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THE HKE; OMAHA. FIJI DAY, OCTOlUUi 1915.
I- ant. shell llnnm,
WEST FA n NAM
Furnished or unfurnished; aome of 7
11 j and 4.i. Doug-Ins or Col-
7 -room; all
FOR RENT Furn. dwelling,
mod.: must bo responsible.
WEST FAUN AM.
Furnished or unfurnished; home of 7
room. $4") and $45. Douglas 5t'U or Col
VEST FARNAM, near ohwl, 7-r.,
partly furnished, $,V Cull Harney 5134
NTCFX larse furnished room: all modern:
fine locution. 2208 Webster St. 1'hona
FURNISHED rooms for rent;
modern. S7 S. ISth St.
TIIH .MILLER HOI SE 2ir2 St. Mary's
Ave., excellent rooms by day or week;
In line location; handy to business dis
trict. lOUKIAS 4'IJ.
LARGE, airy room, beautif ully f mlthedV
for two ladles ntlcman or man ana
wife: excellent board. Har.ey 3731
FOR RENT Newlv furnished rooms, $3
to t'. 2?H Pong i as. Red 6551.
ed heat i rlv. f 'm. H.
NICELY furnished room; close In; all
modern. Ml S. gd St.
NICELY forn. shed room; close In; all
modern. Ml S. 22d bt.
SOUTH Two slnnle rooms for gentlemen;
private bath. 1026 Park Ave.
CAPITOL AVE., 1812 Steam heated rooms
with lavatories, suitable for two.
Fur. room and bath. 9031 U-nvenworth.
NICE, large room In private family, block
Vn-ih 9 At K m :r.o ir flnrlt 1 1 re
"7erred. Web. 4217.
ROOM In private apt.; no other roomers:
kitchen privileges; $.1.50 per week; half
hlk. south of 22d & Leavenworth. P. S447.
LARGE, modern room, newly furnished,
lis North 26th St. Harney SHK.
N EWLY furnished rm. near town. D. 8220.
PLEASANT, modern furnished room,
close In; quiet home. Doug. 7M9.
t nfnrnlshcd Honms.
DEWEY AVE.. 2609 Large unfurnished
front room: strictly modern. Red 6790.
ST. CLARE, 24th and Harney, one I and
one 4-r. apt. Harney 647.
Farnlshed Housekeeping- Rooms.
FARNAM 2822 Two nice housekeeping
rooms; electricity, steam.
Iloux k't-i'nK Rooms.
Ml DAVENPORT-TWO OR THREB
NICELY FURNISHED HKfO. RUUMS.
NEW KRICK FLAT.
1 or I nice rms., housekeeping. 1112 8. 11th.
St. Mary's Ave. 2M3. 2 rms. front rooms
CAUKOHMA, inin mod., nkp. rooms.
Houses Mutt Cultaac,
3512 GRAND AVE. 6 rooms and bath;
strictly modern: oak finish thoroughout;
tile bath; rent 822.50 per month.
G. W. OAKLOCH,
232 State Rank Bids. Phones Sunday,
Walnut 15X3; weekdays, Doug, 1818.
CHICAGO, 2X32 Neat four-room cottage,
6 ROOMS 115
. Fine 6-room St. Louis flats. In walking
, -Distance; modern; Shelby court, Z2d St. "
tr block south of Ieavenworth St., $15.
PETERS TRU8T COMPANY,
161.2 Farnam St. Doug. 8'W. o
FOR RENT 6-room cottage, modern ex
cept heat. 25ai Parker st
SBVEN rooms and bath, all modern. 2624
Manderson St. Phone V. 3206.
FOR COLORED PEOPLE.
5 and 5-rcom cottages, partly modern.
1840-1842 No. 22d St. Call D. 6790.
2127 Charles, $19. Phone
FOR RENT Beautiful modern resi
dence, 7 rooms and bath, rot wattr
heat. Larue enrage; at 3920 Florence
Blvd. Phone Colfax 3880.
WALKING distance, 26ai Dodge, 8-room,
modern, $2.'.; key, 2640; call Web. 4S75.
3110 CORBY 6-room house; not new, but
cleun paper and paint; good neighbor
hood; paved street; storm windows; elec
tric light; hath; gas; water paid; $13.50.
BY NOV. 1, to reliable party. 5-room, all
modern bouse; hot water heat. 21st and
Ames. Call Colfax 586.
6-R. MODERN' house, 822.50. Web. 2567.
2715 Ohio St.. 7 rooms, $17. Doug. 4479.
Fine 6-room St. Louis flats. In walking
distance; modern; Shelby court, 22d St. t
block south of Leavenworth St., $16.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
1622 Farnam St. Doug. 898. o
3-R. cot Use; mod. bttl 8. 31st H. i.925.
Hanscom Park Dist., nice 6-r. cottage,
mod, ex. heat. 1748 8. 2)th St. Doug. 916.
8-ROOM house and sleeping porch; Field
club district. 906 8. 85th Ave. H. 3824.
STRICTLY modern, 7-r., Hanscom Park,
cuimgp. pan uoors, ,. iei. Mar. t a.
J-K. rnoueii cottage. J. Te.. Har. 126.
I-ROOM, modern, 2969 Poppleton Ave.
MODERN 7-room house, 1619 Park Ave.,
135. Phone Harney 1566.
627 PARK AVE. 9-room mod home, $35;
garage extra. Carey Cleaning Co. H. 7307.
6ROOM cottage. Ill S. 28th St, $16. Water
LARGE 6-room house, beat vendition.
modern except heat $20 mo. &J3 8.
21st St. Harney 2705.
WEST FARNAM. $55.00.
8 rooms. 2 blocks to car, close to ea
thedral and Saunders school; immediate
posMcsslon. Call owner, Douglas iili;
event t:gs, Harney 61 34.
FIVE-ROOM cottage, modern
heat. 3210 Hamilton St.
7-r. mud, houce, .ol4 l.eveiior.h. VV. ,..
STRICTLY modern 6-room house, with
garage. .14 Ca.ia. phone Har. D231, after
( p. m.
$".18 JONES ST.i-rot.in mod., $.U 11. 12S5.
8-R. modern house, strictly modern; one
blk. west Creinhton col. $&. Tel. H. Mia.
IjUNDEK i-i ouiu liousi- near cur. lei.
D. 423 or Walnut .S317.
MODERN vtore near poutuilice; low rent.
G. P. btebolns, 16,0 Ciiicago St.
114 8. 2STH 7-r., all modern house, newly
papered and painted; close in; t-5.
2501 N. 69th Ave. -r.. all modern house,
fine lot, auto garage, $20.
RASP P.R09. DOUGLAS 165S.
lobe Van&S torage
Stores, nuvei., packs, ships; -Uurs van
and 2 men. 11.25 per hr. ; storage per
mo. Sall.Mta. i i.n suar. I). 4ils At Ty. 230.
1202 SEWARD. 5-r., oottago, water, gas,
toilet, corner lot. 615 N. 3"th.
FINE 7-room, modern house and garage,
$40. 2117 Lothrop St. Call Web 72'6.
bKNSON 6113 McKimty St., 6-r., electric
light, gas. city water, cistern, garden,
barn, $15. Tel. Walnut 2611.
MODERN 7-room house; barn; cood lo
cation; J2fi. 4148 Franklin. Walnut S"43.
F("lR colored teople. 5 and 6-rooni cot
tages, paitle lno.Iern. 1540 112 N. 22d
St. Call i'oug. F790
Phonti Dovfrlas 288 for complete list of
racant " hoimes and apartmetris: also for
atoraste. innuim. 1'tn ar.d Jackson S's,
Gordon Van Co.
t!9 N 11th SI
D 394 or Har. INT.
GOOD auto sales room on
Vsry lessoiiabte rEt. e'
MODERN 7-room houne; barn; good lo
catlon; $25. 434S Franklin Wa 1 nut 3u43
FEE t'.e inirnl Kurniturs Stores KKEE
ing. ratKxi.x. shipping
1711 Webster St
EVKN and five-room houses: modern'
watsing distance. Koimlas 45V.
OUS4'9 t reik'n bons tc Co., ttoo U,Jg.
- M 1
parts of the city.
Apartments, flats, house and cottages
can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
bfc "For Ren
HEAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
West Farnam and
Going on today and continues until all lots are sold.
There never was a better
Estate than tllP DreSOriL
Greater Omaha offers opportunities today that were.
fcurceiy u reamed ot a lew decades past.
Careful buyers are taking advantage of this sale. The lota
we are offering are within two miles of the center of Omaha,
they adjoin the best residence section, and are reached by the
three AVest Farnam Car lines.
, Farnam and Dundee Car on the South.
Farnam and 40th Car on the East.
Farnam and Cuming on the North.
Property located two and three miles further from the cen-
i ter of the city and without street improvements has sold for
more than our prices on these desirable lots.
They are Priced to Sell
$395 to $695
$5.00 DOWN. $3.00 PEJl MONTH.
LIBERAL DISCOUNT FO 11 CAS1I.
Don't forget, that they aro ready for building modern
homes. No waiting.
They are near the Saunders' School, ono of the best schools
They are best for the home.
They are best for an investment.
Never will lots be offered at such prices again in this dis
trict after this sale closes.
These are the last of about 250 lots developed by us in this
district during the past twelve months.
Come to our Addition Office today. 42d and California, or
phone Douglas 4233 and we will call for you.
SHULER & CARY
42d and California,
WANTED TO RKXT
MAN and wife will care for flat
for people leaving city- best of refer
ences. Address S 60, Bee.
ROOM and board wanted by man and
wife with private family west of Park
avenue. Address P 249. Bee.
WANTED TO BtTY
Wanted 1,000 tons scrap Iron In carload
lots. For prompt shipments out of north
and southwestern territory of Grand
Great Western Iron
& Metal Co.
Grand Island, Neb.
VTK pay Chicago prices tor aluminum
eerap castings. Paxton-Mltchsll Co. -a
WANTED Old second-hand automatic
meat sllcer. Peerless preferred: not par
tlcular about Ha condition. A. E. Gault,
PAY highest prices for Iron, brass work
ing machinery; buy complete shops,
factories, etc. MolUor, 216 8. Clinton.
OFFICE furniture bought and sold.
C Reed, im Farnam. Doug. 614u.
Strictly high grade piano Web. 3720.
Yale buys everything 2d hand Web. 4So4.
HIGHEST prices for old clothing. D. 4!i4.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONEY TO LOAN.
To people wishing to build
homes or business buildings
For complete Information con
cerning terms, etc., call on
BANKERS REALTY INVESTMENT CO.
Ground Floor Bee Bid.
Telephone Douglas 2926. o
$100 TO ll.uuu made promptly. V. I).
Wead, Wead Bdg.. 1Mb v Farnam fits.
CITY and larni loan. 6, sVs, per oent
J. H. Ituniont A Co.. 416 htate Bank.
"For Sale" ad will turn second-hand
furniture into cash.
Wi ANTED uod farm and city loans at
PKTICH8 TRUST CO.. 1622 Farnam.
C1TV property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas 22 Sts'e Bank Bldg.
OMAHA tioines. kjisl NebrasKa farms,
O'KEEFE REAL E STATU CO.
01 Omana National. Phone Douglas 271V.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City National Hank bldg.
i;c' CITY LOANS. C. U. CarlDer. XU
u U Brandeis Theater Bid.
ICEAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
IMPROVED 80-acre Irrigated farm in
South Central Idaho for sale or trade.
Address Y 119, Ree.
FOR EXCHANGE lo acres near Central
City, cheap land preferred. Box 94,
6-rooin cottage, Council Bluffs. 80 acres
Irrigated Colorado land; for lots or cut
tagea In Omalia. Colfax $B0.
11. S. 42D ST. 6-r ; all inotin. tor mod.
6-room cottage. Will sell.' Tel. II. 2704.
FARM A ItA.MII l.AU FOR g ALE.
Live Oak Coionn,., none better. W. T.
winitn 'o.. t. 14 i iiv hi. D. 281s.
FOR SALE OR LEASii-Any part of 4,000
acres near tUaeiowu, Saskatchewan. I
raised iM.iXtj tiushels of oats and Vu.000
bushels of I lax uu lajid il.m v....- p,u.
cheap and terms very easy. Frank Craw-
ipfu. uium, ieo.. or Kosetown. bask.
$500 CASH down and the balance on
easy terms buys lw acres of choice
farm land in Uiand Folks county; 14)
acres under crop each year, and the bal
ance in hay ineaduw, small dwelling
house on it. Wr.te 1'tter McGovern Lanu
Co., Florence, Wis.
FOR SALE 155-acrc larm. 3 miles from
Council Bluffs, on the Lincoln highway.
Address J. Haniiihul. R. 6, Box 74.
IF INTERESTED in farm land, don't
fall to call or send for my descriptive
list of real bsrgaln in laige or small
farms ne.tr the city; can show them in
few hours' time; they are bargains no
one can duplicate, laim, location and price
considered. Fled M' I.I. 5U Cap.tai Buuk
bulliiii K. M. Paul. Minn.
3U0 ACHES. $76 AN ACRE.
Improved Mock farm in Clay county.
HV acres in corn, So acre In alfulfa, 20
acres in wheat. Good buildings. Uuiiulus
water. Sacrifice prl' e.
PAYNE I N KSTM ENT CO.,
Omaha Nat. Pk. IM. Omaha.
KEAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
time to invest in Omaha Real
204 State Bank Bldg.
West Farnam Home
For $1,200 Cash
Balance to Suit
88th Ave. and Cass, east front lot, 60xlflO
to alley; close to cathedral and Saunders
Four rooms down; 8 bedrooms and
bath upstairs, with plenty of closets; oak
and mahogany finish; full basement,
with sink and drain.
Owner leaving city and muBt sell at
Phone Owner, Douglas 2716; after 8 p.
m., call Harney 5134.
FARM RANCH L.NU FOR SALE
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, f00-acre ranch
In Boyd county, Nub.; nearly all fenced;
two sots of buildings; 200 sores under cul
tivation; 60 acres of alfalta; plenty of
good water; excellent grass; no sand;
some timber. Address John Stenronsky,
Wagner, 8. D.
I'PPER WISCONSIN Best dairy and
general crop state In the union; settler
wanted; lands for sal at low prices on
easy terms. Ask for booklet 34 on Wiscon
sin Central Lnd Grant Excellent? land
for slock raising. If Interested In fruit
lands ask for booklet on apple orchard
Address Land and Industrial Depart, gv
Line Hallway. Minneapolis Minn
FOR SALE 80-acre Improved farm, good
frame buildings, all stock, horses, hogs,
machinery and crops; fine location. 2S4
miles from Grand Rapids, county seat;
40 rods to school; all for only $6,500, halt
cash. L. Gross, Grand Rapids, Wis.,
SNAP SO acres Wyoming, Irrigated, part
cultivated; terms. Jim Wray. Sioux City.
HAVE) TOD" A FARM FOR 8ALBT
VUrlte a good description of your land
and send It to the Sioux Cltr. ! Journal,
"Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad Me
dium." Twenty-five words every Friday
evenmg, Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and Suaday morning
far one month, giving sixteen ads on
twelve different days for $2; or 60 words.
$4. or 75 words, $4.
Largest circulation of any Iowa inswa
ps per, 2iiO.0UV readers dally In four great
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
LOOK AT THESE BUNGALOWS.
No. 3018 and 3024 Lafayette Ave., I and
6 rooms, with beamed celings, paneled
walls, fireplace, bookcases, buffet, china
closet, lighting fixtures, plumbing, heat
ing; yard sodded, south front; oak and
white enamel finish; close in; Just east
of Bemls Park, in Montclair. Call owner
and builder for prices and terms.
A. H. OLM STEAD,
Phone Web. 3620.
8jd and Fort. lot. $200. Walnut 80M.
2-ROOM house, price $4j; terms, )
cash, balance $5 per month; act quickly.
Phone" DoukIhs 2596.
CHOICE COTTAGE, $2,150.
Near S7th and Ames, 6 rooms, all mod
ern. Must be sold. For terms aee
W. T. GRAHAM, BKK BLDO.
OWNER will sacrifice l-r., strictly mod
ern house, with lark'e s eeplng room, ouk
floors, woodwork nicely decorated. Terms.
Phone Webster 1127.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
I want to sell my
modern in every
detail, built for me
by day labor un
der my personal
The parlor and d.nlng room la finished
In oak, with oak floors. It Is a lovely '
rome, dui i must eui, even at a sacriflo.
It Is I cated just a trifle southwest of
Hanscom Park, where there are no ten
ants, but where all my neighbor own
their own homes. My price is $3,(X; 1
though I must sell and will not consider i
renting, 1 do not rare for all cash. If '
you tave a good crfdlt standing and
steady employment, I will give .most ex
Addreas B 3'i0, Omaha Bee.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
All Grains Sell at Lower Prices, with
Wheat Tallin? Off from One
to Two Cents.
CORN, OATS AND RYE WEAKEN
OMAHA, October V'l.V
All cereals on the list sell at lower
v heat takes the Hftccst drop. No 2 r.nil
No. S hard wheat sold l'o.c lower sod
the. lower KTOdce st unclianaed pi loes.
Corn was next, selllni; ulc lower. 'I be
receipts of corn continue ll;ht mil there
was only a fair demand lor this raln
Oats were quoted unchanged to So
Rye was lc lower.
t'learanci of wheat and flour were
riiual t 55.i.onii b..be;s; coin, 6.CUO bu!i
ela; oats, 47I.O-0 bushels.
Liverpool rhfe: Wheat unchanged;
corn, tinchaiiRid to VI up.
! I'llmary wheat receipts were S 1'!7 0X
i bushels and shipments 1 :W!,in busheltx
against receipts of 1.7'4.ii bushels ami
shipments of 1 o.O-O bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 4.iiH) bush
els and shipments IvT.nii bushels, nuauist
receipts of ,ts7 ti bushels and shipments
of I ;. bushels Inst year.
Primary ca s rece.i ta wer 1.J49.0JO boa i-
els and shipments no;1.i"0 nushe s, mainK
receipts of 9'-'i.0iX bushels aid shipments
of SOl.tMX) bushels last venr.
Chlcaso K' 101 1"0
Omaha 94 M 4ii
I Kansas City 21
St. I,oui t-vs 42 41
W innipeg l.Rf9
Sales reported today: Wheat No. 2
hard winter: 1 car, IMVse. No. 3 hard
winter: 1 car. 9c; 1 cht, 93c: S cars 9.c;
1 car. 91Ho; 6 curs. Sic; 4 cars, ee; 1 car.
S9e; i cars, SV. No. sptlug: 1 cur,
8Sc. No. 4 mixed: 1 cnr. 92lac No. 2 du
rum: I car, 92c. No. 3 durum: 1 car,
91Vc; 1 csr. Pic. No. 4 durum: ar.
Sic. No. 3 velvet chaff: l car, 94 c
Corn No. 2 white: cats. 5'ic. No. 3
white: 1 car, 59c. No. 5 white: 1 car,
HV. No. 1 yellow: 1 car. 61e. No. 2
rellow: 7 cars. oOWc; H car. wV- No.
yellow: 3 cars. 6Hi,c. No. R yellow: 1
car. 60c. No. 1 mixed: 1 cnr. SWo; 2 enrs,
5'"c: car, 590. No. 3 mixed: 2 cars,
69vc; 1 car, 6e. No. ( mixed: 1 car,
(.NSC, Oats No. 3 white: 19 cars. 3t,c.
No. 1 while: 1 car, 33c; 3 care 3 o.
Sample: 2 cars, 32e; 1 car, 31c. Rye
No. 8: 1 csr, 4H-; 1 car, Wc; 1 car. ia.
No. 4: t cars, 91V-
t)maha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 tur
key, $1.00Vin.01; No. 8 turkey, WcMl.oO;
No. 2 hard. 95!iV91o: No. 3 hard. 2.i
94Hc; No. 4 hard. S9liPfc; No. 2 spring,
92m-tMSo; No. 3 spring. 9nWnOtc ; No. 2
durum, lVv"il2o: No. durum, 911i01"c
Corn: No. 2 white. 6!"tW'c; No. 3 white,
6Skii69c; No. 4 white, 6Ki4n)ip; No. 6
white. miXKc: No. white, 57Wrfl14c:
No. 2 yellow, fiiKJimiViP; No. 3 yellow, tMtf
0Hc; No. 4 yellow, W'ni-Wo; No. 6 yel
low, 69V,fiVV; No. vellow, 5riW4c; No.
2 mixed. SO-riCOSe- No. 3 mixed. 6S'ii
6!4e; No. 4 mixed, 6S'(ii'.'K: No. 5 mixed.
6Kii68c; No. 6 mixed. 67,rw4e. Oats:
No. 2 white, S4'ii'30c; atnndard, 34'tf
844e; No. 3 white, M( No. 4
white. aKU83ie. Barley: Malting. 60ir54c;
No. 1 feed, 4W4SC Uye: No. 2, 94'(il
96V4y: No. , SolMc.
Chicago closing prices, furnished Thn
Ree by Logan Bryan, stock and grain
brokers. 815 South Sixteenth street:
I Hlgh.l Iow. I Close Yes'y.
1 V Wtijt OoHH 90'x
1 02S 101 1 02'4A 1 01 Vi
68 67'67"i 5v,
69H 69 69-4A 69H
8!4 38 4KHV4A 38W4
3&id S9 39HA 3S"
14 124 13 60 14 12V- 13 6ft
16 66 16 96 16 46 16 074
8 72H 8 70 tlW, 8 66
10 8 90 1 06 8 97H
80 9ft SO 26
06 7 3 87H 02H 8 96
CIIICAGO GRAI1 AND PROVISIONS
Fes tares of the Tradlngr and Closing
Prices oa Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Oct. 28 Something of a re
vival of export business In domestic win
ter grades carried the wheat market up
ward today after an early decline. The
close was firm, kifirO to net
higher, with December at HWjlc and
May at lH4e. Corn finished VifU-tno off
to 0 up, oats unchanged to Mo higher
and provisions with gain varying from
Buying of winter wheat today on for
eign account had a decided bullish ef
fect, as the Buropean demand of late has
been exclusively for the spring crop and
almost altogether confined to shipment
from Canada. It was specifically ad
mitted that 100.000 bushels of No. 2 hard
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
27th & Howard
We have two strictly modem, well
built houses located In the above men
tioned district, on a big lot. The houses
are In good condition and are rented and
bring In good revenues. Thev are located
In a direct line with the growth of the
city and about seven mlnuten' walk from
16th and Farnam. This will make you
an elegant Investment as the owner
wants to close them out st once. For
more detailed description, call
230 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Douglas 498.
REAL ESTATE SURCRBAN
Biggest Bargain in
Dandy I-riom modern house, practically
new and In excellent condition. Central
stairway arrangement, with large living
room, brick fireplace, dining room,
kitchen and den, all on the first floor; 3
nice bedroom and enclosed sleeping
porch on the second floor, oak flours
and hardwood finish throughout, house
decorated throughout last spring. The
construction, arrangement, finish and lo
cation are all good, and the price is low
at $4,760. Must sell at once at this low
figure, and we suggest you Investigate
Glover & Spain
Dougla 3962. 9'9 City National.
ONE of the fineat Iota In Dundee. DougT
H. II. HARPER & CO..
1015 City Nat.' Bank Bldg. Doug.
FINE NEW AND MODERN COUNTRY
Only 4 blocks from street car In Coun
cil illuffa, new, up-to-date (-room houae
and an acre of grapes. Only U.JjO. Will
take Omaha house.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
6th Floor Omaha Nst. Bank Bldg.
KEAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
T7TB ART OF SELLING FOR CASH
Ttiia little brochure expluins fully how
ws (an sell your real estate or business
for cash, no matter where located We
mean It. Writs today describing what
you have to sell, buy or exchange, and
leoehe this txxjklct fre. P. F IOOs)
Co., 43 W. Wal.iut St., lie Mulnes. Is, it
was tskrn at Omsh today for ocean
transfer by way of the Gulf of Mexico.
The fact liml n sharp upturn in demand
stetling was announced st about the same
time gave further encouragement to the
bulls. During the first half of the ses
Sion. however, the wheat market her
was for the most part under berlh con
t ban ses In the French cabinet formed
the chief cause of the early weakness In
wheal. The displacement of Premier
! lanl svemcd to Impress many tiaders
ns having some connection with possinle
tllicusston of pence terms Talk of re
moval of the Canadian export duty con
tinued alxo to act temioiarlly as a weUht
on l.e market, and so. too. did the fa
vorable wratber In the northwest and too
attendant big receipts.
Ideal neat her Knve nn advantage to the
tear In corn. Assertions though, that n
little export business was being done
tended afterward to rally the mntkri
somewhat. Outs held within a naT-""
range. The effect of the easy tone l
corn wns offset by reports of a good de
mand for oals nl the seaboard.
Buying ascribed mainly to packers
brought about n sharp upturn in ro-
li-lons. Nome specilatcr Invest' d sr h"
rhnnce thnt European devclopim was
fnvotnble to a linger trade
lU'T'l Kit Higher; crenmery. 2nrIR-.
FOGS-Steady ; r-celpts, 2.(MX cases;
fli-sts. 26' - 27c ; ordinary firsts, 26Vli26c;
at mark, cases included. 2o'u'lx
I'OTATOl S Lower; receipts, 60 cars;
Wisconsin wh'tes. 4ti4c; Minnesota ann
Dakntn whites. 4i'i-.'-c; Minnesota and
Dakota Ohio. 4f-1i4sc,
POl'l.TRY Alive, higher; fowls, 12
12V: sprtnus, l.t'ic
$1.02 .it. 4; No. S hard 9 If c.
COKN-No, 2 yellow. -4 1 c'llft"1: No. 4
Cash prices: WHKT -No. 2 red. $1.0H
KM 1": No 3 red. $l.04(ii.07t; No. 2 hard.
OATS No. 3 white, 3iVtP36c; standards,
11VF-Nn, J $1 0lvfl1.03.
MA RLKY .ViMl2c.
SKKD-Tbrothv. $6.oO(fr7.76. Clover.
I'KOVISIONS Pork. $14.00. Lard, $ 76.
Ribs, $9.1".' 10.26.
KW YORK 6K-IICH4I, MARKET
quotations of the Day ea Varloas
NJ-7W YORK. tvt. 2. FLOUR Barely
stendv: spr.ng Patents. $6.!trii6.66: winter
patents, $0.3t in5 ; winter straights, $5.10
VHHLT-Spot market firm; No. 1
durum, $1 12V. f. o. h. New York; No. 1
northern. Duhith. II WW and No. 1 north
ern, Manitoba, $1.04, c. I. f. Buffalo. Fu
tures martiet steady; iecmrer, si.uiw.
CORN Spot market easy; Mo. i ye I To
OATi Spot market steady; No. I white,
r.A I pivuri til ill, i'iiiiiv, ,w v.
$1.2U'l 80; No. 2, I1.15&1.20; No. 3, $LU
HOPS Steady; state, common to choirs,
1915, 22tc; 1914, KuUc; Pacific coast, 1915.
I.ii0l5c, 1914. llijfno.
HIDES Steady ; Bogota, 3fJeie ; Central
LEATHER Firm; Hemlock firsts, 32J
SSc; seconds, 31(if02c.
! PROVISIONS Pork, steady: mess. $17.00
Uil7 60; family, $21.5otK;i.ol; spot market
, clears, $l8.60ni20.50.. Reef, quiet; mess,
I $16.50W17.00; family, $18.00tni9.60. Lard,
Iweuk; middle wost. $S.H.H.tW.
BUTTKlt Barely steady; receipt. 9,629
tubs; creamery extras. mi830o; first,
27Vn2SSc; seconds, 24W270.
i'GGS Firm; receipts, i.s.O rases; fresh
gathered, extra fine, 87fi3Sc; extra firsts,
Kr'fic'. tlrsm, SO'(i;i4c; second. 27"ir29o.
CHEESE Firm; receipts, 2.27 boxes;
state whole milk, flats, livid specials, K-
fiibic; average fancy, 15Hc; fresh specials,
lo4c: average tanry, 164o.
l'OULTRY Alive, weak; western chick
ens, Uc; fowls. I.ttfl4'tc; turkeys, 1S4P
20c; dressed, dun; western rresn onieaens,
bbls., 14fi'2.'.c; fresh fowls. Iced, lSiifno;
froxen turkeys, lf(f22Vio.
OMAHA GBMEHAL MARKET.
mtti .ny tr.M. afthifw.. KnrB
16V817o; spring, ioo; roosters. 80; tur
keys, 18c; ducks, 10c; geese, full feather
ed, sc: squabs, i.CpOHj3.uu per aosen.
FISH Halibut, lie: salmon red, 12He;
salmon pink, 9c; catfish, loo; bull heads,
14c; lake trout. 16c; pike, 15c; whltsflsh,
16c: cronDles. 18c: DlckaraL 10c.
BEEF CUTS No. 1 ribs. MPo; No. 2
ribs, lHo; No. 8 ribs, 12 o; No. 1 loins,
21Hc- No. I loins, lo; No. I loin, 14u;
No. 1 chuck. 10c: No. t chuck. Vo: No.
8 chuck, 9c; No, 1 round, 14Ho; No. I
rounds, 14c: no. 3 rounds, 130: mo. 1 pistes,
10'mo: No. 2 nlatea. 4c: No. I plates. 8H0.
CHEESK Imported Swiss, 42c; Amer
ican Swiss, SHc: block Swiss, 22c; twins,
17We; daisies, 17Hc; triplet. ITfic; Young
'America, 190: blue laoei Dries., iso,
llmhuraer. 2-lb.. 20o: New York white.
i 18l4c; Imported French Roquefort, 46o.
Fruit and vegetable price furnished by
UlllnsKl l-TUlt CO..
FRUITS Oranges, California Valencia.
2ASs and S24s. $660 box; 126s and 150s, 36.00
box; K6s. 20US, 216s. 260 and 860s. $6.00 box.
lemons, extra fancy Golden Bowl, 8U0a,
$5.00 box; 'i"s, $4 60 box: extra fancy Bun
klst 300 and 860s, $4 60 box: Red Ball.
$4.00 box. Grapefruit, 86, 46s, 64s and
80s, $6.60 box. Peaches, Colorado El
bertas, 65a crate; California Salway. 860
rrate. Pears. Michigan Kelfera, $1.16 box;
Winter Nellls, $2.26 box: Buerre Clargues,
$2.60 box. Grspes, Tokays, $1.36 orate;
Michigan and New York grapes, 23o bas
ket. Apples, Idaho fancy Jonathans, $1.60
box; extra fancy, $1.76 box; Washington
Jonathans, fancy, $1.76 box; Jonathans,
bhl., $3.60; Pewaukees. Willow Twigs,
Huntsman. $3.00 bbl.; Illinois Ben Davis.
$2.76 bbl. Bananas, medium fruit, $2.00
to $2.26 bunch; Changulnola and Port
Lima, Jumbo, 4c lb.
VEGETABLES Cabbage. IVtc lb.; head
lettuce, do., $1.00; leaf lettuce, 40c; celery.
Jumbo, 75c; wester, 76c; Michigan, 35c;
onions, Washington red. 2o lb.; yellow,
lo lb.; tomatoes. California, 31.60 box;
peppers, basket, 6fc; parsley, do., $5o;
rutabagas, lb., lV4o; cauliflower, lb., 10c;
wax and green bean, basket, $1.00; Span
ish onions, $1.50 crate, l'otatoes, Colorado
white stock, bu., 60c: Ohlos, 65c. Bweet
potatoea, damper, $1 HO; Jersey, bbl.,
$4 50; Virginias, bbl., $260.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1, lb., 16c; Braalla,
12--4C; filbert, 16c; pecan, 12Vc; almonds.
Nonpareils, lb., 19c; Drakes. 14c; lXL's,
17c; Ne Phis Ultras, 16c; 1 juiguidocs, lc.
Peanuts, No. 1 raw, lb., c; roasted. &;
sailed, can, $1.16; Jumbo, raw, 7o; roasted,
FIGS Box. 800.
MIWELLANKOT'S Crackerjack, case,
$3.60; half case, $1.76. Dates, dromedary,
box, $2.76; sugsr walnut dates, $1.60.
Honey, case. $3.75. Oocoanuts, bag, $4 60.
CorniMips, case, $3.26; half case. $1.66;
popcorn, 40 1-lb. pk., case, $2.50. Airline,
Kansas City Grata aad Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Oct, It-WIIEAT-No.
2 hard. $1.0X0-1 07: No 7 red. $1.1431.1.
December, 9.V,iiift9Cc; May, 98c.
CORN No. 2 mixed. 81'nMc; No. 2 white,
flo'VCile; December, 63Sc; May, 66S'w
OATS-No. 2 white. tfi'iVlc; No. I
! mixed. St'35c.
BUTTER Creamery, Wc; firsts, 2BCJ
seconds, :5c; packing, 19Wc
EGGS Firsts. 27c; seconds, tin.
POULTRY Hen. HVic; rooster. 8c;
Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 28.-.W1IEAT
Jiecemlier, 96V: May. Vr; No. 1 hard,
$l.iV No. 1 northern. 97VaWo.
PARLEY 51 ii07c.
CORN No. 2 yellow. sTifMWe.
OATS-No. 3 while. M ft 34 Wo,
St. T.i.uls ;raln Market.
ST T11'1. Oct. '28 WH FAT No. I
red. 1.12.-'M.IJ: No. 2 hard. $1.04; lr.cein
ber I! y : Hay. $1.02'.i.
CORN No. 2 new. 6i'ic; No. 2 wh'te.
new. 2c; December. 66iic; May, 67'' J
OATS-No. 2, 3HtJ37c; No. I white,
I Ivrnioo Grnln Market,
LIVFRI'OOL. Oct. 28. WIIKAT-Hpot
No. 2 Manitoba, lis 4Ud; No. 3. Us 8'itd
No. 2 hard winter, old. 12 S'-1; No. i,
Chiciico new. lis 2d.
CoKN-Snot La Plata, 7 6'4d.
f of fee Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 28 COFFER Fu
tun s market was more active today than
tit any nine previously since me heiln
I' In k of the war and there was a furl her
Ktc.ro advance In piles nn a broadening
coir'.inlsalon hooee demand. The market !
opened at an advance of 4 to 7 points and
gained strength during the dav. March
contracts sold up to 64c. with May
touching 6 9.; In the late trading. Hales,;
. nn.iiii iiikh. ui'T'nirr . niv , TNOVernner,
I 6sic; December. 8.81c; January. 3lc; Feb-!
I ruary, 81c; March 8 82c. April, 8.97c;
I Mav, 6V2c; Juiiu. 6.97c; July, 702c; Au-I
I s ist, T.tste; Pepieniber, 7 11c. Spot market
firm; Rio 7s. IV; Santos 4a. ',c. iilo
; exchange on London was l-32d lower and!
; the Rio market was unchanu-ed, but Ban-'
ton was l" rels hlghur. Victoria cleared
13uuo bags for New York and Santos 42.0J
I.uks for New Orleans and 4.OU0 bags fori
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Cattle Efceipt$ Liberal and Prices
Oenerallj Stead Sheep Steady
H00S FIFTEEN TO TWENTY OFF
OMAHA. Oectober . 11V
Receipts were: Cattle. Hog. Sheep
O'flc'al Minday Is s4 2.-I. ..lll
Official Tues lny lfl . f.il '4 4 4
Official Wednesday. ... 4 l." lH,.tl
Estimate Thursday.... 4.700 $.100 17.M0
Four days' totals n
Same day last week. .;e;.2vS
Same 2 weeks ago 50 ;"8
bams 3 weeks eg, S..2I
t-nnie 4 weeks ego ,t i)
Same days last year...i.0.i6
The followlns table slows
Of CSttle. hntl n,t ati..Mr. m t ih flffllhll
live stock msikec for tie year to date, a
,u,"ru wnn last year:
r,"ule 9 3 5.0
The following table snow the average
I rices of hos Bt the omana live stock
market for the last few days, with com
ps rise ns :
1914 1913. j 1SH.I lull 1910.
I S OU IWil ail 23: 7 7
5 I 8k, 3 241 $ 411 1 70
k 36i 7 34. 8 10
27 $ '
3 341 7 351 8 01 8 V
1 37 8 j;
l My 7 24 7 tol
s 3 T I6 T 92 8 77
" i i e; I m i .4
A 31, 8
3 K I 7 Wj I U 81 8 W J 37
N I 7 el' 8 ,1 871 r.p 7 8
7 811-4. 94 7 75 I $ 80 8 37 i 7 41
7 29 I 8 M T 2 8 83' $ 81 J 61
7 24 H 941 7 6 8 4 I 8 44, t 51
I 29Si I 0J 7 U 8 38 85, IU
i k si I U h 4it I w I oo '
7 X 7 S7j 46 3 84. 3 47 7 M
7 5.1'i 7 01 I 8 34' 191 8 i 7 5
7 II".: 8 Wl 7 6O1 I $ 19i 9 96i 7 64
yci. w. 1 hs j ai; t y 1 iw a u i 1 tti
Receipt and disposition of live aiork
at the I nion clock yards, Omaha, for
twenty-four hour oi.d.ng at 3 o Cock
C, M. 8U P 3 .. U
Missouri Paclflo .... 1
Luton Paclilo 87 14 9 4
C. & N. W east... 3 3 .. 2
C. 4i N. W., west... 18 16 13 1
C, fit P., M. O . 3 1 .. 2
C, B. A y., east... $ 2 1
C, B. 4k U . west... 34 t 1
C, 1C 1. si P.. east. 6 $ I
Illinois Central t 1 .. ..
Chicago U. W 33
Total receipts ...180 46 a 10
DI8POS1T10N-H BA D.
Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
Morris A Co 450 4vl 819
Swift St Co 4 617 8H6
Cud shy Packing Co.... KS." LIM 1.2,-1
Armour Co 441 $ti 1,468
J. W. Murphy 276
Lincoln Packing Co....
So. Omaha Packing Co. 31
Sheridan Meal Co 276
Benton. Vansant at L.. 196
F. B. 1-ewls 94
Huston Co 13
J. B. Root Co 124
J. 11. Bulla 23
K F. Hub 90
Rosenatock Mro 44
S. G. Kellogg 19
Werthelmer & Degen... 348
H. F. Hamilton 83
Sullivan Bro 16
Holhschlld t Krebs.... 46
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co.... 154
Baker, Jonea & Smith.. 48
Tanner Bros 18
John Harvey .. 157
Dennis A Francis 117
Olher buyer ,, 844 7.M
CAT'lLl-Recelpte were fair for a
Thursday and the total for the four days
foots up 89,200 head, about 8,0iy head
larger than last week and 19,0.10 head
larger than a year ago. The market as a
whole was In a good healthy condition
from start to finish.
Beef steer were In demand and the big
end of the receipt sold early In the
morning at price that were fully stesdy
with yesterday. Thar wsre several
bunohes of oornfed good enough to
Good feeder commanded about steady
prices, but there waa a lot of medium to
common kind that were alow and hard
to move, buyer not aeemlng to want that
kind. Speculator had a good many cattle
on hand and they were holding baok a
little, so that outsid of some of th moat
desirable kind th trad had a alow and
Quotations on cattle! Prim cornfed
beeve. $9.754il0.00: good to choice fed
yearling $9.ii(fjn-.76; fair to good fed year
ling, $x,5oi,uo; common to fair fed year
lings. $6.00-0-9 60; good to choir heavy
beeve, 39.otty9.il; fair to good cornfed
beeve, $8.8-ye.0O; common to fair corn
fed beeve, $4,764(8.30; prim grsss beeves,
fLOiM-fl 80; good to choloe grass beeves,
$7.60.00; fair to good grass beeves, $6.75
tn 60; commcn to fair grass beeves. 86.60
H6.76; good to choice grass heifers, $6. OoM
7.00; good to oholce grass cows. $5.7f6.2);
fair to good cows, l50oiur6.76; common to
fair cows, MTMPiOu; prima feed
ing steers, $s.ij60; good to choice
feeder. 37.4trys.0O; fair to good
feeders. 16 Xa7.4o: common to fair feed.
era. t6.76g6 SO; good to choice stockers,
$7.6Of-.00; fslr to good stockers, $6.754JfI.60;
common to fair stockers, M60a6. 75; stock
heifer, $6. 7542.76; stoik cow. $4.76fi6 00;
stock calvea .60fl 00; veal calves, $7.0u-
19.00; bulls, stags. to.. $4 S5fJ6.26.
STEERS AND HEIFBKS.
Na Av. PT.
M 13 9 M
01 feeders.. Trig 8 76 4 calve... 488 60
26 feeder.. 697 7 36 42 feeder.. 709 7 76
10 cow 770 6 36 I heifer.. . 860 26
4 cow 977 6 40
37 feeder. .1230 7 26 16 teer....U40 7 30
4 steers.... 8W 7 76
HOGS Receipts were larger than on
any previous dsy of th week, but at
that were very moderate, about forty
seven cars, or 3,100 head making up the
day' arrivals Supplies for tn four
days foot up 9.630 hesd. being 7.000
smaller than last week, 6,0u0 lighter than
two weeks ago. and a falling off of
nearly 4,ouO as compared with the earn
day last year.
Shippers were more active thl morning,
and while they did not buy many on
first rounds, their later purchases were
fairly heavy. Tops reached $7.10, but
most of their hugs cost $7 and leas.
Shipper trade waa close to a quarter
Packer' opening bid were largely 26o
lower than Wednesday's average trade,
and they succeeded In tuylng some hogs
this way, but most sellers refused to out
loose and asked nearly steady prioe.
Cjulte a few sales were mads early at
fH7ry4 90. but moat of the later pur
chases landed at $6 90-37.00. Bulk of all
the hogs was quotable at $6(slT.00. Cur
rent values are around SMNOc lower than
at the close of laat week, when 37 sstf
7. 86 bought the bulk of the hogs offered.
wun tne top at 37.40. Today is the first
tlms since September 23, over a month
ago, that the average cost has been un
At. h. Tr.
11 t 71
j e in
21 M 4 BO
ltd 140 sr.
.IM 10 4 is
' ... 4 sr.
lot I K)
3'i ... T 1
Av. gh. Pr.
....IW 140 4 0
... im ... 4 ar
...,vt im in
...ill so Tog
...i 11 1 06
....xwi io t 10
34 148 ... 8 SB 13 Ill ... I s
SHEEP There waa a fsJrlv vnl
sht-ep and lamb run on hand tills morn- i
Ing. receipts being slightly luiger than'
on the lust two Thursday's. A total of'
sixty-seven oars, or 17, 5. w head, showed!
up, more than were reported at the. five
other western points combined. The total 1
for the week to date Is 96.421 head, being
17.000 short of Isst week, and -dUOo
smaller than two weeks ago, 4.ut about
1.0ii heavier than lust year. Supplies the
last four days have been the smallest
received here In over two months.
Fat ahep and lambs made up a Very
small proportion of the total supply, but
despite the deficiency In supplies pack
ers started a bear move, and early bids
were around 15c lower than Wednesday,
or Just about stesdy with Tuesday.
Nothing was done until well along to
wards noon, but In the end the scanty
lamb offerings were cleaned up at pi Ices
that, while tiiey showed a weaker tone,
were really not much different from
Wednesday. Heavy lambs, the sort that
sold around $8.90 yesterday, brought $9.75.
A rut of one of Tuasday'a bunches was
Included In today's $H.75 sales. Old mut
tons, while in extiemcly light supply,
f1nxl!y a M at about the Mm sort of
prices thnt f irlt. rs rffeved for them
tiriy. l est hem fnllid to bent $.".50.
In the feeder trn te u was a fully
stesdv deal rUht from the stsrt. al
though movement was not ns active si
might have hern expected. For the thlrt
time In three days top .11 feeding Iambi
Stood at $X..ri. Bulk o' the good to chole
feeders Is movlns at 3i 40 it ."., with fall
to poorer stuff on down. YearllnR of a
pretty good class went to a feeder buyer
at $7.10. and lops nre still .niotahle as
high st $7.15, which price was paid earlier
In the week. A few 'eedln ewes sold
around $6 Pupvlv r f bre. d'ng ewes ha
moderated a good bit, but so has the de
mand, and wl lie the f-w that Vinw tip
are finding an outlet, the Is off the trade.
One bunch of fairly (rood mouthed stuff
Sold today st $'.6 and $f..75 stopped good
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
good to choice, $ "F.ff'.HS; lamhs, fair to
good. $8iUVdH75; lamha, feeders $7.7
$ff; yearling, fair to choice, $llrvs.76;
yearlliiRs, fee.'ers, J6on-.f6 75; yearlinxs,
feeders, $.0(r7.15; wethers, fair to choice,
$5 5mi6.ni-, ewes, good to choice $5.I"9
6.50; ewrs. fair to good, $4 75T6.25; ewe,
feeders, $4. 5005 60
R pi vat utativ sales:
No. Av. rr.
741 Wyoming ewep 110 ( 68
261 Wyoming feeder ewe 103 8 16
16 feeder lambs 68 T 60
91 Wyoming feeder lamb.... 61 8 26
TTvl Idaho lamb 77 $ 90
1. i fed lamb 79 8 76
701 Wyoming lamb 86 8 80
If Idaho breeding ewes 110 $ 75
84 Idaho fef der lambs 6.1 8 Oft
13 Idaho ewes 137 8 6ft
5 fed lamhs 90 8 75
IW yomlng ewes 108 6 86
.ITS Wyoming feeder lambs.... 66 8 60
173". V yomlng Inmh 69 I 90
Wvorr-.tng fertVr ewes 96 6 26
' 1 Wyoming cull ewes 80 4 80
1 2ix'i Wyoming fed ewe 84 8 26
! 7- Wyoming fed ewes 84 $20
177 Wynmlnjt ewes 96 8 86
r7l Montana feeder lamb el 8 60
, IIS Montana feeder Inmh 62 8 60
, 6t Montana feeder lamb S3 M
?10 Wyoming ferdr lambs 66 $66
21 Wyoming feeder lamb M 9 66
2M Wyoming feeder lambs..., 63 8 80
540 Wyvmtng feeder lambs.... 63 8 66
!) Wyoming feeder lambs ... M g go
2"1 Wyoming lambs 86 8 80
198 Wyoming lambs 66 8 9ft
0 Wyoming lambs 66 8 90
10 Wyoming breeder ewes.... 84 8 75
V Wyoming breeder ewes... 100 I so'
640 8 D. feeder lamb 63 8 66
CHICAGO LIVES STOCK MARKET
Demand for Cattle gteady Host
Weak keep Vnsettled.
CHICAGO, Oct. 2"t.CATTLF Re
ceipts, 8,nno head; market, steady; na
tive beef steers, $5.90nri0 60; western
teer. $6.60 90; cows and heifer. 83.8o-di
826; calves. $7,26411.110.
HOGS Receipts, 18.000 head; market,
weak, liVi15o lower: 4iutk, $6,557 30;
light. $.Nif7.40; mixed. $6,4047.86; rough,
$6.2K).75: pigs, $3.6067.00.
BHBEP AND LAM RS Receipts, 14.000
hesd: market, unsettled; wethers, $6,000
8.66; ewes, $.l7fxii.H6; lambs, $6.7"(S9.00.
Kanaa City i.lva Stock Market.
KANSAS C1TT, Oct . -CATTLE Re
ceipts. 6.OU0 head; market steady; prima
ted steers, $9.6,"vtrl0 25; dressed beef steers.
$S.2riiii9.50; western steers, $6.&0-".50;
stockers and feeders, $..60CJ.60; bulls,
$4 50tT6X; calves, $6.tXir10 00.
HOGS Recelut. 6.1111O head; market
stea.iy; bulk, 6.75fl7.16; heavy $6ff7.10;
i 'ackers and butchers, $6.9tf7.26: light,
6.8.i'7.2r.; pigs. $6.0fni6.76.
SHE FP AND YAM B5J Receipts, $.600
head; market stesdy; lamb, $ 60fr9.0O;
yearlings, t8.6CV7.26; wether. $6.7;xii.u0;
St. I.onla Live gloek Market.
PT. !XUIS. Oct. 28. CATTLB Receipts,
4,200 hesd: msrket lo.wr; native beef
steers, t'.fU 10 36; yearling steer and
heifer. $8.6tvu 10.36; cow. $6 0iVg8uo; stock
er and feeder. $6.00U'7.76; southern
steers, $5.2.Vo4t.50; cows and heifers, $l.0ii
6.60; native calea, $.()iVlt).50.
HOGS Kecelpts, 4.50 Ohead; market
strong; pigs and lights, $64oU'7.40; mixed
and butcher. $7.0OU'7.46; good heavy, $7.40
SHEEP AND LAMRS Receipts, 600
head; maket steady; lambs, $8.00'ij'9.00;
heap and we, $o.0Oli.60.
Ions City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX C1TT, la., Oct. 28. CATTLE
Receipt. 1.4i0 head: market ateady; na
tive steers. 86.0tVf Ofl; butcher. $4.60ff675;
rnnners, $3.Vf4.iO: calves, $C.O0(u.00; bulls,
stsgs, etcu $4.Mrt.7S.
HtjOS Receipts 2,500 head; market
teady; heavy. $A.i-U7.00: mixed. $6.7619
8.80; light. 84.70d6.76; bulk of sale, $6.7j
SHEHP AND IA.MBS-ncelpt. 1,200
head; market 15fi?6c higher; ewes, $4.wa
640; lambs, $.7wiiti.86. - -r
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
HT. JOSEPH. Oct. 28. CATTLB Re
ceipts, 1,000 head; market steady: steers,
$tl.5n0,6i: cows and heifer a, 84.00.u9.00;
ca ves. $H.0rii9.60.
MIIKKF AND LAMHS Receipt. 1.R08
jiead; market strong; lamb, $8.0uj:8.90.
gfocit in ant.
Receipt of live stock at the flv prin
cipal western markets:
6. 01 10
St. Loul. ....
St. Loul ....
Totals 22.300 34,100 36,700
I.oadoa Stock Market.
, stTr... r..t , 1m,m. baji.wIi
on the stock market were quiet. Canadian
. , . . T ? .. I . fi.,1., M.ul I
1 S C I I I U Hill I UIII.DM . l U , 1
the most attsntlon. The latter eased off.
but th rest of th list closed quiet and
SILVElV-war. tw per ounce.
MONEY-3VW4 per cent.
LIIDtUUl.1 ' " I -'". - m .
ner cent: three month. SPi 16-16 per
Omaha liar Market.
PRAIRIE HAY Cholc upland, $100Of
10.60; No. 1. $9.50(010.00; No. 3. H.0u.6O;
No. I, IIOCTsOO; choice midland, $10.00;
No. lt $8.50419.60; No. 2. $7.i.60; No, 3,
in 007.50; choice lowland, $9.i; No. 1,
$7.Cu.00; No. 2. $4.0t87.00; No. t. $i00t
STRAW Wheat, $6.006.60; oat or ry.
ALFALFA-Cholce, r2 0fff 13.00; No. 1,
$11.50a'U.W; No. ' $ OmU'lO.OO. (
NEW YORK. Oct. 28. METALS Lead
offered alAt.76. Spelter not quoted. Cop
per, steady; electrolytic, $18 00. Iron,
stesdy and unchanged. Tin, firm at $34.00
(ji'S4.M). London spot copper quoted at
72 2s 6d; futures 72 12s 6d; electrolytic,
H8. HK.t tin, 156 6s; futures. 168,.
Antimony, 126. Lead, 24 2 d. Speller.
NEW YORK, Oct. 28.-COTTOrr Spot,
quiet; middling uplands, ll.K6c; sales, 4.000
bales. Cotton futures closed egsy; De
cember. n.TVc; Jsnuary, 11.91c; March,
12.12c: May. 12.24c: July. 12.29c.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 28. COTTON Spot
steady; good middling, 7.44d; middling,
l.lOd low middling. 6.62d. Sale 13.1M) bale.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. 28.-DRY OOODS
Caniet buyers paid htu-her prices st the
auction sale todiy, following announce-,
menla of advances In the opening price
named for spring trade last Monday. Cot
ton goods, easier; yarn, ateady; raw
ilk, easier; burlap. Irregular.
Oil aad Riwls,
SAVANNAH. Oct. 28. TURPENTINES
Firm. C2c; sales. 919 bbls.; receipts, 118
bbls.; shipments, 9 bbls.; stock, 10,928 bbls.
ROSIN Firm; sales, 1.476 bbls.: receipts,
'99 bbUc; stock, 19.2S5 bbis. Quote: A. B,
t D. H. F, Gt H, I. $4 62H; K, $5.00; M
$4.70; N. $6.00; WG, $6.2i; WW, $6.60.
LONDON Oct. 28 WOOL A mixed as
sortment of 8.400 bales was offered at the
wool auctlcn sales todsy. F'ne grades
w ere Hi in and Americans bought suitable
parcels. Ixiwer snides were easy and
they were frequently withdrawn.
NEW YORK. Oct. 28.-SUnAR-Raw,
steady; centrifugal, 4.26c; 1110 lasses, 8.4o;
refined, steady. Si.gar futures opened
quiet todsy. At noon prices were I to I
points net higher on covering.
Evaporated Apple aad Dried Fralt
NEW YORK. Oct. 21 EVAPORATED
DRIED FRUITS Prune firm. Apri
cot and peaches, aitady. Ratal na, quit.
Apartment, flata, aionaea and cottages
an be rented quickly n4 cheaply by a
Be "For Rent"
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