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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1915)
Till-: It EE: OMAHA. Tiil iDA . DlA EMliLi. iu. isi;.
Moim . i orrAci.t.
Tail Hsrney St., modern 19-rnnm brick
bouse; hot water he it. Inquire T. J.
O'Brien, TV! II ! f. I) 1216
HOUSES ArARTMKNTS FLATS.
$18.00 -r.. 3321 Ohio St., partly modern.
ISO 00 4S-r.. 2srt Rusgles St.. modern.
$40 0 7-r., 4"07 Underwood Ave, modern.
W.KM-r. Apt., The Harold," 27th and
$60.00 7-r.. 212 S. 37th St.. modern, hot
water heat, gnrnge.
IN). 00-8-r.. S.126 llHrney St.. mod., first
class. JTI.Oft g-r . 3521 Farnam Ft extra fine.
Phone P. io2 Cltv Nat. Hk. Ride.
MA(VlRn Vnn Ik St or ire ". : V.vina
. packing, storage and hlpolnn. D. 14'.8
8-r. XV Davenport St.. West Farnam.
l-r. 2116 Cal fornla, modern, J36
7-r. 249 Emmet St.. mod. ex. heat, $18.
-r. 2708 Parker St. (colored), mod., t 0.
-r. -630 Bo. 21st Ave., modern, 142 r0.
PKT E Ha TRU ST CO.. DOUG. K8 -i-o
' FIREPROOF WAKEHOUSU
SEPARATE, locked rooms, for house-
hold goods and pianos; moving, packing
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
806 So. 16th Pt. Doujt. 4183
J. C. Reed
-xp. Co., moving
207 Farnam. D. -14.
Gordon Van Co.i
18 N. 11th St. Tel. D. 3SM or llnr, '917.
JUST from the country, three farm morel
from 1,100 to 1.500 lbs., from G to 11 ean
old; will sell cheap. J013 Douglas.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
ESTABLISHED HOTEL BUSINESS
3-Story and basement eootl brick building. 60x13 2 ft. In "lie, with 6 re
tail store rooms and Sri-room hotel and hotel furniture and equip
ment and good will In well-ctablirhed Hnd profitable hotel business;
also 95-yoar lease on lot CGxl32 ft. at low rental, without reappralse
ment. Location northwest corner 15th nnd Howard Sts.. Omaha, in
same block with City National Bank Hulldlng nnd Orpheum Theater.
Retail stores alrne will pav leasehold rental, taxes and insurance.
BUILDING. HOTEL FUHNlTUnF. AND BUSINESS AND LEASH
ALL FOR ?C.00P.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Better Grade, of Winter WTient Sell
at Advance, but Poorer Grade
CORN RECEIPTS ARE HEAVY
SEE the Central Furniture Store a Fit E
HAVE you got the money? If yon have
Investigate this. U,t' will buy a busi-
nesa worth 14.000, if taken before. Dec. 10.
Address P. 839. care Bee.
TTnnsoaCreigh Pons & Co.. Dee Bldg.
uougBaln ail part, of the city.
Globe Van &Storage
6torea, moves, packs, ships; 3-horse van
and S men. 11.26 per nr. ; storage, J2 per
mo. Satisfaction guar. D. 4333 Tv. 230.
FIDELITY j; ERE-
Phone Douglas 288 for complete list ol I
scant nouses ana apartments; also ror
storage, moving. 16th snd Jackson Sts.
SIX-ROOM, first floor, modern except
heat, with small barn, water paid.
Cheap rent to reliable people. Har. 3304.
f " - . ; .' i . .
STORES AM) UFFICE5,
NEW STORES FOR RENT.
20TH AND AMES AVE.
$40.0016x40 feet, full basement.
$60.00 24x68 feet, full basement.
Very desirable location for a first-class
drug and grocery store.
GEORGE & COMPANY",
Phone D. 768. 902 City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
2 Small Offices
Inquire Room 103.
8 TORE FOR RENT.
2210 Farnam St., 12x132 feet, good base
ment, new modern store front, electric
light, steam heat, two toilets, will deco
rate to suit tenant,
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Phone D. 756. 902 City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
FOR RENT OR LEASE.
At 714 South ISth St., Omaha, cold stor
age rooms approximately 40x120 feet,
cooled with ice, railway siding for two
cars, suitable for fruit, vegetables, beer,
mi ata, butter. Cheap. R. Walter, phono
287 or 335 Benton St., Council Bluffs. o
RE AJj ESTATE
FARM t- RAlfH LAND FOR IALE
OMAUA. Iecember 13, I'!-.
There was a tod cash demand for wheat
and there nss a falr-stsed run of this
sr-iin. The better grades of hard whiter
wheat sold at about half a cent advance,
but most of the sale of the poorer grades
eie made at half a cent decline.
Ccrn receipts were prct'y good and
tl-Mi hms c ilie :r il.-in trl I r t'ii
errnl. A lf sales of corn were quoted
unrhangpil. hut the bulk of the aalva went
at n advance of cents.
Oats were firm, selling from un,haned
to a quarter higher. There was a con
siderable IncreaKa hi oats receipts and
the demand was o,ulte active.
Rye sold from unchanged to 1 cent
hlRlier, while larley sold at practically
Lixeri'onl closed with wheat unchanged
to Hd hlghe; corn, unchanged to Hd
I . Wheat. Corn. Oats.
. i.c ito 170
1 Minneapolis f'4
! lJulutit 4fi7
' 'iri!ihn '.s
; Kansas Ciiy its
, tt. L.ui;Ih 9.)
T'leee sales were reported todv
.vo. J hard winter: 1 car Montana,
refined steady F"Ar fuinres opened
firmer on covering ami h'.ijlnc by trade
Interests. At noon prices were 2 to 6
points higher. j
OMAHA LI YE STOCK MARKET
OMAHA OKMKII u MtRKKT.
Steady to Lower.
OYJl'TTlY Allvei Tuisy. any aise
over T lbs , 17o; broilers, IS'yniTe; springs,
Ho; ducks, 10c; geese, iPc; bens. IHT1I-;
young glunea hens, each, Kc; roosters, go.
ST8TKHH Chefapnake, standards, pef
Ion, II. W; standards. 11.24; selects, 1 fl;
northern, standards. (1.46; selects, II. 7:
New York counts, 1 0. Northern, small
na ?l-iic: larce pans. I'ft4.. Chea.
peak, small cans, XvtprJc; large cans,
lie. . .
riCH Halibut, no; faimon, rresh pink,
et fresh red, 12He: catfish, fresh. lf,
trout, fresh, lc; white fish, fresh. 17c:
ana.nner. fresh. iV; catfish. froiAn. Km.. a u.i t.
13o; smeua, froien. tMt. coxes. i 25; Maine diys 2 weeks ano':
smoked whlta fish, I4ei kippered salmon, bame days .1 works ngn
were yist.T'lay, althniinh slgitiv'
heavier than Mondays. Arrive'
amounted to fifty-three cars, or nhont
M.uin head, putting th total fr.r the
Oornfed Beevei Slow to Ten Centi, VhoTt'Vi W
Iwer Otheri Steftdv hef TJ smaller than two week ago, hut
Ik almost twice as large a a year a no.
Packers wnntcl good light and handy
weight sheen at Steady prices, and the
" I few hunehes of this description thst were
HOGS STEADY TO FIVE LOWER Included In the supplies gold readily
w enough at Tuesdays prices, a high n
llano lielng paid. Half fat and heavy
OMAHA, Iecember li. 1P1S grades found little or no favor today,
Official Monday XXAVAWt ftW'X
however, and the trada on these kinds
Three days this week 21.002
rnnifN FIPH Halibut, etses to stilt.
10Ho; catfish, large, for steaks. We: sal
mon, falls, ! salmon, slivers Wo: No.
trout. Ho; No, I whlteflsn, dressed. lc;
No 1 whlteflsh, large. V-c; 't. 1 whit,
fish. Jumbo, lie; plckerev". rund V. C.
(c; pickerel, beadlees, to! black baes.
order sise. 2Sc: herring, dressed, pair
trosen. tc; blueflah elra facy. 12c: red
snapper, headless, dreesnd ;oe; floun
ders, 10c; wallops, per gallon, M-Oft
EMOKED FISH -White. 10-lb. basket,
rer lb . 14c.
KIPPERK.D FISH Salmon. 10-lb. baa-
rr-I-rRY-A'immonth. per A-r.... r. Nor. m 1 ns,Tt W" 1 1 oi e'lJT W
t?EFF Cl'TR-Rlbs: No. , No. J. ! Nov. M, . 7 411 7 4.1 " I 6 w.
V l fVLn tjvln.! V.v 1 ''lUe' No. N"V, V S I ! f.t, 7 ! (I flu 7 S 0
inc; No l. "z. t hiicKs: ixo. t. io; jvo,
Hants days 4 week sgo 24.H14
Rnmr ri.vi l.i v.,ar ut
The fullowing table shows tne averasa
of csttle, hoHe and sheep at the Oman
live stock market for tne year to date, a
compared with last year: . .
1916 1M4 trie.
tI I.17S.RM 04.410 n.42
11.0. .. .... -w njiid'i .ir.s h7i
Hhrep a'.IVl.IUa H.vHl.nM liH.i'
The following table snows lb" receipts
prices of hows at the Omaha live stock
market for the lust tew Oaya, wltn core
pa ! 'lanu
Djiejl!s . ) )i . ,js, ll.dt19Mii10-l'i.
.'it 4e: No. 9c. Rounds: No. t, lo
I No. i. Wo; No. S. 12c. I'lates: No. 1. Ic
iKn 2. : No. t. Sc. .w
l-0; j it vK riU'l.Hv-nroneis. l'i to 1VVC- . '
I i-ni, lit, ,-no. a nam W nler: 4 ears Kl tVf ,u .. .. i:.. Mi M t LWL S.
; c.! WT ?rJi 1 Tu"et. 17c old VmsSrTnd7, Deo.
., tne; 1 cat !c- 2 cars, 9o, No. 4 . it,, j,-. L. than lbs tack not Dec. 10
l,ScXcaVt'"-4nru.d,,,7m,rl J,"'' full festhed and fat! C 11
w car. 9ic. No. 4 durum; 1 car, Wto. k. ,,vi t- hut not wanted I 'ec. li,
corn-No. 4 white: l enr. scj i cars. ulnr .aefr Vtes to 1$ it. Dec. 13
IT a? 7,l!ccar0.i(i.n,1,No , hlVe '. HoVr t?at" U o. andV.r. Dec. 14.
, car"r,;Tl- cr' Urh' I lS ! " i 1. must welgrt 1 Dec. 16
i.vr" . a V r , Tin, W. w IC1HI W . 1 IRI , I . , .... I
. Nov. Wtr T 11 j 7 T 1 H !
, 10. I.. I :, 94 7 11 I I 03; 7 IS j W
: i n.,c. .. i S4V,. h v 7 4.i 7 r7 tui i m
An unusual opportunity to make a business property investment and
purchase a going, profitable business.
For Further Information Call Upon or Address
GEORGE & COMPANY
Phone Douglas 756.
City National Bank Bldg.
We have been Instructed by an out-of-town
owner to sell his three new brick
They are located within seven blocks of
the postofflce and In a locality which
fuarantees their always being rented,
hey were built about five years aog and
are of the best construction.
Annual rental, 11,690.
We want an offer.
A. P. Tukey & Son
Phone Doug. TflL. 1507-' W. O. W. Bldg.
130 In Harrison Co., Iowa: new Improve
ments; land lays good, at 1110; tm down,
I2,6u0 March 1, time on bnlance. A bar
Cain. We'll prove it. Come and see.
FRANK HILL.. Logan, la-
10, 80 or ISO ACRES, good heavy soil, well j
seiiiea pari oi xuua county, unii. , ruu
roads, schools and churches. Price, li to
2u per acre. Terms, II per acre cash,
balance II per acre a year; 6,000 acres to
select from. Schwab Bros., 1028 Plymouth
Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
In the Heart of the Ozarks
80 acres. SO acres in cultivation. 4S0 rods
woven wire fence. 100 bearing apple trees,
-room house, good cistern, neat Salem,
Mo. Price J 1,200, half cash.
40 acres, timber land, U acres valley,
balance hill land. Price $10 per acre, 140
cash, balance $10 per month. This Is
the beat and surest Investment you can
make. Call or write for booklet.
W. S. Frank,
fOl Neville Block. Omaha o.
$12,500 Near 24th
Brick improvements -renting for II,
per annum; nure renters; with a sure ad
vance In value.
Glover & Spain
119-20 City' National.
A Room for tne Roomer, or a Roomer
for tha Room. Bee Want Ads Do the
Corner lot, Bi',x7," feet, close In. with 8
eld frame hollars, rented for i0 per
month. Price, $3,70; easy terms. This lot
is only 10 feet from railroad trackage and
Is a mighty good buy to hold for a rise
in value. The owner of the back end of
the lot. with two cottages and railroad
trackage, wants $8,000 for It.
J. H. Dumont & Co.
416-18 Keelln Pltlg. Phone Doug. K0.
No. s yellow: 2 curs flfte: I cr
(a1?. No. H yellow: i csr. sic; 1 car. Mc.
No. 2 mixed: 2 cars told). Mc. No. I
mixed. 1 car told and new), 7s,c No. 4
mixed: 1 car, iHc; 1 car, tWV,
1 CHI. t'JIc. lVCn k mlvail' 1 fa i
llnenr yellow), Me; 1 car. lHc; 1 car. He,
mo. mixea: i cars, oivtc; i oar. tc.
Sample; 1 car, file; 1 car, K.o; 1 car. Mc. I
car, &.'K Oats-No. 3 white: 1 cara, 40'c;
1 tar. 4fi'jc; 7 cars, 40c. No. 4 while: 4
Cars. S'fc: 1 car. Sii-. Kumnle: 1 car.
IV. Barley No. 4: i-i car. hMJ. Sample.
i car. oc: o-o car, two. nye no. : I car,
lc. No. H: 1 cur. 90c. No. 4: 1 car, 8oc.
Biimi'le: 2 3-S cars. Soc.
OrinUia Ce.sli Prices Wheat : No. 2 hard.
$1. 07-.il .!; No. .1 hard. $l.CliT1.0u; No. 4
hard, IWflWe: No. 2 spring. Sl.ftkffl.OR: No.
S spring, ll.osfil. of: No. 2 durum, lWcill.00;
No. .1 durum, 97fi '.i!o ; sample, SWiiflle. Com:
No. 2 white. fi4'U64Vic: No. 8 white. W
4c: No. 4 white, '-2'(Jn31-c ; No. 8 white.
ftOW.lc; No. white, RSvttfWVto ; No. 1
yellow, MV?871-e; No. 3 yellow, afijjirfo ;
No. 4 yellow, WcqiCoc; No, 6 yellow, 6Af
7.c; No. 6 yellow, ftftffSic; No. 2 mixed,
tffatUVtc; No. 3 mixed, W4c; No. 4
mixed. C2'it.Hc; No. 6 mixed, 60--tfrt13c L
No. 6 mixed. Sf-H'StllHe: sample mixed.
Boll file. Oats: No. 2 white. 41tTHlVrc;
standard. tOS'JYMI.-; No. S white, 4O-jjT40He;
No. 4 white, oi''-iir39e. Barley: Malting,
WiCoi No. 1 feed, UVBWc. Rye: No. 2,
9.' 91c; No. a, SWWlc.
Chicago closing prices furnished Tha
Bee bv Logon Bryan, stock and grain
broker. 315 South S xteenth. Omaha:
Artlclr Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. ITes'y.
Vv heal! I
Dec. II ir,T,!
Corn. I I
lire I. ' 45U?
Mav .IS 4A-4.-
! Jan.. I !) 70
Harnev. lust west of 20th. $38 M. fNear My.l ;
. . - 1 Ulh-i
Harrison & Morton
100 feet on Farnam St., near !0th, $,000.
Harrison & Morton
Jan.. 19 75-tfHO
l in I 1 iu
1 7H1 17A
kind iter nos tUk.
tar Brand lien Davis, $? 7X per barrel;
Willow TU. li per barren Wlnesaps,
$3.M per barrel; Jonathan. IXuO per bar
rel. Shield Brand-Ttlack Tw.gs. IS W per
barrel; Black Twig, oommericlal brand.
aX per barrel; Lien Davlv Illinois.
UUTTKR Rest creamery, 3-'c; seconda.
In cartona or tubs, a-c; good dairy, X-n
29c; country, common, 18Ho.
CHBKBE lniDtutrd Swiss. 44ol
domestic, :c; block. 24t: twina, l-lio;
dsUy. 19c; triplets, !v.; youitu Amu I
can, :0c; blue label brick. 19c; II nbui uer,
2t'c; New York white, Wii impoi tc I
French Roentiefort. 4Rn.
k'HLl'l'H-Naval oi-anties: extra fancV,
ftis and t.s, H.On box; extra luncy, VXn,
2s and S.4s. J3.2A bov.; extra fancy Cali
fornia navels. m. I2fis, W.ft b'X; exti
fancy Calif ornbi navels. IWs. I 5 box;
extra fancy California navels, 17fls, 2Ata,
iilts, 2uil, 4 2b box.
FLiOKIDA OKA NUKB lata, loos, lios.
200. 21s, 2&0a, I.-.75 box.
GRAPH FRUIT Florida grape trutt:
46s, 54s, 4s, AOs, l.i.BO box; 9f.t, Uafi box:
Uba, 12.76 box. Tarpon brand: . :i.7i
box; is. 14.00 box-. 64s. $4.2o box; Ms, Ms,
LEMONS Kxtra fancy California
Bunklat lemons. SOOs. WOs. 15.00 box:
extra fancy California Sunkl..l lemoua,
420a. $4.r0 box: extra fancy California
Rrtl Ball lemons, $4.o0 box; axttu fancy
Florida llmea. l.Sli2.00 basket.
GRAPES Emperor, packed In drums.
Patented cork for long keeping. $4.00 keg:
Uncle Sam brand, clusters, 14.50 per bbl.;
Catawrta. i"c basket.
CHANHKIiniEH Monogram prima
(Bell & Bugle). $9.00 bbl.: Jeisry Hell,
late Howes, ID.ctl bbl.: Shamrock or rUin-
rise brand (strictly lancv Jerseys), s.iib
bbl.: Chief brand. Jumbo. 111.00 bbl.;
cranberries. $2.76 box.
PKAR8 Kxtra fancy Winter Nellies
(small sixes), I2.IV) box.
CIDF.H New York Molt s sweet ivery
best grade). $3.76 keg; Nebraska Ne-
hawka, tt.2f keg.
HWEF.T POTATOES Market strong
and advancing; extra fancy California
4a' 1 7 111 7 M! 7 H. M Mlt'
S 71 1 7 41 7 64 B Ml ( l "
7 46 7 M 6 ' 7 4U 8 21
7 81 T V, 1 ..ii 14 T nn
T f. 7 "l H l.l S 'H 7
7 77 8 111 7 ii 7 7
7 72' 1 : -il 7 9 7 .$
7 ;4i 7 !7 7 8H 7 7f
7 ! 7 f I 7 Vil 7 f
V. 042 When the less oirm kinds beran tfl
4rt'7M I move early Indications wera prettv well
45 2,9 borne out. t'rlces being generally 10?li;,n
2Si'7rtt I lower than Tuesdsy. One or two buyer
M 0H6 t claimed thst quality was not nearly i
19.H1 i gooa ano mai consiaermg mis vsitte aa
noi snow si mucn reauction as most
traders ouoted Porting, however, was
more severe today than It his been for
some time, snd a good msny lambs of
tha kind that ha vc been sel'lng neatly
straight sold today under 10 or 16 per cent
sorts. Hulk of the sales made up to nion
Inucled at $'.7$, but a good many lambs
were still left to sell, Another cut of tho
clippers which brought $N.)6 yesterdiy
took a dime reduction, selling at s.r8.
Muttons proved slow movers, and what
ewe had sold up to noon were qtiotrd a
Mkfflftc low.r, best price paid be'ng $.".'..
Pome of the best here were still tin -Id
at midday. Heavy yearlings reached $7. 0,
and appeared steady at that figure, a
shipment from the same string having
brocght that price yesterday.
Offerings of feeder were ronflre.l
mainly to small lot, and little had bee;i
dona on them up to noon. Yesterday's
feeder lamb trade was the beat seen here
thl month. A fleshy sort of ifls.ho
made Id. 40, while real light stuff that had
been on feed a short time was bought
at $8 .60.
Quotation on sheep and lambs: Limbs,
good to holer. J8.7lw.rMiu; lambs, fair to
Pumlnli nrt dlslinaltiun of live Stock
at the linlon Stock yard. Omaha, Neb.,
for twenty-four hour ending at
o clock p. in., yesterday;
Cattle. Jiogs. !?nerp.
i Sii a r 7 m I good, 84.508.76; lambe. feeders. 7.oo
I V. ! It -J i.W. yearl'nss. fair to choice. M.2rr7.i.-.;
I I ,J 1 7 ik yeaillng. feniers. $r,.75'W.A; wethers, fair
7 LlUJ.L' to choice. $5.7.'K8.fc0; ewes, good to choice.
I I 'OI It
REAL ESTATE LOAXti
Mi INKY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Hinder, City National Bank Hldg.
CITY IXANS, C. G. Carlberg. 319
12 Brandels Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
The One Best Buy
Perkins Co., Neb., Lands, $15
to $25 acre. Come see for your
self. We prove it or pay all of
your expenses. Enough said.
Write for particulars to
Agents Wanted in Every
County. Write me.
FOR SALE Best Targe body high grade
medium priced land in Nebraska; very
llttlo money required. C. Bradley, Wol
bach. Neb. o
MY fine farm at public auction Dec. 18
at Winner, 8. D. Andrew Ellason,
trpPER WISCONSIN-Best dairy snd
general crop atate in tha union; settlers
Wanted; lands for sale at low prices on
easy terms. Ask for booklet $4 on Wiscon
sin Central Land Grant. Excellent lands
for stock raising. If interested in fruit
lands ask for booklet on apple orchards.
Address Land and Industrial Dept.. Suo
Line Railway. Minneapolis. Minn.
EXCHANGE YOUR CITY PROP
ERTY FOR FARM LANDS
If you want to go farming on a No. A-l
farm, we have some good land of this
kind, where you can go and make good,
not only In crops, but In advance on
price of land. We will consider your
house, or city property us part payment,
balance long time. See us at once as we
have only a few farms left on which we
cuii give you mis Kina oi a ticm.
SCOTT & II ILL CO.,
Doug. 1009. Ground Floor McCague Bldg.
JlKAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
$100 DOWN $18 A MONTH.
Just lktted, a partly modern 4-room
cottage, only 3 years old. irfirftn lot,
60xlkfi; bearing strawberries. grapes,
cherry and apple trees; ood ,-hlcken
house. Act quick because at $1,600 this
won't last long.
PAYNK INVESTMENT COMPANY,
5th Floor Omaha Nat. Bank. !). 17SI. o.
PEVEN-PASSliNGER auto to exchange
for 5-room bungalow. Phone Doug. 2-ithi.
J'OP. S A I. B Apartment house, nearly
new; handsomely furnished; moderate
Price; select occupancy; irolitable us In
vestment. Write for particulars and
photo. P. O. Box 193. Rlvei side Cal. o
On a 6-mom strictly modern, well bu ll
home from owner; hot water heat.
M. H37 Omaha Bee.
LOT, 13th and Mouroe Sts. A3 dress F.
, Bea Office, boulh Omaha.
FOR SALE or trade. Improved 40; loins . ; u
town of Mountain View, Mo. Would i ??"rtH,
inr,n j ' ( . . ' i v. . d.u,...v. , -'
part time; easy terms; all clear; price,
$4, jO0. W. A. Kick. Friend. Neh,
O W NER wl I cx'li farm near Co. Bluffs,
I residences In Omaha and Wlnside, Neb.,
for small farm and cash. J J60. Boa.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
NEW YORK. Dec. 15 COI'-FRF. The
circulation of a few December notices
some near montha' liquidation In
market for coffee futures hern In.
day and prices eased off in the absence
of any Important support. The opening
was unchanged to two points lower und
there was an early Bale of July at 6.9."ic.
or two points net hlcher, but that de
livery later sold off to 6.'.i0c, with the
market closing at a net loss of five to
seven points. Sales were only 7,510 bags.
December, 8.73c; January,, February and
March, 6.'73c: April, 6.7ic; May, 0.79c;
June. 6,g3c; July, fl.gbc; August. B.Kc; Sep
tember. 92c: October. .9;e. Knot, ouirt:
i iviti, o. i, iic; ranioa, jno. 4. 9c.
IF you want to sell, let the people
know. Wa take a picture cf your place.
maxe iuii copies, write a inn tnu "i'"-' i u ..J,p,j ,H, , lrlm , . ...
description and put it in the hands of L" w" "KirVe.? ii,,,,1" 8i ha1
i been accepted by Brarll in the cost and
nu., ir.1 r.. rntate men in iitnana. v e
you the greatest amount of publicity at , K" ilof1 W " el. '."rio;
RKAL.TYLi STING COMPANY. I K1 cha.,i on
CHICAGO GRAIN ANO PBOVIIlOHI
Feat ares nt tha Tradlngt and Closing!
Price on Boar of Trad.
CHICAGO. Dec. 15. Government crop
figures, although less bearish than a
majority of traders had appeared to fx-
jpect, were influential today In wiping
out some moderate upturn In the wheat
market. Prices closed unsettled, vary
ing ac nrt decline to a Ilka advance,
with December nt $1.18 and May at (1.17H.
Corn gained mfrlVic to 2V, oats finished
a shade up and provisions unchanged to
Previous to the receipt of tha crop
report from Washington tha wheat mar
ket showed a general tendency toward a
higher level of prices.
Declines of le or mora from top prices
cf the dav took place In tha wheat mar
ket after the government crop report
wa made public. Part of tha bearish
reaction, however, was doubtless du to
an apparent falling off In export demand.
t'ongest on at eastern terminals was said
to be growing more acute, and there was
a renewal of talk a to the difficulties of
obtaining vrsrvlg to give an adequate
outlet serosa the Atlantic.
Y'redlctiona of unsettled weather wera
chiefly responsible for strength in the
corn market. Besides, the trade was
worr'ed bv the wmallness of receipts.
Oats did not respond to the advances
shown by corn.
Weakness In the hog market was re
flected bv provisions. Packers were the
chief seller. Considerable notice was
taken of the fact that hog slaughtering;
throughout the west was on a scale
nearly double that of a year ago.
rtilenL-o Cash Price Wheat: No. t red.
l1.2IV4fi1.22U: No. $ red. $1.1.V1.16; No. I
bard, $1 17; No. 3 hard, $1.W431 I0H. Corn:
No. 4 vellow, new, 5V4?47ie; No. 4 white,
new. tf7c Oats: No. .1 white. 404114c;
standard. 43V4iU43V4c. Rye' No. 3. 9MMC.
Barley: firt'fic. Seeds: Timothy, $S.0Oj9
s.00: clover, 810 on(fjti.tiu. provisions: rot.
1 26: lard, $'V52V4; ribs. $O.754T10 .
HI TIE It !ioany; creamery, zinffjraio.
trrw'lS Steady; receipts. 1.786 cases
firsts, 29"t'30c: ordinary first, 27ilJ2c; at
mark rases included. 204329c.
POTATOES H'sher: receipt. 29 oara;
Michigan and Wisconsin white. 70fr76e;
Minnesota and Dakota white. 7rt'76o; Min
nesota snd Dakota Ohlos. 66frT2o.
POl'DTRY Alive, lower; fowls, 13c;
springs, 13c; turkeys, 18c.
('oi (on Market.
I WANT to buy for cash 2 or I very
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scrlntion and ou will hear from me. .."i::. I ' . ,-tSXt"n hP0L
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Tyler 400. 400 Ware Elk.
REAL ESTATE WOlTTH HIIF.
"NEAR HANSCOM PARK
Living room, dining room, kitchen,
pantry, bed room on 1st floor; bed room,
sun room and bath on 2d floor; oak
finish; cement basement and walks; fur
nace, elegant fixtures; east- front lot;
close to school. Price $210; $2) cash,
balance monthly. Located 2328 8. 36th Ave.
C. O. CARLBERG,
812 Brandels Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
ARM and ctv loans at lowest rl...
OLAND TKL'MBL'LL, 443 Bee Bldg.
1100 TO llO.uuu made promptly, y. D.
Wad. Wed Bid.. lMh & Farnam St.
C1T V said farm loans, I. 6V4. per cent.
j. H. Dumont at Co.. 418 State Bank.
A "For Sale" ad will turn second-hand
furniture into cash.
CITY property. Large loans a specially.
W. H Thomas. H State Bank Bldg.
TO for taans .a best elus city
residences In amounts I2.U00 up, also
(arm loan. Reasonable commissions.
PETKHU TRl'ST CO.. 1W2 Farnam St.
OMAHA home. Eaat Nebraska forma.
O KF.EFK REAL ESTATE CO.
118 Omaha National. Phone Douglas $718.
FARM AND CITY LOAN8'.
O' DOUGHERTY HUGHES,
HI Keellna Bldg. Phone D. 1011
BUAND NEW Bl'NGALOW.
A very pretty new 4-roora bungalow
mar llarisrom park; on a corner Lit,
leaving room for another house. Price
cut to $3.i0. Must have at leattt $) cah.
If you have tne money aun i miss mis
PAY.N1-. I.IVtJli! ' 7.Y1 r-a :n i .
Doug. 1781. 6th nr. Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
middling uplands. Ik"
l,f"i bales. '
Futures opened steady; December, 12.04c;
January, 12. Otic; March, 12 30c; May, 12 Mo;
Ji'lv, 12.64c; Octoner. J2.:3e.
The cotton market closed steady at a
net advance of 5 to 13 points today.
LIVERPOOL. Dec. lj. CDT'l U. Spot,
easier; good middling. 7.7d; mldilllng.
7.50d; low middling. 7.06d; sales. e.OtO.
OH nnd lluaTn.
SAVANNAH, Oa., Dee in TURPEN
TINE Firm at 02Wc:. sales, 32 bbls. ; re
ceipts, 7". bbls ; shipments, 1S2 bbls.;
stock, 15SR bbls.
ROSIN-Firm: sales. 3.2SS bbls.; re
ceipts, 1.013 bbls.; shipments. 2.101 bbls.;
stock. 77.4'4 ).bls. Qu-.tte: A. H. C. D.
K and F. j.2i5.3S: U and If. $- n U 3f. :
1, $7..aMi5.f; K, $G.tV)r4.iO: Ml t', 2t 25
.V ti.aOi((.76; WO. W W. Vi 90
C. M. A St. P 14
I nlon I'sclflc
C. : N. W east
I . N. W.. west 89
V., SI. P.. M. at O
C., It. Q: east Si'
l ., H. t V)., west $
C R. I. St P.. east is)
v .. It. I, P.. west $
Illinois Central IS
Chicago Great Western.... $
$6.7618.00: ewes, fair to good, !$.00j?3.7a;
swrs. feeders, I4.00is.00,
02 Idaho feeder lambs W
428 Colorado ewes..
f) feeder ewes.
4ft) feeder lambs
10 feeder lambs
28tl feeder Ismba
6 feeder lambs
600 feeder lambs
Tolal receipts 298
DISPOSITION H EAD.
cattle, nogs, onw-f
Jersev (aljotit 100-lh. crates). 1.00 crate: ii... u.
. ........ .LtllAHl. 1 ., at KA t " 1 1 1 1 '
ni'M .it.j v.awiA.vi na tfciw, fi.w ii a j 1 1 -
Pr. . . ...
rvi a RiKM:oiorao wmie, loo duj
Red River Ohlos. 85c bu.
r,XTTOMa -vl. ih mi.. a .
lb.; Spanish (Imported Bermudas), l.i'
NXTTS-No. 1 walnut. IH lb.: blk.
walnuts. So lb.; hickory, 4o lb ; filberts,
lAo lb; paeans. UV4e lb.; BrasJls, 18c lb;
almond, 10 lb.
MISCELLANEOUS Crarkerjack. $3 r'Q
rae; crwekerjack, one-half rase. $175;
rase; fard dates, 12V40 lb.: salted peanuts.
II. M can; popcorn, 40, 1 lb. packatre. $2.81
case; cornpops, $,.28 case; eornpops one
half case, ll.OS case; 8. W. dates, $1.25
box, ' Honey, $3.71; coaa. Airline, 2 dns, tl
ox., $1.W caa. Cocoanuts, $3.60 bag, Tto
do. Cider: Motts, $8.71 kag; Motts, on
balf bbL. r.26 bbl.; Kehawka. $1.15 keg
Morris Co 783
Swift Co WW
Cudahy Packing Co 1.193
Armour & Co 1.448
J, W. Mun'hy
Lincoln Packing Co...
V . M. Vsnsant Co
Flenion, Vsnsant A L.
Hill c Son
K. H. Lewis
J. B. Root At Co
J. II. Bulla
U F. Huss
F. O. Kellogg
IVMertheuiter & Degen..
111. F. Humllton
Mo. At Kan. Calf Co...
Baker, Jones sV Smith.
Braporatad Apples aad Dried Kraits
NTTW YORK, Dae. 15. EVAPORATED
DRIED FRUITS-Prunes, quiet. Aprl
cota and peachea, firm. Raisins, steady.
Drr Good Market.
NEW YORK. Dee. 16. DRY GOODS
Colton goods and yarn market steady
today; worsted yarns, firm; domesllb
laces In good demand.
CHICAGO LIVID STOCK MAIIhKI
Cattle Finn Hons Htrady hrrp
CTIICAGO, TVc 15. CATTLE-Recelpte.
19,000 head: market firm; native beef
steers, 8)6. 10(T5)11.00; western steer. II
8 86: cow and heifers, tZXfuQ.iL; calves.
HOGS Receipts, 69,000 head; market
steady at a shade decline; bulk. W.2,Til.6S;
light, $fi.90ii.0; mixed. J8.lMm.75; heavy,
$6.25fr.7V. rough, $a.2fi'l.6: pigs. $4.70ff i.OO.
SHEEP AND LAM US Receipts, 2'.V
head; market weak: wethers, f'i,10tj6.90;
ewes, $4.26$.35; lambs, $6.!0-i(),60.
Dennis & Francis....
Jensen & Lundgren..
Totals 8.eng 17.878 10.498
CATTLE There was a good run of cat
tle today, ,29 cars being reported In. This
makes the total for tne three days this
week 21,000 head, a little over l.OuO head
smaller than last week, but l.OoO larrer
thnn a year ago.
The receipts of oornfed beorea wera -pttially
large, a considerable proportion
of the cattle being of that class. At tha
same Onto the demand was none too
umiiI, so that tha trade was slow, with
pi ices weak to lOu or mora lower.
Cows aud helfora were In moderate sup
lly, and with a lair demand the trade
was ruaaouubly active at id generally
Good Blockers and feeders were fairly
active and fully steady. Tha inferior
kinds, that la, trashy stacker and cotu
inun feeders, were slow,
(Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
feu yearlings, $8.04).60; fair to good fed
yearlings, I7.00u8.v); common to fair fed
yearlings, .'ul.00; good to choice neavy
beeves, 87. 78.76; fair to good cornfed
beeves, 44S.7ov7.76; common to fair corn
led peeves, $tl.is(vu.76; good to cholca graa
Lucve, ii.7bu7.iio; air to good grass
beeves, $11.26 u 8.70; common to lair grass
beeves, 8.r.2i(Uil.2u: good to choice grass
heifers, fi.hO'(i8.U: good to cholca fcrasa
cows, l6.iMiW.iif,; fair to good cow a $4.30
6.2i; common to lair cows, J.2J'4.uO good
to choice feeders, 16.767.26; lair to good
feeders, 10.1648.76; common to fair lead
ers, o.26ul.Li; guot to choice stockera
$.1611 7.26; fair to good stockers, I Cnau1.7&;
cuniiwu to fair swcKers, lu.uo.uO: stock
beilrrs. 6.26a4.00; stock cows, li.50iQj6.2d;
stock calves, $. 004(7.24; veal calves, iti.bo
9.60; bulla, slags, etc., 4, 0w.pt. 0U,
At. tr. Nu
Affidavit Tells of
To Blow Up Plants
PR-.aDBNCB, R, I , Dec 15.-Tha
Provldertoe Journal prints this morning;
tha text of an affidavit made by Johan
na Henrykus Van Koolbergen In Ban
Francisco August 27 last. Tht affidavit
goes Into much circumstantial evidence
with regard to an alleged organized Ger
man conspiracy on tha Paclflo coaat with
tha object of blowing; up munition plants.
on which Indictments) have been returned
by a federal grand Jury In 8an Francisco
against Baron George Wllhelm von
Brlncken, C. C Crowley and Mrs. Mar
garet Cornell. Tha affidavit aaaerta that
Frans Bopp, German consul general at
San PYanolaco, personally supervised tha
activities of Koolbergen and directed tha
attempt to hire him to blow up tunnela
on tha Canadian Paclflo railroad ta May
of tha present year.
Tha affidavit also ffectares that Bopp
ordered tha money for this work, ll.oOt,
to be paid to Koolbergen under tha im
pression that tha work had been accom
plished, whan, as a matter of fact, Bopp
wa misled by Canadian Paclflo official
working In conjunction with Koolbergen,
who caused etorteg to be Inserted in tha
Canadian papers telling of tha destruction
of Important tunnela by mysterious acci
Tha affidavit also declares that Georg
Wllhelm von Brlncken, Bonp's assistant
In the San Francisco consulate, worked
out all tha details of tha plot and that
ha and Bott went over maps of tha
Canadian Paclflo railway In tha consulate
and directed tha latter where to blow up
tha tunnel where they would Interfere
most with tha transportation of munitions
of war. Tha affidavit states also that
Koolbergen waa Instructed to steal tha
dynamite for these plana from certain
construction camps on the Canadian Pa
cific, tha location of which waa outlined
to him by Bopp and Brlncken.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
24TH AND CASS-I?.2V.
We have Just listed a Woodland home,
containing t rooms: on a lot 6uxl3; sir
rounded by magnificent trees and only
two blocks from the Harney car. This is
worth investigating. Onlv I'uu cash re
quired, balance $20 rer montn.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
Sth Floor Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1781
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
jflCE Room Cottage with-bath; EX
light, gas. $2,000. $100 down. $20 per coo.
$812 Wirt. tel. Web. 430.
CHICAGO 2h32 Neat four-room totlag
NEW YORK, Dec. 15 M RTALS Lead
offered. $6 4". Spelter, $17 7.VT; l.iV Copper
steady; electrolytic, $19.76 qij.Oi). Iron',
steady and unchanged. Tin, steady'
At London: Hpot copper. 78 12s 8d
futures, t'79 Rs: elei trolvtlc. Spot
tin. li!7 10s; futures, tlti, 15s. Antimony
4.125. Iad. 2 6s. Spelter, 93.
St. I.onla I. ruin Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Dee. 15. WHEAT
No. 2 red. $1.18il.23'4: No. 2 hard nomi
nal: itecetnlier. $t.U'; Mav. $1.15'4
CORN No 2. t'K0c; No. 2 white. 89c;
December. 87 He- Vav. eaifrTO
OATS-No. 2, 4 IV-: No. 2 white nominal.
I.I vr wool irali Market.
LIVER POOL. Dee. 15.-WH EAT-Spot
No 1. Matit'oba, 12s JVsd; No. I, 12s 2d
No. I, lis lOVfcd; No. 2 hard winter, newl
CORN Spot American
Kaaaa City Grata aad Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Dec. 16 WHEAT
No. 2 hard. $1.0h'Ul.U; No. 2 red. 1.1Jj
1.15; lierember, $1.08; May, $1
OATS No. 2 white, 42i43c; No. 2 mixed.
SEW YORK GEtKRAL MARKET
Qeotatlon atf h Day oa Vasioa
NEW YORK, Dec. 15. FLOTrR Steady.
WHEAT Spot, Irregular; No. 1 durum.
I1.TV4 f. o. b. New York; No. 1 northern,
Jiuluth. 11.23, and No. 1 northern, Mani
toba $1.224.. c. L f. Buffalo. Future wera
steady; December, $1.23.
CORN-Spot, firm; No. 2 yellow, glVtc,
OATS Spot, firm: No. I white, 4jT47o.
HAY Barely steady: prime, $1 27v?; No.
1. $1.26; No 2, 11.1,,1.20, No. $, 1.00JLOC;
HOPS Steady; state, common to choice,
1915, 2o,, aoo; HI 4, WtlOc. Pacific coast
ISIS. IK') 15c: 1914, SfllOc.
HIDES Steady; Bogota, SOJ?lo; Central
LEATHER Firm; Hemlock flrsU, $39
J4r; seconds. WlHtAc.
PPOVI8ION8-Pork. steady; ms. $18.00
f'W Vi; family $?0 Writ! 80: fhort clear.
$l'i.fx;i22.00. Beef, quiet; mess, $lS..'f
17.00: family. 118 00ff 18.60. laird, easy;
m'ddle west. $9.t(r.B0. '
TALLOW Fairly steady: city, 8c; nnm
insl: county. 7Mtic; apeclal, Mc.
PUTTER Firm; rerelpia. .274 tubs:
creamery extras. 8a37V4c: firsts. 2'v
36c: seconds. 26Mr28o.
Kfl'IS Firm: receipts, T.IW css;
frewh psthered extra fine. 41ie42r; extra
firsts. 37)400; firsts, J637c; second.
ffifi '.'jc .
CHEESE Firm: recelnt 1 0n boxes:
state whole milk, flats, held specials,
TiUc: stale whole milk, s vers KB fancy,
16ir17c; current make specials. 1vo;
current nnkc specials, average fancy.
POULTRY Dressed firm: fresh killed
chickens, l.Vff27c; fowls, 1317V4c; turkeys.
Mnnefinlla Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. Dec. 15
WHEAT-December. II KM,; May. ll.lSdt
1 13: No ! hard. $1 14'4: No. 1 northern.
$1 11vf1.12V4: No. 2 northern, ll.Of.'.a
PAR' "Y rtytc.
R Y E 90 rt1 V4r!.
CORN No. S yellow T2W7te.
OATS-No. 8 wble. 8naV4c.
St. Lnnla l.lve Stork Mnr'e
ST. TX5UIS, Mo., Dec. 16 CATTLE
Recelpts, 6,800 head: market steadv: na
tlve beef steers $7.6ori0.40; yearling fteers ' "
and he.fera 18 Aotfio 9.1- tnm kaa1 vi.
t rr U m r an . , t A, . T IT. - . 1 ! 1 !
-- - .... . -v. . , d , ,v-i. .,jiiiiirrii
steers, $5.26ncr.50; cows snd heifers, $4 OtKni
8.60: native calves, $tl (Kin 10 00.
HOG8-Receipts, 113u0 head: market
lower: pigs and lights, $l..VK8.s; mixed
end butchers, $6.4O8S0; good heavy, 88.75
BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 2 100
head; market steady, Ismba, 4080 00
760: lambs, $8.14).36; hheep and ewes
.. 908 8 00
.. M Im
..luuU t 70
..114 8 IA
..11 1 1 06
.. m 7
..111 7 fci
. .lej 4 10
. .U.'O k on
W Cii-v Live Stork MnrVet.
KANSAS CTTT. Mo.. Dee. 15. BATTLE
-nemipn, i.vn neai; niarset weak; prime1 12
fed steer. $9.2&fftl0 "0: dressed h.. '
i.wn;o.u; weaiern teer. ,JiK.O0; rtork
er feeders 15 50a7.76; bulls, $4.50
8.00; calves, 88.00ffrt.ri.
HOGS Receipts, 11.000 head; market
lower: bulk, ttl .antic; .ft",: heaw m-i,.nnn-
llSten." hutchers. $.50':62H; light!
$8 2f.fra W; pa;s, 5 2iV'f 27. I
, (4 4 K) Hi....
, li 6 HI il...
. SOU I 70 I...
. 9na ou u...
, 7i lit
. M4 60 1...
M IOU 1 ..
.410 T Ml
nt iw a.
STO-'KEltJj AND FEDEUrt.
... m 111
...10V0 4 W
...Ui4 7 4o
...111.1 t It
...10,1 t w
... SI M
... IMU W
,.. Sal Ul
... 71 I 76
,.. 760 j
...10i6 8 M
,.. 110 I iS
... IM 7 IW
UJ I Kl
18 I It
817 I 60
, a7 I 70
46 1 01
im 1 a
M4 I 17
ha 1 M
.lvu 7 J0
HOGA The trade got off to a very
slow start again this morning. Receipts
war large at all points, especially at Chi
cago, but early advices from outside
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 8,600 1 markets Indicated little, If any, reduction
head; market steady; uamb, tx.uvfpi.m;
jemima n. i 00; weinera, ie.otruvi.b0
NEW YORK. Dee 15. SUGAR -Raw
firm; centrifugal, 4 89c; molasses, 4 Uc; tract to play for bait Lake City.
loss City Live stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, la.. Dec. 16 CATTLE
Receipts, 2.&0O; market steady; native
steers. $6,6017.25: butchers. 14nirtvi-
cows and heifers, S4.76i.2: stockers and
feeders, $5.5otl 4j; calves, $4 0(1.00; bulls
stak-s. etc., $450t(r6.si
HOGS Receipt. 13.000; market. 5ffHnc
lower; heavy. M.3nfr8 4: mixed, $8 Htri 80
light. $6 90414110: bulk of sales. $8 Vfrt
SHEEP AND IAMBS-Hecelpts, 2 000;
msrket steady; ewes. $5.608.10; lambs.
St. Jasrsih Live Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Dee. 16 CATTLE
eelpt. 1X) head; market stuady: steers
$1.5fni0.fiO; rows and heifers, $S.60ti.5o!
calves, 88.Q0I&V 26.
HCK3S Receipts, 13,6uO head; market
lower: bulk of sales, p; a).
SHEEP AND LA M US Receipts, 4.fmo
head; market steady; lambs. $n 60QO.06.
Follow Cotton sail.. 25
Stock a Sight.
Receipt of live stork at tha five
principal western markets yesterdsy:
Cattle. H igs. Sheen
Sioux City 2.S'
Kansaa City 7.0on lf.nu) r,,
St. Louis 6.0 11.300 2.IU)
In prices, and local seller asked steady
10 even nigner price right rrom the start.
Shlpperi were late getting in, but fin
ally gut going on a sieady to 5c lower
basis. As usual, they wanted only the
bust hogs, but did not insist on as much
weight this morning, in fact, the last
two days good light hogs have found
mote favor with shipper buyers, as
he vies have been growing scarcer.
Packers' early offers were a much a
6WIO0 lower, but nothing moved thl way,
and bbls gradually Improved so that when
the offerings finally started to aell it
wa al figure that were In many case
steady, and were nowhere mora than a
A good many bog wera sold on this
basis, but after shippers got filled up and
the more urgent killing order were filled
price went back to the basis of early
packer bids, that Is ftulOc lower. Move
ment which had been slow early was
even slower at this time, and values
continued to weaken gradually so tbat
towards the close the market was fully
loo off, bids on lights being quoted even
mora than that In spot.
On the close today packers went back
to their favorite stunt of pounding lights,
and prioea lost all they had ga JVcd yes
terday or even more. Bulk of t ie early
sale was made at $.Sou.35, with some
at S&.26. and a good showing as hlah a
8lJ-Al 40. tops reaching I&46, Later on most
!. JIJI J! 1 of t'' hogs moved from $8.26 downward,
tJ'2S and on the clou it look something good
S2 1 to bring W.26.
.4l,oi 118.300 4.1.6UO
Like Father, I.Ike ana.
Frank Mohler. on of Ernest ("Kid")
Mohler, the left-handed second sucker
who held down a berth for years In Ih?
Pacific l oast league, l as aimed a con.
No. Av tok. Pr. ha.
40 I M
.. I II
.. I so
.. I 61
.. I 40
SH EKP-Bece pis of sheep and lambs
ere of tabout the same volume as they
T7 1 ... 8)0 to ma
M t7 ... I L7V4 60 til
ui rrr tn u si wt
61 ii lat I6 16
74 237 ... 4 t 0
M m ... 8 46
14 1 ... 4 7'.
Law in Yucatan All
Priests Be Married,
WASHINGTON, Dec, 15.-Systematlo
persecution of tha clergy In Mexico, au
thorised by government officials sine the
recognition of Carransa and la violation
of his pledge of religious tolerance, wss
charged In a protest made to Secretary
Lansing today by Monnlgnor Francis
Kelly of Chicago.
Monslgnor Kelly, who waa acenmpanled
to tha department by Rev. Thomas Shan
non of Chicago, charged that a decree
had been Issued In tha state of Yucatan
requiring all priests to marry and to work
eight hours a day In the public offices
on pain of expulsion. In aouthern Mex
ico, ha aald, priests had bean declared
Ineligible to own property, even their
homes being confiscated.
"In Guadalajara,' said Monsttmor
Kelly, "the university has been closed
since Carransa was recognised and the
chapel partly destroyed. In Morelia, cap
ital of Mlchoacan. tbey even went so far
aa to order that priests should not wear
overcoats, but should wear on tha streets
aa protection against the cold a blanket,
tha garb of tha peon."
Monslgnor Kelly and Father Bhannon
wera encouraged by tha Interest shown
by Secretary Lansing, who had promised
to do what he could to secure Improve
ment In tha situation. Ellaeo Arredondo.
recently appointed Mexican ambassador
here, also had told them, they said, that
ha would do all he could to secure aa
amelioration of conditions.
GRANGE WANTS FARMERS
ELECTED TO LEGISLATURE
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. Dec 15,-(Spe-clal
Telegram.) Tha Nebraska State
grange. In session here, adopted a resolu
tion aetting forth that since most legis
latures have been composed of "corpora
tion lawyers, bankers and other profes
sional and business men," who have no
Interest In legislation of benefit to the
farmers of tha state, but rather "exert
every effort at their command to secure
legislation that will benefit tha business
Interests or profession which they repre
sent, regardless of tha burdens imposed
on tha taxpayers." tha State grange ap
peals to the Patrons of Husbandry and
farmers generally throughout tha state to
lay aside partisan politics and work and
vote, so far aa conditions will permit, fop
tha nomination and election of farmers
or co-workers with farmers to represent
tha agricultural interests of Nebraska and
tha legislative body.
There was a good attendance for the
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