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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1914)
THK HKK: OMAHA. KM DAY. XOVKMMKK -0. 1HH
llnaaea unil I ntliiri.
NICE -room fl At newly psperel and
ln!ntd; bah. gas. hot and cold atrr.
electric light; IK c r month. 31h-!S l.ea
Elegant 9-room hiodei-n brick Snart
ment. newly decorated, l.rf) per month. 84'i
8 291 h St.
Modern -rooni d'lf hM dwelling; oak
finish, beautiful ard. newlv decorated.
6ii per month. 1022 S. 29th St
Nice little 6-room cottatc, bath. loilt.
cleotrlo light, life per month. ?H4 Vinton
Eleaaht 9-room, houre. f.X) per month
112.1 g. 21Hh St.
6-room cottage. 2044 Vinton. ga, etec.
Tin light, hot and cold sArr; Inside toilet.
J. 0. 1SH, Executor,
Tf-3 Jlst Ave. Phnn- Harney 24.:.
ATTRACTS OF TITLE,
Kt KH Title Ouaramee and Ahatract Co.,
mosera iMitd office. JUfc 8. ITtb Et
rhone iKinglaj i4'7,
Rt- Eli" Abstract CoTIlTab7rract of
fice io Nebraska. 1'ianitt Theater.
KKAL KSTATK. 1OAXH
CI TT and farm loan-
J. H. Dumont Co. 1 Fi
-i GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET !rv; no-' n:;;;. V.t-W'.V1-'; OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET''
WANTED City loan. Fclcre Trut Co
OMAHA liimiri East Nebraska farme.
O K4iKKU REAL. ESTATr. CO..
1'1-t Omaha Natl. , lxmlaw "Til.
HAKUIHUN 4 MOhTOM. sl Um, Natl.
UAUV1N BliOS Vtri?aSt
Importing Countries Continue to
Absorb American Grain.
DO NOT KICK ON THE PRICES
Warrlat oanfrle A re IMrklna t
Alt the Aralliklr Foodeteffa
at tke arloaa tiotatl
Frnlaree f Trading.
Fix !'!( - l i l itnard
UTt-V II n-MJi m
t'tiRX-Xn, 'I yellow
DATS-Nn. 1 white,
1MIH tiKNKKtk M.HKKI
1-lh cartons. .-; No.
REDUCED from I7..V to M.V) for winter.
small bungnlow on ti' of town. Kxtrul
lota for garden tins f V n. fi'i Paxtou i
EIOHT-ROOM dwelling, s'rictlv modern.
low rent. Call nt IOC.) Si -th St. Phon
For Kent .
A pretty R-room b'inBlow. all tnoUern.
located rlOFe to far line and arhool; fur
nnce heat: full cement bnaement.
Call Walnut 682 after p. m.
v 1 ut arm loan Kloka Ins A o. Omaha
WAX rK7.:Uy iona and aarranla. V,
Tarnam omitli 4r Co. l.t) Karnam.
Ke loans a srerlalty.
Thoman, I.'N Stato Hank Hldg.
H io Ik.OV nifiur tirimpt:y. K. l. W ead,
Hd Bld(r , ISth and Karnam Sta.
'i . '
UOM, on Pand lor city and t
i.OAKS. Hernia. i:ar!lxra Co..
S1K-312 Hrnn.lrls Theater llida.
H. W. Bmder. Ctty Natl.
SKK us firnt If you want a farm loan.
Urited ytatci Trust Co.. Omat.H. Neh.
KKAIi KSTATK NORTH SIDK
-4 rtKima modern. A.
411I Itee IHila;. T"l. H. XM.
Warm hoiif, a for winter at red
WIS Woolworth Ave.. S rooirii,
lfin JC. Crtth, rooma, mod. ex
'.tllf? Jteward, rooma. U.
2T0S Karnam. S loomr, mod. hri'k. IjO.
14 N!. ?4th. 10 room, mod.. 3S.
RINOWAI.T. Ttrandelii TheHter Pldir.
BRAfTIFl'TI home. ?-r. lWT:n7mp7.
ruaa and draperies will be left, strictly
HASTINGS ft HEYPF.N, 114 Harney St.
1S14 Harney Pt.
(MILl.tll PARK H(Mrrino, new, -loom
and batti, modern, t loae to car
land e hoot, cement cellar and walka.
only K.a. terms, from ownT. I'hone
RKAl, KSTATK SOUTH SIDK
For Railroad or
Fidelity Storage Q)!ttsv"Vu,-'-s
t. . , In a flrat-claaa n
Storaae. movtmr. natklnc and ulilnnlna.
1th Jackson Pta. Phone rounta Ss
all modern. 7-rooni house;
flat. K0 No 23d.
minutes' wulk aouth from
union stations, V block i
rroiindod by fine homes, i
nelRhhorhood. This In a,
well-constructed. 2-atorv. s-room mrnlern
hoiiFe, having hot water heat and a Hudd
Instantaneous hot water heater; attract
ive llvlna; room, library with brick fire
place, dlrrtna room, kitchen, butler a pan
try, etc., first floor: 4 attractlvo comer
bedrooms, complete bathroom second
OMAHA, Nov. IS. 114.
i Importing count ne continue to absorb
!e-ry nriii of wheat available, and. ao
, corUina to the hHiinlcrs of this ttrain they
( arc not balkinai on Ilia rico tlicv ai
la.-ke,i to pay.
i Tim cash wtieut trade was reported at
nno.ixio . at the seaboard yesterday. ..
1W bit. In the northwest and 4t0.Ot bd. at
.Chlcoa-o. Theae transactlona, while lib
eial, were claimed to be out of line bv
1 tha head of one of the export concerns in
the trade, who said thai the total export
business yesteiday amounted to at least
1 i.omi.ftut bit. more than mada public.
It la expected that th amount oi ton
nage on the ocrnn will be Increaaed so n,
as nineteen steamers arrived at Haltl
morn Tuesday ami yesterday, and these.
It as said, would W loaded with grain
and flour and be shipped out of this
coilntrv as uulcklv ss imsslble.
all the wheat sold vrsterday will go to
the seaboard nil rail. The lamer flour
markets reported good-slied salea of that
commodity on export account yesterday.
Kfports came from Minneapolis, ft.
Ixuils. Kansas City and Chicago mlll'rs
that business on export snd domestic ac
count was quite liberal, with the fueling
The corn market was strong and U
hifcher This strength rims largely from
the advance In whest and oats and the
smaller offerings In the pit.
Oats showed advances of -SfiSe yester
day on oecreaeed country oitcntiga and
an Increase In the inquiry, although the
cash transactions ware, only ltS.Orti
bushels. Hogs at the yards were off
sharplv In price and the run In the west
was 1:4.100, compare 1 with 10ti.W a year
Wheat was unchanged to higher.
Corn was ("i'le higher,
v Onts were unchanged to Vie higher.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour,
1, ao-lh tubs. :ile
CHFKSIv-lmported Pwlas, c; Amer
ican Hilss. block Swiss. :?c; twins.
tt,i ; daisies, tutjc; triplets. 1V: Young
Americas. blue label brick, l.c: llm-
burger. !b.. V; 1-1 b . XV; New York
white, l-ic; Imported Frenvn lloquelort,
IU:FF CCTS-rtlbs; No. I, lc; No -.
1V: No. x. H'c. lxilns: No. 1. l'c No.
I. 16Vie. No. Chucks'. No. 1. )0'y;
No, 2, 10e: No. i, Ho. Rounds: No. 1.
l:tc; Nc. I. ISSc; No. S. II1- Tlatcs.
No. I. !c; No. J, Vc; No. 3, V4e.
Flftll Trout. 14c; large crapples, Wcj
salmon. me: halibut. llHc: channel cat
fish. I Jo; pike, 14c: pickerel, 10c.
roi'l.TRY -rtrollera, 14Hc; eprlngj chick
ens, lie; hens, 1lc; co.ka, so; ducks,
loc; geese, 8c; turkeys. Irte nlgeona. 1r
do., Wc: ducks, full feathered, liv; geese,
full feathered, c; squabs, No. 1. II.W; No.
Market quotations furnished by Qlllnskl
Hil l l -Oianges: Hvtra fancy Y alen
Ias !s lt?s. liMs. ISrta. 17fia. !Ws. M.OO per
Nearly 1 box; Red Hall Valencies, all slaes, .L7S
per box. Imons: ancy .th's, ,is, ..;
per box; choice Red Patl, . DO
per Ih. Orapefrult: All sises, t2M per
box. Apples: Kxtra fancy Ortmes Uol
den, 1. 7S per box;' fancy Washington
Orlmea, II. W per box; extra fam-y YVash-
incton Jonathans. 11.00 per 00a; inncy
sllKhl'-Tlirn was a deildcdlv better
I'ebng In the sheep trade this morning.
cicialiy In the cane 01 fat lambs. Yhli
iiottnng strutlv toppy of any kind was la
statu ihe nualltv on tho whole wua
I fairly goo.1, with the bulk of the offer-
Mngs from the range, I tab, Wyoming and
hogs steady to ten higher ! ,J;r:.!!,nJ:.l:r.r7Bp;!!J,r;,.,."v, IK
I higher than vesterday. Top paid for
I'al l.i.h. t I'iritrs I eats , sucn oiierings aa were on ma marnet
lllgaer ia Aetlre Ka( gkeea
Cattle Receipts Light and Trade it !
Slow with Tendency Lower.
i MASONS TO CLOSE REUNION
Festivities of Scottish Rite' Order
Ends with Banquet Tonight.
THIRTY-SECOND DEGREE NEXT
Work Meeneii Only to Ike lllehrst la
tlie Fraternity t II Re Aelaaln
latere This tfternooa
1m m Large Class.
SOCTH OMAHA. Nov. Is. li'14
2,000 bu.; oats,
NEW R-room coltsge
r ir-i win ' un.,r, iiiiii'-'i ' 1 ' " , ' . , , . - ... 1 .
tionally large rooms, strictly modern, I "oor; ."VI T "L . ui .-i.t-near
caf line and near school-$?2.Ba ' room finished; oak finish f rst floor, plate.
New five-room cottage, modern except ! glass windows throughout: south front.
li-at. finished in oak. near car llne-J.. ' J"l ft., al ey In rear, on paved street
Reven rooms, parlor extending across I with fine shade trees. This Is a I, OoO
tha entire front of the house, oak finlBh. 1 property, priced ,0(-but WANT AN,
colonnade openings, four bedrooms and 1 OFFER. Muat be sold. Reasonable!
bath; fine neighborhood, near car 10. terms, see us at once. 1
AMERICAN 8BCI RITY COMPANY.
17th and Douglas Pta. Douglas 5013.
t-ROO.M, a, I modern house, excellent con
ditlon, WO I"ewey Ave., two
blocks from Farnam car; pos
session Nov. 23, H0 per month.
THK BYRON RKED CO..
T'hone Doug. 237. 212 H. 17th Ft. o
-I! George & Company
Phone n. 7fri, 302 City Nit. Bank Bldg.
FINH lot in Hansiym park district, one
block from car; has nice large terrace,
sewer, set out In trees. H. 4111,
In a strictly ft-room modern house, 3574
Spalding, Al furnace; good condition.
s-Ve tnle at once. 122. so.
.HASTINGS A HKYHKN, I14 Harney. o
equal to' 3HO.O0O bu.
corn, 'fal'id higher.
1'rintarv wheat recelpta were 2.1.lt.0no bit.
and shipments 1.M7.000 bu.. against re
ceipts of 1.SR3.000 bu. and shipments of
87".0O0 hn. last year.
Primary corn recelpta were ".M.flOO bu.
and shipments W1.000 bu.. against recelpta
of MO.OO bu. and shipments of 231,00.) bu.
Prlmarv oats recelpta were. ll,0tn bu.
and shipments P94.OO0 bu., against receipts
of 537.0W) bu. and shipments of 13,000 bu.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
Official Monday ...
Offh lal Tueedav.....
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
I'our dsys this week .1l.o;l ,44 4.1'
fame daa last week . .H.4.'i 2H.I' W.4XI 1
fame Unys 2 wks. agn.1.4,) , Tl r4.4t
Knme days ;t wks.'go.:V.iV, U',71 M.41W
fume daya 4 wks. aao.lV.m I7.0K". IM.xi.".
came days last vear..:M.SM 41.201 MM
Tha following table shows the racelpts
or cattle, hogs and sheep at tha South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
dale, as compared with last year:
1914. 1!MS. oec.
Cattle .ii.ki S7..1M 4...,t:l!
hs is.,, both lalrlv goo fed westerns
1 and wheatflel, grades irom Jdaho bring
' Ing this price. The bulk of all lamba on
' sale sold around It ."Atil..!. While any.
I thing In the mutton line seemed to be In
1 better demand than on the last two days
the movement was none too active at that
1 and prb-ee were no better than about
ateadv. There were still Imilcstlona that
we..: eaes only nan warmrn up toiino a poor
14 WS outlet an.l at present even the beet grsdes
1 "1.V4 . r ro' much sought after. Taking the
1 trade In general the market waa falrlv
the packera was cleana.1 up In fair seaaon I ttT m I'eraong. It following the conferring
The Masonic reunion held In connection
with the dedication of the new Scottish
Rite cathedral ana brought to a elofe
last night wlih a banquet I nthe cathedral
banquet hall, where covers were laid
Although the bulk of today's recelots
was from the range the proportion oa the
I feeder order was very small. The demand
for something for feeding purposes was
1 much like It has been all the week thus
' far and what lltle stuff changed hands
on that account showed no material
cl;snee from yesterday or from the close
of lst week. A feature of the trade has
I been a ersrolty of right good feeders of
all kinds with a large share of the offer
lne being on the medium order. On
Colorado Jonathans. 11. per box; fancy'"
Jonathans. l per box.
RKAL KSTATK WKST SIDK
Stores aat Utflora.
that are verv desirable
"Well located and easily access
. ibleinThe '
(Tha Building that Is Always New.) : rj0ug 1223
OFFICE, ROOM 103. j
TWO steam-healed stores, very low rent, i .v ;
near postof flee. U. P. Stebblns. I
" "- FINK LOCATION FOR
Own corner lot. north purt of city.
Will build modern croccry store to
auit purchaser and sell on easy terms.
BANKERS' REALTY INVESTMENT
round Floor, ttee BulMing,
I Am Forced to Sell
a new five-room, all modern
house recently purchased by
me. This house Is located In the .
West Fainam district, one bloclt
from Leavenworth oar and four
blocks from Farnam. Oalc
finish downstairs, white enamel
hath, sleeping porch, beautiful
Inwn. You can buy .this house
at a big sacrifice.
Address, M 21. Bee. or after
6 p. m. phone Webster HMD.
1 St. Lou s '
These Bales were reporte.I todny Wheat :
No. -i hard winter, cars, l.0. No. '
hard winter. 2 cars, 1.07; 2 cars, ll.O.'i
No. 4 h.-iid wlnnr. i car, turn; ' rf.
II.OS'V No. mixed. 2 cars, J1.07Vk;
I Buys a brand new. heat cottage In good
location. About two hundred dollars less
! than you couW buy It for next spring.
Shuler & Cary,
234 Btate Bank Bldg.
ear, 11.07; 4 cars, i.wv
ear. 11.14 No. 3 durum,
car, II. IS; S car II. Ov
durum, 1 cur, 1.0s. No.
1 car. If Me?, uye: rio,
No. 2 durum, 1
1 car. 1.13Vfc; 1
No. 4 mixed
4 durum mixed,
3, 1 car,
extra fancy Washington Hoovers, ii.se
per Ikix; choice Colorado Jonathans. 1100
per box; Oregon Ppltienburga, l.4 per
box; Oregon Winter Bananas, 11.78 per
box; extra fancy Washington Delicious.
12 00 per hnx; New York Oreenlngs. SS 00
per barrel New York Baldwins. 12.7 per
barrel. Pears: California Clarglens. 12.1.1
ter box; extra fancy n'Anjous, -.M per
box. (Jrniwa: California Kmperora, 13.60
per barrel California Fmperora, 11.75 per
crate; Malagas, lfi.00 per keg. Unnanas:
IVr bunch, 1.7r.ff80O.
VF.tlETAm.E8 Cauliflower, I2.ro per
crate. Cabbage: Per pound, IV- Cu
cumbers: Two doaen box, 12 50. Celery:
Michigan, SSc per doaen; Ilenver Jumbo
isr per iloien. Teppers: Per basket. &c
Tomatoes: Per basket, 11.28. Lettuce:
Heiirt, fOcll.SO per doaen: leaf. 40c per
dozen. Onions: Shallots. 10c per dor.en.
Radishes: 1'er dosen, Wc. Onions: Yel
low, 2Hc per round; red, lHc per pound.
Horsersdlsh! Per ease, II. t. Oarllo:
Italian, per nound. !0c. Potatoes: Idaho,
5c rer bushel; Red River Ohlos, c per
bushel; Minnesota whites, 0 jer bushel.
Hweet Potatoes: Per barrel. S3.00: Jerseys.
! 11.7. per hamper.
I NVTS-Walnnts: No 1 California. lo
I per pound. Pecgna: Far pound, 12ic;
I Sumbo, IV rr pound. IllKerts: Per
pound, Vic; long naplea, lao per pound.
I MISCELLANEOUS Popcorn: Phelled,
per pound, 4e. Dates) Sugar walnut,
' 11.40 per box. Almonds: rer pound, 20c.
I Limes: Per ho, 11.75. Cracker Jack:
Per case, IS.S0: pet" half case. 11.71.
! Checkers: per caae, 18.50; per half case.
1 1175. Dates: Dromedary, 13.00 per cas.
Honey: Per case, 3 50. Figs: Twelve
nee per case, Sac, Cider: Per keg.
per half barrel. tSOO. Cocoanuta:
j j per sack. S4.0O: per doxen, J5c. Squash:
-cr pouna, i'o.
1 ! ftMl T,l i',' MUM Vt rfu.'a m.rlrl the tilllk n( (h
fheep I.w!71 2.T7.s4 'M,h I feeder lambs moved at S7.00iHT.iln. There
Tha following table shows the average I were no feeder of consequence on
price for hogs al the South Omaha 110 yesterday a market, but somo sold this
sto. k market for the few days, with inornlna at It 30.
romparlsone: quotations on sheep and lamha: l.ambs,
""tiale i im imi i--. .... , l",'. 'n,v' ' -boce, x.ii.Vf.fO; lambs, fair 10
i 'ate I ISM (T'M.I 1S12.,1 l.ilsul. Man. . m.i tr. ....a tn -i.Aica
I in v,7.40: feeders, common, la Sfma.W;
good to choice n.isKqi.w.; year.
to good. ga.Ti.TO; yeaning".
ii k :i r n vo. feeders. I.,.aoj). 10; wetnera, goon io
I I tl ll T 00 1 choice. M.0Ort.?X; wethers, fair to good,
Nov. 1 , . I gi T 7l 04 T 87 T 72 I fti.i.4:
Nov. 2. TlS T 7i 10! T all T S 73 yearlings, g
rov. . T , J (Ml a 101 S Qo! T bft & S I tings, fair
Nov. 4. 1 T 1MI T M' 7 l t 111 (Wl 7 ',4i 6 si feeders.
Nov. .j T v I J7; I 241 ) fll 1 T 00 choice. s.O
Nr"'. T. 7 tvl 1 at T a til 1 no: I r eaes. aood
7.1 7 M 1 Mi 7 7a. a 141 1 no: 1 71
l I T ail 7 Mil ti 1 oil T ti
vrj j 7 77; 11 T mi 7 7t 8 al
Nov. W I tOW 7 721 IS III 7 Ml T 73) I M
Nov. U. J 47! 7 641 7 4W" 6 27 7 Ml 7 7! 6 1
Nov. IS. I 1 4n',. 7 an, .? a,, 1 T N, 7 Ml 1. ,
Nov. 131 T 7,1 1 7S T S.T ll 371 I 7 S i 71
I 7 W 7 l l 7 M T B7
10: 7 si
171 7 M14
1SI 7 i
191 7 MS
7 7 79,
T il 7 VI I
111 7 W 7 9,i & M
8 S3! 7 4II 7 H.1I 8 54
6 SO 7 Ml T W 5 f
I T 20' 7 ( 5 TO
rtecei us and disposition
Al ! SfAlf
St the t nlon stock yarda, Kouth Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at o clock
. m. yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
St. P.. M.
Total receipts.... as y, j
RKAI, KSTATK IX VESTMKXTS
Two Fla's Close In
Nearly new double building, contaln-
1 ing two modern n-rcKim apartments, rent-
SG00 PER MONTH for one-h .lf .if evcel-I for Per "'""th and always occu-
WAJSTK'J TO HEXT
Farm for Rent.
Dairy Farm For Kent
On West Dodge paved road, beat lo
cated dairy farm near Omaha; 4'- mile
from city; 110 acres; 40 acres pasture, 4)
acres alfalfa and 30 acres farm land;
large barn accommodating 47 head cows
and with large hay storage capacity;
H.'JX) per year.
George Hi Company,
Phone D. 7."s3. 903 City Nat. Bank Bldg
Lot 00x135. Two blocks from
Farnam car and easy walking distance
from business district. Heal small In
vestment we have for oale.
State Bank liidg. Tyler I53t.
with everything furnished.
Ccppock. lloiep- e, Neb,
wantkm to pf.nt'-a farm on .hares ' Flic Just reduced for quick sale on
,(. R.VI V MMI'W... W.IU .VbOl. -mini
dlstsnce; on paved street, full lot. ana
renting to one tenant at 130 a month;
11.000 cavh to handle. This Is an excellent
Glover & Spiain
l ASLM A RANCH LAJMU8 FOR SALtO
15 DOWN nnj a monthly buys 40 acres.
Grain, fruit, poultry land, near town;
prioo, 1220. 110 monthly buys su acres.
VVrUe for list cheap land Box 425-Vt.
FOR SALE-Eighty acres of Irrigated
land In tne most prosperous county In
the state of Nebraska, all In alfalfa;
good house and bam, and good well.
W iir sell tot 10 per acre if taken at
once. Write or Inquire for 8. e. Morrow.
Mitchell. Neb., for terma.
91S-20 City National.
FENCED valley farm for sale. Level
coutitry. Fine deal. Three m.les town.
Close school. Jesse Hopsall, Sootla, Neb.
KKAL ESTATK MihCKLLANEOUS
MAP OK OMAHA PTUEETS, Indexed
also Omaha red hook, vest pocket aise,
free at our offlcei two stamps by mall,
Charlea E. W illiamson Co.. Real EsUta.
Inaurance. rare t( Property, Omaha. o.
' ' Hi- '!
, ; iky-. rrgV I
- i- Jr " . ... -S-m :'
i - - - ae... ,.
' E "1 t -
AH CERTAIN bentvolmt jMitloa have
recently donated a splendid property
well locate! In Omiha (consisting of
houses and lots) to a worthy charitable
Institution in another state, those rep.
resenting 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
m in a life time. This is no 'Sharper
Real Letate Deal," but a bona fide offer
from the persons authorised to bell this
property at once, that t lie needs of the
charity for which it waa so generously
given may derive the benefit that the
donors of thla fine estate intended.
Phone Rol 6'Wt, and you will be called
UJ'On leearding tl i at one.
Harlev: No. 4. 1 car. fte. No grade, 1
car. u6H" Coin: No. 1 vhlte. 1 car.
ti2'e. No. '.' white, 1 car. cars,
82 '40. No. 3 white, 1 car, 62Stc; 1 car,
62,. No. 5 white, 1 car. 61c. No. 2
vnllow. cars, kjo. No. 3 yellow, 1 car,
62c; 7 cars, fi'J'.ic; 2 cars, 62c. No. 2
mixed, 1 car, 'SlMc No. 3 mixed, 1 car.
Sl"c; 2 cara.,Slc; 8 cars, ic. No. 4
mixed. 1 a.V Ja.. N. 5 m.xed, 1 car
told), fl'ie. Oat: No. S white, 7 cars,
4S'4c."Ho. white, 4 cars. 40'ie; S car.
4T.c. No trade; 1 ear, 44V- ' t.
Omaha Cash Pricea Wheat : No. 5
hard, Sl.OTHifil.OO; No. 3 hard. Sl.ofiVMtl.""!
No. i hard. ll.02sjl.0ilH: No. S spring, 1.08H
(81.08; No. 3 spring. 1.06Hfl 07; No. 4
spring. t1.016I.Hi No- 2 durum, l.13(Ji
1.14; No. 3 durum. J1.0gyi.13H. Corn: No.
1 white, 2'if624o: No. 2 white. MQHWl
No. 8 white. OJ-ffH': No. 4 white, til
1c: No. 6 white. 60sift1c; No, 6 white.
0"&30V: No. 1 yellow, !8i'grT2ie; No. 2
yellow. 6ifi2Ho: No. 8 vellow. mVV;
No. 4 yellow. eiHWio; No. 8 yellow, 1W
;iuc; No. 6 yellow, WiiMlo; No. 1 mixed
6laW. No. i mlxoa, lilHc; No. 3
mixed, tHl". No. 4 mixed, lie
No. 5 mixed, MHaOrNo. mixed. 604i
MW: Oats: No. 2 white, vvgw?: ",a"
daTd, 45Ht6; No. 3 white. 4fiV?4f.Hc;
No. 4 white, 45G4M.C. Barley: Ma ting.
lW72e;' NO. t feed, WVirtOe, Rye: No. 2,
HcUI.0l; Io.TS, KSfiWHC. '. , (
CHIt-AUO tiRAIX AND PROVISIONS
Feat area of tha Trading: ana 1 losing
Prleee oa Board of Trad.
CHICAOO. Nov. 19. Sharp falling off In
recelpta at western primary points helped
to rally wheat today from a aetback due
to lower quotations at Liverpool. There
was a steady close. Corn lost Vn'e tu
1'iiN.H net and oats l-lrtc. Provisions fin
ished at a range varying from 30c down
to a r.se ot 17HC . .
Lest prloea for. wheat today , were
reached In the lust hour,' when tue mar
ket went Ho above laat night, largely be
cause of attention to statements showing
that western primary arrivals for. the
seven day just ended were .800,uu0 bu.
less than for the preceding seven days.
At the aame time the fact was pointed
out that export clearances gave no sign
of any letup. On the other hand, there
mere continued complaints that business
with Europe was hampered by scarcity
of vessels, owing to the high rates ob
tainable on the other aide, chiefly in the
service between Scandinavia und Ger
many. Heaviness In the wheat market early
waa accompanied by assertions that de
mand at Liverpool had been noticeably
checked by yesterday's advance here. It
waa a! ho sam that rears or a wet
veat in Argentina were discounted by
knowledge that the region where the bulk
of the crop la raised 'Sae in excellent con
dition. Cold weather had the effect of Increas
ing rural olfera of corn and of bringing
about a good deal of selling pressure on
the December option. The May delivery
was bought by commission houses on rest
Prleee for "als held comparatively
steady owing to the smallnees of receipts.
Domestic shipping oalr Improved.
For the most part provisions were
stronyer as a result of covering by shorts.
An exception waa November lard, which
wis apparently being unloaded by one of
th Mr packers.
Grain prices furnished by Logan Ic
Bryan. 31,1 South Sixteenth street;
Artlelel Open. I High. I Uw. f Close. ITes'y.
New York fleaeral Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 19-fiUO AR-Raw,
ateaty: molasses. 3.3M3. 42c; centrifugal,
4.0&4.07c. Refined, steady; cut loaf, 6.00c;
crushed, 590c; mould A. 8.5Aoi cubes.
S.Sfio; XXXX powdered, 1.35c; powdered,
5.20c: fine granulated, 8.10c; diamond A.
6.10c; confectioners' A 6.00c; No. 1, 4.3j.
Bl'TTF.R Weak; receipt, 4.833 tuba;
creamery extras (91 acore), 34c; creamery
(higher scoring), 84Hf38c; creamery
fliate, Sofisac; ladles, current make firsts,
22'S23Hc; eeconJs. 2)Utv22oi oacklna- stock.
current make. No. X 31c,
CHE'ttHE-Staady; recelpta. I.joo boxes:
.state whole milk, fresh colored specials,
15f15He! state whole milk, white, lGlie;
state wnuKj mux wniie, I4')r loc; skims
HUQS Irregular: recelpta, 5.293 rass;
fresh gathered, extra fine, ."WMle: extra
firsts, 3iri:iSc; firsts, B4)Mo; seconds, 27
r3?e: state and nearby hennery whites.
tuvmiwic; state anq nearoy rresn gsthernd
whites, Wittc: state and nearby gatnered
browns and mixed colors, ,S2f4Sc; state
u. ..c.iroy hennery browns, 4Ka44:.
POCLTRY Dressed, firm,' vestern
roasting chickens, 17Hfi'20o; fresh fowls,
12M.lSc; froxen turkevs, lS22o.
POI I.TRY-Allve. firm: western chick-
, ens, l..tij".c: fowls. 14qiI6c; turkeis. 18
Kansas City Oral si asl Provlaloaa.
1 KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 19. WHEAT
1 No. S hard. 1.07Hn.l it; No. 2 red, 81.08
LH;: lsi-ember. I1.07T4; May. II. !
I C()RN-Vo. 2 mixed t'lHc: No. 2 white,
j 64H'Htrc; December, 63Hc; ilay, W.c.
OATS-No. 2 white. 47Hc; Nu. 2 mixed.
Morris A- Co....
Cudahy i'acklng VoY.'.'.
rtniiimr at 10
Srhwnrtg A Co .',
Lincoln Packing Co....
S. o. Packing Co
Hill A son..".
F. B. twla .
J. M. Root Co
L. F. Htiax
Weithelmer & legen..
H. V. Hamilton....
Mo. Kan. Calf Co....
Baker, Jones A Smith
A v. Pr
nv 7 30
0 7 90
108 4 "i
72 8 00
67 8 Ml
112 4 76
6S 8 00
65 7 8
6 T ST.
56 6 so
an 7 30
62 7 80
J , SO
7 8 78
113 4 80
71 S 80
66 7 6"
87 7 )
102 4 SB
90 S !'o
111 4 Ttl
10 4 70
69 8 38
77 3 78
77 8 75
72 S 88
73 S 60
TTF-R Creamery. 31c
seconds, 2fc; packing, 21o.
FXJOiS Firsts, 2c; seconds, SSc.
POCLTRY - Hens, 12c; roostets.
Si.7i1iti.0n; wethers, feeders. 14 304. .;
eaes, good to rholce 4.71T.00: ewes,
fslr to good. I4.cW4.T3; ewes, feeders,
12 Idaho feeder lamba
ft9 Idaho feeder lamba
.n0 Idaho ewes
on Idaho lamha
300 Idaho I iitnbs
241 Idaho lamba
61 Wyoming ewea
181 South Dakota lambs
120 Wyoming lamba
1W Wyoming lambs
1S9 South Dakota feeder lamha..
SID South nekota feeder lambs..
327 South nakota feeder lambs..
Mir. South Dakota feeder lambs..
23 J fed lambs
177 fed ewes
wig Montana lamba
49 Wyoming feeder lambs
131 Wyoming feeder ewea
140 Wvomlng ewes
130 Wyoming ewes
93 Wyoming lamba
261 Idaho lambs
3M Idaho lambs
6K9 Idaho lambs
1026 Idaho lambs
CHICAOO I.IVR BTOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady Hoc lllgra'r "sjeef)
CHICAOO. Nov. l.-OATTL-necelpts.
S.trno head: market stesdv; beeves, SS.T6(ft
I0.W- steers. 16. 404.oO; cowa and heifers,
3.tavrrt) 20; calvea. SH.ILW- , . .
IUMIH Receipts, 23,) bead: market 5fl
ion higher; hulk of sales, 7.2.fl7.48; light,
S7.00i'7.5O: mixed. r iO155; heavy, r omft
7.56; rough, 17.0llffJ.16; lags, 4.tf0.40.
SHEEP AND LAMBrt-RecelPta. 10,000
head; market strong: aheep, i.80f.20:
yearlings, fi.4W.fi; lambs, S6.tXsV9.t3.
Kanaaa City Live glock Market.
u- ANfi AS CITT. Mo.. Nov. 19. -CATTLE
tl',1 lii.ini. IMI bead: market, strong;
were prime fed ateera, 10.flu10.75; dressed beef
8W): stockers and feeders. !6.2Mf.00; bulls.
S5.350i7.00; calves, 86.50-H 10.60.
H)( rieceipts, ii.uvu
higher; bulk, I7.404r7 60; V? J -
packers and butchers. S7.4O4tr.0; light,
17 HMf7.63Hl Plat". S8.50irW.25.
8HEBP AND LAMBH-Recelpta J.OOJ
head: market higher; lamba. .'.;
yeavlTViga, IK.SOffJIO; wethers, SV75ii.t0;
YVheatl J I
8-R00M MODERN BIUCKI iSii
tHJLKfj ' J t J. il 'Corn I 1
320 Acre Farm
Only IS miles to town; rich bibek loam
soil, with clay aubaoll, practically all
under cutlvatlon. (Cut shows.) The
house, a new H-ioom daeiling, which cost
S6.0U0. Owner hun instructed us to sell
for 144 per acre. O'jod terms can be had.
Will be glad to bave you call at our
office or write
THE VUOEL LUALTY AGENCY.
1015-16 W. O. W. Bldii. Omaha. Neh.
Best dairy and general crop state In the
Union; aalUers wanteu; land4 for sale at
low l lices oq itasy terms. Ask for book
let 34 oa Wisconsin Central 1-and Giant,
aiata acrea wanted. Wrfti about our
graaiag lands. If interested In fruit lands,
auk for . booklet on Apple Orchards la
Wisconsin. Address Iand Dept.. boo
Lla. rty.. Mloueaiolis. MI110.
Hard wood flobrs, nicely arranged, cor
ner lot on paved street, well located.
r if niTTOfi
' 017 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 1294.
REAL ESTATE KOU TXCHANuK
HIGHLY improved l:ed RUcr vslley
farma; ran accept some tradea. Write
for Hat. Huxly-Brown Barneavilla. Minn.
i'6R fcALE or part trade, alfalfa farm
In Beaver Valley, Neb. Box 3i. Uead-
To reassure consumers who are afraid
to eat meat on account of the foot and
mouth diaeaae, the Department of Agri
culture issued a ststement that If prop
erly cooked even the meat of an Infected
ar.lroal was not dangerous.
Warning was given by officials of the
Federal Reserve board and the Treasury
department that the south muat learn
diversification of crops and make a re
daction of cotton acreage next year. If
It Is to get the full benefits from Lie llii.
004.000 loan fund lust completed, and In
sure a material Increase in the price of
raw cotton for nest year's crop.
Final solution of freight rate problems.
i a ell as the questlcn of government
j ownership, must wait for the completion
'of the phyalcal valuation of the railioadt,
I in the opinion of Charles A. Prouty dl
1 rrtor of valuation of the Interstate Com
imrrre commission. Judge Prouty ad
dressed the National Association of Hall
way Commissioners, telling the members
that the treatment of railroads probably
was the moat Important practical ques
tion before the oounuy and doclartng
teat tha question of government owner
ship mast Boon be meU
18 6JH! 18 1 18 67H
19 02Vi 19 17Vil 19 00
10 15 10 12H
10 J7H'10 2-2i
10 OS 1 10 00
10 32H! 10 KH
May. I 714i 71H!
Oata I I
D c. . loOH'rnVi 60Ha H 1
May. I l'3'i! 54
Pork I I I
Jan.. I 18 62H' 1 75
May.J 19 00 J 19 20
Jan.. I 10 12HI 10 17U 10 10
May . 10 22.J 10 27H 10 22-251
Jan.. 110 (rMW 10 07HI 1 I
May. II J 27-25I 10 32H! 10 25 I
Chicago Caah Prices Wheat: No. S red.
Il.lt4l.l6; No. 2 hard. Il lMil.m. Com: No.
t yellow. 7:g72,i: No. 1 yellow. 71Jti'(I'T2c;
new, .7c. Oats No. S white: tHi49c;
standard 5iol4e. Eve: No. 2. l 0HH
Barley. 61ift0c. Reed: Timothy. S3 7ii ti;
clover. 10 0iii4 00. Peov'stons: Pork, 117 iu;
lard. 810.51; ribs. S9.7MI10.Ti.
,. .,.. i nr. - - 'Tier. 4nirV
EOGS Higher: receipts, 77 issea: at
mark, chss Included. 211 2"ic: ordinary
flrts ffflc: firsts o''eryue.
lon-r Tnru-l "naeti'd . Mlcbin end
Wisconsin. SMitso; Minnesota, 85045c. Re
ceipts, 84 tars.
I'D'. 1.1 111 .snve, lower; springs, nve;
fowls, lie; turkeys. I5'4c.
Liverpool Krala Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 19.-WH EAT-Spo.
eav; No. 2 Man'toba. 9a d: No. 3.
9s 6d: No. 2 western winter, 9s td. .Fu
CORN Spot, dull- American mixed
new. 7s. Futures, firm; December, 6a7Hd:
January, oe vi.
Ulssrasells Gratia Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Nov. It.
WHKAT-Deceinber, SI 14H; May. tl;
at. LoaU Grain Market.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. I8.-WHEAT-N0 2
red. I1.1UU1.13; No. 2 hard, 1 13l 14U
Decemlier, l.l2H'nI12H; May. II lW
.,.nu..HT. k - A a .
vun, w. , dici ro. z wniie
Inal; liecember, 660; May, 70'47Ui,
OATS-NO. -8 48c; No. S white, 50c.
NEW YORK. Nov. 19. COFFEE The
market was more or less unsettled here
today. Braslllan exchange on London waa
higher, and the few offers reported in the
cost and freight market were generally
steady at unchanged Prices, but recent
Importations hy Canadian Interests are
being put on the market for sale her at
comparatively low quotatlona. and the
spot situation was easier In consequence,
with Rio 7a quoted at 6'-io and Santos 4s
at 10c. Liquidation of December in d.
vance of the notices exMctad
of a wet har-! continue through the voluntary commit.
tii rnponea sales of 4T,B(10 bags
December closed at I . Sue; March. 6.61
QitWc; .May, j.8l!Q6.sic. 1
NEW YORK. Nov. 19.-COTTON-Kuot
fjtii.t: middling upland. 7.50c pot
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 19.-COTTON-Spot
In fair demand; nrlces steady: American
middling fair. 5.41d: good middling, 4.74d
middling, 4.42d: low middling. H.Rld : good
ordinary, s.ljd; ordinary, 2.td; sales.
8.10 bales. 1
The cotton market today ruled generally
steady with the close steady, net un
changed to I points higher.
Omaha liar Market.
OMAHA. Nov. 19.-PRAIRJK H4T
Choice upland 811. la); No. 1. I10.0ifll0.50:
No. 2, D.(XVIi 10.00; No. 8. HOOtff&.On; choice
midland. HOW: No. 1. 0u10ivi- v
8.0vy 00; No. 8, 16 OJVftg.uo; choloe Inw-
land. 8.on; No, i. s.ui; n0 s 6.0iV7 00
Straw: Choice wheat. tr..5Of.4.00: hr,ic
oat or rye, S.X)tr6.B0. Alfalfa : choice peg
green, fine stem, second, third and fourth
i-Miuna. u.hbmw io. I. 112 ootii.i.00
No. 2, 10.Kui2.00; No. 8. S8.00a'10.00. '
New York Moaey Market. .
NEW YORK. Nev. 1I.-MERCANTILK
PAPER 1 ''i6-i per cent.
STERLINO KXCUANO E Bteadv alv.
day bills, 4.V.i0; for cables, 84.8875; for
SILVER Bar. 4sjC
liONDON. Nov. 19.-flILVBR-Bar. 22!id
DISCOUNT RATES Short bills, 3Ji3H
NEW YORK, Nov. 19 MET A LB Tin
apot. weak. S-a-rtViiTJ IO- London, spot, a" 136
1. ; futures, a.l3Ti. Copper, electrolytic
firmer; 112 25; casting, U0ri; n London,
spot, fi 17s td: futures, 54. Lead. UNO
u4. Spelter, SJlfs9.t5. Iron quiet and
ST. LOn, Nov. 19. METALS Tad.
hirher; 13 litfJ 0. Speller, higher; gSOtxji)
Totala 2.6.18 4.4H
CATTLE Receipts thla morning
very moderate, in fact, they have been
light every day thla week, so that tha
total for the four daya la only 11,977
head, being 8,500 head smaller than last'
week and 8.500 head smaller than for the
same period a year ago. In spite of tho
light receipts the market as a whole
waa none too good, iieef ateera were
very slow, with the -tendency lower, and
the same waa true, of cowa and heifer.
Feeders owing to the extremely light
supply were not fur from steady, a I'
though the demand waa moderate.
The reason for the market being In the
condition noted abova was to be found
in the demoralised state of the trade at
Chicago. Yesterday's Chicago Drovers'
Joiirnsl described the market at that
point aa In a distressingly weak situation,
with good heavy and cholon twevea prac
tically unsalable at a decline of 5ot?40ct
since early Monday. Leas desirable kinds
were ft flat dollar lower than the high
tlino a few weeks ago. Reports of that
kind emanating from Chicago naturaly
make tne traae less active man 11 oilier-, .J.iv 1 mha lHOOfl00
wise would be at this and other Missouri S...U-i, lamos. sa-wsu
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
yearlings, SD.OOtff 10.M); good to choice corn
fed beevse. 88. 75Cfj 10.00; fair to good corn
fed beeves, 8H.OLUH.7&; common to fair
corn-fed beeves, 86.75)1.00; choice to
prime range beeves, lH.WuH.6n- good to
choice range beeves, I7.Kmb8.uO; fair to
food range beeves., 6. 7ovT.4u; eommon to
air range beeves, I8.uu-fjis.75: good to
choice heifers, IH.&mQR.tiO; good to choice
cows, 85.759141. 76; fair to good cows! ,6.l.d9
6,76; common to fair cowa, S4.(Otu.2;
good to choice stockers and feedere, i.20
to.6i; fair- to good Blockers and feeders.
I6.6iyif7.8u; common to fair stockers and
faedsrs, Si.80$6.60: stock halters, 64 7M
6 25; slock cows, M.5OI&6.50: stock calves,
5.bAas.uu; veal calvea, 17.7610.1; bulla,
stags, etc., 14.751)6.75.
Ut EF STEERS. ,
K.. Av. Pr. So. At. Pr.
a M IS IS 1IU I so
.. I I U
- nt. Loals Lira Stock Market.
ST. LOUIB. ' Nov. 1S.-CATTLE Re
ceipts, 5.800 head: market ateady; native
beef steers,' S7.601(X75; oows and heifers.
6.-i.oartj.Si; southern steers, liTTnqli; cow"
and heifers. 84.0x86.00; native calves, 86.00
HCKIS-Reeelpts. 7.100 haad: market
higher; pigs and Hghl. M.Uj-9i mY&
and butchers, 87.WJ;.; ood heavy, 87.2)
i'HEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.J09
h.rt! market steady; native muttons.
Us) 7 M
... lit 10 SO
Ks) T so
16 I 1 16H!
. 21H I SJtiHI
I 22 H
OMAHA. Nov. 19. Hsnk elearlnga for
Omaha today were iz,s77,072.k7, and for
fhe corresponding day last year I3,9i,-
Evaaerated Apples aad Dried Frails
N KW rOIlK, Nov. 19 -EVAPORATE!.!
DRIED FRl'lTS-Prunes. firm. Arr.
tots and peaches, steady. Raisins, quiet
Dry tieods Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 1I.-DRT 300D8-lai
Cotton good steady. Yarns active. Raw)
Ilk ateady. Men wear dull. u
BTKEH8 AND HEITERS .
.... TU I M II (M 9 71
4 4 1 104 I IS
4 ft 1 1210 IN
4 4 1 11 1 HO
IK I i7 M
4 K 1094 I 7t
W . Wl 7
04 4 4t I Kl
3 i I 6 1
I 6 M
I S ... 1 W T U
I 24 1 1IM 8 I".
6 & 1 HIS
78 1 '...Mi f U
I 71 1 ll.-O I t
178 4 00 I..
no lu 1..
STOCK Eltn AND
J & 4-) I..
I ill) 7 !
6 bulls. ....124 6 76 6 rows 915 6 40
i cows 110 60 18 feeders.. Ml lb
11 steers.. ..1178 7 10
HOGS Receipts were only fair, and,
with Ihe exception of Monday, the
smallest of the week. Shippers had Very
large orders ant tbey bought thu big
end of the supply, In fact, everything
that they could possibly use. at prices
that were strong to aa much aa )0c
higher. Packers had made their early
bids at flgurea that were fully a dime
lower, nnd In a good many Inatancee more
than that, but with shippers buying so
freely st stronger prices, there waa very
little chance for killers to fill thnlr or
ders. When the shippers finally atopped
buying, only the big heavies were left,
and with their rholce ao limited, packera
war furred to pay fully ateady price,
for the small ehare of tha supply that
they auoneoded In getting.
Summing up the general trade, prleee
ran be quoted a steady to a dime higher.
Heavl., which shippers coull not use
and which were sold largely to killers,
got the worst end of the deal, being In
most cases no more than steady, while
llghla and butcher commanded etrong
to 10a higher figure. Trade was lively,
and In spite of the fact that one train
load did not arrive until pearly every
thing else had been sold, a clearance waa
mad In good season. Bulk of the supply
iold at I7.aoft7.40. with heavle around
67.1)037.26. while desirable shippers
Receipts amounted to eighty-four rara,
or 6.60O head, putting the week'a total at
35.944 head. This Is allgbtly smallxr than
last week, and U more than 13.000 short
of last year. Receipt today show the
effect of tha heavy decline earlier la
Represent at iv saies
Sloiig City Live Stack Market.
SIOUX CITT, Nov. 19. "ATTLK Re
ceipts, 611O head: market (Vri25o lower; na
tive steers, S6.rfr.f6; butcher, S.SMF7.2S:
cannera. Si.ovui.OO: calvea, S6fca7.60;
bull, slags, etc., 8S.0aii.0.
HOOH Receipt. 8.601) head; market 60
lower; heavy, Ir7.00fc7.10; mixed, 87; light,
6.96n7.00; bulk of sales, 87.
SHEEP AND LAM BB Receipts, 8,500
head; morket steady; lamb, 7.2fi8.00.
Live. Stock la Slaht.
Receipt of live stock at the five prin
cipal western markets yesterday 1
Cattl. Hog. Sheep.
Chicago U.OuO 34,000 18,000
Kansas City ll."0 20,000 6.000
St. Iuls 4, 10.800 J.TOO
Sioux City i 9.0TK) 1.500
South Omaha 1.700 7.000 10.000
of the thirty-second degree upon the
members of the class.
At the banquet B. F. Thomas, venerable
master. Knights of Kadosh, presided
aa toaatmaster. The dinner wa served
at .. and following It there wer
speeche hy Oeorge W. Schoonover. past
grand master of Iowa; M. F. Funkhouser,
Omaha; Judg Wilson, Lincoln; J. I'.
Fltxgerald, Omaha, and Rev. O. Q. Bu
ton. Council Bluff. The banquet was
served hy Mrs. Scott, ttho for twenty
year has been caterer to all of tha Ma
sonic grand lodge meeting. An orchestra
of twenly-four piece furnished the
Lodge work yetrdy commenced at
10 o'clock, the thirty-first degree, that ot
the inapector-lnqutsltor, being eanferted
upon tha member f the olasa seeking
entrance, to tha Scottish Rite.
f ast of Setting:.
The asttlng wa the Hall of Kquity,
with this cast: Confucius, John R. stlne:
Minos, John K Simpson; Mosea, Sa'.i
Ivy; Hermes, Frank B. Randolph;
Manu, Nathan Bernstein: Zarthustta.
Charles L. Shook! Numa. Fred Rogers;
Alfred. Edgar U Hdag; Chancellor. ohn
It. Qrosaman; Subehaneellor, XV. i3.
Tha work In thla degree wa followed
by taking the candidate to th Hall of
Justice, where B. F. Thomas presided
aa Osiris; Chart Lt Shook. Atum; John
R. mine, Ma; Frank E. Randolph. Tttth;
J. W. Dlsbrow, Anupu: T. L. Combs.
Horns; Saul Ievy, Kebhaenuf: John K
Simpson. Tau Mutef; Fred Roger, llapl;
C. II. T. Relpen. Amset; Ouy L. Axtoll.
Isis; E. F. leaven worth, Nephthy; Dr.
Zora D. Clark, Dr. Lea VanCamp, A. P.
Rutherford, T. K. Sudborough. Frank K.
Randolph, Jame It. Bttne. E. L. Hos
snd Leo Rosenthal, Vedlc poet, and Dr.
Clark. O. L. Shook. C. It. Walrath. Jo
aeph Barker, II. P. Hase, John T. Tate.
J, ft, Davis, Loul F. Etter snd Bgul
Levy, Zend worshipers.
Ta fllve Thirty-Second Decree.
At I o'rlock ths thirty-second degree,
thst of the master of ths royal secret,
the highest that ran be conferred outside
of the city of Washington, was given the
members of the class, B. F. Thomas, sit
ting a venerable master of Kadoh. as
sisted by John H. Grossman, prior; John
R. Stlna, preceptor; George F. Writ,
minister of atate; Joseph P. Davis, gl
moner; C. H. Walrath, master of cere
monies; J. W. Dlsbrow, prelate; A.. C.
Pancoaat, camp orator; Zora Clark, vr
rilo hymns; Dell F. Lough, commanding
camp guards; Earl Sterrlcker, ninth Unt;
J. O. aiaeshoff. eighth tent; W, II.
Miller, seventh tent; W. C. KatsensteJn,
Ixth tent; Fred Btrlffler. fifth tent; -A.
C. Kttgel, fourth tent: 8. F. Pollock, third
tent; L. C. Jenaen, econd tenti C. S.
Huntington, flrat tent, snd C. O. Wilson,
A. R. Kelley and Oust Martlg, guard.
Ths thirty-third degree I that of the
Knight of Kadosh, a degree that Mason
all over tho world seek to attain.
During- the week tho Oathsdral has
been visited by score of high de.Tee
Mason from sit over the country snd
forty-three who have taken the thlrty
econd degres and live In state other
than Nebraska hsvs been present st the
reunion. They assert, one snd all, that
ths Scottish Rita cathedral here, while
not so largo ss some. I tha beat sp
polntel for doing work and. st ths asm
time, 1 ths moat elegant ot any they
liavs aver seen. Among ths visitors,
nearly evry state In tha union has been
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NSW YORK. Nov. l.-f4UQAR-Raw,
firm; eentrlfugal. 4 01ti4 7c; . molaseea,
8.88cf3.42c. Refined unchanged.
to Aid the Copper
and Textile Strikers
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. IS. The an
nual convention of ths American Federa
tion of Labor today voted to gis sup
port to the men "who were arrested In
Michigan In connection with ths copper
strike, snd to aid tha textile striker at
Atlanta and ths glove makers striker
at Oloversvllle, N. T., who hav been
out fourteen weak.
The dispute between the International
Typographical union snd ths book
binders' organisation over control of ths
mailers employed in tha printing business
ass referred le ths exacatlv council for
adjustment after much debst.
The convention endorsed ths action of
the executive council la refusing to give
ths Order of Railway Telegraphers ax
tended Jurisdiction over certain classes
of railroad employe. Tha executlv
council had rfued ts gtva thla Jurisdic
tion on tha ground that it wa not con
ducive to the bast Interests of ths gen
eral labor movement to grant the request
at this time.
The agreement by which the Assoc la tad
L'nJoa of Steam Bhovslmsa sad Brother
hood of Steam Shovel and Dredg Men
are to amalgamate, was approved. The
aaTseraeats for amalgamation of tha
cigar , maker and stogie makers, brew
ery workers and cooper, aad ths plat
printers and printing pressmen, also were
favorably acted upon.
The convention instructed its officers to
mak further efforts to bring about
amalgamation of tha 6tov Mounter'
union and the sheet metal workers' or
BILLINOS. Mont.. Nov. IS. Mors than
40,000 sheep and 1.009 eattls, many of them
ready for market and all In shape for
shipment within four weeks, are being
held lit ths local yards. It is estimated
that more than 80,000 mors head ot sheep
and several thousand cattle are being
fattened In neighboring valleys. None
can be shipped under the present federal
Unless this stock can b moved shortly
stock men of this region sy they facs
a loss estimated, as high as s&O.ooo.
They arranged today to protest to the
state veterinarian, asserting that it Is
unnecessary to maintain the quarantine
when no trace of foot and mouth disease
nas oecn found within 300 miles of
WASHINGTON. Nov. lS.-Warnln i.,
cattlemen to beware of men postsal aa
representatives of ths federal government
in its ngnt against foot and mouth dls
ease, went out today from the Depart
ment of Agriculture. Report) to to de
partment say persons who claim to repre
sent the government sre sppeaiing ta in -footed
statss with so-called cures. Offi
cials ssy there Is ao epeclflo curs tor the
disease aad that the only way to prevent
lis spread Is to keep well herd from eon
tact with ths infected one,
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W. C. T. U. WILL MEET
IU SEATTLE NEXT YEAR
ATLANTA, Os.. Nov. lt.-fleettla today
was selected by the executive committee
as the place for the 1915 convention of
the Woman's Christian Temperance union,
The date will be decided later. This con
cluded the business left over by the gen
eral convention, which adjourned last
Bee Want Ada Are tha Belt Business
Culls from the Wire
Railroad presidents, vie. hhiUuii. .,.i
general mauagera from over all Nurtti
America are at Chicago for the eon ven
tre of the Amerlcaa Hallway aasocia.
The federal grand Jury at Pittsburgh
found an indictment conUlnlna thirty.
on counts aaalnat Christian Schaefer,
former cashier of the United State Na
tional bank of Pittsburgh, charging him
with ambesselment of Sll.OrtO and making
false reporte to the comptroller of the
currency. Schaefer waa relesaed on S6,(a
Woman, for the first time In the hi..
tory of the Protectant Episcopal church.
was toaar recognise en eat 01 trie im
portant boards of that denomination
when tne svnoo or tne Third province
al Pittsburgh decided that the provincial
board ot social service shell hereafter be
composed of one bishop, four preebyter.
four laymen and two women.
- Tha American Federation of Labor in
annual convention at Philadelphia oni
mouely adopted a resolution celling it pen
the prealdent ot the United tslatee "to
IfiBlet that the Colorado coal operators
immediately comply with the federal plan
of settlement in the strike in that state"
and "in the event they refuae. tha be
take such tep a are necessary to hat
a receiver appointed for the mine f.
f etd end operate them in tha Interest
of the people under federal anpervfsie i
until au-h time aa the civil and optical
right of the peTl are established.
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