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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1915)
TIIK ItKK: OMAHA. lTKSIUY. AUGUST J4. HMft.
llonaea anil iDiliiri.
fc-R'OM. water electric light, in go-si
condition, ti; month. 341 Cass St., tvsr.
T-ROOM modern house. 34"7 Jackson St.,
8:?.5fl. -Apply at Hymn liwl
M laurel I no eons.
BT"T a 7-ronm modern llnncnm rr
hura on a rental basis. Tel. Har. 4J5.
R. Kauir, electric lights, cistern, water
In house $12 month. Mrs. Anderson,
W Hascall St. Tel. Harney 13'3
FOR" RENT-Modern 6-rT house.11ll N
2M Bt, SOUTH OMAHA. Tel. So. 8172.
U47PARK Jv. 7-r., tr,rt,v modH 1
' l'KJ $-room house for rent, gis. wntor
and bath; price. H. I'hone Webster V.
FOR KKNTiTrma.. close In. TelTp. n:T.
ONE 4 and n 5-room house; good con
dition. Tel. Webster lo2
F4RM A RA8II II 1. 4 Kite FOR
TTA TOTt A FARM FOR OA LB?
Writs a good description of your land
and tend H to the Sioux City, ta., Journal.
'na's Mint Fowtrful Want Ad Me
dium." Twenty-flvs word tverr Friday
eveninx, Pstiirday morning and every
taturdny evening and Sunday morning
for one month, giving at teen ada oa
twelve different day Tor $4; or W word
$4 or 7 word la.
Largest circulation of an? Iowa neve
paper, iuO.tX) reader dally in four great
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
t AND 7-room houses near high gchool,
pert modern. 5 Tel Hmwrn 5K3-J.
JUM'SKS In nl purls of tho city. F. D.
Weed. 101 Famem PL o
NEW t-r , mod, bungalow. jX. P. 8037.
l"koB tojjgla S3 for complete Uet of
vacant boueee aad apartments: alo tor
storage, moving. 18th and Jackson ts.
12h-ACHK dairy farm near town, Jnl off
Lincoln highway; good water, Frio ft4 ,
per acre, fun eg 1 :J acrea adm:nlnu this,
la nil, with good ciilliliiiks. on easy term.
li acree, near town, eet out In fruit. l"rlce
l.i', on easy ternia. Pay Ileus Co.. 123
1'enrl St., council Bluffs, la.
180 ACRR9 well Improved, close to town
and school, fine location, large grove;
I 80 In cultivation. AO In pasture. balance
' alfalfa: grove, orchard; must sell. Ad
areee owner. Box Ml. Bmmet, Ncb,
FOR SALE Beet large body" high-grade
medium-priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley. WoJ
HIOHF.ST prices lor old clothing. D 4714.
6EK the Central Furnitur Store 'REaj
-R HOTJrtK, mod., except electricity; oak
floors, elegant fireplace, good neighbor
hood, reasonable rent to right party. 814
8. S3d. Fhnn Douglas 3"40.
tl,,oni, Crelgh Bone Co. H, bug
IIOUSCS , ,Yl parte of the city.
GlobeVan & Storage
Stores, moves, paokg ahlpa; s-taorse vaa
and I men. II. JS per hr.; storage M Pr
mo. fUUafactlon guar. D. 4M tt Tr. I-A
Gordon Van Co.
n N. Xlth Bt. Tel. I. m or Har.
tn ACRES, a mliee from MlnntMipollg.
one mne irnm town; isu acres unntr
eultlratlon: balance used for pasture;
I can practloally all be cultivated; heavy
'soil. Oood eet buildings, consisting of -'room
house, lanre barn, granary, corn
cribs, windmills, etc.; the land will pro-
i ftllAA at huahAla fif rn.n nv n r - tele
phone in house; country thickly eettled;
complete act of maohlnery; Ti head Ox
n, i-tjiiBiBi ill, tit II utowi., Mtmiiw
and 2-ynar-nlda; six good horses, 26 hogs,
.. 1. I .. - t. 1 . f .Ul- -' n n4
t lllV.7111., wiiv-iiaii 1.1 . lll. mi m . ' 1 , wmwm
everything on the farm goes at 160 an
acre, half cash. Schwab Urns.. 10ai Ply
mouth Hldg , Mlnneapolla. Minn.
11& ACKhifl high land, overlooking beau
tiful lake) 15 acns cleared: log build
ings; H-mile to school; on main road;
$1.!M. Paw timber: 70 mllea to Puluth;
111 per acre; terms. Geo. Reed el. Mo
Omgor, Aitkin Co.. Minn.
, WBBT Farnam district, -room modern
bungalow, blocks from Farnam car.
l"hon H. WO. Kent, fcK) month.
One Small Office
Good Location Fourth Floor.
Water and Klectrtc Light, Free.
. $12.00 Per Month.
The Bee Building
;"The building that Is always new."
Office, Room 103.
FINTJ KXk-a-re farms. Improved, 'in the
heart of Wyoming's gruln belt, tli to l
pwr actv: nbundnnt crops and ideal cli
mate; come and Investigate. Forter aV
Moon. Chugwater, Wyo.
I ItH-ACRF) farm, fl3 per at-re. 130 cash and
120 psr month; no Intereat; rich soil;
fine land: pure water, good title. Writ
W. T. Young, ;r.. Kimball. Neb.
1 2706 Farnam, rooms, modern, fine con-
, 410 No. sdd. 10 roortui, m6d.. 2 baths, $40.
' 3.J27 Chicago, R rooms, modern. ).
i 2406 Capitol Ave., 7 rme., modern, .
1UV3 California, o rooms, 112.50.
U66 No. aoth. 4 rooms, H4
fUNQWALT. HRANDE13 TltBA. BUDQ.
Van and 4lo.ge
Co. Call us lor es
timates for ujov-
lcg. pacK.-a. snipping. 17U Wtbster Bt
J I - 1 Exp. Co- moving,
( KPPfl rscklng A storage
t-KOOM cottage. 111 S. 2Mh fct.. 115.0-X).
water paid. ;
MODERN 7-room house, newly decorated.
241IS Caldwell. '
Stores and Offices.
with entrrmce from
Court of Bog Building.
,1000 to 15.0Q square feet.
. . Inrjulra Room 103
R. O. Babcock, Sup't.
RKL CRT.1TB LOAJtS
FARM Li'AN, R PER CENT.
TOLAND A TRUMPUI.U 4411 Pee Rldf.
i00 TO tlO.Onv made promptly. T. D.
Wend. Weed Bldg.. llth and Farnam St
CITY and farm loans, t, tV I per cent.
J. H. Dumont A Co., 411 "tats Bank.
. A "For Saie" ad wilt turn second-hand
furniture Into cash.
CITT property. Large loans S specialty.
W. It. Thomas, lg Htate Hank B'.dg.
WANT HD Good farm and city loans at
PETERS TRtTPT CO.. m Farnam.
OMAHA homes. Rast Nebraska farms.
, O KEEFB REAL, F8TATB CO.,
lfllt Omsha National. Phone' Pouglia fTII.
i! O N FY on hand for oily and farm loan
H. W. Binder. City National Hank Bldg.
6 EE us flist for farm loans In eastera
Neb. tTnlted States Trust Co.. Omaha,
CITY LOANS. C. O. Carl berg,
810-11 Hrandels Theater Bldg.
WANTED City and farm loans; lowest
rates. W. O. Tern pie ton. 801 Uea. T. 20HK
REAL. . ESTATtWvOA EXCHANGE
WUAHTKH fine table land to trade for
six, fifteen or sixteen model automobte;
no Junk, wanted. Address box. , Ogaiall.
REAL ESTATK ACREAGE
10 ACRtH near Council Bluffs, on good
road, 6-room house, fine well, lvt acres
in strawberries, small orchard, nloe lay
ing land, fair barn. Price IS.000, on easy
terms. Dav 4k ilsoe Co., la Pearl Ht.,
Council Bluffs. . .
REAL ESTATK NORTH SIDE
fi5 NICH office opposite elevator at 401
II. A. WOLF.
I ' Ware Blork. Douglas gftig,
1522-24 K. 24th Ht.. 4lxiw, or less Jfirt
A. 1. TL'KKY & SON.
Tel. r.502. W, O. W. Rldir.
DFSIRABLn modern store room. 607 No.
16th St. Low rent. Oonrsd Young. S23
Brandciw Theater. J)oujf. lf71.
Entire third floor of Ware block; large
office, with, many private offices and
vaults; rent very low.
H. A. WOLF.
614 Ware Block; Douglas 88S.
bEiSIRABUC store room, steam heat,
sultaible for meat nutrkct. grocer,
plumber, etc. 222 lavenworth St. Con
rad Yo'in g. t2t Brandel a Thea. Douij:. 1671.
FOR RENT Small barrn-r shop, good lo
cation. Phone Council Uluffs Mrs.
! MODERN store fer rent, 20fO Ijike SL;
car stops at door; particulars, lixii
2014 BURT STREET.
K RLOCKa FROM FORD FACTORY.
4-rootn. modern lot 'XliU: all Davlns
I and special taxes paid. There is a mtg.
; of t,'A in B, & L., in payments of jlX 20
per montn. mu property la rignt down
town and a good buy at $2,100.
J. N. SN1TZKK, 422 Paxton Bile D. 1181.
OWNER LEAVING CITY.
Beven rooms modem, hot water neat, S
bedrooms, plenty closets, garden, fruit,
half blnok to car. Only 2,fM. Very easy
terms to good party. 4615 N. 37th. W. RIM.
FOR SALE Two vacant lots, good neigh
borhood, close in, part cash, balance
easy paymonts. Owner, Address B 977,
16TH ST. STORE.
818 X. 18th St., brand new modern store,
ExtjO; full cemented cellar, rent very low.
H. A. WOLF.
ttl4 Ware Block. Douglas 8oK8.
STOREROOM at 2410 Cuming St., 130.
ALFRH3D C. KENNEDY CO..
Totiglaa TC2. 209 1st Nat. BanK llllg
OFFICES, seoond floor, 1404 Harney bt.
Offices, third floor, liO Harney. .
Store, 14 Harney.
O. C. ItEDlCK. ATTORNEY. .
S42 Omaha Nat, bank Bldg. Tel. D. 1612.
STOrlE KOO.M. '
24th and Leavenworth Sis., at 708 P.
2-1 th St., large room, Jx45 ft., elec. and
gas. Full sired, light basement. Alley on
side of building. Rental 130.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
1fi2t Farnam Bt. Dotig. 8S8.
Part or all of one floor In laree five
story brick bulldlnir. Large freight ele
I valor. Address J lie). Bee.
WANTED TO BUI
OrrnCE furniture bought and sold,
C Reed. 1207 Ferns m rH.ii n
WANTED Reliable real estate company
to sell large tract of Texas land, sub
dlvlded Address Box it. Wlnterset. la.
Ta e nuys everything md hand. Web. 4304.
Alignujr usi nlsu srtiw ulinii L. Mil.
WANTED TO HKXT
WANTED To rent farm cn halves; tools
and horses furnmhed; stock on halves.
Clarence Adania. Oentcrvllle, la.
KARM Jt RANCH I.A1SIW FOW- WALK
Live Oak Colonies, noue better. W. T.
Smith Co.. i,'-u City Nt
ty Nut Ha. Tt. Hi
HALF section of land on rural route.
miles of Sterling, Colo., (ts.nou popu
lation), acroes the roud from school.
Let el unimproved land. l.lat K loajit soil,
Hxcellent crops Joining. Price $17. .i0 p-t
aort. Will sell on roniru. t, "i H-r at re
uaali. balance I-' .M an acre e.irh year for
6 yeara, 4 per cent lnte.reat. Easier than
rent. One crop of wheat will pay for the
land, said it will doubte In value ui two
a M. MORTON.
filer! lug, Colorado.
Want to move to Omaha. Have bouse
new ui IM. soou baru. two ,ota sUs.
bri'k chicken hones (will ea t4
chickens in it), all three lota facing
t-SAl. good location, two blucks from car.
not i,io cloua .j toe ii, kiir improve
ments, will ll cheap for cash, will
tnase en augemenls for paymenu If you
have large soul lu pay down. Address
REAL ESTATE SOUTH BIDK
7-R. House, 4 Lots
This proierty la located at 2114 8. 46th
St., tiVi blocks from car line at fist and
Center ts. and near locals' school house
Is heated . -y furnace; large barn, brick
cave, cemented; good well and cistern;
four large lots, fruit trees, shade trees,
etc. This is a good slxed piece of prop
erty for a little money and can be han
dled on reasonable terms. Take Leaven
worth street car line, transfer at 48tfc
St. Tenant will show you through.
Fred W. Shotwell
354 Omaha Nat, Bk. Bldg. Phone D. 1229.
im SOUTH 5 1ST.
Living room, dining room, bed room,
kitchen and pantry on 1st floor; stairway
to floored attlo with complete bath room,
electric lights, gas. city wster, eemsnt
basement; corner lot, 12 feet on (1st and
Ml feet on Pierce St.; one block from car.
Price, $2,200; $100 cash, balance monthly.
C. 0. CAKLBEltG,
813 Brandels Theater Bldg.
4-room house, fart mudHrn; large fruit
trees, chicken fence, ll.fW. 8010 8. th St.
EQUITY in nice 6-room bungalow at
So. Kd Ave. Will consider late model
s-pxes. auto as part of equity. Har. o32ti
1 HAVE a beautiful home In one of the
choicest reaident sections. 8-room
house, garage, cement drveway; luVft.
front, beautiful hedgrs. trees and shrub
bery. Want to trade for rood, well lo
cated, 6 r (-room bungalow or email
house, clear of incumbrance. Will ar
raime to carry difference. L. 87 Be
- BEAUTIFUL -UOO.M HOME
For sale; completely modern, garage, beat
location, near Hansi om 1'ark. 16a Oeorsla
Ave. OWNER. Phone Harney 41.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
MAKE US AN OFFER
mi DOUGLAS STREET.
Fine neighborhood, paved street, one
I lo"W to car line.
Thla Is not a new hous, but an ex
ceptionally well-built houw, in .-l on
dltlon. having new roof, new porch, new
furnace, new plumbing, new hardwood
noors. newly papered Inside, and newly
For anyone needing the room this la
the chance of a H'e time. Will sacrifice
for quick sale. Call us end make ap
pointment to eee this.
BENHON CAR MICHAEL.
TL Doug. yiZl 645PextonBlocV1
LEA VINO city. Bunralow for sale cheauT
Terms. .' No. 4ith St.
REAL ESTATE SnURBAN
J-ROOM cottage In Florence. I blocks
from car; big lot of fruit; chicken hous.
11.75-. About $i00 casli can handle. Phone
REAL ESTATE VACANT
Wheat Market it Weak, with Most
of Grain Selling at Satur
ONLY FAIR DEMAND FOR CORN
OMAHA. August ,m:..
What was weak today, selling un
changed to lower, most of the wheat
gouiK at Saturday a prices.
Omaha leads all markets In com re
Ce.pta todsy, having li ears reported I".
There was onlv a fair demand for
corn and tt sold VO'l'ao lower.
Oats receipts ere also good today,
foriy-nlne cars being received, oats sold
The farmer ran now see there Is a pos
sibility of a wheat crop of l.f,n.".MM
biisheis. ForctKners have hld off from
buying because of uncertainty of quality
of winter wheat and they continue to
hold off In the belief that lower prices
are certain to come.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour,
equal to 81,000 bu.; corn, K.OOO bu.; oats,
Liverpool Close: Spot wheat, un
changed to le lower. Corn, unchanged.
Primary wheat receipts were I.W1.0W
bu., and shipments, l.i;,onO bu.. as ngjlnst
receipts of 2.2U2 0UO bu., and shipments of
1.023.000 bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were 670,000 bu.,
and shipments a.ono bu., as against re
ceipts of l,.flu0 bu., and shtpmenU ot
tos.uuo bu. last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1.711,000 bu.,
and shipments 8M.000 bu:, as against re
ceipts of 1.&77.000 bu., and shipments of
SlO.uOO bu. last year.
WheaU Corn. Oats.
fhlcago m 61 2st
Omaha 67 Hi 4
Kansas City W tvi 21
St. Louis 16.1 64
These sales were reported todny: Wheat
No. X hard winter: 2 cars, $i.l0. No. I
hard winter: 2 cars, 1.1J; t cars, $l.o.'; 7
cars. $l.V; 1 car, llgnt. Ii.oa. No. 4
nam winter: i ear, 1.14; i cars. i 'n; 7
cars. $LiV, i cars, 29c; I care, Knc. No.
spilng: 1 tar, $Lli. No. 4 spring: 1 car.
..i.l. Sample: 1 car, V7c; 1 oar, lsM(c; 6
cars, Mk; i car, c; 1 car, 80c. Corn No.
2 white: 7 cars, 7Xvo. No. 2 white: cars,
72 'o. No. I yeilow: i cars, 7i'. No. I yel
low: 4 cars, 7.c No. 2 mU: 12 cars,
Vic. Ho. i mixed: 7 cars, i.a. No. 6
mixed: 1 Car, 71o; I cars, 71Sc;
No 11 mixed. 1 care. near yellow,
73c. Sample: 2 oars, mahogany. 7e;
1 car. heating. bo; 1 oar, 7uo. Oats No.
2 white: 1 car, 43o ; 1 oar, 4c. No. II
-., . v u . . wv. , mm , Mv, urn. .otVi
I caxs, 2741, No. 4 white: I cars, tdc. 2
oaas, atWc; t care, 25a. Sample: 1 car, 16c;
1 car, oono; 2 cars, S.V. it ye: No. 2: 8
cars, 9tic. No. S: 1 car. Vtc, Sample: 1 car,
Mtc. Barley: No. 4: 1 car, hoc.
Omaha cash Prices v heat: No. 2 tur
key, $1.0311. M; No. S turkey, $1.0b1.24;
No. hard, I1.104P1.21; No. S hard, l.0uw
I. 20; No. 4 hard. $1.001.U; No. 2 spring,
II. OtVu'Lll: No, S spring. $.07i1.09: No. 2
durum, WSWc: No. 2 durum, SwruWc. Corn:
No. i white. 7HT734e: No. S white, T2if
T2ic; No. 4 white, 7Htfr72e; No. 6 white.
7lW571c; No. white, 71W7mc: No.
2 yellow. 74tr7Rc; No. 3 yellow, im&mc;
No. 4 yellow, "4rtfrt; No. R yellow, 74'if
74H: No. yellow, 7S6r74c; No. 2
mixed, TiWc; No. 3 mixed, 71 Vlf
72V4c: No. 4 mixed, 714r72.': No. 6
mixed, 71ViP,n;r; No. mixed, 71VtIlc.
Oats: No. 2 white, 417r43c; standard, 88f
3fc; No. S white, 37Vi'Wo; No. 4 white, 2
trA Bnrley: Malting, 60WOc; No. 1
feed, 4Wi0r. Rye: No. 2, HoMfWc; No
8. X'tflWc. .
CHICAOO CHAIN AND PnOVISIONl
Fee tares of the Trading; and Closing;
Prices on Board of Trad.
CHICAOO, Aug. 23. The European war
situation was the main influence today
in sending wheat down. The close was
weak, 14ki to 2Wlfa( lower than Satur
day's close, with September at $l.KHi. and
(December at IflVcWIsc. Corn closed a
to He net loss, oats were oft c to
Wlf. and provisions were unchanged to
Reports by wsy of Amsterdam and
London that the financial situation In
Ourmany was tightening and was giving
cause for hopes in some quarters that
tliis would tend to the brlnfilng of pcacr
In Europe was an explanation to tho
bearish movement In the latter part of
the Board of Trade session. Liquidations
and short selling, followed by a sharp
break in prices, quickly resulted.
Light frosts in the Canadian northwest
had caused a small upturn earlier In the
day. this market being influenced by the
bulge there, but the impetus it gave was
not great and did not last long. Talk
was current of anticipated relief In the
exirort and import situation by the open
ing of the Dardanelles, which some ob
servers of conditions are predicting as
Though corn was comparatively weak.
It held Its own a little better than othei
grains because of u forecast of cooler
weather. There was fair buying among
commission houses. Oats followed thn
weakness in wheat, and though there
was some buying near the close by shorts,
the undertone was easy.
Provisions were helped upward by a
Jump of 10 cents in hog prices and by
active covering by shorts. Lard, weak av
the start, gained a little later and held
steady to the close.
choice, 4tnV; extra choice, MTfo;
fniH y. ftif. Itnielns, firm; loose, nius
calels. tl7,'; choh-e tt fancy eoelt,
7l'HV: e edlraa, "WtffV', Ignition
LiOt r. $1 .Suii t.ai.
SKW IIIHK (.KM Kit 4 1. M4.RHRT
qnotatlona of the Day oa barlows
Corn mod 1 1 lee.
NEW YORK. A. .3 -KIH R F.asv;
spring patents, . if; whiter patents,
new. to MjtvtJ; winter straights, new,
s llr-AT Ppot Irregular; No. t red,
H.IM4. c. I. f .. New ork, prompt ship
ment; No. 2 hard, H.iiV v. I. f.. New
tk. to airlxe, lake and rail; No 1
not them, lmluth, $1 02; No. 1 northern,
Manitoha. Wv. c. l. f.. Buffalo. Futures
weaker, SeptHllioer, $1 Of1.
CORN Sioi, easy; No. 1 yellow, 89c,
OAT Easy ; No t white. rdtTM1: No.
4 white, iMmV.r, nominal.
HA Y-fttrady; No. L $1.87': No. t 11.38
it 3u; No. 3, $1.30; shipping. II hun .1$, ail
HOPS -Htendv; state common to choice,
1!14 crop ni'lV; Paclflo coast. 1H crop,
U'iU c; i1S crop. .vile.
HIDES steady; Bogota, 3CVlo; Central
LEA 'I it Kit -Steady ; hemlock firsts, fic;
PIUiVlS ON 4 Pork, steady; mesa, $1N
'i;u; taiuily, $J0,0iiU,ii.u0, short ciear,
$:.MVflX(n. Beei. qiiiet; mens. $U.jm'
l!Xt, family. $l.roq.oo. iArd, steady;
middle west. f Intij'K. 26.
TALIXIW gulei; city, ISc: country, 6T
I TT'l t-K- Aiaraet steady; receipts,
P.;fJf tubs; creumery extras, 2ttf'fTo; firsts,
I4y.k.'vo; Kcuilltl, yjSitfZS'.c.
EUI1.- Market steady: receipts, 11.464
cases; fr-h trathert-d rxtms, J'jXc, ex
tra first. :,( .tiSic; firsts, c, sec
CHi:il-Mnrket weak; receipts l.m
boxes, state whole mil it fresh flat, while
and colored special, 14"'lJ'c; average
LIVE POULTRT-Market easier, prtee
unsettlel; lrssed, easy; western fcoaen
roasting chickens. 20c: folwa. Jcod. j.31
li turkeys, iced, iWllic.
OMAHA UF.NItUtL MARKET.
Artli lel Open. I Hlgh.l Low. Closo Yes y
Wheat i I I
SepL 1 02 1 02H 1 001 1 () J 1 02
Dec. t t 0 97 I 7 1 0oJ.t
Corn I I
Sept 7 747 74 74 7474
Doc. 6S1 63Hi 63VI U'tt SUMi
Sept. SRH SSW 37V 3"t 38
Dec. S7 271 37 27!,
Pork I I
Sept. 18 75 13 77 18 T 13 75 13 67
Oct 13 85 I 13 90 13 86 13 HO 13 80
Lard 1 '
Sept 8 07 8 12 8 07 8 121 8 10
Oct. 8 17 (22 g 17 8 12 8 20
Sept. 8 76 8 75 8 70 8 70 8 70
Oct 8 22 8 85 8 73 IK iM
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red,
$1.0iejrnTJV. No. 2 hard, 1.101.12;. Corn:
No. 2 yellow, 81QK14o; others, nominal.
Oats: No. 3 white, new, Stilton; standard,
new, 43Vjtff,46c. Rye: No. 2, $l.u(tjl.04. Bar
ley: R!tfic. Timothy. $5.5o'rt.75. Clover:
$5(ylJft. Pork: $13.75; Lard: $8.07. Ribs:
BUTTER Lower; receipts, 13.301 tubs:
creamery, extras, 24-; extra firsts. 23'j
23c; firsts. 2Mic; seconds, 206;ilc;
packing sto;W. 184fll4c.
EGOS Higher; reoeipts. 1.KZ rases; at
mark, cases Included. 17&Hc; ordinary
firsts 1!iiltfc: firsts, SOVi'-lc.
C1EEKSE--Kteady; daisies. 130,1.V4c:
twins, UWv3-; Young Americas, 1.1V
Wc; lonif horns, 13'A4lfl3c.
rtJTAT(Ft Firm: receipts, "65 cars;
Jerev cobblers, 60riT3c Jersev irlanta,
SrOOc- Minnesota and Ohio, 424rV
POT.TiTHY Alive lower; fi.wls, 1301
134c; springs, 164)l7o.
Liverpool Ormlt Market.
LIVETtPOOI Aug. 23 w.l I EAT Spot.
No. 2 Manitoba, lis 7'd: No. ", lis 'd;
No. 1 northern Duluth. lis d.
CORN Spot, American mixed, new, s.
FIOUR Winter patents, its.
HOPS In London). Pacific coast. 4
I'.vaoomted Apples and Dried Krwlt.
NEW YORK, Aug. 23. EVA IOHATED
AKPLE8 Quiet: cl.ol e, 74ile; fani:y.
84i'c: prime 7V;ifi7'i:.
1KIET FKU'TS- Prunes, steady; Oall
fornlas. 4Vim.c; Oregon, 7(ilc. Apri
cots, firm; holce. h'wJWf'V.c: extra choice,
ViitJtrV; fancy. lO'v-. Peaches, quiet;
ONE of the best located lots In Mornlng
atds addition for saie, cseap. W aJ. 1146.
REAL ESTATE Ml SCKLLAN EO US
FOR SALE -Ileal Estate Auction:' For
sale at public auction to hudiest bidder
at court house In Beatrice, on Tuesday,
September 7, 1SI5, bonk block, Iccatetd at
4th and Court Sts., Beatrice. TbU la una
of the best built t u ness bulldlnxs In
the rlty. rentrally located, four sturles
and bssemenl, steam heat, rhctrlc ele
vator, fine banking room, burglar-proof
vaults. For terms ami further Informa
tion write E L. llavelone, referee, Bea
BUTTER No L X-tb. cartons, Bc; No.
t, HO-lb. tubs. 230.
CliVI'.SElmported Bwlsa Ifto; Amer
ran bwiss. toe; block Swiss, tic; twins,
ljc, dalaies, 16c; triplets, ISo; Young
Amerb a, is'; blue laiiei brlt k. Ittwc;
llmburser, 2-lb.. 2oc; New York white,
18V; imported French Roqueloit, 4cc
FISH-trout, 16o, white fish. l.Ho; ball
but, Ijc; channel catfish, 16c, herring, 7o;
codilsh, luu'lio; mackerel, ltc; salmon.
Sv. FI-TT POTATOES Kansas, $2.75 bbl.
HKEF CUTS lllbs: No. 1, llVo; No. 2,
1-1 ., Ka If I K7n 1 T II. 1.'
2, ls4ci N'o. . 17'c- Chucks': No. 1, Lic
j No. I. J'Jc; No. 8, ho. Hounds; No. 1, 17c;
no. x, 111c; co. , t'taiea; r.0. 1, 9W,
No. 2, rc: No. 8, Stc
Fruit and vegetable pni.es rurnlshed by
(itllluskl Fruit (company;
FRUITS oranges: California Valenclas,
100s, 12iis, 2tes, Hit, Ikkis, tj.vO per box;
California Valcnclua, l.V, 17Ks. lints, 216s,
20Os, $6.60 per box. Umoni: M7xtra fancy
Oolden Bow, Sous. ;Wos, $6.60 per box; extra
fancy Sunk 1st, 300s, 3wls, $h.b0 per box;
Ked Pall, $4.U0 to 4.W per box. Peaches:
California Crawfords, 76o per crate. Cali
fornia Ellertaa, 70c per crate; California
Elberlas. luo-crste lots. 67sc per crate;
California Elberlas, 2u0-crate lota, 65o per
crate; California Elberlas, $1.26 bu. ; Cali
fornia Elhertas, 26-bu. lots, $1.20 bu.
Plums: Italian Prunes, $1.4i per crate;
Italian prunes, 6-urate lots, $1.20 per crate;
Italian prunes, lu-crats lots, f 1.15 per
crate; Wicksons and Kekseys, $1.2Ti per
crate; Diamonds, Hungarians and Oross,
$1.40 per crate; Box Wicksons, ll.iri per
box Pears: California Bartlet'.s, $3.u0 per
box; Washlnaton Bartletts, fancy, I1.75
per box. Orapea: 4-basket crates. $1.M
per orate. Bananas: Medium fruit. fc!.uu
to $2.25 per bunch; Jumbo fruit, Changul
nola and Port Llman, 4c per lb. t'anta
louiies, California ponies, Ms, $2.00 per
erate; California stsndards, $2.60 per
crate; Moapa Nevsda standards, $2.7$ per
crate; Jumbos, $2.60 per crate; ponies. O,
$2.27i per crate.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1. 18c per lb.; Bra
alls, 12c per lh. ; almonds, 20c per lb.;
filberts, 16o per lb.; pecans, 12c per lb.
MI-4CELIANEOUS Crackerjack. $S.W
per case; cia'ker)ack, half case, $1.75 per
case. Cornpops, $3.15 per case: $1.76 per
half caae. l'ot.nu's. No. 1, raw, 6c per lb.;
No. 1 rosstod, 8c per lb.; Jumbo raw, 7o
per lb. ; Jumbo roasted. 8o per lb. Water
nie'ons. IVie per lh.
VEOETA BLEB Cabbage, home-grown,
14o per lb.; head lettuce, $1.00 per dox. ;
primers. tJc per basket; leaf lettuce, 50c rer
,'dos. ; tomatoes, 65c per basket; onions.
Washington, 2c per id.; celery, $5o per
dox.; cucumbers. $1.00 per basket; parsley,
Sf.o per dot.; wax and green beans, 50a
per basket; green peas, 50o per basket;
new beets, carrots and turnips, 40c per
basket; radishes, 20c per dot. New Pota
toes; 70c per bu.; while, Mo per bu. Sweet
Potatoes: $1.60 per hamper.
Omaha liar Market.
PRAIRIE HAY-There Is a very large
supply of hay on the market Total sup
ply on all roads, including today s re
ceipts, amounts to brtween seventy-five
and eighty cars. There are about thirty
cars on the 1'nlnn Puclfic, thirty on the
Chicago 4k Northwestern and about
twenty on the Missouri Pacific, and Bur
llngton. The last twenty cars are south
ern hay from Kansas City. Prices must
decline low enough to prohibit shipments
from Kansas City here. With this heavy
supply on hand and prospects of clear
weather ahead and liberal advices of hay
to arrive, the market cannot remain
where It has been. The hay that Is on
the market averages fairly good. Very
little, however, that Is choice, but ths
majority will grade No. t Following Is
the range of values: Choice upland, llflWl
'ti1U; No. 1. llO.OWi 10.50; No. 2, W.umfnOOO
No. 3, $7.0mi.; choice midland. $10.0ia
lO.fO; No. 1. $!t,00tM 10.00; No. 2, $K.xr.0u; No
3. gfl.ixVun mi; choice lowland, Iy.nitj9.tif No
1. V.miV.W. No. 2, $7.KKu8.00; No. 3, Kmi
The prevailing opinion of this market
seems to be that prices will t low dur
ing the fall and winter. There Is not
enough demand to take care of the sup
ply. There seems to be an abundance of
foravn In nil directions.
STRAW None on the market and has
not lieen for soma time. Choice wheat is
quotable, st from $5.00ji6.60, possibly
mlKht bring $8.00.
ALFALFA Three cars In storage.
Practically no alfalfa arriving on the
market and practically no demand for
It. No. 1 to choice Is quotable at $11 (cut
12.00; No. 2, $9.00tiU.OO; No. $. $7.00HJ..
NEW YORK. Aug. 23.-OOFFEE
There was a renewal of Soptember liqui
dation in the markeit for coffee futures
here today, and after opening at a de
cline of 6 to point, active months sold
about 8 to 13 points under Saturday s
losing flKiirne. with Septinnber touvhlng
6.1rto and Iecembor .81o. Nervousness
over International conditions and favor
able Brazilian weather advices mav havn
contributed to the decline, but btmlnnas
waa chleflv In the way of switching and
price rallied durlntc the afternoon oti
covering and a little bull support The
cIoha was 2 to 6 po'nts net lower. Sale.
4.2f.O bags. August. d.Ur; Hrntemlx-r.
.J"c: October, tl.Lc; Novemlier, 8.33c: IXv
cember, 6.37c: Julius rv', .43c; Fnbniary
6.47c: March, 651c; Anrll. 8.55c; Mav 60c
June, lifilc; Ju'v. 6fy-. Spot, quiet. lilo
7s, iV,qc; Santos 4s, tro.
Cimt and frolKht offi-rs were rensrtel
eas er, with quotations ranging from
uhwit to aliout 8.70c for Santos 4s.
Hio exchange on London was 1-TJd
lower, with mllrul prices urenanged.
Kansas City ;raln aad Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Aug. 23. WHEAT
No. I hard, ll.144rl.2g; No. t red, $1.18'
114; September, !Re; December, H64ip
.,(; May, 96'4c.
CORN-No. 2 mixed. 72c; No. I -white.
72VJ4'7fic; September. Se; December,
59'c; May, 61Si(lT4c.
OATS No. 2 white, 444Hsc; No. I
Hl'TTEK-Oreamery. 27c; firsts, 2Tc;
aeconds, 2:1c; packing, Itfc.
KC4 1S Firsts, 19c; seconds. 14o.
HU'LTltY-Hens, 1LV; roosters, .
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle ReoeipU Heavy and Trad
Slow to Lower Sheep and
iAmbi About Steady.
HOGS ACTIVE AND TEN HIGHER
OMAHA, August 13. N15.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
JTstlmat Mondav .0 4.a
Same day Is.tt week .... "I'M 4..VO 2-,
Seme day I wks. ago.. 7.5"'' 4 847 1sl2
Same dav I wks. sgfl.. 4 (HI 8 4!2 I7.2M
Same day 4 wks tin.. 4.M 5.M' 4.5a
Kanie dav la:d year.... 9.9M W9
The following table shows the receipts
of rattle, hogs and sheep at the Omaha
lsve Stock market for the year to date,
as compared with last year:
WV 1914 !"
Cattle 814.21 Wi.U'l 141.17
Hogs 1.RM.17.I l.4M.7.' MIM
fheep 1.M8.K4 1.477.1W 4l.7i
The following table shews the average
price for bogs at the Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
421 I l 8 331 6 Oil 1 04 I m 1 e
I ( 7 881 171 7 l I t Tli J 88
$;5 13 $ ll 7 l T I tW
as I as a M a Ml 1 Ml f Ml I
I 11 I BM I si c 1 a
6 Iti 1 8 7 II 1 T J a
H I T 8 T 2$ 7 III t 41
I 7W t l I 04 T 111 T i 1 I
lJi 1 t;.l 1 Ml S II IY.I 1 41
It 04 7 70 1 $ 12 7 10 7 48
I 8 4 T 71 8 1J 7 W s is -
f I 7 77' 8 141 7 171 8 241 7 ,
1 1 on t 171 ml si
t OO! 7 1 8 81 7 84
$001 $3717 58
ft Al W V7 W I 7 4UI
$ M, 7 35 8 Ml .
8 W 7 15( l 1 S
sales bsd been made at about th same
fisurea as Were paid last Friday, good
In m I s selling largely at tx 80 hlch price
bo., ght th bu.k vf desirable stuff 011
last week s rlose.
Alter a trauma basis wss once estab
lished, thei e ere no new developments,
and bulk of th lamb of farinas cleared!
In soixl season, praitlcaJly exetythlng
going at lsuu.
Feeder laml were In goil reijuest, but
clivers would not pay more than steady
prices, and the bulk, of the stuff moved
In Isst Friday a notchee, good to choice
kinds selling largely at $SOT3n, the.
latter pries was the highest that had
been paid up to a late hour. Feeding
yearlings looked fully steady with any
time last week, rennlilng $K.75, the high
est flsnre paid since a wek ago today.
Fat muttons were none too heavily sup -plied
and, as a eneral thing, went at
about the same prices as were paid on
Isst week's lose. KTwes sold as hUh as
$61, with some that weren't any too
desirable ui to V'.Jb.
Quotations on sheep and lambs : I nibs,
good to choice. $N.4Mjt.80, lambs fair to
ftood. $8 26fi.46; feeders, $7 5W8 28: year
Ings, fair to ohol.ie $5.(4HW.r; yearllnss,
f.eders. 88.004W 75; wethers, fair to cholc.
I25tl6.); ewe, good to eholi-e,
$ 36; ewes, fair to good, 14 KtiA ;
2 native lambs 78
71 native lambs 78
CHICAOO I.IVK ITOfR M4RKF.T
I 7 77
l 7 78
8 8l 1 77,
$ M 7 Ml
8 82 7
8 80 8 l
Receipts and disposition of live stock
st the Union Block yards, South Omaha,
Nsb.. for twenty-four hour, ending al
o o'clock p 111 , yesterday.
REVIPTS OAR 1A1TS.
C'tle. M il. Sh'p. II. AM.
C, N. A. St. P 8 I
Union Pacific .... M id 1
C. Hi N. W east.,..10t.
O. & N. W west. .. .1 I J
C. N. W., a est H 27 lii
C St P..M. O.. 7 3 .... 1
C, B. A Q-. east .... 1
C., B. A Q. west 1.VI 15 .12
C, K. I. P.. east H 7
I'Jnols Central ... 4 I .... I
Chicago Ot West.. 1
Tattle Weak lists t roe a Sheep
and l.aaahs Firm.
CHIOAOO. Aug. tl. CATTLK Re
celts, 21.tx0 head; market, weak and ltf
2oc lower: native tweve. $Hlil0M.
weetem steers. lASMftS'; cows and heif
era HldftH 76; calve. $8.5012 25.
HOOS Ket-vlnta. i.iHi head: market.
I strong and nsmtlv UK- hlchrr. bulk. $ X
I i7.2i, llxht $7.HWf7.80; nilxeA Sf. i :
! heavy. M. 10(726; pigs, $7.ti1UlO.
SllViVJP AND lAMltS-leilptB, 8.0W
bead; r-rket, firm, lOjlic hlxher; shea-p
wethers. s 7Mf.; ewes. $3.f(7i.ui:
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Moderate Irregularity With Depre.
ion and Then Recorery Mark
U. S. STEEL IS OUTSTANDING
Totals receipts 320
Morris aV Co
Slft A Co 1,
Cudahy Packing to....l
Schwarts A Co
J. VY. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co
Cudahv, from country.
W. B. Vansant Co
Benton. Vansant A L. .
Hill AV Bon
F. H. Lewis
Huston A Co
J. B. lloot A Co
J. 11. Bulla
U F. Huss
F II. Kellogg
McCreary A Kellogg...
Wrrthelmer A Iegen...
H. F. Hamilton
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co....
11 ikk Ins
Baker, Jones A Smltl. ..
Dennis A Francis
ttle. Hogs. Sheep
Totals 7,203 4.826 16,A1
CATTLE Receipts wars very liberal
this morning, being Just about on a par
with the big run on Monday of last
week. Still the total was sliKhtly smaller
than a year ago. All other markets wern
heavily loaded and from all other points
csm advices Indicating more or leas de
cline. The trade hero opened very slow,
with buyers holding back and waiting
developments before transacting very
much business. There was also a good
deal of sorting and shaking up to be
done, so that Tt was weil along toward
midday before the trade was really under
l ornfed beeves were In light supply
and they commanded about steady prices,
but westerns, which constituted the bulk
of the receipts, were slow to 10u lover.
Heavy feeders were steady to a little
lower, but good light Blockers were firm.
Cows and heifers were slow to IU4I&U
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
fed yearlings 8H.0OUV.7O; fair to good fed
yearlings. $7.75i 71; common to fair fed
yearlings, ttl.75ta7.76; good to choice heavy
beeves. 90O4ie.4O; fair to good cornfed
beeves. $!.2l(iti.00; common to fair corn-
red peeves, f.uwt.J3; prims areas Deeves
l.nnle Live Itoek Market.
BT LOUIS. Aug. 23 OA TTL 155 Re
ceipts, 4,010 head; market, steady, na
tive beef steers. $7 frttflo 16: rearllns
steers and heifers, 8H.6tytflO.1U; cows, MOO
fteOO; slockera ami fexlera. $.
southern steers. $6 Tm WV cow s. M Oncd
6.40: native cakvee. $t:vtni 00.
IK s)S Recelpte, 7 8t) bead: market,
hlalter; Plus and lights, $7.6uu7.80; mixed
and butchers, $7.tr7.65; Kood heavy,
SHEEP AND I .A MRS ReceJnts. 600
head; market, higher: lambs, l7.7Vijtl.7u;
sheep find owes, $6Ml(f7.00.
Kansas t It I. Ire llerk Market.
KANSAS TTT. Aug. 28. OATTLrV.
Rocolpts. 15.0HO nea.l: market lower
prim stnera, $Tt.6iii0 80; dreaad beef
steers. In OtUS 40; western steers, 17 of
8(in: mockers snd filrs, M.!McS.3ii;
bulls. 15 3Wd.25; calve. $ti.0ii 10.00.
HOOS-Rceljta 8.000 bead; market
higher; bulk. 4r7.40, heavy, $.60r 80;
packers and butcheni. $0.7."7 4i; light
Jd.Mf7 41: pigs. H BoffT? 38.
SI1HEP AND lAMB-Rolpts 11000
head; market, hlithsr; lamlss, M2MJ8;
yearllnss M.2Mf7.0O; wethers, $6.60(1(4.26;
NEW YORK. Aiis;. H.-Moderite Irrog-,
ulniltv foil .led ny jjn.rnl te ressinn
and a haste ami Cuiinl.Ht lecovery
marked the miciilvj MkKes of oisy s
Mock market Vhese rl,niw 11 ntiit-J in
the main 'rom th aaressicns -f the
short Interest whim chose to place an
unfavorable ennstrit-lin upon latest In
ternational developments, but c.'ihfd to
cover when free snd on'l.l.snt hi;" fn,
caused a ehar: rebound.
Unltel States tSeel wss sclit the out
standing feature, the extent of the dnv s
operations In that stock exceeding anv
record of recent yes re It opened with it
sale of 15,(X shsres st the minimum prie
of irt, or under last week s clo e but
soon advanced to 71. only to fall back
to tT74 before midday. At that level sup
porting orders Boon effected a sharp re
versal and thereafter the stock mani
fested greater strength again, rising to
ii snd closing with a net gain of to
7'. Trndtns. In steel segregated &7,flft
shsres, or shout per cent of the total
output of ClO.Oim abates.
While Steel nun at Its worst the war
shares bet; an to crumble, losses ranging
from 4 to 7 points. The recovery in these
stocks was even more thorough, however
not only wiping out moat losses, hut
showing artual advances of 1 to 8 points
In the final hour. This advantage wss
forfeited in part Just before the close,
when prices receded from their best and
Bethlehem Steel fell 4 to 2R&.
Th efforts of the beats to capttallx
the Arabic Incident proved abortive, con
servative Wall street falling In line with
Wsshlnston s receptive attitude. Another
factor of enonuragement wss the placing
of additional large orders with the steel
snd Iron companies and several excellent
railway returns Including that of South
ern Pacific company, which showed a net
gain tor July of $1,300,000.
For the first tlm In ,.v.r.l wU
I Jondon botisht on halsnc In this mar-
IL.. i.w t ' 1' "V ' J.
UiiUitt VA 1 nvi, mnuunn vmnni prices aoroan wer
. ... v ,-., tiiiurr Etuni;
In the International Hat. Kxchangs on
lxindon was heavv and no development
of Importance wer reported In this con-i
nectlnn with th pending credit negotia
tions. Bonds were weak at the outset, more
particularly convertible Issues, but made
ipartlal reoovery later. Total Bales, par
value, amounted $3,2Ou.0O0.
United stales 2s declined per cone
and tha 4 1 tier cent on call.
Nwnbsr of ssis ss Issdlng giratsltssa ea
sioras wvrs SJi naivw .
In cv I. Ire Ktork Market,
S'OUX CITY. la.. Aug. 23. -OA TTLE
Receipts. 4.50 heed: market, 1ie lower;
native stoora, $7.00r'(i,.l0: cannera, 11 ir
4.7f; stox-kers ajd foebra. $; 0u7.1i;
calve. $5.oOtT7.i)0; bulla, stags, eta,
1 1 OOS Reoel pt a. 2.0n0 heed: msrket.
MIlOc higher; heavv. $it.fJi 7 2.".: mixed.
$0 8 nr-0; light. $ii.iiofr 80; bulk. W. 70.
SHKE1P AND MM lH-lleitlitB. Wk
head; markot, 10c higher; liimha, '..Oi'fH 40.
It. Joseph l.lvo Stock market,
ST. JOSEPH. Aug. 1SV-OATTLE Re.
celpts. $.700 hesd; market slow: steer.
r.00f.75: cows slid heifers, I4.ontfll.00;
calves, $8 004(10,25.
HfKlS-Reoeipts. S.M0 hesd: market
10W16C higher; top, $7.25; hulk of sales,
SHEEP AND LAMT1H Receipts. 6.000
head; market dull; lambs, $8.triJ8 70.
I.lv Stock In Mlsrhl.
Receipt of 1W stock of the five
rlpal western markels:
r stiie. hosts,
Stoirx City ....
Kansas Olty ,
St. lx.uls .....
7. mo 500
.M.600 38.2K) 48,000
NEW YORK. Aug. 23.-COTTT1N Spot
rrulet: middling uplands, 8.20c; seles, none.
Cotton futures opened barely stesdy;
October, Hie; December, 8.44c; January,
I.Bo; March, 9.77c: Muv, 100-.
The cotton market closed steady st a
net ssln of from 1 to 3 points
LIVEKI-OOL, Aug. 23. 4 N ITTO V-3pot
easier; good mlddllnga, ft.ttoc. middling,
6.SMc: low nilddllnMS, 4.9.V; sales 7,tln0
Cotton futures closed steady: October,
!2o; Deoember. 9.5")-: January. 0.61c;
March. .85r: May. 10.08c.
I aii!1.76: sood to choloa Brass leeves,
7.86'a.26; fair to good grass beeves, $7.40
CTWi; common to fair grass beeves, $i.4t
REAL KSTATB WANTED
HAVE customers for ( or 7-rooin houses,
closw in J. p. Stebblns.s
WANTED to buy 1 lots, must b con
nected. on isived street bis'-e ligation
Foil sales, rentals, loans, Insurance, care
rt tlr , 1 1 r. w m nA ..nil w, , I . . n I t
D. NVeadVlVil Farnam St. o
Mlaneapolls Grala Market.
MINN EA It iLIS, Minn. Aug. 27!
WH EAT September. inc; Dcember
4Vc; No. 1 hnrd. U.K.; No. 1 northern,
new. II wvn.iv
PA ULFT Ntrw. 524i3c; old. 67a7c.
i a ' :;i oi.
Cons' -Nu, 3 yellow. 70-crti.-.
OA") '14 No. 3 white, new, 34vi344r.
St. I.ma.s firala Market.
ST. IjTMMH. Aug 1-WHEAT-No. 1
red. H.13hl.l6: No 2 hard. $1.12; Scntsm.
I ber. II On: lecetiilr, ie.c.
corn No. 3, xic; No. I white. 7te;
8et.te".bT. 7.tc: 1 teceinbor. wS.c.
BOATS No. 1. SWftoc; No. 1 whit, nominal.
ti7.40; good to choice fed heifers. $7 objy
$.50: good to oho ire fed cows, $6 6o7.S5;
good to choice grass heifets, Io.6oitf7.0u;
food to choice grass cows, b.X4.i6; fair
ti good rows. $5.754J 26; common to fair
cows, $4.011416 75; good to choice feeders,
$7.2."8.(iO; fair to good feeders, $6. 7uur7.it:
common to fair Blockers, $6.6ma.lo; stock
heifers. $5.7But.75; stock cows. $u.60V.60;
stock calves, $6.604J.00; veal calves, fi'.OOij?
10.00; bulla, stsgs. etc.. $6.0utf7.U)
N. Av. Pr. Wo. A Pr.
20 lint 4 Ik II 7 Uu
S'lEEllS AND HEIFERS.
1 4W 71 4 (18 I "i
I SM 4 00 1 1U lit
8 'St I u 4 IIS I l
4 toil I m 1 .,..iiu tt
17 Ml l 8 104 HI
11 r.i I 60 I V I 25
Tin I M 3 mo bu
I Ml I II til III
7 1014 16
I 40 I on 1 40 IS
I ri is 1 bus 1 it
I Ml T 74 I lit I S
STOCKKR8 AND FF.EDER.H.
1 77 lit It H2 T 10
1 I n 11 iui 7
Ill Hi t lllil T to
14 t-2 7 00 11. set f is
111X18- Receipts were just moderate,
even for a Monday; estimates calllngfor
some sixty-five cars or 4,3uo hesd. This
Is 5u0 head smaller tnsn a week ago, but
Is 7iX) head larger than two weeks ago,
and Is a gain of 6M head over th sarre
Monday a )eyr ago.
Shipping trade opened sharply higher
again this morning, and whole some of
the light hogs did nut show so much
advance, goiwral run of shipping pur
chsses was about a dime higher than
Smurd;iy. some of the mixed kinds being
14 noted as even more than that Tops
rsached $7.20, which is loc above Satur
day's best pi ice, and sales ranged down
ward from that figure, several bunches
of the lighter mixed kinds going as hlyh
as r 00.
Killers were slower In getting started,
and on early rounds were not inclined to
pay more than 6c higher prices, but In
the snd they pul their droves on about
the same basis as shippers were selling,
that Is 10c higher than Saturday's aver
age, so that th general market Is right
around a dime higher.
Bulk of the packing hogs moved st a
spread of $i.3bii 46, with good mixed
butchers on up to $ 75. Today's average
trade Is ths higher since a week ago, and
th top eouala the best prices paid sines
Isst Monday, being only a nl'k.-l below
Die highest price paid this month.
No. At. SV Tt. m. a, gfc. Tt.
l 214 ... 4 21, at tt m I at
4(1 Ml tt) t ill W til ... I It
II 2M ... 4 n M til ... I Tl
tt iM M III It tat ... IH
bl no Kl 111 II II 40 7 00
t l lift 4 40 II 1st III IS I
I fit MIS tt IBS ... T 14
41 ro to 4 list 4 Ill . . 7 It
I rrt 1x1 1 it 10 111 ... 120
M r4 till 1 to 1 IBS ... 7 10
12 tt.l SM IM Bt It3 M 7 BO
B4 M ... IM
HHb.a7p Sheep supplies were larger
than at all other western markets com
bined and wsre th heaviest of the year
to date, about 104 cars, or 28.000 haad,
being estimated. This Is slightly larger
than a week ago, and 10.000 heavier than
two weeks sgo, hut Is almost 10.ua) short
of the corresponding day Isst year.
Chicago, with only 7.0U0 hsad, this morn
ing, reported a stronger market, but wlih
so heavy a run here and ao little at
other points it did not take local traders
long to gut together on a steady basts
snd by Ui nilddls of th forenoon several
OH -nrf lloslfi.
AVANNA1T. Oa.. Aug. 23.-TITRPEN
TIN 10 Firm. :cr"o; sales. 4M Mils.: re
ceipts, 116 bhs.
Stock, 18.fl.-j9 Mils.
celpts, 671 bids,
stock. 84,845 bbls.
sz.iw: c ana i,
shhtneiiits, :3 bbls.;
1 $5.55; WW, $5.70.
sale, 1.233 bbls- re
shlpmcnts, 500 bids.;
Quotations: A snd B,
HI": E. $2.WVn3.9".: F,
lt.omri3.flfi: H nml 1 1305:
M. $4."; N. $4.70X14 75; WO.
te- Honda Mete.
NFTW TORIC. Aug. 23. DRY tlOODS
Cotton roods riulet; yarn steady; raw
allk. firmer: dree goods, moderate, with
sales for small use large.
Klgln Baiter Market.
FLOIV. Ill . Aug. 23.-nrTTF.R-2on
tubs sold st 24c.
Asisrinsn JMst gugar
Amsrtntn garlt. A Raf...
Amsrlnsa S. ft., e'8 ..
Amerlnts Hugsr RsflBlng.
ABisrtcsB Tel. A Tel....
Amsriiisa Ttihscoo ,
Ilmnhlrn Rspl8 Transit.,
twlltorsl yotrolsum ....
CheMBBaha a tHils
I'hloago. Ot. Wssiers....
cm , mu. a at. psui ...
Chios go NorthweMsni.
tnlorsda Fusl s h-en..,.
tolrdo A Southsrx ...
Ttonvsr A Ills Orans..,,
slinvsr A M. O , firil ...
liuilll.nr Mssuntles . ..
(trsst Nonhorn, pf1
OrsM NnrlSsrn Vr etfs..
IntsrlHnush Met., pfd..
liMSimtton CVper .......
Intemsilcmsl HftrtMUr. .
Ksnsss Cltv. Smithsrn...
Ltnilxllls A NsskTllls...
Mo., gas. A Tsibs
Now York tlsntral
N. T , S. M. A H
Norfolk A W'MUBra
Panirio Tsl. A Tel
Piillmas Pslsos Osr
IRay nonsolldsted IVipevr.
Itevublle Irna A Dual
l ock Ilss4 tV
Rook ltlssd Co., pM
HI. I. A P.. Id phi..
Host Iwnl Pselflo
Tsiss 4 emptor
Vnloe Bsrlfln. pM
I'niiBd matss aii
1'nll4 gtslea Hll,
llsiitwln IjAOnmotlvs .
C , K. I. r
Total for Ihs 4r
12. 1( 1
Hire, Unr, Olsss,
t' H I24
v itH so
tS4 l44 Mi
ll T 77 ,
108 1TV, 10714,.
It 181 tl.,
InoS 100 ions
S tiv 1t
84V. Iltt MM,
1IH ItH II",
14tt 14H 147 H,
4 41 v
41V 4H 48
11 11 11 V
44 41 4J',
t 87 8
H t 1
21 H t
171 11714 1TO, I
117 111 117 I
8114 IB It
Hi nn 101
75 74 74
U14 XI l
inivi Ml . M
21 N rt
141 Itn 141
lit 111 iif
H 7Ti 7
1 7 7
1 !! I
81 on nit,
14 14 14
1 II SI
li 1044 li.
li 1HV !,
1M loin, HHIH
1 21 II-,
141 144H 14S
41 MS 291,
110. Coo shsrss.
I.ooal ttoeks and Bonds.
Quotations rum I .to! by Burnt. BrtDkaf A Oa,
441 llnuiba NaUousl bank bulldlni:
HUKts- Bid. At.
An.snesn SoruHdss, pM.. "A" st
HurgewNsak 1 psr ml pfd 1
bsnkars' Ksssrrs bits
cur National Hnb Blog-, P4 '
i i'o.. mu.. I sir w w
Omaha Ranks High
Among Postal Banks
The Postofflre depsrtment hss Issued
some figures on the deposits of postal
savings banks throughout the country,
operated In oonnectlon with the postof
flees. Tli Omaha office In the matter
of deoslts stands first In Nehtsska and
twenty-seventh in the list of rllles of the
At the close of the government's fiscal
year the deposits In the Omaha office
aggregated $275,004, a gain of $40,515 dur
ing the year. Of thla sum $l7ti,23l was
owned by foreign born men and women.
The Russlsns were In th lead, with de- jj;,.
IMn A Co.. pfd., I Sir.
Kslrmont rrosjnsm ooropiny
Hsrald Bills.. psr csnl, p4....
Hupp M.iii.i car
Lincoln Oat A glso. LA., am....
Lincoln Tslaphona Co.. conmoa..
I Jon konnint A Hunty Ca
Mullns flow. Btil
Oman A C. B. at. SW . pfd ...
ikn.sha A C. B. Ky. A Urldga..
I 'ii Ion Stock Tsrds stook
Hj,n.or. Nab.. It
Ilundas. Nab., stusirlpsl mt. 1M0. . . .101 71 14 JS
Kaalani Puwar A L. 4. Vlt Bf Bl M
l.lnrola CMS A glsc. la. 1141 7
Ksslern Powar A 1A. I lull M
North Plana 1A. A Powar . 1M4
I., anaalas Kv. ta. 1I4S B.V
Munvhit. Taso , Si ho.il. Is, It. ...Ml!
Morris A Va . 4Ss !" 87
On.tlia AulllorluiB 4',. IBM
n,..h Watar 4a. 1141 1
O A C. H. St. itr la. ll-'l B
Omaha f, 11$
p.. llle ts Co. la. 141 IT
Hlouk City Block Ytrds ta. Itsu It
an IMaso Oas A Else. Co la. till . . IS
VS'lrbll In loo Block Ttrds It, lull . It
posits of I4fi,2fi4. Th Italians came next
with $43,282, and other nationalities In
this order: Swedes. $17.9u5; F.ngllsh, $18.2;
Germans, $14,245: Danes, $12,134.
Omaha Leads Sheep
Markets of World
Omaha led the world in the sheep mar
ket ' Monday. Cars began to enter Jocal
yards, numbering last evening at 8
o'clock, and before morning a record
doubling that of all other markets of
ths. world, Including Chicago, was made
In th sheep Import. The local figure
stood at 29.000 head, while other markets
registered as follows: Chicago. 7,0u0; Kan
sas City., $.000, and St. Joseph, 5,000.
DAIRY EMPLOYES ATTEND
BARN DANCE AT 0TTE HOME
Fiiapioyt a of the Alamito dairy were
guests tit a barn dance at the home pf
Kggert Otte. who llve three nlles meat
of Benson, Saturday night. The employes
rode to the tarn In two automobile,
trucks George DyiXill. vl" president of
Ihs dairy company, wag chaperon.
Th event marked tho dedication of a
hug new barn erected by Mr. Ott.
Musie, dancing, cards, r fnshn.ents and
cigars were on the entertainment pro
gram. The arty danced until a p: te
hour. Alamito employes returning homo
had an additional adventure when they
wero caught ty A rainatorm
w York Money Mark.
NF.W YORK, Aug. 23 W KRCANTI L87
FAI'h R 3liV per cent.
STERLING EXC1IANQFv-60-dav bills.
4K2. demand, $4.8575; cables, Hxn0.
SlLVl-.K liar, sibc; mttitrso uuiiars.
BONDH Government, heevy; railroad.
MOSEY Time loans, firmer; 80 das i,
l'2'i per cent; 80 days, 27'3 per cent,
six months, $' Per cent. Cell money,
steady; high, 3 per cent; low. 1 a-r
.cent; ruling rsi. s i-i cn, 1041.
1 per rent; closing bid, 1 per rent; of
fered at 2 per cent.
Usdos Stock Market.
IjONDON, Aug. 23 American securities
en the stock market were affected by
the weakness In Wall street Saturday
snd the Areblo situation. Prices opened
tadow parity and gradually eased off.
I'nlted States Steel and I nlon Facifi
were froiiisntly sold. The closing was
A shsde over ths lowest.
LONDON. Aug. 23. SILVKR Bar c
Hit INKY S'ii4 tier cent.
DISLXji NT RATICS- Short bills. 4
t4't icr cent, three months, 4 13-lnft
4'a ier cent.
OMAHA. .ug. 23 Hank clearings for
Omaha today wer $2,W4,5u3.67 and for the
correspond, ng day last year !.72n,53C 08
N F.W YORK. Aug. 2 BLefrAR Raw.
nun Inal; centrifugal. 4.8k:: molasa, llTc,
reflnetl. Bteiidy; cut liaf. Sfcoc; c.ruhd.
I Me; mould. A, t.lfco: eul.s, $ KV: XVX
nowdered. $.r8e; powdered, 5.Noc;' fine
granulated, 6.70c: diamond, A. S-7'jc; con
fecthners, A 5A1; No. 1. 5.45, Bixar
futures opened nuleter early today and at
noon were a shade easier on scattered
Wal) street llipildatlou.
How TO aa bur Haw Tor ta.'k gicksusa
sarorttias oa a partial parmest basis is aa
plaisad In lb currant la.VM of THS (IUU
LOT RBVIIW. fubllrtiad br Jobs Mulr A
Co. . 1 nrosdarsy. New Vork iVi: 1 t s
yaar. rand lor fraa asaisla c p'r.
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