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Till: HKK: OMAHA, THURSDAY, NOVKMBKU ID, 11M4.
Hawses and (llirt,
SflCR l-room flat, newly papered snd
pointed; bath, gas. hot and cold water
Irctrlc light, 110 scr month. SUb-18 Lea.
Emiinl 9-room modern brick apart
ment, newly decorated, Sio per month, m
8 29th 8C
Modern -roerrl detached dwelling; oak
finish, beautiful yard, newly decorated;
$50 per month. 1023 8. 29th
NIc little t-room cottage; bath, toilet,
electric light. $16 per month. iOI4 Vinton
Elegant -room houie, PO per month.
1129 8. 29th St.
8-room cottage. iW Vinton, gas, elec
rlo light, hot and cold water; Inside toilet.
J. C. 1SH, Executor,
T03 P S1st Ava Phone Harney !U
REAL EST A Tit LOAS8.
WANTKO-C.ty loon, fetere Trust Co.
OMAHA homes Kaat NebrasKa farina!
O KEEFK REAL ESTATi. CO..
1014 Omaha Natl. Donates mi
HARRIS N MOHTON. 914 Urn. Natl.
0AUV1N liliOS Jcffii rsttt
WT1 Farm luana Moke lnv.Co. cuniht
WANTlJlv-otjr loans and warranta. w7
Farnam Smith at Co., iro Farnam.
CITT property. La'ge loana a specialty.
w. H. Thomas, I Btate Bank I'.ldg.
lli to Sio.ouo maJ promptly. F. D. Wead.'
Wead Rldg., Ifrth and Karnam Sts.
KIAVI V h. 1 ... i . ,
EIGHT-ROOM dwelling, atrlotlv modern.
low rent. Call at 1060 Bo 2Sth SL Phone
FARNAM. 0TH IJNE. S-H., 8QCARE.
Close, to Saunders school and cathedral.
Big lot, south front.
O'KEEFK REAL KSTATE CO.,
1018 Omaha Nat l. Doug. 2715.
BEAUTIFUL home, 7-r .. 12 Emmet,
rugs and draperies will be left, strictly
HASTINGS HEYDEN. 1fil4 Hamey St.
HOUSES' FOR RKNT.
Seven room and hall, strictly modern,
hardwood finish on first floor, three bed
rooms upstairs, one bedroom and bath
en first floor. $.10. This house fronts on
a paved street and boulevard, 2hi blocks
from car line,
Seven rooms, sleeping porch and sun
room, pew and desirable, exceptionally
fine vWw. quiet neighborhood, $., or $06
Five rooms. Bt Louis brick flat, close
Eight-room, modern. 422S Harney, $35.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
1908 Farnam Kt. Phone Pong.
MOVING t&XPENSF.S PAID.
8o 8. 2ith Ave.. 9-r. modern fiat.. $30
W17 Capitol Ave.. S r. modern flat.. 2.'
114 8. 29th, 8-r., all mod. house it
2414 S. 20th St., l-r., new. mud. house. 20
221 N. 27th St., B-r., mod ex. heat.. 15
RASP EROS. HOi;tUA9 VS.
CI.OSK in, MiV) H. 2iat. rooms, mod.",
I1APTINQ3 & HE YDKN. 1611 Harney St.
MONKY on hand for city and farm loana.
. w. Minder, i:ity Natl. Hank Bid.
CITY IOAN8. Hemls-Car!lerg Co.,
Slo-312 Brandel Theater Blda.
BF.K us first If you want a farm loan.
United States Trust Co.. Omaha. Neb.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Exporter! Slow to Keport Volume of
Business, Said to Be Large.
ALL GRAINS MAKE ADVANCES
Wheat I p fraaa Oa tm Or mm Halt
(eat., Cora Oaewtfalf la Oaa aa
Oata Oar-Halt Caaatry
"klaaaeats Kali Off.
REAL KSTATK NORTH 81PE
We have a practically new house, with
reception hall, living room, dining room,
kitchen, pantry and entry on first floor;
two nice large bed rooms and bath on
second floor; large closets, good furnace,
full basement, shades, water meter, etc.;
paved street; one block from school.
Only $!.hW; terms. 8260 cash; balance very
low monthly payments. S331 Ames Ava.
Norris & Norris
400 Beo BIdg. Tel. Doug. 4270.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
Fidelity Storage Co
Storage, moving, packing and shipping.
lth Jackson Sts. Phone Powrlaa 2XS.
fcTKAM heat, all modern. 7-room house;
also 4-room flat. 22t No. 23d.
NINE rooms. Hteum heat. Iheriuuatat,
Hurt St. Douslaa 15M O
Stores and Ufflcea.
$6.P0 PER month, half of excellent office.
SCOH Bee Bldg
TWO steam-heated stores, very low rent,
near postofflro. O. P. Stabbing.
WAXTBtt TO KENT
WANTED To rent from someone leaving
the oity for several months a furnished
apartment, by re.laule party References
furniahau. Adurfbs K 1M. lieo.
WANTKD iu KENT A farm on shares
with everything furnished. Address C
Coppovk. I loren'-e. Neb.
FARM 4t RAM4.H LA.NUI K'OR SAIK
Fine Home Cheap
For Railroad Man
Only 5 minutes' walk south from I'nion
and Burlington stations, V block from
tar line. Surrounded by fine homes In a
nice, quiet neighborhood. This la a well
constructed, 2-story. d-rooni, modern
house, having hot water heat and a
RuJd Instantaneous hot water heater.
Attractive living room, library with brick
fireplace, dining room, kitchen, butler's
pantry, etc., first floor; 4 attractive cor
ner bed rooms, complete bath room, sec
ond floor; stairway to floored attic, with
one room finished; oik finish first floor;
plate glass windows throughout; south
front lot, Nixiao ft..: alley In rear; on
paved street, with fine shade trees. Rea
sonable terms. Price, $iV00. This Is a
very good value. Investigate.
George & Company
903 City National Bank Bldg. Doug. 736.
Just finished, 6 rooms and bath, living
room, dining room, den and kitchen on
first floor, oak finish, full basement, fine
corner lot Wxl.13, street paved, closo to
school and west side Hanscom park car
line, Will make terms or take vacant lot
as first payment.
10o McCague Bid.
820-AC HE FARM.
Colorado, ureciev district, farm that
cost Juo. for fcu ier acre. Only 8 miles
from town and R. R,,; W0 acres alfalia;
0 acres native hay: lair improvements; I
undr one f the beet ditches in northern!
Coiorauo. Water stock vaiue J6.u60. Price
118.0UO. Terms t.6O0 cash, balance liberal
mortgage. Good title.
N. K HAIL, 41 Denham Bid", Denver.
180 ACRES, near Kansas City, well Im
proved; good house, barn, granary,
fenced and cross-fenced; living water,
orchard, 130 acres under cultivation, bal
ance pasture. Might take part payment
in umana income.
W. T. SMITH CO.,
Phone Douglaa 2819.
1111-1$ City Nat l Bank. Omaha, Neb.-
. Mlaaoarl. .
$5 DOWT and $5 monthly buys 40 afcrsa.
grain, fruit, poultry land, near town;
Price, $220. $10 monthly buys Ml acres,
write for list cheap land. Box 425-J.
FOR SAL.E-3-0 acres in the garden spot of
Montana that will he worm 460 per acre
in i years' time; Improved, and yields
the best crops In any part of the state;
full particulars. Write I. IT.. Salxmao. 4li
E- Cheatnut St.. Bloomlngton, 111.
FOR 8AJ,K Eighty acres of Irrigated
land In the most prosperous county In
the state of Nebraska, all In alfalfa;
good house and barn, and good well.
Will sell fot $.0 per acre If taken at
mice. Write or Inquire for 8. B. Morrow,
Mitchell. Neb., for terms.
FOR SALE-Best large body high-grade
medium-priced land in Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
bach. Neb. o
320 Acre Farm
Only 1h miles to town; rich black loam
oil, with cluv subsoil, practically all
under cutlvation. (Cut showa.) Tha
house, a new C-rooin dwelling, which coat
$5,0U. owner has tnstructel us to sell
tor (44 per acre. Clood terms can be had.
Will be glad to have you call at our
office or write
THE VOEI. REALTf AGENCY.
IQlS-lt W. O. w. Hldn. Omaha. Neb.
Field Club Bargain,
Rlegant residence seven rooms, taste
fully decoaated, good sleeping porch, fire
place, delightful sun parlor, modern In
every particular, located on the corner
of 83d and Lincoln Ave.. Just four blocks
from Field club; south front, large lot.
50x150. This place la positively worth
$15,009. Can bt purchased with $6,000 cash,
GALLAGHER & NELSON
644 Brandels Bldg. Phone Douglaa fttftl.
FINE lot In Hanscom park district, one
block from car; has nice large terrace,
sewer, set out In trees. II. 4111.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
OMAHA. Nov. 1. 1!14.
One of the big grain men of the Duluth
market who was on the Woard of Trade
yesterday on hia way to tne vast
Krieu tne stocks or wheat at Dulutn
' Pretty well cleaned up. It was said that
I 700.1M bu. of wheat were sola to Import
ing countries by Duluth houses yester
'dsy and that considerable wheat was
sold to go out via the gulf gateway. A
round lot of this grain was reported as
having been taken Juot before the close
of 'change which Is to be snipped all rail
to the seaboard.
Kxpoiters nere, as well as elsewhere,
were slow to report their actual business,
but It was aald to be very targe, yet
only 2M),vuu bu. were made public, it
was given out on semi-oUiciai authority
1 yesterday that the stocks of wheat In
our own northwest are mucn sinatier
tlmn generally believed.
The beet autnnr.t in tha winter whc it
belt yeaieraay said Uiat the movement of
wheat will show a furtner fading 01 f. as
the holuera ueiieve wheat must sell to a
mucn hlsiier level.
V heai news irom abroad was mainly
helpful to CT.e L'u.U. A special cable from
B ociiiiiuii says that l.uOu.UM acres of lh
ftne.it aiii Icuilural portion of Franoe la
overrun by the Oerniaus. In tho oaiance
01 r ranee the government is reported to
be furnishing seed and permitting farm
laborers to return fiom the army to seed
as much grain aa possible balore winter
sets' in. This same report was denied
when circulated a month ago. In Rou
mamn and India conditions are generally
favorable and Italy will have an In
rreatteu acreage In wheat this year.
A Liverpool messaKS aald seeding Of
wheat In Germany is progressing favor-
j Montreal reported vessel room chartered
there for X,uu bu. of wheat to go to tne
Tn.ted Klnadom at l,'al7V per bu.
boats for November or December loading
out of Montreal continue quite strong and
are sparingly offered.
The weakest six in the corn market
was early on Increased offerings. With
an increase In supplies the export trade
is likely to become more active. Liver
pool was ttd higher for futures, while
spot was VI lower. Argentine offerings
of corn are liberal, with the feeling weak
Oats closed stronger because Vountry
shipments are falling off, while the cash
inquiry continues of good proportions.
Receipts of hoKS at the leading western
maraeta were liberal, 1,60 head, com
pared with 71,500 a week ago nnd 183,400 a
year ago. Sharply lower prices were
scored not only for hogs, but for hog
products, with heavy selling by longs, In
cluding some offerings from packers. The
buying was scattered. Cash trade was
quiet and a smaller demand was reported
for both meats and lard.
Wheat was lc to lHc higher.
Corn was c to 1c higher.
Oats were He higher.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour.
equal to 816,000 bu.; corn, 3,0f0 bu.; oata
675.000 bu. . ,
l'nmary wheat receipts were 2.0fi9,ono bu.
and shipments 1,757,0(10 bu., against re
ceipts of 1,861, ouo DU. ana snipmenui 01
1.115.0110 bu. last year.
Primarv corn recetnta were 1.271,000 bu.
and shipments 4KS.O0O bu., against receipts
of 634.001) bu. and shipments of 3U.0U0 bu.
Is st year. .
iMnin nala roceiDts were 989.000 bu
and shipments 918,000 bu., against receipts
of 671,000 bu. and shipments 01 om.wi mi,
last earCARLOT RECEIPTS.
W heat.Corn.Oata. Barley.Rye
Chicago 420 SSI 16 .. ,
t ... I ... L. ... ... . . ,,
Kansas City ....222 2 1
St Louis 108 14 IS .. ..
Winnipeg 304 ...
These sales were reported today .
Wheat: No. 2 hard winter. $ ears $1.08;
$ cars $1.07. 1 car .v.; ino. n.
gained net and oats Nr4e. la pro
visions the outcome i 6i;s.(i..V decline.
One of the best known authorities In the
wheat trade pointed out that the wheat
now at the snboHrd, at Hut fain and on
the lakes virtually rrpiesents wheat
bought for export, that tha amount at
western points, where the flgurca for the
most part mean actual available supplies,
has dwindled to M.lM.Ono bu., aa asalnst
61,081,01 bu. twelve montha back, notwith
standing that farm deliveries since July I
show an Increase of 7,34?.Om bu. It was
added that the wheat hna passed from the
farmer to the exporter at rate never
before equalled, and as yet not appreci
ated by the majority of dealers.
Wet weather : oiling the Argentina har
vest tended today to make the wheat
bulls confident from the start, and so
also did adverse conditions In western
K ansae, where the latest yield waa of
record slse. Kxporters showed esgerness
for all rati shipments from here to the
seaboard. In addition today'a prices for
cash wheat In Liverpool were said to be
the highest on the crop.
Co n la It.-d when the bulge In the wheat
market became pronounced. Previously
cold, clear weather that seemed to prom
ise larger receipts had somewhat eased
off the price of corn.
Oats showed from the outset sympathy
with the wheat strength. Consignment
notices were meager.
I'nexpectedly generous receipts of hogs
throughout the west made provisions
heavy. Many stop-loss orders were un
covered on the ensuing break.
Oraln prices furnished by Togan A
Bryan. SIS South Sixteenth street:
Artlclel OpenTnigh.r Low. t Clos.Yes'y.
Sixty High Class
Bold by Shuler & Cary In Poppleton
Park Addition In a two days' sale.
Eighty good lots left to select from.
Sale continues today and every day until
11 lota are sold.
Office on Ground
at 44th and Chicago' Sts. Salesmen will
take care of you when you visit the
Phone Douglas 4233.
and our machine will call for you. Many
good homes are planned for Immediate
construction. Call at our office for map.
and price list
Shuler & Cary,
224 State Bank Bldg.
Best ualry and gsnerai ciop state In the I
Hnlim' iu.1 rli.r. n . i , . , . - I
-uiou, minis lor aaie el
low pricea, on aasy terms. Ask for book
let 84 on Wisconsin Central Land Grant.
Klate acres wanted. Write about our
graalug lands. If interested la fruit lands,
ask for booklet on Apple Orchards la
Wkaooosin. Address Land Dept. boo
I.ln Ky.. Mliuteapolia. Minn.
REAL ESTATE FOB KXCHAMuE
WANTED Omaha cottage and two lota
In exchange for good HiO-acre Colorado
land. Will pay small cash difference.
QUICK SALES CO.,
418 Bee Bldg.
ElGHT-ROwM. mouern house, corner lot.
la Went Farnaro district, subject to en
cumbrance of $2 750; I3.0U0 equity to ex
change for land, cottage or lota Might
Glover & Spdn
Sl- City National. Douglas 8a.
V' ANTED Omaha property in eMhangt
for farm lands and merchandise slocks
QUICK SALES CO.,
418 Bee Bldg.
IlIOHLT improved Red River valley
farms; can accept some trades. Write
for list HuxKy-brewn. Barneavl.le. Minn,
FOR BALE or part trade, alfalfa (arm
in neever v alley,
Neb. Box ii, liend-
AB8TRACTS OK TITLE.
KtRH Title Ouaxaoiee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office, ft 8. 17ln BL
Fhone Douglas Ut7.
KhED Abstrict Co . oldest abetract of
Ike in Nebraska. M LrandeJs Theater.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
C,TT. "ind turoi loana. 6. :. 4 per cenL
J. U. D onion t & Co.. Mot Farnam, Omaiia.
Three Lot Bargains
1 Block to Farnam
Car, or Will Build to
Order, Small Pay
Facing on Forty-first Ave., between
Page and Burt Sts. Lots range In price
from $7W to $o60, or you pay down $500 to
$60 In cash and we will build you a
homo to order. Two corner lots and one
Inside lot on paved street, with paving
paid. These are the best valuee offered
In the west end at this time.
J.I0 Omaha Nat. Bank Bidg. I. .
I Am Forced to Sell
a new five-room, all modern
house recently purchased by
me. This house Is located In the
West I-ainam dHtrict, one block
from Irfavenworth car and four
blocks from Farnam. Oak
finish downstairs, white enamel
bath, sleeping porch, beaut ful
lawn. You can buy this house a
at a big sacrifice.
Address, M 213 Bee. or after
6 p. m. phone Webster 8140.
$10 Now-$l Week
for building lots CLOSE IN. Only 19
blocks from postoftlce; 1'4 blocks to Far
name line. Only 7 lots left. Phone now.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.
1014 Omaha National. Doug. 271S.
REAL ESTATE -INVESTMENTS
Two Fla s Close In
Nearly new double building, contain
ing two modern 6-roont apartment, rent
ing for $53 per month and always occu
pied South front on high heaithy ground
paved street and fine dwelllnga all
around. Lot 60x136. Two blocks from
Farnam car and easy walking distance
from business district. Best small In
vestment we have fur sale.
t-tat. Rank B.ug. Tyler lOStf.
ter. cars ll.v.,. cars i.irjt, ' -$1.07,
S cars 1.H! No. 4 hard winter. 1
car $1.04 1 car $UM'4; No. S durum. 1
..... ti i!v. relected. 1 car $L01. 1 car c;
- ruri, i ear yoc. V-car (spring) Wc
Rye: No. J, J'4 cars 99c; No. 3, 1 car c,
V-car 9Sc. Corn: No. 3 whlto, 1 car (part
old) 62S4C, 3 cars 62c: no. yeuow, i oar
614C, 2 cars 61Vc; No. 3 yellow. 3 cars
mc; No. 6 yellow, 1 car 61c; No. 8 yel
low, 2 cars 6l4o, I cars 61c; No. 2 mixed,
1 car (near white) C2c; No. i mixed, 8 cars
OOMjC; No. d mixeu. I car nir- vf.
3 white. S cara 43Hc. cars 46Vc; No.
4 wh te, 6 cara 43c, 1 car Ua; no grade,
Ornaha'Ottsh rrlcea Wheat : No. t hard.
$107i(hl.08; No. 3 hard, $1.06V,il.O7H; No.
I t.-i iiiuuml (UV: Nr.. I sorln. I1.0C
WlOtt; No'. 3 spring. $1.04W?10I; No. i
spring, iicti41.0bS: No. 2 durum, $1.1214
6i l lzV : ISO. J aurnni, i. i.(t. v.vi u .
No 1 white. 24i3c: No. 3 white. . 3tj
ffi'o- No 3 white. 6232'4c: No. 4 white
61'Ci'2c; No. 6 whIU. lH1Cj No. i
white, UHMlVtjc; No. 1 yellow, Slliiiic;
No. 2 yellow, elWnltc; No. 3 yellow,
SSeeiVic: No 4 yellow. 61-44W1V4C; No. I
vellow, lWlVc; no. veuow, "i ti-.
No.. 1 mixed. KUWA?;. No. 2 mixed 61
Jc: No. 3 m'xed, vwW. J"- mixea.
. No & miii. trownr o 9
mixed. iOtmic. Oats No. $ white, 464l
4c: atanriura. 'w;
t45ac; No. 4 white. 44i4Se Barley:
Malting, SlfflTJe; No. 1 feed, 60040c Rye:
no i w: No- we"-
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PBOVHIOM
reatarea of tha Traalaar mmm ClaalasT
. . Price mm Board, of Trade.
CHICAGO. Nov. 18. Assertions that ex
porters had already reduced the available
wheat siiddIv In the United States to
within about 1,000.000 of the total a year
ago had tnuib to do today v'th giving
prices a decided lift. The maAet closed
firm at Vftlc above last night. Corn
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
$1,750 Cash Buys
Jieautiful Dundee Home
Paved Streets, Strictly Modern
Among f ne homes. This home Is full
two stories, oak finish on first floor, has
vestlrulo coat clcset, large living room,
dining room, den or sewing room, handy
kitchen with bull;-fn rupbosrda, refrig
erator room, three good bedrooms, five
cioseis, sun parior, sleeping porcn, (ilea
bath on second floor, all decorated, easy
stars to attic, full basement, with cellar
drain, fruit room, coal room, water meter,
cement walks, heal furnace and plumbing,
screens, window shades; everything thst
makes a home complete. Don't talk
terms, talk cash. If you want a good
home. Phone Walnut 716. B. K. frioe,
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
CATHEDRAL DISTRICT $600
cash for a modern home; reception
hall, parlor, dining room and kitchen
first floor; three sleeping rooms and
bath on second floor; full cemented
basement, with laundry; hot water
heat. Investigate this.
North Side $2,400 will bur coiy
home of 6 large rooms, with bath,
electric lights, gas, good lot. set with
fruit trees. Will make easy terms.
W. T. 8MITH CO.,
1111-13 City National Sank.
AS CKRTAIN benevolant parties have
recently donated a splendid property
well Im-ateJ In Omaha (consisting of
houses and lots) to a worthy charitable
Institution In another state, those rep
rtsentlng the same desire to sell this
estate at once, and If sold within the
next ten days the purchaser will secure
a bargain that is only possible a few
times In a life time. This Is no "Pharper
Real Kstate Deal." but a bonaflde offer
from the persons authorised to sell this
property at once, that the needs of the
charity fur which it was so generously
given nisy derive the benefit that the
donors of this fins estate Intended
Hhone Re '.'J. and you will be called
upon regarding this at unt-.
May 71 WAb 71 iMfcTi Tl'ita 71 C ' i ' ,0 t T To 4 10 T 1 7
I -a '. . '. I Nov 4 7 1 1 7 ,.i 1 II . in . i
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipt Extremely Light and
Pricei Generally Steady.
HOGS AROUND QUARTER LOWER
Kat beep la ralr Receipt aad
teady a Little Raster
Orders ef All Klads
SOt'TH OMAIIA, Nov, IS, 19H.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Ofiitiai Monday 4., o.m
Orilc.al Tuesday w S.T7H 14.
Kit. mate VV rdnei-day.. t.ioo 7.i k,
Th re d s v s t h I. week .ITa77 M. 7M
Hsnie dsys last week. ln.IM 1.77 4..!t
Same i,as I weeks ago 1.... si.OM 42,if
jame oa a .1 itu aao 17.KJ M.
Same days 4 weeks ago Jl.i.Sii 1S.S4 111.4SM
oaliio days last vrar..lW IH.NL'l 4i..ssl
The fo, lowing tahio snows tne receipts
of cattle, hoga and sheep at the Houth
Omaha live stK-k market for the year to
date, aa compared w.th Uat year:
, IHM. lll Dec
yaltle ..v6s r:.llO 4.Uvl
v'gS l.lM.I.OM) 2..I4.1.) ii.3.
flieep i.Si3i a.SWd.ii. KUMu
I lie following table shows tr averag
prh-e for hoita at the 8outh Omaha live
stock market for the few days, with
lal. I loit nu iiiij..iHii.,iie.i!M.ilM.
1 h)i i 4
rk I I II I
Jan.. IS K 1 II S 1 18 MHI 1 S7H1 IS "0
May. 1 WS4l 1 OS I II 97"! li 00 ID 12-U
Iard I 1 1
Jan.. I 10 17HI 10 IS I 1 10 ) 10 ItSI 1 t?4
Ma) . 10 t& 10 2o 10 ISH'lO ti-3i 10 UVtj
Bibs fill I
Jan.. I 10 00 I10V3 I ) 10 O'-f
10 OH 97HilOOO 10li7Vi
May. I 10 ?" 10 ?7l 10 atvn 10 i-'H' 10 S"
( hicniio Cash Fnoes v heal: No. 2 rxl,
W.H'0 1.16; No. 2 hard, ?1.14'ul .1. Corn:
No. 2 yellow, 7?H6.7Sc; new, HMiwtc; No.
I yellow. 7:".r2c: new. 4llt4i7 H-'. lats:
No. .1 white, 4SVkTNc; standard, 4Htn
BVc. Rye: No 2 l On. Karley: nmii.
Seeds: Timothy, a.7MWl : clover. JlftOi
14.00. Provisions: Perk, UttO; lap, 10.6;
libs, t9.SZH 10 .to.
Ht"i Ti'Jti lAiwer; creamery, 54ff32c.
IvOCtS Higher;, receipts. 4.W cases; at
mark, rases Included, i&q; ordinary
firsts JH'trUc; firsts, 20VVc.
ROTATOFrf-t'nsettled. Michigan and
Wisconsin. abQHflc; Minnesota, S8p46c.
OULTRT-Allve. lower; springs, IlHc;
fowls, 11c; turkeys, 15Hc
T III 1 U
''. . ( I i Mil 7 . b Ui K
6. 1 T : t T! I W I I 411 1
s. 7 SMil 7 Sl T 7, 4 11 I I hi
'1,1 4Si I S T 7S 4 141 T W
fHKKr-1t was another very slow deal
In sheep and lambs, with the packer buy
era very Indifferent all the forenoon. The
receipts were est rusted at some in.Ofl
head, and like yesterday Hie bulk of the
stuff aa from the range, there bang,
however, a good sprinkling of fed west
erns on hand. Thia waa a very fair run
for a Wednesday, as a week aan only
07l head were yarded, but a year ago
1H 40H head were reported in. There as
little or no good killers on sale. Th
packers were slow buyers of such offer
Iniis sa were on the market at prices
generally steady to easier on both sheep
and lamVm, or W to so.- lower than the
close of last week. It waa late In the
day before the hulk of the offerings had
rroseed the scales. The bad cond lions on
the eastern dressed mutton markets con
I tinned to exert a bear sh Influence
There wss no material difference In
feeder prices from Tuesday's trade, while
tlie supply waa fairly large for the time
of the year and the demand waa go.d.
Trade was a little slow In getting under,
wry, hut later improved and most every
thing at all suitable for feeding purposes
cleared In good season. On Tuesdays,
market the bulk of the feeder lambs
found an outlet at l7.0Oirf7.SO, wtth a lond
at J7. 4rt, rioine feeder earlings brought
. 7;ii.10 and feeder ewes sold at $4 OiVii
4 M, with a few rarrylng a Ptt'e flesh,
going to a nearby feed lot at t.7 j
Quotations on sheep and lamb: l.amba.
good to chol-e, SA SMiS "0; lamlM, fair to
good ts.irtfTft.eft; feeders, good to choice,,
K.vrV7.aO; feeder, common, i.Mi.s;
W. tumii. Mi; yearlings, good to cho ce. 47 Hi) ,
7 .60; yearllnKS. fair to good. $il.7fiH'7..);
yearlings, feeders, KvWtH.10; wethers,
good to choice, $.3iVfil.Ml, wethers, fnlr
, to good, tfi.WIH 30; wethers, feeders. II..HI
4r4 k.; ewes, good to Ciolce, t.'i 4lV . .4 ;
ewes, fslr to good, t3.O0tr(.4O; ewes, fend-,
ers, I1.7N&4 SO. j
No. Av. Tr. 1
tiM Wyoming feeder yearMngs... 4 4 OR
1H3 Wyoming feeder yearllnaa... 77 i !W
KELLY TRIAL BEGINS AGAIN
Mn. Edmund Sterling Takes Wit
ness Stand Ag-ainst Doctor.
CONVICTS BACK AFTER ESCAPE
Frank Johaaoa (ilrea Five Tesvrs
Addltloaal tor Msklsg (ieUwtr
While Kan ployed la Cea
S. 7 u 7 Hoi 0i, 1 7i
HIM I J T 771 4 1il7 7 7 $
lvj 7 t 711 I 4 111 7 Wl 7 711 I I
7 so ,w Wyoming feeder yearllnaa... 77 4 lu
1 TJ 10 Wyoming feeder yearllnKS.. 7S 4 10
I ij I il Wyoming feeder lambs 41 7 !
I a.- 1 . it ft. 1 ,w
Nov. 10, 7 HKil T
Nov. II. 7 7
II s t
44 7 44 4 27 1 Mi 1 7(M 4 41
ivnv iv . . At t.. .. a. . n . . 1 ... a
I Nov, 131 T 674! 7 751 7 SSI 7t 7 SSI 5 71
I Nov. 14 7 70S,! 7 741 7 i 4 ;i 7 74 I I 4s
I Nov. 16 7 ,) 7 vi u 7 M! 1 B7
!Nov. is 7 SI I I 7 J il i ' W 7 I1 Vt
' MIV 17 7 7 1 IS 11. t Ak 7 ul r. SI
Nov. 1S 7 g"! 7 on) 7 7i 4 'j 7 i 7 Wl i
Rereipis and disposition ol live stock
at the I'nion stock yards. Mouth Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at I o'clock
P. m. yesterday:
RK Klf TS CARS.
Cattle. Hoas.Hheep. H'r's
C, M. tc Pt. P ., .. i
Missouri racttlo t
I'nion Pacific 14 si ti 2
C. N. W.. west.. 14 4J 15
C, Ml. P.. M. at O.. S I
V., U. ft Q., west.. 21 2i
C, H. 1. A. P.. west. I 3
Total receipts ... 70 89 47 (
OMAHA OE.MCRAli M.KKET.
BUTTER No. 1. 1-ib cartons. J2cj No,
t 40-11). tuba. 31c
CHEEKfc-linpurted Pwlsa, 8Sc; Amer
ican Hwias. Hc; block Swiss, 22c; twins,
lti; daisies. lVtc; triplets, lHo; Young
Amer.cas, lSVjc; blue label brick, 17c; llm
burxer. 2-1 b., 20o; 1-lb . 20c; New York
white, itc; Imported KrcncU Roquefort,
REEF CrT8-Rlbs: No. 1. 18c: No. 2,
10c; No. J. IKK. Doins: No. J. I9!4d No.
1, lSVtc; No. S, 13c. Chucks: No. 1, 1'W".
No. 2, 10c; No. S, 9c. Rounds: No. 1,
IS'ic; No. a, I2c; No. S, HSc Plates.
N. 1. We; No. 2. SVC; No. J. 84c
FISH Trout, 14c; large crapplea, liVj
salmon, 8Hc; halibut, llkc; channel cat
fish. 12c: pike, 14c: pickerel, 10c.
POULTRY-Brollers, 14Vc; aprlng chick
ens, 11c; hens, Ufa lie; ciH'ks, Sc; ducks,
10c; geese, Sc; turkeys, lo pigeons, ir
dos., tOc; ducks, full feathered. 10c; geese,
full feathered, 8c; squube, No. 1. ll.to; No.
Market quotations furnished by Olllnikl
tRUl 1 Oranges: Wxtra fancy Valen
claa, 90s, 112s, 120a, 150s. 176a, 260a, $4.00 pet
box: Red Hall Valencies, all slses, $.1.76
per box. . lemons: Fancy SHOa, S4Us, $6.(0
per box; choice Kea liaii, wm, b.uu
per box. Grapefruit: All slses, $2.7fi psr
box. Apples: Extra fancy O rimes Uol
den, $1.7 per boxi fancy Washington
Grimes, SI M per box; extra fancy Wash
ington Johothans, $1.60 per boa; fancy
Colorado Jonathans, $1.25 per box; fancy
Washington Jonathans, $1 3R per box;
extra fancy Washington Hoovers. 11. SC
per-box; choice Colorado Jonathans, $1.00
per box; Oregon ftpttsenburgs, $1.40 per
dox; urrron winter rtananaa, i it per
box: extra fancy Washington Delicious.
$2.00 per box ; New York Greenings. $3.00
per barrel New York Raid wins. $2.76 per
barrel. Pears: California Clargleus, $2.26
per box; extra fancy D'Anjous. 12.60 ner
box. Grapes: California Emperors, $3.60
per barrel California Emperors, $1.7$ per
crate; aieiaras, d.w per Keg. Bananas
Per bunch. I1.7WH.00.
VEQETARLE8 Cauliflower, $2.50 per
craie. peonage: rer pouna, ivic. Cu
cumbers: Two dozen box, $2.60. Celery:
Michigan, S5a per doaen; Denver Jumbo
75o per dosen. Peppers: Per basket, too
Tomatoes: Per basket. $1.28. Lettuce:
Head. 60crjt.6O per dosen: leaf. 40c per
aoaen. unions; nnaiiots. son per dosen.
Radishes: Per dosen, 60c. Onions: Yel
low, tic per pound; red, lVtc per pound.
Horseradish: Per case, $!.. Garlic:
Italian, per nound. 20c. Potatoes: Iriahn
76c per bushel; Red Rlr.r Ohlos, 06c per
ounnei; minnrauia wnues, ou per bushel,
Bweet Potatoes: Per barrel, $3.00; Jerseys,
$1.75 per hamper.
Nl'TS-Walnuts: Ne 1 California. 19c
per pound. Pecans: Per pound, 13He;
Jumbo, 10c per pound. Filberts: Per
pound, Vc: long n aides, ISo per pound.
per pound, 4c. Dates: Sugar walnut
$1.40 per box. Almonds: per pound 20c'
I.lmes: Per box, $1.75. Cracker Jack
Per case, $3.10; per half case, Jl.76.
r.h-ickCr": r"- ; Per half case.
$1..,1. Dates: Dromedary, $300 per rase.
Honey: Per ease. $3 SA. K1M: Twelve
11-ounce per case. 86c. Oder: Per keg,
$3.00; per half barrel. $600. Oocoenuts
per sack $4 00; per down. 75c. Squash
Per pound, l'4c '
ew York General Make.t.
BUTTERITnu.tlw. i. .M . .
cream.. .,.;.. .ii.ri' rr; ",D":
f?r!i?- ac36ci .creamery flrsia.
v"' '9- ..aw.r., tun r-ii 1 nuu firsts,
af.jr; Betoi.dH, 2llnSlc; packing stock
CHEESE Steady ; ' recelpu, ' 4,24 boxes
f-jtiri",f .ml,hV trt,h clrd apecials.
lu1514c; auta whole milk, whitei it,'
huh, whole milk white, l4ifrlGo; skims
EOOS-Irregular; rece'pta, $.246 cases
fr.n t,btiieied, extra una. Xmic: extra
flrsu. 7Wc; firsts. 24 J4c faeconds 27
J.,t!l.,0.nd.nerbr '"ry whites
TiSlt."? .nearb5' gathered
J ''" 5Mc: sta'e o"d nea-hw gathered
browns and mixed colors, S2&42C; state
POTTlTHT.ill,,. , ..." .'J . . .
ens. I416c: fowls, 13l5c; turkey.
l r"",',.,t,",v: trn roasting chlckl
fns. 17lSc; fresh fowls, 12&lsc" froaan
turkeys, 1842Ie, ' Iro"n
MlaaesMla Qrala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 18,-WHKAT-
I northern, $1.1 W17T," " L U
r 11, n r irm; fancv patents IS US-
HRA N 471.00.
rnan-No, s veiiow, rsnnt:
OATS No. 1 whle, 4644c.
Kansas Ciiw Orsls mmit Pht.km,
KANSAS CITT, Mo , Nov. 14-WHFAT
No. 1 hard. $1.071 (f; No. 2 red. 1 07'
1.04: December, SI OT'i; May, $1.14H31 141
CORN-No. t miej. 43U-C No. i white
December, n4r. Ma' ui)ie wn'1-
OAiT"-No- 1 whl' 47c: No $ mixed
48"' 4 4,
BI'TTER Creamery, 31c; firsts 29c-
seconds. 2c; parking, 21c. '
KOOH-rirata. the; seconds. ISc
POUUTRY-Hena. 12c; rooetera. lOc;
turkeys, 14o. '
Oaaaka Hay Market.
OMAHA HJnv IV-PBllDim , .
Choice upland l10.virMI.00; No. 1. SIO0w
no"; mo. 1, tsvi-aiu v; no. I, S8vw00
Choir midland. $M)60; No. 1 f6Oil0fW:
N"n. 2. Ill aM M- Ma 1 u (,u .uv . ',.'
lowland. 00- KT.i 1 urn t. o
T': No. 8. $4O0ei4.4O. "
r ima vv 1 noic. wheat Is quoted at
$B.Sn on; rhoire oat or rye, $4 OuvMl M)
A I. FA I.FA Tliil... Illifi V
It JO. No. t, $10.001 U.00; No. 8. 'S8.00W 10 ..
NEW YORK. Nov. 14 HITOAR u..
firm: centrifugal. 4 0Ka4.O7c: molasses'
1.3xt J 4Je. Refined un hanged.
Morris A Co lni 720
Swift & Co... I7H 1.1H4
Cudahy Packing Co fmo 1.770
Armour ft Co 2W 1.4W)
J W. Murphy iw
Lincoln Packing Co 4
Meniun. Vansaul & U.. 17.1
Mill Hon 158
J. R Root A Co 44
1,. F. Muss 1
Werthelmer Dcgen... 177
M F. Hamilton 8
Sullivan Hroa I
Maker, Jones at 8 2.1
Tanner Hros 24
John Harvey 7
D. & F
Other buyers 241
, It fed yearlings 91 7 00
; S2fed lambs 71 8 15
JIM Idaho lambs 90 R ;
100 Idaho lambs (2 8 W
1HI Idaho lambs M 8 fe
I t.Jt Idiibo lamha "2 S M)
216 Idaho lamha SI S '
111 native feeder lamha 42 7
C1I1CAUU HVK STOCK MAHKKT
Cattle l.onrr Hon Weak, III to SO
CHICAOO. Nov. IS. -CATTLE Receipts.
11.000 head; market 10c to 0c lower, many
unsold; beeves, 8&.7tW10.4O; steers, $n.4uj
Sim; cows and heifers, $:i40oivi.20; calves,
HOOK Receipts, rw.nno head: mnrkef.
weak. 16c to 90c lower; bulk, $7.1 .4i;
I ght, l.i7.40; mixed, $;.txvu7.c4; heavy,
$s.nrr7.s0; rough, $4.9f4j" 10; pigs. $ 00
HHEKP-Receipts, Is.fluO head: market
unsettled; sheep, .Y:ii4i tf.00; yearlings,
$ti.M'i-5o; lambs, $H.h4i9l6.
Kaasaa City 1.1 re Stsfk Market.
KANSAS CITT, Nov. IS. CATTLE
Receipts, H.01O dead: market steady;
pilme fed steers. $HMi 10.76; dressed beef
eteers, 87.7T4t9.76: western steers, 87.1MW
9.60; Blockers and feeders, U04f tt.OQ; bulls,
$b.UVd1.76; calves, $ii fKKj 10 60.
H()J8 Receb ta. 20.000 head; market
lower; bulk, $7.irr7.46; heavy, r.Sn7.40;
parkera and butchers, $7 3dtl 7,fvj; light,
$7.2ifi7.52; plga, rt.76fi)7.0O.
HIIKKP AND LAM US Receipts. S.iJ
head: market lower; lamha, S7 6Ofr0t;
yearllnaa H MM7 M; ethers, $6 764.60;
Totals 1,216 8,303 13.MQ
CATTIJ5 Recelnts were extreme, v Hunt
for a Wedncauay, and for the three days
this week only 9,317 rsttle havo been re
ceived in the yards, leas than haif tho
number that arrived during the corre
sponding period a year ago. The reason
for the light run, as explained before in
these columns, is to be found In tho fact
that low a being under quarantine cannot
ship to thla market. In other words,
this market Is cut off from the receipts
of stock east of the river and Is depend
ent entirety upon receipts from Nebraska
and other territory west of the river. As
the rank, cattlo In thla territory are
pretty well shipped out. and as It Is still
too early to expect Very many corn-feds,
it follows thst receipts are light, as noted.
Parkera were out early thla morning
looking for supplies, and tho offerings of
beef steers changed hands In very good
season In the morning at prices generally
steady with yesterday.
Quotations on catue: Good to choice
yearlings, $D.0Ou 10.60; good to choice corn
fed beevse, 88. 7fxi 10.00; fair to good corn
fed beeves, 1K,"&S.76; common to fair
corn-fed beovsi, $4.;64r U; choice to
prime range beeves, $K.0Ouii.4O; good to
choice range beeves, i;.4Ka(l.00; fair to
good range baevee, S.7uii'7.4j; common to
fslr range beeves, $i.lwWi.7T: good to
choice heifers, $4. 60JJ.J. 60; good to choice
cows, $5.7i'n4.7C; fair to good oowal ,o.2..J
$.76; common to fair, oows $4.6o4iu.2i,
good to choice stock.rs and feeders, t ,2j
Jii.K; fair to good Blockers and feeders,
.tMf7.a; common to fair stockers and
feeders, $6.W(i.W): stock heilers, 44.7
4.25; stock cows, $4.bOtj5.60: stock calves,
86.0008.00; veal calves, $7. 7641-10. 4; bulis,
stags, etc., $4.7S4i4.76.
Mb. A. Pt. St. A. Pr.
t ny is 1 m in
I tk4 1 OU 2 Ul t 0d
I abt 1 it M 14.11 4-1
1UM 7 60 4 14 M
II 1IM4 7 6 U 1411 I 0
20 1U I 00 16 1M4 4 71
Bie-t-Ub ANl Ha.ls s.tv
4S6 I 10
.. 4M I 90
Hi) 1 m
4ao I iw
444 i ti
M 10 in
1 to 10 00
1 IN lit 4 Kll I II
1 4 to I Si ill
I IN I4i 1 MW I W
7 Hut 4 J 4 IU3I M
t V.t 4 M 17 DM 4 li
it mi m 4 iih 4
Mil 4 10 I lill 4 M
IHSj 4 24 8 ld.nl 4 a
1 114 I 7 1.14 I W
i 14.0 I 40 1 10i4 4 76
l.lO It i.ltlt
Kit I VI 2
I 21 I
HU2 4 t.'i 4
TOO 4 U
170 7 60 1
SM 7 H 1
Vl I 00 1
110 00 2
Ill 4 0
b'JOv. AND FEEDER..
II 10M I I.. I '. T 00
I a4 4 M 11 174 7 00
1 UU ID 44 1IW 7 K
I Il'l I U t 1034 7 24
73 I as
7 feeders.. KXS 6 16 15 cows 6x3 6 30
31 feeders.. 810 4 so 10 heifers... MO 4 15
15 heifers... 5'i0 IJ1 4 Itockers. 4', 6 7 2
7 stockers. 65 4 70
10 Steers.. ..1030 7 46 12 steers. ...ll'rf) 7 63
4 cows 1L12 4 60 2 cows 1MM) 7 00
HOGS Receipts were lighter than on
Tuesday, but packers, using tho sharp
drop at other polma aa a club, continued
to pound prices. Early trade was very
dull, but when the supply finally started
to move It was at prices very little dif
ferent from the early bids, that Is. ft
3tc lower. Trade waa very draggy all
through. Shipping hogs, which gut the
best end of the deal yesterday, were
pounded the hardest, and looked to be
as much aa 8614.400 lower than the corre
sponding sales yesterday. The average
trade is close to a quarter lower.
On the extreme close competition for
the last few loads strengthened values up
a little and the late trade was proLably
the beat time. Aa pretty nearly every
thing bad I wen sold by that time the
slight Improvement failed to cut any
figure in the average.
bulk of the saiea landed at $7.20Q7.SS,
with tops at $7.60. During the last two
dsys prices have declined fully 60c on
all gradea, and beside this big break tha
dime advance Monday looks very Insig
nificant. Todays figure are fully 4Jo
below the close of last week. Uuality
has been very good all this week the
offerings running largely to butchers and
Today's supply amounta to 106 cars, or
7,000 head, bringing the total for the
three days up to 21044 bead. This la
over 4.000 heavier than a week ago, bjt
is more than $.6u0 short of last year.
N. r h Ki At. In. tt.
77 144 40 7 o M Ill ... f as
M 410 MJ U M ft ... t m
u tit hi 1 ui a ra te 7 40
10 UI w 7 Ti ta 41 7 40
41 in lie 7 41 1M ... 1 4
14 l- 7 UH to ISO ... T 47U
41 HI H ' 70 IM ... k
U ... 7 -
lmT; ' $, MtK-k Market.
HIOCX CITY, Nov. 1S.-CATTLK Re
eelnts. 800 hend: market steady, native
steers. $H EOtrS.OO; luit-hers, $3. 264H. 25 :
1 rows anil heifers, $4.4Mi.n0; canners. $4 fl
' 4J6.10; stockers and feeders, , r..80fi4:
calves, $A76trO.M; bulla, slsgs. etn., lWtf
MOOS Receipts, 8.000 hend: market
weaker; heavy, t7flf.ti7.10: mixed. $7.04,
4r7 0f; light, $7.0(7.0,; bulk of sales, $7.00
HHEF1" AND Wiwiw-rteretnts, i.mm
head; market steady: wethers. $0.0(14 76'.
ewea, $3.25f 5.00; lamba. $d.Oujr3.60.
St. 1 "tneiV 1feWet.
PT. I.OT'IB. Nov. 18 CATTLE Re
relnts. 4. hesd: market lower; nstlve
bee' steers. 87.604fl0 75; cows and heifers,
16 omui.K: southe- steers $."i.76'N7.7.; cows
and heifers, $4 OO1Q4.OO; native calvea, $8.00
HOUR-Recelnts. 10.tV) head: ms'ket
10c lower: pigs and Hants 9.ooit7.:
mixed and butchers. $7.0007.40; good
hea-y 97 1677.40.
HHFFP AND l.AMRf Receipts, . 7-V)
head; market stearfv native muttoni, $4.78
jfi.BO; lambs. M.OOff .90.
nt. Jm-k t,ti ptnek MeWe4.
BT. JOSEPH. Nov. 19 CATTLE Re
celnts 2 1 bead; market, slow: steers.
17 00110 Mi; ew ami heifers. 4 5O106Oi
iiomaneeeints 11.200 head: market.
dull end lower.
SIIF.FP AND I.AM "is neeeinis i
heod; market, lOtJil&c lower; lambs, $8.26
NEW YORK. Nov. 11. The coffee mar.
kat was generally quiet again today. Re-
forts of a further decline In the rate of
Uo exchange on London seemed to en
courage the pol cy fit procrastination on
the part of the local buyers, but only
a fow offerings were reported In the
cost and freight market which held
steady, and local spot prices were tin
rhanved at SViiVp for Rlo 7s, and 10e
for Santos 4s. Tha world's supply for
tha mnnth of October showed' an Inrrense
of 247,r9 bsgs, sgslnst an Increase of 537.
142 last year. Hales of 27,600 bags werl
reported through the voluntary commit
tee with I'eeem'ier dosing at 6.2M"i.2c:
March, 8446.47c; May, 5.84(ff6.ro. and
July, 1. 8545.720.
New York Master Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. IS. PRIME MER
CANTILE HAPFn-V6i oer rent.
HTF.RLINO EXCHANGE rUeady:
slxtv-dsy hit's 14 4525; for cables, $4.82;
for demsnd, MXffi.
tl,vi--H Bar, 4110.
IISDON, Nov. lS.-PILVER-Rar.
22 IJi-lRd sr ounce.
IHSCOCNT RATES Three months. 3'
(fA ner cent.
GOLD PKEMIt'Mfl At Madrid. 140.
Cnllnn Mark-. '
NEW TOnK, Nov. 1 - "OTTON-Spot,
qi'let: m'-'drna- upland. 7.60c.
The close of the cotton market was
stesdv rt a net loss of from 1 to 7 points,
LIVERPOOL, Nov. I orTTOV "not.
easier; nrlre unlet: Amerlesn -nlddling
fa'r. 6.44d; good mMdll". 4.7ld: m'ddl'ng,
4 4'1r, low mtddllne. H7d: good orrllnary,
3 100; ordinary. 2.4fd. Hales. 8,000 bales.
4 From a Staff Correspondent)
DE MOINEH. la, Nov. I.-(8polal
Telegram.) Mrs. Edmund Hterslng whose
hushsnd wai killed by Dr. Harry Kelly
nearly three years ago, gave testimony
In court In the Kelly trial today. Bhe
was brought to court In an automobile In
charge or a doctor. Bhe testified her
husband was only temporarily In tha sa
loon and had been employed In other'
occupations. The state quickly finished
Its case and the defense commenced by
reading depositions of mme witnesses
at the former tr'al.
Five Yeara More.
Frank Johnson, tho convict who
rsped Isst sinner from the road camp
at Ames, wsa sentenced to five years
In the penitentiary In addition to the sen
tence he Is serv ng.
George licenser, the convict who
esped from the Ames camp a few days
ng. has been captured In Greeley, Colo.
He will be returned to the state and will
be arraigned In court for the purpose of
having five yeaia added to his present
Conductor Killed in
Fight with Train
Robber in Iowa
EAGLE GROVE. la Nov. IS. William
J. Reynolds, a freight conductor on th
Chicsgn & Northwestern railroad, w'
killed eariy today In a battle with a train
robber between Bradgate and Rutland. '
The bandit escaped Into the woods In
Humboldt county, where the officers
have organised a posse and are searching
the county for him.
Shortly afler the Northwestern freight
train left Rradgate, a masked man en
tered the caboose, where H. H. Dale, the
hrakrman, and Tom Crana of Sioux
Rapids, a atockman, were riding. Rey
nolds waa standing on the back plat-'
The bandit opened up with a shot at
Crsne's feet and commanded both men
to line up against the wall and hold up
their hinds. They complied. Reynolds,
hearing the commotion Inside, rushed rn
and grappled with the bandit. Reynolds
wrestled with him and pushed him to
ward the caboose door, Onco on tha
Platform the bandit succeeded tn .siting
one arm free and fired three shot., ene
of which struck Reynolds. Then ldh
men rolled off the rear platform on the
track while the train was still moving.
Dale Immediately gave the signal for
the train to stop, and when It backed up
to where Reynolds was lying, he wis
found dying and the bandit has escaped.
The train then proceeded to Rutland with
Reynolds. The alarm waa given at Rut
land and the aearch began.
No money was secured from either Dale
or Crane, as Reynolds engaged the ba.idlt
before ha had begun hla search.
Four Carloads of '
Corn for Belgians
FORT DODGE. la., Nor. lS-CKpedal.)-If
donations of corn and cash continue
as they have for th las week, Webster
county will contribute (.000 bushels, or
nearly four cara, of corn to the needy
Belgians. The town of Dayton haa
pledged Itself to give one carload, or
about 1,200 bushels, of cor. L. W.
Wheeler of this city, who li In eharge of
the work, declares that the response to
the appeal has been wonderful. One wo
man living In the southern part ef the
county herself gathered four bushels of
tha best com on her farm and delivered
It to the elevator tn a nearby town.
t.lv.rrtnnl Craln Market.
LIVERPOOL. Soy. IS. -WHEAT-Hpot.
firm; No. 2 Manitoba. fs lOd; No. 8. 9s
-d: No. 2 western winter, 9a 4rt. Fu
tues not quoted.
CORN flnot. quiet: American mlxnd,
new, 7a. Futures, steady; December,
ftl; January 6a 7' d.
MEETS IN SHENANDOAH
SHENANDOAH, la., Nov. IT.-fSpeclal.)
Every' phase of the prevention and the
cure of tuberculosis will be taken up at
the South western Iowa Inter-Countr con
ference on tuberculosis of Page. Fremont,
Montgomery and Mills counties that will
be held In the public library here begin
ning Friday afternoon. Thla Is the In
itial effort of th state hoard to create
a sentiment among laymen as well aa
physicians to stamp out the disease by
arousing Interest In the work through
gatherings of thla sort. If It prove a
success others will be tield In th state.
Doctors from the neighboring towns, aa
well as state men from tha department
at Dea Moines, school teachers, house
keepers, editors and professional men
will take part In the two days' ses
sion. A. E. Kepford of Dei Moines, state
lecturer, will be the director.
NEW YORK. Nov. H.-M ETA L
l,esd $36l.f5: Ixmrlon, cU 6a. Spelter,
f'-.?6- Lnrulnn f?K "s M
HT. 1-OPIMJ Nov. iS.-Mr.TALR-Lad,
firm; $3.403.624. Spelter, firm; $4.9&'uO.0O.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18. EVAPORATED
APPLE" Quiet and eteady.
DRIED FMU I TH-Prunes, steady; Call
fornlas, 8Ulc; Oregon., pij'llc. Apri
cots, firm. Peaches, quiet. Raisins,
P fls4i M.rVel,
NEW YORK. Nov. U-PTIT OOODS
Cotton gods. qu'et: worsted vams
hlcher: cotton vain a. lacM m A v......
OMAIIA. Nov. 11 Hunk clearings for
Omaha today were S3,18i,SHg2, and for
the corresponding day last year, 83 114.
Prof. Bekevsi Hoaae (rasa Berlla. -
OR1NNELL, la.. Nov. l.-8pclal.)-.
Prof, and Mra Edward B. Bcheva of the
Orlnnell school of Mualc have arrived
here uft.r having been delayed in Jr
m&nv IVAr .Inc. th. hcrlnnlnv nf t b. ...
! Many rumors have been in circulation
concerning the reasons for th continued
absence of Mr. and Mrs. Scheve, soma ot
them even being to th effect that since
Mr. Believe was born in Germany be
waa In danger of being drafted into the
service of the kaiser. Prof. Scheve merely
laughed when b learned of this and aald
"No, I becama an America citlxen long
ago, and, besides, I am too old for a sol
dier. The reason Is very simple: Mrs.
Scheve and I could not secure passage, so
w waited in Berlin."
MORGAN ARE DISMISSED
NEW YORK, Noe. U-Tb Indictment
charging Daniel N. Morgan, former treas
urer of th United States, and six others,
with using th mail to defraud stock
Investor la connection with th opera
tions of Jered Ftagg, was quashed today
on motion of th United State district
attorney, who said that th testimony at
Flagg'a trial showed that Mr. Morgaa
and his six associate! were not guilty.
Mora Case of Diphtheria.
KI I EN AN DO AH, la., Nov. lL-fpeclat )
Two more cases have developed of diph
theria In Shenandoah. Mr. C J. Carl
son, who haa been taking cara of two of
her children who were suffering with it,
and another on of her children hare
the disease In a mild form. Th school
children that were sent bom Monday
will be allowed to return to School by
Thursday if they show no sign f tha
disease. A large per cent of tha school
ch ldr.n suffering from any form of
throat trouble were dismissed from th
schools. Th schools will be examined
again Monday In an effort to keep th
disease In check.
CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE
WILL REOPEN MONDAY
CHICAGO. Nov. W.-Ths Chic age Stock
exchanee will reauma bualnan Unuliii
I mnrilnr Tr.ltlna- will It n. ritill 14 1 1 1
listed and unlisted stock at tha cluslng
i prices of July SO. The lam rule applies
iu uvuui. . it naiMAiina airigenn paying;
stock trader will be permitted to deduct
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