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THE l.EE: OMAHA. MONDAY, JANUARY 17, Mlfi.
OR RENT-AP'TS AND FLATS
WARM, COZY APAKTMlNT
Pine apartment ef four rooms and
hath, nicely decorated; oak finish,
steam heat, ianltor service. Everything
tlrst-class. hie it anil you will take it.
SCOTT & HILL CO..
THE for rent advertisements rporln
In the For Rent column of The Be
dally cannot be beat for variety tliat
will please and fill the of any
one desiring to rent. Phone Tyler lOuO.
CLOSE-IN" ararlmanla, 1-r., trod tut heat,
Nice location. $:6. I. K. Buck to.,
91$ Omaha Nat . D. f.2".
MOVING AND STORAGE
GLOBE VAN & STORAGE
Stores, movea, packs, ships, l-horea
van and I men, $1.26 per hour; storage,
$ per month. Satisfaction guaranteed.
U. 43.18 T. 230.
FIDELITY VvTcf: t'KK'-fl
Fhnn Douglas IKS for rompleta liat of
vacant houaea and spartrnenta; alao for
storage, moving. 16th and Jackaon Bta.
GORDON VAN CO.
' Tacking, storage and mov
ing. 219 N. 11th PC Tel.
Douglas S94 or Harney 193".
Separate, locked rooms, for house
hold goods and pianos; moving, packing
OMAHAPVA-M AND STORAGE CO..
08 B. 16th St. Dougla 4163.
JC TtVVn Exp. Co- moving
. K. LttL,jU packlng and torage.
1107 Famam St. Dougla $14$.
MAOOARU Van Storage Co.: Moving
, packing, to ram and a hipping. D. 14!
FOR RENT-BUSINESS PROFTY
STORE. WEST FARN'AM.
Cheap rent, coiner. See Reichonberg
Bros., 927 City Nat. Bldg. Tel. D. 19K
MODERN store near poatoffbe; low rent.
C. P. Stebhlns. lfilO Chicago.
WANTED TO RENT
Latiirnlahed Houses avnd Flata.
LIST your 6 and 6-room houses with us;
we have clients waiting. MACK (Thos.
I.,. MGarry), 428 Koellne Bldg. Tel.
43$ N. THIRTY-EIGHTH AVENUE,
Close to schools and cathedral; best
part of Omaha; 4 rooms down, 3 up.
Will finish W floor, build sleeping porcn
or garage. (
O'KEBFE REAL ESTATE CO
1016 Omaha Nat l. Doug. 2715.
Evenings: Walnut 838 or Colfax 1561.
8-RM. COTTAGE BARGAIN
West Famam district; all modern, la
fine condition, east front lot on paved
street; close to Leavenworth street car;
H block to school and adjacent to valua
ble property; lot 46x150. 11 you want
big bargain Tel. II 7165.
PRAIRIE PARK 25oS Ames Ave. Htreet
paved and parked. 7 rooma and bath;
beautiful shade; wide lot and street.
$600 cash. $30 monthly, '6 per cant Inter
. est. Will be sold for $200 less than actual
value to right party. B. J. Bcannell,
. Phone Doug. . $99 or Colfax SMI.
NEW $-r. bunnalrw to be moved, $J60. 8-e
owner 3069 Curtis Ave. Tel. Collax 3027.
COTTAGE. $1,200. EASY PAYMENTS.
T., 8:190.. .211 Hrandcls Theater.
.8IX-ROOV., modern bangalow finished In
oak, beam ceilings, built-in bookcases,
. plate rail, beautifully papered, large ce
ment baaemerit. large fruit cellar and
coal bin. Rogers' furnace, east front
lot.-40xl27) 1634 8. 36th fit., phone D. 8062.
31 CHOICE lots in body. South Side.
U.WQ; want Omaha property; deal direct
with owner; do agents. B. Mlowky,
fill N. lKth. Tyler 22SS-W. '
170 ACRES near Omaha for rent or aell on
. easy terms. 1519 Podge St. Tyler 616.
. . Do you 'want to? If so, let ua know
about H. We always have buyers on
hand for good, well located property
when same Is priced right. Call Doug
lag 49S and let ia how you the best
Slid quickest way to sell.
1 1 1 ATT-FA IltFlEL D CO.
230 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 493.
. W,o0o Kouth t acres, residence and
barn, good well, shade, grass; a
, speculation: terms.
. SI."H b-room house, nice lot, shade;
iron frne: south front. Wants
to sell before making lease; pos
sesMlon March 1.
O Ixjll EKTY & Hl'GHES.
711 Keeline Bid.
REAL ESTATE-UN IMPROVED
. " .BAKOAIN IN LOT
located near houlevard, south of
Hanscom park, slio.Slxll..; room for
, . . laq.or tlireq cottages. 1-106,1070. Call
1 'oughts. it)S and have u show you this
i ?: Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES
FOR S A LW OR TRADE.
The' et half 4) of tho northwest
nuarter ("4) and the northwest quarter
(W of the northwest quarter (1,) and the
northweat quarter Oi of the northwest
nuarter 1 and the north half (4) of
the southwest quarter Cl. section 16.
-township 71, range 28. Union Co.. Iowa,
16 mi. east pf Creston. F. J. McAvoy.
FIRST-CLASS six-room home, strict
ly modern, new. well built, oak fin
ish, price $4,200; , nitg. 2,o00. Will
trade equity as first payment on
mall farm. SO to 120, well located.
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
915 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
FOR EXCHANGE-) acres In the beat
Irrigated country; 7-room concrete
brick house, welt finished; other build
ings good; 65 acres alfalfa: owner
wants well enuluped garage in rem ml
Neb. W. H. KmlthWheatland. Wyo.
An SO-acre and JOO-aere tract In cen
tial Florida for good Omaha property.
CHARLES L WILLIAMSON.
' 6'7 Paxton Block. .
Tel Doug'aM t(f!.
. INCOME FOft LAND.
Brick apt. bldg.. well rented and lo
cated. Price $Jn,O00: mtg. $14.iu0. 1
years: exchange for land and assume or
D. BCCK, li Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
Doug 5'.' 26
TWO clear lots. $nu0. Will sell or con
sider a light auto In exchange. Call
Owner Sunday, Colfax 2834, or Monday,
21 ACRES: good Improvement; farm for
sale or trade. Write August Krejel,
ioldn Cltv, Mo, owner.
FOR RENT SUBURBAN
MODERN HOl'SE 7 rooma. bailment,
rloaets. pantry and bathroom; half
aer tt to fruit; hot and vtl4 ater a. I
over the house. Phone Benson 6v.
Fine east front lot on 51st ft.. Id the
new part or Dundee, Just south of
Dodge St.; high and sightly. Prices
continually adianrtng in this locution.
Buy now and get the benefit.
n. v. snores co.,
915-1$ City Nat. Ilk flldg Dong. 4t.
Real Kstate Lmbi, Hrl(a('-
WE are ready at all times to
make loa.ni 0u flrit-clau city
property and eastern Nebraska
farms. Rates on request.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO..
Ill 8. 17th St
t TO for loana on heat vlasa city
residences In amounts 12.000 up; alao
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO.. 1622 Farnam St.
OMAHA homea. East Nebraska farms.
O'KKEFE REAL, ESTATE CO..
19H Omaha National. Phone Douglas m
SH TO 110,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Head Bldg , ISth & Farnam Pta,
MONET on hand for city and larm l an.
H. W. Binder, City National Hank Bldg.
CITY property. Large loans a apeclalty.
W. II. Thomas, l' State Bank Bldg.
CITY and farm loans, S. 6H, ( per cent
J. It. Pumont ft Co., 41 State Bank.
riTY 1liVH f fj Carlbersr. Mo.
U Brandeis Theater Bldg.
6 MONEY. HARRISON at MORTON.
Abstracts ot Title.
WHEN buying real estate have us com
pile your abstract. Guarantee Abstract
Co.. Rin. 7. PattersonBlk. P. 2"7.
KFVM? nt'a guarantee and Abstract
1VJ-,"J-" Co.. a modern abstract office.
V 8 17th St. Tel. D. 6487.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract
office In Nebraska. K4 Brandela Tbea.
SMALL IN XESTS EN TS
A few real estate mortgages ranging
from $:'i00 to $l.fi0 each, drawing over 7
per cent Interest. AbsoluteJy A No. 1.
Just the placo for that few hundred
dollars that Is now Idle. Address E 870,
FARM LOANS 5 eastern Neb., or west
ern Iowa. Toland & TtitfnbuU, 4-H Hee
REAL ESTATE-OTHER CITIES
RESIDENCE LOT IN LINCOLN.
Will trade for god piano.
Call Webster 737 after S p. m.
FARM Mn RANCH LANDS
SIX SMALL IOWA FARMS.
Six western Iowa So-arre farms from
$."0 to $150 per acre. C. 1. Glfford, 2622
Capitol Ave., Omaha, Neb.
FIGURES won't lie; neither will I. 2:tsi
acres, Pipestone Co., Minn., $27,500;
$7,500 cash, $15,000 nine years at 6 per
cent; balance to suit. M. L. Baldwin,
IT IS warm In the Orarks. Farma all
sixes. Will grow anything. Write for
W. S. FRANK. 201, Neville Block.
A GOOD little stock farm tour miles
from Illalr, Neb., all good bottom land
will sacrifice for cash. K. Martin.
Little Falls. Minn.
FOR SALE Easy terms; . choice farms,
240, 80 and 30 acres, garden spot Ne
braska, near this city. Write J. F.
Todd. Neb. City, Neh
Ore von LanUa.
UPPER WISCONSIN Best dairy and
general crop state in the union; settler
wanted; lands for salt at low prices on
asy Urma. Ask for booklet S4 on Wis
consin Central Land Grant. Excellent
lands for stock raising. If interested la
fruit lands ask for booklet on apple or
chards. Addreaa Land and industrial
Dept., Soo Line Railway, Minneapolis,
HAVE TOU A FARM FOR 8ALBT
Write a good description of your land
and send It to the Sioux City (la.) Jour
nal. ''lowa'a Most Powerful .Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five worda every Fri
day evening, Saturday morning and
every Saturday evening and Sunday for
one month, giving sixteen ads on twelve
different days for Zi or 50 words, $4, or
75 words, $6.
- Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper; ZoO.000 readers dally In four great
Thirty-two. milk wagoua for sale, cheap.
Johnaon-Danforth Co.. 16trt and Clark.
1X5R SALJiJT-year-oid ShelTand pony'
Address J. M. Allen, Nevada, Iowa.
HORSE and light paring iton for utile.
cheap. fn W. 16tl m
HORSE and wagon ' for sale. Tyler 1113.
HAY $7.60 ton. A. W. Wagner. 901 N. la.
WANTED TO BUY One team of horses;
average about 1, WO 4b. ; not over 6
years old. Call 1613 Farnam. Telephone
Tyler S24. . '
WILL trada forty horsepower, 1915 model
Spauldlng touring car for horses, cat
tie or sheep. Address B 513. Bee.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
10Q FEET ON 24TII STIIEET
Will sell or give long time lease on
fsvorable terms. Located right for a
sure advance in value. .
GLOVER & SPAIN,
919-20 City National.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
HOMER pigeons, about 15 birds. What
have you to trade? Benson 326.
UXD grain. 100 lb. $1.73. Wagner. Ml N il
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
1914 Ford touring, exc. condition.... 7.J22S
1913 Metx roadster J)
1UI6 Monitor touring, brand new 6.0
1914 S-cy Under Studcbaker touring... 6V,o
1913 Ford coupe
I'JU Oakland touring, fine condition.. 4J6
' ALTO CLEAR1NU HOUSE,
Douglas 8310. . Z!" Farnam.
WHENEVER you are considering sell
ing or buying a used car and you want
full value for your money or you want
fee pie wbo are willing to pay for what
hey are getting you will have no re
gret If you buy or advertise through
the used car column ot The lee. Phoa
FOR SALE My Detroit electric. old
model, but in excellent condition, prac
tically new batteri. Price touO. W. A.
.Murer. council Blurt, la.
WILL take car on my s-room modern
residence, 8. $2t Ave., Omaha. Owner,
So. 34461. A. D. Klnlav. So. Side.
AUTOMOBILE ft general Insurance fire,
theft, liability, etc. ART THATCHER,
1217-11 City Nat. P. 8e01.
1.000-LB. truck Vh. Nebraska Bulck
Service Station. 1914 Faruam.
Phone Douglas T2L
AUTOMOBILE MUTUAL LNoURANCB
CO.. Douglas I9.
WANTED-To buy" 1914 or 19!$ Ford tour
in ( car btdir, in good cond lion pox
3Ui. Kcneraa, Neb.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Eighty-Nine Cars of Wheat Re
ported In, with Prices Unchanged
to One Cent Lower.
CORN SELLS ONE CENT HIGHER
OMAHA, January 1. 1916.
The wheat market was very steady to
day and the receipts were very good.
High l y-nlne ears were reported In and
wheat sold unrhanged to Ic lower.
0er 1H) cars of orn were re-elved on
the local exchange today and the best
grades sold lc higher, while the poorer
corn sold Ic off.
Oats were very steady, selling un
changed to Uc lower.
Rye and barley were unchanged.
Clearances; Wheat and flour equal to
177.000 bu.; com, liT.OOO bu..; oats. SW.tWO
Liverpool closed with wheat lHd
lower, and corn unchanged.
Primary wheat receipt were 973.000 bu.
and shipments of l,0i bu., against re
ceipts of 662.000 bu. and shipments of
1.177,000 bit. last year.
Primary corn receipts were HOO.OOI) bu.
and shipments of 439,tW bu.. against re
ceipts of J.W.OOO bu. and shipments of
1.201. iiOO hu. last year.
Primary oats receipts were 779.000 bu
and shipments of 7S1.000 bu., against re
ceipts of l.lTS.OxO bu. and shipments of
1.198.000 bu. Inst rear.
CAR L6T RE'-EIPTS.
WncaL Corn. Oats.
Chicago 78 2t 190
Duluth 65 :
Omaha M 10 '
Kansas City lift '
St. lyiul 102 20 44
These sales were reported today:
Wheat No. 3 hard winter: I cat. $..;
1 car. $1.13; 3 cars. $1.1-",; 6 cars, $1.13"
4 cars, $1. U1; 2 cars. $1.11. No. 4 hard
winter: 1 car. $l flfcV,; 1 car. $1 OS; S cars.
$1.07; 2 cars. $1 064; 1 car, $1.06; cars.
1.05; 6 cars, $1.04. Sample: 1 car. $U2; 1
car. $1 00; 1 car, asc; S cars, 90c. No. S
mixed: 1 car, $1.12. No. 2 durum: S ear.
$1.13; 1 car, $1.12. No. 3 mixed durum:
1 car, $1.12. Rye No. S: 1 car, oc. Bar
lev No. 4: 1 car, ."c. Com No. 3 white:
2 cars. V4c. No. while: 1 car, 7Sc:
6 cars, 7c; t cars, c. No. 5 white: 3
cars, 66c; fi cars. 65c; 1 car. M'-feo. No. $
yellow: 1 car. 70c. No yellow:. 1 car,
68c; 2 cars, 671-; 1 car. 67c. No. 6 yellow;
2 cars, fivc. No. 6 yellow: 2 cars, 4c;
2 cars, 6Zc. No. 3 mixed: 1 car, tSVjc,
No. 4 mixed: 1 car, 67,c; 6 cars, 67c; 4
cars, 66.: No. i mixed: T cars, 6fc; 7
cars. 4V No. 6 mixed: 1 car (wheat
mixed). bOWc; 1 car, 21,'4c: 8 cars, 62c; 2
cars, 61Wc; 3 cars, 61c. Sample: 1 car,
674c; I car, 6IV10; 1 car, 61c; 4 cars, c;
1 car, 25c. Oats No. 3 white: 1 car,
4.1c; 1 car, 4,1Hc. No. 4 white: 1 car,
43'e; 3 cars. 4:c. Sample: 1 car, 4!'-4e.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat : No. 2 hard.
1.1V1.17; No. 3 hard. $1.l04fr1.14; No. 4
hard. $l.0.tyfr1.0S; No. 2 spring. $l.14'(
1 17: No. 3 spring, Sl.lliffl.lS: No. 2 durum,
$1.121rl.l3: No. 3 durum. $l.llr1.12; gam.
pie, 90cfjfl.03. Corn: No. white. 6h'
(V; No. 4 white, ar.wrwo: No. R
white, Wn66o: No. 6 white, 62ir64c; No. 3
yellow,, 6Vi70c; No. 4 yellow. 664VJr6l!e:
No. S yellow, gnffOTc: No. 6 yellow, itft
64c; No. 3 mixed. 6fcne: No. 4 mixed.
06u!71HCi No. 6 mixed. 6344rwc; No. 6
mixed. fiOfrSc: sample mixed, MfatfTSc.'
Oats: No. 2 white. Witfi444c: standard,
44foH4ic; No. 3 white. 43N3e; No. 4
white, 43&434c. Harley: Malting, 6,r
70c; No. I feed. 67i2c. Rye: No. 2, 91tr
92c: No. 3, OiHfffllc.
Chicago closing prices, furnished The
e by Iogan AV Brvsn, stock and grain
brokers, 315 South Sixteenth, Omaha:
Art'cle1 Open. High.
May.il 26V.1H rs.
I T ow. I Clone I Tes'y.
1 264U J7HAI 1 27H
1 11 VI 1 21B1 1 20
July.ll20-19l 1 214
Corn. I I
May. 1787,0 I 79'
July.l 7SI 79W
I I I
frSSWHl 7-, 794,
I . 7sSl 79B 7Vi
Oats. I I
July.l 44l 49',!
It11 ' x.' D
Jan.. is oo
May.) 19 50
Jan.. 10 40
May. 10 9S
July. 10 90
W 9241 19 2741 19 00 -f
lit 47 19 19 bihk
l' 10 40 ' 10 55 l' 10 47
10 70 10 65 I 10 774
10 $2-851 10 9741 10 90
I I I
Jan.. 10 40-421
10 40-421 10 5f I 10 45
10 75 10 9i.Bl 10 90
I ; 10 90
May.) 10 75
B Bid. A-AHked.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trad la and Cloelaa
Prlcea on Board at Trade.
CHICAGO, Jan. 15. Assertion that ex
porters had become active buyers at Win
nipeg gave wheat price here a rally to
day after a weak start. The close wasj
unsettled at the same as yestcrday'H
finish to c higher, with May $1,274, and
July, $1.21. Corn lost lie to Vtc net,
oats wound up 4c off to a shade ad
vance, and provision at a rise of 74c
Strength In wheat did not develop until
word arrived- that English houses which
had been sending bearish new to New
York had later turned to the bull side
of the market and were purchasing in
Winnipeg on a large scale. The upturn
In the market here was encouraged by
advices that Brazil bad made a big re
duction In tho Import duty on flour. Mora
or less attention was also given to re
ports that h green hug danger was In
creasing rapidly in Texas.
Liverpool dispatches Intimating that the
British authorities were releasing many
vessels to bring about more liberal ship
ment from Australia and Argentina did a
great deal to weaken prices during the
first half of the dy. The temporary de
pression was In the face of the fact that
stock In Europe and on ocean paaaago
were the smallest at any correapondinc
time. In ten year.
Chances of Increase In arrival acted
as a weight on the corn market and so
too did the breaking of tho drouth In
Argentina. Improved demand from the
offset Ver' fom'', omt,thlng of an
Oat proved relatively firm; Tho chief
W'busVela IK,rt bU8,ne,- etlm" t
Provisions rallied sharply after a de
cline at the tart. Enlarged outside nuy
ing waa reported, and offerings from
h.rjric'?" J?' notwlthsUBdln,
low, 72'.'ii7Slic: No. 4 white, 724r73c Oata
No. 3 white.. 4Vn47'c; standard. 4Si"'"'
Rye: Nominal. Harley, 6fvW79e TimolhV
$6.fti.00. Clover. $lfl a wig. 76. I'ork iiiirli
1719274. Lard: $10.S7Va 10.56. Ribs, $10 124
EU UP Higher; receipts. 2,061! eases
firsts. 304e; ordinary firsts, 294; at mark
tasea Inrluded, 22-i30c. mara,
POTATOEtf-Receipts, 35 cars; market
POULTRY Alive, lower; fowls 16c
spring, 15c; turkeys. He. '
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
notations ef the Day an Varloa
NEW YORK. Jan. 15. FLOUR-Onlet
WliEAT-Spot. firm; No V dJrum
$1.4: No. 1 northern, Duluth, $1 4:14 kX'
1 northern, Manitoba, $1,464 f. 0 b New
Yo,rkJu!ue,' ,,re steady; May. $1 :t.i7
CORN-Spot. steady; uew No. 2 yel . w
S6e c. I. f. New York. yellow,
OATS-elpot, tadjr; No. $ white, 514
HAY Dull; No. 1, $1.20181.224; No. 2,
Aata Livery ana tiara gea.
jnduatrial Oarage Co.. 20 ft Harney Bta."
Aata Repairing; and Painting.
'9? "rd for magneto we ran t repair.
" js rsuorier. z lu r. isth.
KB EE winter atorago when cars are
pauitsd and repaired. Johnaon-Danforth
Omaha Radiator Rep. Co. 2uj Far, li. JX
Aata Tires aad aapplle.
. AUTO TIRES
REBUILT. $2.00 TO $6.00.
DUO TIKE CO.. 1U ChlcagoJ$t
BAIUIAINS In slightly uaed'and demon
at rating tire. Zwlebel. 25j Farnaiu.
li A KU -1 -I A V 1 1 .SO N M'oTO Itci C LEhT
baigi.il in um d nmclnne. Vi.-tor Iluoa,
"Tiie ilulufoik Man." .MM Lcaveawuiiu.
mcago tasli Price Wheat: No. 2 red
nominal: No. t red. l.ffliSL- No J
hard. $l.K4ll.23S: No. 3 hard'. $?10fll 19
Corn: No. 2. yellow, nominal- K a ..J'
$1 07Htfl.l.'.; No. 3, 9.tff7'. shipping. Tt
HOI'S yulet: state, common to choice,
191n crop. J6ii2Sc; S14 rn(S 19c; Pacirio
coast, 1!I5 crop, UjtlV; Ii4 crop, KirlOr.
HIDES Steady; Bogota, 3ii3lc; Central
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts. SSfJi
34c: seconds. SWc.
I'HOVISIONH-I'ork. steadv; mess, $1:
: family. $-J.svi.ii; "shoit clear,
tl'J .MiC.1 " Beef, steady; mess. $l6.fvvi , m
family. $l imis ;). lrd. steady; midille
went $H t ii to :.
TAI.LOW F'rtn: city, Sc; coutitrv. ix
ftS'- special, Se
KCTTER-Stendy: receipts. 3.9vi tubs;
creamery extr.ts. s.;f.i4o; firsts, 2si32c;
EilUS Easier: receipts. 4.71 cases,
fresh gathered extra fine, ,V.n:t7c; extra
firsts. 3lt;ki.'. firi-ls. 3-'flV; seconds, S04
CHEESE Firm; receipts, 1.2s boxes;
state whole milk, held Facials, lc; av
erage fancv, '7Vul7c; current make,
specials, 171fl74c; average fancy, 16'. r
POULTRY Alive. steady: western
chickens, 16t; fols. isvfc: turkeys. :Y;
dressed, strong, tresh killed chickens, 16
tr27c; foals, WHttWc; turkeys, 2V.
OMAHA UEX RRAb N.IRKKT
BEEF CUTS Ulb: No. 1. 184c; No. 2.
164c; No. 3, 124c. Loins: No. I. 24e.
No. 2, lie; No. 3. 14c. Chucks: No. I, i-c;
No. 2, sc; No. 3, 4c. Rounds: No. 1,
1:14c; No. 2. 12 V: co. 3. llc. Plates:
No. i. Ve: No. 2. 84c: No. 3. ;c.
FltCl'i thxttkn: 'siiiiiriiiu Sunklst.
naxrls, 64s, $.'.il box; California Sunkist
navels, Mia, $.'.25 Ihix; t.'alifoi nia tinklst
navels. 96a. 1'H's, $2 60 liox; California Sun
klst navels, 112n, $2.75 box; California Sun
klnt navels. 126s, $,! i box; California Sun
kist navels. l.'iOs, 2.vs. 2J4s, $a.Ji0 box, Cali
fornia Sunklst navels, 176s, $i7j lox;
Cnllfornliv Sunklst navels, 200. !l6s, 2:'-V.
$4 00 box. I-emolis: tlohlen Bowl, 3IOs,
$0.00 box; Silver (rd. 3ts. 360a, $4.50 box.
(Iranefrutt: 36s. 4'-s. 64s, $.1.76 box: 64s. Sis.
$4.00 box; extra fancy, all sixes. $4 26 box.
Orapes: Malagas, $7.uK(istu hbl. Bananas:
Medium slxn bundles, $l.50yl76 bunch;
meUtum sixo jumhoes, $2 1vu2 50 bunch;
regular slse Jumboes, $-' 6or(1 j 7,-, hunch;
extra large Jumbiies, $:iw3.26 bumh;
mammoth Jumhoes, $:i.6iw3.7fi bunch.
Cranl)errles: $9.0u per bbl. and up. Dates:
Dromedary, 36s. $2 .Vi ea.e; fsnl, 12e lb.;
stuffed, walnuts, $l.3Ti box. Figs: New,
10-12 or.. STo box. Nuts: No. 1 peanuts,
raw, f4c lb.; No. 1 peanuts, roasted, Sc
lb.; peanirts. Jumbo, 94o lh. : eanuts.
Jumbo, roasted, 9l-c lb.; English wal
nuts, No. 1, 164c lb.; English walnuts.
No. 2, 134c lb.; filberts. 15c lb.; pecans,
I240 lh. ; pecans, Jumbos, 174c lb.; Bra
Ills, 1r lb.,; mixed nuts. 15c h.
VIXIETABLES-Potatoes. White stock,
$1.20 bu.: western Nebraska. $1.10 bu.
Sweet potatoes: $3.50 bbl.; Jersey, hamp
ers. $1.7 hamper; southern, hampers. $1..'i0
hamper. Onions: Red. Sc lb.; yellow, 24c
lb.; Spanish, $1.06 crate. Cucumbers: $2.iW
lox. Cauliflower: $100 crate. Cabbage:
14o lb. lettuce: Head. $1.00 dnx ; leaf, 40c
dox. Celery: Jumbo. 90c nog. Parsley: 50c
doa. Radishes: 50c do. Brussel sprouts:
20c lb. New beets. cars. turnips, 50c
dox. Old beets, carrots, turnips, ruta
bagoes, 14c lb.
MISCELLANEOUS Cider: Nehawka.
tt 25 keg. Honey: Comb (24 sectional, $3.75
case; Airline. 24 slx-ot. tumblers, $1.90
case. Popcorn: No. 1 rice. 4c lb.; 40 1-11.
packages, $2.50 case: Nebraska white,
owing to quality, 24340 lb. Cornpops:
Kornettes. $1.25 case; 4 case. $1.65. Check
ers. Crackerjack. Chums: $3.50 ease; H
cases. $1.76. Salted peanuts: $1.25 can.
Horesradish: $1.75 case.
Kranorntert Apples and Hrlen Fralta
NEW YORK, Jan. 1B. -EVAPORATED
APPLES Dull and easy; fancy, 94'filOc;
choice, 744ic; prime, 64fHc.
DRIED URtTTS Prunes, firm; Cali
fornia, 4M14c; Oregons. 744c. Apri
cot, quiet; choice, 74c; extra choice, loc;
fancy. 12c. Peaches, quiet; choice, 54
Riw: extra choice. 54c: fancy, 64c.
Raisins, steady; loose muscatele, 74f74c;
choice to fancy seeded, 74hV:; seedless,
Kansas f Ity Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITT. Jan. 15. WHEAT No.
3 hard. $!.l5ii1.l9; No. 2 red, $1.2o$fl.25;
May. $I.1K: July. $1,134.
CORN-No. 2 mixed, 694rt70c; No. 2
white, 70c: No. 3 yellow, 71c; May, 744c;
OATS No. 2 white, 4647c; No. I mixed,
BUTTER Creamery, 33c; firsts, 31c;
seconds. 29e; packers, 19c.
j.Xinis Firsts, 27c; seconds. 20c.
POULTRY Hen. 13a; turkeys, 17c;
' Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 16. WHEAT
xi . 11 "t;i.: Jiilr. $1,254: No. 1 hard.
31 3i4- No. 1 northern. $1.2tiSfc 1.294; No.
2 northern. $1 2344J1.264
OORN No. 3 yellow. 7B4W.6C.
OATS No. 8 white. 4.r40O-
Oil and Raeln.
SAVANNAH. Ga , Jan. 1K:-TURPEN.
TIN F Firm at U4rXci sales, 14$ bbls. ;
receipts, 167 I. bis.; shipments, 826 bbls.;
stocks, 14.644 bbl.
nOBIN Firm; sale, 11 bbl.; receipts,
1.260 bbls.;' shipments, 1,91$ bbls.; stocks.
66.961 bbls. Quotations: A. B. C, D. E, F
and Q. $5.30; H. $6.35; I. $5.40; K. $6.00; M.
16.10; N. $6.75; WU. $7.00; WW, $7.50.
.' ' M, Lonls Grata Market.
T. LOUIS, Jan. 15. WHEAT No. 1
red. 91.:V(jl.l: No. t hard, nominal;
May. $1.234(ttl 234. : July. $1.17.
CORN No. Z, 73c; No. 2 whit. 767J
754c: May. 16ttWc; July. 77c.
OAT No. 2, -64ci No. 2 white, nomi
nal; May, 48U; July, nominal..
London Stork Market.
LONDON, Jan. 15. American securities
closed steady and a fraction higher.
SILVER M ler ounce.
MONEY 4'iiH'44 Per cent.
lUSCOUNT RATES Short bills, 6 per
cent; three months, Vi, per cent.
OMAHA.. Jan. Ij Bank clearings for
Omaha todjy were $1,362,647.61. and for the
corresponding day last year $3,277,681.61.
The total clearings for the week ending
today were $21.6S4.24I.9K and fo rthe cor
responding week last year, $20,100,647.70.
St. Lonls Lire Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mo, Jan. 16 CATTLE
RecclntM. 1.2u0 head; market steady: na
tive beef steers. $7 6'f9.SO; yearling steer
and heifers, $S.;Vi9.35: cows. $o.60rqi7.ai:
Mockers and feeders, $5.0(7.25: southern
steers, $6 2.VQ8.60; cows and heifers, $4 00
fc.50; native calves, $6 OlitflO.60.
H008 Receipts. 10.500 head; market
lower; pigs and lights, $6.0fK7.15; mixed
and butchers, $7.sXS7.35; good heavy, $?.20
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 300
head": market eteady; yearling wethers,
IKOUi.Ki; lambs. $9.0Offl0.; ewes, $6.tu)
Ht. Joseph Live Stowk Market.
ST. jr.EPII, Mo . Jan. 15 -CATTLE
Receipt. liK head; steers, $7.00'r9.00; cow
and heifers, $4.261 ..75: calves, $7.00950.
HOUS Receipts. 10,J bead: market
lower: top. $7.1, bulk of sale. $6.75fj7 ft",.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1,000
head; market steady; lamb, $9. 7fj10.7.
1 , 1
Ktork la Slant.
Cattle. Hogs 8heep.
Omaha H"0 m.fmi
Ht. Louis 1.2'"i 10.6U1 ;'a)
Kansas City 4' 4.0i
Chicago 5u) 34.0im I, W0
Sioux City 6i0 !. 2"0
Totals 3.000 57,iJ
NEW YORK. Jan. 16.-The market for
coffee futiiiea waa comapatlvrl v quiet to
day with prleea easing off under further
scattering liquidation. The opening was
unchanged to 4 points lower. After selling
at 7.21' July rallied to 7 2fc on coverings
and a little trade buying, but the demand
wss limited, and price aagged off later
a 1th May wiling at 7.11c. and September
at 7.32c. The close waa 1 to 6 points net
lower. Sales. 9.iio bags. January, 6Mc;
Kehruarv, 6.95c, March. 7.03c; March.
7c; April. 7.07r: Mav. 7 10c; June. 7 1.m-;
July. 7.2"c: Augiit. 72oc; September, 7. Sis-;
October. .30c; November, 7.40c; lieceinber,
Spot, steady; Rio 7. 8c; 8antoa 4s, 94c.
No change wtts reported In the cost and
The oflUlal rabies showed an advaaoa
of i:m rein at Rio with the Santo market
unchanged and Rio exchange on London
I at law Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. 16. rOTTON-pot,
quiet; middling uplands, 12.C0c; no aalea.
Futures closed barely steady; January.
12.29c: March. 12 4".c; May. 13.6c; July.
i2 Mr: I ictober, 12. 71c.
LIVEKPix U Jan. 15.COTTONrot.
steaai : g.Kxi mKktitnt. 4:; nitn.lllng.
h IJc. low middling. 7.72c, salea, 6,14)
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Cattle Run for the Week Liberal in
Spite of the Extreme Cold
HOGS HAVE BIO SATURDAY RUN
OMAHA. January 15. 1916.
rteceipn ; Catt'e. Hogs. Bheee
Official Mnnlnv 11. JO., 12.7 ."4 17 .III
;"ir'cil Tuesday 7 PT7 I ;.. 9.611
'f'l' l ii Uetlnos.lay i - 14 4r 7 "l
I - 'i inursusy .... l.OTj 5.nij s.ot.i
.I'tfulal h n.Hv s.:w
r.cuniate Saturday .. 3i0
Six (lava this week 2N "JT
sine days last week24
Same d.'iys HKi
.ante days 3 wks. nxo.Krut
Paine d,'a 4 wks. mko.j.(V.4
Same daa last !i .r.
The following tain, snows the receipt
or cattle, hoss and sheep at the Omaha
Live Ptoi-k market for the year to date
. wmparra Willi last year:
... w l!''".
1 at tie m x- uui
Sheep lO'.OSJ ir.Nill
The folio ing table shows the average
t,-i.. " r 1 .... ... . . . , .
..... ... n, (nv unw na iv- sir s
market for the laat few das. with 00m-
Date. lsl. 1915. 11914. 11)411.1191$. 11911. 11910.
OS, I I M
OW 7 861
$ ' CJ! 8 80
$ $0 7 H $ W
mi. 7 76' $ 7
0 7 411 8 It
Receipt and disposition of live stock
at the Union Stock vards, Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at 1 p. m. yes
C. M. St. P li
Missouri Pacific 2
Union Pacific 1 3i
C. A N. W., east 3 11
C. N. W.. west I 61
C, nt. P.. M. O 1 1
C, B. ft q., east 1
C, B. & VI., west 42
C, R. 1. P., east 7
C. R. I. ft. P.. west 2
Illinois Central 11
Chicago Ureat Western S 11
Total receipt 16 141
Morris ft Co 1,7 0
Swift and Company 3,721
Cudahy Packing Co i.ssl
Armour ft Co 6.217
Schwarts ft Co JSW
J. W. Murphy 8,2J
CATTLE As usual on Saturday there
were only a few cattle here and they sold
at prices not materially different from
Friday, but around kxyiho better than the
cloaa of laat week. Receipt this week
have been rather liberal In aplte of the
rough weather, gome 28,500 head showing,
up for the six day which la about l.OuO
lesa than last week, but 7,000 more than
a year ago. Tho market ha been very
uneven partly owing to the bad weather
and partly owing to unuaiial conditions
existing In the east. Undertone to the
trade, however, has been fairly healthy
throughout and both beef steer and
butcher stock have found a free outlet
right along until the laat day or two
when the difficulty experienced by pack
er In securing refrigerator car ha
lowed up the demand somewhat.
In atockera and feeder business ha
been unusually brlak for thia aeaaon of
tho year and the volume of bualnea quite
large with price tendlnr stronger on
practically all grade. Tito recent Im
provement In the fat cattle market ha
been responsible for a very decided re
vival of interest on the part of the coun
try in stock cattle and feeding steers.
()lr,tatlrn. r, rt nal.. OajuI . r phnl..
beeves. $H.26K.75; fair to good beevea.
tl.WVH.W; common to fair beevea, $6.60
! 7.40; good to choice heifers, $ti.26'a7.00,
good to cnolce (wwa. a.7f,tjP6.60; fair
to good. cow. $6.26(16.76: common
to fair eowa, $4.0006.00; good to choice
feeders. $16427.66; (air to good feedera.
$i.4Ofr.90; common to fair feeders, $6 frOit
6.40; good to cboloa stockers. $7.0O4r7.66;
fair to good atocker. $6 3o7.00; common
to lair atocker $S.60tfp4.3r.; stock heifer.
$5.75ii.75: stock cows, $4.7ji.2; stock
calves, $S.6077 60; veal calves, $i.0i)9.eu;
bulla stags, etc. $4.75.25.
HOOS An unusually large Saturday
hog run waa on hand, receipts of 847
car, or about 18,000 head, being the
largest for a long time on a fcta.iurday.
9,'. lit M.71W
1 sr.!) 25,11
j t:r, Sj. 71
1 ? M
8 19 It
f 09 7 871
t OS 7 M si
101 7 75, 9 Ik
17 7 7s
Oo 7 78 t 19
7 69, 9 56
Jv A- ' J
Is a very good way to gave money, but yon will nerer grw rich,'
on what your money will earn for you at 3 or 4 per annnm.
Th- same money invested in good residence lots in Omaha, would
in a very few years yield you several times the above rate.
Good lota can be purchased in almost any part of the city, with a
email cash payment down and the balance in small monthly amounts.
In a short time, you will have your lot paid for, together with the.
increase in value, which is sure to come on all well located property
Omaha is today one of the most prosperous cities in the rountry
bank clearings are climbing higher each week; wholesale and retail
business is growing faster than ever before in the history of the city.
The live stock and grain market is the envy of our competitors. New
skyscrapers are going up all around us.
Can you watch these developments going on each day and ques
tion what the profit will be in Omaha Real Estate f Values are going
to increase, and today is the time to buy before the advance is made
in the price.
You can keep yourself fully informed by closely following the
Ileal Estate columns of The Omaha Bee the best offers are always
made in The Bee. v
Everybody reads Bee Want Ads..
The Omaha Be
Telephone Tyler 1000,
Total arrival this week are 79.10$ head.
Deing IH.OOO short of a week ago. but
larger than two weeks ago and a
gain of 29.000 over laat year.
The outlook waa anything hut promis
ing and every thing wore a very bearish
aspect. Yesterday's advance threw Iocs!
frlcea wav out of line wl'h other msr
ets and packer could ask for no better
chance to line things up again than the
heavy receipt today. The result waa
that everyone waa slow In getting
started, but that when both shipper and
packer buyers raised their firsts bids un
til they were no more than ivn20c lower
than the early trade yesterday, a gnol
many hoga began moving acaleward. The
market once established became fairly
active, and with few exception the big
bulk of the offerings sold l.V(i20r lower
lhan yesterday's eaily prices, and little)
If any better than stesdv with Thursday.
Bulk of all Hie salea was msde at.
7 00, with the usual sprinkling ef light
stuff on down, guile a few load were
bought by both shipper aud packers a
lilgb as $7 0 and the top reached $7.H
Aa compared lth a week ago prices to
day are asiJdc higher, even after today's
aharp break, which, Just about lopped
off all yesterday s advance. A heavy
supply Monday gave packer a vision
of another big week and they pounilml
prices to the tune of lrjl.V the opening
day. However, Tuesday's tun fell far
below expectations and from then on
alues shot up rapidly. The big end of
this week s upturn can, however, be laid
to weather condition more than to actual
strength In the market, and aa a heavy
run la expected next week no one would
be surprised to see the big eml. If not
all. ot this week advance trimmed off.
N. At Sh. IT N. a. Sr. Pr
1; 1ST ... 7 :t l7 ... j
M 17J .. H l"4 1.4 ... ( M
1UU IM .. S J 1M ... b,
T7 1 49 4 no ... M
m 11 ... 1124 Cf 2M ... f.it
7i ... St nt m n
S- ... t V 2 IXt 1 1
t n ... 1 1 7.1 rrt ... 1 os
H4 ... 1 74 lid ... 1 in
H n ... M 14 ... 4 tl
111 . ..IM . .. t . ... ...IJ4 ... fj
SHEEP No sheep and lamb were In
eluded In the day arrival. Yesterday
official count fell a few hundred head
short of the estimate and the week'a
total Is 49 925 head, being leno smaller
than a week ago and o,o short of last
year, but 14, KW heavier than two week
Issspite the fact that price were be
ginning to look a little top-heavy a
week ago the week'a limb trade ha
duplicated the 76o advance scored laat
1 week and current value are a flat $l.u0
.higher than they were two week ago.
I A heavy run Monday resulted In a slight
break, the market opening alow and 16o
lower, but closing more active anil with
part of the break regained. -From Monday
on it waa a steadily advancing market
up until Friday, when with a heavy week
end run values held steady at the week'a
advance. Closing quota! long put good to
choice iamba at $10 6ctfl0.75. and fair to
good kinda are selling from $10.40 up,
those figure being far the highest ever
In January. Few If any rllpied lamb
were marketed. Best should sell to $9.60
at present. Feeder trade seem to be al
most a thing of the past for this aeasnn.
for while there are plenty of orders still
unfilled, supplies are very scant. Aa high
aa $9.10 waa paw tor ununisneo weigntv
lamhs to go to nearby feed lot and good
feeding ewes touched $6.15. Both these
alea were made early in the week.
CHICAGO LIVID STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady lloa gtrong Sheep
CHICAGO, Jan. 15. CATTLB-Rece'pt.
500 head: market, steady; native beef
steers. $6.6041 90; western steer. $6.f
8.90: eowa and heifers, $.1.2OW.60; calve,
HOOS Receipts. 14.00ft head: market,
strong; bulk of salea. $6.sYVfji7.16: light. $0
1T7.10; mixed. $6.7u47.80; heavy. HJVUl.X;
rough. $.80iji96; pigs. $5 504f.0.
SHEEP AND LAM BH Receipt s, I.OflO
head; market, firm: wethers, li.liXJJ7.kij;
ewes, $5.257.00; lambs, $8.ud,l0.90.
Kaaaaa City Lira StaeU Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Jan. 15.-3ATTT.B
Receipts. 40O head: market steady;
prime. $6. ISO. 26; dressed bef steers, $7.00
fa 26; western steers, $.60ft.t0; atocker
and feeder. $6 OOrtr. 15 ; bulla, $5.60ir.(0:
HOOB Receipt. 4.000 head; market
lower: hulk of eales, $.7Wr7.0&: heavy,
$7.0007.10: packer and butcher, $4.aMt
7.10; light, $6.7VPi7.00; plga, $AflrJr4.a.
SHEEP AND LAMBs- Receipts, t.flflO
head; market ateady; lambs. $9.76tM0 75;
yearlings. $8.2".26; wethers, $.7r7.78;
Slang City Live Stack Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ta.. Jan. 15. CATTLE
Receipt, COO head; market, ateady; na
tive steers. $6 S&4j7.66.
HOISft Rerelnts. 1.400 head: market. 104$
16e lower; heavy. $6.96tU7.10; mixed, f if,
1W9f.; light, $6.65i?6.86; bulk Of sale, $6.75
SHEEP AND LAMBS-ReceipU, SrO
FI3IN. III.. Jn. 1. BUTTER 7$ tub
old at 31 cent.
NEW YORK jTOCX MARKET
Mexican Sham Arc Once More
Offered in Large Quantities.
STEEL IS UNDER PRESSURE
NEW YORK. Jan. li. Aside from sub
stantial advanrea In a few high priced
specialties, such as Bethlehem Steel.
International Nickel and American Coal
Products. In which gwin rsnged from 7
to ?7 points, tods7 short nt actKe
session developed few features ef Inter
est. The more moderate priced Issues
of that same class tried to keep pace
Ith this movement, but met wrth Indif
ferent succeas. same closing wit net
Men lean shares were once more of
fered In large itosnttlle. Mexican petro
leum and American Smelting being ub
Jected to renewed short selling. Untied
States Steel was under steady pressure,
With resultsnt heaviness anil final Am.
I Ings In frnptpi, Kteel. Lackawanna
Steel. Baldwin Ixynmntlve and StiHte
baker, left those stocks quite generally
under the previous arsa.orts' closing quo
tations. Ralls were at all times backward and
Irreaular. New Tor CVntraL the llar-
rlman. St. Paul and Erie being sold
' ll K , 1 m . . ,,,. I 4 mahh-.Iam.
Home of the utilttlea. particularly tele
graph and telephone aharee added to
.veeterda.t a gains. Aa a group mercan
tile marine Issues again dominated the
list, the preferred stock making another
new high record oa Ita advance of $4
to '4. while the 44 and fourth eer
tlcates made a new maximum on their
rise of 24 to 101. Trading In Marine
Preferred wa larger, than In any other
Total eales amounted to 416.000 hre.
Today's bond marknt was strong. New
York Central debentures rivalling Marine
Issues In activity. Total sale at bond,
par value were $4.4..iX
United States coupon 3 and registered
4s declined 4 per cent on call during
Number of sale and leading quotation
on stock were aa follows:
le. Mth. Lew. CTo
Alaska nM so k4 16
Allla-rlMlnter trt Jt
Am.Hr.n psa gutar.. l.nno t tr", f7
tmrlnn n st.ini t !
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Am. A H rM.... lit
Am. Hunr FUrinln tna ill 11 114',
Amertraa Tel. Tel-... tM IM'fj 117 1774
A wrVss Tssaere 2Z
7,aa H4 li!H in1!,
lona '. 14 A
llalSwla lmrmnMiw ...
Ha 1 1 laser a Ohio........
ttalhlaham Weal .......
ttraafelr gat Tr
lttnni Palroeun ...
Csnsitlaa faclflft .......
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Ckbmin. M. A Su
Cktram H. W
4 hlnaso, n. I. a T. Ry.
I'eleraae rel a Ipsa...
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Mat liters' Dtnrtua ...
Oraat Northarn fl....M
OrtMt Na. Or rlla.
lntartorMfh Cna. Car.
Kanssa t'Kr Bwvtsara...
1, milavm NaatiTtlU..
Maxtean Pvl miasm
Missouri, K. T. M...
New Trh rxartnil
N. T . N. H. H
Nnelhera aadflo .
Pantrtfl Tl. 4 Tl
Pllna ISIaoe Ckr
Mr Va, Cnepar
HublM mn ft )..
m4alnar rmmnaav ....
Tax oa ComDany .,
I'ala faetfl If. .......
f'altrtl States StMl
tl g. M4 Btd
wsitihQaa Rlartrla ..
Wakasb a pfd
i n 4 r
two Ji4 144 M
" ITS !TN
Law M M 411,
vo . u i'
SM 114 I". Hsi's
tm tasfj it IT',
l.a w 644 MS
1 4 414,
l.P 47 V 44
170A ll4 414, 41
7 ) m irt m
M IMH 1KH IMS
Limn .'S 4v 4
i.io us ats
s t iH in,
t.es 4KS 4HS 47S
aa 11" 1W lis
U.M 1IH 1114 H4i
l.tW SkS . MS
I. ton ttau vw lie
i.,m n tat
ins un ISO
!. lust, 114
l.en 44 42
Ss VU HT
I.1KI a ti
I. u uu
l.tn tntli 1S
tn M4 u
Vtoa tu ; ii7
$tn i Mi f4
J.4 ttS t!T4 ffV
l.tn m, tirs r:
4M) M M
a, in S M '
l.aaa urs ins 'its
1, 7S 74
lmo 77 s
' in 'TH '
JtS 81 4
latamaltooal Marina I4. 61.XM1 U14.
Total salaa tor th day. iu.N liana.
Kf,W TOR K, Jan. 11 ST'OAR-Raw
teady; centrifugal, 4.2ir4.Ue; molasses
3.60J.V76; refined, steady. The market
for futures wa firmer on buying by Cu
ban Interest. c1orlnr 645 18 paint higher
aalea, $460 ton: March, 3 4c; May. l.tOo
July, $.Vlc; ISeptembcr, 3.12c.
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