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iriE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27. 1918.
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Felp wanted-female
Household and Domestic.
Hr.KTP WH1TK CTRL TO HELP WITH
HOUSEWORK: 3 IV FAMILY. TELE
PHONE WALNUT Hi
, j. LN experienced maid for general bov e-
work where second girl is kept; best of
wages. Mrs. W. 1). Hosford. 52S S 37th
I. St. Telephone Harney t7.
3 HOUSEKEEPER, refined lady between 30
j and 40. wlihiut children, for widower
i with one child. O. E. Clark. Junction
f City. Kan.. ;.re V. P. Depot.
I COMPETENT girt for general housework;
I V no washing; good wages. 115 S. 34th St.
Harney tzi.
' JvOMA.N to take care of young mother and
two weeks old baby; small house, 3 m
family. Phono Tyler 644 days and Wal
nut 8S9 evenings.
COMPETENT girl for general housework;
$10 per week. Mrs. A. W. Carpenter, 117
S. 35th Ave. Telephone Harney 4031.
iV ANTED A cook; no washing; good
.f wages; reference required. Mrs. JOsepn
j Barker, 3607 Jackson. Call H. 27.
I 6lHL for general housework, family ot 3,
I no laundry. Mrs. C. E. Adams, 116 8. 36th
1. St., Omaha. Harney 1134.
tv'ANTEDiddle-aged lady to work for
i her room and board on farm. Mrs. T. W.
? Plyniale Anselmo, Neb.
) WANTED Gooa girl for general house
work. $8 week. 132 N. 38th Ave. Har-
ney 971. Mrs Charles R. Sherman.
CIRL for general housework, small family;
no washing. 116 North 3Sth Ave. Har
ney 2428.
fcXPERIENCED NUKSE Well care for
Invalid in br own home, also nursing.
Web. 2100.
WOMEN to do small family washing at
her home; should live In southwestern part
of city. Call Harney 6167.
WANTED Gl.l for general housework. Tele
phone Harney 1342.
Hotels and Restaurants.
HE Douglas County hospital at 14th and
Poppleton . Ave., wants two dining iccm
girls, white and over 22 years of age: also
white cook. Tel. Harney 653.
IwO women to help in kitchen, one expe
rienced in cooking. Flatiron Cafe, 1720 St.
Mary's Ave,
V.EAT girl to wait on table. Flatiron Cafe,
1729 St. Mary's.
Trade Schools.
tKABN barber trad. 1402 Dodge St.
Miscellaneous.
VaNTED Lady interested in church or
kindergarten work for pleasant employ
ment about two months; excellent Income
for active party. Reference necessary;
state present employment. Address Box
fcT 4(12. Omaha Bee.
VilTTB janitress, evening and morning
work, $32.50 per month. Alfred C. Ken
nedy Co., 205 S. 18th St.
EDUCATIONAL
POYLES tOLLEGE. '
DAY SCHOOL.
NIGHT SCHOOL.
Every Jay Is enrollment day. Book
keeping, shorthand, stenotypy, ty-.ewrit,
Ing, telegraphy, civil service all commer
cial and English branches. Catalogue free.
BOYLES COLLEGE.
.Douglas 1665. 18th and Harney Sts.
Van Sarjt School ot Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Douglas 5880.
LOCUTION lesions, physical culture; read
ers furnished for all occasions; prices
reasonable. Qall Walnut 1472. mornings.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished Rooms.
feEAUTiFULLY furnished large well ven
tilated room in modern home. Suitable
for two Near car. 4123 S. 23d St
South 3994.
6EMI8 PARK On Harney car line, all all
modern south room with private family
for two respectable young ladles. $22.60.
Harney 2266.
BEAUTIFUL south, front room, most con
venlently located, exclusive neighborhood,
new private home. Harney 6160.
SICKLY furnished room, well lighted ana
ventilated! large closet. Suitable for two.
Private. Breanfaat. Red 8573.
RlCfi, sunny room for one or two respecta
ble gentlemen; walking distance. Tyler
2148-W. 904 South 25th Ave.
PLEASANT Trout room with private family;
second door from 24th car, on Pinkney St.
ncueivi jot.
(LARGE sleeping room with or without gar
age, In private home. Suitable for two.
weDsier is..
Webster juia.
gEATJTIFULLT furnished room, twin bed;
gentlemen referred; will serve breakfast.
Harney 639.
5bDERN furnished rooms for men only at
the Sunshine, 608 North 17th St. Reason-
aula itsnv. t
EXrGE modern front room, suitable for
two; also small room, noa.ru ncor. ..
Dodge. ,
fWO furnished rooms In modern home;
breakfast If desired. Phone Walnut 3726.
STEAM-HEATED rooms $2 wk.-, also apts
with kltchenets. Ogden Hotel Co. Bluffs.
PLEASANT suutb. room in a private fam
ily, 131 No. 31st Ave.
Housekeeping Rooms.
MODERN nicely furnished room; beautiful
location; no crtlldren.Harncy bbb.
till KAJl N If Y--V e r y desirable light ote
A tping rooms. Bath floor, 1. 2, or 8--oom.
Board and Room.
ATTENTION ROOM HUNTERSI
If you fail to find the room you
desire among these ads call at The
Bee office for a Room List Give
complete description of vacant rooma In
Ii parts of the city. New HsU issue
very week.
Hotels.
CLAREAIONT INN, 17th and Jackson, tran
sient guests, $1 a day; permanent guests,
f.r week. Douglas 2735.
Unfurnished Rooms.
HEATED ROOMS. CRriGHTON BLOCK
World Realty Co.. Dougla S&42.
Sun Theater B'dg,
TWO unfurnished front rooms iu suite, mod
ern house. Phone narncy
Rooms Wanted.
Wlwi'iihv two Eentlemen. rooms and two
meals in private household, good bath
W facilities, private . perurrou. " '
' pay above average n suucu,
Box 4503 Omaha Jiee.
WANTED Furnished rooms or apartmen t ;
couple without children. Box 4504 Omaha
Bee.
FOR RENT HOUSES
West.
WEST KARNA.M.
3 real good homes, all modern, best of
locations, pleasant surroundings. See these
places before locating.
3819 Farnam $60.00 .
3540 Harney 60.00
301 South 38th 65.00
THE BYRON REED COMPANY,
. Realtors.
Douglas 297. 212 South 17th St.
b'OR RENT S-room modern house, in good
repair. Garage. 4160 Chicago St. $35.
Possession at once. Phone Harney 2291
or South 234.
208 SOUTH 41st St.. hot water plant. . $25.00
3019 Marcy St.; 7 rooms, modern. .$35.00
JOHN N. FRENZER, Douglas 554.
; J X-ROOM 4u5use, modern. Harney 647.
North
4-ROOM and bath, secnd floor, $10. 2639
Seward St. Tel. Red 682.
6-ROOM modern cottage for rent. Call
Webster 671. -
South
f.s'EW. 6-roora house strictly modern; will
lease for year: reference. 27241 Woolworth.
"Miscellaneous.
920 S. 31ST, 6 rooms, $25.00.
616 Park Ave., 7 rooms. $40.00.
ARMSTRONG-WALSH CO.,
Tvler 1536. 333 Securities Bldg.
i-ROOM, all modern house, close in. $46.
JOHN J. MULV1HILL (Realtor),
200 Brandels Theater Bldg. Phone Doug. 16
HOUSES
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITT.
CREIGH SONS ft CO.. BEE BLDG.
Shopen ft Co
Rentals. Douglas 4228.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
Apartments.
FURNISHED or unfurnished throe-room
apartment. CaJ Webster til
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
West.
APARTMENTS.
Two rooms with 3-room accomodations
In the Coronado. lid and Capitol Ave.
I In-door beds, gas stove, refrigerator and
all moden conveniences. Including heat
and janitor service. Eight minutes walk
to 16th and Farnara streets. $33.50 sum
mer. $:19.50 winter.
- BENSON & MYERS CO.. Realtors.
414 Omaha. Nafl Bank Bldg. P. 746.
COLLEGE TERRACE. 1
New apartments, just finished.! with all
the latest features and conveniences fire
proof throughout, $35 and $40. Located
southeast corner 23d and California Sis.,
or call
OSBORNE REALTY CO..
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg., Tyier 498.
MONTEREY E Apartments, 145 N. "4-.ll St.
6 rooms, $55.00.
3 rooms, $35.00.
K4.QKE INVESTMENT CO.
T1ZARD PALACE BLOCK Close in, tew
equal; 3-room apartment; also 4-room
flat. Apply 220 4 N. 23d. Phone Red 4232.
HAMILTON APTS.- -Fireproof. i 24th Far-
r;
nim' furnished or unfurnished D '471.
North.
4 AND 6-ROOM apts. new, modern, first
and second floor, screened porch. $21 to
$30. 18th and Maple. Call Red 682.
4-HOOM apt. near postofflce. Low rent. O.
P. Stebhtns. 1610 Chicago.
Miscellaneous.
PETERS TRUST CO.
Specialists in Apartment management.
FOR RENT Business Pr'p'ty
Stores.
24TH AND CUMING ST. Large store room.
suitable for any kind of business. 14th
and Sprague St., store room, fully equipped
for soft drink place. Cassol Realty Co.,
522 Bee Bldg.
CINE new store room and basemnt at 27th
and Leavenworth 8U. Steam heat. For
nartlculars see Conrad Young. 822 Brae
dela Theater Bldg. .Douglas 1671.
Office and Desk Room.
BUSINESS Mbn demand the best office
location. The Bee Building supplies this
demand. Kevstone Inv. Co.. Tyler 131.
OFFICES. $20 per month and up.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK HUJU,,
FIRST TRUST CO.. Agt. Tyler 500.
WANTED TO RENT
Furnished Apartments and Houses.
WANTED Furnished apartment, married
couple, no children. Furnished apt., modi
ern, 4 or 6 rooms and garage. Will give
reference. Phone Doug. 1563. i
MOVING AND STORAGE
METROPOLITAN VAN STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated Dy central lyurni
ture store; office on Howard St. between
16th and 16th. Phone Tyler 1400. Have
your moving handled Just as yon would
an order for new furniture. That's the way
we do it. Ask to see our dally rental Usui.
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE.
. Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
shipping.
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
80S 8. 16th. Douglas 416S.
FREE FIDELITY
Phone Douglas 288 for complete
list ot vacant bouses and apart
ments. Also tor storage, moving.
16th and Jackson Sta.
Globe Van ancLStorage, Co.
For real service In moving, pa- king and
storing call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338.
Jl"1 T?T?T?T"i Express Co.. Moving,
. Kj. SXEjCjIJ Packing and Storage.
1207 Farnam St Web. 2748. Doug. 6146.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
West.
Brick Semi-Bungalow
Owner Leaving City
6-room semi-bungalow, located near Mili
tary Avenue. 3 rooms on first floor; 2
and bath on second. Will sacrifice for
cash.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COM
PANY, Realtors,
537 Omaha Nat. Kk. BJfg. P. 1781
OWNER offers 8-room, strlotly modern,
frame house, for one or two family, new
hot water plant, electric lights, two la.hs.
Home or income property, good neighbor
. hood. Fine ground. Hlghx school trree
blocks? Retail district 10 blocks. Sacrifice
price $4,300. Cash discount. Address
Box 4326, Bee,
North.
BEMIS PARK HOME
East front on 36th Street near La
fayette Avenue, this Is a good 2 story
6-room modern house, 1st class condition,
having living room, dining room,
kitchen, pantry and Ice box room first
floor, 3 large bedrooms and bath 2d
floor. Paved street and ornamental
lighting system, throughout the district,
price low for quick sale.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Douglas 756.
5-ROOM
BUNGALOW
$2,750 $300 Cash-$25
Per Month
3328 Fowler Ave.
Nice south front lot in good location.
About 2Vi blocks to car line and good
school. All rooms on one floor. Full ce
ment basement with good hot air
furnace. Good buy at this price. Call
Tyler 60 and ask for Mr. Clark.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 HARNEY. PHONE TYLER 50.
Five-Room House $2,250
Located at 5111 Pinkney Sr.
Several Blocks Northwest of
Krug Park.
Has 6 large rooms and bathroom; nearly
new; narrow; oak floors. Owner will sell
on terms $250 down, $20 per month, in
cluding interest. Oo out and look It over
as soon as possible. House is vacant and
ready to move Into at once. '
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler 60.
MILLER PARK BUNGALOW.
Six largo rooms and bath, all on the
one floor; oak finish; dandy sun room
with French doors; bookcases, buffet,
sleeping porch, everything you could de
sire to make one of the cosiest bunga
lows in the city, and It Is only one block
to car; the price Is certainly right, only
$4,000, and can be handled with $1,000
down 'and $25 per month. This sure won't
last.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.'
701 Omaha National Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
$3,750 For nearly new stucco, oak finished
bungalow; fireplace and bookcases; 60x
123, south front lot, paving paid; near
27th and Pratt.
$3,400 fNearly new oak finish byngaiow,
with book cases and beamed ceilings fine
lot, paved street, near 18th and SprBgue.
$3,350 One-year-old bungalow,- oai fin
ish and up-to-date In every way; beauti
fully decorated; fine corner lot, near Miller
Park. Terms always arranged.
RASP BROS., 210 Keeline Bldg. Tylei 721.
SPECIAL BARGAIN.
New Minne Lusa house, oak f.uish.
strictly modern, all bullt-ln- features, 3
rooms down. 3 rooms and tiled bath sec
ond floor; a very fine place for $4,750.
Owner going on a farm: must sell quick.
TEBBENS THE REALTOR,
605 Omaha Nat. Bk. Phone D. 2i2..
OWN YOUR HOME.
$2,200 Five rooms and bath, all modern
except heat; 2 large lots, 60x120 each; all
fenced and kood barn; near 30th and Pink
ney Sts.; $800 down and $16 per month.
A snap for someone.
OSBORNE REALTY CQ.,
701 Omaha National Bank Bldg. Tyler 4S.
A RARE BARGAIN.
$506 cash and $27 monthly will secure
a very choice new 6-room all modern
cottage, 2 blocks from ,car line; this Is
one of the choicest offerings on our list
and must be seen to be appreciated.
MITCHEL INVESTMENT CO..
24th and Ames. Colfax 217.
KOUNTZE PLACE Modern s-room house,
full bssement. large lot. close to car. Price
M.3MI Nnrrts ft Norris. D. 4270
OAK bungalow. 6 rms.. brand new. all mod.,
very attractive. $3,160; only small amount
cash. baL like rent V. 3110.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
North.
$150 CASH
A good 5-room house, with oak floors, J
strietlv modern, may be housht on easy
monthly terms; good neighborhood ; not
far front car. Go out today. Phone
Douglas 36'.'$, days.
5lNNk"Ll'SAhomes and lots ofler the
best opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler l7
South.
' NEW 4-ROOM HOUSE
AND ACRE $200 CASH
And $20 per month buys brand new
house, located at 54th and Spring Sts.;
chicken house and an acre of ground.
Price, $1,7S5. If you expect to raise
chickens and have a garden this spring,
don't fail to see this property.
THE BYRON REED CO.,
(REALTORS)
Douglas 297. Est, lsr.7. 213 S. 17th St.
AUREAL HOME.
$6.500 Field club bungalow; beautiful 7
room, all brick and stucco bungalow; run
room, sleeping porch, big living room with
fireplace, bookcases, etc.; finished in oak.
birch and white enamel throughout. This
ii one of the best we have ever had
on our list.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Om. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
REAL BARGAIN $950.
3-room house, maple floor, oak ni.lsh,
full cemented bRsement, cement wa'ks.
city water, electric light, one an 01 e
nalf blocks from 24th and A St.. or 24th
street car line. S. O. Norquht. 322
Neville Block.
CLASSY 8-r. mod. house, on one floor, nice
yard, splendid neighborhood, 1 block west
of Hanscom Park; $3,000. F. D. Wead,
$10 S. lath St.
MAKE A Nl5lSEnikearbuyVr;'lo"r20th"and
Vinton; double frontage. Owner here from
California for a few days. Boi 4219,
Omaha Bee.
$2,250 Five-room house, modern except heat
and electric light. 1911 S. 13th 8t. Easy
terms. Grlmmel, Th. D. 1615.
FOR SALM 5-runin cottage and garage,
4037 S. St. Would take light car In
part payment. Phone South 963.
10-ROOM house In Hanscom park district;
nice home for big family. Call Tyler 2123.
1314 S. 26th street.
Miscellaneous
BUNdALOW.
New, 6-room stucco; oak finish; nicely
decorated: fine location: near car line.
Price, $4,000. Terms, $600 cash, balance
monthly.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
643 Paxton Blk.
W. FARNAM SMITH Sc CO..
Real Estate and Insurance.
1329 Farnam St Doug. 1064.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
North.
GARDEN LOTS
$1D0WN $1 PER WEEK
ELMWOOD GARDENS
ADJOINING ELMWOOD
PARK
V o will call for you and take you out
Lots $195 and up. . f
PAYNE & SLATER CO.,
Realtors
616 Omaha Nat'l Bank.
Doug. lOlf.
VACANT NORTH,
Have 6 full lots on Pinkney. street,
south front, at 26th Ave., among beautiful
new homes. Priced to sell, can give terms.
TRAVER BROS. CO.,
Douglas 6886. 819 First Nat. Bk. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your home or businesa
property and pay rash.
H. A. WOLF CO..
EJectrlc Bldg Tyler S
BUSINESS properties and investments!
A. P. TUKEY and SON,
620 First National Bank Bldg.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO..
Income, Business and Trackage Specialist.
15tb and Dodge Sts. Douglas 415.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Benson.
8 Acres Northwest of Benson
Within 1 mile of West Benson. Auto
bus line; beautiful, rich, high ground.
Price $500 bii acre.
HASTINGS HEYDEN. 1614 Harney. ,
9-ROOM modern house, fine 50-fooF"lots and
an abundance of fruit of all kinds. V111
make terms. Must sell. Call Douglas 2286
days, Benson 234 evenings
Dundee.
DUNDEE
A very attractive 7-rm., strictly mod
ern home on Chicago St., near fi0(h St.
Living room, dining room, sun room and
kitchen 1st floor; 3 large bedrooms, baft
and Bleeping room second floor. Oak
throughout. Corner lot. Garage for 2
cars. Trlre $6,000.
J. L. HIATT CO.,
OfiA FIRST NAT'L.
PHONE ?n
TYLER WO
BK. BLDG.
.DUNDEE-$5,000
6-room modern home, practically new,
on a corner lot, with regulation living
room arrangement on the first floor; three
bedrooms and bath second floor; floored
attic; garage.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962. 1 019-20 City Nat. Bk.
Acreage.
FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW
CORNER ACRE $2,950
$300 Down $28.50 Month
Just listed, 6 rooms, furnace, electric
lights, cemer.tcd basement, practically
new. The ground is only one block from
paved road and transportation. Lays
practically level. Very fine soil. Immed
iato possession. Call Walnut 3672 this
evening and ask for Mr. Manvllle, during
day at Tyler 60.
5 Acres Improved
Located Northwest of
Benson '
About S acres rich level garden land
balance pasture, has running water. Large
shadie trees; new 4-room house, ground
plowed and ready for planting. Price,
$2,960; $300 cash, balance easy terms.
HASTINGS HEYDEN, 11514 Hrfrnej
r , DHL' .nhtirhaii traot of vrniinrl niitaM
city limits, near carllne. Ideal place to
. . ,. j n.ui. ... - ea
raise pouiiry or bbiubu. xuw i uu-ai.
frontage for $510; will sell on easy terms.
Telephone walnut 8465
FOR RENT 20 . acres fruit and garden
truck near it lorence. inquire z.iuo . z.su bi.
REAL ESTATE Investment
APARTMENT
HOUSE '
"x BARGAIN
Owner of one of the best built close-In
apartments, who has recently moved to
California, has listed with us for sale, a
16-apartment building located near 24th
and Farnam Streets, at the very low price
of $65,000.
INCOME, $9,000 PER YEAR.
The ground value alone Is worth be
tween ' $18,000 and $20,000. The building
today would cost more than the owner is
asking for the building and ground.
Terms can be arranged.
See us about it at once.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 HARNEY ST.
SALE this week; modern 2-apartmen . brick
flat. 24th and Howard: rental, $7,80, j rice
$7,500; $3,000 cash. Walnut 2007.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
10 FIXE ACRES
7-room heme, barn, f.ir.ik-e. mod., ehl.
house, 165 full-Mood chickens (Gets 10
eggs day average). Horse, cow, farm
ing" tools, train, hay in mow, grapes,
fruit of ail k.mls, $10, 0H0 all clear. Will
take as part payment a $3,500 -cleur
home in city, terms on balance. Call Mr.
Browne.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO..
s 13-1 4 City Nat. Doug. ISlt.
f 1 0 Ai'UKS gjod grazing laud central Ne
braska. Price $S an acre. Clear. Want
Omaha property. Corkln, 41-09 Capitol
Ave.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT STOCKkl) RANCH OR
FARM. '
Widow has 6 five-room houses, one, 7
room, modern bouse, one S-room modern
liouso and 2 modern siore ImlldlnKS;-all
well rented, on paved streets, close to
car lines In Omaha; also $20,000 first
mortgages; prices are nuht and property
in first class condition.
S. S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
213 City National Bank Building.
WK HAVE soveral good reliable buyers for
6 and 6-room houses and bungalows with
$300 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co. Tyler 496. 701 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg.
FINANCIAL
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
WIS want 100 mortgages on Omaha resi
dences; funds on hand for Quick closing.
E. H. LOUGEE. INC.,
53X-40 Keeline Bldg
5
bUltM LOANS. CI t"
Paul petkhson, , J
3fi4 BRANDE1S THEATER BLDG.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. II. Thomas & Son. Keeline Bldg.
1L W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgsge loans.
City National Bank Bldjr
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha NntBnkBld. DTJ!y-
LOW RATES C, G. CARLRERG, 312 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 68
K A. MONEY Kl cr
0 ' O H ARRISON & MORTON. " O
919 Omaha Nat. Bit. Bldg.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6. and Per Cent.
J. H. DUMONT Co., Keeline Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Sts.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co., Omaha.
Private Money.
SHOPEN ft COMPANY. Douglas 4228.
Miscellaneous.
WILL furnish acreage In the trend of de
velopment' to responsible parties to syndi
cate. Name the locality In which you de-
! sire acreage. Largest individual oil and
gas lease holders In this vicinity. Heard
& Jackson, 410 Itoyt Bldg.. Wichita, Kan.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Arkansas Lands.
APRIL 2ND.
Our next excursion to McGehee, Ark.
W. S. FRANK. 201 NEVILLE BLK.
Colorado Lands.
LO WFARE ROUND'TRIP
Homeseekers' excursion to Colorado
points every first an4 third Tues
days. Write for free farm booklet and
special land-seekers rates for parties of
five or more. Immediate possession and
eight years' time on our lands at 6 pel
cent.
THE TWIN LAKES LAND AND
WATER COMPANY.
3 First Nat'l Bldg. Omsha.
Iowa Lands.
640-ACRE improved farm, $100 acre. J Easy
terms. O, P. Htehblns, 1610ChlcagA. .
Missouri Lands.
GREAT BARGAINS.
$5 down, $5 monthly buys 40 acres
good fruit and poultry land, near town,
southern Missouri. 1 Ptice only $220. Ad
dress Box 'JSL', Springfield, Mo.
Nebraska Lands.
FARM FOR SALE.
240 acres less the right of way. 70 acres
Wood River land, balance rolling. 320
aops in cultivation, 30 acres alfalla. Im
proved, 2 miles from good railroad town
and 19 miles from Kearney. Price $57.60
per acre, $3,000 rash, balance 5 years at
6 per cent.
OK. DA VI EH,
Kearnt-y, Nnb.
58 ACRES Irrigated land, Lincoln county,
6ty miles from llershey, rich Platte valley
land, i! II under the ditch; , S-room house,
barn, etc.; S acres of alfalfa. A bargain
at $3,000. One-half cash. Immediate
possession. White & Hoover. 454 Omaha
National Bank Bldg.
$3 WHEAT Macaroni wheat makes 30 to
40 bushels per acre; have 400 acres first
class wheat, corn, alfalfa land, eastern
Nebraska, $135 per acre. All or part. Good
terms. Owner, Box 4560, naha Bee.
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARE SURE
INVESTMENTS. For best lands at best
prices write Geo, Antlll, Blair, Neb.
WRITE me for pictures and prices my farms
and ranches in good Old Dawes County.
Arah L. Hungerford, Crawford. Neb.
KANCHE3 of all sizes and kinds, eaaj
terms A. A. Patsman. S01 Karbach Blk.
(TfoTcirFXRMSTNTI
Oregon Lands.
NEW Jordan Valley Project Heap ofThs
range. Get on th ground floor with 80
acre Irrigated land in connection with
open range. You en grow stock success
fully and cheaply. Personally conducted
excursion every tn- weeks, fiend for bul
letin. Harley J. Hooker, 940 1st National
Bank Bldg.
Wisconsin Lands.
OWN a farm. We have some of the cholcesl
land In the heart of the vry best sec
tion of the Clover Belt of Central Wis
consin. Low prices. Easy terms. Writ
for booklet and map. John S. Owen
Lumber Co., Owen, Clark County, Wis.
Wyoming Lands.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 per a.,
including paid-up water rights. Henry
Levi A C. M. Rylander. 854 Omaha Nat'l.
FARM LAND WANTED
FrMS WANTED.
Don't list your farm with us If you
want to keep It.
E. P. SNOWDEN St SON.
428 S. 16th. -Douglas 9371.
WANTED 20.000 acres of Kimball and
Banner county land. Must be first-class
farm land Improved or unimproved. Ad
dress Box Y 4ti7, Omaha Bee.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
$406 mo.. 11. goods, total, $3.60.
8maller, larger am'ta proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
432 Securities Bldgltith. Farnam.Ty.S6.
LOAN3TDIAMOND3 AND JEWELRY
I cr SMALLER LOANS. 0 0
J- 10 w. C. KLATA1T. EST. 1892. 10
8TH FLR SECURITIES BLDG. T 950.'
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest ratos. Private loan booths. Harry
Malashock. 1.'14 Dodge. D. 6019. EsL 1891.
Horses Live Stock Vehicle!
We will haul your live stock.
LIVE STOCK TRANSFER CO..
2209 Farnam St. Telephone 35ouglas 2B0K.
For Sale.
NOTICE to farmers and city buyers Now
you will have a chance to buy mot any
kind of a horse you want Am closing
out the entire outfit of horses and mures,
from 6 to 10 years old, weighing .torn
1.200 to 1,700 pounds. Also coal we dons,
dump wagons, harnes8, coal shoots wheel
barrels, office fixtures, scales, cash
register, safe, barn, utensils, als', two
spans of mules to settle a partnership
denl. Call at office, 2612 Leavenwo-ih St.
AUCTION sale Saturday, March 30. at 1 p.
m., Ralston, Neb., 60 head of Holsteln and
Jersey rows, helftrs and bulls. All are
from Wisconsin. Williams end Davis.
18 FINE pigs weighing fro 75 to 100 lbs..
In exrellent condition. PhonfttS. 2119.
NOTICE As I am not able to work my
place this spring I will sell at a very low
price, black team mares and gelding about
7 years old, 2,800 lbs., $305. Team mares
will have colts at last of June, $195. Mrs.
Starko, 2070 Farnnm.
"OLD TRL'STY" Incubators and brooders
I shipped rrompt4y Big catalog free. M.
1 M. Johnson Co., MIrs., Clay Center, Neb.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Cattle Sell Stronger; Hog Mar
ket 10 to 20 Cents Higher;
Sheep Show Good
Gain.
Omaha. March :'ti, IMS.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs Sheep.
Official Monday. .
Estimate Tuesday
,..10.m 15.MM 11.92
. . 8.000 15.000 10,000
Two days this week. .1R.S91
30,824 21.981
Same days last week. . 17.S9S :'9.620 24.9f8
Same days 3 wks ago.l4.0i8 31.919 27,130
Same days 3 wks. ago. 20,353 2.1,914 32.536
Same days 4 wks. ago. 17.567 41.957 15,121
Same days last ear. . . 20.S67 SS.S'. 27.477
Receipts and disposition of live stork at j
the Tnlon stock yards, Omaha, for 24 hours ;
ending at 3 o'clock p. ni.. yesterday;
RECEIPTS CARLOADS.
C , M. & St. P 17 14 . . . .
Wabash 2 I
Missouri Pacific ..3 ti 3 1
Vnlon Pacific 7 4 .1 2'.'
f. & N. W., east. . 14 4 1
('. N. W.. west. . 3S 7 9
t' St. P., M. &- O. . s:, JO . - . . j
i. H. & Q., east. .30 1
('.. It. & Q.. west. . H7 i 11 1
c. R. 1. & P., east 4t
i' . R. 1. & P., west
Illinois Central S 6
I Chi. Great West... 9 3
I Total receipts . 333 3I 4S 3
DISPOSITION HEAD.
. Cattle.
Morris & Co 9l'3
Swift & Co...;K LIS"
Cudahy Packing Co.. 1.78b
Armour St Co 1.477
Schwartr & Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co.. 157
S. O. Packing Co 14
Wilson Pkg. Co Dili
Kohr Co
Huntslnger & O .
Ronton, Vansant & L. IS
F. B. Lewis S44
J. B. Root & Co 30
J. II. Bulla 4.1
Rosenstork Bros h5
F. G. Kellogg f.9
Werthelmer & Degen 2S7
Sullvan Bros n
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co. . 211
Biggins 4
Huffman ?9
Roth 43
Meyers 13
Baker, Jones & S.... 39
Banner Bros N;l
John Harvey 404
Dennis A Lunaren .. liil
Ellis A Co.... I 41
Pat O'Day 29
Other buyers .1,152
I loss.
Sheep.
(jb5
i.r.45
:.:
1,793
2.U7
i.;.4
3.49K
'.'.195
9 Oil
3.931
3,908
Totals f,94S 14,971 9.971
Cattle Receipts of cattle were fatr for
a Tuesday, about 8,000 head, and the two
days' supply, 18,400 headj has been about
I, 000 heavies' than for last Monday and Tues
day. The market opened out fairly active
which prices steady to perhaps stronger than
on Monday all around. Choice beeves sold
at $13.00(ff 13.i0, and bulk of the fair to
good 900 to 1,130-pound steers went at $12.00
B112.7B. Cows and hellers were In good re
quest at steady to a little stronger figures,
and there was more life and a better tons
to the market on stock cattle and feeding
steers.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves. $13.85013.60; fair to good beeves,
$11.76013.75; common to fair beeves, $9.60
W11.60: good to choice yearlings, $11.60
12.60; fair to good yearlings, $10.0011.00;
common to fair yearlings, $8.609.t0; good
to choice grass beeves, $11.(!32.00; fair
to) good grass beeves, $ 60 4M1 oO; common
to fatr grass beeves, $g.00b9.00; good to
choice heifers, $9.60011.00; gcod to choice
cows, $9.601 60; fair to good cows, $8.50
9.60; common to fair cows, $.7.00 8.00;
prime feeders, $11.0012.25; geod to choice
feeders, $10.0011.00; fair to good feeders,
$9.00tJlO.OO; common to fair feeders, $11.60
Sf'8.00; good to choice storkers, $9,500
II. 00; stock heifers, $8. 0010. 00; stock
cows. $7.009.50; stock calves, $8.00310.60;
veal calves, $9 0013.00; bulls, stags, etc.,
$7.604f 10.00.
BEEF STEERS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av Pr.
11 422 $8 50 ' 600 $9 26
8 ti30 9 60 8 612 9 90
20 741 10 Of) 1" 624 10 60
T 694 10 05 6 886 11 00
28 820 1 1 If, 18 972 11 26
9 919 11 60 32, SOS 11 66
9 814 11 75 20 1031 il 85
12. 882 12 10 21 1024 12 26
12. 1040 12 30 A 1240 12 35
10 970 12 40 1 4 1134 12 60
16 09 12 00 12 994 12 66
10 1183 12 75 30 1280 18 110
21 1371 13 16 21 1272 13 20
70 1462 13 60 4 1497 13 65
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
9 836 7 75 II 368 65
11 341 9 60 10 743 9 75
39 626 10 00 3 646 10 26
8 719 10 60 9 6s7 10 35
13 709 11 10 3 ... 743 11 26
4 757 11 60 17 771 12 00
21 852 12 75
HlilFERP.
3 473 7 00 2 466 8 00
13 637 8 25 19 694 8 66
9 791 9 76 1 1120 10 00
1 810 10 25 1 1010 10 60
3 1000 10 70 1 1270 11 26
17 676 11 35 11 869!ll 40
COWS.
10 91 5 7 66 13 919 II 15
10 852 8 25 11 990 8 60
14 830 8 80 2 1076 9 00
1 1 994 9 26 3 1093 9 50
13 984 9 75 3 1126 9 90
ill. 998 10 00 7 981 10 25
20 972 10 40 22 1150 10 70
1 1570 11 25
BULLS.
1 ...1000 9 60 1 1090 9 60
1 1670 9 00 1 .; 1760 .9 25
1 1240 9 40 1....... 980 ' 60
1 1800 9 76 1 ;.1820 9 85
1 1880 10 00 1 1840 10 20
CALVES.
1 200 I 00 IS 336 8 60
13 443 9 00 7 271 9 25
6 666 11 00 3 190 12 00
2 ' 195 12 50 1 100 12 76
3 116 13 00
STOCKER8 AND FEEDERS.
16 683 9 90 12....... 627 9 75
29 839 10 60
Hogs Trade opened this morning with
514 'cars, or 16,000 head, on sale, a fair run
for a Tuesday, and the market gained
strength as the morning advanced. Ship
pers were active buyers on the early market
and paid as high as $17.20 for best light
weight hogs. General market was quoted
at 10 and 20 cents higher than yesterday's
average, the bulk of the sales being made
from $16.60 to $17.00. Lightweight and
light butchor hogs sold from $16.85 to
$17.15, with heavy packing and mixed kinds
from 116.60 to $16.75. Heavy hogs were
considered good sellers on today's trade and
sales were made In many cases as much as
20 cents over yesterday, i
Quotations on sheep and lambs:: Lambs,
good to rholce, $17.75i818.76; lambs, fair
to good, $17.26017.76; lambs, heavy, $16 76
f17.40; lambs, feeders, $16.5017. 40; lambs,
shorn, $13.001014.75; lambs, culls, $12.00')
16.00; yearlings, $16, OO'ir 16.50 ; wethers, fair
to choice, $!3.25i'14.76; ewes, fair to
rholce, $12.00iiFl4.25; ewes, breeders, all
ages, I12.00&18.75; ewes, culls and canners,
$.00ifi 10.00.
Representative sales:
No. Av. Pr.
95 Colorado lambs 85 .18 36
238 Colorado lambs 81 IK 35
244 Colorado lambs 80 18 35
212 Colorado lambs 80 18 35
215 Colorado liiinbs 82 18 35
154 shorn lambs 120 13 70
154 shorn lambs 120 13 70
18 shorn lambs 112 12 00
218 fed ewes 94 14 16
203 fed ewes 95 14 16
75shorn lambs 127 13 60
617 Mexican lambs 81 18 60
1200 Nebraska shearing lambs... 90 17 60
Sheep The market was active this morn
ing and strong to 10 and IS cents higher.
Best Mexican lambs sold at $18.60, which is
10 cents higher than yesterday. Shearer
lambs brought $17.40 to $18.00, the latter
price being the top. Mexican ewes weighing
104 pounds brought $14.25, 10 cents higher
than Monday. The tendency Is for a 1J and
16-cent advance on the best quality stuff.
There were several cars of shorn lambs on
sale, but none were disposed of early.
Sioux City Live Ntoek.
Sioux City, la., March 26. Receipts, 3,000
hend; market steady; beef steers, $10,50
14.00; fat cows snd heifers, $8.6011.50;
canners, $7. 00!. 25; stockers and feeders,
$9.5012.00; calves. $8.00012.60; bulls,
stags, $7.75010.60; feeding cows and heif
ers, $7.259.75.
Hogs Receipts, 12,000 head; market 16c
to 25c higher; light, $16.75017.05; mixed,
$16.60(216.86; heavy. $16. 2616. 60; pigs,
$15.00016.00; bulk of sales, Il6.60lfril6.90.
Sheep and Lambs Reeclpts, 1,600 head;
market steady.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
WHITE leghorn hatching egg from very
good layers. One single comb cockerel.
Florence 642.
EGGS S. L. Wyandotte, $2.50 per setting.
II. W. Sarger, 2417 Maple. Phone Web.
3055.
2704 N. 60TH AVE. 3 single comb white
leghorn cockerels. Price $1.60. Benson
766-W.
BUFF ORPINGTON eggsr $1 setting. Fancy
stock. Red 6300.
OMAHA CASH GRAIN
PRICES TODAY
Early sales of cash grain on the
Omaha Grain exchange were ma at
$1.30 to $1.70, and 1 to 3 cents over
the prices of Monday. Receipt were
140 carloads.
Oats were a cent, up, selling ac
to 89 cents a bushel. Receipts were
51 carloads.
Wheat receipts were two ca.!otas.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Cash Com Practically Un
changed; Choice White Sells
' 2 to 5 Cents Up; Oats
Strong; Barley -Tirm.
Omahs, March 26. 1918.
Anils of grain in this market today
totaled 200 iois, with I cars of wheat, 140
cars of corn, 61 cats of oats, 2 cars of rye
and 6 cars of barley.
Cash corn prices showed very little change,
(be bulk of the offerings briullng about
yesterday's figures. A few cars, however,
of good white corn went at an advance of
2o to Pc. Trading was rather slow, al
though the demand was good, but sellers
generally as.ked more thsn buyers were In
clined to pay.
The range of prices In the different grades
were: No. 3 white, $l.74t.7S; No. 4
white, $1 .674T1 .72: No. 6 white, $1,454)1.10;
No. 3 yellow, $ l.5f 1.67; No. 4 yellow, $1.65
(fl.90; No. 5 yellow, $1.43; No. 4 mixed. $1.46
ifi'1.47: No. 5 mixed. $1.409 1.46.
Oats wenttstrong, all grades being quoted
a cent l.igher. The Inquiry for this cereal
was quite active and prartlcsllv all of those
offered found a buyer. No. 3 white sold
at 89 V. and standard oats at 89 it 89 He.
No. 3 white brought 89r and No. 4 white,
88 41(1 IK c. Sample grade oats went at 88c.
Rye waa quiet, no sales being reported at
a late hour, while barley was about un
changed. No. 3 barley brought $1.77 and
two cars of sample hurley sold st $1,67 0
1,50, respectively, the former containing a
considerable percentage of rye and the latter
a light mixture ot spelts. s
Clearances were: Wheat and flour eqiml
to 86,000 bushels; corn, none; oats, 176,000
bushels. j
Primary wheat receipts were 269,000
bushels, and shipments 149.000 bushels,
sgalnst receipts of 988,000 bushels, and ship
ments of 710,000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 1,460,000
bushels, and shipments 936.000 bushels,
against receipts of 77,000 bushels, and ship,
men Is of 482.000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1.349,000
bushels, and shipments 1,118,000 bushels,
against receipts of 966,001) bushels, and ship
ments of 768.300 bushels last year.
CARLOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 66 398 its
Minneapolis Ill
lmiuth II ... ' ...
Omaha 3 140 61
Kansas City 24 98 2T
St. Louis , 26 140 99
Winnipeg' 743 1
These sales were ireported today:
Torn No. 3 white: 1 car, $1.78; S cars,
$1.77; 2 cars, $1.76; 2 cars, $1.75; 1 csr. $1.74.
No. 4 white: 1 car. $1.72:, 1 car, $1.70; 10
cars. $1.68; 1 car, $1.87. No. 5 white: 1 car,
$1.60; 1 car, $1.67; 1 csr, $1.55; 1 car, $1.46.
No. 6 white: 1 car, $1.56; 1 car, $1.60. No. 3
yellow: 1 car, $1.87; 1 ear, $1 66. No. 4 ye.
low: 1 car, $1.60; 1 car, $1.69; 3 cars, $1.58;
6 cars, $157: 1 car, $1.55. No. 6 yellow: 1
ear, $1.45. No. 6 yellow: t oar, $1.88; 1 car,
$1.30. Sample yellow. 1 car, $1.40; 1 car,
$1.20; 1 car, 86c. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, $1.47; !
ears, $1.46; 6 cars, $1.45, No. 6 mixed: 1 oar,
$1.63; 3 cars. $1.40; 3 cars, $1.41; 3 cars,
$1.40. No. 6 mixed: 1 car, $1.40. Sample
mixed: 3-5 car, $1.25. i
Oats No. 2 white; 2 csrs, 80'4.e. Stand
ard: 7 -ears, 89 ';c; 1 car, 89e. No. 3 white;
9 cars, 89c. No. 4 white: 1 cur, 88fcc; 4
cars, 88Hc. Sample white: 6 rars, 98c. No. $
mixed: 1 ear, 88c; 1 ear (barloy mixed),
87 'mC Oats, wheat and barley: 1 car, 69c.
Barley No. I: 1 car, $1.77. Hutnpla: 1
car (rye mixed), $1.67; 1 car (spelts mixed),
$1.60.
Wheat No. 3 hard winter: 1' car, $2.11.
No. 2 northern spring: 1 car, $2.12. No. 3
northern spring; 1 car (smutty), $2.07.
, OMAHA CASH PRICES.
Corn No. 3 white. $1.76W1.78; No. 4
white, $1.6701.73; No. 6 white, $1.45L60;
No. 6 white, $1.60;M.66; No. S yellow, $1.66
fp 1.67: No. 4 yellow, II. 5601.90 No. 6 yel
low, ll.431.45; No. 6 yellow, 11.30491. 18;
sample yellow, 85r C 1 1 . 40 : No. 4 mixed $1,45
6(1.47; No. b mixed, $1,404(11.53: No. 6
mixed, $1.40; sample mixed, $1.25.
Oats No. 2 while, 89Vi; standard, 89f
89tie; No. 3 white, 89c; No. 4 white, 88
SH, e; sample, 88 89c.
Hurley No. 8. $1.77.
Rye No sales.
Chicago closing prices furnished The Bee
by Logan Bryan, stork and grain brokers,
3IS South Sixteenth street, Omaha:
Art. Open. Hl'ghTTLow. Close. Yet.
Corn. I
Mar. 1 2784 1 2784 1274 1 2784''7K
May 1 25-4 i 1 26M 12544 1 25I126
Oats.
Mar. 91 91 904i 91 10
May 85tt86 SOtH 86, 86H 06
Pork.
May 49 00 49 00 48 80 48 90 48 10
Lard. ,
Mav IA 32H 26 32V 28 25 16 !7V 26 25
July. I 26 27H 26 27 Vi 26 20 26 25 21 20
Ribs. 1
Mav 25 00 J5 021, 24 92 25 00 24 97
July 26 00 25 37 26 30 25 87Vi2S 90
New ,1'ork General Market.
New York, . March ,26. Flour Steady;
springs. $10.7lTfi11.26: winters, 110.86
11.15; Kansas, $U.90fl 11.26.
Corn Spot, steady; kiln dried No. S yel
low; $2.0084; No. 4 yellow, $l.844; No. 5
white, $2.2oi. c. I. f , New York, prompt
shipment; Argentine, $2.40, f. p. b, cars.
Oats Spot, firm; antursl, $1.07 V4
1.08V4.
Hay Btesdy; No. 1, $1.60; No. 2, $1.26
1.35: No. 3, $t.lSfrl 2, shipping, $1,600
1.10.
Hops Easy; state medium to choice, 1917,
364'c; 1916, mini I mil; Pacific coast, 1917,
2023r; 1916.. 14016c.
Hides, Qult; Bogols, 30 033c; Central
America, 29 0 32c.
Leather Firm; hemlock sole overweight
No. 1, 4 8t; No. 2, 46c.
Provisions Pork, barely steady; mess,
$52.50fli53.0O; family, $55.00; short clear,
$53 00056.00. Lard, quiet; middle west,
$26.70026.80.
Tallow Kteady-domestlc fleece, X7f. Ohio
and Pennsylvania unwashed, 66066c.
Rlce Strong; fancy head;, 914 0Hc;
blue rose, 8H08?4o.
Eggs Market Irregular; receipts, 49,379
rases; fresh gathered extras, 399 04Oc; ex.
tra firsts, 37 ',4 038 r; firsts, 36 037c; sec
onds, 36 V4 0.36c.
Cheese-e-Mnrket Irregular; receipts, 1,610
boxes; state held specirils, 34V4025c; aver-
ago run. 24c.
Poultry Alive, market strong; prices, un
changed. Dressed, quiet; prides unchanged
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City, Mo., March 26. Butter snd
Poultry Market unchanged.
Ekks FlrstB, 32c.
84. Louis Live Ntoek.
St. Louis, March 20. Cattle Receipts. 5,
800 head; market stesdy; native beef steers,
ts 01119 1 3. Mi; yearling steers and heifers,
$7.00013.60; cows, 16.00 ) 11. B0 ; stockers and
feeders, $7.60011 25: fair to prime southern
beef steers, $9.00012.60; beef cows and
heifers, $8.001810.00; southern yearling steers
and heifers, $7.50010.00; native calves, $7.75
0,15.50. t
Hogs Receipts. 16.400 head; market
higher; lights, $17.6517.85; pigs. 114.500
17.60; mixed and butchers, $17.40fS17.80;
(?ood heavy, $17.0017.40; bulk, $17.16
17,70.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 300 head;
market steady: lambs, $14 00ifrl8.26; ewes,
$12.5nfi 13.00; wethers, $13.00014.00; can
ners and choppers, $6 5009.50.
Kansas City l ive Stork.
Kansas City. Marih 28. Cattle Receipts,
7.000 head: market higher; prime fed steers,
$13.00014 00; dressed beef steers, $10,000
13 76; western steers, $10.60013.33; cows,
$7.60011.25; heifers. $7.76012.00; stockers
and feeders, $8.00012.75; bulls, $7.60010.00
calves. $750013.60.
Hogs Receipts, 10,000 head; market
higher: bulk, 16.66ffl)17.25: heavy, 116.65
17.00; packer and butchers, $16,90017.20;
light. $17.00017.30; pigs, $13.50017.00.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 9,000 head"
market higher; lambs, $18.00018.60; year
lings, $14.50016.00; wethers, $13.00015.50
ewes, $13.00014.25. 1
Chicago Uve Stock.
Chicago, March 26. Cattle Receipts. 14.
000 head; tomorrow 9,000 head; market
strong; native steers, $9.50014.60: stockers
and feeders, $7.76011.60; cows and heifers,
$6.76011.80; calves, $10.60016.00.
Hogs Receipts, 35,000 head; tomorrow,
32,000 head; market steady, at yesterday's
aversge; bulk. $17.90017.65; light, $17.05
17.76; mixed, $16.75017.70; heavy, H6.OO1W
17.35; rough, $16.00016.40; pigs. $12,750
16.60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 10,000 head;
tomorrow, 16,00!) head; market strong.
Sheop. $11.1O015.5Q; lambs, $14.60018.90.
NEW YORK STOCKS'
Liberty Bonds Overshadow All
Other Stocks, With Hug
Transactions; Thousands
Change Hands.
New York, March 26. Dealings In stock
today were completely eclipsed by the huge
transactions in Liberty bonds, which,
reached record-breaking proportion.
The demand concentrated In the second
4s, that Issue changing hands In almost
continuous lots, ranging from several thou
sand dollars to one block ot $1,700,000 at
97.50.
Quotations for the second 4s were mainly
on an advancing scale from 97.24 to 97.94,
a maximum gain of .94. First 4s sold at
97.20 to 97.70, a maximum gain of .78, and
the 3V4S were quoted at 98.40 to 99.00, a
gain of .80. Total sales off Liberty bond!
(par value), approximated 126,000,000, the
second 4a contributing over 123,000,000.
Extraordinary absorption of Liberty loam
was , naturally ascribed to publication o!
the third issue. Not only waa a much larger
offering expected, but the 4V4 per cent In
terest rate also occasioned surprise.
Other feature! of the prospective loan si
yet undetermined entered into the calcu
lation of banking and investment inter
ests; with resultant advantage to the ex
isting Issues. '
Stocks were occasionally stimulated by
the strength of bonds, but dealings were
light and tentative, traders evincing little
disposition to buy or sell pending definite
news from sbroad,
Investment rails, industrials and solus
seasoned specialties were variably higher
at times, but prtroa In general eased ai
their rloss on reports-that the steel ached
ule of the war board might prove dlsap- '
pointing. Sales of stocks amounted to 335,
000 shares,
The general bond list wa firm on heavy
dealings. Sales (par value) amounted to
I1.2PO.000.
1'nlted States bond, old Issue, were un
changed on call.
Number of kales and rang of price of
the leading futures: 'Closing
Sales, High. Low. Bid.
Amer. Beet Sugar. 300 76 76S 75
American Cart .. 3,909 40 ti 3944 40
Amer. C. F 6.300 764 H 75'
Amer. Locomotive. 3,600 t 61 61 14 '
Amer. 8. & R. . , . 1.100 77 768, 76
Amer. Sugar Ref . . 400 101H 101 H 101 44
Amer. T. St T 6.600 lOlt, 99 100
Anaconda Copper.. 5.100 6284 61 624,
Atchison 800 82 824 12
A O. 4 W. I, S. L. 1,700 107 106H 106
Bal ft Ohio 1,700 52 V, 61 62
Butte Sup. Cop 19
Cal. Petroleum ... 200 15 1l 16
Canadian Paclflo.. 5,300 39 1 137 138,
Central Leather... 1.700 64i 634 63 ''
Ches. St Ohio 3,900 66A 55t, 5661
C, M. A St. P... 1.200 41 14 41 404
Chi. N. W 200 90 90 90
C. R. I. ft T. ctfs. 400 19 1914 19r ,
Chlno Copper 200 0 40 40
Colo. Fuel A Iron J7
Corn Products Ref, 13,700 96t 36 3614
Crurlble Steel 12,400 63 61 62
Cuba Cane Sugar.. 4 29 28 28 V4,..
Distillers' Sec 1,900 40 39 39
Erie 00 1I14 4 5 15
General Electrlo.. 800 1864 139 1364
General Motor .. 1,100 117 1116 115W
Or. No. pfd 200 88 88 88
Gt. No. Ore ctfs.. 2,600 16 !6 16
Illinois Central 94
Inspiration Copper. 1,100 46 43 44
Irtt. M. M. pfd.;.. 40,800 93 90 2U'
International Nickel 1,400 27 27 27
International Paper. 300 30 29 30
K. C. Southern .:, 800 16 15 16
Kennecott Copper.. 1,600 80 30 80
Louis. & Nashville 113
Maawrll Motors 26'
Mexli'Hh Petroleum. 9,800 93 91 92 'x
Miami Copper 200 30 80 30
Missouri Paclflo .. 1,100 31 21 !..
Montana Power 66
Nevada Copper 19 9
New York Central. 1,800 69 69 69, .
N. Y., N. H. & II . 200 S4 27 374
Norfolk St Western 8011 103 103 103
Northern Pnclflc... 300 84 94 84
Psclflfl Malt 2714. .
Pennsylvania ..... 600 44 44 44't
Pittsburgh Coal 44
Ray Cons. Copper. 1,400 22 J2 22 f
Reading 37,800 81 79 0
Republic I. H 8.,. 4,100 76 77 77';
Southern Pacific . . 2,200 83' 83 i
Southern Railway. 1.000 22 t!2 22'j
Studebaker Corp... 11,700 46 43 43'4
Texas Co 1,500 145 143 143.
Union Pacific 3.300 119 117 119
II. S. Ind. Alcohol. 7,700 123 122 122 '
IT. S. tSeel 31,600 89 88 88'4
V. S. Steel pfd 109
Utah Copper 400 78 77 78
Wabash pfd "B" 22
Western Union 200 94 94 95 1
Weslliighousa Elec. 1,600 40 0 40
, Total sales for the day, 385,000 shares.
New York Money.
New York, March 26. Prime Menh' 1114
Paper Four and six months. 6 per cent.
Sterling Exchange Sixty-day bills,
$4.72; commercial sixty-day bills on
banks, 14.71 ; commercial lxty-day I Ills. ,
14.71; demand, 14.76 1-16; cables,
f 1. iw cin, 1
Silver Rar 92 o; Mexican dollars, I'i,
Bonds Government, strong; 1 rall'osd.
firm.
Time Loans Firm: sixty and ninety dais
and si months, I per rent hid.
Call Money Strong; highest, I per cent;
lowest, 6 per cent; rullng-f rate, 6 tier
cent; closing bid, 6 per cent; offered at 8
per cent; last loan, I per cent.
U. S. 2s reg... 97aOen. Eleo. 5 .. 91
do coupon ... 97 'Ot. No. 1st 4 lis 88 '
U. a 3s reg.., 98 III. C. r, 4 80
do coupon ...98Tnt. M. M. 6s.. 91
U. S. Lib. 3s 98.76'K. C. 8, r. 6s.. 74
fir. S. 4s. reg... 104 L. & N. un. 4s.. 83
do coupon ...104M K T 1st 4s 66
Am. F. S. 5s.. 95 Mont. Power 6 88
A. T. ft T. 0. 6a 90 N. Y. C. d. 6 92
Anglo-French 5s. 90No. Paotfla 4,. 79 :
Ann. a 10, 4fts s.i ao 3sl 67
Atchison gen. 4s 80 0. 8. li. r. 4.. 83
B. ft O. 0. 4s 76Pao. T. ft T. 6s 91 )
Beth. St. r. 5s.. 93 Penn. 0. 4.... 96
Cen. Leath. 5s,. 94 do gen. 4.l.. 82
('en. Paclflo 1st 786. L. ft 8. F a. 6 84
C. ft O. c. 6 80 fco. Pao. c. 6.. 90
0B4QJ 4s.. 92So. Ry. 5 .... 91
C M & S P o 4s 72Te. ft P. 1st 85 '
f R I ft P r 4a 62'Unlon Pclflo 4 85
C. ft S. r. 4..67Tj. 8. Rubber Is. 77
D. St R. (1. r. 6 49 V. B. Steel 5.. 97
Dnm of Cn 6s.. 91 Wabash 1st 92
Erie 1 (ten. 4 . . 61 French Gov. ( 95
Bid. (
1; London Money.
London, March 26. Silver Br, 4ld per .
ounre. "
Money 2 per cent.
Discount Rates Short and three month'
bills. 3 9-16 per cent,
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
Dealers (iln Confidence Regarding War
Development.
Chicago, March 26. Increased confidence
regarding war developments tended today
to lift grain prices. Corn closed steady at
the same as yesterday's finish to o higher,
wlth.Marrh $1.27 and May (1.25. Oats
gained c to lc net. Provisions showed
An advance of 2 cents to 30 cent.
Less nervousness than during yesterday
was evident from the outset In the corn
market, and prices quickly reflected pre
vailing opinions that tha military outlook
was likely soon to Improve to a material
extent. Offerings were noticeably scarcer
than had been the case, and although at
tention continued to be focussed on dis
patches telling of' the German drive, the
strain over current happenings appeared to
hitVe been largely relieved. Resulting ad
vances In price, however, made sellers a
little more numerous. At the same time,
there was a lack of fresh buying orders,
and something of a reaction took place, but
at no time did the bears appear to be in a
majority, despite Increases reported In
stocks at the leading Atlantic and gulf
ports.
Activity on the part ot the exporter had
mile h to do with the strength of oats.
Provisions averaged higher with grain
and hogs. Besides, the usual government -monthly
orders for cured meats were ex
pected to be placed shortly.
St. Joseph Live Stock. v
Bt. Joseph, Mo., March 16 Cattle Re
celpts, 3,000 head; market higher; steers,
$10.00013.76; cows and heifers, $7.00012.50; .
calves, $6.00012.60.
Hogs Receipts. 9,500 head; market high
er: top. $17.25; bulk, $16.50017.15.
Sheep Receipts, 8,000 head: market
steady; lambs, $14.00018.25; ewes, $7,000
14700.
Minneapolis Grain.
Minneapolis, Minn., March 20. Flr"r-y
Market unchanged.
Barley At $1.6001.87.
Rye At $3.00 03.02.
Bran At $32.75.
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City, March 26. Com--No. I -mixed,
$1.6701.78; No. 3 white, $1,830
1.88; No. 2 yellow, $1.7301.80; May, 1126
01.26.
Oats No. 2 white, 900c: No. ! m led,
86086c.
St. Louis Grain.
St. .Louis, March 26. Corn No. 2, M 14;
No. 2 white, $1.90; May, $1.26. ;
Oats No. 2, 89c: No. 3 white, 93c; Ma
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