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    THE KEE: OMAHA, RAT1THDAY. (IlTmiKR IS, .:i:.
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FOR REXT,
Hssse a ad lottasea.
M torellnaesne.
H.8 ITU Lake, C rootni and bath,
20.X Jones, ( room and bath.
GLOVEK A SPAIN.
Doug, 89g 19 City National -,
BEST OKFK.R TAK fed T"iUS"
Six-room. fully modern, practically
new; rootni downstairs. I rooms anil
bath upstairs. Near Hanecnm park and
within twenty minutes' walk of down
town district Must be sold by Novem
ber I. Sei owner, Tyler tm. O
HOrSBS-APARTMENTB-FLATS.
2 -J-r.. 448 Frsnklln PL. modern.
0O--r., 1513 Jackson St
U"-6-1"- f4 Sout" mod. fiat
PT00r., tVO Park Av ., modern flat.
8 60-4-r. apt.. "The Harold. ' 17th and
Jackson Sis.
47.60 T-r.. B1J0 Burt St.. Dundee, modern.
garage.
WOO-7-r., tit South rih St., modem, hot
water heat; garage.
oo.OOg-r.. SV Harney St., modern, flrst-
claaa.
7s.00-8)-r., S3J1 Farnam St.. extra fin.
GEORUK CO..
OS City National Bank Bldg.
Phone Doug. 7W.
n8 Masnn St., 8-r.. all mod.. HO.
l"lf Pacific St.. 10-r., mod. ex. ht., $.
228 Poppleton Ave., -r., all mod., $.
Chicago St.. 5-r., mod. ex. ht., 130.
V N. ath St.. 8-r.. mod. ex. ht, lis.
IN Yates St., f-r., all mod., $25.
lfiOS Ohio St., a-r.. mod. ex. ht., 118.
4221 Fowler Ave.. tVr., mod. ex. ht., I1R.
1211 N. lth St.. t-r., mod. ex ht., VI. HI.
BIRKETT COM PA NT,
423 Bee Bldg. Dougla J.
Globe Van&Storage
Stores, moves, packs, ships; S-tiorse via
and t men, 81.16 per hr.; storage I. per
mo. 8attatactlon guar. D. 43.18 Ty. 2J0.
REAL ESTATK LOANS
liW TO ll,i made promptly. r. IX
Weed. Wed Bldg . IMh A Farnam Sta
CITY and farm loana, 8, &W. per cent
J. H. Dtimont A Co. 41 tate Hank
A "For Kale" ad wlU turn eccond-hand
furniture Into raah.
IIT1 property, tars loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas tv Stat- Rank Bldg.
city loans at
vV ANTKD Otmd (arts and
lowrtt rate.
PETUlt. TRfl CO. f.
Tamam,
OMAHA, h"iro Ka: Ncbrawaa farms,
O'KKKFF. REAL TSTATIi CO.
tmt Omaha Netlo-ial. Phone l..u.lna Til
MONEY on hand fot tliy n.1 farm loans.
H. W. Flndtr, CUV Nat'o i lal Han k Hid g
fif'CITT IOANs. C r. i arloorg. 31 (V
" 1? Rran.le'o Theater PM
HONKt to ii'sn on eastern Nal.raka
farms. Immediate action. United f tatt-s
Tntet CoTTinfrv tMnrhn. Neh.
MONEY on hand for cltv and firm lns.
H. W. Binder. City National Hank Bldg
ItF.Af. F8TATK FOli nXCHAXf.B
TRA DE-A $1.0rt)tkTnrririneitprn
Nebraska to trade for western Ne
braska farm land worth tho mon?y.
What have you? Box 2J.1. Fremont, Nh,
FIDELITY 1, FKEK
Phone Doi'cUs 2M for complete list of
vacant houses and apartment; also fof
Storare. niovlna. 10th and Jack ton lata
Gordon Van Co. ags
C N. 11th St
Tel. D 394 or Har 137.
GOOD auto sales room on
Very resaonable rent. Tr1.
Karnura St
Douk. 40W
TV ! ,J 'on ano bturax
Maggard s -
Ins. pavaut, ahlpplns.
Douglas 14DA.
17 U Webster Kb
SEE the Central Furniture Store's FREE
RENTAL MST.
SEVEN and five-room bouses: modern;
walking distance. Doug-las 4R9,
IT mi an a Creigh Sons & Co., Bee Bids,
nouses ln p.jt. of y,, cUVi
NEWLY furnished front room, i, and
3-room apartment, $X. 2933 Leavenworth.
J.C.Reed Sgfes
Co.,
4k
rnam.
movinaj,
storage.
D. 1144.
tores and Office.
STORE room for rent ln Murraj Hotel
FOR SALE OR TRADE
41 acres. Lincoln Co . Neb ; fenced,
windmill, small buildings. Want small
property In food aohool town.
, bOX M.8C11UYLEK.NKB:
ONK sinnll jro-cry. "nhout Sl.ftO; flx
turea, p0. Rent 110.50. Would want
small cotte-e or one-third cash, bal
ance lot or goo equity. B tOt. Bee.
KKAL KSTATK NOHTH SIDK
RKAL KSTATK ACHKAGK
FOR RENT OR SALE.
Two or four acres with water: will
rent or sell: for feeding, one mile and
half from stock yards. Phone ho. 13SL
REAL ESTATE VOH EXCHANGE
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Good Cash Demand for Wbtat Send
Price Up Two Cents, with a
Good Ran.
CORN RECEIPTS ARE LIGHT
OMAHA, October
A ood ch demand and fairly heavy
recolpta semis wheat tin i:
The hard winter wheat aold 1H hlg ier.
the spring filling from U to up and velvet
chaff wheat sold unrhrni to mo lower.
Corn receipts continue light only twenty-one
cars being reported In. ""f they
acre quickly sold. Corn was Ho higher.
Oata were steady, selling at unchanged
pricca.
Clearances: Wheat and flour equal to
ttt .000 bushels, corn, i.tiOO bushels, and
onta. l.lIS.OVO bushels.
Liverpool closed with wheat unchanged
to lHd up and corn H to Id hlaher.
Primary wheat receipts were l..O0
hu. and shtpmenta of 1.W3 0M hu . agulnst
receipts of l.StU.Ot'O bu, and shipments of
1.4MXit bu. last year.
lYImary corn recolpts were 4SI.O0O bu
and shipments of 47S,flnt bu.. aralnat re
relpts of tW.ooo bu. and shipments of
321,000 bu. lst year.
Primary oats receipts were 1.0w,00ft bu.
and shipments of W.OOO bu., against re
ceipts of 1.023.000 bu. and shipments ot
RS3.0VH) bu. laat year.
CAR LOT RFcrarrs
WhMt. oorn. tats
Chlcan
Minneapolis .
Dtiluth
Omaha
Kansas City
fX. Louts
Winnipeg;
477
41T
US
1W
1
.1 SM
11
u
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6tora building, country
for merchandise or vacan
QUICK exchange of properties. HKFN
u.. z:i state Bank Bldg
REAL ESTATE NOHTH SIDE
$3,150.00
room bungalow, modern, N. nth St.
11,300.00 cas!i, balance monthlv to suit.
Call owner evening, Huinry
WALK I NO distance, 26 Dodge, t-room
modern house, first-class condition,
ready to move Into; key at 2640. Don't
fall to look It through. W. W. Mitchell,
owner. Phone Webster 4S7J.
IF lOL have $1,200 and want a nice
home call Cuif&x, 84K, ownur. Address
S. C. 30", Bee.
Bungalow
We have a very classy, new B-room
bungalow, 24x40. that Is up-to-dnte In
every respect; oak finish and oak floors;
Bids. Inquire Mr. Kitchen, Paxton hotel, full basement, large attic; located 6739
ivortn th St., where all homes are new
homes and where many homes are beins
built. We will make terms to suit pur
chaser. '
WANTED TO BOUKOW
WANT to borrow 1700 from party direct
for one year or less on 7,ouO home, in
tooa neighborhood, on which there la a
1,000 building association loan, partly
paid off. Will pay good interest Ad
dress, c 206, Bee.
WANTED to borrow 110.000 for 6 years
at f per cent on Omaha real estate,
valued at $26,000. Address V 21B. Bee.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Nov. 1, to snare small otfloe
with professional or business man; cen
tral location; state business and terms.
Address A. P. Box 103. Niobrara,
Neb.
W AN '4 ED TO RENT Poultry farm
about ten acres, near Omaha, for period
of years. Send lull particulars. Address
P 213. Beo.
TWO or three unfurnished rooms, near
Central school; with heat. J-221. Boe.
WANTED TO BtTT
OFFICE furniture bought and sold.
C. Reed, WW Farnam. Doug. 4.
Yale bus everything 2d hand. Web. 4KH.
W1L.L. buy a Ford. 614 First Nat l Bank.
Norris & Norris
400 Bee Bldg. Tel. Douglas 4270.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
COSY 6-r. cottage, strictly mod.. 2!20 S.
Uth block to car, small payment
down, balance like rent. Owner. Wal. loos).
Then sales were reported today:
Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 1 car, $1.09;
No. S hard winter: $ cars, $1.09; 1 far.
$1.014; 4 cars. $1.1: $ cars, $1.07H; cars,
$1.07: 4 cars. $1.0iUi: 4 cars. $1.0ti. No. 4
, hard winter: I cars, $1.06; i car. $10$; $
I car 1I09- 1 ear II Mk' a i-ara 1101: IV
town, exchange eHT cltT g9C; J canli hk.: cars,
mt lots. Col. 440. . 97q. Sample; 1 car (corn mixed. $1.03;
1 car, ire; g cars, me; H ear, zc; i car,
90c; 4 car, 60c. No. $ spring: 1 car, $1 OR;
1 oar, $1.05. No. $ mixed: 1 car. $1.0H.
No. 4 mixed: 1 car, $1.01. No.. 2 durum:
1 car. $1.0U No. $ durum: I car. $1.00: 1
car. SK'Wc. No. $ (velvet chaff): 1 car.
$1.06; 1 car, $1.03; 1 car. $1.0S. No. 4 (vel
vet chaff): 1 car, $1.04. Rye: No. $: 1
car. 9Sc. No. 4: 1 oar. 2c: 1 car. lie.
Corn: No. 2 yellow: 4 cars, lWc. No. $
ye, low: i car, ic- no. i mixea: l car
(high color), (tic: 1 car, "Se. Sample: 1
car, AOo. Oata: No. $ white: 4 cars, $5c;
11 cars, $4Hc No. 4 white: 1 oar, $'o.
Snmi'le: 2. cars. MHc; 1 car, V-W?; t cars.
32c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat : No. 1 tur
key, $1.11(21.1?; No. turkey, $1.01.11;
No. 2 hard. $1 OMH.OPiv No. 8 hard, $1 Ooi4
frl.OS; No. 4 hard. VK-(f$l.: No. 2 spring,
$10501.07; No. $ spring. $1.041.M; No. 2
durum, ll.Ooifi't.01; No. 1 durum, 99c(o$l00;
sample, 60c$l .03. Corn: No. 2 white, 04
fliioc: No. t white, tmr0He; No. 4 white.
.wvtujoo; -o. 0 wnne. txrc; ino. b
while, 6-4tfMc; No. 2 yellow, MHtJ'tilHc;
No. 2 vellow. ailHc: No. 4 yellow. eft4t
Slc; No. 6 yellow, OOVfffdlc; No. yellow.
wmwHifj'v ,no. x mixed, eonmoatc; no. 1
mixed, bKuiiiHc; .o. 4 mixed, tiric:
No. 6 mixed. &9V4(fOc-: No. mixed. M'-a'S
6c. Oats: No. 1 white. 2603Ac: stand
ard. 3riw.W35Hc; No. I white, 34HvrSoc; No.
4 whi's :i34c. Farley: Malting, 4SHO
R34c: No. 1 feed. 46HNH. Rye: No. 2,
93'"!i!4c: No. 8. 2mFMe.
Chicago closing prices, famished The
Bee by Logan Bryan, stock and grain
brokers, 216 South Sixteenth street.
Omaha:
ATtlclTTOpen l HTgh.l Low. Cloee.Tes y.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE.
AN ACRE ON FARNAM CAR DINE.
$1,060 Is the price and It will cut up
Into six fine building lots.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
6th Floor Omaha Natl Bank Bldg.
Doug. 1781.-
HIGHEST prices for old clothing. D. 4714.
REAL ESTATE
FARM A RANCH LASDS FOR 1.1 L
Just a Home
Practically New
West Farnam
Seven of the nicest rooms you have
seen. All oak and white enamel flninh;
oak floors throughout; a good furnace;
full cemented cellar.
. EASY TERMS. .
American Security Co
Parsley: doe. Celery: Jumbn, T6c
do. Rutabagas: lic lb. Caull.'lower:
l"e lb. Potatoes: Co ore to whits stook,
bu. Minnesota Ohio. Wo bu. Ne
braska Ohios, fo bu. Sweet Potatoes:
Hampers, $1; Virginia, barrels. U 7.
NLTS No. 1 walnuts: ISc lb. Braslls
J?io lb. Almonds- c lb. Filberts:
12e lb. Pecans: llHO'lc lb. Peanuts:
No. 1 raw: to lb.; roaetej. to lb. Jumbo:
Raw. 7c lb.: roasted, tc lb. Cocoenuts:
$ bag; 7To ilos
MISOKDUANKOCS Crackerjack: $110
rase; H case, $1.71 Compcpi: $3.13 rsee;
H case. $1.A. Honey: $3.76 case, Airline,
$1.M rase.
XKW YORK UR.tUleAL M IIKRT
OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKET.
Cattle, Receipt Light and Trade it
Slow, Steady to Eaiier Sheep
Fully Steady.
HOGS STEADY TO TEN HIGHER
OMAHA. October l 10 V
Cattle. Hoea. Sheep.
..D.77 . 41.770
(IMAtatleaa of the Day Vsrtssl
Commofll t lea.
NFW YORK, Oct lS.-FlXCR-Steady.
WHEAT Spot, firm; No. 1 northern,
Duluth, $1.14, and No. 1 northern, Mani
toba, $1.10. o. I. f. Buffalo. Futurea eers
firm: December, $1.I64.
CORN Upot. firm; No. 2 yellow, 7V.
prom: t delivery.
OATS Spot, firmer: No. S wh'ta. 4!NV.
HAY-gtilet; No 1, $1 KHfUS; No 1
l (V1.16; No. $, 0c4i$1.00; shipping, 76tf
S&d.
HOPS-Steady: state. common to
eholc. ISIS crop, 2MiS0C; 1M4 crop, fl!c;
1' at-If lo roast, liuft crop, 130 lie; 1H14 crop,
H'HSc.
HIDES-Flrm; Bogota. 04JSlc; Central
America.
LiiATHKU rirm; hemlock firsts, 89
$Jc; seconds, HlOHlc. ,
TALLOW Firm; city. ie: country. 4
pc: special, 7Vc. j
PKOVISIONS Pork, steady; mesa, $14.00
e M: famllv. UO-imC 2J.50: short clears. !
fl'.fpOliWOO. Yteef. teadv; mess. 8l.N9
17.00; family. $18 OHW.00. Lard, easy;
middle west. $9.Mj.o.
BCTTKR Weak: receipt. t,M tubs;
creamery extrns. iiVfic; firsts, 2Ri,'c;
seconds, 24&xV-4c.
EXJGd Irregular: reoetpta, 7.862 eases;
oresh gathered extras. 34'5fc'c; extra
firsts, $m3c; firsts, 27t30e; seconds. lllk
CHKKSE Firm; receipts, 8.2MI boxes;
state, whole milk, fresh, flats, white and
colored, specials, lM?iM4e: state, whole
milk, fresh, flats, white and colored, av
erace fancy, l4a
POCDTRY Live weak: western chick
ens, ISiffMc; fowls, WMl'H'c; turksys,
ICe. Dressed, qntet; western fresh chick
ens, fcarrela, irrt3c: fowls. Iced, 14Ji'18Sc;
fro sen turkeys, lSHo.
I
Mlnneavolls Oralai Marlrex.
MINNEAPOD19. Oct. 18 WHEAT
$1.10V; No. 1 northern. $1 04fl1.0P4.
FLOC R t ncnanged,
BARLKY (SefiOo.
RYE-i97c.
URAN-$19 00.
CORN No. 2 yellow. (I77c.
OATS No. $ white, 8Ra3SHc.
Receipts were:
Official Monday.
Offlclnl Tnerdav It "V. 8.140 47 11
Official Wednesday.... 11. '$ 4 0k 2I84.
(.filial Thiuailay .... 4.W 6 71 l
Eetlmate Friday 2 T 8,1-i)
J4.7.'S lti2
18.4X7 1M.1I
26,1 11 TOS
Yl.Ptl 1).M
Lavllforavla,
Live Oak Coluniee, Dune better.' W. T.
6ml tb Co.. D18-14 City Nat. Hit. D. fil.
CAL1XKJM1A.
240 acres of irrigated land In Butte
oounly, California. Fine land, well
drained. Good alx-rootn ho hub, large
barn, fenced and crossed fenced. Uood
corn, grain or fruit land. Three miles
from town of 2.000, on main road.
This is $160 land, but owner is forced
to sell and will take $76 per acre. Takes
about s,0o0 to handle It. This is un
uualed bargain for quick sale.
10MESEluKil:RJJ LAND CO.. (Inc.)
628 Bee Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
Cam da.
FOR SALE OR LEASE Any part of 4.00$
sores near Rcsetown, Saskatchewan. I
raised 160,000 bushels of nan and .000
bushels of flax on land this year. Price
cheap and terms very easy. Frank Craw
ford. Omaha, Neb., or Rosetown. Sask.
Doug. 601$.
17th and Douglas.
Nebraska.
Home Farm Near
Omaha
. On Military road, 160 acres, all splendid
farm land.
Fin grove. Buy this Ideal home.
.CTKeefeReal Estate
Co.,
101 Omaha Nat
Douglas 2715 o
Douglas County
Farm For Trade
A client of ours, who is a farmer, on us
160 acres of land located about IK miles
from Omaha. He la anxious to trade
same for cheaper land, as he wants to
go into the stock raising bunlneg uu a
more extensive scale.
Here is a chance for you to trade your
land located out in the state fur some
thing close to Omaha, but same must
be priced right and no Inflation.
For more complete descrtpt.on, write,
phone or call.
Hiatt-Fairfield Co.,
880 Omaha Nat'l Hk. Bldg. p. 49a,
See This Sure!
Owner says sell this place now. Is In
Cathedral district, has 7 rooms, is mod
ern, complete with hot water heat and
small barn; large lot, near school, stores
and car.- It is a bargain at the price
asked and the easy terms offered. Ad
dress 4031 Charles St. For price call.
Creigh, Sons & Co.
Douglas 300.
608 Bee Bldg.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
REAL ESTATE AUCTION
. SALE
Monday, Oct. 18th, at 1 P. M.
Sharp.
S. W. Corner of 20th and Lake
Streets, on Car Line.
Improved with, modern 2-story pressed
brick flat, nearly new. and one 5-roorn
residence. Hue of ground luo ft. frontage
on Lako and M ft. frontage on 20th St
Must and will be soli! to highest bidder
Property rents for $10.5) per month and
Is permanently rented.'
For reasons not mentioned this hlgn
grade property must go on tho auction
block Monday, Qctobcr 18. at 1 o'clock In
the nftei iiiion. and he sold.
Terma: Terms ran be arrunped on day
of sale for nn $0M loan hack on th
I property at low rate of Interest. Bal
ance ens n (is soon us ni'iitract of title is
furnished purchaser, $2)0 to be paid to
auctioneer on date of snlo to be held
In escrow till deed and a hat rnct is de
livered. Frank Rohacok, Owner.
DOWD AUCTION CO., .
Auctioneers.
Phone Red 32Kj-o
atlMBe.wla.
840 ACRES. 4 cilu from Minneapolis.
one mile from town; 10 acres i.nder
cultivation; balance used for upturn;
can practically all be cultivated; heavy
oil; good set bui'diugs, cunmstliAg cf, $
room house, large barn, granary, corn
cribs, wind mil., etc.; the ul.j uul pro
duce W bushei of corn per acre; tele
phone in huuev; country thickly settled:
Complete set Of machinery; iff head of
stock, consisting ui 11 cows, balance 1
and I-yeax-olus; si good hores, ii hugs,
. chickens; one-halt of this year crp
end everything on tne (arm goes at $.)
per acre, half cash. i?ch"ab Droa., tad
Vlvmouth Hl1 , Minneapolis, Minn.
Wheat I
Dec. 10M4I 107H 108 1 Mgj(
May 1 TOVmP 1 OMi 1 08 1 08 1 7tt
, 1081
Corn 1
IC.f6SiSr9i58H'i?H W B'4Bi5WiffH
Oats I
Dec. SSHI39H(?fS S8S S9B !WH
Way 89'ti7(.,40Vt.lk .SSHiSmg) tJ
Pork
Dec. 16 00 16 26 14 9S 16 00 16 20
16 00
Jan. IT 70fli 17 80 17 20 17 M 00
17 72Vi
Oct. 60 62V 415 t 46 . t 2H
Jan. Wtt t 70 27H 4J 70
rv4
. Oct.
Jan. j 66 66 4JH TO
Five days this week 51 m U.til T.V4
Same days last week. S l.a 1SS.1
Same days i wks. g.W.ffT
Same daye t wks. ago .7M
Banie days 4 wks. ego.Koto
Same duva last year...X3.17t
The following table shows tha receipts
of cattle hoe-a and sheep at the
Omaha live atock market for the rr to
date as compared with last year:
191. 1I4. Ine.
Cattle m,t 1T
llofl S.W'4 1.K4S.1J7 Tj.va
Sheep t.123 a.4.107 101.01
The following table ahowe the averaae
prices of ho at the Omaha live stock
market for the last few days with comparisons-
Data7 116.J1U. 1918. 1 lSil.j lll. IK.
Sept ri T n I Ml I AS: I H' 4 I 1
Sept. M1 T SSS I 16 I 661 4 14 I 3J, I (
I IIP - i a in a ' i
T 17t
T ISS
7 W
11.
Hept tl
Sept. M
Oct 1
Oct.
o.-t
Oct
tK-t.
Oct
Oot
Oct
Oct.
tct
Oct
Oct II
Oct. II.
Oct. 14.
Oct. IS.
T67
I
T
US,
I Itw
I r.ta
7 ' : ii mi a 4ii l
7 8 111 I 4 I M t fj
7 ( 1, I 44 4 If. I 1 M
7 t; I m ' 4f.
7 70
7 6
T V
7 40
7 74
7 4S
7 4
7 l
1 U
I 15 I l Ml M 7 H
7 81 It) I HI I r 7
8 io' a a 4: i 9i
7 Wl I 71 4.1 8 471 t 64
7 an; s T(, -T
Hi I 771 t 47
T t I 80 4 4
I 01
8 IN
8 011
7 84'
8
I as
8 Ml
a ml
IK It
7 64
I Ml
III 8 Ml T 87
Nl 8 41 1 7 70
271 8 M 7 M
C 87' 8 87 7 40
I 8 4 7 48
onlv iirout thirteen ck'k. or Some IdfO
heid, rh'iwtng up. Iti.s Is leas tlmn
half as large as the si.rly lt Prldry.
but Is "I'sht'v lariter than the iffrrln(a
two wr'-k'i nito today. The weeks
nrrlvalK foot '! 1?7 J head, l-elnk almost
(Yi smaller than a week a"r and nearly
S-lOXO smaller than for the iHrrepondtp
da)s left year, but a gain of about 4,0iJ
head ever two weeks nfn. As compared
with four weeks ano, when supplies were
the heaviest of the year, thl week's
run shows a falling off of H.ooo head.
One string of fat lambs nmde tip al
most the entire supply todav and they
sold on a fully steady bams, brlnglna
the week s standard price of 160. As
was noted yesterday thl flcum has
bousht practically all the good, fat lambs
since Monday. Current values are all
of leu ife lower than the general market
a week auo and mlpht be a little more
than that In spots.
Quotations on hep and Dambs
Lambs, good to choice. JS tM's.iO; lambs,
fair to good, 88 2.'-1 .40; lumhs. feeders,
17.75 40;l yearllnss, fair to holee. li.Ts
(fi-A.76; yearlings. fee.e:a. l.o4r;. 10;
wethers, fair to choice, &.fc04i W; ewes,
good to choice. 8r.'0.10; ewr. flr to
good. 4.7Mr.; ewea. feeders, 4.6i' 60.
Hepreacntatlves sales:
No. A v. f'r.
4 S Nevada laml 8 60
r.lo Nevada fee.ler lambs M 8 0
1M Idaho lambs 70 8 2..
80S native feeder lamha 67 8 15
1,600 Wyoming 'ede lambs..., 61 8 4(
Mt Wvomlnu feeder lambs.... 42 8 tw
yn Idaho ewe H 1
81 Idaho ewes 101 60
J78 Wvoming wethers W 8 oo
44 Wyoming wethers M 8 00
si Idaho feeder ewe ar 6 15
117 Idaho feeder lambs i W
M Idaho feeder lambs 67 8 in
rst Idaho feeding yearling...''!
J Idaho yearlings 81 8 K
M Idaho yearllnits M )
10 Wyoming fieter ewe is n e
?ll Wyoming feeder ewes 1 4
70 Wyoming lambe 77 8 60
S1 Wyoming lambs 8 6 W
U6 Wyoming lambs 80 8 60
CHICAGO LIT n StOC K MABKHT
NEW YORK JTOCK MARKET
Dealing-i Fall Far Below the Mil
lion Share Margin.
THIS FEATURE OF THE DAY
Sunday.
Receipts and disposition of live stock
t the Union Stock Yards, Houth Omaha,
Neb., for twenty-four hours ending at
t o'clock p. m. yesterday:
RECK1 PT8 C A RS.
Cattle. Mogs. h'p. H"r a.
B Bid.
CHICAGO GRAIX AND PROVI8IOI4S
V Im'uwU.
t'PPEK WISCONSIN Uest dairy and
general crop state in the untun; settlers
wanted; lands for sale at low prices on
easy terma. Ask for booklet 34 on S Ucon
ain Central l-and Grant. Excellent lands
for aloe raising. If Interested In fruit
Unds ask for booklet on appls orchards.
Address Land and Industrial Depart. dui
Dine Kaliway. Minneapolis Mlun
MUocllavruaa.
HAVE YOU A FARM FOR KALEf .
Write a good description of your land
and send !t to tne gioux City, la., Journal,
-Iowa'a Most Powerful Want Ad Ms
dlum " TwtMv-five worda every Friday
evening. Saturday ar.orMng and every
Saturday eveiim- and bunday morning
for one mouth, 4,'iving sUUen ads on
twelve different ouyg lor 12; or bO words.
14. or 76 words. 66.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper. lnu.Ouu icu-icrs daily in four great
a'ates
Apartments, flats, houses and cottages
can be rented quickly And cheaply by a
ilea "For Rent."
REAL ESTATK IXVESTMKXTS
Farnam Street
A Growing Street
We can offer on this street for a short
time, 100 feet near Hat St., for 12.60c'.
IK feet near this, some Improvements,
136.000.
08 feet east of Farnam school. 113,200.
Harrison & Morton
IS Omaha Nat D. 814.
Feature aof the Trading; and Closing;
Prices on Board of Trade,
Great Britain and France would abandon
tho attempt to open the Dardanelles re
sulted today In a quick advance In wheat
values here. The market closed unset
tled, but lSe to Wa net higher, with
December at Jl.OK and May e.t I1.W4.
Corn rained K(t9 tq le and pats lS4o
to IHftmc. Provisions finished 1'ViO to !
70C lower.
Much wild trading was witnessed ln the
wheat pit. and especially during tl e first
few minutes at the start. Some of the
transactions then showed a Jump of
nearly So a buehel compared with yester
day's close, but the bulk o' the d-v's
htisineas was done at a material reaction
from the top of this excited upturn. I
fact that the market at Liverpool was
admitted to be nervous over the chances
for a complete relinquishment or any
hope of supplies from the Black Sea did
a good deal to add to the buying fever
here, and especially as cargo arrivls In
Great Britain were said to be wholly in
adequate to meet the current demand.
Profit taking nn the part of holders was
chiefly responsible for the numerous set
backs that prevented the wheat market
from fully holding the extreme gains. On
the other hand, storms over the domestic
winter wheat belt tended to give support
to prtcea late In the session and so did
the opinion of a leading authority that a
big decrease was likely ln the winter
crop acreage this fall.
Com ran up with wheat and as m re
sult of unfavorable weather. Besides,
crop damace reports were numerous from
Iowa and Nebraska.
In the oats crowd buying Was stimulated
by a lively demand from the seaboard.
Country offerings Increased, but did not
appear to check the unturn.
Realizing sa'ea hv the smaller packers
were what mainly carried down provl
flons. Weakness !n the cottonseed oil
market tended to widen the break.
OMAHA 1 KMER At. HAItKfcT.
BKEF -lTT8 Ribs: No. I. lHc; No.
t 16Hc; No. 8. li'.ic. Loins: No. 1, !lc:
No. t. Dc; No. 8. 14c. Chucks: No, t
10c: No. I. 8Vte; No. 8. 80. Rounds: No.
1. 14''. No. 2, 14o; No. 8. 13c. Plates:
No. 1. inic; No. 2, i'ic; No. 8, 8io.
FRljlTS-Oranres: " California Valen
cia, ITtie. 200H. 21b, 2Hs. I box; Cali
fornia, Vulencliii, 12.s, lfr'S, Hats. 3Ue, 8o.it
box. Demons: Extra fancy Golden
Bowl, i box: extra fancy Ool.len
Bowl, .tiio. U.W box; extra fancy Sun
klst, 8. 160-. 14.50 box; Red Ball, It box.
Grapefruit: Vm. 46s. 6ts, W, Ms, i box.
Peaches: Colorado Egberts a, extra fancy,
C5c crate: Colorado Alberta, fancy tic
crate; California Hal ways, 660 crate.
Prune: i""' crate. Pears: Clargiuek,
82.(0 box; Krlers. buehela, 11.25. AfUyles;
Large coolUmt and linking. Jl bbl ; Jona
thans. Jl.'Vi hlil.: Uclleflowers, 1160 box;
foney M ho Jonnthana). 8140 box: extra
fnncy Idaho Jonathans, 81.60 box. Grapes;
Toksya, 81. ST. crate: Cone,rds. Mk-hluans
and New Yorks. le backet. Bananas:
Medium fruit. I?4tf 2fi bunch; Jumbo
I
Kaasaa Cltr Grain mm Provlalons.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Oct. 15.-WHKAT
No. I hard. tl.071.16; No. I red, I1.1&9
l.i; ieceniDer, ai.w-s; May, ti m'A.
CORN-No. 4 mixed. 62HffHc: No. I
white, SiKJe; December. K4Hc: May, 6684
le.
OATS No. I white. S80WO; No. I mixed.
8f.36o.
' Liverpool Grain Marstei.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 15. WHKAT-Spot.
No. 1 old Manitoba, 12s IHd; No. I new,
11s 8d: No. I old. Us Hd; No. 1 northern
Duluth, lis lOd; No. 8 hard winter, 12s 8d.
CORN Spot American mixed, new, as
FLOUTt-Wlnter patents. 41s d.
St. loala G ratal Market.
ST. IOTTIB, Mo., Oct. 16. WHEAT No.
1 red, 81.19- No, i hard, nominal; Decem
ber, yl.0W4rM.(S: Mar, t OKS.
CORN No. 8, 83c; No. 1 white. 83ttO4c;
December. Mvq1AV.-, May, te.
OAT-No. . Sc; No. I white. 17H
ev!o.
Coffee Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. ll-COFFEE The
market for ooffee future opened at un
changed prices to a decline of 1 point
but very soon firmed up on covering by
near-month shorts and some scattering
buying which appeared to be Inspired by
the continued steadiness of Braail. Busi
ness was largely In the way of switching
from December to later months, that de
livery being exchanged for May at 10
points. July at 80 points and September at
Vi points. After selling at (.23c early,
Djpcember . advanced to (.880, while May
Bold up to t.67o, and the general Hat
closed at a net gain of from 1 to 7 points
ror tne day. pairs were w twu Dags, uoi
tober, 8Jc; November, 6.32c; December,
8.8c; January,' 8.40c; February, (,41kj;
March. f4c; April. 8.6I0; May, (.660;
June. 6.82c; July, 8.68c; August, 8 72c; Sep
tember, 4L77o. - Spot, steady: Rio 7s, 7o;
Santos 4s, 8c. Cost and freight offers
were steady, ranging from about 88.40 to
18.70 for Santos is and around 18.90 for
Rio 7s. English credit. Rio exchange on
London wag l-16d lower, but the market
at Rio was 60 rels am) Santos 100 rets
hls-her. Rio cleared 8.000 bags for New
Oretans,
C. M. Bt P .
Wabash 1
I Vnlon Paclflo 8 7 1
: C. A N. W.. east... 14..
C. dt N, W west... I 10 4
C, flt. P.. M. O.. 1 I
C. B. A q., eaet II
C, B. y.. west... 28 10
C, H. I. P.. east. 1
Illinois Central 1 I
Chicago 0. W. I 1
Total receipts ... 47 46 IS
DlW"OdlTION-HF.AD.
Cattle. Hogs. Shren.
Morris A Co
Swift A Co 4!t
Cudahy Packing Co HeS
Armour A Co 682
Schwarts A Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co.... 7
Benton, Vansant A L.. 131
Hill A Bon 15
F. B. Uwli 1M
J. B. Root A Co 74
J. If. Bulla 27
L. F. Hues 84
Rosenstock Bros 100
McCreary A Kellogg.... 80
Werthclmrr A Degen... 1M
H. F. Hamilton 107
Sullivan Broa 24
Rothschild 82
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.... JM
Christie 39
Hlgglna II
Huffman . U
Roth 7
Meyers I
Tanner Broa W
John Harvey 106
Kline ,. 77
Pennls A Francis 14
Other buyers 8.028
215
4!R
l.SM
675
rra
Mi
Tm2
8t
H3
418
Cattle
Firm akeep
Totals
...4,967 1.814
1,080
6,681
CATTL.EV Receipts were very light only
forty-five cars being reported in. They
consisted largely of trash and undesirable
kinds.
There was noUilns? really desirable In
the way of beef steers, and partly for
CHICAGO, Oct. 18. CATTLE Recelpla,
I. ooo head: market slow; native beef
steers, $4.Vfrio.40; western. lflOTex.&0.
cows and heifers, l(a.86; calves, 7.7t.i
II. 75.
HOOS Receipt. 14,009 head: market
firm, unchanged to 6o higher; bulk, 81
I light. tJ.0Utf4.90; mixed. I'MMJ.
heavy, t7.1T0; rough, f7.9R8.16; pigs,
te.IMiT 78. .
SHKEP AND IAMRH Receipt. 6,000
head; market trong; wethers, 8ft.8HT7.00;
ewea, I4.10C6.40; lamoe, 88.WW06. '
Germany and U. S.
Relief Body to Act
To Feed Belgians
THE HAGUE (Via London). Oct. 14.
The chief of the Oerman army staff In
the east and west Flander son of oper
ations announce that an arrangement
for the provisioning of about 1,000,000 Bel
gian civilians In that district ha been
concluded with Herbert C Hoover. Oecar
T. Croby and Julius A. Van He, rlo
consul at Ghent representing tha Ameri
can relief commission.
The German authorities hay requisi
tioned at fixed price the cereal and root
crops over a stated allowance for the
family and animal of each grower. The
whole of these crops, except oata and rye,
will be handed over to the commission
for distribution. In the place of oat and
rye the German will furnish tha oomrala
slon with wheat.
In exchange the commission undertake
to Import wheat sufficient to make up
the deficit, together with the usual ration
of bacon, lard, rloe and foddsr. The dally
average of Imports by the commission
Into this aectlon amount to about 1.000
ton.
Tha arrangement providing for the dis
tribution of tha harvest to the 4.800,000
people under th Jurisdiction of the Oer
man governor general, von Biasing, which
NKW YORK, Oct 18. Perhaps the mot
significant feature of today's trading was)
the fact that dea lines fell far below th
million share margin, sale amounting to
only .imo shares. It was the first
full arasion In something like threo
weeks In which the output failed to at
tain seven figures, not to mention the
many dnya In which dealings ranged
from ,).0 to l.Too.iioo shares.
There were further Indication of .til
abatement of public Interest, commission
houses being far leas prominent In the
dny's operations, evidently the warnings
recently emanating from responsible
quarters which pointed to the danger
ariplng from a continuance of the iimu
latlve mimia were unarlng fruit. Latewt
developments In the European war In
cluding the possible abandonment or the
Dardanelles rnnialgn by the allies also
acted as a check, foreign offering of
our stocks being much less freely ab
sorbed. Opening prices disclosed considerable
Irregularity, with a preponderance of
declines, Theae were neutralixrd ln a
measure hv gnlns In some of the war
stares. Including Bethlehem Steel, which
c.pened at a lower level, but ascended 8
Points from yesterday's close to the new
hlsrh record of 47S before mldlny. later
touching 477.
WeaUnghouse, the most active iasue of
the day, American Smelting and Ameri
can' can comprised the few elements of
actual strength, I'nlted State Steel show
ing further pressure. Anne of the rails
were firm for a ftme notably Canadian
Pacific, the Anthracites. Union Pacific
and Krle, but St. Paul, Chicago A North-
weaiern. iew Haven. Illinois Central
and Chesapeake A Ohio were variably
lower.
As uauaL th aelltns? movement srath-
ered force In the later dealings, most
advances In specialties then being
changed to Inesea, with general heaviness)
elsewhere. The closing waa heavy with
n abrupt decline In Rock Island. South
Porto Itlco Susar. with a further s-aln
of 19 points to 1(4 was among th few
outstanding taaiiea or th day.
Bond weie firm at the nutaet. but eased
off later, a feature being several small
saiea of Anglo-French notes at 8714, a
fraction under the auhacrintlon nrlce.
Total sales, par value, were it.848.000.
wnvernment bond were unchanaed on
call.
Number of aale and leadln Quotation
on stock were as follows:
Bales, nish. Dew. Claes.
Sweden Says Britain
Violated Neutrality
LONDON, Oct 15. The Swedish govern
ment has instructed Its minister at Lon
don to protest against the violation of
Swedish neutrality by British submar
ines ln the Baltic, according to a Stock
holm dispatch to Reuter'a Telegram com
pany. It 1 alleged that British ubmarins
hav sunk two Oerman . steamer In
Swedish water.
Kansas City Live Stoek Market.
KANSAS CITT, Mo., Oct. 1S.-CATTLE
Receipt, 800 head; market weak; prime
fed teer, tS.6OOT10.O0; dressed beef steer,
88.004Ht.40; western steer. 8H.40tf8.75; Block
ers and reeder. xn wrge.w; puns, o.p
8.25: calves, 0Oftl0.2R.
HOOS Receipts, 6,000 bead; market
steady: bulk of sales. $8.0018.66; heavy.
M.0O.ra: packers and tnttchers, 88,10
b.m: light, 4K.iiwa.wi; piKs sn.wmpi.io.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1,200
head: market steady; lambs. I8.254TW66;
yearlings. W60r7.26; wethers, $6.764260;
ewes. $6.50(0.ia
t. Loal Live Stock Market.
ST. LOri8. Oct. 16. CATTLE Receipt.
1,000 head; mnrkat steady; native beef
steers, 87.60110. 2f; yearling steer and
helfer. 88.60i10.26; cows, $.OlV?f.00; stock
era end feeders. OMi7.7C : southern
steers. 86 2fvfr8.fi0; cowa end helfera, M 00
em 60: native calves, i.iinLw.
HOG" Receipts, 6.100; market lower:
m. and ll.hta t.7fAi.86: mixed and
butcher. $8.668.86; good heavy, 18.409
gSHElCP AND IAMBS Receipt, 700
head; market Bteadv: lambs, 8.OOy.0O;
iheep and ewes. 8a.00a7.7&.
' Slows City Live Stock Market.
mm TV CITY. Oct. 16. CATTDK-Re
eatixa HlO head: native steers. 86.504(4.76:
cows and heifers. U-bXtiGM; stockers and
feeders.
nitna Her, tula. 1.600 head: market 6c
to 10c higher: mixed. $8.208 JO; light, 88.18
e.K'hi- hulk of anles. 18 7tfn8.26.
KHBKP AND LAMBS Receipts, 7.009
head: market steady; ewea. 8H.&0HJ&.76;
lambs, 88.10.
Oil mm Botla.
SAVANNAH. Oa.. Oct. 15. TtTRPBTf'
TINK Firm at iVue: sales, 108 bbl.;
receipts. bbl.; shipment, 163 bbl.;
stork, 10.X'Z DDI.
RUBIN Firm; Bale. 1.628 bW. ro-
eeiota 942 hbla. : shloments. 100 bbls.
stocks. 60,878 bbls. Quotation: A, B, C,
D, B andF. 8176; G, 83.77H; IX. 11.80: I,
aS.Kf,: K. 14 06; Jd. $4.00; N, 6.M; WO. $.;
WW. 86.40. i
St. Joseph L.IVO Bteek Market
ST. JOSKP1I. Oct. 16. CATTLE Re
ceipts. hOO hsad; market steady; steers,
$0.ania 10.00: cows and heifers, 4.00lif9.2&
enlvea 87 .OfKi 10.60.
HOGS Receipts, 1,000 heed; market
steadv to strong; top, 13. 65; bulk of sales,
ti un 40.
BHKEP AND LAMBS-neeeirds. t,0
market steady; lainbu. lx.0u-Uii.66.
, Cottoa Market.
NEV TORK. Oct. IS. COTTON Fu
tures closed steady; October 1213c; De
cember U.i: January, 12.77c; March,
IS OV: Mav. 13.13c.
ml. n - . . . n I - .. , .U...4 .l.atf m m
-.... , 'hDn.iiiinn a nrA Tnw t lmn. i - i " 1 v " " . . '
lb. C.nVa.oupe.T-dllorado'' pink VkHPCC rSt.
ILS'- ... !.Mler: mod m d.llln. 7.d: middlin
FRt'lTS Oranges' California Valen
cia. 17s. 200s. 216s 2mq W box; Cali
fornia Valencia, 12vs, Uus, tsita. leO.
iC.'l box. Demons: Extra fancy Ool.
don Bowl, amis, th box: extra fancy Gol
den Bowl, 360. $4 60 box; extra fancy.
Kutiktitt. 'a. MOs. $460 box; Red Ball.
84 box. Peaches: Colorado Elbertes.
extra fancy, 6c crate; Color. io Kl
bertaa. fancy. o rate; Utah Ktbertaa,
6nc box; California iialway. 6o boa.
Prunes: Italian, 96c crate; Italian, quan
tities, tOe crate. Pears: Clargliie, $2.88
crate; Kellers. 84 23 bu. Apples:
Large cooking and baking. U bbl.; Jona
thans. $X60 bbl.; Belief lower. It. SO boa.
Orape: Tokays, $1.35 crate; Concord,
home-grown, tic basket Bananas: Me
dium fruit. 12 OCM2.25 bunch; Jumbo
fruit, ChapKainale and Port Llmon, 4e
lb. Cantaloupe: California, mission
brand, standards, 83.76 crate; California,
mission brand, ponies, (I tt crate; Cali
fornia, mission brand, flat. Cto crate;
Colorado Burwells, pink mealed, tue
crste. Watermelons: ISto lb.
ViXETABLEu Cabbage: 10 lb.
Head Uuu.e. tl d.s. Leaf Lettuo. uc
doa. Onions: Red, 8c lb.: Waahingtoo
yellow, IV lb; Spanish, 11.60 crate. Wax
and green beans: 6oc basket. Tomatoes:
Market price. Peppers: S0o basket.
low middling, 6.75d; sales, lii
7.23d;
bales.
Metal Market.
NEW TOrtK. Oct. 15.-METAIJ-rop-Der.
steadv: Electrolytic. $18 OffK8.25. Iron
steady and unchanged. Metal exchange
mu.it-t tin steadv. 81?TMiH.0O.
At London: Boot copper. 72 10s: fu
tures, 78; electrolytic, i-8. 8pot tin, l'.A;
future, Cl&l 16s. Antimony.
S agar Market.
NEW TORK. Oct. . SUGAR Raw
firm: centrtfusal. 4.01c: molasae. 1 14c.
Ileflnad steady. Susar futures ODened
'Irmer todsy. At noon prices were 4 to
i point net. n'gner.
Uvaperate4 Apples sad Dried Fralta
NFW YORK. Oot. 15. EVA PORATED
APPLES Inactive.
DRIKD FKDIT8 Prunes, firm. Apri
cot and peach, steady. Rauflns, firm.
Dry Good Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. U.-DRY GOODS
Cotton good and ribbons advanned. Wool
markets were firmer. The ready-to-wear
trade was moderately busy.
that reason and Partly because packors i waa made aom tlm ago, la operating
hav been heavy buyer all the week the i Bmoothly. It Is reported that an arrange
trad waa extremelv alow and dull, with , , . (Vl. i h. --...
the feeling weak. There was very little ment of the same co-operative character
In the way of cowa and heifers, and they, has been affected between tha German
too, were Blow and dull. There waa ome j general ataff and tha commission, pro
little demand for . feeder, wh eh were vM, f- th. t.i,in ,h. Brnn.
for 1,600,000 French civilian In th occu
pied portion of Franca,
about steady, but Inferior and light feed
era were slow. There ha been a aplandld
country demand for feeders this week,
and In si'lte of the large receipt cattle1
of that description have been well cleaned
up bo far as first hands were concerned.
Speculators still had quits a good many
on hand thl morning.
Th total number of car of all kind
of atock cattle, hog, sheep and homer
Is the largest this week In the history of
the market.
Th week I closing with every animal
old. Considering the enormous recelina
of cattle, amounting to practically 62,000
head, and tne unfavorable condition or
the trade at other point, the market
here has been In a most satisfactory con
dition. The capacity of th cattle yard
has been strained to tho utmost, but
buyer have stood up to the rack and
have taken everything coming, both
killer and feeder, prices are aomo
lower, especially on the trash, which waa
entirely too high In comparison with
other market, but there ha been no ln
of demoralisation In the trade. With
lighter receipt In prospect for next week,
many operator on the market are pre
dicting a speedy recovery of such loss in
values as has taken place.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
fed yearling. l9.0Mi,76; fair to good fed
yearlings. $K. K0ina.ro; common to fair fed
yearlings, $6 tWr8.60; good to choice heavy
beeves, $9,004(0.75; fair to good oornfed
beeves, $8.3O-ti.O0' common to fair corn
fed beeves, $(.75-08.10; prime grass beeves,
l-t.OOT7K.75, good to choice grass beeves,
$7 6O-M8.0O: fair to good grass beeves, $7.00
(j7.60; common to fair grass beeves, 86.00
1 w; good to choice grass tinners, au.uu
8.76; good to choice grass cows, $.0OJ
40: fair to good cows. 8A 0i4i.00; com
mon to fair eows, $4.oiktfe.OO; prime feed
ing steers. 88 OOBK.io; good to choice feed
ers $7.40i(17.86; fair to good feeders. W SO
7.40; common to fair feeders. $5.6ov 80;
food to choice Blockers, 17.75-tfx.OO; fair
o good stockers. $6.7.,ri7.7F; common to
fair stookera, $6.bu4JI.76; stock heifers. 85.. 6
4JW.V0; stock cows, $5.6044'. 26; stock calves,
$8.6O4id.60; veal calves, $;. 00-010. M; bulls,
stags, etc., 84.264j8.86.
36 feeders.. 11 (76 $6 steers... .1182 160
12 feeders.. (2t IK I cows 646 4 6"
36 feeders.. ION) 7 46 141 feeders.. 941 195
15 feeders.. 670 ( 16
St feeders.. 870 86 84 steers.... 911 I 46
48 steer.... Mrt ( S6 11 foeder.. 731 (46
14 feeder.. 901 ( 85 8 cows 10u8 I 70
HOUI4 Receipts Jropped off t.Klay, the
run of forty-seven cars, or 2,700 head,
being less than half as large as yesterday,
and the smallest of the week since Mon
day. The total for the week to data of
18,212 head Is 6,000 larger than a week ago,
and almost l.ooO liinsr than last year,
but smaller than two weeks ago by 1,600
head.
There waa more life to tbe shipper trade
this morning and outside purchase were
made un a fully 6c higher hauls, some of
them being as much as a dime above
yesterday's general market. Shippers
bouxht a good many mixed butoher
weight and heavy boss milking most of
their purchases at $.Ji8 4o. with top
again at $ 46. A was the case yesterday
there was nothing real choice ln the
butcher line here, and what good light
showed up were not very eagerly sought
tfier.
Packers' early offer were made on
about a steady basis. Nothing sold right
-n the start, ho. fever, and hy the tlm
the movement started values had Im
proved until most of the sales were made
on a strong to 6c higher basis. Movement
was far from active, but the bulk of the
'tght offerings was cleaned up by 9:li0.
On the extreme close values weakened
and whatever advance wis scored early
had been lost at the wlndup. The general
market waa about 6c higher than Thurs
day. There were seversl loads still in
first hands when buyers left the yards
Bulk of th day's sales landed at $s.2W
1.36. Current prices are around a quarter
higher than at the close of last week.
It might le mentioned that yeaterday's
trade closed st the low time, lata sales
being a'l of WH'.c and In snots fully 16c
lower than Wednrsdiiy's average. A few
loads were held oter ror loony
Britons Want Fliers
Ravage Kaiser's Land
LONDON. Oct. U. The proposal of re
plying to Oerman air raids by "bombing
his sleeping town a h bomb our"
received an enthusiastic endorsement at
a raaaa meeting held today In th great
hall of the Cannon street hotel. In tha
financial district of London. Lord Wll
loughby De Broke and William Joynson-
Hicks, members of parliament, were the
principal speakers at the meeting. '
"We have com here," said Lord Wll-
loughhy De Broke, "to urge upon gov
ernment that they have got to taka
steps to atop th kind of thing that hap
pened Inst night. The only way to do It
la to treat them as they treat u. Other
wise they will continue ln their policy
while wa sit atlll and suffer and become
the laughing atock of Europe."
Lusitania Case Will
Be Taken Up Again
WASHINGTON, Oct. 18. Negotiations
with Germany looking to settlement of
the cases of th Lusitania, Cushlng,
Qulfllght and Nabraakan will be resumed
next wek by Secretary Lansing and
j Count von Hernatorff, th Oerman am
I baasador.
The Vnlted States made It clear after
the Arabic wa torpedoed without warn
ing that there would b no further dlrt
eueslon of th Lusitania and other casea
until that Incident was dlauvowed and
reparation promised. Now that Germany
has acceded to all of these demands as
a result of personal negotiations be
tween Secretary Lansing and th German
ambassador the same process of nego
tiation la to be continued In the hope
of similarly advanalng tne status of th
remaining case, toward settlement.
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Wilson Entertained
At Fiancee's Home
WASHINGTON, Oct. IS. President
Wilson and Colonel K. M. Houae, his
friend and political adviser, were enter
tained at dinner tonight by Mr. Norman
Gait, Mr. Wilson' flshcee and her
mother. 1ra. W. H. Boiling.
The arrival her of Colonel House re
vived reports that he would be the presi
dent's best man at the wedding, but at
the White House, It wss said no d -finite
arrangements had been made. Announce
ment of tha time and plaoe of the rera-
monry la expected In th near future.
Tide of Bnalneaa Runnlaa- st as
Areelersted Psee, x
NKW TORK. Oct 15,-Dun' Review to
morrow will say: ,
With cross currents diminishing In
for. e. the tide of buslnerg Is rising at an
accelerated pnee and an era of wide
spread activity is In prospect. Usually
during a transit Inn period gains are .re
corded elowly, but atrictly mercantile eon
dltiona have passed the stage where prog
ress Is difficult of discernment and of
late Industrial expansion has been phe
nomenally rapid. Report from nearly ail
sections of the country tell of the un
checked growth of new enterprise, which,
while manifest in varying degree In dif
ferent lines and localities, la everywhere
stimulated by the exceptional strength of
the fundamental situation.
Assurance of agricultural suoosss, to
gether with almost unlimited financial re
sources, has given the commercial world
the confidence esaentlal to the develop
ment of national prosperity, and th
notable Improvement In some and Changs
of spirit Is now mors clearly reflected In
the volume of current transaction. The
latter, with few exceptions, are steadily
enlarging, a Is evidenced by th com
parisons of bank clearings, railroad earn
ings, commodity prices, unfilled steel ton
naae, idle freight cara and other taUe-tl-'al
barometers.
Weekly bank clearings, tl,tt4.481.n.
New York Mossy Marat.
NF7W TORK, Oct. IB. 84ERCANTTLB
rM'FR 8-5.1", rr cent.
PTEHMWI KXCHANOE Sixty-day
bills. 84.C4SO; demand, 84 8X28; oaWe.
14 MA
SILVER Bar, 4e; Mexican dollar.
IRVrc.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
strong.
Tl M K LOANS Dull; 80 daya.
per cent: 90 day. Ktf Per cent; six
months, I per cent
CALL MONEY-Firmer: high. I per
cent; low, t per rent; ruling rate, I per
cent; last loan, I per cent; closing bid,.
I per cent; offered at 8 par cent
Closing quotations on bonds today were
as follows:
U. g. ret. la. rof ... T Ma. Pa, rr. la t4
do coupon 7 N. T. C. db. 4 HKW
V. C. . eg !0N. T. City 4s lot
do coupoa . Y. Htate 4a. . loot,
V. . to. re 1"! N. T . N. H. A H.
de seupoa 14 c. 4a lux
rati la rouB. 1SN Poolflo 4s II .
Am. Pmelteri ....110 do U r
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AUhlana I'll. 4 I? Pons. roa. 44 '
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Bid.
LIQUOR SHUT OUT OF
BETA PHI FRAT HOUSES
CHICAGO. Oct 13. Resolution forbid
ding liquor in chapter house of th Deta
Phi fraternity wcra adopted at th con
vention of th order today.
The resolution affect chapters at
twelve college and univrttl4a In th
mlddleweat
Lssdoa stock Market.
LONDON. Oct. 16. American securities
on the atock market declined In th fore
noon, but hardened later under the lead
of Canadian Pacific. The closing was
steady.
KII.VFR Bar. 4d per eunc.
MtNEY-J'4a-4 per tmt.
LISCXJCNT RATES tihort bills. 4", per
cent; three month. iKm 11-16 per cent
Bsak ClsriB4TS.
OMAHA, Oct. 18 Bank clearing for
Omaha today were 84 ttM MS and for tb
corresponding day laat year 83. ii7, 47X.1.
T'b The Bee' "Swapper" columxv
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