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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1914)
THH HKK: OM MIA. TIRKNIUY, ALHll'ST fi. 1014.
OU KTtKI) I OR IIF.XT.
Apirlmraia a ad I'lata.
4, 5 ana 6-rooms
Fire Proof Buildings
The Strehlow. Iloland
and Majestic Apartments
16th and Yates Sts.
PAYNF. & SLATER CO., Agts.
C1G Omaha Nat'l.
THE Thorvald, one S-room apt.. $.16; Jani
. top service; references required. H. 610.
LA VERNA. 1812 Capitol Ave., new brick,
modern, choice furnished apartments,
running water In every room. 1. 8M.
Boara mmOV Roarnta.
REEDHUKST . . .V?'s7T4!
(Va) lime room on Parntun car lino for
a rr man sn,4 ulfa Taxi I J .a
FOR WORKING MEN
Uood rooms, with excellent board; rates
very reasonable. 1811-13 Howard. D. 7145.
l-ROOM furnished houae from Jly II
to September 1. H. 6870.
TWO nicely furnished front rooms on
first floor, single or together; H block
from car, Phone Harney g74S.
WANTEU A younK girl to assist In
hotisework:, rood home; small family.
ti. 6635. 914 P. Sxth St.
The Davis Apt, 610V, 8. 16th. Newly for
nUhed rooms, mod. ; private baths. D. 7138.
JTRONT parlor on first floor, single room
on second floor, both suitable for 2 gen
tlemen; modern, cool; hoard. Web. 8070.
. Twenty-'flrst and Chicago. First-class,
low rates. Will leaae to reliable party for
MADISON HOTEL 21st and Chicago.
First class, low rates. Will lease to re
liable party for long term.
PHOT. furnished rooms, walking dis
lance private family, no chil
dren, fine-home: board if desired. Ty nu
Room in private family, 1 or 2 gentlemen
or man wife; board if desired. H. 071.
famished HoaHkeeslag Rooms.
TWO newly furnished, modern house
keeping rooms; gas, linen, close-in, It
1713 Dewey Ave.
715 S. 18TH t--Houekeeplng and Bleep
ing rooms; mod. bouse. Phone T. 1021-W.
DAVENPORT, 2S16 Cool, rood.
BO. 16th ST.,, 725 Housekeeping rooms en
suite: first floor; also sleeping rooms.
Tyler 1021 W.
THREE nice second-floor rooms, modern
house. Tel. Webster 8O70.
Hotels and Apartmenta.
CALIFORNIA Hotel. 16th and California.
Weekly rates $2 and up. Douglaa 7063.
POIKIE HoTEle- Modern. Reasonable,
OODEN HOTEL room I per week.
CLEAN, newly furnished, large, 1 room
ensuite; housekeeping complete; splen
did location; only $176 a week. 2526
2416 CASH Newly docorated 2 or 3-room
' suttea, modern. '
Ifonaes avail Coltagres.
NONE tb compare, 7-room house; also 4
rooni flat. 220 N. 23d.
TTcmana ln alt parts of the city.
iluusLS Crelgh Sons A Co., Bee Bldg.
2619 Miami St., 6-r., partly modern, $12.
2400 N. 18th St., s-r., mod. ex. heat. $J0.
J 607 Grace 8t., f-r., mod. ex. heat, $18.
028 N. 22d St., -r., modern, $18.
J 007 N. IHh St., T-r., mod. ex. heat, hades,
- . us., $1. . '
1908 N. 26th fit., B-r. cottage, mod. e.
heat; shades; fine location, papered
' and painted throughout, $20.
W. O. SHR1VER,
Ph. D. 1636. 1047 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
1701 DAVENPORT ST., rooms, alt mod
, ern, $37.50.
2529 Cass St, rooms, all modern, $35.
: U2J N 19th St, 10 rooms, all modern. $30.
' $;1A Jones St., 8 rooms, all' modern, $30.
IflOSVfc 8. 22d St., 6 rooms, all mod., $23.
1506 Yatas St., 5 rooms and bath, all
1008 Pacific Bt. 4-r.. mod. ex. heat. $15.
1506 Ohio Pt, rooms, partly mod., $15.
BIRKETT A CO..
423 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 659.
Free Rental List
Complete Information about every va
cant house and apartment In the cltv.
This service ts free. Tel. Douglaa 4477.
(Fidelity Storage A Van Co.
WEST Farnam, new cathedral district;
modem brick, rooms, large yard with
t rees; leaae to right party. Harney 217 1.
Fidelity Storage Co.
Storage, moving, packing and shipping.
16 A Jackson St a. - Phone. Doug. 1516.
'ub6" - rates for 60 days.
Par A nan ) 1 OsT a... -
I .a rem van. a mn El ok w . . ,
men, II per hp. 171S Webster. Voug. UH,
" hVLi RENT
We have a complete list of all housea.
i.partment and lata that are for rant.
This Hut can be seen free of oharce at
" cuorage CO., 8U H. lth St
MODERN S-room house, hot water hecu
large sleeping porch; also modern 6
room house. Call Webster 41H.
See Our Rental List
' We have a rental list that you should
see If you want to rant a house.
Our rental list Includes several new
houses, all modern and in the best loca
Monthly rentals range from 1 to $40
For further information telephone Doug
or call at our office. '
OrounU Floor , Bee Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
FOR RENT AH modern 0-room house.
. 3617 No. 20th St. Tel. Wb. (;.
J. C. RiJEDExp- " piano A furni
' v' -v-'-'tJ iif moving D. 6146. W. 2741
114 S AT1I ST.
all modern house,
1130 S. 29th St. 7-r., partly modern. $17 50
RASP BROS.. D.W10LAgJ8M.
HKVEN'-ROOM modem house, llnti and
..iihhtti cn. svarney 4JMa.
$.0.--j2 Harney., 6-r., modern.
H4J.003 Burt. 6-e.. mod., garage
1j?-?; !,rk Av"-. -' modern flat.
Paik Ave., 6-r.. modern flat.
.0w-l15 Howard, 6-r., 2d floor
$17.50 Xt.14 Sherman Ave.. -r., all in best
ot repair, fine lartye rooms; new plumbing
$15.0O-2h3o Charts. J-r , mod. ex. heat
liEOKU A COMPANY.
Tel. D. 7f4. 02 City Nat. Bank R1H
a lure a aaa 4ffleea.
Fine cool rooan with vault, elec. light
and water frew; 14Stx27 ft partitlomd
for $ private rooma and recepuon room
' 4jids clroctly ou beautiful court, ikl
floor. Apply room 103, Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT An office with reception
room, reasonahle. H4 State Bank Bldg.
GOOD barm room for or 16 horsea
. 1B17 Webatair St Call Douglas 41
HUB A JtA.NCII LAND FOR BALIS
' FOR 8AUB S20 acres in eastern Colo
" rado. l ulmproved. 0 acres farm land,
balance Has lure. Price, $1.j0. Good in
yeatment Fcr Information, address Box
Z. Impenlal, Neb.
FARM A HAM II L.4.MI I'OH S ll.tt
25 ACHES fruit land, unimproved SW
miles north, $76 per acre. lay A Hess
C.., 123 Pearl St.. Council Bluffs,
FARM for sale, ill 6 mil north
of Council Bluffs poatot lice, on Mine
KUn road. Well fencvd ami watered.
Good blua grass. Bom timber. 10 acre
I corn. Price. 8 Her acre. Day A llnl
Co., 13 Pearl Pt.. Council Bluffs. In.
85-ACRE improved farm In hills. Some
fruit Small buildings. Uood water, a
mllea north, $75- per aore. Can add an
other 40 at same rate. Day A Hesa Co.,
123 Pearl St., Coum-il VUiffa,
160 beautiful southern Minnesota farms In
the heart et the corn belt In Watonwan,
Blue Earth and Broun countiea; well im
proved and located, rich soil, tire crops,
write for our list and beautiful booklet,
"Southern Minnesota." C. K. Urowtt Iaud
and lan t'o , Madella, Minnesota.
NO KAILURES In Pine county, Minne
sota; close to best markets; choice
lands, easily cleared. $2o per acre; easy
terms. Hunt-Johnson, illnrkley, Minn.
FOR SALE '.TO acres 4f miles from Mln
' neaiHjIis, one mile from town; ltio acres
undsr cultlv.tio. bal. used for pasture;
can practically all be cultivated; heavy
soil; good set of buildings, conalvttug of
8-roo n house, large barn, granary, coi n
cribs, etc.; the land will produce 60 bush
els of corn per acre; telephone In house;
country thickly settled; complete set of
machinery: 27 head of stock, consisting of
U cows, balance 1 and 2 years old; 6 good
horses, 25 hogs, rhlckens; Vi of this year's
crop and everything on the farm goes at
V0 per acre; half cash. Schwab Proa,
101'8 Plymouth Rid., Minneapolis, Minn.
FOTJNIV-KO-acra homeetead In settled
neighborhood: fine farm land: not sand
hills: cost you 2 filing lees and alU J.
A. Tracev. Klmhall. 'Neb.
FOR HALB-Hest large body, high-grade
medium-priced land in Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradlcv, Wol
hach, Neh. o.
FOR SALE Farms, roJUn, gracing land,
near Dalton, Neb. Section with hous.
$3,M0; half-section with house, l.tK0; half
aectlon without Improvements, $1,600; 2iH)
acres without Improvements, $!,(. R. K.
Robinson, owner. Route 2, Corvallls, Ore.
WILL MAKE FINE STOCK FARM.
1.600 acrea fine, smooth, rich valley land,
west of Dalton, Cheyenne county. Nob,
Eastern owner will sacrifice If sold
HICKS LAND AGENCY, OMAHA.
Best dairy and general crop state In ths
union; settlers wanted: lands for sale at
low prices, on easy terms. Ask for book,
let 34 on Wisconsin Central I -and irant
State acres wanted. Write about our
gracing lands. If Interested in fruit
lands, ask for booklet on Apple Orchards
ln Wisconsin. Address Land Dept., Suo
Line Ry., Minneapolis. Minn.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE K. E.
FOR EXCHANGE Several good Missouri
farms for Nebraska farms. Write what
you have. Guy R. Stanton, Lebanon, Mo.
No Commission Realty Co.
S16-30 Faxton Block.
If you want to buy, sell or exchange
your property or business, go where that
kind of business is ilonu. Everybody goes
to the No Commission Realty Co., BE
CAUSE nobody pays a commission.
Pianos for other musical lnstru'ts. D. 2017.
TO TADE 1 acres of level land, three
miles from Fort Morgan, Colo., aoil Is
heavy, all under cultivation, 50 acres
elfhlfa, four wire fence, all under Ir
rigation with water right from one of the
largest ditches in Colorado. Price $lb0 per
acre. Will trade for good stock of general
merchandise, this land is. worth, the
money and will stand Inspection. A snap
for some one. Address O. K. Hotchkin,
FOR SALE or trade, an eastern Nebraska
Improved one-quarter, or will trade for
live stock a fine level Improved one
quarter ln Fall River county, S. D.
Incumbrance $UJ00. Due five years at 6
per cent Daniel McNelf, bnlthwlck,
S. D. . . . '
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE sold nine houses last week let us
sell yours this week. We have more
buyers than we have houses for sale.
See ua today.
THE VOGEL REALTY A1ENCY. '
. 1016-16 W. O. W. Bldg.
- REAL ESTATE IXANS
$100 to $10,VU0 made promptly. F. D.
Weed. Weed Bldg.. lntb and Farnam.
CI1Y and farm loans, 6, 6Vi. per cent
J.H.Dumont A Co., In03 Farnam, Omaha
HARRidON A MORTON. 816 Om NaL
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust co.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farina.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat. Douglaa 2715.
WANTED City loans and warrauta.
W. Farnam Smith A Co., 1330 Farnam.
GARVIN RROS Lot"- rJ" and up.
VXV IJlW'J' Omaha Nat Han.
SEE us first if you want a. faria loan.
United States Trust Co., Omaha, Neb.
MONEY on, hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder, City Nat bk. Bldg.
rtTV I1AR RomU.Carlbers Co..
0 110-212 Brandels Theater Bldg.
CITY nronertv. Ijiru. .nans a aoeuialtv.
! W. 11. Thomas. 22? State Banu Bldg. '
ABSTRACTS UK TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co..
a modern abstract office. bo. 171a
fit. Phone Douglas 6437.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska. 206 Branela Tneater.
ACBKAOK FOR BALE.
1 acre, 6 blocks north of cur line and
Psved street, north t Country club and
Krug park. Price, $7M.
2 acrea nut Benson way; high, alghtly
location, overlooking Benson within easy
walking distance to car line; $20 cash, til
a moitth. - Price, tl.Uu. ...
2' acres, 6 blocks from end of car line,
ln Benson, nearly all seeded to alfalfa;
cement walka along one aide; can he di
vided Into thirteen 50-ft lots. Price,
2 acres, with 6-room cottage; only a few
blocks from end of car line. In Benson.
Price. $2 NU0. v
4 acres.' northwest of Benson; lays level:
finest kind of soil; fine for gardening
Price, $l,7u0 Easy terms.
V acres,, northwest of Benson; mostly
in alfalfa: h.is running water; large shade
trera; fine place for a little farm near
Omaha, where you can grow moat any
thing you wish. Small payment down
and small monthly payments will start
you on your way to independence.
These are only a few of the Icrge list
rt 'arreaire nrelMM'tltia wa hava Li itfl'..r
I Your money invested In acreane property
la one or tne Barest ana Beat investments
you con get. -c -
Hastings '& Hey den
1614 Harney 8t. - -
CITY PROPKHTY FOR tAtC.
Two Blocks of Ix)ts
$75.00 to $295.00
$1 down, $1 per week, without Interest.
You may pay weekly, monthly, quar
terly, any way, Just so your payments
average $1 per weak.
Ask any Dundee man what he thinks
of buying property that will soon be a
part of DUNDEE. He will tell you how
much he has made by Increase In value
ln Dundee property.
These lots will go quickly.
II. II. Harper,
lOli-ll City National Bank Bldg.
PHoPKItrv i ur aLK.
I IT Y
r" $ ffT ; 4;St J T; '!
THIS NKW. MODKRN HOME,
$3.iV) FOR Vi LI Civ SALE.
House alone cost over $:t. TOP ; 8-room,
strictly modern, oak finish, newly leco
rated; laundry and every detail of the
modern home; level lot, south front, paved
street, beautiful location, close to two car
lines, near 2i?th and Meredith; small
amount cash required. See us today If
you want an tni anal value.
McKITRICJC REAL ESTATE CO.,
316 Hamre Rldr. D. 1482. lMh A Harnev.
Lermed Mt SH!i N. 18th between Pinkney
an Evans; has large living room. Bun
parlor, dining room and kitchen on first
floor; three good bedrooms and bath on
second floor; first floor finished ln oak
with beautiful stairway leading to second
floor. Full basement, furnace heat,
strictly modern, complete and ready to
occupy. One block from car line. Terms,
fi cash, the balance like rent.
Call us up and we will be glad to show
you this property.
Douglas 4W. .. 2;s Omaha Nat Hank Bldg.
v Close-In Corner
Best in Town for
N'orthesst corner Twenty-fourth and St
Mary's, 72x147, with two two-story frame
houses In fine condition. Price reduced
to $12,000. Will consider all cash offer. It
can't be beat for the money,
Tyler 1536. OTI-10-12-14 State Bank Bldg.
See Happy Hollow
Just, east of the boulevard and Happy
Hollow club grounds and north of Dodge
Take the West Fa mam-Dundee car and
get off at ITnderwood Ava. and the boule
vard, walk aouth along the boulevard and
notlca the many beautiful homes already
built. Irge lots, paved streets, easy
George & Company
Phone D 7KS. 902 City Natl. Bank Bldg.
Five rooms, strictly modem, oak finish
and oak floors throughout, built-in book
cases and buffet, lsrge attic; all rooms
nicely decorated: screens, window shades.
Located at 3171 Larimore Ave. Easy
Norris & Norris
400 Bee Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 4270.
North front, paved street Only 400 ft.
from .Jots held at $10 per foot. When
M") cash Is paid will loan money to build
to SUIT YOU.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.
1016 Omaha NaUonal Bank. Douglas 2715.
BRAND NEW BUNGALOW, six rooms
and bath, three rooms finished In oak,
with oak floors throughout; large living
rooms; high grade . plumbing, Bhudes,
screens; lighting can he selected by
buyer; fine corner. lot, 52x133 ft.; paved
street; close to school and West Side
park car line. Price, $3,850. Easy terms,
or will take vacant lot.
inn McCagun Bldg. Phone Douglas 165.3,
Owner Must Sell
3111 Sherman Ave.
Eight large rooms, thoroughly modern,
oak down stairs, attic all finished. large
and full basement, press brick foundation,
hot water heat, all in first class condi
tion. Owner lives In house, open for In
spection at any Ulrne. Terms to responsi
ble party. Onlv $.".K)0.
MUST SELL AT ONCE
4-Voom bungalow, riot yet finish -d,
front vestibule ' with cost closet, with
full-slsed mirror door bath room, no fix
tures; linen closet and clothes closet, back
vestibule and pantry; full basement and
good well; large shade trees and vard
fences; come and investigate; easy terms.
Open every day.
Call Owner and Builder
' 4123 Ohio. Web. 6329.
Field Club Snap
Attractive modern hninw g wini.
bath. Oak finish and floors. Dandy cor- !
, auoui Four years ago and
always occupied by owner, a physician.
Splendid opportunity for young doctor.
Worth much-more than the price. Let
us show you.
Tyler 166. jOk-Ui-12-14 State Bank Bldg.
Cash Offer Wanted
Offered for $3,900
What will you give for a brand new,
strictly modem, oak finished home? Full
two stories, six large rooms besides bath
den and acreened-ln sleeping porch. Stair
way to attic: full basement; sodded yard
screens, window shades and fine light flx
tures: decorated throughout; lovat.d on
a full corner lot, nr Miller park, at
2441 Laurel Ave. AImo have a duplicate
on lnaide Jut at 2:M Laurel Ave - Am
leaving the city Friday and no reason
able offer will be refused. Let us show
you this with wur auto and you will be
c nvlnced that it is well built and a bar
gain for the price. Phone Charles Horn,
Owner, Harney 5210. for more information.
Sioo California St. Living room, sun
room, dining room, kitchen fir.t floor;
fuur bedrooms and bstli second floor; full'
basement and attic, floored all over; first
fl"or ln oak, second floor birch and ma He
Large lot . Must be seen to be sptrV
ciated. GALLAGHER & NELSON,
644 Brandels Bldg Phone Douglas S3X2.
New. modern, frame and stucco, oak
and birch finish. Yale hardware; three
bed rooms and sleeping Tjrch; corner lot
paved street; a complete home, beat bur
WRIGHT & LASBURY
UI6 8 Kh et, Tel. Douglas P.2.
t-ROOM house, renu for $18 "s must-be
sold at onus; $3u will hanoJe It it. Til.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
England it Short of Breadstufft and
Will Needi Imports
TRADERS FEEL MORE SECURE
Importers Are Aasared by F.aalaad
that All "hlpmeata lata Do
ma I a Will He tiaaraateed
OMAHA. Aug 5. 1914.
' Advices from the United Kingdom say
that the supply of breadstuff held in the
laerixHl and Indon markets la abnor
niady small and that not only the aver
aae traders, but millers and bakera leal
that supplies must le brought In within
a short time or there will he more or
less suffering among many millions of
people who depend on the baker lor the
daliy bread. There are now at Liverpool,
according to advices to the Chicago
Hoard of Trade, 7c".,in1 barrels of flour
sncl il.S6.mm bushels of wheat On the
ocean and bound for the United Kingdom
theie are 20.17ti,OiKi bushels of wheat, wim
fnnir included as wheat, and I7.S36.WW
bushelj bound for the continent, making
a total of Si,fali.Oio bushels afloat with the
destination the Importing countries re
ferred to. These supplies are a little
larger than those ot a week ago as well
aa a year ago.
The trade felt a little more secure In Its
position In the wheat market than at any
time for mere thHn a week. The ad
vances of iv to 2 cents for the day
were the result of announcement that the
lAindon Corn Trade association haa se
cured assurance from the British govern
ment that It will assume war risks on all
Its grain contracts destined to the United
Kingdom. Considerable wheat was bought
on this, and this buying was largely by
shorts. The volume of trade, however,
was small and It Is likely to continue
light until such time as the war situa
tion will permit of broader markets.
Cash wheat was weak, as buyers held off
aprt the trade amounted to only 6,tW
Manv of those who were on the selling
Ids of wheat during the early part ot
the day were bueis later. Crop condi
tions in the northwest promise an aver
age yield, but ln the Canadian north
west losses have been sensational.
The corn market was an attractive af
fair as it was In the hands ot bulls and
advanced 21o, It was a market where the
hears were in the minority and they had
had no chance to control the situation.
The volume of business was small on ac
count of the heavy call for margins. Dry
weather with Increased crop complaints
from all parts of the belt, coupled with
the scarcity ot cash article, helped prices
no little. -
The eastern call for corn wag active,
sales mo.!) bushels.
Oats were slow, but prices were SITSc
higher. The strength In corn helped.
Conservative men In the provision trade
advanced the opinion that the receipts of
hogs are to be moderate during the bal
ance of this month, and that the total for
August will be small compared with
August 1813. ,
Wheat was lo to 2Vc higher.
Corn was ISo to Sc higher.
Oats were Ho to lo higher.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour
equal to 492.000 bushels; corn, 6,000 bush
els; oats. none.
lTlmary wheat receipts were .ii,iw
bushels and shipments 1.674,000 bushels,
against receipts of 2,2.Xi0 bushels and
on the corresponding days last year. Con
ditions are practically the same as they
have been since the middle ot last week,
CITY PROI'liRTY FOR SALE.
At 628 S. 19th Ave. I have a fine R-room
cottage ln excellent repair, modern ex
cept furnace. In the olose-ln district where
values are rising rapidly. Worth $4,500;
offered how on easy terms for $1,600.
' A vacant lot, No. .21.. block 2, Shull a
Third addition. This la on 21st St., second
lot north of Woolworth, close to govern
ment commissary; paving, sewer, water,
gas, sidewalks, all paid. Lot 122.5 feet
deep, on grade. Easy terms. A snap for
Another bargain! A 6-room house
situated on two lots, 1 and 2, In block 13,
Ralston, Neb. Worth $1,800. Will sell for
W. A. Hixenbaugh
IS14 Bt. Mary's Ave. ' Phone Douglas 4236.
FIELD CLUB HOME
Dandy 5-roflm cottage, entirely modern,
elaborately decorated, paved street, east
front lot, one-halt block to Field club,
two blocks to car and near school. Price
C. G. CARLBERG,
3)0-12 Brandels Theater Bldg.
NEAR JIANSCOM PARK
$2M CASH. BALANCE LIKE RENT.
Nearly new, strictly modern 6-rootn
bungalow; oak finish; full rement base
ment; two blocks to car; fine corner lot
THE VOGEL REALTY AGENCY,
1015-16 W. O. W. Bldg.
FOR SALE, cheap, nine-room, modern
house, with four choice lots, one block
from the car line and In good neighbor
hood, priced right and terms If desired.
The Allen Ind and Investment com
pany, BM Brandels Bldg. Tel. Bed 6266.
A SNAP Must u soli', at once. Seven
room house, electrio light, gas, city
water, toilet, 50-foot front, good barn.
3128 Burdette, $l.noo, Small payment down
and the rest like rent. Call Web. 1306.
We Can Make Your Money
Earn at Least 1 and
Possibly More in Amounts
of $100 and Up With Am
Set Ut tor Further Pirticulm
HASTINGS & KEYDEH
1614 Harny Stroot
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Seabid bids will be received at the office
of the Board of Commissioners of Slate
Institutions at the State Capitol, Lincoln,
Nebraska, until 2 o'clock p. in.. Saturday,
August 15th, IHH, for the furnishing ot all
material, supplies, Isbor and the proper
construction of a brick hospital building
at the Soldiers' and Sailors' Home at Mil
ford. Ni'bracka, In accordance with the
plans and specifications prepared by Jo
seph W. Salmon, architect
Also for the furnishing of all supplies,
material, labor and the proper installation
for the plumbing and healing of said
building according to said plans and
a peel flea lions.
Also for the furnishing of all supplies,
material, labor and the electric wiring of
said building according to said plans and
Separate bida must be mails for each of
the three Improvements above mentioned.
All bids must bs accompanied by a certi
fied check fur 6 per cent of the amount of
Plans and specifications may be had at
the office of the Board at the Stale
House jr at the offl of the architect,
Unooln, Nebraska. The Board reserves
the right to reject any or all bld .
BOARD OK COMMISSIONERS OF
By SILAS A. IIOU'OWB, Chairman.
shipments of 1.34.flon busheis last year.
I'rlinar corn receipts were f.a0ii bushels
ami ahipiiw ills -S.'iO bushels, agiilnst re
ceipts of 47,OH) bushels tnd shipments of
770.iM hual-.e's last year. Prlmurv oats
receipts were I. Urtli bushels and ship
nients 87.VtiO bushels, against receipts of
1. .!. OiiO bushels and shipments of 431. (
bushels Isst year.
Whest Corn. Oals. Ra.
St. lvouls ...
These sales were repotted today: Wheat
No 3 hard winter: 1 car. 8 4 cars,
sOo. No. t hard winter: 2 cars tdnrki, Vie;
2 cars, 7!c; I car. r. No. 3 spring: 3
cars, !LV Coriv-No. 1 white: 1 car. 75c.
No. t white: 1 car. TPe: I car. 74Ho. No. $
white: 2 cara, 74c. No. 4 white 1 car,
73tc; No. 1 ellow: 4 cars 7'.o; No. $
yellow: I cara. 73V! 1 car, 7!; No. $
vellow: 3 cars. 72c-: No. 1 mlxe l car,
73c; I car, 72Hc; 1 car, 7'.'c; l cars, 7IV.
No. 2 mixed: 1 car, 8o; 1 car, 71r: 1
cars, 71Vcv No. t mixed. 1 car, 73c; S car,
72c: 2 cars, 71c. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, '.
No. 6 mixed: 2 cars, 6c. Sample; I car,
Tv. Oats Standard: I car, V'. No-
white: 8 cara. S.tc; 4 cars, $3c; I care,
3c. No. 4 white: cars, S3c: $ cars, 2Sc.
No. 4 mixed: I car. 3.Hc.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat ' No. I
hard. TO-Mc; No. 8 hard. 7siti4i?-; Ncv 4
hard, 74v.hONo: No. 2 spring, KitKJc;
No. S spring, mtiic: No. 4 spring. 7sn
V; No. 2 durum, MVulo; No. 2 durum, 7
80c Corn: No. 2 white, 74W4VTV:. No. 8
white. 73ff74c; No. 4 white. 7;if73Wc; No.
2 yellow, 7iV,tT72V-; No. 8 yellow, 7HiiT2c;
No. 4 yellow, 71WU7IV; No. I mixed. 714r
73c; No. 3 mixed, 7Hi71c; No, 4 mixed,
KSMITOo. Oata: No. 2 white. IVfi'jc;
standard, 83Vktf.t3Sr: No. 8 white, a.vflxr to;
No. 4 white, S2HtfS8c Barley Malting,
47ui4o; No. 1 feed. 42T47c. Rye; No. 2.
flbVtlf; No. $. 65UG5VkO.
tlllCAtiO GRAIN .f1 PROVISION:
rrtcee ss Hoard of Traae.
CHICAGO. Aug. 5. Despite the shock
of England having entered the war and
of having apparently forsaken plans to
guarantee the safety of grain shipments
Intended for British ports, prices today
on the board of trade here developed
grea strength. Violent declines, which at
first took place, were succeeded by sn
all-around advance. Net gains for the
day were. Wheat, -T,o to 8'.c; com. l4c
to 2c; oats. 2"c to lc: provisions. 25c to
Sudden upsetting of tha trade under
standing that the question of ocean war
risks had been to a large extent settled
seemed to overturn at first all thought
that general .hostilities would mske more
necessary for European requirements
Immense quantities of foodstuffs
from the I'nited Ststes. It was
not long, however, before the wheat mar
ket here began to feel the effect ot cable
grama that the stock on hand In Liver
pool was scanty, and that prices there
were anvanclng In a manner that showed
alarm. Abnormal strength ln the Winni
peg market was deemed a spKlal signifi
cance in this connection.
Shipping demand for corn w'gg urgent,
especially from the east. There 'were
reports that drouth damage was reducing
the crop so thst the total yield was not
unlikely to fall below a ten-year aver
age. A quantity ot No. 2 yellow corn
brought the highest price so far this sea
son. 80o a bushel, notwithstanding that
during much of the time today September
wheat was also selling here In the 80s.
Oats showed a lively tendency upgrade
all day, and even other grain was on the
decline. Opinion was general that rela
tively at were too low, aa compared
with other cereals.
Reports which, however, were not veri
fied, that Great Britain had bought 5.000..
OiW pounds of meat here, led lo a remark
able buigd In the provision market. The
chief advance was In pork, $1.55, with the
close at the top level reached. Lard
gained a value of 25o to 27So, and riba
35e to 7Wc.
Grain prices furnished by local branch
office of Logan Bryan Co.:
Article. Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.
Sept..., I eo.
,... 18 I
70 I T2i
S8'l 25VI S7T
41 "oS 40t,
44 42 44
20 80 I 18 80 'l 20 30
8 80 I
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Aug. 5
WHEAT September, nc; No. 1 hard,
kSc; No. 1 northern, 9Scl41 0i,; No 1
northern, 87Hc4i $1.02t.
WH KAT Higher.
KLOITR Advanced 20c a bairsl.
BARLEY 44i 63c.
CORN-No. 3 yellow, 74iij744p.
OATS No. 8 white, $7fe37',,c-.
FLAX $1.54S 1.56.
flntaha 1 1 a Mml4
PRAIR1IC HAY. iln 1 hnll I
fiu.wii ii.w. asn.utFJiiu.iit: rail, x ia in
Si.0a. No. 1 to choice midland. M.vufs
10.00; No. 2. $8.0Oy9.5O; No. 2, $6.0(8.00. No.
1 to choloe lowland, $8.00U.00; No. 2. $6 00
8.00: No. 8, $4.00&a.OO.
- - " w a ar w 7VfbKriuaj.irv.
choice wheat, $4 004.50.
ALFALFA-No. I to choice, $12.0013.0O:
No. 2. $10.00011.00.
CHICAUO LIVK STOCK MARK HT
tattle Steady 0 Stroag lloges
atroaa- aaa lllgher.
CHICAGO, Aug. 6. CATTLE Receipts,
12,fw head: market steady to strong;
beeves. $7.10fl l: steers. 16 4'infi 40- mtnr-Z.
ers and feeders, $i8ott7.0; cows and
neuera, (a i(m lu; calves, 7 IXmiv00
HOOS-Hecelnts. 13.0110 head: market
strong and higher; bulk of sales, ST.8s4i. 26 :
light. X vtfxrtH fs: mixed (7 7iW.iH7K- K....w
diJ.-O .... . a. "z : '
$30 rougn, n.mKtft. ib, pigs, $7.00
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, ,
head: market strong to 15c higher; sheep,
K iV; y,"n. $i.768.76; lambs,
St. Loots Live. Stoek Market.
ST. IXJI'IS, Mo.. Aug. 5. CATTLE
Receipts. 4,300 head; market steady; na
tive beef steers, $7.5jUi.76; coas and
heifers, $5.'crt.25, Blockers and feeders.
$o.00cu7.60; southern steers. 86.oo zi- ,.....
and heifers, $4-5n.5u; native calves, $6.00
tf it r.
HOGS-ReceipU, 4.000 head: market
higher; pigs and lights, $6.6or(j75: mixed
and butchers, $.J54&75; good heavy, !.2&3
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, .6t
neau, maraei sieauy; lambs, strong to 10c
h'gher: native muttons, $4 0134 50, lambs,
SloaK City Live Mock Market.
SIOUX CITY. la.. Aug. S. CATTLE
Rei-elnta. MO hend- market ..HU. nu.i...
steers, $S.5US 60; cows end heifers, $i"i.7w
AOII: Teicaa ni ...I itlr.,,ju.
' - ........ , . u rr,
tanners,, $3. s1t-S .ffi; calves, $7.5X'i.0u; bulls.
Bcdsa, etc., .iyaij.su.
HOGS Receipts, 1, 0K head; market 5)0c
higher; heavy. $7 7foe.0O; mixed, 87.7tr7.75
light, r'7.70; bulk of sales. $7 7l7 60.
SHV-n.p AVIl I.AM fcsl U.,..l,.l. I .,,
head; no tone; fed muttons, $5.70t(6.3.i;
wethers. $5.2.r3f.65, ewes, $4.5uu5.uO: lunibs,
Kansaa t'lty Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Aug. (. CATTLE
Receipts, , bead; market higher; prime
fed steers, $1 W 85; dressed beef steers,
$7.75j.2; western steers. 16 7:,i 2-.-
Blockers and feeders. $6uj.05; bulls. $o.00
n.io, caivea. n.tp lo.w
H04 IS Receipts, 3.0ut head: market
steady: bulk of Balsa. 17 7V.iji 10- i....t
$7.7fjOf; packers and butchers, $7.au6 20;
iiRiii. iuv 'i plea, ' no'yi . in.
SHEEP AND I.AMHS- Receipts. 9.600
head, market higher; lamba, $7.80iH.lu:
yearlings, $5.50414 50: wethera. 14 7,'.,,f. 7r.-
Dry Goods Market.
H'CW VObt,' , . . E r.uv ...........
" - . . ...... .u. u. 1 ' 1 . I 1 J i O
Coltuu goods market was firm todsy on
bag goods and easier on wide print
cloths. Sales of fine yarn goods more
active. Burlap advanced more than 50
rat I' ft. ,1 1 in Ih. lu.t T i .
; " ..." " " " " .Miiviia 1 1 v. 1 1 s
and advancing Wbrated yarns higher.
x.uiiisj in luuai lines sccauler.
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Cattle Eeceipti Very Light and
Pricfi Steady to Ten Higher.
H0QS DOLLAR 10WEK IN WEEK
Sheep aatf l.amtte In Light tapply at
All Totals, with Fair fleylag De
maact Steady la ghaae
SOCTH OMAHA, Aug. 5. 1014.
Receipts were: tattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Mondav 6.4'. t.M 15.1-8
Official TuchIbv 2.478 .f .M
Estimate Wednesday.. 500 l.O'O f.lQ
Three days this week. 8.404 ",7t 4t .808
Same dava last week.. 10.016 18.5M an.jcg
Same days I wks ago. . 22. W 36.i75
Same duys 8 w ks. ago. s.2I 84.627 17.624
Same days 4 wks. ago. 5.244 ls .vul 27,249
Same days last year.. 14.262 2,i7 55.817
The following table show the range ot
of rattle, hogs and sheep at the Soutn
Omaha Pva stock market for the year to
data aa compared with laat year:
Isii. 1818. Ino. Deo.
felt la 4M.515 4X0.014 .4W
Hogs 1.671.302 1,7X4,658 153.2.0
Sheep l,8na.Kl5 1.H4.2M 165.641
The fallowing tsble swaws lia receipt
Prices for bogs at the South Omaha live
stock market tor tha last few days wittt
Date. 114. Pi3.imit.mil.!HH0 lia.li'.
t 7$ I 8 811 T H 6 84) 8 !tt
( 1201 685 885 TT8
60S1 T 231 83 8 ts, T 75 88
8 TIN 871 ! 6 271 8 8l 7 H 6 2;
67X1 I 8 1 261 f 5i l 1 l
8 t! gS 1 24 I 8 $.41 7 87 1 6 M
8 54'4 I 7 1W f " I i '
54- $ 77 T 47 6 8 Ml 6 j
T 851 8 Sl 1 M1
e 1 I 64' I 231
8 62's 3 67
8 6111, $ 56
8 4IS 8 66
8 & (3
1 66 87 1 86
T67 7 17
1 73 6 l
1 7'1( 6 641 7 60
7 851 $ 68 7
1 :ii 6 761 7 751 7 64
6 821 7 70 7 52 1 a
T 7t'tl 8 831 $ 081 7 041 7 f 7 54 1 6 38
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock yards In South Omaha
for twenty-four hours ending at t p. nv
RECE1 PTS-C A IIS.
Missouri Pacific ...
C. N. W., west..
C, St. P.. M. A O..
C. H. A O. east...
$ 4 1 1
( 7 15
"i 8 i
21 25 37 1
C, B. (J., west..
C, R. 1. A P., east
C, It I. A P.. weal
Cattle. Hogs eneep.
Morris A Co
Swttt A Co
Cudahy Packing Co...
Armour A Co
Schwarti A Co
J. W. Murphy
S. A H
Hill A Hon
F. B. !ewla
J. B. Root A Co
Werthelmer A Degen.
Totnls ".Ml 1.162 .8.018
CATTLE Receipts were very light at
all market points this morning, with
South onmha having less than any of
the other big markets. The warnings sent
out Into the country advising a conser
vative policy until business should be
settled down to a war basis, was evi
dently heeded by shippers. It was evi
dent this morning that the packers
wanted a few cattle and while there was
no great activity or rush to buy. they
were all out In the yards In fair season
and the meager offerings were soon
cleared up. The prices paid for fat
and butcher stock were strong to 100
higher as compared with yenterdsy. the
advance being due apparently to ths ex
tremely light run. . .
Blockers and leederg were fully steady,
but there were very few cattle In first
hsnds. There wa some little Inquiry, it
few country buyers having been attracted
to the yards by the reported break In
Packers are tslklng more encouraging
ly to the effect that they are going to
need cattle right along, and that they
are willing to buy at this and all other
points a reasonable number. Under con
ditions existing today It Is impossible to
give any advice to shippers further than
to watch the live stork and money mar
kets closelv and Judge for themselves
when to ahln. One thing Is certain, no
one would like to see a glut of cattle on
any market, certainly not al or hear the
end of the week.
Advices from all points Indicate that a
very conservative policy la being followed
In the trade. Yesterday's Chicago papers
u M 1 m nuniliiv a decline of IMlM. added
that even with moderate receipts there
was no great prospect of a stronger gen
eral trade owing to the determination of
everyone to move cautiously ana. swan,
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
cornfeU beeves. 76; fair to good
voinfed beeves, $.25iiitl.00; common to fair
corn fed beeves, $7.6oi)8.26; good to choice
range steers, $8 04i 60; fair to good range
steer. $7.2tVcj8.O0; common to fair range
steers, $SMki 7.00 ; good to fancy cornfsd
helfeia, $7.76U8.7d; good to choice grass
heifers, $625.u7.26; good to choice grass
cows. $6,0tnJ .50; talf to good grades, $o.25
(u.00; common to lair grades. ta.Sotf'j.ij,
good to choice Blockers and feeders, $7.50
iifH.00; fair to good Blockers and feeders,
$6.Iirf7.50; common to fair Blockers and
feeders, $6.0(u6.76; stock cows and heifers.
$6.on!.7fi: stock calves, IK.0O37.76; veal
calves, l7.0OqjlO.U0, bulls, stags, etc., $4 754V
No. A. Pr. No. A. Pr.
1 us oo if.. hum 4s
II 1207 I 40 Ml LOCI I (Kl
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
n 770 30
I Ml 3 to 1....
I I IN I....
t 4 4u 4....
4 1M 6 li 8....
....1UMI t 10
....1074 4 14
.... 404 4 U
1., f JO I 14 I
I Kill I M
I (M I 40
i tin 1 U
.1110 7 14
1 4.0 I to
4 Ml 5 40 8
1 4tt I 44 1
10 4 46
40 4 44
.1010 4 40
...12M 4 71
...IIO I t!
...14i0 4 00
... 710 4 OS
...IIM 4 00
...lids 4 SO
. . . 1440 li
... 1M 10 00
120 4 49
1040 I li
, 77 I h)
.I....U70 I 40
1140 I 44
740 I 75
114 8 T4 I.
2 6 40 I.
1U 10 40
STOCK ERS AND FEEDERS.
It vit 4 00 1 lei 7 00
4 10ft4 4 20 I 7 00
$ Ml I 10 17 1U41 7 24
1 W 4 74 4 410 7 60
1 704 4 44
17 steers.. ..1200 7 50
J. C. Klrkpatnck, Nebraska.
48 feeders.. 830 6 35 $ steers... 853 I 00
HOGS-Receipts continued very light
this morning, no more than twenty-five
rats, or about 1.60O head, being received.
The total tor the three days Is the small
est for several years, only 7.768 hesd
showing up. This is almost 12,000 head
smaller than last week and only a little
over a fourth of the slse ot the supply
and while there Is no cause for alarm,
the country la showing Its wisdom in
holding stock off the market as much as
Shippers and speculators were back In
tho market this morning, buying a few of
the best kinds st prices that looked lOifJoo
higher, and filling some later ordera at
figures that were steady or very nearly
Packers failed to follow thlr lead,
though making their early bids at prlcee
that were all of a dime lower, and In
some Instances even more than that. A
sharp advance In provisions failed to
have any noticeable effect on ths trade
and the market remained in the eame
oull condition that haa been its only fea
ture for the last five days. In most cases
seller were asking stronger prices and
had determined to put up a fight for
them and when buyers refused to better
their offer everyone laid back and waited
with the result that up to noon the kill
ers' buy comprised only a few scattering?
bunches, mostly small pieces of loads
I p to a late hour the situation bad failed
to show any change. In fact, good
iniiny salesmen snd some ot the buyers
left the yards snd the market was ao
solutely lifeless. 1 he prices offered ranged
laigrly around $7 5", with an oc casional
bid aa high aa $7 60. Aa high aa $.( was
ild by shippera tor some still f that Just
A little after noon couple of the pack
ers went on n still hunt for what few
boss were scstteied around, and wound
up ly buvlng the most of them at prices
that were anywhere from a dim lower
on some to fully steady on others. Sales
ranked all the way from $7.55 to $7.70.
NO. At. h. Pr. Sn. A. Sll. Pr.
41 IM 100 7 Ml SO 0 im J 70
41 71 ... Ill 40 107 ... t 74
IS 17$ 0 T 8 1 ... f 84
V Ikl 200 7 40 M it I j It,
17 114 ... IM 24 Ml 4078
41 :M Ki t 4S 74 ? 40 f tKl
H tt 0 7 S 41 Id St I Oft
H : to 7 70
: 142 . . IM
SHKKP Receipts amounted to some 8.
1( head as compared with 2.358 head last
Wednesday. II.IKki two weeks ago and 7,
41:4 on the same day a year ago. For the
week thus far the receipts have been lib
eral aa they foot some 44.3m against 20.
3C6 for the same days last week and 6.'.
817 for the corresponding dsys a year
ago. Quality of the offerings this morn
ing was much the same as on Tuesday.
Chicago and other western markets were
lightly supplied again to day and this
wss given sa the reason for the bullish
feeling in the general trade both here
and at Chicago.
With a very fair run of both sheep and
lamba on aale for a Wednesday the sell
ers set out to boost prices beyond what
the packer buyers were willing to pay
and as a result the market dragged along
most of the forenoon, nothing much hav
ing changed hands by 10:30 o'oloca. In
the end the bulk of the lambs moved on
a basis generally steady to a shade higher.
Aged slice'.) were a little more active
than lamba and the majority of the hold
Insa were disposed of In fair season, at
prices steady to a shade up as compared
with the general run of sales yesterday.
The bulk of the mutton offering cleared
In good season.
Tlieere wss another short supply of
anything suitable aa feeder today, conse
quently the trade 'V limited on thst
account. The demand, however, for both
feeding sheep and lambs was aa keen
a yesterday, there iyetng severs! buyers
In from the country looking over the
receipts. Feeding lamba are still quota
ble at 50117 00. Several load of feed
ing yesrllnga were picked up at an early
hour at 86 hin6.70, price being strong to
a shade higher.
Quotations on range sheen and lambs:
Lambs, good to choice, $7.75413.15; lambs,
fair to good, 87.mf7.7S: lamba, feeders,
$4 fVf)7.00; yearlings, good to choice, $5.76
((6.16; yearlinga, fair to good, to . hhiT'5.75 .
yearlings, feeders, $5.254iV70; wethers, good
to choice, l5.fiKK6.an, vethera, fair to good.
85 3ik5.60; wethers. feeders, $4.004r4.0;
ewes, $4. 75tif6.00; ewes, fair to good, $4,604
4 76; ewes, feeder, $3.2a1.75.
No. Av. Pr.
3,V Wyoming yearlings tW
26 Wyoming wether ,.10 i 75
210 Wyoming wethers 100 t 80
78 Wyoming wethers 100 I
296 Wyoming feeder yaerllrars. "4 6 n
11 Wyoming feeder yearlings. 74 $60
158 Wyoming feeder yearlings. 73 i 60
37 Wyoming feeder yearlings. 74 6 60
C70 Idaho lamha 66 8 05
220 Wyoming feeder yearlings. 80 5 70
85 Wyoming feeder wethers.. 8" 4 86
36 Wyoming feeder wethers.. 86 4 Vi
12 native lambs 80 7 76
16 Wyoming ewes 73 S 00
81 native ewes 104 4 65
1,025 Wvnmlng wethera 83 $80
m South Iakota lambs 68 7 80
lt6 South Dakota lamba 6J 7 20
lnll South Dakota ewes 104 4 65
53 B. Dakota feeder lamba... 55 7 CO
l:tc S. Dakota feeder lambs.... 55 7 00
1116 S. Dakota feeder ewes 80 8 85
45 S. Dakota feeder ewes 80 8 35
Stfi S. Dakota, feeder ewes.... 92 3 8.".
184 S. Dakota feeder ewe.... 82 $70
66 S. Dakota feeder ewes 80 3 36
S60 S. Dakota feeder ewes.... W t 40
Ksw York General Market.
NEW YORK. Aug. 5 BUTTER Mar
ket steady. Packing stock, current make, ,
No, 2, 20c.
EGGS-Market firm: state and nearby
nearby hennery browns, 28 30c. .
OMAHA, Aug. 6,-Bank clearings for
Omaha today were $3,818,921.61, and for the
corresponding day last year $3.138.407.i.
Local Banks Can
Get Ten Millions
of Money if Needeu
The national banks of Omaha and South
Omaha will probably soon have Available
some $10,000,0(10 of currency under the
Vreeland-Aldrlch bill, providing they
want It. They have organised a National
Currency association locally to comply
with the requirement of the bill for par
ticipating In the advantage of the act.
They notified Secretary of the Treasury
McAdoo of thla fact, and now expect
soon to be Invited to recelv their quota
of currency under this act. Under the
provisions of the law they could draw to
the extent of some $10,0)0.000 If they
chose, but they do not believe thev will
ask for anywhere near tha limit.
Detained at Frontier
Copyright. 1914, Presg Publishing Co.)
BERLIN, Aug. 5 (Special Cablegram to
New York World and Omaha Bee.) Two
American clergymen hgv been detained
on the Swiss frontier. They had taktn
photograph of the German troop. With
reference to the detention of Americans
the statement I made that stranger who
conduct themselves In a cautious manner
are not only unmolested by the author!
t'es, but are being treated In the most
GERMANY WILL BE VICTOR,
DECLARESH. F. MEYERS
"Germany will come out victorious In
the war la my prediction," say Henry
F. Meyer of Omaha, who by very dis
tant descent I German and who comes
from a race of sold'era. Meyer lll.es to
talk war. His father Joined the Ons
Hundred and Fifty-ninth Indiana In the
civil war. and young Meyers Joined an
Indiana regiment in the Spanlsh-Amnrican
war. He declares that the Germans love
their country and their emperor aa no
other Europeans do. and that they will
f'.ght to the last breath for that love.
"Even f England does declare war oh
Germany." say Meyer, "the Germans
v'W have the French beaten before Eng
land gets started. They will defeat Rus
sia, becauae, although the cxar ha an
enormous army, they are not good fight
era. They have no love for their csar.
and many of them would as readily kill
one of their own officer aa they would
Omaha real estate f "- ItiTWrtrvr.t
you could make. Read The Bee' real
The Inveatora' opportunity for bit
profits iu HTAXDAKll OILH, INDL8
TltlAIiS and ClKIi HTOCKS. Orders
for cash or on tha inataJlmant plan
should be plaoad now for execution
at the reopening of the Market. My
monthly partial payment plan lnaura
against all margin call.
Writ for Partiemimr,
Stock Broker (Established lt)7X 1
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