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TITK BEE : OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1915.
VOPF R oms Jt hie for two. W. 4.
2214 IKII'GI.AS-New'y furnlehr-d rooms?
t urna.e neat cm in. n"i sf.si.
THRKK furnished rooms; partly modern;
reaaonnhl,.. a;4 Fnrilrr,
I ifriilikr Nmni,
FIVK rooms, upstair. ?"14 Hortor Blvd.
rlswiM-W f i-n KoAml,
201 DAVF.NPORT-TWO OR THRKB
NICELY FURNbHED HKFO. RUOMi
NEW HRIOK FLAT.
Haasea and Cwttaa-a.
ftrTVFN ROOMS 2427 Charles, 31.1, rhon
PAKKKR ST. rooms, Doug. HI
14 8-ROnM cottage, modern except fur
nacf. 2M Plnney, Call Wen. 2174.
ITfCgirvFrN rooms and bath, all modern,
2S24 Manderson Bt. Web. 37Q5.
ELEOANT-b-r. cottage, modem except
heat. Arply S31Q Hamilton PU
KOR RKNT (-room houae, all modern
convenience, Vi block to car. 4M3 N.
SSth Bt. M. A. Fast. 4519 N. SSUi St
Phone Colfax 1178.
2KS. Bristol New. mod., bungalow. 327 60.
FOR HH"NT -Beautiful modsrn retl
dance. T room and bath, pot waUf
heat. Larva garage: at 3320 Florence
Blvd. Pnone Coif a MM.
-room, all modern. T-07 IOttirop. 22 .VK
WALKING distance, 26J3 Dodge, l-roora,
modem, 125; key. 240; call Web. 4S78,
WAtiKINO dlatance. 2S Dodge. 8-room,
modem, 2R; key, 2641; call Web. 4S7K.
nuuiii uuua... ...uu.,. - - r " '
torm window; arranged for two faml
lles If so desired; rent iill Corby bU
Tel. Web. 7882.
eEVEN and five-room houses; modern;
walking distance. Pougla U.
8-ROOM ax use. strictly modern, hot
water heat. WO. 2716 Burt bt.
110 N. 1STH Oood 6-r. cottage, part mod
ern, walking distance, aavea car fare,
T. J. HOOK, 1101 N. 18TH.
C-ROOM cottage, 4 lots, near car and
school. 4244 Fort St.
MICH B-room cottaKe, with bath, gaa,
electrlo light, shades. gUP Wirt St.;, 118.
6-ROOM house, all modern. 3832 No. 23d
St., 122. Colfax jwTiZ.
1513 N. 20TH Rear, 3-r. house and base
ment, with sink and toilet, walking dis
tance, colored, $10.
T. J. HOOK, 1101 N. 18TH.
t-R. cottage; mod. 1031 8. tlst H. SMS.
J-KOOM house, strictly modern, with
garage; splendid neighborhood. 3033
Marcy; 3.10. Call Harney 2706.
STRICTLY modem, J-r., Hanaoom Park,
cottage, oak floors. $26. Tel. Har. 4223.
t-ROOM, modern, 2469 Poppleton Ave.
MODERN 7-room house, 1U3 Park Avt,
JS6. Phone Harney 1585.
27 PARK AVK.-s-room mod home. IS;
garage extra, ttarey Cleaning Co. H. 7307.
t-ROOM cottage. Ill S. 28tb St., U&. Water
8-R, houne and sleeping porch. H. 3(U4.
jnne moaeru home, pracucaiiy new,
. ,,m.. jt . ....... .i n
easily heated, good location, near car
line. Inquire 712 Pitrk Ave. Harney 1241.
6-r. house, mod. ex. heat. $60 S. 21st.
FOR RENT 7-room house all modern
except heat. 1721 S. 9th St.
6TH1CTL modem cottage, large yard,
fenced in, $18. 241S So. 24th. Call 2411.
8 ROOMS WEST FARNAM. S304 Daven
port St., good modern home
for large family; beautiful
ROOMS West Farnam, dandy, new, all
modern home; sleeping porch;
mahogany and white enamel
finish; very choice; 3310 Dav
enport St., $45.
Peters Trust Company,
1822 Farnam St. Douglaa 898. o
A VERY cholco flat. 6 rooms and bath,
modem, ground floor, close to cross
town and Leavenworth car lines, bee
owner. 646 a. 27th St.
FREE RENT 1 MONTH on 14 real bar
gains, 3 to 8-r., $5 to $36. McKltrlck R.
E. Co.. 318 Ramge Bldg. D. 1482; Ty. 2140J.
2Ut No. 27th St., 6-r., mod. ex. heat, $16.
1110 No. 22d St., 4-r., mod. ex. heat. $18.
3038 So. 16th St., city water and gas, $10.
RASP BROS.. 106 McCAGUE BLDO.
850 N. 2Mh Ave., b-room house, $10.
Stores, moves, packs, ships; (-horse vaa
and I men, $1.36 per nr.; storage $2 par
mo. Satisfaction guar. D. 433K A Ty. 23a
FIVE-ROOM cottage. S345 61at St.
ENTIRE downstairs, 6 rooms, nice house,
private entrance, good neighborhood.
$14. Webster 6060.
Gordon Van Co. S33
H N. lltb 8t
Tel. D 394 or Har. 1W7.
EE the Central Furniture Store's FREU
an and Storage
Co. Call us for es
timates for mov
ing, packing, snipping. 1711 Webster 8b
TT mi bob Cretrh Sons ft Co., Bee Bldg.
IlOUBeS in J, prt, of city.
FIDELITY "-tal KEU
Pbon Douglaa 188 for complete list el
vacant houses and apartments; also for
storage, moving, l'tn and Jackson StA.
-ROOM mod. cottage. M2 S. 19th. R. R8M.
1618 N. 30TH, rear, 3-r. house and base
ment, with sink and toilet, walking dis
tance, colored, $10.
T. J. HOOK, 1101 N. 18TH.
110s N. 13TH, Good 6-r. cottage, part
modem, walking distance, saves car
T. J. HOOK, llnl N. 18TBL
Exp. Co., moving.
r I'nam n. 14C
tores aad Offleee.
MODERN STORE, near postofflce; low
rent. Q. P. Stebbtns. 1610 Chicago.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FARMS and city loans at lowest ratea.
GLA-ND THUMUULL, tM Be Bldg.
$100 TO $10,0u0 made promptly. F. D.
Wead. VWad P.dt ISth k Karnam Bta
CITY and farm loand, t, 61, per cent
J. H. Duinont A Co.. 416 Mate Bank.
A "For Bale" ad will turn second-hand
furnlturo Into cah.
WaNTKU-Uwod laita aud city loaua at
PEl'EKd TRUST CO.. y,22 Farnam.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas 22 St' Bank Bldg.
OaiAHA homes. Vam NebraKa farms.
rKElfK REAL ESTATE CO,
fll Oniahs National. Phone fo);glas fTH.
MONEY on hand (of city and farm loans,
H. W. Binder. City National Bank Bldg.
ic' CITY LOAN H. C Q. Carlberg. 31ft
w U Branc. Theater Sldg.
WASTED TO BUY
OFFICE fun.ltura bought and sold.
C Reed. wn Karnaro. Doug. (IV,
e trlotiy high grade piano Web. 3738,
Tale bus everything U hand Web. 4ui
HIOHEbT prices for old clothing. D. 4714.
HEAL ESTATE Mm ESCHAXGg
VTjTV i..-.ly locaud Income pr.Jlerty,
worth $-H,0i). for exchange for N. E.
i'olo. land; morig gu. equity, iu -
0U Want rlear I n'i. P. T7. Sea.
DENVER property for exchange. SeveiU
room, one and a half-ktory brick, mnil
rern ''et hrat, lot 5lxl3o; prlre $J.tJ,
tntg. $ftU). Four-room frame bungalow,
modern except heat; tot 3U130; price $1,600,
char. Both houses are in good neighbor
hood, and will trade for Omaha or Un
co 1noal)02Usnm,, value. Y lix. Be.
tVroom cottage. Council Bluffs. M acres
Irrigated r dorado land; foi lota or cot
tage la Omaha. Cuifax 3Nut.
REAL ESTATE Hl'Dl'MlAX
REAL ESTATE Sl BOUlAN
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET OMAHA LI YE STOCK MARKET
T-To7sO VfiH Cnnn r I 1- a-o T rf"C Al1 crl Take a Slump, with I :sirable Kindt of Cattle Steady and
llClVC 1 UU OCC11 1 IIUOU i-.ULO Wheat Falling at Much at , Common Kindt Weak Sheep
Three Centt Lower. ; Stronr to Hieher.
OATS, CORN AND RYE DOWN tOQS FIVE TO TEN CENTS OFF
$10.0014.00 a Month
In DUNDEE'S NEWEST ADDITION where everything hag been done for the.
romfort and convenience of the home owner.
Just Think of It
You can buy a beautiful Dundee lot aa low as $1,100, by paring only
$25 cash, located within ONE to TWO BI.OCK3 OE THE CAR LINE.
Graded ready for building, with sewer, city water, gas, cement sidewalks and
electrlo lighting system In and paid for. Streets are now being pared with
aaphalt. Reasonable building restrictions Insure good houses.
Now Is the Time
to PICK out your lot In the 2 blocks between Farnam and Howard and 9th
and 50th Streets, which can be bought on the unusual terms Of $25 cash
and $10.00 to $14.00 a month.
Go Out Today
Take any West Farnam-Dundee car,, get off at 49th Street, walk one
block West and one South and select your lot, or call us up and we will
gladly call and show you these beautiful lota.
George & Company
Fhone D. 75S. 902 City Nat l Bank Bldg.
FARM 4t RAMI! LAM)M FOR BALK.
300 ACRES rood timbered stock farm.
well Improved, easy terms; SH miles
from county seat Write for full Infor
mation to Miss Rosa Stefka, Route L
TOR SALE Best larte body hlgh-srads
medium priced land In Nebraska; very
JltUo money required C. Bradley. W el
bach. Neb. a
ItiO ACHES raw land to break In Keith
county, 6 miles from O&alalla. If ln
terested write A. A. Orler, Klnfaley, la.
F ARM FOR SALE 166H acres at $SS
per acre, If taken at once: a good stock
farm, with running; water, two wells and
fair buildings, g miles north of Council
.'tuns. iiuio. vi n eiiun, rnonQ d-i.
40. or IflO acres rood, heavy 'oil. well
settled part of Todd county. Minn ;
rood roads, schools and churches. Price,
tlfi to $J0 per acre. Terms, $1 per acre
cash; balance $1 per acre a yeur; 6.000
acres to select from. Schwab Bros., 102
Plymouth Blily., Minneapolis. Minn.
$5 DOWN, $5 monthly, buys 40 acres rood
land: some timber; near town; price
$20o. Other baralns. Box 426-V, Cartb
Investors, here is your chance! 5,000
acres In Dent county, Missouri; all tim
ber, good farm land when cleared. This
Is a lumber Dronosltlon: lumber aHmt
t.OOO feet per acre. Price, $8 per acre. Will
do aoia on very easy terms, at a low
rate of Interest, or would take in some
Omaha property. Call and have a talk
with Mr. Prugh. He will show you he
is from Missouri.
W. S. FRANK,
201 Neville Block. o.
CPPER WISCONSIN Best dairy and
general crop stale In the union; settlers
wanted; lands tor sal at low prloea on
easy terms. Ask for booklet 34 on Wiscon
sin Central Land Orant. Excellent lands
for stock raising. If Interested In fruit
lands ask for booklet on apple orchard
Address Land and Industrial Depart., So
Line Hallway. M In nea Dolls jilua.
HAVE TOy A KARM FOR 31 ALB T
Write a good description of your land
and send It to the Sioux City, la.. Journal,
"Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad Me
dium." Twenty-five words every Friday
evening. Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
for one month, giving sixteen ads oa
twelve dlffereut oays tor Hi or W words,
$4, or 7E words, $6.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper, XiO.OuU readers dally In four great
REAL ESTATE FOIt EXCHANGE
FOR Exchange A six-room house, lot
and barn: rents fort $16 per month. My
equltv $1,000 to II. 2o0. Want a good, five
or seven-passenger automobile worth an
even exchange. Give full description of
car and where It can be seen in answer.
Address P 404 Bee.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED to Buy A homestead relin
quishment, rash. Address W. D. Klrod,
4500 N. 14th St.. Omaha, Neb.
REAL ESTATE! WEST SIDE
Modern In every way, oak finish, rood
sleeping porch, full basement, Milton
RoKers furnace, tot 40x126. located on the
boulevard, near the Prettiest Mile. This
Is a good buy at $3,500. Reasonable terms.
House is vacant. I will be pleased to
show you through at any time.
W. S. FRANK,
201 Neville Block.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
29th and Farnam 6ts.
Peven-room house, not new, but In good
repair; fully modem: lot alone worth
$2,000; will make a fine, close-in home for
some one. WANT AN OFFER. Can make
easy terms, or will consider lot or mort
gage paper or smaller house as part pay
ment, or will rent.
106 McCague Bldg. Douglas 1663.
REAL ESTATES NORTH SIDE
rooms, all modern, large garage, east
front lot, located east of Central Blvd.
on paved street. Price, $4,2M. This Is
not an old house. Occupied by owner.
Will trade for cottage not over $3,600. ,
C. O. CARLBERG,
812 Brandela Theater Bldg
$26 CASH-$12M PER MO.
Will buy a dandy 6-r. bungalow, 1 year
old; good well: 2 corner lots. Price $l.Du0.
Located at U0A N. lath.
RASP BROS Douglas VfiS.
6-KOOM cottage, bath, gas, shades,
fenced. 1411 N. 41st St., 31T.O0. C. O.
Hutchinson Co., 1623 Farnam.
30TH AND FOWLER AVE.-NORT1I
It's easily worth $3,600, but you are
In lurk if you get it for $2 MX) and on
reasonable terms. It's a strictly modern
$-room house, osk and pine finish: beau
tiful location; onlv 3 blocks frem the tar.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
6th Floor Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
Duuglaa 1731. o
OWNER will sacrifice 3-r., strictly mod
ern bouse, wlin large s eeplng room, oak
floors, woodwork nicaly decorated. Terms,
Pbone Webster 1121.
REAL ESTATE VACANT
FOR BALE By owner, lot In Evaoston.
the exclusive residence district; on
Harney St., near 6Jd; 60x136 feet. Plica
$l,15o. one-third rash. U. I. Carpenter,
Phone Harney L'Ml.
This dandy corner lot, 100x120, fronting
on three atreeta. Is a fine buy at the
price asked. This lot has water, side
walk and paved streets on the three
sides. Address, north side I sard 8t. and
ith Ave. to COth St. If you want a bar
gain, sea this today,
Creigh. Sons & Co.
608 Bee Bldg. Douglaa 200.
BENSON lots, close In. near sohool: easy
terms. Phone owner. Benson 337 w.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
i rooms, with sun room, oak fln'sh,
furnace, modern In every detail; fine
cement basement and walks: east front
lot, close to school; locatod near Han
acom park. Terms to gond rarty.
C. G. CARLBERG,
812 Bran lets Theater Bldg.
Buys choice hunvalow: reception hall,
living room, dining room, f nlshed in
oak; nice kitchen, two big bedrooms and
bath room In whlto enamel. Hons In
first -class condition; corner lot. south
and cast front. All paving In and paid
for. Price. $3.6fiO. Located one block
from car. two blocks from sohool, four
blocks from Hanscom park n flrst-clasa
location. Call us up and we will take
you out and show you this pluce.
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
915-16 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 49.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE Fine two lota, 46x130 feet,
Kansas Ave., south side Miller park,
half block west 24th St. car line, sur
rounded by beautiful new homes Cool
in summer, warm In winter. Web. 83U0.
OMAHA. November 3. llf.
All cereals on the list continue down
Ward. Wheat takes the biggest siump,
selling unchanged to 3o lower, tints were
next, selling lc lower, although the bulk
of the sales was c low r. t pro followed
the wheat and oata, being quoted un
changed to fc lower. Kye was Mj to 10
luwur. Barley was nominally uncnaiged.
Clearances were: Wheal and flour equal
to l.MU.uxt biiMhfls; corn, s.000 bushels;
oats, Ki4,uu0 bushels.
Liverpool close: Wheat, unchanged to lo
lower: corn, unchanged to lo lower.
Primary wheat receipts were 3.43S.000
hushela and shipments of l.M.ouo bushels,
against receipts of 3,$l5,0u busht-ls and
shipments of 1,100,000 busliels laat vrar.
Primary corn reeJpie were dtit.tw)
bushels and shipments of 219,0uO bushels,
against receipts of 143,000 bushels and
shipments of 1K4.0U) bushels last year.
Primary oata receipts were 1.W9.000
bushels and shipments of WsoOO bushels,
against receipts of LISo.Oro bushels and
shipments of 76,000 bushMs last year.
Wheat. Corn. (Jet a.
I M M.WH
St. Louis ....
Inn I peg
OMAHA. November . W$
Receipts were: rattle. Hogs. Sbeett
Official Monday 13.374 6,140 23.31
Estimate Tuesday wOnO 4.400 la,0W
Two days this week..l.7
Same days last week. .22.WO
Same days $ wka. aao.J7.AM
Same dsva 3 wka. ao.n.T7
Kama lara 4 wka. ago.K.7J
Same rtva lt v-. - mjiu
.ns iniiowing table awnwa lTi receipts
ef cattle, hogs and sKoea at tha Omaha
live stock market for me year to date, as
compared with last years
1914. 1314 tn
Catlla lmort . 3?,J"1
Moss 2M6.77J l.t1.17 iM.
Sheep 2.8HJ 67 2.801. 44 S1.13J
The following tal le ghnws the average
trices of hos at the Omaha live stock
market for the laat few daya, with comparisons:
Date I HIS. 1141 liJ im$ 1 1011 I 1M0.
These sales were) reported today:
Wheat No. 3 hard winter: 1 car, 37Ho;
1 car, 37c. No. 3 hard winter: I car. .c;
cars. 6c; $ cars, Wc; 3 cars, MV; I
cars, 94c. No. 4 hard winter: 1 car, 9uc; 1
car. Me: I car. 2c: 1 car. 81c: 1 car. lo:
7 cars, Mc; 3 cars, 8fc; 1 car, 87c; 1 car.
86c: 2 3-6 cars. Hoc, Sample: 1 car, the; 4
earn, 80c. No. 2 spring: 1 car, 9o. No. $
spring; 4 cars. 83c. No. 2 mixed: 1 car.
984c No. 3 mixed: 1 car, 7c. No. 3
mixed: 1 car. Vic. no. mixed: 1 car. -c:
69Wc. No. 6 mixed: 3 3-6 cars, to',o. No. i
mixed: 1 car: (c. No. 6 white: 1 car, two.
Oats No. 8 white: 2 oars j3Ci 30 cars.
33Wc. No. 4 white: 1 car. 384c: lo cara, 33c;
6 cars. S2c. Sample: 1 car, 3iStc; 1 car.
$0Hc; 1 car, SOc. hye No. 3: 1 car, 94c: 3
cars, 8:iHc. No. 3: i car, 91V-", 3 cars, 9ic;
1 car. 8W4C. No. 4: 1 car. "c; 6 carp, ifcc;
1 car. 87c. Sample: 1 car. 8Hc.
Omaha Cash Prices Wrieat: No. 3 tur
key, tWvVNo. 3 turkey, 9VWc; No.
3 hard. I7. s; No. 3 hard. 94itiW.'c: No.
4 hard. R4Hh4Ho: No. 2 spring. 9W87c;
No. 8 spring, 92dfSc; No. 3 durum,' V4W
86Ve; No. 3 durum. 93VV34Hc; samile, 76
85c. Corn: No. 2 white, MH4C."-to: No.
2 white. 69aC9Hc; No. 4 white, f8jr(o;
No. 6 white, MyijWc; No. white, fxW(3
Uo; No. 2 yellow, 60fflo; No. 2 yel
low, OOHtllc; No. 4 yellow, eojplOV:
No. 6 yellow, 0f(jyHc; No. yellow. 69
ti)o; No. 2 mixed, 64fc; No. $
mixed. 6tu.;.9Vt; No. 4 mixed, Vufo;
No. 6 mixed, M4Qy⁣ No. 8 mixed. "
4jWc. Onts: No. 2 white. 84,(8i3ic: stand
ard. !HVaSl4o; No. 3 w hlta, IWpiSV; No.
4 white, 32(433V- Barley: Malting, 61
!&; No. 1 feed 4Tfi0u. Rye: No. 3.
Itf-tftHc; No. 3, IllStllW.
Chicago closing p. n-es, furnished The
Bee by Logan Bryan, stock and grain
brokers. ai5 South Sixteenth street:
Artlclei Open. HlgH.i Low. I Close ) Yes y.
May'l OSXm-I 1 01
M s v Itil VSi-i C2U iftk
us is. 1
Mayl 16 I
33 38' 4"
7 06 S
1 30 V
t I7i 1 401 34i $ 4
I 8 341 191 8 3
T 401 I 191 8 81
7 871 8 W IS
T 741 7
T 7 T W
7 71 7
I 8' T 71
I T Til
7 4N 7 3-1
1: I 01
$ 04! 7 3.
10) 7 91
10 8 09
18 8 07
1 1 96
y In the forenoon. Other fed weaterns
Idaho wheat field lamb which were
or 1000 head, overran early estimates,
hut at that were smaller than a week
ago. For the week to date the receipts
foot up 40,31 head, being 4, Ml head larger
than both laat week and last year, hut
ISrtiO smaller than for two weeka ago.
With the exception of last week receipts
the last two days are smaller than for
any similar period sine early In August.
I nder the Influence of moderate local
supplies and higher markets at other
points fat lambs opened strong and l'"3iMj
higher, while In a soot or two values
looked a Quarter hlsher. Bulk of the fair
to rnod fed westerns sold as high aa 300
and Idaho whs
held a the same figure had not sold at
a rather lata hour In the forenoon. When
these finally sold, tho fed lam'. which
were too heavy, scaling eighty-six
pounds broiisht 316, while the Idahoa
made $8 9's scoring a 30o advnnoe over
yesterday. Today s top of 19.00 Is the
highest figure paid here sine August,
Top a year ago this monin was $9.40.
reeding lambs again showd a
firm tone, best of which wer a little
weighty, duplicating yesterday s 30 top.
There has been quite a little call for
breeding ewes this week, and buyers took
everything they could possibly use again
today. Beat here made le.O", while others,
some of which had I'ttle claim to favor,
old downward to 36(6. Aa It la so late
In ths season this demand for breeding
stock is regarded aa Just a flash Id the
pan, and, of course? there Is no way
of telling how long It will continue. Feed-
7 611 7 73) ll
. t an 1 it'll tu. a 14. 7 t
C71,! 7 111 T 77! ' 7 80 t 79
Receipts and disposition of II stock
at the 1'nlon stock yards. Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at 8 o'olock
Ing ewes were picked up readily at good
st rone d rices and some that brought IV16
would undoubtedly have bean stooped at
1 36.10 yesterday. One sale at a-. 30 looked
! scratchy and could not be said to repre
, sent the market.
as a reeiiu or xne revival rc inr riwn
Ing ewe demand packers were unable to
get many old sheen and paid a III tie
stronger prices for the few they did buy.
Fat ewes mads $6.66.
(Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
good to choice, $Mt00; lambs, fair t
good, $8.TMr86; lambs, feeders, 3T.7MP
vearllngs, fair to choice. MOTrtre 80;
yearllnss, feeders, $a.ftr7.lR; wethers, fair
to choice, 36.60rffwAO: ewes, good to choice,
36 264W .66: ewes, fnlr to good, t4.7Mlt.26.
ewes, feeders. 84.8Wr 30.
C . M. St, P 6
W abash 4
Mtcsouri raclflo 1
Union 1'aciflc (1
C. N. W east.... 6
C. A N. W., west.... 68
C , ft. P., M. AO... 4
C, B. A Q., east.... 18
C, H. A y.. wet.... 61
C, R. I. A P., east.. 13
C. l 1. A P., west. 3
Illinois Central 7
Chicago Urcat West 3
Total receipts. ...212
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
Morris A Co
fwlft and Company....
t'udahy Packing Co....
Aunour A Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co....
S. o. Packing Co
K. P. Co
CiVhy. Sioux City....
W. t. Van 8a nt Co....
Benton, Van 8. A L. ...
Hill A Son
F. B. Lewis
Huston A Co
J. H. Boot A Co
J. H. Bulla
Wertlielmer A Degen..
11. F. Hamilton
Sullivan Bros l..
A Asked. B Bid.
&H l.ehmer Bros..
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co....
Baker, Jones A Smith..
Dennis A Francis
Jensen aV I.un green.....
Notice Is hereby given that sealed orrv
nonl will he, rciv4i hv th iin.-X r may. umim iininnsa unC'iJitTa
KritoS fthT Jj? ,ower n1 Prov.slon. down Tc
I'lsirict at tneir 01 rice in tne village of
Bayard, Neb., for the purchase of fif
teen thousand five hundred eighty-two
dollars face value of the ( per cent
serial bonds of said district until 1:30
o clock p, m. on the 7th day of December,
1916; said bonds are Issued under and by
virtue of an Act of the legislature of the
state of Nebraska, approved March 26th,
1S96, Session Laws 1S95, Chapter 70 and all
amendments thereto and pursuant to a
vote of the majority of the qualified elec
tors of said dkttrlct. The Board expressly
reserves the right to reject any and all
bids and will In no event sell any of said
bonda for less than ninety-five per cent
of the face value thereof. By order of
the Board of Directors.
(Signed) CATHERINE ROBERTS.
Secretary Short Line Irrigation District.
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Qaotatlona of thai Day oa Various
NEW YORK, Nov. .-FLOURSteady.
WHEAT Spot, easy; No. 1 durum. 81.11,
f. o. b. New Ycrk; No. 1 northern, Duluth,
31.08, and No. 1 northern, Manitoba,
3I.0SH, c. I. f. Buffalo. Futures were
steady; December, ll.uHV
CORN-Spot, steady; No. I yellow, 74c,
OATS-Spot, steady; No. I whlta, 410
, HAY Steady; prime. $1 36: No. 1, $1 SO;
No. 2 81.8); No. 3. $1.01.06; shipping. 8-X3.
HOPS Steady; state, common to
cholco. 1916. 22030c: 1914, 7?Y12e; Pacific
coast. 116, 12kj15; 1914. 10fj2c.
HIDE Sttady; Bogota, 3u31c; Cen
tral America. 2fo.
LEATHER Firm: Hemlock firsts, 334V
34c; seconds, 'Mi'a.'ic.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady;
$lti.5oiP17.tX: family, t21.t0t22.j0;
clear. 818 60020.00. Beef, at.ady;
316.5O&47.0O; family. 318 i 18.60.
feusv: middle west. 19 2f,, 9.3o
TALLOW Steadier; city. 7'c; country,
BI TTER Firmer: receipt. 11,866 tubs;
creamery extras. iVa31c; firsts,
H)Hc; seconds, 'A'u'Slc.
EtiOS Irregular; receipts, 10.276 cases;
fresh gathered extra fine, S9Cu40c: extra
firsts, aijtoc; firsts, 31U36c; seconds, 'ima
CHEESE Firm; receipts, 8.810 boxes;
state, whole milk, held, flats, specials,
irV(16c; state, whole milk, held, flats,
average fancy, 15'e; state, whole milk,
held, flats, current make, specials, bW&
15vt,c; state, wholo milk, held, flats, av-t-rane
POl'LTRY Alive, unsettled; dressed
quiet aud unchanged.
Kanaaa City Grala and Pravlaioas.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 9. WHEAT
No. 2 hard. tl.tKCrilOT; No. 2 red. $1 10
112; December, btS&c ; May, 98S
CORN No. 2 mixed, Mi-inSc; No. 2
white, 6&Vtj60c; December, 6(i6u4c; May,
OATS No. 2 white, 37ff37Ho; No. t
mixed. 341 35Hc.
BUTTER Creamery, 28c; firsts, 26c;
seconds. 2f.o: packing, liHtc.
(i.S Firsts. 2ac; seconds, 22o.
POULTRY Hen. llc; roosters. 9o;
Mlnaeapolls Grala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 9. -WHEAT De
cember. &BV-: Msy, $1 OOSttjlOeH; No. 1
hsrd. 31.01: No. 1 northern, 8Tic8l.XV
KYE "61 " Sc.
CORN No. S yellow. fr,W7c.
OAT No. 3 white, S3HI&34C.
Liverpool Grala Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 9. WHEAT Spot,
easy: No. 3 Manitoba. Us 4d: No. 3, Us
3d; No. 2 hard winter, old, 12a 4V,d; No.
3 Chicago, new, Us 2d.
CORN Spot, easier; La Plata. 3s.
A Room for the Roomer, or a Roomer
for the Room. Bee Want Ads Do the
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Featarea of the Trmala mm Cloalaa
Prlcea on Board of Trade. '
CHICAGO. Nov. Ranld enlarge
ments of stocks, hnfh domAMtlo anil
lun tended today to stimulate bearish
seniimeni regarainff wnest. The market
closed nervous, Tifilc to lffl'fc net lowr
l'h December at r.2. and May at
$1.0.?i43 1.03V Corn showed a loss of a
sixteenth for December, hut Vir4e ad.
vance for May. Oats finished unchanged
Hurried unloading by owners of wheat
took place as soon as fUures Wero
posted, disclosing a big Increase in the
world's available stock. The bulls )ai
previously been handicapped by liberal
receipts at the chief terminals northwest
and southwest of here, but tho selling
pressure now became much more pro
nounced and was only a little re'axed
In the dealings near the end of the ses
sion. Forecasts of showera that would
lend to Improve the condition of the
newly seeded winter crop formed one of
the main elements adverse to any Im
Breaks In the price of wheat were fol
lowed by reports that as a result farmers
In Nebraska snd the northwest showed
slens of adopting a policy of holding
back consignments. Traders friendly to
sn advance derived a minor degree of
comfort also from word that estimates
of ths Argentine exportable surplus
would have to be cut owing to damage
done by drouth.
Corn developed comparative strength.
Influenced by opinions that measured by
feeding values the total domestic yield
this season was but slightly above the
crop of 1911 Judged by the same
standard, an actual shortage was said
to bo indicated for the surplus states.
Oats held about steady. Offerings were
absorbed by houses that usually act for
Provisions gave way with hogs. Trans
actions were almost entirely confined to
packers and stock yards speculators.
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red.
nominal; No. I red, $1.04al.0w; No. 1 hard,
nominal: No. 3 hard, 97VfccS41 .06. Corn
No. 2 yellow, old. 64 Vic: No. 3 whits, old.
e34c; No. I yellow, new, 60SSlc; No. 3
white, new, fnJc. Oata: No. 3 white,
3ty0Wc: standard, 8S4o. Rye: No. 2, $1.00.
Barley: aWc. Seeds: Timothy, $5.00.00;
clover, $10.0O4f30.O0. Provisions: Pork,
$14.60; lard. $8.80; ribs. $10.12tf10 3c.
F.1KI8 Higher; receipts, 2,823 cases;
firsts, &3t4c: ordinary firsts, 27C8c; at
mark, rases Included, 20fi28c.
POTATOES Hlxher; receipts, 60 cars,
Michigan and Wisconsin whites, 48fr67c;
Minnesota and Dakota whltea, r,3a0c;
Minnesota and Dakota 'Ohloa, 606660.
POULTRY Alive, lower; fowls, 12V4c;
St. Loala Grala Market.
ST. LOUIS. Nor. 9,-WHEAT-No. I
red, $1.16; No. $ hard, $1.04; December,
31.01S; May, 11.03'V
CORN No. 3. 6reV,r: No. 2 white. 60c;
December, 66&6fiV4c; May, 69ttW,4c.
OATS No. 2. 36Vo; No. 3 white, noml-
t nrtee Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 9-XFFEE-The
market for coffee futures opened steady
at an advance of 2 to 7 points and sold
about I to 8 points net higher during ths
early trading oa foreign buying and scat
tered covering after yesterday's setback.
Reports of steady Bratlltan mirketa
hefiiej the upturn, hut the market met
some trade selling aa well as a renewal
of scattered realizing and prices later
turned easier, with March declining from
6.96c t.i 4.86c, while May worked off
from 7.30e to 6.93c. The closing was 4 to 7
points net lower. Bales were 6ti..'i00 bags.
November, 6.82c; December, .4c: Janu
ary, .Mc; Fehruarv, $4c; March, XVj;
April, 6.370; May. 6.91c; June. 9r: July,
7.6nc; August 7.06c; September, 7.00c; o
totr. 7 16c Spot, steady; Rio No. 7. lo;
Santos No. 4, 9Vfcc. The cost and freight
market was reported rather easier In
tone, with quotations ranging from Itic
lo 9.40c for Santos 4s, Wngllsh credits.
The official cable reported no change In
the primary markets.
Cottaa Market .
NEW YORK, Nov. l.-COTTON-pot,
quiet; middling uplands, 11. 60c Bales, 100
Futures opened firm; December, 11.46c;
January. U.6c; March. ll.MOc; May, 1194c;
Cotton futures closed steady; December,
11 4 c; .Isnus . 11 &c; March, 11.7c; May,
II 4c; July, 12.00c.
The cotton market closed steady at a
net advance of 8 to 6 points.
1JVEKPOOL, Nov. 9. COTTON-Spot,
steady; good middling. 7.19d; middling.
Sd; low middling, 6 37d. Sale. 10.U00
CATTLE Receipts wee fair for a Tues
day, although less than half aa many
cattle arrived as yesterday. For the two
days receipts amount to 19,(74 head, be
ing the smallest of any recent week, but
larger than a year ago by over 1,000 head.
The market aa a whola was In very fair
Really good beef steers were by no
means plentiful, and the market was
fairly active at prices generally steady
Cows and heifers sold In about th same
notches as yesterday, there being little
change In either direction. Some com
mon and Inferior stuff may possibly have
been a little weak.
Good feeders were scarce and firm. On
the other hand there wer a great many
common to medium kinds, which ara not
very much sought after and which ara
slow and weak sellers every day.
Quotations on cattle: prune com fed
beeves. $9.76410.00- good to cbolos Ted
yearlings. $9.0119.76; fair to good fed
yearlings, $!t.6oi9.00; common to fair fed
yearlings. ltU.Kri8.bO; good to choice heavy
beeves, $9.0orrr9.60; fair to good corn fed
beevoa, 38.0u4Y0.00: common to fair corn
fed beeves, 36.60A8.26; prim grass beeves,
$8.(i0tr8.n; good to choice grass beeves,
I7.60irt8.00; fair to good grass beeves.
$8. 767 60; common to fair grass beeves.
$.1,7616.76: Rood to choice grass heifers,
$6.orwfr7.00; good to cholo grass cows,
$6.80'u.60: fair to good cows, $i.00r8.80;
common to fair cows. S4.00tr6.00; good to
Choice feeders. 37.40d4l.0O: fair to good
feeders, 0.7Mi7.4O: common to fair
feeders, tn.76iti6.76; good to choice
stock ere, 17.608.00; fair to good stockera.
3. 76777.60: common to fair stockera, 8.60ft
6.76: stock heifers, 36.7&fi.76: stock cows.
I4.766.00: stock calves. $6.6ft8.60 veal
calves. ttbOm.W; bulls, stags, etc.,
?4 feeders.. IOCS 7 00 19 steers.. ..1141 (70
89 feeders.. 1031 6 66 38 steers..., 99 00
iO calves... 180 $60 13 calves... 247 7 60
18 steers.. ..1L 4 86 26 steer.. ..1138 30
18 steers.. ..1302 7 26 8 feeders,. 1044 I 80
30 feeder.. 898 6 90
16 steers.... 978 6 70 9 feeders.. 10M f 86
47 steers.... 991 6 20 66 steers..., 983 It)
16 steers.... 9n8 6 20 63 steers.... 99 6 90
66 steers.... 989 8 20 26 steer.... 983 4 66
10M 6 86 6 steer.... 994 I 86
1217 7 00 6 steers... .1098 16
12U 7 26
At. Pr. Ns. A. Pr.
Sit 4 U 3 11M 4 at
NT lU JO Ml U
10M 4 Tt 1 IMS I M
b It 10 TM IN
mi 1 is as 44 i 4t
1230 4 40 1 97 3
tt I M I til 7 SI
Ui I I) 1 144 7 W
ft I 10 1 M IN
BTOCKEKsl AND FEEDERS. "
Ml I Tt 14 Ill 4
M I W 3 14 171
411 10 I im 9 M
Han I to t 1104 I 40
HOds-Receipts. while somewhat larger
than on most recent Tuesdays, wer
again very moderate. Sixty-two ear, or
about 4.4o0 head, war reporttd In, bring
ing the total for th two days up to 1.640
head. This Is a gain of 1000 over laat
week, la twice as large as two weeks ago,
and about l.Ouu heavier than for the
corresponding days last year. Supplies
for the last two days are larger than for
any similar period sine th first week of
Sh'pplng trade showed more life than
on Monday, although prices again eased
off a little. Top again reached 34.30, put
In spite of that fact values wire quotably
6c lower all around and might have keen
MnMOo off In spots. The load that brought
$6 9i today waa on of th bast that hag
been In th yard for some tlm.
General market wa3 mostly 6471ie lower
than Monday's average. Bulk moved at
K 74i).7R. with a sprinkling on either
side, snd extreme tup touched 890,
Today's value are nearly 2Uo lower than
at the eloa of last week.
No. Av. . Ft. Na, At. Ik. a.
Tl IM ... I lo Tl aM Its I TO
II 170 ... I M M II 140 4M0
H W4 IS IN el SM NIT!
M Ill ... IM tl M ... Hi
III H7 II IU Tl 107 IM I 71
r ri m 101 m tut so ii
IH 44 IM IW II IM ... Ill
M Ml IU ........rt ... Ill
it r Ml st im ... 4 at
M ul m "pios.
10 Tl ... I M M 100 ... I OS
17 Ill ... Ill H u ... I at
33 Idaho lamha
1' native lamt-s ,
101 Idaho lambs
6(4 Idaho lambs
111 Idaho lamb
ltvm Idaho lambs ,
346 Wyoming lamb
173 native lambs
1071 Wyoming lambs .......
lfiO Wyoming lambs .
21 nstlv feeder lamb ..,
64 native feeder lamb ....
363 Wyoming feeder lamb
340 Idaho feeder lambs.
600 Wyoming ewes
Id Nevada ewes
0 Wvomlna breeder owes
611 Wyoming feeder ewe 100
M Wyoming feeder ws 94
M native lamb 31
668 native lambs 96
77 8 76
CHICAGO LIVID STOCK MARKET
BHKEP Supplies of seventy-five oar.
CHICAGO, Nov. .CATTLE Receipts,
1,000 head; market weak; native beef
steers, $o.90Jlo.4o; western eera, r.NI
8.60; cows and holfsra, 82.7664.16; calve,
$6 6047-10. 60.
1 1 VJ c t, v -v imi , iiwi r, fc
weak; 109200 lower: bulk, 86.60477.10; light.
l4l.XVXSP7.16; mixed, 16 3C47.40; heavy, $o.fJ
7.36; rough, tft.3D4j-6.36; pigs. W.7Ml..
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 7.010
head; market strong; wethers, $6,90434.60;
ewes. tl.90O.M; lambs, t7.00Qs.36.
t. Law la Live stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. .-CATTLE Receipts
60 head: market steady; native beef
steers. $7.6oilo.40; yearling steers and
K -I Ifl LMMil . t4MVft7ft. .ImIi.
ers and feeder. t4.O0uI7.76: southern steers.
!. shtie ou, cowi ana neuers, ft-vuav.su;
native calve. HOutJIoM.
HOQS Receipt. 14,700 heaJ; market
lower; pig and lights, ! 0017.700; mixed
and butcher, I4.t007.lo; good heavy, $7.05
SHEEP AND LA M BS Receipt s. 1,70)
head; market strong; natlv mutton,
yearling. t6O07V6. lambs, t8.0U.uu;
shp and awes, t6.6O04.26,
Kansas City LIt S.Mk Market.
KANSAS C1TT. Nov. 9. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 18,000 head; market weak; prim
fed steers, t9.2t4i40.00-, dressed beef steers,
17 7660 00; western steers, $6.60(04.40; stock
era end feeders, $V6oQ;.76; bulla. $4,269
1.00; calves. t4.O4l0.0O.
HOGS Receipts, 19.000 head: market,
lower; bulk, t6.6txff4.76; heavy t4.5664.77Vs;
packers and butchers. t4.704J6.8S; lights,
$6.40(14 86: pigs. $6 60? 68.
SH-iEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 10 000
head; market higher; lambs, M.WVOO;
yearlings, $6.2f.S7.; wethers, t6.60tf6.li;
(Mo-- City Ltv Staok Market.
SIOUX CITY. Nor. 9. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2,800 head; market steady to loo
lower: natlv steers, $6.00t4.60; butchers.
$4 .608.00; cow and heifer. tl.BMt.80;
cannera, 3 0iiJH.26; stockers and feeders,
14 60640.- calves, 84.0049.00; bulls, stags,
HOGS Receipts, 1,000 head: market, 10
(C16c lower;: heavy, 86 6664.70; mixed.
$6 65, light, t6 40V6 66: bulk of sales, $4 66.
SHEEP AND LA MBS-Receipt. s.froO
t. Joaeak Lira Stoak Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Nov. .CATTLE
Receipts, 1.800 head; market alow; steer,
$6.00460: cows and heifers, HOOtUW.W;
HOGS Receipts. 12.600 head; market
16r2oc lower; top, $340; bulk of sales,
8HEKP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4,000
head; market strong; lambs, $8.00414.85. (
Live Stock la Slafct.
Receipt of llv stock at th five prin
cipal western markets:
Cattl. Hog. Sheop.
South Omaha 6.000 4, I8.000
Chicago .0"0 81,000 7.0-
Bt. Loul . 14.700 3.700
Kansas City 13.000 19.000 11,000
Btoux City t.900 6.000 3.600
.41.100 44,100 43.200
Local Stock aad Boada.
Quotations rsralshed by Beras. Brisker m Co.,
Ml Omsfea NaOoaal kaak ballSlsg:
Sloeks SI. Asked.
paaksra Msrtsaa Lsaa 1IV II
Cltr TrusU pa . " .
Cttr Nstlaiial gailllaa, T aer seal fd ..... to
Dows Co.. ,10 .
Faineant Craary, wit M
Kota Motor Ltowassr, Caaaa 4e
rM Rubber Co., t ar sssi at 104 1
Moral BmIMIss r., I r sost eld... M 100
Unooln Tsl. Tol.. eoai 14 M
Now atato Tel., U
Oasba a X . c Rtx M-.
fWh m O. B. Rr. A afd 44 !!V
Kun Bank Ostsaa .... HI
Seirt C 1H 111
tsloa Mtaca Yaras Stock 17 HV
Alo-e rer ot aetos, 110,,. 17 M
Harass Oot. I ae ooni mntm. ll.... Mv, to
UbmIi Tel. T.I. M. 1HJ M MV
IM Assoles Ballnr Is, 140
Msraeaata 8. I U H. 1 6 M
Ovalis Wiur 4Hi, 1M1 W lotvt
Omaba Oas M, llf 10 M
Omaba C. B. aX. Br. la lo M M
H.4 Cloud. Noh.. 4VH. 1
Rvlft Oo M II
Hioos Cltr Stook Ysrs Is. 1M0 M It
Stout raits. . D . la lta l I'X
tmton Btoek Tarla Omaha, la. IMt... v4j loon
Wtrhlta llnloa Stock TarOS 4s, lilt... Hs 100 Si
Wsrss Oousty gckssls Is IM 101
Loslos Stock Market.
LONDON, Nov. 9 Th featur In th
American section of th stock market
was Canadian Pacific, which advanced
Th rest of th list hardened from ba-
. .... . , . u
low paniy nu o"wi wiw j .
SILVER Bar. 341-16 Pr auno.
MONETT 3H454 per cent.
IilWWNT RATES Short bill and I
month. 4 per cent
NEW YORK. Nov. .METAL Load
offered. 16 00. Spelter, 811 30411 70. Cooper,
firm: electrolytic. 118.1211.16. Iron,
steady and unohangad. Tin, firm: Pot,
At London: Spat eorpr, sT74 t 64;
future. 74 lis; electrolytic. 90 10.
Spot tin. lt 16; future. 13 16. Anti
mony. 3i. Lead, tu 16. Bpaiur.
ftUOAR Raw, firm; centrifugal, 4.64c;
molsssos. 3370. Refined, firm and II
point higher: cut loaf, 4nc: crushed.
4.46c: mould A. 6. We: cube. 1.30c: XXXX
powdsred. 140c; powdered. I.75e; fin
granulatad, 146c: diamond A, 1.66c; eon
fecUoner' A, t.ttc; No. 1. t.40o.
Kve no rated aplee aad Heled Vwls.
NEW YORK. Nv. . EVAPORATED
DRIED FRUITS Prun, firm. A.pri
eots steady; cholo. HflOc; extra choice.
10-lOlfce; fancy. 1lH413e. Peaches, weak;
chric. 4V4c; extra cholc. o: fancy, 6V.
Read Thm Every Py. It Will Pay!
Th Want Ad In Th Be.
NEW YORK JJTOCK MARKET
Heary liquidation of Day Before)
Renewed with Greater
ALIEN OFFERINGS FACTOR
NrTW TOTtK, Nov. .-Th heav
llquldstlon which swept over yesterday
lets market was renewed with greater
vigor today, all pans of the list scoring
row minimum for the current movement.
The decline gathered Incressed force from
prtresslonsl sources, traders in general
belnn active on the short sld of the ac
count. Foreign offerings wer also anj
Important factor, estimates of London
ssle ranxlng trom ..O0 to 60.000 shares.
In fact much of the day's unset tlement
was caused by further pessimistic advice
from abroad. These bore largely upon
political and financial condition affect-mi,-
the allied nations and were supple
mented by unconfirmed rumors that
if','" orar were In danger of can
cellation. Apart from steady pressure,
however, the market manifested many
symptoms of an artificial character
which mad It vulnerable to attack,
final prices wer only a trifle above low
itlt. ... r hlh-irrd securities, whll
specialties mad only nominal recoveries.
All th activity of the session wa at th
expense of values, trsdlng becoming dull
on every covering movement.
Total sole amounted to 1.1.O.000 share.
Some of th extreme deel nea are: Stude
fl'rl 't.,; Willys-Overland, 26. at
1 "nr"' Motors. 20, at 370; Baldwin
Locomotives 4 at 113; tenneasee Copper,
nd Great Northern Ore. 3. at
- - - . ...f-i..,,, near war
class, like Amertcn Unseed, common and;
1U..HI ; "ies inaustriaj Alconol,
Ll!i".r Pecurltlea and American Coal
Products, lost 3 to 10 point. United
T' which was among th few
lT.i-1? to. ,h.owJ. ctu' "trengtU at tha
oprnlng. declined to 3H and closed at
4H. a net gain of 4.
2 V,Vh,t 11.",'r.y ,ac,ln' ran from 1 to
L.".1"1 st- Pul. Norfolk A Western
and the southern lines showing least r-
ri,h.".n, u',ml- f1 "hares yielded
their recent advance, although,
!rrn'.c",,.c",",Lttong t,,,lt industry con
lirU """""her favorahl. Among th
Si Sf r,urn of the day waa that of
? j"'""""-! PBeiflo system, .howlng a,
f 'i:sm September
iiiM.ivl" ln y"1Pthy. some ,pao-
i ln.i m"kl"" BPPraclabl de-
U -ttnmToi'l.fBJr'i t"r v"us- kks-regatedi
ihit tnlt,?1 tnds wer un
changed on call.
Number of sales and leading- quotation
on stock wer aa follows:
Alalia O.U "T "Jr-
Aiu..i;r..- .:t f
Amrran gugmr aC H
Amvleaa t.1tn , Jf p
Amerirsa looonotlrs .... l'o"0
. II. SM
I. WO 11 111 1,4
l.;oo n mi it
l.ie suu gn isi
4. J0 44 U U'4
. M 110
. 1, 7 JO M
! 'ire 'mi
, It M
, 41 M
40 1T.S4, 171
17. bO t
I. KM T1V4
Amsiiiaa B. R.
am. B. K. rt
Asi. gusar Raflntni
Amarims Tel. Tsl....
Anaconoa C'opesr .......
BslilmcMw a imuo..;
il ro h I, n Rlnlrf T . .1
tslltnrnla Ptrolia ...
Chleaso O W !..."
i nieaso, M a Bt. P....
( hi, mo N. W
rhiiwao. n i a a u .
tritno c opiwr ,
laiersos l--ul m Iron...
i)iier a R. O. at
PlMHisrs- aeturltlss ...
Ortal Northers afl
innow iwim 700
nterboroush ron. Cor.. I.mo ris
Inaplrailoa Oopesr st.imo 43
Internallonal Marrmtw... tno K im
Ksnssa t tir goatbora..., I. tno mi 8
Lwisn tsjisj i aoo
Mailfws Patrol.um I.MM
Miami Omi I.
iniiwiun. a. a t. pfi.
Now Vork Contral,...
N. T.. N. H. a II,..
Norfolk m We....
Parma Tel. a Tol.,,.
Pullman PaJaas Car..
Rar iTia. Coepar
Ilapubllo Iran A Btsal
outhara Railway ...
Iiolabaksr Cm pan;
Twnian Copoar ....
t'nlon Pactna pfd..
failed glataa Steal...
11. H. KtMl pr
wanaaa a dm
I.io 101 H loo. loi 2
i.ioo ant, t,(4
Itrnl tliu liaaT I.
4.T00 IU4( 114H 1141
- II SIW
. 7.IO to
. ll ooo
. M.MIO 9S
. . v4
. M.oo iO)H
. 4. 400 tin
, ii. too in ita
. 7 tl
. l ane las
. l.ton im ja,
vn in, u
. I.ano in, n,H mi4
, 13.700 11 u
. 1.009 II 3 MU
" ISO IV,
Total sal. for the' .;. l.UJ Oo4 ThariT
Nw York Mossy Market.
STKRLINO fcXCHANfllMMtT bills.
SSHc ,e""-. siexiean aoiiars.
hBOND8-Oovrnmnt. steady; railroad.
' - "kw per cent:
months. 244)3 per cant.
CALL MONEY-Bteady; high. 2
cent: low. Ill rv. . n- ' T.
- "9 - ul II M rmTB. i
bTdr aBLJwKnrJf-r. .'
Closing quotation on bonda today wer
0. g. raf. 3s, rg.... n Ma. Pas. . is ..
i eoattoa tl N. T. C. lab. 4s.
V. M. sa. raa Ml v v n.Z a.TZ
12' 12 2-1 'f4w.::::!o;
os. rag lt fi, y.. jj M m
U soupea 11 ev. lo 11TU,
Panama to osupoa..loit4No. paclflo 4s...! !. livT
Am. gmaltars la. ...104 do Is ... aftu
A- T- "J-- 4s..itao. a. u rf. ;::;;. Jil
Armour A Co, 4Vts.. ! Pmc. T. A T. Is ! Ms
Atchlaoa son. 4a.
rial a lima aa. ..
(Vn. Puiria lat..
Tis. a Ohio IWt
y. b. a q. j
tl U Pann en alia
041 da sea. 4Wa.
4krtaaillna saa. 4a...
Jlw". U . P. r.
.r . " " rw. ot. as....
m m arm .sia. mi so rar. Is
p. H I. a P. r. la M go Rallwar Is.."
n i Hs.... Uwtnlo. pw,f,0 4,...
n. 4 H. O raf. Is. . II o sr. 4s
rte so. 4a 1V. g. gsbbar 4a..
Oaa. Blseirla la 10114 r g. tuM as.
Ot. No. lat 4ws loo Wsbask lat la
III. Oaa. rat. a atwWaM. rnloa 4Mb
K. C. Be. raf. U.... 14 Waat. TCI.o. n as
it KN4k"T.' ilt ii" ;'-' I ..
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OMAHA, Nov. . Bank clearings for
Omaha today were 83.264.11b.S7 and for tha
corresponding duy last year I2,7s4.1s6.49.
We will furnish complete dotallol
Information on th following com
panies on request:
C HALMKRS MOTORS
8TI DKIIAKFR CXJRPORATIOX
Wl BUT. rglJ. ANT QPOTI TrIESg
TOOK AND SOLICIT TOt'R gUHINKHe)
CHARLES A. ST0NEHAM & CO.
COaCatTagrOsT TOCat B3iOnB4.
Cklraaw 111 W. Jackaua Uoalavar.
New Twk. MHw.uh.a, PivaTnn.
THICK SWOLLEN GLAND3
ttuit max g horn Wbaera,
Ror. har Thick Wind
or Choka-down, can b
also an Bunch or Kwrellino-. No Kli,rr nrt
hair gona, and hort kept at work. Coo.
cantrsted only a few drops required at is
application, tl per bottl delivered.
Book 3 K frea.
ABSORBINE, JrU,antiteptic liniment for man
kind, reduce Cy its. Went, Painful, Knotted
Vixicoa Vsint, Ulcer. It and 12 a bottle at
dealer o delivered. Book "Evidence" free,
J.YOUka. P. D. f mimik M. rlagll!.. I
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