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TUB BKK: OMAHA. THURSDAY, XOVEMHKIt (, 1!14
Apartments aad Flat.
614 8. J7TIt room, all modern, nicety
located, good repair.
Irt N, !7th 7 rooms, all modern, good
C. Q. CARI.BKRO.
310-311 Urandels Thctcr Hlrig.
F1NF, warm, stesm-nonted apartments
f two and three rooma, oak finish In
living room, Mh kitchen with built-in
cupboard: refrlgerstor entry, bedrooms In
white enamel; complete bathroom, tilrd
floor. diob-e lighting fixtures; wall
artistically decorated: an ranxo. refrig
erator locker space ami laundry room.
Attractive apnrtment building In apart
ment house district on Fherman Avo. :
FCOTT niui.ro ,
Board aad Rooms.
BEAUTIFUL mahogany furnished room,
with alcove: private bth. lavatory;
(rood bwird. rhone Harney 7w0.
BEM1S Park, 33 Myrtle Ave., all mod
. ein. room and boHrd reasonable to re
spectable young ladv; a rood homo to
riaht rrty. Phone Harney
THREB or four young men can find a
congenial home In splendid house, best
residential Section. 10 minute' walk to
lfith St. An unusual opportunity. Ad
dress O !S6, Bee.
North ISth Ht, 114 Steam heat, electric
light, hot-cold water; excellent board.
"ralsbed Hoi. ins.
NICELT fur, room In private home. H 4151
N1CELT furnished rooma, close In 114
.S. lUth Rt. Tel. Douglas 7028.
FURNISHED room 71 N. IStU St.
Fl'KN rooma by day or wk., modern,
ateam beat: 31.60 up. 107 8. 17. r.
FURNISHED room at 104 Farnam St.
rt'HSl.xMEU room for rent, near "reign
ton university Phone Dnuals 721.
826 8. BTH-Furnished rooms, private
family. Harney 4"08.
FURNISHED room for 2 gentlemen or
man and wife, 12.50 and 13 a week, txi
515 NO. 2BTH Well-heated modern, aunny
front room; close In, reasonable. Doug
NICELY furnished room in private home,
everything modern. Harney 4151.
Hotels nasi Apartments.
CALIFORNIA Hotel. 16th and California.
Weekly rate 13 and up. Douglas 7081
OOUF.N HOTEL.. Council Bluffs, steam
heated rooms, S3 per week Phone 44.
DODOB HOTEL- Modern Reasonable.
Honsea aad Cottasjea.
MODERN 8-room house, Z 85th Ave..
Vacant November 6. Inquire T. t.
O'Brn. Phone Harney 10 or Doug. 121.
Ifnn5PH tn " Parte of the city.
miuacB CrlKn Son, ft Co , Bfe building.
Large van, 3 men C IS per nr.; dray, 3
men. V, per nr. 1713 Webster. Doug. 149.
Iloa.rs aad tottaaes.
Heautlful i-ix-room home, Just finished;'
completely molern. tl!e.t bath; three !
large bedtooms; sleeping porch. XUf
Davenport Ft. Rental $46.
Peters Trust Co.
r:.liKKTATi: HU KXOIANtiK ESTATK HOITH MIlK
iWll.L trade 1.JJ0 acre" near llsialcr.
Neb., for Red River allev or northern
land Andrus. M0 Kndtcott I'M.. St.
Pa il. Minn. o
W.t Farnam St.
Seven rooms, completely modern, with
sleeping porch, ; Popploton Ave. Rent
reduced from $.' to t0 for the winter.
PETERS TRt'ST CO.,
K?2 Farnam St. Phone IHMigla
THIRD MONTH FREE RENT.
Wrt H. 2.th Ave., -r.. all mnd.-t.
WIS Cap. Ave., t room, all mod fJS.
211 South 20th, 7 looms, all mod $J0.
::w North 27th St., i rooms, mod. ex
cept licat $18.
RASP RROS. Douglas lff3.
Stores anil ttf flees.
that are very dcslrabls
Well located and easily ac
.TUB BEE BUILDING
The Duildlng that
Is Always New.
OFFICE, ROOM 103.
Have small private room off our large
office, will rent reasonable to right party.
43) Beo Bldg.
SMALL barn, suitable for garage: f4 per
month; 21th and Dodge. Pnone Red 47.
WANTED TO BUY
SL1UHTLY used pianos.
ofrslCU lurniture itougitt ami sold. J.
C. Reed, 1207 Fsrnam. Doug. i4.
WK HUY u-hanU ciohe. Hi! N. Jllh,
fLltiHTLY used pianos. Webster UTS.
WANTED TO KENT
T W "a. V,
packing A storage
l27 Farnam. D. 6144
8torea. moves, packs, ships; t-horee van
rwd t men. II. So per hr.; storage 12 per
1. o- Satisfactory guar. D. 4S38 & Ty. KiO.
NICE fr-room fiat, newly papered and
painted; bath, gas, hot and cold water,
electric light; (16 per month. SUo-18 Lea,,
Elegant f-room modem brick apart'
flient. newly decorated, lU) per month. 46
B 29th tL
Modem v-roora detached dwelling; oak
finish, beautliul yard, newly deoorated;
iM per month. 1023 S. S9th rit.
Nice lltue 6-room cottage; bath, toilet,
electrlo light, lis per monlli. 2044 Vinton
t. v .
Elegant t-room house, (30 per month.
11 S. ZSth SU
-room cottage, 2044 Vinton, gas, elec.
Me light, hot and cold water; Inside toilet,
J. C. ISII, Executor,
708 B. lst Ave. Phon; Harney 241.
COTTAGE, N. 2bth Ave., with barn for
4 horses; rent 118 per mo. Douglas 1675.
-ROOM modern, except heat. 2127 Doug
las .t Doug- 1598.
i-R.. ONE-8TOKY BRICK FLATS. $12.
!32 SO. 18TH ST.
Gas range, dec:, lights, toilet, cement
basement, oak grain tlnish, dandy paper,
BEST IN OMAHA FOR MONEY.
CUT YOUR RENT. SAVE FUEL.
Reference required; no children.
418 McCague. Rpd 4H02. Doug. 4349 o
hTF.AM heat, all modern, 7-room house;
also 4-room flat. 220 No. 23d.
NINE-ROOM, strictly modem. 3214 Burt
St. Doug. IMtg.
Farm and Haackt Laadi.
WANTED iO KEN X A I arm ,011 shares
with everything furuumeU. Audrv.s u
Ccpywva, loiP'-. Nsb.
KKAL K8T ATE
FARM A RaaI.i1 IiAKUI FOR BALK
$& DOWN, $& moutiiiy, buys 40 acres
grain, nult, poultry lanu; near town;
I'lUo eiuu. (lu iiioutniy buys so ucies.
write lur list caeap lanu. box.
RENTERS and iioinenuekers use youi
Carey r.ght and secure a iViuntana tarui
now. no you realise tual tar in pruuucia
will coinniaud extremely nig 11 priuea aur
ttig the uexi lew years lu.s is your op
poituiiliy to gel stal led on a larm ot yuui
own. ine atter lanos produce I rum 1
to 66 busnels wneal, su to luu o( oats, t to
70 bushels baney, to tuna auaiia pel
acre, ltt us nd you booklet and iuj
you how easy U is ui get started. Val.ei
Farm bales Company, Box Jo, Vaiiur.
FOR BALE Beat large body high-grade
medium-priced land tn Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Brtui.iy, Wot
bach. Neb. , ' o
ONE OF THE BIGGEST BARGAINS
IN WESTERN NEBRASKA.
960 acres smooth, rich, valley land, in
Morrlil county; must be sold quick. Write
us for price.
HICKa LAND AGENCY. Omaha.
NINE rooms, steam heat, thermostat,
Burt St. Douglas IMS. o
Wa have a complete list of all houses,
partments and flats that are for rent
This list can be seen free of charge at
Omaha Van A storage Co . SOS a loth St.
tt-ROOM, all modern: furnace, electric
light. 3617 N. 2t h St. $22.60.
ALL sites, $3 per month up. 607 Paxton.
A NEAT 6-room bungalow, all modern,
close to car line1 and school, furnace
hrat. oak finish. This house only five
blocks to Sacred Heart Parish school on
Binney St. Tel. Walnut 682 after to
FOR SALEO OR TRADE.
" 1.200 a. Neb; ranch; some improvements.
springs, goea auaica land; has 40 a.
now. Will take HO a. Iowa or eastern
Neb. land and carry balance back.
T RAVERS BROS..
705 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1153. o
"F1NE SAUNDERS COUNTY FARM.
I have for a'-e an 80-acre farm one
half mile from town about tbirty-five
miles from Omaha, improved aa follows:
Fine fc-room house, with cement walks
and cement basement, plenty of nice
shade and shrubbery on main traveled
road, with beautiful views; new barn
with large haymow, new double corncrtb,
frame shingled garage, frame shingled
smokehouse, frame shingled chicken
house and frame shingled cob house; also
new hoa- house: yards all fenced with
I heavy fancv cyclone fencing with four
I iron gates. Tms is tanieiana, pracucany
1 level; black loam soli; farm newly fenced;
' 1 1 I ... .1,,., ,1 am wr a I v V. as,.
all 1 11 t uiu.nuun v-JH ' 'r II. - .
which is level valley meadow or pas
ture: Improvements on this land are
worth over $r00. This farm belongs to a
widow, whose husband Just dle4 and she
is anxious to dispose of it Will take
$Ono dollars down; balance terms. Get
busv if you want a nice farm home;
priced verv reasonable.
8. S n K. MOVTOOMERT,
311 Omara National. o
Fidelity Storage Co
Storage, moving, packing anu shipping.
lGth A Jackson Sts. Phone Douglas 2Sg.
7-ROOM house. $1. D. 834.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
$60.00 8-r., 2f16 Jones St, modern.
IT KA7-r nomt &1M Ha. lth St.. Steam
heat lanltor service. I
45.00 7-r. apmt. 617 So. lth St, steam
heat Janitor service.
45 00 8-r., 2112 Cass St., modern, garage
46.00 7-r., 21ij Cass St., mod., 1st class.
40.00 8-r., 201 So. Central Blvd.. modern.
37.60 7-r.. 6116 Capitol Ave., modern bun-
?;aluw, hot water heat.
-r.. 34i9 Burt St, modern, garage
;5.00 T-r., 602 80. 2th St., modern.
2&.0U s-r., 2219 Capitol Ave., modern ex
a.50 -r., 2606 St. Mary's Ave., modern
20.00 6-r., 812 No, 42d St., modern ex
30.00 6-r.. 4201 Cuming St., modern ex
12.00 6-r., 2614 Sherman Ave., modem
43.60 l-r, apmt, Harold, 27th and Jack
rhone D-756. 9o2 City Nafl Bank Bldg.
' HOUSES FOR RENT.
Five rooms, St. Louis brick flat, close
Seven rooms, sleeping porch and sun
room, new and desirable, exceptionally
fine view, quiet neighborhood, M, or $jo
Seven rooma and hall, strictly modern.
hnia,nnl finiuh ob first floor, three bed
rooms upslslr, one bedroom and bath on !
first floor, $. This house tronis on a
paved street and boulevard I'i blocks
from car line.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.. .
1906 Farnam St. Tel. Douiflas 6W.
House phone. Harney 2S.
.$44 PER ACRE.
All under cultivation: good well: gently
rolling, full set of buildings, in good
condition; soil rich, black loam, with clay
subsoil. Will sell on ten years' time.
THE VOGEL REALTY AGENCY,
1016-16 W. O. W. Bldg. Omaha. Neb.
Best dairy and general crop state In ths
anion; swttlers wanted; lands for sals at
low prices, on easy terms. Ask for book
let M on Wisconsin Central Land Grant
StaU acres wanted. Write about our
erasing lands. It Interested in fruit lands,
ask for booklet on Apple Orchards In
Wisconsin. Address Land Dept. do
LId Ky Minneapolis. Minn.
Full SAUK, or part trade, alfalfa farm
in leaver Valley. Neb. Box 35, HenuV
90 A.. IS miles out. nice Utile rsnth:
v.- null nil 'lu.rilirilir. 1 1 H.-t.-. m ,
nidse, or nhM have you? Price, $s,(VV
K. I.. Shurtleff. llnlsey. Neb.
FOR SAt E OH BXCHANGri-For smai'l
hotel or residence In town, 640 icres
Montana land, worth $." acre. Address
P til. Hee.
WILL take good lot In lirt pnymcnt
for a iiw all modern house In good
location near car line an.l school. For
fu'.l Intormatlon call Walnut tsl after
p. as o
KH.II ESTATE WANTED
WU have customers for houses of six and
seven rooms and up to $.). We would
be pleased to hear from parties wishing
GALLAGHER & NELSON',
44 Brandek Bldg. Omaha. Neb.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
CITY and farm loans. S, 4 per cent
J. H. uumont A l o..wi t iriwm, u ma 11 a.
WANTELCUy loans. Peters Trust Co.
OMAHA homes, bast Nebraska farina
O'KKEFE REAL EeTATtt CO.,
lftie Omaha Katl. Douglas
HAkHIAiN A MoHTON. vlk urn. Natl
(I AW VIM KPOSi lAxana, thuo and u.
VJsiAl -aw aver xs v'
Untalm Natl. Hnk
Ile Just llale a Mvom, 2-Story lioute,
near 2Mb. and Wool worth Ave.: oak floor
throughout, white enamel finish, laigs
lining room arrangemnts with flreplai-e.
tile bnth room, complete basement with
two finished rooms, larse cistern; full
east front lot wlih shade, fruit and
grapes, gar-. pavel street.
Price $.!.; $"') h $:k.7J ir month.
Owner leaving the citv December 1; that's
the reason It's so theup.
Glover & Spain
J19-20 City National. lVuglas SW2.
KKA1. EHTATK WKST SIDR
OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKET'
sheep Included no Prime ofi
v I'D Farm loans Kloke lnv.t o. uniaha '
WANTED City loans aud warrants. W.
Farnain Smith & Co.. 1320 Fsrnam.
CITY property. Largs loans a specialty.
W. II. Thomas. 22S State Hank Bldg.
1100 to ll'i.oiJO made promptly. F. D. Weed,
weaa mat . '"tn and r arnam sts.
MONK V on band for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City Natl. Bank Hldg.
CITY LOANS. Benls-v srlberg Co.,
$10-312 Brandets Theater Bide.
SEE us first If you want a farm loan.
United Slates Irust Co.. Omaha. Nsb.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co
a modern abstisct office. 306 S. 17th St
Phone Douglas MAT.
Rl'.ED A Ls tract Co.. oldest abstract of
fice in Nebraska. 206 Utandda Theater.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
Do You Want
To Make Moncv!
2.34 Acres "
On Military Ave., paved road, cut into
16 east front lots, each 120 feet deep, can
sell entire tract for $l,o00; $25 cash, $2i a
month. Don't let this get away if you
are able to handle It.
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St,
Xot Far from Car
$10 Cash $10 a Month
Benson Gardens, adolnln Benson. This
attractive acre will cut into five 60
foot lots and one 60-foot corner, making
lots In all.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1K14 Harney ft.
On KSd St.. between California and Web
ster St.; east front: cn car line, paved
street. Each flat contains 6 room, fin
ished In oak; tile bath room floors; mod
ern snd complete In very detail. An Ideal
Investment for tho man with a reasonable
amount of cash to pay down. Income
$840 per year. Do not fall to see us If
your money Is not earning t per cent net
to you. This building Is rented to desir
able tenants for 0110 year.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 114 Harney Pt.
19 Blocks West of
Close to very best locality, 43x122: only
Wt. $10 now and it per week. If you
pav cash ." per cent off and we'll build.
O'Kwfe Real Estate Co.,
1016 Omaha National. Phone Dougln 2715.
$3,300, 7-rooro modern home, bot
water heat, full cemented basement
with laundry; gouth front lot, fine
shade trees and lawn. - Parlor, din
ing room and kitchen on first floor;
three bedrooma and bath on aeconrl
floor. Will make terma.
W. T. SMITH CO.,
1111-12 City Nafl Bank Bldg.
D. 2S19. Omaha. o
4-ROOM cottage. In good neighborhood
In a desirable part of town: $1,500, $i0
down, balance easy terms.
SHULKR 4c CARY.
Doug. 4233. 224 Ktat Hank.
Hig-her in Spoti.
NOT MUCH CHANGE IN HOGS
Fat ahe steady m "hade Higher
Tfcaa W eel needs r Fa t I.asnas
steady to Ten Fifteen
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. 35. 1K14.
Receipts were: Cattle, iloga Sheep
Official Monday .? 4,.9 14.3141
I 'III. 'Ml Tuesday
Estimate Wednesday .. 1,300
Mien tat ewes ss were on ssle 1 om-
; manded rr.ces around $4j4.7u mainly.
Cattle Price. Steady to Ten Cent. VisnrsV $? '".VrerrarVo" ,r.'r1
ling ewes with some old wether among
them brought H.7"i. There were no feed
er to apeak of In evidence, but If any
l-.sd been her It ess the general opinion
of trader that prices about steady would
have been bald.
Today's receipt s of K.MVI hesd were
.r4 head short or a week sgo. ?.,"i:i short
ef two weeks sgo, but 1.4.r In excess of
the corresponding time Isst yesr. The
receipt of the week to dote are .It.TI.
hed, compared with W.n4 for the same
time lest week and .V.0K.4 a year ago.
Iowa la still barred from ahlpplng to
Quotations en sheep and lambs; Lambs,
good to eholfe, $MiO.I0; lamb, fair to
good, $.' Oof1S.1I; feeders, good to choice,
$.Mf7.40; feeders, nomtnon, $i.MMl.;;
yearlings, good to choice, $7.Wfr7.: year
ling, fair to good. sR.ST.tmO; yearlings,
feeders, $5.501 10; wethers, good to choice,
$.V$o4g.lo: wether, fair to good, $ii.5itf
MS: wethers, fee.b re. $4 Wvii 4A.; ewes,
good to choice. $l.0Mi.1; ewe, fair to
gooj. $4 4ttA;, ewe, feeder, S.Hf '
22 Nebraska feeder lamb 63
140 fl. D. feeder lambs 4
til f. D. Tseder lambs n
! 8. D. feeder lambs.
Id Huuth Dakota lambs es
t4 Houth Dskota Ismbs 70
141 South Dakota lamb 70
i Booth lakota lamb 7f
14 Pouth Dakota ewe 107
124 South Dskota feeder ewes. M
217 8outh Inkota f-eler eeee.
20il Houth Dakota feeder ewes. 9
21S Wyoming feeder lamb 4
IhA yomlng feeder lamb M
1M0 Nebraska feeder lamb 61
173 Nebraska feeder lambs M
ISO Idaho lambs 70
14s Ida no lambs
(Oi Idah.t ewe 102
SO Idaho ewe 1'
Three day' totals. ...II, dir.
Same days last week.. $.477
Seme t weeks ago 15.140
fame $ week ago
Same 4 week ago 17,J
Same days Isst yesr... 7.7S7
The following table shows the receipt
o. rettlc, hog and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date, as compared with last yesr:
ltil. IMS. Dec.
Cattle R44.V. USX,. 41.J04
Hogs 1,021. ?s 2.Sr..4m 27S,47
fheep 4,2 074 3.017.1ST H,ll$
The following table shows the average
price for hogs at the South Omaha live
look market for the last lew days, with
Date. I 1I4 mil. '1U.11I0.'1.1IW1.
Nr. v. I 1 HI 7 niTliiTnjf"s"7
Nov. T.lfMSi 7 Mi 7 7l 141 t fl I TV
Nov. H I 7 611 7 M t Qk $ ii 7 T1
Nov. I 1 Ml I I t ni 1 iti t wi 1 ni t HI
Nov. lOj 7 MV.I 7 751 I 111 7 Ml 7 TS! I M
Nov. 11. 1 1 7V4' 7 4! 7 ! $71 7 H4 7 7 6 1
Nov. ii. 7 ,'., 7 M " i I 7 ssi T M n iU
". li" i Vjl 7 7tl 7 SJ S 871 UWltl
"ov. jii 1 7ui, T T 41 T sil S an 7 7fi I S I
Nov. 1SI I 7 7 i J,; 7 Ml 7 7
Nov. if: 7 $1
Nov 171 7 MiB.
Nov. ll 7 2KV
Nov. 11 1 jsvi
Nov. 20 1 u 7
riov. 21 7 4i
Nov. 22; 1 7 671
M)V, 2,'i; 7 go
Nov. 24! 7 4il 7 fll
7 3 $ 311 7 7 ! I 5
3$i T 44 7 t M
7 7: 0 7 S3 7 !W 5 M
I i! 7 7ll I 7 201 T 941 B 7u
7 711 7 731 6 ltfl 17 to t ts
7 ! 7 7i l:l 7 Wl t 7
l.'W Maho lambs.
2rt) Idaho lambs...
7 got tK C Ki 7 W
7 7I SSI 7 W 7
It 24 7 K7! 5 J
7 fr0 7 6J lil 77 I 6
iu-celpts and iisiMsltlon ef live stock
st tho I'nlon stock yards, Stiuth Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at S o'clock
Cattle, Hogs. liuen.Hsea.
t.:. A N. W.. west..
v.. or t-,, yt west., IT
C, St. P., M. ft o.. 11
C, 14. A Q.. west... 10
C, R. 1. ft p., west. ..
Chicago a. W
Total receipts ... 53 m 27 3
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
&-ROOM modern cottage, !y3l Webster St.,
$5.0U0; terma. Writs A. J. Thomson,
This Fine Comer
$10 tfnsh $10 n Moitli
Benson Gardens Add.; high and sightly;
only one block to paved road. Overlooks
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN. 1614 Hnmey St.
At'RBAGK FOR RENT.
ACRE TRACT FOR RENT
20-acre tract near Dodge street paved
road; well improved, two houses, orchard
and small fruit.
GEOROE3 & COMPANY.
Phon P. 766. 902 City Nat Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
CHBAPEST RENT IN OMAHA.
Four rooms and bath, modern expept
heat, 8. W. corner 30th and Jackson, $li
Best location, fine r.elghborhood.
Also have 10-room house, fine location
for rooming house; 10 rooms, all newly
painted and decorated; for a short Lime
we are offering this st H7.60 a month
in order to secure a first-class -tanant.
J. A. ARHOTT. Call Doug. .
CLOSE-IN -RuiM IIOI'SE
Located at :: Ch.rsgo. ail modern,
first-class condition. On a 'f ount of late,
ness ot season will rent for i pr month.
Phone Tier 1024.
8 ROOMS, ALL MODERN,
H block Karnam line $15.
O KEEkK REAL ESTATE CO,
1014 Omaha Nat'l. Doug. 2713
TWO WEEKS' RENT FREE.
11t.iv-ll No. 17th tt., 4 rooms, close In.
.. S rooms, all mod., St. Louis, liJO
No. Soth. ,
10OO4 rooms, brick fist. mod. except
heat. 2.U9 No. JOth bt.
10.004 nice, largs rooms, all mod. ex
ce.pt beat, corner flat, tM Lcav-
-ensorlh St. Snp.
ILUUtV WOtr, WABC 13 LOCK.
WANTED EVEHT RENTER. FARM
band and man who would like to borae
stesd 820 acres of rich, level land In Wyo
mlDtf to write today for our free govern-
. 1 j.M,.. T - lii.nl Ik on
ineni ihiiub iuij. 1 - ' -r
portunlties and how easy It is to gst a
farm ot your own. be your own bos and
. i 1 . niipllnfflAh
pecome inueiicuuRiii. w a
. . . . - AM.nlAV. . n Kln von. l v erv
Ires are free. Write today. S. B. How-
.. . . . 1 . . ,m n UMa
ard, ass 1 lmmigrsuon rui, n t
WB guarantee bargains In stock fsrms
and ranchss. Write Willis Cadwell
Broken How. Nsb. The Bargain Man.
WANTED A farm of a half section or
ICS, e 1; I v. an II". ,' " . 1 ' " ' ' w
J. Reeves, Humphrey. Neb., Bo sO. R.
$35 Per Month
This Is the best bargain offered In a
6-tcoin bouse In Omaha today. Rooms
conveniently; arranged. Hardwood finish
and oak floors; best of plumbing and
IlKhtlnK fixtures: dandy furnace; taste
fully decorated; fine cemented well lighted
basement: high attic; south front lot 40x
132, on high ground, on paved street, just
north ot Bemis park, two blocks from
Harney car line. Call us up and ar
range to inspect.
State Bank Bldg.
N. E. Corner 22d
Entirely modern dwelling, consisting of
nice, large living rooni and dining room,
also large kitchen, downstairs; three
good steed bedrooms and bsthroom up
stairs, line mantel In dining room.
Dundy, big corner lot: nice shade and
shrubbery; paved street. Near two good
car lines and good school. Easy terms.
Scott & Hill Co.
Phone Douglas 1009. 300-7-8 McCague Bldg.
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT
Price reduced, modern home, 8
rooms and bath, hardwood finlHh, 1 Higgins
full cemented basoment. Will make ! Huffman
easy terms or might take automobile
as part payment.
W. T. SMITH CO.,
1111-12 City Nat l Bank Bldg.
D. 2819. Omaha
Morris ft Co
Swift A Co
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour ft Co
Sch warts ft Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co
So. Omaha Packing Co.
W. B. Vansant Co
F. B. Iwls
J. B. Root & Co
McCreary & Kellogg....
Wertheimer ft Degen...
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
..L840 8.717 9,M
at. Jnsenti Live Htoek Market.
T. JOSEPH. Nov. J5. CATTLE-Receipts,
700 head: market fctrlOc higher:
steers, $7.iXViil0.h0; cows and helfom, $4.60
(jO.nfl: calves, $ 00 us.no.
HOOS-Recelpts, 7. M0 head: market 10c
higher: top $7 M; bulk of sales. $7.fl7.76.
SHEEP A NO LAMBS No receipts;
market nominal: lambs. $$.00&9.10.
CIIICAHn I.IVK STOCK MARKET
Cattle Meady, Unas Insetlled, "keep
CHICAnO. Nov. 25. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 7,000 head: market steady to la
higher; native beef steers, $7.60$ I0.M;
western steers, $5.4Otl.00; cow snd liclf
ers, $.1oiA.10: calves. $s.011.!k.
HOOS Receipts, 46,0uo head: market
unsettled; bulk of sales, t7.lVtt7.66; light,
$7 0H7.iM.: mixed, 17.2047.65: heavy. $7.15
t7.H6: rough, $7.167.26: piss. $6. 00(7.00.
SHEEP AND LA M BB Receipts, 20.000
head; market mostly lodilAo higher;
sheep, $o.4Vi1.2&; yearlings, $6.4i(Uti.!lK;
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Resting Spots of Wheat Show Loises
from the Preyioui Day.'
CORN SALES FAIRLY LIBERAL
(ash Tsklnsa llandred aad ninety
Thnnsand Itaahe.la, mlta Laerrr
4eotatlnn far Decem
ber aad Mai.
OMAHA, Nov. 26, 1M4.
Abnormal londillons ruled lit the wheal
pit yesterday, vhen ntln SDOts for the
day ahoweti Iob-s of SUW''. The fact
that the lowest prices or the day were
seen-at the close reflected the fact that
ine nuying power was not In evidence,
while there were many of the week
kneed sisters In thu market who were
anxioua to sell out. The liquidation hv
longs in the face of generally bullish
nena on the cssh sltoatlon attracted gen
eral attention. Those who bought the
wheat followed the market on Its down
ward course and nhaorbrd the offerings'
they rsme out of the hands of holders.
Cssh sales were fcwooo bushels, all of
wnioh was for export, and the seaboard
Haies" n,rkcte reported large export
There were additional ramnlilnn n j.
weather In Kansas, and unless that state
has rains In the near futurn i,rm,n rd.
Countrv ale of corn were fairly' lib
eral, while the cash taJdnga here were
inoiirrain at imi.vw bu.. and prices In the
pit were r lower for lecember and He
lower for May.
Weakness was shown In oats yeaterdsv
and resting spots for the day were
feature or the provision market
waa tha weakness shown In November
lard, coupled with the quiet trade in the
other commodities. Hogs at Hie yards
were 10c. lower early, but olossd steady
to 60 higher.
Wheat was unchanged to lc lower.
Com was lifflSo lower.
Oats were unchanged to me lower.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour
equal to 410,000 bu.; corn, 1W.0TO bu.: oats,
Uverpool closed nominal.
Primary wheat receipts were J.511,000 bu.
and shipments l.kSO.OOO bu., against re
ceipt of 1,600,000 bu. and hlumenls of
817,0-0 bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were 1.811,000 bu.
and shipments 6s,ft0 hit., sgalnst receipts
of Too.ooo bu. snd shipments of 743,000 bu.
last year. .
Primary oats receipts were 1.17S.0O0 bu.
and shipments 717,000 bu., against receipts
of M,ouo bu. and shipments of 4- bu.
Kansas City llvr (Mock Market.
KANSAS C1TT, Mo Nov, 26. CATTLK
Receipts. 4.000 head: market higher;
prime fed steer, $10.flofM1.06; dressed beef
steers. $7.7Mi1.76: western steers, $7.tp
W; stockers and feeders. .0t48.00; bulls.
$:.Mwr7.00; calves, $. fciej'lv. 2...
HOOS Receipt. 13 000 head: market
higher; bulk. $7.S04"7.RS; heavv. r.7W 7.76;
I acker and butchers. $7.ifJ7. 86; light,
7.4Mi7 86: pigs. $7.004(7. 60.
HHKEI1 AND IA M RS Receipts, 7.000
heart: market strong; iambs, M.rewitt.nu;
yearllnrs. ) Mtyt.W; wethers, $'.50HfM.50;
wes, $4 76.50.
pared with a year ao tht-r has been
a gain of about 4,000 head In ths three
The offerings of beef steers were very
light this morning, there being hardly
enourh in sight to make a good test of
the market. Packers senied to want a
few killers, with the result that the
perhaps a little stronger. Huyers as a
rule were quoting thrlr cattle aa costing
MUST SELL IN 3 DAYS
. MUST SELL IN 3 DAYS
i DUNDEE HOME
PRICE REDUCED FROM
$4,130 TO $3,975
$500 CASN-$40 MONTHLY
BRAND NEW HOME
., i uuv o V7 n.ome " iu". ,wo them loe higher than yesterday, taking
.it. ' " coit cIo,,, quality into consideration. Tbere was
. - BKuuir, mifiti ii.ins rw,ni Ht'runi xroni,
colonnade otienlng to dining room, neat
den or sewing room, handy kitchen, with
built-in cupboards, refrigerator room.
three larne bedrooms, ' five closets
sun parior or sleeping porch, with
closet, all decorated throughout, tiled
bath, easy stairs to storeroom In
attic, full preened brick foundation,
cement basement with cellar drain,
fruit room, coal room, best furnace
and plumbing, water meter, screens
extra good light fixtures, duplex window
shades, choice reeldcnco dlstriot, paved
streets, near Farnam car. For more In
formation phctie owner, B. E. Price.
Moux Cltv I.tve Stnelc Market.
HI017X CITY. Nov. 26 CATTLK Re
ceipts, K head: market stead v; native
steer. K. M.0': butcher, $'.2rdi4l.iVt-,
csnners. $4.2ltrfi.W: stockers and feeders,
IK w Ml 4 an- reives, $U.t,i.0ii; bulls, stags,
etc.. M. 60iii 7. 26.
CATTLK Receipts were very light this 1 HOOS Rerelot. (VofW head: market
morning, only l,2u head being reported. ' steady: heavy, $7. OHi'i. 10; mixed. $7.02H4'
rr the week reeelpts amount to li.sw hm, tT.CJUj 7.02'; bulk of sales,
head, being over 2.000 head larger than I7.!U4i7.05.
Isst week, i but with thst exception ' SHEKP AND IMRS Receipts. 100J
smaller than any recent week. As com- 'head; market steady to ItwrfOr higher;
ewes, $J.Wtf4.W; lambs, 8ii.2i.70.
4M '487 208
8U ... .. .v
' . Iata LIt Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. r..-CATTLr-Rs-celpts,
2 600 head; market higher; native
steers, $9.MMJ 10. cows snd heifers, $6 00
r 2C; southern steers, $..7647.7i: cows snd
market wm fully iteady and In spot. '''rs. H00CW: native calve., $0.00
KEAL ESTATE MlHCELLAfVKOUa
6 Rooms 2-Story
$3,600. Easy Terms
We have listed for quick ale an excep
tional bargain tor someone who wants a
close-In noin or Invostwient. This prop
erty Is located within two blocks of !4th
and Leavenworth; Is nearly new, strictly
modern and In fine condition; absolutely
complete and ready to occupy without
further expense; $"i00 in cash down and
the balance monthly. Owner Is leaving
230 Omsha Nat. Hank Uldg. Doug. 4M.
Well arranged 6-room cottage, gas. city
water, near school, car line and boule
vard; In excellent shape; located near
36th and Kranklin.
C. G. CARLBERG,
310-12 Brandels Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
HEAL ESTATE FO It EXCHANGE
A very fine-forty-acre fruit farm not
far from Omaha. Kruit in the very beat
uf condition. I'urni has been a big money
inakt-r always. Has two rets of f.ne Im
provements. Owner has steclal reasons
for M-lling and will trade fur Omaha In
rum property. What have you to offer.
Here is a chance for you to get a mighty
good place at a right price.
U1J City National Bank Bldg. JOoug. 1701
Fine Home Cheap
For Railroad or
Only I minutes' walk south from I'nlon
and Burlington ststt'.na. half block from
car line. Surrounded by fins homes In a
first-clans neighborhood. This Is a well
constructed two-story, (-room modern
house having hot water heat and a Rudd
instantaneous hot water heater. Attrac
tive living room, library w.ti brick
fireplace, dining room, kitchen, butlers
pantry. etc., first floor- four attractive
corner bedrooms, complete bath room
second floor. Stalrwsv to floored attic.
with one room finished Oak finish first
floor, plate glass windows throughout.
South front lot, 60s Uo ft, alley In mar;
on paved street with fine shade trws.
Thla is a $7.00" property priced at $'.
WANT Ori'KR. lut Im sold.. Reason
able terms. Ste us at once.
George & Company
90-J City Natior.ul Hank Bldg.
Itione Douglas 754.
7-Rom Modern House
on 2Jth Avenue '
Just South of Dewey
fin lot: house In elegsnt condition;
all modern and will be sold at a figure
that will attract anyone looking for a
good home, rlose In. Do not overlook
HAETINOtJ sV HETDEN, lflt Harney St.
Balance Like Rent
Priced RfMluced Must Sell
6-room modern cottage; large parlor,
dining room and kitchen; two bedroom
with bath between; near car and school.
American Security Co.
17th and Douglaa Sts. Hong las 601.
Three Houses for
Close In. corner lot. two paved streets.
paving all paid, (-room all modern house
and two small rotta; total monthly
rental ti. ,vt want an offer.
Glover & Spain
19-20 City National. Phone Douglas 34X3.
VACANT LOT BARGAIN.
v.mt front on 17th st Center tit.. 49Uz
12$ feet; only $); $10 down and $10 a
n,nlb- W. R. HOMAN,
S31 Board of Trade Bldg.
HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
I Am Forced to Sell
a new five-room, all modern
bouse recently purchased by '
ue. This house Is located in ths
West Karnam drstrk.t, one block
from Leavenworth ar aud four
blocks from I'aruaru. Oak
finish downstairs, whit enamel
batu, sleeping porch, baaut.ful
lawn. You can buy this house
st a big sacrifice.
Address. M 21V Bee. or after
p. at. phone W ebster 6149.
noth ii g topuy In sight, the Quality of tha
cattle as a rule being common.
Contrary to the usual custom, tha
stock yards will be open for business on
Thanksgiving the same ss on any other
business day. The packera have all
agreed to have thrlr buyers In tha yards
Quotations on rattle: Choice to prima
yearlings, $9.00810.60; good to Choice
corn-fed beeves, $S7tVii 10.00; fair o good
corn-fed beeves, $7.76fi8.76; common to
fair corn-fed bveves, $6.but7.76; good to
choice corn-fed rangers, $a.O0j'.6O; fsii
to good corn-fed rangers, $7.30Wt.OO;
common to fair corn-fed rangers, $0etf),
1. SO: good to choice heifers, $4.607.26;
good to choice cows, $5.76(f.78; fair to
good cows, $5.2&Qft.7&; common to fair
rows, $4.60ijC&.26; good to choice stockers
and feeders, $7.26(17.76; fair to good s look
ers and feeders, $.&0(h7.26; common to
fair stockers and feeders. $a.50un SO;
stock ht-lfers. $4.7626; stock cows, $4.60
(16.60; stock calves, Jii.0088 00; veal calves,
$7.7510.00; bulls, stags, etc.. $4.7Ek3.76.
BKFK ivi libitn.
No. At. Pr. No. A. Hr.
IS 181 $ M M IIW $ U
14 114 8 70 1 MS SO
I loti I ( ii ymi it
14 Ml 4 40
4 T71 4 40 1 IS 1U
It BOO ( 14 1 M0 I M
1 lis) ( 60 1 IMS IU '
1 140 I 75 1 TOO 10 to
1 11 14 40
bl'Oi AN') FEEDER".
I IN IS I HO IN
II Ml I M .1
a feeders.., 704 T 26 6 steer lOrtJ T 10
20 heifers... 4M 40 13 cows 014 6 60
7 cows T7? 7 1 cows 71 I 40
U cows 871 66 II steers '$(
S3 st'ck clvg $78 1 75 10 heifers... 6 IS S 60
81 steers 972 I HO 8 feeders... 8 ( r
7 feeders... 7 so heifers... 80 6 76
12 cows 760 6 K0
170 LOR A no.
Trows US? 8 00 heifers... 883 6 16
31 feeder ..Ml 7 it,
lit steers 12M 7 $0
HOGS Supplies) were very sir again
this morning, and with shippers buying
freely, trsde opwaed out steady to strong
on everything except best lights. Ship
ping orders were Urge, but order buyers
evidently preferred mixed and butcher
stuff Aa a result, anything on tha
butcher or heavy order moved at good,
steady ta strong prices, some ssle being
luoted aa much ss a nickel higher, while
iuyirs refused to go very high on tbs
best light weights, and th.se kinds moved
at prices that were anywhere from barely
steady to as much as tmOc lower.
A batter feeling In the packer trade
was the direct result of the liberal ship
per buying, and killer droves were fully
!!.dy '.".rVr.y wh,1 "" lei
made at the beat Ume were quoted aa
strong to a nickel higher. Trade w"
fairly lively all the way through, and
lo"c4ok?' cle"r",c mad by
The general market la ssflrAtlgr sanjl -
a re.ult of heavy buying of abrppersTthe
improvsment was most noiliWnia In
butcher weight stock, aithoush aom. I,
KHEEP AND LAMI1S Recelot. 1.100
head; msrket Metier- nativa muttons, $.Vi0
Hb.ii; lambs, $i.Ou0.OO.
LIT Htock la Blabt.
Receipts of lira stock at the five prin
cipal western markets:
Sioug Cltv H
Kansas City 4,ooo
tt. I.ouls .. J.Vrt
Bouth Omaha 1.200
Totals ....15.500 73,000 38,600
Kt RTIIRR CONFER BNC,
LlVERlOOU Nov. 26.-4 OTTON Spot,
quirt; prices easier; middling fslr. 6.41
good middling 4.7id; middling. 4 4.1d: low
nuaming, gooj orainary, s.lsd; or
dinary. L73d. hales 8.0KO bales.
The cotton market closed steady at a
act advance of 7y points.
... t ,
OpealngT of Mtock 'Kachaagt Malar
day Stlmalate llopefal Keellas.
NEW yoitK. Nov. 26.-Th fact that
the stock exchange Is to open at tha end
of tha week has further stimulated confi
dence In financial circles. This waa dem
onstrated today by an announcement of
an early resumption of business by tha
local coffee exchange and by a broader
Inquiry for securities of tha better class,
some of which attained to best prices 1
recorded sines ths exchange suspended
Business dwindled In tho official mar
ket, which was fsst losing all claims to
future existence. I'nlted mates Hleel and
Amalgamated Copper, which were tha fa
vorites there, have bean practically with
drawn after recovering to a level little
short of July 10 quotations. Another In
dication of a general return to normal
conditions waa furnished by tha curb,
where trsdlng In bond at stable price
of all tna Important factors, tha steel
industry almost alone continued to evince
signs of backwardness. Largs sales of
pig Iron were reported for tha last few
days, but tha real stats of tha trad
waa shown by tn willingness of manu
facturers to book orders for the first
tiuartsr of 1916 at present prices. It was
generally believed that unles business
soon recovered In a marked manner price
ronoesaions ana lower wages wouia soon
Another aecllne In the rata of money
for ninety days to 44j per cent points to
the abundant cash resources at thla ren
ter and bespoke ths diminished demand.
Ixcal banks were refusing money from
Interior correspondents on tho around
that it was not available for use at this
time. Us nk acceptances were quoted at
31i per cent, which marked tho lowest
rata slno tho establishment of tno fed
eral Reserve board. Hixcbang o on London
wss less firm. I
The returns of tha Southern railway
for October showed a loss of net earn
ings of $t.OO0, while tho Atchison, To
peka aV Hants system for ths same
period gained $376,000. Announcement of
numerous rat suspensions, affecting
soma of tho leading railway systems of
the country, drew renewed attention to
tho activities of tho Interstate Comroerco
commission, which has tha per cent
rate decision under reconsideration.
According to private rabies, London de
rived no little onncurageraent front latest
advlcea respecting conditions hers. Brit
ish consols were again quoted under th
minimum figure recently named by th
NEW TORK, Nov. 25. COFFEE The
circulation of loember notices esti
mated at about eO.Ouo bags, was accom
panied by further liquidation of contracts
through the voluntary committee of the
Coffee exchange today, but otherwise
business wss comparatively quiet in ad
vance of tho holiday and trade also
seemed to bo waiting for tho reopening
Of ths exchsnge next Monday. Cost and
freight offrs from Braxll were about
unchanged and the local spot market
was nuiet with Hto 7s auoted at 4e
and r'antos 4s at 10c. hales through tho
voluntary committee were 7n,760 bags,
with Iiecembrr selling as low ss 6.I60
and rloalng at 5 2f.li SVc. March. 6..va
6.tkSc: Ma)'. t.WXje.Mc; July. 6.;66 73c On
th basis of the closing price for Decem
ber the market has declined about ITS
points since the exchanges were closed
Julv W. last, but the old Interest la sup
posed to hsve been reduced to very small
proportion during the Isst four months
and the action of ths hoard of managera
St. 1oula ...
These sales wer reported todsy.
WheatNo. 3 hard winter, 1 cars at ll.w;
No. nurd winter; $ car at !., i cars
at ILtftfc; No. nrd winter. 1 car at
!.; Nvi. 1 mixed. $ cars at ll.uK; No. 4
ourum, 1 car at 41.10; No. 3 spring, 1 car
at $10H; No. 3 spring, 1 car at $1.07h;
No. a mixed durum, 4 car at $l.l&, 4 oar
at $1.06; No. 4 ittixvd uurum, car at
$l.0. Hye No. J, 8 car at 8)1.01; No. I,
1 car at $l.ol, $ cars at !.. Barley
H ejected malting, two-tilths car at 61tic.
Corn No. 3 wulte, 1 car at tc; No. t
wh.te, 1 car at Mc, 2 cars st 6s-c; No
white, 1 car at ts4ic; No. 8 yeiiow, S
cars at uOc; No. 8 yellow, 3 cars at
6sc, 4 cars at sfcc; No. 0 yellow, I car
at one; No. 1 mixed, 2 cars at o4c; No.
3 mixed, 8 cara at 6d',i; No. 3 mixed, 14
sis at ⪼ No. 6 mixed, 1 car at bote;
No. 0 mixed, 2 cara at 67fcc sampie, 1
car tfar at 0c. Outs Planus rd 3 csrs
at 46'c, 1 car at 46c; No. 8 white, 4
cars at 4&V4j5, 8 cars at 4e; No. 4 wiute,
4 cars at 4uc, S 3-6 csrs at 45c; no grade,
1 car at 44',o, J car at 44c,
Omaha Cash I'nces Wnt-at: No. 3 hurd.
81.01mu.(W. No. 4 hard, $1 0U4ri.KS; te-
jected hard, $)l.4X"i l.tHife; No. sprlnc,
1.07VB10H; No. 3 spilng. $1.0ti,rH.vi4
No. 4 spring, OTctj$1.08; No. 2 ourum,
ll.mtql.MVs; No. 3 ourum, $l.L"tj'l.U.
Corn: No. 3 while, 69CSiC; No. 4 wlm,
WMrfiSc; No. 4 white, uKMifjac; No. s
white, Ml'sHrV:' Nu- w'lte. mi
sample white, 67'aj6'4c; No. 2 yelio', itt
4i6c; No. 8 yellow, 68iii63o; No. 4 yei
low, rVi4i!W"c; No. 6 yellow, 58'.&:av;
No. yellow, 6sii5Hljc; sample yeiiow.
tUkfiflRViO; No. t mixed, SSmtuDc; No. 3
mixed, Mii(Mo: No. 4 mixed. 6S'J(jiS4uc:
No. a mixed. 67H467c; No. mixed. C.4t
67Hc; sample mixed, 67Bi7Vo. Oats;
Htandanl, 4446- No. 8 white, 4fi''4i-4fA,c:
No. 4 white, 4j0454c: rejeoted, 4".t)t.",',o
HHrley: No. 1 feed. H72c; heavy feed.
WHw. Rye: No. 2, $1.001.01; No. 8
t-IIICAUO CiRADI AND PROVIgU.s
Features at tka Tradtoat ss Closing;
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Nov. .-Besrlnh estimates
of the Argentina exportable surplus acted
as weight on the wheat market today,
but were offset in part by a decided re
vival of export demand.l Prices closed
unsettled st the same a last night to
V'Ho down. Corn declined H'7io to li
IH10 net and oats Wlo. Provision fin
ished unchanged to 60 lower.
Assertions by a ' high authority that
Argentina would probably have as much
as 120,000,000 bu. of wheat available for
export led to much selling here, Inoltidlng
some of a stop-loss character. The boars
also Were not slow to take advantage of
peace rumors and of authoritative reports
Indicating that the world' wtnUr crop
or il would be ths largest over seeded.
The ensuing decline in prices waa not
chocked until a leading expert hero went
on record with an opinion that the Ar
gentina surplus would not amount to
more than 80.000,000 bu,
Bigns that an immense export business
in wheat had resulted from tho rot back
In prices were decidedly helpful toward
tho rally, which waa the ohlef point ot
Interest during the last part of tho day.
Total saleg to foreigners wore figured
at upward of 1.600,0)0 bu. It was said
th high rates being paid for ocean
freight room were attracting vessata to
an extent seldom If ove equalled.
Kino weather and more liberal receipts
made tha corn marks heavy through
out. Prloes seemed to have no rallying
power, notwithstanding that exporters
were buying here and at tbo seaboard.
Oats were relatively firm In view of
tho weakness of other grain. The main
support appeared to be an active foreign
Packera selling lowered provisions. Tho
Inoentlvo wan tno fact that hog reoelpta
hero turned out room plentiful than ex
pected. Grain prices furnished by Logan Jb
Brysn, office 315 South Sixteenth street:
Open,! High. I Low. Close. Tes'y.
1 " s"y uos, wnicn were slow
sellers yesterday at 87 40 7 46, "ought
the latter figure readily enough it 11 Is
l f!Lh? 3 Ii dimkTwer Sin
j . ..m r m men money.
Mo. At. k. Pr. M.
41 TO U) IN tn
47 IS IM M
41 M IS Is , , "
44 M4 ... 7 4
M Ml t
8IIEfc.P The packer cleaned up a
moderate run of some 1,600 bead ef lambs,
ewes and wethers at an early hour, pay.
lug prices generally steady to lofe lbc bel
ter on lamba and steady to a shade higher
011 aged aheep. Ths market showed an
Improvement notwithstanding the re
,.ti,i nl bearish 1 advices from Chleago
during the early hours of the forsiioon.
An outstsndlns- feature wss the lack of
quality this morning, ss tbsre were ho
lambs here aa good aa those st $s 1st
yeeterday. Top today was $aft5, having
been paid for three decks of Nebraska-t-A
watrn Tbs bulk of tha lamb re
ceipts was reus stuff and sold larswly In deciding to reopen the futures market
at a rang ot H."tf!.0, wttg, sum Utah Monday wss generally expected.
1 144 1 16t
10 00-02 10 07 i.
3H 0 88 f 8 80
10 22W 10 17H1 10
I 31 V,
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. I
red. tU&l.UV; No. 8 hard. $M51.U4
7om: No. 2 yellow (new), 4to; No.
8 yellow tnew, 62V6J'ie. OaUt No. 3
white, 48W91e: standard. . SOfiOJic
Rye: No. 3, 1.07ViM.0g. Barley: 6ur:ic,
Keeds: Timothy. $.1.76"6.86. Provlsionst
Pork, $17.00; lard. $10.12; ribs. $9 60. 10. t.
Bl.'TTKR Steady; creamery, 34sr32c.
K;OS btsady ; receipts, 4.6s1 cases; at
mark, rases Included. t"92ic; ordinary
firsts. 270 2e; firsts. M&JOc.
POTATOES Lower; receipts, 30 csrs:
Michigan. Minnesota and Wisconsin. 4o&
POULTUT Allva, lower; springs, lOV;
fowls. 10c; turkeys, l&jfl&a
Beo Want Ads Produce RooulU.
7 Stcok for Cnb
An omaha corporation In actlvs busi
ness for twenty yaors offers for sale
fifty ehsrea guaranteed seven per rent
preferred etoca redeemed from former
owners. J'o agent a. Will sell direct.
A. lf Cms of 4w . .
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