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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1915)
nn: m-:rc. omaha. Thursday, (ktohku y.ny
11 ftO b'ft it. K . i"l "in. lor urr toltago.
Hill trade l-au to 11.00 lo.s fur a. .10.
A,Mre.s . ?' 1rt
SMALL runabout, in x rirl condition, to
trade fur home or small team, or what
Ktr yon? 8. C '.M, Mte.
ls'. SAXoN HoA IETKII, wl I wap for
Ford.Addres JnC. p"-
SANITARY couch. kitchen table. spade,
two shovels, two rakes, hoe and coai
scuttle, to trade fnr reading lamp or
farm product. iph a Jelly grapes, ap
rle. etc. Addre. S, C. 2.. l'ee
TTPEWSItKR-What hTve you for a
tandarri typwr tc, worth about Hi?
Artrirea 8. C. 231. Bee.
TO SELL or trade your hntttn or rifla.
Pee FBlF.rMAN. !?ll 1ouri
T Y PE WRITER Underwood, vis.b.e: ner
fect shape. Will trade thla machine for
cabinet Vtctroln or small Uiadu camora.
Addrea 8. C. US. Bee
WILL trade moiorryo , neeunig some.
liaht repalra. for repeating shotgun, or
what have you? 8. C. 2X6, Bee.
ron he itt
A atari ! t'latta.
Tha f or Kent advertlaament appeaiint
in the 'or Kent column of Ttia Kee Uaily
canaU be beat for varkity that will ploajie
and till tha need of any Oinriu to
rent. 1'hon-t Tiler lo
7-H, AH., t hatha, eieeiliift porch, laigo
rooms, beautifully finUhoa, struily up-to-date;
large porcii In tronu pri.umjlur
rent inuw. v. lunnos aip. i.
ONK 4-room ana onu trooiu apt., Tno
riamijton. iom!iit tw.
.U0 i en-room briik flat; line place tor
boardera Htiu roomers, five minutes'
walk to Union depots; on car line.
AMK.R1CAM btv-LKlTY CwiMAtSY,
toug. 6MI. lUh ana Douglas.
fXH HbMi i', new. i ano v-ruoiu axt'l
iitents, dlsappvariiig oeiia, p,.ou....ic
cleatitr, ilwcti bains, first nasa lu evsry
particular r lora .pv . i "
tj KM, KU1 Ot ISiil AttiJ UOUUt.
1 blK. to poaioiflctt. Aci.-xi ihtt street
from Fotuenelie hotel. Kent lAt. cccu
p&nt will sell lurmiure now In it.
AMbKlUAN Ka-CCiUTX COMPANY.
Doug. Soli. 7th and Uiu(laa.
FUUK-UuuH, ateam heated, close lu.
. Q. P btebblna.
J ROOMS $15. ' '
Fin $-room Kt. Iaiuis uatfl. In waJklng
fllatauce; modern; bheioy oourt, 2-d bl. v
block sxjuth of Leavtnworiu BL. $1.
I'Hl'tukitt TttL'nr tUMMM.
ltt2 Karnam 8t. I'oun- O
; ' . - APARTMENTS.
mo-Lea." 2th and Capitol Ave., $.-$40.
"Atnlone," .tn and Dougias. $.00 up.
"Georgia," 10.0 Ocorgla Ave.. $.T7.60.
'' "Alsatian," 11 A H. ;w flu, $4v-$45.
SIX RuOMS. .....
"Meyer." 33t Poiph ti n Ave.. $37. M) $47 .M
"Meyer." 33c8 i oppletoii; sleeplna; porch.
PKTEKd TKLST COMPAN,
1633 FHrnam ttt. Liougla 8 8. o
20-RM FI-T ON KSTH AND DOLHJE.
1 blk to postofflce. Across the street
from Foiuenelie hotel. Kent Via. Occu
pant will aell furniture now in It.
1 AMKR1CAN BhX;LKlTK CUAIPANY.
Douglas 601S. 17th and Douglas.
607 N. list, close, strict ly modern except
furnace; nicely decorated, close In, walking-
distance, eo thla today. Mice
aii't' comfortable. ......
Bend for our weekly printed list.
HASTINGS A H KYUEN, 114 Harney.
$15 Flat, 1417 Vinton, modern except
heat: 4 rooms and bath first floor;
nicely decorated. Web. 6tftM. Uouglaa 79.
Hoard mm alamaaa.
Furnished houma that oner every mod
ern lOnvenlei.ca and comfort In private
famine or boarding boun of the high
est clea wl" 'e found in the Furnished
hooma cuIujuq of Tha b- i'uone Tyler
Bherwood Ave, 1416-Neatly fur. rni.
7 cellent board; private family. Web.
BOARD and rooma. 3 wk. faU UoUK'ta-
Faraani 6t.. 21U7 Nicely furnished room
ataam neateu; timw m. wub.p.
BOARD and room; private family. H. &186.
8FKC1AL LOW KATaS
TO PEHMANKNT UU1J6T3.
' HOTKL KANKOKU, IWh and Karnam.
HOTKL 11ARLEY. auth and Karnam.
Seven rooms, ail modern; piano-player,
. etc; paved street: half block to car.
, Douglas 6ul3; WajbaUr l4ua.
FOk'K.'InT A small house, thoroughly
furnished, Omati.'a cholceat locality,
until April 1, Ul; rent rvaaonnble. Ad
dress U m3. Bee.
BEAUTIFUL 8-room furnished house la
Field club district for rent-
PA YN fci &. SLAT UK CO..
1 Omaha Nat'l Bank bldg. 41
far a lire. Ituuia
MODERN, east front room, one or two
gentlemen, fcaay walking distance, Rf
eiei.ccs. Harney 2.14t
270 Farnam Nicely furnished rooms.
ElO W. hST AVE. Modern, furntshud
room; quiet home; Just what you avie
looking for. Phone Doug. 7818.
t rooms uuiliig oartiival. 2152 Ht. Mary'a.
PLEA8ANT"rm.. Bemla park, prlv. home.
1 blk. to car; ref. rHtijied. Wai. t-M.
FARNAM, 2.i7 Modern, east and aoutn
exposure room; genueman.
1S DAVENPORT, TWO NICELT FUR
NIBH El HOU8IJKEEFINQ ROOMd.
. I faralbrl Htmavkeep.ua; Uuouia.
N. 1TH, 1137 Three modern housekeeping
roouiK, hot water neat; walklrg distance.
sioaaea oaid Cextsiwea.
4-ROOM eottago. lil a 28th 8L. $15. Water
A VEHY DKblRABLE HOME.
. I rooms and aleepln porch, strictly
modern, hot water heat, flnianed attic.
9o so. 36th Ave. Kent. 45.
R H. LANDER If OU,
got Nevllla block. Douglas 676B.
STRICTLY modern 6-room house, north
west corner loth and Oak.
LARGE S-r. fu.ly modern house; 1st fir.,
oak: 2d floor, enameled mahogany;
built-in furniture; on car line. Tel. D.
371" or Wal 215.
b-K. house, mod. U.U H.ckory. Tyler
... 2444J. ,
FOR RENT Modern, e-room cottage;
furnace heat, e.ectric light, full rtmeut
basemen.. tiM a. 2, in Bl. Apply at
FOR SALE e-r. cotUge, 3 blocka from
11 line; pilot: icsouaole. i'lion liur.
7167 t Vv alnut nt.
7-r. motl. houst . oi.t , ije-i f:iv,oitii. tt . it.
FOR KtNT-All niouern 8-room cottae,
half block from car, J5; 7v9 B. SAh ot
Tel H 371.
T-HoUal. modern. ifltuO Poppleton Ave.
t ROOMS and sleeping porch; new double
house, at Mth and Dewey; walking dis
tance; paved street; near good school.
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANY.
Douif as 6013. 17th and Douk'Iss.
COZY colitis lu Benson, rooms, $1".;
near car li.m and school. Tel. V al Xu.
WALK! NO distance. i3g Dodge. H-room.
' modern house; flrst-claas condition;
ready to move Into; key at Don't
fail to look it through. W. W. Mitchell,
owner. Phone Webster 4875.
HOUSES . APARTMENTS - FLATS
1:6.00 7-r., 434S Franklin Bt., modern.
I.5 0o v-r.. 1613 Jackson St.
i0.00-4V-r., 640 Bo. 2ith Ave., mod. flat.
$0.00 6-r., 633 Park Ave., modern flat.
t,!2 6n 4-r., 117 ro. 'th St., modern.
$U60-4-r. apart., "Ths Harold," 27th and
$.'4 00 7-r., 3X3 Bo. 37th St. modern, hot
water heat, garage.
$-A.0O--r.. $326 Harney tt., modern, first
r75.0O-8-r . 3321 Farnam St.. extra fine.
Sul City Nat. Bank Hldg.
Phone Dougla 75S
STRICTLY modern 6-room house, i37 a.
4th Bt Call Red 4.
Stores, moves, parks, ships; 3-uors vaa
nd 2 men. 11.26 per hr. ; storage $i par
r.to. 1 Ui act ton soar IV 4?at Tv. 2.
FIDELITY vuk FREE
Phone Dot'glsts SH fur eomplsta list of
vacant bouses and apartments; also for
ararse. oiovUur. Iiata and Jackson bis.
Heaaea and tottaan.
R., newly papered; Bo. Plda.
HfO f-R., near rar. !ohoo): So, Ki'1.
I'! 0-S-ll.. ,,,-ar rar school. So. S de.
S14 vi 4-k., l,o light, cement base
mem : t ik. to oar
f.KOO is K.. rtfi t. modem; on rar Una;
t m n. walk to In Ion depot
ft.-. flo-s.R , furnished.
4 utT-)., Went KTam. tinfumlhrd
$!S.( 2-R.. partly furnished for light
$.5.0 o.f.ce room with skv light; heat
AMKHICAV PfCCCRlTY COMPANY.
DouRlaa 6013. 17th and Pouitlaa.
PKVFN and FIVE-room house. Modern."
alklng distance. Douglas :.
Gordon Van Co. -3
tit K' 11th St
Trl n 1S4 or Mar INT.
OOUIt euto Mies loom on r iriinm St.
er reaaonanie rent, .el Done. ot
ua for ea
K1J Webst-r St.
T-RilM hoiiee, all modern, l.JJ Meredith
avenue, two blocka from 24th and Ames
aenue. Telephone el.a er ..
lnum ''finh f5onsti.. Biig.
a"UM 8 'n all parts or the cl
b-looiu iuouviii. paitt wtAviluv
7-rouiii, downtown, $J7.i.
Whililfl LA8HC KY. U. 162.
V-K. new house and bh.rn, eloctrto
liKlua auu fui.i.tcc, $u.
7-K. houae, alricny modern, $30.
-K. apartment, airicuy modern. $4
TOLAND A TKUMdULU
44 pee u.ug. t'ouglaa 7iT
tb-h. the Crflr.ii KuiDiluia Biol a itio,
! KKN'I AL t.lsT.
am. 1). alto.
a4or-a uutl uiliuri,
STORK FUU HKaT,
' to KLOClv.
b ttn ti'.tii tt ...w.j, ...Mnl..
.... .nrA.nr, ...iw.iji atvit'lta
m.t i. ii'uin II nie noiel. lit at available
"i it.ci.oii on jjin 81. b.eani licau
jo .icr nioiiin.
t.n.OKGT: & IIOMPANT,
U t tly Nat. naiiK Hid.
I'lione lougiHS iwi.
islvlnii, Kti.t Kb.il'.
1611 Howard bt fcuxwl, steam heat. Q)od
reuill locttt.on cioie to beat Uaiisfer point
ui city. i2u per month.
If? City ial. Hnnk II pnone r
FA R.N A 111 SIR cf.T jtluRjC.
1210 Fariiam street, 21X.132 feet; good
Laaement. steam neat, moui rii enow win
uow. Call ua lor t.nna of lease.
OtOllUE & cOMr-A.NY.
Douglas iM. tk2 City Nu iiank Bldg.
WAN'TKD TO lit V
OFFICU furniture bought and sold. J.
C Reed, )ji Kurnani. Doug. tl.
V fc, pay t..ltu p. let tor aiuiiunum
ip tlllu,. Faxioo-MltctlKil Co. '
Ya.e bua evervlhinir 2,1 hand UaIi aa
! UIl.Ul.VT . , .. , . 1 ... . . .
' (iiilvi ivr uiu uutuuiaj. 1, 1114.
WANTED TO RENT
WANThJJ Room, clo to Twentieth and
FariiMiu; rent MM. Address F 1j.i, lite.
8, 4 'OR i-Kooiti houve or ail, f urnUhcd.
Anawer quick. A WL Bee.
KARM A U.NCi X.AAUB FOR IALI
Live oak Columu, njiie oetter. Vf. t,
Mnith Co.. ia-H City Nat, is. It. Kaui
' FOR PALK OR LLASli Any part of 4,000
acres near Ku. below n. BtLsaalcliewan. 1
! ra.oid 1U),UU0 bushela of oata and .00D
busiibis oi iiux on land this year. Price
cheap and terms very easy. Frank Ciaw-
lord, Omaha. Neb., or Koselown, bask.
$40 ACRES, lit muea from MlnneapoUa,
one inllo frunt- town; loo acrea under
culuvauon; baianoe twed for pasture;
can practically all be cultivated; heavy
aoll; good .wl buildings, consisting of -loom
hoiuH), large buru, granary, corn
cribs, wind milut, etc.; tha laud will pro
duce 00 Itufclic'is o( coin per acre; tele
phone in nuuae; country Imckly settled;
complete set of uiuchtneiy; ii head of
stock, consisting ol 11 cows, balance 1
and 2-yeai'-olus; six good tioraes. Ho hugs,
etiickeus; one-halt ot tins years crop
and everything on toe I arm goea at Mi
per acre, hull caah, bc".val Broa., lud
Kiynioutn biUH.. Minneapolis. Minn.
FOR HALE-blx highly Improved south-
ern Minnesota lan.ia. Alio unimproved
Minneautu prairie land. Binall payment;
caay terms. Jas. A. Lur-oti dtato Capi
tol, Ctl. I aul, Minn.
120, Improved, 12 miles W., $18,000.
loo, improved, 12 m.iea N. vv ., a.i.uwj.
JOHN N. FKKNZEK.,
111 S. loTH.
$i,00U Eyl'lTY In property renting for $2o
per month, for luud, loia, acruage or
lntwi-est In btialnesa. Box 7u, Omaha.
FOR SALE By owner, iM acres well im
proved larni In central Nebnutka. For
price and description write M. T. Kear
ney, lu&t Douiuj bl.. Omaha.
FOR BALE Best large body high-graule
medium priced lanU ui Netirnoka; very
Utile utouay iteviuired C. Biauits, Wel
bacli, Neu. o
A KAllM THAT VvlLX. A1.JL1' lull O&T
A-AltX U illAi' slVa. ULiittUitCD
AnlLliU.ti 1 11 11 .. tft
ltkl acres, t.9 luiics iroiu 1 rousore, half
nu.e lion 1 acuooi. liWiy tacie aiooa ticu
cluy sou, uiif soosoii, 110 wustu laud; LM
actus ui cuivivatiou, .4 aciva aui.a, M
M-i i- pvuo auu ttutuitit i,ay. iiovuo vL
luuuia, Uuii, looui lor uurafcs, tunpia
...',, luum, cuttle aau, hog House, ci.,cit
en bouse, com cr.K, .a..u.iy, t-tc. liood
colter auu s.oiia tarn, wui, vtuiUiniu and
mn; lum well iciittd. liiipivicmcut
aie all piuclictuy nw. it oiU ai unit,
puce m per acit; t,voo by siaicn 1, our
11 in 011 bataiice at ji per cuuu ttnua
j 00 sou Uiu, uu will want to join mo
army of ptospvioua U00110 cotu.ty im,i,u
uis. AatiPiooa iro., r'l iiiirox, Nttb.
LV-acre farm wnn aplendid lmprove
niciitit ajid close to town oi lo.uVJ. 1 icaotutt
and pioutaoie home. $00 an acio.
iai.tii ivv i:oxwtui 1 COJUi'ANy,
On, aim .at. latik 1'i'ig, ennaiia.
IPPElt Ulao.Nolo-oeat dairy and
geueiai crop suite lu me unlou, settlers
aiileO; lain. lor sale at low prices 04
taaj lauit. Ask itar boaikitit t4 oil V iscou
Sln Central 11 od Ciraiil. cxueiieul lauUS
lor l.uiit laia.ug. It mleiesied lu Hull
luiios asa 101 oooklvl oil appie ortiiarua.
A'luiea Luud and itiuustrnai ieparw. 00 11
iite itai.wuy. jutuucaou.i jsiub
M lvr iita ttr a ta.
HAVQ YOLI A FARM FOR SALE
Will a good dvairiptioii of your land
ana send it 10 tne bioux Cuy, la.. Journal,
'Iowa' Most Powerful Want Ad ale
alum. ' 1 wnl, -live word svery Friday
t teiiing, batutday 11 01 inns aud every
baiunmy ctemus and Burnley utornuig
lor on itioittu, aiiviitg tulwa ads on
twelve diiicieni uat ior ti, or au wurus,
1., or 1. wot us, s.
lgual v:itcuialio of any Iowa news
paper, 4ou.ouo ituuer didly lu lour arcal
KEAI, ESTATE LiOANS
l.ov i o i,omo inatue piutupliy. K. D.
W eaO, titad Bldg., IMh i ainaio 8ta
CI I V auu lariu ioauia, C av. per oeul
J. H. Dumotil at Co.. 4i4 ,-ttate ttauk.
A "Hr Stale" ad will turu aet-uud-Utuid
t unti.rt inic t'kin.
FAKa.ri and elt loans at lowest ratas.
TOLA A D T At U Mo ILL. 44 lies Bldg.
tITl property. Largo loan a specially.
W. H. Thomas Mir Hana tiiog.
V, AN'l luD toootl Imiij and city loans at
PL'IKH- litlN'i CO. Ml Farnam.
UMAllA iioinc. East Neuiasaa farms.
V'KKkr'r. REAL EWTAl k. CO.
1oi4 Onisna Natio ial. Phone Docglaa 2716.
MuNk'Y on hand (ul city and farm loan.
H. v . Binder. Cliy National man Bldg
a:r' CITY IOAND, C. O. arlberg. Jl
" 12 Hranrte Theater Rldg
MONtl to loan on caaiaiu NanrmKa
farm. Immed.ate action. United elates
Tut- Coppcnv rm.tha. Neb.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans,
j H. W. Binder. City National bask Bldg
W ANT" Kimball rouritv lanT Will
Rive modern house West Karnam
district, clear of Incumbrance, for
W. T. Smith Co.
C'lcy Nat. Ha'ik Hide, o
MoVi.Ml I'lmM LlMoUS TO OMAHA.
Twv Ltniolu men have Just moved to
Orraha and wovKI like to exchange their
cb-ar humi'i In Lincoln for property here.
One $.1.610 and the other $0,ti cash valu
ution. Call u up
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
final"! Nat- Hank RMt.. D. KM.
FOR PAt.K OR TRAOK
41 a'-rea, Lincoln Co., Neh ; feneed,
windmill. ma I bulld nRs. Want amnli
propirty In Rood school town.
IHJX Jul, BCliL'VLtH. NKR.
I'FNVKR anhiiihan or city property for
Omaha or farm. Boa MS. Omaha. o
iKM. KHTATK ACKEAflE
FOIl KBNT tlR SLK.
Two or four acres with water; will
rent or aell. for feeding : one mile and
half from stock yards. Thone So. ISM.
nKAL ESTATK NOKtll SIDR
A Real Bungalow
NortH of Koiimxn Place. 8 larRe rooma
and bath: S rooms finished In oaa:
beamed rellitiRS, btHikcasea, eto. Strictly
modern and up-to-date In evry way;
rh I c lot -nd lo'Tflon; Mal Pfivel
treet; it will pny you to Investigate thla.
10McCague feldg. Poni.lil.
.v ucAi, IIU.MI., ei.itW.
At 3U1 ljtriinoie Ave., we have a aplen
diil l-r..i.ni h use on a lot 4.XIJS, and It la
certainly a bantam, llouae la atwolutrly
modern In eery vny. havliiK an txpen
aive hot wnter heatnm il.inL hpiindld
loontion. cash and l.i per mouth
wUI handle this.
PAW I N V LST M KST COM PA N Y,
Omaha Nat. I.a.ik lilrln.. It. 17sl.-
DO you long for the reat and quiet of the
country and still have the advantage
of the city? if so, come out and seo tne
best live acres adjoining the city; goo I
house, fine chicken houae, barn, Karugv,
bearing Iruit, etc. N. W. cor. 4Mb. a.ut
tirovtn streets. o
Four rooms, cliy water, electric lights,
floored attic, et front lot nicely sodded.
ceme" basement and walks; located Just
east of Fontenelle park; $100 cash will
C. 0. CARLBERO.
! Prw"''"la Theater Rid if.
C( NTIAC'P()R,S SALE
See three at once, entirely different.
1&2I Sahlrr. 7 rooms; being ;li,lshed. 1711
earner, a rooma. my home; oak and i
white enamel, liettor than modern. No i
reetsonaile price or term refused. Web- 1
SALE OR TRADK 6-r. house near Miner
Park: elec. lights, fine well water, vl"w
of Omaha. D. 7.,1; write 1!K Vinton St-
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
Seven room t-atory and attic at 114
8 a7Ui Bl., one and uiie-luilf blocks from
Farnam car line.
' Ti.eU vestibule.
L1VINO ROOM, IBxSO.
Beamed celling built-in bookcases and
window seats brick fireplace, burns
wood or coal.
DIN I NO ROOM.
Paneled walls. Downstairs finished In
while quarter-sawed oaa, except kitchen
Bullb-ln dresser outside opening to re
frigerator. FOUR BEDROOMS.
Finished in white enamel. Two have
two closets each, two hatve one closet
Tiled f.oor and walls full lenth closet
Broom, coat and linen closets
Front and back poich, also dining and
Lame attic, tt full-slxed windows heat
Full cemented basement. Good furnace.
Call on Robert Hunter, Bee Business
1 IN DUNDEE, brand new bungalow stylo,
7-r. and bath, oak finish, atrlctlv modern
and up-to-date In every wav living room
across front of house, dining room has
window seat, plate rail ahd panel. Dei.
' finished in oak. has 4 windows and
clothes press, could be used for bed room:
three large bed rooms and bath on ia
Hour, complete set of screens and window
shades, water meter, set high grade,
1 ghtlng fixtures, f.no 50-I't. lot, paved St.
You will admit It la cheap at $.,000. Ownor
must have money, so will aell (or 14.00.
Let us show it to you. Terms can be ar-
106 McCague Bldg.
Well Built New
Home on Your
Klx dandy, good roouia and sleeping
Porch, beamed celling, ftrep.ace, built-in
bookcases, oak f.oors throughout, tile
vestibule, tile bath room, laundry chute;
everything up to date; beautiful location;
block from car and boulevard; northwest
part of the city. All ready to move Into.
W'hv pay rent when you can buy on the
Glover & Sp.ain
1 City National.
Modern brl.-k rtsldtncc. one
block from Dundee car line, laigs
lot Everything In perfect oiuer.
Will make price 'right and terms
very easy. Might take exchangs
W. T. Smith Co.
City National Bank Bldg.
New, 7 rooma. sleeping porch, oak and
birch finish, oak buftel and bookca-ie.
beam celling, double floors, mirror doors
guaranteed furnace; Corbin hardaie;
best material and workmanship through
out; south Iront; close to car; best buy
in Omaha. Owner, Doug as li2.
WALKING distance, 2638 Dodge, S-roora
modern house. first-class condition,
ready to move Into; key at 2640. Don't
fall to look It through. VV. W. Mitchell
owner, phone Webster 4376. '
NKV 5-Room COiTAOE
$1,000 takes my equity of $1.3ii0; would
consider aulo part payment Wal.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
$300 Cash, $20
We are offering for yulca aals this tiles
little home, five room, ail inouera except
heat, house built about thres years and
in an exceptionally f ne condition. Large
lot, with fine blue grass lawn, lava than
ons block from car line, three blocks
from good school, good neighborhood. In
fact, you could compare this plaoe with
anything you have seen cosi ng $' t
i.i mors money. See this at ones and
you will be convinced. Call us by tele
phone. Hiatt-Fairfield Co.
230 Omaha Nat. Bank B-dg. Tel. D. 4H1
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Cash Wheat Remaini Strong- and
Ag-aia Makes an Adrance of One
to Two Cents.
CORN PRICE DECLINES A CENT
OMAHA, tktober R. h
The cash w h. at market was rvctty
strong and showed an advance of I to 1
The demand for this rereal was pretty
rn.'d and the receipts were fairly ll..lu
1 h re Whs very title wheat so.d on a,
count of the uncertain prices ano tne
tiaiers were not very uix n to sell.
The corn recilpta eie liht and there
weie very lew cars of tins cetwl aoirt.
Traders cou d not sn-e aa to prices ami
the market tlei l ned a cent.
Oa a were fairly acme and were quoted
a hall to a cent am' a unarter hlRln r.
'1 he rectlpts ot tint renal were lialu
ami the demand was good.
Ke sold alHiut i cent higher, while
bark was quoted t to 1 nt higher.
t. IUMl Utlv t . Mill Ak .!Vl llt.tll t. ,tl.tl tO
l..'..tv bualieis, no coiU, and oats, l.tKxi
Liverpool spot: Wheat and corn un
I runary wheat receipts were t.r.'O.iXH)
busheia and ahlpnunts of 6M.tM bushela,
agaliixt receipts 01 ,'.,otki buithcU ano
slilpiuentA of I,o4ti,n0o huamla last year.
t rlinary corn receipt a wore ln,.iu0 b.iah
els and shipmeii.e of 4-t0,iioj buabe,,
against rtc, Ipta of fuU.Ooo biuhe. and
an.l'ini nts of 2.ts.tVo tH.anela la.tt year.
Pitmnry oata receipts were 1. i,tw bush
la and shlpinenta of .N.V0' lusnsa
SKainat rece.its of lt.iii.00J tiut-he.a ami
sliipnienta of l,,U.ii busuela last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oata.
Chicago M .11 1!H
On.nhn ' M 17
Kai.sas City VI 13 11
Vt Innipcg l,t4
Kales reported today: Wheal No. S
hind winter: I rar, l OS. No. 4 hard
winter: 1 car, tl.0iv; i cars. $1.01; S cars,
Sl.uo a; 4 cars, l.t'. i car. H-.M. Saniplu;
1 car. velvet elmft, c: 1 car. a2c. No.
4 si link. 1 car, light, 7c. No. 2 velvet
chaif: 1 car, $1 u4; 1 car, $l.uSt; 2 cira,
$1 Oi. No. 3 velvet than: 1 tars, $1.0.;
1 car, $1.0J. Rye No. i: 1 car, t-c. itar
It y .so. 4: car, o. Com No. I while:
I cars, 66c. No. 1 white: 2 cars, 6.c. .No.
t yellow: 6 cars. 67vrc. No. 3 yel.ow: $
tars, IiiVic. No. 2 mixed. 3 cars, .5V,c.
3 m xcd: 1 cai. near yellow. i.7c; 2
Sax. aoa No. I mixed: 1 car, Wo. Outs--l.M.i.uiM.
1 tai, vtc. .o. - tiill-c. 1
car, 3j1(c; 2 curs, Ai,.c; 4 cars, 33c. No.
4 whl.e: 3 cars, o3c. No. 4 mixed: I car,
il ic HwiiH: 1 car. Sic; 1 car. 3Akc.
Omaha taah li i e V heat; No. 2
turkey. $l.wwl.V7; No. I lorkey, 1.04(i
lt; No. 2 hard, $lv1.04; No. S hard,
ktcin1.03: No. 4 hard, Vici$l.0iv: No. 2
spriiiK. $l.t)il.02; No. 1 spring, Wciii'tl.oi;
No. 2 durum, SDxyc; No. J uuruin, H.urw.tc.
Corn: No. t white, (oVo; No. 2 while,
(5V.ti(itic; No. 4 while, bei,iKWc; No. $
white, 66'iui..Hc; No. white, MWfciVi
No. 2 yellow, 6rTJju7Sic; No. 3 yellow. bitP
$7c; No. 4 yellow. 66Sm67c; No. S yel
low. K'.di&MjC; No. t yellow, AiKUou'-ic;
No. 1 mixed. Lo1-4i ,-tc : No. 3 mixed kt'm
iiftiiVc; No. 4 mixed, 64Vir'c; No. 6
mixed. MVifrfcSo: No. mixed, 644i64i,r
Oals. No. 2 white, ?4v';iH4o; standard,
4'ii.1S,c: No. i white, k(.-(Wc; No. 4
white, Sl1iMc!. Barley: Malting. 4(iifiJp;
No. 1 feed, 42fc45c. Rye: No. t, lftj!o;
No. X. HOWl&Wlc.
Chicago closing prices, furnished The
Bee by IiRnn at Bryan, stock and grain
brokers, 315 80. Sixteenth street, Omaha,
Article! Open. I Hlgn. I Low. I 1 i.tse Yes'y.
ieo..Mt4'a"fc . 6M Ml
On 1 I I
Fork: 1 I I I
Ieo.. 14 00 ( 14 40 I 14 CO I
Jan.. I IS 82Vxll7 16-171 16 s2',
14 40 I 14 0
li UHI IS W
S 15 ' -f2ia
s s-vil s i;vt
9 20 S 13
35 I S 2i
Oct.. IU I S 20
Jan.. S 20 S 40
Hmh: I I
Oct.. 15 I S 22Vi t IS I
Jan.. I $5 I 44 I SVx!
OMAHA OKNEIIAL MARKET,
FRUITS Oranges:. California Valnn
clas, 17tis, 20ms, 216a, ZoOc: $6 box; Cali
fornia Valencia. 15. 160. Wis. StiOa,
$Ti.7o box. Lemons: Extra fancy Uol
den Bowl, ms, $6 box; extra fancy Gol
den Bowl. 300s, $4.6J box; extra fancy-
rtunklst, 30". .mis, 34. W box; Bed Ball,
U box. Peaches: Oulorado Eibertas,
extra fancy, ;o crate; Colorado Ei
bertas, fancy. 66c crate; Utah F.I Left a,
6jc box; California Balwsys, 600 box.
Prunes' Italian, Kc crate; Italian, quan
tities, SOc crate. Pears: Clargine, $2.26
crate; Kelfers, bu. Apples:
Iirge rooking and baking, is bbl.; Jona
thans, $aW bbl.; Belleflowera, $1.40 bos.
(Jrapts. Tokays. $1.35 crste; Concords,
home-grown, Z2c hnsket. Bananas: Mo
dlum fri.lt, $2 002.26 bunch; Jumbo
fruit, Changainale and Port Llmon, 4e
lb. Cantaloupes; California, mission
brand, standards, $3.76 crate; California,
mission brand, ponies. $2.26 crate; Call
forma, mission brand, flats, Due crate;
Colorado Burwells, pink meated, Wo
crate. Watermelons: lVe Ih.
VEGETABLES Cabbage: lHo lb. Head
lettuce: $1 dos.; leaf lettuce. 60c d ia.
Tomutoes: Market price. Peppeis: 60o
basket. Onions: Washlnirton, I140 lb.;
Htanlah. $1.60 crate. Paraley, SOc dos.
Celery: 35c do.; Jumbo, 16c dos. Wax
and green beans: 60? baski t. Ruta
bagas: io lb. Potatoes: Ohloa, hoc
REAL ESTATE BOUTH 81DK .
Field Club District
A full ?-story home, only H4 blecks
east of Field club. A very well built
8-room bouse, finished In oak. Hot
water heating plant with oil burner.
Fine east front lot. paved atreeL A splen
did location, fine homes all around, bee
us for terms and further information.
George & Company
Douglts 76. 0t City Nat. Bank Bldg.
BEST OFFER TAK Erf THIS.
' Six-room, fully modern, practically
new; 8 rooms downsialia, $ rooms and
bath upatalra Near lianacom park and
within twenty minutes walk of down
town district. Must be sold by Novem
ber!. See Owner, Tyler 2227.
FIh.LD I'UII DISTRICT.
1311 8. th Kt. 86,50U; s-rm. modern.
$1,000 cash, bat. $o0 mo.: occ. by owner.
HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
A Growing Street
We can offer on this street for a short
Urns. 100 feet near 31st St., for $12 .600.
136 feet near this, some Improvements,
61 fest east of Farnam school, $13,200.
Harrison & Morton
$15 Omaha Nat. D. (11 o
FOR SALE or long lease; part or whole
of li-ili-', N. VV. corner 16:h and Dtv
enport Si.; ii. Hawer, 4i3 iUilyn Plats,
REAL ESTATE AC DURBAN.
Snap for Cash
Lot 71x136, south fronL on paved street,
betwssn 60th and 611; paving paid in
full; price reduced to $1,700 for quick sals.
Tyler 163S. Blate Bank Bldg.
Sea Kethaway for that farra. Florence 228.
hu. Sweetpntatoea: Virginia, barrela.
NITH-No 1 walnuts: lc lb Fil
berts: Wc lb llraxlle: I.- lb. Pecans:
l-Sc lb. Almnmls' JOc lb. Peanuts:
No. t raw. r lb; r-aatetl. c lb : Jumbo,
raw. 7c lb ; rotated, e lb. Coooanuts:
$1 f" ba; i.V dot
BKKF CCTS-Rlbs: No. 1, 1V : Sn.
!. 17c; No 3 K'Vjc. Ixilns: No I. 2IS-;
No 2. Inc. No 3. ltv.c. Chucks: No I,
11Vc; No. 2, 10V: No. 3. pc Itonn la:
No. 1, 14r; No 2, 14o; No 1. I.V. I'l.ttea.
No 1. I",,-; Nn, V. r: No. t. So
M'HCF.I.LANKtirs CrarkerJ.tek, $1
taw; si. 7 t (aao. Cornpups: caae;
$i.k ' ce. Honey: $.1 TTt iav-; Alnlne,
2 dott-n ttimllets to a caee, $1 caw.
( lilt A;0 .H4I Ml lH4l iions
I'falarrt mt the Tradlaa aad laaalws;
I'f'rn n n Bunr I nt Trade.
CH1CAOO. tct R.-HIk buylnR ordera,
largely from Wall street hnjart, fi.rood
an linuUH.I sharp advance In the wheat
maikei here. The ci.naiHiiieiiee was an
excited rlcso nt virtualiv the top nrlcea
renchetl, tiV,iTV,c net hitiher. with le
t emlier at il and May at $V0:-tt Corn
aainrj i'n.i: ami oais lylc to
provlMlona the outcome varied from
c decline to a rise 01 4V.
AlihoiiKh wheat showed strcniith right
fnon the outset, the Junita In pil.e Were
only moderate until, the last half of the
day. Then the inaiket atidilcnly went
wild P.irchaaing by strong litlerest
1 a.l taken a I of the atirpl in supplv out
of the e;eoiilatlve pit, and had art the
shorts bbltlliw against onn another in
a manner that soon became frantic. It
was In van that attempta were put
foith to repreaent that the advance
would check the export demand. The
answers appeared sufficient that ocean
charter bad been m:ide yesterday for
as much aa 1 4..i0 bushels of grain at
the highest vi s.ael r.'itm on record. So
great a volume of forelan demand, with
news of rains once more putting a siop
to threshing In the Dakolaa and M n
riesota. left the hear almost helpless
Heavy profit tnkin on the Imiirw lr
the wheat market resulted In one lively
(telhark to prices, b it the downturn was
not of a last In sort. A fresh wave of
buying, especially In the fin U quarter of
an hour, brought about greater advances
than before, fninw at least of the great
nervousness prevnl Ing at the finish was
due to repni that owing to eioeaslvs
in ileture the spring crop waa bediming
to sprout In the shock and mlvht de
velop a seriously lowered condition par
alleling the widespread harm tine In the
winter wheat belt.
Frost damaire throughout Illinois and
Iowa gave Independent strenglh to corn.
The wheat bu ge. though, counted 1
decidedly against the bears. Trade In
oats broadened out In consequence of
rnlarced demand for other cereals.
Almut the only offerln-a came from
standing orders In commission house.
Provisions continued their recent
sweeping upturn. There were no elans
of a halt In ths active export demand.
SEW YOIIK bRM'.hll, MARKET
4aotatloaa nf the Day eta Varleaa
NEW YORK, Oct 6,-FLOUn-Unset-lled.
Vv HUAT-Spot. strong; No. I red anl
No. hard. 31.27.W c. I. f. New York:
No. 1 northern Duluth, $1.12 and No. 1
northern Manitoba $l.i c. 1. f. Buffalo.
Future strong. December, $1.1!V
CORN Spot, firm; No. S yellow, 73Ho
OATS-Firrr.; No. white. SHN1o.
HOl d-Kasy; lciflc coast, I'JIS,
HAT-Pteady: No. L $l.!S; No. X. $L15;
No. 8, 1.; h loping. Sue.
HIDES Stcuily ; Bogota, 3O031e; Con.
tral America. 2?o.
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts, $2J
$5c; eeonda, SlirtS'.'e.
PROVISIONS Pork, firm; mess. $14 00
fiiS.RO; family, tM.VtyX.Wi short clear.
$l8.'si3).ti0. Beef, firm; mesa, $I6.!Vi)
K.iai; family, 1s.ikv(i ist.ou. Lard, strong;
middle west. $9.4fli!).i0.
TALLOW Finn; city, 6Sc; country,
o.fuiic: special, 6a.
BU'l 1 Elt Kuni- renelpts, S.74P tubs;
creamery extias. 3uc; firsts, WHQ&W,
EM1S Firm; receipts, 1S.44S rases;
fresh gathered extra. 34i3Kc; extra first.
3,.r34r; first. 2sr(i.tic; seconds, Vi43rir7c.
CHEI-F. Hteudy; receipts. 4.6MI boxes;
Mat, whole m.lk, fresh flats, white spe
cial, l"ic; colored, lMiili.o; whits and
colored, average fancy, 14HV144c,
POULTRY Alive, unsettled; dreaed.
firm; western froxen roast In r chickens,
19tfi21e: fresh fowls. Iced, ltirl&c, frosen
Minneapolis Oralsi Market.
MINNEAITtlJS, Oct. 6. WHEAT
Tl.r.eiiil,nr tl MIL. Xfav 11 m. M. t I
.I 11,1. . I.' .. , . . '
ei.i,,vit, i'u. i niirtiierii, i.iaKJl l.uu.
i FLOT'R Advanced. Fancy patents,
S.?n; first clears, $4.83; second clears.
CORN No. S yellow, 3tf3Uc: No. J
t LAA 31.kOtll.91.
t. Loals Urala Market.
ST. ItOf. IS. Mo , Oct. . WHEAT No.
2 red. $1.17: No. 3 hard. 31.13: Danamhee
l$1.07; May, $1.06,.
IXyRN-No. 2. toHTWICc: No. I whitN X)o;
December. Mc; May, 6fiU,o
uAin rso. x, nominal; No. I white,
Kanaaa City l.rala and Provision.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., OcL . WHF.AT
No. 2 haiT $l.rio .12; No. 3 red. $l.lJt
1.20; December, $1.0214. May, $1.024..
COHN-No. 2 mixed. 6fio; No. 2 white,
6Cc; December. 62c; Mav, WVofrt'y.o.
OATS No. 2 wlialte, 3tiiil3o; No, t
I Ivrrrtoel iirata Market.
LIVERPOOL, OcL ,-WHKAT-8pot.
steady; No. 1 Manitoba, 12s lOd; No 2.
'lllHd; No. J. lis lid; No. 1 northern
Dululh. lis td.
CORN spot, qulsti American mixed,
new, 8a 8d.
NEW YORK. Oct S.-COFFKB-A mod
erate Wall street demand and soma cov
ering by trai e shorts caused an opening
dvance of Wi points in ths market for
coffee futures hers today, and prices sold
about 8 points net higher during the
morning. Later, however, offering In
creased while ths unsettled ruling of the
stock market seemed to chei k the U' p trt
and March contract sold off from Stan
to 8.43c. while July reacted Inun 6.74o to
66c. Ths close was nst unchanged to S
points Inwer. Ha la were 67.7jO bag; Oc
tober, 6.27o; November, 6,'2vj 1 wooinbr,
32c; January. S.Stic; February. .0c;
March, 6 43c; April, S.4!c; Mav 8 54e; Ju ie,
61c; Ju y, 6.110c; August 4 7c; Septem
ber, 6.73c. Hoot steady; Rio 7s, 7c; H tn
tos 4s, sc. Cost snd. freight offers were
firm, with ((Delations ranging from 8 60c
to $ hoc for Santos 4s. R o exchange on
Ixnd'tn wa 1-1 Id hlkher with mllrela
prices unci snged In and 6)1 re s higher
at Santos. Santos report a clearance of
76,000 bags for New York.
Col cat Marl'.
NEW YORK. Oct. 6.-..'OTTON-flpot,
quiet- middling uplands, j3.4oo. Bales,
Futures closed steady; October, 12.44c;
December, 12 76c; January, 12.!Jc; March.
i 1'c; May. 13.3fic.
The cotton market closed steady at n,
n'-t loss of from 6 to 12 points for tha
4'oton futures opened barely steady:
October. 12 37c; December, 126c; January,
l.'K.c, March. 13.18c; May. 13 3.c.
LI VKRPO 'L. m t. 6. -COTTON 45pot. 1
raaier; good middling, 7.60d; mlddlinR. i
7.241; low middling, S.7Sd; sales, ll.ifjO';
till and Host a.
8AVANNAH Oa., Oct. . TP rtrKN
TINK F'rm 37c; sales. 870 hl.p.; re
eel eta. bbis.: si ipmcnts, l, bbli.;
stnek. IS.OK'l hbls.
ROSIN Firm, siiles. 1.014 bbls.; re
cellit. 47.1 bbl'.; shipments, 67'l bhl.:
storks 644 bbi. Quote: K. B ?
J a ao: c, i) sj.ff3.i: E, Ho: in-
p Ti"i"j.; h, i 'to; i, fttrt: k . t v
in U, $4.60; N, $4.80; WO. 85.W; WW.
NPW YORK October 8. METAL
Lead $4 60: spelter, not q ioted; roppor,
ul.a.l V al.rlri.ll.11,. till 5X- lri,n I .... I w
land uncnangeo; in. strong. c iH.ih. i
I At london Spot copp'r, 71: futures,'
'172; elctrel tic. A. 88; soot tin, ill 7s H;
futures, 162 16a; niimony, A 126; lesa,
. US 7s 6d ; spelter. 0.
Eva pore tei Apples sad Dried Frails
NPW YOPK, Oct. S. EVAPORATED
rRlED FltinTS-Prunes. eay. Ap.
ricots, quU.L Peachnr, steady. Kalslns,
A Tor rals- ad will tux. ssoond-haM
OMAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET
Killing Cattle Ten Higher and Feed
ers Mow and Lower Sheep
Steady to Lower.
FEEDERS GENERALLY TEN TTP
OMAHA. October . 115.
Receipts were: . rattle. Hot. Sheep.
Owtciai Monday Ii..-1 '-'.-4.. 4.1.14
Olilclal 1 uihIhx .... ltt.ISi I.S74 H1.4U
Katlmate W eilneilny In 3.HO 14 00
Three days this week MN ,r.lt IW.MS
tme days la - t w eek 3I.77 i;i...t VI
Snle . week airo.. 3.".PH 7 4 IS'.CWt
Santa 3 week eiro.. 7S.7.X. I6.7i l.
Same 4 weeks am., 77. li lw.'Ol
F -t !' t.M tear MW CIO VHSI
The following table sTto' Ih receipts
of rattle, bona and sheep at the Omaha
llv stock market for the year to date as
compared with last year:
1S16. 1SU. Inc.
tattle a-i.-ai t.i-ei lti.jfi."!
"iti 117r..M7 1.H11IK; a.i:v
8v-fn I'aittatrt 2,I?13 U".3!iS
The following table shows the sveraRS
prl.t for hnKS at the Omaha live stock
market for the last lew days with euro
larisotts: Date. 1 I16. inn t M
II I'll I
77SI S 42 7il S 21.
4 64 k 3oi
oil t im $ n
1 W I III
S 061 S
:H s trv
2-' l v, 3 4u
S Ui S 43
u;-l 1 Jo. 1 Obi a ill
ft 7 Ut. a .11 1 , .. S 46
S I0 k lot 4r S ! S 4o
7 24 ki
wi, ji a tii k it
s Soi s Hi tail
S tl S 2i S 41 K
1 ii, 1 1 u 1 1;
S 111 S M,
7 a S 21
7 k.t S 21
i t. 2..
j "t a 1
441 ' I 7 Rt
7 871 S 201 t UI 11 401
7 , o ,u. a u ... 1" -t 1 H2
7 o7t 7 Ml I til S 27, 7 Ml
7 tt.-Mi 1 7m J"M I i H 7 !
Receipts and dlspoeltlon of live stock at
the I ul. in stock yaids, Houth llmana,
for twetiiy-fotir hours ending at $ o CiOv.k
p. m. yestenlatr :
Cattle. Hon, blmep. H'r's.
C. M. A St. P.... 14
AAlKaouii I ' Hit .... 1
t nlon I'ai ttlc.... 138
C. at N. W., east.. 14
C. N. W.. weat.. 114
4'., BL P., sV O..,.. 1
C . H. A v).. east... 4
C, B. A W.. west.. 107
C, R. I. A P., enst 8
C, K. I. P.. weat 1
Illinois Central 8
Chlceeo Ot. Weat... 2
Total receipt.. 412
'i 62 '
t 2 6
14 4 2
ttia lXaixiON it o.A i).
Cat tie. Hogs. Sheep.
Bwtft & Co
Armour Ar Co...
ctchwarts A Co..,
J. VV. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co.. M
South Omaha Packing
K. P. CO
W. R. Vanaant
Hill & son S
F. tl. Lewis 276
Huston A Co A
J. B Root A Co SIS
J. IL Bulla. 3K
L. F. Huas 43
Roettock Bros 6:
Werlhulmer A Ifgen.. ti
H. F. Hamilton IK
Sulllvsn Bros W
Missouri A Kansas Calf
Lake- Jones A Smith II
Tanner lima 104
John Harvey 3oS
D. A F 126
CATTLE There waa another fair run
of rattle today, bringing the total for
the three days up to 33,7iiS head, which
la a big falling off as compared with
last Week and the week before, and a
decrease of over 3,000 head as compared
with a year ago.
There was quits a sprinkling of corn-
ied oceves in tne yards wincn com
manded steady prices. Receipt of west
ern range beeves were liberal, but ths
demand was good and ths trads active,
while prices were around loo higher than
Cows and heifers wars In good active
demand and they too showed an advance
of about 10a over yesterday. Most of the
offerings chanted hands In reasonable
mockers and feeders wsrs In very large
supply, while speculators a. so had a good
many on hand that they had carried over
from yesteruay. While ths yards wsrs
fuil of stockmen from ths country, who
were here on account of ths Ak-Mar-Ben
festivities, they did not appear to be In
a buying mood. As a result ths trads
was vsiy much of a drag, being quoted
a anywhere from slow to i0o or mors
lower than yesterday.
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choirs
fed yearling, 4V.Ovtjij.a6; fair to good fed
yearlings, 4 tatti bu; common to fair fed
yearling. .6vc!S.W; good to choice heavy
beeves, 39.tayirv.; fair to good curnfed
beeves, $.3ti.oii: common to fair oorn
fed beeves, $4.7i8.30; prims grass beeves,
rl OjK)H 4't, good to olioioe giass beeves,
r.awus.ou; fair to good grass beeves, $6.76
42 7 40; common to fair grass beeves, $3.8t
.lii; food to choice grass hellers, $t.U0il
$.60; good to cnulca grass cows. $6.7uj
S.16; fair to good cows, to.Owuo. ,b; com
mon to fair cows, S4.0W&3.0U; pr.uis year
ling sierra, $7.76t).l0 good to choice feed
eis, $7.S.4W.76; fair to good feeders, SO.oUtf
7.36; common to lair feeders. 4ti6oiu4o,
good to choice atockers, S7.764s.0ii; fair
to good stot ksra, $s.7uty7.76; common to
fair stocksrs, $o.6oii.iti; stork heifers,
$0.76451.110; stock oows, $6.6oj ; stock
caives, $o.6ui.&0; veal calves, $s.u00i0.0o;
bulls, stags, sic, $4,4040.00.
87 feeders.. 1307 7 0 2 feeders.. 1230 7 0
18 feederi.. 1U1 1 60 $8 cs. A hs..lu24 $26
28 feeders., m it 8 feeders.. TVS S 'S
64 feeders.. Mi 76 47 feeders., kill S 76
steers.. ..1381 7 28 SV steers.. ..116 8 80
lo4 leears..lo4 t K5
Kd feeders., m 7 06 11 feeders.. 11M TM
37 feeders.. 1W8 TOO 31 feeders.. 116 1 80
10 feeders.. 1017 S 60
HOGS Supplies remained extremely
light, although they weie me heaviest of
any day so far this week. Estimates
eg lied for fifty-four cars, or S.4AI htad,
bntiking the total for the three day up
to 6,61V bead. This is 6,iH smaller than
last week, and Is only a little over half
as large a lust year, but la a gain of
about ma) head over two weeks ago, when
the run wss, with ons exception, tns
lightest for several year.
The general market was a good dims
higher than Tursuay. Moat of the pack
ing Log sold at a spread of i .i At .
with a scattering as high ss $3. 00 and a
few above. Compared with last week's
closs cuireut vaiuas are from listjioc
higher on lights to a full 60c up on the
bulk of the mixed and heavy offering.
No A. Kh. r-rr At. h. Prr
t 41,1 ... T 14 4 3,6 au 7 14
(4 4i l 1 44 61 14 :) 7 la
aa i.a io 7 4 la an 1 16
tl ,t iiu In l 4u t u
1, I Mi 1 fiTVi "4 .- T a
71 S a) 1 Hi a i
41 alJt la T w at H4
ta lau 1 a4 ta 144
44 ' la 1 '
21 ID 441 1 U tVI ill
14 lit ... 1 46 tn 40
44 1"4 ISO 7 74 1 4
W Mi 411 1 il) M 4
SHEEP uppn were cut down again
today, the run of e.ghty-seven cars, or
24.uuu head, being the smallest for a
Wednesday for auine time, in number of
tars luuay's receipts are smaller than
a week ago, but the estlmsled number
of head was nearly 8,0X1 larger than on
last Wedpeauay. r or the first half of the
week the supply fools up a 646 head, a
shortage of 6,uu0 as compared with last
wtk, nearly at.OUO amaler than two weeks
ago and li.ouo short of the corresponding
days last year. Despite lessened supp.iea,
Omaha held il place aa ths largest sheep
market on the map, having 4.000 more
than were reported in Chicago, the largest
0. -s.. ..,!. I.. niB'-i'.
Later 3n when nothing sold over $3.6$,
and the Llk went at that figure and $.u0.
stveial sclera ouote I value as much ss
lOnlfcc down Practically sverytlilng-had
Let n auld before noon.
wn sold iieiore noon
Vrn" . .,,,. n lit. kl e trade annaMnttv
had no r'fee.t on ths feaaler buyer, who
went rttht abend patina fully steady
prices O.iod close woolrd lamb which
sue ths favor tea. were scans snd His
few real desirable feeders here sold
; fclVsL UuTk othloffarin.; ffi ,
from $ 2R down, a good manv aea rv
In reported nown cIoim to SA.OO Aewd
ewes sgain sold to breeder buyers as higi
,'at sheep were In light supply, and ths
few here took fully stead monev A faw
ewes again sold as high as $4.ta
food to rhulce. Ss.6niSnn; Ismhs, fair to
rod, Xv,.s 4V,; uvinij. teeners, i.7fcs)
(o, yearlinas. 4a.t- to rhou-e, ...7.W. .
jtaillnga, feedeis, l.tMD: wethers, fslr
to ehol o? ...4rii.V.; ewra. giod to enoice.
$f..Mu6.7&; see, fair to gonit, $4.7,jrt.60'
i wt s, common to .'air. ti.bV'an.QO.
414 Idaho feeding ewea
73 Idaho breenlng ewes
210 l lah breenlng ewe
1".7 Wyoming lambs
71 Utah lamb
14.1 Wyoming feeder lambs...
212 I tah feeder lamha.
T'4 Wynm'nR feeder lambs...
76 native lambs
4.1 native lainli ,
ft 2 Colorado lamb
777 South Dakota lambs
t 1114 4. 1.O t.tK 8TO K MARKET
ll.min CHli'AHO, Oct . CATTI.IC-Re.
celpts. It.nno head: market strong; native
beef rattle, 86 1i lO.Sfl; western steers.
KiU4it.8i: cowa and heifers, $3.2tvo3.60;
cnlvr. SS.nrati I2.ial.
HOOS ltrcrlnt ll.ta head: market
easy at 10 to 16c advance: bulk. $7.7rvdi
3; light, S7.6ntiR.85; mixed. $7.2".i R. rV;
hea$7.tirx.4.'; rough, $7.1My7.3G; plg,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Roeelpt, an0
head; ntaiRet at ron : wethers, $.7Mi)
6.nn; ewes, $; Sow,.); lambs, $7.00fj.lo.
(. I.aanla live Rtetetr Market.
ST. I1UIM, Oct. 4V CATTLE Receipts,
R.!X head; market higher; native beef
ateer. $;.f0m!0 3fi; yeaillng steer and
heifers , $H .vmio.jS; cow. $eflftf.0f;
atockers snd feeder. $6.0twtt7.7R: southern
steers. $6.2Ai)ft.60; cows and heifers, $4.00
4l6o; native calves, $n fAfrf 11.00.
HtM is Receipt. S.4H); market steaiy,
pig and light. $t;.(aSu.a6; mixed and
bu'ehera. $;ajiV4f; good heavy, $7-3v4
SHKKP AND LAMBS Receipt, $,m0;
market steady: lambs, $8.00lh.0; sheep
and ewes, $fiisj 7.76.
Kansas 4 Ity Live Stark Market.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. (I.-CATTLE-TO.
celpts, 12.00P head' market higher; prims
fed (leers, $9.6."iiS10.20; dressed beef sierra,
$7.7iVti.r0; western stwrs, $4&sJ!l);
slot kers and feeder, $.SOfcS.00; bulls,
$o.00r..on; cnlvea, $tfcX(?lt'.K.
HOOSf-p.ecelpta. 3ono head; market
higher: hulk, $7.iifi8.2o: heavy, $7.aOf8 15;
packer and butcher. $7.10lVs.ti; light.
$7.7ii.iV26; pips, $7.0tti.ofl.
hllEEP AND HMDS-Receipts, 10.100
head: market lower; lambs, $s 25"f8.70;
yearllnaa, tnAifj7.00; wethers, i"i.6-KS.60;
Inns Cltr Live fttoek Market.
SIOUX CITY, la. Oct. S. CATTLE
Recalpts, 2,0iW head; market steady; na
tive steers, I6.0i.il ta)- cowa and heifer.
$6.00166.36: csnners, $3.7Vii4.64i; stockers and
feeder, $6 i tJi.7fi; calves, $6.6OU.U0; bulla
stag, etc., $4 7IVirS.86.
Hoas Receipts, 8 600 head; market,
steady; heavy, 87.7TjX.tO; mixed, $7.4"fr
7.7il; light. $7.iotf;.40; bulk of salsa, $7.4ol
HI1SRP AND LAMBS Tlecelpta 1.J00
head; market steady; ewes. $4.oOSo,76;
Live Stock la Mlgkt.
Receipt of live stock at five principal
. . Cattle. IftMr, ghsep.
South Omaha 10.0CO 8.4 24,0
tsloux City ,'XI 2.500 1 1
Kansas City 11, mat d.iao lo.mtt
St. Ixiuls ,, h.fu l,i 2 '
Chicago ll.ouo lH.not) M.otO
...40, $8,300 67,000
New York Osaeral Market.
N!3W YORK, Oct. 8. HUGA R Raw,
steady; centrifugal, S.6uti3.64c; molasses.
2.'72fi.67c ltfliied, stesdy. Sugar fu
tures oiwned stesdy today and at noon
prices were 1 to 4 lolnts higher.
Dry fierode Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. (.-Cotton good and
yaen were strong today- with rlRlnq
J.rloe. Worsted knitting yarn were
bought freely for swentera nnd other
llyhter weight knit fabrics. Underwear
Omaka Baiter Market.
Twenty-six cents per pound to
dealer Is the pries th's week.
How Far the Sunday
Law Will Be Enforced
CHICAGO, Oct . Ths order Issued last
night by Mayor William Hale Thompson
that all saloons and dispenser of liquor
within the city limits must obey ths
stats Sunday closing law mt a varlsd
reception In Chloago today.
Sheriff Traeger, asked whether he would
enforce ths closing law In ths Cook county
towns outside of Chicago, where thsrs
rs many roadhouses, rspllsd that ha
would consult hlg attornsy. Chief of
Pollcs Heal.y said that ha would Unforos
ths ordsrs of ths mayor.
Officials of ths United Societies for
local self government, ths champions
of ths liquor forces, held several con
ferences with their legal advisors anl
sought for (rounds on which ths order
could be attacked In ths courts.
There also wag much discussion over
whether ths other sections of ths Sunday
law relativs to disturbing ths peacs of
society on Sunday Could bo snforoed to
prevent Sundsy bass bal aames and
closs theatres, drug stores, satins bouses
and other Sunday activities.
Carranza Will Probe
Shooting of American
Soldiers by Mexicans ,
VERA CRUZ. Out. .-Ordera have been
Issued by Carransa for a thorough In
vestigation of ths alleged shooting of
American soldier near Matamoros. and
assurances havs been given Mr. Belt,
octlng special agent of the State depart
ment, that In ths event of guilt being
established thoss rssponslbla would be
This ass ths substance of a reply given
today to representations or ths Unltsd
States made through Spsclul Agent Belt
Carranxa'a reply was couched m friendly
terms and Indicated surprise as to the
I Icturs of conditions on ths' border that
had been presented.
The Carrunza consulats today notified
Oeneral Carranxa that It had confirmed
a recent report that General Rosallo
Hsrnandes had revolted from Villa and
hss detested ths latter on Sunday In a
battle at Santa Roc I la, Villa retreating;
to Chihuahua City. Villa officials con
firmed the report.
U. S. DESTROYER VICTIM
IN MIMIC NAVAL WARFARE
NEWPORT, It. I.. OcL .-A strict
censorship was maintained by the Navy
department tonight on tha details of an
explosion and firs on ths torpedo boat
destroyer Cummlngs today. The damage
to tha vessel wss said to be slight but
It put back Immediately to this port to
land two of Its msn. who wsrs severely
. . ,
The Cummlngs left Newport yastarday
i , t-w. it, piacs with tha Tad" or
lu l, " . . " . .
attacking flset. In tha most elaborate
war gams ths Navy dsuaartausot has) yst
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