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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1914)
V1IK I.EK: OMAHA. WKDNKSDAV. OOTOltKR S. 1914.
Apartment aad Flats.
FT. CLARE APARTMENTS.
Bd and Harney Sts., t room apartments.
Call H M7 or D. i..
OODEN ANNEX Room with kitchen
ette. Council Bluff.
til N. 11th St
Phone D 894 or Web. IKS.
g-ROOM brick flat, comer 8th and Wil
liam Sa.i moat desirable In Forest Hill
Park. Iouglas 200
Jt0 NORTH 29th et, 7 rooms, furnace
heat, will decorate tc suit. press hrlck
bulldlncs, moat reasonable In city. Rent
C. O. CARLBERtV
312 Prtijilli Theater Building. o
g-ROOM 2W 8. Wth Ave Hudson dining
room has built-in buffet, panel walla,
oak finish throughout, close In, no car
fare. Pee today.
HASTINGS HETDEN. 1614 Harney St.
lloaeea aad IslliiM,
or ) aara
rg van. I men. II S Mr nr.: dra. I
men, tl per hr. 17U Webster, ttoug. DM
FOR KENT November 1. 16 8. rth Ave.,
T-room modern flat. See Charles O.
Mctonld or J. J. Toms, fit Brandels
HldK. Phono Douglas MM
JP D-.-.J moving
. s. IvCGQ ,n storage
VVU iao7 Tarnam. D silt;
t-R, mod. cottage, 719 8. STth SC. 126. 7-r.
mod. house, 314 Leavenworth St.. W.
Both fine locations. I'hone Webster 2&5o.
HOUSE for rent; modern; 2508 S. 14th.
Inquire within. Telephone (to.
9-R. modern house. 1902 Wirt. W. tin.
BEAUTIFUL 5 and t-room apartment;
nothing classier west of Chicago. 2o01
Pberman Ave. .
(II S. 27th St.. 8-room flat. f.
C. O. CARLHERG.
812 Brandels Theater.
Rental Service Free
Wa can save you much worry, trouble
and annoyance. We can tell you what
houses and apartments each real estate
office has for rent. Phone us, Douglas
2SH. Fidelity storage ano van
2018 CHICAGO Nice S-roomi and bath In
modern apartment nous.
a-ROOM modern flat. Hit So Uth,
Steam htd flats. 16th Web. Tyler 2023.
tni Davenport St., 4-rooms. oak finish,
turn ace heat, a leaping porch; in tvp-top
condition; rent only $.77.60
C G. CARLBERG.
312 Brandels Thentrv. o
CHOICE APA RTMEN TflT
2n 8. 18TH ST.
4 rooms, strictly modern and up-to-Jate
In every respect; lame porches and lawn.
Janitor will show you through them.
PAINE SKATER COM PAH It,
1 Omaha Nat. Bank.
134 S. 24TH ST
an Lmim aoartmenla; bargain rents.
Call at our office and w will show you
JOT 8. 2oTH ST. .
I rooms. 125 summer and 3!H winter.
4 rooms, (27.60 summer and 136 winter.
Mi 8. 4TH ST.
I rooms, strictly modern and up-to-date,
large porohea uud lawn; W ummer, 40
W,ntpATNE ft SLATER COMPANY,
811 Omana Nat. Bldg.
i-ROOM furnished flat. lis. 2421 Leaven-
We have a complete list of all houses,
apartments and flats that are for rent
This lint can be seen free of charge at
Omaha Vsn Storage Co., S 8 ISth St.
Fidelity Storage Co.
Storage, moving, packing and ahlpptng.
ltth A Jackson ,ats. Phone lougles 2S8.
f-R. modern house, 177 8. loth. D. 741.
Ilnncna n all parte of the city
""-""rre-irh Hona A Co . Bee building
bl Ai neat, all modern, i-ruoiti house,
-rr,n fat ?"fl N"n fM
Stores, moves, packs, ships; l-horse van
ana men, lib per hr.; storage sa
mu. Satisfactory guar. l. 4S. A Ty
6-r. mod. 8614 Grand Ave., Us. Web. 670O.
CLOSE In rooming house or home, a2 8.
2fith, corner Farnam; 10 rooms, modern.
steam heat, hepard, owner, Webster
New brick and stucco home, hist heme-
finished: true fine bedrooms snd sleep
ing porch Id floor; large living room and
dining room beautifully finished In ma
hogany: 2d floor white enamel; $45 on
laaee UU Davenport fit.
Peters Trust Co.
161 Farnam, St. Douglas .
FARM Jk HtMH LAVDK FOR I.K
ISO-ACRE farm seven miles west of
Lexington, Dawson county. Neb. Good
new house, sevn rooms, good barn, two
wells. SO acres alfalfa. 30 acres naature.
balance good farm land: no sand. Price
I) per acre. This la a snap: must he sohl
soon Address Bos 20. Ulysses. Neb.
FOR SALE A GREAT BARGAIN.
The east half of section 9. town 10.
range 19, In Daw. on county, Nebraska.
Good 6-room house, barn. granary
and cribs; Improvements In good repair;
ienoe,i na cross-renceti; ro acres In al
falfa, 200 acres under cultivation; T miles
from Sumner and 12 miles from Overton:
food tenont; best of soil, no sand. Price,
ISS per acre for SO dava. Terms to suit
purchaser. CLAYPOOL LAND CO.,
nlLL make fine stock farm. 10 acres
rich valley land In Morrill county. Ne-
brnsk. Owner must sell. Wants quick
HICKS LAND AGENCY, Omaha. Neh.
NEBRASKA combined stuck and grain
farm: bargain of 1.120 acres, of which
9P0 acres la fine farm and balance, paa
ture and hay land; large extra fine Im
provement; In fact a modern home; Bi
mllea from town on main line t'nlon Pa
tlflc R. K ; owner lived on farm con
tinually since 1 .": now old and wants to
take it easy. Price for short time $),ono.
leas than $11 an acre; has now 100 acres
fall wheat on place.
W. W. MITCHELL.
1820 Spencer St.
Om; ha. Neb.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Heavy Baying- on Foreign Account
Feature of Wheat Pit.
CORN IS SOLD QUITE FREELY
Colder Weather, with Clear Sklea,
Has Rroagbt Abont Selling Dis
position on Part of Yellow
Ff Louis 12
iniilu C ...
Theee sales were repurted today:
Wheal No. ! hard winter: ! cars, II
4 car, fl 0f,, 2 cars, II Oh't: 1 car. Il.'t..
I car, ll ftv No. I hanl alnter; 4 cars
ll.Of.; 7 cars. II NS; 7 cars. II 04; 1 csr.
l.W,; 2 cam. 11 i4. No 4 hard wlnliT
1 cars. ll.C; 4 curs, 11 til. 2 car.. $1 "IV
I car, fl. I car . No. 1 mled: I car.
II m't. I car. tl m. I car, 11 vii No. 4
spring: , car. !K.v No. 2 durum mlaed:
1 car. II rtl'i. Onts-Stsndard: 1 csr. 44c
No. S while: 7 car. 'c No. 4 white:
2 cars. 44c; & cars, 4.1(' No grade: 1 car.
4.1 V, i ; 2 cars. 4.V. Corn No. while: H
car. 71c. No li ahlte. S car. 70c. No. !
vellow: 1 car. c. No. 3 vellow: I cars.
Ssc. No. & yellow: I car. ff.'Ho; 1 car. new.
0c. No. I mixed 1 i sr. near white. f;
OMAHA. 0.t. 27. 1:H tl car. (TTUc. No S mlxe,!: car. ;c. No
Tha feature of the wheat market yes- & n)xed: 2 cars. No. mised: S
tarday was heavy buying on foreign ac- i csr. Wic. Sample: 1 car. S car,
count. All th declines during the last j 4ST.-; iar 64Sc Itve-No. S: 1 car, 17c;
few days had led In the buing of le- No I: 3Mi ar. ;-(.
camber option, while the selling was by Omaha Cnah Prices Wheat: No. 1
longs, who looked upon the situation aa I hard. II otVu 1 "?: No. 3 hard, 11 Atmrl o.
becoming one aided and favoring the bear m0 1Hrd, wtcvll.ot: No. - spring,
side somewhat because of thH accumu- H WVdl iU'W; No. 3 spring, l.(:tTvi I W1.
latlng stocks. The more conservative , 4 Mprlng. !Vsi I 03. No. t durum. l I'l'i
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Active and Generally Quarter
Higher Than Lait Week.
HOGS STEADY TO FIVE LOWER
Sheep and Umlia Suitable for Kill-
era Strong; to Ten Cent Higher
anil 4ctlve Sellers Peedere
.'o at Firm Triers.
2.000-ACRE ranch In Plorce county. North
Dakota; fenced, close to station, good
building., all cattle, horses, machinery,
hay and grain. Two flowing springs. Will
sell very chesp on account of ill health.
Chaft Turnell, 303 Allen Hotel, Minne
Govei anient .ale of Indian lands at auo
tlon in eastern Oklahoma, November t
to Decenitrr 2, 1914; 11 to Hi per aora.
Will huv for purchaser! and soli lands
for one-third of the profits. Investigate
tat once. V. C. l.ougee. Ji4 & Main bt,,
uouncu Kiiiiis, is.
men In tho wheat trade and It may be
aald the heads of the larger houses, were
advlalng their friends to adhere to the
bull aide of wheat on all set-backs, ow
ing to the fact that foreigners nave
l(: No. I durum. l.nmrl.ii. r'rr'
No. 1 white. Mi73V: No. i while. 'Ml
7.1 Sc; No. white. 7:,ti7JV,c. No. 4
wulte. 72',i7Ic; No. 5 white, Tlril'c;
No. t; ahlte. 7oi:ic: No. 1 yellow, :if
bought freely of caah and futures and im.c; Nn. 2 yellow. K7Visc: No. 3 yellow,
re In the market daily on a big scale. I (Tir,,vc; No. 4 yellow, 74ii,c; No. 5
Corn waa sold frerly on the colder yellow. 7itii7iic; No. t vellow. iiMii7c:
and dry weather of the nornlng. but )s;0 j mXPi, ST "4 ;i7, He : No. 1 mlxel.
there was some reaction from the earlv !;,'(: No. I mixed, IKMnilr; No 4 mixed,
deellnea later when snow and rain aet In. : finv.diiv.ic; No. 0 mixed. 6itrHc: No. t!
There waa a sympathello market In llllxi ,,j,i(V?. iials: No. 1 white, 44'y
oats, declines for the day being shown 44.,.; tttndard. Ji,h44V: No. S white,
at SifHc. The festuro of the day was
the buying of 710,000 December.
Parkers led In the selling of products
ami were followed by concerns closely
connected with the stock yards. This
closed thiv market easy. The advance In
hogs early helped during the forerUnni,
and there waa a fair scattered demand
from Inveators and shorts. The change
to colder weather Is expected to Increase
the hog movement.
Wheat was lt;!c lower.
Corn w.is unchanged to lo lower.
Oats were tflo lower.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour
equal to I.SBl.non bushels: corn. M),000
bushels: lata, 709.000 bushels.
Liverpool closed: Wheat unchanged to
k& lower; corn. IHd lower
44limVc: No. 4 white. 43lf44. Harley
Malting. of72c; No. 1 feed. :o. Rye:
No. );His''Ci No. I. StniSuHo
IHICII.U t R 1 Si AND PROVISIONS
I'estnre. of the Trading aad Closla
Prleea on Board of Trade.
ni!CA(Kl. tVt. 7 Wheat took a
downward slide today, influenced by
falllnr off tn speculative call and by
Hlnik- un of doincsllo stocks. Tnule fln-
ished steady liy 10 to 4)C under last
night. Corn lost c to lfic net, and
oats M1I0. In provisions the outcome
was uncnanseii to .o uown
WOl'TH OMAHA. Oct. V. 114.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Mondav . W.M
Kstimale Tue'day 4 .0
Two las this week. .12. UK . s.Wl
Puma days Inst week.. .24. 2. S. SI. 717
Hatne daya 2 w kr agn.2i!.4 7..V 71.
Same daya I ks ag..'4 ,371 7C2
Hame days 4 w ks ago. a,xl ''
bailie days last year. . .1S.0.W 7. Kit 71.21$
'Ihe rolloalng table shows the recelpia
of cattle, Iioks and sheep at the South
Omsha live stock market for the year to
date, as Compared with last year:
1914. 1S13 Inc. IVc.
Cattle 77i,3t4 ;.Mf ti.W
Hogs lAVt.Kll I.120.7H .,"rtl
Hheep 2.tk.r a,k.ci(M i.Oil
The rolloalng table shows the prices
for hogs at the Houlh Omaha live stock
market lor the lat few oays. with comparisons
J. I. KEMP.
2513 Leavenworth Bt-
1115 Davenport St., rooms ana ..k...b
porch, oak finish, new, first floor, fur-
MCrheat- W. CARLRERO.
312 Brandels Theater. o
Only one apartment left Will be ready
for occupancy Nov. 1; 6 rooms, all mod
ern and in fine condition; good location,
at 1M3 8. 29th St. Rents $40 the year
round. Call us up for particulars.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
Douglas m. . 1622 Farnam St.
Boar aad Bsssu.
wiwrrn-Tiiiinr lady to room ana
board; use of piano. Addresg H. 668,
MOD. ROOM, good board. Web. 6692.
A YOUNQ man wishes board and room
In a private family where thereto one
or two young people. Address H
ROOM In private family for refined lady
gontleman; use of library; walking
distance. Phone Harney 7300.
701 8 laTll Koom, wiui nreaniMi
upper, for two gentlemen, $4.60 each;
lunch tree. If desired.
FUKN. rooms by day or wk.: inodern;
team heat; Il.tO up. 107 8. 17. D. t.3.
Mod. cosy rm. in priv. family, home prlv
, lieges. Call bet. :30 p. m A a. m. R. 7b0T.
FURNISHED room for rent near Crelgh
ton university. Phone Douglaa 7281.
Houaekeep. rooms complete. $4.50. T. 2023.
NICE room with heat, one block from
car. - Wbatr mio.
LEAVENWORTH. 2654 - Extra largo
pleasant room. team heat, reaaonahle;
two men or more; close In.
MODERN furnished rooma, 114 N. 4U.
THREE unfurnlshod roonu for light
housekeeping with kitchenette. H. 416.
!817 Poppleton Ave.
N EATLT furnished1 sunny front room,
with fireplace. $3 for permanent parties.
604 n. mn
Stt N. ISTH, front room In private fam
ily; modern; to permanent roomerg $3
826 8. 29TH Furnished rooms, private
family. Harney w
1403" N. 20TH Pleasant, modern rooma.
FURNISHED rooms, neatly furnished,
modern, plenty ot heat and hot water,
close In, reasonanie. w a. i
Jll 8 26TH 8T. Modern, nloely furnished
large front room, hot and cold water,
clean, reapectable; tl.
ELEGANTLY furnihd 9-room Wast
Farnam district honse. Can rent for t
months at $M. Caro of the house and not
price owners oDjeci.
V HARRISON & MORTON.
816 Omaha Nat. Bank.
THREE nloe rooma, hsk'g. ml & Uth.
LEOANT suite rooms, frnisnea com
plete; strictly muoc-w. v -
THREfcl elegant rooms, gUam-heated.
Ill No. zaa.
LIGHT housekeeping room an gult. 726
B. lth bt Tyler 1021-W.
Faralahed llsawkeeglag .
N. 40TH. ISfc-4 ulcelr furnished rooms;
l.t FARNAM. 6-r.. modern, 16.
34il .lack son -r., modern, flPO
! E. :'sth -r., modern. I2S.6A
.'3 R. U4lh t.. 6-r.. partly modern. U.
2V22 Dupont, -r.. partly modern, ,!!.
i"19 X. ltitl; Bt., 4-r., cistern, $8.
30X1 8. Ifilh Kt., 4-r., city water, 17.
-2 8. 6th 8L, l-r., city water, 16.
2315 8. 2th St., 4-r.. city water. 17
?U2 Klin, 4-r., well, $K.
CREKJH. HONK A CO -
Ph oneDou g laa 200. toj Pee ltldg
FOR RENT Twenty houses. Phone
660 8 TH AVE.. -r. modern flat. S30
2117 Capitol Ave., 9-r. modern flat, 126.
114 S. :3lth, 8-r. all modern house, $20.
241K S. 2dth St., 8-r.. new, mod. house, 20.
341 Tarker. 6-r., mod. ei. heat, 118.
221 N. 77th Rt f-r r,,,.H h... tic
rasp BROS. iiorV)Ms'ia:
FIELD CLUB HOME
Fine. 7-room and sleenlns- n,ef.k. flmlu
finished and decorated; in an excellent
location. Reduced to $46.
PETERS TRD8T COMPANY.
Douglaa S9S. iw2 Farnam St.
IATHKDRAL district. T ra., mod. house
facins south, built 2 years. Red 62K7. '
WAR! WAR! WAR! WAR! WAR!
MAKE WAR ON YOUR EXPENSES.
SAVE ON YOUR COAL RILL.
RAVE ON YOUR LIOHT BILL.
SAVE ON YOUR WATER BILL.
SAVE ON TOI'R BEMTll. Dil i.
112. $12. $12. $12. $12.. $12. $11.
I-ROOM ONE-STORY BRICK FLATS.
Gas range, electric llrhts. toilet, sink.
water paid. Cement basement. Just like
new inside and out. Oak grain finish,
painted floors, new papers. Nice, larae
court; ashes, lawn and garbage cared
ior. no ennuren. Three vacant now.
HAVE A LOOK. BE CONVINCED.
Two blocks south of Vinton tit. 1'ae
418 McCagua Bldg. Red 4902, Doug. 4:149.
7-R., mod. cottage. 2014 N. 82d. D. 1246.
S-R-, 1319 S. 22d St., $20. Tel. Red 4146
NEW. modern, 6-r., cottage, $13.
8-ROOM cottage, modern except heat.
NEW HOME FOR RENT.
Living rocm. sun room, dining room,
kltohen, four bedrooms, modern in every
respect House Juat being decorated. Good
neighborhood. Sth and California 8ts. $40.
Call Doug. S3R2.
Stores and Of floes.
2ND FLOOR office rooms or suitable for
ngni mig. wriKht A Lasbury, 60S 8.
16th St. Doug. 152
EAST FRONT ROOM
150 8q. Ft., with water and light free.
FINE LOCATION STH FLOOR
17th Street Kiposur
THE BEE BUILDING,
Of lice Room, 103.
' Two Rooms, Ensuite.
390 gq. ft..
Water and Electric Light
Ready Nov. 1st.
The Bee Building.
Offloa Room 101.
A WELL located, larae. un-trulil, ,lnr.
for rent. Also auditorium sealing l.uuO
psupie. Appiy to oupt. Bweatah audl-
flood rm. with kitchenette; reas.; D. TM8.
rjafaralshed Housekeeplagr xVaows.
FOUR rooms; modem. Phone Harney 741,
. Hotels Apartments.
CALIFORNIA Hotel. 16th and California.
Weekly rates 12 and up. Doug.as 7083.
OODEN HOTEL Rooms $1 Pr week.
DODGE HOTEL Modern. Reasonable.
Houses aad Ctta-s.
t-ROOM modern house, 80S 8. SBth Ave.
Owner would reserve one or two rooms
and make rent attractive to right
tc nant Phone Douglaa 4fo
A BARGAIN A. brnd new brlcg
home. 7 rooms; exceptionally attractive
and practical; better Investigate Md sat
isfy yourself. ! Bl- Tvl,sr 2201 J-
A FEW desirable store rooma left In the
new ouiiaing, northeast corner hith and
Casa Sis.; cheap rent Conrad Young. 322
Brandels Theater Bldg.. Tel. Doug. l7l.
MODERN store roomand basement, lit2
N 20th, 112. Conrad Young, m, Brandels
Theater Bldg., Douglas 1671.
Best uiurv and icei.ei .il crop state In the
union: sealers named, lands for sale at
low prices, on easy terms. Ask for book
let 84 on Wlsoonstn Central Land Grant
btate acres wanted. Write about our
gracing lands. If Interested in fruit lands.
ssk for booklet on Apple -orcnaras in
WUsconsln. Address Land Dept. boo
Line Hy.. Minneapolis. Mloa.
i Most or tn.i se Ulna or wneat came
Primary wheat recelnts were l.fWi.OOO from owner., who had recently Diirchaaed
bushela and shipment 821.0W bushels liecauao of the large exjnirt trade bual
agalnat receipts of ,2K'.i 0i0 bushels and nesa current. It was noticed that not -
hlpmenta of 630,000 bushels last year. withstanding the continued activity of
Primary corn receipts were fc1.0M Km.ian demand the geni-ral public had
bushels and shipments 13,000 bushels. ,not developed any sustained buying en
against receipts of ftifvomi bushels and thusiasm. and that more attention ap
shtpments of 34.1,000 bushels last year. peared to tn given to the Increased vla-
1'rlmary oats receipts were l.SRl.wO 'jhle supply than to the lilieral, but fam
bushels and ahlnments 7.vr,""0 bushels. ! ,tr tian.-Allantlc sale. Particular
against receipts of 740.000 bushels ana stress was laid hv tho besrs today on
FARMS FOR RENT.
FARM FOR RENT A fine dairy farm.
good buildings, loor more; cattle, noraea.
ahocp, poultry, farm machinery, pastures
all tenced woven wire, water In each;
A No. 1 laud, about 176 miles west of
li inmiapoils. Will be tented very cheap
for cauli. Don t apply unless you have
some means and very best ot references.
Address Y Bee.
HEAL ESTATE LOANS.
CITY and larni loans. 6, (Vi, per cent
J. 11. Dumont & Co., 1603 Faruam, Omaha.
WANTED City louns. Peters Trust Co.
OMAHA homes. k'.st Nebraska farms,
O KEEFK REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Natl. Douglas 2716.
HARRISON A Mt)RTON. M8 Om. Natl.
WTD Farm loans Kloka Inv. Co. Omaha.
WANTED City louns and warrants.
Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas. 228 State Bank Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam 8tah
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder, City Natl. Rank Bldg.
fiC&CITY LOANS. Remis-Carlberg Co.,
" 1 810-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
SEE us first If you want a farm loan.
United States Truat Co.. Omaha. Neb.
H K ATfMT ATE FO R KX CHAN UK
FINE 320 acres; 46 miles from Minneap
olis, every acre under cultivation; leys
level; good soil; good water; buildings
consist of house, barn, granary, machine
sheds, etc. Price, $76 per acre. Will
take up to $10,000 good property In ex
change, balance some cash and mortgage
Schwab Bros., 1028 Plymouth Bldg., Min
shipments of W7.000 bushels lsst year.
CA KLUT HKl'Kll' IK , .
Wheat. Corn. Osts. Barley. Rye:
Chicago a6 84J X
Omaha 113 23 47 8
Kansas- City 8 22
REAL K8TAT13 MISCELLANEOUS
JgiO cash buys a new, modern bungalow
on the south side, balance monthly.
$700 buys 7-room, two story, largo resi
dence. A genuine nargain. i nuim w.
MUST LEAVE OMAHA A bargain.
Owner will sell modern 7-room house,
splendid location, one block from cr
line; lot 60x140:, also has a gsrage Will
show you through. .Call Webster 6sS4.
BIAH'K OF LOTS Council Bluffs, near
Broadway pumping station; Omaha car
ll e and 82d St, arhool. Equal to 12
44-foot lots; fine, high Isnd; lots around
them sell $160 to tM. This whole block,
I1.0U0; IIOO cash, balance tn suit. McUoe
Real Estate Co., 106 Pearl St., Council
$1,7F0 buys 6-room. modern cottsge on
North Forty-fifth St, close to car
line. Walnut 11111. 'Phone D. 8607.
WE CAN show a new, modern, five-room
cottsge on car line In the hills; ran be
bought on reasonable terms. A dandy
home for you See Williams, 122 Main
St., Council Pliiffg, la.
I HAVE a pretty new, all modern 6-room
bungalow for sale on easy terms. Tel
ophone C. E. Davis, Tyler 2047-J.
I'iOo cash buys 8-room bungalow mod
ern. Cost $4,000, reduced to $2,350 for
quick sale. 'Phone D. 8i07.
" STRICTLY MODERN, $2,R0l.
What do you think of this? An almost
new 6-room cottage, 42 feet long, modern
In every possible way and only one block
from the street car. Don't overlook this.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Phone Douglas 17M. Ware Block.
the fact that stocks In the United States
are now 1O."0O,0tt bushels more than st
the corresponding time a year ago.
Regardless of estimated export sales
of 1.0U0.OUO bushels at the seaboard, and
of additional foreign business here and
t Duluth, the wheat market showed no
decided tendency to rally. Tho best
prices were scored right at the start thi
lowest In the final hour of the session.
Ideal weather for the maturing and
shipment of corn nut that cereal under
bearish control. Traders generally were
anticipating a generous movement of tho
new crop, although offers to srrlvo have
leen small as a wnoie. outs saggMi
with other staples despite continued de
mand from the seaboard. There waa a
steady stream of selling orders from
Provisions were depressed by the weak
ness or grain snd iiogs. The bulk of tho
trading was In lard.
Date. 1914. m. 191J.i IHI1 . IIHIO .11- ll
Oct.".i 7 40, J eJl r.i 4,1 I ! M 2J
Oct M. 7 444 T W 8 HO' 84 8 fci I
llrl II I m . lA 1 VI 1 Ml 1 S7I
Oct. I.'.) T 4AI I si 84 41 7 70 6 ?
Oct. 14.1 7 8 01 I Ml S7 I ir 7 w. o
n. th i nl ; ui am I 49 T 4l I 6
Oct mil v l Hi 1 77 4 S0l I 7 4i I 6 iJ
7 :V 7 MM k 741 f S. 8 KM "
I ; w i i si; 8 hs; 7 s; 5 4i
TOtu, 8 71 I 37, 8 41 7 l: h Jl
94 W 7 7R( 4 0 S 171 7 411 6 22
I S4N 7 41 8 1 8i 8 31 1 7 M, j
MS 7 60. 8 4H- 8 44 7 62 6 43
7 03", 7 67 S9W 7M, 6 4
iu II vil 1 tx. 4 a 8 Ri' 6 41
I'.'l.' 2rt i 7 0141 7 671 I 41 241 8 V 7 W
IVI . 27.1 4 98 7 tOj 1 lA 8 7 64
fi7.50. As was the esse yesterdsy thg
packers cut Into the feeder supply and
lonaUerlng th o'inllty of some offerings
there were sales that looked more than a
dime Ietler than the general run of
trananctions on Monday s market. An so
live trade was a prominent feature result
ing In most of the lambs changing hands
be'ore 10 o'clock.
The sa es of ased sheep Included year
I nk's at M lofl! IS and fome Nebraska e rn-
fe.i wethers at $hi Parse and fed ewes
moved at oiif. 1 V Prices In the aged
sheep division ore shout on a par with
those at Chicago. Everything sold la food
Further strensth i oulte evident In
Ihe feeder trade, the market on this class
of stock being as active as on Monday
nd the clearance early. The bum or the
good feeder Iambs continued to aell at
fa WW 7n, with a few scattering bunches
at $;ivri 90. Most of the feeder ewes wera
picked up readily at $17M4.I'. There Is
still n marked rranity of feeder wethers
Quotations on ranse sheen and lambs.'
Lambs, good to choice. $7 5Ki7.70; lambs,
fair to good. $7 l.Mi7.60; feeders, fair to
sood. I 4rufW 90: feeders, common to fair.
IS JHis 40; yearllnas. good to choice. KM
ii16; yearlings, fair to good, !W0fl.H5;
vearllngs. feetlers H 405.90; wethers,
good to choice. ttSOtTriTTi; wethers, fair
to good, Ifi t&ff.l W: wethers, feeders. 14 30
fr4.8i.; ewes, good to ehol'S. 4 7.6.1:
ewes, fair to good. $4.6Vff4.78; owes, feed
Artlclei open. 1 1ilgh. Low. Close l Yes y
Dec.. II ir.litr 1 164 1 H 1 HH 1 1M,
May. 1 2i'o' I l 1 i 1 20
Corn I I I I
De.-. WVu'1 tWi 67 67M3 IWV.
May. 71j70-! 71 7047iH"t n4"4
.Deo. 49'vft' 604 49 494 60
Msy. M'xti M4CH t2 62S 684
Jan. 19 000' 1 00 18 77 18 77 18 97
May. 19 17 19 17 19 OS 19 06 19 27
i let. 10 00 10 no 10 AO 10 80 10 ISO
Nov. 10 46 10 47 10 42 10 47 10 60
Jan. 92 86-87 9 86-87 I 92-96
Oct 10 R 10 65 10 47 10 47 10 70
Jan. 9 82 81 9 76 9 7t-77 9 80
FOR MDSB., 240 acres, near Newport,
Neb.; part hay, bal. pasture; 26-foot
frame house, large barn and fenced. Loan
of 12.41m due Sept. 1H16. Int. per cent.
Price $32.60 per acic. Will pay some cash
E. R. ROGERS.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
20 ACREiS-KllOO. 1
Three miles from .center of city; 14
miles from car; 14-acre orchard, 8 acres
alfalfa, balance all excellent farm and
garden land. All tillable, with Just enough
slope to drain. Cavo cellar, 4-room house,
good barn, chicken house, wagon shed,
hog houses', good well and windmill. This
place should be sen; let us show you.
A. F. Smith Co. (Fsv Smith), 2S Pearl
Bt, Council Bluffs. Phone 129.
HKAI, ESTATE NORTH SIDE
FOR SALE BY OWNER
SEVEN-ROOM, all modern. Koiintxe
Place home. 2111 Spencer; cost $4,360. If
taken at once. Web. 6410.
STEAM heated store, near po.tofflce;
low rent. G. P. Stebbtns.
GOOD barn, room for I or 10 horses.
1917 Webster St Call Douglaa 41,
WANTED TO RE.TT
TWO " jturuiahed rooms lor houaekeep.
list, walking aiataure. Address U. 464,
WANTED To rent a six or seven-room
modern cottage, furnished. Call South
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
KERR Title Uurantee and Abstract Co.,
a uiodern abstiact of floe. Sue a. 17U Bt
Phone Douglas 647.
REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract off to
In Nebraska. 208 Brandels Theater.
IF you want strictly modern home, 8-
room, never wiw i
344. Low rent to right tenant Twenty
minutes' walk from city halt
7-ROOM hou, 1118 Franklin. H. 474-
N1NE rooms, new, oak finish, hot water
heated house, pear cars. Dundee, Wat. jblSL .
7-R house.. 8118 Franklin. Harney sTt.
MODERN 8-room house, 206 a Kth Ave.,
vacant November a. Can be seen after
9 v m. any day. Inquire T. J. O'Brien,
Phones Harney 1034 or Douglas 1214.
t-H. mod. cottage. 719 o. 37th St, $ ; 7-r.
mod. hou so. Wit Leavenworth St-, 136.
Beth fin locations. Phone Webster
30u6 and But PacUla SC. T-room modem,
401 Park Ave-, cor. Jackson, f rooms,
almost new, brick, oak tusn. fin; only
The Alaatlaa Apartment. 115-119 8, 38 th
St.; best location in the city: 6 rooms;
winter rata, .40; garage and xtra
rooms If desired.
1319 8. 22d St., 6-room cottage, only $20.
164M S. 27th St., 7 rooms, $)..
4114 N. 2Mb Ave.. T rooms, bath, 113.
L. D. Spaulding, Kit Farnam St, Phone
Harney ,i or 'lyler 100.
FARM t RANCH LAND FOR BALE
Four mile, of Council Blulfs; about W
acres good farm land: (-room house and
barn: 6 acres meadow, a little timber;
plenty of running wautr. An axotdlent
plau for dairy, truck or fruit farm, and
cheap at $140 per acre. McGea Real i v
tate Co., 106 Pearl St., Council Bluffs.
200 ACRES I mllea from railroad town:
log house and barn, orchard, 100 acres
In cultivation; four springs. 140 acres
fenced; R. F. P.: pries $J0 per acre; easy
terms. 11011 rteaiiy jo., ioanon, Mo.
BAROAIN Mo-aero Improved farm, 16
miles from Minneapolis; on good gravel
road; lays level; about 120 acres under
cultivation, balance used for pasture;
some fin meadow land; can practically
all be put under cultivation; buildings
consist of t-room house, barn, granary,
corn eiiba, machine shad, windmill, eta;
good apple orchard. Price, tn 1 per acre;
one-half cash, reasonable terms on bal
ance. Adjoining farm held at doubt this
price. Schwab Bros., 1U28 Blymoulh Bldg.,
This tract of land Is located about one
mile from South Omaha limits; ay prac
tically level and surrounded by nice
homes. No Improvements. Nothing a4
inininir this tirooeity can be bought for
less than lW per ae.M. For quick sale we
are authorized to sen ior saw per acre.
O 'Neil's K. E, & Ins. Agency,
1505 Farnam St.
Tel. Tyler 1024,
South Omaha Office. Booth 191.
I, r'STVTE SOUTH HIDE
FENDERS COVERED AND
DENTS REMOVED FROM
Anythtef In Leather or Fabric
That Cm Be) Dob.
The Holly Auto Trimming Go.
Oar Work peaks tot Itself.
It Tera With Dnunznoaa.
BBAL'TI FL'L 6tlxlSli residence lot on
paved 8. 10th St.; hss fine barn on rear.
Arirlec.a M. H. Realty CJ.. 2760 S. 9th.
Tyler 1031. Snap right now at $ front ft.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
Handsome, thoroughly modern, up-to-
date 10-room residence, on one of th fin
est streets on West Farnam hill; only
ilf.&OO; owner going away; might con
sider small nous or vacant in part pay
ment. HICKS, 444 Board of Trado Bldg.
At 2779 Capitol Ave,
W. IL GATES,
47 Omaha National Bank Bid.
Phone Douglaa 1294.
REAL ESTATE- DUNDEE
EXCELLENT Dundee home, flreplaoe,
buffet, beamed calling, tile floor In bath
room, etc.; cloae to car line; Immediate
possession. Call for further Information.
W. 11. THOMAS SON. Doug. 1648.
That You Can Buy
Dundee Lots for $1,000
On Easy Payments
On Paved StreetNear Car Una
Water, sewer and sidewalks all In and
paid for la full.
George & Company
Vli City Nstlnral Bank Bldg.
Phone Doug. 7
Pay Good Dividend Returns
Bar this stack both for !t good slTldsnds
aad Its future possibilities. A complete ds
U-llsd pr!nl4 report containing ths Istsst
Information will lis east KKKK. Ask tor re
"sTotklg to gall hot servlc,"
JONES & BAKER
Bank Floor, 39 So. La Salle St.
Yew York Phlladslp la
Direct private wtrss to all markets.
THICK, SWOLLEN GLANDS
that make horag VYDeeza,
Roar, hare Thick Wind
or Choke-down, can be
Chlt sgo Cash Prlres Wlieat : No. i red.
11.111(111.14: No. II hard, I1.1Xi1.14. Corn:
No. i yellow, nwv'l No. 8 yellow, TtHp
7c. Outs: No. I white, 4V4I'47c;
standard. 4s4444e. lUte: No. 1, WiC
I94'4,c. Barley, i'o7So. Timothy. H W
S.5". Clover. $11,000-14.00. I'ork, 1.40.
Uard. IK)..'V. itibs. iiu.uuirii.uu.
Bl'TTBH Higher; creamery, Wmic.
KOtlS Higher: receipts. .UJ rases; at
mark, raws Inrluded, 1KiJ04UjC; ordinary
firsts, 221 j 2:1c ; firsts, tji Jc r
POITLTHT AUve, higher; springs,, 12o;
POTATOIOB-Ixiwer; reoelpts, 140 cars;
Michigan and Wisconsin. SUq-Uk; Mlnne
atita and Dakota. 4o?ffi0c.
NEW YORK GENEHtL MARKET
aaolatloaa of th Day oa Varloaa
NEW YORK, Oct 17. FDOUR-Market
WHEAT Spot market easy; No. 1 red,
II.ILS; No. 2 hard, t-l.lf."; No. 1 northern
Duluth, $1.16Vk; No, 1 northern Manitoba,
11 .Ul, nominal, c. I. f. Buffalo. Futures,
market without transactions; December,
i.i'3: Msy. I1.2S'.
CUIIN Spot market easy; No. t yellow,
Mc to arrive; Argentina, prime, 7 so asked
l AT." Sjiot market easy; standant.
UV; No. 1 white, 62c; fancy cllppe
wlute. 63Wh'. '
Hol'M-fc-asy: state, common to choice,
11)14 crop, -jj42r.
HAY Quiet; prime. 1.06; No. 1, tl.OTWf
3 W't, No. Z, VO'QVtw; No. 3. KfWxi; ship
HlDUtf rtteady; Bogota, 24B26c; Cen
tral America. 4c.
LEATHKIl-Flrm; hemlock firsts, ll
2c: seconds, DOflStc.
I'ROVIUIONS Pork, steady; mess, tltOO
tf21.W; family, U4.OW2ti.OU; short rleara,
t mi i8 00. Beef, quiet; muss, t 1. 0023.01;
family. WMa'tw. LMri. steady; mio
i. ,.t no iU'ii'10.): refined, steady; con
tinental, til 00. ttouth America, 112.10)
compound, flrnv f7.uotPT.2n,
TADlJW Steady ; city, 6Vio; country,
6U''r',e; special. t'tC.
Hl'TTEB Firm; receipts. 12,?19 tuba;
creamery extras, 834o; rresmery, 24f;
creamery, firsts, 2911 :Vi'; aecuiids, a
2ac; process extras, 2.V(A'.; ladles, cur
rent make, firsts, itott-tc; seconds, 21f;
packing stock, current make No. i, 2xa
CHEBPE Steady; receipts, 4.110 boxes;
.tiia wlinla milk, fresh, whllo snd rul-
oied slwclals, '.yc; stale whole milk, white
; and colored fancy, 14c; skims, 4'crlSr.
' K0014 Firm; reoeli Is. 14.149 rases;
f f resh gathered, extra fine. 34Gi3c; extra
'firsts, Jl'J3c; firsts, (:; seconds, U
ti27c;, stats, Pennsylvania and nearby
hennery whites, oaiu 'M-. siaie, rennsyi
vanla and other nearby hennery whites,
:Vfifoc; hennery browns, aVrfUihi-; gath
ered browns snd mixed colors, ZMf.l.o.
pDl'LTHY Dresseil, weak; western
roasting chickens, K.V20r: fresh fowls,
HtlDV; turkeys, froxeu, Wit 22c.
Kansas Ity firala aad Prolsloas.
K ANSAB CTTY, Oct 27.-WHKAT-No.
i hard. fl.OtWrl.06V.; No. t red, 11.
tlBf; December, fl.0841.14; . May,
COHN-No. ! mixed, 7'a'7Jo; No. 2
white 7sc' Iiecember, 3T4)e; May, e.
OATH No. 2 white, 47Vc; No. 2 mixed.
BUTTER Creamery, 29c; firsts, 2tic;
seconds. ; packing stok, 20c.
j-XK! First. 22c; khviiiiIi, lRVxO.
I"OL'LTRY Hens, lie; broilers. lc.
t. t. ;
CATTU'Viteoelpre t.f catli this morn,
in. iihi ...,u- lmi hesd beina re
ported in. This makes Ihe total tor ths
three daya this week 17,102 head, snd the
smallest of uny similar period since the
second week In August. last week,
und.r the Influences ot extremely heavy,
receipts at all point, prli everywhere
broke rapidly. This week with receipts
much lighter the market here Is advanc
ing as rapidly as It declined last week.
Henf steers of all kinds were In good
dmiiand this morning and the market
active at prices that wore nffu nigner
than yesterday. This mosns that the
market on the general run of fat steers
was around 2o higher than last week s
Fat cows and heifers were also In ac
tive ilemand this mnrn'ns and they, ton,
can be quoted c higher than last week's
close. Canner cows did not decline very
much last week and thev have nut an-
vanced so much this week, the change
on that kind of stuff being small.
Htorkers and feeders were In very gooa
demsnd this morning and buyers were
out In the yards In good season looaing
for supplies. Prices were Um:l6r higher
than yestti!ay, or 2.V higher than last
Quota I Ions on cattle: Good to choice
cornfrd beeves, lO.fjO; fair to good
rnrnfed beeves, fg.OfKiii.PO; common to fair
cornfed beeves. f)1.7o43tx.no; od to choice
range steers, 17. i (sir to good
range ster, tn dot 7.k: common to fslr
rsnge steers, f&.(00t.60; good to choice
gins heifers, fH.0ufi.7; good to choice
grass rims. fh.fiOiUn.'t; fslr to good grades,
K. Ot'tlf.lO; common to fair 'grades. 14.0011
n 0; prim feeders, f7.7(xir..2f; good to
chclce, fti.BlWijl; fair to good, f6.24fHI.Sn;
rommon to fair, f&.BOtfiiJ.fi; stock hoi f era,
M.7I.ti.0O ;stock cows, f4Hj6fcO; stock
calves, tS.Ouu7.71; veal calves, f7.6ui)lo.M;
bulla, staas. etc., 24. bou 4.00.
AT. Pr. Mo.
t I M
421 t Tl
1 4MI T 40 !......
I Ml I M
BTOCKEltM AND FEEDERS.
21 IM I 1 4 Ill I to
1 cowl 0 4 60 13 feeders... 1012 6 ffi
KM M M
141 t 7
24 feeoers... s77 06
11 cows 915 4 50
29 feeders... 7H0
S6 fee1ers... K2 6 3T
1 feeders... 760 25
411 7 a
4X5 I 00
m 7 on
V 8 20
942 I 56
403 7 50
,.12M T 20
Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. IT WHP5AT
December, fl 10H; Msy. fll: No 1
alio any Bunch or Swelling:. No blutr, no
hair gone, and horse keDt at work. Con
- . , , . . j ,LeeemDer, ti.ivs, wimy. . iw., i- v
centrsud only g lew drops required at aa huxi, fi.u.; No. 1 northern. ll.loH61.12
gpphcauoa, 12 per bottle delivcrca. No. 2 northern, ii.vtit ps.
Itook 3 K. Ire. FLOL It-Fancy patents, 25 70;
ABSCRBIXE, JR.ti-Ptic l.nimcnt for rnan. 'nr-Z Clear"' W
kind, reduces Cysts. Wens. Painful. Knotted liy vih-cti'Xic.
VaricosgVeim, Ulcers. $1 and $2 a bottle at "R-J??-Wi ,
Jl A.i..A PJw,!, f.i.ne.' Ire. ORN-No. I yel OW, ItofjMc.
OATH No. I white. l4V4be.
dealers or delivered. Book "Evidence" free.
-.'.YOUNG, r. 0. P.. IMltaak. tUeerlsgteid. Ma
COTTON SEED MEAL
Oottoa S4 Cake O0I4 arMas4 Oaka
From Teas Mills direct to you. Write
or wire us for price on High Oiade
Meal or Clacked Cake, 42 to 4t per rent
protein. Cold Pressed Cake
T-ZAS CAXB AMD -UTTSB OO.
Liverpool -rata Mark.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 27. WHEAT fipot.
steady; No. 1 Manitoba, t 4d: No. 2,
9s Pd: No. 2, ks lO'td; hard winter, ts
llVd Futures, firm; October, 9s; De
cember. 9s 2Vd.
CORN rlpot, quiet; American mixed,
Ta 2d. Futures wsk; November, ts ?Vd.
OMAHA. Oct. 27. Bank clearings for
Omaha today were f2.b77,7of.M and for th
corresponding day last year. fi4ou,t.K
14 calves.... Ini I 00
10 feeders... ofi 6 90
20 feeders... 1119 50
39 feoders... 5" T 05
12 rows IM l
19 rows im 6 45
15 cows 914 4 so
10 steers Hot 7 00 12 feeders.
13 steers 12! 7 75 10 steers...
10 f orders... 945 e !0 2 steers..
19 cows 1143 too 25 steers..
29 feeders. .. 19 7 50 12 feeders..
Ill steer.... 10R4 7 00 19 steers..
90 steers... .1179 7 lfi It steers..
H. B. ClaPP Neb.
14 cowa 900 oOO 19 rows.,
1 cows 820 70
Doyle A Norman Mont.
47 feeders.. 1025 90 lfcoas 1101 5 95
Hobbs Bros. A Bennett Neb.
23 rows 792 6 40 30 feeders.. 800 6 So
IIOUS In spite or a rathet moderate
Tuesday run the trade opened out dull,
and as far aa the packers war con
cerned, somewhat lower, -hipping and
speculative demand was In better shape
mis morning, ana some outcher and
lightweight hogs went to the shippers
during th early rounds at prices that
can be quoted as fully steady. The fact
that shippers have been buying very
sparingly during the last two or three
dsys makes It difficult to site up this end
of the trade, but It Is safe to quote ship
ping grades as fully steady, and soma
sellers were of the opinion that their
sales showed some strength.
Packers started out to make their pur
rhaars on a nickel lower basis, and they
succeeded to a certain extent. fcuch
grades aa shippers could use were In the
best demand, and the competition brought
Kiner prices on ineae ainas up to very
nearly a steady level, but on everything
eirspt the good lights and butchers, the
packers' figures are around a nickel
lower, so that ths general killing trade
la mostly a nickel off. The firmness In
shipping grades atrengthsns the average,
which Is no more than a shade lower.
Bulk of the supply moved at a range
of fn.90i&'7.06, with a sprinkling of good
butchers as high as 17.10, and tops at
Supplies today amounted to sixty. seven
cars, or 4.M0 head, bringing the tola! for
the two days up to (,6M head. This la
2.000 smaller than lsst week and more
than 1,0011 short of a year ago. Receipts
for the first two days of the week ar
smaller than any similar period In over
A very large supply of pigs showed up
this morning, nboul a flftn of the total
receipt consisting of lights weighing
from 140 pounds down. There has been
a good demand for pigs from both tin
serum men and the puckers, and such
pigs as have been coming have on must
days found a ready sale. Today's big
supply, however, glutte.1 the market tu
such an extent that after the beat gradea
had moved at nearly steady prices other
ainos were lorceu to sell at a reduct un
of as much as 2c from the prevailing
prices last week. This la the first time
this fall that buyers of pigs have had a
large enougn assortment to suable them
to dlstrlmlnate against the common stuff
and whsn most of the buyers were filled
up there were still several bunches un
sold. Bids at this time were the lowest
of th day, being quoted In sum cases
as much as toe lower. Most of the pig
stun moveo at a range or tt.uwu.i.
Quite a number war held un by the gov
ernment, but as a rule they showed Bet
ter health and were In better condition
than Uie pigs which were marketed so
freely a year ago.
SliKEP Heceli ts wore short again,
being eatlmsteil at K.OuO head, compered
siitu 24.PW last Tuesoay and M.260 a year
agu. The first two days of the week thus
iar show a decrease, only 44.791 head being
re put led In aga.nat 111,718 for the same
tin. a last week and 74 216 a year ago. c hl
ago this morning waa reported at having
only 24,00u head on sale and a strong
market at Monday's decline. Outside ot
one or two bunches of good lambs and a
sprinkling of wethers and yearlings there
was little good stuff here, the quality
being mucb like yesterday.
Because of the meager supply of right
good killers the packer buyers were out
early to fill their orders and there being
oonaldrabl competition among them,
prices on sged sheep and lambs Were gen
erally strong to a dime higher, the most
Improvement being on the yearlings and
wethers. A little better than l.OuO head
of Coksvlllit lamb brouaht ST to, as high
ss anything sold during th day. and ths
bulk of the offerings moved around 17.28
t. I.onls l ire "lork Msrksl.
PT. t-oriS, Oct. 27. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 4.io head; maraet aleadr; natlvo
beef steera, 27.;nffl0.7f; cowa and heifers.
f'i "HVifO r.; stockers and feeders, tR.ttW
7 no; southern steers, (VKSfH OO; cows and
betters, f4.ootig.f0; 11s live calves, tfi.00(3
Hons Receipts, T.onn head; market
higher; pigs and lights, t.Mt3?.70: mixed
anil butchers, f r.aiT.Tii; good heavy. t7.
8 DEEP AND LAMB. Receipts. 1.W9
head; market steady; native muttons.
II. not5. ; lambs, f;.003.0i.
C hlraao l.lre Stork Markex.
CHICAOO. Oct 27.-CATTLE Receipts,
7 OnO hesd; market steady; heevea, . tfcr
10 7&: steers, f.").70lit.t(0; Blockers and feed
ers, M.sTijiT.'.H): cows and heifers, 28.2MJ
8.71V calves, f7.OOylO.7n.
HOJ4 Receipts, 2,0rt0 head; market
1, m Ac under vrsterdav's average:
bulk of sales r7.9WW.4i; light, t7.00f7.M;
mlvod, V .OT'iirr .tn; heavy. t7.004J7.tO; rough,
f7 OixsYMt: piss. f4.2iT7.00.
SHEEP AND LA M HM Receipts, M.on
head; market strong; sheep. M.iW.;
yearlings, fn. .; lamb. tt.VKjfl.n.
Kansas Cltv Live gtsek Mark.
K A NBAS C1TT. Oct 27. C ATTLK Re
ceipts, lt.000 head; market strong; prim
fed steera, f9.biVtfl0.75; dressed beef steers,
tT Wti9.2fi; western steers. t..6ftfM.Tf ;
stockers and feeders. f5 5Ofl0O; bulla.
H. 7i.i 2ti calves, tii.OOfflO.M.
HOOHRecelpts, is.000 head; market
Itwer; bulk of sales, fT .onjJ .20; .Wy,
t; liVtiT ; packers and butchers, I7.10!
7.:;llghU f7.0n7.21; pigs. fS.2r-e.75.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, UOOfl
head; market steady to 10c higher; Ismbs.
f;.oofi.; yearlings, ft. 508. 26; wethers.
f.VOOtuJ.75; ewes. ft.&OUi.ft.
Omaha liar Msrksl,
OMAHA. Oct n-miRlB HAT
Cl.olce upland. 211.00; No. 1. fJOWkd 10.50;
No 2. fS.0tmri0.00; No. 8, fn.0rttf8.00; choice
n Inland. IIO.S0; No. 1. n.rAiJlO.00; No. 2.
ts oiviiS M; No. 2, f tXVfftOO; choir low-'
land. fSflO: No. 1. fS.00; No. t, f.008r:.ao;
No .1, flOOtftiOO.
HTRAW Choice wheat, $5.0: choice
oat or rye . 50.
ALFALFA Choice pea green. tlt.Oli: No.
I, tll.oo'.f 11.50; No. J. f9.totll.t0; No. t.
' New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 2T. MERCANTILE
PA PER U,'Vc.
HTERLlNtl KXC1IANGK Easier; to
day bills. f4 'W; 'or cables. f4.90.9KO;
for demand. n."'iiJi,
HILVKR Bar, c.
LONDON, Oct. 27.-SILVER Bar,
steady at IS'M per ounc.
MONEY Kftl 11-1 Vr cent
DISCOUNT RA TEA Short bills. T per
cent; three months' hills, 1 per cent. ;
K'EW YORK. Oct. 17. COFFEE -The
market remained quiet today and spot
prices were uncnangeo on tne oaat or
for Rio 7s and 10H for Bantok 4s.
Th rat of Brailllan exchange on Lon
don was quoted Vc lower, but mllrels
prices In the primary markets ware 50
to 1 rels higher. The price of December
contracts In the liquidating committee
wst about 30 points lower at fS.t0.
nil aad Rel.
SAVANNAH, Oi Oct. IT-TURPENTINE
Nominal, at 4Wio; no sales; ra
re pts, 5K1 I. his.: shipments, S83 bbls ;
stocks. rt.OOl, bb's.
ROHIN Nominal; no sales: reoelpts,
2.711 bbls. ; shipments, 1,174 bbls.; storks,
111,!!2 bbls.; A, , M.BO; C, D, f8.52H; E,
F, O, H, I, t3 n6 K, M li; M. M W; N.
ffi.OO WO f8 S: WW. fft.ft. .
NEW YORK. Oct. tJ.avaATl-Raw.
weak; molasses, 1.24c; centrifugal, tsVC.
Refined, eesy. 20 points lower; cut loaf,
70c: crushed, .60c; mould A. .26o;
cubes, .0nc; XXXX powdered, f.9c; pow-.
dered, .90c; fine granulated, MOc; dia
mond A. 6.80c; confectioners' A. f.70cj
No. 1. 6.66c,
Bt. I,aU 1 Grata Market,
8T. LOU1B. Oot 27 WHEAT Decem
ber. fl.llVi; May. fl.U4; No. 1 rad. fl.Obia
fil.ilj No. 2 hard, fl.loJl.UU.
CORN-No. 2, 71!S;mc; No. I wh(t,
78Vc; December. ,'Yn6ci May. 7oV.
OAT-No. 2. 4H47cjNo. I whIU. 49c
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 87. COTTON Spot.
In moderate demand; price lower; mid
(11 'ng fair, 6.85d; good middling, i.lod;
mldilllng, 4.8ud; low middling, 4.7Jd: good
ordinary, 4.ad. ordinary. s sl; sales. s,M9
Metal Market. '
NEW TOR It, Oct. Xt. COPPER Elec
trolytic. II 1. 36, thirty days, and IU.29
11. NO c: sh.
BT. IX"1'I8, Oct. 27. METAL Lead,
firm; f.t.. Ppeltcr. dull. f4.90.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 27. DRY GOODS
Cotton goods, stendy; the carpet auction
showed continued interest; price easier.
Hllks, quiet. Yams, dull.
, . 1
Evaporated Apple aad DrWa Pralt.
NEW YORK. Oct. 17. EVAPORATBD
DKiKD FK LI ITS Prunes, easy, inn-
cob and peaches, quiet. Raisins, dulL
NBW YORK .
eats f Ore a Btair.
newpiiRT Nfcrwt Btrathlo
4'H A HI .KVCTON . . . . Wasklastonlaa. .
HAI.lioA Mtanisr Dollar...
. LEGAL NOTICES
NOT1CH TO CONTRACTOR-.
Sealed bids will b received by the
Board of Commissioners of Slate Insti
tutions at Its office In th Btate Capitol,
Lincoln. Nebraska, until 2 o'clock p. m.,
Saturday, November 7, 1914, for tha fur
nlshlng of all material, supplies and labor
necessary for the proper construction and
remodeling of the power house at tha
School for the Deaf. Omaha. Nebraska.
In accordanc with the plans and speci
fications prepared by James H. Cr ad dock,
architect. Omaha. Nebraska. All bldg
must be accompanied by a certified check
for 5 per cent of th amount of th bad,
payable to Board of Commissioners of
Mate Institutions as a guarantee that
th bidder. If successful, wUl Immediately
enter into the contract and bond for th
erection and remodeling of said struo-'
tur. Plans and specification will b on
file In the office of the Board of Commis
sioners and at the office of th archi
tect. Room 12, Continental Block, Omaha,
Nebraska. Sets of drawings and specifi
cations may b obtained by proapectlv
bidders upon application to th archlUMt
or to th Board by depositing a check
for twenty-five dollars if&.Oo) to insure
prompt return, and when plana and speci
fications ar returned In good order
checks will be re-dlverd to th person
depositing the same. Th Board rrvea
the right to reject any or all bids.
Dated this toth day of October, 114-
BOARD OF COMMISSION- Of .
Br bilaa A. Hoi comb, Chalrrn-a.
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