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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1917.
MODERN furnished rwmi at th Sun
shin apartment, equipped for light
housekeeping; hot and cold water. For
men only. Low rates.
Office lO", N. 17th St.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
LARGE front room, comfortable for Ak-Sar-Ben
visitor, reasonable; private
home; all modern; one block from car
line; excellent location. 2514 Emmet St.
Phone Webster 4511.
NICELY furnished pleasant room, modern,
walking distance or convenient to Far
nam car. Reasonable. Harney 4951. Ill
i ROOM, accommodation for couple, In West
Farnana district. References required.
Tel. Harney 1748. -
FRONT room,, suitable for I or I gents, in
private family, close to Crelghton colics-,
alo car line, breakfast. Tel. Pour T03S.
FOR RENT Large attractive room. In
thoroughly modern home for . L or 3 gen
tlemen. private family. Call Harney 6836.
EXCELLENT newly decorated modern
rooms, fine location, on car Una; alsc
walking dlst. lis N 15th St. Tyler 1131.
FOR RENT A large front room in new,
modern, strictly private boms, to a lady;
board if desired.; ref, exch. H. 22S6.
NICELY furnished modern 4-r. front apart
ment; walking distance; for husband and
wife or 3 girls. Tyler 3318.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished rooms in private
home. All convenience. Heat, hot snd
oold water. 1461 St. Mary Ave. Red 1344.
A FRONT room, suitable for 1 or 1 people. 3
large closets: near 3 car lines; nice home
like place; meals if desired. H. 6918.
NICELY turn, sleeping rooms; also 4 newly
deoorsted unfurnished rooms;- light and
heat turn. 130. 810 N. 13d fit. t. 1440.
THE STANDARD. 616 8. . 22d St.. .modern,
well furnished housekeeping and sleeping
rooms, reasonable. Douglas 9302.
NEATLY furnished south front room. 63 pel
week. Also east room. 12.60 per week.
Modern home. 1812 Jackson. H. 3951.
BRIGHT sunny rooms; bath; breakfast and
evening dinner if desired; to employed
only. Webster 4066. . -
HAN8COM PARK, pleasant room in private
home, on two car lines. Strictly modern.
Kitchen privilege. Harney 1161.
LAROE pleasant room, walking distance,
close to Crelghton college. Only 12.16.
ROOMS nicely furnished, with breakfast;
new modern home. Webster 6274.
FOUR large, attractive, modern rooms,
k reasonable; nr. car; Hanscom dls. H. 4361.
LAROE, atractiv steam-heated room, pri
vate, on car line. Web. 6261.
NICE furnished rooms for Ak-Sar-Ben visl
tors; close-in. Harney 6802.
THREE furnished rooms to rent at 3024 No.
23d. Phone Web. 7940.
TWO beautifully furnished rooms, walking
distance; reference required. P. 6193.
1611 HOWARD. St jam heated turn, rooms.
FOR RENT Two housekeeping rooms,
nicely furlnshed or unfurnished, modern.
2101 Mlmla St Webster 4506.
2501 ST. MARY'S AVE. 2 front rooms, all
nicely furnished, on second floor. Laundry
privileges. Reasonable. D. 6942.
NICE furnished or unfurnished rooms for
light housekeeping. H. 6269. 2640 Chi
cago. HOWARD ST., 2215 Large, clean house
keeplng rooms, close In, block of car;
2673 ST. MARY'S AVE. South housekeeo-
lng suite; ho't and cold water in rooms;
good furnishings and cleant good heat.
LARGE, beautiful furnished 3 -room suites
with sleeping porch; reference. 3026 Dav.
Front light housekeeping rooms, reasonable,
close In. Dg. 8851. 2220 Leavenworth.
?1S N.. 17TH ST. Nicely furnished rooms
for lignt housekeeping. Red 4324.
Board and Room.
COZILY furnished rooms in modern private
home; good board; gentlemen or young
couple preferred. Web. 2234. 2811 Bristol.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished modern room,
. suitable for a or , hot water heat; pri
"vate home; excellent board. Harney 4ti04.
2617 GRANT ST. Room and excellent
.board for two gentlemen In private col
ored family. Phone Webster 6344.
CAPITOL AVE., 2643 Excellent location;
walking distance 16 per week and up;
nice- home Patting, uougias rui.
2217-19 HOWARD ST.
2 rooms and bath, furnished or un
furnished, (35 and 640 winter rates.
Tyler 1616. J33 Securities Bldg.
24th and srne. 1 and 4-room apart-
ments. Call Harney 147.
CLOSE in rooms, suitable tor studio, office,
dentist, dressmaker, etc.. with living rms.
adjoining. T F Hall. 434 Rsmge. D 7406
APARTMENTS, all sizes and prices, splen
did location. 14th and Farnam D 1471
BEAUTIFUL 4-room apartment, walking
dlatanc. janitor, heat etc; 140 summer.
148.60 winter. Douglas 1393
PBTEKS TRUST COMPANY.
Specialists in- Apartment Management
FOR RENT -Business Prop'ty
WORLD- REALTY COMPANY (Realtors)
Theater ' Entrance.-
Douglas 6342.- Sun Theater Bldg.
4718 S. 24TH ST. So. Side, near P. O. E.
. H. Benner Co.. D. 8406. . '
Office and Desk Room.
LOW-PRICED mod offices. Farnam Bldg..
II Farnam. (Old 1st Nat Bank Bldg.
FIRST JRTJST CO.. (Realtors.) Tyler 600,
MOVING AND STORAGE
; GORDON VAN CO.
.-. : .FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE.
- Packing, storage and . moving
lit N. lltb St Phone Doug
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Expert services; prompt-attention. lout
moving, your packing, your storage.
' Main Office. Central Furniture Store,
17th and Howard Tel. Doug 7786.
Separate locked room for household
good and pianos; moving, packing and
shipping. - .
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
802 S. I6th- .'. Douglas 4168.
Phon Douglas 288 fof complete
list of vacsnt houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
16th and Jackson St.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving; packing And
storing.' call Tyrer 239 or Douglas 4316
JP Rl?l7,TY ' Express Co.. Moving
. Kj. KEjEjL Packing snd Storage
HOT Farnam St Web. 1748 Doug. 6146.
OUR BUSINESS IS MOVINO.
Large van, two men, 11.60 per hour,
MAGQARD'S STORAGE CO.. Doug. 1416
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
West Farnam District
Residence, seven rooms, three on first
floor oak, four on second white enamel,
hot water heat, tiled vestlbul and bath
Reasonable terms If desired.
SOI Farnam Bldg.
CLOSE-IN BUNGALOW. ,
3821 DAVENPORT ST,
Living, room, dining room,, den and
kitchen first floor, 3 large sleeping rooms
and bath second floor; strictly modern;
furnace heat, full basement, garage, Price
$4,100; reasonable terms.
245-7-1 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 60.
4 ROOMS, city water, electric lights. 1
large corner lota, southwest of Hanscom
Park; $100 cash; balance monthly. Wal
ATTRACTIVE modern room for two, walk
Ing distance, good board, reasonable. 1561
Dodge St. Harney 6143.
TWO gentlemen to share a, large room, two
meals. Harney 6164. ' '.
TABLE board, good home cooking. H, 830
FOR RENT FURNISHED
THE HY.LAND, 18TH AND NICHOLAS.
Steam heat and electric lights, newly
furnished apartments, 13.50 to 17 per
week, Including light, heat, water. Janitor
and maid service. Webster 4067.
Houses. ' .
NINE-ROOM all modern house in West Far
nam district. Call Harney 3800.
7 RMS., mod., part, furn; walking distance;
good proposition to grown people: Dg. 171.
l3IX-room house, modern but heat. Ill 8,
21st; $20. Harney 2705.
FOR RENT HOUSES
206 S. 10TH ST. Practically new, easily
heated, six-room, ,brlck. Telephone Har.
3836. Owner 205 Turner Blvd.
11-ROOM modern brick house, 2631 Harney
8t Call Harney 3352.
9 -ROOM house, all modern, has oak floors
throughout, two fireplaces, south front.
140; 145 with garage.
819 First National Bk. Bldg. Doug. 6886
$26 7-ROOM modern east side,
house. Bemls Park. Walnut 2342.
7-ROOM house; strictly modern; 2762 Merl
dlth Ave. Call Florence 418.
d-ROOM home, modern but heat, $15.
ioward. D. 2802.
kOOD modern 6-room cottage. 2511 Chi
cago. $21 per month. Harney 1669. :
FOR RENT 3114 S. 11th St.. 6 room and
sleeping po-ch; a variety of fruit trees,
$17. Phon Harney 4485. ,
6-ROOM modern cottage except heat. ,on
Van Camp Ave. Phone Web, 1497.
FOR RENT 4-room, partly modern house,
$10. Call D. 7581 or H. 1265.
HOUSES AND COTTAGES.
7-R.. 1503 Pierce St ' $26.00
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
6-R., (30 S. 24th Ave.... : .$16.00
6- R.. 8876 Saratoga St ;. 150.00
7- R.. 190 California St .$30,00
-R, 222 Park Ave. ..V.Y.. ....... .$30.00
6- R.. 922 8. Slst Ave...'. ......... .J126.C0
7- R . 917 8. 26th Bt. ......$i5.0
6-R., 101$ Dewey Ave 137.60
6-R., 1031 8. 10th Ave, ........... .. $16.00
1919 Chicago St $36.00
, 1111 Dodge St.. $40.00
4219 N. 24th St.... $30.00
PARTLY MODERN. i
311S N. 14th St.- $13 50
10-R., 706 8. 13th St $45.00
PORTER A 8HOTWELL,"
202 9. 17th St " i Douir. 01$.
Office- with HOME BUILDERS.?
lioni MASON ST. f.,room, strictly modern,
very comfortable house and easy to heat.
666 8. 38th St., 10 rooms, strictly mod
ern: arranged for light housekeeping
rooms, Rent $30. -.. :
1104 N. 61st St., 6-room cottage. Rent
t 3304 N. 14th St., C-room cottage.
3580 Spaulding St., 9 rooms. Rent $20.
GILBERT C. LOOM 18,
105 McCague Bldg. -- - ' Doug.. 170.
WHAT HAVE YOU FOR RENT
In the way of tour, five or six-room mod
ern, up-to-date apartments? Preference
will be given to those In better district of
the city, want to deal direct with own
era. No agents.
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 1016. .
114 N. 24TH ST., 10 rms., all modern, $45.
511 8. 20th St, i rmi., strictly mod., $17.60,
643 S. 14th Ave., 6 rail., mod. ex. ht., $20.
546 8. 24th Ave., 6 rms.. 'all modern, ISO,
F. D. WEAD, 110 8. lath St D. 171.
i-R. flat 616 S. 17th,-$26.
-r. mod. buralnw. 1132 N. 47th Ave.. 135
C. O. CARLBER, 312 BRAN. TH. BLD.
house in ail part of the elty.
C- OH. SONS CO.. 601 Be Bldg
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
25TH AVE. AND DOUGLAS
S or 4-room apartment fireproof and
soundproof. Two disappearing Murphy
beds, automstlo elevator Roof garden
Strictly modern. Harney 2074
Located high and sightly, 25d. near De
catur street We sold seven in this loca
tion last season. Ha five rooms, closets
and bath, full basement, large, roomy
porch. All decorated with high-grade pa
per, tils in kitchen and bath. Shades
and electric fixture. Oak finish In living
and dining rooms, pedestal opening with
bookcases. Price $2,926. Substantial first
payment, balance monthly like rent. This
Is $1,160 value. Call for appointment
Phone D. 6886 819 First Nat. Bank.
Will sell below cost 5-room all-modern
except heat cottage, almost new: south
front; has some fruit; chicken yard In
rear. This is located at 1110 Burdette.
close to car. Price $1,100. Can give
119 First Nat Bank.
6 rooms, all on one floor, stairway to
floored attic, oak finish in living room,
nicely decorated, furnace, all modern, full
cement basement, east front lot, located
high and sightly, Just one block west of
Fontenelle Park Blvd., on 47th Ave., Just
south, of Bedfo-' Ave. Price $3,800; $100
down, balance like rent.
C. G. CARLBERG,
110-311 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
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 6886.
Traver Bros., 819 First National Bank.
Just ltited si'brand new, 6-room, strictly
modern bungalow, all on one floor; oak
floors throughout; oak- finish in three
room. Built In bookcases, buffet and
. kitchen features. Two large bedrooms and
-sunroom. Largo let, paved street. Priced
at a bargain for oash. -
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
. .Realtors. . .
741 Omaha Nafl Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
; 6-R, BUNG LOW-1 FLOOR.
Brand new, quartered oak and fir fin
ish; oak floors; beautiful docoratlons and
fixtures; front porch screened. Will take
In lot or auto, or give terms to responsi
ble "party. Owner, Col. 4193.
.NEW 5-r...aJl mod. oak finish bungalow on
fine lot near car and school on No. Side.
Price $2,950; $250 cash, balance monthly.
110 Keellne BMjr.i-Tyror -721.
TO BE MOVED
One 5-room cottnge In good shape, 723
8. 18th St. Apply W. N. Chambers. D. 96
or Tyler 1414.
ONE 6-room and one 4-room cottage, both
on one lot; fine condition; live In one and
. rent the ether. Price for both. $2,750
'Vory easy, terms. No. '2433 8 201b St
NORRIS A NOBRIS.
400. Bee Btdov Phone Douglas 4270.
REAL ESTATE Investment
to close an estate
Price $3,000, rental $56 per month, a
stx-apartm ' building with corner lot
63x120; a dandy Income producer a an
investment or a nap for some trader;
must be sold at once at this low figure.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
919-20 City National.
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKEY SON,
620 First Nafl Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
FOR SALE Lota-IS, 19 and 10, Block 11,
Walnut Hill Addition. W, H. Waller (own
er). 30-81 Wamm Bldg., Vtlca. N. Y.
AFTER looking at MI.NN'R LUSA 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was t!i bet
proposition on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lots.
IF YOU will come out today you will
understand why the others ars buying.
CHARLES' W. MARTIN & CO.,
74 2 Omaha Nafl Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
In Order to close sn estate I offer at a
very low price 44 or 23 feet near 29th
St. You cannot lose on this proposition.
See me for price and terms.'
C. A. 0RIM.1EL (Realtt
Phone Doug. 1615. 849 6 m; Nat. Bk. Bldg.
BEAUTIFUL 60-foot lot. Price 1320. only
12 cash and 60 cents per week. Doug. 3311
REAL ESTATE--B'nen PrW
H. A. WoLF.-RMltor, Wr Blk. Sptciallt
in downtown html tironertT
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
FOR SALE OR TRADE,
FINE BUSINESS CORNER
Well track for good farm land.
Write J. R. Conklin. 2840.S St., Lin
coln, Neb. , '
WILL take as part payment a clear house
or good lot on a dandy 9-roorn house that
is nearly completed; with finished ttlo;
lot 110x100 ft, in Lockwood sddttlon.
Price $14.00?. Phone Harney 927.
SHERIDAN, Dawes, Rock and Dundy Co.
improved ranches, clear, tor sal or x-
S. 8 A R. E. MONTGOMERY,
Douglas 4810 627 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
640 ACRES fine grass land In Blaine Co.,
nicely Improved. $10 per acre, for home
In Omaha. 803 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
INVESTIGATE my system; Omaha Realty
Trading Co 18 Patterson Blk Tyler 166
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
BUY from owner, 6 rooms, 250 ft lot, fruit,
cement basement and furnace. Ben
NEW DUNDEE HOUSE
$50 A MONTH
For a 7-ronm, all modern house; oak
finish first floor; enamel finish second
floor; oak floors; furnace heat. Price
Phone Douglas 756.
CONVENIENT Dundee home for small
family, with sleeping porch, fire place,
breakfast room. Reasonable terms. Phono
owner. Walnut 1621. See It today.
HOMES and home sites In Dundee.
SHULKR A CARY. 104 Keelln. D. ("74
10 MINUTES' CAR RIDE
FROM THIS ACRE
TO YOUR WORK
One corner acre, two block to car line
(South Side). Will divide Into 6 lot oa
grade. Fine ground. Price $760; $10 cash,
$10 a month,
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, Realtors,
1614 Harney St. Tyler 60.
ACREAGE FOR SALE.
By nonresident who I In town and
wishes to dispose of same while here. Good
tract, fair Improvements. If Interested
rail In person for Miner at Her Grand
FIVE acres west of Elm wood park: Ideal
suburban hemeslte; could be subdivided.
There is a real future to this. Let m
show you. Telephone (Walnut 3466.
Real Estate. Loans and Mortgages.
FARM and city loans, running from five
to twenty years. Interest, 6 per cent. 6
per cent and 6 per cent. PETERS TRUST
CO.. is 21 i-arnam Ht.. umapi. neo.
CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rati
6. ttt and 6 per cent Reasonably com
mission. UNITED STATES TRUST CO..
212 South 17th. Omaha, Neb.
H. W BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loans
City National Bank Bldg.
WANT to borrow $500 to $(',00 for 2 years,
at 8 per cent Interest. Will give good se
curlty. Vox 7703, Omaha Bee. ,
6 PER CENT Mortgages secured by Omaha
residence property, for sale by E. II.
Lougee. Inc., "61.'. Keellne Bldg
, . CLASSY iJUNCSALOW.
Five-room bungalow., classy outside and
Inside. Price- $3.50;- reasonable terms.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL
642 Psxton Blk. Dnnglns 1722.
R. S. TRUMBULL.
1306 1st Nat Bk Bldg
W FARNAM SMITH A CO..
Real Estate and Insurance,
1380 Farnam St Doug. 1064.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE havs seversl good reliable buyers for
6 and (-room houses and bungalows wlib
$200 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co.. Tyler 416 701 Omaha Nat Rank
SHOPEN A CO.. PRIVATE MONEY.
lt T' , , , .
$1,500 M'TGE. bearing 6 pet. semi-annually;
secured by property valued at $4,800. Tal-nwn-Loomla
Jpv. -Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
51 Farm Loans, best terms, prompt ser
O vice. Psul Psteraon, 364 Brandeis
Theater Bldg., Omaha, or Blair. Neb.
FARM and city loans, 5, 5 H, and 6 per cent
W. H. Thomas. Kellln Pldg. Doug. 1648.
$100 to 110.600-SXDE promptly. F. D
Wead, Wead Bldg.. Istn ann umirasii
MUNKY to loan on mproved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co., Om&ha
OMAHA HOMES. ' EAST NEB. FARMS
O'KKEFE R. K. CO, 1016 Omaha Nat'l.
NO DELAY IN CLOSING. LOANS
W. T. GRAHAM, 604 Bee BlOg.
XV MONEY HAKtUiJUN & MUBlun,
J .0 91 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
5C? CITY GARVIN BROS,
T.OAN9 " ) Om, Nat. Bk. Bldg.
LOW RATES C. O CARLBERG. $12 Bran
del Theater Bldg. D.. 686.
Stocks and Bonds.
A. L. WRIGHT.
Flatlron Hotel Doug 1717
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
LIVE STOCK MARKET GRAIN AND PRODUCE NEW YORK STOCKS
LANDS AT fair value assured by Chamber i
of Commerce. New plans to settle and I
develon the most ferttu .f Smith
Texas immediately adjacent fine market
Farming and dairying demonstration un
der our direction. Only approved lands
offered for sale. If you want to own a
farm write for booklet J. Agricultural
Dept . Chamber of Commerce. Houston.
GOOD corn land, east Texas. $2 sn acre.
Get my tree book.
W S FRANK. 101 Neville Bloek. Omaha
RELINQUISHMENT of 640 acres valley
land creek branch, drilled well and new
frame house. Five miles from new oil
field, near Douglas, Wyo. Box Y 117,
FARM LAND WANTED
WE can sell your farm If you will list it
with us at a bargain tor the man who
buys. E. P. 8nowden A Son. 411 S. 15th.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles.
BEAUTIFUL" fancy saddle horse, will sell
or trade for used car. Phon Colfax 1964,
BEAUTIFUL fancy saddle horse, will sell or
iraa ror uita car. (Jo ITS x 1964, evenings.
STYLISH saddle horse for lady or gsntlo
man. $116. 1101 8. 10th Ave.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
PIGEONS! PIGEONS! PIGEONS!
Thirty-six homer mated and working
Must sell at once. Addrasa Bx 741, Central
City, Neb. .-. '
FOR SALE 1 Alrdale ' terrier. 100 mark,
pure, female. Call Douglas 4334 and ask
for Mr. King.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by the Business Men of Omslia
FURNITURE, piano and hates ss security
$40. t mo.. H, goods, total Cost $1.60.
$40. 6 mo. ndorsed notes. (Ota, cost. 12.60
Smaller.- large- sm'ts proportionate rate
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY
433 Rose Bldg., 16th and Farnam. Ty. 666
LEGAL ItATEy LOANS
$14.00 $240.00 ' or more
Easy payments. - Utmost privacy
$40 Paxton Bldg. Tel. Doug. 1291
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY.
DIAMONDS and jewelry loans St IV, snd
1H per cent; private boot ha W. C. Flatau.
601 Securities (Rose) Bldg Tyler 9J0.
DIAMOND AN1 JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rates.. Private loan booths. Harry
Malashock. 1614 Dodge. D. 6619,. Est. 1S94.
Cattle Show Improvement All
Around at Fifteen Cents Up;
Hog emand God Dat Fif
teen Cents Higher.
October 1, 1917.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Estimate Monday ...16.600
Sam days last week. 26, 029
Same days 1 wks. ago. 17,178
Same days 1 wks. sgo. 7.443
Samo days 4 wks. ago. 10. 761
Sam day last year.. 13,787
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock yards, Omsha, Neb., for
twenty-four hours ending at 1 o'clock p. m.
Cattle Hots Sheep Horse
C. M. St. P.... 1
Missouri Paclflo .. 1
Union Pacific ...117
C. N. W., east,. 6
C. N. V.. west.. 61
C, St. P.. M. O. 1
C, B. A Q,, east. . . .
C, B. Q. west.. 170
C, R. I. A P., east. 7
C, R. I. A P., west 9
Chicago Gt. West. 1
Illinois .Central ... 10
Heavy Receipts Over Sunday;
Cash Corn is Weaker and
Oats, Too, Show Fall
Total rscelpts. . .607 26 137
Cattle. Host. Sheep.
: LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
Notice Is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
St. Joseph A Grand Island Railway Com
pany, for the purpose of electing directors
for the ensuing year and for the transac
tion of such other business as may prop
erly come before said meeting, will b held
at the principal office of the company In
the town of Elwood, In the state of Kan
sas, at nine (9) o'clock a. m. on Tuesday,
the Sixteenth (16) day of October. 1917.
R. E. CALVIN, President.
THOMAS PRICE. Secretary.
Frederick P. Hamilton and' wife to
Mary R. Kimball, St. Mary's ave
nue, 166 feet west of Twenty-second
street, north side, Irregular, ap
proximately 59x242 $5,000
Richard W. Allen and wife to Horace
M. Hlgglns, Farnam street, 296 feet
east of Forty-fourth street, south
side, 60x128.5 1,600
Albert O. Roos and wife to the Roger
Real Estate company, Brown street,
265.5 feet east of Thirtieth street,
south side. 90x136 1,550
Edith Smith and husband to the Rog
ers Real Estate company. Brown
street, 161.6 feet east f Thirtieth
treot, south side, 3x116
Lewis Balcomb Reed to Edward L.
Baugh, northwest corner Forty-sixth
and Mania streets. 45x126 , .
May Stoft to Charles M. Dobson. Twenty-seventh
street, 261 feet north cf
Fort street, east side, 49x124 1
Pearl E. Titus and husband to Orpha
M. McKltrlck, Brown street, 100
feet west 6f Twenty-Sixth street,
south side. '0x122.6 1.175
Forrest V. Painter and wife to Nich
olas Miller, Nineteenth street, $0
feet .north of Manderson, west side.
Lee Ypung .and wife to Thomas P.,
and Charles streets. 65x100 1,400
Rudolph Demi to Michael Barry and
wife, Twenty-second street, 60 feet
north of q street, west side, 60x130.
Michael Barry and wife to Rudolph
Demi. Z street, 160 feet, east of
' Twenty-sixth street north side, 60x
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
NebraY . Lands.
la QUARTER BKCTIVNS unimproved,
wheat, corn and alfalfa land near rail
road. Perkins county. Nebraska. Will sell
responsible parties, ,160 acres, lno down,
balance five and ten years. (No annual
payments.) Miner & Bradley, Box 635,
Grand Island. Neb. -'
SHALL Nebraska trm C n-asy Siaynients
i 6 seres up. We farm the farm we sell
you. ThS Htingrford; Potsto Growers'
association. U.tb and Howard Sta.. Omsha.
A FIRST-CLASS 320-acre , farm 4H miles
from Hartlngton, Neb Well Improved
and all good land: will sell or exchange.
See O A Koll, Oaklnnd. Nelv
FOR BALI--Cheau. my Improved 166-acre
farm near Ponca. Neb.: easy terms. If
desired. Address Dr. C. W. Oillln, $11
V I, & T B!dg . Sioux City, la
FOR RALE Best lsrge body high grsde,
medium priced land nn NeBraska very
little money required. C Bradley, Wol-
I HAVE several buyers for good northeast
Nebraska farms. A. A. falzman, svi &ar
bach block. .
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments: hsve parties waiting Western
Real Estate. 413 Karbacn Blk. D 8607
IF you want quick actios oo your prop
erty, list It with me.
LUND. 420 ROSE BLDG., TYLER 161
LIST your lands for quick results with C.
J. Cnnan. 310 McCague Bldg.. Omahs
Heart of the Range."
Jordan valley project, Oregon. 44,000
acres irrigated land. Free map. Next ex
cursion October 2.
HARLKT J. HOOKER.
140 First Nat. Bank llldg.. Omaha, Neb.
' New York Monet Market,
New York, Oct. 1. Mercsntlle Paper 614
6H per cent.
Sterling Exchange 60-day bills, $4.7H4;
commercial 60-day bills on banks, $4.71;
commercial 60-day bills, $4,70; demand,
$4.76i; cables, $4.7$ 7-16.
Stiver Bar, 95Hc; Mexican dollars. 73a.
-Bonds Government steady) railroad irregular.
Tim Loans Firm: sixty days and ninety
days, i 6 per cent; six months, 1 per
Call' Money Easier; high, per cent;
low. 3 ner cent: ruling rate, 6 per cent;
closing bid, 1 per cent; offered at IVt per
cent; last loan, 5V4 per cent.
U. S. 2s, reg.. 97 Int. M. M. s.,.. 91
U. 8. 2s, coupon i K. C. 8. ref. 6s 80
U. S. 3s, reg.. 96UL- A N. un. 4s.. 88
IT. 8. 3c, coupon 914 "M K A T 1st 4s 8tt
U. S. 4s, reg. . 106ft f. Pac. gen. 4s 66
IT. 8. 4s, coupon 106V 'Mont. Power 6s 92
Pan. Is coupon 14 N. Y. C. deb. 6s 98
Am. For. Sec. 6s 96 N. Paoiflc 4s.... 86
Am. T. A T. c. 5S17V.N. Paclflo Is,... 60V4
Anglo-French 6s 82V40. S. L. ref. 4s 86ft
Arm. & Co 4V&S 89 P. T. A T. 6s.. 98
Atchlnson g. 4s 86 Penn. con. 4V4 100
Bait A O ... 4s 83 Penn. gen. 4 Vis 93Vs
Cen. Leather 6s 12 Vt Reading gen. 4s 89
Cen. Pacific 1st 81 S L A SFa6sl'A
C. A O.. cv. 6s.. 828. Pao. cv. 5s.... 96
C. B. A Q. 1 4s 86VS. Pac. ref. 4a.. 84
C M A S P g4Vljs86Va S. Railway 6s..94Vi
C R I A P r 4s 67 Tex. A Pac. 1st 91
C.'A 8. ref. 4Vis 78 Union Pacific 4s 90
D. A R. O. ref 6s 62 union Jr'ac, cv. 4s 87
D of C 6 131) 6lf. 8. Rub. 6s., 82
Erie gen. '4...t 63tl. 8. Steel 6s. .101
Gen. Electric 6s 101 Wabash 1st 99
Gr." "r4V -1st " 4Vi JO- j't. Vnlon 4c,. 91
111. -Cen, ret. 4 73 - - - . , .,
rBldOffered. . -
;" Jfew York Sugar Market.
New York, Oct. l.r-fiiigar Raw, tesdy;
contrifugal, 6.30c; molasses. 6.20c; refined,
steady; unchanged to 6 point higher; cut
loaf, 9.86c crushed. 9,c; mould "A",
8.86c; cubes, 9.109.25c: XXXX powdered.
8.668.70o; powdered, l.608.66c; fin
granulated. 8.3108.60c; diamond A, 8.35c;
confectioners A, $.26.40c; Ho. 1, 8.20
Morris A Co
Swift A Company
Cudahy Packing Co..,.
Armour A Co
Sehwarts A Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Parking Oo
South Omaha 1'ks". Co.
W. B. Vsnssnt Co
Hill A Son
F. B. Lewis
Huston A Co
J. R. Root A Co
3. 11. Bulla ;..
L. F. lluss
F. G. Kellogg.....,,,.
Werthelmer A Degen,.
H. F. Hamilton
Rothschild A Krehs....
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co....
Baker, .Jones A Smith. .
Banner - Bros , ,
John Harvey ..........
Pennl m Francis
Jensen' A Lungron., .', .
Omaha. October 1, 1917.
Receipts over the holiday were quite
heavy, about 166 cars arriving in the mar
ket. The run of wheat was quite liberal,
forty-four cars of this cereal being reported
In, the greater part of these being of the
Nos. I snd 1 grades, for which the mills
put In a good Inquiry.
Cash corn wss a little weaker, quota
tions on this cereal ranging from un
changed to 4o lower than Saturday's prices,
the No. 1 white selling at the unchanged
price, 1" 01, while the mixed variety suf
fered the 4c decline. Trade was somewhat
slow, however, although there was a good
demand for all the better grades, this be
ing especially true of the Nn. 1 white and
yellow, for which some of the commission
men showed much eagerness to get hold
of for Industrial purposes. The No 1 yellow
sold at 11.90 and the No. 1 mixed at 11.11
and 11.89, while th No. I brought prac
tically the same prices. Receipts of corn to
taled sixty-two cards.
On Is sold off fractionally, the general run
of this cereal declining Vtc to c. and with
a good demand, mad up quit an active
market. Receipts were quite heavy, with
110 cars, and only a few samples of the
mixed and off grades were left on the
table. Nn. 2 while soltda at 68o snd 61 Vic,
and the Nn. 1 whits at 67 He and 6744c, the
bulk of these sales bringing 67 o. No 4
whit sold at 57 Vic, while the standard
grade brought 67c and 66c, and a few cars
of the sample grade, went at 67o and 67 He.
-Receipts of rye and barley were eighteen
and twenty-two cars, respectively, these ar
rivals being much heavier than they have
been for some little time The spot quo
tations on ryo were H: lower, while bur.
ley was unchanged to 2u lower, with a good
domsnd for both these cereals. No. 1 rye
sold at $1.81 and $1.64 and the No. $ at
$1,83, while No. 2 limiting hnrley brought
$1.31 and the No. 3 $1 28 and $1.31. No. 4
barley sold at $1.21 and $1.10, and one car
nf Nn 1 feed went for $1.22.
Clearances wire: Wheat and flour equal
to 64K.OOO bushels; corn, 705,000 bushels
nnta 1-10 0(10 tiimhela.
Primary wheat receipts were 1,611,000
bushels and shipments 443.000 bushels,
agalns tn-i-elpts of 706,000 bushels snd ship
ment of 1,2!5,00 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 429.000 bush
els and shipments 371.000 bushels, against
reoelpts of 760,000 bushel snd shipments
of 611,000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1.991,000 bush
els and shipments 1,041.000 bushels, against
receipts of 1.782,000 bushels and shipments
of 967,000 ebushels last year.
. Wheat. Corn,
Liquidation of Rails Neutralizes
Firmer Tendencies Shown
by Other Stocks ; Bonds
Totals 9,810 1,804 34.394
Cattle Receipts were fair for a Monday,
about 15,600 head, but this was nearly
10,000 short of last Monday's record breaker,
and the -market showed considerable Im
provement all around. Both beef steers snd
cow stuff ruled snywhere from strong to
10c at IGo higher than last week, and al
though the quality of the offerings was
rather common the movement was free and
prospects favored an early clearance.
There was also a good degree of activ
ity In stackers and feeders, Offerings of
desirable kinds were light and prices strong
to 10c at 16o higher than last Friday. Th
medium and common Kinds a usussl sold
very unevenly and not so very much better
than last week.
Quotations on cattlo: Prime hrav beeves,
$1S. OOfflT.OO; good to choice beeves, $11.00
fllS.00; fair to good beeves, $11.00 13.00:
common to fair beeves, t8.OOCll.00; good
to ch6lce yearling, $14.004916.60; fair to
good yearlings, 111. OOff 11.00; common to
fair yearling, $7.60010.60; prima heavy
grass beeves, $11. 60(713. 50; good ta choice
grass beeves, $10.0011.00; fair to good
grass beeves, $9.00010.00; common to fair
grass beeves, $7.6008.76; good ta choice
heifers, $8.(099.16; good to choice cows.
$7.7508 60; Mr ta good cows, $6.6907. $0;
common to fair cows, $5.0006.26; prime
feeding steer, $10.00013.00; good to choice
feeders, $8.6010.00; fair to good feeders,
$7.0008.15; common to fair feeders, $6,000
7.00; good to choice stockers. $8.00O00;
stock heifers, $6.60O 00; stock cow, $6.00
07.60; stock clve, $6.60M.60; veal calves,
$8.00O1l.00 bulls, stags, etc, $i.60O$. 09.
1 1200 $ 25 4 950 $7 15
1 1060 7 76
latoers,, 800 7 24 lstoer... tt 8 25
6 steers.. 746 8 25 18 cows. . ..1041 (90
1 calf 270 8 76 7 heifers.. 642 1 76
24 cows.... ?71 166 13 steers.. 611 7 0
SOUTH DAKOTA. 1
1 cow 1060 6 25
Hoks Receipts were extremely light, only
iweniy-inree cars, or about 1,500 head being
expected. Offerings at ths start of the
market wers even smaller than this, not
over utrsen loaos having gotten In. D
mand waa good and despite bearish ad
vices from elsewhere the market was ac
tlve at prlcxes that were 10O16O higher.
Shippers showed th most of the upturn.
Hum oi tne sales was made at $19.00
11.25 and shippers paid as high as $19.60.
this latter price cmnlag within a dims of
the record her and equaling th day's top
in Chicago, several cars had not yet been
yarded at this writing, heavy rsoelpt of
cattle and sheep making It late before every
thing got In.
Representative sales I
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. A v. Sh. Pr.
61. .207 70 19 20
71. .171 140 19 06
67. .313 ... 11 40
6. .184 ... 19 60
Kansas City ..
19. .254 160 19 00
11. .145 ... 11 16
78. .242 ... 19 35
47. .164 40 19 46
New York, Oct. 1. Recurrent liquidation
cf rail.--, gent rally attributed (o th" (i raiei
ncccsHltlcs of foreign holders, more lhai.
neutralised the former tendencies shmvn
by other stocks In the course of today's Uk
Offerings of transportation shares were
Insistent and in larger volume than at any
recent period, some standard issues falling
to lowest quotations of a decade or more.
Additional reason for their weakness wero
furnished by th poor August statements of
such systems ss Pennsylvania, New York
Central and St. Paul.
The market opened with an all-around
demonstration of strength, leaders soon sdl
vanclng 1 to 1 polnta. under th favorable
Influence engendered by the second Liberty
- loan campaign and Indications of relaxed
money conditions. '
Steels and other Industrials, together
with th bulk of the so-called war group
featured the result, but the movement soon
yielded to pressure upon such stocks ss the
coalers, trunk lines, grangers and trans
continentals. St. Paul common snd pre
ferred at declines of 1 and a point, estab
lished new mlnlmums at 61 and It re
spectively. Canadian Pacifirs 1-polnt drop
to 14ti was the lowest level of the year
and Baltimore A Ohio's loss of 1 points to
61 furnished a low quotation for almost
United States Steel's rise of t points to
114 In the forenoon was cut in halt latar,
the same oourse being pursued by other
steels snd allied shares.
Gains of 1 to 4 points In Issues under
obvious pool control attracted little atten
tion. Sales amounted to 686,000 shares.
Bonds were irregular on reduced dealings,
th Liberty Issue ranging between 99.98
and 100.10. Total sales par Value aggr
United States bonds, old Issuss, wre unchanged-
on call. Panama coupon Is, losing
6 points on sales.
Open. High. Low. Close.
Number of sale and rang of prices of
Am Beet Sugar. .
Am. Car A Fdry...
Am. Smelt. A Rfg.
Am. Sugar Rfg..
Am. Tel. A Tel...
Atl. G. A W. 18.8.
Baltimore A Ohio.
Butte A Sup. Cop
Central Leather .
Ches. A Ohio....
C. M. A St. P. ...
Cuba Cane Sugar
These sales wers reported today:
Corn No. 2 white; 1 car, $1 01. No. $
white: 1 cars, 111): -o car,
2 yellow: 3 1-6 cars, lt.su. no. i mfu,
1 car, $1.69. No. 1 mixed: 1 cars, $1.89;
11-8 cars. 11.88: 1 car (near yellow).
$1.86; 3 1-1 cars. $1.86 No. 3 ml'1;
car, $1.89; 1H cars, 11.61) 1 car, $1.17;
11-5 cars, $1.86. No. 4 mixed: 1 car,
$1.87; 1 car. $1.86 No. 6 mixed: 1-5
car, $1.85. Sample mixed: 1 car, $1.86.
Oats No. 1 white: 1 car. 61c!
68c. Standard: 1 car, 68c; 1 cars, 67oi
1 car, 57c. No. $ white: 1 car, 67Hc;
412-1 cars, 87c; 1 cars, 670 No. 4
whit: 4 ears. 67 o. Sampl whlti 1
oars, 6TVC $ car. 57c.
Wheat Ne. 1 hart winter, i ears. $1.18.
No. 1 hard winter, 8 cars, $1.12. No. 1
hard winter, T cars. $2.09; 1 cars (imutty).
ii at iu, s hard winter. 1 car (1 per osnt
rye), $2.07r 1 car (smutty). $1.07. Sampl
hard winter, 1 car (1 per cent heat damage).
$1 04. No. 1 hard red winter. 1 car (smutty
and rye mixed), $167; 1 cr (very smutty).
$1.06. No. 4 dark winter. 1 car( smutty and
10 par cent rye). $1.0. No. 6 yellow hard
winter, 1 car (15 per cent moisture), $2.01.
Sample yellow hard winter, 1 car (smutty
.nrf rimTmied). 11.95. No. 1 mixed hard
winter. 4 cars, $2.08; 1 car (03 per cent
hard red winter and 37 per oent common
and red durum), $106; 1 car (smutty),
t as Nn. s mixed common white, 1 car.
$2.09. Mixed grain, 1 car (U per cent
rye). $198. No. 2 fed durum, 1 car,- $1.06.
Nn 1 rod durum. 1 car, $3.02. No. 1 red
.h,in. 9 rare. II 10: l ear (smutly), $2.01
No. 4 red sprlns. 1 ear (smutty), $1.06.
No. 1 northsrn spring. 1 cars, $1.12. No.
mljfed hard red winter, 1 car, $1.11; 1 car,
Rye No! 1, 1 car, $184; I cars, $1.$81
t-T, $1.81. No. 2, 1 cars, $1.$3. No. 4, 1
Barfey No. 2. 1 car, $1.33. No. 1. 1 oar.
$1.13;41 far, $1.11; 1 car, $1.18. No. , 1
car, $110; 1 car, $1.16; 1 car, $1 15; 1 1-6
cara, $1.16. No. 1 feed, 1 car, $1.12. Re
Jocted, 1 car, $1.13. Sample, 1-3 car, $1.10.
Omaha Cash Price Corn: No, 1 white,
11.00O1.01: No. twhlte. $1.9902 00; No. $
yellow, 11.8901. 90; No. 1 mixed, $1.8601.86;
No. 1 mixed, $1.1601. $1. Oats: No. 1 whlt.
68068e; standard, llQtT; No. 1
white, 67V4i57e; No. 4 white, 67069o.
Barley: Malting. $1.23J1.11; No. 1 feed,
$1.1601.12. Rye: No. 1. $1.811.; No. I,
Local rang or options:
700 101 109
1,100 114 118 IK
1.000 71 70 71
1.900 17 16 16
1.600 104 101 1024
1,400 14 (1 - (2
Distiller's Securities 42,700
General Motors . .
O, N. Pfd
O. N. Ore,, ctfs..
2,000 101 14 95
200 109 101 102
1,200 14 14 14
200 100 100 100
Inspiration Copper 11,300 10 48 49
Inter. M M., pfd. 6,900 89 17 17
Inter. Nickel 1,900 31 31 32',
Inter. Paper 400 30 11 28
K. C. Southern 18
Kennecott Copper. 1,500 40 :" S?
Louis A Nash.... 100 111 119 118
Maxwell Motors... 100 38 32 33t
Mex. Pstroleum .. 7,200 94 92 93 4.
Miami Copper 400 34 83 13
Missouri Paclflo... 1,900 20 28 26
Montana Power 77
Nevada Copper , 20
N. T. Central 13,600 76 74 76
N. Y., N H. A H. 1,600 29 26 !!'
Norfolk A Western 400 110 110 110
Northern Pacific. 1,100 loo 19
Paclflo Mall.....' 26f
Paclflo Tel. A Tel. 100 11 11 21
Pennsylvania 1,600 $1 61 61
Pittsburgh Coal 62i
Ray Con. Copper.. 3,700 21 24 24b
Reading 1,300 81 80 11
Rep. Iron A Steal 10,104 11 11 $2
Shatturk Arts. Cop 21
Southern Paclflo 600 11 91 91
Southern Railway 1,600 17 27 17
Rtudebakar Corp... 1,300 45 4 44 'i
Texas Co. 1,100 166 Ifti 161
Union Paclflo .... 1,600 129 117 117
Sheep Th sheep and lamb run sxceeded
early estimates, around 149 cara, or 40,000
head, being In sight at mldforenoon. As
was the case the early part of last week,
It was well along In ths forenoon before
the bulk of the stuff reached th barn.
Demand for feeding lamb wss a good dsal
better than It waa the early part of last
week and what good lambs wers ready to
show by 10 o'clock sold fairly readily at
figures that looked fully lOfflHo higher
than last week's close, several strings of
desirable stuff selling around $11.10011 46.
With adpplles running so far above expecta
tions there was a good possibility that the
plainer kinds would not be such ready sell
ers. Packers had don nothing up to 11
o'clock, but prospects were for at least a
steady tfade on good killing lambs. The
old sheep, supply wss of good volume, but
demand for:, feeding and breeding stock
was broad, and .early sales were firm to. If
anything, higher. Feeder yearling wethers
reached 113.78,' With fair to pretty good
breeding twen around 112. 0014. 00. Pack
ers -had bought a few decent fat awes al
high as $11.00,
Quotation on sheep and la..ils; Lambs,
fair to choice, $17.26018,00; lambs, feed
ers, $17.50018.45; Iambs, culls. $13.60017.00;
yearlings, fair to choice, $12.00013.60; year
lings, feeders. $12.00013.76; wethers, fair
to choice, 11 1.00 ig 12. 50; ewes, fair to choice.
$10.5001125: ewes, oulis and feeders, $1.00
OH. 25; ewes, breeders, alt ages, $11,500
I desire to sell what is with out
doubt the best apartment
site in Omaha. Corner 50th
and Dodge streets, Dundee.
Lot 100x128; now improved
by ten-room stone and shingle
house with garage. No restric
tions. As an investment this
corner stands alone. Ar
rangements will be made for
negotiating in person with
interested parties. W. J. Peck,
61 Broadway, Room 617.
New York City.
Art.' ' Open, High. 1 Low. Close. Sat.
Corn. I I
Dec. 1 17 1 17 UT 1 17 117
May 1 11 1 12 113 1 12 112
Os."- I . I
Dec. 67 57 67 67 67
May 69 69 69 69 69
Chicago 12:4(f prices, furnished The Be by
Logan A Bryan, stook and grain brokers,
116 South Bjxtjth street Omaha:
Art. Open. lUghTTLc'w.l Close. 8at
CDo"; 1 19 1 19 118 1 18 111
May 1 16 1 16 116 1 15 118
0Dsc. 68 66 67 61 61
May 61 $1 60 60 61
Oct 45 40 46 60 46 30 46 80 46 47
Jan. 47 06 47 10 46 $0 46 35 46 10
Oct. 14 16 14 67 24 77 14 60 14 18
Jan. 23 97 23 17 23 77 23 70 23 16
Oct. 26 60 26 62 26 46 16 45 26 40
Jan. 24 97 25 00 14 77 24 77 26 00
' Minneapolis tiraln Market,
Minneapolis, Oct. 1. Flour Market un
changed. Rye $l.87fi 1.88.
Barley $1.14fi 1. 30.
Corn No. 3 yellow, $1.90rl.91.
Oats No. 3 white, 666 68c.
Kansas City Grain Market.
Kansas City, Oct. 1. Corn No. 1 mixed.
$1.8fl.91; No. 1 white, $2.0592.06; No. 1
yellow, $1.9401-16; December, $1.17; May,
Oats No. 2 white, 6161c; No. t mix
Duluth, Oct. 1. Linseed On track,
$3.30 W3. 32; arrive, $3.30 8.31 i Oc
tober. $3.30 asked; November, $3.31; De
cember, $1.17 asked.
St. Louis Grain Market.
St. Louis, Oct 1. Corn No. 1. $2.08;
No. 2 white, $2.10; December, $1.17; May,
Oats No. 2, 68c; No. 2 white, 6061c.
St. Louis Live Stork Market.
St. Louis. Mo., Oct. 1. Cattle Receipts,
$.900; market strong, native beef steers,
$8.00017.60; yearling steers and heifers,
$7.00016.00; rows ,$6.00010.00; stockers
and feeders, $6.60010.00; fair to prime
southern beef .iteers, $9.00012.76; beef cows
snd heifers, $0. 00 & 10 00; prime yearling
steers and heifers, $7.50010.00; native
calves. $6.76ff 11.60.
Hogs Receipts, 7,700- market steady;
lights, $18.90019.40; pigs, $16.00t78.25;
mixed and butchers, $18.85019.60; good
heavy. $19,404? 18. CO; bulk, $18.86011.60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 900; market
steady; lambs, 25c to 40c higher. Lambs,
$12.00017.60; ewes, $10.60011-00; wethers,
Sioux City Live Stock Market.
Sioux City, Oct. 1. Cattle Receipts,
14.000 head: mrkt 10 to 26 cents lower;
beef steers. $7.00016.60; fst rows snd helf-T
ers. $0.0009.00; cannrra. $6.0006.00; stock
ers and feeders, $6.60012.00; calves, $8.00
012.00; bulls, stags, etc.. $6.0007.60; feed
ing cows and heifers, $5.7508,00.
Hogs Reeeltps. -3,000 head; market t
cents lower: light, $18.75011 25; mixed,
$18.90011.00; heavy. HI.76O19.80: pigs,
$16.00017.00; 'julk of sales, $18.90011-00.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 4,000 head;
market steady to 16 cents higher.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
St. Joseph, Oct. 1. Cattle Receipts. 1,60$
head; market steady; seer, $8.0016.60;
cow and heifer, $6.60(714.50; calves, $6.00
Hogs Receipts. 3,000 head; market lower;
top, $19.85; bulk of sales, $18.760110:
heavy packers, I18.7S 1C.00; mixed, $18.50
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 500 head;
market steady; lambs, $11.00017.50; ewes.
U. S. lnd. Alcohol.. 6,600 140 138 139',
IT. S, Steel,....., .139, 100 111 110 110
V. R. Steel, pfd ... 1,700 116 116 116
Utah Copper 10,800 14 10 90
Wabash pfd. "B" 24 ,
Western Union . .... 98
Westlnghouas Elec. 800. 47 46 46
Total sales for ths day 165,000 snares.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Reaction Comes From Advance Which Frost
Indications Gave U Corn Price.
Chicago, III., Oct. 1. -Indication that
damage by frost last night had been done
to th quality of corn rattier than quantity,
led ta a reaction today from an advance
which at first took place In prices, Th
market closed unsettled at $1.18 Decem
ber and $1.15 to $116 May, half cent
off to a shade up, as compared with Sat
urday's finish. Th outcoms In oats was
unchanged to o lower, and provisions 47
cents down to a rise of 5 cents.
Frosts in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri and In
diana had a moderate bullish Influence on
corn at the outset, but after th first hour
th effect wss more than saunter-balanced
by comprehensive advice that although the
quality of the corn might prove ta bs
slightly under th average th aggregate
yield would b large. In view of the gen
erous else of the expected supply, na un
easiness developed over ths fact that ths
present available stock was shown to be
th smallest at this sesson In mora than
thirty years. Assertions currsnt 1st In
the day that a petition wa being circu
lated here to have the maximum price on
corn removed were without substantial basis.
Business In oats was narrow and simply
reflected the change In th corn market
Provisions, Ilk oats, swayed with corn.
A small dsmand from commission houses
waa quickly submerged by of firings from
stock yard houses.
Corn No. 2 yellow, $1.1601.00; Na. f yel
Oats No. t whits, (IVlOlOo; standard,
Rye No. 1, $1.1001.10; No. t. $1.11.
Clover 12.00OH.00. '
Butter Steady; creamery. 40O43c.
Kggs Lower; receipt. 1436 vases; firsts,
3737c; ordllnary firsts, 3603614c; at
murk, cases Included, 16017.
Potatoes Steady; receipts, 100 cars;
Wisconsin, Minnesota and Dakota, sacks,
$1.0601.10; Wisconsin, Minnesota and Da
kota, bulk, $1.0001.06.
Poultry Alive Market lower) fowls, 20
023c; springs, 22c.
Chicago Live Stock Market,
Chicago, Oct. 1. Cattle Receipts, 24.000;
market steady; native beef cattle, $7.25
17.75; western steers, $6.40016.16; stockers
and feeders, .$626011-26; oows and heifers,
$5.00011.60; calves, $9.76016.75.
Hogs Receipts, 19,000; market weak, 10c
under Saturday's average; bulk, $11.65
19.40; light, $18.280140; mixed, $l$.250
18.66; heavy, $18.26019.50; rough, $11.26 4f
18.46; pigs, $14.40016.20.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 22,000; mar
ket firm; wethers, $8,90 012.50; ewes, $11,25
019.75; lambs. $13.00018.26.
Knsa City Live Stock Market.
Kansas City, Oct. 1. Cattle Receipts, 19,
000; market steady to strong; prim fed
steers, 118.00017.00- dressed beef steers.
$11.000015.60; western steers, $1.00011.60;
stockrs and feeders, $7.00011.00; stouthern
steers, 17.00OH.60; cows, $6.00010.00;
heifers, $7.00013.00; bulla, $6.0001 00;
Hogs Receipts, 6,000: market steady;
bulk, $19.0001 40; heavy, $19.10019.60;
packers and butchers, $19.00011.60; light,
$18.60019.40; pigs, $16.6017.60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 13,000; mar.
ket strong; lambs, $16.75018.00; yearlings,
$12.00013.50; weathers, $11.00012.50; awes,
Now York Cotton Market.
New York, Oct. 1. The cotton market
today closed steady at a net advance of 4
to 20 points.
Evaporated Apple and Dried Fruits.
New York, Oct. 1. Apples Evaporated
apples firm; choice 1516c; prime,
Dried Fruits Prunes, firm; Callfornlss,
$011c; Oregon, 11 014c. Apricots
steady.; fancy, 10. Peaohes, firm; standard,
1014c; choice, 10u; fancy, 12c. Raisins,
quiet; loose Muscatels, 7 6c: oholce ta
fanoy seeded, 910c: , seedless, t0
10c; London layers, $1.80.
Swift & Company
Union Stock Yards. Chicago
(Dividend No. 126)
Special Dividend of Two Dollars ($2.00) per
share on the Capital Stock of Swift & Company
will be paid October 20, 1917, to stockholders of
record October 10, 1917. as shown on the book