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Till, HEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. DKCKMRKH IS. 1013.
KKIL ESTATE I REAL FSTATF FOR EXC1I NGB
ITtDll r ft . s a a . a - 4 , n ft fx ! i -- - --- -
ERTT FOR FARM LANDS
tf yoo want to go farming on a No. A-t
farm, w bav acme good land of this
kind, where you ran iro and ranke good,
not only In crops. !ml In advance on
price of land. We will consider your
house, or city property aa part payment,
balance long time. See us at onre aa we
have only a few farms lift on which we
can give you this kind of a deal.
SCOTT & HILL 10.,
Doug, low, Qround Floor McCague Bldg.
lT'r acres adjoining Rood town, lava
fine, deep hlsek loam soil, well Improved;
lo-a. pastures, hug tight; S sides of farm)
fenced hog tlsht: good 8-room house; fine i
raw barn, 8ix45 ft., with mow for 4S tons;
good gianary, s cribs, poultry, rog ana
wood houses; fair horse barn, 32x20 ft.,
shedded one side; good yards, well ar
ranged to handle stock, water piped to
yards; new mill; young orchard, also
aome small fruit. This farm offered for
Jiifl per a.
Owner also owns a good 0 a. Joining :
grood town. In Alfalfa county, Okl.; very
well Improved; price, $10,000. Will either
ell these places outright or exchange for 1
something larger In one piece. In Iowa. ,
,Ono a., located In Holt county, near i
Atkinson; good soil, well grasped; till
able; 290 acres now In cultivation: 60 a.
In alfalfa; W0 a. hay land; 1,000 a. pasture;
running water year arouno, supplied by
springs. Some oak timlier near streams.
Fenced and cross-fenced; 9 miles hog
tight; good 8-room house; large barn; fine
outbuildings and sheds to house 900 head
stock. Yaids. dipping tank, scales, etc.
Improvements are worth at least JIR.O"".
Price, $15 per acre. Including stock. Mort
gage. flS.000; 9 yrs. to run. Would con
alder good eastern farm as part payment.
D. V. bholes Co.
tfl5-16 City Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug. 49.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
f F: V KN-PA SS BXO K It
for 6-room bungalow.
luto to exchange
Phone Doug. SS9H.
OWNKK will exch farm near Co. Bluffs,
I residences In Omaha and Wlnsl.te, Neb.,
for small farm and cash. J 9H0. bee.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
This land la northwest of Florence
about 1H miles; has a good t-room house
with barn and good well; some fruit
tre-a. Owner wanta offer. Now la the
time to buy to use or aa an Investment.
Creigh, Sons & Co.
& Bee Bldg.
In the Heart of the Ozarks
80 acres, 30 acres In cultivation. 4S0 rods
Woven wire fence. 100 bearing apple trees,
-room house, ood cistern, near Salem,
Mo. Price $1,200, half cash.
40 acres. Umber land, IB acres valley,
balance hill land. Price $10 per acre. $40
cash, balance $10 per month. This Is
the best and surest investment you can
make. Call or write for booklet.
W. S. Frank,
ytt Neville Block. Omaha. o.
Choice Farms for Sale.
Buy a Steuben County Farm.
Select list of fine dairy and potato,
farms at attractive prices. K0 acres, y 1.K0 ; .
W acres, $4.2ju; W acres, $J.9"0; 7 acres, '
11,900; llifl acres. $S,000; 160 acres. $4,100, tn)
acres, sti.ooo; M acres, iw acres,
$2,100; 76 acres. $?100; 104 acres. $3,250; 7;)
acres. $2,6)0; 100 acres, $2,Su); 202 acres.
44,000. These places are all improved, and
lhe prices will rise soon, as the liorden
'Jul Stevens people are building large
"'Jk stations and condenserles In this val
ley nt Kavnna. Hath. Knnona. Avoca and
C'ohVicton. we have many other select !
i i properties, write ror complete ae
suripUion. terms and facts about Steuben
countJv In general and the Conhocton val
ley in particular. A. J. Towner, Avoca.
JpteuberCo New York. o
REAL ESTATE NORTH BIDB
CREIGIITON'S 1ST ADD.
Living room dining room, bedroom,
kitchen, pantry on first floor; bedroom,
sun room and bath on second floor: oak
finish, funiace, elegant llxtures, cement
basement and walks; east front lot; close
to school; $M0 cash, balance monthly.
C. O. CARLBERG,
112 Brandela Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
FOR KALE Eight-room house at 444
N. Slst St., near Cass; $l,iX) cash,
bulance easy term. Owners: Johnson
Brothers Land Company, Sioux Clty. la.
CHOICE, CENTRAL LOCA
TIONS 615 and 617 So. 41st St.
Paved street, cement walks, city water,
good cistern!, gas and sewerage.
AND ONLY 12.000 EACH IF SOLD
J. U COOK, 625 SO. 41ST ST.
la what.Jople say after seeing and
tasting tV soft shell pecan grown at
Ocean Springs, Miss. It is wonderful,
not only because you have never seen
such nuts before, but because they
are not grown to such perfection else
where. Thla is a broad assertion to
make, but it can easily be proven.
with its mild and equitable climate,
splendid artesian water, rich soil and
extreme healthfulness. makes It not
only a good place to live, but one In
which to make a living.
Is the most profitable and most cer
tain industry known to soil cultiva
tion. The trees live for hundreds of
years and Increase in value with age,
giving you an assured income for life,
regardleca of Industrial depression, and
leaving an Inheritance for your fam
ily far better and greater than you
could provide for them by any other
monthly payments by which you can
secure a 6 or lo-acre pecan orchard,
which will do this for you, is an
opportunity which you should not and
cannot afford to pass by without giv
ing it your serious thought and In
about It today. We will gladly afford
you all assistance for investigation
and Inquiry Into this matchless op
portunity. ChII, write or phone
W. T. Smith Co.,
Douglas 2X19. City Nat l Bank Bldg.
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.
REAL E8TATF I X VESTMENTS
Harney, just nest of 20th, $38 M. (Near
Harrison & Morton
99 Year Lease
S2 feet frontage on 24th street near Far
nam to lease on favorable terms. An op
portunity seldom offered.
Glover & Spain
919-20 City National.
100 feet on Farnam St., near :0th. JS5.000.
Harrison & Morton
Receipt of All Ceres.li Good, with
Hundred and Twenty-Two Cart
of Wheat Reported.
MOST SALES A FT CENT HIGHER
OMAHA, Iecemher 17. DlS.
The receipts of all cereals were very
good. There whs U cars of wheat re
ported in, and there Was a good c.ian do-j.-miiiid.
Oieat was unuiiatiged to lie
In her. but moat of the sale were made
at a cent higher.
The receipt of corn have finally
reached tne hundred mark, there oeing
lu cars or corn in touay. The better
grade attain command, d a premium, soil
ing IV; higher, wnue the poorer grades
soul unchangea to a cent lwer.
Oais Mine a poor aeiiur, only a few oars
being reported sold, ana oata were quoted
unchanged to a lower.
Kyw waa unuuaiiget to Ho higher.
Clearance of wueat anu fiour were
equal to 9i,0u) buaheis; corn, ILUUO bush
cm. cm is. li.uou buanels.
At JJverpool Wheal closed HOld
highei-a corn, unchanged to d up.
i rlniury wheat rvcuiois were j.,oS4,00J
busheis and siilpuieiii 4-a,uio busnels,
agauiHi luce pis of hiK,ln) bushels and
ampinents of wuono bushels last year.
ii iiiiHi corn receipt were 1,IM,OUO
busheis and shtlunriiis RS3,ouo busliols,
akalnsi itc'.!n f hjo.onii bushels and
siiipuiunis or !.;l,(io busucis Utrt year.
1 nuiuiy oais receipts wore i,u00 buh
els and anlinnenis ij..(.hj liushoia, against
receipts of a,iw huaheis and suipmenta
Ol Vui.tMl bumiela lam year.
. Wliaai. Corn. Oats.
Chicago im JM m
Minneapolis Stlo ... ...
tlnutliu 12 106 ii
bU Uiui's UK IS 71
These rales were reported today:
Wheat No. t hard winter: 1 car, I1.0S;
8 cars. $1.0?,; 4 cars, H.O, ; e oars, $1.(;
10 cars, 1 ml; 1 ear, $1.06v; t cars, ll.u;
11-3 cats, $1.(4. No. 4 hard winter: 4 t-b
cars, $i.w; i cars. WV 1 is"", Wc; i
cars, Vhc S oars, 9Tc: 3 cars, WW'; 1
ear, Me; t cars, MVc: 8-6 curs, $6o. ham
pie: 1 car. So; 1 car, ic; 1 car, h7ei
-B car, H.-; 2-i car, 7Kl No. 4 spring:
1 car, $1.05. No. X mixed: W car, fl.i.
No, it mixed: 1 car, JUT; S ear, $1.06.
No. 4 mixed: 1 car, 9fc No. 2 duruint 1
car, $l.i.U'. No. It mixed durum: 1 ear,
ll.OL'H. No. 1 mixed durum: 2 cars, $1.0.
iNo. 4 durum mixed: St car, (c Kye
No. 2: car, 9'c. No. 8: I cars, sci
1 1-8 cars. 8i. Hurley No. 3: 1 car. Mc.
Corn No. 3 white: 1 car (old), 70Vc; 1
car. (jC'c; 1 car, 6,c. No. 4 white:
cars. P44ic; 1 car, 64'4c; 1 car, $4c. No.
6 white: 1 car, 3c; 2 cars, (52c; 1 car,
lHc, No. 6 white: 2 cars, ; 1 car,
tto; 1 car, 6dc. No. 4 yellow: t cara, 6Vc,
No. yellow: 2 cars, &tc; 3 cars, 62 He; I
cars, 61c; 1 car, hovc: 1 car, (c; 1 car,
6Sc. No. 1 mixed: Vi car, 8c. No, 8
mixed: 3 cars Wc: I car, 6bo. No. 4
mixed: 1 car, 8oe: 1 car. Mo: 1 car, Wc;
1 car, 64c. No. 5 mixed: 4 cars, SHVc:
2 ears. Wlc; 3 ears, SJ'c; t cars, M'tr: 1
car. 81c. No. 6 mixed: 1 car (old), 7c;
1 car, ttfVfcc; 1 car, lc; 1 car, te;
cars. Doc: 2 cars, D9Hc Sample: 1 car.
67Hc; 1 car, 66c: 1 car, 55c; 1 car. 54c; 1
car, 45c. Oats No. 3 white: 1 car, 41Vc.
Standard: 2 cars. 41c. No. 8 white: 1 car.
40Vtc; 1 car. 40c; 7 cars. 4c. No. 4 white:
2 cars, 40c; 6 cars. S9Vjc. Sample: 4
cars, 3Ko: 1 car, 8Sc.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat : No. 2 hard,
tl.MWr1.10; No. 3 hard, $1 .(Mff1.07H; No. 4
hard. Mcl-OO; No. 2 spring, Jl.05tfl.01;
No. 3 spring. J1.02iftl.06; No. 2 durum,
$1.024ri OS's: No. "8 durum. J1.011T1.02;
sample, i.ytivc; .o. i wnue, onvjuic; io.
3 white. writUc; No. 4 white, 64-W4c;
No. i while. 6Ki'3c; No. 6 white, 69 .2c;
No. 2 yellow, IMi68iy: No. 3 yellow, J7V4j
fic; No. 4 yellow, 6fi(i7c; No. 5 yellow,
fi6fiUc; No. 6 yellow, V(c: No. 2 mixed,
CfiMififiTc- No. 8 mixed, ria'c ; No. 4
mixed, KWMoc; No. 6 mixed, 61(o3MiC; No.
fl mixed, dymTCHe: sample mixed. 44'qR7Vio.
Osts: No. 2 white, 414j4l Mic; standard,
40V(M1e; No. 2 white. 40-i4nic: No. 4 w hite.
3!M.ifi40c. Barley: Malting. 6fti5c; No. 1
feed, fififitsc. Rye: No. 2. BSsoc; No. 3.
Chicago closing prices furnished The
Bee by bogan & Bryan, stock and grain
Brokers. 31ft Bouth S xtoenth. Omana
REAL K8TATK SUBUIIBAN
Remember Omaha's best residence
growth ha always been west
First Capitol Hill.
Then West Farnam.
The past proves that early purchases
In the best residence districts means
profits for the purchasers.
No better time than now to buy prop
erty in Dundee's newest addition, tho
right location, between 4Bth and 62d.
Dodge and Howard Sts., and plan that
Low prices easy terms.
George & Company
Phone D. 'M. 902 City Nat, Bank Bldg.
SAVE tt.000. We offer our well Improved
2n0acre farm ii ar Nnrer, Neb., for
$I0..X).i if - sold quick. John U Isaak,
American Kalla, Idaho. o
I M !.
UPFEU W'ISCC.N SIN Beat dairy and
general crop state in the union; settlers
w anied; lands for sale at low prices on
easy terms. Ask for booklet 34 on Wiscon
sin Central l-and Grant Excellent lands
for stock raising. If Interested In fruit
lands ask for booklet on apple orchards.
Address Land and Industrial Doit., Boo
Line Railway. Minneapolis. Minn.
M 1 8 -' U L. 1. A K O L It .
HAVE YOU A FARM FOR 8AI.ET
Write a good description of your land
and send It to the Sioux City (la.) Jour
nal, "Iowa's Moat Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every Fri
day evening, Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and Sunday for one
month, giving sixteen ads on twelve dif
ferent duys for $J. or W woids, J4, or It
w ord a 16.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper; jU).ooo reader daily In four great
HEAL ESTATE LOAN'S
COO TO flO.OOO mad promptlj. T. D.
CI.TY. nd tl"'m '", 6, bhi. per cent.
J. H. Du inont Co.. 414 State bank.
"Kllf KulA'1 mA w.111 . . . I A
, - wu I.I U NkUUU'll.UU
furniture into cash.
CK7,Y ,l'roerty- L-e loans a specialty.
W. H ' Thomas. Jai Stats Hank Hl.ig
South America is
Hearing All About
the Municipal Tree
El Norte Americano, the most impor
tant publication of its kind, published
In the interests of the United States and
circulated In South America, is using a
picture of the Omaha court house with
last year's Christina tree in front of It
as the frontispiece.
The picture la labeled. "Arbol De Na
tlvtdad Del Munlclplo, Omaha, Estado De
Nebraska," which in English mean
Municipal Christmas tree, Omaha, state
El Norte Americano and the companion
magazine, the South American, are pub
lished by the South American Publish
ing company, of which Wing B. Allen,
formerly of Omaha, la president Mr.
Allen, after leaving Omaha, became in
terested in newspaper work in Washing
ton and later waa business manager of
the Bait Lake Tribune and then estab
lished these two publications, of which ha
he ha made a great guoces.
Article! Open. Hluh. Uw. Close. Yes'y.
Wheatl I I
lc.1ll8W4 1 1RH 1 1 HH 111
t May. II 19' 1 W, 1 17WI mls 118
DeoAlffH 71H 7"H 70'4j 71,
1 May.74g73S 74 TVtVSF 72TSCf'73 7SSy
Dec. 42H 424 42 42 42H
May. 4offH 46 45 46 45H
Jan.. 18 50 18 55 18 45 18 45 18 84
Mhy. 18 50 18 50 18 40 18 50 18 70
.Ian.. 9 0tf?M 9 62H 55 67H 10Ti
May.9 9fl90 9 .' 86 9 87VillO 00-02
Jan..l 87H 90 70 COtrts! t 85
Mar. I 10 22'l 10 22HI 10 10 I 10 10 I 10 Za
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION!
b TO 6 lor loans ou best emu tuy
residences In amount, J2.0U0 up also
Jmlo"", Keaonable cominlssrons
PETEKS TRUST CO., 1S22 Farnam St
OMAHA home. East Nebraska farms.
O'KF.EFB REAL ESTATE CO..
1014 Omaha National. Phone Douglas 2715.
FA KM AND CITY LOANS:
OIXIUOHKKTV & HI'UHES
Tit Keeltne bldg. Phone F) 1013
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City National Bank Bldg.
Ikf', CITY LOANS. C. O. Carlberg. Ji
"' 12 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
RK!AJi ESTATE WASTED
IF YOU really-want" tosell "yourprop
srty. our plan works. We put a de
sert it inn within the reach of every pos
sible buyer in Omaha and vicinity.
REALTY LlSTlNCJ COMPANY,
Tyler 400. 400 Ware B k.
MRS. PECK VICE PRESIDENT
OF THE ANTI ASSOCIATION
Mrs. Edward Porter Peck of Omaha Is
on of the four vice president elected
to the National Association Opposed to
Woman Suffrage, which held It conven
tion in Washington early in the week.
Other local women In attendance at the
meeting were Mrs. Frank Hamilton and
Mrs. William Archibald Smith, the dele
Cation being expected home within a day
President Wilson received an anti-suffrage
delegation, of which Mrs. Peck
was a member, Tuesday In the East
room. Mrs. Arthur M. Dod . of New
York City was re-elected president Mrs.
Dodge and Miss Minnie Bronson organ
ised the local anti-suffrage society close
to two year ago.
FIVE COMMERCIAL CLUB
Prominent Omaha business men are so
busy just now with commercial activ
ities connected with the Christmas trad
that they have no time for Commercial
club committee meetings.
Five of these meetings were scheduled
for noon, following group luncheon at
the clubrooms. But after falling to secure
a Quorum for any of thera. Comrn's
sloner Manley had to postpone all.
When notified by telephone of the in
tended meetings, most of the members
replied that they were too busy to spend
even an hour for luncheon outside thulr
offices or stores, let alone attending any
Features of the Trading; and Closing;
Prices on Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO, Dec. 17. Wheat prices broke
rapidly todtty after the government's crop
figures were posted. The clone wa un
settled but He to l"ic lower, with Docem
her at J1.16H,, and May at $L171.18.
Com finibhod 4ic to l'c down, and oats
i.c to In provisions the outcome
vari'-d from the same as yesterday's dose
to 870 decline.
Notwithstanding that the crop report
from Washington showed a decided re
duction in the acreage of winter wheat
as compiyed with what had "been seeded,
the trade appeared to be chiefly Im
pressed with the fact that another
bumper yield was in prospect A a re
sult bears pressed the selling with much
more confidence and there was a great
deal of unloading by speculative holders.
Settlement of the Belt Line railway
Mrlke here had given at the start con
siderable advantage to the bears In
wheat, but temporarily the market
responded to higher quotations at Liver
pool and to fear that the switchmen's
dispute with a number of railroads here
might cut down receipt at some crit'eal
Juncture. Toward the end of the day
jthe construction placed on the United
mates government crop report appeared
to nullify all other factors. Heavy
Profit taking sales nulled down corn
after the market at the outset had
touched the highest prices yet thla sea
Oats weakened In sympathy with corn.
iTnvlslons underwent a material sag in
all the active options. Ixjwer prices on
hogs were reaponattile. Packers fed the
market carefully and filled up all buyers.
fpicano Hsu trices vt neat: No. it red,
.aO;M.22: No. 8 red. $1 16&1.1SV; No. 2
hard. 21.17V-' 1.18H; No. J hard. ll.U91.ll
Corn: No. 2 yellow, nominal: No. 4 yel
low, new. tSU'nGdUc; No. 4 white, new.
7V;'4c. Oats: No. $ white. 40'JP42c;
standard, iSWiU'iif- Rye: No. X. nomi
nal; No. J, 91'c. Barley, 614Wle. Heeds:
Timothy. $6 0011.75:. clover. JIO.0ran9oa
1'rovtalons: Pork. JH.70: lard. $S.40: ribs.
J9 KA4. I0 if.
POTATOES Iiiwer; receipts, 86 ears;
Michigan and Wisconsin whites, 65T3c;
Minnesota and Dakota white. 6)'ii'73c:
POULTRY Alive, lower; fowl, ile;
springs, 12c; turkeys, lSo.
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Quotations of tne Day , Tarleas
NEW YORK, Deo. 1T.-FT.OTTR Firmly
held; spring patent, $5.Oi?ftj.0O; winter
straights, $o.SWs6.6o; Kansas straights,
WHEAT Spot, Irregular, No. 1 durum,
Jl.ao'i. f. o. b.. New York; No. 1 northern
Dultith. $1.844 . and No. 1 northern.
Manitoba, $1.2, c I f . Buffalo. Futures
were barely steady; December, tl.231,
CORN Spot barely teady; No. t yel
low, 2e, prompt.
HA Y Firm; prime, Jl.fTM: No. 1, Jl.JK;
No. 2. J1.16&1.20; No. J, (l.O-tpl.Ob. ship
HOPS Steady; state, common to choice,
1915. 2OfrX0c; 1914. 5rtl0a: Pacific coast
1915. lUonic: 1M4. 8fll6c.
HIDES Steady; Bogota, JOfjVlc; Central
LEA T H Elt Firm ; Hemlock first. JS0
Jl... w-onH. KtilUc
PROVISIONS-Pork, steady; me, J18 7B
19 00; famUy, $30 bOtu'S 50; short clears,
It iyf,24.a Beef ouiet; mess, ti.lfi
17.00; family. P8.iobi8.60. Lard, easy;
middle west. J.TWrSSO.
TALLOW Firm: city. Jc; nominal;
county. 7H$rV: special. Hio.
Bl'TTEH r'lini; reelt. 6.088 tubs;
creamery extrax, 3V(i37ic; firsts, 2)ty&c;
E'jtid Weak; rece'pts, 5.414 cas;
uratli'-ied extra fine. (Mlc; extra flrets.
;:j)tsr; flrsn. 3i(ii'k-, seconds, 3''alto.
t'liEl'SE Klriii: receipts. l.43 b.ixi-s;
male, wi.nle milk flats held spbchIs,
l'.',r.; average fancy, lb'il7c; ciirrent
pcciiils, liTc, aw ci ate luucy, 16'g;(jic.
POULTRY Alive, weak; western chick
ens, 144il4Wc: fowln, i;iiillc, turkeys, o i
If-ic iresevi steady; iresn silled western
chicken. lo4jV; fowls. lifl7Hc; tur
OMAHA OE8RRV. MARKET.
JOUlTRT Alive: Turteys, any sit
ever 1 lbs., ire; broilers, ii ?n7c: springs,
11c; ducks, 10c: geese, 10c; hens, riill.-;
young iilunea hens, each, J5c; roosters, c.
OY8TEHS Chesapeake, standards, per
gallon, $1.10: standards. $1 20; selects, I1W;
northern, standards, $U41, selects, tl.T,
New York counts. $1 :v. Northern, small
cans. 241 2c; large cans, lnu'io. Chesa
neake, small cans. 204jJK'; large cana. yst
FISH Halibut, 'lie; salmon, fresh pink,
Jcj fresh red, UHc: catfish, freeh, lo;
trout, freah. 13c; white fun. fresh. ITci
rod snapper, fresh, 1S-; catfish, (roten.
13c; smelts, froren, 10-It. ooxea, $1 ti;
moked whit fish, 14c; kippered salmon,
FR07.FN FIPTT-Haliit. sites to suit
lOSc; catfish, large, for stesu. 13c: sal
mon, falls. c: Mlmoa. l!-,e-s lNs; No. 1
trout. He; No. 1 wH'teflsn, dressed, 10c;
No. 1 whlieitsh. large. l."c; l white
fish. Jumbo. Ifr; plckere"v rund W. C .
4c; pickerel, headless, tc; black bass,
order sum, 2bc: herring, dressed, pair
frosen. tic; blueflah extra fancy, lie; red
napper. heaulvas, dressed 10c; floun
dere, 10c; scallopa, per gallon. $100.
KMOKF.Ii -White. I0-IU. bssksta
per lb., 14c
KIPPEKED FISH Salmon. 10-th. bas
kets, per lb., 17a
I'KLKRT-Vammonth. per i"it.. te.
REEF CUTS-Rlbs: No. 1. l!Hc; No. I.
16Sc; No. J, UHo. Loins: N-. 1, il',c; No.
2. 18e; No . c. ChuoKs: No. 1, 10c; No.
2, Sc; No. J, Rounds: No. 1, 14o;
No. 2. 13c; No. S, 12c Plate: No. L Vo;
No. t, c; No. J, 8c.
I4VK Pol'LKi Bforieis, 1H to 1'
lbs., in separate com p., 17c; over 1H to J
ll., 16o; springs, any size, '2Wc; ducks,
picked. H price, but not wanted, Ho;
hens, over 4 lbs. per lb., HVtc; roosters.
84c. Turkejs, 17c; old Tom. 15c; undet
J lbs., so; less than S lbs. ach tint
wanted. Ueese, full feathered and fat
$c; picked, 4 price, but not wanted
Guinea,, each, il5c; young. 1 to lha
each, 86c. Homer squats. 14 os. and over.
$100; 10 to 12 os., JJ.U); No. L must welglJ
s os., $1.50: under S ox, OOo t'lgoons, any
kind, per do,., hoc.
Star Brand Ben Davis, $;.7& ner bairel;
Willow Twigs, 3.2i per barrei; Winesaps,
JS.W per barrel; Jonatnans. $3.uU per bar
rel. Shield Brand-Rlack Twigs. $3.50 per
barrel; Black Twlga. commcriclal brand.
$A per barrel; Ben Davis. Illinois.
BUTTER Best creamery, 32c; seconds,
In cartons or tubs, 2c; good dtilry, ti'ii
2c; country, common, lKViC.
CHEESE Imported Swiss, 44c;
domestic, 30c; block, 24c: twins, lvc;
dal.-.y, 19c; triplet. 13Wo; younn Ameri
can, L0c; blue label brick. 19HC; Umburger,
2oc; New York while, WVic; ImpoitOii
French Rocquefort 4Sc.
KKL'lTb Mavai orange,; extra fancy.
80s and Via. Jj.uo box; extra lancy, lis,
2Ms and -4a, U.io box; extra fancy Cali
fornia navels, Mis, I2s, IXtb toon.; extra
fancy c'.alltornla navels, luns. $.i 7 j box;
extra faucy California navels, lis, 20os,
21ta, 2o0s, $4.2t box.
FLORIDA ORANGES-12S, 1G0S. 174s,
20os, Ms, mm, $2.7u box.
GRAPE FRUIT Florida grape fruit:
4ft, 64s, 64s. Mta, $3.50 box: 9i;a. $3 X box;
libs, $2.75 box. Tarpon brand: J, $.i.7a
box; 4a, $4.00 boXi 64s, $4.2 box; 64s, u,
LEMONS Extra fancy California
Sunkist lemons. 300s. Si'iOs, $5.00 box;
extra fancy California Bunkfst lemons,
42os, $4.50 box; extra fancy) California
Red Ball lemons, $4.50 box; extra fancy
Florida limes, $l.&txa2.00 baskjkt.
U RAPES Emperor, packed In drum,
patented cork for long keeping, I4.no keg;
Uncle bam brand, clusteis, $4.50 per buT;
Catawbas, l.Ho basket.
CRANBEltKIEB Monogram brand
(Bell & Bugle), $3.00 bbl.; Jersey Bell,
late Howes, $9.00 bbl.: Khamrock or run
rise brand (strictly fancy Joracys), $8.00
bbl.; Chief brand, Jumbo. $11.00 bbl.;
cranberries, $2.76 box.
PEAR 8 Extra lancy Winter Nellies
(small sizes), $2.50 box.
CIDER New York Mott Sweet (very
best grade), $3.76 keg; Nebraska Ne
hawka. $3.25 keg.
SWEET POTATOES Market strnna
and advancing; extra fancy California
Jersey (about 100-lb. crates). $3.00 crate;
extra fancy California Jersey, $1.50 ham
ruTATUEB Colorado white, 76c buj.
Red River Ohioa, 8io bu.
ONION'S Vellnar V. Ih XI A mk.
lb.; Spanish (Imported Bermudas), l.G6
NUTS-No. 1 walnuU, lHo lb.; blk.
walnuu, Jo lb.; hickory, 4o Ib.f filberts.
15o lb; pecans, 12 Wo lb.; Braalls. Ik lb:
almonds. l5o lb.
MISCELLANEOUS Crackeriaek. ax SO
case; crackeriack. one-half case, ti n:
rase; fard datea, I2tta lb.; salted peanuts,
i.id can; popcorn, tu, I ID. pacKage, $2.9
case; corn pops, $.'..26 case; cornpopa, one
half case, J1.66 case; 8. W. dates. J1.X5
bog. Honey. J3.76 caae. Airline, 2 dos. i
oi., J1.50 caae. Cocoanuts. $3.50 bag, Tto
dos. Cider: Motta, $3.76 keg; Motts, one-
half bbL. 17.26 bbl.; Nehawka, U.Jn keg.
Kansas City (rala and ProTlsloa.
KANSAS CITY. Dec 17. WHEAT-
Panh' Vi, 9 k4 t1 saM,.,1 1 ) M
Of n . simu, ay, wis i, as, , w j, I TTU.
J1.14rl.l; Deceintr. $1.07; May, $1.09.
CORN No. J mixed. MV4c; No. J white,
66 Ho; Deoember, 65WS)66c; May, 6(1x40.
oa 1 is 1-o. , wnue, Ki'&isc No. 3
BUTTER Creamery. S3c: firsts. Sic:
seconds, JOn; packing, 19n.
K1! hirsts. 29c; sflennds, SOc.
POULTRY Hens, lO'.tffllc; turkeys. 17c:
at. Loala Grata Mtrket.
ST. LOUIR. Mo.. Dec. 17. WHEAT
W r! 4.4w 1 . , m nam iittini
nal; lwmlr, Jl.12'4: May, $l.l5',!j.i. 11,14,
CORN No. 2. Hf9c; No. 2 white
69; December, 63e; May, 70'4c.
OATS No. J and No. 2 white nominal
Liverpool Grain Market.
LrVFRPOOL. Dee. 17. WHEAT "pot
no. 1 Msnnooa, lis o ; jo. 1, 12s ia: .no,
J. 11s lid; No. 2 hard winter, new. lis 9d
CORN Spot American mixed, new, 9s
OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKETS
Cattle Receipt! Light and Trade it
Slow at Steady Fricei Sheep
Steady to Ten Higher.
HOGS STEADY TO FIVE HIGHER
OMAHA. Deoember 17. 1PI5.
Ciii, llos. Sheep.
.. e.7;9 8.4KJ i.n4?
,. 7,ia u.i i3.f.
.. 7.423 1S.B48 11.77s
.. 6.4.A 17.U73 9.1r-2
.. l.S) U.fr S.OK)
lir.JIS M.173 ;
37 s0 M.tl I
1D.:W 41.2 I
lM' fti.'O) ,
. r . -.1 1
Official Monday ...
Offh lal Thursday ...
Estimate Friday ..
Five days this week..27-3
Same d last week . .ti.iTt
Same days 2 weeks ago i7.o.2
Same days 8 weeks nuo 7!
tsamo days 4 weeks sgo 2a.7l
Same duys last vein- L'4.."n.7
The following tahle stiow th average
of cattle, hou and sheep at th -mah
llx-e stock market for the year to flate, as
compared with last year:
lilt 1914 tne.
Cattle i.is;,7i 9U.6I4 ro,
Hoga 2 4:1, h; 2.iil,.;,73 3;Vi,5I
Sheep J,'l!i4.1 ioi.l') 1.I3
Th following labia snows ihe receipts
price of hosa at the Omaha live lock
market for the last few uays. wltn comparisons
iMte. I 1915. '1914. '191t , 1912. iin.a910.M?0S
PO. T..I 24'i T Jl
'a s.. ( 40X
Deo. 9 ( s-S T 51
Dec. 10. 24 7 f
Px. 11. ( 27't 7 4
pec. 1-. 74
Deo. II I V T 57,
95 yesterday, making up the bulk of
fresh supply. They brought $.)
today, while two ears of a fair sort of
ewea, held over from Thursday, went at
$5.71. On the basis of today's ouotatlnna,
ewe ar practically where thev were at
last week's close, and yearlings have held
a fairly even course all week. No weth
era of consequence have been offered.
That feeder demand was still good was
again proved this morn ng, when threo
cars or light Colorado lamb went to a
feeder buyer at JS.46. One load of the
plain feeding ewea which failed to sell
yesterday mad $6.10. Feeder trade la
generally stronger than at last week's
Quotations en sheep and lambs: Imbs,
gond to choice. $.x.k,r'V0ii; lambs, fair to
food, $V5fMi8.90: lamb, feeders, r.oivH
50; yearlings, fair to choice, JM.SSWij? 16:
yearlings, fetders, jfi.TM'O.a: wethers, fair
to ehnlca, $8 ".Ml 16. 50; ew ea, good to choice,
$V76ieOi); ewes, fair to good, J5.00Vw.TS;
ewes, teeners. $4.(fr6.I6.
74 natives ewe
7 native lambs
I native cull ewes ,
J.. I ( $4-; ( M j 411' T 671 Oil 1 13) I 04
4..l 42 1 7 11 7 bsl 111! i:i H 0. 1 1 i
..) t 4 7J T 41 T 541 I Ml J W
1: fed ewes
Ii fed ewes
Ie," fed rwea
f.M Idaho lambs ...
67 Idsho yearlings
i shorn lambs ...
6o0 fed lambs
271 fed lambs
ftfl f. l lambs
Mlaneapoll 43rata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 17. WHEAT
Decemher. Jl.lZH: Miy, (1.1.1W1 134: No.
1 hard. Jl.ir.i; No. 1 northern. tl.HViff
l.VfV: No. 2 northern, $1.0fVn 1 I0.
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 17. FLOt'R
Fancy patents, 10c higher, quoted at $6.i6;
first and second clear unchanged.
B A R LF Y 6"fr4c.
CORN No. 8 yellow. 72130.
OATS No. 8 white, 39VJj39c.
NEW YORK. Den. 17.-COTTON-8pet.
quiet; middling uplands, 11.95c; no sales.
Cotton futures opened steady; Decern-
lu, 17 OTln nffn-Ail. la rm . .u 1 1 W'l.. . , V.
12 16c; May, 12.12c; July, 12.64c; October!
tton futures closed barely steady,
Deoember, 11.64c; January, 11.71c; March,
12c; May, 12.23c; July, 12.36c; October.
LIVERPOOL. Dec. 17.-TOTTON-Fe
ler; good middling. T.84d; middling. 7 47i!
low middling, 7.03d; sales. 7,00 bales.
6 Ui .1 7 81
7 7W T 74
7 45 1 7 69 4 94 7 41 9 "
T 431 T i -2 I 2 . -a
5 i-l B 'Mi I -
6 121 7 'l 7 7
l.i 7 9 7 '.8
7 (4 7 4 27 7 8 t 7t
1 tM 7 all $7
i i : I - I a a . I
T a-'l IW J V
7 HI, ( W 1 .
7 9J ( $1 7 l
( 33 7 44
CHICAGO LIVE "TOfK MARKET
Receipts snd disnosltliin of llv stook
at the I'nlun Mtook yards, Omaha, Neb.,
lor twenty-lour hour enulug at a
o clock p. in., yesierday
nliCtlrio UA . ,
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep, ii s.
C, M. & St. P..
C. A N. W east....
C. 4V N. W., west...
C. 8t. P., M. A O..
C. R. A g., east....
O.. ii. i VI., weat....
O.. R. 1. Ai P., east..
C, K. I. Af I-., west
Chi. Ureal Western
1 S3 14
J J J
t 22 9
48 166 27 t
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
121 2.451 1.590
Jtil 1,614 1.4H9
343 1.62 2.6SS
30 ....' ....
J08 .... 1.724
1.625 10,610 7.461
Cattle teady llnsre Lower Sheep
rmrmo Pee. '7 rATTI."
4.000 head; market weak; native bee
steers. $3 85fflll.OO; western steers. trt.Iixr
8 25: cows and heifers, J2.ftOU.35; calves,
$ti .75fl 10.00.
HtnlS Receipts, 61,000 head; market
weak; mostly 10c lower; bulk, Jl.l6')ii.6ri;
light. J.YNlKiHi.tO. mixed. $S96.5; heavy,
JHVy16c.; rough, J4.101i6.25; pigs. J4.50i
SHEEP AND LAMPS-neeclpls. 7.000
heuu, niHrket steady; wethers, $6.10'u6.90;
ew es, $t.2.4iii 40, lambs, JC...H.
NEW YORK ST0GK MARKET
Again Under Spell of Depmsion
t t Greater Part of
IS NO CONCERTED SELLING
Miirrls & Co...
Swift & Co
Cudshy Packing Co....
Armour & Co
Schwarts & Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co....
W. H. Viinaant Oo
F. R. Iewla
R. Root A Oo
.1. H. Hnlla
L. F. Unas...,
Werthe.mer A Degen.,
II. F. Ilamlltun
Rothschild & Kreb....
Mo. Kan. Calf Co...
Dennis & Krancts
Other buyers ,
CATTLE Receipts were light, a Usual
on a Friday, only forty-nine cars being
reported in. For the week to dete re
ceipt amount to 27, M3 head, being larger
than any recent week since four weeks
ago, and larger than a year ago by over
There were no nw developments as re
gards prices, the market for the most
t art telng Just about steady with yes
terday on uractlcaliy all kinds. The trade
was a Utile slow, largely due to there
being nothing very good, or not enough of
any one kind to Interest buyers. Pretty
much everything changed hands In good
Quotation on cattle: Good to choice
fed yearlings, $).0u.60; fair to good fed
yearlings, I7.0uc8.00; common to fair fed
yearling, 88.0Ov7.O0; good to ohuio neavy
beeves, $7. 7604.76; fair to good cornfed
beeves, $(.76o'7.75; common to lair corn
fed beeves, $4.00(g'6.76; good to choloe grast
beeves, M.'inoT.dO; fair to good grass
beeves, $4.26'u(.76; common to fslr grass
beeves, 86.26341. J5; good to choice grass
heifers , 6 MK&e. 60: good to choioe grass
rwa, J6.26tJ.; fair to good cow a, $4. dot
26; common to fair cows, 61.litM.aO; good
tu ciiutce teeuars, $(.76a7.26; fair to good
(eoders, $6,164X4.76; common to fair feed
ers, J6.26iu4.1b; good to choice siocseis,
Js.'ifMii.so; fair to good slocaers, $.Uoitj4.75,
common to fair Blockers, J6.UAa6.09; slock
hellers, $6.264.00: stock oows, $4.60tj6.1b;
stock calves, $fi.0uO7.36; veal calves, lii.frtxjj
9.60; bulls, stags, etc., Jt.Oo.ua
t, Lonls Live Btoek Market.
ST. LOriS. Dec. 17.-CATTLK-R--eelpts,
I,i0 head; market steady; nstl.'
heef steers, J7 5"VFf.'0 40; yearling fte,r
and heifers, Js.5Kii 10.3u; rows. 5."ftli'7. 0
tockers and feeders, JR.OOtf7.25; souther
steers. J"i.2f.iB8.5o: cows and heifers, J4.0ii
(.50: native calves, J('.cltl0.35.
HOt J 8 Receipts. 10,900 head; markc
lower; plga and lights, J5 2MiA 65; mlve
and butchers, Jrt.3jsii.70; good heavy, Ja.8
r'HEEP AND LAMRS-Recelpls. l.V
head; market steady; yearllnga, J.50.y
7.f0: lambs, JS.OOf59.3i; sheep and ewes,
Moax City Live Stork Market.
SIOITX CITY. Ia., Dec. 17. CATTLE
Receipts, 1.5(0 head; market 10ifl."io lower
butchers, JI.50I.25; western steers. $5.6Kir
7..0; cow and heifers. $4.75f6 00; cannera
$.1.rfV4.26; stockors and feeders, $5.3iii6.l!
bulla, stags, etc., J4.7Tirt'..iI0.
IIOOS Receliita. 12.500 head: market
M'lOc lower; heavy J 1.3ii.4i); mixed,
J.lfra.30; light, Ji.90(ij6.1i; bulk of rales,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 70)
hesd; msrkrt steady; ewes, J.0on4.rt);
Kansas City Live ork Market.
KANSAS) CITT, Pee. 17.-T ATTI.E-R.
oelpts, fflO head: market week; prime fed
steers. JV.27.it1 10 00; dressed heef steers
$7.0l)'K$.6O; western steers. $rt 2 (li(..'i0;striek
ers and feeders. J..W(7.75; bulls, Jl.606
6.00; calves, Jrt.ono.!5.
MOOS Receipts. 7.MW hesd: market
steady; bulk of ssles. J8.2iVd(50' heavy,
is.eiee.: packers and bote ers, J'..av)i6.66;
light. $o,-H.40; piga, f,.2.V,i,ni).
ntiKilJI' A N II LAMUS Receipts, 1,0 V)
head: market steady; lambs, Jil.2iVfji9.ro;
yearlings. $8.757. . wethers. IK ikntial R !
at. Joseph Live Btoek Market,
BT. JOBEPH. Dec. 17. CATTLE Re
ceipts 700 head; market steady; steers
$6,76110.00; rows and heifers. ji.75W8.76
HUOS Kecelpts. 4,900 bead; market
lower; run nr aaies, sa.yiimi.bQ.
HlllSKF AND LAM B8 Receipts. 1,600
niwMi acvfuiy; lamos, es.AlKOV.OU.
tock la liaat.
Receipts of llv stock at th five
principal wssiem msrsets yesterday:
cs'iie. iiugs. Kheen,
7. . .
U I t
tit 7 W
BTEfa-RS AND HUlFKb.
.. TW I 0U
.. IM t tu
..111' S Ml
11U 4 it
(til and ll.ti.-n.
SAVANNAH, Oa.. Dee. 17.-Tf'RPEN
TINE-mc: sale. 150 fehla.; receipts. 2 9
bbls.; shipment, 119 bbl.; stocks. 14,2)9
ROBIN Prm: galea, l.8 bbls.; receipt .
1,634 bbls.; shipments. (06 bbls.; sto Us,
72.879 bbls. Quotations: A. B. $5. 0;i6 17';
C, D. $5.0016.60; P, JVlSfj J 25: 1. $'. 6
6.27; H. JV80; I, Ji.t'U.; K. $6.30; M 9t 2J.
N, J1.50; WO, J6.9la96; WW, $i.i;rl.9i.
' Meta Markrt.
NEW YORK, Dec. 17. M KT A I Lead
offered, J5.40. Bpelter, Jl.7c17.20. Cop
per, firm; electrolytic, jao.cw. Iro(. steady
and unchanged. Tin, strong; spot, $'9 60
At I-ondnn: Hpot Copper 480 12s 6d;
futures. aHl 6s; electrolytic, HM. Spot
tin, U1K7 Vk:; fiiturns, 168 10. Antimony,
126. Lead. 46 16s. 8peller, 'JU.
NEW YORK. Dee. 17.-8TOAR-Tlrm;
eentrifugal. 4 77c; molasses 4c. Refined,
steady. Futures opened active and lower
today, but later recovered and at noon
price were about 1 point net higher.
NBW YORK. Deo. 17 COTTON Spot.
quiet: middling uplends. ll.c; noeales.
Cotton cloned nareiy steady at a
8 lu 4 00 81 7W 4 40
U 790 4 74 11 TU 7 7t
t Hi 4 0 T t0 4 It
$ 716 4 40 1 MO 4
t lilt 4 it IS 1019 4 1
10 I It II HdI 4 U
It M lit 90 1171 6 40
8 n U 10 lutl S 44
8 110 4 to 9 MO t
95 107 ( SO 1 Kl IN
U. Ill 4 U , 4 141 4 10
IS 719 III t 11 0
i tto 4 to it tu ;t
I Its I to 4 611 7 no
I Wl 7 71 1 150 I 00
1 1b0 6 7t 1 170 t U)
1 S40 9 t
STOCK KRa AND FEKDER.
I (73 I to 10 4TI 4 en
tl r 4 W 9 Ui t u
I H4 4 IS Tl 10
7 121 ( 14 ( Ht 4 It
II loH 4 10
HOOS Chicago reported a big run, and
early message said that a l'Miiac urea
!! price wa probable. Local shippers
and soma of th packers made their open
ing bid at fullv ateady prices, and In
spite of the baarlshnrss of advloea from
other market It wa not lung before hogs
were moving at prices that were fully 6c
hither than yesterday s avi luge. In faot
aoiiiu traders thought Unit at th 'vest
time trade wa 6t0iOu abuva yesterday's
Toward the close some of th life died
out of th market and prices weakened.
What heavy hogs were left at this time
r: not suffer so imnli as the lights,
1. r-m 1 " irlv
trade or arrived on late trains. Even on
the light kind price looked mostly steady
with yesierday, so that the worat that
could be said about the close was that
the early advance wa lust and lal sale
Omaha 1 sin
m. Louis 2.300
Sloug City... 1,500
Kansas City 600
NKW YORK. Dec. 17.-The market waa
again under the spell of depression for
iii greater port of todays session,
largely If not wholly In consequence of
.lie International situation. There wa
no concerted selling such as characterised
esteriiay's lute operations, hut prices
jrltted almlessiv from sheer Inertia.
AmtrcsKtvr tactics were temporarily
ibamloned bv the bears snd such con
structive forces as may have existed were
ield In restraint, pend ng a mora definite
.nnwlcdpe of the outcome of relation be
ween Vahlngton and Vienna.
Fxchnnge on leaning European centers
taa more than ordinarily c inflicting.
Cemlttances to Germany receded to
vlthln a fraction of the recent low rate,
rhlls sterling and fratua shaded slightly.
Irregular price changes wi re registered
the first hour, wsr issues and oils re
ovcrlng one to three points over yes
erdny's final figures, while rsils moved
Imost without definite trend. Later the
titer group became moderately heavy,
anndian Pacific, Fries and Chesspeake
I Ohio being m et conspicuous. In the
Inal hour the list hardened In almost
II quarters, with particular strength In
.merlcan Smelting, Texas company and
jnsolldated Oas. These changes were
us In a great measure to short coveting,
ecompnld by rumors of a more, en
lursglng character regarding the An
unt Incident. Total sale of stocks
mounted to 510,000 shares.
' vernrwe crt report showed
some slight deterioration of winter wheat
and other cereals, compared with the
preceding statement, together with a de
crease of acreage. No response to this
allowing was made by the granger group
. runs, th.-tt enure division being un
Anglo-French 6a war more active,
angliig between 944 and 96. Bond In
moral were lower and Inactive. Total
ales, par value, aggregated 84.140,000.
I lilted States bonds wore unchanged on
Number of ssles and leading quotation
n stocks were as follows:
bsIm. Hlra. Law. Class.
...9,D 99.400 14,.'0
astalaed Activity la Majority of
NBW YORK. Deo. 17.-Bradstreefg to
morrow will as vi
Sustained activity In a majority of lines
with prospect of still grester growth
typify current ttade and Industrial con
dition. Contrary to precedent ths larger
irHdea do not display the customary pre
holldsy characteristic that usually pro-
van wnen tne time for the taking of ln
ventolins arrives. Thus there ,.
lull In some sections, but by and lurge
activity la so stesdlly maintained that
salesmen are remaining on the road
longer than ususl at this season and
most reports agree that wholasale aa
well as Jobbing trsdn Is of Isrge volume,
In addlt on, fhrihiinaa shopping Is In Mil
wing, buying at many centers I th
heaviest in years, regular retail trade
In heavy wearing apparel is excellent;
mell order houses are doing a record
business; buy ng for future delivery Is
good; industrial activity Is e specially
noteworthy; labor 1 well employed at
good wages; farmers, except In a few
places, are prosperous; the week has
witnessed further advanres In prices for
cereals: collection are good; hank clear
ngs heavily exceed those or this time
In 1911; money is In better demand, and
railway traffic la hesvy.
Weekly bank clearings. 11,828,003,000.
New York Money Market.
NKW YORK. Pec. 17.-MKRCANTILE
PAPER HtlSSt per cent.
BTKKLINU EXCHANOE-60-day bills.
J4.8750: demsnd. J4 .72. cables, $4.7200.
' SILVER Bar, W'r; Mexican dollar,
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
MONKY Time loans, ateady; (Oand 90
days. lUtt'-'-S per cent: 6 months. iV3
per cent. Csll money, steady; hlnh. 2 per
cent; low. l per cent; ruling rate. 2 per
cent: last loan, 2 per cent; closing bid,
1 Pr cent; offerd at 2 per cent.
Closing quotation on bonds today were
.. 99i Ms. Pa, rv. ia 44
.. It N Y. r dab. .... til
..li'.i,N. r. rn, 40 1
. lOIH-IH, T. BUU 4Hi . Ill
V. rrt. t.
0. 93. . rss
V. a. . m
Parani la soussa.
1 m. Bmoltora 4. . .,
V T. T. . 4H
niur 4 rj. 4 So
MchU" sa. to...
iah.ng It all the way llinuigti the mar- ,ntri p.iirto int.. "
ket was aoout'6o hlKlicr than yesterday' -b.. Ohio 4S... i
averuae. Hulk or the aales waa made at r" a O I
.11 K T . N. H. a H
lH'tNo. racirio 4i..,
l''0 M U rmt. 4a,
Ftf. T T. to
t'l-P!!!. TOO. 4141..
IK So 4'- ...
lUmllliff un 4.
a r. a m r p
ri ' Ro rr r. is.
imorli-aa heel Sugar
Vlnrtra fjocomotlvs ....
iniorloaa A. 4 R
m. H. t. pf.1
tm. CiuDor Reflnins
vmnrtrsa Tel. 4 Tol
l.Mlmoro A Ohio
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Total salsa for ihs Oar. tlO.One oharsa,
Runs Away to Seek
Fame and Fortune
Franklin Carroll, l-y ear-old son of Mrs.
Leone Hall Carroll of Pueblo, Colo., Is
believed to be somewhere In Omaha seek
ing to "make big money In bowling
alley," a advertised In numerous pub
lication. Police Officer Bitter, a boy.
hood friend of th lad'a mother, la ae arch
ing for him at the latter' request He
ha been missing from hi home for two
month, and It waa learned by Bitter
that ha stopped for a time at th local
Young Men' Christian association.
Butler Has Another
Idea on Wrestling
City Commissioner Butler hag filed with
the city clerk th following resolution
which will be offered to th city council
next Tuesday morning:
That no wrestling or boxing match h
allowed in the Auditorium of th city
of Omaha without th promoter, rnan
agcr or backers of the wrestlers or box
ers hilled or advertised to wrestle or bos
In said building, first filling with th
city clerk, a certificate from a regularly
licenser physician of the city of Omaha,
stating that he has examined said
wrestlers or boxer and that they are lit
good condition, and physically able to
take part in said wrestling or boxing
UNCLE SAM GETS READY
FOR THE CHRISTMAS RUSH
Jfi.svti4i.40. with a prli.kllng around Jo.te C M p -ViuaFun .IV .i"
!anu a top of $d.W. Vluit a bit of l.ght r4 r; i nnnuHm,,4.
i a-tuff. olI around $4 .16. Uh scattering o plf is n . " r 4a .!
cormng. A table with
. .l'- 'scales and a parcel post expert In charge
$ , ha already been Installed In th corridor
u of the postofflce for weighing expedl
",;! tlously and stating postage required on
in iiouu oi c nrisimaa pacaagea. t-arly
next week another scales will appear In
the corridor, and then two more.
No. At aa. Pr. No
M 1M ... 4 19 4
it 147 40 4 90 t4
1 7 19 ... 4 u 1.
, ID UI ... ( 90 711
I U Ill M I It 70
: 't Ui 10 It M.
to tb4 ltd 4 to U
7i 2-tt w i in
... 4 46 99
loss of 1$ to 22 point today.
Evaporated Apple aa Itrlea Ktsltt
NKW TORK. Dec. 17. EVAPORATED
A PPLES Heady
ItHIKO FKCITS-Prunes. easy. Apri
cot and peachea, steady. Rain Ins, fiulet.
NEW YOHK. Dec. 17. DRY OOTn8
Cotton goods easy; ready-to-wear goods
sales of under-welghts on down.
...1U 90 4 19
... 111 ... 4
...ml ... 4 36
... l loo 4 to
... 9 M 4 tt
... 10 ... 4 40
... tit gs) 4 44
...tu ... 4 tt
... xa ... 4 4t
BIIKKl'-Thera tvoa mettv liood Friday
run here, but quality waa ncueraliy bet
ter than on most days of tne week, there
being only a few of the in between and
half-fat kinds offered. Oood lambs,
which have s.ld readily enough all week,
made up the bulk of the snpoly, and a
the demand was good the market showed
a good tone, everything m v.ng roadlly
enough at price that were steady to
strung, and in soots a much as a dime
bin her. Tup went oyer $9(j0 for the first
time since August, when three deck of
good handywelght fed westerns made
1j Ob. Bulk of the good lambs so.d around
$9 00, and Idaho wheat fields touched
M so. acattsring bunches f the less de
slrsble grades sold under this figure.
Another consignment of ths clipped lambs
was here and showed a :c advance over
yesterday, selling at $1110. Lamb are
Kenerally I'm If: above last week's close,
and th trade is in much better shape
on good kinds, although half-fat unde
sirable stuff, a well as th real heavy
lamlia. ars still hard to move.
Mutton offerings were limited to two
cara of Belmont ewe, which Bold at
OM. glerarlr ia
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L A H unl 4a
M K. 4 T. lit 4a..
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NEW TORK. Dec. 17. CO F FEB The
market for coffee futures was very quiet
stain today, sales amounting to only 6,u0
bags. The opening was unchangod to 1
pc.lnt higher on a little buying of 1st
months, but prices eased off later In th
day under scattered offerings, with May
selling down to .73c, while Keptembcr re
acted from 6.9i to 6Mc. The close was
J to 4 points net lower. December. .66o;
January, 8.67c; February. 6.67c; March,
JtiKc; April, 6 70c; May. 672e; June. $77c;
July. 4.92c; August, S.Wic; September, (."ale;
7ctober, 4.94c, Knot, mil t; Klo 7s, 7Kc;
Kantoa 4s, 9c. Cost and freight offers
wera about unchanged with quotations
ranging from about $.&' to 9uoo f ir
Ka'itoa 4s. Th official cubles reported a
decline of 76 rela In ths Klo market and
of 1-1M in the rate of Ttio exchange on
London. Santos unchanged.
GIRL SUES OWNER OF CAR '
IN WHICH SHE WAS RIDING
Faye Waller, wio on September 17 was
riding in en automobile as the guest o'
Harry A. Kershner, when the cap gtruck
a bridge between Herman and Omaha
and was overturned, has brought suit
against him for $5,0 0 damages for per
SCHOOLS CLOSE FOR THE
All public schools were closed this
afternoon for the Yuletld holldaye. Many
teachers have planned to spend Christ
ma with the horn folk in place near
or remote The school will be reopened
on January S.
BOUND OVER ON CHARGE
OF TAKING COSTLY COAT
William Clifton of Benson, eharged
with theft of a ITS coat belonging to
B. R. Beem, at one time ssslstsnt gen- ! Mrr 'rece Glade. 63 North Seven -eral
freight agent for the Ureal Western ' teenth street, wa brought beor Judge
road here, but now a rich land owner . Foster and bound ovr to th tSatrlct
coupt of days, enroute east.
court, with bond fixed at 1604,
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