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THE REE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914.
Itnnaea t ottiTe.
MOl'AK 7 room. modern. pivH street,
convenient to csr. school, stores and
thurch; mall family of adulta preferred;
Kb rant, pay wster.
I. N. HAMMOND.
Tel. Doug. 14 jLt2 Board Trails,
BTlLvM heat, all modern, 7-rooin house;
' n -room flat No. M.
US08 creigh Hon aV Cc. Pldg.
MiWLT papered 8 and 6-room houses;
strictly modern 819 and 816, on 24th t-t.
ar Una. Call D. 641
We hav a eomplet list of all house,
apartment and flat that, ara for rent.
Thla liat ran be seen f re of charira at
Omtht Van Storsg Co . 80 8. lth St
Free Rental List
Complete Information about vrr va
cant houna and apartrnt In the clt
j nia service la iree. in. fuuit
Fidelity Storage Van Co.
I-ROOM strlctlv modern house In Al con
dition, location 2S12 Pacific St. ( all at
10o So. ?th St. or phce Harney tm
l-KOOM house, all modern, fre water.
',04 N. 90th. Tel. D. 1530.
Jf T) 1 Kxp. Co., moving
I. KPPfl packing U storage.
N- a-vvvva ia0T Frnam. n tia;
Van and Stor
age Co. Reduced
rm tarn fni A
-rge van. I men, s per hr.; dray, 8
men. 81 per hr. 171.1 Webster. Douf. 1196.
Fidelity Storage Co".
Storage, moving, packing and ahlpplng.
16th tt Jackson Sts. Thone Douglas 2SS.
8013 N. 14th Ave., consisting of 8 rooms,
nicely decorated, good location, $27.50.
Hastings & hkyjueij. mu Hamey st.
WEST FARNAM HOL'SK.
10 rooms, well located, with the finest
decoration: rent Is reasonable.
PETERS TRUST CO. Doug. S9S.
NINE-ROOM HOUSE, CLOSE IN.
Modern; good condition. Trice St.
FETEKS TRUST CO.
3& MODERN HOMES Benson, 9-r.,
new, modern, square; 3 lots, barn, gar
age; near cathedral and Saunders school;
8-room and hall, garage.
OKEEFES REAL ESTATE CO.,
lflM Omaha National. Douglas 2715.
Store and Offices.
BTORE, OPP. NEW CA8TLE HOTEL.
705 B. 16th ft.; will put In good condi
tion; space, 20x60 and basement; $60, with
heat and water free.
PETERS TRUST CO., M22 Farnam St.
GOOD barn, room for 8 or to horses.
1917 Webster tit Call Douglas 43.
FARM A RANCH LANDS FOR SALES
MONTANA CAREY ACT LANDS 60.000
acres now open to entry In the famous
Valler valley. An excellent opportunity
for the honwaeeker seeking good farm
land for general diversified farming. The
rich soil. exhilarating climate and
abundance of water for 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
Kales company. Valler. Mont. Box No 17.
NO CEOP FAILURES IN
THE SCOTT'S BLUFF IRRI
No. 614 Here r a mighty fine piece of
Innd. Good soil, lies well and
easy to Irrigate. About one-third
Is broken and ready for crop.
It la as smooth as a floor and
will make a dandy farm. All
around It on the same kind of
soil you will see some of the
flnent crops oi alfalfa, sugar
beets, potatoes and grain to be
found In the state. It is only four
miles to town and Is a big snap at
' tVi per acre; $1,000 down and long
time on balance.
If you want a quarter section
Improved or unimproved, we
have It. . . -. -'
Send today for "Land Owner."
It tells all anout the Scott's Bluff
country, and it's free.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
j OMAHA. o
KIMBALL COUNTY FARMS.
All tillable 4&0-acre farm nine miles from
Kimball; 200 acres under cultivation, 2,000
fine young trees In orchard and round
buildings. Fine house and barn and out
buildings; well and mill. Land Is all
fenced and cross-fenced. Mile to school;
mail delivered within one mile six times
Price $24 per acre. This Is a bargain.
Also have other choice Improved and un
BANK OF KIMBALL, Kimball, Neb.
DID YOU SEE) OUR EXHIBIT AT
THE STATE FAIR?
820-ACRE FARM FOR SALE.
Choice farm of 320 acres, 230 under cul
tivation, balance can be broken, black,
loam, with clay subsoil, nearly new
-room house with good cellar and cis
tern; barn 40x40. nearly new; two good
granaries; hog and chicken house; nice
grove of trees; 41 miles from two towns,
half mil from school. Rural mall and
telephone in house. Situated In Cavalier
county. North Dakota. Prico. Hi per
acre, terms. Also 24 other quarters. I
ara the .owner of said lands. C H.
, Durbln, I-angdon, N. D.
FOR QUICK PALE 8.000 acres of east
Texas land, well located and In one
body. Good soli and well drained and
within one mile of good town and ship
ping point. Bargain for cash. Write for
price and further particulars. Mllo E.
Trussell, 60s Kress Bldg.. Houston. Tex.
Best utuy and general crup slate In lb
union; settlers wanted, lanus for sale at
low prluea, on easy terms. Ask for book
let 84 on Wisconsin Central Land Grant.
State acres wanted. Wrtui about our
gr silng lands. If Interested In fruit lands,
ask tor booklet on Apple Ore hards in
Wisconsin. Address Land Dept., Boo
Lin Ry.. Minneapolis, Mlrm.
IF INTERESTED in land In southern
Iowa and southern Minnesota write the
F. L. Jones Land company, Wlnterset, la-,
for their list of 30 farm
FARMS FOK RENT.
FOR REMT Between 20o and 300 acres of
land, with Improvements, near Weston.
C. J. Ace, Weston, la.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR TRADE Garage and re
pair shop. Steady customer for repair
work, alao gasoline, oil and grease sales,
house accessories and catalogue accessory
aalea. Shop equipped with lathe, forge,
air compressor. 5-gai. sunken gasoline
tank, die and tool of every description,
O-foot pit, wash rack, etc. Reason for
selling, compelled to go east Will sell
or trad for city property, farm or mer
chandise store. Price on application.
Wyoming Auto and Supply Co., 19th and
Thomes, Sts., Cheyenne. Wyo.
Piano far otner musical Instru'ta. D. 3011.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR TRADE A 160-acre farm
la Thayer county, H mile south of
Hebron; will trade tor so acre in north
eastern or southeastern Nebraska. Ad
dress T. H. Adam, Hebron. Neb., R. R.
FINE large garage building, 1 10x160, good
equipment and machinery, fine location
for distributing and repair place; $.0O,
asy terms; will take good Omaha resi
dence or small farm as part pay; give lo
cation and describe fully and price what
you offer in flrat Utter. Address B. G.
Hunter, Albla, la, '
REAL ESTATE WANTED
HAVE over fifty buyer with from $i00
to all cash for modern 8, $ or 7 -room
home from $2,000 to $4,000. Call us at
once. Osborne Realty Co.. 701-2 Omaha
Natl. Bank Pldg. I oug. 1474
HAVE customer with 11,000 first riay;nent
on Dundee $ or groom modern home.
L3.ua to Address P. Ui. Be.
IIK.W. FAT ATK IiO.N
CITY and isrto loans. 5, 6'i. I per cent.
JJI. lnmont Co . ku Famam, Omaha.
WANTF.t-city loan. fXer Trust CoT
OMAHA home. East Nebrasli farm.
O" K KLFE REAL. ESTATE CO..
101 6 Omi ha Nat I. IXiugi 871.
BFK ui first if you want a farm loan.
I'nlted State Trust Co.. Omaha. Neb.
WANTED City kiani and warrant.
V. Fsrnani Smith A Co.. U Famam.
CITT property. I-arg loan a pMltjr.
W. It. Thomas. i.'SJUet BankJRlrlg.
fl"t to 110 ooo made promptly. T. T. fread,
Wead BMir., Hth and Famam Fts.
HARRISON MORTON. 91 Om Nflt'l.
RON F.T on hand for city and farm loan.
1f. T. Tinder. City Nat l PankJBldf .
"ww T rtAvn "iT1.Cl-1erg Co..
816-811 Rranriel Theater Bid.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee aad Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. 306 8. l'th St.
Phone Douglas M7.
REED Abatract Co., oldest abstrnct of
flee In Nebraska- JO Brandela Theater.
REAL, ESTATE JfOKTII SIDK
NEAR FONTENELLE PARK
BALANCE $20 PER MONTH
8-room cottage, partly modern; two
large lots; plenty of email fruit; fine
shade; dandy chicken house and garage.
Price only I2.2P0.
THE VOGEL REALTY AGENCY.
1015-16 W. O. W. Blrtg Douglas S91.
7-ROOM. strictly modern. Kountie place;
bargain If taken this week; call owner.
REAIi E8TATF SOUTH SIDE
balance In monthly payments like rent
takes a nifty, new bungalow at 2321 S. 13d
St. Oak finish In living room and dining
room, hard pine In balance; maple Uoori
throughout. Complete with cement waUs.
fixtures, etc., $2,6uO. Tou can't beat this
for the money.
The Byron Reed Co
212 South 17th.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
$2,750 Easy Terms
2S75 Maple St; swell new house; oak
finish; nicely decorated; arrangement
perfect; full cellar; hot and cold water In
basement; floor drain; Yale furnace;
lighting fixtures to be selected by pur
chaser; full lot. Yard will be sodded;
close to school, car line and stores,
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1M4 Harney St
Cheapest Home in Omaha
S-room entirely modern cottage on 8Sth
Ave., between Jackson and Jones Sts.;
lot 46x160. Recently papered throughout
and In first class condition In every re
spect. Cloce to school, car line and store.
Must have money and will sell at a
great big bargain. Phone owner for full
particulars. H. 7165. o
IN WEST PART OF CITY
FOR ONLY $3,750.
Birch finish on first floor; hardwood
floors throughout; full basement; at 3nl5
Davenport St. Key first duor east. Go
W. H. GATES,
Room 647 Omaha National Bank Bids.
Phone Douglas 1264.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
611 Feet Frontage
. Is on Paved Road
1.8 acres on Military Avenue. This Is
the right place to buy for a country homo
and work in Omaha. Pavement all the
way In. Price $1,040.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1614 Harney 8t
30 acres, all In fine bearing orchard;
good 6-room house. Price $16,000.
16 acres; 8 acres In fruit and shrubbery,
10 acres in alfalfa; extra fine improve
ments; six block to street car line. Price
acre on 'boulevard; finejvlew; Im
provements cost $6,000. Price $9,500.
6 acres, lots of fruit; good location. Im
provements first class. Price $5,000.
I acres, some fruit land; lays fine. Im
provements very good. Price $4,500.
8 acre, same location as last named; all
In fruit. Price $4.$H.
$H acres; on paved street, just outside
city limits; good 8-room house. Price $3,500
6 acres at Benson, unimproved. Price
O'Neil's R. E. & Ins. Agency,
1505 Farnam St. Phone Tyler 1024.
Two Acres $900
Adjoining Land Held at $1,000
Soma bargain. You will have to hurry
If you want -this. Term $20 cash. $15 a
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
16 acres near South Omaha; unimproved,
1 mile from street car line: $200 per
acre." KELBY. 1603 Farnam St.
4 Little Farm"
2 Acres $1,075
In Benson Acre Addition, adjoining
Benson; all In alfalfa; some fruit. You
will buy this pleoe If you will let us show
It to you. Terms $20 cash, $16 a month.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St
REAL ESTATE MISCKLLANEOt H
W submit below a brief description of
eight good properties which can be bought
on easy terms. Call us up or come and
see us relative to any one of them and
we will gladly furnish all particulars and
take you by auto Ip any that might
$1.0 4-room bungalow, nicely arranged.
gooa casement, gooa sued lot. nice
chicken house1 and yard. High and
sightly location. Half block to car.
Near fine school.
$2,000 6-room cottage, close Ift, partly
modern. outh front lot. Will make
some one a nice, cosy home.
$8,760 New five-room cottage, modern ex
cept heat, cemented basement,
$2,7608 rooms and reception hall, there
being two bed rooms and bath up
stairs; strictly modern.
$2,760 6-room cottage, modern except fur
nace, beautiful 60-foot south front
lot. row of fine maple trees, barn.
$2,800 Brand new five-room cottage, oak
finish tn parlor and dining room,
piped for furnace, fine arranged
cotlag. dandy cemented basement
and partly floored attic. Not far
out, handy to car.
$3.600 Good dwelling of six rooms and
reception hall, the upstairs having
three nice bed rooms and bath.
Fine large rooms downstairs,
strictly modern. On paved street,
not far out, near car.
$3,800 Fine story and half cottage of five
room and reception hail, entirely
modem, oak finish in hall, parlor
and dining room, nice basement-
paved stret. south front. Not far
out. Near car. stores and school.
Scott & Hill Co.
Douglas l'w. -
SQg-7-8 McCague Bldg.
H. LANDER YOU, real estate, insur-
snce: moved to Z01 Kvlll. L. XtO.
business via th "iSumi-
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Cloiti One Cent Lower Than
COUNTRIES BUTIHQ FOODSTUFFS
Other Nations Are Reported to Be
Baylaar Wfceat and Floar Ia-
OMAHA, Stpt. IT, 1914.
Direct rahle advices report the shortage
of breadotuffs in tJermany and Austria
as pronounced and say that some coun
tries are now making purchases of wheat
and flour In the United States intended
for Germany and Austna.
It Is aenerally believed In Liverpool and
London that American shipment of
a.tat and flour are likely to be reduced
and this fact has caused more or lens
If the reports received from Minneapolis
millers aa well a from the larger In
tenor mills of the northwest are to b
credited the business In flour la any
thing but large.
Work comes from Kansas City, how
ever, that Minneapolis millers were buy
ers of fryO.nno bushels of IVcember wheat
there yesterday and 740,000 bushels on
Tuesday against sales of flour to foreign
shipment. The southwest hss sold Urge
quantities of flour to Kngland. The
points leading In these sales are Guthrie
and Enid, Okl., and Wichita and Well
The best posted grain men In the south
west, in messages (.ent to the market, snv
tnst farmers tre getting only Nftc on the
. " ' " " mm rvceipis or Wheat r
likely to fall off In consequence, at X
have limited the selling price t $1
1 he wheat market wn .(-
with net advances of 4WI'lC yesteVday.
hlle the buying on Tuesday was active
and the grain was taken by strong hands,
the action showed that short are still
quite numerous and that thev are anxious
to even up their positions. Not only wss
the buying good around the weak spots,
but certain Interests followed prices up
ward and absorbed the offering. The
trice of tlJir whs again reduced, the best
at "'tis Who,lt Ptnt selling in wood
Corn sympathised with the strength In
w,n'.aL.ye"t'rJ"'r "n1 closed with gains
or i4?lr. Vtsxel room was chartered
lor practically all the contract corn held
lere, which amounts to 7I7.0no bushels.
The feature of the oats market was the
continued enormous business, on export
account, the sale in all position being
placed at 1.600.000 bu. There were heavy
clearances from Manltowou for export
and shipments will continue liberal.
Wheat was le lower.
Corn was lower to le higher.
Oats were r to c higher.
Clearances: Wheat and flour equal to
B58.O00 bu., corn, 13,000 bu. and oats, 1,623,
Liverpool closed with wheat lfHW
Primary wheat receipts were 2,174,000 bu.
and shipments of 1,423,000 bu. against re
ceipts of 1. 744.000 bu. and shipment of
914,000 bu, last year.
Primary corn receipts were SH.O00 bu.
and shipments of 807,000 bu. sgalnst re
ceipts of 914,000 bu. and shipment of
SOS, 0(o bu. last year.
Primary oats receipts were LOno.OOO bu.
and shipments of 976,000 bu.. against re
ceipts of 1.000,000 du. and shipment or
668,000 bu. last year.
These sale were reported today: Wheat
No. 2 hard: 1 car, $1.01; 1 car. $1.00H;
cars, $1.00. No. 8 hard winter: 1 car,
99?c : 1 car. 994c; 3 cars, 99c. No 8
mixed: 1 car. 31.00. No. 8 durum: 1 car.
93V4C Rye No. 2: 2 cars, 82c. Oats
Standard: lar, 4oc. No. 8 white: 16 car.
46c: 1 car. 44Vc: 1 car, 44c. -No. 4
uhll- 1 rara- 44Vc: 3 car. 44c. No grade
1 care. 43c: 1 car. 43Wc. Corn No. I
white: 1 car. 77c. No. t white: 1 car,
75c. No 1 yellow: 1 car, i4fcc; 1 car,
74c. No. 8" fellow: 1 car, 74e. No. 8 yel
low: l.car Tie:. !t care, 73HC- No. $ yel-
low: 1 car, 73c. No. 6 mixed: 1 car
(near white). Tbc. No. mixed: 1 car.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No.
k..H AUiftt1.A3: No. 1 hard. 98V4cB1 02;
No. 4 bard, Mcfj$1.004; No. 2 spring. $1.00
431.04; No. 3 spring, wcni.w; no. i
spring. S3oo1.01; No. 2 durum, 93Vg944c;
No. 3 durum. 92H003V4C. Corn: No. 1
white, T7977c; No. 2 white, 76WTCc; No.
3 white, 76V&'76c: No. 4 white.
7Hc; No. B white, 764f?75,c ; No. 8 white,
76tf?75Hc: No. 1 yellow. 7474W: No. t
yellcw 73V374c; No 3 yellow, 78H74c:
No. 4 yellow, 734fW3'Ve: No. 8 yellow, 718
73c; No. yellow, 724973c; No. 1 mixed.
73H973'ie: No. 2 mixed. 73S4(g734c: No. 8
mixed. 73ri34c; No. 4 mixed, 72wrec;
No. 5 mixed. 72H72c; No. 8 mixed. 71
ft72V,e. Oats- No. t white. 46St6He;
standard, 44:4fMfc; No. 3 white, 44V!t45c;
No. 4 white, 44r4ViC Barley: Malting.
fl6S)7;e: No. 1 feed. 660c. Rye: No. J.
81H082C; No. 3. 81-ffSlHc.
Kansas City drain and Prorlotona.
KANSAS CITY. Sept. 17. BUTTER
Creamery, 29c; firsts. 26Hc; seconds, 24c;
packing, 20Hc , .
KUU.v-mrsis. ac; eecnnan, iK3.
POl'LTRY Hens. 13Wc: brollens, 15c. '
W'HFAT No, 2 hard 1 o: No. red,
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
Money for Building
We will furnish the money and build
for you and you can pay on easy monthly
OITR ARCHITECTS WILL
MAKE YOU SPECIAL
PI.AN8 ACCORDING TO
YOl'R OWN IDEAS AND
ACCORDING TO THE
AMOUNT OF MONEY YOU
WANT TO INVEST IN A
If you are planning on a home we will
be glad to have you call and talk your
plans over with us. If you can't call.
Banker Realty In
" Ground Floor Bee Bldg. '
34 So. 9th St.. half block 9th and Bin
croft, and Famam car, dandy eaat front
lot and good 7-room house, modern except
heat. Owner transferred, must sell iJick.
$500 cash, $40 per month for a good 7
room house, south side on Davenport Bt
near 51st; a good, choice place cheap. k
D. V. Sholes Co.
913 City Natl. Bank Bldg. k Doug. 49.
InvostYour Money With Us
In our new profit-sharing; plan.
In amoinla of $108 or luara aad
b aaaured at leaat
" u MONEY
Be or write ua about It
HASTINGS & HEYDEN
1614 BABRT TEIT.
. .1 - , - - r ;.- - , f .tj n
$102; fieptember. KV; December. $10SS4.
Mav, fl rtV
lHRN-No. I mixed, 74c; No t whit.
TS--V'Hc: IVcember. gJV,e; May, T1H
ATSNo. I whit. 4H; c. Nn. i
CHICAGO GHAI AND rROVIMOSS
t'eafare of the Trading: aad t loln
Prlcee an Board of Trad.
CHICAGO. Sept. 17 Wheat lrl-es had
a sorlous tumble today because It was
not officially settled until after trsdlng
hours that tlermsny's ansaer in IVcol
d nl Wilson s offore of mediation wa
non-eonimltal. There was a nervoua feel
ing at the rloee, wltn prices lc to 2c
under last night. Corn suffered a net
loss of ISo to -c and oats off 1c to ivc
Provision finished unchanged to tJ-c
Nearly 3 cents a bushel was clipped
from the value of wheat at one time,
chiefly by reason of a mleunderetandlng
through which th Impression spresd that
the (Jetnian emepror had conditionally
accepted a proposal to discuss term of
peace, iwniaie wnicn lacked authority,
brought about a aultatantlal upturn In
the market, but weakness aa-aln ensued
and final quotations were only 4c to c
above th bottom level of the day.
Altncugn the volume of business in corn
was relatively small the market waa
heavy the greater part, of the session.
Ienreeslon came mainly from the action
of other cereals. Oat weakened because
of a falling off In export calls. Miscel
laneous holders evidenced a disposition to
liquidating sales of rib dragged down
the provision market aa a whole, despite
early strength one to higher price tor
hogs. Much of the unloading of nba waa
ascribed to Milwaukee packer.
Futures ranged as iol.ows:
Artlclel Open lTllgh.l Low. Close ! Tea' y.
Bept. t 0H 1 W4j 1 07 1 (K 1 OB"
IVc. 1 ll'! 11 1 tt 1 10 1 u
May. 1 1S 1 19 1 16 1 18H 1 16.
Dec.. 73 724 79H 70 7!4trH
May. 74 781,1 707, 73V,,74'j7t
Orfts. I I I I
Deo.. 604 60i I 4!V 49H K4
May. 63 MA,; 62 (2 G0
May. 63) 68 fC, 82 83
Pork. I I I
Jan.. 30 "7 20 90 20 50 . 20 66 JO 65
Oct,. 62 67i 40 46 t 47
Jan.. 10 17 10 17; 10 00 10 09 9 47
Oct.. 11 07 11 07 10 80 10 90 It 12
Jan.. 10 82 10 82 10 66 10 67 10 6
POHK $l80u; lard. $9 42, ribs, $ll.CKf'U.&0.
EGGS Unsettled ; receipts 8.92S cases:
at mark cases included 2j23c; ordinary
firsts, 11(92; first 22iraic.
POTATOF.S Higher: receipts 40 cars
Jerseys, 8fVaifflo; Michigan, 7WOc; Minne
sota and Dakota, KWiac; Wisconsin, 769
POULTRY Alive, lower; aprlng. 16
15o; rowi. lfrisc,
OMAHA OBNGRAL MARKET.
BUTTER No. 1. Mb. carton. 81c; No.
t ar.i tuha sno
CHEBSE-l'mported Swiss, 40c; 'Ameri
can Swiss. 8c: block Swiss. 24c; twins.
17c; daisies. 18c; triplets, 18c; Young
Americas. 19c; blue label brick, 19c; 11m
burger, 8-lb.. 20c: Mb. 20c; New York
white, 19c; Imported French Roquefort,
FISH Trout, 17c; large crapplea, 10O
16c; salmon. 12(t916c; halibut, 9c; channel
catfish. 15c; pike. 17c; pickerel, 10c.
POULTRY Broilers, 16e; spring chick
ens, 13c; hen, ltc; cocks. 8c; ducks, 10c;
geese, 6c; turkeys, 12c; pigeons, per doi ,
90c; ducks, full feathered, lOc; geese, full
feathered, 8c; squabs, No. L $1.60; No.
BEEF CUTS Wholesale prices of beef
cuts affective September 14, are as fol
lows:1 Rib: No. 1, 21c; No. 1 16c; No. 3,
13c. Loins: No. 1, 22c; No. 2, 17c: No.
3, 14c Chucks: No. 1. 12c; No. 3, 10c;
No. 3, 9Vc Rounds: No. 1, 16c; No. 3,
14c; No. 3. IV. Plate: No. I. 8V; No. i.
8c ' No. 8 7Wo.
Market quotation furnished by Glllnskl
Fruit company. .
FRIT1TS Orangea: Extra fancy Valen
cia a, 96s, 122 V. 160s, 176. 300 and 260.
u;s hn! Rail Valenal. all sixes.
$3.60 box. lemons: Fancy 300. 360a. $6.60
box; 420s, $7.60 box. Apples: ieuenowers
4 tiers, $1.60 box; Belleflower. 4 tiers. 6
box lot, $1.45 box; Belleflower. 4 tiers,
in-hnx lots. 11.40 box: fancy Washington
"Y" brand Grimes, $1.76 box; California
aeedllnaa. 81.60 box. Cantaloupes: Colo
rado Harwell, 76c crate. Watermelon, lc
lb. PKima: Italian prunea, i.a enw,
Italian prune, 6-crate lota, $1.30 crate;
Italian prunea, 10-crate lot, fl.lt crate.
Peache: X'alirornia Salway, (10c box;
California Salway. l0-box lots, 67o
box; Washington Elberta, 80c box;
Washington Elberta. 10o-box lots, 67c
box; 'Washington Elbertsa, 600-box lots,
65c box. Peara: California Clargleu. J2W
box; California Clargleus, 6-box lots, $1 96
box; extra Clargleus, 10-box lots or more,
$1.90 box; Washington fancy Rogue Klver
Bartlett. $L60 box; Washington extra
fancy Bartlett. $2.00 box; Washington
extra fancy , Bartletts, 10-box lots, $1.99
box; Washington extra fancy Bartlett.
26-box lots, $1.85 box. Grape: Tokay,
$1.36 crate: Tokay. 6-crate lots, $i.aO
crate; Tokay. 10-crat lota, $1.26 crate.
Homo grown grapes, per bssket, 19c; 100
basket lot, 18c. Banana, per bunch,
$1.76 to $3.60. ,
VEGETABLES Cauliflower, Denver,
12o lb. Cabbage. 2c lb. Onion, (red),
2c lb.; yellow, 12c lb. Pepper. 0O0
basket.. Fancy tomatoes, 60c basket. Cu
cumbers, hot house, 2-dosen basket, 76c
basket. New beets, carrots, turnlpa, 25a
dogen. Celery, Michigan, 86c dosen. Head
lettuce. 60c to $1.60 dos. Leaf lettuce, 40c
doi. Onions, ho in grown, 14c dox. Rad
ishes, 60o dos. Garlic. Italian. 20c dox.
Horseradish. $1 0 case. Shelled popcorn,
4c lb. Asparagus, home grown, per do.,
market price about 30c dox. Ohio pota
toes, 860 bu. Virginia sweet potatoes, $3:76
NUTS Salted peanuts, $1.60 case. No.
1 California walnuts, 16c lb. Peeana,
12c lb. Filberts, 15c lb. Almonds. 20c lb.
MISCELLANEOUS Sugar walnut datea,
$1.25 box. Limes, $1.76 basket. Cracker
Jack, $3.60 case. Crackerjack, half case,
$L75. Checkers, $3.60 case; half case, II. lb.
Corn and Wheat Rearlon Balletln.
United Slates Department of Agricul
ture, weather bureau, for the twenty-four
hour ending at 6 a. m., 76th meridian
time, Thursday, September 11, 1914:
' . OMAHA DISTRICT.
High. Low. fall. Sky.
, rsnrui laianH . 9ti
Hartlngton .... Tl
' Hastings 84
North Platte.. 78
Sioux City, la
Minimum temperatui for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
No. In Temp.
Station, l District. High. I-ow
Columbus, 0 18
Louisville. Ky... a
India polls, Ind.. 13
ft. Louis, Mo....
Pes Moines, la..
Kan. City, Mo.,
Shnwara occurred In the western dis
trict and excessive rains occurred in
Iowa and Missouri. Falls of one inch or
more ocenrred at the following stations:
In Iowa Des Moines, 4.86; Waterloo, 3 '16;
Albla 144; Cedar Kaplds, 1.06. In Mis-ourt-Unlonvllle,
1 80; Mcon, 1 40.
L A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
" St. I.aala rirala Market.
BT. ' LOUIS, Sept. 17. WHEAT No. $
red. $1.0n4-1.0: No. 1 hard, $1 C'?rl.0s;
September. $1.06: December. $107.
CORN-No 2, 77T7e; No. 1 white,
80c ; September, 6c; December, 70c.
OATS No, 1. 47a7; No. I white, 49e.
Liverpool Grala Market.
IJVERPOOU Sept 17. WHEAT-Spot
firm; Na. 1 Manitoba. 9s 9d; No. I. 9a
7d; future firm; October. 8s 4d; Decem
ber, 8s d.
CORN Spot nominal, fjtures steady;
October. 6s kd:
Rverybody rear j Be Want A
Chicago ub Hog .
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Desirable Kinds of Cattle Strady and
, Othert Blow to Weak.
HOGS GENERALLY TEN HIGHER
Fat Sheen Ten tn Fifteen Cents I n
Fat Uabi ftroas to Tea Cent
HI her Feeder Folly
BOl'TH OMAHA. Sept. 17. VU.
Cattle. Hogs Sheep.
..11.77(1 I.IM9 27.4;7
.. 8..W J.9K3 8I.S.T0
Official Tuesday ....
.. 7.3M 8. lh.4.
..two S.Vt) l.S.VK
FVvur days this week.. 31.162 12.011 vp.out
Same days last week. ...21. 9"S U.0J 101,i4
Same days 2 weeks gao 94.611 24.728 lH.vJC
tSeme days 3 weeks ago 21.79." M.n;. . i:0
Same days 4 weeks aao 17.121 2 .l 8.I.S.'
Same days last vear....26.3ot 12.M 17;.Kj
The followln table stiuws the receipts of
rattle, hogs and sheep at the Bouth Omaha
live slock market for the year to date, as
compared with last year:
1914 1911 Inc. Dec
Cattle 61.09 ?J.28 36.124
Hogs I.7.S6.00. 1.960.9F.. 2,.i60
Shsep 1,914,073 1.813,901 100.873
Th following table shows th price for
hogs at th South Omaha live atock mar
ket fur th last few day, with compart
sons: Date. 11914. 11918. 11911 19t .U0. 11909. 11906.
Aug. $1.1 8 99
Sept. 1.1 8 t?
Sept. 1.1 I 94
I 8 39
7 03j 8 94 7 771 $ 61
7 07 8 7 7 83 $ i
T 67 8 32!
7 111 6 961 7 f $ 43
Sept. 3.1 8 84) 7 001 8 27)
7 87) M
Sept 4 I 6 72i 7 84 3 24 T 17 I T 86 $ 67
7 TS 8 231 7 OK;
7 80 8 17 6 9i
7 93 6 61
7 92 $ 64
T 8TTI $ Nl
091 8 39) 6 97
7 89; 6 69
8 63SI 8 M 8
7 ft IB 68
8 & S
7 781 8 381 7 01
7 6.11 6 06
7 gi 8 3f $ 91
7 6 71
7 971 881 t 861 9 161 7 931
1 8 43 6 761 8 761 7 9sl 6 96
7 89 16 78 8 86 1 3 Cx 6 91'
7 96 8 43 6 81 8 881 8 0 6 61
7 96l 8 21 8 981 8 M 6 80
CATTLE Reclpl were very liberal
thl morning for a Thursday, 179 fresh
cars being reported in. This brings In
total for the four days up to $2,163 head,
a gain of almost 6 Ct head aa compared
with the corresponding period a year ago.
Thera was a fair demand for beef steers,
both westerns and comferts, and th d
slrable kinds generally commanded steady
prices. Among the offerings were corn
fed yearling good enough to bring $10 26.
Cannera and common kind of cow
opened fully steady. On the other hand
the medium to better grade of cows
were ilow. with buyer generally bidding
lower. However, a It became apparent
that there wss really a good buying de
mand th riarket firmed up and In the
end there was no great change, prices
"-" pieivjr ciose 10 sieaay. in some
spot possibly the market waa a little
lower. Strictly good feeder were scarce
and cattle of that dotcrintlon did not show
so much change, but other grades of both
miners ana reeoers were very slow and
wek to 10c, or mora lowr than yester
day. Such cattle are safely 25fc40c lower
than last week, and In aom case pos
sibly 50o lower.
Quotations on cattier (Vxut ,h.i
comfed beeve. 8V K, 10. 16; fair to good
rornfed beeve. $8 .75419.60; common to fair
comfed beeves, $7.7fku.8.76; good to choice
'"Wii.au; rair to good rang
steer. $6 004.T6; good s chole grass
Steers. 16 76W 40: common . r.i. Z I
Cow. $6,265-7.76; fair to good grade. $..68
82: common to fir grades. $3.7H)!l5t:
good to cholo stooker and feeder. $7.60
V8 00; fair to good atocker and feedsrs.
$6 i&tT7.60: common to fair stockers and
(?5lrt,,-co'768 ,toek oow" "' helfera
caw. 3.0Oai0.50; bulla, stags, eta, $0.$
Ks. At. Pr. Na. A w
i WM 10
BfEKHb AND HEIFERS.
4.-... .,..,. mo too to loot 10 s
94 m 9 at
1 9T 4 10
1 99 4 80 4
1 Mi 00 $.....
8 : m lot j
I eSO 3 1
$ M IK I
9 837 4 90 I
II It 6 24 19
9 4M 40 4
H7 I u
. . 171 8 3
. ,imo 1 u .
.. tu on
.. ik t 10
..loan s in
. .ins 7 a
871 I 40
nn t 71
STOCK ERU AND
46 low 4 IS ii
i ioa I T II..
J cow 886 6 26 86 feeder.. 711 7 15
7 COW 1034 6 06 1 alk. cava ft mi
19 feeder.. 9K2 6 90 16 rowa 1090 6 90
31 feeders.. 962 6 60 143 f eerier, una a on
19 cow 9.11 6 2i 4 cow I0O6 6
10 tock c. 863 6 60 16 cow 946 6 10
11 feeder.. 735 6 60 14 feeder.. 674 6 26
tk. civ. 7 40 2 calves... 170 id 00
I ralves... 276 8 26 10 cs.Ahfrs.1016 6 60
feeder.. 896-7 60 20 feeder. .11 12 7 75
43 feeders.. 1184 7 76 8 feeders.. 1033 7 00 '
34 feeders.. v$ 7 36
John Haney Nebraska.
39 steers.... 863 7 60 6 cows 843 6 90
lverson Bros. Nebraska.
19 feeders., 1097 7 70 7 feeders.. 881 7 60
4 helfeis... 733 8 60 hf. & CS..1104 6 36
William Osborne Nebraska.
19 feeders.. 10M6 7 60 15 feeders. .1004 7 00
R. P. WoeDDel Nebraska.
20 feeder.. 691 8 25 6 feeders.. 690 6 60
Gust Kline Nebraska.
34 feeder.. 786 7 80 80 feeder.. 69S 7 76
Mr. Anna Lelth Nebraska.
60 feeders.. 893 6 90 10 heifsrs... 780 6 40
26 cow 971 6 20
A. G. Holt Nebraska.
13 cowa 807 8 36 $ cs. A hf .. 624 $0
T. F. Baxter Nebraska.
7 feeder.. 841 7 00 grow 1146 6 80
46 feeder.. 926 6 80 60 feeder.. 968 6 80
D. L. Sturgeon Neb.
44 feeder.. 940 6 60 29 feeder. .1076 8 60
W. A. Colson iano.
26 COW 1061 6 65 23 heifer. ..1023 6 90
61 ter.... 876 6 70 42 steer.... 876 6 70
15 steer.. ..1078 6 85 teers....l'4
84 teer....1016 8 86 23 teer ... sxi
Mi Ml M Hornet bins' Ilka rmy-Iive cars.
or 8,6(10 head of hogs comprised the day's
receipt Total for the four nays is n.uu
head helna- 1.000 smaller than last week.
and mor than 10,900 head lighter than for
the aame days last year. Supplies for
th week to date are with one exception
the Itchiest of th year
Other markets reported fresh sdvsnces
this morning and the local trade opened
In good shape. Shippers bought such
hogs as they could use at figures that
were all of Ion higher, ana in some in
stanrea were nuoted aa more than that
Aa high a $ "6 waa paid by a shipper
for a load of good light, wltn a few
rough hogs sorted out. Packers started
bidding on a ateady bssls, but nothing of
anv ronseequence was sold at this time
and buyers raised their offers until first
sales wer all of 641lOc higher. In tact
not many hog were cashed on this
level, most of the sellers holding out
for.- and eventually getting a flat dime
advance. The general market is fully
dim higher than yesterday' average.
Once the killers got going trade waa
fairly active and a clearance wa mad
In good aeaaon. Closing price were
firm at the general advance
Bulk of the sale was msde at $8,359
6.46. th big airing landing at $8 40. There
wa a sprinkling of shipper high a
$ 60, and as was noted above, a sorted
load reached $c.i5, high for the day, and
.901 th beat price paid sine lat Friday.
.30 I The large part of the decline of Monday
and Tuesday ha been recovered and
price are - now lea than 60 below th
close of last week, while today's top
beat Saturday's by a nickel. Quality at
rresent is mucn better that at the first
of the week and. in fact, shows an Ini
provement over the closing days of last
week. Shipping demand Is sgaln quite a
factor In the trade and while supplies
remain about the same there 4a a much
better tone to the killer trade.
. F. IT. Na.
... iti M I M M ..
.J. tin W IM It ..
... aVT . . I to II ..
... tn iw so 4i...
... M ... ID 14 ..
.... 1M I U 4 ..
... Ill 130 I it 1 ..
... St ... I M 17...
,...tU ... 18 17..
A Bh. Pr.
. 264 so I 40
.241 ... 144
,.94 fe 41
..114 170 I 44
..U7 t I 46
. .SHI H I li
. 14 M I 46
..Rt H II!
. . im im 1 14
. .- twi 1 in
. US IN I 40
.17 ... I 15
. tM 110 I 6
. 2:6 ... I 66
. 261 60 I 674
. .V0 WIU
.147 ... 11
t ....4. 141 ... S 7...
10 117 80 I 15 71...
J" HI IB M...
14 ,.IM ... 8 tt 71...
J.SM l IS 17...
4 0 ... 4 40 H...
t ...... tS7 ... I 40 ..,
44 Ml 120 I 40 H ..
u m 40 I 44 II...
7 Iw ... 7 l 71 ... 7 0
ro n ... I 40 irt ... 1 s
fllKKI' Tne packer buyers sho. 1
dlsHition to fishl sny further lmirovi
ment in both fat nheep ami la'iib xsl.i'S
ausln this morning but In the face of an
other lift ht run both her and at Chlcar
tney kith olllicv1 to pay prices at I, -a.il
l" I 4
strong to a dime higher on fat lmh tud figure, and spot buyers are supposed
Kktil.V hlnher on ewes, there being not to re h'ldlng off for a further decline,
enough netbers or yeurllnMS In slant Tilo 7s were quoted st 6c and Santos 4s
thoroughly try out values. As wss the st tic. The Rio market was 75 rels
rase yesterday and the day before it was blehea vesterday and Santos was un
'"" time In the forenoon before Ihs bulk I changed.
of the offerings passed over the s-ol.s;
snd the best grsdes of lambs did not move New VorW l.rnrriil Market.
until sfter 10.30 o'clock. All In all. 't wa,! NK.W YORK, Sept. IT.-HUUAR Raw.
a satisfactory market from the sell, 1.,' I Drriy steady; pioliifees sugar, 6.37c;
viewpoint They have managed to force ' centrifugal 3rV: refined, steady,
prices up this week to the extent of 6ni6in I RUTTKtt Steady, unchanged; receipts,
on lambs, as compared with the cloe of 7 ta tnl
the previous week and fully half a dolUr, 'rn KKfKStendv. unchanged: receipts,
on fat eee. Wethers and yearllnas lur m cnes fresh gathered seconds, 23'
continued scarce all the week, which husij '
been the case most of the season thus far ) pj( 'TTF.R KfIGS Unsettled: receipts,
yet In sympathy with lamha and e J oi', cases' fresh gathered extra. fi31c;
prices are quoubly higher than w.-k 1 .x,ri4 trrtn. 27"i:s-; firsts. 2Mi26c; sc
. . ' nnds STflrMc: stste, Pennsylvania and
The feeder end of the trade waa llmi.cd Kearny h. nnerv broWns. S'.c; Pennsyl-
rawinipiir nts- co,or8-
week. Such feeder Iambs as were av.ill 1 rnlh rn" j n' 'OWla UK-
able brought prices steady to strong, the I turkey. 2.-WChc.
range being largely at $72:.Ti7.30. Th.ie . . M.rke
were few. If any. aged feeders to spv.k !. Stock Market,
of. For the week feeder prices on both ST. UHMS, Sept. 17- CATTLE Re
sheep and lamb are utiotahly lOtffl.V bet- celpts 7.(M head: market steady; natlvo
ter than last week's close, with the ea'sl leef steers. $7.6Hi 10.75: cows and heifers,
receipts of lambs showing a shortaKo, 1 9i!.0(ff 65; stockern and feeders. $5 C1VJ7 vi;
tnere heleg few aged feeders coming
There have been no really good aged
feeders among those that do show ifp.
Quotations on range sheep and lambs:
Lambs, good to choice. $ .oOtfrs.fiO: lambs,
fair to good, $7.4O(n8 00; lambs, feeders.
$6 V(r7 80; yearlings, fair to good. $5 7.Vu
6 15; yearlings, feeders, f, 6"i6.0l; wethers,
good to choice. $S.Sotti6.3; Kelhens, fair to
(nod. 85 30iff. 50; wethers, feeders. $4 vr
85, wes. good to choice, IMiioi.l, ewes
fair to good, $i.0DoV:'6; ewes feeders,
b:(4 Wyoming feeder lambs
60 Idsho lambs
76 Idaho feeder Inmhs....
2.6 Idsho ewes
2M Idsho rwos
43 lea ho ewe
90 Idaho yearlings ....
:; Wyoming lambs
97h ,.lls ho lambs
ToO Idsho feeder lamb
3!4 Idaho ewes
691 Idaho lambs
( 00 '
10 native lambs
M native lambs
33 native lamb
540 Idaho lamb
164 Idaho lamb
CHICAGO LlVCf STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady -lloas Higher- Sharp
CHICAGO, Sept. 17. CATTLE. Re-
rtlpts. 4,000 head; markot steady; beeves.
$7-.'0(Mr 11.00; steers. t.t.2,".; stockers and
feeders, $5.S6ii6..": cow and holfora. $3.70
lH.35; calve. $8.6ftjJM2 50. .
HOUS Receipts. 11.00 bead: market
higher: bulk of sales. $86CO0i': light.
is 90.fiS.55; mixed. $W9 66; heavy, $8.15
t9.30; rough. $S.lifi8.30: pigs. $5.01X119X0
rtMt.rj.r- ainu i.am oa rieceipis, '.'
head; market weak: ahnen, $r.40t4ti.l1:
yearling, $6 25117.25; lambs, $7.40416.85.
Kaaaaa City Mv stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Sept. 17. CATTLE
Receipts. 6.5o head; market slow; prim
fed Steers. 810 fUrtllft 75! rirmd Keef ataera
$S.6;-.75; western steers, $i.75(tl.:'i;
stockers and feeders, $6 25tS.2&; bulls, $0.25
tf-"il: calves, M&OmlO.fO
hous Receipts. 8.400 heart: market
higher; bulk. H.4fitJ8.76; heavy, $vttiiS.M);
aefcera and butcher. $s 4.8Xi; light.
451 70; pigs. $7.(8O0.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 10 Ono
head; market strong; lamb. $0'ifia75,
yearling, $6.00i.9n; wethers, $n.eiiu(i.U;
St. I.oala Lire Stork Market.
ST. IMMK. Sept. 17. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 7,500 hesd; market steady; native
beer steers, T.fiimio.75; cows and beirera.
$6 on i.95: ntockera and feeders, $5.0kS'
7. 50; southem steers, 16 omfrV'O; cowi and
heifers, !4.NHi.50; calves, H.00Jll.fH. .
HOGS Receipts, 6.100 head; market
higher; pigs and lights. $7.O04.37:
mixed snd butchers, $9,104(9 85; good
heavy. $.s vfi9 lo .
c-mrfp AN ni.AMBS Receipts, 8.709
head; market higher; muttons, $4.003.W;
Sloaa City Live Stock Market.
BIOUX CITY. la.. Sept. 17. CATTLE
Receipts, tO0 head; market steady; natlvo
steers. 86.AVfi8.O0: cows and heifers, 14 7u
7.50; rsnners. $3. "Ml 6. 26; atorkers and feed
ers. $4f:f175; calves. 67.OtMc9.00; bulls.
stags, etc., $r..60fl6.36.
HijOS heceipis. 2.ono head; market 10c
higher: heavy. $8.4f30; mixed. $8.351
8 40; light, $8.S.36; bulk of sales. $8.36
StltSKI AINI' iam un neceipis, iou
head; no quotations.
Rt. Joseph Live, Rtork Market.
ta t irairrl4 tuni 0 ill w IV t,..,.ini.
4,100 hesd; market higher; bulk, $8 6 xji 6. 60.
I TTl IT U.n-lnl. 1 IlYk h.all' . l. -.
.nil l.JJ . . . . . , . a . , ' ' ...au, 111. : n . I
ers, $4 '2f(i9.25:' calves, i.irxfl 10.50.
head; market steady; lambs, $7.71.66.
NEW YORK. Sept. 17. COFFEE No
Important change wa reported In th
9 (f,e sltua tlon here today. Cost and
. : r.:
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SPECIAL NOTE Only children of 10 years or under cam par
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freight offers from Ttrsxll were M t"
be on about the ennie hasls as yesterday.
( ''n!l(leralile huslneSM was reported Willi
Mrnxll. which was qiintliir prices here fsr
ben a normsl parity with the local spot
market, butthe clrmand on the local stock
was comparatively oulet and the market
sf unsettled. The amount of coffee
afloat fur the United states la now 4!r..ofi
t-ngs, AKalnM SSOilO I ass last year, brlng
InK the lsllile up to about Innt years
I southern steers, ..(W8("; cows neir-
timviol.Mc native calve. $,0Nit U00.
IIOxlS Receipts 8.00O head; markft
higher; pigs and light-., 87.5ugi3.37'; mixed
and butchera, $9.1it9.3i; good heavy.
fcMIKKI' AND LAM W Receipt IW
head: market higher; muttons, $4.(Ka'6.j0;
Omaha Hay Market
PRAIRIE HAY Chloce uplnnd. ft ifk-irtT)
150 N.i 1 $11 OiWIS.On; No. 2. IB.OOifi 11.00;
No 1 $7 0ftfl9(,0 Choice mlrtlsnd, $11 50f
12 00; No 1. $11 OOflH.60: No-, t $9.0mMt.on;
No 3 roifcsco. Chol-.-e lowland. $10.00;
No 1. f!.(Xyrii0.0O; No. I. $7.W6.0; No. 8,
STRAW $4 WflOO for wheat, $S.vg
6..V1 for oat or rye.
At.FAt FA Choice, $1360: No. 1, 812.00
fin 00: No. 2. $!0 00fl12.00; No. 3, no de-
Imand at $.cf.Tflo.00.
F.vaporateal Apple aad Dried Frwlt
NK.W YORK. Sept. 17. EVAPORATED"
DHIKM FRUITS I'runea, steady; aprl
cota and peache. quiet; raisins, steady.
' Nerr York Money Maraiat.
NEW YORK, fVpt. 17. Closing: Mer
cantile plr. 7- P'erllng exchange, weak:
rabies. 496.50; for demand, 496; bar
London Money Market.
LONDON, Sept. 17.-SILVER-Bar.
lower; S4d per ounce.
MONEY Easy, lt(l per cant; discount
rates, Sm8 per cont
Dry Good Market.
NKWaTORK. Sept. 17 DRY GOODS
Cotton Roods market stesdy; cotton ysrns
for wyeavlng In better demand. Raw llk?
Mlneanolla Grain Market. .
MINNEAPOLIS, Bept. 17. WHEAT
September. 3107; December. $1.11; No.
1 hard, $1.11; No. 1 northrm, $1.06ty
Mi-w rnnK Pent. 17. SUGAR Raw.
easy'; molasses, 6.26c; Centrifugal. 6.8Sc; re
' Metal Market.
ST. IjOUIB. Bept 17. M ETALS Lead
nominal at $3.70; spelter. $6.2yu6.36. .
Slow to Furnish
Sinews of War
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COPENHAOEN. Sept. 17. (Special Ca
blegram to New York World and Omaha
Be.)-Contrary to official dlpteh from
Berlin declaring that th war loan ara
rapidly being subscribed. It I learned by
private banker that only about 12,000,000
of the 50,000,000 sought ha been sub
Th whole German press la carrying
government advertisement begging th
people to com forward and subscribe, and
pointing out that It la quite Impossible to
raise money except from German, aa
neutral power will not loan anything to
aTTAOpmasrr wfn ear
larvaatareuuand throws i
on harvatrortn oib
Man and horaoat an
ahnek auual with a Mm bin
der. Bnln In evory star. rTuaonlrw.wwiiniooooriMimar.
j.D. Boma.HaII.Colo.,wnUa: "Vayraani Karvaa.
iarla all yaw alalm tar It) eat. tie an aSaaSo
ara nlla, aaaa an aern laat rmr." TaatiaMMilali and
eatalo fraa. ihnwin ietura of harraatar. Aodraas
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