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TI1E HKE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, OCTOr.FUt 5, 1915.
IlKAh EST.' TF MISCELLANEOUS HEAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
2316 So. 35th Ave. 5 rooms, all modern, oak finish,
oak floors, all on one floor, east front lot. Price
2318 So. 35th Ave. G rooms, living room across front
of house, finished beautifully in oak, sleeping
porch, nice level lot. Price $3ft"K).
232G So. 35th Ave -6 rooms with sleeping porch, in
course of completion. Price $2900.
2328 So. 35th Ave. G rooms all on one floor, a dandy
bungalow, now being finished. Price $3000.
2336 So. 35th Ave. 6 rooms, all modern. Price $2OC0.
2338 So. 35th Ave. 4 rooms and bath, furnace.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET ,
Loctl Caih Wheat i Pretty Active,
with Better Grades a Few
DEMAND FOR YELLOW CORN
OMAHA. October . WIS
Tha local rut wheat market was pretty
active today and lonw of the better
grades 01 hard winter wheat mill from
1 to 3 cenie higher. Velvet chaff whml
old abot I cent higher and th r seemed
l N i pretty guud demaud lor tnis v-
frvlt. ChsnasuvaUe .narl.-J'nrt . J.lsnon, 4o
lb. Cant. -lout.es: Osilfurn.a, Hawaiian
brand, standards, SXii crate; California,
Hawaiian brand, ponies. M Ciate; Cali
fornia. Hiw.l.tn branu, flsta, inVj rrata;
Co.orailo lturwella. pink mcatetl. "C
crate. Watermelons: !; lb.
VwtlETABl.Krt Cabbage: IHo lb. Head
lettuce; tl doa.; leaf let I me. Me da
Tom., toes: Market price. IVppeis: hie
h..net. Cbiluiia: Washington, I V lb ;
Spanish, 8I.M crate. leimey. Ik-c dot.
lAsery: Sjc doa. : Jumbo, 7.c do. VSaa
and green beans: nuc baski t. Ruta
bagas: ISP. tb. Potatoes: Union, hoc
bit. Sweet potatoes: Vtriilnla, barrel a,
NlT-No. 1 walnuts: JSo lb. Fil
berts: le lb. Braille: Wo lb. Pecans:
liVaP lb. Almond: 80c lb. Peanuts:
No. L raw, 6c lb; roasted. 8c lb.; Jumbo,
raw, 7c lb.; rotated, Ho lb. Cocoanuts;
OMAHA UYEJTOCX MARKET
Steers Fairly Active and Fully
Steady Cows Steady to Weak
HOGS ARE FIVE TO TEN HIGHER
OMAHA. October . IMS.
Receipts wore: Cattle, Hors. Sheen.
n..- ... - i- ...... . mam. w4 mnA 4.n" nag; itc nos.
the mrk.'t uaa minted un hinarJ to I1 I . HKKK CUTt Ribs
pi nia lower, me demand tor yn.o eoru f. , lHVc
particularly active, and ihls variety
old (mm t to 24 centa aoove tne whUe.
lau Pre quoted uncus. .Red to a S
Cfciu loiter, Ihc receipts om tbla ceieai
wire Rood and the demand waa preuy
There were a few sales of rye and bar
ley reported at practically unchanged
1,1.01 pool close: Wheat, vffld higher;
Primary wheal receipt were (,230,010
bu., and ah pi.it nta S,ii.)U bu. against re
celt ta of 3,4Mi,uuO bu., and shipments of
l,i!.tij0 bu, I lust year.
Iiln.ary corn receipts were 1.240,000 bu.
and shipments UlMt bu. against receipts
of S84,w bu., ami alilpmenia of T;6,otf bu.
Primary cats reeelt.ts wre 1. $39,000 bu..
and ahlpmenta 772.000 bu. against receipts
of 2,V.,iio bu., and shipments of l,iai,000
: No. ). 194c; No.)
Loins: No. 1. tlV;
No. 1 We: No. S. lOio. Chucks: No. 1.
Use; No. t, 10.tr: No. J, 94P. Rounds:
No. i, 14ic; o. t, 14r; No. 1. Plates:.
No. 1. lSe; No. I, 9e; No. K 9c. 1
I MlA liMJ.AMXJLX i rackeriacK: .S0
I pane; 1.74 i oaae. "rnppa: alUA cae;
Wheat: No. t
Wheat, corn. Oata.
8rr ... ...
7 0 41
!7 4R 2l
2U 7 74
were reported today
hard winter, 1 car, tl.oo.
2356 So. 35th Ave.-6
rooms on corner of Arbor.
40-foot Jot3 fronting East on 35th Ave., between
Martha and Arbor, $000 each. These lots are on grade
and are 142 feot deep. Look at them today and com
pare with lots offered at $1000 and then you will real
ize what a bargain they are. Building restrictions
require houses to line up and to cost not less than
312 Brandeis Theater Bldii.
KAHM t K l..U KOB tALE,
140 ACUfc-S. iu mitva from Ulnncapblla.
one mlla irom town; lw aciea under
culuvation, balance uaed lor paatura;
can pracucally all ba cuitivawd; ueavy
oil; aoou act buuduiaa, Coua.acuig of -room
houae, large bi.ni. giauar, com
crlba, wii.u inilui, etc.; Uia taud will pro
duca OS buBlmut et coiu per acre; tela
phone in bvuao, couiuiy iincniy act tied,
complete et of niaclunery; J head of
to:k, oouaialiuK ot U cowl, balance 1
and Z-yeai'-ottia; elk good horea, i.i Dog,
cblckena; onu-hait of tnu eara cjop
and everyUiuia on tne lann nw i m
nioutn Uidw., Mlime!'Ui.a, aimn.
KKAL K8TATE LOANS
Cll Y 1.UAAS, C. i. cariuarg,
I Uiaiiuo, i neater Bldrf.
liKAL I-ITATK KOU KXCHAXGK
FOR SALJiJ-Falrvlew Farm, the finest
Improved 1S1 acres In aoutnera Mjino
aoLiA. lociiLea fao mnea moulii ol Aituue
auolia Aa a real farm hoiua It baa uo ! rr
eual. tor lull iaucu.aia wiuo to
owner, Kuw. tu. Urctfor, jr., Uoula i,
b.JUl Llf !. i.N A iihiAUXllr'Ul.
(:. ,i;nth.V uuiiu.
A railroad nutu, who tnnia It difficult
to Ui ii im wui lc in uinana. has aafced
ua to liud bun a home lu Cwi.ana Iu ex-
cnanaa lor hla brud new e-rooiu. u icily
im.auni. uD-tj-uon- houae. and one lull
acre In bcunuK ai apea. Pnce H,uoU" Lo-
ikloii la KKui, utuiia- only tour block!
from street car on Mcfnerson avenue.
Council iiiull. This 1 a giiat oppor
tunity for . mtunp w.anlng to n t. a luma
lu tuo couuuy witn an toe aavantagea
of iho cuv.
PAVNfc INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Omiilia Nat Hank HI (Ik. U. KSl.
No. 3 hard wlnnr, 4 ran, 11.00; 3 cam,
P"e; 1 car. 87c. No. 4 hurd winter, t care,
ITc: 1 car, tjc; (Vk cars, t-c; 2 cars. c;
H cars, H.tc; 1 car, S2 Sample, t cars, ao;
1 car. 81c; 3 cara, Hoc; 1 c ir, 72c:; 1 car,
70c. No. 1 anriiiK-. 1 car. S1.01. No. t erring,
1 car, 97c; i car. Wc. No. 4 spring. 1 car,
Wo. No. 3 mixed. 1 car. 99c. No. i durum.
8 caia, 'c. No. 3 durum, 1 car, feiVio.
r.o. 3 velvet chaff. 3 cara. ll.im: 1 car,
. No. I velvet chaff, 1 car,
velvet chaff. 1 car. ViP. Ry
par, lc. No. 3, I cars, 8o. No. 4, 3 cars,
UHNcy: no. 4, 1 car, Kc. Corn: No.
Si ST. case. Honey.
3 dosen tumblers to
CHICAUU UHAIM .4 U PROVISION t
Fame day lust week.. S.flM
bams weeks ao....K,lM
fame 3 weeks avo....ll.4Ql
Fame 4 weka nan 1 '.SW
Same day last year.. 10,111
The fnllowlna taile aho-
of cattle, hoas and sheep at tbe Omana
live stocK niaiket ror tne year to aaie
compared w.th laal year:
Cttle m.i..si2 koii.M ir..i7
Sheip 3.)U.0iU J.1.S!1 Ws.SiO
3.1.75 esse; Alnlne, i The following table shows the averaire
caoe, II vase. i pnc. ior no.s at tne uiium ii
Sept. 17 771 43 I M I ill
were oashrri around l K. wllh.ui occa
sion) aale at (yi.Ai.
Thpra waa a good firm feeling In the
feeder trade, and lambs moved fairly
fire on a steady to strong basta. One
string which rarrlpd - fat end went to a
feeder buyer at S4.W. Tops of the same
sort of lambs went to packera at IS.'O
Inst week, while the f eettt r end sold at
Is. 40. Most of the enrly sales of good
feeders ranged at 3 t." H.40 with less de
sirable stuff on down. Old eaes for
breeding purposes touched ti again today.
Parkers had only limited onerlngs of
old sheep to pick from and paid fully
steady pilccs for ewes, while Pome of
the ewes that brought l&.ift mlgnt have
I ..... n 111,1a ewtaixw Ih.n !! VMik a
ST, 4,S I close.
S' 4 ' Vjuotatlons on sheen and lambs: Ijimbs,
44IS good to choice, I3.0tix.7(; lambs, fair to
J7 good. 3v4.v.S 0; lamba, fca.lera. $..7M
9k S SO; yearlings, fair to choice. $ ..7Mi.".r);
earungs, leenera, i."ui.w: weiner".
to choice. !-.Mni.2ti; ewes, g ioa
the reee.pta jy"1
NEW- YORKSTOCK" 1IARET
Another Orgj of Speculation Takes
Place at Session.
I llt. ,11114. 1 l 1 l!l.. IKII l" IIKI
Feataeea at the Tradlae; a4 rioslaaj
Prices nn Hoard of Trade.
CHiCAQO. (Vt. 4.-Vord of large ex
port sales at the seaboard bad much to
do today with causing a derided advance
In wheat vali.es here. The market clcsel
unsettled, ltc to Hc net hlsher. with
December at !Sc and May at H!Si Final
prices In corn arled from lo off to Vftc
up. t.ats gaineu "to ana provinuns '
showed an upturn ranging irom oc mi kll(il
Active buying of the December ontlons
dwarfed everything else In the wheat
pit. tine firm alone was credited with
having purchased l.irtO.OOO bushels of that
motiih s delivery. Most of this amount
was said to be for seaboard account and
was associated with reports of heavy
eastern transactions In Manitoba wheat
for Europe and alth a noticeably im
proved Transatlantic demand for
ill I ( 3I I 10
!! i n i it
I 17j ( 71 I -'
I U 4 I 111 I II
I I 43) It
I a t , i i i it
11 Ul Joi s ui
i i 44 7 !i
jo, e.H 3 toi
2-1 IS 41
211 k I, ..i I ill I u
24, i uVl s as k uui i Is 4 U
-o, I u-m. a .w, v.l .i i 4ui Is 14
3a, I 3 10 a 1 el -l ti
iu 7 l-i,i i . k imi vi wt k 13
7 tteial 8 lti 3 Cii 14i 3 aii k wt
Ml I v II 11 3 S3 16 3 M t Ml
SO 7 LSI 7 S 111 33 3 4I 7 M
1.. 7 U 7 Ml 3I k , I k M 7
7 in... 7 ' ' (' ...
8.. I I 7 371 I 10 8 631 3 191 3 1
white. 3 para 6."Vc: 4 para. fv"c. No. 3
rellow, 7H cara. bttc: 1 car, 6SV4C; 3 cara.
Sc. No. 3 yellow. 1 car. BSV4c: u car. ic.
No. 3 mixed. 1 rar tvellow). die: 1 car.
I t rar, 65Hc; 1 car. Ric. No. 3
mixed. 1 car (near yellow). 6u: 1 car.
lic; 1 car (near white). USfcc No. t
mlaed, 1 par, Mc; l car, hoc; 1 car, Mvc.
No. mixed, 14 cars. 64Sc. Oats: No. 3
white. 8 cars, S3 tc. tttsndard: 1 car,
No. 3 white. 3 cars. 32 Vic: 1 car. S2Uc: IS
cars, Sic. No. 4 white, I car (good color),
32c; t cara, S1V4C. Ham pie, 1 car, 3H,c;
3 cars, UlVfcc; 1 car. 2Vot 1 bulkhead, 2Jc
Omaha Cash Prices VV heat. No. i tur
key, 31.02(lfl.04; No. 3 turkey, 31 01JT1 03;
Mo. 3 hard, Wajl.ci: No. 3 bard, moqf
81.00: No. 4 bard. slfi'Wc: No. 3 spring.
Web 31 .01; No. 3 sprlnr KtfiWc; No. 3 du
rum, S5'9fc; No. 3 durum, 94'4tiS&p; no
grade. eMiHc Corn: No. 3 white. abw
tc: No. 8 white. 6P(fiT6'tP; No. 4 white,
64iSrUp; No. 6 white, MHfl&Sc: No. i
white, 64Ho4-,c; No. Z yellow, 6Sr58Vic:
No. S yellow, S.UiWic: Nn. 4 yellow, 6
Kl7e; No. 8 yellow, B7f57 -tc- No. yl-
ivwwt wmvimu. i.i,. m iiii.u, HnHwiij, ..... i
8 mixed, tomfcc; No. 4 mixed, MM'
.o; no. mixea, Mino ac; mo. t trjixeu,
MtjX4'4c C a s: No. t w hit". 3.'H 31 o;
standard, S2Vifr32e: No. S whlta, S2fll2Vic;
No. 4 white, 31 41132c. Barley: Milting.
4"(bf0c; No. 1 feed. 4048o. Rye: No. S,
yuvt'iuic; No. 8, 8vriiwc.
Chicago closing prices, rornlshed Tht
Bee by lomn ft Bryan, stock and grain
brokers. 31f So Sixteenth street, Omaha.
oth.r hlsr nurchaaea Decemlier wheat
here seemed to be eonnec.ed l:h the hUh
freight rates on the lakes from IMiluth
to Chicago rates which made the bil.ig
Ing of aprlng wheat to Chicago an un
usually expensive operation.
Wet weather that threatened to de'ay
threshing In the northwest gave to the'.,
wheat bulla an advantage right at theC,
outset, l.lveriiool advices telling of un-
- ,' v i abated demand and of suoplles being nn-ve-
No t 1 der requirements counted a'so against
e. no. . ; v 1 .u . ...wt 4..I In nr.
Ills urni. nnu v, i v. v p.rw . .
vrnt any Important down turn In the
market. . .
Corn rose chiefly as a result of the
strength In wheat. Frost predictions In
riui'ftii mma hnv nff esrlv but tiiev divm d
to be regarded aa of greatly diminished Morris Co...,
significance, compared with similar fore. . ttMtit ft Co
casts when the rroo was less matured. , cudahy Packing;
Oats merely renectea tne action or corn. Armour to.
Rural offerings were rather small ana
eastern demand fair. Hlsher prices In
the hog market lifted proviilona. An ex
cellent southern and export inquiry for
fresh meats had a further strengthening
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the tnloit atocH yaidsi, bouili Ouiaita.
for taeii.y-fuur hours ending at 3 o CiOk
flour. 1 P. nt. yesieruay
RECfc.1 PT9-CA H1XJADS.
Cattle. Mos. alieep. 11 r s.
C, M. ft St. P U
alissou.l i acme .. 3
I nion Paoitlu 84
C. M iN. V. east.. 6
C t N. V., weal..lSK
l .. rlt. P.. M. t O.. I
M. ft (j., PU.-.1... 1
C U. c W . t...M
C. K. 1. ei P., east 3
c, R. 1. at P.; west 1
Illinois Central In
Chicago Oieal NY est 10
Total receipts ....43
DISPOSITION-!! KA D.
Cattle. Hogs. Blieep,
NEW YORK GRKER4L MARKKT
Artlcl"! Open. I Hlgh. lxw. 1 liose Yes'y.
C"ru: 1 I
Dsn: I v I
Oct.. 13 40
16 67! li 321 1 67Vsi W 16
f. I 186
8 80 8 80 I 8 0
0 I 8 77HI
10 I V6
FOR KAtii-6l blghiy Improved sou lit
em MiniiesOla lan.ia. Aio uniiuroted
Minnesota piairie land, timall payinem;
tay terms. Jas. A. iurLuii blaie Capi
tol, St. t-aul, Minn.
land or tin
U lti, Hee.
NORTH PLAITS FARM.
Snlend.u iiju-acie iluue, 7 imica from
North Pintle. Halt 111 cultivation, Lai
anca paeluie. All good heavy land. Crop ,
this ytar will more thau hull pay for
the place. an acre. Llheiai tcims. 1
PAVNE INVKbTMENT COMPA.nl,
Omaha Nat. Bank lildtf. Omaha, j
W. u. TKMPL,k;iiir city property.
lands everywhere, larins, ranches, loans
god Inaurauce. Asa about wy orchard
proposition. toS bee Bldg.
FOR SALE Best large body hiab-grada
medium priced laud in Nebraska! very
Utile money required C. BiaUiei, Wei
bach. Nsu. o
FOR dALi by owner, A acres well Im
proved larm la ctnlial NeoronKa. For
price and ueftCi lotion wri.e M. T. Kcai
ney, IU Duutiaj bu. Omaha.
A FARM THAT WILL. 11 oa.P Kou Ot-T
PART OF lllAl' t'iti tlCNlJlUi.i
160 acres, l a miles .rm rruusore, half
mi.e troin scdoul. n-vtry acre 4100a noli
clay sol., clay suoaoil, no wastu land
FOR SALE OR TRADE
441 acres, Lincoln Co., Neb.; fenced.
wlndmlL, imal buildings. Want small
proptiiy In good scnool town.
BOX 2od. bCH Ul'LtH, NEB.
HAV't. i-MAi equity .11 a .lne acie lot at
Benon; mnrtgue STiOu. Will take clear
vacant lot or equity In cottage. Address
F Ml. care Bee.
(-ROOM, strictly modern bungalow, north
..v. ...j I.e., u. u,vul. .,111 OJL'
chunKe 3i,3tK equity on quarter section
in Kimlail or Banner count.es at Its true
Vuliip. Add tess (if 42, csre Bee.
lf ACR"E3cholce westers) land. WUlea
Clluiine ti.r ai-oU Wui , m.. ,.,,.u ;t ouci.
t. 11.. If 12 CbicatEo St. Phone Web. 2UU
or Red 3311.
A Asked. B Bid.
OMAHA GESIBHIL MARKET.
FRUITS Oranges: California Valen
clas, 176s. 2Ujs, U6a, 250c; H buz;. Cali
fornia Valencia. 12ua. lous, 2&S. 30OS,
80.75 box. Lemons: Extra fancy Gol
den Bowl Sous, 36 box; extra fancy Ool
den Howl. 3tij. 34.&J box: extra fancy-
Hunklat, 30s, 34.50 box; Red Ball,
i St boxt - Peaches: Colorado Eibcrtaa,
I extra fancy, 6 c crate; Colorado El
I bertaa, fancy, tibc crate; Utah Elbertaa,
&:o box; Ciiflfornla 8always, ioc box.
Prunes: Italian, 8c crate; Italian, quan
1 titles, 90c crate. Pears: Clargiue, 82.23
crate; Kelfers, bushels. S2.2K bu. Apples:
I Large cooking and baking-, 13 bbl, ; Jona
thans, S3&1) bbl.; Beilcflowers, 31. o0 box.
I drapes: Tokays, 81.35 crate: Concoria,
I home-grown, 2-V hiieket. Bananas: Me
dium fruit, S.oii'uti.25 bunch; Jumbo
Qnotatloaa of the Hay
NEW YORK, Oct. 4. FLOITR TTn
scetled; spring patents. 35.7W6.Hi; winter
patents, 6.2tXu'5.40; winter straights, ST..0J
WHEAT Spot, strong; No. S red and
No. 3 hard. 31.19J.. c. 1. f. Now York;
No. 1 northern, Duluth, 31.06V and No.
1 northern. Nanitooa. ww. c. 1. 1.,
Ttiiffaln. Ftiturea. firm: December. S1.051.
CORN-BPot. weak; No. 3 yellow. l W. JiufrE
irompt shipment. . Roll
HAT-Steady; No. 1. S1.25; No. 2, L15;
No. 8, -11.00; shipping, Kks.
HOPS Steady; state, rommon to
choice, J915, 2-if29c; 1314, 8ri2c; Pacific
coast, 191S, Kil6c; 1914, lt(&13c.
HIDES Steady; Bogota, J031c; Cen
tral America, 29c.
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts, S2JJ
IV' seconds. 81i32c.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady:
S16.O0316 50: family, t30.O9tr22.0n;
clear, 18.V)00.nt). Beef, steady;
81.o?17.00: family. SlOfllS.. Lard,
mltldlo west. SH.(.70.
TALLOW Steady; city. 6Hc; country,
S.'fj6V4e; special, lkc.
BUTTER Firm; receipts, 8,241 tubs:
creamery extras, 2'tu&)ftc; firsts, 'M
2Sc; seconds, 2342&o.
FOGS Firm; receipts. 8,029 cases; fresh
gathered extras, M'v3!c; extra firsts, U$
lie; firsts, 2730 ic; seconds. tuaJfic.
CHERSB Barely steady; receipts, 1.312
boxes; stale whole milk, frrsh flats, whl e
specials 16c; colored. Iu615a; whit and
colored, average fancy, HH4jl4ie.
POULTRY Live, prlcea unchanged;
dressed, firm, western f rosea routing
chickens, lri21c; fresh fowls. Iced, 14
18c; frozen turkeys, 17tfr21o.
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Parking Co....
K. Packing Co ,
Cuda..y tro..i couutiy.
V. U. Vanaant Co
Bi nlun, Vaiisant ft L.
I. Ill ft Son
P. It. Lewis
HUKton ft Co
.1. H. Root ft Co
J. 11. Buda
I.. F. Hubs
nici ieaiy ft Kellogg...
Werthtiiner ft Desen..
H. F. Hamilton 1
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Co..
choice. $:..0u.V7f. ewis. talr to , (!. II. .
o.60; ewes, fair to good. $4.Mu6.otf.
( IIK AdO LIVH 8TIUH M ARKET
Cattle Strosr Hoi steady Sbeea
CHIOAOO. (Vt -CATTLBReelpta
Ifi.uNi head; strong; native beef steers
Sa.Oisii lu.i; aestern steers ii.i.i.i); 011
and hellers Sa.IOtiS.4i.; ralvps S7.7Wril.W
SI1EKP Receipts IK, 000 heai; unsettled;
a-t titers 8&.;ui.ui ewes S3-tH;-"; lambs
H(.KS Receipts 18.000 head; steady at
Uo to lDc advance: bulk 7.SMi.2t; light.
S7.iVaig.20; mixed. D fc-tm.Sf.; heavv, SX K0
41HI0; rough, 8ii.i04r7.10; pigs, Sfc.35 fc'T.W.
Kaaaaa City aloek Market.
KANSAS CITY". Oct. 4). CATTLE Re
ceipts, 84,000 head; market lower; prime
fed steers, SJ.kiMO.(l0; dressed beef steers,
S7.SSti.40; western steers, S.i.i;
stockers and feeders S'.6iXij8.0v; bulls,
3f.iii 0); rnlves, .ir(10.on.
lit HIS Keceipis, 4,(iu nesn; maisei
bulk ef sales, 37.sfm.10; ncmr,
packers and butchers, ii.botis
II.. hi 17 Until IR: n n. Sl.7.iH.i.
KHI.KP AND UM1IS-RecoiPts, It."
head; mnrkpt strong; laniha. 3.25''i 1 :
yearlings. S.iWje.7a; wethers, tft.hu.50;
(. l.onls I-lve Stoek Market.
ST. LOUIS Oct. 4.-CATTLE-RecPlpts,
11,700 hend; market lower; native beef
steers, Si ""ilOSI5: yearlings steers and
l elfers, S.64;il..00; cows. Si.iri8.0o; stock
ers ami feeuera. 3.tkKU.-i; south-rn
steers. Sn.2di8 5a; con ami heifers, 4.00t
C.V; nntlve calves. .0M 11.00.
IKKtK Heci Ipta. ,4iJ head; market
higher; pigs and IlKhts. S6.U.?S; mixed
and binchors, S7.7i4il..l; gvod hevy,
SI I KKP AND LAMBS-Recclpts, let)
head; market steady; lambs, 8H.mB Wi
sheep and ewes, 8i.00jf7.75.
gloas ( Itr M aiaek Market.
SIOUX C1TV. la, Oct. 4.-CATTLFV-Recrlpts
8.5n heed; market steady; native
steers Su.Uku9.2i; cows and hollers U.oou
.i; stockers and feeders Su.Onta7.6i bulls,
stags, etc., 44.7utl5.10.
bil.iLP Keee.pts S.0O0 head; market
stpaiiy; ewes 3o.t.u6.t: lambs S.3i.
Minis Receipts 1,600 heau; maraet 10o
hlaher: heavy i.Hj.i; mlxeil l.W,w.
MILLION MARK IS PASSED
NEW YORK, Oct. 4. Another orgy of
speculation took place on the stock ex
rhanKe to.lsy, but the unsettled tone of
the market at frequent .nti rvsjs bore
testimony to the Increased selling.
Transactions asaln mounted well be
yond the l.ino.nuu mnrk, tne total turn
over aggregating IJO.OjO shares.
Numerous advances were again reg
isters 1 by the war shares with new high
records In Helhletim Steel, which
Jalned ?4H to SWv,; tleneral Motors, 10 to
0; Wlllys-Ovensnd, 13 to 137; Ameriesn
Car and Knundry, 3 to 9-t; American
Can, 3 to S; International Nickel, 104
to 2Zi. United States Industrial Alco
hol, 11 to 10,, and Kresue, 10 to 19n,
Nickel's r se wss due to the dHclarstlon
of a 10 per pent stock dividend In addi
tion to the rrg ilar cash iviympnt.
On the Irregular or declining side were
such 'ssiies as Baldwin Locomotive and
half a doen O mnifont favnrl'es. Includ
ing United Htatpa Steel, which was not
only reactionary, but wns superseded in
lesilershlp by Westlnghotise. That stock,
with Steel and Can, made up about 2
rer pent of the trsrllnn, wit hunusually
large dealings In Ailia-Cha mers, Ameri
esn lyocnmotlve and other Industrials, as
well aa coppers and motors.
Ueneral Electric was heavy at first,
but made a substantial recovery later.
The high tldo of quoted values was
reached in the ear'y afternoon, follow
ing newa that subscriptions to the Anglo
French loan would close tomorrow.
When Interest In specialties began to
diminish, speculation switched to rail
ways, some of which enjoyed a brief
advance of 1 to 8 points, only to fsll
back before the end. I nfact, the en
tire list declined variably from the high
folnts ot the mldseaslon with an Irregtt
ar close. Wesilnghouse and American
Car and Foundry bore the brunt of the
late reversal, suffering substantial net
Private advices from London Indi
cated unenelness at the extent of the
movement here and selling for that mar
ket was reported. United States fitoel
and Canadian Pacific figured in these,
August statements of earnings Included
a net gnln of S i7.0O for Northern Pa
plfio and SK3.ono for Louisville ft Nashville.
Bonds moved In
stocks, but dealings
more moderate. Total
amounted to 83,110.01)0.
United States bonds wera unchanged
Number of sales and leading: quotation
on storks were as follows:
Baker, Jones ft Smith.
1 aimer Bros
D. ft F
Totals 8.8&S S,4 31.9H5
CAi i LE Receipts were quite liberal
this morning, a total of H80 cars being re-
1 horterf In. While tuts Is smal.er inan
mess, j lww we,Ks ago. It Is larger than on Mon
short , day of last wee by a.inost S.OOO head,
mess, 'The weak feature of the cattle trade tu-
flrra; day was the overwhelming run of cattle
t. Joseph Live Moek Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Oct. 4. CATTLE Re
pp, ms, 4,uvo head; market s.ow; sieers,
37 WKjit.9ti; cows and hellers. 4.o.u.lki;
. . . - r. .... 1 . . 1.1 a
miKSsipii. 4,000, head; market
tile hmher: toll. Ss.16: bulk of sales, S1.4u
KHe-.RP AND LAM BS Receipts, S,0iXi
head; market slow; lanms. 3.i.iMtl..
Live Stoek ta HlsVkt.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
....li.uuo i,M ,
.... ,1SA l.JIO fc.iMl
....84.1MO 4.6HO n,tw
....11700 9,4iM 3.4U0
,...16,iX0 18.U0U 1H.OO0
sales par value
Kansas City ..
Tot(li 1 81,200 3&.700 76.4""
necessarily Immoral on both sides. lo
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
FOR RENT OR SALE.
Two or four acres with ayater; will
rent or sell; for feeding; one mile and
half from slock yards. Phone So. 1381.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
NEW. strictly modern, it-room bungalow.
4109 N. 21st. Webster 6281.
acres in cultivation, 23 acres alialia. m
acres uaaluie and natural llav. HuUM of
( rooms, . tai n, rjoiu lor 8 uurses, ample
mow room; cattle shed, hog house, ti. ion
en house, coiu cr.b, .a..ai-y, cic. Oood
cellar and siorui cave, vvoii, windmill ail
tank; larm well it-need, lmpivieniciiia
are ail practically new. if soiu al once,
HOUSE for sale; S rooms, bath, recep
tion hall and full basement: all modern.
IjI 1 If taken at once van g. t It from owner.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
323 per month, call
REAL ESTATE SOtTTII SIDE
5-r. house, lull
lot; good conultlon; well.
lights; paved sidewalks;
price vw pt r acre; S4,Ouo by aiaich 1, your , close tu sciiool and car; 81,100; SJOO cash.
terms on Daiancs ai --i per cent. nen
you sew Hit.. ou will want lo join tho
army of prosperous buone coni.iy larm
ers. Aahtrook Biqe., Piiinrone, Nell.
t'PPER WISCONblN beat dairy and
general crop stale in tne union; settiurs
wanUd; lanus for sals at low pr.c.s on
easy terms. Ask for booklet 4 on Wiscon
sin Central Land Urauu Excellent lands
for slock raising. If Interested In fruit
lands ask for booklet on appie orchard
Address Land and Industrial Deptrt.. du4
I4ne Railway, kllnueauoils Vtlnn
1,20) baskets 01 grapes off 700 vines;
apples, ilums, peaches, c' ernes, currants,
raspberries, gooueberrles. Brand new,
strictly mod. u-room house just being fin
ished; cemented cave connecud wuh lull
basement; 2 acres land, 84.500. Will take
annul cottage for part. Owner, Silas
W right, 52d and Spraguo Sts. Telephone
o-ltooml house, niuOern except heat; lots
of trull; only 11,61a.. Sniail paymunt
down, balance -o tcr month.
Cm N. 23d. t 1. oi.. eh. atter 11 a. m.
SIX per mo. 16 JO Washington. South 21. !
I BEST OFFER TAKES THIS. j
Six-room, fully modern, practically :
new: 3 rooms downstalia. S rooms and.
1 bath upstairs Near Hgnscom park and
within twenty minutes walk of down
town district. Must bs sold by jVovem
ber 1. See Owner, Tyler ZST1.
HAVB YOXJ A FARM FOR SALET
Writs a good OtS'.i Ipiton of your land
and send ll 10 tne bioux City, la.. Journal,
Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad Me
dium." Twenty-five words every Friday
veiling, Saiuiday noriiing and every
Saturday evening arid Sunday mornUig
for one month, giving sixteen ads 011
twelve different cays tor U: or 60 words.
S4. pr 7S words, 86.
Largost circulation ot any Iowa news
paper, 3vU,Am readers dally tu tour great
FOR baLIi .J acris of laud in Logan
Co.; alll trade for city property or
cash; balance to su.t purchaser; SO acre
of good farm land; balance pasture.
George McCarttr, 316 Miami. Phone Wal.
1133 or call between 7 and 8 p. in.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
liuu TO tl.uuu niaue promptly. '. D.
Weed. Weed Bldg.. IMh at Karnam St a
CITY and farm loans, S, 5Vi. 6 per pent
J. H. Dumont Co.. 414 f-ste Hsnk.
A Tor stale" ad will turn aecuiid-uaud
furniture Into cash-
C1T1 property. Large loans a specially.
W. II. Thomas Ti Wi" Hank Bidg.
S ANt El iood (ana and city loans 1
PkTRHs TRlTn CO . V! Farnsm.
OMAHA homes. East Nebiasaa farouv
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
101 Omaha Natioial. Phone Die Bias 2T1S,
MONrT on hand lot city and farm losna
H. W. Binder. City Vai'onal Hank Hldg
MONEY to loan on eas.ein eoraaa
farina, luimed ate action. United etates
True Cep,tnw I'rn.hs. Neb.
MONEY oa hand for rlty and farm loana
li. W. Binder. City National Bank Bid
fikld club district.
1J11 S. 3bih St.. Sfi.SOil; 8-rm. modern,
Sl.OnO cash. bal. SCO mo.; occ. by owner.
REAL EST TE WEST SIDE
NEW 6-ROOM COTTAOE.
31.00 takes my euulty of SLSoO; would
consider auto part payment, Wal. 240.
THE ART OF SELLING FOR CASH.
This little brochure explains fully how
we can sell your real estate or business
for cash, no matter where located. We
mean it. Write today describing what
you have to sell, buy or exchange, and .
receive this booklet free. B. F LOOS I
Co., 403 W. Walnut St., Des Moines, la o j
T 1 ' ' 1
Kansas City Grata and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 4. -WHEAT-No.
2 hard, ll.Oal.OH; No. 3 red. Il.13ifl.15;
Deceniber. lsV4ttic: May, sGVtfWuo.
CORN No. 3 mixed. 6oJu64e; No. t
white, Eo&rtVic; December, 60&ovc;
OATS No. 1 white, KhUQSle; No. t
m xtd, M 101 36c.
BUTTER Creamery, 27c; firsts, 26c;
seconds, 2.1c; packing. 19Vc.
EGOS Fresh, 33c; seconds. 19o.
POULTRY Hens, 12c; roosters, Sci
Liverpool Uralm Market.
LIVERPOOL, Oct, 4. WHEAT Spot,
No. 1 Manitoba. 12s; No. 3. lis lid; No. 1,
lis 10d; No. 1 northern Duluth, Us 11;
INO. 1 rea wesiern wiuwi, . -hard
winter, lis UV4d- ,
CORN Spot, American mixed, new.
FLOUR Winter patents. 41s d.
HOPS In London (Pac (lo coast), 4tf5.
' Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 4. WH EAT De
cember, 84kc; May. ?He: No. 1 hard.
S'-p; No. 1 no'thern. 69SHo.
HARLET-e;i&04c rue, 8C2c.
CORN No. S yellow, Mrle.
OATS No. 3 white, 3JV4(M2c.
Bs. Loots Grain Market.
ST. LOUI8. Mo.. Oct, t. WHEAT N .
1 red ll.lKiil.18; No. 2 hard, 11.07
ber Vi,tiQ i My. "c.
CORN No. 2, 6ec; No,
59' c: December, &mtffi14c;
OATS No. 2, nominal;
at Kansas City, which early
U.OOu head received, with the
around l&o lower.
i- a, rl nnlw nirmg I
Tua demand at tbts point for beef
steers was brisk and the market opened 1
In good season in the morning, with
pr.ces fully steady. Packers were claim
ing that some ot the mors desirable kinds
were. If anything, a litt.e stronger. 1 he
traue was reasonably active anu a rnn
sldeiable proportion of the receipts
changed hands In good season.
Cows and heifers were In liberal supply
and everything that would do for atocker
or feeder purposes wss active anu imu
steady. Kllleis were steady or pretty
close to steady, but owing to the hPavy
run at Ksnsas City there was an under
current of weakness and In spots the
market may have been loc lower.
Blockers and feeders moved freely at
good steady prices. . ,
Quotations on csttlo: Uood to choirs
fed yearl.ngs, Sft.OrW.: fair to good fed
yearlings. 8N 60tf.OD; common to fair fed
yearlings, 8.6of.60; good to choice heavy
beeves, M nor. is ; rsir to goo cornfed
beeves. 8e.7Wff3.30; common to fair corn
fed beeves. le.lMt-l'.SO: e;ims grass beeves,
Sx.OuftK.tf; good to choice grass beeves.
17.401 8. 00: fair to good grass beevea .;
ti7.40; common to fair grass beeves, S&.WI
good to choice grass heifers. t 2IV
8.50: good to choice grse cows. 16.7 flj 15;
if tr to good co as, ldOa-75-. common to
I fair cons. S4 0o7e.uO; prim feeding
Steers l.iwis.iv; iuiiq 10 n "-e 1 ,
W 2titr7.7S; fslr to good feeders, S6.DKa7.2i;
-i.nmion to fair feeuers, Sn.i0till.50; good to
choice stockers. 37. 75418.00; fair to goiwl
giockers. S:.75ft7.76; common to fair
tocksrs. SS.503K.7S: stock heifers, SS 7ic
7 fO stock oows. S'.504W.a: stock calves.
$.- 50t.u0; vsnl calves. Sti.OuCllO.OO; bulls,
stags, etc.. 35.1W-iH
clearings in the United
w..- , ..uliu at-oieiliuur v,
e ported ponod to Brhdstreefs Journal, New) York,
. rL.I ..... 1... u..l,l ... ..1,
eU, Willi inn " ' - . u. . ( f.gie S4,VU,ilV,vuv, - . - -
. Other market points . njn ia, week and 33,KA),wi.voo In th.s week
receipts. . . 'fait year. Canadian clearing. 1 aggregate
SHii.Su?,!!, a-s against i(,'ii.uw i-i.
end SUV.0S7.O4' In this week lest year.
T7-nM)i r. tha rat urns for this weea
u.nk n.ntitairtn of phangs shown th.s
week as compared
wltn -this week last
t wlite, 50S
No. t white,
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
See Kethaway for that farm. Florence 223.
Seven rooms 3-story and attic at 111
S ,7 1 u 8t , one a.,d one-ualf b.ocas from
Farnam car line.
LIVINU ROOM, 18x30.
Beamed celling built-in bookcases and
window , m ats brick fireplace, burns
wood or coa1.
DIN 1 NO ROOM.
Paneled walla. Downstairs finished In
while quarter-sawed oak, except kitchen
huiit-ln dresser outside opening: to re
frigerator FOUR BEDROOMS.
Finished In white enamel. Two have
two closets each, two have one closet
Tiled f.oor and walls full tenth closet
I room, coat and linen closets.
From and back porch, also dining and
Lerte attic, k full-slsad windows heat
Full cemented basement. Oood fumaos.
Call on Robert Hunter, Bee Business
WALK I NO distance, 2438 Dodge, s-room
modern house, first-class condition,
ready to move Into: key at 240. Don't
fail to look It through. W. W. Mitchell,
owner. 1 bone Webster 475.
New 5-r cottage, s.iictiy mod., hot water
furnace. U.'JM. &lh and Boyd St. W. 4.W.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received In the of
fice of the Board of Commissioners of
fctate Institutions, Lincoln, Nebraska,
until 2-00 p. m. Monday, October 11, 1:M5,
for tbe furnishing of all material, sup.
plies snd labor, and the proper con
struction of the nursery addition at the
Nebraska Industrial Home. Mllford, Ne
braska; the bid to include the general
101. si ruction, plumbing and heating, and
electric wiring, according to plans and
speculations prepared by Joseph W.
Salmon. Architect, Lincoln. , Nebraska.
All bids must be accompanied by a
certified check for 6 per cent thereof
made payablo to the Board of Oorrun s
eloners of State Institutions. Plans and
specifications may be obtained at the
office of the Board, Stats Capitol build
ing, Lincoln, or at the office of tho
architect, first National Bank building,
The Board reserves the right to reject
any or a l bids. Lincoln, Nebraska, Octo
ber 1, 1915.
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
By LEO. MATTHEW'S, Secretnry.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
Notice Is hereby given that the regular
annual tnoetlns- of the stockholders of
the St- Joseph ft Grand Island Railway
company, for the purpose of electing di
rectors for the ensuing year, and for 4he
tranaactlon of such other business a
may properly come before said meeting,
will te he'd at tho prlnc'pal office of
the company In the town of El wood, In
the Mate of Kansas, at 9 o'clock a. m.,
on Tueadav, the nineteenth (19) day of
October. 1 9' 5.
(1RAHAM O. LACY. President.
W. N. PURVIS. Secretary.
NEW TORK. Oct. 4. COFFEE Re
ports of a better spot and of continued
steadiness In Braiil, gave the market
for coffee futures here quite a steady
tone today, although business continue
quiet. The opening was steady at an
advance of 3 to 4 points and the market
closed at a net gain of from 3 to J
points. ralps .7Ti0 bars. October, Slla;
November, 823c; December. 82'.o; Jnn
tinrv 6.30c: February, 6."4c; M-irrh, 8 3Sp;
April1. .(Sc; May. .4'ic: June, .hc; July,
C22c; August, S.Co; Set'tcmber, 8.7Ce.
Spot, steady; Rio No. 7. ;c; Santos
No. 4, c. Cost and freight offers were
M'fher with quotations ranging from
8 4'e to 8 80c for Santos 4s.
Rio exchange, unchanged; Santos, un
changed; Rio. TS rtls hluher.
NEW YORK. Oct. 4. COTTON Snot,
rte-dv; middling uplands, 12.50c; sales,
15L bsles. .
Cotton futures opened firm; October,
11.76.'; December 12c; January, 12.80c;
March. 12 (Tc: May II Kle.
Cotton futures closd steady; October.
l?3c; December. l2.V: January. l.73c;
M-rrh. lS0c; Msv, lS.Hc.
The cotton msrket closed steady at a
ret gain from 6 to 8 points from the
LIVBRPOriL. Oct. 4.-OOTTOV Snot,
steady: good middling, T.23d: middling,
4 9"l; low middling. 43d Sales, lO.OoO
Om Hay Market.
OMAHA. Oct 4.-PRAIR7E HAT
Choice unland: none here 3l2 0rt; Nn. J
S'Oftwn.ro: No. t n.orv'io.v): No. . T.vr
ted: croloe m'd'snd S11.W: No. 1. 1"
110": No. t. 8.oor'0on; No. 3, MmvMW;
rhol"e lowland. I1.00; Vn. 1. SOtpiO.60;
No. t. rrtVpo oo; No. 8. sioofli.oo
STRAW-Cholce whe.t. 8008.e0;
eho'e" eat or rye, UVweTIO.
ALFAI.F Choice alfalfa rjWVffU.50;
Xo. 1. 811.006 ll.M: No. f. 88.0OfflO.Ofi.
..!! 8 10
, . 1X0 I M
.. l 10 0
- I 0
New lork ....
Kansas City .
t li.o.nnall ....
Loa Angeles ..
New Orleans .
tilt hmond ....
St. Joseph ....
Malt Lake City
.l.l' ,ISM 14.1
r 1 so
no 1 on
370 T M
Ml t 76
117 8 (JO
it son 1 W
3 474 f
liuuD-iua weuk opened with a very
II.iil run. only auoui tiuriy-slx cars, or
l.ouv luau Leliig itortcU in. '1'lils is 40jIHDokana
snia.ier uiui .w y Ichlta
ihau lor the same uay a ear arfo, but is Macon ..
a a.n of auuul liiu Lead over Monuay oaklund
two weeks ww. ...... '.Scraiiton
inere was a lair snipping ounei urn jPorR
mori.iiig. ana snipoer ituyui l-i,uuiiuiii
for fully a third ot the net pis prices
weie tuliy a umic hlsher eaily, altuougn
laivr they boualit sume mutd bogs mat
were hardly thai good. A piece of a
load Set lop of H. 00. whils two full loads
on the lisht bulihur order reached 7 .
Packer trade was slow in getting started
and was mom or less of a sue ay deal IVoi pester
throughout. There was hardly enougn Chattanooga
siuii nere 10 nutse a 111.1 mi l. w ,111a
sullers started out pricing their holdings
on a loc higher bas s. It loosea tor a
while as thou-h ttu-y would have a hard
time gettiug better than stead prices.
After a session thst lasted through the
better part of tha forenoon, most of tha
sup' ly moved on a 6'(l'10a higher basis,
sltiiough some sales were quoted as Just
steady to strong.
Avrnm trait, waa tars-elv tJii 10c Metier.
wlLh aalta (luutabla aleadv to Wo ud. Re-1 2.9Vl'29o. Refined quiet: cut loaf
celnta mere so lUht. that while mcveinent I nominal: centrifugal, l.limlt-; molasses,
aa vsrv ilrmv throuahout. nearlv ev. ! 1 MMi IMa Refined, uulet: out loaf. 5 9k-
erythlng had been sold before U o'clock, crushed. S.c; Mould A. 6 46c; culies S.ISc
ve.'t or tns nacKina saies were maue si 1 a a a a nowuereu, .-; oowureu, o.'.n
New Haven .
Sioux city ..
l ittle Rock ....
lo.iU.wit 20. li
7.',smI.0Ui 11. 9
64, J 12,0001 s
ih.HWOJ 19. S
2t,4.tf,0a Ik. 2
13 .98,000 Stt.l
12 OM.oOO S.7
7. WI5.0OO 14.6
S.isoouil 7 1
8, il6,U0o 104.2
t. lH.0tS) 40.1
3 , 00O1 t.S
3.rnotiD 4. ......
3.4m .' 661
3.3V..11IO 6.61 '
Al..k OnM .
Amsiii-an Heet gugsr....
Amsrinsn Locomotive ....
Amsrlnsn 8. a K
Am. 8. H. M
Am. Hussr Itsflnln
Anurl in Tel. a Tsl
Ilaltlmors A Ohio
lirouklrn Rspl4 Transit..
t'Sllfnrnls l'strnlssm ...
('hesapMks a Ohio
ChlcMco (. W
Chlcc.i, M. A St. P
Chlraao a N. W
Chlcsio. R. I. A P. Rj..
( hind Copper
('nlorado Kssl ft Iron....
lnvr ft K. a. rra
tuitlllsra' Hseuiitles .... 1"0
Oansral Rlsetrle 11.400
(mat Nnrthsra p'4 I tM
(Inst No. Or etr 11. IHO
(lusssnhelm Biplorstlos.. 4.o
Inlisrbnroush lin. corp. t r0
ImiUealnln Oipr-ar 49,000
lnternatlonsl Harvester.. foil
Kanasa I'll Southern.... 1 7ft)
lhlth Valler 3,00(1
l.nul.vllle A Nuhvllls
Msileen !rirolsum lT.srs)
Miami Copper ti-CH)
1'ln.ill, K. A T p(d.... v
MiMourt 1'acltlo I
National lrsd 10 x
Navnila Copntr I(
N. York (Vntral 4.411O
n. r.. n. 11. a H 4 koi
Norfolk A Wailarn nut
Northvr Parl'lo ten
fucltlr Tel. Tsl ;no
Panna; Irani 8 401
Pullman falao Car 1 10a
Rar Cos. Copper tl.rm)
riaaitlin jg MX)
Hapuhllo Iroa Steal... is.ono
gouthsra t'aeirto A. 10,7u0
gnutharn Rsllwar 4.1 0
Mtudehakar ( ompsnf .... 1 not
Tanneaaas Cop par II, t' 0
Taias Company 1.4(10
t'nlon I'irKlo 14,0119
t'nlon Paell a prd 4"0
t'nltad Histas Htaal 144, O0
IT. g. Sla.1 pld 144
CUb Covpe. T 4
Waalarn Union 1 SfV
Wastinshoase Blsetrlo ,.17.I"S
Montana Powsr oo
Osnaral Motors 1.IU0
galas. Hlitk Low Cls
. 1.100 u sju, '
son 44 '4 44 4..
IKK 4 04H H14
T.410 Mil M 4
41 lft 74V, TO
u.too rrua m
IV IMS IMI4
1,X l 10IIS4
Lie mi te
U.Feo 7IS 7lt4
110 1S4 IOI14
31, o irr iiii
4. MO 17 S
t.400 tn m
40 4 S4
1 toe ru, i
7. M0 lsnal R7 W
10. TOO MV HH
I e hh iaw4j
l.n ansg, St 14
40 1? lit.
10, no ui tit!
4 oa 474 4i
1S.S0A i 4
31,600 list 11414
Total sals for the 4a r. l.UO.on
New York Money Market.
NTV TORK. Oct. 4.-MERCANTirjO
PAPFR 8''i3Uj per rent.
STERLING EXCHANOK Plxty -day
bills, 84 t; demand, S.716; cables, 4.7186.
SILVER liar, 4lo; Mexican dollars.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
TIME LOANS Firm; sixty days. SSff
34 per cent; ninety days, i1- par cent;
six months. S per cent.
CALL MONET Easier; hlrti, 1 per
cent; low, IU per cent; ruling rata, 14
fer rent; last loan, 144 per cent; closing
ild la per cent; offered at 14 Per cent.
C'losInK iiuotatlons on bonds today war
V. 8. rat, ta, rag ... 97 at. K. T. 1st 4s.. T44
do ci'tii os 47 Mo. fas. ev. ss.... 34
V. 8. a. rwt 114 UN. T. C. da. 4s. ...14
4s coupon 10 S'H. T. Olir 4SS....102S
V. I. 4a. raf........l N. T. Ruis 4SS....1S1V4
do coupon ISSS4M. T . N. H. H.
Panama la roupoo. .1 .ova ev. 4s .....112
Am. Hmaltars 4a.... 1H No. Psoitis 4s.
1 S So is
1 O. 8. U raf. 4s aiw
SIHfse. T. A T. is.
7t41'sns. oos. 4Sa.
U S dn (as. 4Sa-...
K'.SRaadlna (aa. 4a.
WtM. U a. f. I,
S8o. far. err. la,
Si'.l. do raf. 4a
74 80. Halloas la.,
A. T. a T
Armour A Co,
Hal. a Ohio 4S
an. yaclflo 1st
Chas. A Ohio 4Ss.
O. H. A q. 1. 4 ..
C M A 8 P ( 4Sa
C. R. I. A I', r. 4
r. a B r. 4S
tt. a ft. a. t. ..
Rrla (as. 4a
Oen. tlactrto ta..
lit. No, lat 4Sa..
111. Can ret. 4a..
to. so. ra(. as..
N. unl. 4s...
NEW YORK. Oct. 4.-SUCIAR Raw.
. So ev. 4s tis
.luiSl'. S. Rubbsr ts....lo4a
. 4l'. 8 8tael 44 IV1
. MHWkhash lat I. LOS
, 4 al Vnloa (Sa ... M
. 1 Weat. kite. cv. 4S..U4S
Local llnrki sad Roads.
Quotallons (urnlshad br Burns. Brlnksr A
444 Omaha National bank buliain:
Iftocka Bid. Ask.
A vary Compsnv. ptd....
Amarlran teurltlas. ptd A
Anns fcTiplualvas. pfd
87 r4i" 30, with ruush heavies ss low as
17 10. and a few sales scattered on up
towards the top.
40 I I
, 11 IM
1 40 4 ...
I sened supplb s
spite of the foct thst lea-
lad be. n I r. Icted (or 'hi
Oft ina4ls Market,
NF1W TORK, Oct. 4 DRT QOODS
ynns and yarna firm: carpet
week, one nl c supplies were on the lib
eral order, some 142 pars, or 38,000 head,
show.ng up. As usual the run was tar
larger than at any other point. Iielng
more than twl e as large aa the estimate
at either Chicago or Kansas City. To.
doy's receipts snowed a l.&oo head gain
over last Monday and were more than
l.OuO heavier titan fer tha same Monday
last year, but weie about kuo short of
two weeks ago. v
Advices from other points were slightly
hearts r, sna
fine ers 11 u Is ted. 4.WN3 diamond A. 4.90c;
confectioners' A. 4.00c; No. 1. 4.CDC. Sugar
futures opened essler today. At noon
prb-es were 1 to 4 points lower.
Receipts of live stock at five principle
Evawnraleal 4 pp'rs Ss4 Ilrled Krwlts
NTTW YORK, Oct. 4.-KVAl"ORATED
A PPLK8 easy. 1ut lareely nominal;
fancv. 8'i,bp: po'ps. 7vhh..; prime. 7c.
I'RIEl) FRUITS Prunes. Inactive;
finllforulas, SV.'l0c: OreKons. 74 7rTp.
Atirlcots. steady: choice. 7V(f!o; extra
pholee, $vtrc. Peaches, quiet: choice.
4160: efa choice, 6(i6'4c; fancy. .'jS.
rc. Rali-lns, steady; loose muscales
fS'OUc; choice to fancv, seeded, 1 W
k'c: seedless, 7Q4c; London layers, Sl-30
bank ot Omaha...
Daaas compsnjr. pfd X..t...
Iiul'oiit roodiT. pfd
Fairmont lYcamcrjr. pld
Falimotit Craainary, cum
Urul Wratern Hu(ar Co., ptd
Lincoln Telaphona Co.. com ,
Lincoln Oas A Klat(rlr, com
Omsaa A . B. Wt. Ut-. ptd ,
Omsha A C It Hf. A B., pfd
Colon Mtoek Yard, stotk
eulibarsar A sooa ,
Ant o-Kranph 8 par cant not as 1420..
C'hliasu Municipal 4a. 12 ,
1 Lincoln Tal. A Tal. ta. 1HI
la Ansales Hsllwar ts, 1K40
IMnaka Aui,torlum 4Sa, ls-4 ,
I Omaha Walar 4Sa. 1M1 '-,
Omaha A C. H Kt. Hf la. 1911
farlfle Tal. A Tal. la. 1141
W ichita I nlos Block Yards (a, 1W4.
NBW TORK, Oct. t.-MKTAIJ Lead,
84 fO Ppclter, not nuoted. Copp- r steady:
electrolytic. 818 36. Iron, steady; No. i
rorthern. SlS 26Jl.7&; No. 3. SOdl0.6O;
v '. , a, a I.W..H lut. vT ait 11
in umvr points were silgnuyi co. 1 shiiici, wu-.-' i-.,,. a, aw., a
local fade was slow lu get- Ifl" Tin. quiet at IJI .T,-Si J S.
ting sUrted. A few fat lambs wars i At London: noi copp. r. avi i s so ;
moving scale ward by M o'clock, h wevr, futures, 4.73 17s 4; sleclrolytlc. 81. Spot
st prices that were fully stesdy with tin. 149 6s; futures, 160 10s. Antimony,
last week's close, and In a spot or two 115. Iad, 23 12s Rd. Spelter. 67.
sue Ions were announced to take plaomlght have neen a little stronger. Three
to Few York r'nrlng the at week of ' loads of choirs stuff went to killers at Omaha Natter Market,
October; raw silk, firmer; dress guods i S8.76, ths highest flgurs psld since the Twenty-elm cents per pound to the
wcrs firm. first day of Septembsr. Several strings dealer 1 ths price this week.
Laaaaa Black Market.
I.ONDON. (Jet. . Transactions in the
American aection of the stock market
were prli clpallv In Canad an Pacific and
United States Steel st steady pries. Tha
otl er shares went neglected and tha clos
ing wss dull.
Hit V KR Rar, 23 lS-ltd per eunca.
MONEY 4' per cent.
UlSCuUNT RATH Short bllla 4S44i
per cent; three months 4s&47A per cent
' Bask t'leartasrs.
OMAHA. Oct 4. Bank clearings for
Omab- tuday were 8(. 246.002.28 snd for tha
Corresponding day lat year, t3.o08.777.6(l.
Moarlas Defeat Alkrlgfct.
T-e Mssdas encountered no difficulty
In defratinc the Albright team fejiindi
In a pme'tce airne ry ti e s"re of t ta i
Ths ODD I )T REVIEW, tssoed raaAty, la a
tarns, tlmalr leuraal revtavlag Nans Tata
ittrk Kachang sotlvltias rresi ta smsll ta
avatar' stasitnn"" ' rear. Sa-d aar aa
pip soplaa. rohllakad W Joka kalr a Ca,
41 Bruadarsr. N York Cur.
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