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HIE BEE: 0MA11A, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 1913.
UKAIH ARU fKUUUUti MMM
Corn Market is Under Strong Control
SECURED HEAVY BY INTERESTS
Fnttires In the Yellow Cereal Are
firing Held Down by Financiers
"Well Ablo to Pouter the
OMAHA, Nov. 23. 1913.
Strong hands control- the corn market
at Chicago. It In believed by those who
watch pit conditions closest that the
larger holders of the December future
are "Jack" Cudahy, the well known
packer; Arthur Cutten, the grain special
1st, and James A. Patten. It Is said that
those men accumulated a big line of not
only December, but May, at a time when
prices were much bolow those now to be
seen, and that they now have handsome
paper profits. Whether they would bo
able to dispose Of their holdings and
change their profits from paper to cash
Is a question that no one Is able to an
Conditions and circumstances surround
Ing the market, however, point to troublo
for the men who have sold the December
short and who have been unable- to. de
liver the corn as was expected. There la
at loast one other big holder besides
those mentioned above, and that holder
is one of the largest manufacturers In
the world. This manufacturer has bought
corn for some time post, expecting that
delivery would be made, but Instead of
being able to secure enough corn In this
country to, keop their machinery In mo
tion they have been obliged to resort to
the Argentine grain.
The bjg longs In December corn are only
out for a good sized scalp, They know
that according to the Board of Trade
rules the matter of a "corner" Is im
possible. They also know that any
manipulative tactics In the December fu
ture would be resisted not only by the
short?, hut by a certain element In the
Cash wheat was 14 Vic higher.
Cash com was unchanged to 10 higher.
Fractional losses were made In oats yes
terday and there was a continued pres
flure on the December.
Cash oats were Uo higher.
r-lfnranrea: Wheat and flour equal to
I21.C00 bushels all from Canada; corn, 2,000
bushels ana oats, o.vw uusuum.
Liverpool closed With wheat ttd
lower and corn ViSJ'Hd higher.
Primary wheat receipts were 1.630.000 bu.
and shipments of 1.332,000 bu. against re
ceipts Of 2.209,000 bU. ana Bnipmenis m
2,373.000 bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were 681,000 bu.
- I - . . . a (ken IW . n.iln at- fa
and shipments oi uu
celpts of 758.000 bu. and shipments of
318,000 bu. last year. u.i. , ..
Primary oats receipts were 008,000 bu.
.hinmnta nf KA2.0QO bu. against re
ceipts of 673.004 bu. and shipments of
1.297,000 bu. lasi year.
wneai. uorn. uau
Kansas City "
o , TMifa ...... ......... o2
"Winnipeg ..... ....... .....900 ... ...
The following cash sales were reported
Wheat: No. 2 hard winter, 61 cars at
81cr No. 3 hard winter, 2 cars at 81Hc, 1
car at 8ic. 1 car at 80c; No. 4 hard
winter, 1 car at 79c; No. 3 spring. 1 car
at Tito. 1 car nt 78V4;; N. .rlng. 1
car at 7V4e. XhUs: No. ! white. 1 car
at 38eeJ No. 3 white, 61 cars at 3Sc:
No. 4 white, 1 car at S7ic, 1 car at 37Hc.
Corn: No. 3 white. 1 car at 63c. 1 car
at 65Uc, 1 car at 66c. 2 cars at 63V4c, 1
car at CBc: No. 2 yellow, 1 car at 6Wc:
No. 3 yellow, 1 car at 66c. 5 cars at 65ic,
5 cara at 65ttc; No. 4 yellow. 1 car (old)
at 68c 2e cars at GSc: No. 2 mixed, 1 car
66V4c, 't car at 66c: No. 3 mixed, I car at
65Uc. 3 cars at C&Uc. 1 car at 66c; No.
4 mixed, S cars at 640.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. , 2.
hart. 8OH083Wo: No. 3, hard, 79V481Hc:
Not 4 hard. 75W3S0c: No. 3 spring, 78V4
79c; NO. 4 spring. TBQTSttc. Corn: No. 2
white, 6G4T66UO: No. 3 white, 64V4DCc: No.
4 -white, 6t4V4c:. No. 2 yellow. 65V466Wc:
No. a yellow. 65t56o; No. 4 yellow, 6t35c;
No. 2, 65Vi&fi6c; No. 3. 6tHgtV4c: No. 4,
6434V4c Oats: "No. -2 white, 38V4Q3S?ic:
.standard, 3SV4c: No. 3 white. 3Sc: No. 4
white. 37V437c. Barloy: Malting. 6S
70c: No. 1 feed, 4&Q48C Ityo. 6S8Wc: No.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the TradlnR nnd CJoalnft
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Nov. 23.-Bollcf that the
Argentina crop will be short and that
there will be a brisk demand from
Kurope sent the, wheat market soaring
today, Prices closed firm, o to 11Ho
net-' higher. Other grain, too, finished at
an advance corn, 9iCT4c and oats HfPAo
to US He In provisions the wlndup was
the samo as last night to a rise of 2Uc
European acceptance of export offers
fiom Chicago gave the wheat bulls as
surance. So also did Kansas City and
Duluth telegrams telling of that activ
ity on the part of foreigners. Moreover,
the stocks of unsold wheat Is tha light
est In years, transatlantic demand having
absorbed shipments as fast as made by
way of the lakes. Strength of prices at
Buenos Ayres was held to confirm cabled
reports that the Argentina harvest out
look was unfavorable.
Hessian fly damage, especially In Mis
souri, counted against the bear side of
the wheat market, the last half of the
Estimates were made that the feeding
of wheat to live stock in Mlsspurl and
Oklahoma this winter would amount to
the 'surprising total of 2G.000 bushels.
Corn showed much "firmness on account
of a forecast of unsettled weather and
because of rumors .that the United States
government would stop Argentina Im
ports, 'the Idea being to shut out more
effectually the dreaded hoof and mouth
disease. Assertions that the quarantine
applied only to bran, hay and straw
seamed to be no check to bullish senti
ment. Oats climbed with other cereals.
The advance, however, was restricted by
liquidating sales on the part of Decem
ber longa. .
Although provisions at the outset eased
off, owing to a decline In the hog market,
a nqiy ensued. The upturn was the re
sult of actlv purchasing led by stock
Leading quotations were as follows!
Artlclel Open. Hlgh-I Low. Close.! Year!
Jan.. 20 75
May. 11 05-10
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red.
96696i4c: No. 3 red, 92HG94Uc; No. -hard.
88W3o: No. 3 hard. 88&8SHc; No.
2 northern. 8S3'J0Ho; No. 1 northern. 8714
CtgVic; No. 2 spring, fAQSJc; No. 3 spring,
816880. Corn: No. 2, 72140730; No. 3 white.
73HS74c; No. 3 yellow. 75He7$c; No. 3.
71Hfi7IHc; new. 6&SV4c: No. 3 white. 72V,
673c; new. 6SJj68Ho; No. 3 yellow, 7575ltc;
new, C9S69V4C Oats: No. 2 white. 40tillc;
No. 3 white, S914fiic; sUndard, 40Hc
Rye. No. S. $4c Barley: E050Hc Seeds?
WANTED 1i HUT.
FULL price paid for furniture. W. 2469.
WANTED to buy, all kinds of watch
movements and gold. M. Nathan. 109 S. 11
WE PAY highest prices for ladles' and
gents' clothing. 609 8. 13th St It. C544.
Racbman will treat you right: best
prices for f urn., clothes & shoes, w. 514C
LIVE STOCK AIAUtiEl OF WEST.
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mlleaga and shrinkage. Your consign
menu receive prompt and careful atten
Live Stock Commission Merchants,
MARTIN BHOS. & CO. Kxchange Bid.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Tln.othy. J1.O0C6.26; elovtr.
Pork. Ml.OO. Lard: 310.75. Ribs:
UL'TTEIl Strong; creameries. 21rfc4i8Ic.
EOGS-SIIghtly firmer; receipts. J.6J9
cases; at mark, cases Included, ZSQSSc;
otdlnary firsts, SOtTSZc: firsts, 34096c.
CHEESE Lowct; daisies. UiJ5c;
twins, HUffttttc; Americans. UiftlStic,
POTATOES-llccelpts, 40 cars; Wiscon
sin, white. mflCSc; red, fl5fjSc; Michigan,
Ohio and Minnesota, 6Mt70c.
POULTRY-Allve. higher; springs. 13c;
hens, 11c; turkeys, 17c.
OMAHA GGNKIlAti MARKET.
BUTTER No. L 1-lh. cartons. 10c: No.
1, 60-lb. tubs, 31c.
FISH White, fresh, 16c; trout, fresh,
15c; large grapples, fresh, 13815c; Spanish
mackerel, 10c ; shad roe, per pair. 40c;
salmon, fresh, I0o; halibut, fresh, 13c;
buffalo, 9c: bullheads, 13c; channel cat
fish, 16c: pike, 15c; pickerel, 12c.
POULTRY Broilers. 15. 0036.00 per do.! 1
hens, 15016c: cocks, 12c; ducks, IStnoe;
geese, l$o; turkeys, 25c: pigeons, 'per dos..
$1.20: roosters, 8Hc; ducks, full feathered.
Hc: geese, full feathered, He: squabs,
ixo. j, .t.w; No. 2, see
CHEESE Imported 8 wits, 30c; Ameri
can Swiss. 36c; hlnclc Rlu. 24c: twins.
ISc: daisies, lStfcs triplets. lSVie: Young!
Americas. lc: blue label brick, iscs lira- i
berger, -2.1b., 20c; New fork white. lc
Wholesale prices of beef cuts effoctlvo
today in Omaha are as follows:
HHc; No. 3, lifcc No. 1 lolns,T9c: No. 2,
iD-ftc: io. a, uc No. l cnucKS, jvc; no.
2. Kc: No. 3, Stte, No. 1 rounds, UHc;
No. 2. c; No. 3, llHc. No. 1 plates,
9c: No. 2, 8J4c; No. 3, Sc. , t . .
xne touowing prices ore rurnisneu uj
the Qllllnsky Fruit company:
FRUITS Apples; Extra fancy Wash
ington Jonathans, per box, $2.2a; White
Winter Pearmalns, per box, $2,25; fancy
White Winter .Pearmalns, per box, $2.00;
fancy Idaho Black Twig, per box, $2.0;
fancy Idaho Baldwins, per box, $2,00:
fancy Idaho York Imperials, per box,
$2.00; fancy Idaho Walbrldge, per box,
$1.83; fancy Idaho Willow Twigs, per box.
$1.86; fancy Idaho Smith Ciders, per box,
tt.83; extra fancy Idaho Northern Spy,
Greontngs or Kings, per box. $2.00; extra
fancy Idaho Rambos, per box, $2.2b; extra
fancy Ben Davis, per box, $1.65; fancy
Ben Davis, per box, $1.60; cholco Ben
Davis, per box. $1.40; No. 1 Ben Davis,
per bbl., $1.60; labeled Wine Bapei per
bbl., $6.50; labeled Gano, per' hbf $5.60.
Pears: Extra fancy Beurre Clolrgeau,
per box, $2.50. Oranges: Florida, 126, 150,
176. 200, 216 sizes, per box. $4.00; 200 size,
per box, $4.00; 2S8 size, per box, $3.50;
navals, 126, 150, 176, 200, 216 sizes, per box,
$4.50; 250 size, per box, $4.25) 2SS size, per
box, $3.75; 324 size, per box, $3.00, Lemons:
Extra fancy Sunklst, SOCa and 300s, per
box, $3.00; extra cholco Red Ball, 300s and
SSOs, per box, $8.00. Grapes; Extra fancy
Emperors, per crate, $2.00; Earl's. Em
perors, per bbl., $4.00; Imported Malaga
extra fancy, $7.00; fancy, $6.50; extra
choice, $6.00; choice, $5.60. Grapefruit:
Extra fancy Florida, 46 and 93, $.7b; 64,
64 and 80, $5.00. Cranberries: Per box,
$2.75; Bell and Bugle, per bbl.. $9.00: Bell
and Cherry, per bbl., $S.C0: late Red, per
bbl., $3.25; Richard, per bbl., $9.00; ex
treme Jumbo, per bbl., $11.00.
VEGETABLES Potatoes: Genuine Red
River Early Ohio, per bu., $1.00; Rural or
Burbanks, per bu., 86c; Virginia sweet
potatoes, per bbl., $2.50; Delaware Jerseys,
per hamper, $1.25. Cabbage: Holland
seed, per lb., 2c; red, per lb., 3c, Squash:
Per lb., re Pumpkins: Per lb.. l?ic.
Onions: California large yellow, por lb.,
2Vic; Ohio large Red Globe, per lb., 2c;
Spanish, per crate, $1.50; white boiling,
per lb., 3c. Tomatoes: California, per
four-basket crate, $2.00.
MISCELLANEOUS-Calirornta figs. It
12-oz. pkgs., 85c; 50 6-ox. pkgs., $2.00; Cali
fornia black figs, 12 12-oz. pkgs., $1.Q0; 7
crown Imported figs, per lb., 18c; J-crown
Imported figs, .per lb., 13c; 7-crown pulled
figs (poxes weighing about 5 lbs.), 90c; 5.
crown pulled figs (boxes weighing about
5 lbs.), 75c: 7-crown pulled figs (boxes
weighing about 10 oz.), per dox., $1.23;
Dromedary brand dates. Dkc. sa.00: An.
chor brand dates, pkg., $Z25; Ilnllnwe'en
aates, per id., iik; parsnips, per id., zc;
carrots, per lb., 2c; beets, per lb., 2c; ruta
bagas, por lb., IVic; California Jumbo
celery, per dor., SCc; MIchlgarr-celery, per
doz.. 85c; cider, per keg. $3.25; cider, per
half bbl., $5.75; shallots, per doc., 60c;
parsley, per doz.. 40c; radishes, per dos.,
80o: head lettuce, per doz $1.00; home
grown leaf lettuce, per doz.. 40e: creen
peppers, per basket, 50c; wax or green
beans, per hamper, $6.00; hothouse cucum
bers, per aoit, tsc to $l.w; cauliflower,
per crate, $3.25: Venetian garlic, per lb..
12Hc; eggplant, per doz., $2.00; horse
radish. 2 doz. bottles in cose, per case,
$2.00; walnuts, No. 1 soft shell, per lb.,
19c; medium pecans, per lb., UHc; Jumbo
Decans. per lb.. 15c: giant Decans. Louisi
ana paper shell, per lb., 25c; filberts, per
lb., 15c; Drake almonds, per lb., 18c; paper
shell, 23c: Brazils; per lb., 18c; large
washed, per lb., 19c; black walnuts, per
io., ic, raw sso. i peanuts, per ID., 7a;
Jumbo peanuts, per lb.. 8c: roast nennuts.
per lb., 8c; shell hark hickory nuts, per
id., oc; lurKc nicnury nuis, per ID., 4c;
wime nco popcorn, per iu., iq; cneckers,
per 100-pkg. cane, $3.60; checkers, per GO
pkg. case, $1.75.
New York flenernl Mnrket.
BUTTER Steady: receipts, 10,178 tubs;
creamery extras. 2Mr35c: firsts.
held extras. S0332c; firsts. 27HS23c; state
dairy, finest, 3l0O2cj good to prime. 270
30o: common to .fair. 23jf26c; process ex
tras. 25lQ26Hc: Imitation crenmerv.
25c: factory, held firsts, 23c; current make,
CHEESE Steady; recelnts. 1.278 hm.-.
state whole milk, held specials, 16416?ic;
average fancy, 16Uc; fresh specials, 16i4c;
average fancy, 1594Q:16c; daisies, held, 16
.uub-rirm; receipts, 7.76S cases; fresh
gathered extras, 454M7c: extra firsts. 41
&t2c: firsts. 40tM2c: checks, ennri tn
choice, 24iU25c; refrigerator, special marks.
4nuv7, 7iuvi;, ah bib, Mt&K noarov nen
nery whites, fine to fancy, 5&C61c: gath
ered whites, 5∾ hennery browns, iS&
"v. wcniern gaincrea wnitca, VQlkic,
POULTRY Live, firm; western chick
ens. 14HJ5o; fowls. 14igi5c; turkej-s, 22c.
Jreised, steady; fresh killed western
S!i "wi iowis, isvuhc; turkeys,
Minneapolis Grain Mnrket,
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 25. WH EAT
No. 1 hard. 86V4o: No; 1 northern. 84H86c;
J0- 2 n?JlUrni.,2Hi84o No- hard Mon
n ""W20; December,
OATS No. 3 white, S6fttJS7c.
RYE-No. 2. 616534c.
Knnsns City Grain nml Provlslnna.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Nov. 25.-WHEAT
nam, eojii4c; No. 2 red, 87
CORN No. t mlr.,1 nM -i. VT
mf"d' "ewi ,"C9c: No. 3. 67669c; No. 3
Closing micas of fiitum.
WHEAT-Deccmber, 81Hc; May, 8714
CORN December, 63c: May, 72Hc.
OATS-No. 2 white. 40H41c; No.
mixed. 89ttCH0c. '
St. Lonla General Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mn.. tfnv wmviw
Na 3 red, 91604c; No, 3 hard, 8614Q92l4c;
Uember wc; May, 92ViV2Sc
CORN-No. 2. 7o; No. 2 white. 77c;
OATS No. 2. 40H641C; No. 2 white. 42c:
Liverpool Grain Market.
JirmiLN .X Man'0". 7a ;d; No. 2
,Wud:fu.t,u,r.e,,..eay Hecember, 7e Sd;
March. 7s Slid: May. In Ur1. '
Mcollirs-potf,rm American mixed. 6a
. ' ,tJ . ""res. steauy; December.
4s 10Xd; Japuary, 5a I4d.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 2J.-COTTON-8pot
nulot; prices steady; middling fair. 7.76ds
good middling. 7.44d; middling. 7.28d; low
luiuuiiiii,, i.wxj; fcuou orainary, 6.4(d: or
dinan-. 6.10d; sales. 7,000 bales. '
NEW YORK. Nov. 25 mTrnv..
ket closed steady at a net decline of 11
points on December, wblle other months
were X to 5 points higher. '
Omaha Hay Market.
PRAIRIE HAY No. 1 upland. $U.50d
12.00; No. 2. $10.00911.50; No. 3. $s.003io!o3.
No. 1 midland. IU.C08U.W: No. 2. $10,009
11.00; No. 3. $8.0010.00. No. 1 lowland.
No. X $7.0069.00; No. 3. $5.0)0
ETapornted Apples nnd Dried Fralt
NEW YORK, Nov. 2i EVATORATED
APPLES-Qulet but firm.
DRIED FRl'lTS Prunes, tteidy. Apri
rott and peaches, quiet and steady
INEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Long-Awaitcd Turn Comes and
Deadlock Broken Temporarily.
TRANSACTIONS TOTAL SMALL
Improvement Precede! by BrlnU Ad.
vancea In London Market, Which
Determines Wnlt Street Tone
NEW YORK. Nov. 23.-The long awaited
turn In tho stock market came today.
Temporarily, it least, the speculative
deadlock was broken. Quotations ad
vanced definitely and top prices showed
gains of two points. In some cases.
wmie trauinir was considerably more
active than yesterday, the total of tran
sactions was not large. Activity was
confined to the forenoon, after which the
market relapsed Into stagnant condition.
No aggressive efforts were made to force
up the list Developments In matters in
wnicn tno street is most interestea were'
absent and the rise In prices apparently
was due to the sold out condition of the
The Improvement was preceded by brisk
advances in the London market, which
determined the tone here at tho opening.
London contributed further by buying
stocks here, and some Canadian Pacific
was taken on direct order from Berlin.
Such sncculatlvo buying as was under
taken In this market was based on the
assumption that a rise was Indicated by
the extent or tne short interest and the
stability of the market recently In the
ince ot discouraging business news ana
tho Mexican tangle.
Dccuiation wns fair, br the ability hi
the cheap money for stock purchases, but
before the end of the nay the call money
market reflected heavy withdrawals re
cently by rising to 4 per cent For
Canada $2,250,009 more gold was engaged
today, bringing up the total on tho
movement to KsSCO.OOO. Loss to banks on
subtrensiiry operations thts week was
placed at about 56,O00,X.
llontfs were firmer. Total sales, par
value, ?l.S0O.(X United States bonds were
unchanged on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stdeks were:
Silt, tilth. Low. Clole.
Amnlr.ima.t-4 Copper ... 1M0O 70V4 tM 70S
American Atrtcultur!., , ......
American ueel Hut.tr ,
Amerlctn cm , (,40V
American Can vli 1,100
Amerlnn C. A F ......
American Cotton Oil..... 200
Am, Ice Securities....... 100
American Locomoltva ...
American . A It 1,900 tM
Am, 8. t n. Vti 300
Am. sutar ueuninf.
American T. a T....
l,O0 11IK 11K lUHfc
Anaconda Mlnlni Co.... 400 44
AtcMton , HJQ
Atlantlo Court Lisa......
Baltimore & Ohio...,.,..
nrooklrn litrld Tr
Chesapeake ft Ohio
Chlcmo a. W
Chletro. M, & 8t. V
Ohlctto ft N. W
Coloradn Fuel ft Iron....
Delaware ft Hudson......
Denver ft Itlo Grande....
6,600 t:ss U4H 2H
.. .. in
Dlatlllera' Securities ,,,,
Erie 1st ptd ,
Erie td Did
neneral Electric .........
Great Northern ptd
400 HIS 121M lit
ureat northern or cut.
300 11U 11 H
Interborouth Met .,
Inter. Met c(.
Kansas Cltr Southern....
LpultTllle ft Nashville...
M.. 8t. P, ft 8. 8te. M.
400 IIS ltii 14K
.0M 141S HIS 14H
Missouri. K. ft T
National Lead t
N. It. It. ot M. td Dtd..
New York Central
N. V O. ft V
Norfolk ft Western
Northern Pacific ........
P.. C. C. ft fit. L
Plttihurxh Coal ,.,
rresaed Hteel Car
Pullmtn Palace Cor
MO 107S I07S 107
SO0 24U 14 14U
1,000 10IS loss 101
600 us mt .is
.'.';.' !.;!! nisi
11.700 lflOS IMS liou
Republic Iron ft Bteel..,
nepublla I. ft 8. pfd....
Hock Island Co...........
ItocK Island Co. pfd..;...
St. L. ft 8. V. Id pfd...
Keaboard Air Line
Heabnsrd A. L. nfd
Hloss. Sheffield 8. ft 1...
So. Railway pfd..
Texas ft raclflc
Union Ptclflo nfd
... 11.000 ill
United Ktates Realty..
United states Rubber..
United Etatea Steel
U. 8. Bteel DM
40a losu ins
Utah Copper ,,
l.too 4SS 47T4
va.-L'eronna Chemical ..
Western Maryland ,,
Westlnahouse Electric ,,
Wheeling ft Lake Erie..
New Haven 1,100 7m 7711
Total sales for tho day, KB,t00 share.
civ Vork Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. SSMC-r-On
calU steady: 2AH2K per cent: rullmr rate,
ier cent; closing- bid. ea pejiCent
Time loans, firmer: mtrtv itr-.V.
cent"' 6 Pr C'nti 'X month Per
PlilMEl MEndANTlfcE PAPER-!;
6 per cent.
STERLING EXCHANOE-Pirni; sixty
blllc'S' d,mand M,SM5- CSmeiayi
SILVER-Dar, tSHci Mexican dollars,
flrm3.NDSG0Ven,ent Bttaay- rllroad.
tClfoslnr quotations on bonds today were
U. B. rf. t rX .. W .K. C. So. re. Stf.. WU
t0Jt,:.u "",a".!I.,,I. b. t IMl.. MS
u. i wh I. ft N. unl 4a ii
do St coupon teis Jj, K t 1st 4s' siS
do coupon HSmo. Pacjile 4t"7" t
Panama 1 coupon. W ..d0 conT u.t.,,
Am.r A. S. ' ' i O' H 0
"A. T- ft T. CT. 4S. S "in i1h t. i7
Am. Tobtcco ....lltSv v V tr " ii' r
Armour A Co. IVi MS .?; "' ,
Cen. Leather Is.... HSfl ll ft S fV'ii if
Che, ft O. .. ""Is
do conr. 4SS. . .TI Bt V " W c ii '
a - ::.t ? "uway a ltuvt'
ri I 7. ie3..L--'RBb,-r - -100S
d'.-i.n'. V....::..: "'
OA CT. 4S MP. fl MUAttr.k . . . . "
JSE Vs.u:'- l"w!;.,trir4,.,:.Su
Bid. Ottered. '
Boston Stock Market.
BOSTON, Nov. 25.-C)oslng quotations
on stocks were:
Altwie ufoh.k.. MS.
AntL Copor TOS.SeTad Cod 14C
A Z L A S llUNIplMlas Ml.es .. . 'ft
B. C. C. 4k a M. 10 North Lok '.. "
Cal. Arlwoa MliOld Domlalaa 47
C. I. & Heel. W 0Hl St
Ce.tennlal .......... JOJJQrjIney
Cepoer nBt C O. aHHh.Bnon &u
Eait Butt C. M... ISuoorlor
Krsnills .JJti?apr,or B- M....Xi
Gnnbr Ton miTamarick ft
nroen fananta ... IS U. 8. H. R. A u... n
lata Bonle Copper. IIS.. ? ' sc
Kerr J lV,''t 9?
1 - otto rnnoer.... SvfaWlnoo
Mltml Copper . . t01 Wolterln.
Qaotatlona furnished br Haras. Printer & Co..
4l Oraaba Natlou.l bank bulldlot :
Aterr Co. ptd, 7 per cent stock .. M 100
Beatrice Creamer pfd S3V lit
couacll Blutts O A E ta. 1SSS Ml,
(olumtm. Neb.. I. . II. A P a, 7SII II St
fhlcasn lit aeries A 1M7 J U
Davioo I'd Neb. t Haute U, ISIS M le
IWr. A i'.k bM et fT ft T
Kalrmoat Creamery per rent ruar
Fairmont Creamery 7 per cent pM ..
Interborouth Rapid Tr t. 1M . ...
Iowa ny. A U It, 1M1
Kansas city Ms. Heh Pis. Is. llt.
Middle Wert Utllllle (a, lilt
Omaha na U, 1117
City ot omtha lli, ilt
Omtlia A C n. 8t. Itr (a, IMS
Omaha ft C. R St. Hv. pfd
Omaha ft C. II. 8t. Ry. com
Omaha ft C. It, R. ft 11
Omaha R. L ft IV Is 1U
Paclflo ti. ft E p. e. note. 114..
Klate. ot Colorado Fundtnt la, 19..
Saunders-Kehnedy Hide. ( p. e. pfd.
Ban rranelaco. Cal.. f. lro-195J
Union FTock Tarda stock
Rocky Mt. Fuel ta and bonus
Wymor. Neb.. Se
I.nmlon Stock Mnrket.
LONDON, Nov. 36. American securities
opened stead'' and later advanced under
the lead of the raclflc stocks. At noon
prices ranged from U to ltj above yes
terday's New York closing-
Contois, money 71 1-MUnloa rtcltlc 15SS
do account 7S t-ll
StLVKlt liar, steady. 27 l16d.
"Wv ft TUT; V VVIIVi UlBi-lIUIli,
short bills 5 per cent; three months.
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK MARKET
Cnttle SIost IIorh Mostly Lotrer
Sheep Stendy to II Ichor.
JL60Q head: market slow; beeves. 16.6039.23;
. ;lcrB . 4-w. western steers,
fc-WTWi stockera and feed em, Jl.n'.40;
cows and heifers. J.35fl8.25: calves, tssou
1 lOfl tl .T? wuln - 97IWI 1. . .
. ..... ... .i.vru ,.,-au, jin.i uli
mostly 10o lower; bulk of sales, $7.tO7.6S;
nHiii, ..wi.w; mixra. ii.axu-i.is; neavy,
T.25e7.W; rouch. I7.rnn.t0; pigs, J4.7J
SHEEP AND LAMRS-ReoclPts. 34.000
head; market steady to 15c hlRhor; na
tives, Jt.O05rt.E0; western. .0rSt.l0; yenr-llng-s,
J5.K.: nattvo lambs, I6.W4I7.65;
KansitR Cltr Lire Muck Mnrket.
KANSAS C1TV, Nov. 25. CATTLK
Receipts, 7,500 head; market steady to lie
hlBher; prime fed steers, 8.20T3.0O;
dressed beef steers. itt.7SW.30; western
steers, JS.0OSIR.00; southern Meers, J5.2;f
7.40; cows, 4.aV!i.75; heifers, VM5a8.6.;
stockers and feeders, S3.6Og7.60; bulls, 14.76
6.60; caU'oa, J8.00jf9.35.
HOGS Receipts, 22,000 head; market 10
CIOc lower: bulk. e7.40i7.70; heavy, J7.50J
7.75; packers and butchers, lJ.70Q7.9i;
light. h.tOgT.es: pics, xxtatyi w.
SHEEP AND l,V.MBS-Uecelpts, R.000
head; market lOiMOc hlcher; lambs, J7.00
417.65; yearllnBS. Ki56.00; wethers, 4.J0S
6.10! ewes, J4.O0C4.&5.
St. Louis Live Stock market.
ST. LOl'IS. Nov. 25. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 6,900 hood; mnrket lftjflSc hlBhor;
good to choice steers. JS.25ii1l.00; stockers
and feeders, Ji004i7.50; cows and heirers,
$4.2SS..'J8; bulls, J4.757.0J; calves, J6.0OW
10.60; routhorn steers, J5,739.00; cows and
heifers, J4.0O4f6.00. ,
HOas Receipts. 10,000 heau; market 111
T20o lower: plga and llKhts, J3.767.70;
mixed and butchers, J7.41B7.80; good
heavy, J7-70iai7.80. . , , .
8HEE1 AND IAMRS-Recelpts 2.I0J
head; market steady; muttons. JX4.V34.i6;
yearlings, J5.0gO.OO; lambs, J5.7.W.
Slonx Ctty Lire Stock Market.
n,-iTtV rttrttv T O A 117 .1.1
Receipts, 800 head; market steady; native
6.MJ winners, J16O04.OO; Btpckers and feed-
erS SO.UWtlO.DU; CRIVUD, -J,-w.w,
stags, etc J6.00afl.ro.
HOGS Receipts, 3.600 head; market lOo
lower; heavy. J7.00CT7.45; inlxed. JJA.W.Wi
llBht. J7.t37.C0; bulk of sales, V iOtT.-
head; market steady; fed muttons J5.WJ
G.oo; wetnors, it.owuu.uj; om-o,
lamDs, u.wij .w.
St. Joseph Livestock Market.
ST.UOSEPH, Mo., Nov. 26. -CATTLE--.
HeceipU. 1.300 head; market "teadyr
8.23:'cows arid heifers. J4.0088.25; calves,
ilOGS--Receipts. lO.r-00 head! market
1016o lower; top, J7-70: bulk of sales,
7'i9I'J?Ji .xTr. t Auniinr-olnts. B.000
head; market higher; lambs, $5.00g7.50.
....... vnm. x'.. rrtriT4,l!tiri.rjrw
. . n.ni.intinn .iiaAt Irrr-inllwHtv In
coffee today, but the general ruling of
prices was steauier on repvrin u. y"
tlnuod llrmness In the post and freight
situation, covering and trade buying, "lno
J.,.. . ot In A rvnlnlK hlcher
and tho close steady at 6 to 12 polnU net
lilgher. Sales, 173,000 bags. November,
9.4c; December, 9.49c: January,- 9.63o;
March 9.88c: May, 10.13c: July. 10.33c; Sep
tember, 10.63c: October. 10.57c. 8PJ
steaay; iuo no. i, vw,
12a Mild, tjulef, Cordova, 13VVffl6MrC.
' Dry Goods Mnrket.
.t.m, vrttr x nnv nnonn
Cotton goods markets were quiet and
Dare I y steaay luuur. imm iuo uuki.
,n I . n .. ...Ann I .. . V. i. Inu, irra.tA nn
is being qffered for fall, 1914. Ribbon
manuraciurers are wbhuhk mue ".oino
ot possible lessened production due to
IX)NDON, Nov. 25.-AVOOLThe sixth
series of wool sales opened hero today.
Offerings" numbered 0,268 boles. Demand
was good nt prices ranging from un
changed to 6 per cent lowor. Little wool
suitable ror America was ouerou.
. Sugar Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 23.-8UaAR-Raw.
easy; Muscovado, 2.14c; centrifugal, 3.61c;
moiassos susar, -..ovu; rc.incu, (juiri,
MISS FLORER'S WITHDRAWAL
IN MISS HUGH'S FAVOR
Mies Alice Florcr of Tork, who was a
candidate for president of the Slate
Teachers' association, has written the
following letter to Miss Kate McIIugh:
YORK. Neb.. Nov? 24.-MV dear Miss
McHugh: I refused, to permit my friends
to do anything for me for the presidency
of the state aseioctatlon In order that
they might aid you In Increasing your
majority in tne election soon to take
You are certainly deserving of this
honor because of your strength and sue
cess as an educator tn Nebraska.
Previously we have voted for men for
the presidency, and It seems. only fair to
elect a woman this year, I hope none of
your Omaha teachers will pay any atten
tlon to the campaign story that your
election win mean tne loss ot tne meet
ing to Omaha. You deserve their vote
whether the meeting goes to Lincoln or
Omaha, tn fact, I see nq reason why all
women teachers will not vote for you
as it not reasonable that your election
will affect the location oft the meeting
one way or the other. Some of your
menus win prerer umana, some Lincoln,
and that will be equally true ot those
who vote for your male opponent.
I am sure I voice the sentiments nt thtt
women teachers of this state whVn 1
assure you that we believe no one In the
state is more deserving of this recogni
tion and no one more able to perform
me uuue oi wis onice man yourself,
Very sincerely yours, u
WOMAN WITH WALKING STICK
ATTRACTS CURIOUS CROWD
A woman carrying a dainty walking
stick and wearing a smart brown minaret
street costume, with other architectural
and cosmetic adornments, created a
sensation at Elftecnth and Farnam streets
Monday afternoon. She didn't remain In
her self-made limelight long, however,
for the curiosity of numerous staring fol
lowers forced her to seek escape on a
Farnam street car.
ON THEIR DEPORTMENT
Dr. Jenkins, president of the University
of Omaha, gave a brief talk to the stu
dents at the school Monday noon, compli
menting them on the manner In which
they have been attending classes and
kteplng up the high average of their
.tudle Dr Jenkins; also mentioned the
good manner tn which the students con
ducted themselves about the school.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKETlg
Killing Cuttle Fifteen to Twenty
Higher for the Week.
HOG VALUES MAKE A BAD SLUMP
Fiat Shrep nnd Lambs Open Ten to
Fifteen IllRtirr, Cloalnst wtlH
All the Advance Lost
SOl'TH OMAHA, Nov. 23, 11J.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. 8heep.
Official Monday 3.305 S.601 12,010
Estimate Tuesday 1.400 11,600 16,000
Two days this week.. 3,31 17,t4 2S.040
Same days lust week..l6,T6 18,376 M.131
Same days i w'ks .ago. 14.875 14.220 ' 51,015
Same days 3 w'ks. ago.16.Jl0 2J.C67
Same days 4 w'ks. ago.lJ.033 ".Sit 74,216
Same days lost year. . . .10,667 20,215 32,675
The following tablo shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha llvo stock market for the year to
date as compared with last year:
1911 1912- Inc. Dee.
Cattle KSTsSft! 93.499 37,11)
Hogs ,1303.832 2.626.60I 321.82S
Sheep 3.016,204 2,749,442 2fl0,762
Tho following table shows the range of
prices for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
Date. I 1913. I1912.11911.I1810.11W.I1WS.UW7
7 63 Ji
cattle Reeelots were very light
again today, only ninety-four enrs being
re por tea in. 'rnis manes a towi w uw
t-n davit nt n'.Oi hrarL helnrr only slightly
over one-third na many as were rvcolved
on the same days last week and a little
over onehnlf as many as wero received
Jn the corresponding period a year ago.
However, receipts were plenty targe
enough considering the condition that
the market has been 4n during tbe last
two or three weeks. The demand. Is
never very brlrk during Thanksgiving
week and ns eastom markets were badly
glutted and demoralised at the closo of
Inst wrek It was a fortunate circum
stance that shippers cut down receipts to
mntenuliy this week.
Thore was a good inquiry for a limited
number of beet steers this morning and
as there were few on salo the market
was around a dlmo higher, or UtfjOto
higher for the two days. There woa
nothing very cltolco In tho way of beef
steers on sale, but thoro wore a few
good enqugh to bring J8.60.
Cows and heifers wero in fair demand,
nnd, as receipts were so light every
thing wns cleaned up nt an early hour
in tno morning, the prices paid being a
little stronger again today, or lOhOOo
higher than last week.
Stockera and fed ere were In light sup
ply and tho market strong qs compared
with yesterany, tno tew cattio in tirst
hands were all disposed of at on early
Quotations on cattle! Good to choice
beet steers, J8.00QH.76; fair to good beet
steers, J7.6OQ8.00; common to fair beet
steers, jn.0OQ7.60; fair to cholco yearlings,
JS 26Q9.23: good to choice rangers. n.atf
7.90; fair to good rangers, J6.6OJI7.00; com
mon to fair rangers, JA.75ao.00; good ,to
holee cornfed heifers, J6.60if7.60; gnod to
choice grass heifers, JC3iO7.00; good to
chplco cows, J5,76Crl.U; fair to good
grades, J5.00O6.7S:. common to fair grades,
14 OOittG.CO; good to cholco stockers and
feeders, w1.603r7.uj; rair to good stockera
and feeder, J6.00t30.60; common to fair
stockers and feeders, J5.6TvtJ6.00; stock cows
and heifers. J4.6O3C.30; veal calves, J6.609
10.00; hulls, stags, etc., J4.60OS.00.
N6. At.- Pr. No. At, Pt.
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8TOGICEHS AND FEEDBnS.
II Ml 7 SO
47 cows 1038 6 35 1 bull 1660 C IS
1 bull 1240 6 35 1 cow 900 6 35
1 steer.... .1070 6 60 1 cow. 1240 4 60
14 feeders.. 926 6 90 3 feeders.. 666
John Conroy, Nebraska.
tl feeders., 694 6 90 3 cows..,,; 633
D. C. Lovejoy, Nebraska,
2 cows 990 6 60 8 heifers..; 790
6 cows..... 968 10
Coffee & T Nebraska.
26 feeders.. 1038 6 65 20 feeders.. 1171
9 cows 7S5 4 35 1 bull 1140
1 bull. .....1420 6 00 2 bulls 1100
w. K. Fenner Neb.
16 rows 1011 0 16 7 cs.&hfn. 967 6 65
X feeders. . Wi 6 so
3.1 steers.. ..1165 6 60 3 steers .. 9S6 6 00
1 steer 1060 8 60 1 steer.. ...low) 6 60
49 C0WB.....lCJi 6 60 6 cows 1020 6 00
A. D. Ileed. Wyoming,
10 cows 828 4 30 2 cows 790 6 23
Hazel wood Tiros.
6 steers..., 936 6 0) 1 bull RW 4 75
Charles Fredericks. Wyoming.
feeders.. 1041 6 70 3 cows ilO 4 30
Charles Fredericks. Ir.. Wyoming,
2 feeders.. 1045 6 70 4 cows...,. 937 6 00
4 cows b47 4 SO
Fletcher Campbell, Colorado.
S4 cow KCS 6 40 17 cows 9S1 6
2G feeders.. 938 0 75 4 feeders.. 1012 6 25
110QS Supplies were very liberal.
about 178 cars, or 11,600 head, being re
ceivod. For the two dais the total is
17.COI, being over 1,000 smaller than last
week ana more than 3,U lighter than
tor tne same day last year.
Heavy receipts at alt points caused
general break in values this mamlmr.
and the local market opened slow with
ilea vies selling at a decline or lOffjinc.
Trade was necessarily draggy all tho
morning. Late trains were still coming
In at 11 o'clock, and with the fresh hogs
being yarded all the time packcra took
their tune about filling their ordnrs. Hulk
of the heavies and butchers landed at
37-4587-05 and tops reached 17.70.'
After filling a few scattering orders for
light hogs early in the morning buyers
refused to look at anything that was not
on the weighty order and consequently
nearly all of the lighter offerings re
inalned untouched until a late hour of
Towards midday buyers began to work
on the light hogs, and when they finally
began to move It looked as though tlie
break would bo practically the same as
that on heavies. Most of the sales were
made at a range of J7.OOS7.60. Movement
was very dull, and at noon there were
still a good ninny loads In first hands.
Pigs were very slow and uneven, anJ
It was very hard to get any accurate
line on the market, but so far as could
be learned, prices wero weak to a quar
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SHEET The opening trade was active
and strong to 101715c higher on every
thing In the killing line this morning, the
bullish feeling being chiefly due to tho
ugnt estimate or the local receipts eariy
In the day and to the comparatively llxht
run at Chicago. After most of the tat
stuff was disposed nf 'on - the basis as
neretotore mentioned, the late arrival ot
some of thtt rerolDts nml thn fact that
there Is only one day more before Thanks
giving, nna a very benrish intluenco on
the closing trade. When the market had
come to an end the majority of traders
were of the opinion that all tho advance
in prices wns lost, thouch prevail nu
values are still on a very high level as
compared with other points, being on a
par with those at Chicago,
The first transactions Included two or
three double decks or native and fed
wostern lambs- nt J7.60. nml shout tiv
double decks ot Idaho wheat field grades,
wiiii ten iieHu cm io tne cur, at ji.&o. A
small bunch ot native ewes rrnchol J1.60,
ana some on the 'fed western order
in'UKnt as murn as x,,!. There was a
very tight sprinkling or wethers and only
a few head ot yenrllncs. this not lwinu
enough to mnkc a market on that class
The Situation in foeilers wns atamtv tn
strong again today, with tha supply and
uuiimiiu iihib 11 any nitierent I ront yes
imuni (ir Hum inn cinnn nr mat n-.nv
If anything, the trfle tn foeder lambs
was not quite as active, ns fewer Iambs
Changed hands bv 10 n'nlnnlr. mmnawi
with the same time yesterday. The feeder
rues inciiine-j bdoui i.tw hcntl ot fecdor
wethers nt J4.3 this being- the same orlce
h car of Identically the same, .tuff
brought the tl.iv befom.
Quotations on shoepand lambs; Lambs,
good to choice, J7.2MJ7.00; lambs, fair to
JS.ir-fra.00; yearlings, hoavy. J4.rws.75;
year lncs. feeders. t1.tanA.4a:
nuou 111 cnoico. t.i.(if.su; wctnern. fair
to gpoa, si.wji.35: wethers. Xeodem J4.03
ti'.u'i cwtt, gona to onoioe, !V'if4,W
owns, iair 10 goou, -t.wjji.jn;. ewes, feed
ere, u.sotiu. 10.
ion cornfed Umbs w
184 cornfed lambs 80
9.1 cornfed lambs tn
47 Wyoming owes 101
so feeder ewes , iu
63 cornfed lambs m
IK pornfetl lambs 75
52 Wyoming lambs 64
60 Wvomlnir Ismbs M
190 Wyoming lambs 61
w reeaer iambs 75
SI cornfed lambs n
131 cornfed lambs 73
1K cornfed lambs , 73
153 cornfed Inniba 73
l.'l cornfed lambs ,. , 73
103 cornfml lambs 71
Its cornfed lambs t 77
141 cornfed lambs 77
iv ouiis ,, B4
71 cornfetl ewes , 123
CHIEF'S HUNT FOR HOLDUPS
PROVES TO BE WATER HAUL
Chief of Follco Henry W. Dunn resur
rected hie old pocket revolver last night
and with Detective Jim Donahoe went
In search ot the men who shortly after
7 O'clock held up and robbed Fred Hope
ot Dayton, O,. of J2.60.
Dunn was In the station when Hope
camo in to make complaint. Several of
ficers at once got busy - tho case, and
Dunn became tnnoculated with the man
hunt spirit. "Ques I'll so down and see,
If I can't get held up. It's been a long
time since I've prowled around in the
dark places, nnrt I might be able to land
those fellows," he said as he left the
station with Donahue.
Their search, however, wr as fruitier.
as that ot tho other officers, even though
the chief, with his companion, .prowled
about for an hour or more.
FOOD VALUE OF C0RNMEAL
Comfortlntr nnd Bnstnlnlnsr I'o-rrer
of the Cerent of the Fore,
The nutrition expert of the Agricultural
department at Washington has given
ceruricato or nign rood value to corn
meal. Those already familiar with the
virtues of corn bread do not need to be
told that It Is a good and nourlithlng food
Those who aro not acquainted with
havo missed a great deal.
According to the findings ot tho Agri
cultural department the food value of
corn meal averages as follows: Water,
12,5; protein, 9.G; fat, 9.1; starch and
sugar, 74.4; crude fiber, 1.0, and mineral
matter. 10 per cent: and the fuel valuo,
per pound, 1.6SS calories. For convenience,
this may be roughly stated In tenths,
cnetcnth being water, one-tenth protein,
seven-tenths starch, tho remaining tenth
being divided among fat, fiber and min
eral matter in approximately even
Putting It another way, the expert ot
nutrition Investigations nys that when
corn meal or Kaffir meal sells for
cents a pound, and some other cereal
cents, the housekeeper may consider that
she gets more than twice as much food
for her family for a glveji sum when
clio selects cornmenl. Also, when corn
meal Is 3 cents a pound and wheat flour
Is 6 cents, the meal has the advantage ot
about 60 per cants,
It matters not whether the meal
whlto nr yellow, that depending on the
corn of which It Is made, the food valuo
Is the ssme. The liking for one kind or
the other is merely a matter ot personal
preference. The main point of the argu
ment is that aa a rule corn meal
cheap and Is a splendid form of fuel
for the human machine.
In these days of Increasing city bakery
output the baking of bread has become
a lost art In many homes. As a conse
quence the present generation, or a large
part of tt, at least, knows very little
about the comforting and sustaining
powers of' the porn bread of the fore
fathers. In Kentucky, where corn Is
king of crops, Its excellent bread product
is known and appreciated tn rural homes,
but Is not so common In city kitchens
as It should be. It can be prepared In
varied forms, and In every form it Is
good nnd wholesome if the cook is "onto
the Job." Louisville. Courier-Journal.
Comiule Pays Coin.
As the Milwaukee club has refused to
take Catcher Ted Kasterly as part of the
deal by which the White Box got Iarry
Chapped, tho outfielder, Comiskey has
paid S1.&00 In cash to the Brewers. The
original agreement called for $13,600 In
money, the release of Player Petll, and
a catcher worth tl.MO. Comlakey handed
over SUV) and Beall when Chapuell was
released to him. The additional bonus
Just paid Involves a total outlay ot $15,000
for Chappell, who dldn'ttcome up to ex.
pectatlons after he had Joined the White
Muscatine lletalna 11 oaa.
Muscatine of the Central association
announces that Wank Boyle has been re
talned as manager for 1914.
.XX) 140 7 40
.'107 1M 7 40
AUTO THIEVES FEAR LITTLE
Twenty-Six Stolen in Month and
No One Fnnishcd.
VALUABLE PROPERTY- DAMAGES
Many Token "T Joyriders to Jie
Driven llrril. Mlsnseil, Tlrotten
or Wrecked, nml Left "br
It was not many yoars ago that In
Omaha and vicinity mon wero hanged for
stealing a horse, tho value of which vras
otttlmcs less than J100. During the lost
thirty days twenty-six nutomomies,
valued at from $1,000 to J4.000. were stolen.
and not a single .person was so much as
given a Jnll sentence.
The iollce have .been able to catch but
few auto thieves, and this fact may have
foutethlng to do with tho- Jnck ot Jail
sentences. And perhaps since ,all ot the
machines wero recovered, sometimes
badly damaged, where they were aban
dotted by tho thieves, tho pollco haVe
worried but little.
Many of tho cars stolen were used for
only a few hours nnd others were kept
for several days. In many cases the ma
chines were disabled or tha tires stolen.
Taken by Joy Riders.
It, Is thought that the machines are
used In most cases by the thieves for Joy
riding only, though In several Instances
tho notice learned that tho thieves used.
them as taxlcahs and realised consider
able money In that way during tho short
time they kept them. Sunday night the
auto thieves Introduced an Innovation by
using the stolen car In a scries ot street
Unless a car Is offered for sale tn a
state other than the one from which It
Is stolen, a charge ot grand larceny can
not be lodged against tho thlof, say the
authorities, hence the slight punishment
when a, car thlet la caught, which la not
The following are tho victims of n,
months Mrs. Frank Williams, 2210 Pink
r.ey street; C. It Fields, Marion, la.; A
J. Cooly; T. O. Pettlgrew, Carter Lake
club; Joo Batemo, 723 Pierce street; Mr.
Hudson, Omaha; -toy Wilcox. Coujft.ll
Bluffs; K. V. Pertitx, Omaha; I. D.
Willie, 1002 South Thlrty-elxth street; J.
W. Munimvw, IC34 Harney; Clifford Hub
bard, 1103 South Twenty-ninth street; O.
K. Otborn. Weston, la.; O. J. Dnright,
Omaha; William .Shorter, Omaha; J, D.
Reed, 1414 Bhertnan avenue; John Madden,
2210 Farnam street; IL Harper, 1QU City
National Bank building: C. 8. Cstus,
Tabor, la.; Dr. OoeU, Omaha; E. Ives,
North Bond, Neb.; A. L Jotmson. 1113
South Th'lrtleth street; J. Ft Stout, 117
Houth Thirty-ninth street; Roland, Brown,
2020 Kmmet; II. Doorly, 2007 Dodge; F. I.
Adams, 3722 Paclflo; Frank Judson. IU
South Thirty-second street-
Persistent Advertising Is the Road 'to
Business Success. "
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