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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1915)
TIIK BKK: OMAHA, FIJI DAY, JULY 2, 1915.
HKAIi ESTATE ACREAGE
Is The Best Time
To Look Over Acres
And make your plans for next Fnll or next Spring to move out
in the country here you have plenty of room to raise chickens
nnd nave a garden.
Acres near Omaha for years have proven to be the best
and most profitable investment. Acres nar Omaha are get
ting scarce; that is why acres will increase in value quicker
than any other kind ol! Ileal Estate.
Acres In Benson Gardens
Are the best located acres near Omaha today that can bo
bought at reasonable prices and on the very easy terms of $10
down and $10 per month.
BENSON G ARDEN ACHES are located close to car,
school and stores and on paved road. Call at office or by
phone for plats of Benson Garden Acres. "We will take you out
any time during the day, evening or Sunday.
Hastings & Heyden
1614 Harney Street.
Hooaee and t'ottanre.
LOOK AT THESE RENT SNAPS.
Nice home, 4-r. and fine basement, good
burn. 2622 S. 88th, 313; 7-r. mod., choice
1328 8. 27th. 31; 8-r. mod.! good as new,
fine location, near car and PRrk, 151 8.
isth, $28.60 ; 7-r., IMP S. 21et. $i0, 9 otliei
bargains. P. 142. Tyler 21 40-J.
Honcou Ctlfh Bona A Co.. be.-
6ER the Central P irnltur Stores
A 1.1 sixes. . r unntk ut S07 l'iillin
GlobeVan & Storage
Stores, move. pack ships; 3-horve van
and 1 men. 11.25 per hr.: storage 12 per
mo. Satisfaction gnar. P. 433 Tv 2 to,
FIDELITY attfiZH FKKE
Pbon Douglas 288 for complete llat of
vacant house and apartments; slv for
etoisge, moving 16th and Jarksun nts.
Gordon Van Co.
mi n. luh st.
Tel D Wiii Wob. li-2
t n i
Kxp. Co.. -rtovmg.
I 8. . I HPf 1 lacking A siorajte
J wa wv,x J27 Famam i -It
Van and rito.ag
Co. Call us !or es
timatea for idov-
hipping. 1713 debater be
COTTAGE 5-room and bath. 230 Cacs
IStIO N. 2oTH ST. o-R. mod. ex. heat,
fine shape, good neighbor u 6J
10)7 Grace St., 7-R. mod. ex. heat, elee-
trto light, close In la. J
Phone P. 163d.
' U2.081S64 N. 16th St.. 3 rma. mod. ex. ht
' 216.00 4208 N. 25th Ave.. 6 rma. mid. ex. hi.
, 117.00 2S92 Maple St., 6 rma. mod. ex. ht
22.00-2!01 N. DKh St, 6 rma. all modern
123.00 4223 Farnam Ht., 6 rma. mod. ex. ht.
. 327.50 2i Sherman Ave.. 5 rma. all mod
J30.0O-17H6 So. 29th St.. 5 rma. all mod.
- 46.00 Park Ave. and Harney St., 7 rma.,
Just completed, very nifty.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
a., t, . i . v.. 131. tii ,i t n. . i-ai
ABOUT 50 HOUSES IN ALL. PAKT3 OK
THE CITY. F, D, WIiAI. 1801 PAR
KA M PT.
tore and Office.
Nice Cool Office
v cor the Elevatoi and Staira
Electric Light Free
The Bee Building
riit-rlntrjdent'a Office. Room 103.
Office on 17th St.
XEY VACANT ROOM
AVAILABLE ON T1IE
i iiate tfflc9 WuJtlng Rwa
180 Sq. Ft. $18.60
The Bee Building
Office Room 103. s
W NTEU TO BUS
kale ouya every tiuna -nd hand. Web, 4W4.
OFFKICIL. furnitur bougm and aoU J
C. head. UOI Farnam. Lou. ilM
HEAL. EST AXE
FARM A RAAiu i,i.ui full SALIS
Live Oa Column uoue belter. W. T.
bmitU vQ. lna-14 . uy rut nr.. "
" it uiurt.au.
IMPROVKP 10, Yuma tuunty. Colorado.
Ivan O. lltmiiun, Weil cl-tid. feb.
HAVE YUU A VAKM FOR SAU1
Wrtta a gooo iiuriiuiu of our land
and auJ It id U rtiuux City, la., Jouri'al.
lowaa Moat r-oHul vnt Al Ala
ulum. ' Xwotjr-lva worda evry b rlUay
LveuiBaT, caturuajf luoriiiua aud r
ealuruay evciuua an.l auuuay tniuu4
lur vam BUODih, Hiving iu.ou a la ua
lalvs ailtervui oa lui -. or wraa,
t. or th wuroa, X.
L.aat cirLUiaUoo of any Iowa nea-tai-ar.
aui.0u iwutia uauy tu ton ial
14.) ACKluc! miiw iroui llinneapoUa.
on uiiia lroru ton, w acrea u:ider
culuvauou; balani. uael fur paaiuia;
,mu ti.acut.ally a.l oa caitlvatud; heavy
aoU; good set tmildiuga, coiuiui.i.g oi k
; 'uuiu uouat, tara biu. Hiauaiy. vcrn
crlba. wlndiullla. atc.i tne laud will pro
uuca ft ou.hoia of corn per acie; tela
pnone in liuuae; country thickly aetlled:
tompieUt aet of nmciuuery; 27 bead of
aluck. couataUug of 11 uw.. tuuuui 1
ard t years old, aia good huiaea; d hogs,
chlckeua; wue-ualf of this year s crop aim
vaiyuiuia on larin goes at M ir auia,
half caaa. fecbwab U.v., Iiu4 Piyiuuui.t
id.. .i ii.iieaoolu. Ain,n
. JfX)KCEJ SALE
60 acres: Improved farm, ouly 13 nd.es
J-oin lb Iowa Una In Plpes.owe couii.y,
.luiieaota. Tha beat of sou. AU upUnua,
rolling u level; M acres Into crop, ual
inn paaLure and bay land. All.feuued,
l,w rods of wovea wue. bet of oubul..ga
in good snape, A good aaii gruva. Tu.a
tairu la worm Imumi, out will go lor in
mortgage of lZiM. August i, It we cau t
get auy mora,
Tha tinie la up in leaa than two weeka,
ao you wil. nave to hurry and come rlgut
up or ware; fc,bu tun and 7.u) M.rui 1
will bauuie 11; iaiaac Uiruia al per
ceuL. A full set of machinery aud eight
goud horaea and all Ui crop goes ua
Two oo4 walla, windmill and tank,
pinny ui waU'r a one iiuua lu a tiioo
aand opportunity. But you uava to
huriy. Vou can wire or gee me here al
h Ipeatone. U. A. Ulead.
WINNKTA farina; low price, n,Hy
terms. Miuneaula Land Co.. P. O. 317,
REAL ESTATF ACREAGE
r'AKM & HAMH Laus FOB PA LB
CKNTRAL, Missouri farina. Solid for
Hat: 100 larma In Calaway county. Mia-
aouii, Witt, lu.l ueacriiiln and rlca lor
iacii, In MiBauurl b but Krain and blue
grass county. hoonU &. Palmer, t ui-
Poli SAl.fci By okiiit, well Improved
ii-aci lurni on huuiii biol 01 uidrn..
Howell county, Missouri. Ail til. at), e. ,t
acits in cuilivation, balance timber; i
acres fruit. A nood daiiy and hog farm.
Uox 6, H. F. l. 1, KoatikonoiiK, Mo.
MONTANA ran.h for sala; aplendld
ranch of about s.TOv) acres, and four
ranches of 160 acres each In Teton county.
Montana, for aale by owner, at very at
tractive price and reasonable terms. Ir
ritated and every acre tillable. Kail road
ctosa lroperty and depot on ranch. Maps
ar.d dea. rlpttona on application to II. A.
Frutr, Helena, wont. o
Do you want a Rood east Nebraska Im
proved farm of 160 acre, one mile from
county aeat town of 2.U00T Write owner
for particulars and price. A bargain for
some one. Address B 7. Dee.
I'otton futures opened steady; October,
Buys ISO acres, bo.nn state school land,
lease running 25 years, located In Loup
county. Neb This would be a g-ood place
to run a bunch ot cattle and a bargain
for somebody. Write owner, L. C. Cran
dall, W44 Locust St., Ixmcoln. Neb.
FOR SALE! Choice farm bargains and
ranches; also city property. Write me
your wants. J. C. Murphy, O'Neill. Neb.
SM acres within 6 miles of Hay Springs,
cherllan county, Nebraska; tha K. H of
lz-90-46; all til'able. I'A) per aire If taken
KOon. Good Investment. F. K. Clark,
FOR SALE KiO acres of good, black, level
farm land, three miles from station on
B. & M. R. R . 10 ml es from Sidney,
Neb., wood school, good nolghborliood
W1U ship 80,000 . bushels of grain fi-pin
this station this year. Wheat makes
twenty to fortv bushels per ax-rft. Price
(20 per aore. $1,000 cah, balunce on time.
AdcfrewB J. W. Harper, Sidney, Neb.
New York Farms
38 bushels of wheat and tons of nl
al.a per acre rrocluims no lonuer the land
overlooked but tne land of groat and
TURN ON THE LIGHT
XND BUY A
NEW YORK FARM RIGHT.
l;V-acre homestead, hiillrilns-a worth a
thousand. Price $h,u00. 2J-acre Syracuse
Trolley farm 2,7ii0. 47-acre summer re
tort, new bunealow house, farm 12 MO.
7-acre city view homestead no better
land on earth. 100-acre registered hol
stein cow farm. t buys any of these.
hree showing. Railroad fare ono way to
a. Munson, ?4?6 8. Sallna St.. Syracuse.
FOR flALK 00 acres, 7 miles northeast
of I'latnview, Tex., in demonstrated Ir
rigation district: good house; b.g Irri
gation well and alfalfa: nrice JW iir
acre; all tillable. D. Hcfflefinger, Plain-
"FRKE lumber with every aale land near
Spokane raising fruits, grain, vege
tables, ntnnk. Free booklet. Consoli
dated Land Co., Elk, Wash."
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FAPU LOANS, t PER CENT
Tt'tANP TKt'M Hl'LT.. 44 Bee Hdf
llfau Tit tio.uuu mad- promptly. r. D,
Wead. Wead Blg. lth and Farr.am Pt
C'TY and (arm loans, i. 6W, per caoL
J. H. Dumont A Co.. 41( Stata ban.
WANTK1 city loans and warran' vV,
Farnam Srrith A Co.. !" Varna n 9.
v AN'l i-u-uuoo iarui and City loans at
PETERS TRUST CO. I21 Farnam.
Large luana a u- taii
rhcmsd. rjti State Bank bid
MNEV on hand for cliy and farm loana
H W. Binder. Ply National Bank hld.
Uat.iH.t houiea. tail Kehraaaa laruu.
O'KBEFK RH.AL ESTATE! Ct .
'(U Omaha Natlonnl Phone Doug aa f71i
fKC us Ural tor farm loajis In eastern
Neh I'n'teo Hthtea Trust '"C.. O.uaha
CITY LOANd. r. U. I'a .uerg.
ili' IJ I ramlois Toeater Pidg
ANTED l ily and ttrm loana; lowest
rate.. W, (1. Templeton. "fl Bee. T. 1VJ0.
A "For Sale" ad will turn second-hand
furniture Into cash.
REAL ESTATF K.TC1IANGB
li---tooiil iu J in house, for land, acres
or vacant lots. What Lave you?
Owner, lir.x 7.
t-wClf V of H,J- 1. r tula in moUeru lot
tage; bulit 2 years; part each, balance
trade. Walnut 24U.
FOH THADli Orange aii'l ltmou grove,
near Gnarlo. In bouthurn Jal. llouio.
t rooira fair bain, otn r improvcrm-nts
Very cueap at 7,0"0. Trade for good iu
or lot) acre fariu In taaltin Nebraska,
Cormilus A t o., Haetluys, Neb.
EQUITY In 8-room modern house In
West Farnam district to exchange for
late model automobile; full value given.
IlK A L F.HTATE WANTED
40 ACRES Grand county, Utah, Irrigable ,and kitchen on first floor. Three bed
land hi llrst payn.ciit on a or noun ! corns and bath on second. Fuinnd oak
rnooo nati.t y w..
r -., : . r 1
RKAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
NKW IJUNOALOW AT A
BAKU A IX
6 large rooms, strictly modem, finished
oak. all of' the laW bulit in fea-
r, ivui oiuteineni, large auic. lawn
la sodded, fine location, cl.,e to car and
school; .if you aru going to buy a home
you should see this one; it's a bargain
at your own term I'lii.ne owner and
let n.e hliow you tills iinu home.
KKU EST A TE MISCKLI.AN KOUM.
and the Money to Build)
The man who wants to build a homo In ono
of the prettiest home building sections in
the city, which he can pay for as he earns,
should answer this ad today.
Telephone Douglas 2926
We will send a car to bring you to inspect the
lots' we are offering and help you pick out a lo
cation, if you call by phone.
Telephone now and learn about location,
etc., and arrange for vlb to send for you today
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
A Look Means a
The Most Beautiful
High and Sightly
Now Offered For
$5.00 Per Month
$275.00 to $375.00
No Interest or No Taxes for 2
These lota are located near the Deal
Tnstl'utu car line, and overlook four new
additions, where hundreds of homes have
been built during the paai five years.
Many of the lota In this locality Have
old for double these prloea. but the
owner liaa authorised ua to aell these
They are newly platted and have not
been offered before.
There are only R lota and every lot
la the most desirable In this dlstrlot.
Phone Douglas 4233, and we will send
an auto for you any day, early or lata.
We are willing and anxious to enow you
these lota; then you decide.
SALE STARTS TODAT. "
Shuler & Cary
' 202-4 State Bank Building.
$30.00 Cash and
$30.00 Per Month
Buys this beautiful, all modern, 5-room
bunaalow: located 2 blocks from car line
and 2 blocks from school.
Don't Pay Rent
Call Walnut 683 today.
Call llouglas 2'.iM any week day.
Place Home Re
duced to $3,900
If you want a real bargain In a well
built, well arranged home. In a good
........ , f. , 1, . Un.n n..
ioca..o... i""""""!" TJV-':1T.i
a red. "tlon for quick aale. House ha
reception hall, living room, dining room
kitchen downatairs; a wu ruoiua nu ,
bath on second floor. First fioor finished
in quarter-sawed oak, excepting Rttcnen.
Hastings & Heyden
1614 Harney Bt.
" NICE KIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW
FOR ONLY $2,650.00
, $260.00 CASH.
House is fully modern, with hardwood
floors; lot, 40x130. on paved street, near
car line, not far to Kountze para.
W. II. GATES.
M7 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. P. 12M.
2024 BRISTOL ST."
S large rooms, with spare room on eo
ond floor, all modern except heat, payed
street, paving all paid, aouth front lot.
house elegantly decorated, everything In
flrat class condition; price only 82,400. 2i"
cash; balance monthly. Her 1 your
chance to get a dandy ""L'VU.
812 Brandels Theater Bldg.
IF YOU are looking for an exceptional
bargain In a 4-room house, with pantry,
refrigerator room and reception hall, e
thla today, al) modern conveniences;
newlv varnished Inelde; palnUjd outalde.
2617 Blondo. Fhon vveo. aiu.
Kountze PI.. 6-r., well located, mod. home
near school; bargain, owner, weo. lit
HtDOM COTTAQIS, "'EAR rONTrv
NEI.I.E PAIIK. FOR 6ALK OR
TRADE. WEPSTER 170K
EQl'ITT of 81,46 in -r. cot.. 1620 N. 85, for
1916 T. C or vacant lot. 1822 Emmet St.
HEAL ESTATE SOUTH BIDE
Living room aero entire front of
house, large dining room with beamed
i-ei liiira and Dant lied walls, sun room
fin (i below
White enamel and ma-
i hogany above. Oak floors In every
I room. Oood basement, guarantee fur
inacej, hot water heater. Lot 4tlio, eaat
Ifrmt on boulevard, near Maann. In a
i beautiful natural park. Th bouae I
'very attractive and t artlatlcally deoo
I rated throuahout. Brand new. Oocw
nled about four months by owner, who
SH.te n .llk Bl'l l
I'lioiii, j.r n..w mud b nniliv.. South Mde. n--,
duci d to l-.i'l. siiikiI puy.iuiaa. L. UnJ7.
REAL ESTATE ll9CELLAXKOUi
Here is the
rtlrr TTr . i f
Been Watching for
. V i ,
Monthly Puyments to Suit.
Tliis house is only V2 block
from onr line; is on a beau
tiful lot; principal rooms iu
oak; brick fireplace, ce
ment basement and all mod
Phone Walnut 6R3 today and will
pleaaed to send an automobile lo bring '
you out and Inspect this house. On week
days rail Ioug1as 2920.
Do any of these come within your
Mce, practlca'ly new, all modern, 6
room. lust off street car. on naved street.
Nice, new, 6-room bungalow, 8S.100.
Claasy. 6-room bungalow on Fxntenelle
boulevard, near two street car lines.
Two-story, e-room rrame,
Eight rooma. not new, hut In fine ah ape,
paved etreet. near car, 88,6I0.
New, two-story, C-rcom, stucco house on
street car. paved street, 84,760.
These are all well located and all bar
gains. Will put our time against your
and show you.
Benson & Curmichael,
42 Paxton Block. D. 1722.
Norris & Norris
For easy term and low prices on &
room bungalows and larger house. We
have houses for aale In tha north, south
81.400 to 88,000. Let ua know your want.
Norns & Norris
400 Bee Bldg. Phone Dofglaa 4270.
Ten-room cottage, all modern, well lo
cated, fine neighborhood, near car: chance
or a lifeUm for anyone needing; tha
Addresaj B 761. Omaha Be.
FOR SALR Two-story brick building In
Tablcrock. 44xHs; good. Investment.
I rented all the time. For particular ad
Idress lfiaH Washington Ht, Lincoln. Neb.
rnono r". zwis.
MAKU offer for 2 new 6-r. mod. cottages;
)est offer takes either. Douglas aKJ7.
REAL KHTATK HO IT II SIDE
I A flrt nayment on a new 7-reom. all
; Into. 1637 B. 2t.th BL Call owner Red laHl.
HEAL EHTATK WEST 8IDB
A Good Home in
West Farnam Dis
trict at Low Price
123 Pouth 87th St. This 1 an t-imm
unusually well built modern houa in
tha very beat of repair, ready to move
Into at once. Fin ground with large
shade trees; much shrubbery and bear
ing fruit trees. A cool, comfortable plao
with a large front porch. Four bedrooms
and sleeping porch besides two bath on
the second floor. Maid's quarters on
the third floor. Attractive arrangement
of the first floor. If you are looking
for a good place right In th West Far
nam district for less than cost, this Is
your chance. Don't miss It. Key at our
George & Company
Phon D. 756. 902 City Nat, Bk. Bldg.
with IWjO cash who will buy l-room cot-tag-e
In aouth or west part of city. Prlc
nut iu eaceca k.duu.
8-ROO.M. modern In every reipo-L
mall payment down, balance Ilk rent.
8121 N. 23d.
Tel. Webaler KM a tier 11
WANT offer for 120 N. 31st Ave.; very
well bi'llt 7-room modem house, 8
ba'hs. full lot, handy to Turner park'
best bargain In Weet Farnam dlitrlct
Asking :'i.0u0. Glover at Spain. Doug. t l
RKAL F8TATB flUBURBAN
Owner Leaving City
4811 DndfTA ftt fin. MU,m ri.nA. luirplt
on front and aide of housu. larae fivlna
room, o jarter-sawed oak flotwa. miMlvra
Plumbing, fine beat tig plant, built-in re
frigerator cd from batg p.rch. House
is well built in every respect, meial
weather trip on all windows, fin laig
lot. duxIM1, paved street, right on Fur.
nam car line. Thla property beings Ua
Prof, heed of the Omaha High Kohoul
who Is leaving August 1 for Louisville,
lie has made a sveci.U low price of 34,600
on this bunvalow and will giant easy
teniis. Go out today and look It over.
' t ortunitlca like this are few.
Payne & Slater Co.
! iilJ Omulia National Bank Bldg. .
A iienilUIUlly J-AK'aiOa tsc. no. s mixed. 1 oar. 47HO. nampia, ATS-Hpot steady; starMlarn. tww; p.
Tl -vt n I13"4 cr 47Wu. Cocn: No. 2 whita. I S white, dc; fancy clipped white, wv
O-KOOm, NeW, All KT, 7Fc. 1 car. 76c. No. 8 white. cars, ittv. .
' ' . -if. Nu 1 vullow k nara. No. 1 tllT-Tln.' nrino II MV4- No. 1. 81 -VM
IVTrt.-lnri ItntKrnlAlc i vellnia 1(. 7o- I nar 7r.u.., N'.v a f iz. kt a n u K'.. 1 II H: ahlmilnc.
P.DA1M IWn DDAnilfF MID'aTT
viuiiii niu muiuvii iunniuji
Two Cart of New Wheat Reported
on Local Exchange and Old
CORN HOLDS AT STEADY PUCE
OMAHA. July n, 1MJ.
Two cars of new wheat were reported
In on the local etchanga today, they are
the first shipments of new wheat this
Old wheat takes a Mg drop today, aell
Ing from 10 to 12 cents lower and tha
demand Continue light.
The corn rrcclpt totalled fortr-ona
earn and there was a fair demand for
this cereal, and It sold unrhangvd to V
Oats were quoted H lower.
tlraln exporters export that foreign
governments will establish credits with
the banks In this country to pay (or all
grain aa soon as the export movemoni
la well under way.
Considerable grain hag been contracted
for, to be shipped In August and rVp
tember and tho belief xlts that the
money or credits will be available when
the grain is ready to ia toaoeo.
Clearances were: w neat ana
enual to 6t.0(W bu.; corn. 8,000 bu.; oata.
. . i i -vu t ....kinnit.'
" mAT;. ek unchanged, lo hlgiier.
rrlinary wheat receipts were 726.000 bi.,
and shipment a r.X bu.. as against re
ceipts of I.KO.flOD mi., ana shipment
1 Jii AO bu. last VMr.
Frlmnry corn receipt were 457.000 b
and shipments K21.ai0 bu.. aa agalnat re
celta of S80 000 bo., and ahlpmenta
sM.uii) bu. last year.
Primary oata recelpta war 4TT 000 bit.,
and shipments 404.000 bu., aa agalnat re
ceipts of ua. 000 bu., and ahlpimnta of
vOKUuO bu. lat year.
Chlcairn 1 M W0
Minneapolis It ..
Omaha 11 41
Kanaaa City 0 10 1
St, lxuia 130 Ct 11
Winnipeg M .. ..
Tlieea rale were reported today
wneat: Nix I hard winter, I oars (old),
jliau; S car (old), 1.J&: 1 car mew). II. 17.
.'as.:' nd: kri''1
i white, 8 cars, 4o. No. 4 white. SH cara.
yellow, I car, 7RV4o. No, 2 mixed, I cera,
'iSSo; 2 cars, Tba: 2-i oar, fc; I cars.
c. mo. I mixed, l ear, 7t; I oara,
7&1hc; 1 car, 7&c. No. t mixed, M oar.
74Ho. No. (I mixed. 1 car. 74a Sample,
1 oar (yellow). 72Sm: 1 car (hot. yellow),
72c; 1 oar (heating), t7So.
Omaha Cah 1-rioue boat: No. 2 tur
key, 81.Slfl-l.82; No. 8 turkey. 81.2W ;
No. 2 hard, 8l.2utfl.S0; No. 8 hard, 81.840
1.2R; No. 4 hard. 81 8'l.ie; No. 8 aprlng,
81 80(11.36. Corn: No. I whit. 7GpWc;
No. 8 white, 74Q7Sc; No. 4 white, 144
744c; No. 6 white, 781. f4S4o: No white
7SM'74c; No.' 2 yellow, 79TWo; No. t
yellow, TMtfrrao; No. yellow, t&c.oxo
No. 6 yellow, 7W76Wn; No. yellow, 74'
Mr; No. 8
tf7BHe; No. 2 mixed, 74HW7B1
IIIIATU, (V-Xlf IWT-' W llliava, i w -".
No. S mixed. 7Sfl74Sc: No. mixed. 7S4
fr74e; sample mixed, KwWo. OaU: No.
2 white, 0ti60r; standard. 4HSAc;
No. 3 white. 4SHC;!e: No. 4 white, 4it
48Vc. Barley! alalting, mgc No. 1 feed.
Ma. Ry: No. 2, Ulc: No. 8, fUWc.
CHICAOO GRAIN AND rOTIIO!S
Prices oa tloarel of Trade,
CinCAOO. July 22.-Knlarged estlmatea
of shipments that Would be required
by Emrop lead to a bulge today In the
price of wheat, but the advanoe wa not
well maintained. Quotation closed un
settled, off to Ha up, compared
with laat night. Corn finished at a gain
of UWlHc, oats MTlio down to mo up
and provisions witn losae of IhfiflSo,
Nothwlthstandlng highly advantageous
present conditions for the growth of do
mestic spring wheat and for threshing
and moving the winter crop, the market
soon developed notable strength baaed
almost entirely on bullish foreign news.
Th unpromising harvest outlook In
O rest Britain, France and Italy wa said
on good authority to hav made vir
tually certain a proeneet that the United
Htatea would b called on mora freely
for breadi tuff a than had of lata been
supposed. Hopea for a big yield In Can
ada were aald to hav disappeared.
Difficulty In obtaln'ng knowledge of
the actual amount of export business
don today, however, led to a bearish
reaction In the wheat market after mid
day. Th largest total mentioned wa
StiOOOO bushel and thla was not con
firmed until speculative trading hours
wer over. A decided break In cash
prices t Omaha a a result of the ar
rival of the first Nebraska wheat thla
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Sealed proposal wrll be received at
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tatlon, Nebraska flat Normal Mchool.
ui) until ten o'clock a. m., August 2. l.)4.
lor 1 tic erection 01 a bil' K anil stone
auditurbim for th Stata Normal 8 hool
at Kearniy, Nebraaka, In aciordance
with pians and specifications pr arei
by J. H. Craddock, Arx-hl ect. Room 12.
( nntlnental Building, Omaha, Nebraska.
Th board of Education. Kebnaka
Stat Normal School, will also racalve
I roposals for th heating, plumbing and
ilecirln wiring for above building, ac
cording to plana and specifications pra
pared by the architect- up until tb hour
n! date abov named.
All blda must be aooompanled by a cer
tified cheek for ftv (3 per real of tb
full amount of bid, mad payable to u.
K. Hall, Slat Treasurer of Nsoraaka.
Th Hoard reserve th riKht tu accept
any or reject any or all blda.
rilgned by the President and th Seer
tiy of th Hoard of Kducatlon, N.
biaaka Stat Normal school. Jy-21dlJt
i tended further to unsettle price
" h 't or the day
(Vrn ahowed flrmnese almost from the
tart t'o weitl.rr, adverse to iiul.H
growth 1I a:ili.Kt the bears, and it
was sa'd all the corn here and all bought
to arrive In Chicago within the neat
thirty days had been aold for shipment.
Active ra.l from the seaboard lifted ta
July delivery of oats. lter options,
though, were easy on account Of hedg
ing l y holilcra of nrw grain.
Closing prices on ol'Uons:
Article p.n. , i.ia.
i Onae.t Yes y
1 UV,' 1 OKV
1 OS'i I
1 M 1 04St
14 77H 14 IS
14 we i 14 aa
g r:i. in i i i:hi n
I ti ft
Ml 7U 77V 24, 10 T
l'u.a'-,! io '.,, tyit . i iu
I'hhaku Cuti I'rlraa Wh'aat: No. 1 red.
tl il'ald.U; No. t hard, new. $1.13fM.l4.
Corn: No. I yellow, !V,fiV: others ;
nominal. Oate: No. I white. MmV;
'standard. MHj6c. Hye: No. t. nominal; I
io s. new, c nom,n"'-,7;,J.: I
llliwinr, at. "ii..ni: ruiTrr, ap.n.-ri i j.o,
7.7H: rlba, f.M-tig7H
NKW TURK OKNRRat MARKET
Qaatatloas f ke Day Varloaa
NTCW VOnK. July H-rLOUR-Steady.
WHEAT Spot market easy' No. 1 red.
new, 811; No, t hard, new, 81.18 c. I. f.
New York; No. 1 Northern Ihiluth, 811H
o. I. f. Buffalo, ruturea ateady; Sep
COHN-4ot market firm; No. 2 yellow,
91c, prompt shipment,
OATit-Hpot market ateady.
HOIV Market steady; state common
to choice, 114. WlJc; Paclflo ooaat. 1!14.
lSTjific; li, mi lie
HIDES-Steady; Bogota, SotTttc: Cen
ira, Mnerica. o. ...... .
LKATH ER Firm; hemlock first. Uc;
seconds. 80t8.c. .,.
FROVlBlONft Pork, quiet; mesa, 218TO
PROVISIONS Pork, steady: mess, 8l m
fllK.M: family, ia."BO.0i short ol"r,
8l9.OUthl.tO. Beef, quel; mesa, llfcoff
1S; family. 81 wUUi.6V Ird. eaay;
middle west. 8ft.Ofrti8.10. , ,
BUTTER steady to firm: receipt,
ft 1M tuba; creamery extra. 2VHJlI,4c;
flrat, 4W!c; seconda. 23'j24o.
tXiOS-W'eak; re;elpl, 4.2M case!
fresh gathered xtraa, 2W."o: extra
flrt. 312(o; flrU, US4Tlc; sec
ru tr.vMW. Weaker! recelDt. 4.3N doxob; ,
state whole milk flat and twin, col- i
r.r,l anecial. Mr: no wnav, .
ored average fancy. Hc; do whit. 144c,
POULTRY Dressed. Irregular; west
ern ro rutting chlrkena frosen. !HrUic;
fowls freah Iced, 18W17o; turkeys, lij
16c; live poultry, firmer; western chirk
ens, broilers, 18c; fowls, lftHc; turkey,
Mlaaeapoll (.rata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 23 WH BAT
July, 01.24H: Heptember, 0104S: No. 1
hard. 31.4H14; No. 1 northern, 1.S7411.474;
No. 2 northern. 01.34S1jI.44.
FI -OU R r noh anged.
B R I, FT
CORN No. yellow. 7fm4a,
(lATS-No. 8 m-hlta, 61'4ie40,
Kaaaa City tlraln s4 Provialoas.
KANSAS CITV. July 22,-WHEAT-No.
8 hard, 3I.2I.41: No. 2 red, 81.17f(ri.M;
July. It 14S; September, 8LO11V; Decem
CORN-No. 2 mixed. ROc; No. 2 whlta,
fthc. No. 2 yellow. momc. No. 8 7M
7'4c: July, 7ftc; September, 7mJTlHc;
OATS No. 2 white, S2052HC; No. 2
gl. I.oata Orals MerVet.
BT I)IH8, July 22,-WHEAT-No. I
red. 81.1yrM14; No. 3 hard, nominal; July,
81.0'H: September. II (t!Urtos.
tY)RN No. 3. Wii-i No. 8 white, 73H4T;
July 7o: Keptember. 72e,
OATH No. 3 nominal; No. whlta, nom
Ltverwaol Ore la Market.
LIVERPOOL. July 22. WHKAT Spot,
easy; No 1 northern, Duluth. lis 7d; No.
3 hard winter, lis 7d; No. 2 Manitoba, 11
aurl: No. 8 Manitoba. 11a THd.
OORN Spot, American mixed new,
steady, 8s 3d.
NFTVV YORK. July COFFF"-,ne
market for futures opened at unchanged
price to an advance ol 2 points In ..
absence of selling pressure, but there
wa very little demand end the market
later eased off under scattered offering
and reports that Braaillan shippers wer
showing a little more disposition to meet
tne views of buyers. The close was 81N
points net lower; sales, 8,280 bags. Clos
ing bids: July, 7c; August. 680c: Septem
ber .8c ; October, 8.8Sc; NovemW. 6.87c ;
December. 6 80c; January, 6 We; February,
6 8c; March, 7.04c: Anrll, Tnoc; May, 7 14c;
June, T 1c. Spot, nutet; Rio No 7, 7Ho;
Santoa No. 4. t0. Cost and frets-ht offers
wars a shade lower around 8 lmi SSa for
' Han to 4s and It wss reported that ship
pers had accepted bids at a'lghtly under
.k... HvtiM. UIa .vhinfii waa I.X94
lower; mllrel prices wer unchanged at
Santo and 75 rels hlher at Rio.
NKW YORK. Julv ?1 T'OTTOV Spot,
quiet; middling uplands, .15c. Sales, V
FHl'' rloawdsteadv: October, t.lBr;
Pe-ember. 3 4"e; January, 3 53c; March,
Ontton cloeei sfeefly at a net in
inn nf 1 nnnt nn July, but cenerallv
8 to 1ft relets lower.
MVITM.POOIk Jn'y n T'OTTOV Spot.
god bus'neas done nrlcea aeartv; rod
rn'rldMnr 4"d' mldi't'ne'. 8.1d: low mid -
dllng, 4.73d. Hales 17 Vio bales.
Cr I.lve gtneU Market.
SlOfX CITY, la.. Julv r f ?ATTLF5
R'eelnts , 6 floft head; market steady;
pxt've steers 8..TMr M: eows snd heifers.
3 rwrg r: rsnners, l4flOfr4T- ealvs, 36.00
jni. tnjPs. stae-a. etc.. 36.0tvna.U.
HOO8 RecelMs. 6 rV hesd; market
tteadv; hevv rfl"rW; mixed. V rV
7v; light, 86.10imi.SO; bulk of sa'es. 86.404?'
HFEP AND LAMnS-Recelpt. 301
.J"l5r ? 'TIJ.RrriN"
at fl-40c: -es. 441 bbls.:
receipt tHs.; snipmeni. none,
stocks za.wi DDia
BOBIN-I Irm. sales, 909 bbls.: llPt.
l,6"0 bbls: shipments, none: sto ks, W 07!
bbls Quorstliins: A and II. t!W; C and
D M: B, r.; F. 33 ! O. 83.10; H and
I, UK; K. 2tt; M. 14.20; N, 21.30; WQ.
35.K6; WW. HOt
NEW TORK. July 23-MKTAL-Ieud
offered at 8i 60; spelter, not q 'oted. Cop
per: Quiet; eliH troytlr. I 2&f' W. Iron:
Steady and unchanged. Tin: Quiet.
At London copper: Bpot. 7 7s ad
futures, t?6 IFx; elwtrolytlc IW I0.
1; futures. 142. Anti
Lead, a'24 12 Hd. Spelter,
I. Joaepbj Live g(rk Market.
ST. JOSEPH. July 22.-C'ATTLhV-Ra-celpts
2' head; market, lower: steers,
r.OuHO.00; cows and heifer. 34 60t.jV;
HOO8 Hclit 2. W0 head: market,
teadv: top. 17.40; packer, slow.
SUltKP AND f.MrS lUoetpt 8.000
head; market, steady; lambs. Xl.vml.iu.
' NEW TORK. July 22. ST'GAR Raw,
quet; centrtfusVl, 4 Me; molaasea, 4. Otic;
refined, ateady. Future wer firmer
on covering and commission house buy
ing. At noon prion wer la4 points
14 S3 I
I 14 6
IHJi), lard. i.Vltv i i ic , , . .. , ,,, ,.,. i..
BlTTFH Steady ; creamery. XlwesHc. I" ; i V " nkhhiih in
I BXKJW-Steady; receipts. lO.flio cases; at I "J".1' T fui w I ml 16 I" 7J. 7
'I barbed I VmX' Vl.f j M ! Tl 1 5 7 I 44
? t ',i.i,J,"VV, . .... I Julv 11 1 MU1 a 1 a 7' 1 ail a i-l a :M 1
Of ,,'T"L:J',V'- ,ow'"' JUW IT 1U R ffi 7 T M tl) MI
innnaa iwii'igi. i
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Liberal Thursday Run of Cattle
'Mckei Good Total for Week-Big-
Gain in Hogs.
SHEEP RUN IS VERY LARGE
BOV'TK OMAHA, July 23, 101S.
ffi,,, M .inlay ...
.'.lltlc. 1'rc.s. Hh-en.
. 6.li 7.1,7 lfi.fl"l
.. 4.'! li.V 14 7
. 3.V.0 ,MI Hi.432
.. !. ft.MO l,Ui
ornriai l urlay ...
I tatiJiiate Thi.rxday
I Four days this week IMM.". ffi.r.34 n.W
!Same dnya lust Week . .U'.o a 17.!H8 41.JJ5
tarm- days 7 wks. aKo 1IH i7.4"l 34.su
iXaine da t wks. aKHll 4i S1 87,(
Same clays 4 wks. ago It. id; 4. V. SIK.SIO
Same (lays last year. ..lO.m ;UI.41 4,uV, ,
The following table snows tr1 rece'pts
of rattle, hoita and sh op at t:,e oiuli
Omaha live stock 'nsrkot tor tno vtar to
date, aa compared with last year:
rUl b4.l.M 4?.7.tf. llt.411
1 7N.oil ,K.t"i aMi.UM
- sheep U.3.K19 1.211,791 K. "
The following table d'.ow th i.' erase
price for hogs at tho t-o nil OninMa IKc
' " "'r'i r me laat I -w jya. wan
. , m.im.
July 14.1 6 ft.Val 8 Ml 8 ?' I 6 241 S 26 7 7H
July 1R. IW I 8 Ml 8 T IS! 6 !6 8 8ft I 7 1
July H.I T S! 8 Ml 8 761 7 1M I 8 281 T 83
July 17.1 7 Ot'Hl 8 TS! 8 SZ 7 liil 80 ) T 74
Ji'lv m.r , x 7; N 9. 7 171 6 S4I 8 t
Julv 1 I T 0R ft m 7 l 6 6! 8 . T 76
6 K 8 l I 7 23
6 K7'.l 8 7!" ft Kl e
8 77M 8 7 8 IW 7 26
a XH T 7o
e a; i 7
XV ft 4,11 7 8!
CATTLE There was a rather liberal
run of rattle for a Thursday, sotn 2, .100
head being reported In and the four days
auily ha been nearly t.Ww heavier than
for the corresponding period laat week.
Owing to very bearlah reports from east
ern markets and th Increased aupplleS
thla week the trade closed very weak
yBterday and opened sharply lower
again this morning. Bids and sales were
In the neighborhood of iodine lower, and
a good share of the rattle sold at prices
that were fully fto lower than a week
ago. Both heavy and light cattle that
have quality and finish are still quoted
up to 310 00, but til best beeves here
today aold at I8 60 and the bulk of the
fair to good 1 00 to l.Mound cattle
went at 8N.76(r9.60; th common to fair
warmed up and ahort fed grades gel.ltur
anywhere from 7.60Uft.6O and on down.
Undertone to tha trade waa weak
throughout and It waa well along toward
noon before anything Ilk a clearance
had been made.
quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
yearlings, 89 oor.fl0.llC; fair to good year
lings, .oni.A); good to rholoo heavy
beeves, 8!.6oy 10.10; fair to good corn'ed
beeves, iH.&otfH.&il- common to fair corn
fed teeves, I7.7i4ift.60; goial to Choice heif
ers, 87.VUU4.76: good to choice fad cows.
tA fjt.r fji- m nkin. H ,-i
8f..MVfJ7 ,&J Kood t0 choice grass cows. 36. On
(16.75: fair to good cows, 8r.6O$M.0O; com
mon to fair cows, 84 16. 60: good to
choice feeilers, S7.6Ofj8.20: fair to good
fenders, A.M'ii'.SO; common to fair
ttockers, 85.!i"fi6 60; st-wk heifers, 8V.?64A
7.00; stock rows, 8i IW4iH.60: stork calves.
6.0iM(7.60; vial calves, 8&.04X29.7D, fat
hulls, stags, etc., 86.Mitt7.M
IIOOH Hupplles were very moderato
for a Thursday, being estimated at
ninety-seven cars, or tf.ttrtO head. The.
total for the week to date of M.K24 la
twice as large as a week ago, 7.000 larger
than two weeks ago and a gala of about
3,ui over last year.
Th snipper trade was very uneven,
and while a good many light hogs ::i
early at prlcea that were fully steady
and even a little higher In spots, soma
of the later aales looked weak to aa much
aa 6rluc lower. Their eaily purchases
ranged largely at 87.OtV07.45, with some
of tne later onea under the hill. Aa com
pared with the else of th receipts, ship
per business waa the heaviest of tho
Packers first bids were a good big dime
lower, and although sellers put up a hard
fight, they refused to raise their offers
to any great extent, and when a trading
basis waa finally established, prices were
pretty close to a dime lower. Trade waa
draiigv all through, and it was well aloig
towartla noon batnr any sort ot a clear
ance was made.
The bulk of the killing hogs sold at
36.6Mr670, with a wprtnkllrg on either of
these figures. Shippers were scattered
all the way from 8ti.75 to 7.45, the latter
prices being the day'a top.
HHREP Receipts amounted to about
fifty cars or 16,000 head, which Is the
heaviest Thursday run In soma time, and
with the exception of Monday, the heav
iest for any one day since March. Tut-il
for the week of 67.102 head la 1G.WJ larger
than last week, 23.0U0 heavier than two
weeka ago, and 11,000 larger than a
year ago. Supplies for th four day
are th largest since January, and with
on exception th heaviest of the year
The local market wa in only one
In the west decently supplied, even Chi
cago having less than half the number
received hete, and sellera thought them
aefves entitled to another allglit advance
thla morning. Buyers offered (steady
money from the start, but refused to
do any better than that, and In the end
th bulk of the lamlw was cashed on a
steady basis All tha good lambs took
li ne, which Is, on paper, a nickel higher,
but quality was somewhat better than
Wednesday, and taking thla Into con-,
alderatlon, price wer no higher than
yesterday's. There wa a sprinkling of
butcher stuff on down to 87.66, but tha
bulk of the offerings went over the scales
at 87.85, which was both bulk snd top
today, and the highest prlc paid so
far this week.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
good to chd 'e 37.(f7 Hi; lambs. In1' t .
00a, g7.41r1rj.10; lainos, leeaers, i..pn
JjJi; yeaiunas, fair to cnofo, j.60i;(j.ti),
'ethers, fair to choice. 80. '..: ewea.
good to choice, 36.26iia.7B, ewes, fair to
good. 34 2brft.-JS.
CHICAGO LIVB STOCK MARKET
CHICAGO. July 22.-OATTLB-Recerpt,
torm head: market firm: natlva beef cat-
i tie, fi 4tVd in.W; wratern steers, tf.OoflS 'M:
coa and heifers, 83.r3.25; calves. 87.tOij.
1 HOOK Receipts. 20.000 hesd; market
weak and 10e 4ower; bulk. 3i.76i'.30; light.
37.Mr7.0; mixed. 1.70r7.0; he-vy. 8a.4uO
7. 0: rough. W i(KiM; pIsm, 86. 76117.60.
SHE EH ANU LAM 1114 Recclp's 9 001
head; market firm; aheep, 8j.70Q6.7a;
t. Loula Live Bturk Market.
HT. IiOlHS. July 22.-CATTLF Re
ceipts. 2.700 head: market lower; nattv
beef sleera. 3 7-"V(M0 Ou: yearllnga , sl vrs
and helfars. 8s.miV.l'i; ww. $i On 1S.I6.
atorkcra and feedera 36006.25; southern
steirs, li',.2&tf.S(5; natlva calve. ;.0iifj
lloOS-Recelpts, 6.700 bead; market
weak: pigs and lia-'iH, r7:"r'7Sr,: mix
bulchi-M, 37.25-ji7.75; good huu'vy, 7.
HI 1 EFP AND I.A MB- -Pcceits. I.'-W
1 head; market hlvcher; clipped unit loin
.i.i'-,.26; lamua. r.'. xuS.2:; t-lij pod laiiilu,
Knraaa (Ui live Uliirk M-rket.
KAN8A8 CITY. Mo.. July CATL",
Ueiilpta, l.'O) heud: market lower,
prime fed steels. I -.7 v-i 10 10. dreaaed b-ef
Steers. 1 2"j0.7!: western teer 3' Nr.j
S.tiO: cows. 34fiOt7.16'. beifeia. 7.0il')2,,
stockers and fev-lera 'u6 7.i; bulla.
:,T.,i-,; calves. 6.0Jf 10 00.
1 !KHirt Receipts t. Mil) head: m-rkrt
' hlgber; bulk. 3'.l'h7.4n; heavy M.85jy7 '.;
i imckera and butcher- 7.2i'o7.4o; light,
1 3; "u"i" Vt; pljra. 86.7S-ti7 2S.
SHKITP AND LH b8-Fceipts, l.'rt
head: market stesdy; lambs, 37 2 -iT7";
yearllrga t-t wvj7.j5; wetlmrs. 86.004.7a;
Live llocV. la slwkt.
Fe-elpts of live sto-k from th five
prim.ipal westorn merits:
Cattle, ling. Sheep.
r'outh Omaha I Jul t.i'i la.toi
Chicago 2,- 30.OJS) 3.0i
fcoul Cltv IV 8,000' o
Kansas City 3iU 4, 10
ft. Louis Z.'fJO 17u0 l.U
Totals I6s3rj It. too tn.lmi
OMAHA. July 22,-Rank clearing lor
Omaha today were I3.714.&9 IM. and for
the corresponding day lust, year, ti.566,
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