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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 191
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
CROWN POINT AVE,
Strictly modern 5-r. bungalow, oak fin
ish, Includln. the floors; has a number
of special features: rooms all decorated;
furnace heat; fine corner lot; one blk. to
Miller park; 3 blka. to school. Price for
quick sale (3,350. Terms can be arranged.
RASP BROS.. 210 Keeline Plilg. Ty, 731.
0xl33 ON Cumins St., near Slat. (4,000 or
rental 40 per month.
W H. GATKS, 7 Omaha Vat. Bk. BldfT.
hEW, Modem 6-room house; paved street;
Harney car line. All oak. Will sell 1350
dawn. Call T. 36! days Or Wat. (T7.
A BEAUTIFUL HOME
Vestibule entrance with coat clos
et, mirror door, large living room,
dining room with built-in china cab
inet. Dutch teat, large kitchen,
pantry with built-in china closet,
back entry with refrigerator space,
full cement basement with wash
room, dust proof coal bins, toilet,
hot water heat, three large bed
rooms, sun parlor, white enameled
bath room, linen closet, on second
floor; large floored attic with plas
tered closet; storm windows and
screens for entire house; pressed
brick foundation, interior oak finish
and beautifully decorated, built but
four years by owner for home; lo
cated on street of beautiful new
homes; close to two car lines, lo
cated within one block of Creighton
university. Has a frontage of 66
feet with room for another house,
If in the market for a comfortable
home, make appointment for inspec
tion. C. G. CARLBERG
310-312 Brandeis Theater Bldf.
HERB'S ONB Totj CAN'T
Choice T-r. all-mod. I fins lot. paved
street, all kinds fruit, beautiful location,
near Prettiest Mils section of boulevard;
only $3,600) you can't build the house for
(3,500; lot easily worth (1,100; very small
cash payment and balance Ilk rent.
M'KITRICK REAL EsTATB CO,, Realtors,
816 Ramg Sldf, t, 100 fcnd fy. ll4Q.jr.
VINTON CAR BARN.
And $15.00 per month buy a good t-r.
cottage with gas, city water, bath and
toilet at 1705 Castelar St. Only one
block from car line and school. This cot
tage has just been painted Ittitd and
out, papered and put In flfst-Olass condi
tion. For price call
CREIGH, SONS & COMPANY,
Douglas 300. Ml Set Bldg.
Field Club Hanscom Park
Price Only $6,500
Bight -rooms and bath, all oak and
white enamel finish; sleeping porch and
sun room, fireplace, bookcases, buffet,
special plumbing, full brink foundation;
built two years. This is a real bargain.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
0t 6m." Kat'l BanK Bl(t." Tyler 411.
OWNER WANTS LOT
(-room, strictly modern "beml-bungalow,
located In Hanscom park dlstrlot: 4 rooms
on first floor, 2 rooms and sleeping porch
on second: oak. finish and oak floors;
built-in features; large garage; paved
street. Owner will consider lot as first
Payne Investment Company
(37 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. P. 1781.
0NH (-room and one 4-rootn cottage, both
on on tot; fin condition; lira In one and
rent the other. Prioe for both, $5,760.
Very easy terms. No. (48$ 8. 20tB St.
400 Be Bldg. Phone Douglas 40
1-lC strldtty mod. home, east of ttanecom
park, $3,100; will trade for $-R. house
south or-west. t. Wad, 8t S. JStBjt.
4.R66H UUNOALOW, TWO LOTS',
I room en first floor, fatly modern,
furnace heat, full cemented basement,
south front. House set on west lot) pur
chaser could sell of build On the bther
let. $1,100 In oath will handle this prop
erty. MATT COMPANY.
J46-T-I Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler (0.
iJANDT new 4-r. bungalow, 1 floor, entirely
- modern, quartered oak and ft finish, oak
floors, dandy futures and decorations.
New bungalow, 1 floor, paved street
tJtnall payment down and easy monthly
payments. Howard Bros., $78 Brandeis.
LeT me show you my brand new stucco
bungalow; finely finished, excellent loca
tion. A real bargain at (8,8(0. Re.
enable terms. Call owner. Douglas 1722.
W. FARNAM SMITH Co..
Real Eetate and Insurance,
1$2 ramsm St. Poug, 10M
R. B. TRUMBULL,
$ 1st Nat Bk. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Investment
Be 1019-1011 North l$th street, epp
, lt ford plant, oh eornef Alley, With
trackage, a 2 -story brick building, having
tore below and flat above, rented for
f 1,300 per annum. Price $10,060, part
cash, balanee at I pef cent. Thie Is a
map. The property will pay a hand-
tame return en ydtir tnoney and increase
lit valu continually.
H. A. WpLF CO.
(14 War Bldg. tyler $6.
BED US FOR INVESTMENT AND
X P. TUKEY A SON.
Hi First Nat. Bank Bids
REAL ESTATE Investment
BRICK STORE BLDG.
Price $10,600 Rents 11.140.
An ideal investment; permanent . ten
ants, no trouble whatever and a good
corner, on 24th St.; must have $5,000 cash
GLOVER & SPAIN
(19-tO City National. Doug. 3961.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
BUY AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
Call me tonight and make an appoint
ment to see a lot. I will sell for about
what lots adjoining it have been sold for.
This lot Is only V block to car and paved
ttreet; has good cement sidewalk to Car
line! city water and gas In the street:
only 1 blocks to one of the largest new
school houses in Omaha. This is in a
restricted district and new homes, costing
from $3,(00 to $3,000, are built all around
It. I llv H block from this lot, and
could (how It to you almost any time.
Small cash payment, balance monthly.
Telephone Walnut S4(.
LARQfej Oarden Lota near car line, paved
street, $181 to (1((. $1 down. Doug. 5074.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
- TOUNQ A DOHBRTT.
City Real Kjtate,
Douglas 1571. 33$ Brand! Theater.
k. A. WOLF, Realtor, War Blk. Specialist
In downtown business property.
(1(2. brick building, for tale or for
rent, all or part.
K. H. BfcNNRR CO. t. (40S.
FINE lit on B. MVR R., size 15x165;
can be bought cheap; term. C. A. Grlm-
'tiei, Phone Dnugl 118. .
REAL ESTATE -To Exchange
SALfc OR TRADE Knulty in good 160
acre, Holt Co., price ((.40 per acre; also
good 110-acre in Lyman Co., South Da
kota, price (17.(4 pen sere; want clear
property, Missouri or Arkansas; can use
good Jack and car on either; 1,760-acre
Improved ranch In Cherry Co., Neb., for
cash and term; might take (2,500 in
trade; price (7.(0 per aore; no .bet
ter In this part for ths money. Address
Boa 140. Valentine, Neb.
LOUISIANA Land. Nllsson, 423 Rose Bldg.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
5 ACRES 7
3 BLOCKS TO CAR LINE
This I a corner piece, having east
lop, north and tut front; store, church
ami achool very close and paved road to
within I blocks; this) would make a dandy
place to raise poultry or fruit. Just out
Ride of city limit; county taxes only. Call
Tyler (0 and ask to be shown this piece.
Kit Harney St, Phone Tyler 60.
FlVH very fine garden lots, close to car line,
close to school. Just outside the city limit,
where you do not have to pay city taxet;
an Ideal place to raise pigs, poultry or
?arden; the owner has moved to Call
ornia and says sell at onoej prloa (13
eaoh) terms, COc a week on each lot. Call
Walnut $4(0. today or In the evening.
WANT TO RENT OR BUY A feed lot
for theep or cattle. On railroad. In or
near Omaha. Box 9029 Omaha Bee.
35 ACRES nice lakeshore (350, $50 cash;
40 aore, 10 cultivated, new frame house,
barn, border nice lake, $800, $200 cash.
Tom O, Mason, Cumberland. Wis.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
Wil HAVE several good reliable buyers for
( and (-room house and bungalows with
$(00 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co., Tyler 496. 701 Oma. Nat. Bank Bldg.
LISTING! houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments; have parties waiting. Western
Real Eetate. 413 Karbach Blk. P. 3607,
WANTED Modern house with one or two
acres, near Omaha or Council Bluffs.
Corkln, 400$ Capitol Ave.
Heal Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
5, 6 and $ per cent. Also first mort
gage on farms and Omaha real estate for
sale. J. H. DUmont & Co., 416-418 Keelln
lildg., 17th and Harney.
SIX per cent first mortgages secured by
improved real estate located in Omaha.
E. H. LOUGEE, INC.,
(38 Keeline Bide.
FARM and city loans, running from f lv
to twenty years; Interest ( per cent, 54
per cent and I per cent, PETERS TRUST
CO., Mil Vtrnam Bt Omaha. Neb.
f iMo MTdB., bearing $ pot. semi-ann.;
secured by mortgage valued at $8,000. Tal-tnage-Loomis
Inv, Co., W. O. W. Bldif,
SHOPBtf A C5 PRIVATE MONEY.
H. W. BINDER.
Money oh hand for mortgage loan
City National Bank Bldg.
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bldg.
Om, Nat. Bk. Bldf,
MONEY HARRISON a MORTON,
116 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
lfllt Omaha Nat'l.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly.. F. D
Wead. Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Sts.
hfONEY to loan on Improved farm and
ranches. Kloke Investment i Co.. Omaha.
l6w RATES C. Q CARLBBRG. til Bran-
deis Theater Bldg V. 685
LOANSON cltr properttT
W. II. THOMAS & SON.
FARM LAND POR RENT
FOR RENT About 20 acre rich valley
land, well tilled and drained, and Irrigated
With the Skinner Irrigation system ;
plenty cf water; has been used by the
Waterloo Celery Co. and others to raise
celery and all kinds of vegetables; has a
block stone house, large barn, auitabla ta
store Onions, 2 hothouse and wseh house,
2 large force pumps, tools snd bleaching
boards If ivahted; 21 mile from Omaha,
on stone road nearly all the way; soil
three feet deep. Write of phon Red
2960. F. W. Corliss, 2913 S. 24th or
Douglas 1409. Waterloo Creamery Co.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
" iioMEs For loo FAMILIES.
Several thousand acres, located one to
four miles from Crowley, Ordway, Sugar
City and seven miles from Rocky Ford,
Colo.; main lines Missouri Pacific and
Santa Fe. Thl land produce large yields
alfalfa, corfi, wheat, oat and barley. Cat
tle and sheep feeding, dairying and hog
raising very profitable. Ths 1(17 crop un
der the Twin Lake system, alfalfa, about
$0,600 acres; corn and Other grain about
7,000 acres; sugar beets, 6,000 acres, and
ether intensive and general farming. Spe
cial Homeseekers' Excursion the first and
third Tuesdays of each month. Soil Sur
vey report on this land by N. A. Bengtson
of the University of Nebraska and Mis
souri Pacific booklet on this farming dis
trict free. If you sre looking for a home
do not delay, but phone or see us at ones
for full Information and rate. Liberty
bonds accepted same as cash at 195. We
own thl land. Phone Tyler 2(2. B, H,
Talmage, Vice President. Th Twin Lakes
Land and Water Co., of H. R, Follfhei
Co., $36 First Nat BanK Bldg.. Omaha.
FOR SALE 4S0 acres level, black soli
wheat land, near Julesburg, 'a Mi ($-10-46
and . w, 11-10-49. Oood term. Will F.
Sledentopf, Owner, Counoll Bluff, la.
Colorado land for sale.
' SMALL MISSOURI FARM.
$1$ cash and $( monthly, no Interest of
taxes; highly productive land; close to
three big market. Write for photograph
and full reformation. Ml'NQKR, A-119.
N. Y. Life Bldg., Kansss City, Mo.
GREAT bargains- -15 down. $J monthly.
buys 40 acre good fruit and poultry land
near town, southern Missouri. Price only
$320. Addfess ot 283, Springfield, Mo.
BE YOUR OWN BOSS Get A farm home In
rich corn and clover belt along new Boo Line,
(9 miles St. Paul-Mlnneanollsi landseek
era all say, "I saw nothing better."
You'll like this Wonderfully pfosperou
stock and dairy region too; rich (0119,
hardwood timber. Plenty rainfall, health
ful climate, beautiful lake, fin Schools.
creamerle everywhere. Price (It per
acre and up. Improved or wild; easy term,
Map and list free. Baker, N. 117, St.
CxeU Fall. Wla
FAM AND RANCh LANDS
300 miles northwest of Omaha, $50 acres
level black farm land; 7$ acres beat of
alfalfa land; 110 acre beat first bottom
hay land; 60 acres hardwood timber; 1(4
acre bow under cultivation; balance roll
ing pasture land, well fenced and crest
fenced; fair set of Improvements, just build
ing new barn now. On mile Niobrara river
frontage and flv elegant spring elo to
Improvements. This ranch has all the things
necessary to make it an Ideal stock farm
and Is only 13 miles from good railroad
town, 2 mile from Inland itor and post-
Off Ic; school house en th ranch. This
place belong to a widow lady, she will take
some good city income property as part
payment or will exchange for good Eastern
farm, Prloa $10.00 an acre.
S. S. & R. E.
213 City Nat'l Bank Bldg..
l,7$0-acre combination grain and stock
ranch, located In Cherry county en Nio
brara river, lx miles from railroad. 70A
acre good level bench farm land. (SO
acre In cultivation, eropped thl year to
corn, wheat, oats, rye, millet, navy bean
and potatoes. 160 acre Niobrara bottom,
part of which is the best Of hay land,
100 acres good alfalfa land. Balance of
ranch rolling to rough pasture, all well
grassed. Plenty of timber for fuel and
fence poet as well a affording protection
for stock during winter. Ranch watered
by river, Bear creek and springs. Will
run 110 head of cattl the year around.
Improvements located In fine native grove
in the valley and consist of slj-rnom
house, tw barn, silo and ether buildings.
School house located on ranch.
This Is a genuine bargain at $15 per
acre. One-third cash and will carry bal
ance to suit purchaser.
Thl territory has never been boomed.
By buying now yoa are getting la at bed
KLOKI INVESTMENT COMPANY,
MS Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1150.
HOG AND ALFALFA
FARM NEAR OMAHA.
92 acres, rolling upland with black loam
soil and clay subsoil; (6 acres in culti
vation, 26 acres in heavy timber and pas
ture, running water; fenced and cross
fenced ; fair Improvement! two wells.
Thl farm la only ll mile frem Omaha's
city limit and (treet car line, 1 mile
front goad railroad tdwn. Price $10,300.
$3,009 cash, balance S years at 5 per
cent. With alfalfa bringing $22 to $30,
and hog price guaranteed by Uncle Sam,
the land will produce enough to pay for
itself In a very short time. Let us show
It to yoa.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
416-18 Keeline Bldg. Phew Ifcrewla M.
S40-ACRE BUFFALO COUNTT FARM FOR
About 160 acre to cultivation, (0 awrev
paeturs. ' Good l-rtoa hows on good
foundation, well ballt bars for IS hr
. with good hay mow. granary, chicken
house and hog houso. Tented and cross
fenced, well and windmill. Th far Is
soma rolling and some rough, bat alt good
oil, I in a fine state of ctmtvtttton for
fall grain. Located about 22 ntllea from
Kearney and $ miles from Amherst. Price,
$8,600. Thl fantt will easry a (aavtgage
of $4,(09 to $(.900. Thl 1 on f tk
best buy t kgoer t t Bwffalo Cewity,
and with present price f farm prodwetat
this farm should pay the purchase price
with less, than three eroaa. I an excep
tional proposition an win ni,
C. R. DA VIES, '
240 A(3res. clay loam il : rolling UnA.
Fair Improvement. FVKe, $37.6 pe Acre,
enc $3i00 6 pet., year to run.; want
good residence and cash for equity. So
297, Arcadia, Neb.
SMALL Nebraska farm eswy payment
5 acre op. Wa farm the farm w aell
yon. The Hungerford Potato Grower'
association, 16th and Howard SU., Omaha.
4 ACRES Irrigated land, every acre flrt
etaas) ait fenced gffd In crep. Wilt deal
lot a new clear residence, FllO $34,09$.
Hag mronand. Neb.
FOR 8ALIS 6es large , body high-grade
medium-priced taM M Nebraska. Vary
. Uttlo money required. C. Bradley, Vol-
x bach. Neb. ,
LlST yoav lands quiek reavIM with C
3. Canan, 1 fCgll Bldg., Omaha.
335 Acre Ohio Farm $14,000
149 acre tn frtlage. wlra fence, spring
watered, blaegraa paaruM 1f 1(4 s4ep,
75 cattle and sis Br; ewtlaftated 19d
000 ft. oak timber: $04 apple trees; ah
pears, plums, pcfee eKerrrlew, grape
and maple sugar baahs mala dwelling ha
$ nice room, (eaaat ttram, t gm4 baaew
mnt barn. 1k, graaary. rnm, (awt
house, 2 ponltry boa ) ewner left aleaav
makes quick aafa $) (ha $42 a
acre; easy tar sea arranged. For traveling
direction to tftla KHiaay maker, ae
page 32 f ttrwsTg Catalofaa af $21 bar.
gains lit a ivfm State. 95. A. Rtrswt
Farm Agency, DepL 2472. tt $L Ktk $,
LANDS at fair ratoa aasniad by Chamber
of Comntere. Hew plan to settle and
develop tka wrevf fertlla tanas of lotrtk
Texas, tin me tatsty adjaeaat flaw mar
ket. Farmiag aad dairying demonstra
tion tmdar cur dlreetlosj. Only Imprwvcd
lands ottered far al, ff yew want to
aw a farm, writs far Denklat S. Agrtcui
(aval DepU, Chamber af tmmewe. Bw
ton, Tea. .
as for Texas land, Wa furnish cattl.
Yaw par frem profit. Thomas Otsea, 447
0OO corn faitd," East Texas, tl a aer.
Oet my free bock.
tr, i, FRANK. 391 Wertlla Block. Omaha.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $it per a..
including paM-ap water ngnt. usury
Levi A C. M. RyhMdar, 2(4 Omaha Nat'l
MONONA and Woodbury counties, fa lands
also) eastern Colorado and western (Lan
es wheat lands. Phone Trier 2(43,
H. R. FOLLMt CO.,
$3$ First Nat. Bk. Bldg., Omaha, b.
RANCH bargains, all sties, good term. A,
A. Patzman, 301 KarbaoB Blk
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with ua if foaj want
ta keep It.
E. P. SNOWDEN A SON,
422 0. ltth. Dougla ($71.
WAI TED $ acre Plero county, Neb.
Owner only. H tillable. Give good de
scription, price and terma. $01 Karbach
Blf.. O taha. Neb.
WOULD like to" hear from party who ha
5 or 19 acres for sal on terms. Box (976,
FARMER-Age 47, with three boy, wanta
to rent farm an hare. Box 396, Wahoo,
WANTED Small place (Ultabl for raising
bog ana poultry, bos 1-377, Omaha Be.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, piano ana note aa eeourlty
(40. t mo.. H, good, total coat. $3,60.
$49, ( ma., Indorsed note, total cost, $3.(9.
mailer, large anvta proportionate rat.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
411 Rose Bldg . 16th and Famsm. Ty. ((
Legal rates ' loans
$(4.0 (340.00 or more
Easy paymeht. Utmost privacy
lit Pattern Bldg. Tel. Doug. 219$.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY.
DIAMONDS and Jewelry loan at 14 and
tv, per sent. w. c. Flatau; tab. 18(3,
9th floor Roae-Securltle Bldg. Tyler (60.
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rate. Prtvat loan booth. Harry
sfalaahock, Kit Dodge. D. (tit. . 1991.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
OMAUA POULTRY AflS'N
hold It annual how at Auditorium No
vember 2$ to December 1.
DON'T MISS IT.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Another Big: Bun of Cattle With
Fricei Steady; Shipper
Hogs Up 15
Omaha, Not. $1, 1(17.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Official Monday .
11,(49 $.413 6 4M
Official Tuesday 19,(17
tstimat Wednesday ..11,(00
Three daye this week.. 46. 665
game day last week.. 48,990
Same day I wk. age). 3t, 7(1
Same day 3 wks. ago. 35,90$
Kama days 4 wks. ago. 36,796
Same days last year. .13.621
Receipts and disposition of live etock at
the I'nion Stock Yards, Omaha, for (4 hour
ending at S o'okck p. m., yesterday.
Cattle Hogs SheKp HVs.
-., M 4 St. P S
Wabash 1 . .
Missouri Psrffw ...... IS 1 ( 1
Union Pacific ....I. ..let 1 J S
C. A N. W., at..... 16 10
C. A R. W. west .... 76 30- 6 4
C, SU P.. M. A O..,, 4 2
C.. B. ft Q., east...... 4 18..
C, B. 4 i. west.... 1(0 IT 1
C. R. I. A P., east.... S 4 7
C, R. I. & P., west 2 .. ..
Illinois Central 2 . .
Chinage at. West........ S .. 1
Total receipt 41$ S(
Words A Co 1,177
Swift and Co. .1,913. .1,913
Cudahy Packing Co.. 1.046
Armour A CO 1,823
3. W. Murphy ,
Llnmln Packing C-,.
9. om. Packing Co....
W. B vartn 6.,.,
B V. L
Hill ft Son
r. B. Lewis
Hunt singer it O ,
J. It. Root ft Co......
J. H. Bulla
I F, Has
r. 0. Kellogg
WW helm er A Degen
Kills .& CO
Rothschild ft Krelw...
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co..
Banner Rro. ........
John Harvey ........
Dennis A Franel.. ..
Jenen A Lfrngrew
Other buyers,, .
Total 1, (,743 14,777
Cattle There was mother very liberal run
of cattle here today, arrtvala counting tip
11,300 head, whkih make the total for the
three day 46,6(4 Reari, Anything In the
beef Una was In very good demand again
today, aad th market evened with beef
steer as well a fat sows and heifers sell
ing readily at fully steady price. Several
leads of eomfeds war on offer, most of
them being of ths beat quality seen here In
soma time. One lead of havy steers brought
$14.99. Good yearlings reached $13.26, and
several car ef shert fed (old around $12.09.
Feeder trade) wsa very draggy. Demand
ha not been so large thl week a It was
last, and the market has simply been over
stocked. Buyers were nil out for lower
prices this morning, and hardly anything
had been done op ts a late haw.
Quotation an cattle: Prima heavy beeves,
flf.0016.94; goad to choice beeves, $14.90
015.00; fair to good beeves, $12.00013.60;
common to fair beeves, $7.00011.00: good
(a choice yearlings, $14.00016.00; fair tor
gsed yearlings, $12.00014.99; common to
fair yearlings, $6.6011.00; prime heavy
grass beeves, $12.00013.60; good to choice
graaa Peeve $10.09 (j) 11. 60, fair to good
gras beeves, $8. 94010. 00; common to fair
gnus beeves, (7.0008.60; good to choice
hwrfert, $1.6069.96; good to choice cows,
$7. 75 09. 26; fair ta good cows, $6.2507.60;
eoenmon ta fair cows, $6.2506.00; prima
feeding aveetrs, $11.60013.00; good to oholc
feeder, $9.40011.26; fair to good feeder,
$7.5008.76; common to fair feeders, $6,000
7.00; good to choice stocKer. B.oujiiu.up;
toed heifers, $6.6008.00; stock cows, $6.09
07.69; stock calves; $6.00010.40; veal calve,
$.94012.(4; bulls, stags, etc., $5.6008.00.
Wo. Av. Pt No. Av. Pr.
2 630 $6 69 ( (26 $7 60
24 896 10 69
Hogs Receipts of hog today were lib
eral. and trade wa fajrly active all around.
Shipper bought their hat 100160 higher
than yeatarday, and moat of their pur
chases war made n ths early round of
th (jiarkat. Pack were) a little alow In
getting under way, but'' they finally got
started boring, aad their trade was about
on the same basis as the shipper market.
Top price was $17.90, 6o higher than yes
terday, wttb th balk moving at (17.490
17.79. A few lata load were reported back.
The general market was around lOo higher.
Receipt of atock pig were moderate, and
ths market waa about steady.
No. Av. Sh. Pr, No. Av.
(0..17 (0 $17 4( (6. ,2
1(9 $17 70
... 17 SO
41. .39 ... IT 7 $4.. $14
((..10$ ... 17(6
$7.. 11 ... 39 1J(..11$
fceea A fairly liberal ran ef sheep and
lambs wa her today. Another draggy
opening featured th trad generally. Com
biaed with soma diay la trtttot atoek
ta tka barns buyer were a little bearish
HorsdH LIto StoclcVehicles
A TEAM ad hsras for sals cheap. Call
Mr, Sam Noble, 139 ttoutk 14 IB St.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Frank West and wlfa t Chicago, Bur-
Imgtem A Qui ncy Hail road company,
Twentv-olath atrcst, 224 feet asuth
Of C street, east aide, 44.144 1,(09
V. C Hewkstra t Farmers' State
bank. Dodge street. 39 fust east of
Thlrty-veith street, aerth aide, $
. t. MooHatra ta Farmers' State
bank, Twenty-tsvcoth avenue. 1(7.9
fact south of Indiana (treet, east
John K. Ossdrtch and wife ts Leon
ard Hlllls, W strsst, (I ft east
of Thirty-second street, south aid,
Cecelia T. Townssad t W. F. Oerke,
Maann strsst. 4 feet east af Thlr-
ty-thlrd tret, aortk aid. (9x141. 769
Lloyd N. Oc borne and wif to Marga
ret Konrman, Tnirty-cignth avenue,
tl.t feet north of Merer (treet, east
Id, 4(xll 3,(69
The Byren Reed company to J. O.
Melam, Klliabsth avenue, (4.2 feet
west of FIfty-scventh street, south
lid. 47x12 1((
John A, Creighteo Real Eetate com
pany to Unda B. Caret, Thirty
fifth avenue, 2(1 feet north of Ar
bor street, east side, 49x133; Thirty-fifth
avenue. 393 feet north of
Arbor street, east aide, 49x133 (94
BemU-Carlbers company to Charles
O. Hennlnga, Thirty-fourth street,
4$ feet outh of Wright street, east
aide. 40x139 $,40(
Reuben t. Stewart and wlfa et al to
Elsie Johnson, Bedford avenue. 261
feet east of Forty-six street, south
side. 44x130 : $1$
Charles D. Blrkett and wife to Frank
O. Seward, southeast corner Mill- -tarv
avenue and Parker street. Ir
regular, approximately (0x160 1,(09
Mary E. Wilton to Alice David, south
east corner Thirty-ninth and rratf
streets, 89x134 CO
David Wilton to Alice David, Thir
ty. ninth street. (9 feet couth of
Pratt street, east aide, 49x134 20$
Oeorg R. King and wlfa to John F.
Olebel, Twenty-fourth atreet, 689
feet north of Hlmebauxh avenue.
east (Id. 44x169 4,799
Qeorge C. Flack to Henry S. Han
son, orand avenue, 214 feet east of
Twenty-eighth avenue, aorth side,
Oeorge C. Flack to William 8. Bloom,
Twenty-ninth street, 11 foet north
of Fort street, west Sid. 40x126...
Oeorge C. Flack ta Samuel Sternwell,
Saratoga atreet, 130 feet east of
Twenty-eighth avenue, south side,
Oeorg C. Flack to Walter Laswell,
Orand avenue, 120 feat west of
Twenty-seventh street, north ltd,
William H. Mick and wif to Flor
ence E. Payne, Thirty-sixth street,
166 feet north of Farnam street,
William Bauermeister and wife to
Vern D. Musgrsve. Caldwell street,
(0 feet esst of Twenty-seventh
street, south side, 60x140 3,000
Ernest Sweet and wife to William
Bauermeieter, Twentieth etreet, (6
feet north of Cat atreet, west side,
Carolina Dahmk and husband ts
Anna McBrlde, Seventeenth avenue,
318 feet north of Leavenworth
treet, cast side, 60x83 (,394
and slow to open up on offering of any
kind. Some early buyers ef good fatlambs
looked about steady, th teat prlee paid
belnt $11.15, Feeders pttd fatal? active,
some handy weight wextero lamite selling
around $U. 00O1S.26.. Kwe lambs brought
$13.76. Fat sheep, looked about steady,
choir ewe touching the high spot of the
month at Sll.$0. Tha aupply at tath
feeder and killer ewea wn rathar limited.
Quotations- on1 eheep 4 lambs; Lambet
fair to choice, $16.00 17. 60; lambs-, feeders,
17.ivMS 15; lambs, sulla, $10 06g) 16.00;
yearling, fair to ehnieet, (11.S04JIS.3K; year
llnga, feeders. 91! 00 13.00; wethnra, fair
to choice, $ll.(I9(yl3.6e; ewea, fdtr tn choice,
$9.2(911.(0; ewe, breeder. $l.MJl(.5:
ewee, feeder. $7.6110.(; wese, oulla and
canners, (5.00ft 7.25.
Repreaentatlv as fee:
495 fed ItmU
$1$ Wyoming fed lambs..
139 Wyoming fed lamb..
New York (leaevsd Market.
New York, Nov. Jl.Wour Quiet ; spring
patents, $10. 56) 10.86; wtnte patents, 919.60
019.75; winter straight, $10,204 10.6;
Kansas straight. $11,004$ 11.1.
Corn men) Steady; fine white and yellow,
$4. 90 06.1 5; coarse. $i,105.16t kiln dried,
Rye Ey; No. f western, $1.97 tit,
Barley Steady; foe ding, $T.0fltt.05 ;
malUng, 11.20 tfl.SS: California, $X.361.40,
c. k f.. New York.
Corn Unsettled; new No. t yellow.
$3.18 1, 0. I. f.. New York: shipment rata
weak na9 Argentine, $3, 6fe saiv L ex b..
Cats Firm.; standant T(4 07Re.
Hay Stearfy; No. 1. 91. 7H 1.76; No,
No. 1. $1.40 I.4S-;
Hop Maay; stmt, medium to choice,
1(17, 7079c; 1416, nominal; Pacific coast,
1917, 2.13c; 1916, IKitrMo,
Hide Steady; BogoU, 41; Central
Leather Firm ; hemlock aol overweight
No-. 1, (la; No. i, 43c.
Provisions Pork, strong; mess (49.69;
family, $54. 00 4$ 66. 00; short clear, $63,904
47.00. Lard, firmer; mlddla waat, $39,10
Tallow Firm; city special, 17 9.
Wool Firm; dnnwatlo fleece, XX Ohie
and Pennsylvania, 70c.
Butter Market flw; reeetpta. ,!52;
ereamery higher thaa estraa, 4it947c;
creamery xtraa (9J snnrw), 4o; firsts, 43
045c; seconds, 40942c.
Kgg Market Irrrwniarr receipts, (.573
eases; trash gathered ex Was. 640 65c; eitr.i
firsts, (2933o; flrstsi, 48(Ic; second. 42
Cheese Market tw(ty: recetpt. 991
boxes; state fresh specials, 23c; state fresh,
averager run, 23s,
Poultry Alive: Market quia; no prices
quoted; dressed: market Strang; chickens,
313!c; fowls. 17J264c; turkeys. 2432c
St. Louis Lira Slack Market.
St Lout, Nov. II. Cattle Receipt
wv nmiu; moraec, nigaer; native beef steer,
$4.990 19.99: yearling steers and haifara.
$7.000 19.90 ; sows, $9.04011.00; ateekara and
renters, (6.60011.00; Texas quarantin
sieers. otrr lu.cu; mir to prime southern
oeei steers, ati.uour u'.ia; Beet cows and halt
ers, (0.990 19.99; prhns yearling steers and
natters, (7.59010.00; native calves, $7,160
Hogs Receipts, 11.34 head; market,
higher; lights, $17.60017.96; pigs, $16.(00
17.(0; good heavy, $17.OO01(.O9: mixed and
butchers. $17.(0017.(0; bulk of salsa, $19.(4
tj 1 7. SO.
aheap aad Lambs Receipts, 2,24 head;
market, strusg; lamas, $19. (40 17.(4. ewes.
$19.(0011.(0; wethers, $11.(0011,29; can
ners, (6. 000 g.S9.
Kansas Cltr Live Stark Market.
Kansas City, Nor. . Cattle Receipts,
14,800 naa, market steady, rrlm fad
steers, $19 60 011.60; dressed beet steer.
$11.000 tt.to; western steers. IH.OO0I3.7I;
caws, $9.(4019.99; heifer, $8.50013.90;
$6.(0012.00; atockera and feeders, (6.660
11.60; bulla, $6.0001.60; calves, $6.(90
Mnas Receipts, t,909 (Mad, market
steady. Bulk. $17.6017. 76; heavy, $16,700
77.86; packer and autcbers, $17.(9017.76;
Ugnt, (17.30017.69," Plm, tI7.4O017.Tti
Sheep aad Lambs kscatpts, 6,04 (Mad,
markat steady. Lambs, $13.(9017.35; year-
lags, (lt.99014.14; wether, 11.(40II.4;
we, (19.90 ll..
Chioac Llva Mock Marks,
Chicago, Nov. 21. Cattle Kscttpts. 2
994 head, market firm. Natfvs steers, (7.49
016.00; wectent atwsr. 99.19013.76; atock
era and feeden, $6.99 011.26; cow and
heifers, $(.49011.(9; calvea, $7.94013.99.
Hogs Receipt, ((,004 head, market
unsettled. Balk. $17.(601f,9O: light. (17.26
017.90; mixed, (lT.460l9.wt; Deary, (17.49
W18.05; nragn, (17.490I7.99; pig. $17,460
Sheep and Lambs Receipts 29,(94 head,
markat, unsettled. Wethers. $8.76012.90;
eves, f7.t0ll.e; Iambs, (13.96017.49,
Slonx Cltr lira fitosk Market.
Slow City. Wot. 31. Cattle Reeelnts. I..
neaa; market ISO higher; beet steers,
(. 16016.00; fat cow and hstfers, $6,760
(.75; canners, (5.6906.(9: atockera' and
feed erst $(.99012.(9; calvea, $9.09013.00;
bulla, stags, etc., (9.5(0(.6Oi feedtnat sow
and heifers. $(.790(.(9.
Hogs Receipt. 19.609 bead; market 19c
higher; lights, $17.3(017.69; mixed. (17.(9
017.76; heavy. (17.I6W17.80: pigs. (17.090
19.99; balk of sales, (17.(00 17.79.
theep and Lambs Receipts, 2,(04 head;
market 19o higher.
Minneapolis (train Market.
nnaapolis, fTov. 21. Flour Fancy
patents, unchanged; In carload lets, first
clear, 16o lower, quoted at $9.69, jute;
second clear, 25c lower, quoted at $6.7$,
Bariay ( i. o 0 w l . J".
Csrn No. yellow, $3.0603.10
Oats No. 2 white. 44047c.
St. Joseph Uv Stack Market,
St. Joseph. Mo.. Nor. 21. Cattle Recelptc,
(,000 head; market lowr; steer. $(.900
14.(9; cow and heifer. (1. 3013.90; cslves,
Hogs Receipts. 13,999 head; market
ateady to strong; top, $17.$$; bulk 4$ aalea.
Sheen and Lambs Receipt. .2.799 head:
market steady; lamb, $13.60017.69; twee,
Washington. Nor. 31. Cot ten ginned
prior to November 14 amounted to (,(((,1(0
running bale. Including iii.ui rouoa
bale, counted aa half bale, and (8,161
bales of Sea Island, the census bureau an
Ginning by wtm states this ysar were:
Arizona, 5.868; California, 17,3(4; Okla
homa, 613,924; Texas, 3,693,690.
Vaw Tork. Nov. 21. Metal Tin nominal,
$76.69 Wd. Lead easier; spot, $6.31. Hpel-
ter dull; East Bt. Leulls delivery, spot. $7.16
At London: Snot copper, f 110; futures.
(110; electrolytic, 1126; spot tin, 13(4 15s;
futures. 2(3 10s: lead, spot, 13V ids; tu
tares, 2( 19s; spelter, spot, 64; futures.
New Tork Dry Oood.
New Tork, Nor. 31. Cotton good here
today were active and atrong. Prices
on aheatlng and print clothe were up from
o ta o a yard over tne price at me
beginning of th week. Tarn were firm.
Wonted yarn were ateady. Hosiery and
knit goods were tn steady demand. Job
ben are baying more freely.
Turpentine and Rosin,
Savannah, Oa Nov. 21. Turpentine
Firm, 41c; tale. 128 barrels; receipts. 300
barrel: shipments, 488; stock, 23,444.
Rosin Firm; sales, 1,1(9; receipts, 1,1(9;
shipments, 2,230; stock, 76,643. Quote:
B, D. IC, F. O, $9.43; H, $9.45; I, t.10;
K, $6.79; M, $9.99; N, $7.90; WO, 97. t;
New Terk Cottoa Market.
New Tork Nov. 31. Cotton Future
opened ateady; December, 28.40c; January,
27.75c; March, 27.60c; May, 27.38c; July,
Spot, cotton, quiet; middling, 80.40; fu
ture closed steady: December. 39.96c: Jan
nary, 29.43c; March, 33.12c; May, 27.95c;
Kansas Cltr Grain Market.
Kansas City, Nov, 21. Corn No. 2 mixed,
(2.0002.02; No. 2 white, (2.0402.08; No.
2 yellow, (2.0602.10; December, $1.26;
Oats No. 2 white, 71c; No. 2 mixed, ((
Duluth Unseed Market.
Duluth, Minn., Nov. 21. Linseed On
track. ((.330(.(6; arrive, (3.220
1.24; arrive In November, $3.01; No
vember, $3.27 bid; December, $3.22;
fit, Loul Grain Market,
St. Louis, Nov. 31. Corn No. 3, $1.80;
No. 2 white, $1.8901.93; December, $1.36
Oats No. 2, C8ff6$Hc; No. 3 white, 71
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 21. Butter, eggj
and poultry, market unchanged.
London Stork Exchange.
JjOnaon, uv, i.AiiicricaH mtuuur.
were steady on the stock exqhange today.
Corn Stronger, Though Sales
Show Much New Crop Be
ported Weathering Well,
Good Demand For Oats.
Omaha. Nor. 21. 1917.
Contlauad light arrtvala of grain were ths
rule today, receipts totaling only (T cars;
with 34 wheat; lb corn, 49 oats and 3 cars
Cora today presented a somewhat stranger
tons. Sales were rather slow In being made,
but the new corn samples whirl! were dis
posed of brought fairly good flgurea, the
price depending on moletur content and
quality. Reports Indiaater that the new
oorn, in some places whero It baa besa al
lowed to stay In the field to undergo fur
ther conditioning, 1 , coming through in
fairly good sh-apH. whila In other places the
corn la stilt soft and part of it molding.
K levator men aro tha principal buyers, tak
ing the greater part of the new corn Into
the house, to be dried. No sale of old oorn
were, reported, these sample being very
caro& No. 4 whit sold at $1.77 anrt the
No. 4 mined at $l.SO. No. 6 yellow sold at
91 25 and $1.35 and the No. 9 mixed at
$1.45, Sales of the sample grades rsnged
from 25o to $1.00, these being extremely.
poor eauaplAS ta hasting condition and Dart
of them rotten.
Th demand for cash oats oontinued to be
fairly good and quotation were fea to la
np, the bulk advancing a eent. Loral buyer
tooK praotMally alt ot them erfering; No.
2 whits 8010! at Va and the standard grade
at 69o snd (9o and the No, 3 white at
69Ho and 69 to.
Itye was up o to ,o and barley nomi
nally unchanged. No. t rye sold at (1.73 V
and $1.73. No barley arrived la tha market
today and no sales vrarc made.
Clearances v .: Wheat and flour snual
to 894.000 buahels; corn, none; oat, 785,
Primary wheat recelota were 1.962.940
bushels, and shipments 1.141,09 bushels
against receipts ef (47,004 bvahela. and
shipments of 3(9,00 bushels Inst year.
mmarr eora receipts were 836.90 bushels
aad shipments 197,909 bushels aglat re
ceipts of 1,266.909 bnahsl and shipments
of 33,(94 bushels Inst year.
Primary oata rscelDts ware 1.497.009
bashe, aad shipment 1.33A009 hoshels
agalnat receipts of 1.341,004 bushels, and
shipments at CT.ono bushels last year.
Chicago ................ 7
Kansas City 63
St. Louis ((
These salea war reported today:
Wheat No. t hard winter: I cars, $3.15;
1 car (smutty), (2,14. Nov t hard winter:
$ cars, $2,11 Nat 1 hard winter: ear
$3, At; 1 car (3 per oent rye). $2.09. No. 2
dark hard winter: 1 bulkhead. $2.19. No.
3 ysllew hard winter: 1 bulkhead, $1.06,
No. yetiow hard winter: car, $3.(2. No.
2 northern eprlng: 1 ear, $2.12. No. 1
durum: 4 cars, $3.1$; S ear (smutty),
$3.11. No. $ durum: I ear, $3.12. No. t
mixed) caramon red durum: 1 car (2 par
cent ry, 15 per cent hard red aprtinr. (6
per eent common red durum). $3.(9. Mixed
grata: ear (smatty. It per cent rye),
$1.(4; 1 balkhead (12 per seat rye), $1.(4.
Rye No. 1: 1 car, $1.78; I car, $1,711.
Corn No. white: I car. $1.77. No. $
white: 1 car, $1.70. Sampi whits: 2 ear.
$1.4.- 1 ear. (to. N. mixed: I ear. $1.94.
No. ( mixed; 3 cam, $1.46. Sampia mixed:
1 car, $1.90. Sample yellow; 1 car, $1.29.
Oats No. I white: 1 cars, (9 Ho. Stand
ard: 1 car, ((c; 1 ear, ((Via. No, $
whit: 1 car, ((; car, t9s; t car,
69c Na, 4 white: t car, to; I cars,
((. Sample white: 1 ear. (8 It a,
Omaha Cash Prices Corn : No. 4 white,
$1.7(01.77, (new) No. ( whits. ().((0L79,
(new). Sampi white, (90 (1.(4 (sts). Na. I
yellow, (2.1(02.30 (new). No. yellow, (1.24
01.36 (new). Sampi yethrw, $1.(001.36
(new). No. 2 mixed, $2.09 0 2.10 (new). No.
4 mixed, $1.760 Lt (new). Na. a mixed,
(1.40 01.45 (new). Sample mixed. t(c01.O9
(new). Oats: No. S whits, 9H09Ho.
Standard, ((0(ttt. No. ( whit. 68V60
((Vie, Ns, 4 white. 40((c. Barley: Malt
ing, (1.3I0I.39. No. 1 (sad, (1.9701.16. Rye:
No, 1, $1.7301.71V. No. 3. $1.7301.73,
Lecsl rang of astlons:
Open. I High. Lw.
ill 5 1 1$ 110.
$ ,(7V ((
(6H 96 (6
Chicago 12:19 prices, furnished Th Be
cy Logan at Bryan, stock aad gram broker
i bsui a itixteenta atrsst. Omaha:
Art ) Open. ( High. TLow. Close. I Tea
Corn. I j
Jan, 1 Hli 1 29 117H 1 $9 11 (Vt
Dec. 1 Sit, I 34 131H 1 33 132
May 1 17 1 11 114 1 18 117
Dec. (( (( ((VI (TS (6
May (6 (7 (5 (7 (
45 (9 4$ 39 4$ (0 4$ 19 4$ (5
Jan. 24 79 24 (7 24 79 24 (7V 24 (2
May 24 (( 24 It 34 05 24 16 32 (9
Jan. 24 (I 24 71 24 (9 14 71 24 49
May I 34 29 24 (9 2 16 14 19 34 99
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVTMONH.
Haig Victory sad . Scarcity of Car Tend
to Advance Corn.'
Chicago. Nor. 11. Severe difficulty In
obtaining car to mov grain from Interior
point to terminal market tended today to
advance corn price here and so too did
General Halg'e victory. The elo waa un
settled, c to lo net higher, with January
11.19 to $1.19 and May $1.17 to $1.17
Oats gained o to c and provisions 7c
It was not until long after the first Dews
ef the big British successes wa received
that corn showed strength. A s rule, trad
ers were not quick to grasp th magnitude
of the British achievement and were Inclined
to pessimism over prospect of new restric
tion on trading. Much uncertainty existed
also aa to effect which transportation trou
bles would have on values. Advices, how
ever, that Implied acuta embarrassment re
sulting from Inability to ship with any Tree
dom out of rural aectlona led in tne last nan
of th day to a decided upturn of prices. A
mare eomDlete understanding of the extent
of the smashing of tha Hlndenburg defence
had also by thi time 'become general and
had been emphasised by seourlty gain in
Outs, influenced by corn, soared to sew
high price for th eason.
A fresh upturn in meat price at Liver
pool did much to atrcngtnen provisions.
Cash Pricescorn: ro. a ynow nominal
No. t yellow nominal; No. 4 yellow, $2.00,
Oata: No. 1 white. t(H07Oo: standard. 6(0
79c. Rye: No. 3, (1.79. Barley: (l.io
01.36. Seeds: Timothy, $5.0007.(9; clo
vsr, $29.90016.00. Provisions: Pork noml
nal; lard, $27.(6037.(6; rlba, $27.(0.
New Tork, Nor, 11. Coffee The market
for coffee futures seemed to be Influenced
by the more optlmlstlo view of today's war
news, renewed covering and a acattering
demand attributed to Investment The
opening waa 1 to ( points higher and active
months sold about 14 to 17 point above
last night' eloalng figures, with December
touohlng (.((o and May 7.(8o. Realizing
caused slight reactions later with the close
showing a net advance of 11 to 12 points,
Tha bualnees Included exchanges of Vt
cember for May at 45 points, July at 62 and
(3 points, and September at 79 and 90 points.
December, (.80c) January. (.(0c; March,
7.09c; May, 7.25e; July, 7,42c; September,
Spot coffee waa reported in fair demand,
with price steady at 7e fer Rio 4s, and 9 c
for Santea 4a. Cost and freight offera were
about unchanged. Including Santos 4s at
(.96o to 9.00o; London credits, steamer ship
ment. The official cable reported no change In
Brazilian market except Santo market
which wore 60 to 100 rei higher.
Evaporated Apples sod Dried Fruit.
Nw Tork, Nov. 21. Evaporated apple,
dull; choice, 16017c; prime, 14016.
Prune, scarce owing to delayed shipment;
California, t013. Oranges, 12014c
Apricots, scare owing to delayed ship
ments; fancy, 30c. Peaches, scarce owing to
delayed shipments; standard, 13c; choice,
12c: fancy, 13H, Raisins, scarce owing to
delayed shipments; loose muscatels, 70
9c; choice to fancy seeded, lO011o; eed
lcss, lO01Oc; London layers, (1.(0.
New Tork Sugar Market
New Tork, Nov. -21. Sugar Raw, mar
ket ateady; centrifugal, (tOe; molasses,
(.02c. Refined, steady; fine granulated,
Liverpool Cottoa Market.
Liverpool, Nov. 21. Cotton Spot In
limited requeat, prices unchanged; good
middling. 22.5(d; middling. 22.06d: low mid
dling, 31.63d; good .ordinary. 20.53d; or
dinary, 20d. Sales, 4.(00 bates.
London Money Market.
London, Nov. 31. Money 4 per cant
Discount Rates Short bill. 4 per cent)
three months' b'lla, 4 per cent.
i ."-. ............ - , - -
J Silver Bar, 43 d per ounce
NEW YORK STOCKS
British Victory Offsets Pessi
mistic Advices From Fetro
grad and Dark Italian
New Tork. Nov. 21. Stocks were morn
susceptible to favorable Influence today
than, at any- time ainc the widespread de
pression engendered by ths Russian and Ital
ian reversals, Tha British vtctory on the
western front and stgniflcaat development.!
in I ho domestic Industrial situation offset
further pesaimiatlo advices from Petrograd
and another slump In Italian exchange.
Leaders rose 2 to points after an early
period ef Irregularity, caused la part by
Pennsylvania's decline to ths minimum
of 49. Oalse were Irrsgalarty, but not ma
terially impaired on profit taking and short
selling toward th close. ,
United State Steel asserted its long) estab
lished leadership, taking the foremost posi
tion in tha advaac from its low quotation
of 96 In tha first hour to 98. but re
acted to (7, a net gain of th malleet frac
tion. Other Industrial and equipment. copprs,
shipping and war specialties displayed!
greater firmness, thoagb yielding from large
fraction to a point Industrial Alcohol
mad an extreme advance of (, points and
a tew speanlatlv hnuea held most et their
2 to 3 point gains.
The rebound in rails carried Delaware
Hudma from 98 to. (4, whil St. Paul,
Louisville At Nashville, Reading and New
Haven registered extrera gains ot I to 3
points. Canadian Taalflo retained much of
Its 4-pelnt rally, hat ether transeonttnentala
were Irregular, Sale amounted to (00,94
Lire auffered a further collapse ta (.81,
with no material ohangs tor other con
tinental remittances). Call mosey advanced
to 5 per cent, but tlma funds were easier.
Bonda were decidedly firmer as broader
operations Liberty four snored between
(7.99 and 99.34 and th 3s varied from
((.( to (9.12.
Total salea ot bonda, par value, aggre
gated $(,176,094. On call, United Stare 3a
declined par eent and the (our I par
cent, Panamaa 3 (193S) 1 aad tvuxa
(1961) 4 per cent.
Number ef aalea and quotations aa lead
ing stock: Salea. High. Low. Close.
Am. Beet Sugar. 1,109 76 71 74
Americas Can...,. 11.400 3D 24 34
Am. Car Fndry... 2,904 66 (4 64
Am. Locomotive. , 5,109 (6 64 54
Am. S. A Refnw.. (.(' 77, 7S 7
Am. Sacar Refng. 1.344 94 9 97
An. Tel. Tel.... 2,(90 10 108108
Am, Zinc. L. a S, 600 15 13
Anaconda Copper., 15,00 69
A. u. t W, I a U 4.100 101
Baltimore a Ohio. 1,700 (3
Rutt A Sup, Cop. 1,100 19
Cal. Petroleum..... " 704 12
Canadian Paclfia.. 11.309 126 132 135
Central Testher... 24,609 67H SJ 67
hesapeaha A Ohio 1.404
C. M. di St. Paul. 2.194
Chicago As N. W
C R I. A F. otf. 2,990
Chtao Copper...... 1400
Cal. Fuel A Iroa
Corn Prod. Refnsj. 20,109
Cruolblo Steel 1.209
Cuba Can Sugar.. (.700
Distiller1 Security. 17.399
1.690 334 139 131
9,(04 9 (7 9
Ot Northers pfd,
at. N. Ore ctfs..
Int M. M. pfd....
K. C. "out kern. . ..
Louis. A Nash
Mex. Petroleum. , .
(04 119 119 lit
(04 . 14 21 X
(.409 (9 78
400 19 39
(,204 2 - 23
N. T. Central.....
1.94 17 17 17
2,200 73 1
1,909 29 '
709 10$ 194 102.
N. T. N. H. ft.
Norfolk West. ,
Pennsylvania . . . . .
1.060 98 (t, 7
11,400 47 4$
Pittsburgh voai... ...... ,,;.
Ray Con, Copper. t
ndlna- IS.oeq "H
Ken. Iron A Steel, ll.io" t.th
Shat. Aria. Copper 500 ,10
Southern Faultier. 109
Southern Railway. 4.704 16
stndebaker Corp... 1.204
Texas Co.. ....... "12
V S. Steel.. .....HI."'.
tt a CJal ntd... l.u ft --
a to 79 79 7
Wabaah pfd. B".. .
Western Union.... 709 S3
Westlngh.. Electrlo ,l
Total sale for tno y, "
Vow Tork Money Market,
New Tork. Nor. 1.-Mercntlle Pap.r-
la.,,H r;,Xn.(0.d.y WU. M3!
commercial 60-day bills on bank, $4,711
"mm'rcl.1 (B-d.y bill. $4.70; demand.
$4,76; cables, 94.79 t-i.
Silver Bar. c; -
Bond Government Irregular; railroad.
trong. . . ,.,.
Tlma Loan r-nsier. "- - iil.
1 day, ($ per cnt;lx month,
C$lPMowtronr; high. 6 per cent;
low. 4 per oent; ruling mm ""
eVnalns bid. ( per eent; offeted at 6 Pr
cent; la.t loan, 1 ,' ilz. t(y
U. S. is. reg...
do coupon.... 91. C. rsf. 4.. 79
TJ. S. 3. reg... $t int. M M. (.. M
do coupon.... 99 K, a rcf. 16
17. S. Lib, $... 99 U N. un. 4... 96
U. S. 4s. reg... 104 M. K. T. lt 4 $1
do coupon. ...ii j; -
Am F. Sec 6.. 94VlMont Power ta. (9
Am. T. & T. c. 6a (N. Y. C, d.b. (.. 93Vi
iK.in.r,.ti.ii Ka. sosaio xac. e....
Armour Co. 4. ( do $;...,..,..
Atch. gen. 4... (3p. L. ref. 4s.
B. Ac O. cv. 48. 7 Pao. T. t T. 6.
Beth. Bt. ref. 6. 39 Pen. con. 4a..
-... i..thti 95 do sen, 4..
Cent Pacific lt 7(Readlng. n. 4 1(
C A O. er 6. 7Jst.i...r-.aaj.a. t
C. B. A Q. Jt 4. ((8o. Pae. cv (. ((
C.M.St.P.o.4 798o. iRallway (.. $3
C.,R.IAP.rf.4s.. (2T. A P. lt... 90
a ft B. ref. 4 UK union ran. ... "
D. R. O.'r. 6 $ 7J. a Rubber (a. 7(
an.en (a mil- 3914 TI. 8 Steel (a. 99
Erie gen. 4a....' t Wabah lt . . .
Uen. Elee. 6.. 97 ,
Chicago Produce Market.
Chicago, Nor. !. Butter Market
A.n,.d Esca receipt 4.943 cases;
ket unchanged. Potatoe. recelpta, (9 ear;
market unchanged. Poultry, alive, market
higher; fowl, l(01$o; springs, 10c
New Tork Cotton Market.
New Tork, Nor. $1. The cotton market
today cloaed very steady at a net gala of
21 to (1 point. t
Y.M.C. A. War Fund Exceeds
Amount Asked by $15,000,000
New York, Nov. 21. Final official
returns announced at noon today put
the Young ' Men's Christian associa
tion war fund above the $50,000,000
mark. The authorized revised total is
$50,153,054, or $15,153,054 above the
$35,000,000 goal. The contest between
the eastern ana central aeparimcnia
with headquarters in New York and
Chicago, respectively, ended today
with the eastern department almost
$2,000,000 ahead, the figures being:
Eastern department, $20,104,024 and
the central department, $18,380,733.
King of Belgians Sends
His Photograph to Hoover
Washington, Nov. 21. An autographed-photograph
of King Albert
of Belgium came to Food Adminis
trator IJoover today with renewed
expressions of the king's apprecia
tion of the work done for his country
men by the Belgian relief commission.
From 10c. to $5.25
Union Oil of Cuba recently advanc
ed from 10c to $5.25 per share. Cuba
is rapidly developing a high-grad ail
field oil 1 (elling at $1.08 per bar.
rel. Write for Circular "U" containing
very interelting information, and list
of investment suggestions. U. S. and
Caban banking reference.
Cuban Securities Co
Manaan. U Comas 501 ,
Members Bolsa Libra .d la Havana
(Havana Curb Market Association)
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