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FURNISHED roe mln Dundee horn! ' Break
faat It doalrod. lUteeaabl. Wat $334.
i WO east front furnished UdroorniT on
East Park or Una. Phone Harney 1828.
NlCELT furnished rrm, modern, all con
veniences, breakfast optional. Web. 1721.
jftCBLT furnished room Id privet taoraai
desirable for one girl. Tat Harney 5698.
WEBSTER 1ST Pleasant room In private
"heme, very reaaonable to lady employed.
suite for employed young
ladles; all modern. 800$ Dedre. H. S764.
LARGE. mod. room, private family; break'
. taw oesireo. ;03 rratt. Colfax 35(5,
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
E3TABR.OOK ant.. nffl.. 4l,v. o.
$26 month. O.iP. Btebblne, 161 Chicago!
PETERS TRUST COM PANT.
Specialists III Apartment Management.
FREE for clearing, few acres of willow;
rrcn riTor oouom tana. Red 7401.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
pleasant room: walktnar distan
ciese to vreignton. 81.15 Hirnn loio.
VERT desirable room for one or two nurses,
VERT desirable room for one or two nurses.
Hospital neighborhood. Dourlaa 5699.
2$31 ' JACKSON Pleasant tur. rm. In pri
vate lamiiy. eJ.ov. Harney 6I7II.
UwOliS nicely furnished, with breakfast;
new moaern nome. wcpster 8374.
NICELY furnished modern sleeping room
walking distance. Douglas 7956.
HEATED rooms, $1 per week and up. 1915
vapnoi ATQ. ,
1111 HOWARD, stJam heated furn. rooms.
CWO light housekeeping rooms, on single,
bath floor, good furnlturt and electrlo
light. Mrs. J. K. Johnson, 2311 Douglas.
I-ROOM furn. suite, gas, hot water and new
ly decorated; private home; all conven
lences. Red 5597.
716 NORTH 17th St., rooms for light house
keeping. Red 4324.
FURNISHED or unfurnished rms. (or light
DBUBeitBFpiry. narney esas.
Board and Room.
ELEOANTLT furn. rm. for one or two gen
tlemen or man and wife employed. Board
if desired. Webster 4056.
BRIttHT, sunny rooms; bath; breakfast and
evening dinner If desired; to employed
oniy. weosier 4ss, v
WANTED School, children to board; 1
blocks 'from Miller Park school. Phone
TO employed married couple, room In mod.
private iiome, i per week. Doug. S835.
CHILDREN to board by day or week; under
I years. 13.50 a week. Douglas 8211.
LARCE south room for 2, West Farnam. Prl
at family. Harney 6066. '
TABLE board, good horn cooking. H. 820.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
The Hyland, 18th and Nicholas.
Steam heat and alaotrlo lights, newly
furnished apartments, 33.60 to 17 per
wek,-lncluding lights, heat, water, jani
tor and maid service. Web. 4067.
CHOICE four-room niodern-epartment, West
Farnam district; sp.?ndld new furniture;
156 summer, $62.50 winter. References
required. Box 7393, Omaha Bee.
616 S. 13th 8t., storeroom, 20x4;, snd 6
rooms aoove, mod. ex. heat, H0.
BIRKETT A CO..
160 Bee Bldg. Doug. 631.
STOREROOM for rent. Sun Theater Bldg.
n ko.al.jt vuarAM (Realtors)
'" sun Theater Bids
jauutK.N store, cor. 16th and Cass. Choice
location, o. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
uuutKN store, 16th St., near postoffice,
. u. r. stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
4711 8. I4TH 8T., So. 81de. Near P. O.
E. H. Benner Co. Doug. 8406.
Ill SOUTH 16th Steam heat.
JOHN N. FRENZER, Douglas 634.
Office and Desk Room.
LOW-PRICED mod. offices Farnam Bldg.,
is remain, (Old 1st Nat Bank Bldg.
FIRST TRUST CO., (Realtors.) Tyler 600,
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Houses and Apartments!
EIGHT-ROOM , house.
preferred, by Oct. 1.
Beinls Park district
No children. H. 1130,
WANTED TO RENT A small furnished
apartment In West Farnam district for
one month, beginning about Oct. 15, to be
occupied by adults only. Satisfactory ref
erences will be furnished. Box 7386,
LIST your rental property with us. Have
waiting list. Call today.
INTER-STATE REALTT CO.,
929-30 City Nat - Doug. 8861.
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and moving
21 N. 11th St Phono Doug
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Expert services: prompt sttentlon. Tout
moving, your packing, your storage.
Stain Offlcs, Centra) Furniture Store,
17th and Howard. Tel. Doug. 7785.
Phone Douglas 288 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving,
, 16th and Jackson Sts.
flIAHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1917.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Five-room bungalow, classy outside and
Price $1.8 SO. reasonable tern.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL
(42 Paxton Block.
NEW bungalow. 5-r. and bath, strictly mod.,
bullt-ln Buffet and cupboards: oak finish;
rooms all decorated; full basement: tur
naca heat; lot 40x128 ft; one block to
school tod car. Price cut to 82,950, Easy
RASP BROS.. 10 Ktellno Bldg. Tyler Til
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
GRAIN AND PRODUCE LIVE STOCK MARKET
small' Nebraska tarra a neaa navnunta
- sores no. vvs xarra tn farm n an
aiatS'JJST on creaI Extremely pi cattle Bun ,ud Prices Are
uun and no corn Sales Are Signer Than a WeeK Ago;
Reported Until Juit
FOR SALE Cheap, my Improved Ut-aore
farmnear Ponca, Neb.! easy terms. It
aesireo. Address Dr. C. W. Qlllln, 111
r. i. m t. iag., bioux city. la.
A FIRST-CLASS 110-ecre farm 4 miles
from Hartlngton, Nab. Wall Improved
ana an gooa land: will sell or exchange.
. ee u. a. nun. us a. tana, weft.
Hogs 10 to 20 Oents Up;
Feeder Sheep Lower,
W FARNAM SMITH & CO..
Roal Estate and Insurance.
tro from St. Doug. 1044.
R. S. TRUMBULL,
1306 1st Nat Bk. Bldg.
JIO-ACRE. 8 miles 8. W. Coleridge, well Im
proved, till per acre. Easy terms. Paul
etrson, J41-4 Branded Thea. "Bldg., D.
SEVERAL good northeast Nebraska farm
Bargains; easy terms if desired. A. A.
rauman, 088 Securities Bldg.
FOR SALE Imp. farm, mile to modern
town, Pster Rock. Mason City. Neb.
LIST your lands for quick results with d
Omaha September II, HIT.
Receipts wars: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 17,171 1.174 11,144
Official Tuesday 11,114 4,111 41.661
Official Wednesday .. 11.801 8.116 17,710
Official Thursday 1,144 1,178 11,711
Estimate Friday . 1,600 1,100 11.000
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
J. Canan. 610 MoCafue Bldg., Omaha.
Oregon Lands, v
TRACKAGE Fino site on B. 4 it
site (6x166: can be bought cheap. C. A.
unmmcl. phone Douglas 1616.
REAL ESTATE- Investment
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKJST & SON.'
60 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
"Heart of the Range.
Jordan valley project Oregon. 44.000
acres Irrigated land. Fret map. Next ex
cursion, October I,
HARLET J. HOOKER.
(40 First Nat Bank Bldg., Omaba. Nth, at H-Ol, these prices being about unchanged.
mere was oniy a limited trade In oats.
this cereal selling fractionally lower.
Omaha, September 11, 1(17,
Receipts of train today totaled 171 cars
twenty-nine cars of wheat, nlnety-alx oars
of corn, forty cars of oats, ens rye and seven
oaney. oniy a few cars of wheat wers
lurnea over to tne food admlniatratlon,
mora cars being reported than aotually
rnven, most oi tnese oeing or the No, I
and No. I trades, which the mills took
. Tr!.i. lnvCVh oorn M rtry au" n P mo days 1 w'ks ago.!7!741
,w niium ni. n naur OI ino Close or (U Sam. Avm A ial . BM it AAJ
session no trades in this cereal wera re. sm rt.v. 'n'm
.l,k-,..L - - . I ........
,., un,uii w lair aemana,
but.seHtirs were unable to fix a price on
thel offerings. Those offered b some
wero rejected, ss buyers were not Inclined
to pay the high prices asked. However,
early In the afternoon one car of No. I
yellow soM st 19.0 and one of No. 1 mixed
Five days this week.. 81.1 37
Sam days last week.. 18,414
Sam day i w'ka-ago. 40.717
REAL ESTATE B'nest Pr'pty
LA. WOLf. Realtor, Ware Blk. Specialist
m downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
SHERIDAN, Dswes, Rock and Dundy Co.
improved rancnes, clear, for sal or ex-
8. S. ft R. E. MONTGOMERY.
Douglas 4810. 617 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
C. M. ft St. P.
itAtsua ot fair vttlue assured ;iiamber 1 "any from a fourth to a half sent below CAN. W., east
i voiiimoroe. ew pians to seme ana 7'i oes figures, to standard I c, ft n. W., west
asveiop tn most fertile lands of South grans or wnu oats sold at on price, 60o, C, St. P., M. ft O.
jexaa, iromeaiaieiy adjacent fine market i wmie tna wo. I white brought IIHftlc. IC, B. ft 0... east.
faiiiiiua nu uairying aemousiration un-1 wnu soia at tiHfi!H( and on
car of the No. t mixed grade brought
Receipts of rye and barley were nnlm
portant, with th market about a ont lower
on coin tnese cereal. No trarina In rve
war made, while No. S barley sold at 11,86
and the No. 4 at 11.301.88.
Late Two lata sales of whit corn of th
No. 1 grad were reported at 11.1001.11.
Clearances: Wheat and flour equal to 6,000
ou. ; oais, Q3,(1UQ DU.
Primary wheat receipts wer 1.031.000 bu.
Renelpta and disposition ot live stock at
tn union stock yards, Omsha, for twenty
four hours ending at 1 p. m. yesterday:
Cattle, Hogs. Sheen. H Vs.
der our direction. Only approved lands
offered for sale. If you want to own a
farm writ for booklet J. Agricultural
t'epi., inamoor of Commerce, Houston,
OOOD oorn land, east Texas, IS sn sere.
uei my ire oook.
W. 8. FRANK. 801 Neville Block. Omshs
C B, A Q., west. . 11
C, R. I. A P., cast 1
C. R. I. A P., west . .
Illinois Central 1
C. O. W
Total receipts. . , . (8
HUJ4KSTEAD LAND 140 acres. Tou get
section of mmA lanil In Wunmin t ,A
railroad; beat soli, good water. 'Come st ", nnm of 461,000 bu.. against
HAVE 640 acres of land In Brown O
.-eu., tor iraue tor lurnmnea noiei in
country town. 3116 S. 13d St, Omaha.
Faul sydon, agent.
once. 1811 Dodge St., Apt 4, Omaha, Neb.
and shipments of
640 ACRES fine grass land in Blaine Co.,
niceiy improved, io per aero, for bom
in omana. 803 Cm. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
INVESTIGATE ray system; Omaha Realty
iraaing io.. is vauerson tsik. Tyler 166.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looking at MINI E LUSA 300 dlf.
ferent buyer decided that It was th best
proposition on the market and they
oacKea tneir juagment by buying lots.
IF TOU will come out today you will
understand v ny tne others are buying.
CHARLES VV. MARTIN & CO.,
743 Omaha Naff Bank Bldg. Tyler 18T.
FARM LAND WANTED
DON T list your farm with us if you want
to keep it. Don t list your farm with
US it you will not sell st a bargain. V
have buyer who want to buy and pay
spot cash. If you want their cash lint
your farm with us at a price we can sell
MUWUBH BON. 433 8. 16th St
Omaha. Douglas 8371.
QUICK selling merchandise to exchange for Minneapolis
ciesp. neoraaKa or Boutn Dakota land. Duluth
uive numoers or tn land and full desorlo.
tlon In first letter. Address John Lewis,
xsox us, oioux city, la.
rooms for household
moving, paeklnt and
?5R GALE or rent, before Oct. 1,
modern, close In cil3S
Price --reasonable. Call
. 1811 Davenport St. "
SIX-ROOM modern house furnished
Rent or aale,
Patrick Ave. Walnut 8186.
FOR RENT HOUSES
TO RENT WEST - FARNAM HOUSE.
8 fine rooms, very large sleeping porch;
gaTkge for twp cars; everything In splen
did condition; a very desirable nome; poS'
session at once.
ALLEN A BARRETT, Excluslvs Agent.
- 611 Be Bldg. - Doug. 77(8.
FOR RENT-KOUNTZE PLACE
HOME, 4 BEDROOMS AND
Full south front lot, lawn, flowsrs, fruit
trees, And trap Arbor. Ha tarage In rear
built so It can be heated. All floor oak and
oak stairway; very elaborate lighting fix
tures; au wall are of high grad decora
tions; only on block from Lothrop school,
Children do not have to cross car line.
Basement la finished with coat bin and
Vegetable room. House haa A No. 1 heating
plant Built for a home. For further In
formation or- appointment call Traver
Brothers. 81 ' First National Bank Bldg.,
- Phone Douglas 8886.
6-ROOM hou, 1 story, strictly all modern,
i:o. 1803 Franklin St.. vacant Oct. 1.
(room, ?-story house, strictly all modern,
36, till Ruggle St.. vacant Oct. 1.
C-roora, modern but heat. 111; 3706 Seward
et, Tel. Dougla 3603.
1632 DAVENPORT ST.. 8-f.. arranged for
- families, hot water heat 136. E. H. Ben-
ner Co.. poof . 8408.
$36 7-room, modern, east
house. Bemls Pafk.
' 6. ROOM bunftaloV all modern, on on floor,
with garage, 30; Vacant Oct 1. 1110 S.
85th Ave, Pougla 2801.
110 NW, rooms, ' all modern house. Will
rent from Oct 1.
2101 8. 10th Bt Tel.
HOUSES AND COTTAOES.
7-ft. J606 Pierce St inv....
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT
6-R., 630 South 14th Ave ...116.00
6- R., 2176 Saratoga St.............. 20.00
- STRICTLY MODERN.
l-R. 123 South list Av.,,w...'.m.00
7- R. (17 South 16th St,.. 16.00
6-R.1016 Dewey Ave ,.. 17.60
8- R. 1801 North 17th St.......... 10.00
l-R 626 South 26th St....
, l-R.-eKK Chicago St.............
10-R.-SS21 Dodge St....
PORTER A cHOTWELL,
S02 South 17th St. - Doug. 1011.
Office With HOME BUILDERS. ,
3001 MASON St7," "rooms, strictly modern;
Very-omfortable hous and t6y to
v heat. Rent 426, " '
C64 S. S8th St... 10 rooms, strictly modern;
, (rranged for light housekeeping roohis.
Rent 130. .
2:,U N. (let t , 8-room cettaM. VteAt 116.
3301 N. S4lM ,Ht, 6-room cottage. Rent 316.
' 2680 Spatildlng ,St. room. Rent $25.
2283 Locust St.y rooms, strictly modern.
Rent $26. V ' j..
3123 Cass St. i I room Rnt $40,
GILBERT? C. LOOM1S.
10 Mcf'agiiePJrtg. ' . , Douglas 870.
WE ' want mor houses ahd SpaMment to
rent th fact that we have praetlcally
cleared up our bit Utt I conclUslv proof
ot th efficiency ot our rental service, tf
you want to keep your place rented see
,P(yne A Slater Co., Omaha Rental Men,
616 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldtf, Doug. 1016.
1006 8. ltd St., 6 rms., all modern. .$28.00
2418 N. 18th St.. 7 rms.. all mad.... 10.00
2311 Mason St, 8 rms., all med.... II. 00
1714 fishier St., 1 rms., all mod.,., 17.60
201 1. 12th St., 10 rm., pert mod.. 30.00
BIRKETT & CO.,
390 Bee Bldg. Doug. '633.
318 6. 31st, 6-roolhs , .$J.oi
Jit N. 25th, t-r. cottage............ 17.60
2611 Farnam, 7-r., 47.60
ARMSTRONG-WALSH CO. -
Tyief 1836. 353 Securities gldg.
ALi.'li WAtklNO DISTANCE. '
$353230 Chicago, 8 rooms, mod.
$111864 M. 20th, 4 reams, water paid.
$10106 8. 28th. 6-r., water paid.
RINGWAJTfiBrandel L .Thea Bldg.
fl4 N. 14TH St, 10-r., all mod.r$iT
611 B, 89th St.. 6-r., strictly modern, $27.60.
F, D. WEAD, lift 8. 16th St. Doug. 171.
aiouses In aU parts ot th city. .
CR"OH. SONS A CO.,608 Be Bldg.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
f - West
25TH AVE. AND DOUGLAS. .
, 1 or 4 -room Apartment fireproof and
soundproof. Twd disappearing Murphy
beds, automatlo elevator. Root tardea.
Strictly modern. " Harney 2074.
CLOSE la rooms, suitable for studio, office,
dentist, dressmaker, etc., with living rms.
adjoining, T, r. Hall, 414 Ratnge. D, T486.
APARTMENTS, ail sisea and prices, splen
dld location. 14th and Fsrftsm. t. 14tl
., 1154 JONES.
NEW, I room with bullt-ln beds,
small dressing room, Bullt-ln chiffonier;
' very choice; wall safe, ale light rooms;
closs in; no carfare: oak flnC; excellent
, Janitor aervlce. $37.60 turn.;. $42.60 win
' ter. Janitor will show ytt through.
OMAHA'S LAROEST RENTAL AOENCT.
Hastings A Heyden, 1614 Haf. Tyler 60.
FIRST floor, strictly modern, neat and wa-
ter furnished. Call Doug. 1864.
goods and piano;
OMAHA VAN AND 6TORAOE CO.,
101 8. 16th. Dougla 41(1.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real servlc In moving, paeklnt and
storing, call Tyler 280 or Dougla 4888.
J. C. REED
Express Co., .Moving
Packing and Storage.
1207 Farnam St Web. 2748. D"ug. 6146.
OUR BUSINESS IS MOVING.
Large vanr two men. $1.60' per hour.
MAOQARD'S STORAGE CO., Doug. 141J.
WeskFarnam District '
Residence, eva room, thro en first
floor oak, four on second white enamel,
hot water heat, tiled vestibule and bath.
Reasonable terms lt desired.
108 Farnam Bldg.
Biggest Value in Omaha
$250 Down $25 Per Month
Dandy full two-story, six-room (quart
' house, strictly modern In evefy rejipect.
Oarage and barn. Choice south front cor
ner lot, one block to car. Price only
ri $1,100. .
OSBORNE REALTT CO.,
701 Om. Nat, Bank Bldg. Tyler 4.
A DUNDEE HOME. -
That has never been rented or offered
for sale, 1 large rooms full Basement,
very fin double garage, fine floors and
beautiful decorations, is about 7 year old
and ha been kept In splendid condition by
the owner. Lot I 62x138, la very eon
venlent to tar line, Possession at once.
1,250 will buy It, It Is worth a thousand
ALLEN A BARRETT, Sole Agents
611, Bee Bldg. Doug. 7768.
. In West Farnam district, rooms,
(trlctly modern, hot water heat; lot 48x
111, fruit trees and shrubbery. Owner
leaving city otters this for quick sale at
$4,000. Terms. Owner, H. 6734.
6-R. BUNGALOW with full lot, nicely lo
cated, 2 blocks to Columbian school,
$3,500. F. D. Wead, 210 S. 18th St.
TWO bouses and one store at 4122 Hamilton
St Make me an offer. Harney 430",
Located high and sightly, 32d, near De
catur street. We gold seven In this loca
tion last season. Has five rooms, elosets
and hath, full basement, large, roomy
porch. All decorated wltli high-grade pa
per, til In kitchen and bath. Shades
and electrlo fixtures. Oak finish In living
end dlnlnt rooms, pedeptal opening with
bookcase. Price $1.(36. Substantial first
payment, balance monthly tike rent. This
Is $3,260 Value. Call for appointment
, TRAVER BROS.,
f hone t. 1181. lit First Nat Bank.'
BEAUTIFUL 60-foot lots. Prio $220, only
cssn ana u cents per weeK. Doug. 18(2.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Real Estate. Loans and Mortgages.
FARM and city loans, running from five
to twenty years,' Interest. 6 per cent. 6U
per cent and ( per cent. PETERS TRUST
w., in rarnam St.. Omaha. Nh
j . .
Ull and farm loans promptly made. Rates
e, ii ana per cent Reasonable com
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
ii. ooum inn, umana, reo.
cetpts of 1,658,000 bu.
1,348.000 bu. lsst year.
rrimary corn recelnta were 49) AAA tm
ana smpments of 1(8,000 bu., against re.
eeipts Of , 766.000 bu. and shlnmente of
53.vvv pu, isst year.
rnmary oats rece nls wera 1.4RI AAA !
ana smpmem ot 1,033,000 bu,, against re-
' '"LOOO bu. and shipments of
.v. issi year.
These sales were reported today;
Corn No. 1 while: 1 rr. nil
$1.10. No. 1 yellow: 1 car, $2.0$. No. I mixed;
i- car tnear wnite), $3.01; 2-3 car. $3.03,
ro. a mixea: i car (near whit), $3.0(; 1
Winnipeg . . .
Morris A Co....
Swift A Co.
Cudahy Pkg. Co
Armour A Co
Schwsrta A Co
J. W. Murphy ......
Lincoln Pkg. Co
S. Om. Pkg. Co
W. U. Yansunt Co..
F. B. I.l
Huston & Ce
J. B., Root A Co.. . .
J. H. Bulla
Werthelmer A Doeu
li. F. Hamilton
Jtothsehlld A Krebs; .
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co. .
Baker. Jones A S.. . ,
John Harvey '
Dennis A Francis....
Jensen A t.ungrom.
Practically new 6-room, modern home:
acre of ground; 2 blocks to Benson csr
llne and school; a nice east front 'high
and sightly location. Nonresident owner
must sell. Price $3,480. Easy terms.
246-7-8 Omaha Nat'l. Bk. BMg. Tyler 60.
wneat no. I hard w nter- 1 r.r f.mt. l... a. .
nllra winter: I csr, (3.0. fat O Day
aim nara winter: i o.r..ii n Nn 1
northern spring: 1 rar. $2.16. No. 1 north
ern spring: 2 cars. $3.11. No. 2 red spring:
1 csr (smutty). 11.08. No. a t mnnnw t
car, $1.07: 1 car (very smuttvv it n k a
$1,800 M'TGE. bearing 6 pet semi-annually; I durum; 1 car, $1.06; 1 ear (smutty),
"7 properly vaiuea si o,isu. TS1- I
narieyNo.,!, I oars, $1.16; 1 car. $1.3
iu. : s cars, slid.
oats standard: 1 ears. (Oo. NA. i hii,
i cars. nc; i-e cars, 88 He No. 4 whit
i cars, ohc; I cars, 8(e. No. I mixed: 1
car, evitc, tvo. 4 mixed: 1 csr. 88c.
1.471 4,63 18.086
a ratner liberal run
NEW YORK STOCKS
Market Exhibits Strength at
Opening, Following Announce
ment of Copper Price;
Reacts Quickly. ,N
New Tork, Sept 21. Following the lead
of the copper shares, which war stimu
lated by the announcement that a price ot
llfeo for the metU had been agreed upon,
th atoek market at the opening today gave
th best exhibition ot strength since the
turn of the market came on Wednesday.
A reaction came oulckly, however, and the
market was deprtssed below yesterday1
last figures. Toward th close renewed
strength appeared and the advance was re
sumed energetically. ' Total sales were (6I,
Tho price fixed for copper was regarded
as satisfactory, not only because It put an
snd to fears ot a severs falling dowa In
prices, but because of the favorable Inter
encee which might be drawn In retard te)
the settlement of similar psndlnt questions.
That .the market did nnt show better sus
talneid stobngth under th influence of the
announoement probably was due to the fact
that Ha effect was largely discounted by
the recent He.
Th coppers developed pronounced
strength on the 1st upturn, with s gain,
ot IHo for smelting. Steel share also were
active and strong. There were a few weak
spot among the Industrials, Including
Motor snd Zlno shares. Railroads, as here.
tofore, were negleoted. Canadian Faolflo ws
Ther wa an unusually active demand
for Liberty bonds, which sold at a pram,
lum for th first time In months. The
rsng was 89.(8 to 100.02. 'I he general bond
market was heavy, with further weakness
In Investment Issues. Total sales (par valoe).
(6,600.000. United States bonds were un.
changed on call.
Number ot sales and quotation on leading
stocks: Bales. .High. Low. Close.
Am. Beet Sugar.,, (00 HI 8(14 86
4,700 4314. 61 43
1.00 71 Tl Ti
100 tt 41V tiH
16,700 101 88H mm
. 1.700 11J4 111 5 11 Ti
700 111 117 118Vi
Am. Car A Fndry.
Am. Smelt A Ret,.
Am. Sugar Ref. ,.
Am. Tel. A Tel....
Am. Z. L, A 8
mage-Loeml Inv. Co., W. o. W. Bldg.
H. W. BINDER.
Honey on hand for mortgage loans.
muy national Bank Bldg.
SHOPEN A CO., PRIVATE MONET.
or cattle for a Friday hers today, shout
1.800 hesd, and th week's receipts, 61,000
iiwin, nave ocen ins Heaviest of th aien,
mny iwic as neavy sa a week ago. Otter
Ings today war largely ou the riu. Ai
der tnd Included nothing verv dMlrahle In
th way ot beef steers and cow stuff, Th
resun wss s rather sow and Indifferent
ACREAGE FOR RENT.
1H acres, five-room house, elee. lights,
barn and good well. 6617 Evans St., $20.
280 Bee Bldg. Doug. 682.
WEST OF DUNDEE
A Conservative Investment
Th! I Just south of Paclfle street and
commands an elegant view off fFatracres
and JJundee. Lay fine, very desirable for
subdivision within the near future. This
can be bought at a price and terms to
warrant anyone Investigating who wishe
a sound conservative Investment.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, (Realtors)
ion rtarney bi. mono Tyler 80.
Well located lot on easy terms. Mod.
ern, attractive bom. Befor buying b
mutm ana see
GEORGE & CO.
( PER CENT Mortgages secured by Omaha
resiaenee property, for ssle by E. H.
Lougee, Inc., 4SJ Kesllne Bldg.
s'ARU and city loans, 8, 6V6 and 8 per cent
vv. n. -i nomas, nenine mag. Doug. 1(48.
$100 to 810.000 MADE Dromotlv. Siy
Weed. Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts.
MONEY to loan on mproved farms and
rancnes. Klok Inveatment Co.. Omsha.
OMAHA HOMES. EAST NEB. FARMS.
u-KEsra k. 13. CO., 1018 Omaha Nat'l.
NO DELAY IN CLOSIN6 LOANS?
W. T. OR AH AM. (04 Be Bldg.
MONET HARRISON A MORTON,
lie umana Nat. Bank Bldg.
$2 1 w n- no 1 wh;roiuiri,iPhN:'
No. 1 1 whU. 61 60 Uc': starA." !? J!!S
vidav. viiuovvc, Riinaira. 111a A iim a, A iti. . . . L .
no. 1 whit. BiuAKtteg,. m a .kT.i r:., jv'":w OB "P
-- w --- "' 1 6ui( vi mi oiivnnvi it wan a vr andvan
st B,; No" ?r le".'nen and uncertsln all week, clos-
' (l i'tPL". Int price belnt vsry little different from
l. I ' 0 JI iwc inn gram
ia" 1118 Bouth Blxteenth street, Omaha:
Art. 4. Open. I HIhTLow.1
KTT- r '. I
HOMES and home sites tn Dundee.
8HUZ.ER A CART. 204 Keellno. D. MT4.
New Poultry House
Located at 37th and Wirt fits. A splen
did little place. House on full cement
diock foundation, with outside ce)larvy.
House Is attractive: has tavo largo rooms,
with large porch. Poultry house built o
cording to government plans. Monthly
payment. Including Interest, $10.60 per
monui. tan jyier so ana ask lor Mr.
HASTINGS & ttEYDEN (Realtors),
ioi4 Harney m.
FIVE!, ten fifteen tr twenty acres, close In;
,!& per acre ana up. Tel. wal. 8468.
C OT. CITT r OARVIN BR"61T"
" " LOANS Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
LOW RATES C, O. CARLBERO, 211 Bran-
qeis xnester Bldg. p. 686.
Stocks' and Bonds.
.OIL stocks! '
A. L. WRIOHT,
riatlron Hotel. Doug. 1717.
$1,200 M'TGE. bearing 6 pet semi-annually;
aeeurea by property valued at 8J.M0. Tal-
mage-Loomls Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by ths Business Men of Omsha.
FURNITURE, pianos and note as security.
tu, e mo., a. goods, tetai cost (3.80.
$40, 6 mo. endorsed notes, total cost $160.
Smaller, large am't proportionate rate.
fROVIUBNT LOAN SOCIETY.
. .., w ., i.iVi,si. ling cr ess betnr v.rv 11111. irr.....
Chicago closing nrleea. furnished Tb ) the close of Isst week.
by Logsn A Bryan, stock and grain brokers. . Th feeder market Just at present tppeira
l u sunering irom a case of Indigestion
more plain and common cattle than h
country coum use. country buyer have
Mfn instating on nualliy and whether cattle
were heavy or lleht If ih.v ,im i
uualtly they were slow seller at unevenly
lower prices. Comnared with -..u
'" "v fvy rsui ire steady to strong,
i'ui un 1 n menttim irm nH.w.H ......
61H closing up quotations era fully 86a lower
I than a week , en mA .. ,
43 IE I i.7. .. -.- " .""
. . . ..,,, aeveiops toaay and tomor
" i! row, eulte a good many eetil. win h
43 75 I rled over until nett ,,.!, in .- ,
Quotations on eatiu, rrin. 1.--k-.....
1u.1rown.10; goeii to rhnlce beeves, $18 60
16.00; fair to good beevr. 818 it. A 11 sc.
common to fair beavu iiuaii.., ...j 1
" yeaning, - (14.notV18.80i fair to good
ycanings, 8i1.oofp13.oo; common to fair
reanings, i.epu.ei prime heavy trass
uvvvvs. eiJ.TSFIfl.tl01 snofl tA ,knln
beeves, $10.60U 60: fair t eond r...
Close. I YS.
Deo. I 1 II 41 1 18H 117 1 1814 H8H
Onty lU 16 U
Hep. I ,404 06i tt ti (0
Dec. 86U bH 11 87 74 88L
pay (,HI . 60H
Hep. 43 11 43 60 41 M 41 60
Oct. 43 10 43 60 48 10 43 SO
Jan. 41 (0 44 60 48 (0 44 16
uiro, 1 11
Bep. 24 10 24 $0 24 10 24 IT 24 06
Oct. 23 7 ' 14 00 83 17 23 IS 22 (0
Jan. 21 (2 11 06 3 (0 22 (1 22 $7
Bep. IS OS 26 70 26 02 26 20
Oct. It 00 26 60 34 82 26 It
Jan. I 22 63 I 11 7 21 67 11 (0
CIUCAOO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
TEN acre, close In, lays tine. (4,000. Tel.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE have teveral good reliable buyer tor
t ana 6-room house and bungalow with
$200 to $500 'town, call Osborne Realty
Bears Control Corn Market Owing to Fact II!!' !! JUS!4;!" omm0n 'air trass
xnat Promised Frost Fail I i. .VZ! . w . " cnoice neirers.
to Materialise. ri V. rnolc rw' ' M9
. 100i fair to good cew. 86.T6e7.78! enm.
unicago, 111., nept. 11. .Bears took control 1 mm . r.i. 11 ..-,"' j ...
tit nu IM ISfh .A e I of lh nm m.rW.f . . I ... t?".! .. P"C IBtQ.
" " 1 " . : " w.rrp, eiii.vvanz.iD good to cnoice feeders.
LEGAL RATES 1 LOANS tn tnt threatened damage by frost $8.60(.60; fair to good feeders. $7.60il66
$24.00 $240.00 or more. I had failed to develop. The market closed common to fair feeders. (6. 76417.26: mod
unneiiied, W1'4C net lower at (1. 18KO to cnoice atockers, I8.00OB. 00: stock heifers.
1.18 December and $1.14 01.16 Msy. $6.6008.00; stock cows, $6.0007.60! stock
Oats finished i to o oft and provisions calves, $6.008.00 veal Calves. $1.00012.76:
Up 10 HIIC. ' I UUMH, .IflRH, etc., SB.BUfJl.I.
A forecast of genenfly fslr and warmer epresentatlve sales;
weatner saaen lores 10 tne sentiment
agslnRt the hulls In corn. Besides, there
HortAll Liv Stnrlr -VrnVlo were eomewhat enlarged offering to arrive
Reports were current, .too, that the gov
ernment had taken corn over In neutral
vessels lying at the seaboard. Assertions,
however, that th Dutch government was
making progress toward tonnage arrant
ments with the United Btates rallied the
market a little. t
Oats descended with corn. Large prl
msry receipts and talk ot an embargo at
Baltimore acted aa a weight on the mar
ket. The tact that 800,000 bushels had
been taken at the seaboard for enpert was
Easy payment. utmost privacy.
140 Fatten Bldg. Tel. Doug. 12(6.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY.
DIAMONDS and jewelry loans at 2H and
iVi per cent; private booths. W. C. Flatau,
(01 Securities (Rose) Bldg. Tyler 910.
FOR BALK 6 delivery wagons at your
price. Maarman vinegar A Fickle Co.,
1(14 B. 20th Bt
RlDItto horse, broken to drive; for quick
sale tnle week. Heed C. Feters, 1622 Far
MUST SELL at once, team of horses, hsr-
ness and wagon. Make offer. 816 8.
21st Bt Douglas (447.
488 $4 60
8i$ T 00
76T f 40
71 T 78
841 1 66
1. ...... .1040 11 00
( 1.. 841
(66 $6 10
(It T 16
76S 8 00
,1108 10 (8
741 7 86
686 8 (0
760 11 $0
Co., Tyler 40. 701 Omaha Nat Bank POULTRY AND PET STOCK "ot 'en9,,, known herf unt11 ,fWr ,h
Will sell below cost l-room all-modern
etcept heat cottage, almost new; south
front; ha torn fruit; chicken yard in
rear. This Is located cat 1110 Burdette,
cloee t car. Price $1,100. Can give
Ill First Nat. Bank. ,
KOUNTZE PLACE HOME
Seven room with sun room; hotVater
heat, with tarage; one-half block to car;
Only built a few seasons. Thl Is strlatly
first class. Will sacrifice. Douglas 6886.
Traver Bros., 818 First National Bank.
One floor; juarter-sawed eak end fir
finish, oak floors, south front, brand new,
front porch screened; elegant decorations.
Will take In lot or auto, or make terme to
a responsible party. Colfax 41(3.
5nbT i-raom and one 4-room cottage, both
on one lot; fine condition: live tnone end
rent the other. Price for both, $3,760.
Very easy term. No. 2433 8. 20th St
NORRIS A NORRIS. '
400 Bee Bide. Phone Douslae 4270.
I-ROOM cottage, strictly modern, very .best
condition; now vacant
Tel. Walnut 1914.
1021 S. 21st St.
OWNER LEAVING CITY, MUST
bKLL AT UNLE.
l-room, strictly modern ' home; five
fbonts and bath en first floor; finished In
oak woodwork and oak floors; three bed
room on second tlopr; large lot, 60x136;
South front; paved street paving paid.
Owner has cut price on this property $600
tor Quick sale, -
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
667 Omaha Nat'l. Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
i ' Miscellaneous.
7-ft." APARTMENT. $25; winter rat. $16;
team heat Others 111 and Pp. O. P.
Btebblna. 1610 Chlcayo.
BEAUTIFUL 4-room apartment, .walking
diatance. Janitor.' beat etc: $40 Summer,
' $48.60 winter. Douglaa 3282. I
VI - ,
ADandy Value for $2,900
SIX rooms and bath, strictly modern;
Oak finish, bookcases, buffet and writing
desk, built-in; lot 60x100; $430 down, $23
per month. " .. .
OSBORNE REALTY CO..
Ml Om. Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 13.
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments; have parties Waiting. Western
Real Kstate. ,4131 Karkach Blk. D. 1607,
IF yoa want Quick aatloa oa Four prop,
ertv. Hat It with me.
LUND, 420 ROSE 6LD6., TTLT4. T6I.
WE have customer tor a handsome brick
residence in dettresle district r. D.
weed, 810 S. 18th Ht.
ARNDf A TAYLOR Can assist jou. 1826
i.aira est webster ZU3.
WANTED Fox terrier or Boston bull Dial
pup. Will pay up to 16. Address Box 1131,
PEN and small bunch of Buff Orpington
cnicKen at a bargain, Colfax 3688.
New Tork General Market,
New Tdrk. Sent ll.-Flour Firm: aftrlnt
patents, $11.60011.80; Winter patents, $10.60
10.86; winter straights, $I0.4010.IO; Kan
ass straights, 8ll.l6OU.40.
Cornmeal Steady; fine white end yellow.
$5.2606.36; coarse, $6.1606.28; kiln dried,
RyeFirmer; No. 2 western. $1.(7. c. I. f..
Barley Firm! feedln-. 11 !( mittine
Land for Sale in Kit Car- Nr""' ,MOi u Ml
WheatSnot steady: No. 1 red and Ne.
2 hard, $2.27; No. 1. northern, Duluth, $2.30;
PARKE & PARKE, Agts. &Hwi.,,M1, ov,rnm,n't 'lt b-
Corn Spot, strong: No. I yellow. I2.14U:
No. 1 mixed, 13.23, e. I. t., New Tofk Ne.
i nara, sii.uz, a. i. I., Mew York.
Oats Spot auleti standard. 67c.
Hay Firm; No. 1, $1.25 1.28 ; No. 2, $1.20
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
son Co., Colo., by
145 . 11th,
320 acres very choice farm land within
,.-.. nr. A .hn.tl.lf MIL. . tlulln..M
This 1 all steam plow land an exceptional snipping, svdc.
Receipts of wheat t date are still hv.
ilv Minrt of last, year's figures, notwith
standing sn Increase f 76,000 bushels for
with a decresse there ot 120,000 miahelt a 21 steers
year ago. on the otner nana, ran seeninn
Is much further advanced than Is taual at
this time. The acreage Is the largest ever
lllghpr quotations on bogs linen provis
ions. Th weakness of corn, lea to a tem
porary setback, bus was o4rcome py sup
port from psckers.
Chicago csan rTirea corni ro. ynmw,
liimilT- Kn t veltnw. I1.161.16H: No.
4 velloxv. I2.134H1.16. Oats: No. whit. 60
)6084n: standard, (OHB610. Ryei we. i,
11.88411.(0. Barley: $1.25Pl.4. Seeds: Tlmo
ik. innanO! clover. $18.00021.00. Pro
visions: Pork, $4l.$C lard, $24.17HH.12H as!. 266
ribs, $26.0035.0. I I 70. .234
Batter Market unchanged. II. 308
Eggs Receipt, 1,114 cans; market un-1 ...
changed, " 1 27,. 287
, Potatoes Market lower; receipts. w " M,,ju
1 40 1
T 00 (...,
1 46 i:.
1 6 1....
18 steers.. 619 ( o io steers.. 860 I on
6COWS....1068 8 26 22 steers. .1088 in
10 steers., 11 06 10 00 1 steers. ,1023 10 00
7 SlOCKTS.oOI 28
716 7 60 7 heifers. 684 7 00
668 7 76
807 7 00 17 cows... .1034 I !6
Hogs Hogs were laraplv lflinsnn higher
man jfrniiiraay. neceipts were light. De
mana from both shipping anil packing
sources was good and vlhe bulk of the hogs
was cleaned up In good season. Most Orders
were filled before a complete clearance was
maae, ana some or. tne last tew loads had
to sell at prices that were not much mere
than steady wllh yeeterdey. Bulk of the
ITIIXPn and Met ni klltrla .n il linu-lriU frnni
$17.6011.16, with tops as high as $18.70. .
No. Av. 8h. Pr. Ne. Av. Sh. Pr.
66.. 168 ... 17 60 86. .118 160 17 76
40 17 80 14. .194 160 17 86
10 17 (0 (3. .263 110 17 (6
... 18 00 24246 ... 18 08
... 1$ 10 41. .148 ... 18 16
... 1$ 26 76.. 228 400 18 60
... 18 66 108.260 ... 18 70
nneep aneen and ink. Mr,
There wna - nr.A v-i ., .... , . '
Minneapolis Grain Market, demand for all kinds was rather .iVii, ..2
Ulnnaannlla tut 1 Flniir F nCV DSt- I th fCSUlt WSS ll TtrlllAlv .link
tnts quoted at 111.60; first clears, $10.60; Some good light feeders sold at ifrlces that
bsrgaln at $16 per acre. Will carry $3,140
at per cent for rive years.
160 acre (or 220 If desired) within on
and one-half mile Of Burlington, Price $20
per acre, we hava bargain In quarter,
half sections and sections, from $10 to $40
per acre, according to lay of land, distance
from town, improvements, etc. i
'Tf it's'for sale In Kit Carson county.
sroio..- we can snow it" if you are look
ing for a place to make your home or
lor an Investment, we can suit you.
17 acres, IV, miles from town) (-room
house, good-alsed barn, good out buildings,
fair orchard, good location, land lay level
to gently rolling; 127 acre In cultivation, '
40 acres In blue grsss pasture. Price for II
days $136 per acre. Mortgage $16,000 that
runs until March, 1(22. For sale by Glass
a uiarK, osceola, la.
WOULD trade eighty acres' of land In Pu
laski county, . Missouri. What have you?
Box 7176, Omaha Bee.
I OFFER for sale 160 acre lake shore, 70
acre open, fin buildings, some hay and
stock, auto, at $48.00 an acre with $1,600
cash, balance at 6 per cent; 1(0 acre on
rstate auto road, 2 mile from town, 140
acres open, fair buildings. It head atock,
horses, hogs, auto,- machinery and all
crop at $66 an acre with one-half cash.
Forty acres 2 mile out all oleared, fair
buildings, lots of stock, born machinery
and crops all go at $2,600 cash. John
Roth, Flnlsyson, Minn.
120 acres.'' heavy soil, (0 mile West of
Minneapolis i ti acre cultivated, balance
timber, pasture: good (-room house, barn
and other outbuildings; horses, S cows,
( head of young stock, 1 hogs, chickens,
turkeys and all this year's crop, consist
ing et 26 acre extra good corn and small
grain; all goes at (66 per scrs; $4,000
cash, balance 6 per cent.
ilclltCHAEL INVESTMENT COMPANf,
600 Wllmau Bids. Minneapolis, Minn.
Hides Quiet: Bogota. 43Uc: Central
America, 42 He. a
Hops Firm; state, medium to choice.
1117, 8781c; 1(18, nominal; Pacific Coast,
1(17, 842c; 1916, 24017c.
Leather Firm ; hemlock firsts. 17c: sec
Provisions Pork, strong: mess. 147.00ft
47.60; family, $47.00; short clea. $48,600
48.00. Lard, flrmi middle west, $84.60014.60.
lauowy-Kasy; eity specials, loose, 16c.
Wool Easy; domestic fleese. XX. Ohio.
Feed--Easler; western bran. $35.76: stand
ard middlings, $40.60, both in 100-lb sacks.
Butter Steady; receipts, 14.828 ,tubsi
creamery, higher than extras, 44 46o;
creamery extras (12 score). 44tt44Hc;
firsts, 4ltj44c; seconds, 44H42ttc.
Eggs Market Irregular: receipts. 18.060
eases; fresh gathered extras, 46047c; extra
firsts, 42046c; firsts, 40$42o; second, 18
cneeee Market firm,' receipts 2.468 boxesi
State, fresh specials, 28H026c; state, av
erage run, 1649864c.
i-ouitry Live: Market weak: no Brlr.ea
quoted. Dressed, market firm: chickens.
25 32c; fowl and turkeys, unchanged.
New fork, Sept. 21. Near month liquids
tloa teemed to be chiefly responsible tor
rather nervous and Irregular fluctuations In
coffee futures today. October eased off from
7.40o to 7.28c, with the general list closing
at a net lose ef 6 to IS points. Sales, 17,600
bags. September and October, 7.36c: r(
comber, .43c; January, 7.61c; March, T.67c;
May, 7.10c; July, 7.66c.
Spot Irregular; Rio (, Santos ts,
$c. Comparatively few fresh offers were
received from Brsxll. Very highly described
Santos 2s and Is were (aid to be here at
(fte, London credits.
The official cabiea reported no change tn
miller's prices. It wa A holiday at Rio.
Santos reported clearances of 46,000 bags
for New Tork. j
New York Cotton Market.
New Tork, Sept, II. Cotton Futures
opened steady; October. 22.26e; Decembet,
23.17c; January, 12.16c; March, 2l.l2oi May,
second clears, 16.60.
Rye $1.86 V4 1.87
Barley $1. 181-42.
Bran $10.10 32.00.
Corn N6, 1 yellow, $2.08S2.lO. "
Oats No. 1 white, 67.4;S(c.
Flaxseed $3. 6 2 i 0 3. 66 V, .
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
St. LbUla, Mo., Sept. 21, Cattle.
Receipts. 2.000 head: market, steady; hs
tlve beef steers, $8.0017.6; yearling steers
and heifers. $7.0016.00; cws, 88.00Bis.no
stockers and feeders, $6. 601.60; Txa
quarantine steers, $1.7 5 10. 50; fair to prims
Southern beef steers, $8.00012.75: beef cows
and heifers, $6.0010.00; prime yearling
steers and heifers, $7.50 10.00; native calves,
Hogs Receipts. 2,(00 head; market
steady; lights, $18.28618.60; pigs, $14.(09
17.76; mixed and butchers, $18.26tl(.00;
good heavy, $18..0M.OO; bulk, $18.8(0
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 1.100 head;
sheep, steady; lamb, lower; lamns, (li.ooey
17.75; ewes, $10.60 11.00; wethers, $10,600
12.50; canners and choppers, $5.00 7.00,
Chicago IJye Stock Market.
Chicago, Sept. 21. Cattle Receipts, $,000
head: market, weak; native beef cattle,
$7.5017.60; western Steers, $6.70016.76;
stockers and feeders, $6.40011.25; cows and
heifers, $16.16016.(0; calves, $11.8(016.08,
Hogs Receipts, 1,000 head; market 10c
to 15c above yeslecday's average; bulk,
$17.(0018.75; light. 817.40018.75: mixed,
$17.40018.86; heavy, $17.30018.85; rough,
$17.30017.60; pigs, $13.65017.76.
were not a greet deal lower than yester
day, but others were next to unsalable, as
wore many et he In between and half-tat
lambs. Morning top was $18.35, with many
of the fleshy In-between kinds selling down
iu ,i...vsii.n, funera were lower and
alow at that. The best arlce bald waa
Quotations en sheen and lam ha- t.amh.
fair to cholc. $17.00018.00; lambe. feeders,
$16.2501$.4O; lambs, culla, 813.00016.00;
yearlings, fair to choice, 812. 60018.40; year
lings, feeders. 811.00(8)13 7l! wihr fair
tA choice, $11.50012.76; ewes, fair to choice.
Sio.oortii.(ii ewes, culls snd feeders, $3.00
911.00; ewe, breeders, all area. 811. BOA
660 Idaho feeder lambs,,',,,
181 Idaho wether ,.,
lit Idaho Ismbs
It cull lambs
141 Idaho feeder lambs.....
1060 Idaho feeder lambs . ...
200 Wyoming feeding ewS...
1406 Wyoming feeding lambs
138 Idsho feedlnt lambs....
73 Idatfo lambs ...........
756 idsho feeder lamb.,...
47 Idaho feeder lambs
, 68 .
Kansas City live Stock Market.
Kansas City, Sebt. 11. Cattle Receipts.
1,600 head; market, steady to Strong; prime
fed steers, $18.16017.85; dfetsed beef steers,
$11. 60016.761 western steers. $8.60013.80;
avuthern steer, $7.00011.00; cows, $5,500
10.36; hetrnrs, S7.o0i8.oet etockers and
feeders. $7.0frl4.OOi bulls. $6.OO0$.OO:
Hogs Receipts, 1,600 head; market,
,n, ,,r ,,,7
Anaconda Cop.,,. 11,800
A. U. & W. t. B. L 1.600
Baltimore & Ohio 200
Butt and Sup. Cod 1,100
Che. A Ohio
C M. 4V 8 P.,..
Chicago 4t N. W.,
C. R. 1. P. ctfs.,
Chlno Copper. i..,.
Col, Fuel & Iran..
Corn Prod. Ret.,,.
Cuba Cane Sugar..
timers!, Electric, , .
Oencral Motors ..
fir. Northern Pfd..
Or. No. Ore Ctfs.. 2.700
Illinois Central .....
Inspiration Copper (,100
Int. M. M. Pfd.... 12,700
Inter. Nickel 1,(0
Inter. Papen ............
K. C. Southern
Knncott Copper., 700 48
Louisville Naah.. S00 111
Mnxwell Motors ;,'
Mexican Pet 10,400
Miami Copper 1.600
MlBMOurl Faolflo.. 1,700
Montana Copper ,. 1,000
N. T. Central 7.00
N. Y N. H. A H... (04
Norfolk & Western ......
Ray Con, Cop..., 1.401
Shattuok Aria. Cop 600
Texas Co ,,,,,
U. S. !nd Alcohol.,
V. S. Steel ;...
V. 8. Steel Pfd.
14 TJ 71H
(84 (S 18
$8 ' ,86 (6
67H, t 4W
it n $4
18.700 110t 147 l8t
1.800 6$3 144 84 4
1,100 ISH (5U 66U
4,10) 68 674 674
600 1154 105U J06U
1.400 8 16
1,800 134 11
IO' 46H 46
6,100 J7 17
26.000 1i 784
8.400 34 11U
8.(00 32 81
1,700 21 21
1.000 145 144
(.000 (6 (4U
1,100 101 101 104
00 (2 61
Utah Copper 14,400 !',, 15 (7
Wabash Pfd. "B"..,, i.. 24
Western Union .... 100 1141 is s$vt
Westlnghouae F.leo. 1,107 46 41 46
Total sales for the day 161,000 shares,
fitn York Money Market,
New Tork, Sept. II. Prime Mercantile
Peper 6 per cent.
Sterling Exchange Slxty-day hills. $4.71;
commercial slxty-dsy bills on banks, $4.71;
commercial alxty-duy hlls, $4.71; demand,
$4.76; cable, $4,76 7-18.
Francs Demand, $.76 cables,' I.TI.
flulldera Demand, 41 e; cables, 41 t-16o,
I.lres Demand, $7.71; cable. $7.72.
Rubles Demand. 17ei cable. 17o.
Silver Bar, $1.08.
Mexican Dollars 87c,
Bonds Government, steady: railroad.
Time Loans Essler; sixty days. 6 06
per. cent: ninety day. I05 pr cent: six
months, offered at s per cent.
Call Money Steady; highest. 4 per cent:
lowest, $ per cent; ruling rate, 0 per cent;
closing bid, 1 per eent; ottered at i per .
rent 1 laat loan, 4 per eent.
IT. S. ts, reg.. (7 K. C. So. ref. (s J(
U. S. Sa. coupon (6L. A Nssh. un. 417
If. S, 8S, reg., !(M K A T 1st 4 (4
U. s. (. coupon ((M. Fac. gen. 4 86
U. S 4s, coupon 106 Mont. Power I 13
Pan. I coupon 14 N. T. C. deb. 6s 18
Am. For. Seo, 6 (6 No, Pacltte 4.. 84
Am. TATt.li (6 No. Paclflo 1.. 01
Anglo-French 6 12 0. 8. L ref. 4 14
Arm. at Co. 4s 11 Pao, T. T. I 16
Atchison gen, 4s 86Penn, eon. 1S..100
Bait A Ohio 4 83Pehn. gen, 4s. 13
Can. Leather 8 13 Reading gen. 4 86
Can. Paelflo 1st Sou 8 L A 8 F adj 6s (3
O. A Ohio ev. 6 12 So. Pae. ev. 6., (8
C, n. A Q. J 4 16 So. Pao. ref. 4.. 13
C M S P g 4 66 So. Railway I.. 16 -C
R 1 A P r. 4 67V4 Tx. Pa. 1st 13
CAS. ref, 4 78Unlon Pacific 4a 10
D A R O ref 6 61 Union Pa. er, 4 17
t. ef C ta 1631) 16 IT. 8. Rubber I 17
Krlo gen. 4s.... 61 IT, 8. Steel 6s. ...101
Oert. Elee. 8a. .101 i Wahash 1st.... (
1r. No. 1st 4s (6'Weat. Union... $1
III. fen. ref. 4s 8t Offered.
Int. M. M. Is.. 11
1. --'-- . - - , , . . . . noes jevipia, i,.vw nu; umrnri,
Sheep and Lambs Recelp 11,000 head; ,tronf tft c higher. Bulk $is.oi8.80;
market, weak; wethers . M-00011.10; ewes. h,a H8.5O018.8O; packers and butchers,
$8.25011.76; lamb, $13.00016.11. $l$.6018.(0; light, $17.8$4rl8.80; pigs,
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
St. Joseph, Mo., Sept, 21. Cattle Re-
$16.60 0 17.70.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, i.boe need;
market, steady to 25c lower; lambs, $17,150
elpts. 60S hesd; market tteady; steers, 1 18.16; yearling. 111. (00 18. 60; wethers. 111. 00
$8.00016.60; now and heifers, (6.16014.60. 1 013. 10 ; ewes, $10.60011.00; itocker end
Hogs Receipts, 1,000 head; market I feeders, $1.00 011.40.
higher: too. 616.(0: bulk of sales, (13.000
li es: heavv oeckera. llT.6O018.OOt miked I St. Laaia drain Market.
packers, $17.00017.60. - I St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 21. Corn No. I,
Sheep and Lamb Receipts, 1,000 heed; I $168; No, yellow, $3.1(; September, $1.17;
market steady; lambs', $11.00 0 1 8.60; wes, December. $1.1701.1T.
$. 00 011. 00 Oats N, 1, 68c; No. 1 white, 10 O60o.
Ionrion Money Market.
London. Sept.. 2 1. Money 4 .per cent.
Mentunt Rate Short bills, 484 tier cent!
three months' bills, 4 11-11 per sent !
ouvr Bar, &d per ounce. I
DtN'S REVIF.W OF TRAT.
toneerratlv Pnrrhslng ; for Introediatd
Needs DIoepiKilnts Nome Interest, Bus '
Make For Mere Whelesom Conditions, , -Nw
Tortt. 8pt 11. Dun's review to
morrow will say 1 . .
"Th gain in business with th advancing
season I not yet general or uniform, tne
ratner ies or 11 is eeen in the cast than
t other points. Where nonevat all o.
pear. r where there 1 some actual re.
cession,' it I due more to uncertainty thaa
lack ot confidence In the future. At hot
torn, business In various branches ha hetl- '
tated hacause th outlook I mere or Ism .
clouded and th tendency to Act With cau
tion in anticipating forward want growt
In many quarters. But while the present '
policy ot conservative pure basing, mors. .
largely tor Immediate and certain needa '
contrasts sharply with last yeaf't rush U .
contract far ahead at almost Any figure
and Is disappointing to tome Interests, It ti
on which clearly makes for more whole. .
some conditions and more stabl prepress
The Inevitable reaction from th ixtremi
prices reached 'during the time of un
precedented demand has already gone torn
distance In eertaln ot ythe chief material!
of industry and the readjustments) have 1
some eases brought with them signs of re
viving activity, though soms of th buyers
till hold off tor further concessions by sell.
era. weekly bank Clearings, (,os,iB,sos,
1 Boston Wool Market.
Boston. Sent. 51. Wool Scoured basis.
Texsa fine, 12 months, $1.6501.70; tin I
California Northern, $1.7001.78: Mlddli
county. $1.4801.60; southern, $1.1601. 4a
Oregon Eastern, No. 1 staple, $1.10; east,
ern clothing, $1.6001.40; valley No. 1, $1.61
.. ;1... -
Territory Fine staple, (i.sosfi.sz; on.
half blOod combing, $1.7001.76; three.
eighths blood combing, $1.4501.60; flf
clothing, $1.6001.66; fine , medium Cloth- ,
Inf. $1.6501.60. (
Pulled Kxtra. (1.8001.8; a a, . si.ii'o
1.80; A super, $1.6001.66.
Omsha nay Market. '
Receipts, heavier; demand, quiet en pral
rle hay;, market $1 a ton lower on al
grades. Alfalfa Continue firm and stekdy
Choice upland pralrl hay, $17.60ll.50uUu
I, $15.50016.60; No, 1, SH. 00014.00! SO. 1
17.00010.00; Ne. $ midland, lll.9O016.IO
No. I, 111.00014.00; No. 1 lowland. 18.000
II. 00; No, 1, 17.00 8.00: No. 1. $5.0008.00
Cholc alfalfa. $34.00026.00: No. L $32,000
22.00: standard. $28.00021.06; No. 2, $17.06
016.00; No. I, 113.00014.00. Straw, eat,
66,4007.60; wheat 16.0007.00: .. . .
Kansas City Grail Market. '
Kansas City, Sept Sl.Cora No. t mixed, .
11.0101.03; No. '1 white, $3.1101.12; Xe,
yellow, $1.0401.05; September, $1-18$ -comber,
Oat No. 1 white. 630$c; He. t (BlttAj
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