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TTIE HEE: OMAHA. MONDAY. OCTOBETl 2, MIL
r.titM .t rx ii i.ai run i.k
S'fVr: a re oiariK? .rrtiarda ti. 000.00.
I100.CO tah balance term. Hearing or.
cnard, (our years Send for booklet. Ale
iMuu i.miil Co., Audubon, Ja.
IOWA and NKPIIASKA farm, r.raham
ft refers. muiin Nnt'l Hunk Uldg.
lo you wont a ::?o-arre
"real est at e for"r entT
Farm and Henrh I, and.
I-'O rrr Irrigated, 4 mller from Wheat
land. Wyo. : all In H'.falfu: 1 section 10
niiira rrnm Klmliall, .Neb.; ?i acre
lir.'krn: fine land: anil 1' nrrn 12 miles
frum Atklimon. .Nel. II. (ros, V1 8. 2Jd
WAXTKl City Innn and warrSnTT
W Farnam Smith A- Co., MIN Farnam St.
OMAHA Property and Nebraska Lands.
O'KKK.FK ItKAb F.8TATK Y..
I.-1 - .New Omaha Natl Hank Hulldln.
MONEY TC LOAN Fay ne Jnv. Co.
WANTKl) City loans. Peters Truiit Co.
iri.uoO. ample real estate security,
years, 7 per cent. D 3W, Uec.
CITY and farm. JOHN N. FHK.NZKH
MOXKY to loan un business or resi
dence properties, l,ou to JWI.OOO. V. H.
THOMAS, 603 First Nat. Hunk Uldg.
lion to I10.0H) made promptly. K. D.
Wend. Wead Hid.. 18th and Farnam.
LOW RATES, HF.M18-CARLBERO CO.,
iiO-SH Hrandeln Theater Bldg.
WANTED FARM LOANS. Kloka In
vestment Company, Omaha.
FIRST TRUST CO Igfll
LAIUJE city loans wanted; mortgages
k bonus boiiKht and sold. HTULL bKUS,
QABVIN BROS-a S
i PER CENT LOANS ON KA8TERN
We will receive applications for loans
to be closed on or before April 1, 1U.
Inquire of local correspondent of the
Northwest Mutual Life Insurance com
pany, or of E. IS. Mtephenson, dpeclal
Loan Agent. Lincoln, Neb.
TO TRADE 160 acres New Huron, 8.
V.. price (10.000; mortgage 5,iJ. equity
4,OXi. What have you? C. C. lssenhuth,
740 Brandeia Theater Bldg.
TO TRADE A ;:.000 equity In a fjve
room house, barn and two lots In Omaha
for automobile. J. A. Chambers, Ander
WE exchange properties of merit. C. W.
Welsh. W-Vi U. N. Bee Bldg. Doug. 7806.
EXCHANGES A. C.
Trade. D. 1W7.
Jewell. Board of
HALF section of good land, I miles
frmi Kimball, Neb. (county seat). Twenty
acres and a town lot In the onion belt
of Texas. Twenty acres bud two town
lota In the fig and orange (gull toast;
belt of Texas. Two nice quarters of table
land near Julesburg. Colo. Will consider
bunch of good horses, good cattle or
clear, sarnlnit town properly. Address
Box 64, Albion, Neb.
EXCHANGE for what you want. Bhopen
it Co., Exchange Experts, Paxton Blk.
SEE J. L. Barber to tell, or exchange
anything. 440 Board of Trade. I. 4241.
TRADES If you have anything to
trade, write me. S. E. Walt, 817 Bee Bldg.
ISO improved farm, Minnesota, for
Omaha residence or merchandise. 640
Logan, county. Nab., for merchandise,
ta Cheyenne Co., for Omaha city prop
erty or merchandise.
ALXJg dt NANCOLA8,
441 Board of Trad.
WANT to exchange my $3,000 equity In
160 acres; good Improvements; for good
o acres or lese, or stock, tools and
equity for hardware. Id.uOu long time.
Y 12, care of Omaha Bee.
EXCHANGES, all klnda; list with us;
rend for exchange book. Colorado Land
A Investment Co., Palisade, Colo.
I HANDLE exchanges everywhere. For
results see) me. Def n. 17 Bee Bids- D. 13SI2.
WANTED TO BUY
CASH paid for books. Crane. Ill S. 14th.
WANTED to buy small barn, to move.
Tel. Harney 4K79.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED To rent 4-room house, part
modern, in any part of city. Address
N. U. Bee.
YOUNO lady bookkeeper, experlenoed
la alt branches of uldca work, aeeka posi
tion; can handle correspondence and
ales and carry on other responsible
work; first ctaas references. Address Y
YOL'NU laay, with high school educa
tion, wieuea position. O all. Bee.
MAN Wants position aa Janitor; good
rafrtmltrM Alllli-MU H - 2 j r.r. liu
LMKWI' ..lux.. . - , 1,. u I . . . .
engaged at once. Douglas tUH.
A CAPABLE energetis woman of ex
perience and ability wants position aa
vouk and housekeeper for duo house, or
in widowers tami.y. can furnish beet
references. Addreae airs. hi. W. Uit West
kd ot , rsorih 1'iatle, Neb.
WANTE1 Place on farm for boy li
years old. b 336. Bee.
AN experienced pharmacist with the
beet possible references aa to character
habits and ability, wants work In Omaha'
Boulh Omaha or Council Bluffs. Will
work for a moderate aaiary, if work Is
permanent. Is also competent to fill al
most any position In a drug or book
store. K llu, care Bee.
POSITION by all around printer; com
petent as foreman; it, years1 experience
strictly sober; married. Address. Y Ml!
LADY wants) cooking In family. Web.
OFF1CK clerk with typewriter, want
permanent position. Handle correspond,
ance, billing. No shorthand. E Jul. Bee.
WASHING wanted, rough dry. H. 412.
LIVE STOCK FARKET oTwEST
Ship your stock to Booth OmahaT
save mileage and shrinkage; your
consignment receive prompt and
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
Byers Bros, at Co. Btrong and responsible.
A'OOD BKQ8-. S4- Exchange Bldg.
Great West. Com. Co.. Omaha & Denver.
W. K. BM1TH A KON )uat handle sheep.
W. F. DENNY at CO.. CI Exch. Bldg. "
TAOq BKOB. handle cattle, hogs, aheep.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. a Exchange Bldg.
Donahue sV Randall Co.. tu2 Exch. Bldg.
Clay. Koblnson A Co.. M Each. Bldg.
The Standard Com. Co., 114 Exch. Bldg.
W. U. SMITH at HON Just handle aheep.
Interstate Co. Better r.suita Ship to ua.
BUKKE-KICKLY CO.. m Exch. Bldg.
U B. KOliEKfa A CO.. Exch. B.dg.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Some Cattle Higher, Otheri Lower
for the Week.
HOGS ARE 35 TO 40 CENTS LOWER
heep and l.amha of Praeflrallr All
Klnda Selling- About Where
They Here at the C lose
of l.nat M eek.
OtflrlBi MoikIhv ..
Off ills I Wednesilay
Hlx days this week
Same days last ween
3 4S. 477
Same das 2 wer'"i aK0.2'i,'iw'i
lsme days 3 we. ei aso SMOi
Same days 4 wen.., nno.2x.44ii
Sumo duys last year.42.iWi
The follnwlne table the receipts
of cattle, nous and sheep at South Omaha
for tlm year to dale, ns compared with
last year: tsr.l isir.. Inc. Dee.
Cattle 82H,7H9 S;5,ikS 40,2X9
Hik 1.I2.!I7S l,6fi2,rixS 2I,387
Shrep I,MU,20 l,sKI,73 6.6S3
The f'dlowliiK table shows the overnc
firlres for hoMH at tiouth Omaha for the
est several Uitys, with comparisons;
Data. I 1811. ltlO.HM9.19On.19i7.1906.19uj.
Sept. 20.1 C3-' 8 13 s 171 IS 731 C OR
Sept. 21. 6 tilm s 47 it li 87 6 Ml 6 12,
eVpt. U. ei 4Ji 8 loi all 14i
to-nt. 231 6 w. k 44 I 12. ".b 6 89i
Sept. 34i I II 441 s lbl 6 7b t VU1 171
Kept. 2.,.) 0 I 8 1 6 77 1 6 Vui 6 ln 6 26
Hept. 2i. 6 3eVl t 4S 1 7 Kui 1H, Ui
H.-i.t. 2... 6 2ovi 8 4i 8 ltii it 7 8 201 6 1
Bept. 28 1 ( 14.. I 8 32 8 UN 6 C7 6 W t 18 6 Is
eept. -ia. 1 isvs, a 2i V ! ba 21 a 1
bept. HO. I ( 22V 8 41 1 7 8 W, 03j 6 13
Receipts and disposition ot live stock at
the Union Htock Yards, botith Omana, for
twenty-lour hours ending at 3 p. in. yes-
Cattle. Hogs. Blip.Hra.
C , M. &
C. at N. W. (east)
C. N. W. (west).... 1
C, Ht. P., M. O
C, B. A Q. (east)
C, B. A Q. (west).... U
C, K. 1. A P. (east).. ..
C, R. I. A P. (west).. ..
C, U. W
Total receipt! 13
Cattle. Hgs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co..
nwiri dr. CO
Cuduhy Packing Co
Armour A Co
C'uda.y from Denver 280
tJuaany from B. St. Paul ...
F. B. Lewis.
J. 11. Bulla..,
L. F. Husa...,
CATTLE RecelDta nf rait. ..!.
of no consequence, there being only thir
teen cars reported in, which was not
enough to maae A market. For the week
receipts foot up 88,103 head, being the
largeat thua far this year, but still ahow
Ing a falling oft ot 4.600 head aa com
pared with the same week of last year,
ihe receipts lor tne month foot up Ul,r0
head, which la a falllna off of 4&uj0 head
as compared with the same month last
year and the smallest of any September
tor several years.
vvnne the market on beef steers showed
a little weakness on some days the loss
haa been recovered and at tne close ot
the week beet steers are verv rli...
steady with a week ago. The best corn-
fed steers here brought 17.80, which Is
within loo of the extreme high price of
tne year. Ihe trade on most divi w.
reasonably active and the market In a
good, healthy condition.
The chief feature ot the week's trade
In cowa and halters was the slack de
mand for the better grades, due to the
fact that packers were securing a large
supply of cheap beet steers, which took
the place of tne cows. As a result of
this the better grades of cows and hell
ers are around I0DJI60 lower for the week.
On the other hand, the common to me
dium kinds of cows known as canners
and cutters were In active demand every
day, and at the cloee of the week are
fully steady with one week ago.
Mtockers and feeders were in the best
demand that they have been thus far tins
year, the sales of that kind of cattle
being heavier than usual. HUH the coun
try waa not lnollned to allow prices to
advance very much, and in spile of the
active market prices are not over lOtolic
higher than one week ago.
Quotations on native cattle: Good to
choice beef steers, r7.2f.1.liO; fair to good
beef steers. Hf.ou7.2u; common to fair
beef steers, !4.7iUti.W; good to choice heif-r.'66-7
"""d to choice cows, M oO
4(8.00; fair to good cows, )3. 76414. 60; com
i'."!Jl V J1' cow"- W.76442.76; vsal calves,
yuotaiiona on ranite cattle: Oood to
cholc beef steers. (. liusje.oo; fair to good
beef steers, 6u.0WUu.e0i common lo fair
beet iltyri 4.46.S&; good to choice
V. ?. " r". -80&6.36; good to choice cows,
64 4oau.l0; fair to good cows, 83.764(4 40;
good to choice Blockers and feeders, 8.1.011
jKmo; fair to good Blockers and feeders,
J4.SV6.O0; ; common to fair Blockers and
feeders. tt.54Xu4.2a; Blocker heifers. U.iota
4.40; bulls, stags, etc., 83.26d4.O0.
HOOS Sellers In the hog yards used
supply figures as a bullish argument, but
their efforts were not very successful.
ITIces ruled a nickel hlnher early, but
packers akreed to atrontier prices only
under protest and movement acaleward
was at no time very active. Hales made
at the extreme close carried figures that
showed little, if any. Improvement over
those of yesterday.
Yard estimate called for only forty
loads and the actual offerings were
largely on the pa.klng order. Nothing
really choice In the way of bacon ani
mals waa received with which to make
a representative top. '
Shippers were fair buyers. -from a per
centage ylew point, purchasing about
elfnt loads of the better quality animals
on.J,fl""1,i 4rdr Oood packing grades
suld largely at 86.J0 and bulk of business
was at 8U.2JK06 25. The best bacon weights
on sule landed at tcao, Ideutlcal with
yesterday'B high price. ,ul
Durtnic the week the main feature of
the trade was a steadily declining scale
of prices. The slight reaction of yester
day, together w ith today s strength,
leavea the trade lust about af.4oc under
the market a week ago. Supplies proved
seasonably moderate and the shipping
mand. on n""'t OIv '"eked both tone
t . v TUIUIII.
Receipts of hogs for the month of Sep
tember are In round numbers lls.000 head
snowing a gain ot about 17,000 head over
the slarvatiou receipts of September of
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Hva Ktoek CosBBBtaelesi Merehaats.
Allen Dudley A Co., ttt-37 Exch. Bldg.
Cox A Jones Com. Co., bunch of hustlers.
Ralston A Fonda, live stock com. mer.
Farmem L. B Com. Co.. Iu Exchange,
Deposit proceeds ot shipments In Stock
Yards Nat l Bank. Only hank at yarda
WINN BROS. It CO.. Exchange Bldg.
LAVERTT BROS.. 138-40 Exch. Bid
Paxtqn-Eckman Chem. Co. at'k re mod lea.
Martin Broa. A Co.. 363-T Exch. Bldg.
Alex Buchanan A Son. 164-64 Ex. Bldg.
OMAHA THE GRAIN MARKET
WEEKS GRAIN CO.. grain merchants
consignments solicited. tV Brandeia.
THE UPDIKE GRAIN CO. Consign
mnis carefully handled. Omaha. Neb.
UKRRIAM COMMISSION CO. "Ask the
man who has tried u.
Nebraska-Iowa Grain Co. 74 Brandeia
ELEVATOR CO.. who.eaal.
gram, hay, chop feed. 7x1
.. 9.fli 7.M3
,. fi.H.I) &"H
. a,r.u .iv6
. m;. 8..V1J
last year, and smal! Inri.i over 1h
cnrrefpondlna monihi nf lit and lfna
but there Is a falling off of Sl.uno h'-nd
as rompared with r7
. . M4
. . 14
h rt No. s a r.
J4 I 17Uj 71 Ill 0 ti 14
10 1714 17 Il ... 1 2U
40 to 44 m so lit
1(0 I 20 M l i ... t 1:14
... 10 11 Ml 144 t?v.
40 20 41 m too t a
240 4 20 40 iTI ... 4 U
40 20 72 Ill ... I 21
40 4 2 t7 IV) ... n
1.0 4 20 44 1M 124 4 2.'.
... 4 20 43 244 ... Ill
40 I 20 ft 2l ... 4 2S
0 10 12 22 140 21
to I 20 41 2rt 120 IB
140 I 20 M ir.0 M III
... 4 20 IS ri 40 I 21
40 I tn 71 201 M I u
... 4 M 40 211 10 4 t.l
... 4 22'4, 40 JM 1M I :r,
... 4 72'4 70 21 110 I t7!4j
124 4 22 L, 142 ... 4 t
. . .
.141 ... 4 1244
8H!-:K' Absence of both fresh and
stnle of ffrmKX In the aheep barn did not
permit of an actual market arid prices
In all bronriiFs ot the trade remained
nominal. Nothing was held over from
yesterday and the new estimate called
for only a handful of stock, not enough
to teat values.
Flral count on the week's supply gives
a total that easily exceeds tne expectancy
at Inst week's clone. In the neighborhood
of 14.ri,(n0 head of sheep and lambs were
received In all, most Ruesses a week ago
placing the run from 110.000 to 12f.,Oo0
head. Last week s marketing amounted to
only 136,1100 head, while receipts this week
rolled up a total of over 1K6.000 head
Despite this apparent decrease ship
ments were better distributed through
out the month and the present September
leiord, filo.uoo head, stands above every
other September total ever made In the
history of the Houth Omaha market.
Hulk of recent supply consisted of
lambs, mostly In feeder flesh, and the
demand on most days had healthy tone.
Everything cleared with litis selllna ef
fort, Tuesday's session belnaj the only
alow one. Fat lambs broke lutulKc at that
time but these losses have sine Hj.an
recovered and the trade Is closing juat
about steady. Fancy lambs are quotable
as high as 6u.&ri, but the ordinary good
classes are selling around 6.M6.fio.
Straight strings of fat lambs were rare
exceptions and packing supplies were
usually sifted out of the sorting gate.
Kat sheep ruled firm from the start
end show no quotable changes as com
pared with a week ago. Toppy fat ewes
are still moving around 83.66 and choice
wethers touched the 8400 mark on two
or thre occasions. Yearttng trade was
rather uncertain, due largely to a meager
aupply of "breakers."
Business In feeders kept Its usual form
and current values are pegged fully as
high ss those of a week ago. It anything,
feeder ewes ahow a little strength, but
the remainder of the list is almost Iden
tical wtln the same quotations last Sat
urday. Iowa and Nebraska orders were
the mains supports, tidy ewes selling
around $2.!KVfi.l.oo, with the better kinds
of feeder lambs moving at and above
IV 15. Limit on feeder lambs remains at
10.30 and anything selling b)ow 86.00 is
not very respectable. According to pack
ers' tab, the week's buy on country ac
count amounts to 103, J0 head, about 70
per cent of the receipts.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
good to choice 85.60'n'6.!iO; lambs, fair to
Kood, 86.256.6d; lambs, culls. 84.76ia6.16;
lambs, fecdrrs. 31. iSyO.JO; yearlings, good
lo choice, :4.:ii4.tio; yearlings, feeder.
M.lOyn.&O; wwthcrs, handy, 33.768H.OO;
wethers, heavy, 33.40g3.K9, wethers, leed
ers, 83203.66; ewes, gouc to choice, 43.0
63.76; ewes, "sir to good. 83.003.40; ewes,
breeders. in.2f.,i4 00; ewes, feeders, U.3iti
loo; ewes, culls, 31.60fe2.3b.
CHICAGO LIVH STOCK MARKET
Demand for Cattle and Sheep Weak
CHICAGO, Sept. 30. CATTLE Receipts
estimated at aoO head; market weak;
beeves, H7o48.1u; Texas steers, 64.3OQ-O0;
western steers, 84.2ixi7.O0; stockers and
feeders, 83.26oj6.66; cows and heifers, $2.UU
46.20; calves, 36.00fe.60.
HOUH Receipts eatimated at 8,000 head;
market slow; light, 86. Mu 6.15;, mixed, 86.0,5
4t6.H0; heavy, 8o.80ffi6.70; rouh, 6,YS0i,t6.0fi;
good to choice heavy, 3t.uii4i.i0; pigs,
84.Ouvi4l.26; bulk of sales, t.l0ra,6.M.
BHEEP AND LA MRS Receipts esti
mated at 8,000 head; market weak; native,
I2.2f.tj4. Oil; western, 2.76(U4.10; yearlings,
8386''a4.60; lambs, native, 84.0u5i0.OO; west
Kansas C ity Live Stock Blarket.
KANSAS CITY, Hept. 30.-CATTLU Re
ceipts 6,000 head, inc luding 200 Boutherns;
market steady; native steers 35.2iU7.j;
southern Bleurs, 33.soki7.00; southern cowa
and heifers, 3.00i4.&0; native cows and
helfera, 32.004; 7.00; stockers and feeders,
$;!MIi6.0: bulls. 11.M1.4M: raJves 14 00
fe'7.76; western steers, 34.604i7.20; western
HOON-Recelpts .,000 head; market
steady; bulk of sales. 8fi.26d.40; heavy,
8ti.2;6i6.40: backers ami huii-h.r. u Un
6.4f.:, lights, 3 204JS.45; pigs, 34.Oiio.00. '
on r.cr Aivu i.AMiis-Kecelpts none;
market steady; muttons, 33 26(04.10; lambs,
34.7Mi6.1; range wthers and yearlings,
33.2iu4.76; range ewes, 32.604t4,00.
St. Louis I.tre Stock Market.
PT LOUIS Mo. Sept S0.-CATTLE-Recelpts,
1,000 head, Including 200
Texana; market steady; native beef
steers, 3H.0Om4l.OO; cows and heifers, 83 00ij!
7.26;. stockers and feeders, 83 OOW6.00
Texas and Indian steers, 34.OQ4T7.00: cows
snd helfera, 83.00t6.00; calves In carload
HOOS-Receipts, S.200 head; market
strung; pigs and lights. 86.30ti4.60; pack
ers. 84 !5.j(6.20; butchers and best heavy.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Recel pts. 20
head; market steady; native muttons.
33 2i.iiT4.00; lambs. 34 OO&6.00.
Bt. Joseph I. It Stork Blarket.
BT. JOSEPH. Mo.. Sept. 80. CATTLE
Receipts, 600 head; market steady, steers,
84.60ii7.78; cows and heifers, 83.004i6.75;
HOGS Receipts. t.000 head: market
steady to strong; top. 36 46; bulk of sales.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 200
head; market steady; lambs, 36. 00i.00.
Stock la fight.
Receipts of live stock at the five nrln.
clpal western markets yesterday:
cattle, lli.s-s. sneep.
.8,730 17.700 3,730
Mlaaeapolls Grain Market.
MINNKAPOLI!. bept. 30. WHEAT
September, 31-06; December. 81. 08V
May, 3112H; No. 1 hard. 31.l'; No I
northern. 1.0',.al.S,; No. luirth.rn
31 04-V&1.0KH: No. 3. 9Hc4(31.02i.
BARLEY 75cfi1l 18.
CORN No. 3 yellow. 66c.
OATS No. 3 white, luyltic.
RYE No. 2. JIkJSI'c.
H RAN In 100-lb. eac-ks, 3-,1.50i22 00
FLOUR First patents, tf. 3iK,if, i- aM-nn
patents, 84H 20; first clears, 33.80414 16
second clears, 82.7ViUa.10. .
Philadelphia Prod ace Market.
PHILADELPHIA. r!pt. S0.-BCTTER-Market
firm; extra v.. n em creamery, 31c;
nearby prints, 82c.
EGGS Firm; Pennsylvania and other
nearby firsts, free cases. 37 .60 per case
current receipts, free cases, sr.90 per cse:
western firsts, free cases, 37 60 per case;
current receipts, 36.00inlS) per case.
CHEESE Firm; New York full creama
fancy, 14c; fair to good, 144jlVtc.
NEW YORK. SepU 30.-OOTTON Fu
tures closed steady. Closing bids: Oo
tober, 10.00c; November, lO.Otic-; tecember
lrtloc: January, lOloc; February, 10.14c;
March, 10.24o; April. 10-2!c; May 10S7c:
July, IO.400; spot closed quiet; middling
uplands, ll.Jjc; middling gulf, 1060c; sales.
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL, Sept. 30. WHEAT Spot
dud; No. 3 Manitoba, 8slV,d. futures
firm; October. s4idi December, 7sd',
March, 7s 64d.
CORN Spot easy; American mixed. 6a
lid; futures, firm; October. 6Ud; Janu
ary. 67Ad. 1
NEW YORK. Sept. 80,-suOAR-Raw
quiet; mucovado. 89 test. 6.86c- cen.'
trlfugal, M test. 68fic; molassea auaar in
powdered, t.koc '
Osaeha Hay Market.
OMAHA. Sept. 8O.-HAY-N0. L 312 00
No 2. 3II.W). cuarae. 810 00; pavulng aiock"
37 (Hi( uu: alfalla. 1J 00 x ,.. iMC.'
84 6cu6.0o; rye and oats, i.u0. s
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Market Conditions Better and Wheat
Rashes from Korthwest
LONG C0EN IS LIQUIDATING
Wheat Daller Today, War Kiwi Is
(ieaerally Discredited ssd the
leavy Northwest Receipts
taaae ,osgi to Sell.
OMAHA, Sept. 20, SU.
The market ODened less warlike
There Is a feeling that the kraln trade
will be little effected aa the trouble will
not be likely to spread. Weather condi
tions have Improved In thee northwest
and there Is a rush of new wheat to
market. The demand for hard wheat
and Improved prices hardly offset the
bearlshness In the Increase In stocks
and the let up In the milling demand.
There haa been rnnsirierahle llnuldatlnn
of long corn. The news, however, has
been bullish wet wethear, light country
orrerlngs. atrona- cash values vet the
trade shows very little snap. If the
country offerings continue light, values
will likely advance.
Wheat was duller tndav. war news was
aisrreciitna and heavy receipts In the
northwest caused some longs to sell. Cash
wneat was strong to lc Higher.
The trade in corn waa well mixed and
values were a bit easier. News continues
punish and higher levels are likely.
Primary wheat rerelnta were 1 Od 000
bu. and shipments were 4!fl.000 ou..
attalnst receipts last year of 1. 111.000 bu.
and shipments of 1.002,000 bu.
Primary corn receipts were 687.000 bu.
and shipments were 400,000 bu., against
receipts isst year of 614.000 bu. and ship
ments of 622.000 bu.
Clearances were 119000 bu. of corn.
1,200 bu. of oata and wheat and flour
equal to 313,000 bu.
Liverpool closed Hr4d hlxher on wheat
and Atd higher on corn. -
The following cash sales were re
Wheat No. 2 hard: 8 cars. 9$Hc: 12
cars, use. No. 3 hard: 1 car, Mc; 3 cars,
Vi'ic No. 8 mixed: 2 cam, 9Rc.
Corn No. 8 white: 4 can). 64Hc No. 2
yellow: 1 car, Mc; 2 cars, 634o. No. 2
yellow: 1 car. 64c; 6 cars. 6.1 a No. 2
color: 1 car. 64c. No. 8 mixed: 12 cars.
Wc; ( cars, (WVic No. 4 mixed: 2 cars,
Oats Standard: 6 cars. 4534e. No. 2
white: U cars. 46c.
Omaha Cnan rrlces.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. BTUefllll.OO: No. 2
hard, 7tr9c; No. 4 hard, S44i98c.
CO Rat No. 3 white. MVi4M,c: No. 2
white. 64A4ii64Hc; No. 4 white, 63ti4Ho;
No. 8 color. tttlMWc: No. 3 yellow. SiWci
i3c; No. 3 yellow, 63A4j63c; No. 2, 63
fr3c; No. 1 SSV"S3Jc; No. 4, 63K4VB4c;
no graae, uw-c.
OATS-No. 2 white 4Mi4fic: standard.
nVWtette: No. 8 white; 45MiH6o; No. 4
white. 4646Ho; No. 3 yellow, 4646V4jc;
No. 4 yellow, 4444T)'e. ,
BARLEY Malting. 31.08(21.18: No. 1
RYE No. 2, S78S9c; No. 8. 86S3o.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Rt. Loots General Market.
BT. LOUIS. Oct. 80 FLOUR Dull- rl
winter patents, 84.40g?4.HO; extra fancy and
straignt. x4.u04vi.S6; hard winter clears.
SEED Timothy, 312.50214.60.
CORN MBA L 83 20.
BRAN Uulet: sacked, east tranlr ti 11
61.17. ' '
HAY fteadyj timothy, 320.0C3i2S.OO; prai
rie. 312.Ony.16.0O. ..eww , pi a.
PROVISIONS Pork, higher- lohkin.
116.60. Lard, higher; prime steam, t!)
30. Dry salt meats, unchanged- hn..
extra shorts, 39.00; clear ribs, 39.00; short
clears, 19. 12. Hacon, unchanged; boxed
extra shorts, 310.00; clear ribs, IlO.OO; short
clears, 310.12H. '
Kansas Cltr Grain sad Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Sent. DO biiivit-
Unchanged to lo lower; No. 2 hard. 31.0041
I -OH; N. 3. tWcfrSl.OB; No. 2 red. 99c; No 3
97Wic; December, 97H4l98c; May, 31 02H '
CORN Unchanged to tyo lower; No.' 2
mixed, 67c: No. 8. 66Hc; No. 2 white, 67ie
No. 3. 674e67Hc; December. 61c; May
OATS-Market He higher; No. 2 white,
Now Is the Time
To select a comfortable, well lighted,
ventilated office or suite of rooms in
which to transact your .business. A con
siderable portion of the business man's
time is spent in his office and he should
locate where the environment is most
conducive to success.
THE BEE BUILDING
IS THE PLACE
where inducements are offered to those
seeking desirable quarters. New elevators have
been installed at no little expense, enabling patrons and
their clients to reach their destination in the building with
the greatest amount of safety and speed. The lobby, court
and corridors have received a thorough rejuvenation, and
with their new coats, present a cheerful appearance. The
offices throughout the building have never been permitted
to look otherwise than clean and attractive. You pay of
fice rent only. All the incidentals, such as janitor service,
electric light and water, are included in the price of the
Obtain satin faction by renting
one or more of the following:
HOOMS 644-040 form a Yery good combination on the top floor facing
the east. One room la 11-4x19-0, and the other 9-8x19-6. The
last mentioned having In connection a good sited vault with
helving. It la difficult to find office vacant affording guch con
veniences and the rental price for both is, per month $ 38.0o
ROOM MS la divided Into three room a by tile partitions, thua mak
ing each office a private one. Two doctors could occupy thla
una to aarauiage, using tne reception room jointly. There is a
total of 670 square feet, which Include the vault- Renta for. oer
ROOMS 41S. 418. 40O, 407 and 51
In price from
ROOM 023 Is a good Inside room.
The Bco Building Compaivy
3ee Business Office. 17th and Farnara Sta.
47ft 47c: No. 2 mixed. 46W4RWV
HA Y T'nchanged; choice timothy, 318.60
ifilt : choice piairle. 312. 13 v.
BUTTER Creamery. 2iHc; firsts. riVic
aeennda 21 He: marking stock, 171V5.
MKJS Extras, 22c; flrats, 90c; seconds
Wheat bu 86 000 63.O0
Corn, bu 26,000 47.000
Oata. bu 17.000 ,M
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
I.tlt'f BP T . Uwlaa lm..
l.Iir.r.niv iiiiwi ici " , ,
can Swiss, 22c; block Swlrfh, 18c; twins,
ltc; daisies, loc; triplets, ltic; blue label
brick. 16Vc; lumburger, 2-10., lc; Urn-
hurirer. 1-lb . 19c
in, ITER No." 1. 1-lb. tarton. 2Rc; No.
1. In 60-1 b. tubs, 27c; No. 2. Zm; packing.
POULTRY Broilers, 18c; springs, 13c;
hens. 18c. cocks. c: ducks. 16c; geese.
hr: turkevs. 2oc: ijlceons. ier dox.. Ii.60.
Alive: broilers, 13c; hens, HVjo; old
roosters and stags, 6c; old ducks, full
feathered, loc; geene, full feathered, loc;
turkeys. 18c; guinea fowls, 16- each;
pigeons, per dox., 10c; noniersT per dox.,
12.60. suuabs. to. 1. II. bo: no. z. two.
FISH J'lckeral. lie: wnite. zoc pine.
16c; trout, lix; large crappiee, Ifxtflsa
Spanish niackeral, 19c; eel, 18c; haddock,
13c; flounders, 13c; green catfish, 16c;
roe shad. 11. 00 each: nad roe. per paid.
Wc; salmon, 13c; halibut, 10c; yellow percn,
8c: buffalo. 8c; bullheads. Ho
BEEF CUT pRicto itios: No. L 18c;
No. 2. 13c; No. 3. sc. Loin: no. 1. isc
No. 2, 14c; No. 3, 9c Chuck: No. L 7Vc;
No. 2. bc; no. 3, be. rlound: No: 1. lie
No. 2, 8Wc; No. 3, 7c. Plate; No. 1, bc,
No. 2, bu; No. 3, 4c.
VEGETABLES Beans, string and wax,
Per mkt. bbk., 90c. Cabbage, Wisconsin
per lb., c. Celery, Michigan, per dos.,
3ic; or-trado Jumbo, per dox., 66c. Cu
cumbers, home grown, per dox., 600. Kgg
plant, fancy Florida, per dos., 1.60. Gar
lic, extra fancy, white, per lb., 12c. Let
tuce, extra fancy leaf, per dos., 40c. on
ions, home grown, white, per crate, $1.76;
yellow, per crate, 31); red globe, per
lb., 2c; Wisconsin, yellow. In sacks, per
lb., zvfcc; tipanisn. per crate, 11. yo. r-araiey,
Fancy home grown, per dos. bunches, 46c.
Potatoes, Minnesota, per bu.. 31.06; Wis
consin white stock, per bu., 90a. Sweet
potatoes, Virginia, per bbl.. 84.26; per bu,
bak., 3160. Tomatoes, borne grown, per
mkt. hk.. doc.
APPLES Cooking varieties, per bbl.,
z.10: jonaman, per out., e.w.
BANANAS Far.cy select, per bunch,
li.ib'al.w: J 11 moo. per ouncn. s2.7b0ffii.7B.
CANTALOUPES Colorado, standard, 46
count, 82.00 per crate; pony crates, 64
count, 31 75; Colorado Osage, 12 slse, per
CRANBERRIES Early black, per bbl..
8T.2f: per dox, .(o.
DATES Anchor brand, new, SO 1-lb.
Dkgs. In boxes, per box. 32 00.
GRAPES New York Concords, per 7-lb.
GRAPES-Calltornla Tokay, per 4-bak.
LEMONS Llmoneira brand, extra
fancy, 800-360 srxes, per box, 36.00; Loma
Llmoneira. fancy, aoo-300 sixes, per box,
(6.76; 240 and 420 sixes, 60c per box less.
ORANGES Niagara Redlands Valen
clas, 96-126 sizes, per box, 4.26; 150-176-200-216-250
tfl7.es, per box, 84.76.
PEACHES California and Washington,
per box, 80c.
PLUMS California, large red varieties,
per crate, 81.26.
fMUM.1)-Italian, per dsk. crate, i.it.
PEAKS Utah BartletU. per 60-lb. box.
82.60; lots of 10 boxes or more, per box,
32.3n; California B. Hardy's per box, 32 36.
MISCELLANEOUS AimondB, culilor-
nla soft shell, per lb., 20c; In sack lota, lc
less. Braxll nuts, per lb., 13c; In sack
lots, lo leas. Cocoanuts, per sack, 36.00.
Filberts, per lb., 14c; In sack lots, lo lesa.
Peanuts, roasted, per lb., 8Vic; raw, per
lb.. 7c. Pecans, large, per lb., 16c; In sack
lots, la less. Walnuts, California, per lb.,
19c; In sack lots, lo loss. Honey, new, 24
Mllerankee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE, Sept. 30. WHEAT
No. 1 northern, $1.11(0 1.12; No. 2 north
ern, 1.02iii1.10; No. 2 hard winter, 31.00
1.04; December. 9c; May, 31-044.
OATS Standard, 48a48"4c.
BARLEY Malting, 31.12411.23.
Omaha Produce Market.
BUTTER Creamery, 26c; pacgage
EGOS No. 1, W4c; No. 2. 13c.
POULTRY Broilers, 12Hc; springs, 9c;
hens. 8Vic; roosters, 6c; ducks, 10c;
nnlath Grain Market.
DULUTH, Sept. 30. WHEAT No. 1
hard, 31.0V; No. 1 northern, 31.08'; No.
i northern, Sl.Ot'tVJrl.OBVs; No. 8, 31.00;
1.02V; September, 31.077,. asked; Decem
ber, $1.08; iluy, 81.12, asked.
are all small offices which range
fio.oo to fis.oo
14x19 feet, with vault.
. . .918.00
Xlic Omaha Dec n Great
Ho. 48 Monday,
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book title not a scene or character. Catalog... I
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- - Hflpvavy vi iuv vuiavaias a7ejej aim
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will ba a blaas tor the contoMant to till In the title ot tha book.
. -Cui.out both tha plctura aat tha blank and fill la tha nama and author of tha book
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No rcatrlctlona will bo placaa on the wajr In Vthlch aniwara to tha pictures mar ba aa-curd-
Kaoh picture npraaanU only on a title ef oaa book. If you are Dot aura of a title
ana wish to Bend In mora than one anaw er to each picture, you mar do ao BUT not
MORK THAN r'lVB AN B WICKS TO ANT ONE P1CTUH8 WILL li PERMITTED. In
oorroct answers will not bo counted acaiaat oontaatanta If correct anawar la alao gtraa.
Mora than ona anawer abould not ba put on tha aame coupon. Extra coupona ahould be
uaed for oatra aniwara. AU anawera to tha aame number ahould ba kapt tosothar whaa
ndlng la tha eat. Only ona Hat may fee submitted bj one eonleataut. though any Hit may
hay flva aniwara to each punla.
Tha number of coupona used anawera siren most be plainly written on the outside at
each BET aubmltted, but do not write auch Information on tha wrapper.
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ba aant la with tha aniwara. In order that all anawara ba uniform. Additional picturea
and coupona may be obtained at tha office of Tha Bea by mall or In peraoa.
Whan yon hare all MTenty-flTe plctutes. fasten them tngather In a KUAT package and
bring or mall them to Tha Omaha Bea, addraaaed to BookloTara Contest Editor. Prlsea
will ba awarded to tha conteatants aendlng In tha largaat number of oorroct aolutlona. In
event of two or more persona having tha aame number of correct aolutlona, tha peraoa
using tha emaller number of axtra coupons In his set of anawara will be declared winner. In
event of two persons bavin the aama bvuiber correct and using tha aama number of cou
pons, the person whoaa aet of anawara la moat neatly prepared. In tha opinion of tha full
Judging committee, will receive the first prise.
Only ona list of aniwera may ba aubmltted by a contestant aid only ene prize will ba
swarded to ona family at ona addraaa
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submitted In any legible manner tha contestant may aelect.
Award! will ba made itrlctljt according to tha merit of each separate Hat. -
Tha nama ot more than one parson must not be written unon mi one min.
Tba awsrdi will ba made by the Contest Editor and a committee of well-known cltl
seua. whose samea will ba announced Uter.
."he contest la limited to tha following territory: Nebraska, Wyoming, that portion of
Iowa waat of but not Including Dee Moines, and that section of South Dakota known si
tba Black Hllla District.
A 6-passenger 19ll Model White Steamer Touring- Car odorless, smokeless
ana noiseless. No cranking; no ahlfting: of gears; any desired speed. White
r.i",. . , .,rw" oacn uoceeaina; year. Has practically an endorsement
of the United States government, which owns and operates more White
uimi ici. LMMfi h 1 1 nrn.r par. pnmn nan
Ished. unlimited power, controlled speed,
at Prnaunonaa. 18th ana SMxmj atav.
SECOND PRIZE 2UI0
In the soft, semi-tropic, climatic sone, extend
ing north from San Diego to Shasta County, Cali
fornia, Ilea Tehama county, in which is situated
this beautiful little 10-acre ranch near the town
of Red Bluff. This Is fruit land of a very high
order and Is part of the celebrated Lutheran col
ony which had its inception with an Omaha
clergyman. Literature describing this property
may be seen at the oftJce of TBOWSKISOB-BOXr.
BTEB CO, la the City Hatlonal Bank BnUdlnr,
FOURTH PRIZE j8
Ralston is to be a manufacturing city. They
have a fine start with the Brown Truck Man
ufacturing Co., the Rogers Motor Car Co.. and
the Howard Stove Works. Everything desir
able to comfortable living mav be found there.
On one of the main business streets The Bee
2?",r?J?1?rte1 U". ourh prize a business lot
25x100 feet, and valued at 927B.
FIFTH PRIZE, Value $225
. In the same town and with the same prospect of advancement, fhe Bee
has .elected a residence lot 60x120 ft., ami vo.lfie.1 qq
wtthl ,t0.n 1" th onlrln,er4bm
. . , . , . l' mo i ij i a.
4 omplete lnrnrmntinn .hnut .hi.
SIXTH, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH' PRIZES
This enrwelonerll. 4-,Ti" -"""5 n,.cn founded In 178.
be seen at tha Omaha office" of' VT
FORTY-FIVE CASH PRIZES
Five Prizes of $10. Ten Prizes of $5. Ten Prizes of $2.
Twenty Prizes of $1.
WATCH FOR THE DAILY
October 8, lll.
ess am 1
based the c?ulou. 3 T, Th 0 S'?M
tarsal nrant emr.lrtaa sV a-k.v n
FIRST PRIZE JSSoo
Richly upholstered, beautlfullv fln-
Thls oar wtu he exhibited In Oman
THIRD PRIZE $ouS
magnificent, fancy walnut XBEX.li
A riVATBB-FIAVO Which noth
ing can excel. No other player-piano has in
the absolute the "human touch" so desired by
a musical ear and so prised by the manufac
turers. This Instrument will be exhibited, ex
plained and olayed for anyone who wishes to
see It in the ware rooms on the third floor of
THE BENNETT CO.
trolley line running
out of Omaha and
the office of tha BAXtost
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This ingenious encyclopedia, which Is a develop,
nient rather than Invention, has besides its con
veniences the value of hundreds of editors men
tally equipped to make one of the greatest ency
clopedias ever complied. One of the strongest
recommendations for this work is that It la from
'toi.A0Lr.S ""if1' "Id house of THOI,
MELBOI m BO MS. of Maw Turk T.s-.nl am inkh.
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