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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1914)
Hhtt: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, NOYtSMHKl. 1H, 1!M4.
llonaee aad I ettaae.
CAPITOL AVE., 8-r., modern. 3.
oi8 Aiwi Av., 6-r.. rood. rx. heat, $..
rvi Spencer. 6-r., mod. ex. hest, 111
4-ijs Decatur. 8-r.. city water. $3.
tUS Franklin. 6-r.. city water. $11.
34.' Sahler. 6-r., well, $.
1913 No. 4nh St.. 5-r . well. $7.
CREIOH. SON? COMPANY.
Douglas 200. 508 Bee Bide
PF7TF.RS TRUST CO..
12 Farnam St. Phono Douglas IW.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Futurei Suffer Losiei
Fraction! of a Cent.
cars; Mtchliran and Wisconsin, 3.'.?MV;
POULTKY-Allve, tower; prlnic. 114c;
fowl. Ho; turkeys, li"4o.
OMAHA t.r.MJIt AL M.RKKT.
SOUTH REPORTS BIO EXPORTS Wa.,f,ft
115.00 6-r. cottaaa. 1812 No. $3d.
lSOO6-r. cottage, 2107 Ohio
20.00 7-r. modern house, 2S50 Meredith
Svfln 8-r. modern house. 90iW Mason.
80.00 -r. modern, nicely (inlBhed, 351
W. H. Gates
648 Omaha Nat I Bank Bldg, I'. 1394.
torra aad Otllcea.
Two Small Offices
110.00 AND $11.00.
WiUr, Light and All Sen-tea Free.
The Bee Building
(Tha Building That la Always NwJ
Office Room, 108.
15.00 PER month, half of excellent office.
TWO ateart-heated stores, very low rant.
near postoftice, J. f. EteoDin.
Grata (he Other Nattoa .Beta a;
kipped la Larae 4aaatlHe
from Part oa the tialf
OMAHA. Nov. 17. 1914.
. BUTTER No 1, 1-lb carton. J5c; No.
l, eo-n. (una, tip
1W ' (1 I I UUn- .-Il,- tl. Vaiimb
Amer.caa. 184c; blue label Wick, he; llm
burser. i-lb.. IXV-; l-lb.. 20e; New York
white, l-o; Imported French Roquefort,
BEEF CUTS Ribs; No. 1. 18c: No. .
10c: No. S. UV. Loins: No. 1. 10y; No.
I. 164o ; No. 3, IV. Uhucks: N. 1, 14".
No. 2 Irtn- Sl. RAimrii' 'l 1.
MsSo; No. 2. 1240; No. 3. 11 V Plaice:
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET s
Killing- Cattle Changed Very Little
and FeedeT Price Strong.
? tyi t ;a y ...
.11 .. 7 HI 41 IM . .
KT H 1H 74 t 0
m ii ... it ;i jii
7 m I
f TT ... M
811 KEF During tha early hour of the
forenoon the market looked a dead as
haa lee?i seen here In aome time, nn
Ik. . . U . ti 1 1 1' ... ... . . . .. K , . t I In.
H0QS SUFFER A SEVERE BREAK h ffertna limn a late hour. Deorea.
sing influences were ma generous
BRITISH PRAISE FOR isHH!
Fat hea aad l.aaaha Trreat r-rive
Cata l.4r aad Vrrr low
Qaalltr Xat Very Good
Wheat futurea Buffered loaaea of S4S'No. I. Uc: No. . Vo! No. a. te.
yeaterday. Thle. however, waa no re-' FISH Trout. 14o; 'larae crapplea. lie;
fleotlon of the cash altuatlon. aa thn tak- aalmon. fo; halibut. ll" channel cat
lna here were confined to the offnrliiaa fish, 12o; .lke. 14; plokerel. lOo.
and amounted to S.'i,001 hu., and all of It POl'LTK Y Brollora, 14Vrc; aprlnf chick
waa for export. Theae aalra were l,24!.O00 ens, 11c; hena. 9lllc; cooka. 80; ducka,
bu. In all poaltlons. Veaeel room waa lOo; irepae, So; turkeya, I bo iilxfona. per
chartered for SS.noo bu. wheat to go to uox., c: duck a. full feathered. 10c; geeae,
Buffalo. All of the markets of the couth full feathered, So; aguHba, No. 1. II. M, No.
reported a good export trad, not only 2, M)c.
In wheat, but In rye, oaia. barley and Market quotation furnlfhed by Qlllnakl
other grain. C'oarae grain were buth Fruit company:
lower, S-olc for corn and SfiHo; fori FKL'l 1 .ianea: fCxtra fnncy Valen-
oat a. The caah trade in both these Kralna claa 9i ll'Va l?Ka 1)a ITKa avcl. 4 00 ner 1 date, aa comnarxl wiik ii.at vi
wa rattier small for the day and in- box; Ked Itall Valencia, all siaes. 1375 lIt 1!I3. nee.
per box. lemons: Fancy a. 30s, s.bn "ie J7.i4 xki.kcs w.iiw
per box; choloo Red Ball. Sfris. 16 00 Hugs 1 y,74 lil.slN 24H.U1
per box. Grapefruit ; All les, W.76 per Sheep 1W4.S&8 l.sU.l 9.1
box. Apples: Kxtra fancy Grimes Ool- The following table shows the average
den, ll.TS per box: fancy -Washington price for hogs at the South Omaha live
Qrlmes, 1 per box; extra fancv Wash- stock market for the .few daya, with
ington Jonathans, xi.m per nox; tancy, wiiinwin:
Untrained Qermani, Boyi and Middle-Aged
Men, Fight with
POtTH OMAHA. Nov. 17 1914.
Rpcelnta wrp raltla lloita. Hheen
Official Monday 4.?W b 3t g.Mfi I
Kstlmat Tuesday .... 2.600
ce.pt for a Tuesday, the absence of good
qtialltv ami the xor conditions at t'hl-i
ao ant some of the other eastern mar
krta. The packers' first bids n at
least li'- lower than yesterdsy. and fi
nally the bulk of the holdings of both
and 111 case even a greater decline was
noted. It waa lata before a clearance ! Kaejllaa Official Tresa Barraa Iaaa
The recpipt Vere estimated at aome
HMll1,xv neati, wmi me pum irom xoiiiiiik
1 nd western Nebraska, there being a
rt a I sprinkling from the Kcott s Kluff terrl
ti HV I lory and a few loala from Houth Oakota
t; KU J There were more feebler on the market
i; K?rt than was the case yesterday, and crwlng
Rl 717 w ro ui'niiniiiu urnw i iut'n . iat
eluded ltW.Ono bu. of corn and 190.000 bu.
of oata. The present weather I Ideal
for the corn crop, as It Is now In condi
tion to ahlp to almost any climate.
Business was resumed at the stock
yards yesterday morning, but trade In
the provision pit was irregular and un-
Two day this week.. ",jng
Name day last week llAnS
Same daya I wka ago.U.4s
famo days 3 wks. ao IS;M
fame daya 4 wks. go.24,I:l
Kama day last weck.IMM)
The following table hnw the receipt
VL. .t"T.."?" .na 'V?P. rlui" Ibuver to work on. The feeder trade was
thp end feeder sheep and Isntbs showsd
a lOtil.V' dpcllne from ypsterdsy's sales.
The bulk of the feeder lamba on Monday
moved anywhere from W.awi'7.11, with a
aprlitkllng of lambs varrying a little
flesh at 7.aHf7 40.
47 3M stuff the packer bought fewer lamb on dated November 10, of the movementa of
el'pts'!" tJ,"-"f7 yj' of 'a,"',lrav,,n,1 the British force and the French armlea
jT.Vik i lafge supply of offerings for the feeder h . .,,
to be massing opposite our line southeast
the pressure waa for a
I.I... l. l,..k mmm
noi oriven nome.
"Pllghtly after I o'clock the fighting
continued with unabated fury and re
sulted li gains to our allies.
F,m.rge freiin Woed.
"About 400 of the enemy advanced frem
the cover of a wood against the French,
were all hot or bnyonetted. A ire
mertdou canrnnade waa maintained by
both aldea In this direction, the alllea
pouring a hall of shells all along the
ridge facing them held by th Oermana,
and the latter bombarding some high
ground and th valley to the eaat of It
In our possession.
"Three machine gun were captured by
u during the day. On the center there
waa a rec.rudecence of activity on the
enemy' part. During the previous night
soma six battalion of ftaxon had auo
ceeded In rapturlna some of our trenches.
In Immediate touch with It: only , b arivrn oyl by a pounur Bt.
"In describing the operations for the six , , k ... ..,, . of. .nd
nays rrom Novemoer t 10 ,n can rm
that during that period the Oermana have
nowhere along our front made any attach
In great torco urh a that launched
THEY 00 TO DEATH IN DROVES
neat of th Allied
liONION. Nov. JT.-The official fresa
bureau has Issued the following account,
seventy men being taken prisoner.
Waa't Accept Defeat.
"The Oermana, however, refused te ac
cept defeat, and, returning to the charge.
-1 r? Wvtft7 40 ' ------- t"i,. ut-1 t-i, ani, rviurnina a me ensrie,
Today s dert.ne T in price, look place ,'g'nst Tpre. at the end of wtooer. . aMn
occupied aome of our trenchea and
Ite of the fact that the receipt for wnai iney may ne coniempmuna mo...- nptrated Into the wood. They were
WAXTKP TO HEXT
WANTED To rent from aomeone leaving
the city for several month a furnished
apartment, by re.laole party Reference
lurnl. heu. Aduress K 14. te. bush
WANTIlD TO RKNT-A farm on. share : against
with verythlng furnished. Addreaa C
Coppouk. SloreDoa. Neb,
ZT' !ir,7 L'"'B.;f 2rr h","H Uncy W..hlngton Iloovpr.. 11 gf-t ?. I M T TJI t W !?l ! T 70, . "V'S 7-' VtZ b.rdmPnt Inter-PPrsed with local assault. , . ' . - ' "Z rLZZ?ZZ:
The m.7;;.n?. I' ; choice Colorado Jonathans, 11.00 ,Vv. ... . t ti x w ui 1 Uuotation. on sheep and lambs: Ijimb. at dfent POnli. . ... . . . '
Wheat was Hic lower. P" . boi "W" .'U'"b"r?' ? EtI Nov." I I 7 10KI I T 7SI 10 T T K ( 7J I good to choice. eVJ; mb fair to. lMr....pn, ,,,11' Fire. -ZZ Zh
0..nZZStCXr. Mx; ex fary1 W.ngt' niuclo',; U'T.'t At T. " tr "A. regards their artillery attack. W,n great boldness, sapping up towlthln
tTearaicea w?A 8 Vheit and flour ! ter box; New York Greenlnge. ls.00 J 'W' $ V . U,' 19I 700 yeaillnga. good to choice 7.40trj.KO; year- which have now continued without cessa- " di.t.nce of our trenches Soma
equal to 427.000 pulheli corn, none; oat. ! Per barrel New York Ijaldwi,,. . periKSv. l. ? ? M f 71 IS 7 Jo i " .'"faI n'tVu, ood " "r la aroused a. to f ' !. 31
174.000 bushels ' I barrel. Pears: California Clargleus. 5.28,Nov. ?. 7 S5 a i 71 I 14l 7 MM I I 71 o choir. n.mfMl cthra " J P""?:' ,h, ..n,,tr. of anrnitt... tb p,"ner' C',Hurel th" dU
L4vrpool opening: Wheat c higher; per box; extra fancy n Anlous, s.w per t nov. j u.17 Oil 7 7 W 00).4n; weiner. .w 7. .. i.. , ,.AnA wma v,Ty "n- They stated that their
corn. Vc hiaher. box. Oram: California Emperors. 13 50 m . '.T,'1.,,, 1 . 1 :o 141 ees. good to choice. ta.WuVvW). ewes, nitlon will cease, for it baa not produced . . ,,., , ...,
Primary wheat reeelnts were t.SH.onO tier barrel California Fmnrrora. 1.7S ner K-J 1 V uui , 4 V. 111 4 mi l !il I U fair to good. I5.1.VH6.I0; ewca, feeder. . h.f..,i i,.,,i,(.rt .rfpet of hrek-l-. .. ... "
el and shlDmeats l.Mt.fMO bushels, erate: Malacas. a5.no Der ke. Bananaa: K." 11. t u i u U m I r t u 1 Tid ( tl ! M.7i-4.M. ! . ,t. I "'cengtnen tne arno wun new recruit
receipts of UM.Oiw bushels and . Per bunch 1.7Mi 3 oa iw la . '. ; i.Z' i k. , Z. ta um.li Representative sale : ,n "'"'" " f"-t'-" - w ho had recet ed only a few week' train-
FARM at RANCH L.AMU9 FOR SALB
to DOWN and 15 monthly buy 40 acres,
grain, fruit, poultry land, near town;
price, $220. 110 monthly buya no acres.
Write for list cheap land. Box 42&-W,
Shipments Of I.O72.O0O bushels last year.
Primary corn receipt were 1,027,000 bush
el and shipments 3M,00. bushels. aKalnst
receipts of S63.0O0 bushels and shipments
of 413,0110 bushels last year. Primary oat
receipts were TM.oOO bushel and ehtp
ments 74S.OOO bushels, against receipts of
97,OM bushels and shipments of 69,U00
bushel last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oata
California. lo Nov. ll 7 s7U 7 7fc 1 sl 7.l I.T SSI 0 71
FOR SAI-R Eighty acre of irrigated
land in the most prosperous county In
the state of Nebraska, all In altalfa;
good house and barn, and good well.
Will sell for o0 per acre If taken at
once. Write or Inquire for S. S. Morrow,
Mitchell, Neb., for term.
Kansas City ....
hard winter: 1 car, $l.UbH.'No. 1 hard win
ter: 1 car. JI.W; 1 car. ll.OH'i; 6 rara,
1 W; 1 car, 1.0.'.; 1 car, tl.OoH; 1 car,
$1.06. No. 4 hard winter: 1 car, II. Of;
1 car. 11.04. No. 4 mixed: H car, SI. 04;
H car, I1.02H. No. t durum: 2 car.
11.12V- No. i durum: 1 cars, $1.12; I car.
$1,114. No. 3 durum mixed: 1 car, $1.04.
X)vm Vr. 4. 1 US... V r. 1 ' 1 u r ft.P
Beat uniiy and genera, t.uv aiate In th lrMN'A i .ho. 1' .r" KiiLr No a
Union; aotUor wanted; land for al at i white: s'car. 61c. No. 3 white: 1 car,
low price, on easy terms. Ask for book- , eiuc. No. 5 white: 1 car, sic. No. 1
mt S4 fin Wiacrtnaln Central i -a nri Clrmnt 1. . , . , i,. x. 1 1 n ... .
ttate acrea wanted. Write about our 1 giic. No. 3 yellow: 1 'car. 61Vc; 4 car,' Per ack. 4.fl0; per doxen, 73c,
gTaaing lands. If interested in fruit landa, biC; 1 car, 60Vc. No. 5 yehow: 1 car, 'er Iour',. 1
n r uwribi on aiiv urtiwrui ia . KUMiC. No. 6 VC lOW: 1 Car. WC, INO. I
per pound. Pecans: Per pound. 13Hc
Jumbo, 18e per pound. Filberts: Per
pound, IV; long naplcs, Uc'per pound.
VEUETAIU-KS - Cauliflower. $2.60 per
crate. Cabbage: Per pound, lHc Cu-
; cumbers: Two doaen box, liSO. Celery:
I Michigan, S5c per dueen; Denver Jumbo
j 7rie per doxen. Pepers: Per basket. 60c.
Tomatoes: Per basket, $1.26. 1-ettuee:
835 Head, 6H-I1.60 per dozen; lest, 40e per
... doxen. Onions: Bhallots, 60c per dozen.
... ' Radishes: Per doxen, 50c. On.ons: Yel
K low, Sc per pound; red, lHo per pound.
14 1 Horseradish: Per case. II. C Oarllo:
St ; Italian, per pound, 10c. Potatoes: Idaho,
,.. I Ion tipr hunhpl! ltAd River Ohloa. Sm- npr
1 bushel: Minnesota whites. 60 per bushel.
Kwoet Potatoes: Per barrel, $3.00; Jersey,
$1.7S per hamper.
MISCELLANEOUS Popcorn : Shelled,
per pound, 4o. Dates: Hugar walnut,
11.40 ner box. Almonds: Per Dound. 20c
Mines: Per box, $1.7b. Cracker Jack: j Morris Co
Per case, $3.60; per half case, $1.74.1 Hwlft and Company.
C heckers: I'cr caxe, H.tK); per half caso.icuuahy 1'acktng CO.
xi. ib. Dates: Dromedary, s.i.uu per case.
Honey: Per caa. $3.50. Fig: Twelve
12-ounce. per case, 5c. Cider: I'er keg,
$3.00; per half barrel, $500. Cocnanuts:
141 7 Tuiil 7 741 7 aUel i'l 7 74i .
151 7 fti 7 all Jl 7 6l 7 971
16! 7 1 I 7 031 Sit 7 3t " Bj( 5 M
17 7 M 7 S Ml i f 44' 7 Ml H M
Receipta and dlsiosltlon ol dve stock
at the Cnlon stock yards, Houth Oroaha.
tor twenty-four hour ending at I o'ciook
o, m. yesterday :
KEt E1I TB CARR.
Cattle. Hogs.Bheep. II f:
Union Pacific 20
C. A N. W.. west... 19
C Bt. P. M. A O... t
C, B. Q.. east
C, It. W . west
C, R. I. T., east. ..
Total eecelnts. . .101
Cattle. - Hogs. Sheep.
.... 8X2 l.tk.7 2
.... CSo I,K1 2.;i77
40 16 t
63 IS $
132 tl 1
Wlaoonsin. Address Land Dept.,
LJne uy., Minueupoiia, Minn.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANuE
WANTED Omaha cottage and two lota
in exchange for good ltiu-acre Colorado
land. Will pay small cash difference.
QUICK SALES CO.,
418 Bee Bids.
WANTED Omaha property In exchange
for farm land and merchandise stock.
QUICK SALES CO.,
418 Bee Bldg.
HIGHLY Improved Red River valley
farm; can accept some trade. Writ
for Hat. Huxley-Brown, liarneaville, Minn.
FARMS FOR RENT
Dairy Farm For Rent
On West' Dodge ' baved road,' best lo
cated dairy farm nar Omaha; 4V mile
from city; 110 acres; 40 acre pasture, 40
acres ajfatfa, and 30 acres farm land;
large barn accommodating 47 head cow
and with large hay storage capacity;
$1,600 per year.
Georgo & Company,
Phone V. rot. 903 City Nat. Bank Bldg. o
mixed: 2 car. 81c. No. 2 mixed: 1 car,
60Vtc; 1 car, 60c. No. 3 mixed: S car.
6c. No. 6 mixed: 2 cars. 6c. No. 6
mixed: 1 car, 60c. Sample: 1 car, old,
oc. Oats Standard: 1 car. fcc: 1 car,
45c. No. 3 white: 4 cars, 46c; 3 cars, 44 c.
No. 4 white: 1 car. 44c.
Omaha Caah Prices W heat: No. 2 hard,
$l.UtfQU'8: No. $ hard, $l.t)u4jl.0i; No. 4
hard. e0$1.0utt; No. 2 spr.ng, $1.04VaM-07;
No. $ spring, $1.01 Vrf 1.06; No. 4 spring,
c4j$1.04; No. 2 durum, $l.lln1.12'x; No.
3 durum, $1.10H1.12. Corn: No. 1 white,
tlHii'vDtC; No. 2 white, 6immc; No. 3
white. 61;ic; No. 4 white, 6ui(gilc; No.
5. white, 60ViSi61c: No. white, 6060c:
No. 1 yellow, 1&14c; No. 2 yellow, 61
trfilHc; No. 3 yellow, SOHSIVic; No. 4
yellow, 604tJ61c; NO. 5 yellow. OOfcamo;
No. 6 yellow, BNtUc; No. 1 mixed, 6o5i
(651c; No. t mixed, 604imc; No. $ mixed,
69fcU0c; No. 4 mixed, WtiSOc; o. 6 mixed,
6&Va60c; o. 6 mixed. 694(60c. Oat No. 2
white, 45ViiM&Hc; tandard, 4r.i845'4c: No.
$ white, 4445c; No. 4 white, 4444'c.
Rarley: Malting, lfa72o; No. 1 feed, 600
60c Rye: No. 3, 874?18c; No. 3, 8709714c.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abaUaot olfic. $0$ 8. 17th Bt
Fhone Douglas UH7.
HEED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
fice in Nebraska. 20$ Biandei Theater.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
CITY and larrn loaua, t. 6, 6 per cent.
J. H. Dumont A Co.. l6oa Farnam, Omaha,
WANTED City loan. Pter Trut Co.
OMAHA hum. Eaat Nebraska farm.
O'KEEFE REAL. EttTA'i'ni CO.,
1016 Omaha Natl. Douglas 2711
UAKK1HON i MORTON. 16 Out. Natl.
O AEV1N BROS. tSSA ftMXt
WTD Farm loan Klok Inv.Co. Omaha
WANTED City toan and warrant. W.
Farnam Smith at Co.. 1320 Farnam.
CITY, property. Large loan a specialty.
W. II.. Thomas, tis atate Bank Bidg.
110 to $lo,0u0 inatl prumptiy. F. O. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 18th and t-arnam Sts.
MONEY on hand tor city ana I arm loans,
H. W. Binder. City Natl. Bank Bldg.
riTV tlANfl l!.n.l..l'urllu..a
0 lllk311 Rranil.li 'I k.. .r '
SEE us first If you want a farm loan,
United Slate Iruat Co.. Omata. Nab.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
The Lot Free
If you have around $1.6u0 cash to ay on
elegant . new bungalow, oak and white
enamel finish, modern, will sell on term;
but CABH TALK8 FAST. GO SEE IT.
1714 Bahler. Webster 4193.
REAL ESTATE WEST 8IDE
Sixty High Class
Sold by fihuler Cary In Poppleton
Tark Addition In a two day sale.
Eighty good lot left to select from.
Sale continues today and atf 'day until
all lot are trstfl.
Office on Ground
at 44th and Chicago St. Salesmen will
take care of you when you visit th
Phone Douglas 4233.
and our machine will call for you. Many
good home ' are planned for Immediate
construction. Call at our office tor map.
and price list
Shuler & Cary,
VA Stat Bank Bldg.
Featarea of the Tradla;.a Cloln
Prices oa Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Nov. 17. Active buying,
supposed to ho largely for eastern ex
porters, rallied the wheat market today
in the last hour, notwithstanding that
previously the bears n4 control of price
moat of the tlmo owing to the piling up
of stocks Steadiness ruled at the close,
which was obov last night.
Corn finished unchanged to I-I60 otr.
oats at a shade advance ana provisions
down lS-SHe. . , .
Supposed difficulty In obtaining ocean
vessel charter made tbe enlarged domes
tic supply of wheat look formidable until
the seaboard apparently began to take
the Initiative in earnest cn in ouu siue.
Besides the alleged Inadequacy of the
available freight carrying facilities on
the Atlantic, assertions tnai me wneai
movement to Udwater waa largely
blocked at Buffalo had formed an addi
tional reatralnt on the bull. On the
other hand, the fact that at the same
time Europe was complaining of world
shipments much under requirements
seemed to cut no figure for a while, but
attracted eager attention when the rally
got fairly under way.
Many snona in ni ucv.n ...".
npH nn the unturn In th market, and
they covered with a suddenne tht gave
price for a few minute a decided whirl.
in me ena opinion bcchum M.,
that eelling of late had been corsiderably
Corn rallied wun wneai. uunm ma
greater part of the leswon, however, the
market wa weak owing to clear cold
weather that wa ideal for handling new
IDta were swayed mainly by the ac
tion of other cereals. Country offering
appeared small ana snippm
Liberal receipt of hog at western
center caused a break In the provision
market- A good deal (i tne seiuug cam
from packers, who were influence some
what by report that lS.COO tierces of lard
ordered from the Unled Btate to Copen
hagen had been stopjied and taken to
Artlclel Open.! Hlgh.l tw. 1 Clo-?.Te'y.
May. 1 aov
Jan.. I i vu
iHI 1 1Rh 1 IS'
iHH2l4Vil I IV
134 1 14'16l
IP 1 21V
71 70, fl
10 XTkh0 06-07
10 60 t 10 60 I WW
New York General Mskrt.
NEW YORK, Nov. n.-SUOAR-Rsw,
steady; molasses, S.36i; centrifugal, 4.01c;
refined, steady; cut loaf, 6.00c; crushed.
690c; mould A, 6.6&c; cube. 6.36c; XXXX
powdered, 6.2cc; powdered, 5.20c; fine
granulated, 6.10c; diamond A, 6.10c; con
fectioners' A, 5.00e; No. 1, 4.85c
BUTTER Weak : receipts, 13.714 tubs;
creamery extras (92 score). 3ftc; creamery
(higher scoring), 33Hc; creamery first.
UB'x'OW.Sc; ladles, current make firsts,
22Hj23c; seconds, 21Vn22e; packing stock,
current make No. 2, 21tj'J1Hc.
8HEE.SI--Steady; receipts. 3.315 boxes:
.Hate whole milk, fresh colored specials.
15rlEV4c; state whole milk, white, lEc;
state whole milk white, 14415c; skims,
EQGS Irregular; receipts, 12,494 case;
fresh gathered, extra fine. 39 41c; extra
firsts, 37fJ8c; firsts. 34:c; seconds, 27
Wto; stato and nearbv- hennery white,
5ni&67c; state and nearby fresh gathered
whites, &2f855c; state and nearby gathered
browns and mixed colors, 34ft 41c; state
and nearby hennery browns, 40(jj44c.
rui Liur uressert, quiet; western
roasting chickens, 17W20c; fowls, fresh
12'4'618c; froxen turkeys, 17Hr22c. Alive!
n.t.uj, nriinn. iliuteni, 14OT14C; fOWlS
13'ul4'tc; turkeys, 18c.
Kaaaa f'ltr Grain sad ProTlaloa.
if A Ma a a niTr i v . .
No. 2 hard. $l.06441.07: No.'l red, $1.0a
OATS-No. I white, 6Alc; No",
BUTTER Creamery, 32c; firt.
seconds, 27c; packing stock, 21c.
EOCS-Flrsts. 27c; seconds, 22c.
POULTRY Hens, 12o ; roosters,
mixed, 64c; No. 2 whit.
63Sc; May, 6S,H684o.
Armour A Co
Bohwart A Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co 31
Bunion, VamSant & L... 33
Hill A Bon 41
F. B. Lewis 23
J. H. Root A Co 34
J. 11. Bulla 18
K F. Htisg 7
Wartheimer Dogen... 61
H. F. Hamilton 40
Sullivan Bros 20
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.... 24
Meyer , 1
Tanner Bros 93
John Harvey 28
I). A 8 3$
Other buyers 172
2W Oregon feeder lambs
200 Oregon Is nibs
160 Oregon lambs
M Oregon lamba
17 Oregon lambs
14 Oregon lamb. 1
I6.1 Oregon lambs
124 Oregon lambs
168 Oregon lamba
231 Oreaon lambs
!: Colorado lambs
233 Colorado lambs
162 Colorado lamba
16 Nebraska ewes
31 Nebrsska feeder lamb...
246 Nebraska feeder lamba...
141 fed lamb
6J fed ewes
61J Pouth Dakota lamb
Ht fed lambs
8 fed yesrllngs
24 fed yearlings
CHICAGO I.IVB STOCK
.... 89 76
it. vance or their nraniry i.
T ift ... -. .. . . L .U. ' "
, . . --par tbp ina inignirvmpn IlllVIt U1TT-11 tug i.ai .... ......
8 l . - V, J . i ' inrougnout tne recent righting, Sun-
M Wednesday November 4 they rnsred NoVrroh,r , w n .XM.ptlnn to th.
55 "ttsek. east of Ypres. but the r effort u,p 0) ,he , m(f
J ,bore no resemblance to those which pre-! qil,.u BO far ,,, BrlUllh w.
a H5 cenea ti, neing nine in nm nii cerned
6 86 demonatratlnn In force tnn a enou ai-
" tempt to drive In our line, and waa beaten
off with eaue.
tattle Weak o Flfleea Oats Lowe
lloaa Weak to Lower.
CHICAGO. Nov. 17. CATTLE Receipts,
3,000 head; market weak to !6o lower:
beeves, $6.O0falO 80; steers. $5.60Ii9.2fl; row
and heifers. $.1.76(&9.40: calves, $8.00itll.M.
HOU-Recelpt, 23,000 head: market
weak, 2oT25o lower; hulk, $7.mxir:.60; llKhi.
$7.2ufri7.70; mixed, $7 204f7.5; heavy, $7.1.Vd
7.75: rough. $7.10ra7.2.-.; pigs, $4.004i6.W.
SHEEP AND LAM BB Receipts, 15.0D0
head; market steady; aheep. $rt.60 7.60;
yearlings, $6.5tX97.60; lamba, $. 609 06.
Mlaaeapoll Grala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 17. WHEAT
""mw, i.i.i'; ftiay, ii.is7.; No. 1
hard. $1.18i,;, No. 1 northern. $1,174; No.
2 northern, $1.UHfel.lo4.
COIIN-No. 3 yellow, 58ig62c.
OAT8-N0 3 white, 464t(46c.
Liverpool Grala Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 17.-WHEAT-8pot
steady: No. 2 Manitoba, 8s9d; No I
8s 6d; No. 2 western winter, 8a 64d. Fu
tures n.it quoted.
i.ui(.-r.pot. ami; American mixed.
December. 6s 64d : ?
January. (" 7d.
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. t
red" il.l$4U4; No. I' Aird.
1141. Cor: NQy fe yellow. 7H3no;
new. vn?o So. w-llow. ravfcjro:
new. 66VUO6C, OaU: No. I white, 47,
ttV4c; "tandard. 4V,494. ".
$1.(56 . Bartey: S,ed,:r, Timothy.
$3.7fy&5.2: clover. $lu.00tl'14.U0. PTOVtsions:
Pork. $17.60; lard. $11.20; rib, $8 76'10.75.
BUTTKK Lower; creamery. 24i632c.
E'JQS-H.gher; receipt. t.VH ces; at
mark, eases Included, "(f2o; ordinary
firsts 2h 77 He; frts 30443364c
l'OTATOKS I'nsettled; receipts, 62
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
New, modern s-room bouse, 8. 36th Ave.,
near Wool worth. Good reason for selling,
price, $4,800; worth $6,000.
t-room new bungalow. 2Sth near Wool
worth Ave. Dandy snap. $3, 44s.
I room close, in, 18th and Cass. $4,300.
6 rooms, modern, fin yard, plenty of
fruit, shade; lot 6xl50; 23d St.. near Laird.
A snap, $2.t'. Phona D 7.
LEAL ESTATE M ISfJELLANEOUS
On account of pour health, I offer for
ale my property, cloae to depot; good
location for restaurant and lunch room;
can keep grocer. e in conceoli jC Wilis
E. Wslach, Ked Cloud. N
AS CERTAIN benevoUnt rii. inn1
recently donated a splendid property
well locate! In Omaha (coualating of
houses and lots! Xn a worthy charitable
institution In another atate. those rep
resenting the aam desire to sell this
e.tate at 00c. and if sold within the
next ten day the purchaser will secure
a bargain that I only possible a few
Imes In a life time. This 1 no "Sharper
Real Estate Deal." but a bonaflde offer
from tha person authorised to eil vhis
property at once, that the needs of the
charity for which It waa so gt-nroun)y
given may derive the benefit that the
donors of this flno estate Intended.
Vbon Re I ., and you will be called
upon regarding U1 at ono.
t. Loala Grala Market.
ST- L?l'IS.. Nov. 17,-WHEAT-No. 2
red. tl.08ffl.i0: No. 2 hard, $1.121 124'
December, $1,114: May, $1.18. "7,
CORNNo 2, 66ffi68c; No. t whits, 683
684o; Deeinber, f,c; May, 70S.
OATS-No. 2. 47fr474c; No. white, 44o.
. Coffee Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 17.-COFFEE-Rathcr
more business was reported in
the coffee market today and the tonn waa
generally steady. Itlo exchange on Lon-1 1
don wa Sd lower at the close last night.
inere was rather a better demand for
st-ot, with Rio 7s quoted at tta and
Santos 4s at 10c. Hales through the
liquidation committee amounted to 8 760
bags. December closed at 6.35gif,.8io;
March, 6.74rj.5.Tc; May, 5.9416. 98c; Jnly.
6.70tfS. Warehouse deliverle continue
liberal. Arrivals reported in New "fork
today were 16.694 bags, making HLOjO
bags during the last two days.
NEW YORK. Nov. 16 M ETALS Tin:
Easy at $22. 60033. 2$. Copper: Electrolytic,
$11 iu 12.00; castings. ill.6Jvuil.76. Lead,
Spelter. J.U.a.iS. iron, quiet
Jt Lendon Copper: Standard. 63; fu
tures, rbfel 12 d. Tin. il38 Ills; futures,
137 10s; (trait. 14$ 10c. Lead, 1.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., Nov. 17.-METAL8-Lead.
higher at $3.6uu3.6t4; spelter,
higher at $4.8utJ4S.oo.
Oasaha Hay Market.
OMAHA. Nov. 17.-PRAIRIE HAT
Choice upland. $10 .Swynt.Ou; No. 1. $10.0U9
10.60; No. 3, $l.0twl0.00; No. $. K(kIM.
Choice midland, $10.60; No. U $9.6010.00;
No. 3. $8.014X1.50; No. $, $6.00&.u0. Choice
lowland, $3.UU; No. 1, $S.u0; No. 2, $6.0ud
7.00:. No. t, $4 00tj.00.
STRAWWJhoice wheat la quoted at
$5.S0te.00; choice oat or rye, $6.0or& 60.
ALFALFA Choice, $13.00; No. 1, $11009
li; No. i. $10.0qU.00; No. , $8.0G&10.00.
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 17 MERCANTILE
PAPER 6Va,ri Pr cent.
STERLING FXCHANOE-Steady; sixty
day bills, $4 8476; for cable. $4 8$; for
81 1.VKH Bar, 4;.
LONDON. Nov. 17. SILVER Bar. 334
MONEY 14 Pr cent. y
DIS'Ol'NT RATES Short and throe
month' bills. 3 per cent.
Evaporated Apple sad Dried frails
NEW YORK, Nov. 17. EVAPORATED
DRIED FRUITS Prune, firm. Apri
cot, steady. Peach, firm. Kaiain,
OMAHA. Nov. 17. Hnk cloartnga for
Omaha today were II TVt 811. and for th
cc.-rcsjJocrlini dy Ik;; year. IAli.944.lHl
CATTLE RecelDt were verv small to
day, only ninety-eight cara all told being
reported In the yards. For the two day
thla week receipt foot up 7,2w8 head, be
ing the smallest of any similar perlor
for the last four month and smaller than
a year ago by over half. Chicago, which
opened for bu.ns yesterday, was a
disturbing Influence in the market today,
early reports from that point indicating a
decline of 16fj25c with the trade very
In spite at that fact the market at this
poini 01a not mow very much change,
price in the main being very much like
they were yesterdsy.
Cow and heifer opened out fully
l,,.d.y nd c,lve- hut later on became
a little alow under Influence of adverse
Irom eastern consuming points.
While the demand for f ma l... .......
?fft ,,mit'1 th receipt of that kind of
cattle were so light that the few here
rh'UiL,001'. J!5nr c'"- th most of
them baing picked up early In the morn-
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
e 'f: dbfi ''r'to good corn!
.vu lo: common to fair
corn-fed be-es. $6..00; choice to
prime range beeves, $s.0Oin8.9ri; -ood to
choice range beeves. $7.40(68.00; fair to
fl'.0,'1 5?D"! heeves, $6 76fl7.4uj common to
fair range booves, M.oOjptl.75; good to
cholc heifer. Vi.bmiM; good to choice
cow. $5.76ij.7C; fair to goSd ")
5.75: COmmOn tO fait- nnu,. , Ln.'... n.r.
f,-od. lo. c.noir "'ockers and feeders. $,.20
A'-r. t0 d stockers and feeder,
$6.60&7.20; common to fair stockers and
I'""'- w.swue.ou: stock hsltsrs. ItToS
.e r - " - n.u.ou. ,un: caivrs,
XZF-Xi 'M"- buii
At., rr. N.. a. pr
1 IM its
.......MM s M II im , ,J
STccKS AND HElFEita.
404 7 w
iiu i n i
460 t 16
11. 6 St 1
lis I 60
M 18 I ,
at M ti
J& I OS 1 ,
8 t 1 lit 7
W ' 1 MS 74
' 40 1 U40 0
52 J " 1" 7 10
18S 8 8 1 110 144
146 18 M 1 144 14 SO
STOCK iww AND FEEDE.ws,
I!1- '44 6 81
4 I .
6 i. fe 7 so
7M T f Ml I
HOOS Receipt were the hvlest for
soma lira, isu car, or 8,(00 head, being
Kaaa City Live Sleek Maraurt.
KANSAS CITY. Mo. Nov. 17. CATTLE
Receipts, IMilu head; market weak:
prime fed steers, $10.0uM1.00; dressed beef
.too, 18 rtKitft TT.: western stpers, $7 Oty
9 75; stockers and feeders, $6.00ir.00; bulls.
$5.25i7.PO; calves. $6.5tvt'10.6O.
' HOOS Receipts, 28.0OT) head; market
lower: bulk of sales, r.&O.TB; heavy,
$7.60(1)7.65; packers and butchers, $7.5fy
7.8B: light, r7.fifl7.80; pigs, $6.76417.75.
SHEEP AND LAMt-tH Keceipts, o,i
head; market lower; lamba, $.0or9 00;
yearlings. t.WQ1M; wethers, $3.6066.50;
lad Hee.n Reinforced.
t 6ft "Tty then our men had been reinforced.
J had enjoyed some rest and had had time
j to Improve their trenches In different
6 S.". way. Moreover, tha consciousness that
x sni th"y h,(1 'IVpll, on" rt effort of the
5 Si enemy wa a moral faotor of no small
"Farther to the aouth. on our left cen
ter, the French advanced under cover of
our gun and made some progress In spite
of the heavy fir brought to bear on thsm
from th enemy' massed batteries. On
our center all waa quiet.
"On our right our -Indian troop scored
a success by capturing and filling In some
trenche In which the enemy had estab
lished himself, only fifty yard from c T
line, under cover of some heavy artillery
brought up after dark.
Knock Oat Max-bin (
.... I.,. .... . , 1. n , I . --
Y , " 1 " i. . . ' f one small section of our line wera
batteries, whose fir wa being most ef-i
! fectlvcly directed, selected as Its flrot ... " ' , ...
target a farm from which a machine gun I , J V .1 .V .
. , . .,.,. ,, j . j fell back alightly. while farther south, to
wa hsrraaslng our Infantry. It scored a,
... .u- w.rkM ., he norh ' h Ly. he continued to
To the southeast of Yprrs the
French continued to give u considerable
support and pressed forward. At t:30
p. m. the dally attack on our line wa
made, tht time In force to the north of
the Menln-Ypre road, and again the
enemy succeeded temporarily In piercing
our front. They were driven back, how
ever, and all the ground tost by us was
regained before dark. After this repulse
107 dead Germans were counted In front
of one battalion, the total hostile force
engaged being estimated at 3.000.
Attended with Heavy Loss.
"These strong attack were accompanied
or preceded by attempt to pre at other
points, which wr usually attended with
heavy loss. An Instance of the cost to
the enemy of these subsidiary operations
occurred on this day, when on ot our
battalions killed forty-seven Germans
thi number being actually counted In
front of our trenchea and captured fifty
on. It is calculated that on Sunday their
raeualtics in killed and wounded In front
Klous City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, la., Nov. 17. CATTLE
Receipta, 80 head; market firm; native
steers, $6.00tr8.60; butcher. l5.1iHi7.00;
cowa and heifers, $4.6iVf:6.t5; cannera, $4.26
(iS.OO- on Ives, $6.00t(9.60; bulls, stag, etc,
HOGS-receipts, 6,000' head: market,
lrdiiOo lower: heavy. $7.40rir7.46; mixed,
$7.374tr7.40; light, $7.3507.374; bulk of
SHEEP AND LAMRS-nerelpts, 3,600
nesd; market steady to oc lower; ewe,
$5.0o; lamb, $8.25u8.73.
I. Loal Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Nor. 17. CATTLR-Ro-ceipt.
4.100 head; market lower; native
beef steers, $7.6fi 10.75; cowa and heifers
85.00iri9.25; stockers snd feeders, none
southern steers, $5.7541.7. 7B: cows snd heif
ers. 64. nort. on; native calves, $6.0011.25.
HOOS-Recelpts, 13.000 head; market
lower: Plga and lights. $8.0O4!7. Z: mixed
and butchers, $7.25(&7.'0; good heavy, $7.40
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Reeetpt. 5.SO0
head; market, lowpr: native muttons. $4.76
n.ou lamos. 8s.UMjjv.oii.
St. Jnarpn LIT stock Market.
PT. JOSEPH. Mo.. NOV. 17. CATTLE
uaceipis. 2-jm head; market ldv;
steers. $7.0fK;;i0 .VS; cow and heifer, $4.6f9
8.60; calves, $.00i,60.
HOGS-Receipt. J7.000 head; market
uuti nn.i inwrr.
BHB.EP AND LAMnSRcelMa. t.000
icau, lairiDi inwer; lamp, fs.ijQV.VK
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 17-DRY OOODg
The sale of 1.0O0.00O yards of wool over
costings for wsr purposps reported. Cot
ton goods steady. Yarns steady.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 17. COTTON Spot
quieter; prices unchanged; American
middling, 4 Wd. Sales. 60iO bales. ,
NEW YORK, Nov. 17 -RIIQ A R Raw,
firm; centrifugal, 46ifr4.07r; molasses
sugar, 3.361i3.42c. Refined, unchanged.
Bryan Is Peeved at
Should Not Act So
'WASHINGTON, Nov. 17. Secretary
Drvs so laijt ait i at mat . tAila v glr1
l&nLS? ?. Wit $. m.k.n.
bead over laat week, but neariy 4,uu 'Inquiries of It minister In Ecuador and
mailer than last year. I Colombia for Information about alleged
f TTtr- haf r "thouii,ht
KXI2UO decline, they quit buying almost of Interfering In the remotest way with
entirely when other markets started re- the governments of the Latln-Amorlcart
porting breaks of high as sue. I ack-: countries "
srs failed to even bid on the eany trade, j " ,,
and when they did atart looking aroui.j The first statement follow:
their offers wsre nearly 3uc lower than "Some of the paper hav entirely mis-
testerday. Seller naturally held on for , understood the purpo and scops of the
stter money, and aside from th atuif .,-, j w. .,, ....
bought by shipper coming moved dur-. Inquiries made. We lmply asked 4 tir
ing the early part of th forenoon. After representatives to ascertain th fact erd
hoimog on uutu art.r w o ciock, how- there haa been no thouaht of Interf4rln
In th remotest way with th govern
ments of th Latin-American countries.
"No seaueat for Interference tiaa been
hB ZtXHL f"??'' M T"Tr"7er; y either Grsat Britain or Fra-tcs.
working for higher pr.ee. Instead of , . . ., ...
strengthening un. values continued to It would soem a If at a time Ilk this
ae off gradually, dropping to fiat 30c th newspaper of thi country would
ndeavor to assist th government lo
stead of attempting to embsrras It by
mo t m
hi 7 r.
. M I 7i
ver, eom elier cut loose at th price
packer had been offering, that Is, around
$7.80. ' I
siuvement waa very slew, even after
lower basis, and on down until some of
ine last sates wsre a much aa 8c lower.
Trade waa axtramiiltf sruw all ihn..,.h
and at noon there were still a fw load' mUlnUrpretatlon and Inexcusable mis-
Ths average trade is all of toe lower
he decline being scattered all the way
from a lofriMic drop in shipper to tbe
8&W400 break In killing grade. Shipping
as want to km.., . .
spread of 17 4041 $6.
- ju oreaa in aunng grades,
purchasea were mad largely t
7.16. tops reaching $7.80, while
bulk of the offering went to kil
a. . Pt
...44 10 T 40
...44 24 7 41)
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...II 49 T 4
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...ill ... 7 4
let 7 47tt
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construction of what It doe."
ITALY WILL GIVE ALL
Mn p TO CHISTMS SHIP
WASHINGTON, ov. 17.-It1y will glv
all asslstanoo posslbl to tho Christmas
sh'p Jason. Ambassador Thomas Nelson
Page reported today tho Italian minister
for foreign affair had replied to request
for free .transportation of th Jason
Christmas' gifts through Italy, with th
statement that ths Italian government
"will gladly extend every welooms and
hospitality in the port of Genoa to th
Christmas ship Jason, and that every
courtesy and fertt'ty possible will ba ren
dered tha vecael on tU arrival at that
the machine gun.
"The second targ.t wa a house occu
pied by snipers. This was set slight by
a hell and when th occupant bolted
they came under the rapid fire of the In
fantry, Th third target ws another
building, from which the German were
driven and then were caught In the open
by shrapnel. On of our heavy batteries
also obtained Mveral direct hit on the
enemy' gun a
Comparative ft a let.
"Thursday, November S, was soother
comparatively quiet day, there being no
attempt at an Infantry attack against
any point of our position. Southeast of
Ypre th Germans maintained a heavy
bombardment of one section of our front,
but generally peaklng their artillery fire
wa not o heavy a it had been some
what to tha south.
"Th French mad alight progress and
recaptured om ground farther to the
aouth. Two village which the nemy
had captured and their line of rldgs close
by were heavily bombarded by British
and French artillery from the high
ground to the west. The effect of thi
cannonading could be seen to some ex
tent, though th village under fir were
partially obscured from view by th
smoke of bursting shell end resembled
the crater of volcanoes belching fir and
"At one place th gaunt wreck of an
old church tower and th blackened re
mains of a few house around It would
emerge for a moment, only to bo again
blotted out In a pall of smoks.
Seem rd to Melt Away.
"The lone and straggling villages, when
they became temporarily visible, seemed
to melt away and assume odd and fan
tastic shape a th houses crumbled
nd block of maaonry were thrown
hither and thither by the blasting effect
of the lyddite and melinite.
"The result of the alllea' artillery
work wa moat satisfactory. Whan th
German war seen to be running from
helter, w hich had ceased to set ss such,
they were caught and mowed down by
the rapid fire of the French artillery,
Against a suitable target the action of
the French field gun la literally terrific
and must be seen to be realised.
"On ths whole, tha ground which the
Germans have gained has so far proved
a somewhat barren acquisition. It I so
exposed that It proves a death trap for
their troop and they ran dorlve no ad
vantage from It possession.
"All along tha rest of our lino nothing
of special Interest occurred.
Planes Near aeooaa.
"Farther south our aeroplanes and
those of th French scored a success by
partially destroying two of th old fort
of Lille. Fort Kxiglo waa blown up on
the 4th and Fort Carnot on the 6th. They
probably were used as magsxlnes and
may hav been of some tactical Import
ance In the line of entrenchments,
"On Friday, th (th, th attack was
renewed south of th Menl-Ypres high
road, but was repulssd without difficulty.
Against ths southeast of Ypres, which
town had been subjected to a bombard
ment during th night and waa also
helled during the day, a fairly strong
advance was made In th afternoon and
the enemy gained soma ground.
"Th French, however, made a counter
stroke, supported by us, and by nightfall
had recovered all the lost ground. A
French attack on two village which had
been shelled Thursday mad considera
ble progress, on point being captured;
but tho enemy contrived to render tb
position untsnabis, and our ante had
retired from th hill by duck,
"On our center nothing of Interest oc
curred. On our right, south of th Lys,
th enamy made two unsuccessful night
"On Saturday th (th on our loft,
tho eaemy la tho aftemooa again at
tacked to th vast and southeast . of
Ypres atong tha Mania road. Our lias
was at on point forced back, but tha
ground lost wa ragslriad after a few
"About I a. to. tha Gorman appeared
occupy th trenches and houses hs had
secured, but was unable to reinforce thi
point and so consolidate hi position, for
the ground wa awept by the fit of our
gun and enfiladed from our trenches.
'To th aouth of the Ly the hostile attacks-were
renewed without success on
ths night of November 7-8, and on our
right also a minor erfort met with tha
Destrnctloa of Tares.
"Monday the ninth wa a compara
tively quiet day. On our left the shell- '
Ing wa lea In thla direction. Th Ger
mans for th time being desisted from
making attack in force and eonfinod
their efforts to minor asssults and th
wsnton destruction of Ypres, which,
with Louvaln and Rhelm. Is apparently
to be Included among th monument to
Oerman cult tire.
"During th fighting of tb sixth, eighth
and tenth, 110 prisoners and sis machine
gun were captured by us In this quar
ter. Slightly to the south the French
made some progisss, while on our center
the Gltuatlon remained much tha same
' as It had been. Th house and trenchea
gamed by the German remained In their
hand during th day. but measure were
takpti to overcome their resistance and
at nightfall part of tha ground was re
taken by us.
"It Is true that a fona1derb1 propor
tion of the masses recently thrown Into
the field against the British haa con
sisted of hastily trained and Immature
men, but the great fact remains that
the Ill-assorted Is vie hav not hesi
tated to advanco against highly trained
troop. In spit of lack of officer. In
pit of Inexperience, boys of It snd 17
hav faced our guns, hav - marched
steadily up to th mussles of our rifls,
snd hav met death In droves, without
"Such is the effect of a century of na
tional discipline. That th men subjected
to It are th victim of an autocratla
military cast doe not alter th fact.
TheV hav accepted that system as neces
sary to the attainment of national Ideal.
"However discordant are the elements
which make up th German empire, by
force of the Prussian war machine they
have one and all been welded together
to fight for national existence, and by
their action It ia evident that for them
'Deutschland uber all.' I no empty
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