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THE BEE: OMAITA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 191L
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat la Tim, but Corn and OaU
, Are Easy.
WHEAT IN FAIR CASH DEMAND
Cora lar Par tke Market Ha
Bailed Tee Hiak aa4
' that Pair Weather Will
OMAHA. Nor. . jm
Today's market a firm In wheat, easy
Id corn and easy In oats.
Wheat went during th lon to Vo
above yesterday a clone, ut declined at
the end to one-half that fain. Corn
oloed with a loss of ie split for the le
rernber option, after reaching a point
o above yesterday eloe. Oat clord
with a Inn of "o from the close of yes
t'My'i market. . ,
Liverpool closed unchanged to Ho higher
en wheat and to lower on corn,
Minneapolis reported a fair cash ds
mend for wheat, with premium un
changed. No. 1 northern b.lng 10) V
over itecembnr. flour ealee are attll
Jlght, but two mllla reported better bum
ne. Minneapolis atoak of wheat in
creased TS.U0O bushel in ana day.
Com bears claim that the maikat rTaa
been bulled too much and that with fa
vocable weatner.or Increase In receipts
prioee should ffo lower.- It - wea-notice-at.le
that aome scattered hsiders JUjul
Oated following aome or the lareer onea.
Sulla said they believed' there bad been
decline eooush. 'while the-bear Instated
that Ui tnarket. will not stand rood olt
, To fonowtn,T clearance were reported:
"Wheat. Ml, 000 bushels; flour. l,u bar
rela; corn, M.0M bushels; oata, bush-Iwu?-
1 The follower oeh ealea were reported:
WHEAT No, bard, t care, WHo. N.
durum, . mixed. Via. No. I aprlng, 1 oar,
fl. N I herd, 1 oar, MUo. Mo. I hard,
X oar No. I mixed, 1 car, WHO.
CORN No. jreiiow, new, oars, OHe.
No. I. care, lc; 1 car, 8a; I oars, 40. No.
yellow, t cars, tie; 1 car, SlHo, No. 4. 1
iex. tMtei I oar. Wo; 1 car, tiVa. No. i.
new, i car, io; i car, mg. No. a, caw,
a oar. He. No. 4 white, can. Mo, No, 1
IwbltA i car, KH; 1 car. tla.
OATS-Jto, white, ft. cars, tefto.
UBUadard, 1 oar. GKo.
OaeaJua (ut rYtta.
' WOTAT No. t hard, xHoCtl.M; No. I
'Jiard, ;voeiun: No. 4 hari, Aeeo.
CORN No. t wblta, xanVo; No. I
"white, aioycivei No, I ooior, ovsHii No.
a yellow. 4fol4o; No. I yellow, eiipei'o:
Jo.- yellow, Wo: No. 1 Wo; No. ,
JHo; No. 4, eff4ioi no grade, Mtfttw.
OATS-Wo. S white, 476470) atan-
A aoa ws born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Fuhop Wednesday, November 2.
Mrs. John Marshall la vtsiaog g fw
45ys in BU Joseph, Mo.
Mrs. Mllleg- of Valley vtaltsd a fW days
last week at the P. Jv Flynn home.
Joa Lahuslock waa called to Pea
atolnea, la,, by the dsath of bis sister.
Mr. and Mr. Edward Meek have re--turned
from Iowa, whera they visited a
'Mr. and Mrs. Joseph alcQulre enter
tained at a family dinner at their noma
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tra-cy entertained
last Hunrtav (or F. O. O'Hailsroa of
Winner, a. D.
Mrs. M. P. Gould will entertain the
wood Circle at her home on next Tues
The Methodist Ladles' Aid society held
business meeting at tha church Wednes
Mrs. Rewey entertained the Ross Hill
F.mbrnldery club at her home last Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. C. a. Keller entertained
Ht dinner last Sunday, wneu covers were
laid for seven.
Mrs. Van Andon and Mrs. Oates have
returned from McCleilan, la., where they
visited a week.
' Miss OHve Eaton and Mrs. Julia Haffk
of tuniiha were guests at the HutiUe
Lome last woek.
Mr. and Mr. A.' Brent visited a few
day at tha home of a Belvcrs, while on
a wedding trip.
The Kp worth lesgue held A social at
the church laat Friday evening, which
was well attended.
Union Thankiglvlng aervlcra will be
held on next Thursday at the Methodist
tliurch at 11 o'clock.
(Might damage was done to the E. J.
Nealy home last Monday night, from
an oil stove explosion.
The Woodmen of the World will give a
larg dance In the near future, with the
Benson orchestra muslo.
Misa Blanche Darner la at the home
of her slater. Mrs. Kerry since leaving
Wise Memorial hospital.
MUa Laura Yule of DelaveA. 111., has
been a guest of her oousln, Mrs. Ernest
rindoll, for a few days.
Mrs. C. W. Brumfleld and children
have returned from a two months' visit
to Maine and the coast.
Mrs. J. B. C'orbaley entertained tha
O. K. D. Kensington club at her bom
laat Wednesday afternoon.
R. T. Mitchell vial ted at the borne of
Ms brother here, while on lila way home
from the went to Chicago,
Mr, and Mrs. Laiis nave returned to
their home in Newport, Neb., alter, a
vait with Irtenda In lienson.
Mr. ' and Mrs. lw Kaber left last
Wednesday lor Caiiiurnia, where they
Went ou a twelve das' trip.
Miss Marie 1'owor of Columbus, O., ana
Jtltse Neiue Long of Mount Ayr, la., are
slues ta at tlie i-ar Long home. -
The Degree of Honor louge will enter
tain at a ocia4 net vveaucailay evening
lor in em sera and their families.
News has been received of the wedding
Of Misa Jaaud Ellis, formerly of Irving
ton, and Charle Urant of Omaha,
Mrs, II. 1. Melons of Linooin and Mra.
W. U. fan ell ot cmcago, In., have boon
ueeu at the Ueorge tSneU home.
Mrs. Harvey of Benson and Mlas Black
of r'latlamouih. Neb., were uinner guoals
At the auaaet bom last Thursday .
The Frank Rouse Ororery company,
who are building on West Main Hired,
will bold an opening on December 1.
Mr. B. belvers entertained at luncheon
at her home imtl Aioiiuay, when covers
Vera laid lor ten guests of llenaou.
The H. L. B. club was entertained on
Thursday at the M. itnrnard a parson
. uuiltlng was the work of the day.
A Tuesday sewing club was organuvu
Jael weea at the home of Mr, hi. Curl
eoo. 'ihry will uivet every Tuesday alter
Mlss Grace Carpenter returned last
Muniiay to her ttoiue in Creighton, Neh.,
after a few days' visit wun rolatives
Mrs. Hoffman returned to her home In
lllythvUie. too., alter a two weeks' vlult
ui the Hume of her daughter, Mrs. j,
Jterfcwt. . :
Mr. Maud Zwelful la aulng for a dl-
y vorco fruin Dran tiiutH-k, recently of Llu
roiu. '! he roupl were married eiiu
Kv. ir. Wilson of the Freabyterlan
rhurch IJl liiuatrat "Hen liur'' this
evening, with moving pictures, and a tela
nil the sitme.
A Junior union of the Raptlyt rhurch
Will be orgamxed next WeUneauay at 4
o 'ciut'k, at inn t liurch, under tne uirectlon
uf Mrs. liryce.
A i:unikr of the band boys met with
Dr. Laud of Oman for the purpose ut
1-uMlbiy cfle.Hins a regular organisation
lor the . wlutcr.
The Juhn and R. L. Robinson families
wtx,, culled to Omuha lul VV eunnadnv lu
aIi. nd tha funeral of their aunt, Mr.
Atkinson of 'lexa.
Mr. and Mia F. D. McCray eutertalned
i a biilhuxy arly ut Wuvk in houur
of tnelr auu's biithday. About twenty
gueis were present.
Wiiliara kiaxon Uft last Thursday for
lila huuie In Wet inui. Wla , after a
lew oays' vielt at the InirM uf Mr. and
Mr. K. R. Itoaworth.
A number of ths veterans and Relief
Corps of this place atiendd the Ma,drr.
uu n.einuiial aervlcra, ho;d in Omaha
lt TueJay evtntn.
W'li.uxo ScUadd of Tuton, in, wU a
dard, 4TtJ47Vip; No. t white, 4Ha44o; No.
t white, uHc.
" Wheat. Corn. Oa
Chicago , 1 XII 111
Minneapolis .....374 ...
Omaha It 41 II
Duluth 17 ... ...
MCW YORK liCERAJi MAItKKT
Qeetatlea nf the liar ea Varleas
NEW TOItK. Nov. 25 FXrOT'R Ptesdy
prtng natauta, 16 'yS.4S; winter aualnhi.
4 ii4.Jk: winter pal onto. $I.3.V4.7; pp. In
clears, MJCfi4.W; winter extras. No. 1,
Hf&.).; winter extras, No. Z, il.tty&K;
Kaniafl straight". 4.'ff4 a Bye flotir,
?ulet; fair to good. eti.4l4.9T; choice to
ancy, .irtx,h . Buckwheat flour, quiet,
e-t per 1 11.
cornmka U Pteady; fine white and
yellow, tl 'siM; coarse, 1.JWjLSu; kilo
dried tn tSf4ia.J6.
KVB-uiet; No, t 89a, nominal, c. L. t,
Buffalo to arrive.
WHKAT-Bpot market firm; No. 2 red,
elevator. expot and Wo f. o. b.,
afloat: No. 1 northern Duluth, tl.14, f. o.
b., afloat. Futures market waa firmer
on better cables from Europe and
Argentina, lighter receipt, good raalt
al1 In th west and reports of good
export buelnea In Canada, doping at
unchanged to He net advance. Decem
ber. Vao, claeed at l -!; Way,
tMir 4 llH,. closed at l M'd. lle
oelpta. lHi'D bu.; ehlpmeuta, :i2,2 bu.
CoKN Hpot market easy; export, new,
7iVs, f. o. b., afioat, to arrive. Futures
riomlnaJ. ltecelpts, bu.; shipments
OATS Spot market flrmt standard
whit. Mu In slevatorj No. 2, 64'4fl; No. g
and 4, Mr; natural white ana white
clipped, iWTWw on track. Future
nominal., llectdpta, 2,S0 bu.; hlpments,
KEIIDSteadyi weatarn bran, 100-Ib.
sacJta, t?5.14; standard middling, 10(Mb.
sa-ka fl.0; city, 1-Ih. sacks, $r.2V
itAi-vum; prime, gt.so; iso. i
No. 2. Il lVl.tO; No. I. Mcitl.C0.
nurn-nrmi state comruou to choice.
Mil. 2-a07o: 1310 nominal.
'HIDKO-Pteady; Cential Ansarlca, Utte.
UCATHF.h Hemlock first. TTto; so
Otxle, I2UM4o; thlrda, lalc; reject, lc.
. I'ROVlSlONsV-Pork, ateady; me.
tl7.7Mfa; family, I30.ooua.fll); short
clear, t!7.2T1M.S5, Beef, ateady; mesa,
tl2.&rrfia; family, tl4.00914.H; beef ham,
tauOsnJl.Ou, Cut meat, steady: pickled
bell lea, 10 to 14 pounds, t10.Otfcu.lu.2o; pickled
bams, U.nj'll.f, liid, tuy; middle
west prime, tt-anta refliifd, easy;
continent, t 10; South Amsrica. $10.50;
TALLOW-Bteadyj prim city. ce-,
BUTTBH - Firm; creameries, Wc;
ereamerlea, extras, Ito; creameries, flrats,
WsoaMrc; creamery, held, peulala, aattf
Gossip from Omaha's Suburban
visitor two days laat week at the home
of his sister-in-law, Mrs. J. N. Horton,
while attending a convention In Omaha.
Miss Oertrude ITlllgan of Benson and
John J. Fuchs of Omaha were married
last Wednesday at Bt. Bernard's church.
Mr. and Mrs. Fuchs will reside on South
Tire women of the Tititheran churoh held
a two days' baiar last week, which proved
a success. A chicken dinner was servsd
Wednesday evening, with lunches and a
Mr. and Mrs. Corbaley entertained at
dinner Inst Monday for Meeare. Robert
tmtth and L. B. Htmpson of Benson and
the Misses Mabl Leslie and Nettle Huch
Inson of Council Bluffs,
' Tie Infont daughter of Mr. and Mre.
J. Martlg died Monday morning and the
funeral services were held last Tuesday
at the home, being private. , Interment
was at Mt. Hope cemetery.
The city council met laat Thursday
night when the city engineer made a
report on th laying of new water mlns,
and a request for mora were tnude. itou
tlne business waa transacted.
The funeral services of Harvey Melton,
who shot hlmsolf at liis home Tuesday
evening, wss held last Thursday after
noun at his late home. Interment was In
Washington county ccmatery.
Th Benson Olrls club Is planning for
a season of banket ball, with Miss Mo
Conahay of Omaha as Instruotor on two
W ednesday evenings of each month, leav
ing the regular meeting on Fridays.
The Benson Commercial club has been
fully organised with C. C. Williams,
president; a. F. Klstler. vice president;
U. 11. Tuttle, secretary, and K. M. Jacob
berger, treasurer. Tills . club itlins to
Mrs. Floyd Mitchell entertained last
week for her daughter, Mamie's birth
duy, when the Misses Jennie Jager uf
Richards. la., 1 Intel drivers of Atchison,
Kan., and a number from Omaha and
Benson were th guests.
The Benson High school foot ball team
Is coming to the front In playing after
a few losses. Theat beat I'apllllon Satur
ony, a week ago, and Florence on last
Wednesday, 12 to 0. High school was
closed for the last game.
A postal savings bank was opened In
the local poet of rice last Wednesday morn
ing at a o'clock. The first In line were
MisB Helen McUulre. Mlas Helen Jnrg
ensen and Miss Katie Van Horn, About
thirty depoHits were mado. '
Mlaa Emma Rack entertain am Run.
day for Misses Emma Bowley, Laura arid
iiuas j-ubi, ueorgia Morton, Carrie Hea
bark. Lillian Photos and t'harintta m.i.
choir of Benson. Ruth Wagner, Kate
Davla and Elisabeth Jorgenson of Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tlhka
about ninety friends at the Eagles' hall
last week. In honor of their golden wed
ding anniversary. Mr. and Mia. Tlbke are
W and 77 years of age, respectively. They
have lived In this vicinity over thirty
years, and have many relatives and
Mrs. VfAweril HaM h m ..1-1. i
Omtft thla afternoon.
C. Wvrirk Itlani at-.r- I. -a t.
with him rtjvinlly In Bavunnkh, Mo.
The. MAAllnWss hlllol titan ..-. a tn..-
-"' aieeas -'Wg t. 11ajOtl Ull
account ol the health of Mrs. ''Meadows,
W. B. Wells of Savannah. Mo., vice
nreaiilent . f ) 1 . ... K. . . 1. . .
... - - ' wu. na, IVIUI IIVU
for several days this last week.
Mrs. Dave Ham spent several days at
la Plalta vlaltlnir rrl.n. ...i 1..
ohe returned horn Bunilay evening.
The little daughter of W. B. Weatherly
hss been quite aick for several days, but
at this time lias Improved very much.
Mrs. W. A. Taylor of Flattsmouth. Neb..
vlmted Katurduy and Huoday with her
Notes from Fort Crook
Private Sawyer of Hotpital Corp. Appointed Sergeant, Commit
ion to Date from November 8 Moving: Pictnret Uaed in Conneo
tion with Sunday Evening Servicet Pertonal and Social Notei.
Private Edward It Dawe, hospital
corps, spent Sunday with friends at Lin
Private First Class Charles E. 8awyer,
huvpttul rois, and dental assistant to
Dr. Mason, from Fort knelling, Minne
sota, waa appointed serueant to date
frum November , per warrant dated
aurgenn general's office, Washington, D.
C. Nove.-nber 10, Hill. Private Mawyer
took the examination for sergeant hos
pital corps while at Fort Omaha, Ne
braska, during October, lull.
'i'ho rnovii k pictures In connection with
the regular tiimday evening service, com
bined with the forceful logiu of a popular
chaplain. Is proving more than a succet.s
a evidenced by the Urge crowds which
till I hu chapel on thene evttiluga. A
stirring War drama, "Fighting Under
Jurinxon uud Lee," was shuwu Sunday
Sriseant First Class Frank O. Nico
dciuua, hospital corps, who has been on
sick report since November T, iu re
turned to duty Novomber 20.
Major F. A Dale, medical corps, was
Sn Omaha visitor Monday afternoon.
Prlvato Verner T. Whitaker, who an
drrwent a slight operation November II
and stfiit two daye In the linkpital, waa
returned to duty November .
Mr. and Mra. F. o. jsicodemus spent
Monday afternoon with friends lu Omaha.
A new telephone switchboard Is being
Installed at Fort Crook central, and all
extra. KTir-, first. aHftmv,
process, spclsls. 5c; factory, current
inske, firsts. TlWZZc.
KHS Firm; freslt gathered, extra.
41i43c; extra, flrsta, j;j.; firsts, tn'j
lc; held. freh, Kor to fair, Jl!7o;
Iresh gathered, dlrll, Nnl 1, ti23c;
freed gathered, checks, prime. 20i'; re
frigerator, special marks, fancy local,
storage charge pnld, 23c; relrlgerator
scconls, stotbge charges paid. 20'21-v';
refrigerator, thirds. li'glOc; western gaUi
erert, whites, 3-fi4.ric.
PdI'IjTRT Alive. Irregular; western
chlrkane, Wjllc; fowl. Mr1r11V: turkeys,
iVnltt: Prrssed, steady; western che-g-ens,
1", fowls, jlbc; fancy turkeys,
&2Su; others, l2!c.
OMAHA GEXKRAL MARKET.
BUTTER No. 1. 1-lb. carton. 83c; No.
1. In oo-lb. tuba, 3tc; No. 2. 3c; pack
CHFKSB-Tmportcd Bw!ss, o; Ameri
can Swltt, 22c; block Hwlsa, 13c twins.
174c; daisies, i,:; triplets, lJlc; young
Americas, uic; blue label brick, 18c; llm
berger, 2-lb., ISo; 1-lb., 19c
FOU1.TRT Hrollers, lHc; epiing, llHo;
bens, !'; corks. l'V; duck, lc; geese,
Wcj turkey, 22c; plgeona, per dos., tl.6n.
Alive, In oilers, liVvo. hens, Sc; old
rooster anil stags, 4c; old diickjt, full
fratheied, ll,ic; geese, full feathered,
lftHc; turkeys. l.c; guinea fowls, 16o each;
pigeon, per dos., .j; homers, per dot,
iLM; iwiuaha. No. 1, $1.(0; No. 2, UK.
FlSll-nikeral, 11c; white, iHr plka.
lfc; trout, llftl3:; large chappies, 15M1S0
BpanlNb-tnackerai, lc; eel. We; haddock,
llc; fioiinUrrs, 13o; green catfish, liifloo
roe shad, 11.00 eaclt; shud roe, per pair,
UK), ealinon. U:; halibut, '12c; yellow
perch, 1c; bullafo, be; bullhead, U:
IlEliF CUTS Klbs, No. 1, lc; No. 1
12Vc; No. 3, SSto. ijn, No. 1, lHo; No.
2. Wc; No. J, 0V- Chuck, No. 1, 7H;
No. t, e; No. I, 6(4o. Round, No. L llo;
No. a, o: No a, Stao-Plale, No. L 6o:
No. 2. to; No. , 4,o.
FRUI'l'S, iTC. Apples, cooking- varie
ties, per bbl., f 3. 7 ; Jonathan and Qrlme
Uolden, per bbl., ft.M; aa Davis, per
bbl., J.W; California Helleflower, per box,
li.; Culotado Jonathan, extra fancy, per
bug, U-&0; Waablngton Bpltcenberg, par
box, Af); Washington 11. Heauty, per
box, az.00; Washington Btaman W'lnesap,
per box, $!.fio. Heoanas. fancy select, per
bunch, $2.2260; Jumbo, per bunch, tiTi
t4.7C. Cranberries, Wlaoonsln fancy, per
bbl., IS.to. per box. tS.OO; extra large
Jumbo, per bbl., tlO.M. Dates. Anchor
Krni4 M- rjA 1 II. I 1 w
box, tZbX Fig. California, per case of
13 12-oz, pkgs.. liSc; per ease of 36 12-os.
Ukgs.tt2.60; par caaa of CO 6-os. pkgs., t2.W;
New Turkish, t-crown In SO-lb. boxes, per
lit., loc; e-crown In 20-lb. box's, per lb.,
lte; 7-crown In to-lb. boxes, per lb.. 17o.
Orap fruit, FloHda, 4-a sisea, per crate.
4.7txn..0l; 80-M-44 sixes, per crate, I5.2A.
Grapes, California Tokays, per 4-baskst
crate, $1.24; Malaga, grapes In bbls., i.6th3
daughters, Mrs. Thayer Propst and Misa
Evelyn Taylor. .
Mr. and Mrs. Ierett Alexander and
children returned last week from a sev
eral days' vlnit at the home ot Mrs. Alex
Da a dee.
K. E, Thomas la la Idaho on busi
ness. Mrs. II. V. Reed returned Tuesday
from a visit at Klngsley, la.
H. BJ. Johnson spent th latter part of
ths week in Columbus on business.
Mrs. Allonsworth of Clalosburg, III., was
the guest lent week of Mrs. J. J. Lampe.
Mrs, C. L. Dolan has returned from a
month's vudt In Minneapolis and St.
W. . T. Belt returned the first of
th week from a trip to Minneapolis and
Tho Woman's Missionary society of the
Dundee church met Friday at the home
of Mrs. J. J. Lamp
Th tl. V. M. Luncheon club will meet
Tuesday with Mrs. V. 11. Nichols, Fitty
ilrst and Dodge streets.
Neal BowlHy of Chicago will be the
guest over Thanksgiving of his parent,
Mr. and Mr. O W. liowlby.
The Misses Elisabeth and Anna Lax
sen entertained a few friends last Sat
urday evening at their tiome.
George Roes, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Rosa, jr., has gone to hi lather's ranch
lu Buffalo county for the winter.
Miss Marie Mickey, daughter of ex
Governor Mickey, was the guest for a
tortnlgbt of Mrs. W. O. Tornploton.
Mrs. T. V. Ijirson and son, Howard,
returned the first of the week from a
visit with relatives In Newark, Neb.
Mrs. Miles Oreenlnaf entertained at
luncheon Monday for an old school
friend, Mrs. Warren Dennis of 8t. Paul.
Charles Post and family have returned
to their home, sis) North Forty-ninth ave
nue, after several weeks spent in Denver.
A beautiful luncheon was given last
Wednesday by Mrs. W. T. Robinson In
honor of Mrs. A. C. Robinson of fit.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Dodds expect to
move Into tholr new home at Fifty-first
and Nicholas street by th Christmas
C. K. Harden, who lias been the trues;1
of Ids uncle. D. L. Johnson, left last
week for Fremont to enter th normal
Prof. Walker, head of the commercial
department of Corner unlvernliy, spent
two day or the last week with Mr. and
Mrs. Namuel Coiner.
Mrs. II. . Bell and mother, Mrs. lief
fley went to Lincoln last week to re
main until after Thanksgiving with Mis.
Ueachley, Mra. Bell's sister,
Mrs. O. 8. Brooks gave a supper laat
Sunday evening lu honor ot her house
guests, the Misses Maua. J easts ana
Minnie Brook ot Clarlnda, la,
Mrs. H. C. Van Gleson entertained
twenty-two ot the Dundoe girls at her
home Thursday In honor ot her grand
daughter, Mary Elisabeth Hamilton.
A house warming and kltchsn shower
was given Monday evening at the home
ot Mr. and Mia. Earl tiherman. About
twenty-tour guests gave the young couple
a complete surprise.
Dundee women wtiA attanded tha
luncheon given at the Rome botel In
honor bf Mrs. Pankhurst, who was a
guest In Duudee tor an hour or two one
day, were: Mrs. W. E. Bhafer, Mrs.
1 bane voiimer. Airs. c. p. a. Tobin,
Mrs. Louis A. Burshelm, Mrs. U. W.
UI,La,.h.in kl I 1 HM.I. kti-a Tl
C. Dodds. Mrs. D. C Johns, Mrs. I. 8.
lavlu, Mra. W. B. Howard, Mrs. l' K.
Mayer, Mrs. L. J. Qulnby, Mrs. W. L.
bi ay ton and Mls Elisabeth Hewitt.
outside lines are undergoing reconstruc
tion. The work Is being done by Private
First Class Ross and First Class Sergeant
Uunner. l ulled Mates signal corps.
Squads from the different compuntes of
the Fourth Infantry vjnay be seen every
afternoon buarly prxnlcing foot ball.
The 1-adlea' Afternoon Card oluli rdet
aith Mra. ltasiter Moialay. Mrs. Hwitser
and Mrs. (lleiulennlng won the prises.
A large number ot officers and women
attrude.t the erforniaiice ot "Madam
Butleitly." ms guests of Ueutsnant and
Mrs. Urlfflth, on Thursday evening.
Captain and Mra. Nuttman attended
the foot bull gam at Uncoin Saturday
as gueaU of Captain Vales, stationed
at the University of Ncbraoka,
Mrs. Kartiliam enter tamed at brldg
Urdneaday evening. The guests lu.
eluded Colonel und Mrs. ljisaiter, Major
and Mr. Atkinson. Captain and Mrs.
Nuttman. Captain and Mrs. tSnltxer arid
Dr. Maaou. Mra. Hwitier tarr.ed off the
w. men s prlxe and lr. lltmn the men's
Lieutenant and Mra. Bunb entertained
before tue hop for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
('. tSinllh of Omaha and their guesta. Miss
Phels. Mr. and Mrs. Lowrle, Childs and
Lieutenant and Mra. Clarke were
Omaha visitor Monday afternoon.
fceiKrant Uershuerg, hosiltal coriia, was
an Omaha visitor Friday evening.
J. Short has been on the sick list for
the last week.
(00. Lemons, Umonetra brand, extra
fancy, VA slxe, per box, K7S; tm site, per
box, MM, Lcma Llmonelra, fancy, aoo
H) slxe. per box, t4.0; 240 and Cu siiea.
t"c per box less. Drangea, Niagara Red
lands Valencia. W-12H lseja, per bog.
V4 2i; 1IA-17H ZuO-210-20 sites, per box, K M.
fears, alitor nU B. Clailgeau, per bo-lb.
allHCELLANEOL'8 Almonds, Tar
ragona, per lh., S4o. In sack lots, la less.
In axil nt.. per lb., 14c; In sack lota, lo
less. Cocoanuts, per sack, 5 .50. Flilwrta.
per lb , 14cj rn sack lots, lo less. 1'eanuia,
roasted, per lb., mc; raw. per lb., 7V.
Pecans, large, per lb.. 17c; In sack lots,
lo less. Walnuts, new crop, 131L Cali
fornia, per lb., ?Hc; la sack lots, la lose
Cider, New Nehawka, per l-gal. hi bbl..
ti t"); per 30-gal. bbl., tf W; New York
Mutt's, per l.Vgal. H bbl., tJ 10, per 20
gal. bbl., KM. Honey, new, 24 trances.
IS.78. Kront. per 16-gal keg. Ki.75-, per -gal.
keg. tl-10; Wisconsin, per '.i-bhl., H60.
CHICAGO L1VB STOCK MARKET
Deaaaaal fer Cattle and Hheen Steady
CHICAGO, Nov. 2i.OATTLE-Rceelpts,
ofin head. Market eteadv; beeves, tt.oftft
BOO; Texas steers, H4.OOSS.70; western
steers, t4.4OC7.30; stocker and feeders,
tz.'.'WH,.t; cows and heifer. tl.SWo.Sl;
calves, t-"' .Wj.ii. T
HfMjS-Recclpta, 14.000 head. Market Rc
to loo lower; light. to.fiOfcd.SO; mixed, t5.95
w..wf; ncavy, .oijr8.so: rough, tl.016.20;
good to choice heavy, f 2a4.Mi; pigs $4 25
jr.); bulk of sales, tH.kni4.30.
UEE AND LAM 138 Receipts. 1000
head. Market ateady; native. t2 -33.70;
western, t2. 4.1.70; yearlings. t.1ti64M;
lambs, native, fl.Wiil&; western, t3WW
Kansas City Live Bto-k Market.
Kansas citt. Nov. 25. cattlb
Receipts, 200 head. Including luO south
ern; market, steady; native steers. t3.2J
J.6; southern steers. t4.la.0ii; southern
cows end heifers, tS.00ru-4.2S; native cows
and heifers. t2.6jfir4.nO; etm liera and feeU-f!'?'w-i'J"-76i
b"""- 2Vn4.rV; calves.
I I f 1(97.2:.; western steels, t.ta-75; tvest
em cows, tl.uilrS.OO.
ITOUS Receipts. 7.000 heal; market. So
i2W.ri.bulk of I5.K4A60; heavV,
t l 409 ,.&; packers and butchers. H.30iii
-;.,'.,?hU' w-tf J5; nigs, t4.2ia.r..
HIIllEF AND IVMUH Receipts. K0
head; market, steady; muttons, t2.VE.lp2.tio;
lmbs, jKOtKte.tS; range wethers and year
ling. I3.00ttt.i0; range ewes, ti.UW3.au.
t. Joseph Live Rtock Market.
ST. JOPF.PH. Mo.. Nov. .-;ATTLr1-
' " nrau. inaraet steaoy; teer.
t4.60-e8.o; cow and helfere, t2.604.2o;
Hoas-Reoelpls, 7,600 head. Market
steady to 10c lower; top, t6.H; bulk of
sales, f. 1034.45.
KIIBEP AND LA MR 8 No receipt
Market unchanged; lambs. t4.7S3S.Si.
Joseph Gauge, who used to live west
of Florence, has moved to Betuon.
Miss Hulda Tucker of Nebraska City
week Wlth rloreno friends this
P. S. Tucker attended the banquet of
the republicans at the Rome on Friday
Mr. and Mrs. George Plert enjoyed
Richard Carle at the Brandels Wednesday
The firemen of Florence will rive their
big annual ball Thursday evening at the
.Rev. 3. It. Ruttrr, the new pastor of
the Presbyterian church, has rented the
J, J. Cole houno. '
The eighth grade has been having a
two days' vacation, their teacher, Miss
DlPtrlch, being ill.
Mlssea Esther Jansseu, Marr Jannaen
and May Homer were guest of Miss
Alice Plata Thursday.
Miss Alllo Houston waa a guest at a
week-end party given by Miss Barker at
her home In Dundoe.
Tho high school pupils are rehearsing
for on operetta, which will be produced
soon after Thanksgiving.
f4. It. ' Beardsley. aged fit, died at the
home of O. It. 8nell. 1410 Fifth street,
Sunday from heart failure.
Misa Whlttaker, who Is III at the home
of her sister, Mr. W. If. Thompson, Is
improving as rapidly us can be expected.
The Ladies' guild of St. Mark's Epis
copal church will hold their annual sale
the first part of December at Colo's hall.
The Ladles' society of tho Presbyterian
church met at the homo of Mrs. K. H.
Olmsted Wednesday for an all-day ses
sion. The Eagles gave an eld folks' dance
at their hall Saturday eventing. Nothing
but old-time dances were on the pro
gram, The Florence foot ball team Journeyed
over to Benson on Tuesday and came
home with the short end of the score,
12 to 0.
Miss Eva Shipley, daughter of Mr. Wil
lard Shipley, and Edward McGrath were
married by Rev. Charles fia vidua Friday
afternoon. They will make their home In
Mrs. Ina Beyer, aged 42. wife of Max
Reyer, died at the family home, four
and one-half miles north of Florence,
Hunday. Interment took place Monday
at Forest Lawn cemetery.
The ladles of the Swedish Lutheran
church will hold a sale and festival at
the city hall on December t. Besides the
sale there will be a short program, after
which refreshments will be served.
The foot ball game at the Florence
base ball grounds Sunday will be between
the Relmonts and the Monmouth Parks
and from the playing of both teams so
far thla season a good game is antici
pated. Rev. J. If. Rutter of titles. Neb., ha
accepted a call tendered him by the Pres
byterian church of Florence and will
move here with his family about the
firit of the month. Rev. Mr. Batter comes
highly recommended and will begin his
pastorate under moat favorable circum
The Indies' Kensington club of Ponca
met at the home ot Mrs. Hansen
Wednesday afternoon. A verv nleasant
afternoon was Hpent, after which a lunch
was serveo. i ne guests were Mrs. Holm
.iilt snd Miss Edith llolmqulst and Miss
.Vary Sachs. Those present were.
Mesdames Jaspersrn, Brodersrn, Alhach,
Vogel, Raymond, Johnson, Sachs. Letov
ky, HolinqulHt and Hansen and Miss
Killth lloimuuist and Mary Sacha, The
next met ting will take place at the home
of Mrs. ltovsky a week from .Wednes
l"rof. and Mrs. McLone were very
pleasantly surprised last Wetlneadav
cvenlng by the seniors and tern hers of
; the high school. One of the features o.
i the evening was a inarshmallow toast.
.Iter games and music a delicious har
vest luncheon was served. 1 hose present
were. MUses Krlal. Meyers. Dietrich,
Helen llolnniaji, Annie Johnson. Utnc
lurks, I t Pliant. Hannah Jensen and
Mabel Cole and Messrs, Henry Weurtn
and Spencer May hew and Mr. and Mrs.
Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. J. McLane and
Muster Adelno Mo Lane.
About 150 couples enjoyed the hospital
ity o fthe Modurn Woodmen ot America
at. the annual dance and banquet at
the Eagles' hall on Thursday evening.
The hall was beautifully trimmed with
smllax, and dancing and cards helped
pasa an enjoyable evening. Pete Cole and
Miss Hulda Tucker were awarded the
first prise fur the best waltxers. ami
John Burton and Miss Amy Amis the
etonu prises. v . a. tn'oll and rl. L.
1 lata acting as Judges. Letovaky'a or
cheatra furnished the music. Every year
the Woodmen give one of their enter- '
lalrinienie and they are always looked
forward to with pleasurable anticipation.
Complimentary to Mr. and Mra. F. M.
King. Mr. and Mrs. John Petersen enter
tained at their home in Omaha, tho oc
casion uemg in luriy-iirtn wedding an
niversary of Mr. and Mr. King. The
rooms were prettily decorated with red.
whit and yellow chrysanthemums, whl.s
the center piece of the table was a large
mound of carnations and roses. These
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Will Francis.
Mr. and Mr. Oeorge Francis. Mr. and
Mra. Max Foot. Mr. and Mis. Juhn Peter
sen. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. King; Mlrves
Lulu Keynolds. Elisabeth Lutie; Messrs.
Howard Foot of South Omaha. Byron
Francis of South Omaha, Fred Fhepard
of Milwaukee and Charles Fool. Mr. and
Mra King have lived In Florence for
many years. Mr. King hss held many
public offices, among which lie acted as
mayor for two or three terms. H la now
a councilman from th North ward.
OMAHA LITE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady to Sharply Lower for
HOGS SHOW DECLINE FOB WEEK
Fat Lambs Close Week Aboat Pteady
with Oae Week Ago, bat Fat
Sheep Are Tea te FIN
eOl.'TH OMAHA. Nor. IS, 1911.
I.ecelpts were: - Cattle. Hogs. Hheep.
'Wficial Monday 8,i& ,:!78 li,63
Official Tuesday 6.SUI ,t;!7 " lt..oi
Officio I U'.J..... t .. a ....
""""i rriaay 4t)7 f, !. 4.7itf
Estimated Saturday ,. 78 6,4M 7.7
Fix dnys this week..U,a03 41,618 49.5LT
Same days last week. .2S.O7 40,l44 H,l:a
Same days 2 w'ks ago.30fii 2v'S ft, 756
Same days i w'ks ago.2,4 2x,W6 127. till
sumvuay 4 w'ks ago.Ji,3.'-0 2t.775 lwj.HTO
oame days last year,. 18,214 ill, 487 41.7W)
The following table shows the receipts
or cattle, hogs and sheep at ftouth Omana
for tho year to date es compared witn
iast year. n. mio. Inc. Dec
-tti'e l.OM.m 1.115.443 32.52.:
M"" 2.1'fti.;n l,7.1e,HK7 894,4aj
"l 2,8,178 :'.8u5,37 87,2i7
The following table snow the avera
prices paid for hogs at South Omaha lor
the I ant fee days, with comparisons.
Date. lull, ji.uu, 1du. 1h. ,1 , . (iMn. ,iev-.
Nov. 19.1 t W)! i ii 7 Mel 4 W, tl 10 4 Mi
Nov. 17.1 6 U I 7 44 7 M & 541 ui 4 si
Nov. 18.1 t S
7 iiJ I tf gg 4 83 4 M
? X, 7 M 6 7'JJ 4 64 (C
I J Sl 4 'J1 4 Wl 6 OJI 4 W
Nov. lo. 6 15H,
iNOV. HI. k U,i 7 OKI I u Ibl 4 4ji ti lu, 4 bo
Aov. 0 1, 5,1 Mi 7 M 14 3JI t 14 4 4
Nov. M.I 26.i Ml 7 mi ft It? I mi li u, 1 u
Nov. 1)4. ri'. j J ; b i vn 4 a)
-O'l ! B ll " D bj 8 s.) - t It
Receipts and dlsjioislUon of live stock at
the Union Block Jarda, 6outh Oruaha, for
the twenty-tour hours ending at t P m.
. - Catuo. Hogs. Sheep.
C, M. & St. P l ..
Wabast z "
Missouri Pacific a .,
t nlon Pacific , ia
C. c N. W., east 5 ' ..
C. 4 N. W.. west .. -A ..
c, st. p., m. a o a a
0., H. ft Q., east 7
C, B. &. g., west a I 'J
L, It. I. A p., east 6
Illinois Central 4 ..
Chicago Ureat Western 1
Total receipts J W 3
n v , . Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co goi .
Owlft and Company 84 ...
oudahy Packing Co 1. 1.818
Armour A Co j.oia
Cuoahy, from St. Paul 70S
Other buyers 17 ...
CA11LE The varils ear, nraMA.llif
bare of fresh supplies today as usual on
a Saturday. For the week receipts foot
up being the smallest week since
Wie last week of July, but. still, larger
than a year ago by over 6,000 head. The
arrivals consisted very largely of In
terior grades of cattle, that Is, half-fat
corn-teds and trashy stock cattle and
feeders, with a large sprinkling of the
medium grades of cows and heifers.
Owing to the shortage In the supply,
strictly good beet steers, both corn-feds
and rangers, have continued about steady
throughout the week. On the other hand,
tne Interior grades, especially the warmed
up corn-feds, axe fully lota lie lower than
The best cows and heifer also sold at
about steady prices throughout the week,
and there wan not much change In the
market for cannere. The medium grades
of cattle, on the other hand, ar e . lftfjiloo
lower and in sumo cases possibly more
As was the case with killers, the better
grades of feeders commanded steady
prices, owing to the good demand of that
kind and the light supply. On the other
hand, trashy stock cattle were a drag
on the market on most days of the v. sen
and are safely 2&j4ou lower.
Quotations on native cattle: Good to
choice beef steers. 6.Ml7.7u; fair to good
beef steers, 85.2Miti.50; common to fair
beef steers, H.Wffb.W, good to choice
heifers, 84.6otI5.2fi; goodto choice cows,
84.2.Va)4.85; fair to good cows. 3.60&4.a;
common to fair cows, 2.763.60; veal
Quotations on range cattle: Good to
choice beef steers, J6.76g7.Ou; fair to good
beef steers, 85.0o$i.7r; common to fair
beet steein, 84.4otu5.00; good to choice
cows and heifers, 4.2Mj4.'.t);. fair to good
cows and heifers. 83.5tKtr4.25; common to
fair cows and heifers, 8i75fa:S.&u; good to
choice stockers and feeders, JG.Oujl.Oo;
lair to good stockers and feeders, K3li(
6.00; common to fair stockers and feed
er. I3.2yn4.30; stock heifers, 83.264.;.
bulls, stags, etc., 83.OOi0.8S.
HOGS Hog trade dropped to lower lev
els in synit.aih wun uecilnes at other
points. The break amounted to 6ij)10c,
and the full reduction was more fre
quently quoted by sellers than the lesser
one. AH weights suffered equally, but
the demand for lard offerings was
broader and more active than Inquiry for
the lighter averages. In certain quarters,
the same aa recently, buyers flatly re
tuned to even look at a load of hogs
weighing around and under 2o pounds.
The session as a wnole was featured
by fulny free movement snd the market
whs emptied of entire receipts before
10:St) o'clock. Packers piovliled orders
tor big bulk and the shipping outlet
i.ioveu rathei s.uail. only eignt or nine
loads out ot the ninety-car estimate sold
to buyeis not associated with any ot tire
local packing concerns.
If anything, tho proportion of bacon
stutf 111 fhe run was a trifle larger than
uautu, uncus rangrng irom down to
less than W.ut. Oood butcher classes
landed around SG.laU.IO and attractive
hravica t.olu ifcraeiy witnln ii.2tii.au, the
latter figure being the highest paid.
'Ihere were only a few bunches of plg
on sale and none of them showed symp
toms of being Invalids, iiealihy roaxtera
and very IIkIH "shippers" are still seiliiia
from 4-'i5 ui to $j.a0ia.ti8.
! lece.pt s during the week presented ft
seasonable up-and-down appearance and
iouay's tun rounus olt a total that Is by
no means excessive. Wide variety of oi
f clings made necessary a wim- pr.ee
a... on ah days and trade really con
sisted of four soparate suo-.ua.a. .a o,
each for pigs, bacon, huiciuu- 1, n,i ' 1,. . .,
stuff. Cm lent vaiues show nes ...
about luraiBa from the averagu trade a
week ago, a decline that has been In
lot cc most 01 the week.
No At. hi,, pr. n
106 1(1 131) 4 64 U.,
At. 8b. Pp.
UI I 20
...Kill 240 4 lo
...274 to 4 24
Ill ... 4 Ml
W 171 ... 4 tw
lit 1 ... 4 00
U 1 ... i
60 Ml ... i'i
ft 4 20
... . 4 20
. 4 to
so 4 to
40 4 M
Ml 4 10
to 4 10
... 4 li
....til ... 4 IH
....mi ... 4 la
....1; ... 4 Itt
....ii ... 10
....! 4 4 111
....1H ... 4 14
....! ... 4 10
....Mil tow 4 UU, f4
144 1.1) llr.
.. ..!. IN 4 liv, (U...
....ill lMl 4 Li
.2)11 1J0 4 17
.Ml 13 4 12
....lit 1411 1ft
... .TIM 40 4 16
....2.'.- ... 4 1ft
....i e 4 It
.... I20 4 11
....244 lm 4 11
.... irt) 4 15
... 4 u
m 4U-) 4 16
... til i 4 u
,...l4 40 4 14
....lit 41 4 14
...,:is 1M 4 H
...til 11 lu
... r. m iia
....s.11 im 4 17H
244 40 17u
1UD ft Z
.1 40 4 t.
l-'v 4 24
Sc4 ln 4 2S
, 241 uO 4 13
tT.i 204 4 24
114 ... 4 :s
24 till 4 IS
301 100 4 Si
234 1:0 ti
1-4 it 4 15
2kl J.iO 4 H
2'.'3 120 4 24
390 120 :i
'l I4 4
11 W Hi
40 4 24
...S4 ... 4 1!4
...! i 4 n
M 4 17
,..:4 44 4 17
,..1U 1 4 37
...1!0 Uft 4 17
...401 ... 4 t
,. :? ... 420
...124 .. 4 S
...till 414 4 44
,..nt ... 4 14
....I ... 4 17 2..
....21 t-t 11 41..
....Ut Ifto 4 17 (4..
....:c 44 4 it ..
.....,1 ... a n
...14 1) 4 M
...K44 124 4 24
... til tut 4 te
... tn 40 4 te
....:w 120 4 to
....1U lit 4 M
... t-M" 120 4 20
PIG2-ODD3 AND ENDS.
... lil at 4 Id liv lrt ... 8 MS
114 ... 4 1i It 124 ... 4 15
... lul ... 4 71 14 1. ... t s.
t-HEICl' Arrivals of sheen ami. i.mlw
amount, d to eluiut three douhle-decka.
but they were all consigned direct to a
packer and with tha open market practi
cally eininy, tradd remained nominal
Final clearance yesterday found almost
everything, both feeder end fat. In second
Marketing during tha week has been
rather peculiar. The first tvto dava
biought in heavy supplies at every Uis-
trlbutlve center and values slumped more
or les In consequence. The fact that
Tluffalo and other eastern point clne
to the main suurces of demand were
heavily oah-d on early days, left killers
In poor position to plsce product, so that
tnoet purchases were madn at figures that
were safely margined below probable
prices fr dressed mutton In the near fu
ture. Another bearish argument appeared
In . the proximity of Thanksgiving, as
sheep product seldom acts will when It Is
forced to ciempete with p nt.try.
lrlce declines locnllv during the fore
part of the week amounted to lVj?)o, hut
a sharp decrease In receipts artnr mid
week caused considerable renctlon, es
pecially In lambs. Strictly good lambs
Round Trip Excursion Tickets
Are Now on Sale Daily
via the C. C& N. W. Ry. to Florida, Cuba,
New Orleans, Mobile and the Gulf Coast
The Best of
FrVery thing botre given prompt and careful attention.
Trains leave Omaha for Chica go :
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One of the satisf ymg couveniences of the
, Smith Premier Typewr tr
which saves time is the variable and universal line
This device brings tho writing point just whore
you want it in order to insert a letter or word iu
.. ' anygiven lino of typewriting, and also permits of
writing on the line of ruled paper even though the
. distance between lines varies. At the right hand
end of the platen you will find a small knob. Pres3
this knob and you can bring the paper exactly to
the line required.
The perfect alignment of the Smith Premier type
writer need never be marred in making correc
tions, once the operator learns to use the variable
and universal line spacer. Also writing on the line
on ruled paper is as simple as writing on unruled
paper because of this device..
And yet it is but one of the 28 Smith Premier ad
vantages. The business men of Omaha are generally acquainted
now, with the fact that this is the typewriter office that
doesn't "pester" a man to buy. They ask for a demonstra
tor with full' knowledge that "all" their time, from then
on, will not be taken listening to typewriter salesmen.
They feel safe that's why they call. , x
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Branches iu 4ei
sioux city, 19th and Dou jlas Stst
LINCOLN, niT A tt A rr
des moines. OMAHA, NEB.
The Best Known Office Building in Omaha.
There is great advantage in being in a
building which people can find easily. No
7 building inOmaha, or as a matter of fact, in tho
entire wett, is as well known as
Every man, woman and child in Omaha
knows where it is and everyone who has ever
been.here knows how to find it. This is only one
of the many advantages in having an office in
THE BEE BUILDING
Boom 390 I a choice comer office having a north and 'west exposure.
inaJtln this space attractive at any aeaaon of tha year, on account
of good Huh; and ventilation. Wo will arrange this space. lUxJU
eultable for tenant, and there being; a vault In the room, it aftorus
extra protection for valuable Kent i-cr month $40.00
Boost 41 Aas a south and west exposure which make., a well lighted
office, UHilKH feet In size. IVi are only asking 78c a aquure foot
for this upace which Is very cheap rent, considering locution and all
conveniences furnished by The tiee building, frlce, per mouth, (18.03
fcoom 61 Don't pa for desk room space whan you can rent a pr'vste
office for the same amount. This room is till, liaa a large window
ou the court, affording plenty of light und ventilation. frW per
' Bceia MO Site xl9-, havlnff a frame and gUss partition across center
of room making two fc'ood s xed offices with every convenience, and
the rental pile only, ier month Sle.Ow
Koom 401 This room Is located rear th elevator and has a total of li
square feet of floor apace. This Lt a very uersirablo small ottlce and
location is convenient. Kentul, per month $17.30
Bcont 407 Is llxl feet and haa two large windows on the court.
Itental prlco, per n.unth 917.60
THE BEE BUILDING CO
xiee Business Office. 17th and Farnam Sts.
brought 85.50 yesterday, but only a hntul
ful of slock was aval'nble Cornpsrcl
with a week ego. price look nlmo't
steady, but the, comparlsnn l dereiith ...
ns recovery was scored ou leys thnn om
tenth of the week's total. Kat shop nre
Closing IWiijc lower In mnst Instance-1.
Quotations on sheep anil Lambs
Oood to choice. 8VlWi.4i'; fair ti
good. l.7.vas.l0; feeders, t.'i 5f4 Vear
lings: Fair to choice $S .Vrf4.1S: feeder-'.
.S.Va3.t5. Wethers: Gvii to choice, $3.31
rn3Ui: fair to good. $J.liVJ3.35; feeders.
$"..tii3.36. Ewes: Oood to choice. $3.V'.
f 2.".; fair to Bond. $L'.76'u3.10; feeders, fl.ii
$2,110; culls, H.l.Vi 1.75.
C The splendid trains of the
between Omaha and Chicago
connect at the latter city with all
lines to the South and Southeast,
forming a passenger service that
cannot be surpassed. .
Through railway and steamship tickets
or alio on tale to the Mediterranean,
the Holy Land and to all European cities.
Sleeping car reservations and reservations
of space on steam shios to tmlnts named
7:40 a. 2. 6:00 p.m. 8:50 p. .
12:0Sp.. 6:33 p.m. 12:40 a. au
5:10 p. ak 7:55 p.m.
1401-1403 Farnam Strut
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