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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1917)
t THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY; SEPTEMBER 25. 1917.
ma i At J51S Dewey Ave., a six
Keys next door.
Toom all-modern house.
miiu 5 Levnworth. I rooms. .,20.00
X-,, ratatcn DOUGLAS 664.
FOR RENT-KOUNTZE PLACE
HUME, 4 BEDROOMS AND
SLEEPING PORCH '
Full lenth front lot. lawn, flowers, fruit
trees, and grape arbor. Haa garage In rear
bnlit to It can be heated. All floor oak and
oaa stairway; try elaborate lighting fix
turai; all walla are of hiarh rnih damn
tlont; only one block from Lotbrop echooL
Children do not have to croaa car line.
Baiement la finished with coal bin and
vegetable room. Houte haa A No. 1 heating
plant. Built for a home. For further In
formation or appointment call Trevor
Brothers, Ill First National Bank Bldg.
rnons ioogiaa eses.
S-ROOM house, I story, strictly all modern,
lis. $$01 Franklin 8t, vacant Oct J,
-room. J-story house, strictly all modern,
$26. 2824 Rustles St.. vacant Oct 1.
l-room, modem but heat. $15; 2706 Seward
ei. Tel. oouglas 1801. ;
ENTIRE upstairs of residence, 3 large
rooms ana catn: separate entrance; mod
ern except heat; nice and clean; 112.
joiicoroy 8L Webster 6J6&.
$-R. -mod. bungalow. 1121 N. 47th Ave.TlSS
l-R. mod. bungalow, 2141 N. 47th Ave., $30,
C G. Carlberg, 312 Brandeis Theater,
FlVE-ROOM cottage, modern except' heat,
garage, 2608 Wirt. Colfax 1025.
J2S 7-room. modern, east side,
house. Bemls Park. t. 6607.
I-ROOM house, all modern, has oak floors
, throughout, two fireplaces, south front.
140; 145 with garage.
Ill First National Bk. Bldg. . Doug. (Ill
l-ROOM bungalow, all modern, en one floor,
with garage, 130; vacant OcfJ 1.1210 S.
16th Ave. Douglas 1802.
BOUSES AND COTTAGES.
T-R. 8105 Pierce 8t
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
5- R., 630 South 24th Ave....
$-R 2871 Saratoga St...
., 8TRICTLT MODERN.
E-R.VJI South list Ave
1-R.-Z 117 South tttb St
6- R. 3018 Dewey Ave.....
8-R. 3101 North 17th St.
8-R. Itll Chicago St..
10-R. 2221 Dodge St
15,-R., 4211 N. 24th St.-. $30.00
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT. ,
10-R., 705 S. 13th St. ........ $45.00
PORTER at EHOTWELL.
202 South 17th St " v Doug. 5011.
Office with HOME BUILDERS.
GOOD ROOMING HOUSE '
4' FOR RENT.
2118 Harney St. 2-story, 9-room mod
ern, brick flat,, haying hot water heat I
bedrooms and bath: on second, floor, 1 bed
room with lavatory and toilet on the first
floor, besides Hying room, dining room
and kitchen. Here Is a place where one
could make good money renting rooms.
Possession about Oct 1.' Rental $66 per
GEORGE ,& CO., REALTORS.
Douglas 756. '. 101. City Nat. Bank Bldg,
1001 MASON ST.. ( rooms, strictly modern,
very comfortable house and easy to heat
668 S. 28th St., 10 rooms, strictly modern;
- arranged for light housekeeping rooms.
2304 N. list St., i-room cottage. Rent $16.
'" 3304 N. 84th St., 4-room cottage. Rent $16.
158$ Spauldlng St., I rooms. Rent 420.
GILBERT C. LOOMIS.
105 McCague Bldg. Doug. 170.
WHAT HAVH TOU FOR RENT
In the way of tour, five or six-room mod
ern, up-to-date apartments T Preference
will be given to those In better districts of
the city want to deal direct with own
ers; no agents. . -TELEPHONE
Houses In all parts of the city.
CR' OH. SONS A CO.. Ml Bee Bldg
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Furnished and unfurnished I rms. and
bath. $36 and $40 winter" ratal. - '
ARMSTRONG-WALSH CO.,v ;- .
Tyler 16,38.'-- 332 Securities Bldg.
ANGELUS APARTMENT, '
. i25TH AVST. AND DOUGLAS.
I or 4 -room apartment: fireproof - end
soundproof. Two disappearing Murphy
beds, automatic; elevator Roof garden,
Btrictly modern.' Harney. 1074.. ; .. .
&OSB in rooms, suitable for studio, of (lee,
dentist dressmaker, etc. with living rms,
adjoining. T -F. Hall.. 434 Ramgo. D. 7404.
APARTM ENTS, all aises and prices, splen
did location. 84th-and Farnam. D. 1471,
4-room and, bath, modern, heated apartment
In refined residence district 2821 North
20th St Special price to party ' without
children. Vacant October 1. Phone Web
ster 6892. " ' " ..
14th and Harney S and 4-room apart
ments. CA1I Harnty 647. . :
BTRATFORD TERRACE Beautiful l-room
Apt, to sub lease. Parle Ave. and Jackson.
H arney eier. - .
FIVE-room apt, all modern.
St. Inquire 2001 Lake St
BEAUTIFUL 4-room apartment walking
dlstanoe, Janitor, heat, etc; $40 summer,
148.60 winter. Douglas 1311. j
PKTIC119 TRUST COMPANT.
Sneelsllets In Apartment Management
f-R. -APARTMENT. $36 winter rate. 136
stJEn heat G. P. Stebblns, 1(10 Chicago.
FOR RENT BusiMU Prop'ty
- : '. Stored. '
STOREROOM for rent. Sun Theater Bidgi
- WORLD REALTY COMPANY (Realtora)
- Douglas 6141 Sun Theater Bldg.
471$ 8. 14TH ST., 8. Side, near P. O.
E. H. BENNER CO., D. 8400.
MODERN store, cor 16th and Cass. Choice
location. G. P. Stebblns, 110 Chicago.
MODERN store, 16th St.,- near postoftlce,
$75. G. P. Stebblns, 1619 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
LOW-PRICED mod. offices, Farnam Bldg..
13 Farnam. (Old let Nat Bank Bldg.
FIRST TRUST CO- (Realtors.) Tyler 600.
WANTED TO RENT
Furnished Apartments and Houses.
1 OR 4-ROOU furnished apt.i oan occupy
Immediately. Box 7tii, umana xtaa.
"LIST your rental property with us. Have
waiting Hat Call today.
INTER-STATE REALTT CO.,
131-31 City: Nat Doug. 8141.
MOVING AND STORAGE
" GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and moving
111 N. Uth St Phone Doug
"""SilfcTROPOLITAN VAN AND
.fT STORAGE CO.J '
Expert services; prompt attention. Tout
moving, your packing, your storage.
Main Office. Ceqtral Furniture Storet
17th and Howard. Tel. Doug 7781
Fidelity s& free
Phone Douglas 181 for complete
list of vacant "houses and apart
' menu. Also for storage, moving,
llth and Jackson Sts - .
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
West Farnam District
Residence, seven rooms, three on first
floor oak. four en second .white enamel,
hot water heat tiled vestibule and bath.
Reasonable terms it desired.
101 Faraam Bldg:
In West Farnam district, I rooms, strict
ly modorn, hot water heat; lot 48x111
fruit trees and shrubbery. . Owner leaving
..-city and offers this for quick sale, at
$4,000. Terms. Ownerk Harney 6734.
REAL ESTATE TRAu.AGE
TRACKAGE Fine eite M E a M. R. R.;
sise 8m8S; can be bought cheap. - C
urimmet phone Douglas 1616.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
SHERIDAN, Dawee. Rock and DundJ Co.
tmniTwi raocaee. clear, lor eaie or ax
change. S. & A R. Ev MONTGOMERY, '
Doaglas 4811 13? City Nat. Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Six-room modern
heme for acres, lots or light car and cash
call w. 4158.
$40 ACRES fine grass land in Blaine' Co..
nicely Improved, $10 per acre, for home
' in. Omaha. 803 Om. Nat Bk. Bldg.
MUST SELL before Oct 1, four-room bun
galow cottage. Partly modern and near
ly new. A bargain. 4311 Saratoga 3t.
7-ROOM modern house with electric lights
and furnace, uear 4 3d Ave and Dodge,
$3,$00. F. p. Weed, no 6. istn.
' " 7 North.
Located high and sightly. 12d, near De
oatur street We sold seven In this loca
tion laat season. Has, five rooms, closets
and oath, full basement, large, roomy
porch. All decorated with high-grade pa
per, tile In kltcbeo and bath. Shades
and electric fixtures. Oak finish In living
and dining rooms, pedestal opening with
bookoases. Price $2,125. Substantial first
payment balance monthly like rent This
is $3.2SI value. Call for appointment
Phone J. lilt.
$11 First Nat Bank.
Will sell below cost t-room, all-modern
except heat cottage, almost new; south
front) has some fruit; chicken yard In
rear. This Is located at 3110 Burdette,
close to car. .. Price '$1,200. Can give
Ill First Nat Bank.
-1817 LAKE ST. $2,800
$300 CASH $30 MONTH
This-Is a 7-room house, modern except
heat with 72-ft. frontage on Lake Street.
Owing to heavy traffic on Lake Street
this property Is very cheap for business
purposes and Is also a good buy for a
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 1182. 919-30 City National.
1 . A DUNDEE HOME.
That has never been rented or offered
for sale, 1 large rooms, full basement,
very fine double garage, fine floors and
beautiful decorations, Is about 7 years old
and has been kept In splendid condition by
ths owner, lot Is 62x126, Is very conven
ient to ear line. . Possession at . once.
$8,250 will buy It; It Is worth a thousand
more. . , .
ALLEN ft BARRETT, Sole Agents,
612 Bee Bldg. Doug. 7768.
LLEB PARK! DISTRICT, A BARGAIN,
Strictly modern, six-room, two-story at 1501
N. 14th St Selling at a sacrifice. Leaving
city. Corner -lot facing Miller park. Car
' line 1 blocks. House built for home. Fin
ished In oak. Muat be seen to be appreci
ated. Easy terms. Call owner, Colfax 713,
KOUNTZE PLACE HOME
Seven rooms with sun room; hot water
heat with garage; one-half block to car;
only built a few seasons. This Is strictly
first class. Will sacrifice. Douglas 6888.
Traver Bros., Ill First National Bank.
AFTER looking at MINNS, LUSA 800 dif
ferent-buyers decided that It was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lots.
IF TOO will oome out today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
741 Omaha NaU Rank Bldg. Tyler 187.
At once, 7-room house, 1 blocks to car,
east front, Sood garage, worth $1,100:
sacrifice for about $2,000; modern except
heat. -.Owner, Box 7441, Omaha Bee.
One floor; quarter-sawed oak and fir
finish, oak floors, south front, brand new,
front porch screened; elegant decorations.
Will take in lot or duto, or make terms to
responsible party. Colfax 4193.
i)NB 6-room and one 4-room cottage, both
on one lot; fine condition; llye in one and
rent the other. Price for both, $2,760.
Very easy terms. No. 2433 a 10th St
' NORRIS & NORRIS.
400 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 4170.
NEW bungalow, 6-r. and bath, strictly mod.,
oak finish, buffet and cupboards, furnace
heat, lot 40x128 ft, 1 block to car and
school. Price. 13.950.
RASP BROS., 110 Keetlne Bldg. Tyler 721
FOR SALE 6-r. modern cottage, hot water
heat y block from car; party leaving
cltv: easy terms. Col. 1307.
6-ROOM cottage, strictly modem, very best
condition; now vacant
Tel, Walnut 1914.
1081 S. 31st St
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT.
$ rooms, two bedrooms, bath and sun
room on second floor, large living room,
dining room and. kitchen. en let floor, full
cement basement, bulit-ln buffets, no In
the course of completion; located Corner
ofJ4th and Wright Bts. Price $4,000.
C. G. CARLBERG,
$10-811 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
OWNER HAS LEFT CITY.
$200 DOWN-$2S PER MONTH.
l-room strictly modern semi-bungalow
Large living room across the front of the
, I house. Nice dining room finished In oak
: floors and. oak woodwork. Two nice bed
rooms ana eatn on second noor. sun
cement basement. Furnace heat South
front on payed street, Close to ear and
school Priced at $1,100. Special bargain.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO..
137 Omaha Nat Bank Bidg. Doug. 1711.
Sunday Call Colfax 3217.
INVESTIOATS my system; Omaha Realty
Trading Co.. 11 Patterson Blk. Tyler lie.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE have eeveral good reliable buyer for
6 and l-room houses and bungalows with
1200 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co.. Tyler 496. 701 Omaba Nat Bank
LISTING houses to rent or sell en small cash
payments; have parties watting. Western
Real Estate. 41$ Karbach Blk. D. I60T.
IF you want quick action on your prop
erty, list it with me.
LUND. 430 ROSE BLDO., TTLER 181
ARNDT dt TAYLOR can assist you. lilt
Laird St Webster ZOl!
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
Well located lots on easy terme. Mod
era, attractive homes. Before buying be
sure and see .
GEORGE & CO.
DUNDEE Strlotly modern medium-sized
home for sale by owner on eaey terms
many built-in features. Fine location.
Phone Walnut 1621. J
HOMES and home sites In Dundee.
SHUER A CART. 104 Keellno. D. $071,
Paved Ro'ad Car Line
$800 $10 Cash .
$10 a Month
Whether you buy for a horns or an In
vestment, this acre cannot be beat. Take
an hour off and let me show yon this
beautiful spot. Located Just outside of
the city limits, high and sightly, over
looking Beymour lake and miles of sur
rounding country, close to school, church
and stores. Call Tyler 10 and ask - for
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, Realtors,
1814 Harney St
IN fruit district forty miles . from Omaha.
241 acres, with $ room house, full con
crete basement; on edge of manufactur
ing town, four blocks to consolidated
school; Ideal for chickens and friiit or
can subdivide into 18 town lots, plenty of
work In town. Owner leaving county,
Price $3,000. Box 7487, Omaha Bee.
FIVE, ten fifteen or twenty acres, close In;
$375 per acre and up. Tel. Wal. $411.
TEN acres, close In, lays fine.'
WaL 1481. v
Real Estate. Loans and Mortgages.
FARM, and city loans, running from five
to twenty years, interest, e per oenc
per cent sod I per cent. PETERS TRUST
CO.. 1621 farnam St., Omaha. Neb.
CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rates
6, 6hi and 6 per oent Reasonablye com
UNITED STATES TRUST TO.,
212 Squth 17th, Omaha. Neb.
$1,800 M'TOEl bearing I pet Semi-annually;
secured by ttroperty vslued at $8,480. Tei-
mage-Loomla Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage
City National Bank BIdr
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
LANDS of fair value assured by Chamber
of Commerce. New plans to settle and
develop the most fertile landa it South
Texas. Immediately adjacent fine market
Farming and dairying demonstration un
der our direction. Only approved landa
otrerea for sale. If you want to own
farm write (or booklet J. Agricultural
uept., tnamoer of commerce, Houston
GOOD corn land, east Texas, $26 an acre.
uet my rree book.
W. & FRANK. 101 Neville Block. Omaba
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
WANTED Fox terrier or Boston bull male
pup. Will pay up to $6. Address Box 1131.
PEN and small bunch of Buff Orpington
cnicxens at a bargain. Colfax 1191.
IYOUNQ white Pekln ducks, Colfax 1763.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, planoa and notes as security
. $40, mo.. H, goods, total cost $$ $.
$40, I mo. indorsed notes, tota. cost. 81.80.
8maller, large am'te proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
411 Rose Bldg.. llth and Farnam. Ty. 868
LEOAL RATES LOANS
.o 1340.00 or more,
Eaay payments. Utmost privacy
stw raxton Bldg. Tel. Doug. 1291.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY.'
DIAMONDS and Jewelry loans at JH and
ivt per cent; private booms, w. c. Flatau,
101 Securitlea (Rose) Bldg. Tyler 160
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
SHOPEN & CO.. PRIVATE MONET.
I PER CENT Mortgagee secured by Omaha
residence property, for sale by K, . 'U,
Lougee, Inc., 63 J Keellne Bldg.
FARM and city loans, 6, 6Va and 6 per cent
W, H. Thomas. Kelllne Bldg. pong.
$100 to $10,900 MADE promptly. F. D.
weed, wean Blflg., istn and rarnamota.
MONEY to loan . an inproved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co.. Omaha.
O.MAHVi HOMES. EAST NEB. FARMS.
0 K-EEFE R. E, CO., 1011 Omaha Nafl.
1 NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS
W. T. ORHAM. 604 Bee Bldg,
Oscar Olson and wife to Hugh H. Har
per, Twenty-seventh street, 314
feet south of Blnney street east aide,
31x163 , $2,800
Howard B. Smith, trustee, to W. Lin
coln Byrne, Park avenue, 168 feet
south of Poppleton avenue, east
elde, 60x142 1,800
Charles Flala to Rose Fiala, south
east corner Twelfth and Martha
atreets, 88x84, undivided one-half..
Joseph Flala at al to Roee Flala,
Twelfth etreet, 182 feet south of
Martha street west aide, 16x121
Jacob E. Woosley and wife to Leon
E. Luther, Hamilton street 200 feet
east of Forty-seventh street north
side, 60x140 2,000
Clarence A. Brown to Fred Gonder, ,
Forty-second street, $01 feet north
of Ida street, east side, 141x161.... 100
Reba Plm to Willis Realty company,
Thirty-first street 161 feet south of
'Dewey avenue, east side, 18x140... $.600
Qeorge D. Patterson and wife to Mary
Hen Kelly Rourke, northwest cor
ner Fifty-first street and Under
wood avenue, 100x121 1.100
Conservative Savings and Loan associ
ation to Nathan Somberg, Thirty
first street, 160 feet north of Jack
son street east side, 10x140 1,016
New York General Market.
New York, Sept. 14. Flour Market
steady; spring patents, $11.16611.90; win
ter patents, $10.66l10.10; winter straights.
$10.40010.10; Kansas straights, 111.16
Wheat Snot steadyt No. I red and No. I
hard, $2.27 and No. 1 northern Duluth,
$1.86, government price elevator; No. I
northern ManUpba, $2.41, government price
f. o. b. New York.
Corn Spot, weak; No 2 yellow, $2.16U
and No. j mixed, $2.1$tt, o. I. f., New York.
uais'ciijui, quiet; siKuuaru, ojo.
Hay Market firm: No. 1. $1.2601.2$: No.
I, $1.201.22H; No. 1, $1,061)1.10; ship
wops Market firm: state medium to
choice, 1917, 82IOc; . Paciflo coast 1117.
40042c; 1111, 26027c.
Hides Market firm: Bogota, 43 Ho: Cen
tral America, 42 Ma'
Leather Market firm; hemlock firsts,
$7c; seconds, 66o. a
Pork Market strong: mess. $47.00017.60:
family. 147.00; short olears, $46.6048.oo.
Lard Market strong: middle west 124.10
Tallow Market quiet; city special loose,
Wool Market firm: domes Uo fleece XX
Ohio, 66c. 1
Rice Market firm; fancy head, TttO
8Kc; blue rose, 7V4jlo.
r C7 CITY
MONEY HARRISON A MORTON.
916 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
Om. Nat. Bk; Bldg.
LOW RATES C. Q. CARLBERO. $12 Bran-
dels Theater Bldg. D. 886..
Stocks and Bonds.
A. L. WRIGHT,
Flatlron Hotel. Dong. I7t.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
167 acres, 7V4 miles from town; I-Toom
house, good-sized barn, good out buildings,
fair orchard, good location, land lays level
to gently Tolling; 127 a ores In cultivation,
40 acres in blue grass pasture. Price for 15
days $136 per acre. Mortgage $16,000 that
runs until March, 1922. For sale by Olass
& Clark, Osceola, la.
120 acres, heavy soil, 60 miles west of
Minneapolis; 71 aoros cultivated, balance
timber, pasture; good l-room houae, barn
and other outbuildings; 6 horses, 6 cows,
8 head of young stodk, hogs, chickens,
turkeys and all this year's crop, -consisting
of 25 acres extra good oorn add small
grain; all goes at $61 per acre; $4,000
cash, balance 6 per oent.
McMICHAEL INVESTMENT COMPANY,
fioo Wllmao Bldg. Minneapolis, Minn.
ST. JOHN'S PARISH.
7-room. now. full 2-story home, oak fin
t.U . ha,ittr,i1 f1vtila
full basement a, bice south front, 1 block
to St. John's church and car line, fries.
Tyler 80. 246 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
- CLASSY BUNGALOW
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
'bOMAHA TAN AND STORAGE CO..
101 8. 16th. - Douglas 411$.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
..!.,. ..n Tvler 110 or Douglas 411$.
T. T W
Jry npPTA Express Co., Mowing
, j, RuljU Packing and Storagi
list Farnam St Web 1741 Dug
inn R1TSINES8 IS MOVING.
Large van. two men, 11.80 per hour.
'MAGGARD'S 8TORAOB CO.. Doug. 141$
Horses Live Stock Vehicle
MUST SELL at ence, team of horses, bar
ness and wagon. Make offer. 141 S.
21st St. Douglas 6447. '
. Bee Want Ads Produce Results,
Five-room bungalow, classy outside and
- Pries $1,160, reasonable terms.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL
$4l la tton Block.
I W FARNA't SMITH A CO.,
' Real Estate and Insurance,
lltll remain St. Doug. 1084
a a TRUMBULL.
t 1201 1st Nat Bk. Bldg O. 1714
REAL ESTATE Investment
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
. SPECULATIVE PROPERTY
A. P. TUKET BON,
820 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
BEAUTIFUL 60-foot iota Price $220. only
$2 cash and 60 cents per week. Doug $$11
REAL ESTATE B'nes Pr'pty
II. A. WOLF. Realtor. Ware Blk. Specialist
In downtown business property.
Nebras" j Lands.
SMALL FARMS NEAR
10 acres high, sightly land with barn
and well, IVi acres In fruit; exceptionally
fine alfalfa land; lVa miles from paved
road; close to Omaha city limits. Hi miles
from street car. Price $6,000, easy terms.
Also an improved 10 acre adjoining.
17 acres with good Improvements IV
miles from Omaha city limits and paved
road, 1 mile from street car. Prloe
$18,000. This land Is at the corner of
two good roads and Is suitable for sub
division into acre tracts. Will be 'mar
ketable for city lots before many years.
It Is rented tor $22.60 per acre, which
beats carrying vacant land. Buy this
for a nest egg. It la surs winner.
18 ft acres with good Improvements,
plenty of shade and fruit on DODOE ST.
PAVED ROAD; extra fine land, Suitable
for gardening or dairying. Ideally situ
ated for a country home. Price $11,000.
Also 20 acres without buildings adjoining
the above. Price $600 per acre.
46 acres well improved on the Dodge fit.
paved road. Price $17,550.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
416-18 Keellne Bldg. Tel. Douglas 690.
New Tork, 8ept. 24. Covering by Septem
ber shorts caused an advance of t points
in that delivery at the opening of the mar
ket for coffee futures this morning, but the
demand seemed to be supplied around 7.33o
for the near month and prices sagged off
later. m opening was one point higher to
two points lower on October and later de
liveries, with Deoember selling off from
7.460 to 7.42o and March from 7.67o to 7.68c
during the afternoon under scattered offer
ings, which seemed to come chiefly from
trade sources. The market closed 1 to $
point nst lower. Sales, 26,500 bags; Sep
tember, 7.27c; October, . 7.14c; December,
7.41o; January, 7.48o; March, 7.14c; May,
7.79c; July, 7.95c. Spot coffee, dull; Rio 7s,
8c; Santos 4s, 9o. Cost and freight -offers
were reported about unchanged. Sales
were reported of Santos 4s at la lais on Sat
urday, with bids of l.lSo aceepted today for
Santos 3s and 4s, London credits. The of
ficial cables reported a decline of 7$ rel
In Rio with Santos spots unchanged and fu
tures unohanged to 16 rets lower, Santos
also reported clearanoes of 61,000 bags for
New York. Rio exchange, l-32d lower,
New York Produce Market.
New York, Sopt 24. Butter Market
firm; receipts, 1.07$ tubs; creamery higher
than extras, 44Hc; creamery extras (II
score), 44U44Hc; firsts, 4344o; seconds,
Eggs Market weak; reeelpts, 1,721 cases;
fresh gathered extras, 46 O 46c; extra firsts,
42 41c; firsts, $$,() 41 Mo; seconds, $7 ft
Cheese Market firm; receipts, 1,637;
state fresh specials, 2626c; state, aver
age run, l$H 0160.
Poultry Line Market firm; chickens, 26
OlStte; fowls, 28H027ttc; turkeys, 180
20c; dressed, market firm; chickens, 2 4 if
32c; fowls, 22Jlc; turkeys, 3131c.
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
Packing Btook Button 17o lb.
Freeh Eggs; By express, $10.60 Omaha.
Live Poultry) Hens, all sixes, 20Hc;
broilers, 1 lbs, and under, llo; ducks, f. f.
fat, 16o old cooks, 14o; broilera, over 2
lbs., 18ot geeas, f. f. fat, 12c
Wholesale prises of beet cuts are al fol
lows! Ribs No, 1, 2tto: No. 2, 21c; No.
8,' 140. Loins No. 1, 210; No. 2, 26c.
Chucks No. 1, l$Vio; No. t, 14Hc; No. 2,
lie. Rounds No. 1. lotto: No. 2, l7c
No. 1, ISHc Plates No. 1, 14Ho; No. 2,
llo; no. 3, 100.
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Heaviest Run of Cattle in the
History of the Yards Beats
Price, Down Ten to
Omaha, September 14. HIT.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep,
Estimate Monday 14,000 1,700 16,100
Same day laat week.. 17,171 1.174 18,144
Same day 1 w'ks sgo. 7,441 1,147 10.170
Same day 1 w'ks age. 11,761 1,124 16.668
Same day 4 w'ks ago. 16.441 1.131 11, 01
Sams day laat year... 11,(61 1,104 48,101
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union 8tock yards, Omaha, Neb,, for
twenty-four hours ending at 1 o'oleck p.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
is., m. nt. r 41
Missouri Paclfto .. $ .
Union Paciflo 171
C. N. W east..v. II
C. Ik N. W west. .24$
C. S. P., M. A O
C B. Q., east... 1
C, B. tt Q., west.. 441
C, R 1. P., east. II
C. R. I. A P., west...'.
Illinois Central .... $
ChL Ot West I
Total receipts ...111' 14 111 I
Cattle, llogx. Sheep.
Morris & Co 356 167 164
Swift A Co 1.041 417 1.161
Cudahy Pack. Co..... 826 174 $,077
Armour A Co 776 $6$ $17
Schwarts A Co 1$ .
J. W. Murphy $0$
Lincoln Paok. Co,.... 81 ,
Cudshy, Denver , $61
W. B. Vaneant Co.... 17$
Benton, Vansant A L, 101 .....
Hill A Son 811 .....
F. a Lewis 167
J. B Root A Co 86
J. H. Bulla 154
L. F. Hues 71 .....
Roaenstock Bros. ...,1,088 ..... .....
F. O Kellogg 241 .....
Werthelmer A Degen 104 ' -
Sullivan Bros II .
Rothschild A Krebs.. 145
M. A K.. Calf Co 131
Baker, Jones A Smith 61
Banner Bros. 81
John Harvey 631 ..... .....
Dennis A Francis .... 106
Jensen A Lungren.... 460
Other buyer 1,313 13,171
Total 20,04$ 1 1.761 18,168
Cattle The week opens out with the
heaviest run of cattle In the history of the
yards, approximately 24,000 head were re
ported In and fully $1 per cent of these
were western grassers, the showing of corn
fed cattle being smaller than usual. Bear
lah advices from other points and the heavy
local supply were responsible for a slow and
unevenly lower trade, and what business
was done during the forenoon In the beef
line was on the basis of prices anywhere
from lOo to 16o lower than last week. The
same was trua as to cows and heifers.
In stockers and feeders competition wss
sufficiently active for the desirable heavy
cattle to hold nrlcea very nearly steady, hut
on praotlcally everything else prices were
10Q26O lower than last week, and that was
very alow at the decline.
Quotations on cattle: Prime heavy beeves.
$16.6O01T.OO; good to choice beeves, $13.50
CP lB.oo; fair to good beeves, $11.25011.26
common to fair beeves, $9.00012.00: good
to choice yearlings, $1 4.00 fi 16.60; fair to
gooa yearlings, $11.00013,00; commoa to
fair yearlings, $7.00011.00; prime heavy
grass beeves, $1$.OO014.6O; good to choice
grsss beeves. 110.50011. 60: fair to maat
grass beeves, $1. 16010,26; common to fair
grass beeves, $T.6O0$.26; good to choice
neuers, is.ooqii.io; good to choice cows.
a.ouos.yu; lair to good cows. 18.7507.71:
common 1 to fatr oows, $6.6008.60; prims
eeaing steers, Iiv.ouwi4.50; good to choice
reeaere, fl.75010.00; fair to good feeders,
$7.6003.60; common to fair feeders, $6,000
7.50: good to choloe stockers. 18.0001.00;
took heifers, $6.6008.00; stock cows, $8.0$
B'l.oo; stock calves, $6.501.60; veal calves,
$8.78011.7$; bulls, stags, etc.,, $6. 60$. 76.
34. I as
761 $8 00
7S 7 00
767 $$ 60
804 T 20
700 T 25
. 760 7 71
.1000 ,1 25
21 971 7 75 2 990 1 IB
1. ....... $10 $ 00 29 630 t 6
Hois The week onens With a continue.
Hon ot the light hog runsand with demand
talrly good prloes showed a fresh advance.
The market was anywhere from 100200
higher and In extreme . casea .26a hither
man Saturday, the : most advance being
noted on the close. Early arrivals were
cleaned up before 10 o'clock. Bulk of tho
offerings moved at $18.10018.50 and a piece
01 a ioaa soia ss nign as iiB.ie.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. Sh Pr.
22. .121 110 $1$ 10 71. .241 ... $18 JO
Sheep Receipts were the largest for a
Monday of the season, while the demand
was not so broad as It has been and the
result was a draggy market, with all kinds
of lambs showing a lower tendency. Bulk
of ths supplies did not get to the ham
until the later end ot the morning and
as the early arrivals were not of overly
good quality buyers waited to look over
tho later stuff before making any pur
chases, A few good light feeder lambs that
showed up early eold around $17.9O01$.1$
and were as much as 25e lower than any
time last week, except Friday's extreme
close. No fat lambs had sold. Top was
expected to be under $18.00. Aged sheep
were about steady. A few small bunches
ot good ewes sold ss high as $11.50 and
quite a few feeding Swes Of Just decent
quality landed around $10.10010.75.
Quotations on sneep ana lamoei umn,
fair to choice, $l.76tf 17.501 iambs, feeders,
sir 00iffll8.25: lambs, culls. I11.DO018.DU
ve&rllnas. fair to choics. 111.10(3 11.10 : year-
linen, feeders, lll.00Oll.7ll wemors, lair
to choice, $12.OO01$.OO: ewes, fair to chotce,
$10.00011.25; ewes, culls ana feeders, .
Oll.OOi ewes, breeasrt, ail ages, iu.buv
Fine Outlook for Bumper Crop
Causes Corn to Slump;
Wheat Receipts Increase
as Farmers Sell.
Omaha. September 14, HIT.
Receipts over Sunday totalled 14$ cars.
41 of these being wheat Farmers seem to
be awakening of late to the tact that noth
ing Is to be gained by holding their wheat
aa long as there Is but one price to be
paid tor It and are letting loose of their
holdings more liberally.
"Cash corn alumped off several cents, the
spot being. uted unchanged to to lower
than Saturday's prices, the whits and yel
low varletiea selling off about $0, while the
mixed sold at the extreme deollne. Trade
In this market was fairly active and there
was a good demand for all the better
grades. No. t white sold St $1.11 and II
and ths No. t white sold at tt. while all
sales of No. I yellow were made at one
price, $1.13. Sales of No. I mixed ranged
from $1.11 to $1.$$. while thesNo, 1 grada
sold at $1.$$ and $1.$$. Redelpts ot corn
totaled $3 oars.
The oats market held Its own, and in spite
ot the decline In corn, sold up fractionally,
tne general run bringing about lie more
than It did Saturday, with a good iqaai as
mend evident for this oereal. The No. 1
white sold at II Ko and the No. 1 white
sold at ItUo, all sales of this grade being
made at the eame price, while the standard
grade brought 61 Ho. Sample oats sold at
II Ko and 61 He. practloally all these sales
bringing the higher price. Arrivals of this
eereal were II cars.
Receipts of rye and barley were I and 11
care, respectively, with the market on these
grains quoted several cents lower. No eales
of rye were made, while traaa in oaney
was fairly good, the No. I selling at II 27
and $1.10. and the Mo at ll.ll ana ii.ia
The No. 1 feed brought $1.18 and $11"
while the sample grade went for $1.28 H and
it ii .
7 Clearances were! Wheat and flour equal
te 417.000 bushels: oats. $$$.000 bushels.
Primary wheat reoelpts were 1, $64,00$
bushels and shipments 431,000 bushels,
against reoelpts ot 2,111,000 bushsls and
shipments of 1,111,000 bushels last sytar.
Primary corn receipts were 561,000 bush
els and shlnments 116.000 bushels, sgalnat
receipts of 111,000 bushels and shipments of
lio.ooo bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1012,000 bush
els and shipments 1.166,000 bushels, against
receipts of 1,148,000 bushels and shipments
of 1,201,000 Bushels last year.
Omaha . . .
St. Louis ..,
These sales were reported today;
Wheat No. I hard winter: 1 cars, $1.11.
N6. 1 hard winter; 1 car, $1.01; 1 car (smut
ty). $1.08. No. 4 hard winter: 1 bulkhead,
(4 ner cent rye). $1,071 I cars, $1.06. No,
hard winter: I cars, $104; 1 bulkhesd (vsry
smutty). 11.01. No. I dark hard wlnteri
cars, $2.11. No. 4 dark hard winter: 1 car,
$1.11. No. $ yellow hard winter: l ear, ii.ot,
No. 4 yellow hard winter: I oars, $1.04. No,
I yellow hard winter; 1 ear, $$.01. No. I
red dururat I ears, $10$; 1 car (smutty),
12.04. No. 1 red durum: 1 cars. 81.02. No,
amber durum: 1 cars, $1.16, No. 1 northern
spring: 1 car, $1.1$. No. S northern spring:
1 car. $2.12. No $ red spring! 1 car, $1.10;
1 car (smutty), $3.01. No. $ red spring: I
cars, $$.07. No, $ white spring; 1 car, $$.01.
No. I mixed hard red: 1 car (smutty, $$
per cent hard red and 10 per oent common
and red durum), $$.0$. Mixed; 1 car (II
ner cent me). 11.96.
Barley No. 1, 1-1 car, $1.20; t cars, $1.11;
I oar (western), $1.17. No. 4, 1 oar, $1.10;
1 oar, $1.18; 1 car westem), ll.ll. no.
feed. 2-5 car. $1.81: 1 care, $1,161 1 oar
(western). $1.25.. Rejected. 1 car, $11$
Sample, I car, $1.1$ H-
Corn No. 1 white, cart, li.oot H ear,
$1 91. No. $ white. 1 car, $$.00. No. I yellow,
I cars. $1.12. No. I mixed. 4 oars. $l.$3l 1H
cars, $1,$1; 1 car, $1 1H I 1 oars. $1.10; I
cars, $1.67, No. I mixed, I cars (near white),
96; 1 oars, ll.ll; 1 cars, $1,111 I oars,
10. No. 4 mixed, 1 car (near white),
$1.11; 1 ear (near white), $1.1$; $-1 oar,
$1.10. No. I mixed, 1-6 car (near yellow),
$1.10. No. I mixed, 1 car (musty), $1.$0; 1
oacr. ll.ll H. Sample mixed, 1 oar, 11.11.
Oats No, $ white, I cars. 8140. Btanrtard,
I cars, IIHo. No. I white, II cars, IIHO.
No. 4 white, I oars, 69o; 1 car, 58 e. Sam.
pis white, Tyrara, 6IH0; t ears (barley mix
ed), 68c. no. i mixea, 1 oar, o. no,
4 mixed, 1 car, 6IV0: 1 car, 18 He.
Omaha Cash Prices Corn: No. 1 white,
$i.80$.oo: no. $ white. $1.1101.00: no.
yellow, $1.1201.14; No. I yellow, $1,110
l.$li No. I mixed. $l.$701.$$: No. S mixed,
1.8$H01.$1. Oats: No. I white 58HO
eic; standard, 6IH0 59Ho; No. I white,
ow it aw -jf e i tiu, wiiiLO, wuvu. xjrn? y t
Malting,' $1.2601. $0: No. 1 feed, $1.1601.18,
Rye: No. I, $l.$101.$ti Mo. 1, $1.10 HO
Local range of options 1
Art, Open, Ttlgh, Low. Close. flat
Deo. 1 10 11$ 12$ 1 1$ lit
May 1 14 1 14 114 1 14 114
Sopt tt t 68 $ lift
Deo. $7 (7 67 57 17
May 81H lH 6IH IIH IIH
1,1 11 1 h 1 . 1 -
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain brokers.
116 South Sixteenth street Omahat
' Art. Open. High. Low, Close. Sat.
Deo. 11$ 1 104 U'H .A 117
May 1 II 1 1744 Uttt 11$
Sept Mil $1U 88 1 IIH
Deo. 67 6IH 11 $1 ITH
May ' $1H 81 $0H $1
Sept 44 00 44 10 41 $0 44 $9 44 0$
Oot 44 00 44 $0 44 00 44 $0 44 40
Jan. 49 14 46 $ 45 36 41 $1 41 $0
Sept 14 10 24 70 24 10 14 TO 24 11
Oct 24 10 24 70 14 10 14 70 14 47
Jan. 21 17 21 71 II It 11 Tt 1$ 10
Sept 25 tt . 28 00 26 12 II It II 17
Oct 25 86 26 90 25 85 28 $0 25 It
Jan. 23 65 23 87 23 45 21 85 21 2
15 -QUARTER SECTIONS unimproved,
wheat, corn and alfalfa land near rail
road. Perkins county, Nebraska. Will sell
responsible parties, 160 acres, $600 down,
balance five and ten years. . (No annual
payments.) Miner A Bradley, Box $26,
Grand Island, Neb.
New York Cottoa Market
New Tork. Sect 24. Cotton goods mar
kets wsrs firm and more active today after
recovery in cotton markets. Yarns were
firmer. Raw silk was steady; wool goods,
The cotton market today closed Irregular
net 1 points higher to 27 points lower,
New Tork, Sept 24j Cotton Future!
opened Irregular; October, 14.61c; December,
$II.4O0 26.1Oc; January, I4.1O014.2IO!
March, 24.43c; May, 14.60c.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits,
New Tork. Sept It. Evaporated AebI
Market firm; choice, I6H0; prime, 14
Dried Fruits Prunes: Market strong; Cal
Itornlas, $012c; Oregona, 11 H 14c. Apri
cots: Market firm; fancy. 10c Peaches: Mar
ket steady: standard, lOUo: choice. lOHo:
fancy, 11c. Raisins: Market firm; loose mus
catels. 7H09c: choice to fancy seeded. IH
01044c: eeedless, 910c; London lay
SMALL Nebraska farm o neaay payments
6 acres up. We farm tho farm we sell
you. The Hungerford Potato Growers
association.! 5tb and Howard Sts.. Omaha
Dourlaa 1171. 1
FOR 8ALE Cheap, my Improved 166-acre
farm near Ponca. Neb.; easy terms. If
desired. Address Dr. C W. Glllln. Ill
, V. L. A T. Bldg.. Sioux City. Ia.
A FIRST-CLASS 130-aore farm 4H miles
from Hartlngton. Neb. Well Improved
and all good land; will sell or sxebangs.
See O. A. Kull, Oakland. .Neb.
160-A. WELL lmoroved farm. 1H miles N.
W. Elkhorn, Douglas Co. Price $176 per
A: Call Paul Peterson, D. 1280, , Res.,
FOR SALE Best large body high grade,
medium priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required, c. uraaiey. woi.
SEVERAL good northeast Nebraska farm
bargains; easy terms If desired. A. A.
Patzman, 128 Securities Bldg.
FOR SALE Imp. farm, H mils to modern
town. Peter Rock, Mason City. Neb.
LIST your lands for quick results with C
J. Csnnn, 810 McCsrue Bldg.. Omaha.
"Heart of the Range."
Jordan valley project Oregon. 44,000
acres Irrigated land. Free map. Next ex
cursion. October t.
HARLRT J. HOOKER.
$40 First Nat Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Turpentine and Bosin.
Savannah, Oa., Sept $4. Turpentine-
Market firm, 4044 41o; sales, 400 barrels;
receipts, 285 barrels; shipments, 160 bar
rels; stock. 23,027 barrels.
Roeln Market firm: sales. 121 barrels:
receipts, r258 barrels; shipments, 1,850 bar
rels; stock, 83.643 barrels. Quote: B, D, s,
F, $5.80; O, $6.86; H, I, $5.10; K, $4.06; M,
$6.2508.80; N. I7.OO07.I1H: WO, $7.40;
St Joseph Live Stock Market.
St. Joseph, Mo., Sept 14. Cattle Re
ceipts, 7,600 head; market lower; steers,
$8.00018.60; cows and heifers, $$.16014,10;
Hogs Receipts, 8,000 head; market
higher; top. $19.06; bulk of sales, 1$.4O0
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, $,$00 head!
maricet lower; lambs, $11.00 a 18.00; owes,
New York Sugar Market.
New Tork, Bept $4. Sugar Raw. market
nominal; centrifugal, 8 80c; molasses, 6.01c;
renned sugar, ateaay; cut loar, s.onc;
orushed, 9.66c; mold "A," l.tOc; cubes, 1.15
01.25; XXXX powdered, 1.6008. 70c; pow
dered, 8.658.70e; fine granulated, 1.400
l.tOc; diamond "A," 640c confectioners'
"A," 8.3001.800! No. 1, 1.1008.25c.
Duluth, Minn.. Sept 14. Linseed On '
track, $3.4703.80; arrive, $$.4$; September,
$3.47; October, $3.41 asked; . November,
$$.44; December, $3.3$ asked.
St. Louis Llvs Stock Market.
St. Louis, Sept 14, Cattle Receipts, 16,
800 head; market lower; native beef steers,
33.OO017.tO; yearling steers and heifers,
$7.OO01$.OO; oows, $4.00010,00; stockers and
feeders. 16.6001.10: Texas quarantine steers.
$6.76010.10; fair to prims southern beef
steers. $1.00012.76! beef cowl and heifers,
$6.00010.00; prime yearling stsers and heif
ers, $7.10010.00; native calves, $6.76015.75.
Hogs Reoelpts, $.000 head; market, high
er; light, $1$. 60011. II; pigs, $l.$O018.oo;
mixed and butchers, $11.40(918.10; good
heavy, $l$.t$01$.l$; bulk Of sales. $18,600
Sheep 'and LambsA-Reoelpts, 1,600 headi
markst. steadyt lambs. tll.00O17.l0t ewes.
$10.50 011.00; wethers, $1.I011.I0; can-
Kansas City Llvs Stock Markst.
Kansas City, Sept 14. Cattle Receipts,
11,000 head; market lower; prime fed steers,
$16.00017.81: dressed beef steers, $11,600
11.60; western steers, $9.00013.00; southern
steers. $7.00011.7$: cows. $5.60010.00; heif
ers, $7.00011.00;: stockers and feeders, $6.6$
01$.OO; bulls, Il.0091.eo; caives, i7.uuw
Hors Recelots. 4.000 head: market, high
er; bulk of sales, $18.20018.90; heavy, $18.60
018.00! packers and butoners, $il.4O0ig.io;
llSht 817.10011.80: PlgS. 111.60017.25.
Sheep and Lambs RecelpU, 14,000 head;
market, lower; lambs, $17.bob17.7o; year
lings, $11.00013.50; wethers, $10.60011.60;
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago,. Sept. 14. Cattle Receipts,
33,000 head; market weak; .native beet
steers, $7.25017.86; weetern steers, $6,400
16.80; stockers and feeders, $6.30011.15:
cows and heifers, $5.10012.60; calves, $10.0$
Hogs Receipts, 18,000 head; market
strong, lOo to $0o above yesterday's average)
bulk of sales, 316. 16018. 0; lights, $17,660
18.15; mixed, $17.10019.00; heavy, $17,600
11.00; rough, $17.64017.80; pigs, $14,000
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 24,000 head;
market weak; wethers, $8.60 0 18.50; ewes,
$8.86011.76; lambs, $11.11011.11.
BIoux City live Stock Market.
Sioux City, la.. Sept 24. Cattle Receipts,
10,000 head; market steady to llo lower;
beet steers. $7.60017.00; fat oows and heif
ers, $8. 6009. 00) cannere, $6.1604.60; stock
ers and feeders, $7.00911. co; eaivea, 17.OU9
11.00: bulls, stags, etc, $6.0008.00; feeding
cowl and heifers, $6.7807.71,
Hogs Receipts, 1,000 head; market
strong; light 118.00011.6$; mixed, $18,100
18.25; heavy, $1$.OO01$.6I pigs, $14,000
16.60; bulk of sales, $18.00018.11.
Sheep and Lambs RecelpU, 1,000 head;
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Prospect of Unwelcome Showers Figures
la Corn Pit; Scarcity en Hogs.
Chicago, Sept. 14. Knowledgo that the
dtreotora of ths Chicago Board of Trade
would tomorrow set a date for a oonference
with other exchanges relative to a possible
removal of maximum prloes on oorn had
considerable to do with a sharp advance
whloh took Place today in the oorn market
Quotations closed strong at ths topmost
point reached,, with net gains of 202c
at $1.IOH01.14. December, and $1.17 H
1.17, May. Oats finished ' H He to 1c up
and provisions at a rise of 220800.
The ohlef faotor at first In the corn pit
was the prospect of unwelcome showers and
of colder weather, oondltions dlstlnotly ad
verse to the speedy maturing of the orop,
Besides, reports were olrculated that recent
damage by frost in Iowa, northern Illinois,
Indiana and Ohio was more serious than haa
generally been supposed. Unusual lightness
of offerings tended further to Incite buyers
and then gradually attention focused on
chances of the present high limit on prloes
being altered soon.
Oats reflected the Itrength of oorn. De
mand for Immediate delivery was brisk, es
pecially on the part of houses with eastern
Provisions soared to new high price rec
ords and closed at virtually the topmost
point ot the day. The principal Impetus
came from hog scarcity, by shipments of
meats, advances St Liverpool and the bulge
Chicago Cash Prloes Corni No. I yellow,
$2.O302.O4Hl No, I yellow, $2.0$; No. 4 yel-
Oats No. t white, $$9$lo; standard,
Rye No. t, $1.IO01.IOH.
Seede Timothy: $6.0008.00; clover, $16,60
Provisions Pork, $44.60; lard, $24,700
Butter Steady; creamery, $9U04a.
Eggs Steady; receipts, 7,366 cases; firsts,
$7Hl$IO ordinary firsts, !40!$Mo; at
mark, cases inciudea, I5087HO.
Potatoes Lower;-reoelpts, 10 ears: Min
nesota, . Wisconsin and Michigan, $1,150
Poultry Alive higher; fowls, IO9UH0;
S - .
Minneapolis Grain Markst.
Minneapolis, Bept It. Flour Fancy
patents quoted at $11 It; first olears. $10.50;
second Slears, $6.60.
Corn No. I yellow, $1.1301.$$,
Oats No. $ white, 68 H 40 Ho.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Publication of Government's
Schedule for Iron and Steel
New Tork, Sept. 14. Publication of ths
government's schedule tor Iron and steel
whloh came in- the latter part of the session
and announcement ot a virtual embargo on
gold exports to Spain were the striking In
cidents of a moderately active day oa the .
stock exchange. 1
There was at first some divergence) of
opinion regarding the fairness of prices
fixed by the Washington authorities, but
the course of the market In the later deal
ings, when almost all classes ot Industrials
showed extreme gains of 1 to t points, was
Indicative of general satisfaction.
The movement of United States Steel,
which occupied Its usual commanding posi
tion, was typical Of other steel and allied
shares. That atsck ranged between 101
to 110 prior to the news from Washing
ton, but soon thereafter rose to 111, clos- .
Ing at 111, a net gain of t points.
All ths more representative equipments,
shipping and semi-war stocks, were equally
meponslve and rails, which had shewn
marked Irregularity, also strengthened.
High grade specialties, tobaccos excepted,
shared in the hither quotations ot tho last
hour, when short covering was most ex- '
tensivs. Sales amounted to 146.600 shares.
Call money continued In fair supply at
4 per cent but time loans wars higher, even ,
for prime collateral. Fretn ths west cams
advices of greater ' confidence In general
trade conditions and a marked Increase in
Bonds were Irregular with further heavi
ness In Industrials. United States Stsel 8s
breaking 1 per cent. Liberty Is moved
In the narrow range et ti ll to 100.11. Total ..
sales par value, $1,416,400.
United States Bonds (old tssue) were un
changed on call. '
Number of sales ant quotations sn lead
Ing stocks: Sales. High. Low. Close
Am. Beet Sugar 1$
American Can .... 1.900 48 41 4$'
Am. Car A F'ndry 1.700 71 T0 71
Am. Locomotive.. 1,400 11 II I2tt
Am. Smelt. A Ret 11,104 101 19 1404.
Am. Sugar Ref.... 700 111 111 111
Am. Tel. A Tel.... 100 111 111-lit
Am. Z. L. A S IT
Anaconda Cop.... t.40 71 71 $1
Atchison tot 17 IIH $7
AOAWI8SL 100 91 11 tt
Rait. A Ohio 400 87 II $7
Butte A Sup. Cop.. 700 14 11 14
Cal. Petroleum , 17
f.n.l.o Pinlfta.. 1. 100 111 147U 111
Central Leather ,. $.101 14 11 14'
Ches. A Ohio tot
C, M. S. P .1101
C. R. I. A P. ctfs.. 1,100
Chlno Copper 1.301
Col. Fuel A Iron.. l.TOO
Corn Prod. Ref.... 17,101
1,100 111 141 145
1,701 101 14 lOt
lOt 104 11 101'
13.101 1 11 IIH
11 $1 62H
Cuba Cane Sugar..
Of, Northern Pfd..
Or. N. Or Ctfs...
Illinois Central ....
Int M. M. Pfd....
Inter. Nickel ....
K. O. Southern.,.. lit 14 19
Kenneratt Con.... l.tOt 41H 41
Louisville A Nash. lOt II 114H lit
Maxwell Motors... too 14 11 14
Mexlean Pet lt,4t t4 IIH
Miami Copper .... lot $$ 11
Missouri Paciflo.. 1,700 11 11
Nevada Copper... 100 II IIH
N. T. Central 4,10 71 77
N. T.. N. H. A tt.. 1.100 11 It
Norfolk A West..
P.Mfln Mall 101
Pennsylvania Itt $1
Ray Con. Copper.. id 11 h
Rep. Iron A Steel..
Shattuek Arts. Cop.
U. S. Ind. Aloohol
to 111 1)1 111
701 101 111 101
1,100 1 14
40 ' 14
V. S. Steel 154,10 111 101 111
V. a Steel Pfd..,. 1.00 117 111 117
Utah Copper 4,800 IT 11 $'
Wabash Pfd. "B'... II ,
Weetern Union.... t $1 . tt . IIH ,
Weatlnghoo.se Eleo, 1,70 47 41 44
total sales for ths day' $46,004 shares.
Xsw Tork Money Markst.
New Tork. Sept 14. Mercantile Paperit
IH per cent.
Sterling Exchange Sixty-day kill, $4.71;
commercial sixty-day bills on banks, $4.71 Ht
commercial sixty-day bills, $4.71; demand,
$4.75 $-1$; cables, $4.7$ T-lt.
Silver Bar, $1.0$ Mssloaa dollar. 14)
Bonds Government stead I railroad Ir
regular. ' , '
Time Loans Firmer; sixty days and
ninety days, !0t per dent; ale months,
$ per cent . .X. .
Call Money Steadyt high, 4 r cent;
low. $H per cent: ruling rate, 4 nor oent;
closing bid. 1 psr oent; offered at 4 per
oent; laat loan, 4 per oent.
17. 8. 1 rtg. ... IT Int M. M. la., II
do ooupon .... 114 K. C. 8. r. Is.. It
U. 8. Is reg..., 11 I A N. tan. 4s.. 11'
do ooubOn .. IIHM K A T 1st 4a I
TJ, a. 4s rsg-.,.106H Mo. Pea. g. 4s.. 17
do ooupon ...loiHnont rower e.. iik
Pen. Is, coupon 14 N. T. C. d. Is 11
Am. F. 8. Is.... $6 No. Pao. 4s $$
A. T. A T. e. $ ttH do Is tt
Anglo-French Is tt 0. 8. L. r. 4s.. 14
Arm. Co. 4s 81 r. T. T. is.. I4H
Atohlson . 4 .. 11'Pena. 0. 4s...!0
B. A O. 4 11 do gen. 4.. 11
Cen. Leath. Is.. II Reading gen. 4s.. t '
Cen. Pao. 1st.... 81 S. L, A S. F. a 6s 41
C. A O. e. Is.. $$Bo. Pao. c. Is.. $$
C. B, A Q. 1. 4s 16 14 do ref. 4s.... 88H
C M A B P g 4s 16 So. By. Is ....11
C. R, I. A P. r. 4l 17 Tex. A Pao. 1st.. 98
C B. r, 4Hs 76 union Paciflo 4s 81
t. A R. O. r. Is. II do cv. 4s..... It
D. ot C. Is, 1131 t4TJ. S. Rubber Is.. 11'
Erie gen. 4s.... 11HU- Steel Is. .100
Oen, El. 6s ....106 Wabash 1st .... $'
Gt No, 1st 4 $4 West. Un. 4s., $1
ilk cen. r. ts.. $0H '
City Grain Market.
Kansas City, Mo., Sept i4. Corn No. I
mixed, $l.$401.tt; No. I white, $1.0703.0$;
No. a yellow, $1.8601.97; September. $1.$$;
Deeember, $1.$0H 01.10.
oats no. 1 White, lie; . 1 mixta, 11
New Tork Metal Market.
New York, Sept. 24. Copper Electroly
tic, nominal, $23.60.
Iron Market nominal.
Metal exchange nuotea tin. nnmln.L
$61.60 bid. ,
At London Spot copper, flit; futures,
tilt; electrolytic, 4130; spot tin, 1247 19ss
futures, 4244 16s.
Kansas City Oeneral Mark.
Kansas City, Mo., Bept 14. Butter
Creamery, 41o; firsts, $t0 seconds, $8ef
Eggs Firsts, t$0 seconds, 10c. v
Poultry Hens, llo; roosters, 14o; broil,
r, lie. '
New Tork Metal Xxchange.
New Tork. Sept 14. Metals Exehanga
quotes lead steady; spot $4.40. Spelter,
barely steady; spot East St Louis delivery,
At London: Lead, spot 110 10s; future
121 Its. Spelter, spot III! futures, 460.
Liverpool Cottoa Markst.
Liverpool, Sept 14. Cotton Spot quiet!
prices 110 points higher; American mid
dling, fair, lt.97d; good middling, lt.t7d;
middling, ll.tld; low middling, 18.4ld; good
ordinary, 17.474; ordinary, 14.t7d. Bales,
1,004 bales. ,
84. Loots Orals Market
St Louie, Sept 14. Corn No. S, $2.0$t
No. I white, $2.1001.11; September, $1.67l
Oats No. t, 69o ;' No, I white, 41 4
London Money Market,
London, Bept 24. Silver Bar, (14 pef
Money 4 per cent
Discount Rates Short bills, 4 psr cent!
three months' bill. 4 11-1$ per oent
Another Liquor Appeal;
Case is Now On Trial
The last of the liquor appeal cases
to be tried in district court with the
preterit panel of jurort was begun
Monday morning before Judge Leslie, -sitting
in law court. Lee Deering is .
charged with Illegal possession of
The first fewv appeal liquor cases
were decided by juries in a way de-.
cidedly displeasing to the state. A
jury trvintr one aooeal liauor Va.
could not agree and vat discharged,
one case wal a victory for Prosecutor
McGuirt, but two others resulted in
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