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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1914)
THE BEK: OMAHA. Tl'ESHAY, AUGUST J5. 1014.
farm nnm .snn par sti.ta
TOTK SAt.K By owner, ZS2 ores wild
land, with buildings and some broke.
In northern 'lnnsnt,. running water
on place; will make; fine stock farm. Ad
dress Wm. C. Fenntman, lllllman, Minn.
NO EA1LLUE8 ! Pine counTy, Minna
ota; close to best market, choice
landa. easily cleared. $J0 vvr acre; eaay
terme. Hunt-Johnson. Hinckley, Minn.
POUNTV-320-acra tibmeatead In aettled
neighborhood; fine farm land; not sand
hill; cost you $3n0 filing tea and all. J.
A. Tracey, Kimball. Nrb.
FOR SALE lest large body high-grade,
medlurn-prlced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley. Wol
bach. Neh n
SCOTTS BLU FF, N EB.,
NO DROUGHTS FULL
CROP EVERY YEAR
Uo. 617 One of the smoothest, choicest
Irrigated farms In the whole North
Platte valley; there la a nice, com
fortable 5-room home, with porches
and good cellar; the barn is well
built, room for 10 head of stork;
the house, barn and other outbuild
ings are nicely painted; the farm Is
well fenced; this years crops are.
30 acres of corn, 15 acres of oats
. and all the balance Is In a splendid
stand of allalla.
This fine farm Is In a Rood
neighborhood and only 314 milee to
Owner Is a ranchman and has
more land than he can handle.
Price. $110 per acre, on easv terms
No. tlS A very sightly 90 acres Very
smooth and easy to Irrigate. It has
just been broken and la in fine
shape for fall wheat or for oats
and alfalfa next spring; 6 miles
irom town in well settled neigh
borhood; a snap at $o per acre.
write for "Land Owner." It tells all
about the countrv.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Ware Block, Omaha.
CHEYENNE county. Nebraska lands, for
ale and exchange. Write for free
booklet C'hrla ilickey C- Co., Kalrhuiy,
Neb., or H. J. Casselman, Lodge Pole,
Cheyenne county, Nebraska.
ALFALFA, Clover and Corn land In the
James River valley. North Dakota. Huy
before land goes higher. Come and see
u. We make a specialty of getting buyer
ad seller together. H. J. Johnson Land
and Cattle Co., Oakes, N. D.
Best dairy and general crop state In the
union; settlers wanted; lands for sale at
low prices, on easy terms. Ask for book
let $4 on Wisconsin Central Land Grant
Stat acres wanted. Write about our
grazing lands. If Interested In fruit
lands, ask for booklet on -PPle Orchards
In Wisconsin. Address Land Dept.. 800
Line Ky., 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
1016-16 W. O. W. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTEO city loans Peters Trust lo.
OMAHA heme. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEKE REAX. ESTATE CO.,
101 Omaha Nat. Douglas $714.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder, City Nat. Bk. Bidg.
GARVT BROS Loana, $6o0 and up,
.UA..H D-"A-'0' Omaha Nat. HanK.
CITY LOANS, BemU-Carlberg Co.,
310-312 Brandela Theater Bldg.
.WANTED City loans and warranta
W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam
HARRISON & MORTON. 916 Om Nat
CITY property. Large jouns a specialty.
W. H. Thomas. 22-S State Bank Bldg.
I J 00 to JIO.OU) made promptly. F. D.
Weed. Wead B'dg.. lHh and Farnam.
C1IY and farm loans, 6, 5Vi, ( per cent.
J.H.Dumont & Co., n)3 Farnam, Omaha.
BRE us first If you want a farui loan.
United States Trust Co Omaha, Neb.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
For Sale by Owner
and reception hall, gas, electric light,
bath, large basement and vegetable cellar,
best furnace made, alley paved, smull
barn.- Close In, walking distance. More
new apurtment buildings than In any
other part of the city. 017 8. 25th Ave.
Telephone Douglas 5985.
YOH BALE 10-room house, attic aiid j
full basement; all modern; hot water i
beat; automobile garage and drive, large
lot. Inquire owner, 2210 Webster.
6-ROOM house, all modern; full lot, east
rront, second lot from corner. 3932 N.
J3d; block to car; easy terniB; call owner, !
KtW modern bungalow, on paved street.
411$ N. 19th.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
t4,tV)0 FOR quick cash sale. Income prop
erty, 12 per cent. Call owner. Hurnty
M.&OO, ALL modern, 8 rooms, sleeping
porch and sun room, finest neighbor
hood. Deal direct and save. Coma out
and see how reasonable the price and
term are. 2315 Ogden St.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
WEST FARNAM BARGAIN.
At lit So. 36th St. This home I very
beautiful, on paved street; large shade
trees; strictly modern house l rooms:
Block to car line; small payment down,
balance monthly puyments 6 per cent
Interest. This house must be seen to be
appreciated. Call Haraey 3030 for further
Information or call at abov? adrlresa.
BALANCE $25 MONTHLY
On Farnam St., a good 6-room cottage,
all modern but furnace, with fine big lot,
to a good party on the above terms.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
pouglas 1781. Ware Block.
ARE you looking for a nice, new, modern
home, T rooms, corner lot, walking dis
tance? I will sell mine for $3,M. 618 S.
2Mh St. Red 6313.
' " "' r
REAL ESTATE SIUIRBAV
balance 116 a month, 4-room cottage with
stairway to floored attic, electric lights,
good basement, cistern, good water, east
front lot. Interior nicely decorated, house
but 3 year old, located lid ,s. uth tit ,
Bouth Omaha, Just south of 13th and
Missouri Ave Price ll.tloo. Can rent ad
joining pasture for cow.
C. (. CARLBERG,
110-312 Frandti Theater Bldg.
RE A L EST A T EM I SCE LL A X EO US
At 116 So. 3f.th St. This home I very
beautiful, on paved street; larxe ahade
trees; atrictly modern house, 9 rooina;
Hlock to car lino; small payment down,
balance monthly payments o per cent
interest. This house must be seer to be
appreciated. Call Harney 3U.T0 fur further
information or tall at uliove aiarrt
' LET TE 1T067G A LLAQI IE R! "
Going to Spring Something!
WATCH SIWl.iAVS REAL ESTATE
COLUMNS FOR ARTHUR MAROW1TZ.
RK A L ICSTATK MISCELIjA X KO US
517 So. 25th Ave.
Six Large Rooms.
U. H. IANlERYOl real estate, insur
ance; moved to g'l Neville. l. isw.
'ROOM house, rem for $lS.ou, must be
o'd at once; tat) will handle It 11. 4711.
ARSTHAtTS Or TITLB. .
KEnn Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
modern abstract office, 806 So. 17th
St. Thone Douglas M57.
REED Abstract Co.. "oidest abstract of
fice In Nebraska. 20ft Brane!a Theater.
REAL KSTATK Km KXC11AXGB
Pianos for other musical Instru't. D 2017
lfO ACHES, all improved, In Park county,
Wyoming; 140 sere in crops. Call bouse,
K.T0 N. :nti St.. South Omaha. Phone
The following couples have sec
licenses to wed:
Name and Itesidct i e. '
Louis K. Ouertln, Omni a
Lena Webe Omuh.x
Joseph M. Greenslltt. South Omaha..,
Blbana Blubaugh, South Omaha
James Rasmussen, Jr., South Omaha.
Irene May Yttts, South Omaha
Allot Anderon, Wahno. Neh
Lillian Loudenschlager, Wahoo, Nob
Fred M. Scott, Minneapolis
Mary C. Davis, Houston, Tex ,
Antonio Varlano, Omaha
Dorothy Brown, Omaha
George L. Tryder, Omaha
Bcrsio Le Blance, Omaha
Daniel Penney, Omaha
BcrthR Hanson, Omaha .'
ItlHTIIS AXn DF.ATIIS.
Birtha J. and Ida Alltman, R21 North
Twentieth, hoy; T. C. and Minnie Oronep,
5018 Capitol avenue, jtirl; L. K. and Net
tle Harding, 1."2S North Nineteenth, girl;
H. L. and Audrey Helnrlkson. 6011 Mil
itary avenue, girl; James and Mlnnla
Jones M19 Cuming, boy; Max and Sophia
Katskee. 2219 Orace, boy; Faul and Alice
Martin. 3412 Tavenport. twin girls; Joe
and Frances Malota, 19.1ti South Four
teenth, boy; Henry and Clara Farr 707
South Twentv-seventh, girl; A. and P
Butera, 402 William, boy; Dnve and Loni
tastellar, Tenth and Pierce, girl- P L.
and M Ernst. 1202 South Ninth, bov.
Deaths Oladys Spery. 5 years, hospital;
U M. . Sadler. S6 years, hospital; Mrs.
Louise Rplchstndt, 20 years. 1224 North
rorty-fifth street: C. E. Russell. 41 years,
4103 North Twenty-fourth street: Kate
Linnefnann, 3ii vears, hospital; Mary T
Lee, fi4 years. 3W1 Ames avenue; Samuel
Havens, SW years, 4227 North Thirty-ninth
street; Ida O. Condon. 6 years, hospital;
Henry Shewell, 6S years, Nobraska City.
hi iLDirvr; pkrmits.
Frank Llnnenann, 17;c Canton, frame
Crushed Hopes May
Rise to Legislation
When the etrce car company Issued
an edict during the primary campaign
saying that none of Ha emplayea dared
enter the race as candidates for city of
fice. It crushed the hopes of perhaps a
few of Its employes, as well as reminded
other employes of railroads and several
pther cot-poratlona that there is auch a
standing order in many of the local
corporations. While jio open protest
was made by would-bo candidates. It Is
said that employes of some of the cor
porations who have political ambitions
are Interviewing legislative candidates
with a view to getting an act passed in
the legislature which will prsvont cor
porations from making such arbitrary
rulings that force men to waive one of
the rights of an American citizen, namely
to run for office It he chooses.
City Dads Take Up
Charges that City Commissioner
Thomas McGovern of the department of
public Improvement ha been unfair with
Samuel Friedman, a paving contractor,
were mad today by the contractor1. at
torney, J. A. C. Kennedy, to the city
council. The council, a a committee of
the whole, la Investigating.
Mr. Kennedy said Commissioner Mc
Govern condemned stone used by Fried
man after the stone had been passed by
the city engineer, Watson Townaend. and'
the contractor was proceeding with tha
The city council visited one of the pav
ing Jobs being done by Friedman and or
dered the stone screened and tests made.
EVANS ARRESTED FOR THEFT
OF BIBLES FROM Y. M. C. A.
George Evans waa arrested Sunday by
Sergeant Madaen for stealing three
morocco bound bibles from the Voting
Men's Christian association. When caught
he promptly asserted he wa a wander
ing preacher and wa about to conduct
free ceremonies In Jefferson quare.
Sergeant M arisen having a fi-st hold
on the man by means of hi hip pocket
felt a queer article In the pocket. Evans
claimed It wis the New Testament. It
proved to be a deck of cards. He was
discharged from police court.
DATE IS SET TO START
FIGHT OF DRYS IN STATE
Ever the anti-saloon league has caught
tha milltaiy spirit of the day, and has
declared war on the saloon In Nebraska.
This la not an absolutuly new declaration
of the league, but It Is a kind of reminder.
On November 8 the league is to have ex
Governor Patterson of Tennessee In
Omaha to speak for prohibition In tho
Auditorium. It Is then that the first gun
Is to bo fired in Nebraska for the state
wide prohibition fight.
ROPER UNABLE TO ATTEND
POSTAL CLERKS' MEETING
First Asnistant Postmaster General
Daniel C. Roper will not come to Omaha
dur'ng the first part of September to
attend the national convention of post
office clerks. On account of the Increase
of official business, due to the war, he Is
"head over heels In work," according to
a letter received from him by Postmaster
MSSVIITIS with binder St
tiu:iuujnt, eut and tlifbw la
ilvten harveatr or wuintwi.
nut antl bonM cut sad aliut-k
q jiu to a euro binder, aoi'iia
virv atal- 1'rir. onlv iJO nfl
with fotWier binder. J L. horn. Itwwcll, t'olu., wntn:
"VcurMrn harvstrl allyvu alaim for 1 1 taet, tla
and aheoaa aar mda.aanaan aarfi laat yaar.
laatiruan.ala and ratals fre. howinf picture ut liar-
naicr. Autixaw FOCa MP a. CO., Ballaa, Kaaa.
-Mill 11 1
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Farmen Are In Control of Bread
EUROPEAN STOCKS ARE LIGHT
Foreigner Display Mock EwaerneM
la Sera ring Grain lor Milling
OMAHA. Aug It, 1914.
There Is little doubt in the minds of the
more conservative grain men of the world
as to the position of farmers, who are
now in control of breadstuffs values
hlle It Is true that nearly UV.tMO.ixx)
bushels of wheat have been sold to go
abroad on the present crop, there la at
least 175.wO.wu bushels more that can be
spared to foreigners.
it develops that some of the countries
, i. i , . , ,, .
also curbed In the matter of supplies by
the CUttlna off for a time of the aa lane
and the inability for a period to get
breadstufts Into the Importing nations In
The eagernoaa with which foreigners
have bought breadstuff of late show
what may be expected In tha near futures
In the matter of demand aa well as
The strength shown In the IJvarpool
wheat market from day to day reflects
conditions there aa favoring the holder of
breadstuffs. Stocks there are light, and
It Is now said that the mill of Oreat
Britain are to be taken over by the gov
ernment. The strength displayed bv the wheat
market wa reflected In corn last week,
and In fact the yellow cereal was a
leader on several nays. Weather condi
tion have become more favorable. Not
only have rains visited the great belt and
the temperatures been lowered but the
buying power has been pronounced In
character and the fact that those taking
the corn were anionic the stroncer houses
of the grain world carried more or less
weight with it. Stocks of corn in all po
sitions in the United States are small,
and now that there are clearances almost
every day for foreign shipment and addi
tional Inquiries for the grain to go abroad
the situation la stronger than It has been
on the present crop.
An exceptionally active market hss
ruled In oats. Exporters have bought
eveiy available pound, not only In the
United States, but In Canada and they
have followed tha market on the ad
vances established In the belief that
higher prices must eventually rule.
Some of this grain was taken for use
hv the army and some of It for foodstuff
In the various sections now short of sup
plies. The provisions situation Is veering
around Into better shape. Purchase from
foreigner of meats and lard have been
of fair volume and this more than any
thing else ha helped to steady the mar
Wheat wa lfr2c higher.
Corn waa unchanged to lHo lower.
Oata Were lc higher.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour eflual
to "fil.OOO bushels, corn, 7,000 bushels; oat,
Liverpool closed; Wheat. KfflVid higher;
corn. Hd higher.
Primary wheat receipts were 2,230,000
bushels and shipments 2.303,0"0 bushels,
against receipts of 1,541,000 bushels and
shipments of NOP.000 bushels last year.
i'rimary corn receipts were 1,309.000
bushels and shipments fi0t,000 bushels,
against reec1pts of 026.000 bushels and
shipment of 318,000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1,337,000 bush
els and shipment 810.000 bushels, against
receipts of 1,(111,000 bushels and shipments
of 598,000 bushels last year.
Wheat Corn. Oe,ts,
These cash sale were reported today;
Wheat No. i hard winter: 1 car, sc; i
car, 97c; 3 cars, 05c. No. 3 hard winter:
1 ear, 9!c; 1 car, Wic;i 1 car. Wo; 3 cars,
!3Vc: S are, 93c. No. 4 hard winter: 1 car,
i8c; 2 cars, MVic ; l oar, 93c. No. 4 mixed:
1 car, vbc; No, I durum: 1 car, 9'2c. Corn
Nti. 3 white: I cars, 77c. No. white: 1
car, 77c. No. white: 1 car, 76c, No. 1
yellow: ( cars, 77Stc. No. 3 yellow: 7 cars,
77,e. No. 3 yellow: 5 cars, 77M,c; 1 car,
77c. No. 6 yellow: 7 cars, 7Sic. No. l yel
low: 2 cars, 7tic. No. 1 mixed: 1 car, 77tc;
1 car, 7tV: car. 764c. No. i mixed: 1
car, 76c; T cai. 76Vc; 1 car, 7fic. No. 3
mlxod: 2 car, 76Vc; cars, 7Sc. No. 6
mixed: 1 car (near wblte), 76V4c; 8 cars,
75Vo. No, mixed: 2 cars, 76c; 1 car,
7nVjc. Sampls: 1 car, 7rHo; 1 car, 744c.
Oat No. 2 white: Standard: 1 car, 42-,o,.
No. 3 white: 17 can, lc; 13 oar, 4Jc.
No. 4 white: car, 42c; 2 car, ilc; 1
Omaha cash price: Wheat: No. I hard,
SSiJjSH'tc; No. 8 hard, Jf9c; No. 4 hard,
Mdi4t8c; No. 2 nr!ng, 34fFM!4c; No. 8
spring, 924ir93o; No. 4 prlng, Utl2V;
No. 2 durum, M-SMc; No. 3 durum, BlflMc.
Corn: No. 2 white, 7714BT7Hc; No. white,
7bVaTCc; No. 4 white. 76H(&77o: No. 2
yellow, 77WT7He; No. 8 yellow, naTOie;
No. 4 yellow. 76478Vio: No. 2 mixed, 763
774c; No. 3 mixed, 7674c; No. 4 mlxe,
76Vcir7S4c. Oat: 42H1H2o; standard, 42,,
H24c; No. 3 white, 42A2'4c; No. 4 white,
414itf42c. Barley: Malting, nw7c; No. 1
feed, B659c. Rye: No. 2, 77fir774c; No. 8,
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of tfc Trading aad Closing;
Prloes on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Aug. 24.-Proflt-taklng wa
Uie feature of the wheat market today,
but Saturday's advance waa fairly well
held. Final prices ranged 4c higher for
September to 4c lower. Corn closed 4ij
lu down, oats 4c hlghert or September
to 4c lower and provision 74'ujuc de
pressed. Wheat opened easy, bulged, reacted to
the lowest of the day and then around
Saturday's close. The Heptember-Liecem-ber
difference narrowed to 4c. Record
clearances for North America, higher ca
bles and reports of large Hour sale were
bullish factors, but realizing sale re
strained any material advance and tha
close was rather eaay.
The decline In corn wa based on rains
and favorable crop prosiects. Cash houses
bought September, while there was only
scattered local demand for deferred fu
tures. Country offering were small.
Price fluctuations in oats were the re
sult of demand frem exporters and the In
clination of aome longs to take profit.
Rain were regarded a bearish. Shipping
sales were reported tha largest of the sea
son l,2OU,000, mainly to tha seaboard. A
slight Increase in country offering waa
noted, but the aggregate waa small.
Iard alone displayed life In tha nro-
vlsions pit and price receded on selling
by longs and packer. Cash demand for
meats was slow.
v.. .mt. wiiitq nnvi small iuiiifi oi v,.- ,., i i --.,. xi
heat and flour going to them, from this l3r. S,j '.'h? " , 1 '?J?iJ K .' i?
and other countries, and In addition to 1.CL.4 Lf'f , -:-
this as a bullish factor Is the fact that -,S -1 ,v: No- 1 roum, No- U
their purchases have not len as large as . ' K ni,..k lU
they should have been, and that thev are FHcei furnished by the Olllnsky Fruit
Art'ele' Open. I High. I Ixiw Close ! Yes'y.
tiept to 1 01 W to
Iec.. 1 03V4 i 05 i 03 1 03S 94i
May. 1 U 1 12 1 10 1 104 1 06
Sept. 'HV5j79'V W 7Se 794
Iec..!7040iH! 704 4 $ 704
May:!724w72i 7241 714 7I 7114
Sept. !4Wi4f4 4741 4'. 454 434
t.o,.. u-t,4k 4k 4 1 474 47S Pi
May.,604S'4l 60HI 4SH4i 4l 4
I'OIK I I
Sept.! 22 00 22 00 22 00 22 00 22 274
Jan.. I 21 50 21 60 21 3241 21 324!
8pt.! 10 124 10 174 10 05 IOO74I 24
Oct. .110 8S.:(2! 10 36 10 20 10 20 I 7 77 4
Jan.. I 10 724! 1 724 WW 10 60 j 10 05
Sept.l 12 .) 12 65 12 IK 12 05 I 12 724
Oct..! 12 15 12 10 12 10 12 10 112 274
Jan.. I 11 30 11 824 11 20 11 20 I 11 074
Ht'TTKR- Firm; creanieriea. LM'ijajc.
EiiCS I'nchanged; receipts 12,064 rases;
at mark rase Including. I74r22c; ordinary
firsts, Ifrft'-soc; firsts. &4r224c.
POTATOES-S-.rong; receipts 77 cars;
Jersey cobblers, bulk, Tiulic; Jersey
cobblers, sacks, "&tt1Hc; Minnesota Ohlos,
Pol LTRY-Alive, firm; fowla, lie;
Omaha liny Market.
OMAHA, Aug. 24 -PRAIRIE HAY
Choice upland. $12 00; No. 1. $Uu:i.oO; No
. $li.0o4ll 00; No. I. $7 0tn.iX. Choke mid
land, $1160; No. 1. $10 fa(11.00; No. 1, $00
fclOGO; No. $. r.009.00. No. 1 to choic
irwland. $.0ffl9 .00; No. 2, $7.Wu 00; No. 3.
Kl'RAW-Chol,- wh-at, MfU00; choice
oata or rye, $ oofff. &t
ALFALFA -Choice alfulfa. $1MHM4 ,
No, :, iio.oxjiu'.no.
OMAHA GKIFRAL MARKET.
RI'TTER No. 1, l ib., cartons, 0c; No.
1. -ll. tubs. fcV.
CHKESEIniporled Swiss. V-; Ameri
can Swiss, 2Hc; Hock 8wi. Zlc; twins,
17c; daisies. 1V-; triplets. JKc' Young
Amerlcaa. lis.'; blue label brick. IV; llm
burger, Mb., 18c; 1-lb.. iV; New York
white, 19c; Imported French RomM'fort,
FISH -Trout. ITc; larse crapple. M
loc; salmon. 12ft 1M;; halibut, channel
catfish, 15c; pike, 17c; pickerel. 10c.
FOULTRY-Hrollera, V; hciia I::
cocka SV; ducks. So; geese, .; turkeys.
16c; pioRons, per doren. ;0c; ducks, full
feathered c; geese, full foathered. So;
squabs, No. I, ti.ttf; No. !. 50c
1KH1S-Receipts, KtwiO head; market,
dull: bulk. l;5fltk: llrht ts o,i)i v
mixed. IMtvrtg.tM: iieavy, IS.OtHf8.7t1; rough
BH.OUUSIU; pigs, r7.ZMul.Ji
M'TS Salted peanuts. II Ml per case;
No. 1 California walnuts, us He Pr lb.;
pecans, 12V per lb.; filbert. 1!C per lb.;
almonds. 20o per lb.
MISCELLANEOUS Suar walnut dates,
tl.2i per box; Uinrs, $l.7R per basket;
rracker.lack, $3.50 par case; crackerjaeh,
per half case, 11.75; checker. $:.&0 per
case; checker, per halt rase. 11.75.
VEOETABLF.3 Cauliflower: tenver.
per lb.. 12Hc; rabhage, JVko par lb.;
onions. 2Vc per lb.; peppers, (i0o per bas
ket; fancy tomatoes, MV per basket; cu
cumbers, hot-house, I-dos. basket. TSo;
new beets, carrots and turnips, kVs per
do.; celery, Michigan, 3uO per ilos.1
relery, lvnver, large Jumbo. $1 per do.;
head lettuce. 50c to $1.30 per do.; leaf
lettuce. 4"c rer dos. ; onions, home grown,
15ki per do.; radishes, per do ; garlic,
Italian, 90o per lb.; horse radish, Sl.fiS
per case; shelled popcorn, o per lb. j ss
paragus, home grown. ir do., market
price about 30o per do.; potatoes, new,
taa per bu.
EW 1 OKK l,KEIIAI, MARKET
(.notations of tha Day on Various
NEW YORK, Aug. 24.-FLOrR-rirm.
WHEAT .Spot, firm; New No. 2 red,
$1.04, elevator, domestic; new No. 2 hard,
$1 0sv c. 1. f. New York; No. 1 northern,
lHiluth, 81.144; No. 1 northern. Manitoba.
81.174, c. I. f. Buffalo, all nominal. Fu
tures firmer on cables and export sales:
Prptemher, $1 0S4; December, $1,104.
HOPS Steadv; state, common to choice,
1913, 3v37c; ii2, 14'fno;. Paclflo coast,
1913. IfctiCle: 1912, 12(81-.
IIIDEH-Hteady; Hogota. 4C4:
Central America, J84-
WOOL Firm; domestlo fleaca, XX
CORN Spot firm; No. I yellow, 90.o,
0. I. f., to arrive: Argentine, 87ST93C, a
to quality delivered,
OATS Spot, firm; standard whlta, 8"H
ifnMc; No. 3, 60SnV4c; fancy clipped white,
HAY New, steady; prime. $1.1011. IS;
No. 1, Jl.OT'Kfil.lO; No. 2, $106; No. 3, 9Sc
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts. S1(R
32c: sncondu, IWjjVile.
PROVIBIONP Pork, firm: mesa $24 7MP
28.25; family, $27.0O?r2T.(V; short clear. $23. no
'2S.nn. Beef, unsettled; me. $23.00rii!H 00;
family. $29 OWi.To.OO. Ijird. easy, middle
wet, $10 3O((,il0 4O; refined, unsettled; con
tinent, $11.10; South America, $11.60; com
TALLOW Firm; cltv, 64c; country. M
4c; special, 64c bid.
NEW YORK. Aug., 24. Rl'TTKR Firm;
receipt 6,200 tuba; creamery extras. SP$
814c; firsts. 2ftg3o4c: seconds. 2S4t?274c;
process extras. 2S4(gi2i4c; ladle current
make No. 2, 21f!K14c
KOO-S Steady; reeclpts 12.100 cases;
fresh gathered extras, WifffiOc; extra
firsts. 2Wo'274c ; firsts. "!44a2&4c; aeconda,
22((424o; state, Pennsylvania and nearby
hennery whites. R4fiflrc; state. Pennsyl
vania and nearby gathered whites, 27
33c; state, Ponnny'vanla and nearby hen
nery browns, 29!T30c: state. Pennsylvania
and nonrhv gathered browns and mixed
Cora and Wheat Region Bulletin.
Com and wheat region bulletin of th
United State Department of Agriculture,
weather bureau.' at Omaha, for the twenty-four
hour ending at 8 a. m., 7rth
meridian time, Monday, August M, 1914:
Mi. l rins, n'itc; isn. i,
, lVe: No. S. 16c: No. 1 chuck. 13c: No. 1
Station. High. Low. fall. Sky.
Ashland 87 M .00 Clear
Auburn R4 f ,2 Cloudy
Rroken Row .. 86 63 .00 Cloudy
Columbus 85 65 . 00 Pt. cloudy
Culbertson 87 56 . Clear
Falrbury 84 61 .00 Cloudy
Fairmont 84 48 .00 Pt. cloudy
Grand Island .. 86 60 .00 Cloudy
llartlngton KX 60 .00 Clear
Hastings 86 60 .00 Cloudy
Holdrego 96 61 .00 Cloudy
Lincoln 86 69 .03 Cloudy
North Platte.. 88 68 .00 Clear
Oakdale 84 61 .00 Cloudy
Omaha K5 68 .04 Clear
Tekamah 87 64 .06 Clear
Valentino ....82 00 .00 . Clear
Alta, In. 81 62 .00 Cloudy
Carroll, la 83 62 .00 Cloudy
Clarlnda. la.... 84 5 .40 Clear
Slbley, la 79 49 .00 in. cloudy
Sioux City. Ia.. 84 64 .00 Pt. cloudy
Not Included In averages. Minimum
temperature for twelve-hour period end
ing at 8 a. m.
No. of Temp.- Rain
District. Station. High. Low. fall.
Columbus, 0 18
Louisville. Ky... 22
Indla'noll. Ind.. 13
94 06 . 80
94 72 .00
94 68 .60
80 60 .80
96 68 .30
86 68 ...
70 415 .60
90 64 .70
86 66 ' .30
Chicago, 111 24
St. Ixmla U
De Moines, la.. 24
Kan. City, Mo.. 84
Omaha. Neb 1'7
The weather 1 much cooler In the west
ern and slightly cooler In the eastern
districts. Showers were quite general in
all portions of the corn and wheat region.
and neavy rains ocuurrou m muui
North Dakota. Minnesota, Kansas, In
diana and Ohio. L. A. WEIJH.
Local Forecaster, Weather llureau.
Mlnueapoll aGraln Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn. Aug. 24.
WH EAT September, $1.0674; No. I bard.
11 ir,': No. 1 northern, $1,0841.12: No. 2
WHEAT The highest prloes yet re
corded here since the war market began
were reached today in wneai, nepwmuer
etling at $1 074, and December at $1,094.
RY E 70jT9e.
CORN-No. $ yellow. 77?78o.
OATS No. 8 white, 424443c.
KTaporated Apple aad Dried Frnlta
N HW YORK. Aug. 24.-EVAPOKATEO
APPLES julet; fancy, U4S124c; choice.
104trilZc; prime, 9Ht'10c.
TiHTKli FRI'ITS Prune, firm; Cali
fornia, 3TVi114e; Oregon. 1M2o. Apri
cots, dull and easy; choice. UU-UU"; extra
choice, 12'!,iin24c; rancv, u-no. j-eenc.,
steady: choice, S'ifttiV-; extra choice,
74c; fancy, 74'tie. Raisin, teady;
loose musealels, b'i'Uc; cnoira 10 1.1117
seeded 7VuV-' seedlt ss. 64t4'; Lon
don layers, $l.754rl.W.
NEW YORK, Aug. 24.-COFFFE-The
coffee market showed a steaoier tone to
day Tha main factor waa supposed to
be the continued difficulty of negotiating
fresh purchases in nrai'i, wnien is saiu
to be accepting New York credit only on
a very limited scale, and reports that
some of the better grade are becoming
scarce in th local stock.
Liquidating transactions reported In old
contract wre at an advance of about 6
points from Saturday' pr'oe and. while
spot prices were unchanged at 74c for
Rio 7s snd 124o for Santos 4s, holders
were reported firmer In their view, with
the Interior a more active buyer. Cost
and freight offers were reported of Santos
ta at 104c.
Drr Good Market.
NEW YORK, Aug. 24.-DRY GOODS
The primary cotton piece good market
wa fairly active today. Print cloth price
irregular. Dress goods advanced 24c to
6c a yard by soma mills. Staple worsteds
advanced another 24u by the American
Elgin Batter Market.
KLGIN, Aug. 24-UL'TTEK-30c bid.
.W'jc asked; no sales.
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipt Very lurgt at All
Pointa and Prices Lower.
PLENTY OF H0QS EVERYWHERE
Sheet) aacl Lsniki of All Hind la
l.aurap Beeelpt Sheesi Fifteen tn
t)aarler sal Lam ha Quarter
ROI'TH OMAHA, Aug 24, 1914
Receipt ie: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
EstlniHle Monday 11,000 4.0i .I6,t0
same day last week... m:7 4,i w.mm
Same day 2 week ago b,0x7 1.31 16.441
Same day 3 week ago 6.4.S 1.213 l.MK
Sam day 4 week ago 4.. 4,276 U.M
Sam day laat year... .H 8,4) 21.716
The following table snows the receipts
of rattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date a compared with laat year:
1914. 19IS lnc. Dee.
Cattle 494,111 621.870 17.649
Hog 1.6.V.7.W 1.843,' 1S0.W4
Sheep 1.612.202 L2tX.3i4 216.83$
The following table shows tha prices
for hog at the South Omaha Hv stock
market for tha laat few day, with com
parison: Data I 1914. I9I3 I19IJ. 11911. ili0.ln.lli.
8 $3 I 8 1 7 $01 T 1l
I 66 8 lj T 81 7 881 7 XH
I I 18 T 81 7 87 i 7 Tl
8 8OHI 7 96 7 231 7 81
7 $1 7 Ml
7 ( 04 7 11 7 961 7 42
7 8i IW 8 06 i 7 47
7 701 8 in 7 1H I 7 481 $ 17
7 73 B 12) 7 00 16 1 6 80
7 T7I $ 14!
7 171 I Nl I W
8 $01 7 67
8 341 7 12
8 23 7 64
8 82 4
$ $, 7 63
I 7 4J!
8 04 7
8 091 8 04 ! 7 36
1 M- S 10 7 In
8 66 7 t
8 64 7 62
8 794! I 8 16 7 06
Receipts and disposition of live stork
at the I'nlon Stock Yards, South Omaha,
Neb., for twenty-four hour ending at 8
o'clock p. nt., yesterday;
RKCTS1 VT l.'AR''.
Cattle. llogs.Bhp Jlrses.
C., M. St r 1 8
Vnion Pacific 62
C. e N. W., eaat.. $
A N. W . west., r,
C, St. P. M. O
C, 1.4. & U , east.. 2
C, R. A. W., west.. 267
C, R. I. A P., east $
C R. I. P . west 4
Chicago Ot. West
4 94 $
27 ri '7
t .. 1
62 134 12
Total receipts 428
ttle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morri i Co
Swift A Oo
Cudahy Packing Co...
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co
Renton, V. A L
Hill A Son
F. a. Lewi
Huston A Co
J. B. Root & Co
J. H. Rulla
U F. Huh
MoCreary & Kellogg..
Werthclmcr A Degen.,
H. F. Hamilton
Mo. A Kansas Calf Co,
600 479 1.717
Baker, Jones & Smith...
Total 7,120 $.1161 21,644
CATTLE Receipt thl morning were
quite large, 42 cars being reported In.
This la the heaviest run reported so far
at thl point sine tha opening of th
range season, and is in fact the heaviest
of any day thus far thl year. At the
same time other market point were very
largely supplied so that the packers were
given a splendid opportunity to pound the
market. It ha been well understood all
along that packer have been anxious to
see a lower rang of prices a the con
sumption of beef ha been greatly cur
tailed at the big consuming center on
account 01 tne prevailing nigh price.
Packer hare been blamed to a large ex
tent by th public press for beef being so
high. It waa therefor no more than
what wa to be expented when buyer
took the bear aide thl morning In an
effort to force price downward. It goes
without saying that th trad wa very
slow and dull as seller were unwilling to
make concessions without a fight and It
was well along toward midday before
enough cattle had changed hands to
really establish quotations.
. When tha cttl began moving It was at
price generally 10dil&c, lower than laat
week's close. This means that the market
on most kinds of cattle was around 201jr38
lower than cn Monday of last week.
Quotations on cauls: Oood to ohoiee
corn fed beeves. $9.60r&10.10; fair to good
cornfed beeves, $8.7600 60; common to
fair cornfed beeves. $7.764?. 75; good to
choice rsng steers, $H.SVu8.00; fair to
good rang steers, $8.7&(tf'7.60: good lo
choice grass heifers, $6,6027.76; good to
cholc grass cows, $6.26(7.26; fair to
good grades, $6606.26: common to fair
grade. $2.506.&0; good to choice stock
ers and feeders, $7.75C6.!0, fair to good
looker and feeders. $7.00if7.76; common
to fslr atocker and feeder, $6 2fft7.0;
took cow and heifer. $6.2&g7.g6; stock
calve, $6.608.60; veal calves, $7.00(9
10.26; bulla, slags. ta, J4.7ltf7.00.
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
No. At. Pr. No. Ar. rr.
1 Ml 00 6 M IK
T 114 4 40 1 11J0 $ Oa
COWS AND HEIFERS.
U Ml I 00
low IM I IM T 0
1 UN t 60
1 820 00
STOCK ERS AND FEEDERS.
11 4m 7 00 to igoo T 40
II i T II
2 teer....1260 8 26
9 feeder.. 877 6 60
I bull 1876 6 60
$7 cow 80$ $9$
7 cow sol 4 3U
11 heifer.. . 972 10
1 cow 920 6 60
29 a. A hf.. 885 6 90
$ cow 10,$ & 60
6 cows 1010 6 60
19 heifers... 847 6 60
feeder. .1031 7 $6
1116 7 00 2 steer.... 796 8 00
2 heifer.. .1136 7 76
1 cow 974 6 16
61 steer.... 666 6 60
42 steer.... 876 6 60
2 cow $90 4 26
4 cow H-J2 4 60
26 steers.... 84 60
H'-HJS Receipt were moderate even for
a Monday, only about ilxty-oue cars, or
4,C0u head, being received. Thl 1 ilghtly
smaller than last week, but is a gain of
600 head 'over a year ago.
On tha strength of the light supplies
shippers bought a few of tha best hogs
early at 6i10c higher prices, paying a
high aa )tlli for some good weighty
butcher. Packer were practically life
lea through the early part of the fore
noon, in tact, It wa well along toward
11 o'clock before they even made a bid.
Salesmen had been asking good stlft
prices all morning, and when buyer
finally started offering figures that were
anyway a dime lowxr nothing was cashed
lor some little time. By this time, how
ever, shipper were clear out of the
market and with tho whole thing to them
selves killers had all the best of It, so that
while values did finally show a little
more itrength the bulk of the supply had
to move at jirlce that were anyway a
Moat of th sul were mad at $8 76,
bulk being qouied at $S.70,u .80. There
were a few scattering sales all th way
up to the top, $9.16.
No. A. B. P. Nb
u t0 ... I 70 80. .
At. h. Pr.
114 ... I 00
. .20 ... I 18 p.
.174 40 I 71 77
40 I SO
10 I 10
to $ so
.. I 00
.. I 10
in J! I
40 1 :
.to lw 1 "t
..mi ... 4 n,
..! 10 H
..So. ... ?S
. ii 40 71
..114 h in
..Ut 10 I it
..3M 12 TI
. . ... I 7t
II 40 I U
in 160 I ao
ui ... in
m ivi 1 m
K4 14 I M
too ... 0 00
141 ... $ 1
11 ... U
9 feeder.. H 7 4)
1 bull 1S40 5 40
1 heifer.... M0 u)
21 heifers... 071 2!
18 heifers... M0 6 5i
$ feeders.. W lu
I oow 900 t 71
3$ heifer. .. Iv4 la)
1 heifer.... fi0 S 50
3 feeder.. IM 7 II
4 cow 10r7 4 40 cow 7011 4 40
1 cow 11M1 6 16 2 cow 10,10 6 1;,
1 cow SHO $16 I eoa..... !7i" 6 26
H C. Puis. Nebraska.
1 froder... 440 7 2S 1 i-ow S40 6 26
4 feeder.. M7 8 76 8 heifer... 670 6 3S
2 bullo 13S6 6 76 8 cows hKI6 6 01
R. S. Hamaker Nebraska.
17 feeder.. 1123 7 8 feeder.. 99J 7 30
J. P Allen Nebraska.
13 feeders.. 9iVt 6 96 6 feeders.. 964 6 9T
1 feeder... 9fl N I cow 1000 6 rt
R. Haney Nebraska.
18 feeders.. 1261 7 of 20 fee.ler. .116 7 40
11. Shlmrk Nebraska.
18 heifers ... 840 6 30
George Stea-art Nebraska
19 heifers... S14 6 90 Scow 968 6 30
II feeders.. 906 7 10
Homer Ren South Dakota.
30 feeders.. 82n 7 40
J. L Duskell Wyoming.
46 Kteers ...oM 7 86 46 steers ...1068 7 36
SHEEP-In face of a liberal run of sbeei
and lambs for a Monday amounting to as
many as 36,000 head as compared with
14.893 a week ago and 21 71 a year ago,
I'ticea on both shenn and lambs were nat
urally considerably lower this morning
Chicago wa liberally supplied and a de.
rune In prices waa reporter! from there.
About one-third of the local receipts con
slsted of feeder offrrlims mostly from
Wyoming The fat stuff was nearly nil
lambs, there being comparatively few
aed sheen of any kind hnre. Such mutton
offerings as were on sale consisted for the
most part of ewes.
It took a little time for seller" to sort
their offerings ready for the packer buy
ers, but once reaoy to no business they
were willing to let loose at prices fullv
2HJ.V.C lower on fat lambs and 1frit2.V! off
on mutton Trade In general was fairly
active at the decline, consenuentl v the
clearance could be described a season
able. The range on lamb prices was
largely at I7.50U7 80 and that on ewes at
While quite a few feeder nfferlngn
howed up there were plenty of buyers
for them resulting in an active traie on a
brain aeneral v weak to a dime lower
Feeding lambs sold at a rang at $6.76
Quotation on ranse heep and lambs
Iambs, good to choice. $7.76df7 90; lambs,
fair to good. $7.60tfl"7.7S; lnmbs, feeders,
$6 76117.30; yearlings, got d to choice, $6 05
W6.26: vearl nil, fn r to rood. 86.nMfa.10:
yearlings, feeders. $6oD8.86; wethera, good
to choice f7twti; wetners, tair to
good, $..6(W6 78; wethera feeders, $4.V.fl
4 76: ewe, aooil to tholce. 8.vii4m.4!: ewes.
fair to good, $4.9ffi6.16; ewe, feeders,
No A. Pr.
768 Idaho lamb 72 7 60
CHICAGO LIVB STOCK MARKET
Cattle Mostly Lower Hon Steady
CHICAGO, Aug. 24 -4-ATTLB-necelpt.
19.000 head; market mostly 10c lower;
beeves, $6,60(ffil0.60; ateers, $6 264BH.30; tock
er and feeders, $6.Sfi4l00; cow and
heifer, $370iti0.10; calves, $7.6010.60.
HOGS- Receipt, 82,000 head; market
steady: hulk of vales. $8.90(O.30; light.
r.90ifra.3R: mixed. $8 66it0.40; heavy. $8.60
: rough, $x 60dps.70: pigs, $7.oot.60.
hHEBP and lAMJiB Heraipt. a5.tiu
head; market weak, mostly 2i!o to 800
lower; sheep. $60iVo6.l; yearling. $6.80611
6.80; lambs, $6.40.t&. ,
Kansas (itr I.lve Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Aug. 27.-OATTLK Re
ceipts. 19,000 head; market lower; prima
fed steers, $9.6641 10.46; dressed beef steers,
$H.(VVti0 Ml; western stoers, 6.40fl(9 26; stock
ers and feeders. 8VhMl'S.20; bulls, $5.26
8.76; calves, $0.6Ofl0.76.
HOOS Receipts, 6.000 head: market
higher: bulk of sales, $9.l"wljU2r; heavy.
$9.irKii..T0; packers and butchers, $9.10
9.80; light, 9KVf,0.S0; plKs. $x.2!f(ft.7n.
SHEEP AND LAM US Receipts, 8.000
head: market lower: lambs. i;.60ft7.96:
yearlings. $5.9Mf.66: wether. $a.26(Se.tO;
nt. I.onl Lle Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. $4.-CATTLB-Ri-
eelpt. 7,800 head: market steady; native,
beef steers, 87.6OW10.4O: cows and heifers.
$6.00; Blockers and feeders, $6.01X37.50;
southern steers, $6.0011. 26; cow snd heif
ers, $40tkff6.b0; native calve. $6.(pl0.f0.
HCMJS Rocelpts, 8,700 head; market
higher; pig and lights, $7.009.4(1; mixed
and butcher, $9,0549.46; good heavy, $9.20
BIIEKP AND IMMTIB-Raoelpts. 3.800
head; market steady to 16c lower; native
muttons, $4.00516.26; lamb, $7.oo$.15.
Sloaa City Lire Stork Markr.t.
SIOITX CITY. Aug. 24.-CATTL.E-Re-celpts,
4,000 head; market 60 to loo lower;
native (tear. $9.25j'10.00; oow and heifers,
$4.00tf.4r: atocker and feeders, $6.60(i?43;
calve, $8.00(810.60; hulls, stags, etc., $6.75
HOGS Receipts, 4,K"n head: no tone to
market; heavy, $3.7fxle9.fl0; mixed. $8.724V((
8.76: light, $8.6uj.724; bulk of sale, $8.75
SHEEP AND LA MBS Receipts, 100
head; no quotation.
OH and Kusln.
NEW YORK. Aug. 24.-ROSIN-Nom-Innl;
strained, common to good, $3.76.
TURPENTINE Easy j machine barrel,
SAVANNAH, On., Aug. 24. TURPEN
TINE Nominal, 464c; no cale; receipts,
206 barrels; shipment, 22 barrel; stocks,
ROBIN Nominal: no sale; receipt. 602
barrel; shipment, S6 barrel; storks,
118.792 barrls. Quotation: A and R, $3 60;
C and D, $3 624; E, F, l, H and I, $3 66;
K, $4 IS; M, $4 60; N. $6.00; WU, $6.25; WW,
OMAHA, Aug. 24 Rank rlearlng for
Omaha todoy were $3,720,646.09 and for the
corresponding day last year $2,763,808.29.
NEW YX)RK, Aug. 24.-BUOAR Raw,
weak; centrifugal, $5.76; molasses, M.U;
List Reveals Heavy
Losses in Battles
LONDON, Aug 24. In a dispatch from
Copenhagen the correspondent of th
Daily Mail says the sixth list of Giriman
casualties waa published Saturday. It
contain the name of 823 killed and
The heaviness of the German lossen In
the war, the correspondent ny, la shown
by the fact that only 100 out of 1.000 sol
dier from Roatock returned ally from
The stables on th Berlin race cours
have been transformed Into a military
lazaretto and tha race course restaurant
has been made Into a hospital, with 600
bed. All the hospitals at Shandau, In
the uburb of Berlin, already are ovor
crowded with wounded.
Is Alive and Well
(Copyright, 1914, Pre Publishing Co )
IXXNDON. Aug. 24.-Spelal Cablegram
to Now York World and Omaha Hee.)
Roland Garros, the French aviator, who
was reported early In the war as having
driven his monoplane through a German
iteppelln, killing twenty-odd Oerman
ud himself. Is alive and well, according
to a tory the Chronicle has from It cor
rtspondent at The Hague.
The spectacular exploit never occurred,
It 1 said. A friend of hi on a Dutch
paper definitely located Garroa within
the last few day.
AMERICANS ARE ABLE
TO PASS EXAMINATIONS
PARIS. Aug. 24.-A1I the American
who thu far have Bought to enlist In the
French army have been found physically
fit and In excellent condition for aervlc.
The English were next in physical effi
ciency to the Americans. Th greatest
rejection among the volunteer ha been
the Russians, many of whom suffered
from defective vision. Poles and Italians
were next la order with disabilities.
RAIN GENERAUYER STATE
Heavy Precipitation Boon to Fann
ers for Crops and Plowing.
CORN IS DAMAGED Iff PLACES
terra Hnffrred Daring: Hot Wind
and Pry Spell In 81ome, Localities,
While In Others It la Far
Heavy rains were pretty general over a
greater portion of NeTirwrka Saturday
night, with showers Sunday. This, added
to the precipitation reported by the rail
roads for Inst week Is asserted to have
put tha ground In excellent condition for
fall plowing in most localities. The report
of the Hurllngton show that last week
the rainfall In Nebraska ranged from cne
half to three Inches, tho greatest amount
of precipitation being In the country
around Grand Island, Harvard, Pauline,
Erieson. Superior and Rrunlng.
The Rurllngton's report places th Ne.
braska corn crop as follows, the estimate
being made on the basis of a tcn-yctr
Omaha division. .: Lincoln, K2; Wy
more, 74: M-Cook, 70 per cent
The report made by a party of operat
ing and traffic officials who were over
the Nebraska lines Inst week shows tht
tho late corn has not been damaged by
tho recent dry and hot weather. It la as
sorted that early corn Is seriously dam
aged only In a very few places and over
only very limited area. It la also as
serted that those peraon living within the
area where damage has been sustained
are extending the tain of their misfortune
to a much greater extent than the fact
would .lustily. At the same time th
more fortunate farmers are spreading
good news and the reporta of excellent
The report Indicate that the potato crop
Is not coming up to the averagw and that
the ylnld. lake the state a a whole, will
not exceed 76 per cent of the normal yield.
Meadows are In much better condition
than the average for thl season of th
year. What Is true of tha meadows 1
true of the range.
Cash Wheat Goes
Almost to Dollar
on Local Market
Dollar cash wheat wa ilmnai Ma.Ki
on tha Omaha market Monday. It touched
w cent, one car having been sold at this
price, with the bulk of the sales around
9J1T980. Prices were tmna- feom K.
start, with comparatively light receipts.
utuuH niiy-one cars or wheat, 149
of corn and fifty-nine of oat on sale,
Tha advance, traders asserted, was due
to th fact that the export movement haa
started strong nd that tha warring coun
tries of Kurope have found a way to tak
over United States grain. Tl Wsiai nnaAa
on the exchange that the New Orlean
pon wa open for export and that tha
clearance there Wore runnfnar fw- kaa Am
to tOOO.OOO bushel dally. Should this
vununuo, iraaerg look for still higher
Wires to Omaha
option strong to higher. September Satur-
oioaeo at cents and opened at
$100H. selling up to $1.01 and down to 994
cents. , .
December wheat last Saturday closed at
$1.04 and opened one-half cent higher
rUnUV0 an"5ropplng s low
a 1103V but It did not remain there,
dosing arotir.d the high point of th day.
There wa a trong demand for May,
wheat that opened weak at $1,104 'fic
tion und.r the Saturday close. During th
session It Bold ud to II uti -j.i. ,
Pioneer, is Dead
George Orman. 74 v....
Omaha and Council Bluff, tor forty,
eight years and owner of consldwabla
holdlns. of real e.tate, died Sunday after
noon at 1 o-elocg at hi home at 71$ Park
Funeral servient, wilt u - t. , M
--- -.it uj nem luesaay
afternoon at 1 o'clock at the resldene.
Baftr lr)tanA.4 .l I . .
......,,,. W11, Da jToapect H1U eeme
Bluff Epl.oopal church will preach and
Mr. W. W. Kh.-rr,.-. - - , w
Mull! will alng.
Harry o. Pnin,.. v.. ,
- "is pians ail la d
for go na to i:nin. ,
iu uouoma a war
correspondent. However, he ha changed
hi. plans. Owing to the .trlct cenorhlp
applied to all war ,. " "
.. llIMlrr Bt,ni out
lZ?U.iT' 1"m" "nced
. Homing in the bualnes. II
la now in thu .
,. . - win return to
Omaha early In September.
DIES AT ARIZONA FORT
Word hn been received hv nr.. tf.
ren Swltzler of the death f ..- w' "
In-law, Lieutenant Colonel Daniel H.
wougnton. at iron Huachuca, Art., who
died after a long 111
the Philippine Island.
Colonel Houghton graduated from th
United State military academy June II,
181. and Joined the Third cavalry, In
which he erved a captain In Cuba and
tho Philippine Islands during tha Bpan-Ish-Amerlcan
Mrs. Boughton Is the daughter of the
late General Thomas Wilson and a sis
ter of Mr. Warren Swltxler of thl city.
WATCHMAN PULLS SIGNAL
BEFORE HEART ATTACK
Feeling an attack of heart trouble com
ing upon him, Tat Hogan, American Dis
trict Telegraph watchman assigned to
Hayden', pulled the riot signal late Sun
day night and fainted. The signal flashed
In the Western I'nlon office and half a
dozen armed men responded. They found
Hogan unconscious and In a dangerou
condition. Ha wa taken to police head
quarters, where Dr. C. B. Eolts attended
him, and he was later ent home. Dr.
Folta say hi condition Is critical.
PAIGE CAR COMPANY
PRESIDENT IN THE CITY
Harry M. Jewett, preaident of the Paige
Motor Car company of Detroit, Is In
the city In the Interest of the local branch
of the concern. Th Paige company U
planning an extension campaign of No
braska, and I now appointing agent to
represent It In the various locaUtia
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