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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1914)
nrr: bee: omaiia, Thursday, cktoher is. ion.
DUE 1UL.1 Have a M due bill good a
cih. first fijment on ny piano; will
Sell (or anything tlie value of $15. Ad-
drc S. C.
.iiVv EQUITY In 100 acres Und and some
rash for general meroliand se stock.
$2.wO equity In house for cash or trade
In on general merchandise stock. Also
two lot near car line for Kurd car.
. L ci.vr
FVRNITURtt for a -room hotel
near Omaha, '.. Uw rat rent oa
the building. What nave you to uftrrf
Address H C rare He
Ft'KNITl'RK. ETC. Oood lawn mower,
SO feet red rubber hose that cost tt and
(rood aa new, mission plate rack, etc, to
trade. What have you? Address 8. C.
JM3, Pee. - .
OAS PLATE 3-hole equipped, for a
small kitchen cabinet or washing ma
chine. Address S. C. 1S17, Hee.
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR-Traveler
net. complete with oap, brush nnd
Made, all in fine leather cane. Coat .o0
and will swap for small kodak or any
thing. Address g. C. 1SI3, Ree,
7 GRAJTLEX newspaper cmer, with
11 plate holders, carry I nit rase for
camera and carrying case for plate hold
er. Tbe outfit In good condition and
bin bargain for the. lot at $110. Addresa
K. C. 1611.
K ITTENS Heautlf ul white angora cat or
kitten, thoroughbreda. for old fashioned
walnut, mahogany or other furniture.
Address, S. C. 140. Ree.
KODAK A new Anaoo folding kodak,
tViX4K. leather tourist case for same
and portrait attachments. Will swap for
hard coal burner or range with hot watef
attachment, or food bicycle. Address eV.
LET me paint or repair that house; will
take groceries, tailor-made clothes, dia
mond, auto, horse, coal or anything 1
can use. Address 8. C. ltVi2. Bee.
MERCHANDISE STOCK INVOICES
$2,275, consisting of shoes, dry goods,
furnishings, notions, tobacco and candy;
rent, $U per month; In Omaha; cash busi
ness; exchange for Omaha residence or
vacant property. Address Owner, 8. C.
MOTORCYCLE 8. 8. Yale; perfect order;
trade for cow or sell lor $75. Tel.
OFFICE FURNITURE Will buy om
good second-hand office furniture: must
be cheap tor cash. Addresa a C U4U,
PIANO Beautiful Schaefer piano, account
of death in family, will sacrifice. Cash
only. $110. Address. 8. C. 1503, Bee.
PIANO Fine piano and cash for equity
In small cottage; would consider house
needing repairs. Address 8. C. l.'iOl, Hee.
PIANO New standard piano at about
half price, taken under mortgage.
Would consider exchange In part pay
ment. Address, S. C. 1WW, Bee.
PIANOa Several new standard pianos
and piano playera In storago uncalled
for; will consider clear cheap lots; also
horse and vehicles as part payments;
balance $6 to $10 per month. Address U.
PAINT1NO AND PAPERHANGINO
Will do you first-class work. Will take
some good rugs or a good heater, or wlil
make you a low cash price. Address, t.
C. 14X9, Boe.
"REDS," ETC. One doxen young full
blooded Rhode Island "Reda" and one
rooster. Also portable chicken coop. Ad
riresa 8. C. Ifrno, care Bee.
RADIATOR Btove pipe radiator, Con
ncct to stovepipe In an upper room and
have It heated without any coet. Ad
dress, S. C. 1492, Bee.
RANGE One six-hole range, with hot
water front;, one large heating stove; i
show eases, 2 computing scales, delivery
wagon and horse, 2 casii registers. Will
trade Altogether or separate. Address S.
. IMS, Bee.
I,oO BHAKES Cuo.; mine stock, par value
$l; land or merchandise preferred. Ad
dress S. C. 11X7, Bee.
SIONS. fctiim caul.s, Clurk Ac eon. D. i;t7a.
. BTAAU'S HOOK OF FOKfc,l(JN 1ST AM I'S;
wish to exchange, for stenographic work.
Address S. ('. 14K4, Bee.
STORM 8ASU Let me mix up those
storm sash and take care of your
screens before ,cold weather. Anything
of value taken or a reasonable cash price
charged.- Address, 8. C. 14, Bee.
(STOVE. Two --eld heating stoves, suit
able for store, etc. Address, 8. C. HiW.
nee. 1 ' -
'1A.NK Iron lank. new., made of No. R
&LJi4Vm0.&. Hce.' 1 tL
WILL trade two lota, worth $4to, near
Fort. Omaha, for auto or horses. 2Jbl
Avenue 13, Council Bluffs.
Apartment and Flats.
SPECIAL LOW RENT.
SAVE MONEY. LIVE IN COMFORT.
THE- STANDARD FLATS
OOOD LOCATION. NEAR Bl'SI.VESS.
To complete filling these HANDSOME
6-room private home, with their many
desirable features, janitor, FREE HOT
WATER, ranges with special hoods, su
perior light and ventilation, short walk
ing distance, we make
EXTREME 'OW RENT.
Winter, steam heated, $2 to $.13.
Summer, $1 to $21.
QCALITT EQUALS ANY AT $50 TO $.
BETTER THAN SEPARATE HOt'SES.
CHEAPER THAN COTTAGES.
T. J. HOOK, Offlee 1H1 N. 18TH FT.
)rge 4-room apartment, convenient,
light room, tiled bath, kitchen well ar
ranged, with tee box, ga range, finished
In beautiful light oak: vacuum cleaner
ervlce. The ATHLONE is well located
at 26th and Dougla Sts , In easy walking
distance. Rental, $40 summer, $4i winter.
Bee the Janitor or call u.
Peters Trust Co.
Phone Doug. mx.
626 SOUTH 18TH.
A 4-room up-to-the-minute apartment,
with first-clans equipment, large porches,
nice lawn, flrst-claas janitor service and
plenty of heat. Janitor will enow you
through at any time.
PAYNE & SLATER CO..
1 omaha Nat- lia'ik Jildg.
West Farnam district, SMu and Jones
St ; 8 and 7 rooms. Positively th beat
and only exclusive apartment house lu
Omaha, Low rentals, compared wun oth
ers. , be it first.
CHOICE HEATED APAKTMENT
Wt-T FARNAM DISTRICT,
ill SOUTH 33D ST.
A brand new t-room heated apartment,
living r"in finished in quarter-sawtij
oak. kirgu fireplace, bed rooms, bath and
sun room f.n.siied In white cuumel;
large yard, private porch, heat, hot and
cold water and janitor service furnished,
open touay tor inspection.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.
6I1 Omaha Nat. itank Hlug.
VERY choice 4 or 6-room ateam-hcated
apartnitnU on West Farnam St.
JOHN W. ROBBINS. ISoJ Farnam St.
5-R. ISOfi Emmet, nicely decorated,
HA.-T1NUS A HEYDEN, Kit Harney St.
OODEN ANNEX Rooms with kitchen
ettes. Council Bluff.
FIVE-ROOM fashionable apartment; no
objection to children. 2501 Sherman Ave.
Capitol Ave., t-room modern flat.
itJs 8. 36th Ave., t-room mod. brick flat,
well arranged for light housekeeping, $J0
RArtF BROS. DOCOLAa 16J.
rrk Ave. and Jackson lit., (-room,
team-heated apartments, with additional
maids' rooms. Kxclustvenes and con
venience In a new apartment building.
Reference required. C. B. Moser, 4i31
Underwood Ave. TeL H-J767. or Jani
BT. CLAKE APAKTM&NTa.
ltd and Harney 8t . 3 room apartment.
Call H. 647 or D. KS06.
j 00 Three large rvome apartment, part
modern. llb Kim 8t. Harney 4JS.
ONE t-room ault in 8t. George, located
In the exclusive West Farnam reaiden
tlal so tlcn. 113 N. aiat Ave. Tel. W. 1IT4.
2013 CHICAOO Nice
apartment. Douglae 12.
t-FOOM modern fiat. 1:12 So 11th.
EI.KGANT (-room apartment In fashion
able apartment house, north; no objen.
Uuu to ihiidreo. ami anenuan Ave.
ApartsnrBta siwd 1-lata.
Rental Service Free
Why worry where to find a house or
apartment whan we have listed every
vacant house and apartment In the city.
Fhone us for further Information,
Douglas 2S. Fidelity Storage anil Van Co.
Gordon Van Co.
31 N. 11th Pt. phoneJVJW or W eh 1 XI.
NEW fIFATKD APARTMENTS,
CLOSE TO DEPOTS,
tl3 rVHF.ST A V EN I K.
Heat. and cold water. first-class
equipment, good Janitor service, rrlvate J
porrne. large yam; win decorate to sun
tenants; 4-room apt.. tk winter, sum
mer; 6-room apt., $47. M winter. $10 sum
rr.er. Janitor will show you through at
PATNE SLATER CO..
616 Omaha Nat. Hank HI. lit
8-ROOM furnished flat. $13. 2422 Leaven
worth SL '
J X KEMP
2M2 Ieavenworth Pt. ' Doug. W7.
Board a ail Room a.
HOARD and room In private- family for
two gentlemen. Call Harney ".
MODERN room with board, $'i, W. 6ft.U
The Rest Haven
Just opened; all new furniture; finely
furnished rooms, with board and a garaxe
for your ear. Harney 7.'?. US Harney St.
2.117 HARNEY ST. Modern, warm rooms;
MKAM heat, mod. rooms, adjoining; for
gentlemen, $3 and $ft. l. itilS.
FURNISH ED room for cne or two gen
tlemen, $10. rL'.vi Meredith Ave. W. IW17.
211 S. 25TH ST., strictly modern flout
room for gentlemen, in private family,
close in. $1M.
R. IL MEN Furn. roomx, steam heat.
fine view; your calls answered dsy or
night; $ to $! mo. to respectable people.
Third floor, 702 No. ltith St.
I'I'NDEE, large south room,
closets; on rar line; $1R. H.
TWt) sleejilng rooms; $.1. I). 7S1S.
FURNISHED room for rent, near Crelgh
ton university. Vhone loutli 72S1.
SIX unfurnished mod. rms., $li. II. 1MJ7.
ri'RNISHEn HOUSE for rent; splen
didly furnished r-room house In West
Farnam district; rent reasonable. Harri
son & Morton, 816 Omaha National Bank
THREE nice rooms, housekeeping.
CAVITOU 2411 Two rooms; ail modern;
Furnished Hou.eWreplnBj Room.
MODERN room, with kitchenette; $3.73.
CALIFORNIA Hotel. lth and Callfornl
Weekly rate 12 and up. Dougla 70X3.
OODEN HOTEL Rooms
$2 per week.
DODOE HOTEIj Modern. Reasonable.
lluuaea and lottagra.
Field Club Home
Fine "-room and sleeping porch, hard
wood f!nlh. finely decorated; special In
ducement for rig" tenant.
Peters Trust Co.
3214 CORBY ST.-31H. Five rooms, electric
light, gas, bath: large lot, fruit, shade
trees; good condition. Key at 3.10.
W. T. SMITH CO..
Douglas 2819. 1111-18 City Nat'l Bank.-o
BEAL'TI Fl'L 8-room, modern bouse on
ISth and California. Harney 6612
9-R. house, mod., oak finish, hot water
heat; near cars, Dundee, Harney 2.V8.
FOR RENT fl-ROOM HOCSE. STRICT
LY MODERN, ;fT! DODOE: PARTY
LEAVINO CITY. FHONE HARNEY 1244.
New brick and stucco home, just being
finished; three fine bedrooms and sleep
ing porch 2d floor; large living room and
I t,1O0r Wh'U enUmC,: ,4& n
dining room; oeauuiuiiy iinisnea in ma-
Peters Trust Co.
1613 Farnam St.
Tel. Doug. ;jmw.
MODERN 8-room house. On S. Sath Ave.,
vacant November 5. Can be seen after
9 a. in. any day. Inquire T. J. O'Brien,
Phones Harney 1M or Douglas 121s.
FOR KENT November I, 316 S. atth Ave.,
7-room modern flat. See Charles (J.
McDonald or J. J. Tom$, $15 Hrandels
Bldt;. Phone Douglas 34.W.
114 SO. 3TH-8-r., ull modern house, $30.
RASP BROS. DOCULAS lt3.
6-R. modern house, 1727 S. loth. D. 741ii.
LARUE list of houses at special prices for
the winter. Do not mlsa this oppor
tunity. F. D. Wead. 1-Mh and Farnam Sta.
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT.
1312 S. Ltith St., 8-r., all mod., good loca
tion. HASTINGS HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
8r., gquare, one block Farnam line, $40.
6-r., heated, over drug etore, S. W. 24th
and California. $3u.
O'KEEKE REAL ESTATE CO.,
101S Omaha National. Douglas 2715.
Hntiupa ' Parte of the city.
Lreiah Sons A Co.. Bee Bldg,
Fidelity Storage Co.
Storage, moving, packing aud shipping.
16th & Jackson Fits. Phone Douglae 28s.
fcl iwkJu m-iii. .th modern, .-room nous,
also 4-re-oo flat J?0 No IM
Stores, moves, packs, ships; J-horse van
and 2 men, $1.25 per hr. ; storage i per
mo. Satisfactory guar. D. 4.1. Ty. 230,
J. C. Reed
aixp. Co., moving
packing 4k storage
U07 Faiaam. L. iM;
Van and blur
age Co. Reduced
rates for tall ri.vi.
4-arge tan, men, i m per nr.; dray 1
men, II :er hr. 1713 Welter. Doug. 14M.
We have a 'complete Hit of all houses,
paitmenta and fiats that aie for rent.
This list can be seen tree of charge at
Gmtiha Van 4k btorage Co.. bus S jtih bt.
6-ROOM cot. mod. ex ht., newly papered
and painted, 3Mi Leavenworth.
7-ROOM, all mod. house near Han.tcotu
Fark, with garage; garage now rented;
electric lights. Tel. iiouglaa 4J6.
i-KOOM cottage, mod. ex. hoat W. ij-.il.
C11ICAUU, Zlu-J-R. mod., cloe to hlh
ehol: $45. T. H. Welrlch, Doug. 7iiS.
(-ROOM strictly modern nouae In Al con
dition, location Hsl'i l'aclflc St. Call at
IPSO B. !sth 8t., or Fhone Harney i4.
t-R. mod. cottage. 7U) S. 7th Bt. $.'i 7-r.
mod. house, !i14 Leavenworth bL, $..
eucn une iocs lions, rnonn weoster Jo'JV.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Bsven room and hall, strictly modern,
hardwood finish in first floor, three bed
room upstairs, one bedroom and bath on
first floor; $3u. This hodse fronts on
paved street and boulevard, blocks
from car line.
heven room, sleeping porch and sun
room, new and dealrable, exceptionajly
flne view, quiet neighborhood. $J or Its
Eight room, modern, with two bath
room. In the West Farnam district U
J. li. Dl UONT ft CO
1603 Farnam St. Fhone Dougla 690.
teres aa Ofllees.
XN'D FLOOR office room or suitable for
light infg. Wright ft Laebury, but eV.
ICth ft. Doug. 162.
FOR RENT Meat market, all equipped.
Write or call E. L. Hhackley, Avoca,
GOOD barn, room for or U horse.
117 Webster St all Do'UHae a
Bee reader are too intelligent to over
look the opportvnitle In the "want ad"
cclumca They're worth while reading.
VANTF1 Tt RK.TT
TWO upfurnlshed room for housekeep
ing, walking dietsncc. Address, R 454,
RENT eighty acres of corn land foment
year, with improvement, tor casn or
grain rent. Chsa. Hrick, 1M Iaven-
worlti !t , Oman
FIRM A ft INCH LASI1 KOR MIR
FIVE MO H.vnOMNS, WT T11F.
I n.ust concentrate mv funds and will
sell the folljwlnp property cheap In order
to clore t hem cut :
A well Impn'v.d uplund farm of 10"
rrr. n 1.ro,,m lOUe. IrtTge b SO-
ment; barn, big ci rn crib, fine fences and
nids. r miles from .)tnaria; close io iv
Ion, splendid roads, trood school: pleas
ant, nnteiprlaing neiKhbors; 40 acres In
alfalfa. in clover, and balance In corn
and wlui.t. This farm Is cheap at more
money, but $118 per acre, one-half cash.
will buy it.
tt-ACRE IOWA FARM.
An cleuant home farm of Kt acres, on
tbe Lincoln highway, two miles east of
Missouri Valley, I . U Is all in clover or
alt'nlfa. Improvements are nearly new,
and It Is the neatest place In the Hoyer
valley. We are proud of this little farm.
Yon v.miM pke onr neighbors. Our home
town of 5.CH0 people is tho best In the west.
Tl.t pince Is cheap at the price. $1V one
tin If caxh.
Close to South otoalin. House and six
large rooms, li rge basement, coal room,
fruit cellar and laree store room. The
barn Is large, with big hay mow. There
are two lnrne poultry houses, with all the
equipment The liin.l Is all In e ther al
fulfa. gan'rn or fruit, with splendid fence.
It Is just outside the etv limits, and was
built by a government man for a home at
a cost ol $.ri,G"0. 1 h:ive .lust finished put
ting It all In first-class shape, painted all
white and redecorated interior of house.
It is just the place for a retired farmer or
business man. It Is a snup at $4, 'it, tine
."Pi-acre chicken farm, neat little house
of three rooms, basement and cellar.
There is- plenty of fruit, pasture and gar
den. p,od well and prettv yard. This Is
all ready to step Hunt into. Price Is only!
$1.7.. One-half cash. I
DOUBLE FRAME 7-ROOM FLAT. i
This Is a good Investment property that
pays iiho Income. It has been our' home
for four years, and is all In first-class1
condition. Win Kvo possession January 1. '
Has double basement, cement floor and'
garage room for two ears. It would be 1
cheap at ii.5fi, but a little less will buy It '
on easy terms. '
The above Is No. 1 stuff, and I havei
priced It chean for onieu ..i. .1,1 '
direct or through a denier.
Ff B. OIBB8,
52 P. JOth St.
Phone Harney 1R92
A Good Farm Investment
for a City Man
A Oardfii Spot for
lu4n",iu?V2i '"V f,om iho ' "
.n,l ( V 'Ic trlc car line; level
le.'!.?';;1 "'.al,,J-- " I' leased for 4
. 1 o'.'-w .. n iir uiip which fa -t
11 "tr. g,K,d.W I'rlce" $Vo
IVSSESSION CAN RE OIVEN MARCH
.. ir ha.mkd,
1 nis is a safe nnd nt-,ni,i.i
in VuTue. m0n'y' U " Certa'n to ,,,rr"f
.7. U. DUM0XT-& CO.,
Farnam St. Phone hoi.nl.. v
X J, ""'c. alioV Irrigated land; best
of soil, producing nil standard crops,
such alfalfa, wheat, oats, corn, pot.:
toee, sugar 1-cels. Ideal for stock ralalnK
and dairying. A country of dlvers f ed
farming in broadest sense of the word
fHihfre.0 i'"r0,a"s anJ "" "o'crop
AbuMjanee of water for Irriga-
Urnmsfy'e,ryPeirsy,VB"r r'8l"S- rrl-"
1 .mm, ... . . . L
Phone Douglas ?H!t.
V. " Vly -Xttl"nal Bank Bldg.
Omaha. Neh. o
SALE i,et large bo.
Neneire,U,r"d' C- dl.y.' w"l!
1,000 ACRES. $15,000: In sunny Arkansa. 4
flSe ?ornld"rfidOJ 1 "Prv-J; 5 ho'uVe!
lino torn, cotton, truck, lrult land; fine
cold spring water; 400 bottom, ruts 3 tons
alue' ,,o1e,1C"'or1- Wa,,t f-.n euua"
Mcr5.',,Jl.M0 ,mles KO" to'n. Mary
Mclaughlin. Box M4. Eldorado. A rk -o
..i81 "U Kui-iui iui a. Ui tlj
union; settler ua.Hed, lauua lor sale at
low prlwB, 011 easy terms. Ask lor o'ok
!f. . on VV 'conain Central Land Client,
btate acre wui.ttd. Write about our
grawng land. It interested la fruit land,
ask lor booklet on Apple Orchara In
Wisconsin. Addrea Land tept.. boo
Line Ry Mlniieapoli. Minn.
BARGAIN SiO-acre Improved farm 20
miles from MinneupollH; on good gravel
road; laya level; about iM acres under
cultivation, balance used for pasture;
some flm meadow land; can practically
all be put under cultivation; building
consist of S-ioom hoime, barn, granary
corn cribs. mcl)iiiu Bhel, windmill, etc.:
good apple orchard. 1'rice, $ t)er aere;
one-half cash, reuaonable terms on baU
anoe. Adjoining farm held at double this
price. Schwab Bros., lws Ulyniouth Bldg..
Minneapolis, Minn. "".
Mlaeel la neons.
ALFALFA, corn and .hogs are rapidly
w""i.h 8 f,Rrmer 1,1 th southern slates
1 . " "wuni la uie new corn
Belt and the natural realm of -u-i.,..
Alfalfa. Act quickly while land pru e.
are so extremely low; value rapidly ad
vaiiclog. Alialli la.oklet and -Bouthern
I leld magaxinp Iree. ITias. S. Chase.
Western Agent, Southern Railway. KID
( hemlcal Bldg.. St. Louis, Mo.-o
nEALESTATK FOK KXCHANUR
Here's a Modern
For Your Clear Land or Its.
One-half block to two cur lines; 15 blks.
to pith St.; close to schools and churches.
Four rooms and hall downxlaira: 6 rms.
and bath aboe, aud 2 rooms finished 3d
floor. Double furnace, extra toilet and
lavatories. All oak and enamel finish;
big trees; lot Oi.xMO. Buyer niuat assume
$..500 mortgage, part payable montuly,
part can tun yearly, 6 per cent. will
make you a complete home. Ask for
U' Keefe Heal Estate Co.,
U'lfl Omuha Nat I. DougiuK LT15. I
FRUIT BEAR! Nil ORCHARDS.
I own two 40-acre fruit orchard right
on the edgo of Mtrdford, Oregon, one 40
with tree nearly live year old and 40
with trees about four years old: thu
!t In fine condition und should come iuu
' bearing next year,
ineav ori narus are made up very
largely of Bartictt Fear and Newton
1'lppin Apples, and are in a splendid po
sition, both for horticultural develop
ment, and so far aa the vaiue of the
property 1 concerned, a the orchard
are right on the edge of Med ford; a a
matter of fact, the outer line of the city
limit of Medford la a street which rune
along th ed):e of the property.
The state nighway, cement paved, run
nlng from Seattle. Wash., to Ban Diego,
Cel., passe through one portlun of the
first 40. separating four or five acre;
property In back of ua, with more ma
tured trees, has brought as high aa tl.M
an acre; one 16-acre orchard produced
$1"0 in returns lust year.
This Is considered one of th finest sec
tion In all Oregon for fruit growing, but
It I too far away for m to handle.
Will eel) or trad for good Minnesota,
Iowa or Wisconsin firm.
V. T. KESTEK. Vic Pre.,
Lord A Thomas,
Mailer Fldg.. CMcago. III.
FINE 20-aere farm. 4i mile from Minn.
polls; good soil; two set building:
will take up to $15 009 other good property
In exchange, balance some cash and mort-
f:age; price $60 an acre: finest stock farm
n that vicinity
IOC Plvmouta Bldg.. MlnneaDoM. Minn.
KIIAL KSTATK FOR K. IIAMU
FOR s.I.K or KXi'lUNilK-tIO av re
deeded land In north part of llohtcn
count v. for virlces and description write
the owner, C H. Fields. Iltnshnm, Neb.
2jHKAI ESTATE IA1AMS.
CITY and farm loans. J, ( per cent.
J. II. Immonl Co., 1M Farnam, Omaha.
WANTED-lTl y loans" Vet era Trust Co.
East Nebraska farina.
O'KEEKE REAL ESTATE CO..
Wis Omaha Natl Douglas :
li M'l HROS I -"". and up.
i HAH KIHON MORTON, fill lm Nstl.
WT1 Farm loans Kloke Inv Co. tunnha.
WANTEl-Ctty loans and watrants. W
Farnam Smith Co.. 1"0 Farnam.
CITY property. Irge loans a specialty,
W. It. Thomas. 2y StateBank Bid;
$in to $in"(00 nia.ie promptly." F. I . Wead,
W'ead Rldg , lKth and Farnam Sts
MONEY on hand forcltv and farm loan.
H. W. Binder. City Nstl. Bank Rldg.
IC CITT UTANS Remls-Carlberg Co.,
.11-311 Hrandels Theater Rldg.
SEE us first If vou want a farm loan.
United States Trust Co., Omaha. Neb.
AKSTKACTS OK TITLK.
KERR Title Ouuiantoe and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. 30f S. 17th St.
Phone Douglas MT.
HEED Abstract Co , oldest abstract office.
In Nebraskn. Ion Rrondels Theater
IIKAI KSTATF ACUKAtiK
Seven acres. In city limits, block from
car line, well Improved, set with fruit
and Ideally located for a home or Invest
ment. Will make terms.
V. T. SMITH CO..
D. nt19. Ull-i: City National Rank. o
" RF.AIi ESTATK noutii siiirc
S0i! liinney Street
Full-slie cemented cellar.
Oak flnlHh. book-cases, artistic fixture.
Street Improvemen's In and paid.
Large lot south front.
BALANCE LIKE RENT.
Ware Block. 15th and Farnam. Doug SOftS.
i.t yitv nr-. . w. HaaiBainnlH
A 5-Room. New. All'1.'""'1
- 0 - U AWU1U i.Vv 1 morning was not only very alow and
This house Is located on paved street,
close to two car line and two block
from good school.
It Is One of the Best Bargains
t in Omaha Today
Arrange to see us at once about this.
Bankers Realty Investment
Ground Floor Bee Bldg.
I'hone Douglas 2S2fi.
1 PETTIEST BUNUAIXAV
ON PRETTIEST MILE
Five rooms, strictly modern, unique
,1. ..a. I r... f i V A . I ,1 fm l.r.rt Int fWfl
blocks from $4th street car. Terms. $l,5t
down, balance monthly.
OA LLAOIIER fr NELSON,
644 rU-Kt.riclH Bldg. Phone Douglas -irvt-'.
Modern except heat, nice cement base -
ment, floored attic, screen and storm
sash, large east front lot, rear lot fenced,
chicken house, fruit end shrubbery, lo
cated near 31st and Meredith, one block
to car. Can arrange terms.
C. O. CARLBERG,
310-.TI3 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
UK AIi KSTATK KOl'TH HIDK
$1,000 BUYS a 7-room house,
8010 Ho. Itth Ht.
A REAL BARGAIN.
A strictly high-class 8-room, almost new
brick residence with good garage, one
block from Hanscom park. Cannot he
bent In city for quality or price. If liv
terosted call owner. Harney 22.
IlKAIi KSTATK Sl'IllRBAN
Finely located lot close to
car, best part Dundee, all spe
cials paid in full; will sell
cheap for cash. Call owner, D.
LOT BARGAIN, DUNDEE
GOOD BUY AT $1,500
Full lot. 60xl3Ti ft., next to double cor-
ner where a $C,0(O to fifrH residence will
be built. High and sightly, overlooking
boulevard; short distance to car.
Let us show you thl lot for a building
1 1 J ATT-FAI1 F1 ELD CO.,
2J0 Omaha Nat. Eank Bldg. Doug. iM.
IlEAL, ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
In New Addition
This house haa 4 rooms, la all modern.
Principal room in oak; fjrnace heat. Is
halt block from car l.ne.
Walk, tie and Uwn all lu, Street
on established grade.
Interior decoration and lighting fix
ture to suit purchaser.
Hee thla at once.
Bankers Realty Investment
O-ound Flour Bee Bldg.
i'hone Dougias WJi.
FOR MALE One-half interest In a mod
ern two-story brick store and rooming
house building new. Also half Interest
In two business lota with barn on, half
Interest In residence lot, half Interest In
bo-acre Irrigated ranch. Ill health reaeon
for selling. Thla property la located lu a
rapidly developing town in a new com
munity. For particular addresa Bog 4.
liardlo, Mont. e
OMAHA LIE STOCK MARKET
Killing Cattle Steady and Feeders
II0GS SLOW AND TEN CENTS OFF
Fat lteen and l.arahs of All Kind
Firm and Fairly Active Feeder
ttiecn and l.amha troni
SOfTIl OMAHA. tc. II. 1"1
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs ftheep
Official Monday U.H.'l J.V7 34,S.9
"triciai Tuesday h.ri.l 4. til
Estimate Wednesday . (..' J.vjO
Three days this week W o4 10.4
Same days last week .. ..' !.; l.ilrt 1.'a
f tine 2 weeks axo ....T.M.'t l.t.Ml V.1UM
Same ,t weeks ao r'.mi ll.or.. 114. !
tvime 4 weeks ago ....jr.ftiki s.MI
Maine days lust ve.ir ...24,i24 1&.7: Ht.sTd
The folio lug tab, slioa the recelKt of
ractle. hoK and hci nl tbe Houth Omaha
Ive slock market for tu r tk data, as
compared with lst year:
1?14 101.1. In. Dec.
Cut tin 7lS.:i;: 7C.ns;l r.H.7ll
Hogs 1.814.111 !.0h7.-.i 1.3.5M
hhaep 1461 ft S.4lS.l'l 2.1,ln
'.'he fdlowln table itinvsi tiie Price for
hog at the South Omaha live tock mar
ket lor th last few Ja s, with compari
Sept. M.I 1U 1 1.I t. I. 4e 16 I
Kept. 2,-. I s M, 6 1, II 4 $ 15
sept. a. 1 i5ij 1 oi 141 1 m t tM
Kept. :. IIS. I 35 1 lt. a i; ) kn
Sept, SU. 7 H'n 8 i S hj, fc li, 41 t H 6 b
wci. 1 . .1 1 S!" s 11 1 K 43 . I R U. I tii a uu
"Cl. il 4
7 N.-xl a 1M .! h i!H l til: I ti 1)1
s lii M' 1 ; k 7 M,
7 1 t 6J 13: f V k-H i
I 7 7i 8 ?Ui 1 6 SJ X 4Ui 7 ? 4 id
7 fs 7 ! 71 6 4J 4 1 7 fcl' t Id
7 S7i. 7 Ml; H 771 I S 27 7 5.1 (1 IS
7 ( 7 Kl, 77 4,-1 1 7 ti.l ?U
T 44S 7 ir.l 8 M- M) S ti It li
s Oli ti HO ti III t. U 7 7
7 4:- 1 M 24; s 41) T 7U 5 !0
Oct. 14 I 7 2i'. 041 Ral ti r,, 37, 7 4t fcS
CATTLE The receipts ot cattle this
morning were fair for a Wednesday, and
tho total for the week foots up a.(4
head, being only l.uuo head larger than
last week, hut over 4,iou head smaller
than two weeks ago. Aa compared with
a year ago there Is a gain of d.'.ka) head
for the three da.
The offerings of beef steers were lim
ited this morning, the supply consisting
iuikoiv ( metllutll KlnilH of vruKutr.
! There was, however, one bunch of good
coinieo yearling steers and heifers that
sold up to $10.50. aa high us has lieen paid
any time, this year. The market a a
whole was fully steady with yesterday,
there being a good demand for tbe grass
stuff. Aa noted yesterday half-tat corn
feds are more or less neglected, a buy
ers seemed to prefer grass becvea. It
might be noted In this connection that
the medium grudca or cornfed cattle are
reported a dollar per hundred lower at
Chicago lhan they were two weeks ago.
Cow and heller were In fslr demand
at price not much different from yester
day. That means that caunera are fully
steady with Inst week s close, while the
better grades or beef cows are around ibc
The continued rainy veBtller has been
detrimental to the feeder market during
the lust few days, as It tends to keep
many would-be buyers at home, while
Speculators Hle noi very free hou.r.
I when weather condition;; are aueh a to
uuii, nut generally a llttlo lower again
than yesterday, unless It might be on
.woiciioiiK especially nealrable.
Wuptation on Cattle: tlood to choice
cornjed bcevee, a.wm 10 SO; fair to good
ornfed beeves, $n vb 50; common to fair
cornfed beeve. $7 7f.ii.tW; good to choice
range ateer, 7.404(.; fair to good range
teers, 16. lucn 1.40; common to fair rang
steer, JtiOOm.76; good to choice graae
'lelfer. $6 ,ix)7.M; good to eh.ilc gross
cows. $i.CHVoi.?fi; fair to good grade. KM
Jfl.OO; common to fair grades, $4.O04i6M
prime feeders, $S.2!tiH.4i. Kli,i to rhr,
stockers and feeders. $7.riWH.X.; fair to
good stockers and feeders. t, utHl ta- enn..
I mon to fair stockers and feeders. $0 0 xj)
; 6.S0: stock leirers, $oHi(.75; stock cows,
ii.MHi.m-, iock calve. $a50jJiN 00; veal
I calves. $S.0Oia 10.25; bull, itags, tc...j.1a
Keeelpts and disposition of live stock at
the Union stock yards, South Omaha, for
twenty-four hour ending at 8 o'clock
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H ses.
C . M. St. P,
s If. 1
l, nl',n ' "p'f,c
),' .V." "
I ! V L p i T ''
r" B A Q east
I '., H. g , west...
I C. R. I. & v.. east
1 Illinois Central
; Chicago O. W
Total receipts ..nil
Cattle. Hogs. Hheep,
Morris A Co
Swift Ac Co
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour & Co
Sch wart 1 ft Co
.1. W. Murphy
Lincoln Tacking Co
ft. o. racking Co
W. H. Vansant Co
Benton, Vansant ft L. .
Hill & Son
F. B. Iwls
Huston A Co
.). U. Root & Co
L V. Huex
J. H. Bulla
McCreary ft Kellogg...
Wrrthelmer ft Degen...
H. F. Hamilton
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Co....
Baker, Jnne ft Smith.
Tanner Bros. ...
Ife. A. f Ko. . Pr.
n 11 7 71 $4 154 I (ft
t l&i c
8TOC' . - AN' FKKDF
WW 6 IB I Tt M
4)1 4 h ..'. 414 4 W
RE A L ESTATE M Ir.:LLA N EOl'H
Cathedral District $3 300 will buy mod
ern '7-room house, full cemented basement
with laundry, hot water heat, south fcont
lot. fino shade trees, cemented walk , 3
r-ioms on first floor. 3 sleeping room
and bath on second floor. Icatlon fine,
near Farnaiu car line. Will make term.
North Klde $2,400, b room, bath, gas,
electric lights, full slxed lot, Iron fenoe,
cement walk, fruit and shad tree.
Knap. W 111 make terma.
Hanscom Park District tS.&OO, modern
home, lot 60xh0, east front, beautiful lo
cation. Fiico reduced to make quick sale.
Let ua show you this bargain.
W, T. SMITH CO..
P. 2X19 1111-12 Oty National Bank o
REAL ESTATK FOR HALE Valuable
residence properly, free and cb-ar of
em uinbranco, worth $1,000; beat offer In
cash will take It. or will exchange for
diamonds or jewelry. Owner leaving city.
Olve full particular with first letter.
Marguln for quick action. Addresa owner,
care K (46. Ree.
COTTON SEED MEAL
Cottom Seed Oak Cold lhrl Oeka,
From Texas Mllla direct to you. Wrlie
or wire us for price on High Ghade
Meal or Cracked Cake. 43 to 4b per rent
protein. Cold Fressed Cake.
TBXAM CAZB AJTS UeTTBB CO.
r .... I fa i n m
M4 M 11 sl 6 0
8TM KS ft.VI' HEIFERbV
u ut t .
1 K0 IM I 1(M ft H
t ti a l i in "e
t 4 J I 4 1 1 10 M
W I'.S r E II N- N F U It A R K" A
10 t k li f ts tL4 i st k cMVs IT. 15
ti feeders... s n n stockers.. 1 2b
14 rtoekers.. 7iV 00
IA calves... ?10 no r, eows IftW l a,
cows pv.t d 0 a, eows piMi lo
cow s 0?s. t o
i steera HM !S a, steers .
feeders... iiv.', 7 -g, p feeder
II sleers 11 4) 7 W 1:1 steers
2;i feelers. IW4 7
ro 74 f. M 3 bulls. ..
sSA T K
IUW 7 2
Ati t 31
thl 1rL , "n,llU''' to slump todsi
J . dix-llne amounting to close to
live l rv.h bi.i.i. .
li . ,V . ""'""" rrw very moaerate.
! but w lh the tew load held from yeeter-
uav inev u-ec, 1 , a . .
"rdcr and packers were t ...
c belter their early bids to any great extent
t. uneven. Borne sales being no
niore than tilO- lower. while several
loads of the less desirable kinds looked
to be right at lRc lower than yesterday's
average. Of course, some of the late
sales yesterday were quite a bit lower
than the earlier trade, and had they
shown up In the representative sale col
umn, today low sales W1111I1I Met l.t.tb
i(u IP SO
are about 10c
lower. Movement was draggv all the way
mxmiku ami 11 waa well along In the
forenoon before any sort of clearance wa
Hulk of the hog sold at $7.JNff7.M. with
a few scattering sales on down to even
money ami a fair sprinkling aa high as
$7.40. Tops reached $7. SO, this price being
paid bv a shiier for pretty good lights.
As waa the case yesterday, shipping hogs
were uneven and hard to quote, but It Is
safe to ay that they show as much de
cline aa the general trade. .
Receipts amounted to fortv-five care, or
'.Ono head The week's total Is lo.Vjt head.
Iielug 5.rti0 head smaller the last week,
and nearly &..') head short of a yesr ago.
This la the smallest three days' run since
four weeks ago. when only K..V1 head were
received d 11 rug the same period.
Na. At Hti rr. No. A. Pa Pr
400 o 7 as m K wo i
M IM SO IS II Mt .. t M
it J4i inn 1 i m js7 hj 7 rj
4 HI IM T II M V! n 111
IS HI .. 7 10 M K 10 T M
a m .. m 4 1:14 .. t 4
lilt Ml 7 10 71 3 40 T 4.
V H4 K 1 II 5 40 t M
It... lu n t z
1 T4 .. I 91 J7 Ill .. T (M
I 16 1W .. H U 1 .. 7 s
I UM .. 7 00 41 M .. 1 4
SHEKI'-To all tnlco: aud l ui'i.,. .. ,,
sheep and lambs moved at prices gener
ally tuny steady with Tuesday trade,
though In some c.ae the market looaed
a little uneven, sorting being a little heav
ier In some Instances, while showing little
If any change In others. Considering the
wetiw of some of the offerings there
were trader that thought prices were a
Utile stronger If anything. In spite of
the more or lea wet condition of the of
fering the packer opened the trade lu
very fair season, and the most of the
good killing iambs had crossed the scales
by 11 o'clock. What waa here In the mut
ton line wa soon dispose,! of during the
first hours of the forenoon.
Moderate receipts was an outstanding
and bullish feature of the trade through
out, the estimate of the day being no
more than about ZS.M0 head, compared
with .12, "40 a week ago and 41. Ms a year
ago. This makes for the week to date a
rather light supply of killers at the dis
posal of the packers, ns only some g7,rtH0
head have been reported on the market.
aalnst I0R.AK2 durlnir the same time last
! week and I16.RM a year ago.
It was apparently a strong deal for
all kinds of feeder, due to the conttnu
anco of an active Inquiry and a reduc
tion In the receipts. There was a fa4
repreaentatlnn of rountry buyer In evi
dence, and eommlealon men held good or
ders, going out to fill their order as
early as they could.
(quotations on rang sheep and lamb:
Lambs, good to rholce, $7.4tSr7.70; lambs,
fair to good, I7.ltajf7.40; lambs, feeder,
$ii.0O'Il7.1f; yearlings, good to choice. $5.8
.m.10; yearlings, fair to good, $a.tkxfi.s.r;
yeai lings, feeders, $6.40ru6.9tl; wethers,
good to choice tTi.25iflfi.6n; wether, fair to
good. $6.1Vij5.2B; wethers, feeders. $4.3rnft
4. Hf.; ewes, good to rholce, t4.bonfl.Ni: ewe,
fair to good, U.'Mji.M; owe, feeder, $J.M)
2.11 Wyoming eweg
74 Idaho ewes
77 Wyoming feeder lamb...
K4 Wyoming feeder lambs...
4 Idaho feeder lambs
1KI Wyoming feeder lamb...
74 Wyoming feeder lamb...
464 Idaho lamb
Mo Wyoming ewes
r 4 Wyoming lambs
224 Wyoming feeder lamb...
1,122 Wyoming lamb
no Nebraska feeder lamb,.,
IS culls ,
IM Nebraska breeding ewes
2,101 Nevada fender lambs..
277 Ctah feeder ewe
171 l'ih feeder ewe
73 Wyoming feeder ewe Ill 4 10
300 Ciah feeder lambs K 70
rillCAf.p I.I VF. STOCK MARKF.T
Cuttle Firs. Hose Uleadr te Diane
II la her.
CHICAOO, Oct. 14.-CATTDF Receipts,
14,000 heed; market firm; beeves, $.i'0cal
10 SO; steers $6.10i'!t.l0; stockers and feed
ers, $8.3oTg.lB; eows and heifers, tifdeeO;
HnOf-Recelpts. JO.OOO hed; market
steady to 10c higher: bulk. t7.30o7.W); light.
$7.lif)t.l0; mixed, $7.2oxT.n, heavy, IK.isVrf'
8.15; rough, la 'at lb. pig. $4.(SKU'7.70.
"IIEBP AND IAMHS-Reeelirt. 41000
head; market easy; sheep. $4 7A4M.0O; y-ar-lli.ga,
$.0a.4o; lamb. taOOiqe wO.
Kansas City Live. Stork Market.
KANSAS CITT, Oct 14. -BATTLE Re
ceipts, lo.OIIO head; market steady; prima
fed steers, $7.Si 10.SO; dressed beef steers,
$7..V,ii'.t. I0; weMtern steers, $6.40i(S.76, rows,
$4..Vi'a7.2n: heifers. M.iVVffO 26: stockers and
feeders. IA HMf 00; bull. $S.0O(4). 60; calve,
$ cVClllO 10
IIOCH-Hecelpts. 12,000 heed: market
steady: bulk of sales. t7.1cW'7 40: heavy.
$7.2il(7..10; peckers and butchers. $7.JiV&
7. Mi; light. n.lOujT.fiO; nigs. $.7&4if.0O.
Hit KEF AND lA MBei Receipts,
head: market steady; lambs, $il.lM7.f0;
yearlings. $.r. 2frfti.00; wethers, f,.2Mi
ewes. $4 2fxtt.0t.
loag City LIT "teek. Market.
HlOt'X CITY, la.. Oct. 14. CATTLF5 -Receipts,
l,7oO head: market ateady: na
tive steers, WzruftR 3T; butchers, In.fiii'rlTijO;
rii end heifers, $4 2f.6iK.SO; cannrrs. $4 11O
fl4 M). stockers and feeders, ti.7.Viii.M''.:
calves, $7.00((V.W; bulls, slag, etc:., 4 S.Vf(
HOOf Receipts, $ ROD head: market
steady: heavy, $7 VflM: mixed, $7 2U"f
7 2;.; light, t;.lbu7.30; bulk of sales, $7.1
HHBF.P AND I .A MBK Receipts. $.flno
head; market weak; wethers. 6 2Mj,' 30;
ewes. P.2it(V,; lambs, $6 0o7 20.
t. Loo Is Live Htoek Market.
PT. IXlCIS. Oi-t. U--CATTIJ-:-RBCelpts,
, head; market ateady; native beef
tner. t7.0uvlV.H5; cow and helfirs, ii.(K)
toto.a,; Blocker and feeder. $6 tnycr7.so;
southern steers. $ii COoS 00; row and helf.
ers. 44 00n;) U); native calves, tl.uOcii'lO.tiO.
HOGJ4 Receipt. 13.9W hed; nir'et
lower; plga and light". $ 7(wr7.0; mlxe-1
and butcher, $7.iVi7.W; good heavy, ti.66
Bll ET7P AND IA M R8 Receipt. 1,400
head; market ateedy; riatlve mutton,
tt.outfC.Oo; lambs, $7.m2i8.0u.
t. Jesepk Live stock Market.
FT. JOHEFH, Oct. 14 CATTI.E Re
ceipts, ou0 head; market steady; steer,
$Mjuari0.2fc; eows and heifer, $4.2bfii4).00;
Hoti-Recclpt, 4.500 head; market to
to l(u Iriwer.
8HEEF AND LA M Bf4 Receipt. 1000
head: market ateady to strong; lajnba,
KEW TORK. Oct. M COFTEE-A
lightly steadier tone prevailed in the
local market for slot coffee owing to
apprehensions prompted by the action of
the Hraslllan authorities, who have Im
posed a censorship on all cables and pro
hibit th us of cipher. A more active
liquidation movement waa reported
through th voluntary committee, and
holders of open contract were requested
to put up additional Ift-point margins.
Local spot quotation remain unchanged,
wllh Rio 7a quoted at t'c and bantos 4
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Purchases of Wheat for Export Con
tinue to Be Liberal.
MANY CASH TRADES ARE MADE
Corn t I oea svllh "mall fialna for
the Day and the Range Wa
Higher Compared with
OMAHA Oct. 14, 114
While the purchases of wheat en enport
account continue liberal In all positions,
tho wheat bulls are awaiting a pertlal
clean. up if the big supplies before an ol.l
t'uie bull movement Is Inaugurated. There
Is an enormous iiuantlly of wheat In th")
show window of the I'ntted Mates.
Canada and a lot on the ocean, nnd ihns
llo lwlleve that pi lees will rule higher,
keep a close watch tiNn the wheat now
"In the open." The visible, supply of the
t'nlted Mates Increased llhrialiy again
the last week, the gnln Imlng d.MVOiO
busbeis to a total of f7. UI .OiXJ ousiiels.
The tiade In cash wheat on export .V
tount was more than offset yesterday by
those big stocks, but those in the wheat
business at Chicago, as well as elsewhere,
and who are considered conservative In
their views, offer tho opinion 'hat there
la toil one course of price, and that that
course Is to a higher level.
The most encouraRlnv news to wheat
holders ot the couniiy came from Kansas
'City yesterday. That market reported a
hig huMiiesa In the cash article on export
account and the advices from there said
that no metier whether the price of
wheat was up or down, foreigners were
ac. eptlng practically ail offers that were
anywhere near the market. Export sale
In nil poult lone yesterday amounted to
Ttxiot) bushei. which will go out largely
via gulf porta. The milling demand tor
raKh wheal was small, while It waa fairly
a tlve at Minneupoii. as well as at Du
luth. Corn closed at small gains for the day
and tne range was higher as compared
with the resting spot of Saturday. The
cash demand wa slow, with sales of only
IMioTO bushels. Weather was cold and
lalnv all over the hoit and continued un
stit.ed weather Is promised.
Wheat was c higher.
Corn wa VittlV higher.
Oat were lie' higher.
Clearance were: Wheat and flour
equal to 4M ,01 bushels: corn, 172,0 bush
els; onts, ,000 bushels.
Liverpool:. No Quotations.
Primary wheat receipts were 1.6.SJ.ono
bushels, and hlpment 73,000 bushels
gainst receipt of l.an.fmo bushels and.
Momenta of 146.000 bushels last year.
I Primary corn receipts were boti.two ousn-
els and shipments .ui,imo nusiieis, aiov
receipts of bu.fluo bushel and hlpinente
at of 4'JA.OiO bushels leM year. -
I'rlmarv oats receipts were l.sie.issi
bushels nd shipments I S2s,lioo bushels,
against receipts of sll.OW bushels and
shipments of iXiS.OuO bushels Inst year.
CARLOT RECEIFTM. , 1
Wheat. Corn. OaH. Rye.
Chicago 44 83 KU ' '
Minneapolis JWi ...
Duluth 2 ; ;
Omaha 4 14 U
Kansas City 10
Hi. Imula i 14
W innipeg S03 ...
Thene sales were reported today: Wheat
-No. t hard winter: 3 car. $1.0IV No.
1 hard winter! I car. tl-OlV. S cars. $ 0IH:
t cars, $1.01; 1 car, $1. No. 4 hard winter;
1 car, $r, 2 cars, Wc; 1 rar. Wc; 1 car.
burnt, W.4c. Iteiected hard winter: 1 car
Mr. No. 3 spring: 1 car. tl 01. Hearted
prlng: 1 car, 92c. No. 1 dur.im mixed.
1 car. tac. No. 3 durum: 1 car, 9c. No
grade: 1 car. Wc; 1 car. poor, 9o. M. 4
mixed: 1 car. us.-. Oat Standard: I car.
4Jo- No. 1 white: 8 cars. 41V,r; car.
4Sc. No. 4 white: 2 cars, 43c; t car. 4-4.-
No grade: 1 car, 42V1 1 cri,,-
white. 11-S cars. 72c; No. b white, 1 cgf.
low. 2 cars. 7c; No. 3 yellow, I "W.",
87'licj 11-3 ears, ffi'ie; No. 6 ycllcvw I
ears, 7o; No. yellow, 1 car. 07c; No. 1
mixed. 1 car, C7c; 1 car, tWMic; NO-
mixed, I car (near white), Vc; i care,
G7e; No. 3 mixed. 1 car tnegr white), 9o:
S cais. 6p; 1 car. 6V4jc; No. t mixed, t-il
car, t4V; No. I mixed, 1 car, UtiVi; 1
car, Wc; sample, 1 car (white), 1c; 1
ear, Kr,c; racks. Hoc. Rye: No. I: 4 can.
?. I ... nv 9 a r Hr IN O. V I-
wi no. s, 2 cars, Krr; 1 car, sac; no. ,
I car, sO'c: no grade, t cars, 79c.
Omaha Cash I'rlces- Wheat: No. t hard.
ll.UiMll.O: No. II hard, 4rfj$l nj; No. 4
hard, PVil.0n; ,Vo. 2 spring, ( Monti .02:
No. 2 spring! liK'ciu 1 0 ; No. 4 aprlng, Kl
ti'.Wc; No. 2 durum, StliDTic; No. i durum.
WldMe. Corn: No. 1 white, 721:'': No.
t white. 72"72i4e; No. White. 7l1'a72c:
No. 4 white, 7im73c; No. I white, "lii'qi
7Je; No. white. 71R7Hic; No. 1 yellow,
T'ffii"c; No. yellow, CTiAcWflliC: No. S
yellow. t,WW; No. i yellow. 7h7tlc;
No b yellow, iWVitTrCTe; No. t yellow, iMi
tKJr: rto. 1 mixed. RSifit7c: No. 3 mixed.
!'.itnne: No. 3 mixed, tsWiOc; No. 4
mixed. tViliftlbUc: No. I mixed. iSViiffiWC
Oats: No. 3 white. 43i-44e; tandard. 43Uj
i C4.lc; No. I white. 4.kn4.14c: No. 4 white.
fnV 4" V'H iinriey; .nailing. u.nno; ,-o. 1
- . Ifeed 4WjSlc. Rye: No. 2. &2',i(3c.-i No. 3.
CHICAGO CSRAIJf AD PIIOVISIOXB
Fe,aaree f the Trsdlaax d Closlag;
Frlce o lh Board f Trade.
CHICAOO, Oct. 14. Fresh acUvlty and
a retlval or strength developed In wheat
today, largely because of higher prices
at Liverpool and owing to a sensational
drop In receipt at Winnipeg. The mar
ket closed stronar at lVtfittitc above laal
night. Corn gained ifj'1c to 4o net, oata
Vi'ciSo and provision YHdJl'ic.
Wheat traders seemed to couple the
Liverpool advance and the scantiness ot
Canadian l'aclflc. Arrival at Winnipeg
were only DU4 car today, aa against 1,2
cars a year ago. and only luO cars in
Ight for tomorrow. Cnder uch condi
tions reports found ready acceptance that
tbe stock of wheat In Canada was to .
much greater extent than usually shown,
by the visible supply total and that coun-
i.u .I.,', inr. wm eoeresnmidlns-l V bare.
It was also asserted that th circum
stances were similar In the Dakotis and
Exporters led In the wheat buying her
from the start and their activity was
made more noticeable on account of bull
ish estimates of Transatlantic crops and
news of a decrease In the European visi
ble supply. Report that Portugal had
declared war on Germany were also ad
vene to the beare.
No Important setbacks took place and
the close a virtually at the top figure
of the day. ... .
Corn ruled firm as a result or wet
weather damage and of the bulge in
wheat. Eastern cash demand was said to
be the best In some time. ....
Hig export saiea helped to lift the oats
market. On the upturn, however, hold
ers took profits rather freely.
I'rovihions advanc ed sharply, Influenced
by an estimate that lard atocka here
would show a decrease for the first halt
of October tat the rate of I,"00 tierces a
rf.v v-iirihnr reasons for strength were
1 the higher Drtccforgraln and hogs.
I Cpi. High, I Low. I Close.
Wheat I ie....
1 111 1 ir
1 1 1T1
STVi. 10 10
11 on 11 06
11 00 I
Bl'TTER lower; receipts. 3.625 tube;
KHJil Lower; receipts. 7M7 cases; at
mark, cases Included. mj2Jc; ordinary
firsts! 1SSlt20'v: firsts, UVx'42'-'c.
1'OULTKY Unsettled; springs. 13c;
Kes City Grata nd rrovtel.
vivdiu PITT llct 14 WHEAT N't.
I hard. $1 rf.'i l.M; No. t red. I1U-S1;
December. tl04V4j; May. tl.UWWl .1H.
OtlHN No. t mixed. 4Vtc; No. I white.
73c; liecember. MVU43c: 'Way, 6;Sc
OATW-No. 2 while, 4iy4i)io; No. S
HI'TTs It Creamery. firsts, 26c;
ecinds, 2.V: parULnj slock, 20c .
EX.ti--Flrata, 22c, seconds, 14c.
FOl'LTRY Hens, Uc; brolteis, 16c.
Kvpatrd Aeple aad Dried Frail.
NEW YORK. Oct. 14.-EVAPORATED
DRIED FRC1T.-' Prunes, steady. Apri
cot and peaches, dull. Raisin, dull.
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