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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1915)
niK BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, OfTORER f, 11)15.
Moeaes ... II I ., I.. , .'-.
tROOM. modern hotme mo 8 ?th:$K
mod. Uli Hickory. Trior
fOR RENT Modern, t-roum cottage,
furnace heat, e.ectrlc light, full Cement
arnmeni. iM 3. ti'th St- Apply at
rV)R RALB -r. cot in tri, 1 blorka from
rnr lino; price retinotiablo. Phone liar.
B7 lH Wslnnt St.
f-r. mod. lui. m . i i .e t :iHth u
"OR Rf'.NT-All modern 4 room cottage.
half block from car, $J6; 7t9 8. i.'th St.
ffl M X7t.
Il4 8, 29th -r., all mod. hoim-, newly
paperej and raintKJ. fine shape, $-
UHin., iiou(. it.
$-RcOM, modern, jva IpplotonAve.
I ROOM8 ana sleeping porch, new doubt
house, at 8uth and Dewey; walking dis
tune; paved street; near food school.
Kent. 177 60.
AMERICAN BECURITT COMPANT.
XVug'a M1S. 17th and Pouiilns.
CVY cottage In Benvn. 4 rooms. l':
- I M I n-t I ' I VUQ
near car line ano avnooi. in. nm, a
WaTkINO distance 2S38 Podge. 8-rwm.
modern house; first-class condition;
ready to move Into: key at " Don't
fall to look It through. W. W. Mitchell,
owner. Phone Webster Vl
4301 IjAFATKTTB-6 rooms: modern ex
eept heat; handy three tar lines: nice
tmce to live; encap rent. n. t.i.
Hot water heat. 8-r., corner. $40.
l-r. brick, roomers, $T0.
O'KEEFf. REAL ESTATE CO.,
! Omaha Nat'l. Douglas m.5.
t'JKflo 6-R., all modern.
kfloo .K.. newly papered: So. Fide.
fl.-O tVR., near car, rchool: Po. Side,
12.00 3-R., iiear car school. So. R de.
$14l l-H.. elec. light, cement base
Hient; V-l Ik. to car.
$38.00 10-R., tl.it, modern; on cur line;
t-m n. walk to Union depot
itn.00 8-11., fumlHlied.
40.oi 7-H., West Fa nam imftirnlha.
IB.no 2-R., partly furnished for light
125.0 Olftce room with ek light; heat
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANT.
Douglas 6013. 17th and Douglas.
PEVFN and FIVE-room ho'isog. Modern?
Walking distance. Douglas 469.
Gordon Van Co. &
a n. nth M.
Tl D ,94 or Har. 1937.
GOO I J auto sauss loom ou rarnam eL
Verr reasonable rent. lei. Doug. 40S9.
fun ana Storage
i. Call us lor es
tates lor mov-
nipping. 171 J Webster tit
Thona Doi'glaa 2S8 for complete list ot
scant houses and apartment:, also for
storage, moving. I'-tn M..J J-h-kkuii i-i.
MluOM house, all modern, 2.32 Meiedltn
avenue, two blocks from 24th and Ames
uvtnue. Telephone Webster 336.
Stores, moves, packs, ships; 3-uuiu aa
anJ t men, $1.2 per lir.; storage U pr
i.io. SKltHiacMun uuiir. it. .it Ty. 230.
Hnnon. Crclgh bona st Co., llUg.
OUSCH , H(i VHTtm ,,f ,.,v
fc-iooin inoUern, d&th uiauicw
7-rooin, downtown, $27.60.
Whlolli i lASBCKY. D. 15.2.
CLOtiB ,N 614 8. lAii; seven lmi, mod
ern; hot aier heat; reui, $.8.iu.
Jll S. tjlh Ave; seven rooms; nearly
tie; besi of everything; rent, fcu.o0; sav
car tare, itiiray ojw.
7-K. new house and bbrn, eleouio
lUlns and fui.iuce. $1.
l-lt. house, strictly modern, 130.
8-R. apaxuueut, strictly modern, IB
TOLAND A TRUMBULLi.
448 Bee B.dg. ijoubIm 7".
$171731 LAKE, C rooms and bath.
20 XU Jones, rooms anu bain.
OlAJVKK si 8rAlii,
Doug. 39b. i City National. o
EEE lle Crulrai Furiulure tM a t'lc
J. C. Reed
Exp. Co., moving,
pucklng & stoma,
lui'i k-arnain. It. m
nouee, luuu. ex. iieat. Tel, Web. lot4
Blurra and Ol flees.
FARNAM STREET BTORE.
2210 Kariiam Slieet, ZJxl32 leei; good
basement, sieam licat, moutra snow win
uo. Call us for tonus of lease.
UKOitUE at COMlJA.iY,
Douglas li. augCtty .Nat. toankBldg.
WANTKD TO Bl V
OfrfcJC. luuuiUit l'cuiil una sulii.
C. Heed, 1A r amain. Lour. Wits
Kale ouys eeiH in ud nunn. eu. wi
h Kill HICCS lor ! tmnllK t !
WANTKD TO KENT
S, 4 OR i-Hooni iioaue or at, lurulshvd.
Answer quick. A Wl, .Bee.
WANTED TO BORKOW
$8,000, WiLiU pay 7 per cent lor live
year temi. ttood steal lly. C li, itce.
FARM A U ..- k.itMK FOU SAI
Live ta Coiuuiu, tojutt ueiter.
euntu Co.. 4.i it v i-y
FOR 6 A UK OR LEAS;-Any part of 4.000
acres Hear rukeUn, buhatenevvau. 1
raifci-l iuu.uuo buaneis oi oais olid
busnels oi ilux vii kauu tins year, f nee
cheat, and teinis very easy. ria.iK Ciuw
foru, Oinaiiu, iseb., or nubeiuwii. osk.
$10 PER ACRfc. a.. el upwarda Upland
farms ou iue ilmi .i Cvniral. k ine
cliiuui, rich doiI, ai.olia, ci.in und cuc
tm. Appiy . f. hiei.t lnw, onmha.
$40 ACRES, iu mncs froin Mlnnearolla
one mile front town; lux acres nder
culuvaliuu; taiuiiin u,el fur psstuie.
Can iTuciieaiiy ail be cuiliviHd, heavy
Boil; guou ki LuiiUiiiks, tuu.LU.g ut H
room nuUae, laias naiu. tianai, corn
cribs, wimi iiiuia. ete. . tin uuu .ili v. u
ducs IM bunneis ol corn per acre; tele
puuue in Iiuum, cvuniiy luiuaiy seailed.
coiupiets set ot unoiiiuiery ; a iiead ot
sloca, consistiiMC oi u cows, baiancs I
and i'-yeai-oiOs, six good norj. liug,
enlckeii; oiic-tiaii ol tins years crop
and veryunug tos larin sues at xai
per acre, bait cash. c'vat Bros., luj
riyntouin tnu4-. iUiiiew.'oi,. Mum.
yuH ALK tlx highly liupruveu aouin
ern Minnesota lauu. Alo uii.i.iro.ej
Mmneuta piairie lauo. Small paynieui,
eauy terms. Jan. A. mron Oiava Capi
tol. tt. 1 aul. Minn.
Improved Mu-acre place adjoining
Kprmgiuneh. Hall lu eu.tivailnn; ut
in abalta. Kunnlng aater. per acre,
laeerai terms. A auap.
PANr. l.ViiolJa.NT COMPANY,
Omaha Nat. liana . lilJg., Ouiaua.
W. o. IbAfuvitiA-eiiy piouerty,
lands every wueie, iaiius, lain In a, mans
anu Insuraiioe. Asa about uiy oreiiard
IIUkHMIllUD. SU IMS bitig.
FOR BALE By owner, U0 acres well Im
proved larin In etutial Neoraoxa. Fur
price aid ueacrlptiun wii.e M. T. Keai
tiey, lut Lousiaa be.. Omaha
A FARM THAT WILL 11 Li 1'uU UKT
FAttl OK THAT HVb. iiCNOktt.Lt
IM acres, it miles iruiu fruusore, half
jU.e I rum seiiooi. tvtr acre gouu run
clay soil. Clay subsoil, no waaio laud; lit
aoies in cultivation, 41 acres altatia, &
acta aluie anil natural hay. Houae of
i rooms, bain, r,um tor In. rata, ainidd
mow room: Cattle shed, hog houae, ei.. ex
en bouse, curu cr.b, ia..iy, etc. Oood
cellar and storm cave, well, windmill ai d
tana; farm well toured. Imprv.v emenu
arv all practically new. If sold at one,
price $46 per acre; $4.ti0 by Match L your
terms on balance at per cent, ben
you see this, you will want to Join live
army of prosperous Ltoono cout.ty (inn- J
aaa. AaUbxuua tiros,. FrtmreNK;. Neb.
KKAL V&T ATE WEST
FA MM A Hi MM I.AAlllt FUR HALH,
fPPER WISCON BIN Best dairy and
geueral crop slate 'n the union; settlers
anti; lanua for sale at iu puces on
essy terms. Ask for booklet J4 on Wiscon
sin Central La. id Grant. Excellent lands
tor stuck raunug. If Interested lit fruit
lunUs ask for booklet on uppie ortliarda
A'ldress Land and InUusiriHl Ueiru. Ho
Uiie ItMliway. Mlnueaouils Vlnn
HAVE YOU A FARM FOR 8ALB7
Write a good dseilptun of your land
ard send it to tut bloux City, ia.. Journal,
"Iowa's Most t'oworful VS ant Ad Me
dlum " Twsnty-flve words every Friday
evening, batuiday n.orning aud every
Saturday eveuing and Huuday moinunl
for on month, giving sixteen ads ou
twelve dlllerent oays lor Ui or 6U woros.
K or 'ii words, t.
l.rgost circulation of any Iowa news
psper, ioy.ouu readers dally tu four great
Oit 6ii-E m acres ot lana In -.an
Co.; will trade for city propel r Vi
cash; balance to suit purchaser; t acres
of good farm land; balance pastore.
Gerne Mct:arter, a.ilu Miami Phone Wal.
1133 or call between 7 and $ P. m.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
tiuw iu 4i,m nuuio prouipuy. . i.
W ead. vad bids-, ln.li i amain ttea
e.J'1 x and I aim loans, a, Pr ceul
J. H. Uuiiiont co.. 41 fttate Hank.
A "tor aie ' ad will turn secoud-band
t inilurw into ctian,
FAKA16 and city loans at lowest rates.
ToLAi tt iMUlauLiLL. 44o Uee tlida".
Oil property, liaise loans a eiaii.
W. ll- I IIOIUSS ri'y onit
UAMbu-ouwi lauu and city wmu at
PKlKlts TRUST CO.. la Farnam.
OJaAilA uoinca. but le-uiaa laiina
g h.Lc.t t. KKAl. fcbTAia. CO.
Hut Oinaua National. Fhoue koi:xiu 271a.
MuMil on hand lot tlty and larin loana
11. V. Uinuur. .ity rvai-.oiiai fi
,il till X.OAN6, C. ti. Canoerg. it.
M nranaeis i neater ?ii. i
MoNc to loan ou tasveiu mmrwim
farms. Immeu.ale action. United eta tea
1 1 lift toi..ibiiy. t'mrna. rven.
iiAVirv nn hand for cltv and farm loans.
I ei u. . kuui,,r. CiLk National liana Mug
IIKAI. ESTATEv-EOU EXCHAXtiE j
FOR BALK OR TRADE
441 aires. Lincoln Co., Neu.; fenced,
ati.dinil.. snia I buildings. Want mall
property lu good scnool town.
' BOX avM.bCiieixi-i-K.NBH;
V & im euuny ai a iie acie lot at
lletison; luortgahe Will tuKe clear
vacant lot or equity in cottage. Aduresa
K e4l. t are Bt e.
o-ROOMTti-lcUy modern bungalow, north
e-.- - III ex- .
rn'aiiKe' $i.v equity ou g carter aectlon
m KunLa.l or Manner coune.a i u u tj
value. Addiaas O Mi. care lice.
UEAI. ESTATE ACREAGE
FOR RE1NT OR SALE.
Two or four acres with .vater; will
rent or sell; tor feeding; one mile end
half from stock yard, l'hoiie ho. 13!1.
REAIi ESTATE I XVEST.MEXTS
This Is a S-slory and basement brick
bu lulng, having retail sloiea and t-
room hotel. Lot ated on east front corner
lot. IX-'xie ft. This Is on a v-year lease,
without reappialsement when present
leatte-s expire; the rental from stores alone
will pay taxes. Insurance, lease-hold,
rental and Interest on tlio Investment,
leaving In'-ome from hotel fur profit,
George & Company
City Nat. Lank Rldg. Douglas 73.
REAL RsTATE WEST SIDE
642 ?--?ton "lock
ilr. i!ra. ani Miss Public,
E3?.r Sir dncl Mesiarnfls:
Wo dealro to thsmkt oongratilato, (and conv
aend the cood Judgnent of) those of you who have al
ready cade your eeleotion of lota in LKAVFTpOF.TH
HEIGHTS and at the same time to notify the othera
that the Opealns Sale prices of $450.00 to $675.00,
(exoept Leavenworth Street frontage), will prevail
for one week but not longer. The above prices in
clude water, gas, sewer and oement sidewalks,, all
paid. Te3 $9.00 to $13.50 cash. and $9.00 to 13.50
Tie haYe to date eold Juat one-half of the '
entire plat, a sale record. never before equalled in
QariTiSL, in the S3ine lencth of time, for property of
this classy This is the beat evidence that the prices
and the property are not only right, but exceptional.
Leavemrorth Heights ia in a class by itself.
It is restrict ao, not too much, but just enough to
n:ake it ?n ideal placo for homes, and to insure ad
vance in value. It is a classy addition at moderate
prices for cl&,33y people of moderate means.
Call ct our office, or call Douel,-e 1722,
and It 'ill be our pleasure to show you this proper
ty. (This invitation includes Ak-Sar-Een visitors.)
or t---Vj T,?;.vn"orth Street Car or Jitney, et off
at 'lor' Street and ycu are there.
P. S. 7i::'r-it ov.-r decide for ycurfirtf. C--n
ycu rope to nvcr .a-'-.in st a let in an up to dy.te
iri.-idtr, r?rt-.rict' id 'it Ion to Omaha, (within 15
oinutea1 . street cr.r tin? fror-. "dOT.Ti-tc-T.") -:ith
water, sever and rerr.e.nent sidewalks ill ; rc-
vided, at anything like our pj-rticnt prices and teiT
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
A Few Chickens
Some Fruit and a Cow
Would reduce the high cost of living a groat deal.
Lay Your Plans Now
and Select an Acre of Ground
That is well located and will increase in value like the
Acres and Half Acres
in Benson Gardens
Located along "West Main Street, paved road, between Benson
and the New Town of West Benson. It only takes $10 to get
started, then $10 monthly payments on an acre (equal to 6 to 81
regular city lots). Don't put it off. Now is the best time to j
look over acres. Call at office or by phone for plats and price
Hastings & Heyden
1614 HARNEY STREET.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
3906 North 17th
Tou should take time to see this brand
new all mod. tungalow; front room la
12xl4 ft.; large reception, with cloak
cloaet; large ulnlng room with wln.'ow
scat, plate rail and panel; bookcases
between dining room and living room:
beam celling in both front rooms; oak
finish In living room, dining room and
den or combination room; large bed
rooms, well arranged k.tchen, pantry
and Ice box room; enamel and tile bath
room: 2d floor unfinished, could finish
2 large rooms; large baement, furnuce ;
hrat; base of houne 24x42 ft ; full act of
screens and shades; fixtures can be'
selected by buyer; fine east front lot;i
paved street; only 1 blk. to car. I'rioo,
f.'l S0: terms, or lot as first payment.
This Is not the ordinary bouse you see
for sale, but there are few built In
Omaha like It.
101 MoCague Bldg.
Doug lag 1CS3.
We have a very classy, new, G-roum
bungalow, 24x40, that is up-to-date In
every reapect; oak lluuh and oak f oora;
full basement; large attic; located 6TS
North 24th tit., where all homes are new
homes and where many homes are being
built. We will make terms to suit pur
chaser. Norris & Norris
400 Iiee Bldg.
rhone Doug. 4JT0.
, r. -a i'- . , r
of Omaha. D. 79 1. write It I Vinton ht.
Hul fK fir sale: C rooms bath, recep
tion nan ana tun casement ; all modern.
If taken at onre can g -t It from owner.
$') cmhIi. balan'e $.'2 per month, tall
tl Fowler Ave.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
REAL JEST TBi WEST SIDE
Seven rooms J-atory and attic at 114
fc. w7tn 8t., one and eue-lialf biocas fruit.
Farnam car Una.
Tl ed vestibule.
I.1VINO HOtjM. 15X.10.
Ilnamed ceiling built-in bookcases and
window seats brick fireplace, burns
wood or coa!.
Paneled walla. Downatalrs finished In
while quarter-sawed oak, except kitchen
Iml.t-ln dresser outside opening to re
frigeistor. FOUR BEDROOMS.
Finished In white enamel. Two have
two closets each, two nave one closet
Tiled f onr and walls full lenth closet.
hroom, coat and linen closets.
From and ba k porch, also dining and
Lure auto, a full-slxed windows heat
Fu'l cemented basement Oood furnaee
Cull .on Itobert Hunter, bee iiustneas
New, T rooms sleeping porch, osk and
birch finish, oak buffet and bookca.es,
beam cel. Ing, doubie floors, mirror doors,
guaianteed furnace; Corbln hardare;
test material and workmanship through
out: suiitn Ironi; rlo.te to car; best buy
In Omaha. Owner, Doug as la2.
distance, as Dodge. -r.vom
modern house. first-class condition.
reBJy lo ,ov, !, key t Uva
fall to look It through. W. W. Mitchell.
owner, phone Webster et . a.
NFV4 &-ROOM POTTAOF..
ai.Onfl takes my equity of 2I.S.VI; would
coiittider auto part payment. Wal. -iO.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
REAL ESTATE WEST RIDK
A New Home
Ixicated on Wekelcy St., between Dav
enport and Chicago, 41st and 42d 8ts., on
a south front lot. paved street. In a
district where many new homes are be
ing bul t. Has S rooms. On the first floor
there Is a reception hall, living room, sun
room, dining room and klichen. On the
s cund floor there are 4 bedrooms, bath
and stairs to attic, oak finish on first
floor, excepting Kitchen. Oak floors on
second story. First class plumbing and
heating throughout, pressed brick fuunda
tl n. Foasesilon run be given at once.
House now conn leted and ready to move
Into. This can be purchased on a small
payment down, balance about the same
as rent Hee us about It at once.
Hastings & Heyden
W4 Harney Bt.
This fine bungalow will be ready to
occupy In about two weeks. Buy now
and choose our fixtures and decora
tiona Has $ rooms; wl.l be completely
modern, oak floois and finish and all
thut Is needed to make a cosy home.
This place can be bought on easy pay
ments or you can put in a good vacant
lot as the first payment. Me sure to
see It todny If you want a dandy home.
Address 41111 Chicago SU
Creigh, Sons & Co.
Douglas it A).
VH Bee Bldg.
Near Cathedral and Saunders
S Works Farnam lino, east front, COR
NFK; nearly new; auuare style. Spend
$1.V) to cement basement and put In
wa.ks and you have a 4 huti place. Oet
our price. Takes only $3u0
U'ivocfe Real Estate Co.
1014 Omaha Nat l.
New &-r. cottage, an! t.y moil., hoi watur
furnace. li.Mt. Xnh and Uuyd ot. W, 47u.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH 8IOK
liUANi) iNEW COiTAGE
4 rooms, stairway to floored attic with
.Inished bath room, cement basement and
walks; city water, gas. elm-trio lights,
sewer; Juat one block to car line; lot
a0xl2H; located near slat and Pierce S s
I'rne ti.'OA); $.ti cash, balance monthly.
A neat home for some one.
U. U. CARLBLRG,
212 Hrimtlels Theater Bldg.
Just being completed, S rooms, oak fin
ish, furnace, modern, fine basement,
cement wa ks; east front lot. Price.
litKJU; located 2314 H. 36th Ave.
(J. G. OARLHERG,
SI2Brande!s Theater Bldg.
4-r. house, full lot; good oondltlon: well,
clntern; elec lights: paved sidewalks;
close tu school and car; $1,100; tsv catli,
$1 per mo. Wi Washington. Sout lim.
HKUT OFFER TAKKs THIS.
Rlx-room, fully moilern, practically
new; 2 rooms d.ivvnaial a, 2 rooms and
bath upstairs Near Hanscom pitrk and
vvl'hln twenty minutes' walk of down
town district. Muat te sold by Novem
ber I. Ve Owner, Tyler rm
FIELD 'LL H DiHTItlCT.
I til 8. Hbth 8t. Mm. modern,
$1,041 cash, bal. $00 mo.; occ. by owner.
THE ART OFSRLLINfl" FOR CAHll!
Tlila little brochure explains fully how
we ran sell your real estate or busln ss
for rash, nn matter where located. W e
mean it. Write today describing what
you have to sell, buy or exchange, and
receive this booklet frei. B. F I.OOB
Co., 4j3 W. Walnut St., Des Moines, la o
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Caih Wheat ii Strong and Sells from
Two to Four Cents Above Mon
PREMIUM ON WINTER VARIETY
OMAHA. October 6. 1S1&.
Csh wheat e su-uua lua. Svtiina
ftA'.n 4C to c bian'r. i lie reee,ls ol tins
ivita. my Hob!, but toe dvuiauu
t ue usiil Himrr srtriy aoui several
Cents aouve Ine velvet cliufC wueat.
t ...iii Mas uunted urn nuriaeu to He
h.fei.er- i ue nemaiid tin t orn was n.l
vi stroiih. tut v,ai SiitttvHIit to taae
i'ui oi ti.k ii.nt reit-ipix.
Tuiiow corn aunt at a premium of about
ki' a-ovj v e me mime.
Ihe oh is i.i.ii x t mas quite active and
so n umi.unxrd to lr iimiier.
Ibere n very few amipios or tnis
ci i ai ou tue iioor, but tueae soid very
He was quoted Vc higher and liarley
was n.ni I nil y un ImnM-il.
iveriMKii siwi: H hni. .'iii'it nmncr;
corn, unchanged to I VI lilacr.
rniliiii v a .im l i , 1.,. were I.)H.i.iin
biiM.iels snd aulpmeiiln I KU.itO bushi ls,
aaaiimt ioovl, t i of 2.n(K buslieU and
Ii I'ineu.s of I.Jv.iaO ii. is .els 'a t y "'.
1'rl.na o.rn rrcvl. ts ere Lllt.iCO bush
rl and slnjiieuia bUine s, K. .i t
reei. ia of 4Ai.iati biisnels and vltlpinenta
of l,oi.ta buaiiels last year.
unary oats receipt er. j.ti.hiu onan
els and slt.pu,ents xkh,ioO buKhels, asa :iat
ifcili tK of l.mw.utu bu.-h.ls and snlinnents
ot tA.vno bus. .els taut ye.tr.
NV neat. Corn. Oats
CI loagn IW
Kansas City lot 1
Ht l.ouis 110 til
ii.oau aatus were r porud today:
beat no. t bard winter: 4 ears. 11.04.
No. s leiil wmevri 1 car. tl.utt; 1 car,
tl ulW: cars, el.til ; 4 um, ino. 4 bald.
w.iuer: 1 eais, ll.uu; 1 ca. VM-. cars. vc-.
tar V.c; I car, ttemplu: 1 car, lo,
I tar, K.-K . 1 t ar. beallna. ; 1 car. 6N:.
No. surma-: H cars. Si.ui. No. mixed:
I tar. i.Ui .o. 4 diiroui: I oar, U7c. No. 3
velvet chart: 1 car. ti.U); 1 car, V1.
Rye-No. i: 1 chis. MCw. Coin Mo. t
while: 1-4 car, .w No. S white: 1 oar
.Vc: X care, a.-Wo; 1 car. nuHC No. C white:
I tar, auto. No. 2 yellow: 6 cars, Wv.
No. 1 yellow 1 car. Mi to. No. 2 mixed 2
cars, Wo. No. I mixed: 1 car, near yel
low. b,e; l car. Iilun mixed. . Wc; I 1-e
cara, ttc No. mlxetl: 1 tar. 6c. Oats-
standard: I car, 3.1 vie. No. 1 white: X cara.
cihc: cars. Ji'mo. No. 4 white: l car.
He: I cars, ltu.
Omaha Cash Prices Whent: No. 1 tur
key. lltftfl.Vl; No. 2 turkey. $1.0411 Us ;
No. 2 hsrd, Ilfttjl04; No. 3 hard. lUr
11.0 H; No 4 hard, KVfti.O": No. t spring.
I1.V101; No. X irl.iB, efi1.00: No. 2
durum. tTtyffWr; No. J durum, filtiaiMp ;
no gmde, Wiic. Corn: No. 2 white. HSH
j(Vc; No. 2 wh.te. r.6m8y,c; No. 4 whits,
K)t4e: No. t white. l4V4p.4o: No.
white, M fj'JJV0! No- vellow, tK'ifjoUVtc ;
No. I ye. love, MUMV: No ye low, 67Vi
(Mc; No. 6 yeliow, 674i6ie; No. yel
low, l7Cf7H-. No. 2 mixed. rinSo; No.
2 mixed. MWoo; No. 4 mixed. Mir'Hc;
No. 6 mixed. Mtf 6L,r; No. 6 mixed, M
SVr,. Oats No. 2 white, X.4fc84: tn
nrd. a.'imiM'iic; No. 2 white. K.'TC2V::
No. 4 white, 3IViS2i.. Rarlev: Ms Hint.
4ft1fiV: No. 1 feel. 4tvt'4Jc. Rye: No. i,
b9wc: No. S, Mi-ywv.
Chicago closing prices, furnished Ths
Hee bv lxin Itrrsn. stork and grain
brt-kerw. ?Mf Plxt otth utiy.t, Omnha.
Artlfle Open.) HlgH.I low. It l.se Ves y.
Whent I I I
I'ec.ltSS-SH 10"4 W A
May.WU',,l 1 U. M'lWiA
tern: i i i
Ieo.. f4fV IV. IVi,
Ma y . Hitsfl M XSii U
Oas: 1 I
Oec.l irf;!MHflu! v
M a y . J7Ti JlVx H W
Jan.. 1 71-70
A Asked. 11 Bid
Chltsgo Cash Prices Wheat: No. I red.
ai.ii. itn. a rca. ai.tmtni.w: rv n a nam.
$1 OTwOl.m. Corn: No. 2 yellow, 24,WWc;
No. 4 vellow. tUo. lists.
a while. 31'
ti siandsrd. S.liS.mo.
Rye: No. 2,
97c. Barley, tM'4Jo. Seeds: Timothy,
$6.t8T.fci; clover. tlJ.rCO 19.W. Provisions:
Pork $13.C7Vt; laid. il.0.; i Ua, $.otVti'9.uilie,
Bl.T'lfc.R Wttady; crtuinery, 211715.
EOGH Unset lied: reeelnts. t.4n0 cases:
at mark, cases Included. iMiINhc; ordi
nary fl.ats, 2.-fci?:iUe; firala, 24tl-tc.
i-otatokk -Higher: i t ceipts. so cars;
M chl-tan ani Wln-oiiflii whites. 4,iooc:
Minnesota white, ITM", .Minnesota Olilos.
POCLTIty Alive, hlklier
NEW lORK liKKKML MARKET
tlnotatlona of the Day nm Varloaa
NKW YORK, Oct. S ""LOCR-Easy;
spring pntenta, $Ti.CViX f
WHRAT-Hpol, firm; . i red and Ko.
2 hard, $!.n'i c. 1. f. New York; No. 1
northern Duluth. $1.07Vx and No. 1 north
ern Manitoba, Wc c I. f. Buffalo; fu
tures, firm; December, ll.tmv
OOIIN bpot, steady; No. 2 yellow, 72Hc
OATSSpot. easy; No. S white. S8V4340.
HAY Hteadv; No. 1, $1.25; No. 2. l.ld;
No. J1.00; ahlpplng. ic.
HOPS Steady: atste, rommon to
choice, 1915, 2-.'ti29c; 1K14. 12o; I'aclflo
coaet, 1915. HunlHc; 1914. lttfj iJio.
HlDEii-gteiidy; Bogota. amSJlc: Cen
tral America, 20c.
U3ATH Kit Firm; hemlock flrsU,
83c: sreond. 21(J;32c.
PROVIWIONS-Pork. firm; mess, $10.00
N.S0: family, $30.tV;i22.00; short clesr,
lt.fkbT0.U0. Reef, steatiy; mess, $l!i.5X!i
17.00: family, $18.0ft li.go, Lajd. strong;
middle wet, $.1.109.S0.
TALLOW Strong: city, 6Hc; country,
8Ho; sneolal, tio.
BI'TTFR Flrni; rrrna, is Tits !
creamery extras. 2SV29c; firstg, SdA
i2t"e- rc-.ls, Zi'0'Vic.
j FOOH Firm: rec Id's 16.774 esses: freh
, gathered extras, ii'ulic; extra firsts. Z'l'4
w Ma-a, me; serums. XJfflbC,
CHEKHhWtesdy; receipts, 2.4 0 boxes;
state whole milk, fresh tints whites itp"-
t lais, in-; t-oioied. 1 t)i M,c; wipe and c I
1 or-d average lanry, HHJ(14c.
POULTRY Live, dull; western chick
ens, l-.'u'ir Vc arked: f wls, 1& (Ul"o anted
ilrestetl, steady; western frozen rousting
ch ckens. I'"' 2'c; fiesli fowls. Iced, 14(lhu,
Kanaes Cltv rirsla and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 6 WHEAT So
t htrrt. $l.07il 10; No. 2 red, $1.14421.17;
in cumber. sB-irMic; May. 9k-.
CORN No 2 ml . fn. Vo '
6oc; December. So' tJ-oOSc; May. t'V,fi6?Sc.
will reuui e Iniuuncd, swollen
Joints, Sprslng, Dtulseg, Soft
Bunchrs; Heal lloilg, poll
L-vil, ymttor, t Istula, or
any unbsaltby ior
quickly st ll a) s saatttre satiMii
Sa4rirailrl4a ftcaautf w aat, 4 oca
not blister e4t kaatlai er ra
svam tks salr. sag y ass week
ike setie. (2.00 sr suals, sdle.
ABSOR6INE, JR.. snrterra llalmeai wsnkM,
gaducaa faialul. tvollra Vcina Cvtiir. Wen, atraiac
grulM. Sks ls a4 loltamauitioa. frka Il ia) an bueM
at Saaiara mt scurarW. Wul all ae sairs If fee eike,
Mnutartiirfsd only tv
W..Vv)UNtl.P O.F..104:eatttSl.trlnflflla. Mast.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
Snap for Cash
Lot 76x136, south front, on paved street
between 6uth and Mat; paving paid- u
full; price reduced to $1,700 for quick sal.
Tyler 1U4. Bute Bank Bldg.
F tare ace.
, See N'ethaway for that farm. Floreace 228.
OAT-No. i white. Wir,c Ha. I mlied,
HfTTHn Cresmrrf. !7r: flrnts. Jc:
sernniln, Ik'! pa- k rut. 1KH.
l-.ti(J4 FVesh, 2.1c; mnimli, 9f.
IMII.TKV-H.nx 13oi roosters. e:
CIIICAOO URAI titu rnoviio!"
Fealare-a nf the Trading i4 tlaatagi
Prices Hoard! af Trade.
CIIICAOO. Oct. a Wall street buying
uss a at'iieraiiy aererted reaoon for a
material upturn thut tot.k place t"lsv
In the wheat market. Only atiout half
f the advance was held, nowever, that
loae heinj unsettled. Net gains
amtnmteti to me, with I leeember at HM-e
and May at ll.tk.tt,. Other leaning ntapla
ill rinl.thetl luxl.er. torn was up Uti-VO
t c out 'W'ic to '4c and provlalona
12H lo a.
letlef developed strongly that eastern
j-tock wheal aiM-culatnrs were lnvtating
in whest a larae r ic'titue of thair
lirofila 1 he tact that on the ensuing
i.Uik the rvailting saica turned out to
nv iitiltk and iitavy did not seem to
disturb the op.nion, and waa as ribed
oi.lfily tr tiret.atire f t aiiflOlmi wneat at
Miuiieaiolls and to goasip that the
tanaduiti duty en shl.menis to the United
Slates would soon be repealed.
ialnng off in receipts northwest, and
bete rw well, ave the bulls an advan
tage that was made the most of. and
especially during the llrjrt hall of the
t.ay. Another a,. men of strength lay In
the newa thai lvcrionl quota H ns were
In the a. Ivan, e, Ili itl.h millers reported
nervnua and the estimate of the trench
crop slioi-taKr rnlaed to i0(,frt buahels.
On the other hand, th dlfftctlty of ab
lalnlng frtlaht room to Kudih seemed
to me mure than ever acute.
'trn values rvae mainly ss a re stilt of
fr'rlng tempctsturca, arrompan ed by
tnt rriwtrt o' et.n Hnmnire. Hear lead-
era, however, were aggressive sellrra on
tint aovai.ee. oaia iuhowii corn bnorts
were tho liest buyera
1'rovUlms Jumped In conaequence of
report ot larre and Immediate trsnaao
tl'ni of rash nwata and because of higher
prices on hog. It was said to.OoO tierces
of lard had been sold for shlrment to
Knr.pe and that 2.MO.O0O pounds o bel
lies had also been diepoaed of.
Minneapolis Urala Msrkrt.
MINNKAPOU1S. fct. l-WHEAT-IV.
remher. NT.c; May, '1tc; No. 1 hard,
$1.01: No. 1 northern. tirfill.OO,
Kt-OI'R Advanced. Fancy patent.
f:.!); rirst clears, I4.00; second clears.
COHNNo. 3 yellow. f1e.
OATH No. 2 white. S2v.Uo.
t. I.oala drain Market.
BT. LOtI.S. Oct. 6. WHEAT No. t red.
I1.IIM IJ, No. 2 hard, $1.07; December,
U.t'S. May, II.OOVni'l.OuTk.
COIIN-No. 2, 5,c; No. white, 811
rpt-c; Ueceml-er, MWSc; May. etVi).
OATH No. 2, nominal; No. I white,
Liverpool firala Market,
LIVERPOOU Oct. B. WHEAT Spot,
No. I Manitoba. Us Id; No. 2. 11a lid;
No. 2, Hi lid: No. 1 noithern Duluth, lis
f.d; No. a red western winter, no stock;
No. 2 hard winter, no slock.
CORN Spot American mixed, new, h
NFTW TORK. Oct. 6.-COFFEaWWnlle
bt.sinrss was by no means general the
narket for coftee futures was a little
active bidny, wl.h Indications that the
continued stcadinem or liraxil ana a
somewhat imnller Increase In the world's
vletbln statement for Septemlver than
expected, hail attracted a little Wall
street Interest. The market opened at
an advance of two plnw, and closed
at a net gain of six to eleven po.nta, with
March selling at 4.47c and May at .Mo
lu the late trading, bales were ll.ljo
bags. Closing bids: October, 4.27c; No
vember, 4.auc; Decemtier, 4.3Gc: January,
.3c; February, .44o; March, 4.48c; April,
ti.rJt:: May, S.&Hc; June, 4 6Jc; July, fi.dvc;
August, .7o; fveptember, 4.77c. Root
market, steady; lUo. No. 7. $o; Santos,
No. 4, o. Cost and freight offers were
reported to he a shade higher, with
quotations for t'antoa ranging from about
8t) to K.7&C. although it Is reported that
m ax 1 sold here yesterday at S.aio, Kales
ot Rio la were also reported late yes
terday afternoon at 4.S0o Hngllsh and
6 '.S American rredtts. Rio exchange was
.i-.i'a nigticr. with the No market un-
ichangod and Santos 6 re I a higher. The
i world's visible supply Increased 838 fltil
.l"gM. for the month of September, making
ma vieioie on jctoi.er i v.Nio.vto, com
pared with 10,OM,r,0 bags last year.
NKW TOHK. Oct. S.-COTTON Spot,
steady: middling uplands, 12.76c; sales,
1 725 bales.
Cotton futures orened firm; October.
12c; Ireember, 12.90c; , January, 1106c;
March, ISXtV; May. 13.62c.
The cotton market closed steady, 14
to tu points net higher, January closinr
IJVKRPOOU Oct. l-COTTON-Snot.
firmer; good ml. Idling 6.&7d; middling.
7. ltd; low mid I ng, S..7J; sales, S.OOJ bales.
4ll and Roaln.
SAVANNAH, Oa , Oct s.-TURPeTV-TINE
Flrmm: 27VeMc; sales, 115 bbls.;
receipts, f7 bbls.; shipment 261 bbls.;
stocks, lS.oaJ bbls.
ROHlN Nominal; sales. 299 bhlg; ra
ce pts. 1.23il bbls.; shipments, 296 bbls.;
Htocks, 80.n3S bbls. A, B. C. D, 23.424:
F, O, H, $3.45; I. $3.50; K, $3.75; M. H50;
N, HllO; WO, $5.80; WW. $4.00.
London Stock Market.
LONDON. Oct. 5. Amsterdam securities
on the stock market were Idly steady. A
few rlgh-prlced shares received attention,
but the others were neglected.
H1LVER Har. 2S-ll-ld per ounce.
MONEY 4 'e. per cent.
IHHlUfNT It ATES Short Hlls 44
4 per cent; three months, 44T4 per
NEW YORK. Oct. B. M ETA LB Lead.
$l.fj0. Bpelier not quoted. Copper, steady;
electrolytic $18.25. Iron, stesdy and un
changed. Tin, nulct. at $31 76 & S3. 00.
At Loniluti: 8 pot corTer. Cli 2s 4d; fu
tures 4.7M 2e 'd: electrolytic. A8. Spot
tin, fl4 la; futures, 4.149 us. Antimony.
126. Lead, t-'J bs 6d. Spelter, t9.
Rianiri-IH 4 antes and Driesl Fralts
NEW TOUK. Oct. 6, BTVAPORATED
DRIED FRUITS Prunes, easy. Ap
t'.cota and peaches, steady. Rataln.
firmer: choice to fancy seeded, 7VS
S'ac; seedless, fifllOo.
NEW YORK. Oct. 8 SITOAR Raw,
steady: centrfugal, $ 80o2'4c; molasses,
73i2.K7r; refined, quiet. Sugar future
opened fl mer t d ly on Featured eoveil.is
snd trade buying. At noon prioes wen
ttjio points higher.
riev floods Market.
NEW YORK, 0"t. 1 Cotton goods and
yarn markets his her; silks and dress
gciodt active; Jobbers reported an Im
proving spring trade and a mora active
Omaha Batter Market.
Twenty-six cents per pound to
dealer is the price in a week.
Repeaters Tour All
Over City and Vote
INDIAN'APOUS. Oct. B.-Tiree aut
mobile loads of repeaters were ha u let!
about the city during the election of No
ember 8, 1914, and voted In a Bumbei
of precincts, according to Ne!s r
liughea. who testified today In the trial
of Mayor Joseph E. Be l, chargel with
election conspiracy. Hughes, who wai
Indicted with Mayor Bell and pleadec
guilty, Is the same man who testifier!
in the Terre Haute election case that h
registered a dog as a legal volar.
WILI, TAKE MONTH TO
OPEN PANAMA CANAL
WASHINGTON, Oct. f.-Tba Panama
canal probably will not be again openei
to traffic prior to November 1, aeoordlnj
to cable advices to the War department
Earth slides from the east bank of Oole
hill, which began September Ml havt
continued steadily, despite efforts to keej
the canal open with tired gea.
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