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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1914)
THE IWK: OMAHA, THTKSDAY. DKrKMP.KU ?. l!1 .
Apartments d Flats.
All larc room, finished In light oak:
close In. at 2th and Doualas; 4G winter.
140 fiimmcr. Dotiarlas fW.
Peters Trust Co.
FIX moma tn the DoukIss. nt S. 2t
Ave.; haa aun parlor, beautifully deco
rated, close, tn; no car fare; very choice,
4 year around.
HASTIN1S HETDKN. 1614 Harney ft.
ron riK xt
fr-R modern flat. 230a 8. 24lh; $22.
Rental Service Free
We can save you much worry, trouble
and annoyance. We din tell you ht
house and apartment each real estate
Office has for rent Phone us, IXnigla
CSS. Fl letlty Ftorag-e and Van Co.
bath; water paid. IIS. 2613
Gordon Van Co. SS
III N. 11th St.
Phon D 394 or Web. 1S.
.-It. ONK-rfTOKY BK1CKJS, $12.
Part mod., no children. Hef. R. 4M2.
HKVKN moms, ill? N. Pith; nicely 4or
atrd: the cheapest rent In the city:
$.T2.5n winter; ti". aummer, which Include
heat, water and Janitor scrvlc.
HAffPlNtlS HKYPBN, 11 4 Harney Rt
7-lvlnK room, kitchenette and bath. New
fumed oak furniture complete. Linen
and beddinir all new, l H
Office. Jf.ll llHrney. Dotiirlns 1472.
Hoard and Rooms.
Four or five ymtnn men ran find
a (rood home In best of surround
ings, near Karnam St.. west. Com
fortable, cona-enlal. ood tlilnxa to
eat. Telephone llarrey 49M.
8. 19th, 61S Exc, board, clean room.
MODERN furnished house, 1218 N. flth
St.. South Omaha. Phone South 10KL
Farnam 40th Line
JS"2 Cass, 8-r. square. hlh Rrounl.
4.V Burt S-r., hot water heat.
One block North S4th line -r . all mod
ern. 127. SO.
R-r. heated. S W. ?4th and California, $.16.
8-r.. south half double brick, t.oO.
k.r "n Kimih :mth. 125.
8-r., P13 ChlcaBo, roomers, M.
O'Kfofe Ileal Estate IV.,
m:ii i:8T.tk xokth nidk
1018 Omaha Nafl.
All modern; beautiful mahogany and
enamel finish: sleefilnif porch. 8112
PICTKH TRUST COMPANY.
lfc'2 Farnam St. Phone Douprlaa S9H.
2110 Harney St. Call
4031 CIIAHLKH ST.. a fine 8-room, com
pletely modern house and bain. t:'j.
Owner at house to show you through.
Also furniture for rate. Chance to secure
a ha re In See today.
t'P-TD-DATK, 5-r. house, Turnace, bath,
toilet, lavatory and shades; Rood con
dition: a bargain, $1$ per month. 2419 S.
Field Club District
Remarkably low rent for a beautiful
seven-room, all modern home at ,"s l"op
pleton Ave. Only HO a month.
Peters Trust Co.
1622 Farnam St.
FI'RN1SI?KP room 718 N. ISth 8t
rooms by day
heat: $1.60 up.
FUltNlSHED room for rent, near Craign
ton university, phone Pouee 728..
6 S. 29TH Furnished
family. Hatney 4X8.
PF.SIRA BL.K modern heated room, 131 N.
MOP. furn. rooms In private home, suit
able for two people. VVal. 146S. 4201 Cum.
ither roomers. H.
family of two, no
?4. 1S41 S. Xlst Bt.
or 4 rms., (tas water. 107 N. 12. Cheap,
Hotels and Apartment.
CALIFORNIA Hotel, ICth and Caliromla
Weekly rates $2 and up. Iwt.n 7'j83.
OCUF.N HOTEL, Council Biuffs, stcara
heated rooms, $2 per week Phone 64.
DODGE HOTEI- Modern Reasonable.
Honsea nnd otta-ea.
FOR R K N'T.
JW.OO PKK MONTH.
f!oaulirvil, all-modern a-room house, hot
water hent. shade trees, nice lawn,. On
beautiful high terrace. Right on car line.
Be sure to see this.
BANKKRH BRAhTT INVESTMENT
Oround Floor. Bee Bids.,
Telephone Douglas 2926 In daytime.
Call Walnut 6f2 after R o'clock evening.
FOR KENT v
$22.50 Per Month
A beautiful 5-room bungalow,
nil modern, conveniently- arranged
throughout. Beautiful location,
, block to car line; cement walks,
Will he plensed to show you this
house today if you will call us by
Bankers Konlty Investment
Ground Floor, Bee Building.
Telephone DouKlas 202K in daytime.
Call Walnut W2 after 6 p. in.
SMAIJj barn, suitable for garage; $4 per
montn; Mb and Dodge. 1'iione itcu 6'.'4i.
HALL For Rent-Hiblcrs,
WANTED TO BUY
OFFICE furniture bought and sold. J.
C. Reed. 1BU7 Farnan.. Doug. 6146.
WE HL'f sd-hand clo'hes. Uil N. 24th.
SLIilHTLY used pianos. Webster Si26.
WANTED-A buyer for an old established
real estate office and large insurance
business, one of the best In central Iowa.
located in a city of 6,om population, do
lug a large farm, city and insurance bust.
nesa. If interested don't delay; but come
and Investigate it you want a bargain.
Addros Y 294. Bee.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
War is Proving ft Bull Help to the
HEAVY RUN HOLDS THE PRICES
Attempts tn not quotations Are
Precluded by Heavy flerelnta
at Primary Points Over
Kntlre 4 antry.
$5 Down, $5 Month
No" Interest nnd No Taxes for
Located in north part of Omaha,
one block from paved street and car
line, 20 minute from Farnam St.
Sale start within a few days.
Reservations can be made today.
A few good bu sines lots on paved
street and car line.
40 lota to be selected from.
Call Douglas 4 233 for full In
formation, and for maps and price
These lots will sell quickly.
Shuler & Cary,
22 4 STATE BANK IHJXJ.
PARS! HANClt LANDS FOR S ALB
HAVlNti decided to locate elsewhere we
are offering a live real estate offl-e and'
iniurance business for eaie, located in
central J own. We also have two modern
equipped f ive-pascner 40 h. p. aulumo
Irnca in fli Hl-ciuaa condition and real es
tate which we would like to turn with
the business. Can K.ve sultaoie terms to
rlKht purty. Frlce .),U)l) Address Y. 283.
liO ACRU well Improved, near Kansas
city; nouse or k rooms; i.atural aas,
burn and other outbuilainns; nice orchaid.
lb aut- uimtr cuuivtaiioii, il Hciea ai
talfa: balance pasture; will exchange for
Vv. T. SMITH CO.,
I'. 2S13. 111S city National Bank.
STOP BAV1NCJ KENT.
Buy this 4-room cottac, city water,
electric liffht; corner lot. south and east
front, on boulevard. Price, $1.AK. Terms,
JH cash, balance 15 per month, ter
cent Interest. House vacant. Immediate
S. P. BOSTWICK & BON,
Tyler 150fl. J0 Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT Fine modern residence, 6
rooms and bath, sleeping porch; garage,
at 4110 Florence Blvd. For particulars
all WfbsU-r S0.
(.ROOM modern house, except furnace.
2101 Miami it. AppU;
J. 1. KEMP, UOUOLAS 6313.
K1VE-UOOM house with bath, beet con
dition. 118.00: 8i S. 21st. Harney 270o.
SEVEN rooms, 4160 Uavenport. Cloee to
Farnam lines Vacant Jan. L Beat reai
dence district.- Walnut 2fft.
7-R house, mod., suitable for two fami
lies. D. &.
ALL. aixea. 3 perrnoath up. 607 Paxton.
NICfi 6-room "fiat, newly papered and
painted; bath, gas. hot and cold water,
electric light; US 5r month. llb-18 Lea
enworth. , .
leganl 8-room modern brick apart
.nent. newly decorated. M per month. 844
8 Modern Woora detached dwelling; oak
flniah. beautiful yard, newly decorated;
IM per month. 102a b. 2Wh St.
Nice little 6-rooro, oottage; bath, toilet,
electrto light, 116 per month. to Vinton
8tlegant s-room house, 30 per month.
112) 8. tb AC
6-room cottage, 2044 Vinton, gas. elec
i io light, hot and cold water; lnalda tullat.
J. C. ISII, Executor,
703 9 31st Ave. Phone Harney 243.
v I K rooms, steam hca
Burt St. Uuuglaa 169it
t, thermostat, 121
KENTEItH and homeseekers use youi
Carey r.ght and secure a Montana farm
now. i30 you realise that farm product
will command extremely high prices dur
ing the next few years? This Is your op
portunity to get started on a farm of youT
own. The. Vatier lands produce from 31
to 65 bushels wheat, W) to 100 of oaU, 40 to
iO bushels barley, 4 to 4 tons alfalfa pei
acre. Lot us send you booklet and tell
you ho easy it is to get started. Vul.ei
Farm fcales Company. Box 3o. Valler
Elk City. Douglas Co.
Uj ..illlil;,! ... ....... ... i u
house; barn lor lo nea.i
small hamow. 6 tons: new irrsn.
ary; new chicken house; good well. Tula
is fine laying land, A-l soil. 3 or 4 acres
alfalia; not a toot of waste land on It:
within three miles of three towns, south
east of Elk City, near Military road. The
lay of the land and crops will show for
themselves. Let me show it. To see it
Is to believe. It is an Ideal -neck of the
wooda" to be tn. and you cannot beat It
In (.hat neck. ACT AT ONCE. This means
you, who Is a llttie bit, or decidedly
choice. Bring wife with you. PKK'E
REDL-CED TO 1139 per acre for Imme
diate sale; $720 cash, 15.400 more March 1
balance 6 years at 6 per cent.
OR1N S. MERRILL CO..
N. K. Cor. 23d and M, South Omaha. o
WHY PAY HUNT
When Your Hont Money Can
He Pnyinfr for a Home?
We have two beautiful R-rooni, all
moilcr" bunualows thoroughly modern
and very substantially built, which we
will sell on very easv terms.
$? AN1 M PKR MONTH.
Will pay all mov'ng expenses for those
who will ninkn JlOrl cash payments.
These houses are beautifully finished
with oak In principal minis. Kitchen
cabinet built In kitchen and all other ap
pointments conveniently nrranRed.
Both houses are In excellent locations
only two blocks to school and two
blocks to ear line
Telephone Douglas IW'-'t any time today
and will nrraiiKn to show you these
1215-1 W. O. W. BldK.
('all Webster 4771 after S;S p. in.
Rente either of these two R-rooin. .ill
modern bungalows. They arc brand m-w.
Principal rooms In oak and have all of
the mo.lern conveniences.
The lots are laiKe. All new houses In
the neighborhood, and are within walk
ing distance of churches. They ure only
two blocks from car line.
Call t's about this today.
f A I'NDF.RS COMPANY.
U'15-IK W. O. i W. Bl.lg
Thone IioiikIhs :22 In the day time;
WchMer 4771 after 6 M p. 111.
MUST BE SOLD THIS WEEK
BALANCE 115 PUR MONTH.
Five-loom cottage, all In first-class
condition; all new plumbing; modern
cert heat; Z blocks to car; cement walk
nice snade. price. It sold this week
THE VOC1EL REALTY AGENCY,
,1015-lti W. O. W. Bldg.
Phones boiiKla 3u!U or South 2S1.
OMAHA. lec. 1!;4
The war proved a bull help to the wheal
maiket ett.-r,lay. Besides the laklm: of
the cash artt I In all positions nearlv
l.OOO.nm bush. Is w as ubsorhrd by ti'e
Kockelelier foundation for the relief of
Belgium. tf this fA.) buslx ls or more
wei-e at Bufnil.i snd (he balance wa
taken at t'lihaao and will u- mII tall in
the Atlantic coast, from where It will lie
shippe.i to KelKium and else hen'. The
wheat market Is in a stronger position
than for some weeks. A drawoack to any
big bull movement at the present time
has been the heavv run of wheat In the
wtcrn markets, the receipts yesterday
amounting to .i bushels, which was
more than 7,u bushels In excess of the
corresponding day last year
1 he deliveries of wheat on 1 ecember
contracts; yesterday amounted to isn'.oiv
bushels. While this wheat was sent
around on contract by some of the
stronger houses. It was also taken In and
paid lor by strong bands.
Corn for December delivery was some
what stronger and was as much as lc
higher at one time during the day, but
the close was only Ne better, while May
was unchanged In price, a.s compared
with the rest In spot of Monday. De
liveries on December contiacta. 11". trnO
bushels. Weather conditions .insettled
with some snow. t'ommlnslon houses
were sellers on the hard spots The east
ern call for corn was reported as better
with sales of 2!i).i bii-diela.
Oats closed Slc higher, fol'nwlng a
weak opening IVIIvrrlcs on December
contracts. l,iin.iw bushels. The restore
of the day was the heavy changing of
hedges by earrlria from Ieceniter to
Wheat was V higher.
Coin was 'c higher
oats were iiuelianued to Milter
I'learames of wheit and flour were
eiitial to l.ni,.0iv bushels, corn, SO H bnsli
els, onts. ti'.lHI blisliels
At l,iervol wlie.it opened 'd hlnlor.
corn. ,1 higher
I'llmarv wheat receipts were I.f.4-',oii0
bn.-l els and shipments '.'..'i" i bushels,
against receli'ts of l.;v,nn bushels and
shliMiients of l.Vvl huehels last vesr
I 1'ilmary corn receipts were '-. .ftl.i'0 j
I Misliels and shipments ;, ii mtsiieis.
jnwulrst receipts o! hoi 0m biwhels. and
shipments of 4!! xii Inishets lani year
Prlman1 oats receipts were l.i7 il
bushels and shlinneiits W.'iM In sliels.
agnlnst receipts of 412 Ovi hnshels and
shipments of NM.nmt bushels last year.
W heat Corn. Oats.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Fat Cattle Very Slow and Lower,
with FeedeTi Steady.
HOGS FIVE TO FIFTEEN LOWER
Fat heep Slew Krllers at Prtces
that Were Weak t Tea teats
I. oner l.amha Tea to
. . 1 It
. . .1 If.
KK.W, KSTATK WEST SIDE
3 Lots 2 Corners
Price $750 to $850
Paved Street, '
located on 41st Ave., between Page and
Iurt Kts. These are the best values l
Ing offered In tho west end of town,
when you take Into consideration sewer,
stater, gas, sidewalks; paving all in
and paid for. No additional expense for
Wo will arrange terms on these lots, or
you may pay down IfifW to Irion and we
will build you a home to order. This Is
vour opportunity to get a home In the
cathedral district and within one block
of the Farnam car line at a bargain.
230 Omaha Nat l Hank Mldg.
Chicago S2 R'2 17
Sales reported today: Wheat No 2
hard winter: 3 cars. II. W; cars, fl OkS.
No. 3 hard winter I car, fl t. 1 car.
l.n; .S i-ars, II OS. No. 4 hard winter:
1 ear. II OS1. No. 4 spring. 1 car. II .uv
No. 3 tnlxed: 1 ear. II. 0s. No. .1 durum:
2 cars. II IS. Rve-No. 2: I enr, II .'S
Parley No. 4 malting- I car, 3c. Corn -No.
2 white: 2 ears, feHe. No I yellow.
3 cars, Wtte. No. 3 yellow: I cars. WV.
No. a mixed: i cars, 6SVc; 1 car. 5M Niv
3 mixed: 1 car, near white, old. 5Si';
ears, near white. fsV,c; 4 cars, .Vic: 1 car.
r.7c. No. f mixed: 1 car. 57c; 3 cars.
67ve. No. mixed: 1 car. o7ltc. Sample:
I car, mixed. 1.7'v. Oats -Standard : I
car. 4.".c: 2 cars, 4".l-. No. 3 while: 9
cars, 4.".e. No 4 while; 3 tars, 44c.
No grade. 1 car. 44'c.
Omaha fash Prices beat : No. t
hard, HiV(il"P: No 3 hard. l Wl 'Mn:
No 4 bard. I l.0i I Ortv,; No 2 spring.
II Osil.oCS; No. S spring. 11.07111
No 4 siulng. ll.tn'iil.Uii So, 2 durum,
tl.lVii l.lS's; No. 3 duriun, 1 17'ifl 1. -orn:
No. 1 while, S.v'v'ii:vS,c: No. 2
white. HSVffoi'c; No 3 white, WW
rV: N". white, 57'iHe; No 5 white.
r.7t.,.?a..- No uliltiv .'wri.MWo: No. 1
vellow, 5V(''i,: N,v - ycHow. tX-,it
6S'io: No il yellow. riMiWt.c: No 4 yel
low. rVSmhsV-c; No. 6 yellow, ti7VcfiRe ! No
t yellow, 5,',(ie7c; No. I mixed,
SMsc; No f mixed, 5S'(f.Vi V : No. J
mixed, 57'iiSV4c ; No. 4 mixed. rVTHW
hr: No. 5 mixed, l7Mrtifr;V: No. t
mixed, 67uri7We. oats: No. 2 white. 44
ftMIio; standard. 4f.Vn-6c; No. 3 while,
tfuuHfiVtc; No. 4 white, 44ii44r. Parley:
Malting, SiMiffOc: No. I feed, 4Xit(i8c Rye:
No. 3. 1.02. 1.02W; No 3, f 1.01(1 1.02.
t IIU Afitl 4;llAI A3SII PHOVI9IOW9
t'lMelal Mon. lav
Official Tuesday ...
tiMAHA. Dee. 2. 1IU4.
Cattle, lloga Sheep
e.tnis 13.7 ii.i4
.4I 20.77H ls.l
. ."'OO 10,H)
1 bull 1 R M 1 st. cow. .1170 5M
8. 1. Murdock wyo.
1" feeders.. W3 7 M 2 steers. ...1W
t cows l;i 3 " cows M
ma r no
cow s. ..
1 cows. ..
22 cows ..
IX st k l v 4?t
IS feeders... S.""i
22 cow s IS
r cow '773
11 steers 10
7 cows 1 1ST
7 cows S21
19 cow a prtfi
15 sfk cfvg 324
It cows fstl
4 rows HCW)
29 cows 77.
16 cows W4
Three davs" totals ...M.S39 43.417 .;
Same days last week. .12.122 2.3"3 3f..7
ame 2 weeks aao 477 .444 m.5'
Same 3 weeks ago 1M4 W.737 42,os
Same 4 weeks aao 14.4NH 12.0V4 42,7.i
fmf days last year...!6.0W 27.:tSJ 42.IW
The following table sViows the receipts
a? catlle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omnha live slock market for the year to
date, as compared with last year:
1914 1913 Dec
Cattle KM. 224 M0.MS 3M4
Hogs to2JW. ,34i.312 ?a.92
Sheep J,S2.I4'. 3,X,72 Ju.MI
The following table ahows th eaverag"
price for hogs at the Koiith Omaha live
sioek market for the lai-t few da s. with
UK All KSTATK SOl'Tll SIIK
Only S3V1 cash, kaJunce monthly. 6-room
modern home, ljirge living room, with
fireplace, oak finish: dining room and
hall white enamel. lrge convenient
kitchen. Full baaement, with plaster-d
ceiling. Furnace heat. Three bedrooms
nnd tiled bath second floor I.rge lot.
Mix 127 ft., witli alley and garago In rear.
I'wtst front and paved street. Low price
of 3,7f0. Owner leaving city.
g I George & Company
Features of the Trading anil Closing
rices nn Hoard of Trade.
CHIC AOO, Doe. 2. Hulls had tho ad
vantage In the wheat market today, ow
ing to a strong foreign demand ax-om-liauled
bv reports that Australia would
1914. W13. 1912. ,um. ',l!0.il9-llW.
141 V 701-1 7 74; 7 R t 1M 7 74
1&' f 6 7 9t i t Ml t 7
IP 7 HI I I 7 931 8I 7 34. 7
Ii 7 7 83 6 331 7 4 7 93
ll 7 2!'W 7 7 THi t 7 JSl 7 99
191 7 s:tS. 7 tw 7 71 7 201 7 94
i 7 44N.I 7 711 7 73! Ifil 7 ts'n
21 i 7 7 9I 7 7li. 131 7 90
22 7 &7 7 0' IS 6 H9I 7 W
00 7 7 iW!
'l. 7 fit I I 241
SS I i 41 7 47 S 98 I (H
f5! I 7 4SI I 121 I 04
ii i . 7 i- a no 99;
? r.i r till a in 7 n:l x 09
30! 7 .Si4, I 7 70 I 7 (Mi I U 6
1 I H t v 7 ! 7 741 041 7 a?! 7 72
2 : i Ki 7 W 7 r.7 Oil 7 13 M Oil 5 '
Sunday. Holiday. . .
lteceipts and oisiaisltlon of live stocK
st tho Cnlon stock yards, Houth Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at I o clock
c. m. & st. r
Cnlon Pacific 29
C, & N. W., east... 17
CAN. W.. west.. 34
C, St. P., M. O.. 11
C., H. A Q , east....
C, H. & y.. west.. 43
C., II. I. ft. P., east. 11
C, 11. I. ft. P.. west. 1
Illinois Central .... S
Chi. Oreat Western S
Total receipts.. ..173
Armour & Co..
J. W. Murphv....
W. V. Vent Sant Co...
Henton, Vansunt ft I.
VH.iiaoin inr nisiii. w .
91 hand that rTance
W bualnls und Hoi- V
$100 CASH, BALANCE LIKE RENT
Six-room cottage, combination light fix
tures, hot water heat, bath, nice large
corner lot, good barn, cement walks, ce
ment cellar, good cistern, nice shade.
You should see this todav.
THE VCK3KL REALTY AGKNCY.
1(115-1(1 W. O. W. Pldtf.
Thnnes Douglas Bffll or Houth 291(1.
902 City National Rank
Phone Douglas 7M.
FOR SALB-Best large body high-grade
medium-priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley. Wol
bach. Neb. .
FOR SALE To close an estate; 100
acres In Rio Grande valley. 4 milea
from Mercedes, Texas. All under culti
vation. For price and terma write The
Minnesota Land ft Trust Co.. 405 Mar.
quette Ave., Minneapolis, Minn
WH guarantee bargain In stock farms
and ranches. Write Willis Cadwell
Broken Bow. Neb. The Bargain Man.
Best dairy and genera) crop state In th
anion; settlors wanted; lands for sale at
low prices, on easy terms. Ask for book
let 34 on Wisconsin Central Land Grant
KtaU acres wanted. Writ about our
grazing lands. If interested In fruit lands,
ask for booklet on Apple Orchards la
Wisconsin. Addreos Land Dept.. So
Line Ky., Minneapolis. Minn.
The most desirable employers advertise
In The Bee's "Help Wanted" column.
ABSTRACTS UP TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abb tract Co.,
a modern abstract office. M tt. 17th 8t
Phone Douglas lAel.
FOR RENT Modern s-rcajm houae. 206
8 36th Ave. Inquire T. J. O Brlen.
Henshaw Hotel. Harney 1094, Douglas 121ft.
llmmoii n all parts .
of the city.
;relgh Sons Co . Bee building.
a5 if Van and Stor-
MratTtTarn C age Co. Large
per hr. ; uiay.
van. i men, i tw
1. Ji per hr. 1713
CHEAPEST KICNT IN OMAHA. .
Four rooms and bath, modern except
heat, southwest corner guth and Jackson,
315. Best location, fine neighborhood.
Also have 10-room house, fine location
for rooming house; 10 rooms, all newly
Painted and decorated: for a short time
we are offering this at 137.60 a month In
order to secure a ftrst-claas tensnt.
.1 A. ABBOTT. Call Douglas ". o
ng ft storage
rnara. D. il6.
Stores, inoces, packs, ships; l-borae van
ed 3 men. Il ia per hr. ; storage 12 per
I. o. Satisfactory guar. D. 4338 at Ty.
sll modern, 7-roorn houae;
flat. s) No. S3d.
We bare a complete list of all House,
spartmeiit and flats that are for reot.
This liat can be see (re of charge at
omaha Van ft titorag Co . sug A. ;th at.
Fidelity Storage Co
btorag. moving, packing and shipping.
ICth ft Jackson 81a Phone Douglaa Ifca
t-ROOM. all modern; furnaoe, alevUt
lighL XII N. anh St. ULatt.
Rfc.lDD Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
fice la Nebraaaa. 20t BiaudeLs Theater.
HEAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
WILL trade 1.920 acres near Jialgler,
Neb., for Red River valley or northern
land Andrus. 330 Endlcott Bldg.. tit,
Paul, Minn. o
320 ACRES well Improved fiaunders
county gently rolling hard land. Owner
will consider SO or 120 Improved land and
carry balance. No cash required. This
la gilt edge proposition. F. C. Terry,
Fremont. Neb. o.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
CITY and farm loans, i. per cent.
i, H. Dumont ft C0..I60J Farnam, Omaha.
WANTED City loans. Petere Trust Co.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farm.
O'KEEFE REAL EaTATaJ CO.,
101 Omaha Natl. Douglas 1716.
HARKlbON ft MORTON. U Ora. NatL
WTD Farm loans Kloks lnv.Co. Omaha
Loan. Iio0 and up.
WANTaltV-CUy loan and warrant. W.
Farnara 8nlth ft Oo . 1220 Farnam.
CITT Properly- Large
H. Thomas. Z Stat
loaus a specialty.
IluO to llO.uuu made promptly. F. D. W
wead Biag, mtn sod rarnm Bt.
ET on hand for city and farm loan.
H. W. Binder. City NatL Bank Bldg.
CITY LOANS. BemU-Carluerg Co.,
I16-IU Braadeia Theater BI4g.
SEE u first it you want a farm loaa.
United fetal Trust Co. OnaU. Nea.
FINE VIEW-PURE AIR
Are two very essential features In buy
ing a home. We have a dandy 7-room
brand new modern house near .TUh and
Fowler Ave. Price reduced to 13.7W. Easy
PAYNM INVESTMENT COMPAVV
Doug. 17S1. v'aro Bloiik.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
On lop of the hill, between 4Slh and
49th, we have a special snap 'In a beauti
ful 7-room, entirely modern houae, situ
ated on one of the most sightly lots ln4
Dundee, with a beautiful view in all di
rections. With the opening of Farnam
street from 49th to Elmwood Park, this
Is going to make a beautiful residence
section. This house is only two blocks
from car line and only 30 Mocks from the
Omaha City Hall. The lot Is 60x160 feet
and the house modern and up-to-date In
very respect. Has big living room with
fire place and beamed ceilings, paneled
dining room, den and kitchen on first
floor, S large bedrooms with extra large
closets on second floor, bath room with
tile floor and fine plumbing fixture. The
lighting fixtures are the latest, th dee
orations are fine. Screens for all win
dows and doors and screened porch. Tli
yard Is sodded and the cement walks are
tn. Beautiful oak finish and oak floors
ThU property Is worth 16,000. There Is
first mortgage of 13,000 payable at 131.50
month. The owner Is asking 12.2M) coah
for his equity. Must be sold this week.
Come out and look It over.
Cliarles W. Martin & Co.,
Tyler 187. 74! Omaha Nat I. Bank Bldg .
Just south of Hanscom Park, on 81st
St. Practically new and one of the heat
2-story square houses In this fine dis
trict. Oak woodwork and floors. Paved
street, with paving paid. This la a real
snap and should sell on sight.
Tyler 13.TK, State Hank Bldg.
Brand new and up-to-date In every
way, containing six large living rooms
and bath, three of which are finished in
oak; oak floor throughout: handsome
lighting fixtures, window shades and
screens. Corner lot. Streets paved. For
quick sale, 3,7T)0. Easy terma, or lot
taken a first pavment.
106 McCague Bldg.
Phone Douglas !Si3.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
A NEW HOME,
2855 MIAMI, $2,250
W0 CASH $20 A MONTH
Full cellar: stairway to attic. An at
tractive little home; best of plumbing
fixturea to be aeiected by purchaser;
cnie to school, stores Hnd car lint.
HAKTJNOS ft H KY DION, 1614 Harney Ht.
$2,500 Rents $30
Store building and cottage, close In;
paved street; good tenant Pays better
than 10 per cent net, and worth 13,000.
Glover & Spain
lll City Nat l.
YOU CAN START IiUVINO
A HOME OF YOUR OWN
PAY t0 TO 40 CASH AND 130 TO
We have four new thoroughly modern
homes a. 6 and 7 rooms, bungalow and
cottage styles that we will sell on the
These house have never been occupleV.
They are in a beautiful residence section,
none over two blocks from car line, arid
have every modorn convenience. Koine
have oak finish in principal rooms with
oak colonnade openings beam ceilings
window seals, etc.
If you will see these houses you will
realize that it U foolUh to pay rent when
you can make your rent money pay fur
one of these beautiful new home.
We will be pleased to show you these
hous If you will phon us today, (.'all
1216-16 W. O. W. Bldg.
Webster 4771 after 6:30
BFtrT HOUMJO BARGAIN IN OMAHA.
New t-roum modarn bungalow; lewy
Ave. and 31st 8L; west Farnata district,
W. R. HOM AN. 311 Board of Trade.
Be Want Ads
r tU lxtfl Bualne
IF you want a good home, 8 rooms,
modern, at right price and fine lo
cation, we have It. $300 down will
buy It. Balance name as rent.
W. T. SMITH CO.
D. 2819. 1112 City National Bank.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
In Real Estate
5 Acres Improved
Right In the direction Benson Is grow
ing. West of Fontenel-e Park. An ex
tension of the stieet car west on Ames
or (lnr.i.1 Ave., or north from Krug
park, which extension will lave to be
made soon, alll matte city lots OJt or
HASTINGS & HEYDEN. 114 Harney St.
1 t limiort unit that offerings to
Kuroim from Argentina were scarce. The
market dosed atea.ly at the saJite as
lust night to c advance. I oin fitiislied Morris Co.
r up. oata uncluinged to o ott. ami Hw t an(J Cumpany.,
proMainna varying irom ueimm iu jcudahy Packing Co
rise oi i - 'tT .
in mini announcement that the yield
of wheat In Australia would be I,ui,iaM
bushels short of home reiiutrenionta gave
buxTB here vncouragement from thu
sliirt, as that country na a rule has a
ItiuiilHoiiin surplus available for export.
Kalimatcs were also a
would rciiulro Gfi.um.iiWl
land 2..mtl,i0 bushels.
Admissions from Liverpool that offer
ings from Argentina were proving scanty
counted likewise in favor of the bulls.
Besides, receipts ill domestic points
showed a notable falling off.
Dlftlcultles In obtaining a sufficient
number of vessels for Immediate sailing
tended to cause something of a reac
tion In the wheat market during the last,
part of tho day. December delivery ex
hibited the effect most plainly. Iat quo
tations showed the Influence, too, of pro
dictions that rather liberal receipt a wouid
continue to lie the rule In the northwest.
Shutting off of sales from producer
and some increase in the exort and do
mestic demand lifted the price of corn.
Adverse weather cut a good deal of fig
ure, and so, too, did reports that stocks
at nil points east were light. Outs first
burdened with other cereals, but after-
wnrds liquidating soles In the December
option formed the chief element of In
terest. C'axh demand was only fair.
Short were active buyers In the pro
vision pit. The motive was a belief that
the severe break which took place to
ilv In hog values would cause a de
eded curtailment of receipts.
Provisions shorts, attempting to cover,
fou-ff the maiket bare of sellers. As a
result prices roon took a sudden bulge,
regardless of lower quotations for hogs.
Artlclefopen.7 HlghT Low. I Close ! Ves'yi
1 1 1 s PO!4 1TION H EA TX
Catli. Itogs. nnerp.
10 00 I
J. 11. Ilulla.
Werthelmer A Degen..
II. K. Hamilton
Itaker, Jones A Smith..
I'ATTI.K The rattle trade here and at
every other point la in extremely bad
condition; In fact, conditions at all mar
ket points are ' bordering on demoralisa
tion. This is due to the excessively large
re.vlpls that the country 'haa poured Into
sll market points from the states that
were formerly under quarantine. The
market everywhere Is simply glutted with
l . I I . . . I .. . . -II Lln.l. t 1. - t 1- ,MTI I
nouns t n.un " i i . , , HJ . .. . .
,-.... and l,iirra. The rattle coming " Vyoming
HtxIS Receipt were much smaller till
morning, only 13fi cars, or 9.noo head, be
ing received. The total for the three dav
Is 43.47 head, being 23 0m ,d larger
than last week, and lK.OW head heavier
than Inst year.
While local receipt wr light, all
other points reported heavy runs, and the
trade opened out with prospects of an
other bla break. Karly bids were around
I 20- lower, anil first sales were IftrfMiV
lower. Tbe mai'Kei moved along slowly
on this basis for a while, but shipper
were buying steadily, and a the hog be
gan to thin out one or two of th
killers found that thev Were going to
get caught. This naturally livened things
tip. and prices began to improve, so that
on the close, which was by far the lest
lime, a number of al"s were made which
did not look to be over re lower.
The market closed active, and In spite
i.f a slow opening everything had been
cleaned up liefore 11 o'clock. Better ar
rangements have been made for handling;
bogs from the quarantine districts, and
with receipts so much lighter there waa
none of the confusion that made yes
terday's market so draggy.
Hulk of the sales was made at MTTvfJ
SKO and tops reached 17 "0, only a nickel
below yesterday. Shipping dmand waa
much letter this morning, and In view
of the decrease In the supplv waa a real
factor In the trade for the first tint
Ko A. t. Pt. No. A Mi. 1r.
m......4M Ml 4 7fi M in .. llVi
i m .. 4 7& 71 t 0 1 K
V 144 . II 1 . as
74 VI 140 t M 7 114 SO f M
H 7 . . 74 244 .. (.
l j7 W IK a I7 .. t an
74 Ill . Ill
8HKKI'- While a moderate run of sim
10.1100 heail of heep and lamb showed
up, there was not much good stuff on
sale. Ked western grades, principally
from Iowa, predominated, and th re
mainder of the receipts came from
Idaho and Wyoming largely, the offer
ings from Idaho being from the wheat
fields, like some that were on the mar
ket. on Tuesday. As usual, th propor
tion of aged sheep waa light.
The packer were alow buyers, again
claiming pi Ice, asked by seller too high
to meet their order A good many ell
ers received no bids at all until well along
low-ard the noon hour. Advices from out
side points were again discouraging, and
this, along with the fact that no right
good killer were available, had a de-
frrsstng Influence on tbe general trade,
.ate In the forenoon a movement began
with lamb selling on a basis of irpo
lower than yeaterday, and aged sheep
weak to a dime lower. The In-between
grade of all kinds of killers were th
hardest to dispose of, which resulted tn
a very late clearance.
The feeder situation remain llttl If
ny different from the former day of
the week, or from the close of last week,
the Inquiry being still strong and active,
absorbing th meager feeder supply at
prices fully steady. A marked scarcity
of sged leeder offerings feature th
Heceipt of the week to date total 40. AM
head, against 3f.RK7 last week and 42.KA
during th corresponding week a year
quotation on sheep and lambs: Mmlw,
good to choice, IS3.ViiS.75, lambs, fair to
good, $7 UXU :; feeders, good to choice,,
tti HMfC 40; feeder, oommon. a.S0tl.S6;
vearllnaa. rood to choice. I7.00a7 25; year-.
lings, fair to good. .7Mi7(W; yearlings,
feeders, tri.MKUtUO; wethers. good to
choice. 5.7o"iiO; wethers, fair to good,
I.'. hOdf..h6; wethers, feeders, 14 304) fHf.;
ewes, good to choice, I4.tfc-xj6.00; ewes, fair
to good, W.4044.66; we. feeders; 13.86
No. - . Av.
33 fed ewe 10S
fi7 t nils 90
200 fed lamb 71
137 fed lamb 71
44 fed lambs
121 fed yearling 117
73 fed , yearling 120
43 fed lam ta A3
(M fed lamb 71
303 Wyoming lamb
1047 Idaho lambs "4
10J fed ewes 123
tilt Wyoming ewe 99
232 Wyoming ewes 96
419 Idaho ewes 119
till Wyoming ewes 96
feeder Ikmns ei
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. I red,
f1.144rl.lSTi; No. hard. II 14VWI .16'.
-orn: No. 2 yellow, new, 64Wc; No. 3
yellow, new, K'iiimc. Oats: No. I
white. 4S'if'4s4e; standard. SK41ic.
Ky: o. t. ii.uxt. iiariey
Timothy. 3.7fvu.6.40; clover, l2.0uti'14 60.
Provisions: Pork. IH.bO; lard, IH.66; ribs,
Hl'TTKlt-Fteady; creamery, 24a3c.
KG8 Steady; receipts. 4.K2S coses; at
mark, case Included. 2iVrjC3c; ordinary
firsts, 2V,i27c; firsts, 2Mj2!e.
POTATOK8 Kay; receipts, 44 cars;
Michigan and WUconaln, 30'uH4c; Minne
lfU'LTKY Alive, hlglier; springs, lie;
fowls, 10c, turkeys, J2Vc.
Ni:W YORK. Dec. 2 -t'OKKKlC-Afler
opening steady at a di-illne of one point,
the market for coffee futures turned
eafy here today under trnde selling of
the new July conl rail in the absence of
any Important support. The close waa
cony and from six to seventeen points
net lower. Aside from the selling of
July and some switching of December to
May, there waa practically no business
I ml Bales were reported of only VM
hui;s. Closing hl.ls: December, 5.43c;
January, fi.ic; February, 5.t-'lc; March,
f..73c; April, 5 Kle: May. 6 HXe; June. 6.7V;
.Inly, 6.60c; August, titine; September, ti.tiftc;
O'-tnber, fi i's'; November, 6.84c.
Spot coffee, stetily. Itlo No 7 Vc;
Santos No. 4, 9Vrliic. :t and freight
olfors were reported etes.lv at IS.Wle to
i;.2'M' for Itlo No. 7 and from aliout 3.45c
to KMh- lur Santos No. 4.
from the quarantined states can
only tor slaughter at local packing houses
or for shipment to packing houses at
other points. This prevents feeder buyer
from purchasing the half fat or warmed
up corn fed steers and leaves mure cattle
of that description than the packers have
UHo for. Hence the unsatisfactory and
aoml-demorallxed condition of the market
noted above. The only remedy Is for
ehlptiers to hold the rattle back In the
country until the surplus let ha been
cleaned up. To stop shipments to this
point and turn them to Chicago or some
other market will not help out In th
slightest degree, a all market are In
practically th same condition or wars
Feeding rattle and Mocker have been
In fair demand and price on that kind
of rattle were just about steady.
Shippers from states formerly under
quarantine must bear In mind that cattle
from their territory cannot be sold a
feeders, but must go lu packer for Im
mediate slaughter. It would therefor
mean heavv loss should anv atnek cnu
60ff77e. Seeds, j or feeder be sent lo market from any
one of the states recenliy under Quar-
.. .....5 Sit; Idaho feeder lambs...
23J Wyoming feeder lamb.
134 Wyoming yearling ....
1st Wyoming yearlings
1S9 Wyoming ewe
lm W yomlng ewe
1HM Wyoming lamb
163 Wyoming lamb ,
299 Nebraska feeder lamos.
I Am Forced to Sell
a new five-room, all modern
houae recently purchased by
me. This house Is located In the
West Karuam district, one block
from Leavenworth car and four
blocks from Farnam. Oak
finish downstairs, while enamel
bath, sleeping porch, beautiful
lawn. Yuu can buy this house
at a big sacrifice.
Address. M 213 Dee, or after
p. m. phon Webster 6149.
REAL EHTATB WANTED
WE HAVE CT8TOMKRS
for houses of 6 and 7 rooms and up to
ll.gOO. We would be pleased lo hear from
parties wishing to sail.
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
044 Brandela Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
I 1IAVK 12.000 cash and clear Improved
Irrigated farm, worth tOnO, to trade for
9-rouiu tuoden houae. west Karnaiu, Dun
dee, Heinle Park duttrluL Phone Walnut
I.onls live Mock Market.
ST. I.OI IS Dee. 2. t'ATTLB-itceclpts
ft. KKI head: market lower: native heef
steers, It.fi0win.7fi; cows and heifers, "..00
4i'.2.'i: southern steer. ."i 76'u 7.76; cows
and heifers, 1.xi(4j.u0; native calves, 6.oO
HOUtf Receipts, 9.700 head: market
lower; plga and llghta, 16. SOLVIT.; mixed
and butchers, ti.Hyitl.li; good heavy. 17 00
HHKKP AND TAMHH Receipts, 1 9n0
head; market lower; native mutton. 14 75
if..ui; lambs. K.0ir,t9.j; yearllmca. LVojUJ
Killing cattle, that la, beef steers, cows
and heifers, were 164? Ac lower than yes
terday, or 251 doc lower than last week,
with the trade slow at the decline.
Quotations on cattle: Uuod to choice
oornfed beeves, s.6nij1 60; fair to good
cornfed beeves, 17.6011.60; common to fair
enrnfed beeves, Ia.0tv7.60; good to choice
range beeves, f7.i6io4t.4o; fair to good
range beeves. 7.4ii7.75; common to fair
range beeves, Iti.2iii7.40; good to choice
heifers, 6.2fyr;7.0ti; good to choice rows,
Vi.6tKu4i.2S; fair to good cows, I6.li0u6.60;
common tn fair cows, II 6tk(r6.00; gool to
choice stockers and feeder. 7.Zfi'i(7.76;
fair to good stockers and feeders. fi.tOj
" 26; common to fair Mockers and feed
ers. Ti.oOonj.fm; stock heifers, 14.7641.26;
stock rows, 4.604f.60: stock calves, K 6ntf
8.36; veal calves, IX.twr.i 10.00; bulls, stags,
No. Ar. I'r. No. Aw.
I im 70 It i:m
17 w la is iu;j
10 IPO 7 40 K (M
SIK -.RS AND II Ul KEhn.
CHICAGO LIVE BTOCK MARKET
4 4tle. steady to Lwr -HK Weak
CHICAOO, Deo. i CATTLE Receipts.
I9,0i head; market steady to 16c lower;
native tecra. 5.iflo.l0; western, 6.26til
9.50: cow and heifer. 3.2fu.o; calves,
llLHJo rieceipra, iu.uw ncsu , mnrnvi.
weak. mttly 26o lower; bulk of sale.
M 70U4I.90; light. n.44iM.90; mixed. W Soo
7.10; heavy, IH.60u7.1(i; rough, 6.60ji6.iS;
8HEKP AND LAM Bft Receipt, 16,000
head; market weak; 10c to 2fte lower;
sheep. Vi.2o"flV26; yearlings, H3CK37.60;
lambs. (6.6011 9.00.
dloaz City Live Stock Market.
BIOUX CITY, Dec. J. CATTLE Re-
oelpts, 1,000 bead; market 10iyl6a lower;
native steer, xtt.s.tv; Diucner. a itxcr
I.UO: cows and heifers, f4.40ir6.20; cannera.
H.OOfrA.OO; stockers and feeders, $5.oOHj.76;
calves, I7.004tv.60; bulls, stags, etc, A.U
HOOK Re-eipt. 4.ZTO bean: market vx&
201-' lower; heavy, la.72mi4i.NO; mixed, W 7tl
4M..7'."; light, 6.WX(f.70; bulk of sale.
til .vi. 7."i.
SHKF.P AND liAMHfJ- Keeeipt, vn
head: market 26c lower for lamb; ewe.
I4.0ucu4.60; lumps, $6.50&.S.
NKW YORK, Dec. 2.-4tJTTON
oulet: middling upland. 1 Wx
LIVKIll'OOL. Dec. i. 4 'OTTON Spot.
In fair demand: Prices quiet: American
middling fair. 6..T7.1; goisl midi'llng. 4 il
loli'd Ing. 4 4od; low middling. 194d; good
ord'nary, 3.24.1; ordinary, 2 7Jd; sales. 3.00J
The cotton market closed steady net
1 point higher on December, hut generally
unchanged to 2 points lower.
Dry Uoodi Market.
NKW YORK, Dec. 2.-DRY OOor.fi
Cotton goods Qoet Yarn dull. Worsted
yarns very firm. Orders for 2.OU0.0U yards
of overcoating and suiting for army use
abroad havu been placed with domestl
mills during the lost three days. Wool
ry-product advanced sharply.
Raak 4 Irarlsti,
OMAHA, Dec. .-Hank clearings for
Omaha UsJay were 14,111.713.31 and for
the corresponding day last year, 13.734,-la67.
M u eTltu
"0 7 Ill lot
W . M0 M
7S 1 1M I 71
STOCK KUK AND FKEDKRS.
., 7 4 4 v.... Ill 7.
I am t m m itt
R. Kruger Nebraska.
14 feeder.. 969 6 75 1 slucker.. 640
14 stockers. I 75 2 heifers... 66$
1 cow 70 4 78
Robert Johnson Wyoming.
169 feeder. 946 7 26 13 cow loU)
23 cows KM 6 90 36 cows 1114
1 bull lfr 6 16 1 stag 9H0
17 steers ...lil 7 10
Wallls Live Block Co. Wyoming.
9 heifers... 1KB 66 II cows 1128 160
6 60 I cow lli 6 60
60 1 cows ll.MJ 15
t Logan Wyoming.
7 US ll oow KK6 90
60 cows 10t i 73
Ia vidaon Wyoming.
6 SO I bulls...
W. H. Conner Wyo.
12 feeder.. 90 7 So 7 feeder.
7 cow.... 1 I fc.
W. W. Ijuce Wyo.
19 feeder.. s'A T 60 t feeders.
4 heifer.. 10 S
cow 960 I 76
6 canner. fc44 4 5u
7 heifer... 9f7 t 10 1 bull...
90 steer. ...mm 7 10 It steer a
7 heller... tl stnexers. iv
39 steers.... 9u7 96
C. E. Cloon Neb.
T row 91 I 10 t row 1M0
I cow I'M 14 bull IM
I cow I (if. 3
11 cow ;o
40 steers... .1JI
It cows 1013
6 steers ...1171
11 heifers... 9
11 cow 100
i . 92
8 f )
- 4 7.-I
. 4 No
. 4 K6
l. Joseph Lire Mtack Market,
8T. JOSF.PH. Dee. 1 CATTLK Re
ceipt, l.M head; market, alow and weak:
steers. i7.0lKal0.fi0' rows and heifer. 14.60
150; calves. tri.4XsQ4.2Ti.
Itfitin rtecetpts, io.issj neaa; riaamv
16it"'e higher: iirospective top, 17 00.
SHEEP AND LA Mua lteceipts. z,uui
head; market slow; lamb, 80uiJ.7t. j
W Invlta your attention to
48,000 Acres Louisiana Lands
TUi Calcultu Trutst ft. Savloss. Pnk of Ik
Ctiarlrff. La., adn.taltrt.tur of Um ii of
prtvrli K. ng(in. flttox a. will im lcibtr
lih, ItfU. of for (or m tvi public u Uua to U
i and hictiM btddvr unWr twetv Booths
erdtt, lort7-tht thtMM&nd u;r of vlrgto pratrto
laad, located about an Biuea xmiib of ano
Cbarlaa lth a&ccUmit hlfhwayo Uavar-l&c aani.
abnut oti oiUaa trim a imtlraad anl about thro
BllH from tba pn-paoad ruuta of tb laterooaaLal.
aaaal, affordlDg both rail auid watar traueportfr
A vaadur lln will ba roaarrad hib tha prop
mrir for tha purrhaaa prlca. and iu additloa tha
purchaaar Hi ba rwqulrad to (Wo paraoaal aamu
Ity. A voadarful owwrtuallif fur Capital.
CAN BE USED FOR
STSiln nr tor (roela Orucsa. Ormve-Prvlt.
Uwjm Pkui, klos, Husar leu. Cut Log, Cora,
petatu or ux Uardsa Truck
rnnhsr tntorniatlsa star a bT aMrassiaf th
CiIcmni Tittt Stit Bask, Uk Ctulss, U.'
cr Cubit W Ksaii T sst C., JUsitaa, Vis.
7 Stock for Sale
An omaha eorporatioa In aetiv bual
nasa for twenty ara offer for aal
fifty shares guaranteed seven per ul
preferred stock redeemed from former
owner. No areola Will sell direct.
A 1T Car of Be.
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