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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1914)
r.nM a. r n i-iMx row BALK
JlO.MKfTEAD ViH'll FARM IN TIIK
1 ndT recent n t of rotmrrsa the bind In
the Ciark National 1'insl ran nmv l.f
h-mcsteaiod in tracts not excluding p'!
ores. Nik section ;f ! M., N. A. 1.
has brought tli.' section within the
reach of the market. No mnl'irta 1.1M
nnundanc of nt ri iik wnlcr. A rhanci- of a
1 1 IX I in. We help y u lociitc 1'nltr.l
states land of flip here ictii1 ;".( for
etnte map showing reserve mnl t klcts
A. srtiRS. LOCATING F.Xi JIN KKII,
t. A N. A COU CO.. Harrpmn. rk
GRAIN AND PROLUCE MARKET
rsn i white 3 car, fMe. No. 4 white: 2
,c- Nn grads: I pur. 46c: 2 euro.
NC. Kyr-.Vn. a: 2 car. t.Oft; No. 8: 1
Or. ftl.O.',1,. Vlllihln! 1 .-.a lonrn mloHl
Increased Outside Interest is Noted "onn.ha rh mce-wheat: No :
hard. 31 1!W1.:1: No. 2 hurt!. Si.lHi 1 3:
in the Wheat Pit.
PPCTION Klmhnll Co. Urns. !1n Paul.
S miles wmI of nty limits of Omnht;
land lays gently rolling: f.' acres airaU,
bout 3 acre pasture and about one ac-a
In (rrapes. balance In cultivation; now 4
room house and other good Improi a
ments. Price, V-T per aire.
C. R. COM IIS.
FOR SALE Htat iMif bodv hlgh-grad
medium-priced lnnd in Nebraska; very
little money requlied. c. Bradlev. Wol
bach. Neb. D
MU. I-AND ni'VKIt, HtJKK IS A SCHB
BARGAIN. .11 JMI.KS 1'RoM
110 acres In Cass county, Neb.; 60 acres
fine plow land. 60 ncros rolllnr pasture,
Kmnll Improvements. 2-ncre orchard, 2
Jnlles from Koiith IScnd. Owner nc,,,la
money: will sacrifice for J.:,900
cash. S2.60O mortnaur, running lor 4 yenrs.
at 6 per cent (lood man will make the
9and worth SUM per acre In two yearn.
J. B. Rop.lNst 'N,
Phone. Douglas K.1. 41." r.ee Bldg
8,000 ACRES, large and small tracts; ab-
tore, oil, coal Ian J: $5 to $J. per acre.
Writ J. K. Cavanagh. M.'Aleatrr. Okl.
Bl Uaiiy and general crop state In th
union; settler wanted; lands for sale at
low prk.es, on easy terms. Ask for book
let 84 on Wisconsin Central Land Grant.
8tt acres wanted. Write about our
(rasing lands. If interested In fruit lands,
uk for booklet on Apple Orchards la
Wisconsin. Address Land Dept. So
Llna Ky., Minneapolis. Minn.
REAL. KSTATE FOIl EXCHANGR
An elegant ranching proposition; 3.715
acres, one mile water front on Dlidwood
i reek, 16 miles north of Sutherland, Lln
tc.ln county, Nebraska.
An fcoO-arre Improved ranrh, 12 mllea
Fouth of Bassctt, in Kock county, Ne
braska, Two sections of choice wheat land near
One section In McKenzle county, North
HEN OV1.1ACK, Sioux Falls. S. 1).
A DIRECTOR. In one of the most con
servatively financed corporations In the
west wishes to retire and will exchange
his atock, which will pay strong divi
dends, for clear western or northern
lands or rental property. Give legal
numbers and price In first letter. Ad
dress Owner, Koom IS, Sanford Hotel
Plock, Omaha, Neb.
FRONTIER CO. BARGAIN.
Highly Improved farm of i5o acres.
Land all lays fine and Is excellent soil.
Will exchange for good Omaha residence,
C. R. COMBS.
815 Brandoia Theater, Omaha, Neb.
REAL ESTATE LOAXB
CITT and farm loans, i. bVfc. i per cent.
J. H. Pumont A Co..lfr)a Farnam, Omaha.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Bmith 6c Co.. liCu l-arnam.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O K.EEFE RKAL. ESTATE CO..
1018 Omaha Natl. Douglas J71i
100 to SiO.OUO made promptly. F. I). Wead,
Wead Bldg., Itsth and farnam Sts.
GAKV1N BKOS 1"
' O ail-312 Hrunnolu Thoot.r P.ir1a
CITT property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas, tat State Bank Bldg.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W; Binder, City Natl. Bank Hlrig.
GEE us first If you want a farm loan.
United State Trust Co.. Oraaba. Neb,
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
We have the best thing you ever saw
in a lb-acre tract of land, with a lease
hold privilege of about four more, mak
ing In all about l1") ucres. juod 4-room
house, fulr outbuildings. There are about
lour acres in orcnard and vineyard in
lull hearing. Thia property is only three
lourtha of a mile from city limits of
South Omaha, and In Sarpy county,
whero taxes uro low. The land lays
practically level and a very homelike
place. Tnls will surely please anyone
looking for a suburban home, as well as
a money maker. Would consider a resi
dence up to 23,000 as part payment.
O 'Neil's E. E. and Ins. Agoy.
Ij06 Farnam St. Tel. Tyler 1QM.
PAPER FOR T11K IT BLlf, PRINTING
SEAX.ED PROPOSALS will he received
until 10 o'clock a. in.. January S 111."), at
the room of the Joint Commltteo on
Printing, in the Capitol. Washington, D.
C, for furnishing the paper for the pul
11c printing and binding trom the 1st day
ot March, K15, to the lath day of Febru
ary, la 1 6. The proiHjaals will bo opened
before and tbo awards of contracts made
by the Joint Committee on Printing to
the lowest and best bidders for the in
terests of the Government whose bids
are In conformity with tho requirements
f the proioalH. The committee reseres
the right to reject any or all bids or to
accept any bid or any part and reject
the other part. If, in Us opinion, such
action would bo In the Interest uf the
Blank proposals containing the Instruc
tions, schedule, and speci!ica(inns, ac
companied by standard samples, may be
obtained by addressing Cornelius Ford.
Publlo Printer. Washington, D. t.
Contracts will be entered Into for sup
plying the quantities required, whether
mnre or less than the cHtijimtca.
The approximate estimated quantities
set forth in detail In the schedule com- '
X10.000 pounds news-print paMr: i;,n:'.."i.
ftC.OOU pounds machliie-i inl."h printing pa
per; 4A.01M pounds antique machin.-lininh
iprlnting paper; &40.K0 jiouuda wove ma-chtne-finltth
printing pai'tr; l.Wi.uml .
pounds iized and suixrculcndcred rint-
4ng paer: IIJO.Ooo pounds coated hook pa-
'per; 23.000 pounds tablet wrilin palxr;
pounds while French filio paper;
fiTO.000 pounds writing paper, machine-1
dried: w'.ait.un) pounda writing psixjr. air
or loft dried; f,ti0o pounds tine while
writing paper, lofl dried; l:.: l
pounds safety writing paper; 130, -"0
intunds map pap-r; 7', t pnunj
bond paper; l,wu ik.iiikIs onionskin I
paer; i,MU pounds purchnicnt deed.
116. OiO pounds second-class ledger pax-i :
n.'."..! pounds first-class ledncr paper: ,V)i
pounds rv.ilroad inanila paper, riile.l. 2,nn j
Pounds tissue paper; J.0i pounds ci"nm
and white stereo tissue paper; ,'."i.n
pounds cover paper: 7r.,0i pounds lunul a !
f"ii. Hunus nil I wrapping pa
per: 'SD.fi pounda manila tympau paper;
i:io,O0O pounds manila board; ZZ,MH pounds
cardboard; 7ti0.0mi pounds brlstol board;
".'..OoO pounds index brlstol board; 1 am)
pounda white para fine paper; ISO
pounda noncurling gumiucd paper; l'.'.in
P'.unds blotting paper; ll.Cio pounds
stereotype molding paper; Uo.miO pounds
monotype keyboard and castlnu-ma hlne
paper: 11.000 pounds orfset palier: i .0JO
pounds plats wiping pais-r for embossing
preaaes; ft.OuO pounds lining and stripping
Paper: ISO reams marble, comb, and lin
ing paper: 300 reams carbon paper,
coated one and two a dea; 2,000 pounds
red pressboard: 1.0 sheets parchment,
l.'.xil inches; 1.000 pounds news board
lUvOOO pounds Mrs w board: Ktt.000 pound
nip noarn; ihu.um pounda box board,
lined: b3ii.uui pounds binder's board; COjO
pounds trunk board.
In cases where more than 1.000 reams
fie called for proposal will be received
f r l.Ouo reams or mor.
By direction of the Joint Committee on
WASHINGTON, D. C, December l,
CORN HAS EXCELLENT TONE
Irllotr ereal Is Polatlasi Vpward
o lltaher I'rlees, nltk Domestic
llernaad Fair Oats Are.
Also Looking; l a.
OMAHA. Dec. 2S, 1914.
i nere is more outside business la wheat
,ur several Weeks. The outsider fa
ois a bull market. The spot offerings
OI Wheat rniltinn mull K. ,.l.,u,.
ances from the seaboard from week to
... .j . ""ailer than they otherwise
under more favorable condl
iii-iis More spot wheat Is wanted, and
no. .in.. nm tonnage would Improve the ait
nation greatly. There are many millions
".""""i" ot wncat sold to go abroad
in cannot i.e moved because of the lack
or vessels. Tonnage, la said to be quite
scarce in Argentina,' but with ample vea
io ilhl. n,ovcment out of that country
"in m iieavy ior a time.
Corn has inn -r. ..r.ii -4
conditions point to h.gher prices along
the whole line In tho event of good buv
Ing by foreiKners. The export trade
shows signs of Improving and It is gen
erslly believed that In case the Argentina
fdilpmcnts are held down to present levels
rore.Kners will be obliged to come to the
niieq Btatea lor a good part or their
supplies. The domestic demand for corn
Is fair. The war situation unnlte in a
measure to corn owing to the general In
fluence of that factor. The country is
ki u.iini.-iy peing separated from Its corn
The outside trade In oats has been
iari;er and the export business has In
r reason somewhat. Speculation is ex-
i' '"I iu improve alter me first or
January, as a good part of the cash
oais Dougnt to go abroad has been moved
out ard exporters are again expected
iu enirr mo market on a large acsle.
Conditions surrounding the provision
market Hre somewhat better The finan
cial situation in the south Is better and
mat section Is expected to again become
iioerai nuyers. Foreigners have boucht
lard more freely, but their purchases of
.... . o.i.inup on a Hunt scale.
purum wheat was 4c higher.
Hard winter wheat was vlc higher.
t.orn was tifrlc higher.
Outs were unchanged to c higher.
Jlverpool closed; Wheat, not quoted
corn, 'id hlRher.
N heat. Corn.
The foltowina raan nalns m..r rtA
today: Wheat-No. 2 hard winter: 5 cars,
S1.Jj4: 1 car, $1.20. No. 3 hard winter: 8
rars (turkey), il.i0H; S cars. $1.2o; H car,
1.1. No. 4 hard winter: 1 car. 11.18; 1 car.
!! !'! J l'ar- ' -17- No. 3 mixed. 1 car.
Sl.UVh. No. 2 mixed durum: 1 car, $1 39.
No. 4 spring: 1 car. $1.17. No. 2 durum: 2
cars. $1.40. No. S durum: 1 car, $1.39 No
grade; l car (durum mixed. $1.14. Corn
No. 2 white: 5 cars Sic; No. 8 white: 1
car, c; 6 curs. 64c. No. 8 yellow: I car,
fi"'4c; ltt cars, tKc. No. 3 yellow: 17 cars,
tiic. No. 5 ye'low: I car. 64'c. No. 6 yel
low. 1 os r, 64Hc. No. 2 mixed: 1 car, 64ic:
7 cars, B4sc; li cars. 4Uc. No. 8 mixed: IS
cars. 64c; 3 rars, 63V. No. 4 mixed: 1
car, P4c. No. fi mixed: 1 ear, 64'c; 1 car.
KINr. No. mixed: 1 car, 83Hc: 1 car (near
white). 64V4C. Sample: 1 car, 64Hc. Oats
AIU4TRACTH OF TITLJB.
Rt.lCD Abstraot Co., olaest abstract of
flee in Nebraska. SO P "ndets Theater.
KEKK Title Uuarunlee and A b a tract Co
a modern abstract olfice. M aV lHh ttt
Phone Douglas Us7.
REAL ESTATE WEST HIDE
I Am Forced to Sell
a new five-room, all modern
house recently purchased by
me. This house Is located In the
West Farnam district, one block
from Leavenworth car and four
biocks from Farnam. Oak
finish downstairs, white enamel
bath, sleeping porch, beautiful
lawn. You can buy this bouse
at a big sacrifice.
Address. M 213 Bee, : after
p. in. phone Webcer U4S.
stock mold Kits m keting.
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of The Bank
ers Reserve Life Company of Omaha,
Nebraska, will be held at Us home office
In the Cltv National bank building In
said city at 2 o'clock p. m. on Wednesday
January 20, 115, for the election of di
rectors and Uie transaction of such other
business as may properly come before it.
R. C. WAGNER,
Di:-r!.a J.-.-12 Secretary.
The Annual Meeting of the Stockhold
ers of the HASTINGS AND NORTH
WESTERN RAILROAD COMPANY, for
the election of seven Directors, and the
transaction of such other business as may
come before the meeting, will be held at
the office of A. L. Mohler. corner of ICth
and Dode Streets. Omaha, Nebraska, on
Monday, the 4th day of January, A. D.
1W. at II o'clock A. M.
T. M. ORR.
NO. 4 barn. 111?, ill N'n 1 serin .hit.
1 li'h l.ldS; No. J spring, northern,
$1 lViil No durum. $1 3.o I 40 ;
No. 8 durum. $IV11.1. Corn: No 1
White, .ffftt.V,e No. 2 whit. 44ftc; No.
8 white, 4'-,iH.is" : No. 4 white. VifiVc;
No. 5 white, MWIV; No ti white, tWSfl
M,e; No. 1 yellow, ,VfrR.M,e; No 2 vel
low, 4fiS',r; No. 8 yellow. 4Vfi'; "No.
4 yellow, ViiUr: No. S vellow, 4ff
64Hc: No. yellow, MtrM'tc; Nl0. 1 mixed
K4V.t4Sc; No. 2 mixed, MffV ; No 8
mixed, Mi4.fiMV4e; No. ft mixed. v;Voi9c;
No. mixed, iSl4e. Oats: No. 2 white.
47Hf47Sc: slandsrd, 47i4v4Tltc: No. 3
white. 47f4Ti,e; No. 4 white, 4U4'rNc
Barley: Malting. MffTOr: No. 1 feed. W
Mi". Rye: No. 2. SlOCHm W; No. S, $1.0T
CHICAGO GRAIN AJtD TROTISIOXS
Swap if You
Had a Good
Since The Bee started tha
Swappers' Column, thousands
of people have used it with
considerable profit. It has
proven to be a most popular
Those who want to swap
that which they have for that
which they want will find
many ready offers through the
Bring: your ad to The Bee
office and we will put you in
touch with the right people
Cor a very few cents. Do it
aow while you are in the mood.
Telephone Tyler 1000
The Omaha Bee
Evryhod, Rtadt , Wan Ad
7 Stock for Sale
An omaha corporation In active fcuat
naae for twenty eaxe offara for sal
fifty shares guaranteed seven per oeul
preferred stock redeemed from forme
twuara. No ssenta Will sell dleot.
sV 17 Car ! In,
Feat a res of the Trading; and rioalnc
PHeea nn Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Dec. 3S.-Heavy proflt-tsk-Ing
by large holders. Including a widely
known "peculator, gave the wheat mar
ket today a sharp setback after a de
cided advance. The selling was Influ
eneed to some extent by fear that Argen
tine offerings would cut considerable
figure In the near future. The market
rlosed unsettled at a decline of iv,e to
lVfiTtn net. Com finished l'ufll-Vc to
IVj off, oats down V40 to VoSc and pro
visions unchanged to a drop of 2V.
Wheat quotations did not begin to fall
In earnest until announcement was made
that the Argentine exportable surplus
was now estimated at in0,o,),X bushels,
a total much greater than the trade had
any previous reason to look for. More
over, the quality of the Argentine crop
was said to be exceptionally good. Sales
here that ensued amounted to millions
of bushels, and led to the most violent
bearish reaction that has taken place In
weeks. The downward sweep of prices
was all the more sensational on account
of an earlier advance to within half a
cent of the higheat level since the begin
ning of the European war.
I nusual buying force at the outset in
the wheat market was In a measure due
to reports of anxiety In Great Britain
over prospective delays in the forwarding
of January and February shipments
from Argentina. ,
r.nlarged stocks here and at other
centers had a good deal to do with pull
ing the prtoe of corn down. The early
bulge In the wheat market had only a
Bllxht effect on corn.
Oats followed the course of other grain,
hardening at first and then undergoing
a sag. Shipping sales were largo, In
cluding 1,350,000 bushels for export.
I'sjckers and other stock yard Inter
ests sold provisions freely. In conse
quence, all gains resulting from higher
prices for hogs were completely w Ipcd
Grain prices furnished by Iogan A
Bryan, office SIS Houth Sixteenth street.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Large Increase in Cattle Receipts
Over a Week Ago.
HOGS MOSTLY TEN CENTS UP
Fet gbee.p and I.aaaha Very Act We
fellera at Prices Pnllr Streaa
te Tew to Firteea Coats
SOUTH OMAHA. Dec IS, 1914.
Recelps were: Cattle. Hogs, eheep
".-main .-Monday 7 ( 4 "0
,-yime day last week... 2.042
Same day t wks ao... .C1T
Kame day 8 wks ago... 6 410
Same day 4 w ks ato... .0!t
fame day last vaar.... &.o
me roiiowlt g table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the Bouth
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date, as compared with last year;
,,, M14. IMS, Dee,
',0" 2.::'h.i;ii 2.fd4,iv9 ?Mn
""P S,lKt,4;'2 S.l!.n9 im.277
The following table shows the average
price for hogs at tho South Omnha live
stock market for the last few days, with
late. 1 )il4. 1
, . , . - . . .
j-rc. iv w I Mi I Ml I
1 ' ilA ! I'T T 4s 7 SI 6 S7
Dec. I. SL 7 W1 7 INI I Wi
18- 7 7S 7 W
p. 14. 1 MS 1 U I U
1'ec. J6.1 (H 7 4f,
Dec. K 7 071, 7 421 7 0
Deo. J7. 7 00 as i in
ee. 7 (Tu
1 III 1 K Ol
I ec. 2f.
T 471 7 03' ft SOI
I 4.1 . Oh ft W 7
7 Ml 8 3-il ft M
I 8 W S 41
7 b.n 1 u ;u
s 77' I t 881 ft 74
S i& 7 441 ft M
( 0UI 7 M S 09 ft
( 001 7 Ml S 14 ft 30
7 SU k & b 34
1 n si
"I II I ST O jwai -
I 7 40 7 0 6 0l 7 4H 8 Id
I MSI I 7 13: 061 7 5i S e
1 Mi 7 M 6 IK! T S 8 (IN
I im I 1 II II 1 m
Hit 7 49 1 IS, I 7 7
7 08 7 Mi 7 ll 0 7 56 it W 6 M
Ul ? 19 til I 7 t-l 111 ft II
I C4l 7 Ml 7 231 0T 7 73! ft 0
I 7 hS 7 ltl b Hi I ',Ui ft l
.! 7 14S 7 07 ft W 7 TOU in
Artlclsl Close. I High. Dow. I Close. I Hat'y.
1 'i 1 iWi
1 fflH .1 iMii
Dec.. 1 28
May. 1 3031
Dec. I (TP4
Dec. I 49
Jan.. I 18 70 IS 77'i 18 18 2'x 18 H
Mav.119 46-401 19 4u 1 19 2u 19 20 I 19 2-'W
Lrd I I .1 ... I
Jan.. 10 50 I 10 50 10 42HI 10 43Vi; 10 424
May.ilO 75-72! 10 76 10 i I 10 60 I 10 7'
Ribs . . I I I ..
Jan.. 10 as-ao 10 so 110 20-211 10 so-:) 10 zi
May.l0 6-45l'i 10 7i In f .J4j 10 ) 10 so
Chlcano Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red.
H.2Khl.29; No. 2 hard, 81.2KHfTl.29'..
Corn: No. 2 yellow, ViiWv ; No. 8
yellow, SiYcefiHo. Oats: No. 3 white, 4Sif
81. li. Barley: '1'r74c. Timothy: 'ss.Bofl7.Oo.'
Clover: 3l2.6om'iaoo. Fork: iii.uu. ltlbs:
BUTTER Higher; creameries. 24W14o.
KGtlS Ijwer; receipts, 3.0K8 cases: at
mark, cases Included, ZMv'iSc; ordinary
firsts. S0fi-3!"ie; rirsts, iwnasHc.
POTATOES Steady; receipts, 22 cars;
Michigan and Wiaconsln red. .ttMlc;
Michigan and Wisconsin white, 3V(j45c.
POULTRY Alive unsettled: splines.
11 He; fowls, He; turkeys, 14c.
1Y8SW YORK GEIVEKUl, MARKET
Qaotatlone of tae Day oa Varloaa
NKW YORK, Dec. . FL.OUR Steady.
WHFAT Spot, weak; No. S red. 81.34:
No. S hard. SI MM, all rail. c. I. f track.
export; No. 1 northern, Duluth, S1.2SV;
No. 1 northern, Manitoba, S130H. c. I. f.,
Buffalo. Futures, weak; December, S1.34H;
CORN pot, easy; .-so. 3 yellow, 77c,
c. I. f., to arrive; Argentine. 73c. nom
OATS Spot, steady; standard. WrWWHc;
No. 8 white, 64H$bdc; fancy clipped white,
HAV Firm; prime. 11.15; No. 1. 31.10;
Nft. 2. 81.00; No. S. 96c; shipping, 75'Akfto.
HOPS 'Steady; state, common to choice,
1914, 17cit28c; Paclflo coast. 1911. lOKlfto;
HIDKS Steady 1 BogoU. 31 32c: Central
IjEATHBR Firm; hemlock f rsts. 31
Sic: seconda, 3031 c.
PROVI8IONS Pork. steadv: mesa.
819.6020.60; family, $22.(Kij2r..Oil; short
clear. S:'l.G0i?24.O0. Beef, quiet. Mess,
S2UW2S.00: family. 84 00W26.00. Lsird.
steady; mlddlewest, S10 .SuoriO. 70.
T A L.UOVV Steady; city. c: country.
eVioi&sVt special, tc.
WOOL- Steady: domestic fleece. XX
BUTTER Firm: receipts. 11.618 tuba for
three days: creamery extras .92 srorinsi
3fi'sc; creamery (higher scoring), 3i?i:wc;
creamery firsts, 3Ka34Hc; seconds, A3oc;
process extras. SMrMVic! ladles, cuirent
make, nrsta, zJVW-c; seconds, UK; pack
ing stock, current make No. 2, 21Wi2U:
CHBKMi hteady: receipts. 1.874 boxes:
state whole milk, held, specials. l&tfl.lc:
slate average fancy, ..ViftlMtx; state
fresh specials. 15r; stste average fancy,
14Vtft14Sc: skims. 3VW'l34ii.
KOO8 Firm; receipts. 18.B10 cases: fresh
gathered. 'extra fine. 39T(i40c; extra firsts,
3Hc; firsts, 37c; seconds, ZVoMc; ttte.
Pennsylvania and nearby hennery wnates,
fine to fancy, 47fl9c; gathered whites, 35
4i47c; hennery browns, 41fe42c; gathered
browns and mixed colors, J7i940c.
IOl.'DTRV Dressed, firmer; western
roasting chickens, 14fl8c; fresh fowls,
12V&l7o; turkeys, 12jro. Uve, firmer;
western chickens, 13c; fowls, I3Vttl4Sc;
1 1 1
Ksaisi City Grain aad Previsions.
KANSAS CITY. Dee. 28. WHKAT-No.
2 hard, II flVfil 22; No. S red. 81. II; May,
tl ZlH'Tl 21H; July, 8U34.
COItN-Nn. S mixed, W( e; No. 2
white n;(kHc; May, 7'.'V'c, Je July,
OATS-No. 2 white, 49862c; Tto. 2 mixed.
HI'TTKR Creamery. 31c; firsts, 2c;
seconds, 3Ac; packing, 3(Uc.
KtHlS-First, 31c; seconds. 22c.
POl'l.TRY liens, Hc; roosters. 8V4c;
Mlnneapolla nrala Market.
MINNHAPOL.IS, Minn.. Dec. 28
WHK AT December. I1.21H: May, 124i;
No. 1 bard, SI No. 1 northern. t.XlK
i;: No. 3 northern. 8U8ttl.23V
FLOCR Advanced; fancy patents, $6.40;
first clesrs. SS.S0: second clears, S4.2"i.
CORN No. 3 yellow. 3'fl4v.
OAT8-N0. 8 white, 47tft-47Hc. .
Liverpool Crala Market.
I.IVFRPX)U Dec. 2. WHEAT Snot
firm: No. 1 Manitoba. 10a 84d; No. S, 10
d; No. 8. 10s 4.1; No. hard winter. 10s
d. Futures nominal.
CORN Spot nominal; futures quiet;
January, 6s 3'4d; February, 4d.
FDOCR Winter patents. 8ks.
HOPS In London ( Pacific coast). 1
. . :
I. toais uraia Market.
ST. lriS, Deo. 28 WHEAT No. S
red. l.afl.ia; No. 3 hard, 81 aSWtjl.ao;
December. SI 234; May. SLM4J1 3b-.
CORN No. hard. CTc; No. 2 whit,
68Hc; December. 6c; May. T34e.
OATS No. 8, H: No. S white, 61c.
Dry Ueods Market.
NEW YORK. Iec. 28.-DRY GOOEW
Raw silk advanoad from 7Vfco to 10; per
pound. Notice waa renewed from Una--land
that fine men's wear for fall would
be offered at id per yard lower than
last aeaaon. Cot Ion goods and yarns were
quiet and steady.
Read the "For Sale" ada If rail want
bargain ot tha minute.
Receipt and disposition of live stock
I the I lllon Ntnck V.r. iinmi, ........v..
.Neb.. tlr lw,niv.lm.. I. a.. .. Ji . ..
o clock p. ic, December V, 1914:
KtiJLll'Tn CA RS,
Cuttle lloiH rliect.ll scs
23 .1 L'l
19 19 2 I
II 7 3..
24 ft 3
' '0 4
27 4 ::
272 "2 '."M "1
attic. Hogs. Sheep.
607 l.al ll
652 !& 3,119
DM l.i.) .H.ivH,
471 1.M.2 I.uuo
1 .... . . . .
u2i .... 4I0!
C XI. .xt.
C. N. w east..
C er N. W.. wet..
C. S. P., M. 4 o.
C. B. A Q , east..
C., H. & west..
C It. I. & p., east
C. K. I A p., west
Chicago Ot. West..
Swift ft Co
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour & Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co...
!o. Omaha Pack. Co.
W. H. Vansant Co....
llenton, Vansant & U
II ill Ai Son
F. H. Lewis
J H. Root c Co
.1. II. Hulla
I. F. Huss
ftlcl'reurv k' llno.
Werthelmer t Degen.'
Mo. A Kan Cuir Cn
baker. Jones & Smith
Totals 6.920 9.8M 9.041
CATTL-K The day s tattle run waa tho
largest lor a Monday since two weeas
ago, and with that exception, the larg
est of any recent week, being larger than
a year ago by 2.MW head. Tbo arrivals
consisted largely of stock cattle and
feeders, with quite a llneral sprlnkllnt
of butcher cows and heifers and a very
moderate showing of beef steers. Ad
vices from other selling points were not
especially favorable and tnat, together
with liberal receipts, created a slow and
Beef steers were steady to 10c lower
than last week, while cows and heifers
ero generally all of lOtrlftc lower.
Htockers and feeders were aiso lOgluc
lower, and In some cases possibly as
much as ir2rs; lower when It came to
the less duairablo kinds.
Quotations on cattle: I'rime year, lugs,
3S.7iih9.75; good to choice cornfed beeves,
H.0(i'ii.7S; fair to good cornfed beoves,
i;.jiS.00; common to fair cornicd beeves,
6.li(7.&0; good to choice range beeves,
S7.7am.J5; fair to good range beeves,
it.7bW.7f; common to fair range beeves,
S.i.75ti4.76; good to choice belters. Stf.OOtt
7.26; good to choice cows, 8.7iti.90; fair
to good cows, J5.00tH5.75; common to lair
cows, 84.0O-ft6.00; good to choice Blockers
and feeders, S7..0'oS.l: fair to gooa
lockers and fcudois. 36.80ri7.60; common
to fair stockers und feeders, $5.7n2i7o;
stock heifers, f5.25ipA.2ft: stock cows. 4 7o
ft.76; stock calves. 86.0tyii8.00; veal calves,
87.00(9.00; bulls. sUgs, etc., S60jj7u.
No. At. 1'r. No. Ar. Tr.
4 7t i 76 li;i ie
II K'1 7 li 40 1J4T S 1ft
13 11W 7 ft II 1)1 ft l
STKIiRS AND HEIFERS.
3D 1444 8 M
trade was not large enoueh to make any
Important rhanse In quotations
After better than half of the hogs had
been sold, trade eased off s that the
greater number of Ihe less deslrab.e hcg,
as well as some of the good loads, sold
Iste at prices that aero no more than
Jckloo higher The market rlosed up
slow, and It waa rather late In the fore
noon before a clearance was finally
made. Taking the market all the wav
through prices can be quoted a gen
erally a dime hlshcr. The discrimination
against llsht stuff was especially notice.
sbln this morning, as there was no ship,
ping demand to speak of, and packers
ware even more particular this morning
lhan they were Inst week, when a fair
share of the offerinrs was being bought
by shippers and speculators.
Quotations on sheep and lamba: fmb.
good to choice. S&Soilfa. lambs, fair to
firfd, M.ouruX.; feeders, fair to good,
r.MV(l7.90; yearlings, good to choice, 86 HO
h7.3f; yearlings, fair to good. ft &MJA.90;
yearlings, feeders. Sfi 7Mm 2ft; wether,
good to choice, ft" l.yirs Ml; wrthera, fair to
good, $6 0Hi4.3f,; wethers, feeders S4.40DP
5.01); ewes, good to choice, 85.40170. ewes,
fair to gooj, S6.1HiS.t0; tutu, feeder. S4.2"
Pulk of all the sales was made at
S7.10tr7.3f. with tops at 7.l,.. I'urrant
prices are tho highest for tha month to
No. Wt, Tr.
129 Utah lambs 71 8 W
271 Utah lambs 70 8 60
NEW YORK J5T0CK MARKET
Recovers Much of Ground Lost Last
47 fed ewes 80
20(1 fed ewes ll
317 fed ewes 108
ftt fed ewe .1
61 fed lamb 85
197 fed lambs
1k9 fed ewes 99
liii fed t'wsa
I7K fed ewe HH
175 fed ewes 112
144 fed ewes 113
:. fed ewe Ill
IK fed lambs
147 fed lamba M
169 fed lambs 8
Trad In a oa Larger goal Than at
Alasoat Aay Tine glnee. Re
saasptlna of Open
NEW YORK. Dec. .-The sto k mar
ket today recovered much of the ground
lost In last week 'a declining movement,
improvement began at the outset and
was maintained to the very end. at which
time the day's prices were recorded.
Trading was on a larger scale than at
almost any time alnr the resumption of
open dealing, with activity most pro
nounced In the International group. Net
gains averaged slmost two points, with
sharp recoveries from their minimum by
such Important shares as United States
Steel and Southern Pacific.
The rise extended to a number of spe
cialties Including equipment stocks and
Bethlehem Steel, the latter not only re
gaining all Its recent loss, but mounting
to It 4 beet price of the present move
ment. A few of the less active stocks,
including Chicago A Northwestern and
t.heaapeake A Ohio foil ax.hu.K...
"V Much of todav'a hllvlns m Im i..
riltCAtiO 1,1 VK STOCK NARKKT
Cattle Firm Ilea I asettled
CHICAOO, Dec. 2$. CATTLE Receipts,
19,000 head; choice, firm, others weak;
native steers, S5.HOV10.2H; western, 85.16&
00; cows and heifers, S3.i5ftf!.29; calves.
IK Hi Receipts, 32,000 head', market un
settled; bulk of sales, S7.1Mj7.S5;, llaht.
6.3P7.3ri; mixed. S7W7.40; heavv, S6.9.'4i'
7.3ft; rouah. 86 9MI7.10: pigs. S&.75i7.30.
SH REP AND LAMllS-Recelpts, lft.OiiO
head; market strong; sheep, ftft SMi.W;
yearlings. K1XK.7.H5; lambs. Si.0Wl9.00.
7 IW to
. 1470 t 40
)t entirely out of (Jin game, the local
irket ora'ned out with the better
I M ltd 4 M 6
1 s M IS t 12.15 ft SO
7 M III 3 10M 8 It
3 1IM1 4 U) pr. i I,
i SMI 4 4S 7 1)l ft "4
I W0 4 00 ( ici 4.1
! 1144 ft 14 3 W.6 V
7 1010 ft 40
8 t'S ft 75
7S9 ft ft 1
664 6 1ft
1 110 t M 1
1 17U0 4 0 1
14 890 ft M 1
STOCK EKH AND FHEDEH.-4.
8 4J W ft T1 t to
3 HI IW 97 474 7 10
9. 413 U 34 till T II
IM J 1 1143 7 14
2 ISO 4 75
HuOH Receipts were moderate, some,
thing like sixty-six cars, or 4.400 head
being reported in. ' Thia la less than half
the also of last Monday' supply, and is
aiitchtly ainallcr than a year ago.
Prices In Chicago were shandy higher
this morning, and In spite of the (act
that shipper and speculators were al
grades of butchers and heavies selling at
prices tnat were nwrirvc higher.
No. Ar. Hk. I'r. No. Av. Bh.
4i 44 lo 7 09 M 107 ...
M 1H ... T 71 MS ... 7 ITU
74. IN ft ! ... t
U I7 ... 7 04 44 Jl ... t
91 171 ... 11 4 i J t Ui
M Ill W lit 4 3tb ... 7 2
M 37 4S 1 li'i m ... J K
177 ... f II ftl JUt ... 1 li
HHEEP-Ai compared with a week ago
and two weeks ago a pretty good run put
In appearance this morning, there being,
all told. 8.3U0 heud of sheep and lamb
reported In On the corresponding Mon
day a year ago the run amounted to
12.697 head. Today's receipts were about
equally divided aa to eye and lamba, and
Willi do strictly good lamb ut bandy
weight were on hand, tha quality of tli
w was good, there being aome here aa
good ss has been seen In some time.
The opening of the market indicated a
better feeling, and thia waa helped along
by th report of light receipts at other
Kints anJ a atronger tendency to prices,
cally. fat ewe, though In liberal sup
ply, were the first to sell, with the bulk
of offerings moving around 35.5iaU6.70, the
latter figure being top for the day, hav
ing been paid for fed westerns. The gn
eial market on owes waa strong to ltttrlftc
higher, with everything at all desirable
It waa a little hard In getting action
on lamb during tii earlg hour, due
largely to th fact that no good iamb
of handywelght were available. While
most of the lamb showed pretty good
flesh, they were a little too heavy to
suit packets. Consequently trade waa In
clined to be alow, though in the end,
quality considered, lamb showed about
a much Improvement a . Mct of
th sales were made at SS.303.fta. If
strictly good offering had been here
tboy Plight tiav sold to SS.tw. Th feeder
Kansas City l.lve stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Dee. 28.-OATTDK
Receipts, .1.500 head; market steady to
weak; prima fed steers. .Ktt 10.25;
dressed beef steers, 87.36tl9.00: western
steers 7.iKVrf9.00; slorkers and feeders.
6.008.00; bulls, li.tiKijViO. valves, JloOw
HOGS-Receipt. 6.100 head; market
higher: hulk. 37.107.40; heavy, 17. 30-07.40;
packer and butchers. S7.25Jt7.40; light,
87.1017.80: pigs. S&tHj.ri.
HIIBKP AND IAAMHS-Recelpts. 4.210
head: market higher; lambs, S9.oofM.73;
yearlings S 75437.65; wethers, 85.SOfc.50;
St. I.onls 1.1 re Mtork Market.
ST. T,Ot-IM, Pec. 28. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 7.100 head; market steady; native
beef steers, 87. 50ni 10.00; cows and heifers,
S.'i.oni9.i!5; southern steers. S5.T67.7&; cows
and heifers, 4.00'(foo; native calves. t60)
IHK1S Receipts, 13.800 hesd; market
higher; plga and lights, SH.an-d7.35; mixed
and butchers. 37.iye7.40; good heavy. J7.25
MHEEP AND LA M BS Receipts, 1.200
head: market 25c higher; native muttons,
14. 50-115.50; lambs, ls.iMrS.T5; yearlings, 85.50
enori inieresi. mat faction having evi
dently oversold the list last week, but ac
cording to report the rise was aocelerated
by Investment buying from out of town.
The rise In fteel and Amalgamated cop
!', directly traceable to specialist
In those Issues.
Heaviness of Northwestern was asso.
elated with the road statement for
November. which showed a net loss
lightly In excess of ftouo.Oui). while the
Hnuthern Railway suffered to a similar
xtent for th same period. The Atchison
system, however, despite a heavy Increase
In operating expenses, made a net gain
of 8173,000 for that month.
Foreign exchange declined to the bot
tom price of the rear, cable and sight
drarts on Ixindon being quoted as low
a 4fft and 4 85, respectively. In ordi
nary times these rates would be near the
gold Import stage, but no such movement
Is probable under existing circumstance
Time money also touched the minimum
figure since January lsst, loans from
ninety daya to six months being made
at n per cent. Incidentally mercantile
paper of the better quality, wa easier.
Honda were equslly firm with tha atock
list, some of the Investment Isaues show
ing marked gains. Total sales par value
were Sl.33O.00U Cnlted States government
bonds were unchanaed on call.
Number of sale and leading quotations
on atoeka were:
l.lve Stock Market
la.. lec. 28. CA TTI,E
Receipts, 3,000 head: market 10615c
higher: native steers, S.0onis.50; hiltchers,
35.2506.75; cows and heifers, S4.75tf3.C0;
canners, S3.75tiA.CO: stockers and feeders,
35.0114,7.00: calves. 84.600 8.60; bulls, stags,
HOOS Receipts. 2.0(0 head: market 10c
higher: heavy, S7.O507.1O; mixed, 37.0043
7.05; light, 36.90tf7.l; bulk Of sales, Si.tU
MHKKP AND LA XI B8 Receipts. 1,501
head: miurket 10c higher; ewes, S4.004.45
St. Joseph l.lve Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Dec. ?. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 8,209 head: market lower; steers,
S7.0fXii9.7ft: rows and heifers, 84 25(i.0O;
HOUft Receipts, 4,500 bend- market
higher; top, 87.35; bulk of sales, 17. liny 7. .H.
SHEEP AND LAMBH-Reoeliits. 1,700
head: market steady; lambs, H,00i6.65
NEW YORK. Dec. 2K METALS Trd,
quiet at S1.i54SS.HR: Ixindon, (19. Kpolttr,
quiet, at Sft.5Mj6.6fi; London, 1M 12 d.
ST. IAJU18, Mo., 1 tec. 2ft. METALS
Lead, firm at 83.6033.624; spelter, nomi
nal at S5.5Wirt.ii5.
Tin firm at 833 50 34.25. Copper dull;
electrolydlc, 12.7i 13.37 ; castings, S12.75(ir
13.12. Iron quiet; No. 1 northern, Si4.5-,
15.00; No. 2 northern, S14.75: No. 1 south
ern. 814.2614.7R: No. 2, 81 l ?fif 14.78.
At London Spot copper 56 12s 6d;
futures, a 57. Kpot tin, 148 loo; futures,
145 15. Lead, 19.
Amltna4i corper ...
Airerlosn Bset 8ur. ...
Amsrtrsa a. a n.
Amerlioa . R. prd...
Am PXisar Refining
Anrln T T
Riilllmnrs .. Ohio
Srooslva Haet6 Tranrtl.
(Vilirotnla )'Mrnlun ,,,
nhlesno. nraat Western..
Chiracs. Mil. a St. P .
chluga am Nnnhweatvr.
VIrlo rust Iron..
Oilnrarto a Houthern
Kanvor A lllo Oranda...
nnr R. O. prd
Maimers' Prcurltla ....
l Or.at N'nnhera ntd
orsat No. Ors ets
1 1 II 00 la Castral
Inlf rhorouth-Mal. put ...
Kanraa Cliy Bouthera....
Ijrulavllls a NcahTllla..
Mo., Kansas a Taias ...
N York fantraJ
N. T.. N. H. II
Norteik a Wastsra
Nortihrn Ha. ino
Parlho Tal. a Tal.
Pullman Palaea dr....
4v Cam, tkaipar
Itepublln Iron Htoal
'Reck Island Co
Hark laland Co. ptd ...
M. I a H. V. M ftt.
HM-.lliarn Rallwar ....
Taxa i 001 pan y
1 nlnn I'srUlo nfii
1'Dlta4 RUiiaa KimI ,.
V. . Siael phi
, 0(faiii6. . Dir.
4isi 111 ins
1. ftl HI
to City of Sheridan
SHERIDAN, Wyo.. Dec. 28. (Special )
The best Christmas present th city of
Sheridan ever received cam' from th
Burlington Hallway company In the
shape of a reduction of GO per cent In
the freight rale n moving sugar factory
maohlnery from Monte Vlrta, Colo., to
When the deal was about complete for
tho removal of the factory from Colorado
to this city the Burlington was approached
for rales between that place and this
city. The first figures submitted by the
company were between 840,000 and 343.000
for merely hauling tha machinery. Tha ,
amount appeared very large to the Com
mercial club of f-herldan and that organ
ization In connection with the Fan Luis'
Valley Beet Hugar company, too up
with the officials of tha railroad, com-.
pany the matter of a reduction.' As a
result th news ram on Christmas that.
4?ut of 60 per cent had ben made,
which will bring th cost of transporting
th machinery to this place to a tittle
Consequently, all Sheridan and Fhcr
Idsn county are exceedingly Jubilant
Hofh have worked hard for months to
secure the remov."; of the hg plant to,
this elty. The cultivation of about s.ias.i
acres In sugar beets has been asftUreM
and th city will donate a site for' the
factory, th coming of which Is now a
Ml ' (A.
WASHINGTON. Dee. 28. -Practically
all democrat lo senators In the city and
many representatives called an the presi
dent to congratulate him on this, his
fifty-eighth birthday anniversary. Th
president told his callers that he had
never felt better.
Th president's cabinet arranged to call
on him In a body at S o'clock this even
Ing to pay their respects snd congratu
late Mm. Other government officials left
cards or sent letters of congratulation
during tha day.
In continuation of his plans to got ss
much rest aa possible during th holidays.
President Wilson contemplates . seeing
few caller during the week. His plans
call for a conference with Representative
Underwood of Alabama, the majority
leader In the house, on the admlnlstrs
tion legislative program, and reception to
a delegation of Sunday school pupils from
Stranded Americans .
Still Seek Relief
1AJNDON, Dec. 2S.-The American re
lief committee today renewed the lease
for It present office for a period of six
months. The demand on. the committee
continue to be heavy and It still has so
much to do that It la not possible to
movo 119 (.ffleea to the American em
j The aveiage number of Americans al
I aisled by tiie commission weekly Is now
I shout twenty-five. These reached t,on
j don chiefly from the continent. Further
more, unsettled shipping conditions leave
many American seamen stranded In Eng
land, and the commute- ornces are
crowded every day with Americans seek
Of the 3300,000 appropriated by the
1 Fulled Stales some months ago to assist
. Americans stranded in Europe on account
'of tha war there remains tcliy about
Kvaporated Apple aad Dried Frail
IV KW YORK, Dec, J8. EVA PORATMD
APPLES Quiet: fsncy. 7Miilftc: choice.
S'.We; prime. H-96S
DRIED fruit prunes, steady; Cal
ifornia. 4VWjimc; OresTons, SUIla. Apri
cots, quiet; choice. 94j0V4c; extra choice.
9Vd10e; fsncy, WVfrllc. Peaches, steady;
choice, tvHfl'ic; extra cnoico. !.(:
fancy, 7&'7Hc. Raisins, dull: loose roue
sate Is, ftVWAC; choice to fancy seeded.
7'4fYAc; seedless, iWii'c; London layers,
rtunk elenrlnes In the T'nlted Stales for
the deew ending December 24. a reported Armm t,2
to Hradstreet's Journal, New York, as Airhiasn n. as.... tiu.
gregat 82,624, 8O2,O0), aaalnst 32,!i;,437.fiiO Halt, a out ta s
last week and ::.tiO,,t.uuu in tnis week
last year. Canadian clearings aggregate
8184,759.009. as against SU4.543.uOO last week
and Sl63.100.OUO in thia week last yar.
Following ar th returns, with per
centages of change from this week last
Kew York Money Market.
STERLING EXCHANOIJ-Steadv: sixty
uerUdlV fr C'- '
siLVEIt-llar. 484e. Mexican
B ll-16d per ounce.
honey-1 per rent; discount rates,
" 1 ana mree montns, x per cent.
( losing quotations .hi bond were
tr. a. rf. 3.. rag... 94 st. K. a . it 4.. 17
o civupon 44 aMr). p., . .. .,,
" N. T. O. S. 3Wa 1
do roupoa ion N.y. city 414- iu in!
! 3 onupua. e. Aa i0j
esj. wmrnmw M....IVI' Nn. Par II Am iu
T. er. 4H4. M K Pariria a aJ
Pae. T. a T a. ajr
. BILVEIt- Bar,
llank ot France Declares Dividend..
PARIS, Dec. 28. The Bank ot Franc
declared a dividend today for the second
aemeaeer of th fiscal year of 90 francs
(SIM net a share. During the preceding
fiscal year dividends amounting to 9)3
francs, 33 centimes, were paid.
n.i. a? unt a m Pan, so. m M
Ohas. Ohio 414a. M Raadlo .eu. 4s..." 114
R. i p. . 4. a
a B. n. 4Ha . tn
O. aV R. O. rat. fta 46
Kansas City .,
Ijom Angele ..
New Orleans .
Fort Worth ...
Jacksonville, Fla .
I i rand Rapid ....
11.363 00 h;
9 IW OOl
6. 911. Hl
(It. No. II
111. rntt I
K. C. g.
U N. us.
Be. Rallewv Lm iiu
L'nloa I'aa. 4. a-, 1.
i"t o ev. 4a Ma
Vft'. n. nnheer a....ioii;
5 !L Ht - ""i
" .n as, aa , Si
tlU5M. Psion 4 Vis. ,. S71
Waat. Glae. c. It.. 90
NEW YORK, Dee. 28.-COFFEE The
coffee market waa firmer today and after
opening at an advaace of ft to ( point
future closed at a aet gain of 10 to 14
points, aa compared with tha final fig
ure of last Thursday. The trataa
selling, which waa considered largely re-
mnaioia ior ina pr-nounay reaction, but
waa not In evidence during today's trad
ing and the market wa Influenced by a
few buying order In the absence of
prompt seller. Sal of 10.350 bsg wer
reported. Including switches. I eomher.
6.09c; January, 8.0c; February, t.loe;
March. -2Sc: Aprils, CSftc; Jlav. 8.47o;
June, 8.36c; July. T.Sfto; August, 7.ilc; Sep
tember. 7. tie: October, T.47e; November,
7 65c. Hpot, quit: Rio No. 7. 7He; Santos
4s. 10c. Rto 124 rets lower at 43305; Santos
NEW TORK. Dee. 2S.-4"mTON-pot,
quiet; middling uplands, T.fttte; ealea, louO
bale. Future closed steady; Isscember,
7.42c: January, 7.64c; March, T.ICc; May.
SOlc; July. g20c; October. 113c.
Th cotton market closed steady and
from ten to fourteen point net higher.
Four Buildings Blown
Up With Dynamite
HYMEKA, Ind., Deo. 38. Emmie of
Walker Wilson, a saloon keeper, ar be
lieve by tha police to have been re
sponsible for an explosion of dynamite
which arly today demolished four busi
ness buildings her. Two saloons, on of
them Wilson's, anl a meat market wer
destroyed and a dosen other buildings
damaged. Wilson recntly was named
In affidavits filed before a Juatlc of th
peace charging th saloon keeper with
operating hi p'.ac Illegally.
OMAHA UEH KRAti MARKET.
BUTTER No. L 1-lb. cartons. Sic; No..
2, 60-lb. tubs. 29c. - ....
CHEESE Imported, Bwtss, 8ci Amr
loaa Swiss, aki; block Bwlss, 2io; twins,
16c; daisies, itc; triplets. 17c; Young
Amncs, 18'c: blu label brick, 17o; Urn
burger. S-lb c; 1-lb.. 80o; New York
white, 18o; imported French Roquefort,
BEEF CtXTB-Rlbs: No. 1, 18'jc: No. 2,
16; mo. j, ll4c Loins: No. L 20c; Ne.
3 17c; No. S, lJc. Chucks: No. 1, lSc;
No. S, M,c; No. 3, 9o. Rounds: No. . 1.
13c: No. 2. 1214c; No. IP40. Mate:
No. . 9Ao; No. 3. Sc. No. S, Sc.
VFX1ETABLE8 Cauliflower. 33.00 per
crate: cucumbers. 81.60 per box; oelery.
Jumbo, 75o per doseai celery. Mloldgan.
360 per dosen; head lettuce, 31.00 per
dosen; leaf lettuce, 4lr. per dosen 1 onions,
yellow, So per lb.; red, 2o per lb.; whit,.
3S9o per lb.; cabbage, 1S4C par lb.: pep
per. 6O0 per banket; tomatoes, 84.00 per
crate; horseradish, 60c per dosen; garlic,
Italian. 816 per ce; squaah. lo per
lb.; pumpkin, IS90 per Id. Potatoes. Idaho.
70c pr bu.; Red River Ohio. 66c per bu.f
Minnesota Whites. 00c cer bu. 8wetp
tatocs, Kansas, 8i lo 12.50 per bU.; Jer
sey. (1.75 pr ha nip.
riBU Trout. 14c; larga crapplsa. 13c;
salmon, lit; halibut. 13c; channel cat
fish, 12c; pike, 14e; pickerel, pic.
POTJ LTRY Broiler. 144o; apting chick,
ana, 11c; hens. 711o; cocks. Se; ducks,
10c; geese, 8c; turkea, Ita ptgaona, pt
dog.. 90c; duck, full feathered, 10c; geeH.
full feathered, ic; squab, No. 1, J1.60, o.
Market quotation furnished by Qlllnskt
Fruit company 1
FRUIT Oranges, extra fancy Wash
Ing ton naval, sos. 96a, inua, XM, 112a. v.7
per box; extra fancy Washington naval.
150s, 82.56 per box; extra fancy Washing
ton naval, 176a, 2ud, 216s, 35.00 par box..
Lemon. Kyston bunklst. 300s. t60n.
85.50 per box; choice. Red RaU. 300s, Soils,
85 00 per box. Grapefruit. 86. 64. 64. 80s,
32.76 par box. Apniee, extra fancy Wash
ington White Winter Pearmalncs, U.O11
per box; extra fancy Washington Pear
malnea, 81.75 per box; extra fancy Wine
saps. 3175 per box; eitra faaicy Spttsen
burgs, 1160 per box; Oregon Spltsenburgs,
81.36 per box; Oregon Baldwins, II. til per
box; Colo, unwrapped Jonathans, 81. 35 per
box: Washington extra fancy and Foy
Hoovers. 3140 per box; O K. Jonathans,
Si. 10 per box; fancy Colorado Wealthy.
81.10 per box; fancy Colorado McMahana,
8110 per box; fancy Colorado I'tters. 11 10
per box; fancy Colored? Maiden Bluao.
81.16 per box; Idaho fancy Grlmea Golden,
81.50 per box; Idaho choloe Grim Golden,
31.26 per box; Washington fancy Grlmea
Golden, SI 60 per box; Idaho fancy Jona
thans, 81.86 per box; Idaho fancy Fulton.
81.26 per box; Idaho fancy Wolf River,
8186 per box; Waahlngton Wagner. 81 2i
per box; New York Baldwin. 83.00 per bbl.;
Russet. 83.00 per bbl. Grapes. California
Emperor. 8-1-59 per bbl.; California Em
peror, 8176 per orate; extra fancy
Malagas, 8 00 per bbl. Pears. Aajou, 83.25
per box; Jersey. 12.26 per box; Sheldon,
32.25 per box; Lawrence, 85.00 per box;
Bosco. S2.S6 per box; Baster, 82-28 per box.
Bananas, St-75 per bunch to 83.60 per
'MISCELLANEOUS Nuta, No. l Cali
fornia walnut. 18 per lb.; filberts. 16o
per lb.; pecans, 130 per I.; pacana,
jumbo. I6g per lb.; Uraalla, UHo per lb.
Flga. 1S-U tunes, 860 per box; 60-4 ounce
S3. 00 per box; neven (Town, imported
lftc per lb.; bulk. To per lb, ite. Drome.
dary, S3 00 per box.: Anchor, S2 26 per box;
sugar walnut. 81.40 per lb.; HallowL so
per III. nuaiiru iuiMirn, ac paf in,; CJ41-
monds. SOc per lb.; lime a. 81.7 ft nnr K.
crackarjack, 3iW per case; crackerjac.-one-half
case, 81-76; checker. S3 60: check
r. one-half rasa, 81.76. Honey, 3 T6 per
raaa. (iw, rwr iwi cioer, va.&ii kea
New York, one-half bbl., MOS Cocoa,
nuts. 88.7ft per sack : eoroaauta. 15c dmu.
Caaaba cams. t2.oo crate.
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