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.OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
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W. H. Gates
47 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. D. 124.
MODERN house. 10-r.. steam heat. 303 5!
2th ft., corner Farnnm. Repairs to suit
tenant, Epeclnl terms, Phcparn, W. 2Rl2o
7-ROOM brick house. 2712 Jackson,
quire 401 City Nat- Eank.
13 N. 21ST 5 rooms. $18. R. 6M1.
8-RCOM modern house, $M, 819 So. tith
Ave. Call Harne y 41 81 .
t-R. modern cottage. Slo N. S7th Ave.
6-R. house, mod., 4508 N. JSth Ave. W. 804.
Large van, S men tl.tS per hr. : dray. J
men, P per hr. 1713 Webster. Doug. 149.
JC DJ Exp. Co.. movln
8-R., modern except beat. Web. SSfcfl.
Stores, moves, packs, ships; S-horse vin
ard 2 mim. (1.2a par hr. ; storage $2 por
tfO. Satlnfactouy guar. D. & Ty. 230.
Half block to car. 5 looms, and bath,
modern but heat. In fine condition; tins
lot. Phone Red 64S3. i
IK you want strictly movers noma, 8
room. never betora rented, cull Harney
23 6. Low rent to right tenant. Twenty Oct 30. 7 K
minuwi waia iruni cny nan. -
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HOGS AYERAGE ABOUT STEADY
Fat Vearll Qaarter to Thirty
Fire Ceata Higher Fat Weth
er, Kvrrs aaa Ualm Strongr
to Ten Ceat lllaher.
8.IWJ ?4 :si
SOUTH OMAHA, Nor. 10. 10li
Receipts were: Caitle. Hogi Sheep.
Official Monday 6.218 24.M4
Estimate Tuesday 4.M0 4,00 10,000
Two days this week.. 10.718
Pam days last week. .11,48
Same 2 weeks ago 13.253
Same 8 weeks ago 54,215
Same 4 weeks ago 2I.SN4
Sam days last year... 14,973
'lhe following tabic hum the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the Houih
Jmal.a live stock market for the year to
date, as compared with las' year:
1314. 1S1 2. Dec.
Cattle 810,3X9 841,747 82.408
1.955.767 2.1S4,SX 249,tHt
hep 2.811.4S4 2.871, gS 60.8M
The following shows the average price
for hosts t.t the SuUth Omaha live stock
market for the last few days, with corn
Date, I iii4. um3.im2..iu.iiit.m.iiioa.
1 H S 7 60! 8 4S I 8 44. 7 52 5 43
2f I 7 0it 7 571 8 K! lO1 7 63 ' 5 4!
24. It M 17 Ml 1 1.11 a ?l an) I 8 41
k1'- St Z MI 1 67 1 4 241 8 47 7 66
Oct 27.18 98 7t ly 8 38 7 54 8 80
Oct 28 . 7 09V4I J Si 8 01 6 i 8 .( 7 oi'l 5 61
Oct 2. 7 064 t 741 7 7 Iil3756)
4-ROOM cottage, moder:r except furnace.
709 8. 37th St.. 820. Phone Harnev 371.
ROOMS, strictly modern, sun room,
newly decorated and garae. oil 4 Wool
worth. Inquire 31W Woolworth. Phono
Fidelity Storage Co.
Storage, moving-, packing and shipping.
If'th & Jackson Pts. phone Douglna 2hS.
STEAM heat, all modern. 7-room houso;
also 4-room flat. 220 No. 23d.
MODrRN f-roimi liouo-., a th Ave.,
Vacant November 5. Inquire T. J.
O'Brien. Phone Hartley 10 ar Duug. 1218.
We have a complete list of all nouses,
apartments and flats that are for rent
This list can be seen free of charge at
Omaha Van A Storaae Co.. u8 8. loth St,
EXCHANOE tent. 7 rooms, modern house,
Hanscoln Park district, for alterations.
Uct. 31. 7 11 7 71 7 66 8 1 8 01k
- I I i w
Nov. 5. 7 8 271 8 251 I 5 811 8 19
Nov. . 7 SK'ii 7 61 7 73l 6 181 17 70
Nov. 7. 7 341 7 3i 7 791 6 141 7 901
Nov. 8.1 1 7 ar.l 7 ui K uxi K ait 7 781
Nov. .7E1 7 77 8 121 7 80 7 791 S 65
Nov- 101 7 73! 6 21 7 96 j 7 73 6 58
cAttUK Ilecelpts of cattld this morn
ing were only moderate for a Tuesday,
7 cars all told being reported In. This
leaves the total for the two days this
week at 10,718 head, the smallest of an
recent week, and smaller than a year
ago by over 4,000 head. One reason foi
the moderate receipts may be due to the
holding back In the country of feed
ers, which are In very , poor demand
at the present time. Thus the actus, re
ceipts of cattle are limited very largely
to killing stock.
Desirable beef steers that Just hsp
pened to appeal to buyers were steady
this morning and sold .with ressonaoie
freedom. On the other hand all beef
CHttie were slow and hard to move, with
the feeling a little lower If anything. No.
Stockmen who were expecting a mosti
urgent demand for beef cattle on ac-
count of the closing of the Chicago yards JJ
have thus far been disappointed, as the
demand has been little if any more than JJ"
normal. This may be accounted for In e!
part by the enormous receipts at Kansas 57
1 liy yesterday, that market having been,
swamped with killers. ' i.
Cows and heifers were In fair demand 18.
at prices not materially different from .
yesterday, and the greater part of the
offerings of butcher stock changed hands
In reasonable season.
The supply of feeders and stock cattle
was very limited, but no more so than
the demand. The quarantine established
by the local authorities In many of the
western states has limited the territory
to which shipments of feeders can be
made, so that the demand is consequently
restricted. There was a little buying
this morning, and the prices paid were
possibly in spots a little stronger than
yesterday, but it was limited largely to
filling of orders. In other words, there
was almost no speculative buying of
either stockers or reeders.
yuotatlons on Cattle: Good to cholo
cornied beeves, 9.004pl0.60; fair to good
cornfed beeves, 8.0ua.4.u0; common to lair
cornfed beeves, 6.7548.00; good to choice
range beeves, I7.4t8.o0; fair to good range
beeves, 867urg7.40; common to fair range
beeves, 86.00vti.75; good to choice grass
ho.fers. t tunny 7.00; good to choice grass
cows, 85.75&S.60; fair to good grades, to.30
4jo 75; commut. to fair grades, 84.tM5tt.U0;
prlnio feeders, 88 00(8.J; good to choice
stockers and feeders. 7.2vU7.86; far to
good stockers and feeders, $t.tXte7.2i); com
mon to fair stockers and leeuera, fj.sottf
6. CO; stock heiters, 80.75(8.00; stork cows.
84-5O6.50; stock calves, 8s.6O13r7.6O; veal
calves. 7.&J'410.00 bulls, stags, etc., 14.75
ifti.75. ' ,
Ns. ' At. Pr. Ns. At. Pr.
1 1130 8 40 II UJ0 1
nans 1 so to tm it
7 6S 8 IS
2. 7 10S
8. ? " 7 ti' I 101 8 09
4.1 7 JIVal 7 611 7 81; 8 13! r,
I il Ml I SI
t 76 10 7 SI
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8 ROOMS, fine condition. 1717 Webster St.
..Stores Bail Offices.
The Bee Building
(THE BUILDING THAT 13 ALWAYS
.Farnam St., 17th St., and on Court
(Prices from $10.00 to $60.00.)
Ask for the Superintendent, Room 103
DESK rom In desirable
Bldg. Red 3--".
WANTED TO KENT
WANTED TO RENT A. farm on shares
with everything furnished. Address C
Coppock, Florepi'. Neb. .
FARM St HAM11I LA A US FOB SALE
BARGAIN 320-acre improved farm, 20
miles from Minneapolis; on good grayei
Vroau; lay loved; about 120 acres under
cultivation, balance used tor pasture!
some tine meadow lanui can practically
svil be put undar cultivation; buildings
consut ol 8-rootu house, bam. granary,
corn ciibs, macLia-sived.. wovdmul, etc;
good apple orchard. , Price 830 per acie;
one-bull cash, reasonable torm on bal
ance. Adjoiuiug farm held at double this
pr.ee. ttcawao Bios.. 10JI Plymouth Bldg.,
IS DOWN, $5 montuiy, buys 40 acres
grln, irult, pounry land, near- town;
pilce $320; lo monthly buys W) acres.
W rite lor l.st of cuaap and. Box M4,
Cartnaue. Mo. - ' '
.ISIS 8 M
rt M ....
i m 1 7 i
171 Tl 1 1 1 M
I Ht 10 00
3 st. rv..lu 7
18 cows .... HM 6 M
16 St. llvs... i 8 0
i . teeta...13iti 7 4t
46 he.fera..li,9 7 00
64 H his... 914 8 70
trows 11 Ui .17 st ewe.... 1084 1 M
U '"WB WU 8 86
ti torts . 8 s
lti cos 91M 4 78
UH) steers.... KWl 7 15
12 hfM.ers ,.l'i T w
It st. rows.,PM 6 76
14 leedi rs.. M 8 40
7 steers. ...1071 7f
8 txWit 0. H 7 n
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET T&X Jrr ,n
Neaily Three Million Baahrli of
Wheat to Importing; Countries.
ALL GRAINS SHOW LOSSES
Cora aad Oat Follow W heat In Da
rllae from Higher Level In
ler Freaanrr of Bearish
OMAHA. Nov. 10, 1914.
Nearly J.iW.000 bu. of rash wheat were
sold to Importing roiintrle direct or to
thrlr stents veslenlav. Thru. !. In.
7 steers!!! ilOli T5 ; -,"l' lh, nh't taken at the Atfantlc
13 steers.,.. 1167 8 en 'IT , w" ,n xn" ""In, and
9iJ 7 i 1l iee.ieis,, MI7 40 . '"7 or ,," buslnrs was trans-
878 6 78 83 steers.... 1100 7 I ''ran in Tari-
COIiORAIMJ ous markets of thetTnted Htates.
789 4 S 10 cows 87 8 09 1 j " ht. "howed losses of SHc yester-
m 8 In 88 rows .- lo i r .1 WC . . ln resting sits were c
7 8 ) 12 bulls 1127 6 80 PrlowK th hihest levels, they were MJt
nu, m oa I TkC above the lnwost rrbe nf the nav.
v urn w as on aro vesiernsv: ins ex-
OMAIIA iF.JKIt.l. MARKKT.
Pl'TTKR-No. I. 1-lb cartons, 82c; No.
1, SOtu. tut. 31p
t HKKSK Imptirted Fwlsa, S8c; Amer
ican sw.ss. 3Sc; bUvk Swiss, tic: twins,
ln ; daisies. lrtc; triplets, lit"C; Young
Amerras 1SV: blue label brick. 17c; lltn
buraer. 4-b., av; -llv. 20c; New York
white, litc; Importiil Trench Kmiuetort,
r 1814 Trout. 14o; large rrapplea. 15c;
fslnion, 8v.c; halibut, II ,r; clinnel cat
fish. 12r; like, Mc; pickerel. 10.-.
l-Ofl.TRY-Broilers. ll'; spring rhlck
ens, lie; hens, imllc; cocka sc; ducks,
Hk grese, c; turKevs, Hie pigeons, per
toi.,'Hic; du ks. full feathered, I'V; geee,
full featherr'1, 8c; squsts. No. 1. 81.6V1; No.
'Market quotations furnished by Glllnskl
MlRCKiLA.l:ori Shelled popcorn:
Per lb., 4c. Almonds: Per lb., SMr. Cracker
tack: Per ?s., per half rs , $1.76.
Dates: Dromedary, per c , $3.0o; sugar
walnut, per bos. $1.40. t.lines: Per us.,
$1.i6. Checkers: lr r., $3.60; per half rs ,
1 76. Honey: Per cs.. $8.60. Klgs: 13 OS.. 860.
Cider: Per ke. $3.00: per bbl., $6,tiO.
Cocoanuts: I'rr sack, $4.0; per dot., 7c
f HI' I I .ranges: Kxlta Kancy valen-
m Hupplles remained molerate,
something like sixty-nine cars, or 4,t)0
head being rece.ved. The two days"
total of 8.KK3 head Is neanv 1.000 larger
than last week, but Is 6,6"0 bead smaller
man a year ago
Pr.. and ueneiui u.u k.ale in toe
union;' svLtlers wanted; lands for sale at
low prices, on easy terms. Ass. for book
let 84 on Wisconsin Central J-and Grant
otata acres W,W' fi. lands ' Buv 7-room. strictly modern. Mth and
graiiug lands. If interested in Iiyit lands, JollB.. ,outh front: Towner nonrcaident:
took the hardest kind of work to gel
things upon a steady basis, riellers held
out for Monday's prices and when the
big bulk of the supply finally moved
values were steady, or very nearly so,
putting the average trade on a rather
uneven, b-it generally steady basta.
Movement was far from l.vely at any
time, but a pretty fair clearance was
made In good season. Bulk of the sup
ply moved at $7.4ttif7.t. with tops at 7.7fc
This figure Is a nickel better than yes
terday's top, but this was due more to
the difference In quality than to anv Im
provement In the trade. Pigs were In
fair supply, and while most buyers failed
to take much Interest In them, prices re
mained about the same as on Monday,
The market this wek has been a most
uncertain proposition. Monday's run
was so light that shippers were able to
take nearly the whole supply, and this
fset ws largely responsible for the 16o
advance recorded. Today with a larger
run values held firm and no more, so
that for the two days the market shows
a gain of anywhere from a dlnin to as
much as 20c. Considering- the fact that
the supply has been so very moderate, the
quality has been remarkably good, and
this accounts In a measure for the abil
ity of shippers to compete with the pack
ers on nearly everything that shows up.
Representative sales: .
CHURCHILL TALKS OF THE NAVY
First lrd of Aaaalrmlty Assessrei
Fleet la Mevtrr Hhapo Now
Than War Groat War
LONDON. Nov. 10. -Scenes of extraor
dinary enthusiasm were witnessed at the
Guild hall tonight at the Inaugural ban
quet of the new lord mayor of London,
Sir Charles Johnston, Who succeeds 81r
Thomas V. Bowater. Added Interest at
tached to the gathering by reason of the
special circumstances of the times and
th hiwanra nf t fc. - r. vl n ,1 -1 K.I.UI...
Oats were t4Hc tower, matnlv In svm-F a u '.i... fitMi, t... inniu. trvi ' the crown responsible for the conduct of
Ef '.hy iWl,,hih0 0,b"! r,n"; b,1,th" ,"ok Fancy Grimes Golden. $1.75 per box; i vhe war and the diplomatic) representa
tives of the allied nations.
Guild hall has been the scene of many
civil and national functions In the last
800 years, hut there has lean none, which
so strongly appealed to the popular Imag
ination. The guests, who numbered 1.000
h S?,:, ?nTth. ami flnam.er.. enlerad the clvlo
ui. fr buying by that section. Haluwlna. 82.7o per barrel. Pears: Call- I headquarters of London between two lines
mo? !iniMLr'.r?e..h J'Jlt JheP v" foriila Clargious. $i.-B per box; Kxtra 1 of khakKlad riflemen.
"P'" ,m't ,r,d0' Kancy U Anjous. $2.50 Mr box; Grapes; , roeiea1 nl.k l k,.n
hL:.".. 'TTI- , , California Emptors, tftVi per brrel;al- 4. l'
17 steers.... 104 7 40 I cellent weather for curing, husking and
CAVA11A. I moving this grain were the pr nclpal I e.e. tla. 113a and .'.'8a. 83 76 ner box: Red
SS heifers... 1180 7 60 134 steera...l2 1& i JVT"! .5 nWl. It is generally expected ; R,U Valeiv iss, $3 60 per box. lemons:
w.i me inuvrmeni oi corn win oa on a Fancy 8.0s, .., M-.60 r box; choice Red
""'' . I Man. swia. .Mia. tf tw net Box. tlranrrult
STILL MORE MEN
Commander of British Forces Sayi
H Will Keep on Wanting Sol
diers Till Foe Crushed. v
!r of f?"h t.rd w"-," alnst the price, Kancy Wash.ngton Grimes." $1.60 per box;
"VLhM .,rn"c.t'0'." only 1,0,000 bu. Kxtra Fancy Washington Jonathans. $l m)
v in oniy a r air tnurplv. tratjA OPnti nifthpfi with all that t h v rs mh ah. . . . .
weV'raJrltarge'eadrt VJfiv. Sn" by h". 'VfT " "W -M JtS P l"x;' Colorado onatnalXS:!
were as much as a dime lower snd It and those with western connections pur- iVuYa. ti i T.t ho." oreaon Wmiir hIL
..IjI Vi nanas. 81.7a per box; Kxra f ancy wash
Z" u."n,a". 10 ,ow'r' Ifom.a Emperors, per crate: Mala
OearamS e: '"Vhoat and flour I f' K"' Jn-n.: .r bunch. $1.7,
VLtJ'Xx'TU,'tl!L,n,. In.ni VEGETABLES Caulllflower: Per crate,
J.Kr?.1- k1 "T.,P ",re i.!1 I 50- Cabbage: Per pound. . lc. Cucnm-
shipments of KU.uuO bushels Inst year.
gan. 360 doien; Lenver, JumlH), 7o dosin.
r ,Vv . ini ( i h ! peppers: liashei, oc. lomaioea: nasaet.
.1 a ki , V iLi v k i , i I ,1K, tettuco: until, nosen, utictjJi.su; leat.
LiiT u i ""7,n:,"""T'iii, 4t. iiorseraaisn: per, cs., 315.
At. 8h. I'r.
.,.348 130 7 38
...31 It 18
...871 7 40
...1 300 7 40
...m sm 7
...376 IvO 7 4
...M4 .. 7 10
.-.IM 40 7 60
Na At. Sh. Pr.
74 MO .. 7 88
" -..13 .. 7 6B
? Ml 40 7 0
6 17 10 7 SO
T 1S7 .. J 6,
I' 3 80 7 H
71 124 .. 7 78
receipts of 437,000 bushels and shipments
or 3k;,ouo bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1,180,000
bushels and shipments 785,000 bushels,
against receipts of 4N1,oti0 bushels and
shipments of 741.000 bushels last year.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago M &V4 440
Duluth , 417
Omaha 73 6 15
Kansas City S98 11 18
St. Louis 12S M 34
These sales were reported today:
Wheat: No. t hard w'nter, 3 cars, 3108;
1 car, $1.074. No. 8 hsrd winter, 3 csrs,
$1.07H: 6 cars. $1.07- 7 cars. tl.OSH. No. 4
hard winter. 1 ear. 81.0B: 8 cars 81.08. No.
8 mixed, 1 car, $1.06. No. 4 spring, 1 car.
On.ona: Shallots, per dosen, Coc; yellow,
per pound, 3 He; red, per pound, ltyo. Gar
ilo: lta-ian, ale; Had she ; Per doann, 60c.
Potatoes: Idaho, per bushel, 70c; Red
Klver Ohios, two per bushel; Minnesota
Whites, fiOc per bushel. Hweet Potatoes:
Per barrol, $3.00; per hamper, $1.7k
Squash: Per lb., lite
N I'TS No. I Cuiiiornla walnuts, per
lb., 19c. FllberUi: per lb , 16c; long Napiaa,
per lb., 18c. Pecans: Per lb., UiVjO; Jumbo,
per lb., 18c.
Kansas City l.lro Stook Market.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 10 CATTI.K
Receipts, 17,oflt head;, market, steady,
closed strong to 10c higher; prime fed
steel s, HO.Wk11.iiO; dressed beef steers,
a8.lHXufl.76; western steers. $7.00rulu.00;
stockers and feeders, V-uU(U7.7ri; bulls, $6.00
...1IW t ..
RVKL ESTATE WEST SIDE
ask for booklet ou Apple Orchards lu
Wisconsin. Address Land Lpt. boo
Line tiy.. .Mlnueapoiia. Minn.
WANTED TO BUY 1 want to buy about
a i,&0o-acre ranch; must be good eras
ing and. suitable for raising hay, timo
thy, clover and alfalfa ana have fan? Im
provements. Answer must describe land
and come direct from owner. Address x
FARMS FOR RENT
FARM FOR RENT 0 acres, 4 m.les
norm ut Florence; 6 acies .in altaifa.
Win rent for 8 or 6 years. Call Wainut
REAL ESTATE. LOANS.
Jones: south front; owner nonresident;
wants quick sale. This is positively a real
snap for soma one.
0 'NEIL'S REAL ESTATE &
1306 Farnam St. Tel. Tyler 1024.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
SOUTH SIDE BUNGALOW
---ill ..8&S a,
....113 .. 8 31 83..
-IM ..8 38
SHhik,p The packers were liberal buy
ers of Bheop and lambs again this morn
ing, and while no tat lambs sold over
yesterday's top. the sorting In most cases
was a little lighter and yesterdav's top
was a more popular price today. Value
were generally regarded at least steady
to a dime higher. Lambs sold all the
way from 8S.60 to $9.80 for the most of
them. As was tho case on Monday the
packers cut into the feeder supply, and
If some of the sales of this class were
taken Into account lambs showed more
advance than wss generally quoted. The
bulk of the offerings consisted of fed
The most interest seemed to center In
the aged sheep today, especially was this
the case with fat yearlings. Two double
deck of fed yearlings sosred up to 8S.00.
the highest November price ever paid on
li.15 i,,,"I'ket'.?r'08" on yerllngs were 2.VW
3oc higher than yesterday. Ewes and
wethers were In very fair demand and
quotnbly steady to strong. A good sup
ply of ewes was on hand today and more
days0"1 Wer " "lht :han-m everal
There was a little demand for all kinds
of feeder sheep and lambs, but very few
feeder lambs were to be had, while
feeder ewes were In fair supply. On
Monday's market the bulk of the feeder
lambs moved at 8.507.10, and most of
what few feeder ewes were available at
$4.4.30 some going to the emmtry It
$4.u0 but these carried a little flesh
fT"meMt0nd".yy.Wa.Uttle ry 'rnt
The receipts were about the same aaa
week ago. both as to slxe and quality
but less than half the run of two weeks
ago and a year ago. At present no fed
stuff Is coming from Iowa on account of
the quarantine, thus making Nebrsska
and the western range about thei only
source of supply. )
Quota ttora on sheen and lambs: lamh
good to choice, 39 0011.30; lambs, fair to
roo-4 $860 9 00; feeders, good to choice
6 fl07.10; feeders, fair" to good, w
yearllnfs, fair to good, $7 257.60; year-
81 Vi- i ' i, ii in- i ''v, ,!: calves. tK.60(j10.ii.
31 02. 1 car. $100; 1 car. I1V. No. J "iiiinn-n.,.!,,!. :iii
durum. cars, $1 11. Rejected. 1 ear, 31.00.
io graae, i car, wc; i cars, wc ttve:
No. S. 1 car, 9fV No. 4. 1 car. 96V4c. No
grade. 1 enr, 924c. Corn: No. 3 white. 1
car, 68c. No. 3 yellow. 1 car, 67He, No.
8 yellow, 1 car (new), 67c. No. 4 yellow,
1 car. 65l4e. No. 8 vellow, 1 car, 664c.
No. 8 mixed. 1 car, 69Vic; 1 car (new).
6fio. No. 6 mixed, 1 car, 84e. No. 8
mixed, 1 car (new). 64c. Oats: Standard,
8 cars. 464c. No. 3 white. 5 cars. 45V;o.
No. 4 white, 1 car. 45c; 3 cars, 44-ic. No
grade 2 cars 44'4c; J car. 44c.
Omaha Cash Price Wheat : No. 2 hard
tl.mwmi.08V.: No 8 hard, tl.Aftdrl.OTVfr: No!
4 hard. Sl.0Oftl.O8: No. 1 rnirlnr 11 njH
l.OTH; No. t spring. tl.0R61.08H; No. 4
ilOGS Receliits, 33.UOO head: market
lower; bulk, J7.30im.8ii; heavy, $7.6oti7.86;
packers and butchers. $7.607.1)6; light,
7.('iR'7.90; pigs, 8.&(Kb7.oO.
KHEEP AND LA Ai 118 Receipts. U.00O
head: market higher; lambs, $x.Vii7.1!6;
yearlings, S.0iitj.7.w; wethers, $6.6H4)).60;
Xloox City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, Nov. lO.-CATTIJS-Re-celpts,
400 head: market 10c to 30c higher;
native steers, 3ft.7iVjtlO.UO; butchers, ifi.iM)
8.80; ranners, $4.0txfi6.0il; stockers and feed
ers, STiiKijti.7t; calves, $7Jtfl,5o; bulls,
stags, etc., ti.tuipti.uu.
As each dignitary entered the reception
hall he was greeted with rounds of cheers,
but the real outbursts were reserved for
Premier Asqulth. Earl Kitchener, secre
tary for wsr; Winston Spencer Churchill,
first lord of the admiralty; the Japanese,
Russian and French ambassadors, the
Helglan minister and tho commander of
the Canadian contingent.
As these entered the hall, which was
deoorated with tho flags and coat of
arms of the allied nations, the enthusiasm
rose to a high pitch, tho entire assembly
rising to welcome thorn. Tho military
men. Including Lord Kitchener, wore
service uniforms of khaki: tho ambassa
dors and other d'ploraats were In tho bril
liant uniforms of their rank.
Confldeat of Sarreaa.
, Confidence in tho ultimate success of
the allied arms was expressed by Earl
Kitchener, who pointed out the great
Issue at stake, tho advantages possessed
by the allies In men and material and in
"that wonderful spirit which has never
understood the mean'ng of defeat"
Lord Kitchener prtlsed the territorials,
part'cularly the London. Scottish and the
East Indians; apoko of tho admiration of
tho British troops for "the glorious
French army," and said:
"Under tho direction of General Joffre,
who Is not only a great mll'tary leader,
but a great man, wo may confidently rely
on the ultimate success of the allied
forces In tho western theater of the war."
Praise (or Alt. .
He praised tho brilliant leadership of
millet lUt-nlnli t AlYl 14- v.,nlrA 1A
spring. Blcj1.04H; No. 3 durum, $l.ivs I (filoc higher; heavy. $7.36fl7.46;'mid. $7 80 i Ormni Duke Nicholas and also "the avion
" niirum. .i.jvij i.n. corn: no. 'r..o; ngnt, au; bulk . of sales, $7-30 ia aeeaa or the gallant Belgian army"
1 white, 68SI70c: No. I white, 674i9,e: i 7.40. i an. I Ih. ,.i.nlru ,i, fr,-..
No. 3 white. Kmic; No. 4 wh'te sni SHEEP AND LAM BS-Keoalpta, , 1,000 It , ' . ' W6'
wWHc; No. t white. 54fl7Vtc; No. 6 head Tno market. 'P"1' ' l uuu Continuing, Lord Kitchener said:
i . ' i i .urtusii v4fiHii iww iiKiiuna
No. S yellbw. 7Hf70He; No. 3 yellow 87
ft70c; No. 4 yellow, 650Sc: No 6 yel-
I ngs. '''. K.05.: wethers, good to receipts continued heavy and stop loss
Dry Goods Market.
low. B667VC: No. 8 yellow. 84U(BtV- ln NEW YORK, Nov. i 10.-COTTON
1 mixed. 79e: No. S mixed. OWtW-c- YARNS Qulot,; cotton gooda steady;
No. 3 mixed, Vf!9He- No. 4 mixed 6ft silks howed no change; men's wear ma--.
8Sc; No. 6 mixed, 84"tfr7Hc: No. 6 mixed kots, dull; underwear and hosiery, quiet,
64ff67c. Oats: No. I white. 45f4c; stand- . '
ard, 46Hft46V,e; No. 8 white 46fT4r.v,c.; No. BTanorated Apple nl Dried Frails
4 white, 448.0 jfic. Tey Malting. 4W NEW YORK, Nov. 10.-EVAPORATED
KHc; No. 2. 96HIS98C.
CHICAGO GRAIIT AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Tradlna; "d Cloalns;
Prloea Board nf Tradew
CHICAGO. Nov. 10. Difficult v In find
ing enoueh vessels to provide a sufficient
outlet ror exports rrom
depressing Influence tod
market here. Wheat i
firm at the close, were ItMH to lHo under
last night C"rn fin i e- V t
down, oats off H'ff'Hc to tc snd provi
sions varying from unchanged figures to
a rtecllro of 33Hc
Liquldntlng sales by discouraged holders
of T beat began at the outset and formed
the moot not cesble vesture o the rnsr'-e
until Just before the olose, when the low
price which had been reached temptid
exr-orte's It was said, to take hold with
a free hand. .
Advice that a fleet of nlnetv ves's
wa due to arrive in th United States
from South American water with1" ve
next slxtv dva afforded no Immed'ate
neip to the bull, esneclal y -is
-h ice $6.50dT.76: wethere f.lr tZ
$6.26'6.60; wethers, feeders, $4 SV814 86-'
e e. woo ' t-vcholoe, $6 80; ewes, fslr to
gord. $&.25y5.fl0; ewes, feeders, t3.76a4.S0
Representative sales: '
No- Av. Price
188 Wyoming feeder lamha ks in
n, irt . . vj , ,,
01 1 vi ivmins mmu
1S5 Mot tana feeder lambs.
349 Montana feeder lambs
lis Montana lambs
CITY and larra loans, S, iH. t pur cent.
J. H. iiuiiiout & CU..10U4 t'ai'iiuiii, uuiaiia.
Just finished. 8 rooms and bath, living t-0 Montana lambs ...
room, dln.ng room, den and kitchen on 2)17 Montana lambs .
Hist floor, oak finish, full basement, fine 279 M
come, lot 6vxl3 , streut paved, close to 1 18 Montana lamb
ni nooi una i aiae nanoom para car
line. Wilt maae terms or take vacant lot
as first payment.
108 McCague Bldg.
Nine-room house In first-class eondl-
Wam 1, i,j-.,u T.in 11,,-ri iiuat 10 ( ana uain, -uoi 011 nouievara. incuin- JTi
WAiU-ity loans, ters hubi t..o. hranf, M Must move. Will sacrltice JXyotn n lambs
OaiAnA iiuiaes. .aai iSeuiasaa lanus. greater portion of equity and many othsr ,7l Wyoming lambs ..
2n0 Wyoming feeder ewes.....
119 Wyoming feeder ewes ...
88 Wyoming feeder ewes ...
4 4 Wyoming feeder owes ...
1K1 fed ewes
181 W.nm.ni au
Doug. IM. i 9 Utah ewes !.".'!,."!!!.'."
3i9 Utah lambs
tos I'tah feeder lambs
193 Utah feeder lambs
163 Utah feeder lambs
t 1 tan yeanlngs
AT I . -
O tk.ls.cx lei RKau bb'lAis. CO.,
1016 Oiiiaua tNaU. Uuugius 715.
GAKViN kSHVH "itiiN
ItAvttidoiS at MunTUiN, 9.11 cm. ,v all.
Vv 'll- f arm loans Kiuk luv.co. Omaha
WAM'UU-City toaus and wariaul. VV?
i allium Siiiith 6c Co., i&u Farnain.
C1TV piupariy. Lai go loans a specialty?
.v. 11. ihuinas, Us bum bain u.urf.
tluu to lo.out mauu promptly, k'. U. Wead,
veau tit uh, iQtli aim far, am .-ts.
MON1CY 011 band for city auid tariu loans.
H. -v. Winuer. City Natl, ttaua tiiug.
CITY LOANS. bml-ui lUirg CoT,
u 3iu-3l2 tiranuls 'theater Uidg.
residence liaraolns all s.ses auci pricea
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
t0 Omaha National Baak.
'Phoa Douglas 7399.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
SKK us tlrst ii you want a (arm loaav
Cmted bialea liust Co., Omaha, Neb.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
HERR Title Guarantee anu Abstract Co.,
a modem absuact otfue. Mb B. lilh bt
Piioiie jjoutilas 4oi.
RL-.10U Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
11c m Netuasaa. issl Hiandais Tuuaier. .
That You Can Still
Buy Dundee Lots
For $1,000 Each
On Easy Terms
See us about these before tby are all
sold. Located on paved street, city
water, sewer, cement sidewalks.
George & Company
Tel. D. 756. 902-12 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATti FOR EXCHANGE RKA ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
$7(W equity in S-room. all mod. cottage to . w.PH, A JfJIJhfiV0 A8"- .
excut,iTa tar aureaaa. iddnm 8 1S7 A wel' built. kULslsntial, 8-roura house,
Bea acreage- Address a 137, mIl moQern but beut oa paVed street, with
, paving all paid, and you can have it on a
I payment or uuu cash, balance only $3U
REAL ESTATE: NORTH SIDE
OWNER LEAVING OMAHA
. A bargain Will sell modern, 7-room
house, apifciidld location, KOUNTZE AD
LIT I ON. one block from car line: lut
60x140; also has grage. Will show yu
tit 0 C A d H-4 368.
BALANCE LIKE KENT.
S-room stuoro cottage; living room and
dining room finished In birds-eye inapie;
comb. nation light fixtures; .hot water
heat; lovely ' bath room, fine large cor
ner lot; good barn. cemnt walks, cement
cellar aud good ctotrrn.
THE VOGKL H KALTY AGtNCY.
1015-16 W. O. W. llldg . Douglas tu91 or
per month. Get settled now for the winter.
Doug. 1781. Ware B ock o
fARTY GOING TO LINCOLN TO LIVE.
Party owning a good homo In beet resi
dence district In Omaha on North Blvd.
Price. $11,600. Will lake a $3.jU0 to $4.'v)
Lincoln property In a gcod location. WtU
give a good deal for the right property.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Ware Block, Omaha. Neb.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
A H Oil 10 and Income for life. Our 10
and ?)-arre traits, payable only $5
monthly Willi no interest or taxes pro
vide both. Immediate .obsession If de
sired. For information aadrtii owner.
.. i) j
3 i' j
orders were In active operation. Higher
rabies bad little or no effect for the tlmsT
Increased arrivals of corn In' prospect
gave an advantage to the bear In thst
cereal. The weather favored shipping and
It was said that husking was generally
Oats suffered In price with other grain.
Nothing was heard about any export
hus'naa In oats.
Provis'ons averaged lower on account
DRIED FRU ITS Prunes firm. Apri
cots steady, ePaohes quiet. Kaistna steady.
NEW YORK, Nov. m-SUGAR-Raw,
firm; molasses, 3.38c; centrifugal, 4.01c;
n fined, steady.
ovlde a sufrlrient I . . T ,
laM wtfatiHog Cholera Virus
Z'T"- ..",th"".h I' -r . , -n .
lniectett witn ioot
And Mouth Bacteria
CHICAGO. Nov, 10. Hog cholera virus
manufactured at the Union Stock Yards
has been found to be Infected with germs
of the foot and mouth disease and two
plants making the remedy today were
closed by Dr. Samuel E. Bennett, "chief
of tho federal Inspectors In the district.
All tho virus on hand, worth about $30,000
was condemned. Seventy-five Inspectors
were detailed to visit all farms to which
the virus has been shipped since Octo
Suspicion that the serum was Infected
was aroused when the hoof and mouth
disease broke out in localities where no
cattle, sheep or hogs had been shipped
from the Union Stock Yards. Hogs were
of se'llng by packers and because of attacked In these localities and it waS
setbacks In the price of wheat and feed.
a rair improvement wa no ei, however,
In tho cash demand for meats.
Article1 Open.l Hl'.-h.i Low. I Close. I Yes'y
35a Wvom ni lamb
13 Wyoming feeder lambs....
234 Wvomlng feeder lambs..
28 Wyoming yearlings
loo f yoming lambs
286 Wyoming feeder lambs....
Kmni City Lire Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. W CATTLE Re
ceipts. 17.000 head: market steady; prime
fed steers, I10.00ijll.00; dTessed beef kteers
$ 0093.76: western steers, t7.C039.76; stix-k-ers
and feeders. U.Tl.H; bults. tL.WKuH.bi
HOGS Receipts, 32.000 head; msrket
stead ; bu k. $7.5vfr7.0; hesvy.j$7 8oj7.8o;
packers and butche s. 87.Ui4iJ.9u; light.
tT..Oia7 90; pigs. H &07.26.
SHEEP AND LAilUS-Recelpts, 14.0O0
head; market higher; lambs. $8 009 26;
yearllnns. $&0OG7.uD; wethers, $.6vvi.w;
ewes, $5.0034.00. '
St. Joaeoh Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Nov. 10-;ATTLE Re.
celpts. &6O0 head; market alow; steers,
$7.0041110.16; cows and heifers. t4.6Ou119.oo:
HOGS Reoe pis, 13.000 head; bidding
rHEEP AND LAMBS Reoelpts, 3,600
head: market steadv to weak; lambs.
St. Lnat Oralai Market.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 10. WHEAT No
2 hard, tl.07Hl 08,; No. 3 red, tl H"
1.08; lxcember. tl.074iei.07H: May, $1.144.
CORN No. 3 mixed. K'Vr. No t
white. 72VV873c; December, Uc; May.
OATii No. I whlU, 4747 Vic; No. 1
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 10. WHEAT Spot,
steady: No. 2 Manitoba, 8s9d; No. 3
6d; No. 3 western winter. SstHd. Fu
CORN Spot quiet; American mixed,
new, 7s. I. Plata futures, steady; De
cember, 6s8Hd; January, Cs 8Hd.
New Vark Mosey Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 10. MERCANTILE
PAPER-6i,fe. per oent
STERLING EXCHANGE Steady: sixty
day bills. $4.8760; for cables, 84.907&IH.91 ;
for dnmand. $4.0t4 isci. ,
Wheat I l
Deo.. 1 1fiH 1 17 1 V, 1 16H 1 17
May. 1 23H 1 24 1 2H 1 22 1 t3
Dec.. 694 R CS 88U ff
May. 72-H Wit 71 H 718 72H
Iiec 494 60 49 4H 49' "1
May. 63 63Ti 63 63'4 M!,
Jan.. 19 M 19 60 19 U 19 17H 19 60
May. 19 83H 19 S3H 19 19 67', 19 f&
Jan.. 10 87H 10 40 10 TV, 10 30 10 40
May 10 62H 10 47i 10 60 10 80
Jan.. 10 3JH 10 32H 10 17H 10 17H 10 36
May. 10 67H 10 67H 10 60 10 60 10 8T4
learned that they had been treated with
virus for cholera. A bacteriological ex
amination of virus proved the infection.
, su Chauffeur Confesses
for Its existence, I want every eltlsen
to understand this cardinal fact, for only
from a clear conception of the vast Im
portance of 4h Issue at stake can come)
the great national moral Impulse, wlth-j
out whleh tho government war ministers,
or even their navies ran do but little.
Ws have enormous advances In our
resources of men and material snd In
that wonderful spirit of ours which has
never understood iie meaning of defeat
All these are great assets, but they must
be used Judiciously and effectively.
Wants Still Mora Mrs,
"I have no complaint whatever to make
about tho response to my appeals for
men. The progress In the mllllsry train
ing of thoss who already have enl sted
Is most remarkable and the country may
well be proud of them, but I shall want
mors men and still more until the enemy
"Armies cannot he called together as
with tho magician's wand, and In the
process of formation there may have
keen discomforts and Inconveniences In
some cases even downright suffering. I
csnnot promise that these conditions will
wholly cease, but I can gl va you every
assurance that they have alreadr greatly
.11-1 vvr7iiuii mat sumin'
Istratlv energy can do to bring them to
an end assuredly will be done.
"The men who have eomo forward must
remember that they are enduring for
their country's sake Just as their com
rades are In the shell-torn trenches. The
Introduction of elaborate destructive me
ch'neiy with which our enemies had so
amply and carefully supplied themselves,
hss bsn the subject or much eulogy on
the part of military critics, but It must
b remembered that In tho matter of!
preparation those who fix beforehand 1
the date of a war have a considerable
advantage over their neighbors.
"So 'far as ws are concerned we are
clearly open to no similar suspicions.
This development of .armament h
I Cured Pino"
Old Sea Captain Cored Els Owt
Eupture After Doctors Said
"Operate cr Death."
BU Hsmsdy and Book Bant Free.
Captain Coiling railed the seas fot
many years ; then he sustained a bad
double rupture that soon forced him to
not only remain ashore, but kept him
bedridden for years. He tried doctor
after doctor and truss after truss. No
results 1 Finally, he wss assured that
he must either submit to a dangerous
and abhorrent operation or die. Ho did
eUaerl lis cured himself Instead.
,ir f.: : .. ... .i.; -i?vr
"Fellow Ma and Wornea, Ys Dont Hava
To De Cat Up, sad Yoa Don't Havo .
To Be Tortured By Traiees."
Captain Colling mads a study of
himself, of hi condition and at lt ho
wa rewarded by tho finding of the
method that so quickly mad htm a well,
strong, vigorous and happy man.
Anyone can use tho same method I
It's simple, easy, safe and Inexpensive,
Every ruptured Person In tho world
should have the Captain Colling book,
telling all about how he cured himself,
and Mow anyone may follow the same
treatment in their own home without
any trouble. The book and medlolno are
FKKR. The will be sent prepaid to
any rupture sufferer who will nil out
the below coupon. But send It right
away aaw before you put down this
rate nurrurte book ah a
Cant. W, A. Colling (Ino.l .
Box 73, Water town. N. Y.
Plena send me your FRH!1B Ruptnro
Remedy and Bonk without any obli
gation on my part whatever.
To nets1 customers en(y.
11: in '
HI A KIT
Expr$ Chargt PtdJ
Kyeo hars Haver trlsd Tfayser Whiskey,
-rr It aw, Mail as this sd with SO cents
la stamps or eolo and w will send yoa
full quart bottle of Hynr Privtt
Stack Btled-tn-lkmi Whiskey m sealed
case express ehanjraspaid. ltamEottU4-in-Bond
whiskey of th finest kind
sealed wit h the if, 8. Government's Gnwa
Stamp ever the cork fully aged, full
100S proof, full measure sun to pleas
yea iitevery way. Ym take ao chances
we are one of th largest DistUlsrs ia
America bn Id business 48 yean
capital 8600.000.00. OrtUr right ww
ordar mtnrt thaa on quart if yoa likew
goads will g forward by first express,
Ordtte IVsss N. Ms., tsle., ST 9., stowt,
n1 all sut WmI thanof wiilit aail tt
tMW for a gnart ei.g said. . 88-81
Addrmt ear nmmtl u)U
THE HATH ER DI3TIUJNGC0.Dyt I OS
PirWa, 0. WMklatta. B.C. BL Uals.aU.
I.MO. .., few HaaMtCiir.K
tViaifi), Okie, laiUuupJli, lai.
siTrasl, Miu. ' JacktMnilla, Ft.
Msw OrUaaa, La.
Killing House Maid;
QrtTif 4r Dn -Pa.. T i4?. ' mo","' ths arpl'catlon of old principles
tjUUb 10 i fin IOr Jjlie of strategy and tactics and redurod the
LA CROSSB, Wis.. Nov. W.-Henry 1 tVMnl wrf', something spproxlmat-
ma t-KQ uurriiiions.
"Our losses In the tranche have been
severe, but such casualties are fsr from
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 rod, fenced to life Imprisonment at Waupun
fw, u 7cw.n,u!:!!1:u1,n,n ?!? m,nute!- v -!
7iH: No. 8 yellow, 7S',7c; new, WfrX. '"'d lh lr eoause eh threatened to
O ts: No. I white, 47l41e; standard, i reveal their romance unless he paid her
4349HC Re: No. 2. tl.utul. - H han.y: 6u to
6 . 8. ed: Timothy, $3.76416 26; clover. I r..-f-.. a i.w ui , .
$10.ii614 00. Provisions: Pora. i2.7u; lard Confronted with bloodntalned garments
$U 7H; ribs. $9.7f.&i0.62H. of the girl, Uso broke down and con-
Sy..,.7.,!'.,:rf,,n''r: creamery, 24HaS3e. fessed. After killing the girl with an
Lleo. chauffeur for 8. Y. Hyde, retired
grain dealer, confessed today that h
murdered Miss Petra ftulli.r. . ..ia
In the family. Llso was taken before 1 dol,rrln" th Brl,,,h nstlorf from soelng
Judge E. C. Hlgbee in circuit cur. ! the matter through. They wilt set rsther
i iih .iiiirr iu uriiisii mannooi 10
prepare themselves to take the place of)
those wno have fallen."
Jn paying a trbute to th leadership'
of Sir John Fronch, commander of the,
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apply a little Reslnoi Ointment very
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more hot water, finishing with a dash
of cold water to close, the pores. Do
this once or twice a dsy, and you will
be astonished to find how quickly tho
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soothes and cleanses the pores, removes
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For free trial else, write Dept. 43-R,
Reslnoi, Baltimore, Md. Advertisement.
EGGS Higher: rec-e ots. 6.1HH !' .t
mark, cases not Included, lMj'.ao; ordi
nsry fit sis, 2-H24Hc; firsts, 27H2SHc
ruin inr.ov oieaoy; Ain niKHii and
automobile hammer, Llao said he dragged
the body 300 feet through the woods from
a lonely country toad and dumped It
Wl.rrn.ln uHM- I I - .1 - ,. ' . . "
kaV- 'wT7. A u iwiii, iiuo me j.a i,roas river, wnere It was
POULTRY Dve, unchanged.
St. Loala Grata Market.
ST. LOUJK, Nov. 10. WHEAT No. t
red, tl.lO.M3H; No. X hard, $l.l2fi
1.13H: December, $!',; May. tl.20V'9
CORN No. 1 7c;,No. J white, 77V4c;
mvr, vi-.twotc; may, u?c.
found sixteen hours later by a farmer
FIRST COMMONS MEMBER
KILLED IN PRESENT WAR
I1NDON. Nov. M.-Captaln Arthur
V.Am.rA Ttruea A'NaIII Af h. Bu,n
OATS-No. i. mpflc: No. whlU, 4Jc. Uf, ouards and heir to Baron O'Neill.
1 was killed In action n Franc Friday.
Captain O'Neill was the unlon'st mem
ber of Parliament for MM-Antrltn and
Mlaaeapolls Grala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 10.-WHEAT-December,
$1 14; May, 1 l&V, No. hard,
$1.18; No. 1 northern, tl.l4'aH.17; No. I
northern. $1 11 il.!6.
FLOUR Higher; fancy patenU, $6.90;
first c'.ears, $4 76: second clears, $3.7o. .
CORN No. 1 yellow, lf(iSc.
OATS No. t white. 44Ho.
SEED Flax, tL42Ol.4H-
Coffee Market. '
NEW YORK. Nov. 10. Tho coffee mar
ket continued quiet today. Spot value
here are generally under a parity, how
ever, and holder remain steady In their
views with Rio s qulled at about to
and Ssntos 4's at 10Vtc on the sversge.
Liquidation through the voluntary com
mittee of the exchange continues In a
very moderate scale, salss of t.0 bsgs
txiing reported today, with December
closing at f uufr5.0c; March, b.WM.uih:;
May, t loi.l6c; July, .6to.fic. The re-
was the first member of the lower house
of Parliament to fall du-lnr the .present
war. He was ht -n In 1878 and married
Lady Annabel Crewe-M Ines, daughter
of the marquis of Crewe. Captain
O'Neill served In the Boer war and re
ceived a medal for his service.
SONNENSCHEIN ON BOND
ON "RUSTLING" CHARGE
PIERRE, B. P.. Nov. 10. (Soedal Tele
gram.) At the close of ths hearing today
at Fort Pierre of Herman Sonnenscheln,
a prominent and wealthy Stanley county
rancher, on a charge of cattle rustling,
he wss placed under bonds of $7,000 for
his appearance In circuit court. Bond was
given and he Is st liberty.
British expeditlonsry force, snd his son
ers staff, and to the high efficiency And
courage of the army, the war minister
"I think that it ha now been conceded
tbet tha rtrltlsb army hss proved Itself
to be not so contemptible an engine of
war as som were disposed to consider
It.'' He conclt-.ded:
"Although our thoughts ar constantly
directed towards th troops st th trout
and the great task they have In hand.
It Is well to remember that th enemy
will have to reckon with th force of
th great Dominion, th vanguard oi
which w already have welcomed In this
country. In the very fin body of men I
forming th contingents from Canada and
Newfoundland, while from Australia, New
Zealand and other psrts ar coming. In
quick succession, soldiers to fight for the
: imperial causa. And beUee all these
Him are irsining in tnis country over
I 1.260,0(10 men eagerly waiting tor a call to
bear their part In the great struggle.
"As each soldier lakes his place In the
fle'd he will stano forward to do bis duty
and. In doing that duty, will maintain the
credit of th British rny. which I sub
mit hss never stood higher than it does
The formal toast to ths king snd
royal family having been proposed, ex.
Premier Arthur J. Balfour proposed "the
allies. He emphasised th toast wasj
without precedent, but he added "we are l
living in times that are also without
precedent, when th whole world Is either
In arms or In anxrous expectations."
A $360,000 Company with net profits
of $000,000 this year and contracts
closed for next year assuring net
profits of over $1,260,000.
United Profit Sharing i
Writ for ntsa detailed report S1H.
"JToUOaa- to aU bat sarrloa."
JuiNna Lt bAKER
Rank Floor, 30 So. La Salle St.
Ifsw Tork ruiadslpala
Direct private wires to all ua-kats.
Reduce Sttsined, Puffy Anklet
Lymphang.Uu, roll Evil, Fiatuls
Boils, Swellings; Stops Lsmencss
and allays pain. Heals Sores, Cuts,
Bruises, Boot Chile. It is an
ANTISEPTIC AND GERMICIDE
Does not bliiter or remove tha
hair and horse can be worked. plcaMst to uss.
12.00 a bottle, delivered. Detcrih your ess
for special Instructions snd Book 5 K frc.
ABSORBING, JR.. MtiMflk UnlMat hn- sawkiM M.
4aci fcislua. filolul. Ku, twvtUa Vum. Milk Us.
Oei CoanainM oljr lew tH SNuina Htaapra-
Si.f.rODhu. P.U7F..M lM rU.6arlafS.la. Hue.
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