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TIIK BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 10tr.
IfOI SK AMI t TTAiF..
$ IK N. 16th St., S-r., mod. ex. bt
$.6 32? S. 23d St.. 6-r.. mod. ex. ht.
$2. 4l7 1-afeyette Ave., 6-r., all mod.
,VI12 Florence Blvd., -r., nil mod.
$'. 2.MJ Sherman Ave.. S-r., nil mod.
$25 34 Center St., -r.. ll mod.J
$10-173 p. sth Ft.. 6-r.. nil mod
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPA NY.
Doug. 17X1. Mh Fir. Om. Nat. PK. Bldg. o.
Globe Van &Storage
Stores, moves, packs, ships; $-horse van
and 1 men, 11.28 per hr.; storage. $3 per
mo Batisfa c t Ion guar. D. 433 t Ty, 230.
rhone Douglas 28 for complete list of
varant houses and apartments; also for
storage, moving. lth and Jackson Bts.
J. C. Reed
g ft storage
Farnam. D. 6148.
819 N. 11th St.
Tel T. 894 or Har. 1837.
ITOHE9 A.U OKK1CKS.
Inquire Room 193.
K W. COR. 24th and Lake, store and
basement; rent right. Colfax 1339.
FARM A HANOI LANDS FOB SALE)
120 In Harrison Co., Iowa; new Improve
menta; land lays good, at U0, 8600 down,
$2,600 March 1, time on balance. A bar
gain, We'll prove It. Coma and sea.
FRANK HILL, Logan. la-
to ACRES 2 miles from Lebanon; house,
barn; 60 cultivated; $2,400; easy terms;
other bargains. Holt Realty Co., Lebanon,
"WILKIN County. Minn. 2n0 acres level
prairie, unimproved. S miles from mar
ket, near school, rood roads. 825 cer acre.
Weather and roads fine. Ulland Land
Co., Fergus Falle, Minn.
THE ONE BEST BUY ANYWHERE
IN PERKINS COUNTY, NE
BRASKA. LANDS FROM $16 TO 120
ACRE. COME, SEE FOR YOUR
SELF. WE PROVE IT. OR PAY
ALL YOUR EXPENSES. ENOUGH
BAID. WRITE FOR PARTICULARS
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
COUNTY. WRITE ME.
JO-AC RF. fruit farm in Calhoun, Neb.; 11
room house, barn, garage and fish pond
In connection; next to city park. In heart
of city, $11.000. Joe Bolln, Calhoun. Neb.
CORN, alfalfa, wheat, cotton land for
sale or exchange. W. E. Wilson,
UPPER WISCONSIN Beat dairy and
general crop state In the union; settlers
wanted; lands for sale at low prices on
easy terms. Ask for booklet 34 on Wiscon
sin Central Land Grant. Excellent lands
for stook raising. If Interested In fruit
lands ask for booklet on apple orchards.
Address Land and Industrial Dept., Boo
Line Railway, Minneapolis, Minn.
HAVE YOU A FARM FOR SALE?
WrUe a good description of your land
and send It to the Sioux City (la.) Jour
nal, "Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
Mdlum." Twenty-five words every Frl
duy evening. Saturday morning ana every
Saturday evening and Sunday for on
month, giving sixteen ads on twelve dif
ferent days for $2; or 60 woids, $4, or 75
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper; 260. OuO readers dally In four great
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FARM and cltv loans at lowest rates.
TOLAND At TRL'M HULL. 448 Bee Bldg,
$100 TO 110,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg.. lath A Farnam Sta,
CITY and farm loans, 6, 6. per cent
J. H. Dumont ft Co.. 414 State Bank.
A "For Sale" ad will turn second-hand
furniture into cash.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas, 228 State Bank Bldg.
6'4 TO 6 for loans on best class city
residences in amounts $2,0u0 up, also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO.. 1622 Farnam St.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
OKF.EFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha National. Phone Douglas 5715.
FARM AND CITY LOANS.
O'DOL'GHERTT ft HUGHES,
fit Keellne Bldg. Phone D. 1011.
MON F.T on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City National Bank Bldg.
r.C, CITY LOANS. C. O. Carlberg, J1S
u 12 Rrandeia Theater Bldg.
RKAL KHTATK WANTED
I WANT to buy for cash 3 or 2 very
clieip loti. Give price and legal de
fcrlption and yuu will hear from me.
b. 3i. Bee.
REAL ESTATE TOR EXCHANGE
LNfci V-room house, corner lot, will trade
equity for a good vacant lot.
O. A. ECKLES,
Phone P. 1J or H. 6763.
HEVF.N-PASSENOKR auto to exchange
for 6-room bungalow. Phone Doug. 26M.
TOR SAI.E: or exchange. In Brookings
Co., a 200 or a 400-acre farm; both well
Imp.; nice laying land; good black dirt.
Lock Box 93, l lpestone, Minn,
REAL ESTATE VACANT
$: F1NH lots, near cari $6 cash,
monthly. Owner. UougUs 2947.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDB
ClUCACio 2saa Nat four-room cottage
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
Living room, dining room, bed rooms
and kitchen on first rloor. two bed rooms
and bath on 2d floor, oak finish, en
tirely inodrrn, cement basement, east
front lot. 40x142; close to school and
- C. G. CA11LBEEO,
S 1 2 Bra n del s T he a ter B 1 d g.
1110 PArtll. i:n pt-ii vfA.W..
rot a dandy 6-room, strictly modern
Lt-use. 2 block, from Hanscon. park Sne
block from Field club. The price U rUh.
the location la right, andtl!? tim? U
r:ght. lon t pay rent all your life, but
,nk 'a,r5t,n"w J" hruiht direction.
- - r. in v r.o 1 a E.A r tlHPANT
' 17M. 6th floor OmahaNat. Bk Bl'dg
FIELD CLUB DIbtTilCT-
Two-story bungalow. rooms, nak
lh. entirely modern, located on loth
Ave. junt.a little north of Field Cluto
lt 4xl.u. with plenty of shrubs and
shade trees to make It delightful This
place is actually worth $4.Uuu of any.
ir uniaiaocts die
tate selling it at a sacrifice.
C. O. CAULBERO,
$12 BraadeU Theater BlOg.
HAYWARD WILL GET
JOB MXALL LOST
Whitman to Name Him at Tempo
rary Head of Publio Serr
REMOVAL ORDER IS IN EFFECT
ALBANY, N. Y.. Dec 6. Tam
many's last candidate for mayor of
New York, . Edward E. McCall, a
former Justice of the supreme court
of New York, was tonight removed
from office as chairman of the Down
state Public Service commission by
Governor Whitman, who sustained,
In part, the charges preferred against
the commissioner by the Thompson
Investigating committee of the legis
lature. The governor's decision was
that McCall, in violation of the Public
Service commission law, owned stock
of a corporation under the super
vision of his commission. Other
charges alleging neglect of duty and
inefficiency, were dismissed.
The order removing McCall was
signed by Governor Whitman at 7
o'clock tonight and became effective
The governor said that tomorrow
he would designate Commissioner
William Hayward of Hew York as
the temporary chairman and that at
the same time he probably would ap
point a commissioner to fill the vac
ancy caused by McCall'a removal.
McCall had two more years to serve.
Nebraska friends of William Hayward
have been watching the progress of events
In New York with decided Interest. In
scarcely more than five years since he
left Nebraska he has held several Im
portant positions under Governor Whit
man, the present place being one at the
very front of the firing line.
to Kansas City to
J. S. Walters, T. F. Sturgesa and J. A.
TUne of the Welfare board will leave
Thursday evening for Kansas City, where
they will investigate the operations of
the Welfare board of that city and will
report back at a meeting to be held In
the city hall next Monday evening.
At a meeting of the board in the city
attorney's office last evening discussion
was had on various features of the work
upon which the board will enter, par
ticular thought being given to employ
ment bureau, legal aid and a loan
It was proposed to co-operate with the
Associated Charities by establishing a
clearing house through which a check
may be maintained on all cases of aid.
The work test was approved In con
nection with an employment bureau
which will be established. In a few
weeks the board will decide on the
amount to be asked when the city coun
cil makes up the 1916 budget
Bid for Bank Job
81x Omaha building contractors were
among those who yesterday submitted
their bids to the architects. Graham A
Burnham of Chicago, for the construc
tion of the proposed fourteen-story First
National bank building. Contractors from
St. Louts, Kansas City and Memphis,
Tenn., also submitted bids.
The sub-basement is omitted In the re
vised specifications. Bids were received
once before, and because most of them
were considered quite high, or at least
reached a higher figure than It had been
believed necessary to expend on the
etructure, the plans were sent back for
The award of the contract will nrahahlv
be announced some time this week. Tha
Omaha contractors bidding are: John
Harte. J. C. Mardls. K. O. Hamilton
Walter Peterson, F. P. Oould A Son, and
to Spanish War Vets
Elects Its Officers
The following officers were elected at
the annual meeting of Oeneral Henry W.
Lawton auxiliary of the United Spanish
War Veterans: President, Anna C. Miller;
senior vice president, NqJUe W. Jones;.
Junior vice president. Ida Lane; chaplain.
Rose Anderson; assistsnt conductress,
Alta Bgan; historian. Rose Baroff; pa
triotic instructor. Caroline Russell.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
$30.00 PER MONTH
Buys a dandy brand new. comoletely
modem 6-room bungalow In the cathe
dral district. See 4311 Chicago St. today
If you are looking for a home.
CREIQII, SONS & CO.,
Douglaa 200. 608 Bee Bldg.
6-room house, with sleeplne porch: fullv
modern: oak finish: Milton Rogers fur
nace. This ' Is worth Investigating: Is
now vacant. Can be seen any time. Prica
$3,400, reasonable terms
W. S. r itANK,
201 XEVIJXE BLK.
REAL ESTATE INVK8TMENTS
44 ft. next First National.
$46,000 Mklnc price. Make offer.
Harrison & Morton
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
New 7-r., sleeping porch, oak and birch
finish, buffet and book eases, beam cell
ing, double floors, mirror doors, guar
anteed furnace, Corbln hardware, best
material and workmanship throughout.
South front, closa In, close to car. Best
buy in Omaha Owner. IouKaa 162.
On a 6-room strictly modern, well built
home from owner; but water beat.
M VT7. Omaha I tee.
LOTTTSt'h- sod" Moi, roe Sta. Address I,
B Offloe. boulA Otnalia.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Receipts Are Heavy and
Prices Range from Unchanged
to Cent Higher.
YELLOW CORN AT A PREMIUM
OMAHA, December T, 1916.
The wheat receipts wero quite heavy
today and the demand for this cereal
continued quite active, the market rang
ing from unchanged to lo higher.
The corn market continued strong to
day and although the receipts were
pretty good, the demand was sufficient
to take care of the offerings. Corn sold
from Ho to lc higher, the yellow sell
ing at a substantial premium over the
white and mixed varieties.
Oats were firm, selling from Ho to iC
higher. Receipts of this cereal were
ugnt end there was a lair aemana.
The demand for rye was pretty good.
but the market was weak and sold from
Vie to le lower.
There were no sales of barley reported.
but the market was quoted nominally
. . . . ,.
Clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 1. 104.000 bushels oats. &.000 bush- I
eiS. ... , .
Wheat at Liverpool closed iqswi
hlcher: com. lUd higher.
f'rlmarv wheat rereluts were tMS.OfW
bushels and shlDmenla J.1S1.1"! bushels,
againat receipts of l.Cl.OOO bushels and
snipments or l.,io Dusneis iam year.
Primary coi n receipts were 9tU,U0 bush
els and shipments 4:,000 ounhels, against
w.t. in), f U 1U fKA t. . . nl m nl ahl t iflTlin tS
of S10.000 bushela last year. ,
Primary oata receipts were ssi.ww ouen
ele and shipments USt.OeO bushels, against
receipts of 1.0H2.000 bushels and shipments
of S&000 bushels last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Kansas City ...
These sales m-ere renorted today:
Wheat No. S hard winter: 1 car $1.0;
1 car. 11.08; 1 cars. $1.07; 4 cars, ILOJ; 1
car, $1.06; 4 cars. SJL06. No. 4 hard win
ter: 3 cars, ll.Ou; 1 car, $1.04; 8 cars,
$1.04; S cars, $1.03; 1 car (poor). $100. Sam
ple: 1 car, Rue; 3-5 car, Wc; 1 car, tHc;
2-6 car, sac. No, S mixed: 1 car. 11.0s; 1
car. 11.07; 1 car, tl.Gu. No. 4 mixed: 1
car, $1.06; 1 car (smutty), 88c. No. t
durum: 1 car, $1.01. No. 3 mixed durum:
1 car, $1.03; 1 car, $1.01. No. S mixed
durum: 1 car, $1.01; 1 car, $1.01. Rye
No. 3: 1 car. Die. No. 4: 1 car. 89c Corn
-No. S white: 1 car. 6Sc; 1 car, 4o.
No. 4 white: 1 cars, 64c: $ cars, 63o; 4
cars, 3c; 1 car. 62c. No. 2 yellow: 1
car (old), 71c. No. S yellow: 1 car told),
70o. No. 4 yellow: 1 car, 67c; S cars,
fiC. No. S yellow: 1 car, 66c; cars,
Sc. No. t yellow: 1 car (very poor), 66c.
No. 3 mixed: 1 car (old), 70c; 1 car (old),
69c. No .1 mixed: 1 car, 68c; 1 car. 66c;
1 car, 6Sc. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, 4c; 4
cars, 64r; 1 cars, 63c. No. ( mixed: 1 car.
63c; 1 cars, 62c. No. 6 mixed: $-3 car
(old), 68c; 2 cars, 67c Sample: 2 cars,
62c; cars, 46c. Oats No. white: 1 car,
91c. No. S white: 2 cars. 40c No. 4
white: 1 car, 40c. Sample: 1 car, ISc;
IS car. 36c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
hard, $107414 10; No. 8 hard, $1.06i;'1.0!;
No. 4 hard, $1.0791.05; No. 2 spring, $1.07
4J1.08; No. $ spring. $1.0Mt107; No. 2
durum, $1.0191.02; No. $ durum, $!.0fr!
1.01. Corn: No. 4 white, 62.tf64c; No. 6
white, 62f53c; No. 6 white, 6l62r;
No. 4 yellow, 66flf7e; No. t yellow. 6Mi
66c: No. yellow. 64WS6c: No. 4 mixed.
62S4c: No. 6 mixed, 614r3c; No. 6
mixea. Siitfxc. uats: rvo. z wnite. 4iw
43c; standard, 41a41c; No. 8 white. 40
C-tc; No. 4 white, 40i40o. Barley;
Malting, 681T66C: No. 1 feed, &r-4jti0c. Rye:
No. 2. l92c; No. 8, 90lc.
Chicago closing prices, furnished The
tee by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain
brokers. 815 South Sixteenth street:
Article! Open. I High. Low. I Close. Yes'y.
Dec. II 1
18H191 1 MSI 1 MSI 1V 1 1!"4
IsgJ 12, 117Jjll7J 119'i
Oats. I 1
18 Vb 1 IX U
18 96 I 18 05
10 26 I S 86
10 02f 9 72
10 26 I t 92
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading; and Closing;
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Deo. 7. Bearish estimates In
regard to the amount of domestic wheat
of sufficient quality for milling did a
good deal today to bring about a set
back In prices. The market closed un-
December at $U6 and May at $U7W
l.i'. in corn the outcome varied from
HtiO decline to itW advance, oats
finishing (U'40 to '40 off and provisions
showing a rise of 30c to 66c.
Wheat had been weak and strong by
turns until late in the session. One of the
largest houses on change madt public
elaborate figurea Indicating that the
mlllaule crop of the United rotates aggre-
gaieo yw.wu.uw nusneis. news 01 tne
further requisitioning of steamers by the
Italian government tended also to act
in ravor of the bears. The final set
back, however, was not brought about
until for the third day In succession the
market had reached above all previous
high price . records of the 1916 crop.
f alling off In the worlds available
supply aggregate, with the decrease al
most wholly in Europe, was the chief
news on which the wheat market
aecenaed to the too point of the day.
Corn, aa well as wheat, advanced to
new high prices for this season. Re
ceipts were not aa plentiful as had been
Oats followed the course of other
cereals. A large Increase or stocks at
tracted some notice.
Provisions were sharply affected bv
reports that Oermany was buying lard
and pork. Big receipts of lions Were
ivnored, and the market ascended to
about the highest prlcta yet this season.
Chicago (!ah Prices Wheat: No. t
red, nominal: No. 8 red, $l.lial.21; No.
2 hard. $1.11.22; No. 3 hard, $1.12
1.15. Corn: No. 3 yellow, old, 73c; No.
4 yellow, new, 664j7c; No. 4 white,
new, 6tii7c. Oats: No. 2 white, 4lfi
42c: standard. 444rc. Rye: No. 2. a-ic.
Harley. tjrt'd i40. Timothy. $i,.at.00.
Clover, $10 Cxh 19.60. Pork. ?16.9u. Ird.
9.66. HI hp. $10.50..
BUTTER steady: creamery, 2333c.
YXKJH Higher; receipts, 2,3."3 rases:
flints. 2WdWc; ordinary firsts, 27-28c; at
POTATOKJ Higher; receipts, 60 cars;
Michigan and Wisconsin white. 6S$r?2c:
Minnesota white. Ghfixc; Minnesota and
POULTRY Alive, higher: fowls, ll'ic:
springs, 13c; turkeys. Ii'al6c.
OMAHA (HMKHtL MAHKKT.
IOULTRT Alive: Turkeys, any else
over 7 lbs., 17c; broilers, 16rl7c; springs,
11c; ducks, 10c: geese, 10c; hens, IMllc.
young glunea hens, each, 36c; roosters, 2c
OYSTKKS Chenapeake. standards, per
gallon, $1.10; standards. $1.26; selects. 81.60;
northern, standards. $1.46; selects. $1.76;
New York counts. $1.9u. Northern, small
cans. !4&2&c; large cans, 3644aa. Chesa
peake, small cans, 2vu'k; large cans, jaau)
FISH Halibut. 12c; salmon, fresh pink,
9c; fresh red, 12c: catfish, fresh. Uc;
trout, fresh, 13c; white fish, freah. 17c;
red snapper, fresh. 13; catfish, frozen.
13c; aiuelts, frosen, 10-lb. boxes. $l.ii,
rmoked white fish, 14c; kippered salmon.
FROZEN FISH-Hallbut rises to suit.
104c; catfish, large, for steaks. 13c; sal
mon, falls, 9e; salmon, silvers. Kc: No. 1
trout. He; No. I whlteflsh. dressed, 10c,
No. 1 whlteflsh. Urge, l&c; No. 1 white
fish. Jumbo, 18c; pickerel, round W. C .
c; pickerel, headless, Sci black bass,
order sise, 26c: herring, dressed, pair
frosen. tic; blueflsh extra fancy, lie; red
snapper, hcaulees. dressed loc; floun
der 10c; scallops, per gallon, $8 00.
SMOKED FISH-Whltf. lft-lb. baskets
rer lb, 14c.
KIPPERED FISH Salmon. 10-lb. bas
kets, per lb., 17o.
CKI.KRY-Mammonth, per dos.. 76c.
BEEF CUTS No. 1 ribs, ! ; No. 2.
lc: No. 3, 12c; No. 1 loins. 2IV-c; No.
1. Uc: No. 2. 14c; No. 1 chu. ka. )'-: No.
2. Vc; No. 3. 9c; No. 1 rounds. 14c; No.
2. 13c; No. $. 12c; No. 1 plates. 10c No.
2, 9c No 2 fc'
LIVE POULTKT Brofters, 1 to 1
lbs., in sepsrats comp., 17c; over 1 to J
lbs., 14c; springs, any site. 12c; ducks,
Licked, price, but not wanted, 13o;
. sua, over 4 Iba per lb., llc; roosters.
.e. Turkeys. 17c: old Tome, 16; under
I lbs.. Kc; lens than I lh. ach not
wanted. Uee.-e, full feathered and fat,
fc; picked. price, but not wanted.
Guineas, each, 26c: young. 1 to IHi lha
each, &c. Homer squabs. 14 os. and ever,
1100; 10 to 12 os., 83.00; No. L must weigh
ox., II (: under S os. Wo Pigeons, any
kind, per dm., too,
Star BrandBen Davis, $3 78 per barrel;
Willow Twigs, 3.2o per barrel: Wlneaapa,
$3.60 per barrel; Jonathans, $8.60 per bar
rel. Shield Brand-Black Twigs. SIM per
barrel; Black Twlga. cninmerletal brand.
US per barrel; Ben Davis. Illinois, 11 it
BUTTER Best creamery, SSc; seconds,
In cartons or tubs, toe; good dairy, tut
29c; country, common. 180.
CHEESE imported Swiss. 44c;
domestic. 30c; block, 84c; twins, KHc;
daisy. 19c; triplets 0c; younu Ameri
can, :0o: blnn label brick. 1o; liinhurger,
New Yonk white, 19c; imported
French Bocquefort. 4c,
FRUITS Orangea: California" Sunklst
Navels. Ma, 126a, M.0O box: California
Sunklst Navels. ISO. 2SKs. 14.15 boa; Cali
fornia Hunk 1st Navels. lTa and smaller,
84.W ho Flnrlilaa all ilipi 13 TO twif.
California Valencia, 126s. $6.00 box.
lemons: Punklat, toOa. 36"S, $5.0t box;
Red u mos. M M box. O rape-
jfruit. j, 54, 1x50 r0x: Sue. :.
hex. rears: winter Keiiia, sia;
PeMchM; California Salwave or
rv,i.i l ik... k...
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Sl 7fc tAr K 1 ..... K ram V m n wn wm
z- -' V'TIZI . -T JIT!
ie, amperore in eg w
Mnlagsa. $6.0u to $7.00 bhl Cranberries
Belle and Cherry. $7. SO bbl.; Pello and
CuKle. $8 60 bbl.; Jumbo, $10.00 bbl. Figs.
12-10 os., soo box.
VEOKTAULiSS-Cabbaga, lb.; head
lettuce, $1.00 dos.; leaf lettuce, 40o doc.;
celery: Pascal, 75c doa; California,
dot.; Michigan, 36 dos.; cauliflower, $1.60
crt; eiuash, 2c lb.; brussel sprouts, 20a
lb.; tomatoes $160 lug.; peppers. Ho
basket; parsley, 86c dos.; rutabaa, 10
Hi.; onions: Hpsnlsh, $1.60 crt.; red, 2o
lb.; yellow, lc lb.; artichokes, $1.26 dos ;
rasabae, $6.00 cru Potatoes: Colorado
whites, 7Sc bu.; Inrse Colorado whites,
660 bu.; Led River Ohlos, 76 bu. Sweet
potatoei, $3.00 crt..
NUT.- No. 1 walnuU, 16H lb.: blk.
walnuts, 8c lb.; hickory, 4o lb ; filberts,
16o lb; pecans, 12o lb.; Braalls, 16o lb;
almonds. 1V3 lb.
MISCELLANKOUfl Crackerjack, $3 50
case; crackerjack. one-half case, $176;
case; fnrd dates, 12 o lb.; salted peanuts,
$1.16 can; popcorn, 40, 1 lb. package, lift
case; cornpops, $.".28 case; rornpops, one
half case, $1.66 case; 8. W. dates. $1.26
box. Honey, $3.76 case. Airline, 2 dos. 6
os., $1.M case. Cocoanuts. $3.60 bag, T60
dos. Cider: Motts, $3.; ke; Motts. on
half bbL. $7.26 bbl.; Nehawka, $3.1. keg.
NEW YORK (iEbRAL MARKET
Qeotatloas of the Day oa Varloae
NEW TORK, Dec. 7. FLOUIV-Firm;
spring patents, $a.75S16; winter patents,
$.604i6.tt0; winter straights, $:.4Vuo.rtO,
Kansas stralKhta, $5.60f6.65.
WHEAT Spot, weak; No. 1 durum.
$1.24, f. o. b. New York: No. 1 northern,
Duluth. $1.2K. and No. 1 northern, Man
itoba. $1.23, c. 1. f. Buffalo. Futures were
easier; December, $1.23.
COUN Spot, firm; No. t yellow, 82c,
OATS 1 pot, quiet; No. S white, 46',V
HAT Kteady; prime, $1.PH; No. 1.
$1.26; No. 2. $1.161.20; No. S, $1.00i31.06;
HOPS Quiet, state comon to choice
1916, 20rrf30c; 1914, 6irl0c; Pacific coast
1915. llijfi'16c: 1914. SlOc.
HIDES Steady; Bogota, SOJTSle; Central
LEATH Eli Firm ; Hemlock firsts. 33
S4c: seconds. S24fMc.
provisions Pork, firm: mess. $ix.oom
18 50; family. $20.50fi22 .50; short clesrs.
$19.0Ptf21.00. Beef, steady; mess, $16,600
17.00; family, $1S 0cv(i 1&.50. Lard, strong.
middle weHt, R.iwn.w.
TALIXJW-Barely steady: city. Vie.:
coun'ry. 76'Sc: special, 8c
BUTTER Steady, receipts. S.0S9 ttibs:
creamery extras, 363Q7o; firsts, 28'.stf
34c: seconds, 2f,((f2Hc.
KWiB firmer; receipts, K.it45 cases:
fresh gathered extra fine, 86'r40o; extra
flrpts, uTiarc; firsts, 2-1 (a 16c; seconds, JH
CHEESE Firm: receipts, 2,060 rases;
state, whole milk, flats, held, specials.
17Vic; average fancy, 1641170; current
make specials, 16c; average fancy, JS
POULTRY Alive, prices unsettled.
Dressed, quiet; western fresh chickens,
Mi'ic; fowls, 124; 17c; turkeys, 14ii2.'c.
Kanaaa City Grain and Provlalona.
KANSAS CITY. Pec. 7. WHEAT No.
2 hard. $1.111.16: No. 2 red. $1.14ial.l:
'Decemlier, $1.07; May, $1.10.
CORN- NO. 2 White. 64iI64c: no. 1
mixed, 65i666c: December, 66Hia6c;
OATS No. 2 mixed, 42c; No. 2 white.
Bl'TTKH creamery, 33c; firsts, sic;
seconds. 29c; packing. 19c.
KOOS Firsts. 2SK-; seconds, 20c.
POULTRY Hens. lOVCfllc; turkeys,
15c; springers, 12c.
Minneapolis Grain MarVt.
MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 7 WHEAT De
cember. $110': May, $1.13',; No. 1 hard,
$1.15: No. 1 nonnern. i.tZ')'oi.l3!; No.
2 n'rt-ern. tl.os!8 1.114.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 74W5C.
OATS No. 3 white, 3U'40'ie.
St. Lonla Grain Market.
ST. I)U18, Dec. 7. WHEAT No. 2
red. $n2fM.17; No. 2 hard. $1.13; Decem
ber 11.11: May, $1.16.
CORN-No. 2, ffKfMWVir: No I white. 6Si
68Hc; December, 7c: May, 7fc.
OATS No. 2, 43!!c; No. 2 white,
Llverpoo' Oraln Market.
LIVERPOOL. Pec. 7.-WHEAT-Spot.
No. 1 Manitoba. 12s 6d; No. 2, 12s 2d; No.
3. 12s; No. 2 hard, winter, new, lis 11 d;
fcSine. old. no stock.
CORN Spot, American, mixed, yellow,
plate. 8a 9d.
NKW YORK. Pec. 7.-:OFFEK The
market for coffee futures continued very
quiet today, but showed rather a steadl -r
tone on a little covering or European
buying In the absence of selling pressure
from either local or Brai llan sources.
The opening wss unchanged to 6 points
higher, with May selling at 6.7Sc and
September at 6 90c during the day, while
July fluctuated between 6.wc and 6X4.'.
The clove was at a net advance of 3 to
points. Sales, 7.7fiO bags. December.
6.0H,'; January, S.67c; February, 6.69c;
March. 6.71c; April. 6.73c; May, 6.6,'c,
June. 6 Mo: July, 6.86c; August, 6.Vsc;
September, 8.90c; October, 6.91c.
Spot, quiet; Rio 7s, 7c; Santos 4s.
9c. Cost and freight offers were about
unchanged, moat of them belnir around
8.75q for Santos 4s, English credits.
The official cables renorted a decline
of 75 rets In the Hlo market will Santos
and the rate of Rio exchange on London
NEW YORK, Dec. 7. -COTTON Snot,
steady, middling uplands, 12.7fc. Sales,
Cotton futures opened firm; December,
It 50c; Jsnusry. 12.hc; March. 12.9.';
My. in.l2c; July, 13.20c.
Cotton cloned barely steady today at a
net advance of 6 to 9 points.
Futures closed bartfy stesdy; Decem
ber, 12 51c; January, 12.60c; March, 12.10c;
May. i:t.0Hc: July, 13.16c.
LIVHHI'OOL. Pec. 7. COTTON Spot,
steady; good middling, 8.03d; middling,
7.66d; low middling, 7.1Sd. Sales, 14.000
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA. Dec. 6 HAY Prairie: Choice
upland, $10.5041 11.60; No. 1. $lu 0ocul0.au; No
2, $ 5'li 00: No. 3, W.OOftf .(; choice mid
land $10 0m U.uo; No. I. $9XrflO.O; No. 2
tH.Outi 00; No- 8. $6 flrt4ia 00; choice low land
itf.Ouft 10.00; No. 1, $n.ourriv.(j0; No. 2. $7 0r,r
i0- No. 2. $5.iO4l7.O0. Straw: Wheat, $0,011
ti6.50; choice oat or rye, $6001660; extra
good mlglit bring, $7.fti. Alfalfa: Choice,
(13.0113.00; No. 1. $11 frl2-00; No. 2, $H.u6
Ull.ou; No. $ $7.uun.U0.
NBW YORK. Pee. 7.-METAI J4-Iad.
offered? $ii.25 Spelter, 16.04) IK.2-1. Cop
per, quint; electrolytic, $l.7fa JO UO. Iron.
:lrm: Ni. 1 northern, $18 2664 1 i.'i: No 2,
IS.OfqlH 6o; No. 1 southern, $IK JTaiij 7i;
No. 2. $iH.0KilH.5O. Tin. weak- $:n.(i37 U).
At Loimon: Snot copper, 4,77 6a futures.
477 l'.a; electrol vtle. 4.9S. Spot tin, flifi
1B1; futures. 165. Antimony, 4U2i. Leal,
iiCl 1U. Shelter, 1x7.
Kvaporatrsl Apples ana Dried Krnlte
NEW YORK. Dec. 7. EVAPORATED
DHIEI) FRt.'ITB Prunes, firm. Atrl
cols and peaches, steady. Ralslna, easy.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Some Cattle Steady and Others t
Little Lower Oood Light
HOGS STEADY TO FIVE HIGHER
OMAHA, lvoetnber 7. 1916.
Receipts were: fettle. Horn. Sheep.
Official Monday 10.W .s4 13.SI0
Estimate Tuesday .... 6.2O0 10. 1A.KK0
Two days this week.. 16.69 20.2M 22,110
Fame days last week..1.0! 13.994 27,3l
Same days 2 wks ao..l.4 9.076 2T..9K
fame days 3 wks ago..ll.l 7.12 42,7
Kama dava 4 wks agn..W .&a '.
Same days last year. .10,402 11.362
The following table mows tha receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the Omaha
live stork market for the year to date, aa
compared with last year:
1916. 1911 !
Cattle 1.144.122 $73,621 270.603
Hogs 2.3S.2 2.106,743
Sheep t,121.2.S 2.KW.699 121. 97
The following table shows the average
prices of hogs at the Omaha live stock
market for tne last tew days, with com
Date. I 1916. 11914. il9ll.lstl.1911.19W.iUO,
7 U 1 41 7 7i
T T 4
tmi 111 1 otl
, 7 4 Ml
1 7 491 7 611
6 21 .
1 7 61 1 60 7 69!
96) 6 30U 7 M
6 ll 7 6
1 461 6 12,
0) f 37T.1 7 16
1 00) 13
t 1 S02
7 13) $ 0
1..I ki; 94
2. .1 6 34 a Si
s.l 47T 7 Oi'l 7 66i
a mil V 1,1
Dec. 4.. I $42 7 111 7 6 7 H 1M ' ' '
Deo. 6.. I I 73 7 41 7 641 6 93, 7
I I1 7 461 7 6w, t 94i 7 411 23
7 3ll 7 S 1 7! 6 14 1L
i'ec. e. . II
Dec. 7.. I 24'
Receipts and disposition of live stook
at the Cnlou Stock yards, Omaha, Neb.,
for twenty-four hours ending at t
o'clock p. m. :
Cattle. Hogs. Shorp.H'r'a.
C, M. A SL P W 9
w abash 1
Missouri Pacific .... 1
Union l'aclflo M '
C. N. W.. east.... 17 6
C. N. W., west.. 44 46
(7.. SI. P.. M. A O.. 37 .12
V.. B. A Q., east.... 24 4
C, B A U.. west.... M 24
C. H. 1. A P., east 14 6
0.. R. 1. P.. west .. 1
Illinois Central t 2
ChU Ureat Western. 1
Total receipts. ...242 143
DISPOSITION-H EA D.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Morris Co 6
Swift Co 636
Cudahy Packing Co.. ..1.324
Armour A Co L6
Schwarta A Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co 46
So. Omaha Pack. Co... 6
W. H. Vansant Co
Benton, Vansant A L.
F. B. Lewis
Huston & Co
J. B. Hoot A Co
J. H. Bulla
I j. F. Huss
F. O. Kellogg
Werthelmer A Degen..
II. F. Hamilton
I Sullivan Hroa
; Rothschild tt Krehs...
1 Mo. Kan. Calf Oo...
Hsker, Jones at Smith..
Dennis A Francis
Jensen ft Lungten
Totals 7.214 10.890 19,396
CATTLE There was a very fair run
of cattle today, making the total for tne
two days 16.619 head, which, although
smaller than for the same periods during
recent weeks, is larger than a year ago
by over 6,000 head. Conditions were some
what similar to what they were yesterday
in tnat receipts everywhere were very
liberal, and early advices from most mar
kets were none loo good. In oonsequenoe
of that local buyers were slow about tak
ing hold, the early market being ex
tremely dull and the feeling very weak,
with some kinds of cattle lower and some
poesibly about steady with yesterdsy. The
forenoon wss well advanced before very
much business was transacted.
The market did not improve any as the
morning aavanced, prices ranKlng any
where from steady to quite a little lower
In some spots. Tne close was especially
slow and weak.
Uuola.loi.k on eattle: Oood to choice
fed yearlings, 3a.0u48.&0; fair to good fed
yearlings, 47.0uij8.0u; common to fair fed
I darlings. $6.ui7.O0; good to choice heavy
oevea, $8. 006. 60; fslr to good cornfed
beeves. $6.7fVri8.uu; common to fslr corn
fed beeves, 86.004i6.76; prime grsss beeves,
t7.6Oia8.00: good lo choice maas beeves.
$7,004x7.60; fslr to good grsss beeves, $i.26
(li.Ou; common to fair grass beeves, $0 35
i6.36; good to choice glass heuers, $o.7u9
a. rj; gooa to cnoice grass cows, $0,604
6.26; lair to good cowl, $4.60fJ&.60; com
mon 1 if ia,r vuwa, n.uvii.bv, uuq iu
i holes feeders, $8.75427.60; fair to good
leideri, $6.25nv6.76; common lo fair feed
ers, $6.26426.26; good to choice stockers,
7.O0ii7.Mj; fair to good stockers, $6 2.,l4
7 .ft); common to fair stockers, 3t.2.',ni.i..;
stock heifers. $5.60i6.2T: stock cows. $4.60
if'. 25; stock calves. ttt.tO&ft.lO; veal calves,
$6 .009. 25; bulls, stags, etc., $4.26a 00.
Ss. A. Pr. Me.
I 44 I
1 1UUT 6 M It
to Uil la u
II llDl I M 4
.. ; 4 so
..UZ7 4 40
..Ml 4 t
611 4 00 T
b 4 74 4
T70 4 04 24
11M 4 40 4
401 $ oe i
71 I W 14
W.4 4 74 II
.1044 I 8.
tttil 6 40
..77 I 44
.. 174 4 44
744 6 U
DiUVRMlB AIVXJ t tt.iJE.KS.
1 4 00 It mo 4 40
70 4 00 4 U4 10
41 6 M W 104 4 70
83 steers. ...lloO 8 30 $ steers. ... 972 6 60
13 cows 9h 6 75 24 feeders. .1046 S 26
(0 feeder.. 1024 6 25
U steers.. ..1043 6 26 24 steers.. ..1246 6 76
11 steers.... 6M 4 60 10 steers. ...10 6 60
Hous Price reacted lightly all around
today, and when the market was all over
value looked steady to 60 higher than
yesterday .Shippers started things by tak
ing a larger sliare of tha annul v 1..
.they did Monday on a good steady basis.
They bought the bulk of their hogs
annum the latter price, which
was the day a top, being paid a number
of times for choice butcher weight and
Packer trade opened a little slow, and
owing to the somewhat discouraging re
ports from other points, feeling was a
little bearish on first rounds. First sales
lo packers did not look much more than
steady, but competition was lively, and
bids Improved gradually as the morning
advanced, so that moat of the salea were
made on a strong to 6c higher basis, and
at the beat time towards the close trade
looked to be a flat oc higher. Extreme
close proved to be a little dull, aa a good
many mixed light hogs were left to sell
on the lullend. but. considering ths con
dition of the market on this sort of
stuff Monday, nearly everything was
cleaned up at satisfactory prices. fig
supplies were not so burdensome, as
there were fewer of them in the re
ceipts, and packers did not insist so
strongly on the underweights being
trimmed out of loads today.
On the whole, movement was fairly
active and a good clearance was mads
shortly sfter lo o'clock. Hulk of the
sales were msde at $6 30i 3o. with a
tprinkling of lights on down, and a good
snowing at the top, $6.35. It was Impossi
ble to get all the sales of light hogs in
yesterday's representative sale column,
and for this reason the market shuwed up
better thsn It really was. This was par
tially offaet bv a very noticeable Im
provement in quality today.
Ay. Hh. Pr.
....JM ... ,
... ri lie ( 24
...Ml 4 4 ti
' . 4 10
.Mi u 4 14
. M II
.lit too 4 It
. I 4 17
. III 110 4 Si
. .teli 40 4 14
bHEKP ReceU U war on tbe liberal
7 471 I
1 , IB
cider and showed quite a gain over
yesterday, some eighty-two cars, or lx.nuO
head, being reported In. So far this
week 32.Uu bead have arrived, the run
being over 4,000 head heavier than Inst
aeek, 4.0U0 larger than two weeks sgo,
and almost three times as large as tor
U.e same days laat year.
tlood handy-weight lambs found a fairly
broad outlet this morning at prices that
were pretty close to steady with Mon
day and by itUdforenoon most of the
lambs of this description had been
canned, bulk of them selling at $M4.
Tradeis as a general thing thought the
quality of the latnba that sold at $1.66
today was on the whole a little better
than the stuff to brlna the same Price
yesterday, hut as a rule they quoten the
food lisndvweignt offerings steady. Half
at or heavy lambs, however, were not
wanted and were overlooked by moat
buyers and trade on these classes prom
ised to he draggy at lower prices. Kwes
were pretty well supplied and again
moved at good steady prloee. Several
bunchea of choice ewes brought $1.0
whllo the bulk of the decent to good
stuff moved from $5 7 upward.
Aa expected, the balance of the fore
noon proved to he a dreggy affair In
the fat lamb division, although tlie mar
ket wasn't quite so weak as packer In
timated. By noon the hig end of the
offerings had been started Scaleward at
prices that on beat kinds looked nearly
steady and on the balance of the offer
ings were anywhere from weak to In
avots as much as 10a lower. Noon found
some lambs still In first hands. Bulk of
the good to choice lambs sold at $.60it
1.66, and best fed weerns are nominally
quoted up to $H 76. Many of the lambs
selling around $N.h) were fat enough, but
carried too much weight, while others
that were of the des red weight lacked
finish. There was quite a sprinkling of
a fair sort of slurf from H.;0 downward
to $f . Two cars of clipped fed west
erns brought $7.70.
In c.'mimrleon to tha slse of ttiPDllee
feeier offerings were very scarce. Two
more loads of the Montana feeding year
lings brought $6.20, the an me price as on
Monday What few feeding ewes were
here attracted rju'te a hit of attention,
although none was reported as sold up
to norm. Hartllv any feeding lambs were
Included In the supply.
Uiotntt ns on sneon and lambs: Imbs,
good to choice, ts.60tift.76: lambs, fair to
good, $0.2641 S 60; lambs, feeders. $:.cojy 1
i 40; yearlings fair to choice. $.00i4 SO.
yearlings, feedere. $V764v.oiO; wethers,
lair to choice, W.Jo; ewes, good to
choice, $A.7fi 11O ewes, fair to good, $6.00
436.75; twes. feeders, $4.00it.26.
207 fed ewes
49 Idaho fee ler lambs,.,
101 Idaho feeder lambs..,
174 Idsho ewes
Ill Idaho ewes
123 Ma no eewa
784 Idaho lambs
1296 Idaho lambs
lilil Irikhn lambs
132 Montana yearling breed, ewes 69
li7 Montana wethers 101
449 Idaho lambs 71
672 fed shorn lambs 74
CHICAGO LIVID OTOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady Hoars Uteady 1 iP
ClIlOAflO. Pec. T.-CATTLTC Receipts,
6,000 head: market steady; native beef
steers, 86.6010.6; western steers, $6.U4JI
8.10; rows and heifers, $J.6tj.lo; calves,
HOOS RecelPtB. 4S0W head: market
steady at shade decline; bulk of sale.
$H.0t4l1.66; light, $.VKU6.60; mixed. $(
6.70; heavy, $6.164T7.76, rough, IU.I6fl4.3i,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 15,000
head; market weak; wethera, S6.0O49u.6O;
ewes, 84-10U.2u; lanms, pi. .oy'a.io.
I ' . .
4. t.onls 8.IV4 HliM-K rti.
PT. IX5UIB, Dec. 7. CATTLE) Receipts,
6.700 head; market stesdy; native beef
steers. $7.60'10.40; yearlings steers and
heifers. $8 60410.20; cows, $t.60i7.00; stock
ers and feeders, $6.0O7.2r; southern steers,
$5.2 Uti.rO; cows and hellers, $4.lOa6.M; na
tive calves. $6.0010.&0.
H Oil H Receipts, 12,809 head: market
hlifhar: niaa and llahta. $5.26iv6.66: mixed
and butchers, $6.408-70; good heavy. $6.8)
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 2.S0O
bead; market ateady; yearlings, $.oj
7,rm; lambs, $8.9.10; sheep and ewes,
Kansas City Lire Stork Market.
KANSAS CITT. Mo., Dec 7 CATTLE
Receipts, 12,000 head: market steady:
prime fed steers, $ S..'!, 10 00; dressed beef
steers. $7.0O4r9.00: western steers. $6.26 0
9.00; sTockers and feeders, $5.00j7.60; bulls,
$4.7ftft6.75; calves, $6.00(1 9.00.
HUGS Receipts, 19,000 hesd; market
steady; bulk, $6.161.60; heavy. $6.4&e.67;
packers and butchers, $6.26434.60; lights,
t6.10tt6.37; pigs, $6.2o.20.
SHEEP AND LAM BS Receipts, 9,700
head; market stesdy, closed weak; lambs,
$S.S."y8.S&; yearlings. 86.76(37.60; wethers,
$5.7fu6.60; ewes, $i.00o.00.
Rlonx City Live Htock Market.
SlOt'X CITT. la., Dec. 7. CATTLE
Receipts, 8,600 head: market steady: na
tive steers. $&.60d7.00; butchers $4.&0iuv6.X;
stockers and feeders. $5.0iX'ji6.40; calves,
$UOD4iR.50; bulls, stags, etc., $4.00.6O.
Hot JH Receipts. 6,100 head; market
steady to 6c higher; heavy, $6l6'u.i5;
mixed. $H10n16; light. $6.7a4j.10; bulk of
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, t.000
head; market steady; ewes, $4.0006.76;
St. Josepk Live Slock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Dec. 7. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 3,600 bead; market lower; steers,
Sx.oOrqH 60: cows and heifers, $3.6008.60;
HOUS Receipts. 13,000 hesd: market
steadyi bulk of aalea. S6.264.4&.
Slock la eUaat.
Receipts of live stock at the five
principal western markets yesterday:
Cattle, liogs. Sheep
.... 6.200 10
.... 6.700 12.900
Total receipts 82.400 96.600 47.100
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Deo. 7.-MERCANTILH
PAPER-34I3 per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE - Sixty-day
bills, $4 67; demand, $4.7126; cables, $4.72)0.
SlLVER-bar, Wc; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, heavy; railroad,
TIME LOANS Firmer: sixty dsyt, 2
per cent; ninety days. t per Cent; six
months, 2lj3 per cent.
CALL MONEY Steady; highest. 2 per
cent; low, per cent: ruling rate. l
per reft; laat loan, 2 per rent; closing
bid. 14 per cent; offered at 2 per cent.
Cloning quotations on bouds lousy ware
V . ret. le. res ... (44Ma. Pec. rr. ts.... 44
in oouooa 44 N. Y. C deb. 4s. ...Ill
V- . 4a. res 1014 N. T. City 4e ....l4
do rvupoa 10II4N. V. Hi ale IHi... uiu
t'. a. rg no w. y.. n. H. a h.
4o rouoon HI ey. 4a 114V,
Panama la coupon, .lott No. Peclrto 4s tl1
Am. timelier 4e ...114 4o se k.
A. T. T. e. 4SS..10 WO. g. U ret. 4a M
Armour A It 4Se.. tiV, Par. T AT ....
Auhinaoo sea. 4a... 4.1'ena. eon. 4'te iu
Hal. A Ohio 4e 41 4e gaa. m 1v
4 en. l'ecltlr 11 KVReallo sew 4a..... NH
r.hee. A Ohio 4-o.. 4 s. L 8 K r. 4a. Tl
C. H. A O I. 4 ... 'Ao Par. cv. la I44
C M A H P s 4Vi 10I 4o raf 4g (!
I". 11. I. a r. r. 4a. i no. naiiwar as Ui.
('. A a. r( 4S.
xiHlDiua rsntie 4 ... 1714
l a R. 11. rat. i' 4 cr. 4e.
U II. H. Hubuer Is.
Gen. Kiartrle I....
(it. No. let 4'4a
111. ten. raf. ...
K. C. Ho. ref. be ..
U, 4 N. unl. 4e .
M. k. A T let 4e.
toai,!' M. Htael 4a...,
. IMa Wehaata let le. ...
. pnWeel. I nloa 414
. MWWeet. Eler er la..l3S
. H'a Anele-Trench 4s .... i
OI anal Roela.
SAVANNAH, Oa., Dec. 7.-TI'RPKiN-T1NE
Finn. I.3V-; sale. 68 bhls.: re
ceipts, 310 bbl. ; shipments, 317 bbls. ;
storks. 14.70 bbls.
RDKIN F.rm; sales, 1.5H bhls.; re
reipu. 3.0OI bhls.; sbliments. bbls. :
stocks. 74,6 bhls. Quotation: A. B. C,
D. $o.: K, $&.: F. $Sri6.o; O. H, $5.70;
K. $.Oi0615; M, $6.2,ifi.t6; N. $i.65; WU.
$6.90; WW, $7.(17 U.
NEW YORK. Dec. 7. SUGAR Raw,
firm: centrifugal, &2oc; molasses, 4 4 to.
Refined, steady. Sugar futures opened
easier today under scatterud llitidatlon
and realizing. At noon prtcea were 2 to
7 points net lower.
, K sport Price of OI l.
NEW YORK. Deo. 7. Ths Standard Oil
company of New York today advanced
the price of refined petroleum for ex
port 26 point, making ths esses 10.60 cents
per gallon, tanks. 4 76 cents, and stand
ard white. In barrels, 140 cents.
Dry Ooods Market.
NEW YORK. pec. 7 DRY QOOp
Cotton gooda firm and advanced. Yarns,
firm. Tile acarctlty of dyeetuffs is be
nm lug a very serious matter n all Uxtllo
NEW YORK JTOGK MARKET
Wall Street Regard. Some Points of
Wilson's Message with
STANDARD STOCKS STRONGER
NEW YORK. Pee. 7,-If the course of
todays market may be accepted as a
criterion. Wsll street and the financial
community as a whole regarded some of
thn main points of the presidents mes
sage to congress v.lth disfavor.
standard stock, which were dull but
steady In the forenoon and became more
active and stronger on publics tion of
the message, fell back later tinder the
weight of heavy selling In which bearish
operations were probablv no small factor.
I nlte.t States Sloe) was the overshad
owing feature of the midday advance,
ascending almost steadily from its early
minimum of ,;S to kx. a mere tinder
Its beat price of recent years, on transac
tions that ranged from l.ono to 7X
shares. Halle and other seawoned Iseues
rose proportionately, but yielded with
Steel In the irregular and unsettltd close,
which registered numerous net losses.
Total sales amounted to 7i shares.
Much of the I quotation which followed
the mort careful rending of the presi
dent's recommendations was ascribed to
those features dealing with a proposed
tax on various crude and refined prod
ucts. Chief among the msny advances of the
early session, most of whloli were sub
stantially effaced, were Studehaker,
Baldwin lyOcomotlve. New York Airbrake,
Slosa-Sheff eld Steel, Hsrvester, Indus
trial Alcohol. Distillers' Securities, In
ternational Nickel and Petroleum.
Iondon was again a seller here, con
fining Its limited trading to Pacifies and
s-inte of the minor metals. Sterling ex
change was strong, comparing elth tilph
eat rates of the recent movement, but
continental remittances were easier.
Bonds, irregular, with another decline
In Anglo-French notes which sold for
"future" delivery at 96.
Total sales, par value aggregated, v
I'nlted States comport 4i were H per
cent lower on call.
Number of sales and leadlnf quotations
on stocks .were as follows:
galea. Hlh. Lew. Clnst.
Amarlrae heat Susar
Aaiartnul 1 promotive ....
American s. a R
Am. B AR. pt4 ..,
A. Sugar daflslnt
A mar Ira a Tat. a Tel
AniMniU Copper ........
Kaltlmor a Ohio
Branklra Raald r T....
sIKorala Pttrolaum ....
t'heaapaalia A Ohio
rhlraan O. W
fhli-asn. M. A fit. I
Chicago A N. W
ttili-ggn, R 1. a P. Rf..
t'nlura.U Kual 4 Iron....
s.nuo i s V
l.ino It l''4
I. u0 1114 11 7ta
400 Tit, 7n 7iS
4.400 III 11714 1171a
10 1 1204 1M4
(too tin 'lit
11.400 go 17 T
tiro 107 in: iro
It.MiO ll4 H4Vl 11
I.7O0 4t S4tJ 4a
Kit 4 "
400 $7i ;
1.4O0 40 40 en
4.700 44 41 W
un 11 11 14
2.400 4 94 t
1.700 M 1 1
Ii0 M 14 M
4.200 B.1 11 11
4.PO 14 74 11
1.4e t 44
17. Pm 4 47 47
I4.e 44 44 4.1
4XW 1TI 174 1
l.no irr iw 12
1.400 m 44 4
4.004 71 11 17
l.soft ti n n
t,n0 112 110 110
l.ono t li l)
t.4mi 41 U 41
14tn 44 S4 a.1
I.SM $4 14
1.800 6 1 4
l.ono 43 M 41
4O0 . 1K 14 14
l.pno 104 yj ioj
1,400 n 74 7S
7,700 111 10 IIS
t.pn 117 114 lie
1,00)1 10 10
XM 44 44 44
4.4X4 40 l 10
147 1M !
J. mo ' rr
, 4.4 41 4- 12
. 14.OI0 4lt It F!
, 1,410 1"? tto 101
MS 44 7J 13
, 14,100 1M m I'd 14
, l.00 (74 44 47
, lono 110 tll 111
, 11.400 J 1M 131',
400 41 41 41
144.0 4) M M
404 114 114 14
llflO St 74 7
I. finO 44 44 14
, 1I.CO 70 4 44
1,100 T4 74 14
l0 4 421 47
lO.OOO W 4 4
I 00 t 14
tmm a k. o. sta
IMnlllara' Baeurlilaa ....
Oraat Northers Btrt
Oraat No. Ore rhi
Intartxtrmiih CV. Oars...
Kanaaa CHy aouthara....
I.mil.vllla a NaahTllls...
MiMoorl, K. A T. pti...
New Tor Cantral
n. r., n. m. a it
Norfolk A Waatara
Pwlflr Tel. Tol
ywllatas Palaea Oar
.Ray Vra. Copper
RapuMlo Iroa A Blael ...
Houlharn Parttle ,,
HtuOebakar Company ....
I'nlon Parlflo f4
t oiled gtataa tttael
I'. M. Staal pl4
Weatlnshouea Claotrle ,.,
General Motor . . . . ,
International Marine pii.
Wahaah B (d
Total sals lor tha Say. 7ot,nse eharee.
Quotations faralehed by Rurna, Brtnher a Ca.
441 omens nsiicoai bwos uiag.. umtoi
Baniieni' Mortgage Loan
Deer A Co. pM
Fairmont Greamarr aid
Piek Kubber Co T let p(4
Inooin lei. m iei. com ,
New mala Telephone ptd ,
Omaha A C. B Ht. Rr. pfd
Omaha C. B. Hr. krlds td
gwitt A Company 12 it.
BUilDurger m omw piu 014 ey
Hieaert-Werner gpdomtr II
I'd ln Stock Tarda stook 44
Chlcago Telephone r. 1st la. 1IT1....I0I ln
CHy of Omaha Water 4e. 1441 101 im It
City r utnaha park 4g. i4.. 101
Liuoaea iteaiiy a, it a vg
Pt. !., l. M. Bo. R. n. 41 111?
Llaoela Tel. Tel. 4. 1411
Lo Angeles 4, 1144
low Hallway a l.lght 6s. 1412
Omaha a C. C. St. ay. 4a. nil
Omaha Ga 4. 117
Red Cloud, Nek., 4. tM
Hockjr Hountal Fuel 1 (bonus)...
(iloug City Stork Tardg 4e. 1440
(Iux Pail. M. D. 4a. IKI4
talft A Company I. 144
Thuratos County. Neb.. 4. 144
. . m 100
..101. PI 0 M
.. 44 44
.. 44 14
.. 44 44
.. 41 Ml
Wichita I'aloB Block Yard 4a. 114.... 44 1H
London Stork Market,
LONDON. Pee. 7. American Rails were
steadily supported at improving prices
on the stock market today, despite ths
firmness of exchange, which closed at
4 71VcMT3 for cable transfers.
SILVER Bar, 26 16-16d per ounce.
MONEY 404 per cent.
PISCOUNT RATES Short bills and
three months, 6 per cent.
Bank tlearlnc. '
. ACTA Sf 1 I 1 A
.! 1 1 v, a 'upv. 1, pun nrtrinsjii nr
Omaha today wra 3,001,OM,06 and for
A U aeaK-.n ( Ja u 1.S at.
.8IC tUI SWvPWIlUISia Usmj StBSl, YVSJkf 44a4P9
SISTER OF SENATOR BURKETT
IS DEAD AT GLENWOOD
OLENWOOD. Ia.. Dee. 7.-(8peclal.)-The
funeral services of Mra. O. F.
Scherer of Los Angeles, were held in
Glenwood to day at the home of her
sister. Mrs. E. R. Herrtck. Mrs. Scherer
was the daughter of Henry Burkett and a
slater of former Senator Burkett of Ne
braska. She was born on the old Burk
ett homestead in this county and died
at Rochester, Minn., where she had
undergone a surgical operation.
She le survived by a husband and
seven brothers and sisters.
Absorblne, Jr., brings quick relief. Keep
It always at hand for Instant use. Ath
letes tase Absorblne. Jr., for the muscle
that has been strained, for the cut or
laceration that runs a chance of infec
tion; for the abrasion that pains and the
limbs that are stiff and lame from over
Walter Johnson, the famous pitcher of
the Washington Americana, says: "Ab
sorblns, Jr., is a first-class liniment and
rub-down for tired muscles. 1 have used
It myself to advantage and can heartily
recommend It to ball player every
where." Absorblne. Jr., Is a concentrated anti
septic liniment only a few ' drops re
quired at an application. It la safe and
pleasant to use leaves ao greasy reaW
due. Bold by most druggists, $1.00 and
$2.09 a bottle or postpaid. Liberal trial
bottle for 10c in stampa.
W. K. YOCNG. P. D. V.
104 Temple St., SprUifielL Maaa.
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