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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1914)
HIE UEE: OMAHA, WEDNKSIUY, AUlU'iST l 1S14
Poralafced Hooaekeeotaai Roams.
TWO nowly furnished, modern house
keeping room; (a, linen, close-In. 14
ril lwr Ay.
T38 B. 18TH St Housekeeping end sleep
ing roomi; Wind, house. f'hor T. hCI-W.
BO. 18th ST., 726 Houiwxeeping room
aulte; first (lour; also sleeping room.
Tyler ion W.
THREE nlca second-floor rooms, modern
hour. Tel. Webster 807 0.
Housekeeping apt. Har. 2181. 4243 Harney.
Hotels a ait A part Kiea ta.
CALIFORNIA Hotel. 18th and California.
Weekly rates 12 and up. lougls T3.
OODKN HOTEL, room U
tODOK HOT Kl Modern. Rresonsble.
I at nralsked kavat,
CLEAN, newly furnished, large, 3 roome
ensutte; housekeeping complete: splen
did location; only 1X75 week. 36-1
THREE modern unfurnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 2S17 Poppleton Ave.
Hoasrs a tnl.
WALKING DITANCE-:v7 Dewey Ave ,
triotly modern 7-room brick residence,
hot water heat, combination lights, rel
ished floors, large light basement, vacant
th. I.ady 2fior. will show l.oime. W. V.
Mitchell, owner. 1829 Spencer S:- Web-
-ROOM, modern flat; 2 finished rooms in
basement; papered and varnished
throughout. :Oi North 2UX. St: J2 60. Isaac
A. Coles, 216 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
( AND -ROOM strictly modern cottages,
112 and $20 per month; shade trees.
2419 So. 24th St.
DO NOT OVERLOOK M Y I'NLVCAL
OFFER. WHICH WILL APPEAR INT
ALL NEXT BUNDAY'H PAPERS, , IT
WILL BR OF INTEREST TO TOO
WHETHER TOU MAY HE A REN TER.
INVESTOR OR EXPECTING TO Bl Y
A HOME. DIFEERNT FROM ANT
PROPOSITION TET OFFERED. F S.
TROLLING ER, BUILDER Ot WELL
BUILT BENSON HOMF.. J
61X-ROOM cottage, all modern except
heat. 1730 Bo. 10th. D. 4874.
XJmaaa in all parts of the city.
llOUSeB crelgh Sons fc Co.. Be Bldg.
Wa have a complete list of all house".
apartment nd A tnat rB fr rent;
This list can be seen free, of charge at
Omaha Van & Storage Co.. 8. 16th i-t.
SONB to compare, an modern 7-room
house, also 4-room fiat 220 No. 23d.
4-ROOM cottage, all modern except heat,
convenient to school. D. 6696.
IF YOU HAVE A SMALL AMOUNT OF
CASH TO INVEST ON A PROPOSI
TION, WHEREIN TOU TAKE ABSO
LUTELY NO RISK, NO ELEMENT OF
CHANCE. DO NOT FAIL TO READ
St five rNuauAL offers l wh ch
WILL APPEAR IN ALL NEXT SUN
ATT8 PAPER F. 8. TRULLINQER.
Free Rental List
Complete Information about ayery t
eant housa and apartment in the city.
This servlc Is free. Tel. Douglas 4477.
Fidelity Storage A Van Co.
Fidelity Storage Co.
READ MY ADVERTISEMENT WHICH
WllA. APPEAR IN ALL NEXT SI N
SiFs PAPER". UNDER THE REAL
F. B. TKUL-
van and Stor
age Co. Reduced
r. 1mm tnr St) din
ln wau. S men. $1.25 per nr.; dray.
men. II per hr. 1713 Webster Doug. 1496.
J-- T"i j Exp. Co., moving,
I , Kppfl packing storage,
e V -VWU lay? Famam. p. 614s;
S-KOOM house, all modern, tree water.
'.04 N. 80th. ToL D. 1530.
SEPTEMBER 1 to small family. 7-room
house, modern, hard wood floora down
stairs, Ui; tii and California. A. C.
Wakeley, Omaha wati. uoug. ohm
""wii t. rirc-i.-n . fivr UNUSUAL,
PROPOSITIONS NEXT - SUNDAY IN
ALL THE PAPERS. READ MY OFFER
IN THE REAL ESTATE COLUMNS
MEXT SUNDAY SURE. F. 8. TRUL
aturee no offleea.
Fine coot room with vault, elae. light
nd wat.r free; 14Vfcx27 ft parUtloned
lor t private rooms and reception room.
Opens directly on beautiful court. kl
door. Apply room iu;. pm qiu
FOR RENT An office with reception
room. reasonaDie. oti b' mm-
For business needing
Only small Investment
Will help you start.
Inquire of Superintendent,
The Bee Building Co.
(rOOD barn, room tor t or M bora
1M7 Webster bu Call Douclaa .
FARM RANCH LANDS FOR BALK
Several rood farm for sale cheap:
as acres Improved upland farni with
soma fruit, good water, aman Duiiaings,
Bear Council Bluffs. Prloe 6 per acre.
63 acres norUieaol or town, an uoa
land, near school, fair buildings. Price'
)14i) per acre, no trad considered.
SO acres about 1 miles east of center of
city, fair buildings; good orcnard, running
iUr, Price 112a per acre.
3l acres 6 miles north of city post
off lea on Lima Kiln road, well fenced and
watered, splendid blue grass pasture;
some tirater, 10 acre of corn. I'ric uu
DAY at HE8S CO.,
V3 Pearl Street. Council Bluffs. la.
FOTTND i20-acr nomeaUad la settled
neighborhood; fine larin li:d; not sand
tiUls, cost you aO flung laea and all. J.
A. Tracey. Kimtail. Nob.
FOR SALE Late Henry Brothers' farm
212 acres. (105 an acre. Address, Thoma
Hanley. Klrkwoud UutnL Ds Moines iu.
T miles of Council Biulfs. All suitable
tor farming. About 15 acrea alfalfa. 10
acres meadow;, good cottage house, small
orchard. Splendid barn. A cheap Jilaco
at $ per acre.
MGEE REAL ESTATE CO.,
106 Pearl St.. Council BKiffs.
Mlaaesota. . . .
FOR BALE M0 acres 4k miles from Ml ti
nea poll a. on mile from town; lto acres
under cuSUv.tto, bal. used for pasture;
can practically all be cultivated; heavy
auU; good set of buildings, consisting of
k-roon bouse, large barn, granary, corn
cribs, ate; the land will produce v bush
sis of corn par aero; telephone in houu;
country thickly settled; complete set of
machinery; ft head of stock, constating of
u vowe, iists ana years oia; s good
horses, 2S bogs, chickens; H of this year's
rrop ano everxmng on ine larrn goes at
P4 per acre; half cash. Schwab Bros,
0.t Plymouth Rldg., Minneapolis. Minn,
NO FAILURES In Pino county, Mlniu
ota; close to best markets; choice
lands, easily cleared. 130 ir acre; easy
terms. Hunt-Juhnson. Hinckley, Minn.
Beat dairy and general crop state la the
Union; settlers wanted; lands for sale at
low prieas, on easy terms. Ask ror book
let to on Wisconsin Central Land Grant.
State acres wanted- Write about our
rasing lands. If interested In fruit
lands, aak for booklet on Apple Orchards
In Wisconsin. Address Land Dept.. e'oo
lino it jr., imoeaioli. Miun-
REAL ESTATK LOANS
Meters Trust ce
OMAHA homes, tjuit Nebraska farms.
O KEKFE REAL ESTATK CO..
101 Omaha Nat Douglas t7U.
MONET on hand for city asd farm inene,
H. W. Binder. City Vat. Bk. Bldg.
msha Nat. Mn.
r5r CITT LOANS. Pemie-Crlbar Co.,
UI1-S1I Brsndeis Theater Bldg.
loans sod warrants,
W. Famam Pmlth
Co., 13K Far nam.
HARRISON V MORTON. 118 Om Nat
CITY properly. Larce ,oans a specialty.
W. H Thomas. V Bt.Me Bank Bldg.
:C io 410. UU' made promptly. F. D,
Weed. Weed B'd.. ISth and Famam.
TTlY and farm loans, &, par xal.
J.H.Dumont Co., lnj Famam. Omaha.
8F.K us first If yeu want s fan- loan.
United States Trust Co.. Omaha. Nab.
HKAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
FOR EXCHANG E Several good Missouri
farms for Nebraska farma Write what
you have Guy R. Stanton. Lebanon. Mo.
1'ianua tor other musical Instr J ta. v. J0U.
ABSTRACTS Or TITLE.
KERTl Title Guarantee and Abstract Co..
a modern abstract office, u& So 17la
H. Thnne Douglas S4.T7.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
fice in Nebraska. 20 3ran.4els Theater.
REAL E8TATE NORTH SIPE
Near 26th and Seward Street
Only $100 Cash
Balance $15 Per Month
li rooms, partly modern, one block to
school, two blocks to car. Price only
THE VOOEL REALTY AGENCY.
101S-1S W. O. W. Bldg.
White Stucco Home
This white stucco houso Is one that you
have been looking for; 270 North 4Mb
street has R rooms and bath on the first
floor: 2 unfinished rooms on the eeoond
floor: full cemented basement; oak floors
and finish, furnace; Is oeeoraieo. neaoy
for von to move Into today, mis nouse
Is well worth the price asked and you
can buy it on easy payments, to reacn
this house take the Deaf Institute car. get
off at Miami street. Be sure you see tnis
house as it Is one of the best barzains
on the market.
Creigh, Sons & Co.
Douglaa 200. EOS Bee Bids;.
Brand new t-raem house on paved street
and strictly modern. Iocated on Spragua
m. and a snap at
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Douglas 1781. War Block.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
Near 40th and Ijafayette Ave.
Balance $23 Per Month
m M J a .AnM tA.,MA miulni
Im murmrv w v .m.n Wtlkft. . RlVCd
streets, one block to car, 8 blocks to
school; rine large corner 101, room i
build 2 more houses on rear of lot; fine
shads and small fruit. Price only 13.000.
THE VOGEL REALTY AGENCY,
1015-16 W. O. W. Bldg.-
6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE
Hardwood finish. 3515 Davenport, $3,750.
W. H. Gates -
647 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 1394.
WEST FABNAM BARGAIN.
At 118 So. 36th 8t. This home Is very
beautiful, on paved it rest; largo shade
trees; stnotiy modern nouse rooms
Block td car Uriel small payment down
balance monthly payments fi per cent
Interest. This house must be seen to be
appreciated. Call Harcey 3030 for further
Information or can at aoove aanrfsa.
BEAUTIFUL home In exoluslva West
1'arnam district Owner will bo In town
for one week only and must sell immedi
ately. Burroughs Adding Machine com
pany, 30 South Uth St. city. Doug-29L
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
Fifteen acres on 60th, south of Center.
This bronertv Is hlchly Improved.
Haa 8-room strictly modern house, large
barn, chicken house, etc. There are about
three acres In fruit and shrubbery, which
Includes most everything In the fruit and
shrubbery line; about two acres in garden
and osatura. balance in alfalfa.
There la a beautiful grove surrounding
the housa from where a splendid view of
the city and country can be had. Tho
street car Is now being extended on Cen
ter street, which will Da witnin tnree
hlvks of this nronertv. The party who
owns this property is very anxioua to
sell and will take as pan payment aa
f imih. residence.
This Is positively a proposition that la
not offered everyaay.
0 'Neil's E. E. & Ins. Agency,
Phone Tyler 1024. ' "W Farnam Bt
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
RIITK OF 11 LOTS.
11.200. easy terms. Council Bluffs, 4
blocks of Omaha car lino. Nice blgb
amund. These lots are very cheap.
They are within about a mile of tho busi
ness part of Omaha. They will grow la
value every year ana meantime win
make you a good homo where you can
have a garden, fruit, chickens, a cow.
etc., and have room for your children
l'GEE REAL ESTATE CO..
105 Pearl St.. Council Bluffs.
EXCELLENT Dundee home, flro place.
buffet, beamed ceilings, til floor 1
bath room, etc. Close to car line, im
mediate possession. Call up for further
Information. W. H. Thomas 4b Son,
I2i Plate liank Bldg. Douglas 1G4S.
REAL ESTATE: MISCELLANEOUS
517 So. 25th Ave.
Six Large Rooms.
tt.CQO FOR quick cash sal. Income prop
erty, 13 per cent. Call owns. Har
Five-room cottage, modern but heat,
electric lights, paved street, paving paid
for. Price only $1,60. Terms: fcttO cash,
balance monthly. Snap. Let us show
I). R. BUCK & SON,
(II Omaha Nat l Bank. Douglas H3.
$200 CASH, BALANCE
25 MONTHLY ,
On Famam St. a good 6-room cot
tage, all modern but furnace, with fin
big lot to a food party on the above
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Doug. J74T War Block o.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Lirerpool Wheat Market Leads tho
World on Prices.
FARMEE3 ARE HOLDISQ CORN
Not Dispose to Offer Yellow Cerel
Only at k Higher rrlces ror
elgarea Are Baytaa; Oat
OMAHA. Alia. K 1914.
The Liverpool wheat market led the
grain world .yesterday. Whil closings
were at advances of HiI'o for the aay on
Buying by shorts, the market was lair
and purchases of wheat changed the
sit nation entirely. The specualtlve world
continues to keep a close watch on wneat
luiuree or Ma market nr I' 8.. wnere
there were losses of Id for futures and t
CMd for spots. An enormous run of re
ceipts is expected In the U. K. and It IS
also expected that price will be carried
aownwara in mat country.
It Is expected by the trade In wheat
there will be a continuation of heavy
sales of futures here as well aa in the
smaller markets against the actual grain
now being carried by exporters who can
not send the wheat from the country.
Bankers In some Instances are ssld to be
demanding the funds now tied un in
wheat, which means that hedging trana-
art-nns win increase.
The more ' ennservatlva eretn wien at
Minneapolis aav that th new cron of
wheat has commenced to Com Into ths
pit there in the wav of her re. but It
being well taken care of by millers and
others, who feel that a great deal of
wneat will be needed from this time for.
ward for the manufacture of flour. The
price of flour declined Mo yesterday from
the highest level reported In th war
scare and the Minneapolis millers were
offering to sell hsrd spring wheat patent
at PU0 yesterday, without buyers. This
was in wood, and In lots to suit.
It waa reported late yesterday that
Russia will permit the export of bread
stuffs Into Great Britain.
That the country la not placing Its corn
on the bsrgaln counter wan Indicated by
the manner In which offerings from first
hands dried up yesterday. As long as
prices were up near the top the farmers
showed a willingness to part with somj
i-f their grain, but th continued decline
during th latter part of last week had
Its effort and offerings from the country
were very email. This, with th strong
southwest markets and hot weather com
plaints, stimulated buying of futures yes
terdsy and th market rallied from e.
weak opening. The buying waa of good
The fact that foreigner are buying our
oats was the all Important factor In th
oats market yeaterdiLy. Export sales
were reported to bo over 800,000 bushels,
and ther was also a good demand for
cash oats here from th east. An increase
of over B.OOO.OnO bushels, th week In the
visible took th wind out of th bulls
sails for a few minutes, but the market
soon recovered and resting spots of th
day were H&So better than Saturday.
Provisions sympathised with hogs
yesterday but th markets stiffened up
later. Trading: was light and without
feature, with commission house picking
up product on weak spots. The decrease
In lard and pork stocks, as shown In
semimonthly statement, caused soma
surprises and th trade was also con
cerned over the fact that the weekly
lard 'exports were over 7,000,000 pounds.
Wheat waa 2 to 4a higher.
Corn was 14 to 2c higher.
Oats were 1 to lc higher.
Clearances of wheat and flour wer
equal to W7.0n0 bushels; corn, 3.000 bush
els; oats, 7,000 bushels.
Primary wheat receipts were 1.496.000
bushels and shipments 1,208.000 buahels,
against ' receipts of 1,041.000 bushels and
thlpments of 625,000 bushels last yesr.
Primary corn receipts were W2.000 bush
els and shipments 429,000 buahels, ngalnst
receipts of 4X2.000 bushels and shipments
of 268,000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1.52,000
bushels and shipments 811.000 bushels,
against receipts of l.Otf.OOO bushels and
thlpments of 526,000 bushels last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
Kansas City 180
Ht. -Louis 74
Winnipeg ..!..! 125
These sale were reported today : Wheat
No. 2 hard winter: 1 car, r?e. No. t hard
winter: 1 cars, Hc; 1 car, 86c; cars,
NiVic; 4-6 ear. 6c. No. t durum: 1-6 car,
lo. Oats Standard: 1 car, 40c. No. .1
white: 1 cars, 39Ste. No. 4 white: 2 cars,
19c. Corn No. 1 whit: 2 cars, 7He. No.
2 white: 1 cars. 7Hc. No. 2 white: 1 car,
7SV4.04 1 car, 7S"c; 1 car. 78o. No. f white:
2 cars, 77Vc. No. 1 yellow: 4 cars, 79c.
No. 1 yellow: S cars. 78Hc. No. 5 yellow:
1 cars, 78c. No. t yellow: 1 car, 78o; 1 car.
77ic. No. 1 mixed: 4 cars, ?7'.4c. no. z
mixed: 1 cars, TTHo- No. mixed: I cars,
No. t mixed: 1 car, 77c. Sample:
1 car, 76V4C. No. 1 whit sweet corn, 1
car, Tlttc .
Omaha cash prices Wneat: No. t hard.
8v7o; No. hard, 86(ff16Hc: No. 4 hard,
84ic; No. '2 spring. 88iif9ie; No.1 1
spring, 87tSXe: No. 4 spring.
ST'Ac; No. 1 durum. TiWliWc; No. 1
durum. 78f7Vic. Corn: No. 2 white:
78iiB78Vie; No. 1 white, 7SaT8Vic: No. 4
white, nVMrTgc: No. 2 yellow, ,7H(aj?o;
No. I yellow. 7(fWSHc: No. 4 yellow. 77H
Ce: No. 2 mixed, T71Jr77Hc; No. 1 mixed,
THaTPAe; No. 4 mixed, 7ff77c. Oats: No.
1 white, 40H4o; standard, mifltOc; No.
1 whit. 1439He; No. 4 whit. S43e.
Parley: Malting. BMMSc; No. 1 feed. 4&3
80c. Ryo: No. 2. 77c: No. I, 7276c.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION!
Featare of th Trmdla.gr mn4 Closing;
Prices oa Heard of Trade.
CHICAGO, Aug. 11 Board of Trade
markete. Inspired mainly by a mamea
Improvement In the export situation, ad
vanced strongly today, led by wheat
which scored a net gain of 4Vc. Corn
advanced lc to tm; oats, 1V0 to lHc
nil nrnvlllnni IOC tn 25c.
Wheat wasat Its lowest at the opening
cn locnl selling, but strength developed
Immediately. The bulllsn rectors were
the liberal purchase by New Tcrk banks
of bills for export grain: the arrange
ment whoreby on New York bank will
finance ahlnmenta to England and an-
cther those to France; the sale at New
York yesterday and today of 1.000,000 bush
els to England: smaller export sales at
Chicago and Kansas City; good flour de
mand; disappointing thrashing returns
from the northwest, and a reduction in
th world's available nupply of 2 217.000
btshels ss compared with a 7,000,000 bush!
Increase a year ago.
In corn there wer the additional In
fluences of dry weather reports from
Kansas. Missouri and Iowa confirmed by
state and federal authorities, and light
countrv offerings of old corn.
There was a good big market for oats
stimulated by export demand, and trad
Ing waa on thebroadest si-ale since the
txefnnlne- or the war in r;urope.
Heavv sales to eastern exporters wer
r ported. Tho country showed no dispo
sition to sell.
Grain prlues furnished oy Logan 4k
Bryan office. IIS Houth Sixteenth street:
Art'clel Open. High. Low. Close.lTes y.
Wheat I I
iiecHsva') i orn:
lay.,l 0b4 107
Corn- ) I
May.70H'SrHl 72 I
Oats- . J
1 oi l oh i oevb
7T4 7T, 74j
, (UT4, 70S
70 71 8M
REAL ESTATE JIlSOTLLANEOUti
WEST FAUN AM BAUOAIN
At U So. 16th Bt. This home Is very
beautiful, on paved street; large shade
trees; strictly modern house, ft rooms;
Block to car line; small payment down,
balance monthly paymenta per cent
interest. Thle house must be seep to be
sppreclated. Call Harney y0 for further
Information or call at above address
rROOM house, renu for HIM. must be
sold st once: ttQ w 111 handle It It. ffl.
JUST before school opens owner must
sell his home; beautiful fc-room. sleeping
porch, sun room, ail modern; money saved
In buying direct. Price R600. Z"U Of
See Our Bental List.
Banker' Realty Investment Co.
Ground floor Bee Bldg. Tel. Doug. 2331-
,..... ..11 T ... . . all . . -1.
lOU!Bl mm I.M' . .Vila llMfl ,
neariy new; every thing right. Address B
.eept.!?Sff4i! 4m '! 4SV!
lec..;4hStJ:l 4' 4b H H
May.4S44 40 4 47
Sept.1 21 00 22 m n en 22 rv 10
Jan.. I 21 15 21 tt UK 21 IS 21 10
I ?H I M ?S
Oct .1 48 7TS TTS
Jan.. I ;h io ot ;h mii
septl it rt li 7S ii rji u ?m it rt
Oct . 11 17S 12 7TH 12 ITS 11 r 11 17V
Jan.. I II 0V 11 07! 11 00 II 07S1 10 9
Provisions advanced In sympathy wil!
th cereal a
OMAHA GHXKRAli MARKET.
Bl'TTER No. 1. 1-Ib., cartons. See; No.
1. fcMb. tubs. c.
CHKESE-lmported Swiss. 40r: Ameri
can Swiss, 20c; Mock 8 wins, 22c; twins,
17'c; daisies, IV; triplets. lc; Young
Americas, l!c; blu label brick. lc; llm
burger, 1-lb., lc: l-b.. 2oc: New York
white, 19c; Imported French Koquetort,
KISM Trout, 17;; large rrspple. IMF
lie; salmon. urri.V: halibut, V; channel
catfish, lfic; pike, 17c; pickerel. 10c.
POULTRY Hrollers, c; hens. 12t:
cocks. lVc; ducks, c; geese, fc; turkey.
16c: plegons. per dosen. uc; ducks, full
feathered, c: sreese, full feathered, lv;
suuabs. No. 1, Il k); Is'o. 1. 6to.
HOOS Itecelpta. M.000 head; market,
L'till; bulk. HvffTaS; light. ri8.90;
mixed. li-lOff ): heavy, t.00170; rough
K; pigs. r.2fHJ-
PEE1" Cl'T.-No. 1 ribs, Sc; No. 1,
lNc; No. 1, 16c; No. 1 chuck, l;u-; No. 2,
12c; No. S. llo: NO. 1 loin. 22c; No. 2,
lc; No. t 14c; No. 1 pistes, lv.; No. 2,
)9c; No. 2 16Sic; No. 1 round, lWc; No. t,
sc; No. I, 74a.
Prices furnished by th Olllnsky Fruit
FRUITf4 Orangea: Extrs fancy Glen
dora Valencies, be. llu, la. llAa, 17a,
2U0a. and 0. U.7I er btwc; Red Ball Va
lencies, an sues, per box. iemons:
Fancy Kllver Cord, aw and St!', 00 per
box: 420a. 18.60 rer box: 490. 88 Per box.
Orap Fruit: Extra fancy Hs. 14.50 per
box; extra fancy 46a, 14 per box; extra
fancy Ms, 13.S0 per box; Indian River a
and 80a. K per box. Apples: Duchess. 14
per bbl. Watermelons, lo per lb. Canta
loupes: Arizona standaros, I2.2& per
crate; Jumbos, 12 per crate; Tonys, 11.71
per crate, (.anrornia f ruits: mar iua
mond plums. 11.75 tier crate: red Plums.
11.65 per crate; California poaches, 8fo
per nox; t anrornia lartlett pears. -in.
boxes, 12.25 per box; Washington Bsrtlett
pears. 22 per box; Idaho red plums. 11.26
per crate; Idaho blue plums, 11.40 per
crate. Bananas, (1.75 to IS SO per bunch.
VEGETABLES Cauliflower: . Denver,
per lb.. 12Hc; cabbage, IWt per lb.;
onions. 2c per lb.; peppers. Wc per bas
ket: fancy tomatoes. Wo per bssket; cu
cumbers, hot-house, 2-dox. basket. 75c;
new beets, carrots and turnip. 2&c per
dox. ; celery, Michigan, 86o per dos.;
celery, Denver, large Jumbo. $1 per dos.:
head lettuce, 60c to 11. o0 per dos.; leaf
lettuc. 40c per dos. ; onlona, home grown,
15c per dos.; radishes, 50c per dos.; garlic.
Italian, 20c per lb.; horse radish. 11.65
per esse; shelled popcorn. 4c per lb.; ss
paragus, home grown, per dos.. market
price about 0c per dog.; potatoes, new,
i6c per bu.
NUTS Palled peanuts, 1150 per case;
No. 1 California walnuts, 18 He per lb.;
pecans, 12V4C per lb.; filberts, 15c per lb.;
almonds. 20c per lb.
MISCELLANEOUS Sugar walnut ds tea,
21.26 per box; limes, 11.76 per bssket;
crackerjack, 13.60 per case; crackerjack,
per half case, 11.76; checkers. 13.60 per
case; checkers, per half case, 11.76.
Cora avnd Wheat tVegrloa Bulletin.
Corn and wheat region bulletin of th
United Slates Department of Agriculture,
weather bureau, at Omaha, for the twenty-four
hours ending at 1 a. m., 7etU
meridian time, Tuesday, August 18:
, OMAHA DISTRICT.
Ashland 101 76
North Platte. .104
Sibley, la 96
Sioux City, la.. 100
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 1 a. m.
No. of Temp. Rain-
Columbus, 0 18
Louisville, Ky... 22
India' polls, lnd.. 13
Chicago, III 24
St. Louis, Mo.... U
Des Moines, la.. 24
Kan. City, Mo.. 14
Omaha, Neb..... W
Summary of weather and crop condi
tions In corn snd wheat region for week
ending August 17, 1914:
WASHINGTON. Aug. 18, 1914.
Th Inst week's weather wa favorable
for spring wheat harvest and thrashing.
In ths winter wheat belt, east of th Mis
sissippi river, generous rains put the soli
In good condition for plowing, but ths
weather continues too dry generally to
the westwsrd. In th corn bslt, esst of
ths Mississippi liver, the outlook has Im
proved, especially the lata planted, but
to the westward drouth continues In Ne
braska, Missouri and Iowa, and with hot
winds, the latter caused deterioration In
corn condition. Local rains Improved the
condition in Ksnsas. Paslurea ar greatly
Improved In the eastern districts, but are
generally short or burned out In th cen
tral and northern districts to th west
ward of ths Mississippi river. The tobacco
outlook Is generally Improved, and cut
ting and curing Is in pfro8'AMWEj SH
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Aug. IS.
WHEAT September. 110.21V4: No. 1 hard.
11.1SH; No. 1 northern. Sl.OSt, to 11.11:
No. J northern. Sl.O&Vs to tl.OOH; No. 1
September wheat advanced 4Vc.
RY K 7C2T76c.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 7SfJ7Hc,
OATS No. 1 white. 40H41fcc
KtsMi City LIT Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Aug. IS.-CATTLE Re
teipts, 16.0 O head; market steady; prime
fd steer. 9.U 10.60; dressed berf steers,
18.2M60; western steers 17.0Ol50; stock
ers and feeders, lt.oCa4.7i; bulls, 1.Zj3
6.60; calves, Ifi.&OfaiO.M.
liOGd Receipts, .(l0 head; market
eleady; bulk !00fl9.20; heavy, W.Od'hO 23;
packers snd outcners, w.wa? ;i, iigni,
l nlek. 18 00fr 60.
SHEEP AND LAM US Receipts S.Of
head; market steady; lembs, I7.8551S 2f
earlings. f.V80Q.6O; wethero, tr..2ja6.0O:
t. oola Live atoek Market.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. IS. CATTLE Re
ceipts, l,9io head: market steady; native
reef steers. !7.nO(u'10.15; cows and heifers,
t8.0fltfs.06: stockers and feeders, t5.9nia7.50;
southern oteers, t0u44l.26; cows snd heif
ers. 14.00fcfl.50; nstlves calves. WiWii wi.
HOU46 Receipts, 7.S0U hesd; market,
l.lirhrr: nlira and lights. 16. 764141.40; mixed
rnd butchers, t.Wat-; good heavy, 13 .10
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Rocelpts. 700
head: market steady; native mutton.
H6.X; lambs. tl.OOdaStt; lambs, fl.toQ
Bloos City LI vo Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY la., Aug. IS. OATTLE
IRecelpm, (sK) head; market firm; v1'1"
steers, l.Ui0.t; rows and heifers. -iti
460: cannera. 13.75(04.75: stockers and
fredors, 86 2f7.15: calves. 7.50all.OO; bulls,
stags, etc.. 151511(7.00.
HOGS Receipts, 2.700 h'-ad: no tone:
lic-avy, lS.7' 'Xi, mixed, Id 6jft8 70; light.
I8.6f6il: bulk. 18.6tUS.75.
SHEEP Receipts. l,'i head; market
steady: fed muttons. 6.Oi4.s0; wethers
ST. 5ua6.00; , M.7i.5 60, lamb. 17 26. j
Dry Good Market.
NEW YORK. Aug IS. Cotton goods
1 markets qult; prices steady on all Toods
it-xcrpt widu enJ narrow print clolhs
Mf-n's wear cancellations prevented by
notices ot advance. HUk mk1s Inmoder
ste demand. Bale of fall men's wear
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Receipt! of Cattle Only About Half
at Large aa Monday.
H0Q RECEIPTS SHOW INCREASE
Maety-FlT Car of beeo on the
Market Made th Yards Look
Llko Old Time Once
SOUTH OMAHA. Aug IX, 1914.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Om.lal Monday 1.1X7 4 24.
Estimate TueaJay 4.4O0 l.&ti :.0iO
Two days this wo.. 12.537 IS. 4K.S91
Same, day a last wek... 7.4:u 6.744
Same daya 2 wka ago.. 74 4,IJI Sb.if
Same dava 1 wka aso.. 7.962 11.611 17.948
Same days 4 wks ago.. 7 744 16.4W 24M
Same days last year. ..12,041 1,576 34,620
The following table snow the receipt
Of cattle, hogs and sheep at the Houth
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date as compared with Inst year:
1914. 1913. Inc. Dec.
Cut tl 4T7.44.1 609.296 ll.l
Hogs 1.621,271 1.9ii6,!i7 18:.71
M'ecp 1. 01.742 1.240,762 1KV9SI
The following table shows the prices
for hogs at the South Omaha live etovk
market for the last few days, with com
ll.t 11913. 11911. !ll0. 1901. 1190.
July 31.1 8 44S,
6 64: 7 601
61 T (0 T 49
76 7 75 7 M
921 7 70 7 62
7 04) T 6M 7 54 6 31
I 1 71
li T H T 161
t Hi T 2S 7 90
T K 7 IT 7 79
1 96 1 23 7 H
02l S 19l
1 t U 7 831
1 71" I 7 Vol 04 7 U 7 9M 7 4:
8 HSI 7 85 8 061 s g 06.
04',l 7 701 1 12i 7 10 7 481 17
I 7 73 1 11 7 W I 1S ' I 30
17.1 8 7
18. 8 6
I 7 771 S 14 7 17 8 241 7 64
72H I 8 W 7 171 1 SOI 7 ; 1 44
69.1 7 7R 7 17 1 24 7 72 6 41
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the union Mock yards, South Omaha,
reo.. lor tweniy-iour hours ending at 4
IUflC EIPT8 C A Rt.
C. M. 8L P 17..
Missouri Pacific 1 2
Union Paclflo 19 14
C. & N. W east 8 6
C. N. W west 20 39
C, St. P., M. A 0 1 7
C, B. Q., east 11 4
C, B. tk Q.. west 105 21
C, IV I. & P.. east I 7
Illinois Central 1
Chicago Ut. West 2 2
total receipts 178 123
DISPOSITION H EA D.
Morris & Co J4. ti.T 1,193
8wlft & Co M4 1.910 6.320
Cudahy Packing Co Ml i,:C2 1,469
Armour & Co 709 2,210 6,319
Schwartd ft Co 121
Lincoln Packing Co 18
So. Omaha Packing Co.. 4
W. B. Vansant Co 66
Benton, Van'nt ft Lush 217 ...
Hill ft Son.. 172
F. B. Iwl 46
J. B. Root ft Co 266
J. H. Bulla '. 23
U K. Hues 82
Rosenstock Bros 96 ... ...
McCreary ft Kellogg.... 78 ,
Wertheimer ft Dogen.... 71 ... ...
H. F. Hamilton 21
Sullivan Broa 20
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Co.... 40
Meyers 26 ... ...
Baker. Jones ft Smith.. 130
Tanner Bros 64
John Harvey....- 88
D. ft F 1
Other buyers 16 ... 12.602
Totals 4 650 7.4U W,888
.CATTLE Receipts of cattle wer only
about half aa large as yesterday, but aa
compared with recent daya It wss a very
fair run after all. For tn two days th
receipts show a gain of 6.0U0 head, as
compared with recent weeks, but are only
about on a par with the curresponuinc
txrtod of last year.
While in marKei on oeei steers oponca
a little slow, thei was a good buying de
mand for the good to choke kinds of both
cornfed and grass beef, and such caul
wer generally quoted as ateady with yes
terday. Good cornfeds sold ss high ss
lu.no and rang steers up to 19.00. Th
common to Inferior grades, aa efcll as th
medium to decent kinds of beef steers,
were slow to as much as loo lower.
Cows and heifers were In large receipt
ihls morning and buyers took advantage
of the situation to pound th market, with
th result that prices wer weak to 1016c
lower than yesterday, or around 16a26c
lower for the two days this week.
Good feeders were steady this morning,
but th medium grade wer slow to 10c
lower than yesterday. Ther was a fair
demand and a considerable proportion of
the offerings changed hands In good sea
son. Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
cornfed beeves, 1 601410 10; fair to good
cornfed beeves, l76tS,60, common to fair
cornfed beeves, 16.0Uiq6.76; good to choice
rang steers, 16. 2S&.8.76; fair to good rang
steers, t7.6otf6.26; common to fair range
steers, 16.buKI.6o; cholc to fancy oorn
fed heifers, ! 6oft$ 0; good to cholo
grass heifers, tii.764j7.7S; good to choice
grass cows, lti.2fv((1,28; fair to good grada,
46.6oifl6.26; common to fair grades, !3.60n
6.50: good to cholo stockers and feeders,
17.76ji6.26; fair to good stockers and feed
ers. 66.767.76; common to fair stockers
ana feeders, H0u. 76; stock rows snd
heifers, 6.0if6.75: stork cslves, S4 00i8.W;
veal calvsa, I7.U040.26; bulls, stags, etc.,
At. Fr. No.
1 es M
I 15 II
I 15 t
I 44 I
4 00 i
1 (5 II
4 4 11
AO I 40 1
.IMrt 1 66 I
. Sot 4 1
. ua t it 10
lit 10 00
, 146 It 00
IM) 1 0
I ) 1
111 10 00
STOCKERS AND FEEDEHH
I 75 4
T 04 4 ,
7 W 1
1 44 I
10 feeders.. 675
t feeders.. 9ol
1 bull 1120
3 steers.. ..1147
6 steers.... 1072
4 cows 900
a feeders.. 1064
46 feeders.. loM
23 feeders.. H4
60 cows Kvi
heifers .. 7S4
7 00 feeders.. M 7 16
6 16 S feeder.. 486 6 76
4 76 & cow..... 794 S 26
4 60 1 steer 860 4 25
7 25 1 cow 10w 6 M
6 60 36 feeders.. 108 7 60
7 40 41 steer.... 1160 7 0
T 40 S steers.... 1102 4 80
5 60 47 feed era.. 1066 7 40
7 40 46 feeders. .1U60 7 40
T 41 17 steers.... 1000 90
7 80 21 steers. ...1128 7 HO
6 50 19 feeders.. 2i" 7 0)
4 00 15 cows &J4 4 26
4 00 1 row 1060 6 25
6 70 22 feeders... 94 7 75
7 60 9 cows 1111 S 00
4 76 1 cow 1160 6 6o
7 75 1 elves.... 190 50
6 00 II feeders... 82 7 16
7 15 10 feeders... Ksi 7 '
7 15 1 steer 920 7 00
4 calves.... 310
7 feeders... 661
3 steers 1143
1 bull laio
t 50 40 steers 12VI 7 40
16 steers 1274
T 40 44 steers A2 I 10
4 Is cows 44 S 15
5 75 21 feeders... 964 7 25
42 feeders.. .1110
P. J. Hturneon. Nebraska.
43 steers.... 940 4 HO 40 steers.... 164 (80
17 steers. .. 941 6 Ml
Iw .A bolt, Nebraska.
20 steers ... U7 4 60 steers ... SO 00
Boardmsn Cattl Co., Nebraska.
76 steers... .11 8 tu
J. H Bnrhelor, Nebraska.
32 hellers... 9S2 7 10 51 co 1006 6 76
Altenberg Bros. Neb.
16 feeder. .1271 8 io I cows 940 176
H. M Faddla A Co -Neb.
11 steer.. ..1230 7 1 cows 1017 144
John lelmer Neb.
1 feeders.. lis 7 60 41 feeder.. 1151 7 60
K. K. Ixwe-Neh.
22 steers.. ..1144 7 65 steers.. ..1158 100
D. L. Sturgeon Neb.
S feeders.. 10?4 ? 24 feeders.. 1034 7 30
L. E. Ballcnger Neb.
23 feeders.. Hi 7 45 23 feeders.. 1094 7
J. H. Monor Neh.
30 feeders .1145 7 25 2 heifers.. .110$ 7
Tester A Graham Neb.
46 feeders.. 10S( 7 26
J. M. Gentry-Neb.
23 feeders . 1210 8 15 21 cshfr 1022 60
.. 743 6 75 17 steer.... 1V7
.. 9KS 40
..KttO 6 16
..k; 7 40
.. N67 6 40
4 feeders... 6K7
I cows 1000
42 steers . ..1101 II 10
Charles and Minnie Fredrick Wyo.
51 feeders.. Iua 7 50 1 steers. ...MPS 6 10
Henry Fredericks Wyo.
11 feeders.. he.9 7 80
C. Fredericks, Jr. Wyo.
4 feeders. .1036 7 60 6 steers. ... 127 6 83
J. C. Shaw-Wyo.
31 cows ra 50 i cow so 7
1 cow 720 6 50 1 cow 1000 7 00
1 cow 930 6 26 1 cow 1090 7 00
J. C. Hhaw-Wyo.
1 row 940 16
M. K. Newlnger Wyo.
2 feeders.. 965 7 66 1 cs.ahfrs.U50
1 steers.... HrtO 60 8 steers..,
M (eedrra.. 945 7 85 1 row..,,
Steers.. ..1033 7 70
C. Bright Wyo.
S6 steers.... 947 6 96 19 steers..
IS feeders. .11.14 7 75 10 cows...
6 cows 776 60 1 steers..
Diamond Cattle Co. Wyo.
26 feeders.. 996 8 95 61 feeders. .1000
22 cow IO08 66 61 rows 950
J. B. Kendriek Wyo.
6 cows P.'i 4 76 43 stoers....lir4
18 steers.. ..11S3 8 8T. S steers... .1167
16 cows 1076 6 56
W. E. Haines Wyo.
8 steers.. ..1.-5 S 10 1 steers. ...151
1 steer 1200 S 10 S steers.. ..ION)
10 heifers ... 639
1 heifers.... 6.SA
6 cows 1024
1 bull 15tO
10 feeders... 927
4 cows 960
3 feeders... 725
12 cows ft"4
1 heifer 490
7 cows 1064
6 calves... 2xl 1 60 6 rows 896 S 10
6 rows. . .
2 rows lmo 6 65 33 feeders.. 633 65
steer.. ..1058 S 00
J. B. Colman fl. D.
9 cows 96 7 00 6 cows 893 S 00
1 bull 1390 6 60 2 cow m 4 25
F. M. Helnrtrh Mont.
60 steers.... 10X5 S 10 4 steers.. ..1104 8 10
F. M. Ilelnrlch-Mont.
31 steers.. ..1311 too S steers.. ..1833 0
1 steers. ...1120 S 26 1 steer 1100 S 26
40 steers.. .1206 S 25 15 sp. hfrs.1190 1 86
HOGS Receipts amounted to 125 cars
or 8,300 head, putting th total for the
two day at 13,066 head. This la a gain
of more than 7,000 head over last week,
and la 1500 lareer than a vemr ISO,
Other marketa were reported dull and
In moat cases easier, and the local trade
was no exception to tbe general rule,
opening very low, with first bids right
close to 10fy16o lower. Shippers were Hunt
buyers today, and as ther wa little
competition on th shipping grades th
few order that showed up were filled at
prices that looked all th way from 10 to
a much aa 20c lower.
On the whole the killer market Is steady
to 6c lower, but the big break In the
f rices paid for shipping hogs and the
Iglitncss of th shipping demand makes
the average show up a good deal worse
than that. Bulk of th sales was made
at 18 60.6.75. and tops landed at 18.90.
Just 25c lower than yesterday. This big
decline In th top will give some Idea of
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. At. 8h. Pr.
M IH ... Ill 44 l ... 8 74
M SOT 10 I 40 10 124 90 I TO
H tn in IM (I Ill 10 I Ts
KT m 10 I 0 61 1ST SO I 7i
41 136 ... 1 44 19 J"T let' IT
II Ill M I 45 41 ..U4 ... 1 70
4 ! M IK Tl 129 ... 114
It 171 ... I It 44 IM 44 I It
11 im 40 t w Ti an ... n
II M 90 I 44 6 I1T ... Tt
II 144 10 I 44 . 14 14 ... I 76
II 114 1 I 47 M 171 6ft i Tt
44 lit ... I 70 41 171 ... I Tl
144 U0 TO II 17 M 1 Tl
li 141 40 I Tt 4 Ill ... Tl
II Ill 60 I 10 44 ..! 114 I T6
II 149 ... 174 Tl Ml ... 160
X HI 99 I TO ' IT.' IM ... I 99 1
II 17 ... I TO mi ... I I
4 I ... I TO 41 lit SO I si
tl IK 240 I 7 II 141 44 1 94
44 Ml M
SHEEP It seemed like old times up In
th sheep barn this morning, so far as
recelpas were concerned. All told, ther
were nlnety-nve cara in light, the run
were nuieiy-iivo cars in iiriii, inn run
being th largest sine November 11,
when 120 cars reached th yards. Thi'ni': Katherlne Wlnterbottom. oonsul ,n .s
rrlvals consisted almost entirely of
lambs, th number of ewes and old sheep
on sale being very small. Th quality of
the offerings on an average was common,
and perhaps one-third ot the receipts
could hardly be graded aa other than
feeder stock. Really good killing lambs
Owing to the light run of old sheep and
ewes, prices on such stock were gener
ally steady with yesterday. Th demand
was good and desirable kinds of killers
moved freely so that th offerings
changed hands about as fast as they
could be shaped up, and mad ready for
Lamb, by reason of the number on
sale, and alao on account of lower prices
reported on the opening from Chics go,
were a little alow In getting started. The
demand on the part of packers was good
and they all had order calling for a lib
eral number of killers, but without ex
ception buyer thought that they were
entitled to soma price concessions, for
the res son that prices at this point were
too high yesterday aa compared with
markets further east. The result waa
that lamba wer weak to 10c lower, and
In some cases possibly mora than that as
compared with yesterday.
There was a splendid buying demand
for feeder lamb a usual at this point
whenever receipt ar larg tor a day or
two In succession. While the feeling waa
a little weak at the opening on account
of th lower fat lamb market, the de
mand was so good that th big bulk of
the dealrabl feeders changed hands' be
fore midday. Th price paid were gen
erally steady with yesterday and tho mar
ket a a whole In a good condition, and
from a seller s point of view In an entirely
Quotations on range sheep and lamba:
Lambs, good to choice, 4.lVij.40; lambs,
fair to good, 17.864(6. 1; lambs, feeder.
til.76f7.20; yearlings, good to choire, 16 25
ft. 60, yearlings, fair to good, 16. 0086.25;
yearlings, feeders. tu.75tn4.16; wethers,
good to choice, ta.90ifi4.16 wethers, fslr to
good. S6.S6xp5.90; wethers, feedore, 14 50
4.90; we. good to choice, S6.ao4fi.60; wea.
fair to good, Vt.lOifa.M; awes, feeders,
No. A v.
.r Wyoming lambs 63
l;it Wyoming lambs 62
172 Wyoming ewes and wathora.130
303 Wyoming lamb
inn Wyoming lambs
106 Wyoming lambs
3t6 Wyoming lambs
65 Wyoming ewes
10 Wyoming owes
241 Wyoming feeder owes.
2ti Wyoming feeder ewes
876 Wyoming fveder lamba
93 Wyoming feeder lambs
678 Wyoming feeder lambs
90 Wyoming feeder lamba
860 Wyoming feeder lamb
m Wyoming feeder lamb
919 Wyoming feeder lamb
261 Idaho lamb
267 Idaho lamb
3 native feeder iwh..
167 natlv feeder ewe
43 native feeder ewes..,
28 natlv feeder ewos...
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady to Sfcado Lower Hogra
CHICAGO, Aug. 18.-CATTLE-R-celpts.
6.000 head; market steady to a
shade lower; beeves, 17.164yiO.oO; steers,
16 3OHj.30; stockers and feeders, 15.6016 30;
rows and heifers, 13.60920; calves, Ifl.Owtf
HOGS Receipts, 14,000 head; market,
weak ; 6c lower; light, t ti6f9 16; mixed,
S4.'H10; heavy, 16 3fl8 96; rouKh.
.: ides. 16 6vf8 50; bulk, Is. 7u.i 'J 00.
SHEEP AND LAMB Race I pt s, 22.000
lead; market steady to 10c lower; sheen.
Sr..oiV'i4.00; earllngs, t6.0Oj37.00, lambs, t40
Evaporated 4 poles and Dried Frilla
NEW YORK. Aug. IS EVAPORATED
APPLE QuW I. Prunes steady. Apricot
and peaches dull snd easy. ICaisins firm.
NO FORMAL UND OPENINGS
Congressman Kinkaid Gets. Answer V Z.
to Request of Department. iv'.'v
IMPRESSION NOT BASED ON TACT ;
Western People ITjiTe Been O really .
latereoted In Serwrlogr DetU r".. .
alte Stateoient ot Attltad
of tho tioveroment. ,.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Aug. 18. (Special Tele-.
gram.) Th commissioner of the) general o'M
land office today Informed Congressmsn ,
Klnksld of the Sixth Nebraska district 4) .4 .
that no formal openings of public lands
for homestead entrv authorised by con-
gresalonal ants during this session ar
to take place, and that tho reports so
widely current In western state that
such openings are to take place have
arisen erroneously from the. circumstances
of the restorations made by executive or-'
ders tn the public domain of areas con
tained In a few forest reserves, and also la U .
restorations from withdrawals from entry ''
for Investigation as to whether th lands ,
contained mineral, coal, gas, etc.. In pay- t
Western congressmen have been re-
reiving hundreds of Inquiries on this sub- -
Ject from those wishing to secure land f '
and Judge Klnkald's Inquiry of th land r '
office waa made in order to secure a dofl- '
nit and final statement from this gov- '
eminent for th Information of settler, . .
present or prospective. 4.4
Inejnlrles A boot Travelers.
The Stste department today notified
Congressman Barton of the Fifth Ne- ""
braska district that Mr. and Mr. Whit
more of Omaha, about whose safety their t J "f
son, James Whltmore of Orsnd Island r '
has been much concerned, ar safe In I ''.
Ijucerne, Pwltsrrlsnd, and informed him
also that the United State consul ther
had been Instructed to do all necessary , . ,
tor their comfort. -'
Th department also notified Congress-'
man Loberk on the request of Randall K. . .
Brown of Omaha, that everything poeai-- 411
bio waa being don to learn th present "I if '
whereabouts of, and render aeelstanc to
Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Brown, who,
were last neara irom in uuttstein, near 'v.-;i
Vienna. . -1
Beatrice Pool master. ? ' 1
Th nomination of J. R. McCann tan
b postmaster at Beatrice, Neb., waa"'
sent to th senate today, and th fol-
lowing postmasters wer nominated In
South Dakota: B. H. White, at Castle v-
wood; Martin M. Judge, at WebsUr. ' ' "
The two Lobeck special bills which re-'
cently passed both houses, granting pen-
alona ot 113 a month each, with $2 a month ,!
additional for their children of each to
Mrs. Katharine Hempen and Mr. Ann'?
Iefevre, both of Omaha and bcth widows
of Spanish war soldiers, .wa lg-tid by
th president today.
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Quintan and Mis
Watt of Omaha ar In Washington and
visited at th carltol today.
Americans Who Are '?!b
in European Cities 21
WASHINGTON. Aug. lH.-Of American il'
whose home addresses ar not reported, "
the ar located a follows:
In Vienna: Enill Popper. Haus. Tlroler.
Karlsbad. Carrahan, O. Hassensall, Ber
At The Hague: Henry Rittenberg and
family, G. A. Hipke. Ituer family, Otto '' -
Loeb. Ludwlg Dry fuss, Logans, May '"'
Wardrop. Ethel Watklns. Helen and Dor. T
othy Jones. Catherine Pain. Bartholoma :"'-.
f.mllu t J 1 1 1 . 1 .1. 111 ,1
Nabb. Mrs. Walsh.
......if, iinIniiiiiiii,r u.uktivia, miee pur i i
At nrusseie: Miss Ttiomaa, Mrs. per-
rin. Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Retlly; left
At Copenhagen: Judge Bushong. Ladt".-
Mnr& II I. 1. ..Ill . 1.,, f i . I . W ...
--.i .wiia .vi v. wmvu, ,-;t
1 Marian Brlggs, and party, lett fur Hoi-
auvisrs en route: mrs. james vy inaiow, -
probably In Franc. 1 "
At Paris: Alice Williams, on board
At Cardiff: Lorln Andrew. . iw"
At Ixiuvatn: Rev. Mr. Drynes.
At Carlsbad: Alexsnder Revelle and
wife, left for Nuremburg; Mr. and Mr.
I.evlson, Iopold Worser, Mr. Glasgow, ISP
Mrs. Voolenssx; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. 7
Jackson, left, destination unknown. I.w 1
At Bremen: Mrs. Arthur Adler.
At Southampton: Lux, Eastbourne. -oi.-i:
At Venice: Ado! H. Hammond. wtf
At Genoa: Elisabeth Stelnen and party, i'.;
left for New York. r,nii ,
At Plymouth: Cecilia Greenstone, M im ' 1
Whlttemore, probably In London. ,-.
At Ghent: Josephine Kryl, O. H. Pr-
At Lucerne: Mr. and Mr. Springer.
At Dresden: Samuel King. .:;,;
At Zurich: Herhurn. ni ;' .
' .u h.
agror Itttsirr la Collision. iVm.
NEW YORK. Aug. 11-Th steamer iJ.T'l
Westland, laden with sugar from Antllta, n
Cuba, for New York, was In collision to- , ,.
day with the ateamer Manna Hat a, carry- , )
Ing freight and a few passengers fron , -
New York to Baltimore, near Northeast,
End lightship, near Cap May. N. J., ' ,r '
according to Information received her hyil
the Marine exchange. The ateamer Porto j'f
Rico waa aald to be standing; by. , i jil.
Bis Irsltttort Est Ks Cexpititsrt.
Sat, Speedy and rottttr Our fog
Oark, SiUst tosea, Osseed BmH.
uaUss TsaaUaa, t saasse. Vfiad
stfi, sag ail limians trcs Spans,
&iaf kens asd tksr beay taiasra.
Claras all skla 4UMasat r raratlt,
tknik, Ilisktksrla. Bsmtes aU
kaseks (rest lUrasss OalUs,
Wsrrmh4d te n
w kotiie. 4oUl by trvtruu. ee Mat b x
ares. th Tli. with full oueeusei tor
lie . I rial far OMHslMIre slnakMa,
Is Lsartaco-Wlltlaat C. CIvIasd,
a ... . .. ... t tj
Will reduce InfUumed, Strained 1:3 ''
Swollen Tendon, Ligament; '-Htl-Muaclea
or Bruioo. btopi th . . .
lamenes and pain from fe Splint, '
Side Bone or Bone Spavin. No n I
blifter, no hair gone. Hon can b ...
used. 2 abottl delivered. Deecrib
your ca for. ipcil inttructiont .'..i, -
and Book 2 K Free. -ABSQR6INE.
nunkiud. KcJucei Strained, Torn Ll-a- '",'
maota. Enlarged Clanoe, Veins er Muscle. " ' '
Heals Cuu, &orca, flcars. Allays palu. rnc A
'. I l bonU M tcslan of 4rtlerW. Mk "9Wcar( feja.
N. f. TOUKO. f. 8. F, 104 iMsp-) ttort, tfim4, bMU.
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