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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, OCTORE1. 26. 1013.
HKAIj ESTATF XOUTH SIPK
REAL ESTATE XOKTH SIDE
The Big Auction Sale of Improved and
Unimproved Business Property on
North 24th Street Tomorrow, Tuesday,
October 26th, at 10 A. M.
Dowd Auction Co.
The sale takes place on the property beginning at 1629 to!
1703 N. 24th street, and 1708 to 1724 N. 24th street. Six sep
arate parcels of improved and unimproved business property
all to be sold on easy terms of one-fourth down and the balance
in small payments over a period of five years and with interest
at six per cent. , j
This is a genuine auction sale. There will be no buy-bid-j
ding. We have had calls from prospective bidders and real es
tate brokers who will bid for clients. We are sure that every
property will sell. Every piece of property is owned by a non
. resident and he instructs us to sell. If you want a banrain,
bring $200 in cash and bid to suit yourself.
Wheat Receipts and Sales Are Good
and Price Ooei Up One to
CASH CORN DROPS ORE CENT
OMAHA. October . 11J.
Wheat w a r-d seller todnv. tho
receipts of this cereal totalling 174 car.
'1 he sales were veiy alow, liul wneat
aa quoted iflyo higher.
Cash corn sold lo lower. There, waa a
fairly active demand for oom. although
the rerelpta continue light.
oata were quoted Ho higher, with tew
Hye down, eeltlng lifTV lower.
Hurley was nominally unchanged.
Liverpool clone: Wheat unchanged to
lHd lower; oorn, unchanged.
Primary wheat receipts were 4.47X.V0
bushels and shipment 3.nRS,nii bushels,
against receipt of t,MS,0(m bushels and
shipments of 1.9K9.O00 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipt were 824.00. buh
ela and shipments 818.014) bushel, against
receipts of &?4,0 bushels and shipments
of 3.880.000 buahela last year.
Primary oata receipt were t 8M.01K)
bushels and shipment 1.OM.0MO bushels,
against receipt e of oiS.OtiO bushels and
shipment of l,S3VO0O bushels last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats,
N. P. DODGE & CO.
206 Withnell Bldg.
Iloaars an ,1 4 ottages.
WALKING distance. 2638 Dodge, 8-room,
modern. $-'5; Key, 2040; call Web. 4".'.
3J03 He ward St., 6-r. cjttage. water, gas,
toilet, coiner lot. 516 N. 8oth. H. 7931.
COTTAGE 4 rooms and bath; gas: no
heat; good neighborhood; 821. 120 S.
34th.- H. 193.
MUD. 8-r. house, lianHcom park district;
newly decorated; fine condition. Call
STRICTLY modern. 7-r., Hancom Park,
cottHge. oak floors. 2.i. Tel. liar, 4JXM.
830 Georula Ave. eight rooms good fur
race. Tel. Harney 2S10.
4-K. mudei i cottaee, 4.. Te, Hir.
J-ROOM, modern, 2969 Peppleton Ave.
WODKhN 7-room house, 1518 Para Ave.,
136. pnine Harney 15.
6T7 PAKK. AVE. H-ruam mod home, Vio;
gnrae extra. Carey Cleaning t o. II. 7307.
bkOOM cottage. Ill S. 2Mh St., 15. Water
LARGK 4-roum house. bet condition.
moiiern except heat. $30 mo. &4 8.
21t St. Harney 2706.
CL.USH In, uenirauie five-room tot ae,
modern except furnace, 62S l?th Ave.
Tel. Iouk1hs 4238.
PARK AVE. Brick, modern.
t-R. cottage; mod.: 1031 S, ai.it. II. 2'25.
T-r. mod, house. 8fi14 leivenwor'h. W. ..
8518 JONES PT.S-room mod., M. H 125.
116 N. r7th Ave., i-i. in,, tl. rvcy ,U . . tn.
S-R. modern house, strictly modern; one
blk. west Crelghton col. 6. Tel. H.
XiUNDKE 7-roura house near car.
D. 423 or Walnut 3117. .
Mores and Offices.
MODERN store near potoifice; low rent.
O. P. btebblna, 1610 Chicago St.
MODERN 7-room nouse; barn; good lo
cation; 328. 4348 f ranklin wainut. hj
6-R. MOlF.RN house, S".Si. Web. 2o67.
4V ROOM modern cottage for rent. Phone
Stoics move., packs, ship.; 3-Uurse ao
and 2 men, 1 .25 per hr.; storage 8- per
rit'. HmiMii' tion guar. 1. Ty. i30.
FOR colored people. 5 an 6-ioom cot
tanes, paitly modern. 18 ;0 1812 N. X&
gt. fall lioug, 6790.
BENSON ti 1 1 3 McKinley ht.. 6 rooms,
electric IlKht. Kas. city .cla?f,r
ganlenbjtrn. 115. Tel. Walnut 2..U.
-' T.-SS Clark. 3 room.
14 lft-C No. 20lh, 4 rooms, Inside toilet.
115 2I6 Peward, 6 rooms, barn.
$.18 25.V4 St. Mary's Ave., 6 rooms, bath.
130-652 So. 2Mh, 6 larije room, mod.
FIDELITY iAfe MM
Phone Dovglas 2S8 tor complete list of
vacant bouses and apartmenrta; aiao lor
torage. moving, l''tn and Jnckaon ra.
Gordon Van Co. St
til N 11th St. Tel DSMW Har. 1W7.
OOOU auto sales room on Karnam St.
Very reasonable ra'.. I1 Pout 40W
Van ana bturaite
Co. Call ua for es
timate for mov-
hlppln. 1711 Webster bL
BEE the Central Furniture Store a FREE
,KKM lti l.l" l .
6EVEN and five-room houses; modern'
walklag distance. Douglas 469.
ITmiBPS CrelKh Son Co , Bee Bldg.
tlOUBes in psrts of the city.
JS- T J Exp. Co.. moving.
I KPPfl packing A storage.
eaa--ViCU. Farnnn. D. 14.
WANTKD TO Bl'T
OFFICE furniture bought and sold.
C. Reed. VMtl Farnans. Doug. 14
fetrlctly htgt grade piano Web. 3728.
Tale bus everything 2d band Web. 4904!
"WILL buy a Ford. 614 First Nat l Rank
HIGHEST prices for old clothing. D. 4714.
WANTED TO RENT
1 1 OR 1 rouius with heat, near cur line
aj.d In private lanuiy of three. Tel.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
110 TO U.iMt made promptly. V. D.
Wead. Wead Bdg., 1Mb A Karnam Sta.
C1TV and farm toana, 6, bb. per ceut
J. H. Tjumont A i.o. 4i6 State Hhiik
A "For bale" ad will turn itevuud-Uand
furniture Into cash-
Vr MEu-tiisod luiiu and city loans
PKTKHi TRU41 CO . JfiSJ Farnam.
CIT1 property. Laie loans a specialty
W. H. Thomas T2 Star" Bank Hirtg.
OMAHA In. uit. kits'- NetirasKa tar ma.
O'KEEKK REAL ESTATIC CO.
im On'sne National Phune Q.ninla Wis.
MONEY oi hand (ul Lliy and farm ljuns.
H. W. Bli dt;i-. City Nji:onal ilank Bldg
tic' CITY" IAJANS. C. ii. carlotrg. 110.
Brandeis Theater Bldg
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
A High Class
That must I snupped up at once. Owner
lives In house and will not move after
cold weather sets In. All modern 9-roona
house, oak floors and finish, hot water
lieut, fireplace, beam ceilings, built-in
features, sun room etc. The lot Is finest
on entire Prettiest Mile. It Is 100 feet
wide by 840 feet deep; fine shade, hedge
on both stiles, all kinds of fruit, berrlea,
etc. Artesian well, that flows all year
round. If taken quick this fall, you can
buy this place for l.7V), on reasonable
terms. Next door neighbor wants to buy
10 feet of thin at S&0 per foot, and you
can make t-'iOO back right away If de
sired. Ground alone here Is worth ovsr
IS.ourt, and house Is thrown In at far
less than cost. Must have quick action
on this. Call Douglas KHl Monday for
appointment or any further Information.
IAJOK AT THESE BUNGALOWS.
No. 3018 and 9024 Lafayette Ave., and
( rooms, with beamed cellngs, paneled
walls, f.replRce, bookcases, buffet, chins,
closet, lighting fixtures, plumbing, heat
ing; yard sodded, south front; oak and
white enamel finish: close In; lust east
of hernia Psrk, In Montclalr. Call owner
and builder for prices and terms.
A. H. OIAISTEAD.
Phone W eb. 3620.
OWNER will sacrifice -r., strictly mod
ern houfle, wiih larice s'eeplng room, oak
floora, woodwork nicely decorated. Terms.
Thone Webster 1127.
&3d and Fort lot, 1200. Walnut 8064.
REAL ESTATE SOTJTH SIDE
Bargain in a Home
Because the house Is now too small we
offer for sale one of the nicest, coziest
and best located homes in Omaha. On
easy terms to the right party in order to
make a jui k sale.
House located at ;WS Marry, one block
frn the I e.venorth Hne, ten mlnu'es'
ride on street car; one block from drug,
store slid tiU'Cery sloie; i-Je lo scho.
streets paved and all paid for. In neigh
borhood where lots are advancing In
prico. High, dry and airy.
House two-story bungalow, built about
five venra: full hnp'Tient: furnace hent,
hot water heater, electric and gas fix
tures; line il.e piacc; nouse we.l cecor
ated; llvini; room, 14x24; good dining
room, kitchen and pantry, becond floor
has 3 large, airy bed rooms, four closets
This place Is worth looking; at and
worth the money. 34,750. L. C. Roberts.
F'H PALE Dandy full lot, solid ground.
and cement walks; worth &0. Quick
sale. two. Tel. Tyler 1764-W.
REAL EST TE WEST SIDE
WALKING DISTANCE 2i38 Dodge, g
room modern house, first-class condi
tion: ready to move Into; key at 2640,
Don't fall to look it through. W. W.
Mltcholl. owner. Phone Webster 4875.
Near Bemis Park
This Is the lusi ..ten that we are
authorized to sell this Deautlful bungalow
at the r.diculous price md l rmi pi veil
below. Think of it: All tnouern, o
finish, ' brand new never occupied, 5
rooms, fireplace, built-in features, extra
large lot. etc. All for only -'"
down and $ per month. Remember,
this price and these terms are rock bot
tom. H'Ue will be open Sunday. Call
and see It, and. If intcreHted. let us hear
from vou Monday.
JEFF W. BEDFORD & SOX,
2c'l State Bank HMc 1'o.ig. .1.1' :.
Near 17th and Ames, ( rooms, all mod
ern. Must be sold. Fur terms -e
W. T. GRAHAM, BL10 BLDO.
REAL ESTATF MISCELLANEOUS
The owner of a practically new bunga
low will sell It very cheaD and on
terms. All on one floor. Oak finish, built
In buffet and bookcases. Large floored
attic; cement cellar; warranted furnace'
HK lighting fixtures; large corner lot;
CALL COLFAX 1465.
TITB ART OF BELLING FOR CAhlL
This little brochure explains fully how
we can sell your real estate or business
for cash, no matter where located We
mean It. Write today describing what
you have to sell, buy or exchange, and
receive this booklet free. B. F. LOO4
CO.. 403 W. Walnut St. De, Moines. iL-Z
Chicago 119 1W Jul
Mitinespolls 1.83 .... ...
Omaha 174 44 S
Kansas City ,V4 2i 49
bt. Louis 3:2 ; 7o
Winnipeg .... 4.303
Bales reported today: Wheat No. I
hard winter: 1 oars. Wo; 3 cars. 9.c: 10
cars, 4c: ( cars, WV; 6 cars, 94 c. No.
i hard winter: t oar. 9.1c: 1 car, 2V, 1
cor, 4c; 10 cars. 9oc; 1 tar. imHc. No.
4 haid winter. 4 cars, 92c; S cars. Me;
3 cars, tdvc-. No. 3 spring: 1 car. 97c.
No. 8 spring: 1 car, M to. No. 3 ntixe i:
1 car t2o. No. 2 durum: 2'4 cars, IMc.
No. 3 durum: 1 car, 93o; 3 cars, io.
Sample: 1 car, 83c; 1 car, 8ic; 1 car, 88o.
No. S relvet chatf: 1 car, 9iv,c; 1 car,
92Hc; I cars. Mc. Rye No. 3: 3 cars. 9,c
No. 4: 3 car, 94c; 1 car, 93c. Sample:
1 car, Ble. Coin No. 2 white: 1 car, 6V.
No. 5 white: Vk ear. ts,c. No. wlil.e:
1 car, 00c. No 3 yellow: 3 cars, 82o. No,
1 mixed: 1 car, near yellow, 8lv,c; 1 car,
lc; 1 car, 6)c. No. 3 mixed: 1 onra,
4e. No. i mixed: 1 car, t0e; No.
mixed, oc. t ats-ritandard: I car. &V;
2 cars, c. No. 2 whl.e: 1 car. S4'c: IS
cars. 3Jo; 3 cars, 3lo. Sample while:
1 car S2Hc; I car, 82o. No. 4 white: 1
car, S3Uc; 3 cars, 33c. Barley Rejected:
1 car, 47c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat : No. 2 tur
key. 97-itftSc; No. 8 turkey, W(f7c; No. 2
herd. 94flWe; No. 3 hard, 2((i"c; No. 4
hard, 8SW94c: No. 3 spring, Ito; No. 3
.spring, 93IU941V: No. 2 durum, 92 -lit
Mc; No. I durum, y3tr3c: sample, 7!'u
88c. Corn: No. 2 white. doWMutt,'; No. 3
white. dUWo; No. 4 white. 69V4i80le;
No. 6 white. MVi nc; No. white, 68
60c; No. 1 yellow, lHi3c; No. 3 yellow,
61Vfilc: No. 4 yellow. 6Kuii;iHo; No. 6
yellow, 60fc'li4c; No. yellow. afny(i!i(.;
No. 1-mixed. otlfrllo; No. 3 mixed. HHtt
"io; No. 4 mixed. W0Vc; No. t mixed,
59VtejOc; No. 6 mixed, oaH!). Oat:
No. 2 white, SSMiiJtir; stajulard, Mtt
No. I white, 33V84Sc! No. 4
white. S3S4o. Barley: Malting. 4i;JrMo;
No. 1 feed. 4Vfi49c. Rye: No. 2, KiuViic;
No. 3. 4W5c.
Chicago closing; prices, furnished The
Bee by Logan Bryan, stork and grain
brokers, 815 Botith Sixteenth street:
A r lc)s Open. HIkIi.I Low. Close Sat'y.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
stale, w ho.e milk, fr-eh fats, white and
' colored, peels Is. li'tiluV; avi rsne
It H't.TR Y AMve, pi Ices not ttled.
lVe.ed. ate.idv: western freaK cM.'kr,u.
barrels. 14.1.3c. fresh fowls, bed, lV'il'xc
turkeys, fiosen. lMi'i.o.
!M4t1 UKKkAL MIRKET,
POt'LTRT Hens IxJIOe; broiler,
INtjiflTc: springs, 10c; roosters, c; tur
keys, lie; ducks. 1V; geise. full feather
ed, V, squah, H V Ji' tir tlosun.
KI8II Halibut. 11c: salmon red. i:V:
salmon pink. !V, catfish. i-, bull hea.ls. '
14e. lake trout. 15c; pike, y.c; whlletlnll. ,
lic; cropplea, 18c; pickeral, 10c.
MKKK tl i-H-Ribs: .so. 1, l.-c; No. U .
1Wc; No. 3. 121c. Loin: No. 1. Vc; I
No. 2, iso; No. 3. 14c Chuck: No. 1.
10c; No. 2, 1c; No. S. 9c. Round: No.
1. !4Sc; No. 2. 14c; No. 3. 13c. Plates: !
No. 1. 10i,o; No. 2. 9Wo; No. 3. 8e. I
Fruit and vegetable prices furnished by
Glllnski Krult Co..
V 7 T 'ITU i-llAM.lA ...l.H.l I
CSX and 3J4. tf.60 box; la and tftW
box; 1','Ks, 2tlM. 21, Jfnvs and '(, 3(1 ) box.
Umom, extra fancy Golden Howl, ft,
$... box; 3Koa, 1 60 box; extra fancy Bun-
stt and ws, S4.0V lox: Ked Halt,
M W box. Grapefruit. SKa, 4s, Ma and i
sue. (. box. IVaohea, Colorado El
bertas, o crate; California Halways. aSc
crate. Pears, Michigan Keif era, 11.14 box; I
Winter Nelll. I2. box; lluerre t'largue.
tStO box. Grapea, Tokays, 31-35 crate;,
Michigan and New Tork grapes, 23a bss- i
ket. Apples, Idaho fancy Jonathans, 11.10 j
.lonathnn. fancy, SI . Tf box; Jonathan,
M.I . W W: Pewaukees. Willow Twigs,
llunlstuana, 33 00 bbl.; Illinois Ben lavls.
1175 bbl. Bananas, medium fruit. $! b
to $2.25 bunch: Clianguliiola aii.1 Port
Lima, Jumbo. 4o 1U.
VEGETARI.F0 bbs(re. 1V0 lb.: head
lettuce, do., tl ; leaf lettuce. 40c; celery.
Jumbo. 7,'c. wester 7no. Michigan. 8.V:
onions, Washington red. 2c lb.; yellow,
l'o lb.; tomatoes, California. I1.S0 box: j
peppers, basket, We; parsley, dos., 3"o; .
rutabagas, lb., lV,c: cauliflower, lb,, loo;
wax and green beans, basket, 31.00; Span
ish onions, tl W crate, lotatoes, t'ol.irsdo
white stock, bu., 0c- Chios, &oc. Sweet
IHitHtnes. ihamper, tl 00; Jerseys, bbl.,
(4 80; Virginia, bbl.. 32N.
Nl'TS-Wnlnuts, No. 1. lb., lc; Brasils.
1SWc; filberts, 16c: pecans, 124c; alinnnds.
Nonpnrells. lb, l!c; lrakes. 14o; IXl.'s.
17o; Ne Plus Ultra. lo; lnguldoos, l.Vs.
Peanuts, No. 1 raw. lb., o; roasted, ai':
salted, can, 31.15; Jumbo, raw, 7c; roasted.
FIGS Box. 0c.
3.', 60; half case, II 75. Datea, dromedary,
box, C75; sugsr walnut datea. Il.f'i.
Honey, case, 33.75. Cvcoantita, bag, 14 W.
Corn pip, case, 3326; half ewee, tl.tS;
xpconi, 40 1-lb. pk., caae, 33.50. Airline.
CHICAGO LIVH iT4 K M ARKET
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Large and Trade i
Slow to Lower Lambs Are
Steady to nigher.
HOGS AVERAGE ABOUT STEAM
OMAHA, October Jf, 1918.
Receipts were: Cntlle. Ilcgs Pliecp
rstlmste Mnndsv 18 nn
Heme dy last week. . . .1:..1V
Pame i week ago '9 74;
Same t weeks ago 13 H
fame 4 weeka ago 9,fl('4
Same day Inst year.... .'l02
The fellow Ins table aow the receipt
of rattle, hog and sheep at llis Omahs
live stock market for Pie year to date, a
compared with last rear:
1SMS. 1914 In
Cattle (MS DTI 7M0O 191. 8T8
logs 7W I.!T77,1W 34 3M
Bheep 3,724. SJS t,S.i4,3l9 8i.v9
The following table shows the average
prices of hou at the Omaha live stock
market for the last few days, with comparisons:
Dec..l97VuM7j 1 01H
May. II 00"., I
I i oo I i
Oats. I I
lec.. 13 35 I 13 50
Jan..l 30-351 16 35
Oct.. 8 774
Jan.. 18 95 -2V,
Oct.l 3241 87H1
Jan.. 8 92S9.-.I 8 92H
1 01HJ 97i
5841 59'4A 58
ss 3ii m
13 25 13 50 I 13 50
16 024! 16 i:A 16 36
I 95 I 8 97
8 834fi 87A
A Asked. B Bid.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
M isjru .coal.
2V2 ACRE SUBURBAN
Two blocks from car, nice cottage, city
water, poultry.bullalnga, abundance of
fruit. heaest of the kind on the mar
ket. 34.260. Terms.
W. T. GRAHAM. BEE. BLDO.
i:eal estate for excil.nge
1U P. 42D Si. 8-r : all modern, for mod.
4-room cottage. Tel. Harney 2704.
5-room cottage. Council Bluffs, 80 acres
lirlgated Colorado land; for lots or Cot
tages in Omaha. Colfax .
FARM st HA.MII LANDS FOB SALE
Live Oak UoIuihm, ujm better. W t.
enilth Co.. K18-14 t'ltr Xat. Ha. D. Sxia
Kere nf the Tradlnir Closing;
Prices em Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO. Oct. 26. Wheat made rapid
advance in value todav, owing to unset
tled weather In Canada, to Improved
export hus.ness and to the fact that the
United Htates vlslb.e supply totnl did not
Increase as much as expected. The mar
ket closed buoyant, 2V3c to 3o net
higher, with December at 31.014 and May
at IL03S&1.034. Corn finished l'xtric up
and oats with a gain of fee to i'le, but
provision uncliangod to 200 down.
Strength in wheat was preceded by
something of a break at the start. How
ever, the bearish effect of continued blr
receipts at Winnipeg, Minneapolis and
1'uluth was soon much more than offset.
Rains north of the international boundary
threatened to Interfere with the free
movement from Canadian farms and to
cause d'image to great quantities of un
protected shipments awaiting the arrival
of car. Besides. European demand
seemed much more brink than has re
cently been the case, sales of sOO.OOo bush
els being noted, exclusive of futures
bought on on foreign account at Winni
peg and for seaboard account In Chlcarro.
Comparative smallness or the United
States visible supply Increase was Imme
diately offset by an active milling de
mand here and especially for red winter
wheat. In this connection It was pointed
out that the entire stock of all grades nf
wheat In Chlcna-o had been reduced to
less than ono-1'lfth of the total a year
ago. Decided significance was attached
to the advices that cash wheat at Win
nipeg had gone to a premium as com
pared with quotations at Duluth.
Com w?nt upward ss a result of tb
strength of wheat. Fine weather did but
little to check the advance. Signs of a
good export demand helped to put firm
ness Into oata On the bulge, though,
country orrertngs increased.
Provisions sagred owing to lack of
aggressive support. The trade virtually
Ignored an advance In the price of hogs.
NEW TORK CR7VERAI. SfARKRT
Quotations af the Dar Varloas
NEW TORK. Oct. 25. FLOUR Un
tett.ed: spring ratenta. 34.3 tffi.rk: winter
! tatents, 80 Wi(65: winter straights, 3515iy
Kansas straignts. 2o.wi.
WHEAT Spot market strong; No. 1
durum, 31.12 f o. b. New T-irk; '.. 1
northern Duluth 31.00, and No. 1 north
ern Manitoba. S1.04. c I. f. Buffa.j; fu
ture were firm; Dceinber 8108.
CORN Pp-jt market, steady; No. 2 yel
low, 7674 prompt.
OATS Spot market firm; No. 1 white,
HAY Firm-Prime, 3185: No. 1. 1.?Vi
1.30; No. 2 tl.tttn.20; No. 2, II.05&1.10;
shipping, flff e.
HOPH- Sternly; stnte common to choice,
1915. 2itiTic; 1914, Silic; pacific coast. 1S15,
lilBo- 1914. 111013c.
HIDK3 Steady; Bogota, 308tflc; Central
LEaTH K R Firm ; Hemlock firsts. 323
23": seoon-ls. Sltfl2e.
PROV'SIONS Po'k. steady; mess tn.OO
4U7.U); family. tJlSofi il ; spot market
clears. tl8.5U'fr20.bO.. Beef. tulet; mess,
tl6&O&17i0: family. tl8.O0KI19.5O. Lard,
lasv iniddb; w st 19 1 tc 0
TALLOW Steady; city, 74"i special. gc;
BUTTKR Firmer; receipts, 4.918 tub:
creamery extra. 2ftU,:&4c; firsts, Z1W
28V4c: seconds, 24l27c.
EGGS Steady : receipts. 5.B90 cases:
fresh gathered extras, 3luS7c; extra firsts.
Demaad for Cattle Umettled Hogs
ad Hheea Weak.
CHICAGO, Oct. 25.-CATTI.B Receipts,
Wn head; market unsettled; native beef
stis-rs, 3i.0iii 10.4U; western steers, flft!
8.(15: cows and heifers, 32.804j8.30; calves.
HO).1 Receipts, 17.000 head: market
weak at 5c advance; bulk of sales, to.DOip
7.55; light 3H.aT7.90; mixed. 36.lvV.U.;
henvy, 3j.654jfc.0o; rough, 36. U.; pigs,
8HUICP AND LAMBS Receipts. 20,000
hesd; msrket weak; wethers. ti4titt.60;
ewes, S3.754i6.75; Iambs, 86.5iKU8.80.
Kanans City Live Stork Market.
KANSAS CITT, Oct. 23. CATTLK Re
ceipts, 4,600 head; market lower; prime
fed steers, 39.65(310.25; dressed beef steers,
tvS.OtrV hi); western steers, 36 Mi V50;
stookers and feeders, i.50y.30; bull, S.i.00
4H1.2."); calves, S6.fl(Wi10.(.
HOGS Receipts, 6,700 head; msrket
higher; bulk of sales. t7.1J4r7.4n; heavy,
17.u04i7.2o; packers and butchers, 37.1ji4
7.60; light, r.Oiiji7.60; nUs. 36.00tf6.75.
SHEKP AND LAM BR Receipts 8.200
head; market higher; lamb, 8 2i.fJ3.7i;
yearlings. 36.507.25; wethers, .".7ru.50 ;
ewes, to. 40 6.00.
t. I.onls Live Stock Market. ,
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 16.-CATTL1C-Re.
celpts, 8,200 head; market lower; native
beef Bteers, t7.50rt?10.2S; yearlings steers
and heifers, t8.50ul0.25: cows, t.0O4t8.0O;
stockers and feeders, S6.0nlj7.76; southern
steers, 3T.2&t.50; cows and heifers, 34.004P
6.50; native calves, t6.0iK411.00.
HOGS Receipts, 4.500 head; market
steady; pigs and lights, 36.0ivy7.4f;: mixed
and butchers, 37.2547.(6; food heavy, 37,75
SIIKi:i AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.700
head; market steady; lambs, 38.00Vfj 9.00;
sheep and ewes, 8.UXfi.fiO.
t I. l i
I 1011 1910.
3 401 T f
8 47 7 54
rents higher basis. Quality wasn't any
thing to brsg on, the best lambs h-ro
selling st t ,0 although tops are nom
inally quoted as high n 8 76 Some fait IV
PchmI stuff sold around tv60 with plainer
Iti.la at ILfoNiS .V.
Demand for feeders was broad, and
anything at all good sold Iron tn pos
sible a little higher, tme string of fording;
Isuiba, about the best
ttoslly straight at lvtf
NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET
Last Week's Renewal of Activity
Resumed on Large Scale Despite
i,i Hen,--1 xxcnance weakness.
iisnr ai s.v.. wtnie itiner sti r -
loa.la of fairly fleshy stuff went o thn ETERXINO FAILS TO LOW POINT
country at 3 5ft.
Whatev nsed stock was left for killer
found very hard sledding again this
nioinlng. and prices continued to slunui,
declines of K15 cents, and In spots as
linn h as J5 cents llng quoted. I'p t
noin no ewes hml suld over t-'i .w, and it
looked very prohsole that this would
be the outside figure. A rouplo of loads
o good wether were unable to beat
Nl'W TORK, Oct. r.-l.t week '.
tiewal of activity waa resumed on a
hu ge scale iixtsy regard! as of more
acute weakness In foreign exchanges. Ie
tiiand sleil.nrf fell to 4l-4, a decline of
18 points irom the high point of a few
weeks- ago when the AnRlo-French loan
was In prooea of oonsummatlon and oniy
t-'.8i and a little bunch of yearling and 114 points above the alarmingly low level
wemers too s m. ranters arc. layturi
1915. i 1914. 1818. 1I2.
I T T 7l I 20. I 33,
I T SJS. 7 5..I T Ml 1 Tl S 4.(1
T 94 T 371 7 M T7. IR d
I 06 T 7 90 I 77) t 47 I T M
T i4 f t S 80, 34 t 23
8 3IS I Oil 8 NOi 6 3l 8 2.1 111
S 7 4.., 8 Ski 24 I 41 7 70
I .4l 7 341 I 101 (17 13' T 31
S 3-j T 3u I 041 3 S6 ( 87 8 87 T 40
7 21 7 ?' 8 8u! J 49 t 48
S S3 7 3i 7 )i 8 77i 30 I 1 44
I 7 2j 7 . I "!4I 8(1 I M
I J714I I 7 8C S si 31 T 37
3 i 7 o4' I k .1, 6 ;I7 8 7 39
7 1' 941 T 75 t 30! S fi t 41
7 28 I 6 Mi 7 6J I S3; t Sol 8 31 1 51
7 24' 94 7 60, S 481 S 441 T M
T 2f l J OS, J 57 8 88 I 3ki I J S3
9I 7 M . .1 6 3a 8 5it,
I 7 39 7 67; 8 46) 24 3 4,' 7 M
down nn muttons end current vhiiiii are
5iTi75 cents lower than at the high time
Quotation on sheep and lambs: Imbh.
good to choice. 38 tvVnx 7R; tmh. fair la
Frood, 88 6iiii8.60; lani. 37 7;we8.50; year
Inits. fair to rbolce, S6.ilV!t.(tO; yearling,
feeder 3.Oivr7.00; wether, fair to choice,
tR.fcvtiwm ewe, good to choice, t5.t54f4.5ft;
ewes, fair to good, 4.75tl'5.2&; ewes; feed
88 Nat. feeder lambs 79 8 35
Too Much Water in
the Sand Hills for
Good Duck Hunting iXwrnd"
' (His, these gaining 8 to &
! 1'nlted Ktate Steel's
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the I'nioi siook yards Omaha lor
twenty-four hours enulng at i e vloca yes-
RECEIPTS CARLO AOS.
Cattle llog.iicp.H sea.
C, II. V St. P 8 8
Miseoun 1'HCIflc .. 1
I iiKin Paolno 88
C. N. v., east .. 17
C. k N. W., wusl..lt7
C, tt. P., M. o.. 6
1 ., 15. Ar vj , essl.... 3
C, H. A W , wet....r
I'., R. Lai i'., east.. 10
Illinois t cntiai .... 80
Chicago ut. west.. 18
I ec u, led In, August.
Most other tonus of foreign remlttences
were lower, Including francs and lire,
while nmik were Inclined to yield. It
I tirocinium Incress.tiKly evident that the
only solution of th.s problem lies in the
establishment of new foreign credits. Con
ferences with this end In view were held
by International banking Interests todny
and some definite adjustment is soon
The higher price scored today were
again limited to so-called war shares.
Among the new record were Maxwell
Motors common, tip li points to K0i,
the second preferred 8i to 84; National
F.nanicllng and flumping 24 to 3Hi, and
Atnerlcnn Linseed 3 to SI1. Among the
other auhstsutial gain of the session
were General Electric 13 to 18ut;
143; New York
Enroute home from a hunting- trip Into i watched with ieeial Interest because of
the sandhills 8nm F. Miller, genernt j ,lomLorrow " meeting of ulree-
frelght agent nf the Northwestern, Is In hi,k- opened a fraction higher, soon Ml
the cltv. Here he will lie met by Mrs. I nvrr a point and was hevlent at the clow,
vim.. ..j ..i,. in ..,., ,,. I losing 1V at 85. The best opinion la
Miller and together they will visit friends j UlHl no ,. on ,he Cfmmon dividend
a few days hefore going back to CM- will be taken.
rsgo. According lo Mr Miller hunting .,Kr'"" w"r the outstanding fetiture of
. , , . , ... the railways, the common advancing
.is not as good usual at this season of 3 to jj, ,a (iKt preferred Iv to ert'i
the yesr. Relative to It he said: nnd the second preferred a'i to 48.
-Thefs.1 flight of duok. ha. not started I reeTo'"" ..0.:
from the north, probably due to the warm I nly second In activity to Hteel, the fle
w eat her that has prevailed. There are mand for thle slock lielng among the few
still Ursa .Hmiui,. -..I... A,i.-.m ik.t ' impressive reaiures or tne aay. nan in
sun large numbers of native dvuks that ( K,nm,, Bnd specinltles shaded conslder
hsvs hatched along the Nebraska lakes, ably toward the end, some standard 1s
and sloughs, but they hsve boon shot at I making moderate net losses. Total
: rn i r-s wrm a, 8.i,w Kimrrv.
Total receipts ...833 42
Cattln. Hogs. 8h p
bwtft and Company
Cudahy backing CO
bcli wails 44 Co ,
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co
foil ih tlnuiha Pack. Co..
Armour, 110111 country...
Corn Mate Storing Co....
W. H. Vansanl Co
gloas . ( Itr Live Stork Market.
PIOITX CITT, la., Oct. 2B.-CATTLB
Receipts, 7,.i00 head: market steady; na
tive steers. t-l.0OviJl.26; cows and hotfers,
t4,7"4iii.OO; stockers and feeders, 8t.7iKr
7.00; onlvea, 36.50UH.0u; bulls, stags, etc.,
Hot IS Receipts, 3.000 head; market
steady to 5c lower; heavy, t7.2fr7.3.;
mixed, t7.?4r7 2': light, ft.Wffl.W, bulk
or sales. t7.2"ij7..
KllliKP ANI LAM RS Receipts. 7,000
head; market steady to 10o lower; ewes,
34.751 5. &0. lambs, tl.5gn,10.
St. Joseph Live Stork Market.
ST. JOfiKPII. Oct 15 CATTI.10 Re
ceipt, 4,700-. head; market slow to lower
steers, 37.0iil', .10, cows and heifers, tt.Ooitf
t.00; calves, f J(y.50.
HOGH Reci. s, 3,800 hesd; market
steady to strong; top, 37.46; bulk of sales,
PHEEP AND TAMBf4 Receipts. J00
head; market. steady; lambs, 38.0ot.6ac.
Stock In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at tho five prln
elnal western iimrkets:
...53.300 31,600 66,000
FOR FALE OR LtA-li-Any part of 4.009
acres near Hcsetuwn, Baskatobswaa. 1
raised IjO.uOO tiushela of oats and i.ono
bushel of flax m land thia year. Price
cheap and terms very easy. Frank Craw
f'iril. tieiaia. -eii., or Rosetown,
GOOD cottage, nice lot. by owner, easy
terms. Tel. Colfax 2448. fcundivy or p. iu.
FOR KALE (no trade) oo acres of Ehert
dan Co. land, a portion broken out;
good for farming and slock ralxlng; half
csh and balance on good payments
Write Paul 11. lieebe. University place.
FUR S ALU At a rrlfire. ftiO-acrf ranch
In Huyd county. Neb.: nearly all fenced;
two sets of building; i'u acnii under cul
tivation; 60 acre of alfilia, plenty of
good water; excellent grass; no sand;
nopie tlnilir. Address John Stenronaky,
Wagner. B. P.
FARM Hl.Mil L18UI COB SALE.
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade
medium priced land In Nebraska; vary
little money required C Bradley, Wei
I PrER WlSCoNblN-tiesl dairy and
general crop state In the union; settlers
anted; lands for sale at low prices oa
easy terms. Ask fo -booklet 34 on Wiscon
sin Central Land Grant- Excellentf .and
for stock raising. If Interested In fruit
land ask for booklet on apple or harrta
Address Land and Industrial Depart.. fc
Line Railway. Mlnneaooilf 'alna
HAYS TOU A FARM FOR 8ALE7
Write a good description of your land
ar.d send It to the Sioux Cltr, la.. Journal,
"Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad Me
dium." Twenty-flvs words every Friday
evening. Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and H under rooming
for one month, giving sixteen ads oa
twelve different days for 31; cr U words,
14, or 78 words, M.
Largest clroulatkMB ef aay Iowa news
as per, SjO.OwS readers dally la lour great
Houx City ..
NEW YORK, Oct. 25. CO FFBI5 Fu
tures opened at a decline of one point to
an advance of two points, with prices
higher on soma scattered covering;, while
there waa little outside buying of later
deliveries. The demand, however, was
less active than recently. The market
closed at a net loss or six to ten points.
Bales. ;0,wm bag. October, 6.40c; Novem
ber, .S'c; December, 6.4.1c; January, 6.44c;
February, 6.4"c; March, S.Mc; April, 6.6ie;
May, 6.60c; June, .ijs: July, 6.70c; Aumiut.
6.7jc; Beptember, 6.80c. Bpot market,
quiet and unchanged. Rio 7 s, 7Se; Hiiii
tos No. 4. '4c. Wuotutlon in thn cost
and freight market ranged from 8.75c to
.06o for Pantos 4's. Few offers were re
celved from Rio, and It Is believed that
Europe Is buying freely at that market.
Hraxlllan milrei prices wsrs unchanged.
Rio exchange l-32d higher.
Evaporated Apple aad Dried Fralts
NF.W YORK, Oct. 25. EVAPORATKU
APPLES Firmer; fancy, 4yic; choice.
841-8' c; prime. 74"'rmc.
DRIED FRCITS-Prunes, firm; Cali
fornia, 3443 10c; oregons. MltVc. Apri
cots steady; chobe, extra chnl-e,
Vtf10c; fancy, lUillVfcc. Peaches, steady;
choice, 4'utc; extra choice, &;ic; fancy,
641717.-. Raisins, firm; loosa muscatels,
nominal; choice to fancy seeded, 7S'fikc;
seedless, 9 11c; London layers, nominal.
Tarpeatlao aad Heel a.
SAVANNAH, Ua., Oct 26. TURPEN
TINE Firm; AlJ,e; sales. 312 barrels;
receipts. 215 barrels; shipments, ti9J bar
rel; stocks. 10.M) barrels.
ROSIN Firm; sales. 7R7 barrels; re
ceipts. 1.1-U barrels; shipments, 1.010 bar
rels; stock. LI.WJ barrel. Quotations:
A. B. C. D. E. F, Q, H and I, t4 75;
K; 4 0; M. 35.60; N, 36.09; WO, 34 2,
' Bask rieartagjs.
OMAHA. Oct.. 36 -Bank clearings for
Omaha today were t3.7tx,21.34 and for the
corresponding day last year. 3,Ub,Us.
AUCTION AT POSTOFFICE
ON WEDNESDAY MORNING
Auction sale of iver 600 lost and un
claimed packages of parcel post will be
gin Wednesday at 10 a. m. at the post
office. These packages are sold only
after being held one year and after every
effort has been made to find the owners.
Th packages to be sold may be aeen and
the contents examined at the postoffke
any time before th sal starts. Almost
everything Is there big can of toasted
marshmallows, boxes of cigars, a violin
from abroad, blcycl and motorcycle tires,
tools, parts of macldnery, wearing apparel
f ail kinds, alarm clocks, books, suns,
Kenton, Yausant at Lus.h-t-'0
Hill A Son 471
F. li. Lewis 20i
Huston at Co 61
J. B. Root & Co 2i8
J. II. Ruda Ill
L. F. HiiS 11
Rosenstock Pros 8t3
Met reary V Kellogg .... 418
Werthrliner Degen.... 818
11. F. Hamilton i
Sullivan Bros 70
Rothschild & Krebs .... 118
M. A K. Calf Co U
Maker, Jones Bmlth.... 78
Tanner Rroa 50
John Harvey 367
Dennlaon A Francis 43
Other buyers 1.8i3
Totals 11.004 2453 24.077
CATTLE Receipts this morning were
liberal, being the largest of any day sine
Mouuay iwu wee.. .u, uui mere was a
splendid buying demand botn for beef
and for feeders and recelpla were none
too large to supply buyers' requirements.
A steady market mignt nave oeeii ex
pected bad It hot been for the demoral
ising receipts at Kansas Cly. 4i,tiv h.aj
of cattle lielng iKitel st that point,
with orioes around 2m- lower. That, to
gether wlti unfavorable advices frpnt
other se ling points, rendered the market
Here siow ana aliiue lower, nuycrs
cautpit s, holiHSl liacK, wnn me emieni
Intention of wwiting later reports iroin
other selling Quints before transacting
very much business. There was alao a
good deal of sorting and shnplng up to
lie done, witn ne reeun mat um iiwm
uiri ,.r 1 he fnrannnn haA Daasud butors
enough business was transacted to really
cslubllHh prices. ... , ...
in the end Killers sold at prices um
were weak to 10c lower, while fenders
ranged anywhere from about steady on
the het to lid15o lower on the medium
kinds. The quality of the cattle was poor
snd some of the common feeders may
luive shown more decline than that, but
the general murket waa by no men 11 bad,
connlderlng Hie large run and the de
moralisation prevailing at some selling
Quotation on rattle: Good to choice
fed yearlings, 38 On-aS.75; fair to sood fed
yearlings, t.5u9.00; common to fslr fed
yearlings, 34 KHil .60; good to choice heavy
beeves, 3. 00Q8.76; fair to food oornfed
Heeves, M.SOu 00; common to fair corn
fed beeves, .7ljl.l0; prim grass beeves,
tvoo-aflo, good to choice grass beeves,
fl 60a8.U0; fair to good grass bevs, 37 .o
t7.b0; common lo fair gfa breves. 86.00
27.00; good to choice glass hellers. 811
4.75: good to choice grass cows, t O04
1.40; fair, to good cows. .'. (KW.00; com
mon to fair cows, M OotfC Oo; prim feed
ing steers, t8.tAul.50; good to onolue feed
ers t7. 407.86; fair to good feeders. 36.80
J.40; common to fair feeders. t5.50a.8u,
good to chotcs stockers, t7.758I.OO; fair
to good stockers. 3. 7oi7.75; common to
fair stockers tfi.k..76; tock heifers. 85.,
tr7 .00, stock cows. 5.60C.3o; stook calvea
6.50Us 60; veal calves. 37.00&10.U); bulls,
StsgS, U'., t4. 256.21.
No. Af. IT. Ma A. Tt.
18 8M 18
" rr6cKKRS AND FEEDERS.
1...,., rr st It 01 78
tl S.... 8U4 4 1 M 7 0S
a ,im "
Williams R Wyoming.
1W steers. ...Iu64 6 86
HOUS There was only a light run In
slgat, sven for a Monday, the estimate
calling for some forty-eight cars, or 3.3U0
head. This Is 6uU smaller than a week
ago. but la larger than two weeks ago
by 800 head, and Is a gain of l.Kio head
as compared with th corresponding M011
oay a year ago. ....
The trad opened out In fairly good
shape this morning. Mupplles were light,
and under the Influence of encouraging
advices from oilier markets shippers
showed more activity than they have for
several days, starting out early and buy
ing nearly a fourth of tne recelpia on a
60 higher bests. Must of their purchases
were made around t7.35t7.40, and tope
reached 87.4f. th highest price paid since
Killing livga started selling on a fully
steady level, but after a Utile over half
the offering bad been sold, prices weak
ened off and later sales were all of so
lower. Closing values were week at tho
netl.ne, and It. lal irade waa p rue Ilea, ly
lifeless, mere being several loads still
unsold at a rather late hour.
Bulk of all the sales landed at F-rr&
7.40, with tops at 17.45. The general mar
ket, while far from satisfactory to selling
Imerei-le. tlld not s.we uu iiiucn uif.ei
ent from th average trade at th cios
of last week.
so much that they have become wild and
It Is next to Impossible to get near them.
"There Is so much water all through
northern and nortttweMern Nebraska that
when the ducks come In from th north
their feeding and roosting will cover a
wide area. During my residence In Ne
braska I never saw so much water. The
lakes are all bank full and low places
and slough that heretofore have been
dry are either lakes or running streams,
wlille th abundant rslne have put the
country In condition to Interfere with
hunting, they have been of great benefr.
to the rang.
"Never have I seen such a crop of grass
covering the ssndhllls as now. Those
that In the pasttiav been bare, or prac
tically so, are now covered to th tops.
The frost has stopped the growth and
now the grass Is curing In perfect condi
tion for winter range."
The wetern freignt movement I now
substantially above last year and shows
gains over 1013. The government cotton
ginning report was without effect on
southern transportation shares. '
Bonds were steady at the outset, but
yielded slightly on Increased offerings.
Total sale, par value, aggregated 34,
tVAOOO. tlovernment bonds were unchanged on
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks war as follows:
Grain Starts to
Move to Market
While grain stocks In Omaha elevators
ar far below what they were one year
ago, th movement to market has set In
and unless th stuff Is sent out about?
as raat as It comes In, It Is expected that
the normal will bo reached very soon.
Now the greatest shortage la In oats and
It la asserted that this Is due to the fact
that farmer are holding both for feeding
purposes and for th hop of higher
prices In the event of a large foreign
Wheat receipts Monday were 1174 cars,
soma fifty more than on th correspond
ing day last year. Prices were 1 to I
cents up, sale lielng mode at fWlXi
cents per bushel.
Com receipts were fair, with 44 car
load on tho market and prices down
to I cents, the sales being at .i63 cents.
There were 68 cars nf oats, selling at
204114 cents, K cent down from Saturday.
Stocks In storage
ago In bushels:
now and on year
.. .8O8.O1 10
Th shortage la 1670,000 bushels.
Wroth Suing for
Loss of Business
Twenty-eight prospective Jurymen had
to be examined In district court before a
satisfactory Jury of twelve men was se
cured to try th suit of LeRoy C. Wroth,
proprietor of a saloon and cafe, against
the Stewart Construction company, the
Oross Wrecking company and the United
States National bank.
Wroth alleges that hi business wss
damaged to th extent of 116.000 when tho
sidewalk and part of th street Just above A
Sixteenth street on Farnam street was
blocked by the construction of the now
United States National bank.
At. l"- Pr
Ml T It
) J T W
S 1 8
A. He. Pr.
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... l MTU
.... Uu 7 lik
...., H 1
,.,.U7 te 7 40
....1S4 ... T 44
SHEEP Offerings wer th smauesl
for a Monday since the last week of Aug
ust. only about 106 cars pr . being
reported In. In spile of this falling off
In supplies, Kouth Omsha retained the
lead among the western market, having
almost as many as the combined esti
mates of ChlcaKO and Kanaa v-tty. To
day's run was 8,0jU smaller than last
week, and 13.0nO short of two weeks SKO,
but lO.Ouj larger than for th same day
Farly advices from other markets were
Of a bearish nature, but owing to the de
ficiency In the local supply, and the fact
that a good share of the offerings were
feeders packers had urgent need o f
everything that was here, and the market
opened in good season with the bulk of
th fat laiulis selling oa a strong to lw15
OFFS0ME OF TRAINS
With the tourist business of th aeason
peering th end, th railroads ar begin
nlng to lay plana for cutting off th ex
tra passsnger train ervlo preparatory
to getting back to normal conditions.
Effective next Sunday the Union Pa
cific will discontinue two of the Omaha-
Denver trains, Nos. 11 and 14. Oolng
west No. 11 leaves Omaha at 7:36 In th
morning and No. it arrives at 13 55 In the
Next Sunday th Milwaukee will cur
tail Its summer car service by cutting out
Its through cars to Portland and Seattle,
operated through Omaha In connection
with the Union Pacific and Oregon
Washington road. On th asm data the
through sleeper and chair car service
from Chicago to Denver, In connection
with th Union Paclflo and by way of
Omaha, will be discontinued. The Mil
wsukee's through equipment on the Colo
rado Express and the Colorado Special of
th Union Paclflo will be continued.
Amerii-an iteet Sugar
Amerl.isn jnrmiftlw ....
AmrliA 8. A R
Am. " H FM
Am. Ktrnr Ketlnlni
Asierlnwi Tel. Tl.,...
Ilronklyn KnpM TrsniH..
fiilifooitta retmlum ....
t'snaslsn Pftdflo ...
iMMek a Ohio
I 4il.-n O. w
CIllr.KO. 14 St. P
CMrssn A H. W
t-hk-ann. K. I. P. Rr..
rolmtelo Fui'l & IrtiD
Ilenver A H. n. pffl
litMlllcn' 8Mrltla ....
Orest Northern Ms
Orest Nn. Or ttf
Interbormmh Oe Corp..
Ksnaas rltr Houttwrn. . ..
lmuUrlllv A Naehvllle...
Mlaanurt. K. A T. pM....
Naw York (lastrsl
N. Y , N. H 11
Norfolk a n-naium
Iiu tflr Tl. A Tel
PnlliliHll Pelaiw Oar
Kay r.Hl. I'oppar
nepuhllc Iron a Kteal...,
stsnnsliar Omtpany ....
Taaa 1 'nmpanr
tlntoa Pari tin
Ilntoa Parlfls M
finlled Histea Htaal
It. . Steal pm
Waatlnxhoea Elsotrto ,..
HIth. Ixw. Close.
34 62 S4 US
44 88 81
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P.'4H 1?4V4 . 1341
mt v 230
7i T4H t4
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m 414 4s
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13 lll4j U1H
U14 611 6'S
17 17 UT
2i 1:14 !U,
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71 77 71V4
81 884 80
I4 14 84
14 14 l'4
6 4 4
87 87 H, 87 V,
16 14 14 '
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THOUGHT HUSBAND WAS
Oeorg Duncan, 1711 North Twenty-seventh
street waa arralgnd In police court
charged with being drunk and disturbing
the peace. "I thought h waa only play
ing drunk. Judge, until he began to
abuse us,", testified Mrs. Duncan. "He
was roaring around th house Ilk a wild
man. He must have been fooling. Judge,
because where could he get drunk?"
"My dear madam." quoth Foster In
even tone, "there are only about 400 sa
loons In Omaha."
"I know. Judge," replied Mrs. Duncan,
"but this waa on Sunday."
Foster yswned deeply and turning to
the court wit inquired where liquor could
be secured on Sunday.
"He must have sent to Chlcsgo for it.
Judge." replied th wit.
Foster murmured something about
patronising home Industry and wniWed
Duncan beck to the bullpen.
NBW TOTIK. Oct. 25. HUG A Fl Raw.
nominal, centrifugal, 4.3!ic; molasses,
3.63c. Keflned. steady; cut loaf, 6.13c;
crushed, .of.c; mould A, 670c; cubes, 6.6";
xxxx powdered, 8 40c; powdered. 8.3Sc;
fine granulated, Uf-c; diamond A, 6 2nc;
confectioners" A, .2f: No. 1. 60. Fu
ture opened quiet today and at noon
prices were from 1 to 4 points net lower
under scattered liquidation.
To Get Trade for
U. S. Under Way
WASHINGTON. Oct. .-Elaborst
plans- for a world-wide campaign for
trade by th United Btatea are revealed
In the estimate ef th Department of
Commerce expenditure for th next fiscal
year to be presented to congress this
Through th bureau of foreign and
domeatlo rommarc th department pro
poses to aid American merchants and
manufacturers lit taking advantage of
opportunities now before them and In
preparing for th struggl for th trade
supremacy whloh commercial officials
ar certain will follow the European war.
Reorganisation of the staff In Wash
ington and an Increase to about twlc
Its present extent of the foreign com
mercial service, are contemplated, ac
cording to a statement today by Dr. K.
H. Pratt, chief of the bureau. Appro
priations will be sought to provide for
extensive investigations of commercial
conditions abroad and for tariff Inquiries
by the cost of production given. .
"Th commercial attach service haa
been In existence Just about a year,"
said Dr. Pratt. "It has proved so use
ful that an addition of ten commercial
attaches will b recommended as purt
of th general program of 'preparedness.'
These attaches. It Is intended, will bo
stationed in Japan. India, South Africa,
Spain, Scandinavia, Italy, Th Nether
lands, the Balkan states, Central Amer
ica and Vsnesuebx and Colombia.
"A similar Increase tn th bureau'
work tn promoting trad with Latin
America will be requested. This will en
able the bureau to conduct a number
of special Investigations there."
Prlac ts ladlspoeed.
BERLIN, Cel. 26. Prlnoe von Beulow.
the former German Imperial chancellor,
la confined to In room In Cologne as
th result of a alight Ind sposlUon. ac
cording to the Overseas News Agency.
The prince is making a trip to Uaden
Iladen and expects to resume his Journev
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