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THE HKK: OMAHA, MONDAY, A I T( IT ST J4. 1914.
Stores inn nrflcea.
FOR RENT An offlr with reoeptloa
room, reasonable t!4 Slate Hank llldg
For business reeding
Only small Investment.
Will help you start.
Inquire of Superintendent.
Th Bn Bulldln- Co.
Store and Offices.
F1n cool room with vault, elac. light
and wiWr free; 14x77 ft. partition, d
for 2 private rooma and reception room.
Opens directly on beautiful court &1
floor. Apply room 103, Be Hldg.
GOOD barn, room for t or 10 horse
1917 Webster St. Call Douglas U
FARM A RANCH LA.VUS FOR SALE
HOMESEEKER. attention. AVrlto for
list. Description of country, what we
grow, climate, soil, valuable Information
free. Fina tanning and stock country.
James Russell, Edna. Kan.
FOR SALE 260 acrea 4d mllea from Min
neapolis, ono mile from town; 1CU acres
undsr cultivutlo, bal. usea for paatore;
can practically all be cultivated; heay
nil; good set of buildings, consisting of
8-roo a house, large barn, granary, corn
cribs, etc.; the land will produce tio bush
els of corn per acre; telephone In house;
country thickly eettled; complete set of
machinery; 27 head of stock, consisting of
U cows, balance 1 and 2 years old; 6 good
horses, 25 hogs, chickens; V of this year's
crop and everything on the farm goes at
lf0 per acre; half cash. Schwab Bros,
10-t Plymouth Bltlg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
FOR SALK -By owner, 252 acres wild
land, with buildings and some broke,
in northern Minnesota, running water
on place; will make fine stock farm. Ad
dress Wm. C. I'ennlnian, Hitlmun, Minn.
NO FAILURES In Pine county, Mlnne
sota; close to best markets; choice
lands, easily cleared, $20 per acre; easy
terms. Hunt-Johnson, Hinckley, Minn.
ALFALFA, Clover and Corn land In the
James River valley. North Dakota. Buy
before land goes higher. Come and see
us. We maka a specialty of getting buyer
and seller together. H. .T. Johnson Land
and Cattle Co., Oakea, N. D.
FOUND 820-acre tiomestead In settled
neighborhood; fine farm land; not sand
hills; cost you $200 filing fees and alL J.
A. Tracey. Kimball. Neb.
NO DROUGHTS FULL
CROP EVERY YEAR
No. 517 One of the smoothest, choicest
Irrigated farms in the whole North
Platte valley; there la a nice, com
fortable 6-room home, with porches
and good cellar; the barn la well
built, room for 10 head of stock;
the house, barn and other outbuild
ings are nicely painted; the farm la
well fenced; this year's crops are
80 acres of corn, 15 acres of oata
and all the balance la In a splendid
stand of alfalfa.
This fine farm Is In a good
neighborhood and only S miles to
Owner Is a ranchman and has
more land than he can handle.
Price, $110 per acre, on easy terms.
No. 513 A very sightly 80 acres. Very
smooth and easy to Irrigate. It has
just been broken and Is In fine
shape for fall wheat or for oata
and ulfalfa next spring; 6 miles
from town in well settled neigh
borhood; a snap at 966 per acre.
Write for "Land Owner." It tells all
about, the country.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Ware Block, Omaha.
CHEYENNE county. Nebraska lands, for
aale and exchange. Write for free
booklet. Chris Hickey & Co., Fairbury,
Neb., or H. C. Casselman, Lodge Pole,
Cheyenne county. Nebraska.
Best dairy and general crop state In the
union; settlers wanted; lands for sale at
low prices, on easy terms. Ask for book,
let 34 on Wisconsin Central Land Grant
State acres wanted. Write about our
erasing lands. If Interested In fruit
lands, ask for booklet on Apple Orchards
In Wisconsin. Address Land Dept. Son
Line Ry., Minneapolis. Minn.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LISTEN TO THIS
We have a buver with $150 cash who
wants a 6 or 6-room cottage east of 20th,
south of Leavenworth. Has a good posi
tion and can pay $20 per month payments.
The Vogel Realty Agency
1015-16 W. O. W. Bldg.
RRAL estate loans
WANTED City loans Peters Trust CO.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
101$ Omaha Nat. Douglas ITU.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loan.
H. W Binder. City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
OARVTT BROS Lo". nd up.
UAliV-. Omalu Nt. HanK.
0 I10-3U Brandeia Theater Bldg.
WANTED City loans and warranta
W. Farnam Smith aV Co.. 1320 Farnara.
HARR13CN A MORTON. ltt Om Nat.
CITY property. Large iohoi a specialty.
W. H. Thomas. 2'J.it State Bank Hldg.
$J00 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Weed. Wead B'dg.. 18th and Farnam.
CITY and farm loans, 6,5!, 6 per cent.
J.H.Dumont & Co., 1603 Farnam, Omaha.
BEE us first If you want farm loan.
United States Trust Co., Onaaha. Neb.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
IX) R BALE 10-room house, attic and
full basement; all modern; not water
heat; automobile garage and drive, large
lot. Inquire owner, &10 Webster.
C-ROOM house, all modern; full lot, east
front, second lot from corner, 3132 N.
!3d; block to car; easy terms; call owner,
NEW, modern bungalow, oh paved street.
4iu n, m h.
Owner Must Sell
Seven-room strictly modern, two-story
dwelling, having reception hall with '
window seat: living room with built-in
bcokcases. dining room with built-in
buffet, burlap walls, panel strips and
rlate rail. These rooms all finished in
oak, dandy pantry, large kitchen and
entry way. Upstair has three nice bed
rooms (one In white enamel), elegant
sleeping porch, nice bath room with tiled
floor and walla, also built-in linen closet.
Iest grade of plumbing fixtures, oak
floors throughout entire house; full
cemented baaament under enure house
with rrullt-in fruit cellar and coal bins,
floor drain; guaranteed Fox furnace. This
house built for a home, by dav labor,
Meld club district, an elegant location.
Owner will sell for small iyment down,
balance like rent.
JTor further Information see
Scott & Hill Co.
Ioug. 1CMM. 30.-7-K MoCartJe rildg
14. Sort FOR quick rash sale. Income prop
erty, 12 per cent. Call owner, Harnty
4,600. ALL modern. 8 rooma, ah-eping
porch and sun room, finest neighbor
hood. Deal direct and save. Come out
and see how reaaonabie the price and
-. tp aaifi I kuAum hit
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
WEST FAlvNAM BARGAIN.
At 116 So. 3ah St. This home ia very
beautiful, or. raved troot; larc shade
trees; strictly modern house i rooms,
Itloi k to car line; small payment din,
balance monthly payments 6 per cent
interest This house must be scon to be
appreciated. Call Harney .. for further
information or (nil at ahov nildrenit.
ARE you looking for n nice. new, niodrrn
home, 7 rooms, corner lot, walking tils,
tanet? I will sell mine for $.11'. Silt 8.
2Mh St. Red WIS.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
517 So. 25th Ave.
Six Large Rooms.
WEST FARNAM BARGAIN
At 116 So. 36th St. TMs home Is very
beautiful, on paved street; largo shade
trees; strictly modern house, 9 rooms;
Block to car line; small payment down,
balance monthly payments 8 per cent
interest. Thin holme must be seen to be
appreciated. Call Harney 30W for further
information or call at above address
R. H. LAN DERToTj "reafTsTa te, insur
anee; moved to 2H1 Neville. l. 3tlo.
t-ROOli house, rents for tlS.ov, must be
sold at once; fao will hamile it H. 471L
"LET 'EH obALTAalikRr
Going to Spring Something!
WATCH STWllAYK REM. estate
COLUMNS FOR ARTHUR MAKOWITZ.
ABSTRACTS OK TITI.R.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract ro.,
a modern abstract office. 305 So. 17tn
St. Thonc Douglas M37.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska. 206 Branriela Theater.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
Pianos for other musical Instructs. i- :!0I7
100 ACRES, all Improved, in Park county,
Wyoming; 140 acres In crops. Call house,
K.' N. i: It hi St., South Omaha. Phone
RAILWAY TIME CARD
UMON STATION Tenth & Mason.
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. .all .15 pm
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K. C. A S. t Exprem
K. t". St. 1.. Expn
K. C. St. Paul
( hlcago lirent
Tin (Mtv Limited a 8 pm a 8 SO am
Twin City Kxpreaa
I n Ion l'aclfle
Ov.rland Limited .
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Omaha Kxpraa a 6:30 pm
Atlanta Kipreaa a :60 am
la Angelea Limited tl:68 am a:40pm
IXinTfr Hpwlal 7:86 am a 2:80 am
Colorado Kxpreat, 4:20 pm a 4 00 pm
Colorado Bpoclal all. 01 am a J:00 am
San Frani laco Limited io:30 am
Haclflo Limited all 80 am 7:8fpm
Oregon-Waahlagtan Limit.. .alO SO am a 8:15 pm
North Piatt. lcal a 8:15 am a 4:16 pm
Clrand Inland Local a 6:80 pm al0 30 am
Btromaburg Local bl2:41pm b 1:20 pm
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Chlcaaro, Milwaukee A
raclflo Limited a 7:50 pm
Cbloaso Special a 5 60 pm
Ban iVanclaca Limited alii 54 am
Chicago Daylight Special a 7:10 am
Manila Local a 5 00 pm
Omaha-St. Lou I a Sxpreas a 8:80 pm
Mail and Kxpreea a 7:08 am
Bunberry Local Irora C B.-b 6:00 pm
Chicago St JVortb w ea t er n
Twin City Bipreas a 7:4! am
Dakota Paaseiignr b 7:46 am
Sioux City Looal a 8:25 pm
Mlnneapolia Bxpreaa a 0:45 pm
Dakota Eipreaa a 8:46 pm
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Twin City Limited a 9:05 pm a 7.31 am
DenTar 8peclal a 2 48 am
Carroll Local a 7:00 am
Hawkey Express a 7:40 am
Chicago I coal al2 SO pm
Carroll Local ..a 4:30 pm
Chicago Special a 8:00 pm
dan Francisco Limited a 8:66 am
Overland Limited a :d0 pm
Oregon-Waahlnirton Limited, .a 8:82 pm
Los Angeles Limited a 9:at pm
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all 40 am
Lincoln-Long Pine .
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Chicago, Rock Island fc I'aclflc
Rocky Mountain Limited all:SS am
Chicago Local Passenger ,...bl0:00 am
Chicago Day Kxpresa a 6:30 am
Chicago Night Bxpreae a 4:10 pm
Dca Molaes Local Paaaenger.a 4:27 pm
Chicago Nebraaka Limited. .a 6:08 pm
M0 68 pm
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all 36 am
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Chi. -Neb. Llm. to Lincoln. ...a 8:46 am a 5:47 pm
Colorado c California Kip. .a 1 40 pm a 4 00 pm
Oiiaboma & Texaa Express... a 4:00 pm all 80 am
Hocky Mountain Limited all 17 pm al2 27 am
BI RH.1GTON STATION .Tenth and
Denver and California ...
Puget Round Expreaa
Chicago Kaet. Eipreaa ....
ft. U ft K. C. Special.
K. C & Si. Joseph
K. C St. Joneph
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WEBSTER STREET STATION Flf.
teenth and Webster.
Falls City Passenger b 3 30 pm bio 60 am
Local Freight b 9:40 am b 4 30 pm
(hirago, St. I'aal, Minneapolis Jt
Twin City Paeeenger b 8 36 am b 3 is pm
gloux City Eipreaa b 2 26 pm bll 66 em
Stoui City Paa&cnger o 8 25 am
Emerson Local b 8:00 pm b 9 10 am
Good Goods Tell
Their Own Story
Reader of The Bern
have exeluiive New
York World Spe
cial war new cable
eervice in addition
to the fall report of
Bay The Bee Every Time
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Bull News Plentiful in Wheat Tit
CORN IS KEPT STIRRED UP
lCtpurt Iminirle Keep Ip Strength
of Arllotv t ercel and tavsare
Its Reattna; Spots Co
elderably. OMAHA. Aug. 12. 1914.
News of a bullish character waa plenti
ful in the wheat ijiarkct yesterday. News
was of a kind to receive attention, and It
wss the lending Influence of tl-.e day, an
the Items on the bear aide were brushed
away like so much chaff. Recount, In
an estimate of tho w licat crop of the
lBkotas and Minnesota, lowered the
yield to lHi.tmn.OiiU bushels, compared with
17!.000,in hUHhelH laat year.
Offielala of the Cnnadlan Pacific esti
mate the northwestern Canada crop at
U0.iMH) bushels, or 4f..000.titit bushels less
than lust year. These figures were con
sidered as near the fact and wheat was
bought on them.
There were many complications In the
market that were looked upon aa quite
bullish, one of which was an extraordinary
flour trade with the output of the nulls.
There were net gains In wheat yester- (
day of 2'mo-'c and advances were fairly i
well held, although there was consider
able wheal sold late, In the way of profit !
taking. The feature of the market waa j
the buying of September by a large ex-
vimciii, v iiu autu j-'vcciuurr iu nw
Reporta of export Inquiries at the sea
board kept the corn trade stirred up yes
terday and had much to do with the
display of strength. Heating spots were
V lc higher th.m Thiitsuav n mi ll tm
ures. Tho bulge In wheat helped corn
values in the lattor part of the session
yesterday, hh there was a tendency
among holders to unload part of their
grain In view of the limited demand for
cash corn here and Illienil rountry of
ferings. Cash corn held ateady in apita
of the advance In futures and aalea here
were only SA.WO bu. the smallest in some
Kxport sales of oats from hero were
very heavy yeeterday. the total being re
ported as high aa Tini.ixiu bushels. In ad
dition thore were lSO.tKW buaheln caah oats
suld here for domestic account and tin:
seaboard Is reported to have disposed of
futures and the market acored a aharp
advance. One of the local crop experts
Issued a very bullish report on tills year's
oats crop, and estimated the yield to be
the lightest lit years In portions of the
states of large.it production.
Lard again atood out prominently In the
provision market, closing with fair ad
vancea, while pork and riba were easier.
Wheat was 2c higher.
Corn was c higher to Vic lower.
Oata were lc higher,
Clearances of wheat and flour ware
equal to 1,622,(X0 bushels; corn, 4,000 bush
e!e; oatB, 10.000 bushels.
Wheat at Liverpool closed 1V40 higher;
corn, ic higher.
Primary wheat receipts were 1.3SR.000
bushels and ahlpments 797,0(10 bushels,
agulnat receipts of 8.6.0IW bushels and
shipments of K22,0iK) bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts wero 1,-5,000
bushels and shipments 32.S.OHO bushels,
against recelpta of 4U,0ot bushels and
shipments of 28H.00,) buahcla last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1,236,0X1
bushels and shipments A23,000 bushels,
against receipla of l.lHfj.OOO hutdicla and
shipments of 46,000 bushels last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oata. Ilye.
Bt. Inuis ...
Omaha Caah Prices Wheat: No. 2
hard, 4',4(o97c; No. 3 hard, 9m&9ic; No.
4 hard, 91V4fi92V4c; No. 2 spring, 92"4igi
924o nominal; No. S spring. VlhiWl'io
nominal; No. 4 spring, 90in(9IVc, nominal.
No. 2 durum, auVaSlHc nominal; No. 3
durum, 79ijW4c nominal. Corn: No. 2
white, 77VaT8c; No. S white, 77(277Vxc:
No. 4 white, 7Mr'ff7iic; No. 2 yellow.
77V478c; No. S yellow, 77H'q778c: No. 4
yellow, TrraT7V4c; No. 2 mixed, 7VMr7M;c ;
No. 3 mixed, 7ft37S4c; No. 4 mixed, 74V4
(u16v. Oats: No. 2 white, 41V(i-t2c nomi
nal; standard. 41Ht&'4H.c; No. 3 white, 41
Splice; No. 4 white. Wdic. Barley:
Malting, Bfrrttiic; No. 1 feed. 4iK&'50e. Rye:
No. 2, 77(a7lc; No. I, 7a'77Hc.
These sales were reported today Wheat:
No. 2 hard winter, 1 car (dark), 97c; 2
cars, 94l4c No. 3 hard winter. 2 cars,
94c; 4 cars, 3tye; 1 car, 93c; 2 cars, 92V4c.
No. 4 hard winter, 1 car. 8)iV4c. Rejected,
1 car, 8Vc. No. S durum,- 1 car, 91c,
Rye: No. 2, 9-5 car, 77c. No. 3, 1 car,
77c. Oats: No. 2 white, standard, 1 ear,
41c. No. 3 white, 1 cars. 4Hc; I can,
41c. No. 4 white, 3 cars, 41c; 1 car, 4u-vc;
1 car, 40Mru- No grade, 1 car .(white),
40V4cVi 8 cars, VSAc. Corn: No. 1 white,
4 cars, "Sc. No. 2 white, 1 car, 78c. No.
3 white. 2 cars, 7714c No. b white, 3-6
car, 7tiHc. No. 1 yellow, 5 cars, 78c; 2
cars, 774c No. I yellow, 1 car, 78c; 3
cars, 77V4c. No. 3 yellow, 4 cars, 78c; 7
cars, 77',jc. No. 6 yellow, 1 car, TiVtc; 1
car, 77c. No. 6 yellow, 1 car, 77e. No. 1
mixed, 3 cars, 76',4 No. 2 mixed, 4
cars, 7tHe. No. 3 mixed, 1 car, 7tic. No.
b mixed, 1 car (mostly white), 76V4c; 1
car, "tic; 2 cars, 7fMic; 1 car, 71'Sc. No. 8
mixed, 1 car, 76 Vic
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of tbe Trndlna; and Closing;
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Aug. 22. There waa another
war time flurry, led by wheat, on the
board of trade today, and advances were
scored all along the line. The advance In
wheat was violent and the close was at
the top 2!i to 3c over yesterday. Corn
advanced V4 to lVc; oata, to lV.c, and
provisions to 16c,
Wheat opened steady, bulged sharply,
reacted a bit and then moved to the beat
prices early in the war when the market
was awinglng over a range of 6 and 6c
a day. The Influences were the govern
mental and financial arrangements made
or In tho malting, looking to the expor
tation of American foodstuffa, notably
the government insurance plan.
A statement that certain of the warring
nations would have to Import In the
neighborhood of SOO.OOO.OtX) bushels of
cereals wa another factor. There waa no
great demand, but what there waa found
sellers chary. Caah wheat waa even
scarcer, with an active demand from
Favorable weather conditions prevented
corn from getting the full Influence of
the wheat market, but that factor sent
prices up for a net gain of half a cent In
September to 1V4 In May. Volume of
business waa small.
Oats were strong all day on the de
mand frcm exporters. Half a million
bushela were reported bought here for
the foreign account.
A demand for lard strengthened pro
visions. Chicago future prices:
Article! Open. I High. Low, Close. Yes'y.
I 1 024if
Sept. IWVfl 74
Sept. 44Vfri I
Pf-pt.l 22 45 i
Jan.. 21 60
22 50 I
1 04 1 021 1 04 I
HI 1 08V 1 101
wj 79H 79
71 70. 1 7i
72 71 72
45 V 44 45HI
47 47' 47,
60- 49, 60
22 40 I 22 50
21 60 21 66
10 07V4 10 WH
10 20 10 32',
10 66 10 67
12 70 I 12 72
12 2R 12 27
11 26 11 32
Mlneapolls Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 22 -WHEAT
September, 91. 0b; No. 1 hard. 91.14: No. 1
northern. 9108'tfL13; No. t northern.
WHEAT Advanced 9c today, but later
FLoi'R 15c higher.
CORN No. 3 yellow, T7eTUc.
OATS No. S white. 42ijj43c-
F1.AX 91 Wil .
NEW YORK. Aug 22.-CCFFEE
Owing to report of frost In Sato Paulo
the local colfee inarhet was flnn and
Sept. 12 77,
Oct.. 12 25
Jan.. U 30
the bids before ;he xoluntaiy committee
were shMhtlv h'K'ier t'or lie int.. posi
tions. lecembT selling at lis-, w hile
September wits i!.7.V. bid. with no offers
Spot coffee was stcadv iind uf.chanaed
n '.'kc lor Rio No Htid t-';,'' tvr Santos
SRW YORK I.KNKIIII, M IIHI'.T
(taotatlnna of the Ditr on Carinas
I 'omninrl 1 1 les.
NEW YORK, Aug. Si -KI.OVR-Market
firmer: apnng patents, ffr.h'tn 4t; winter
sttaights, 14 !M4'; winter patent. 14 0if
4 tin. sprint.- clears. 1?in4M; extra No. 1
w inter, n.7.v,j t.ni; extra No. 3 winter, la.tO
WHEAT- Spot market strong; No 2
ted. $1 (V, elevator, domestic; new No.
2 hard, 91 !:,. e. I. f . New York; new,
No. 1 northern. iMilutu, 91 14't. and
No. 1 Northern. Manitoba. II. In. c. I. f ,
Rtiffalo, all nominal. Futures without
trausnctiona; September, lit1; l'ecem
ber. II to',
CtiltN'-Spot eflsy: No. 2 yellow, Vv,
c. I. f.. to arrive; Argentine, 's;4f9.1c, aa to
OATS- Spot, firm: standard white
MUviiif.lc; No. S, tuMfHi'vc, fancy clipped
HOPS -iju'et ; state, common t. choice.
19K'. l.v'ultic; Pacific roaat, UH.1, KJflSc; 1P1"
i;V(j I tic.
LEATHER-Firm; hemlock firsts, aiirf
.Tfic; seconds, StV(i.tlc.
HAY steady; shipping. ICiiOtic; No. 1,
fi ami.-A; No. 8, f Lltny l.2T, new. No. 3,
PROVIFIONS-Pcrk. firm; mess, 92475
?t2f.2r; family, JT.tas(iys t; short cleat s
I'.'.t.tHVirZfi .00. Ueef. unsettloil; mess, il tk(i
$L'4(i0; family. I'.Htm.u.to.oo: all nominal.
I.ard. firm; middle west. 91" ei'n lo ,M. re
fined, firm; continent, 11 tXt; South
America. 911. (T: compound, firm. 9s.:ii'iyli
TAl.T.OW Firm; city r,r, nominal;
Country, RHjvjc; special. v.
OM A 11 .i:m.ral market.
MATTER No. 1. Mb., cartons, ,10c
1, no-tn. tubs. 300.
CHEESE Imported Swiss, 4iV: Ameri
can Swiss, 2iic; block Swlsx, "2c; twins,
17Vio; daisies, ISc; triplets. 18c; Young
Anierlcus. li'c; blue label brick. 18c; lim
btirger, 2-lb., ISc; 1-lb.. 2dc: New York
white, life; Imported French Ruquefort,
FISH-Trout 17e; large crapples, ltf
16c; salmon. IL'ulBc; halibut, :i ; channel
catfish, lBc; pike, 17c; pickerel. lc.
Poiri.TR Y ltrollers, Aic; honn. 12o:
cocks, 8c; ducks, 8c; geese. V: turkeys,
)6c; plegons, per dor.cn. Ilc; ducks, full
feathered, 8c; geese, full feathered, Sc;
quail, No. 1, $1.50; No. 2, 50u.
HOtvS Receipts, ,13,'HtO head; market,
dull; bulk, v 2i478 tlfi; lluht. $S.4tku8 90;
mixed. $s lOJfS.U0; heavv, JS.OtS.70; rough
$8.(HiiH 10; pigs. $7.2f(8.W.
BEEF CCTS-No 1 ribs, 20c;
18V: No. 3, 1c; No. 1 chuck. 18c
12V; No.-3, llc; No. 1 loin, 22c
lf-c; No. S. 14c: No. 1 tilatea. 9c
!; No. 3 piSe: No. 1 round. ItiUjc: No,
8c; No. 3, 7i!.
Pricea furnished by the Olllnsky Fruit
NUTS Suited peanuts, 9150 per case;
No. 1 California .walnuts. lSc ier U. ;
pecans. 12c er lb.; filberts, 15c ptr lb.;
aluioiKls. 20: per lb.
M ISC ELLA NEOl'S Sugar walnut dates,
91. 21 per box; limes, $1.76 per basket;
cmckertack, 93.50 per case; crarkerjack,
per half case, 917; checkers. :i .50 per
case; checkers, per half case, 1.76.
VEGETABLES Cauliflower: P-enver.
per lb., 12c; cabbage, 2c per lb.;
onions, 2c per lb.; peppers. f0c per baa
ket; fancy tomatoea, tf.K er basket; cu
cumbers, hut-house, 2-doz. basket, 76c;
new beets, carrots and turnips, 26c per
doz. ; celery, Michigan, 860 per dos. ;
celery, Ienver, large Jumbo, 91 per dog.:
head lettuce, 6O0 to $1.;0 per (log.; leaf
lettuce, 40c per doz.; onions, homo grown,
16c per doz.; radishes, 60o per dos.; garlic,
Italian, 20e per lb.; horse radish, 91.6
per case; shelled popcorn, 4c per lb.; as
paragus, home grown, per dot., market
price about 30c per dos.; potatoes, new,
7Du per bu.
Corn aud Wheat Region Bulletin,
Corn and wheat region bulletin of the
United States Department of Agriculture,
weather bureau, at Omaha, for the twenty-four
houra ending at 8 a. m., 7th
meridian time, Saturday, AugUHt 22:
-Temp. Ha In
flation. High. Low. fall.
Ashland 93 72 .t
Auburn 93 70 .00
Broken Bow ..84 .00
Columbus 89 t3 .00
Culberteon .... 80 64 .00
Fairbury 80 69 .00
Fairmont Sti r .00
Grand Island... 80 7? .00
Hartlngton .... 93 62 .00
Hastings 84 06 . 00
Holdrege 86 Of! .00
Lincoln 90 74 .00
North Platte .. 8 W .00
Oakdale 8ti ! .
Omaha 91 70 .00
Tekamah 92 68 .00
Valentine 84 04 .10
Alta. la Hil fit .00
Carroll, la 8S 4 .Oil
Clarinda 89 71 .01
Sihley. la 80 (14 .Of.
Sioux City, la.. 88 74 .00
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
No. of - Temp.
District. Stations. High. Low.
Columbus, 0 18 82 M
Louisville, Ky... 22 88 (it
Indla'polia, Ind., U 8t; t;2
Chicago, 111 24 XI f;0
Bt. Louis, Mo.... 23 92 S
Des Moines, la.. 24 88 Mi
Minneapolis 62 84 68
Kan. City, Mo.. 34 94 70
Omaha, Neb 17 88 I8
Temperatures are somewhat higher in
the northern and western districts of the
corn and wheat region. Showers occurred
In the wesern and extreme eastern dis
tricts. I.. A. WKUSH,
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
Clearing: House Bank Statement.
NEW YORi:. Aug. 22.-The etatement
of the average condition of the clearing
banks and trust companies for the week
shows that the cash reserve decreased
6.i72,8r, leaving a deficit of $42,719,900 be
low the legal requirements.
The statement fulluwa:
iLcgal tender ....
J 4. 622,000
Ief. cah reserve.. 42,719,900
Banks' cash reserve In vault...
Truttt companies' cash reserve.
Aggregate cash reserve $187,694,000
Trust companies reserve with clearing
house members carrying 26 per cent cash
nummary of state banks and trust com
panies in Greater New York, not in
cluded in clearing house statement:
Ioana and Invst. . .9 41.M9.lou 11,4x1, wxi
Currency and bknts. 11,h3,6ii0 61,000
Total deposits ')4,1I6, jo) t,Pii,4o0
Oils and Hosln.
NEW YORK, Aug. 22. TURPENTINE
SAVANNAH. Ga , Aug. 22 TLRPEN
TINE Nominal, 4.ric; no aales; receipts,
384 bbls ; shipments, 68 tilde ; stocks, 28,611
ROSIN Nominal; no sales; receipts. 1.0C5
bbls.; shipments, 71,3 bbls.; stocks, 119.22i
bbls. Quotations: A and B, 930, C and
r. $3.52; E. F, G, 11 and I. 91. .v.; K. 94.16
M, 9100; N, $6 30; WO, $6.25: WW,
Rloax City Live Stock Market.
SIOI.X CITY', la., Aug. 22. CA TT LE -
Receipts. WK head; no market.
HOGri-Receipts, 4,000 head; market M$
10c higher; heavy. $.8tfr9 00; mixed. $8.76t(
1 xo; light, i.;w.a; bulk. i(xi 80.
LAMBS Receipts, 100
head, no market.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. Aug. 22,-Cotton goods
quiet; print cloths easy. Fine goods
steady. linens firm. Burlaps firm.
Knit goods firmer. Men's wear for fall
Inactive but pricea steady.
Destroyed by Fire
Fire of unknown origin broke out in
the grocery store of M. Llppert at Twenty-sixth
and Leavenworth streets, early
this morning and destroyed the entire
stock and materially Injured the two-story
frame building In which the store Is
OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Weak to Twenty-Five Cents
Lower for the Week.
HOGS FIFTEEN OFF FOR WEEK
Ka heep Stead All Meek and Vmi
Lamb Fifteen to Qaarter l.o-rer
Than l.nst eek Feeder
Otrndy to Ten 4ff.
OMAII , Aug., 22, 1914
Official Tuesday ...
Cattle. Hois. Btirep.
.. 8.1.;; 4.Ti S4.;M3
Six days this week. .IS.l.-O 4", 801 88,343
Same days last week.. 11. 284 M.310 6S,V!t
Same days i wka ago,.IO.Ml 11,364 64,3:'.".
Same days 8 wks ago..ll.WH tt.lofi ,tV.i;2
Same days 4 wks ago. .11.391 4,M7 W.4:
aine days last 1 year. .1H.H.J ;tti.4J2 72.X9
The following table snns the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date as compared with lost year:
1914. 1913 Inc. Dee
Cattle 483.031 Ril.Si'4 38.3S3
Hogs 1.K49.O09 l.K,t.' 249 86,240
Sheep 1.47H.69S 1,293.2a 18.1, It
The following table shows the prices
for hega at the South Omaha live stock
market for the last few days, with com
11918. I19IS. 11911 qjlO
9 19 7 )
8 lj 7 61
I 9 181 7 -V 7 2;l 7 79l 7 49
90i I 7 9 7 2,1. T Ml 7 41 8 40
I 02l 3 191 17 91 7 BUll 7 34 $ (4)
8 79 7 Sail 8 04 7 Hi 7 91., 7 6 41
8 sV 7 k"i S 01 1 8 06 ; 7 4;: tl 22
1 I V 04'v
16. 1 8 94
:n: k i h 7 101
I 7 49
7 73) 8 12 , 7 09
7 77 1 8 14 7 17
I 8 081 7 17
7 75 7 1 T t
7 77 8 mi 7 191
7 sti I 8 09
7 no; 11 041 7 r?
8 0.t 8 04' 7 261
8 Itil 1
I 6 30
8 24, 7 4i
8 30 7 7 0 41
8 24 1. 7 72; 6 41
8 23 1 7 64, 31
8 371 7 63 8 .1,
I 7 49 (I X
8 M I 32
Receipts and disposition of live etock
at the I'nlon Stock Yards. South Omaha.
Neb., for twenlv-four hours en. Una at 8
o'clock p. m , yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Horses.
(. M A
Missouri Pacific i
C. A N.-W.. east
C. a N.-W.. west 1
C, St. P., M. A O
C, H. & Q . east
C, H. A Q , west
C. R. 1. A P.. east
C R. I. &v P., west
Total receipts 9
Morris A Co
Swift and Cotnpi
t udahy Packing
Armour & Co
Schwarti & Co....
Com. State Serum
CATTLE-There were no cattle here
today, at leaat none of any Importance.
Fop the week receipts have been larger
than for any recent week, but smaller
than fur the corresponding week last
year by almost 2,000 head.
Not because of large receipts, but
largely by reaaun of u reduced consum
ing demand Incidental to agitation
against high priced beef, prices on all
kinds of cattle have had a downward
tendency this week. The choicest corn
fed beeves potslbly have shown little
change because of their scarcity, but the
medium grades of cornfeds are around
KiOt'&c lower than last week! close,
while range steers show about the same
Cows and helfera are fully 26a lower
than lust week, the trade toward the
Inst two or three days Having been very
Dry pastures have reduced the demand
for stock cattle and the trade In that
department showed more or less weak
ness, especially during the last few
days. Cattle of that description are
fully 26c lower and In some cases Inos-
slhly mure than that. Good feeders are i
around 15y2fo lower. I
Quotatlous on cattle: Good to choice
oornfed beeves, $9.6010.10; fair to good !
cornfed beeves, $8.7ikJi.60; common to
fair cornfed beeves, 97.76iff8.76: apod to
choice range steers, 98.26'( 00; lair to
good rango steers, $tt.76m'7.60; aood to '.
choice grass heifers, $06O(t7.76; good to
choice grass rows, $ti.26(ij 7.26; fair to
good griides, $6.60u.26: common to fair i
grades. $3.5oti6.60; good to choice stock- '
era and feeders, $7.7I48.90, fair to good
Blockers and feeders, fl .Wifl .lb; common
to fair stockers and feeders, 9254y7.0U;
stock cows and heifers, $6.2fvt7.35; stock
calves, $'1.&0"08.50; veal calves, $7.0Oy
10.26; bulla, stags, etc., $1.74(7.00.
No- Ar. l'r. No. At. Pt.
I DUO 4 W 1 100 t 3
1 1120 4 9 760 f 00
2 7S6 6 IS 1 U70 il
1 0 00 1..., 1040 I 60
2 40 &
HOGS A very fair Saturday showed up,
something like 110 cars or 7,000 head being
reported In. For the week receipts
amounted to 40,8ol, being over 7,000 larger
than a week ago, and a little more than
4,000 heavier than for the same week last
year. This la the first time for several
weeks that receipts have shown a gain
The market opened dull again today,
eurly bids being In must cases 'ully a
dime lower than Friday. Hhlppers bought
several loads that were quoted anywhere
from steady In a few Instances to as much
as a dime lower. The killer trade was
very slow throughout the early part of
the forenoon but the early offers were
gradually raised so that when first sales
were made they did not look to be over
a nickel off, and some of them did not
show quite that much decline.
On the whole, values are steady to a
nickel lower than yesterday's average.
Prices were uneven, rangt-- from a flat
nickel lower to fully steady and In tome
Instances Individual sales were quoted as
strong. Trade failed to become very ac
tive even at the best time, and the fore
noon waa well advanced before a clear
ance was made. Hulk of the sales was
mude at $8.7.Vh.80, as against yesterday's
long string at the latter figure. Of course
there was a sprinkling on either side of
this spread, quite a number selling at
98.86. Tops landed at 99.00, just a nickel
The week's trade shows a decline of
fully 16c. The quarter decline of Monday
and Tuesday was all regained In the next
li days, but Friday and Saturday show
a break of 16c, which Just about covers
the difference between prices at the close
of last week and today. Killing demand
has been fairly consistent all week, but
shippers have been uncertain. One day
they would buy freely and the next have
no orders st all, according to the trend of
tho market. As a result of this uncer
tain condition shipping hoga show the big
end of the week's decline, being all of 20c
lower, and In tho case of tups a flat
No At. Kh. Pr. No. At. Bh.
. . 2:47
2 t, 40
li U,ti 44
41.. S'.ll 40
l, t2U 40
70 am tii
d irra 4i
. . . I4
. . . 260
. . . . it
14 10J ... I SO 77
tl 41 ... T Ta
81IKKP-There were no fresh recelpta
here this morning. For the week, how
ever, tho receipts have been liberal, being
88 343 head, against 68 89M last week and
72.260 for the rorrtaWindlng time a year
ago. The swelling of the receipts was
due to the Increased number of offerings
from Wyoming, most of which were on
the feeder orrer iird gave tbe fee.ler
hpyets tin opportunity they hnve been
looking for to fill t'ulr numerous order
I'.it Until are quotable fiillv- r.fi.' ''
lower for th week ntid mutt'. iim n til the
bent grades of feeding sin ep and lunibs
are about slraily. The less desirable
Kinus of reeiiing sncep tin, I mniM are
wens ann ntosuy a ninte on. on ,iion
itny. Tuesday and Wednesday, owing to a
generous supply of killer on everv ilsy,
'he packer ninnnrtil to t:lte off pimhs
l.iirt.V, while on Thuidity n little Itn
provetnent t In. but this was all lost
on Friday, leaving the market practically
In the same noiches us on Weiliiesduv.
or, as already noted, IMr'.'ee lower than
lh close of ino previous week.
It Is genetally roncer.e.l If the Week's
recelits had not Included a lare per
rentiiise of feeih-r offerings, prices on fnt
still r would have shown a still greater
decline. Liberal runs are looked for ::et
reek, which will Include another good
share of offerings from Wyominn. n;i
well as from Idaho, i'lnli and Nevada.
Quotations on range sheep and lambs:
Lambs, good to choice. $8 11047 8. 20; lit ni
fair to good, 97.8."iff.15; lambs, feedeie
'i T',t?.S0; yearllnga, good 10 rhoiie. ft
if'. 60; yearllng i. fair to good, 9aiKi!t; i.'i.
I yearlings, feeders, 9V7V(irt 00; wethr
I good to choice, 9,"i (ii.16 wethers, fair ti
good, 95 664f( 90; wethers, teeilers. 94.iV(g
4 !J; ewes, good to choice, $1 30i(T..tiO; ewes,
fair to good, 9u.lOiii4.30; ewes, feeders,
( lll((.0 1,1 VH STOCK MARKET
tattle Weak Hog Steady
CIMCAOO. Aug 22.-CATTLE-Recelpts,
401 head; market weak; beeves, $i.i6f
10.110; steers. t)3tv,n4M; Blockers and feed
era, $ft.40r0.10: cows and helfera, $i.t!OtiH.aO;
calves, $7.76iil0 e
HOGS Receipts, 10.000 head; market
steady to a shade higher- bulk. 98.it .20;
light, t .; mixed. 98..V.,1 96; heavv.
$8Mli!2:.; rough, $8.6v,iS (&; plas, $7.(air!t 70
8IIEKI' ANI l.AMHS-ltecelpts, ,"
head; market slow and weak: sheep. 96 10
m 10; yearlings, 9 .Otto 7.00; lambs, 6.ti0iT
Into St. Paul and Minneapolis
Leave Omaha 8:30 p. m.
Leave Council Bluffs 8:50 p. m.
Arrive St. Paul 7:30 a. m.
Arrive Minneapolis 8:05 a.m.
Dine at home or take luncheon
in the Buffet Club car, go to bed in
a steel sleeping car and arrive in
the Twin Cities ahead of the fel
low whoisn'tan up-to-date hustler.
Your telephone is handycall Douglas 260.
Dny train with civfe-parlor car and coaches
leaves Omaha 9:30 m. m., Co. Bluffs 9:50 a. m.
ASK P. F. B0N0RDEN, 0. P. & T. A.
1522 Farnam Street, Omaha.
Phone Doug. 260.
s piWWWSfiiiiMWI. itmns mil
To get in
or out of
Read the "Business Chances" column of The
Bee. Below are are a few of the opportunities
offered in last Sunday's Bee:
Substantial corporation, investment of $300
Choice 34 millinery shops, investment of
$300 to $600.
Choice farm mortgages, 7, $300 to $5,000.
General merchandise business of $30,000 a .
year, invoice $8,000 to $9,000.
Furniture and undertaking, invest $3,000.
Blacksmith and wagon shop in thrifty farm
Garage in county seat.
Drug store in Omaha, doing business of $12,
000 a year, sale price $4,200.
Two good restaurants and candy store.
Four good moving picture shows.
Lumber, coal and cement business.
Why not get into a btisineps of your own and be Inde
pendent? Work for yourself and put the results of your labor
in your own pocket.
The 4 'Business Chances" columns of The Bee offer a
large number of good honest opportunities every day.
Telephone Tyler 1000
THE OMAHA BEE
Everybody Reads Bee Want Ads
BRIEF CITY NBWS
Hat Root Frtnt It Now Reacon ?rea
Life Monthly Income Gould, Rce Bldg.
Fidelity Storage and Vaa Cs. Doug-. 181ft,
lighting rivtnrea fiurgens-Oranden
"Today's Complete More rrorram''
may be tound on the lirst page, of tb ,
classified section todiy. and appears I"
The Peo EXCH'Sl VELY. Find out what
the various moving l L-tare theaters offer.
Musical Entertainment Alpha ramp
No. 1, Woodmen of the World, will give
a musical entertainment for Us members,
their families and friends Friday evening
at Myrtle hull. Continental block. Fif
teenth a-iil 1 Mucins streets.
Some Locomotive on Erie flinging the
praises of the Erie railroad's new "Centl
l etle" locomotive, the largest In the World,
T. R. Pa Hon of Chicago, traveling pas
senger agent of the Erie, wag In Omaha
Saturday. The locomotive Is 1T feet long,
weighs R6S.0fi0 pounds and la. capable of
hauling OH) loaded freight care, equal to
a train four and three-quarter milca long,
weighing Jit.nro.ono pounds.
MGR. COLANERI WRITES
LETTER FROM RHEIMS
Monslgnor A. M. Colanerl ha been
heard from by Rev. Father Gannon of th
True Voice. The former was at Rhelms
August 2, and wrote that traffic waa ao
congested that he had not been able to
go farther. He had got that far from
Antwerp, where he was July 30, before the
war broke out and spoiled the remainder
of hla continental trip.
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