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TIIK BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JAXUARY 20,
For Kent, A Bargain
S92J North Uth St., two-story, ell
rooms. recption hall and bath; strictly
Bflodern,. ons block of Sherman Ave.
ear line; good m new; $;aj per month;
owner leaving cltv.
H IATT-FA 1 K Kl KS COMTANT.
230 Omaha Nat 1 Pang Bldg.
Telephone longlaa 4!W.
fr'w mod, hum; 7 Msniicrson Col. 13.
-ROOM home in H.mM.oni Pars Llatr1ct,
U3S Ueorma Am , v Hh gnrage; Mcalf"
decorated, rxrclerit condition; $.16.
HASTINOS 1 1 I iFX, 114 Harney St.
NIl'K 6-room cuiuui' ai ivh Spring Bt.
for IIS. H nnii'v J.yA
t"IVE-ROOM house, modern except fur
nace. 1000 Martha St.
ItriNT TO l'KUKL'ARY 1.
(Si S. 19th, 8-r., all modern house;
well artangrd 101 renting rms.. .40.00
Mi N. 17th, ii-r.. all mod. apart
ment, heat and water furn.sned. 35. M
t.M Wirt, o-r. cot., mod. ex. heat.. 15 00
Jm 8. ltith. j-r. cottage, pt. mod. .0t
J010' Bristol .St., 5-r., part mod.. 14. 00
HASP HUwS. tMH'Wt.AS 13.
fc-r., a.M'4 Ltovcnporl fct., West r'sruum,
T-r., l't:''j limmtt Bt., mod. ex. ht 3l
!-r., 7it 1'arkrr St.. colored, mod.... 30
S-r., Shelby Court, mod. ex. ht IS
K1ffltHjrKljtT0). Iwgla K.
14W CHAKl.liS t rooms, balh. SIS.
2X I'oppleton Ave., 6 and bath, 117.
JOHN N. FRKNZEn.IWigl
-K., UowntownT colored, il2; i and -r.,
lota garden ground, 4-5. Tel. Doug.
2107. Evenings Walnut
lloTsKS FOR 11KNT.
CRKRiH. SONS ft CO..
aV bKK BLUU.
E70"ine ventral furniture blore a s'KIlS
t: ENTAl. LldT
FOR RENT-AP'TS AND FLATS
NEW AXU Ll'-TO-DATE.
JI BT COMPLETED.
Consisting of 3 rooms with 5-room ac
commodations; 2 built-in beds;, kitchen
and bath; all outside rooms; tod light
kitchen; individual porches; choice lo
cation; 336 summer; $4o winter; Ear
nam car line, pee this today.
HASTINGS & Tl K YPEN. 1M4 Harney St.
4-It., Hfo Harney, has sun parlor, built
in bed. very choice, good location, all
outside rooms, good light, plenty ven
tilation, choice locution, tSub-lcase, fcli.io;
31- .60 summer.
HASTINGS & HEYI'KN. 1M4 HAHNI'V.
4- r., no-I.es. ;!0tli and Capitol Ave., 3:15-340
5- r., Ueorgiu, HW Georgia Ave H7.50
4-r.. Elo-Les. IH'th and Capitol Ave., flrat
VERY choice 4 or 5-room steam heated
apartment, on West Karnam Street.
JNO. W. ROHHINM. 1HU Karnam e't.
MODERN T-r. apartment, including beau
tiful east sun room. In west Faroam
district, for lent. Harney JIW. o
1'lVE rooms, second floor, unturnisiif a,
close in, vW UodKc, lo. U. A. EcKles.
1'iitiiH' Uq. iglag o
WOODL.AND tlt and Dewey., api. o, m.
very desirable. E. E. Brando, H. 1103.
6-r.. JUS Iovenworth St., mod. ex. ht. $16
6-r., Hhelbv Ct , close In. mod. ex. ht.. 14
!i-r.. lit'2 tot li. 2d floor, mod. ex. ht. 12
3-r.. S. th Ht.. near Ieav. 8t 13
I'KTKRH TRI'HT CO.. Douglas S9K.
FIV E-liuOAl alcum ncaied apanmenu
very le.liable. the Chula Vista. 30th
.nil I'oppleton Ave., $42. 6A 322 Bran-
ceia Theater Bldg. Doug. 157L
MONTH FREE RENT.
3-room and lath apartments.
jnod. but heat, best neighborhood, 112.50
and Call lor appointment to see
D. E. BUCK, 912 OMAHA NAT. DO. 52K.
-, MOVING AND STORAGE
"GLOBE VAN & STORAGE
Stores, moves, packs, ships, 8-horsa
an and 2 men, fl.a per hour; storage,
2 per month. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Douglas 433K and Tyler 230.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and mov
ing. 21 N. 11th St. Tel.
Douglas 894 or Harney 1937.
Separate, locked rooms, for house
hold goods and pianos; moving, paralag
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
0 8 lth Bt. Douglas 4163.
Phone Douglas 288 for complete list of
vacant houses and apartments; also for
storage, moving. 16th and Jackson fits.
T C RVlT.n Exp- Co moving
I. J iMLlSUU n..blni and atoraaa.
12W rarnam 8t Douglas gi4.
atAGGARD Van btoiage Jo.: Moving
packing, storage and shipping. D. 14L4.
FOR RENT-BUSINESS PROP'TY
Lease for Bale
130 8ia&r Feet tlO.OO.
The Bee Building Co.
" Room 103.
WILL remodel space. SO by 0, for lodge
hall, 3d floor of Crounse Block, 11 N.
16th St., to suit tenant. CONRAD
VOUNO. m Brandels Thea. Doug. 1571.
6MALL store room; very desirable:, rent.
SO; 1530 Cass St. CONRAD YOTJNQ,
322 Brandels Thea'er. Douglas 1S71.
STOREROOMS at 1809-1811 Parnam St.
Thos. F. Hail, 433 Ramge Bldg. D. 740.
fiODER.N store near postofflce; low rent.
O. P. Btebblns, 1810 Chicago.
WANTED TO RENT
tnturalabed 11 oases tat Flats.
E HAVE many calls fur houses to
rent. List yours with us.
F. D. W EAD. 310 B. lsth tit., Wead Bldg.
All modern, in Benson, at 2313 N. 63th
St. Pull lot. house about 6 years old.
Mortgage on It of $L'.(in0.00, payable
31.U0 per month: make offer for equity.
You need not fear to make offer low
enough. The owner must sell and you
will get a snap.
H A. WOLF. 614 Ware Blk. Doug. 80S3.
Two good, well built, well arranged
S-room houses, strictly modern and up-to-date,
located on corner 36th Ave. and
Jones St. Paving all paid. Price $i,5w).
Kintal $7W. Always rented.
D. V. SIIOLES CO.,
f!5-l Crfy Nst'l Bank Bldg. Doug. 4i
NEAR "PRETTIEPT MILEi" AM
LKAVINO CITY AND WILL SACRI.
PICK MY HOME. Fifty-foot lot,
rooms, modern, excellent condition,
paci street, all specials paid; roes.
..... wW..ua..t . 1 1 1 1 1. laiuiiy
t ." Ill Ii nr mr... VAU . .. ...... - ..
- -- w-. b- . . u.ivii aii'i
.no.I. tlirec-uiinute car service, on
tuik. C..ur at the price asked,
v. M. FOOTE.
M2 Foler Ave
HA 1-1-'-PP.lt H If you watch the "For
.-ale. Miscellaneous ' columns of THE
I'l'l.' ...I'll .7)..
.. j. . . , iiiuiwnicil
sie for all practical pui po-hs alniont
s-t uid ss new odvcriised fnr half
tne original price in THE BEE.
Ttrand new, "-room, strb-tly modern
stucco house, with sleeping porch; Just
completed; near Kteld ilub. He sura and
see this bouse before vnu buy and we
will save you money. Write N. J. Hkog
rnsn & Sons, building contractor. 812 N.
Jjftth Et., or phone llarney7ol anyjtlme.
HALr' A . within blocks ol " car line"
new 5-room house; full basement, elec
tric light, well water. Thos. U Mc
"srry Keellne TiMf. Red
RORTH front lot. 16th and Rherwood
Ave., with old S-room brick cottage, not
modern; only 1.!60. Tel. 1 oiig. Sh..
TfT? rooms, four apartment, cheap.
I'hone tolfag lu52 after 11 a. m.
Ir'OH SALE A BAltGALN
This 7-room modern house, hot waist
heat, located -40 8. ltb tt., one-half
block from Boulevard.
THE BYRON REED CO.,
Douglss r7. I t2 S. lTth
FOR SALE Strictly modern 7-room
house, nearly new; Field club district;
fares east on the boulevard. Will aell
cheap If taken at once. Buy direct from
owner. I'hone Harney Ibii.
rractlcally rew five-room cot tan a,
modem except heat, located In a new
addition and surrounded by new houses,
In west part of city, 1H blocks to car
line; must sell at once on aorount of
wife's health; price, only U.3M. Call
Webster 6,M Sunday and evenings, or
Dougla 31S during week days,
WANTED Experienced white nurse girl.
Young girl need not apply. 4U6 N. 3Sth
S t .. H wmey 6W.
RT-Tw 7-room modern house. O. A. Kckles.
I'hone Douglas 1893. o
TUB most remarksble derelopmrnt ever
seen in umnha la mi.Nhi Ll iiA addi
tion. Over WW lots have been sold In
that addition in seven months.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
GREAT LOT BARGAINS'.
Leavenworth St.. coiner. East Belt
line, S7r.. Cuming and 47th. 7uo.
G EURO K O. WALLACE, Keellne Rldg.
LOT bargain, cleanup sale, Mornlngslde,
Kenwood , Brookliiie, Crelghton 1st,
Kenwood, Lennox, Clalrmont, West
End, Baker Place, Her 1'lace. Ames
Place. Elllston Park Place. Florence
and Dundee. ,
TEF.HENS. 60T) Omaha Nat. Bk.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES
For Sale or Excliauge
Seven room modern houso with largo
lot, on paved street, paving paid. Price
,00u. Mortguge. $2,tf. Owner will ex
change for vacant land in Nebraska
with hard soli or for well located va
cant lot in Omaha. I
J. II. Dumont & Co.,
4IB-1 Keellne Bldg. Tel. Doug. V.
TO EXCHANGE FOR RANCH.
115.000 restaurant and billiard room;
the best money maker In Iowa; want
good unincumbered grass land. E. L.
rills. Perry, la.
FtJR SALE or exchange for Omaha prop
erty, nice little ranch In north central
part of state (640 acres), good Improve
ments; no cash required; owner now in
cltv. Address K 4t, Bee.
APinTMPVT hnn.. M .nll Rent 17 bin
Want, flrat rlu.a farm
j A ABBOTT, Room 4, "Patterson Blk.
REAL ESTATE, Fire and General Insur
ance. Art Thatcher. 1217-1S City Na
tion Bank Bldg. Douglas 3S01.
300 ACRES. Montgomery county, Iowa,
to deal roe Omaha Income. UA-MPUULAi
& CRA1Q, Keellne Bldg.
INTELLIGENT and persistent advertis
ing will "sell" any salable real estate,
and the largest number of prospective
buyers can be reached through the
Real Estate and W ant-Ad Guide to all
of Greater Omaha THE BEE
WANTED To buy on monthly payments,
small store room, with living rooms
above, la Central school district. Phone
A BUSY, busy door bell and a steady
stream of replies-after your ".jKB
Want-Ad has told Us story.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Investors and Builders
We have an excellent piece of ground
close-in. Iiioxl60 with a frontage On
three streets. Priced rlgnt, with reas
onable terms. In line of advancement
and a big Increase In value. All streets
paved and paid for. ,
Glover & Spain,
Doug. 3Sg, 819-80 City National.
WHAT he had to sell: An automobile,
a motorcycle, a summer cottage, a
Morris chair. And ha sold '-hem
through TUB BEE Want Ad coluraua.
Real Estate Loans, afortgages.
WE art) ready at all times to
tuakt) loans oa flrst-clagg city
property and eastern Nebraska
farms. Rates on request. .
UNITED 8TATL8 TRUST CO
til 8. 17tn Bt
$ TO (or loans oa best class elty
residences In amounts ti.OuS up; alee
farm loans. Reasonable commissions
PKTKH8 TRUST CO.. 1622 Farnam St.
OMAHA homes! East Nebraska farma
O KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
IQH Omaha National. Phone Douglas ITU
$100 TO $10,uuu made promptly. F. IX
V.'ead. Wead Bldg.. 18th V Farnam Sta.
aiONEIf on hand for city and farm luaaa.
H. W. Binder, City National Hank Bldg.
CITY property. Largs loans a specialty.
w. n. i umnaa, a piate pang riiqg.
CITY and larm ioa.ua. 6. i. per oatib
J. H. Dumont at Co., 413 State Bank.
CITY LOANS, c. Q. Carlberg. &0.
u nranae s l neater Miqg.
6 MONET. HARRISON aV MORTON.
Stocks aua ttoads.
7 Home Builders Pays 7
Plus builders' profits msklng over 10
per rem in mio 10 our investors.
You can Invest $1.U and up to run
aa long as you wish and convert Into
taan on snori notice.
Ask for our "New Wsy" bo'ilet.
lltll Authorized Capital $l ,!.
1314 APTHOKIZEl) CAPITAL $.O),O00.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL fotiO.OuO.OO.
AMERICAN SECURITY CO.
Fiscal A gents. Omaha.
UNCLE SAM ol. slock at a sacrifice of
1 cent per share; advertised price to
non-stockholders, cents; i,JU snares.
u i. j. co j g n an . r.agerton. rvan.
Abstracts at Till.
WHEN buying real aetata have Us eorav
pus your abstract, uuaraniee Aostract
CXf.jRm. 7. Patter sob Big. D.
k'li'Klf. f'U guaraotaa and Abatraot
Co.. a mode
ern abstract of fioa.
gr 6 17th St. Tel.
y.KD ABStRACTCO. oldest abstract
of floe in Nrbraska. Brandels Tbea.
ihirty-two milk agous for seie. cheat.
Juhr.son-Danforth Co. lt.tn and Clara.
HAY-$7.io IkU. A. .V. Wagner, aul nTTT
POULTRY AND fETST0CK
alXj' giaui. iuv iua. $i.7. Jaguar. Ml fi, 17
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Florid La a ale
MAKING MONEY WII11JS YOU WAIT.
There will be planted In our section
In Florida this month U'.OUO to 15.iW
acres of Irish potatoes. These potatoes
will go to market atout the time the
toes win re followed Dy a crop oi corn
or other field crops.
Our lends sie equally adapted to
trucking, small or large farming and
stock raising. The largest rattle and
hog farm tn the Vntted States Is being
develofpcd In our locality. No one crop
country can begin to compare with It.
A place to live aa well as to make
money. The superb all year round cli
mato should add years to your Ufa.
S42 r-!nJ,',t: Omaha. Xeb.
"FREE tK'ilfo VERO, FLORIDA,
Tuesday, Febrngry L to see the famous
Indian River farms. here the luscious
orange and grape fruit are produced In
abundance; where general and Intensive
farming Is engaged In; where the possi
bilities In cattle, hoga. poultry raising
ant calrylng are almost unlimited;
-owing days In the year; outdoor Ufa,
noaung, naming, ilslilng ana nunung;
good roads, schools and cburchea. We
want you to see this country, where op
portunity awaits you; where you can
secure that farm and home on eaay
payments, which may mean your very
Call or write for free booklet and
complete plnns for this free trip.
MEDDINO A HEDD1NO.
MS Brsndeis Theater Bldg., Omaha. Web.
s oaCre y a k mk0r" rent:
Southern Minnesota, well Improved,
tiled, smooth; WW per acre, or share
rent. Ben ConSj Wlndom, Minn.
Mtaalaalppl La ads.
AN OCEAN SPRINGS
Pecan orchard, will provldo you with
a winter home mid sunshine and flow
ers, snd psy you an income besides;
costs you nothing to Investigate.
W. T. 8.MUTH CO..
D. M. City National Bank Bldg.
2J7H ACRES improved. 3 miles of Salem,
Mo.; 140 acres fenced, eo acres culti
vated,' lays fine; good soil; price 40
W. S FRANK. Neville Blk.. Omaha.
CE.N ERA lt NEBRASKA FARM CHEAP
An omsha man owns a very fine luo
acre farm 2 miles from county seat in
Central Nebraska and we think he
would be willing to exchange It for
Omaha property. The lund is all level;
Iihs fine sandy loam soil; 30 acres being
alfalfa, with plenty of tame and wild
hey and running water; j;o per acre Is
the price and it is worth the money.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANV.
6th FI.Omaha Nat. Hk. Bldg. D. 17KL
EASTERN Neb., 2o-acre farm. 50 per
acre. C. S. Relyes. 316 Ramge Bldg.,
W tseonsln Lands.
UPPER WISCONSIN Best dairy and
general crop state lu the union; settler
wauled; lauds for sale at low prices oa
easy terms. Ask for booklet 34 on Wis
consin Central Laud Urant. Excellent
lands for siock raising. If interested is
Iruit lands ai-k for booklet on apple or
chards. Address Land and Industrial
Dept., Boo Line Railway, aiuinaapolui.
WHEN you buy a larm, get It where It
has a future. If you buy high-priced
land you are just trading dollars, so to
speak. We have a land proposition that
ought to interest every larmer seeking
to better his condition. Our Isnds sen
at Wo to M) per acre, on easy terms.
The soil Is rich and fertile, the climate
fine, tha water supply pure and plenti
ful; the rain', all has always been ample
to Insure crops. Until a lew years ago
there was no railroad through this sec
tion of the country, but with the ad
vent of a main-line railroad It Is now
rapidly coming to the front, towns are
springing up, and In a few years these
lands will double and treble In value.
We have personally Investigated this
land, bought some of It ourselves, and
have the agency for a limited supply.
These lands ere- located . In western
Texas, below the Psnhandle. Circular
giving detailed Information furnished
SCOTT & 1IILL COMPANY
UoCaguo Building, Omaha.
BEAUT1FI L RIO GRANDE FARM
FOR SALE CHEAP.
I have two fine farms, located on ths
Great Mercedes tanal at Mercedes,
Tex. I must sell one 1 of them and
will give some one a bargain. The
farm Is all Improved and ready for
working. It's a beauty and a snap.
Must be sold. Lock Box Zii. Marshall
HAVE YOU A FARM FUR 8ALBT
W rit a good description of your land
sad send It to the bloux City (la.) Jour,
nal, "Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every Fri
day evening, Saturday morning and
every Saturday evening and Sunday tor
one month, giving sixteen ads on twelve
dllferent days for $2; or 69 words, $4, or
7j words, tg.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper; 214.000 readers dally In four great
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
HAVE pair of diamond ear screws weigh-
ing IVs karats eacn, to trade lor A Ulu-16
auto. Phone Douglas 1447.
t 1314 Ford touring cars.
1 118 Ford roadster.
1 1914 Ford roadster.
1 1911 Hupp 30 roadster.
I 1912 Chalmers 30 roadster.
1 1912 Maxwell 36 truck.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.
jiirj riL'ysjii Dougiasj.
1 1916 Bulck C-25; louring, excellent
2 1915 Bulrk roadster, good shape.. ...no
11914 Studebaker six touring... i0
e 1914 King roadster Lo
6 1914 Ford touring ).
1913 Ford truck i:bO
Auto Clearing House, 2?iB Farnam. DS.'ll.
1.000-LB. truck $126. Nebraska Uulck
Service Station. 1914 Farnam.
Phone Douglas ill.
AUTOMOBILE MUTUAL lNBURANCiO
CO.. DougiBS S9l.
Asia Livery as borages,
industrial Garage Co.. an a Harney 3ta
All Hepa'rlaa and Palutlag.
Automobile painting done by expertaTlo
years' experleiics In Omaha; work guar
anteed 1st class. Johnson-Danforth Co.
Eoo reward for magneto we can't renair.
Col's repajd.Jbjfdorfer. 310 N. 18th.
fiee winter storage when cars ara paJnu
ed and repaired. Johnson-Danforth Co.
flmsLha Radiator Hep. Co Jiai Far. I. Juoi
A its) Ttres aa taiisllaa.
UUPLEX tires last longer, ars stronger
and mora durable. gxH. 36.60. i6u
REBUILT. $3.00 TO $5.09.
DUO TIRE CO.. 1611 Chicago St
b'AKLE a -DA V IDbON MOTORCYCLE)!."
bargain la used machines. Victor Rooe,
Ilia Motorcycle Mao." Ifitfi Lata Tan worts.
NEW YORK, Jan. COTTON Spot,
quiet; middling uplands. U.86c; no sales.
Cotton futures opened steady. March,
11112c; May. 12.0; July, U.lVc. October,
12 17c; Iecmber, l?.80c.
Cotton futures closed steady; March,
11.90c; May. 1131c; July, Uc; October.
13.:Mc; Decern bar. llttic
The cotton market closed stesdy at a
net advance of eight to eleven points.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. COTTON r pot
easier; good middling, S.2sd: middling,
7.9Jd. low middling. 7t6d. Sales, .out
NEW YORK. Jan. 2X. MIJTAIX-Iad.
$6 06. Spelter not quoted. Copper firm,
electrol) tic, $-5.6 for secod quarter da
livery. Iron steady and unchanged. Tin
quiet; spot, $11 bid..
At Ixndon: Spot copier. i'9n la; elec
Irolvtic, ppot tin. il7 :s; futures.
11)79 Atitiinon. 2'i. lA-u-i, LIZ 2m d.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat it Beit Seller and ii Quoted
at One and a Half to Two
AND DEMAND GOOD
OMAHA. January H. li.
Wheat, rorn and oats were In demand
t0?y nd sold at advanced prices.
"heat was the last seller, the receipts
w'r" fairly heavy and there was a fsirlv
active demand for this ce.-eal. Wheat sold
i-y 10 jc nigner.
Corn was also a good seller, the better
grades filing a mo higher, while the
poorer grades were o higher.
receipts or oats continue light and
the few ears that r. nrr-a i... . I
old Ho to ei higher.
viearanoes were: Wheat and flour lial
to WJ0 bushels: Mm. 1 law bushels:
oats. 844.000 bushels.
Wheat. W1 hlirhsr 1 1. I l-orat"
Primary corn reeelpts were l.fWi.noo bu.
and shipments 7:,000 bu.. against re
ceipts of 704.000 till, and ahlnmnnla of
672.000 bu. last year.
Prima rv enrn mvlnli mn 1 mittt hil
and shipments ftrV.ooO bu., against re
ceipts of l.SM.ooo hu. and shipments of
72.a bu. last vear.
Primary oata receipts were 1.043.000 bu.
and shipments SM-Ouo bu.. against receipts
of 743.000 hu. and shipments of 1.017.000
bu. last year.
.Kansas City list
8t. Louis m
These sales were reported todsy:
..h'tNo- "ra winter: I csrs.
.i7H; cars. $127; 1 ears. 1 ; No. 4
hard winter: 1 car. cars. $1.24; i
car. $1.M; S S- cars. $1.2;; 1 car. HI;
' cars. II IS; 1 car, $1.17; 1 car. $1 Is.
No. I spring: 1 car, ll.M. No. 1 spring:
1 car. 1 1 ); l car, $1.1. No. 4 spring; 1
car $1.18; 1 car, $1.17H. No. t mixed:
I -$ ears, $1.29. No. t mixed: 1 car. $1.54;
'cars. $1.16. No. 2 durum: 1 cars. $1,231.
No. 3 durum: 1 car. ti ri Ktm.i. i .....
,1-.,4:1 T,r ""'.' L01. No. 4 durum!
mixed: $-5 oar. $1.1.1
Rye-No. $: 1 car. ste; 1 ear. We: 1 $-8
cara, WiHe; 2 cars, Klc. Sample: 1 csr. 3o.
Corn No. 4 white- 1 o . x
white: 1 oar, fik No. white: 1 car.
2vc; 1 ear. 82c; 2 cars. c. No 4 v.i.
low: 1 car, Vc. No. 6 yellow: 4 ears. iic;
1 car. SifHe.. No. yellow: 2 cars, .1He: I
car. C$e ; 1 ear. lc. No. 3 mixed: 1 car.
71c; 1 car. TOHc. No. 4 mixed: !t cars. RV.
No. mixed: 4 cars, 4Vc; 2 cars, 4c;
1 car. 4kc; I cirs, 2te. No. mixed: 2
ears 2e; 4 cara OSo: 1 car. 6ir; l car.
floe. Sample: 1 car, Mtc; 1 ear, 57c: 1 car
(yellow). 66; 2 cars (mixed), toe; 1 csr, 64c;
2 ears, RJc; 1 car. 60c; 1 car. 40c.
Oata No. I white: T cars, 60c. No. 4
white: 4 cars, 4c. Sample: l car, 48V:
1 car. 47Hc. , I
Omaha Cash Prices Whest : No. 2 hard.
fl.2sjrt.S0: No. 3 hard. i1.2ffl.l.27H: No. 4
hard, fl.21iffl.26; No. 3 spring. fl.OOH! .21 ;
No. $ spring. il.23"l.$0; No. 2 durum. I1.22H
ffl.2S: No. 3 durum. $1.2101.22; sample,
$1.01iffl.l4. Torn: No. 2 white, KR(f!'.c ; No.
4 white. No. 6 wh'te M4T7c:
No. 6 white, 6TtW:Hc; No. 3 yellow. tM,fli
M4c; No. 4 yellow. R?-nHc: No. 6 vel
low, KSVipG'Wo: No. 6 vellow, fiKiiKp; S'o.
$ mixed. 70ifi7le: No. 4 mixed. S7s.':
No. 6 mlved. a440; fj0i mixed. ta
3c; sample. 40T4'ic. Oats: No. ! while.
6uiO,e: standard, 60Ka0V-; No. 3
white, 4,rnVV; No. 4 white. 4rwiliU,..
Barley: Msltlng, 70ifr76e: No. 1 feed. 0c0
S7c. Rye: No. 2, 96X(h97c; No. 3, 0bfi9u.c.
Chicago closing prices, furnished Ths
Bee by Logsn A Brvan. stock and grain
brokers, 316 South 1lh St.. Omaha:
Close. I Yes y.
i sBVii imit:
io 78-anj io so
U 16-30 n to
CHICAGO GRAIPT AND mOVtBIOXI
Features of tka Tradlasj aael C'loalaf
Irlcea oa Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Jsn. 28. Assertions that ex
porters were taking back wheat from
foreigners and were selling futures
caused a material sag today In prices
here notwithstanding that previously the
market had scored an advanoe. The close
was heavy, Vg;VaO net lower, with May
at $1.3&uM.&V and July, 31.20. Corn
wouna up 'vo 10 nigner, oats a shade to
MiO down and provisions unchanged to a
decline of 10&12HO.
It was estimated that 1.600,(410 bushels
of wheat In cash and futures were thrjwn
nacKwara today t foreigners and ex-
iorters. some of the holdings thus un
loosed were sold to consist of spring
wheat of high grade. Bears weie quick
to seise the advantage and were able to
force ths market almoat continuously
downward after the descent had once be
gun, as eariy support had been baaed to
a large extent on tha assumed likelihood
of increased export demand.
Snow and sleet predicted for the entire
domestlo wheat belt was taken to Ind cate
mat receipts wouia remain small ror sev
eral days. The effect was adverse to the
bears In the early trading, but tha tnrin.
ence was aiiersaros lost sight of,
uorn rose 10 a new nigh price record
for Uils season. Rumors were current
that the British government had knu.ki
$.000,000 bushels or more.
Oata responded to the corn strength,
but tha downturn In wheat led to realis
ing sales. Cash deraard was low.
Provisions closed weak, owing to sel'lng
by packers and foreigners. An advance
In the price of hogs lifted the market
early, but did not serve as a lasting prop.
Cash prices: Wheat: No. 2 red, 31 JWiT:
No. 3 red. 31.27Ai1.84: No. h.rll 11 ail,
m.M; No. 3 hard. $1.3I',W.83. Corn:
No. 2 yellow, nominal; No. 4 vellow, 7l'
f7Sc; No. 4 white. 7f4ifi7fi!. Oats: No 3
white, 61VrM,2'ic; standard, Vf.t-i,c. Rye
No. 2. Sl.lHwKMH. Barley: egflglc. Seels'
Timothy: $i.6o07 6a. Clover: $10.0X1
13.50. Provisions: Pork SIR 4v?r0 o i .rH.
$10.G0t! Fi a. Ribs: $10.WV(f 10,77.
BtXiS Higher; receipts, 4.2W esses'
firsts. aiVvitoVo; ordinary firsts 77 Urn.
27c; at mark, cases Included. 2WJPic,
POCLTRr Alive, lower: fowls l.Wrff
l&c: springs, 16c.
BUTT Kit Lower; creamery. 23f?rtOc.
POTATOES Lower: M'chlssn Wlnonn.
sin. Minnesota and Dakota whites. Vlcui
$1.00; Minnesota and Dakota Ohius, o.'.t('.c.
Kaasas City Grata a4 Provlaloas.
WHEAT No. 3 hard. fl.2M71.X2; No 2
red. S1.aVyai.3S; May. fl.Wt,; July. fl.25t.
CORN-No. 2 mixed, 72c; No 2 white
72Hj7V; No. 3 yellow. 7S7J'-4e; May. 76c;
OATS-No. 2 white, 6?JfJ4c; No. J mlxd,
BI'TTER Creamery. 31c; firsts, :.-;
seconds, 27e; iacking, 19c.
HOGS Firsts, t'ic; seconds. 20c.
POULTRY - Hens, 13c; turkeys ISc;
Evaporated Apples aael Dried Frails
NEW YORK, Jan. 28. EVA PORATED
APPLES Dull; fancy, t'gVc. choice
7''37,e: prime, 'fi".'4c.
DRIED KRflTS-Prunes Irreaular:
Csllfomlss, 411'ac; Oregon, 7VfiVc. Ap-
ric.ia. nrin; cnoice. lostc; extrs choice,
lKHllt,c: fancy. LMf lZc. Peaches, firm;
choice, extra choice, 6Vjc; fanev. Vq,
Ralnlns, steady; loose muscatels, 71fr714o;
choice to fsncy seeded. ?1.'n7Vc; seedless'
Mlaeapoll aUralst Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Jsn. 28. WIIKAT
May. $1MV July. $1.3lH; cah. No 1
hard, 31.4074; No. 1 northern. $l.i.4T1.37V
No. 2 niHrthern. II Sn'Afll.StV
ha Ki.r.r Jj77c.
RTK SiST'ogl 00.
CORN No. 3 vellow. T7U4T7X,'.
OATS No. 3 white. 4GWC.
FLAX SEEP-Si SiaH So.
St. Loot Oral a Market.
ST. LOTHS. Jan. 23 WlfEAT No. 2
red. $l 4li1.4t; No. 2 hard, nominal;
Mav. $l.3lS; Julv. $1 23'i.
r-ORN-No. 2. 74Tya-7Sc;fo. t wtifte. 75
TfiHc: May. TH'tc: July. 7ic.
OATS No. 2. 61Vc, No. white, nom
inal. Wanted fome Wants-Ads in exchsng
for lots of snawers. I'hone The: Bee.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Light and Trade it
Steady to Stronger Sheep
Slow to Soma Lower.
H008 MAKE A NEW HIGH JUMP
Official Tuesdav ...
Official Thursday ..
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
. 3 .63
Five davs this week...ST7
Ssme rtas Inst week. .SI.M7
ame days 3 weeks sg 2.2"J
Same days 3 weeks ago .ZX
Same days 4 weeks ago 1 0T7
Hsma rl v I... n nta
The following taMe 'shows tns reciP'
of cattle, hogs and sheep at tia Omaha
1 ii a . T r M. flats
as mriTrLrimr1! ,0.r.tb.,. a'W
.-...i- ..'' Jl JJi. ..
Ha V-l n-Ta iV7
Sheen VwJ ?TvS ... 20.x
The following table shows the average
prices of hogs at the Omaha live stock
market for the last few days, with com-
. I'ste. 1 lm. iii6.il4.M13.limi lPu.'i':
Receipts snd disposition of live stock
at the fnlon Stock yarda, Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. m, yes
Cattle.llugs.Sheep.il r a.
C, M. ft Ft. T 1 3
I nlon Paclflo 4 23 33 2
C. N. W.. east.... 1 S
N. W.. west... 7
C, St. P., M. O.. .. 7
t ., ht. U . essl. .. I i .. ..
C, H. A g., west.... 14 23 t ..
('., It, 1. P., east.. 4 3
I . K. I. P., west. 4 11..
Illinois Central 1 1
Chicago Uu West...
Total receipts.... 33 131 12 I
Cattle. Bom. Sheep.
Morris A Co 193 2.02 V
Swift and Company m 2.013 2,4-n
Cudahy Packing Co 1 1,X9 9-
Armour at t o ii 711 i,47
Schwarts C 344
J. W. Murphy 2.1M
Uncoln Pack Co I
W. H. Van Sant CO 3
Huston A Co 2S
J. B. Root Co S
F. U. Kellogg 36
Sullivan Bros 34
Rothschild 6V Krebs S3
John Harvey 17
Jensen A L.ungren 1
(Other buyers 90
Totsls 1,074 3.411 6.613
CATTLE As usual on a Friday iecs p. a
this morning were very light, only thirty
three curs being reported in. for tne
week receipts amount to 2f.!37 head, ths
llgntest since four weeks ago, but heavier
than a year ago by 6.UJ0 head.
The demand for a Friday was good and
practically all kinds of oaitle were steady
10 stronger than yesterday, lt Is safe
to say that the market on killing stock is
now not over luurioo lower than last
week's close, while feeders are fully steauy
11 not stronger thai a week ago.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, $7.7&$4l.60; fair to good beeves,
37.t6Q7.76; common to fair beeves, 34. 3..
7.26; good to choice, heifers, V4.i6o.7o;
good to choice tows, $4.0urj4.60; fair to
good cows, $3.26iaS.0O; common to fair
cows, $4.00it6.J6; good to choice feeders,
$A.6i'u7.ti6; fair to good feeders, $4.4otji.lu:
common to fair feeders, $8.UB.4o; good
to choice Blockers. $7.007.66; fair to good
etockers, $.&Mj7.00; common to fair Block
ers, 6.tOw4.; stock heiiers, 6.764.7i:
slock cows, $4.oHj.36: stock calves, $o.W
&7.60; veal calves, $7.M.7l; bulls, stags,
etc., 35.0010$. 40.
Ne A. r-r. ate. A. Sr.
4 4U SI 04 4 Ill N U
11 Sts) 4 70 3 Hi I 74
It I4 1 0 I Sm4 t IS
4 Ml T 14 39 ls4 7 44
BTEFRR AND H BITERS.
S3 M IM
4 14 II 3 134 4 tl
11a I OS 1
1W 3 SJ
urn 4 si
Iiu4 4 14
7 Shi I M
I ON 6 74 4
t 1HI I 14
1 4a I 60 4
1 71 I aa 3
I Ml 4 10 S
1 1444 4 74 1
I...., 17SU I M 1
.1 ) I SO 1
I M tW
7 MT 4 M 4
1 M0 T II 3
... 1m 4 n
... Til 4 34
...III I M
...Us 4 00
..414 S Tl
1 ISO Oa
STOCK ERS AND FEEDERS.
I ill II 4 Til 4 I
n i4 1 m u us 1 11
ll IM 4 M T Tu 00
nil So 1 Sae 1 00
T 011 T M 14 M 7
HOOK Receipts were vary liberal this
(mornin, ja-i irvan cara uatms iwih
in. rniA urings ms ioisi tor ins iia
davs this week up to 36.871 head, which
is 14,ono head smaller than last week, but
19,0110 head larger than a year ago.
The market opened active and fully 16e
Mtt-her. with here and there sales that
were possibly 30c higher. Some of the
packers were holding bsck. however, and
lati-r on when the more urgent orders
were filled thev tried to besr the mar
ket, with the result thst It closed with
part of tha early advance lost.
1 12 'a
.. T 14
40 7 4
.. 7 47S
.. T an
40 7 M
.. 7 44
W H .. 4 4 it 41 ... 4 64
SHKK1' As wss the ease a week ago
today, supplies were large for s Friday.
some thlity-lwo cara. or 7.600 head.
showing up. The week's supply totals
only r.m head, being 20,000 short of last
week. 1 1.' smaller than two weeks ago,
still s falling off of 13,000 as compared
wuli tha same days last year.
The number of rara on sale wss the
loiai'si of any day this week, the supply
sppearlng too burdensome for the clos-
ii.s dav of a wreg or ucn Dear is It mar
kets. Backers talked sharply lower right
from the outset, bids mane on Iambi on
esrlv rounds being aa much as a quarter
lower, and aa sellers thought they were
sakina too large a concession, practically
nothing was dune d 'it ing the early part
of lie forenoon.
When sellers finally began to cut loose
prices showed little or no Improvement
over esrlv bids, and sales made up to
noon looked generally l.Vtrv&c below yes
terday, lt took a real goon Kind or Mex
ican lambs to bring $10.36. and the bulk
sold at 310.25 and under. Parkers were
not trying very hard to buy soma of tha
last stuff, and several loads were still
unaolrl at mldllay.
Muttons were in good supply and showed
sbout the sains reduction as lamhe. be
ing l&iti'c below yesterday. Several
bunches of good ews brought n.ii. Year
lings were bumped a quarter, although
ih.ta were only a few of them here. It
took a good sort of handywelghts to
. a J . . ..... W t.t V V. .
There was not much of anything on
ii r.aitar order orterea.
uuotatlons on sheep and lambs: Lambs.
arood to choice, $10. 3mS 10.36; lambs, fair
good, $l rtaffl0.i; lambs, clipped. 6 600
16; yearlings. ood to choice light, $t.76
ft. 10: year lns. fair to choice heavy, $7.7$
ma iVil wethrra. lair to rnoite. 14 7(.&7A0:
eaea. good to ch'lce, $7 .16; awes,
I - i 2 u..t x 1. t .r- x rs .ti m vui a y. live rteer Biaari I Mkia Mi: yur im atM.rai
.lav )3. t ." 4t Ml T ) y J Jl S . Jf 7i t a na t Mra i avnyr 1 "hares. notably Mexican
Jan. 14. o s; $ oi T M j T M Tpi" '?? " "iT. 'L":,.. ',vi:. rVZ relroleum. the motor coppers and a few
Jan. 17 ik t or f V 1 J m j iii Hia.Rmrta.lnta l am I,..- m.rk.- I mntributed moderately to the forward
Jan. is. 714 (Ttl T M 0t 7 7 t M L HoG9-Roelpts. ,,$ MO head: marks, jn.n, w, . . n , . . h .
K.I It'l a TO i i III l t z i . . . . . in nut r nftftfl At itia nniih.nui
361 Jan. 13. T KS T t 1 t J ,,f "gJL.' :VZZ 1 "'on. Eries and fnloa Paolflo weri
... Jan. 30. trv, J $Kl H ! 5? a ii ?. a io ' 7TW,M1 ot kY- f-W.lhe conspicuous shares of the rsllwsy
... Jan. 21. 7 01 (6 $2! 3 $7 t t7 3 M J,10 ijittR.R.in,. a, "". w; Canadian Psclflc. St. Fkvuf.
S Jsn. yx. 7 l4 I M I II I 11 I W I 3 33 BIlbBr AND MM rw KeoellHa. soo i ij.-ji,,- .-j Mnrik.n. r -ifi,, .J
8 Jan a i s s "1 T T M' 7 M l'": maket steady; yearling wethers, j vflrm it IaUiJ
MUsS: 24 im V1 ri 111 6WI7I t4f.-.; lambs. Se.OOtflO.; ., K3, I'J1' f,rm mi vro advances of a
j.n I S. J ! . - T.W I Si T 46 7 J . I'Hces underwent downward revision ,
J,"n- 1 "' M tl . .. i S? I 3 li , , A the final hour, tha decline Ming led by
J.'n' 2 ' J l1,7, T. " 'r " Market. Nw Haven, which broke 34 to t. while
Jan. 28. 7 64j boj $W 7 31, I 7 i aJM ptoiTX CITT. Jan. 23. 4TATTLR Re ww of tha other rail", as well as In-
to good. g.WIi w
No. Av. Pr.
14 fed feeder lambs 3 4
343 fed lambs M 10
247 fed lambs SO 14
2T fed lambs 61 10
ia fed lamhs sit 10
r.K fed Ismbs 63 10
CHICAGO LITE TOCK MAHKICT
CHICAGO, Jan. 2. CATTLE Receipts,
l.ow hesd; market weak; native beef
steers, 3rt.J0lis.7O; western steers, $Sodl
16; cows and heifers, $j.WJ.30; calves.
lKiUH-Recelpts, M.Onft head; market
' week at 16c to V advanee; bulk of sales.
$7Mtr7HO; light. $7"t7.0; mixed. $K0"tf
i ft Oil' t7CAtt.Bk- m..K n Rfltim St.'
pis s 7J.'in. '
i sillSHl' AND IAMrt-Iteeeipts, smo
head; market weak; wethers. $;.J643g.00;
ewes. liUlR.tt; Ismbs. $n. Jfvji 10.75.
. ., . buying figured In the Improvement was at
Hattaaa 4 Ity Live sleek Market. bt a matter of debet or conjecture.
KANSAS C1TT. Mo , Jan. 2. CATTLK but the Inquiry for Investment Issues sug-
Receipts, 100 head; market steady : I gested change of speculative sentiment,
prime fed steer. $VZ6Tf. 76; dressed beef I War shares, particularly Crucible Steel,
steers, $g 7R4J6; western. 6 34J 40; ; JAckawanna Steel, Baldwin and Amert
stockers and feeders, pi U'if7.R.'.; bulls, $i.iM an Locomotives, Westlnghouse, General
tia.M' calves, $.6tjl0 6O. Electric and American Can led the rlaa.
runt itecelpts, s.pij head; market
nigner nuig, i 4.viri mi neavy, ii.(Mf(.P
packers and butchers. light.
hHEEl AND lAMHSReeepts. (K
head: market steady; lambs. $10 OH 10 SO:
yearllnss. 3i r-v.r.2&; wethers. $7.26 fx);
. at. t.nala Live Stock Market.
I nx. IIMS, Mo.. Jan. 2. CATTLE
I Receipts, BOO hesd; market unsettled; na-
ceipts. 600 head: market 10o higher; n
me sieera. o.b's. is; oiucners, m.ntia.ij;
bulls, stsgs. etc., $K.2Mii.0O.
1 ItMlS-Receipts, 4,000 head; market )0f
TOc higher; heavy, 7.i7.7; mixed. $7.4i)
lt7.66; light, $7.1.fj..40; bulk of sales. $7.40
SHEEP AND LAMBS-IUcelPts. 1.6O0
head; market steady; ewes, $'.0ttff7.0t);
St. Joeeph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Jan. 23, CATTLE Rs.
eelpts. 600 hsad; market steady; steers,
$7.orififl.; cows and heifers, 34.264iS.78;
HOtrS Receipts. . $.300 head; market 10
higher; top, $T.30, bulk of sales, $7.46
SHEEP AND LAMB! Receipts, $.W
head; market steady; lambs, $l0.0oifr'l0.M;
StMk $ Sight.
Receipts of llvs stock at tha five prin
cipal western markets r
Cattle. lings. Sheep.
. .3,600 61,700 20,300
NEW YORK. Jan. S3 mrVVVThm
market for coffee futures was less active
today, but prices ruled steadier on re
ports of continued difficulties In the mat
ter of Importations snd In sympathy
with steady Braslllsn tnsrkets. The mar
ket opened at an advance of two to six
points, with prices later Improving on a
moderate demand, In the absence of any
aggressive pressure. May contracts sold
up 10 7.sc, ana September to 7.61a, with
the market closing at a net advance of
five to eight points. Sales were 17,7(1
bags. February, 7 2So; March, 7. He;
April. 7.32a; May, .3bc; June, 7.3flc; July,
t aSl! Allvil.l 7 AHt. fi.nl.Mlui. 9 j.B:
October, 7.67c: November, 7 S2o; Decem-
ner, 1. mo. rpoi, quiet: mo. 7S, l"o;
Santos, 4s. c. Cost and freight offers
were delayed, but one offer of Santos
4a wss In the market at Sc. based on
English credits for shtnment within
days. The official rabies reported no
change in mllrles prices, with Rio ex
Changs on London 1-8M lower. Rraslllan
port receipts. 36,000 bags; Jundlahy, 17,000
bags. . ,
, NEW TORK. Jan. 23. STTQA R Ra w,
firm; centrifugal, 4.77o; colasses. 4oi re
fined,' firm. Futures were more active
today and prices v. ere higher on scattered
covering and buvlng. At noon prices were
4 to S points higher.
New York Stoaay Market,
NEW YORK, Jan. 2. MERCANTILE;
PAPP:R stjr-4 rmr cent
STERLING loXCHANOPJ Sixty -day
bills. $4 71; demand, $4.73-19; cables'
SILVER Bar, 67Vte; Mexican dollare,
BONDS Government, steady; railroad.
TIME LOANS Easy; sixty and nmety
days, 2V6f2 per oent; slg months, 2VA1
CALL MONET Easier J high, 14 per
cent; low, per cent; ruling rate. 14.
per rent: last loan. 1 per rent; closing
bid. m per cent; offered at 1 per eent.
Closing quotations on bonds looey were
ss follows: ,
C. t. rat. la. rag.... M. Pas, . h 4S
4a aoaixa M ft. T. c. Oak. 4s.. ..Ilia.
V. B. la. rag 1..10tN. Y. lttr 4H. MhZ
4s omiooa lti ff. y. Miala 4a...,iu
IT. B. 4 rag 10041 N. Y . N. H. a H.
4e asssas 11 sv. 4a H&14
Paaama 4a taoa. .lOitiNa. yaoitls 4s 4
Am. gaaaltar 4s Ills ss la (.
A. T. T. s. .V4S..11SH.O. g. u eaf. M IV
Aimaar Oa. 4t.. HHria. T. A T. Is... lwa
Atehlana am. 4a.... Xapana. roe. 4te peu
Pal. Otala 4a 4o ran. 4 Ha ne
ra. raolflo IM ar'aiKaaOlBS tn. 4s gv
ctwa. Ohle 4Sa... MHt. f. A g. P. r 4a a.4
C, B. A Q. I. 4a i.taea. Psa. sv. 4s IJ',
CUtl P S 4UjS..I'i 4o rat. a not,
O. R. . f. t. 4s. strain. Rsllvar as IM
C. A S. raf. 4a.... lSl)ntaa Paain 4a.... n
H a R. O. rat. aa . Ho ct. 4a lt
Brl s 4a TMS4'. Pa Khar )ro
0B. Elaetrlo 6s lm V. a Staai u 1M
Ot. Na. 1st 44a M'4Wabasa 1st 4s m
111. Pan raf. 4a..... KlVWaat. t'nloa 4ta.... 14
K. C eo. raf. aa.... NuM. Btsa. e. Is.. 14
LAN. ubI. 4a Aosla-rraaoh Is .... tl
sf K. A T. 1st 4s.. 7IH
L.esw.fc.'l.l.'A.. iviai,.",i .
.. 600 4,000
.. ion 3.100
.. $00 $.600
. i! '..'I, j -. " S.
L. Rentfrow, Progressive Hotel Man
Ho is spending money lavishly to remodel the hostelry
and will place its name among the most popular in Omaha
the Fame as he has the Windsor Hotel, of which he is also
The Millard for Years Has Been
The hotel favored by a large patronage from traveling
men, stockmen and theatrical people.
"HONESTY, CLEANLINESS, SERVICE"
la the motto of the Millard Hotel management a hostelry where
a man can bring his family and lire In comfort while ahopplng or
visiting In Omaha.
Mill ADn UATCI 13th and Doiichs
lYlIaLiljmUS nUlaLiJL Phone Don. 924
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Sharet fiegitter General but Very
Irregular Reoreriet at ,
AMERICAN CAN LEADS RISE
NEW TORK. Jan. 23. Stocks registered
general, bnt very Irrsgulsr recoveries to
.ay from their declines of the preceding
days of the week. To what extent the
'covering of short contracts or Investment
rucinte was the most active feature of
me session. Trading In thst stock
eeedlng the dealings In I'nlted States
Pteel. The rise In the munitions grourt
was regarded as a logical result of the
j president's plea for home defense, but
Crucible s unwonted activity on Its ex-
Ircme advanoe of g points to 7H revived
rumors associating tna company with
Bethlehem was dull, hut strong, ad
'sn.'lng 10 points to 470. and fnited states
nteei after some early uncertainty rose
dustrlals and metals forfeited much or
all of their advantage. Tha unsetllement
was accompanied by reports from Wash
nlgton deemed to be of a disquieting
character. Total sales of stocks amounted
lo mvio Shares,
Bond were mainly stead v on narrow
dealings. Total salsa, par value, $4,210,000.
I nlted Statea bonds were unchanared an
Number of sales and leading a notations
6n stocks today were as follows:
galas. Hlth. Ixi. Claa.
Ateaas. rtoM ..
Asiarlras Bt B
A sua neA
Ainarlran Loeesaetlre ....
A star ha a g. a R
Am. a a R. r'4
Am. Sucar Haflalns
American Tal. A Tal
Anamida Copeer ,
Ttal4ls Lonnmotlve ...
Dalllmnre a Ohio...
prnolilya Rapid Tr
ralllnrnla ratmlaum ....
Ciwaasaalia a Obis
rtitrasrt O. W
niltavse, M. a St. f....
rnirai, a if. w
Cllra, R. I. a P. TlT..
Colorado Pual Iraa....
rwsrar a It. V fM
piailliars' ascurllla ....
Oraat Na. Ora rtfa
tntarhorouan Cno. Cor.,
Kansas CKr gauthara...,
iMHartlla rtaakvllle. .,
Mlaaeurl. K. T. fd..,
New Vnrk Osotntl
N. Y . N. H. A K
Knrfalk a Wasters
Pacltta Mali ,
Psoitis Tal. a Tal
Pvilmsa palana (s7
m ii itTiA
too so m
34.7IO ltSI4 1S7Mj
4. SOB 17s
I.4S I31S IMS
4.10 41 i 44 S
I. B 4614 44
1.300 li H let i, int4
1.4n I ri 17
l.BM II 11 U
sue lti 4 i
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la") ht lis it1,
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gmithara ft 1 1 way .......
Mu4erxer I'aanseaf ...
t'slaa faeirie .,
4'nlne Paetfla f4
t'nlta States t
V. S. Stsal Bfd
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l,n 7S ro'4
Wnatinatumsa axsetrle ..
Montana Paar .........
ti,o i mi
Wahaah B M
International Marina pf. St ion IIS S
Total salas fnr tka 4r. a5 so tkafes.
Loadoo etoelf Market.
VCYHVOS. Jan. 2S. American saenrtttes
on the stock market declined In sympathy
with New Tork. The treasury reduced
buvlng rrioes for the securities.
SILVKR Bsr. n4d per ounce.
PlTlCOOTRTFS-rshort hlltg and
three months. 6S44tOU per cent
OMAHA. Jan. 2B.-Pan1r c lea rings for
Omsha today ware $3,640.61)1.62, end for the
corresponding day last year $3. iM, 156.21.
Oawaka Hay Market.
OMAHA. Jan. ST. PRAIRTB HAT
Oiolce upland. S10 notio.60; Mo. 1, SS.OOtS
10 00; No. 3. $S.0irie.0O; No. 3, $vTa,.oo.
Choee midland. $.6oyl0 00i No. 3. 3 V?
3 60; No. 3. $7.0(sJra.O; No. 3, $6.0mfM .
Choice lowland. $o.00: No. 1. S.0um.W;
No 3. $4 OOflg.00; No. S. S4.0tfM 08.
STRAW Choice wheat, SS.soiSe.O0; choice
oat or ry, $4.oi?tl.60.
A LFA LFA Choice. $1$ BVfll.oS; Ks. 1.
r$ O04H3.60; No, I. $.0OCll.O0; No. i roo
Liverpool Oravla Markat.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. WirEAT Spot,
No. 1 Manitoba. 14a 7d: No. 3, Mg lVrd;
No. $ hard wlnUr. new, 13 id; No. 1
northern, Duluth, 14s 3Hd.
Business on the Increase
Patrons Good Boosters
L. Rentfrow, the new
manager of the Hotel Mil
lard, paid: Business is
increasing ; I am very
well satisfied with my new
hostelry and the best of
it all is ray patrons are
.boosting the place and
sending their friends and
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