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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1917.
Board and Room.
WANTED School children to board; 1
blocks from Sillier Park school. Phone
ATTRACTIVE modern room lor two, walk-
Dodge 8t Harney 6143.
BOARD and room in a private home. Reas-
enable. Harney 614 or 04 & 36th St
TOUNO man wantlne roommate; good
board; good location; Harney 7Qi.
TWO gentlemen to share a large room, two
meals. Harney 6164.
TABLE board, good homo cooking. H. 830
NICE looms, modern except heat, 1311
Leavenworth. $13. Dqug. H5).
COUPLE, excellent standing, desires room
with board, or rooms with housekeeping
privileges with small refined family In
Bemls park vicinity. Rent not considered.
It suited. Box 766. Omaha Bee.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
THE HYLAND, 18th and Nicholas.
Steam heat and electrlo lights, newly fur.
nlshed apartments, $1.50 to $7 per week. In
cluding light, heat, water, Janitor and maid
service. Webster 4087.
STRICTLY mod., elega t nicely furnished,
1-r. housekeeping apt; In quiet, refined.
' nu.t, raalifonna facta east, west and
south;, on car line; nice location; no chil
dren: reasonable, w-pster sen.
WANTED TO RENT REAL ESTATE IMPROVED FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Unfurnished Houses and Apartments.
WANTED By two refined ladles an un
furnished room In private ramuy wun
breakfast. Reference. Address Bos 711,
Omaha Bee. -
Wanted To rent 4 or 5-r. cottage in norm
part of city, or Florence, with vacant
grouna. Close to scnooi or cr, vau n.
WE have some fine homes to sell or to
rent In choice locations. Price and terms
good. JOSEPH O'DOHERTY 80N. 711
W FARNAM 8MTTH A CO,
Real Estate and Insurance.
mo Warnam St Doug. 1064.
MOVING AND STORAGE REAL ESTATE- B'ness Pr'pty
110 acres, heavy soil, miles west of
Minneapolis: 71 acres cultivated, baianc
timber, pasture: good l-roora house, barn
and other outbuildings; ( horses, t cows.
1 head of young stock, f hogs, chickens,
turkey and all this year' crop, consist
ing of It acre extra good corn and amall
grain; all goes at 6a per acre; se.vvv
cash, balance 6 per rent.
McMICHAEL INVESTMENT COMPANY,
60 Wllmac nidc Minneapolta, Minn.
CORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and moving
lit N 11th 8t Phone Doug
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Expert service; prompt attention. lout
moving, your packing, your storage.
Main Office. Central Furniture Star.
17th and Howard. Tel. Doug. T78.
U. A. WOLF. Realtor, War Blk. Specialist
In downtown business property
RFA.I P.STATE IJnimnPrtVd to force quick SALE 4.000-ACRE cat-
IU.AL. u l a i c. unimprovea i r.noh flft.,n mlle, from Harum.
Phone Douglas 24 for complete
lift of vacant house and apart
ment. Also for storage, moving,
. 16th and Jackson fits.
ACREAGE FOR SALE.
By nonresident who I In town and
wishes to dispose of sams while her. Good
tract, fair improvements. If Interested
call In person for Miner at Her Orand
Mont., on Burlington railroad will be sold
at $ acre, easy terms. Well grassed;
water, some fence; 60 per cent tillable;
is. 060 cash, balance S years. per rem.
If interested write or wire. Cornelius, 451
Phoenix Bultdlng. Butte, Mont
Separate locked room lof household
goods . and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
101 ft Hth. Dougia .
Globe Van and Storage Co.
BEAUTIFUL 60-fool lot. Price $220, only
13 cash and to cent per week. Doug. gill.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
For real service in moving, packing nd
storing, call Tyler 110 or pougiag
Tn DtiBn Express Co.
J. V. 1VDDU Packing
in tin J4TH ST. 10-mom. all modern,
141 fit 8. 10th St., 6-room,. strictly
modern, $37.80. 64S 8. 14th Av., (-room,
modern except heat, 120. ( D. iio v.
I rooms, all modern, ISO.
, F. V. WBAD,
HO 8. 18th St Douglas 171.
FOR RENT HOUSES
Tihj rooms. West Farnam. toil Beautiful all
modern brick horn of a better kind. ,
THE BYRON REED CO.,
D. 287. 211 B. 17th St
Packing and Storage.
tiot Farnam 8t. Web. 1741. Doug. is.
OUR BUSINESS IS MOVING.
T.rr van. two men. 11.10 per hour.
MAOGARD'S STORAGE CO.. Pong. 146
1,710 ACRES on Niobrara river, six miles
from railroad town; too acres gooa, ievei
farm land; 250 acres In cultivation; 150
acres of Niobrara bottom, part of which
is th best of nay land, balance of ranch
rolling to rough pasture, well grassed.
River and Bear Creek furnish an abun
dance of stock water, plenty of timber for
fuel, and fence post, as well as affording
protection for stock. Improvements lo
cated In a fine native grove In th valley
and consist of l-roora house, two hams.
silo and other buildings. School house
located on ranch. This Is a well balanced
ran. Our price. IIS per acre, essy terms.
KLOKE INVESTMENT LO.
145 Omaha Nafl Bank Bldg., Omahn.
LIVE SOT MARKET
Week's Decline is Fifty Cents
on Record Run of Cattle;
Hog Prices Are
Omaha. Sept. 11, HIT.
' Receipts wre: Cattle. Hog. She.
Official Monday 14.02 1,111 44,151
Offlctsl Tuesday ....15.703 II, hi 11,311
Official Wednesday .. 1,111 S,5S SMSt
Official Thursday .... 1.271 1.47 10,110
Estimate Friday 3.000 4.100 t.100
Five days this w.eek . .60,93 11,001 111.147
Sams days last week.. 62, 314 14,110 157,171
Same days 1 wit, ago. 20.4:4 14.444 133,31
Same days 1 wks. ago. 40,717 11,71 14,46$
Sam days 4 wks. ago. 17.741 11,11 17.171
Same days last year.. 47.411 1M17 14.73
Reoelpts and disposition of live dock at
the Union Stock yards, Omaha, Nb., for
twenty-four hours endlngr at 2 o'clock p. m.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Horse.
Cash Corn Sells Off One to Two
Cents and Oats Also Show
Some Decline in
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
IS QUARTER SECTIONS unimproved,
wheat, corn and alfalfa land near rail
road, Perkins county, Nebraska. Will sell
responsible parties, ISO aores, auo aown,
balano flv and ten years. (No annual
payment) Miner & Bradley. Box 636.
Grand Island, Neb.
I Oft RENT At 3511 Dewey Av., a
k room all-modern house. Key next doof.
SBC ROOMS All modern; adult only;
walking distance. Harney lot.
JJINB rooms, all modern, newly decorated
througnout, excellent lurruuuuiugo. i
tlth St Cut to 145.
THE BYRON REED CO.,
. D; 397. 111 S. 17th St
t-ROOM house, all modern, ha oak floors
throughout, two fireplaces, south iront
$40; 46 with garsge.
II First National Bk. Bids. Doug. 1881
ENTIRE upstairs . of residence, I large
rnnma and bath: rarat entrance: mod
ern except heat; nice and, olean; til
,1511 Corby St, Webster sisa.
EXCELLENT FOR A ROOMING HOUSE,
124 N. 14TH ST.. 10 RMS.. ALL MODrRN,
. 45i F. D. WEAD, 310 S. 18TH ST.
111 DAVENPORT ST., I rms., arranged
for. I families.' Hot water heat 35.
E. H. BENNER CO.. D. 8400.
-B. MOD. bungalow, 3132 N. 47th Ave., $35.
G. G. CARLBERG, 312 BRAND. TH. BLDU.
7 -BOOM house; strictly modern; 2751 Merl-
'cUto, Av. Call Florence 418.
S-ROOM home, modern but heat $15. 1701
Beward... D. 2802.
A. very" desirable homo In Beml park,
with hall, living room, dining room, sun
room, 1 bedrooms, bath and sleeping
porch, oak. finish and oak floors below.
TUrnac neat water, gas, eiecincuy ana
sewer, $45 per month.
GARAGE FOB BENT. '
Room for on ear, in Beml park, for
$1 per month
J. Hi DUMONT & CO.,
418-18 Keellne Bldg. ' ' ' Doug. 80.
FOR RENT IN HAN8COM PLACE.
Pronerty recently vacated by Superin
tendent Graff; 10-room house, corn. 30th
aac foppleton. . mono Webster 4i.
ROOMS and sunroom, all 'modern, with
garage, $30; vacant Oct 1, 1539 8. 15th.
C-room bungalow, modern, 427.60, 121,0 H.
15th Ave. D. 1801.
1721 8. 28TH ST., 6 rms.. mod., $25.
8. ' h." tenner ucp:, D. 8406; '-.
6-ROOM modern cottage except heat.
Van Camp Ave. Phon Web. 147.
$25 PER MONTH
A brand new 6-room'bungalow, strictly
all modern, oak finish, all complete, ready
to b oocupied, frame and stucco con
traction; th ground lay high, large
lot paved street and all paid for. This
I a good buy for some one, as the month
ly payment is less than you could rent th
hnuaa for. Pries reasonable. Located
4031 Seward St.
Call D. 2803 for any Information.
Just listed a 5-room strictly modern
bunaatow within a block and a half of the
cathedral. Oak finished and oak floor.
Pull cement basement Furnace heat.
Larere floored attic. South front on paved
street. Shown only on appointment.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO..
SMALL Nebraska farm o neaay payments
i acre up. We farm th rarm we en
vou. Th Hungerford Potato Grower'
association.! 5tb and Howard St.. Omnh
West of Elmwood Park
Thl Is one of th most desirable tracts
for subdivision In this high class terri
tory west. Most of it lay high, with
fine view., overlooking Falracrea, Dundee
and Elmwood park. DeBlrable for three
to five-acre tracts; or for acreage by
holding a few years. For price and terms
HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors.)
1614 aarney st, mono Tyier to.
FOR a fine heme, large lot, chicken house
and yard, (-room house, closets, hardwood
finish, attic, cemented basement, city and
cistern water, electrlo light throughout
see Dodge-Wallace Co.
5 Bargains Near Car Line.
8 rooms 50th and Cass $8,250
7 rooms 49th nu Cuming 1.000
8 rooms 50th and Davenport 7,000
8 rooms 49th and Chicago 1,500
I rooms 50th and Underwood 7.000
These are all attractive home In FOR SALE 293 acres at Ericxon. Neb. 120
splendid condition. I per acre. Improved Incumbrance $1,500.
ALLEN ft BARRETT 513 Bee, V. 776! Address Owner, box 115. Indlanola. la.
i FOR SALE Cheap, my Improved 15-ucr
farm near Ponca, Neb.; essy trms. w
desired. Address Dr. C. W. Glllln, 115
F, L 1 T, Bldg.. 8loux City. la.
A FIRST-CLASS 120-acr farm 4 mile
from Hartlngton. Nn. wen improveu
and all good land; will sell or exchange.
Be O. A. KUIl, OaKiana. weo.
160-A. WELL Improved farm. I1 miles N.
W. Elkhorn, Douglas Co. ITico Ji.u per
A. Call Paul Peterson, D. 1280. Res..
Walnut 1104. .
SEVERAL good northeast Nebraska farm
bargains; easy terms if aesirea. a. a.
Patsman, 628 securities hiqb.
Well located lota on easy terms. Mod-
FOR BALE-t-Imp. farm. U mil to modern
town. Peter Rock, Mason city, wen.
ern. attractive homes. Before buying be I list your lends for quick results with C.
sure' and see.
GEORGE & CO.
637 Omaha Nat Bank. Doug.
Sunday Call Colfax 3227.
West Farnam District
HOMES and home sites In Dundee.
8HULER A CART. 204 Keellne. D. 1074.
J. Canan. 110 McCes-u Bldg.. Omaha.
"Heart of th Range."
Jordan valley project. Oregon. 44,000
acre Irrigated land. Free map. Next ex
cursion October 2.
HARLET J. HOOKER,
140 First Nat Bank Bldg.. Omah. Neb.
C. M. St. P 1
Missouri Pacific ... 1 1
Vnion Parlflo II 1 It ..
C, A N. W east & 1
CAN. W., west... 17 20 .. 2
C, St P.. M. A O.. 2 t
C, B. A Q., asst.... It..
C, B. A Q., west..,. 13 11 13
C, R. I. A P , east.. 3
C. R. I. A P.. west. .. 1 .. 1
Illinois Central 1
Chicago Ot. West 2
Total receipts..... 13 1 2 I
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris A Co 2I 303 391
Swift A Co 114 16 87
Cudahy Packing Co 1(74 1113 135
Armour A Co... 1731 6 !
Schwarts A Co 333 ....
J. W. Murphy , ... 45
Lincoln Packing Co 30
South Omaha Parking Co. 4
W. B. Vnnsant Co 147
Benton, Vansant. ........ 14 .... ....
F. B. Lewis 431 .... ....
Huston A Co 10
J. B. Root A Co 381 .... ....
J. H. Bulla 134 .... ....
L. F. Huas 14 .... ....
Roienstock Bros . 54
F. O. Kellogg 81
Wertheimer A Degen.... (43
H. F. Hamilton 8
Sullivan Bros 34 ,,
Rothschild A Krebs IT
Missouri A Kan. Calf Co.. 131
Huffman , 11
Baker, Jones A Smith.... 17
Banner Bros 1
John Harvey 405 .... ....
Dennis A Francis 14 .... ....
Jensen A Lungren. ...... . 1(1 ,.
Other buyers ,...1113 .... 151
Residence. vn room, thro on first $20 DOWll $15 Per MOIlth LANDS AT fair
floor oak. four on second whit enamel, , rxi i I or Commerc.
hot water heat, tljed vestibule ano oatn.. llOSe 10 Kj3,T, OlOreS BJlQ.
Reasonable terms If desired.
108 Farnam Bldg.
This would make a fin place to raise
chicks, fruit or any kind of garden. East
elope from the building site. Is th cheap
est aorcsge near Omaha and is one of the
best additions. Several new Improve
ment in lmmsdlat locality. Call Tylar
(0 and ask for Mr. Clark.
value assured by Chamber
New plana to settle and
develop th most fertile lands it South
Texas, immediately adjacent line maraei.
Farming and dairying demonstration un
der our dlreotlon. Only approved lands
offered for sal. If you want to own a
farm write for booklet J. Agrloultural
Dept., Chamber ot Commerce, Houston,
GOOD corn land, east Texaa, 125 an acre
Get my free book.
In West Farnam district, 6 room, tnot. xirtonivua oc nt-iLitrt i. Realtors.;
lv modem, hot water heat; lot 48x111,
fruit tree and ghrubbery. Owner leaving
city and orrer tni lor, qoicn emo,
$4,000. Term, uwner, ninwjr vie.
: - 7,ooo ' " !
Xllft CHICAGO ST.
Ten large rooms; stone foundation; fine
sleeping porch; two baths; garage, cement
drive: 65 feet south front Could not
now ha duplicated tor $15,000.
Ringwalt Bros., Brandels Theater Bldg.
4 ROOMS, city water, electrlo lights, 2
large corner lots, souinwem oi nimcora
Park; $100 cash; balance monthly. Wal
FLATS West Farnam district, $8,500. Two
FARM LAND WANTED
REAL ESTATE Investment
Tenement buildlnr. on corner lot In
good condition; six tenants always I Hottl
of this price; quick action required.
GLOVER &, SPAIN,
Douglas 3963. 219-20 City National.
'68tt feet east frontage, lust a trifle
can aell your farm It yo will list It
with n at a bargain tor tn man wno
buy. E. P. Bnowden A Son, 411 8. 16th.
-Live Stock Vehicles.
SEVERAL medium sized horses for sale or
will trad tor larger horses. Alamlto Dairy
Co., 30th and Leavenworth.
BEAUTIFUL fancy (addle horse, will sell or
trade for used car. Colfax 1964, evenings.
8 -room corner bricks, strictly modern, east, I south of . Harney St., brick flat renting for
of 16th St. F. D. Wead, 110 8. 18th St.
HOUSES AND COTTAGES.
': PARTLY MODERN.
T-r 1505 Pierce St.... ......$21.00
'MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
t-r., (30 8 24th Ave .......$15.00
l.r.. 287 Saratoga St. $20.00
- I-r.. 117 N. 18th St...... .$22.6:
- - STRICTLY MODERN.
6- r.. 922 8. 21st Ave $26.00
7- r.. 917 & 26th 8t. ...$25.00
..7.r. 1909 California St... $30.00
. I-r.. 3013 Dewey Ave... $37.50
9-r.. 1919 Chicago St $26.00
10-r.. 2231 Dodge St $40.00
l$-r.. 421$ N. 24th St $30.00
4-r., 2115 N. 24th St., 2nd floor.... $12.(0
10-r.. 705 S. ISth St ,....$46.00
PORTER A SHOTWSLI
202 8. 17th St Douglas 6012.
Office with HOME BUILDERS.
2001 MASON ST., room, trlot!y modern,
. very comfortable house and easy to heat
' ' Rent 122.50.
... t68 S. 28th St., 10 rooms, strictly modern;
. arranged for light housekeeping room.
Rent $30. . ' tr
w 2304 N. list St., 5-roora cottage. Rnt, $1$.
1304 N. 14th St. 6-room cottage. Bent $15.
" 2580 Spauldlng St, rooms. Rent $20.
GILBERT C. LOpMIS. '
'105 McCague Bldg. Doug. 170.
WE want mora bouses and apartment to
rent Th fact that we have practically
' cleared up our big Hat 1 conclusive proof
' of the efficiency of our rental aervlc. If
. yon want to keep your plac rented see
Payne A Slater v., umana inw n,
. - 614 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug, 101.
1012 N. 46TH ST. I rms., all mod., fin
aAniKtinn- rnraara. 125.00.
2419 N. 18th St. 7 rm., all mod., $20.00.
20 S. 13th St. 10 rms,, mod. ex, ht, $30.
. -. BIRKETT A COMPANY.
259 Bee Bldg. Pout- $3.
Hnna.k in- all oarts of th Olty.
,OW GH. SONS CO- III Bw Bldg
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
... .. West
: 'Furnished and unfurnished 2 rms. and
- bath, $86 and $40 winter rates.
Tyler 1531. ' ' 833 Securities Bldg,
T. ANGELUS APARTMENT,
. I eCTi AVE! AND DOUGLAS.
I or 4-reom apartment fireproof and
. soundproof. Two disappearing Murphy
beds, automatle elevator Koor garoeu
- Strictly modern. Harney 2074.
$90 -per month, $25,000. Right In lin for
C. G, CARLBERG, Realtor,
310-311 Brandels Theater Bldg.
BEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TURBT A SON,
620 First Nafl Bank Bldg.
Located hlrh and sightly. Sid. near De-
. . . .nr. ..u U
tlon laat season. Ha flv room, closet REAL ESTATE TKALt.AUt
"and bath, full Basement, - large, roomy
norch. All decorated with hlgh-graa pa
per, til in kitchen and bath. Shade
and electric fixture. Oak finish In living
and dining rooms, pedestal opening wun
bookcase. Price 22,925. Substantial first
payment, balance monthly like rent Thl
la 33,250 vaiu. tli tor appointment.
TRAVER BROS., '
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by th Bualness Men ot Omaha
FURNITURE, piano and note a security
140, S mo.. H, good, total cost, u.to.
140. I mo. tndorsed notes, tola, cost, $2.10.
Smaller, large am'ts proportionate rat.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
422 Roa Bldg., 16th and Farnam. Ty. 161
LEGAL RATES LOANS
$24.00 $240.00 or more,
Easy payments. Utmost privacy
140 Faxton Bldg. Tel. Doug. 229.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY.
TRACKAGE Fin aits on B. A M. R. R.; I DIAMONDS and Jewelry loans at 2 and
size txito; can be nougnt cnaap. u. A. I y, per cent; private booth, W. C. Flatau
unmmei, pnon Lougia 1010. I goi Becurltle (Kneel Bidr. Tyierssn.
REAL ESTATE-To Exchange REAL ESTATE-TRANSFERS
Phon D. 188.
Ill First Nat. Bank.
Owner leaving city for California, has
decided to put large (-room strictly mod
ern horn oa th market for quick (ale.
Living room, dining room and kitchen on
first floor. Finished tn oak. Three nice
bedroom and bath oa second floor. Large
corner lot. Paved street, aide and front
Plenty of room to build another house on
lot Thl Uvloeated In th prettiest part
of Kountie Place. Frlc 1 right
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
$27 Omaha National Bank Bldg. D. 178L
Sunday calls, Colfax 3227.
Will Mil bIow coat (-room all-modern
xeept heat cottage, almost new; south
fronts ha some fruit; chicken yard In
rear. Thl 1 located at 2110 Burdette,
close to ear, Price $1,200, Can glv
1 2-3 ACRES on 56th, 7 -room house, out-
buildings, etc. Orchard and other fruit;
$8,600; ' will exch. equity for home
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.,
929-30 City Nafl. Doug. 8862.
SHERIDAN, Dawes, Rook and Dundy Co.
Improved ranches, dear, for sale or ex
8. 8. A R. E. MONTGOMERY,
Dougia 4810, 627 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
FpR SALE OR TRADE Six-room modern
home for acre, lot or light car ana cub.
Call W. 43(1.
140 ACRES fin grsss land in Blaln Co.,
nicely Improved, 110 per cre, for hom
in Omaha. 803 Qm. Wat Bk. Bldg.
INVESTIGATE my ayitem; Omaha Realty
Trading fo 1 Patterson Blk Tyler 15.
FOR SALE or trade, 10 acre good -land.
UU4 iui'i v.iim ,, a ajw.
Monica Osborne to Benny Chalt et 1.
Erakln street, 13$ feet east ot
Twenty-fifth street north side,
46x15.6 $ $1$
Joseph Duncan Archibald, executor,, to
Loul Margolin, Twenty-ruth street,
62.6 feet south of Franklin street,
west side. 11.5x120 1,900
Fontanel! Land Co. to Jennie Stirling.
southwest corner Boulevard and
Grand avenue. 62.4x124 $00
Herman Beselin and wife to Harold
R. Barber, Patrick avenue, 120 feet
west of Twenty. fourth street south
side. 0xl38.6 2,(00
Carl Jensen and wife to France M.
Jensen, Martha street, 7 feet east
of Twenty-third street, south side,
John M. Flxa to Mrs. Louis Havell,
Klrhth street. ZOO feet south or
Martha street east aid, 40x833.1.. 1(0
Chauncey R. Baldwin and wife to
Thomas p.- Lowrey, -Thirty-iourtn
treat 196 feet north of Arbor street.
west side, 41x133.... 4,000
Maud E. Davie and husband to Au-s-usta
Becker, southeast corner Nine
teenth and Evan streets, 41x104.... 4,100
$11 First Nat Bunk.
th and Harney, nd 4-room apart-
" ment. Call Harney 647. ,
CLOSE In rooms. ultabl for tudlo, eHIc.
Jntlt dremkr, etc.. with living rm.
adjoining. T- F. Han. ea itsmae. u. i
APARTMENTS, all else and price, plen-
dld location. 24th ana rarnam. m.
TIZARD PALACE BLOCK CENTRAL.
None better, few equal, l-room apart
ment: modern In every respect Apply
120 N. 28d. Phone Red 4231.
TF.N room modern flat cloe In with
. steam heat newly repaired. $6 Includ
; ing heat 8. P. Bortwlck. 300 Be Build
ing, Tyler i&o.
BEAUTIFUL 4-room apartment walking
distance, janitor, heat etc; 140 ummr.
141.60 winter. Dougia I3E.
T PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
Specialists In Apartment Management
t-R. APARTMENT. $26; winter rata, $26;
steam heat G. P. Btebblns. ltil cnicsgo.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
'.. ' 111 South 13th, store room 10x44, and I
rooms above, part modern, $40.
BIRKETT A CO..
260 Bee Bldg. ' Doug. 631.
. WORLD REALTY COMPANY (Realtors)
-f . - Theater Entrance.
Douglas 6342. Sun Theater Bldg.
MODERN (tore, cor. 16th and Cass. Choice
- location. O. P. Btebblns, 1610 Chicago.
- MODERN store. 16th St., near postofflc.
$75. O. P. Btebblns. IR1 Chicago.
$375 CASH WILL BUY NEW BUNGALOW.
A remarkably well built 6-room bun
galow, oak floor throughout built-in fea
ture, nicely decorated, lull cement base
ment, attic, surrounded by new homes.
near 2t7h and urand Ave. frlc below
present cost of building,
245-7-1 Omaha Nat. 'Bk. Bldg. Ty. 10.
1810 LOCUST ST.
Just being completed, strictly mod.
bungalow, three rooms finished in oak.
on a aunroom, full basement, furnace
heat; lot 42x24 ft; south front, paving
paid; close to car and school. For pries
and terms see
RASP BROS. (Realtors).
110-12-14 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
AFTER looking at MINNE LUSA 200 dif
ferent buyer decided that It was the best
proposition on th market and they
backed their judgment by buying lot.
IF YOU will come out today you will
understand wny tne otners are ouying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO..
741 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg, Tyler 187
WE have aeveral good reliable buyer for
6 and l-room house and bungalow with
n. ... tEAA 1 1 r V. t3 - I. ..
Co:. Tyler 4. Til Omaha Nat Bank C, Bo.twlck, trustee, to H. L. Bear,
LISTING house to rent or sell on smsll cash
payments; have parties waiting, western
Real Estate. 411 Karbaco Blk. D. 1607.
IF you want quick action on your prop
erty, list it with m.
LUND. 420 ROSE BLDG., TYLER til.
WANT to buy strictly modern six to sight-
room house, north or west. Stat loca-
tlon and price. Box 7(46, Omaha Bee.
ARNDT A TAYLOR can assist you. 1126
Laird 8t Webster 103
Leavenworth stmt. 61 feet east ot
Fourteenth street south side, 66x132. ,600
Michael L. Clark, sheriff, to William
Paul Hampton, Forty-first avenue,
255.1 feet south of Pairs street, east
side. 60x110 1.(76
Michael L. Clark, sheriff, to Carl Mad
son. Morton avenue, Benson, 200 feet
' south of Allison, west side, 60x128. .1,400
Byron Reed Co. to Edgar E. Brltton,
Ohio street. 160 feet east of Forty-
third street, north side, 60x120 1,200
Charle W. Martin and wife to Dor
etta Benson, Newport avenue, 252
feat east of Twenty-eighth avenue.
north side. 42x12
Mew Torfc General Market,
New York, v Sept 2. Flour. Market
steady! soring patents. $11. 15011.(0; win
p.r cent aii per cent PETERS TBUsl tar patents$l0,6610.0; whiter tra'ght
Real Estate. Loan and Mortgages.
FARM and. city loan, running from flv
to twenty rear. Interest, l per cent l
.111 SOUTH 16TH ST. Steam heat
N. Frenier, Douglas 554.
FOR SALE, TO BE MOVED.
On six-room cottage with bath, on
five-room cottage both In good shape.
721-721 a llth St Apply W. N. Cham-
per. Dougia or Tyler 141.
ONE 6-room and on 4-room cottage, both,
on on lot; fine eondlttan; live In one and
rant th other, prtc lor ootn, i.vt.
Very easy term No. 2411 8. 10th St
NORRI8 A NORRI8.
400 Be Bldg. Phon Douglas 4270.
NEAR HANSCOM PARK.
I rooms, just in th course of comple
tion; all modern; ouut-in nuuei; iurnace.
Price $1,600. Located 13d and Frederick.
C. v?. CAKLBCHU,
110-11 Brandels Theater Bldg.
CO.. 1!3 bantam St.. Omaha. Neb.
CITY and farm loans promptly mad. Bate
I, 5Vi and f per nt Reasonably com
UNITED STATES TRUST CO,
212 Booth 17th. Omaha. Neb.
$1,800 M'TGE, bearing I pet semi-annually;
aecured by property valued at It, 600. Tal
mage-Loomls Inv. Co., w. o. w. Bldg,
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loan
City National BanK Bldg.
I PER CENT Mortgage eecured by Omaha I York
residence property, tor aaie oy js. . I Hay Market firm.
lougeo, inc., si neeiin atiQg.
8HOPEN A CO.. PRIVATE MONEY.
C OI Farm Loan, beat term, prompt er-
U 10 vice. Paul Peterson, 264 Brandels
Theater Bldg.. Omaha, or Blair, Neb.
FARM and city loans, 6, 6 V and I per oent.
W. H. Thomas. Kellln Bldg, Doug. 1648.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
wead. wead Bldg., I8tn and Farnam Bt.
MONEY U loan on mproved farm and
ranchea. Klok Investment Co., Omaha.
Totals 12,741 4,240 12,477
Cattle Receipt were rather light a usual
on Friday, but th flv days' supply amount
to over 60,000 head, which 1 larger than
any previous week by over 6,00$ head. Sup
plies have been msde up almost entirely of
western ranger, and largely on th "near
beef or stocker and feeder order. Trad
today was not materially different from
Thursday's market desirable grade of both
beet steer and cow ruling fully steady and
th market being on th catch a catch can
order on th ordinary run of medium and
light weight stuff. Compared with a week
ago the average decline in price thl weak
ha been fully 60a, om of th best weighty
cattle showing comparatively llttl break
whll th loss n many of tn lea desir
able kind ha been around 750 to Sl.ee,
Ton to th trada, however, 1 fairly healthy
at th close, end the week's exoesslv apply
of cattle will undoubtedly be pretty well
cleared up by Saturday.
Quotation on cattle; prim heavy beev.
tlt.00O17.00; good to ehole beeves, $1$.0
15.00; fair to good beeves, $12.0011.00
common to fair beeves, $1.00911.00; good
to cholo yearling. 14.0Ol.50; fair to
good yearlings, $11.00012.00; oommon t
fair yearling. 17.50010.60s Brim heavy
grass beeves, $11,600 12.60; good to choice
grass beeves, llV.QOOIl.OOi fair to good
grass beeves, $(,00010.00; oommon to fair
grass beeves, $7.6008.76; good to cholo
heifer, $8.00O-26; good to choice cow,
17.7501.50: fair to good cowl. II.ISOT.IO
common to fair cow, $(.90O.l(;' prim
feeding steer, l.00OH l food to cholo
feeder, $8,50010.00; fair to good feeder.
$7.0001.15: common to fair feeder. It.OQO
7.00; good to choice stockers, i.ooo.oo
stock heifers, $4.6008-90; stock cows, $I.Q0
07.60: stock calves, ii.tooi.io; veal caive,
$8.0001100; bulla, stag, eto., $5.6001.00.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
11 481 $1 00 10. Ill $ $0
4 1 I SO i' T. ....... 1 7
5T 7 0
11 86 I 00
4 611 II
1 1020 T (0
I ...1010 S 60
48 steers.. 162 6 06 IS steers.. 770
10 cows... 166 7 00 10 heifers. 64S
17 cows... 81 65 I fcdr.1160 10 26
21 feeders.1095 10 00
I steer.. 718 7 60 7 oows... (It I (5
1 calve.. 126 12 26
40 steer. ,1135 12 16 J4cows... Mi 7 26
1 bull... .1200 6 75
21 cow.. .104$ I 26 II helfsrs. 1(1 T 10
I calve.. 214 7 00 10 cows.. .101 10 00
51 calve.. 210 25 .
Hog Receipt were Just fair snd th
market opened oa a somewhat higher baaia.
Early sales were all the, way from iteady
to 16c higher, or largely lOo higher than
yesterday's average. Cloe was slow at
somewhat weaker prices. So far a th gen
eral market I eoncsrnsd thl I th highest
day In th history of th trad. Bulk of
th sales was mao at sit.s to sii.ie, wun
top at $19.40, th lattsr prtc being 20c
below th record.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Ay.
4. .270 ... $1$ 75 72. .221
110 $11 1$
270 II 26
O'KEEFB R. B.
EA8T NEB. FARMS
CO.. 1011 Omtha Nat'l.
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM, 104 Be Bldg.
MONEY HARRISON A MORTON.
SIS Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
C 47 CITY
it hi u
,OAN8 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
LOW RATES C. O. CARLBERG. Ill Bran-
del Theater Bldg. P. SIS.
Stocks and Bonds.
A. L WRIGHT.
Flatlron Hotel Dong 17tT.
Flv-room bungalow, classy Outsld and WANTED To borrow $1,000. pay 10 per
Office and Desk Room.
; "TV-PRICED mod offices. Farnam Bldg.,
1". A Farnam. (Old tat Nat Bank Bldg.
FIRST TRUST CO.. (Realtors ! Tyler 600. I
Inside. Price $2,850; reasonable terms.
BENSON A CARMICHAEL,
642 Paxton Blk. Douglas 1725.
R. 8. TRUMBULL.
Ulii 1st Nat Bk. Btrtg D. 1734
cent or over. Absolute security and guar-
antee. box 739, Omaha Bee.
Persistent Advertisinsr' Is the Road
$10.40010.10: Kansas straights, $11.16
Wheat Spot easy; No. 2 red and No.
hard, $2.25 and No. 1 northern Duluth,
22.28. government prloe elevator; No.
northern Manitoba, $2.31, government price
Corn Spot, Weaker, No. 2 yellow, $2.1ltt
and No. 2 mixed, $2,13, c. II f. New York
Oat Spot easy; standard, esttwesc
Rye Barely steady; No. 3 western,
$1.98 Va c. 1. f. New' York.
Barley Easy; feeding. $1.20; malting,
$1.4601.50; California, $1.41; e. 1. f. New
No. 1, $1.2501.39
No. 2. $1.2001. 22; No. 1, $1.100116; ship
Hops Market firm; state medium to
Choice, 1917, 8290c; Pacific coast, 1917
40S43CI 111. 26W27C.
Hides Market firm; Bogota, 43Ho; Cen
tral America, 42 o.
Leather Market firm; hemlock firsts.
67c; seconds, (5c,
Perk Market strong; mess, $48.00048.50
family, $47.00; short clears, $46,00049.00.
Lard Easy; middle west, $25.30035.40.
Tallow Market quiet; city special loose,
Wool Market firm; domestlo fleece XX
Rice Market firm; fancy head, 78e;
blue rose, 8O10o. '
Butter Market weak; receipts, 12,(0
tubs, creamery, higher than extras, 46 O
4Hc; creamery extra (92 score), 45)4 O
45Hc; firsts, 44046c; seconds. 42H43VsO.
Eggs Market weak; receipts. 13,689
eases; fresh gathered extras, 45046c; extra
firsts, 42044c; firsts, 29041c; seconds, 17
Cheese Market steady; . receipt, (.18;
stats fresh specials, 26 c; state average
run, 25 26c.
Poultry Dressed, market firm; price un
changed. Poultry Live, market iteady; chicken,
28c; fowls, J02lc; turkeys, 30c.
Duluth, Minn., Sept 18. Linseed On
track, $3.4401.48: arrive. $1.4461.46: Sep
tember, $3.44 bid; October. $3.44; November,
I $3.44 U bid; December, $3.3 bid.
Sheen Excepting on Saturdays today'
run of sheep and lamb I th smallest that
has been her In some time, and everytnini
old readily. Lambs were higher all around
feeders showing a big $5o gsln. while kill'
era were as much as 2 Go to 40o htaher. Most
of th fat lamb (old around $17.60 to
$17.76, with feeder a high a $18.16. Sheep
were fully steady and several sales looked
higher. Fat ewes brought $11.26, and mor
than that was bid on some that went to
breeders. Th whols market Is back a!
most, to where It was at laat week's closs
practically all of Monday and Tuesday's de
clin having been recovered.
Quotations on sheep and lambs! Lambs,
fair to choice, $17.85017,75; lambs, feed
ers, $17.00018.25; lambs, oulls, $12,000
16.60; yearlings, fair to choice, $12,000
13.16; yearlings, feeders, $13.00013,60;
wethers, fair to choice, $11.00 O11.I0; ewes,
fair to choice, (10.(0Q11.16; ewes, evil and
feeders, $6,00011.26; ewes, breeders, all
No. ' Av.
72 Cull feeder ewe 12
244 Idaho lambs 71
202 Idaho ewe lamb 71
700 Wyoming feeder lamb,.,. It
24 Cull feeder lamb 17
661 Idaho breeding ewes 105
1(0 Idaho ewes ..117
71 Native lambs 17
1,021 Montana feeder lambs.... 61
791 Wyoming feeder lambs .... II
1,(92 Idaho feeder lamb ...... 70
145 Montana ewes 17
HEW YORK v STOCKS
Treasury's Offer Is Engrossing
Topic Among Bankers; Lib
erty Loom Up, Attaining
Highest Figure Yet..
Omaha, September 28, IT 17.
Receipt today totaled 12$ car, tne bulk
ot these being corn and oat, and twenty
eight car being wheat
Cash corn sold off again today, th bulk
of the sales being made at generally a llo
decline, whll the figures on all grades
ranged from He to lo lower than jester
Trade In this cereal shewed muen inv
provement and the demand for all the
better grades wa fairly good. Whll corn
sold off 1010 and th yellow 10 2c,
while a few car of th mixed variety sold
off lHtflo. No. I whit aold at 12.030
3.04 and th No. z yellow at n,noi i,
whll aales of th No. 2 mixed ranged from
11. tJ to 11.14. nractlcally alt th sales
being made at $1.1201.94, Receipt ot
corn were forty ear.
Oat said off fractionally, the spot qno
tatlnn beinx tfo lower, with a moder
ate demand evident at th aomewhat lower
figure. Cholo No. 1 whit oat oia at
u and tha No. 1 at 66 c. whll th
standard grade aold at 61 c. No. I whit
brought 61 0 68 HC the predominating price
for tttla grad being 61He. twenty-sgven
car selling at this price. Arrival ot bat
were fifty cars.
Receipts of rye and barley war one and
eleven cars, respectively, with the demand
for those cereals fairly good. Quotation
on rye were unchanged, the No. 1 aelling
at $1.86 and the o. I at
barley was quoted 10 to lower. No. 1 bar
ley selling at $1.87 and the No. 3 at $1.33
01.14. Sale of No. 4 barley ranged from
$l.iatl.St and on sale of new sampl wa
made at $1.18. . . ,
Clearances were: w heat ano nour equai
to 73.000 bUKhels; corn, 102.000 bushels; oat,
Primary wheat reoelpt wer 1.171.000
bushels and shipments 65l,l0 bushels,
against receipts of 1.614,000 bushels and
shipment ot 1,052.000 bushsls last year.
Primary corn recelpta were 127,00 bush
els and shipments 247,000 bushels, against
receipt of 6(3,000 bushel and shipments of
291,000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts wsr 1,300,000 basn
et and shipments 745,000 bushels, against
receipts of 1,111,000 bushel and shipments
ot 7HS,000"buuhels last year.
Kanaas City '
Winnipeg ,. .-4J
Ths ale wer reported today:
Wheat No, 1 hard winter: 1 rars, $2.1$.
No. I hard Winter; 4 cars, !.Ji. ivo.
hard winter: I care. $2,091 1 oar (smutty),
$3.0. No. $ hard winter: 1 car (smutty),
$2.01. No. 1 northern spring: 1 car,, $2.11;
ear (smutty), 11.13, no. i nonnrra
spring: 1 car (smutty), $1.0l. wo. I norm
srn soring: 1 car, $3.0. . No. 1 rsd spring:
1 r.r ismuttvl. 12.0 MO. I aurum: . car
iniittvi n il. Nn. 1 red durum: I cars.
not! l car (smutty). $1,041 No. 1 red
rf,,im. 1 par limuttvl. 11.01. NO. 1 am
ber durum: S eara, $1.1. no. i earn nam
m-int.r. i ear. 11.11. No. 4 dark hard win
ten 1 car (smutty). 11.10. No. I mixed
hard red winter: 1 car (smutty), $1.00.
nve .No. 2: 1 car. 11.15. NO. i: H
Car, 11.13. uampiei - car try anu
wheat), $1.71. :...- . .
Rariav-.No. 1: 1 car. $1.27. No. I: 1
ear, $1.34: 1 ear, $1.13. No. 4i 1 car, $1.15)
1 ear, $1,10; i car (snipper- weignuj,
t car, $1.11. aarnpie: 1 car (new), i..
Corn No. I white: l-s ear, i-oi i car,
Is.fll. No. 1 whit! I ears. 11.01. No. 1
yellow) 11-1 oar. Sl.SS; 1-1 car, $15; 1
car, $1.11. No, I ysllowi 1 car, $1.8.
No. 1 mixed: I car, $14. No, S mixed:
1-1 ear, $1.14; I l-s can, li.tt; ear,
IlllUt 1H ear. It.!. No. I mixed: 4
car, il.14: 1 car. $1.911 1 ear, $1.11 No
4 mixed: I car. $lll. eampi mixea;
car, $1,12. , .
Oats No. l wnitei i ear, ne. no. i
white: 1 car, llc Standard; 4 ear,
((He, No. ( whit: 27 cars. ($Hei 4
ear, $(c. No. 4 white: 2 car, (8c; l ear,
57 He. Sample whit; 1 ear, 6io; t care,
Omaha Cash Price Corn! No. I whit,
$2.0201.04; No. I white, $2.0202.02; No. 2
vellow. 11.110 1.(1: No. 1 yellow. 11.110
l.tlHl No. 2 mixed, $1.110141 No. 1
mixed, I1.I10M4. Oats: No. I white, 18
4ilo; Standard, 4S8o No. I white,
61068 He: No. 4 whit. 67 HO (to. Barleyi
Malting. $1. 3301 71 No. 1 feed, $1,380
1.17. Rye: No. 2, $1.8401.$6; No. t, $1.12
Chicago) oioslng price, furnished Th Be
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
i'.l South Sixteenth afreet Omshs:
New York, 8ept 18 To what extent tfta
government' proposed unlimited bond bum
acted ss an influence over today' stock
market gave rise to much debate. Th
forthcoming offer of the Treaaury depart
ment was the engrossing tople among bank
ers, while securitle experienced further pro
feaslonal pressure and drastic liquidation.
As an offset the existing Liberty !'
loomed up formidably, attaining to the new
maximum of 100.14 on aale which comprised
the greater part of today's business la
bonds. Rail were the weakest shares, high
grade Issues showing extreme losses of two
to four points. St Paul made another new
minimum at C4. the preferred also falling
to its lowest quotation tn over a score of
years at II. Other rail touched lowest
levels nf recent years, meeting with Indif
ferent Mipport, even at marked concessions. '
Relatively, Industrials lost less ground
than the more seasoned Issues. United
States Steel arled between 108 and
110. Its final prloe of 10 showing A net
loss of 1H points.
Other steels. Including equipments, also
metals, shippings and utilities were 1 to t
points lower, with feeble rallies en the
usual short covering before th close. Sales
amounted to 646,000 share.
Money yielded none of It stringency, call
loans holding at per oent until all de
mands had been met, while nominal amount
of time funds were placed at the same
International a well a domestic borrd
were Irregularly lower, th Liberty Issue.
however, aelling from 100.04 to 100.34. To
tal bond aale par value, aggregated $,
United State bond old Issues wer an
changed on call.
Number ot sale and quotation oa leading
stocks: Bales. High, Low, Clo.
Am. Beet Sugar.,
Am. Car A Fndry-
Am. locomotlve. . .
Am. 8. A Refng.
Am. Sugar Refng..
Am. Tel. A Tel...
Am. Zinc, L, A 8.
A. O. A W. I. S. L.
Baltimore A Ohio. 10.000
Butte A Sup. Cop. 200
44 42 43
71 704 70
2 60H 40 Hi
ll 7 7a
600 111 101 110
1,200 111 11 11
I ; 17
1.100 71H 70 70
1,600 H ( 6
t.100 104 101 102
16 14 141
14 14 14
Cal. Petroleum .... 16
Canadian Pacific. .. 1.300 151 146 141
Central Leather... 2,100 14 . 11 14
Chesspeake A Ohio 1,200 56 66 II
C, M. A St. Paul. 17,100 67 14 lt
Chicago A N. W.. 400 101 10$, 106
C. R. I. A P. Ctf 1.100 It 26 26
Chtno Copper 1,100 11 (0 (0
Colo. Fuel A Iron. 700 4 4J
Corn Prod. Befng. 11,(00 I0H .29 . 19
Crucible Steel 14,000 71 70 70
Cuba Can Rusar.. 1.(00 11 V. II 31
Distillers' Security. 11,10 16 11 16
Erl 1.100 II 11 11
Gt. Northern pfd.
Ot. N. Or ctf..,
Inspiration Copper 13,100- 10
Int. M. M. pfd.... 11,400 18
K. C. Southern...
Louis. A Nash.,
1,100 144 141 141
7,700 100 IS 9
700 104 101 102
2,100 14 11 38'
100 101 H 101 100
Max. Petroleum... 2.600
Miami Copper 300
Missouri Pacific., 1,600
Nevada Copper.... 600
N. Y. Central...... T.600
N. Y., H, A H...,
Norfolk A West...
Pennsylvania ..... 1,100
Ray Coo, Coppw.. 1,400
Rep. Iron A Steel.
Bhat Arls. Copper.
U. 8. Ind. Alcohol.
V. 8. Steel...
U S. Steel pfd
1.100 11 22 tt
1,100 10 21 21
2,100 40 ( 40
400 120 US IIS
i.ioo U2 uo 110;
2,800 101 91 loo.
1,(00 14 1(4 166
(,100 110 127 111
J 000 11944 117 13!
.147,400 110 101 108'
100 1IT 111 lie
t.700 15 2
Art I Open. High. Iow Clow. Tea
Deo. 1 1H 1 1 HI 1 11 110
May 1 11 1 II IK 1 lt 117
Bp. . 69 H (0 (( (0 61
Deo. (( (( (7 67 68
May 11 11 10 $0 11
Sep 41 10
Oct 46 10 46 (0 46 10 4$ (0 41 00
Jan. 47 (0 47 60 44 (6 47 40 47 4(
Sep. 14 77 ., 2 01
Oct 14 10 14 2 24 l( (4 (0 21 02
Jan. 24 06 ' 24 0$ 22 20 22 (7
Sep. 21 7$ 31 (I 21 76 2$ 2$ tt 71
Oct 28 (5 2 65 2 66 21 10 21 10
Jan. 26 20 26 22 24 (6 16. 0T 26 20
Chicago Live Stork Market
Chicago, Sept. 28. Cattle Receipt. $.000
head; market, weak; native beef cattle,
$7.25017.76; western steers. $6.40015.26
stockers and feeders, $1.16011. 25; cows and
heifers, $5.00012.60; calves, $1.76016.76,
Hogs Receipt, 7,000 head; market un
settled; 10O16O above yesterday' average)
bulk of sales, $1.8019.65; light, $18,400
19.56; mixed. $18.26019.10; heavy, $1$.360
19.60; rough, $11 16018.56; pigs, $14,600
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 10,000 head;
market, strong; wethers, $1.10012.6$; ewes,
$1.15011.75; lambs, $11.0001100.
Kansas City Llv Stock Market.
Kansas City, Bept ' 18 Cattle. Receipts.
I, 000 head; market, steady; prim fed steer,
$16.00017.00; dressed beef steer. $11,000
15 60; western steers, $9.00011.60; southern
steers, $7.00011.75; cows, $6.60010 00; heif
er, $7.00 011.00; tockr and feeders. $6.(0
O14.00; bulls, $6.6008.60; calves, $6,600
Hogs Receipts, 1,(00 head; market high
er; bulk of aale, $11.0001 45; heavy, (19 21
19.66; pacl -r and butchers, $lt.0Ol.(0
light $l$.60Olt.t; pigs. $11.6017.00.
Sheep and Lambs Reoelpts, 1,000 head;
market, higher; lamb, $12.00017.7; year
lings, $12.00012.76; wethtrs, $11.0012.60;
CHISAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Talk ot Cera Crop Greatest Xvr Has
Bearish Effect n Market.
Chicago, Sept 21. Official reference to
th 1117 corn crop a th greatest which
ver was brought to harvest had a notlcs
abl bearish effeot today on th corn mar
ket Price closed heavy, !o to !e net
lower at $1.17 to $1.17 tor December and
$1.14 to $1.14 for May. Oat finished
01o oft to lc up. Provisions ahowed a
setback varying from to to 60c
Lowest prices of th day In th corn pit
cam jut beto.j th and of th session and
followed reports that th assistant secre
tary of agriculture declared th United
State thl season ha surpassed all previous
achievements In th amount of corn which
had been raised. Other bearish factors
gave th market a downward alant from th
outset and rendered any Important rally
difficult Disfavor which talk of remov
ing th maximum price limit ha encount
ered did a good deal to handicap th bulls
and o, too, did peace gossip, and th ab
sence of signs that there had been serious
damage from frost Besides, there wer fore
cast ot a prolonged period ot mild tem
perature throught th com belt
Urgent sesboard demand together with
month-end adjustment ot trade put
strength Into th September delivery of oat.
Other option weakened with corn.
Packer selling carried down provisions
and was offset only In put by enlarged
oommlsslen house buying. Th unloading
was ascribed to th weakness ot grain. Con
tinued scarcity of hogs failed to check sell
ers. Chicago Cash Prioes Corn: No. 2 yellow.
$2.0202.01; No. 2 yellow, $2.0302.05; No,
4 yellow, nominal.
oats N. 1 whit, $O60c; atandard,
Rye No. I, !.!.
Barley $1.26 01.43.
Seeds Timothy, $1.0007.75; clover, $17.00
Provisions Pork, $26.60; lard, $24.(7
24.77; ribs, $24.46026.(0.
Butter Market Unchanged.
Egg Lower; receipts, (,((1 esses; firsts,
)70(7e; ordinary first. !l(o; at
mark, case included, 1607C
' Potatoes Market higher; receipts, (0
earsL Wlscohlin, Michigan and Minnesota,
Poultry Alive, Market higher; fowls, 220
26c; springs, 24c. .
St. Loul Llv Stock Market
St Louis, Sept. 18. Cattle Receipts,
2,600 head; market steady; native beef
ateer, $8.00 0 17.(0; yearling steers and
heifers, $7.0001(00; cows. $(.00010.00;
stocker and feeder, (6.(0010.00; Tex
quarantine, $(.7(O10.(0; fair to prime
southern beef steers, $9.00011.76; beef cows
and heifers, (8.00 10.00; prim yearling
steers and heifers, $7.10010.00; native
calves, $(.760 K (0.
Hogs Receipts, 1,100 head; market,
strong; lights, 18.1t19.36; pigs, $16,000
11.16; mixed and butchers, U. 8601. 60;
good heavy, $19.40019.66; bulk, $11,160
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 100 head;
market, steady; lambs, $11.00017.00;. aw,
$10.50011-00; wethers, $10.60012.60; can
nera and chopper, $5.0008.60.
St Loul Grain Market
St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 28. Corn No. 1,
$2.02; No. 2 white, $2.03; September, $1.67;
December, $1.11 H.
OaU No. 2, 68 06 e; No. 1 wblt.
Minneapolis Grain Market
Minneapolis, Sept II. Flour Market un
changed. Rye $l.0O ltL
Wabash pfd "B'
Western Vnlon. ......... .i-
Wutinrh Klaetrlo $00 41 4
Total aale for tn aay, i,vvv
, Nw lork Moy Markrt.
New York. Sept I. Prim MorcantHs
Paper (( per cent i .-,..,
SUrllng ExchangeSlxty-iay bills, tt.TIJ
commercial alxty-day bills on bank. $4.71$
commercial .Ixty-day bill. $4.71; dsmand,
$4.76; cable, $4.71 7-1.
Francs Demand. $6,1S cables, "!
Guilders Demand, 41e; eables, 41Hq,
Lire Demand, $7.76; cables, $7 T4 .
Ruble Demand, 150 cabl.
Silver Bar, 7e.
Mexican Dollars 7(0.
Bonds Government sUadr; rallroaaj. ss
"Tim' Loan Firm: lxty days and nlneW
day. ( per cent; sis month. ( p
CCall Money Firm 1 Alghest per ent
lowest. 4 per esnt; ruling rat. pr oontf
closing bid, 4 pr ont; offend at 4 pf
cent; last loan. 4 p.r cent .
U. S. 2. reg... 7 Int, M. M. Is... Hfc
do ooupon.... ;iC C. S. ref. s 10
U S. Is. reg.. L, A N. unl, 4s. 17
do coupon.. . 101 M. K A T 1st 4s '
U. S. 4s. reg,..10(Mo. Pao. gen 4s.
do coupon.... (4 Mont. Power t.. II
Am. For. See. (s 15 N. T. C. drt. (. 17
A. T. A T. clt. 6 17 N. Paclflo 4s.... If
Anglo-French ( (2. do 2. ........ SI
Armour A Co 4s 10 0. 8. L. ref. 4s. 17
Atchison gen. 4. 34'Pao. T. A
Bait A Ohio 4. 22 Pnn. eon. 4.10O
Cent Leather ( do gen. 4.. 2j
Cent Paclflo 1st l Reading ten. 4a. SS
Che. A O. or. ( 11 S. L. A S. F. a U $4
C B A Q. J. 4a II S. Paclflo ev. (.
C M A 8. P g. 4 17 S. Paclflo rf. 4s. 14,
C, R. L A P. r r 4 (7S. Railway Is... J
Colo. A S. f. 4 77 Tex. A Pac 1st ,
D. A R. G. r. $ Union Paclflo 4. tO
D. of C. (s, 1931 ( do ev, 4..... 21
Erl gen. 4s (4 V, S. Rubber (. 824f
Oen. Electrlo 6s. 101 U. S. Bteel $s..00,
Ot N. 1st 4. SO Wabash lit..... f
III. Cent ref. 4.7(-($W. Union 4.. 1
Bid. Aked. ' j
flBADSTREET'S BJKVIEW OF TBAD15, I
Potential Demand for Everything Sat L
u ties i Bertou Shortage ot Labor.
New York, Sept 21. Brdtrt's tontorA
row will ay; '
Price adjustments temporarily restrict
fresh development In som ot th larger
line without, however, reducing th rapid
pace of Industrial operation or of trad tBj
essential commodate and tn a broad sen
th swing I still upward, governmental buy
tng plus ordinary domestlo requirements cr4
atlng an enormous volum of business, Whll
fresh buying of Iron and steel -marks
time pending clearer view of th effect of
th lower prloe announced Monday and ol
those yet to - follow, It I recognised that
new business 1 only held tn abeyance and
In view of th war want of th ' allied
nation It may turn out that ordinary con
sumer of ' steel will have to go short ol
supplies. Th main point I that ther
seem to be a potential demand for every
thing that can be produced, save luxuries, of
course, with producer still complaining ol
paucity ot raw material and a growing
serious shortage of labor. - Weekly bank
Hlouz City Llv Stock Market
Sioux City, la., Sept. 21. Cattle Re
ceipt, 1,200 head; market steady; beet
steers, $7.6017.0O; fat cows and heifer,
$6.6009.00; canner. $$.25(.26; stockers
and feeder, $7.0011.60: calves, $8.00
12.00: bulls, stags, etc., $6.00I.Qt; feed
ing cows and heifers, $f.00f$.25.
Hog Receipt. 2.600 head; market 10
to 20c higher; light $18.019.40; mixed.
$18.90019.10: heavy. $18.861.104 pigs.
$1.6017.60; bulk, $18. 90O19.20.
Sheep Receipts, (00 head; market Strong.
St. Joseph Llv Stock Market. '
St. Joseph, Mo., Sept. 28. Cattle Re
ceipts, 700 head; market ateady; steers, $8.00
O16 60; cows and heifers, $6.50014.60;
calves, $(.0012.60. .
Hogs Receipts, 2,000 hesd; market high
or; top, $19.56; bulk. $l.oolt.50: heavy
packers. $1$.6019.75; mixed packers, $11.04)
018.60. : . . ,
Sheep Receipts, 100 head; market strong!
lambs, $11.00017.60; ewes, (.00011.00.
Omuua Hay Market.
Receipt fair. Demand good on both prai
rie hay and alfalfa. Market firm and
higher on all grade of prairie hay.
Prairie Hay Choice upland, 113.00
lt.00; No. 1, $16.00017.00; No. I, 111.50
'40; No. 2. $7.60010.50. Midland No. L;
$16.60017.00; No. 2, $11.50014.60. Lowland
rI!i!-.l'J-'v,0u 'S4i No- 7.0$.60; No.
S. 15.00 1.(0.
Alfalfa Choice. (24.00O3I.00; No. L
$22.00022.00. Standard, $20.00031.00; No
2, 817.00Oll.00-, No. 2, $12.00014.00. '
Straw Oat. $5.(07.50; wheat, tltgfjl
7.00. , f ,
., - ' ' " --:'v' -'.
Kansas City Produce Market.
Kansas City, Bept 2$. Butter Creamer
41o; first. c; second, lio; ackln
Ecff-PirtU. Ic; Meonda. too, "
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