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COOL rooms for lummer, (1 week; Apti
Si Bluff. 0flDBI HOTL, Coun.
20TH AND FARNAil
' Special low rate to
permanent g ueets.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
ANGELES APARTMENT. 25TH AVE.
AND DOUGL A SL
4-r. apartment, fireproof and sound-
pruoi , disappearing Murphy beds. Au
lomauo elevator. Roof garden. Strictly
ATTENTION. BOOM HUNTERS I "
If you fall to find the room vou
desire among theaa ada call at The
Bee office tor a Room List Aiu..
complete deacriptlon of vacant rooms In
all part of the city. New l!ta issued
JLST opened, excellent rooma tor students,
business men and women, newly furnished
newly decorated, atrlctly modern, fine lo.
n cr line, also easy walking
m n. rnone Ty. z:ss
inv oeatmruuy furnished, connecting
"""io iwr luree or lour adults,
wtih or without kitchenette; private lava-
viryj aiao singia room. Harney 551,
ROOM In Leavenworth Heights, new home.
rcaaunauitaj reierences. rnone Wal. 2028.
SPLENDIDLY furnished suite of rooma with
bath; modern apartment; private family;
near excellent board; gentlemen only.
Harney 4814 or Tyler 1413.
LARGE, comfortable room, Hanscom
Park district Block to car line. Twenty-flve-mlnute
walk to Hth and Farnam
streets. Harney 1481.
TO 1 or i gentlemen, nlcevfurn. room with
private family, walking dlat., steam beat
and all mod. conveniences; on Lear. St.
References. Call Tyler 2696-W.
SIS PARK AVE. Nicely furnished pleasant
room, modern, walking distance or con
venient to Farnam car. Seasonable, Har.
ney 4963. I
DESIRABLE close In rooms, suitable for
two or three people; can arrange for dou
ble or single. SOD N. 20th 8t Red 140.
CLOSE-IN, beautiful, large, aunny rooma.
with, private lavatory, in strictly modern
noma, west Farnam district. 660 S. ,28th.
6LOSE in rooms, suitable for studio, office,
dreMmaKer. o-. with living ran.
"""" i. r . au, s Hamge. O. 7408.
APARTMENTS- ,u ' prlcea, splen
did location. 24th and Farnam. D. 1471
" uav KM,ORT ST t rooms, hot watr
heat. 315. E. H. Benner Co. Douglas 8406.
VERY nice 4-roo niflat. furnace heat, elec
tric light, white enamel bath and prao
tically walking distance on N. 18th St..
only $;o; no children and lease required.
EDWARD P. WILLIAMS CO., Realtors,
ovo-t urn, niat. uk. Bldg. Doug. 420.
7-R. APARTMENT, t"!,: wlnf.r r.i. sir.
steam heat. Others 218 and up. G. p!
Stebblns. 1610 Chleato.
ESTABROOK apt. or office, facing 16th St.,
montn. u. e. BteDolns, 1610 Chicago.
-ROOM, modern flat, walking distance. (14
N. 21st St
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Will sell below cost (-room all modern
except heat cottage, almost new; south
front; has some fruit; chicken verd In
rear. This la located at 3110 Burdette,
close to car. Price (1.200. Can give
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
819 First Nat. Bank.
In Waverly Park, one block west of
Fontonelle Blvd. on 47th Ave., 8 rooms,
all modern, exterior frame and stucco,
stairway to floored attlo, oak finish In
living rooms, nicely decorated, brand new,
all ready for occupancy; furnace, full ce
mented basement' east front lot, nicely
sodded. Price 2J.80O. 3100 down, balance
C. G. CARLBERG. Realtor,
310-313 Brandels Theater Bldg,
PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
Specialists in Apartment Management
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
LOW-PRICED modern offices. Farnam
Bldg., 13th and Farnam, (Old Flrat Nat
FIRST TRUST CO., Tyler 800.
STOREROOM for rent. Sun Theater Bldg.
WORLD REALTT COMPANY (Realtora).
Douglas 5342. Sun Theater Bldg.
MODERN store, cor. 16th and Cass. Choice
location. Q. P. Stebbins. 1610 Chicago.
FURNISHED room for one or two gentle
men, modern. 2438 Ellison; close to good
ooarq. near Miner Park. Colfax 884.
PLEASANT furnished room to rent; private
home; 1 block from car line. 22d and
Pinkney Sts. Webster 4971.
MODERN, sanitary furnished rooms for
men only, at the Sunshine Apt 601 N,
17th. $2.(0 per week.
1211 DAVENPORT, clean, steam heated,
electric lighted, close In, home provlleges.
Douglas 8644, evenings.
LARGE airy room, phone, electric lights,
bath, furnace heat 884 8. 28th St Phone
ladies; board if desired; walking distance.
NEATLY furnished front room for two
FOR RENT In private family, large room
and sleeping porch; reaaonable. Harney
4006 HARNEY Nicely furn. rm. for gen
tlemen, all conveniences, modern. H. 4367.
3712 JACKSON Modern, private family;
walking distance; references. Harney 3622,
THE SCRANTON Opposite 2672 Harney;
cheerful, well furnished rooms 3 and up.
. EXCELLENT south room, private family,
new house, board optional, Tyler 2884,
MODERN room for gentleman; private fam
lly; wallting distance. Call Doug. 6335.
LARGE south room for twe. Prefer people
employed. Private family. Harney 6066.
3614 CHICAGO Large connecting rooma;
ground floor; reasonable. Harney 4383.
Qraystone, 25th . and Cass, reopened, nicely
furnished rooms, reasonable. D. 7994.
LARGE pleasant room, splendid location;
walking distance) 32. Harney 1060.
feooM in wn'le place, modern home, ret
erenees. Phone Webster 766. '
t NEWLY furnished rooms, all modern.
2411 Chicago St. Red 1965.
' 1611 Howard, nicely furnished rooms.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished large rooma In
strictly modern home; private lavatory
and mirror doom; kltchenet If desired.
2117 POPPLETON AVE. Nicely furnished
- . front room In modern, private home;
board if desired. Phone Tyler 2161-J.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service in moving, packing and
tortng, call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4838.
FURNISHED room for gentlemen; H block
to car; good home cooking; private fam
ily. 715 8. 81st St. H. 8384.
J. C. REED
FOR TWO Large room, modern home, ex
cellent board; no other roomers; reason
able. Harney 1633.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
WANTED By private family, young couple
or two gentlemen, with board and room.
NICELY furnished housekeeping rooms,
reasonable. 2013 Leavenworth, Douglas
2967 HARNEY Room and board for two
persons; also table board. Harney 8076.
TWO large, modern housekeeping rooms,
1608 Maple street Call Webster 8613.
CASS ST., 10202 furn. housekeeping rooms,
hot water heat; mod, home. H. 2676.
, LARGE rooms, modern ixcep furnace.
Webster 8303. 1T14 N. 24th St.
ONE large front housekeeping room reason
able. Close In. 2312Douglas. ,
WANTED two refilled gentlemen to board
and room. , Webster 6645.
TABLE board, good home cooking. H. 830.
Board and Rooms.
LARGE, atrlctly modern rooms, beautiful
furniture, single or connecting; excellent
board. K. 1786. ' .
BEMIS park district, room and board for
two young men; private home. Wal. 2613.
844 S. 23D ST. Room and board, 87 per
week: close in; good German board.
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT Half brick house, strictly mod
ern, aeven rooms and bath, all newly dec
orated, new plumbing, bath and kitchen
fixtures, furnace perfect house easily
heated, large floored attie, brick base
ment under entire bouse, laundry room,
gas and electricity, nice fixtures, yard,
. large porch fine neighborhood, on car
line, twelve minutes from city. Kent
140.00. Lease to suit Phone Harney 4368.
R. E. McConnell.
128 S. 35TH ST. 350. Sun parlor and sleep
!ng porch. Phone owner. Douglas "221.
GOOD 6-room mod. cottage, 25th and Dav
enport, 221 per montn. Tel. warney
ROOMS, near high school, 20. G. P. Steb
blns, 1610 Chicago.
2020 LAKE lOrroom, modern home; hot
water heat; gas water heater; suitable for
two families. Garage. Webster 2686.
6-ROOM bungalow, all modern, 29th and
Fort Ste Vacant Oct 1, 226. Doug. 2802.
6-ROOM modern cottage; with garage, at
1408 Tlnkney. Call Colfax 1259.
STRICTLY modern (-room house, 2406 Em
met. Tel. Webster 1059.
NINE-ROOM modern house, 514 8. 20th St
245. E. H. Lougee Inc. 638 Keellne Bldg.
1729 a 28TH ST. Six rooms, modern, $26.
B. H. Benner Co., Douglas 8408.
818 8. 19TH ST. Close in, nicely furnished
room, modern, 32 week.
1725 S. 28TH ST. Six rooms, modern, 826,
E. H. Benner Co., Doug. 8406.
HOUSES AND COTTAGES.
6-r.; 1612 Carter Lake Blvd 313.00
7-r.. 256 Pierce St 325.00
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
"V t-r., 530 S. 24th Ave
-r.. 1909 California St .........
- n ...... . nAr.t.nif
j.rV 3214 Corby 8t......, 325.00
,.r-2 S. 31st Ave... 325.00
6-r"' sH? Florence Blvd 337.50
6-r 24lSeward St 320.00
.. Sfmittewey Ave ....,,,.337.50
7-r'. S07 N 3d St., 825.00
S r., 3901 N. RtbJ3t.
t-r.. 625 S. 26th s1"'
9-r., 3919 ChcagcxSt.
10-r., 666 S. 28th St..
1A-r. 321 TVirfiri. Bt . .
15-r.. 4219 fc. 24th S 30 0
vftnrnv arvriSPT HEAT.
10-r., 706 S. 18th 8t7- - --y--'"UM
PORTER SHtl-1"1'11" ....
S. 17th St. Douglas 5013.
Office with HOME GUILDERS,
u'e. tt.ni mnri hr.iiB -n.ft apartments to
rent The fact that we av practically;
cleaned out our big list is ,tonoluslve proof
of the efficiency of our ret"1 service. If
' you want to keep your plalce rented see
Payne A Slater Co.. "Om'eha'a Rental
Men." 613 Om. Nat Bk Bldg- P"-
309 8. 13th St, 10-r.. mod. ef- neat' s0'
1T14 Sahler St, 6-r. bungak1w mod.
827.54. . ' . V
1012 N. 45th St.. 8 mi.' all rljed.. 824.00.
BIRKETT 4 COMPAN4Tt ...
250 Bee Bldg. . Pout'"
918 S. 31ST 8-R ........ .
, 3301 Dewey Ave 8-r
2556 Harney, 10-r...
Ice: near S6th and Ames.
r.,.. ..... 80.00
y modem, good ca.r "rv-
id Ames. Websi r 15sl-
Until" In M par'. of lh Hv
cr.K un, v;:s tu,t us
'"f . U
Ill 8. 16TH St., steam heat
JOHN N. FRENZER, Douglas 664.
4718 8. 24TH St., South Side. Near P. O.
B. H. Benner Co. Douglas 8406.
MODERN store. 16th St.. near postofflce,
278. O. P. 8tebbins, 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
PART of office for any purpose except real
estate; can have separate room with fur
niture. Call up Douglas 8862.
GRAB IT NOW!
4-room house. North Omaha; fine yard;
3 Blocks from car line; nearly new. Must
DS sold at once. A bargain at 81,300.
l.i .MJ, 4.-0 securities B!dr.
BEST VALUE IN DUNDEE
A practically new house with first floor
arrangement of large living room, sun
room, dining room, kitchen and den on
the first floor; 2d floor, 4 nice bedrooms:
large attic; oak floors throughout Pull
lot on high ground with garage and drive
way. Price 25.760; 1-3 cash.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Well located lota ou easy terms. Mod
ern, attractive homes. Before buying be
sure and see
GEO R G E & CO. i
919-20 City National.
GOOD house and good chicken house on 1H
acres in Florence. Flor. 461. No real
estate man need apply.
TEN acres, close In. lass fine. 34.000. Tel!
502 SOUTH 41ST.
8 -room house Just completed; the latest
in architecture ; corner lot. east front;
garage. Call us for price and terras,
Small payment down.
246 Omaha Nat Bank.
ONE 6-room and one 4-room cottage, both
on one lot; fine condition; live In one and
rent the other. Price1 for both, 32,750.
Very easy terms. No, 2433 & 20th St
NORRIS ft NORR1S,
400 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 4370.
SEVEN-ROOM modern home, two lots and
garage, 33,200. 3003 8. 17th St.
CHOICE office space, Balrd Bldg., 17tb and
Douglas. McCague Inv. Co.
R. S. TRUMBULL,
1306 1st Nat Bk. Bldg.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Houses and Apartments.
WANTED To rent six-room house, with
sun room or den and sleeping room. In
answering give kind of heat, location, rent
and full details. Box Y-204, Omaha Bee.
Furnished Apartments and Houses.
WANTED or 6-room apartment about
October 1. Address Box 6131, Bee.
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and moving
219 N.' lltb St Phone Doug
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Expert services; prompt attention. Your
moving, your packing, your storage.
Main Office, Central Furniture Store,
17th and Howard. Tel. Doug. 7786.
$500 Cash $3?260
$25 Per Month
The living room and dining room are
finished in select oak with beautiful built
in features; the bedrooms and bath are
white enamel ; the oak floors are well
smoothed and polished; the plurabl t and
light fixtures are the latest patterns; the
basement is full size of house, with hot
and cold water, and floor drain, making
Ideal laundry room; the furnace Is guar
anteed; the , garage and driveway are
new. A complete up-to-date home.
CALL WALNUT 677.
Phono Douglaa 288 for complete
list of vacant bouses and apart
menta. Also for storage, moving,
18th and Jackson Sts.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND 8TORAGB CO..
802 8. 16th. Douglaa 4161.
Express Co., Moving
Packing and 8toraga,
1207 Farnam 8t Web. 2748. Doug. 6143.
FOR SALE By owner, half brick house,
atrlctly modern, seven rooms and bath,
newly decorated, new plumbing, bath and
kitchen fixtures, furnace perfect, house
eaaily heated large floored attic, brick
basement entire house, bath tubs, gas and
electricity, nice fixtures, yard, large porch,
fine neighborhood, on car line, 3109 Pa
cific St., twelve minutes from city, adver
tised recently for 35,600. Will sell for
34,400. Owner leaving city. Phone Harney
4368. R. E. McConnell.
West Farnam District
Residence, seven-rooms, three on first
floor oak, four on second white enamel,
hot water heat tiled vestibule and bath.
Reasonable terms If desired.
108 Farnam Bldg.
GARAGE OR APARTMENT SITE
Southwest corner 29th Ave. and Douglas,
100 feet to Farnam, 375 per foot.
ALLEN & BARRETT,
518 Bee Bldg. Douglas T768.
WEST FARNAM BARGAIN. 32.300. .
6-r. modern house, oak finish and oak
floor, first floor; furnace, electric light,
full lot, east front, one-half block to car.
F. D. Wead, 810 8. 18th St.
Located high and sightly, 3 2d, near De
catur atreet We sold seven In this loca
tion last season. Has five rooms, closets
and bath, full basement, large, roomy
porch. All decorated with high grade
paper, tile In kitchen and bath. Shades
and electric fixtures. Oak finish In liv
ing and dining rooms, pedestal opening
with bookcases. Price 32,925. Substantial
flrat payment, balance monthly like rent.
This la 33,260 value. Call for appoint
Phone D. 6886.
819 First Nat. Bank.
2706 Dorcas Street
Only $75 Cash
Balance $20 Per Month
This house only built 4 years. Is In the
finest condition. Has full cemented base
ment; electric lights, gas, toilet cement
walks around house. Chicken house and
large chicken yard fenced tight. Call Ty
ler 60 and ask for Mr. Clark.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors)
1614 Harney Street Phone Tyler 60.
Five room bungalow, classy, outside and
Price 33,850, reasonable terms.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL
ten fit' teen or twenty cru. .., in
376 per acre and up. Tel. Wal, 366.
Real Estate, Loans. Mortgages.
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Strike at Packing Houses
Makes Cattle Market Un
settled and Lower; Hog
Prices Are Higher.
Official Tuesday 13.480
Official Wednesday ..10,353
Official Thutsday .... 6,334
Estimate Friday .... 800
Omaha. Sept. 7, 1917.
Cattle. Hoga. Sheep.
10.751 3.324 1.8
Five days this week. 40,617
Same days last week. 37, 743
Same days 2 wks. ago. 43,004
Same days 3 wka. ago. 23,660
Same days 4 wks. ago. 18,733
Same days last year.. 18,846
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the l.nlon Stock Yards, Omaha, for twenty
four hours ending at 3 p. m. yesterday:
The best known investment la a well
selected first mortgage on farm or city
We negotiate this olsss of securities,
which we offer for sals to net tha in
vestor IV, and 6 per cent
E H. LOUGEE, INC.,
533 Keellne Bldg., Omaha.
LOOK THIS UP! Let us tell you the dls
count and see how Quick you do business:
35,000, second mtgt. on 8-story brick
apartment, due In 3 years, per cent
p. wuKnyiuiKT. 352 Neville Blk.
(42 Paxton Block,
FIVE-ROOM bungalow, strictly mod., oak
finish, built-in buffet and cupboards, high
grade fixtures, furnace heat dandyi lot I
block to car and school; price for quick
sale, $2,960; terms can be arranged, or
would consider auto as first payment.
RASP BROS., J10 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 711.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
Roal Batata and Insurance,
1330 Farnam St Doug. 1064.
REAL ESTATE Other Cities
FOR SALE Large home In Wichita, Kan.,
rapidly growing rich oil center, choicely
located, also suitable for family with
many children, fine rooming house or
sanitarium. Send for pictures and des
cription to Dr. H. Phillip, 716 N. Lawrence
Ave., Wichita, Kan.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AN UNUSUAL BARGAIN
15,750 WORTH $8,000 23,750 CASH
8 acres, short distance from the Cen
tral Park school (42d and Orand Ave.);
a good laying tract and easily subdi
vided Into lots .or half-acre homes. Any
live Investor can easily make 60 to 75
per cent profit on' this snap. Deceased
owner's will calls for sale of land and
division of money. This Is all clear. Call
ua today. .
Inter-State Realty Co.,
929-30 City Nat.
AFTER looking at 11 TINE LU8A 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that it was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lota.
IF YOU will come out today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
742 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
BEAUTIFUL 60-foot lots. Price 1220, only
32 cash and 60 cents per week. Doug. 1392.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
WILL trade for city improved property, 720
acres of farm land, modern house, feno.
Ing and Improvements; one mile river
bottom land, abundant water, 6 acre
timber, 650 acres tillable. Price, 326
per acre, and will trade for city Improved
property of equal value. If necessary I
will assume mortgage. Address F. W.
Toder, Mason, 8. D.
SHERIDAN, Dawes, Rock and Dundy Co.
Improved ranches, clear, for aalo or ex
change. 8. S. A R. E. MONTGOMERY,
Douglas 4810. 627 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
INVESTIGATE my system: Omaha Realty
Trading Co.. 18 Patterson Blk. Tyler 265.
REAL ESTATE Investment
CLOSE IN BARGAIN.
JUST WEST OF CREtGHTON
6-room, strictly modern, full 2-story
house, 2 rooms on first floor and t and
bath on second; large lot 60x140, east
front on paved street Owner haa a 2900
equity and will take cash or consider
trading hla equity for a clear lot
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
527 Omaha Nat Bank.
Some Fine Shade
Two Blocks From Car
$1400 $15 Down $14 Mo.
Northwest of Mtnne Lusa. We are able
to offer this tine site. Choice for fruit
and poultry. Especially desirable for one
working downtow-i. Direct car aervlce
16th and Farnam atreeta, and lo fare.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors)
1614 Harney Street. Phone Tyler 50.
GRAB THIS BARGAIN.
' 3500 EQUITY FOR 3375. '
4 .room house, 4119 N. 23th Ave. Price.
11,260. Balance 312.50 monthly Including
interest This place must bo sold In two i
week. Owner has to chang-e cllmute Call
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKEY & SON.
620 First National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
H. A. WOLF. Realtor. Ware Blk. Specialist
In downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED To buy six-room house, with sun
room or den and sleeping room. In answer
ing give kind of heat location, price,
terms and full details. Box Y-203, Oma-
. ha Bee. . .
WE have aeveral good reliable buyers for
6 and (-room houses and bungalows with
1200 to 3600 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co., Tyler 496, 701 Omaha Nat Bank
Bldg. " .
LISTING houses to rent or aell on emu 11 cash
payments; have-parties waiting. Western
Real Estate, 413 Karbach Blk, D. 3607.
IF you want quick action on your prop
erty, list It with me. -LUND.
420 ROSE BLDG., "TYLER 761.
WE have a customer for. a handsome brick
resiaence in - aesiraoie district, jr. u.
Wead. lit 8. 18th St
ARNDT TAYLOR can assist you. 1826
Laird Bt Webster 2029.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
GOOD DUNDEE HOME
AT RIGHT PRICE
15,260 bays 1-story, T-room modern
frame house with sleeping porch. Lo
cated on north front lot 60x133 feet; on
Burt St- near 62d; having a garage with
cement driveway to aame. House Is fin
ished In oak and blrchi paving Is paid In
fulL Property all clear and the price la
low for quick sale. Reasonable terms
csn be made and quick possession given.
GEORGE &' COMPANY,
Phone Doug 7ii6. 902 City Nat Bk. B'dg
.l.V.li..S wild lit.iiia (Me i!i lairoU.
tiltC. VAl It CAH. SSI lveli. V. IV. 1
CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rates
6. 614 and t per cent Reasonable com
mission. UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
FARM and city loans, running from five
to twenty years. Interest, 5 per cent, 54
per cent and 8 por cent. PETERS TRUST
w.. maa tarnam St., Omaha, Neb.
32,000 MTQE. bearing 6 pet. seiiTPannually;
secured by property valued at 36,80.
Ta I mage -Loo mis Inv. Co.. W. O. W. Bldg.
K. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loans.
City National Bank Bldg.
C. M. & St. P 1
Missouri Pacific....... 1
Union Pacific 4
C. A N. W., east
C. & N. W west 16
C, St. P., M. A O
C, B. & Q., east 1
C, P. & Q.. west 4
l, R. I. & P., east.... 8 1
C . R. I. & P., west
Illinois Central 1
Chicago Great West... 3
SHOPEN & CO.. PRIVATE MONEY.
FAJ?ManAcity luns- 6 6 nd per cent
W. H. ThomasKejillnjaJldjr j)oug. 1648.
1100 to 110.000 MADE promptly. . F. D.
u. reaa mug.. itn ana Farnam Sta.
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANST
v. i. UKAHAMi 604 Bee Bids'
MONEY to loan op mproved farma and
iiiur, R.IOKB investment Co., Omaha.
OMAHA HOMES. EAST NEB. FARMS!
OKEEFB R. E. CO., 1016 Omaha Nafi.
LSiWi EATK3- ' CARLBERG. 31Bren:
ftVL MONEY HARRISON 4k MORTONi
v 'v 916 Omaha Nr Dmv lai-i.
5 J "GARVIN BROST"
u LOANS Om. Nst nir BiV.
Stocks and Bonds.
A. L. WRIGHT.
Flatlron Hotel. Doug. 1787.
MONEY TO LOAN
OrVatrlilftfi hv thm 'RliailnosiSi Uan -.9 f U
if . v, a. u ft e VI VytllBk J I n .
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
eiv, o mo., a. gooas, total cost, 33.50.
Smaller, large am'ts proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
431 Rose Bldg. 16th and Farnam. Ty. (68.
jii.ue IZ4V.0 or more.
Easy payment. Utmost privacy.
140 Paxton Bldg. Tel. Doug. 2215,
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
80 ACRES, well Improved hill and bottom
tarrn, 312,000; will oarry back 37,000 at 6
per cent Ed. B. Gibbs, 8219 Harney St.,
120 aerea. heavy soil, 60 miles west of
Minneapolis; 75 acres cultivated, balance
timber, pasture; good 9-room house, barn
and other outbuildings; horses, 6 cows,
S head of young stock, hogs, chickens,
turkeys and all this year's crop, consist.
Ing of 26 acres extra good corn and small
grain; all goes at 185 per acre; 34,000
cash, balance 0 per cent
McMICHAEL INVESTMENT COMPANY,
600 Wllmao Bldg. Minneapolis, Minn.
FOR SALE Easy terms, good farms In the
famous corn and alfalfa belt of southwest,
ern Minnesota, near Iowa; best smooth
tiled land, well Improved, near towns. In
fine country 160. 320, 480 and 640 acres.
Also farms for share rent Owner, Calvin
Young. Hadley, Murray Co., Southwest
"HOWDY. FOLKS," 80 acrea smooth land1,
76 cultivation, well Improved, near town,
31,000. Many others. Scott, Mountain
3110 PER acre buys 850-acre well Improved
hard land farm, four miles meadow Grove.
Best ot terms. For description, write
A. C. WILLIAMS & CO.,
MEADOW GROVE, NEB.
FOR SALE 160-acre farm 3',4 mllea
from Clarks; no Improvements; about 110
acres farm land; about 60 acres pasture,
with good creek running through it;
finest kind of Platte valley farm; 390 per
acre If taken at once before time to put
In wheat. Come and see It Ask for P.
W. Crawford. Clarks, Neb.
10 ACRES Joining town of Lexington, Neb.
Equipped and used fo.' a chicken farm,
fair improvements, 6 blocka from court
house. Price 33,000 Easy terms.
A. A. PATZMAN, 628 Securities Bid.
SMALL Nebraska farm o neasy payments
6 acres up. We farm ths farm ws sell
you. The Hungerford Potato Growers'
association. 16th and Howard Sts., Omaha.
FOR SALE Cheap, my Improved 166-acre
farm near Ponca, Neb.; easy terms. If
desired. Address Dr. C. W. Olllln, (It
F. L, & T. Bldg.. Sioux City, la.
A FIRST-CLASS 320-acre farm 4H miles
from Hartlngton, Neb. Well Improved
and all good land; will sell or exchange.
See O. A. Kull, Oakland, Neb.
FOR SALE Imp. farm, H mile to modern
town. Peter Rock. Mason City, Neb.
LIST your lands for quick results with C
J. Canan. 310 McCague Bldg., Omaha.
"Heart of the Range,"
Jordan valley project, 44,000 acres Irri
gated land. Free map. Next excursion Sep
HARLEY J. HOOKER,
140 First Nat. Bank Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
GOOD corn land, east Texas. $25 an acre,
1 Get my free book.
W. 8 FRANK. 201 Neville Block. Omaha
POULTRY AND PET -STOCK
WANTED Fox terrier or Boaton bull male
pup. Will pay up to 35. Address Box 6132,
FOR SALE One thoroughbred New Zea
land rabbit. Colfax 2209.
THREE Frnch poodle puppies for sale.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Anna Conroy to Estelle A. Kelsner,
northwest corner of Forty-second
and U atreets. 50k120 $1,175
Martin Anderson to Carl C. Anderson,
northwest corner of Twenty-third
and Railroad, avenue, triangular,
piece, approximately 40x100. -. 1,800
Martin Anderson to Theodore Ander
sen. Twenty-third street 169.6 feet
south of W street, east side, 10x180. 1,300
Sofa Czerwinskl and husband to Mary
Renkel, northeast corner Twenty
ninth and G streets, 60x150.,....., 1,100
State Savings and Loan association to
Viola M. Morrlssey, Ninth street, 492
feet south of Bancroft street east
side, 19xl32 100
Edward W. Dooley and wife to Alex
ander Beck, Dodge street, 180 feet
east of Twenty-fourth, south side,
60x146 , ; 1,650
Alfred L Crelgh and wife to Albert F.
Sorensen, Thirty-seventh street
ninety-two feet south of Fowler
avenue, east side, 47x133 1,025
E. T. Peterson company to Concrete
Engineering company. Tenth street,
243 feet north of Nicholas atreet,
west side,, 61x1322 1,050
Albert V. Sorensen and wife to Alfred ..
f. fr.iirh.' HpsuUlJna itret. 00 feet
; ;. . Thi,;j .f,iu: v.i lrl, north
Morris & Co 23
Swift & Company.... 143
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour eV Co
Schwartt sV Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co..
So. Omaha Pack. Co.
W. B. Vansant Co...
F. B. Lewis
Hustbn & Co
J. B. Root & Co
J. H. Bulla
V. G. Kellogg
Werthelmer & Degen
Rothschild A Krebs..
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co. .
Huffman ............ i
Longman & Bro 3
Baker, Jones A Smith 52
Banner Bros 4
John Harvey 233
Jensen A Lungren... 23
Other buyers 220
Totals 1,244 2,241 12,211
Cattle Receipts as usual on Friday were
rather limited, about 100 head, but the five
days' supply has been fully 3,000 heavier
than last week and nearly 32,000 heavier
than for the corresponding week last year
when the country waa threatened with a
railroad strike. Conditions today were also
somewhat unsettled, by a strike of packing
house employes which may or may not
reach serious proportions. Today only a
tew of the packera were operating and the
market was very unsettled with prices
for both beef steers and cow stuff fully 60c
and In aoma cases . 60o to 73o lower than
a week ago. A load of fancy oornfed year
lings sold this morning for $11.60, whloh
Is not only the htghest price of the seaaon,
but the highest price ever paid In Omaha
tor a load of cattle. Aside from the labor
situation the market Is In a healthy ahape
with a broad demand for practically every
thing useful In the way of killing stock.
Business In stocliera and feeders has
naturally been somewhat affected by the
weakness In fat stock and while the country
demand Is still very fair the trend of
valuea particularly during ths past day or
two haa been lower. Good to choice heavy
feeders ars held at fully ateady prices, but
on the general run of light and medium
weight ' stuff valuea ars right around 60a
lower now than week ago, and there are
mora cattle In the yards In trader bands
than at any time this season.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, 313.60C16.6O; fair to good beeves.
$13.25013.25; common to fair beerea, $1.00
13.0ft; good to choice yearlings, $13.00
15.00; fair to good yearlings, (12.00913.00;
common to fair yearlings, $1.00011.50;
prime heavy grass beeves, $11.60913.60;
good to choice graas beeves, $11.00013.50;
fair to good grass beeves, $1.60010.76: com
mon to fair grass beeves, $7.6009.25; good
to choice heifers, $7.6001.00; good to choice
cowa, $7.2508.25; fair to good cows. $6,600
7.00; common to fair cows. $1.0006.50;
prime feeders, $8.50011.(0; good to oholao
feeders, $8.0001.00; fair to good feeders,
$7.0008.00; common to fair feeders, $5,60
06.50; good to choice stocksrs. (7.74108.73;
stock heifers. $6.6008.00; stock oows, $1.0o
H7; itock c've. $1.0001.00; veal calves,
$8.00012.25; bulls. Stags, etc. $5.6008.31.
Av.' Pr. No. Ay. Pr.
"1 IS 00 3 643 $5 60
NEW YORK STOCKS
Confusion at Outset From An
nouncement of Shipping1
Board's Plan to Reduce
Ocean Freight Rates.
New York. Sept 7. The stock market
waa thrown Into confusion at the outset ot
today's operations on announcement from
Washington of the shipping board's plana
to reduce ocean freight rates by 65 to 76
Steamship shares felt 3 to ( points In the
heavy selling of the first half hour and the
stocka ot other companlea whose future
hinges largely upon the attitude of the gov
ernment toward price fixing leat 1 to 3.
Ralls were featured during the active Initial
trading by a new low quotation for New
Haven at 3H and General Motors supple,
mented yesterday'a losa of 1 polnta with
an additional recession of as much, Ister
extending Its setback to a total of IH
Standard hares were well supported dur
ing the reversal, recovering the greater part
of their louses before midday. Later, when
dealings dwindled, thla Improvement be
came more pronounced, especially In tobac
cos, Cruclbje Steel and a few other Issues
In which a large short Interest la believed
Pressure was resumed In the last hour,
together with realising for profits. United
States Steel yielded from 108H to 107U,
closing at that quotation, a net loss of H
of a point. Bethlehem Steel waa under
greater restraint making an extreme de
cline of 3 points. Total aalea amounted
to 615.000 shares.
Rubles at the new low mark of 17 centa
and another gold shipment to Japan were
me only developments In the International
Bonds were heavy, the Liberty Issue rang
ing from 11.84 to 11.10. Total aalea. oar
value, aggregated 11,840,000.
United States bonds, old Issues, wara un.
changed on call.
Number of salts and rants of ericas of
Sales. High. Low. Close.
100 t 81V, 13 V4
4,800 43 40 41
3.100 7 Hi 69 70,i
2,400 im 6ot' em
8,200 16tt 934 944
1.900 101 lOtfc 10H
800 1174 1164 im
76 1 70 6 60
HI 76 3 925 7 00
820 7 26 6 Tit ai
..1100 I 60 6 993 a ne
60 12 1167 10 35
00 II (41 66
1 10 22 (97 T 00
T 25 6 604 1 on
(ateers.,1110 10 75 26 cows. , ..1021 7 35
34 steers.. 1041 1 00 41 feeders. 1078 10 60
6steers..l040 1 00 14 heifers.. 763 7 16
1 steers.. 1105 1 26 12 steers.. 110 (00
Hogs Receipts were very light, only 1,600
head being on offer. A few early aalea
looked easier, but later when packers got
In the trade strengthened up and by the
close prices were as much as 16o higher.
Bulk was quoted at $16.60017.00, with
good shipping hogs as high as $17.76, equal
ing yesterday's top.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. At.
17. .216 ... 18 25 31. .231
160 18 86
40 16 46
... 16 10
70 16 70
180 16 80
... 16 (0
130 17 (0
64. .318 40 18 40 70. .233
31...225 ... 16 60 58. .246
59. .286 40 16 63, 68. .320
41. .264 40 16 75' 66. .227
77. .218 ' 160 16 85 63. .290
60. .291 ... 17 26 71. .211
71. .261 ... 17 75
Sheep The run today was only ten ears
and most of these were single decks of
natives. Offerings also Included ten or
fifteen loads held over from yesterday.
Packere were not in the market for any
thing on account of unsettled labor con
ditions. Had they been able to kill good
lambs would probably have solid around
$17.00. What decent feedera were here aold
steady at yesterday's decline. Medium
weights brought $17.66 and good light kinds
were nominally quoted to $17.75017.86.
Sheep were nominally steady.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
fair to choice, $16.26017.00; lambs, culls,
$14.00016.25; lambs, feeders. $16.60017.85;
yearlings, fair to choice, $11.60012.60; year
lings, feeders, $11.60013.00; wethers, fair to
choice, $10.60012.00; ewes, fair to choice,
$1.76010.75; ewes, culls and feeders, $7,000
10.00; ewes, breeders, all ages, $10.60017.00.
No- At, Pr.
1.000 Nevada lambs 71 $17 00
683 California feeder lambs... 63 17 60
214 cull feeder lambs 49 16 60
3,020 California feeder lambs..,. 60 17 00
331 Idaho feeder lamba 66 17 60
64 Idaho yearlings 99 13 00
106 Idaho feeding ewes 113 11 10
1.001 Idaho feeding lambs (4 17 70
filonxr City Live Stock Market.
Sioux City, Sept. 7. Cattle Receipts 1,200
head; market steady; beef steers, $7,000
16.00; fat cows and heifers, $6.6009.60;
cannera, $5.2606.60; atockera and feedera,
$7.00011.00; calves, $8.00012.60; bulls,
stags, etc., $60008.00; feeding cows and
Hogs Receipts, 3,700 head; market
steady, to 10 cents higher; lights, $16,400
17.00; mixed. $18.26017.30; heavy, $14.00
ft16.60; pigs, $13.60014.00; bulk of sales,
Sheop and Lamba Receipts, 1,000 head;
Chicago Live Stock Market
Chicago, Sept. 7. Cattle Receipts, 3,000
head; steady; native beef cattle, $7,800
17.00; western steers. $6.50013.25; stockers
and feeders. $6.0009.26; cows and heifers,
$4.65012.95; calves, $12.00016.00.
Hogs Receipts. 7,000 head; market
steady and mostly lOo to 15o higher than
yesterday'a average: bulk of aales, $16,860
18.06; light $16.50 0 18.20; mixed, $16,400
13.35; heavy, 316.36018.36; rough, $16,350
16.65; pigs, $11.26015.76.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 8,000 head;
market steady to 16c higher; wethers, 7.85
011.85; ewes $7.60011.00; lamba, $11.36
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
aide, 50x12$ jpo
South Omaha Land company to Sam
uel B. Williams, at at, northwsat cor
ned Thirty-fifth and A atreets,
120x111; northeast corner Thirty
sixth and A street. 130x175 $00
Alice E. Rothery to Elizabeth Jansen.
Valley atreet, 160 feet west of
Twenty-ninth street north aide,
60x128.3 .' 825
Mike Nltkos, et at, to Jacob Bednara
and wife, Thirty-fourth street 165
feet south of K street, west side,
idxlSO 1 (33
Am. Beet Sugsr . ,
Am. Car & Fdry..
Am. Smelt. Rfg.
Am. Sugar Rfg
Am. Tel. A Tel
Am. Z. Lead S.
Anaconda Copper.. (00 70
Atchison 1,600 16
All. O. & W. I. S. 6,300 17
Baltimore Ohio 1.400 664
Butte Sup. Cop., 400 28 '
Canadian Paolflc. 800 167
Central Leather .. 4,100 83
Chea. A Ohio 400 67
C, M. A St. P 1.100 68
C. A N. W 300 104
C, R. I. A P.. Ctfs 1,300 17
Chlao Copper. 3,101 (3
Colo. Fuel A Iron
Corn Prod. Rfg... 1,400 17
Crucible steel 41,100 69
Cuba Cane Sugar,. 1,100 19
ims. securities 1,400 27
Erie 2.100 31
General Electric. ,.
Ot, Northern, pfd..
Gt North. Ore, ctfs
Insplr. Copper 8,100
inter. M. M. pfd.. 34,604
Inter. Nickel...... 3.70
Inter. Paper 3,600
K. C. Southern.... 500
Kennecott Copper.. 1,300
Louis. A Nash...,.
Maxwell Motors..,. 600 31
Mer. Petroleum... C.S00 10
Miami Copper..,.. 700 36
Missouri Pacific... 11,600 It
Montana. Power ,. 800 85
Nevada Copper.... 400 23
New York Central 1,100 77
N. Tm N. H. A H. 8,900 31
Norfolk A Western 1,000 114
Northern Paclflo.. 160 101
Pacific Mall 1,400 27
Pennsylvania 1,40 67 (1
Ray Con. Cop 1,401 16 'i U
Reading .......... .'
Rep. Iron A Steel (,000 11 10
Hhattack Arls. Cop.
Texas Co .,
, 600 147
400 103 103
1,000 84 33
1,600 161 1(3 163
1,700 111 137 136
U. B. ind. Alcohol 1,000 131 131 181
U. S. Steel 111,300 108 106 107
U. S. 8teel, pfd.,., (00 116 116 116
Utah Copper 2,900 11 11 (7
Wabash pftt. "B"., 4,000 14 14 14
Western Union 10
Westlnghouse Else, 1,101 45 41 40
.Total sales for ths day, 616,000 sAarag.
: New Yfrtt Money Market.
New York, Sept 7. Prime eroantlt
Paper 506 par cent
Sterling Exchange Sixty-day bills, $4.71;
commercial sixty-day Mils on banks, (4,71;
commercial sixty-day bills, (4.71; demand,
(4.16 1-18; cables. $4.71 7-16. .
Silver Bar, 96 e. N
Bonds Government, steady; railroad,
Time Loans Firmer; sixty days; ninety
days and alx months, (01 par cent
Call Money Easier; highest, 4 per cent;
lowest, 1 per cent; ruling rate, 4 per cent;
closing bid, 1 per cent; offered at 4 per
cent; last loan, 4 per cent
U. S. 2s, reg.. 2(tK. C. 8. ret ( (1
U. 8. 2s, coupon 17'L. A N. un. 4s II
U. S. 3s, reg.. I1M.K.AT. 1st 4a (
U. S. Is, coupon 91 M. P. gen. 4s.. (1
U. 8. 4s, reg,. .101 tMont Pow. (a 93
U. 8. 4a, coupon 105N. Y. C. deb. (s 11
Pan. la coupon 10 No. Pee. 4a.,.. 85
Am. For. Sec. 6s 95No. Pae. Is.... 11
A. T. A T. clt. 6s l(0. B. L. ref. 4s 11
Anglo-French (s !3Pao. T, A T. 6s 16
Ar. A Co. 4s.. llPa. con. 4s...l00
Atch. gen.-4s. ..86 Pa. gen. 4s.. 91
B. A O. 4s 84'Readlng gen. 4s SI
Cen. Leather 6s II8.L.AS.F. adl. 4s 63
Cen. Pacific 1st llSo. Pae. ev. Is. $1
C. A O. cv. 6s.. I3So. Pac. ref. to 14
C. B. AQ., Jt. 4s 96 80. Ry. 6 11
CMstSPgen. 4s 10 T. A Pac. let.. 14
C. R. I.AP.rsf. 411 Union Paclflo 4s 90
C. A 8. ref. 4s 7!Un. Pac ev. 4a 11
D. of C. 5a 1111 I6U. S. Rubber (s 13
Erie gen. 4s.... II IT. 8. Steel Is.'.. 103
Oen. Elee.5e...100Wabaa 1st ....100
Ot. N. 1st 4S 10 'West Vn. 4 II
I. C. ref. 4s.... 17 'Bid. Offered.
Int. M. M. 6... II
St. Louis Live Htoek Market.
St. Louis, Sept. T. Cattle Receipts, 1,100
head; steady; native beef steers, ((.000
16.00; yearling steers and heifers, $7,000
14.00; cows, (5.00010.00; stockers and feed
era, (6.6009.60; southern steers, 16,76013.80;
beef cows and heifers. $6.00010.00; prime
yearling ateera and heifers, $7.60019.00; na
tive calves, $6.76011.00.
Hogs Receipts, 1,100 head; market
higher: lights, $17.10018.36) pigs, (11.000
17.60; mixed and butchers, (11.0018.25; good
heavy, $16.35018.40; bulk of sales, $11,000
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head;
market atrong; lambs, $11.00016.40; ewes,
$1.0009.60; wethers, $10.50012,00.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
Kansaa City. Sept. 7. Cattle Receipts,
1,000 head Including 100 aoutherns; market
ateady to weak; prime fed ateers, $11,600
16.75; dressed beef ateers, $12.00011.00;
western steers, $9.25011,50; southern steers,
$6.76011.50; cows, $6.6001.60; heifers, $7.00
12.60; stockers and feedera, $6.60 011.00;
bulls, $6.0008.00; calves, $6.00013.00.
Hogs Receipts, 1,600; market stesdy;
bulk of sales, $17.00018.00; heavy, $17,000
18.38; packera and butchera, $16.10011.16;
light, 117.00017.71; pigs, $14.10016,60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1.301 head;
market steady; lambs. $16.60017.40; year
lings, $11.00013.00; wethers, $10.00013.10;
ewes. 89.00011.00; stockers and feeders,
8t Joseph Live Stork Market.
St. Joseph, Sept. 7. Cattle Recelpta, (00
head; market steady; steers, (8.00011.(0;
cows and heifers, $6.35014.60; calves. $6.10
Hogs Receipts, 1,500 head; market
steady; top, $18.20; bulk of sales, $17,260
18,00; heavy packera, $17.00017.26; mixed
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,100 head:
market weak; lambs, $10.10017.(0; ewes,
Minneapolis Grain Market.
Minneapolis, Minn., Sept 7. Flour Mar
Barley $1.02 01.15.
Corn No. 1 yellow, $2.1402.13.
Oats No. 1 white, 67061c.
Kansas City Prod nee Market.
Kansas City, Sept. 7. Butter Creamery,
19c; firsts, 37c; seconds, 36c; packing.
Eggs Firsts, 16c; seconds, 28081c.
Poultry Hens, 22c; roosters, 13c; broilers,
Kansas City Grain Market,
Kansas City. Sept 7. Corn No. 2 mixed,
$3.0003.02: No. 2 white, $2.14; No. 1 yel
low, $2.1002.12; September, $1.62; Decem
Oats No. white, lie; No. 1 mixed, 170
New York Sugar Market.
New York, Sept. 7. Sugar Raw, nomi
nal; centrifugal, 7.02c; molasses, 6.14c. Re
fined, qutot; fine granulated, 1.40c 8.60c.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Corn Takes Big Advance of
from Two to Seven Cents;
Oats Slightly Higher,
With Oood Demand.
Omaha. Sept. 1, 1917.
Trade In cash corn was very slow and
while there was a moderately good demand
for this cereal, traders could not get to
gether on the price and up to noon ne
tradea were made. There were twenty
nine cars of this grain In the market How
ever, late In the tesslon a few aalea were
made at much higher, prices, the better
grades selling U the way from So to 7o
over yesterday s spot sales. No. 1 and No.
3 yellow sold at $3.12, 4e to 6o over
the mixed, the No. 1 selling at $2.07 and
$2.08, while two can ot No. 3 mixed. sold
at $2.07. At thla time no aalea of white
corn were mad4.
There waa a fairly good demand for oat
at prices ranging front lo to lc over
yesterday'a sales; the better gradea selling
op a cent, while the commercial grade
of No. $ white sold generally lo over yes
terday's prices. The No. 3 white sold at
87 Ua and 57 o, ths bulk of these sale
being made at ths more advanced price, and
the No. I at 67 c, while a rar of No. 1
white "-ought 58c. Sales of the standard '
grade were mads at 57o and 67c One
sale of No. 3 mixed waa made at 67c, and
the sample whits sold at 86e. Receipts
ot thla Cereal were twenty-nine can. -
Receipts ot rys were two cars these
being of sample grade and sold at $1.16
and $1.71. while the market waa qnoted
at lo higher.
Arrivals of barley were three can and
the apot on thla cereal was a cent to to
higher. No. $ barley sold at $1.26, and the
No. $ at $1.22 $1.23, while the No.
4 brought $1.11.
These salee were reported today:
Rye Sample: 1 car, $1.7$; 1 car, $I.(C
Barley No. 3: 1 car. (1.2(; No, t: 1
car, $1.23; 1 can, $1.23. No. 4: 1 Mr.
Corn No 1 yellow: l ear, 113. No.
3 yellow: 1 car. 3.11. No. 3 mixed:
1 car. 11.01; 1 ear, 13.07. No. t mixed;
2 cars, 11.07. Sample mixed: 1 car (dam
aged). 11.19. .
Oats No. 1 white: r car, lie. No. I
white: 1 ears. (7c. Standard: 1 car.
67e; 1 can, 57o. No. I white: SO ears.
67e; I ears (7c No. 4 white: 1 oar, (7c.
Sample white; 1 ear, 66 c No. 1 mixed:
1 ear, 57c
Clearances were: Wheat And floor aoasf
to 161,900 bushels; corn, none; oats, n'o.
Primary wheat heeelnts wera llOtaeo
bushels and shipments 611,000 bushels,
against receipts of 1,661,000 bushels and
shipments of 1,171,001 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 119,000 bsh
els and shipments 210.000 bushels, against '
recelpta of (82.000 bushels and ahtnmente
of 279,000 bushels laat year.
J-nmary oats receipts were 1.57S.0OO hush.
els and shipments 1,110,001 bushels, against.
receipts ot 1.481,000 bushels and in omenta
of 710,000 bushels laat year.
Chicago . .
Omaha . . .
Omaha Cash Prices Cnrn ; No 1 vellnv
$.1202.12; No. I yellow, (i.1102.12:
No. 3 mixed. (2.O702.OC, No. 1 mixed.
I2.O402.O7. Oats 1 No. 2 white. 67Uti
67 He; standard, 67067c; No. t white,
70(7e; No. 4 white, 66 067c. Bar
ley: Malting. $1.1301.33; No. 1 feed. $1.1?
01.18. Rye; No. J, $1.7(01.77; No, 3.
Local range of optional
Art. I Open. J High, Low.) Close. Yea
Corn. I I I
Deo. 1 01 1 01 106 1 II 104
May 1 04 1 04 104 1 14 104
Sep, IT 1$ IT 88 65
Dew. ! 18 66 (6 15 63V
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan A Bryan, atock and grain brokers,
lit South Sixteenth street, Omaha:
Art. Open. High. Low, Close.
Corn. . I '. .. I ' I
Deo. 1 14 1 14 III 1 14
May 1 09 1 10 101 1 10
Sept 61 61 ! 67
Deo. 66 . 67 65 64
May 69 51 (I 59
Sept 41 07 41 i0 48 T 41 10
Oct 48 01 13 40 48 01 41 29
'Lard. ' I
Sept . It 40 21 70 21 17 31 IT
Oct 21 10 It 17 21 (0 11 (I
Jan. 23 33 33 40 31 30 23 40
Sept It (0 21 7$ 21 (0 21 70
Oct 11 43 It 70 23 (7 22 70
Jan. 21 23 21 II 21 20 21 16
33 32 ,
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Sharp Advances la Corn artd Oats; Cold
. Weather Offset Bearish Factors,
Chicago, Sept. 7. Notwithstanding that
traders anticipated that the government
crop report would Indicate bumper yields ot
both corn and oats sharp advances tool:
place today In the value of the two cereals.
Uneasiness over delays and other 111 effects
likely to result from prevailing eold weather
much more than offset bearish faetors. Cora
closed nervous, 202e higher, at 1.14 0
1.14, December, and 1.1O01.1O, May.
Oats gained 101o to lo and provisions
Strong houses took the lead from the
outset In regard to the buying of corn. They
assumed the position that under present
field conditions a killing froat before Octo
ber 1 might Inflict ssver damage on the
crop owing ta the prospect that as a rssylt
of advene weather ths maturity of the
plant would be dangerously postponed. The'
fact that the government crop eatlmat wan
almost certain to be as big as guessed at
befonband by private experts failed alto
gether to check the bulls. One of the reason
was that the movement of old corn from
rural sources had dwindled until today ths
four principal markets In the United State
received a total of lass than 100 can from
country holders. Despite liberal sales her
to realise profits, ths market flniahed at
nearly the top prices of the session.
Fean that the widespread rain would
greatly hinder threshing gave much Impetus
to the upward swing of the oats market. '
Receipts eontlnned relatively small, and
there was evidence of some fresh demand
from the seaboard. It did not develop until
after the close that private forecasts of the
government estimate yield had) been much
under the official figures.
Attempts to, prophesy as to the govern
ment estimate of tha aprlng wheat crop
turned out to have been too optimistic. A.
popular theory that an increase of 26,000,000
bushels would be Indicated as compared
with the prediction In August had to be
thrown away when after the close the offi
cial figures from Washington proved to bo
less than half as large.
Provisions rose with gains In the valu o
hogs. Word that the government would not,
at least for the present, try to fix prlos fa
meats tended to accelerate the advance, and
so too, did urgency of demand at LtverpooU
Chicago Caah Prices Corn: No. I yellow.
I yellow and 4 yellow, nominal.
..w'i'T10, ' wn,t' tandard.
69 0 60c. .
Rye No. , $1.15.
Seed Timothy, $6.6007.71; clover, (ll.lt
Provisions Pork, $43.10; lard, $21.72j
ribs, 28.45022.15. . ' "
Butler Market unchanged.
Eggs Recelpta, 1,552 casea; market un.
Potatoes Market higher; " Jersey and
Maryland, bulk, 1.2601.20; Minnesota and
Wineonsln, bulk, 1.0501.10; home growiu
Poultry Alive, market higher; fowls, 24el
springs, 24 c. -
' Omaha Hay Market.
Receipts light dsmand very quiet: market
easier on prairie hay. Alfalfa la firm and
Hay; Choice upland prairie, 111.(0 0 20.00;
No. 1, 117.00011.00; No. 2, $13.00015.00;
No., 1, 1.00011.(0. Midland. No. 1, $16.60
018.60; No. 2, $12.10015.60; Lowland. No.
1. $9.60011.10; No. 2, $7 0001.50; No. $j
Alfalfa: Choice. $22.00022.00; No. 1
$20.00 0 21.00; standard. $17.00019.00; No. 1,
$11.00 017.00; No. 1. $11.00013.00.
Strtw: Oat $6.5007.60; wheat, $6,000
St Loots Grain Market.
St. Louis, Sept 7. Wheat No. 3 hard,
3.11. v . .- v
Corn No. t, 3.1602.17; September.
1.67; December. 1.13.
Oata No. 2 mixed. 68 011c; No. t white,
London Sliver Market,
London, Sept. 7. Silver Bar. ' 4ld per
ounce; money, 3 per cent
Discount Rates Short bills. 4 per cent:
three months, 4 13-11 per cent. '
; New York Dry Good Mark!. 1
New York, 8ept T. Dry Good Cotton
goods were quiet today with price easy on
print cloths. Yarn were easy,' Wool mar
kets were generally quiet with vatae on a
more stable basis. Bllkx were ijul4; ready
to-wear trad light, .... T isasjali i