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lilt: Uhh: OMAHA. MONDAY, OCTORKlt 10. 1010.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTKI)-Hv-mom cottage, modern
except hent; near I'oilge or Harney I ln.
Must bo rheap tor cash. Address W. 1J11
South 7th r't.
WK oxchangs properties of merit H. H.
Culver. kll-MJ N. . Life. Douglas 704.
TO EXCHANGE FOR OOOU KAIt.M. A
flist-clsss stock of cinan I nlirf, will In
voke $Ju.i. Want giw-d tarm clear. Ad-die-
Willi S:l particular. Lock llox 211,
Hnif.h Center Kan
fOO acres In Nance county. Nebraska, U)
acres In crop. Can all be cultivated. Price,
j per aire. Wih take $10.uwi income bear
InK property, balance easy lernik
NOWATA IAN1. A LOT CO..
6M N. Y. Lite Uldt. Tel. Red 1!. A lT.'l.
3L"0 acres. Kansas, $15.
ait, Canada. $-0.
'I'o en-hanne for Omaha property. Will
assume or put In om-. cash. P. O. bo.
FOR EXCHANOE-JM acres of fine
Mack noil, clay aubaoil, near Miller, 8. !.,
$Wvjo; incumbrance, $1.0011; fur atock ot
n.-t.cral merchandise. M. li. Christy, Lin
8 nOOMS, strictly modern; lot BrtxlW);
lovely home. I'rlce, $7,onu. Will trade for
NOWATA I.ASP AND LOT CO.,
New York Life Hldg.
'Phone Red M, A-172L
Choice wall paper H price, 200S Farnam St.
WILL trade aolld walnut bed with marie-to-order
Oslermoor mattress and steel
spiral and bamboo springs for china cab
inet, sideboard or buffet. 2Mi Pewcy Ave.
Tel. Harney 531.8.
WANTED TO RENT
To Rent a Hotel,
Furnished or Unfurnished.
Must have a business of not less
than $500 per month. Satisfac
tory references as to ability and
11. E. WRIGHT,
Choice wall paper Vi price, 2008 Farnam St.
WANTED Either In Omaha -or Council
Bluffs, three rooms completely furnished
for light housekeeping; or two rooms with
board for man and wife and 2-year-old.
House must be modern. Address K, liee
office. Council Bluffs.
LK'JA L NOTICE UNION PACIFIC
Katlroad Company Auction. The follow
ing unclaimed baggage will be 'ld
at public auction at No. 61? South ltith
-St., Omaha, Nebraska, commencing
at 7 p. in., Tuesday, October, 11
trunks marked A. o. 1 orjuaon, C. llckard
Clarence U. baser, W. A. Hrock, Anna
Byron. Marry V athen. II. I. Crattl. V.lnc
trunks marked Win. Kyai., E. S. Johnson,
Joe Loranzo, E. K Maxon, Mrs. Carrie
f-ott. W- A. Martlnex, Mrs. L. F.
Smith, K V. Strauhe, 1 r. u. A. Fischer,
J W. Flint. George K. Hugh) a. s. Egaiskl,
Miss Effle Wooidrldge. Steamer trunks,
marked Paul W. lister, Miss At:
geln Ankney, H. liaugherty, K. R
Jones. Hox market "Lundy," Mia. Ciarence
L'arr. Sample trunk marked A. F.. Hart,
No. 21 LH-Chlcago. Chests marked John
Collins, frees suitcases marked E. S. 'lag
gard. Orrte Holland. John Green II
1 hleket. U. T. Peebles. m. Hazard. H. l'
Budd. H. P.. White. W. W. Williams, li.
PaiiKin, U. J. Rankin, h, P. Coleman, 11. c!
l'ailhh. M. f'lynn, Mlko lios. Canvas
telescopes marked Kay Van Bauer, E. Col
lins. U. Huitler. J. IX Cordoba, K. F
Andrews. C. (J. C.entry, bearing Southern
Pacific Inteillne checks :.oi. il?;.l. T4'4,
HiKiH; O. S. I,, interline checks Nos. sy.nf,'
WoM), Jma4.i. I'ii204. 2ijl.t4 and ;-0i'151; O. R.
& N. Interline checks Nos. RJ.'iU and KTOsl;
C. A N. W. interline checks Nos
i272M. 2Z72fiT. 2'-3:'iS9, SilHi, 3(.4;!S, S;',)
anl local check sm-i; U. ,s It. O. C. O. Jj
checks isHU and 1s;M; C, M. i St 1 C O
I), check 12-MM 8. 1'. U A. Ac S. E. inter
line check 141304; C, St. P., M. & O special
check M4i;; A.. T. A rl. lr'. special cnecks
Nos. 4M.1 and 4M;'6; C. & S. Interline
checks Nos. Wi.Oi. 64I.UI0 and MHIS; North
ern 1'acific special checks Nos. S7j9:n nni
K2.KIOU; Urand Trunk special check 712U'l
Nevada Northern No. C. & W . 1. c. o
I. Cir.l. Also 5."i0 jleces of miscellaneous
articles eiisiKtlna- of guns, bundles, blank
ets, valises, trunks, boxes, chests, watches
and muslial instruments not marked.
A. TKAYNOK, General lluggajje Apent.
CHICAGO 1,1V K STOCK MARKET
Hrmand for Cattle and Sheep Steady
CIHCAOO. ic 1-cittiv ij,.,ii.
estimated at l.OuO head; market steady;
beeves, 4 7icu8.oii; Texas steers, J.l.frJifb.io;
western steers, U. 0u6.76; stockers and feed-
cia, i.mjio.; cows and hellers; i6B-4";
calves, Xi.0iiiai0.uu. 4
HOGS Receipts, estimated t 10.000 head;
market llv. Inn.ar. lluV. ,u Z.i..It .. ........1
s. JB.ii5; heavy. $M.Un'aM.ta; rotiph. VSi.qi
n w, buuu io cnoice heavy, jx.'iM.o; pigs.
Hi-aM.nu; bulk of sales, $H.va8.S0.
Kllh'.l.'l 1 V'Tk 1 1 11 liu t, ...I
....... niiw 1.0 .,1 i rvei'eipi, eii-
mated at 21.0UO; market steady ; native, 2.f,0
ti'4.40; western, .,5'4.25; y-arlings,
Tio ' native' -WW716; western, H.75
OMAHA LIVt SluCtv UAkhtl
Cornfcdi Lower, Other Cattle Steady
for the Week.
HOGS LOSE FIFTEEN TO QUARTER
Fat Sheep sad Lambs Ten Lower Than
Week Ago, While Feeders Are
Weak to Ten Cents Loner
SOUTH OMAHA, Oct. S, 1310.
Cattle. Hot. Sheep.
;..13.H .0"'"i Sl.lk'.4
Official Tuesday ..
Official Friday ....
fix days this week. .. ..111,8131 12.0W 142,711
Same da) last week.. .42,fi;( l.4.-t!
Same days 2 weeks ago.. 42. 219 20.9J3 140.2XU
Same days .1 weeks ao. .42,4 23,41S 14;,141
same days 4 weeks ago..S.S9H 2,1, Sits 142.MS
Kama daya last year.... 41,059 24.74K l.4.247
I he following table show the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at 3iuth Omaha
for the year to date as compared with last
XnT'- lfin 19W. Inc. Lea
cattue P01.975 8M.028 95,947
Hogm l.B77.3 td36.'i( 269.&.'.9
K"eeP 1,!,774 1.063,726 444,049
lie following table shows the average
prices of hogs at South Omaha for the last
cveral days, with comparisons:
Tales. I 1810. 11909. 1:0S. H!"37. 11903. 11905. 11W4.
Sept. W... 8 29-4' 7 H t K5 I
41 141 7 8K f 691
8 63 111
i 27 W! 7 SI' 6 20
(Hit 19! a i'4
I 6 13 S
( 2f I 6 74
6 If. 6 181
6 27 6 11I i 72
6 2i 6 08 1 5 74
8 2t 6 Oft' 5 7ti
21 5 0.1 1 5 69
I 6 or, I 5 (
6 30 6 08
REST price paid for M-hand furniture
fa 1 pets, clothing and shoes. Tel. U. 3871.
Choice wall paper H price, 2008 Farnam St.
TOUNG MAN desires place tu work Cur
bord and loom la private family wblln
tending aciiooL Koylaa College UuU
I t une
WANTED Eadles' clothes to launder by
first class laundress. Call Douglas 6601.
WANTED Situation as cook In private
faii.ily; no laundry work; wages $&; city
reference. Address D 224. Bee.
Choice wall paper H price, 2008 Farnam St.
YOTJNO lady wants position aa sten
orraph.r and general office work. K 24S,
Kanaas City Lire Stork Market.
KANSAS C1TV n-f irjTTi.Knk
celpts, 300 head; market steady; naieve
steers, nirtj7 k.i- i.. iuu.
I, ' 1 uiniivi 11 oi, 1 a , , 1.
5.00; southern cows, 2.76b4.25; native cows
Bn.l 1.1 I o -r ... . .T .
iinine, Kiao.io; siocKers ana xeea
rs, 3.2i'06.76; bulls, 13.26Q4.26; calves, 84.00
tiS.25; western steers, ,4.00Hini.tiO; western
HOGS Receipts, 2,000 head; market 64J
1 (V. Illtlnix tkl,1lr n u CAxo LA. ..
- "UIIV Ul Baa l3n, f 9. CRi: 9.W , II CM. V ,
W4O&8.06; packers and butchers, H.608.!0;
117 It W 71V.. (J I.E W
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 600 head;
market steady; muttons, $3.604.25; lambs,
.i60fo8.7o; fed wethers and yearlings, $3.76
feo.26; fed western ewes, ,3.5004.00.
St. Lonla Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 8. CATTLE Receipts,
LOW head, Including 600 Texans; market
steady; native beef steers, 14.507.60; cows
and heifers, 83.OOd38.76; stockers and feeders,
J3.5O4j6.60; Texas and Indian steers, 85.&O-0;
(.25; cows and heifers, 13.0)ni;4.3i; calves, in
carload lots, ItvOO-u 8.60
HOGS Receipts, 2.000 head; market 60c
lower; pigs and lights, 88.509.15; packers,
JSOOijiS.OO; butchers and best heavy, $8.60
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 200 head;
rr.arket steady; native muttons, $4.O0ijj4.26;
St. Joseph Live Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Oct 8. CATTLE Re
celpts, 8iK) head; market steady; steers,
$4.o0tf7.00; cows and heifers, 2.DO(ij'5.50;
HOGS Receipts, 2,500 head; market 60
lower; top. $8.90; bulk of sales, $8,504)8.86.
SHEEP AND LAM BIS Receipts, 100
head; market steady; lambs, $6.0O7.00.
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union block Yards, for twenty-four
hours ending at 3 p. m , yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. H'r's.
C. M. ft St. P 2
Missouri Pacific .. 4 .'.
Union Pacific 8
C. & N. W., east 3
C. & N. w., west 16 3
C, St. P.. M. & O .. 3
C, B. & Q east 3 .
C, B. & g., west 6 17
C, It I. & P., east 8 1
C, It I. A P., west .. 1
Illinois Central I
Total receipts 14 68 5
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Swift and Com nun v ...
Cudahy Packing Co ..
Armour & Co
Cudahy, from Denver
J. B. Root & Co
utner buyer 649
Totals "201 tTna 649
CATTLE There were mora cattle here
today than usual tor a Saturday, fifteen
cars being reported, but the most of them
were consigned direct to packers and not
offered for sale, so that there was really
not enough cattle offered to make
a market. For the week receipts
foot up 36,812 head. being a fall
ing off of almost 10,000 head ns com
pared with the same days last week, and
over 6,000 head as compared with a vear
ago. To put It another way, the receipts
this week have been the smallest of any
week since the last week In August.
Owing to the reduced supply of range
beef steers, there was no great change In
the market, and prices at the close are
generally steady with one week ago. On
the other hand, cornfed steers have been
very slow sellers all the week owing to
the very unsatisfactnrv
yaillng In eastern consuming centers.
Packers have all neglected the more ex
pensive cornfeds In favor of the cheaper
grass beef, and, as a result, cornfeds are
around 604p80c lower thin thev were ten
days ago. The decline on this k nd of rat
tie has been general at all points In the
Cows and helfrrs hsve been In brisk de
mand all the week, and. as receipts have
been moderate, the market has been In a
good, healthy condition, and at the close
of the week prices are Just about steady
with one week ago.
The market on stockers and feeders nns
been rather dlssppolntlng, as the country
demand has not pi oven as large ss an
ticipated. There never has been a time In
the h. story of the marlet when more
strangers visited the yards this week,
but. unfortunately, the most of them
proved to he lookers rather than buyers,
and the mnrkot we. more or less of a drag
all the week, with prices at the beclnnlng
considerably lower. Purine the lntter half
of the week the buying was a little more
act.ve. with the result that a pretty fa r
clearance has been mnde and the decline
of the early part of the wpek recovered.
Thus at the elnse of the week the markot
Is Just about where It was one week ago.
Quotations .111 native rattle: Good to
choice beef steers. H .yv$T .W: fair to good
beef steer. $5.7ri4?6.90; common to fair
beef steers, f I.M).uf. 7n. good to choice rows
and heir.rs. $4 MS fair to good cows
and heifers. .'!40W4tS; common o talr
revs rd Velf.rs. $.;.Vir n good to choice
stockers and feeders. $4 40-ffl 00; fair to good
stockers and feeuers. I4.XM 44; common to
lair stockers and feeders. H 2?iq4 (, stork
belfers. $3 H4 1; veal ralvea. W Wui.oO,
Lulls, rtsgs. ,tc, $3JnJ0a
Quotations on rsnge cattle- Choice to
pi una beeves. $6.O04e.50; god to choice
beeves. I6.26iu6 "0; fair to good beeves. (4 84)
0 .20. common to talr beeves. $3.704 40
food to choice heifers, $4.00U .00; good to
tnolce cows. M0C'&4.fl0; fair t- good grades.
U.40a3 CO; csnners and cutters, t.io'u., u
good to choice feeders, U.wtt.iD. fir '
iooil feeders. 14.214 ia.
HOGS The last two days of active buy
ing and higher prices In the hog yards
were more than offset by today s market
one of the slowest and lowest of the season'
nuppiiw.1 were limned, dui one or two of
the larger buyers were out of the trade al
together and others insisted nnnn sou- ,i
clines. Lower advices from outside points
eo iuiuiuuiiiii lurce to oearisu pressure
and movement finally started at the reduc
tions noted, a few selected loads going at
lesser declines of lfj20c. Trading was dull
from start to finish and It was almost noon
before anything like a clearance had been
Light hogs were none too plentiful and
moved more readily than heavy and heavy
mixed. Best lights on sale brought $8.75 as
compared with yesterday's high price of
$9.00. Heavy hogs sold around $S.104t8.25.
W hile receipts during the week were very
moderate, demand has not been very rc
Bponsive as a rule, and the tone to trade
was uncertain throughout. Early trade
was lower, but much of the loss was re
gained Thursday and Friday. Today's
slump wipes out all of the late improve
ment however, and current sales average
up about 25g30c lower than those of a week
SHEEP F'or the first time In several
weeks, the sheep and lamb trade Is cloning
with a few doubles, largely feeding lambs,
still In first hands.' Nothing fresh waa re-
ceivea toaay ana values remained
8a. rr No. at. Bh. r.
100 112 274 ... 1 28
06 43 2M 160 115
M i 10 44 M to I 25
10 63 80 S 26
40 10 61 212 40 8 25
W 8 15 7J 2116 80 8 25
80 S 16 4 268 280 8 27U
240 15 0 265 ... I glil
140 1 64 247 SO I 80
4 15 69 296 DO I 30
160 S 15 T. J71 80 I 30
6 46 lf5 80 10
40 8 16 71 247 140 I 30
40 20 60 2B ... I J2U.
120 8 20 44 2M go I So
320 8 20 20 iOt ... 34
... 6 20 49 260 80 37U
49 28 200 ( 40
80 8 20 107 2J 120 8 40
0 8 20 63 221 ... I 40
140 8 26 6:1 35 80 40
120 8 26 74 11 40 I 42
40 & . 71 2.12 120 8 60
... Ili 67 226 40 6 66
340 8 64
GRAIN AND PR JOUCti MARKET
Frices Are Bearish Despite Light
FOREIGN NEWS NOT EFFECTIVE
Herelpta less Than Year Ao, hat
Prlrrs Hold Low Lerel Great
Shipping Demand Keepa Old
Storka Cleaned I' p.
OMAHA, Oct. 8, 1910.
IJverpnol cables came weak and lower
this morning. Argentina news Is not af
fecting foreign markets. World's ship
ments promise to be heavy for the week.
Market conditions are bearish and despite
the fact that receipts have been less than
a year ago northwest markets have ac
. T'! i-ength In cash com Is the only
bullish feature In thnt market. A good
e hlpplnr; demand has kept old rtocks well
cleaned up while receipts have been ex
Wheat proved duli and a shade lower,
foreign markets being under pressure and
the failure of Argentina to make anv re
sponso to crop damage claims. Ori the
whole there Is little or nothing to relieve
the bearlshness and sustain present values.
Corn was firmer and a trifle higher.
Shipping sales are improving and small
stocks act as a check to hear operations,
with the continuation of fine weather re
ceipts should Inrrea.-e and no permanent
advance Is exported.
Primary wheat receipts were 914.000 bu.
mm Knipments were wra.oon bu., against re
ceipts last yeai of 1.8x6,000 bu. and ship
men is of S43.000 bu.
Primary corn receipts were 424.000 bu
and shipments were r.inon hi. .Din.
celpts last year of 507,000 bu. and shipments
of 5.17,000 bu.
Clearances were 71,000 bu. of corn. 2,000
281 000 bu wheat and flour equal to
Liverpool closed d lower on wheat and
TtKi mwi-r on corn.
Oranhit Cash Prtrea.
W HEAT No. J hard. 9Sci7$1.0OH; No. 3
n-aru. SM'jTOo; No. 4 hard, 87Jf9fiSe; re
jected hard, SmtiSfiic: No. 2 spring. 96c
TJ.nv-5, ,o. a spring. mTI.V-c.
CORN No. 2 white. 47'yn-iSc; No. 3 white.
4i'4c; No. 4 whit", 4''i4'ft47r: No. 2 'yel
low. 47ffi47lr- V H v.lUnr aiUl'aa-tia. x?
4 yellow. 46y?4fi'c: No. 2. 4V.ft47',c; No. j
",y,ivc; io. , 4b'4ig4ti'?c; no grade, 41Q
OATS No. 2 white, 31iifi31ic: standard.
8Ka31Hc; No. 3 white, 3HS31HC; No. 4
white. 30V(j3O4c: No- 3 yellow, 30330Kc;
No. 4 yellow, 29H'83014c.
R ARLE Y No. 4. 64i61c; No. 1 feed. 53
RYE No. 2, 71g72c; No. 3, 70H371Hc
Dun's Report of Bank Clearings
Stork In Slaht.
Receipts of live stock at the five princi
pal western markets yesterday:
cattle. Hogs. SheeD.
St. Joseph ...
St. Loula ....
.3,000 20,000 21,800
OMAHA WHOLESALE PRICES.
BtTTTFn-OesmerT No 1. delivere
the retail trade In J-lb. cartons. 31c; No. I
In 80-1 h tubs 80c: No S In 1-lh cartons
c: T-.o t In 60-1b. tubs. t7He: r.ack1n
ti' ol'l ,ck. S3o.. dairy. In Mh tuna.
?e Mnrke ehanres everv Tuesday
HIFFPK--, wins ISc- yonn, m.He,
19c; daisies 18c; triplets 18c: Ilmberger,
lc: No 1 brick. 184c: Imported Swiss 2oi
domestic Swiss. 24c: block Swiss X2a '
POULTRY-Dresaea broilers under t the
?0c- over 3 lbs . 16: hens 16o: cocks 10e"
ducks. 18c: geese, 3oo: turkeys JSo: pigeons'
per dos.. $1.20; homer squabs, par dos 84 oil
'sncy souabs. per dos . 83.60; No, L per do
$3.00. Alive: Broilers. 16c; over 1 lbs lie'
bens. Ho: old roosters, ec: old ducks' fuli
feathered. lOo: geese, full feat h. red ine,
turkeys, 16o; guinea fowls, 20o each; ptgaona
per dos., 60c: homers per dos.. JJ.OO; souatia
No 1. per dos.. 41.60; No. It, per dos 60e
FISH (all frosen) Pickerel. Uc; whitifl.n.
18c: pike, 15c; trout 16c; largo craDDlea
c: Spanish mackeral, ina: ) "c; hi
dock. 13c; flounders, 13c; green catfish is..
roeshad. $1,000 each; shad roe, per pair
66c: frog legs, per dos, 40c; salmon, lie
Beef Cuts-Rib: No I. J4HC; No. lju
No. , 8c. Lola: No. 1. 16o- No. J. 13VC- No
1. c. tputHi io; mo. 2, 6,c; No. t
TV regular moataly statemeat of bank rl earing afaln makes an nnfaverable eompsrlsoti
wlik prevlens fears; etatlstle cots piled by R. O. Pus A Oo. show total beak exekang 'or
Seeteinbor at 116 leading centers Id ihs raited State, aggrefraUnir 1 1.27tt.4.S, a loss of
IS S per pent, as compared with the same mnath last year aad of 13.1 per sent snmpared
with September, 1900. The loaves are du la great part to the pronenaeed deereaas a
New Terk City, as the majority of eittet emtaade that ceater report gslss otst both years,
some of which are suite large. The total entsjde of Naw York shews a trtHln j gala In eons
pariton with laat year, bat there la a largo lacreaso eror l0t. By far the best returns are
made by moat of the eltiee la the Central West and by the leading cities la ths Middle
Sooth, but the yoiuma of exehaagea at all eltlea la New Eoglaad. ths Middle Atlantis
States, and the 'Central West, la re-dared ander Wat year, chiefly beeaaeo ot le at
Boston, Philadelphia sad Chicago la New Kaglaad, Ineees also appear at soaw other
tmportaat caatara, da to aasrttled eoadltteat la the textile and other lesstlag Industries,
bat a aamber of points still mska galas, among them rrorl tens. Wore sat er, Portlaad and
Hartford. At many of tha eltis ra the Middle Atlantic, States there ar kHnMw, especially
la New Tork Stale; bat Pittsburg and Seraatoa make laereastd retnras. Tha leading
eltle In the Booth AtlanUe grates make a fayenhta comparison with earlier years, renertlag
era prcgrrR In that seetlen. Ameag the points making lb boat retnras ar Baltimore.
Atlanta. Savannah and Jacksonville Meet of tha mora Important eltlea thronghent the
Central South mak a Tory satisfactory showiag. and thongh there ar a few Iom thsy art
more than o,t by th good showing of sneh Important center as Now Orleans, St. Lonla,
Lenlsrllle, Nashrllm, Rlrmlogham, Houston and Oalreaten, which rasalta la aalto a aatla
faetory rain la th total for th entire section Although th total rotoras from eltlea In tha
Middle West do not mak an especially favorable exhibit a compared with last year on
account ot loose at on or two of the larger eities, met points mak gains, amaag tha latter '
being Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukee, Iadiaaapolls, Toledo, Peoria, Dayton, Toaagstown,
Canton and Grand Rapids, thee gains Indicating a continuance of activity at these
centers. Compared with 1900 practically every city reporta a larg Increase. In th Far
Wtat ths returns are mneh mixed, bat an Increased volume of hack clearing Is shown
at Minneapolis, Kansas City, Omaha, St Joseph, Des Moines, Denver and Wichita.
Generally satisfactory enilltin prevail at most poltiU on th Pact So Coast. Th com
parison Is mad below of bank exchange by sections oorrlng thro years s also th
average daily Ignrea for th year to data :
New Bag hum
New Yors t.lty
ATersae ilally 1
In th Far West gains and losses ar quite arenly divided, Increased exehangea appear
ing at Minneapolis, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Joseph, Denver and mih other centers. Tha
ft go re In detail follow:
1010. )o. p.o. )((. fn
KVli.8IS.173 870 3 s 73 - II I rt-ii.il ,(A LI
flK.i.Kti',7.14 ijtl.444.lll.i 2 4 Me 1...0'. 7lJ .l
WO.SJi jJ-4 9i.,l.Ml 41 tU.'IM.iaT -t8ft.I
tiO3..1ii.07 6i.4.Ml;c.i -fan 4-4.2fli.b30 i4.
l,6ll),K0t,.'Hl 1,578 Hll.741 I I l.W T.iKI i.ViO 1(1 A
6l(,3cli.:M 5478.X b 7.8 St.7.8,8.10 S6.8
4i7,lll).lH4 89(1.6 4.476 10.3 ' Stil44M !hl.
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FRUITS Oranges, California Valen-
clas, all sizes, per box, $5,004)5.25.
LEMONS Llmoniera, extra fancv. 300
eljio. per box, $6.60; 360 size, per box.
$7.00; choice. 300 size, per box, $6.00;
360 size, per box. $6.60: 240 size. 60c
per box less.
BANANAS Fancy select, tier bunch.
$2.25(32 60; Jumho. bunch, 82.75WS.76.
CANTALOUPES Osage. 12 and 15 alze.
per crate, $1.00.
ITALIAN BLUE PRUNES Washing
ton, per crate, $1.15; In lots, per crate,
PEARS New York Keifer. ner
$4.50; Colorado Keifer, 6 tier, per
$2.60: California Winter Nellla. ner
APPLES Home erown ronklnr.
ooi., j.tiufi ,.uu; Missouri Jonathan
Grimes Golden, per bbl., $4.25& 4.50;
sourl Ren Davis, per bbl., $3.80; Mis
souri Wlneeaps, per hbl., $4.00; Missouri
uano, per oni., 53.75; other varieties.
per 001., 14.no; new Oregon,
$1.7B; California Gravenstoln,
$2.10; California Belleflower,
ORAPES California Tokav, per crate,
$1.40; Concords. Michigan and New York,
per 8-lh. basket, 30c.
CRANBERRIES Per bog, 32.65; per
WATERMELONS Texas, lto per lb.
DATES Anchor brand, new, 30 1-lb.
packages In box, per box, $2 00.
FIGS New California, 12'4-oz. pack
ages. 85c; 8H-ox. packagea, $2.25.
VEGETABLES Potatoes, Earlv Ohio,
In sacks, per bu., 90c; white atock, extra
fine quality, per bu., $1.10.
SWEET POTATOES Virginia, per bbl..
f 2. 65.
ONIONS Iowa, small red and yellow,
per lb., 2c; Spinlnh, per crate, $1.25.
RUTABAGAS Per lb.. 1V4C.
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A WOMAN'S INVENTION FOR WOMEN'S COMFORT-conven-ience,
food and fuel economy--a whole outfit in itself-insures greater
leisure for the housewife and better and more healthful food for the family.
MARION HARLAND says: Like it so well my housekeeper uses
it every day." .
Mrs. Olaf N. Gulblin, chairman of General Federation of "Women's Clubs, writes: "The
Triple-Trick' has been a great success; have had mine about two years."
THE BEE has perfected arrangements for having this splendid household utensil shown
by its inventor, Miss M. Agnes Phelps, of Princeton, 111., under actual service conditions at the
Omaha Gas Co's. office, 1509 Howard street, October 1st to 10th.
This will be a rare treat for all interested in good things to eat, and new ideas concerning
MP VOUJ EATODIME IMLuncheon.
THE "TRIPLE-TRICK" ROASTER IS THE BEE'S NEWEST PREMIUM
. How to Get Onto
Subscribe for the Evening and Sunday Dec, and pay 15c a week for nix months. Tnlo novo for botn !ho
paper and Une roaalcr.
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