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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1915)
THK HEE: OMAHA, FHIDAY, NOVEMBER 19,
TWO 1,11 modern housekeeping rooms
F"H KKNT-one r om to gei.thmnn. i i
strictly modern private h me, cl ee In;
re fcrences. Phnn Tylrr r.'T.
KtM'NTZE PLACE private !mm; suit
able 1 or 2; board optional. Webster f;6S.
NICKI.Y fiirninheft rwim for refined
tleman In strict I v private modern Ii
JSn Deer lark Hlvd. Tyler JM2-W
9W6 PACIFIC Delightful, roiy. home
like roonn, fnp business men; rt'iitly
modorn and newly furnished. Home
privilege and reasonable rates to rlht
parties. Oil Harney Rj19.
FOR RENT Dec. 1 iatgeTtirnlshed room;
nrlvate hath: Inn?, r'o hno izood
reference. Well loea'el. 1 1 1 -fK j
I nfur-i" ' " i ' iiiii, i
ONE or 2 unfurnished rooms, strictly mod- j
em; parties without children. D. 4302. 1
llfnweke'ilr w fctnuiiia. ;
TWO t'NFfRNISHFK room! for light
hou'ekecpinsc, on first floor, with ti I
vate entrance; partly modern. Call Col
FOR RKXT-Strlctlv modern, newly fur
nished rm.-. heat firn.: private. H. iW.
Iluuira nnil (.Ottawa.
:-?EVKN rooms and hath, nil modern.
2-.24 Manderson St. Web. 32ft.
MX-ROOM house, modern. 3J N. &ld.
fj? Colfax 3.'T2.
FOR RKNT-5 rms., furnished, electrt
lleht, hent and krs. 27ifl N. tr.th Ave.
6 KihiMS. newly decorated, aood loca
tion, nrar car: special Inducements to
desirable tenant. Phone Webster 3779.
FINB 7-room house, 2.d nod Evans Ste.,
with good parage; tent. f
W. S. FRANK.
Dour. StVX). '.n; Neville Rlk.
SIX-R'H'M col'iiue nodi i ll except heat,
2"IS X". 19th St. Rhone Webster ?,;:i.
KI VI'.-ROi .t house, nc.irly new. modern
except furnace, only fr.t. Call Col. 1096.
R EN ' r K i Tl ; EFt i R T WO WEEK 8-Nlc
elKht-rocm house; newly decorated;
modern except hcai; il rm windows and
doors; price reduced to $1S. Web. 5060.
fOR SM XTTT FA Alii rYliTi tire upstairs
of fesidence; 3 nice larse rooms and
bath: moderti except heat; clean and
rnmfonsble: I'd. Web.
f-ROOM Cottage- mod. I".11 S. IMst. H. -QJi..
WALKING distant. 0:iS Dodge, 8-room,
modern, $25; key, 2840; call Web. 487S.
Nlr 8-room houie. modern except heat;
storm windows; arranged for two fami
lies if ao desired; rent 12. till Corby tit.
Tel. Web. 72.
2407 Binney, 6-r. bin k flat. Web. 731.
7 ROOMS. 24J7 Churlcs, $!!. Wal. :...
140S EM .MKT, 6-r. coltane. W. 1i"i!
FOR RENT 5-room, new, modern, ui-to-date
biick flat. 2i;t0 Willows Ave.
Kent 2S. Tel. P. 1S3".
COTTAGES. TrV-U SOUTH 20TH AVE.
$14 RKR MONTH.
Two 7-room houses, S. W. corner 33d
Bnd Howard. These houses have been
"very completely remodeled; new fur
naces, combination liKht fixtures, hard
wood floors, new paper In every room
and closet. Summer porch, screened In;
In fact every comfort, $30.
AI-FRKD THOMAS 308 1st Nat. Bank.
l'ANDY mod. t-r. cottane; larne yard;
Iron fence; on 24th car line; splendid lo
cation; new k.ih alove; electric lights;
HMO. 1411 R I4th.
New, mod. 6-room house and sleeping
porch, full basement, east front, excel
lent neighborhood, close to car Hue.
bTHiCTlV modern, 7-r., Hanacom Tark,
cotlnige, oak floors. $2fi. Tel. Har. 4229.
7-ItOc.M. modern, :'!bi 1'oppleton Ave.
MoDEKN 7-room house. JM9 Park, Av.,
$3. Phone Harney 16".
627 TARK AVE. 9-room mod. home, $36;
Karaite extra. Carey Cleaning; Co. H. 7307.
6-ROOM cottage. Ill S. 2Mb. St., $1&
ALL modern, fine repair, 8-r. ; $30 B.
29th St., near Mason.
to08 N. 28th Ave., 6-room houae, $10.
Stores, moves, packs, ships; S-horse van
and 2 men, $1.25 per hr. ; storage $3 per
mo. Satisfaction guar. D. 4338 & Ty. 230.
Stores, moves, packs, ships; $-horss vaa
and 2 men, II. !c per hr.; atoraca $2 ir
nv. Katlsiailon guar. D. 4338 tt Ty. iM.
Gordon Van CaSS
tl N. llth St.
Tel D m or Har. 1MT.
2-U S. 3Ski St., rooms and bath
3V05 Franklin St., 6 rooms and bath.
3'7 Franklin Pt , 5 rooina and hath.
PHONE DOUGLAS 2M.
MOO, 5-r. cottage, full basement, reason
able to adults. 1947 8. 2th. Har. 46o4.
SEE the Central Furniture Store's FREH
Ing, pacMit, shipping.
an and Storage
Co. Call ua for es
timates (or mov
1711 Webster St.
(-ROOM cottage, partly modern; good
condition, $16.00. 4J3 N. 84tl. H. 2781.
Pbone Douglas KS for complete list of
vacant houses and apartmems: also for
storage, moving. 10th and Jackson r1
BURDETTE. 2226, 6-room house wlfto
bath and furnace, $30. Call Web. 464.
WANTED Tq buy on niouthly payments,
small store room, with living looms
sbove, In Central school district. Phone
H.-msou Crelgh Sons & Co., Bee Bid.
J I T) J Kxp. Ce. moving,
.L.KGGQ packing i storage,
"N-,1-VVVV-1 ;j.,7 r',mtra 1. !.
SEPAKA'i'E, locked roumu, for house
hold goods and planus, muting, pauklug
OMAliA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
ft S. Ulth St. Doug. 41o3.
$25.00 6 ROOMS, strictly modern; nice.
homelike place; fine yard; 3M0 Frank
$3f.00 6 rooms; strictly modern cottage;
paved street; practically new houae; 1411
SCOTT AND HILL CO.
114 8. BTH, 7-r all mod. house, newly
papered and painted; cloae. In; $26.
2216 N. 27th, 6-r. cot., nn.d. ex. heat, $15.
3i.l6 8. l"lh, 6-r. cottuKe. pail mod., $lu.
53u6 N. lMh, 6-r., not modern, $IS.
RASP BROS. DoUKias W.3.
lores asd Ofliees.
FOR RENT OR LEASE.
At 714 South 13th St., Omaha, cold stor
age rooms appi'ox.niatcly 4uxl20 feet,
cooled with Ice, ruilwuy siding for two
ears, suliable for fruit, veKetablea, beer,
meats, butter. Cheap. R. Walter, phon.e
257 or 336 beuton St.. Council Bluffs. o
WANTED TO UL V
SLIGHTLY used roil tup aenk, not less
than 64 Inched Ions, l'refer new oak
sanitary type, gJod make. Also flat top
deek or table and chairs, tiive beat cuali
price and deecriptlo l. Address C 4-".', Bce.
GOOD 6 cr 6 room, well located, clear
houae, around $j,jou. 1'ay for U in clear
lots. I'o f.ix 4 3
WE ray Chicago prices for aluminum
scrau "istii,Kt Paxtou-Mitchfll Cu.
f.ttiitlv tilvh Kiade piano. Web. 3T2.
Yaie nuyj e i-ythlng 2d hand. VVeu l4.
W A NT ED Second-hand lpMthvr initio
any size or quantity. Leather Preserver
Co.. 642 W. Jackson Blvd.. Chkago. 111.
FARM Jt RANCH LANDS FOR HALE
FOR SALE or exchange, my H OuO equity
In a 163-acre, easletn Iowa farm. First
class Improved land, iy properly or
stock of gocds. For paruculaxs address
Box 412. Wstertown, S. i.
10 ACRES. Meeker county, Minnesota;
I'M under cultivation: clay loam soil:
balance har meadow and pasture; good
buildings; $70 per acre- easy termu. Au
gust Leoson, Ii. t, Litchfield. Minn.
re.il rsT iTE smraaAx
STUDY THE CIRCLES
, c fNSDUNDEE CrUNDEE 3 MILES iX
' I (MR) l lNVbccr. FROM BUSINESS CENTER li W-
ACfESJ ""' " ' MINUTES BY STREET CARj 1
1 . Ltf JeJuRNAn sr. lihcqlw O W,Jm
$10 to $14 a
a Few Lots
Dundee's Newest Addition
placotl on tho market only a few weeks ago. EIGHT now houses already started. No better
time to select your lot and plan that new house.
ALL LOTS ON OR NEAR. STREET CAR. This new addition, between 49th and 53d
and Dodge and Howard Streets, will interest ,you, whether yon want to buy or not. Secure
our prices and compare them with prices in other residence districts.
Phone Douglas 756.
FARM A RAM H LAftJJH FOR SALFJ"
40. M or 100 acres good heavy soil, well
settled part of Todd county, Minn.;
food roada. schools and churches. Price,
IS to W per acre. Terms. 1 per acre
cash, balance tl per acre a year; i,(M)
acres to select from. Schwab Bros., ilUt
Plymouth Rids;.. Minneapolis, Minn.
FOR AII 640 acres, miles from Klm-
oau. Neb. ; near railroad station; iiz.du
per acre. Will consider Omaha (clear)
residence property In part payment. Ad
dress L. Bee office. South Omaha.
DIRT CHEAP My 240-a. farm. 31 miles
rrora Kimball, 3,ouo In Improvements;
school on farm; 1JO per acre If sold
within 90 days. R. D. Wilson. Kimball,
NEW YORK FARMS FOR
RENTER. DON'T BLAME FAILURE
IN LIFE TO LACK OF OP
PORTUNITIES. Hera Is one today, waiting for you to
grasp. 48-acre farm, new house and barn,
orchard, woods, village and summer re
sort, i mile byraouse, state macad. road
all the way. Price, Jl.SuO; $600 cash. $100
ytTHf3 BAROAIN OFFSET'S ALL, EX
PENSES AND LEAVES A HANDSOME
as-acre fruit farm that turn off $1,00
yearly. Prioe. U.400.
WHY TRAVEL, ABOUT LOOKING
luO-acre farm; buildings worth 19,000.
Price. $6,000; $800 cash. $2U yearly. Writ
ft. Ii. fare one way to purchaser.
2424 8. Sallna 6t., Syracuse. N. T.
FOR SALE Fruit farm 1 acres; 26
acres bearing apples, pears, peaches.
cherries, plums and grapes; best fruit
county in N. x. price. iiA.uuu, wua stock
WILLIAM C. METCALF,
Wayne Oo. Clyde, New York. o
UPPER WISCONSIN Best dalrr and
general crop state In the union; settlors
wanted; lands for sale at low prices on
easy terms. Ask for booklet S4 on Wiscon
sin Central I and Orant. Excellent lands
for stock raising. If Interested In fruit
lands aRk for booklet on apple orchards.
Address Land and Industrial Dept.. 8o
I.lne Railway. M nnentoll. Minn.
HAVE YOU A FARM FOR 8ALET
Write a good Jescrlptton of your land
and send it to the Sioux City. (la.) Jour
nal. "Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every Fri
day evening. Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and Bunday for one
month, giving sin teen adg on twelve dif
ferent days for ii; or to words, $4, or 76
largest rlrculatlon of any Iowa news
psper. 250.000 readers dally In four great
DAIRY farro for rent. About 400 acres.
Two miles from Council Fslufrs. One
of tho best dairy farms tn the country.
$T per acre. Apply to George V Clark,
18 Pearl St. Phone 174. Council Bluffs. U.
REAL ESTATE LOAN'S.
fl'4 TO $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Bldg.. Uih & Farnara Eta
CITY and farm loans, 6, 64. per cenL
J. H. Dumont A Co., 41S Slate Bank.
A "For Sale" ad will turn second-hand
furniture into cash.
WANTED Good farm and city loans at
PETERS TRUST CO.. 183 Famam.
6 A.M for loans on best class city
residences in amounts ii t up, also
farm loans Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRI 'ST CO . 1622 Farnam St.
CITY property. Large loans a spe llT7.
W. H. Thomas, State Bank Bhlg.
OMAHA homes" East Vebraska farina
O'KEEFK REAL ESTATE CO..
101 Omaha National. Phone Douxlas fT15.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans
H. W. Binder. City National bank Bldg.
(CITY UUNH. C. O. Carlberg. Hf
u U Brnde Theater Bld. r
reaij estate si ni Rnix
George & Company
REAL ESTATE NORTH sIDB
. Am going- south, must sell, my new 7
'room home, beautifully finished: 4 clear
lota well located, 1 mortage. Price no
object, but must be all cash: also Mitchell
1 special auto In fine condition, furniture.
paint, lumber, everytning goes.
PHONE COLFAX 4193.
New, 4-roora, bath, electrio
lights and gas; corner lot, t
blocks from car; $100 down, $26
a month. Douglas 7392.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
Must Be Sold
This five-room, all modern, nearlv new
cottage Is located In the south part of
city juat off the Deer Park boulevard.
Dandy big lot and nice homes on all
sides. You must see this place to appre
ciate it and we will be glad to show
you any lime.
230 Oiuuiiu .Sat. Halm uiug. lei. li. ijH.
WILL TAKE $300 CASH
as first payment on brand new (-room
houae, two bedrooms and bath on 2d
floor; oak fin. ah, Dutch window, all mod
ern, cement basement and walks, east
front lot, nicely sodded; close to school
and a little west of Hanscom Dark. Price
$3,000. Located 2332 S. lAh Ave.
C. O. CARLBERG,
Sit Brandnls Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATK INVESTMENTS
tunity $29,000 Well
LOCATION East front corner lot,
close In and easy walking din lance; lo
cated where ground values will surely In
crease. CONSTRUCTION First class In every
way, with guaranteed heating and plumb,
ing of the beat; entire building Is as
near fireproof as possible.
TENANTS High class tenants; with no
loss of rent, always a waiting list.
PRFCF5$a.0im, $Vi0 cash required.
INCOME Better than 10 per cent net.
This is a new building and a high class
Investment property, In a location that
assures exoellent returns and a safe in
come for all time.
Full information at our office If In
terested. Glover & Spain
ll City National.
For Two Days
Wa offer 50 ft. on Farnam near 20th
for $48,000. Act quickly.
Harrison & Morton
REAL ESTATEWEST SIDE
NEAR 29TH AND FARNAM STS.
Seven-room bouee, not new, but in good
repsir; fully modern; lot alone worth
It.ouo; will mske a fine, close-In home for
someone. WANT AN OFFER. Cen make
easy terms, or will consider lot or inui i
gsge paper or smaller house as part pay
ment, or will rent.
Ka'McCague Bldg. Douglas Pi3.
Hi: U, ESTATE SITU KHAN
City National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WEST HIDE
EJUHT blocks from the car, In Benson,
Just outside oily, where taxes are low
and where one oan pasture cow free and
ralne chickens on free range and cut
down the high cost of living, 6-r., (nearly
new), lVfc-etury cottage, wltn large pan
try, closets and store room; 100-barrel fil
tered cistern, with pump in kitchen, con
nected to cesspool: electric light anil tele
phone: large chicken house, wired run,
big lied of strawberries; all kinds of extra
selected fruit, shrubbery and shade trees;
t full lots; near school, churches and
stores. An Ideal place for family desiring
to live in the country and at the same
time enjoy all city conveniences, except
high taxes. Prloe, I2.DO0; (100 down. $16
month. Owner, 6206 McKltiley St., Ben
son. Phone Benson 681.
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
JHK1K HANTS. NATIONAL UANK,
at Omaha, In the stste of Nebrac st
the close of business on November lu, 1915:
it P. HO U RUES.
Ixians and discounts
. U 151. 16
U. S. bonds:
U. H. Iono deposited
to secure circula
tion (par value). ...$ 2S0.00O.O0
V. S. bonds pledged
to secure U. S. do
poslta (par value).. 80,000.00
Total U. 8. bonds
Bonds, securities, etc:
Bonds other than II.
H. bonds pledged to
secure postal sav
ings; deposits 38,000.00
Securities other than
U. 8. bonds (not
1 n e I udlnv stocks)
owned unpledged... 64.A42.M
Total bonds, securities, etc.
Subscription to stock of Fed
eral Reserve bank, less
Value of banking house
Net amount due
from Federal Re
serve bank 143,526.28
Net amount due
from approved re
serve agents 1,786,024.72
Net amount due
from other banks
and bankers 1,391,076.96
Exchangee for clear
ing houae 147,669.36
Other checks on
banks In the same
city as reporting
OutHlde checks and
other caah Item.. 63,496.63
nickels and cents.. 2,013.40
Notes of other na
tional banks 47.310.00
Federal reserve notes 2&,juau0
Coin and certificates 610,278 00
lieal tender notes. 72,00,OuO
with L. 8. treas
urer (not more than
6 per cent on circu
Capital stock paid In
Surplus fund ,
Undivided profits. la current
expenses, interest and taxes
Circulstlng notes outstanding...
Due to banks and
Dlviduiid unpsld 37100
subject to check... 4.612.3S2.S8
Certificates of de
posit due In less
than thirty days... 267.278 90
Certified checks llo.810.il
Cannier a checks out
I'nlied States de-
, Plts 73,949 B
Postal savings de- -
Time certificates of
Soft 000 Afl
deposit p a y a b
Total $9.-.00t 08
State of Nebraska, County of Douglas, ss:
I. Fred I. Hamilton, cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly awe a
that the above atatement la true to tlfo
best of my knowledge and belief.
F. P. HAMILTON,
Connect Attest- Cashier.
FRANK T HAMILTON.
. HA M ROIJKKS.
u , ,, , . Ilraotora.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
Utti oay of November, 1916
B H. WOOIV
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Receipt Are Good and Oenveral Ad
vance in AH Cereals Mtrki
WHEAT IS ONE CENT HIGHER
OMAHA. November 1., tl.
Tim receipt of all grains were good
today and there was a general advance
In nil iii .i k' in
The laxlt demand for wheat wn unite
active, some grades of thle cereal aeillnii
at unchsnNed irlcca. but tne bu.k ol th.
sales were timdc. at an advance o( Ic per
t'o-;i i"-rc r.inacd from tc to o
hiht'i. Tin re hmk i-on,:.,irrMhU' ltniroe
nieui m the net , pis of this ceie.il and
the cash ilem.ind a od
(at. followed Torn and wheat In the
advance and sold from unchanged to 'ti
higher. The re.-elpts of rye were ft od. but
those of bailey were unimportant, 'loth
of these limi ne! remained pntcth all
unrhan ;. and there wore very f-'v
salea of either of these cereals "cportcd.
t leai'itnce. were: N heal and fl'ur
et)ual to 2.(a.(itio on.; corn, 61,0 0 bu.; oa'a.
1. vet pool close: Wheat, VtiTld lowt-r,
com. '.ftr;l lower
1'llniHiy wheal receipts were t.Sdi.tW htl.
and shlpint tils wl.'Mt bu.. ngnlitl receipts
of 2. ifkf.nn Ini. and shlptmnls of I.Ml,i
bu. lust year.
Primary c rn receipts were .'64.H bu.
and shlpmenta L'4-.4 ru . ngalnsl receipts
of T.M.iOi bu. and shtpmonis of SSIl.niu bu.
Primary oats receipts were KR4.0O1 hu.
snl shliments 1.404. iV bu , acainst re
celpts of till. don bu. and shipments of !'!4.
0w bu. lust year.
h -at. Coin, tists.
M .nnenpolts 363
Omaha 69 36 2 11
Kan.oas Cltv C4S 31
St I ills 1.14 36 11
These sale were reported today:
Wheat: No. t hard winter, 1 car, $100.
No. 8 hard winter; 1 car, PKc; I car, .'V;
8 care. !7c; (-Rr, 96 V, 1 car. 9Sc; 1 car,
ft'V-; 2 ears. 9tc. No. 4 hard winter: I
car. 6c; I car. 96c; 1 2-6 cars. (He, I car.
fl'v: ; rars Kit-; i ,-ar. 2c; I car. 91 o ;
2 cars, 91 1 ; 6 cars. 9ftc; 3 cars. 89c; 5 cTTra.
Me; 1 car, tCc. Hample: 1 car, ; 1 car,
Mt ; 1 ear iscreeninasi, 61a. No. 4 spring:
1 car Wic. No. 8 mixed: 1 car, 1
car. C.V. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, IWc; I car,
8?e. No. I durum: 1 oar, 96c. No. I
durum: 6 3-6 oars, 96o, No. 3 durum: 1
car, 9i'.4; 136 cars. 96o. Rye: No. 2: I
cara 9lc; 18-5 cans, 9tMo; No. a: I rare.
t"c; 1 car. K9c; 1 car. WiCo. No. 4: I cars.
87r. Sample: 1 ear, Kio. Oirn: No. 1
white: 4V, cars. SJtv No. I yellow: 1 car,
4'c; I car. 64o. No. 8 yellow: 1 oar, 4c;
14 cars, MVtjo. No. 6 yellow: 1 car (new),
' V. No. i mixed: 1 car. 24o; 1 cars,
tuo. No. 8 mixed: V ear (near yellow),
i.'I4c; 1 car (near yellow), SVr; 1 rar,
62iv: 1 car 2c. No. 4 mixed: 1 ear
mew). f.8c. No. 6 mixed: 1 oar. 63c. rj
mixed: 1 car. 63c. Oats; No. 8 white!
1 car. 36c. standard: 1 car, 3P4c. No.
8 white: 8 cars, HTi ; 8 rare. 84c: 7 8-6
cars. 344c No. 4 white: 1 car, 34V4C,;
3 cars. ,S4o. Sample: 1 car, 82So; 1 ear.
3-Y; 1 car, 31V- 2-5 car, Slo.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat : No. i tur
key, li.omfri.ol: No, 8 turkey, Ho(?t11.00; No.
2 hard 97cj !.(: No. 2 hard. 44fr;
No 4 hard, (t?tff'"V. No. 2 spring, 0tiJ
Jl 00; No. 8 spring. 94lritc: No. 2 durum,
9f4'fl'c.; No. 3 durum, 9.'46le : sample,
6hufi. Corn: No. t white, iJt62o; Na
o wnite. tiitj'aniY ino. white, mjjMV;
No. 6 white. nifinir; No. 6 white, floStf
lc; No. 2 yellow, 64M4V.c: No I yellow,
MVoMc; No. 4 yellow, 6.1V4ifW3r; No. 5
JeUow. 63ii3Vc; No. 6 vellow. 6iig6Uc;
No. mixed. KitfaV"; No. 8 mixed, 61Sf
624e; No. 4 mixed, 14'iWc; No. 6
VA-Tmy-iav, 1 t,. W llllJ.ru, D1SH:M(.;
Oats: No. 2 white, SBHOflRc; standatd. S"."
S54c; No. 8 white. S4'7Uc: No 4 white,
34(1340. Barley: MaJting. RS(ff67o; No. 1
foa AfjRtJln II ... V 4 C ... 7. . 1 . X- .
Chicago closing prices furnished The
Bee by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain
brokers. 816 South Sixteenth. Omaha:
Hh. Low. Close. I Yea' v.
1 OJhIi 0644
1 (4,1 0rt4'
634 -4 V
14 M) 14 Kf
16 624 16 724,
9 174J9 10C US
9 27419 80tKi2'
rillCAUO GRAIN AND PltOVlBlONS
Features of (be Trading; and Cloelag
Prices on Board of Trade
ri r rr A nr. x?AU . . . 1
-.' ...-.v., ,-.'. , 1. rt ,nr 1 null. Iliai
steps being taken by foreign governments
U .... I I I .. -I ... ' J . . . .. . , .
' .uuui a, reuuciion u l ireigm
rstes on the ocesn gave decided strenslh
today to the wheat market here. Prices
closed strong. 14c to lVulc net higher,
with eceniber at $1.06SiQ'l.4 end May
at $1.074131.074. Corn gained lo to 14a
and oats c. In provlHions the outcome
was on hanged to 74c higher.
W heat had an upward slant almost con
tinuously throughout the day. Gossip
was current that the British and Italian
governments had assumed virtual direct
control of all freight vessels belonging
to cltliens of Great Britain or of Italy.
Such a move was generally regarded by
the wheat trade as meaning an end to
private combinations to hoist rates and
as an effective method to diminish the
cost of getting foodstulfs to Europe.
The consequence was to stimulate bull
Isft sentiment, especially after traders
(minted out that when lake navigation
was ended It might he impossible to for
ward by rail to the seaboard enough
Canadian wheat to supply urgent Eu
ropean demands. Wet weather north and
oer the winter crop region as well drew
attention to reports of the comparative
scantiness of country marketings of
wheat. Prospects were for a decreased
movement, as rural holdings were appar
ently becoming more and more pro
nounced, but a general freese and result
ing good highways were being relied on
by the bears as likely to enlarge de
liveries. Corn rose with wheat and as a result
of unfavorable conditions for curing and
shipping, besides, foreigners were said
to have been buyers here of the Decem
ber option. In oats the main bullish In
fluence was the strength of other grain,
fair amounts n ( n i . ...t n .1. .
of to the seaboard.
provviona responded slowly to an up
turn n the price of hogs. The best de
mnd was for lard.
Chicago Cash Price Wheat : No 2
red. $1.11; No. 3 red. $l.n&irl.lo4; No. 3
hard, nominal; No. 3 hard, 98c'(jl.fl6.
Corn: No. 2 yellow, old, 66'(pe; No 4
yellow, new, 644iiOc; No. 4 white, new.
f-KuMMrt Oats: No. 8 white. Solttwto;
standard. Sf-tATfc.. H- N'n
nal; No. $, 9.V Barley: fATfUM. Timothy:
9f..nor(r 00. (lover: $l0fty.(i 50 Pork:
14 4S jrd: WW. Ribs: 3l0.(Kff 1060.
BUTT EH Steady; creamery, 2344eJ04c
E'lOS Ijower; receipts. 2 674 cases
firsts, t; ordinary firsts, '4I74c; at
mark, rases Included, jnfj-IWe.
POTATOES Higher; receipts. 30 cars;
NMchlgsn end WIconsln whites, Whic:
Minnesota and Dakota whites 67Hic;
Minnesota nnd Dakota Ohlos, tSSffior
POULTRY Alive, lower; fowls, 8'jll4c-
REAL ESTATE MlW'liitJxAVEOlJS
HAVE about ' city lota in growing
cltv In Wyoming. Will trade for real
estste near or in Omaha. Make an offer.
Address M-414, care Bee.
Notice is hereby given that sesled pro
posals will lie received by the Board of
Directors of the Short Line Irrigation
District at their office In the Village of
Bayard, Neb., for the purchase of flf
l..n thousand five hundred ainkiu .
dollars face value of the 6 per cent
serial bonds of said district until 1 as
o'clock p. m. on the 7th day of December
1916; said bonds are Issued under ajid bv
virtue of an Act of the legislature of the
stste of Nebraska, approved March 26th
1j6, Session ui into, chspter 70 and all
amendments thereto and pursuant to a
vote of the majority of the qualified eleo.
tors of aald district. The Board sxpreMiy
reserves the right to reject any and all
I, Id. and will In no event sell anv of ......
bonds for less than ninety-live pr Mnt
of the face value thereof. By order of
(Signed) CATHERINE ROBERTS
Secretary Short Line Irrigation District
springs, lie: turkeys, old. 16c; young, lift
8K KIRK (1KNK.RAI. MARKET
Qnotatloas of the Day on Vartoaa
NEW YORK, Nov. IR.-FLOUR Firm.
WHKAT-SKt. firm, No. 1 durum.
$1 MS, f . n. b , New York; No. 1 northern,
Iniluth $1 o!A, and No 1 northern, Mani
toba, $112. c. I. f, Buffalo. Ftituies,
firm; liecemlier. 81 124
CORN Spot, steady. No. 1 yellow, 7..V
OATS-Ppot, firmer; No. 8 white, 41tf
MAY Steadv; prime. $1..TJ4; No. 1. $1 80;
No 81 No S fl(,""ii: shlxnln.
IIOP8 -yulet ; Ktate common to choice,
V.(., 21n:v; I 1 4. ,111.1 I'acitc co:im. I'.u.i.
l:'o ' ft! h ti r.v,
HIIiKj tjulet; I'oKOta. :tof,sir; Central
I.iCATIU.R-Firm, hemlock firsts.
34c, seconds, .ti'i.Wc.
I'Rt 18IONS - l-oi k. steadv: mess.
$17.ftifli; 6; fainllv, $?7 (IiL'J Vv ihort
fliers. K.ir.il ( l'.eef. nviet; nvnn,
Ilii.Soi I7.it); fainllv, $i tri(t 'm. ,rd,
firm; middle west. $:t .: n i :,v
TAl.t)V-8teady; cltv, 7Vc; country,
71 74c; fti-etlal. He .
RUTTEH-FIrm; receipt s, 4.4'.'4 tubs;
creamerx extras. 3 Vu .Vc ; firsts, 274tir
;iOt. ; stM-ontls. '3iV'.c.
IXIC.S- I rregular; receipts. 6.4!J cases:
frrtdi iiathered extra fine, 4fi4V: extra
flints. 4'"ii4:r; flrata, 35r!c; seconds, 2X'Ji
CIIEFSK-- Finn; receipts, 1.148 esses.
Hate, whole milk, tints held. siecals,
16'jc; state, whole milk avernse fajicy,
IR ! 1Vr ; state, whole milk, current make,
siH'clnls. i,v,iflc; stste, whole milk, aver
aue fanc, li'.tfC.
POULTI! V-1 'reused. firm: western
fresh chickens, barrels. lRirSSr, fresh
fowls. Iced. 13nil7c; frosen turkeys. tt
yip. Alive, steatl: western cttlckens, lfo;
fowls, 13V"'II"-'; turkeys, lliwkv
Kenans 4 My fire In anil Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 18-WHEAT No.
2 hard. 8l.t-1il.tr;; N. 2 red. H lOnlU;
Deeemher. '.'c; May. $1 0:4.
CORN No. 2 mixed, ; No. 2 while,
Ri'iTiifc: December. rt7c; May. lc,
OATS-No 3 white, S7ti374c. No. 1
Ill TTHl -Creamery. SV; firsts. 2V;
seconds. ?: packers. 19c.
F. Ml t F1 ret a . :'4c; seconds. J2e.
I'Ol'l.TRY- Hens, )l'o; young roosters.
12c; lu oilers IB--.
. . . 1
Minneapolis 4rnln Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 18 WHEAT
December, $l .04; Ms v. SI OK Vu'l "3Tn;
No. I hard. $1.07'.; No. 1 northern. $1.02
run n ( ncnancen.
R Y E - m-'W'.tjiv
BRA N $17.7'(frlS 00
CCRNNo. 8 vellow. tUT!4c
OATS No, 8 wh te. 84(S64o.
SKED-Flsx. 82.0SVrW2 074.
St. t.nnls t.rnln Market.
ST. 1A1UIS, Nov. 18.-JV"HEAT-No. I
red, $1 1441.17; No. 2 hsnl. nominal; ie
cember, $1 M; May, $1.0114.
CORN No. 2, new. lc: old. 8?c; No. 2
white, new. 604(rlc: December. 6c;
OATS No. 2. 30c; No. I white, nominal.
Liverpool Unlit Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 1R.-WHEAT-Spo.
No. 3 Manitoba, 12a 64: No. 8 lit 44d;
No. 2 hard winter, old. lis 4l: No. 2.
Chicago, new, lis 3d.
CORN spot, la Plata, ss.
Newt York Money Market.
NFW YORK Nov. 18. MERCANTILE
PAPER 8iS4 per cent.
STEHMNU EXCHANGE- Sixty - day
Mils, $4.63M. demand. $4.6MK; rabies,
-SILVRH Bar. 614o: Mexican dollars,
BONIVt Oovernment. firm; railroad,
TIM HI LOANS Easy; sixty dsys. 24
per cent- ninety dsys, 243V per cent;
six months 3 per cent.
CALL MONEY Easy; high, t per cent;
low, 14 per cent: ruling rate, IV per
cent; laat loan, 2 per cent: closing bid,
1 per rent; pfferod at 2 per cent.
Closing quotations on bonds today were
V. 8. ret Is. res.... MI4-M0 rc ee. ta.... 41
do eounon n N. Y. C. sob. s....11iu
V. S. m Imv-V. Y. OtT 4w l4k
do coupon tol 14 N. T. Slstn 4m. .. Ill
r. 8. 4a, rog 10SN. Y . N. II. at H.
do roupon 119 ev. As JITtt
Ptnama cowoa..iell4No. IMnlMs 4s
Am. (Hnslttra Ill do Ml
A T T. n. 4m..l07u,r) g L rr. 4s 4
Armour Oo. 4HS.. HUPlt. T. T.
Att-htaos sn. 4s...
Pal. ft Ohio 4s ....
Vn. l"o1fin let...,
-h' ft IH1I11 4UJS..
Hrnn. enn. 4Vis 11
M do nn 4Us..
014 Heallii sn. 4s.
a.1 . I. ft a r. r. 4s 7IV4
H'iBo Per. tr is 1S7
O. ft O. I
M s R P m 4..12 do rrf nw
C. 'It. I. P. r. 4a M o Rstl loJi
(' ft p. ret. 4Vta ststt'nlns Pttrtflo 4a S714
ll. A R. O. rt. ts.. n do etr 4. mis
Rrls -n. 4 TVAtT. S Rubbsr Sj....lolw
)n. nisetrlr ks lOM!'. B. HImI la 144
Ol No. lit 4U Xl' wrwi lie w imuj
III. Osn. rat.
. IIH'WM. I'nlos (HI .. s4
. (MtWwt. Klse. ev. Is. .in
K. C. Bo. If. f..,
1. A N unl. 4s ..,
M K. ft T. 1st 4s.
H Anlo-Frorh Is .... S7K
NEW YORK. Nov. IX. COFFEE-There
was further scattering liquidation In the
market for futures st the opening today
and first prices were 74 po'nts lower.
Offerings were less active around 6.67c
for Mnrch and 678c for May, or some 80
to 40 points below the recent high level,
however, and prices later rallied rather
sharply on covering of shorts and a re
newal of bull support, which seemed to
be enooursged by rumors of less favor
able new crop prospecta Trade interests
were moderate sellers on the advance,
which carried May up to 6.80c, but the
market closed steady at a net gain of
6 to 12 points for the dsy. Bales. 40.(K)
baga; November. 8.70cs; Deoemlier, .7o;
January. February, March. 6.70c; April,
74c; May. 6.79c; June. 6.84o; July. $ 89o;
August 6.94c; September, 6.99o; October,
7(4c. Bpot steady; Rio No. T. 74io; Bantoa
No. 4. 940, Coat and freight offers were
somewhat Irregular, quotations ranging
from about 9.06o to 6.6o for Santos 4s.
English credits, and from T.00C to 7 e for
Rio 7s, American credits. The offlc'al
cablea renorted a decline of l-82d In the
rate of Rio exchange on Iondon, the RIo
market unchanged and Santos 100 rets
Minna Cits- IIt atork Market.
RIOTTX CITY, la. Nor. 18.-CATTLJ0-Recelpta,
2,000 head; market stesdy. na
tive steers 85.0Oif7.ft0: butchers, 84.6tVg TO:
cows and heifers, $4 ffW.85; eanners. 83 60
(M 26: stockers and feeders, $6.7Mf 2-V,
ra'ves, '$6.002.H; bulls, stags, etc, $4.00$
6 1 0
IIOHH Receipts, 3.60 "head: market 1V
rOe higher; besvy. t.30i4O; mlsed, 98 20
8 TO; light, 86.10.u6.20. bulk of sales, 1H..Q
rfHErTP AND LAMBR-Reeeipts, 1600
head; market I'kSc higher; ewes, $4 0o1
6.1.; lambs, $7.0Oj.36.
NEW YORK, Nov. 1 8. COTTON Spot,
nulet: middling uplsnds, 11.76c; sales, 200
bales. , ,
Cotton futures opened steady: Decem
ber, 11 46c; Jannarv, 11.60c; March. 11.86c;
Mav. 1202c- July, 1209c.
The market cloaed steady at a net ad
vance of 6 to 14 volnts.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 13. COTTON-gpot,
bsrely stesdy; good middling 7 0d; mld
dl ng. 6 9)'.d. low middling, $.4d; sales.
Mtork la Slaht.
Pecelpla of live stock at the five prin
cipal western markets:
Cattle. Hnra Sheen
South Omaha 2.901 4.WO 8 701
8t. Louis 8S10
Kansas City 8.VO
Hloux City 2.0 O
Total receipts 18,900 49.700 23,400
t. Joseph Mt Stark Market.
FT. JOSEPH. Nor. 18. CATTLE Re
ceipts 2,t head; market slow; steers.
6 'Jfii.ir.; rows and heifers. $3.7699.00;
calves. $6 60ttf9.00.
HOGS Receipts. 6.SO0 head; market
10c higher; top. 87.60. bulk of sales, $6.2f4
8HEF.P AND LAMB9 Receipts. 4 000
head; market steady; lambs, $7.76ttf8.60.
NEW YORK. Nov.18. METALS Lead
offered at $5 36; spelter. $17 7tiHS.76; coo
per firm; electrolytic. $19 25. Iron steady
snd unchanged. Tin oulet. t41..-fl 2.u.
At London: bpot copper,79 I64; futures
79 6a; electrol vtis, 4.94 IPs. Spot tin, 173
10s: fuurtea, 172 6s. Antimony. 136.
Lead. 2 6s 3d. Hpelter,87.
NEW YORK. Nov. 16. tUMAJt Raw.
easy; centrifugal, 4.77c; molasses, 4.00c.
Rellned. dull. Future opened steady on
covering and a littl support from trad
intei ems. lAt noon prices were 1 lo $
i OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady to Some Eatier in
Spot8 Lambs Strong to Ten
HOGS FULLY TEN CENTS HIGHER
OMAHA, November IS. 1916.
Receipts were; Cattle, lings. Bheen.
Of Iclal Monday 10,S 14,.12
OfJI. tal Tin so.! v 7,-r.,1 t.h- 18.614
orflclnl Wednesday ... 6,478 4.34) II. pit)
Emlniiile Thursdsy .... 2.900 4.Stn) 8.70)
Four davs' totals 7.524 16.978 62.7W
Pane tUo l-t.t week..4l l.:47
Same 2 weeks tun ;ss.tw 14 310 M.0
Same ;i weeks ngo '.f.1'1 9-'4 80.5!t
Heme 4 weeks ato 36 i6 16,4) ln3,.Vl
fame das last year. . .12,ol9 26,)1 44,318
The follow-in tahlo sit.iws the receipts
of rattle, hoax and sheep at the Omaha
live stock 111:11 ki t for the vear to date, as
compared with last year:
lVo D14. Inc.
Cattle 1.07SS.D 829.318 247,.;3t
Hogs , 1.29 .! 1,9 WO 30S.642
vheep 2.976.4:: 2.87r.,67 9'.742
The following table shows the sveranti
prices of hogs st the Omaha live stock
market for the last few days, with com
e. I 19I.V
I 114.' "i;4 1 1!'I2 I Hdl
1.1 I 024.1
1 . 1 S 99
i. t fc4
4.1 6 8.'S.
7 11 1
7 )( 7 73
7 96 7 73
7 S4 7 7;
7 81 7 f4
7 6ej 7 97
7 44 7 9
7 44i 7 93
7 M 7
6 48 ,
I7 6 14',
18 6 2341
till I uln y.
CAATTLE There was a fair run of
Cattle for a Thursday. 116 cars being re
ported In. For the five days the total
amounts to 27,624 head, being more than
double the receipts of a year ago.
'1 here seemed to be a fnlr demand for
raugn beef steers, especially for this late
in the week, and anything along that
line commanded steady prleee. On the
oilier hand cornfed beeves were ex
tremely slow and weak. While a few
choice nornfeds always sell well at this
time of the year, eaiieclally light year
lings, no one wants the half-fat or
warmed-up to pretty good kinds. Such
cattle do not kill out t as good advan
tage as the hard, well-inatiired range
beeves, and packers invariably give the
latter the preference. This means that the
market on corn ted cattle, aalde from
fancy grades, ts unsatlsfsotory to sellers,
not only here, but at every other market
Cows and heirors showed little change. '
pices for the most part being steady.
Feeders, as is apt to be the rase this
late In the week, were slow. Speculators
already had a good many cattle on hand
and were not Inclined to take on vei y
much unless they oould shsde prices a
little. As a result the general market was
slow snd weak to lower.
Quotations on cattle: Kit me com tea
breves, Jtt.ifrHlO.flO; good to choice fed
yearlings, H0fu9 78; fair to good , fed
yearlings, H.oiV(j3 00; common to fair fed
yearling'. $ 6 fiti.ot); good to choice heavy
beeves. $, (Ut 60; fair to good oornfed
beeves. $7 7t yM.oo; common to fair corn
fed beevea. I6.604jr7.7j; prime grass beeves,
6K0H4IS.6O; good to choice grass beeves,
87.tKK0s.0O; fair to pood grass baeves, $ 76
4(7.60; common to fair grass beeves, $ i
6.76; good to choice grass heifers, 8o.76i
6 76; good to choice graas cows, k&.&ottf..;
fair to good cows, $4.7Mu6.60; common to
lair cowa, $17664.75; good to choice feed
ers. 37.Jr.y.OOi fair to good feeders, 9 6tI
f.26; common to fair feeders, $6.50tfi W);
good to choice stockers, $7.6OG.0o; fair to
good stockers. rt 6"ff7.60: common to fair
stockers, $6.6oifr.60; stock be! fere, SS.76
6.76; stock cows. 14 W.7: tojk calves,
lOXU.26; veal calves. $t.00j.60; bulla,
stags, stc, $4.00tMOO.
HUUB-Recetpte. while still very mod
erste, were the largest of any day th.a
week, and In fact the heaviest for any
rtav since last Thursday. About l'y:
seven cars, or 4.600 hesd. were reported
in. making the total for the four da
16 978 hesd. This Is 3 0 sma.l-r than last
week srid 10.600 short of a year ago, out
Is about I.jOO larger than two weeks ago.
Kilppina outlet broadened somewhat,
snd fully a fourth the offerings sild to
outside buyers at prices that were any
way MilOe and In some esses close to a
dime above yesteroay. Tops scored a
fist dime tdvsnre. reaching 3t 40.
Chicago, while still reporting pretty
heavy runs, reacted this morning, aad on
the strength of the advance there loral
packer trade opened stronger, 'and by '-he
time the bulk of the hogs started to move
prices were fully lOo above yesterday. A
fairly active trade reaulted, and a clear
ance was made by the middle of the fore
noon. A few loads of underweight west
erns fslled to sell until toward th close.
The bulk mived at $6.ko.30, wlthh
big string at $6.26. Severel bunches of
the light westerns mentioned ware bought
BHKKkw-Moderata supplies were again
the ordeVof the day, arrival amounting
to some thirty-five cers, or 8.7oO head.
With the exception of two weeks ago thig
Is the smallest Thursday run received
since early In August. For the week to
date supplies total 42,736 bead, being 8,600
smaller than a week ago, but mora than
8.0O larger than two weeks ago, and a
gain of 19,000 over th correspoodllng days
Fat lambs made up just a fair share of
the total offerings, and sold In pretty
good season at prices that were strong to
hi much as loo higher. Bulk sold around
$8.86, and while the good lambs that went
here were unable to beat this figure, lit
tle sorting was done, soma bunohes gotng
straight. As was th oaa yesterday,
nothing very choice was Included In the
offerings. Lamb that sold at $8.16 were
not very deslrabla.
Feeders looked fully steady again today,
and In some cases stronger. There are
still plenty of buyers for the good light
lamas, as was evidenced when a oar of
good 68-pound Wyomings was sold at
18.56, while fleshy seventy-pounder were
bought to go to th country at $8.80. Few
feeding ewes were offered, extremely
plain ones bringing $4.96. A few weighty
yearlings were bought on feeder order
at $6 40.
As compared with th total raostpU, of
ferings of aged sheep were fair, and
prices ruled about steady. Ewea, as
usual, made up the bulk of th mutton
supply, snd best here sold at $6.K, Which
hss been th outsid prloe for th last
Quotations on sheen and lambs; Zaunb.
good to choice. $8. 68.86; Ismbs, fair to
Kocd. f8 .16.25; lambs, feeders, 87.7?jt
8.66; yearlings, fair to eholee, H SOija.JO;
yearlings, feeders. 86 flrtij.T6: wethers,
fair to choice, I6.00fl6.76; ewes, good to
rlic 1,-e. tS.OiM6.2S; ewea, fair to good, $4.60
tj6.ua; ewea. feeders, $4.0046. 25.
CHICACiO LIVES STOCK MARKET
Cattle Weak Hon
CHICAGO, Nov. 18.-CATTl.B-Reelpts,
7.04) heed; market weak; native bee' cat
tle. tS.wmlO 2.'.; western steer, 36.Si7rt.4fi.
cows end heifers, $2.75B.2S; calves, $6.0ou
HOGS Receipts. 28.000 head; market
weak at PV'il"5 advance: bulk, 98.2tni.tjo;
hsht. $S 80r.d0; mixed, $6.9'dI Sb: heavy,
$iiffi66: roiivh, $.0" 2'.; nigs $4.0yn6.7;i
HHEEP AND LA MRS -Receipts. 14 000
head; market weak: wethers, $5.75?6.26;
ewes, a.7r.tj5.50; lambs. ti.t"iii.W.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 18. C ATT UD Re
ceipt. 2,5.0 head: market steady; prime
fed steers. $9.2 lO.OO: dressed beef steers,
$7.MWi9.0o; western steers, $6.60"i8.a6; stock
ers and feeders. $ 'o7.75; bulls, $47S
6.(K); calves. $6.00(110.00.
HOGS Receipts, r00 head; market
higher; bulk, ti-H'M-iil heavy,
packers au) but -hera. $6.4o6.6; lights,
$6.10'ti'6.-0: piss, $j.3o'(j6.4rt.
SHEEP AND LA .MHS Receipts, 4.000
nt-ao ; maraei sirong, lamoa, 4.sv7S.su;
yearllnas. ft.t nj-i.ou;
St. I.onls Live Stack Market
ST. IXriS, Nov. 11 C A TTLTO Re
ceipts, Mt head; market lower: native
beef s'eers, $7 ..On 10.40; yearling steer snd
heifers. $6..Vil0.Si; cows and heifers. 6u)
4(7. 00; stockers and feeders, $6.01g1.75;
south. rn steers, $t.2'4i8 ); cows and heif
ers, 4 Vflt.tv, native eaives V 1 11 00.
IKKiS Receipts. 7.&u0 head; market
higher; pigs and lights, $6.o4 90; mlxel
and butchers, $6.3Ua.86; good heavy. 8U.6S
SHEEP AND I.AMBJ4 Rsoefots, Una
head; market steady; yearitnga, Pi-uiw 2o
lsmb. $S.ou.76; sheep and w 6-6dtf
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