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THE lW.Ft'. OMAHA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1U4.
ApnrlmrnO and flat.
SPECIAL LOW UlINT.
OOOD LOCATION.. XK AH M'SINEPS.
STE M-1IF.ATF.D COM FORT.
rilEE MOT WATER. WR1 ROOMS.
To fill these Fine BI-rontn Homes,
private hull?, brtths. fine woodwork mid
iroo rat Ions. superior light and ventila
tion. Janitor. rn. shades, short walk
ing distunes, we muhf
nXTRF.MB IXJW RENTS.
Summer rate H to U.
Winter. ST BAM HEATED. t? to til
QCAMTT EQUALS AN V at W to im
Bettor than separate houses -cheaper
than cottages. He them. References.
PONT DELAY they are filling.
T. .1. HOOK. 1101 N. 1TH ST. o
fi-R. 'DOUGLAS." 213 So ISth Ave., hug
run parlor, close in, walking distance,
HASTINGS A HETDEN. VVt Harney St.
. 115 6-room apartment, modern except
heat. Davenport St. Walnut 435.
Htee'm htrt flas Ifth Wh Tyler J"?f
BK., ESTATE WKT SIDE
II modern. 7-room house;
flat. 2 No. 13d.
a tore a aa4 tittle.
Two Small Offices
flO.OO AND 112.00.
Water. Light and All Service Free.
The Bee Building
(The Bulldlnn That In Always Nw.
Office Room, 103.
ST. CLARK APARTMENTS.
L'd and Harney Sts.. t room apartments.
Call H. 647 or H. 6S0S.
Gordon Van Co. S
ill N. Uth St. Phone O 351 or WtbJSM.
S Tl "HUDSON." 07 So. Kth Ave., new.
close In. huilt-tn buffet. panel walls In
dining room; 4 block to Farnam car.
OO PEN ANNEX. Council Bluff. ' nonn
with kltrlienette. steam heat. Phone 641.
Rental Service Free
Wo can save you much worry, trouble
and annoyance. We ctiu tell you what
houses and apartments each real estate
of lice has for rent. Phone u, Douglus
ZM. Fllellly t-torage and Vmi Co.
STEAM heated, handsome. i end 6-room
apartments now ready. Webster 'Ml.
VERT choice 6-room, steam heated upart
ment on West Farnaui St-
JOHN W. ROHHINS. ,8J2 FARNAM ST.
desirable office. Bee
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED Good second-hand roll-top
desk; must be In good shape and cheap,
Addrora J-1?S. Bee.
WAXTKD TO KENT
WANTED TO RENT A farm on shares
with everything f iir:iuhed. Addreas U
Coppovk. Hoier". Neb.
FARM IIA.M K LA.NU FOR BALK
EIGHTY sores Harrison county, Iowa,
nartlv rolling, aood soil, cheap for cash
Adores owner. Atuood. Palace Ulug.,
I Minneapolis, Minn.
-R, 1THE HAMILTON." 2117-19 No.
Kith: also one 7-r; snap at f sum.,
HASTINGS Hf'iYPEN, 1614 Harney St.
5il"N. 17TH ST. 6-rm. mod. apartru U JjO.
RASP BROS Pougias liA
Hour and Koorus.
WEST FAP.NAM DISTRICT. 1
Chance lor refined young man to secure
room and board in v-p.endid house on
west 'aide,, one block from Farnam St;
be.-t rea.dential sectiou; home surround.
Ings; very attractive. Rato will lie very
reasonable to young man with good rtfer
tncea. Tel. Harney 4tSl. '
LARGE front room, neatly furnished,
modern; references required; privet,
family. H. 4273.
FURNISHED room, private family, on
Harney car line. Harney 6344. 701 No.
83d St. .
rooms by day
heat: 11. uO up.
NEAR 40th and Farnam. pleaaant room.
. wlih lavatory, 12.u0. Wal. 3u76.
1M9 PUUULAS Hteam heat; I'a.60 up.
Park Ave Room, alcove, cosy. H. 4oaT
TWO nicely furnished, for two or sin
gle; everything modern. 16th and Cats,
F.ut No. 9. .
220! Dougla St.
steeping room, $2.60.
KL UMKHi!.i loom foi i cut. nt i b.ii
ton univer!t. I'hoiie IiqiibIhs iBll.
82s S. 29TH Furn shed
family Harnc-y 4"W.
HANS. PAUIC district, furn- steam heat
ed room, private family, 10. H. 3-'-
CAPITOL. 2413 Warm, lleaant, bH tniKl-
ci ii rooms,
FIT., rooms, prlv
LARfTE. "beautiful rooms, every conven
ltXi Ai'RES. n.4i Kaiisss City, well lnv
proved: good lioure, barn, granary
ten-ed and crons fenced ; living water;
orchard. Ui acres under cultivation, bai
aucu pasiuro. Might lake part payment
in uniniia income.
. W. T. SMITH CO..
1111-12 City Nationul Bank.
P :. Omaha, Neb.-
rublio Taking Only n Obierrin;
Intemtin Wliett Pit.
SOME EXPORT BUYING IS NOTED
Save the Car Fare
Exercise a Trifle
A Home Bargain
PRICE H,v-t,e than 1 minutes- walk.
from lth and Farnam St ,
in Rood location, strictly
modern, nearly new, paved
street, full, two-story, t
Mock from rar line, south
and east front, absolutely OMAHA. Nov. 11. lli.
complete, ready to occupy. The public continues as an onlooker,
poaesaion Immedla t e I y. refusing to take a hand In the wheat
terms exceptionally easy, market on the buying aide at present
- This I, an actual bargain prices. Because of this fact thtr was
and will make a romrorta- i great disappointment for the profession-
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET CONTINUED STRENGTH SEEN OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKET
All Restriction! Against Dealings in
Unlisted Securitiei Removed,
DeBsaark aa4 Serwwy Take Several
ltrgie rarekasea (rs Skews
a Reeaase sf Favor,
BETTER DEMAND FOR COPPER
Heeord-Hreakla gklpmeat of lo.
Reaalt of IHstroetloo of
(derma a ('raiser
ble home or
a good Invest-
l Omana Nat. Bank Bldg.
110 down and $10 a month. Good Invest
ment on SSth St., between Podga end
Davenport. If you can make larger pay
ment down, we can furnish money to
O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO..
Phone Doug lac J716.
101 Omaha IfatlonaL
Is and reguiar room traders yesterday.
as tney hoped that the outsider won id
NEW YORK, Nov. 11 Continued
strength was again forthcoming today.
This was seen in the removal of virtually
all restr.ctions bus. net dealing in un
listed securities, official Intimation of an
early reopening of the cotton exchange
and the unanimous vote of the Clearing
1 Iaii .a .......I.iIhh An 1. n .. f P
"i. buJLanii ,"m JiP.h"t d"elng reserve renmremetita from 3 to
new a4 JLjlt. tV-Vl per cent. In accordance alth the
mit d-lJln", VXii2".MnfrtS!i,v''on of f"1"' reserve law which
musi develop or there would be further h-f.-,,,.. .rr,wilve at the hlnnmii of
price lossea. Itestlng spvta for the day . T beginning 01
showed docllnss of ivul,c. and while . n".w'y ....,. ,,..,. ...h.n..
there were reactions and Advances from ' j! " no'J ,r. -1! ?n
not bT called Strong ' U was said n ,ur quotation, for marks, the market
iSeVjEnS- Vf.. '.VJ!!' for various forms of fore.gn remittance
buvera nf fuiur.. .. h..t v.-. was without msterlsl change. Sterling
teruay and the report
ay were ,,D h
Of Mieee sales 740
Rang-e Cattle Strong nd Cornfeds
Slow to Lower.
HOGS STEADY TO FIVE LOWER
Fal Khecp Tea lo Flfteea
Lowerrat Lambs Fifteen t
Tweaty-Ftre Teats Lower
SOl'TII OMAHA. Nov. 11, 1S14
ltei-elpt were: Cattle. Hog, eep
turicial Monday Mix 4.JM
Official Tuedy .... 4.M7 t.iM
EstlmaU Wednesday.. J.4-0 I.00
snd for that reason their buying has not
been as heavy as ws expected.
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and cash wheat ! without material change. Sterling, tle
o?M cL" ie'.HforytT.!chle. were higher at the outset, but T4,-"" 1
ushrla In ail noaltlona ceded later In the day. i
iw bushels are to go ' The outcome of the recent naval en- The following sho
mi the balance via At- gegement in the Indian ocean found re-1 for hogs at the Hou
BMtGAIN-3:0-gOie improved fnnn, t
miles from Minneapolis; on good gracel
&riud; lays lavol, about 120 acres under
cultivation, I'Cilimco used for pasture;
lorno fine meadow isjid. can practically
all be put under cultivation; buildings
conslsl of H-rocin house, barn, granary,
corn cribs, macl Ine shed, windmill, oto.;
good apple orchard. Price 30 pnr acre;
onc-hitlf cash, reasonable terms on bal
ance Adjoining farm held at double this
pr.co. tichwau Bros.. JOJi Plymouth 13idg,
out via the gulf and the balance via At
The oaah sales were Ui.oiH)
Three days thl week.14.eU 15.Kt
Same days last week . . 16.3M ll.4
l-inn I weeks Bgo.,..17,)AJ
Same 1 weks mi SI rtJ W IfM
Same 4 weeks ago... .SX.6A1 l.137 S7.J74
Sume days last year..l,S4 2S,M
i ha loiiowing tabic shows the receipts
of cattle, bogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live siock market for the year to
date, as compared with last year:
llt. Mil Pec.
Cattle S14.07. SUi,Kl3 S4.73,
.M2.40S i.14,M STd.atS
iSl,7S7 I.KW.7M H0.014
the average price
SIIKEP Buyers did not do much dur
ing the first two or three hours of tho
forenoon, the trade being the slowest In
some time. It wa a rasu of th-l sellers
trying their very best to obtain av least
steady prices early, and the pecker
k idding cons dcrahly lower. It was 10;ST
o'clock before any sheep or Urn be of
consequence began to move and then
fat lambs sold anywhere from IOC Ac
lower and aged sheep t to totrwo on.
43 XT) ' Umb sales ranged at $ 75MiA. with the.
4,7M most of them at SS.OOttM lO. The clearance
S4,4 I l'e. There wan a little Inquiry for
111.494 i leeoers. out none of any account were
bushels. Vessel room was chart red foi
a round lot of wneat to go to Buffalo
.'W and a vessel is now bem
loaaea for winter storage at
and several other vessels are
load under same conditions
ot;msrket for tbs last few oaya. with com-
gagement In the Indian ocean found re-, for hogs at the Houth Omaha lle stock
suouse in record-breaklnv snlpmenta
cotton, as well as another eduction
marine Insurance rates.
There were renorta of a better foreign
Buffalo, demand for copper, but thla had no effect
soon to I n Quoiea prices, wnicn wer- um timnsnu.
t ail money was a irmo iinmr, in
.f'ate. 114. ,lwu isia.iimi..u.l!M.lls.
5 DOWN, S5 monthly, buys 40
gruln, lrult, pouiiry land, nsar
price 120; 10 monthly buys W
Write lor I, at of cneap land. Box
16i ACRES, improved. Boyd county; ISO
acres unders, cult. ration, balance P'
turc; good houie, barn, granary; fenced
an 1 cross fenced. ,, half cash. This
Is a bargain.
W. T. SMITH CO.,
1111-12 City National Bank,
p. Omaha, Neb. o
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade
medium-priced land in Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
waking distance; gentlemen pre-
63i 8 17th Ave. Tyler l.uA.
' Knralalied llooses.
FOR RENT Furnished cottage for the
wint. r: convenient location; a bargain!
east lerms. Harney
Best dairy and general ciop state In the
union: guttlers wanted; lands for sale at
low prices, on easy terms. Ask for book
let J4 on Wisconsin Central i.nnd Otant.
Slate acres wanted. ' Write about our
crazing lauds. If interested in fruit lands,
ask for booklet on Apple Orchards la
Wisconsin. - Address Lund Dept.. Koo
Line Ry.. Minneapolis. Minn.
FARMS FOR RENT
furnished house modern except
pluno. 2412 Grand Ave. Web-
I .irul-het ..k-.lic Itoooua.
FUR. h'k p'g rooms. 1S07 Leavenworth.
UAVENBORT. ,lS-TWO NK-hLi ;t n-
lliil M S.' ' " "
Itotela anJ Aiiartmraw.
c A I.lFORNIA Hotel, lh ana Call'ornla.
Weekly rates tl and up
l.,ug a V:,
CliDKN HOTEL, Council HiUtis. steam
heated rooms, $2 per week. I tiunc rtia
POBQE HOTEL- Modern Reasonable.
liouBi-a aud Cottages.
1 6-R.. full lots. 707 S. 53d.
i72 6. 2STH ST.
Modern, 7 rooms: lx). L.
Kamge blk. L. 74i. -o
NINE rooms. sUam heat, thermostat, 3218
IS N. 21ST. 6 rooms, lis. it. etm
e-RCOM modern house, $30,
Ave Call Harney 4181.
819 So. soth
modern cottage. S15 N.
t-R house, mod.. 4S08 N. fflth Ave. W. 3U4.
140 3611 Howard St., 10 rooms, modern.
18 Silt Corby St., rooms, modern ex-
CPt heat W. T. SMITH CO., -T
2819. 1111-12 City Nat l Bank.-o
ELEVEN-ROOM house. U4 N. 24th
Crawford, 402 Ware Blk. Wal. 917
FIVE rooms, partly
Blondo. Water paid,
Van and Stor
age Co. Keducea
rates for w cava
Large van, J wen, 11. 15 per nr.; aray. 3
men. V. per nr. 1713 Webster. Doug. 149.
J.C. Reed 1
Stores, moves, packs, ships; i-horno van
and I men. S1.25 per hr.; storage 2 per
ro. Satisfactory guar. D. 48 A Ty. W,
Half bluca to car. t'looma and hath,
modern but heat, in fine condition; fine
lot. Phone Red HM.
IF you wllil strictly tt-oura nonr.e, -
room, never beiore rented, c&U itarney
M46. Iw rent to right lepacl. i'weoty
mlnutea' walk irom t:ty hail.
4-KOOM cottage, roodera except furnace
7W 6. 37th til.. U0- Phone Harney ail.
5 ROOMS, strictly modern, sun room,
newly decorated and garage. 3U4 Wool
worth. Inquiry ails VVooiworth. Plione
FARM 1-OH RENT 120 acres. 4 lnllea
north of Florence; &. acres n ansiia.
WHl rent for 3 or 8 years. Call walnut
East ftont on 17th St.. luat nvuth of
Fai iini. tlfTl't lxi g rooms, w lil: e.in
poso.i anl open air sleeping porch. Beavi-
tifsl i;lng room with big tirepiatc. Finest
or interior' Hnlsh and decorations. lwt
&"al.U. One nf tlio most modcrst priewt
homes In this district. Shown by appoint
" lii CASHANO""jif "PER MONTH
will buy a 7-room strictly modern home
at 2tl) and Oodge Sts. This is In easy
walking dlstnn'v; large lot; price is
right. 1XU t pny another month s rent.
100 McCague Bldg. Pouglag 16TA
Corn auuwed Iobwh oi luivtc yesterday, ! enormous loans were made at per cent,
ith the.woatler the nr n.i.n.l ba risk i Time accommooatlons ahoaed an easier
tacior. conditions favor the f niahing of
the corn now In the fields, a woll as the
2J.I 4 T 1 I 1144, 7 Mil 4J
3.4 I 7 uii, ; ,7 W ' a 7 Ml it
34. 4 7 M I 4S 2S' t tH i 41
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
OWNER LEAVING OMAHA
A bargain Will sell modern, 7-room
house, splendid location, KOUNTZH, AD
I'lTlON, one block from car lino; lot
50x140; also has garage. Will show you
through. Ca'l v ebstwr KM
FOR SALE Fine home, 8 rooms, all mod.
except heat; large lawn and shade trees;
very choice location in the res dence sec
tion of Prairie Parku 2723 Meredith Ave.
Real snap at 12,750, For terms see H. H.
Mneller. 1S24 8th Ave., Council Btutfs, Ia.
III 0-C A S H I Ibt.
BALANCE LIKE RENT.
4-room stucco cottage; living room and
dining room finished in birds-eye maple;
comb. nation light fixtures; hot water
heat; lovely bath room, tine large cor
ner lot; good barn, cement walks, cemont
cellar and good rlstern.
THE VOGEL REALTY AGENCY,
1015-ls W. O. W. Bldg., Douglas 31 or
RKAIi ESTATE 8UDURDAN
nursing ana moven-.ent of this grain.
The country was reported as a freer
seller of corn, and the government resort
was accepted by the trade as about What
was looked lor. It showed a little smaller
yield, but the reserves on the fsrms were
a IHtle larger.
There w.. r,,,, i. k.., ....
Investment accounl yesterday to save the 1 , w"?
decline, which .mounted to ifiHc Therl! I f1'' lhc 1"'ulon
continued liquidation by December
longs and this was pretty general. The
cash concerns and vlevator jieople bought
the December and resold the May at
about 4c difference. There were resting
orders filled In .December oats. "
The provisions' market waa fed by pack
ers yeMerday and considerable weakneaa
"? ?.n,0,, n- rk came out. in lots to suit
ana imib weakened theventlre siecu:atlve
u - mnM Ireeltf
rates recently -
trend. Commercial paivr
aoccpled at, tho lower
All ine news irom imnaitn w vi x,
optimistic character, this being predicted
in large part on the figures contained lnw
the latest statement or in nriusn i'iu
of Trade. A ruling permitting membera
to ileal in stocks during the Impending
seitlcnient without payment of entia inar-
lieiprui in siaoiiiang
2 ; T 1IU t 671 4w Mi 471 7 K
27.1 M T M 1 I Ji 7 54
js. I i ta4 T i I m U' ' 1 i
siong market was easy and had not shorts
bouKht to secure prof ts on the decline a
further and more pronounced break would
h,av?.b.en "v There was a further
slUht Improvement in the cash trade in
both meats and laid.
Wheat was unchanged.
Corn, was 1c higher to io lower.
Oats were unchanged.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour
equal to 1,114.000 bushels; oats, IGl.OOt'
Primary wheat receipts were I.547,Oi)0
bushels and shipments 1.15.000 bushels
against receipts of 1,2.17.000 bushels and
shipments of OHi.iiOO bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were I40.0U0 bush
els and shipments 476 000 buahela, agalnat
receipts of S4,ooo bushels and shlpmentn
of 6'!.000 bushels ast year.
Primary oats receipts were 1.134,000
bushels and shipments BlS.flO bushels,
against receipts of Ctf.Oiio bushels and
shipments of 714,000 bushels last year.
WheaL Corn. Oats. Rye.
St. Louis ....
REAL K8TATB LOANS.
:iTY and tarm loans. S, b'M. 6 per .cent.
J. H. puinoiit tz Co.. 1603 Farnam, umtni
WANTtO-City lonna. Peters Trust Co.
OMAHA homea. Las: NUrassa farina.
O KEEFE REAL ESTATi! CO.,
1010 Omaha Natl. Douglas 2715.
UAKV1N 13K0S nTh".
jUO and up.
ma ha Natl. Bank.
HA KK1h.). i MORTON, Bib Om. Natl.
W TD Farm ioiina Kioke lnv.Co. Omaha
WANTED City loans and warrants. VV.
Farnam binilh & Co., 1320 Farnam.
CITY property. La'ge loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas, 22s Ktate Bank Bldg.
luu to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead Bldg., iSth and Fsrhsm Sts.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City Natl. Bank Bldg.
CITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg Co.,
810-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
SEE ua first it you want a farm loan.
United States Irust Co.. Omaha. Neb.
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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co
a modern abstract office, a 8. 17Uj 8U
Phone Douglns Ut.7.
P.I.ED Abstract Ce . oldest abstract of
flee in Nebraska. 2u6 Biandela Theater.
REAL ESTATfe FOR EXCHANGE
FOR EXCHANGE. -Beautiful
two-elory frame and stone
residence, strictly modern, eight rooms,
situated on two choice lots; garage in
rear. Will trad for clear Colorado land
or will assume on eastern Nebraska or
western Iowa. Price, $8,000.
A. W. BURO,
H08 W. O. W. Bldg. Douglas 4464. o
REAL ESTATE: ACREAGE
Fidelity Storage Co.
storage, moving, packing aud shipping,
lulu & Jackson Sls r'liune Douglns v.
BEST-RENT BAROA1N8 4. I and 6-r.
ciiou-o hoiie, some mod., 2703-41 S. 14th
and l'ith. (10 to 118. McKltrick R. H. Co.
X. 14S2. ;
yiULliN (i-room houst, o JCith Ave.,
Vacant November t. Inquire T. J.
O'Brien, Phone Harney ICS or Doug. 1218.
12', acres, 4'i miles from court bouse,
S225 an acre: lies well.
& acres, comers or, 2 roads: direction
of growth; 2.000; 500 cash.
a acres adloltving. same price and terms.
Harrison & Morton
14 acre recently advertised so id.
IVo Acres, $900
Adjoining Land Held at $1,000
Some bargain. You will have to hurry
jlf you want this. Terms 13) cash, 15 a
HAaTINGS A HEY DEN, 1614 Harney ST.
Buy a lot in Happy Hollow between
Dodge St. and I'nderwood Ave. and 62d
St. and the Happy Hollow Blvd.
f You Will Never.,
investing your money In this addition,
because everything has been done to
make this district attractive and desir
able for home owners..
protect your investment and assure a
future rise In value of this property.
will be made so that you may become
an owner of a lot In Omaha's beat new
residence district, if you so desire.
Plats and Prices
will be mailed you upon application and
we will be glad to show you this addi
tion by automobile at any time which
may suit your convenience.
BUT BU NOW and take advantage of
the Increase la value. I lots have been
George & Company
Phone D. ',, 101-12 City Nat Bank Bldg.
WMAII.i OHMIttL M..HKHT.
BUTTER No. 1, 1-lb cartons, 32c; No.
1, 00-1 ii. tuba. 31u
CHKKFElmported Swiss. 88r; Amer
Icun Sw,ss. ; block Swiss. 22c; twins,
tm; daisies, lo'r; triplets, 16V; Young
Amer caa, 18V: blue Isbel brick. Lc; llm
hnrr 2 h n.- i ih Ttic- New l org
1st. Trade waa llaht mn,. --P. i - white 'uk "lniti'ril French Rouuelort,
port waa poor. The cloalnx of the i.invi. 4(-.
r inn rroui, nc; large rr)in-.. ,
salmon. 6Vi halibut. 11 c; channel cat
fish. 12c; Ue, 14c; pickerel. 10c.
POl'LTRY Hrotlera. 14V! eprlng chick
ens, 11c; hena, txgllo; cocks, 8c; ducks,
10c; geese, 8c; turkeys. Hie pigeons. r
cog., UOc; ducks full feathered, 10c; geese,
full feathered, 8c; squaos. No. 1, ll.bo; No.
Market quotations furnished by GUInskl
Miscellaneous "helled -Kipcorn:
Per lb.. 4c. Almonds: l'er lb., lice. l?rackrr
Jack: l'er $3 60; per half cs., II 75.
Dates: Dromedary, per cs., I3.ti; sugar
walnut, per box, 11.40. Limes: Per is.,
II. '16. Checkers: l'er cs., I3.W: per haif cs ,
176. Honey: l'er cs., .3 50. rigs: u os., .c.
t ldor: Per ko. lvW; per S hul., lioo.
Cocnanuta: Per sack, 14 uO; per dos., 7.
FRU1T3 Oranges. Extia Fancy Valen
ces, ts, 112s and il6s, f.1 75 por box; Red
Bail Valeni'iNS, 63 fill per box. Lemons:
Fancy 10a, 3us, ti.50 per box; chotea Bed
Bali, W"s, tkyis, 16 c; box. Oraptruli;
All sixes, 1300 er bo.';. Apples: Extra
Fanry (irlmes Uolden, ll.io ier box;
Fancy Wiish ngton Grimes, 11.50 per box;
Extra Fanry Washington Junathans, li.uO
per box; lancy Washington Jonathans,
II. uS per box; Fancy Connudo Jonathans,
$1.2.i per box; Colorado Jonatnnna, choice,
H. 00 per I ox: Extra Fancy Washington
Hoovers, 11.36 per box; Oregon Spliaen
burgs, 1140 per box; Oregon Winter Ba
nanas, i.7i per box; Ex-.ia Fancy ' Wash
ington Delic ous, I2.U0 per box; lew York
0 een nns, 1:100 per barrel; New York
liaiuwlns, 82.76 per barrel. Pears: Cali
fornia Clarglous, t'J.26 per box; Extra
Fancy D'Anjous. $-.6i per box; Grapes:
California Emperors, J3 Wl per barrel: ('al
ifoin a Kmi-erurs, ,1,50 per crate: Mala
gas, Ij.OO Keg. Bunanas: 1-er bunch, 1.7itf
VEGETABLES Cauliflower: Per crate,
12.lv.. Cabbage: Per pound, IV. Cucum
bers: i uoxen In box, l.iu. Celery: Michi
gan, 35a dozen; Denver, Jumbo, 7ac dosen.
peppers: Basket, 6c. Tomatoes: Basket,
11.25. Lettuce.: Head, dosen, .iUcVll.60; leaf,
doen, 40c. Horsersd.sh: Per cs., 11.66.
On ons: hhadols, per dusen. '.0c; yellow,
lair iound, 2V! led, per pound, IV- Uur
He: Itadan, Bad shea: Per dogen, 6ik).
Potatoes: Idaho, per bushel, 7uc; Red
River Ohio, 66c per busiiej; Minneaota
Whiles, 00c per bushel. Sweet Potatoes:
Per barrel, 13.00; pgr hamper, 11.76.
buuaeh: Per lb., IV.
NUTS No. 1 Calliornla walnuts, per
lb., 10. Fllbertu: per lb., lnc; long Naples,
per lb., 18c. Pecans: l'er lb 12V; Jumbo,
per u ISc.
1 1 "
Tfew York General Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 11.-8UOAR Raw,
firm; mo.asues, 1.6c; centiilugal, 4.01c;
BUTTi It Firm and unchanged; re
oelpts, 8,t;:t4 tubs.
CHKEHE Irregular and unchanged;
receipts, 3,0b6 boxes.
EGOS hteady and unchanged; receipts,
Pol Li ltY Firm: western cnicgens. 14
f4V; fowa, lHg I 'C; turkeys, 1Ki20c.
reasd. quiet, western roasting chick
ens, 1.HJ.UC. fresli Iols. isisv; frosen
These sales were reported todsy: Wheat
r.o. i nara winter: 6 cars. 1.08. No.
I hard winter: 1 ears, I1.07S: 1 car
II 7H; 7 cars, 11.07; t cars, 11.06; 1 car,
1106. .No. 4 hard winter: 1 cars, II. 0j.
No. 1 mixed: 1 csr, 11.06; I car, 11.06. No.
J durum: 1 car, ll.ll. No. 3 mixed
durum: 1 car, 11.08. Rejected: I car.
hard whiter. II. 00. Rye No. 1: 1 car,
9614c. Corn No. I white: I car. new,
8c. No. 1 yellow: I car, part new, Uc;
I cars, new, (8 Via. No. 8 yellow: 1 car,
iv-,c; i car, pan new, bsv; 3 cars, new,
itii:. iw. iiuinu: i car, oia, ti('4c; l
car, new, 66c; 1 car, 6c. Sample: 1 car,
viiv. LBia Dtanaara: l car, oc,
l wnite;.. I cars. 46 No. 4 while: 1
Omana Cash Prices Wheat: No. hard
ll.07H91.084i No. I hard. ll.0Stfl.071.!; No.
4 hard, 1.00f 1 M: No. I spring. ll.06Wl.07Vt;
no. a inrmr ai wwmi hu ka a .ti.inu
I tl nlfil It Kin inu AI .11, . X'.'
, . I .-v.. UUliuil, ffl.J"WlllT U.
3 durum, 11 OBH1.101. Com: No. 1
white. 7HifjV: No. 1 white, 67'4ic;
No. I white, 679c; No. 4 white, iff
6fV; No. 5 white, 664nV: No. white.
66'fifilic; No. 1 yellow. H,S704e: No. t
yeuow, UIITTOV: NO. 1 yellow. 7l4T7014c
No. 4 yellow, 67fi70c; No. 6 yellow, 6i'.ifjr
r-"c: jo. e yeuow, envo: No. I mixed
67(fh8V; No. 3 mixed, ,6liikV No. I
mired. egi"ic; No. 4 mixed, 844?4TV:
No. 6 mixed, ettOOSIiic; No. 6 mixed. 64S
Wic Oats: No. 2 white. 45Me; stan
dard, 4jHfl454c; No. 1 wh'.te, 4Mj46V.;
no. wnue, m'ii., narley: Malting
STfTJc: NO. 1 feed. 60itrlc. Rye; No. 2,
i4tsisr; io. a, wo-mwic.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIOXI
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
We have a complete list of all houses,
a; art men Ls and flats that aro for rent.
Tills list can be seen free of charge at
Omaha V'au St etorage Co , 8v6 S. Juih St.
C ROOMS, fine condition. 1717 Webster St.
MOVINU EXPENSES PAID.
560 S. feth Ave., t-r. modern flat....
2617 Capliol Ave., k-room mod. flat..
2416 K. 3Jth, 7-rooni, all modern
114 6. S'th St., 7-room, all modern..
?210 N. 27th St., mod. except heat..
RA HP BROS Dougias 16j3.
NEW 6-room cottage; never occupied!;
ttrlctly modern; 122 60.
Flve-rooin cottage: almost new; excep
tionally large rooms: sirlctly modern;
near car line and near school, (22.au.
New live-room collage: modern except
heat: finished in ck; nar car line; IJO.
beven looms; parlor extending a roaa
the entire front of the nuuw; oak f.nlsn:
colonnade openings; four bedrooms and
bath; fine nelght'orfcood: near car: to
AMEKUAN SECURITY COMPANY.
17th and Douglas Sts. Douglas Soil
FARNAM AND 40TH LINE, l4o.
S-roiim, very modern, square yard.
O KEF.FE REAL ESTATE CO ,
1016 Omaha Nat. Douglas 2713.
2 Acres, $1,075
In Benson Acres Addition, adjoining
Benson; all in alfalfa; some fruit You
will buy this piece If you let us show It
to you. Terms t-'O cash. 111 a month.
HASTINOS A HEYDKN, 1614 Harney Bt
AN ACRE ON v
115 CAMI. 116 A MONTH.
Ideal home site, all In alfalfa. Four
acres adjoining sold last week for tl.OoO
an acre cash. We can offer this on our
very low terms for 1876.
HASTINGS HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St
REAL EflTATK SOUTH SIDE
Field Club Bargain,
F.lecaat residence, seven rooms, taste
fully decorated, good slteplng porch, fire
place, delightful sun parlor, modern In
every particular, located on the corner of
33d and Lln'oln Ave . Just four blocks
from Field club; south front; large lot,
fox IV. This place Is positively worth
lli.m Csn be purchased with 16,000
cash balance monthly.
(JALLAGIIEU & NELSON
644 Brandels Bldg. Phone Douglas X'SZ.
Cktlitdral District f&uu cash for a
modern home. Cathedral district;
; reception nail, parlor, dining
room, kitchen (lrat floor, three
sleeping rooms and bath on sec
ond floor. Full cemented base
ment with - laundry, hot water
beat. Investigate this.
North Side 12,400 will bur cosy
home of 6 large rooms, with bath,
electric lights, gas, good lot set
with fruit trees; will make easy
West Side 1500 cash, modern
borne, 3 blocks rarnam tar line,
near 35th 8t. Reception ball, par
lor, (lining room, kitchen first
floor, 4 sleeping rooms, bath on
second floor; full cemented base
ment, furnace, electric lights.
W. T. SMITH CO.,
D. 2819. 1111-18 City Natl. Bank.o
T 71 I I 111 7
7 K 11 7 70)
t Ml I 01
, ,11 v4, 7 ail 7 TJ
7 10 I 7 76 8 10 i 1 7 6f
I I 7 taHa! T ! 101 0 t 68
4. ll't I twl; 7 II, U Oi. ' i4
61 7 l.Si f 17! 26' I I (II 1
. 7 38' 7 tl 7 73. 181 17 7U
7.1 7 i4i2r 7 .r 7 7l g ul 7 Ml
8 I 7 .H 7 Mi i 6 (Mi 7 7
! ? M I I f 77 1J 7 ' 7 7 1 62
10 7 WV 7 72 I III 7 rS 7 73) I M
It' 7 4 7H 27i 7 I4 7 7S I l
Reccipis and disposition of live stook
available. Most of the feeder lambs on
Tuesday moved at 1667.ft. with the
feeder ewe selling around i3.7MM.10.
About .rO0 head all told were reported
in the yards, compared with 10.146 a week
ago, lt.6n two weeks ago and 16,408 a rear
ago. The big share of the offerings con
sisted of fed westerns, prlneiimtlv lambs
I from points In Nebraska. Quality on the
who'e waa good. With the quarantine
tin existing in lowa no receipts were re
ceived from that atate.
Quotations en sheep and lambs: Lambs,
good to rholce, IK.OMjtt.iiS; lambs, fair to
pcxl t6i(in; feeders, good to choice,
M R0fl7 10; feeders, fair to good, 16 t6J
,60; yearling", good to choice. rr.S04t00;
yearlings, fair to good, I7.2fifi7.60; year
Ings. feeders. t40C.0: wethers, good to
ch. Ice l.60fl75: wethere. fair to eood,
SRHMjwIO; "etlera. eedera. 14 80414 86'.
wea goot to choice. 16.6Va6.M; ewes, fair
t good. 5 3f.'nS.; ewea, feeders, H. 764.10.
No. . At.
1.1 .ed yearlings 120
133 fed yearlings D
I fed ewes 16
2 fed Ismbs
123 fed lambs
C0 Wyoming ewes
. mi. ..r.
n . "i ru 1 1 ewwe
146 fed lambs
M fed lambs
136 fed lambs
133 fed lambs
116 fed lambs
St the Union stock yards. South Omaha.
for twrn,y-tour hours ending at I o'ciock
p. m. yesterday:
KK KlI TK nARft
CatilQ.HoB Sheen H aa ! I 004.7f. western steers. 7.0r'.7l; etock-
Mlssourl Taclflo .... 1! .. ,. .. ""J"1, feeder, VMy7. 75 : bulls. o.oisiy
Kansas City 1. 1 re Stork Market.
K ANSA CITY, Nov. H.-CATTLrV-Re-rloia.
11.000 head; market lower; prima
led steers, ll no 11.00; dressed beer steers.
I nmn Pari ilc 41
C. at N. W., west.. 3i
C, Hi. P., M. t O.. W
C, B. & g., west.. 17
B. I. 4c
Ottle. Hog. Sheep.
BIO BARQAIN IN THIS.
Owner determined to sell, w.ll consider
any offsr and terms on good 8-room mod
ern house, oak floors and flnSih first
floor. Beautiful corner lot; space for an
other house; two paved streets; very de
sirable location; near Lowa Ave. .mi
Cuming. Owner has cut price from 14,100
io 49.ou. ana may iaae leas.
McKlTRICK R. E. CO. " DOUOLAg ltsz.
O wrf your own
home. You can
purchase one on
payments like rent.
Read the real es
Featares of tae Tradlag gal Claelagj
PHoesj Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Nov. 11, Peace talk gave
the wheat .market today a sudden down
ward turn, after an early advance, due
to active buying for export. The close
waa unsettled, at a decline of Ho to c
net Corn flnlshel Vec to tir. off, oats
unchanged to a shade lower, and provis
ion I to 16c 1 to 7 Vac above last night.
Notwithstanding that peace rumors
were vsgue and seemed to be without
any solid basis, speculators Jumped in
a hurry to the soiling side of the wheat
market. Many stop-loss orders came
Into play on the ensuing break, which
reached as much as Zic compared with
the top figures that had bfeen attained
soon after the opening. Just before tin
close, however, traders as a rule seemel
to have concluded that the peace re
ports were valueless, and that a rally
was In order.
It was estimated that possibly 1.000,ftj0
bushels of wheat were taken by export
ers, although not more than a quarter
of that total was supposed to he for
Immediate shipment. Buying of De
cember delivery was said to have been
especially free . on the part of the
Europeans at Winnipeg and Kansas City.
According to a leading authority here,
the requirements of Importing coun
tries this year Is at the rate of loo
bushels for every seventy-five bushels
Corn showed considerable strength, In
the face of the break in the price of
wheat. Contlmiux good export busi
ness helped the hulls, and ao also die
pi edict Ions of unsettled weather. Oats
were sustslned by heavy put chafing for
a big- vlevator comoanv. Beaidea. two
full cargoes were said to have been ills
posed of at the seaboard, one ty Rns-
Assertion that storks of Urd In C '
rago had been r
and that cash at demand for the article
was brisk had much to do with making
provisions firm, packers bought lard,
but sold pork and ribs.
Article1 Open. t U Igh., Imw. Close. Yea y
Kansas (Itr 4rala aad ProvUloae.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. ll.-WHSAT-No.
1 hard, It .fT'i m; No. I red.
I107H; Pectmber, 1.074jluB; Mey. 1144
CORN No. 1 mixed, old, Juj6gi71V6c;
new, &; No. 3 white, old. 72aTic;
new. (M!fi70c: December. 64V4c: May. 6KC
UATB No. 2 white, 47c; No. 1 mixed,
D UTTER Creamery, 12o; firsts, Wei
seconds, 27c; packing. 21c.
F.OOrl Firsts, ttc; seconds, 71 c
POULTRY Hengr 11c; roosters, 10c; tur
Mlnaeattetis f.raiu Market,
MINNKAPOM8. Nov. ll.-WHKAT-Deremher.
I113U; May, 119Vk; No. I
hard, I117H; o. f northern, U4tt MOU:
No. 2 northern. f1.104iM4Vi.
FLOUR Firm and unchanged.
CORN No. 3 yellow, ulifi7c.
OATS-No, 8 white, 4.V4f.1V-'.
Morris A Co
Ualft 4k to
1 uuany Packing Co
Armour at co
och warts eV Co
J. vv. Mu.plty
Cudahy, ivaiinaa City.,
g A g
.Morris, Houtii t.' Paul!!
irmuur, routh til. 1'aul
Cudahy, emutn HI. Paul
Hiii at Hon
F. R. Iewls
J. It. Root 4t Co
U F. Hues
eriheiiuer at legen...
H. F: Hamilton
Mo. ak Kaa. Calf Co....
Raker, Jones 4k tl
,.4,140 t.M 1,160
CATTL&V Receipts were very light for
a vteuneaday, omy 1M cars being re
ported in and ol that number 18 cars
ware consigned direct to packs, s. having
been purchased for them at other points
and not oileied tor saie here. The ani.ais
, mi .l...ta,, verv laraelv uf kll.ers. the offer-
In.s ot feeders Le.ng iimited to 10 to 30
The total lecelpts for the week era still
the ma.leat ot an recant week and
unulloi- than a year ago by over 6.UA)
heaa. When It is remembered that no
ilwk can be shipped to tills point from
st ol the MiSBOurl river owing to the
quarantine it will be readily understood
why rece.pta of cattle are so model ate.
Wtste.n grase beef was la active) de
mand this morning and buyers were out
in good season .out Ins for supplies. Such
latt.e commanded good strong prioea. On
the other hand, cornfed beevea were more
or less nealrcted all the morning, buyers
claiming that tney weie too n.gii at tins
pi.lnt and that prices would have to be
haud. As a result the trade on cornfeds
was very slow and pricea unevenly lower.
uuotallona on Cattle: Good to choloc
cornied beoves, ISOlulAW; f'r to good
cornfed beeves, 18 0nji.00; common to fair
cornfed beeves, .7l4.ls; good to eboloe
range beeves. 67.4cqja.u0; fair to good range
heaves, I 7n4J7.40: common to fair range
beeves, iol!.76; good to eholoe graaa
he.fers, I6.ooa-7.00; good to choice srass
rows, i.764i.6o; fair to good Sradee I6W
4jA76; commin. to fair grades. 4.(36.oo;
prlmo feeders, I800tia.il; good to choice
stockers and feeders. e.7.tl6; fa r to
good stockors and feeders, tMX&M-, com.
mon to fair stockers and leeuers, 1j.us
160; stock he f era R764isl.: stock eowa.
I4.j0fi6.6o; slock caives, lo.607.0; veaj
calves. I7.fcnjlu.00; bulla, slags, etc., 14.74
At. rT. He. . Ft.
1010 1 71 II lltt 6 U
IIU T 16 6 868 I
MM0 8 M 3 -Ul 86
...ll4t 8 .1 M
J17I I 71
NTHKhri aND HIUFERaV
...ist7 116 ,
8IV- calves. MfiaUlOfiO
HOOB Receipts, 20,000 head: market,
steady; bulk of sales, I7.404V7.75- heavy,
17. 6oti 7. 75; i ackers and butchers, tf.hk&ff.W ;
light. 17 40HT7 80; pigs .rff7.ne.
dHEKP AND LAMBrV-Racelpta, ItftW
head; market lower; lambs, 18 00fr 00; '
e.irllrf '6 JJ-U7.60; wethers, i.60(4Ji0;
laav City LlTe Stock Markeit.
SIOUX ?ITT. Nov. U CATTLE Re
ceipts, 900 head; market firm; native
steers. 16.6nfl7 10; butrhers. 16W1T7.00; cn
ne s. M 3tV0ft: enlvee, 87 OO.0O; bulls,
I tags, etc,, SS.lf.fM.ii6.
HOOP Recelpta, I.BOO head; market a. .
s'-a-'e higher; heavy. f7.Mjf7.45; ii)lxe4.
- ;m : light l7.t3V64n.: bulk Of sales.
riniiiltr anh i,am re necenpta, o.ow
head; market, 16a h gher; ewes, 13. 504X160.
St. Josepki Ltvo Rtexk Market.
ST. JOSFPH, Mo., Nov. ll.-CATTI.K
Recelnts. I.enO head: market steady: stewrs,
I7.twni0.60: cows and heifers, KWUlO ::
HOGS Receipts, 14 000 head; shippers
openln steady; tor, 17.80.
rTHKKP AND LAMBS-Reoefptg, l.lol
head: market steady to weak: lambs. IX. 60
LTVBRPOOL. Nov. ll.-COTTON Spot -'n
good demand: prices quiet; American
middling far. I.t?d; good middling. 4w7d:
middling, 4 d: low middling, 4kd; good
ordinary, I.Md; ordinary, l.86d. Sales
8.000 hales. . .
Rt titrated An1e anal Drl4 Pratte
NFW YORK. Nov. It EVAPORATED
DRIKD FRUITB-Prunes, firm. Apri
cots, hardening. Peaches, dull. Raisins,
Inlata futures, Irregular; De
ls 7Sd; January, Bild,
WheaTf I j ( I
Dec. 1 1u 1 1S 1 U 1 15V4 1 UT4
May. 1 KV 1 &VI 1 tl 1 X 1 CS
Corn I ( I 1
Dec.. 68V7-WI 68 88 6HS1 68H
May. 71HtS,J 7l'i 71V4j 7m' T1H
lec.. 4Wtij 4S 484,l 48) 49,
Maylw4jf UK l."J UW 13 SI
Pork I I 1 1
Jan.. 18 36 I 19 35 I II 12'! 19 22 V 19 17U
Msy., 19 7241 II 72'iJ 19 62lJ 13 2H! 19 67TJ
Ird ( - 1 I 1 1
Jan..l 10 42; 10 42H 10 40 1 10 45 I 10 80
May.l 10 60 J 10 KVtl 10 57HI 10 40 I 10 6)
Ribs II I I I
Jan . I 10 17HI 10 27H' 10 10 10 36 I 10 17'.
Prices Wh.st: No. 1
No. 1 hard. 1
-n: No. 2 yellow, 74'"4:V,c:
low. 74'4'&74.,c; new. ,i'7'i.!
I white. 4Tnc: standard, a
red. tl 13ft1.Uk
116.. Corn: N
No. 1 yello
Oats: No. I white. 474-t8c: standard, 4a
4c. Rye: No. 2. li 03 1 04. Hurley:
wt .c. needs: iimotny, S6.iva6.ZJ: c over,
810TXigi4.uu. Provisions: Pork, 117. 5u:
lard. Ill 67t4; ribs. 'J.7t.-( 10.65.
H UTTER Higher; rreaimry, 244Xc.
EiJGS Rlgner, receipts, 8.763 ruea, at
mark. ras.s Included, 18?(.28c; ordlnarv
firsts. 26W 2410; firsts, rtwSi4c.
POTATOES) Kteady: Michigan and
Wisconsin, Imn-Clc; Dakota and Minne
sota. 3fgt3c; receipts, twenty-five cars
POULTRY Uv. hlgUer; springs,
13V; fowls. 11W13C. .
St. Loals Grain Market.
ST. 1.0118 Mo, Nov. 11.-WHKAT-No.
2 red. 81 .Nrl 12H: No. 2 hsrd. II
1.13: Dcember, ll.MH'ul.US; May. ll.Wvtf
CORN-No. 2. 74'c; No. t white, nom
inal: December, WW; May, 71f7lwPv
OATS No. 2, tjVJi No. 2 white
l.tvereool firala Market,
LIVERPOOIj Nov. II WIIKAT Hjot.
quiet; No. 1 Msnltolia, s d; No. I Man
itoba, Said; No. 3, Us 6d; No. 1 wratern
winter. i H VI. Futures, nominal.
CORN Spot, steady; American mixed
NEW YORK, Nov. 11. COFHKE The
market was easier today. Mllrela prloe.s
were unchanged In KraKll. according to
the early cables and there were compara
tively few offers In the cost and frelgltt
market but there were continued reports
that pr'mary shippers were accepting
bids at moderate concessions and it was
alao rumureJ that Canadian interests
were offering recent liiiportailons at oin-
pa'atlvely low prliea. neinano eoniiiiuea
f;ulet ana ine io'ui nui mimn iu
with Kio 7a quoted St 6'fc and Santo
t ii;c A more act ve bualn-ss was
porte.l tliro' gli the ifiildHt.ng oom-nlttee
n ,ild rontratta. With eglea or 4.aJ uags,
lecember closed at 6(ilwUc and Ju,y
Dry Goods Market
NKW YORK, Nov 11 -DRY OOODS
W-o' manufa'-turers wre reported as
ereatlv tioubled by tne Kngllah embargo
on colonial wools Worsted varna higher;
traiin I ght. Cotton gooda steady but
quiet. Lace and embroideries dull.
,w Vnrk Money Market.
SEW YORK. Nov ll.-M ERCANTILE
PAPKR f'WlO er cent.
STKRMNG HXCHANGK Kasy: sixty
lavs $4 K7; for cables, 4 lftJ; for demsnd,
fiT. IjOflH, Nov. 11 -METAIJ4 Iead,
firm. t3 37Vvv3.tu. Spelter, nominal, iv).
6 44 I...
lt I 1 t ..
Ill 176 I....
I M0 6 14 1...
14H I 84 1....
10 I 00 I....
UM I 36 1
' ALV r'.H.
it 9 et 1....
140 I 00 1....
IM 9 0
STOCK Kll.' AND
A v. Pr. No.
440 7 0
tit 9 44
1M II 40
9 stk cws.
24 cs Alifrs
I feeders.. 1112
19 cows 9M
19 steers.. ..1077
69 steers.... 961
179 I 41
1 stk hfrs.. 672
4 bulls lzsl
7 10 ,
4 25 16 steers.... 8x4
76 16 steers.. ..IO'jO
I 60 27 steers.... Ill
4 30 26 cows K76
6 14) 6 bulls 1401
36 44 calves... 827
7 25 98 steers... .1190
4 96 M rows 1
I 96 II stk. hfrs. 41A
cows 1087 I 60 16 cows 1089
26 steers.. ..1064 4 "76 11 feeders.. 901
14 heifers... 930 60
HOGS Total receipts this morning were
tho largest sine the first of Beplember,
there being 1U0 cars, or 7.1X0 head, re
ceived, of these twenty-seven cars were
consigned dlrtct to a packer, so that the
number on sale was only a trifle larger
than Tuesday. For the three days re
ceipts fool up 1I.5Z1 bead, being over I.5U0
heavier than a week ago. buwmore than
,0j short of a year ago.
The early trade was very dull, and
while shipper bought a number of hogs
that looked steady, killers' first bldg
were from a nickel to aa much as loo
lower. Sellers ware asking stronger prices
and expected a falny steady trade, and
as a result they refused to cut loose at
the pi ices they wero offered. This made
trade very dull, and it was wall along
in the foreiuon before anything like a
general movement began.
Bulk of the sales waa made at 17 403
7 66, the long suing selling at Si'.4ci7.6u.
Several loada sold up to 17.66, the high
price for the day. Killing demand Is in
very good shape. What would happen
with a large run la a matter of question.
: rtuppers have plenty ot orders, but axe
, not able to move their purchases freely.
OMAHA. Nov. 11. Bank clearings
today are II 197 771.81 and 13. 431.111. 10
the corresponding day last year,
R. 0. Druesedow and
Brennari Running a
Neck and Neck Race
The approach of Robert C Drue sod ow
almost to the ragged edga between de
feat and election to the house of repre
sentatives from Douglas county, is the
latest development In the official can- '
vasg of poll books In the election Com
missioner's office. v
Druesedow, republican, led Brennan.
democrat, by thirty-eight -vote In the
race between them for the twelfth plaoe.
on the delegation. But changes resulting
from the official canvass and the count
ing of votes sent on by mat!, has re
duced. Prueeedow's Jead te only twenty-
nve ever Brennan.
If fJrueasdow s given the election, he
ill be the seventh republican rs the)
Douglas count delegation to the house,
the other five being domoerwts. If Bran-,
nan beats Drueedow out. aa he threatens
to do. the delegation wll consist of six ;
men from each party.
The only new change In the canvgaa
of votes for the police Judge has been a
loss ot five votes by Judge Char leal E. .
Foster, which makes his lead over R..
J. Madden til, instead ot tit, as was in
dicated on Tuesday,
Voles sent in by mail are being counted -
In the police Judge race, following a
favorable opinion by . Arslataat County
Attoreney Haffke. A majority of such
votes have been for Foster.
Women Take Lively .
Part in School Vote
Women took a very lively part la the
school board election, according to fig
ures compiled by the election oosamls-
sloner la connection with the official can
vass. As counted in nine wards and
part ot the Tenth ward, the votes east
by women, as compared to those cast by
men, are as follows:
Ward. Women. Men.
Tenth (only three precincts).
Totals, I wards. I pets.... LIT! U.394
HEAVY VERDICT AGAINST
PACKERS FOR FULL AMOUNT
A verdict for 1 30.0W. the full amount
sued for, was returned promptly In dis
trict court by the Jury which heard the
cage of Peter Korea against the Cudahy
Packing company. Testimony was to the
effect that Koran, a laborer, suffered
appendicitis and permanent derangement
of his intestines as the result ef a fat!
while st work.
Another jury returned a verdict of
H.00 against the street railway com
pany and in favor of Ignos Plintkowakt
of South Omaha, who austalpvsd a skull
fracture when struck by a Ralston car
at Thirty-third and Q streets.
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