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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1917
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
LOW. PRICED, mod. offices. Farnam Bldg..
HIag., MIA and Farnam. Old let .Nat. Bk.
Blag.) First Trut Co.. Realtors. Tyler 500.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
LOW-PRICED modern offices, Farnam
' Bldg.. 13th and Farnam, (Old First Naa
FIRST TRUST CO.. Tyler 600.
NEW, modern store on Leavenworth, be
tween 24th and 25th Sts. . Low rent
JOHN W. ROBBIN'S. 1802 ARNAM
STOREROOM for rent. Sun Theater Bids.
WORLD REALTY COMPANY (Realtor!)
Douglas 6842. Sun Thrater Bldg.
MODERN STORE WITH
Located at 1525 Vinton St Full base
ment, furnace, hot and cold wader, 6 fine
living rooms above with good bath room
and large back porch. Owner says to rent
the whole building for $35 a month. THIS
IS VERY CHEAP. Building all In fine
shape. Fine location for GROCERY,
HARDWARE, SOFT DRINKS, POOL
HALL, or in fact almost any kind of a
S. S. MONTGOMERY.
Phone Walnut 170S or Douglas 4S10.
MODERN store, 16th St., near postofflce
175. G. F. Stebbins, 1610 Chicago.
471S 8. 24TH ST., So. Side; near P. O. E
H. Benner Co.. D. 8406.
MODERN store, cor. 16th and Cass. Choice
location. O. P. Stebbins, 1610 Chicago
Office and Desk Room.
CHOICE office space, Baird Bldg.. 17th and
- Douglas. McCaguft Inv. Co.
Wanted to rent
Unfurnished Houses and Apartments.
WE want more house and apartments to
rent The fact that we have practically
cleared up our big list la conclusive proof
of the efficiency of our rental, service. If
you want to keep your place rented see
rayna 4 Slater Co., umana Rental Men
616 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1016
WANTED At once, two or three unfur
nished rooms or small apartment for
family of two; must be good location. Ad
dress Box 7140, Omaha Bee.
SIX-ROOM house, modern; Wost Farnam
t (".strict preferred. Tel. Walnut 2179.
burnished Apartments and Houses.
WANTED TO RENT Party of highest re
sponsibility wants 8 to 10-room house
October 1st. This party would keep
place up same as you would yourself.
HARRISON & MORTON,
WANTED 5 OR 6-ROOM APARTMENT
ABOUT OCTOBER 1. ADDRESS BOX
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and moving
219 N. 11th 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. 7785.
Phone Douglaa 288 for ccfmplete
list of vacant houses and apart
pienta. Also for storage, moving,
16th and Jackson Sts.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
802 S. 16th. Douglas 4168.
GRAB IT NOW!
4-room house. North Omaha; fine yard;
2 blocks from car line; nearly new. Must
be sold at once. A bargain at 11,800.
LUND. 4!0 Securities Bldg.
$100 CASH-$1S MONTHLY.
Nice little cottage on South 11th St.
bouelvard, rented for IIS per month; will
sell to reliable man for 11,300 on these
EDWARD F. WILLIAMS CO..
803-4) Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 420.
ONE 5-room and one 4-room cottage, both
on one lot; fine condition: live in one and
rent th other. Price for both, $:."50.
Very easy terms. No. 2433 S, 20th St.
NORRI3 & NORRIS,
400 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 4270.
Five room bungalow, classy outside and
Price 83,850, reasonable terms.
BENSON & CARMICKAEL
642 Paxton Block.
NEW bungalow, 6-rooru and bath, strictly
modern; built-in buffet and cupboard:
oak finish; rooms all decorated; full base
ment; furnace heat; lot 40x128 ft.; one
block to school and car. Price cut to
13.950; easy terms.
RASP BROS., 210 Keeline Bldg. Ty. 721
m RealsEstate, Loans, Mortgages.
The best known Investment is a well
selected first mortgage on farm or city
W negotiate thts class of securities,
which we ofter for sale to net the In
vestor and 6 per cent.
E H. LOIV.EK. INC..
8"8 Keeline Hid., Omaha.
CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rates
6.6 4 and 6 per cen Reasonablye com-
UNITED STATES TRUST CO..
-1-' South 17th, Omaha. Neb.
FARM and city loans, running from five
to twenty years. Interest, 5 per cent, IVt
per cent and 6 per cent. PETERS TRUST
CO.. 1622 Farnam St., Omaha. Neb.
81,600 MTGK. bearing 6 pet. semi-annually ;
secured by property valued at 16,400. Tal-mage-Loomls
Inv. Co., W a W. Bldg.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loans.
City National Bank Bid.
SHOPEN & CO.. PRIVATE MONEY.
FARM and clly loans. 5. 5 and 6 per cent
W. H. Thomas. Kelllne Bids. Doug 1648.
8100 to 110,000 MADE promptly! v70.
Wead, Wead Bldg,, 18th and Farnam Sts
MONEY to loan on mproved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co., Omaha
OllAHA HOMES. EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE R. E. CO, 1016 Omaha Nat l.
LIVE ST0GK MARKET
Fair Run of Cattle Brings from
50 to 75 Cents Less Than
Lest Week; Hogs All Sell
at Higher Prices.
Omaha. Sept, II. ,1917.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
7.441 1,247 30,870!
Estimate Tuesday 3.800
Two daya this week. . .11,243
Same days lust week . .34, I'll
S;me duvs - wks. ago. 24,970
Sumo ilays 3 wKs, ago. 80,417
Same days 4 ks. ago. 16,237
Same days last year. .. 25,130
Receipts and disposition of live storks at
the Union Stock Yards, Omaha, for twenty-fout-tioun
ending at 3 o'clock yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sh'p. HVs.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Receipts Light and Trading in
Cash Corn Slow; White
Scores Five-Cent Advance.
12.5& 67 421
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bldg.
LOW RATES C. G. CAKI.BERG. 312 Bran,
dels Theater Bldg. P 6S5.
W FARNAM" SMITH & CO
Real Estate and Insurance,
13n Farnam St.
R. S. TRUMBULL.
1306 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1734.
REAL ESTATE Investment
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
620 First National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looking at MINNE LUSA 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the best
proposition on the market nd they
oacKed their Judgment by buying lots.
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.
HAVE a bargain price on vacant lots on
Cuming St. C. A. Grlmmel. Doug. 1615.
BEAUTIFUL 60-foot lota. Price 3220, only
it casn and 60 cents per week. Doug. 8392
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
WILL trade for city Improved property. '
acres of farm land, modern house, fenc.
lng and Improvements; one mile river
bottom land, abundant water, 8 acre
timber, 660 acres tillable. Price, 825
per acre, and will trade for city improved
property of equal value. If necessary 1
will assume mortgage. Address F. W
Yoder, Mason, S. D.
I have one of the finest close-In nine-
apartment, pressed brick flats in Omaha,
two blooks from court house. Income,
14,200. Price, 850,000. Mortagage. 320,000.
Will take farm and cash or clear farm, If
priced right, for equity. Agents take
notice. Box 6127, Bee.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing, call Tyler 230 or Douglaa 4388,
J. C. REED
1207 Farnam St.
Express Co., Moving
Packing and Storage,
Weh. 2748 Dug. 14(.
OUR BUSINESS JS MOVING.
Large van, two men, 31. 50 per hour.
MAGOARD'S STORAGE CO., Doug. 1496.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Prpty
H. A. WOLF,- Realtor, Ware Blk. Specialist
.In downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
" 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.
S08 Farnam Bldg.
$200 Down $25 Month
Buy the biggest bargain In the city.
Full two-story, six-room, strictly hodern
home; good barn in rear; choice corner
lot, south front This property Is a real
sacrifice at only 13,100.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bk. rldg. Tyler 496.
SACRIFICE SALE 83,600.
Six-room house, strictly modern, with
full lot. Year and a half old. One block
to car. Oak finish downstairs. Oak floors
throughout. Brick fireplace and built-in
features. Stationary laundry tubs.
F:' D, WEAD, 310 S. 18th St.
In West Farnam district, 6 rooms,
strictly modern, hot water heat, lot
48x111, fruit trees and shrubbery. Owner
leaving city and offers this for quick sale.
at 84.10R Terms. Owner, Harney 6734.
NEAR THE BLACKSTONE.
8 ' rooms, strictly modern and up-to-date,
not new but In splendid cendltlon;
might take a Dundee lot as first payment.
ALLEN A BARRETT, 613 Bee. Doug. 7768.
JUST W. OF CREIGHTON COL.
6-room, strictly modern, full two-story
house; three rooms on first floor, finished
In oak; three rooms and bath on second;
east front, on paved street. Owner has
a 8900 equity. Consider tradjng for lot
Balance to tjk handled on 130 per month.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
637 Oaaaha Nat'l. Bank Bldg. D. 1781.
BRAND NEW BUNGALOW
( rooms all on one floor; oak finish In
living rooms, nicely decorated; full ce
ment basement with hot and cold water;
stairway to floored attic; exterior frame
and stucco; east front lot nicely sodded;
located high and sightly, just one block
west of Fontenelle Blvd. on 47th Ave.
Price (3.809; f 100 down, balance terms.
C. G. CARLBERG,
810-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
Minne Lusa Bungalow
Dandy sunroom, bookcases, buffet, mir
rored doors; oak finish, etc.; strictly mod
ern; only one mock to car. can te nan
died with $750 down, (40 per month.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg Tyler 496.
1302 LINCOLN BOULEVARD.
7-room, full 2-story home, In fine repair;
large corner lot 66x160, facing Boulevard
and 33d St.; all specials 4n and paid for.
Price (5,750. Look this over and make an
offer. Must be sold at once. Easy terms.
HIATT COM T ANY,
145-7-S Omaha Nat. Bank. Tyler 60.
Dandy North Side Home
Seven large rooms and bath, strictly
modern: oak finish, built for a home;
two blocks to Lothrop school. Price only
$4,200. Real value for the money.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
Tfll Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
I Will sacrifice $750 on a brand new 6
room bungalow, finished In quarter sawed
oak and fir oak floors; screened porch;
house worth (4.250. Will take 11,000 cash
for my equity; has (2,600 straight loan
on It. Colfax 4193.
5f"OR 8ALE 6-room modern cottage, hot
water heat, y, block from ear. Party
leaving; city. Easy terms. Col. 1J07.
8-ROOM modern house and 6 lots on Hart
man Ave., all clear; will exchange for 6-
room bungalow and some cash.
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
929-30 City National. i
SHERIDAN, Dawes, Rock and Dundy Co.
Improved ranches, clear, for gale or ex
change: S. a R. E. MONTGOMERY.
Douglas 4810. 627 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
GOOD section, sale or trade, residence or
business property; 80 acres farming, bal
ance hay and grazing; small bouse; go
lng cheap. BokjO?!, Omaha Bee.
INVESTIGATE my system; Omaha Realty
Trading Co.. 18 Patterson Blk. Tyler 255.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
5 Acres Near Benson
With New 4-Room House
Abont S acre rich level garden land
the balance Is in timber and pasture; has
running water; located one mile from
paved road and West Benson jitney serv
ice. Possession can be given October 1.
Very easy terms. Price (2,900.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors)
.1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler 60.
5.4 Acres Near Benson
About 8 acres rich level garden land
balance In timber, pasture has running
water, Within one mile of West Ben
son jitney service and. paved road. Price
$2,319. Very easy terms. .
Also have 2.9 acres -about the same lo
cation' for. $1,935.; -
HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors),
1614 Harney St. - rnone Tyler 60.
4 ACRES NEAR BENSON
Good level rich soil, within one mile
of West Benson; jitney service and paved
road. Nothing better to be had at any
price. Price $1,900.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors)
1614 Harney Bt. Phone Tyler 60.
FOR QUICK SALE"
Five Improved acres' in good location;
Vi In bearing fruit; $4,060 part cash. Mrs.
Pallas, 6986 McKlnley. Benson, Neb.
TWO BEST BUYS IN
(5,500 Price just reduced $260. This la a
very attractive home, o Chicago
St., near 60th; first floor has large
living room with fireplace; dining
rbom, kitchen and either den or
bedroom; second floor has fcair bed
rooms; nicely decdrated through
out; oak finish. A good home, well
located and the price is right
$5,750 Nine rooms, less than 2 years old,
with sunroom, living room; dlninc
room, kitchen and den on the first
floor; four nice bedrooms on the
second floor; all oak finish and
nicely decorated; full lot, with gar
age and driveway. Extra good
value in every way.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962. 919-20 City National.
THREE CHOICE ACRES
JUST WEST OF DUNDEE
HIGH AND SIGHTLY
Call Douglas 2596 and ask for complete
description of. this beautiful piece of
H. H. HARPER & CO.,
1013-14 City National Bank Bldg.
Well located lots on easy terms. Mod
ern, attraotrve homes. Before buying be
sure and see
GEORGE & CO.
HOMES and home sites in Dundee.
SHU1ER A CARY. 204 Keeline. D. 6074.
FIVE, ten fifteen or twenty acres, close in;
$375 per acre and up. Tel. Wal. 3466.
TEN acres, close in, lays fine. (4.000. Tel.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE have several good reliable buyer for
6 and t-roomhouses and bungalows wtth
$200 to $600 -flown. Call Osborne Realty
Co., Tyler 491., 701 Omaba Nat Bank
LISTING louses to rent or sell on small cash
payments; have parties waiting. Western
Real Estate. '413 Karbacn Blk. D. 3607.
IF you want quick action on our prop
erty, nsi it wun me.
LUND, 420 HOSE BLDG., TYLER 763.
WE have a customer for a handsome brick
residence in deeirabi district F. D.
Wead. 310 B. 11th St
ARNDT TAYLOR can assist you.
Laird St. Webster ZD39.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
to Success. ;
MONEY HARRISON & MORTON,
916 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
C? CITY GARVIN BROS.,
IV LOANS Om. Not. Bk. Bldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
' OIL STOCKS.
A. L. WRIGHT.
Flatlron Hotel. Doug. 2787.
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
$40, 6 mo. endorsed notes, total cost, $2.60.
Smaller, large am'ts proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
Organised by the Business Men of Omaha.
432 Rose Bldg., 16th and Farnam. Ty. 066.
LEGAL RATES - LOANS
$24.00 $240.00 or more.
Easy payments. Utmost privacy.
840 Paxton Bldg. Tel. Doug. 2295.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY
DIAMONDS and Jewelry loans at IV, and
1 Mi per cent; private booths. W. C. Flatau,
601 Securities (Hose) Bldg. Tyler 850.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FOR INVESTMENT AND HOME.
$33.50 PER ACRE. 118 acres 3 miles
from Blair, Neb. Dandy little city, about
4.500 population; 66 acres broken, yields
50 bushels corn to acre. Small house,
barn, well, etc. Balance land In timber.
Some fruit trees, about 200 bushels an
nually, wild grapes. This land located on
good roads close to good school. Perfect
title. $800 cash, balance long time, Ad
Jotnlmr1 lands: priced from $100 to $135
per acre. By answering this ad will send
full .description. This positively the best
bargain lit Washington County. Box 6545,
"Heart of the Range."
Jordan valley project, 44,000 acres irrl-
gated land. Free map. Next excursion Sep
HA RLE Y J. HOOKER,
940 First Nat. Bank' Bfdg.,! Omaha, Neb.
,'; Minnesota Lands.
120 .acres, heavy soli, 60 miles west of
Minneapolis; 75 acres cultivated, balance
timber, pasture; good 9-room house, barn
and other outbuildings; horses, 6 cows,
8 head of young stock, hogs, chickens,
turkeys and all this year's crop, consist
ing of 26 acres extra good corn and small
"jfrafn;? all , goes at $65 per acre; (4,000
tttshrjafaneo t per Cent.-
ItcMICHAEL JNi'ESTJrfiN'T COMPANY,
600 tVilinac" Bldg. Minneapolis, Minn.
'HOWDY, FOLK," 80 acres smooth land,
76 cultivation, ''welt, Improved, near town,
$2,000. Many others. Scott, Mountain
View, Mo. 4
3i0 ACES Cedar' county, jclose to town, all
-cultivated, fair Improvements. Price $36,-
0(10;" (fO.OOO cash', balance 6 years, 6j per
cent. Would take small farm part payment.1-A.
A. Patimnn, 628 Securities Bldg.
SMALU-Nebraska farm o neasy payments
5 acres Up. We farm the farm we sell
you. The Hungerford Potato Growers'
association. 15ttand Howard Sts., Omaha.
DouB-lasr 9371.. ' ' : J. .
FOR SALE-hean'. my. improved'. 166Aacra
eaireC, v-AMres Mr; O. W;- Glnia, B15
V. D'-it'T, Blag., Sioux City.' IW. -
C. M. s st r 5 2
Missouri Tsctflc 3
I'nlon Pacific 30 7
C. & N. W., east 1 3
C. & N W.. west 27 9
C St. P., M. 0 1
C, H. & Q , east 4 1
l, H. & Q . west 85 6
C, R. I & P. east. ... 4 8
Illinois Central 2
Chicago Gt. Western. I 1
Totals 157 44
Cattle. Hors. Sheep.
Morris Co 127
Swift and Company.. 840
Cudahy Packing Co.. 92
Armour A Co (45
Schwartz & Co
J. W. Murphy . i
Llnfoln Packing Co.. 32
So. Omaha Pack. Co. 7
W. B. Vansant Co. ... 89
Hill & Son , 65
F. B. Lewis
J. B. Root A Co
J. H. Bulla
L. F. Husi
F. O. Kellogg
Werthelir.er & Dcgen.
H. F. Hamilton
Rothschild & Krebs. .
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co. .
Baker, Jones & Smith. 63
Banner BruM..., 21
John. Harvey 709
Dennis & Francis.... 86
Jensen & Lungreu,... 26
Other buyers 1,906
Total 6,213 3,060 11,563
Cattle Receipts were very moderate again
today, about 3,800 head, and the two days'
supply has been" only about half as heavy
as a week ago or a year ago. There was
not much beef Included In the offerings aud
what there was sold very slowly at un
evenly lower prices, anywhere from 6078c
lower than last week. This applied to
both beef steers and cow stuff.
In stockera and feeders there was a fair
amount of activity, as offerings were
larpcly of this character, and there was a
vigorous demandkfrom the country, par
ticularly for anything that had quality or
wolght. Desirable stock cattle and feeding
steers found a ready sale at fully steady
and In some cases strbng prices, while on
the general run of light slnd medium weight
stuff the market- was dull and unevenly
lower. There was no change In- the strike
situation and until this Is settled the mnr
ket for beef cattle will be very uncertain,
while outlet for stork cattle and feeding
steers Is fairly satisfactory.
Quotations on cattle: Prime heavy
beeves, 816.e016.30; good to choice beeves,
$13.60016.00; fair to good beeves, $12,260
13.26; common to fair beeves, 9 001I.00;
good to choice yearlings, $13.00 16.00; fair
to good yearHngs, $12.00ff 18.00; common to
fair yearlings. $9.00ffill.6O; prime heavy
grass beeves, $13.66011.60; food to choice
grass beeves, $11.00(3)12.60; fair to good
grass beevs. $9.60 $10.75; common to fair
grass beeves, $7.509.25; good to choice
heifers, $8.60459.60; good to choice cows,
$8.009.26; fair to good cows, $7.00(88.00;
common to fair cows, $5.256.76; prime
feeders. $10.60(318.00: good to choice feed
ers, $8.759.60; fair to good feeders, $7.60
(u8.60; common to fair feeders, 36.76jJ7.26;
good to choice stockers, $8.00(J9.00; stock
heifers. 86.505f8.00: stocK cows. 86.11u1317.6U
stock calves. $6.00 Jj;9 00; veal calves, $8.00
t 12.26-; bulls, stags, etc., $5.5u&'8.25.
No. Av. Pr. No
Omaha, Sept. tl. 1917.
Receipts were very llsht today, with only
fifty-Hvo cars reported In. There were
only a few samples of wheat and these were
distributed to the local millers by the gov
ernment. Trade In cash corn was very nulct. On
account of the option being lower, traders
wore of the opinion that the cash would
work lower anil In view of this, sales were
very t.low In being made. However, the
white scored a 6c advance, the No. 2 sell,
lng for $:' 19 as compared with yesterday's
price of $2 .14. The yellow and mixed varl
tics sold about a half cent lower, the No. 1
yellow selling at $2,134 and $2 14 and the
No. 2 at $M3'. while the No. 1 mixed
brought $2 12'n and the No. t, $$11 and
$2.12. One car which graded No. 3 mixed
on account of color sold at $2 17 and an
other near white, two-fifths car. went for
$2.15. Receipts af this cereal were twenly
oats declined Mc to He, with a contin
ued flood demand for this grain The No. 2
white sold at 5S',c, and the No 3 sold at
.rsc and 5S V, c, while several sales of the
standard grade were made at 68c. A part
car of sample oats broupht 5.7 te. Receipts
were very lU'ht wtth only twenty -five cars.
Receipts of rve and barley were unim
portant with a fairly good Inquiry for these
cereals, and tho spot quoted about un
c hanged. One sale of No. 2 rye was made
if $1,804. while one car of No. 1 feed
barely brought $1.22
Clearances were: Wheat and flour equal
to 41,000 bushels.
Primary wheat receipts were 905,000
bushels and shipments 323,000 bushels,
against receipts of 1,398,000 bushels and
shipments of 1.038.000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 246.000
bushels, and shipments 163.000 bushels,
against receipts of 798.000 bushels and
shlnmints.if 400,000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1,769.000
bushels and shipments 980,000 bushels,
against receipts of 1,306,000 bushels and
shipments of '94.000 bushels last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
Chicago 110 98 609
Omaha 4 2,1 35
Kansas City 37 16 39
St. Louis 47 t4 63
These sales were reported today:
Wheat No. 2 northern spring: 4 ears,
$2.12. No. 4 yellow hard: 1 car. $2.01. No. 2
red durum: 2 cars. $2.05. No. 3 red durum:
1 oar. $2.05. No. 4 red durum: 1 car, (smut
ty), $1'96. No. 2 amber durum: 1 car, $2.16.
Rye No. 2: 1 car. $1,804.
Corn No. 2 white: 1 car. $2 19; H car,
$3.16. No. 4 white: 1-8 car, $2 13. No. 1 yel
low: 1 car, $8.14; t cars, $8,134. No. 3 yel
low: J 3-6 cars, $2,134. No. 3 yellow: 8-5
car, $2.13. No. 1 mixed: 1 car, $2,12 4. No.
2 mixed: 2-5 car, (near white), $2.17; 2-5
cars (near while), $2.16; 34 cars, $21!i 1
car, $2.11. No. 3 mixed: - cars, $2,114.
Oats No. 2 white: 3 cars, 5B4c Stand
a rd: 7 cars, 68 '4 c. No. 3, white: 3 cars,
68Vio; 4 cars, 6.1c. No. 4 white; 1 car,
67 cl. Samplo white: 2-3 car, 67 40. No. 3
mixed: 1 car, iTe.
Omaha Cash Prices Corn: No. S white,
$2 16(8)2.19; No. 3 yellow, $2.12 402.184;
No. 8 yellow, $2.1202.13; No. 2 mixed,
$3 11(8)2.12; No. 3 mixed, $2,104 2.11H.
Gala: No. 1 white, 68 4 Cr 68 4-; standard,
58fl)68Vic; No. 3 white, 6868Vlc; No. 4
white, 67i4i6 67c. Barley: Malting, $1.26
Local range of options-.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Comparatively Small Group of
Specialties Show Pronounced
Weakness and Govern
1 !0 1118
1 10 llO
69 I 61
Chlcngo closing prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan & Bryan, stock and grain brokers.
315 South Sixteenth street, umana:
A FIRST-CLASS -ije-acre farm -4 4 miles
and all good land; will sell or exchange.
Sea O. A. Kill!. Oakland. Neb.
FOR SALE Imp. farm, mile to modern
town, reier nooK. ftisson i.ny, nco.
LIST your lands for qulckresults with C.
::Txas Lands. -
GOOD 'own -laud, easL Teiaa, JJu an acre.
Gat- my tree book,
W: fl. FRANK. 201 Neville Block, Omaha.
FARM LAND WANTED
DON'T Hat. your farm . with us. If you want
to keep. It...- - r
" . DPDT.llsr jour Tarrn with, us if .you will
not sell at it -BARGAIN. We have buyers
who want.. .to-buy and pay spot cash.
If you want their cash, list your farm
wtth us- at a prioe w can sell to them.
, - -' SNOWDEN & SON.
Douglas 37li- ' -' 423 S. 16th St.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
FO$ BALE Two' tame white-tall deer and
pedigreed Russian wonnouna; mignc ex
change for anything on farm. J. A.
Langan, 65th and Dodge. Walnut 2672.
WANTED Fox terrier or Boston bull male
pup. Will pay up to $5. AddreBS Box 6132,
Horses Live Stock Vehicles.
SEVERAL light truck delivery wagons at
your price. Haarman Vinegar at Pickle
Co.. 1914 S. 20th St.
ONE bay horse, good, gntle, fast driver,
and rubber tire buggy for sale reasonable.
Dr. A. J. Kaufmann, Ralston, Neb. Phone
FOR SALE Good 1,200-pound horse.' Call
at 1716 Vinton St or phone Ty. 1118.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Lillian Hawley to Jerome O. Qulsen-
berg et al, Twenty-fourth street, 405
feet north of Fo.t street, west side,
Continental Realty company to Ed
ward Vavranek, Eleventh street, 28a
feet south of Bancroft street, west
side, 40x136.1 160
Mornlngslde Land company to Kather-
Ine Connell, northeast corner Clif
ton avenue and Hamilton street,
August Anderson to Oscar E. Elli
son, southwest corner Twenty-fifth
and Ohio streets, 45x110 2,500
Oscar-F. Ellison to August Anderson,
Twenty-fourth Btrcet, 160 feet north
of Ida street, east side, 120x125..... 2,500
Benjamin H. Sanger to Jacob Pascal,
southeast corner Twenty-ninth and
D streets, 60x150 2,200
Benjamin Sanger, guardian, to Ja
cob Pascal, southeast corner Twenty-ninth
and D street, 60x150 250
Bessie Wlghton and husband to Ag
nes M. Helmer, Hontr street, Ben
son, 250 feet east of Burnham street,
south side, 60x128 -. . 1
William H. Smalls to Ralph (R. Ralney,
aiason street, da rec-t oast or Thirty-eighth
street,-north side, 45x187.. 5,000
Omaha Concrete Stone company to e-
ter C. Cramer, Titus avenue, 211.5
feet east of Thirtieth street, north
side, 42x120 700
William F. Cioh to William Kanger
and wife. Thirtieth street, 86.5 feet
north of Oak street, east side, 42x
Bertha Trostler to Ben Handler, Doug
las street, 240 feet west of Forty
second street, south sldev 60x128.6. , 2,000
Ralph R. Ralney. to William II. Smalls,
Cuming street) ii feet west of Fifty
first street, Biuth side, 60x135 2,800
Mable Lyons Nice .el. al to Emma
Lyons, Monroe strt, 250 feet east of
Thtrtynslghth street, north side, 50x
James A." Gllmore and wife to Casper
E. Yost Farnam street, 208 feet
west of Forty-eighth street, south
Slide, 0x150: 4,946
1 470 $6 15
13 640 6 86 8...
8.., 687 7 15 ...
3 ,.. 406 7 50 8...
16 884 8 2,5 17...
8. .1016 8 65 19.-.,
21..... ..1053 9 60 48.,
756 $6 76
766 7 00
975 8 00
918 6 50
.1117 7 75
COWS AND HEIFERS.
T 1075 7 10 15 771
.1., ........ 610 6 75 2.. . 615
3 696 7 00 2. 395
20 feeders. 852 9 0
Little Horse Creek Cattle Co. Wyoming.
42 feeders. 1060 11 60 43 feeders. 1060 11 60
W. A. Waldo Wyoming.
15 cows. ...1076 7 50 9 cows. . ..1022 6 00
26 cows 696 9 00
L. A. Jameson Wyoming.
7 cows.... 768 7 60 2 rows.... 740 f 00
W. E. Sweat South Dakota.
- 4 cows.... 965 5 15 2 heifers. 66 I 00
J. K. Bull Wyoming. '
5 cows. . ..104 -7 60 3 cows. . ..1021 I (0
- - W. M. Rennells Wyoming.
14 cows... .1097 8 60 18 cows.. -.1041 75
F. J. Voss & Roy Carle Wyoming.
13 cows... .1020 6 60 3 heifers. 696 6 60
11 feeders. 1016 9 00 23 feeders. 980 9 25
10 feeders. (.77 8 00 2 heifers.. 826 ( 40
Hogs Arrivals of hogs were light again
today and under the Influence of good ship
ping competition and higher markets else
where the limited offerings were cleaned
up In good season at prices that were 26
40c, and In extreme cases, 60c higher than
yesterday. Bulk of the offerings sold up
wards from $17.60 and the to0 reached
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av.
... 17 26
... 17 40
40 17 70
360 17 80
420 17 (0
... 18 10
9. .285 ... 17 00
63. .208 160 17 85
48. .291 110 17 60
51. .319 120 17 65
50. .300 ... 17 75
6K.246 ... 17 85
C3..249 49 18 00
68. .263 ... 18 25
Sheep Receipts were comparatively light,
being estimated at twenty-one cars, or 8,600
head. Practically everything was on the
feeder order, shippers holding back as much
as possible on account of the strike situa
tion. Feeder demand was good and all the
desirable feeding lambs were cleaned up
by the middle of the morning at prices
that were around 25o higher than yester
day. Some that averaged a little better
than sixty pounds brought $17.76, and a
string that weighed under fifty-five pounds
reached $18.00, equaling the record for this
market. Offerings Included quite a few
odds and ends held over from yesterday
and these were pretty well cleaned up by
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
fair to choice, $16.00'J17.00; lambs, culls,
SI 4.00 16.00 ; lambs, feeders, $16.5018 00:
yearlings, fair to choice, $1 1.60 ff 12.60 ; year
llntrs, feeders, $41.50 13.00; wethers, fair to
choice, $10.50012.00; ewes, fair to choice.
$9.50(5)10.25: ewes, culls and feeders, $7.00(ff
10.00; ewes, breeders, all ages, $10.605p
350 Colorado feeding lambs...
8.13 Idaho breeding ewes
198 Idaho f"cdlng lambs
76 Idaho feeding lambs
120 Idaho breeding ewes
109 Idaho breeding ewes.......
384 Idaho feeder Iambs
211 Idaho feeder lambs
104 Idaho feeder Iambs
911 Montana feeder ewes
66 Montana feeder lambs
189 Montana feeder lambs
249 Idaho feeding ewes
250 Idaho feeding lambs
181 South Dakota feeding ewes.. 100
162 South Dakota feeding lambs. 66
191 Wyoming feeding lambs.... 68
179 Wyoming feeding ewes 104
71 $17 00
97 13 66
Art. Open. I Hlghniiw. I Close. Yes.
Dec. 1 20 1 20 116 1 18 1194
May 1 174 1 174'll4 1 154 1184
Sep. 69H 5964 67 684 694
Dec. 588J 58i 67 674 884
May 614 14 SO Mfc
Sep 43 45
Oct. 43 10 43 10 41 '90 43 90 43 30
Jan , 42 80
Hop7, 23 80 - 33 80 23 83 .33 65 23 35
Oct. 23 7J-4 23 724 23 5 23 J74 23 77
Jan. 22 724 .22 724 22 (0 '22 74 22 67
Sep. $3 f6 II 76 23 60 23 T' 28 80
Oct. 2i1ii 33 76 23 60 28 5 ' 23 77
Jan. 21 774 21 774 21 60 21 66 ' 2) 75
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Uttle Damage Apparent From Frost Brings
Hetback In Corn.
Chicago, Sept. 11. Indications that but
little damage has been done by frost brought
about a material setback today in the price
of corn. The market closed heavy, lfilc
net lower, at $1.1701.1S, December, and
$1.15 1. 164, May. Oats declined 4o to
l'iWl'io and provisions 710o to 40a
Although there were a few sections where
tempearturea proved low enough to hurt the
corn crop the genera! run of advices led the
trade to assume that there was nothing ap
proaching a calamity. The result was that
soma 'uncertainty which prevailed at the
outset gave way toon to pronounced bearish
sentiment Forecasts of warm weather in all
directions were taken In general as likely
to bring more good to the growing plant at
this critical time than could have been offset
by the frost so far as the news at hand was"
a oroltorion. Heavy selling which weighed on
the market during the gerater part of the
session came largely from houses with earst
ern connections. It was said foreign spec
ulators who bought yesterday on a big
scale to anticipate a possible orop disaster
were among the chief sellers.
Oats broke when corn took a definite
swing to the i.ar side. Export demand wid
ened out, how vit, and acted as a check on
the decline. Receipts here were compara
tively small, but arrivals at other primary
markets continued to exceed last year's
In the wheat trade the principal new de
velopment was the fact that Canada had
formally set a maximum price of $2.20, the
same as In this country. Offerings here re
mained meager and were apportioned as
seemed to the best general advantage, ac
cording to the viewpoint of the. represen
tatives of the food administrator.
Provisions eased down owing to lower
prices on corn. Relative firmness In the
hog market, wus ignored.
Butter Market unchanged.
Eggs Receipts, 13,230 cafes; market un
changed. Potatoes Receipts, 40 cars; market un
Poultry Alive: Market unchanged.
Omaha Hay Market.
Hay Receipts of prairie hay larger. De
mand very quiet, with prices on prairie hay
lower. Alfalfa continues firm and higher.
Choice upland prairie hay, $19.00(8)19.60;
No. 1, $17.00(B18.00; No. 2, $18.00 16.00;
No. 3, $8.00011.00. No. 1 midland, $16.00
18.00; No. 2, $12.60H15.5. No. 1 lowland,
$9 50(rfll.60; No. 2, 17.00 60: No. i, $6.00
9.00. Alfalfa Choice. $:.uo26.00; No.
1, $22.00423.00; standard, f 20.00 2 1.00 ; No.
2, $17.0019.00; No. 3, $12.00014.00. Straw
Oat, $6.507.00; wheat, $6.007.00.
New York Metnl Market.
New York, Sept. 11. Copper: Market firm
er; electrolytic, spot nominal; last quarter,
Iron Market firm and unchanged.
Metal exchange quotes tin steady; spot,
$61 26ff 61.76.
At London Spot copper, 120; futures,
6119 10s; electrolytic, 137; spot tin, 1242;
futures, 1241 15s.
New York, Sept 11. The course of the
stock market waa governed largely today
by the announced weakness of a compara
tively small group of specialties and low
priced railroad aharea. Speculative senti
ment appeared to be confused, and In the
absence of new factors of material In
fluence the operation disclosed no well
developed Initiative. The uncovering on a
comparatively small amount of selling of
a few soft spots accordingly was sufficient
to Impress the whole market and It eased
off gradually. Total aales were 456,000
At the outset a cheerful tone prevailed
and there were appearances of short cov
ering. This tendency disappeared, however,
when it became apparent that the demand
was light and the market was sensitive to
pressure. Early gains amounting to a point
or more In the cases of various represen
tative issues, were lost and In the after
noon a general downward trend developed.
The motor and accessories stocks were
especially heavy. General Motors lost more
than 7 points only a email part of which
was recovered. Maxwell, Studebaker, Chand
ler. Rubber and Ooodrich broke sharply.
Pullman continued Its decline and marked
weakness appeared in Sears Roebuck and
Agricultural Chemical. In the railroad list
the weak point waa against Naw Haven,
which slumped 1 points to a new low record
The drop In roubles continued today and
under the influence of the disturbed political
situation in Russia and the complete ab
sence of demand, the sharpest break of the
movement occurred. The rate fell 2o to
a new low record of 33 4. On the curb
64 por cent bonds broke $ points to a
new low at 7$ and the five 1.2s fell three
to slxty-slx. Somewhat easier conditions
prevailed In the money market. Call money
did not rise above 5 per cent and time
funds were loaned at 64 per cent for all
Bonds were heavy. Total sales, par value,
Liberty bonds were easier selling from
99.96 down to 99.86. United States bonds
were unchanged on call.
Number of sales and quotations on lead
ing atocks. Sales. High. Low Close.
Am. Beet Sugar., 200 tli 18 85V
400 424 424 41fc
Amer. C. & F 1,100 73
Amer. Locomotive 1,000 62 61 61
Amer. S. A R 6,700 97 S 5 961
Am. Sugar Ref. .. 1,700 111 111 H14
Am. T. & T 4,600 1154 114 $14 4
Am. Z. L. & S 200 18 18 J.7V,
Anaconda Cop. ... 10,000 724 81 82
Atchison 400 96 96i 96
A. O. W. I. S. S. 200 96 4 96 4 96 4
H- 0 600 66 664 64
H. & 8. Copper 29
Cal. Petroleum .. 400 164 164 164
Canadian Pacific, 2,000 1574 I664 166
Central Leather .. 4,300 93 81 8$
C. & Ohio 2,300 68 57 66
l., Al. A Si. P...
400 104 103 104
C R. I. Vk P ctfs.. 3,000 15 26 36
1,100 64 64 54
300 45 45 44
3,600 17 26 26
13,600 70 68
Colo. F. A I.
Corn. Prod. Ref...
Crucible Steel ....
Cuba Cane Sugar.
General Motors .,
Gt. No. pfd
Gt No. Ore ctfs..
Int. M. M. pfd....
Int. Paper ,
K. C. Southern....
Konnecott Cop. ...
U A N
Maxwell Motors ..
Mez. Petroleum ..
1,100 64 63 63
(,600 89 87 87
8,400 35 13 (3
1,400 31 80 10
200 18 18 18
1,800 41 41 40
1,(00 120 119 119
.400 31 28 89
1,100 II $0 90
600 86 35 36
St. Joseph Live Ntock Market.
St. Joseph, Sept. 11. Cattle Receipts,
3,000 head; market steady: steers, $8.00
15.60; cows and hclfera, $5.:0fc14.50; calves,
$6 0(1 ( 13.25.
Hogs Receipts, 4.600 head; market
higher; top, $18.75; bulk of sale, $17.75W
1.5; heavy packers, $17.50(&18.UO; mixed
packers, $16. 00:17. 50.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 3,000 head;
market higher; lambs. $10. 60(8 17.60; ewes,
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
New York, Sept. 11. Evaporated Apples
Dull; choice, 14ftl4c; prime, 13134c.
Dried Fruits Prunes, awaiting develop
ments; California, 9&llc; Oregons, 10
10 c. Apricots, firm; fancy, 20c. Peaches,
firm; standard, 10c; choice, 1012c.
Kalslns, firm; loose muntatel, 7i&9c;
choice to fancy seeded, 748!9c; seedless,
94 (U 10c; London layers, $1,180.
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 11. Turpentine
Firm, 394c; sales, 213 hbls.; receipts, 405
bbls. ; shipments, 464 bbls. ; stbek, 13,987
Rosin Firm; sales, 1,(42 bbls.; receipts,
1.616 bbls.; shipments. 2.498 bbls.'. stork,
86,716 bbls. Quotations: B, P, E, F, $5.45;
O, H, I. $6.60; K, $5.66; M. $5.85; N, $6.80;
WG, $7.10; WW, $7.30.
Iomlun Money Market.
London, Kept. 11. Bar silver, 50d per
Money 3 per cent; discount rates, short
bills, 4 per cent; throe months, 4 13-16 per
London Stock Exchange.
London, Sept. 11. American securities
were idle on the stock exchange today.
Mo. Pacific 1,900 18 17
montana rower ,. zoo 81 79
Nevada Copper, ., 1,000 22 22
N. Y. Central 2,100 77 7684 76
N. Y., N. H. it H. 30,700 14 ?! 12
Nor., & Western 118
No, Pacific 400 100 $1 99
Pacific Mall , 26
Paclflo T. A T 22
Pennsylvania 1,300 61 (1 61
Pittsburgh' Coal 60 4
Ray Con. Copper.. 1,100 27 26 26
Reading 6,000 83 81 2
Rep. Iron & Steel. 1,400 81 80 61
Shattuck Arls. Cop 13
So. Paclftc ;. 900 $1 91 91
So. Railway 1,800 27 . 16 16
Studebaker Corp,., 1,400 44 41 43
Texas Co 1,600 167 165 165
Vnlun Paciflo .... 1,(00 129 126 128
U. -S, Ind. Alcohol 2,200 132 128 130
tl g. Steel 6,60O 109 107 108
U. .8. Steel pfd.... 1,800 116 116 116
Utah Copper 1,100 100 (8 18
Wabash pfd "b".. , , II
Western Union ... 1,200 90 88 81
West, Electrlo 44
Total salea for the day, 466,000 shares.
" New York Money Market
New York, Sept 11. Mercantile Paper
D.uvr uu'4 ; sterling, sixty-day bills, $4.71;
commercial sixty-day bills on banks,
$4.71; commercial sixty-day bills, $4.71;
ucmauu, fi.ioi-is; CSDleS, St. IS 7-10.
Silver Bar. I$c Mexican dollars. Tie.
Government Bonds Steady: railroad,
heavy. , '
Time Loans Easier; sixty daya, ninety
days and six months. 1 per cent
wan money Kasier; high, 6 per cent;
low, 4 per cent: ruling rate. 6 oar cent!
closing bid, 4 per cent; offered at 4 per
ceni; isi loan, 4 per cant
U. 8. Is. reg... $6Int. M. M. 6i.... II
17. 8. 2a, coupon 97tK. C. 8. ref. 6s. $
V. S. 3s. rog... 89 L. A N. un. 4s.. 86 4
U. 8. 8s, coupon 19 M. K. A T. lat 4a 87
U. 8. 4s. reg. . .1064MO. Pao. gen. 4a. 87U
-u. a. ts, coupon.i0BTMont. Power 6s. II
Pan. as, coupon 80 N. Y. C. deb. 6s. 18
l. an. a. o JH'0, l"ac. 48.... 86
A. T. A T. clt. 6 19 No. Pao. la 8
Anglo-French 5s. 920. S. L. rer. 4.. 17
Ar. A Co. 4 s.. 90 Pao. T. A T. 6s. PI
Atch. gan. 4s....85Pa, eon. 4s...,100
B. A O. 4s 88Pe. ran. IUi llu
Cen. Leather 6s. 91 Reading gen. 4s. 88
mi. ri, jot.,,, si s-oj.i.,B.ic.aaj. es es
l:. & O. cv. 6s... 838o. Pao. ev. 6s.. 16
C. B. & Q. jt. 4a 96 4 So. Pac. ref. 4s.. 84
OMAS.P.gen. 4i 88Bo. Ry. 5s 98
C.R.I.APao. ref.4 l(T, 4t Pa. 1st... 14
C. A 8. ref. 4s. 7(Unlon Paclflo 4s 81
D.ftR. O. ref. 6s 67 Un. Pac. ov. 4a.. 17
u. m. u. es 6 4U. a. Rubber es.. 18
Erie gen. 4s. .4. 63 U. 8. Steel 5s. .,104
Gen. Eleo. 6s. .. .108 Wabash 1st ....100
ui. i-o. 11 tvts u -west un. 44s. 82
I. C. ref. 4s...... 14 Bld. tOffered.
New York General Market.
New York. Sent 11. Flouiw Tlnaettl.d
spring patents, $11. 11L90; winter pat
enls, fl0.a&10.S0; winter straights, $10.16
iu.i; Kansas straights, $11.15011.40.
Wheat Spot, quiet; No. t red and No.
3 hard. $2.27, and No. 1 northern, Duluth,
$2.30, government prices, elevator.
Barley Unsettled; new California, $1. $7,
0. I. f.. New York.
Corn Spot, firm; No. 1 yellow, $2.16. and
wo. z mixed, Vl.il. 0. I. f., New York.
Oats 8pot, easy; standard, 69c.
Hay Firm; No. 1, $1.22 (5125; No. 2,
$M61.20; No. 3, 95c$1.00; shipping, 80
Hops Firm; state medium to choice,
1917, 7887o; 1918, nominal; Pacific coast,
1117, 36S8c: 10(6, 20ft 26c.
. Hldes-eQuiet; 'Bogota, 43c; Central
Leather Firm; hemlock firsts, S7c; sec
Provisions Pork, strong; mess, $47.00;
family, 146.00 47.00; short clear, $44.00
48.00. Lard, easy, middle west, $31,904
Tallow Easy; city special, loose, 18 40.
W001 Firm; doaieslto fleece, XX Ohio,
Butter Firm; receipts, l,91( tubs; higher
than extras, 44 464c; creamery extras
(92 score), 4444c; firsts, 4344c; sec
onds, 41 'ii42 4c.
Eggs Market firm; receipts, 14,121 cases;
fresh gathered extras 46 48c; extra firsts,
43344c: firsts, 4042c; seconds, 38040c.
Cheese Market strong; receipts, 4.478
cases: state whole milk flats, fresh specials,
25c; do, average run, 24Q24c.
Poultry Dressed, firm; fowls, 2028c;
turkeys, 19 32c.
New York, Sept. 11. Coffee The market
for coffee futures opened steady, with prices
2 to 6 points above the previous close. Trad
ing was quiet at the outset, but later de
veloped a fair volume. Reports from Wash
ington that the government will not Im
pose a consumptive tax on coffee was given
a bullish construction as It was expected
to bring about a more active spot demand.
There was a fair outside demand for. the
late positions, but trade Interests sold and
late in the day prices reacted partially from
the top closing 1 to 2 points net higher.
Sales, 21,250 bags; September, 7.45c; October,
7.62o; December, 7.70c; January. 7.78c;
March, 7.92c; May, 8.07c; July, 8.21c.
Spot coffee dull; Rio 7s, 9c; Santos 4s,
Cost and freight offers were a shade
lower, owing to reports of cheaper ocean
freight rates. Santos 4 were quoted at
9.30a and Rio 7s at 8.16c. London credits.
The official cables reported Rio 7s, 76
rels lower, and exchange l-l(d lower. San
tos futures were unchanged at IS rels
LAST RITES FOR THE
Young; Men Mingle With Older
Omahans at Funeral Services
for President of Conserva- ,
tive Loan and Savings.
Funeral services for the late George
F. Gilmore, president of the Conserva
tive Savings and Loan association,
were held at the First Presbyterian
church yesterday afternoon. Young
men, to whom Mr. Gilmore had given,
generously of himself in his long
service on the Young Men's Christian
association board, mingled with men
of mature and grayer rears, the warm
acquaintances of a full and distin
guished business life in Otnahaj, when
the friends ana relatives of this WelJ
known Omahan assembled to pay
him their respects.
"The final judgment of life ar(
those of character," said Rev. Edwin
Hart Jenks. "In this, as well as in
the usual, the accepted sense of tho
word, Mr. Gilmore s life has been a
successful one." He referred to Mr.
Gilmore's upright business career and
to the church and philanthropic
activities in which he was engaged up
to the day of his death.
"I cannot think but that the splen
did Young Men's Christian associa
tion building at .Seventeenth and Har
ney street will stand, in a sense, as a
monument to his unsparing effort in
behalf of that institution," Rev. Mr.
Jenks said. "He has been a faithful
servant, in this , church, in which he
was an elder, as well as ihthe busi
ness of which he was the president."
The tributes of flowers were ar
ranged in the front of flie church, be
hind the chancel, around the pulpit
and up to the choir loft in a beautiful
The offices of many of Omaha's
prominent men were closed for the
Interment was in Forest Lawn
Peace Society Asks
New York. Sept 10. James . P.
Maurier, chairman of the executive
committee of the People's Council of
America for Democracy and Peace,
made public last night a leter sent
to Attorney General Gregory invit
ing the Department of Justice to
investigate the affairs of the council.
An official .investigation is dest'red,
the letter stated, to set at rest ."ma
licious attacks made upon , us from
outside sources," and added "We
are ready to submit; for. your inspec
tion all our books showing the
sources of our income and the na
ture of our expenditures; also tfur
correspondence, minutes of our gen
eral and executive meetings, material
bearing upon our methods of work
and such additional data as may aid
you in making a thorough investiga
tion." ' ; - -V - ' . f
County Officers to Hold
Convention Here this ''Fill
The convention of the ' Nebraska
State Association of County Commis
sioners and Cdunty Clerks will ba
held in Omaha December 4, 5 and"6,
with headquarters, at the. Castle hotel.
The' officers are: P. J. Kennedy .of
York, president; L. R. Barlow of
Lodge Pole, vice president: G E, Hill
of Hastings, secretary; Mfke Cavey
of St. Edward, treasurer. An, at
tendance of 500 or more is expected.
International Red Cross .
, ' Conference at Geneva
Geneva, Monday, Sept' 10. Tbe"i
ternational ' committee of the Red
Cross convened today, with delegates
in attendance from Denmark, Hol
land, Spain, Norway and Switzerland.
The king of Spain, is represented, by
his personal secretary..- The confer
ence will discuss the situation of pris
oners of war and ways of alleviating
their hardships by means of;-interventions
by neutral countries with' the
various belligerent nations.
ftt. Iule, Live Htork Market.' ;
8t. Louis, Bept. 11. Cattle Receipts, 6,0i
head; market strong; native beef (tears,
18.00016.60; yearling, 37.60 16,00; cowe,
16.00010.00; stockers and feeders. t.Wt
1.60; Texas quarantine. 80.76010. SO; bej
cows and heifers,' 6.00$10.00;' prima year
ling steers' and heifers, 57.60Q10.00; native
calves, 15.76P15.76. ' -
Hogs Receipts, 6,000 head; market 'low
er; lights, 'I18.60O1I 111 Pit. fl8.60QlT.0Oi
mixed and butchers, 818.4519.-00; good
heavy, $18.90 18.10; bulk of sales, 111,60
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,600 hetfd;
market higher; lambs, 111.00017.00; ewes,
10.00910.60; wathere, .. 810.60tpU.S0; can
nera and choppers, 8,007.00v '
, Kansas City Uve Stock Market. ,-
Kansas City, Sept.' II-Cattle Receipts,
14,000 head; market, slow; rlme fed .steers,
118. 00 16.80; dressed beef .steers, 11.6s(
16.00; western stee.ru, 13.0,0 1300i cows,
t5. 60l.00; heifers, 17.00 13.00: stockers
and feoders. $8,6018.60; culls. $.0OQ8.00;
calves, $7. 0013. to.,
IJogs Receipts, 6,000 head; market, high
er; closed weak; bulk of aales, $17.60Q18.60;
heavy, tH.00Q18.76; packers and butchers,
017.7611.80; light, tl7.60Oll.70t . pigs,
Sheep and Lkmbs Recelnta, 1,100 head;
market, higher; Iambs, tl6.60O17.60; year
lings, til. 60016.60; wethers, $10.50018.60;
Chicago Uve . ntock Market.
Chicago, Sept. 11. Cattle Receipt. 11,
000 head; market, unsettled; native beef,
t7.2517.40; western steers, $6.4014.6O
stockers and feeders, f6.i0O10.00; cows and
heifers, $4 6612.70; celvea, $12.0016.00.
Hogs Receipts, 1,000 - head; market,
strong; mostly 10c above yesterday', aver
age; bulk of sales, 117.40 18.76; . lights
$17.16018.80; mixed, $17.0018.90; heavy,
$16.85(6)18.86; rough, f 16.85017.10; pigs
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 18,000 fceadf
market, strong; wethers, 18.76012.60; sweat
f8.00ll.CO; lambs, f 11.76017.75. Y .
Sinus City Live. Stock Market;
Sioux City, la., Sept. 11. Cattle Receipt
2.500 head: market steady; beef steers, 17.01
O16.00; fat cows and heifers, t6.06O.00
ranners, $5.006.00; stockers and , feeders,
f7.00O12.00; calves, f7.60O12.80: bulls,
stags, etc, ft. 00O8.00; feeding cows- and
heifers, $6.00 8.00.
Hogs Receipts, 1,(00 head: market 15 0
26o higher;, light, $17. 600 18.30: mixed.
$17.7518.50; - heavy, tl7.25 11. ?5; pigs.
tl4.60O16.60; bulk of sales. $ 17.60OH.00.
Sheep and Lambe Rtcelp'ta, t,090 head;
Minneapolis' Grain Market.
Minneapolis, Minni, Sept. 11. Flour Un
changed. Rye f 1.83 1. 14. . , -Barley
Bran f 20.00 29.60.
Cotton Market. '
New York, Sept 11. Cottc--Future
upcueu eieauy, uciuuoi, v.?iu, it-ohiu i,
20.38c; January, 20.30c; March, 20.41c; Hay.
A EA. . -
Th Attnn markat fnAav clnMrl 44 4a 63
points net higher. - - .
Liverpool Cotton Market.
T.(vmnnl Rent It r?nttnn Snot In bet
ter inquiry; prices unchanged; good mid
dling. 17.36d; middling, 16.95d; (ow mid
dling, 16.45d; good ordinary, JS.60d; pridl-
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New York Sugar Market. .
New York, Sept. 11. Sugar Raw, market
nominal; centrifugal, 7.02c; molasses, 6.14c;
refined sugar, steady; line granulated. 1,49