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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1915)
TIIE KKE: OMAHA, SWiTKDA Y, .HM.Y '21.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
BERLIN ANNOUNCES GAINS'
Would bsj the. most convincing proof of what w continually a1vertt.
That our prlcN9 are absolutely th lowest that onr assortment are
Itu-Rcr- iwul th quality of our furniture and gtMic-rM home furnishing
Is really much altove the average the kind that will make a home
roiy and comfortable and will Mand the teat of hard service.
OUT OF THE HIGH RENT DISTRICT
Is Now On
Is Now On
Seuion Largely Repetition
Those of the Day
German War Office Tell of Minor
Snccesiei Made in the '
WAS SPECIALTIES DECLINE
GRENADE ATTACKS FAILURE
NCTT TORK, July .-Ro tnr ss nottinj
results wrr roncoind todny's stork mar
Vrl wni largely n r-t"'tltion of the dsy
Immediately prfcwdlnir Thfr wna a
further downward revision of Seme of th.
war specialties, to which HetliUhim stt-ei
common and offered proved the must
notaMe exceptions, the fiTmer rerK-stins.
Its raornt h'Kh quotation of J04 and th.
latter making a new M,h at 1JS. Hnldwlti
locomotive also broke Into new around
at 77Hc. A few other Industrials end
equipments participating more or less
actively to profitable war contract to
and fell within comparatively narrow
Railroad stock were more prominent
but almost wholly at the expense of
Mi area like fit. Paul, Canadian Pacific
Southern Railway piefer.ed and Texas
Pacific descended to low prices In
years, Bt. Paul's minimum of 8 belna
ths record since 189S. All the carriers In
the southern and southwestern sect i ns
of the country were heavier at decline ol
1 to 4 points.
Actual ne low prices were established
by Missouri Pacific at 2K. Seaboard All
Mne p;eferred at S M. Rock Island at
jow and Forfolk ft Southern at 17.
The chief factor In connection with tht
riesvtnes of the aouthern stocks was the
diacou sains; cotton outlook , resulting
from the war, together with unfavorable
earn'ngs. Cotton options were mostly
higher, however, In response to an ur -ent
dr-mand for the staple from ftp. sign
Dealing- were the lightest of any re
cent session, ths overturn In the sneclsl
tles being f:om H to Mc under that ol
the midweek. Baldwin locomotive, West
inghouse and American Cn togetht
with Vnlted States Steel, made up one
third of the total of 476,000 shares.
Internat'onal conditions particularly
the Impending reply of this government
to Germany, furnished the tea1 for much
of the day's hesltatlm. There were no
developments of Interest In the markets
for foreign exchange. The p-obahle sue.
cess of the new Canadian note offer'ng
by one bankers threw some light on the
Investment innul y. Monetary condltinns
were unchanged except for a more fret
acceptance of Industrial collateral loans
Bonds were lrregvlar with a renewal
of foreign selling.
Total sales, par vslue, ag Te sated $', "BL
OCK). United States bonds were unchanged on
New Yrk Money Market.
NEW TORK. July 3. MERCANTILE
PAPER 3S?3Vfc Pr cent.
STEFI.'NO EXCHANGE Rlxty-day
bills, 14 7190: demand, S4.7MO; cables. U 77.
SILVER Bar, 47V: Mexican dollars.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad.
MONEY-Call, steady; Mgh. I per
cent; low. 1H per cent; ruling rae. l
per cent; Inst loan. 1 per cent: clo'ln
Id. 1H per cent; offered at t per cent.
Time loans, firmer; sixty days, 2fc per
cent, ninety days, 2 per cent six
months, 3ViQ3V per cent.
OMAHA. July 23. Bank Hearings for
Omaha todnv were 2,47S.."40.5, and for
the corresponding: day last year, 12,39,
C25.JG. D EP RTMENT OF LABOR
SPECIALS HERE NEXT WEEK
The United Btates Department of Labar
Is sending fifty people to the California
exposition In two special cars which will
pass through Omaha at 10:15 a. m. next
Wednesday. The Chicago & Northwestern
railway handles them from Chicago to
Omaha and from Omaha the party travels
over the Union Pacific.
BERLIN. July 23.-(Vla London. : p.
m 1 X Ik we nfflc todsv the follow
lng communication was given out
"The nightly hand grenade attacks of
the enemy north and northwest of Sou
ches were repulsed. In the Champagne
district we successfully blew Up several
mines and occupied the border of the
'ipenlng thu made.
"In the forest of Ie Pre t re a French
n'ght attack failed. In the Voages fight
ing Is proceeding. An attack by the
enemy against the Llngekopf-Barrenkopf
line, north of Muenster, was repulsed
after severe fit-lit Ing at close quarters
before ar.d In the positions of ths Bavar
ians and Mecklenburg Chasseurs. We
captured two officers and sixty-four Al
"A French attack ajralnst Releh-Acker-kopf
als,) was unsuccessful. Near Met
seral we ejected the French from their
advanced positions, which, according to
our plan, we evacuated In order to avoid
"As a reprisal for the repeated bom
bardment of Thlaucourt and other places
between the Meuse and the Moselle, our
artillery yesterday bombarded Pont-A-Mousen.
Our airmen dropped bomb on
the railway triangle at Pt Hlllare, In
Champagne, and forced the airmen of
the enemy to retreat."
"The barracks at Oerardmer also were
bombarded. In an aerial flight over Con
flans we destroyed a battle aeroplane of
"Faster theater: In Courland there Is
continual fighting. Wo are pursuing
eastward the retreating Russians. Yes
terday we enptrred threi machine gun
and many munition cars and field
"Our troop advanced , closer to the
Narew bridge head position. Before
Rosan .we stormed at the point of the
bayonet the village of Mlluny and the
fortification at lsygl. At the latter place
we captured 2-"0 prisoners Night sorties
from Novogeonrlevsk failed.
Southeastern theater: "The west bank
of the Vistula was cleared of the enemy
from Janowlec, west of Kasmlerx, to
Oranlca, In the wooded ground south
east of Koxlenca fighting la proceeding
with rear Russian guards.
"Between the Vistula and the Bug
the Teutonic allies succeeded In break
ing the obstinate resistance of the enemy
at several points and forced the Russians
"Llngekopf and Barrenkopf are three
and four kilometers, respectively, north
of Muenster. Oranlca la ten kilometers
south of Ivangorod."
A "Tot Bale" ad wm turn second-hand
furniture Into cash.
Pubstantlid Lawn Mowers are IS
inches and guaranteed to g've ex-ei
lent service. Our
Child's Indian Tent, made of heavy
canvas, nicely ornamented, complete
witn aiAKe, pole ana rope.
An excellent Porch Rocker, made of
heavy fter In the brown flnlali. Ex-
reptionailv well made with a closely
ao,'iii woven back and seat
I a closely
"RS. JAMES C. ENEW0LD
D'ES IM SAN FRANCISCO
Mrs. James C. Enewold, former pioneer
resident of Omaha, died Thursday In
San Francisco at the age of 68 year.
Mrs. Enewold came to Omaha In 1S78 and
was during her residence here a promi
nent member of the Danish church. She
Is survived by her husband, now In San
Fronclaco, and throe children, Henry J.
and Frederick C. Enewold, and Mrs, C.
G. Carlbery. and two sisters, Mrs. Eliza
beth Hendrlckson . and Miss Itanslne
Boes. all lh!n? In Omaha.
m - t r m i i . a i
A spleiiuid four-passenger Lswn
Swing, finished In red with natural
wood seats, which are ad1us"ie.
The entire swing Is thoroughly we'l
bolted and screwed to
gether. Our price .
You will actually save
from 25 to 507c by buying
your porch and lawn furni
ture at the Central Furni
r?5? est ice
Ice Cream Freexers that are abso
lutely sanitary. No solder uaed on
the Inside of cream can. AO A
Our price U
YO'J MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS AT THE CENTRAL
No matter what the value, no matter how high the tjuality, it is time for Clear
ance. ,So all cMn's Suits ami Trousers have been ordered to move. Radie&l reduc
tions are the rule, as the most desirable of wearables
go marching out of the store. The sale includes all
our high-class Hart, Sehoffncr & Marx Suits; Hart,
Schaffsr & Marx and Princess Trousers, as well as
elegaut Palm Beach Suits certainly very desirable
right now. Look at the bargains:
Hart. Schaffner & Marx Suits
All f 25.00 Suits . . $16.75
All $20 00 Suits . . $14.75
: All $18.00 Suits . . $12.75
All 415.00 Suits . . $ 9.75
Hart, Schaffner & Marx and Princess d
Trousers in this great "ale, regular y
$G.(X) and $7.00 Trousers, for
The $5.00 and $o.50 H., S. & M. Trousers S3.50
And $3.03 and $4.50 Princess Trousers $2.50
Palm Beach Suits
Genuine Palm lieach Suits; the lightest, coolest pro
curable, wonderful values at... $5.00 and $8.50
Pure Shantung Silk Suits Hart, Schaffner & Marx
make and they are priced very low at. . . .$15.00
The regular $10.00 Mohair Suits aro now $0.05
And the $15.00 to $18.00 Mohair Suits go at. .$12.50
it liv,. fyi Afffnrs'nyi it
Apartments, flats, houses and cottages can be rented quickly through Bee "For Kent" Want Ads.
v v - a kb w a a m a arm.m a mm
NEW Maximum Lighting Rate, OLD Maximum Lighting Rate,
8 Cents. 11 Cents.
EFFECTIVE AT ONCE
Applicable to All Bills Rendered on and After August 10th
Iron Should Be in
Electrical Household Appliances Lighten the Housewife's
Electric Irons save in time, steps and temper. They can
be used wherever there is an electric light socket. They do bet
ter work than old fashioned irons.
Electric Fans, Table Stoves, toasters, washing machines,
ELECTRICITY IS DOING MUCH to reduce toil and dis
comfort in the home to make life easier and more worth liv
ing for women.
Chief among the most favored electrical appliances is th3
Electric Flatiron now sold at reduced prices.
Burden Saves Time
Vacuum Cleaners, Coffee Percolators and a host of other do
vices are playing a big part in making woman's work more
See them at our office or your electrical supply store.
OMAHA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY
GEORGE II. HARRIES. President
Maximum elee'ric lighting rates have been reduced approximately 40 within the past 2 years due to physical improvements and growth of bminess
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