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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1915)
THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 0, 1015.
NICELY furn. south room; strictly nod.;
prleste family. H. 34;. 120 S. .0th St.
VKl.L furnished, etesm-heated rooms,
walking d stance Cull Tyler
SPECIAL, LOW RATfy
TO PEHMANENT G K8T8.
HOTEL SANFORD, 1th and Farnam.
H' TEL HAHLEY. :oth and FBrnsm.
liOOM with breakfast. $3.50 k., strictly
moil, home, new furnlsh's. close In. H.31IH
NKWI.Y furnlshml warm room, close In.
223 X. ?ad, 1'hnne Tyler ST.
West Karmun Iarge nicely furn. front
mom, mod., prtv., not water ht.. Instant
water theater hath room, close In. Hnr. 3012.
FT RNlSHKD rooms for rent, sleeping
roocs and light housekeeping rooms,
clone In. 2fiQ6 Farnam, Tel. Douglas 475.
HOI DGKbtl'lMO ROOMS.
FOR RENT Strictly modem, newly fur-
nlahedcme . heat furn.: private. H. mas.
Eavenpobt, ans-two or threB
N1CKLY FURNISHED HOCSEKKEI'
1NO ROOMS, REASONAHLE.
JIOl'SES AND COl'TAt.ES.
8-ROOM house, modern, new furnace,
never used. 2216 Hurt. Red 63S3.
KENT rHKK FOR TWO WKKK8 Nice
eight-room house; newly decorated;
modern except heat; storm windows and
do,rs; price reduced to $18. Web. 6060.
FOR"" RENT 6-room, new. modern, up-to-date
brick flat. 2223 W111U Ave. Rent
$26. Tel. D. Io30.
NEWLY decorated, "-room, modern
house; large barn and yard; near car
line: reasonable rent. Tel. p. 6729.
6-ROOM, strictly modern CMtuge, hot
water heat, close In; rents for $25. 40
W. H. Dorrance, Tel. P. 526 or H. $151.
. ALKING listanre, 2644 Dodge, 8-roorh
modern House, $26. Key next door. W.
W. Mitchell, owner. Phone Web. 4875.
a-ROOM, nearly new; modern except fur
nace; only $18. Colfax 1"M.
lS'EW 4-room cottage, Florence. Adama
a-id Buffalo Pts. D. 46:13. $10 a month.
6-KOOM, nearly now; modern except fur
nace; only $l. Colfax 1W.
MODERN (-room house with bath. 2So2
Franklin. Phone Webster 51.1B.
For Rent 2 nice houses, well located
and in perfect condition; each has 6 rooms
and bath. Will rent to rellaole colored
people; Call' Doug, 281H, o
CIIlCAotJ, 2W. Neat four-room cottage,
FREE RENT mo., on some of these:
Choice new brock fiat, 5-r., mod., 220 N.
22d. $; 6-r., 31 St 8. mh. $12; 5-r., mod., 2462
8. 17th, $16; 4-r., 837 S. 24th St., $10; 4-r..
neat home, 2 lots, chicken yds., 3Huo Val
ley, $o.u0; 8 others.' $5 to iJO. McKitrick K,
K. Co. D. 14K2, Ty. 2140-J.
MOVING EXPENSES PAID.
114 B. 29th 8-r.. all mod. house, newly
painted and papered; close In. $-'5.
3036 8. Kith 6-r.. part mod. cottage, $10.
RASP BROS. Douglas lt3.
G22 8. 19th St. 8-r. all mod. house, well
Arranged for renting rooms, $42.50.
RASP BROS.. Douglas lii&a.
fe-R. HOUSE, 1 sleeping porch, 1 screen
porch. 90S 8. 36th Ave. Harney 3-21
r-rm. house for rent, all modern except
heat. 711 S. 17tn Ave. Doug. ' 6131.
PARTLY moduli 6-io.m houue, one block
from car line, 3304 Vinton. Harney 2879.
. WEST.. .
7-ROOM modern house, Dundee; 4S01 Cap-
Itol Ave. Phone Walnut 180.
2333 Harney St., modern 10-room brick
house; hot water hett. Inquire T. J.
O'Brien. Tel. H. 1091. D. 1216.
JSeVeN rooms, strictly modern, full lot,
on paved street. 2 blocks from car
line, $.' per month. ,'
6-KOOM modern brick house.' freshly
papered, in nice cond tion, $22 per month.
J. H. DUMO.MT & CO..
IS-18 Keellne Wdg Tel. Douglas (190.
BEE the Central Furniture Store's FKICK
HAVE you got the money? If you have
, Investigate this. $3,000 will buy a busi
ness worth $4,000, if taken before Deo. 10.
Address P. 3.t. care Bee.
S-ROOM cotage. Low rent, close in. Q.
P. Stebblns, lfilO Chicago.
HrrncoB Crelgh Sons ft Co., Bee Bldg.
nouat'8 ln al, part o( tne ctlv
UlAOfJARD Van & Storage Co.: Moving
packing, storage and shipping. P. 14'j6,
SEPARATE, locked rooms, for house
hold goods and pianos; moving, packing
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
tot So. 16th St. Doug. 4163.
620 N. 41st. -r. house $22.60
1132 8. $2d, 8-r. house 35.00
2426 Spencer, 6-r. house 22.50
J01S Orece, 6-r. house ., .15.00
l7 N. 27th, 8-r., house 16.00
2631 Capitol Ave., S-r. houso 11.00
1921 Leavenworth. 2d floor, 6-r.. pt
ALFRED C. KENNEDY CO..
Pouglss 722. 209 First Nat. Bank Bldg. o
S-r. 3304 Davenport St.. West Farnam.
9-r. 828 B. 22d St., close In, modern, $25.
7-r. 2438 F.minet St.. mod. ex. heat, $18.
S-r. 2708 Parker St. (colored), mod., $30.
fc-r. 1933 South 9th St., modern, $25.
PETERS TRCST CO., DOUQ. 8S8 O
Globe Van &Storage
Stores, moves, packs, ships; 3-horse van
and I men, $1.23 per nr.; storage, $2 per
mo Satisfaction guar. D. 4338 Ty. 2J0.
Phone .Douglas Z88 for complete list of
vacant houses and apartments; also for
gtoruge. moving. ISth and J.ickson Sts.
Eight Brand New Homes ,
Elegantly finished, welt located; prices
from $1$ to $40; one has garage. , You will
' have to act quick. Our automobile will
be at your service.
, , . Saunders Co.,
1215 W. O. W. Doug. 3623.
Exp. Co., moving
packing ft storsga
1207 F'arnam. P. tsut.
Gordon Van Co.
li N. llth St. Tel. D. SS4 or Har. 19.w!
STORES AND OFFICE.
AUTOMOBILE SALESROOM AND
The Ford Bldg. at 2oth and Harney 8t.,
offered for rent. 3 floors and basement,
86x1.10 feet; large show room, commodious
offices, electric elevator and steam heat.
Se us for terms of lease.
.L GEORGE COMPANY.
, Phone P. 756 .2 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
2 Small Offices
' Inquire Room 103.
At 714 South 13th St.. OmaJxa, cold stor
age ri'om.i approximately 4oxl2 feet,
rooied with tte. railway siding for twu
car, sultatle for fruit, veKetables beer
in.ats, butter. Cheap. R. Wal er. phono
K. W.. COR. 24th and Lake -t,.r-
baaemeut; rent rtgnt. Colfax iit.
REAL ESTATE Foil EX (711 WGE
ONE t-roum house, corner lot, will trade
euuity for a good vacant lot.
(J. A. ECKLE3,
Phone P. 11 or H. 676-1.
FEVEN-PASSENGER auto to exchange
for 6-room bung alow. Phone Doug. t,j
FOR BAI.E or exchange in Brookings
Co.. a 2J0 or a 4ta. ie farm; both
Imp.; nice laying land; good black dirt
FARM RANCH LANDS FOR 8 ALB
CALIFORNIA poultry farm for sals.
Terms. For Information writs E. R.
Waltw, Shawnee, OKI.
134 In Harrison Co.. Iowa: new Improve
. ments; land lays rood, at 1110; 1500 down,
$2,500 March 1, time on balance. A bar-
gain. We'll prove It. Come and see.
FRANK HILL, Logan. la.
HERE IS YQl'R CHANCE.
40-acre farm 15 miles south of Council
Bluffs, la.; close to railroad; 36 acres
under cultivation; 4-room cottage, barn,
well, cave; fenced and cross-fenced;, must
have $00 cash: this Is a snsn: worth
$T.on0. but will take $3,560 if sold by the
12th. call at 413 Karbach Blk., Omaha,
A PAXDY 171 acres Improved, 8 miles
or siumorn, s mues 1'araons, Kan.
0af,rfriAA HJiW 111 V. 1 . w
-.. ... ",iv .niiy linn, niTIII
$,5Q0. No trades. Fettrtch, Altsmont, Kan.
FOR SALE Best large body high grsde
medium priced land in Nebraska; very
Utile money required. C. Bradley, Wol
bach. Neb. o
WILKIN County, Minn. n0 acres level
prairie, unimproved, a miles from mar
ket, near school, good roads. $35 per acre.
Weather and roads fine. Llland Land
Co., Fergus Falle, Minn.
20-ACRE fruit larm ln Calhoun. Neb.; 11
room house, barn, garage and fish pond
in connection; next to city park. In heart
m vuy. e 1 1 jo noun, I'ainoun, Neb.
CORN, alfalfa, wheat, cotton land for
sale nr pvphnnia W 1.? i; , I ...
UPPER WISCONSiN-Best dairy and
general croD state ln the nnir, ..ti..r.
Wanted; lands for sale at low prices on
eany terms. Ask for booklet 34 on Wiscon
sin Central Land Grant Excellent lands
biuih rami iik. n interested In fruit
lands ask for booklet on annl nmh.ni.
Address Land and Industrial Pept.. Boo
fcnnq nniiway, iwinneapons, Alinn.
HAVE TOU A FARM FOR SALET
Write a good descrlntlon of vnu, i.iwi
and send It to the Sioux City (I.) Jour
nal, Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
Mtdlum." Tweuty-flve wortls every Fri
day evening. Saturday morning and every
oaiunis; cvanins; ana ounaay ror one
month, giving sixteen ads on twelve dif
ferent days for $2; or 60 woids. $4, or 75
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper; 250,000 rvadcis daily ln four great
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FARM and citv loans at lowest rates.
TOLAND ft TRUMBULL. 448 Bee Bldg.
$100 TO $10,000 made promptly. F. dT
"w", Tveaq Plug., lain e arnam Eta.
CITY and farm loans, t. 6H. per csnu
. imimm tc ,o., i9 Plate nanx.
A "Fn. Kala" - A III l
furniture into cash.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H Thomas, 228 State Bank Bldg.
6 TO 6 for loans on best class city
residences ln amounts $2,000 up, also
farm loans. - Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO.. 1622 Farnam St.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.'
O KF.EFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1018 Omaha National. Phone Douglas 2715.
FARM AND CITY LOANS.
O' DOUGHERTY ft HUGHES,
Til Keellne Bldg. Phone P. 1013.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder, City National Bank Bldg.
lC Cm LOANS. C. O. Carlberg, 310
u 12 Brandela Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
I WANT to buy for cash 2 or 3 very
cheap lots. Give price and legal de
rcrlttlon and you will hear from me.
8. 340. Bee.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
REMEMBER OMAHA'S BEST RESI
DENCE GROWTH ALWAYS HAS
FIRST Capitol Hill.
THEN West Farnam.
Dundee's newest addition is directly
west on the car line and less than three
miles from 16th and Farnam streets.
The past proves that early purchases In
the best residence district means profits
for the purchasers.
No better time than now to buy prop
erty in Dundee's newest addition, the
right location, between 49th and 52d,
Dodge and Howard streets, and plan that
Low prices easy terms.
George & Company
Phone D. 76. 3 city Nat. Bank Bldg.
$700 EACH TWO FINE DUNDEE LOTS,
50x136 FT. EACH. IXX'ATEP HIGH
AND SIGHTLY. A GOOD BUY FRoM
AN INVESTMENT STANDPOINT AH
WELL AS FINE BUILDING SITES.
230 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Doug. t8.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
7-Koom All Modern "
House on Boulevard.
Balance on Terms to Suit.
This house is modern through tout.
Phone Doug. 2926
Call Walnut 682 after 7 p. m.
$100 CASH. $16 MONTHLY.
A good little 4-room house, full base-
ITlt'tit tkell. lurua pkinl,.. ... . .
dandy place to ralae chickens, price $1,100.
wni uiwvBi iruiil Ames Ave. Ctr.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY
Doug. 17M. Rth Fl. Omaha Nat. Bk. B'dg.
CHICAGO 2:t2 Neat four-room cottage
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
CItEIG HTON'S 1ST
8 rooms, strictly all modern, just com
pleted, furnace, cement basement and
a.ks, east front lot. close to school,
good neikshborhood; close to Hanscoiri
park. Price $3,0w; terms. Located ZiX
S. Ifcth Ave.
C. O. CARLBERG,
311 Brandels Theater Bldg
$JU CASH. $30 PER MONTH.
For a dandy 8-room, strictly modern
hi use. t blocks from Hanscom park, one
block from Field club. The price la right,
ti.M location la right, and the time is
right Don't pay rent all your life, but
make a start now In the right direclon.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
D. 17M. 6th floor Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldr.
$200 CASH. $J0 PErTmoNTIL
For a dandy 4-room, strictly modern
house. 2 blocks from Hanscom park, one
block fro i Field club. The price la light,
the location is right, and the time is
right. Don't pay rent all your life, but
make a start now In the right direction.
PAYNE INVESTMENT OMPANY.
P. 1TH. 6th Floor Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Apartments, flats, iouaea and cottages
can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
bee -For tlaut."
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
NEAR tjih and Dodge Sts., 8-r., all mod.
hon.e, in flue repair; very valuaMe lot;
a bargain for some one; tvrms or small
proiily taken iu exchango
HASP LlwUU.. Mi MoCasue Bldg.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat is Rather Weak and Sells
from Two to Three Cents Under
CORN MARKET IS IRREGULAR
OMAHA. December . IMS.
The local wheat market was rather
weak today, declining from S to 3 cents
Although the receipts were light they
were sufficient to take care of the slow
The corn market was Irregular, the bet
ter grades selling a half lower, while the
poorer grades sold shout 2 cents under
.yesterday's prices. The rash demand for
rorn wss fair and the receipts were
The receipts of oats wer pretty light
and there was only a moderate demand.
Osts sold from three-quarters to a cent
The demand for rve wss moderate and
the receipts were light. Rye sold at prac
tlcslly unchanced prices.
Barley remained nominally unchanged.
Clearances were. Wheat and flour
REAL ESTATE WEST HIDE
6-Room All Modern
Balance on Terms
To Suit. x
This house only 'z block from
car, is in a fine location. Tele
phone today for full descrip
tion. Call Douglas 292G today.
Call Wal. 682 after 7 p. m. to
night REAL ESTATE VACANT
A Very Desirable
Lot for Sale or
"Will Accept Equity
in Home or Other
Income property if
This lot Is located on car line snl la
In a fine new restrl.tcd home b lldlns
City water, trees, gas and sidewalks are
all ln and paid for. '
Grades are established and street!
Phone Doug. 2926
Call Wal. 682 After
7 p. m. Tonight.
REAi-j E81ATTV INVK8TMENTS
. 10 Net
Tills Is a new brick business block lo
cated on a large east front corner lot, in
a fine residential district at a street car
Junction point, rented to responsible
parties under long time leases. Improve
ments consist of two stores and moving
picture theater. Something very desir
able and must be seen to be appreciated.
Price $2.",000, or will divide and sell two
stores on corner for $12.0ii0. It will pay to
Investigate this proposition. , -
George & Company
npuglas 758. ltnSy Nat- Bk. Bldg.
WANT OFFER INVESTMENT
An out-of-town owner wants an offer
on his Omaha properties. He owns the
lxnila brick flat at 2M0 and 2512 Hherman
Ave., a well built pressed brick front, 2
family building. Mental $X per annum.
Also the frame 7-rooin dwelling at 2672
Ppaldlng street, large lot. always rented,
$240 per annum. Will submit your offer
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY
Doug. 17S1. 5th Kl. Om. Nat Uk. Bldg.
We are offering a row of three at
tached brick houses. Each one has n ne
rooms and full basements equlppud for
This property Is only seven blocks from
the pontoffice and In a locailtv that as
sures its slways being rented. The houses
were built about five years sgo and are
In excellent condition. Annual rental,
$1,590. Price, H3.M0.
A. P. Tukey & Son
Tel. Douglas 602. 1507- W. O. W. Bldg.
44 ft nest First National.
145,000 iking- price. Make offer.
Harrison & Morton
ItEAL KHTATE MlSCELLAJTEOUS
We are offering some scattered lots In
the east portion of Omaha Heights, near
the proposed new boulevaid, al very low
prices and on easy terms.
Lots 1 and 20, block 16; lots 3, 17, 18 and
26. block 14: lots , 10. 11, 12, 15, 14, 19, 20,
21, 22 and 23, block 10; lots 11, 12. 13. II,
16, 1. 17. IS. 21 and 22, block 7.
We give you your choice of any of
these lota at $000 each; $6 down, U per
A. P. Tukey & Son
1507-8 W. O. W. B'dg.
liUILT FOR A HOME
Dandy 6-room bungalow, new, fully
model 11; living room across front of house,
3 front rooms, having beameu ceilings; i
rooms flnwind in oak, with oak fiobrs
throughout; second floor unfinished; could
finish three full rooms; hign-grade light
ing fixtures, full set of winuow fcliades
and screens, large cement basement, lur
nace beat; dandy east lront lot; street
paved; only oris blot k to car. Price cut
to $3,850. tasy terms, or lot as first pa
roenl. i RASPB110S.,
V McCague Bldg.
D mglss 16."3.
$18 MO. $0o CAtili bAVtC KiiNf.
and own this beautiful little hiiue: 4-r.,
nearly new. city water eleiirie light,
t lie oorner lot 43 If d"siredl; sightly lo
cation; snap at 1a MiKltnck It. E.
Co.. D. 142. Tyler 214o J.
New 7-r., sleeping porch, oak and birch
flnlsn, buffet and book cases, beam cell
ing, double floors, mirror doors, guar
anteed furnace, Corbln hardware, best
material and workmanship throughout.
South front, close in, close to car. Best
buy In Omaha Owner, Douglas 162.
On a 4-room strictly modern, well built
home from owner; but water heal.
M. .crT. Omaha Hee
1ST, 13th and Monroe Sta! Address J?,
Bee Office. South Omaha
POP SALE Apartment house, nearly
new; handsomely lurnlshrd; moderate
price: select occupancy; irofllshle as in
wstment Write for particulars and
pu. to. P0. Iiog 193. Rive slda ( a. u
Use The Boa's "Swapper column.
equal to TiT.OiO bu.; corn, 4.000 bu.; oats.
Uverpool Close: Wheat, WJIVI lower;
corn, vd lower.
Primary wheat receipts were 1. 47010
bu. and shlpnu-nts l.Nnh.ixn 4mi.. against
receipts of i.iM.mM bu. and shipments of
l.lol.isw bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were 9T7.OO0 bu.
and shipments $.iW0 bu.. against receipts
of X.&..Oi0 bu. and shipments of V47.OU0
bu. Isst year,
rrimary oats receipts were l.lM.flno bu.
and shipments 1.07&.000 bu., asnlnst re
ceipts of l.atl.OOO bu. and shipment of
.41,000 bu. last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 4S 14 149
Minneapolis . 2
Omaha 4 W It
Kansas City 131 !M 14
Ht. Iuils W 53 11
These sales were reported today:
Wheat: No. 8 hard winter: 1 csr. $10; I
! cars. $1.11; $ cars. $1 05' 6 cars, $!.04H;
1 car, $1.04; 1 car, $l.4. No. 4 hard wln
I ter: 4 cars. $1,014: 1 cars. $lo2;
S cars, $1.0JH; t cars, $1.W; ?S
cars, $1.00: 1 car. Wc; 1 car.
Wo; I car. WHc: 1 cars. !. Psmple-
i are. Vc; 14 cars, 0c; H car, Vc No. 4
ndxed: 1 car, $1.0.!; 1 ear. Wc; 1 tar, OTc.
i No. t durum: 8 rare. $1.03: 1 car. $l.'l.
No. I mix ol durum: S- car. ll.iK. No. 3
durum mixed: 1 car, ; No. t velvet
chaff: S car, $1 OR. Corn: No. I white:
- rurii loiqi, ro, o wnue. vm.
4'c. No. 4 white: t oars. 4c; t cars. 2o.
No. 6 white: I car (old, 7n: 1 car. 44c:
1 car, tlWo; 1 car, S9c. No. white- 1 csr,
69c; 1 car, &c. No. S yellow: X crs. i-:
H car, Srtc No. 4 yellow: l car,- K..40. No.
5 yellow: 1 car, 8.xs. No. 6 yellow: 1 cir.
lc. No. I mixed: IS cars (old), a",c. No.
2 mixed: 1 car (old), 67c; 3 cars. Hoc. No.
4 mixed: 1 car, 64'c; 3 cars, 61c: 1 car,
S3'tc. No. S mixed: I car, 61c: t cirs
u'4c. No. 6 mixed: 1 car. nl-:
1 csr. 57c; 1 car (poor!, M. Psmplo: 1 rsr,
64c; S-R tar. 4 fie. Oats: No. 3 white- 6 curs.
4c. No. 4 white: 3 cure, Sc; 1 car, V;
1 car, SSVto. Sample: S cars. 3Ko. Ry:
No 3: 8 cars. WOc. No. 4: 1 $-5 cars, bite;
: tar. (Sc. Sample: 1 csr, 85c.
Omahn Cash r-rioes W heat: No. ! hard,
$l.oWfl.os; No. 3 hard, l.uilVal-06; No. 4
hard. 7c(fJ$1.02; No. 2 spring. $1.07l.fl8;
No. 8 spring, $1.04(31.06. No. 3 durum,
I.Olfi 1.02; No. 3 durum, TOcdi'H Ol; sample,
iWo. Corn: No. I white, lim'qtfic; No.
3 white, 644W4C: No. 4 white. 6l4c:
No. 6 white. WSfiWHc; No. C white. 674
;H04e: No. yellow. ftr.yyatSf : No. 3 yel
low. 6fiftc: No. 4 yellow, fibrose: No. $
yellow, 644i6c; No. 6 yellow, 6o4u8c;
No. 2 mixed, 6444.-4; No. S mixed. 64f
6So: No 4 mixed, 6.-Vr644c ; No. 5 mixed,
6iW1e; No. mixed. 6ti4i6lP.. tats: No. 2
white, 410414c: standard. 404io40Vc; No.
2 white, 3!ii40c; No. 4 white, ai43!4
Parley: Malting, Mtfc; No. I feed, 5H4
oc. Kye: No. f. XKjOlc; No. 3, 400c.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feat ores of tbe Tradla aad Closing;
Prices as Board of Trad.
CHICAGO. Dec. . Larger country of
ferings In the northwest finally gave the
advantage to the bears ;.oday in wheat
after the market had passed through
many more upa and downs than usual.
Prices finished weak, Vuio to 14o net
lower, wun December at i.lf' and iy
at $1.11. Corn closed c to Wft-Sc down,
oats off a shade to 41i'4o and provi
sions varying- from 15c decline to a rise
heat values underwent rlghjt. at the
start a setback in consequence of lower
quotations from Liverpool and becausj
of bearish cro advices from Australia
snd Argentina. A sharp rally enued,
however. Influenced to some extent' by
hull'sh estimate regarding the decresse
In the acreage of winter wheat seeded In
the I'nl.-jed Btates. Afterward the market
fluctuated rapidly within a range of 2c,
but not for any long tune favoring either
tho opponents or the friends of an ad
vance as compared with yesterday's latest
European demand for wheat assumed
larger proportions thsn has recently been
.'.lie case, the amounts purchased today
aggregating 700.000 bushels, but most of
the total' waa sau to be at So under the
Chicago May price, the widest discount
so far on the 1915 cror.
Corn received good support, but failed
to overcome the bearish effect of the
breaks ln the wheat market.
Price changes In oats appeared to be
governed almost wholly by the action of
other cereals. Elevator stocks here were
Provisions ranged higher all day except
Just at the close, when buying power
seemed to have become at least tompo-
1 rui II:' exhausted.
NEW YORK ClE.VEa.tL MARKET
Quotations of fko Day oa Tarlooe
NEW YORK, Dee. . FLOlTR-fUeady.
WHEAT Hoot. Irregular: No. I durupi.
si.Z4, r. o. n. New York; No. 1 northern,
I Huluth, $i.224, and No. 1 northern, Manl
I toha. $1.22'. c. 1. f. Buffalo. Futures.
nervous; December, $1.23.
CORN Spot, firm; No. 2 yellow, 44c,
OATft-Spot. easy; No. 3 white? 4:.8't7e.
1 II A 1' btt-ady ; prime, $1.27"; No. 1,
$l.2f; No. 2, $1.1541.20; No. 3. $L0U1.06;
HOPS Quiet, state comon to choice
1115. 2"pWc; 1914, 66 10c; Pacific coast
lDir.. 1115c: 1914, MilOo.
HTDES-Steady; Bogota. 30fl31c: Central
LEATHER Firm; Hemlock firsts. 33
34c: seconds, 32f,lMc.
PROVISIONS Pork, firm: mess, $18.0C$
13.A0; family, $20.5u'ii22.ri0; short clears,
m.00j21.00. Beef, steady; mess, li.iy
17.: family, $18 OMi 18.60. Lard, strong,
middle weit. $8.'Vrf.fiO.
TALLOW Quiet; city, 7ykc: country,
"Vu-c; special. V4c. '
tit' ITLH Sleauy ; receipts, &.0M tubs;
creamery extras. 3iU'Slc; firsts, 234Hc;
EGGS Firm; receipts, 10.144 cases;
frt-ah gathered extra fine,- n40c; extra
firsts, 37'0Sc; firsts, 363ftc; seconds.
CHEESE Firm; receipts. 1.424 twxes:
state whole milk, fists, held specials,
17'Hc: state whole milk, average fancy,
14iiil7c; state whole milk, current make
specials. lbo; current make specials,
a"erai:e fancy, lKSHrtHe.
POCLTRY Dressed, .firmer: western
chickens. 16H27c; fowls. 12V4f17Hc; tur-
POl'ITRV Alive, firm: -western chick
ens, i:tfj'l5c; fowls, U3150; turkeys, 19
Kansas 4'ltr firnln and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Dec. S.-WIIEAT-No.
t hard. $1.0t"91.14;. No. 3 red, $l.lt1.16;
Decembc,-. $l.O..; May, $1.0V
CORN No. t wMe, 6ti4"e; No. t mixed.
'M66V4c; December. 65'iji6c; May,
OATS No. 2 mixed, 44341e; No. f white,
BUTfER Creamery, 23c; firsts, 81c;
seconds, 2Vc; packing, l(o. ,
FOOS Firsts. 2!c; seconds, 20e.
POl'LTRY Hens, 10VUc; turkeys,
15c; springers, 12c.
Minneapolis firala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. S WHEAT De.
eember, $10fV.; Msy, $1 12H: No. 1 hsrd,
$1.1UV; No. 1 northern, $L10'a'l.U'ii; No.
2 northern. $l.t,41.0ft.
R T E WCrirv.
CORN No. $ yellow. 7Mr7c.
0 4Ti4 No 3 wlUte. Viy-'ic.
FLAX $2.0692.08. .
St. I.ouls firala Market.
ST. IjOCIS, Dec. S.-WHBAT-No. t
red. $1.23'iil J-1'4; No. t hard, nominal; De
cember. $1 1S: May. $1.1614.
CORN No. 2. feHi8i,c, No. S white, 63H
feiWS; Deremtxr 7Hc; May, 70c.
OATb No. 2, C,4(44c; No. $ white, nom
inal. Llverwool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL, Dec. S WHEAT Spot.
No. 1 Manitoba, 12a 4Hd; No. 2, 12a Id; No.
3. lis lid; No. 2 hard winter, new, lis
CORN Spot, American mixed, yellow,
NEW YORK, Dec. $ MKTALS Lead.
$6.26. fpelter, $14.76015 26. Copper: Quiet;
electrolytic, $li.754i20.u. Iron: Steady
and unchanged. T.n: Firm. $37.3i1. f
At London: Copper: fcpot. 74 !;
futures. 4177; electrolytic, a.J 10a. Tin:
Spot, lb6; futures, 41H6 los. Antimony:
iU. Lead. 4-2 2c 4d. Spelter. a84.
Kvanoratea Aaplrs aad Dried Krnlts
NKW YORK, Dec. 1 EVAPORATED
DRIED KRCIT8 Prunes, higher. Apri
cots and peaches, firm. Raisins, easy.
oft'ia 4;laalasr He port.
WASH1 NUTON, Dec 4 Cotton g'nned
prior to December I, smnunted to $ 7ll 46.1
running bules. Including VJ.3,1 found
bales and 77, lbl buiea of Sea Inland I
bureau today ajuiounced.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Good to Choice Cattle Steady and
Others Weak Some Sheep Are
Steady. Others Weak.
HOGS TEN TO TWENTY HI0HEB
OMAHA Iiccemher". 1
Receipts were: Cntlle. Hogs. 8heep.
Orr'rtsl MnT w ' i "
Offlrlsl Tuesday $.!VS 10.8 m.TT
Estimate Wednesday .. 6.SW M.iO 13.000
Three dayg this week.. rs.!i?4 ?.14 4T.M?
Pame days last week. K.677 S3 gil 4!.r?
8ame dava I wka ago..t1.W ."
Bame days 2 wks ago. T7.7K3 16. V l,47
Same days 4 wka ago..S0.Wi0 13,777 M.1T
Heme days Inst ymra. 14,31 1,T04
The ton owing ishle stiows the receipts
of cattle, lioSn and sheep at the Omaha
live stock market for the year to data, as
compared with last yenr:
1m 114 Tnr.
Cattle l.lMt.OM 7.V J71.4M
Hoga I.UHS.S12 i.1w,043 JS9.S69
tSheep 3.13.V3.H 3,'J.312 132,014
The following tablo snows Uis average
prices of hogs at the Omaha live stock
market for tea last few days, with com
I T 461 1 i T TH1
I f 441 1 M T
1 ' 17
t: $ u
s lit an T si
S J 7 JJ
34 S 4IVI 7 491 7 1
3 I 7 61) 7 W 7 Kl
3' 'm 7 tvM 7 441
271 31 1 ,
211 I 7 til 7 47,
2!i n 17 611
7 4 .-
4 Kltl I 04
T 4fci 4 11
00) 4 H
7 071 g n
sot r.wi 1 m
1 eng. 11
7 1! 3 02
7 )l 8 0
I'oo. i.. s :; t4( 7 J
Tec. 2.. I 4-,i b Ml 7 40! 7 57
Lec. 3.1 47Ti
7 i 7 $ 101 I 7 ;
7 1117 Wl 7 811 4 U U.UT .4
$ 731 7 411 7 64 & W! 7 '!! .
I 7 461 7 o, I 7 411 ii
7 $1 7 1 7 79 14 7 " '
I 7 Ml TSjL
Receipts and disposition of live stoc't
at the Tnlon Stock yards, Omaha, Neb.,
for twenty-tour hours ending at 3
o'clock p. m., yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.II r a
C. M. aV ft. P. 4
Missouri Pacific 1
I'nion Pacific 46
C. & N. W., east....W
C. N. W. west....W
C, Kt. P., M. & O...W
C. B. & Q., east.. ..14
C, B. & west....l
C It. 1. P., east.. 14
C, R. I. A P.. west.. 1
Illinois Ontral...... 8
Chicago Ut. West.... 4
Total receipts.... 2 144 56 1
DISPOSITION H HAD.
Cattle. Hogs. rJheen.
Morris ft Co 1,442 8St
Bwift 4 Co 75 I."- .
i.uiihy l acking Co....l.-'" !. 1?
Armour A Co K 1.IW $,5Jo
Kchwarti A Co .
J. W. Murphy I,5m ...
Uncoln Pucklng Co... 4
W. li. Vansaiit v"o 41
I Henton, Vansant uusn 11s
IliUl & Hon 40
r. ti. lwis i-
Huston ft Co 31
J, B. Root & Co M
J. 1L Bulla 4
Bosenstuck Bros 13 ...
Kellogg 104 ...
Werthelmer A Degen.. 4W3
II K. Hamilton 2
Sullivan Broa It ... ...
Holhsohlld 1 '
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.. 4 ... ' ...
Hlgglna 1 $
Banner Bros 4 ... ...
John Harvey 14H ...
Other Buyers 18 ... 2.440
Totals "eTsa "Tom "IsioM
CATTLE Receipts -were liberal again
toaay, making tne total for the turee
days 22,524 head, which is about the same
as 1 or the cornspouUing poiU,d lat week,
hut laiger ti.an a )(ar ago by a.uto head.
There wero more good bcuf cattle here
than huve teen seen at the yards In a
long time, buch cattle were active and
the feeling tully steady. Home choice
yearlings sold up to lo.o0. The common
to pretty decent warmed-up cattle were
alow and weak.
A few pretty good cows with the general
run of canuers sold early at prices that
cre about steady, but the demand on
that basis was limited, and the market
so far as the good grocs were concerned
closed about tlko yvsteidny s low anu
nieo 11 close. ' ,
There was some Inquiry for choice light
stoi-H rattle and anyliiing on that nue
commanded steady prices. Heavy leeueis
bnd common siocaer and feeder caitlo of
ail weights were very slow and hard to
move, with the feeling weak.
Quotations 00 cattle: Good to choice
feu yrarlings, K.O1W.6C; fair to good led
yesriiugs, .0n!uou, common to tair Vd
yearlings, $i.M(j 1 .w); good to cm. Irs heavy
beeves, ?.7ijo.76; fair to good cornfed
leeves, pi.7uiuii.li; common to lair corn
led beeveN, $u Wy..76; good 10 choice grass
beeves, $0.'.uj7.0; fair to good grass
beeves. .26ii.76; common to tair grass
beeves, $.i.2iti.3; good to choice gras
helrers, ).,xi.60; good to cholco .rass
cos, $5. 2.(41. 2o: fair to good cows. $4. am
5.2; common to lair cows, M.2..(t4.j), g.rfu
to choice feeders. $6.;oi7.2A; lair la good
iceuers, .iio.i6; common to lair iwd
eisL $.'i.2u-u lt; good to choice stockers,
$H.iut7.26; fslr to good stocHers, Id ji.75.
common to fair siocaers, lu.ooye.oo; stoca
hellers, f,.2jit.0u; stock cows, $4.50)6. la;
stock calves. $ti.tXxg7.26; veal calves, 4.uutf
.M); bulls, stags, etc., $4.ou4j uO.
Av. IT. No. A. Pr.
104 4 U It KtaJ is u
' 4 40 Ml 1)1
tuft I Ml 10 1W4 hi
! 4 U 12 10.4 4 4
S M It Mil
Wl 4 a. 11 104
Uil 7 l t4 1J71
44 I SO kl Hit
IM 7 kl
oT.i!.Ri4 AND HEIFERS.
6 M to....
6 u a....
4 St ...
I Ti 17
474 t 00
414 I ...
iuO 1 16
1(4 I U
STOCKERS AND VEEDcrtrf.
44 4 a
11 4 14
to 4 to
tort I 7t
t.t 1 to
1.4 I M
411 6 Su
4,4 4 00
. ; 4 u
6-4 4 0
II J4 to
lioOti Another verv nuud run mm nn
hand tudgy, but all buers wanted hogs
l adiy, anu under the liiflueiue of sharp
advances at all other oilier points the
general market scored a full luc gain,
nhlppera started the bail rolling as Usual,
buying everything they could use on a
fully Hmd&c higher basis. Some of the
first sales did not look to be mure than
a dime higher, but later ones were all
of 16o up. Tops reached $ii.50, that fig
ure, which was lnc above yesterday a
best price, being paid a number of times.
Packers' first bids showed no inure
than a 6fl0c advance and they succeeded
In buying a few hogs on first rounds
that were no more thun a dime to at the
outside 1'XulGc up. li the time a gen
eral movement started, however, values
were all of 15c above yesterday, and
towsrds the close anything docent sold
lJ4tauo above Tuesday, a good many sales
looking a flat 2uu higher. Movement waa
very active, and a very fslr clearance
was made by shortly after 0 o'clock, al
though there wera a few scattering
loads mostly of light hogs left at this
The general market waa easily 15c
higher. Bulk moved at $6 3616 45, the
IIK string selling at $6 4n A iniikllng
of lights sold down to ta20, aud several
loads reached $4 50, the top. Current
vitlues are no more than a fhada lower
than last Saturday, which means that
almost all of Monday's 2uuJ5c break was
ix-eii regained. Ot course, tops are 15c
below last week's close, when a few
loads of shippers brought a big pre
mium, but the bulk of the offerings Is
selling almost aa well todsy as it was
... i:. ..
... 4 Ht
.. 4 U
40 4 43
so 4 to
M I li
to 4 M
40 4 li
. . 40
... 4 4-
ton I 4S
4 4 71.
11 ... M t 141 ... 4 1
8HFF.P ftiippllea mooerated again to.
day, but at that were pretty de -ent f r
Ibis time of year, fifty cars, or l?.ew
bend shewing up. Three days' total is
s.i-42 head, a gain of nearly 1.) over
lat week larger than two weeks
ago and almost three times aa large as a
Ths lamb trade opened out pretty dull,
although most of the sales made during
the early part of tho forenoon looked
pretty close to stesdy with the general
market yesterday. That himm that gtxvi
handy-weUht 1 lambs are neorly steady
with Monday, while common or heavy
kinds show a lOtlSc decline aa compared
with the first of the week. A good many
of the early sales of deslrahle-welght
! stuff landed around $s.$'nvS& whlli somo
real good fed westerns reached W.ss.
in the end most of the lambs were
elenred at prhea that while generally
I quotea mostly neaay, unn.nioieaiy snowna
i sn ensier tendency. Bulk of the sales was
. made around H Ml, with less desirable
stuff down to t.'Jn and a few small
hunches of real heavy native lambs from
There was a big supply of ewes tier
today, romparsd to the sise of total re
ceipts, and prices showed a lower tend
ency right from the start. A few bunches
of pretly good ewes sold early around
$,vtV,& 75 and did not look to be over 1W
l." lower, but later sales looked aa much
as a nuarter lower. Movement proved to
be very sticky, and only a partial clear
ance wss made by midday. What year
lings were here were In good request and
good ones made $4 90. being quotahly
steady. Hardly any wethers ere of ered.
although a small package on the choice
order brought $4 .50.
Feeder trade waa again a small affair,
only a few odds and ends being offered.
Most of the feeding lambs coming re
the culls from bunches that have been on
fried either on the range or In corn lots,
and good fifty-five to sixty-five-pounders
of this sort are selling at 17.754400. one
I load going aa high aa $H.10. There Is
iiitio pronaniiity or any more light reed
eis showing up this season. Feeding ewes,
rlthnogh appearing to be in fair request
yesterdny morning, really had a hard lima
tlndmg an outlet, and are undoubtedly
lower than at last week's rinse. Best ones
here yesterday brought $6.00. and tops
cannot be quoted much above that figure.
Utiotntlun on sheep snd Ismbs: Imbs.
good to chohe, $8.60tr.ft; lambs, fslr to
food. $S.2Mf.B0: lambs, feeders. $r.00j
40; yearlings fair to choice. $6.0fifl4!m;
yearlings feeders. $5.?MM.2B; wethers,
fair to choice. $i.b0fra.; ewes, good to
choice, $R.76t(: ewes, fslr to good, 36.00
ti.V7r; ewes, feeders, t4.0Offfi.10,
J native ewes jjg 5 40
2 native lambs 1 jg
120 native lamba 7 g 5;
:ff native lamba ft g 00
W Idaho feeder lamba Ml g 10
301 Idaho feeder lamlia si a in
I Idaho feeder ewes Ill 4W
... .i. .urn rwea ,, ...,.1IIQ gllU
$w Colorado ewes log 4 00
AI7 Idaho ewes 121 t 90
?"' I $ 73
$.4 fed lambs 73 $ K5
Msg Idaho lambs 73 ' $65
2.14 Colorado lamba sj $ 3.1
lis native ewea 132 6 W
217 Colorado eweg 112 5 31
300 native feeder lambs 47 8 20
22 Montana feeder lambs 77 8 15
1W fed lambs 7 6
iK Idaho lamba 7i I 6
227 Colorado lambs R2 3 K
ft native lambs fit 8 40
147 native lambs 78 8 40
2"4 native lambs 74 4 60
100 native lambs 72 S
727 native lambs Kl 8 40
41SJ native lambs 43 $50
tlMCAUO LIVH STOCK MARKET
tattle glow 1 1 oars T.nm r h re p
CHICAGO, Deo. 8 CATTLR Itecelpts,
IVOno head: market alow; fancy Christmas
beeves. tll.04l 12.09; native beef steers,
$."1,504; 10.M; western steers, $.10(fl.in: cows
snd heifers. $2.4iyn8.10; calves. $K.&0tif 10.2Ti.
1 1 CM IS Receipts. 43.01 head; market
raxy at lMtZKc advance: bulk. M.HkfM.7:,:
light. $Ti.f04l.76: mixed. tfUOfh.4 M: h.nvv
I M.ifiWif7.O0; rough. SB.yitTi.tO; pigs. $l.2.V,f
SHEEP AND LA M BS Receipt s. IS.Oivj
hend; market strong: wethers, $.15(tKl.75;
ewes, $t.2jti.26; lamlis, $7.axtf9.2&.
Ht. I.oala Live Block 'Market..
ST. LOI'IS. Mo., Dec. S.-CATTLE Re
ceipts. 3.700 head: market higher; native
beef steers. $7 5010.40; yearling steers
snd heifers. $.60ti 10.20, mi, $S.tfi'7.00;
stockers and feeders, $$.00417.1.';; southern
steers. tVSVjjg.to; cows snd heifers, $4.0UI
t.M: native calves, M OWrlOM.
HOCW Receipts. 12.300 hesd; market
higher; pigs and light, $6.501111.70; mixed
and butchers, $4.6O&6.80; good heavy, K76
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Rocelpts. $.40)
head; market lower; yearlings. $4.uO&7.&0;
lambs, $s.2.4j9.oo; seep and ewes, t&.X
Kaaaaa Itv I, Ire Stoek Market.
KANftAS CITT. Mo.. Dec. S.-OATTM0-Recelpls,
6,000 head; market strong; i rime
fd steera, $9.2',1i 10.00; dressed beef steers.
t..7ifiK.,.-,; western steers, $4.00rt4l.oO;
riVJ!. ,ln,. 'e'v, $5.01X7.40; bulls,
$4.7T,4i.Oi); calves. $4.0rvfW.5fl
HtKlS-neoeipta. 17.0uO head; market
higher; bulk, $l.4O4l.70; heavy. $fl.ft75-
nni'llnra anil knVM mm iri.i srn. , 1. . '
. $il.?M,4 W; pg, $6.2fKf(4l 35.
. SHEEP AND IMl
, j ' ' -- linninrr-nscPIIHH, 4 .O I
now, Mi.i.n nigner; lamns, ik 2Mr.6:
Slnn !.- .llr MIitU Mir' t,
SIOI'X CITY. Ia., Dec. 3. CATTLB
Receipts. 3.000 hesd: market wnk; native
steers, $V60fl7.7A: butchera, $4.5o-,i 15: cows
and heifers. $4.3Mi.6; canners, $3.5oifM2i:
stockers and feeders, $,r..fi4i4.2u; bulla
stars, etc.. $4 WW6 60 -. ouus.
HOOS-Recelpt,. g.ono head) market 10?
33; light. $4.0UB.20; bulk of galea, $6,303
SHEItP AND IMBS-Raealptg, I W
St, Jo.enh l.lve Stock Market.
ST. 3pVKVU. Dee. S. CATTI.E Re
eelnts t.OO head: market weak: steers,
WZ9Mtr,mm an'1 helfor'-
HOOS-Receipts. $.500 hesd; market
hleher; bulk of sales. $4 40fci 70 mllrt
SHEEP AN') IMB8-Rereip, too
head; market lower; lambs, $S.0Otff$.75. '
stock la Sight.
Receipts of live stock at . the rive
principal western market, yesterdsy:
a .i. u Cattle. Hogs Bhen.
fou'h Omsha m lo otrl 12nno
Kansas City 6 .ooo k.oho 4.400
Lo"" 3.700 12 -Mn a'jo
Sloug City s.noo g ono t.W)
Total receipts kjoo io.KO 403u0
NEW YORK. Dec. S.-COFFEE-Whlle
general business remained very aulet
there was a little more trading in coffee
uture. here today and prices ruled stead!
er on a moderate demand, wh ch seemed
to l Inspired by rumors that European
rlc,: 'n 7: ho''I"- " ""r month .n
'." the mrK here, and a'ao part
of the local stock. The opening was tin
,uin5ti ",'. "'nir,t. ""Pro 7ed during
1 a .wll-h,M,rrh "'ling up to 4rc
n..Jt0 $' close showing
were 7,2t) hairs; December. .7or- Janunrv
n2r; February. 4.74c: Mliri-h 6 74c Anlil'
T!c; May 7Kc: June. ltf;C'tt
August, !,-: Sememher. 4 4e" 6cto&
at $8o. Hp.,t coffee, quiet; Rio'. 7e 7H'
Santos 4s, .-. It wss report.-d thst well
find freight nisrket late today at 4 WW.
hut firm offers todav were quoed at 3 7ic
reported sn sdvsnce of 7.1 rcl. In Rio
uncna'ngrd" ." ' "cha,?,:;
NPJW YORK. Dec 4 COTTON Sunt
21i'V,:, m d,i"ng ul''ai'l. 12 70c. " Sal".
..?,tt",r",u,' "Willi firm- December
1?0N offered . January, r 7ft.- March'
13 0uc; Way. 13.14c; July 13 Ma ' Mar,-n'
Cotton futures closed stea.ly; Decern,
her. 12 4V; Januarv. )t k ; March. TvtZ!
CVjtton t'Klay closed steady, net (wi
points hlrher to two points lower
LIVERPOOL. Dec. -cOTTUN-Hpot
flim; good middling, 4 l4d; mldd'ing 7 77d:
low middling. 7.d; sales. 16.0x4 bales. '
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA. Dec. . HAYPralrle: ri,olo
upland. I!0.5oti 11.60; No 1. $10 OuiielO 50
2. 5nloi: No. 3. SS.ftsVS : choice mid:
land $l.00rtl.li0: No 1. $ 'j01u 00; No
$H.uU.oo. N. I. I4 0O4JS00; cho'ce lowland'
$.1 (lit lo ot); No. 1. $4.vth1.00; No. 2 $7 iirt
4 0: Ko. t. $5.0017.00. eXraw: Wsnii no,
4iu.5o; choice oat or rye, pt OOr-m.io. extra
oil niigtil orinn, iiwi. Airnlia: Choice
isi!3 '; No. 1, $11 ("ijj-llov: No. 3. tv uu
ill.tio; No. 3 $7.0lo4.oa.
NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET
Various Factors Play Part ia Session
of Financial Exchange.
STEEL HEAVY AT OUTSET
NEW YORK. Dec. 8-The president'
message, tnereased tension In the rels
tions between Washington and Berlin,
bunking Intimations of a pom bit domes
tic trade reaction gnd a fall in the
Anglo-Krenrh notes to ftS, a fraction
under the price paid by direct participa
tion, were among the factors which
played .heir part In today's professional
opinion seemed to be more divided re
garding the president s views on the tax
ing of various ray and finished products,
and on the surface, at least, little inter
est waa manifested ln the proposed policy
Of home defense.
Constructive news was not lacking, as
demonstrated by the placing of sddi
ttonal orders for equipment by railroads
and Industrial companies, Increases In
the dividends of the Western Cnlon Tele
graph snd several copper companies.
f respective new railway financing and
he strength of sterling exchange. Ra'l-
roada also reported substantial gains In
November gross returna
(lenersl Motors made an extreme r1e
of 26 Points to .'.he new record of 644 end
Studcbaker gained 13 at 170. with 1 to
S-pont advancea In Mercantile Marine
preferred, Cnlted Fruit, the Harvesters,
oils and the familiar unclassified issues.
Ralla were under moderate but constant
pressure particularly Canadian Pacific,
tlreat Northern. Atchison. Reading and
t'nlted States Steel was heavy st the
outset. fs!l(ng to KdH,. but recovering to
87i. Bethlehem Steel was lightly desk
In. but rose to 476, a gain of tt1. Total
sales amour.'.d to b.o shares.
liemsnd sterling was st Its best for
the current movement, bills being quoted
at 471H. Franca were a trifle heavy, but
other continental rates were firm.
Bonds were Irregular to heavy, with
some contraction of dealings. To.tAl sales,
par value, aggregated 35.fcm.O0rt.
Cnlted States bonds were unchanged on
Number of sale and leading quotations
on stocks wera aa follows:
rviea. Hlta lw,
American lcnrlv ...
Anorlras f. R
Am. ft A R- b4
Am. Snssr Refining
tnrrlnn Tl. A Tol....
fisMwIn lrnmntlr ..
naltlmsr g Ohio
Itrnoklr BasKt Tr
Calltnrnlt Prolsum ...
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fhlrn N. W
4-Tilrago. R. I. P. Rt.
(Si Inn I'optr
Colors, 1o Fe1 a Iron...
l.0'r ft. O. pM
Orest Northers rM
lrsx Nn. Or rtn.
Oucxnhlm K trioratlos.
Intsrhoroegh ren. Cere.
Innplrattnn 4 ornr
Knaj I'ltr Hoiithrn...
Max Iran ItrolTum
MiaxMirl, K. T. snl...
Naw York raniral
N. V.. N. H. H
Norfolk 4 Weaara
ParKle Tol. A Tal
nay (a. C'4i9par
4.00 1144. 12 i:
11 tra ri
I. TOO 107
to.ono 117V4 114H t'
i sm 1M
177 14 177
Imh r. mv.
' 7.40' "m"
l'k II '
I.SM 4 IH
Itnn 104 10m imv
t ino 7444 74'. T.v4
f a li' lix n
m UT ur.a nau
.. 4 400
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(Ttwuhllr Iron 4 gtasl
Taiaa I Vtmpaaf
ttnlon rartfl ,
Union Parirtr sfs ,
t'nltad stataa Ktasl...,
tt. H Ktaal pfd
t'tah Cop nar
Wahaah B oM
.70S 10' 14 1(11 H
i.to r3 y:'(
4. KM 17H 1M
a fu. kUj
in iit ni
T.4"t J."S 1"4 IMH
a.1 41 1114
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1144 1UV4 1 't
St4, 7St '
nlernallnnal Mario pM. 11.00 atv, a314
ToUl wles for th dar. MS.onA saara.
.Ner York Moaey Market.
NEW YORK. Deo. S.-Closlng quota
tions on bonds were as follows:
V. H. raf. k. raa.... StMo. ff. r. la..,.'. 4I4
., - wW r,, .... neD. aa....iiu
V. 8. 4a. raa 11HM. T. Oil. 4Ua IM14
44. ras 110 N. T.. N H. A H.
dO POOOOB 110 c. (.
Panama Ja enupoa, .10114 sn. Parlflo 4s -
Am. amalun a..,.IH4 go
A. T. A T. e. 4ts..pHttO. g. li"rW."is"" tj'l
Armour 4 Co. 4a.. 24. ran. T. A T. a.. mi
Atrhlaon can. 4a.,.. ft4H4paaa roa 4ul in-.
----- - - - - w -wm agv Brffl U . aj B4B 1f1l 4m
( n. i'anrio lit 40-avRsadlB 4. . "
e. r. aa. .1 no. Railway ta.,....101'4
- fnlos Pacific 4a..:. rs
It. i, R. O. raf. t.. 1 do . M
Pla sen 4a 74't g. RuM.r ,..7oJ,.
Oaa. Elartrlo ta If; t n Blart 4 Inail
CM. Ns. 1st 4ta t4WaSuih Tat ta 4
III. .. raf. 4. 41 VVnl.s awil' M
K. C. so. ra. to.... . Weat. FlTV. l."mi.
It g.rV.: .... r.i
- Local geearrtrs '
Qsoiat'loB furnlabad Bursa Bttnkar A Ca
444 uniahs Nsuuasl ttank Bids., Oataba.
Slacks ijid. Ashed.
Bau.ara Mortcaf Losa 14 li
U.ra Ca. pfd i
laimoiit Craanaarr pfd ........lot Ifll
Klak Kubbar In 1 lai pfd j..iei ,a
Llaioln Tal. a Tal. com.-.
Naw buta Taiapbona pfd , . ..u
Omaha a C. B. Ht. Ht- pfd 71 '
On.alia, t-. B. tir. A Bridi ptd.... ti LZ
Swlfl Compear ".IJiU. luZ
bul-burgrr a auiui ptd tHt aa
Biawart- Warner spawtumaisr at ai
tnlon fliock Varoa stock H& tV4
Cblcaao Talaphoo Oo. 1st ta. 1114. ...11U, loju, '
tlljr of Omaba Watar 4Wa. 1441 luj iot ,1
tlly of Omaha Parka 4 Ha. 1V44 1011 lal II
HuaJoa Kaalir 4a l23.
rt. U. Hi. Ho. a. K. 4a. 147.. UU, n
Lincoln Tal. A Tal. a. l.U H 1i
La Aofalas 4'a. 1111 ltl.it m M
i""" 1 1 1 - j m aa. taM at aa
Omaha C. O. Bt. Ry. ta. 1U4 tiu. iTu.
Omaha Oaa ta, I N J,,
Mad Cloud, Nab., 4 Ha. Ik 14 ' N
Hucky MounlalB Fuel ta (bonual a to
sioua Clir bturk Yania 64, into a vlt
tloui falla, H, U. U. lUi nu.
slf A lumpaar 4a 4M4 1; MJ
Tburatus Cuu.it. Nab. aa. lsit 104 ),?
wlculia luloo block Yardj 4a, l-4 ... sau, ivuta
l.ond.i Stork Market
LONDON. Dec $.-Presldent Wilson's
message was well received on the
Hock exchange today, but It had little
effect In the American section, which
was Idlv steady at Irregular changes
HILVER-Par. t6i per ounce.
MONKY-44U per cent.
DISCOCNT 11ATE.S Hhort bills and
three months, 64 per cent.
Rank ( learlsra.'
OMAHA Dec. $,-Rank clearings for
Omaha today were $3,7a0.1M 44 and for tho
corresponding day last year $J.247..U.44
4l aad Koala.
SAVANNAH. .Oa., Dec. $.-TlRPKN-T1NE
gulet atia'o; gales, none; receipts
l.Ma bbls. ; shipments, nunc; stock, lttts
. HpSlN-FIrm; ssles. I.ro bbls.: receipts.
1.M5 bbls.; shipments, none; stock "b 143
hi is. Quote: A. U, C and I), $o SO-' K
,-.oi, UV-. V and O. $5.4Xf.70; H and I
$.'. u5.7K: K. $5.$n4i.15; M. $6.2Jeb 2o-
JW.30; WO. $40: WW. $7.067.16.
NEW YORK. IV S.-Sl'OAR-Raw.
easy; centrifugal. 5.30c; molasses, 4 4de-
rrnnea nuiei. ,-.iir ruiures opened
easier under further liquidation At
noon prices were 4 to 4 points lower.
Dry 4U Market.
NRW YORK, Pec S.-PRT GOOD8
Cotton gods were firm at an advance
toduy. Yarns, firm: worsted yarns were
more active and higher. Knit goods were '
A Tor Pa's- ad will turn seoond-hand
furniture Into cash.
Conservative Investments la New York
Stock Exchange sex-untie auggested
in B OII t.ot KEVISW, publish.d
waakli b M klulr at . . ,.ortUf.., ,.w
Yik CUy. .uj fol fra uinjii. o .,f ,
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