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Tlffi ftEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, FKHIUTAKY 12, 1915.
INDIAN C'RIO!-Rr colla tion about
nn hundred rrtercs ol rare specimens of
bead work, etc., for lot. acreage, auto, dia
mond, or what have you to offer? Ad
dress 8. C- "T, car Omaha Bee.
MANDOLIN, fine om, for V or ex
change for diamond ring; aIo tl.'iO
phonograph, sell or exchange for dla
mond. will trad both. Address 8. O.
1!, PN. .
MAH K1ANY buffet, I a beauty, almost
new, for diamond. Jewelry, or what have
you to offer? Address 8. C SOS, car
Omaha Be. V
MOTORCTCLKK Twin Excelsior motor
cycle with aid car, swap for auto
north $725. FonV preferred. Address 8.
ORI KN TAL ruga, genuine antique and
verr beautiful, rare design, to trada
for used furniture, diamonds, merchan
dise; or what have you? Addreaa 8. C.
0"4. rare Omaha Pee.
PIANO Wellington piano, lined 6 months,
tit, guaranteed 10 years. Want trade for
diamond or ell for cash only. A bargain.
Piano cost new. Address H. C. 614, Pes.
PIANO Swap on a lot, balance monthly.
Add reus 8. C. , P.
PIANO In nocd order, will swap for an
auto to make a truck out of. will py
soms difference for ao extra Rood car.
Address 8. t 09, Bee.
PIANO as first payment on an old run
down house ana Jot, must be cheap and
well located. I will pay the balance
monthly. I am a cajpenter and can fix
up the place myself. Address 8. C. 61ft, Pee.
PLAYER PIANO A good standard player
piano to no saorincoa at ones or would
trade for diamonds or cow or horse as
wo are going to the coast. Must dlsposd
' i , k "II.... J. V -. ,iu, i "
REST At' RANT DISHES-About 600 pieces
of hotel or restaurant heavy weight
china plates, eup .and saucers, sugars,
treairer, side dishes, bakers, etc, all or
any part of it, to trade tor anytiTlng that
I mlulit be able to use. or cheap for cash.
What have you? Address a. C, 602, car
Omaha Hee. - -
RUBBER BOOTS Have good pair el
rubber boots almost new will sell or
trade for something 1 can use; In good
condition; else "4j. 6. C. 4.M, Bee.
KI, in BRA8H Jardlnier, a beauty, worth
$35, brand new, to trade. What have you
to swap? Also one brass candelabra, new,
for five candles, and one combination
candciabra, heavy quadruple-plated silver,
can be used either as single candlestick
or for three candies, a flno ornament on
the table or on the mantle or on top of
the piano. Will trade for used furniture.
or anything of value to me. Address
H. C. 606, care Omaha Bee.
JSOLII) copper ctinfmy dlsli. with copper
bordered delft blue tile tray and alcohol
filler, all in copiwr, famous Sternau New
York mrke, to trade for furniture, dishes
or anything that I might be able to use.
Address S. O. 601, Omaha Bee.
TYPEWRITER Oliver (Standard Visible
A1 liter, only slightly used and as good
fis new Cheap for cash or will trade.
What have you? Address. Iri. C. 45!. Bee.
SIGNS, showcards. Clark 6 Bon. D. 13781
TEN ACRES fruit amlgaf-den In euI?
coast country; cost W60; will sell for '
or trade for whet have you.' K, Omaha
Pee, Council Bluffs, J a.
TWENTY -ACRES OF LA.ND-Unln-cumbored.
located In the famous John
Iay district, near the Columbia river In
Oregon. Title perfect; valued at 50 per
acre: will sell or exchange for clear
Omaha lot, or what have you. , Address
A 891. Bee.
TWENTY acres rich truck land, near
Gulf, j miles from Robatown, Tax.
Address; 8. C. 1525, Bee.
WOULD trade 10 acres of good land rent
close to Iaks View, Ore., for car, road
ster preferred. Address O. E J, 1128 J
fit., Lincoln, Neb.
WINCHESTER, REPEATER, 13 guage,
will swap for atf.nethlng of the value
of 112. or cash, shell rest thrown In. All
In good condition. 8. C. 8T8. Bee.
Investors with mccev read the Real
Estate ads In The Bee. Advertise your
property for. quick sale. ,
( ' Apartments and Flats.
Fidelity Storage Co
orap-, moving, packing and .shipping.
16th A Jackson Bta, Phone Douglas 2&
COD EN ANNKX, Council BiUlf , . iwrul
with kitchenette, steam heat. Phone 644,
4-r., modern flat, tto a. 24th, W. H. 4TU.
FOR RE-NT Most beautiful, finely fin
ished and up-to-date S. 4 and s-room
arartmenta in city. Building J 'Jet fin
ished. Flora Apartments. Su6l Jones fit.
K'iiMsHKD KOO.U, U.t.d. 4.1 North
31 s Ave.
NICELY furnished rooms. 1 621 8. 16th.
MADISON 21t and Chicago; steam heat;
flO mo. and up; cafe in connection. D.tol.
I i iKtijj?t nuibLi, uuncu jiiuiLs, Lm u
heated rooma K per week, pnone tw.
La Verna, 1.1 Cap., front rms. Stem, ht
ONE large room, private family. D.
B1NGLH or en suite. 611 N. ISth St.
'West Farnam, nice warm, fur. rm., walk-
lng distance, reasonable price, tail H.ttai.
THE COLLINS "ateam fct.. nicely furn.
roomsL Good location. 2406 Harney.
Furnlauetk lliiuxkn-jiloa Uessu,
North 84th. 47u Btam-heated fur rooms.
THREE housekeeping rooms, steam heat,
cleclrig light. 216 N. 2th.
DA'V E N PO RT 201-TWO NICELY FUR
NISHED HdKP. RMS., t3.50.WEEK.
1 lluekerplng Mwoms.
tLEEPINQ and housekeeping rooms, fur
nuue heat. U5 S. ietn. Tyier ItCl-W.
Ilolrl. Aixirinarai. '
CAl.l ' i A Hr,il. Uih guii i si.rornls,
.Weekly rfttes t2 and up, Dougiss 7iA
I'O POL li'Ht,i- MuiMm nfcaaola
. Foralskied tfetasea.
NICE furnUoed fr-room cottage. 8918 U
Kt., Koutn Omaha. Webster 6i30.
ALL sloes, U per month up. US'. Paxton.
STRICTLY modern Moom cottage, het
water heat; close in, walking distance,
403 L)zcoln Blvd.. t& Apply W. H.
I-Hirrance. Doi-g. m. or Harney
-r., modern. 71 8. J7th St. 7-r., modern,
a..,, ( .. . ..aH Inn. t inn 'ul' ,i Uf.tMt
li-8u 8. ISth, r., brick, partly modern,
extra choice. o
IslS VVoolworth Ave., rooms, mod., J-
3H16 peward, rooms, bam. 1.
I.u M ilh l t rtvonis. 112. bO. '
H6 a "2t-th. U rooms. ia Others.
itlisovr Ai, t , tiranoeis i neater nmg.
U-ROOM modern house, with barn, hot
water heat. 261 Harney St., vacant
Marcn L Inquire T. J. O Brien. H. luM.
Stoi-es. roovea, pucks, ships: i-hcrse van
and 3 men. 11. 8 ()er nr.; storage l per
ir9. Satisfaction guar. D. 4338 s Ty. tJ.
J. C. Reed
Cip. tso., inovlng,
packing A siora.
IAT7 Farnam. D. ii
i T Movinit
uuruuii Y anLo.
tit N. 11th bt
Phone D W or Web. IAA
ISO 6-room and laundry, all rood, except
furnace. t7 Clilcago. (Jail H. leue.
Unnsua"' Pai ts of tne city.
Van and &Ln.
MS Co Large
van. S if i
per nr.; uiay. I men, iLa par lir. i,u
Webster. Doug. 14S4.
1X)BI1ENT , .;
We have a complete liat of all houses,
apartments and flats that are for reut.
This list can be seen froa oc charge at
Omaha Van A Morale Co.. SU So. :ih 81.
i-rooiu cottJige. 671 North
k t.tn bt.. no.
tore m4 Ulfloea.
I-owntown store a L. II. Hill. t Bran. Th.
READY February ifth,
w"!.. wivn reception room; now being
c.:ortx1 ; LTO in. it - tin.
THE hEK BUll-DINO.
'The building that la always new."
FARM A Rttl l.AM) FOR 9 ALB
TO ETTLERS ON LYW-aeret for W0:
rich corn, alfalfa and wheat land, no
ssnd. J. A. Tracy. Ft. Morgan. Colo.
W have letter from one of our agents
today in which says: "Have nine ex
cellent prospects going to Florida with
us on our next excursion. These people
going Is the result of trip Mr. Combs
made to Inspect our land two weeks
This man was so well pleased with
what he saw that he purchased 120 acres.
And von would be surprised and de
lighted to see fruit upon the trees, green
gardens, glowers and summer sunshine,
while we In the north are Just recovering
from the last hllzxard.
Last month there were lO.Ono acres
Planted to potatoes In our section of
rtoruia. Tnis will be followed arter bar
vest by corn, hay. melons, sweet pota
toes and other crepe. Three crops a
year may be grown on these lands and
bypmper rotation the lsnd la Improved.
We think we can say without qualifica
tion, that we have the best undeveloped
tract of land In the south. We have the
soil and we have the location and when
it comeq to naming prices, we Kara no
We have sold off the timber and de
sire to close up the affairs of the com
pany. JOIN OUR EXCURSION. FEB. 1TH,
and see for yourself if what we say I
For further Information, write or call,
BENSON & CAEMICHAEL,
642 Paxton Block,
GOOD lt.nd, close to B R. town, !n acres,
$400. 16 monthly; 40 acres, 1700, i $10
monthly; 80 acres, fl.ZOO; no Interest, no
taxes, no forfeiture; best bargain In
South Missouri; literature free. D, Mer
rlam, Ellis Sc Benton. Kansas City. Kan.
SECTION Kimball Co. nross. H01 Paul.
' Upper Wisconsin
Best dairy and general crop state In the
union; settlers wanted. Lands for sale at
low prices on easy terms. Ask for book
let No. 34 on Wisconsin Central . Land
Grant. Excellent lands for stock raising.
K Interested In fruit lands ask for book
let on Apple Orchards. .Addreaa Land and
Industrial Department. Boo Line Railway,
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED To borrow $3u0 for 1 year at
per cent, to buy cattle. Address
Charles H. Miller, Alma. Neb.
WANTED TO RENT
YOUNG man wishes to rent a piano for
two hours' practice in the afternoon.
Address C 638. Bee.
A nnril) arm rliiu. to Omkh,. not la r..r
.rr. AHdeeaa K1. ATM. Uma. 'l
WANTED TO RENT A farm of 80 or 120
acres In northeast or east central part
of Nebraska; must be good land wltn
good buildings; no hills. Address O MS Bee.
WANTED by the week, email thoroughly
modern furnished housekeeping apart
ment with private bath by codple with
one well behaved child, 1 years old. Ad
dress Y 3b, Bee.
FOB BALE OR RENT.
FOR BALE or Rent, 6-room cottage, 671
North 46th St. Teims, $300 cash and
monthly payments. Inquire at once.
Walnut tm. .
ABSTRACTS OF TTTXiBt
REED- Abstract -Co., oldest abstract of,
flee In Nebraska. H06 Brandele Theater.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. XS k lttn fit.
Thone 'ltfUglas 647. ,
REAIi ESTATE LOANS
CITY anu laim loau. . oW, per cent.
J. H. Dumont A Co.,10u Farnara. Omaha
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnum Smith 4. Co.. i2V Farnam. '
tluu to llO.uug wade protnpUy. F. D. Weed,
Wead Bide., Utta and Farnam BU.
WANTED City loatta Peters Trust Co.
CM AH A horues. East Nebraska I arm.
O KEEFE REAL EdTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Natl. Douglas 1715.
ilvO to IlO.OuO made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Lidg.,. ltli and "'ainam tits.
QAEV1N BEOS SSSC
BEE us first if you want a farm loan.
United States Trust Co. Omaha, Nsb.
citv iiiuR c n rmwiv
SlO-Sli Brundels Theater Bldg.-
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H Thomas, a State Bank Bldg.
UO.Naf ou nana tor city and farm loans.
H. W. binder, CIvy Natl. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
INVITE YOU -
TO. SHAKE .
TILE PROFITS WITH US
The 'prospect for a good year In th
real estate line the coming year are ex
cellent, and anyone Investing with u
will share altli In th profit in propor
tion to the shares of stock held. You
are absolutely guaranteed
7 1 Dividend
and are entitled to a division of th
profit above - the T per cant, -which
should pay you about 10 per cent the
coming year. 'You can invest in amount
of M0 or more in our profit sharing plan,
which put you oa th same basis as an
Investor with a larger amount of money.
Be or writ u about It.
Authorised capital, t300.0OQ.00.'
Hastings & Heyden
1614 HARNET STREET.
On S3d 61. between California and Web
ster 6u, east front, on car line, paved
street. Each flat contains rooms, fin
ished In oak; tile bathroom floor; modern
and complete in every detail. An ideal
Investment for the man with a reason
able amount of cash to pay down. In
come, to4 per year. Do not fall to see u
If your money i not earning per cent
net to you. 1 hi building is rented to de
sirable tenants for one year. It only
takes about I2.6u0 rash to handle this
Hastings & Heyden
1614 Harney ft.
DO you want a fine spartmeut siie close
lu: block it wet of P. o ; h fet front
on Dodge; fin corner. Price fc.fru. J 471
ItKAf, KSTATF NORTH PIPE
Miller Park District
New ! V ln. i. y., .riru Vltl
he higher In the spring.
USt Laurel avenue, a beautiful sw
frame and stucco bungalow, modern in
every respect, several "built-in' features,
fine ok finish, oak floors, large attic.
Easy terms to good party.
JV7 Crow-n Point, bungalow with large
living room, dining room, kitchen, bath
and two fine bedrooms, beautiful oak
finish, full basement, brick fireplace,
built-in buffet and bookcases.
Krmni Ave., fronting Miller Park, In
Relle Isle addition, west of 24th St.. a
fine stucco house, six large rooms, beau
tiful finish and floor every modern con
venience, large corner lot. beautiful
decoratlona You will Ilk thl house; it
Charles W. Martin &.0rf.t
Tyler W. 742 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
We have a practically new bouse with
reception halt living room, dining room,
kitchen, pantrv and entry on first floor:
two large bedrooms and bath on second
floor; large closets; good furnace; full
basement; shades; water meter, etc.;
aved street; close to school; t-bo cash,
nlance very low monthly payment. Lo
cated 8321 Ames Ave.
Norris & Norris
400 Bee Bldg.
Phone Douglas 4370.
5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE .
FOR ONLY $8,500.00
Three room and halt on first floor: t
roems and bath. Id floor: furnace heat:
full basement; east front lot 60x124 on 22d
St., near Kountse Park.
W. II. GATES, ,
847 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. ISM,
For 1260 cash, balano small monthly
payments, an all modern 6-room cottage,
with large basement and attic, on paved
street, east front. Price, $2,760. Located
1210 North 29tb street
Norris & Norris
400 Bee Building. Phone Douglas 4270.
Near 22d and Grand Ave., a dandy house
on a nice south front lot on paved street;
practically new; absolutely modern In
every respect; full cemented cellar and
flrab-claaa furnace. This la a fine little
home and th price I very low, making
it on of the best bargain in the north
part of town.
State Bank Bldg.
Bargain in Norwood
New. 6-room stuoco bungalow, every
thing modern: oak finish and oak floor
throughout; built-in bookcases; large at
tic; screen ana winnow shades; easy
Norris & Norris
400 Bee Bldg.
Phone Douglas 4274.
FOR SALEf Five-room, modern bungs.
low. In best condition; low prloe lor
quick sal. 181 Jaandaraon Bt. Tele
phone Web. 6ULH. .
Strictly modern oak finish, beautifully
decorated; large attlo can be made into
two large rooms, wltn lurnace neat al
ready installed; full basement: screens
and window shades; south front lot 60x
2. Located at iflo4 Fowler Ave. Price
13,250. Easy term. ,
Morris & Norris
400 Bee Bldg. Pbona Dougla 437a
REAL ESTATE SOUTH BIDE
. 2 to 5 R M.
New, Modern 5 and 6-Eoom
Houses on Dorcas Street, Be
tween 6th and 7th. .
These houses are close in, close to
car and school. A representative will
be on the ground to show you
through, quota prices and terms.
For special appointment call
American Security Co.
Douglas 601S or Wal. 8037 or Har.
Your Own Terms
Slz-rooin modern horn on Sth be
tween West Farnam and Field Club.
Dandy east front corner. Price, 14,000.
fcoo cash, M per month.
Glover & Spain
1 City National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas ta2.
KANSCOM PARK, (2,100.
Only on block from the bast Kid Park
car, a good substantial, S-roorn house, ail
modern except heat, lot 60x150, large
ahade trees front and back, and worth
easily ftuO more than th price asked, tie
4t quick. V
PAYNE INVESTMENT' COM PA NT,
Dougla mL . Ware Block.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
$35,000 to $50,000
Will .fh.li,. hmtu. . n k. k.
value for good land. Pleas give location,
price, etc, in first communication. Will
exchange all or any one 'of th above.
jidq rc. r viu, care m..
WOULD exchange a good rich farm for
to to Tt barrel flouring mill. Must be
money. Address Y. Bee. ,
Exchange on or all of tov house to
value of KiO.Uov for Inside acre or lots
or acreage good for platting. Give prloe,
location, eta., in first letter. Adiiiees S
11, car Bee. '
WE HAV13 good Giiuiha luuiun property,
consisting of dwellings and apartment
house, to exchange fur good improved
farm land in Nebraska, Iowa or Kastem
South Dakota, tiive full particular a
to improvements, price, etc.
SCOTT AND H1IX CO.,
1 Mu'sKue Bids.
A going bu.inees car. be soul quickly
tUrough Th Bee's "Business Chances."
HEAL F.STATK WEST SIT1K
For the careful buyer who wants to make
a selectkm for hie home within almost
walking dlatance of Omaha's business
Convenient to good schools and
churches: convenient to varleiis car lines;
adjoining Omaha's best residence dis
trict. A lot with SRWF.n. C1TT WATER
AND 8IPEWALKS. and street put to
established grade. A lot moderately re
stricted, but not too high to retard de
These feature ran be secured In a lot
In Poppleton Park Addition.
Th present low prices .will surprise
you. $5 to W. A few slightly higher.
110 down and 1& to in per month will
secure your lot t the present time. All
price to be raised within a few week.
Fifteen of these lots sold In January.
We will help you finance your home.
Phone Douglas 42.13 for description and
location of these lota
Shuler & Cary
OWNERS. STATE! BANK BU1LD1NO.
REAL ESTATE) DUNDEE.
This 1 a substantially built, welt ar
ranged, artiatio fram and stucco house
of t rooms.
Th first floor ha a large living room
with beamed celling and tapestry brlrk
fireplace; light, attraotlvo dining room
with the sun room opening out of IC
lfga pantry and convenient kitchen
with a great deal of cupboard room.
The second floor ha four good eixed
bedrooms, tile bath room and a sleeping
porch. IGasy stairway to floored attic.
Th finish of the first floor t osk with
th exception, of kitchen and pantry which
White enamel 1 th finish of th cond
floor with birch-mahogany door. Se
lected oak floor throughout.
Basement ha a fruit room, laundry
and furnace room with good hot water
The around have a south frontag of
7t ft., facing a park and avenue to th
soutn. tieautiiui shade trees.
Thl place ha never before bean offered
for sale, but as th owner Is about to
leave the city he ha Instructed us to sell
This 1 your chano to secure on of the
most attractive homes In Dundee at a
very favorable price.
Phone us and we will make arrange,
tnenta for you to see thl place.
George & Company
902 City National Bank Bldg.
Phone Dougla 7u6. . 1
RBAIi ESTATE WANTED
WE can't supply the demand for house
that can be bought for from fl.209 to
$2,b00 on term from 1100 to 2b0 cash for
quirk sale. Be us today.
: THE VOGEL BJCALTT AQENCT,
1016-M W. O. W. Bldg. . o
REAIi ESTATE ACREAGE
t TO 10 acre near car line; good for
platting, p. 847.
NOTICE OF BTOCKliOLDEBS' MEliT
' ' 1NO.
Notlc I heroby given that th regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
South Piatt Land company will b held
at the office of said company at Lincoln.
Nebraska at eleven o'clock a. m. on th
third day of March, A. D. la 15.
C. H. WOHRILL, President
A. B. MINOR, Secretary.
Lincoln. Nabraaka, February 1, llt '
TREET'S THADB REVIEW
Gala la Trade Continue ( Small
NEW, YORK, Feb. 11. liradstreet'e Re
view tbia week will say 1
Gains in trade continue of a mall,
though cumulative character, with aotuat
improvement attll trailing behind opti
mistic sentiment. Likewise, Indistrlos,
notably iron and steel, ctke, textile ana
automobile manufacturing are rounding
Into better shape, out conceded ly at a
low pace, and- in consequence unemploy
ment, the proportions of which protiably
have been over exaggeratd by many
Is giving way to increased employment
and large -payroll. While cereal farm
er have profited from high price for
wheat they do not display unwonted ac
tivity in purchasing goods, and the vol
ume of business coming front that source,
relatively good though It is, hardly ful
fills highly keyed anticipations.
Wheat export for (Tie week ending
February 11. were 9,708.tU bushels,
against 4.002,408 bushel a year ago.
liuaines failures for the week (five
days). In ' the United State were 4.1S,
compared with 8L8 laat year; In Canada,
fifty-four, -compared with forty last
' Coffee Market.
NEW YORK, Feb. 11. COKFEK There
was further liquidation and scattered
trad selling in tit market for coffee
future har today, which seemed to be
Inspired by a further sharp docline In
the rate of Rio exchange on London and
prediction of a further decline In cost
and freight offers. Th market opened
at a decline of 2ii point and closed at
a net loss' of lOI points. Sales, Xi.ZM)
bale; February, Mo; March, b.bna; Airll,
6. ff7o; May, i.76c; June, .76c; July, !6c;
August, .2c; September, .Iftc; October,
7.06c; November, 7.11c; December, 7.1So.
fcipot. Irregular; Rio, No. 7, 7c: Santos,
No. 4. Mio. Today cable reported Hlo
exchange on London at 12H1, Milrel
price were rels higher at Rto, but
unchanged at (Santo. '
' ' . Metai Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. 1L MET A 1 Lead,
steady; t3.7on;4 86; London, 11 If, 3d,
fpelter. firm; W 15fee.4; Iondon, a'W Us.
Tin. easy; five-ton lota : IJM .tu; 2f
ton lots offered at l7.tA; London, siyt,
177; futres. 154 lis. Copper, steady; elec
trolytic, Mt.;Vm4.7l; casting.
I46JV-; London, spot, 3 6s; futures, 61
16s. Iron, steadv and unchanged.
BT. LOriB. Feb. 11 -ME TA LR-Lead.
strong; X7(U3 7ij. Spelter, (l.OlxiiS.lO.
t. Joeeoh Live I took Market.
8T, JOSKPH, Feb. lL-CATTLE-R
Oelpls , Ltta) head; market strong;' steers,
tS h"v rows and heifers, J4.OOija.ot,
HOtlB Keelpts 4.600 head: nmrket
lower: top, Vi so; bulk of sales, $S.frai.4o. i
BitEEP AND LAMBS KocelpU, 40O9
heed; nmrket steady; lambs, t7.aOtiS.0O.
' M la nea polls Grata Market.
MIVNlfJPI ll.lH S-.K 11 luuci'p '
- v. , "-. " . 1 I .V. 1
May, W.61'4 asked; July. H.4bV.ai.414 bid;
io. ii4ruv vi.vuia, no, i normrn, vi.oivk
tfl.ttH:. No. 2 northern. tl.iWtl.lZ.
HRAN-I4.00. i v (
Ct)RN No. yellow, Txunrie.
OATH No. I white, s7Ha;.
FLAX-41 .Ufa 1.87.
t. Lowl Ural Market.
BT. LOUIS. Feb. 11. WHEAT No. J
red. U.W; No. 1 hard, 1.61a4.J; May.
Il.f; July, 1.H4, ,
CORN -No. t. 7(",ic; No. I whit. 1 780
THc: May, 0V, July, l-a2c.
OAT8-N0. 2. ttVjo; No. 2 whit.
Brsserslei Apples a ail DHe4 Fralts
NEW YORK. Feb, IL-EVAl'ORATliD
r'Kli-jn Fitl'ITS Prune, stea.lv. Ap
ricots aud peaches, quiet. Hatsloa, steady.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET!
Wheat, After Wavering on Edge,
Drops from Two to Two and
CORN ALSO TAKES SLIGHT DROP
OMAHA, Feb. 11. 1SU.
There are reporta of an Invasion of
locust In the north of Argentine. Argen
tina has S,000,10 bushels of old-rop
corn still on hand, and the exnortahie
surplus of the crop now nearly ready for
oc nnrvrater is placed at z.MRm,oio buen
ele. The exports of the old corn have
been 14J.0OO.OUO bushels.
There was considerable liquidation In
cats on the part of local houses, but the
price loss Was small. The seaboard re
ported am.noo bushels for export. There
was a cargo of wheat sold to go out via
the gulf and 12&,iii0 bushis of corn and
8..0ii bushels of oats. Th total sales or
corn here were ZA.Wt bushel, fcxport
bnalnes In oats was large.
In hog products there wss a further
moderate volumo of scattered liquidation
and considerable short selling by several
local traders, particularly of May and
July pork. There waa rather free buying
of ribs and lard, attributed to packer.
Cash trade was alow In meats.
. Omaha Spot Market Wheat was tQCHo
Corn was UTHc lower.
Oats were unchanged to V4 higher.
Clearances were: Wheat and Hour,
equal to SM.00Q bu.; corn, 61,000 bu.; oau,
Liverpool closing: Wheat, not quoted;
corn, unchanged to Vid higher.
Primary receipt ana shipment not re
ported. CARLO T RECK1PT8.
Wfteat Corn. Oats
Bt lxuls ....
Theae cash - -' -- r.n-- .. - -.
J heat-No. I nard winter: 1 car, ll.W.
No J hard winter: 1 oar, II.W; 1 ear,
V V No. 2 durum: I car, 11.63. Corn
..a. I white: 1 car (sd), 16c; t car (ed,
Yc; 1 car, 74Vo. No. & white: 1 car, 7c;
No. yellow: 10 cars, Hc; I ear, 71Vi0.
No. t yellow: 3 cars, 7Hc. No. mixed: 1
car (near white), lie; oar (near white),
i2'c; 2 car (near white), Tia; i car
near white), 2c; 7 ear. 7IV4c; 1 car. 71 '4a
No. 4 mixed: 1 car. 7t4o. No. B mixed: 1
car, 71o. Oats Standard: 1 car, J7o; 1 car,
f7c; 1 car, fc. No. S whit, i cars, 6Mic.
No. 4 white: 4 csr. WVo. Mixed: 1 car.
Me. Saml: 3 ears, o; 1 car, Mo.
Rye-No. 2: 1 car. U.S4.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 1
hard. II.Wul.M: No. t hard. ll.Rtfl M:
No. hard, I1.HW1.66; No. spring, ILM
KiXi: No. I durum, U.lWsl.U: No. I
durum, $1.60Ol.tL Com: No. 1 1 white.
74fr5; No. 3 whit. 74H74a;JNo. 6
whit, 7Jifr74ic; No. 4 white, 7tf7mi:
No. t white, 732?7SHc; No. whlt. 730
7c; No. 1 yellow. li&no; No. 3 yellow,
71(37ac; No. I yellow. .lHlo; No. i
yellow. 71tt7mc; No. 6 yellow, mrwiVi;
No. yellow, 7Wlr71c; Mo. 1 mixed. 71
T2e: No. t . mixed. TlHrfflTiSc; No. J
mixed, y7114(f7m,c; No. 4 mixed. Tuyrivtc;
No. 6 mixed, 717M4r; No. mixed, 70n
71c. Oats: No. 3 white,. oTtaWae; tand
ard, &6Vu57o: No. 3 white, WUwlHc; No.
4 white, 6fldiWc.' Barley. Malting. 773
S3c; No. 1 feed, eTifjTSc, Ry; No. 1.23
VIM; N'08, M.22&U.23.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feat a re f the Tradtac aad Cloelagj
Price on Board of Trrnae.
CHICAOO, Feb. 1L Peace discussion In
the British Parliament coming . immedi
ately after demands In th Prussian Dtt
that the war be stopped, cut a figure to
day In lowering the price of wheat. Final
quotation wero heavy at IH4r:io under
last nlxhL Corn closed fea off. oata at
o decline to a shade uivance and pro
visions at a ris oi ic to atou,c.
It waa In the trading Just before th
end of the se union that peace news took
most effect Until that time decline had
not averaged 2 He New from London,
however, of th Questioning of the British
toreign minister In reaard to terma on
which the war might cease waa followed
nere immediately by sharp additional
break In price. Virtually all aupport waa
wnnnrawn ana tne market as a whole
would not receive the offering of belated
Disappointing Liverpool ' cable had
started the wheat bull to unloading a
soon, as trading began. More serious at
tention than at first seemed likely waa
being given to the possibility of enlarged
Russian shipments from Archangel and
Vladivostok. Besides, offer of wh.ar
from Kansas, Nebraska and Indiana were
said to show an Increase. Export sales
at th seaboard brought about temporary
rames, due were losi sight OC aungetner
when attempts at stop-loss selling flur
ried the pit at the wlndup. .
Better industrial demand helped to sus
tain the corn market. Depression ef
wheat, though. Was too severe an influ
ence to be entirely overcome. European
buying at the seaboard put firmness Into
oat. It wa a coincidence that on of
the principal eastern road cancelled no
tlc of an amuargo on oat fur export
Packer' buying lifted provision. There
war alien of a notable falling off in th
movement of hog to market. '
Closing prloe on option:
Articlel Open. I High. Ixw. Close t Ve'y.
1 87 1 37 1 36 15 153
0J l 80 '80 Ml
' Hl . ' 81 Vi Ufc
1 ! S0T4 BJ3
, 67H . tH'M . blS ' tTi 17
1 m 19 If 80 1 10 18 87
19 25 l67Vk llli 19 47V U 80
10 m 11 30 10 8?4 It 12 10 82V.
10 87V4 11 80 J 10 17V 11 26 U 00
10 15 10 87h1 10 16 1(7 ley, W 17V4
io 4 io eav io 40 io tt 10 v
wiius .m.ma rnuw-w neat: wo. I red.
lUfiiral.tBVi; No. 2 hard, ll.61iiJl.83V4, Corn.
No. 4 yellow, 7ft-uvic; No. 4 white, not
quoted. Oats: No. I white. 0C'i&rt4c; No,
4 white, WaWAC Ryr No. 2, $1.27. Bar-
1 v k B rf.' IMmAlku . f;.. ....
- rt . v i eJiWI'.!.'
clover, fl2.00pl4.00. Provision: pork,
H7.0i-al8.7v; urd, l0.72V4tf 10.J6; rib, 9.26
butter Lower; crearosry, UQne.
EOQ8 Lower; receipts, 9.638 cases; at
mark, cases Included, HSi.3o; ordlnarv
firsts, 21 V(i2o: firsts, tic. , '
POTATO Kd Higher; receipt, 15 car
Michigan and Wisconsin red. 4fj-t3c;
MMilgan and Wisconsin white, 401M.C.
POULTRY-AUv. lower; prln; l6o;
fowl, 14c. .
' New York Oeaeral Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. U.-tJUQAR-There
was a further sharp decline In sugar fu
tures at th opening, todsy, but after
showlnn a net loss of toUil points on
heavy liquidation th market rallied on
covering and trade buying. Prices at mid
day were 4 to 11 point net lower. Raw
sugar, easy: molasses, .j centrifugal.
4 7!c. Refined steady.
BUTTKK-Weuk; receipts, 1,126 tubs;
creamery extras (IM svor , aJHtpiSc;
creamery (higher scoring), aiV84c: firsts.
seconds, 27(u-; packing tock.
cuirent make. No. 2, ViU-lc.
FXK8 Unsettled; receipts. 12.745 esses;
fresh gathered extra fine, 2frQkVtc; extra
firsts, WVr; firsts, 241i'j5c; secoiida, Hip
2i.':; state. Pennsylvania, and nearby
liennry whites, fins to fancv. 84e: ruh.
ered whites. l(tn.u-; hennery browns, 2tp
iKHc: gathered brown and mixed colors.
CHEESE Firm; receipts, 3.87 boxes:
stat whole milk, held specials. KUc;
averag fancy, ltiflil7c; tat whole milk,
winter export vpe. specials, IrtVj'B'lbc:
gversge fancy , Itlftc.
P(1 LTHY Dreased quiet; weetern
roasting chicken, 17'$31!.
Kansas City Graia aad Provision.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. 11. WHEAT No
3 hard. $1 Kal.b&H; No.' 3 red, 31.6Cl.t7;
May. Ii aii July, 11.29; September.
61 tt V9 1.11.
rOHN No. 2 mixed. 74Hc; No. 2 whlU,
7'ic; No. 2 yellow. 76c: No. a 4ct M.
77a7.:; July 8H'i September. 7V'&';i.'i1o.
OAT8 No. I, WVc; No. 3 mixed, 64i?
BUTTER-reamery, oc; firsts, Z7o:
ai onds, 2f; puck lng, 3oVve.
l.iifrt-Firsts. 21Vc; seconds. 17e.
POUUTKY-Hens. U'4o; rootr. 1014c;
Liverpool Grala Market.
LIVERPOOU Feb ll.-WH EAT-pot,
No. 1 Manitoba, 13 d; No. 3 hard in
ter. Us 6d.
rOkS foot. American mixed, new. t.
3d; Fcbruaty. 7 lVy!; March, 7 lld.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET i
Good Run of Cattle for a Thursday
Sheep and Iambi Off for
H00 PRICES ARE HOLDING UP
SOUTH OMAHA. Fb. 11, 191.
Receipt were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 1.14A t,tf4 1.
Official Tuesday 8,(W M.I .4 1R.MB
iMncial Wednesdsy ... 4.474 14.1W4 10.7..1
Estimate Thursday .... S.fiOi) l,ooo 7,000
Kntie t b va' ini.l, t. (v n til Si t"
fame days laat wek..lS.S m.r.t M.S2J
Same S meek ago l..Sf.7 M,ti 44,H1
Same S weeka ago 1,;M U.'f" It.
ama week ago 20,47 1 4U.fS W.ewi
Same day last year...li.i.4 UltU 47.K4
Th following tabl shows th receipts
of cattle, hogs, and shtep at th South
flm.li. i I o . l. .. . . . i
" ...i . w pwk mame-i ior
to-oat, a compared with last year:
,. twin. ,,.
Cattle luoot io7.iiT7 io.m
Sheep S37.Ul '43.lt!
Th. nllnl-- i.wi. .
."." 111. MUI, 1DWB
Prtce for hog at th South Omaha live
lock market for th last fw days, with
Mn t . .
Date, j i"i6. iii4. imj. liH.iiil.HlO.lwe.
I 48 W)
CATTLE Receipt were moderate this
morning a was to be expected on a
xnunuiay, nut they were pienty large
enough ccnaiderlng th heavy run during
th early part of th week and th lack
of a brisk demand.
Prices tn all kind of killing catU were
around loo lower than yesterday, or Six
4o lower for the week. Light stock cat
tle moved a Uttie more freely today, but
f.Ml.r. T. M r till , V. Hi.Hi.t - . i.
lng very little change from what It was a
Liberal consignments of cattl a well
other kind of live stock are arriving
from east of the Missouri river, but under
the new quarantine regulation are being
oia exclusively ior slaughter or for ship
ment to other points fur slaughter. This
mean that none of the elook anivlna
from ost of .th rlvr can be sold for
feeding purposes and taken back into th
uounuy. - r
Quotation ori eattiei Good to choice
coriilea beevoa, Vi.4uu7.76; lair t good
cornfed beeves, gn.suv'.'; common to
(air cornfed beeves, 4d.uutueM); good to
choice heifers, 8a0uu,4.76; good to choice
rows, J6.cjii.ai; fair to good cow, 14 90
CT6.v; common to ' fair oowa, 84.0u4:
good to choice stockor and feeder. 17. 00
tfl-so; ratr to good Blockers and feeder.
6tiMg7.00i common to fair atockar and
feeders, $i.0Ua.J6; srtork hslfors, W.
00: stock cows, tt.76iU6.78; slock calves.
HOO-tfLOti; veal calves, !7.Xu.l0.26 bull.
tag, etc, 4.iv.uu
HUCit Receipt weie not nearly so
large as on Tuesday and Wednesday, but
were liberal, about iM cars, or 18,uu
r.oad. Being received, iotai lor tn lour
day I 76,811 head, being more than twice
a large a last week, and U.0UU heavier
than a year ago.
All other market reported lowe price,
and. a local receipts wer o liberal.
buyer thougn the a good chance to take
off some more, and accordingly road
their first bid at fully iuo lower prices,
first offer being mad at tfl.s0tu4.IUVt.
Heller wer pricing their hog at steady
ilgiures, and as buyer refused to raio
their ' eariy offer, th trad dragged
along , untu nearly 10 o'clock beor any
thing was dona Buyers wanted th hog
badly enough, and a salesman wsre hold
ing ttrm, pac.aer wer in tint to giv
In, raising thair of far to a to lower basis.
First sale wer mad at these figures,
but values continued to improve, and
when th blT end of the supply slsrted
to niov th market waa no more than
a shade lower than yesterday a average.
The bulk of the sale ever made on tnl
basis, but before th close shippers, who
were rather quiet early, got Into the
game, and this strengthened th trade
till more, so that a good many of th
later sales war made at price tnat wer
fully a good a yesterday,
Th extreme close ot th market Waa
very strong, and acUve. heverai car of
late arrival sold up to 10.60, the high
price of th day.
SHEEP The continual decline In price
ha out down tha receipts to very mod
erate proportions, the supply this morn
ing footing up only 7,000 head, as against
a week ago and 16.0U4 a yea ago.
There waa a little activity in the sheep
barn at an early hour, a th packer
buyer got. down to work In good season
and picked up eight or nine loads of fed
western lambs at 8H.09. Yearlinka and
ewes also began to move early. Price tn
tn main on Dotn anesp ana lmr showed
no material change from Wednesday'
market, it might be noted her that th
bulk of the lambs finally sold yesterday
at 87.ftOQft.10, and only two or three load
wer carried over for today' market.
The big drop in price thl week amount
to fully 60(!?5e. It ha been caused by
the unusually liberal receipt during th
fore part of the week, and also by th
demoralised condition of the eiuntern
dressed mutton markets, which slways
have an important bearing on the llv
Quotations on sheep and lamb: Lambs
Mexican, 8S.10uS.JO; . larnba, fed weeterna,
t7?FfiflM l.rnli.. ihHrlnt 17 M.
yearling, ' light. t7104W.60i yearlings!
I.-.irv tA KWIW Irt' valh.r. mnrA i n ,U.U
pt kj.40; wethers, fair to good, ISOOcd)
S.zu; ewes, gooa 10 rnnice, 40. (tttfU.JB; swes,
lair to gooa, so.wtro.7T.
CHICAGO LIVB STOCK MARKET
Cattle rims. Hoe Btreagr aad Sheep
CHICAGO, Teh. 1LCATTLB Receipts,
E.OOO head: matfeVet firm: native steers.
8i.aflS7U; western steers. 4.liO(ij7.SO; rows
and heifers, U V.-!."i; calves, 7,W(j.lt)...
liOGH KecslpU. 43,000 head; market
Strang, early aec.nne ot vtvivo regained
bulk of sales. 8 nrV&4.8o; light. In. 70
mixed, tMm.724; heavy, 8.ivA,tj6
FHC&P AN 9 LAMBt4ltecelpta. 14,000
yearlings, wi.wwi-tb; larnos, K.Fu.to.
Kanaaa City Live Stock Market,
KANHA8 C1TT. Feb. 11. CATTLE
Receipt. 8,000 head: market weak; prima
ted stewrs, s.uu(pa.a; oressea oeei steer
8.7&fi7.7: western steers. tn.SMilJM stock
et and foeders, 8i.6uf7.U; bulls, laOUf
.ct,j raivee, rvbumw. io.
HOO Hecelpts, 3,000 head; market
steady; bulk nf sales. 4:,d5e; heavy.
9h.kMt.i6: packers and butchers. M.Urf
8.66; llKht, 4fVj6; pigs, 86.D0.
tillEKP AN1 LAMittt HecelpU. 4.000
head; market lower; lambs. $7.ix7TK. 16;
yearlings. 8n.76Q7.oO; wether, tauij.au:
we. ?.C00ti.li. (
Sloe City Live tleck Market.
MOUX CITT. Feb. ll.-CATTLE Re
ceiDts. 1.300 head; market steady; native
steers. e .OO? .00; butcher, 8u.OO"0J 10;
cow and hel.ers. 84.tuin6.bO; canners, 83 AO
44.76; stork era and feeders, 86.26iuS.Kl;
cslve. K.soie.w: dujii, stags, etc.. 6&.0U44
lions Receipts, i.oon head: market So
hlsher; heavy, 84.403M1.46: mixed. t.S:n
40; light. 8.80(U.S6; bulk of aiea, 80. 23
Hii r-rJP anu IjAMBS- ttecelpu, 1,700
head; market steady; lambs, 17. 80. . ,
t. Leal Lire Sleek Market.
T. LOTTI. Feb. 11. CATTLE Re
ceipt. 100 head: market lower; native
beef steers. 7Jiotti 60-, row and heifer.
lo.'UflV; atocker and feeder, XJ.iii
7.26: southern tcoi. 8c.7ftliJ.7D; cow and
heifer. 84 04.t.7t; Ballvea calve, 64.111
SHKEP AMD LA MBit Receipt, inftw
kaat. n.arbA lnwi.pt nuils. . , vi
Beak t leerlaga.
nfAHA k'oh 11-.l-i.nl. .I...U.. ...
Omaha today were 8'.WA,0i7.8i, and fi.r
the corresponding day last year 4.'.8ov.
Jan. a. f J0ISl,7tOIO&0
JanJ W. linj 27 IN lw IB 100
Jan.1 17. ( I 1 7 t 111 7 4t S 02 I 1
Jan. in. 664.: I U 7 82 T 4i I OS l
Jan. . 77V III i IK I041WI
Jan. . 7j N17HUJTt4 IU
J an. U. l27TullOs17ll2
Feb. . TlHl UtrilN JS I 0 122
Feb. 1.. 7( I hi (tt.fwilHlul
Feb. a. mn, I 16, T SOi I 05 I UK 6 1
f eb. I.. I o 1 7 ao I ut T ts I I 1
Feb. 4. . KJ I I IV 7 421 7 40 04
Kcb. a. 7t.fc I 7 4! 0t IUI14
I-eb. . 74 it 7 Shi 6 Ort 7 49 1
Feb. s a 89 Tt2IO0Tii I 61 .
Kt. .. t 71i 7 . t W j . 4 07
Feb. .. rsjn I 40 ' I E (Hi T 3.1 I 47 6 It
Feb. 10. 41 4A T l 12 7 H
Feb. 11. 1 4t,i 41 1 7 Ril I 7 Si
NEW YORK j&TOCK MARKET
Heary Buying of Steel Common at
Steady Advancei Chief -
Teature. f , ,
NET GAIN 117 FRICE SHOWN
NEW YORK. Feb. 11. Heavy buying of
tfnlted States Steel common at steady
advances was the chief feature of today-
strong and broad market. Large indlvl-
vldual lots of the stock changed nanns
rom the verr outset and t no time old It
recede more than a mere fraction, ,
At the end of the seaMon It nowel
a net gain of 1 points, or N point above
It minimum. Kumor wa nusy witn n
movement in Steel, goaslp attributing It
strength to a possible compromise of the
suit brought by the government. Apart
from thl however, the compsny' favor
able statement of January tonnage, a
Published yesterday, together with tn
act that many of the larger tee4 plant
have recently Increased their output by
more than 60 per cent, were regarded a
sufficient causea for th rise.
The entire list shared in tha movement
hut It wss noteworthy that most of th
substantial gains were tn high clasa or
Investment issue, ss against th recent
spasmodic advance In specialties. Union
Paclflo and Southern Pacific were -slated
by declaration of the regular dlv.
dends, even though no changes had been
expected In well informed quarter The
decision of the Interstate Commerce com
mission regarding freight cnarge Be
tween Missouri river and Pacific coast
points hss the effect of revising long haul
retea and Puts the railroads traversing
that territory In a better position to meet
Panama canal oompetion. vni new pnae
was reflected In th better Inquiry for all
transcontinental shares at substantial
Vohintarr ware. Increases to miner in
the Michigan copper region, together with
the restorstlon of th Calumet Heela
dividend aftr a long period of suspension
measured th Improvement in that Indus
try. The annual report or the itepupiio
Iron and Steel company, showing a net
loss of over tS.0on.ftiO foe W. testified te
the recent adverse .condition in that
London manifested greater lnfrer m
our share, meet and Canadian Paclflo
being In request.
Revision In minimum prices on tn uon-
don exchange is under consideration. In
contradistinction to th Hank of Germany,
today's statement of tha Bnk of Eng
land reported another loss of gold.
Bonds were strortg In sll department,
some of the low-priced Issue maKIng pro
nounced rams. Total aaiea, par vaius.
t'ntted state bond unc.nangea on rait.
Number of aaiea and leading; Quotation
on stock were a follow:
i aaiea. intra. &ew,
AUitka Ont4 J.KW r . ?i
Artlismtted Omvrr .... II. to H
Arrerleaa BMt Busaa...
Anrl-.n S. R 11,"
Anwrlraa g. It. pfd..
Am lunr finlm. ..... Ll"
AmenrAQ T4. A Tel....
Asiertcss Tneeeo ......
Baltimore a Oh).
Brook Ira RapM Traatlt..
Cilltnmla Petrol urn ....
(Hntiltsn raoills ..
cootral ijeatnar .
M I S
Oieupmk. A Oe.lo. 1.70
CMoase Oret Wastera
Chlr.ua, M. St. P.... 1.60S
CHi'i.o K. W.
CM no aemr 8."
irmmao tMt e iron.... aw
Colorado a toilhm..... ......
Pnv.r a ills tlrands....
Ienar a B. O. ptd...
Mat II lam' Bacvrltles ...
Owl Northern a'd
1.1' U4 ll'
i t") . u4
Ort No. Oea el la
lnlrlor.usa Mat. ptd...
Kanaaa flty Boutbars...
boula.llle aV Nsativllls.
MiKiras Paarolsur ..,
Mleaourt, K. A 1-
National Laad ..........
Naw York t.ntral......
4.4M 1UI4 14
N. T.. N, H. M
NorTolk aV Waataro....... ......
Northars Pullts X,tu
Fartfkl Tel. aV Tel. InS
MS4 ' XV.
P--n--l-.nl- 1.IHJS llM
Pnllmaa i'alao. cr 0 16t
Par Cos. Cop par I.coe n.
!a41ns 81. 144
h mm biff Iron A Steal.... XJM U
it or a jmana to..... ..,,.
Hock laland Co. ptd 1M
fit. U a H.y. td phi.
aoutlMrn Paelrlo 11,100
gnulhara Kmlwaf we
Teiinaaaee t'oppar l,4uD
Taaas Compan .,.... ,.
Vnloa Paoiria 17. on Ills,
110 vt 111 .
I bion r'at'itte pta.. ...... ini
t'alie Klaus aieel. ..... H.ins
V. H. Rul pfd M.
t'tah Tavrw 4,e
lal otd 4
Waatarn I oton LKW
Total aslas tor tks day. 841,10 sasras.
Local litocke asl tJontls. '
Qaotattons rtiralsriad fer Burnt. "Itintar A Co..'
44 Umaka Nalltmai aak balldln:
Htcnk - Bid. Aakad,
Peer A Oa. ptd. ..1 St
Vo.lron.nt CrassMrr f w ssst std....lo V1 .
tatrmoat raamary aom 144 l2e
Inroln SSre Htitur ......v lte
Lisenla Traction Ge....... U i '
U. C. Paurs Mills. , to M
HoMcbea att. o... I14 '
But bank tok. CMaaba. ... Ut - j
tinln ettorh Tarda, Ursaaak sk M
tpdike Urala euas , 4a lis)
Puda.hr Packing Co. la. 1114 MS IMS'
Campbell, Nan., goaaol la Ms 1S '
yionana, Nb . s 1T l.'T',
Kins (to., Waaa., Is, 1ISS h 104.1a
Kus'knldt, Neb., ret. , It Iims l'S
Lo Ansalas Si L"'".' ' lOu.S
Lluroln L. H. P. U. Vn t n
Lwla Co., Waah . rat. la. 1121 lots 1")
Omaha K. L P. as. la mlw pr
Omaha a C. H. St. Rr. 4a. ls M M
Pavltla rowar A Light Is ao ' tl
Bi jo. H . U, H. P. a 11T Mil ;s
fcan Kraaclaoo. t'al.. 8s, lMl-iaaS..,. "I vui '
Bin A Co. Is, M44 hi. . us
gorlbnar. Nek., VJiur la. lal tt Kfl
buperlae, Nab., Wa4sr fca, 1114 Is 14
Wkblle Dnl.a fitoek Tards 4a, 184... S kH) f
New York Mssty Market.
NEW YORK, Feb. 1L MERCANTILE
PAPKR-4S-4 per cent. nuna.
HTKRI4N PncrHANOB-Wealf sixty
dsy bills, 14.8128; for cable. H.W; for de
mand, 14 (C7S.
BlLVtli-Bar. 4So; Mxlca dollars,
HONDS Government gtatdy: railroad'
TIME LOANS Firmer; lxty daya, JVt
l per cent, ninety day. um ceuu
six months. 8'a'"7s per cent. '
CALL MONK 1 Steady: hlgti. t per
cent; low, is pa cent; ruling rata, 8 per
cent; laat loan, 1 per cent; closing bid,
liNpoN. Fob. U.-lLVLK-Bar.
a ll-10d per ounce.
E-1 per cent.
, LISCOITNT RATES Short bllla HiU
18-18 per cent; Qiree months, IV0I6-I0.
Tet lea Mekec. '
NEW YORK Sh 11 JTlTTftkl rv.. 1...
middling upluuds. 8.66c. Bales, bajra.
4.1VKKPOOL. Feb. H.-tlOTTON-tttTot.
limited bualil.es; good middling,
middling. I.O.d; low nUddiUia. 4.bd.
bales, g.W0 balea
Cotton future rloeed steady. Cjuota
il?,n,: JrftruSrr' , ino' March. 8.67c; Hay,
8.6U0; July, ic; Auguat, .ugc; Septein-
!unulrt?47Cc.Uler' ''Ci 100'nb.
Th cotton market closed very steady
at a net decline of to points. '
Dry Uooda Market.
NEW YORK, Feb. 11. DRV GOOrS-.
Cotton gooda market wer quiet todsy
Wool martlets were much excited and
price rose fast, flaw. Uiik wa easy. Job
ber reported a fair trade.
WOULD HAVE IOWA GO DRY '
FIRST OF JANUARY 1920
DES MOINE3. Feb. 10.-6enator 8?.
Farr, at th meeting of the aeaat eera
mitte on constitutional amendment to
morrow, will uae hi effort to hav In
corporated I th prohibitory amendment,
a provision fixing January 1, 1SJ0. a th
Urn th measure will tak .effect. If
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