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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1915)
NIK HKK: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. SKnTiMPKH i, 1 i) 1 5.
URAL F.STATF smmnAX
RKAL KSTATK HlBlTlIlA!f
On awount of the rain last Saturday and Sunday, tlu
rRIZE CONTEST has bwn iost fumed to next
Sunday, October 3, between 2 and 5 p. m. on the
ground at the
The sale of BUSINESS, KESI PENCE and ACRE
LOTS in the new townaito has been remarkable,
considering the rainy days.
The Sale Will Continue
until all lots are sold. Call us up by phone, or call at
our office and we will take you out any time and
show you tho best values' in BUSINESS, RESI
DENCE and ACRE LOTS near Omaha.
HASTINGS & HAYDEN, 1614 HARNEY ST.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Suffers Decline of from One
to Tour Cent! Over Rifht .on
the Local Market.
Stores aad Offices.
LAROI5 music studio, part time.
STORK room for rent In Murray Hotel
Rldg. Inquire Mr. Kitchen. Paxton hotel.
MOILRN store, near postoffloe, low rent.
O. P. Htebblns, 1610 Chicago BL
WANTED TO BUY
OFFICE furniture bought and sold. J.
C. Red. 1207 Famani. Dour. 8144.
Tale buys everytr'na; 2nd hand. Web. WW.
HlUHtfbT prices for old clothing. V IsT
ST ABM a BAHI H UKDI FOR g ALB
Llv oak Colonies, none better. W. T.
Smith Co.. 818-14 City Nat. U. D. SI
Want to mot to Unuoa. Hav house
In lull 1st Aloinea, hum In 1MJW, good
barn, two good nd. brick cnliaen
kvu twiu liwva Uie cmokaua In to, ait
tut.. tula tauu- ut, aood location, tw
loc ft from cur, not too cio to town,
auuM uuyiukbiituttut. will aeu cneap lor
eawu, eiu iiukt rrau.iiitBk lot pay
tnout. Address U iHe. Iwt
Wa will fuiuisn twemy, eighty or one
huuureil . auu sixty actw . line alfaUa,
aiuaii, graiu .ur Duel luiiu. You bunu Uie
bui.u.uas at.d py tor uie Ituid on crop
share man. Yvme at one.
Ttiui U C. Uii.ViiaA-.uENT CO.,
CfcUur liawu. la. o
south of Dodg Kt., went of 4th Rt. and
east of 62d 8t. and north of Howard.
AND IS NOW READY
And Offered for Sale
with water, sewer, Kan, sidewalks, curb
ing, pavlnif. boulevard, lighting aystera
and all graded ready for building.
assure the future of the neighborhood.
Look at tho Location
Near a rood achool, close to car line,
only 18 minutes' rlda to business center.
Yon Can't Make a Mistake
If you buy tn this addition because It is
In the beat part of Omaha, where values
are sura to advance.
Doii't Miss This Opportunity
to get some of these choice lots at the
present LOW PRICES and EASY TURMS
of only 1-10 cash, balance monthly pay
ment. How to Get There
Take any West Farnam, Dundee car,
and get off at 4th and Dodge Sts.
Select your lots now. Do not delay.
George & Company
Phone- D. KA. " 908" City" Nat. Bank Bid.
140 ACRES, iu tuitos front Minneapolis,
on liiuu ituin town; lux acres under
cututauou; l-aianc usea tut' pasture;
dm vuv-ijii Mti Do cultivated, iieavy
Suit; uou i lutiuuias, tiuus.svuig ot -rouiu
house, tuisv. Lmiiu, fciautao, com
ci i on, wiuu. tuuiti, etc. ; tin tauiu Milt pro
duce IMisbeta ui corn pur acre; lute
pnoui in Iwuwi country uucaiy selued;
totupiete set oi uutcuu.ery ; m head ut
Sloes,, uonaistiiMf oi 11 cuws, baiauo 1
and 2ywuiu, mx guod tiora, Aoga,
ciiickt us; vuu-tiati ut mis er s crop
and evuiylnuiK tue lriu ut at Ml
per sici'tt, hau CcutQ. bc'.val irua., Imi
Viyiituum C1U4,, jUnnenolis, sAjuu.
ML luul 7 1. "
GOOD HOWK8 u bouta Missouri, cheap
Ml li A.n kttAkr tUI'lii. ikrilu in. , . . .
rrikaa. i. C. vvynkixil. Moiutiaia View.
IMPHUVED aoutll Missouri )-aore farm
Good soli, roaua and schoois ctoaa
fo railroad town. Improved 0 acres, ll.ouo.
VV tutva soiuu choice utumprovud lands
at ll& per auie on easy payments tu tracts
of lu acras up. People are Belting rich
there. Uivrauire tree, c Merrtas. Ktiis
s ttentou. himai City. Kan.
rTiORENCB BOULEVARD HOME.
Klegant 7-room house, all modern. Lo-
, cated on "The Prettleat Mile," J6,8uo:
I mortgaRe $2,CO0. Owner will take piece of
I land priced right for his equity.
PAYNK INVESTMENT COMPANY,
I 5th Floor Ornaha National Bank Hldg.
I Bee Nethaway for that farm. Florence
REAL ESTATE IOANs
MONTANA Irrigated lands best In tha
world for wheat, oats, altalfa and stock;
close to town, ratiroad. scnouis and
Churebea;- Ml.tw to oo par acr on fifteen
yvats lime; annual paynieuia leas tuaa
rentals on' middle weal lariua: write to.
lay lor parucuiara; uiustrated pamphlet
and mup ire. Valier Farm bates com
pauy, box ltwj, Vauvr. Munt
W. O. TEMPlKTON-City property,
Unda everywhere, larins, ranches, loans
and insurance. Asa about luy vrcuard
Hui-uhiud, tlul toee toldg.
FARM r'OK eAL.U-Uood quarter, three
nates south of West Point, Neb. All
unuer cultivation and level. No crop fall
urea, best land in Nebraska. Price i..u0
per acre. Writ owner, H. iL Uuicnutaon.
8QUARU section, b4w acres hardwood
Umber laud; lays Ideal; fine river
touches ail quarters, therefor would
make an ideal stock tarm; 4u act es cleared
and in clover pasture and field; Uai.OuO
feet of commercial saw timber; SO acres
meadow land; tin s-room house; large
barn and granary; on man road, R. F.
I. and phone route; 6 arid i miles to good
Further Information and pictures upon
reyuewt. Price 7.6o per acre, with 1-3
caoh; balance per cent. Art belzer. Fin
FARMS and citv loans at ln,it r.t..
TOLAND & TRUMiii:UU i Be Bldg.
gfCCITY LOAN a, C. O. Carlberg,
v II Brandals Theater Bldg.
CORN ALSO IS SOME LOWER
OMAHA. September M. 1P1&.
Wheat suffers another big drop today,
Tho receipts nf wheat were very light,
only thirty-three cars being reported In.
l orn was also lower. The msrkel was
very weak and cash corn sold "11V5
Oats were quoted ,we lower.
The yellow corn attll demands a pre
mium over the while corn, and the mhlte
over the mlied srnd-s.
Hye and barley' were practically un
changed. Liverpool close: Wheat Id lower to
Id hluher; corn, unchanged to Id higher.
Primary wheat receipts were ,IM,UU0
bushels and shipment t.A2,mO btialieis,
against rece.pts of bushels and
shipments of 1.312,wO bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts wer l.uw,uoo
bushels and shipments 4XVH bushels,
SKslnst receipts of 4!Ki.fli) bushels and
shipments of .HKt.OHO bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1,111,014
bushels antl shipments 4X.(J buahels,
against receipts of t...-.0o bushela and
ah.pments of 1.177 miO bushels lst year.
beat. t orn. Oats.
Innl, September, tl ; r4H-ember. 91r,
CORN No. 2. nominal; No. 2 wh.te,
nominal; Heplemlwr, Vc;
i'.-Nn, !. nominal; No.
Kansas City .
s hard winter:
1 car, 97c; -5 car, ;; 1 car,
nard winter: 1 car, Ifec; 1 car, 3c; cars,
lct 1 car, WV. 4 cars, jc; 1 car, S9-;
cara, Mr. Sample: 1 car, o; 1 enr,
T7e; 1-6 car, 70c. No. 3 spring: 1 car. Kk:;
1 car, Ittc. No. S mixed: 1 car, . No.
1 durum: 1 car, lic. No. 1 (velvet chatf:
1 car, II. 0u; 3 cars, IM No. S (velvet
chaffl: 1 car. S6c; 4 cars. 92c No. 4 tvel
vet chart): l car. r; 1 car. Corn:
No. 2 white: 1 car. ti-V. No. t white: 1
car, hjo. No. z yellow: 7 cam. oc. No.
KV VOHK liKMKRtl, MtHKHT
Qaotatlona of the' Day nm Vsrlnti
NKW TOHK, Pept. fgPIjOflV-8tea.1v ;
spring patents $k.2ii!.70: winter Patents,
ti :4it.ti; winter patents, r:Mrr.40;
wlnti-r strslshts, W!M"ti.
WlinAT-Mpol. firm; No. S red and No.
I har.1, .t c. I. f New York; No. 1
nor.hern. luluth, fl.K; No. 1 northern.
Manitoba, c. I. f. Burfalo; futures
well firm: fSeptemlier, II. 14.
4XRN Spot, easier; No. 2 yellow, 7o,
OAT8 SHit. steady.
HAY-Kirin: No. I, U.S.'.; No. I, UR;
No. I .(; shipping. o.
HOPi Steady; state, common tn chqliHS
ISIS. ??pl'Kc; 1914. HS'l:'c; Pacific coa.it.
im, 14Uhic; 1I4. lUil.lo.
HIDK.s tileady; Bogota. Wfllr; Cen
I E A T M 1". K Fl rm ; hemlock, firsts, S2i
Sac; seconds. SIN:2c.
PROVISIONS Pork, I'teadv mesa,
$15.0iwYt5..V; family, 1 noffi.: short
lenrs. $1K.(X lH.Ait. Itee. steady; mess.
Ili.OOJjlMM: family, 1 1 if' .. Ijird,
firm; ni (Idle west, tAiig.A0.
TAt.lA)W Hteadv: city. f-V; colintrv,
CK'l r- siwrl- I. gVc.
HITTTKH Firm- receipts. 21 213 tubs;
creamery extras, 27HuaiVc; flrsla. IWTiTc,
HKIS-Urm; recflrts, li Ml cases; fresh
tatheied extras. 2-'4i;i3.; extra fancy fl'sta
2;;le; flrcts, Sutfcuuic; so, ones. -Mwiii.v;.
I' IKK R steady; teteipts. f.iMl boxes.
State.- whole milk freh tuts, sei'lals,
it Viiu lfic; slate, whole milk fresh, flats,
average fancy, 14Vc.
HubLUll-Ircsse1, stron-r; ' Western
froxen roasting chickens, IWIlej fresh
fpwta. Itd. 13V1hc; iroaen turkeys, lim
M" L.TRT Al ve, firm; western chick
ens, Ihc; fowla iSWSM'; turkeys, 18c.
flUCABO tilt AIM AIN1 PKOVIIOg
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Cattle Slow, Steady to Little Lower
Than Monday Sheep Steady
HOGS TEN TO TWENTY HIGHER
Otf.i lal Monday ....
rtlmatn Tuesday ,,
... K.0.4 2. 1 12
41 lW Jj,
snd all kinds shared the advance. Mnx-e-nient
was on tne whole very active, and
a aood clearance had been niad long le
foiw it) o t Ioi h. MoM of ilio packlna hogs
liinded around $7 lfuJ.4. wltn a hoio h or
lu as low as 7.im and bulk of all th
sines was quotable at li.l.(r.i. tops
reaching U lii.
Supp lea, while very moderate, were the
larsisi for sny one dsy tor almost two
eek. About tatty-seven loads, or 4.m
head, were rcpor,cd In. This brings tnn
tntai for the two daya up to 7.012 head, a
gain ol l.oK) head over Inst week, but
more than 2,0"0 smaller thsn two weeks
' and a hortsse of l.tVO bead as rom
Isred with the same days last year.
Two days' totals jo. 04 "."12 77.M:
Pnma days last week. .77 4:4 W T'Vi
8m 1 weeks ago 1 f.7 . l! .K-f
Hsme 1 weeks ago 20.171 11 1:T 74. 1 7S
(ame 4 weeks ago I,".!. S.M1 tw.lftj
oanio dnys last year...2t R"S H.bSl H
The following tsble shows trt receipts
of est tie, hogs and t'.eep at the f)maha
.1. nw iiiaisec ior ine year ta gsiv as
compared with last er: .J,,''
l!H5. 1114 Inc. M
voiue , ,vi.(v( TWi.tvft
H 'U I14I.I73 l,7sa.R.'4 .1h.Mt
heep 2.874.M1 S,llS,9a li.,
The following tnt le shows the aveinse
prices for hnas at Ihe Omaha live Block
mxrket for the last few dais with com-
1 i 7 to
I 1915. 1914. l' l"l '. 1111 !) !"
Peatares ef (he Trading; aad ( loslas;
Prlers nn Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO, Bept. 2S.-Wct weather that
a vellow 2 ni-i m.i. Vrt m v,iIhw 11 f . -."i imiwuihh in uie nortnwesi
J.?.S4i NoS-mled: lc (K'JrT.W .SlnVfiHl- v i tit hnnK uTl
low. c; 4 cars, V. No. S mixed: I ?,.y"np ?,Biv " th" hest market here,
car (mar yellow), Ktlc: 1 car, 2-4c. Oaia: IT, ojri strong;. Wic to 2o net
Standard: 1 car. 3.GT I carT 34c ca t K,,er-, w',tl,,Prr,'np'' x -'MiMo and
84o. No. 2 white. 2 .ars. .Wo; 2 cars, lo; .."T 9hl w1c' ..Th 0,'t,0," n rn
I cart, S2c. No. 4 white: 2 cara, JlVio. Jled from c decline to tj(SiSc gain and
Omaha rh Prlnu-Wk-.i. V 1..-- OStS from C tiff to Uo tin.
key, fl.0iai.O3; No. f turkey, fl.il Mir,
No. 2 hard, 9Kcfifl.OO; No. f hard, M4im.
io. t nam, abaxc: p,o. x spring. 9a(j"3
No. 2 spring, B2iftiuo; No. 2 durum. 94V
kc; o. ovmim, wivtamc; no grade. 7i.
km corn: No. 2 white, Wrilr: No.
white, tiZMta,!'; No. 4 white, lr(.'Me;
No. K white. fl4(i2c; No. white, tilVf
2c; No. 2 yellow, WM.Ooc: No. S yellfiw.
WrWbc; No. 4 yellow, (Utit'c; Ns.. S
yellow, 6StrX44p; No. yellow. iB.Wft
64',o; No. 2 mixed, (224c; No. t rr.fxed,
MVatttlic: No. 4 mixed. 61' & Ki. S
mixed, l4iglc: No. mixed, 0134c.
Oats: No. 2 while, KiVic; atanuara.
34 Vi) 3454c; No. 3 white, 32'atte: No. 4
wlflte, 3lV4(3lHc. Barley: sT.'uT.lc: No. I
feed, 4r44o. Kye: No. 2, S7jtic; No. 3,
Chicago closing prices, fumistted The
Bee by Loinn A Bryan, stock and grain
brokers. 315 So. Hlxteenth street. Omaha.
Ar lcle Open.! Hl.h.l Low. Clee. pat y.
nept.i to-. o;i
Corn: I I
Oaia: I I
1 02 I1 IK l'
8optl 2SH13Sf 3tll 2SHBI
JICC..re)lW'.t i 3BH
May. 37,88VkijVi Sl . 3SyB
Pork: I I I I I
Oet.f 13 15 I 13 22H) 13 12 13 22HI 13
Jsn..l& 0-85 16 0ev! 15 85 15 U 16-82-5
Lard: I I I J
Oct..) 8 SS-S2I 8 S7HI 8 SZVsl 8 321 8 77-30
Jan..1 its i 86-87 8 80 1 8 80 8 80
RH a: I I I I
Oct.. SCUI 8 M l 8 60 I 8 75 8 R7U
Jan.. I 8 87-2! 8 2H 8 2H) 8 90 8 80
A Asked. B Bid.
SEK Ua first tor farm loans In
Neb. United States Trust Co.. Omaha.
Kenans City Orator and Provlstoaa.
KANSAS CITY, Bopt. 28. WTTBAT
No. 2 hard, 81.03(1.011; No. 2 red. l.l"4i
117; September. fl.04i; December, 2iii
3c; May, WtHc.
CORN No. 2 mixed. 64H; No. 2 white.
Sdi6i4.c; September, 63c; December, blt&
61Vc: May, Wc
OAT8 No, 2 white, 86g7o: No, 2
U UTTER Creamery, 27o: firsts. 2Sc:
seconus. ro; iinviiari, ivrsc.
KOOb Flrsis 2c; seconds, 19c.
POULTRY Hens. 12c: roosters. ,.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. SoDL 28. WHEAT Boot
No. 1 Manitoba, IDs lid; No. 2, 11s 8d'
No. 8. 11a 7Sd; No. 1 northern Duluth. lis
4Kd: No. 2 red winter, 10s 3Hd; No.
, .ard winter, lis lUStd.
astern I CORN Spot, American mixed, new. 8s
Provisions finished tha samn 1--
night tn 23c higher.
Assertions that threshing had como to
a virtual standstill In the Dakotas and
Minnesota gave the wheat bulls an ad
vantage almost from the start. The out
look was that because of delays by
rain, the receipts, especially at Minne
apolis for the next few daya would be
much leas plentiful than had been ex
pected. As the movement of th winter crop
continued to be disappointing and as
cable advices proved adverse to tha
bears, quotations soon began to climb,
and at no time thereafter encountered
any decided check. Shorts were the chief
buyers, but commission house purchas
ing was noticeably on a broader scale.
Liverpool dispatches telling of an ur
gent milling demand helped to bring to
light the fact that aa much aa 6oi,0f hu.
pf domestic wheat ha1 been sold In tho
United Slates yesterday without tho
transaction receiving any publicity. In
this connection It was pointed out that
expert clearances today were larger than
on the corresponding day last vear and
that the Increase In the world's avail
able supply was only about a quarter
as large as a year ago.
Rome frost damage and the fears of
more tonight had a bullish Influence on
corn. The September option, however,
was comparatively weak as a result of
month-end liquidation. Oats were gov.
emed mainly by the action of corn. The
weather was Ill-adapted for threshing.
Provisions advanced with hogs. The vol
ume of business expanded, particularly
as to commission house buying of Janu
8 f? 7 7HI 8 !w T Oil
8 41 t I": t 35 8 91
141 K 8 301
h I r
I 7 87 1
I Ml 8 III
8 39i ; 02'
8 3v It ! 9 I'
11 6 9
171 6 77S
41 7 1.1't
2f. 7 13'
2ii 7 fn.
3W 7 8S
I 8 431 8 76
T M I Hi I SI 8 88
T 98 8 l 8 3
8 01 t 10 8 81
7 9 8 17 6 71 8 91
8 0f fffl t4 8 73
8 OS M 8 H
8 1 8 4 b N 8 4.
8 OH) 8 41 8 44
8 3. .
8 .0 8 !! 4 ! f. !!
8 I0j 8 I5 8 M, 6 nil 8 4T.i
i if, 8 h.i, 6 i 8 4. 8 13
8 lu ) 8 8.M rt Kl 8 32 i 8 C
were larger than on
8,.-mlav bv almost 6.i"0 head, the tiny s
cNiimate calling lor 1M cars, or 4M)
head. This brings the Iwo day's totnl
up to T7.o. hend, which la a falling off
of P.OO as compared With a week so. Is
nonriy P'.ww smaller than two weeks ago,
snd 14,l," short of tho same day last
ear. Suppoes this week wer txpeote'l
show a failing off as comiiareit wlin
recent weeks, but so tar the deficiency
has not born so very noticeable. The
local run was far larger than at any of
Ihe other Western markets agnln today.
Trade In fat lambs didn't open any. too
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Specialties, Mainly Thoge Deriving
Profits from War Con
tracts, Go Up.
TRADING ON A LARGER SCALE
NKW YOK1C. Sept, 8.-I11 lis teriilntlVo
Aspects, nn,st otiit r ronttderai.ona If inn
laih.iiK, toody's luarKet Coveted wuni
haa ri.nic to be regarded as familiar
ground. . Speclnltiea, nminiy tnon omi Iv
iiik proiits from war roiuracts, ascended
to hiKher leveis. a lew scoring extraordl
nnrc gams, only to lose thatn in targe
pnil wnlt siariung rapioltv.
Trading was on a Inrser and broader
si-ale tlian yesteidny's nu-ui'.ritl'le session,
snd with tnc dlfierence that certain old
or domiitut sl.Mks vied al times w.tU
thnso of recent protnlncnco for su
premacy. Advli ea front 1 tucago pointing
to an early announcement of tho terms
of the Anglo-Krench credit gave Bi.dcl
strength to tho l.st. In Ihe linal de.il
lugs, liwever, the we.Kht of Increased
ofieiinga overcame the hiarket'a digestive
powers and many larse gulirs were re
ducel. wl.llo others wens changed V
Uallri.Hds were nun In under Intermit
tent restrain!, iinm'iliatelv lending issues
being lower bv one to two iolr.ts.
Improvement In this part of the list
Wmm ip.its ttinortl later, but I ere. aliui.
pmlit taknlg proved effective io Uie ex
tent of wiping out most gains. Price
movements l eCHme confusing to the point.
briskly, but got under wsy in very falri"' tc-verlaiuies toward the end, the clos-
s.asoii on a good steady basis, and a,"'s. m aiatinctiy irregular.
pri'tty decent clearance was altcctcd Pe
lf ore noon. Hi lli ol Ihe offrrlpga started
niovlng nroiind fvUXik and a five-car
llllA SmIi'M S Iii,1II,.ImH I ..i.i ILIt -1.--..
tbe largest volume of business.' arcordlna
to a va. la hie data, since the days Immedl-
strnit of choice Wyoming nindy f".7, the laieiv pree,i,ng the war. when tha greater
high rlc-e of tho dav, und the best fig-taoiivity was at the expens of quoted
CAT! L1C Receipts were fair this morn
ing. 411 cars being reported In, which
mnkes a total for Ihe two days this week
of i,tt4 head. Tula is smaller than for tho
aamo time last week by 7.00U head and
suiH.ler than a year ago by almost MM!
hriul. Stl.l, advbea trom other selling
points were none too lavoralne, with iho
result that buyers ilnril nut hlildlnir
lower and playing for time. No oo
seemed ready to fill orders
lire thnt has tvet-n pant pinoe Ilia first two
days of the monlh.
Feed -rs made up about the same propor
tion of the supply as on Monday, but in
spite of fairly liberal offerings, Values
continued to show strength. Weightier
kinds were fully stead v, and light stuff
( which was In osiwrliilly good demand,
was quoted as llina simng to a IIUh
higher. One e'lln nidi' fl 4 with n
, good share of tha deslrabl stuff moving
t r iimd i..uii8 3 , ami a sCMtleilu.4 of s.ilv
from those flgums on din. Feeding
and breed in'' ewes continue to sell on a
good firm basis rnl suiplls aren't any
test broad. Outside the ewe nnd lamb
rlii sues luirdly any feeders art) showing
l-ot ewes were in rainor s'im suipiy
Ind trading was sgsln verv large
wl.1i general strength. Final disposal bv
the syndicate of Hh.uoO.aK) Now York Cltv
bonds, purchased early In the year, offers
proof of Ihe better Investment demand.
Total sales of bonds, par value, aggre
i nlted Slates Imnds were Unchanged.
Number of ale and kndlnt uuotatlons
on stocks a ere as follows:
Btlei. lU.h. Ism.
until the alt
uatlon at other market points was better I
understood. As a result the morning was .today, snd moved readily at steady fU-
Amerlrtn llt Busr..
Amsrtcan IjnrnmntlTS .
AlusrltKia H. ft
Antsrlrin 8. It. pfd.
Am. gutsr 'Itrrinins...
Asietlraa Tl. Tel..
Amerli-sn Tobacco ....
II. 1 il w In Locomnttvs
W'ell advanced beforo very much business urea. Hest here sasln brought to. 75.
wus trunx.ictol. I guotatlons ou sheen nnt lambs: Lambs,
t here were more good to cholc year-lgood to cbo'te i 70, lambs, fair to
lllllf Htnelr eattla. In i - ...I ,1,..,. 1 1. am 1 I ,u a.a. u rs. I ..... 1 . . -...1 t? "K.li
baye been for a long time back. Portu- 8.g: yesrllmts, fair to eh ilce. f j'.7riii(i.7K; 4 '' l,m."p ,,bls..
w-,r nira Fujv.sm SH llblr. ml ,,lhiifl . " 1
fslr to choice. $ri.0iV..00; rwes. good to
choice, tS.r0'(jrt.7fi; ewes. fnr o good, fl.7"
'i.W. ewes, feeders. 4.My M.i(.
nately, there was a good demand and the
tot stockers and feeders sold at steady,
O'- pretty close to steady, prices. SHU,
owing to the number of cattle on aaie
yi-Hu niHv and loony the tendency waa a
liltie eHMler and medium kinds were
safclv loo or more lower thin yesterday.
Beef steers opened slow, but there wan
a very lnlr demand and In the end the
better grndea brought prices that were.
I'retty clone to steady with other kinds
weak to a little tovt r. Ihe same was
true of cows and heifers, the more at
tractive kinds, eaiwialiy those thnt would
do lor shippers, li. hiking aiHiut sleauy
prices with others a lllt.o lower In sputa.
.U ..1 . .... w...:. . I,uug J , i.U.L'O
fed yeHrl.iiKS, M.0,,i n'i ; fair to good led
yearlings. Is fitXu ii.oo; romiuun to fair fed
yearl.ngs, tti,iH"ii8,&0; Hood to choice heavy
beeves, l9.mKiiU.isj; fair to gotxt cornfed
beeves, S8.2tsii9.iW; cummon to fair corn
fed beevea, frt.7i.ij! 8.3(1: r-Sme grass beeves.
.uiK(t8.40; good to choice grass beeves,
t7 40i8.0u: fair to good grass beeves, W.7fi
JI7.40: common to fair grass beeves, tTi.KMf
6.75: aood to choice graaa heifers, M.2M
Bffi; good to choice prs cows, lu.7Sn pp
f Ir to good cows, tb.WaZ.lh; common to
fair cMs, f4.0Mi.oi; prime feeding
. . 87.7.W8.40; good to choice feeders,
f7.2u4i7.7u; fair to good feeders, f6.5ui&7.2o;
ci'i Lion to rnlr fee. ers. Vi.aujni.6ti; guod to
chrlc stockers. 775U8 35: fair to good
Blockers, f ;.7f.ti7.7r,j common to fair
stqekera. fS.iitVKti.76; stock helfera. S5.7.
7 4 al- sat vnl s..u. x nr . . .
lii ""ML-"0.0" calves.
SS MNftS.hO: veil calves,
staiis. etc.. lS iofMiM
8TBERa AND HEIFERS.
41 s leers..
Av. Pr. No. x. Pr.
7 10 s ers.. ..1138
Wi 7 U
REAL ESTATB ACREAGE
FOUR ACKK.S FOR HALK.
Orchard and alfalfa; h.gh, aightly loca
tion: no finer In the city; three to five
blocks from two parks and two street
car lines; contains 24 platted lots;
Blshouaer A Bloome's addition. Address
111 No. 40th KC. or call Walnut 1348.
REAL ESTATEFOR EXCHANGE
Frontier county, Nebraska, quarter to
xchang for Omaha property or acreage
near Omaha, suitable for country home.
Get busy quick and gat owner's snar of
this year's "bumper crop." '
C. K. COMU3,
818 Brandels Theater. Douglas 2911
vviLiL trade Oregon land for Nebraska
ut ur uisvusH auto, ji ua, tkta.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
DANDY NEW BUNGAIX)W
I ROOMS, all modern, full basement,
shade, fruit, fenced; equity fl.ouu; twiu
cash, or trade for good lot, OWN&K,
4o3 J. 36th Ave. Weba 4134.
FOR RENT or sale, 6-room house, all
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. HcDt 28 WHE1AT
No. i red, fLlV.1.18; No. 2 hard, nom-
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
MlnneanoMa Orala Market.
MTNNEAPOL1 8, Bept. 28. WHEAT
September, S74e; December, 927e: No. 1
bard, fl.OuTfc; No. 1 northern, W;'uW!o.
CORN No. 8 yellow. CCVxfic.
BRAN f 19.00.
f)ATH No. 2 white, 32fi 3314c.
Bh.ED Max, fl.Mi&4.87V4j. '
f'nrs Sinai rt -rlon Rnlletln.
Th weather Is cool throughout th corn
and wheat belt. LlKht frosts rirni ih ,
nulhftrn M rhiirsn anil nnplhnm riht.. ..
J frrealng temperatures In North Dakota.
Phowers were general In the Minneapolis
uiairici. sou rains or one incn or more
occurred at nations In Missouri, lllluos.
Indiana snd Kentucky.
r'- A- WKIiH.
Local Forecaster. Weather liureaa
NEW TORK, Sept. 28.-COKFEE The
m."re5..,"r..Iulure" wa very quiet today, , that were all of IMiuio hluher. and lookud
AfiSr 0 .? "Rt 1!;r,',8,il"ri 5ven ,,lor" ,nn tnt In some instances.
After opening at an advance of 1 to I : Bu.k of th shipper purchases wss made
tgotaTd's'i'w.'0 I P0"."; ii'.8V8.U. wlt.t an extreme top "f 8 U
to .60c for March and 6.30c for May, but the highest price that haa been paid
there was no Important demand and here since last November"
2!2?,'JfAIl-Zr """"y under a lltte Packer buyers might have tried to hold
. . ..j . u.iii.inu, huh nri II 11 1 lini I K ril iir.itiffd nnwn nn hMBVIuw m.h V. . i
No. A v.
923 Wyoming lambs ''
4L'1 Idsho Ismba . 71
4i'0 Idaho lambs 7
lf9 Idaho lambs v
Kit idnho lambs 7
ItTil WyomP'g lambs l
117 Wyoming feeder lambs m
ldsio feeder lamlie 71
I"0 Idaho feeder lambs 00
PW Wyoming feeder Inmbs M i
9,(1 Iduhn feeder lambs
4"H Wyoming ewes 17
lui Idaho ewes Hi
llrnlyn Hapld Trsnnlt.
('iilKnnua Prirnliusi ...
J inlrsl Ijesihar
IT: ''eeHPk A Ohio....,
8 ivV fnlesss l. W
8 4U rdletso, M. Ml. P....
8 l!i 4-tilrai'l N. W..
w miwi, h. 1. r
N il Chino ropier
W 1' IVIorsiiii Kik.1 a Iron...
8 ill ' '"r iclhls fttssl
k Ml I lanrrr H. O.
,? I lntlllrrV
t NtirthAra ptA
Nn. tire ctf
CHICAGO 1.1 V H 8TOIK MARKET
1,11 nits csiitrsl
liiuterlmrr.uali nn. Curp
Firm Unas V nsettled J ' ' r Poiahrra...
kheep Firm. IiUitI1Is a Naihvilia.l!
CUTCAOO. Pept. W. CATTLE Tie-' M rss I'Hroisiim
Celpla, 6.o"0 head; market firm; natlvo
beef cattle, fl. 104(10 4u: western s'eers,
fii.70fi8.7ii, rows and heifers, f2.Ofi8.Vi;
1 f ( )H Receipts. IS 0ft heart: market un
settled: llrht grades weak, others strong;
bulk. I7.8l'ii8!.i: light, f ..imiS.w: mix d
Nllmtoilrl, K. A T. pfd....
M Isanui I I'Ai'l IS
Ntvb'I Oipiiar ,.
S'rw Vurk canlnil
N. V . V H S. II . . . .
f.!Ki(8.4o; hesvy t'i.f.lUi.a); rough, fO.defir 1 No-ntk A rl..,.
8.90: plus, t6.(Vu7.90. ' Nnnharn I'selllo
tjllEEP ANl LAMBS Recelntg IB.Irn! p.nlfln Mal
head: market firm: wethers So.rfl4lti.6ii; 1 raetlts Tel. at Tsl.
wes, f3.6tijti.OO; lambs, f7.004j9.25.
', " inrt
, s. !h)
, 4.! "11
, ,4 0
! ' Via
984 I 70
IIaI 7 x"i
JI21 7 2R
117i 7 0.i
.114 7 4b
71 steers.. ..1122 7 lb
13 steers.. ..1092 7 30
HOGS The Increase In shipping de
mand that waa expected by tnu Missouri
river markets as a result of the barring
Llilcago live stock from New Yors
lanuva in rijuin Omaha with a
vengeance this morning. Khlppers bought
fuliy a third of the supply, taking any
thing that had a shipping end at prices
.Harney street, near 24' h. tO-root front
age by 134 feet deep. Old Improvement
In fair condition, which would rent for
about f66 a month. This property Is a
south front and you can bur It for f9,000.
Only $150 a front foot for the ground
without counting tha value of the Im
provement. W don't know of any piece
of property on th north side of Harney
street, between 20th and 26th, that you
can bay for this money, whether It be va
cant or Improved. We believe that'ithts
to 8 points hluher. Kales. 4 mm halm Hen.
tember, October, November 8.00c; I Mem
ber. .03c; January, 6.7c; February, 811c;
March, .15c; April. 20e; May. 6 2Hc;
June, 8.32c; July, 8.8Kc; August, .43c. Bpot,
quiet; Rio No. 7, 6c; Uanlos No. 4, so.
Cost and freight offers were about tin
changed, but were reported slightly more
numerous, with quotations ranging from
about 8.36c to 8 Wo for Bantoa 4s. Rio ex
change on London wus -32d higher with
milreia prices unchanaed. Th rains re
ported In Hao Paulo were considered fa
vors tale from a coming crop stardpolnt.
Santos reported clearances of 22,000 bags
for New York.
. mu'.iii in nit snipper marsai on aucn moa
ierate rece pts forced their hand, and they
I started out early filling their orders at
.figures that were easily iirulic, and In
I I pots aa much as 2oc, higher, A few
bunches of extremely heavy hogs didn't
move anv too rendlL", but packers had
urgent need of ever) Ulng that was here,
Muwx Cltv Live Moek Market.
HIOITX CITY. la.. Hept. 28. CATTLE
Receipts, 1,S00 head: martlet steady: na
tive steers, ffi.2R"i8.ir!l; cows and Imlfers,
84.7rtiti.10: cgnners, t3.D01i4.ro; stockers
and feeders, S.taM7.?!': calves. t6.WHi7.fl0;
bulls stnss, etc., fl..Vi4ifi.ri.V
HOGS Receipts. 2.ii0 ('head; market
steady to &KI00 higher; heavy. t7.40tiii.iiO;
led flMul.W; light, fi.0ti'u7.1."i; buik,
rlllKKP AND LAMBH-Recelpta.1 7.000
head: market steady; ewes, 14.76; lamb,
Rt. Loo Is I.Ua Stock Market.
8T. LOIT18, Sept. S8.-CATTI.E Re
ceipts, 4.7110 head: market higher; native
beef ateera, f7.T('iiifl.l!.'i; yearling steers
and hellers, f!i.fiw 10.00; cows, fiLO'ifl i.Oo;
stockers and feeders, fSOm-SSo; soutnern
steerr, S3.tVitS.86; co'vs and helfera, f4.0txd
8 Ml: native calves, fHOUDi 11.00.
higher; native beef steers 17.601) 10. -1;
higher; pigs and lights, 8.2.''U'3.U6; mixed
rnd butchers, 88.108.66; good heavy, 17.90
fe x sn
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 803
hesd; market hlaher; lambs, fynn'iiX h6;
a beep and ewes, fi.uoB 7.76.
Pullman I'alsos t'sr "no
Vny on. Coppar 8 mio
Kesa'ns .. l.kOJ
I epuhltn lren $l Klaal... 4i.n)
Snuthain J'a Iflo JS.'iW
Knnlhnrn rlsllaur .'. V.MA
Stuilrlwkar fninpanr .... Il.t O
Tamneair-s Osasr 84 on
Ttaa t'omtTny 8. nn
1'nlon IWIfln 11,704
t'nl-in P.tKio pfd.. ...... Vim
t uIlM Hlslaa glstl 1MI "
V. . Hlal pfd.l nn
I 'tab foptwr !1 '
Wtrn t'nlun 7,nHl
Wratieshouas Rlsrtrle ...Ifc, 09
Mutilans IV war tni
U nTSl Mo'ors 1,"ll
Total aalas fnr tha Saf,
. l:" t
St. Joseph Mr Block Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Bept. 28.-CATTLE
Reiclpls, 2.,x head; market dull and
weak; steers, t7.0ii4t9.rfi; cows and heif
ers. $4 nwiS.UO: calvoa, tti.OWif.W).
llO'lH-ltecelpta, 3J"0 bend; market
Steady; bulk of sale, f7.nO!ft.l6; top, fK.IR.
HHKEP AND LAM BH Rcoeipls, ,OU0
head; market at rung; lamba, f8.0ii8.75.
Don't Gut Out
A SHOE BOIL, CAPPED
hock an BURSITIS
will remov them and lcav no' blemishe.
Reduces any puff or swelling. Does not
blister or remov the hair, and hone tin be
worked. 2 s bottle delivered. Book 6 K free.
ADSORBINE. JR.. tha sscaratk Oalaant lorsxa
Una. for Bulla, Braltra, OM tonra, twellinra, VarlcoM
Vaina Varkoairlfa. AUaya Pais, rrks SI ss4 S3 a ksols
at snwiau at tfallTarvt, WtU tsU stars U aast anas,
W.r.) 0UNQ. P.O. F..1M Twit) SU Srinaflid,aUat.
sauna, i-. ajfeiBi mi w
Oil antl Rsla, '
NrTW TORK, Bept. . MERCANTILE
p tt-si..314 eer cent.
PTERLINO EXCHANOB3 Hlxty-dsy
bl'ls. f4 .6700; demand. M.7076: cables, f4 7126.
KILVKR Har, 49i4c; Mexican dollars.
KOND8 Qovernment, steady; railroad,
MONET Time loans, steady. 80-divs
property will double In tralu In th next I per eent; 90 daya, 21,43 per cent;
1 six monins, s per cent. tau money,
steaay; ruvner; x per cent; low. l" per
cert; ruling rate, 1 per cent; last loan,
S per eent; closlnar bid, 14 ier cent; of
fered at 2 per cent.
five to ten years, and meanwhile will pay
a fair Interest on th Investment. This I
one thing that Is sure aa death and taxes.
modern, beat or condition i. t- ..t -it-..
rike yard, can be i.ought on reasotianib
bt. 'Phone Websur 2Uau.
Tyler 1538. sut Bank Bldg.
.ItUAIi KSTATK MISCKLLANKOU8
NEW TORK. Bept. 28 COTTON Spot
steady; middling uplands, 12.4ot'. Hales.
CfummjjA SOUND FIRST MORTGAGE investment
W offer for immedigte sale (500,000) the first portion of (totsJ Issue)
6 $1,500,000 6
First tlortgago C Sloal Estato Gold Bonds
LPPfc-H V16CONSlN-Best dairy and
sueral crop slat In tn unlou; settlers
wanted; Isnus for sale al low prices on
easy terms. Ask for booklet 34 on Wiscon
sin Central Land Urant. Excellent land
(or aiock raising. If Interested In fruit
lauds ask for booklet on apple ere hard a
Address Land and Industrial Depart., tfud
Line Railway. Minneapolis Minn
s4 laaalla laaiasi
HAVB YOU A r'ARM FOR BALET
Write a good dcM.ripuon of your Und
ar.d send It to the bloux City, la.. Journal,
l'.lowa." Jl Powerful Want Ad S.
dlum. Twcnty.ftv, words vry SVidsy
evening, baiuiday n uriilng and every
Saturday evening and bunday mornlnsj
lor on tdonih, giving iUIkd ada oa
twelve dllicrent osy lor Ui or 60 words,
ft, or 76 worda, to.
largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper, m.(m t(.r dsily In four great
KEAI, fcSTATK LOANS
' fluu iU 41.IMU luado proiupi.w, i
Wead, Wead B!dg , lMh 44 Karnain Bta
C,.T.,SJ ,arm '"". 8V4. 4 per cunt
J. H. Uuniont St In, 414 State Hank
A "tor bale" ad will turn sviuiul-imud
furniture Into rash-
CITY pritKirty. Large loans a specialty.
W. II. Thomas a Mta'e Bank bids.
W ANTIil Good fana and city loans al
PKTKK TR17S1 CO . 1821 Psrnam.
CHOICK building iota. b&4 N. 27th K
Make offer. Wrlta SAM iwu- uk
Harney low. ' ' """"
NEW 6-ROOM BUNGALOW.
Equity of fi,tsw to trad for good lot or
tw cash. Phone Webster 4184?
NKW 7-rojm, alrlctly modern, built bv
owner for honw. kit ilea r.k Hi.t t . ..'
Inspection today. Ul'l Crown Point Av.
KOR RENT or sale. 4-rnnin hnUU TTi
IVlArlsien kai Aa9 . JI41 . 1
. $j00 CA8U,
$35.00 A MONTH
I VSitllraia fit jwttTon AmnAit Smhi rlilnk.. 1
i iiF-: i nTFrnwr, ii.ru-: January, 12.10c:
March. 12.96c; May, 13.06c
The. cotion me rift c'osed steady at a
net gain of from 10 to 18 points.
Futures closed steady; October, 12.10c;
rw.mii.. i iy. t -., , , -.... i 'j Hi... a. ..
one a sun room. , :...."."' ,,,... "' " ' """.
T.IVERt'OOi, Bent. W COTTON P not.
will buy this new 6
oak finish In 8 rooms,
iwi. rr clllnirs HAnk..aii ailnilriia ....
."T" ai suciieil. mrtdllna- 7Jthd- mld.llln. 1 ua.
wun convenient pantry ana toeoox room. , VV-'b..-. , 7:.""'"
lib high i' , .-,w .
in ana enamel oaturootn with big
grad fixtures; reflex li Kb ling fixtures,
wnicn aro artistic ana vp-io-ame; rur
nouern oest or condition; lot of shaue. i nao heat, laundry connections, fine large
term.,o;drn?.OUf",,P" iTS?2? . l"t-..Wv 8-
Kt. Ph .n; 1A.I.I ta aooui una oarsjo.
. . mvc. I
KEAl, ESTATE BOUTH SIDK
2316 SO. 35TII AVE.
wm'Ll"..ih2.f?ur".of cnP't'on; house
will b all modern; furnace, gas, electrlo
uht. oak finbfh; front yard WIU be
sodded Price, Close to Hanscom
park, close to car line and clot t" achool.
C. G. CAKLBEitQ,
812 Brandels Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE tVEBT 8 IDE
Will b finished In October. Buy now
and choose the fixtures and th decora
tions. Addresa 4111 Chicago Bt. It will
be completely modern, have living room,
dining room, kitchen, bath, 2 bedroom,
plenty of well lighted closets, furnace
cement, basement and all that la ttumlrd
lot McCague .ug
Small payment down, balance on
terms to auit. Mill buy a aplenutu hora.
on block trom Uunueo car line; houaa
la biles, 8 roonia, screened-. n poirh,
gas, eiertric llghta, bath, furnace, full
teinemed basement, oak finl.n djwo
alaira, while enamel secoud fioor,
fud iUed lot, barn on rear. All atieet
liiiprovements tn de. Pi Iced right,
kiisi.t taa amalWr house or acreage
as part payment, Evaiy thing In psr
W. T. 8MITII CO.,
City Natiooai rJauk Budding.
Kaaiai Cltv Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Sept, 28.-CATTLK
Receipts. 19 law head; market strong:
P'lm fed steers, 89 6Of10.tli; dressed beef
steers. 87 Wi.: western stairs M 6
9 0: stockers snd feeders, 86.508.00; bulls.
16'Ofi.t io: cslves. S" i"
HHKEP AND LA M BS Receipts, 18.0TO
head: market hi.her; lamba, 8.0oi 76;
yearllnvs 8ft0,g.75; wethers, t6.60tf.&0;
Llva Stack la gtgkt.
Tleeelnts of live stock; at th fly prin
cipal western markets:
Cattle. Ilors. Bheen.
OMAHA home. Knat Nebraska farms.
u'KEKfK REAL ESTATt CO
:u1t Omaha National. Phono Mcgla 2718.
UOX fc'Y ou hand toi city and farm loans.
It -,v. Kinncr. ttt- Vat'onal Bans: Bldi
VfllN'kY nil hand for ,-tlw .i4 .nn l.nu
iL VS . Jbinder. City National lxulk bldg.
to make a place that you will be proud to
own. This Use c an be bought on pay
menta. fall at our office and ace tha
plans. It will pay you to do Oil If you
ar looking for a real bargain.
is. a. a . ling finish) d; crn
-Creigh, Sons & C6.
) B) Bldg.
THE ART Off 8 SELLING FOR CASH.
This 111 lie brochure explain fully boat
we can soil your real estate or business
for cash, ua ti-altir where located. Vv a
mean IU Write today descriiung what
you have to sell, buy or exchange, and
receive this booklet free. it. p. lAfjd
CO.. 4ii3 W. Wainut fit.. irm Mojnea. U o
1,200 Baskets of Grapes Off
Apples, plums, peaches, cherries, cur
rants, raspberries, gooseberries. Brand
new, strictly uvd. 6-looru house just be
ing llnishid; cemented cave connected
basement; S acrea land. S4.u0u.
ottage for pai-t. Owner,
and rinra ru. Mt.. lt..,u
...19 0 0
11 0 0
100 cars can
Total receipts 41.600 S8,4U) 77.8u0
NKW TORK. Bept. 28-MKTALS-Iad,
84. W. fpelter not quoted. Cooper, firm;
electrolytic. $1.21. Iron, steady and un
changed. Tin, firm; five-ton lota, SU.Omif
At Indon: 8pot enpper, 71; futures,
T:; electroly'l-. 4:87 l"a. Spot tin, 161
6s; futures (164. Antimony, 126. Load,
a 23 16a. fpelter. 68.
Oil aad float a.
SAVANNAH, tla , Hept. 28. TCRPKN
TINE Firm; S"V,Mlc; aa ea, I! hole.,
receipts, bl.la., shipments, lvi bbis.;
stocks. 18.&.8 bbis.
ROHIN Finn; salea, 748 bl'ls.; receipts.
on u s; smpmants, l.v cuis. ; ttot as
ai.ins Lii's. uuotc: A
a-i ,' i .1 ii w
The Albert Dickinson Company
Sal Marckaata, Tho Largest Conacra of It Kind la th United States. Establish! IKS.
Datssl October 1st, llli. Iatrt payabU April I aad Oct. 1. Maturing 1 to S years.
I Location Corner 35th Street snd California Avenue on Drainage Canal, in the new South,
west manufacturing district, Chicago, which is ateadily increasing in value.
t Owarahi of Land Over 70 'acres, of which over 00 acres are owned by the company.
Ownership of Building New reinforced concrete with brick, outside sprinkled- The build
ings are in seven units, making a square of 420 feet, with connecting subways beneath and
passageways overhead, mere are lour miles of railroad tracks on the surface
The buildings are provided with covered unloading platforms and upward of
be spotted without a second movement. The Dickinson railroad yard has a
ceeding 350 cars.
4 Ownership f Laa4 aa Buildings, being their old property at corner Clark and 16th Streets
on the U S. & M. S. Railroad, a smaller complete working unit.
(Valuation Value of land and buildings and equipment conservatively estimated at $3,288,000.
Earnings Earnings of the company for the past five years aversge considerably over three
times the annual interest charge. The bonds are the direct obligation of an old established
successful company, financially strong.
V lasuraaca against Fire and Mortgage Guarantee Policy by Chicago Title and Trust Company,
held by this bank, as trustee, for protection er bondholders.
These Bonds are approved and recommended for investment by Greenebaum Sons Bank and
Trust Company, capital and surplus $1,850,000, founded 1855. Securities sold by this old
established State Bank have successfully stood every test for three generations. Legal in
vestment for Banks and Insurance Companies. Purchased by the most couaervativa i
PRICE TO YIELD Q TO INVESTORS
Illustrated descriptive- circular No. (j7t7 sent on request.
stioa Can flow B Mad for Fatnro Dsliv ry if Oird.
Buy From Bank.
Casvfat und $mr
AND TRUST COrVPANV
S. E. Gar. La Salle stud rVla&aoa Sts.
.4V VI 4V4 8S. Vl'fl SJ, SsjaaAlBMTs
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