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HIE rKK: OMAHA. THUliSDAY, K1.1TEMIEU '2, 191k
WANTKD TO KENT
WANTED To rent, a 7 or l-room house
with hot water tint, In Weil Farnam.
Iiunuee or Fu M club dlstitcts. Wi.l imi
lease for two jrfnti or mure If s.etis led.
an wait for two monthii If necessary.
Address Q (to. Omaha Bee. o
FARM A R4MII I.1MK Fills. IALR
HAVH YOU A FARM FOIl 8ALET
AVtll a good description ol your land
and send !t to thf Sioux City, la.. Journal,
' lima a Most Power! ul Want Ad Me
dium.'' Twent.-five words every Friday
evening. Miui(in)r n-nrntng and everv
Peturday evrn.ng and Sunday morning
fir one hionih, giving sixteen ads mi
twelve different day tor $2; or 80 words,
$4, or 75 word. $1.
Largest circulation of any Iowa new-spa
ler, 2o(',0i"i readers dally In four great
Live Oak Colonies, none better. W T.
.gmlth Co.. P13-14 Of? Nat. HR. D. 2S19.
Want to move to Omaha. Have house
In East Des Moines, new In IS.1?, good
barn two good shedj, brl.-k chicken
house (will leave t.ie chickens In ti), I
ti.r e Kits facing east. Rood location, two
blocks from car, not too clo e to town,
Bmi.e improvement, will sell cheap for
eah, will make arrang. mini tor pay
ments: Address U Hi, Bee.
ItEAL KST'TE west sidk
Must lie Sold
XVn Webster St., new. 7 room, sleeping
Pi'rrh. nil (ink and blr h finish; nil -h
up-to-date feature; beautiful lighting
fixture, first :s mate Itl snd w-r.
mansntp throughout: a complete bomi
In every particular; Best buy In Omaha,
very cheap terms.
Wright & Lnsbury,
KKAI. ESTATE SOUTH S1PK
Full two-story, six rooms and bath. A
dandy up-to-date modern linme In that
new district Ji.st snu'h of the park, ( I oe
to Wind.-or S'-i ool and West Side car lin-.
Lot, 50x140. Taved street, ravine paid In
full. Terms If tequired.
ARM ST RONO-WAL811 COM PANT,
Tyl. r 1.3k. State Hank Fldg.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET! - - &
Omaha Cash Whett Rallies and
Makes an Advance of Five
Cents a Bushel.
1201 SO. 51 ST.
4 rooms and bath with large floored
attic, electric llxhts, ga.. city water, ce
ment basement form r lot. 11 '-t on
61st and f.0 fee t on Pierce St. : one block
I t orn ear; rrieo, $-,-M0; $h cash, balunce
$20 tr month.
U. (J. CARLr.KllG,
S1J Rrandel Theater Bldg.
watered ; 5-room
$65 per ncro.
Day & Hess Co.,
123 Pearl St.,
Council Bluffs, la.
REAL fiSTATr NORTH SIDK
FOR SALE Wrt-acre farm In gemhl Co.,
Idaho, 2 ml.es from K. R. and posuif
flcc; 150 A. under cultivation; lou tons ha v.
25 A. In srain, 1 A. In potatoes, 35 hen I
of cattle, 18 hor s, all machinery and
Implements, $37.00 per acre, Incluuing
everything. For particulars, address fc?.
G rarnaworth, Dillon, Montana
Barber Shop, Store
house; and 6-Room House
Owner must sell within the next few
K tngs J42 per month rent.
I.ocnted on Ames Ave., car line, corner
of 3.M tt. .
Part.- could run the store and make
American Security Co.
LOOK FOR BUMPER CORN CROP
OMAHA. September 1, 191.V
The livcsl u.si Wutat i.i.ie.cl rained
toei. a.iu .,uuiiU a'. iA.vvlfcS Ol till.
Wlul l M,, II. i .til iei.t HIII li.U ULlllUllU
Cuiu mii,.M Meie also luiht end weie
Sui.ii.iii! i tHj. iii: ol ine iuiw ue
iimiiu. le.iow uud iiuxcu ouin a. id uu
Ci.iif.eU i'i ltc ...el, vinilo Ui White
Cimii mum n.Hiier.
Ti.eie wi.s n..t mHiiy cars of oots rc
reui'd tmtay .ind too Sk.ej weie very
litnt. The ihis market remained piwo
iicaliy unci. ui. jicd.
There were no stiles of rye or barley
n oi led, and the market lor these
cereals wna gu H -d nominally unchaiiKe.l,
hen.rts on the corn crop are very la-
voraUe todav. Aside from the fact thut
the cn p Is late. In m ist section esrlan
la f.n,...lln.rl V. . u . . . t l.,nL.
las If it b.de ialr to be a record breaking
I I learnnces were: Wheat and flour equal
i to 62K.OO tin.; corn, none; oats, 44,000 bu.
Liverpool spot market was unchanged
on wheat and corn.
Primary wheat teielpts were t.tJO.OTO bu.
and shipments &Y..(iou bu., against re
ceipts of l.fl non Imi. and sh.puients of
1.375.000 bu. last vear.
Prlm-ry corn t "ls were RU.1 bu.
and shipments K0.0PO bu., against receipts
of l.i-.;t.' ou. and sh innenls of 410.UW)
bu! Inst year.
Primary oats receipts were J wt bu.
sprt shipments 1.!o.0ii0 hu., against re
celnts of lfiocyw bu. and shipments of
l.'JSI.OOO bu. last year.
Ft. Uui ....
FACTS about our abundant harvests that
are no de truyed by btoi nij. e Ac TS
iibou. the cattle b.. sin.es where summer
range cets less than 30 Ctnt4 per head.
FA T about Id .ho climate, Idaho ad
vantages and disadvantages glamy fur
nis ca dv a rseuraNka man witn six
17th and Doug as .-ts.
Wo htive a veiy ....y, new, five-room
bungalow, 24x40, that Is up-to-date in
every respect; oak finish and oak
Hours; tun basement; large attic; lo
cated 673.1 N 24th St., where all homes
are new homes and where many homes
re lie nK biult. We will nuAe terms to
year- of Idaho experience. Wl e.
us on your way to exposition. E. T.
Visit 8X111 purchaser.
Norris & Norris
4O0 hee ij.Ujj
Phone Doug. 4270.
SEE THIS AT ONCE.
New G-r. bunga.ow, 1 Llocx south of
M.l.er pk., cheap; see owner. 2310 Crown
Point Ave Phone Webster 214t.
C40 ACRES, 45 miles from Minneapolis, I
one nibe trom town; 1M) acres under
cultivation; bajance used for pasture;
can practically nil be cultivated: heavy
oil. Good set bui. dings, consisting of -
room bouse, lare bain, grunbr, corn 6-r. houce H b.ock from N. 24th St.
cribs, windmills, etc.; the land will pro- lin. A bargain. 4106 N. 24tli til.
U u VCI v. vunimiy VJ I ivill .UD,
phone In house; country thickly settled;
complete set of machinery; 27 head of
stov k. consisting of II cows, balance I
and 2-year-nlds; six good horses, 2s hogs,
cliicKens, one-naif of this year's crop and
everything on the farm goes at toil an
acre, half cash. Schwab tiros.. 102s Ply
mouth B.du , Minneapolis. Minn
For sule bv owner, new 6-r bungalow;
S200 cush,' X per month. Harney 6M0.
F ABM For sate, OXl-acre stock farm, lo
cated on Crooked creek. In era v ford
county, Mo., 3' nil.es railroad st.it I n;
all under (ence; ft) acres bottom, in cul
tivated. 30.' ti.lahle; balance best of p,is
tu e land fuir lmp.oemeuts; fine
ap ings and r. nning water; sto k grow
ers, Investigate; once JG.uuO; some terms,
E. A. Bwa, Steelvll e. Mo.
MOIl til kit.
MONTANA Irrigated lands best In the
woild for wheat, oats, al alfa and stock;
close to town, rai road, scnoo.s and'
churches; 141. f to $50 per acre on fifteen
years lime; annual payments less than
rentuls on middle west farms; write to.
day for particulars; Illustrated pamphlet
and mup free. Valler Farm Sales com
pany, Hox 1002, Valier. Mont.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
These sales were reported tod.tv:
W heat-No. S hard winter: car old,
$1.09; 1 car, Sl.tXi; 1 car. !We; 1 car. 97 vc;
1 car. P'c. No. 4 hard winter: 1 car, Oi'ir,
1 car. Mc: 1 2-5 car. kc; 1 21 rnr. ii.
J No. t velvet chaff: 1 car, Sl.os. No. t
je.vet cnarr; 1 car, 11.06. No. 4 spring.
1 car, H.06. No. 4 mixed: 3 cars, c.
Snmple: 1 car, ;; 3' cars. S4c; 4 2-5 cars,
Kr; 3 3-i cars. Mci 3 cars, Vc; J car, 77c;
3-S car. 7.ic; 2 1-5 cars, 75c; 2 cars. 72c.
Corn No! 2 white: 3 cars, 70c. No. J
white: I car 70o. No. S whitet 1 car, 9c.
No. 6 while: 1 car CSic No. 2 veilow:
1 car, 71'c: 3 3-i cars, 71c; 13-6 cars.
70' c. No, 3 yel'ow: 2 cars, 71c; 1 car,
70l-c. No. S mixed: 7 cars, 6!ic. No. S
mixed ; 1 car incar yellow), 6'ic; 3 ears,
!c; 1 car, &r. No. 6 mixed - 2 cars W'.e;
I 1 car. Wic. No. 6 mixed: 1 car. 6v,c.
i Oats-No. 3 white: 1 car. S5c. No. 3
white: 4 cars S3c. No. 4 white: cars,
! 32 c; 1 car, 32c Sample: 1 car, 31 Vic; 1
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. t tur
' key, P8cfr$1.02; No. 3 turkev, WtcS'Ol;
No. 2 ha d. WcStt.O': No. 3 hard Wci10i;
I No. 4 hard 95c: No i spring JUMi 1. 8;
No. 3 spring. ll.fW'iil.OS. Corn: No. 2
White. 63'ift7tc: No. 3 whlto. 6if(f70e; No.
4 white. fl'i41reJ9c: No. 5 white, MWr;
I No. 6 white. Sslyfrtin; No t yell w.
I 70"ifr7lVc: No. 3 yellcw, 70-ir71e; No. 4
I yellow, 70i70Vtc; No. 6 yellow, 6lfi,7 ic;
No. yellow. 69-'fi70c: No. 3 mixed. 6Ki4tfi
!l!ic: No. 3 mixed, fi8"a9c: No 4 mixed,
I & mixed, WVi No. 6
miced. er7l4fics'(. Ots: Si-ltr.c; stand
ard. Mft"4' c; No. S white. S.'ViSle: No.
4 wM e ?2(Tf3 Vic Darley: Malt.ng, 4Mr5"c;
No. 1 feed 43r45c. Hye: No. 2. SS'rjMc:
No. 3, g.'&t3c.
lb.. Apples. 0o
V F.t; KTAUI c..-"nlitase, homegrown
I lSe per lh. Iliad nitaee, ll.tii p,.r a.,.
1 I'eppers, fsV ix-r biSKet. l-af let inc.
(sk: per doa. Toiiiaioos, maiket price,
unions, Washington. lc per lb. Pars.ey
iU- per dos. Union. Spanish, II 6 per
crate. Oreen peas. 60c ier basket Sax
and green beans. Wo per basket. New
beets, carrots and turn ps, hie ryr bas
ket. New pet toes, Ohio, flop per bu
Sweetpolatoes, hsn.,ier, II. 50 per hsiu
per; Vtgl!ias. $4 25 per bbl.
Nt'TS-Nii. 1 walnuts. IV lb. filberts,
l.V per lb: Prarll. 12', peeana, j;uc
per lb ( almonds. Jt lb.
MlSCFI.LANKOl S - Crackerark, 13 M)
per ram-; cornpors, I3.M per crate, crack
erlaC, ' rase, l.7."; cornpopa, 14 case,
1 eVW. I'eantits. No. 1 raw, c per lb.;
Jumbo, raw. 7c ner lb.; No. 1 roasted.
c per lh.; Jumbo roasted. Ho per lb.
Honey. I3.7R per case.
NF.W VDKK tKMHtt MARKRT
Qaotallons f the Day Varlosia
NF.W TOHK. Bept. I.-FLOlTt Steady.
HKAT r-pot firm; No. 2 red, 31. li, e.
I f.. ,ew Yoik. miinuit. sn.l n:., 1 h...-.i
11.14, c. I. f. New York, to arrive; No. t
n rthern. Huluth, .y-; No. 1 nort.iem,
Aian tuba HiVic, c. I. f.. buffalo. Futures,
steady; September. l.iv.
Uit.N Mpot steady; No. t yellow, SnHo,
i.5Hp t. steady: No. 8 white, new,
liAV . as, . No. 1. $1.40: No. 3. 11.30;
No 3. Jl.:: shipping $1. 'O il. 15.
HOPS yulet; state, common to choice,
11 1. cop. ,.ic; . m ill. 1 uu. 1, i ll crp,
12 IRe; p.113 CrO.i, c 11c.
H 1 DF.S Steady ; Bogota. 3C31c; Central
Ai, 1 11 ... t.'C.
LKATII Kit Firm; hemlock firsts. 2ci
sei oi.ds. HO'nlllo,
PKOV1SIO.N3 Pork, lower: mest, $15.80
iilil.im, lain I y, $l.00ifr2..ti0; short ceais,
. lS.Hi'iS.iVl. Heef s.eauy; mesa. HaOi
ISO; family. $l 5i 1.j0, Lard, uttad;
miiidl ! t. $. 15.U i.ju.
TAI.IAIW-Steady, ilty, SSO'SHo; coun
liy. ovwumc; special. yc.
1U 'I 1 ii.it r li 111; rree pts, 13.4,19 tubs:
creamery extras, iSd27Sic; firsts, 34SyU
-tV; seconds, 22 tC"c
I'XIOS Steady; receipts, M.071 cases;
fresh gathered extras, iTIi'J-; extra
f.rsts, 2,l4.i2tiVto; firsts, 24ti24Vic; seconds,
t:iib,t:RK Firm; receipts, 3,4.13 boxes;
state whole milk, fresh, flat, white ami
I coiorea, speciois, I38l.i'e; average
I POCI.TKV Alive, unsettled; dreased,
firm; western frosen roasting rh.ckens.
I Sue: fresh fowls. Iced. Uiil.Wc; fresh
turkeys, loed, l.viflSo.
OMAHA LI YE STOCK MARKET'?
Cattle Active and Generally Steady
Fat Lambs Weak to Fifteen
Lower Feeders Strong-.
HOGS STEADY TO FIVE HIGHER
OMAHA, September 1, ISPS
Ilecelpts we.e: Csttle. II Sheep.
Off Mai Tuesday ....
Kstimate W ed nerds y
.Ti J H.
. .... 1.1
AS 4 3
2 1 ihT
Three days this wk
Same day last Weak
J"m days 3 wks. auo.IJ.Sr7
pame days 3 w ks. ago 14,.VC
bame days 4 wks. tgo.1l.0K4
Same days last veir. . .22 S50
ine 1. lowing tab.e 11101 the receipts
or o.i. tie, ho. s and sl.eep at the Omaha
live stock market f..r the year to Jala
aa combated wlta last year;
mil. l!ll. tne.
"Ml" ,44! rV1S,7HI 1.lKJi
''a S.U4...3.1I 17n4..ii 340. H A
b,i?,,P ...L,03.U l.u4.27 3 .&. 4 ! t Ices showed declines of from
luuuwiiiM taoo sI.oms tii4 average
prices for hogs st the Omaha l.ve stix k
inarket for the last few days, with com-IsiU.iiis:
1HI.V !1I4, 1111,4 llslJ.'ISII. l'Mi.1'119
..,, t 7ii
1 -'Ini s.11 t V.I
301 S4W.I 8 1141 t Mi
ill 4IWI I Ul 7 M
8 4MI 7 37
i :u JOl
T 171 I ii
tij M I ) a . 8 CM 7
M4S f TMI 8 Mil T
24! J5-, g 79 I I i, 7
87 8 85!
71c; No. 8
Kansas City Oral aid Pmrlalnna,
KANSAS ClfY. Sept l.-WHF.AT-No.
3 hard. tl.Wkal.14; No. 3 red, $l.U'a-l 13
September, Kjc; December, UOVac; May.
CORN-No. 3 mixed,
70c: September, 66c;
OAT8-N0. 2 white,
seconds. 23o; packing, 19Vx
FC.1K-Firsts 21c; seconds. IRc.
POl'LTRY Hens, 12c; roosters,
3CHQfl7Vio; No. 1
27c; firsts, 26c;
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade
medium-priced land In Neoraska; vers
little money required. C. Bradley. Wol-
IF taken before Bept. 10. 200 acres of the
bes. bottom land at $u6 per acre. One
mile from a good s.ho .l. a K. H. town;
goou soil and Improvements. 8. B. Mc
Kenty, Ar.s.ey, Neb,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FARM DUANa, t PtR CENT.
TOLA Ml At TitUMlll'LL. 4I bee Bldg.
$100 'id l,w0 made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Vead Hld.. lfcth & Farnam Bts.
CITY and farm loans, 5, 6V4j, 6 per cent
J. H. Duiuont & Co., 416 Ma to Bank.
A "hor dale" ud will turn second-hand
furniture into ct.sh.
CITY property. Large loans a specially.
W. M. Thomas 22 State Bank Bidg.
WANTED Good farm and city loans at
PETER TRITSi CO, 122 Farnam.
OMAHA homua. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEFFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1018 Omaha Natlo-ial Ph one Dicglas 2715.
MONFY on hand foi city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City National Bunk Bldg.
We nave I. sled an Ideal rental
proposition with all the requirements for
safe rental returns. The property con
sists of two bu bungs, four apartments,
with grcund 100x1.2; located high and
sightly on one. of the best streets In the
U est Farnam dlstr.ct. Furthermore, the
buildings are new, rents are reasons be,
the tenants are absolutely f rst class and
the location will Improve steadily.
Total retal IU15 per mouth, $2,680
per year. r-:ce $21,600, which Is a low
cash figure and the unusual part Is $3.0m)
cash and 1200 per month payments w II
buy this property. Investigate at once . ", i"" h.h
tw. ...nrad .hone ir grain had, been deliverexl
' " - " v - -"..v Will,.,
Glover & Spain
918 City National.
REAL ESTATE SI 11 URBAN
Featnrea of tae Trad In a; and Closing:
'PrVea en Ronrd of Te'ele.
CHTOAdO, Pent; l.Wheat "Msl
stronx at an advance of HffSc today on
a Luylng spurt from shorts who were un
easy at the fact that for tne tirst ti
In the h story of the exchange there win
no delivery of wheat on Scptmber L
The September option closed at 8'.c and
December was at k0 W: Corn closed
iirchanaed to a net loss of l'c after a
Flight rallv from open ng weakness had
been wined out. Oats closed Vic lower
to V4o higher and provisions finished
weak at a net loss of l'-tftflc.
When the ssMn eid.anced and no
Hentember contracts, a scare spread
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Sept. 1. WHEAT
September, 92c; December, 02Sc:. No. 1
hn-l. i ntw. Kn. 1 northern MTnfh'ti n
FLOUR New wheat basis, fancy tiat
en s, 5.V0; fi st clears, $5.00; second clears,
f OPN No. 3 yellow, 751Tr.V.
O TS No 3 "lite 32 33i
SEUD Flax, ll.ftiVetri GNU.
M. Lonla Grain Market.
ST. tons, pppt l.WI!EAT Nex 3
red. 81 0i.fjl.09; No. 3 hard, $1.08; 8eptem
tier 0Sc; Dwemher, (c
CORN-No. 2. -73' Tne; No. t white,
nominal; September. 70"v;c:, December, 6Kc.
OATS No. 2. J3Vc; No. 3 white, noml-rM.
27 8 Kh'!
al 6 .
l. 0 lft',
8 74 7 81
19, 8 13i T M
I 7 48
2.. 8 64i
t.'il 8 t 1 3
o' 8 Mi 7 U
10! 8 7ii 7 71
8 i 7 D
1 tW 7 83
. 8.M N I 8
. Ml t .11
. Ml I l
. ..4i Ml a.
. . ... M IH
. .,4 ... ..
. Ml Ml ( Ml
. 1 m) 1 a
. ..I 4
M t.. ,b N
.Mrl ,v ISI
I !. M
iS u M Ik
. .ub. . 1. , t.iu aeoolid time In two
oii;iia uvp auo ii.tiio ic
c.p,s , nin 1,. ail at al. ine otiier
HIMel il I ..IIII III1I-.I, . y , 1 ,,,,
oina c-in.mu hv l.s c or u.vm i.e.m.
i..ai in r tne ll.st nail 01 tne wees
liiuun.a to i,iw liiuii, being anil .si
mv .amir than isl v.eea, .,iai heavii r
than ti !' ago and oer i.umi meaicr
li.au tor the same days a year ago. v itn
on., neoid break. ng iiuinih just closed,
Septemoer Mda lair to uo a iKus record
Wiiasmiig on us .wn acu.iiint.
lfplie retoul I leaking suppltea so far
this wevk. Pitoes have held up fairly welt,
uut another heavy run today found a
soft spot In the trade. lmba were
priced at steady figures on first rmm.i.
but buyers Ins sted on shading values li
little, and when first sales were niado
8 84 1 7 k.'l 8 311 T IS I 7 tiv
8 85 7 86 88. 7 lu( 8 li
I 1 w k A.l 7 11 oil 7 71
9 7 W s !4i 7 77
I 7 07 8 78 7 H
8 071 7 3:
EQUITY of $300 In 1V4 acres of Und worth I
az.imu; win trade Tor team of horses;
payments made fur 1 year. Herson 791 W.
SEE Nethaway for that farm.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
SEE us firl for farm loans in
Neb. United Htates Tiust Co.,
fir' CITY LOANS C Q. Carlberg, 310
" 12 Brandels Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE VACANT
A beautiful building lot for your bunga
low or house. 1 blk to car; price reason
able terms, owner, phone Walnut 23K7.
My almost new, completely modern
home of 6 rooms and a.eeplng porch; oak
lin.sti down fctaira; pine up sta rs, with
birch doors; electilc and gas fixtures; fur
nace heal; fUil basement; lot 4oxL.'7, fac
ing west on bouievard.
This houso sold for $3,700 leas than one
year ago, but owner needs money at once
and will sell for $3,300; one-th.rd cash,
bslance time. Telephone owner, Douit
I adjoining lots, near 42d and Webster
Ave. J. P. Coe, 823 Farnam. Red 6ti53.
REAL EST'TF WEST SIDE
7 rooms, modern except heat, electrlo
lights paved Ftreet, c one to 2 th St car
line; ho ne In f. s c.ass c n 1 I n;' $.,0
ash. balance monthly; located nortn part
of city, k, lenu d value.
C. G. CAKL1JERG,
313 Bran lels Theater Bldg
FIVE ANU Kl.kVKV.mulM llillTam
. For sale or traue' 11-rcom lious has two
apts., all mod. and In fine condition; will
trade for lot or house. Tel. Webster 7O40.
imnne tv" sh r that prod 'ced a few
minutes of excited buying of the Septem
ter option and this month occupied most
or the attention of the wheat pit -111
the cl'me rf the market. Another f ea-
fire that helped the un'lft was an im
proved exnor demand both for domes
tl snd Canrdlan wheat
Corn was under lou'datlon st the
tar' and fd'owed wheat In a diwnward
er-iirae fo- s time. P'r'eet weather In
the com belt kent rrlce dep eed a
while after wheat had taken the utv
gride. There ws freo sol'lnv till an
sd' snce was seor1 In ea-h corn.
Oats bad a f'-m tone most of th day.
Pmr.atl-e"c affect from the wMktn'nt,
of com w"en It ws at 'ts lowes was,
nroven'e-l bv hsvy buvlnsr rats on
tb part f Ik.'st cash In'erests.
Hesvv 1lanlrietl-n on Rebtmher ejon-trsc-
ws-kniMt nro"'ln thru-hmit
tb- H- Tm e'nsa -"e neae the low
point with off SOfiakr; lard. 7Vra2'f
and ribs, 15ffl7c.
dm n'li . r. i'.ii.ei ranee as fo'ltws;
liver pool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Sept. 1. WHEAT-Ppot,
steady; No. 1 Manitoba, Us S'-td; No. 3,
lis 8'd; No. 3, lis 6Vid; No. 1 northern
Duluth. Us 2Hd
CORN-pot. quiet; American mixed,
new, 8a lOd.
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA, Aug. Sl.-IIAY-Pralrie: The
supply 14 reduced from eighty cars on
Thursday down to sixty cars this morn
Inv. Including tndsy's receipts. There are
thirty cars on the I'nion Pacific, seven
teen on the Chicago ft North Western,
right cars of southern hay on te Mli
sourl Pslflc. five cars on the Burl'ng
ton. Prices have been ve-y low d-irtug
the last week, and are still In the same
condition and will be until the market Is
cleaned up. Following Is the range of
Choice upland. $9.010 00; (mus' be
extra choice to bring $10.00); No. 1, $tn0'rti
9 00; No. 2. $7.00t?8.(K1; No. 8, $.0"''f7 0.
Choice midland. $.0; No 1. $S.tQV.O0;
No. 2, $7.0(V(i 00; No. 8, $5 OOfjf.On. Choice
lowlad $xo; Ni 1. 87.lOj7.50; No 3,
v ...p' i.iv; rxo. . s .iv.irn.esi.
STRAW-None on the market. Choice
I wheat Is quotable at $,"i.00.
A I, FA I. FA One car on the market.
I Very little demand excepting for No. 1
and choice. No. 1 la quotable at $ll.o0fl
U 50; No. 3. $8.0J10.00; No. 3, $6.008.00.
Article! Open. I Hlnh.1 Low riose. Yea y
h . .
8 30 I
U 2j I
. . II-:
CATTLE Receipts were moderate for a
veuiieu, but the total for tne three
i Is large, amounting to 22..- bssd,
tee largest of any recent wvtK, but
sl.glul., smaller than a year ago.
eef steeis of desirable qualLy were In
active aemand th.s morning, and free
sellers at fully steady prl es. In spots
some of the more desirable rattle may
lia.e hrougut a little atroiigir prt.es thm
yeteruay. Interior grades showed litis
or no ih..nge, be.ng rat..er aiow lor the
Cows and heifers were not verv active,
luyers not a peering ve.y eager for a.tie
01 that kind. As a resi.li, tne trdo was
sio ana at the best no more than I
Good feeders were In active demand and
free se.lers at fully steady prices. The
bulk of the oflcroigs changed lands 111
good season In the morning. Infet..-?
lockers and feeder were alow and mora
or less neglected.
Uuiiialti.,, on cattle: Good to choice
fed yearlings, $..0Utv.76: fair to good fed
yearlings, .7tV.itUM; ciniiuoit to lair fed
yearling,, v nfti7.7e; go d to choice heavy
beeves. $S.80(B9.4O; fair to good cornfed
beeve. $n.lfru go; cennmon to fair corn
led beeves, ej.;&4j.25; prime grass beeves,
4.U44,. goai ku kiiuUu ai'aa beeves,
!: iuIi to good grass beeves, $715
r7.60; common to fair grass beeves, $6.&
(U7.2u; good to choice grass heifers, $0 bMt
i. O; good to chol e grass, cow., ,..0u,.i",o;
fall- lo good cows, $5.2 .iu.o0; comm. n t.j
lair rows, $4.0jti)5.2j; good to ch Ice fe.d
er, $7..0W8.2o; fair to good feeders, $1,114
7 6i; common to fair feedeis, v5.5.intl 7i;
StOk heifers. 85 7BlllH.76: al.iek rn. l.btf.J
6i; stcck calves, 8u.5i.48..6; vea cnlves.
ei.wuiuw; nuns, Slags, etc, IOOVOj.
Keceli ts and ilspus tlon of live stock
st the Union Stock yards, Omaha, Nob.,
for twenty-four hours, ending at 3 o'clock
p. m., yesterday:
to as much as Iqrl5c. as compared with
yesrerasy. Most or the early sales
ranged around 88. Mi. The tope out of one
string of feeders sold to killers at 8' So.
A cut In tho stun lambs brought $!.', 0
i NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Widely Divergent Conditions Keep
it in an Unsettled State
IMPROVEMENT COMES LATER
NEW YORK, Sept. 1 Widely divergent
conditions helped to unsettle today s mar
ket si d kept It In a state of ferment dur
ing the earlv svsnlm. with general Im
provement later. Further debasement eif
British, French snd Italian exchangea to
the lowest ipintatlon ever officially re
corded was counterbalanced by the newa
that Germany had compiled' w.th thle
country's protests to the extent of aban
doning her polhy of marine warfare. This
news wss f 1. 1. owed by a sharp rebound of
In banking circles, however, there was
no disposition lo minimise the effect of
the Increased demoralisation In interna
tional credits. lemand bills 011 Ixmilon
fell to $4 50. an overnight loss of o'
cents, and Parts cheeks at $iiO repre
sented a loss of 6 cents, or 4 cent und r
any rate hitherto iiuotrd, while Urea nt
$M fell 6 rents under sll previous rates.
In the afternoon marked Improvement
was noted, ster Ing actual y recoverl ig"
In full at one time, wh le franca regatm-d
8 cents to Sd.Ol. Italian exchange hard-
Quotation on sheep and lambs: t emba 1 ' mpaeny, put in nay devcioi.-
goesl to choice $.?() a-,; lanibe fair te offered fresh proof of the Immeill-
good, $85eWis7Q; Ismhs, feeders. $0ful 'Jhed for remedial measure.
S5o; yearlings, fair to choice. $i.75rMV75; .Ti .1?". ' m""ted .Increase of bond
vesrllngs feeders 89 0OtT7 00 w.Ths,. fn1 toclt sale for foreign accounts,
fair to choice S'sMKmmU mVi tk ' ben selling embraced some of the Inac
rh. lce 3f,e; ewV. t;!? 4 , 'l h,tn f""10" """y honds SO exten-
ISgv'ewea feeders 84 5o?u-f " ' ' ?' ' Hy '' "-- According to reixrrta
KcinUI t ZiA: ?.mo"n.' of those and slm ler Amor-
. inn et-i'uriiies nave recently Dean an-
,54 8 85
,58 S 00
W 7 M
, 61 8 40
. M 8 00
M X 35
61 7 75
50 8 85
51 8 85
W 8 00
118 $ en
, g 6 an
87 6 en
, ro 8 70
, l' 5 75
86 6 00
,70 S 85
,82 4 0
,71 8 t
,87 3 50
.84 8 70
. 8 75
,81 8 80
l 8 80
I'Jt 8 85
, 2 8 80
, 8 8 HK
,50 -7 85
,88 8 83
C., M. A Ht. P U
I'nion Facl.lj 2u
C. A N. W east... 7
C. ft N. W., weet... 66
O., St. P., Al. & O
C. B. Ac Q., east..; 8
C, LI. J., west.... 73
C, It. I. ek P., east.. 8
Chl. Great Western ..
Total receipt S....1H2
Morris A Co..
Swift ft Co..
DISPOBITIOV-H EA TV
Cattle. Hogs. Bheen.
NEW YORK. Sent. 1. COFFEE The
irarket for coffee lutures was lower lo
ony iiiiuer mure oners, wnicn seemed to
come largely from t:ade sources and
which may have been limi .red uy in
weakness In sterling (exchange or against !,.";,
Gout and f eight p irehase . Tne market T
01 enea ui changed to 6 points lower and
cli nej at a let dec Ine of 6'nU p In s,
with De-ember se II. ig as -w as 6 He
Ui fid May at 8.3i'c. Sales, 220(10 bugs: Ben-
S u .tember 6.9c; October, 801c; NovembeT,
I H ue December, 8.12c; January, 6.1Hc;
13 82 4 I February ii.4 c. Spit easy; Ho No. 7,
li k4.Vk I 'V': Santo No. 4, 8c Cost and freight
i(f;ers were rather steadier rn the aver
8 12V4 age, with 4s quoted at 8.4 S 50o and 7s
8 25 .'at 6.7.C. As cn;t and freight offers are
based on tn"ll"h ex hange at $4 8d, thu
8 27V ' ' e-llne In s erllng exchange rate has
8 4Vi been sufficient to prsc Icaily meet t e
ros' or putt nir cortee 111 ' ire. Kto ex-
Oudahy Packing Co...
Armour & Co
I. W. Murphy
I Incoln Packing Co....
Omar a Packing Co
K. Packing Co
fudahv, from country.
W. B. Vansant Co
Benton, Vanaant ft L..
F B. Iewl
I K Root ft Co
T. it. Bulla
f, K lluss
MoOrearv ft Kel'ogg....
V'er'helmer tic gun..
H F. llnm'ltOT
Mo. Katv-Cal. Co....
Psker Jone ft Smith..
; Dennis ft Francis
1i Idaho feeder lamln
71 native feeder lambs
9'J patlve feeder lambs
10m Wyoming feeder Ismbs..
88 Wyoming feeeler lamb..
SV1 Idaho feeder lambs
Iti Idaho feeder lamb
17SO Ids ho feeder lamh
40 Idaho feeder lambs
SO Idaho feeder Ismhs ,
l" Idaho ewes
1"9 native ewe
i-4 native ewes
ITS Idaho ewe
85 Idaho yearlings
11 Idaho feeder ewes
M native feeder ewe
50 native feesler ewe
Or) na tiv feeder ewe
1M. native lamb
25 native lambs
94 native lambs
CM Wyoming lambs
28 Wyoming lamh
611 Wyoming lamb
43 Wvomlng lambs
6M Idaho Ismbs
COO Wvomlng lamb
10M M inn feeeler lambs
roll Iambs ,
Id t'tsh lambs
883 Idaho lambs
CHICAGO LIVB "TOCK MARKRT
Cattle 8 1 re a a- Hears Jteady keen
CHICAOO, Bent. 1. C ATTLE Receipt a,
18.000 head; market strong to 10c higher;
nstlve beeves. $0 254110.35; western steer.
$6.fc5fi.00; cows and heifer. $3.1(66.1;
calves $8,604)12 35.
HOGS Receipt. 22,000 head; market
steady to 6e higher; bulk. fiUml 0;
light. n.2Ofr806; mixed. $8. 4031.90; heavy,
$fi.1Mr7.M.; pigs. $7.00118 25.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-necelpts. 18,000
bead, market weak and lOtfXe lower;
wethers. rTMl.35; we, $3.75115.90;
Kanaaa City I.lv Stack Market.
KAN0A8 CITY. Mo., Bept. 1. CATTLE
Receipts, 8.000 head: market steady;
prime fed steers, 84Ofl0O; dressed beef
ihmi H, 1 -t 17 iHViS
WIT"! S I I U"l , ww, mrrm. Mm
g.1.1: stockers ami two ri 1 .wene.w; nuu, , Kmionsl m.cult
in. 7Mfn.ini; reives, ss.uuniu.iA. 1 N.nnnl Lesrt
HOGS-Receipt. lo head; msrket Neraaa 0.r
higher; bulk, ti 0OW7.8O; heavy. 8.7MPf u; : N.w Verk tintml
rxkera and buteh-r. 87.16tj1.tw; 11.111,
r.251i7.0; pig. Se.7M7.85.
BHEEP AND LAMB-Rece1pt. t.WO
head; market weak; lambs, S-i.45ft8.iiO;
yearlings 8 'It7.00; wether, $i.fce.iB;
ewes, $j. 25478.00.
sorbed here at Private ale.
Exe-epl for the rirst hour, when price
were tending downward, and In the final
dealings, which witnessed another
meteoric rise In motor and kindred la
sues, trading was light. Railroad shares
derived fresh stimuli's from favorable
statements of earnings and the specialties
rose on a mixture of war order rumor,
together with manipulation. General
Motor rained 2H to 24M, a new record;
Willys-Overland. 8 to 188; Crucible BtoeL
8V. to 4, and stuilebaker. 4 to 111'.
1 nl ted State Hteel sold up to 7?, two
points over Its early low. Total galea
amounted to 780n share.
Bonds were Irregular, due largely to the
heavy forehsn offerings. Total sales, par
value, sggregaled $3.75r.r.
t'nlted Wales bonds were unchanged on
Americas Jleet gugar.....
Americas gmelt. A Sef..
America fl. a R , sfd...
Amartoaa gugar Hetln....
Amertiian Tel. A Tal...,,
Iiaitimnrs aV Oeile
BnwIiljrB Hsrxil Transit.,
fal.romla Petmlsun ....
( tieaapeaks ft Ohio
Ohlragn, Ot. Weslern....
rhleatn. Mil. ft St. Panl.
CMrasei a Nurtbwaaiarn.
Olira4o Fuel A lroa...
I'nlnrada A Southern
stiaver A Ttlo (Irsnda...,
Danree A R. O., pM
Pl.t I lien- Hecvrltles
elraat Northern, ef4
Oraat Northarn Ora ctfa.
Ouiaenhe m Kipluratlon.
I IntertMimuKh Met., fd....
inepiraiimi e oeper .......
Intamstlnnal Harvester ..
kanaaa e'ltr. Houthara...,
lemlBTllle A Nnehvlll...
Vs.. Kan. A Tea
lltll. Ln. (JtnM.
l.0 121 15:4
' a! K
N. Y.. N II. M
Norfolk A Westers
Paclfln Tal. Tel
Pullman Pal are ear
Kay ronaoll dated capper.
ttepul'lln Iron A Rtael...,
It", k I. land Ca
Rock Is and Co., pf.l..
Total 6.247 4.086
Jacob Bejii.aauiui. te yomlng.
Av. k"T. No. Av.
llio 7 6 3 steer.. ..lisS
J. Mead. Wyoming.
66 steers.,., lit im
V. P. It.ckeiU. Wyoming.
28 steeia.... 1.24 7 u I sleer....12H
W. H. M. El wain, coio.aau.
16 cows.....i0o0 ib )eo 104t
com. ei 8 lo ill cow iiM
A Capital Home on
Capitol Ave. Near
7 Rooms, brand new, nearly all oak
finish, strictly modern and up-to-date in
eve.y way. It la ci ea 1 at $.OHl but will
-onsider any reasonable offer or terms.
108 McCague Bldg.
No. 116 S. 42nd St.
8 Room, All Modern
Dundee Car Line
Oak flnl h and floor all through the
hoi te; four good sleep ng room'. Paved
street. Vs block to car; house Is jus: be ng
painted: towers, shrubbery, grapes, e.c.
1 rice .5.50. Terms do.. n, 4j laonlli.
C. C. 8H1MHK. Dougli 6 13.
STUCCO SIX ROOMS STUCCO
SUN hOOM AND SLEEPING P01UCH 1
nomiini.ii, new I f eient. N thing 1.1
all Omaha so pretty .and artistic. Good
enough lo guarsntee In every particular.
Just being completed. Reasonable terms.
Drake Bealty ft Construction Co.
HUMMEL FAILS TO LOSE
HAY FEVER ON VACATION
City Commissioner Hummel has re
turned from Denver, where he spent his
vacation and a few dollars trying to loso
his hay fever. He d.d not lose his hay
"I made several Interesting mountain
trip, went over the Denver park and
boulevard system, but the most exciting
experience I had whilo away was a chase
I on a Denver street after a man I mis
took for Commissioner Butler," said Mr.
The park commissioner was sure he
recogn'sed the generous proportions of
Dan Butler meandering along Curtis
reet. Mr. Hummel quickened his pace
nd after a wa'k of two blocks admitted
he was mistaken.
After view ng th duck and geese in
the Denver park ponds, Mr. Hummel
decided he would add this feature to the
Omaha park system.
He also expects to place a cow In one
of the parks as a natural history lesson
for the children.
in Bemis Park District
$3.3oO 12" 0 cash. $31.50 per month, buys
i-laasy new bungalow. 6 nice rooms; large 11u.11
en" ve 'ine. ii'Jvro, I'TCl'I.C.
built-in bookcases: ni ely decorated; large
lot. Price Just reduced less than cost for
quick ss'e. A bargain.
Glover & Spain
HIT BY JITNEY BUS
John Hope, aged 6 years, am of John
T. Hope, Holand apartment. Sixteenth
and Yates streets, sustained a sever
gash on the forehead when he was
knocked down at Blxteenth and Fsrnam
street by a jitney driven by Maurice
The lad wa attended by Dr. C.
B Folti and Piatt wag placed under ar
rest, C. E. Reel, S.'1S Burt street, sustained
a fractured right hand In an auto ac
cident this morning. Reel Is a driver for
th Kimball laundry.
ck.ii) fr.cea uncut; AO. red, SLOwty
1.0,; iso. uard, al.iHitfl.wm. Corn: .o. 8
ye. iow, ihsfiirc; No. 4 yei.ow, -. Outs:
No. 3 while, aj'd.'Hc; standard, 4uc. Rye:
No. 2, lei,c. Barley, Illume. '1 linouiy, o.uo
vi. 00. Clover, ti.MuU.tb. Pork, $.3.02i.
I aril. $.! K bs, .. I'wpi 87V4.
EGOiJ Sllght.y higher; receipt 10,I'3
casus; at mark, casuj Included, 21c;oidl-
r . . - " . " , 1 I -1 .1. t. r . , n , m I 1.. n .1 Ulkl. .tf o.
faCTTkR-HUIier; receipts, 11.4:4 tubs; i.-. IVVV ,, ',.
creamer, extras. k,c; extra ilrs.s. id k re ' Demamf K 18 -h.'r. b f,'r,,ft
P piTATOK.J.- easier: receipts. 15 1 r "-VEIl-bap. 4c; Mexican dollar.
cais; weise y counters, 63u6oc; jersey ( iirvriu ri., . . ,
fcianis. 4V4; Minnesota and tar.y onio, N DH-Oovernment. steady; rallroa1.
W 1 ham
. 3 a.eer-
change on London was 1 3rd higher, with ! ai au.a" l m
ri "lr. imil.ri .L XIO 11(1 DU
rels lower at Banto.
Moncrclf .e, w yom.iig.
Never York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Bent. l.-MERCANTII.R
p i"iu?',( per cent.
day I Ills, $4 . 0; demand.
Airs. J. H
8 htesers....! i
So steer..... Uui
gt. I.onl LIT Stock Market.
BT. LOUIS, Bept. 1. CATTLE Re
re' pts, 7V0 head; market lower; native
ke .leer. 17 MVR 10 CO- vearllna a'e ra
snd heifers. SllskrriO.OO: rows. $rt.f?K.0rj; 1 L A . p.. Id pfd.
slockers and feeders. 88.0mffl 25: southern Houtharn Pael'le
steer. S5.2Ml8.85; cow and heifer, $4.0 . 2"u'hr Klly
a n- nnllv. enlvea t,i OOfrll HO. .."i-per .
HOUri Receipts. 4.i0 bed; market
higher: plga ami Hgh'a, rS'tTTSO; mixed
and butcher. $7.6647.eO; good heavy, $7.00
J..".; . oaa ; i:-1" " 8.
nil r,E.i sieii o-i k iwi .ni'."
head; market tea-'y: lamb. $8.00719.00;
sheep and ewes, $6.6 4T7.S0.
Teaaa Company rr)
t nl.n I'aiiiflo , ll.ino
Pnlon Partric, pfd no)
tinned Hl.tr. piael IB, t)
Hteax ritr Live Block Market.
BlOrX CITY, la.. Bept. l.-CATTLB-Receipts.
$.009 head: market steady: na
tive steers, $8.OMi7.00; cows and heifers,
i".0rkjj.e')'. canners, $ 1.7541 4 85; st vkT
aid fe-lers 5,tJitj7.0ti; calves. $.0U4.U;
HrKIS- Receipts, 4,000 head; market
steady to 15c higher: havv. $".004P7.6O
mixed $n.fiOfj7.00; light. $.2(Vir.u0; bulk,
$ 6r1 "0.
BH EEP AND LAM BB Receipt, 80
Rt. Joseph Lire Stock Market.
BT JOBFPH. Mo.. Bent. I. CATTLE
Retelpts, 1,4't head; market steady; steers,
$7. !.:'); rows and heifers, $4.0)tj8.00;
HCXiH-Receipts, 2.800 head; market 69
10c higher; top, 37.80; bulk of sale, $(,
BHEEP AND LAM BU Receipt. Fl
head; market lOo higher; lamb. $8,009
Lira Stock tn Bight.
Receipt of live stock at the five prin
cipal western markets:
taii'n. nog, oneep.
All . Chalmers
Belhlehtm Ml eel
Baldwin Icomotlvs .
C. H. I. A I'
Total ler today, 87l.0u soaras.
mVjc; S i.,colisln. 4biu4oc
1-OL'L'i'UY e 11 ine-r, ulive
15'-. dpi lima. Hiu 16 ac
CHh.fc.lSlv Hlgi.ei ; dalules. 13fil4c;
tains, lafuloVtc; Americas, 14tfl4c; ions
OA1AIIA G8CNEHA81 MARKET.
BUTTER No. 1. 1-Tb. cartons. Sc; No.
S. so-li . luos. 2JC.
CllEb Imported Swiss, Sic; Amer
Can bvei.e, c; olock kila, 8-0 ; Iw.ns.
lac; daisies, luc. tiLicis, loo, Vuuug
Aiiierica, loc; ulu .aoei ones. l,c;
liiuuuigei, 2-1 o., As;; New lor wmi.
Uvs; iiuporuiie r'reucn Konue.un. toe.
1 1011-iwui, a;, wu.le .u.11, Uc: liall
boi, -.; iliuiiuci caiii.ii, ic; ntir.ua. o;
Ctaltibh, ltsul-u; uiae-kerei, ksj, tawrjo,
'"ftt.trir Pc1aTUE8 Kansas. .2.75 bbl.
BLfc-F CUTS Kibs: No. 1. HiVc; No. 3.
l.nc; No. , I i Lulus. .So. 1,
i.e.. , Use: .0. , 17VaC Cbucas: No, 1. I'
uu; .-o. i. il'o; iso. e, 8c. rto-nUs: No. Oil and Rtsln.
1, Ibho; No. 4, 14c; .so. I. Imi. fuue: SAVANNAH Ca.. Bept. 1-TIRPEN-
.so. 1. Ivc; No. , ic; No. 4, Sc. ' TI v i' irm S6V-: ale-, xso bbls.: re-
Fruu ttiiu ve.vtab.v r.l- fa...t.,1eU by ee pts 227 bb .; shlpme: U 34 bbli.; stock,
v.iu...... i uit cuine.ai.y. , jU. . . bh.?.
FiillJ i' oiau.c ,.liornia Valen-1 ROBIN Firm: receipts 743 bbls.; shlp
cias. luos, Uim. es. 3Js, ews, $0.0o ptr'ment-, 3 02r, bids; stock, 82 l.'iff bljls ;
box; Ca-ioruia a.eucias. Iojs, Los, J mm, sa es. K78 bbls. Qu te; A, B $J.3: (', D
TIME I1ANS Steady; lrty days, 2i7T
Z'l per rent; ninety das. 2ui per ceni;
six months, S'" 3"4 per cent,
CALL MONLY (Steady ; high, 2 per
cent; low, 1A. per cent; ruling rate. It
per rent; last loan, 3 per cent: cl sing
bid, l per cent; offered at S per cent.
NEW YORK. Bert. 1 COTTON Spot.
quiet; middling uplands, .76c. Bales, 836 :
Future opened firm; October, 8.96c;
December. 10.27c: January, 10.30c; March,
10 rue; May, 10.90c.
The cotton market closed steady at a
ne- dec1 Ine of 10 to15 points.
Futures cl sed steady; October, 8.7te;
Decembe-r. 10 tic; January, 10.20c; March,
le'4Cc 5 av. 10 60C
LIVERPOOL. Sept l.-COTTON Boot,
firm; good middling, 6 24d; good m,d''lng,
6.84d; low middling. 5.4-d. Hales, 1.1,00 J
7 .lers.... 60S
7 m W .o..s aw
Wtiiui liros. egun.
40 steei....Ujo J 10 6 SJHis....ir
$1.55. ! 18 alters. ...l-il 7 86 81 steeis. ..
i3 (X.WM Ui 4 80 84 Cow. HOi
C. E. Lacey oregvn.
49 steers... .121 7 4i 7 teei....1248
t sieeis....lueo lui 17 cows lu0
li. N. Klllolt-Oregon.
...1217 7 AO 8 stewis... 1127
IjHJ 7 U 23 cows HOB
Jaiiu'w M of f It t Oregon.
...Ill 7 80 20 steers.. ..1231
...1112 6 20 1 cow 1130
John Griffith Oregon.
It steers. ...1.M8 7 60 steer.. ..1130
18 .U4r....luh6 6 80
. 672 7 0 11 steer...
. ti 4 36 I cue....
. 654 4 75 8 steers...
, 4St 6 u0 14 steers...
, IB) Hi, 14 steers...
.101 6 85 62 Steer j...
.12.(1 7 5" 34 sleers...
.10-J2 6 15 28 sleers...
. bvo 4 00 4 cow....
i.va.i Ai.uii.e-r tight bo. ron
cel.ed touay. esllmates i-all.ng
310.; F $3 1); O. H, I. $120; K,
$4. JO; N, $4 80; WU, $j.60; WW,
Sits, euos, -.uv per bo, iiiiuiut, exir. $3 00; K,
fancy oiUueu liol, io.uo per box; 34 ; M
extra fancy iro.ucn ioi, jaus, 4.u0 per . Sj.oO.
box: extra tancy eunklst, Ujus, aVoa, a-i jol 1
per box. Ked ua.i. 4.uo per tox. Peaches, i 'ii
t al.forma L.bertas. 76c per crate; Colo-1 NEW YORK, Bept. 1. METALS Lead,
rado Eiberla. 70c per irate; Vv asn ngioii Ji a-kd Copper, quiet; electrolu
E Pert as, tioc per crate; Idaho bJsheis, :1S(4) Iron, fl:m: No. 1 north rn $!$SO
$1.50 per bu. Plums, Italian prunes, ll.oj 1 1.W); No 3, $15.7643 16 21: No. 1 southe n
per risie; Dlsmuuds, Hunganarui, Orosa. Ill 6'(R'14.nO; vn 2. $5.7615 7 Tin. d"l;
ijrand i'uktiS, 11.15 per crate. Pears, Cal- offered at (38.78. At London: Copper, spot
Iforina Hartletts. $1. H5 to $ J. s. pe crate; A'7 IDs; futures, 1.4); el ctro yt 184 1 a
Washington Uartlelts, fancy, $..76 per Tin spot II 1 15s: future 1113 Antl
rrate. Grapes, -c.eet crates extras, niony, 125. Lead, 22 6s 3d. Spelter, 72.
$1.50 per crate: 4-baeket crate. $1.40 per "
crate; uomegrown uunexirus. t .e per
basket. Bananas, medium fruit. $3.00 to I
$j.7a per bunch; Jumbo fruit. Chang a-1
nola and Port I.lmon, 4c per lb. Carta-1
loupe. California Mission brand, stand-'
per crste; cat. forma M salon
ponies. $2 36 per crate; California
brand, nau, yuc to II 00 per crate.
' loupes, ci
NEW YOHK. fept. 1. SCO A R Raw.
steady; centrifugal. 4 77c; molasses, 4.00c;
re'lned quint s"ntures were quiet early
today, moat of th trading being ennf ned
to October, wh'ch sliow-d a loss of about
S points from las 6 nijht' close.
.1 cow . ..
42 ' ows...
eighty loads, or 5,ouo bead, bo far this
week 1I.M1 neaa na arnvea nm.
1 7.500 head lea tl-ij A week agi. ll.&A)
liu..u iu..l.e.r iu-11 lo Week so. and
a shortage of 6,000 head as compared w.lh
the same days last year. Supplies for the
urst 1. ail of the week are th lightest
since the second week of July.
Bh pliers uld not lancy iignt hog par
... 8 000
Total receipt 37.800 86.600 80,5 0
Loeal Stock and Bond.
O. Hallows nirnlshed br Burns, Brlnk.r ft Co.,
44 rimaha National Baak bulldlag, Omaha 1
America a Wee. pfd. A
uraeas Naeh It. pfd., IMI 84
banker. Ierr Life
Daara A Ce. pfd.. ax-dl.
Fairmont craomarr uar
P.lrmoot tVeamerr td
Fairmont Oeim.ni com
Ore. I We.tern Ausar ptd
Hemlit Hulldlns p'd
Hupp Motor Car
I,tnrala O.s A Klee. Lt. earn
Lincoln T.I'Phon. Co. 00m
Mountain HU'ea Tal. 7s
Molina Plow pfd
Onulia A o. Hluffa 81. Ry. pfd...
Om.h. A Co. Ulutl. Ry. A Brtdg..
gwlft and Oomp.nr
Standard Oil Co at N.b
tnl a loek Varda Block aa-dlf
t'pdlke Orwia eoas
Alma. Nek. Water la, ltM
Boomer, Nak., W
Hrunnn Neb,, W.ler IHa. IMI
tlunlla. Neb , Muni. IHa, 1IK
Llarola I.laht A Power la
North P'allo Lt. A How. a.. tM,..
I. Ana.ioo neiiw.r aa. i.e. .
Memphla. Tenn.. Hukool 6a 144
Omaha Auditorium Cs. KN...
Oinaiis Water 4Wa lll
Omaha A Co. Bluf. SH. Rf. la, IIR.
Omaha Gas ts, lint
PhHMc Ika. l a la. IMI
I .i City Meek Yards Is. 11).. ..
Pan Diego flae A Klee Co. la, IflSS.
avirklta t'alos Heock Tarda Is. lwi.
Swift ss4 Company l
. . A
1 6 II
Cantwell in Omaha;
. Finds Big Mail Pile
Edward J. Cantwell of Washington, D,
C. secretary of the National Association
of Letter Carriers, which Is to open Its
rational convention In Omaha September
8, arrived In Omaha thl morning. Ha
locked himself In hi room at th Fonte
nelle hotel, entrenched himself behind an
embankment of United ' States mall,
which has been coming to Omaha ad
dressed to lilm for the past two week,
and began to burrow hi way out with a
knife and sclnsors. assisted by a at,
The secretary expect trior than 1.60
to attend th big convention In Omaha.
The local committee ha made most of
the arrangements, but la still very busy
very day at headquarter in the Hen
Simultaneously with th convention of
the carrier, th national convention or
Ladles' Auxiliary to th National Asso
ciation of Letter Carrier I to bo-held
In the assembly room of the Fontenelle
hotel. Thla Is an organisation of the
j wive, daughter and sweethearts of the
I carriers. Tho ladies are making A per
i .intent effort to Institute a pension sys
tem In the federal statutes to pension
worn-out mall carrier who have given
. th best years of their lives to th serv
I Ice of Uncle Ram.
I.nnrton SteieV Market.
LO'DON Re-t 1 -Th stock market
wa- unlet. The 'hi f Interest was in tie
and good 1 guts were uji American se"ttrn. where the low rat of
more ihan steady witn yeaterosy. iney c- n- w mu'i ...r.nr i..,r
bought good butchers and some fairly iln' wb'r wee well absorbed st grsd
we.ghty hogs at higher price. Best ual'y ri Ing nrtee-. Csnsdlan Pac 'H.
11-, .. ... -. hi, 1. nut .Mh ...I' 'te t'-l'ed 8 a'ea Steel and Union Pa
ce,! for a oieca of a load 'at 87.66. waa'Cflc were the moe active Issues Bonds
ye sterdsy top,
Killer bums had lively competition
from shipper on the good butcher
again this morning, and th resu t ws
that ali packing grade sold generally a
n rkel higher. Trade was mure or leas
uneven, as It Is every day, and while
some sale looked just strong, other
cou'd be pointed out that war frQMOc
higher. Movement was reasonably s i ,
snd . oretty fair clearance was made by
Most of the packing hogs sold at A
spread of n.4eig -S. KmI j W vro reported as
low as 84.80, and there was a sprinkling
on up to th top. Packing hog ar gen-
er-'lw at pong, to SerlOc h'gher than tiat- j
urday. while shippers hsve fal'e4 ' ...Kv",,
i'n Monivs break, and ar still S4nc
der ! "-eeV's close.
No. As. Bk. Pr. Na. A. Sk. Pr.
st 14 ... I m e ui ... si
shared In t hi
ket c'osed fit
I ... iTHVumnnt end lb. mee-
In o'her ell-e l-n the oaaenieni ine
wa - 10-n was en o-iv a 1 stock.
H'T'S-ei-Psr. ft 3-'M ner ounce.
unvKT .I' ei or cent.
nifacoiivf nTES sp-ort b'li. SIM o
4'4 per rent; three months, 4 per cent.
Pre dM4 MarVet.
KEW YORK Bent. 1 DRY OOOPH
Cn'eon gneda s'ro". Pr(t clo'h. a"d
sheetings b'wher Y-Tis h'gher. Worsted
yarn stead v Lace more active and
New Hospital Opens
Doors at Reception
The new Presbyterian Medical hospital
formally opened Its Uoors at a reception
to which nearly a thousand persons were
Invited. Five or six hundred visitor
were received by Mr. and Mr. Robert
McClelland, the owners, and the new
and attractive hospital wa carefully
oxainlned from roof to basement.
Th hospital occupies the old Turnet
residence, near Thirty-fourth and, Fux
nam, which ha been remodeled and en
larged to make room for fifty patient.
The rooms are beautifully furnished in
mahogany and oriental rugs, and all of
the beds are of heavy brass. An adjoin
ing building has been entirely remodele.)
and enlarged and now serve a a dor
mitory for the nurses, and has In the
heating plant for thi
The house wa beautifully decorated
with palm and flowers, and an orchestra
was placed at the end of tho reception
hall, where It wa almost hidden amU
Key to the Situation-Bee Want Ads.
t-A Issteggat n-4H) BVnlt
Kw . YOWV Scot. 1. EVAPORATED
DRIFin r",""rS-P'ine steady: apri
cot and peachea, quiet: ralslna, steady. ,
A atiasa st a time. How rou cas bar New
Yerk Stock Kacktato aorurltl... g plain,
is the cwrraal Uau. f TUB CitiD: LOT KB
VIBW. pub l.hrd by John Mulr A Ce . 41
BrMdwajr, N.w York I lly. 11. lg a ar.
Bend lor free sample topv.