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FARM A RtXIl LAD FOR M.R
AUK YOU TIltKD OF BEING
BURNED OUT YEAli
If o, go to th Scott BluTf
country with us and buy a farm
where crop never utfer from
drouth; hm thre feet of water
for every acre of land insures a
full crop everv year.
No. t3 1) acres of the richest soil you
ever saw. Ilea armioth and level,
and very easy to Irrigate. The
Improvements consist of a 1V
story house, barn, etc. The, place
la all fenced, and all but about
two acres In aa fine a atand of
alfalfa aa you could ask for.
Price tlOU per crs and easy
No. 446 A nice little home place of 80
acres, all fenced, with a comfort
able houae of 5 or rooms, front
and back porchea. good well
water; some small fruit for fam
ily use; all but one acre can he
Irrigated. There Is about 10 acres
of nood alfalfa, 10 acres of fin
suaar beets, 10 or 12 a ret pasture,
balance In oats. This la a choice
0; only S miles from town and a
a great big harealn at 75 per acre.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
Ware Block, Omaha.
f. of?.?rAUrVPn nr- 'n,!ll'ary anue; paved
farm of 10 acres, Tn miles from Omaha; ; ih .,i,i,.i ik.
n.wv improvement!; goon terms. Aonress i
John Shannon, Wayne, Neb. Box 643.
KIM HAL, COUNTY FARMS.
All tillable ISO-acre farm nine miles
from Kimball. 3o0 acres under cultiva
tion. 1,000 fine young; trees In orchard
and round buildings. Fine house and
barn and out-bulldlng. Well and mill.
I -and Is all fenced as)d cross fenced.
Mile to school. Mall delivered within
one mil six times a week.
Price (24 per acre. This Is a bargain.
Also have other choice Improved and
BANK OF KIMBALL, Kimball. Neb.
"atch for the Klmhnl county exhibit
at the state fair.
MONTANA CAREY ACT LA.NDS-60,000
acres now open to entry In the famous
Valler valley. An excellent opportunity
for the homeseeker seeking good farm
land for general diversified farming. The
rich soil, exhilarating climate and
abundance of water tor Irrigation assures
maximum crop returns. Great for grain,
alfalfa, timothy, and for stock farming.
Ideal spot for a home. Write today for
booklet and particulars. Valler Farm
Sale company, Valler. Mont.. Box No 17.
TO INVESTORS, land brokers and
outers: McGlin Bros.. Umbrae, Minn.,
hav some Improved Minnesota farms,
rich soil, near the Iowa line, at from t
an acre upwards. Easy terms, too. Oet
FOR SALE Two farms, one-half mile
south from Zimmerman, Sherburne
county, Minnesota, 140 acres and 120 acres.
No buildings. Partly Improved. C. Meyer,
FOR SALE Two hundred acres, Gage
county. Nebraska. Phone So. 4S3, owner.
IF INTERESTED In land In southern
Iowa and southern Minnesota write the
F. L. Jones Land company, Winterset, la ,
for their list of 360 farms
OUR farm list will convince you that
w have the cheapest land, considering
oil, climate, water, markets. Sutton
Co., Seneca. Mo.
Best oauy and general crop staie la the
union; settlers wanted; lanus for sale at
low prices, on easy terms. Ask for booU-
Etate acres wanted. Write about our 1
(rasing lands. If interested in fruit lands,
ask for booklet on Apple Orchards in
Wisconsin. Address Land Dept., Soo
Llns Ry.. Minneapolis, Minn.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
CITY and farm loans, 5. V. i per cent.
J.H. Dumont & Co.. 1008 Farnam. Omaha.
WANTED-City loans. Peters Trust Co.
OMAHA home. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1014 Omaha Nat l. Douglas 2715.
GARVIN BROS Lon-'. " p"
BEE us first If you want a farm loao.
United etsten Trust Co., Omaha. Neb.
"WANTED City loans and warrant.
W. Farnam Smith &y Co., 1330 Farnam.
CI TV property. Ltrrfe loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas. ZM State Bank Bldg.
flOO to 110,000 made promptly. F. D. Wtad,
Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Sts.
HARRISON & MORTON. 916 Om. Nafl.
MONET on hand for city and farm loan.
H. W. Binder, City Nat l Bank Bldg.
fid' CITY LOANS. BemU-Carlberg Co.,
VS10-313 Brandel Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
KAVE over fifty buyer with from .VK)
to all cash for modern 6. 6 or 7-room
homes from $2,000 to 14,000. Call us at
once. Osborne Realty Co., 701-2 Omaha
Natl. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1474.
WB HAVE customers for medium and
high-priced houses, both for sale and
for rent, and would be Rlad to hear from
owners who desire to sell or rent. Will
be glad to call and see you. Phone Doug
GALLAGHER & NELSOX,
644 Brandeis Bldg. Omaha. Neb.
HAVB3 customer with 11,000 first payment
on Dundee 6 or 6-room modern home.
$3,600 to $4,600. Address P 248, Bee.
REAL ESTATE FOK EXCHANGE
Pianos for otner musical Insiru'is. i-. A)i7.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
KERR Till Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. i'X H. 17th St.
Phone Douglas 6487.
REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska- 208 Brandeis Theater.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
Living room, dining room, kitchen, den,
pantry on first floor, two nice bed rooms
n second floor, four closets, living rooms
finished In oak, furnace, combination .lx
turea, screens, cement basement, corner
lot, south front, paved street, close to
school. Price, only $i,s00. $ju cash will
handle It all right.
C. G. CARLBERG,
810-12 Brandeis Theater Bldir.
TWO NICE HOMES
rooms, modern, hardwood finish, at
So! 5 Davenport, for only $3,714).
7-room. modern cottage. 21x38, full base
ment, at 3u28 Fowler Ave. for only $3,200.
W. H. GATES,
647 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 12W.
AND ONE ACRE. $4.J0O.
Only two blocks from 24th street ear;
plenty of fruit and high and sightly loca
tion. Will take i or 6-room hnuu in .
PATNB INVESTMENT CO
Phono Douglas 178L Ware Block.
NEW, 7-room house for sal by owner
343 Wabster St. owner.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
1.5 Acres in Benson Acres
$15 Cash $12.50 Monthly
Desirable for poultry raising, garden
ing and fruit. Easy walking distance to
car. Don't delay! Acreage close to
Omaha la selling fsst.
HASTINGS A HEYDEV, 1614 Harney St.
Right Slope for Poultry
$20 Cash $15 a Month
In Benson Acres Addition, joining Ben
son: a double corner: fa'lna South and
East: on Cltftoii Drive and Uraceland !
atreets. PrH-e l.r,n.
HASTING lit Y DEN, 1CH Harr.ry Et
rkaIj f:statk act.kaoe
X acres, all In fine bearing orchard,
food ft-ioom house. Price lf.'M
16 acres; 3 acres In fruit and shrubbery,
in acres In alfalfa; extra fine Improve
ments; six blocks to street car line. I'rlc
a-rrs on houlevarj; fine view: Im
provement cost KiO Price t500.
5 acrea. lots of fmlt; giod location. Im
provements first clae. I'rlce lo.0"o.
3 acres, some fruit land: lava fine. Im
provement very good Trice 14. .V1.
I acres, same looatln as last named;
all in fruit. I'rlce 4.'-.V).
31 acres; on paved street, Juat outside
city limits; rood 6-rooin houae. Trice
II acres at Benson, unlmrroved. Price
O 'Neil's R. E. & Ins. Agency,
1S06 Farnam St. Phone Tyler VV.
Buy nn Aero of Ground
There la no other acreage so well and
favorably located as our
"Benson Acres Addition"
$10 (.'ash Buys nil Acre
I llfl s month with per cent Interest.
I pays for it. Price, t40 to W.V0; nothing:
I Joining the city on the northwest. Mill
rn.d n..c. thrniurh
nnrihw.'.t inrnr thu
Roantiful k.,-.i p.rU- i-im,-,,, :
will make an Ideal route for street car
line when extended from present ter
minus. Ideal country home sites: nothing bet
ter anywhere for poultry, gardening and
HASTINr.8 & HF.YPEN. 1614 Harney St
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
MOPERN house, almost new, hardwood
finish: corner lot; ts X. Owner, S18 8.
I.ith. Phona Tyler IlfflW,
Six-room, modern. !-atory house, hand
somely finished and decorated and In tip
top condition. Onk finish downstairs;
rarnge: east front lots; one-half block
from Wool worth Ave.; paving paid.
I Tyler 15.W. 2-10-12-14 State Bank Bid?.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDK
We have an IDEAL HOME on the top
of the hill on Farnam Street, between
4Sth and 49th; 30 blocks west of the city
hall, In a splendid neighborhood of new
homes. Read the description and realise
that Its location Is Ideal:
Enameled laundry tubs.
Living room 15x26.
Den on first floor.
One bodroom 124x19.
One bedroom 11x17.
One bedroom 11x11.
Beautiful oak floors.
The number Is 4823 Farnam St. Come
out TODAY and look it over. Just being
Charles W. Martin & Co.,
748 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Tyler 187: Webster HOna on Sunday.
Near th and Burt Pts. This house
was built by day work for a home and
has the best of material and workman
ship, combined with the moat modern
plans and conveniences. Haa aaphaltlc
shlnsli roof, pructlcally everlasting. Sid
ing of shingles and stucco. Great, big
front porch. Large living room with
fireplace and built-in bookcases. Extra
big dining room, with costly built-in
sideboard. Four bedrooms and enclosed
sleeping porch. South front lot, with
beautiful shHde trees. Paving paid. Price
$5,760. Much less than value of house or
Tyler 153K. 20S-1U-12-14 Slate bank Bldg.
Must Be Sold
New modern frame and stucco, oak and
birch finish; three bedrooms and sleeping
porch; corner lot; paved street; complete
throughout: hig bargain.
OWNER. Douglas 152.
West End Bargain
In a New Home
PRICE OCT $."ifl0 on a new, 7-room, all
modern, high class residence; large living
room with built-in bookcaaes, dining room
with built-in buffet, beamed ceilings,
large kitchen, pantries and Icebox room,
all flntt-hed in oak with oak floors; 4
large bedrooms on the second floor, one
an enclosed sleeping porch, quartered oak
floors and mahogany doors, high class
hardware, tile bath room, also tile vesti
bule, good floored attic, full cement base
ment with fruit closet and coal bins. This
house Is exceptionally well built; all wood
work thoroughly rubbed with piano fin
ish, and is an exceptional home bargain.
Price $6,500. Don't miss this.
Glover & Spain
919-20 City National. Douglas 3982.
High Class Lots Cheap.
Webster and &th Sts, paving, all Im
provements: Ames Ave. and 38th St., all
Improvements. Tel Douglas 152.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
100 Ft. Frontage
2 Lots in Dundee
Located In the highest part of Dundee,
overlooking the country In all direction;,
also the city of Omaha; nicely 'terraced
lot: on paved street: in a good locality.
Owner will sell these two choice lots for
$2,0u0, or will sell one separately for $1,000.
Can arrange terms.
HASTINGP r HKYDr.N. 1814 Harney St.
Advertising is the pendu
lum that keeps buying
and selling in motion.
Invest Your Money With Us
In our new profit-sharing plan.
In amount of 1100 or :uor and
b assured at least
See or wilt us about It
HASTIRGS & HEYDEN
1614 UBIIT iraEii.
' k.'Hli;.,.Hyi7Vl. fj
THK HKK: OM
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Practically No Wheat Newi from
Abroad to Encourage Market
DULUTH RETORTS A DULL PIT
stalk of ArtlTlty In Drm Kotur-es,
fbtwlti farther Weakness In
Comparison to Spring
OMAHA, Sept. 10, 1914.
There was little wheat news from
abroad yeeterday to encourage the hold
ers of that gain In this country. A cable
from Broomhall reported the wheat mar
ket at Liverpool aa under pressure and
the feeling weak at the declines estab
lished. The spot price In the big English
market was reported as having lost M
In price since the close of last Saturday.
It was also reported that Indian and
American offers of wheat were larger,
with the spot situation quite mtak.
While the Chicago market was closed to
business yesterday on account of primary
lection, the smaller marts of the country
were open to business, and thev were not
J unlike a rudderless steamer, without the
quotations, a report was re-
rie.i irorp Minneapolis mat tne unex
I rcten strengtn shown there at the open-
g was caused bv buvina from Chirao-o
and Kansas City: that countrv millers
alao bought ome wheat there: that hedg
ing sales were exceedingly IWht. and In
consequence there was covering by pit
shorts. Winnipeg wheat was s-.rong be
cause of the rains In western Canada and
it was also Influenced by local sentiment.
The volume of trade both at Minneapolis
and Duluth was small.
Duluth reported a slow and tedious
market there In the absence of Chicago
quotations, with the hulk of the business
In durum futures, which showed further
weakness compared with the sprlna: that
I there was some buying bv shippers of the
septmner future, but that It wss mostly
hedged In the December; that the qual
ity of the receipts at Duluth are not
good, and that nlth the principal de
mand for No. 1 northern, the low grades
are gradually going to further discounts.
Minneapolis mcssavea reported tight
money in the northwest as forcing out
the carrying charges there
A special report Issued by the Vnlted
Rates Department of Agriculture says
that the seeding of winter wheat should
be delayed as long as possible this fall
to combat the Hessian fly wherever that
pest Is present.
In the absence of a good demand for
meats and lard, the market for hog
products may be railed discouraging to
the holders of these products. Stocks of
provisions In Chicago are liberal, and
they are likely to Increase unless for
eigners come In and purchase freely.
Whfat was Vfilc loner.
Corn was Walc lower.
Oats were lifimc lower.
These cash anlcs were reported todav:
Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 8 cars, tl.W;
1 car. $1.07. No. 3 hard winter: 2 cars,
$1.0714: 12 cars. $1.06',. No. 4 hard winter:
1 car. $104S; 1 car. $1.04,; 1 car. $1.03 No.
4 spring: 1 car. $I.10V. Corn No. 1 white:
2 cars. 74Vc; No. 1 yellow: 1 car. 784je:
No. 3 yellow: I cars, 73c. No. S yellow: 2
cars. 724c No. yellow: 2 cars, 72c. No.
1 mixed: 4 cars, 724c, No. 1 mixed: 1 car,
72M-C No. 1 mixed: t cars, 724c No. 8
mixed: 1 car. 7mc. Oata No. 3 white: 1
car. 47c. Standard: 2 cars. 464c No. S
white: 7 cars, 4S4-; 28 cars. 4tiVc No. 4 I
white: 9 cars. 46c. No. J mixed: 1 car, 48c.
No grade: 1 car (harley mixed), 4ftc.
Clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 1,12000 bushels; corn. 14,000 bush
els: oata, 443.000 bushels.
Liverpool closed: Wheat lc higher; corn
Primary wheat receipt were . 5.892,000
bushels and shipments 2R45.ono bushels,
sealnst receipts of l.OnS.Ono bushels, and
shipments of 783,000 hushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 1.944.0000
bushels and shipments Ma 000 bushels,
against receipts of 811.000 bushels and
shipments of 621.000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 3.847,000 bush
els and shipments 2.399.000 bushels, against
receipts of 860.000 bushels and shipments
of 665,000 bushels last year.
Chicago 368 810 809
Omaha 34 13 51
St. Louis 107 30 67
Winnipeg ! 1.067
Omaha Caah Prlcea Wheat: No. 3
hard, $1,0641.11; No. S hard. $l.iV1.10:
No. 4 hard, 1l.OCKff1.0S4; No. 2 spring, $1.07
61.124; No. 3 spring, 1.0tfi 1.114; No. 4
spring. $.04Vitfl.lO'4: No. 2 durum. $l.i)2Vi
1034; No. 3 durum. $1.01H& l.02v. Corn:
No. 1 white, 74i8744c; No. 2 white, 74
74c: No. 3 white. 73V74'; No. 4 white.
T34ia"3ic; No. 6 white, 73'(6734c; No. 6
white. 73B734c; No. 1 yellow, 73'. (8734c :
No. 2 vellow, 73?i73'4e; No. S yellow. 72
f73c; No. 4 vellow, 724S7244c: No. 6 yel
low, 72',Ci'724e: No. 8 yellow, 7Hiffl72v No.
1 mixed. 72',g724c; No. 2 mixed. 2(a734e:
No 3 mixed. 711J724c: No. 4 mixed 71H
i72c; No. f m'xed. 71W'S,71e; No. fl
mixed. 7lft714c Oats: No. 2 white. 46 1
47c; standard, 46, fHRHo; No. t white, 4t'.3
464c: No. 4 white. 4.V(nMc Barley: Malt
ing 7"rf7Dc; No. 1 feel, 6ftaiV7c. Hye: No.
2, 904i&91c; No. 3, M'lS'.'lc; no. s, wB'"c.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
$1.550 50x135 ft., south frontage on Cali
fornia St., near 62d, overlooking
Happy Hollow flub grounds. One
block from the car line. (Iti of
the cheapest lota In this block.
$1,50050x135 ft., fronting north on Cali
fornia St.. near 61st St. First
class neighborhood. All specials
puld. Sightly location.
$1,10050x135 ft., fronting south on Cuming
St. between 50th and 61st Sts.
Cheapest lot In the block. Con-
. , . ia.ik
l,wu-ror a seievi.un u ..........
ft arh fronting north on Mch-
olss St. Close to the new boule -
vsrd and affording an extensive
view of the country to the north,
west and aouth.
Reaaonable terms can be arranged
on the above lots at these low rashiTekamah
George & Company
902 City National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 756.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
Built to Live In
Five rooms and bath, well planned,
well built, well located. Hardwood fin
ish; beat of plumbing fixtures; completely
decorated; shades, screens; everything
complete: fine cellar: splendid fumkc;
good attic; south front lot; paved street;
two blocks from car; genuine bargain.
Can be bought for as little aa $500 down.
208-10-12-14 State Bank Bldg
R. H. LANDER YOU, real
a nee: moved to 201 Nevllla
. D. 360.
I-ROOM houa, rent tor I16.su. must be
old at once: 13u0 will handle It. H. 471 L
Homes Built and
E:tsy Payment Plan
Will furnish th money and build you a
horn to order and draw plans 10 suit
your taste. Will build on your lot or
;ny lot you seleit. Telephone for partlcu
I Webster 3370 o
1 1R KALE Nearly new rnndern ,-rooni
house, Urge lot, i atonahlv. Ttrnm A
A. Kaibns. Vera, Neb.
MIA, KHIDAY. SKITOM
nut .;o KRAI (Ml rROVIIO
Feat area of the Tradlac ana? I loal j
Friers on Board of Trade.
CHICAUn. Sept M Wheat suffered a
decided setback In prd" today, mainly be
cause of a movement In congress to sus
pend the Import duty on that cereal. The
market cloned hea y, MiiV lower than
Tuesday night. Other leading si spies un
derwent a seveie net decline corn 17'-c
to li.'V. omIs, J'ttfi'V-. and provisions.
Before news came from Washington In
regard to an attempt to remove the tariff
or wheat the market here. Influenced by
a notnhle lack of speculative iffcrln..
! had scored a sham advance, reaching !v
above Tuesday's final figures Differ
ences between the top prices of the ses
sion and the lowest level, subsequently
showed an extreme tumble of 4c a
Corn had poor supiort and was handi
capped by a bearish construction placed
or. the government crop report, the cell-
mated yieui neing larger man rsprcirn.
Trace talk and the break In other grain I
carried down oats. Many stop-loss orders i
were executed on the decline j
BlK liquidating sales by holders made
me provision niarnei rrr on a prmi
pen'c. Brokera. presumably acting for
packers, tried to stem the tide at tlmea,
but met with only Indifferent success. The
flurry came about chiefly because of the
weakness In grain.
Ornln prices furnished by Tgan
Brvan office Sis South Sixteenth strete:
Arll.-lei Open. Hlgh. Low. flos. Ves'y.
fept.l 1 13
Dec '1 UifilS
1 14 1 1V
1 2241 1 244
Corn I I
Pept . I7SW
Rept.19M 1K I 19 M 19 .V
Jan.. 22 6T-oO 22 W I SI 20 ' 21 20
. .... I
Sept.l 80 I 9 824! 17t
Oct.. I 10 024! 10 014
Jan. . I 10 75 I 10 74 I 10 OS
Ribs I I I
Sept. 112 2fi-10i 12 25 I 12 00
Oct.. I 11 9 11 Pfi I 11 80
Jan.. I 11 50 I II 5241 11 05
OMAHA 9C.1EH8k HAKKRT,
BITTER No. 1 l-lo. cartons, Sle; No.
1, 60-lb. tubs. 30c.
CHEESE Imported Swiss. 40c; Ameri
can Swlsa, I8c; block Swiss, 24c; twins,
18c; daisies. 184c; triplets, 184c: Young
Americas. 20c; blu label brick, 19o; llm
burger. 2-lb., 20c; 1-lb.. 20o; New York
white, 19c; Imported French Roquefort.
FISH Trout, 17o; large crapples, V9
15c; salmon. UtT15c; halibut, 4o: channel
ce.tflsh. 15c; pike, 17c; pickerel. 10c.
POCLTRY Broiler, 154c; spring chick
ens, 14c; hens, 124c; cocks, 9c; ducks, l')c;
peese, 8c; turkeys, 124c; pigeons, per dox.,
90c; ducks, full feathered 10c; geese, full
feathered, 8c; squaba. No. 1, $1.60; No. 2,
BEEF CITS-No. 1 rib. 21c; No 2 ribs,
16c: No. 3 rlba, 13c; No. 1 loins, Hc: No.
2 loins. 174c: No. 8 loins. 144c; No. 1
chuck. 12c: No. 2 chucks. 104c; No. 8
chucks, 10c; No. 1 rounds. 15V; No. 2.
rounds. 14c: No. 3 rounds? 13c; No. 1
plates. 8c; No. 2 plates, 8c; No. 8 plates,
Market quotations furnished by Olllnskl
FRI ITS Orange, extra lancy Valen
cia. 96s. 112s. 126s. 150. 17s. 200.1 and
2Hm, $3.75 per box; Red Ball Valenclas. all
slses, $3 50 per box. 1cmona, fancy isais,
SiiOs, $8.00 per box; 420s, $6.M per box. Ap
ples, Belief lower. 4-tler. $1.60 per box;
Pelleflowers,- 4-tler, 6 box lots. $1.55 per
box; Belleriowere, 4-tler, 10 box lots $1.50
per box; fancy Washington "Y" hrand
Grimes, per box. $1.75; California Seed
lings, per box, $1.60. Quinces, California,
$1.75 per box. Cantaloupes, Cali
fornia Standards, $2.00 per crate; Jumbos,
$1.75 per crate; ponys, $1.50 per crate; Colo
redo Burwell cantaloupes. $1.0 per erste.
Watermelons, lo per lb. Plums, Italian
prunes, $1.35 per crate; 5-crat lots, $1.30
per crate; 10-crate lots or more. $1.25 per
crate; Hungarian or Gross prunes. $1.50
per crate. Teaches. Callforn' Plway
peaches. 65c per box; 100-box lot. 60c per
box; Waahlngton Elbertaa. 65c per box;
100-box lota, 624c Pr box; 600-box lots,
siv. nr hox. Pear. California Clarglous.
$2 00 per box; 6-box lots, $1.95 per box; 10
box lots or more, $1.90 per box; Washing
ton extra fancy. H.uu per nox 10-nox 101s,
$1 90 per box; 25-box lots. $1.85 per box: ex
tra fancy Rogue river Bartletts. $2.25 per
box. Grapes. Malagas. California. $1.35
per box; 5-crate lots, $1.30 rer box; 10
crate lots or more, $1.25 per box: Tokays,
tl HI ner box: 5-crat lots. $1.40 Per box;
10-crate lots or more, $1.35 per box; home
grown grapes, per Dasaei. ic; '-DaaKei
lots 18c Pananaa, per hunch. $1.76i).1.50.
VEGETABLES Cauliflower. Denver.
l?iic ner lb. Cabbage. 24e per lb. Onions.
24c per lb. Peppers, 60n per basket. Fancy
tomatoes, two per oasset. Lurumoers,
hothouse, 2 dos. basket. 76c. New beet,
carrote, turnips, 25c per dos. Celery,
Michigan, 36c per dos.; Denver. Jumbo,
$1.00 per dos. Head lettuce, 50r4y$1.50 per
dos.; leaf, 40c per dos." Onions, home
grown, 15c per dot. Radishes, 60c per dos.
Garlic. Italian, 20c per lb. Horseradish,
$1.05 per case. Shelled popcorn, 4o per th.
Asparagus, home-grown, per dos., market
price about 90c per dos. New potatoes,
85c per bu. Virginia sweet potatoes, 13.75
per bbl.; Alabama, $1.50 per hamper.
NUTS-Salted peanuta, $! 5'i per case;
No. 1 California walnut. 1S4 per lb.;
pecans, 124c per lb.; filberts, 15c per lb.;
almonds. 20c per lb.
MIHCELLANF.OJ'S Sugar walnut dates
$1.25 per box. Limes $1.75 per basket.
Cracker.lack. $3.50 per case; per half case,
$1.75. Checkers, $3.50 per case; per half
Corn ! Wheat Region Dalletla.
Corn snd wheat region bulletin of th
tTnlted Slate Department of Agriculture,
weather bureau, at Omaha, for th twenty-four
hour ending at $ a. in-, 76th
meridian time, Thursday, September 10:
Station. High. Low.
'Grsnd island., so
, - ...a,
Sioux City. la.. 68
Vo Included In averages.
temperature for twelve-hour period end
Ing at 6 a. m.
No. of -Temp. Rain-
District. Stations, high. Low. fall.
Omaha. Neb 17 76 0 1.20
Rains were general In the corn and wheat
region during the last twenty-rour noura,
and falls nf one Inch or more occurred at
a number of elation In eastern Nebraska
and western Iowa. TemperAtur changes
erv unimportant. Average for districts
other than Omaha wer not received.
Local Forecaster Wathr Bureau.
Mlaaeapoll Oral Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Kept. 10 WHEAT
September wheat advanced 4o after th
opening but suffered a decline.
CORN No. 2 yellow, 7W"6c.
OATS-No S whit 4M4iiP4M,C.
FLAX $1 52rl 6H'.
HA RLE Y liO'rt'lc.
4 of fee Market.
NEW YORK. Sept. 10.-COFFEE-Th
coffee market was easier today. Recent
developments spp ar to have created In
creased confidence In sufficient arrivals
from lira ill to prevent any actual scarc
ity of coffe her and buyer are said to
be holding off. Holder of better grades
of the crop are still asking big prem
iums over the cost and freight market,
but spot quotations here wer generally
low at 7o for Rio 7 and UVo for San
tos i. The Rio market was 25 rei lower
at the clone yesterday but the riants
curb was unchanged at Itl'ti for 4s. Re
ceipts ut ti e two Ilrasll an ports were
'-'l.iirti bunr: lundlahy receipts, 3i.co bags, i
tt I'uulu KiC tJ to'lity wtrt i4,i' bajis.
I 1 1N4! 1 US
I I lV 1 144
1 2.V 1 23
4j 77 V 75Sj
I 49S 47l
HEll li, 1914.
OMAHA LIYEJWCK MARKET
Cattle Do Not Show Very Much
Change for the Day.
HOGS STEADY TO FIVE HIGHER
Roth bee and I .a nib Ten tn Flf
teen lent II la her and Knlrly
Aetlve Heller at Ike
SOl'TH OMAHA. Sept. 10, 1M4.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
. ,.U l.w 24,f
Four days this week.21.3C
.Kama daa last week. J4.il
name dava ! wk. ago.Il.TW
pAme a W,. ago. 17. 121
Same dava 4 wk. ago lP.ftfA
d.v, year. iM.567
The fnllowlns table shows the receipts of
rsttle. hogs and sheep Bt the South Omaha
live stock market for the year to date, as
compared with last year:
1914 P1 Inc. Dec.
Cattle 552.450 598.020 42.574)
Hog 1,737.850 1.929,t ll.i
Sheep 1.112.981 1637,043 175.938
Th following table hoa th prices for
hogs at th South Omaha live eioca mar.
ksl for th last few days, with compari
Date. I 1914 11913. Wt 11911. '1910 11900.1190
Aug. It I $ 80 8 041 7 25 $ Mi
I T 98. I 101 7 16 $ 6i. T !
l! 8 82
I Ul 7 fl 84' T 82
$ 7941 7 91 17 101 70
8 784 7 87 $ 26 7 12j I 67
8 744 7 91 $ ail 8 9
7 7! 84
7 60 6 53
7 83 41
1 C9I 6
I 84l 7 ?! 311 7 13!
a am TW.11 xl 7 l&l 1 11
I 1 8 .V. 7 11 t Oil 7 73l
8 994 8 29 7 02 8 941 7 77 M
974 7 8? 7 07 $ 791 7 8!l 44
2. 1 I 4S
7 87 8 37 7 III 'l 1 'l '
3.1 8 8441 7 60! 8 271 I 8 Ml 7 87 M
4. 1 8 7241 7 64 8 24, 7 171 I 7 , 01
6.1 S 62V, 7 731 8 23! 7 08 9 02 6 61
6.1 7 80 8 271 6 92! 9 17! 7 $7
7.1 8 66 8 Su 6 94 , 9 06 7 931 6 61
3 8 864 7 ST I 8 91 7 921 6 64
9 1 $ 62,! 8 09 8 39 6 97 9 021 7 89 6 69
10' 8 061 8 35' 19 13 7 88! 6 68
Receipts and disposition of live stork
at the Union Stock yards. South Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at I o'clock
p. m. yesterday:
Cattle. Hog Sheep M' see
C, M. St. P
C. N. W., east..
C. N. W.. west..
C. St. P.. M. A O.
C, B. O., east...
C. B. A Q , west..
C, It. 1. A P.. east
24 25 I
49 6 I
Totals 4.012 K.OOi
DISPOSITION H EAD.
Morris Co 'J
Swift A Co 320
Cudahy Packing Co 829
Armour A Co M
Schwarts A Co
.1. W. Murphy ;
Lincoln Packing Co
So. Omaha Packing Co.
W. B. Vansant Co
Hill A Son
F. 11. Lel
Huston A Co
P. Root A Co
J. H. Bulla
McCreary A Kellogg...
Werthelmer A uegen...
H. F. Hamilton
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co
Baker. Jones A Smith.
r jl. w
k,.i ...11. 116 64 41
r-AT"rr.Hnainta were moderate ai
thniirh fair for a Thursday. 101 car being
in Thia leaves the total for
the week to date at Zl.3z nean
over 2,000 head short of th total for th
same days last week, and about the same
number of head smaller than for the cor
responding period last year.
The supply or rei steers wa
erate, there reaiiy wins vnr
r niinrai In the yards and no
cornfeds of any account whatever. Th
trade was slow, buyers noi Doina
hungry for cattle as yesterday, and the
feeling If anything weaker. Prices, how
ever, ar arouna rac ninr
woek on the delraoi Kinoa oi ranger,
with comfeds steady to lower.
There were very few cows and heifers
In sight and the trade was a little dull In
consequence, but still prices were about
steady with yesteraay. I nis mesne ini
the market 1 10ttl5c higher than Monday,
or fully steady with last Friday's high
What few desirable feeder were In
sight commanded about steady prices.
Cattle of that description are nuoiea
around 26$f35c higher than last week, but
It must be understood that the advance
la on the desirable kind. Inferior stuff
haa not shown murh improvement.
Quotations on cattle: Qood to choice
cornfed beeves, t 50810.26; fair to good
cornfed beeves, $4 "(. 60; common to fair
cornfed beeves, t:tta lo; gooa to cnoioe
rang steers. J7 .40! 50; fair to good range
steers, $6.75fl7.40; common to fslr rang
Hteers $40OTl75; good to choir grass
cows, 16.26C7.7o; fair to good grades, 25 60
46 25; common to fair grade. Ii.7k.p5 50;
good to choice Blockers and feeder, 27.50
g.00; flr to good atocker and feeder.
I 75S7.60; common to fslr stockrs snd
feeders, I6.00fl6.75; lock cow and hetfer
r. fMit. atnek calve. IK OOdllOO: veal
calves, 18 00310 50; bulla, stag's, etc., txj
A. Vr. Ne. At. Pr
6M I 41 11 IU
SI 4 SO
DM I 00 7
100 IH 6.....
Ill to 1
H 6 K
130 6 4 II
7t I M I
7zl 6 II I ....
IM I 10 1 . . .
lli'A I 7K 1.4...
IXjO I 0 1
I2S I 65
11S4 4 M
64 4 16
1133 4 40
mo 7 oo
MO 6 IS
J0 7 00
712 4 0
601 1 00
I ml T M
1104 7 T
net t t
STOCK ERS AND
Ml 4 00 II
!h 6 00 7
171 II. 14
Ul III W
O P. Wslsh. Wyoming.
12 cows 1056 6 76 , 23 cows 94 ( 75
H cows 971 35 12 steers 1125 T 60
lilri 1061 7 60 I com W B7B
I bull 900 6 26
J. I Bslrd A Son, Wyoming
.1OH0 6 90 2t Str SO
.W10 ttn t steers 11X6 7 60
.1147 7 60 36 feeders... 7 40
. 10 ( 00 1 bull 1420 B 76
15 teers 1036 7 40
8 steer KH3 76
fi rows 2 00
.1225 7 44
. 770 7 60
6 heifers .. 633 7 16
Bruce Moors. Nebraska
6 feeders... 16 7 60 t feeders... 726 7 00
2 feeders... 766 6 40 2 cows Wi& t 60
1 bull 1410 of
Hall A Crshsm. Nehraaks.
M feeders... 1436 6 20
Albert I-ee, Nebraska.
39 feeders.. Iil5 7 It,
P. J. Sturgeon, Nehrssks.
132 Mexlcansl3 6 60
Daugherty Hrothers, Nebiaska
17 cows W ill, 13 roas 797 6 10
James Daugherty, Nebraska
12 feeders . 104.. 7 36 6 feeders . .1166 7 So
John Daugherty, Nebraska.
11 feeders... 1020 7 35 7 feeder ..1240 7 26
Hall A Graham. Nebraaka.
22 steer 1467 lib 22 feeders... 1362 1 25
35 feeders... 1362 I 26
A. I'nderwood, Nebraska.
17 feeder... 1362 I 25
Theodore Johnson. Nebraaka
21 feeders. ..1166 7 40 1 cows 103 6 75
4 cows t0 4 85
a. H. Hapeman. Nebraaka
il feeders... 940 7 25 2 feeders. .. 9M 7 25
i; A. I'nderwood. Nebraska.
C3 feeders .112S 8 00
. K Neth,
. 74 AM
IIM n M
.11 K 7
.lo?S ft ?-
7 cows . . .
I bulls. ..
. 101 4 7
. M t &0
.04 a 1ft
.1000 5 fc
31 feeders... IK'S
I cows H
12 steers ...1W 7 10 to feeder .900 7 00
7 feeders .. 7 4 steers 00 8 7&
pol TII PAKoTA.
J cows M 6 20 4 feeders... RS2 7 30
MOOS -The trade too a brace this
morning, and for the first time In nine'
market dava prices show an advance.
supplies were very moderate agnln, and
with other markets reported stronger.
local shipper buyers filled their orders at
good firm prices, the market on the j
kinds bring quoted
Packers were slightly bearish and made
their opening bids at shnded figures, but
nothing moved on this basis, and by th
lime the first sales wern made valliea
were anywhere from steady to In aome
rases ss much aa a nickel higher, with
the general trade a shsde hetter than os
i V .nn..v Am pnmniirMl with ttin lirilfV
1 markets of the paat week and a half
Irsita was f.lrlv .-llv although It was
II o'clock before the moderate supply was
flnallv cleaned up.
Hulk of the oflerings sold t $8.5.65,
the long string landing at $8 80. Ther
a a sprinkling of shipper sales up to
$8 75 and top again reached $890.
Receipts amount to about eventy-two
cars or 4,6.10 head, bringing th four days'
totsl up to 13.623 This is only a little over
half the slee of the supply last week, and
Is 9.000 short of th corresponding days
Rh Pr. No. A ti. rr-
Ill III 6i H W l
... I A 0 M 1W If.
... I IS ....... MIS
IS I M II 6
I ; i -
110 I K M T
... M T K '
... io 7 t:3 1M
M 10 64 H
... I SO Ml '." 1
... 4 a n i 4 '
0 I in M7 111
. . IS H
l IIV4 It M
SIIKKi'-Kver) tiling waa wet. more ci
than on previous day of the week, end
prtlv on that ceount the packers bought
Ittle If anvthina until after 10 o'clock.
The receipt were light, being no more
than some 11,000 hed, .3M bed short of
a week ago and I6.HW short of th cor
responding day a yar go. Itecaus or
the light run here, moderate receipt at
oulslde points. Including Chicago, and a
higher trend to price reported at Chi
cago, th seller held out for higher
prlcoa. The packer, however, refused
any advance rly In the forenoon, but
later on conceded what the eller aaked,
resulting In ft lamb and aged hep
trullng 103n6" higher than yeterdays
close, or UO0c better than the general
market on Tuesday. It might be added
here that the cloning sales on yesterdays
market showed an advanre of lOtrlhc over
the opening trade, the last sales Includ
ing somo lambs from Idaho at 17.60. To
day a range of lamb prices was around
t7.26kj7.76, th latter figure being top and
the highest price paid In everl wek.
One buyers and sellers got together
to a trading bl. th movement Cala
is ard was fairly active at the rise In
prices. The mutton supply was meager
and showed the same Improvement aa fat
Not so many ouUld buyer wer on
,k. f .. ...- l , ami nni ao many
rMli.ri were available as on the former
days of the week. The peckers bought
a larger percentage jt me mj!u'
morning than usual ami compeien wun
some feeder buyer In filling their order,
this being often the c during th con
tinuation of light receipt from day to
day. like It haa been thia wek so fr.
However, the feeder demnd wa good,
giving rl to a lively trade at prices
generally strong to a shad higher. The
clearance was g-ood.
Quotation on range hep and lamna:
lAmba good to choice. t7.Mr7.7B; lamb,
e.i. . minA r? Mtl It,: lamb, feeder.
trt6"07.IO; yearling, good to choice, 4.00tjp
6 25; yearling, fair to good. $5 Mii. n;
yearling, feeder. V i"o.s; weinm.,
good to choice. 65.2..60; wethers fair
to good. t6.106.S5; wethers, feeders, 4 J
4 W; ewe, good lo choice, $4 .o46.10; ewe,
fair to good. 4.0aHM; '"Wler.
Represents tl v saies:
174 Wycmlng feeder ewes..
166 Wyoming fedr ewes..
11 Wyoming feeder ew..
1 Wyoming feeder lamo
2 251 Idaho lambs
27 Ideho istids
E25 Idaho lomh
417 Idaho lambs
2 Wyoming lamb
1M Wyoming lamb
1C6 Wyoming lamb
162 Wyoming ew
163 Wyoming ewe
CHICAGO HVtC ITOCK MARKET
Firm Hob lettlel
cutcian Kant. 10. CATTLE R.
t hv ms r ker rirm: iwevca.
t1.904jil.: ters. 6.5fl.3B; Blockers and
feeder. H.4a 0. cows ana miin ,
HOUR rtecei pis. ""'--,.l-A-
Ktillr nf aalns. 11.7rtti 35: light. t. 3.
I.. ' . , .. . . . BAfl V..
49.55; mixed. sUMKa'.ioo; neavy. ao.atu.w,
uiiirrn a No' I.AMnS-RecelPts. 36.000
head; market atrong; sheep. vin.w,
yearlings, t58Ki66t; lambs, t650J(-l5.
nt. I.il t-lv Stock Market.
ST LOUIS. Sept. 10. -CATTLE R
relpt. 6.100 hd: mrket steady; native
h..r atoer. 17 fii Mi 10.50: cows and heifers.
14 Ofiftitt.60'. stockers and feeder, t6.00
950; .outhern teers, t6.B10; cows and
lifara tl.OTrTHi.fiO: native calves, t6.00
HOtin Itereipts. i.ioo n'; '"
lntvar- nlsa and llrhts. t7.o4).26; mixed
and butchers. t "U9.; ood heavy, t9.00
SHF.F.P AND LAMBS Receipts, t.000
head: native muttons, t4.004j&00; lambs
Kenan City itwek Market
KANSAS CITY. Sept. 10.-CATTLE-Receipts.
S.600 hesd; market steady; prime
frt atoera. 19.754110 60: dressed bf steers
tt.0Ovt.60; western steers, lH.ltTi9.l&; Block
ers and feeders. t6 25ti4 25: bulk of sales,
l.", fJiftH 60- calves, fi.60 10 50.
HOOS-RecelpU. B.WiO head: market
lr,wr- hulk of sales. W 60iB6.00; heavy
M.OOtfM.IO; packers and butchers, f 85
1 10- lleht 18 704i 90: nlss. 17 b'tW'S.TO.
KHKEP AND LAM BS Receipts. 6.500
hesd: market higher; lambs, 17 .25417. 8".
yearllnga t5 7fii.86; wethers, t5 d.7&
Hoax ltr Mv StAek Market.
SIOL'X CITY. Pept. 10. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 500 head: market steady; native
steers. 66 76417.78: butcher. 65 BOft'i.n
cows and heifer. t8.1n.25; rannra. M 00
.(!: etocker and feeder. 16 10176 65
calves, S OCKfflO.50; bulls, stags, etc., tfi 60
HOTJR Receipts, ton neat: market c
h'gher: heavv. 8,a6.F0: mixed. t 00H
66: light. t8.t2Ht4 60: bulk of sales. t 60
SHEEP AND lAMBB-Receipts, 509
hesd; no quotations.
I.lve Stuck In tlh(.
Receipt of live stock at th five princi
pal western markets were as follows:
Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
St. Iioul 6.1011 7.100 1.000
Kansas City t.600 l.mo 4 500
Chicago 7.000 w.flno 36,flno
Sioux City 6"0 3.000 200
South Omsha 2.500 4.600 11,000
Totals 21.600 S3, M0 66.700
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA. Sept. 10. HAY Prairie:
Choice upland, fll 60012.4)0; No. 1. til 00
11.50; No. 2. tf OOti 11.00; No. 3. t7.0Cii00.
Choice midland. $1150; No. 1. tlO.&Of) 11.00;
No. Z. f-OOloirt. No. 3, t7.0ntl9.O0. Choice
lowland. ! 50t 10 00: No. 1, tX0.3O; No.
2, H.OO; No. 3, t-V4!7.(i.
bTRA W Choice oat or ry, t6.0OQS.60;
choice whfat. tl.ooas.oi;.
ALFALFA Choice, tit 00 13.60; No. 1.
tU.609U.OO; No. 2. tlO.tOtrll 60; No. 2. 17 00
NEW YORK. Sept 10. MONEY Mer
cantile paper, 7 per cent. Sterling ex
change, atrong for cables. tBOO; for de
mand. 64. .
( MLVER bar--66c.
Kvaporaled Apple sal Dried Kralt
NEW YORK, Sept. 10.-EV A I'ORATED
DRIED FRl'ITS Pruns. steady. Apri
cots and peaches, quiet and steady.
BELGIANS TRY TO
Soldier. Hare to Make People Drink
Water They Offer Son of Von
IN EVERY VILLAGE ABE BOMBS
,. ..--.. mkaan4lnr In I nltril Slate
Denies that There Are Amr
Mine In the ortli
NEW YORK. Kept. 10 Count ron Bern
torff. Oerman ambassador to the Vnlted
States, denied today that ther are mine
In the North Sea. Oerman port r not
blockaded, he declarea. and neutral ship
can enter Ihem and can replenUh their
col supplies In these ports, a ther Is no
embargo on bunker coal.
"It Is not true that there ar mine In
the North Sea." said th ambassador.
"Neutral ships which wish to enter porta
In the North Fea mut go to a point tn
mile north of Helgoland, where they will
find Herman pilots to take the ships Intft
the harbors. Harbors In the Baltic can
be approached directly and ther are
pilots before every port. The prohibition
of the exportation of coal from Germany
does not apply lo bunker coal, and th
supply of coal for ship Is assured."
The ambassador gave out an extract
from a letter sent from Relglum by hi
sun. who Is In a cavalry regiment of thr
guard, as follows:
"In every village ther re bomb and
w have to make people drink water they
offer us. They are trying to poison us."
The outcome of th war Is more hope-
ful for Germany that ever," nld Count
von Ilernstorff. "The capture of 40.000
men, four generals and 400 guns at Msu-
beuge, reported today, Is something."
Another Army of
Into French Land
LONDON. Sept. 10. German rein
forcements estimated at 60,000 men
are advancing into Franc tn three
columns, according to an Ostend dis
patch to the neuter Telegram com
pany. The dispatch sayi the army seems
to be marching to the south, passing
between Oudenarde, East Flanders,
and Grammont. It Is probably In
tended to reinforce the Gorman right
Omahans Asked to
Join Thrift Plan
of Storing Food
The American Society of Thrift, with
headquarter In Chicago I trymg to
Interest Omaha people, in a thrift month.
for which October ig to be set aside. Th
plan I to get consumers, retailer and
other doing a lot of buying of vegetables
and neceraltlea of life, with a view to
storing a good winter supply In the cel
lars, and thereby cutting down the cost
of living.- Vhe Omaha Real Estate ex
change at Its meeting at noon received
a communication from the society, asking
the co-operation of the real estate man
In the matter as they pointed out It
mould mean that th tenants would ask
for Improvement of the bmnta, cel
lars, etc. The exchange received th let
ter and placed It on file.
President F. H. Myers of th exchange
was appointed a delegate to moot with
other delegate from a number of or
ganisations In the city to look Into th
condition of the old city Jail.
Life for Lewis for
In criminal court Joseprt Lewis, held for
th killing of Joseph Williams at Val
ley, August 17, pleaded guilty to second
degree murder and was sentenced to th
penitentiary for Ufa.
Earl Hay confessed complicity In
auto thefts and holdups, pleaded guilty to
robbing Carl Surland of 14 last year and
received an Indeterminate term of from
thre to fifteen year.
Rev. Charles Herron
Lands in New York
Rev. Charles Herron of the Omaha
Presbyterlsn Theological seminary ha
landed safely at New York from Havre.
He was delayed for a number of weeks In
Swltserland and tt was feared that some
harm m'ght have befallen him as a re
sult of war conditions. No word was re
ceived from him from the time war broke
out until a week ago.
RECORD PRICE IN CHICAGO
FOR SEPTEMBER CATTLE
CHICAOO, Sept. 10. A new record price
for September cattle waa mad In the
I'nlon Stock yard today when a herd of
seventeen Iowa cornfed animals, averag
ing 1.554 pounds, was sold for 11 rents a
pound on the hoof. The highest price
ver paid for cattle on th hoof in the
local market was ll'A cents a pound in
SECOND TEST FOR GAULS
EXEMPTED FROM SERVICE
BORDEAUX. Sept. 10. President Poln
car haa signed a decree calling all
Frenchmen, previously exempted from
military service on th ground of defect
ive health, to undergo a further medical
lamination. Those found fit will at
once be drafted Into the army.
Bee Want Ads Are Read and Used by
Ambitious Men and Women.
ST LOUIS. Sent. 10.-MFTAI.S-T.ead
weak at 13. 70$ 3. 72V Spelter lower at
t& u543 70.
Bask C learlaa.
OMAHA. Sept. 10 Rank clearings tor
Omaha today were 63.527.174 05 and for the
corresponding day last year, K.39SI.J62.86.
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