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THE KRK: OMAHA, SATURDAY. DFXV.MBKIl 4, 1915.
piles. nsTtn-A rrnv.n.
Dr K. R. Tarry euree pile, fistula and
other rectal diseases without surgical
operation. Cure guaranteed and no money
paid until cured. Write for book on
rectal d'eeaaea with testimonials. DR.
K. R. TARRT, 240 Bee Bldg.
KIT PTTTR V. ueeessfully treated
U 1 X V IV Xi wlthout a, surgical
operation. CatI or writ Pre. WW 4
Matheny. SOS Bee Bldg.. Omaha.
RHEUMATISM treated successf ully re
sults guamfd. Dr. Bowser. 914 Be Bid.
FARMS FOR RKNT
73 ACRES for rant, 13th and U.
WANTED TO BUY
WE ARE on the market for 100 carloads
of country-mixed scrap Iron. Write for
prices. A. B. A I pern, 7th and Douglaa.
WANTED To buy on monthly paymenta,
email store room, with living rooms
above. In Central school district. Phone
Ptrlctlv high carte piano. Web. 87W.
OFFICE furniture bought and sold. J.
C. Heed, 1207 Farnam. Doug. 614.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
1"0 TO 110.000 made promptly. F. D.
Weed. Weed Bldg., 18th A Farnam Eta.
CITY and farm loans, 6, 6. per cent.
J. H. Dumont A Co., 416 State Bank.
A "For Sale" ad wtll turn second-hand
furniture into cash.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. II Thomas. 22 State Hank lildg.
t TO 6 for loans 011 best class city
residences In amounta I2,00 up. also
farm loans. -Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRCST CO.. 12 Farnam Pt.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KF.KFE REAL, KHTATE CO.,
1014 Omnha National. Phone Douglas 2715.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
II. W. Binder. City National Bank Bldg.
"FcL CITY IX)AK9. C. O. Carlberg, 810-
13 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE: FOR EXCHANGE
120.000 FIRST mortgage, secured on 4.00J
teres of land, to exchange lor a good
Hour mill. Schwab Bros. Iu2 Plymouth
Lldg.. Minneapolis, Minn.
FARM A HAM II I.AMJS FOR BALE
FOR P AJ E 140-acre farm, a.tuated leva
than 26 mile from On. aha. In southwest
ern lows; located one mile of good town
of one thousand Don.: 160 acres wl.ter
wheat, 50 acres corn, balance In pastme; 1
boou house, Urge bain and other neces-
ciose to town and school. wi,i sell on
easy terms. A duress Box S77, Glenwood,
RANCH FOR SALD-SOME TRADE
FEW A3 GOOD NONE BETTER.
Who make the most money, the man
who raises the feeders or the farmer who
frttens them on high-priced corn?
S,M0 acres of deeded land In solid block,
II fenced and cross-fenced, 24 miles of
fencing; 3 sets of good Improvements, 21
room; 2 big barn, 2 large stormproof
sheds, will hold 600 head of cattle; 50
feet of high board windbreak and good
grove of trees; dipping tank, can dip 600
head a day; only 2 others In country; Ice
house, chicken Louses and all other neces-
sary putbuudlnge, 8 large corral, 4 wind
mills and concrete water tanas, also
abundance pt water In spring-fed creek.
l.;i-H' acres of hay land, on which clover
and timothy is rapidly taking the wlU
2,100 acres of excellent pasture, quite a
bit of tame grass.
80 acre in corn, which wa a poor crop
this year, but usually produce So to io
tuehel per acre.
This place will easily run 600 head of
rsttle winter and summer.
Reason for selling, to close an estate.
Price, 130 per acre, or $106,000. Would
prefer S In farm land, 2-8 cash and H
first mortgage on place.
7 miles to railroad town and 17 mile to
ccunty seat, town of 6,000 people.
We also have a splendid 1,400-acr place
W. H. CRARY & CO..
600 Pazton Block, Omaha.
Telephone, Tyler 2063.
QUARTER-sectlon, southeast Neb., a
good one at a bargain; improved and
convenient to good town. Write for par
ticulais. Owner, add reus K 460. Bee.
.THE ONE BESlBWTNVwHKRl!
IN PERKINS COUNTY, NE
BRASKA, LANDS FROM 115 TO 120
ACRE. COME, SEE FOR YOUR
SELF. WE PROVE IT. OR PAY
ALL YOUR EXPENSES. ENOUGH
SAID. WRITE FOR PARTICULARS
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
COUNTY. WRITE ME.
tr.000 ACRES fine pasture, Inieable, big
gest bar g. In In 8. W. Prt . $2 per acre.
Address Y 169. Bee.
UPPER WI8CONBIN Beat dalrr sv
general crop stats In the union; settl
wanted; lands for saie at low prloss
easy terms. Ask for booklet S4 on Wise
in Central Land Grant. Excellent le
for stock raising. If Interested In fi
lands ask for booklet on apple orrhai
Address Land and Industrial Dapt t
Line Hallway. M nneanpli!. Minn.
SO-ACRK farm for sale or will trade .or
lumber yard or hardware. Improve
ment good; brick home; barn 29x6u; good
tranary. etc. Two and one-half mile to
Deer Park. Wis., R. r'. L. ami telephone
line. One-half mile to graied achool.
Good oil. fine location. Price, S 60. W.
E. Dlngman, owner, Deer Pai k, Wla.
HAVE YOU A FARM FOR SALE?
Write a good description of your land
and send it to the Sioux City (I t) Jour
nal, "Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
Mtdlum." Twenty-five words every Fri
day evening. Saturday morning ana every
Suturday evening and Sunday for one
month, giving sixteen ads on twelve dif
ferent days for $J; or bu woids. S4, or 76
word a. 46.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper; 2j0.0u0 readers dailv In four great
Itfc'.AL KHTATE M1SCELLAXEOL8
House for Sale.
To Be Removed.
Frame house in god condition. 1712
Douglas Bt. must b removed before
January 1; leave bid at our office.
George & Company
902 City National Bank Bldg.
On a 6-room strictly modern, well built
borne from owner; but water heat
M. 137, Omaha Be.
HKAL KS1ATK I.NVEHTMKNTH
44 ft. next First National.
145,000 asking price. Make offer.
Harrison & Morton
Ml At 1 KHTATE VACANT
S t"1 FINE lots, uesr car; lit
monthly. Oaner. Douglaa &KZ.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
With Moderate Receipt! and Active
Demand Wheat Advances One
to Two Cents.
C0EN MAHKETIS IRREGULAR
OMAHA. December 3. 1M.1.
Wheat was strong again today and ad
vanced from le to Sc. The receipts of
this cereal were moderate and the de
mand was quite active.
ine com receipts were lair, ana ai-
though there wa pretty good demand
for this cereal, the market was qutie 1
Irregular. tUd com was steady and ruled
rrom unchanged to Ir higher, while tna
new corn was weak, selling from He to 2c
The demand for oat was pretty fair,
hut the market was a trifle weak and
sold from unchanged to o lower.
Moderate receipts of rye and a pretty
active cash demand, caused a slight rise
In that market. Rve wa quoted Hla
higher, and barley sold at practically un
IJverpool Close: Wheat. H4fr3d hUher;
'om. id higher.
Primary wheat receipts were I.Hls.OfO
bu. and shipments of l.iAflno bu., against
receipts of l.WI.ooo bu. and shipments of
1.K1.000 bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were 71.000 tmi.
and shipments of 403.000 bu., against
receipts of 1.700,000 bu. and shipments of
6.0f bu. Isst year.
Primary corn recelpta were M4.000 bu.
and ahlpmenta of wn.000 bu.. against re
celpta of sio.000 bu. and shipment of
897,000 bu. last year.
Wheat, com. oats
Kansas City ..
Winnipeg . ...
were reported today:
Wheat: No. S hard winter: 8 cara. $1 01;
2 cars, 11.00; csrs, We; t cars. ?9c: 1
car. WV. No. 4 hard winter: 7 cars, 9c;
4 csrs 7Vc: cars, 7c: 44 cara. Wc; 4
ears, 96e; 2 cars, Wc. Sample: 1 car. 8.1c;
1 car. 91c; 1 car. H9c; 1 car. Me. No. 3
aprlng: 1 car, 11.01. No. 3 m cd: 1 car.
11.03: 1 car, Sl.wO. No. 4 mixed: 1 car.
$l.or4; I tar. WVfrc; 1 car, Me; 1 car (llpht).
lHc. No. 2 durum: 1 car, 9'tc. No. 3
durum: 1 car, 97c: 1 car. K6c: 2 cars. e.
No. t mixed durum: 1 car, '7c. Corn: No
5 white: 1 car. B3c. No. 4 white: 1 cur,
f2V. No. S yellow: 1 car. e; 1 car. 8c.
No. 4 yellow: 1 car. 6c; 1 car. P3c. No.
yellow: 1 car (old, &c. No. 2 mixed: 1
car (old near vellow). !c. No. 3 mixed:
1 car (oldl. 7Hc; S cars. 63Hc. No. 4
mixed: 2 cara. 63c. No. 5 mixed: 1 car
(old), 67c; I car (old). 6ti',4c; 2 cars. lic.
REAL ESTATF ACREAGE
G-Roora House, Keystone Fark
High and sightly location, rich soil;
house has 4 rooms on first floor. 2 on
second floor. Will sell on small cash pay
ment. Can sell house with more or less
land. Pee us about It at once.
HASTINGS ft HEYPKN, 114 Harney St.
2.8 Acres Improved
6-Room House on Paved Road
Owner ha listed for sale a well located
hlph and sightly piece of land, which ha
Ings: good location, only 14 miles west
Benson, on paved road,
Cw prlce of ,2 1800 Thli
at the very
what the land Is worth alone without the
buildings. Bee us about It at once.
HASTINGS & HEYDE.V. 1614 Harney St
REAL ESTATE! WEST SIDE
Near 25th and
St. Mary's Avenue
Nonresident owner needs money and
must .acrlfice. Houth front lot on v one
block to car line. Always rented. Lot
large enough for brick flat if you want
to Improve this later.
George & Company
Doug. 756. 902 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Two new one with S rooms ench. One
with 6 room. All thoroughly modern.
your cnoice. Term to suit yoi
Shuler & Cary
Phone DoukI. 4233.
201 Keonns Bldg.
LEAVING City. I owe S'jaO on my lot at
S6th and Dodge, Make offer for my
squity at onec L-144 Bee.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
Elegant Field Club
Home Offered at
Built on year and comprising 8 room
and eplendld garage. Lot 60x130. Oak,
maple and birch fin h.
V ery large living room and dining
room, beautifully decorated with beamed
ceiling and wall paneling.
Maid' room and aleeplng porch.
Workmanship, material and finish are
w beat to be had.
This will be offered at a bargain tola
Term to suit buyer.
Shuler & Cary
Phone Douglas 4233.
204 Keellne Bldg.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
You Should Have
Seen Those Lots
$10 - $14 a Month
In Dundee's NewVst Addition where every
thing has been done for the connort and
convenience of the home owner.
J C8T THINK OF IT.
You can buy a beautiful Dundee lot
a low as SI, 100, by paying only SJ6 cash. 1 3d: No- 3 hard wlntsr. old. 12s 6d.
Located within ONE TO TWO BLOCKS 1 OORN Spot American mixed yellow,
OK THE CAR LINE. Graded, readyLt Plata. 6s d.
for building, with sewer, city water, gas
cement sidewalk and electric lighting Featare of Wool Trad.
system In and paid for. 8treeta are now I BOSTON. Dec. S. The Commercial Bui
being paved with asphalt Reasonable 1 lelln tomorrow will say: "The market
building restrictions Insure good house. I fur wool is stronger. The sales for the
GO OUT TODAY. I week have not especially been large, but
Take a West Farnam-Dundee car, get there has been a steady movement of
off at 4ath and Dodge streeta, walk one woul, some of which has been transferred
block west snd there you will see this, rather uuletly. Domestics have been In
complete Addition, lying south of Dodge moderate demand, but foreign wools have
street snd east of f.2nd Jtreet. I constituted the bulk of the businesi, part
DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE. 01 it being aold to arrive. Domestic
To secure some of these choice lots in medium wools are a 4 cent to 1 cent
a high clasa residence district on the higher for the week. The situation at
unusual terms of only 1:6 down and ;he mills is very healthy and tha outlook
balance easy monthly payments. for the future encouraging.
naia wun pricea. 1
George & Company
Phone D 756.
902 City Nat Bk. Bldg.
A Dundee . Bargain
Thia lot" is worth more than the price
atked. It Is the southeast corner of 60th
ana isaro; size, iivni.e, i,as water, side-
Creigh, Sons & Co.
I Douglas Dofli US bf tUdg.
K h,0MAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
flsmple' 1 car (while), M. Oat: Stand-
cars, s,e. cump.f: ears. stc. l" cars.
!"Hc. Rye: No. : 1 car, ic. Ni. S: 1 car.
WHe. No. 4: 1 car, Kc. Sample: 1 car. Vc:
1 car, Me Barley: No. 4: 1 car. 61c; 1
car. 0e. Relected: 2 cars, 67.C
Omaha Cnah Price-- heat : No. ! tur
kev. U0C&1.04: No. turkey, Si "Tltl 0:
No. I hard, WVflll 02: No. i hard. cr
11.01 : No. 4 hard. W'ttf-; No. 2 spring,
il jl.01j No. 3 spring. 7u No i
durim. P7HiT'iHc: No. S durum. .'.T?Cr:
sample, S.Vii!Se. Corn mewl: No 2 white,
M1WV; No. 3 white. 2't1iilc. No. 4
white. caCIHc; No. 6 ahlle, UVT?c: No.
white. R11H.1V: No. 2 yellow. 4V?,c;
No. S yellow, 6'i?c: No. 4 yellow. ii.'tthe:
Kn & 'vnllnw Kllvn.lWc: No. ft yellow.
lt4c; No. 2 mixed. MW'iWo; No. t mixed,
KiMi'dUc: No. 4 mlxel. ."tSc; No. 6
nvxed. SHi:c: No. a mlxcil, tvu,HlS
Oats: No. 2 white. 40'4ii4,V": Htiiii.lnnl.
K ir40'.,c ; No S white. :w,rcc; o 4
white, SSJI.Wre. Barley: Malting, rvfV;
No. 1 feed. SGfMC. Rye: No. 2. fr'Vll'.'lc;
No. S. W4i.
Chicago closing prices, furnished Tha
f'ee hv Iogan Bryan. stocK and grain
broker's, SJn South Sixteenth street:
Article Open. J High.) Iiw
I Close I Yes'y.
lee. 1 10111:
1 IOW.,1 12VV
1 t I ISM,'1
Oata. 1 I
9 SO 9 0-?4
9 67470 9 4T470
10 m ;i fr74!ii htvw
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trndlnsr and Closing
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Dec. S.-Whet mads a 8c
advance In price today chiefly because,
of decidedly higher quotations from Liv
erpool and of hopes that export sales
erpooi and of hopes that export sales ,
would continue large. The upturn, how.'
ever, wa not w-ell malnutlncd. the mar-1
ket closing unsettled at net gKlns of 1W
14c to lc, with December at 11.114 and
aiay at 11.134114.
Corn flnisheii 1c to ln down, oats off
N'fync to n and provisions varying from
U24c decline to a rife of IJ4c.
Kullish cables which accompanied the
Mgl'.rr prlcea quoted by Liverpool had a
good deal to do with creating widespresd
sentiment In favor of lifting the wheat
market here. The dlspatchea from Great
Britain told of quick distribution await
ing all shipments that arrtwd and of a
flesh difficulty In getting supplies a
sharp advance In Argentine vessel rates
to the highest point on record.
Reports of the resale of a cargo of
Manitoba wheat that had been purchased
for Italy did much In the la.st half of the
day to unsettle the extreme confidence of
Larger country offerings with weather
of a kind that promised Increased re
ceipts made tho corn market weak.
Hedging pressure was evident In the Uc
Oats suffered from report that the
bulk of export business was Canadian.
Provisions advanced with I106S, but
subsequently ended lower.
Chicago Cash Prices Whest: No. 2 red.
$1.174451.18; No. S red. Sl.li'4jl.l4; No. 2
hard, nominal; No. S hard, 11.06. Corn:
w ow o'ld 7 4Ai7 4c- No 4 vellow'
664o. Oats: No. S white, 411;c; stand
ard, 4SV'i'44o. Rye: No. i, VJr. Parley,
60&('73c. Meeds: Tim ithy, V.Wy7.7r;,clover,
IIO.OOJ! 14.00. Provisions: I'ork, 116.60; lard,
$.:; ribs. 210 w.
BUTTER Firm; creamery, 23ff8So.
KGUM Higher; receipts. 1,616 cases;
fltsts, 2"XS30c; ordinary firsts, 27C2SC; at
mark, cases Included, 20!&':9c
POTATOE8 Unsettled; recelpta, 25
cars; Michigan and Wisconsin white, 6o?s
67c; Minnesota and Dakota whites, t'.Jj
67c; Minnesota Chios, 6V(i3c.
POULTRT-AHve. higher; fowl, 12o;
spring, 13c; turkey, 14c.
KW YORK GK.VhHAL HARKKT
Qaotatlon of the Day m Vartoaa
NEW YORK. Deo. S FIjOTTR Flmr!
I ! En...? ilSi!..' ntr..''r'n:?'
i "r,"".'"i. w,""-r t'"1". o.kU-j.jo,
Kansas straivhta. SS.4Mf6.80.
WHEAT Spot market strong; No. 1
durum, tl.il'. t. o. b., New Vork; No. 1
northern, Duluth, $1.15,, and No. 1
northern, Manitoba, SI. IS 4, c. I. f., Buf
falo. Futures, steady: December, S 1.164.
CORN Spot market firm; No. 2 yel
low, 824c. prompt shipment.
OATS i-pot market firm: No. 3 whlto.
w0; n. . .
t:AE8ier: I,r1m' fl "H: No. 1, S1.2.
Hoi's Wuici; a me. common to choice,
1915 . )30cj 1914 biflOc; Pacific ceat, 1816.
.'flwi91. &.l0c" r, . ..
HlUES-i3tedy; Bogota, 8og31e; Cen-
die west. S9.55M9.65.
TALIajvv I- inn; city, 74c; country, 7
4T"4c; special, 84c.
UUTTH.K hteauy; receipts, 7.856 tubs;
creamery extras, 244r8c; firsts, 2Sjac
BL'TTEK Kaslor; receipts, 4,674 tubs;
creamery, extras, 3l4'?l36c; firsts, 283c;
KQOS Firmer; receipts, 6,119 cases;,
fresh gathered, extra fine, 3if40c; extra
firsts, yjWc, firsts, 83u&c; seconds, 2t9
CHEESE Firm; receipts, S.761 boxe;
tats, whole milk. flat, held, specials,
17c; same, average fancy, l44Htc;.
IjE ATH BR F1 rm; hemlock flrsta. 8y(j'tlln, more on th, ,00!l comi than
n"iJT5mi5fiSjirv ..d. tifA 0,1 the eommon and canning, grades. De-
'sis i- e-T.iL. s'm "nZbv X,Z .ViV Vi;.. " niana ha been only moderate, ana wun
i ai8.). family. J1.0" 22.50; short 'rV so much low grade and cheap atecr stuff
ViaomuJl.nu. leet. HititUy: mess. Slli.iVi'dl ; ' 71.. ... i.ir..
! "! -yi Is nSrilly 'reduced thYtntiuik
average fancy T-c F """" I Bulk of the fair to good kind, are mov-
LTRY-f.lve?Cflrm; western chick- ! at a range of M ; ti 76. with consHe.
ens. 19V.c; fowls, 12VcPl4c: turkeys. 14-a .'le common stuff selling around S5 0
17c. Dressed, dull; western fresh chick- Volume of business for tho week hna
ens. 14(i(17c; fresh fowls. 12ft U!4c:. fresh n comparatively small and indication
i . i
Minneapolis brsls Market.
MINN FA PO LIS. Dec. S.WHK AT De
cember, $"..064(1.04; May. SI OHfril.OJ'i; No.
1 hard. II. lli ; No. 1 northern, ti 07V
l.!t4: No. 2 northern, $1 .0S ( 1 .004.
BRAN I tx.OiSl'.fiO.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 714'u724c.
OATS No. 3 wl lte. 39ti.'J94c.
Kanaas City tiraln and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Dec. S. WHEAT No.
3 hard. Sl.iil.6V: No. 2 red, SI .AO! .14;
Dtcember, $1.02; May, SI OH'a 1.064.
(XiHN-No. 2 mixed. 644c; No. 2 white,
64 if 64 So; December, 6.14c; May, 664c
OATS No. i white, 424f43c; No. 2
t. I.oola t.raln Market.
ST. LOLLS. Dec. S.-WIIEAT-No. 2 red,
Sl ljfrl.l'i: No. 2 hard, nominal; lecein
ter. 1 .11741; May, SI .0941 .0x4.
CORN No. 2, 64e; No. I while. 645;
Deceinler. 64,647ic: May, 67fttTc.
OATS-No. 2, 41fi414c; No. 2 white,
Liverpool tirala Market.
LIVERPOOL, Dec. S.-WHEAT-8pot.
No. 1 Manitoba. 12e Id: No. 2. 11a d :
' No. 3. Us Ml; No. 2 hard winter, new. lis
Oil and Koaln.
SAVANNAH. Oa.. Dec. S. TERPEN
TINE Ouiet. 64U-1 ; receipts, 201 hhls.;
shipments, 103 bl ls.; stocks. 14,2s bh's.
ROSIN Finn; alcs, 144 bbls. ; receipt 4,
S2X bills : shipments. 11.211 bbls.: socks,
7o,2T I bis. Uiiotsiluns: A. H, C, I), 7, :v,;
F,, F. S'v''S.s6: f. H. 5.S244jS.S,: I.
K. Se.'S: M, S':. N. S6&J. WO. Sii.7.;
WW. ST 00.
NEW YORK. Dee. S.-SCO A It Raw,
firm; centrifugal. 6.2i)c; molasse.a, 4,i:ic:
efiued. steady. Sugar futures openod
firm today on roiniuisslon houae buying
and support from Iraile Interests. At
Itvon price were Mjt points higher.
Cattle Receipts for the Day Are
Light, but for the Entire WeeX
Run is Heavy.
SHIPPERS BUT THE HOGS FAST
OMAHA. receniher . IMS.
Recelntft wt. f-ti lrta Sltoeelt.
Official Monday 10.(tJ4 I.Ti'3 li.4 1
vnicial Tiexday 7.4fl
Offlolal Wednesday... 4.M2
Offlclnl Thursday a4
F.stlmate Friday l.o
K mi 11 4
K ir I3.!
Five davs this week.?J 7,B .4
fame dv la-t week 2."'7 W.XA
Same linva 2 wks. sgo.3S.TvS 1I,W
Same davs J wks. ago 3f.,7:r7 52.17 tS.3S
"m daya 4 wks. ago. ITT. M4 l.7o M.3S
Same davs Isst year..0.20S M.n 4S.MS7
The following table ahows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the Omaha
live stock market for the year to date, as
compared with last year:
1US. 1014 Inc.
Cattle x M S7.30 Z.1!
Hogs 2.W2!mo 10h7.1M r.ft.VA
Sheep LOWC" 2,(W.43: KIS.fiol
The following table shows the average
price or hogs at the Omaha live sioca
market for the last few day, with com-
Hate I 101R. 1M. 'IMS. 'IH. 11911. 11910. 11909.
Nov. 17 U', 1 M 7 fij
6 SSI 7 441 7 9
Nov. IN; S4 T tti T 90
coy. i 1 i4i 7 SSI 7 69
rov. 9"' i 7 44
Nov. 211 I 7 46
111 7 68
coy. g c nu
ISi 6 S9i T W
t 2'.' 6 9.1 7 84
I 241 7 97
' Nov. t t rMl 7 o
mtSV 94! gf "VK T AAI g
IkOV" l M 7 4l 7 61
01 7 691 t 19 t 771
Nov. 9I, 6 SoVil 7 6Si 7 441 7 4;
7 4i ss s t
S SSI s 1
Nov. 27 6 SiW,
Nov. 291 6 3!
Nov. t 6 r
7 H -
1 41 6 12,
7 411 7 47
7 071 9 09
7 H 9 13
7 IS S 02
7 ISI S W
S 09 7 S
6 ;"8 S 941 7 II
h :i4 , a si 1 7 i
Pec 2.1 6 471 7 ( 7 66!
Recelpta and disposition of live slock
Bt ,hfl L nlon 8tock yards. Bouth Omaha,
v,i, ., K,.r. ..i..
j o'clock p. p., December 2, 1914:
RECEIPT -C A RS.
C . M. A St P S S
Union Pacific S 11
'. N. W, east 14 6
C. A N. W.. west 4 21
. St. P. A o 4 6..
C. H. A Q., east 7
C. B. A .. west 10 10 9
C. It. 1. & P., east 1 6 1
C R. I. P., west 1
Illinois Central 4 4..
Chicago Great Western.... 4 S 1
Total receipts 49 "S 11
Morris A Co 119 849
Swift A Co 204 9J6 y1
Cudahv Packing Co.... V 810 K.IS
Armour A Co 2&8 l.SM MJ
Scliwaiti A Co 64.1 ....
J. W. Murphy 801
Lincoln Packing Co 6
Cudahy, from Boo City. 92
W. H. Vansant Co 31
K. 11. Lewis 32
J. H. Root &- Co 13
J. If. Bulla 9
Rneenxtock Bros 10S .... ....
Wcrthelmcr A Degen.... 181
II. F. Hamilton 9
Sullivan Bros S
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co 16
Hlggina 9 .... ....
John Harvey 7
Dennis A Francis 96
Other buyers 238 .... 2,999
.l,r 9.079 4.919
CATTLE RecelDt of rattle, as UMial
on Friday, were comparatively small,
there being less than l.tno fresh csttle all
told. For the five days the supply hue
been about 6.991 head, or some 2,600 more
than last week and about 6,600 more than
the corresponding week In December a
A has ben the case all week, the
Quality of the beef offering waa far from ;
iui;iiv0, on uv gi ine wcavcrn iriHin
were on the "cleanup" order, while corn
fed were largely on the short-fed and
warmed-up order. Demand wa not par
ticularly urgent from any quarter, and
while prices were In pretty much the
same notches aa Thursday, the market
show a very considerable decline for the
week on practically oil the cornfed stock.
It take choice beeve to bring 14.0) or
better nnd fair to good 1.100 to L.0-
i pound beeves are ailing largely at 19 j0
417.60. Compared with a week ago values
,,.., . ...i. ui-, nhiin
' on western range beeves the demand
holds up well and price are fully ateauy
wiih week sco
j on what few cow. and h.lfer. were
I h" today the market was nominally
unchanged, but closing pr.ee tl.ls ween
!, r,,iiv ir,2!w. Inwi-r tha.i luat. ih lie-
of the fair to good butcher stuff is sell
Ing around S5.uuiii.60. Veal culves con
tinue about steady at Si.5n.ij9.j"i. and
bulls, stags, etc., are quotably unchanged
at 4 (n-.bti.
BuslneHS In stockers and feeders was
simply fluL Yard trader all had liberal
slocka on hand and In ihe absence of any
country demand, they wore unable to se
cure very many cattle even at prle
tully fcc. lower than iat week, and the
lowest so isr this year. 'Hie country Is
very bearish at present on the beef situa
tion and correspondingly Ind fferonl a
to loading up will) slock cattle and feed
ing steers even at these nearoca prices.
are ttuit a good many will have to ba
tarried over to next week.
Uuota.tvi.s on cattle: Good to chops
fed yesrlings, xn.OD'fla.60; fair to good fed
yearlings, 47.0HitfS.Ou; common lo fair fed
ytarlinga. SHOG7.O0 good to choice heavy
boevua, SSOOK.iO; fair to good cornlei
beeves, S6.7.i''iS.Oi; common to fair corn-
fed beeves, H.01W.T&; prime grass ooeves,
7.(iutl.00; good to choice grass beeves.
A.Jt: fair to good cows. ti.bUiarj.U): coin
inon to fair cows. H..JVfl4 60, good to
1 holes freder. S6.7i7.i'iO; fair to good
leiders, 1H. tout). 76, coiuniorr to fair leod
tis. t6.2.tj6 2S; good to rholc stockers.
7.Wiii7.0O; fair to good Blocker, So 2;
7.0u; common to fair stockers. a6.2.Va.2.);
s'ork helfeis. 15. 60416. 2.1; stock cow, 14 61
J.25; tock calves. 16.00. 10; vel calvea,
;6.0U.2.'; bulls, stags, etc., S4.2t'u.vu.
K. A. Pr. No. A. Pr
7 1 b 14 1143 4 SO
IS 1U1 44 - 1UI4 I .4
11 1114 1 IM Hv. Ua 1 10
II lill 7 14
HOtJB Receipt were the amallest of
tiny day this week, dropping below 10
cara fur the first tiins since Monday.
A I out seventy-seven cars, or D..V10 head,
were reported In, making the total for
the five daya thia week something like
;.," head. This is almost talcs aa large
at. last week and more than double tits
tin. or me run two weens ago, out 1
b bout 17 0UO short of a year ago.
Fiee shipping buying featured the trade
again todsy, snd beioie they quit bu)lng
shippers had more than a third of the
receipts purchased. In fact, they did nut
uuit until eveiyihing wa sold They
made the bulk of their purchase on a
mus.ly lbo higher basis, paying as high as
4u W for best butchers.
l'acksrs' first purchsse were no more
trail a dime higher, but owing to sharp
si ipplng competition they were not able
to gel very many hogs oil this baais, and
tha big end of their droves was bought
at I' 'y i&c higner figures, whl.e at tha
bett tune they paid Hat lie higher prlcea.
Movement waa very active and every
thing a sold by shortly after o'clock.
Utneral trade wa fully luvrlio higher.
Long strings were bought at Si.4wu 60,
while tha aide bulk landed at 4V"ul 66,
ilh a sprinkling of lights down to M b
snd tops at S6.6U. Prices today are fully
l.V hlxher than at laat week'a rloae, and
k'4 the hightsl tbey have been ini. thre
fl.wa l.t rair 10 gooa sraaa unsvoa, n.r " " ' ' '.. " "
W7 0j, common to fair graxs beeves, S5.2j. H. I. P r. 4a. J7sao. Rallwar la IMS
k,6.a5; good to choice glass belters. J... f - Vr. 0 r4a" Tl4,VV XH" " &.
6.76; good to choice grass cows. S5.&oy ";. ? T u; !! ... d2 "Lai il"""
ha. Aw. Bh. Pr. No.
71 1T0 so 4 M 71.
141 2J 4 4a 71
21 m IJ 4 40 U
II 104 ... 4 41 74.
10 4 ... 4 40 T7
17 a lb 4 IS u.
14 S-4 ... 40
114 1l ... 'I 40 14.
pal . ... 11 4 1 7U.
A. Kb. pr
....Ml 4 s
!a4 ... 4 40
....Ti l. I to
....l ... 44
....Jau ... I lo
.. I 60
bllLKP There wa the usual light Frl-
day run here, only about fourteen cara,
or S.60 head, putting In an eppmtrance.
The week'a receipt total ,RH head, a
gain of 19.00 over laat week and 12, MB)
smaller than laat year, but 4.CO0 smaller
than two week ago.
F"at lambs were extremely moderately
supplied, there being really not enough
here to make a maikrt. One buuch of
pretty decent lambs on the native order
sold at Ss M, and this wss about the
only sale of consequence mail. Of
course, thsy were not the leu and
good kinds are quotable to I , while
choice fed westerns might make 946.
Price are fully steady with the gen
eral market last Friday and are an
wav lie above the low close a week ago
today. A compared with the MkIi point I
Tuesday values are ruiiy liwriw orr.
A pretty good clearance of feeder wa
mads yenterday. tha medium welKht to
rather fleshv Ismbs that were here sell
Ing downward from S0. while weighty
feeding yearling were nought at Srtfli.
Tnrt.v some of the same tenrllnss that
carried a better fill sold at SS 90. Feed- '
Ing lamb that are at all weighty are
anyway SMJHOn and poeslhly a much aa
fi"c below a week ago, while even the
light lamba show some decline, and are
all of lot16c below the high time. The
supply has been very slim . the past
week. 4ii orders are also very scarce.
Quotation n sheep and ksmbs: Iambi,
good lo choice, S,vvft.00; lamba, fair to
food. $ Si'i.0; lambs, feeders. Si.no
40; vearllngs. fair to choice, as.90ws.40;
yearlings. feeders, Sn Tfcttf t; welhera,
fair to choice, S.Viine.Jo. ewes, good to
choice, to.'SitK.OO; ewe, fslr to good, 95.00
i6 75: ewes, feeders, S4 Outff&OO.
2.io Montana feeder yearl'g ewea. S9
rt Montana yearlings
610 Idaho feeder ewes
1S9 Idaho feeder ewes
so native ewe
t:i Montana ewea
SU! native ewe
416 Idaho ewea
140 Montana feeder lamb..
674 Idaho ewe
476 Wyoming feeder ewe...
26 native lamb
612 Idaho lamb
279 Wyoming lamba ........
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Demand for Cattle Steady Hog
Weak Sheep trona-.
CHICAGO, Deo. S. CATTLE Receipt.
2.000 head: market steady; native beef
steers, Siv6n'10.Fi0: western sfeers, S6.2'lt'
9 29; cows and heifer. 22 6Mte.25; calves,
HOGS Receipt. 29,000 head: market
weak at lOo above; bulk of eales. I 9"1)
S.K.',; light SSKt.7l: mixed. SA.10ttf.96;
hesvjr, S6.40fl ; rough, IA.40rfK.66; pigs,
PHKKP AND I.AMRS TteoehMe, 7.0no
hesd; market strong; wethers, 6.0V!96.&0;
ewes, 4.1(Vy.10; lambs. 7.00iit.a.
94. tntala Live Ntock Market.
BT. IXTI8, Dec. S CATTLK Receipts.
2.6110 head; market steady; native beef
steers. S7.60fi'10.20; yearling steer and
heifers, SHw'10.'JO; Cows S.VaO7.00; atock
ers nnd feedens, S5.00rfi7.26; southern steers,
l;avtsx.60: cows and heifer. S4.OOtf4.60:
native calvea, $6 0010.60.
HOOS Recelpta. 11,200 head: market
higher; pigs and lluhts, S5.7MI. 90; mixed
ml butcher. S6.604M HO; good heavy, 16 90
SliKFJP AND IMBS Receipt, 900
head, market steady; ycarllnga, $,60.t(i
7 60; Inmbs, t.XaV.hi; sheep and ewes,
Kansas City Live fttnok Market.
KANSAS C1TT, Deo. 9 CATT LIC Re
ceipts. 400 head: market steady; prim
feil steers, S9.S54T10.00; dressed beef steers,
Si.0oti9.00; western steers, S.26ff 26; stock
ers and feeders. 9f 7.60; bulls, II
6.76: calvea, SA.ootr9.2fi.
HfXS Receipts, A.fliW besd: market
higher; bulk of sales, SA.4i.70; heavy,
SAtVJti6.76; stockers and butchers, SA.tiOiol
6.70; lights, SA Sf,f(;W.Ar: plus, SViVvti 15.
HHKBI' AND LAMBS Receipts, 4,200
head; market strong; Ismbs, tx SrjftH.oO;
yearlings, $fi 60ii7.40; wether, S6.oOJi,36;
f'loex City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, Dee. 8 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 600 head; market atesdv: butchers,
S4 Stfl.2R; western steer S6.2Vg7 V; cow
and heifers, S4.10fW Si- calve. I4.50V1W;
bull, stilts, etc., Sl.Ki.?6.
HOGS Receipts, 7,M0 hd; market 60
to lc higher; hevy, S6.4o?r.60; mixed,
S.2Mi6.40; light Sb.0uj2t.: bulk of alea.
SHBBP AND LAMBS Receipt. 1.600
head; market steady; ewes, S&.OO; lambs,
Bt. Joaeph Live BtoeSt Market.
ST. JOSKPH. Mo.. Deo. S. CATTL.15
Recelpta. 400 head; market steady; steers.
S6.OlKo4.00; cows and helfors, i3.60).76;
HOGS Receipts, 6,000 head; market
higher; bulk of sales. Sf!.4ifafl.60.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts S.600
head; market ateady; lamb, SH.0Otf3.80.
stork In glarkt.
Receipt of live stock at ths five prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha 1.2M) 6,:i 8.M0
Sioux City 6 7.0
Kansas City 400 6 H.0
St. Lou la , S.o II.200
Chicago 2.00 :,om
..6.7(0 67.30) 16,500
New York Moaey Market.
NFW YORK, Deo. S. MERCANTILE
PAPBR 244tfS per cent.
STERLING KXCHANOF. Sixty -day
bills. 14 M; demand, S4.7036; cables, 14.7110
SILVER Bar, 66c; Mexican dollars.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
TIME; LOANS Steady; sixty days. 24
per cent: ninety days, S42 per cent;
six montha, 2NfrS per cent.
CALL MONEY Steady; high. 2 per
cent; low, 1H per cent; ruling rate, 1
Closing quotations on bond today wr
V. 8. rrf. is. rag.... !4 Mo. Far. ct. I 46
do cxi noon tt N. Y. C. dab. 4a. ...111
V B. ia. ras ISI'iN. Y, rilr ma pv
do roupon lOP.'S. Y. Hula lUi ..lllw
II. S. 4a. rag lou4N. Y N. H. A H.
do counoa lid cv. a j
Panama a ooubos. .101 No Paclilo 4 ts
Am Smaltan 4a....)ls do la Ma
A T. A T. e. 4'4a..lrr O rt. u. rat 4a ,74
Armour A Oo. SS'afar. T. A T as 44
Alrhlaon ran. 4a. . . . 1M rm roa mi )(iji
llal. (Mil 4a. Hta do ran. 44a IU1.14
t en. racina iar pr.ifiini gas. M f
lira. A Ohio 44s. . VI L A H. P. r. 4a 71
11. A Q. 1. 4a. ... Mtto. Pao. at. ta 1i4s
ian. fciactrlc 4a.
106 1' H. Hla ta 101 S
IHSWaoaah lat bm lia
I 'Wast, fnlon 4Sl Hi
l '. Klao. t. Is. 114
4SAnalo-Franrk la ... lis
1,1. No lit 4Ss...
III. Can rat. 4a ...
K. C. Bo. rat. H .
1. A N. unl 4a ...
M. K. A T. lit 4a.
OMAHA. Dec. S. Bank clearings for
On. ah a today were t3,W4,,1M,S4. and for
the corrs;ondlng day last year 1.1,27.
6?0.66. Coffee Market.
NHJW YORK. Dee. S COFFER
Future market was wry quiet today and
tlier waa very little thanu In price.
The opening was unchanged to 1 point
lower and the market Hused 1 point
higher to 1 point lower, with May con
tracts S'lllng at 6 6c. whlia t-'tptember
rnngea netween ii:k; ana h.NSc. rales
6,750 bsgs; December, 6 5 c; January, ii.c;
February. 6.61c: March. .t;4c: Anrll. aiLV:
1 May, .h.c: June, s.,ic; July, t.7'.c; u
guat, S.KOc; r'epteinber, Sf.o; October, 6 Wc.
Spot coffee quiet; JUu 7s, 7nc, 9ant.ui
NEW YORK. Dec. S COTTON Spot,
steady; middling uplands, Z.Hx-; sales,
Futures opened barely steady; Decem
ber, 11 S.Sc; January. 12 40c; March, 12. 60c;
May. 12 HSe; July, 11 4c.
LIVERPOOL, Dec. 3 - COTTON-Bpot.
eaxlar; good middling, 7s7cd; middling.
7.&d; low mldlliig, ilr.'d. Sales, k.ouO
I.oodoa Stuck Market.
IONDON. Dec. S American securities
were dull and aagglng 011 I lie et'Kk mar
ket today In ympaihy with New York
but reports of further Urge sale of
bond were confirmed
HILVKR Bar. 26 7-16.1; per ounce.
MONEY 44 percent. Discount rates:
Short bills. GV per cent; three inumhi,
44 per cent.
NEW YORK. Iec. 3. M KTA 1.8 Tohe
exchange ouoted lead. offered, frdi.
Spelter, S14 7Vp'17 26. Copper, nulet; rlev.
4iv.lytlc. fl.7r'JO.U0. Iron, sleazy and
tinchanged. Iii, firm; S.76(jjs as. At
London: Spot coper, 7o 6; futurea,
l7s l.'.s; electrolytic, f( los. Spot tin,
(Ins: futures. D67 10. Antimony, all-J.
Lead. 4.4 6. Spoiler. 3.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Trs.de Less Active, but More Re
sponsive to Constructive
GERMAN EXCHANGE IS LOWER
NEW YORK. Dec. 3 The market wss
leas active but more responsive to con
structive conditions today, throwing off
much of Its peselmlsm of th previous
session and closing with moderate hut
general galna la the early dealings eonm
irregularity was observed, mainly as a
reauit of renewed pressure from bearish
London waa again a moderate seller of
our aecurltlra here, but almost th only
reflect.on of the foreign situation wa
seen In another low record for German
rtchangr. Marks fell to s'114. a decline
of 4 from Its recent minimum quotation,
with an easier tendency for sterling and
francs Reports from the allies gave
denial to reports of a cancellation of war
orders snd that class of stock held rela
Rails furnished a basis for confidence
hv their quiet strength. Canadian Pacific
r roving th onlv notable exception,
"nlon Paclflo. Southern Pacific and oth
er were higher by a point. I'nlted
State Steel easily recovered Its loss of
tha previous day. gaining IS at MV
Steel s tonnage figure for Novemler
appear a week from today and forecast
indicate a gain over the remarkable in
crease shown by the October elatement.
Bethlehem steal was unquoted until th
final hour when it opened at 4M, a loss
of tsn point, but it on roe to 476.
Copper of all elss were firm and
slmost two score of issues, comprising in
dustrlsls, equipment, oils and automo
bile stocks were two to ten point higher.
Tots I sale of stock amouaUd to 47S.OU0
Number of sale and leading quotation
on stocks were as follows:
al. Hisa Low. ciox.
Amrl-an ltt gusar....
Amerliiaa Lseoamlivs ....
Anwlraa K a R. ........
Am. g. A K. M
Am. Sonu- KaflDlni
Amnriran Tl. T )....
Raid win Ijaromotlve
BMllhn HtMl .,
Brnoklrn Kpi4 Tr
i kmiMK a obis
Chiraso . W
Chlrasa, M. A St. P...,
ttilcaiin A N. W
Chlasao, R. I. P. Ry.,
t'nloraile rSial A Iroa...,
ruclnl Slee) ,
lienrar 4 H. II. ft ,
IMMlllem' Mrurttlas ....
. !." II tt4
JHo 71 a, 71", il
7 rn SIS " 14
.ess H 1
It. MS Mi4 . riS 4k
oa 111 lKi! iiov,
Lo III lli liw
soo 1K l1 lVii
ll.Mn stk M SH
lino Ma4 cs 114
4. 7 M ai i wtt
t 47 4W 44
lfi 4 r loit
l.sno ft . tt .
IW la4' ISI 4 1U14
Mas) nt so
t.im si4 ria,
lT M Ua H
4S 1 1SH l4
lion 44a ISSa 44
1.4ns 4H1 4 4i
l.loo TI4 114 '14
4W T7H t?4 17
K 471 44 v 404
14 Mm t4 414 4s
SKI 174 17I4j 174'
n 14 1144 1
4.7re 44 44 s,
T.mo ins ins ton
I a tt n tt
1.4" B14 K4 (14
M 14 U 4
4.4fl ft 41 IH
.. 114 1114 lit,
lo 17 II .
100 414 141 l
tan s 4 4
no last 14 14
4.e m Ml 4 lois
4 74 4 74V "4
t.seo 1174 niva H74
lim 114 ills lus
1.IMI) 144 II S
SM 414 44 4!S
4.400 HS S IDS
1 40s ns tss t4
I 0M 114 v 11 IIS
IM M 44 44
lofcia 1014 mi
4I"S IM 14 ibis
l.sno 174 tn Ms
. til (074 Sios
S.400 1114 1174 1S
,ono as MS S4
W 1114 114 lifts
m i . it 11s
1,o s4 74 sis
S.4)no T7 . 71 74
Alio 471 40 4
SsMI H4 SS MS
Yl tne 17 16 MS
Orat Northern vtd ,
nraat N. Ora etfl
lntartoenugh us. Osr.
Kanaaa Our aoutharm...
iMihntlls A. Nluhrllla..
Mlanmirl K. a T. fd...
Nevada Cnftpar t.
N. T.. N H H
Norfolk A Weataro
Paclflo Tal. T
Pullman False Oar
liar con. t:nppr
Kapiiblie Iron A Staal...
Slnalham Kail war
Htiinahnker fompany ...
ttnlon i-aclfle r4
t'nllad matea meal
II. 4. Steel rf
t'tah CopTier '.Ac..'.
Waatara I nlon
Waatlnahooaa Blactrlo .,
Montana rowsr ,
Wahaak B pt
TotaJ aaloa tor tha dar. 471.000 ahares.
n tim. m.,i.
n" On! Market.
NEW YORK, Deo. S. DRY OOODS-
Cotton rood firm today w'th 1 trade oulta
active In array cloth. W Ide hetlni
" . . T""V . inn, wooi
market very firm at top prices.
Net Heir n Intra Increase.
CLEVFI AND. O., Dee. S,-Th October
report of the Nickel Plate railroad made
public today, shows that the gross earn
ings were tl.SS2.TO0, as aralnst SI. 22. 446
last year. The net earnings were 1369,120,
as against 1196.642 laat year.
EAT APPLES AND BE GOOD
A I'roae Poem of Joy Reeled Off
the Kplenre' Palalaar
Solemnly enough, the London Chronicle
relates that a former governor of Mil
bank prison said that h "always had
hope of th final reformation of a pris
oner, no matter how violent pr depraved
he might be, so long as h retained an
appetite for apple pie." .
Everybody hss known for a long time
that apple were good and good for peo
ple. What other morsel of th gods com
bine o truly and delicately th aephyr
of June, the glow of July, the fragrance
of summer rains, the sharpneaa of early
frost, the richness of th earth and the
splendor of the heaven T What boy waa
ever worth counting who did not rat more
apple than h ought? And what man,
with the epicure's touch added to hi boy
ish love, doe not at th bottom of hi
heart recognise that to put apples be
tween flaky crusts W to mingle nsctar
and ambrosia? Let th frost be never so
thick on the pumpkin and the choppers
grind their mincemeat never o fine
these are for 'occasions. But apple pie
Is for living.
But about apple pie and moral. We
think that fairly evident. It not a
cause, but a test. What it mean I that
no man who retains his affection for ap
ple pie ha lost hi kinship with human
nature. And no man who still shares
common human feelings can be a mon
ster, or wholly bad and past hope of sav
ing. Milwaukee Journal.
FEWER WOMEN DRUNK
IN LONDON OF LATE
(Oorraspondence of th Associated Press.)
LONDON, Nov. 22.-Offlclal police ap
proval is given to the no-treating or
dinance in a report from the headquarters
of ths Metropolitan police on Its work
Ing from October II, when It. went Into
effect, to November 1. The police report
generally that less drink Is being sold,
fewer people visit th saloon, and those
who do stay for a shorter time than be
fore, and there la less drunkenness, es
pecially among women. The ordinance
I tielng punctually observed, th police
say. In all the 12,000 licensed places In
the London area.
The report says. In part:
"There I a consensus of opinion among
the superintendent of all division that
drunkenness generally, an among women
In particular, has decreased.
"A marked diminution .In th number
of women and children standing outside
public houses drinking hag been notloed,
and In many district tha practice ha
"police have invariably found fewer
people on licensed premises and a ten
dency to make shorter stays has been
"Practically no breach of order have
occurred, and licensees and their servant
have shown at all times their willing-
nea td aa 1st tha police. "
MUCH ACTIVITY IN BUSINESS
Week Busiest in Long- Time in Trade
and Industries, Aooording to
IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT ORDERS
NEJtV YORK, Dec. . Bradstrwefg to
morrow will say:
Apparently the week ha been the
buntcMt In a long time. Activity In trad
as well as In leading Industrie tin
abated is more marked In fact than
heretofore, .lohhers. wholesale dealers,
retsllera. msniifsctnrers and banker ae
a unit In reporting activity and sold up
for months to come is th ndltion ef
numerous Industries. Complaint spring
from inshllity to get supplies snd from
rhagrtn at not having bought at lower
pr.ee levels thsn now prevail, rather
than from n lack of demand.
Incidentally th steady demand being
made for immediate shipment cor
roborate reports na to depleted stock 4
widespread oondltton. Industry sa'lng
along t an acllv gait, the Iron and
steel trad leading with mill unable to
upply demand despite agumanted
rapac.ty while new dnmeatlo business Is
tmclierked by higher prlcea. But In other
Industrie the circuit of activity Is w.den-
Weekly bank clearing S4.SlI.174.Ono.
OMAHA GEKKItAL MAItKKT.
SOt.7T,TIY Alive: Turkey, any ie
over 7 lb., 17c: broilers, l64417o; springs.
He; ducks. 10o: geese, 10c. hen. S311c;
young glonesv hens, each, S60; rooster, So.
OY8TERA Cheeapeake, standards, per
gauon. 41. 1: lanaaras, si.ssi siota, Il.eo;
northern, taodsras, 41.46: eiecta, 11.76,
Now York count. ll.So. Northern, small
ran. 244rSe: large can. Sfegsio. Chua-
peaka, small cans, &Ho; large cans. S04
FISH-Hallbut, 12c; salmon, rresh pink,
Se; fresh red, 114c; oat fish, frwah. Me;
trout, fresh. 13c; white fish, freah. 101
red mapper, fresh, Uc; oalflsk. frosen.
ISo; smelts, fro sen, 10-IV oxee. 11.15;
smoked whit fish, 10 ; kippered aalmon.
rnOTTS FISH-Halibut. lse to gult
104c; catflah. large, for tak. lie; sal
mon, falia, Se; aalmon. silvers. lOo; No,
troul, Ho ; No. 1 whlteflsh, dreeaed, 10a;
No. 1 whlteflsh. large, lta; No. 1 white
fish. Jumbo, Isc; Pickerel, round W. C.
4c: pickerel, h earl leas, go; hlaok baa,
order Sao: herring, dreeeed. pair
frosen. So; blueflsh. extra fancy, lie: red
snapper, headless, dreaeed lOe; floun
der, inc; scallop, per gallon, 41. OS.
SMOKED FlSH-WhJts, to-lb. bask eta,
per lb, 14a.
KIPPERBD riSH-SaiiBon. 10-lh. baa
keta. per lb., 17a.
CFLKHY Mammon th, per do., 76a,
BRIEF CUTS Rib: No. i. l4c; No. 2.
164c; No. 8. U'c. Lotn: No. i S14c;
No. i lso; No. S, 14o. Chucks: No. 1, loo;
No. S. 4o; No. I. So, Rounds: No. 1, 14c;
No. 2. Lie; No. S. ISo. PUtea: No. t, 10o;
No. S. SVe: No. S, 4o.
LIVID POULTRY Broften, IM to 14
lbs.. In separate comp,, 17o; oyer 14 to I
lb., lo; aprlng. any else. J240; duok.
picked, 4 price, but not wanted, lie;
hena, oyer 4 lb, per lb., 114c; roosters,
44c. Turkeys, 17c; old Toms. 16c: under
S lb.. So; leas than S lbs. eaoh not
wanted. Oeeae, full feathered and fat.
8c; picked. 4 price, but not wanted.
Outness, each, too: young, 1 to 14 Iba.
each, S60. Homer squabs. 14 os. and over.
ti 00; 10 to IS os., S2.00; No. Lmuat welga
S os.. S1.S0: under S os, 60o Ptgeoni, any
kind, per do., too.
8lar Brand-Ben Dart. SITS per barrel;
Willow Twig. 6S.J6 per barrel; Wlnesaps,
SLM per barrel; Jonathan. 11.60 par bar-
Shield Brand-Black Twigs. SS.M per
barrel: Black Twlaa. nnmmt.rlr.lal tmn
SJ26 per barrel; Ben Davis. Illinois, 62.7S
BUTTER Best creamery, Sle: eeconda
In cartons or tubs. 36c: good dairy, S9
tSe: county, common, 19'ic.
CHEF.HE Imported Bwlsa. 44o;
domesUc, SOc; block. 14c; twins, lSc;
c; New York whit, lc; imported
rrench Rooquefort, 4Sc.
FRUITS Orange: California Sunklst
fomla Sunklst Navel. 176 and smaller.
S4.60 bos; Florilas, all aiaea, P.'O box;
I California Valencia. 1.-6. S5.0) box.
Lemon.- Sunklst. juo. StVia. 16 Oi brx;
'Red Ball. tOSi S60a 14.60 box. Orane-
'fruit: So. 4XS, 64s. 64. IS 60 box; . .
Ulo DOX Pears: winter NellU. SJ.26;
box. Peachea: California iialway or
Colorado K.iberta. 6O0 box. Bananas,
Sl.76 to S4 bunch. Orapes: Emperors,
B.IW cia'.e; h;mperor in keg. S4.0J ket
Malagss. SS.On to 17 00 bhl. Cranberries:
Belle and Cherry, tl.M ibl.; Belle and
Bugle. 18.60 bbl.I Jumbo. S10.00 bbl. Figs.
12-10 os not) box.
VEOETABLEW-Csbbags. I40 lb.; head
lettuce, 11.00 dos. : leaf lettuce, 40c do.;
celery: Pascal, T60 do.; California, S)o
do.; Michigan, 36 dos.; cauliflower, I? 50
crt.; quah, 2c lb.; brussel sprout, !"o
lb.; tomato, tl 60 lug.; pepper. Ski
baaket; parsley, S6c do.; rutabas, 140
lb.; onions: Spanish, Si. 60 crt.; red, to
lb.; yellow, IHo lb.; artichokes, S1.26 dot.;
rasaliaa, S6.00 crt. Potatoes: Colorado
white, l' bu.; large Colorado white,
66c bu.; Led River Ohio. 76 bu. Sweet
potatoes, SS.00 crt..
NUT No. 1 walnut. l4e lb.; blk.
walnut. So lb.; hickory, 4o lb; filberts,
16c lb- pecans. 124e lb.; Braalls. Ik lb;
almonds. Pc lb.
M ISC ELLA N EOUS Crarkerjsck. S3 70
case; crackerja.k, one-balf caae, Sl.76;
case; fsrd dates, 124o lb.; called peanut.
SI. 15 can; popcorn. 40, 1 lb. package, 22 6)
caae; com pops, S-".2S caae; cornpops, one
half case, 11.66 case; 8. W. dates. Sl.25
bos. ' Honey, 13.76 cass. Airline. 2 do.
01., I0 caae. Coeoanuta. S3 50 bag, T3o
do. Cider: Motta, 13.75 kc: Motts. on
half bbl.. Zl.U bbl.; Nshawka, 1.IJ keg.
PYTHIAN SISTERS CHAPTER
IS INSTITUTED AT SIDNEY
SIDNEY, la,, Deo, S. (Speclal.)-A tem
ple of Pythian Slater wa Instituted on
Tuesday night in th Knight of Pythlaa
rertle hall by Deputy Grand Chief Mr.
Carroll W. Kimball of Council Blur. Th
Hasting degree staff of Hading, la.,
put on th work. Th temple atarU out
with A membership of over sixty. Th
officer are: Moat axcellent. chief. Mr
Bailie Travla; past chief. Mr. Amanda
Martin; ml tress of records, Mr. Jennl
Jt4de; mistress of finance. Mrs. Fannl
Van Eaton; excellent nlor, Mr. Clara
Nelson; excellent Junior. Mr. Jessl Car
ter; manager, Mrs. Bertha Jenkins; pro
tector of tempi. Mr. Albln Blckal; In
rlsillng officer. Mr. Amanda Martin;
outer guard, Mr. Mary Estea.
COUNTERS DAMAGE SUIT
WITH ACTION FOR SLANDER
SHENANDOAH. Ia.. Deo. l-(Spccial )
-A counter claim for slander ha been
tiled by the proprietor of th Elk cafe
against M. F3. Beach, oouncilman from
he Third ward, who is suing th cf
monagement for Si, 000 damages, alleging
it put him out of the place of business
forcibly. The trouble grew out of a dis
pute over extending credit and punchln;
th price of a cigar on a meal ticket. Tie
rase la set to corns to trial in thia term
of the superlora court.
l.llllaa lliatoa Dead.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. Doc. S -Lilllsn
Illnton, fsmous a an emotional actrrsa
twenty year ago, wa found dead t her'
country home, I.l n wood, near her to
nlyht. Heart dtstaas wa given as tie
SabacrlHe 4 War Lea.
OTTAWA. Out. Dee. S. 4ubcr1p
tion totalling tnO.OOO.Oio hav been re
ceived, It was announced today, for th
Caradian SoO.ouO.UOO war loan. The grand
total came from 26,000 separate subscrib
er Swift & Company
Unloa Stock Yard. December
Dividend No. 117
DivVlaad of TWO DOLLAR ( 00) per ahare
ea the capital sleek ef Switt 4 Cvsapauy, will be
wi4 ea Jaaaary 1st. 11. to taesaoMlar ef
s, uaeaoibar j
10.1US, a awa the soaks
Of tk Compeer.
Oo saoouat ef aaeoal saaetlng, tranafsr bonk
rUl b clused from Dec. 10. l.io. to Jan. T. 1K16.
f. A. UAYWASVD, aWeresarg
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