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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1915)
OMAHA. FRIDAY. .TANTAUV 1.
Apartments and Flat.
A "Safe," Happy and
Prosperous New Year
is tiii; SIXCKKK avjsh OF
Gordon Fireproof Warehouse & Van Co.
We arc content in tho knowledge that your goods arc safe
with us and our satisfaction will 1 complete if all our patrons
who have contributed to our success may enjoy the same
measure of jirosperity.
Yours veVy sincerely,
Gordon Fireproof Warehouse & Van Co.
Abstract Cn .
oldest sbstrart of
P -4is Theater.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.
a modern absti-act office. $u$ B. lith St
Fhone Douglas 647.
KKAL ESTATE IX)U EXCHANGE.
Phone Douglas i594.
21U North 11th St.
ST. GEORGE apartment. located In se
lect Weit Farnam residence district;
one 5-room suite lor rent, neat. water,
janitor service. Phone Wfhgter 1S74.
MODERN steam-heated apnr;ments, near
postofflco; low rent. O, p. Stebhins.
$-R modern flat, 28 8. 24tb; $2. i-hon
lit N. llth St.
Phone u SHor Web. 1.181
OGDEN ANNEX, Council Bluffs, 'oomi
with kitchenette, ateam heat. Phone 6-tA.
ONE 4-ROOM AND BATH, MODERN
APARTMENT IN THE CALIFORNIA:
DOWNTOWN; SAVE CAR FARE. SEE
JANITOR. DOUGLAS 6237.
SK'EN-R )M. hcFt rr8i(ir-nro district.
4160 Davenport neur Farnam car linos
I lion. ':iln'Jt 2C-8.
VEKV choice 5-ronm s:e:im-hcoted apart
ment on W'esl Kxmam St.
JOHN W. BOBBINS. l02 FARNAM ST.
2212 NICHOLAS ST 4-room brlrk. mod
ern except heat, lit eel range, gag P air.
kitchen cabinet. water paid; rent only .17.
RASP BROS., ICS MoCague Ridg.
An excellently arranged 4-room apart
ment, with built-in buffet; large clothes
cloaeta besides linen closet; fine, larga
rooms. East front, aecond floor. Very
deeirablo apartment at a very low price.
See It before you locate.
Office 1511 Harney Bt. Douglas H72.
Living room, kitchenette and hath. New
fumed oak furniture complete. Linens
and bedding: all now $3.5o.
Offlea 2511 Harney St. Douglaa 1473.
Board and ttuonta.
B. 1Mb, 18 Exc. board, clean rooma
A BKAUTIFL'L suite of rooms, with ex
ceptional closet room, plenty of hot
water and good heat and board: an ex
ceptional congenial home in the West
Farnam district; in walking distance; to
young men with references. Hurney 49i.
THE GRASMKKK Strictly up-to-date,
single or en suite, with or without pri
vate bath: excellent board. Phone H. 7'WO.
I Verna, 1812 Cap, front rmi. Stem, lit.
FL'KMfHfc.L room lor ituu near r.aa
ton university, phone Douglas 12X1.
FURNISHED ROOM, heated, 4614 North
WELL heated furnished room In private
family, suitable for one or two persona,
rent resHonahte, 2il0 California. D. 8627
WANTED TO ItORROW
WANTED To borrow $10,ono on well Im
proved ranch consisting of 8.30U acre
In Banner county, Nebraska. Address
Hope Drown, Bighorn. Neb.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTliiD To rent a moving picture
shaw. Box 423, Arapahoe, vNei.
FARM A RANCH L.AMJ4 FOR I1LB
OGDEN HOTUL, Council Bluffs, slea-n
heated rooms, $2 per week, phone f.a.
Urge, strictly modern, 638 8. 24. U. 7198.
KOUNTZE PLACE," two mode.-n front
rooms, $16 montn. Phone Webster 3648.
Furnished Housekeeping; Rooms.
DAVENPORT. 2018 TWO NICELY FUR
NISHED HKPG. ROOMS; 13.50 WEEK.
Hotels ana suartutrsv,
CALIFORNIA Hotel, 16th ana California,
Weekly ratea U ana up. Doug.as 7083.
DODGE HOTEL- Modern Reasonaole,
Houses and ottaares.
MODERN 2-story house, 7 rooms; never
occupied; new furnace; $20. Doug, 6363.
ALL sizes. 83 per month up. SC7 Pexton.
We have a complete Hat of all houses,
apartments and flats that are for rent.
This list can be seen free of charge at
Omaha Van & Storage Co.. 806 So. 16th St.
6-ROOM, MODERN. $22.60.
962 N. 26th; 2-story house, newly deco
llated; very desirablo and close In.
Tyler 1636. State Bank Bldg.
Stores, moves, packa, ships; S-horse van
and 2 men. $1.26 per nr., storage 82 per
no. Satisfaction guar. D. 433ft & Ty. 230.
Fidelity Storage Co
rtorage, moving, packing aim shipping.
ISth Jackson Sts. lione Douglas 2M.
H mi coo in parts of the city.
"oueB Crclgh Sons Co.. Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT Modern 6-room bouse, 206
I, 16th Ave. Inquire T. J. O Brien,
Henshaw Hotel. Harney 1094. Douglas 1214.
I-R. house, mod., sultabla for two fam
ilies. Douglaa 469.
Van and Stor-
aga Co. Large
an. 2 men. 81.60
per hr . uiay, I men. II. to per hr. 17U
Webster. Doug. 149a.
T T ' J Exp. Co., moving
I rVrfll packing at stuiage
a - UV7 r ar
imint. D. C14&,
STEAM heat, ad modern, 7-roora house;
also 4-rooin flat ttu No 13d.
SIX rooma, modern except furnaoa; large
shed, $1.60 month. Phone WebHter 3m.
10 per cent down and 10 per
cent yearly, will buy you a
home In California. Our
land In the Sacramento Val
ley la the equal of any In
the atato for iuatlty, loca
tion, raliroud service and tlc
elrable nelghtbora. Price low
and on the atiove terms your
land will pay for Itself. We
have tracts of all sizes; Ui
, secures you any tract until
you make lnnoclion; money
. back If any misrepresenta
tion la made In our litera
ture. Oniy 300 acres will be
old at present prices, and
above terms. Call or write to
day; this is your opportunity.
W. T. SMITH CO.,
I1H city Nat l Bonk Bldg.,
For Sale or Trade
ho acres fine Irrigated farm In Scott'a
Rliiff county, only shout 4 tnllea from
railroad town. This land Is on tna smith
side of the river and has good water
rights, good house, barn, well, etc. Thera
aiv now about twenty acres In nltatin.
but all Is good alfalfa land. Sugar beets,
wheat, oata and com can be raised In
abundance. In fact, this 4a a splendid
propoeitlon to make money for a prac
tical farmer. Will sell on easy terms and
would consider well located Omaha resi
dence equal to one-half the value of the
land as part payment IVIce. $110 per
O Weil's 11. E. tfc Ins. Agnncy,
1306 Farnam St. Phone TylerlOiJ.
6 Acres Clear
Will exchange for five cr six-room
house. This Is .lust the place for a truck
grower or poultryman. over 20 north
ern families on our land now. Yju can
grow from two to three crops a year.
Cheap fuel and plenty of it. tmly three
hours ride from Memnhis, Tenn. ; eight
hours to New Orleans.
THE VOGKI, REALTY AGENCY.
1015-16 W. O. W. Hldg. Omaha. Neb.
IMPROVED form of 11$ acres. near
Kearney. Neb. K acres In corn, ten
acres in alfalfa. House and barn, soma
fruit; valued at $100 per acre. Will take
Y II. GATES
Om. Nat Pk. Bldg. D.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Sufferi Lo$$ Under rresure
of the Bears.
CORN AND OATS SYMPATHETIC
Cereals Take lanan as Resell
Inflaeare from Ihe Lower
Prices of Wheat Frodnro
Market Is Bearish.
An elegant ranching proposition; S.7I5
acres, one mile water front on Bird wood
creek, 16 miles north of Sutherland, Lin
coln county, Nebraska.
An KK-acro improved ranch, 12 miles
south of Baxsett, In Rock county, Ne
Two sections of choice wheat land near i
Out section In McKenxle county, North
BEN Gl'LLlCK. Slmix Fails. S. D.
A DIRECTOR in one of the most con
servatively financed corporations In the
west wishes to retire and will exchange
his stock, 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, Room 1H, Sanford Hotel
Block, Omaha. Neb.
FRONTIER CO. BARGAIN.
Highly Improved farm of j& acres.
Land ail lays fine and la excellent soil.
Will exchange for good Omaha residence.
C. R. COMBS,
813 Brandels Theator, Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE or trade for lowa, vaslern
Nebraska of northwest Missouri land:
buolnesa block In Denver and Irrigated
iff) acres in Colorado. 1623 St. Paul St,
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
SECTION Kimball Co. Urosa. 2101 Paul.
10 per cent down, H per cent
yearly wl.l buy a farm In the
North Piattc valley, Neo.
our land is tne equal of any
In the state for quality, loo.-i-tlon
and fine rlui of neign
bors. Prices 145 to $M per
acre, and on the above term
your land will pay for Itself.
We have tracts from 40 acres
up. $o0 secures yoj any tract
until you can make inspec-
tlon. Money back if not
satisfied. Call or write to
day. ThU is your oppor
tunity. W. T. SMITH CO..
1111-U! City Nat I Bank Bldg..
OMAHA, NEB o
Must Be Sold
(jooJ Home at a Sacrifice
This In a well constructed R-room, ?
st ry modern house, with finished attic,
having hot water heat, plate glass win
dows throughout; full cemented base
ment, laundry connections, etc. Oak
finish first floor, with brick fireplace in
living room. Four corner bedrooms, sec
ond floor; large south front lot, CSxl30 ft.,
with fine shade trees and Iron fence In
front. Excellent neighborhood. This Is a
$7.io place priced at ,6tx, but owner
MUST eELL AT ONCE and has in
structed us to accept ANY REASON
ABLE OFFER. This Is your opportunity
to buy a good home cheap. Do not fall
to look this up and mnke us an offer if
interested. Possession January 1.
George & Company
City National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 766.
New Year's Bargain
$300 to $MI0 CASH.
$3,750 for fine new 6-room, strictly mod
ern and up to date bungalow, 3 rooms In
oak, oak floors throughout; fine, close
in: east front lot, on boulevard.
$3,760 also buys -room, all modem, oak
finish, bungalow; living room 18x22; three
bed looms. Something tut of the ordin
ary. Danes corner lot; street paved;
Hanacom park district Good lot taken as
frst payment Call Web. 4661, or see
OMAHA. Ie, SI. 1P14.
Wheat suffered losses of V8I on
selling by weak-kneed holders, and the
putting out of short lines by old time
hears, who believe prices are likely to
strike a still lower level. There was con
siderable in the news to help the bulls.
It was reported here yesterday that
$",0U0 liiihcl- of wheat were sold to (to
out vin the Gulf at the hiahesl premium
on the crop and that io.ooo bushels were
tsken at Imluth bv a miller wlm gener
ally looks eloewhcrn for Ins wheal than
In that market.
There were reported sales of 2Mi,0l
bushels of wheat for export, which is to
g' via the Atlantic ports, hut this. It wss
claimed, was put chased Wednesday and
that the export trade was slow yester
day. Italy ta reported as paying exception
ally high rates for vessels at British and
Italian ports with which to carry recent
purchases of grain from Argentine.
Corn closed with losses of Vh V yes
terday, which was the low point of the
oats showed losses of '.iWle. The sen
board bought oats early from commis
sion houses, but with this demand filled,
a weak situation Was seen.
The news on the hog market was again
bearish. Packers sold ribs and that
commodity showed the greatest weak
nes. Packers reported a slight Improve
ment In the demand for rash meats, with
the south tho principal buyer.
Wheat was "Vtle higher.
Corn was unchanged to c higher.
0:tls were unchanged.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour,
equal to ;!;.nno bushels; corn, SNj.onO bush
(l; oats. 32,0i bushels.
Liverpool reported corn prices un
ihaiiKed. while wheat was not quoted.
Primary wheat receipts were i,l:m.OH0
bushels, and shipments l,lR2,Oii0 bushels
against bollilsy last year.
Primary com receipts were
bushels, and shipments LOuO.OnO
aKainst holiday last year.
Primary oats receipts were tVK.OOO bush
els and shipments 618,000 bushels, against
holiday lust year.
1 7 1
1 ssvs 1 av!
19 22WI 1 i
Higher prices for liok;- helped to lift
provisions. The grain IioIkc illd the icM.
to have a monopoly in the scllini:.
Oraln prices furnished bv IKan
Bryan, On Ice 31S South Sixteenth ctreet:
Article OpenTJ Hlgh.t" Iw. ! Close TVes y
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
nj'uh'.i my 6".'
m rv,i i ctv i ct. 1 hVi
i l.vy iv mvi r.' u't
10 6,'V 10 42V
v 6; ,
Kansas City ....
today: Wheat No
Chicago Cash Irlces Wheat : No. 2 red.
tl.2i.Ujfl l.27; No. hnrd. $1.2-i-H1.2.".
Com: No. t vellow, 6vnn'je: No. 3 yellow,
f7ti;7e. Oats: No. 3 while. 4'."'(H!'c ;
standard, fr-S'0MV Rye: No. 2. l 12'.
I'.arlev. 6:ifi"4c. See.l: Timothy, $f...V'.i7.im;
clover, $12 &04r16.U. provisions: Pork, $17.00;
lard, $1060; ribs, $.6JVd 10.2ft.
M 'I li.it-llitilirr; cifumcries, JVt34c.
lMTATOIvS Steady : receipts, 10 cars;
Michigan and Wisconsin red. SAii40c;
MiehlKsn and Wlsons n white 3M?4fc.
FOGS Higher; receipts. 3.S.I6 cases; at
mark, rases Included. 2Mi,'.4c; ordinary
firsts, SliitiV; firsts. 3fi3r.c,
ItRM.TRY Alive, higher; springs, 12o,
fowls, HV'12-; turkeys, Ul4e.
I i $6 00 per lo
Q ' ...... ft...
106 McCagus Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
Here is that ranch you have Been look
ing for and a chance to turn In your city
KOSEBPD LAND COM PA NT,
, 414 Barker Block, Omaha.
l.XVO-acre farm, alflllfu and atnclr pun.h
at 12.b0 ier acre, all In a body; Just wast
01 vaienune. iveo., in Cherry county; corn
ers in a good town on the C. & N. W.
R. R. This place has houses on It and
2 of them are In town; there are a well
windmill and double tanks; fenced off
In six different aatures; nice grove by
the houses in town. This place Is ail
aranged with large bama. sheds and cor
rals; cuts plenty hay; l.Ouo acies finest
farm land on this pluce; 0 acres now in
cultivation; the corn yields 4o bushels to
the acre; seres rye that kioks fine.
This is where they are rajsing the high
prt -.d beef on the native grass; Under
mowers, dmc, plows and all hay and farm
machinery ene with th place; owner is
reUrlnK i.mt will take good Omaha prop.
erty and give time on $I0,M) at 6 per cent.
HALF MONTH'S FREE RENT.
860 S. 26th Ave., 9-room. a I modern. $30.01
! Capitol Ave., 8-r., all modern Zj.oo
114 8. toth St.. 7-r.. all modem 2-i.OJ
2tV4 Bristol St., 5-r., mod. ex. neat... 18.0) j
z.io ."N. zi in ft., o-r., nioq. ex. neat., h.uj
RASP BROS.. 106 McCague Bldg.
' . COTTAGES,
ALL. SIZES, ALL PRICES.
LET U9 SEND YOU OUR COM
PLETE PRINTED LIST.
PAYNE & 8 LATER COMPANY,
Omaha i Rental Men,
616 Omaha National Dank Bldg.
Right-room and garage, 1 block to car;
U0 S. Xtt.
O'KEEFK REAL ESTATE CO..
10l Omaha National. Douglaa 2716.
40-ACKE HOM E.
$ miles weat of city limits of Omahf!
land lays gently rolling; 6H acres alfalla.
about $ acres pasture snd about ons acre
In crapes, balance in cultivation; new -room
house and other good Unprut s
ratinls. Price. $22J per aero.
C. R. COMBS.
$19 Brandels Theater, Omaha, Neb..
, Douglas 916.
rour ' sections, good soil, running
water, clone to R; It. Northwest of Val
entine. Cost 8-tI per acre. Mortgaged fr
$9 per aero and inunt :m soid. Will take
$13. What do you jffer? Addresa iai
f.OOO ACRS. large and small tracts; ab.
solute title; Pitiaburn Co.. farming, pas
ture, oil, coal lanj; $5 to $J per acre.
rite J. E. Cavanagh. MrAlestt-r. Okl.
Stores and Offices.
FOR RENT NOW.
Don't wait until someone takes the
one you should hive.
$22.60, $Z.00, $10.00, $0 0.
THE BEE BUILDING.
"Tha Building That la Always Ntw.'
TWO modern ateanKheatcd stores, naar
postofflce; low rent. G. P. KUbbins.
FCKNIIhED ofti and telephone . for
mum cost as rent of office, inquire kA
Omaha, Nat l Bank Bldg.
" '. " ' 1 ' -S
WANTED TO BUT
OFFICK furniture bought and sold.
C. Reed. 1207 Farnsnv Doug. 44.
WZ BPV 2d-ii4iia --HMhes 11 N U
fcLlGHTLY used pianos. Douglas 217.
HAMILTON CO.. the only gentile second-
hand ators In Omaha. 17)4 Cuming. D. 633.
ONE carload of green alfalfa" hay-fToT b"
your statioa T. t. Ixckinsoa, New
hcs. uu.ry and genernl crop Hate In t'e
union; settlers wanted; lunus for sale ul
low prices, on easy terms. Ask fur look
let 84 on Wisconsin Central Laud Grant.
State acres wanted. Write about our
giaxlng lands, if Interested in fruit lands,
ask for booklet on Apple Orchards lit
Wisconsin. Addreas I-and Dept., Boo
Line Ky , Minneapolis, Minn.
FARM for sale; must sell my Fellsmers
farm. 30 acres, muck prairie land.
Uphoff. 4c Times Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
CITY snd I arm loaua, i, per csot
J. H. Dumuiit & Co. Hu Farnam, Umatia.
WaA'ltK-Liiy loaas. l iu-n Ti ust Co.
W ANIs.i City oaua and wariuiis. W.
amain imiili at Co. 1320 frarnara.
OsiAriA luiues. uwl NeUia.ua f alius.
OKEs. U. HEAL, EaTATs, CO.,
lOl Ouutba NaU. Douglas 271a.
lit) to H'j.wxj inaue prumpi y. K. D. Wsad,'
Wad Bldg.. ibtb snd arnaiu bts.
I Am Forced toSeUiKtaM?
a new five-room, all modern
house recently purchased by
me. This house Is located In the
West Farnam district, one block
from lA-avenwurth car and four
blocks from Farnam. Oak
finish downstairs, white enamel
bath, sleeping porch, beautiful
lawn. You can buy this house
at a big sacrifice.
Address M 213, Bee, or after
p. m. phone Webster 6146.
Built for a Home
Occupied as a Home
Nearly Xew and Up-to-Date
Located within walking distance of re
tail district. 6 rooms, bath and sleeping
porch. Full 2-story, strictly modern In
every way; S large rooms. Including liv
ing room, across entire front; alao excel
lent pantry and Icebox, room on first
floor; S bedrooms, bath and aleeplng
porch on second floor. The Interior wood
work la Ideal; decorations are very dur
able and attractive; atorm windows snd
screens for all outside openings; water
meter, window shades, permanent walks
fine lawn, east front. Can be had on
reasonable terms. Jf you want an excep
tional well built home, close In It will
pay you to investigate.
230 Omaha National UinK Hid. Jj. 4.is.
hard winter: 3 cars, $1.19: 6 cars. $1.1914.
No. 3 hard winter: 2 cars, 1.1H; 10
cars, 81.191: 1 car. $1.19'i; 2Mi cars, $1.19.
No. 4 hard winter: 2 cars, SI .IK. No. 4
spring: 1 car, light, $1.16. No. 2 mixed:
1 car. $1.194. No. 3 durum: 2 cars, $1.87,
Rye No. 8: 1 car, $1.04'; IVi cars, $1.01.
Corn No. 3 white: 2 cars, 6."c, No. 3
white: 3 cars, 64c; 6 cars, f44c. No. 8
white: 2 cars, 64c. No. 2 yellow: 1 car,
6lc; cars. 64 'ic; 2 cars. 64vc. No. i
yellow: $ cars, t4c; 16 earn, 64'ic; 11
cars, Kl'ac. ..o. 4 yellow: 1 car. C2o.
No. 6 yellow: 2 cars, 644c; 1 car. 64c.
No. yellow: 1 car, 64c. No. 2 mixed:
2 carsy 64V; 6 cars. 64Hc No. 8 mixed:
12 cars, 64c; 2 cars, &le. No. 4 mixed:
1 car, 63Vc No 8 mixed: 3 cars, 6c.
No. 6 mixed: 1 car, 63Hc; 1 car, 6.1',o.
Sample: 7 car, white, 64vc. Oata Stand
ard: 1 car, 47,4;o. ' No. 8 white: 3 cars,
47c. No. 4 white: 2 cars. 4tSc No. 3
mixed: 1 car, 460. .Sample: 3 cars, 4rio,
1 car, 4."Vc.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard,
t.Wnl.JH; No. 3 hard, $1.1b(U94; No.
4 hard. $1.181.18; No. 3 white. $1.1S(U'1.2iVi;
No. 3 spring. l.lm.iO.i, No. 3 durum,
$1.37(3 l.SH; No. 8 durum, $I.36((i'l.S7. Corn:
No 1 white,- ttVnti&4c; No. 3 white, t
66c: No. 3 while, WvV'MVc; No. 4 white,
64i644ie; No. 6 white. (4ftJ44o: No. 6
white,. 3ai4e: No. 1 yellow, 64Vij5c;
No. 2 yellow, 6Vnrt4c; No. $ yellow, 4
ti64c; No. 4 yellow, 62ra4'4c; No. 6
yellow, 2fri414'4c; No. 6 yellow. 625W4e;
No. 1 mixed. 64 fr4": No. 2 mixed, 64f
fA'ic; No. 8 mixed, 63 VftGic I No. 4 mixed.
63iIii3Vc: No. 6 mlx?d. 63(i73c; No. 8
mixed, tUVa63Vic. Oats: No. 2 white, 474
tfHTV: standard, 47',Q47V: No. 3 white.
46iu47c; No. 4 white, 46!(a461V. Barley:
Malting, eiwix-; No. l reed, fcocHMc. Bye:
No. 2, $1.04M) 1.04 ; No. -8, $l.O4'd'1.04 V
rillCAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feat a res of (he Tradlos; and Closing;
Prlres on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Dec. 31. Big estimates on
sales of wheat to Europe In the last
twenty-four hours rhanged the market
today from feebleness to strength. As a
result the close, slthough unsettlnd, was
Vyl'Ac above last night. Other leading
staples, too, all showed a net gain; corn,
VuSc; oast, '44f)io to lo, and provi
Totals m the amount of wheat bought
for export and not previously snnounoad
were figured all the way from l.OnO.OOO to
2,0)10,000 bushels. In addition, the bulls
were encouraged by the purchase of 476,-
cash wheat here to go to
A cheering Influence, was
a late Liverpool cable asserting that Eng
land would need iiiM.uu.tiuu bushels or
Xvhest from the I'nlted States before) July.
Advancing freight rates on ocean vessels
gave an early advantago to tho bears In
wheat. I'ncertalnty as to the outcome of
the Washington protest to Great Britain
In regard to Interference with shipping
tended .also, for a while to causa prloes
Com rallied with wheat and owing to
predictions of a shipping demand from the
Canadian northwest. Country offerings
were nut large.
Belated covering by December short
Was chiefly responsible for tha firmness
of oats. The bulk of the trade was local.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
240 ACRES near good lowa town, will
trade for good Omaha Income property.
American Security Co.
K)Uglai 6011 Evenings: Walnut 3017 or
2 Blks to 36th and
43x132, $10 cash. $1 per week.
Can yo beat thlsr
O'Keefe tteal Estate Co.,
lolC Omaha National
REAL EST A TE l ISf E LLA N EOUS
6 CI r Y LOANS. C. G. CsrlUrg Co
" ' tiu-31 Branurls Theater tiid.
CITY pioperty. Largo loaua aspwdaJ:y.
W. H. Thoruas. an Xl-Ue Bank Hiilg.
MONEY oo band .'or city and larut iua.ua,
H. W. binder, t'lty Natl. tn Bldg.
us first if you waitt a taria loaa,
Lulled htataa Trust Onut, Nea.
I ement walks.
Two rooms In oak.
r Rooma on one flour.
American Security Co.
I. SOU. I. .fctilnirsr Wii! ? tr.
Own an Investment property yoq want
to sell? Wo have -an buyer. $10K) to
$40,0u0. Must be priced right.
Should Earn From
We bave several different
plans whereby you can get from
7 to 10 on your money and
le absolutely safe In your in
vestment. As everyone knows
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OMAHA G KM KRAI. MARKBT.
BUTTER No. 1. 1-Tb. eartons. 31c, No.
2, K-lh. tubs. fck
CHEESE Imported, Pwles, Siic; Amer
ican Swiss. 8Kc; block Swiss, 22c; twins,
16e; daisies, 17c: triplets. 17c; Young
Americas. 18 Vic; blue label brick, 17c; llm
burger. $-4b., 80c; 1-lb . 20c; New York
while, 18c; Imported French Roquefort,
FISH Trout. 14o; large crapples, 16c;
salmon, 11c; halibut, 12c; channel cul
flsh. 12c; pike, 14c; pickerel, pic.
POULTRY-Brollers, 14V-; spring chick
ens, 11c; hens, lUUc; cocks, dc; ducks,
10c; geeae, ac; turkeys, li.c piguons. -er
Ooi., 0c; ducks, lull feathereii, P'c; geese,
full feathered, He; squabs. No. 1, $) 6u, No.
KKKK CUTS-Ribs: No. i. IS'fc: x0. 3,
16!c; No. 3, ll-Vc. Ihiir: No. 1, 20V; No.
2. 17c; No. 8, l.lc. Chucks: No. I, 10'ie;
No. i. l.c; No. 3. 9c. Roitrd4: No. 1,
13c; No. 2, 1214c; No. ll',c. Plates:
No. 1. Vic; No. 2. Mjc; No. 3. V
Market quotations tarnished by Gillnikl
Fru t company:
FRUITS oianges. extra fancy Watth
Ington naval, aua, 9is, l't, 126m, H2h, $2.76
per box: extra fancy WaHhliigton naval,
lulls, $2.66 per box; extra fancy Washing
ton naval, 17s, 2", 216. $3.00 ier box.
lemons. Keystone Sunklsl. 3"s. 3ikis,
$6.60 per box; choice, Red Hat!. VAm, 3im,
box, t,raerruii, Ms, sos.
x. Ai'pirs, extra fancy Wash
ington White Winter l'eartnalnes, $2.00
per box; extra fancy Washington Pear
matnes, $1.76 per box; extra fancy Wine
saps, $1.76 per box; extra fancy Spltxen
burgs, $100 per box; Oregon SpltxenbuiKS,
$1.36 per box; Oregon lialdwiua, 1 6n p,.f
box; Colo, unwrapped Joualliuns, $1.36 m-r
box; Washington extra funcy und Foy
HooverH, $1.4u per box; O K. Jonathans,
$1.10 per hox; fancy Colorado Weaithys,
$1.10 per box; fancy Colorado McMhIihiin,
$1.10 r box; fancy Colorado L'tters. II lu
per box; fancy Colorado Maiden Blush,
$1.16 per box; Idaho fancy Grimes Golden,
$1.60 per box; Idaho choice Grimes Golden,
$1.26 per box; Washington fancy Grimes
Golden, si. do per uox; iniino rancy Jona
thans, $1.26 per box; Idi.ho fancy Fulton,
$1.26 per box; Idaho fancy Wolf River.
$1.26 per box; Washington Wagner, $1.2$
per box; Nev iora nuiuwin. per bbl.;
Russets, $3.00 per bbl. Grapes, California
Emperors. :t.iit) per tun.; California Em
perors, $1.76 per crate; extra fancy
Malagas, $6.0 per bbl. Pears, Anjoti, V2.ii
per box; Jersey, $2.25 per Ikx; Sheldon,
$2.25 per box; Lawrence, $3.00 per box;
Hosco, $2.25 per box; Raster, $2.26 per box.
Banana $1.76 per bunch to $160 per
bunch. ' 1
VKGETABLES-Caullflower. $3.00 per
crate; cucumbers, $1.60 per box; celery.
Jumbo, 76c per doxen; celery, Michigan,
36o per dosen; head lettuce, $1.00 per
doxen; leaf lettuce, 40a per doxen; onions,
?ellow, 2o per lb.; red, 2c per lb.; white,
4iO per lb.; rahbage, lVfcc per Ih. ; pep
pers, 600 per basket; tomatoes, $4.00 per
crate; horseradish, tfic per dosen; garitn,
Italian, $166 pet case; squash. lc per
lh. ; pumpkin. lVc per lb. Potatoes, Idaho,
70c per bu.; Red River Ohlos, 6o per bu ;
Minnesota Whites, 60o per bu. Sweet po
tatoes. Kansas. $2.26 to $2.59 per bbl.; Jor
seys. $1.75 per hump.
MISCELLANEOUS Nuts, No. 1 Cali
fornia walnuts, 18n per Ih.; filberts, l5o
per lb. J pe-'an. 12Vo per lb.; pecans.
Jumbo. ISc per lb.: Dragila, 12o pep lb.
Figs, 12-12 ounce, S6o oer box; 60-8 ounce,
$2.00 per box; Seven Crown, Imported,
180 per lb.; bulk, 7c per lb. Dates, Drome
dary, $3.00 per box.: Anchor, $2.25 per box;
sugar walnut, $1.40 per lb.; Hallowl, so
per lb. Shelled popcorn, 4c per lb. j al
monds, 20o per lb.; limes, $1.75 per box:
crackerjttck, $3.60 per case; crackerjaclr,
one-half case, $1.75; checkers, $3.50; check
era, one-half rase, $1.76. Honey, $3.75 pet
case. Cider, New York cider, $3.50 keg;
New York, one-half bbl., $6.00. Cocoa
nuts, $3.75 per sack; cocosjiuts, 76c dosen,
Casaba gems, $2.00 crate.
New York General Make!. ,
NEW YORK. Dec. SU S UG A R-Ra w,
steady; molasses. 3.3Tc; centrifugal,
4.01. Refined, steady; cut loaf, 6.8Ti-;
crushed, 6.76c; mould '-A," S.loc: cubes.
6.20c; XXXX powdered, 6.110; powdered.
i.06c; fine granulated, 4 9f r, diamond A,
t.wcj oPHiwij'Jiicr. st, v.r v.; rto. J, 4.70c,
BUTTER Fualer; rec ipta, 6,0i3 tubs
creamery extras, 92 acring, 36c; cream
ery, higher scoring A(nTiv; creamery
firsts, 82lfj3Cc; seconds, SWuJOo; process
extras, 2iu-t'4c; ladles, current make,
firsts, 23V24c; soconds, 23c; packing
stock, current make. No. 2, 2l4i&22a.
CHEESE Steady; receipts, 2,64 boxes'
state, whole wilk, held, acclals, 14Vff
1444c; state, fiesh, specials, 16c; state
average fancy, 14Vti ll4c; skims, 3'
EtlOS Steady; receipts, fi.036 cases'
fresh gathered, extra fine, 4Ki-l7c; extra
firsts, 3Kc; UrsLs, 73Sc; seconds, ZyyWc
state, Pennsylvania and nearby hen
nery whites, fine to fancy, 47Ha.
gathered whites, 8u4ic; hennery browns'
41 'a 42c; gathered browns and mixed
POl'LTRY-Allve. firm; western lilck-
ens, ic; rowis, l4H'U16Vc; turkeys, 2i,
21c. Dressed, dull; western roasting
chickens. )4;17Hc; fresh fowls, 12'jil7o:
Bf Inneaavolls Grain Market.
MINNEAPOUS. Minn., Deo.
WHEAT December. $1.224; May, $1.2:,u
No. 1 hard. $1.27: No. 1 northrem $1 m',
U2ti; No. 2 northern, $l.204.'uyl.24'4.
MA Klvl'.Y-2 ((IC.
BRAN $2-2 M.
CORN No. 3 yellow, KVi"i4c
AT8-No. 3 wh'te, 47',u 48c.
STOCK HOLD E lets' MEETING.
Tba Annual Meet.ng of Die Stockhold
ers of the HASTINGS AND NORTH
WEST KRN RAILROAD COMPANY, for
the election of seven Llrectora, and the
transaction of such other business as may
coma before the meeting, will be held at
the of fioe of A. 1- Mohler, corner of 15tn
and lHdgs Streets, Omaha. Nebraska, on
Monday, the 4ib day of January. A. D.
116. at U o cloclt A. M.
T. U. OHR,
Kaasas City Grain and Provlslona,
KANSAS CITY. Dec. Sl.-WHKAT-No
2 harl $l.lfl.22; No. $ red, $l.Si Vol.22;
May. $l.2ii; July, 11.12. w-f,
f'lRN-No. 2 mixed, 67c; No 2 white
6i4:: May, 72S"l72tc; July. 73,iTS.c. '
BirTTHR Creamery, 3$c; firsts
seconds. 2kc; packing, 20Vc.
EtJGS Firsts 334; seconds, 22c
POULTRY-lIeiis. UVic; roosters
No. 2 mixed,
Cattle Rfceipti Light. Although
Good for Entire Week.
HOG MARKET IS NICKEL HIGHER
flieen Market Is Active, vlth Price
tronar to a Mltle lllaher Than
Those PreTBlllna on
SOUTH OMAHA. Dec. 31, 1911
Reielps were: Cnttl- Hog". Fherp.
uiuciai .Monday 7,70"
. I I" IH i in Mtiuy .
KMinnte Thursday ..
Four days this week
Same diiys last week
Hino days 2 wks ngn.23.ss4
Same days wks aao.K.7s:i
tatnn days 4 Ka ago. I:.47.'i
Same days last vear.12.7i
The follow ir g table shows the receipts
or cattle hogs and sheep at tha South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date, as compared with last year:
t14. 113. Dee.
cattle MS.45S WU,lM 23.646
Hogs r,43 T(B 5K4 21A
hep 8,114.124 3.222,133 IK,009
iiiu following table slums tee aveiHge
price for hoca at tha South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
lo.evj io. 4 is
3n.7o 33, cm;
41,X'.l 16. !3
17.0 V'.) 2K.4.V1
l'ate. I 1911. lHle.IPU.l.ll.t'.Oo. ills. III.
I 6 001 7 661 8 ( 6 37
7 00 1 6 001 7 Ml 8 14! I 30
7 VI 7 but to U
7 181 6 97;
I 8 81
7 63 8 lis 6 34
7 03 v,
6 D3 V
7 04,i 7 6f. 7 231 03! 7 731 I 6
I 7 M 7 22 1 6 H 7 i! 8 3n;
7 14 I 7 071 6 11 T 70, 8 301 R 06
7 04! 7 66 I 6 W 7 W 3i 5 M
7 t't'jl 7 6s 7 OR' 5 '.K.i 7 67: 291 5 4'i
31. 1 7 13Tk 7 5S: 7 OS! I 7 71 1 8 21 1 6 60
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Dee. 81-WHE.T-pot
llrm; No. 1 Manitoba, 10s d; No. 3, 10s
iu, .-.v. iv wiuier, mm ixl ,
COR N Spot nominal; futures
January, is 4'd; February, 6a 6d.
Bt. Lonls Grala Market.
ST. LOIT1S Dec. 31.-WHEAT-N0. t
red. ll.2Ht3l.27: No. t hard. L271A
December. $124; May. $1274,1.27'.
CORN-No. 2. 6S!ic; No. 2 white. 9tt
Doeemljer. 6714c; May, 754a W'
OATS-No. i, 4'Jf,ouc; No. 2 white, Slfcc,
NEW YORK. Dec. 81. COTTON Spot
iulet; middling uplands, 7.60c; sales, 1900
The market closed unchanged to 1
L1VER1-OOU 31 COTTOV4pot
quiet; prices essler; American middling
$.47d; good middling. 42d; niiddlinu'
4;jw1; low middling. 4.11d; good urdinary'
14W, orcilnary. WJ, Sales, 6,000 bales
Dry Hoods Market.
NEW YORK. Deo. ii DRY GOODS
Cotton goixla closefl steudy, yarns steady
but dull. Tuasah raw silk advanced!
Wool markets were feverish and prtcvji
CATTLE Receipts were light this
morning even foi a Thursdsy, but the
total for the four day thla week has
!ccn very fair for the last week of the
month, amounting to 15,920 head, ovor 6, UK)
head linger than a year ago.
There was not much change In market
tondltlons. Prices as a rule were Just
about steady with yesterday, being per
haps strong In some spots and weak in
others. This would apply to all klnda of
kbleis, thut Is, cows and heifers, as well
as beef steers.
There was no material change In the
feeder trade. It was feared that the sen
sational report given out at Lincoln
Wednesday to the effoct that font and
mouth disease was suspected In Dundy
county. Nebraska, might scare some
would-be feeder buyers out of the market.
Hie prompt denial of the report thla
morning, under the authority of the state
veterinarian, will. It Is hoped, banish fear
from the minds of buyers.
Quotations on cattle: 1'rlme vearllnrs
$H.7r4(9.7i; good to choice cornfed beeves,
$s.OiHii6.76; fair to good cornfed beeves.
I7.60fuft.00; common to fair cornfed beeves.
$rt.5o7.60; good to choice range beeves,
$r?.Vfi2f; fair to goud rango beeves,
$'717.76; common to fair range beeves.
$. 16416.76: good to choice heifers. Id.OOts
7.26; good to choice cows, $o.7jM-; fair
to good cows. $6.00i)6.75; common to fair
cows. $4.00i(i.5.00: good to choice stockers
and feeders, $?.(, rK.L; fair to good
stockers and fcedeia. $6.8Oii7.60: common
to fair stockers and feeders. $:.7;o'6 7f,;
stock heifers, $5.25u6.2fi; stock cows, $4.76
6.75; stock calves, $6.0033.00; veal calves,
$7.00r,i9.00; bulls, stsgs, etc. $6.lMji.76.
HOGS In sympathy with slight ad
vances at other points the local market
opened out a big nickel higher, and before
the close strong comjiolition from all
buyers sold most of the offerings at a
flat dlino advance. Early bids were
more than steady, but before anything
sold prices were anyway be higher, and
as both shippers and packers wanted
hogs badly the big end of ths supply
moved at prices that were a dims higher
than yesterday's average. The general
market was mostly pic. higher than
Wednesday's average, closing active and
strong at the advance. Practically every
thing had been sold before 10 o'clock.
Bulk of the offerings moved at $7.1012
7.2, the long string being $7.16, and tops
reached $7.25. equalling the month's high
price. Values are now as high as they
hsve bein at any time during tha last
month, being abuut steady with the clone
of November, but a quarter higher than
tho first day of leccniber, the decline
on that day amounting to about 26c. For
the week to date the market shows an
advance of about lc. Current prices are
about 60c lower than at the opening of
Receipts were estimated at 151 ears, or
10,700 -head. The nineteen cars that ar
rived too late for yesterday's market are
Included In this, as are eleven cars that
came consumed direct to a packer from
another market point. For trTu week to
date tha total Is 36,700, a shortage of less
than 6.1MO as compared with last week,
hut mora than 4,l0 heavier than the cor
resiKinding week of last year.
Generally, It was an active market,
with prices on both sheep and lambs
steady to strong compared with, the gen
eral trade on W ednnsday. Prices were a
little higher than on tha close yester
usy, bin lolly steady Willi the nigh tune.
It might be noted that severs! cars of
lambs on Wednesday's market sold a flat
quarter lower during tha closing trade.
The moderate run today put back all of
yesterday' decline, with the result that
current quotations are practically steady
with tha close of last week on lambs.
Kwes are possibly a dime higher than
last Friday. Tha range of prices on
lambs this morning was at $H.454j8.Tj0, with
two cars of Scott's Bluff offerings bring
ing the latter figure. Tho bulk of ths
led western awes moved at $6.6to.60. a
shipment of yearlings brought $7.66, sad
some clipped lambs sold at $7.76. Trade
being lively, moat everything was cleaned
up by 10:30 o'clock.
Quotations on sheen and Ismbs: Iambi.
good to choice, $8.4041.60; lambs, fair to
good. $8.0t4jw.40; feeders, fair to good,
ft. boo 7. 90; yearlings, good to choice. .M
7.40; yearlings, fair to good, $6.ri0rMi.yu;
yearlings, feeders, $6.752.26; Wethers.
good to choice, $.254.60; wethers, fair to
good, $6.00VI.36; wethers feeders, $4.40jjl
$.00; ewes, good to choice, $S.toe6.70; ewes,
fair to good, $5.104j6.40; awes, feeders,
CHICAGO LIVI3 STOCK MARKBT
Day'i Session Ends Dullest Year on
Exchange Sines 1878.
MORE ACTIVE THAN BEFORE
Short Interest ladserd to lever
More of II. Oatsiandln Commit
ment and "elllns; Press ere
NEW TORIC, Dec. 31.Wlth the cl "Sc
of today's stsgnant market ended the
dllest year on the stock exchange since
)s,H. Total snles of stocks for that er
lod spproxlmatcd 4Simoon) shares as
compared with a little over 83.Oni.nflo last
T1"-. - ,!on1 transactions aggregated
about $uy.(ii.i,(m agaloKt a total of about
$..vt,i(i.(iii In 1913.
Today's session was slightly more nc
ttve than that of yeterday. The mnv
mnt was ali-o featurelens, however, apart
form Its fu'rly fine undertone In leading
stocks and icurrcnt weakness In tbe
Gold group, Missouri Pacific fallng to the
lowest price n Its history, with sympa
tb'lo wesknes In allied Issues.
The short Interest in the market was
induced to cover more of Its outstanding
commitment and selling pressure relaxed
except In the Isolated instsnces already
Money Was In greater supply than Issues
at the year end. Loans on collateral
composed entirely of Industrials, were
made at 4 per cent for four to six monthi
where the secur.ty wss of higher gracV
this rate was shaded. Coll money wss
far In excess of all requirement,..
I'orelgn newa reflected im reancd con
fidence. I,ondn!i making active prepara
tions for reumptlon of market trading
and Paris showing marked Improvement
In ita banking position.
The bond market was Irregular, because
of tho weakness In low price lxsues.
Total sales, par valoe, were $l.l1t.in.
I'nlted States gnv rnntPiit registered 4
gained per tent on call.
Number of sales ami leading quotation
on stocks were:
Alnrka riolit o,:.nn
An sls.rtliitrd Copper .... ;(. ,'IVI
Am lleet Sujnr 1,6'W
Ail r!-n t'sn tt.l
Amprlran H A ft
Am. M R. pM
Am feitir Hnfinlnf
Amerlrna T. T
llalllmnra A- Ohio
llro.,kiyn Haplit Tr
(altfnrnla I'etmloum ....
Chapaka . Ohio,
til.ao U W
Clilieso. M. A St. P....
tilrai a NonhMRra
I 'loralo Kual Iron....
f'olnraiVi A Hniitharn....
lnar II Io OrHtide. . . .
Donver t H. O. ptct
ICallllera' Heiurlt lea ....
tiraat Northern ptd
t;rat Nortliern lira otfli.
Intel bormixh Mat. t4...
ir-'ptrauon topper ......
hfcnaaa ttjr BXiuUrara . . . .
"IxMilavllla tt Nashvllls.
Missouri, K. A T
New York centre!
N. v.. N. II. A II
Norfolk tr Waatern
Paclflo T. T
l'ullmaa Palare Oar
Ray La. Ceppar
iHepubila Iran A Bal...
Itoek Want Oa
Reck lalana Co. ptd
Ht. L. S. r. 84 M...
t nlon Kariria
Union Paciuu pfd
t'nltae Hiun Staal
V B. Klaal prt
t'tah Cop par
Waatera l oioa me
Wiatlnihouaa Claeirlo .. uo
Total ssiss lor tha day,
... .,. .....
...... a..., .....
...... ..... .....
too si" "ij"
l.fte sst, tlx,
""ino isi" i.U"
joo "aiv, M
"'j(i0 't.ii 'iii,
i 6'. "i'i
.i"0 "iis 'ii'i
'" iia'vi Yv:
...... ..... .....
'"ioo iio" J.io'
...... ..... .....
ton tk ' M',
loo w M
I. loo n vvi
"0 10444 iin'i
me 11 i6ot
10 J.Htj Ins,,
$,J 143V 1U
"i.'ooo "i" "i"
l.KU K I IV,
00 824 "ai
4,w ii 'H"
!"n isii. IMS
1.4W) 491 41
DRADSTIt KET'S TRADE REVIEW
MoveraeBts la More Important
(hannels Are Klow.
NEW YORK. Dec. Sl.-Bradstreefs to
morrow will say:
Inventory taking la the rulo and there
fore movements in the more Important
IndusUial and commercial channels are
slow, but the most significant fact is
that practically all lines and sections,
save tha south, look for Improvement
after January 1-gradual perhaps at first,
but expanding as the season for spring
buying progresses. At the moment, how
ever, distribution Is mainly from retail
purveyors by whom aacrltlcs sales are
being pushed, with negatively favorable
results at most centers, the range being
from poor in the south to active in the
west, where the full force of remoncra
tlve prices for wheat are exhibited. It
is noteworthy that reports from some
po nts Indicate that Christmas trade was
better than anticipated, but In general
suo i returns, especially from Industrial
centers, discloss that buying was limited
p"oyment?anCO WUh 1UClt r ,te,kdy em
W heat exnorta far tho wAi ..... -
o I . 'Z.- - V. ".". l,w,-
uuoiiois, against ,a0l,tl2 bushels
Business failures In the
CHICAGO. Dec. M.-CATTLF-Reeept,
$.000 head: market firm: native ateera.
$a.6iUD.!)i; western, $.-).00tr7.U: cows anj
ni-iiiT:n ewiinii'i caives, ai.Duiiriv.uu.
UOGS-Recelpts, 32.0uO head; market
firm, 10c to I5o hlyher; bulk of sales,
I7.IOW1.3U; lkxht, $i.HF,'(t'7.30: mixed, $6. not
7.36, heavy $6.9f01.lKi; rough. $6.9rytr7.tll;
pigs. $6 fsnji.an
SHEEP AND LAM IIS Receipts. 10v.)
bead; market strong; a hep, fe.tnft&!i0;
yearlings. $6.90tr 00; lambs, $T.0tu 6.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
ICANSAS CITT. Mo.. Dec. SI -CATTLE
Receipts, 1,600 head; market higher;
prime fed steers, $9 OO'qlO.uo; dressed bwf
bteers, $7.Xii.00: western steers. 17 ia,,a
00; stockers and feeders, $6.264u).0i); buUa.
$i.2.-,Ji 75. calves, $6.00-490.00.
HOGB Receipts. 600 head; market
higher: bulk of sales. a1.1(ii7.2S: knv
$7.1.80; packers and butchers, $7.16i
7.80- light, $7.1IKXfJ)7 26: Pigs. $6 a6'rt."6.
SHEEP AND IAMBS-Receipta, $600
head; lamba steady; sheep 16o higher;
lami s. Is oiK-rpx no; yearlings, $6 5. ,'.60,
wetherf, $(.5vV6.b0, ewes, $5.S6.00.
St. Lewis Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 81. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 2,000 head; market higher; native
beef steers. $7.6wj10.u0: cows and heifers.
$j.Ooii9.75; Texas and Indian steers. 17
7 15: southern, $4.00a-0.t0; native calves,
nous iiecetpts, t,tig need; market
higher; pigs and lights, $6.iMcr7.S; mixed
and butchers, f7.15.jl. 40; good heavy, rr.2a
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, l.TOf)
head; market steady: native muttons. $4 75
Y7b; lambs. $6 -6 4.86, yearlings, f7.la
t. Joseph Lire Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Dec. 8 1 C A TTLK
Receipts, 1.1n head; market ateadv;
steers, $7 Wrq lOHO; tow s and heifers. $4.60
4.1 7b: ralves. $6. 0u 60.
IKK $ Kwccipts. 16,-t') head: market
Strong: top, $7.8u; bulk. $7o.4r7 2Tv
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.600
head; market m'o , la in is. fs.il-t.' 8 i.
n. ii. u . ciates
vw umymi were bll. comnap.l
:lt5 4? yea?! ' C SKSS
Ne.w York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Dec, 8L MONEY Time
loaiui, easy; 60 and SO days. 8U4j4 n,r
cent; six months. SVu-t per cent. Cull
money sleauy; high. 3 ir cent; low
Per cent; ruling rate. S per cent- 'last
loan. 3 per cent; closing bid, 2.c; offered
at 3 per cent.
MERCANTILK PAPER 4474'jj per rent
STERLING EXCHANGE Easy' 00-day
hills. $4.82; (or cables. $4.8615; fur demand
SILVER Bar. 48c; Mexican dollars.
BONDS Government, firm; railroad Ir
regular. LONDON Dee. 31. SILVER Bar. 11-16.1
per ounce. Money, 1 per cent. Discount
rates: Short bills, 24 per cent; three
mourns, -7 per cent.
OMAHA, Deo. 31. Bank clearings for
Omaha today were $2,962,730.3L The cor
responding day last year was New
Year's. Tbe total rlea rings for the
month of December were $77,449,810.51, and
for the corresponding month last year
were $76,.12.1.032 67. The total clearings
for the year 1914 were $sx2,717.ln.)a., and
for tbs year 1913 were $9o8.W7,6u9.'(5.
NEW YORK, Dec, StCoffee futures
were steadier. Trading waa quiet, but
there appeared to be some scattering cov
ering for over the holidays, and there
mav hava been a little Iran buying on the
failure of predicted weakness to develop
In primary circles before the beginning
of the new year. After openln gat an,
advance of 5 to t points, the market
showed little feature, however, and
sagged off a point or two on some posi
tions, with the close 2 to 6 points net
higher. Sales,. S.260 bags. January, 6.94c;
February, 6.03c; Mrrch, .12c; April .23c;
May, 32o; June, .22c; July. 7.16c; August,
7.34o; September, 7.32c; October, T.SHe;, No
vember. 9.44c. Hivot Quiet; Rio No. 7, 7c;
Santos No. 4, 9",o. Rio No. T, lower at
$7.60; Santos unchanged.
' Metal Market.
NEW YORK, Dec. 31. METALS Lead,
quiet at $i.i:ti3 85; London, il9. Spelter,
quiet at $a.6u''5.60; lindon, t27 lis. Tin.
quiet at $32.6vm 33.60. Copper, dull at $12.71
&U.2t; casting, $117&al3.12'.-. Iron, quiet
At London: Spot copper. 56 12s d. Fu
tures, i67. Tin, snot 146 6s: futures, 142.
ST. LOPli, Dec. Sl.-METALS-I.cad,
firm at $3.uy.; si-elter. unsettled at $.6.aJ
Evaporated Ailes and Dried Fralla
NEW YORK. Dec. 31. EVAPORATED
DK1KD Kltl'lTS Prunes firm. Apn
ools and peaches struct) Raislna Il ia,
but quid. '
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