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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1916.
FOR RENT HOUSES
4334 FRANKLIN, Al modern l-roora houae.
oak Onlah; flr.place; sleplnr porcb; nr
car; 130. Phont Walnut SIM.
COZY five-room modern bungalow at 111
8. 44th St., on the Weat Fnrnam DundM
line. 186.00. Tel. Walnut 3361.
2 hatha, Weat Faraam dlatrleL
Phone Door 2,47.
MODERN l-R. FLAT.
IIS N. Hth St., l-r., modarn .icept
beat, S36.00 per month.
H. A. WOLF,
514 Ware Elk. Dour. 1041.
RENT CUT TO l
1110 N. S2d l-r. flat, steel ranre. Baa
plate, kitchen cabinet, water pald, lit.'
RASP BROS.. Douajlas 1461,
FOR RENT l-room houae, Juat completed.
Do not fall to look thla over. Located
SS0S Burt St. Thoe. J. Cronln, S214 Cali
fornia. Harney 40H.
1516 GRANT ST. 7-r., conm., modern, 126.
T. F. Hall. 42S Ramie Bids', Dour. 7401.
S ROOMS Modern, 28th and Plnkney. Call
370T N. 23D 6-room modern bunralow.
NEW l-room bungalow. 118. Call Webater
I2S Sla-room. 3f 04 N. 24th St. Web. 1177.
7-ROOM, modern, 1840 N. lth St., 26.0o7
IS S. II St., l-room cottage, madern, fur
nace, electrlo Us-bts, do.irsbl. location,
filler 1536. Roae Bldr., Hth and Farnam.
fflODERN 7-room houae, 2614 Dewey Ave.
(jail moyer ptanmmry u.. u
rFOR RENT 3-room houae, fas and water;
19.00 per month. Inquire zais a. inn oi.
LmODERN cottage, five rooms, larsre cement
baeement, 1041 8. 24th St.
1I1S PARK AVE. 7-r. mod, brick.
WE HAVE WHAT TOU WANT.
HOUSES AND COTTAGES
4-R. 8401 Maple St I 1.00
4-R. 8401 Parker St 10.60
4- R 1616 Carter Lake Blvd 14.00
1-R. 6016 No. 42d St 1S.00
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
I-R. 2804 Saratoga St 820.00
l-R. 2818 No. 27th St. (for ool-
ored) 18 00
l-R. 2232 So. 6th St 14.00
l-R. 2720 Corby St 20.00
l-R 3607 No. 30th St 16.00
l-R. 1102 No. 46th St 27.60
.R. 642 So. 80th St. (cloaa In).. 27.50
l-R. 4336 Franklin St 80.00
l-R. 8918 No. 80th (with garage).. 82.60
l-R. 4112 Farnam St 35.00
7.R. 978 No. 27th Ave 26.00
' j-R. 3906 No. 18th St ;. 80.00
-r. 916 So. 36th St. (brand new,
atrlctly modern brick dwellinr).. 85.00
T-R. 4110 No. 20th St 37.60
8-R. 8901 No. 17th St 80.00
5- R. 1717 Park Ave. (choice brick
dwellinr newly decorated lnaide
and out) 82.80
l-R. 2601 Dewey Ave. (rood brick
dwellinr very cloae In) 46.00
l-R. 203 So. 80th St. (atrlctly
modern flat, with hardwood fln
' lah and built-in buffet) 125.00
WE HAVE OTHERS. SEE OUR COM
PLBTE PRINTED LIST BEFORE RENT
ING. PORTER & SHOTWELL.
S02 So. 17th Bt Dour. 1011.
HERE IS SOMETHING GOOD.
Beautiful brick and atucco residence.
havlnr larre living room, with fireplace
delightful sun parlor, 4 rood bedrooms
and tine tile bath. Will leaae unfurnished
.at 860, or elaborately furnlehed at 175
alao rarage In connection. It la a ran
opportunity to rent a houae of this char-
PAYNE & SLATER CO '
111 Omaha Nat'l. Bldr. Phone Dour. till.
The Bee carried
, 68,901 MORB PAID Want Ada Aral t
monlha of 1916 than samo period 1911.
Thia figure EXCEEDS TUB COM
BINED GAIN of the other two Omaha
papers by OVER 20.000 PAID ADS.
Reaaon; Better Reautte, Better Rates.
2423 FRANKLIN ST., 6 rme. and bath.. Ill
4119 North 38th St., I rooms Ill
JOHN N. FRENZER, DOUGLAS B54.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
CREIGH, SONS CO.
IIS BEE BLDO DOUG. SM.
-ROOM MOD. COTTAGE close In, 122.60.
First Trust Co. D. 1161.
FOR RENT Ap'ts and Flati
FOR RENT Dundee five-room apartment.
W. I, SELBY SONS,
7-ROOM flat for rent Modern except heat.
. 118. 2910 Farnam. Inquire 2908 Far
STORE room, ml Cuming St. Phone
Webater 3358. v
SIGHT-ROOM flat, 2712 Jackson St. la
quire Walnut 3084, or Douglas 1966.
11.001109 8. 28th St.. 4-r.. gas and water.
20.00 1734 So. 27th, 6-room, modern, 1st
floor, St. Louis flat.
820.00 1736 So. 27th, 8-r., on second floor.
826.00 1708 Burt. 2d floor apartment.
. a rooma ana oath, with neaL Good.
D. V. SHOLES COMPANY.
916 City Nttfl Bank Bldg. Doug. 49,
6-ROOM modern apartment at 420 South
26th Ave.; private basement, heat and
BENSON A MYERS CO..
424 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug. 74S,
t-K. mod, flat. 2308 8. 21th. H. 4711
PAYNE & SLATER CO., .
"OMAHA'S RENTAL MEN."
THE CARLYLE. 626 South 18th St., 4 room,
and tile bath, exceptionally large living
room, fine front porcb. Here you have no
car tare; 3B luromer, 942.50 winter.
PORTLAND ANNEX, Park Ave. and Leav
en worth, brand new, 6 rooms and delight
ful sun room; new wall paper, new gati
. stove and refrigerator; everything fresh
and clean, 166: heat and water furnished.
THE LAFAYETTE, 17th Av. and Jackson
St., Apt. No. 9, large living room, com
plete kitchen and tile bath; $22.60 winter.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.,
616 Omaha Nat'l. Bldg. Phone Doug. 1016.
BRICK nat tor rent, 6U6 per month;
rooms, modern, thonc Doug. 162.
FOR RENTBuinet Pr'p'ty
TWO modern stores near Postofffce. I
rent. Q. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
FOR RENT Modern store room, steam
nwau n Ames Ave. (JOirax 2900.
x Offices and Desk Room.
DESIRABLU studio location ln WeaoPbldg
lath and Farnam. and In Baldrlge bldg.,
JOtn and LParnara; rental reasons bis.
-m . iv. rt tn-u. who mag,
vituiUMW u.tsvv a villain iH lnfJ rmUQfllta
wivausn a.ss , l.tu al (.OppOBlie
postulate), W to 4ll ftar moutn. Conrad
Vnii.itr tiK Urunrlsstai Th.aiu a .. .
' ' - m..
CHOieiS office space, Balrd Bldg., 17th and
evougias. jacuagua inv. uo.
WANTED TO RENT.
iUnturnished Houses and Flats.
HAVE partlos wanting to rent Ave, six and
eigne room nouses in tnj west f'arnam,
Dundee and Field club districts of the
city, want good houses In good nsls-h
borhoods. Write at ones and secure good
tenants, wane to near irom owners only.
No agents. Address B"X 692. Omaha Bos.
WANTUD lis Ling on cottages or houses tv
root or coll on easr payments. Have oua-
tomers waiting. .nqulre 412 Karbsvcs
MIOCK. IMUglaS 97.
wilt .' k attar your rentals. 44 Branded
BldK UOUB- 3382.
Furnished Houses and Flats.
FURNIHHKD apartment, three or four
rooms, wanted Immediately by two peo
ple ana little gin. Must bo in rood ne ah
bo r hood. Will pay $30 monthly. Mills,
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
CLOSE IN HOME
Seven rooms all modern snd nearly
new, on Marcy street near 86th. Hard
wood finish throughout. Price reduced to
18,760 for quick sale.
HE BYRON REED CO.,
Phone Doug. 117. 211 So. 17th.
Wo have for soils on very easy terms a
splendid residence at 116 N. 83d St. This
house has eight rooms, 411 In fine ..con
dition. The lot Is 60x142. It Is In a very
desirable neighborhood and the price JaJ
108 First National Bank BMg.
4819 CUMING ST.
II,;; 60 Five rooms, brand - new, rooms
all on one floor; absolutely- complete and
ready to occupy; paved Street, paving
paid. Ten-year guarantee oh textile shin
gles. Can give possession at once; easy
118 Omaha Nat'l. Bk. Bid,. Tyler II.
WEST DODGE ST. HOME.
Six large rooms and bath, strictly mod
ern, oak finish, beautifully, decorated;
price only 94,100. Tes, we can sell on easy
terms. This Is a- real snap tor quick sate.
OSBORNE, 701 Omaha National Bank
Bldg. Doug. 1474.
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT 8 -room. I
baths, nearly new ; big discount, only
6,260. Bee it. 823 N. 28th Ave.
1618 LINCOLN BLVD 11 -room bouse.
strictly modern, with not water beak
MY HOME FOk SALE.
Built only throe years. Has three bed
rooms, sleeping porch and bath on the
second floor; vestibule. Urge living
room, dining room, butler's pantry, kitch
en and rear entry on the first floor; full
basement; 60-foot lot. No. 2312 Walnut
St. Phone Harney 6793.
WEARNE PARK BUNOALOW, Just com
pleted, strictly mod.; oak nmn, wun oaa
floors; large kitchen, with built-in cup
boards; high grade lighting and plumb
ing fixtures; enamel and tile bath room;
two large bed rooms; full cement base
ment; furnace heat; dandy east front.
Price for quick sale, 83.100. Easy terms.
RASP BROS.. Doug. 1663.
ONLY $200 CASrT
BALANCE $26 MONTHLY.
Swell 6-room bungalow, flntshsd In oak,
guaranteed furnace, beautifully decorated
and large lot, near the car, school and
EDWARD F. WILLIAMS CO..
D. 430. 801 Omaha Natl. Bank Bldg.
FARMERS, ATTENTION Chance to buy 8-
room, new, modern, stucco, and o-room,
new bungalow, or trade for acres or fruit
ranch. Total value $6,000. Call Webster
IF you want to buy a new all-modern
bungalow, 6 large rooms, 3 rooms fur
nished In oak, oak floors throughout; east
front; make mo an offer 1200 cash; bal
ance monthly. Colfax 2752.
THAT Ave-room cottage on Florence Boul
evard for only 21,760, for a few days.
H. W. GATES,
647 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Douglas 1294. Webater 26BB.
12,260 Will buy the modern home at 2638
Davenport St. This is i,ooo less than
the prloe on the adjoining house and lot
of same site.
JOHN W. ROB BINS, 1802 FARNAM ST.
AN ESTATE orders one remaining property
closed out. a e-r. nouse, business lot,
Military Ave., only 11,260. A . great bar
GEORGE! O. WALLACE, 614 Keellne Bldg.
FOR SALE 8 -room house. Just completed.
Do not fall to look this over before buy
ing elsewhere. 2208 Burt Bt. Thoe, J.
Cronln. 8214 California St Harney 4091.
KOUWTZB PLACE restricted rtlstrlot reel-
dence for sale. F. V Knlest. 2616 N. lath.
FOR SALE 2 acrns Improved. Col. 1S46
FIELD CLUB HOME
FOR SALE. ,
A modern homo with S rooms and sleep
ing porch, oaic Union, oak floors and every
oonvenience; east front lot, 62x186 ft.; H
block north of Woolworth Ave. Boule
vard, in the boat part of the Field Club
district Price, $7,200. The owner will
move to the new Blackstone Nov. 1st and
has Instructed us to sell this property.
It Is not for rent. The price Is right,
but any reasonable offer will be consld.
J. M. DUMONT A CO.,
416-18 Keellne Bids. Phone Dou. 690.
On 38th street, near Poppleton. This
la an exceptionally well built 8-room all
modern home on paved street, with paving
all paid. 1st floor has large reception
hall, parlor, living room, dining room and
kitchen. 2d floor 4 bedrooms and bath.
Separate back stair from kitchen to Id
floor, also stairway to floored attic. Large
lot, 60x160 ft Fine shade trees. Prop
erty all clear of encumbrance. Hot air
furnace wtlh oil burner.
GEORGE & CO.,
Phone D. 766. 902 City Nat Bk. Bldg.
HAN SCO M PARK DISTRICT
Large living room with built-in book
cases, dining room with plate rail and
paneled walls, kitchen, two bedrooms and
bath, all on one floor. Oak finish and
oak floors, large attlo; full basement;
guaranteed furnace; large south front lot,
close to oar, school, stores and park. Will
call for you and show you this bunga
low. Phone us for -'appointment
SCOTT AND HILL CO..
Douglas 1009. Ground Floor McCague Bldg.
FIVE ROOMS NEW
All modern in every detail; living and
dining room all oak finish, with built-in
bookcases ; pantry with elaborate cup
boards; icebox room; full basement with
floor drain; shades; electric fixtures and
screens; all furnished. This Is a real bar
gain at 18,760; 2600 cash, balance on
terms to suit. Others ask as much as
1,260. Let us show you this week,
T RAVER BROS.,
101 Omaha Nal. Bk. Ooul. till.
Evenings Web. 1888.
Wt HAVE BUYERS FOR HOMK1
WORTH THE JaONKX IN 4Lb PARTS
OF THE C1TT. LIST tOUR PRUfER.
TI WITH US FOR RESULTS.
U'NEIL'S REAL ESTATE IMS. AOCI,
Brandfle Thfeter Bid,' Trier 1.81
New bunvelow, rooms, all on one floor;
atrlctly modern; on very eaay tertna; cloae
In; located 1210 So. 26th Ave, Tel. Red
NEW BUNGALOW AND 4 LOTS, 2,700.
roomx, electric light, line well and
clntern. ihirken house, some fruit nice
high ground, not down in a hole. Owner
would likfl 4D0 or fbuv cairn, oaiance
eaoy payments. Just what you have been
' looking for. Might consider good small
new cottage an part payment.
P. J. TBBB1NS CO.,
606 Omaha Nttt. Bk. Phone D. 2182.
WVBBTHaiNTH. IN8URANC7 1410 to
oome on price, 12,600, elng I houses, f
rooms each near high school and
Crelgbton college. Also I and -room
bungalows, 6200 down, and two I
lis down, balance monuuy. ,
CHAS. E WILLIAMSON CO.
iiRVt bungalow; also 3-t. and gardening;
your terms and price; Inv. with $400, rent,
$ houses (flat cost $3.600). 13.600. D. 2107.
FIVE' rooms, new, oak finish, fully deco
rated, all modern, etc., $2,760; $200 cash.
balance monthly. LQirax niD.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
INCOME property tiear Fort! plant. 16th lit
Owner. Harney M6
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
il& THOROITOHBRBD Leghorn!, coops.
. runs, Incubator and brooders, for sale.
rail T. 16KS-W.
DAMAUKD- WHEAT, 61.50 a hundrud.
V. Wagner, 801 -Ji. llth.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
CARPENTERS and bulldera. call to aee ua
thke week. We have aome apeclal bar
gains Injaome low-prlred lota, whers you
may buld small modern homea. They
have all street Improvements; are cloa.-ln,
near car line and are aelllns for about
204 Keellne Bldr. Phone P. 8074.
AFTER looltlni at UINNE Ll'SA. 800 dif
ferent buyera deolded that H waa the beat
propoaltlon on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lota.
IF YOU will come out today you will
underatand why othera are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
742 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
OWNER must se.l east front lot on Font
nolle Blvd.. In Clalrmont Will sell at
saorlfloe price It taken at onoa. Call
MINNE LU8A Nice lot on Titus Ave., near
14th St.. oan be bought at a bargain; this
lot must be sold. See me quick. C. A.
Qrlmmel, 64s Omaha National Bk. Bldg.
Improved and unimproved In on to
ten-acre tracts, on or near Bellevue car
line. Best of school facilities,
C. R. COMBS,
Phono Doug. SMI. 60S Brandels Theater.
A PINB place for ohlcken raising, garden
ing or fruit trees and berry bushes; It
good lots; one block from car Una and
oloss to school. Price, $760; 1 down
and 60c per week on each lot Box 7047,
REAL ESTATE Suburban
START TOUR HOME IN BENBON1
BUT THIS LOT.
110.00 down snd $10.00 per month; pries
$200001 else MilM; located on Locust
St., between Clark and Burnham, not far
from school and ear Una. Geo. R. Wright
Bee office, Omaha. ,
1018 Cuming St. Strictly modern, new,
7-r. house, hard wood flnleh, extra well
built and right up to the minute, ready to
occupy. Price 16,400. Easy terms,
8. P. BOSTWICK SON,
100 Bee Bldg. Tyler 1608.
NETHAWAT has 8, 4, I, 80 and 136-aor.
lmpr. tracts for city property. Flo. 886.
i-ROOIl residence, South Side. Il.llll 861
eaah, balance 816 'per month. Doug, 1161.
5 ACRES. ,
Located near 48th and Brown Sts.
There Is 1H scree In atrawberrlea and to
acre In currants, balance rich, hard land.
This land lies well within easy walking
distance of car line. One of the few
places oloss in on which you CD raise
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. t. 1711.
REAL ESTATE Investment
BEST BUY ON HARNEY ST.
Large corner, close In, with improve
; ments which carry the investment. This
property is due for a substantial Increase
in value within the neit year, and in the
meantime the rents pay a safe lnoome on
the Investment. Price. $40,000; $14,000
cash, balance at $ per cent. Now Is the
time to buy.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
1 Douglas 801. tl.-iO City National.
ANYTHING FOR RINT, SELL or TRADE?
LIST IT WITH THB "RESULT' PEOPLE.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.,
88-11) City Nat Bk. Bids.. . ,
Doug. 1881. CALL CP TODAY.
A. P. TUKBY BON,
Phone Doug. 80S. 1607-8 W. O. W. Bids.
WM. COLT AX.
108 Keeltns Bids Dousj. I8T8.
FOR HALE. '
Double brlok St, Louis flat, wlthla four
blocks of 16th and Harneyi elose Id: bar
Douslaa 1811. City National Bank.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Real Estate, Land, Etc
HAVE two 160-acre farms and one SO-acre
farm, eastern Nebraska, to trad for elty
ARCHER REALTY CO
680 Brandels Bldg.
$7,000 EQUITY In eastern South Dakota
land. Want residence or stock of goods.
Will pay oasb difference. B. W. Runyon.
FORD cat and rooming house to exchange
together for lots or equity lo house or lot.
Call Dg. 6896 after I p. m. Boa 7090.
TRADES TRADES TRADES.
Farms, Cattle. -Ranches. New Apart
ments, Flats, etc. ABBOTT, 4 Patterson
WE have some good homes and rental prop
erties for Neb. or la. land. Edward F.
Williams Co., Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
OOOD lot, desirable location, will take used
Ford as part pay mart. Webster 4146.
Ranch SDeclsIlst. sell or trade ranches for
city property J9. Franta. 7 Brandels Bid.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTBD-M. ft and roomed bouses that
oan be sold (or $100 cash, bataooe $1$
per month i sivs complete description Arst
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
113$ Farnam It. Tsl. Doug. 10a 4.
1 HAVE several parties wanting to ex
ohange Omaha property fur acreage. Call
W. S. PRANK,
201 Neville Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
We have buyers for your property.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO..
21-80 City Nat Bldg. Doug. ISsl.
FOR SALES F. D. Wead, 310 S. 18th St,
Real Estate, Loam. Mortgage!.
I PER CENT to 6 ner cent Ota beat class city
residences In amounts 62,000 up, also
farm loans, HeasonsDle commiaaiona.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1888 Farnam SL
W. T. GRAHAM,
16.000 MORTOAGIS, bearing 6 per cent seml
ann.; secured by property valued at 614,600,
T a 1 ma ge-Loo mis Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
7-MAHA homes. Bast Nebraska farms,
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat'l. Phone Douglas 2T16.
FARM and city loans, 6-6 and 6 per cent
W. H. Thomas, Keellne Bldg., Doug. 1648.
6n1f MONEY HARRISON sY MORTON
P l Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
MONET to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv.Co., Omaha.
' DONT PAT IN INSTALLMENTS.
PAT IN f, 3, 4 or K TEARS. BEST PLAN
SHOPEN a. CO., KE KLINE BLDO.
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
THOS. L. McOARRY.
K SKUNK BLDG. TEL, RED 41
REAL ESTATE "loans, 6 per cent. " Bee
D. E. BUCK A CO..
612 Omaha Nat, Hank.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
I PER CENT and 6 per i'tit money. Toland
Trumbull. Bee Bldf. lious las I70T.
MONEY on hand tor "city and
farm loana. H. v. Binder. City
National Bank Bldf.
Natl. Dank Bldf
CITY and farm loans. G BH. 8 pr cent.
J. H. Dumont ft Co.. 418 Keellne Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. P. Wead,
wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Sts.
Abstracts of Title.
T7ort, Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
"CM so 8 lTlh St.. round floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding find ins, co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of
flee In Nebraska. SOC Brandels Theater,
MONEY TO LOAN
Furniture, Pianos, Ind. notes as security.
40 6-mo, H. H. tfdi.. total cost, $8. BO.
$40 " Indorsed notes, total cost, $1.80.
Smaller, largor am' tit. proportionate rate.
PROVIOKNT LOAN SUK'IKTY.
Organised by Omaha Business Men.
433 Rose Bldg., ISth and Farnam. Ty. 661.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
PALM BKACH FARMS COMPANY.
Farm lands are the Banner Crop Farms
of Florida, producing three crops a year.
You oan buy a $, 10 or SO acre tract on
easy terms, ft acres, $10 down, $10 per
month; ten acres, $'J0 down, ISO per
For Particulars and Literature
Call, Write or Phone,
PARSONS A SON,
66$ Brandels Bldg. Phone Douglas 7146.
BARTFRN shore of Maryland; water front
farms, oysters, crabs, fish, ducks; fine
climate; level land; grow everything; best
bargains In the union. Ask for Illustrated
catalog. H. D. Yata, Princes? Anne, Md.
H0-ACRE FARM, 46 MILES FROM
Minneapolis; 1 miles from two good rail
road towns; good set of buildings, consist
ing of T-room house, large barn, granary,
corn cribs, machine shed, windmill, etc.
160 acres under cultivation; can praotl
oally all be cultivated; no waste land;
excellent oorn land; 10 head of cattle,
consisting of II cows, balance one and
two-year-olds, 6 horses, hogs, chickens
and complete set of machinery every
thing on the place Including one-third
of thla year's crop, goes at $60 per acre;
$6,000 cash, all the time wanted on baN
ance, $ per cent Interest. Schwab Bros,,
102$ Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn,
SMALL MISSOURI FARM $10 cash and $1
monthly; no interest or taxes; higniy pro
ductive land; close te I big markets. Writs
for photographs and full information.
Munger. A-lit, N. Y. Life Bldg., Kansas
GREAT BARGAINS $6 down, $5 monthly.
buys 40 acres good fruit and poultry land,
near town, southern Missouri. Price only
$300. Address Boa 80$. Excelsior Springs
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Improved 146-acre Loup Valley Farm
In Platte County, Neb., will be sold at
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, AT 2 P. M.
Farm la 6 miles southeast of Genoa and
6 miles southWRst of Monroe, Nob.; very
eaay terms. This Is a good, well Improved
If Interested, write DoWd Auction Co.,
Omaha, Neb., for further Information.
JAMES L. DOWD, Auctioneer.
FOR SALE 320 acres unlmprovod land, 7
miles from Newport, Neb.; 160 acres of
meadow, outa 180 tons of hay, balanoe
farm and pasture. Priced at $6,400, en
cumbrance, $3,000, runs I years at 6 per
cent, balance cash. Address Bog 13T, Baa
sett. Neb. i
640 ACRES, Al land, well Improved and
good location in Kimbau county; clear.
Will consider Omaha property or farm
down this way.
- THOMAS CAMPBELL,
160 AND 80-ACRB Johnson county, Neb.,
farms; wall Improved. K bargain la ids
proved $0 In Sarpy county. ,
in a nth.
FOR Nebraska and Iowa farms, state what
you want, we have It. W. T. Smith Co.,
114 City Nat. Bank Bldg., Omahiv
$31,000 BUYS 1,280 acres Improved land S
miles from Sidney, Neb, Michael V.
Ruddy, Al blop, Neb.
CAN sell or exchange any lands you have to
offer. C. J. Canan, McCague Bldg.
South Dakota NLanda.
160-ACRE southeastern S. V. farm for sale;
a bargain at $66; good terms. Thoa. P.
King, Armour, 8. D,
UPPER WISCONSIN best dairy and gen
eral orop state In the union. Settlers
wanted; lands for sale at low prloea
saay terms ; excellent land for stool,
raising. Ask for booklet II on Wisconsin
Central Land Grant; state acres eaanted.
If Interested In fruit lands, ask tor book
let oo Apple Orchards Address Land Cam
mlsslonrr Soo Rillw Minneapolis. Mlaa.
FARM LAND WANTED
DAIRY FARM wTNTKD!
Party with 70 head of stock wants
dairy farm. Can take possession March l,
1917 or 1018. Address Box 7662, Bee;
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
TEAM, about 2,660 lbs., and wagon for
ale. 6104 H. 17th, Col tax 3tt.
USED CAR DEPARTMENT.
Phone D. 3298.
8047 Farnam St.
FORDS, TOURING CARS, $175 UP.
Alao Butcka, fltudebakera, Huppa and
other light cara from 812b. 01) up. I.nweat
prices In America, (.ara demonstrated.
Llat furnlehed to out-of-town purchaaera.
Send for It; no obligation.
USED CARS AT REAL
1914 Interstate, T-passenger, good con
1014 Abbott-Detroit, 7 -passenger, elec
tric light and starter, $300.
1914 Ford touring. Just overhauled, 1261.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
Douglas 863. 3216-18 Farnam St.
Who's setting the pace now ?
Tn the first nhir? months of 1016
THE BEK gained 42.906 Paid Ads.
EXCEEDING the COMBINED OAIN of
the other two Omaha papers for same
iverlod by more than
20,000 PAID ADS.
Good Results, Good Rates, Good Service.
Fire, Theft and Liability at loweat rate.
KII.l.Y. ELLIS THOMPSON,
18-14 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. 'Jong, 8811
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
22(i Farnam St. Douglas 2810.
1914 Hudnon Coupe , 7Sf
1916 Velie Six, Touring 6fi0
)916 Pulman, Touring 990
1916 Mitchell, Touring, sacrifice.
CROSRTOWN OARAGE, 816 S. 24th Bt.
Doug. 4442. We buy OLD CARS, Parts
for Hup 20, Oldsmoblle, Chevrolet, Appor-
WE will trade you a new Ford tor your old
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO.,
20th and Hsrney PUS' HBl'
DON'T throw sway old Urn. We make on
new tire from two old one and save you
60 per cent. 2-ln-l Villr-fmtzlng Co., ir16
Davenport St., Omaha. INpp. Douglas 291 4
COKD tires tor Fords, 80x2. 88.66; 80x24
111.66. Zwlebel Bros. D. 4878. 2618
OUR REPAIR VORK WILL BATISFT YOlT
TELL BIN R Lis. I,
8818 Harney 8L Doug. 1140.
Auto Repairing and. Paintinf
" STHOMBKRO 'SERVICE,"" STATION.
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS. 1604 Jarkson St.
Carburetors my specialty. Bed 4148,
1100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls tvpatwi Hvsn.-.rrr. 3m w. ism.
NEB Auto Radiator Repair flervtoe anj
prices rtht im k inn ti. u tsss.
Auto Livery and Carafes.
EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al-
way ready." Omaha Oarage, ivl J name
St. Tyler 66 .
Automobiles for Hire.
FORD for rent. Ton may drive It. I charge
by mite. Doug. 8622. Evenings, w. smb.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
BARLET-DAVIDSON MOTORCTCLF.S. Bar
gains In used machir.es. victor now. me
Motorcycle Man." '08 Leavenworth
flit" HAKLET-DAVIDSON, with side car:
fully equipped. Cheap, can uouex j.
after t:S0 p, m. N
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
James P. Balloy and wife to Mary
Loulne Clifford, Thirty-fifth avenue.
108 feet north of Davenport street,
east side, 60x126 1 "
F. J. MrShane, Jr., sheriff, to the
Bartholomew Real Bitste company.
Fourteenth street, 200 feel north of
nrnwi. mtrr-vt mstnt Hide. 40llll.6:
Fourteen!, street. 116 feet south of
Four street, east aide. 121.6x160....
Charles W. Martin and wife to William
R. Howard, northwest corner seven
teenth and Laird, 40x126 1
Cora B. Sorennen and husband to
George Ford, southwest corner
Fourth and State streets, Florence,
. P. Dodge. Jr.. and wife to Harry
Forman and wife. Twenty-fourth
street, 89.64 feet south of Decsur
t rMnt. went at do. 4H.6SX120 2
Johnnna Bora-huff to BomsIo F. Petty.
Twenty-eighth street, 116 reet west
of Walnut street, north side, 88x118. 6 1
Charles 1). McLaughlin lo Anna L.
Bunting, Larlmore avenue, 100 reet
enet of Thirty-third street, north
Hide, 40x128 1
Chester J. Dutton and wife to Man
hattan Oil company, Kieventn street,
816 feet north of Nicholas street, eant
aide, 72x128; Twenty-fourth street,
120 feet south of K street, east side, ,
Martcaret Campbell and husband to
Raymond L Willie, laard street, loo
feet east of Fifty-first street, south
side. 60x136 1
Emory J. Ltpp. et al, trustee, to Rom (
E. Flood, Thirty-ntntn street, xiw
feet south of O street, west side,
Michigan Mutual Life lnurance com
pany to Robert Maybter, Twenty
eighth street, 120 feet north of Jack
son street, west side. 20x140 1,000
Chester C. Williams and wife to Nor
man A. McCorkle, Lynn avenue, Hen-
son, 100 feet north of Reed street.
east side, 60x128
Lllllam B. Folsom to Arthur Theodore,
at al, Harney street, forty-eighth
feet east of Forty-fourth street,
north side. 48x182.6 t
Henry 8. Johnson to Carl A. Johnson,
Hum toga street, feet east or
Forty-seventh street, north side,
ft. J. Edwards to Anna C. Knudsen,
Weir avenue; Benson, 860 feet south
of Reed street, west side, 128x160... 1
BREAK ALL RECORDS
October the Biggest Month in
History ox City Had Big
gest Day and Week.
THIRTY-FIVE PER QENT UP
The bigsest month in the history
of the Omaha Clearing house was
the 'record established by October
Three separate and distinct records
were broken during the month.
First, the bank clearings for the
month of October broke al! previous
records; second, the biggest week in
history was in October; third, the big
gest day in history was in October.
ihe total c carinas tor : October
were $132,240,393.29. This breaks the
record established during March this
year by $18,000,000. . The total clear
ings for the corresponding month a
year ago were $98,352,313.50, the gain
for the current year being $34,000,000,
or about 35 per cent.
Ihe biggest week in the history ot
the Omaha Ocarina: house occurred
during the week of October 16 to 21,
inclusive, when the clearings reached
a mark of $32,618,817.64.
Octobor 1J was the - record-breaking
single day, when the clearings
' CHICAGO LIVE STOCK HARKHT.
Cattle Weak Hojrs Weak Sheep Firm.
Chlcaio, Oct. 81. Cattle Receipts. 11, Son
V. I . .. U. A.1. .alius h.nr 1st AO
U.fcf); western ste'ertf, $6.189.60; stoctcer
and feeders, st.flD w i.i9 , cow ana neuers,
I :i. afiffl-9.40: reives. 16. 7G 0 11.00.
Hokh Receipts, 68,000 head ; market
wrk, mostly luc unner yesterday s average;
bulk of nali, S 40 ; Hicht, 19.100.60;
mixed, (It. 36010.20; heavy, MO10.aO;
roufih, $0.8G$9.5ft; plus, fl.76$K.fi0.
Sheen and Lambs Receipt, 17,000 head;
market firm; wethers, $7.36 S.flO; ewes,
3,90&7.60; lambs, lh. GQ0U.ll).
At. Louis Live fltock Market.
St. Louis, Oct. 81. Cattle Receipts, 7.S00
head ; market, steady ; native beef steers,
67.50 1 1-1 6 ; yearling n tee re and heifers.
(S.GOfiJll.15; cows, $6. 6047. SO; markers and
fecilerft, 16.3007.60; prime southern nteers,
18.0009.00; cows and heifers, 4. 607. 60;
prime yearling steers and hulfers, 7.60
9.00; native calves, 6. 00010.76.
Hogs Receipts, 14.100 head; market,
lower; Hutu, $9.60010.00; piKL 66.6009.36;
mlxfd and butchers $9. 66010.10; good
heavy, 1 1 0. SO 1 0. Ift ; bulk, $9.60010.16.
Sheep and Lambs RerelpU, 3.600 head:
higher; Ismhs, $7.60011.16; ewes, $3,760
7.26; yearllpgs, $8.0006.76.
' Kansas City IJve Ktork Market,
Kansas City, Oct, III .Cattle Receipts,
22,000 head; market steady to ntrong; prime
feil Kteers, $9,60411.00; dresHPil bettf steers,
$7,Sll(9.a6; western strers, $H. 6009. 26; tows,
I4.fi09c8.25; hclferH, $6. 6009.26; murker and
f-drs, $5,7508.00; bulls, $4.71.0 ti. 26; calves.
Hogs Receipts, 26,000 head ; market
1nwr; hulk of nales, $9,604110.06; heavy,
$9.9(1010.10; packers and butchers, $9,600
10.06; light, $9.60010.00; pigs, $H.3&09.26.
Hhffp and LamhH RcMpfH, 12,000 head;
ifliirkct higher; lambn, $10. 60 11 . 10 ; year
ling, $7.7506.76; wethers, $7.OO0H.OO; ewes,
Hloux City Live Mtoek Market.
Sioux ' City, Oct. 61. Cattle Rftoelpts,
1,100 hoad; market steady; beef steers, $6.00
09 00; butchers, $5.9006.36; runners, $160
05.10; mockers and feeders, $6.0001. 10;
bulls, stssli, etc., $6.0006.00; feeding cows
nnd heifer. $4.7006.76.
Hogs Receipts, 6,000 head; market
steady; light, $9.4609.60; mixed, $9,600
$.65; heavy, $9.11609.70; bulk of Hales, $6.60.
Hheep and Lambs Receipts, 1.800 head:
markot 1 ft 0 25c higher; ewn, $6.6007.60;
Uve Stock in might.
Receipts at the five principal western
markets today were:
South Omaha ,
Sioux City ...
Totals. . . . .
. .41,600 73,300 76,600
New York, Oct. 31. Sugar Raw, steady;
centrifugal, 6.62c; molasses. 6.66c; refined,
steady; fine granulated, 7.60ifjp7.66c. Sugar
futures opened lower under liquidation by
Wall street and commission houses. At
noon prices were 8 to 11 points lower.
Itr. Hell's Plne-Tar-lloney.
For your cold and bronchial cough use
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It outs the
phlegm, relieves congestion. Only 36c. AIL
Cattle. Hogs, nhenp.
.11,000 3.600 27,000
.11,000 38,000 17,000
. 7.300 14,000 S.600
. 1,200 6,000 1,600
MEW YORK STOCKS
Market Movei Within Narrow
and Irregular Groove.
NEW PAPER RECORDS MADE
New York, Oct. SI. For the gerater part
of the session today's market moved within
a narrow and Irregular groove, except for
further activity and hither prices In the
paper snd fertiliser tssuns and other spe
cialties hitherto of doubtful status as mar
N'W records were registered by interna
tional Paper preferred acd American Writ
ing Paper preferred at lO'i snd MH, re
spectively, while adv:,nvi In International'
Agricullurnl Chemical common and ir-
fprrpd, American Amt-'iiltuntl Chi-mlra',
American Llnaeeu fommo'i ana preferred
and Corn Products ranged from 3 In Mlmost
Munitions and equipments, notably Cruel
hi Steel, Republic Iron. American and Raid
win locomotives, and sml-war dea-'rlitliri.
uch as Industrial Alcohol, Central L ilir
and American Zinc helped to lift nvorngcv
of the forenoon with American Smcillng,
PlMxIiurth Coal and Virginia Coal and I run.
I'nlted "tales Uteel waa firm at the out
set. mHlng more or le steady advances
with (he progress of trailini snd scoring an
extreme gain of It points to 14 points to
1I94, closing under its beat, steers
course was watched with unusual Interest
for some intimation of theactlon of the
directors on the dividend.
Motors and subsidiaries were under pres
sure of the same character as that re
cently noted In shipping shares, together
with olhar more Isolated Issues, suggesting,
sporadic bearish autlvlly. Canadian Pacific
and Rock Inland wore moat reactionary of
the rsllM. thla condition being only slightly
overcome In th final hour, when Reading's
rise Imptirtod more firmness to that dlvtelon.
The steel (vunrtcrly statement, issued after
the cloae of the market and accompanied by
the announcement of another extra 1 per
cent dividend, established a new record of
earnings of $R6.61T,it0ft, with a surplus of
almost IB I, ooo.ooo. Total sales of stocks ag
gregated $76,000 shares.
Bonds were more stesdy, the recent de
cline In foreign Isaui being corrected on
lighter orterings. Tutsi sales, par value,
United states bonds were unchanged . on
Number of sales and quotations on lead
ing atocka were;
Sales. High. Low. Clnae.
Am. Bast Sugar... M0 nut 102 102H
American Can t.RAQ !S 61 61
Am. Car A Foundry 2,800 67 6T 67
Am. Locomotive 7,l0 H,1i 81 $2
Am. Smelt, Ref ..100,900 111 til 11$
Am. Hugsr Ref.,.. 1,800 111 110 110
Am. Tc. Tel.... 400 133 1.13 In
Am. Z. L. A R 12.200 S.lfc 60 62
Anaconda Copper,. 16,100 95 1,1 94
Ttohlson 1,300 107 10T 107
naid. Locomotive., lo.ano n ss a
Baltimore A Ohio.. 1,700 $ 17 67
Hrook, Ripid Tran $4
B. A R. CooDtr.... 6.700 66 66 66
Cal. Petroleum , 21
Canadian Pacific... J,00 171 171 171
Central Leather.... 3T.7O0 M $4 16
Chesapeake Ohio l,90 19 68 66
C, M. St. P 300 $$ 94 94
Chicago A N. W 119
C, It. 1. A P. Ry.. 41,400 3B 64 84
China Copper 9,600 tt 61 61
Colo. Fuel A Iron. . 1,900 6K 62
Corn Products Ref. 17,900 19 17
Crucible Steel . . $1,800 $1 67
DlHtlllers' Securities 800 4ft 40
Brie 6,600 89 16
uenerai Biectric... s.auo in mx
Orat No. pfd..... 1.100 118 lit 118
Or eat No. Ore otfis
l.iuv 4att saw
Illinois Central 106
Inter. Con. Corn 4.700 19 19
Inspiration Copper. 10,300 IT 66 66
Inter. Harvester... 900 117 117 116
Int. M. M. pfd. ctfa. -1,100 114 112 mil
k, C. Southern. .
mo an 17 If
1,200 64 5H 63
Kennecott Copper. ,
Louisville A Naah.,
1,600 108 106 106
Miami Copper , 4,000
. K. t. nfd SOU lit lVt
Mleaourl Pacific... 1,100 114 H
ftiomane rower a.
National l.aii 100 11 16
Naw York C.ntral.. 1.700 10S 107 107
N. Y., N. H. H.. 700 II 10 U 10
Norfolk A Western 1.600 14346 141
Northern Pacific... 1.900 113 111
Pacific Mall 100 19 16
Pacific Tel, A Tel. ,
Pennsylvania 8,100 18
, .... 87
, 17,800 110
Ray con. copper... t.buo iq
Rep. Iron A Steel. ,
Shattock Aria. Cop
Southern Pacific. .
Stud soaker Co. , . ,
1,400 100 100 100
8,300 19 11 111
18,000 139 117 U6
8,000 38 18 23 V
910 IH 124 I84V
Union Pacific.:,.. 11,800 161 160 160
Union Pacific pfd. 81
U. 8. Ind. Alcohol.. 4,600 14 146 140
U, S. Steel ....130,000 119 117
U. S. Steel pd 1,700 131 181
Utah Copper 9,800 106 106
pfd. "B". , 1,000 30 30 30
Union..., 400 108 01 103
lou.e Eleo. 18,700 64 63 63
Total sales for the day, 176,000 share.
' New York Money Market,
New York, Oct. 11. Mercantile laper
1 per cent.
Sterling ftxehange Sixty - day bills,
$4,76; commercial sixty-day bills, 14.70;
demand, $4.76; cables, $4,76 7-16.
Sliver Bar, 68o( Mexican dollars, 6lo.
Bonds Government, steady) railroad,
Time Loana Soft; sixty days. 8 3
per eent; ninety days, lt8 per oent; six
months, 8tT9 per eent.
Call Money Steady; high, 8 per eent;
low, 8 per oent; ruling rate, 8 par cent;
last loan, 8 per eent) closing bid, 3 .per
cent; offered at 1 per oent.
U. S. r. Is, reg. 69L. A N, un. 4a.. 66
do coupon ... 99M.t K. A T. 1 4a 77
U. B. 8a, reg,...100M. P. oon. 6s... 108
'iMont. power bs. bb
N. Y. C. deb. 8a.ll4
N. Y. City 4a.ll0
j'N. Y.. N. H, A
M. ft. 6a lllti
U 6. 4s, rug.
Am. Smelt. 6s
Am. Tel. A Tel.
cv. 4 11 Hi No. Paclflo 4a... I8U
Anglo-French 6s. 94 do 3s 67
Atch. gen. 4s... 64Ore. S. L. ref. 4e. 93
R. A O 4s 61Pac. T. A T. 6.. 108
Beth, St ref, 6a.l08Ponn. con. 4s...l0
Central Pac. 1st. 90 do gen. 4...103
C. A O. cv. 4S. HRnadlng gen. 4s. 06
C, B. A Q, J I. -4s $8 St. h, A San. F.
C. M. A Ht. P. ref. 4s 83
cv, 6s 107 So. Pao. cv, 6a. .106
C, TV I. A P. Ry. do ref. 4s 98
ref 4s T6Sn, Railway 6s. .101
--'. u. nft union Pacific 4a, 9h
P. A R. 0. c, 4S-. 91 do cv. 4s 94
Erie gsn. 4s 7i.u..a. Runner s
- 6s. .102
.,i.n. u..i06i-u. b. ntee
No. 1st tUs.100 West. Union
I. C. ref. 4s 6lDom. of C, 1931.100
Int. M. M. 6s.in8 jiid.
K. C, So. ref. 6s 90
London Stock Market.
London, Oct. 81. Anmrtcan securities
were steady early, but the closing was be
low the beat on ths Stock eichange here
Sliver Bar, 12 d per ounce.
Money 6 per cent.
Discount Rates H ho rt bills, 6 06 per
cent; three months, 6 06 per cent.
Omaha, Oct. 8 1 .Bank clearings for
Omaha today were $4 237,190.18, and for the
corresponding day last year, $11,063. 083. 26.
The total clearings for the month of Oc
tober were $132,240,388.89, and for the cor
responding month a year ago, $98,361 313.60.
New York, Oct. 31. Cot tun Futures
opened stuady; December, 18.66c; January,
18.66a; March, 8.61o; May, 11.70c; July,
Spot, steady; middling upland, 19.16c;
sales, 1,700 bales.
Futures closed firm; December, 19,1 On;
January, 19.10o; March, 19,86c; May, 19.37c;
Jul. 19.86c. '
The cotton market closed at a net advance
or f'ti to no points.
Liverpool. Oct. 31. Cotton Spot, easier.
(good middling, 10.91c; middling, 10.77c; low
middling, lo.uic ; sales, 8, oon bales.
Omaha Hay Market.
Omaha, Oct. 31. Prairie Hay Choice up
land. t10.00ffilj.00; No, 1, (8.60010.00; No,
I, $7.0006.00: No. 3, $6.0007.00. Choice
Midland. $O.E&10.00; No. 1, 69.0GQ9.60; No.
8, $7.00(9.00; No. 8, $6.004?) T.00. Choice
lowhind, $7.606.60; No, 1, $9.6097.60; No.
9 1C f.fifJ!y Kfl: Nn . 14. 00fflv7.00.
Straw Choice wheat, $6.00 Q 6.60; choice
oat or rye. -66.00O6.60.
Alfalfa Cholc Is quotable at $14,600
16.00; No. 1, lll.&njfH.oo, Standard.' $11.60
912.00; NO. 2, $11.00011.60; No. 2, $t.00fj
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
New York, Oct. 81.-B vapor ted Apples-
Quiet nut nrm; ranry. ivbu; choice, th
WTftPi prime, otkhpic.
Dried Fruits Prunes, strong; Callfornias.
7 0 1 0 c ; Oregon, 70 1 1 He. Apricots,
stnsdy; choice, 160180; extra choice, 16H
0 1 tic : fancy, 1 6 0 1 B c. Peaches, steady :
choice, 7o; extra choice, 7Hc; fancy, 8140.
Raisins, nrm; loose muacateis, nominal
choice to fancy seeded, 9011Vic; seed
less. 1101IMiOi London layers, 16c.
Dry Goods Marketv
New York, Oct. 31. Cotton goods and
yarns were quoted quieter today. Prices
quoted at the carpet auction were cloae to
quotations for the current fall season. Silk
ribbons ware advanced from 6 to 10 per
cent, JODuera uiu n avuva nuainess.
COAL PRICES ARE
With, a Day's Notice Dealers
Raise the Cost of Soft Coal
for Next Monday.
INCREASED COST AT MINES
If you have not bought your winter
supply of soft coal, you had better do
so this week, for next week the price
is going to be advanced $1 per ton.
This means that grades of soft coal
that last winter sold at $6.50 retail,
and which so far this season have
been selling at $7, will be pushed up
to $8 per ton.
The coal that is to lead in the ad
vance is that known as Illinois dis
trict and includes all that coming
from the central and southern Illinois
mines. It is domestic, furnace and
Local dealers assert that they are
in no way responsible for the ad
vance that is to be made on soft coal.
Early in the summer they placed their
orders for coal delivery up to and in
cluding November 1. With the. com'
ing of November they assert th.it they
have been notified that the aummer
and early fall prices will no longer
maintain, and that an advance corre
sponding to the one being made to
the consumer is to be made at the
mines, and that it will be applied to
Three Reasons Given.
Three reasons for the advance in f
the soft coal prices are given. The
first is that the wages of the miners
have been increased. However, this
increase ii not in comparison with the
increase that is proposed for the con
sumer to pay. The increase to the
miners has been all the way from 6 to
15 cents per ton.
The freight car shortage ii given
as another reason for justifying the
advance in coal prices, and the asser
tion of a shortage of help and the un
usual demand for coal ii given at the.
third and last reason for boosting the .
Whether hard coal and coke prices
will be kited along with those on soft
coal is not known. Dealers assert that
they have no advices on these classes
of fuel, and consequently they are uo-'
able to lay; what will be the ultimate
result following the advance in aoft .
coal. - , '.
Local Supply tight '
With the report of an advance in
coal prices along comes the informa
tion that the stocks of domestic, fur
nace and steam coal on hand are the
lightest ever known at thii season of
the year. It is laid that in the event
Of a, week of snug winter weather
cominar on at this time the suoolv of
coal in storage would be practically
exhausted. In fact, with bad weather
the report ta that there is hardly
enough steam coal to last three days.
Thousands of Cans .
Of Pork. Tomatoes,
Five thousand saltons of canned
tomatoes have been condemned by
the United States of America and
Federal Tudse Woodrouiih aiarned the
oaoera Tuesday ordering the 5,000
cans destroyed. They are at Norfolk.
Also 400 cases, each case containing
two dozen cans of pork and beans,
were condemned, and also twenty-one t
sacks of red kidney beans, each sack
containing 200 pounds.
: All the things are at Norfolk. The
work of destroying them will be done
by Deputy United Mates Marsnai
Morgan, who wilt probably have to
hire some men to help in cutting open
the 14,600 cans of beans and tomatoes.
Word was sent with the papers that
the stuff mav be fed to hogs if the
owners wish. But it won't be fed to
human beings. . x
NEW YORK GKNKRAX MARKET.
Quotation of tha Par on Tartooa Leading '
v ommonu im,
Nam York, Ont. SI. Flour Firm: aprlnf
patent, (B,6lfl6.80; wlntar patanta, 66.80 9
6,06; wlntar atraithU, fl.4ft4fS.SO.
Wheat No, S durum, 11-17, No. 1 hard,
11.06 j No, 1 northern Duluth, naw, fs.0;
No. 1 northern Manitoba, 63,00 f. o. b.
Corn Spot, ateady; naw No. S yellow,"
11. II to arrive o. 1, f. New York.
Oata Spot, Hearty; itandard, ftiOfttHc
Hay Steady: No. 1, 11.06; No. S, 66c 9 ,
91.00; No. 8, 86 60o; Hhlpplns, 80c.
Hops Steady; atate, common to chnk,
1916, 4fi6Jlo; 1916, CO 16c; Pacific voatt,
191H, 140 17e;' 1616, 1010.
Hlea Strons; Bogota, 88 0 4Oo; Central
America, 8flc. ,
Leather Firm; hemlock flrata, 48c; ec
ondH, 4 Re. i ' 1
ProvlHlon Pork, unsettled; ricm, $31,000
31. 00 j family, f 81.00084.00; ahort clear,
131. 00080. 60. Beef, unsettled; mena, f22.60
088.60; family, 125.00036.60, Lard, atrong;
middle went, 117.30017. 40.
Tnllow lutct; city, lOc; country, 10H
011oi npeclal, 11c, i
Butter Firm; receipts, 1,798 tube;
creamery, S6S7Hc; creamery extraa, 86
086c; flrata, S4086Kc; aeconda, 830
Kkbb Firm; receipts, 10,78 caaee; frenh
gathered extra fine, 40043c; extra f irate,
8S(j)39c, flmtn, 86 0 87c; aeconda, S10S4c.
rheeee Firm; receipt, 1.101 boxea; atafe
freith eperlala. 21 c; elate freah apectala,
average fancy, 21 081 o.
Poultry Alive, firm; no price settled:
driHHfld, dull and weak; chick en a. lt08Oo:
fowle, 160.BHe; turkeya, 2O08Oo. ,i
New York, Oct. 31. Coffee Slight early
decline were followed by ralllea In the mar
hot for coffee futurea today, with July con
tract pulling up from 8.60c to 1.70c on a
renewed demand from outalda aourcea which
aeemcd to come largely from broken with
cotton trade connection. The market opened
unchanged to 4 points lower, and aottvt
month atold about 3 to 6 polnta under last
nlirht'a cloning figures during the early trad
ing aa a reault of scattering liquidation ol
little trade tailing euppoeed to bo againnl
rncent coat 1nd freight purchaaea. Offer
ings were light, however, and tha market
wild up 6 or 10 pojnta from the lowest on
buying which neenml to be stimulated by
Ihe strength of cotton, The cloae waa 6 to
8 points net higher. Sales, 40,760 bags. No.
vemljer, 8.82c; December, 8.86c; January,
8,39c; February, 8.46u; March, 6.61c; April
8,B6c; May, 8.61c; June, 8.66c; July, 8.70cj
Auguat. 8.74c; September, 8.78c ; October,
8,63c, Spot coffee, quiet; Rio 7a, Ho: flan
tnn 4s, 10c. Vrrh o"ia from Brazil wert
delayed, th few received being about un '
changed and ranging front 10.15c to 10.2f
fnr Santos 4a, London credits'. The off loir "
cables reported no change In tha prlmar,
Oil .oil Itoaln.
Bavannab. Ort. SI. Tarpantln. Urni
4ISifli46o; aal.H, 41, bbla.: r.c.lpts. 481 bbls.;
flhipmenta. 2'AH bbl.a; alurk. 11.471 bbuf.
Roatn Firm: aalfa. 10, raaka; reeetbta
1.944 raaka; Mhlpments, 11,1,1 caaka; stork
7!(.,: cairka. guota: A. B. C, D, .2nl .
K, r. I.:d: o, i.2(b ith; H, Ii.soa
I.U; I, K. 14.39; M. 11.3(01.40: N, l.4Sa
4.471,1 WO, 16. B; WW, 14.70.
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