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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1915)
JJIK JlLti: U-WAllA. ltl.M)Al. NU'ThAlllhlt 14, Ivlo.
llniitM and leittacee.
MODKXf 1iVrvxir. furnished rr uofum
larwd. .wn CVrltol A.. awner. Tel.
WT RENT -One-etori cottage four
rofus ard bain. pxvtlprTit : n lies'.. l.'O
South Tbl.-ty-4Tourt?i rtreet. Harney 1'V1.
NICK 8-room detached houae; nil ccn
Ton'.fvcM: In fine condl'lon; rent, ti
rtwinth. Ml P. flrvh At'
?.RxiVL modocri house, sail Leaven
worth.. r"V Wrh(rtf 2rV.
.YV.4-VA rr.rn.,, n 61,
rCmix VourM tS4 for coovxete tist of
vtxauit hovawn and apartment; lo for
V,r ye. nvii'lnn, i'l and .'nokmn Xti,
r-Tjf t:e Centrel Furniture Scores FK.iE
i! T.VTAL 1.1 ST.
Him ana. CV-Un bone & Oo . Kce"Bldg.
Pct-roc. r.jvr. packs, ships; 4-horfe van
and mar., l r,,r h; storage W per
mc ba'n's-ul..n guar. P. Ty. fc
Gordon Van Co. 525
Tel. DIW or Mar. 1W7.
7'J St. Min't Aft., T-fKm modern house
eatoen heat, fine tor rooraer. p. tu.
Ifown m 4 orfioee.
Small Room on the Court
Tor Rest Now.
120 Gq. Ft.. $11.00.
Water and KkWo Xicat. Tree.
Suparintoadent, Room 103.
GOOD auto sales room ou JTsrvuim Ht.
Vary rwnntubie rr... Tel. D.v.ie, 4089.
FOR RKNAOfflro spece, tleek roora
Tlt? iphon J Pec EM j.
with entrance from
Oourt of Bog Building.
Part or all of on floor In largs fire
Mtorr brlok building- Urft frtlght
vator. Addreaa J 1S9. Baa.
WANTED TO BUY
OFK1CU furniture boufht and sold, J.
C ItoM. 120! Fit mam. IVvur. M.
Tala huyt everything 2nd hand. Wtb. UxH.
HIGHEST price for old clothln. D 14.
FARM A HANOI LANDS FOR 8ALR
Ltva Oak Colonla, none batter. W. T.
Bmlth Co., 9l-H City Nat BH. D. 1
Want to moa to Omaha. Hava houaa
in liat Dea Molnea, new In ISO. Rood
barn, two food bed, brick chicken
houaa (will laava the onlokana In It), all
tlirva lota facing east, good location, two
blocKs from car, not too clone to town,
aoma improvement, will aell cheap for
Oaah, will make arrangemenla tor pay
Oienta. Addreaa a tif. Bea.'
WANTED Good car tor 80 acre Colo
rado land, clear. Address 1a 11. Bea.
240 ACRES, 46 mile from Minneapolis,
one miie from town; 160 acrea under
Cultivation; balance used for pasture;
can practically all be cultivated; heavy
soil. Good set buildings, consisting of -room
house, large barn, granary, corn
cribs, windmills, eta; tho lana will pro
duce CO bushels of corn per acre; tele
phone In house; country thickly settled:
complete set of machinery; IT! head of
stock, constating of 11 cows, balance 1
and i-y ear-olds; six good horses, ta hogs.
ChiOKens, one-half of this year's crop and
everything on the farm goea at 260 aa
sore, half oaab. Schwab Bros., 1041 Ply
mouth B.da , Minneapolis, Hum.
TWO sections of land In Lincoln county,
8 miles from R. R. Price 1 per acre. In
qulra. Mrs. U B. MlUhelL Kearney. Neb.
GOOD HOMES In South. Missouri, cheap
and on eiuy terms, write me for
rrkuaa, J. C Wynkoof. MuuaLaia View.
MONTANA Irrigated lands boat In the
world for wheal, oats, alfalfa and stock:
close to town, railroad, schools and
churches; 241.60 to 260 per acre on fifteen
years' time; annual payments less than
rentals on middle west farms: write to.
uay for particulars; illustrated pamphlet
and mup free. Valler Kami Sales com
pany. Bos 1002. Valler. Mont
LAND BEEKJSRS, ATTENTION.
Wo are closing out the holdings of a
land company la Lincoln county, Ne
braska, conalstlng of about 7,000 acres of
choke farming lands In tracts to suit
purchasers and at prices much below
current valuu. Prices for good corn and
wheat lands range from fM to 2u0 per
acre, according to location and Improve
ments. In many cane a single crop will
Pay for the farm. Terms to suit buyers.
No better crops raised In Nebraska. Let
us snow you the land and the crops.
Write us for particulars.
BUCHANAN & PATTERSON,
North Platt. Neb.
VOn &AL& Best large body high-grade
medium priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required C Bradley, 'Wel
50BUSHLS WHEAT TO
Buy land In'Cbeyenno oounty. Nebraska,
where (.lie crop pays for the land, prices.
to 246 per acre. Good terns. Writs
fur actual crop statistics.
BKNTLKY LAND CO..
VTPKR WIBCONSIN-Beet dairy and
genaral crop atala lit the union, settlors
wanted; lauds lor sale at low prions ou
easy terms. Ask lor booklet 4 on Wiscon
sin Central Land Grant. Bxoelieat lands
lor euaca. raising. If interest In fruit
laada ask for booklet on apple orchard.
Addrt I-aod and lndustrixj learU, Svo
l.ln Hrtllway, Mlnneanolla. Minn
FGlt a4LE We offer ealected hardwood
ridge cut-over landa. ail slsed trails, st
right prices and easy telioj, soli oiay silt
loaru; excellent dairy eu4 tarmlog region;
laud cuovenlsnt ta railroad In growing
eettiements; feood nrkata for all pro
ducts. Write for luap and Information.
Johu Arpin Lumber Company, Grand
Rapids, wis.; fcawmlll Office at Atlanta,
Wi.hh Coumy. Wlsoonsln.
UAVB TOU A yAPM FOR SALE
"rite a good description of your land
and send It to the aloux City, la.. Journal,
owa Most Powerful Want Ad Me
dium. Twenty-five words every Friday
evening, baturday morning aud every
Balurrtey evening and Buaday rooming
for one mouth, giving aixlean ads oo
twelve dlfferant date tor 81; or 80 words,
4 or 78 word. 84.
Irtost cirxulatloa of any Iowa news
f u'' ' rT daily la lour great
I can meet the sfquirciMnU of home
frJf."" fl M12'- u "mall or large
MTi V Bl! 'f4 trm ,n Kebra.ka.
Minn.. Dak., Montana. Attractive prices
and tarn,. City income taken lit ex
hsnge.jVQ. Ternpietua. eU Bee Bldg.
REAL ESTATE LOANS)
FARM LOAN E, a PER CENT
TOIANU A TKik'Bl LU 44 1 He snrtB
Jti TO 41.00U '..! prviaully. F. n.
Weed. Wad Bldg, 11 h A i'arnaro fits.
' lT SJ 'rIn loans. 8. H. 4 por cut
J. H. Dumeut A Co.. 418 CUU Bank.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat is Steady, No. S and 3
Grades SelliLg Unch&ngtd to
a Cent Up.
CORN DROPS CENT AND A HALF
OMAHA, rpt. U 1918
Oini Mr oji off; the rwwjpla Wfrt axxxl,
Vh -hiat nuirk4 u vnrv atiMflv
to.lay. Ihn Noa. S and 1 grade aUlii
unchhJXH'-il to 10 Mrl)fX. while tha oft
greden euld pructloally uimhoniriHt.
torn waa on, tno rweipta went anod.
hut com sold low, d row wing HVtWo
Data unld higher todny. aning tin
rhangMt to a up, with a fairly active
Tht Canadian fartnwm a wall aa tha
trrdura of aprtng wheat in our country
will benefit baoaua or tha heavy rain
anu the entuquant damKae to wheat In
the wsutawMC, arid It I more than likely
fay will be auablm) to get better rtine
than aUiarwIaa toay would have oWainL
dearaaoee waa-a: Wheat, flour, ooru
axid oata not quoted.
Ivarpnol Olna: VtTea.t, Ho up to la
lower: ooro, unuharvired to Ho tower.
Primary wheat rwaipta ww l,lg,000
buahela aad aiilpment LU,aM buhel.
Agalnrt rcJr'a cf 4,r7,A) b'lalieJ and
alUpmanla of buahaui laat year.
PvlinarY om rwoeipt want ?.
b.rnbnl nd nlrientj 1.0u biiaiinJa.
ayaituit retpt 4i Ul.CfO buehela and
ahlpit.ente of Oi.OO) tuahalg laaC year.
PMraary oau raoaa'va were l.an.OtS
bualieUi and ahlpmetil r.f 134.000 buenela,
acntr:t raoaima of l.At.iQ buahela and
BhtpnaAnUi ui LrQtOnO buA.ela Uat year.
UAH LOT RkX-KUTS.
. Wnwtt. CXrn. OatJ".
01ilaw ;yi i? ).
VlnueaooUa 1 U
i rhiluth .L
I Omaha 47 H W
ivmi.iui dL)' 4K t it
$. Lila 4 67
Tha aalea vera rrnnft.J tAfev
1 .1hett,T,No' J winter! 1M car.
vT, i.u, a nam winter: 1 car, :.: 1
car. i01i 1 car, 11.00. No. 4 hard wtritar;
1 car. 9ho. J t-8 care, 7o; 4 oar, Wo; 5
tar. t. rwvrle; 1 enra, tKo; 1 tar.
Mo; 2 our a, 7o: 1 car, hot. M6o. No. I
pitiia-i 1 otA t.0l; t aara, 1100. No. S
ouum mixed: 1 car. Mo No, S mixed
Ourum: I or, 11.01. No. 4 mixed durum:
H W U.W. No. I velvet chaff. 1 car,
1.0J; 1 car, 1.0i. No. ( velvet chaff: 1 oar.
$1.11: cara, 11.00; 1 cara, light. 7o. No.
4 velvet chaff: 1 car. Mo. Com No. t
White: t cars. Mto; 2 cars, 60. No.
white: 2 car, 6oVo; 2 cars, 6S4o. No. 6
white t 1 oar, 6o. No, 2 yellows i car, 71o;
t cara. 7Mo; 4 car. 70c, No. 2 yellow:
4 oara 7oc; 1 car, TOo. No. yellow: 1
car, 70c, No. 2 mixed: 1 car. e; 6 car,
H7ko: 2 oar, 6tiiv; 2 car, 0M0. No. 3
mlaed: S oara, Wo; .4 cars, (He. No. 6
mled: 1 car, Wc. No. 6 mixed: 1 car,
near yellow, WVto; 2 cara. 8c; t car. 874c:
1 car, (17 Ho. Sample: 1 car, (7r. Data
No. 2 white: 1 car, 44 He. (Standard: 1 car,
240. No. 2 white: 4 oara, S4o; 4 car,
V No. 4 white: 1 car. Vc; 2 cars,
MWo. Bample; 1 car, 82Hc; car, poor, 2c.
Rye No. : I car, Mho. No. 4: 1 oar. Ma
Barley: Rejected: 1 car. 43c.
Omaha Ch Prices Wheat: No. 2 tur
key, 2l.02fl4.CkiH; No. 3 turkey, ll.OlHil'
1.03H; No. 2 hard, $1.011 CH: No. 3
hard, W4of7l.(B; No. 2 spring, ll.OOVtf
1W, No. rnng, M'rottgl.ni; no (trail n,
MUi. Ooni: No. 2 white. OSOWtlVko; No.
5 white. C71Wc; No. 4 whit. 7V(y
Wir; No.. 6 white, 743Hc: No. whlUs
67'iJ!7c: No. 2 yellow, 70H571e: No. 2
yellow. 70ki70Hc: No. 4 yellow, TOSIovio;
No. 6 yellow, 624400; No. 6 yellow,
IH&70o: No. 2 mixed, 6iMHc; No. 2
mixed, 67,ffitf;i4o; No 4 mixed, fi?HrRr;
No. 6 mixed, aVHMo: No. mixed, 67fi
6Xc. Ovttc No. 2 whit. 4H6'4o; stand
ard, M34Hc; No. 2 white, Mi; No.
4 white, UW&sVlHo. Barlay; Malting, 4Tp
RKAIi ESTATE LOANS
A "For Bale" ad will turn second-hand'
furniture Into cash.
WAN TEL Good farm and city loans at
PETERS TRUST CO., lf.22 Faraam.
CITY property. Large loans a specially.
W. II. Thomas 22s State Bank Bldg.
WONKY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder, City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1018 Omaha National. Phone Douglas 2718.
SEE us first tor farm loans In eastern
Neb. United fttatea Trust Co., Omaha.
fiCtCITY IXJAN9. O. O. Carlberg, 210
u 12 Brsndels Theater Bldg.
RRATj KSTATE FOU EXCHANGE
-ROOM modern houae for grocery stock.
Goorga Karges. Counoll Bluffs, la.
llKAIi EHTATF ACREAGE
FOR SALE Two acres In fruit, apples,
plums, peaches. berries, currants,
gooseberries, raspberries, rhubarb; 7uo
grape vines In full bearing. New,
strictly modern 6-room house, full base
ment fitonn cave connected with base
ment: t.&0. 'Will consider email cottage
In part payment Phone Benson 389.
REAL ESTATE: NORTH SIDE
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT.
Brand new, lust completed, large liv
ing room and dining room, built-in buffet,
butler's pantry, oak finish: colonnade
opening with bookcase pe.ieetals, fine
kitchen with maple floors. Three fine bed
rooms with dandy bath room upetalra.
Whru you buy a home get one that Is
built rlKht These bururalows were built
bv day labor and will bear close Inspeo-
tlon as to kind of construction ami m
terials used. Can he bought on eaay
terms If desired. Telephone office for
Innnectlnn and we wl call for vou.
SCOTT & HILL COMPANY,
8-R., modem: oak finish: garage; near
schools and churches. 117 Emmet. Owner.
FOR BALE or rent -r. house, mod.' 1
blk. from Miller park and school. 6738
n. awtn Ave. 1 none owner. Web. 8W7.
FOR sale or trade, -r. hours, lot 62xlJ8.
4?lJ Grand Ave Webster TM. Owner.
A LOT foraaie. Lenox Addition. Ceil
Webster tno. Owner
BUNGALOW 22b AfTO AMF.fl
5 rooms, new and modern, price cut to
12.400. Small payment rlnwii. 828 Per
htontn. Phone Webster 41.
REAL ESTATE SotTTI SIDE
Just one block from street cr, living
room, dining room, kitchen, pairry and
bedroom on first floor; stairway to large
floored attlo, with completed bath room:
cement basement and walks, electric
lights, gaa, orty water, sewer, oorner lot
lit feet oa (1st 8t. ar.d 60 feet on Pleroe
m. Prioe. MM Lovatad at iA 8. tut
0. 0. CAKLBERO,
313 Prandels Theater Bldg.
BARAAAlNT7-r., mod ex. heat; home aeei
80th aad Vinton; tftO caali. balano rea
sonable payment. 1412 Martha fit.
T-ROfiM modem bouse, la good repair;
'" t. iruiv. si: sue, w,suo; 1
terms. auo2 B. 17th. Tai. Tyler liag.
REAL ESTATE WEST 8 LOB
NKW, most modvrn. 4-R. house; sleep-'
tng porch and garags; cethadraj dist
Caah or acreage considered. Sit N. tilth.
REAL ESTATE SCBCTtBAN
SEW Nethaway for that farm.
REAL ESTATE MlSCEIXASTEOri
NEW D-ROOM BC.'NUAIaOW.
Equity of ll.UO to trade for good lot or
Hut) ueah. li.on Webster 41A4.
THE ART OF PELLJNil tH t'A."lT
This little bnxbure explains fully ho
we ran sell your ral eatate ur unoln.as
for cash, no matter where located. We
mean it. Writ Uxlay deacrtling what
you have to sell, buy or exchange, ai d
t O . 4S N . Walnut St. De Molnea. Ta.u
R.Y; No. i feed. 4W4Sc. Ryo: No. I.
tl.-; No. J, s44lMHe.
Chicago range of prices furnished The,
Bee by Log mi Bryan, stock and grain
erokrra, 316 foulh Slx'.eenth street,
Artlclel Open. Ilighl tow. CkiM .I Saty.
Corn. ( I
W 1 M.
-ti s wiiy.
!"l ,BHi2i'V aI S4
14 97 H
2 1.7 i
t T 254
A Asked, n Bid.
t'hl'-ago Cash Ir!ces Wheat : No. 2 red.
tVimul.li; N.x 2 hard, 21.1S. Corn: No. J
leuow. 7Vc; ethers rtnmlnal. (ats:
No. 8 while. 24CJ4No; standard. rv.
Rye: No. 2. .t. Parley, 60pioo. pd: Tira
othy, llAfltW; clover. 8 Soft-Ul . rPovt-
stonij rork, 312.20; Urd, ts.00; ribs, 7 83
l"rTR.R IQgher; oreemery, 21C34W.
1X1M-Hlgher: reoelpts 8.301 case: at
mark, raaea Included ITHiflOJo; ordinary
rirU, firsts. tSqjXSa.
rHITATVkJH Higher; reor-lpt. 28 er;
Michigan and Wisconsin white, 4W4&;
Mlnn-nota, early hp, 27tr40v
POLLrnT Alive higher; fowls. ISHcj
7EW YORK. OBXintl MARKET
Quotations of h Day on Veriest
NTCW TflRV Bnt It TTTj-TTne, -.,,..
Iprln patents. 8l.ati 70; winter straiiM
patents, 8i.n.r0; winter straight. 14 Nut
WHRAT f pot rstrotte; No. 2 rfd, r
end No. 3 hard. 3i.v1. c. I. f.. New
ork, Inks and rail: No. 1 northern On
luth, li.(ki4. and No. I northern. Mani
toba. l7Hc. c. I. ., Buffalo. Future, lirm;
)RN Spot, steady; No. 3 yellow, HOHc,
OATS-Ppot easy; No. 3 rhlt, now,
HAY-Qulot: No. 1, ll.VdM.W; No. U.
ti lO'ul.KH; No. 3, 97Vcjl.O&; shipping.
HOP") Quiet; fctar. fomrnon to choice.
ISln, HW.Io; PacirlO Coast, ll'll. HfW;
HIdEh Quiot; Bogota, HOtffOic: Central
I.KATH EH Firm; hemlock firsts, 83c;
PROVISloNflUPork harelv atfrtdr;
mess, 2is.wwi4.00j family, '1.ontl2.ob:
short clears, 2l8.0fSil9.K. Beef, steady:
mes. 3l7.tXti518.rtO: family. JM.S0tfl9.'0.
Ijerd. ntilet; middle weet I.litf8.3i"i.
TALl,OW-1ull; city, 6NHu; countr)'.
0T4itiUc; speolal, 6c,
Hl'TTER Market barely steady; re
ceipts, 7.13 tuba; creamery extras. Uft'
36Hc: first. tVaiic; second. SIH-VJVic.
KKKJS Market ateady; receipts,
caites; freah RBthered extras, isHliKi;
extra flr.its, lWHV27!4c; firsts. 24'rft-Mc;
CHHERro-Market steady; receipts. 1,187
hoxes; state, wholo milk, frfali flntu,
white and colored, specials, H10c;
averape fancy, 14Hc
POl'LTRY Presserl, weak; western
frnnen roastlns; chlcksns, SOfnCJc; freah
fowls. Iced, ISmTVio; fresh turkey. Iced,
CtflCAGU r.RAIW AND PROVI2IO.N8
Feat ores of Tradlna- nel Cloalagr
Prices on the Hoard of Trade.
CHICAOO. Kept. 13 Fear that wet
weather in the northwest might prevent
t finely deliveries on contracts made the
wheat market today average higher. The
close was unsettled at a net advance of
V'fHo to Ho, with September at !!Nc and
December BuHc. Corn finished Na totfli
down, oats off a shads to o and provi
sions varying from liViO decline to a rise
Wheat price showed a decided milgo
soon after the opening, but not until a
burst of selling at the start had car
ried values values sharply lower. Tha
temporary gag was chiefly due to big
leceiot at the leading spring crop ter
minals. Reports quickly became current,
however, that such large amounts of
spring wheat had been contracted for
that a few days' delay from wet weather
otherwise might make it phyilnally Im
posalble to fulfill bargains. Assertions
though that the ensuing advance had
f riven serious check to export business
ed afterward to reactions, In which most
of the gains disappeared.
Stocks of wheat failed to enlarge as
rapidly mn many traders seemed to have
looked for. In this connection a good
deal of notice was taken of the fact that
supplies afloat for Great Britain and In
store at Liverpool showed a decrease very
unusual at this season. In the dnmestla
vis hie supply the Increase was consid
erably lean than half tho gain at the
rorrexpondlng time a year ago.
Corn displayed weakness throughout
the day. Many reports were received thst
the growing crop was making wonderful
progress owing to the Ideal weather.
Oats sympathised with the bearish ac.
tlon of corn. The government ruling
against sulphured shipment apparently
tended somewhat for the time being to
Trading in provisions futures was at a
stamlH'lll the greatter part of the aesaion.
Cash demand nevertheless remained fairly
active and- exports showed a henvy In
cresse as compared with the previous
week and a year ago.
Kansas City Oral aad Provtalona.
KANSAS CITT. Sept lS.-WHEAT-No.
2 hard, ll.OSfirl.OT; No. 2 red, 81.114ii.13;
September, Wrt4o; December, 81VN May,
''o'oRN No. i mixed. 6Mge9c; No. 3
white, c; Pactember, 86ikc; December.
M7c; Mar. bbc.
OAT0-N0. 8 white, 8HCiJ7 He; No. 2
BUTTER Creamery, 2Tc; flrtts, 2Go;
seconds, IMc; packing, 19Vc.
KOiS Firsts, 2c; seconds, lc.
POULTRY liens. 12Vo; roosters. c;
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA, 8ept 13. HAT Prairie:
Choice upland (none here), t10 00rio.W;
No. L 2 6OW10.00; No. 3, 3T.00r.OO; No. 2.
Ifc.ooftloo. Choice midland. l.00M.tO: No.
1. tS.OO'daOrt: No. 2. 2O.O0r(f.0O; No, 3, S00rt
T OO. Choice lowland, (8.u0; No. I 87 Vni
2 00; No. 8. 88.0O3f7.06; No. 8, 34.00- 00.
Btraw; One oar on the market. Choice,
wheat is quotable at. 2b.s0; oat rye, 100
Alfalfa: Three oar on the market
No. 1 choice, HLOftJULSO; No. 2, 33 0n10 001
No. I, taOutVCOu. '
Evaporated Apple aad Dried Kralts.
aSvS.y,RTS "'P1 W -EVAPOnATEr
APPLE.s Di ll: funcy. IKac. choice, tw
DR. ED rRLlTK Prunes, easier; Call,
fornias. OUOSyc; Oree-ons, 7iW0c. Aiari
00U. eaay. choice. 7N"c; extra rhulce.
8H0. fancy. tc. Pen. hes, rjulet; choice,
4,f6e; extra choice, Cge.r; fancy, llc.
ICAiaina. stead f, louse nniHcatel, b-&7H'J
cholre (o fiucy. eeeded, 7''i',c; seedless,
irWc; London layvrs, $1.8uri.4o.
Mlaaeapoll Grata Market.
MTTNIlAPt)lJS. Minn.. Heat. 13-
440; No. 1 bard, R.OBVt; No. 1 aortbero.
CORN No. 3 yellow, rjV.rC3r.
OAT-No. 3 whlto, aadte.
Liverpool Oral a Market.
UVBRPOOI Sept. 13 -TmBA T-Bpot.
firm; No. 1 Manitoba. Us UHd; No. 2lls
fuVd; No. 4. lis kd.No. 1 northsra bu
lutn. 11 2d.
OORN-fcpot, quiet; American mixed,
new, s lid.
FLO I R-Winter patents, 41s 3d.
HOPfj In London, Pad do coast. 4 XL
t. Ioals Grata Market.
BT. LOUII. Mo. rV.pt 12-WHEAT-No.
!, T2' H lt; No- 1 i,"r1' LW: fcWptembar,
81.04H: December. rVS,a.
.OGRK-No. 8. Weo: No. I white. T8
WZj- September 71Hc; December. 63So
OATS-No. 2. iWic; No. 3 white,
Oil aad Rosin.
SAVANNAH, Oa. Sept. IX TURPEN
TINE dtrongT b7HK7c; sales. JV7 bbls ;
reoelpts. 411 bbia.; sl.lpnisiits, fcw bbls '
stock. ?1.174 bbls. '
ROSIN Firm; sales, bbls : receipts,
It bbls.; shipments. l.Oi.1 btils. : stocks
H4 Oltfe hhlS ll,m..llnn. A I, I. .rju . .'
D. S"'; E. 31 07H F 811JH'- 1 II 12t7u.':
$; &,. WW. U 90.
OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipt Hr-try and iTicei
Steady to Lower Lare Sheep
Ran and Lower Valnet.
HOQS K0T FAH FROM STEABY
Omaha, September 13. l!la.
Ret-elpts were; Caltie. ituKa hne.-p.
-t.iiiHie Monday io,vUu 4..i .:,
frame uay last wk ii.aN 3,..
tnuiie 2 wpeka ago ..lv.lU .!
v-e.me 8 wees bmo 8.414 4.1M ,H
Same 4 Week aso . 4.i.vi
Hams day last year U.I) 1.0i 2..M.'
The following table shows the rvrelpt
of cattle, hose and sheep at the Omni. a
live stock niHikct for the year to date a
compared with last year:
191. 1914. inc.
Ottla TOr",Di4 t-J l'i
Hogs ..t7.U L7;aitH 8..;.f
Kbrep 1.931. 141 1.8U8,TnO 91. 871
The following table shows the aveiase
prl-'a fur h(.a st "the Omaha live stuck
market for the last few days with 00m
parlsont: lete. I 1914. 11914. '1918. 11913. 11911., I910.il"
NI 7i "
4 t.i 8 79i 7
8 68 I 8 71 7
4 WHj 3 741 T
8 Mi 7 15
8 To, 7 71
8 87i 7 90
8 Wi 7 t3
! 7 119
8 0I T 7S
8 94 7 77
8 7 1 ?
8 98j T 7
4 I 9
H 8 i
4 4Hi 8 7 T
" 3 94 7
4 3 34j T
Rlt! 8 721 7
8 Ml 1
8 m 2
8 M 8
2 41! T
Hccelpta and disposition of live stock
at tho I nlon stock yards In Omaha for
twenty-four hours eudlng at 8 o'clock
Civile.! logs. Sheep. 1 1 '.
. M. A St T 11 8
Missouri Pacific .... t .,
I nlon Pad Ho 88 1. 18
t". & N. Y., east... 8 !t 3
C. N. W.. west.. .137 Si J 3
C, S. P., M. o.. 4 4
L'., B. A Q., easU.. 1 3
'., It. & w., W est... ISO 8 9 1
C, R. 1. & P., east. 5 4
C, It 1. ft P.. West 1
Illinois Central .... 14 2
ClUcago G. W 10 .. .. 1
Total receipts ...441 V UA 2i
cattle. Hop. Sheep.
Morris el Co sow
swift & Co 1.HI
Cttdnhy Packing Co.... M.1.
Armour ek t'o l,oo7
J. W, Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co 20
ti, Omaha lacking Co. 1:1
iv. x . j-ack
W. 11. Vsnsant Co.
Kenton, Vsnsant 4. L. . 3s
11111 c non
y. It. Lewis
Huston 4k t'o
J. H. Knot 4k Co
J. II. Bulla
L k". 11 us
II. F. Hamilton
Rothschild A K
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co...
Buker, Jones ac Smith.
lfiinls dt Francis
Other buyer ,
Totals 9,444 2,tW ;u.04
CA i'l Lttii Receipts were vory liberal
this morning, although not go large as
on Monday of last week nor a large as
a year ago. Still, considering the con
dition of eastern markets, there waa a
great plenty not only here, but at all
other selling polnta As a result tho
trade every whore waa inclined towards
dullness, with price showing more or
Cows and helfera, owing largely to tho
fnot that there was no greater gui-plus
of that stock, did not ahow much change,
but sold at steady or pretty olose to
steady prices. Cattlo of that description
were among the first to sell In the yards.
Stockers and feeders of good quality
wore also lar from plentiful, and lor
that reason they sold in about last
week's notohee. The medium kinds,
however, were very slow and any whore
from weak to aa much aa lo'lfa lower.
Beef ateera were In large supply and
buyers started out at the very beginning
bidding sharply lower prices.
Beef steers were slow and weak ail the
morning at prloes that were in many cases
lutrl6o lower than last week. The de
mand waa good at the deoline and aa the
oat U kept Belling the most of them
changed hands in fair season.
ijuuiationa on cattle' Good to choice
fed yearling, t9.0o&.7a; fair to good
yearlings, 87.7Hj.nO; common to fair fed
yearlings, 87.7fali9.00; common to fair fed
yearlings. 34.76ii?.7&; god to choice hevy
beeves, 88 0u.60; fair to good 00 m fed
beeves. 8.2Nii 80; common to fair oorn
fed beevs, K7b4j4.it; prime grass beeves,
pt.OraJjtj.W; good to choice grre beeves,
37.rx.00: fair to good grass beeves,
l.NW7.40; common to fair grass beeves,
Mdod.Bf; good to choice grass heifers,
24. 6047.00; good to choice gross oows,
K.00t3.B0; fair to good cows. 3K.2M.0n;
common to fair cow a 84 003.16; prime
feeding steers, l7.7Txia.tS; good to ohulce
feeders, 87.4O4j7.40; fair to good feeders.
2.70tr7.40; good to choice stockers, 37 sVff
fair to good stockers, S4.7A4P7.ko;
common ti fair stockers, 3f'.Kft6 60; stook
heifers, 88,0017 On; stock rows, K.&0b tt:
stock calves, 34.0fsft8.u0; veal calves, .00
yiO.iiO; bulls, stags, etc., 35.0tty4.6fl.
No. Av. Pr. No.
8 K 4 M I...
8. 8 eg 4...
. . W 8 1
..1UW I 90
.. 7e 00
.. 404 4 ft
II use I 14 14...
.UMt 8 7f
. Sr-t 4 hi 8
.1444 3 K
, 841 IN t
i4i f at
" 8t6:KER AND' FEEi'ERa).
11 T u II
tl TH HI IT frtl 4 a
a 671 so 41 lout 7 1.1
.... 4 4 It. mo tea
31 M M 1WI 1
1 47 III
HOQS Supplies were moderate, for a
weak opener, about sixty oars or 4.0UU
head putting In appearance. This is 1,800
larger than a week ago, slightly heavier
than two weeks ago, and almost four
tunes as large ag for tbe corresponding
day last year.
Good light were In fair demand thl
IhArnlns r,.4 e..lft ee4tl e lust etwti.f
I ateady figure, although prioea might
have been a little easier In soot. Sorted
bunches sold better than 87.60 in several
Inatanoea, and one full load es well as two
or three pteuea reached 87.70 the days
top. Shipper buyers had orders for a
number of mixed and bulcherwelght hogs,
butchers weighing from 220 to 230 being
among tho top sale.
Packers started out in a very leisurely
fashion making their early offers at
somewhat lower figures. Tboy might
have forced a alight deoline had not the
shipper started buying good mixed and
heavy hogs at fully steady price, but as
It was killers were forced to vorno acroax,
and In the end the bulk of the Packing
hogs went auross tha scales at generally
steady figures. Movement was very slow
A. Ik. r. No.
M IM M ..
. Mil 14...
.W4 14 H 7...
M 4 4 M...
Af. 8k. Pr.
. ! t0
. til ...
. "l ...
. .ltd 4
. iu ...
. S 4 44 87..
.41 ... 4 In
(M ... T
Ml 4 "I
M M IN
HI IM 4
i fj a 1 a
IT IU S It
4 CJ IM 4
M 111 I 98
Ill ... I '.
M nu M IN
BMEEP-For the third tim In three
weeks aupi.lle of sheep and lambs set a
new high mark for the year to date. To
day run of 161 car, er 42.IA0 head, 1
the latg. st sine last October, being 4 OOu
heavier than last week. 6,0s) larger than
two weeks sgo and a gain of almost )4.uu0
over tbe oorrvspoudtug Monday of a er
so. As usual Omaha received the
heaviest supply on the msp, the Im-ai
run hrln sltnoat twice as large aa I'M
With lettrr runs at other markets than
have been coming and the year a larvest
receipts here all huyera were determined
to bound values this morning K.nrly
packer l.lda on good lantl'S weie fully a
Mtiarter l-low last Friday's prices, and
feeder buyers aakeil price reductions llial
amounted to anyway Ulfl.V.
The market turned out to be another
all forenoon aeaslon. but sellers could
not orfsel the eifnot rt the heavv run.
land when the olfcrlntt" finally atarie.l
si'iilewant, l.uvers had pr'ttv much their
; own way, tho bulk of the good tat lambs
i selling at 8V40, which was V under Fri
day's imirkct. or about steady with the
prhes p.ilil last TlHtrsdny. There was
'a snrlrik llmr of the less deairatile stuff
around 8s t.:; and some Iwlow thst
but the big end of the aupplv went at
one figure. U.ei. After a trading basis
was ratabllahe.1 tho market became fair
ly active and most of the slulf had betin
catdied by noon.
Vhere waa a slightly lower trend l
fording la m be, prices ranging anywhere
troin steady In some caaes to a dime
lower In others.
Packer found It llm pickings go far
aa fat sheep were concerned, and pal!
Mtetty close to steady prices for what
ewes were on hand. stuff that sold
at ft &VP4 40 was not a good as the kin.,
that went at o.40ti&.M last Frldav.
Quotations on sheep and lambs; lmbs,
good to choice, 8 U 40; la ml, lair to
goo.L MlMia.W; lamba. feeders, IT. 7.u.Jt;
jcarllnga, fair to choice, 3i7ntM.7t; year
llnss, teeder. tlOolrTOti; wethers, fair to
choice. 88Mr..8A; ewe, good to choice,
t4.M; ewes, fair to gooit 84ftti6.uo;
ears, feeders, M 4"w 4.
tattle Weak Hogs F.aey sheep
CHICAGO. Sent. 11V CATTLE Re
ceipts, 19,000 head; msrket weak; native
beef, 3.(iin'10.)1 weatern ateera, 3i ft4
8 ;f.; cow a and helfet a, t-'.WKte.M. calves,
HikIS, Reoelpts, 81,000 head; market eaay
St r0 decline; bulk of sales, l rl! ),
light, t;.4oiii.2.'l: mined, l. u.i; heavy,
';'j7.75; rough, etl.M.h; pig", .l.W
SIlKMP AND LAMBS Receipts, .(M0
heml; market weak: wethera. V..'(fii.N0;
cars. M.tHi.; lambs, 8a.8'u8.8&.
Kansas City Live gtock Market.
KANHAS CITY, "Vpt. 13.-CATTI JS-R-celptsf
2T,O0t head; market lower: prime
fed steers, f.4tKli'10.0fii d teased beef steers,
i!.HH.:nij western ateera, l fc'.'Ok 7H ; slock
rra and feeder. 8tl.tXn.i26; bulls, 8KMf
6.2.".; calvea, $i fttuff 10.W.
HOGS Receipts, f.,600 hasd; market
lower: bulk of sales, 24.5tKtjs.00; heavy,
til rjjn 28; rckere and butchers, 27. list
7.!i; IlKht. r.xu00: pigs. 8.7M)7 10.
head: market lower; lambs, 8s0tV(j8Mi;
eatilng. M.rvng) 7,011;
wethers, i ien W;
HI. Lonls Live Stock Market.
ST. I-Ol'lS, Sept. 1S.-CATTLE-n-celptg,
9.S00 head; market lower; native
tecf steers, irfxtllO; yesrllng steers
snd heifers. Ssfoti 10.0c; now tl.nrvb,ott;
1 tinkers and feeders, l.(afa.ln; southern
Ht.-rs. 8i nrvftS.so; rows and hellers, 4.tAl
tk.'iO: native calves, hi.CH u 11.60.
IIO 1.-4 Receipts, i.tnW head' market
slendy; plvs and lights. 11."I 23; lulled
and butchers, . 8 toy 1.23, good heavy,
SliiaEP AND I A MBS-Receipts, l.tVsl
head; market atcadv; lam'1, H,mrnH.i.;.;
sheep and ewea, V.Csttrf.HO.
Slona City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, la.. Wept. H.-CATTLM-Recelpls.
4.000 head: market 1tMir.c
lower: native steers. 8il.SMf7.2ri; butchers.
ft.tnitje.U; cows end heirera .tMjU.Jc;
stockei-a and feeder. ..0W7.10; bulls,
stna, etc.. $.'.lWi6.flt.
HOCIS Receipts, S.onO head; market,
firm; hoavy, 27.0vf(7..10; mixed, 3.VTisa'7.on;
IlKht, SH. 40t(iil 70; bulk of sales, f':.7.1'".
fHKKI' AND 1.AMU14- HeceiPtS, .(!
St. Joseph Live stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Sept. IS. CATTIK Re
ceipts, 8.100 head; market dull and lower;
beef steers, rowu.fi0; cows and heifers,
84 WM0 00; calvea, Ifl.OOiJi '10.80.
HOGS Receipts, 8. WW head: market
steady to strong; top, 3 00; bulk of salsa
SHEEP AND LAMmt-Recelpts, 10,000
head; market lower; lamb, S.tT(4.40.
Live Stock In Mailt.
Receipts of live stock from tha five prin
cipal weatern markets:
.1.11. , .
, nine, .nil'., Plirrji.
Kansas City .
A fkl 11 lull
..49,8o0 36,0(10 W,4U0
OMtllt (iKNKRtL MARKET,
FRITITB-Oranges. California Vals.,
100s, 12tia, 2ttits, Hl'ls, Mis, t"..ti box; Call
Airnla Vals., 1II, l'Ga, 2KN, 2ls, X3om,
85.60 box. lemons, extra fancy Golden
Bowl, 3Us, 3..00 box; ". 84. 'o tx.x; extra,
fancy Stinklat, 800m, 3s, 84.60 box; Red
Ball, S4. box. Peaches, Cokrsdo El
bert as, Soc crate; In large quantities, 600
crate: Washington Elberta. 0o rrate;
in large quantities, A0u orate- Idaho,
81. 26 per buahel. trunes, Itsllan, Sl.oO
crate; five-crate lots, 9fc Hungarian,
Gross, Grand Dukes, 31.16 crate, i'ears.
Washington Bartlctt, fancy, 12.06 crate;
Flemish Beauties, 81.73 crate: Oregon
llartlctt. 3-k&; California Hartletts, 82.00
crsle. GraiieN, Tokays, 31.60 rrate; Con
cords, home grown, 2' basket. Bananas,
medium fruit. 32.0OTi;.8 hunch; Jumbo
fruit. Changulnola and Port Llmon, 4o
per lb. Cantaloupes, California Mission
brand, standards, 82.75 crate; ponies, IJ.Ij
crnte: finis, fsic crate.
VIX1ETA BLE8 Cabbage, home grown,
IHc per lb. lettuce, head, 81.00 dosen;
leaf, 6O0 doxen. Peppers, 60c basket.
Tomatoes, market price. Onions. Wash
ington. lHc tier lb.; Sanlsh, Sl.fio crato.
Parsley. 8.V doxen. Green Pens, ;fo bas
ket. Deans, wax and green, &0o liaket.
New I.eetH. rormla and turnli. 4oo bas
ket. Potatoes, Ohio, 00c bualiel. Sweet
TK1atooii, 31.26 hamper; Virginia, barrels,
NITS No. 1 walnuts. Ho lb.: filberts,
I mi lb.; fli axils, 12Ho lb.; petsrs, KV,0
Ih: slmonds, 2c lb.
83.30: H-4-aae, 31 76. Cornpnps, rase, 83 J6;
H-caae. 2166. Peanuts, No. 1. raw. 4e lb.;
roasted, 8u lb.; Jumbo, raw, 7o lb.;
roasted, c lb. Watermelons, JV- lb.
Apples, Wealthles, 82.60 barrel; Maiden
Bluaii, $3.00 barrel. Honey, 31.00 case.
NEW YORK, Sept. 18.-COFFKB The
msrket for coffee futures waa very nulet
today with prices easing off under a
Utile scattered Belling which nisy possi
bly have been Inspired by the easlor turn
In the rate of Rio exvhange on Ixindon
The market opened at a decline of I to i
points and closed at a net loss of 1 to 8
folnts. Sales, 2.2uO bags. September and
ictoher. 8 18c; November, 4 14c; Decern,
her, 4.15c; Januarv, Z ; February, 4 26o;
March. 4.80c; April, 8.36c; May, 4.40c; June,
4ftc; July. 4 600.
Spot, nulet; Rio 7s, 8ic; Santos 4a, c.
Coat and freight offer were about un
changed, ranging around k.gOc to f.vta
for Santo 4s.
Rio exchange on Indnn waa 3-lt;d
lower, Willi inilrels pii.-es unchanged.
NEW YORK. Sett. 18.-COTTON-Kpot
market steady; middling uplands, )0.1&u.
Wales, 106 bales.
Cotton futures opened steady. October,
10.14c: liecember. 10.49c; January, 10.70c;
March, 1094c; May, 11 23c.
The cotton market closed strong at a
net advari. e of from 26 to 40 points.
LIVERPOOL Sept 13.-CslTTON-Spot.
In a'Uve demand with a large bualneae:
prices stsadv: good mlddlina. H 4U1: mid.
' dllr.g, 4 lid, low middling, i.tbi; sales.
16 OsJ bales.
NEW YORK, Sept. l.l.-SUOAR-Rsw,
quiet; molssaes, .171c; centrifugal, 4 4o.
Refined, easy; market 10 point lower; cut
loaf, fe.t'ki: orualied, 6.1oc: mould A, A.7nc;
cubos, 660c; XXXX powdered, G.4ro;
powdered, 6 tor;; fine grnnulated, ft !v;
diamond A, 1 30c; oonfecllonere' A, t.2uc;
No. 1. 106a.
Prlea of trade oil Advaaeed.'
PITTSRUBIH. Sept. It-Five rents a
barrel was added to the price of the
principal grades of crude oil todiy, the
South Pur.naylvaiila Oil company an
nouncing theae pilc.es: Pennsylvania,
II sr.: Mercer black and K'swess.l si u-
t'slell, 31 tti: Corning. 31.W: Somerset,'
tl . Rag land unchanged at bic.
Dry (iuod Market.
NEW YORK Sept. ll.-imy GOOD
tton goods and yarns higher' law stlK
h IK her; dress g.xids In good d.uiaud. TI. a
trad., In dry goods li broadentrg per-
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
In State of Suspended Animation j
for Greater Part nf the I
ACTIVE IN THE FINAL HOUR
NEW YORK. Sovt. n.-Wsll street
nbs.irbliiit intereMl In the diplomatic situ
ation Bill the outcome of I ha impending
rorelsn exchimue negotiations waa re
flected in the dullness nf today's trading.
The market waa In a state of eusondod
animation for the srenter part of the ses
sion, but became active and Mrotiir In
the final hour on reports thnt Washing
ton and Berlin had agreed t submit the
main points of tho Arabic Incident to
Another favornl.le factor v. as the an
nouncement of the placing of additional
lar- orders for steel and inm by forwlgn
lntrreata. Theae orders, It waa declared,
are likely to he considerably augmented
should a large Angln-Krvnch war loan
be madn by our bankers. Metal stocks
also made a derided Improvement their
advance being associated with better
inquiry for refined copwr.
t'nltod states Slcel was not only the
most active issue, but most potent In
effecting the late rise, setting up IS
fsilnte to Ti.t on the usual large Individual
ransactinn. War shares again contrib
uted a very Urge percentage to the total,
but this group gsthered its momentum
from familiar professional source.
Bethlehem Steel vee a to 821; General
Motors, H to ''?: Crucible Steel, 64 to
l. and New York Air Brake, 8 to iw.
Stocks of less prominence In the same
else also were up a point or two.
Railway shares repeated their variable
or reactionary tendencies of rent dsys,
every marked gain being soon effaced on
profit-taking or bear pressure. Erie and
ome other low priced tseire were the
onl" striking exceptions. Rock Island
made some ttpwsnl progree early In
the session on reports that rovlalon had
been imsde to meet forthcoming Interest
payments on Its debenture mites, but
lost all of its advantage later. Total
sals of storks amounted to afiU,nrt0 shares.
The uncertainly attending credit condi
tions between this renter and loud on
was Been In the unsettled slate of de
mand sterling, which fluctuated between
C4 and 4n4, closing at 14 ASH.
Honda were irregular, a rnndltkut
ascribed to further foreign offering.
.Total sales, par value, aggregated 13,470,-
1'nlted Slates bonds were unchanged on
The following quotatlona ar furnished)
by logan Bryan, membere New York
Stock exchange, 31A 8. IfUtv St:
Union Pacific R. R...7 mn
Southern Pacific R. 11 .,
Northern Paiiflo Ry 10.4
Missouri Paolflo Ry 94.
Canadian Pacific Ry IM"
Great Northern Ry lut
Atchison, Top. Santa Fe.T'U
Chi., Mil. A St. Paul Ry Mt,
till.. Rork Island 4 Pacific- 'H
Illinois Central Ri ion
'hi. Great Wealern Ry. pftl. ft
N. V., N. H. A Hartford... 7v,.
New York Central R. R ?vj
I'ennaylvanla R. R Co lH'H
ItHltlinore A Ohio R. R. Co. 82'
Reading Co 149V
Erlo R. It (9S
Erie fil pfd 47
New York, Ont. A Western.. S"H
Hoithern lly 1CT
Missouri, Lens Txa.. 71
Kansas City Southern M
U. S. tlteel Corpora' n. com . 744
It. S. fttsel Corp-ra'n. pfd.. Mi1,
Bethlehem Steel frporat'n.8'4Mi
Itepul.llo Iron A Steel 4I
Republic Iron Ptoel, pfd. 10U,
4'olursdo Fuel Iron 44
American Ua?omotlv MH
lYeased Steel Car el
American Car Foundry fi7i
Baldwin Locomotive Works. 1V,
Great No, Iron Ore Property 4t
Anaconda copper Mln. Co. 89H
4'hlno Copper Co 4Ih
fNevada Cons. Copper 14S
Miami Copper Co,.
Rav Onn. Copper 28
Utah Cons. Mining Co fH
Inspiration Cons, t"opper Co. S4"ii
Butte Superior MS
Tennessee Copper A
Amer. Smllg. Refining.... Nl
Nntlonnl Iad &i
Mexican Pelnileuin Co., Id. M'lj
General Electric 1704
Westinghouse Air Brake. ...Ill
Amer. Trl Teleg-aph 12
Weatern Union Telegraph... 7f.H
Brooklyn Rapid Trenalt 81
Interborough Rapid Transit. "
Central Leather Co 444
American Can t
Goodrich (B. F ) Co '4t
United Btste R'ibber 44
General Motors Co 1
Wlllvs Overland 18V
Studebuker Corporation ... 117
Amer. Sugar Refining Co...l
Amer. Beet Sugar Co
few York Money Market.
NEW TORK, Paipt. 18. MWROANT1 LK
PAPER a per cent.
FOREIGN LXCHANGB Sterling:
Blxty-dav bills, M.42; demand. 34 T;
cables, fc.tKtfiO. Franca: Demand, 86.90;
cables, fc 97. Marks: Demand, ICiV;
rnblee, fi.'Hc. IJree: Demand, 4.4.1; cables,
ft62. Rut. lee: Demand, 3V: cables, V.c.
HlLVElt Bar, 4HV; Mexican dol
BONDS Government, steady; raikroad,
TIME LOAN Easy; sixty days. 3'41
IV per osnt; ninety days. 2H4i per
cent; six months, 83V4 per cent.
CALJy MONEY l-ttaady; high, 2 per
cont; low, per cunt; ruling rate, 1
per rent; laat loan, 2 per coot: closing
big. IV per cent; offered at 2 per cent.
Closing quotations on bond todsy were
L'. H. ret. ta,
.... IT M. K. T. 1st 4s.. Tw
....IT Mo. Pae. w. Is II
.,..101 N. T. C. 4se. S,...1'H
....IKitiN. V. titr 4Ha 101 H
,...iu N. Y. Sute IHs. ...104
....ieHN. T.. N. H. a H
V. S. Is. re
I', g. 4s. n
Psauna hi aoupos. 100H . Is
Am. gmslUrs 4 . . .10 Nr., Psclfl 4
A. T. h T. ST. 4HI.I01U. do s
Armour a Co. 4Vs.. HSO. ti. I raf,
MV fu. T. T. la,.
:'.Vrnn. can. 4 Hi ...
4H to srn. 4H
71 fta41u gsa. 4a..
"V L. S. F. r. 4
in So. Par. .. Is....
i lis rsf. 4
bai. 4 fihlo 4a
Central l'. III.- 1st.
Cbsa A Ohle 4H4-.
C. U Q . 4s...
(1 H I I P 4H
I'. H. I. A y. r. 4s
It a 8. raf. 4H ... 7
gn. rutlwar la
n. a h. u. nr.
Krta sn 4a .,
44 I nlon Pa. trie 4.,
H do ct 4
On. Klts-trla Is ...lot HI'.
(It. Na. l.t 4s .. 94'4 1'
ft- Stsel la....
III. (n. rr. 4s.
K. P Ho. If 6
L S. not 4a
Wabash 1st Is
UTS, -, I'ntn 4H .
KHItal, Kite ev. la
London Block Market.
LONDON, Sent. 18-Amerlcan aecurl
ties on the stock exchange showed signs
of a recovery, though the political out
look and tha uncertain exchange situa
tion prevented any material expansion In
SILVER Bar, SSt-lAd per ounoe.
MO.VHY H'4 per rent.
DIS04.UNT RATI-Hhort bill. 4 per
cent; three months, 4Vfi4T per cent.
OMAHA, Sept. H.-Hsnk clearings for
O mail a today were 33. tVA. 808.28. and ror
the corresponding day last year. 38,497,.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
WILL MEET ARCHIBALD
WASHINGTON. Sept. 13,-Actlng under
Instruction from the White House,
agents of the Department of Justice will
meet Jamea F. J. Archibald, the Amer
ican correspondent Involved In the case
of Dr. Dumba, the Austrian ambassador.
when he lands at New York on the 1
steamer Rr.ttnrdam from lroltsn.4 av,.i '
bald carried Dr. Dumba'e letter to the
Vienna foreign office disclosing plans to
cause strikes in American munitions
It became known today that United
States Attorney Marshall at New York
ha been Instructed by the Department
cf Justice, which takes the view that
there is ground for considering whether
Archibald violated s ktaHi i.m,
iiuritlon of whether he actually knew the I
contents of the papers he carried prob
ably will h the deciding factor In what
action the government takea. I
g , I
Bee Wart Ads Produce Result.
, Zeppelins Raid
LONlHiX, Sept. 13. Another Zeppelin I
raid w a made over the east coast of I
Enulnod laat night. Tbere were ho
The attack Is inscribed In the follow
ing official statement:
"The east coast waa again visited by
hostile air rrafts last night (the 12th-13th).
Bombs were dropped, but there were no
caaualllle. and the only damage reported
are that soma telegraph wires are down
and some glssaea broken."
DR. BROWN GOES TO COLFAX
Appointments Given Ont by Bishop
Bristol for Methodist Churches
DE3 MOINES MAN TO THE BLUFFS
f Front a Staff Correspondent.)
DEB MOINES, Sept. 13, (Special Tele
gram.) Rev. O. W. L Brown, for the
laat two years the pastor of Broadway
church at Council Bluff, goes to Colfax,
la., next year, and Rev. M. E. Netherout
of Des Moines, goes to Broadway, M. R.
Tally of Oakland, la., succeeds Rev. Mr.
McDade, aa aupeiintendeht of the Atlantic)
district, and Rev. Mr. M,cDade cornea to
Des Moines, aa pastor of Wesley church.
Appointments for Atlantlo and Crest oln
Atlantic Dlatticl-M. R. Tally, aupertn
leiideiil; Adair, F. W. Smith: Adel. G. W. ,
Canon; Antla, R. W. Swlrk: Audubon,
.lackson Olddena; Atlantic, Fa la Handy;'
Carson, O. A. I-ewton; Cey, K. It.
Stroud; lieSoto, J. F. Davis; tiedham, 1
t. W, Peer; Dexter. E. A. Moore; Earl-,
ham, J. E. Wtaon; Earlham circuit to
he supplied: Elliott, D. U. ft. Prather.
Extra and Buck Creek. V D, Cox ! Grant. I
C. T. Smith: Grlswold, C. P. Johnson::
Grlswnld, circuit, to be supplied: Outhrtaj
Center, J. H. Freedllne; Hancock, J. N.
llostei; Harlan, W. E. Hardway:1
I lasting, W. H. Shlpman; Klrkman andi
Irwin, 1. B. Holman; lwla, W. C Smith;
Macedonia, II l. Glaasliurn: Msnnlnc. ,
C. S. I.ylea; Menlo, M. H. Kest; North
Branch. .1. J. Bourne; Oakland. 1 K.
Itllllngsley; Shelby. E. W. F. Requal;;
Sturat, G. RoberU; Tennant. w. U liar-'
vev; Van Meter Hnd Boonevllle, J. E.
Slmhmers: Walnut, F.
Waukee, F. T. Stevnson;
Wlota. il. i.i
Cretoh Iilstrlct Jay Klrkendall. super-.
Intcndcnt: Aflon. C. B. Gueat, Arispe.
F. N. It.dlnger; Binifonl. J. W. Oodseilii
Briwidyxille, Alfred Knoll; Hildgewater.;
J, W. Hat wood; Brooks. Fred Moore;,
'Carlson, to be supplied; College Springs. I
' Curl Prown: Omway, J. W. Taylor;,
crestnn, K. C. Flntel: Cumberlanil., A. M.,
Heeling; Knieraon. M. 8. MoCartney;
Uonlanello. J. O. Smith; Gravity. . W.
PriH-tnr: Greenfield. J. E. Lombard;
Hebron, to be eiipplled: Kent. W. K.J
Sh'tgg; Knowlton. Fred Mend; Inox,.
W. A. MorKim; lxrlmor, R. N. Sponncr,1
MaxbuioT. to be supplied: Massena. J. C.i
iKarter: Nevlnvllle. I. R. Mllle; New-j
I market. I . I. Howcr: Nodwsy, W. H.
iDovIe; orient. 1. P. Goodwin;. Prescott.
Issuer Weber; Red Oak
Hl.an.bat. eli. J. T Nsvle
F. 11. Willis
Red. Oak, W.
7'i II Wl.ear- Slinminn Cltv. N. H. Jordan
, Sharpehnrg, to he gtipplled; Vllllsca, E.
S. Menchor: Vllllsca circuit, J. N. mc-
Curtly; Yorktnwn, Joseph Penn.
Ordered Votes Be
' Addedjo Tally"
INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 18. - Mayor
Joseph n. Roll, who Is on trial In crlml-l
nal eourt charged with election congplr-'
acy, personally ordered votes added to a.
so-called machine candidate's, tally In theJ
primary of May B, 1014, according to.
Prosecutor E. J. Ilucker, who continued'
his opening atgtement today.
The prosecutor at some length told how
Mayor Bell, aailated by Thomas Taggart.j
aucceeded In having the county 0ommla-
sloners appoint the registration Inspectors
named by Fred Barrett, democratic
county chairman, after tha commissioners,
had once refused to ratify the list. Bar-i
rett is also under Indictment on the con J
splracy charge. Prosecutor Rucker theiv
told how legal voter were Intimidated by)
policemen and slugger and prevented
from registering In a number of pr-j
OORPUB CHB.1STI, Te., 8ept. IS. A)
new turn wag given the election freuda
case on trial In the United State dts-i
trtct court here when Matt L, Dunn w4
recalled today by tha government to eon 4
tlnue his testimony of Saturday In whlrh)
he attempted to repeat an alleged convert
aation with Tom Dunn, one of tha forty-t
one defendants. He related his story and
then finally said the conversation con-,
cemlnr the supposed purchase of votea)
had reference to the primary election ofj
July 26, and not the general election In)
November, which Is specified in the in
dlctmenU on which the men are being)
Tha witness declared that he gought In4
formation a to votea-buylngr from hie)
cousin, Tom Dunn, that be. might enlist
the aid of federal authorities in purging
elections of "crooked politician" it
Dunn added hi life waa not eat. Hel
waa Interrupted by Judge. Waller t
Burn, who asked him If there were noj
hardware atorea In Cbrpus CtlrtetL Dtiai,
Boat is Damaged
ROME. Sept. n.-(i 6t p. m.. via Pari 1
A battle between Italian and Austrian
naval forces, the former assisted by a
French aart.marine, occurred on Thursday
last In the Adriatic sea. The mi rust rr
of marine announced today that one
Auatrlen torpedo boat had been danv
The statement follow:
"The French submarine Paptn, aa
sleted by our naval forces, torpedoed en
September in the Adriatic near Cape
Plank a, a group of Austrian torpedo
boats, on of which was seriously dam
agod." WORK IS STARTED ON
NEW DUNKARD CHURCH
Excavation of the new Churoh of the
Brethren was started yesterday at'
Twenty-second and Miami streets. The
members of thl church ar known aa
This new church wlH be of frame ooni
struction and will cost 26,100. It wag r-j
g an I sed six years ago and now h.a J
active membership of ninety men audi
Rev. M. R. Weaver U pastor. The1
difioa will be dedicated December 1.
WAB1IINOTON. Sept. 13.-Spoclal Tel-grsnO-Cecil
11. thellady has bten ap-i
pointed postmaster et Gladwin. Louisa
county, Iowa, vice Milton G. Jones reJ
INTKMNaTtOhaX. Hh.ll. AMI1J5 MAKI.Nt
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