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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1914)
THK BKK: OMAHA. SATt'UDAY. XOVKMM'.I. 7. 1!lt.
IIoumi aad ta.ttagrs.
-R., modern except tcm, Web. srwo,
271 m'OOLF.SBt, 6-r., rmvlTTx. t-eat, fig.
8. awl at., 10-r . nil mod.. .
418 Underwood Ave., 7-r., ll mod., 4).
MtM" g. 2: St., -r., all "hhI .. 6;o.
2n.4 Marl St.. 7-r.. all mod.. IM.
JW3 S list St.. 8-r.. mod. ex. heat. $-1
2iV3 Franklin Ft, 6-r., mod. fx heat, $;.
Staridfo.d Circle, S-r., mod. ex. heat. $1T.
' tl7 8. 2Mh St.. 3-r.. part tmd.. $9.
' HIRKETT & COM TAN T,
V Be- Rldg. Doug. M.
FOR SALE OH RENT.
tT HOUSF,S FOR BUNT.
.'VTn room and hall, strictly modern,
hardwood finish on first floor. three 1e.l
roji upstair, on bedroom and bath
on flrt floor. $3ft. This house fronts on
t e.l street and boulevard. 24 blocks
froia car line.
Sen-. rooma. sleeping porch and sun
roomU new and desirable, exceptionally
fine Slew, quiet neighborhood. $50, or $..5
with V. rut.
riva- rooms, Bt. ixrjis ones, n
modern. 42C. Harney. $36.
FARNAM AND 40TH LINK-. .
S-r. vary modern, square yard.
O'KKEKR REAL. ESTATE J.
101S Omaiha Nat. Douglas
1 J. H.
lira Fa-nam St.
iiiirfira win RENT.
$47.50 7-r.i apmt. 618 South ,6th St.; ataam
neat janitor service.
45 00 Rr.. 2113 Cass St.. modern: garage.
45.00 7-r.. 2106 Cass St, moiTern. first
40 00 a-r.. l?S North 40th St., modern.
4iot)--r., 2TO South Central Blvd.. mod.
J7.60 7-r.. ' BUS Capitol Ave.. modern
bungalow, hot water heat
us no 7-r., 340 Burt Ft. modern; garage.
jtSOO.-7-r., t2 South 2Sth Pt, modern.
26.00 8-r., 219 Capitol Ave., modern ex
cept 'heat -
20.00 6-r.. 14201 Cumins; St, modern ex
18.00 6-r., pit Sherman Ave., modern ex
GEORGE & COMPANY.
Phone D. i. 902 City Nat l Bank Bids'.
tores and Of flora.
(THE BUILDING THAT IS ALWAYS
Farnam SW 17 th St., and on Court
(Prices from f 10.00 to (50.00.)
Ak for tha Superintendent, Room 103.
GOOD barn, i room tor S or 10 horses.
1917 Webstef" St Can Douglas. 43.
FOR SALE OB RENT.
Very pretty o-ruom all-modern bunga
low. 1 nunum rooms .n ok, buiii-m
kitchen cat. not, furnace neat. Un paved
treat 2 tioi.a troui car line and - blocks
from good school. Hems fur $u per monin.
Will tell for 131.50 cash and HI. 60 per
Telephone Webster 2233, Mrs. Thomas.
WANTE1 iO itKNX
WAiM h-U 'iu nt-r l'-A tajui on fihuruw.
With everything lur.naliea. Auurua
Copiiuck, i?ioicP'e, Neb.
1-K SAl.K tilt lu.NT.
New biinfiHio. n r.M.'ns and hath, with
tiice attc: strirtly iwlern. all nnk tln
l"n, luillt-tn-biiffi't nml bi'.ik chsik; fin
cellar and lmimlry. nml ilun.lv furnace:
iltKe to Miller rk. csr line and s luiol.
paved stret-t. I'rlcr .t.'X eiisy term, or
U rent to gotnl purty lor $.. I'hone 1.
UK.Xh KSTATK FOU KKXT
farm for Hent.
FARM FOR REXT A fine dairy fnrin.
sood bull. tints, lit or more; cXttle, bones,
sheep, poultry, farm machinery, pastures
nil fenced woven wire, water in each;
A No. l lai.d about 175 miles west of
.Minneapolis. Will be rented verv cheap
for cash. Don't apply unless you have
n'mt means and very beat of references
Address Y 2ft, Bee.
WANTKU TO BL'Y 1 want to buy about
a 2.W)-acre ranch: must be good eras
ing Hand, suitable for raising hay, timo
thy, clover and alfalfa and hsve flr Im
provements. Answer must describe land
end come direct from owner. Address Y
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstiaut office. 3'fc tf. 17th Bt
Fhone Iouglns i4S7.
Rb.lJD Abstract Co.. oldeet abstract of
flce in Nebraska. 206 brandels Theater.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
toil KXCHANOK K.OW eoulty In 11
room modern house, suitable for two
families; bath and toilet on both floors.
Box T'Jti, Omaha.
UK I, KSTATK WF.ST MUH
110 down and Jin a month. Good Invest
ment, en 8i(h St. between lodga and PTPOPT
laveniv.rt. If you can make larger pay- iAVR1
i.vwn, we can rurnisn money to
"GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Breadstuff Likely to Go to a
O KEEFK REAL ESTATE CO.,
Th ne Douglas 2713. 101 Omaha National.
REAL ESTATE SIBIRBAX
CLEARANCES ARE BIG
Cra Pro pa
l.lttle aad Oats Also
Coasea of 4,ol
REAL ESTATE WANTED
that can be bought for cash; must be
substsntlal. well built and good location.
Customer oan Invest X0"0 to I100.0W,
W. Ii. HOMAN,
831 Board of Trade fllde.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
CITY and larm loans, 5, o'i. t! per cent
J. H. Duniont & Co..l6o3 Farnam, Omaha.
WANTED City loans. Inters Trust Co.
OMAilA homes. East Nebrasna farms.
O KEEKE HEAL. fcSTA'le, CO.,
m umaha Natl. ' Douglas 2715.
H AUKI fu. & AltitTON. Mite Oin. Natl.
V 'I'D ! arm loanv Jiok lnv.i o. Omaha
UMAHA, Nov. , ISM.
Breadstuffs are likely to advance to
jriuch higher prices. The hfad cf ono ot
the larger houses In the trade said to the
writer last night that Insofar as their
export business Is concerned the month
or November has been wiped off th
oooks, as they can sell only an occa
sional boatload during this month, and
that foreiiiners will be forced to wait fnt
the morn deferred months In order to
supply their wants. The foregoing sra
actual facts and a reflection of tin
"'"I situation In wheat. ,t mav 1
said that while, the future wheat market
was In a over-bought condition yester-
. 1; ri.. ,n,t attempting to secure
I profits on the advances established ther
were nrt losses for the day ul 'Uio be-
ause or the pressure shuwn
heat priori 1 are not likely to run away,
shown by the recess ons yesterday.
lZT?nv' ,rom th seaboard were
fl...ooo bu. late yesterday.
The decline In corn was partially on the
Improved weather throughout the belt sbd
partially on ti e weakness In wheal.
oats followed the other grains In their
price recessions. According to private
cables the Argent. ne crop 1 as susta i.e.l
Jome damage from frost in the south.'
Export sa.ee here were 7.1.000 bu. and HR.-
REAf. ESUTr tticrfi...n :ir.' ,"re "-""gbt altogether. .The
.... ...ii.ium;,, iwuaurr osta enmpanv bought 6.000 bu
have Just been Instructed to sell
tn of the newest, most modern, and best
located brick houses In Dundee, for a
Price less than the actual cost to build.
tmV.- 'I J" sei for business, cause of the
in..; , u ,m nome lor
106U), with the further inducements of1
U".VJn" thdroughly well built home,
with every modern convenience, and In a
location that WOUl.l niesae vnil ...
at once. Terms reasonable. '
Glover & Spain
Pjt-3) cy 2i"lrJ'J Phone Douglas K62.
WE HAVE for sale In the Vt Far
nam district a modern dwelling 1
yeara old; 8 room, electric light,
bath and furnace. Ask ua for loca
tion, then look this property over and
make us an offer.
We have another of 6 rooms and
bath, within 3 blocks of car line;
electric lights, gas, cemented base
ment with laundry, hot water heat.
mat we want an orrer on. See
for location and termg.
W. T. SMITH CO.,
1111-12 City National Bank.
rv n o 1 n
FOR SALE FIRST MORTGAGES
additional oata In Idaho, making a total
oi mi. in three days.
Provisions were Irregular and unsettled
because of the abnormal conditions sur
rounding the market at the stock varde
I on account of the action of authorities
In closing the yards for a short time.
1 ne buying; was mainly by shorts In or
der to even up the positions, while the
larger packers led in the selling.
Wheat ws unchanged to He lower.
Old corn was unchanged to la higher;
new corn was unchanged to I4c higher.
Oats were MWHe lower.
Clearances were: V, hest and flour,
equal t HW.OOO bn.; corn. llS.Om) bu.; oats,
Liverpool closelng: Not quoted.
Primary wheat receipts were 2.0.ilo9 bu.
and shipments l.T!8.0CO bu.. against re
ceipts of l lM.ono bu. and shipments of
871 0U0 bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were ROS.000 bu.
and shipments 34S,10 bu.. against receipts
2.000 in five years, drawing per oknt, 1 of J.'O.noo bu. and shipments of 204,000 bu.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W,
Fainanf isinllh Ac Co., ia:u Farnam.
CITY properly. Eatge loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas, i2t 8tate Bank Bldg.
$W0 to Jlu.OuO inuuc promptly. V. D. Wead,
em, rimg., utn anu ran. am his.
P,'li, hu f . I I I . 7 ' . 1 '
I $4 OtO c lla vuiMtia vaiuso. at
4.tXi in five years, drawing per cent
Intei est, payable semi-annually, secured
by brick apartment house In Omaha, good
location, valued at x,eou. These loans are
on very cieslrahle rloee-ln prnpertlra.
1IAHT1NUS & HEYDE.N, 1H Harney St.
MONEY on PanU lor city and laun luaua.
Z1J ' lu" rau. iiaiiK tiiug.
G clTY. l-OAIsB- Ucinltf-cuilberg Co.,
om-oj cTiiuucis 1 neater isiag.
FAHBI &. Hi.M-11 I.JAiJj l-'OH S-iLK
1'HL'IT unj gram ianon ut north Aikun
aa Hi. leaduiiaUiO pncuB. vvin.8 I'llucr
ajiuh. i-tvaity ..o.. o.vey, Ark.
BARGAIN Fine Improved quar
ter Btjctiun in camera ivauous, near
ivubaa. city, very couvf'iueut 10 rail
roaa and Vuwar epieuaid soil, good
1. two, luuu.ug aiei' an eur. Midui
Uakj iiari. pyinent in Omaha lru-
i4l (ill. . .' '
W. 'f. SAUTH CO.,
1 111-12 City National uauK Bldg.,
1). Uuiana, Neo. o
UAHCiAl. 5ik-Ktit mpioveU farm, 20
k.nu uoui tuatuuapoiia. 011 goou giavel
itiuwu, .I, ivi:i; uooui lit uci'es unaer
tu.n.iii.'vu.1 aiaucij ueu lor pas.uic;
tuu.u iiik' iiimiww lauu; tan pracucany
a.l i,v u,iur cuiuvgLioii, uUiiuuiKa
CUIU.,1 Jl UUaU, Pul'u. tilUUUl,
ui 14 c.iuo, u.iici.iuo unco, winunu.i, ic;
huuu ait) tntiialu. tT.to pKi au.e;
uu;-.i4i iM.i j-caauilui.'e Ui "la on oai
auwe. 'Aujuuj'.Mi iunii at ioui.o una
fl'.cv. DLHWaj xi.ua., Ju. r'.jiuuuUi iliu..,
..,.. Meufr.uiia,' Atiiwi. . .
SEE us first it' you want a larm loan.
wi iuru otaiea 1 rum io.. uinut.a, Neb.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
See This Place
S420 Parker St., a 5-room completely
modern house on a large south front lot,
WxK7. close to car. stores and school;
xjoo cash and the balance monthly. hla
house was built for a home: You should
S110 Burt St.. a 8-room, modern except
heat, house, on paved street and close to
three car lines; 3u0 cash and balance
monthly. If you buy 3412 as well, the
price will ho reduced. This is worth
Greigh, Sons & Co.,
Douglas 200. 60s Bee Bldg.
IMA'iiuVEiJ ku acre farm, in unlea irom
.Minneapolis; 4 acres under cultivation,
baiuuL'u used for pasture land, covered
vitu poplar iud oa tiiuoer, very caauy
cleareu,', 110 v.usle land; neatest set of
bu.iulueS Irt thai Vicinity, cuiimstuiB of
houne, bun, gtgnary. corn enh, etc.;
one heavy team, three Jersey cows, ,all
young stoL-k, luu cluohens, iiouh. complete
ae'. of lurm macninery, watous, buggy,
cream separator: 1 if tact, everything Is
complete; :ilsu IS tona of meadow flay,
g tons clover hay; i acres of corn; 00
bushels potatoes, 10 cords wood cut ir.
stove length; In act, everything on the
farm , goes at Sn.aoO; )3,oO cash, balance
can stand. SCHWAB BROS., 102S ply.
mouth Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
' EiKlit-room hotlBe in the prettiest part
of llio "Pri'ttiest Mile'' Just north of
Home Miller's. East front lot overlook
ing beautiful Carter lake and the Iowa
lilliM. .Two lots. For quick sale, 17,00.
Harrison & Morton
For tale .New all-modern, U-room fcun
gal'J'.v, principal rooms In oak. Hot air
ncfli. , This house is located one block
irotn "ar line und two blocks from school.
Be k'lre to cull us about this at once.
Sniull cash puymcnt down, balance like
NKF.US REALTY INVBSTMENT
Ci round Floor Hoc Building,
Telephone Dot'g'as 2S2.
No. 277B. :
REPORT CF THE CONDITION OF
The Merchants National Bank
At Omnha, in the Slate of Nebraska, at
the close of ousines, Oct. ill, lull:
Loans and discounts Jt.KH.tlT.SB
Overdrafts, secuied and unse
I'. S. bonds deposited to secure
Commercial paper deposited to
I secure ciiculaiton 135,000.00
1 V. s. bouds 10 secure I'. de
; Other bonds to secure postal
Bonus, securities, etc., (other
than stocks) 13,000 00
Banking house loO.UOO.OO
Due tram national
banks mot reserve
agents) .....$ 338,015.04
Due from state and
private banks and
bankets, trust com
panies and savings 2W.lM.3t
Duo from approved
reserve agents in -central
Checks and other
cash Items 14.868.13
Exchanges for clear
ing house 73,107.37
Notoa of oti.or na
tional banks 90,500.00
and cents 645.93
Lawful Money, He
serve in Bank, vig;
Specie 674,274 60
Legal tender notes.. 121,210.00 l.SC0,039.50
Amount paid on account of
subscription to llOO.OOu.nro
go.d fund (subscribed) leas
amount If any, returned to
Redetnption fund with U
Treasurer (6 per cent of
Primary oats receipts were 9,14.000 hu.
and shipments Ml.on bu., against reeelpta
or 727.000 bu. and shipments of 670,000 bu.
Wheat.Cnrn rials (Snrlav Dva
v nicogo tUT
Minneapolis .... 824
Kansas City ... H30
St. louls 114
Ttiese cash saes were reported today
Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 12 cars, Sl.u;V
2 cars. ti.OH: 13 cars, 11.07V No. 3 hard
winter: 6 cars, I1.07H; K cars, $l.0i; 5 rais,
S cars, 1.00. No. 4 hard winter:
211 243 .. ..
17 ii 'i i
December, WVi',c; May. 70'
. " y-;i
'i H I.T11Y -
CHUN No 2 mlxrl. rwi7t-: No
71c. December, Sc, Msy, '!'ic.
OATH No 1 white, 7ti47c
roosters. 9c; tur-
; OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Rather Free Lending of Six Months'
Money at 8 34.
SALE OF NEW YORK NOTES
rlan Klchansje llnrr More McgH
Iblo Factor, go Far lnon
t'oneeraed ItanW lear
laaa l.lttle, Better.
Two developments of distinct signifi
cance were noted In the financial situa
tion today. Due was the rather free lend
ing ol six months money at iN per
tent on mixed collateral, as ngalnst the
Fackeri Take All Killers Offered at
Prices Steady with Thursday.
SHIPPERS BUY ALL THE HOGS
hrea Very Pleatlfnl lor a Frldny.
Itelnar Ilia Increase Over Imtt
Week anil game Week a
of these were consigned direct to a ,
packer, only s llltie over sr.ty earn
weie on sale. Total for the live oays is
;3.ll heal, being a gain of more than
. I ad over last week, but nearly
9.rt'i short of last year. "
3.11.2 21 7
SOI TH OMAHA, Nov. , 114.
Of.Kia, .ttomlitv ...
Official Tuesday ..
Official Thursday .
Estimate Friday ...
Five days this week.ln.2rn 23.1M f0
Same days lnt week..i.H IS.763 n.iM
Same days 2 ks. ggo.34.g4J 30,X2 1'.4
ame daa S wks. ago.xs.li6 17.M7 1S0.0..4
Same days wks. Aao 81.61.1 24. 112 f
.ame daya last year. . ,2;'...:6l S1.S73 t,S7S , it
I M. .
. . ws
Mh. 1 r.
4 7 14
e T M
e 1 a
. 7 4
.. T H.
140 7 U
.. t ss
.. T 70
The following table shows the receipts
long statvilng 6 tier cent rate, and the I of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
other was the sale of the New York City ' mataa live stock market for the year to
per cent throe-year notes, which were I "ate, as compared with last year:
Issued at par at a price to yield only ! 1M4. 1C13. Inc.
4 per cent Inrldnntally commercial tattle ,!is.i9 S.a,p;4
paper was accepted lor the shorter ! Hogs 1.9:'".;44 tlsn.OM
periods at n fraction under S per cent. 1 Sheep 2,in.it-a l,M4.20? g7.042
in line mint tills aeneral movement It 1 The following table shows the prices
was also learned tlint the stock exchange ror hogs at the South Omaha live stock
authorities wl.l, within a short uni, 1 mrk,i 1... -. m-na mnw
..,,,, 1. i.i.nni 'i vri mill irriii. ii.'iin
which have oerated against the pur
chaae and sale of high class securities.
It Is not Implied, however, lhat any
thing like regular operations will be per
mitted. Dealings In listed and unllatel bonds
and fotes were said to have approxi
mately 2.000.000 par value. Aside from
the demand for city Issues the note of
aeveral of the more prominent railway
companl were In active request, at
f rices returning front 4S to 6 per cent,
dated stocks were hltrher In the unof
ficial market, nnd on the curb a majority
of tb standard oil laeues were uuotit
at prices above July So closing quotations.
Foreign exchauite was once more it
Date. I lilt. l:U.lw:.'.iiyu.lliv.il!M.lfs.M.
It. I 7 7 J, S 771 30 I T 46
T 04 4,
4 I 7 U I 4S US' S
7 is), s 741 t lil S 66
7 tfcl ; 311 i 7 J7
I I 711 S I7i R 1 T l
7 71 I S SO) jl 7 41
(till an 1 36, 31 7 61
7 60! I 44 I I 441 7 6.
7 671 S:l 8 17 62i
7 .it 7 67 1 g 4j 141 i 47 7 6n
1 6 il
M .. o 4 I .. t
W .. 15 37 14 .. 7 19
II. M ,. l IDS 1 ..7 10
104 ..7 09 ...
SHEl ' hot it as to slio and quality,
the receipts this morning showed tip very
good for a Friday, for about, 8.0; head
were reported Ih, compared with t,667 a
week ago and 3.M a year ago. For the
flvo davs of the week thus far a eon
slderable stortsge is evident, the receipts
to date amounting to only 65.9V.0 head, or
M.OOtt he-id short of the same time last
week. M.a4 head short of two weeks ago
and 9,918 head short of a year ago.
Owing to the unusnial conditions In the
east and at the Chicago market, along
with the falling off In the receipts, trade
on most all grades of kllbng stuff was
red hot, with packers scrambling for
everything at all decent pnd paying prloea
anywher from lc to c higher on lambs
and strong to a dim better on aged
sheep, the most advance on the best of
ferings. Onod to choice stuff wast In the
most urgent flemand. wblla anything only
half warmen un did rot Sell qu te so
ft as 7 M) I a 11 i abi 7 641 5 00 11 ,..n 1. ih, rasa at this time
f I o. S tri q 141 a jvi 1
so far as London was i Nov.
concerned. tuna on inai eerier were Nov
virtually tinchatige I from the recent Nov!
prices but I'arls eahlea ami thecks werjm.'
sold at 6.WH and 6.imi, respectively. Re- Nov"
ct;rrent activity in exchange on Italy Sov
was seen 111 ine tiuoiaiions tor i.iree.
Which w ere supposed to rcCli-a t pur
chHSrs of foodstuff and merchamllae liero
for Itallttn Interests
There was more than the usual di
vergence of opinion respecting the
wwkly cash movement, but on the sur
face It would appear that local hanks
have iost onsl lerable rums to the anh
treasury. It remains to le seen whether
this loss will be large enough to effaco
the axeces cash reserve built up during
the preceding fortnight.
Hank clearings ot the country ehnw
little betterment, (except In the agricul
tural sections and certnin manufartnrlng;
lenters, whose Industries have beneflttetl
by sales of merchandise to the warring
nation. Cotton continued to be one or
the chief articles of export, but the shlrp
advance In marine war risks has had a
marked tendency toward the curtailment
of shipments to all foreign ports.
3.1 7 OPV 7 Ai! I 101 0
7 06-iki 7 741 7 791
7 Q; 7 7i 1 6t 11
7 11! ? 71 1 0f! 121 S 01
I 7 61 a ill HI 7 Hi
7 10, 7 76 ll T l
Elk City Douglas Co.
60 ACRES Almost new Improvements,
6-r. house, barn for 10 head cows, 6 head
horses, small haymow, 6 tons; new gran
ary, new chicken house, good well. This
is fine laying lund, A-l soil, 3 or 4 acres
alfalfa; not-a foot of waste land on It;
within three miles of three towns, soutn
east of Elk City, near Military road.
The lay of the land and crops will show
for themselves. Let me show It To see
it Is to believe. Price, $11,600; terms. It
la an Ideal "neck of the woods" to be
in, and you "Cannot beat it in that neck.
Act at once. This means you, who is a
little bit. or decidedly choice. Bring wife
ORIN 8. MERRILL CO..
N. E. Cor. Vd and U Sis., So. Omaha. I
Your Money Count
Hell an T.- r , ... f , . .. v I
... . in 4l vttt, iiimii iie.ao
borhood In Cass County, Nebraska, five
miles fronj onc.tuwq and ' seven miles
rom another, at J36 per acre. This land
1.4 worth flOO per acre, but the owner
lives Ip Omaha and wants some cash.
This la gn all cash price.
J. H. Dumont & Co.
LMCU'TIFCI. 6-HOOM BUNGALOW,
NEW -ALL MODERN, ONE-HALF
BlJCK FROM CAR LINE.
Thin h.-.UBo Is locnted In one of Omaha's
best new residence districts. Principal
rooms finished .n oak. Furnace heat.
All modern conveniences. House well
built and beantifullv flnlahed. Will sell
for :00 cash; balance like rent
( an walnut ok today and arrange to
a- ins IH7IJ i
ror Sale-Very pretty 14 story all mod
ern. 5-iOi rn bi:ngalow on corner lot and
one block from car line
Terms, $160 cash.
Balance In monthly payments.
rSA,J'J)YlXy m TODAY.
nK L ESTA TE SOUTH KI DE
l'.iS Farnom Pt
Phone Douglas 690.
OK 6 ALE By ownei, ltjo acres near
Lodge Pole. Nab.: f,.rtv .
been cultivated; fenced: 110 buildings; $16
for acre; one-halt cash, balance 6 years
at per cent. A. J. Wharf, 219 N. Olen-
Fielrj Club Bargain,
fi.n!5"Jnt reslde'',. seven rooms, Uste-
null dT,ra' Ood '""P'ng porch, fire-
Plac. deliiht fill aim .
; ',nl,'" J'st rour blocks
1, ll,'J.fl" ; 'oulh front, large lot,
li-iVS' h'8 J10" U Positively worth
V ; " bs Purchased with $tl,0X)
cash, balance monthly.
(JALLAOIIKK & NKLSON
M4 Brandels Bllg. Dona SOU.
Capital stock paid In
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes
Nstlonal bank notes oustand-
Due to otlior
tlonal banks ,,
Due to state
Dividends unpaid ...
subject to check... S.38,S1!.77
Time certificates of
within 30 days
Time deposits pay
able after M days
or after notice of
30 days or longer..
Cashier's checkg out
standing IT. H. deposits
Postal aavlngs deposits
.venue, Peoria, III.
IF YOU can pay $3i0 now, i.k) next
March, can sell you choice of 12 rich
Nebraska valley farms; balance 9 years
at 6 per eeut U Bradley. Wolbacb.
FOR BALE A OKEAT BARGAIN.""
The east balf of section 9. town 10
range 19, In Dawson county, Nebraska.
Oood 6-room house, barn, granary
and cribs; improvements in good repair;
fenced and cross-fenced; 20 acres in aU
faifa. 2w acrts smder cultivation; 7 miies
from Sumner and 12 milts from Overton;
good teuoul; heat of aoil, no rand. Price,
lii ptr acre lor CD nays. Terms to suit
Porcuaser. CLAYPOOL LAND CO..
' Kearney, Neb.
Best uairy and general ciop state In the
union; settlers wanted; lands for sale at
Jow l'rle , n easy terms. Ask for book,
let 34 on Wisconsin Central Land (irant.
btale acrea wanted. Write about our
graiiag lands. If interested in fruit lands,
ak for booklet on Apple Orchards iu
JVutcjiisin. Address Land Dept.. boo
L'n Ky.. Minneapolis. Minn.
WONDER F CL ba rgaln for quick Uauj'l
1-evel blai'k loam fa.ir 2S0 acres; iin.lt
ndie railroad ton. Elegant, large, up.
tu-date buildings, all faim machinery and
IOO tons of hay. Only si per acta on easy
ternia Harry D. Pake- President, polk
CoJiity Lk, bt. Croix Falls. Wis. u.
k'HI'MT'R ll .ice
' Nine-room house In first-class condl- !
non; . ounoy iuia, eacn uoxi2 leel. Qarajce
and barn; Juit off boulevard. Incum
brance $4.410. Must move. Will aucrlfice
greater portion of equity and many other
residence bargains all and prices
, J. F. WALTER.
RKAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
40) Omaha National Bank.
'Phone Douglas T3V9.
REAL F.STAT6 WEST SIDE
Plate of Nebraska. County of Douglas, ss:
I, Fred P. Hamilton, cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
FRED P. HAMILTON, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
6th day of November, 1914
tSEAL.) L. W. WEYMITLJJER,
FRANK T. HAMILTON.
CI. SAM ROGERS
Located at SIS South Kth St.; has re
ception nan. living room, dining roomi
and kitchen on first floor; all flnlehed In,
oali except kitchen; second floor has
anrea wen arranged and good-sized bed
rooms and bath. Stairway to good
floored attic; also full basement, ce
mented and. equipped for laundry
This home is strictly modern and
nearly new: corner lot. and In easy walk
ing distance to retail district. Can ar
range easy terms. Let us show you this
real bargain. Price, $3,00.
2 Omaha Nat. Bank Uldg. I long. 4.a.
To Close Estate
Comer Hlh and Jackson, 55x137 ft
Harrison & Morton
Omaha liar Market.
PRAIRIE HAY Choice uplsnd, light
bales. $10.riOtU.OO; No. 1 $10.fi010.60; No.
2, $8.OO4rl0.O0; No. S, S4.o0frt.00; choice
midland, light bales. '$10.0ur<).f0; No. 1
$9 6W'10.00: No. 2. $.00Sj9 00; No. S, $5.00
H ft; choice lowland. SH.MV&e.OO; No. 1
$7 60tj.60; No. S, $5.00-87.00; No. S, 13.00
STRAW Choice wheat, SSMflM.OO;
choice est or rye, $. . 5o.
ALFALFA Choice pea green, fine
stem, lia.fco; No. 1, Sll. OOffU.M; No. 2,
S9.6ugrl6.60: extra good No. S brings $11;
No. 8, SK.Ot'J.OO.
NEW YORK, Nov. l-COFFEE-The
market continued quiet today. Tbe Bra
silian rabies reported an advance of fed
In the rate of H10 exchange, but cost and
freight offers received here wera gener
ally unchanged, and the local spot mar
ket remained steady at Cc for Rio 7s
and l'Wc for Santos 4t. Only a small
business was reported in contracts
through the liquidating committee, sales
for the dav amounting to 1.6u0 bags At
the closo December was quoted at 5.2J
-. 'arrn. vtwut.iyj. May, W.172g.2e:
tvaporateal Apple a Dried Fralts
NEW YORK. Nov. 6. EVAPORATED
DRIED FRllTf-Prunes. firm. Aprt
cots and peaches, steady. Rals.ns. steady.
Evaporate Apples aad Dried Fralts
NEW YORK. Nov. $ EVAPORATED
DRIKD FRITTS-Prunes, steady. Apri
cots snd peaches dull. Raisins steady.
4 cars, 11.0,,; l cars. S1.04: 1 tar. n...
No. 3 durum mixed: 1 car. 1 k;; 1 ar,
$1.00. No. 2 spring: S ears, $! . No. X
uurum: 1 car. $l.l: 1 car. tl.OHttj. No. 3
au.um: 1 car, $l.9)t: 1 car. $1.09. No. 3
m.xed: 11 cars, $1.04. No. 4 mixed: 2 cars,
110,1 Rejected 1 car. $1.01. No grade: 1
car. $1.01. Rye No. i: 2 cars, 93S No. 3. 11
cars, 93c: 1 car. 92c. Corn No. 1 white: 1
car. 7uc. No. 1 yellow: 1 car, 7lc. No. 1
yello a: 1 car (new). 67l4c. No. 3 ydlow:
I car tpsrt new), 67Vc; f car, SVc. No. 5
yeUow: 1 car, 70c. No. yellow: 1 car
tnewi, 6Hc. No. 1 mixed: 1 car, tiwto. No.
3 m xed: 1 car (new), S3c. Sample: 1 car,
67c. Oats No. S white: S cars, 40c. No. 4
white: 6 cars, 44o; 1 cars, aMUjc. No
grade, 1 car, 44Vc
oinaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
hard. Jl.07MU.OKit; No. 3 hard, i.(4t
1.08H; No. 4 hard. $1.0rmrl.06:. No. 2 spring,
Sl.OtkJfl.07V4; No. 3 spring. Si.flf.M.6S',4; No.
4 spring, $I.01ffl.0f.; No. 2 durum, l.mt
1.10; No. S durum. $1 tW&l.WH. Corn:
No. 1 white, Qifttii'Oo; No. 2 white,
e; No. 1 white. fWHiWMjc; No. 4 white,
JSAifW": No. 6 white, tjstyliKMc:. No. 6
white. fisUiHMvVc: No. 1 yellow. 7o.fi':ic:
No. S yellow. 70Vtl7t,c; No. S . yellow, I -1,tri., 7 tin : i,...h.i. tu. ir
1OV4C: rvo. 0 ! s
lilt A I)Tlt I0F.T' TIIADK RKVIKW
Various Items of Favorable Newe
NEW YORK. Nov. . Bradstreefs will
Crntlntted Improvement In sentiment,
additional ease Iu money market mat
ters, 'increased Interest In stocks and
bonds at higher prices, heavy grain ex
ports, siiHthlncci demand fur war mater
ials at remunerative prices, high pr.cca
for cereals and live stuck, somewhat bel
ter collections, excellent winter wheat
conditions und undeniable betterment In
the southern cotton situation, due to a
rln in exports, furnish a budget of fa
vorable news this week.
n tho other hand there is considerable
Idleness, which reduces- the purchasing
power In many sections, and warm
wetther adversely affected retail trade.
whlln likewise restricting reorders.
Failures' for the week In the united
States weim 317, compared with 241 last
year; in Canada 69, against 42 last year.
Bank rleartngs were $2,663,699,000, a de
crease of 2.V3 iter cent from last year.
W heat exiairts were 7,312,2X4 bushels, as
; iiul 7 r..:i 1 lit 1 A ui wil 7
7 ftVStl ni S j I S sll 9 n 7
.! 7 IKK,! 7 6I 7 73 S lj
7 661 6 72
7 61 6 96
4i 6 Ml
TOia7!ff70He: No. 4 vo nw. 7lffir70V.C
yellow, 69At(J70c; No. 6 yellow, 94iHe;
No. 1 mixed. ti9U.t'c; No. 2 mixed, Sif j
WV4C: No. 3 mixed, eJliiliaTSc; No. 4 mixed
f'4fiic; No. 6 mixed, eWiPIMic: No. 6
No. 2, 93&93MC; No. 1, 921i93c.
CHICAGO CRAM AND PROVISIONS
Featwrea af the Tradtnsr and Cloalnar
Prleea on Hoard of Trade-
CHICAOO. Nov. 6. Notwithstanding
.i.i. a, iiri. au. auce in ocean rreia
41MAIIA t.F.MEilAL MARKET.
BUTTER No. J, I-lb. cartons. 31u; No
I IMI IK 6 II lss UJisi
xed, 7V4yti)c. Oata: No. 2 white, 4A'W .1iu'L-Jk'ir.,.. c...i.. ,. .
! i.AikilLJfa 2scr block SwT.s, lie: twin,.
; No. 4 white, 44'7iHc. Hsrley; l,.. AalmlM. i.. ,rini. t. inUi.- v,,.m.
altlng, !72e: No. 1 feed. 601f59c. Rye: li.,i. ii.h.- 1. 1.1...1 t,.i 1....
burger, S-lb., 20-: l-IK. So.:; New York
white, lDc; Imported French Roq'Jefort
FISH Trout, 17c; large crapples, 1CJ
15c; salmon, U"t Hc; halibut, 9 Wo; channel
catfish, 15c. pike. 17c; pbxkerel, 10c.
PoULTRV Broilers, 14Vcj spring chick
ens, lie; hens, 9illc; cocks. u; ducks.
10c; gtese, So; turkeys. It; pigeons, pr
rates checked demand from exporters, 1 dox., UOc; ducks, lull feathered, 10c; goese,
W'heat prices today showed considerable I full feathered, ac; squabs, No. 1. $1.00; N J.
riiengwi, vue reaun largely or ioar mat : 2, ii"c.
ti.e Artcent ne crou hud suffered serious
damage. There was a firm close nt Wc
to S'10 net advance. Other lead ng
tuples, too, all finished higher compared
with last night corn Stio to c, oats
r to HVic and provisions i&tt"i7 in'.
How much harm had beon done by
cold r.nd frost to wheat In Argentina
could only be inferred, but some experts
were not alow to assert that the Inlury
was severe. It was said the crop was at
a critical stage, and that frost after
frost, such as reported, could not fall to
have done much mlseh sf. and may have
caused an approach to disaster. Decidedly
higher quotations at Rosarlo end Buenos
Are appeared to bear out this view and
helped to lift tha market here.
Continued heavy receipts ut wheat at , $1.54
primary points In the United States led $1.75
Market quotations varnished by Qlllnskl
FkU1Ti orar.acs. Extra francy Val
ences. 112. Wm. U"Kls. 176. 200s. $4.00
per box; Red Bull Vaicn-lns, all sixes?
3.7J per box. lemons: Fancy, JUKSt, amis,
$6.60 per box; choice Red Ball, S"0, 3is,
$6.00 per box. Orapefrult: All slxaa, $3.00
per box. Apples: Extra fancy Washing
tun Crimes Oolden, $1 75 per box; fancy
Washington Orlmcs. St. 60 per box: extra
fancy Washington Jonathans, 11.60 per
bur; fancv Washington Jonathans, $1.36
per box; fancy Colorado Jonathans, 11.16
per box; Colorado Jonathans, choice, $1.60
per box; extra fancy Washington Hoov
ers. II. .15 per box; Oregon Spltsenburgs,
per box; Oregon winter bananas,
per box; extra fancy wsahlngton
to a rccstlon In prices, but the effect Delicious, $2.0u per box; New York Ureen
tailed to last It was asserted that In 1 ngs. $3.00 per barrel; New York llald
manv cases the arrivals were 11 ng I wins 12 75 iter barrel. Pears: Csllforn a
counted twice, first at southwestern U'largleus, $2.25 per box: extra fancv
D'Anjnu, per box. Crapes: t'
markets and again at Chicago, with
others at Minneapolis and later at Du
luth. A distinct falling off in the sprlrui
crop movement was said to be notlceab'e
and there were late reports of flour sold
at Chicago for ahlpment to Europe. In
creased export demat.d for corn put a
lever under that cereal. Bales were In
tended for transatlantic countries footed
60J.OOO bushels. There were also pre
dict ons of unsettled weather. Outs were
In'luenced by adv.ces 01 North Dako.a
supplies going to Canada and by esti
mates of 16 to 20 per cent Impairment to
the crop In southwestern Argentina.
' a'nverlnr bv shorts in provisions was
on a large scale nnd made prices a steep
Jump The multiplying of quarantine re-
str clions outside 01 Illinois, especially in
the west, was regarded aa adding ma
terially to the strain ort supplies due to
the closing of the stock ysrds here be
ginning tonight. Pork showed the biggest
Oram prices itirnianeo ny iogan v
Bryan, office 316 South Sixteenth streetj
Artlrlel Open. I Hign.l txiw. Close. Yes'y.
I 1 K'4,1
Corn I I
1 16'ASj I 17, 1 16
1 23S 1 22'u
Pork I I
Jan.. I 19 SR I 1 S7',
Msy. I 19 65 I 26 SO
Lard I I
Nov. 11 W I It 60
Jan..1 10 324 10 65
Vay.ilO 4-47 10 77H
Ribs I I I
Jan.. HO 20-171 10 66 I
72 I 73''
49HI 60 153HPH
i wm 1 SO
SO SO I 1 0
11 66 I 11 02H
10 I 110 25-27
10 77HI 10 40
I 17HI 10 S24I 10 17H
Chicago Cash Pi l es Wheat : No. 2 led,
SI .14VS1 15H; No. S hard. $1 HVtf 1 IS'.
Corn: No. S yellow. 7o7'4e; No. 3 yel
low. 75fy7fic:. No. S yellow, new.' 70i'uv72e.
Oata: No. 3 white, 47i4i4c; standard. 49
49lc.. Rye: No. 1. $1 00. Barley, Hj'77c.
Beeds: Timothy, $3 756.36; clover. 10.ft
14.00. Provisions: Pork. $17.60; lard,
$11 ): ribs. $9 Wat 10.76.
KOOi) Higher; receipts. S.645 cases; at
mark, rases Included. iZlc; ordinary
firsts Sf'U'24e: firsts. 27tf2c.
POTATO)-4 Iwer; receipts, 43 cars;
Takota, Michigan. Minnesota and Wis.
oonsln. white. fi43c; Dakota and Wis
consin, red, SAflAV.
POT'LTRY Alive, unsettled; springs,
14c; fowls, 11VST13C.
Kaasaa City Grata aad FraTlelaaa.
KANSAS CITY. Mo. Nov. S WHEAT
No. S baM, Sl.08ftl.09; No. 3 red, $1
December, H.08'1.0W; May,
CORN-No. 2 mixed, 70c; No. i white
fornlu. Emperors. $Z.C0 per barrel: Malaiia.
$5. (xi per keg. Bananas: Per buittb, l.704j
VEG ETA BLH.S Cauliflower. $2.60 par
crate. Cabbage; Per pound, lVic. Cu
ucmbers: Per 1 doa box, $1.5(1. Celery:
Michigan, 35c per dozen; Denver Jumbo,
7f.c per dos. Toniaioee: Fancy, $1.26
per basketLettuce: Head, lOch$i.66 iter
dozen; leaf. 40o er dozen. Onions: Shal
lots, 40s tier dozen; yellow, 2Hc per
pound; red, lVa per pound. Rndlshes:
Per dozn, 36c. Horseradish: Per case,
$1 V. Oarllo: Italian, 2c per pound.'
Potatoes: per bushel. 70c. Sweet Pota
toes: Per barrel. $3.00; Jerseys, $1.75
N UTS-No. 1 California walnuts. Ie
per pound: psns, mr pound; Jumbo
pecans, IHc per pound Filberts, 15o per
MISCELLANEOUS - Shelled Popcorn
Per pound. 4c. Dates: Stiver walnut
$1.10 per box. Almonds: Per pound ?0c!
uiiies: r-er nox, l.if. t'rackerlack: I'er
immn, o.n, per ni( ease. si. in. I heckerS'
Per esse, 13.60; per half case $1 75'
Dater: Dromedary, per case. $3.00
iioney: rer case. 11. 60, F!gs: Twelve
1. -1. .ime. o.ie per pouna. cider: Per kes
$7'I0; per half barrel. $6 00. Cocoanuts:
Per sack. $1.00; per dozen, 75c. Suuash:
Per pounl. Vie masn.
CAT'I I.K-Ilecelpts were light as usual
on a Friday. Packers bought up the kill
ers in rc-tsmahle season at prices that
were generally steady with yesterday,
but the market was slow and the trade
lacking In life or Interest, as usual this
Into in the week. Pretty much all of
the feeders In the hands of speculators
that would do for killers were aiso taken
by the packers. On the other hand there
wss nothing of any consequence doing In
thin feeder cattle. The country demand
wtia light and speculators were afraid to
The market la now around 16A26e higher
on fat cattle than at the close ot lest
week. Bo Utile has been done In feeders
during the last two daya that It Is dlt
flcult to say how much lower they are,
hut they are safely 261fOo lower for the
week and possibly a good deal more than
I hat In elKjle.
Trade Is suffering from uncertainty as
to what the next few daya msy bring
lortn on account or tho outbreak or foot
and mouth disease. Speculators are
afraid ami pitrkars are uncertain what
move to make, but so far they have
cleaned up all the killing stuff coining to
Quotations on rattle: flood to choir
Corn fd beeves. $9 0itlfl60; fair to good
corn-fed beeves, $g.00ifl.0O; common to
fair corn-fed beeves, $! 761)1.00; good to
choice range steers, $7 40ff.40; fair to good
range steers, $H.76fl7.40; common to fair
rang steers, $Svu7: good to choice
grsss heifers, $6.j70Q; good to clio'ce
grass cows, $M6,60; fair to good
grades. $00040.16; common to fair
grades, $4 0nri5.00: prime feeders, $. 00r
6 40; good to choice stnekers and feeders,
$7.2007.66; fair to good stoekers and
feeders. $tt Giii7.20; common to fair stock
era and feeders, $r..jti.00; stock heifers,
$i.756 00; stock cows, S4.C0rii6.50; stock
calves, $7.600 10.00; veal calves, $7.(0010.00;
bulla, stags. eto., $4.60u6.25
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. l"r.
m i: r it io 1 su
to m in
1 WO I M 1 ItM I
7 .4 7t 1 Jill 1 bt
t US 4 74 4 IdtO $ a
1 H0 I 00 , 1 10U 11
00 11 M uo W
1 I. .. 1SU ttO
13 '50 on 14 IN g
IM l 9 114 4 4
1 sw t M 1 as) 7 so
4 CM .ft.
t 91 I II 1 UT M
1 1"M 1 90 1 IU0 w
1 KM 6 74
1 tl T M 1 lso M
I 7 00 I im m
1 HI CO 1 110 10 0 '
STOCK EH S AND FKEDE'dS.
II 717 IU T IM t 60
I til M It 104U 7 71
44 mixed.... m 7 76 1 oow 1140 S 7S
12 cows 902 6 W 6 cows 9tt2 6 28
1 cow Ural S 60 S cows 900 4 U5
6 heifers... 6T6 6 40 1 heifer.... 504 o
1 cow. 640 5 2Ti JO cows 10H4 6 90
1 cow.' 12i0 6 00 1 cow Io30 S 00
I heifer.... MO 6 40 S bulls 1223 6 66
S bulls 1610 6 25 S yearlings 6K6 7 60
1 cow 11.10 6 25 2 calves... 190 7 60
1 bull 6W 6 40 S heifers... 710 6 40
5 cows H94 4 60 1 bull 1190 S 66
6 cows IM 110 1 calf 100 10 BO
10 cows.:.. .1022 6 50 1 stk. bull. 1600 S 65
9 steers.... Otsl 7 25
A. Porenzen Neb,
Sr calves... 415 7 so 4 calves... 416
30 feeders., ft'.l 6 76 1 feeder .. 600
IS heifers... U 7 26 4 cows 9M6
1 heifer.... 600 6 00
J. C. Carson-Neb.
61 heifer... IM 7 75 6 heifer... 63S
25 cows lout ( 70 17 oows 9b5
Scows 925 4 65 7 calves... 2uS
S calves... 406 t 60
Alex Wagstaff Wyo.
I steers. ...14H 975 4o steers.... 943
8 steer. ...1017 7 0) 2 cow 1170
ltMO 6 40 1 bull..
It W. RalstonNb.
,. 9S6 6 00 S cow 73S
. 6H 6 00 S calve... 350
. 140 10 00 1 cow t
J. & J. J. Bobbllta-Neb.
..10h7 7 15
HoUS Shipping order were very liberal
thl morning and altnough packer were
doing nothing on the early trade ship
per uougni practically everyinilig on toe
good light order at pi ices that were In
near.y every Instance a dime higher than
yesterday's good tme. and in some cases
121 6 75
110 6 60
IM S 60
flllwrts. long naples. 'l8c oerl v"r" tuotej as Iorirl5c higher. As the
. rvi 11. i(,,.r .ai',n...i wilt. i u . b . .ill I 1 .
Mlaaeapoll Grain Slarket.
ni.iiMruu. Minn., Nov. $.
inr,A-ir,tim, l.I3v: Msy. SI Ion.-
No. 1 hard, $1.17',; No. 1 northern, $1.13Vf
- ..... . i..'i..iqiii, ff i. imyrj a. if v..
CMMN-No. 3 yellow. 6MW.
OATS No. 1 white, 45V(4tc.
I.I rer pool Grata Market.
LI ERIfiOI,. Nov. 6 -WHHAT-Spot.
ii,.., i.w. e.aiinuua, aa; in o. a HstWd'
No. S western winter, 9s Sd. Futures'
quiet December, 9s 714d.
CORN Spot, easier; American mixed,
new, 7s. Futures. firm: limmu.
6a 7d; January, 6a 7'id.
St. I.ools Grata Market.
ST. I-OI'l Nov. 6-WHEAT-No. 2
red. ll.lL'ol.ll; No. 2 lisrd. $J1 U!Hi 1.14;
Deeemlier. $l.l3'-;; May, I1.12'al l.'S.
CORN No 2. sue; No. 2 w hite, 7i. i"7'c:
December. 6Vc: Msy, 72 V(a 7 lc.
OATS-No. 2. 47i,c; No. i white. 49c.
Haak l learlage.
OMAHA. Nov. 6. Bank clearings fur
Omaha today were $J.6'j9,77 43 and for
tbe corresponding day last year 1.1,19s.-177.04.
morning advanced with pa,:kers still lsy- Ipg stock, ourrent make. No. 3. SOH&ilc,
lng out snippers dropped their ofiers
little and some of the later sale were
better than steady, but a a general thing
CHEESE steady anu unchanged; re
ceipts. 1.540 boxes.
Kuus-rirni; receipts, .nn cases; irean
the shippers' purchase can be quoted as : gathered extra fine, 37&bc; extra firsts,
a dime higher. l34t&;Mc; firsts. 31 a 33c; seconds, 26C9c:
A noteo In the first paragraph the state, Pennsylvania and nearby hennery
killer trade wa practically lifeless. One white, blithe; heirheiy browns, 3S(j.4ic;
packer made bids at prices that wera i hennery gathered browns and mixed col-
aooui steaoy wun inursaays average, ors. 303So.
and some hog were aold on this baal
but other killer buyers continued to lsy
out and after such orders as were In sight
were filled there were some twenty-live
or more load In first hands, many of
which had not even attracted a bid.
Moat of tho,alilpper saler .aimed ut $7 50
47.6U, while a load ol real good light
reached $7.70, top for the day, aad the
best prle that ha been paid for nearly a
Later on In the forenoon buyer picked
up a part of these at price thai war
POULTRY Dreesed, quiet; weatern
roasting chickens. 14&17c; fresh fowls,
U17c; frozen, turkeys, 17$ 22c
I-OULTKi: Live, firm: western chick
ens, llijltc; fowl, 13o 16c; turkey. UP
LIVERPOOL. Nov. . COTTON-Spot.
In fair demand: American, middling, fair,
S.TOd: aood middling. 4. tod; middling, 4.64d:
low middling. 4lWd; good ordinary, 114:
around 5e to 10c and In moat cases nearly i ordinary. I.Md. Sale. 6.0U0 bale. Spot
lue lower than yesterday average, most I galea made late yesterday wera 7.600
of these last sale being mad at $7.2os
7 30. Even at these figure they failed
to make a clearance and at noon there
were tlll ontelhing like ten load In
first hands, with no on trying very hard
to buy them. Bulk of the killing hogs
old at 7.2Ve7 40, putting the bulk of all
the sales at $7 Owing; to tha ex
treme unevenneaa of the trade. It 1 dif
ficult to compare the general market
for two day, but from all indication
today's average I slightly higher.
With no market at all in Chicago dur
ing tha next nine or ten days, the trend
of the river market depends almost an.
tlrely en the (hipping demand. With lib
eral shipping order price ought to hold
firm ami possibly advance a little, but
If tbe packers are given a free hand
they will undoubtedly pound the market
Yesterday's advanc was considered en
tlre'y unwarranted by the klllrra, and
their bearish attitude was. well 111 us
traled today, when they hesitated clean
ing up a moderate Supply even at lower
Supplies amounted to eighty-seven car
or 6,40o head, but fifteen double deik
balea. The Cotton exchange will open at
11 a. m. until further notice.
LONDON, Nov. S-At the wool auction
(ale yesterday 6,200 bales were offered
and readily sold at price in sellers'
favor. SUpes were more dfflleult to buy
and they sdvanced 10 per cent. Inferior
merinos sold a shade over the opening
rate and New Zealand croaa-broda re
al! ed l6d.
Ifew York Moaey Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. S. MERCANTILE!
PAPER h6Vaj per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm; lxtv
day bill. $4 87; for cable. $4.91; for de
mand, $4 9036.
Dry Good Mark.
NEW YORK. Nov. 6 -DRY OOODS
Cotton good steady; yarn firmer; car
pet wool slrongri ; raw silk steady;
dress good quiet
of the year. . j,
More record breaking price distin
guished today' mark.it. due to the fact
that fat lambs soared un to $9.10, against
a top ll Friday of $s 00. and an SX00
top or November of lust year. Most of
the lambs this morning moved at $.50H
.(). with the long string at the latter
price. Some fat ewes snot tip to $6.86,
against a $4. top last year at thts time.
The biggest week's advance In soma .
time has teen made this week, with tho
week closing safely 7f.cflll.0O higher than
the close of the previous wek and around,
fiOrtOOc higher on aged sheep, principally
fat ewee. The sharp urturn la attributed
to the marked falling off of the receipt,
not only here but all market points aa
well as to the conditions brought about
at Chlcaao, due to th outbreak of foot
end mouth diseaae.
The feeder iniation show no material
rhajtg from the close of last week,
though 11 is thought If any great number
of feeders should show up In all prob
ability values would have an easier and
lower tendency. During the for part of
the week receipts of feeder were very
fair with trade fairly active and th best
feeding lambs selling around $6 50017.60.
Feeding ewe aold mainly at S3.SJt94.15.
Owing to the marked carclty of feeder
of all kind at the week' close little busi
ness has been transacted.
yi'instlons on sheep and lamb: Lnmb.
good to choice, $x.i)W9.10; lamb, fair to
good. S4.20ir.f; feeders, good to choice.
$0 S0rfi7.00; feeders, fair to good. $t tVf6 60;
rearllngs, good to choice. S7.3.V87.60; year
lings, fair to good. $7,0077.35; yearlings,
feeders, $&.4Ofi.90; wethers, good to
choice, $6.607t1.7S: wethers, fair to good,
$tl.2Rflt;.50; wethers, feler. $4.304. R6;
ewes, good to rhofea, $5.60(68.85; ewes,
fair to good, $0.1'tJM; ewes, feeder,
CHICAGO LIVES STOCK MARKETT '-2
Generally Steady Hogs
CHTCAOO Nov. fl. CATTLE -Receipt.
3,000 head; genera 11 v steady; bevea, $6.25
11. 00; steer. tC . fiOt rf . : cow and heif
ers, $3.)i9.t; calves S7.8OitfU.00.
HOOS Receipts, 22.000 head; market 15
rJT.c lower; bulk of sales. $7.2Mr7.i; llaht.
r.l0tr7.00: mixed, $7.1Me7.7C; heavy, $7.054
70; roinrh. 17.06ir7.2p; pigs, $1 to S3 lower
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 21.000
head; mnrket steady to 10c higher; hep,
$r..7Mnl.O0; yearling, $6.7&tr7.7t; lamb.
Kaaaaa Cltr Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 6. CATTLE Re
ceipt, 15.000 head; market weak; prima
fed steer. $IO.0OfYH .00; dressed beef
steer. Js.00tfT9.76; western steer. $7.00j)
9.50; Blocker and feer. Sfi.754fg.00; bull,
$5.tuti.75; calve, $6 6Oi.l0.6O.
HOGS Receipt, 10.0K) head; market
lower; bulk of sales, $184.108.40.206; heavy,
17.45ti7.76; packer and butcher. $7.35(9
7.S0; light, $7.10tf7.60; pig. $S.2V?r7.15.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 18.000
head: market higher; lambs, Is.OOfu 9 25 :
yearlings, 1 7f8H.76; wether, $6.506.60;
Bt. Lnnl Live Stock Market.
BT. LOUIS. Mo.. Nov. 6.-CATTLE-Rocelpta,
1,100 head: market stredy; na
tive beef steers, $7.75(0 10.75; cows and
heifers, "JC.OOfio.Sb; (tocker and feeder,
$5.507y7.50: southern steers. $5,70'47.7i;
rows and hotter, $4 0096.00; native calve.
HOGS Receipt. 6.000 head; market
higher; pig and light, S6.5o-7.60; mixed
and butcher, $7.X7.76; good ha,vy, $7.56
BHEHP AND LAMDS Receipt. 600
head; market higher; mutton, $4.006.5t);
fllona City Lie Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, Nov. . CATTLE Re
ceipts, 600 head; market steady; native
steers, $7.0o4itt.90: butchers, t5.XiHS.60;
can nor, 14.2fb"6.60: calve, Srt.lWff 10.00;
bull, stag, eto., 8o.2g.2&.
HOGS Receipts, 4.5(10 head; heavy, $7.26
(7.30; mixed, 17.; light $7. 15417.25; bulk
of tales, $7.16r7.20.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Reeelpta 2.300
headt market steady; ewe. $3.6o2i'a.6i;
New York uenerai nsrxet.
NEW YORK, Nor. .-f"UaAR Raw.
steady; molasse. .s7c; centrifugal. 1.520;
irflned, quiet 40 point lower; cut loaf,
8.90c; crushed. 6.80c; mould A. 6.55c; cubes,
6.25c; XXXX powdered, 8.15e; powdered,
5. 10c; fine granulated 6c; diamond A, 5c;
confectioner' A. 4.90c: No. 1, .75o.
BUTTER Strong; receipt. 4.99e tuba;
creamery extras, S5c: creamery, 3V;
firsts. 30J34c; secono. sestc; pack
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