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fllE OMATIA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 16,
for sale Miscellaneous for sale miscellaneous
A chance for a choice opportunity for TOUR selection, but If you are In
doubt we ran advise you as no one else can. Our experience with the various
F.XCITEMENT WILD IN N 15V AD A.
Daily freeh fortunes are wrwtod from
mother earth. Tenderfoots and Inexperi
enced men have become, millionaires fiver
flight, while a few weeks ago they
labored for day wages. YOU LAN DO
THIS AI.JJO. The chances are better
now than ever before. The early youth
of IP"? will ee more snd quicker huge
fortunes made than since Comstock
ji .. rm.i- i- nAi ikrnta.tioti. the sold is
there. We are rigiit when- you neei us, machines Is unequaled We can tlve you disinterested counsel, since It Is Just
v.rX KXlnF& .nad bur Bnger. Are as profitable for us to ucll you one rebuilt machine as another.
constantly fin the pue nav,L,Ju, J The term "second hand" Is often misunderstood. A new typewriter used for
knowieea of n theBood stocks. C wnto R month or a week, Is second hand, but if It has not been abused or broken, it
now for our free . m"rkV, 'e"T, k. Is as good as when first bought. Some of our machines are scarcely worn at all
ready to art.' I and then our prices are ever ao much lower than the regular selling prices of
Member; 8.CK.X VoSeT "iu'ota. E new machines.
Suite 243 Monadnock Building.
Ban Francisco, CaL
FOR BALE One-half Interest In planeing
mill and building; new machinery In
stalled and building Just finished re
..,.!., una. will oil nr trade to jesponal-
l.l nnrtv n half -Int erest. or sell entire
plant. Good opportunity for some one.
Address 11 41, care Bee. Y-649 li
FOR BALIS-Saloon dilng good business,
will consider real estate In exchange-;
owner leaving city. Address C, care Ben,
Council Blurts, la. ix
NBBI) MONET and must sacrifice 10.000
shares first-Class Black mils Gold Mining
Stock: Kte per share, uompany s price
25c. Address P-66. care Bee. Y 545 UK
WANTED Subscriber for 6 ter cent ten
year bonds, to be ued In permanent
(...iMin. fnr Mxtnhllshed business at
trmaha. Ftate amount for which you
will subscribe. Address L R, Bee.
YOU can never profit by business chance
unless you nave seme money; amim t
nr iha foundation of large fortunes:
ft." mX3uv3,$ 1603 LEAVENWORTH ST.
kii Asset! over hw.wv. -
When a typewriter leaves the hands of our workmen we have no hesitation
In guaranteeing It
Remingtons $20 to $75
Smith Premiers $25 to $60
Densmorea $15 to $50
Olivers $25 to $60
Underwoods $45 to $85
mickensderfers $15 to $35
Williams $15 up
Wellingtons $35 to $00
Chlcagos $15 to $25
The above is only a partial list of onr large line of machinos. Write for
what you want. We have it at prices that will surprise you.
NEWS OF OMAHA SUBURBS
J. Emorr and wife were entertained by
the latt-r s sister, Mrs. Nelson Iran, on
Tlev. K. O. lllller of Lefler Memorial
church was calling; on his parishoners here
Miss Bessie Faverty has been stay ins;
with Mrs J. Halplne during Uie ausence
of Mr. Hiilplne In Iowa.
Bert Gants has purchased a lot in trfisi
Ambler, adjoining William Zarp s, ana win
build on It In the spring.
Grandma Hlckmnn has been spending mo
last two weeks with her two daughters,
Mesdames Hickman and Carbury.
Grandma Ilickman sold her old home
stead, where she has resided- so Km:, on
South Forty-second street, to Mr. Jensen.
Mrs. N. Carbury and sister. Mrs. 8.
Perkins, entertained the former's daughter,
Mrs. Bert Ganti and little son, Minton. on
James Halplne and son, James, are spend
ing a few weeks with relatives In northern
Iowa. They are expected home the first
of the week.
Mr. Rice and family removed from their
former homo on Firty-nrst street 10 uwir
new home on Thirty-ninth and Leaven
worth, on Wednesday.
Mrs. J. E. Aughe, accompanied by h-r
(.tor Mrs M. J. Whltelock of Ashland.
were the guests of Mrs. M. Renworth for
dinner In soutn umnna, i nuraiaj.
fhn Tales' Aid sorletv met at tho home
nt nr,-. m pvrtv Wednesdav afternoon
and completed a quilt. Coffee, sandwiches
and cake were served at the close of the
A Christmas bazar will be held at Wood
men ball. Fort v-n In th and Center street!",
on Thursday evening. December under
ihe auspices and for the benefit of South
Rev. R. M. Henderson, who has most
faithfully sunpiled the Methodist Episcopal
pulpit at Springfield sWice conference, in
September, closed his pastorate there last
Sabbath. A remlar minister from the east
has Iwn secured.
$60 WEEKLY and Independence; 75 of our
machines for vending Bolted peanuts, pay
an average dally profit of $& Write for
particulars. Ililo Gum Co., 49 S. Union
St., Chicago. ioi m.
W H"EA T 312.60 buys 6 up and 6 downs,
rnnA fnr una week: 2 cents advance or
decline from price gives $100 prori Write
for particulars. t-ommerce ornni v
Commerce Bldg.. Chicago. Y W lt
BEATRICE lending town and railroad
nftntai. nnthAH.Mt Nebraska, modern
utilities, delightful place to live, best
pt lic schools in west, splendid agricul
tural country, thirty-five factories In op
eration; seeking to Increase manufactur
er irtt.Una pnrrpnnnrlpnrfl from bona-
AHa concerns desiring location. Water
power, no labor troubles. M. E. Rhulti,
Secretary commercial rjiuo. i m
trra Tvr-ITANTSF Stork general dry
goods. Invoiced at about $10,000. These
goods are Clean ana 111 go"u muri n
fan hm moved to anv rtolnt desired.
Ownpr renitlres about one-third cash; will
take balance In good land or income
property and will assume encumbrance
up to il.nnn or $4,onO. If you want a trade
oulrk and are in me martlet ior m-r-rhnnrllsB.
look this uti at once. Not a run.
down lot of stuff, but big. full lines of
staples, domestics, etc. Come and look
It over. C. W. Soniers, 500 Manhattan
Bldg.. St. Paul. Minn. Y-4V03 16x
TNVRNTORS aeeklns- rtrotectlon B gainst
Infringements will learn romethlng to
their advantage bv aaaressing, vjia in
ventor. 211 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn,
N. Y. Y 490 16x
WANTED-Man to furnish money to mfg.
an article; can sell all that can be made
at 109 tier cent nroflt. O 64. rare nee.
Y M543 1ST
TIIOXE RED C599.
AND SAVE FROM $75 TO
New uprighU..$14T. $1C9, $212 and up
IJsed uprights.. $'o, lo, $90andup
Square pianos.. $0, US, i'Sand up
Organs VS, $12, $18 and up
$5 to $10 CASH AND
$3 TO MONTHLY
Drop-head Machines, slightly used, but
In first-class condition. Complete with at
Wheeler & Wilson ....$20.00 to $30.00
Household . 18.00
Singer $20.00 to 30.00
New Home 18.00
Box machines, any make, from $5.00 to
We rent machines, 75c per week, or $2.00
We repair and sell parts for all makes of
Nebraska Cycle Co.
15th and Harney Sts.
'Phone Douglas 1063.
$34 Broadway, Council Bluffs.
O'BRIEN Mrs. George Morgan, aged 73
it1! 1 Tt -a 1 Monrtav moraine. December 17,
t W from fiimllv residence. 630 South
Twenty-eighth street, to St. Phllomena's
cathedral. Ninth and Howard, at 10 o'clock.
Ro cmn h irh mass bv l--atners MCovern
and Stenson of the cathedral and Fathers
Mclaughlin and Buckley 01 m. i-eier a.
t llnv Kcnnlchre cemetery.
DUNN C. H., aged bl years, December 1.
at resldenco, t'oroy street.
Funeral Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
FARMS FOR RENT
80 ACRES 1 mile north of Benson, choice
farn. land with 6-room house, large barn
ano other Improvements. GEOROE &
CO. Mm Fnrnam Pt.
Rev. Mr. Jacobv made a powerful talk. :
.'11,111 11 1 v. ti-1',-, i,M riB rrui ,i iM.ii,
dressos and tho collcne chupcl was crow 1c 1.
lr. lorrey spoke along the line of strength.
I'.e Wrong In the Ionl being bis text.
He emphasized the threw es-nil.il foatures
In being ntnuig, numely, pors-Misl work.
Bible study and prayer. Rev. Jncoby mmln
pli'a for loFt souls, whlcb was one or
the most powerful ever given In the col
lege chapel. He tilled the eyes of many
with tears and when be called for con
verts several arose In their sc. its.
Office of Iee-Glass-Andreesen Hardware
Company, Omaha. Neb., December , lis
Notice la hereby given to the stockholders
of the Iee-Glass-Andrecsen Hardware
Company that the annual meeting or tne
stockholders of the company will be held
at the offices of tho said company, corner
of Ninth and Harney streets, in ine cny or
Omaha, In the state of Nebraska, on Tues-
ay, January 8, A. D., 19U7, at 3 o clock p.
., lor tne purpose 01 electing a Doara or
rectors for the company to serve during
he ensuing year, and to transact such
other business as may be presented at
uch meeting. Attest:
W. M. UL.A8S, H. J. LEE,
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
OMAHA. Dec. 14. V.M. Notice Is hereby
given that the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Omaha Gas Company
111 be held at the office of the company,
Merchants National Bank building, at 10
m.. Monday. January 7. 1577. for tne
election of directors for the ensuing year, at a muajcai program nd 10-oent luncheon
Mahogany upright......... $ 68
J. P. Hale upright 90
Kimball upright 115
I vers & Pond upright 126
Chlckerlng uDright 15
Also a few bargains In used Steinway,
Knabe, Kranloh & Bach and Steger pianos.
Mason & Hamlin, Estey, Packard. Storey ft
nam ana tumnau organs at YM
at, H tin
We are giving away absolutely free ten we rent. tune, move and repair pianos.
hares of stock In a Ooldnelrt Mining com
pany. Write us Immediately for particulars
while it lasts.
SACRIFICE fine pianola nearly new, also
eigmeen roils music ror same; cost t-xw
one year ago. will mjll for $50: also Globe-
Wernlcke book case and Singer sewing
maciune. Owner leaving city. 1X19 Daven
port. Q M4D4 lhx
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Don't Buy a Piano at the
Great Perfield Bankrupt -Sale
1611 Farnam Street
If you do you will get it for $100 less than
manufacturer's cost and some poor piano
dealer will be out $iX) profit which be would
have made had you bought of him. That
would be a shame you surely wouldn t
want to save $-U0 wheu they need it so bad.
They all knock on thia sale, but we like
that because every knock is a boos; and
we are too darn busy soiling pianos to take
time to knock tho other fellow. To get
4o wu to business, luowever, what we want
t tell you is this: We still have left a
large line of high-grade standard makes
of pianos which are yours at an average
of $1U0 apiece less than manufacturer' coat.
Tou know what that means It means that
you have an opportunity to buy a high
grade piano for less money than ever be
fore and less than they will ever be again
after this sale. Isn't It worth your while
to Investigate this? All the pianos are
marked In plain figures one price to all.
There are also a lot of second-hand and
lightly used pianos and organs on which
we have put such low prices that some of
them are actually getting right up on their
.bind legs and following customers out of
the door. Open evening. Remember the
1611 Farnam Street
1311 and 1313 Farnam St.
Tel. Doug. 1625.
The good old Christmas time Is close
upon us; every one la looking for a suit
able present. While talking about presents,
what Is the matter with a typewriter? No
need to buy a new one: we can sell you a
machine that looks and works as well as
a new one at about one-third to one-halt
of the manufacturers price.
Remington No. 6, new $1,6.00
Remington No. 6, rebuilt $-47.50
Remington No. C, rebuilt til.bO
Smith Premier No. 2 $37.60
Smith Premier No. 2, almost
Smith Premier No. 4. new $46.00
Oliver No. 3 $40 60
Oliver No. 3, almost new $52.60
Oliver No. 3 $:r7.60
Underwood No. 4 J.6.00
Underwood No. 4 $.00
Fox No. 3, rebuilt $45.00
Dnimore No. 1, fine condition.. $18. 60
Densmore No. 1 $15.00
Remington No. 2, rebuilt, $19.60 to $H
Blickensderfer No. 6, $10 to $16. 00
Postal, new $12.60
Wellington, new K7.W
Sun, new $.00
' All machines guaranteed to be In perfect
condition and the price to be lower than to
Machines rented, all makes, $2.50 per mo.
ox Typewriter & Supply Co
l10-2-24 rarnatn. Tele. Doug. 3874.
If you contemplate making presents, this is
the chance uf a lifetime. Will sell very
cheap all the furnishings of my beautiful
koine, which are as good as new and with
out scratch or mar. Everything la of Uie
brat material and workmanship. I have a
tlve-piece luaiiugany and tapestry parlor
suit ior $36; brass bed, hair mattress and
box surliKa: beautiful brass coslumer or
hall tree; dreasers ami chifloiilera In Toona
mahogany ana tjuurier-saweu out; an eie
Kaiit oak sideboard aikd dluing table:
leather ooucties for $-. coat $7j; over
stuffed Tuikian chairs In Harrington
flames; leather rovkers In oak and ma
hogany for $W, cost 14; odd mahogany
nlor chalra: vtry fine mahogany library
and pallor tables; lace curtains and por
tirrt. flu puatcls and paintings; I11U
Axmtnster rutin; a perfect tone upright
mahuguny piano. Aue ox her furnishings
too numerous to mention, lliess goods
must be seen to be appreciated. Must sell
within the nent ten flays call at one
for choice selections. Call from a. m.
to p. m. 1'aka Harney bt, car, get oft at
Pierce and Park Wilde ave. 1-il Park
Wilde Ave. Q-Mtol lax
10 USED pianos and organs must be aold
before Inventory January 1. HM. bee us
for prices and terms.
VlATHUWti PIANO CO.. 1513 Harney Bt,
e found elsewhere.
BEND us yon mall orders for drugs
freight paid on $10 lota. alyers-DUlu
Drug Co., Omaha, Q 647
BHEKW1N-WILLIAMS CO., best mixed
palut. Bherman 4k McCnnuell Drug Co.
HALL'S safes, new, 2d-hand. 181$ Farnam.
A FEW BARGAINS in second-hand sod
fountains; mommy pay meats, ueright,
ll Farnam. Q &J
ONE (-inch Jenkins' valve for sale. Apply
w. u. Jnage, engineer, cee tsiag.
EDISON'S late phonograph record
for $16.00. to b. Ut tot.'
Q Mi42 17x
and for the transaction of such other bual
ness as may come before the meeting.
A KAIS1S. T. HAMILTUN,
GEO. W. CLAJ3AUGH,
Dec- lfid lt E-3
FOR EXCHANGE 300 acres of good land
in fremont county. Iowa; price J13.UU0:
owners wont $0.0i0 to $3,0U0 Btock of hard
ware or groceries in good town where
rent is not too high; balance cash or .
lerred. J. M. Livingston, Nebraska City,
Neb. Z M479 13
CHOICE located, modern, steam heated
Chicago apartment building; mortgage
$15.0UO; rents $;i,300; for $lo,Wu clear farm
or city property. Address IW3 Fisher
Bldg.. Chicago. 2 429 lGx
IF YOU do not find what you want In this
column put an ad. in and you, will soon
MORAND'S winter term for children at 511
a. ibin, ureignton institute, win begin
Baturday, December 8; beginners, 2 p. in.;
advance, 3:30 p. m .; terms, four months.
beginners $10. advence t&. 'Phcne DouElas
141. Adults, 16th and Harney; lessons
Tuesdays and Friday 8 p. m.; assemblies
v eanesuay Mull! V6
BlAULKlt UA-.-Sll.Nljr ACADEMY now
open. Two-fcteu and waltzes and luto-it
dancing taught on Friday of each week.
For terms 'phone Doug. 2i9 or 1911 Far-
num. 54422 x
The Leaiiina Palmist of Omaha.
Revelations of pust and future described.
Parlors, US H. 10th St., Opp. Boston Store.
LYNCH BROS. Repair work our specialty.
lis m. ism ni. lei. uougias Hi!.
JOHNSON INSTITUTE. 4'8 N. Y. L. Tel
DR. BOWSER Over
HES3 4 BWOBODA. 141E Farnam. -710
L. HENDERSON. 161 Farnam.
DRESSMAKING In family or at home. Mis
pturoy. aji (.nicago. l'lione J tea 4.1a.
GASOLINE BNOINE and wood-working
laactunery lor aaie cneap. Apply Anclio
Fonce Mlg. CO., Mi n. i.tn bu
WILL sacrifice my fine $360 mahogany up
right piano ior i,0 caan; uaea less than
two months and as good as new; also
other fine furniture. 1241 So. 7th St.
'Phone 461$ Douglas. Q lu3 16x
COAL $6.25 ton; burr egg, big size, good;
try it; t 'phones. Harmon & Wceth.
BARGAIN High grade upright piano;
cheap, party leaving for Texas. 415 N. 2ad.
BARGAINS In unredeemed jewelry. 418 No.
loin. Q-MU7 JU
HUSK ICR shredder, little used, for sale
oheaik. D. W. Foster, Palmer, Neb.
FOR BALK Empty Ink barrels. Inquire of
j. M- cauipueu. dm uiaii ruou. y o-i
WTLL sell dresser and chorTonler, 3-piece
Darlor suit. lour Axmlnster vxiz rugs.
some very fine leather chairs and rockers
very cheap. Call today and Monday. 1:31
Bo. 7tn &l y u lox
CHIROPODY AND MANICURING
JR. ROY. chiropodist; Miss Alice Hall.
manicure. Room 2, lwo b amain. 1 e
Mrs. B. L. Chllds Is seriously 111.
Miss Stleer Is vUlting In l'lattsmouth for
a few days.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Rouse, on Friday,
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Hans Otte, on
Wednesday, a son.
George Bnell served on the jury at Omaha
during the last week.
The Presbyterian aid meets at Mrs. J. a.
Daly's next Thursday.
Mr. ajid Mrs William Zimmerman are
visiting In Fort Dodge, la.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zimmerman are vis
iting in Bpringueld, Neb.
The women's gymnasium meets at -'""
hnll next Tuesday evening.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Boren Aiiuneou
of South Morton avenje, a son
Mis Mn OBrien was tho guest or Airs.
W. J. Culklns one iuy last week.
Services at the Odd Follows' hall
usual today. No evening service.
Mass at St. Bernard's at 8 and 10:30 this
morning. Benediction at 3 p. ra,
Benson postoflloe has been advanced to
third class with a Jl.i'M salary.
The Southwest Card club had a dance at
Eagles' ball Last Saturday evening
Mr. and Mrs. John Blakewell have re
turned from a short visit in Springfield.
O. B. Furbish is visiting his taiher in
Perry, la., where he went on lhursuay.
Mrs. Burstall ot Omaha spent uie last
week at the home of Mrs. James Howard.
rsua Junze is home today, belri: able to
leave) bis business in Kennard during the
The Court of Honor will trlve 11 card
party next Thursday evening at Eagles
Mrs. J. B. Marquette of Auburn was a
visitor at L, W. Raber's home part of Uie
The firemen are planning for a New
Year's Eve boll. It wiil be the third an
nual. The Workmen elected officers on Wednes
day evening, as did also the Degree of
Three carloads of grain were shipped
from Benson elevators during the last
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Grawrt went to Mis
souri Valley Monday to attend the funeral
of a nephew.
Mrs. G. W. Stlger Is receiving a visit
from her mother, Mrs. D. B. Smith of
Miss Margaret Pillsbury Is ill at hr
home In Lincoln. MJsa Gorst tokos ner
place at school.
L. Jorgenson was elected to his fourth
term as secretary of the National Associa
tion of Letter Carriers.
The Church o the Advent holds Sunday
school at 8 p. m. and evensong at 4 p. m.
at the Odd Fellows' hall.
The Convey family narrowly escaped as
phyxiation Thursday night from a hard
coal stove Improperly regulated.
G. It. Wihlams returned irom Huron, S.
D., Friday, whore he went in company with
Carl Camp on a land seeking trip.
Blocks 17 and 18 In Halcyon Heights,
which have been withheJd from sale during
the past are now on the market.
F. M. Congdon entertained his cousin, C.
B. Durand. special agemt of the financial
department of the Amerioau Express coni-
The Lutheran Women's aia enmrxainea
Eusinew for Week in All
PROXIMITY OF CHRISTMAS HAS EFFECT
Krnr Approach of Holiday Cans
Muck ruin it In lemn ml for prlnJK
Goods Stiff Priors ot F.a
peeled to Weaken.
KherllT McDonald win In town Tuesday
looking after some buslnoes.
Kathelen Risltrr of Omaha stent Sunday
last wiin .Miss Lena Ulllean.
Mrs. Barret, who was vcrv sick for sev
eral days, is very much better.
Mrs. J. W. Wilson of Omaha stent Sun
day here, visiting her mother, Mrs. Lou
i no cilv malarial 1 navina tne jau re- . ----- -. . - . . , , -
paired and some extra work done on the f,mn . ''""'' '"'"J ,ZV1 " "i"Z
Miipr Palennn n have immi liirgc, nut tn
Buslnes In all lines for the week w
good, the latter part of the week showing
the near approach or Christmas Dy a uitcv
The PleaPant Hour club has Invitations
out for a social and dance December 31 In
Mrs. Charles Cotrell of Omaha sjx'nt
Tuesday afternoon here, the guest of Mrs.
W. li Taylor.
Mrs. Julia Shaw of Omaha, an old friend
of the Tracy , spent Saturday hero visit
ing the family.
Mrs. Sophia Grossman and dauchter,
Natalia, spent Paturday last visiting fiionds
In Council Bluffs.
Miss May Callahan of Omaha spent a
couple of days this week here, the guest
of Miss Jessie Tucker.
Mr. J. S. Paul and daughter, Margaret,
spent Saturday evening in Omaha, taking
In the Christmas display.
W. C. Iawi.i of Clwlco, Neb., spent Sat
urday night and Sundiiv here, the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Wall.
Kllen De Land left Monday for Perry,
la., where she will spend U10 winter with
her sou, Thomas Du Land.
Mrs. William B:ijiner of Shenandoah, la.,
was the guest of her sisK-r, Mrs. W. K.
Taylor, Saturday and Sunday.
The hard tl -e social given by the Re
bekahs Tuesuu night was a successful af
fair, both in huauce and numbers.
The last week a large run of slush and
broken Ice has been going down tho rivnr,
but so far the weather has not been coid
enough to block it and the river la bllll
Mrs. T. K. Price, Jr., and Mls Ivy Prlca
returned from a three weeks' visit Wednes
day night to Salt Iake and oilier points
in 1 urn. iney nave been visaing rciu
Mrs. L. F. Imm of Lincoln, Nub., Is
here or a few days visiting her mother,
Mrs. Angcllno Tucker. Mrs. Imm will
leave ill a lew days for Texas, where Mr.
imm will be engaged In U10 lumber business.
A number of the young friends of Dr.
Sorensen surprised him at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ryan Monday night,
tho occasion beUitr his birthday. Miss
Stella Ryan acted as hostess. lverybody
nuu an enjoyable time.
1L B. Robinson, munatrer of the Florence
Tcleplnone exchange, has resigned and D.
O. Hughes of Omaha has beon appointed
his place. Mr. Robinson assisted In
installing the excJiange and has been here
ever since as its manager.
The public schools ore havlntf a large
attendance. Tiiu weathor has been very
favorable, and everyone of school age has
been attending. Prof. Mcljine reports that
ail the classes are up Willi tholr studies.
A profit of was
t-v. .miini r,t tho 3-vear-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. William MoKeown were taken
last Sunday evening to Missouri Valley and
A Grand Army of the Republic meeting
was held at the postoillce on December 3
to elect officers. Meetings are iu uo ucvi
on the last Tnursuay 01 eacn uwuui.
1 L. Thomas, accompanied by nis son.
NIOJI STATION TKXTH AND MARCY Henry, and his friend, wnr HoMm.n,
returned from new lum v.ny
Tkm., left almost directly for aiajthix.
but shorter, trip.
T.pave Arrive. tv V Johnson entertained at a sur
Overland IJmlted a HM am a 8:18 pm prise 'party for her sister, Miss Chapman,
The China and Japan ut the latter's rooms in Omaha on Monuay
Fast Mail a 4:15 om a 5:10 pm atr punls occuuiod tho evening.
Colo. & Calif. Ex a 4:15 pm a 9:30 pm bout fourteen from Benson were present.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
house trade has been light. Prices, though,
no advances of moment have been named,
ar stiff, and there is no Indication of weak
One of the largest order for hardware
ever given to wholesale firm In the west
was placed lust Thursday with tho wrigni
& Wtlho'.my company by the Illinois Cen
tral. It whs for twenty-live cars of patent
wire fencing from Pittsburg.
Without doubt It will soon be hard fof
the retail hardware dealers to get Just
what they want., and there Is likely to
come a scarcity f geod. as there baa been
In the dry goods mnrket. The factories In
the cast are overloaded with orders and all
orders sre lx lng accepted subject to delay,
the cheering Information being volunteered
to the Jobbers tbat they may not be filled
for several menths.
"All we need now Is a Httle snoerjr
weather, so the demand for overshoes will
set in, snd we shall be happy." said an
Omsha shoe Jobber tho other day.
Salesmen for the shoe houses report a
very good trade, even though tho retailers
are exceedingly busy with their Christmas
rush, and tho outlook Is good for a contin
uance of the lively condition. A p'ekhig'
up In the demand for spring goads Is ex
pected Immediately after the holiday sea
son Is over. Owing to the near approach
of Christmas the house trade was very light
Effect of Fond I,avr.
One of the effects on drugs and medi
cines of the national law will undoubtedly
be an Increase In the sale of original pack
nee goodn as a protection to the retailor.
Alter January 1 all standard drugs will
have to bear labels showing that they fully
comply with the standard set by the United
States Phannornporla. There Is no aues
tlon but what the pure food and drug's law
is a good one and will eventually prnect
sll handlers of food and drug products
alike. j,,st now It works a hardship on
Jobbers who do an Interstate business. Lo.
cslly. It will pot affeot wholesalers or re
tailers. Any goods In stock can be sold
Inside of tho state without bearing the
pure food and drug label up to October 1,
lSJ'i. It Is to be hojed that the legislature
of the state of Nebraska, If It passes a
pure food law, will make It conform aa
nearly as pn?slblo te the national law,
which Is complete In detail. Th names of
seme Articles In the drug line will have to
be changed to conform to the law. Some
grails will be thrown out entirely.
Though raw sugars are Irregular, ruling
lower late In the wank than t.ir
months, refined sugar was unchanged In
H i?- . 7h1 s.,nck of mws In Nw York Is
Doo Walker, son of K. H. Walker, and ! they can realise more money later Thi
Fred H:unbUt left Wednesday afternoon harvest of the crop in CJuta I. well- umle?
for St. Paul. Minn , where they go te do , way. and the output will be muclTln m S5
some engineer work in the electrical line, , of last vear mnklna- un far ih. .hlti. i
both being electrical engineers. Walker the sout lt Is csUn mted Uie te e
The Red Men lodge gave one v . the best
mask balls for some time at Wall's hall
Saturday night. Costumes were nut in
number and some fine reirsentaUcns. Wil
liam Taylor secured the mize for the most
homely one and Miss Cora Simpson tlia
prize for the finest costume and best rep
refiners. The estimated output of the
Culwii mills for December and January la
850. nro tons. -iuy m
There Is no change In the clwxse sltujv.
tlon, the high priced continuing. New York;
dealers say stocks there are very light.
The coffee mark Is n-Mk hut th ..nn
In price applies to the contract grades and
on Main street Wednesuav aiternoon
Those present were: Mrs. W. R. Mathls,
Mrs. J. L. t!orbaly, Mrs. A. M. Meager,
Mrs. J. M. Thompson, Mrs. C. Hunt, Mrs.
T. Day, Mrs. J. S. Innes, Mrs. W. A.
Rogers, Mrs. Spillctt and Mrs. A. B.
Mrs. Langford entertained the Whist club
on Tuesday evening. Several new immoeis
are ant cipatea. i nree iauie cio
and refreshments served. Seven ooup.ee
Jacob Gehrig, Jr.. waa pleasantly sur
prised Wednesday evening by about twenty
of his young friends In honor of hU bn .11
. " i ,v, Fi.inipnt of an ma-
California & Ore. Ex. ..a 4:25 pm a 6:10 pm
Los Angeles Limited. . .nl2:06 pin al0:46 pm
Fast Mall a 1:65 am a 5:00 pm
Colorado Special a 7:45 am a 7:44 am
ISortli lJlntte Local a :10 am a 4:liU pm
Beatrice Local b 8:u0 pm bl2:45 pm
Chicago, Hock Island A Pacific.
V A BT
Chicago Limited a 3:15 am a 7:10 am day. He waa made the recipient 01 " "
..... TA..l ,. T'lrt am - lql m I a nil fkther ffiflS.
Chicago Mall ".".".'.'.'.'.'.'.'....' a 845 pm Mr, and Mia S. A. Morrison entertained
Iowa Local bl2:05 pm b 9:55 pm tnH following guests from Omaha: Mr.
rhlmici il ji..rn v"v 1 a r.-iriiim a 1 :35 Din i ini.n Wlllev and son. Mr. and
rV.I. ,!.... 1 r.,tM u -'K nm nl"-". imi 1 . Vt v.v. XI nnA M ra. J. A- Met
Des Moines Local a 4:15 pm ,,
nA Minn, all of Omaha.
WFJlT. services aa usual' by Rev. lot
Rocky Mountain Limit..a 7:X am a 3:06 am man, pastor. The Missionary WB"
Colo. & Cal. Kxpress...a 1:60 pm a 4:50 pm pleasantly entertained by Miss "f
Okl. & Texas Express.. a 4:40 piu al2:U) pm Mrs. Weaver on Thursday at Mrs. ooa-
Llncoln Fatrbury and I brooke'e home.
Bellevue a 8:50 pm a :3U am I The Metb,0dlst aid meets at airs. p. b..
.a 3:00 am a 3:5f pm
.a 6:00 pm a 7:30 am
, 6:30 pm a 8:30 am
Wednesday. The Bp
worth league met last Monday for business-
Nineteen new niemuera !" r Jn
Uie church. Service at usual hours. No
evening service. '
Lutherans had the opportunity of hear-
In Dr. Luddeli of Lincoln lasi ouuuay.
Chicago Limited .
St Louis Express I
St. Louis Local (rrom lng ur. uuuu "..,, ;.,, n usual
Council Bluffs) a 8:15 am aiu:i pm Today s services win . -
1 I ' ' I U...ul IV HCriOUl HI 40M I'-
oiaiiuni l imu t"vu .,. .7.. " m VjiKlea' hall.
, . 1 1 1 1 . . 1 1 n I . i rr i rv r,ii nm du ju iu I nmiu'nine ill v -
Chlcuao & Northwestern.
Cedar Rapids Pass a 7:05 am a 5:05 pm
George Palmer has returned to Omaha
from tne wei. i
Miss Christine' Tlllson left on Thursday
Twin City Express a 7:60 am aW:00 pm
Chicago Daylight a :uo urn an:io pin
rt.i..Q- T..nj ull-:jl nm u A:46 um
Dn. i ..''i a -so mn n a :'ii M.IH I - hpr home in the east.
Carroll Local ....'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 432 pm a 8:60 am Tho Dundee Woman's club met on Satur
i . . ,... r 1 n m I . . . i 1 1 . .r
oiuux iity uiitiu r"tr K I day wiin Airs. '
a i .wain i ,i.,,oa antertjilnment
t:hicaeo Exuresa a 6:50 pm
Fast Mail .' a :w Vui
..a 8 25 pm a 8:31 am
..a 8:26 pm a 7:6 am
..a 8:83 pm a 9:31 am
..all:00 pm uli ui am
..a 7:40 am al0:46 am
..b 7:40 am 10: am
.a 3:00 pm a 5:oo pm
Twin City Limited.
Overland Limited ..
Chicago Limited ...
riol wood.l Jncoln .
Casper-Sboshonl a 8:00 pm a 6:o5 pm
Hastings-superior ......d :w pm v o.wi pm
rremont-Alblon b 6:02 pm bl2:40 pm
K. C. &. St. L. Express.. a fl.OO am a 6:90 am
y m. Li. Express.. ail :i pm a o:oi pm nu -- ------ , from Oonru
Nebraska Local . a 2:06 pm all:40 am people, have purcha litt?a and
( blcago, Milwaukee A St. Paol. I wm build choice residences there In the
Chi. and Colo. Special. .a 7:55 am a 7:30 am near future. , .
California and Ore. Ex. .a, 6:45 pm a 8:10 pm I At the Real Bstate exchange meeting last
Overland Limited a 8:36 pm a :lv am week it was asserted that thirty residences
Marion tk Cedar R. Loc.b 6:46 am bll:00 pm were built In Dundee uuriug mo mm
that one and one-nair miits oi im;' .u-
, ,1 i,,oa antertjilnment will be given
at the Dundee Pl'esby terian churoii on
The members or the yv inneia i iuu
another large dance Saturday evening at
the Dundee nan.
....... . .a Ttarr will leave on Thurs
day with a party of frionds to spend tho
Christmas nuuuaj v-u
Miss Agnes McElroy was Kept irom nor
school work In the Kunuee samo
week by tne serious iiiue u, u . .
formerly of Dundee,
and a number of other prominent Omaha
Mrs. Louis Grebe entertained the O. F. B. I not to the old mm cofT.a f o-,i n..nn.
Kensington club of Omaha at her home 1 qunlitlea. Dealers in package coffees have
not maiie any changes In price.
The t finned i:ooili Market.
Ordinarily Jobbers figure on the tomato"
market belrur very quiet and featureless
during the month of December. Such Is not
the case this year. The market Is gaining
strength dally and an advance of from
6'li7,ic per dozen has taken place this
month. In fact, many packers are holding
at loo bit her than they were three weeks
Gallon apples are showing greater
strength and sales have been made at 8oo
per dozen higher than prtcee recently ac
ceptable to New Tork state packers
The canned goods market as a rule, how.
ever, Is quiet, with comparatively feur
OMAHA HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Two new societies have been formed at
the high school within the lust few weeks.
The llrst ol these consists oi ooys wno Bloods changing hands. Very little effort
are working tlieir way through school, has been made yet to soil future corn and
iney iiiienu iu mi ,.mci minor j nnj prices nave not neen very generally named
Jobs which they may hear of at present, Opening prices are 5c per dozen higher than
wnicn inoy are unauie io iaae auvanuiga last Reason and this advance tieems to be
of themselves, but which thoy think may Justlied by the advanoe In material alone,
be of assistance to another member of the Oiwtniriar nrl.xw, rnr riiium , i....
society. Then, also, as the object of prime also been named, and thetw prices are from,
Importance, they plan to correspond wilh
boys who are working their way through.
college wflh the Intention of rkidmg out
about wnal Jobs tney may expect, uie cost
of a year at college and other things aln
this Hue. The following oincers were
elected: Will Kavan, president; Daniel
Gett, secretary; Frank Moore, treasurer.
The other society, wnicn will be called
6ilc ir dozen above the opening prioes
vi ihsl year.
In future peas a ls.rge amount of trading
has been done and many puckers have now
withdrawn from the market, having sold all
that they feel safe In selling until the
goods are In the tin. The demand, we
understand, has len unusually la-ge.
ine mariet on arien rrults bn been wlth-
'The Senate." hus for Its object the- de- out anv startllmr features diirinc ih in-
velopment of readiness In discussing ques- i week. Raisins are beginning to beooma
tions which may arise in business, social mone plentiful, but without anv unrnmnk.
and political affairs with a view to obtain tlon of stock Peaches, aprlcotn and prunes
a thorough knowledge of the subjects and are held firmly, with no appearance of
the ijevtlopment of proficiency In public
aiH3aklng and parliamentary practice. Tho
following oflicers were elected: Ralph
Sweoly, speaker; John 'Rlppey, president
This season has been a disappointing one
en California walnuts. Many of tho goods
wntcn nave neen snipped have been of very
mo loin pore: Howard Roe. clerk: Will . poor aualltv. and ransenufntlv very riin.
Kavan, reporter; Edmond McCarthy, ser- i appointing not only to the jobber but the
geant-at-arms. ' retnllers and consumers es well. In fact.
a ne j4itin socieiy gave tne following pro- , it is aimeuit te get nom or a strictly flrst-
t'hlraao Great Western.
St. Paul & Minneapolis. 8:30 pm 7:10 pm
St. Paul & Minneapolis. 7:45 am 11:60 pm
Chicago Limited 6 4a pm 9:oo am
Chicago Express 7:46 am 11:50 pin
Chicago Express Z:'M pin 3:30 pm
BIKI.1NQTON STATION JOth A MASON
Denver & California. ...a 4:10 pm a 3:: pm
POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES
FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; we lead the world in
cheap bar fixtures; easy payments.
Bruuswick-iialke-CoUendar, 4u7 S. loin oL
FOR BALE -Numbering stamp. In good
condition. Inquire Ueorge R. Wright. He
office. . W MXiX
TREE mukic lessons for I moaths with each
nw piuno purchased before January L
UATUlkWS PIANO CO, HUM Harney Bl
FDR KALD Remington typewriter No. t.
In good condition. o7. Inquire lire busi
ness office. Q-vM 22x
FOR SALE Nearly new No. t Remington
typewriter. Address S K, care Bee.
y M4JO Ux
FOR BAI.4J Hunting ferrets. Write to R.
A. Benneit, David City, Neb. Q 473 16x
FOR SALE A light weight gulden biindl
Boston terrier do4. This dog has even
white markings, tie finest head of any
Boston living toJ.iy; ni won In a
class of thirty, Bustun rlab show, at Bos
ton. Mas., 14. For pniigree and photo,
address JToprialor, lat) Douglas St.,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
OMAHA, Neb., Deo. 15, 1908.
Sealed proposal will be received at the
otlioe of Hie seer tary of tne Board of
Education of the school district of Omaha,
room 6o6, city hall, until 8 o'clock p. m., on
tne 21st uay of December, limn, for all the
labor and materia. fur the construction
of the Vinton school building on the Vinton
it at 211 and Boulevard Ave.. In ac
cordance with the plans and ti-clficallons
anlcU can be had on application at the
ottice of Frederick W. Clarke, architect.
liS New Yoik Lite building. There will
also be a duplicate set of plans and specifi
cations at the office of the secretary oi the
Board of Education, subject lo inspection,
but not removal.
Eich bid must be accompanied by a cer
tified check for a sum nut less than one
VhotiMitmi dullaxs lil.ueu.0ui.
The right is reserved to reject any and
-II l.l.la unil til W.fVM HflV rlrfertS (iT Irl-
formslitles in any bids, should It be deemed I
In the Interest of tne school district to do 1
Proposals must be enclosed in fnif 'pes,
sealed and maikd, proxaals for ViuVil
School Building." and addreed U . F.
Buigess, secretary ot Ihe hoard of u joa
tlun. 60S City Hall. J. V. BU'RGI. ,
DU Dei aecrUary-
Nebraska Expiess ,
Nebraska lAH'al ..
Lincoln Fast Mall
.a 4:10 pm a 6:20 pm
.. .a 4:10 pm a :' am
...all :li pin a 6:30 pm
...a 9:10 am a 7:40 pm
...a 8:00 am
a 9:05 am
walks had been laid, and over a0,0u0 ex
pended in grading.
tw v.. II. Jenks of Omaha visited his
son at the college Tuesday.
Mr F. C. Wllner entertained B. V. Mc
rwmntt of Cuuncil Bluffs last Sunday.
Mrs James Collona and daughter Katie
are visiting relatives and friends In Lincoln
Mrs. F. M Clark of Clarlnua, la., ana
Mrs Illgar Howard of coiumous, im,
were visiting at tU,a Builch home last Sunday.
Mrs. E. Ev Ross, who naa Tor some iimo
been vlsUlng Mrs. Claude cumos, reiurom
bMOpm a!2:l ir.i to her home in Central City last Weonea-
Ft. Crook & Plattsm'th.b 2:f pm blO:2G am day. '
Bedevue & Plattsm tl..a 7:60 am a S:3J am Mr- Fred Jonea, who was seriously ln-
Denver Limited a 7:10 am iule(i by a fall In Omaha a week ago. Is
Bellevue Ai Pac. June. ..aT 3:30 am a S Si am .eeoVerlng nicely and will soon be able to
Chicago Special a 7:16 pm a Sr& am gel aroUud aa usual
Rev. Mr. Bradtui, aaslsted by several
local ministers, has been holding a series
of revival meetings at LoPlatie, which.
have met with great success.
A large crowd of students attended both
the afternoon and evening Torrey meet
lugs last Sunday. Much interest has ben
taken in these meetings by the students.
The river here Is frozen from bank to
bank. The water is at an unusual low ebb
this year and with the cold weatner navi
gation with the Iowa aide is Impossible.
Active preparations are being made by
Mrs. Carr of Omaha to organize a Koyal
Neighbors lodge m iiailevuo. A meeting
St. lyouis Express...
Kansas Clty-St. Joe.
Kansas CHy-St. Joe.
Kansas Clt)-St. Joe.
.a 8:46 pm a 3:56 pm
..a 8' pm a 7.K am
..a 9:15 am al0:53 pm
..a 4:45 pm all :3 i am
. .010:45 pm a 1:45 am
..a 9:15 am a 6:10 pm
. .a 4:45 pm
WEBSTER 8TATIO.N' 10th A WEBSTER
Paal, Minneapolis A
Twin (lty Passenger. ..b 6:80 am b :10 pm
Sioux City Passenger. ..a 2:no pm all:3oam
Local via Wet ping
Falls Cltv Ixcal
a Dally. bDuily except Hund.iy. dliillv
except Saturday, c Sunday only, e Daily
b 6:2" pm b l:10 am
.o 8:45 am c 5 5J pm I was held Friday ufteriujun at the old court
gram: The Saturnalia, Ruth Partridge:
"Comparison of the Saturnalia and Christ
mas," Grace McBride; "Some Christmas
Superstitions," Florence Petersen; "Work
Done by Roman Slaves," Ruth McDonald;
"Sources of the Supply of Slaves. ' Ma 11
Parker: recitation, "Pompey's Christinas,"
Tho German society held a business meet
ing. German songs were practiced.
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARK.KT.
Condition of Trade and Quotations on
Staple and Fancy Prod nee.
EGGS Per dos.. 27c.
. ' ' v- . . -. . v ii , in i , , iup in,,
4c; turkeys, 12iiil3o', ducks, 8(hVo; spring
chickens, 7Hc; geese, SfyHc.
BUTTER-Packing slock. lSc: choice to
fancy dairy, 2122c; creamery, 27621c
HAY Choice upland, . 10: medium, $9.00;
coarse, 8.ik.60. Rye stiaw, o.6ot7.IXl.
oiuin-rer ion, ia.ub.
TURNIPS Per bu., 50c.
SWEET POTATOES Kansas, per bbL.
TOMATOES California, per basket of 2
WAX BEANS Per bu. box, J3.00&3.50.
BEETS and CARROTS Per bu., 75c
LEAF LETTUCE Hotnouse. per iks.
CELEHV I'er dot., 30Tc
CUCUMBERS Hothouse, per dog., $1,759
ONIONS Home grown. tiOc per du. ; Span
ish. I.' w per crate; Colorado, 76c.
UCRSERADISH Caao of I dos., tl 90.
RADISH Ed Per. dos bunches, southera
laige bunches, 4oc.
NAVY Bh.A.S-Per bu.. M 75; No. !, I1.C5.
LIMA BEANS I'er lo., 64c.
GREEN PEI PERS-Per hamper, 3.00.
PARSLE y Hotiiouse, per dog. bunches,
CABBAGE Holland seed, borne grown,
per lb., IV.
EGG I LA NT Per dos . 1 5.
1'OTATOES Per bu., 4Ci0ia
RUTABAiiAS About luO lbs. te sack, r.60.
HEAD LETTUCE Southern, per do.,
SHALLOTS Southern, per dos. bunches,
CAULIF'LOWER-Per crate of about twe
Box. beads, ii ui U.
OltAN BERRIES Per bbl., t8.e0yfl.00.
APPLET Ben Lavla. choice 1104. fanoy
per bbl., $2.25; Jonuthans, $3.50: New
York apples, to.26; Grimes Golden, $1.2u.
PEAKS- Winter Neba. per bex, .tw.
G RA I 'ES Malaga, per bbl., $6.0otfT.i
New Vork Catawhas. 4 lb. besKel, 21c
ORANGES Florida oranges, $2.80; Cali
fornia nuvels, $3.25.
LEMONS IJmuiuera, extra
size, $1.6o: Jwj and 360 size.
brands, 60c less.
BANANAS Per medium-sized bunch.
$2uou2.2o: Jumbos, $2.5uii.5Q
DATES Kadaway. tc sayers, oo; nai-
c.lnss walnut from any source, whether lnv
ortea or domestic.
Painta Oils and Glass.
Plate glass Is moving freely and window
glass Is also selling well, as contractors are
rushing work in ordxr to have buildings
enclosed. Prlcee on glass are unchanged,
but remain linn, with Indications pointing
to a slight advance before long. Pig lead
has gone up 4 s ton. which Is a forerunner
of an ndvance In the price of white lead,
although local Jobbers have not yet mode
an anvance. carters lean is still quoted at
7Ve. whllo Southern Is 7c. Turpentine re
mains at 7;i',c. Linseed oil Is tinchaiwd.
polled being 4.io and raw is 41e. Paint trade
Is not as brisk as two or three weeks ago
on account of the cold snap.
Mills Behind Their Orders.
It Is the same old storv wbh the drr
goods men. They report goods for current
delivery difficult to obtain and saj the out-
loog ror spring is not encouraging. In cer
tain lines the question of buying Is no
longer one of cost, but ability to obtain the
roods at any price. Agents of foreign mills
iave booked large orders for March deliv
ery, most of them being for sheer materials
in worsteds. Print cloths are firm. The
f h 11 merchants' meetings have closed and
lust week's house trade was quiet. Sales
men win come in off lliu road this week fop
a leu days' rest.
I)IlOM, Dec. 15. Money was In good
demand In the market today and rates
wwe slightly easier. Discounts were firm,
owing to fears of further gold exports.
Trading on the Stock exchange was Hinder,
ately active. The moueiury situation
checked business, but consols and other
first-class securities were maintained by a
Hmsll Investment demand. Amur! cane
started firm. The Improvement In Wall
street yesterday Uiduced bear covering here
Htid moderate outside support- Canadian
Pacific touched a new record of 20nV, but
closed at 'AWt. Other stocks exceeded parity
early In Ihe day, but prollt-taking caused
a reaction and the market closed dull. For
eigners were juict. ((o tintos made a
new record of eV4. Mexican rails were
active and strong on iirof essional as well
as country buying. Japanese imperial 6s
of 1'4 t inted nt 101.
BERLIN. Iec. 15.-Prlees on the Bourse
today were firm. Dotnestio securities ware
PARIS, Dec. 13. The tone on the Bourse
today was unchanged. Russian Imperial 4s
closed at 74 W and Russlau bonds ef 13u
house and the organization will be Ir- fw aluffed walnut dates.' -lb. box.
Frvgutal SKirlDl FanlM
19 Tour la
Or'.wil i rulM I, bf t I Arabia. (II J0 leu)
Tour around tne worm Jan. eiu.
reaMfc C CUXH, H nivt, Kara,
fected next week.
am a nm I Grant Benson, who broke his arm In sey-
a S:6o pm ali:30Hin era! places during the game with Hastings
SeVeiai weeaa afcu, im iiavoia a naiu niuv
of it. The bones are broken In auch a
way that they continually allp, making It
Impossible to knit rapidly.
The Bellevue Cornet band, under the
able direction of leader Cartwrlght, la
making fine progTess und will soon be
classed an u the professionals. Many of
,1. r.,.ll.-tr armlritM have lollied. anil thev.
b U R O P having had pasl exrieiice, gave to the
iwuu n iii i,,v,u.
ICev. Dr. Torrey ais.ik in ci.apel to tho
college sludauts Xueaday, and Wednesday
$1.10; California, bulk, 6Vic;
6-crown, 14c; 3-crown, 12c
GKAI'E FRUlT-SIze 64 to 04 snd 80 to
Oti, tl do.
COCOANUTS Per sa k of 103. $4 .25.
CHEEBE bls. new, lie; Wisconsin
brick. 16',c; Wisconsin l.moerger. i.Vc,
twlna 16o; Young Americans, 16Vio,
FISHTrout. lie; halibut lie: catfish.
15c; bulfalo, 8c; bullhead. 12c; black bass,
tine ttiK'K. 25c; sAlmun. 12c; pike 13c; red
snapper, fresh frozen, 13c; whltehxh, fresli
frozen, 13c, yellow perch. arosd and
Scaled, av, icafi, .rni, n
frog legs, too par doa. saddles.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Prnlts.
NEW YORK, Dec 15. EVAPORATED
A I'l'LES Market la fjulot and prices barely
steady at the recent decline. Fancy are
i quoiea ax e'uso, choice at i4a and prime
fancy. 240 , at d'io.
$6.w; other ; CAl.l HlllN'I A DRIED FRUITS-Prunee
are less active than a few days ago, but
offerlnus of sprt gisnis are light and prices
hiild firm at 3:i'jc for California fruit. Ap
ricots are confident of maintained market.
Choice are nuoted at 16c, extra r,olco at 17
tr'.Sc and fanc y at In; jx-. I'encheo are un
clianged, with choice quoted at 12c, extra
clioh e at 12',i and fancy at 13c. Itolsina
are In light demand at the moment, with,
loose Muscatel uurrted at 71VJal?o, HBedi
ral.-lna at 7'uluc oiul Loudon layers at $1.4a
' A liiun In Economy.
There Is a fresh lesson of economy In the
statement that thp first rent struck In tho
Culled States mint In 17j3 waa recently sold
for $i-2. Save your pennies and In Uioa
they may brtir you a rich return, ,
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