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THE KEE: OMAHA, SATTKHAY. AUGUST 8, 1914.
OFFKUKI FPU RKXT
lloMa mad Cottages.
j See Our Rental List
We have a rental llt tliRt you should
See If you want to rout a house.
Our rental list Includes soveral new
lioueea. all modern and in the bent loca
tion. Monthly rental ranee frm $J5 to $40
For further Information telephone Doug.
t?Ju or call at our office.
jQ Bankers Realty
Ground Floor Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
" i M,M,'n Enp. Co. moving, pack
.1. V. . 1U.jL.I nnd storage. 1JU7
I'ernam. Doug. W. 2748.
USE block to North C4th tar line 427.60,
8 rooma and hall, tt 11 modern.
It'KEEKE REAL ESTATE CO..
Vili Omaha Nat 1 3k. Bldg. Doug. 2715.
7 ROOM'S, part mod.. $18. 4422 Fierce St.
83.00 1616 N. 40th. 8 rooma, all modern.
2M2 Sherman Ave.. rms., all mod.
fW.OO X.th N. 30th St.. rma. and aleeplng
porch;, never been occupied. .
tfi.fiO 1U7 S. Jth Ave.. rrai., ail mod.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANI,
pouglns 17S1. Ware Block-
Era DAVENPORT ST.-9-r. all mod., 837.60.
ii2i Cass .St. 6-r.. j'll modern, $15.
H2i N. lirth St. 10-r, all modem. $80.
;wnt Jones St. 8-r.. aflniod ern. $:.
lmiH .Si 22d St. t-r., all modern, $.13.
lir( o'.iio St. 4-r., partly modern, US.
lows Pacific St 4-r., partly modern. Ho.
P1RKETT A COMPANY.
Reo Bldg. Phone Douglas 633.
"12 S. i!6trt Ave.. 4-r., part modern.. .116.00
lvji S. Kill at.. C-r.. part modern.... 15 on
tail 8. th 6t.; 6-r., city water ItOO
i'4 Dupont, it-r., part modern )
t'49S. Ui St., 6-r., "My water S.Oft
1U2 WestorfieM. 4-r.. city -.voter.... S.60
BHO S 16th St, 4-r., cistern... 0J
tk;;3 S. 16th St, 4-r., city water 8.W
CREIGH. HONS CO,
Doughs :w. ' fw Hee Bldg.
B4ra aatl Itfttce.
Pice cool room with vault, e'.cc. ilcht
end water free: leWx27 ft. partitioned
tor t private rooma and reception room,
Opena directly on beautiful court, Id
1 1 oo r. Apply room 103. Bee B'dg.
OOOD opportunity for man who wUhea
to locate In business. Tor rent new
More building lr one of the best locations
in the country for a goner0 merchandise
lore to put In voiir own line of stock
1 teA 4 ao c.n A .l.J V1HO. S
FOR RENT An office with reception
room reasonable. &M Mate nn wing.
U.I 3. JWH S'.. Ptorefooni, Slx40, ICS.
BIRKETT & COMPANY,
4.3 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 68?.
COOD barn, room for i or 10 lieraaa,
i 191T 'NVebater St. Call Dn'ialoa 4t
Arrniv for Kent
A atrlctly modern, J-ttK.m country
home, with 1. 2 or 12 acrci of ground In
.ity llmlta of Florence-, close to paved
load and convenient to atreet car line,
nffording ' a fine view In all diiecltonn,
itnlshed In quarter-awed oak and birch
throughout. . Large barn or garage. Ice
limine with B)-aaoii'e euj)ply of ice, cave,
t hicken huuae, bearing fruit of all kinds,
etc. Something very dealrable and must
be aeen . to be appreciated. . PoBgesglon
George & Company
902 City Natl Bank Bldg., Phone D. ,To.
. . iieAl KSTATK
KARM Jk KAMI! LANUI FOR gAI.E
I''OR 8AWZ M0 acrea In eastern Colo
rado. V'nlmproved. K0 acrt farm land,
liulauce pasture. Price, 11,850. Good In
vestment. For Information, address Box
25 ACRBiS trult land, tintiiyproved. :' SV"
miles north, 75 per acre. Day to Has
Co.. 123 year! St.. Council Bluffa. .
i'ARM fdr sale. 113 acres, 8 miles' north
ui Council BlulU pHBtorfice, on linie
Kim road. Well fenced und . watered.
Good blue grass, some timber, 10 acres
corn. Price, o per acre. Day & Mesa
Co.. 123 Pearl St., Council Bjutfs, la.
16-ACRE Improved farm in. lillla. Some
Iruit. Small buildings. Good water, o
miles north, ITS per acre. Can add an
other 40 at same rate. Day it Hesn Co.,
12a Pearl St., -Council hluffs.
loll beautiful southern Minnesota farms In
the heart of the com belt In Watonwan,
Blue Earth and Brown counties; well Im
proved and- located, rich soil, sure crops;
write for our Hat and beautiful booklet,
Southern Minnesota." C. E. Brown lud
and Loan Co.. Madelia, Minnesota .
NO FAlkUtluiS In Pine county, Minne
sota; cloee to best markets; choice
lands, easily cleared, 1 20 per acre; eaay
terms. Hunt-Johnson, Hinckley, Minn.
FOR tSAXJi atW wires 4i miles from Min
neapolis, ono mile from town; 1 acres
indsa oultlv-tlo, bal. used for posture;
can practically all be cultivated; heavy
noil; good set of buildings, consisting of
s-roo n house, large barn, granary, corn
cribs, etc.; the land will produce ) bush
els of corn per acre; telephone In house;
country-thickly settled; complete set -of
machinery: 27 head of stock, consisting of
11 cows, balance 1 and 3 years old; go6d
horses, ii hogs, chickens; H of thla year
rop and everything on the tarm goes at
IV) per acre; half cash. Schwab Bros.
Jir.'g Plymouth Bids-., Minneapolis. Minn.
6S ACRES-EASY TERMS.
Good building on It; one mile from rail
road staliqn; 40 miles front Miueapolla,
right county. Mlnn-eota.
H. A. gUM BRUNNKN. Haaty." Minn.
300 FOR JO ACRES; 3 down. K month;
no Interest; no taxes; In well settled dis
trict, south Missouri, whera fruit and
poultry farms make big money; buy for
the future while such property la cheap.
Merriam, Ellis & Benton, K. 3l Victor
Bldg.. Kansas City, Mo.
THE BEST bargain In South Missouri,
good fu.rm 144 acres; well Improved, ll.$40
half cash; about 46 acre fine cultivated
bottom land; balance1 good grass and tim
ber; well; largo spring and creek; close
to railroad and schooL ilerrlam, Kills
Benton, E, 309 Victor Bids'., Kansaa
FOUND 320-acra tiomestead In. settled
neighborhood; fine (arm land; not aaiid
Mlla; cost you $200 filing leva and alL J.
A. Tracey. Kimball. Neo.
Nw l ork.
NEW YORIC ALFALFA FARMS FOR
A FAIUI THAT PAYS AND FEEDS
Fifteen cows,' team, tools, young stock,
bull, 10 hoga, SOI) hens, and all crops go
with this ki-acre farm on state macadam,
tsed road. Price, tl.uou cash down.
Elghty-acrt) farm near Fulton City.
Price with 6 cjwi and team. 11.100; MOO
cash down. , . ,
Write for photos.
S4: S. Ballna 8t.. Syracuse. N. T.
Mention Omaha Bee when writing.
I OR SALE
! .OO acres Improved land, a
Part cash, balance term. J.
, Crowdr. OKI.
C. Lovelace, Crowdr, 6kl.
ONEIDA COUNTY LANDS.
Suitable for raising clover, potatoes and
dairy rattle, with Us many lakes of pure
cool water, abundance of clover, blue
Joint and timothy growing wild or cul
tivated. It la the best possible plaoa to
raise cattle and sheep. We have no hog
cholera, chinch bugs, Hessian fly or army
worms, and It la worth something to live
tn a country free irom these . pests. I
offer I.WJ0 acres of cut over hardwood
land, with stumps in many cases all de
cayed and gone, at reasonable prices and
easy terms u settlers. Some stock raiser
ought to buy my i0-acre tract, enclos
ing station of Goodnow on Milwaukee
road, crossed by fine little river, seral
cold springs, some groves of hardwood
timber, balance can be put Into grating
or can ba farmed. Have a full half sec
tion adjoining this also. Write fur map.
trtces and Information on Oneida county
laois.. stiil lt of furms for sale.
C P. CROSBY, Khinelauder, Wis.
REAL fcSTATK '
CITY PROFBIITV ron RALF..
Investment Talk, No. 2
(This Is the second of a series of Inform
atlve talks on real estate Investments.)
In purchasing a piece of property as an investment, you
ehould, in order to get the proper results from your investments,
place confidence in some reliable real estate' firm. No one
knows better, what you can do with your money as well as be
does. He' is just as able in his line as you in yours. The great
trouble with the average investor is that they rely eutirely too
much on themselves, and place too little confidence in the real
estate firms of the city.
There is no incentive to be dishonest with a good client,
and no reputable real estate firm ever broke faith with a client
who has instructed him to purchase a piece of property at the
price that he would be willing to pay for it himself.
A real estate broker, knowing that he will receive a com
mission on any piece of property his client buys, can readily
afford to give him the best service possible and obtain a lower
figure because he can take more time to get the seller to reduce
Lis price according to his idea of the value of the property.
If you have money to invest, will 9 on a well located
brick building interest you T '."We have on our list a. piece of
property for $7,500 that will net 9co, and always be rented on
account of its location and surroundings.
Hastings & Heyden
1(U4 Uaraey Street. 4
Dundee Homes to
$500 to $1,000 Cash
We hava a few remaining unsold south
front lots on Burt between 60th and Jlt
Sts.. upon which we will build to order
modern and up-to-date houses and bun
galows. All lots have been graded and
are In chape to start building at once.
Street Is paved and all lota have sewer,
water and sidewalk. Two blooke from
Kern am car line.
Call us up and we will be id to give
you more information in regard to the
easy payment plan, and will show you
thesa remaining unsold lota and a num
ber of plana already drawn to show
you. Do not hesitate at we have only a
few mere Iota.
l!M Omaha Nnt Bank Bids;.
. . Garden Lots
Two Blocks of liots
Just "West of Dundee ,
Buy two or threei lots. Fine place to
raise chickens and garden. Price 176 to
VM per lot. Terms II tiown and l per
week, without Interest..
Vou may pay weekly, monthly, quar
terlyany way Just so your payments
average $1 per week.
. 15 Per Cent Off for Cash
-Thoe lota will soon be a part of 'Dun
dee. Ask any Dundee man whether thla
Is a good place to buy. Dundee property
is sure to Increase In' value. Tel. Doug
Ihs 26!M, If you can t go In the daytime,
we wilt take you In the evening to soe
H.. II. Harper,' , :
1013-14 City National Bank Bldg.,'
You Have, a . .
; ; - Guarantee
When you locate In' Happy Hollow;
Tou krlow there will be good buildings'
You know there will be no stores or
apartment houses In Happy Hollow.
You know you will be one of a number
of home owners not among renters.
HAPPY HOI4XJW, LOTS ARB BIG
60 to 7I ft. frontHfce.
HAPPY HOLLOW TERMS ARB EASY.
HAPPY HOLLOW iXT8 ARE SELL
ING and the people who are buying are
people who will make congenial per
ms nent neighbors.
EB HAPPY HOLLOW AND THEN
CALL ON I S We want to give you fig
ures aud more farts.
George & Company
902 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
New Bungalow ,
Five -rooms, atrlctly modern, oak finish
and oak floors throughout, built-in book
cases and buffet, large attic; all rooms
nicely decorated; screens, window shades,
located at 317T Larlmore Ave. Easy
Norris & Norris
400 Bee Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 4770.
PARK A RANCH LANDS FOR S ALB
dairy and general srop state in th
union; settlers wanted; lands for sale at
low prices, on essy terms. Ask for book
let 24 on Wisconsin Central Ind Grant
State acres wanted. Write about our
grazing land. If interested lu fruit
lands, ask for booklet on Apil Orchards
i.i Wisconsin. Address Land J'fPl., S'io
Lir.a Ry.. Minneapolis- Minn.
FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE K. E.
FOR EXCHANGE Several good Missouri
farms for Nebraska farms. Writ what
you have Guy R. Stanton, Lebanon. Mo.
No Commission Realty Co.
JlS-30 Paxtop Block,
If you want to buy." sell or exchange
your property or business, so where that
kind ot business Is dona. Everybody goes
to the No Commission Realty Co.. BE
CAUSE; nobody pays a commission.
pianos for ether musical Inairu'te. U il
3M ACRES Well Improved farm for trade
for hardware store; farm located south
west of Lodge Pole miles and 3tt miles
southeast ot Sunol. Want something will
Invoice about five te six thousand dollars.
Address lock bos. 4u0. Lodge Pole, Neb.
IlEAL ESTATE WANTED
WE sold nine houses last week let us
.-II ......... H i M WMk VI H.H..
buyers than we . have houses for sale.
THE VOGEL REALTY AGENCY,
101&-16 W. O. W. Bldg.
KEAJj ESTATE LOANS
j00 to I10.0UU made promptly. F. D,
Wead. Wead B'dg- iM-a and Farnam.
C11Y and farm loans. 6, I, per teat
J.H.Dumont It Co., I'lOi Farnam, Omaha
Harrison a. mqkton. Kit om Nat.
WANTED City loans Peters Trust v
OMAHA hemes. East Nebraska farm.
O'KEEFK REAL EST AT K CO.,
101 - Omaha Nat. Douglas tfU
WANTED City loans and warrants).
W. Farnam Smith Co., U Farnam.
( A UVIV llfi Loans, W and up.
jmaha Nat. ian.
SEE us first l( you want a farta loaa
United Btates Trust Co., Omaha. Neb,
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
(!cf CITY LOANS. Bemia-Carlberg Co.,
u UO-111 Brandela Theater Bldg.
CITY property. Large oiu a specialty.
W. U. Tiioinaa. ZH State Bank Uidg.
" REAL KSTATK
CITY PROPERTY POR a A I.E.
Phones, Douglas 100b.
Located at SEli N. ISth between Plnkney
aaa a vans: a as large iivins ro'",
parlor, dining room end kitchen on first
floor: three good bedrooms and bath on
- .1 m I : 1 ri ..l.t. .4 In fM M
with beautiful stairway leading to second
f.oor. P'ull basement, furnace heat,
.1 a t i j . I . a . i.i.n Axr 4) A
occupy.- On block from cai lin. Tertni,
4ftf UHall, I MfJ UN I SMI 11 Sae? I
Call vi up and w will be (lad to hOTV
you thla property. t . ..
tkmglaa m. ZM Oninhn Nat. Bank Bldg.
... IDEAL IIOME
85 California . Living room, sun
rodm. dining room, Vltchen first floor;
four bedrooms and bath second floor; full
basement and attic, floored ail over; first
fl'ior In oak, second floor birch and maple.
Large lot. Must be seen to be appre-
C(1aLLAGIIER & NELSON,
644 Brandels Bldg. ' Phone Donglss 1383,
AND YOU'LL BUY IT QUICK. OWNER
SACRIFICING $1,000 TO LEAVE CITY.
' Fine new home, 8-r.,' entirely mod.,
oak finish, newly decorated, laundry, etc.
Beautiful lot, south front, paved street.
Very choice location In restricted resi
dence sctlon of Prairie Park, near KHh
and Meredith. Real snap at W.6&0; small
amount cash required. . ...
Good 6-r.. home, S0 ft. lot. shade, etc.,
near new Boulevard. $2,000; easy terms.
McKitrick Ileal Estate Co.,
'l4 Ramge Bldg. P. 148T iMh and Harney.
' on Davenport
North front, paved street. Only 4"0 ft.
from lota held at $100 per foot. When
$500 cash Is paid will loan money to build
to SUIT YOU.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.
1016 Omaha National Bank.' Douglas 2715.
Very centrally located brick business
property- paying t per cent net on luO.OOt).
Present tenants have occupied building 10
to IS years and the rents from unexpired
leasee amount to more than $15,000. Can
be bought on a basis of 13 per cent net on
amount required to handle It. No trade
considered. K 237, Bee.
Very centrally ' located brick liuslness
property paying t per cent net on $50,000.
Present tenants - have secured building
10 to IS years and the rents from unex
pired leases amount to more than $16,000.
Can be bought on' a basis of IS per cent
net on amount required to handle It. No
trade considered. K 2X7, Bee.
. 4-room eottaga 3332 Maple St. $300 cash,
C-room 241 S. 17th., $1.65O-$30O cash.
6-room. modern, 1714 N. 28th St., $,$00
$300 caah balance monthly.
- 8-room, new, modern home, Kth and
Center St., price $4,S00, will take good
auto and $600 cash. Inquire 413 Kaxbacn
block. Phone Douglas WI7.
BEAUTIFUL home tn exclusive West
Farnam district. Owner will be In town
for one week only and must sell Immedi
ately. Burroughs Adding Machine com
pany. 30a gputh lth St., city.
NEAR HANSCOM PARK
$2M CASH, BALANCK LIKE RE-NT.
Nearlv. new, strictly modern groom
bungalow: oak finlah: full cement
inant; two nlo'J.s to car; fine corner lot.
THV VOG REALTY AGENCY,
lOUVirW. O. W. Bldg. .
FOR BALK, cheap, nine-room, modern
house, with four chotnj lots, one block
from the car line and In good neighbor
hood. Priced right and terms If desired.
The Allen Land and Investment com
pany, bH Brandois Bldg. Tel. Red G2C.
A SNAP Must d sold at onco. Seven
room house, electric light,, gas, city
water, toilet, 60-foot front, good barn.
3123 Burdette, I'., 000. Small payment down
aud the rest like rent Call Web. 130a,
-ROOM house, rents for $T&.U, must be
sold at onoe; t0 will handle It It. 471 L
ACREAGE rOR a A LB.
One mile north of Krug Park, well im
proved. Price $.62C; $72 rash, balance
only $26 per month. Snap for some one
who acts) quick cure to go. Take you
out any time.
D. V. Sholes Co.
I3 City Nat l Bank Bldg.
A r St ACT OK TITLIC.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co..
a modern abstract office. M So. 17ti
St. l'hone Douglas 54S7.
REED Abatrscl Co.. oldest abstract of
tice la Nebraska. 20$ bra at els Toeater
LrVERPOOL. Aug. T.-COTTON A mart
can spot business was resumed today and
there were some very moderate sales.
Quotations were reduced sixteen points,
The sales totalled 2,000 bales oo the basis
bf S.Sud for American middling.
-OMAHA. Aug. 7. Bank clearings for
Omaha today were 3Jf..l.l and for the
correspoDdlugs day last year $2.K3,M0.4.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Cash Wheat Heavy at Lead Under
CORN GOES TO HIGHER LEVEL
Yellow Cereal Still C limbs In Price
4 Is BelB Helped la I1s
treaata by the Ralsta
OMAHA. Aug. 7, 1911
When the fact la noted that there were
heavy purchases of hog and beef products
yetteida.' and that enormous quantities
of canned meats are aelllng to the coun
trlr now o unused In warfare tor the
purpose of feeding their soldiers that
there mut be opened an avenue on the
seas through which breadstuffs and pro
vixlons may be safely shipped.
There are bearish condltlone surround
ing the breadstuffs situation, however,
that must be overcome. Cash aheat la as
hesvy as lead. There was no new export
business In any position yesterday and
them were canrellatkme of raeh grain
on the part of buyera who are unable to
make ahlpmrnts or gialn to the old world.
The British grain trade, according to spe
cial rabies reels more confident of the
situation. Flour In that market was ad
The wheat market, while showing gains
of til'nc yesterday, waa quite erratic.
The opening waa distinctly there,-and thla
was followed by a rally of 4c on Hie May.
And while all prices at tho close were
higher, the deferred futures showed tho
greatest strength. The Northwestern
markets were stronger than here.
A feature of the cash whvnt market
was the order to divert many cargoea of
wheat to Huffalo and New York and
which were Intended for Montreal.
Prlcea for corn climbed to still higher
levela, with closing rigures mtHHo higher.
Rain In some sections of the belt caused
a little selling at the outset and weak
ened prices, but quickly rallied and
ateadlly advr.nced. The bulge in wheat
stimulated buying, as did the strength in
cash corn and continued unfavorable
crops advices. There was much new
buying yesterday and offering" were
light all through the session. Tho east
wns again buying cash corn here in lsrge
amounts and shippers wwre for.-ed to cur
tall their purchases because the rouutry
Is sending tn such light supplies.
Higher prices were also established In
oats yMtrday. Best figures showed
gains of about a cent over the previous
close but there waa considerable reaction
from this level. There was a good gen
eral trade, with locals the best buyera.
Longs were disposed to realise on the
bulge and It was largely due to this
pressure that the market owed Its re
action. Shorts in provisions were In veritable
panlo and forced prices up sensationally.
The absence of offerings waa compara
tively light and there waa a supply on
sale all through the session. This, with
the sharply higher hog market, small
receipts and prospects ot selling- large
quantities of product abroad, was more
than sufficient to create buying scare. In
addition to the short covering the pack
ers were buying and (here was more
miscellaneous outside call for product.
Pork showed the most strength and
closed $L70 higher. The rscent heavy de
clines In hoc values have checked ship
ping and recelpta at western points
totaled only 23.SU0, as compared with 01,-
sm a year ago.
Wheat was unchanged to lc higher.
Corn waa unchanged to IV" higher.
Oats were to c higher.
Clearances of wheat and Tour were
equal to M.O00 bushels; corn, $.000 bushels;
oats. 81,000 bushels.
Primary wheat receipts were l.Mtt.OOO bu.
and shipments of 1,077,000 bu.. against re
ceipts of 1.82,000 bu. and shipments of
tWt.OtiO bu. last year.
Primary com receipts were $36,000 bu.
and shipments 467,000 bu., against re
ceipts of 4O3,0ii0 bu. and shipments of 2P3,
(00 bu. last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1.980,000 bu.
and shipments m.OuO bu., against receipts
of l.ltii.aio bu. ana snipments oi mwi iu.
Wheat, Corn. Oats. Rye.
Chicago 4 63 4o
Duluth $3 ....
Omaha a ,.. 86 P
Kansas-City.. 837 "
St. Louis 138 30 . 64
Wlnnlpe 70 "."V"- "4., y
Omaha Cash Prices-Wheat: No. J hard,
$&tic; No. i hard, 8!tic; No. 4 hard,
TTStic; No. I spring, 8ft(Vic; No. $
spring, 846ttc; No. 4 spring, 80H3e;
No. 2 durum, $2'ir84Vro; No. $ durum,
81H683Hc. Com: No. 8 white, 7677c;
No. 8 white, 7H77c;. No. 4 white, 76
764c; No. I yellow, 76!j76c; No. 8 yel
low. 76475Hc: No. yellow, 74H7Bc; No.
mixed, 7W76Hc; No. 8 mixed, 7FTM4c;
No. 4 mixed. 74mrt6c. Oate: No. 2 while,
s4frPc; standard. 8Gfl.c; No. awhile,
86H36c; No. 4 white, 435c. Barley:
Malting, 484HSSVc:. No. I feed. 43W'48toc.
Rye: No. 2. 70tf70Ho; No. 8, OWSWic.
These sales were reported today:
Wheat: No. I hard winter: 2 cars, 84c; 1
car, 83Hc. No. 8 hard winter: i cars, 84c;
1 car. 82V4c; 1 car, 824o; 4 care. 2c. No.
4 hard winter: 2 cere, Ktyc; 1 car. 80c.
No. 4 mixed: 1 car, h2c. No grade: I car,
80o. Rye: No. 2; 2 care, 70c; No. 2; 1
car, 68c. Oata: standard; 1 car, 36c. No.
8 white: 1 car, 86c; cars, SS'c. No. 4
white: 8 cars, 36e: cars, S4c. No grade:
1 car, 33V:. Corn: No. 1 white: $ cars,
77Vic; 1 car, 77c. No. $ white: 1 car. 77o.
No. white: 1 car. 76c. No. 1 yellow: 4
cars, 76c; 4 cars, 76Wc. No. 2 yellow:
cars, 76c. No. 8 yellow: 8 cars. 76ViC; 1
car, 76c. No. 6 vellow: 1 car, 75Hc. No.
yellow: 1 oar, "So. No. 1 mixed: cars.
7SVte; 1 car. 7Sc; 1 car, 76c; 1 car, 7Sc.
No. 2 mixed: 6 cam, 76Wc; 1 csr, 76c. No,
2 mixed: 1 car. 76c- cars, 76c; 1 car,
(near white) 764o. No. mixed: 1 car,
74c. Sample: 1 car, (yellow), 73c; 1 car,
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION
Featarea of the. Traelagr sad tloslac
Prices Board of Trade.
CHICAOO. Aug. T. After a serious de
clne, wheat today rebounded tc, owing
mainly to baseless rumors of an over
whelming British victory In the North
Ciosing pilm-s were easy at Via to He
above last night. The other leading sta
ples, too, all showed net gains-corn, l'c
to Hie; oats, lc to Hctimc, and pro
visions, ISo to 6ic.
Much lower quotations from Liverpool
had a decidedly unsettling effect here
early on the price of wheat. They
changed front rapidly, however, when the
fact waa realized that the English mar
kets would ho bearlnhly affected by an
Improved outlook for a resumption of
nwnts to America,
me n is from America.
Winnipeg advlcea received careful scru
tiny, as prices there are the highest this
side of the Atlantic, with all materially
above $1.00 a bushel. One dispatch from
'Winnipeg said the British government
waa preparing to move wheat Immedi
ately, to the extent of l.ou,Ou0 bushels,
and more to follow as quickly as possible.
The United States government crop re
port turned out according to predictions
regarding the total y'old expected, an In
crease In winter wheat offsetting the
losses In spring.
Com ruled strong and new crop futures
reached the highest prices ot the year.
Belief that the government estimates
would prove unusually bullish were more
than confirmed after the market had
closed, it being shown that the probable
shortage due to drouth and heat was far
greater than generally supposed. Oats ad
vsnued Independently of other grain. It
waa asserted the English government
would be likely to require oats freely
from this country and that the Canadian
supply was insufficient.
Provisions continued to climb. Rxorp
tlonal advances were reported at Liver
pool, and domestic receipts of hogs were
dwindling. Speculative transactions In
riork, lard and ribs here were at times
mposslble, the market being entirely
bare of of fere.
Grain prices furn'shed by Igan 4
Bryan office. 816 South Sixteenth atreet:
Article. Open. I Hlgh. Low. Close.
tt.Vq.75, 1 7S'4
If .V7 1! 70
It V' c
13 1! 7S
12 W 1! M
11 ST. 11
ii y. ii 4S
Cora and X keat Region Balletln.
Corn and wheat region bulletin of the
United Statea J eirtmrnt of Agriculture,
weather bureau, at Omaha, for the twenty-four
hours ending at I a. m., Jotu
meridian time. Krldav. August 7:
High. Low. fnll.
Neb... V. HN
Neb .. f2
Ilk... tlnM. Ik!
f ol umbos. Neb. i
Onlhertson. Nb. K
Falrbury, Neb.. "
Fairmont. Neb. -j
Or. Island. Nb.. 11
lUrtlnat n. Nb W
Hastings. Nrb.. K
Holdn-Ke. Neb 100
Lincoln. Neb .. M
No. Platte, Nb
Omaha, Neb.... !:
Valentine. Nb. M
Sioux City, Is
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
No of Temp. Rain
District. Statlna. High. Low. fall.
Oolumbus. O IS i4
libulsvllle, Ky...S2 w i
India polls. Intl.. 1.1 M M 00
Chicago, in 24 so .
Pt. 1ahIs, Mo.... 18 M SO
Des Moines. la.. 24 W "!
Minneapolis M M ' 61"
Kin. Citv, Mo.. 83 W .00
Omaha. Neb 17 4 M .00
The weather Is somewhat warmer In
the corn and wheat belt. Scattered show
ers occurred In Ihe Minneapolis. St. Louis,
Louisville and Columbus districts.
L. A W1CI.SII,
Local Forecsj;er. Weather Bureau.
Mlaaeapnlla Grata Market.
MINNF.APOLI9. Aug. 7.-WIT13AT
Peplember. r oo; N 1 hard, $1,134; No.
I northern. ti.oeW41.HH: No. 3 northern,
September wheat advanced Uic.
FLOUR Declined to a barrel, demand
HA RLF.Y ITJi'flc.
R Y B iVr-'7o.
CORN No. S yellow. 76'im"0.
OAT." No. H white, 3Siic.
FLA X.-JI.C8SR 1.70.
New 1 ork General Market.
NEW YORK. Aug. 7,-BUTTETR-Msr-ket
steady; packing stock, current
miik e, No. X ?0o.
EGOS-rMarket firm: stale and nearby
hennery browns, SyS0a.
BHADKTKISRT'S TRADE HK IKW
ArtlTlly Has Been Cartalled ta Its
NEW YORK, Aug 7.-Bradstreet s will
The American business world has spent
the week In absorbing the hook ot the
Precipitation or tho Kurupean war, and,
(pending the taking of necessary pre
cautions, activity hna been curtailed to
lowest llmlta This Is especially truo of
operations In large financial and commer
cial lines, and considering the new and
varied stepa that have had to be taken,
the progress made hag been In a high
Repression has been widely In evidence,
but absolute stagnation has been largely
In export and Import trado. Congestion
of wheat at the porta, consequent upon
the pnrtlal atoppage of shipping trade
iind the dislocation of the exchange msr
Ket, has reacted back upon the railroads
and therce to the western farmers, and
the movement Is slowing down.
There has been a general rise In prices
of nearly sll staples where open markets
exist, with marked effect noted on sll
lines of Imported goods, which are gen
erally held higher. Food stuffs snd Im
ported textile products are strong. The
wheat and domestic food stuffs markets
generally have moved higher, but lack
of the situation abroad, checks free buy
ing of staples that foreigners neeu.
There Is a feeling that domestic manu
facturers will have fall trade more to
themselves than appeared possible short
while a co.
Bradstreet'a reports bank clearings Urn
the week ended August 6 st .'.3ii.no,(M)
a decrease of 2 per cent from last year;
business failures at 262 against 263 laat
DI N 8
Haslnejis Shows Rrmerkable Power
NEW YORK, Au.(7. pUn'g Review wUI
Business Is endued with remarkable
power of resistance adapting Itself to
conditions almowt unprecedented in the
history of the world. Never has this coun
try given more convincing proof of Its
ability to meet grave emergencies
promptly and effectively.
So far as this favored country Is con
cerned, the worst of financial stress is
over, and the markets are gradually
getting Into a position where material
advantage may be derived from the dis
turbance. The Interruption to export
trade, due to the situation In foreign ex
change and the withdrawal of ocean
chipping facilities, Is now the chief causa
of trouble, export freight beginning to
pile up at shipping centers, but concerted
orders are being taken to relieve IhUi
condition as far as practicable.
Commercial failures for the week In
the L'nlted States were 36X compared with
2iiu last year; In Canada 67 against 31 last
Quot.tl.as furnl.hea by Burn,. Brlnktr 4 Co.,
44 Olrh NsU.s.l tank buildlsf:
Block BI4. Ak4.
P.lrmunt CrHnim pM., T ser asst.. 04 4 lw
Pslrmant CmivtT gasr. 4 ftr cat.. W 1M
Oir.iie f. B. Hi. H r. f'i 7t
Omilis C. u. Ry. A Brldts 44 i
Oin.h. K. U P. V'i 71 13
Sioux CHr bVjcs V.rsi ptd W kls.
bnlus block Vara.. Omh HI M
AuMIs, T., weier. !" tt in
Bonaus, KM., ntcf 6. IM lull U1
t'lly IN.linn.i lien, toas- v St
Council ftlutf. 0. A E. ta. 1VM 1
lnni l'?lng w.rrsnts. 1 s.r not Ml .....
Hut hprtncn, S. D . 4s. 1 It 1S
K.m.a tn r. Mo., tax bills. 7 p. ... SO 1
Norfolk N.S., stkaol 1M 100 101,
Om.hs g. 1- A P. M. US tl
Omihl O.. la, 117 W Ma
C UT of IIMM 4, ts 911. 4
Oi.nh. A c. B Kt nr. a irst M ;
Iuet KottBd T. L a P. . lilt.... 100 141
fl,ll Ull tKhool If. IM i tf.
Kwlft a 'l l. IM4 04 N
Wlj-to, Neb., school district t M .00
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK, Aug. 7.-DRY OOOTS
Prices on linens and notions rose today
and buying was more active. Carpet wool
was 16 per cent higher and leading car-
fiet mills have gone on short time. Bur
aps quoted at a cent au ounce for forty
In h goods and Inch goods and cotton
foods were bought to supplant them.
Varna and many lines nf staple cotton
goods continue easy. Fabrlo manufactu
rers greatly troubled by scarcity and high
prices of dye stuff.
Oils aad Roala.
NEW YORK. Aug. 7.-OIL8 Turpen
tine, nominal; machine barrels, 40c.
SAVANNAH. OV. Aug. 7. OII.8 Tur
pentine, nominal the; receipts, 64n bbls. ;
shipments. 187 bbls.1 stocks. 30,143 bbls.
KOM1K Nominal; nrelpta. l.MK bhle.;
Shipments, 1.714 bbls.; stocks. bbls.
Quotationa: A. B. $3 60: C. L. IIUH:
K. K. . H, T. 3.8u: K. $4 lb; M, $4 W; N,
so w, wu, .; w w, s.to.
NEW YORK. Aug. 7. 0 FFE E There
was less active business In tne coffee
market today. A continued demand waa
reported for spot, but buyera appeared
to be leas urgent and prices were easier
with Rio No, 7 quoted at "o ana Bantoe
No. 4 at 14c. A few private transactions
were reported In futures with September
contracts quoted st 8.20 or about 46 points
vnder the high level oi tveonesnsy.
Osaaka Hay Market.
VRAIRIE HAT Choice upland. 211.0O4
1160; No 1. Iio.oitfill en; No. 2, $8 dxo'lO.oO;
No 8 $6 008. 00. Midland, No. 1 to choloe,
$i0 Ova 11 00; No. 2. $s OoolO 00; No. 8. W irt
100. Uwland. No. 1 to choice. 80OiO0;
No 2 80ut00; No. I. l4.OKfl.0i).Btraw :
Choice oat or rve. 86.056 kv. choice wheat,
14 60400 Alfalfa: Choice. 113-00013.60;
No 1, $12 0!13.0u; No. 2. $lo.0uTll.uT.
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Very Few Cuttle and the Feeling ii
HOGS QUARTER TO FIFTY UP
Sheep Tea' la Plteea Higher aad
Lamas Btroagr e Tea ) Flfteea
Ceats lllgker Tkaa Thare
SOUTH OMAHA. Aug. . 1911.
I'Attiit tioss. Sneen
Official Monday ...
Official Tiii-Mhv ...
oiiioimi 'I n ur-iiHy . .
KMimtte Friday ...
.. ,'i.4JX li.i.U l&.L
. . SL4TK . J:V. .M
... air 1.483 8.0M
. . I.N.1. l,.wil f. ..!
20) ' 10.3W
Five days this week. 10.44! V.T1 64.23
Same days last week. 11. MO SVk'R 83.M0
Heme days I wks. aso.ll.l'IS 4'.n46 M.a."i7
Name days .1 wks. ago. 7.ir7, as.'-" 4r.WI
Same days 4 wks. ago. M.4.M 3S.II4
Same days last year. .M.874 WM 74.M
The following laliU shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the Poun
Omaha live stork market for the year le
date as compared with last year:
. 1814. Mil ' lno. Iec
Cattle est. WO 4.0.il M.K1
Hogs 1,S73,;Ct 1.74N.HI 17i.Hl
Sbeep l.tS.Jia 1,17.7T7 ll,tl
The following table snvas the receipts
prices for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few daya with
Palo. 1H14. ll'M.V 11812. Illlll .J1ll0.lwi. .
I Ml 7 1 7 1
8 IB T 2
8 rl 1
) 6 KM I 40
lit l at. 7 Ttil
I M I a T Tf.I ( 31
t Hi 8 1 7 70 6 87
$8 7 Rl
I Ml I 241
6 17 T Ss
8 77 7 47
8 SB f 87
I Ml I
31 8 IS)
4 8 271
t 61 8 UJ
4I t 231
July , 2
JulK 17. 1
hi V fl.
7 461 t II
8 67' 7 66
8 M T 67
8 wi 7 n
t 63i 7 TKi
48 7 861
6 671 7 1
7 041 7 l"
7 Ml 46
7 6 8 36
Receipts snd disposition ol live stock at
the Union Stock yards In South Omaha
for twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. m.
Cattle. Hogs, Sheep.
Union Faciric Ry 1 $ M
C. N. W aest 2
C. 4t N. W west 2 4..
C, B. 4k (J , east 11
C, B. ek. y., west I 11
C, R. 1. t IV, west 1
ToUl receipts 7 10 ' 80
Cattle. Hogs Sheep
Morris eV Co
Swift ft Co
Cudahy I'acklng Co...
Armour 4k Co
Swatts & Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Facklng Co...
Swift, Fort Worth
Benton, V. S. e Luah
J. H. Hoot k Co
, Totals 266 l.(M 10.464
CATTLE There were not enough cat
tle here to make even the semblance of
a market The feeling, however, waa
fully steady and buyers claimed that they
could have used more cattle If they had
Everyone Is looking forwsrd with Inter
est to next week and there Is a general
leellng that . financial conditions having)
settled down somewhat there will be a
very decent buying demand on the part
of packers. As a matter of course no one,
not even the packers themselves, can tell
In advance what the requirements of the
market will be next week, but at present
writing there Is nothing In sight to
leave one to anticipate other than a very
fair demand. As a matter of course no
one , would .like to see excessive runs at
any point, as buyers under such condi
tions would be almost certain to pound
prices. Eastern markets are hone too
strong as yet Yesterday Chicago reported
choice cattle as active, wni.e the less
desirable kinds were still slow In spite
of the small receipts.
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
corn led beeves, fl 008 75; fair to good
aornfed beeves, 8H.Hf"fi.00; common to fair
cornfed beeves, 7.6)4j.26j good to choice
range steers, 3. 0043.50; fair to good range
steer I7.26w8.00; common to fair range
steers, $6,501(7.00; good to fancy cornfed
heifers, $7.7!nf8.75; good to choice grass
heifers, 86 2.V(j7.26; good to choice grass
cows, $4.0(ii4i.60; fair to good grades, $6.26
e.W; common to fair grades, $.1.6u(uV.26;
good to choice Blockers and feeders, $7.60
HiN.ai; fair to good Blockers and feeders.
ts.7f47.60; common to fair Blockers and
feeders, 88.0mBU. 76 J stock cows and half ere.
86.4iU04l.76; stock calves, 66.00gi.00; Veal
calves, I7.0OV1O.6O; bulls, stags, etc, $4.7W
No. At. Pr. rfo. Ae. Pr.
1 I TO I ...1101 IN
1 W 4li
1 841 I 26 Ill IN
I 74 I M 1 1044) 6 00
1 1001 I 76 1 10M M
STOCK ERS AND FEEDERS,
t 40 oo i t , 71 f 60
1 bull 1890 6 80
.710 t 60
. 42i (25
. 82 4 26
.10x8 t 60
. SV0 (00
,U10 t 60
2 calves..; 7 2l
I feeders. . 705 6 60
1 cow 1060 6 00
. W0 4 2f.
. 860 660
7 COWB. . .
. k&O 40
. 938 i 85
. 918 4 00
.1600 t 00
.. 716 t 26
.1180 I 60
.1060 I 26
. 720 t 26
.1300 6 00
..14 JO 6 26
..16M i 76
927 4 60
t cows 973 t 20
t feeders.. 6v 60
t cows...., 976 t W
12 heifers... 810 t 76
16 feeders.. 808 80
3 cowa 980 t 06
HOOSThe lightest run of the week
showed up this morning, only eleven cars,
or about 700 head, being received. The
total for the five days amounts to t.&l
head, being about a fourth the else of
the supply for the same days ot both last
Week end a year ago.
In filling the scant orders they had
this morning, packers did lust what they
were afraid of doing on Thursday, that
is. they cams Into competition with tha
shippers and speculators on the few load
of fresh hogs that were here, and prices
proceeded to soar. There never was any
real trsdlng established. Each salesman
ssked what he thought he oould get, and
In the majority of cases he got It, with
the result that hogs sold anywhere from
26c to. In extreme rases. 60o above Thurs
day. With so few hogs here, there is no
use In trying to quote the average mar
ket, and all that can be dope Is to com
pare Individual sales for the two days,
which Is, st the best, an unsatisfactory
method. Today's prices ranged all the
way from tS.OD to as high a UM. Ship
pers again bought the long end of the
aupply, and one packer who t'.ld succeed
In filling an order, only got three or four
loada. This buyer quoted his purchase
as 40c above yesterday.
Today's trade Indicates a condition thst
while much better than during the
earlier part of the week, Is still far from
normsl, In that It Is absolutely feverish.
Packers are almost afraid to get in while
the receipts remain so light, as every
bid they mske has to come Into direct
competition with a shipper or speculator
offer. It la safe to say though that the
market Is now adjusting Itself to the un
usual conditions, snd prices are rapidly
regaining all that they lost on their big
drop the first half of the week.
ha. A. FS. I. N-J. sr. th. Pr.
4ii Ida lao I 78 IH ... I Ba
an tbl I IS 44 171 ... I to
4 tat at I 16 , as 8)9 (9 8 8
t Ml ... ik) s ri ... I H
a taa ... it kl ... 6N
SHEEP South Omaha continued U
lead all other western markets In the
matter of receipts for in the neighbor
hood of some 10,300 head of sheep and
lambs were reported In tbla morning, aa
compared wl- t log laat Friday, 10,3U3
two weeka a. a and 2.B47 on the corre
sponding day laat year. This makes a
total for the week to date of 44. tM head,
agalnat 88,979 for the- same day laat
week and 74.803 for tne aume time a year
ago. Taking the lamb receipts as a whole
today, they were not quite ae good ss on
Thursday, but the mutton offeiinga
showed no apparent change to speak of.
The situation today was much th same
as It has been all the week; that 1. of
ferings have been scarce at outside'
points, while the local trade has been
ilrwrsllv supplied. Because of the meager
recelpta at other marketa, the local hov
ers were willing to allow another ad
vance, resulting In the bulk of lambs be
ing active sellers at prices strong to 10
to 18 cents higher than, yeeterdny and
fully a quarter better than the close of
the previous week. Practically all the
decent killing lambs moved at $125. the
top being l&.M. There were some lambs ,.
at $7.i (hat went to the packers, hut.--these
were light and something on the
feeder order. Sorting in all cases was.
likht and the culls and seconds sold as
killers, the same as on the previous daya
of the week.
A very moderate supply of ewes snd
yearlings today moved readily, showing
an advance of 10 to IS cents over yesr- ,
day. No wethers were In sight. Fat
ewes ranged all Ihe nay from 84.76 to .
I 16 and yearlings I6.1.S tn 86 26. Aged
sheep are also a quarter higher than a
quotations on range sheep and lambs:
Oood to choice lambs, V flP4iS.: fair lo
eviod lambs, $7.atj8.fl0: f.-eder lambs. .
7.10; yearlings, good to choice, 8K fnfii
6 25; fair to good yearllnns, $".7tof6,OA:
teenier yearlings, 88Mf6.70; good to
rholce wethers. tfi.OOlrfi 90; fair to good
Wethers, $r.SP4uYA0: feeder wethers, li.OKi
4.60; good to choice ews. ir..(Vvtifi.lf; fair
to good ewes, H.7Hl5.0O; feeder ewes, $3.20
13 li'aho ewes 10J
4M Idaho lambs .'4
2 r7 Irtsho lambs 6t
U culls 48
Ti Msho ewes 114
:M nstlve yearlings 81
1,2 Idaho lamba K7
aw Nebraska feeding ewes 73
lis Irtaho ewea iS
2t lda'-o ewes .'...,.1011
163 Idaho feeder lambs.... f0
I'M lililio feeder Inmha 12
1 .r.Tf Iflnho feeder lambs KS
1.12 Idaho lamba .' 67
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK MARKET .
Firm Haas tiroes; bees
CIllCAilO. Aug. 7.-4ATTI.K.-Recelpts.
1 k.a.1. I , k .,t firm- t.M.VM t?10ftl
'; steers', 36.4ontK.73; stockers snd feed
ers, to "tWO : cows and heifers, $3.6tKuV
8. 10; calves, t V 11.65.
lOOSHecelpts. 5,T0 head; market
strong, tfittll'ic higher; bulk of sales. 881
fiC0; light. 8sr,irM0: mixed. S9t.4N4t9.8n;'
heavy. $H.lVu.20: rourh. II. IMA. 35: plus.
$74Xl0ii. . .
SHEICP AM' LAMBS Itecelnts. S.ooi
head; market loo to 60c higher; sheep,
:..M16; yearlings. 86.00410; lambs.
Kansas City Live Stark Market.
KANSAS CITY. Aug. 7. OATT LB Re
celpta, Don head; market higher; prime
fed steere. m.3T4ft.tu; dresed beef steers.
8.Uit.S6; western steers. 86.760 60; stock
era and feeders. 6.OmV8.0u; bulla, tTi.Xit
$.76; calvea. $6. 5O4J1O.0O.
HOOS Receipts, 1.4(4) head; market
higher: bulk of sales. $.Siwa.75: heavy
fx Joti'8 00; packers and butchers. 18. JO
$.60; light, tn.f-ni8.76; pigs. $7,fi000.
SHEEP AND LA MBS-Receipts. I.70O
heal; market higher; lamb. I7.TiV?T8.40;
yearllnga. ti 6046.60: wethers. 84.7Mr5.75:
i . '
t. Louis Live Rtnrk Market.
ST. IjOUIS. Aug. 7. CATTLE Re- '
ceipts, koo head; market, steady; native
b ef steers. 87 6018.76; cows and heifers,
t6.00ft9.2ri; stockers snd feeders. 86.0Oif7.6O;
southern steers, H (XVifl.i'V; cows snd heif
ers, $4 01116 06; native calvea, t6.umBt0.6t'.
HOOS Receipts, 1.200 head; market'
higher; pigs and lights, 17 "cjO M: mixed
ami butchers, $.00n9.40; good heavy, t.K
SHEEP AND LAMPS Receipts ton
hesd; market strong: native muttons, $4.00
IH.C0; loinbs, $7.0tni8.2u.
Rlaaa t'lly Live "toek Market, i
8IOITX CITY, la., Aug. 7.-CA1TI.E-RfK-eliits,
100 hend; no market.
HOOS Receipts, 1,800 head; market ST.X&
80c higher; heavy, $8.4088.60; mixed, '
8N.2Twfm.4o; light, t8.ifj4jie.2e;.- bulk of sales, .
HHI1C1 AND LAMDS-Recelptt, 300
head; no market.
. ; -
Live Btock la Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the five prin
cipal western markets:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
900 1,400 2,700
900 2,200 800
l.OnO 'i.ii0 6,000.,
100 J.NOli :"m
, 200 000 10,800
St. Ixiuls ....
Sioux llty ..
...'..$,100 11.000 24,100 .
Sager Market. .
NEW YORK. Aug. 7. 8TUOAR Raw,-
firm; molasres, 3 6HilF7c: centrifugal.
4.20.620; refined firm. 60c higher; outy.
om, o.puu, rruaiMi, i.nv niouia A,
6.46c; cubes, 6.26c; powdered, 6.10c; XXXX
nowdnred. 6.15c: fine s-raniil&t1 a oil...
diamond "A." 6.06c; confectioner's ''A,"
4 90c; No. 1. 4 80c.
Accused of Bobbing
Herman Fanner Boys '
' BLAIR, Neb., Aug. 7.-(Speclal Tele- '
gram.) Charles Adams was brought from
Herman this afternoon by Sheriff Cotnp
ton and will be given a preliminary hear
ing tomorow -on the charge of highway
robbery. Late laat evening Adams and
three other hoboes enticed Qlen Stroble
and John McPherson, two young boys
about 1$ years old, who had been working
on a farm near Herman, to a distance of'
about a mile south of town and robbed,
Btroble of 660 and McPherson of $13.
They then tied the boys' hands behind
them and cutting a hole through the col
lar of their coat pulled It over their,
hand and relied It The toys were'
threatened with death If they mad any
One of the boys worked himself loose
and notified the Herman night police
who organised a posse and canght Adams
as lie was boarding a midnight freight.
The other three made their escape.
Adams had 87.60 In his pockets and to
night was Identified as the man who
broke into the private room of Landlord
Petersen of the .Clifton hotel at Blair
and tole a lot of silverware last week.
Hu Is about 27 years old and gavs his
home as Denver, Colo.
Canada's Offer to .
Raise Force Accepted
OTTAWA, Ont, Aug. 7.-England to-;
night accepted Canada's offer to raise an
expeditionary force. Today orders were ;
Issued to commanders of militia regi-.
ments all over Canada to call for volun
teers. A division of 21.000 men will be
raised. In all regimental headquarters a
recruiting office will be opened tomorrow .
a 1th a recruiting officer and a medical
officer In attendance.
An effort is being made to provide -strong
defenses for Sydney, Nova Scotia,
the center of great coal mines, the termi
nus ot Atlantic cables and the alt of a
powerful wireless station.
Czar Folds French
Envoy in His Embrace
PARIS. Aug. T. (5:20 p. ra.) A 8L
Petersburg dispatch ot current date to
the Temp say:
"The emperor ummoned to the palace "
today Maurice Maleologue, the French .
ambassador, and expressed In the warm-1
est terms his admiration of the magnifi
cent spectacle afforded by united France. ,
At the end ot the audience Emperor
Nichols folded the ambassador In bis
arms, embracing him several times and '
saying: "I preea to my breast tn your
person your dear and glorious country."'
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