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THK DEE: OMAJIA, TUESDAY, OOTOUER HO, 1914.
Take Hunmrn Park car to B. tth Pt-,
to. Private residence,' two In family Two
Suites of room a, two bedroom, parlor t
each bedroom, beautifully furnished;
Strictly modern, with proper car. Trivet
ith; "fin for two bualneaa men or trav
eling aaleemen with headquarters In
Omaha. wishing a pleasant honw. Prices
rtuoMMa These roiy rooms on nwn
floor: private entrance: want front; south
exposure; fin surroundings; near car;
FARM at RANCH LANDS roR IUR
T-R. HOUSRN. Xlh Bt. Tel. I. P4.
rLWASANTLY furnished room In private
family. HO month. Phone Harney 4161.
QUIKT location, modern room, hot an
cold water: walking (Untune; t. W.4343.
BAnriAIN tVacre Improved farm. tt
mllee from Minneapolis; on rood gravel
road; lays level: about 130 acre under
cultivation, balance used for pasture;
Ktn fin nrnwlow land; fan practically
all b put under cultivation; building
constat of t-room house tarn, granary.
Corn crib, machine shed, windmill, etc.;
good arpla orchard. Frlca. ISO per acre;
ana-half rash, reasonable Irrmi on bal
ance. Adtolnlnar farm held at double this
price. Schwab Bros.. ItCt Biymouth Bldg,
FURNISHED rooms by day or week;
modorn; steam beat; H.V) up. 1V7 B. l'Jth.
NICK front room In modern home for one
or two gentlemen. On car line. Reasona
ble. Kim Leavenworth. Harney 717.
Best dairv and general crop a tat la tae
union; elders wanted; lands for sale at
low prtuea. on easy terms. Ask for book.
on Wisconsin Central Land Grant.
Plate acres wanted. Write about our
(Taxing lands. If Interested la fruit lands.
ask for Mixm on' Apple urcnaroa i
Wisconsin. Address Land PepU Bon
Una KxM Minneapolis. Minn.
2317 HARNET ST. Modern, warm rooms;
reasonable. ' .
MODERN front room and bedroom al
Joining on car line, US. tlZl Charles.
"Webster 43fi6. '
STEAM heat, mod. rooms, adjoining, for
gentlemen, and tn. O. .
FURNISHED room for enn or two gen
tlemen. 10. K30 Meredith Ave. W. S1T.
FURNISHED room for rent, near Crelih
ton nn1ver1ty. Phone Douglas 7M1.
COZir rooms, steam heat, fine view, $rt
to SIS month; respectable people; 3d
floor. 701 N. lth. '
THRK15 nice rooms, hak'g. 1113 8. llth.s
ELEGANT suite rooms, furnished com
plete ; strictly modern; B. gth St.
Pnrnlaked ilotawekeepin; Ran.
Mod. room with kitchenette; reaa.; u.
Farntshed He era.
n-R. furnished house, ltna Wirt.
Ftve-room, J71G N. 24th; strictly modern,
beautifully furnished. Wchster 717d.
Itatels and) Aaartaaeata.
CALIFORNIA Hotel. 16th and California.
Weekly rates SI and up. Douglas TDM.
OGDEN HOTEL Rooms 12 per week.
Council Bluffs. ;
pnnOH HOTEL Modern. Reasonable.
Homaea and Cottasre.
223 N. 25TH ST. 7 rooms, all modem. S40.
ISSn raafellar S-r.. mod. ax. heat. CO.
W2 8. SBth 8t.--r., modern ax heat. H.
7421 Ersklne 8t 6-r., mod. ex. heat, II.
1231 Corby 8t, 6-r. partly modern, 113.50.
S23 N. 30th St. R-r., mod. ex. heat, J1&.50.
f MnCAOUE INVESTMENT CO.,
IfiOS Dodfre Bt. Phone Douglas 415.
IF you want strictly modern home, S
room, never before rented, call HarneV
1346. Low rent to right tenant. Twenty
minutes' walk from city hall.
8-r. mod. house, 3S16 Charles. Walnut 8381.
NEAR Crelghton College. 2iti Caaa, walk
ing distance. Brand new, nil modern.
elegant two-ntory, six-room bungalow,
SOT. owner. Webster S75.
131 8. 22 D ST. S rooms, modern except
neat, sju. iea w.
FOR RENT 611 California St.. new 7
room house, never occupied. Phone Web.
NICE &-rjom modern cottage, $18. Harney
BARGAINS FOR THE WINTER.
2813 Woolworth Ave.. 8-r.. modern.. 130.
viia r.kirtAo-A o u 1 .
fireplaces, suitable for light houeekeop
16S0 N. 20th rooms, modern, $1.
RINQWALT, Brandeta Theater Bldg.
2150 8. 32a. 10 r., mod.; garage, sleep
ing porcn, w.
27 Farnam, 8 r., mod. brick, 150.
134 N. 24th. 10 r., mod., 340. Others.
RINQWALT, BrandeU Theater Bldg.
NINE rooms, steam .heat, thermostat.
szio riurt t. uougias lt&K.
8EVEN rooms, modern except heat, 2127
Douglas Ht. uougias 1K8.
8715 OHIO 7-room modern; 317.
LARGE list of houses at special prices for
the winter, jjo. not ansa tms oppor
tunity. V. D. wead. lth and Fafnam 8ta
7-ROOM modern houae,- never been occu
pied ; will sell. S72 N. 4M. J. 3.
FOR RENT November 1. 316 8. 2th Are.,
7-room modern flat ' See Charles G.
McDonald or J. J.' Toms; 616 Brandela
Bldg. Phono Douglas mas.
. BRAND NEW A HOME FOR YOU.
7-room brick dwelling, . beautiful oak
finish, built-in bookcases, kitchen cabi
nets, paneled dining room with plat rail.
eieganc iigoung uxturesv via B. 2btu.
Tvlar fM J j I
7-R-, mod, cottage. 2014 N. SSd. D. 1246.
s-R cottage, first-class condition; large
yam; near car line; siz. ti. iivi.
BEAUTIFUL 8-roora, modern house on
Z'tti and California. Harney-ftftis.
We hav a complete lurt of all houses.
apartments and zlata that aro for tent
This list oaa be seen free of charge at
Omaha Van 4k Storage Co.. 80S & Uth BC
MODERN 8-roora house, 206 8. Kth Ava.,
vacant November 6. Can be seen after
9 a. m. any day. Inquire T. J. O'Brien,
f nones Harney ium or loueiaa U1S. ,
6-R. modern hoose, 1727 8. 10th. D. 7416.
f loilSPS ,n u ParU ot the city.
UOUSeS creigh Sons Co.. Bee
BTEAM beat, all modern, J-room house;
iau -crm iiai. m pto. sda.
Fidelity Storage Co.
to rage, moving, pacxing . and ahlpplDg.
IS th 4k Jackson Sts. Phone Douglas JfcS.
Globe , Van&Storage
Stores, moves, packs, ships; 8-horse van
and 8 men. 1.36 per hr.; storage 12 per
mo. Batisfactory guar. D. 4338 & Ty. bu,
J. C. ReGCl f1"0! storage
7j?L OO AV " rate tow daya
!, wou, a per ni; dray
i per nr. iih Webster. Uoug. lsl
S-R. mod. cottage, 71S S. 37th Bt.. tA 7..
mod. hduae. Mi Leavenworth Bt. 836."
n.i.k i . i ... ... .
.uwnUn., j-none weoeter 3&H0.
- Stores aaaV Wfiieea.
ZND FLOOR office rooms or suitable for
iiauv-wig. w rig ui ti LMOnry, eus a.
Ami du ioug. lax.
FOR RENT Mat market, all equipped.
Write or. call E. I Buackley, Avoca.
tiuoo barn, room for or 10 horse.
uui vveoaiar si ait XJovglaa 41.
WANTED TO RBfCT
TWO "jfurnisbed rooms for houtekeep
ing, waiiunt! aiataaoe. Addree H. o4
REAL BSXATB IA0AX8.
CITY and farm loan, 6, S. 8 per cent
j. ii. Dumont A Co., ism ('arnam, Omaha,
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
OMAHA homes. East Nebrsaka farm.
O KEEKH REAL. ESTATE CO..
1018 Omaha Natl. Douglas I71&.
GAitviN nnoassst sra:
HARRISON MORTON. 1 Om NaU.
WTO-Farm loans Kloke Inr. Co. Omaha.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
ramam r-rnun a i o.i ramam.
property. Large loans a specialty.
IL Thomas, 228 State Batik Bldg.
POP to 110.000 made promptly, r. D. Wead,
wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Pta.
MONEY on hand for dty and farm loans.
m. w. mnuer, uity wati. btnit wing.
firlCITY LOANS. BemU-Carlberg Co.,
U81(WS12 Prandels Theater Bldg.
BEE us first If you want a farm loan.
United Btates Trust Co.. Omaha, Neb.
ABSTRACTS OP TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee end Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. . 8. 17tn Bt
Phone Douglas MM.
REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of flea
In Nebraska. 2" Brendels Theater.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
I have for sale a pretty 6-room bunga
low, new, all modern throughout and
located t block from school and 1 block
from car Una,
Cement walk In all around.
Houae beautifully finished, principal
rooms in oak. balance or house in edge-
sawed hard pine; has full cement base
ment and is heated by furnace. .
Tertns: $32.50 Cash; $32.50 Per
Month. . '
For further Information phone
" . CHAS. F. WAHL.
FOR SALE ,
Brick, two 6 -room Pt Louis flat East
front, good yard, with shade. South bay
windows. Built 6 years, never changed
tenant. Part cawh.
WANT AN OFFER
on a 7-room, all modern house on Pratt
Ht. There's a sleeping- porch, good fur
nace, electric lights, large comer lot
paved street and you can nam the Price
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANT.
Phone Douglas 17S1. . ' v Ware Block
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Bulls in the Wheat Market Fifht
Hold inr the Fort
CORN OUTLOOK NOT SO GOOD
Trade In Von Ha Been Moderate
Proarlma aa4 1-arsrer DeU
ra Are Friendly 4 That
OMAHA. Oct mi.
Joseph V. rrltrhard says: The bulls In
heat hold the fort. And from presrnt
appearances there la a slim chance lor
th ttMra Mfiinint control of the bread-
f.iff. attiiaiion. The exDort taklnga ot
wheat and flour continue on a large
scale In all poelttona and thla strength
ening influence U not Ukely to ba over
Word romee or the nig taaiara 01 wnrav
In nearly every market ff this country
r .nurina the two wheat
...... ...nn.n.a t, buvinr nower has
extended well Into the Interior Vou,Iiri"
quantities at the milling point of tho
northwest and southwest
It seems useless for the bears In wheat
to put out short lines In the hope of being
hi tn even uo tneir position pivui.
as circumstance are decidedly against
There are manv reoortji eomlna forward
of the corn promise a having deteriorated
materially dur1nr the laat fortnight Cor
respondents In Iowa say tho crop promise
Is not as good as formerly believed; that
the recent heavy rains In that state ana
the fact that considerable corn In down
will shorten the euppllMt no little.
The trade In com has been of moderate
proportions, and the larger people In the
market are friendly to that grain and ex
pect higher prices for It. It Is said that
In some sections of the corn belt the
new crop la already being- fed In goodly
Wheat was lflle higher.
Corn was lo higher and lc lower,
Oats were UtfvVc hlcrher.
Clearances were: Whest and flour
equal to l.ZM.ono bushels; corn, 8,008 bush
els; oats, to.ow biisneis.
Liverpool dosed: Wheat. lVtCyll
h1hr: pom. unchanered.
Primary wheat receipt were t,034.0no
bushels and shipments 1,177.000 bushels,
against reoelpts of 1.417,000 bushel and
hinm.nl uf l.flOT.OoO bushels laat year.
Prtniaxv corn receipt were 8S8,O0ft
KuaKola and ahlnmentfl 448.000 bushel
aralnst reoelpts of 684,000 buahela and
.hinm.nl vf SK.ttW buahela lul rear.
Primary oat receipt were KiS,000
bushels and shipments W3.000 bueheta,
against receipts of 966,000 bushels and
Shipment of B38.000 bushel last year.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 1 hard.
fl.OStn.Ot; No. I hard, W.o4l.lw; no.
No. spring, tl.oeei.0t; No. sortn". BtofJ
11.00: No. 2 durum. tc451.00; No,
durum, pH99c. Corn: No. 1 whit. TS
iff744c.j No. 3 whit. 7SWI4o; No. t white,
7S474c; No. 4 white, 73rT4c; No. t white,
TOVMrrac; No. 9 white, nwwi o. i yel
low. WAifttfgitc: No. t yellow. 88ttc: No.
t yellow, 6846fVfcc; No. 4 yellow. 7M
6S4c; No. S yellow, S7H8c; No. t yel
low, 7HtT6c: no. 1 mixed, Bi',r!(c: wo.
1 mixed. 7HSc: No. II mixed. 67146Sc;
No. 4 mixed, KlWHc: No. 6 mixed, 7i
7c: No. mixed. SSrVe. Oats: No.
I white. 46VR4fHc; standard, 44tN6c;
No. 1 whit. U44Hc: No. 4 white. 449
44"c. Hariey: Malting. 5,fi,8nc; no,
feed. 4fk63a Rye: No. i, 84H35c; No. t.
NEW, modern 6-room bungalow. Oak
una in am. zza Be Ames; terms, web. 4228.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
(LfiOO BUYS a 7-room house, large lot
oviv eo. in bu
A REAL BARGAIN.
A At41v hlvh.1 1.,u.m .In,.. K
brick residence -with - good garage,' one
block from Hanscom park. Cannot be
beat In city for quality or price. If In
terested can owner, Harney 2J.
Field Club Bargain?
Elegant residence, seven rooms. Ii.
fully decorated, (rood sleeping porch,
fireplace, delightful sun parlor, modern
in every particular, located on the corner
ot 13d and Lincoln Ave., ivst faun blocks
from Field club; south front large lot,
60x160. This place is positively worth
SI&.000. Can be - purchased with 6.0U0
caan, oaianc mommy.
CfALLAUllEit & NEL.SON
444 Brandels Bid. D. 1381
wMte, 7c; Ixember, tV
oats-Ko. I wh te. 47c: No.
SEW YORK (tr.r.RlL MARKET
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
aoatla ef Ik. nay Vartoaa
NKW YORK. Oct. la.-r-LOt-R Flnnlv
W HF.AT Spot atrona: No S red. Il mi-
No. t hard. II UA: .No. 1 northern Oiiluth
ll: No, 1 northern Manitoba. II. nw
nominal, c, I. f. Buffalo. Future mar
ket was without tranaactkns, Decem
ber, 11. : Mav, II.SIH4.
CORN pot, firm; No. t yellow, 1e
I. f. to arrive: Arsentlne nrlme. :;.
OATH Snot firmer: standard while.
nvfiJo; No. t white. M AM Van; fancy
clipped white. Utioo.
1AT Steady; prime. 11 10: No. 1. 1106:
No. S, smiOTSc; No. I, SJVvirttTV.
steady : state common to choice.
1914. m-44e; IRIS, nominal; Faclfto coast
114. 134-len; his, JOalSo.
HlPi--4Steaiy; Bogota. leCTOr: Cen
tral America. S4c.
LEATHHR Firm: hmlock flrats. Sift
SDo; seconds. SOfl.llc.
PROVISIONS IVrk. easy: mesa. 12100)
TJi.sn: ramiiy. .'4 .swjt7.ni; short clears.
lil(tfflR.0(. R.vf. nulet: mesa. tn.(W3 00:
family. latOVWOOO. Lard, firm; middle-
west, nu.fh ui.60; refined, steady; con
tinental, $11.40; Bouth America, til 70;
compound, 7V4irr7Hc Tallow, quiet;
city. 4c; country, V4Wc; special, 644c,
BITTTER Firm; receipts, i.liiO tubs;
creamery extras, 8o; creamery. Xlr:
creamery firsts, SMjflic; eonda, S.tiC7p;
process extra. JwiJJ6c; ladles, current
make, nrots, ZSVMiMc; seconds. lliiiHV4c:
packing stock, current make. No. 1, 2oQ
CHEEfK Steady: receipts. 1.67S boxes
state whole milk, fresh white and col-
ered srierials, I4tn(c; starte wholo milk.
average rancy, iic; BKims, rv.v.
buua irmer; receipts, 0.S.7 caaes;
fresh gathered, extra fine, S3iU3Ac; extra
firsts. JSttijtflc; flrsta 2J'2ic; seconds, mt
Vr; state, Pennsylvania and nearby hen
nery whites, (0tulc; state, Pennsylvania
and nearby gathered whites. &4jt.xc: state,
Pennsylvania and neerhy hennery browns.
lf63Kr; state, Pennsylvania and nearby
gathered browns and mixed colors, JKJ
POULTRY Dressed, steady; western
roasting chickens. 17Hi'llv: fresh fow-la,
I41fi!0c; turkeys, frosen, lVfilc; live, eas
ier; western chickens, 14Vo; fowls, liif
lbMrc; turkey, HijjlSc.
Cattle Eeceiptt Larg-ett of Year and
Ten to Fifteen Lower.
HOGS FIFTEEN TO QUARTER OFF
lards Fall ef Sheep a La tabs, bat
AH aelllaaT Freely ()ld Dheea
"teady Stroar Lamb
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct. , lilt.
Receipts were: Cattle.Hoga.Bheep
Ketimate Monday 18.flfl0 .) 47.UW
oamn flay laat week....ia,21
Kam day 1 weeks ago.12.2IS
fKine day t weeks ao.I4.2!
Kama day 4 weeks sgo. 1,13
Kama day last year... .10.411
The following table snow the receipts ot
rattle, hosa and aheea at tn Mouth Omaha
live stock market for tn year to data, as
vuuiymrva wiui iaei yean
1514. 1911. Inc. Dec
Cattl 7:V4! 7.(H5 t.M7
Hons 1.W.7.KSS l.O&H.ira) , t30,a.i
neep J,41,to4 rt.ll.Kl U.063
The following table show ta price for
Cogs at in south omah live stocK mar
et for tb last few day, with comparl-
OMAHA UKNER1L . MARKET,
REAL ESTATE MISCKLLAXEOC8
At a big bargain, a modern t-room
house, well located land close in. Will
U for 11,500 if sold mi week. Address
D-664, care Bee.
MARRIAGE! LICENSES. '
The following- permit to wed have Veen
Name and Residence. Ag-e.
John P. Robare, Hastings X
Nina Holllster, Hastings...... '. tl
Homer B. Orubb, Omaha B
Marie J. Beverns, Galesburg, III tl
Henry C. Dross, South Omaha.....;.,;. 21
Theresa Bestenlehnar, South Omaha... tl
Elmer O. Roberts. Fort Dodge. la 47
Mrs. Elisabeth N'oland. Fort Dodg-e, la. tl
Harry C. Townsend. ' Omaha............ 14
Carrie B. Hill. Council Bluff 17
John H. Crown. Omaha, over tl
Elisabeth C Gill. Omaha, over 11
Dean B. Carman, Omaha tl
Emma M. Klots, Omaha 11
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED To borrow between t-'.ouO and
13.00U private money.' Will give first
mortgage on western real estate, apple
orchard. Address J, U. Lyon, 4K1 8. td St-.
riBM RANCH LANDS FOR flALB
FOR - 6ALKiC0-uT homastead. well
Improved; south of Tumi, Colo.; corn
and hay goes with place. Prio It MX Ad-dn-sa
P. O. Box 17. Yuma. C'olo-
FOR BALE 10 acre Idaho fruit ranch.
bej-ln-, appies CaJ. plums; grapes anil
cherries, t-r. mod. bungalow, hot water
heat; near town. Bargain If sold this year.
Owner, John W. Fink, Buhl, Idaho.
FOR BALE Kuiiu wheat farma Have
several Improved Kaiuaa wheat farma
of 1W to WJ0 acres. Will sell rlgnt on easy
terms. Addreas, Owner, Box . 164, Inde
pendence, la. '
800-ACR& ranch. Brown county, Ne
bra.ka, for sale of trade; 107 ft. 17th;
. . .
OMda II k4 tor racer Ootobar 1. 114:
Kaueood KaaJtr CO. to Christina Z. Btacker.
lot 4. Kaavood add I Mi
W. r. Ur to Albert i. amaa, tax ault'for
ywr 1M6. lot 10. block 1; lot 17, block I;
lot , block 4; Iota it. 11. U aa4 2ft. block
7: lota 1 sail 11, block 1; lota t and II,
slock ; lots 1 ea 14. block 14. AlbrlglU's
Anaex, Boutk Onuse
iaha K Shtllar an Bmma J. tthallor la
Bile Plunimor, nlH teat t mH at lot U,
kluvk 1, Improvement Aaaoclatloa a44.... 1
aUrtin J. gckafar aa4 wlta te Oertruea
Kchatar. M fact ef lot 4. Haves' add ... I Mg
W. Howard Heer to arovc-Whartoa Cba-.
atructlua Co., lot 13. block 0, Benaon 1
Joha P. Patsnaa and wife la William Ge-
trlnf, lota It aa4 -14, block 1. boiuoa I.SOo
Frank Leonard Jokneoo sad Glttabeth Anda
Jobaaoa ta Lai N Jerome, lot I, block 1,
Penmaa Plaoa add . t
Lala N. Jerome to Kraak Leneard Jobaaoa,
wS04 feet lot It. Mock I. Norwood
Maraarat C. Keaaaa aad Joba K. Reacear
to Kama Held. a4 test ef lot 1. Muck 42,
KouaUa Plaoa add I.H0
Atoaee . Hall ta fcxeaa M. Shesard. tot la.
bloik 4. Omeiia View I
Kesiak M. Brown U Walltr I. Judab. lot
44, keawood add M
Jeaepb O. Bbarrr and wlte ta Job rXnear.
lot M, Meek t, B. V. Bailtb's add 1,00s
ttnsera Real Batata C1. to Joha Power, loU
T aad 4, block 4, Credit roncter ad "it
Ml J. t-baler and Job B. Rbater to
J'reacee Keaaeback sad Jobs W. Keaae
beck, lota ! aad , Kenwood add
Cbej-lee J. corkblll te Bthet J. aad Joba
It. Hbaror, tots tot aad su, Kaawood add
Tboenaa a Martla aad tiara A. Mania ta
CWtea J. Otrkblll. leu ltd tot at, Kea-
wod add - I
aawara r. wmiaata aad wlta te TTwaaaa
O. Mania, lota ! aad SO, Kaawood add 1
iimotar auinoea ta James V. 1, lot IT,
bietk 1 Haaaroat Fleae. and tots 7 aad
T7. retrtu add t
rwder knwr to Beaete Oardaer, lot IT,
Mock 6, Bakei'a flaea
Peder Bkrirer to Beast Oardaer. let It.
block t. Park Poreet add .
Peder Skrt'er ta Beeet Oardaer. M 11
block I. bafcefa Plane
Btbel Klas te Oyarlea Woadaoa. lot a block
4. Drake's add. 1
Clyde H. Reek te Tnemas C. HsDooald.
lot t. Forbear eab l,(o
jobs r. aoraa eaa wire te Robert J.. Bate
kia aad wile, let 10, block T, Fatrlek'e '
eooad ado ret
Robert U ftatekla aad wife to Bire'i.
Parrta lot l. b''k I. A. 8. Patrick' add 1
Beery B. PrKe aad wile to Coca U. 'Kites
aad nTtd A. FltHi. w44 feet and 4 tocnea
a( Iota U aad 14. block M ! n uw t i.. 1 1
L luaaa to core M. r'ttcb. at leat
These sale were reported today: - "
Wheat-No. t hard winter: 1 car. 11.(161
S cars, $1.0fVi, No, 4 hard winter: 1 car,
i cars, i.v; j cars, I car,
i.V4; car, 11.04; 1 car, II. us. No
hard winter: 1 car, tl.OSTt; 1 car, 11. 0J,
no. apnruj: 1 car, 11.03. No. 4 spring
1 car, tl; 1 car, lfcht, Wc. No. I mixed
1 car. tl.OStt. No. A mixed: 1 car, 11.01.
No. Z durum: z car. IL No. 1 durum:
cars, 89c. No grade: 1 car, 93c. ' Rejected
1 car, tl; 1 car, white spring, SIHc. Rye
Mo. zi s cars. Hoc. No. : 1 car, MSic
(jgi stanuara : 1 car, 40c; 1 cars, nc
no. x white;, is car, 44vta ' no. 4 white
I ears. Uc; 8 cars, 44o. No. I mixed
oar, 44c. No gTade: 1 cars, 4Vc.
Corn No. 1 white: ' 1 t-6 oars. 74c; No.t
white: 1-6 car, 74o: - car. 7Hc: Na 4
white: 1 car, 74c; No. 1 yellow: 2-4 car,
ffic: No. 2 yellow: t cars, SHttc; No. i
yellow: t cars. 68c; No. e yellow: 1-8 car,
68c; No. 1 mixed: 1 car, 68c; No. t mixed:
1 car (near white), 71c; 1 ears, SBci lo
car, 67c; No t mixed: 1 car. 67Hej l ovr.
67c; No. mixed: 1 car, 7c; sample: I car.
67Vsc. Barley No. 4 malting: 1 car, 64c
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Featarea of h Tradlngr and Cloata;
Priee ea Board Tvaial).
CHICAGO. Oct. 18. Stresa nf avrnnrt A-
mand brought about an almost constant
tightening; or value today In wheat
It Was nerVOUS at the elnaav whixh
ranged to to t'Ao above Saturday night's
close. Cora gained Vfro net and oat V
Ho to o. ITie outcome in provisions
varied from so decline to an advance
of 10c .
Pro-pec te for a sevartnr of diplomatic
relation between Ruaaia and Turkey
seemed to hare a good deal to do With
the evident Increase of anxiety on the
part of European buyer and led to a
noticeable enlargement of speculative in
terest. .Sales to foreigners here and at
New York amounted to about L000.0O0
bushels exclusive of s'nlir transactions
at Winnipeg-. Duluth and in the south
west. On the ensuing bulge, country
offerings of both spring- and winter
wheat became mora liberal, but the fact
appeared to have no influenca as a
means of stopping the upward sweep of
the market. ,
Corn hardened with wheat At first
though tbo market wag Inclined to ease
off a a result of fine weather. Later,
the alowneaa of eastern - casQ Inquiry
acted a a check on the bull. Active
domestlo and European shipping demand
helped to lift the price of oat. On lot
ot 100.00U bushels wa sold to Italy and
another 200,000 bushels to France.
Provision rallied owing to the bulf-e
in grain. Early depression was du tn
hog- receipt being more plentiful than
Articlel Open ! High.) Low. j Cloee.j nst'y.
Date. 1 tax, ikij.m) ii 'ii. iie
fept U.i t Lfrfcl I oi 141 I U) I S t 7
aept .i t liv 1 til 16 , , wm ,
bePU X) 7 87 t I Rli IS 411 T Ml t M
yyu 1..1 1 bSH ill I 41. 1 1 all T 7 so
Oct. 1.1 J kV 8 lt. I 44 t l (lJ
Oct 4.. I I lit I &U It 14 it 21 t 1
Oct 4.1 T ttVI I t UI t Ol I 8(1 T M 41
T 71 I Ml a
T 6( T i 71
7 rvn 1 (.. 8 77
t (Mi I4 I 41
7 44 7
- t IU
7 K'kl I (Ml
7 S4WI 7 Ml
7 1 3I I 771 t H
7 Zl 1 90 t 74 t 8?
7 6 1 Hi XI
1 mi 1 17
161 1 Wl X
1 1 71 1 1 y
7 70 S 9t
7 dot a M
t 4:4- 4HI 6 M
T 4tl k bll
t 7 n & 43
I SI 1 7 Mt 11
1 14' I
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. t red,
tl 12Wrt lW; No. I hard. tl.lS1!.!
Corn: No. t yellow. 734r74c; No. t yel
low, VsVsfiMaO. Oats: No. t whit. &V3
47 He; standard. 4U'(t4VV". Rye: No. 2.
tlMc. barley. auTtc. Timothy. MOaJ
I A. Clover, tll.0uui4.00. Pork, I17.W.
isra, iwou. itios, lu.(rBIUw.
Bl!TTER-8teady; creamery, a. Me.
EOOS Lower; receipts. 7,1 case; at
mark, case Included, 17'.'Jj ordinary
urate, evcucj iirata, umjuo,
POTAllitA flteavdy; reoelpts. M care:
ailchlgan and Wisconsin. 44it4o; Ulone-
sota ana iaaota, aftcio.
POULTRr-AUv. lower; springs, Uc;
Kaaaaa City Grsla sai Prwwlaleaa.
KANSAS CITY. Oct It. BUTTER
tjMamery, jo, ursia, mo; coads, 'iun;
FXM6 First. S2c; seconds, ltc.
Pol'LTRY Hen. Uo; brollera Jc
WHEAT No. I hard. ILofraJ 07: N
red, 11 wTl 07; Lwcciubar, Al.OiltLtoH;
May. 11 ltirt.lu'i.
CORN-No. t mixed, lygns; No. I
BUTTER No. 1, 1-lb. cartoDs. toe; No.
L n-ib. tuba, 1 9c.
CHEESU Imported Swisa Amer
can Bwlss, t!tc: block Rwias, Uc; twins.
1Stc; daisies. 17Vc; triplets, IRc: Young
Americas, 18c; blu label brick. ITHc; 11m
burger. t-lb., tUc; 1-lb . 10c; New Tork
white, 10; imported French Roquatort
FISH Trout lTo; large erapples, VXt
16c; salmon, nClbc: halibut. 4o; channel
catfish, IV- pike, 17o; pickerel, 10c.
POULTRY Broilers, JeSc; spring chick
ens, 11c; hens, !Wllc: cocks, to; ducks,
10c: trceaw. sc: turkera 14c: pigeons, per
do., Me: duck, full feathered, 10c; geeae.
full feathered, to; squabs, No. I, tl.t5; No.
BEEF CUTS Wholesale prices or Beet
cuts are a follow: No. 1 ribt, tic: No.
t rib, l&Vc; No. t ribs. IZHo. No. 1 loins,
SVkc; 'No. t loins, 17c; No. t loins, 14o.
t chucks. a. No. 1 rounds, IS140; No. 1
rounds, i3"c; iso. rounas, ubo. no, 1
plate. (o; No. t plates. tVic; No. I
plate, tc '
Market quotation rurwtsbed by Olllnskl
FRUITS Orange: extra fancy Valen
cia, Wis, 112s, liib", l&Os, 176s and KO. per
box, 16.76; Red Hall Valencia, ail sites,
t&.60 per box. Lemons: Fancy Oolden
Howl, SOOa, 360a. per box, t6.&0; 811 ver
Cord, 420s, SOOs, 8008, per box, t&fiO. Grape
fruit: AH stses, 1176 per box. Apples:
Fncy Washington 'T" brand Orlmes,
per box, fl.60; Fancy Colorado Jonathans,
per box, 1L26; extra fancy Washington
Hoovers, per box, tl-40: New York Green
ing, per bbl., IS.OO; New York Baldwlna
"A" grade, ship Nov. 1. par bbi., tt.tt;
choice Hood River Spltsenburgs, per box,
$1.60; fancy Hood River tiananaa, per box,
11.76. Pear: Callfornlk Clurglous, per
box. 12.36: extra fancy D'Anlou. per box.
12. b0. Grapes: . Tokay, 11X; extra Cali
fornia Emperors, per bbl., 13.50. New
York, per basket 23c; per 2S-basket lots,
12c. Bananas:. Per bunoh. tl.7t36.b0.
Umea: Per box, 1L7S. Date: Urorue
dary, per caaa, 13.00. Figs: Per case, fee.
Persimmons: Per crate t20O.
VEGETABLES Cauliflower, per lb.,
U4c. Cabbage, per lb., 1VC. Onions,
yellow, per lb., lV4c; red, per lb., 114c. Pep
Pera, per basket. 60a. Tomatoes, fancy,
per basket, 7?c Cucumbers, hothouse, per
i-dos. box, 11. B0. Celery, , Michigan, per
do., 16c ; Denver Jumbo, per do.. 76c.
Lettuce head, per doa. 6tMgl.&0; leaf, per
dot., 40a Onion (shallot), per do., ioc.
Radish, ' per dos., Sua Oarllc, Italian,
per lb., 30c Horseradish, per cae. 11. Ho.
Asparagus, home-grown, per do., about
SOn. Potatoes, per bu., 70c. Sweet pota
toes, per bbL, ti.00. Hquaeh, per lb., lHo
NUTS-No. 1 California walnut, ner
lb., lMbC. Filberts, per lb., 16c. Sugar
walnuts, per box, 11.40. Pecans. Per lb..
12Hc; Jumbo, per lb., 19c. Almonds, per
lb., 80c. Checkers, per box. 13.60: per
MISCELLANEOUS Shelled popcorn.
per lb.h 4c Craukerjack, per case, t-1.60;
per to-cae. 11.76. Honey, per case. U.60.
Cider, per keg. 1S.00: per -bbl.. 16.00.
Cocoanuta, per sack. 14.00; per dog.. 7&o.
Vlnaeapoll Grain Market.'
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct 1 WHEAT De
cember, tl-18; May. tl.lWH: No. 1 hard.
tl.l4; No. 1 northern. tL13Wtil.HA.; No,
1 northern. lMNtfaA-VX
P A RLET oTjjtjOc
CORN No. t yellow, 71dr7ic.
OATS No. t white, 4&V4iHCa
FLAX-ti-aaug. , .
I.lverpeel Grata Market.
LIVERPOOU Oct. l.-WHEAT-Spot
market tirm; no. 1 Manitoba, old. vs bd
No. 1, new, Is lid; futures, firm; Oc
tober, s lOd: Oecember. 0s Hd.
CORN pot market firm; American
mixed, 7a td; future, steady; November,
os x. ..
t. LeaU GreUa Market.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. lt.-WHEAT-No. t
red. tl.11w.1u: No. 1 hard, - 11.u4pl.ltH;
December, 11.144; May, 11. 121-.
CORN No. 1. 75Wa76SbOL No. t whin.
tlVic; December, toUc; May, 70ei
OATS-No. i, 4fcHO4Tc; No. I whit. 49a
Coffee Market. '
NEW YORK. Oct. lfl.-COFFBE Tha
coffee market was higher today, owing
to a further advance of tha rate of lUo
exchange on London and the firmer rul
ing of the onat and freight situation. A
better demand was reported in the local
spot market, with Rio 7' quoted at ftSc
ana cantos 4 s at nc. More business
also was reported through the voluntary
liquidating committee and Uecenioer con
tracts sold at t.90c, compared with i.&c
last Friday. This Improvement was
largely attributed to the accepatnee of
fresh buying orders, wnicn are supplied
only inrougtt ins sales 01 01a long.
Evaporated Apple aad Dried Fralte
NKW YORK. Oct. 19. EVAPORATED
APPLES Dull; fancy, 71i'i7c; choice,
ta-We- prime. MIUO'Ac.
DaiF.D FRUIT-Prun. . nominal;
California lUVc. Orvgons, luUo.
Apricot, dull; choice, 12killc: extra
choice, lmz'y: ranoy, iic. Peaciie.
dull; choice, 6jA(?f.c, extra choice, OVi?
rancy, 7va''- Haisina steady;
loose muecatels, (AaffTHo; choice to fancy,
seeded, 7Wtt't; eedlwsa, vwwVfcc. Lon-
oon layers, i.ba.
NEW YORK. Oct 1. SlT.Ar-Ha w,
quiet; inolaasea, 174c; centrifugal, 4.3Vo;
refined, easy; 26 point lower; cut loaf,
s.auc; cruenwo, 0 sue, muuia a, oc; cubes,
2be; powdered, 16c; XXXX powdered,
t.uo; powdered. a.l0u; fine granulated, tc;
diamoad A, to coaloctloaer' A, No.
Receipts and disposition of live stock
the Union atimk yards, Houth Oniaha, for
twenty-four hour ending at I o'clock
Cattl. llog Sheep.H'MS
C. M. A Pt. P 1
Missouri Paolflo .... S,
Union Paolflo 186
C. N. W east.... 6
C. N. W.. west.. ..197
C, St. P.. M. t O.. 4
C. B. e Q east.... 4
C , B. 4 Q., west....tSt
C, R. I, a P., east t
Illinois Central 1,
Chicago O. W 1
Total receipt ...CC7 66 171
Eatier Tone to Foreign Exchange
One of Factors.
FLOW OF GOLD TO CANADA Off
caawaJerrted'he heed! WALL STREET CffiEwUIj
The receipts ran mn!y to feeders, amongl " u 1 ,luu w" "
wnicn a re rew resiiy gucwi tee.ier eneep 1
or lamba. What fst offerlnK were on
sale Included few, It any, prim killers
and largely on this account the pecker
buyers were out early looking over the
day's supply, even having men outside
the barn watching for good lambs as the
offering were driven from tho chute
Inlo the sheep barn.
7 he esrly sales eon1ted cmertv or fat
nd feeder ewes and a few rearllnaw. The
fat ewes sold around tl.eW4.90 for the
bulk of them, the feeder ewes bringing
prices armind KOid r and the fat year
ling ranaed at tA.WthVaA. Mutton and
feeder ewes were regarded as steady to
atmng. trade being active and the clear
Quotations on range sheep and lamb:
Itmhs, good to choice, t7 4iMfJ-70; lambs,
fair to good, 17 lO-a.40: lambs, feeders.
wOTin.li: yearllnts, good to choice, 1K.M
Akatract of Report hy Natlanal
Banks Show They Held1 ( lear
Iw Hoaae Certificates at
" NEW YORK, Oct. .-Re,penlng cf thai
eastern freight rate case before th
Interstate Commerce cnmmlaalnn the,
rellent condition of the loal bank ss
disclosed by Isst week's statement, con-
"1 f T-si 1 lie as. aitnj a VU"Hr, it.rug . -a j awan nr-rr t tVt TI 1 1 f7 II L, t,7in-
tM W; yearlings, fair to good, H.ftVfrVU; "nued progress In the formation of the
yearlings, feeders, 18 40j;4 "; wether. "Id Ah"! cotton pools and an easier tone
roreign exennnge, combined to put
.en eii-ei in a more rneeriiu frame ot
good to choice, toMMfntO; wethers, fslr to
good, 16.10Uo.ai; wethers, feeders. 14.n
4 STi; ewes, good to choice, I4.6trr4 : wes.
fair to good. Hl&JN ; swea, feeders, 11. M
71 native lambs .1 M 7 S
8 native lambs M M
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris t Co
Mwlft as Co
Cudahy Packing- Co
Armour ft Co
M or re 11 S
Lincoln- Packing Co 6
Hwlft from country...'
W. B. Vanaant C 236
Benton, Vansant ck L... 901
Hill A Son fl0
F. B. Lewis...'. 344
Huston 4 Co 179
i: B. Root 4V Co J3
.1 H. Bulla 1M
U F. Hues tdt
Kosenstock Bros 278
Mi-Creary & Kellogg..,. 7ia
Merthelmer A Degen..'. X22
11. F. Hamilton 247
Sullivan Bros t
Rothschild '. 93
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co 144
Christie ..: tl
Jluffmaa 1 ;
Roth ... 1
Meyers ' 11
Baker, Jones S " 65.,
Tanner Bros 22
John Harvey Wl
Dennis & Francla Hi
Othar buyer , 614
CHICAGO LIVR STOCK MARKRT
Cattl DalV He Weak ta Lower
CHICAGO. Oct ls-CATTLTO-necelpte.
to.mo head; market dull, mostly 10a to 2oc
lower; beeves, t.tT:IO.; steers. tS.9titf
t.!; stockers snd feeder. tOOfT M; cows
gnd helfera. t.VSS.0; calves, tf.2f.fl 11.00.
HOOS Itecelpta, M.0O) head; market
weak to 1V lower: bulk Of sales, 17.10,(7.66,
lleht ,1404r7.6T.: mixed. 17.0ii7M; neavy.
' vrr.i6; rongh. to-!Ml'7.00; purs, 14.60
MIEF.P Receipts. 11.0P0 head: market
firm: sheep. 1 Xtf.; yrarllhgs, t5.6ttl40;
, Kansas City Live Stork Market.
KANSAS PITT, Oct. It. CATTLE
Recelpta, 16.000 head; market lower; prime
fed steers, 7V(t!tt.?r: drened beef steers,
17.76!q 60; western steers, t 6tvtrs.76; stock
ers end feeders. tr.M$8.00; bulls, 16.(KJjl. 40;
Calves, pi ,'iOj 10.50.
HOC.9 Kecelpts, 1,000 head: market
lower: bulk of ea'es. t7,nitt7.46: heavv,
t7.1iv((7 Sr: packer and butchers, t7.OfroI.40;
light. IW 7.j;,. p)g11 h u;,,;5.
BHKKP AND LAMBS Receipts, T.W
head; market tHi77K; yearlings, U.Ktl
8.00, wethers, I6.0u4ju.t0: ewes, tt.26ifjt.00.
St. I.oals Lire. Stock Market.
j T T AT'rd Vn 10 r i T TT W Dv.lnli
11.100 head: market lower: native beef
steers, t7.60tfl0.a5; rows and helfera. tl.OO
rrv.M: stockers and feedera I6.pmw.6o;
aouthem steers, t.0ilf.00: cows and heif
ers, i4.oofi.M; native calves, is. oudiu.ro.
HOt Keoelpu, lo.iuo head: marKet
lower: Pigs and lights. tt.7Ml7.flO: mixed
nd butchers. 17.20417.10: good heavy. 17.60
MriP nereipis, J.ww neaa; marset
steady: native muttons, tt-OOVK; lamba.
Sloax City LIT Stock Market.
SIOITX CITY. la.. Oct. It. CATTLE
Receipts, 6,600 head; market U926a lower;
atlv ateers. s.1wno; butchers, l&.w
CHI. 00; western ateera tl.kxff4.76; cows and
helfare, 14156.76; tanner. UfxiN.76;
stockers end feeders. tu.0ottJ40; calves.
lo.0Ol7-S.00; bulls, stags, etc.. Mr-Tf60.
nous Heceitna. ,! neaa; mrt, ic
lower; heavy, ld.K47.10; mixed. tAti;
lleht. M Kx&d.W: bulk of asles. tA.ft6b.IMV
filbiliP a.nu i-Aiatio naceipts, iw
Ht. Jeaepk llvei Stack Market.
RT JOHEPH. Oct. ll.-CATTLE Re
ceipts, 4 000 head; market slow; steers.
M nln hi, a,M hlff 41 Qfll 111!
waives. 1R.00A 10.60.
HOGS Receipts, 4,wq neaa; Piaaing, lo
HIIEKP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1,000
bead; market steady; lamb, 7.0S7.W,
Llv Stork ta Sight.
RecelnU of live stock at tha five prin-
cloal western markets:
vbhiq, iid"i ononi.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
of eve k baa t aad 1, block U.
taiUaia add if
Jotia r. bfeArdl aad wife ta iamsa Waleh.
lot . Mecb 14. Waterloo v. I.Vot
Drnlaaila T, K letter aad wile te g1raaiis
H. Yertaa. ei (et of lot 14 aad loot
of lot 17, block 17, Bcaaoa J
Totals 1,421 t.L3 24.641
CATTLE RecehHs ware very large this
morning, 421 cars being reported tn. This
was very cioso to a record-breaker, tn
largest recelpta In the history of th mar
ket having been 623 cars, received on Oc
tober I. 1SU. The official recount of the
day' run may show that th record has
been broken. At the same time other
market points, especially Chicago and
Kansas City, were heavily loaded, th for
mer market being reported on the open
ing a 10n?6o lower and th latter lVAlbc
lower. Under the influence of the un-
fcrorabla advice at all selling points tha
market here opened very slow and the
morning- wa well advanced before enough
business naa been transacted to reaiiy. ea-
All kinds of cattl continued alow
throughout the morning. Some of the
test gradea that were especially sought
' .V r WUU lliabiwrie ill HHiuaiaia
did not show o much decline, but gen
erally speaking, the market was lOtiplec
lower on killers and feeders alike. In
terlor kinda were very much neglected
and hard to move. Cows and helCers sold
at the' low point of the year to data
Quotation on cattle: Good to choice
cornfed beeves. 19.UKuilO.60: far to good
cornfed. beeves, t&Ht).00; common to fair
cornfed beeves, 17.ia.y8.2i; good to choice
range steers, t7.404.t-uti; fair to good range
ateers, .0ui9d.76: good to choice grass
helfera. t& M.mi OOr arood tn cholc grass
rows, t6.764id.44); fair to good grades, !j it
gtn.76; common to fair gradea. 14.006.26;
"time readers, fs.oojm.oo gooa a cnoio
stockers and' feeder, t7 .40(111.00: fair to
good stockers aad feeders. m.w9i.vj
common to fair stockers and feeders, M.OI
50; slock heifers, 16.6041 76: stock cows,
ai fj,jitA cA' ..a..u tSAOifbk.6: vea
calves. i7.7ti(Jio.aD; duus, sisga, mw., tin
Representative . sales:
Ira Nelson Neb.
No. Av. Pr. No. Ar. Pr.
2a feeders.. 6m 7v
17 feeders.. 827 70 g feedera.. T7t 38
M feeder.; W 160 t stockers. 610 76
10 stk.cws.v44 4 76 4 feeders.. 671 40
10 feeders., ot7 00 10 stk.olvs. 304 T 36
I stk.clv. 306 7 26 t stk. hfrs. tuO t 60.
steers.. ..1150 7 26 t steers... .1215 T 36
HOGS Receipt were only fair for a
Monday, but with very heavy runs at all
other points prices broke badly all along
the Una. Advices from other market In
dicated a decline of anywhere from ltd
to as much a a quarter in some spot,
and the local trade waa no esceptlon to
lin eenereJ rula. valuea declining fully 20c,
The market opened out dull and It waa
some time before much of anything wss
dona, but packets again had the whip
hand, when they re! used to better their
early bids to any great extent, sellers do
rUIA that ihev miint as -well cut loose
at the figures that had been offered, that
is, anywhere from lie to 2&o lower than
haturday. As these quotation would In
dicate, price were rather uneven, with
heavln getting a little the beat end of
th deal. Light and butchers showed the
big end or the aecune, peing iuiy
and In many Instance StKgAo lower,
Heavies did not show ud quite so taoiy
and aa a general thing were quoted a
li4ra0c lower. Hhipplng and speculative de
mand waa fair, but price pwa oy snip-
tiera for aood IlKhl and butchers were
all of 20o lower, and In some case were
quoted a a quarter on. viuamy was gen
erally bstur.tliaa at tho oioaa of last
r , wvhnla tha aanaral market la
about toe lower. Movement wa very alow
early, but alter a trading baai wa ea
Llabllshod livened up a liul. and a fair
rVlearanc was made lo good season, nuia
Is not quite so wide a ai ine cioee t
the week, being- quoted at td-bvirt.U). Good
mixed hogs, running well to light, sold
as high a r 26. Receipts footed up Tiny
nln. , mm cr 1 MX) ha. This Is Kn O
l.uo head over laat woek and slightly
heavier than a year ago,
Dry OeMMls Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. It. DRY OOOT) I ,1-
Cotton good and yarns quiet. Raw silk i"
easier. There wa a maintained demand I I,"
iviwmu wr wiaii.via wine uuivr BUpJie
tor foroUrn arroie.
ST. LOUIS, Oct 1.-LEAD-Dul at
OMAHA. Oct 1.-Hank elearlogs for
Omaha today were M.MMTS.SJ, and for
the correapoDdlng day last year 13. M.-64470.
Va. A. t4h. Fr. He.
41 14 lo 4 W 4U
M 114 14 44 44
14 ...fcT7 ... 4 i 4 ...
..40 iuo a ri-rtj eo
,.Xt a 7W 41
..Jt M IN 44
..114 KM 7 a tl
T "J T ) U
46 ,vti 44 IW,.. 70. MV
M :...4 144 7 0 74.....
ai ri ) t c to
m 424 40 1 P) 40
m rt tn t)
M. ...... .47 lQ T 00
M v4 ... T os
Ar. BV rr.
...no ... 7 n
...rt in 11
...ru i t t
...tM tu 1
... II 111
...U4 tuO 1 10
VI 1 11
0 7 14
40 f 1
.. 1 14
d Ill ... t 4e 4 lit ... 4 44
1. 4 4 44 tl Ill ... 4 1
, witi-KfThe local market led all
others in the matter of recelde. with an
estimate f sum 44.0U0 head, against M.M
mind today. The decline In bills on Lon
don, while accompanied by little actual
business, waa accepted as an augurv of'
further relaxation by foreign holder of
our maturing obligations.
There was a revival of recent rumor
dealing with th early resumption ef
business on the locsl exchanga, but tn
conservative quarters this wss received
by a degree of reservation. Regsrdlesa
of contrary statements,- the belief per
sists that this market cannot safely re
new operation": until London point th
way. The presence In this country of a
representative of th British exchequer
and the approaching termination of the
moratorium In England will, it la ex
pected, give rise to interesting develop
ments on this point In the near future.
Outflow ot gold to Canada continues In
moderate demand. The total already
laced at Ottawa to th credit of the
Bank of England is said to be sufficient
for all temnorarv reaulrementa and th
sentimental effect has been salutary, but
estlmutes of the probably extent of ur
exports have increased to smi.uuo.tw.
An s ha tract 01 it-port maae ny soma
600 National banks to the comptroller
of the currency, on his recent call, re-
esls tho fact that these Instltutiena hold
learlnr house certlflcntea nrgrearattng
f.M,Ooi,noo with sn Increase In hank notea
of almnat t-'Ou.OflO, while Individual de
pnarts sre smaller bv about tl60,0,0fl0.
There figures give significance to the
steady reduction or loan ceruncaies now
being made at most reserv centers.
A further gain In western mercnanaiae
nnn.t. annxars tn be one largely to
shipments by manufacturers engaged In
meeting forelrh orders for war materials.
the movement, so tar aa u reiat.es in
foodstuffs showing Irregularity,
in tmft erraln recelnts at Ohlratm war
under thos of the preceding week, if
bova those of th corresponding penoa
last year. .
. Money oroKers reponeo a anaima
rate for time loans, but onlv In Instances
here collsteral of tn ningeat grane
offered. Call money was in light r-
qdest at unchanged rates.
ROAD RACE TO SAN DIEGO
PAN DIEXX). Cal.. Oct. lt.-Offlei!
sanction to hold a tOO-mlle road race from
El Paso. Tex., to thla city wag received 1
her today by tho Panama-California ex
position from th Amerlckn Automooii
association and it Is planned to hold th
race In January or February of next year.
The racers will follow th cour of tn
Southt.rn National highway, finishing on
th grounds of th Panama-California
exposition hare. A pur of 10,000 ha
Bee Want Ada Produce Result.
Kansas City .
Bloux City ...i
,72,O0 60,100 102.100
Oil anal Itosta.
NEW YORK. Oct l.-ilOlr? Quiet!
strained common to god, ta.Mttl.o.
TURPENTINE Quiet; machine barrels
BAVANNAM. U , UCl. ll.-iuivrf,n.
J inly iiominii, -I1 nw ,
8A6 barrels; shipments, 233 barrels; stocks,
T7 nm ,AMia
ROSIN Nominal; no sales; receipts, inn
berrels; shipments, aoi barrels; atocas,
tjteT a: bl3.M: C. D". M 6tV4: B, F.
O, II, I, .; K. ft.in; -a, 4Ji; , o.uu
WO, H26; WW.
News. York Money Market
NEW YORK. Oct. It. MERCANTILE
PAPKR 1r7 per cent.
BTKRUNO KXCHANOE-Kasy: for to
day bills, tdtTTB: cables. 4.7Uo4-ini; for
rii.vh. uar. OU'C.
1A)NDCN, Oct It. SILVER Bar, 23d
DlbCOUNT RATE8 Short bills, t4 per
Oasaba Hay MarWel.
OMAHA. Oct. U. PRAIRIKJ HAY
Choice upland. 111; No. 1. I10.00frl0.60; No.
1, W.OOfllO .00; No. t, lo.0fvTJt.00; choice mid
lkn.1, 110.60- No. 1. 19.6010.00; 'No. t. tH 00
rrfl.60; No. 3, li.H"! ; Choice lowisnn. :';
No. 1. M: No. 2. t.0U7.00; No. t. tt.OOh 00.
A LFALFA Choice, ft; No. L tll.Ooy
11.60; No. 1, tt.004jll.0v; No. , no demand
Ell Batter Market.
ELHIN. Oct. lt.-BUTTER tOc; twon-
ty-flv tub soia.
Done by Quako
PARIS, Oct. 1. Great damage wa
don by th earthquake yesterday, tb
village- of Kaparelli and Pyrt, near
Thebes, being destroyed, according to a
dispatch from Athens, Th Oractan
provinc of .' Boetla suffered most
Twenty distinct shock were felt there.
Tho number of casualties la not known.
Provision and teats ar being hurried
tor those who have lost their homes.
In Athens tha movements were felt for
twenty seconds. Several houses war
wrecked and th foundatlona of many
were shaken. '
Another dispatch says the railway sta
tions on th Larlsca line suffered muc
and much Mama was don at Plraaua
Atalant and Chelkls experienced sever
property losses. Shocks vr felt In th
Peloponnesus. Cyclades, Euboaa and tha
On the President;
Quarrel All Over
WASHINGTON, Oct. tl.-Henry Wst
teraon, editor of th Loulavlll Courier'
Journal, called on President Wilson at
th Whit Hons today, following the
example act two weeks ago by George
Harvey, former editor of Harper's
The meetings marked th and of th con
troveray between th president and th
two editors which arose during Mr. Wit
son's pre-no ml nation campaign for U
New t'arltat CaytalB.
CARLISLE, Pa., Oct. II. Peter Calao.
a tmaeion innan rrom t. aia, it w aa an.
no u need tonight, haa been elected caDta.li
of the Canute Jndlan school foot ball
team vo aucceeq cimer cuacn. wno re-
slsned recently at toe request of th
coaching staff. I 'alec has played la th
weu.- ieu ivr iwv ywara .
RAILWAY TIME CARD
INION tTATlUN Teatk aa Mason
P. A t. L. Ktpreaa nets a7 54abi
O. . L. Kpraa..(....an:U pia a 4 44 a
K. C. St. V a:oasi li ei
thlcag Great Wostora
Twis atr Limited ....al'Wsta s:nam
Twin CUr Sipreee ,, .a 1:10 am l Jom
Atlanta tierces .,
Ias Aaaelaa UaUled. .......
Sea rraaelaoa wntites
Xecth Platte Lecel... ,
Oraud lalaod lxirai..,
Btrowisbarg Local. ,w
Illinois .air.-- t
rkl(.ae4 Eieroaa , ...
Cklraae, Mllwaakee. A Bt
a 4;o4 tn a 1:40 pa
....S 08 am d 1:44 pe
....a 4 W P a 14 em ,
........ a I D pa
....all U ea a 44 po
....a 1:4 am a 144 am
....a t H pm a 4 nt p
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.alt bt am a 7 I sts
.10:Maai I Him
.a 114 am a 4:11 pm
..a 4 (0 pm alt J4 an .
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.a 1:00 pm a t:N am i
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a 7:44 am ell 14 am
a 4 .44 am a 7:14 am
..all M am a 1D4 pm
..a 7:14 am ell 44 pm
,.a4 0pm all Mam
Chicot Rpeolal .....
Kaa rmncwco umiiea....
blcaa Pajrlltnt epeciai.
Manilla . Local ............
Oaiaba-Bt. Leali Bipreaa.,
fcUanberrr Local tram O. B...S 144 pm bl4;ltai
Ckloaca ft gonawotiore
KORTH. . . ....
Twin City K.prae. H?Sm ImZTZ
Dakota Paeeeoser k t:4 am, a 4-44 am
gioui CMy l-cal !!" f-IiJ"
Mlaaaepollo Bipreaa a ;. ? J
Twls City Limited .a t 44 pm a 1:11 am
J6J3 i a
a I 44 am T:Nam
,.S 104 am a 4:04 pm
a 1:44 am all -4tpm .
all lOpm at Upm
. 4.4pm al4 04 ai
a 4:04 am at) pm
....a 4:40 pm at team
,..lpm a 4.14 am-
.a T 01 am au:ijpm
(larroll Local ,
tea rranclaco usiwi
Oreo.-Waebliit Llllea..a . h pm
Las ABCaies wmnee - r
droa Local J m
Ltnoola Dallaa m: 7l'm Z,. ,l.Z
.Ihloa-Oakdale ........b 4 .40 !
Ck lease, ItesK laiaaim aa a
bleesa local rWsar..-..bl0:Ot am ' '"
oicae uar .i ;! ?;
trhloaa. Nl.ht ripread ......a 414 pm a t tj pm
i. uolaea Local raeeaoser a 4 pm all-Warn
Imso Nabraeaa U- 4.01 ps a o am
l-Neb. Urnlled te Uaools. .a 1:41 am a t:4T pm
C.llloral. IC.p... - 1!5
kV, MotstaV. U-ltM... .u:ll pm ail .
IBLIMOTOJI 8TATIOX Teatk aa
rarer aad C'alltonila
I uset aoiias aiprewa
Mebraeka points. ..a,...
Nortkweat Bipreaa, ..
Nebiwaka preaa ....
Cbloase Special ,
Denver Special 1
rhlcaae ' ssapiwae ....
Creates Local .............
Bt. U K f- "pec
St Umla eoei
K. C. St. Jaeepb
....a 4.44 am a 1:04 da
a 4 40 am
....atMpm a 114 pm
....a 411 pm a 4 4 pm
....a l:W am a 414 pm
... a 4:10 pm a 1:S4 pm
....b 1.14 pm all 14 pm
....all 44 pm a 144 am
....a 4-14 am a 4:14 pm
....a I II pm b 4 44 am
,...b 1:01 pm tde is am
....al:Uam a 44 am
....all 40 m s 1:44 pm
....a 1:14 am all: JO pm
all 44 pm
....a I 4 pm a 1:44 pa
....a 4 44 pa a t o am
b 1 st pm Ml 44 am
a 4 44 pa
all 40 am
.a t il am a 4 oe an
..a 1 40 pm a T 44 pm
WVBwTER TIIKBT TATI01f Ftf
(eeatk aa Wsbater.
Cklea;al : t. Paal, Mlaaeapoli
Oasaba w '
t.i. ritr veeaanser wt-Tlam 4 tf
aieaa Vr " "VH" Mi 44 am
l"J. .T. b4:00p. t:.a
aallr. b dallr eaeeat Svadar.
Misaoarl Pad f to-
PaJla ntr pasosawr b 4 M pa bio 0 am
Looai rnriskl ... t 4.00 am b 4.4X1 pta
COTTON SEED MEAL
' Cotton Bead Cake O0I4 Pressed Cake.
From Taxa Mills direct to run. Wriit
or wire ue for price on High Oiade
Meal or Cracked tAk a, 41 to 44 par rent
protein. Cold Pressed Caka
TIXA CAXB A.STS XOVTBa. t,
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