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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEB: SEPTEMBER 8, 1916.
.FARM AND RANCH LANDS
ONLY $150 PER ACRE.
This it on of th eholcast piece of
Ist.d in th county. Every foot la capabl
or cultivation, Th improvement comui
of aood thr-rooni house: rood barn and
other outbuildings. Farm is all fsnod anil
r row-fenced, nart of It hog tight. Loca
tion Is only about on-half tell weat of
'ha McQe ranch. Surrounding rarms ara
hi-.d at from 1171.80 to 1200.00 par aer.
We regard thlo by far th boat I acre
within reditu of ten ml lea. All clear,
hut the owner will carry back on half
i ho purchaae prlca If desired.
Tvlsr 163$. Rose Bldg,, th and Farnam
ISO acre, fin bottom farm. 4 mile
frnm fdr RanldS. Nb. i mil n
..tirade; known as. the Oak lay farm;
i mIbp rivF nud ana corner of Viae!
I (-client for atock or general farming; all
trnfrf; moderate tmDrovements,
The above will b aold at auction en
Hi place Wednesday. September 19, lilt,
ai 3 p. m. Term, 11,000 on day of sals;
$8,000 to be carried on. the place at tt
or oent: balance to be paid by January
1. HIT. Possession win o given Marcn i
For further particular addreaa Dollarhld
AKIlbourn, Auctioneers, Wolbacn, Nab,
1 WESTERN NEBRASKA
Land $10 to $20 per acre, whar ilk
land in tne same towns mp nave paid
for themselves every year for several
year by single crops of wheat. Let
me tell you about it Kimball, Banner
i and Cheyenne counties.
HKOROE G. WALLACE, 314 Kesilne Bldg.
WITHIN SIGHT OMAHA'S -SMOKE
A rolling -farm, more than half till
able, good sell, balance An pasture with
timber; fair buildings; near three R. R.
station. Only . $40 par aer. Nothing
so cheap on the market
GEORGE G. WALLACE,
614 Recline Bldg.
ISO AND 10-ACRB! Johnaon county, N.b.,
(arm.; wall ImproYeA. A bargain la Im
proved 10 la Sarpy Co.
. - STEWART, , '
' lit S. I7tta. ''
to ACRES 1 mllea waat on Pacific In Una
of movement, SO aoraa alfalfa. Waat of
Arwood and north of Loveland farm..
Price. $100 an aore. Want offer.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO,
Pom, 71. 1011 Omaha Wat. Bank Bldf.
DOUGLAS COUNTT 160 ACRES
4 miles wast of Irvlngton, fair impi-qy-menta,
rolling land. Offered to close up
estate, $180 aa aer.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO., .
- Dour Ii71t m Qmn Nt- Bnk Bldr
FINB Brown county, Nebraska, ranch to
trad for good luxr-ber yard or Hardware,
or both combined; fine water; grass and
hay: extra a-ood Improvement: well
stocked with cattle, horses and machinery.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
LAND NEAR OMAHA FOR SALE.
Stltt A., very choice land, just N. W.
Benson. Belongs to bank. -Must sell. A
bargain. See me for price and terms. ,
J. A. ABBOTT, 4 Patterson B!k., City.
FOft SALE 480 acres Improved land In
Garrnid county, NebrasKa. race ana
terms right. Address Box 211, Broken
LARGEST DEALERS IN
WEST OF CHICAGO
lloilna Dreadnought tourlot. late
model, run very little, to bo aold
amcneii six touring, electrteally
equipped, tnechanlcally Derfoot.
very good looking car. eecrlSce at 111!
. en Touring, very claaay car,
o,x i uunn,, nice n.w, new
tlrea, very quiet and aiceptlonally
..... innai, vary late model, prac
Overland Touring, new Urea all
arouno. thoroughly ovorhaolad. . ITI
ww"a xounnv. late modal, ran Terr
little, bli bargain at 171
Detroit. r Touring, light car, aioellent
9 condition ,
.National Roadater, very claaay, newly
painted. new tlrea, thoroughly
overhauled; thlo car la exceptionally
fact, and muat be aacrlflcod thla
Bulck Roadater b-10, perfect condition
Feerleea llmouolne, original coat 17,00,
to be aaorlflced ,
Overland Touring, aleetrtoally equip,
pad, food ehap. , , , no
Overland Tourlnr. run vary little 110
Cola Tourlnv, lata model, excellent
Apperaon Touring, late model, run
- vary little, tip-top ahapa 100
Chalmera Tourlnv, fully equipped,
now tlrea , too
Pierce Arrow Touring, Modal Six Thirty-Six;
thla car ha, been very wall
taken oara of and will be aold at a
Peerleaa atx-cyltnder tonrlnv, lata
model, htgh-rlaee car too
Stoddard Dayton Tourlnv. aeven-paa--
aanver. vary htvh-powered ear, In
exoellent condition, at. ISO
Locomobile Tourlnv, vary good condi
tion throufhout no
Ohio Six Tourlnv. llli model, like
WB CANNOT HBLP BUT STATU
THAT TOU WILI. NOT RBALIZB ANT
DIFFICULTT IN SBLBCTINO A CAR
FROM A LIST LIKE THE ONE AP
PEARING ABOVB. TOTJ WILL NO.
TICB THAT IT COMPRISES SEVEN
TEEN DIFFERENT MAKES OF CARS,
RANOINO IN PRICES FROM TWO HUN
DRED DOLLARS AND UP, AND IN
STTLES FROM SPEEDSTERS TO LIM
OUSINES. A VISIT TO OUR SHOW
ROOMS WILL PROVE TO VOU THE
WONDERFUL VALUES WE ARB OF
FERING IN CARS THIS WEEK.
9301 Farnam St, Tel. D. $S16.
Caryl H. Sera user. Hogy Bernstein.
Open Sunday. Open Evening.
Big Demand for Grain of All
Kindt and General Ad
v vanoe" in Prioei.
WHEAT PSIOES MOTE UP
1 ear, ll.M 1 oar, I1.4U 1 car.
Ne. It t oara,
Rro No. I; t oar, 11.1.
FKiayM i-a car, fl.ll.
Barley No. tl I oara, Mo.
Corn Na. I while: I oar, 7IV)o. No. I
white! I oara. TIHal 1 car. TOO. No. white.
1 car. lotto. Ne. I whltel Itt oara, 71a
Sample whltat oar, TOa, No. t yellow: I
oara, 00c. No, I yellowt I oara, 7OS.0. No.
0 y.llowl 1 oar, 70Ho. ,w. I mixed: I oara,
T'Hc No. I mixed: t oar, 70Ho: I oara.
TOo: I oar, IOujo, Ne, 0 mixedl 1 oar,
Oata Standard : I oara, 41 Ho. No. S
whltoi 10 oara, tle. No. 4 white: 0 oata.
43HC Sample white: I oara, 41c; 1 car.
Omaha Caeh Pricee Wheat : Ne. t hard,
0I.41O1.40; Na, 1 hard, 01.0f 1.44; No.
hard, 11. It 1.44: No. I aprlna. 11.1)01 41
mora active today and the fact ttat ll "i "1.1"'' 4ur.u.1?'
, t t, . ,, . Corn: No. I white "0H CTIUu; No.
Hke will probably be peacefully eat-1 white, rotJllHc: No. 1 white, TiH7
FARM for sal by owner; cholo 820-acr
farm; N. B. Neb.; fins lmprovemanta;
terms to suit. Address T. sal Bee,
NEBRASKA farms, all parts of a tat; prices
iiq to 160 per. acre, vy, x. smith uu,
914 City National Bnk Bldg. Doug. 2111.
160 ACRES, fine, level, well located, 17,000
Improvements. J. Gibbons, Elkhorn, Neb.
New Mexico Land.
BARGAINS in producing deeded lands In
New Mexico. Inquire at ones of John N.
Ksrn, U, 8. Commissioner. Des Moines,
Jfew Mexico. j - -
Wisconsin Lands. ,
UPPER WISCONSIN Best dairy and gen
oral crop stat In the union. Settlers
wanted; lands for sate at low prices n
easy terms; excellent land! for atoctt
raising. . Ask for booklet ii on Wisconsin
Central Land Grant; stat acres wanted.
If interested In fruit land, ask for book
let on Apple Orchards. Address Land Conw
mlsslonw Boo Railway, Minneapolis. Minn.
QBT Uteratuf and maps tt the cheapest
good land In United States, v
BAKER A TILLOTHON, ,
Uth and Uouglas St.. Omaha. Doug. 11 tl.
South Dakota Lands.
DAIRT FOR SALE Two miles from town,
gOO acres deeded land, 41 cows, . 20 horsea,
milking machine, cream separator, wagons,
farm machinery, auto delivery truck.
First class, trade. Must sell because owner
is with militia on Mexican border. Write,
-lts TJ . 1. T-. I .. tr-, ale.a QailOk ramlr
VVHI SrUUli a-TUll y , nut PUiui5i atax.a.
MAKE FARM VALUES JUMP
Bumper wheat cropa and favorable live
lock conditions create wide demand for
Nebraska and Colorado lands; send for
southwestern Nebraika folder, just off the
press, brim full of facts and figures about
crops which, In proportion to land values,
are tafular bonanxas; If you desire land
along the Burlington, including the gov
ernment Irrigated homesteads, Big Horn
basin, Wyoming, that are almost a gift,
writs ms at once, before the settlers'
activity which ts bound to follow these
bumper crops on cheap lands, gets under
way. S. B. Howard, Immigration Agent,
C, S. Q. R. R-o Room 4 t Bldg.,
IIS S. 14th. D , 44(1. f '
For sal, Intsrstata chassis, perfect
condition; make fine speedster; 16s.v .
Apperson chassis, vry fast and pew -'
irful, $170. . c
.- Midland speedster, very raliabls, $111.
. R. C. Hupp Touring car, On looker,';
electrlo lights, demountabl rim.. 1st
model, $116. , .
, ' Ws buy old cars and sail tht parts.
Parts for Apperson 1909 ' and .1111'
Inters tut Carter car, Midland. tc
AT YOUR PRIGK.-;. f;
0116 Willys Knight; emoBt"ni' 'r
111 Overland Six -54 T, almost new. ,
3IU Ovsrland 12 T, slightly used.
1110 Overland 7t roadater, almost now.
ill! Overland 76 touring, almost new.,
1116 Maxwell light five. .
3915 Enger Six Touring, slightly used.
1116 Cote Colonial Ooupe. .
1916 Overland, eheap. -y. v;
J91S Chalmers, ehaap.'"'-' -
3916 Parti n Palmer, elksap," v
1911 Overland, quick for oash'. . 1
Pops Hartford Racer, quhjk . for .cash.
HI Ford, open dellvsry.
1914 Kissel car, Racy Roadster, quick for
Most -of th cars listed hav starters
and electrlo lights. Price from tlAs up,
3047 Farnam St. Doug. mo.
'V Omaha, Sptmr I, 1911
To demand for all kinds at grata was
axcallent today Md thr was a gsnml ad
vance la cash grain quotations. Trading was No. $ spring, ll.tt 91.46; N. I
tisd has hlp4 th oash situation -idrably.
AU grades of wheat sold on a
batter basis than on yesterday, tha- Na. 1
hard Wing quoted a cent higher and the
ramaUlng grade selling at Ho advance.
No. hard sold as high as $1.44, but th
gsoaral ran of samples of this grade aold
around $1.41 H, whlla yesterday's average
was I1.4H4.. Th No. hard wheat sold
at about tha sam prlc as yeetarday and
th No. 4 hard ranted from 13.11 to 11.44.
with th bulk sailing from 11,14 to $l.$l.
Tn ern market wa quoted from 4o to
o higher and th yellow sold at Ho pro-
ml am over the whits and mixed varieties.
Th hotter grades) of oorn war tn good de
mand and only fw oars of low grade
oorn war sold.
Oats were Arm. with nine of Uo an tha
No, I white and He on the No. 4 white.
Th rsoelpts of oats war good and th d-
mand was easily strong enough to take
oar of all tha samples at the prevailing
Rye sold around lo higher and th barley
market was praettoally unobanged, tha wo.
I grades soiling at 9o.
Clearance wra: Wheat and flour, squat
to 709,000 bushsls; corn, 491,000 bushsls
oats, 910,000 ouehala.
Liverpool eloss; wheat, unchanged t
Id lower: oorn. ttaMd lower.
Primary wheat receipt were 1,490,000
bushels and shipments 1,190,000 bushels,
against rvoalpto of 1,441,000 bushels and
shipments f $00,000 bushels last year.
Primary oorn rotpts were 000,000 buah
Is and shipment $49,000 bushsls, against
receipt of $$$,00$ bushels and hlpmsnts
of 161,000 bushels last year.
Frtmarr oata racslpts were 1,019,000 buh
Is and shtpmenu $91,000 bushsls, against
receipts of 1,467,000 bushls and shipments
of 1,010,000 busneis last yoar.
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Some Cattle Higher and Some
Lower for Week Lambs
Under Last Week.
WEEK S HOQS TWENTY OFF
Wheat, Corn. Oata.
Cfateue 14 111 411
Omaha Ill "
St. Loola Ill - 40
Wlnnlpec 101 .-
Thee, aalea ware reported today:
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: 1 oar. 11.44;
1 car, 141tt; 1 car, 11.41. No. I hard
winter: 1 car, $1.41; can, 11.41: 1 oara,
11.44; I oara, 11.41; 11 oara, 11.41(1: 1 car.
11.11. No. I hard winter: I car, 11.4IH;
I car. 01.41: 1 oar. 11.111: 1 car, 11.41; t
care, 11.41: 11 oara, 11.41;! oara. $1.40t:
I oara, oi.o. no. e nara wmi.r. .
11.44: H car, 11.41; I can. 11.11: 1 car,
11.17; 1 oar, 11.I1H; 1 can, 11.11; 1 car.
1.11H: t-t can, il.lt: I can. Il.lt; l
car, 11.11. Sample hard winter: 1 car,
11.10; V, car, 11.11. No. 1 aprlnl: 1 car,
11.40. No. 4 aprlna-: 1-1 car, 11.14. No.
durum: l car ,i.i; t-e car, .....i.-
No. 1 durum: 1 car, ll.im; 1 car, li.ii;
1 oar, 11.17 . No. 4 durum: 1 car, 11.11.
No, 1 mixed durum: 1 car, 11.97. No. I
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
SEND TOUR NAME TODAY. Receive
offers from land owners, agents, ovary-
UNITED REALTT ASSOCIATES,
OREGON -CALIFORNIA grant lands; 1,100,
000 acres timber and agricultural landa;
post yourself immediately for first open
ing, southern Oregon. Anderson Map Co.,
Box 1043, Portland, Ore,
ACRKAUK H to 6-A. tracts on oar line.
Basy terms. C R. Combs. $11 Brandels
Thea. Bldg. Doug. $$16,
FARM LAND WANTED
WANTED To hear from . owner of .good
farm for sale: itats cash price and de
acrlptlon. D. F. Buah. Minneapolis, Minn.
j'ARMS wanted; have 7,000 buyers; de
scribe your unaold property. 110 Farmers'
Exchange, Denver, Colo. '
WANTED To hear from owner of farm or
unimproved land for sals. O, K. Haw
lev, Baldwin, Wis.
WANTED To hear from owner of farm
or fruit ranch for sal. O. O. Maltnon,
Horses Live Stock-Vehicles
WE ARE going to oloss out our sntlr stock
of wagons, teaming gears and harness at
below manufacturers' cost; eom In at
once and see thea bargains; nothing re
eerved. We hav wagons and harness
re suit your particular needs Don't you
think you had better look 7
JOHNSON-DANFORTH CO., ;
1629-$l-l$ North :th St.
FOR SALE Good, gentle horse, buggy and
harnesa, chcp. 269$ Kansas Avs., or
call Colfax 3014.
TEAM wagon and harness for sale.
Feaalnger, Harney 3228.
GOOD milk cow for sals cheap.
MORSES, harness, wagon and surrey. Col
Wagon umbrellas, $1.00. Wagner, $01 N. Uth.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
DOO CROUTONS, new. complete dog food,
makes every dog healthy and strong;
convenient and economical ; sample
free for dealer's name. Dealers wanted.
Crouton Mfg. Co., 111$ Hopkins Cin
money In squabs; our lllui. magatlne
i aches business; edited by Frank H. Hoil
inann; special Urates; 16 months $1;
sample 10c. American Squab Journal,
Dept. O. Warrenton. Mo.
( ) W "is ths proper time for your birds to
had feathers. "Song and Moulting Food,"
lie per bos, ts what he neeck now. nu
-irleler Bird Co,
R SALF Several fine pedigreed Per--in.n
kittens. Phone Harney 1S34. i
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
r'.I.V eyulppd 6-passengnr. 40-horaepower
!1H modtil touring car, like new: a bar
gain. 202 JTowiar.
Fire, Theft and Liability at lowest rate.
KILLT, ELLIS THOMPSON,
911-14 City NatM Bank Bldg. Doug. 3119.
BEFORE you buy look thess can and prloes
over. It will pay you well:
3 Overland .....,,
Met ....... 160
Cadillac hoi 16$
Chevrolet Roadstsr , $60
1916 Indian Motorcycle, good as nw, 176
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
$31$ Farnam. Douglas $$$.
3209 Farnam. Douglas 8110.
Ford Roadstsr $176
Cole Touring 660
Overland Touring 275
Bulrk B 36 Roadster 42S
BEE WAXT-ADS OAINED 19.699 MORE
PAID ADS than any other Omaha news
paper gained In first seven months 111$.
Qood results at lees
cost Is the reaaon why.
LAROE 6-passenger, 40 h. p. Auburn; best
condition; good tlrea. Call for demon
stration. 205 Bromley Bldg. Phone Doug.
FOR SALE 191 light Bulck Six; mechani
cally perfect; run 8,500 mllfH, or will con
tder trado on Ford. Harney 4036.
USED CAR BARGAINS AT
MURPHT-O'BRIEN AUTO CO..
1814-10-18 Farnam St.
WE will trad you a new Ford for your old
IXDrfiTRTAL GARAGE CO.,
20th and Harney. Doug. 6231,
R. C. H. light touring car, late 1914 model.
CROSBTOWN GARAGE. Doug. 4442.
FOR SALE One Ford delivery body
twin motorcycle. 3611 Charles St.
Ford touring car and some cash for 1016
Overland. Ask for Mr. Farrar, 3047 Far
Auto Storage and Garagei.
DON'T throw away old Urea. We mak on
new tire from 2 old ones and save you 60
per cent 3 In 1 Vulcanising Co., 1616 Dav
n po it St., Omaha. Neb. Dougl as 3914.
EXPERT auto repairing, "servlc car al
ways ready." Omaha Oarage, $010 Harney
St. Tylr 6SB.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
1 1 00 reward for magneto wa can't repair.
Colls repaired. Bayadorfer, 210 N. 19th.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service and
prlrnti right. 218 S. 19th Bt. D. 7990.
Auto Tires and Supplies.
$6,000 STOCK of Peiinaylvanla tires, guar
anteed 4.000 -miles, for sale at reduced
prices by Duo Tire Co., 1111 Chicago.
SEE us for bargulna In standard mak,
wxperi tire repairing, zwtebel Bros., 2611
Motorcycles and Bicycles
"ARK YOU GOINO TO THE
NEBRASKA CITY, SUN DAT, SEPT. 10TH.
HARLEr-DAVIDSON MOTO RCYOM2S, " Bar-
gaina in uea maenmta. victor Root., "Ths
jaoiorCdVd Man," 2702 Leavenworth.
Henry Tramp and wife to James
R. Klngaten, v street, sv iev w.i
of Thirty-sixth street, south side,
Harry A. Wolf and Wife to Louis B.
Stin. -Nineteenth street, si met
south of Ohio street, east side, 30
X102 ............ ..i
M. 8. Thomsen and wife to B. H
Lw1s, Thirty -third strt, so jesi
aouth of Pacific street, 90sl07
El nor K. Obe and husband to W.
r. Mace. Grant streat, bib rt
. wst of Twsnty-fourth otreet, south
side, undivided one-sum uiimbi,
4ixi$o ....... .... ; .
Caroline L. . Poppleton trustee, to
lrenaeua Shuler at ai. tony
third street, 43 feet south of Cass
street, east side, 44x100 v,.,..
Caroline' L. Poppleton, . truetee, to
Irenaeus Shuler it n soutnwast
, corner Forty-third and California
street, 40x100 .
Carotin L. Poppleton, trustee. to
Irenaeu Shuler t al,. southwest
icomar Forty-third and Caaa
streets. "- 43x100. ....... .........
H. F. Odell and wife to Georg
Wild t , al, Thlrty-atxth trt
104 feet south of Pacific street, east
James Hutchinson and wife to Lula
N. Jerome, Thirty-first street, 00
feet south of Maple street, west
Peter Henkel and wife to Peter Rem
ku et al. Thirty-first strest, 87
feet south of V street, west side,
Laura M. Richardson and husband to
Mary C. Rtngwalt, southeast corner
Forty-first and Davenport streets,
Gussis R. Palmer and Husband to
Charles L. Smith snd wife, north
east corner Forty-fifth and Boule
vard avonue, 61.6x130 1
Adolph A. Tsnoptr to Frank Mach.
Eleventh street, 102.6 feet south of
Hickory street, west side, 83x182.. 3,000
Elisabeth L. Snyder to Clara Blaeer.
Browne street, (0 feet east of
Twenty-seventh street south side,
Walter L. Belby and wife to John
J. Egan, Ftftlsth street. 100 feet
south of Isard, west side, 60x48.. '2
F. J. MeShane, Jr., aherlff, to Jonas
H. Keith, southeast corner Thirty-second
and Poppleton, 60x140... 3,000
Jonas H. Keith and wife to Peters
Trust company, southeast corner
Thirty-second and ; Poppleton,
Catherine A. Shield to Hastings A
Heyden, Twenty-ninth street, 60
feet north of Spring street, east
side 26x144 1
Anna Tomsu to Joseph J. Tourek et
al. Twelfth street, 222.4 feet north
or Hickory street, east side,
Nora Kelly to James Nesladek.
Twanty-aeventh avenue, 08 feet
south of Capitol avenue, west
Thomas Crelgh and wife et al, to Al
bert I.. Bchants, southweat corner
Twenty-fifth and .Leavenworth
Joseph W. Fischer to Jessie M.
W ears, Webster avenue 162 feel
eait of Twenty-fifth avenue, south
la C. Haller and husband to Ed
mund R. Elliott, Thirty-first street,
98 feet south of Curtis avenue,
west side, 49x121
Fred G. Ettr and wife to Frsnk
B. Cross, J street. 60 feet west of
Twenty-third street, north slds
Uo: No. 4 whits. 7$ia7$4
P.O. Whit. 71071401 NO. Whit. 77
7ic: No. $ yellow. 79ft90c; No. $ yollow,
iisii7t; no, yeiiow, Ti7to; no. s yei
tow, iiejio; no, i nuxeo, 'tut Tin
No. $ nilMd. 7BHOTIHC1 No, 4 tniaed. T9
079440; NO. 3 mixed. 7l0Tlfcoi No,
ratstd. T7tT$Hfl. Oats: N. $ whits,
4$4$Uc; standard. $04$tti N.
whit. 43049 No, 4 Whit. 439 41 H
saney: Mailing, homo; no. i ia.
C4lo. By: No. 3, U.18H0L14; No,
Omaha Futar Uihtt.
Omaha Bsptanbar I 14 1,4.
Th ton of th futurem arket was much
better today and closing prices on all
cereals were somewhat higher.
The wheat market was strong. Saotenv
bar advancing 1c, December ruling about
IH up and th May oloaing $4fco above
th opening prices. Thar was a heavy
movement of wheat on foreign orders from
this market and Chicago reported LtOO.OOO
buahela for export. This Hport demand,
ooupied with th fart that tha mbargo
has been lifted on soma of th Pis roads.
is a oig neip to tn wneai anuauen, ana
Dig movement or wneai 1 now w o
nctd from the Omaha market
Closing price on oorn war o higher
on Bepumoer, up on vcmor ana
hlaher on Iho Uav.
There wii vary Mttle tradlna In Sen'
tsmber oats, but ths December and May
option were fairly active. Dioimbir oats
gained Sc and th May ruled lo higher.
Omaha closing prtoee on future for this
141 U -43
High. ILowT Clos. Tss. i
1 $9 1$$ 1$$ 187
1 44ft 141H 144 140U
1 4ltJ 14$ 144H 144
$9 $$tt 48 i U
n nit u n
44H 64V 44 J 46
IS 47 g 41 S iTh
Chleaao eloiln nrlcaa. furnished Th Be
by Logan At Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
Art. I Open. 1 High. I Low.) Close. 1 TesT
Wht. I f
Sept 141-43 V 1 46 143 1 46 140
Dec. 144-141 1 48 146 1 4$ 144
May 148-147 1 49 147 14$- 146
Bept 86-H $? $ $ $0
Dec. 72. 78H fj 19 73 U
May 7$it 7 H 70 76
Sept 44 46 44 46 44
Dec. 47- 46 47 4B7 47
May 60- 61 40 $1 60
Bept 37 $0 37 $0 27 $0 $7 $0 27 19
Dec. 24 60 36 00 34 66 3$ 00 34 66
Oct. 14 32 14 46 14 3t 14 46 14 16
Dec. 13 $6 14 16 1$ $0 14 II 1$ $3
Oct, 14 16 14 $T 14 30 14 $7 14 16
Jan, 18 02 18 07 19 02 13 07 12 $6
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Wheat Rises at Opening on Indications f
' Strike Settlement.
Chicago, Sent. $. -Confidence that a set
tlement of the railway strlks would be ef
fected led to a decided upturn in wheat.
The close wa strong at th highest level
or the session, a net advenes or xn44c
wtth December at $1.47 01.4$ and May at
61.49U 01.49. Other leading staples, too.
all showed gains corn tf c,. oats tf
ittc and provisions len&oo.
Disappearance of anxiety over th chance
that the eight-hour bill might be defeated
was evident from theoutset in th wheat
market. All pressure to ell was absent,
and instead algna developed that foreign
demand had become urgent. Indeed, cash
premiums paid by exporters were the high
est of any ttmo this season. Notification of
a general nullification of railway embargoes
seemed to he chiefly desponelbl for th
sctlvlty of foreigners. Although at Inter
vals during th day realising by holders
was o na noerai scale, tne ensuing down
tarns in veiues proved oner.
In addition to th fact that shipping
Dusineuft naa aireaay imporved and was
expected to he much better the coming
wmk. in presence or frost in Canada
tended aleo to give an advantage to the
nuns, ne ports were at hand, too, that little
plowing had been done so far In Oklahoma
and that predictions were for a poor crop
mere next year unless conditions goon
underwent a rndlca ehanse..
Corn, like wheat, showed a broad general
demand. Some export business was don and
commission house buying was of a good
Oats displayed Independent strength,
owing to announcement that th British
govarnmenc nad taken 1,000,000 bushels
hero for lake shipment.
Speculators and packers were active buy
ers of provisions. Optimism In regard to
me ranroaa situation acted a smora than
an offset for a decline wjilch took place
in loaf o Cash Prices Wheat No. & red,
tj.ettvi.a; iso. s red, nominal: No.
hard, $1.4601.47H; No. 8 hard. $1.S7ttft
I., vorn: wo. I ye 110 w, 0 87c. No,
4 yellow, nominal: Nn a whit, nnmin.i
Oats: No. 8 white, 44045c: standard.
46A46r, Rye: No. 2, $1.19. Barley, 83cO
11.09. Seeds: Timothy, $4.0004. 76; clover,
ii.vtfvi.vu. rrovtsions: fork, 128.16; lard,
l.oo; riDs. $14.40 0 14.76,
eggs uncnangea; receipts. 11,461 esses.
routoes- uower; receipts, 86 cars; Jer
sey cobblers, 316001,70; Jsrssy giants,
f i.Dvuf i.vu; niinnesota unios, al. 46 1.50,
Poultry Allvs, lower; fowls, 14 017c;
Kansas City General Market.
Kansas City, Sept. $. Wheat No. 2 hard,
$1. 469L30: No. 3 red, $1.4801.63: Hen.
tember, $1.41; December, $1,43 1.43;
Corn No. 8 mixed $l0S2c; No.
wnue, 81H082C; No. 3 yellow, $2 Bap
tember, 81 c: December. 78Uc: Mtv
Oats No. 2 white, 46046o; No. 2 mixed.
Butter Creamery. !8c: firsts. 28r;
on da, 36c; packing, 36c.
Eggs Firsts. 27c.
Poultry Hens. lBttc: roostera. hPAii.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
Minneapolis. Sept. 2, Wheat September,
'""Hi ' 'wfmwr, i , db . cash : No.
hard. 91.63; No. 1 northern. $1.6Q0
Corn No. 8 yellow, 8H 087c.
Oats No. $ white, 44044c.
Klgln Butter Market.
Elgin, Sept. 2. Butter Fifty tubs sold al
BEE WAOT AW
Aaa. An.. Aaa.
6001 1 CD27 1 4611 1
4801 1 (ill J (061 1
4704 1 tit 2 4711 t
1001 603 1 47....... 1
4100 2 4187 4 401,....,, t
4012 13 4111 2 4910 1
4807. 1 6241 1 1471 2
1110 2 4K46 1 4662 1
4811 1 6040 2 4004 1
1114 1 6241 1 4671..,,., 1'
4811 1 4647 1 1080 1
4117 1 8447 1 6011 1
4018 .' 1060 8 4974 1
4421 1 6062 7 6077 1
32 1 . 6061 1 6177 1
Hundreds of other answers have been called for and deliverer) rlnri'n
the last week. It is reasonable to suppose that all the above neonle h.v.
supplied their wants therefore did not call for the balance of their answers.
Bee Want-Ads Are Sure Getting Results
Official Thur.il.y ....
Batlmato Saturday . . .
S.pteuib.r 2, 1113.
Oaltl,. Uo,. SbA-l-
lt.llj 1.11. '(
II dara thla week. .11.411
Sam. dare leal weak, .11.197
Same dare I wka. ala.IT.IIO
Sane day. I wka. aao.10.917
Sam. day. 1 wka. ao.ll,ltl
Same dare laat year. .11.114
Reoelpta and dlepoattton of lira fteek at
the Union .took yarda, Omaha, for twenty
four houra endlna at I p. m. y..t.nl.y:
Cattle. Hon. She.p. U'r a.
C M. St. P 7
fetlaaouri Petfte .... t
Union Paolflo .... 1 11 7 1
C. 4k N. W eaat.. .. 6
CAN. Wv waat.. 1 61 1
C, St. P. 11. AO.. ..
C. B. A Q.. aaat.. .. 9 1
C, B. A Q. waat.. .. ,11
C, R. I, A P., aaat . . I
C, R. L A P., weet .. 1
Illlnote Cntral.. .. I .
Chi, Oreat Waat. . . 1
Total reoelpta 4 111 7 1
Morn. A Co.
Swift A Co. . .
Armour A Co . ,
J. 11. Packlnf Co
era. 17, 104)9,901 nattre calrm, II OOOH.);.
Hone A.otpia, 1,1100 hc.a: litttriicl
S6c lower than yaurdHV'. avor.xc; la.
and II, hi., tl.oODm.lt; ml,.,! nail butch
ere, S 1 8. aa lO.tl i (ood haavy, 1I0.I.C) 10.11;
bulk of aa'i.a, 19.0O19 l0.
Shcp and lmb. Receipt, IOC head;
market ateaur; laniba, 17.00019 :1; .lau,h
t.r wm, 16. OnapT. ll; bleatln, ew.a, ll.oos
19.00; y.arlln,., II. One, so.
CIIICAOU LIVC STOCK MARKEH.
HEW YORL STOCKS
Market Hesitates at Outset,
But Strengthens Later
. in the Day,
ftlUg $,, Uog. Weak and Uw.r, Shep NEW HECORD IN MARINES
' litrssc Sept. 3.;att - Receipts, 12.0fltf
head: marhev, wvaHi native beef rattle.
$.s6 011,1V wester, i steem, $.0tf 300
storhers and feeder, It.TffT.eO; cows sr.d
helfem, $.4l'0O..$; talvn, r.60tn.2k
Htfs He. ovi. $1,000 h-kd; martlet,
wenti 1640i! lowr; bulk of ). llO.Sltf
10.lt; :n,, $10.16011.01; mixed, Mm
11.00; hvy, I. ,lt, 10. N: rough. I ifii
Bhtiap and irfinibs- -Raoslpte, ll.ono hesr
mark! wvaHi there, $0,110 ;,$; ewe
$6.0007.10; limto, 14, U0lO.lt).
M. Josph Ure Mok Market.
St. Jossph, Mo., SpL $. Cattle
300 head; market alow; etesrs, $6,600
10.60; oows and hslfsrs. $4.36sioorf
Hogs Rvlpt, 4.000 hsad: m.rW.i
Cattle Jleealnta thla week hav been very
larga, la fact, th largest of any week alno
tn opnlng or th rang on, ana av
oided ly larger than a year ago, In spite
of th fsot that th threatened strlk on
th railroads has thrown a cloud or uncer
tainty araand tha market, ths trad a S
whole has been In fair condition. At th
bealnolns' of th wk cornfsd bva ad
vanoed sharply, but later en th gain wa
lost, th mark, cioaing, is anytnin.
Hitis. iAws,t than a vuk aao on all kinds
iopt th wy bast grades. On th other
hand, grass beef eattl of desirable sua I icy
ara 16elt6a htshor than a week ago, With
common to medium kinds showing less Im
Cam and heifer af STOOd Quality ar
around 10016c higher, with th medium to
common kinds steady with last wek's elos.
Ths best stook eattl and feeding steers are
16036e higher than last wx, wnu me
common and medium grades nara wn
uneven sellers and ar no bttr than last
wh. . .
Quotations on eattl I Qood 10 enoic
beYs. $1.000 10.00; fair to good beeves.
IB, 7600.10; common to fair bsva, $6,600
TS arnnrl tn Mhnlnd. artVU ttVeB. $7,600
$.00; fair tp good grass bev, $7.16 0 7.60;
common to fair grass beeves. 36.3007.16;
good to choice heifers, $0.6097.16; good to
oholes oows, $6.40 0 7,06; fair to good cows.
$6.7606.40; common to fair cows, $4,000
B.76: good to choice feeders, $7.360836;
fair to good fders, $6.8007.86; common
to fair feeders, os.oqvs.ts; goon nw
lock ire, $7.6607.76; stock heifers, $6,600
6.60; stock oows, $6.3606.36; etock calves,
$6.6001.00; val calves. $6.00011. 60; beef
bull, stags, tc $6.0007.00; Bologna bulls,
Hogs Ths official rsoelpts yesterday ovsr
ran eat t mates nearly 60 per cent, $.606
hesd arriving befdr the market olosed.
So today's recslpts M oars, or f.oow
had, whll larger than any other day In
two weeks, fall allghtty snori or y-.
terday'a run. The week's supply is 46, m
hesd, a very repc table total when the
llrht run early In the week are consid
ered and It shows a gain of 16.000 head
over' either last week or a ysar ago, and
comes within a hundred hsad of bslng as
large as two wssks ago.
ICvery one was at sea again this morning
as to what prices ought to be. Heavy rs
oelpts both locally and at Chicago gavs
the market a bearish look, and wnue me
strlks seemed in a fair way of being
settled tor the time at least, the uncer
tainty was still aotlns as a depressing in
fluence on live stock markets, shippers be-
ins- sfrald to do muoh, The result was
that trad opened sharply lower, early sale
here belnsr as much as 160 30a down, and
a similar slump being reported on th open
ing at Chicago. On the early trade it was ,
almost entirely a packer affair. i
Later on the Improvement In ths strlks
situation encouraged shlppsrs to fill some
of their orders, and then th market be
gan to pick up, Improving stesdtly until on
the closs It was almost stssay wun yester-
lav's aversse. Trade was tolerably active,
though clearance was delayed by the late
arrival of some of th train. . However.
sellers had no kick on that score, aa prioss
were getting better right along, and they
wer a me 10 ciean up practice iy every
thing by 10 o'clock. Bulk of th offerings
was purchased at $$.$0010.16, and but
butchers set a top of $io,tv. ,
Xo. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. nh. Pr.
962 ... $6 $6 48.. 881 40 $S 00
$$..348 180 10 00
66. .284 160 10 10
66. .80$ ... 10 30
Ml. .310 ... 10 $0
$6. .201 40 10 60
OMAHA OIKRAL MARKET.
Butter No, 1 creamery. In eartui) ar
tubs. $0o; No. $, $6.
in -imported Hwlss. lb. 4lnt dama.
tic Swiss 66m block twlee, toe; twine, 7o
triple U, 17io daisies. 17c; Toung Amer
ica, in Ho; blue label brick, llfeo; llm
berger, low; New York white. $0o, ftooqu
Uystsrs Standards. Il)40n: aslant... IDA
46c ; counts. $06Ou,
Kleh rrhi Halibut, lb, 13c; catflah,
14017c; red salmon 14c: fall aalmun. lie:
wbitsfish.1 Hot herring. To; trout, 10oi yel
low pike, ITo; bullheads, 16.; carp, Or;
black bass, SJo; unflh, $o: croppies. 16c;
pickerel, lie; iteak codfish, IK; tlietlsh lo;
fresh hwdlsss shrimp, gal,, $1.36) r.d anap
Vr, lb. i$o; Hpanlsh matkerel, 16; ike
ane, jvimoo wniteflsh lie; flounders. 11-;
; fresh peeled shrimp, ir gal., $3.
fieef Cuts No, 1 ribs, lie; No. $, 17c;
N. $, lie; No. 1 loin. 31c; No. 3, 18 a;
No. $. 14Hc; No. i chucks. 18o; No. I.
13c: No. 3, lOHe; No. 1 rounds, IT Ho; No.
$, 14r; No. 8, llo; No. 1 plstos, 10o; No. 3,
$c; No, I. $v.
rrult and vsgstabls prices furnished by
Ollinsky Fruit Co.;
milts Oranges, 10 300s. 334s. $4 bos;
154a. 181. $4.76; 160s, $6; 171s, $6.36; 30ss,
114a, 340s, $6.60. Lemons; I00e. $IOs, $$.60;
oholo, $6, Peaches: Per box, lll lt; In lou,
$1.16; bushels, $3,76 bu. Pears; Bushel
Kelfers, $1.76 bu.; I-bushel lots, $1.66; 1$.
bushel lou or mor. $1.60; California Bart
lelt, fancy $1.36 crate; Ch. 6-tler 0, $3.76;
Bartlett $-tIr 0, $3.16; fancy rimlsh, $3.80;
oholo nmlh, $3.36. Orapeai Home-grown.
$0o basket; Ualagas, $1.66 crate; Tokays,
$$. Apples: Oravenstean, $3.86 boi; Belle
flowers, 11.76; cooking. $1.16 bu.; barrel.
16.60; eating. $4.36. Cantaloupes: Stan
dards, $1.76 israt; ponys, $3.36; flats, $1.
Waurmston: lVio lb, Prunes; On ar
rival. $1.66 orat.
Vegetables: Sweet spuds, Vir. barrels
$4.60 bbl.; Southern hmpds., $1.66 hmp.
California eratas, $4 orat; potatoes, bushels,
$1.1$ bu.; onions, span, $8 erst; ontona,
rod, $o lb.; onions, western, $Hc; cabbage,
J So; tomato, 76c bask.; cucumbers 60c;
celery, 40c do. i
Honey, $8.76 esse.
Ulscenanaous Crackerjack, com pops and
checkers, aaae, $8,60; half cases, $1.76; pea
nuts, Special No. 1, lb., 6Ho; Jumbo pea
nut, In; popcorn, oass, $3.60; honey, now
Poultry Live: Broilers, 1H to 3 lbs., Sftc;
over $ lbs., lie. Hens: Uvsr 4 lbs.., 14c;
under 4 lbs., 13c; roosters and stags, IQHot
gees, full featherd, fat, 10c young and
old duoks, full feathered, fat, 8 4a I turkeys
any slss over $ lbs., 34c ; turkeys, s than
6 lbs., half price ; capons, $ lbs. and over,
$4cl guineas, each 35c Squabs: Homers, i
14 os. each, per do's., $4.00; IS os. ssch. psr
dos., $3.60: $ oi. each, per do. $1.60; un
der $ os. sach. pr dos., 60c. Pistons, car
40 $ $6
40 10 06
... 10 J6
10 10 86
... 10 $6
... 10 $0
Sheen-i-Th I r regularity of this week's
lamb markets makes th Job of comparing
nrlces w th a week ago a rather nard one,
Th first two days of th week values
broke a auarter or mor. but Wednesday
the market reacted, recovering at least
half of the slump. An escitfd Chicago
market Thursday was responsible for
sympathetic advance her, prices moving up
6c on paper, wnil wetness oi neeces maue
dressed costs a quarter or mors higher
thsn the previous day. Friday, however,
with ths rail strike threatening' and big
receipts, ths bottom dropped out. prices
dropping a quarter or more on paper and
showing even greater declines in reality,
sorting being more severe and fleeces car
rying less watsr than on the previous day.
And after a week of sharp fluctuations val
ues have dronned as much as 30040c on
paper, while considering th improvement
quality tney nav siumpea even more
than that, t ompansons are at tn oem
none too aecurat a so many dlffsrent
factor have to be conilderd. What lambs
sold yesterday wont at $10.00010.10, while
two bands were not rasnea, one oeing ior
warded and another sent back to ths feed
lots psndlng Improvement in th prlc
Pst sheep wore In such smsll supply a
week that on most days markets were
mere nominal sffalrs, and closing quota
lions are stesdy with last week, or nearly
Pretty good to best eM are bringing
$6.6Ain6.75, while killer yearlings are selling
as high as $7,60, and desirable aged wethers
t I7.00O7 2&.
For feeder sheep it was a good, firm
market all wek, There was not snough
here on 1st days to be affected by the
weakness that cam as a remit of buyers'
Inability to get their purohsees out. I'p to
midweek feeders were vnry little lower,
but the Isst couple of days of ths week
the embargo In id by railroads against
ihtpmsnts shut off a number of buyer, and
he msrket closed aa much sh 16016c be
low Friday a wfk ago. Tntrday's top
was $10.80, with bulk of the desirable light
feeders quotable above $10.00. A hstf-fat
lass which killers dp not want is selling
I9.2l0t.75. and the same prices ars
quotable on the commoner lights.
Quote tlone on sheep and lambs: lmbs,
good to choice, $$.80010.10; lambs, fair to
good, $.$60$.$O; Iambs, fesders, 81.360
10.30; yearling, good to cnoio, 67.oo7,60;
yearlings, fair to good, $6.6007.00; 'year
lings, feeders, $6.600$. 00; wethers, fair to
hole, $n.8t07.i; wss, gooa to cnoice.
6006.76: ewes, fair to good, ss.TA0S.5';
wes, plain to culls, $4,0006.78; swes, feed
ing, $6.0004.36; ewes, breeders, all ages,
Kansas City Livs Stook Market.
Kansas City, Mo.. Sept, 2. Cattle Re
ceipts, S0O hesd; market steady; prime fed
ateers $10.00011.00; dressed bef tuners.
, ISO 6.76 : western stsers, 81. 60 0 S. 6" ;
southern attars, $6.7601.36; cows, $4.60$,
26 : heifers, $6.000 10.7B ; stock et re snd
feeders, $6.2607.26; bulls, $6.5506,60;
Hog Receipt, 1,600 neadl market, 26c
lower; bulk of sates, $10.30010.40; heavy.
O.3501O.SO; packers and butchers, 310.1C
10.70; ugnt, 4io.3ii0to.7o; pigs, tb.60u
Hhaen and I.smbs No rsoelpts; market
stesdy; lambs, 8. 76010.26; yearlings, $7.35
H,00; wethers, 6'(.usj"-ro; ewes, Iti.&Ojj,
St, IaiiI Llv fttofk Msrkei.
Kt. Lcuiti, M.. Rcpl, 3. -'uie Receiiits.
KO hert ; i tarket loivt-;: iinrive b:'
ters $V.0f ),,,.; yrniiln., ateis and
heifers, $.a0 lO.-'lt; ' , SU.mti 07.76.
sto'kis ' snd feeders, l.!i0f t.0; aoutherti
srsntlne steer. $6.6006.60; prime south
ern steers, $6.0000.00; cows and heifers,
acse.: orlm dvearllns: ateers ad luix.
New Tork Money Markt.
Nw York, Sept. $, Mvrcantila Papr
303i par cent. v ,
Hirllng Kxchsnge Slity-day hills,
14.11; demand, $4.76; oablas $4,76 7.16,
silver Bar, 7o; Meiican dollars.
Bonds Qovsrnmsnt, steady: ' railroad.
U. H. ref. 8s. reg 66 M K A T 1st 4s 73 H
os couDon , i . . n mo. far. t:on
U. S. if. reg.,.100t4Mont. Power
do coupon 100 UN. Y. C, dub.
V, S. 4s, reg,..10$UN. Y. City 4 Ms
do coupon,.. .110 (1366) 10$4
A. T A T o. 4Us.H0 ov, 4s... ......113
Anglo.Frenoh &s 96 4 No. psc. 4s..,.. $1 U
Alch. gen. 4s... $3H do 3s fi&'i
Hetn. hisi r, 6s.iooore. s. l. tor. 4s. vl
Cent. I'ac. l.., $8UPac, T. 4 T. 6s,100i.
Ches k. O. o. 4tts H4SPpim, con. 4Hs., 10441
C 11. A Q. . 4s. 0744 do gen. 4 VS. . 101 V4
C M Ht P o 6s 10&H Reading gen. 4s. 06 H
C, R. 1, a. P. Hy. St. L. Srn F.
ref. 4s 7H4 ref. 4 70
Colo. A S. r 4s 6S So. Pac. cv. $s,.108H
P. A R. Q. Q. 4s 774 do ref. 4s
do ref 6s 6So, Railway 6s, ,101
RHe g-n 4s ; ?0t Union Pactflo 4a. $64
aen. Eloc. fs,..104H do cv. 4s $8
Ot, No. 1st 44s. tltU. H. Rubber ts.lOS
in. vn. rei. s. k u. B. Bind I 5S..,i(lb
l.U. M. M. 4U..108UW. Union 4Us,.. eg
K. C. Bo, ref. la. W, Blec, cv. 6s,. 116
L, A N. unl. 4s. n
Nw York. Sept. 3. Todav's msrket hesk
taisd si ths outset, first uotatln Indicat
ing lUut't on th part of lb profssisal
H'tmnl s to th significant. of overnight
flfveVvme.it. In tr railway labor sltaatlon.
This tfndltton gave way- tatar t gnral
sirr-nglli, ths advance being aided by i
tenslr short covering. TYadtng tn martnes.
whlclt nupplled over ij per esnt et th krtsf
session's turnover, was th noteworthy fa
tur. th preferred making a new raeord en
Its grose advance of four nolnts to 16. tth
tl for the common and l tt I paints fr
etnsr snipping shar,
A new maximum was also mads by A mart -can
Zinc preferred, whl.ih advanosd 8
points to 74. whit General Motors prs-
rrrd siid al its beat quotation in many
months, rUIng 3 point to 136. Copper and
other metals wer I u 3 points higher, mu
nitions and petroleums advanced about ss
muoh and motors made up som f their
reoent lossss, with addlUonal gains tn a
corls. United flu tee fluet cam forward towards
th last, tMlng xtnslvly taken -lip to $$V
an strm gain of IS. and placing it with
th quarterly and itrn dividends of th
previous day, within a quarter point af Ira
high record. -
Heading and Canadian Pactflo lsd th ad
vancing movement in rails at gains of al
mott 8 points, with a point eah for St. Paul.
Northern Paelfic, New York Catral and
som of the eastern group. Today's sales
amounted to 374,000 shares.
Ths forslgn axohang markt was a nom
inal affair, with ne change from yesterday
xrspi for a slight rsuesaleo In rublm.
Honds wr stoady. but dull. Angio-Frent h
6 being largely dalt in at th prevailing
quotation, Total sales, par value, were $,.
United States coupon 4s ros K per utnt
on call during the week.
Number of sales and quotations n leading
190 111 14
1.100 lOllt 191 li
100 ll ,11
"i.ioo 'oiii 'oi'"
300 19 If U
ioo 177 mi
1,100 11 U t(J
100 OOti 19U
00 94 91
too iim nut
...... ..... 17
Am. Beet Suaar.
Am. iar A Poundrjr
Am. Uouometlve. . ,
Am. Smell. Ref.
Am. Sufar R.flDl.f
Am. T.I. Tel..,,
Ara. X., 1 a S ...
Baltimore A Ohio.
Brook, Rapid Tran.
B. A S. Copper. , , ,
Cal. P.lrol.um. , , ,
Central Leather.; ..
Choaapeake A Ohio
a. u. A St. P
Chlr.,0 A N. W...
ft, R. I. A P. Rr.,
Chine Coppr ,
Colo, Fuel A Iron..
Corn Product. Ref.
Ocat No. pfd
Urat No. Or. otfl,
Int.r. Con. rem. .
ln.plratlon Copper. 17,100
Int. IS. M. pfd. otfa. 41.000 101
... aoutn.m.,.. ,00
Kenn.i-utt Copper. , 3,100 49U 41U 49tA
Loul.vllla A Nah ., njr
M.tloan Patroleura 1,400 101 101 U 101 vT
m.. k. a t. pfd..,v r
Mt.aourl Paolflo..., 100 1U : ju u
Montana rower..... i.", .".. , ., ,?
National Lead ..... 04
1.100 10.. It -
1,400 104 , 101 9, 101 K
00 111U Mt lit
1.100 loi 14 ioih loot.
400 117 117
lOO 3T4 11 ITS
600 101U 101 lOOt
$00 17 14 Ut II U
$7 H $7V
$ 106 10K
New York Central,
N. Y.. N. H. H.,
Norfolk A Western
Pao f a T . A Tel
Pennsylvsnls 3,100 661. 66
nay ion. Copper., 1,100 t H
Rssdlng 14.690 106 108
Statement of Clearing Houst Banks.
New York, Sept. $, Ths statsmsnt of
the actual condition of clearing houss
banks and trust companies for th wek
shows that they hold 16. ill, no reservs
in excess of legal requirements. This is
s deereas of $23 641,330 from Is-t1 wssk.
The statemsnt follows;
Actusl Condition: Increase.
Loans, dlae'ts, to. $8, 883.8S7, 0P0 $48,486,000
tRcs've, own vaults 441,614,000 14,746,000
in req. res. ohs. ii,ise,ono "6, 286.000
Other dspltorles. 68,117,000
Net demand dep'lts 8,864,841,000
Tim deposits. . . 1 70 408.000
Aggregate reserve. $66,867,000
Usees reserve $6,136,140 3$,661 330
Summary of stats banks snd trust com
panlca In Oreat er New York not Included
In clearing house statement:
Iioann, discounts, tc$714,AI7.SOO $ 718,700
Hpeci 63,421,700 76.700
Iegal tender 8,141,300 318,600
Total deposits., $$1,001,000 6,136,100
Banks' cash rseerv
In vault 11,844 300
cash In vault 86,618.700,..,...,,
tOf which, $374,408,000 Is specl.
fit. Louis Grain Market,
St. Louis, Sept. t. Wheat No. rod,
$1.6001.631; No. 8 hard. $1.4701,66; Sep.
Umber, II. 44; December, 81.46H 01.46.
Corn No. 8, 864c; No. 3 white, 8&UC;
September, 86c; December, 73Hc
Oats No. $, 44fro: No. I whit nominal.
Liverpool drain Market
Liverpool, Sept, $, Whsst Spot No, I
Manitoba,. 14s $d; No. 3, lis 4d; No Z red
western winter, .14 td, w
Corn Spot Americsn, mixed.' new, H't
7Hd; mixed, via Galveston, 10s 3d.
Business Conditions Good, - . ' ,
Wanhington, Sepf. 3. (lenersK btt:ness
conditions throughout, the United . staves
continued good during Aus.ust. according to
summaries from the twelve fediirr.t reserve
district, made public tonight by th r.
servs board. Generally discouraging, re
ports wero recslved from no district.
Rpd. Iron A Steel
Shatiuek Arts, Cop,
Stuclfhakar Co, , . ,.
Tennessee copper. ,
Txs Company , . ,
Union Pacific pfd.,
u, p. inn. aicouoi.
C, S. Steel
U. S. Steel pfd...,
L'tsh Copper ,
Wabash pfd. "B", .
Wen i em Union. . . .
700 13 ij 11
t.ioo 13114 137 lira.
1.000 nou ioi
47.100 lot, nil
100 117, II7j
1.100 i;s 11
000 II II V
.100 llli 17 li
Total a.l.i for the day, 174,000 aharea.
; Omaha Her Market.
Omaha. Au. 11. Prairie Hay Upland;
Choice, lll.00ffll.60i No. 1, I10lea)u.ot
No. I, M.tooio.oo: Na. I, I4.looi.oo Ml:
land! Choice, II0.10O11.00; No. 1, 110 014,
10.10; No. I, 11.50! 50; N. 1, M.ioai.lO.
Lowlandl Choice, 110.00: No. 1. II loos '
I. 10; No. I, I7.00OI.00: Na. 1, II.OOfT.00.
Straw none on the marheti eholoa wheat
la quotable at tl.10; ohotoa oat or rye, ll.os
Alfalfa Choice, 111.104911 10; No. 1,
lll.OOOll.IOj atandard. 11.00911,19; No, 1.
II. 00tpl.00; No, 1, it.oo;i.oo.
N.w York. B.pt. I. Metale -The copper
market remained ateadr at tha and of th.
we.k with quotation, ranetnc from 117.99 t
121.00 for olectrolytlu. Iron waa unchanged.
FOR SALE A PROSPEROUS
ESTABLISHMENT IN DENVER '
Proprietor readr to retire offm this'
exertional apportnnlty. Beet loaatlaa
In Denver, eheapwat rent Rvataea.
approilmatalr I100,000-amild raadl.
ly he increa.ed to a half million or
mora at will. Offer ateek, fixture,,
good wilt, leaae. ate. Now dlapoaing
of atock In a eaeh aa), whlah la won.
' derfullr aueeeeefnl. Owner retiree
with oompctaner. Saeeaaaor .an ,ta9
right Into a gloriou, future. For par
SIGMUND. th. Ad Man. '
IS 12 WORTH YOUR TIME TO
If ,o, we hav. new Income property
located In Weet Farnam district that
would net you 12 on $10,000. If you
neve 12,000 and ara Intonated, call
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANY.
17th and Deuglaa St. Oauha, Nth.
of the office rooms in Omaha are
in a general way quite satisfactory.
' , It is therefor a matter of loea
. tion, convenience and service that
should enter into your selection.
THE BEE BUILDING
"The building that is always new" '
is splendidly located, very conven
imt and has the best of service."
Office, Room 103
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