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I tin i..IB: OMAHA. WKDNKSDAT. DKCHMIiKK l.'iniS.
HKAI, KSTATK lOAXg
1 i properly. 1-aige Imdi a spe'ialty.
W. ll Thomas, aw Plate Punk Whig.
MONET TO LOAN.
To people wishing to build
homn or buainesa buildings
For complete Information con
cerning term, etc., call on or
BANKK1IS RTvAT.TY INVESTMENT CO.
Ground Floor Hee Hldy.
Telephone loiiclns yr?s o
6'. TO ct for loans on ia-st class city
residences In amounts 12.t up. also
farm loans Reasons!. le commissions.
PKTKHS TRl'FT CO., 122 Katnam St.
OMAHA homes. Kast Nebraska farms.
OKFKFK REAL. F.STAT K CO..
Omnha National- Phone Oouglns 2715.
MON KY on hand for clt;' and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City Natlnnal HankHldg.
CITV U)ANS, C. O. Carlberg. 810
12 Hrandel Theater Pldg.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Receipts of All Cereals Are Light,
but Demand for Everything on
v List is Brisk.
WHEAT UP ONE TO TWO CENTS
FAKM8 and citv loans at lowest rate.
TO LAND TRUMBULL. MS Bee Bhtf.
FAMM RANCH LANDS FOR ALB.
roR PALE ?40-acre farm. 4 tuateJ
than 25 miles from On. aha. In outnwni
(til Iowa; located one mile uf good town
of one thousand pop.; 160 r.rrej wl tr
wheat. JO acres corn, halance in pasture;
avoi. tiiiuw, la run tarn and o.her neces
sary improvements; this la (tool home,
close to town and scnool. Wl.l sell on
cosy terms. Adureas Uox 577. Glenwood.
i. a. ; bu,
OMAHA. November 30. ln15.
Ths receipts of all grains were rather
Hkht today, but there seemed to be a
.re.ty good demand for everything on
-Wheat was strong, selling from I to I
Corn ruled from uncharged to 1' cent
turner. There were only a few cars of
torn received today and these were
qclckly taken up at advanced prices. Yel
low corn commanded a premium of about
S cents over the white and about t cents
ovei the mixed corn.
Cats were in good demand and sold
frc m a half to a cent higher.
Rye was steady, selling trom unchanged
to a half cent higher.
The sales of barley were unimportant
anu that market remained practically un
Clenrances were: Wheat and flour equal
to 1.57VOO bu.; corn. n.COO ba.; oats, I ,00
closed, r00rttXH; May. high. II. W;
low. II MS; closed. 11.04; No. I hard.
litv.H; No. 1 northern, ll.OMf 1.01": No,
J norihern, MW4c.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Prleee na Board tf Trade.
CHICAUO, Nov. . Kspected generous
deliver.es tomorrow on Kecember con
tmcts tended todav to Increase the bear
ish sentiment regarding wheat. The re
sult was unsettled at the close at So
net decline, with December at II. t and
May at II.07V Corn finished Stic to
fco down; oats, off S4fc, and provisions
unchanged to 42Ve lower.
Although the market at first followed
no decided course but fluctuated nerv
ously both sides of yesterday s wlndup,
pressure later from strong Interests de
veloped to a sufficient extent to put
F rices gradually on the downgrade.
Ilgher aahle quotations had helped the
bulls a little at the start, but efforts for
any radical advance were handicapped by
the uncertainty which many traders dis
played as to the ultimate effect of eels
urea of wheat by the Canadian govern
ment. Sales of liberal amounts of wheat to
go Into store here finally gave a dis
tinct advantage to the bears.
Apparent absence of any urgent export
call was responsible to some extent for
the late weakness or the wheat market.
OMAHA UYEJTOCK MARKET
Cornfed Beeves Slow and Weak and
Others Steady Fat Sheep
HOGS STEADY TO FIVE LOWER
OMAHA, November 30, l!l&.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Mondav 10.S74 .TY 11
Katlmale TuVsday T.ffO S.000
Two days this week. IS.1T4 14.7W !.471
fame days last week.1.4l S.7
Same days t wks. ago.la.ia!! 7. 13 4i.K.
Same days I wks. go.24i.u7S
Same days 4 wks. ago. .'
Same days Inat year..lx,7S S4.M7 SO,
Ths following table snows the receipts
head, showing up. So far this week 23.471
head have arrived, this total being S..VW
larger than last week, but over iH.imO
short of two weeks ago. and smaller
than for the corresponding days a year
ago by 1.4O0 head.
Fat lambs, as usual, made up the hulk
of the offerings, but all the packers had
lair orders, and trade opened out active,
with anything good selling at prices that
were anyway a quarter and In sputa
looked as much aa S higher than yes
terday. Several bunches of the best
Imitin sold aa high aa Sv7, while s
H. IV bought the bulk of the good stuff.
Will finished fed lambs that were too
heavy to suit packers had to sell at
t.' as did some that were very hurry.
Fat end of another out of the Mexicans
that brought tn.bO yesterday waa unHble
to beat is. an, snowing only a frc advance
Movement was fairly active
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Resistance to Selling Pressure
Feature of Stagnant
ATTACKS ON THE LEADERS
NEW YORK. N..v. Jn -Res'ssance to
telling press ore, which manifested Itself
at odd Intervals, was the striking fea
ture of today's stagnant market, Snl.i
totaled onlv 4S10u shares, almost one
thlid occurring In the first hour. Desiil-
nd nearly ; lory attacks were directed against such
Of cattle, hogs and sheep at ths Omaha I Oo hlghei figures. Oood to choice ewes
everything had been closed up In good leaders aa I'nlted States Hteel and some
season. of the representative railways, but those
Muttons were In good demand, and fat levies Invariably rebounded The extreme
ewes, which made up practically the en- , apathy was again attributed to a desire
tire offerings or aged sheep, brought but? .to await the assemblage or congress ana
I'OOn MAN'S CHANCE 6 down
tttrtnftilv hnvi 1A irrvi, rain fruit nivll
ty land; some timber, near town; price ! IJJ.UOO bu, last year,
te Other bargains. Box 4:6 V, car- CAKLOT RECEIPTS.
Jvetnojil flnutit ml h m hnm 1 at ISTld
higher a.nd corn unchanged to Hd higher
Primary wheat receipts were MB'.Om
bu and ahlpments S.Oni.000 bu.. again t
receipts of 2.2KJ.QU" bu. and shlpmonts ot
,ip.,w du, last year.
I'rlmary corn receipts were 74I.OW btt.
and shipments I42.1W0 bu.. against re
ceipts ot l.ntHOM bu and shipments of
K7.0cj0 bu. last year.
Primary oats receipts were S3l,( bu.
tr, ; and shipments I,u74,uu0 bu., against re
cipes or ru. and an pmonis oi
QUARTER-section, southeast Neb., a
good one at a bargain; Improved and
convenient to good town. Write for par-
tlculais. Owner, address K 4.W. Bee.
ff.OOO ACRES fins pasture, Irrigable, big
gest barg in In S. W. Pric e, 3 per acre.
Aodress Y 162. Ree.
UPPER WISCONSIN Best dalrr and
general crop state n the union: settlors
Wanted: lands for sale at low prices en
easy terms. Ask for booklet S4 on Wiscon
sin Central Land Grant. Excellent lands
for stock mlsing. If Interested in fruit
lands ask for booklet on apple orchards.
Address Land and Industrial Dept., Boo
Line Rallwsv. Minneapolis. Minn.
St. Louis ....
t hese sales
97c; 1 car. StHc.; 1 car,
96c 2 cars, 8otc No
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
2 4 47
127 4'J 21
were reported today:
3 hard winter: i l-b cars.
6S4c ; 4 1-5 cars.
I hard winter:
om went down in value owing to ex-
criimi weacner ior curing or me crop. I ov
rceccipia, nowtvir, were aisappointmg lo Nov
the bears. ' m"
f)ats were depressed by the action of ..'
,rn A Klv aviMit kn.ln. V... 1 1 1 ' -"
Ixwer prices on hogs weakened pro- v;0I
aooui me oniy support came jnv
. . Nov,
live stock market for the year to date, as
compared with last year:
1W5. I'M. Inc
Cattle 1.IIH.6M RM.wiS P'4.573
Hogs l.3;S.7 2.tX. -IS
Sheep S.ilM.ORS t.S4.7SJ Uttl.JTS
Ths following table shows the average
prices of hogs at the Omaha live stock
market for lbs last few days, with com-
late. t I 114 "MS I 1HH.I Wl lJj
landed largely at IS.60U6 7&. the latter fig
tire being the day's top, and the best
price that had been paid on this market
Feeders moved sluggishly all through
yesterday's session at prettv much re
duced prices, but demand was very lim
ited ana even at prices mat were to- I
the publication of the president's message.
Suolt recent developments aa the Cana
dian government s grain seliore and ths
weakness of exchange on the Teutonic
countries evidently wers Ignored as mar
Special stocks furnished the only di
version of the i session. Diamond Match.
In which no IfW-al trades had been re
wards the close a quarter or more lower I corded for many weeks, rose I points to
niunnm eniiht n,, K sl. ...! li!. Texas company matle an extreme
corn. A big export business did but III- ' 'J iVnT i Tt
.' W, S '! T 7 80 T '
13; MSI 7 (.71 7 Ml 7 Ml 371
til i t.J i nl t m I u ! 74
Nov. is; S SSWl I 7 SK T 111 S M, i Mi T : Mexicans, which made Sn.io Monday, were
s SS) i w f j ocugm ii r-w, won cins mi mi. ni, inra
bunches of good Mexlcana t ok tK.cKs
K.ui, while c-ommoner stuff moved ail tho
wav from $7.75 down to 17.00.
Shortly before noon two loads of the
HAVJ TOU A FA KM FOR SALE?
VC7lt - rnnl A Ajirrtntlnn of your land
and send It to the Sioux City, (la.) Jour- .JnTT.
pal. "Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad K
day evening. Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and Sunday for ono
month, giving sixteen ads on twelv dif
ferent days for II; or CO words, 14, or 73
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper. 260.000 readers daily In four great
2 cars. 94c: 1 car. MUc; t cars, 3c; I
cars, 2Vtc; 4 2-6 csra, Wo; 2 cars. Sic:
2 cars, 90c. Sample: 1 1-3 cars, !Tc; 1
car. ktjc; 1 car, Hie; car, 75c. No. 3
spring: 1 car. 95c. No. 4 spring: t cars.
lc. No. 3 mixed; 1 rar No. 4 mixed:
1 car. Due; 1 car, 2Wc; 1 car. 90c. No. 2
durum: 2 cara, 4c; 1 car. 93V. No. S
durum: 2 cars. Sic. Rye No. i: S care,
90c: No. 3: 1 car. 89c; 3 2-6 cars, V.
Barley Rejected: car, 56c. Corn No. 2
white: 1 car. 83Hc. No. I yellow: 1 car.
Aityc: 1 car (old and new). 6c. No. I
I cara. 4c: 1 car (new), esc. No,
ed: 2 caret new), 61c
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No.
red. 1 10: No. I red, tl.OfVu l.OR; No.
hard, nominal; No. I hard. S1.OO01.OJT.
Corn: No. 2 vellow. old. BiV-; No. 4 yel-lV0-low,
new. &;iiiC4c; No. 4 white, new, 61 ; ?ov'
tac. Oats: No. S white. 8SyW41c; Stan- ',,v
dard. 43d'44r. Rye: No. 2. .Vii"Hc. Hsr- ov
ley: BSroTOe. Seeds: Ttmothv. f, orvw; 76: i Not.
clover. 110 fttil 18 () tnnatlv tlK VW1T Ml I N OV
i Provisions: Pork. 115.75: lard H 13- rlh
I 110 60.
4 I HI'TTER Firm; creamery. 23ff!i2c.
EGGS Steady; receiits. E.til.l canes;
flrate. 2SH429Hc; ordinary firets. "SWOt
27Hc: at tnark, cases Included. 2m2c.
POTATOES fnsettled; receipts. 60
cars; Michigan and Wisconsin whites,
WfitVlc', Minnesota and Dakota whites.
flOWWc; Minnesota and Dakota Ohlos.
POITLTRY Alive, higher; fowls, 11c;
7 44' 7
T' S ' 7 31 1 s.i
l S I.Ul T Xd f T 71 7 n
' SSV.I 7 441 7 71 T T.t! W
NEW YORK liKVF.RIL MARKET
FARI9 FOU RENT
FARM FOR RENT 120 acres, about 3a
acres In alfalfa. Inquire WaL 1.342, or
PPly to J. C Root.
73 ACHES for rent, Uth and O.
HEAX ESTATE VOR EXCHANGE
i'CP SALE or exchange for clear 'income
property, 640 acres of land. Price. Ix.oo
pel acre. W. C. McDermott, owner. North
JJO.OOO FIRST mortgage, secured on 4,00)
ceres of land, to ex. hange for a good
Motir mill. Schwab Bros. 128 Plymouth
Lldg.. Minneapolis, Minn.
Qaotatlons f the Day en Varloaa
Com mod It tea.
NFW YORK. Nov. 30-FIOi;R-Stead v.
WHEAT Spot, steadv: No. 1 durum.
I tl.14, f. o. h , New York: No. 1 noithern
No. 6 mixed, easv: December 11 12.
CORN Sot. firm; No. 2 yellow. HOVfec,
oats spot, easy; No. I white, 14f4V
HAY Steady: nrlmo 11.30: No. 1. 11 ?
1.27H; No. 2, ll.UfjH.20; No. 3, SI.OHl.i;
shipping, 90c. ,
HOPS 8 esdy; state, rr mnton to cho'ce,
1316. 20ti"c: ini . f.eioc: Taciflc cons;, 1916.
ii'ii.c: 1914. ettioc.
1 csr. 4c: 1 car (new). 69c. Oats: No,
I white: 4 cars, S7c; 2 cars, S7ic. No.
4 white: 1 cars, S7o. Sample: 1 2-1 cars,
35c: 1 car. S44c: 1 car (poor), S3c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. t tur
key. Sl.00fi1.02: No. 3 turkey. SScfill.01;
No. I hard, nc!fi1.00; No. 3 hard. 9"ft9Hc;
No. 4 hard. SHmc ; No. 2 spr'ng, Stica'Wc;
No. I wring. 4li9c: No. 2 durum. 9".
. . . - . mMMI. I - ?
87c Corn: No. 2 whits. tsawetWAe: No. 3i . HIDES -Quiet, Bogota, D03lc, Central
white. 634f!3'4c: No. 4 -white. ti.'H?tf; No. i Amer' ,' .
6 white. 62M,1?-2c; No. . white. tw"r2Vtc: I JL,r A1 ri 1-JK-.F'''n': hemlock flru K
No. 2 yellow, 6Hfl6c; No. 3 yellow, ii J2rt"' ? -. . .
fcHc; No. 4 yellow, (BMetiSHc; No. 5 I ROVISIONS-Pork. Mesdy; mess
yellow. 5H86c; No. S yellow. 66Vrf.tc: $17.50018 00: family. I?1 0Mi22.M): short
No. 2 mixed. S4n4Uc: No. I mixod, 3i i i'irar $19.01.(0. Fcef. steady; mes.
tMc: No. 4 mixed. R3m84c: No. 5 mixed. IIS HrJjn.tKi; fatnllv, sia.0OfiiR.Mt. Ijircl,
tiaec; No. mixed. 63WS4c. tjats: No.
2 white. 3Svfl,7S4c; standard, 3ewc; No.
3 white. 37H(R37c. Barley: Malting, 57-6
!60c; No. 1 feed. 60654c. Rye: No. 2, O90c;
211 ' 7 4t 7 Sl 7 71 S 13
! 6 w t 5, 7 S' S 18
A Tsvl T i I 7 71 a 2.
14 tlVI 7 4l 7 61 tl
2o 1 7 61 7 60 7 69 I W
ru. So'il 7 61 7 44i 7 471
171 S 81 7 6il I 7 4M 1
2a I , I 7 4I 7 471 1 ("ij
l I I T oil 7 ' vi
30j S 37 7 1 1 7 701
Is still considerable Imiulry for
light feeders, a kind which has been ery
scarce so far this week, but the Tenets I
trade Is anyway 2f.ti60c lower than at the
close of last week and most desirable
feeders would .hardlv bring over l.vrs.
A deck out of a two-load elilpme.it of
fed lambs sold today at Sft.lri, but t'i'at
Is no criterion, as the same buyer tnltlit
not have wanted a full load at tns
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Ijmbs.
good irt rlinlii Hi )ClViK Tf. iMnititf fnlr to
f rt'tl 11 I good, s.4rx.5t; lambs, feeders, li.WW
i-i-L: I . ar : yearlings, fair to choice, 8VJfM,
ti I S
93 7 W
.... 1 l
S8i I 04
I I 04
7 07' S 09
Receipts snd disposition of live stock at
ths Union stock yarda In Omaha for
twenty-four hours ending at ociook
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Missouri Pacific 1
C. M. St. P 1"
nlon Pacific 4 2i
(.AN. W., east J
C. 4 N. W.. west 41
t; , .M. P.. M. & O 42 H
C H. A Q., east 13
V.. B. & y., west f-j ;
C. R. I. P 17 "
Illinois Central J
Chicago Great Western ... 2 1
Total receipts l3
Morris & Co
i-wlft and Company
' Atmour t to
yearlings, feeders. H oon.i. wethers.
fair to choice, !6.0ri0t): ewes, gwl to
choice. S.VMkiifi.75; ewes, fair to good, 14.60
6M: ewes, feeders, 4.00t)6.00.
:J2 fed Ininb
(S4 Idaho lambs
121 native lambs
V fed lambs
874 native lambs ,
23 Idaho lambs
Ifttt native lambs
4rt Colorado lambs
to) Idaho lambs
4IU Idaho lambs
Ml New Mexico feeder lambs....
434 New Mexico feeder lambs...
170 New Mexico feeder lambs....
138 Idaho feeder lambs
. New Mexico lambs
7"ti New Mexico lambs
" i ii ek. 3:7 l''"h imb
ttlo. Hogs Sheep. ,,,, fwr
, IS l' ld"o feeder e
I No 1 RSiltVSSc
I ClJcago ckrlng prices fumtshed The
Res hv Iigan A Brvan. rtock and grain
brokers. SIR South Sixteenth. Omaha:
REAL ESTATE NORTH BIDE
1423 EMMET STREET
MUST BE SOLD
Foreclosure has been started and the
wner will sell at a sacrifice, 7 large
looms, all modern, oak finish, fine garage,
tot 60x125, paved street, price 13,750.
BIBKETT & COMPANY,
423 Bee Bldg.. Doug. 633.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
NEAR HANSCOM PARK
6-rooms, living room, dining room, bed
foom. kitchen and pantry on 1st floor,
two bed rooms and bath on 2nd, oak
finish, all modern, Dutch window, ce
Snent basement and walks, brand new,
close to school, price 13,000, $300 down
C. G. CARLBERG,
312 Bra ndels Theater Bid
iv-mi 8. 21ST ST. Just completed, modern
e-room ana nam. nuirei, Dooxcases, ice
box, clothea chute, built-in sun room with
French doors; designed and built by Albert
t(. Jensen. Ty. 1514W. 13,000 cash or terms.
Attk-le Optn. I High.
I l or,u l orH
May.ll OeVAl 1 ;
torn I t
Dec.. 4HI 4"Hj
1 04! 1 05
Cue shy l acking Co
J. W. Murpchy
I.lt.coln Packing Co
So. Omaha Packing Co.
i.inton. Van S. & L-...
Ill I Jt Son
F. H. Iewla
J. b. Root ft. Co
J. II. Bulla
Larely.weak; middle west $9.40(ft9.ri0. j, .,, Hamilton
TALLOW Firm: city. 7V4c: coun ry. W'i,i ,.. u.
V.$c.: sperliil. gic. ' ;othschtld
Bl.'TTER Firmer; receipts, 6,682 tubs; ' i, k , -if Co
creamery extras, 33VMi35c; firsts, 28tiJ2; ; ".iM.istie ...7.......'
seconds, 2Mli27c. . HinAns
EGGS Unsettled; receipts, 8..V3 esses; ' iiuttman".'.'.'.."
iresn gatnerea exirs line, d."iiiic; excra Rctl
nrsia, oliooc, llisia, dot(j,,i.iv, iqluiiub, i
CHEESE Firm; receipts, 4.915 boxes!
state, whole milk flats, held, specials,
lbic; average fancy, lBHc; current make.
specials, lbc; average fancy, lti'ic.
Pnker. Jones ft Smith.
Dennis at Frances.
prnniB, i"iv, ' iciivj, I(nillS Ot Fran
64 I POCLTRY-Uve. unsettled: dressed, I tLtl-er' buicrs .
6814 : steady ; western chickens, fresh, barrels,!
1 14Mi23c: fowls. 124i 17c: turkeys. 17022. !
. 41"UW. f I
43S&I 44H:Kanana City Grata and Provisions.!
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Nov. 30. WHEAT
No. 2 hard, 1.00fnl04; No. I red. 1108
(. liiUj nt
10 Mt4 M
tlllCA(.t I.IVH STOCK NIRHKT
CHICAGO. Nov. ;. CATTLE Receipts,
7.0H0 head: market weak; native beef
steers, 6.6j(t10.O; western steers, $n.stt
8,10; rows and heifers, $2.70'n.liO; calves.
H fKlrii 10 .Vt.
HOGS-Recelpts. 47,000 head; market 10c
to 80c lower: bulk of sales, I6.HHi-6.70;
licht, I5.701iH.66: .mixed, K.nrh90; heavy,
t.36iti6.!Hl; rough, 6.3iti6.6i; pigs, 13.75
SHEEP AND l.AMBS-Recelpts, lO.noft
head; market strong; wethers, S(.l0i,ti.60;
c-wes, 14.1(6.10; lambs. S7.O0'g9.2G.
ll 17 92
S 60 19 2.-vff301 S 27HI
S 72H S 62Vil 2V!
I I I
S 62H 9 40 I 9 424
S 62 4 S 671 9 tiO
MlnaeMpolla drain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 30 WHEAT
December, high, I1.02V4; low, 11. 00 '4;
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
7 Rooms, One Floor
2811 Capitol Ave.
An all modern house except heat. 7
nice rooms, well furnished and deco
rated. A well built house and has been
well taken care of. Good barn, alley, lot
fxl36 feet. Two big fine shade trees In
front, about fifteen minutes walking dis
tance from down town. We can quote a
rice of 32,750 and It certainly its a good
uy, godd neighborhood. Call lis at once.
lio Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.. Doug. 498.
LEAVING City. I owe SIwO on my lot at
(ith and Dodge. Make offer for my
qulty at onec. L-144 Bee.
REAL ESTATfc INVESTMENTS
44 ft. next First National.
S46, 000. asking price. Maka offer.
Harrison & Morton
NOTiCB TO CONTRACTORS.
By direction of the property commit
tee of the Board of Regents of the Uni
versity of Nebraska, bius will be received
until 4 o'clock p. in. Wednesday, Decem
ber 16, 1915, at ths office of the under
signed for construction of a chemistry
ffl.10; December, 96V(j97c; May, $1.01T
CORN No. t mixed, 62mn3Hc; No. 2
white. 62c; December. 61c; May, 64
OATS-No. S whits,, 40j4Oic; No. 2
BUTTER Creamery, 32c; firsts,
seconds, 29c; packers. 19c.
EMOS Firsts, 30c; seconds, tlc.
POULTRY Hens, HV4c; turkeys,
84. I.oala Grain Market.
ST. IOriS. Mo.. Nov. SO WHEAT
No. 2 red nominal; No. 2 hard nominal;
n....k.r tlfl?!.. Miv 11 OKVkAt oRW
CORN No l, MM-mtHc: iso. t wnite, bnt
Totals ....7 7,212 6,(0 13,791
CAT 1'LE There waa a pretty decern
iui. of cattle here today, ffig cars being
icuortod in. This makes the total re
ceipts for the two days 18.174 sd, about
l.OoO head less than lor the same period
la si week and over 6.000 larger than a
hinhV neeves continue in
Kansna City Lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. SO. -CATTLE
Receipts, 14.000 head: market lower; prime
fed steers, tii.MilO.GO; drei-sed tveef steers,
37.001i9.00; western steers, I6 258.26; south
ern steers. $5.00417.00: cows. 14 liti.75;
heifers, 16.004(9.00; stockera and feeders,
S5.5r4i7.50; bulls. $i.50ttA.7j; calves. 6.00
HOGS Receipts, 1S.0W head: market
lower; bulk of sales. $il 30"n 70; heavy,
ftt.5f"iiS.75; packers and butchers. V..40t
6.70; light, M.aJ.66; pigs, l6.MMjfl.10.
SHEEP AND Ia MBS Receipts. 6.000
head; market 10c higher; lambs, IH.40W
f.OO; yesrllnors. H.6fVr7.30; wethers, $5.60(tJ)
6.26; owes. I4.76i7.75.
at. l.onls I. Ire Htork Market.
ST. LOflS. Nov. 30 CATTLE He.
1M4L IHk 1M
not only nere, but at every oincr pome
as well. . .
Cows and hellers were generally steady
with yesterday, there being little chango
in either direction.
Ptockers and feeders sold In very much
the same notches as yesterday, the de
mand being more urgent tor the lighter
i little of good quality, oiher grades boing
u little slow.
Quotations on cattlo: Prima corn.'ed
.ft A wti lc OA unnA t n eboloe fg.l
6Hc; December. 62c; May. S6Vfi6o. lyearlngs. 'K3c.: 1 . , ,, A
O ATS No. Z, ante ino. t wnite 'jariiiia-i, w, v.. ......... ..."
ron lnal. iyeatllnBs, li.OtKu7.00; good to cholcs heavy
. 1 'beeves. .oo48.i6; lair to good co.nfeJ
l.lTrrniMi' tiralo Market. beeves. i.7ii7.76; common to lair corn
rr.imd. with prices tully steady. Cornfeds, jcelpts, S.nOO head: market steadv; native
4jn the other hand, are slow and weak. , )lp,f steers, I7.rni 10 20; yearling steers
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 30. WMF AT Spot, 'fed beev-, ti.4Ntt4t-76: rr.rae grass beev4.
building on the city campus of the Cni-lNr. I Manitoba, lis 10d; Noi, lis d: No. "o0. .
i. lis M ; No. I hard winter, new, lis id; " s r
No. 2 hard winter, old 12s 7d. I t6.85; common to fair grass levcs. 46 2o
CORN-Bpot. La Plata, Ss 3d. fc.i.Si; good to choice glass he.ters, 6.7tl
S7o; gcoa to choice grass cows, WjOc
rnff Market. .;6; lair to good cows $4 6,a?t-60; cont-
rmn wonv vt.. v -v-.c-n'cir ti- mon to fair cows. I3..0&4.50; m od to
...... . -. - - , - . , r. t n:.,. u . .,...
! few Kurnroan bovine- cnoice iecuoi, i,vui.-.
veisity of Nebraska at Lincoln, e-eparaie
bids will be received for Installation of
heating and ventilating, plumbing and
vacuum cleaning and electric wiring lor
said building; all bids on building con
struction and the several installations of
equipment must be In strict accordance
Willi plans, drawings and specifications
now on file In the .office of the superin
tendent of construction In ths University
Administration building at Lincoln. Bid
ders must confer with the said superin
tendent of construction and must in all
cases use the blank forms prepared un
: T-fj- mvtn .luiv'av s Me.
4 . . iKr.nllr.n r a.1,1 aiin,..-!.. i ,,.!... . ' "
... h m fiVnuT. AnnVim.i. markets probably contributed to this
lor bidding purposes. Approximate cost H ; lt ,h Atmnn rn tnnere.l
of said building lncluamg equipment f ?fv'e-nb,a hPter turSed m er irtVr
above mentioned is IJuO.OOU. aids must ba off. "nd 1 Pr,ce." J"".' '1.ll"r
scaccerei reaiisina or a iicii iraoe a-n-
appearance ol a few European buying cnoioe ''' ""-' fr rr
orders seemed to Inspire aome scattered feeders, 6.&7.00; C"'"non to fair feed
covering In the market fir ciffte era, ....6fcM.2.; good to ch I
futures here th's morning and after r.fri-W; lair 10 good aiockera -
opening at an advance ot t to points 7.0i; common to fa r nti.c.ers. So.26tB..60;
the active months worked about 7 to 10 stock hellers. "..MNij60: st ck cows. 14 60
points net higher with May selling at fc6.0; stock calve, Iti.UO 8.. 0; veal I calves.
Bteaay l rsxinan iouxuu o, duiis, ui', civ., r.m
'i...B2-""".? cn'c" M'llnr with May declining to 616c and July. ik
rr"i'.Y "f- .1. rXXZlA XrVz:!-.?? I 0c. The close was l to 4 p ints nto..
University of Nebraska, n the araounu
and for purposes slated In the "lnstruo-
higher. Kales, 31,500 bars; December,
6 51-c; January. i.;'9c; February, 0.9c;
tlons to bidders' accompanying plans ff r1"1;." ot m-
riH Declflcllons. Bids muat ha u.l.H .71c; July, 6.77c. Auvust, 6.61C, ept -m-
and plainly marked on the outside cover I .f- g7c ; , 1 ri- -Tilf,
"Chemistry Building.' or. 'Chemistry
Building jMiulpment." as ths case m y bj
Iheauiig. plumbing, aVc). The right is
reserved to reject any and all bids.
THE UNIVERSITY Of NEBRASKA.
J. 8. DALES, Secretary, Station A. Lin
REAL ESTATE Kl'Bl'RBAN
A Dundee Bargain
This lot is worth more than the price
asked. It Is the southeast corner of bOth
and Izard; size l'uxl.'ti, has water, aide
walk and laved trets. If you want a
bargain see this today. For price and
Creigh, Sons & Co.
608 Bee Bldg.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
New 7-r., aleeplng porch, oak and birch
finish, buffet and book caaea, beam cell
ing, double floors, mirror doors, guar
anteed furnace. Corbln hardware, best
material and workmanship throughout.
South front, close In. cloae to car. Best
buy in Omaha. Owner, Doug. 152.
On a S-room strictly modern, well built
home from owner; hot water heat.
U. 337, Omaha Uee.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
By direction of the property committee
of the board of regent in the University
of Nebraska, bids will be received until
4 o'clook p. m., Wednesday, leceniber
16. 1915, at the office ot the undersigned,
for construction of a hospital bu lum on
the grounds of the university medical col
lege In Omaha. Separate blus will be
received for Installation of heating and
ventilating, plumbing and vacuum clean
ing and electric wiring for said build
lig; all bids on building construction and
the several installations ot equipment
must be in strict accordance with plans,
drawings and specifications now on fllu
In the office of the superintendent uf
construction In the university adminis
tration building at Lincoln and In the
office of Architects Lutenser at Sons la
Omaha. Bidders may consult plans and
specifications either at the office of said
superintendent or said architects, but
must in all cases use the blsnk forms
prepared under direction of said super
intendent for bidding purposes. Approxi
mate cost of said building including
,niinment above mentioned. I130.0UO. iiliia
muat be accompanied by bank cashier's
checks or oerililcates of deposit payable
unconditionally 10 n ooaru or recent
of the University of Nebraska, In the
amounts and for the purposes stated In
the 'instructions to bidders." accompany
ing plans ana iiimiiitiuurn. mas must
i.o scaled and plainly marked on the out
side cover, uospiiai oiiuuuiB, ur jios- .....pji. 374
mav be (heating, plumbing, etc). The
right is reserved to reject any and ail
bids. ,. . . .
The University of Nebraska.
J. 8. DALES. Secretary.
Station A. Lincoln.
Knot, ntilet: Rio 7s. 7Sc: Santos (s 9'4e.
Cost and freight offers were easier w th
sales of Santos 4s reported at 8.8"c
Fng lah rret It. end with Rio 7a quot'd
at i.9uc to 7.05c, American credlL
The official cables reported id vanes
of 50 rets in the Brszllian markets, but
Klo exchange on London was l-3id lower.
NEW YORK. Nov. 30. COTTON Spot,
steady; middling uplanda, 12.40c; sales,
Futures opened steady; December,
12.10c; January, 12 19c; March. 12.49c;
May. 12.72c: July. 12.Wc.
Futurea closed steady; December, 12.19c;
January. 12.3tc; March. 12.60c; May, 128.'c;
July, 12.88c. t
Market closed steady at I points higher
to 6 points lower today, early new crop
deliveries being relatively easy.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 30. COTTON Snot,
essler; good middling, 7.79d; middling,
7.45d; low middling, l7d; aales, 1,0 0 bales.
' Omaha Hay Market
OMAHA Neb.. Nov. 29. Prairie Hay:
Choice upland. 110. Uu 11.50; No. 1. llO.Ooff
10 5"- No. 2, 8.5"i1O.0U: No. I. SaiunjK.iai,
Choice midland. Iio.oufdl 00; No. 1, 19.00
frio 00; No. 2. S.Ok?9 .(; No. 3. .$6.fV,itt o0
Choice lowland. I:i.o010.00; No. 1, IH.OXil
9 00; No. 2. 7.O04i.O0; No. 3, l5.tXxa7.00.
Straw: Choice wheat la quotable at
16 50 choice oat or rye, Ifi. 0054.60.
Alfalfa: Choice alfalfa la quotable at,
11! (Kv-o 13.00; No. 1. IU.oijyl2.00; No. 2, 19. 00
fell.uu; No. . I7.00iit9.00.
At. Pr. No. A. Pr.
, ION) lf ll tl i
Mil 0 I )
, luu w 30 Itili 1 1
lim t & to i 7
Mt 7 to m t M
, M 111 14 7 .
U I M
Ml I 71 4 11" 4 4
t I 00 4 i7i 4 A
Wi I 40 7 Un 6 60
ISM 6 II
107 I 10 11 &7 6 4,
M Ml 1 M ill
........ Tf 06 14 71 Ij
t.l H. 1 71 M
STOCK ERH AND FEEDERS.
Itl ll I Ill 6 S
74 Hi 7mi I ;i
932 t0 I 4? .0
M4 2i '. I Ij
S4 40 1 740 I 10
7B4 to I BU 4 3b
1021 6 7; 1 1040 7 1
and heifers. 18.601 10.20: cows. l5.60aV7.O0;
stnekers and feeders. 1600117.25: southern
s'eers, 15 2,uH.oO; cows and heifers, M.orKai
6 50; notice calves, S6.0rtlij-10.26.
HOGS Receipts, 9.500 head; market
higher; pigs and lights. Sj.7Mi80; mixed
and butchers, .4i"fi6 90; good heavy, S6.M
SHEEP AND LA MRS Receipts, 300
head; market strong; yearlings, f6.60i7.5O;
lambs, 8.:6ft9.16; sheep and ewes, 15.50
(iloux City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Nov. 30 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 3.5011 head; market steady; native
steers, S5.ii8.00; butchers, f46ttoj6.25:
, . and h. irnre. 14 OiVufi. 2ii : stnekers and
i feeders. S5.0(Mi6.0; hulls, stags, etc.. 14.25
HOGS Receipts. 8.000 heed; market 10c
lower; heavv. (!.Wfl6&0: mixed. W'hfiss;
llulit S5 90ii6 20: -bulk of sales. I infi 4"..
mtKRP AND LAMBS- Re-elpts. 2.000
head; no tone to market; wethers. M.iiifl.
6.90; ewes. 13.755.25; lambs, S7.(XVi.o0.
St. Ji-nti Lire tc'k Markel.
fT. JOSEPH. Nov. CATTLE Re
ceipts 3 500 head: market slow: steea.
JH.OOJJ6.7.': ciws and heifers, 13. 751)8 60,
HOOS Receipts. 11,600 head; market
lower; hulk o' sales M.'tVSI 6.
SHEEP AND 1. A MRS Receipts 3 003
hrad; market higher; lambs, IS.OOiffR.t'O.
gain of 6 at 215. Harvester preferred
lo. at ins; wilivs-overiana at ?; na
tional Blsrult preferred 4S. at 12&S, and
United States Industrial Alcohol 7V. at
126. Among the new records were Cuban
American Huiar, wnicn rose a, co n,
. i. l . tt.M u.imu Itil trt H. ttntl
- lieu 1 1 1 ui iv , . " , . - . .
K"od ..,.-. .... nref.t-r.d S to 113. New
Haven waa relatively strong, in mac u
made further recovery from Its recent
low price, but most Issues of that divi
sion moved Irregularly.
A deterrent Influence in inn quaner
waa the action of the Interstate Com
merce commission, which denied the ap
plication of the tumk lines and coal roads
to continue ownership of veesele plying
the Ureal Ijikea. Canadian Pacific made
virtually no response to lis October stale
ment. showing a net Increase of SVAS.onii.
Honda were heavy with total sale, par
value of S5 460.000. .
United States registered is declined
per cent on call. . .,
.Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocha were as follows:
Balsa, Hisk. U. Cloas.
Amerl.an Pest Sur ...
Atnertrsn IrfXNimoclve ...
Amsrtcaa S. 4 It
Am. H. at R. tM
Am. Susmr Rsnntns ....
Amsrlrsn Tsl Tsl ...
Psllls Imrnmoll ...
Kslllmnrs A Ohio
Iimekliia Kselii Tr
'ltfnrnla Pvtrnleuta ,,.
Chliaao CI. W
rhlrasn, M. WC P....
I hlrsso N. W
rhleaso. R I. a P. Rr.
c-oloraito h"ul IV irua...
Daavsr H O. fd
maUUara" Bscurlllw ...
Ilml Nonhsra pfd
Ilreac No. Or rtfa
1 1 1 1 o ola I nlra.l
Itilerhnmugh rna. Csrp.
Inaplratton CNippar ......
Kanaaa t'lty anuthsra...
Mlaa.iurl, K A T pM..
Natlossl lsf ,
Nsar York Onlral. ,'....
N. V . N. H. H
Taolflr T.l. A Tsl
Pullman Talans far
iJay c on. Coppaf
Hapuhllo Iran A 8tMl..
goulharu Pari ho
Pnlnn I'arlfle pM
I nlt4 stsUs Vtssl
t H. Htsal plil
Wsatam I nlon
WrrtiiighntiM ICIaclrle ...
Waljaall H pf l
Intamallnnat Marine pf4.
Total sslss for ths day
!. If Vi
1. 1H0 lt
4. mis an
I K list
I IK) us.
4. an) 101 H 1004
lk W4 tin
lam ii si in in
1 last "tt I7H
4.100 4k f r"lt
l.int 14l. 119 140V
K an sj Mst II
41. .'00 K7st last
I 3110 Vk HlVt Hist
1 40) jut r rest
T U 17 U
oo at ;
Plans to Be in trod woe Munitions Bil1
nd to Boost Irrigation Meas
ure, but Otherwise He
NAMES WILL COME UP 53? ..
WA8HINQT0N, Not. 0.l3p
clal Telejratn.) Senator HltfhcocK.
Mrs. Hitchcock and Mls Hltchcoc .
arrived here this morning and to.
the time being, will make their bomu
at the Shoreham, 'pending, the seieu
tlon ot a house for the congresslono
Mr. Kltchock, epeaklns; of the pa
ttcular actlTltles In which he will
interest himself so far as legislation
Is concerned, said he proposed to In
trod ace a bill providing for the guar
antee ot bank deposit as to banks
under the federal reserve system,
giving an option to said banks
whether they deetred to avail them
selves of the provisions of the act.
Its said that ba waa constrained tn
present this legislation In view of a num
ber of national banks In Nebraska, hav
ing decided to withdraw from the na
tional banking system and take out
ohartsra under the state banking lawa.
which guarantees deposit.
Tu Paak Aran Rill.
Senator Hitohock will reintroduce his
bill prohibiting the exportation ot arms
and ammunition to countries at war and
proposes to push the maasura with all
So far as local legislation for Nebraska
la concerned. Senator Hitchcock said be
would Introduce a bill creating an Irriga
tion dlalriot In tba counties ot Oospeor.
Phelps and Harlan for the purpoaw of
storing the flood waters of the Platte
river In those counties during periods of
riood in order that tlta stored waters
might ba used in the district mentlened
during periods of drouth.
five hundred thousand acres In the
oountles named, according to the senior
senator, could ba mad oertaJn of fruit
ful yield if such legislation were enacted.
SolvlnaT Kln4 Coatral.
It would, In Ms judgment, help solve
the problem of flood control In both the
Missouri and Mississippi and while es
perlmentai, he believed, would solve one
of tha great problems confronting tha
aeml-arld sections of the west.
As to tha district judgeship. Senator
Hitchcock stated he had no Information.
Assistant Attorney General (Ingham had
mads a visit to Nebraska wllk a vtow at
anundlnar aantlirianl and aaamlalna? In la
Ilha ritneaa nf eand'dataa for tha MUngei
st vacancy, but ha waa not advised aa to
tha report Mr. Graham had made his
chief, ths attorney general. He pre
aumed, however, in view of the pressing
need for action that a nomination would
ba mad about tha time congress con
venes. Asked If he would antagonise tha nom
inations of T. S. Allen and a. 1 Leamlsi
Mr. Hitchcock was noncommttal.
' "Their names will come In In due
course and will be referred to the propel"
"Whan that Is done I will make wp my
mind as to my course."
too 1H MS
t too e 7it
, 421 too snaraa.
Quotations furnlaheit by Rurna. Hrlntar A Co..
Ill Omaha National bank building:
Storks Bid. AaktC
Pankars Mortgajta Uoaa 14 14
I .r Cn., pld K M
Kalrmnot Oaamary, pfd lot ids
Flak Runner c:o., i psr cmn iirat pin. in au
Mtftck In Hlaht.
Receipts of live stock at the five prin
cipal weatern markets yesterday:
CatMe. Hogs. Sheen.
Omaha ., ..
..V.M0 62.600 3,X)
to business what
4s to machinery. It ta the
grttai pro vc lling power.
Notice Is hereby given that araled pro
posals will be received by tha Board ot
Directors of the Short Line Irrigation
District at their office In the VUluge of
Bayard, Neb., for the purchase of flf.
teen thousand five hundred eighty-two
i..n. fare value of the 6 ner ctml
o i iui v ... - -
till aad lloaln.
SAVANNAH. Oa.. Nov. SO. OILS Tur
pentine, firm, at 64c; sales, 118 hbls. ;
, S.I DOIS.; snipilieilia, ui'lH-i
stock 13,840 bills. Kosin, rirm; sales,
1 Its bMs.; receipts, t.?o bhls.; shipments,
2170 bhls.; stocks, 6.iM bhls. Quote: A.
i C D E, P. SS.S0; H. SS.82U.: I, f6 HS;
K M IS; M, .30; N, $6.60; WG, Si-76;
NEW YORK, Nov. 30. SUOAR-Raw,
strong: centrifugal. 614c; molasses. 4.37c;
refined, firm. Bugar miures oiajneu iinn
on covering and reniwed demand by
trade Interests. At noon prices were J
to 7 points higher.
. ve'- l t Me'el.
NEW YORK, Nov. SO-MERCANTILE
PAPER lrgl per cent.
STERMNO FXCHANOE 60-day bills.
1467: demand. 14 .7076; tables, S4.7150.
KIT.YER Bar. b-c; Mexican dollars,
HONDS Government, easy; railroad,
MONEY Time loans, weaker: SO and
90 days. 2i2W per cent; six months. 2V4
ti2 per tent. Call money, firm1 high, i
rr cent; low, 1 per cent; ruling rate,
ier cent; last loan. 2 per tent; closing
bid. 14 per cent; offered at t Per cent.
Closing quotations on bonds todsy were
U. 8. ref. la. rag.... '4 Mo. Pao rv. la 44
do on nan N T. c oh. .... 1io
g Ii r 101 N. Y. riir 4is Km
cnuoon i. 101 N. V Hlste 4s.. 112
I . H. 4a. ras 1H I N. It. a H
Lincoln Tal, Tsl . eofn
Sw Htata Tsl.. ptd
om.ha C. II. HI. Rr.. Pfd,
oin.ha C. B. Rr. A B.. pfd
ai.ie Hank at Omaha
R.lfl A Co ....
sulitiurger B"a. pfo
Riawart Warnar hSpeaomstsr
I nlon snack Yards 8lo k. sslv
Chlcaso Tsl. Co. First la, 12I
thlraso Rr. To. Tlrat Is. 1817
Dunda Raaltr 4a. 111
. D. P. M. A Ho. K. K- . 1T...
tnroln Tal. Tal. , till
lx AfiRSlsa 4a, 1MI
Iowa Rr. A IJlht la, IMI.
Omaha A C. ". Rr. Is. Mi
Omaha ca la. 1BIT
Ked Cloud. Nb.. 4s, 111
Houl Ity Stork Yards la. 1IM
Hloss Palla. . D . la, ltU
l-w.ft A Co la, 144
Thuratoa (., Nah., la. IUI
fnlos Siwk Tarda Omaha. Is. IUI ,
Wk-hlti Un.of Stock Tarda la. IM..
Germans Attempt to
Factories in Italy
PARIS, Nov. 20,-An attempt on the
part of Germans to destroy munitions
plants In Italy Is said by the Journal In
a dispatch from Pan Remo, Italy, to
have been discovered by the Turin po
lice. It was learned that the plan ap
parently was directed from Lugano,
Bwltierlsnd, and tha case was referred
to the Swiss police, who arrested a boat
man. In his possession were found two
boxes labeled chocolate, which he was
about tn ship to Turin. The boxes were
filled with dynamite.
The Journal's dispatch adds that the
arrest of a number of other , persons,
some of them connecte' with the Ger
man consulate, la Imminent.
.110 rt. a
Panama la counos. . io rncuic is
ta gmelters ... .112 d Sa
T a T r. 4". ViT'.O. 8 I rf.
Armour To 4a.. 2 Pac. T AT Is....
Alrhlfon sen. 4a ... 4 Pann. ron. 4a
B.I. A Ohio 4a do sn. 4a
( n Paelftr Ut ooSk litartlns an 4a
t ha. A Ohio 4a. IT" 1.. A H. P.
(' R SO i. 4a ... 'io Par. cv. la
p M A 8 P s 4ta.,10m do raf 4
C R I P. ' 4a- OstPn. Railway Is
f.' a g' rf. 4s ... a4,lnlon Pa. Ific 4a
R. U rr r on cw. tm
lm I . n. n uonvr mm. . .
14'- l K Htrl hm
MWalash IX la
IIIWh1. t'nlos 4a..
(II. No l" 4Saa
III. an. rat to..,..
K. C. So. rat. Is ....
I N. tinl- 4a
U K. A T 1st to.
44), Anslo-Prsnch is
. M ,
mo- said bonds are issued unoer and by
tlrt'ue of an Act of the legislature of the
state of Nebraska, approved March 26th.
lsi Bceaion U la. Cliapter 70 and all
amendments thereto and pursuant to a
vote of the majority of the qualified elec
tors of aald district. The Hoard expressly
reserves tns right to reject any and all
Lids and will in do earent sell any of aald
bonds for less than ninety-five per ctot
of the face valua thereof. By order ot
Ihe Board of Directors
I tHIgned) CATHERINE ROBERTS.
Secretary Short Line Irrigation District
NEW YORK. Nov. JO. EVAPORATED
DR1K.I) FRUITS Prunes, Irregular.
Apricots and peaches, firm. Raisins,
)rr liooda Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. SO DRY GOODS
Cotton goods, firmer and more active to
dav. Cotton yarn, strong. Men's wear
active. Burlap stronger. tiHks In steady
Read The Bee Want Ada It Pays.
urviK Kl.li.Ders stsrted out right from
tlm Jump tnU morning buying eserythlng
Ihey could possibly use, ami Leioie the
trade closed more than t.fty loads, or
close to half of the total receipts, had
beer, purchased on outside orders. . On
t.iai rounds they Picked out the best
kinds at steady to 6c higher prices, but ;
later on when trade settled down a little
moat of their purchases were maue on a
Lti.erally steady basis. Some of the laat
aales to snippers did not look hardly I
bK-edy, and in spots might have been a
nickel lower. On the whole ahipidng '
moves were put up at generally si. ady I
jr.ces. Moat of their purchases lan.ieU
mound 16.40. with a r. rlnkllug at I.4j,
a few aa high aa lii.oO ;lid top at 16. 5u.
Opening bids maUo 1 1 packers were as
niL.ih as 10c: lower, ai. some were even
more than that, but l.g se of.ers were so
ludicrously low compaled to shipper val-
t flers were raised until, when they were I rriM ...
in. more than icelOc down, a few hoKi,,n Eiaetrlr hm
started to ruova. tenippers stayed rigni
in the game, however, and general move
l .ent ol killing hogs did not start until
l Ids reached the nickel lower level, where
llu bulk was cashed. At the best lime
trices were hardly 6c lower, and here and
tht re a packer bought a load that was
uioled steady. Qeneral packer trade was
lslrly active and average cost of killer
dieses about 6c lower. A few of the
commoner bogs that were left until the
ilcse acre held at just as good prices as
.. ..-t.l I a - Lln.l. u .. I . . .. . U . .
made the late Irade slow, as puckers In futurea. f.K electrolytic IOh. Spot
.p-ted on alight reductlona In prlcea in tin. 168. future. ,s7 1(e- Antimony.
s,12. i-eao - i" . . , -
Lvsdna Slock Market.
IjONDON. Nov. SO American securi
ties ruled dull and Irregular on the stock
niarket today without special feature.
HII.VKR Har. 17 J-liWI ir ounce.
MiiM v V 4'n414 per cent.
DISCOUNT KATES Khort bills and
months, 6'4 per cent.
NEW YORK. Nov. JO. M KTA LS Lead
offered, $6.26. Speller. l. 26416 76. Copper,
steady; electrolytic. l'Jb.00. Tin easier;
spot 39.2iiH0.25, lecember, Hfl 50 (jiMO.
At Ijona.m: piwi cwoi.
tiitse lnalan.es, but nearly everything had
been sold betore ju o ciocg.
On the whole, prices were stesdy to 5c
lower, lxing string of the packing hogs
rolu at 66 Jo. with a fair showing at So. 40,
ii'ukliag the bulk of all the sales to.Xio)
There was ss usual a sprinkling uf
I'ght and high mixed stuff under the bulk.
SHEEP Receipts were lust decent for
a Tuesday, about flfiy-oue cara. or U.SM)
A. Sh. Pr. ho. A Sh. Pr
.11.1 . . 10 10 t4 40 I SO
1.7 110 4 U 44 I t ... 4 U
! ... b 14 140 ... e 40
1ST tea) 40 71 it M I li
Vod ... 41 14 144 ... ID
.Ml ... iW ; Ill ... ea
1 ... I at St II ... I M
Baak I learlnea.
OMAHA. No. JO. Rank clearings for
Omaha today were Jl.7'i and for
the corresponding day laat year. 2.ta.-
Read Tba Bee Want Ads-It Pays.
Rail Chiefs Debate j
Moving of Freight;
NEW YORK. Nov. 20. Presidents of J
eastern railroads meeting today in the
office of President Rea of the Pennsyl- j
vanla lines to consider bow to move from ;
40.000 to W.00O cars of freight now held
up along the Atlantic seaboard, decided
to appoint a committee to deal with tho .
The committee, which will Include rep
resentatives of all the roads Interested,
will commence Its sessions tomorrow In
the offices of the Trunk Line association,
of which C. Curtice McCain Is chairman.
Mr. McCain said that while extraordi
nary conditions might arise; It was not
likely any of the roads would take In- ,
dividual action tn tha shape of embargoes
or otherwise until the committee had an
opportunity to formulate its plans.
As a preliminary rtep ot n-l!cf Mr. Mc
Cain went to Washington today to file j
with the Interstate Commerce commit- ,
slon an application to reduce ths limit of !
thirty dsys necessary before the Issu- '
a nee of demurrage charges on export
goods in cars. Up to the present goods
shipped to eastern ports for export could
remain Indefinitely in cars without any
demutrage charge. In order to spur ship
pers to the necessity of arranging ship
ment within a reasonable time from the
arrival of their goods at the seaboard
It Is now proposed to Impose storage rates
on goods tn cars.
is Sent to Printer
WASHINGTON. Nov. SO. President
Wilson's address to congess went to the
public printer today. The message,
which Is comparatively brief, will be read
at a joint session ot the two houses a
week from todsy. It deals primarily
with national preparedness, other ques
tions on which the president hopes to see
legislation being left to treatment In
other addresses to be read to congress
after the Christmas holidays.
The address was read to the cabinet
today before it was atnt to the printer.
Cabinet members were enthusiast!'.: over
it, particularly the portion which deals
with the appeal for united action for
Considered solely as aa Invest
ment, the Anglo-French 6 per
cent bonds, issued aa the obliga
tion of two of the richest nations
ot the world, and offered at a
price to net the Investor nearly
t per cent, constitute, In our
Judgment, one of the most at
tractive securities that has been
obtainable by tn American in
vesting; public In this generation.
These bonds are issued In de
nominations of $100, 500 and
Price to yield nearly BH per
full particulars upon request.
. Burns. Drinker
Omaha National Bank Building,
Painlul Swollen Veins
Quickly Relieved an !
Mrs. R. M. Rentier ef Federal, Kan
gas, writes an Interesting account 6'.' lit
suocess In reducing a severe case of en
larged veins that should be sncouiai;lnt
to others similarly afflicted. Bhe suf
fered with badly swollen and Inflamed
veins (in fact, one had broken), fj.
more than seven years before sha be
came acquainted with Ahserbine, Jr..
and used It. Absorbing, Jr., was rait.,
fully applied for several weeks and. '
quote from her letter, "Ths large Wnoi i
In the veins left, ll was all ntoely heaUJ.
and has net bothered me since."
Abeorblne, it., Is 4a antiseptic ll:i
ment healing, cooling and soothing. Bafo
and pleasant to use. 11.00 and $2 00 ut
your druggist's r postpaid. Liberal trial
bottle postpaid for luo la stamps.
w. r. younq, p. v. r.
lot Temple 8t Springfield, Mass.
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