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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1914)
TIIK HKK- OMAHA VV,nvrIV VnYM.'MtliV'tJ .o mil
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H , a I, ea- p I n Hot, an a.
T A VFNPOUT, M1, TWO NtCFI.T
FI-RXISHEU FRONT BOOMS, $3.30
Hofele Bad A part urate.
CALIFORNIA Hotel. 16th and Cell'ornle,
Weekly rates 11 and up Ihtuf s V
OGDF.N HOTEL. Council bluifs, Meam
n'"o rooms, u per week Phone lis.
jODOE HOTEL- Modern Reasonable. '
Uoiiri aad (otlmirii,
SfOniTRN 8-room houn, iCi a 36th Ave..
Vacant November 6. Inquire T. J.
CBrle n. Thone Harnev too or Doug. 121.
HoilSOS ln Parts o' the city.
reign Song A Co.. Pea building.
Van and Stor-
X sge Co- Reduced
Lane van. 2 men tl K nr lip hi
men. - Pr hr. 1713 Webster. Pong, i49a.
Stores, movea, parka, ships: S-tioran van
sr-d 2 men. II. Jo per hr.; storage $2 per
aro fratiHfactory guar. D. 4:t: A Ty. W.
NICK 5-room Jiat. neyVa)eTedaiid
painted; bath. gas. hot and cold water.
electric ilnt; lis ptr month, 3116-18 Lea
Lieganl (-room modern brick apart
ment, newly decorated, $u0 per month. 846
B un oi.
Modern 9-room detached dwelling; oak
finish, beautiful yard, newly decorated;
$50 per month. 1023 S. 29tn bt.
Nice little. 5-room cottugc; bath, toilet,
electric Ught, $lu pur nioiuli. 2044 Vinton
Elegant 9-room hour. J30 per month.
HZ) S. 2th St.
b-room cottage, 2044 Vinton, gaa, eloc-
no light, not and cold water; Inside toilet.
J; C. ISII, Executor,
703 9. Slat Ave. Phone Harney 243.
11RM at ntni L.t.UDS FOR AL1
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET iL ?
'B guarantee baraaliaa
and ranches. Write
Rrokrn How. Neh. The bargain Man.
'".oc '"" Xxportinj Agent Quick to Snap TJp
11119 I Unwell . gf m et
uucTinpi 01 tun wneai.
HEAL ESTATE FOR EXCHAXOE ALL GRAINS DfCIIJiXD UTWARD
GOOD ten-room modern house, close In,
valued at $7,500, to exchange tor land
in Douglas county.
W. H. Gates
HI Omaha Nat. Bank Bldf.
FOR SALE or part trade, alfalfa farm
In Reaver Valley, Neb. Bos 36, Hund
tVbeat A drear from On to Tw
t enia Cora tit Oats Arc In
rhaaged te Oae.Qaarter
OMAHA. Nov. 24. 1914k
Those In the casta wheat business and
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
new. M.W4Vr. Oata-
4Vff!Oiv atandai.l hun-
. .... . .
o i. ei.w-ni 1 i,. iariey. M(i
rwnw; 1 immnv, F.io4ij4?.v clover I ,
tlftWflU.oo. provisions: pork, l).00; lard! ,.1 rr c . ...
i.i2: rihs. $s.7f.nK7 ' ' " . Cattle Very Slow and Dull, with
KiWS-fllearty; re,-a.pt, 4. 191 rases; at
mark, eases included, a4JC; ordinary
firsts. rc; firsts, fW.
,POTATt)r!-ftedy; receipts. M cars,
IM tiK laTaVlk m nt V iaimnalB aV.A. . a 1
nesota, nti4'c. I.. . . .
Price About Steady. ,
HOGS MOSTLY TEN CENTS OFT
Who tltHnaT It tn t Ilia, Itigrkat kailaa aatrsat.
. ........ .......,. , . -iiru " -- uurgar, a-ib., 200; l-ib..
.j .natu up aa- exmnera, ana . white, i?o; Imported
broker acting for that Interest wllllna y m. '
OMAHA OE.VFHAL MARKET.
1 ?TrRCNl ,-lb ""-ton. 3c; No,
1, 0-b. tuba. He.
CHKKMg imported gwlaa. Sur; Amr
lean 8w,se. V; block 8wias. 22c twins.
Ipleta. lHc; Young
label brick, 17c; llm-
c; New ork
pared with Moaday Fat Lambs
Weak to Tea in Flfteea
, SOUTIf OMAHA, Nov. S4. 1914
Recolpta were: Cattle. Hogs. 8hee
FOR SAI.li OR EXCHAXOR-rnr m.ll
hotel or residence In town, 640 lores ' PIi an advance on the premium over j
Montana land, wortn to acre. Address , .aturaay. jvet gains here ror the
V til. Ree. day wera SSo. and the undercurrent
was one of strength. Closing prices were
at reactions and advances of lVtfWc
from the lowest levels of tha morning.
A message from t. Louis said that tuU.uuo
WILL take good lot In part payment
for a new all modern house In good
location near car line and school. For
V , 1 IS... Vrt 4
!?f : fs, 1,v- Loln'a: No, L Ic; No. a.
"c; no. , lac. Chucks: No. 1, IoWj;
M"." Rounds: No. L
L,,c: N,- ,v.12Sc: N !". riates:
o. . ci No, I, Be,
Twit slsiarai (kl. I. m ..,
rraucn Hoquatort. . Hama dais last week.! 7!fil7
inn weeks ago ll.it
Same we. ka atto n.41
4 weeks ago 13.2M
rijme aay isM year....la.r
fu.l intormatlon call Walnut (i ifteV IbZS?? 'h'Vr.T ..1fI8H-J,outt o; lirga cfapple., ISc:
p. oa ou. sott wheat were taken there by ex I salmon, gfeo: halibut. 11 .h.m.al i
t ; - , g.Porttrs. and Omaha reported lW.OtO bu. ,,h. Uo; pla'a lii; Ploheral it
fheat as having changed hands' lJlJLTRYBroTlar, HSc: spring chick-
T-ROOM modern, except heat. 2127 Doug
las St..' Doug. 1A08.
N cW 7-room atrictly modern. 2S;'9
farker Bt.. per month. I'ong, 15i8
FOR RENT 7-room house. In good con
dition, modern except electric lights;
large corner lot. 1502 Ohio St. Rent 23.
Key at iKIO N. loth St.
6TEAM heat, all modern, 7-room house;
aleo 4-room flat 220 No. 23d.
NINE-ROOM, strictly modern.
St Doug. 1B98.
MODERN brick house, overlooking Curtis-Turner
park at 31st and Fa mam Sts.,
new oak floors; new and modern plumb
ing, heating, wiring and fixtures; house
guaranteed easy to heat, and is at a con
venient distance from the center of the
city; rental )25 per month for a house
worth 140. By taking one roomer tenant
could out rent to almost nothing. Apply
THE BYRON HEED CO..
Phone Douglaa 2St7. 212 S. 17th.
til N. 83D ST. A desirable 6-room com
pletely modern house, newly papered,
gaa and el ec trio lights, near car line, $30.
Key first door south. Call Douglas 200.
3401 Jackson, -r., modern, (22.50.
JI16 S. 28th St, 6-r., modern, $26.50.
2923 S. 4th St., part modern. $14.
2924 Dupont, 6-r., part modern, $8.
3X10 8. 16th St., ,4-r., cistern, '$S.
3033 8. 16th St., 4-r., city water, $7.
2228 S. 6th- St., 3-r., city water, $6.
2315 S. 29th t, 4-r., city water, $7.
2112 Elm, 4-r., well, $S
CRE1GH, SONS ft COMPANY,
DouRlaa 200. 608 Bee Bldg.
THIRD MONTH FREE RENT.
BoO 8. 26th Ave., -r. mod. $30.
2il Cap. Ave., 0 rooms, all mod. $25.
2416 South 2oth, 9 rooms, all mod. $20.
2216 North 27th gt, 6 rooms, mod. ex
cept heat $13.
RASP BROS. Douglas 1658.
We have a complete list of all houses,
spartments and flats that are for rent
This ll.it can be seen free of charge at
Omaha Van A Storage Co . 808 S. 16th St
11-ROOM, all modern; furnace, electric
llaht. 2iU7 N. 20th St. $22.50.
ALL sizes, $3 per month up. 507 Paxton.
A NEAT 5-room bungalow, all modern,
close to car lino and school,- furnace
heat, oalc finish. This house only- five
Nlocks to Sacred Heart Parish school on
Rinnc-y. SU Tel, Walnut 683 after to
night ' ' o
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
mere and sold to foreigners. Italy took ens. Ho; hens. WiUo- curk an- rtn.Vk.
1.000.000 bu. in all nosltlons since the close loc? i iST c? : . u".
KERR Title Uoaraniee and Abstract Co.. of haturday. and the eiu.ra saiea tor ex- nog., Hoc; !uck'e, fun feathered loc" aeesa
niuuem aosiiacT. oiuce. juo a. mn B(. . pr in an positions late nunuay ana yes- run leathered. Ho- auunba. Nu i u iJ.iJ
Fhone Douglas 6447. ' teruay were lu.ly I.OuO.UK) bu. Milwaukee la, otto. ' ,u"l'" -lx
reported lio.owt bd. as loading tnere to go , Marks t quotations furnished by Olllaskl
all rail for export. In addition to the ' Fru.i company: y
bit; export takings of wheal local news ( FKUITs orange, extra fancy Vaien
waa less favorable. Kansas wheat plant claa, Mia. 112s aiiu liis, lvtsk I7ta and Kus.
badly in need of rain and stand la only Him pvr bom; Red Ball Vale'aclaa au
about 26 per cent of normal. Springfield, atses, $17 per bog. Lemons, fancy 'wa.
Mo., reported hoasian fly and with osses M, I6 W per box; choice Red bail MUs
probablo. Vessel room was chartered to 3s, lA.oa Grapefruit , 64a, eta and Ws'
K'on.'nlte 'nter Pearmlnea, all aises.
ff:.f'",J'.. Washington wh.te winter
Pearmlnea. $1.76; extra fancy Washington
i7 ?P7P- '-75; tra, fancy flptlsenburg.
I , ,a ,.T,.; P'tanbur. $1.; Oregon
Baldwin, $1.50; Colorado unwrapped, fancy
Jonathan. $t.85; Washington extia fancy
and fancy Hoovers, $1.40; choice Colorado
Jonathana, $1.10: fancy Colorado
Wealthys. $t 16; fancy Coloralo Mc
Mahons. $1.10; fancy Colorado Titer. $1.10:
fancy Colorado Maiden Blush, $1.1A; Idaho
fancy Grimes Golden, $1 60: Idaho choice
Grime o- Men. $1.26; Washington fancy
Grimes Golden, $1.60; Idaho fancy Jona
than. $1 : Idaho fancy Fulton, $1.26;
Idaho fancy strawberry, $126; Idaho
fancy Wolf River. $l.fc: Washington
Wagners. $1.SR; New York Baldwin, per
..,J;78i N,w York "reenlngs. per
bbl., $3.00; Kansas Black Twigs, per bbl.,
$$60. Qraies; California Emperora, $.1.60
E'rlb.; $1.6 per crate; choice Malagas.
.00 per keg; fancy Malagas, $6.60 per
keg; extra choice Malagas, K1.36 per keg;
extra fancy Malegaa. $.oo per keg. Pears:
Anjou, $2.60 per box; Jersey, $2.26 per
box; Sheldon, $160 per box: Lawrence,
$1.00 per box; Boaco, $3.50 per box: Esster,
$1 26 per box. Bananas: Per bunch, $1,764
$.60. Llmea, $1.78 per box.
VEGETABLES Cauliflower, $3.50 per
crate; cabbage, mc per lb.; vucumbera,
2-dos. bog. $160; celery, Michigan, $fo per
doi. ; California jumbo celery, T5o per doa. :
peppera, 60c per backet: tomatoes, $1.26
per basket; California head lettuce, $1.00
per dos. ; onions (shallots), 60e per doa;
leaf lettuce. 40c per dos; radishes, 60c per
dos.: onions, yellow, So per lb.; red, ivio
per lb.; white, 2Ho per lb.; horseradish,
$1.66 per case; garlic, Italian, 20c per lb.
Potatoes: Idaho, 70c per bu.j Red River
Ohloa. 66c per bu.; Minnesota whites, 60o
per bu.; Kansas sweet potatoes, $2.60 per
bbl.; Jersey sweet potatoes, $200 per ham
per. Squash, IV40 per lb. Pumpkins. lHo
jer lb. Cocoanuu, $3.76 per sack, 76c per i
MISCELLANEOUS Nuts: Niv 1 r.il.
fornla walnuts, 18c per lb.; filberts, 12Uo
UK ED Abstract Co. oldest abstract of
fice In Nebrnska. 206 Urandels Theater.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
CITY and farm loans. S. 5V. i per cent
J. H. Dumcnt ft Co.. 1603 Farnam. Omaha.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farina.
O'KEEFE REAL, E (STATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Natl. Douglas 2716.
HAKltltaJN t MtARTON, Hi Om. Natl.
GARVIN BROS Loans. $600 and un.
umv 1JliV7 Omaha Natl. Bank.
WTD Farm loans Kloke Inv.Co. Omaha
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas, t State Bank Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made uromutlv. V. D. W
Wead Bldg, Hith and Farnam Sts.
MONET on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City Natl. Bank Bldg.
CLOT. CITY LOANS. Bemla-Carlberg Co..
v 1 810-312 Brandeis Theater Bidg.
SEE us first if you want a farm loan.
United States Trust Co.. Omaha. Neb.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
$35 Per Month
unload and !ac to hold for the winter.
Advices from Argentina were mainly
unfavorable. According to a apeclal mes
sage the trost damage is more pronounced
than looked for, and there are fears of
black rust because of the recent rainy
spell. The exportable surplus Is estima
ted at sa,DNi,iioi bushels, compared with
previous estimates ot 110,000.000 to lllOno..
000 bushels. India is expected to become
a laoier shipper of breadstuffs, aa the
crop there haa been safeiy gathered and
the producers are ln need of money. ln
France seeding is malting fair progress.
Liverpool millers' stocks of wheat are re
ported as large.
Corn was Vn'flHc lower, after some re
covery from the lowest levels of the ses
sion. The weather is all that could be
asked for husking and moving corn, and
the receipts at primary markets are ex
pected to imrease still further. Cash
sales here were 800,000 bushels, ot which
200,000 bushels were for export
Oats closed with losses of Vttftto yes
terday, and while the May showed
reactionary power, the December rested
at the lowest point of the session.
Fractonal losses were shown in the
provision market yeaterday and this
weakness was occasioned by the larger
run of hogs at weatern packing centers,
coupled with the heavy average weight,
as the result of recent enforced holdings
of hogs on the farms.
Wheat was lfi2c higher.
Com was unchanged to He higher.
Oats were unchanged to 4c higher.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour.
equal to 448,000 bu.; corn, 80,000 bu.; oats,
Liverpool closed nominal.
Primary wheat receipts were 2.251,000 bu.
and shipments 2,463,000 bu., against re
ceipts of 1.620.000 bu. and shipments of
jl.SMi.OOO bu. last year.
1 . Prlmirv corn recelota were 1 177 000 btl.
This Is the best bargain offered In aland shlnmenta 616.000 bu.. against receipts
D-room house In Omaha today. Rooms ' of 684.000 bu. and shipments of 432,000 bu.
conveniently arranged. Hardwood finish : last year.
and oak floors; best of plumbing and' Primary oats receipts were M3.000 bu.
lighting fixtures: dandv furnace: lum. . and shlnmenta 815 OHO hn . ajralnst receipts
fully decorated; fine cemented well lighted of 4C6,uUU bu. and shipments of 662,tw0 bu.
casement; nign attic; south front lot 40x last year.
CARLO T RECEIPTS .
m 670 424)
7 w l 1
t 47 11T
SMKhT A little Improvement in
quality, a normal run ot sheep and lambs
tor a Tuesday at this tlmo of the year,
the best fed lambs on ale selling up to
$!0 snd prices generally weak to 10tp
Ii"o lower on lambs and steady tn essler
on aged sh.ep were the outstanding fea
tures of the general trade. The decline
w-as on the bulk of the lamba, the quality
of which was not much better than has
been the esse for several days back.
There was little, if any, chanae In the
feeder market, with the trade largely a
ratcha-catch-can affair. The receipts
Continued to run of very moderate pro
portions, Including few right goot feeders.
Demand was still strons enouah to take
lllimO ! anything that comes at steady prices.
iimmw i inuny s receipts was
MO head, against 14.939 a week ago a ill
It-.OTS a year ago. Wyoming, Idaho,
Montana and Nebraska were all well rep
resented. guotations on sheep and lambs: Ijimbs,
good to cholco, $8.n04r$oo; lambs, fair to
A' -k,j-wi" '"i teeoers, good to choice,
louowing lame shows the receipts ' "',,'iY Mi leeoers, gooa i rnnice,
"attle. hogs and sheep at the South -fcir7.4i; feeders, common. $6.60'JiS.85
'"" " aiocK market ror the year to ."anuigs, gooa 10 cnoice, .(nvtn.af,; yenr-
aate, aa compared with last year: lings, fair to good. KfrdiLOO; yearling,
... 1914. )HJ. Dee. f " i1""' ., $R60fi6 l0; wethers. gootl to
V,n 842.W 8X2.966 40.81 'holce. $5.75416.00: wethers, fair to good.
'J"' I,0l3,tW6 2,292. m 278.446 $V60r6,,6; wethera. feeders, $4.30N .86;
npP 3,IC0.(Wt a.O0O.2u9 79.M1 Itood to choice, $4.6Mi6 00: ewea. fair
lhe following tabio fchows the average V?. JFood' $4.30if4.66; ewes, feeders, $3 86
prue ror hogs at the South omalia live
L " ,r" r the last few days, wltta
ii Jim. jiia . 1 wu . 1 iYo7i9v7 ikosT
Nov. 6.1 7 10, Ui t fill 1 1, u i 1 7 .! x ri
I I j 7 6 6 08 W T 7
' w AVI I Otl
Nor. U. 47
" WW 7 741 7 ail X 7 li I
i5'. . I 7 6 7 91 Kb 7 M 7 t7
Nov. 16 T m
171 7 rj)U 1 CI
Nov. 18 T T ft 7 79 6 80
Nov. I 7 M-V 7 n! T 71
C.ov- ? 7 44HI 7 711 7 731 16
C- Si1 7 7 H 7 '! M
"I 7 67
Nov. aa: 7 go
Nov. 24 j 7 4!) 7 ,
I 7 IVI 311 7 J. 7 al 6 6)
132, on high ground, oa paved street, just
norm ot uemis park, two blocks from
Harney car line. Call ua up and ar
range 10 inspect
Tyler 1536. State Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
(106 DOIK3E 6 rooms, modern. $22.60. A.
L. 1'u.trlcX. T-4J.T Bea Bldg. ftl. H..3364.
Fidelity Storage Co
If tor age, moving, packing and Shipping.
l.Uh ft Jackson Sta. Phone Douglne 288.
-ROO.Vf house. $16. D. 884.
,- stores aad Offices.
., ... OFFICES
that are very desirable .
FOR RENT, t
Well located and easily ac
THE BEB BUILDING
The Building that
la Always New.
OFFICE, "ROOM 103.
j OFFICE ROOM.
Have gmall private room off our large
if flee, will rent reasonable to right party.
HO Bee JBldg. .
IMALI barn, suitable for garage; $4 per
month; 26tb and Dodge, phone Red 6047.
WANTED TO BUY
kiLJj buy second-hand davenport if
cheap. Address K-227, Bee.
ILIGHTLY used pianos.
F1CE furniture bougnt and sold. J.
C. Reed. 1207 Farnam. Doug. i4.
K'E BUY 2d-4iand clothes. 1421 N. 24th.
ILIGHTLY used pianos. Webster 8726.
WANTED TO RENT
Farm and Haach Lands,
87ANTED TO KENT A farm on shares
with everything fumlahed. Address C.
Toppock, b ioien-'e. Neb.
r . , . 3
FARM at RAMI! L.4.MIH FOR SALE
Six Rooms Modern
PRICE $3,750 - ONLiY $350
CASn, BALANCE $36.75
' ' 7 PER MONTH
Located only two blocks from 24th St.
car lino. South side. Oak finish and
floors. Tiled bath. East front lot, 55x120
11- 'parage on aiiey. owner leaving city
reason for selling. .
George & Company
904 City National Bank Bldg.
Pbone Douglaa 766.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
4-ROOM cottage, In good neighborhood,
in a desirable part of town; $1,500, $60
dovn, balance easy terms.
SHULER ft CART.
Doug. 4233. 224 State Bank.
8-ROOM modern cottage, 31 Webster St.
$5,000; term. Write A. J. Thomson,
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Think of It $2,600 buys a large (-roomed
nouse in tne neart or uundae a best
homes. This is not a new house but Is
modern. The lot alone is worth $1,600.
Some of the attractive features:
Large 50-foot lot.
Beautiful shade trees.
Cement walka In front and leading Into
Large stone front porch with cement
One block to car.
tine block to church.
Just the home for a large family. A
very liberal loan can be secured.
Owner needs cash.
Must be seen to be appreciated.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.,
1320 Farnam St. Tel. Doug. 1064. o
I DOWN, $5 monthly, buys 40 acres
(Train, fruit, poultry land; near town;
mce 220. $10 monthly buys 80 acres.
rite for list chiap land. Box 426-y,
tENTEKS and numeseckers usa youi
Carey r.ght and secure a Montana furni
low. l)g you realize that farm products
idl command extremely high prices uur
jg the next few years? Tins is yuur op-
itunliy to get started on a farm of youi
wn. The Vailer lands produce from 31
a 65 bushels wheat. Ml to 10U of oats, 40 to
) bushels barley, 4 to 6 tons alfalfa pei
fre. Lot us ud you booklet and tell
ou how eniiy it Is to get started. Val.ei
'arm Sales Company, Box So, Vaiicr.
OR SALE Best large body high-grade
medium-priced land in Nebraska; very
itle money reuulied. C Bradley, Wol
ach. Neb. ,o.
i.NE OF THE B'F(J4 2EST BARGAINS
IN WESTERN NEBRASKA.
60 acres smooth, rich, valley land. In
lonld county; must be sold quick. Write
a for price.
HICKS LAND AGENCY, Omaha.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
4,100 A. Nob. ranch In Niobrara Valley;
ood harl soil; will trade for Iowa. or
(stern Neb. PiO-A. farm and carry bal
nea back. .
f Omaha Nat. Bank Hldg. Douglas 11G3.
; Upper Wisconsin
Beat dairy and general crop state in the
liion; StililiTs wantud; lands for sale at
iw prliea on easy terms. Ask for book
It $4 on Wisconsin Central Land Grant
lab acres wanted. Write about our
raxing lands If interested in fruit lands,
k for booklet on Apple Orchards la
futconsin. Address Land Dept. toe
lae Hy Minneapolis. Minn.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
Three Houses for
Close in, corner lot, two paved streets,
paving all paid, 9-room all modern house
and two small cottages; total monthly
rental $49. We want an offer.
Glover & Spain
919-20 City National. Phone Douglaa 3962.
VACANT LOT BARGAIN.
East front on 17th at Center St., 4 Mix
132 feet; only $; $10 down and $10 a
W. R HOMAN,
331 Board of Trade Bldg.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
1 Am Forced to Sell
a new iive-rooin, 4i modern
house recently purcnased by
me. This house is located in the
, West t-ainam district, one block
from Leavenworth car and four -blocks
from Faruam. Oak
finish dottnktalrs, white enamel
bath, sleeping porch, beautfu!
lawn. You can buy this house
at a big sacrifice.
Address, M 218 Bee, or after
6 p. m. phone Webster M4t.
New York Moaey Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 24. MERCANTILE
pAPER-twaMj per cent.
STERLING FXCHANGB Irregular'
sixty-day bills, $4.txi6u; for cables. $4.9036'
for demand, 14 9ji.
Ml,' i--'l Lr, 4wHc.
LONDON. Nov. 24. SILVER - Bar
22 lU-16d per ounce.
itl.n PR KM H 'MS Madrid. 405
DlSCOl'NT RATES Short bills. 2T4 Der
Omaha 69 40 21
Kansas City ....237 18 .12
St. Louis 96 63 30
Winnipeg 714 ... ...
Tnese sales were reported today
Wheat: No. 1 hard winter, 1 cars, $1.09;
tj -, ii r 41 iaarr . t a-
I1.0H. No. littrd winter. 1 ciur, l.08; 4
can. y.tn1; 7 cars. Vi.iK-Hi cars, 91.UB;
1 cars. fl.Wtt- No. 4 hard win tar, 1 car.
4 cars, li.wvi. no. s mixaa, 1 car,
tl Avf ... 4tt m Xl A avtfraw4 t n-a
7 , g v , ay ar. aVU 1 iUiaOa av
$1.06. No. i durum. 8 cars, $116. No. J
durum, 1 car, $1.16. No. 2 durum mixed.
1 car, $1.08. No. 1 durum mixed. 1 car,
$1.01 Hi. no grade, 1 car, $1.01; 1 car, wo.
Rye: No. S. 1 car $1.00. Barley: No. 4
malting, 1 car, 64c Rejected, 1 car, 67c.
Corn: No. 2 white, $ cars, 60vtc; 1 car,
Idle. No. 8 wh,te, 6 oars, Jc. No. 2
yellow, 1 car, 6oy.c; 4 oars, 0c. No. 3
yellow, 1 car. 604c; 7 cars, 60c; 8 cars,
6IH.C. No. 2 mixed. 1 car, 69c: 2 4-6 cars,
690, No. $ mixed, l car, 69Jc; 1- car.
Wic; 1 car, 69c. No. 6 mixed, 1 car, 69c,
Broken ear, 1 car, 69 Vic- No. 6 mixed, U
cars, 69c; 1 car, 68Hc. Data: Standard. 1
oar. 4Cc; l car, 46c. No. 8 white, 10
cars, 4oc. no. 4 white, 1 car, 46Vc. No.
4 mixed, 1 car, 4oV.c, No grade, 1 car
(wheat mixed). 46 Vic; l car, 44Vc; 2 cars,
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard,
$1.07ifrl.lO; No. I hard. $LO6Viftl.O0: No. 4
hard. 2L0im.O7V4: No. 1 snrina- tl Oaw,
a.09; No. 8 spring. $L06ViSH.: No 4
spring, $ctb$1.06H; No. 2 durum. $1.14
1.16: No. 3 durum. Il.13ffl.16. Corn: No.
1 white, Wfric; No. 2 white. 60tfi04c;
No. 8 white. 69ti0c; No. 4 white. W'itu
69Hc; No. 6 white, 69tgo9'ic; No. 6 white,
6Wi(9c; No. 1 yellow, 6oVii830V4c ; No. 2
yellow, 600Vic; No. $ yellow. 6l1iuovic :
No. 4 yellow. 69U669M.C: No. 6 veTlnw ri
59e: No. 6 yellow, 68VMj-5c; No. 1 mixed.
6&S0c; No. I mixed, mifii&cj No. i
mixed, E9(&o9Hc; No. 4 mixed, MV-StalUc:
No. 6 mixed, 6ifj6c; No, mixed, St
3'59c. Oats: No. 3 white, 4!i(4ve:
standard, 4ti.ij-40c; No. t white. 4&VYa46Vc;
No. 4 white, 46&&-4C. Barley: Malting
l(&T2c; No. 1 feed, 60(96Oe. Rei No. 2
.OoaLOOVi; No. , ttHintdlOO.
CHICAGO GRAIN AMD PROVISIONS
Featarea of tha Trading; aa Closing;
Prices o Boar of Trae.
CIIICAGO. Nov. 34.-AsserUona that
the inaaequacy of the number of vesaela
available tor exports had uecome so ap
parent that sieps were being taken to
obtain government aid in the acqu.sition
of va.seis bad a bearish Inliueuce today
on wneat. After an early advance the
market closed weak at V,.c to vio
under laat night Corn suffered a net
loes of Sf o and oau Vic ln provisions
the outcome varied from $2V0 decline to
a rise of 2Vic.
It was current gossip among wheat
traders that although a large number ot
foreign ships had recently taken Amer
ican registry, the aggregate had proved
altogether Insufficient to meet the neces
sities of the situation and that the presi
dent was canvassing the possibilities of
the government purchasing numerous
vessels now tied up In American ports.
Another bearish report that accompanied
the late decline in wheat was to the ef
fect that since yesterday the weather In
Argentina had turned favorable again for
Falling off in receipts northwest
to make the wheat prices firm ui
last hour of the session. Temporary help
wan riven to tne duiis tv the fact that
total primary receipts had dropped Well
below the amount ot shipments from the
principal terminal points.
Selling by cash houses owinf to liberal
acceptance ot bids from here to the
country had a depressing effect on the
price of corn, especially In the December
apt on. Demand for shipments from here
Oats were steadied by advices that
Canadian dealers had been attempting
to buy freely in states northwest of Chi
cago. Bear pressure here was chiefly due
to the weakness of corn.
Provisions turned down grade 1n line
with prices at the vards. Except In lard,
however, the losses were overcome
throush covering bv shorts.
Grain nrices furnished by TLogan ft
Brysn. 315 South Sixteenth street:
Artlclel OpenTj High I Low'. I Close T Yes' y.
Morris ft Co.
Swift ft Co
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour & Co
Schwarts ft Co
J. W. Murphy.
IJncoln Packing Co....
So. Omaha Packing Co.
Cudahy, Kansas City...
W. B. Vsnsant Co
Benton, Vansant ft L..
Hill & Son
F. B. Lnwls
Huston ft Co
J. B Root ft Co
J. H. Bulla
McCreanr ft Kellnair...
long Naples. 18c per lb.: pecans, 12Hc per l Ji'S" ,l""i, Degen...
lb.; jumoo pecans, pic per lb.; almonds, i ,,f ""on
20o per lb. Miscellaneous: Shelled popcorn l'i'l'van Bros
4c per lb.; cracker lack. $3.60 per case Kothschlld ft Krebs....
$1.76 per half case: checkers. $3.60 per 1 Mo' Kmn. Calf Co....
case, $1.75 per half case; Dromedary i Christie
dates, $3.00 per box; sugar walnut dates, JHIggins
i.4c per pot. noney- ss.tn per case. ngs. riuriman.
12 13-os, wo. Cider, per Keg, $3.00,; half
7 441 7 Ml & 64
7 8I 7 99 6 6J
7 201 7 4I 6 70
1 7 til 6 69
7 98 6. 6
7 0i 6 18 4 891 7 8
7 671 6 IWl 6 931 7 89 5 87
I 6 241 7 871 6 7
Sunday. Holiday! " '
. .K!'l:".na """"Won of live stock
fi. 1 "'on stock yards, South Omaha.
yesterdny' hUr" rndln" 3 o'woek
C .. M. ft St. P.
C. ft N. W.. east.,
& N. W., west..
O., St P.. M. A O..
C.. a. ft Q we8t..
C, H. I. ft p., west,
Total receipts ..128
DISPOSITION H EA D.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
I"6 Idaho feeder lambs..
30 Idaho feeder lambs..
258 Idaho feeder lambs..
211 Idaho feeler lambs..
88 Idaho feeder lambs,.
117 culls !.
80 Idaho yearlings
4S2 fed lambs ,
1 033 Idaho lambs ,
63 Idaho Ismbs ,
111 Idaho la i n Its ,
78 culls ,
47 culls ,
3) Idaho ewes
411 Idaho ewea
NEW YORK STOCK ' MARKET
Baker. Jones ft Smith.
John Harvey .,
Kline ....! "
D. ec F
Kansas City Live Mtoek Market.
tSN.8A5 C1Tr' Nov' 84--Relpt,
19.000 head: market weak; prime fed
!;?''". 10.0iMW0.86; dressed beef steers.
$i.7Mt1).r; western ateers, $7. Of 9 60;
jtockers and fenders, $; 007.75; bulls
$." .SMiT.aS; calves, $ti.VVf 10 60. '
1I(HS-Recelpts. 24.000 head; 'market,
lower bulk of aales, $7.46417.70; light $7 46
JrTa'i,; heavy, S7.rtoqj7.74i: packers and
butchers, $7 50fr7.724.; pigs, $6.W4i7.J5.
SHEEP AND LAMPS Receipts, 7.600
head: market strong; lambs, $7.76rSW;
at. I.oals Lire Stork Market.
. .5.T- J-01''8- NO"- 24-CATTLE-Receipts.
.KW head; market higher: native beef
steers, $7.6fl!0.76; cows and heifers. $.
ft".25; southern steers, $5.76f7.75; cows
J"!' Do""""' ' Olti'00; "t'v calves, $0.00
HOGS Receipts. 9,800 head lower: pigs
and lights, $il.504Y7.W; mixed and butch
ers, $,.3'.&7.75: good heavy, $7.50(1(7.76.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2.000
Decision of Exchange to Eeopen
MONEY EASE BIO HELP
Financial Inatltatloaa aad Bankers
with Forelan Affiliations Report
Farther re.n-thealnsj of
Credits on This Side.
NEW YORK, Nov. 24.-The decision of
the stock exchange, to reoiicn next Sat
urday for restricted dealings in listed
bonds ovefrehsdowe.l all other develop
ments In the financial district today. The
movement gathers more than ordlnarv
Importance because of the fact that It
J'Hd the approval of the foremost bank
ing Interests, who. It was understood,
were ready to give moro than their moral
support to the resumption of operation.
In this Important branch of the securities
Apart from the action of the exchange,
the greater ease shown by the local
money market helpej to stimulate senti
ment to an unusual degree. Call monev
was offered In ahundnnt nuantltles and
41 per cent and ninety-day loans at t-
per cent were readily effected. Renewals
or one and two-month loans were made
at an average reto of 6 per cent. There
ws a decided Increase In the supply of
cseh for all manners of accommodations..
Including mercantile paper.
Financial institutions and bankers with
foreign affiliations reported a further,
strengthening of credits here by several
of the nstlons now at war. and this was
accentuated h that niHn i - ii.i.,i
8 65 ,,r,,or," for WBr materials, general mer-
'? n'' finished Iron, and steel. An-
,n me quoted price or con
fhat "rnetM Ul " ,ncreo,,'(1 lna"lry for
Kxchange on T-ondon moved In an er
ratic manner, opening a full cent above
the preceding days close, thereby glvlnsr
JV'. th4- nrohh'l''y of another gold
put now-. The early quotations were jol
lowed by a,i abrupt decline and then an-
2ir iiv"'e no,lt h"'f InltUI
gain, fonslderabln of the activity wan
traceable to the day's hesw exports of
cotton, which attained record-hreaklnir
proKrtlona. The entire export move
ment from this center for the last weeR
was somewhat under that of the preced
ing week, but for the calendar year It
exceeds 1913 by almoxt $7,000,000.
London advleee Indicated greater cheer
fulness in financial circles, becauee of
latest news from the ess tern war arena,
and the prospects of a heavy subscrin-
;? n"",,w "r oan of 350.00o.ooo
Bee Want Ads Are the Best Business.
2,190 head; market steady; native miittona.
New York General Market.
NEW YORK. Nor. 24. SUGAR Raw,
firm; molasses, 3.39c! centrifugal, 4.04c;
aales, 16.000 bags. Refined, steady; cut
loaf, 8.00c; crushed, 6j80c; mould A, 6.86c;
cubes. 6.16c: XXXX . powered. 6.26c;
powdered, 6.t0c; fine granulated, S.lOo;
Diamond A, 6.10c; confectlorua-a' A, 6.00c:
No. 1. 4.65c.
BUTTER Bteady; recelpta. 9899 tubs;
creamery extras (02 an rei, M iW4c;
creamery (higher scorlna). 3fv'X&u
firsts, swssvic; ; second. 2a29c; process the very light run of last week, and
$6.50t)6.3f; lambs, $8.001119.00,
extras, &Wlii; ladles current make
firsts, 223T22Vic; seconds, tltmvtc; pack
ing stock current maae rvo. x, JVstC21c.
CHEESE Firmer; receipts. 920 boxes;
state whole milk, held specials, ltio;
state whole milk - average fancy, 15Vi
16c; state whole milk colored spe
cials, 164j16Hl state whole milk
white specials, UPo; state whole milk
colored average fancy, UQ1io; state
whole milk, average fancy white, 14Vi
15c: skims, il3Vc.
EGOS Firmer; receipts, ' 12,700 cases;
fresh gathered extra fine, 41943c; state
gathered extra firsts, S9Q40c; state
gathered firsts, Jtf38c; seconds, 2ftCrt06c;
state, Pennsylvania and nearby hennery
whites, 664f0c; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby gathered whites, 36956c: state,
Pennsylvania and nearby hennery
browns, 431345c; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby gathered browns and mixed
POULTRY Dressed, steady; western
roasting chickens, 17ff90V4c; fresh fowls,
13Hdrl8Vio: turkeys, 17ift26o. Live, steady:
western chickens, ltftfl4c, fowls, 13Vk9
15c; turkevs, 18 19c.
Kansas City Grata and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 24. WHEAT No.
hard, $L09S1 10; No. S red, $1.08Vim.08;
December. $1.07; May, $1 ,18l.lS.
CORN No. 3 mixed. 66(&6Vic; No. I
whits, 639624e; December, 61 c; May,
OATS No. 2 white. 48Vr; No. 8 mixed,
BUTTER Creamery. 81e; firsts, tto;
seconds, 86e: parking stock, 21c.
KGGS Firsts, R0c; seconds. 28c.
POULTRY Hens, lie: roosters, tie:
Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. M. WHEAT
December. $L14V4: May, $1.19; No. 1 hard.
$119Vi; No. 1 northern. $1.16V4S'l 18V4; No,
8 northern. $1.12!frl.l6V4.
RYE$101'l 02. "
CORN No. 8 yellow, fJfMaV.
OATS No. 8 . white. 4iVt4tlo.
BEEPS Flax, $1.46Vtitl.48V.
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 24. WHEAT Spot,
firm; No. 2 Manitoba, SslOd; No. 8. 9m 7d;
No. 2 western winter, ts 7d. Futures,
firm; December. 9 4d
CORN Spot, dull; American mixed,
new, 7s. Futures, easier; December,
5s7V4d; January. s7V4d,
St. Loata larala Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Nov. 24. WHEAT
No. 2 red. $113'a 1.144: No. $ hard, $1.1449 I
niornlng, only 97 cars being repotted
in. ihe total for the week, however,
shows a gain of almost 2,0u0 head over
smaller than a year ago by over 6,ouo
The offerings of beef steers were largely
on the common oiuor. there being very
few really desirable beeves in sight The
demand waa far from urgent, the cattle
being tne kind not espec.aily attractive
to buyers: the trade waa slow from
start to finish. The prices paid did not
look much different from yesterday.
There were a few cornfeds good enough
to bring $8 75.
Cow and heifers were slow snd weak
so far as the best grades were concerned.
Canners sold somowhat more freely at
steady prices. The whole market was.
however, of an Indifferent and uninter
Feeders did not show any material
change, being as a rule steady at yes
terday s prices.
Quotations on cattlei Good to choice
yearlings. $9. 00010. 60: good to choice corn
fed beevse, $8.753110.00; fair to good corn
fed beeves, $8.00tQ8.76; common to fair
corn-fsd beeves, $6.7541.00; choice to
prime range beeves, $8.00tr8.60; good to
choice range beeves, $7.4048.00- fair to
food range beeveo, $J. 75477. 40- common to
air range beeves, $6.00igi6.7&: good to
choirs heifers, $6.607.60; good to coolce
cows, $5.754.76; fair to good oowsf ,.2.-',ai
6.76; common to fair cows, $4. (Ogle. 26:
vnnd In rhrtlca .1 wl, . a A f , a
tf7.85: fair to good stockers and feeders ' IIer father. Morris Yost of South
$4.J7.aO; comiiion to fair stockers and Omaha, was notified. In South Omaha
Ch!eno Live Stock Market.
CHICAGO, Nov. 24. CATTLE Recelpta
4,onn bead; market slow; beeves, $S.75,Vt i
iv. m. sieers, su.iutgv.w- cows and heifers.
$3.6(Vf,9.20; calves, $8.40fl11.60.
HOGS Receipts, 26.000 head; market
weak, 10c under yesterday's average; bulk
of sales. S7.30(f7.riO; light, $6.9O.i7.50;
mixed, $7.15i7.66; heavy, $7.0OJT7.t)0; rough,
$7 0ili 7. 15; pigs. $4.50(1(6.76,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 18,000
head; market weak; sheep, $5.ii4t.i0;
ycnrllngs, $U.35df7.C0; Isfmbs, $6.&O(ti9.O0.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo , Nov, 24. CATTLE
Receipts, 2.800 head: market slow and
dull: steers. $7.010.50; cowg and heifers.
$4.iiOli9.60; calvea, $6.00(ii9.00.
HOtJS-Recelpts, 13,600 head; market
dull and lower.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2,600
head; market slow; lambs, $8.0049.00.
NEW YORK. Nov. 24.-METALS-Iad.
quiet, $3 8OIU4.00; London, A: 19 bs. Spoiler,
steady. $5.2iK(i.80: London. 26 6a.
Tin. firm; $3J.nU(jMH.ii; at London, spot. .
140: futures. 138 in. Conner, e ectro- 1
lytic, firm; $12Ji7Vil2.75; castings, ia.tvx9
12 67H; at London, spot 66 fs 6d; fu
tures. 66 12s 6d. Iron iulet and un
changed. ST. IX1T7IH, Nov. 24.-METAm--I-ead1
firm, $3.80(ir3.834. Selter. firm. $6.25.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 24.-DRY GOODS
Cotton goods snd yarn market dull. Wool
very dull. It waa reported that about 50
per cent of the normal business on silk
piece goods for spring had been booked.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frails 1
NEW YORK. Nov. 24. EVAPORATED 1
DRIED FRUIT-Prunes, firm. Apri
cots steady. Peaches firm. Ralisns quiet'
Chicago Police Hold
South Omaha Girl on
A Charge of Stealing
CHICAGO, Nov. 24.-Florence Urlss, a
student at the school of oratory of North
western university, was held In custody
tonight, accused of having stolen money
and trinkets from other students. Ac
cording to the police, she confessed she
tookthe articles to pay for hor education,
WORCESTER CHURCH EXTEND
CALL TO OMAHA RECTOR
WORCESTER. Mass.. Nov. 34. (Special
Telegram.)-Rev. Geoige 8. Southworth
of Omaha, rector of St. Matthias' Ei!ico
pa! church, was tonight given unanimous
call to Worcester to become rector ot Ft.
Matthew's Episcopal church by the mem
bers of the congregation at a meeting
In the parish hall tonight. During the
summer the Omaha rector filled the
church pulpit at different times and each
time' left an Impression with the mem
bers of St. Matthew's which gradually
grew Into a longing for his services to
replace those of the late Rev. Henri
Hague. St. Matthew's church has among Its
members some of the wealthiest psopls
pf Worcester and tho late Rev. Henry
Hague acted as rector of the same tor
nearly thlrty-flvc years.
Rev. Thome Mackay of Omaha was
one of the first rectors of St. MaththeWs.
' It's '
1 ploy Real
feeders. $5.8014.60, stork heifers, $4.76
slues cows, et.PVQ'a.ou; stoOK Calves.
$5.6OO8.00; veal calves, $7.7Mj)0.2C; bulls,
stags, etc., $4 75(S.76.
1 144: December. $1.12trl.l2i; May. $1.19 1
tended fc1 lfi. i
ntll the ! CORN No. 3. 3?ic; No. 2 white, I
OATH No. 2, 48Hc; No. 2 white, 60c!
Dec.. I 1 164.1 1 16 I 1
May. 1 UVli i 22 1
10 17 V
1 16V4! 1 15
1 21V. 1 21 HH
18 87 J 1$ 68
18 96 I 18 97V,
9 904392 10 09
10 12V4 10 17V,
9 M 9 92U
10 to. 22' 10 20-22 10 90-22
Chieavo Cash Prices Wheat: No. I
Iraa. , i.iiwo i-io?,. 00. s naro. 9i.uty
Corn: No. 2 yellow, 7lVo; new, tKc;
Ka At. rr. No.
M 1C4i 1 t n
17 Ul 8 1 17
4 un t u
fll 4 46 I
1 ... MS 4 75 It
3 Ml 4 H . 9....,,
I. 1034 I ft) I
1 Hue 1 to 11
L 740 4 9C I
1 Ml IM ' I
8. 12U aa t
i ... t u
1 Its IK I
1 IW IM J
1 lino 1 K, 1
t 1141 I SO 1
1 MHO I W I
1 W IK 1 ,
Ill IM I
I ISO I 00 1
I IM 7 00 t ,
1 290 I 00
BTOOi . AND FEEDFH
1 110 I 00 7 404 71
1 7M 6 M 7 177 I 10
7 HI 10
II Ill I 16
M 71 7 II
I 9 71
..HIT I 14
..illl I 00
. lum (11
.. 110 T 19
.. 744 T 71
.. W7 I if
120 6 80
1440 I 00
i4m 1 n
140 I 88
i;i 1 71
lit 1 ri
IM 1 00
Ut 10 00
111 4 M
IM I W,
pel m M
21 feeders.. 11:40 7 60 37 calves. .. 431 8 60
10 feeders.. 8811 14 feeders.. 807 6 50
SUok aa4 tD auataUssa fatmtihal or Bsrsa. 1 "" IS i I S tl
Brlaser A C. 4 Onaaa Katleaal tank bullslai: " .. " leeuers.. i I W
locks Bid. Aak4 I WiOMING-
tMatrlea Ormoierr, annoa 144100 1 calves... 290 C " feeders.. (SO $ 60
Beatrice Cmiiwrr, arelarrM ft 00 M.I0 j 12 feeders.. 710 (00
Fairmont CnMuMry T par sent (.. H 00 IM 00 I 84JUTH DAKOTA.
iuo k steers... .ik sou is cows 1109 140
I7.M at 00 t 9 cows 1138 8 40 11 steers.. ..1309 7 90
" 1 COIXJRADO.
" 2 JJ 108 feeders. 883 8 76 64 steers.... 799 $ 06
4 00 ss'n' HOGS Supplies were more slxeable tMa
lot.M 1&8.14 rnomliig, but shipping demand was nut
so brisk as on the last few days, and
M M M Tl with other points reporting lower prices
4.no M 00 tha local trade oiiened out very dull and
to 00 M 00 sharply lower. Shlpiiers bought a very
1. 1 lew 'oaas on tne tirsi rounds that were
II ,m no lnor tnan wea" to nl kel lowe
Fairmont Cnanwry I r cant gaar,
fxKM-WIIa Blaralt 1st M
Molina PI o lal pfd
Omaha, A Oo. nhiffa R. B. p44...
Omaha A Cb. Blatf. 84 Ry. pM....
ITnlna Hax-k Tarda staek, a-4tT....
Bm A Oo
Armour A Co. 4tya. Ittt.
nilraao Itallvay la. 1WT
Ctelumhua Nab.. L A P. 6a. 1S4 ..
Iowa Rr. L. 1 at rat. U. 181..
Onmaa C. B. at. Rr. Is, IKI ...
rinuha Branolt 4a,
net won ;-r -
mm vm rrv - . . : . " L . , ltT'
she was known as Florence Yost.
"I wanted to get an education and 1
worked hard last summer and earned $85,"
she is said tn have told the police. "In
the fall I came to Evanaton and entered
school. The money would not so far
enough and I wanted to keep up with the
other girls. At home we wera not
wealthy, so It was hard for ma. I wanted
to dress like the others and I had ambi
tion." She told tha police she had bean prom
ised work ln stenography by the unl
venlty, but no such work had bean given
A year ago Mis Urlai. then a stenog
rapher for a South Omalia justice or the
pence, was arrested In an Omaha depart
ment store by detectives on a charge of
'la tha first aU k. 1
raa contractor ku 111,1. ..1
r no knowladio -t .1
niwDinir, in, mm, ,,- . 1
foftas oll.ra aOvloa tku'am..!
' arr co.tiy sag an an,u. ... 1
lw la Ua balldar 1. 1
1 mam, nw .Din n, n. , -
rknowledio la althar m iT
rtuch aa I am abla to .iv. .... 1
rallmlnals many eoatw .in,wtiiu
' aurh aa hlua to Inatoli . .
r plant after a rear or ii ot uu V '
' rauaa of Inaufflclont anr.rvi.in. 1- .k.l
urn Diaca. Bo hv e.L. .h.. tk.
1 enai la comparatWalr small v..r 1...
' thor Information rail or wrlta
809-15 W. O. W. Rlflg., Omaha, Hob."
uvua jonria ausj.
will rcdtit-s Intlaoted, swollen
Joints, Sprains, Bruises, Soft
Punches; Ileitis Boiig, Foil
Evil, Qulttor, FistnI.or
any unhealthy sort)
quickly at it U a iMUIra sadacstk
n4 fenaldda. rieaaani a uhi does
not blister aodcr ban4ia or ra
awrs tits ka!r. an4 to eaa work
ika kerae. 81.04 rar benls, sollr.
oral. Book 7 K free. '
mtn1Hlwm A t.-.. i , . a ... I AH8OROI IS K. JR.. aoalaealla linlmaa ,.U,J
.r. ,u- u, . .. 1 Stoaeat ralaiul. Iwolka Vdna. Oolira. Weoa. Ilraina.!
cers to the Toung V omens Christian a- i Srnlaea. Maa pals aa4 ialaaiawioa. fries 91.0U par bowls
sociarton, where a large quantity of stolen ;
ft E . II
stuff was concealed.
Victory of Russ
LONDON, Nov. 24 A dispatch to the
Times from Petrograd says:
"The expected victory between tha Vis
tula and tha Wart a has been confirmed
by private advices. Largs bodies of the
enemy's forces were surrounded and cap
tured near Lowicg. The enemy Ig re
ported In soma eases as abandoning his
"It Is expected, however, that General
von Hindenburg, who has been rein
forced by a new reserve corps, will at
tempt an offensive at another point on
the Polish border." .
ort ot Seattle sa
Pan rranrlaoo. Col., la. lltl'lKt
Hwirt At ra. fa, 1M4
Kmi -t' Ma., tas bills
H; loiso i.0"" a dime off. while one shipper YOUTH ENDS OWN LIFE
a no im aa buyer was ouotina some of his stuff as IWVIM a-iiuaj will! a-U l
l W M 64 1 much as l&c below yesterday. KUlara i
I . -l v K1H. w. foil- - l l .
" "J uiiiiv iv.ri, . 1 1 VJ
.. aa so tea aa aitnoujtn seuers held On for a whle they
M M lot. W
' Cotton Market.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 24 COTTON-Bpot,
Irregular; prices steady; American mid
dling fair. 6.47d; good middling, 4.79d;
middling, 4 47d; low middling. 8 trld; good
ordinary, 3 22d; ordinary, 3.77d; sales,
Bank C learlaaa.
OMAHA. Nov. 24. Rank clearings for
Omaha today were $i,7",57.96 and for
the oo ires ponding lay last year $2,K9.-486.48.
ally forced to sell on that basis.
Movement waa more or less draggy
Today's receipts totaled 116 cars, or
about 7,700 head, putting the total for the
two days at 12.639 head. This la 10
smaller than last week and almost 8,000
head ahort of last year.
No. A. h. Pr. No. A. Ba. Pr.
It 17 IM la) IT .14 ..7 16
M 104 .. 1 ii,
Ti I4 14 7 IS
10 00 .. T40
II Sl .. 7 4
71. 1T Ik
Tl R7 .. 7 Tt
I4 lit T tl
M3 .. T 41
171 .. 7 40
171 MO 7 4J,
110 124 T 4a
11 7 4a
WMPN CARTRIDGE EXPLODES
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., Nov. 94. (Spe
clal Telegram.) Harold Todd, 11 years
old, son of William Todd, restaurant
keeper, accidentally shot and killed him
self at his home her tonight while play
ing with his 14-year-old sister. He took
his father's revolver from beneath his
pillow and, thinking that It was not
loaded, pointed It at his sister and it did
not discharge when he pulled the trigger.
at acalcts ar aaUnroi, WU1 kill ran nam if you wtke.
Rianuiararea only ay
W.F.YOUN0, P.D.f ..KMTemll $L.SprlnllU. Halt.
Backed and managed by ths brains
of the freatest retail store organiia
tion in the world.
Controls 100 retail drug stores.
Future plans contemplato a chain
of itores from coast to coast.
Big proftti for those who taks ad
vantage of lbs present market price.
10 was pa'd as a stock dividend
November 1 6th.
Complete data free on request.
Ask for 2S
"Nothing; ta aell bat aarvlca.'
JONES & BAKER
Bank Floor, 39 So. La Salle St
New York Philadelphia
Diracl prtrala c4r Is all ata'Aaia.
7 Stock for Sale
An omaha corporation In active busi
ness for twenty years offers for sale
H. then pointed It at himself and the ' f'r'oV for.,,
bullet plowed through his chest. Death j owners. No agents. Will sell direct,
occurred Instantly. j A 1ST Care of Bee.
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