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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1915)
THK DEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, OOTOHEU 2S, 1315.
nil modern firnlshed hoiif.
IjKVHN-ROOM. strict y modern, well
wfurnlshed houto; pi mo Included; Imme-;N-te
possession IC dwircd. 'Iwo bloi k
from Dundee tar. Rent $-7. 50. Phone L.
J-H furnished house; JiC. Til. H. 4
MY home for winter cr longer; near car
line. Phone Harney 1 . .
Furnished or nnf urnlehed ; horn of T
Monif. $41) and 8f. Douglas 613 or Ol
WEST FA U NAM, near schools. 7-r.,
partly furnished, tf Cull Harney 8134.
l-'nrn iKhrd H4Muia,
MCR tares furnished room: alt modern:
fine location. SJUe Webster tit. 1'hon
l-r,r., HI J 1'IM, lll U I M m I inmfli.,
for two ladled. gentleman or man ana
wife; excellent board. Hart.ey 3i3i
K1!''NT rm.; vnd heat; t rlv. f m. H.
KK'KI.Y f iii-iusl'ed room;
modern. ."31 S. 22i St.
close in; all
tun MAPON One room for two gentle
men. Cnn have use of den.
FARM A HAM II HMH FOR I.4LE F ft M A
HI Mil 1. 4M) FOR SILK.
( MS., modem Hut. Phone Douglas.
?OI rooms; reasonable. Red S'iW.
Pt'rnihed 11 1
n i r I n. Douglas 41 S3.
RMS., well heated. Tel. Wen, 29.V7.
SEWl.Y furnished ronnw, heat. Red 6.1.
Fine rm. Prl'te entrance. 2111 rmr R. 77i.
NICELY furnished room;
modern. S. T2 Pt.
cluse In; all
hi! S. -id., tumished room for rent. In
private lininc, T' lephone Hed 6108.
..'aTiCTH Two s'nKlo rooms for gentlemen;
rrlvste hatlv 1 '? Park Ave.
CAPITOL AVE., 1812 Steam heated rooms
with livatort.-o. suitable for two.
and hath. leavenworth.
NICE, Urge room In private family, block
from North 24th car; nurse or clerk pre
ferred. Web. 4217. ,
HOOM In prhHto apt.: no other roomers:
kitchen privileges; J3.5i per week; half
h!k. south of 2Jd & lyoavenworth. l) 344i.
LA ROE, modern room, newly furnished.
11i North 2;th St. Harney 319
NEWLY furnished rm. near town. P. 210.
close In; quiet home.
DEWKT AVE., 2fi09 Large unfurnished
front room; strictly modern. Red 67t0.
ST. CLARE, 24th and Harney, one S and
one 4-r. art. Harney fi47
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
L AND DEPARTMENT
There can be no safer or more profitable investment than
the. purchase of land at its value.
The lauds listed below are desirnbly located and the prices
are attractive and right.
Fanning and pasture lauds at from $0.00 to $40.00 per acre.
Some very choice tracts adjoining County Seat Towns at
$30.00 to $70.00 per acre.
IN KANSAS AND COLORADO:
Fine wheat lands at from $7.00 to $25.00 per acre.
Mixed farming and pasture lands at $3.00 to $11.00 per
Large and small tracts of grazing lands in the groat Sheep
and "Wool territory at $2.00 to $2.50 per acre.
TERMS OF SALE: One-tenth down and balance in ten
years at 6 interest.
For maps and full information, address or call upon
J. A. GRIFFITH,
Land Commissioner, U. P. It. R. Co.,
109 Union Pacific Building,
Omaha, Nebraska. o
Lire oak Colonies, none better. W. T
Smith Co.. WV14 CHv Nat. Bar. T 281
Knrnlsheil I lunar kecpt n w Rooms.
fARNAM 2S22 Two nice housekeeping
rooms: electricity, steam.
jtw davenport-two or threb
nicely furnished hkpq. rooms,
new prick flat.
2 or 3 nice rim., housekeeping. 1112 8. 11th.
Ft. Mary's Ave. 2.V.I. 2 win, front rooms.
FOR SALE OR LEASE Any part of 4.000
acres near R setow n, Saskatchewan. I
raised 150.000 bushels of oats and .00
bushels of flax on land this year. Price
cheap and terms very easy. Frank Craw
ford. Omaha, Neb., or Rosetown. Sask.
FOR SAt.K lr.o-acre farm, 8 miles from
Council Uluffs, on the Lincoln highway.
Address J. Hannibal. R. 6, Hon "4.
CAM FORM A,
mod., hku. rooms.
Houses and Cottages.
CHICAGO, 2S32 Neat four-room cottage,
IF INTERESTED In farm land, don't
fall to call or send for my descriptive
list of real bargains in large or small
farms near the city; can show them In
few hours time; they are bargains no
one can duplicate, land, location and price
considered. Fred Mohl, til Capital Bank
building, St. Paul, Minn.
RVEN rooms and bath,
Manderson St. I'lione
FOR COLORED PEOPLE.
5 and 6-room coUnnes, partly modern.
IMO-1842 No. 22d St. Call D. UT'.W.
;'7 Charles, Jl. Phone
FOR RENT Mtautlf ul mod-jrn resi
dence, 7 rooms and bath, t'ot water
ieat. , Lnri-'t: g:irane; at 39J0 Florence
Rlvd. Phone Colfax a0.
WALKING distance. 263S DodKe, 8-room,
modern, 2.'.; key. 2640; call Web. 4H75.
31.0 CORRY 5-room house; not new, but
clean paper and paint; good neighbor
hood; paved stn-et; storm windows; elec
tric light: bath; ga; water paid; 113.50.
BY NOV. 1, to reliable party. 6-room, all
modern house; hot water heat. 21st and
Ames. Call Colfax hxH.
Modern S-room bungalow, 2 blocks from
car; 2 rooms oak. Owner. Harney 84fi8.
Fine 6-room St. Louis flats. In walking
distance; modern; fcjhelby court, 22d EL
block south of Leavenworth St.. I la.
PETKR3 TRUST COMPANY.
1622 Farnam St. Doug. 898. o
mod. ex. heat.
DiHt., nice &-r. cottage,
174S S. 2Sth Pt. Doug. 916.
R4th. H. 13.
rooms and bath; gas; no
neighborhood; 2L 120 S.
8-ROOM house and sleeping porch: Field
club district. !W S. .V.th Ave. H.
STRICTLY modern. 7-r., Hanscom Park,
cottage, oak floors, $25. Tel. Har. 422s.
Ave. eight rooms good fur-
Ht. model i ottanc. tzj. Te.. Har. 1266.
1-ROOM, modern, 2968 Poppleton Ave.
u -M-Ml. rv i-room nouse, uis
$36. Phine Harney 1566.
127 PARK. AVE fc-room mod home, 8.T5;
garage extra. Carry Cleaning Co. H. 7307.
vTroom cottatfoTlll S. 2sth St, 815. Water
LA ROE 6-room house.
modern except heat,
tlst St. Harney 27'C.
820 mo. 831 S.
:ilst. H. iiia.
J.R. coltaKc. mo
MODERN, up-to-date cottage, good gar
age, 820 Q. Oursh, 2411 S. 24tn St.
WF.ST FARNAM. 8.00.
!i rooms. 2 blocks to car, close to ca-
tncurul ana baunaers school; immediate
poBkevsiou. Call owner, Douglas 2715;
evenings, Harney 6134.
J-r. mod. houee. ..H l.oivenMor h. w. a.;
TRIC'TLY modern 8-room house, with
garage. 3114 Casa. Phone Har. M31, after
6 p. m.
fc.18 JONES ST.J-ro(,m mod., $J0. 11 lxi.
IK N. 27th Ave.
d At y i s
FOR SALE At a sicrlflee. f00-acre ranch
In Boyd county, Neb.: nearly all fenced;
two sets of buildings; 200 acres under cul
tivation; 60 acres of alfalfa; plenty of
good water; excellent grass; no sand;
some timber. Address John gtenronsky.
Wagner, S. D.
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade
medium priced land in Nebraska; very
nine money reauirea l.. uraaiey. wei
bach, Neb. t
UPPER WISCONSIN Best dairy and
general crop state In the union; settlers
wanted; lands for sale at low prices on
essv terms. Ask for booklet B4 on Wiscon
sin Central Land Qrant Excellentf lands
for stock raising. If interested In fruit
lands ask for booklet on apple orcharda
address Land and Industrial Depart.. Uo
Line Hallway. Minneapolis Minn.
SNAP 80 acres Wyoming, irrigated, part
cultivated; terms. Jim vvray, ioux my.
WANTED TO BCT
Wanted 1.000 tons scrap Iron In carload
lots. For prompt shipments out of north
and southnvsiern . territory of Grand
Great Western Iron
& Metal Co.
Grand Island Neb.
HKAIi KSTATK NOHTH SI1W
Has full cemented cellar, and pressed
brick foundation; guaranteed hot air fur
race. Reception ball, parlor, dining ' room,
cloak room, kitchen and panto- on first
Moor; S gixsl slied bed rooms, hall, 3 clos
eta and bath room on second floor; ala.i
storage attic and screene.i sleeping pech
Awnit'g. shades snd screens. hanilsonK
South frontage and closo to car line
and good graded school.
$-00.00 Cash Payment.
Balance Like Pont.
Shuler & Cary,
104 State Rank Rulld'.ng.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Cattle Fnirly Active nd Steady to
Strong Sht-rp Steady to Fif
HOGS riFTEEN TO FORTY OFF
OMAHA, October ST. 191.V
Oifl. ial M-ndav
t 'f llclal Toes iy
K.'timate edi es.lny
Cattle. llog. Sheep
Vulnerable Position of Special Se
curities Agnin Demonstrated
by Day's Activities.
rRICES UNEVEN FROM OUTSET
choice corrAOE, $2,150.
Near STth and Am, i rooms all mod
ern. Must be sold. For terms see
W. T. U RAH AM, BKH HLOrt.
OWN E H ' w U lsa c rl f i ce8-r. , strictly" twA
rrn houae, wlih lartie s eeilng room, onk
floors, woodwork nKely decorated. Terms.
Fhone Webster 1127.
RKAL KSTATK SOt'TII SIDE
WANTED Old second-hand automatlo
meat slicer. Peerless preferred; not par
ticular about Its condition. A. E. Gault.
PAT highest prices for Iron, brass work
ing machinery; buy complete shops,
factories, etc. Molltor, Z15 8. Clinton,
OFFICE furniture bought and sold,
O. Reed, V Farnara. Doug. 14o
Ptrlctly high grade piano Web. 8728.
Tale buvs everything td hand Web. 4i
HIGHEST prices for old clothing. D. 4711
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONET TO LOAN.
To people wishing to build
homes or business buildings
For complete Information con
cerning terms, eto., call on
BANKERS RKAL.TT INVESTMENT CO.
Ground Floor Bee Bid.
Telephone Douglas o
HAVE TOU A FARM FOR SALET
Write a good description of your land
and send It to the Sioux City, la.. Journal,
Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad Me
dlum." Twnty-flv words every Friday
evenrng. Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
tor one month, giving sixteen ads on
twelve different days for 82; or 60 words,
84. or 78 words, 84.
Largest circulation of sny Iowa news
paper, 2.IU.QU0 readers dally In four great
J. FARMS and city loans at lowest rates.
8100 TO 81.U0O made promptly. V. D.
Wead, Wead Pldg., ISth ft Farnam Sta,
CITY and farm loans, 8, 84fc, 8 per oent
J. H. Dumont ft Co.. 418 8tate Bank.
A "For Bale" ad will turn second-hand
furniture Into cash.
WANTED Good (arm and city loans at
PETKHs TRUST CO., 2 Ml Farnam.
Bargain in a Home
Because the house Is now ton small we
offer for sale one of the nicest, cuxlcst
and best located homes In Omaha. On
easy terms to the right party in order to
make a Quick sale.
House located at SC"8 Marcy, one block
from the lavenworth line, ten minutes'
ride on street car; one block from drug
store and grocery store; close to schom;
streets paved and all paid for. In neigh
borhood where lota are advancing In
price. High, dry and airy.
House two-story bungalow, built about
flva years; full basement; furnace heat,
hot watsr heater, elect rlo and gag fix
tures; tine firs place; House well decor
ated; living room, 14x84; good dining
room, kitchen and pantry. Second floor
has S Urge, airy bed rooms, four closets
This place Is worth looking at and
worth the money. 84,760. L. C. Roberts.
Thrve d iy' toll's.
Pan e d s hist wi ek
.mr 2 oi In nno. . .
SB me .1 ci s him. . .
tvuno 4 w, .s no. .
f:-iiie d.is In st year. . .1T.S.M
i ne loi.oaiM tul le , .ws
.4 4 4
NEW YORK. Oct. J7.-The highly vul
ters'ile position of special stocks ws
iirialn demonstrated today, those issues
moving In wild confusion and finally un-
'.O.miv; settling the balance of the list. Trading
- was active, bui Increasingly professional,
,1.40.1 Hi it faction Indulging In persistent teal-
hi. V. ISMIg.
II'1. ."4 r rom the outset prices were extremely
:n 24 1 ' unexen, with a I reiionderance of declines.
'. J V') I I.. Only a few of the war Issues manliested
,W0 M.v , e en a fair di-Kree of sttei.gth, most othir
llv teceii l.-i I '"cks ici-oidliig los.-ea of Mrlng extent.
rf cattle. Iun and sheep at the Omaha I 1 n" States Steel was the only leader
live stoi k market Cor fie year to date, as i ' "'' "lde oi-enlng of IO.Oih) shares
voinpaivd with last yesv fraction under yesterday's close. It
n$ 19H. Inc. fluctuated within a one-point ranke. gi-
Cnttlo !!,,, 77 1 1S-..0." : '"g lower in the final hour, but closing
IIoks f'J'O.O 1 sv.l vW ...W-l,h a point loss at S4V Steel rellected
Phci p I 71.7 'Kit 2i.:,otj M.;.S speculative disappointment of the earn
'rii n f.,llow. i.i.i. ........ n.. .v.r..e niiose(i by yesterdays
rvlces of Iioks at the Oinnha live stock
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat is Steady, with Better Grades
Selling at Advance and the
Lower Grades Even.
CORN RECEIPTS ARE LIGHT
nisiket fur the last few days, with com
I lMis. i is 1 4 1 iia isii' i iju I my.
tKI " s off s'wTYiil 8 n, I 87
8 .v.U 7 4.M g KM! e :4, 8 4ll 7 70
8 -.V 7 84 8 101 I 8 47 8 8. 7 M
14. I It II T X.. 1 OH I 86 a?! 1 Si I 40 " " -"
l.i I -iu. 7 u 7 " s mi I i u t u i Anaconaa t. opper rose i points to the
11 8 si 1 t m 7 "l i r 30 7 48 h,l, "conl of 7VV and some of the
l.8o8 jlih TfclSiJW I .J V I utilities, notsl.lv Consolidated Gss and
18. j 8 X 7 M 8 S f 31 WI 7 87 I "fHiklyn I'l.lon Uaa were In fair demand
I'' i 7 il k l J 8' 8 i'.l 7 W I R" maintained a semblance of
W 7 in. W 7 7i' I So 8 J7 7 41 "r"1"'". Canadian Pacific snd the co.il
i i In ' M 7 nA 8 CS ill Sll f 81 l,n foremost In the moderate a.l-
tt. 7 84i, K4! 7 W lU 8 44, T M ! ;n, . Mrther actlviiy In a re- w-
lii 7 2-'I 7 tu 7 ;; H ail 8 .18 1U priced slocks, such as Rock Island and
. ' " wi 7 Z I fj Z 8 ' I ,w-h Issues. At best however, the
7 i 7 671 S 46 24, 8 4. 7 M liil'l' y for rails as iiouilnal.
"S I ill. 1 m l su I'll 8 2ii 7 Honda were steady In the early deal-
V 7 1 III 6 i 7 0 I 1' s W 7 54 but yt'lded a trifle as slocks de-
7 i 1 , 6 W T 4WJ 1 8 l.'l IW 7 j4 i.jntKj 14.4.V..IUO.
REAL ESTATE! WEST SIDE
S61S Dodge St.. the home of the late
Mr. D. V. Bholes. We are offering this
house at a very reasonable figure. House
consists of 8 rooms, large living room
with fireplace, fine reception hall, dining
room, kltohen on first floor: finished in
oak with oak floors; four Targe bedrooms
finished in white enamel with oak floors
upstairs; good tiathroom; house In first
class condition; hot water heat; fine
fixtures; well arranged; full south front
lot with shrubs and fruit; cement drive
and garage. Price X.&oo.
D. V; Sholes Co.
818-18 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug, 49.
CATTLE Kecelpts wers only moder
ate for a N eiiin'mlay, i!4l cars being re
ported In. Kor tlio thieo days receipts
tool up 34. Oh heiitl, being the largest of
any similar period for a long lime back
barring only the revord-hieaker of two
weeks ago. As compared with a year ago
the reitipts are Just about double.
Hi cf steers wcio fully steady and In
spots strong. While the market was not
particuiany active there was a fair move
ment, so that the bulk of the olleilngs
chHtiged bands In fair season.
Cows and heifers were In good demand
at prices that were steady to stronger.
1'eslralile feeders were sought after and
weie generally a little stronger than yes
terday, whlie other grades were fully
steady. The whole market on practically
all kinds of cattle might best be described
as steady to strong.
limitations on cattle: Trlme cornfed
beeves, SD.tai'lo.OOj good to choice fed
yearlings, 8'..Mt!.?b; fair to good fod year
lings, in'Hi!' Uo, common to lair led year
lings. Iti.iUKus.iO; go-Mi to choice heavy
beeves, 8!'.niii!t.i6; fair to good cornfed
breves, fVsoa.it.u; common to fair corn
fed beeves, ii.7udiS.30; prime grass beeves,
X(Ajt SO; (A od to choice grass beeves,
87.fiow8.00; fair to good grass beeves, 8.7o
4f7. fci; commm to fair grass beeves. 86.W
statement, favorable as the exhibit was.
Among the torenoon adxences were sev
eral of the automobile groups which were
destined to have severe declines later.
American Brake Shoe preferred, which
rose 17 points to the new record of 218.
snd several distinctive storks like Piesud
8teel Car. Baldwin Locomotive and Ball
Houses and Cottages.
HOUSES AND COTTAGES.
8-R. modern house, strictly m idem;
blk. west Crei.hton col. 8 6. Tel. H.
I'l'NDEi!. 7-rooiu hoiJHu neur car.
D. 42.1 or Wulnut 3117.
f4ores aad Offices.
MODERN store r.enr postofflce; low rent.
G. P. Stel.liins. : t l.iciKo St.
5T1I AVE. AMERICA'S
Is and always has been a driving street,
lint look merchants there ani made It
CNDICR MODKRN CONDITION'S driv
ing fiU-eet a iiiri-tase in valut? all the tlini.
N lbTH hT. UKKA'i'KST DKiVlNU
STHKET in Omaha. Iiol( it over.
YOC WANT HI.'SINESS WORTH
W 1IIL.K. Not a mere ixlstcnco, one. that
will repay labor, money, brain work in
vesied. (-lie up to a man's job an i make
your mark tin this.
On Uth I have BKST SPOT for
CoRN Kit DRUO STORK
one worth while.
Also Hr.iKisoi.i" nori:L.F. STrillt: for
GRtK'ERIKS. MtAiS. l-.TC.
That can be nuide more.
Come and see mi k-i facts.
T. J. HO' 'K. 1 1-1 N. Mh St.
.lll-r. il I uetl4.
HOUSES A PAUTM tNTS FLATS,
811.5 6-r . , Joiii Hurdetie tit., mod. ex. ht,
MM-r, 4 4n I'mnkliii .t.. modern.
$ o.eo S-r., .',40 H f.;ih Ave. mod. tint.
, o.uu 6-r., 131 IVrk Ave., modern fiat.
842 30 t-r. apt., "The Harold," 27 th nd
8 O.U0 7-r., 21J S. S7lh St.. modern, hot
niitt-r heat; gnrage.
8."i0.(io 8-r., iifti Harney St., modern
873.0O 8-r., m Farnam St., extra fine.
Phone D. 7W. U8 City Nat. 1'ank Pl-lg.
K II A L Bargains -r.. 1 8. ISth St., V2.
New 6-r., mod., very choke. 371S N. 2"th
St., IX. 6-r . mod , 2110 N. :7th Ave., 814.
18 others, $r to S3: new 6-room fUt.
select. iM N. KM. 832.M. McKltrick R.
b. Co. i. ui-r
114 8. S8TH 7-r.. all modern houe.
. newly pHpered and painted: close In, S-'i
sWJ6"l N. 6Mh Ave. -r., all modern house,
fine lot, auto garage, l-'O
RAtP BROS. DOUOLJ48 lfitS.
8401 MaDle St.. J.
3401 Parker St.. 112.
4-r, 105 N. 26th, for colored, J14.50.
6-r., 2123 Nicholas (for colored), 816.
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
6-r., 4tdl N. 2sth t.. 816.
6-r.. 48"S N. KHh St.. $18.
6-r., 2426 Franklin St.. $20.
6-r., 611 N. 17th St.. $20.
6-r.. 2616 Decatur St.. $15.
6-r., 1030 S. 2Sth St., a good cottage In
a f'rst class residence section. 8'Jo,
8-r., 2410 Seward St., a bargain at $20.
6-r.. 630 N. 27th St., a very choice de
tached house, strictly modern in every
respect, within easy walking distance to
baslness center; good residence section.
Owner pays water rent, $31.
8-r., 219 Park Ave., a good detached
house within walking distance to busi
ness center. Special Inducements If taken
at ence. $.'7.50. M . t . , .
8-r , S172 Farnam, a good detached house
within walking distance to business cen
ter, first class residence section; reduced
t I27'60' . A . X. A
8-r 132 Dewey Ave., good detached
house: well arranged for keeping room
ers; very closo In, $32.60.
8-r 623 8. 4oth, a choice detached house;
excellently located. In the West Farnam
district. IjO. , , .,
lo r.. 5"4 S. 28th St.. a large, strictly
modern dwelling, very close In, well ar
ranged for roomers. BarKsln at $35.
10-r.. 2221 Dodge, a good dwelling, very
close ''"g- S4th a ,arge dtachel dwell
ing finished in oak, Idenlly arranged and
located In the mont select residence sec
tion In the city; garage Included $i6.
Ws have only a few choke heated apart
ments left. None better In their respective
locations Pee our complete printed Hat
before renting. & PLATKR CO.
m Omaha Nat. Bank Pldg.
FOP. colored people. 5 and -room cot
tages, partly modern. 1840 184$ N. 22d
Pt. Cnll Hong. 7W.
FIDELITY ?khw& KKEK
Phone Dovglns JS for complete list of
vacant houses and apartments: also lor
Storage, moving. I'-th and Jackson fa.
i Gordon Van Co.';?S:
tit N. 11th Bt Tel D 3t or Har. 1M7.
GOOD auto sales room on Farnam St.
V'erv r.-asontilile rent. Tel. Doug. 40S.
C-It. MOI'KHV Iioiik
Mores, moves, packs, ships; l-Uors vaa
nd t men, fl Ei per hi.; ot o me . n r
- u-.i-r.,1 1.,.. mi,,, li a-"-: Tv .1
MODKRN 7-room nouse; barn; good lo
cution; $io. 4P.48 Franklin Walnut 3o43
gFK the Central Kurnltura blurs s FKEE
? an and 8 tor age
w ii van and Storsge
Maggard s :
shipping. 1718 Webster Sk
rEVKN and five-room houses: modern
aalklng distance. Uwuglas 49.
CITY" property. Lrge loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas 82a Sts'e Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFK REAL EST AT ni CO..
1016 Omaha National. Pbone Douglas $71S.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. w. Binder, city National Bank mag.
fit' CITY LOANS. O. O. Carl
u U Brandels Theater Bldg
HEAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
Three Fine Cottages
to Exchange for
We have a client who offers to turn as
part payment toward, five, ten or
twenty acres, within five to ten miles
or closer to Omaha, three fine cottages,
all rented; two of them are nearly new,
and the other one In very fine condi
tion. If you have anything In this line to
offer, see us at once, as five-room cot
tages are always salable and the de
mand as a rental proposition Is excep
Let us know what you have to offer.
23Oma!V afl Hank 'Widg. Doug. 4!N.
FOR EXCHANGE ISO acres nea7Centrai
City, cheap land preferred, liox !,
Near 39th and Cass
Nine-room stucco residence, on the very
top of the hill, facing east. One block
from the street car. Deep 60-foot lot
with big trees. Large rooms, splendidly
lighted and decorated. Interior finish
in tip-top condition. This Is not a new
house, but was practically rebuilt last
year, and possesses all the advantages
of a new house In arrangement and
conveniences. With the extra solidity
and high quality wood work and tim
bers. We offer It at $6,600, at least
$1,000 leas than its actual worth.
Tyler KiM, State Rank Bldg.
WALKING- DISTANCE 8638 Dodge, 8
room modern house, first-class condi
tion: ready to move Into; key at tMO.
Don't fall to look It through. W. W.
Mitchell, owner. Phone Webster 487$.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
U' 42D ST. k-r. ; all modern, for mod.
6-room cottagi. Will sell. Tel. H. 2704.
6-room cottage. Council Uluffs, 80 acres
Irrigated Colorado land; for lots or Cot
tages in Omaha. Colfax 3N08.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
II.Miuua CrelKh Sous 5
Jf T J Exp. t:o.. moving.
I lPPfl packing A storage.
tores aad Of flee.
NrTVV STORES FOR RENT.
2VTH AND AMES AVE.
$40 ftv-lh4'l fU foil basement.
8.0 (MUx'A ft., full basement.
Very desirable location for a first-class
drus and grocery store.
" QEOROK COMPANY.
Fhone D. 7i. 2 City Nat. Bank Dld.
WANTED TO RENT
MAN 'nut wife will care for flat
for people leaving city: best of reftr
onies. Address 8 -to. Bee.
A High Class
That must be snuppt'd up at once. Owner
lives ln house and will not move after
cold weather sots in. All modern 8-room
house, oak floors and finish, hot water
heat, fireplace, buam ceilings, built-in
features, sun room etc. The lot Is finest
on entire Prettiest Mile, ft s loo feet
wide by 40 feet deey; fine shade, hedge
on both sides, all kinds of fruit, berries,
etc. Artesian well, that flows all year
round. If taken quick this fall, you can
buy this place for Vo.Tm, on reasonable
forms. Next djor neighbor wants to buy
10 feet of thin at $60 per foot, and you
can make UM back right away If de
sired. Ground alone here la worth over
$.'i.0iiO, i and house la thrown In at far
less than coat. Must have quick act-on
on this. Call Do us las 332 Monday for
appointment or any further information.
Buy Where Others Are Buying
in Dundee's Newest Addition.
Between 4Mh and 52d Sta., Dodge and
City water, sewer, gas, cement side
walks, paved streets, ornamental street
lighting system, all properly graded and
ready for building.
Assure the future of this addition.
$1,100 and up, which are. remarkably
low considering the slse of the lots, dis
tance from the retail center, and that
every Improvement Is already made.
Only one-tenth cash, balance navabl.
ln easy monthly payments.
Values to the west are Increasing.
Come In or ask us for further Informa
tion about this beautiful addition, which
we will be glad to show you by auto
mobile at any time which may suit your
BUY NOW while y- u can get some of
the choicest lots. Many on or within
one block from the car line.
George & Company
$03 City National Bk. Bldg.
PHONE DOUGLAS 766.
16.76; good to choice grass heifers, Stl.OiKjy
7.00; good to choice grai cows, 8" 7ti.2u;
fair to good cows. lYO"U'6.76; common to
fair cows, $3.7tHi5.00; prime feed
ing steers, $K.00(h.o0; good to cholco
feeders, $7,401(8.00; fair to good
feeders, H Wii7.40; common to fair feed
era, $6.75&tl.W; good to oholc Blockers,
$7.6)fi.O0; fair to good stockers. $6.7ii(tf7.f;
common to fair stockers, $6.60fj.7B; stock
holfers, $6.7tiU;.76; etotk cows. $4.76?l41 00;
stock calves. $6.608.00; veal calves, $7.mn
10.00: bulls. Stags, otc, $4.26W.26.
HOGS nrta, were emrvmely light
again today, only twenty-se.en cars, or
npproxlmatelv l."0 head, snowing u
The week's total Is only 8,631 head, being-
less than half as large as last weeg, anu
more than S.OCO smaller than the corre
sponding days both two weeks ago and
last year. The run for the first half
of this week Is smaller than for any
similar period for several years.
The lightness of local receipts failed
to check the break that fell at all
points this morning. A heavy run at
Chicago and sharp breaks at all out
side points gave packers the club they
have been wanting for a fresh attack on
values, and the trade went back to the
price slashing basis of lust week. One
or two loads sold to shippers at prices
almost as good as yesterday's, a top of
$7.40 being paid, but shipper buyers wers
almost entirely out of the market.
First sales to packers were around
IfcbOOo lower, but only two buyers were
willing to du that well. The result was
that after about half the supply had
been cashed, prices dropied to a Sue
lower level, and last sales mads were
quotably sa much as 40c lower. One
buyer failed to get in at all, and when
the last of the packers left the yards
there were still seven or eight carloads
In first hands, most of which had never
even attracted a bid. A four-load con
signment of light Idaho hogs failed to
find favor with any of the buyers, and
no one had tried to buy them up to a
Bulk of the sales made landed at $7.00
(61.16, the former figure buying the long
string. Weighty sows sold as low as
$41.86 on the close, and, as noted above,
there were several loads of all descrip
tions which no one would even bid on
SHEEP Supplies were about the same
as on the mid-week trade a week ago
but were lighter than for most recent
Wednesdays. About eighty Insds. or 20 .
800 head, were received, bringing the total
for the three days up to 71,40." heed. This
Is a shortage of 18,000 as compared with
last week's moderate run and 30.000 smaller
than two weeks ago, but Is 7.00 larger
than for the same days a year ago.
Fat lsmb trade opened early, and while
somewhat uneven the general market
onked around lte higher. Some sales
were quoted as only WuUta up, while a
few traders thought prices ss much as
lMi2nc higher, but as a general thing
values looked around 16c above Tuesday.
a cui oi in. .aina iimni mat nrowgtit
OMAHA, October 87. INS.
The wheat market is very steady to
day, the better grades of hard wheat
selling SSc higher, while tho off grades
sold at yestorittiy a prices.
The receipts or corn continue light.
Only twenty-seven curs were reported in
and the bulk of the salrs were V lowr,
and tlie rest golnx at unrhiingeJ prices.
lHta were aiso lower, decllng 'ttic.
The receipts of all grain continue light,
with a fairly active demand.
Clearances ot mimt oU flour were
equal to I.I'M.mtl Imslie.s; corn, 8.0u0 bush
els; oats, 2H.OI0 bushels. , .
Liverpool close: Wheat, unehsnged to
Sl h'gher; corn, unchanged to 24'i
b''1"'''- . ...
I'ninary wheat receipts were l.itR.OOO
bushels and shipments I.21.'i0 bushels.
SKiiinst receipts of 2.077.000 bushels and
shipments of 1.024.000 bushels last year.
l't'lniai v corn receipts were tilo.OOO bush
els snd shipments 4!kt,000 bushels, against
receipts of 81,000 bushels and shipments
of 8.e.oi bushels Isst year.
Primary oats receipt weral.4ls.niti
bushels slid shipments I.M.OOO bushels,
against receipts of 1.4XS.0H) bushels and
shipments of (M.OHO bushels last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Ht. Louis ....
. . 'H
Colled States bonds were unchanged oiin-srs, ink
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks today were:
niN tiiti. iiw. no.
m iv4 lltH
It MO MS "S
A Ilia 9talmra
Amsrli-sn Hl Sugar
Amr1rsn Lnonmottv. ....
AnMTU-iui S A K
Am. H. It rr.t
Am. guiar rivfinlnt
Amsrlfsii Tl. A Tl
Ilsltlmnra A Ohio
aimokljra Jtasld Transit.,
t'allfnrnls rttmcun ....
r.ntrsl Iisatli.r ,
hnMink. 4 Ohls ,
rhlnisa (I. W ,
Olo,i. M. St. P....,
t-htraio a N. W
t-hlraso. It. I. P
Chtno tncipr ,
(Vilorsdu KuSI g Iron...
Inir a H. (). ptd
Ptstlllrra' 8tKurltlM ...
tlrasi Nonhsrn pM......
llrmt Ni Or. ttfs
1 1 1 in ota Onlrsl
Inl.rboroulh Hon Onrp.
Kanpas Ctl y Houtharn...
Loulao'll. a Nashvllls..
Max Iran Patrolautn
Mtaamirt, K. 4V T
N.vada ( Inpper
Naw York (nral
N. T , N. It M
Pullman Palaea Car
Har (ion. t'oppar
ltapuhllo Iron A Btaal..
Htulanakar t'ompsaf ...
Tmu IN.mD.nv 1.410 1711
t'nlon Partrie t.100 IMS
t'nlnn I'aeiris pM
tinitad tnata. HimI U N
P. a. Htaal pM i.6" 11
t'tsh Coppar IK 7IS
Waatarn Union I. ten "S
Waatlnshixaaa laetrie ... 4 mo 7S
Montana Fowar 14. WW 87'4
U.nara.1 Motor. e in ass
TouU sslas tor th dsr, l,;i,000 aharaa.
ii.,.M ,iu h b i a Hinm-tMt tndav:
Wheat No. t hard winter: 1 car. 8c; 1
cnr. sac; 4 cars, Wc; 4 cars. 96c;
cars. M'tei 8 cars, 4c. No. 4 hard win-
ter: I car. 9uc; 1 car, 4c; 1 car, MWc;
cars. 9i'.c: 6 cara. !cl 1 car, 90HC! I
1 car. c: i car.
Kilo; 1 car (heating). s"o. Rye No. 8: 1
car, 8f,c. No. 4: J cars. 1 car. ie.
lVin-Nn, 8 white: 2 cars. MTo. No. 8
white: 8 cars. WVo. No. while: 1 car.
osc. No. 8 white: 1 car, 6!Wc. No. 1
yellow: 4 cars. IVic No. yellow: 6
cars, 61Vo. No. 8 yellow: 1 cars, 4114c.
No. 3 mixed: 1 car, 6"c: t cara, 6V; 2
cars. WWo No. 3 mixed: 3 cars, 64jC.
iNo. I mixed: 1 ear, 6Sc. Sample: 1 car.
ins Ho. Oats Standard: 1 car. &c. No. 8
1.8 0 134 1S4S l1 white: 1 car, 84Sc; 8 cars, 84c; cars,
No. 4 white: I cars, w. nam-
.1! i tile: 1 ear. &2V.o: l car. 82c: 1 car (burnt).
S in , t. "
Omaha Cash Trices-Wheat: No. I tur
key, 81 0081.01; No. 8 turkey, WeffM.On;
No. I hard. MiWc; No. 8 herd. MSus!Wc;
No. 4 hard. isW.iftc; No. t spring. H8(U
6t4c; No. 8 spring, mtjHc; samplo. i.
ti75c. Corn: No. i white. otfstrr'S'f: No.
I ki US
I too iS
4. ax) 7is
8 white. R!ffniUe: No. 4 white. MVnV'B'c:
No. 6 white, fifmiiMtc; No. white, 6vi
64c: No. 2 yellow. 61S'a4lVc: No. IhMIj.
I S ' hUm,c: No. 4 yellow. 60V'iiilUc; No. 5
0 i yellow, oOUjWrtlr; No. t yellow, oOnHOc;
1 No. I mixed, WHfpSV-: No. 8 miea. i-S0
. Mjc; No, 4 mlxeu, tk-VSroi Wc; No. 6 mixed, ,
ilu 1 Mi'oisc; No. 8 mixed, nMlJuSc. Oats:
jS No. 2 white, jTivitWc; standard, S44tf
ITT I Me; No. I white, ia'tti 4Uc ; No. 4 white.
lltS i MtrMWc. Parley: Malting, 50"rr4c; No. L
feed, 4t;fl4Kc. Rve: No. 2. 9iUc; No. 8.
.m1 Wc; No. 4. liti'.2c.
mu. Chicago closing prices, furnished The
"J Pee by Logan A Riyan, stock and grain
10 brokers. 8l. South Sixteenth street:
ArtlcleTol"en. "nrrghTT liow. CloS4. Yes y.
l-.S ; Wheat, j I I I
Hec.ll ('44t,l 101V4I 9SI W4RI 1 01
M,4 Mav. I ffiUtkl 1 D1V 1 014k 1 Olsi.K l 024
!. MIS l
iiino 44H 44 S
, al. ROD
, 14.MM lit
1 I 'SC.. Ik-"T1W
tt I May.l6m.ru.ikl
11 'Uats. I i
IS Mav.l39k'bik KT.
!. fork, t
ms I. J"."-
1,S Lara, i
Z Oct.. 8 86
4S I Ribs
New York Moaey Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. 87.-PR1MB MEIV
CANTILE PAPER IS4 per cent.
BTERLINO EXCHANOK Slaty-day
bills, 84.F.B; demand, 64.61W; cables, 84.4U'6.
SILVER Par, . 48Tic; Mexican dollars,
PONDS Government, steady; railroad,
TIMR LOANS Steady ;, sixty days.
8 per cent; ninety dava, tai per oent;
six months, 8 per cent.
CALL MONEY Steady; high set, I par
cent; lowest, 144 per cent; ruling rata,
per rent; last loan, 1 per cent; clos
ing bid, i per cent; offered at I per
Closing quotations on bonds todsy war)
U. . eat. la, rat ... 87Mo Pao. e. sa.... It
4o oaupon i!N. T. O 4ab. t.....1M
V B. la. rag 11 N. T. I'ltr 4Sa 101
o soupoa 101 N. Y. 8tat. 4Sa ..!
V. I. 4a. rag lot N. T , N. H. a H.
in soupoa ! er. 4.
Panama enupon. .100 Na. Psains 4a
Am Hmaltars 4a. ..lot do la ,
A. T. A T. . 4 sa 103 SO. a. L. raf. 4s...
Armour lo. 4a.. 2 Paa. T. A T. 4s...
Atrhlaon gas. 4s.,.. 41 Pass. aos. 4...,
II. I. Ohio 4 at On (an. 4a
Can. I'artlla tat n Raaalns San. 4s...
Ilifa. A Ohio 4s... to -a. 1 4 4. P. f,
C II. 4 U 1. 4a ... l78o. Pso. ov. 8s....
C M A g P I 4a..lOO do rat. 4s
K. I. 4V 1". r. 4. n no. llall.ar sa...
8.6 yesterday mads 8H.N0 today under a
little heavier sort. A good class of fed
westerns reached 18.76, with others as
high as 88.66, and two loads of choice
rangers topped the market, bringing 88.90
the highest price paid here since August!
Trade was fnlrly active and everything
cleared In good season.
Feeders sold freclv susln todsv n4
I yesterday's prices were well sustained
mum oi me irnuing neing clone on a I
C H. rat. 4a.... si t'nlon Pacific a....
I). It. O. rat. ta.. 64 do ov. 4. 41
, Rrla pan. 4a 7(11', H. Hukuar IS....1 I
Dan Klactrlr Is. . ..1"S t'. H. gla.1 la 10.1
lt No. lal a aw.D.an lai m
III. fan. rat. 4a. ... 11 Waat. l'nloa 4s..
K. " go. rat. as.... 81 Wis. Clar. . U.
U N. uul. U SAnslo-r ranch 8a .
84. K. T. 1st 4s.. 77
Kansas City LIT tok Market.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 27. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 7,hO0 head; market steady; prime
fed steers, 88 7MI 10.27; dressed beef steers,
steady to si ronir tiasls. Kent I. ml,. ..!., : 88 t'i43 60; western steers. aH.fiOifit. 76; stock
touched while 8s WKik bought tops! rs and feeders. 8fi.i''fi8.W; bulls, 86.2649
out of several strings, with the less iie-lJ-2-': calves. lii.ouoTlU.ou.
aim me orieringH ana second cuts on
down. Feeding ewes brought good, firm
figures and breeders were ready sellers,
more than one bunch going ns high as
Fat sheep were on about the same
tiaals as the killing lambs, scoring an
advance Hint on the whole amounted to
alKiut 16c. Ilest fnt ewes reached 6.66,
while good wethers sold aa hivh as $-Y'i
Yearlings scaling ninety-two pouniia
brought ft . 1 1, while fed westerns set a
gloas City Llv Stock Market.
BIOI'X CITY. Ia., Oct. 87. CATTLE
I j I . . 1 V . & .. . i . , . . A ., . .
i;"i' '" " o.-.T. lo.ri inotlvP ateers, 'i.wrj.ao; butchers, 84.botiz.i
New Dundee home of seven rooms,
strictly modern and up-to-date ln every
wsy; oak finish, mirror door, bookcases, best movers sold yesterday
etc. You will be surprised to see what ! Quotation on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
fine, large, well arranged rooms. Never good lo choice, . Tlv.i v!io, lambs, fair to
teen occupied. Choice iO-foot lot, psved 1 good, .wn .7 1 ; lamlis, feeders. 87 Tt.W
HOGS Receipts, 7,k00 head; market
lower; bulk, 8tt.764iT.16; heavy, 84.tiOu7.10;
IHickrrn and butchers. 6.9uuT.8b; light,
67Tn.20; pigs. 8.2D4j.7R.
SHEEP AND UMH8-ReceipU, 6010
head; market higher; lambs, 8H.6tsTI9.uO:
yearlings. 8.'0!j'7.2S; wethers, 81.711. 60;
street. Here Is Itundee's biggest bargain.
Lo you want It 7 See
106 McCague Plilg,
FINE NEW ANU MODERN COUNTRY
in ii w.
i Only 4 blocks from street car In Coun.
ell Uluffs, new, up-to-date 6-room house
and an acre of grapes. Only 84.JUO. Will
take Omaha house.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
6th Floor Omaha Nat. Rank bldg.
Douglas 178 L
$25 PER MONTH
SLx-room. strictly mod.. 8 years old; 2
rooms finished in oak: rooms sll newly
decorated; good garage; choice corner lot
8 blocks to Main St., No. 2601 N. tftix
Ave. Here Is your opportunity. If not
sold in a few days will be rented. See
log McCague Bldg. Douglas 18.
HKAIi ESTATE MlSCKLLAXEOt'S
The owner of a practically new bunga
low will sell It very cheap and on easy
terms. All on on floor. Oak finish, built
1 In buffet and bookcases. Large floored
attic; cement cellar; warranted furnace;
$w) lighting fixtures; large corner lot;
I guod garage.
CALL COLFAX 1455.
wanted by man and
f-iinilv wejt of I'arh
LOOK AT THESE BLTNUAIXlWb.
No. 8018 and '24 Lafayette- Ave., and
6 rooms, with beamed cellngs, paneled
walls, fireplace, bookcases, buffet, china
closet, lighting fixtures, plumbing, beat
ing; yard sou. led. south front; oak and
white enamel finish; closn in; lust east
of Ituniis ':rk, in Montclalr. Call owner
and builder for prices unit terms.
A. 11. OLMSi'EAU.
Phone i b, : ;2 1.
iil an Fi'urt. 1 it. L"H Wain H r.CL
DANDY NICE HOME, ONLY JJU) CA.itl.
Why not pay 85 monthly on your own
home Instead) of dumping It Into the land
lord's cotters? We have a splendid mod
ern home for you on very easy pay
ments. PAYNB INVESTMENT COMPANY
Fifth Floor Om. Nst Hk Blrg Ii, 1781.
TPrtfART OF SELLING FOR CASH.
This little brochure explains fully bow
ws can sell your real estate or business
for cash, no matter where located. We
mean It. Write today describing what
yuu have to sell, buy or exchange, and
le.-cive tlil lookl't fre. B. F lAHtyi
CO., 4,3 V. . Wat.. ul iit., iJi't Muiuca. 1.
HV veiirllnirs fnlr to choice. 8'i ( 7ft ; ' -
feeders 8SO"7.00; wethers, fslr to choice,
i, fiO'.ili O'- ev.es. uonil ! ei, lee, .r,.2.o-ri.';"
ewes, fair to good. H.7&S5.1C; swes; feed
rillCAUO LIVIl STOCK M4HKKT
Demand for (little Is Firm. Hogs
Vli fclifrp Mronir.
CH1CAOO, Oct. 27. I 'ATTLK Receipts,
K.WO he-id: nis-ket firm; native beef
steers. tViXtli.OH; western steers. 6 faVti
H BO; cows and heifers, 8-fl' " 2ft; calea,
no(J3-Iiccel Is. 21 00 bend: market
weak, l'oTjoc lower; bulk, 8tt.iu 7.2 .; I gtit,
84l.tV'(i7..'4; mixed, 8rt.fiOvi7.70; heavy, $H i',.p
7.11: roiitth, , ;cii .V,; pigs, V: ,:, .'7.10.
SHEEP AM' LAM U.--Receipts,
h'id: inirket strong: .ethers. t'i.O'l'utt.tjfi,
ewes, 8:l.7.V(( i.k".; laml'H. 87
cows and heifers. 84.23; canners, 84.20(0
4. in; calves, i (Mnv.uu; buns, slags, etc.,
84 iVtft 60.
HiS Receipts, l.coo bend; market
jti' lower: heavy, 8i.!V(l7.30; mixed. 8l;
light. fV7.Vfl"; bulk of sales. 81 75l8iHR.
SHEEP AND LAM LIS Receipts, l,tXQ
head; lambs, y.b4A W.
tnek In hlght.
Receipts of live stock at the five prin
cipal western markets yesterduy:
Cuttle, tings. (Sheep.
. I,iiln Live stock Market.
ST. I.oriS, Oct. 27. CATTLE- Receipts,
6.40i head: market sternly; native heef
teers 87 Mtu :f: yenrllng ctei-rs and
lu lfers $i M 1 10.W: cows, I'i.litiK i; stock
era and feeders, J'i.'i7 7 ,; southern steer.1,
85 2is.riO; cows nnd belters, 84.Xu.60; na
tive i-alves. 8'i 'VulLOr
HOOS- lu celpls, n.OOO hesd; mark, t
lower; plga and lights. 84.007 : mine I
anil butchers. ttf.9Kjf7.3-; good heavy, $;.ZS
SHEEP ANI) LAM 1:8 Rncelpta. .)
head; market higher; lambs, 8vMj 00;
sheep and swes, $o0O-uX.
g. Joseph l ive Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo , 0-t. 17. CATTLE
Receipts. I4ii loan; market slow and
.. 1 f0)
.. 7. o.
8 of I)
...r.lK) 4VO0 64. 1U)
g(. I.onl. tirala Market,
PT. I)VIS, Oct. 27.-WHEAT-N0. t
14-d 81 .tl'ul ?4; No. 2 hard 8106; Decem
ber! tr.eVfl'.X4c; May, 11.01.
CORN No. J. new, 6.'c; No. I whits,
old, Hoc; new, 6ic; December, oiVac; May.
J'oATS No. I, 8c; No. 2 white, nominal.
Liverpool ftrala Market.
LIVF.HPdOU Oct. 27. WHEAT Spot,
No. 2 Manitoba, Us 4'-d; No. 8. lis 3'd;
No. 2 hard winter, old, 12s 3Vid; No. 2
Chicago, new, Via 10d.
CORN Spot, La Plata. 7s 6d.
NEW YORK, Oct 27. SCO A R Raw.
steely; centrifugal, 4 2 c; in dnsses. 8 4 c:
refined, stesdy. Sugar futures oiiened
very quiet snd at noon prices were l(ul
points not higher on covering.
Minneapolis tirala Market.
uivNKlPhl.18 Oct t7 WHEAT Pi..
dull; steers, i.5i H 7o : cows and heifers, ! r.,nber. 86c; May. .; No. 1 hard, tl.00;
. s: h-d: market 19 1 northern, gitrc.
"iA.. x.m :FoT dhw,u turn -son4-h4
l end; market strong; lambs, JV(Mr8.7. furniture Into cash.
18 ST. I IS K7V IS 85 I 18 P.B 13 30 .
IS so 16 06 I 15 85 18 07 H 15 W
RfiSl 8381 IK I 8 4i--
i'i s vi'il s fiVii s viv i
... I I I. J.
Jan.. I 8 77 8
Oct.. 1 12HI
Jan..8 71H7,. I 8
A Asked. B Hid.
tHICAUO GHAIN AND PROVISIONS
Featnres of tka TradlngT and Closing;
Prices oa Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO. Oct, 27. Assertions that
two-thirds of the Canadian cabinet fa
vored the annulment of the duty on wheat
seemed to have much Influence toduy In
bringing about lower prices here. Tho
market finished nervous, M'l'lc down,
with Deormlier at fc'c and May at 11.014.
trl.Ol V Corn lost W!ic and oats o
to ",1ro. In provisions the outcome waa
unchanged to 20o higher.
For a half hour or mora at the start
It was a rapidly shifting struggle be
tween the bulls and besrs In wheat, but
during the rest of the day the bears had
almost entire control. Traders here did
not grasp at first the possible signifi
cance of an unusual display of strength
at Winnipeg. Later, the explanation
came that gossip pointed more and more
to the likelihood of Canadian government
action which would mean big shipments
to the United States free of duty. As an
Immediate result prices hare began to
break and the lowest figures of the ses
sion were current at about the time defi
nite advices wars received purporting to
show ths visws of a majority of the mem
bers of the Csnadlan cabinet.
Forecasts of enlarged receipts In tha
southwest next week did a good deal
to add to the discouragement of wheat
bulls and so did apparently unfounded
rumors that Italy had cancelled tha pur
chase of as much as lo.000.000 bushels.
Something of a rally ensued at the last
on evidence, that Italy today was a buyer.'
In the corn market, bearish predictions
regarding tho total yield for tha season
carried prices downgrade. Firmness of
cables hsd only a brief Influence and
war. anon nff..t hv fh. ac.lt.ii t
weather. Oats acted on the basla of sym
pathy with other grain. Trade was small.
Provisions rallied In consequence of
buying on the part of packers. The mar
ket earlier was depressed owing to de
clines In the price of hogs.
MBW YORK U8DI48C88AI. MARKET
taotatloas of tha Day Tarlaaa
NEW YORK. Oct. 27 FLOCR-Steady ;
spring patents, Ki.30x85.66; winter patents,
Ifl.S&yi 65; winter strsights, 85.1fru&36;
Kansas straights, 86.2WtC.50.
WHEAT-Spot market easy. No. 1
durum, 81.10-. f. o. h. New York; No. 1
northern, Duiuth, 8l.og; No. 1 northern.
Manitoba. 8I.04U. e. I. f . Buffalo. Future.
market weaker; December, l.fsl4,
CORN-Spot market easy; No. I yellow,
OAT-Spot market gteady: No. I white,
HAY-Market steady; prime, 8185: No.
1, ll.:Mil.3u; No. 8, $l.li(31.20, No. 8. ll.Oui
1.1": shipping, 804jK6c.
HOPS -y ii let : state, common to choice,
1816. 224jOc; 1014, Sj12c; Pacific coast, IM,
I34-I5c; 1H14, 11'tflSc.
HIDES Steady; Bogota. SOtJSlc; Central
LEATHER Firm: Hemlock firsts. X2iil
83 ; seconds. 810712c.
PROVISIONS-Po'k. steady: mess, $17.00
fil7 60; fsmlly. $2l.6o0CJ.o; spot market
clears, 8H.5oi20.60.. Beef, oulet; mess.
$18.Ual7 00; family, tlH.00ji 18.60. Lard,
wt-iilc m'ddle west, k xfi H Ho.
TALLOW-Steady; ilty, 71!) speolal. Ic;
BITTER Steady; receipts, 3.41J tubs;
creamery extras, i'-.iui-c; firsts, fiiHf
2X'.c: seconds, 2-H4i:.7c.
C.liil n -r li ill , m r,,i. n . ...rti . mrm , i ivan
gathered extras, fine, 873ko; extra firsts,
li.illec; firsts, Sail 34c; seconds, 27(fl2c.
CHEESE Firm: receipts, 6.247 boxes;
state, whole milk, flats, held specials,
15Vicl6c; state, whole milk, average
fancy, luVfcc; state, whole milk, fresh spe
cials, lDc: state, whole rnllk, average
PolJLTMY Dressed dull; western frssh
chickens. arrela, UH-ic- fresh fowls,
iced, 134il7c; frozen turkeys, li22o;
alive, priors unsettled.
Kansas 4 Hr Grain aad Provlaloas.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 27. WH EAT No.
3 hard li.oowi.tf: No. 3 red, ll.llijl.15;
December. tfeVac; May. 7Nc.
(MilN No 2 mixed. tVc; No. 2 white,
C4V'ile: December, f'1.c; May. 56T'.Sc
OATS-No. mhlte. iHvj37c; No. I
BUTTER Creamery. 2Sc: firsts, Wc;
seconds. 2fc; packing, lii'c.
KIK8S Firsts, 27c; seconds, 21c.
J'OL'LTRY Hens, UVxc; roosters, Se;
a soepar a. w-l IHA oa th. Naw Tort
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la.ua 4l THK OUU la T "V't- "
n,mt JoU Muu Ckv. 4U iwlwe. New
York City. .
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