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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1917. - .
.REAL ESTATE- Investment.
West Farnara District
Two brick building, (our apartment,
located on large corner 1st; both etreets
and alley paved and paid for. This 1
ftrst-clasa property In every- respect
Heated too cheap at 1180 per month.
i , Owner leaving the city and offer for
' quick aal at $16,000; 15,000 cash, balance
a per cent tntereit. We could eailly In
creaie the rente fit per month.
GLOVER & SPAIN
Douglas 896$. " 919-30 City National.
68.8 ft on 24th near Harney" St.,
with" 25 ft. extending to 24th Ave.,
brick building renting for $1,680 a
year. Investor cannot lose and pos
sibilities of growth are great in this
strategic location. ,
Harrison & Morton,
916 Omaha National. Douglas 814.
NEARLY NEW BRICK.
JT $1,209 PER TEAR INCOME.
We have a very fine brick building; on
a growing corner, always in demand; can
offer for 110,600; aome terms,
245 Om. Nat. T. 60.
In order to close an estate, 1 offer at a
very low price 44 or 22 feet near 29th St.
You cannot lose on this proposition. Seo
roe for price and terms.
C. A. ORIMMEL (Realtor).
?h D. 1615. 149 Omaha Nat'l. Bk. Bldr.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
One Acre South
$10 Down--$10 a Month
Monthly payments1 include inter
est. Located on 58th street, fpur
blocks from car and paved road.
Just fine for poultry and garden.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler 50.
99x122, brick' buildings for sale or for
rent; all or part E. H. Benner Co., D.
8406. .... .(
REAL ESTATE--To Exchange
620 ACRES. 4 miles from Seneca, 100 acres
mow land,' balance good grasing land, .alt
fenced?; prloe $8 per aore; migni consider
trade. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
WESTERN LANDS. Nllsaon, 422 Rose Bldg.
WE HAVE several good reliable buyer for
6 and 6-room houses and bungalows with
$200 to- $600 down. Call Osborne "Realty
Co.. Tyler 696. lul oma. mat, papa oium
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments; have parties watting. .-Western
Real Estate. 413 Karbach Blk. P. $607,
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages
Jfjst MORTGAGES SECURED
BY OMAHA REAL ESTATE,-"' '
$1,600 at t pet. value of security... $4. 000
$2,200 at t pet. value of security... $.300
$600 at I pet. value of security.... 1.400
$1,800 at t pet. value of security.... 4,000
$1,700 at 6 pet. value of security...,. 4,000
$2,300 at t pot. value of security.... 6,600
$3,600 at t pet. value of seourlty.... t.000
FIRST MORTGAGES SECURED
BY NEBRASKA FARMS. -
$6,000 at 6 pet. value of security $10,000
39,000 at 6 pot value of w curlty.. 19,600
$10,000 at tH pet value of security 25,000
$3,200 at 6 ret value of security.... $,900
E. H. Lougee, Inc.
538 KEELINE BLDG. '
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6, (tt and ( per oent Also first-mortgage
on farms and Omaha real estate for
sale. J. H. Dumont A Co., 416-418 Keeline
Bldg., 17th and Harney.
FARM and city loans, running from five
to twenty years; Interest 6 per cent, SVi
per cent and 0 per cent.
PETERS TRUST CO.,
1632 Farnam St. ( Omaha. Neb.
DIVIDENDS OF 5 PR CENT OR MORE.
One dollar starts an' account.
OMAHA LOAN & BLDO. ASSOCIATION.
1 : :
SHOPEN A CO., PRIVATE MONET.
$1,600 M'TGE, bearing 6 pet. semi-annually;
secured by mortgage valued at $4,600.
TalmadBe-Loomls Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on band for mortgage loan.
City National Bank Bldg. ' .
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM. (04 Bee Bldg.
: GARVIN BROS.,
LOANS. Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
M0NEY-4IARRIS0N & MORTON.
916 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS
O' K EEFE R. E. CO., 1016 Omaha Nat'l.
$T00 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D
( Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam 8ta
' MONEY to loan on Improved farm and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co., Omaha. -LOW
RATES C. G. CARLBERG. 312 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 686
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. THOMAS ft SON . Keelln Bldg.
Storks and Bonds.
To Join drillers and oil field employes
In drilling a well. Every man interested
Is expert In his part of flie oil field work.
The location of the lease Is near Ollton
In trend of the northeast extension of the
great Cushlng Oil Field. . .
Full particulars of the property, the
men connected with the company, and Its
prospects will be supplied to those Inter
ested. P. O. Box 268, OILTON, OKU
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
$40, f mo.. H. goods, total cost $3.60,
140. 0 mo.. Indorsed notes, total cost $3.60.
Smaller, large am't proportionate rat.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
T r43 Rose Bldg.. 16th and Farnam, Ty. 66t.
LEOAL ' RATES LOANS
IH 00 $240.00 or more
Esy payment. Utmost privacy.
740 Paxton Bldg. Tel. Doug 2295.
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rate. Prlvat loan booths. Harry
Mala' hock. 1514 Doage. u m w man,
DIAMONDS and jewelry loans at 1V4 and
3fc per cent. W C Flatau; eotab. 1892.
ttb floor Rose-SecurltlM Bldg. Tyler 160.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
s Colorado Lands. '
AGRICULTURAL LANDS ALONG
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY. -Crops
raised include large yields of
wheat oats, corn, alfalfa, sugar beets, cu
cumbers, potatoes, squash, pumpkins, can
taloupes, melons, tomatoes, onions, apples
and cherries. Cattle, sheep and hog rais
in.; profitable. Market facilities admir
able. Land on to four milee from ship
ping stations. Beet sugar factory, alfalfa
mills, pickling plants, canning factory
and creamery at Crowlay and Ordway,
Colorado. Electrlo light and powr, and
pur Olney spring water, all available for
farm us. Churchea all denominations,
good schools and roads. Write us for
.special excursion rate, price and term,
tf.tgenta wanted. Twin Lake Land and
Water Co., B, H. Tallmadge, vice presi
dent or H. R. Follmer Co., 936 First Na
tional Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb. Phone
FREE MISSOURI PACIFIC BOOKLET.
;OOD farm lands, Seo. 13-13-47, Cbey
an Co.. $9.10 par acre! See. 36-11-4.
T Kit Carson Co., $8 per acre; 8. E. 14 Sec
38-4-63. Weld Co., $15, all worth double.
Adores O. Moreaxty, Be Bldg Omaha.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
WHEAT lands. Kit Carson county, Color.
- ado) tll.it to fit per acre; w control
26 choice quarters; send for booklet.
Kloke Inv. Co, Omaha.
FOR SALTS 400 acre of strictly first class
alfalfa hay and grain Una. Two miles
from railroad and It mile from county
neat. Tbia la also a No. 1 stock ranch.
Price, $40 per acre. For particular ad
dress E. O. Farnsworth, pjllon, Mont
A REAL BARGAIN.
- For Sale 860 acres Miller county. Mo.,
land, about 200 acres 10 cultivation, good
'six-room house, good w barn and other
outbuildings, all fenced with hog fence
and cross-fenced, on good road, eu roues
south of Jefferson City, for quick sale $13
per acre; $3,000.00 and time on balance, t
per cent. W. F. Topping, Iberia, Mo.
8MALL MISSOURI FARM.
$10 caati and $5 monthly, no Interest or
taxes; highly productive land; close to
three big markets. Write for photographs
and full Information,. MUNGER, A-119.
N. Y. Lifo Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
GREAT bargains. $5 down, 16 monthly.
buys 40 aores good fruit and poultry land
' near town, southern Missouri Price only
$320. Address Bo 282, Springfield, Mo,
New York Lands.
NEW YORK FARMS FOR SALE.
SCENERY. BUMPER CROPS DELIGHT
COWS GO WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE.
J76 acres. IT cows, 4 horses, all tools,
hens, hogs, crops; $9,000.
133 acres, It cows, team, tools, crop,
60 acres, t cows, tools, t calves, crops,
$1,000 cash down; $100 yearly buys any.
Write for photos; R. R. fare one way to
2430 South Sallna St. Syracuse, N. Y.
IN CHEYENNE COUNTY.
On main line of U. P., V2
miles from town. All fenced
and cross-fenced. Good house,
windmillj shallow water.
Large new barn, with corrals
and feed lots. Also lease of 2
sections of level land adjoin
ing sat e, with running creek
through it. - Price $16,000 if
sold soon. '. This is a good
place for stockV and farming
combined. Owner wishes tq
sell, as sons must go. to war.'
For particulars write Box
Y289, Omaha Bee.'.,
.' " 1,720-acre combination grain and stock
ranch, looa tod In Cherry county on Nio
brara river,- six ritlles from railroad. 700
acres . good ' level bench farm landj 250
aorea In cultivation, cropped this year to
corn, wheat, oats, rye, millet, navy beans
and potatoes. $160 acres-Niobrara bottom,
. part .of which 1 the best of hay land.
100 acres good alfalfa land. Balance of
ranch rolling to rough pasture, all woll
.. grassed. Plenty of timber for fuel and
fence posts as well as affording protection
1 or stock' -during winter. Ranch watered
by river, Bear creek and springs. Will
run 260 head of oattle tha year around.
' -Improvement located In. fine native grove
In the valley and consist of six-room
house, two barns, silo and other buildings.
School bouse located en ranch.
This W a" genuine bargain at $15 per
acre.. One-third cash and will carry bal
ance to suit. purchaser.-
This territory has never been boomed.
By buying now you are getting In at bed
rock prices. - '
KLOKE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
" " OMAHA, NEB.
845 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1160.
Owner Wants City Property
We have a client that owns 80 acres In
Custer county,' Nebraska, 1 miles from
Lomax. This.' land : lUs smooth to gently
rolling, house 24x24, barn 2.0x24, granary
12x14, shed, well and windmill, good soli.
Owner . would . consider a good residence
property 3 or, 4 year old. Priced at $76
per acre. ....- "
PAYNE' INVESTMENT CO.,
Omaha Nat'L Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
TWO A -section farms In eastern Neb., for
good Omaha residence or Income. 80
acres, Audubon Co., Ia., small amount In
trade. 80 aores clear. N. Dak., for good
automobile. 6-room nous, nearly new and
vacant lot to exchange for land.
Paul Peterson, $64 Brandels Theater Bldg.,
Omaha. Neb. Phone Doug. 1805.
A FIRST CLASS 160-acre farm, 3tt miles
. from Deshler, Neb., Thayer county. Well.
Improved; In German settlement. Will
sell at C136.00 an acre. Ernest Lehman.
R. 1, Deshlpr, Neb.
SMALL Nebraska farm on easy payments
' 5 acres up. We farm the farm w sell
', you. The Hungerford Potato Grower'
association, 16tb and Howard St., Omaha
Douglas 9371. .
40 ACRES irrigated land, every acre first
class; all fenced and In crop. Will deal
for a new clear residence. Price $4,000.
" Box 206. Oakland, Neb.
LIST your lands for quick result wltb C.
J. Canan. 310 McCague Bldg., Omaha.
NEW JORDAN VALLEY PROJECT. -HEART
OF THH PANGS.
Get on the ground floor with 80 acres
Irrigated land in connection with open
rang,.. You can grow stock successfully
and cheaply Excursion Dee. 4. Send for
HARLHY 3. HOOKER,
040 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg., Omaha.
South Dakota Lands,
FOR SALE 820 acres well Improved dairy
and grain farm, located In Beadle county,
South Dakota, around Huron and the state
fair city, at $35 per acre. L. Lapler, Hu
ron, S, D.
J3EE us for Texas land. We furnish cattle.
you pay from profit. Thomas Olson, 4Q7
GOOD.com land. East Texas, $25 an. acre.
Get my free book.
W. S. FRANK. 201 Neville. Block. Omaha
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms. $50 per a..
. Including paid-up . water rights. Henry
Levi A C. M. Rylander. 354 Omaha Nat'l.
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with us If you want
to keep It.
E. P. SNOWDEN SON,
423 8. 16th. Douglas 0371.
WAi TED fQ acres Pierc county. Neb.
Owner only. V tillable. Give good de
scription, price and. terms. 301 Karbarb
I!.. C aha. Neb.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Michael L. Clark, sheriff, to Charles
Gans, T street, 377 feet west of Thlr-ty-tblrd
avenue, north side, 110x146.$ 6!5
James H. Davie to Joseph M. Hiber.
southwest corner Forty-eight and
Seward, 50x150 460
Hulda M. Lyon to Mrs. Bertha Reagan,
Fifteenth street, 80 feet north of M
street, west side, 40x130.,... 1,460
M. A. Wagner and wife to George E.
Reed, Fifteentb street, 838 feet south '
of Oak street, east side, 66x165 760
Bertha Leona Mergen to V. P. P.
Chtodo, Marcy street, 106 feet east of
Twenty-sixth . street, north slds,
Saverlo Costanxo to V. P. P. Chodo.
northwest comer Twenty-fifth and
Marcy, 74x8 I
Rosell K. Martin to V. P. P. Chlodo
Twenty-fifth avenue, 74 feet north
of Marcy street, west side, 46x159. 1
Henry B. Kent and wife to Martin Ad
ams and wife, Miami street, 100 feet
east of Thirty-seventh street loath
side, 60x120 1
Robert O. Griffith and wife to Carrie
Schneider, southeast corner Sixty
fifth avenue and Lake street, 100x12$ $0
Kittle . O. Marquis and husband to
Vlncenxo P. P. Chlodo, Rm street,
324 feet eaat of Twenty-seventh
street, north aide, $2x80 700
Orlow L. Hart aad wife to Herman J.
Lund, southeast corner Fiftieth and
Davenport streets, 60x135 4,500
Ertyth C. Larson to Tena M. Redlnger,
Twenty-sixth street, 147 feet north
of Plnkney street, west aide, 48x140. 750
Joseph Salerno and wife and other to - -
. Lucl Ruma, Hickory street. 141 feat .
east of Fifth street, north side,
60x100 ; 1,200
Henry C Murphy and wifa to Charles
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Big Cattle Receipts for Friday,
With Prices Steady; Hogs
10 to 15 Cents Lower;
Feeder Lambs Lower.
Omaha, November 30, HIT,
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 17,343 9,236
Official Tuesday 11,4(3
Official Wednesday.., 3,70$
Thursday, holiday ,
Estimate Friday,,..,, 1,600
Five days this wek..3t,0T3 40,793 47,103
Same daya last week. ,.50,890 33.M4 19.883
Same daya 3 wks. ago.68,127 80,16$ S4.6T0
Fame day 3 wks. aga.44,963 3U1S 84,427
Sam day 4 wks. ago.49,763 13,468 77.825
Sam day last year.. 33,81$ 68,265 ' $4,300
Receipt and disposition of live stock at
the Union stock yards, Omaha, for tt hour
ending at $ p m. yesterday;
Cattls. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
C, is. s St. P.... I
Missouri Paclflo ... 1
Union Paclflo ....101
C. & N. W east.. 1
C. & N. W west.. 16
C.St. P., M. 4 O.. t
C, B. & Q., eaat., 3
C, B. & Q., west.. 1
C, R. I, ss P east "4
C, R. t 4 P., .west 1
Illinois Central ... 1
Chi Great West
Total reoetpt ..267
Morris Or Co .1,1
Swift & Co.- 1,1
Cudahy Packing Co.. !
Armour & Co.... ...1,:
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co..
8. O. Packing Co....
Swift, Fort Worth..
Wilson Pack. Co.... ,
Cudahy, Sioux City,. .
W. B. Vansant Co....
Benton, Vansant A L. :
F. B. Lewi :
J. B. Root & Co
J, H. Bulla
Rosenstock Bros. ...
f . ;
it is "i
30 6 10
20 11 IT
143 65 1$
I 935 693
I 2,360 1,741
I 1,086 2.373
I 3.068 1,456
i , ..
i ,. ..,
F. G. Kellogg 66
Wertholmer & Degen 333
Rothschild & Krebs.. 54
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co.. 23
Hlggjns St ..... .....
RotH 8 ,
OlasBbVK 8 .....
Baker, Jones & S.... 61 ..... .....
Banner Bros 41 .,
John Harvey 240 ...,v
Dennis & Francis.... :i
Jensen & Lungren.. .. 9 ..... .....
Pat O'Day 21
Hunslnger & Oliver.. 71 ..... .....
Ellis & Co 1.6 .....
Other buyers 849. . 8,760
Total receipts 7,012 6,877 11,041
Cattle Receipts teday were among the
largest ever received here tn a Friday.' De
mand was . hot very broad, as quality was
generalfy poor; trade was very slow, pa
anything desirable ' In the stocker and
f adeer Una price were, about, steady . with
Wednesday. Beeves were steady to a dime
lower, with cornfeds very slow. .Soma good
Wyomlnga brought $12.75. Butcher stock
was In good demand, and' sold readily at
fully Steady prices'. Stock cows and heifer
were slow at, the week's 26 f 40c decline. ,
Quotations on cattle: Prime heavy
beeves, $14.00015.00; good to choice beeves,
I12.6013.60; fair to good beeves, $10.60
12.60; common to fair beeves, $7.0010.00;
good to choice, $14.00015.00; fair to good
yearlings, J12.sr0014.00; common to fair
yearlings, $6.J011.00; prims heavy grass
beevei, $11 5013.00i- good to choice beeves,
$10.0011,50; fair to' good-' grass 1 : beeves,
$9.00lO.00; commorr for fair grans beeves,
$7.008.M; good to chOicsottelfers. ;$S.0
9.35; good to choice rows,. $7.?t49.25; fair
to good towiv $S.7877. 60; 'common to fair
cows, $5.25(g)6.00j prime feeding - steers,
$11. 6012. 50; good to choice feeders.- $9 76
11.26; fair to good feeders, $8.00Q9.(0;
common to fair feeders,' $6,0097.00; .good
to choice, stpekers, $6,008)10.60: ' stock
heifers, $6.608.6O; stock cows, $6.00f)T.6O;
stock calves, $6.00 10.40; :yeal calv$B. 19.00
12 60; bulls, stagB, $5.508,00.
Hogs 6n. o( tha largest hog run of
the season was here this morning and the
market wa extremely low at 1015o lower
prices. A good' many ' hog were rtlll itv
the pens at a late hour. Bulk of the offer
ing sold at $17.40 17.65, and the top
"' . .: . - . .'! . . Vv'
No. Av. Sh. Pr.- ct No.
$17 40 : 48
$17- 45 -
17 60 , 65.
17 65 81,
.. 86 ;
:, 17 60
19 00 133.,
18 70 199.,
J8 78 ' .....
8heep-SupplIca ot sheep and lambs were
tolerably liberal for. . Friday, but the de,
mand was fairly good and. the market was
generally steady on all kinds. . Quality
was lacking In tooth the faC andi' feeding
lamb divisions. Fat lambs were- selling a
little easier than a week ago, while feeders
are 607So lower for th week. Old sheep
are stronger If anything.
Quotation!! cn sho and lambs: Lambs,
fair to choice, $16.75:?. 00; ' lambs, feed
ers, $16.5017.75; lambs, shorn, $13.60
15.00; lambs, culls, $10.0016.00; yearlings,
fair to choice, $11.6013.25; yearlings, feed
ers, $12.0014.25; .wethers, fair to choice,
$11.00 12.50; ewer, fair to choice, $9.26Q
11.60; ewes, breeder, all ages, $10,600
16.60; ewes, -feeders, $7.6010.76; awes,
culls and canners, $5.00(67.26.
Slouc City Live Stork Market. . "
Sioux City, la., Nr. $0. Cattle Receipt,
3,200 head; market lOo lower; beef steers,
$8.0016.00; fat cow and heifer, $6,50 gi
0.25; canners, $5.60g8. 60; stocker and feed
ers, $7.50iQlll.OO; calve, $7,601 1.60; bulls,
stags, etc., $6.608.50; feeding cow and
heifers, $4.00 8.60,
Hogs Receipts, 7,500 head: market 10c
lower; light, $17.0017.36; mixed,- $17.80
17.45; heavy, $17.40017.60; plf.-, $16.00 to
17.60; bulk of sales, $17.26017.45.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 600 head;
market steady. ' ' '
Bt. Joseph l ive Stock Market.
8t . Joseph,. Mo., Nov. 30. Cattle Re
ceipts, 3,000 bead; market weak; steers,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Lentz, north corner Fourteenth and
Kavan, 60x120 1,060
Chris F. Petersen and wife to Cathe
rine M. Morrison, Spencer street, 100
feet east of Twenty-first street, south
side. 100x124 700
N. Q. Morgan to Catherine M. Morrison,
southwest corner Forty-eighth and
Underwood streets, 46.6x12$ 1,(00
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE AMERICAN STATE BANK
Of Omaha, Neb., Charter No. 1261, in the
State of Nebraska, at the close of
business Nov. 20, 1917.
Loan and discounts $1,011,423.79
Bonds, securities, judgments,
claims, etc.. 3,600.00
Other assets 656.62
Banking house, furniture and -
Current expenses, taxes and In
terest paid 8,144.96
Due from National
and Stata banks.. $60,489. $S
Checks and Items of
exchange ' 63,733.(0
Gold coin 10,500.00
Silver, nickels and
cent 8,578.(3 J67.306.47
Capital stock paid in..., $ 200,000.00
Surplus fund 6,000.00
Undivided profits 10,426.40
its subject to
cates of deposit. - 60.00
of deposit 113,588.76 ,
Certified checks .. 11,272.82
outstanding .... 17,307.65
Due to . national
and state banks. 299,953.13 929,811.06
Bills payable (4,920.37
Depositor" guaranty fund (,04$. tl
Stat of Nebraska, County of Douglas ss:
I, L. M. Swindler, cashier of the above
nemed bank, do hereby (wear that the
above statement Is a correct and true oopy
of the report mads to the State Banking
Board. L. M. SWINDLER, Cashier.
M. T. SHAFER, Director.
W. E. BHAFER, Director.
Subscribed and sworn to bsfor m this
27th day ot November, 1(17.
(SEAL.) . PAULINE PRINCB,
. ' Notary Publlo.
$3.00014 60; eows and helfer. $I.!Sl$ 60j
salvva, $6.00913 60,
Host Receipts, (.$00 hesdl market
lower; top, (17.(0; bulk t sales, $17,203
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 360 head;
market strong; Iftltibs, $13.004rl(.7$; ewes.
St, Lonls Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, Nov. SO. Cattle Receipts, 49,.
00 head; market lower. Native beef ateers,
tl.00tfl5.75; yearling steer and heifers,
$7.00(115.60; cows, $5.00011.00; stockers
and feeders, $6,60411.00; Texas quarantine
steers, $6.75 10.50; fair to prime southern
beef steers, $9.00C1375: beef cow and
heifers. $6 06(910.00: prim yearling steer
and helfttr, $7.50f10,00i native calves,
Hogs Receipts, . 13.300 head; markst.
lower. Light, $17. 35 17. 65) plga, $16.00(9
10.75; mixed and butchers, $17.40917.(5;
good heavy, $17.65017.70; bulk, $l7.40t
Sheep and Lamha Reaelpts, (00 head;
market steady. Lambs, $ 1 3.00 1 7 no ; ewes,
$10.00ff 11.00; wethers, $11.000 13.50; can
Kansas City Live Stork Market.
Kansas City, Mo., Mov. 30. Cattle Rel
celpts, 6,000 head; market strong. Prima
fed steers, $14.60016.60; dressed beef steer,
111. 00014. 00; western steer, $.500 1$.00;
cows, $5.76010.25; hslfters, $6.60fll,PO;
stocker and feeders, $(.504)11.00; bulls,
$6.6008.00; calves, $6.6013.00.
Hogs Receipts, (,000 head; market lower.
Bulk. $lf.2017.50 heavy. $17.40if17.56;
packer and butchers, $1790(917.60; light,
$16.t0C17.g5; pigs, $15,004? 11.50.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 6.000 head;
market steady. Lamb, $18.25 17.00; year
lings, $13.(0014.00; wether. 11.50f 13.00;
ewes, $10.60013.00. .
Chicago IJvo Stock Market.
Chicago, 111,, Nov.. 30. Cattle Receipts,
14,000 head; market weak; native kjccib.
$7.00914.75: western steers. $6.00913.50;
stocker and feeders, $6.004110.90; cows and
heifers, $5.0011.40; calves, $7.0013.25.
Hog Resell ts, 38.000 head; market
weak; bulk, $17.00917.60; light. $U.40ff
17.30; mixed, $16.854?17.50; hoavy, $l.S5si'
17.60; roui;h, $14.86(917.05; pigs, I12.7itf
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 12.000 heart;
market strong; wethers, $s. 76 12.90; ewes,
$7.70011.40; lambs, $12.60ff 16.S0. ,
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
Llv 'Poultry Broilers. W to t lbs., In
separate coop, per lb., 22c; broilers, over 3
lbs., tn separata coop, per lb., 16c; broilers
under 114 lbs., one-half price; hens, over
4 lbs., per lb., 17o; hens, under 4 lbs., per
lb., 14c; old roosters and stags, per lb.,
14c: geese, full feathered, fat, per lb., 13c;
ducks, full feathered, fat, per lb., 15c; tur
keys, any alxe over 8 lbs., fat, per lb., 200;
less than 8 lbs., half prloe; capons, over 5
lbs., per lb., 24c; thereunder worth no mare
than laige soft springs and hens; guineas,
each, any site, per lb., 36c; squabs, homers,
14 to 16 oca. each, per dosen, $3.50; squabs,
homers, 12 to 14 ass. each, per dozen, $2.60;
squabs, homers, 10 to 12 ozs. each, per doz
en, $2.00; squabs, homers. $ ois each, par
dozen, $1.50; squabs, homers, under 8 ozs,
each, per dozen, too; pigeons, per dozen,
Fresh Eggs (By express), oase. M0.15.
Prices for this week are as fallows:
Beef Cuts Wholesale prices of beef cuts
effective November 2S are as follows: Ribs:
No. 1, 34Vic; No, 3, 22c; No. 3, 13Hc Loins:
No. 1, 29M,o; No. $, Ktte; No. 3, 14 Ho.
Chucks; No. 1, 16 He: No. 2. 14 He; No. 3,
12o. Rounds: No. 1, 20c; No. 2. 17Hc; No.
3, 13o. Plates: No. 1, 14Hc; No. 2, 13 He;
No. Seimo. . .
Fish Halibut; If any,, market; salmon,
red, 22o lb.; pink, 19c lb.; black cod sable
fish, 14c lb. ; catflshi odd size and large, 23o
lb.; small lift-lb, ; black boss, odd size,. 26c
lb.; medium, 2o lb.) trout, No. 1.. ilo lb.;
whltefish, large, 21o lb.; pike, round, 18o lb.;
pickerel, dressed, 14o lb.j rrappies,'. H-lb
15c; odd slzs and large,- 18e-80o lb.; buffalo,
genuine rd 13o lb.; buffalo, carp rd., 100
lb.; white perch, 12o lb.; herring, 10o lb.;
sunflsh, lOo lb.; red snapper, 16c lb. ; native
mackerel, 26o lb.; haddock, 12o lb.; cod,
astern, 12c-lGo lb.: flounders, 14o lb.; weak
fish, sea trout, 20o lb.; smelts. 160 lb.
x'ltfh (frext.h) Halllbut,. ooaiit frozen, 20c
lb.; salmon, red, coast frozen, 2.0c lb.; black
cod sable fish, coast frozen, 14c lb.; catfish,
small,'- a bargain, 15o lb,; black bass, odd
slie, 2So lb, ; ' large.N 20o lb.; trout. No. 1,
SOo lb.; whltefish, medium, 16o lb.; large,
0o lb.; pike, No. 1. dressed, 16c lb.; pickerel,
drcseed, 12o lb., crappiea, medium.. 10o lb.;
small, So lb.; buffalo, genuine rd., 12o lb.;
buffalo, carp rd.. 9o lb.;. ling tod, 12o lb.;
baracuda, "headless, 14o lb.; flounders, 12o
lb.; -western red snapper, 100 lb.! smelts,
13o lb.; white perch, llo )b.; ttleflsh, 14o
lb. ; yellow ting perch, 1(0 lb.
' Kippered salmon, 10-lh. baskets, $3,60;
kippered cod tr arayfls. 10-lb. . baskets,
$3.30; smoked whit (lakeflsh), 10-lb., $1.10.
Oysters Northern standards, gallon cans,
$2.45; large cam, 68c; small can, $80.
Small selects gallon can. $3,(0; large cans.
6&o; small san. 4 Jo. New fork count, gal
xn cans, $3.00; largo cans, 700.; small cans,
60c, 1 Chesapeake standards', ' gallon can,
$1.7$; large cans, 42c; mll cans, 28c. Ches
apeake seleots, gallon cans, $2.15;'large cans,
48c;. small cans, 820. Cotults, per 100, $1.76.
Blue points, per 190. $1.25; large shells, per
100, $1.50. ,-.." ' . -. . . .
- Celery Mammotb-westOra; per dozen, 95o.
'. Whale moat, 180 lb. , ; . . .
Frogs Louisiana black bulls, Jumbo, $8.25
dozen; large, - $2.75 doron; medium, $1.76
Fruit and vegetable prices furnished by
Glllnsky Fruit company:
Fruits Or nges: 100. 434, S0s. $3.60
box; 126s, 288s, $4,00 box; 160s. 260s. (4 3$
box; 176s, 800s, 216s, $4.60 box. Lemons:
Golden Bowl, S60s, $7.80 box; Silver Cord
860. $7.00 box. Grapfrult: Florida, $6.
46s, 90a. $6.60 box; 64s. 64s, 80s, $0.00 box
Pears: Winter Nellls. $3.60 box; Buerre
Clarglou, $2.75 box; Buerre IX Anjoua, $3 00
box; Colorado Kelfcrs, 12.26 box; Kslftrs,
bushel, (1.60 box; Keif era, 10 bushel lot,
$1.40 box, Grapel; Tokay. $1.50 orate:
Emperor. $4.26 keg; Concords, SOo basket
Apples: Jonathan, extra fancy, $2.00 box;
Jonathan. 176s, smaller, $1.7$ box:
Jonathans, fancy, 16s box less; Grimes'
Golden, all sizes. $2.36 box; Grimes' Golden
113s, smaller, $3.75 box: Grimes' Oolden.
104s. larger, $3.0( box; Grimes' Oolden.
fancy. 25 box least Jonathans, barrels, 5 00
bbl.; other varieties, barrels, $4.00 bbl.
Banana. $3 36 to $4.00 bunch. Cantaloupes,
boneydews. $8.00 crate. .
Vegetables Onions. Spanish, $3.3$. crate;
large crate. $5.60 crate; red. yellow, 2 tic
lb. Cabbage, SMo II.; l.Ooo lot, 24o In.;
ton lots, $40.00 ton. Cucumbers, $1.60 ts
$2.00 d6zen. Lettuce, bead, tOc to $1 00
dozen: leaf, 40o dozen. Celery: Kalamazoo.
40c dozen: Jumbo, SOo Cozen. Beets, car
rot, turnip and parsnips. 2o lb. Radishes,
40o dozen. Garlic, 16o lb. Squash. 10 lb
Rutabagas, to lb.
Delicacies Fresh crab meat, per gal.,
$3.00; fresh hard crabs, large, per dog.,
$2.75; freb scallop, per gal., $3.60; fresh
cooked l.eadless shrimps, $2.00; fresh peeled
shrimps, per gal.. $2.25; shad roe, per pair,
60o; roe shad, each, 85c; blue point, per
100, $1.26; Cotults, $1.75; turtle meat, lb.,
10c: grae frog leg, per doz., S66; jumbo
frog legs, per doz., $3:00; large frog leg, per
doz., 32.60; medium frog legs, per doz., $1 75.
Nuts Cocoanuti;: Backs, $7.60; dosen,
$1.00. Peanut: No. 1, raw. lb.. 11 Ho;
No 1, roasted, lb., 12c; Jumbo, raw,
lb., 12Hc Jumbo, roasted lb., 13 He;
salted, can, $3.00. Walnuts, lb., 24a.
Peanuts No. 1 raw. lltia lb.; No, 1
roaated, 12VjO Ib.i Jumbo, raw. 12'4a lb.:
Jumbo, roasted, 13Ho lb.; salted, $2.00 can.
Walnuts, arrival. 34V,o lb.
New York Money Market.
New York, Nov. 30. Prime Mercantile
Paper 6 54 per cent.- .
Sterling Exchange Sixty-day bills,
$4.71 Ml commercial sixty-day bills on banks,
$4.71; commercial sixty-day Lille, $1.70;
demand, $4.76U; cables, $4.76 7-16.
Silver Bar, $44c; Mexican dollars, MVic
Bonds Government, easy; railroad,
Tim Loans Firm l sixty day and ninety
day. $tt06tt par cent; six month, (i
6 par cent.
Call Money Strong: highest, 6 per oent;
lowest, ( per cent; ruling rate, ( per cent;
oloitng bid, t per oent; offered at 6ft per
oent; last loan, 6 per cent.
U. S. 2s rog... 96Ot NO. 1st 414 90
do coupon .. 96 14 111. Cen. r. 4s., 79
U. S. 3s reg... 99 Int. M. M. 6s., 94
do coupon .. 99 K. C. S. r. 6s.. 76
V. B. Xlb. 38 98.91L. & N. un 4s.. 86V,
17. & 4 reg... 104 M K T 1st 4s $7
do coupon... .104 Mo. Pac. gen. 4 64 Vi
Am, F. 8, 6s.. 93 Mont, Power 6 69
A. T. A T. 0. 6 98 N. T. C. d, 6s., 93
Anglo-French 6s 90 No. Pac. 4 .... (3
Arm. 4V Co. 4 Vis 84 do 3 (8
Atchison gen. 4 820. 8. L. r. 4 83
B. A O. c. 4V4a 7(Pao. T. St T. ( 03
Beth Steel r. ( 89 Penn. con, 4 Vis. 98
Cen. Leather' 6 95 do gen. 4., 91
Cen. Pacific lit. 80 Reading r. 4 83
C. 4k O. 0. 6.. 74 8 L A U F a 9s 68
C. B. A Q. j. 4 (3 So. Pac. cv. 6s., 89
C M A 8 P J 4s 73 Bo. Ry. 6s (3
C R I A P r 4 62 tTex. & Pac. 1st $0
C. A 8. r. 4 71 Union Pacific 4 88
D. A R. O. r. 6s 47 U. S. Rubber 5 76
Dom of C. 6s.. 91 U. 8. Steal 6,. 99
Eri gsn, 4... 46 Wabash 1st .... 95
Oen. Else. to.. ($ Bld. tOffered.
Xvaporatcd Apple and Dried Fruit.
New Tork, Nov. 80. Evaporated apples,
firm; choice, 1617o; prime, 14 16c.
Prunes, scare; California, 1619o,;
Oregon. 12 14c.
Apricots, few offered; fancy, 20c.
Peaches, scarce; standard, 12c; choice,
12c; faacy, 13o.
Raisins, firm; loose muscatels, 7 99p;
oholce to fancy seedud, 10 iff He; seedless,
1001040; London layer. $1.80.
' Kansas City IVod ne Market.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov.- $0. Butter, tgga
aad poultry unchanged. , -
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Receipts Are Liberal, Mostly
.Wheat; Cash Corn Steady
to Lower; Oats Slow;
v- Omaha, November SO, l$17.
Arrival ot grain over the holiday war
rather liberal, 366 cars being reported. Of
these 93 cars er wheat, while receipt ot
corn and oats were 72 cr ot each. Twenty-two
cars of rye and iven cars of barley
were also on hand.
Cash corn was quoted- unchanged to (0
lower, based on the sales of new corn, HO
aales ot old being made up to till time.
These sample wer dlsposeM of more quick
ly today, the bulk of thos received today
showing a material Increase In quality,
although soma still contain considerable
moisture. Buyer, however, take only
what they can handle readily, The greater
part of the corn which ha arrived ner
and elsewhere ha been disposed of to rereal
mills at various points, while the low grade
sour atuff contain considerable acid and
la being used 4n the distilling of alcohol.
No. 3 yellow sold at $1.60 and $1.80 and the
.Vo. 4 grade at $1.66. Nq. 4 white sold at
$1.60 and $1.76, while two sale ot old No.
2 mixed were made at $1.86.
The spot demand for oats was rather
low. and export hid practically absent,
Quotations on this arttol wer somewhat
lower, ranging from lo to lUo. Local buy
era took the most of these offerings, while
several sample wer left unsold, No. t
old at 73 0 and standard grade eat at
73Hc while th bulk of tha No. $ whit
old at 12o and a few brought l(e.
Receipt of rye were out of the ordinary,
arrivals today exceeding those of lata by
several cars, 13 cars showing up, mostly (II
of whlcli found a ready market Sales
ranged from o higher to a oent below
Wednesday's prices, No. t rye (old at $1.7$
and $1.7$ and the No. 3 at $176. -
Barley wa In good demand and sold up
3c, the No, 3 malting bringing $1.$S, while
tha No. 8 grade brought $1.80 and 1.I3.
No. 4 barley sold at $1.30 and $1.82 and the
No. 1 feed sold at (1.38 and (!.!(.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour equal
to (69,000 bushels; corn, 19,000 busbeli; oat,
Primary wheat receipt! wer 1,4(7,000
bushels and shipments $11,000 bushels,
against receipts of 1,380,000 bushels and
shipments of 1,621,000 bushels last year.
Primary corn reoelpta war l.OK.OOO bush
els and shipments 367.000 bushels, agalnat
receipta ot 1,614,000 bushel and ihlgmenta
ot 649,000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts wer 1,6(9.060 bush
el and shipments 1,339,000 bushels, (gainst
rerelpts of 1,122,000 bushels and shipment
of (74,000 buahels last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
'fhtrago ( 201 1
Minneapolis .......689 ... ...
Omaha ......... ..... ,, 93 73 -79
Kansas City 93 (1 89
St. Louis 90 144 109
Winnipeg TOI ... ,..
Thes sale went reported today:
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: T oars, 1115.
Not I hard winter: 18 cars," $3.11. No. 3
hard winter:: 7 car and 1 bulkhead, $2 09.
No. 2 ye,llow hard winter: 1 car, $3,08,
No. I yellow hard winter: 1 car, $3.05
No. 1 northern spring: - I cars and 1 bulk
head, $2.16. No. 2 northern spring: 4 cars
and 1 bulkhead, $3.13. No. 1 dark northern
spring: 8 cars, iz.l. no. i dark norm
ern spring: 1 cars, $3.1(.f
Ryer-No, 3; 1 car, $1.76 il ears, $1.7$,
No. $: i car. $1.76. No. 4: 1 oar. $1.74,
Sample: 1 car, $1,74; 1 car (wheat mixed),
$1.74: 1 car (wheat mixed). $1.73.
Barley No. 3: 2 cars, $1.33. No. tl 2
cars, $1.33; 1 car, $1.80. No. 4: 1 oar,
41.82; 1 car, $1.30. To. 1 feed: 1 car, $1.29;
I cars, 11. zs. sample; 1 car, 11,10,
Corn No, 4 whit: 1 car, $1.75; cars,
$1.60,. No.. 5 white: 1 car. II.6T1 I cars,
$1.56. No. ( white:' 2 can, $1.26. Sam
pi white: 1 car, $1.15. No. S ydlow: 3
cars, $1. SO; 8-5 car, $1.60. no. yellow:
9 3-6 cars, $1.65. No. 6 yellow: ( cars
$1.65: 7 cars, $1.60; 8-5 car, $1.45. No.
yellow: 1 car, $1.40; 3 cars 31.86; 6 rare,
$1.80; 2-3 car (musty), $1.00. Snmpln yel
low: 1 car. $1.25; 1 car, $1.10. No. 3
mixed: 1 1-3 cars, $1.85. No. 6 mixed; 1
car, $1.40; 1 car, $1.46; car, $1,43) 4
car, $1.40. No. ( mixed: "1 car. $1.(0; 1
car, $1.30; 1 car, $1.16; 3-5 car, $1.15: 3-6
car, $1.16. Sample mixed: 1 car, $1.10; 1
ear. $1.00. . . .... ,
Oats No. 2 white: 4 cars, 7!d. Stand
ard: 2 ars, 72c. No. 1 white: 3 ear,
72c: 16 cars, 72o. No. 4 White: 4 cars,
71 c. Sample whit:- 1 -car (barley
mlxedl. 72 c: 1 car. 72c: I car. 71 Ho
6 cars, 71 o, No. 8 mixed--1 car, 720.
no. s rninea: "I'car, line.
, Cash Prloes Corn: No. 4 white, $1,604)
1.75; No. 5 white. $1.561.67j No. ( whlto,
(1.80O1.26; sample white, $1.1601.16; No. t
yellow, $1.76(211,80: No. 4 yellow, $1.(091.6$;
No, 5 yellow, $1.461.60; No. 0 yellow, $1.00
1.40; sample yellow, $1.1091.2(; No. I
mixed, $1.8001.85; No. 6 mixed. $1.4091.4$;
No. 6 mixed, $1.151. 3;0; sample mixed,
$1.0001-10. OaU: No. X white,. 73 78oj
standard, 72372c; No. 3 white. 72SP72VSe;
No. 4 white, 7171c Barley: Malting,
$1.8001.34: No. 1 feed, $1.301.27, Ry:
No. 3. $1.760176; No. (, $1.74 01.7$.
Local ran go ot option: .
Art- j Open.-
High. I Low, Close, Ye.
1 JO 120
l to hso
Chicago. 12:30 price, furnished The Bee
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain broker,
315 South Sixteenth (treat, Omaha:
Art I Open. I High. Low. ' Close, j Tost.
Jan. 121 1 21 120 1 20 121
Dec. 124 1 24 123 1 38 134
May lit 119 11$ 111 11$
Deo. 72 73 Tt U T2
May 70 70 (( . ($ (9
Jan. 48 00 48 30 47 00 47 80 4$ $6
Jan. 36 20 25 35 24 (0 34 95 26 85
May 25 02 26 03 24 80 34 $0 . 26 23
Jan. 25 99 26 00 36 (0 1$ $7 3( 0$
May 25 76 26 (6 26 (2 36 63 35 (0
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Trains of Empty Car Moving Into Corn
lie it LAwer inoa.
. Chicago, Nov. 80. Train of empty ear
moving freely Into tha corn belt brought
about lower price today for oorn. The mar-
ket closed weak, o to lo down, with
January $1.20 and May $1.18 to $1.18
Oat declined c to lo net and provision
fell 25 cents, to $1.05, . .
Reports from station where one to two
empty cars a week ba of late been the
rule, sent word today that an averag ot
a dozen had been made available. As tha
car thus supplied will not run cast of Chi
cago, the beginning of a genuine accumula
tion of corn hers seemed reasonably as
sured. In this connection, It wa said, east
ern demand was being filled from the record
crop In Delaware, Maryland, New Tork and
Pennsylvania. under aucn conditions
little strength which unfavorable weather
developed In the market at the outset gave
way late In ' the day to decided bearish
sentiment and to an .accompanying material
setback of values. . -
Assertions that 1,000,000 bushels of oata
would be delivered tomorrow on December
contracts, did a good deal to relax the oats
market. Moreover, betterment of the car
situation attracted much notice.- .
Holders of lard attempting to unload to
day disclosed that provision were Without
aggressive support. The result wa (wlft
drop in prices.
Corn No. 2 yellow and No. I yellow,
nominal; No. 4 yellow, $1.7301.71
Oats No. 3 white, 7$074c; standard,
Rye No. 2, $1.80.
Barley $1.101. 40.
Seeds Timothy, $5.0007.60; clover, '$20.00
Provisions Pork, nominal; lard, $26.(00
26.(0; ribs, $27.50.
New York (ieneral Market. '
Nw Tork, Nov. 30. Flour Quiet; spring
patents, $10.66010.66; winter patents, $10.66
010.76; winter straights. $19.30010.60)
Kansas straight, $11.00011.66.
Cornmeal Firm; fin whit and yellow,
$4.(504.90; coarse, $4.764T4.$5.
Rye Steady; No. 3 western, $1.89; 0. 1. f..
Barley Quiet; feeding, $1.0501.10; malt
ing, ll.2Etol.35; California, $1.40; e. L f
Corn Spot, firm: new yellow, $1.99, 0. I.
t, New York, 10-day shipment; Argentine,
$2.0(02.10, f. o. b., cars. New York, to ar
rive, Oats Spot, unsettled) standard, 79 9
Hay Firm: No. 1, $1.7$; No. 2, $1,6$;
No. $, $1.4601.60; shipping, $1.$J91 $0,
Hide Steady; Bogota, 41o; Central
Leather Firm; hemlock sole, over,
weights, No. 1, 6I0; No. 2, 49c
Provisions Pork, strong; mess, $51.00;
family, $54.0066.00; short clear, $52.00 Sp
64.00. Lard, weak; middle west, $20.40 if
Rlce--Nomlnal; fancy head, 3 09c; blue
Tallow Steady; city shipment, loose, 18c
Cheese Market stady; receipts, 117
boxes; state, fresh special, 2$o state
fresh averag run, 33 a, 1
Butter Firm; reoelpta, 2,(0$ tub) cream
ery higher tha extraa, 4904$e reamery
extras (9$ scsre), 4$94$; firsts. 4$ 9
41: Moond, 40 9480.
Egg Market steady; receipta, (,381
cases; fresh gathered eatras, ($9 (to) extra
flmta. (79$6o; firsts, (40tte; seconds, 47
9i$o; refrigerator special mark. 14K9
$5c; refrigerator first. ($9(4c
Poultry Dressed : Market easlari chick
en and fowl, markst unchanged; turkey,
( to 10 pound (lad ever, fresh fancy west
Dl'N'S BEVIEW OF TRADE.
General Coadltloa Knslneas Whnleeom;
Former Excited Buying Absent,
New York, Nov. 30, Dun' review tomor
row will say;
"Entering en tb closing month of a most
remarkable year, business reflect tuatalned
activity In many dtreolion and underlying
strength In about all It branches. What
Is especially Important ts the fact that at
bottom general conditions are wholesome,
and mora so than a year ago, for the com
petltlv and excited buying which waa then
so conspicuous a feature in certain Quarters
Is aow absent and the great rise In prices
of some leading commodities has been
checked through official action, or from dif
ferent causes. But while the disposition to
make forward commitment with Increased
caution, and to provide against possible con,
tlngenclea In the future, la reasaurlng, there
are still many drawbacks to the situation
and the new . and extraordinary problems
which are being encountered hinder progress
in the Industrial field, aa In mercantile ohan
pels. The aeriourness of the congestion tn rail,
road transportation Is evidenced by the un
precedented measure tsken to relieve the
pressure and while producing facilities have
been further Improved and extended, with
much new capacity available, manufacture
Ing operation are frequently hampered and
outputs curtailed because of the delay
In obtaining fuel and other urgently need
ed material, or owing to th ehortag of
Weekly bank clearing, $4,133,3(1,43$.."
f offe Market, ' v
New Tork, Nov. $0. Coffe Th official
cablea from Ilraill reported a reduction ot
a million bags In the figure on th Santo
stock to cover the purchases of tha Brazil
ian government up to November $4. Thle
coffee, of course, remain In Brazil, but It
I expected that It will be held until an
adequate demand develop and th alluatlon
In this respect may have been partly respon.
sible for the steadier ruling of futures here
during the early trading. Soma buying
may also have been caused by tho revived
talk of peace prospect and after opening
$ to ( point higher, active month sold
T to 11 points net higher, with March touch
ing T.24o and September T.T80. Th bulge
met realising and cattred trad idling,
which rauted reactions ot a few potnta
later with the market closing 2 to i points
net higher, December, (.$$0; January. $.(Te;
March, T.lTc; May, T.Jlc; July, T.49o; Sep,
Spot coffee wa reported tn a fair de
mand, with prices steady at f o for Rio 7s,
and (o for Santos 4a. Few fresh offer
wer reported In the cost and, freight mar
ket with quotations Irregular.
Tha official cablea showed an advance of
60 rel In the Rio market, Santos ipot were
50 rel lower and future $6 lower to ((
Hoeton Wool Market,
Boston, Nov, $0. Th CorhmclaI Bul
letin tomorrow wilt say:
Except in a few Instance Boston wool
merchant report a quiet market during
the week. Value keep very firm for all
grade and especially so for wool adapted
to military needs, Th altuatlon at the
mill ha changed very little, new business
being exceedingly moderate.
Scoured Basis Taxes: Fine 1$ months,
$1 6801.73: fins, $ month, (1.6601.69. Call
fornlat - Northern, $1.76(01,75: middle
county, $1.6691.60; couth, $1.4 5 91.60,
Oregon! Eaatern, No. 1 staple, $1.(0; mat
era clothing, (1,(091.(0; valley. No. 1,
(1.(091.66; territory, fin .staple, $1.80
1.85 i half blood combing, $1.761. 10;
three-eighth blood combing, $1.4601.60;
fin clothing. $1.(091,(5; fine medium
Pulled: Extra. $1.(091.1$; A A. $1.70
1.80,-, A supers, $1.60 91.66.
Omaha Hay Market,
Receipts are larger on both alfalfa and
pralrla hay, and the demand continue good
on prarls .hay with price eome higher.
Alfalfa I some weaker.
Hay Choice upland prairie, (34.00. No. 1,
$2t.00O2$.00. No. 2, $18.00019.50. No. $,
$l$.00OK00. No. 1 midland prairie hay,
(22.00933.00. No. 2, $18.00911 (0. No. 1
lowland prnlrle hay, $17,00018.00. No. 2,
$14.00011.00. No. t, $18,60013.60.
Alfalfa Choloe. $31.00. No. L 111.009
80.00. Standard, $56.00018 00. No. 1, $24.00
925.00, NO. I, 111.00 998.00. I
Straw Oat. $9,60; wheat. $9.00. '
" ' " Chicago Produce Market, -
Chicago, Nov. (0. Butter: Market firm;
Eggs Receipt, 4, $9$ oaseei market un
Potatoe Marlaet lower; receipt, 4$ care;
Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota, bulk,
$1.(091.70; Wisconsin, Michigan and Min
nesota, sacks, $1.76(i'1.80.
Poultry Alive: Market lower) fowls,
140 18o; spring, 18o; turkeys, 30o,
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga Nov, to, Turpentine
Firm, 4894(o; sales, $11 bbls. ; reeelpts,
242 bbl.; (hlpmenta, 220 bbl.; atook, 22,
Roeln Firm; sales, 1,3(1 bbls.; receipt,
8(1 bbls.; shipment, 1,163 bbl.; (took, 77,.
97$ bbls. Quotations: B, D, $(.8O0t.$6; E,
$(.4$9( 37; F, O, $6,369( 40; H, $(.(89
(.46; I, $6.4696.(0; K, $(.109( (5 M, $7.00
7.02; N, $7.8$; WO. (7,60; WW, $7.68,
1 Minneapolis Grain Market.
Minneapolis, Minn,, Nor. 10. Flour: Mar
Bran $$(.00937.00. .
Corn No. 2 yellow, $1.1(93.(0.
Oata No, 2 white, 70971c
New Tork Metal Market
New Tork, Nov. 30. Metal Tin, poml
nal at $80.00. Lead, quiet; spot, $6. $7.
Spelter, quiet) Cast Bt Louis delivery, pot,
At .London Copper: Spot, (lift; futures,
110: electrolytic, 128. Tin: Spot, 1291;
futures, 289 1??. Lead: Spot, (80 10s; fu
tures, 21 10s. Spelter: Spot, 154; futures,
New Tork Dry ilood Market.
New Torkj Nov. 80. Dry Goods Cotton
goods and yarns here today were firm and
tending higher. Many line have been with
drawn from the market 'aa the mill bave
old all they think necessary under present
conditions. - Wool market wera firm,- with
business light.- Silks wera steady, with
trade of moderate volume. Ready-to-wear
line war quiet.
New York Cotton Market. '
New York, Nov. 30. Cotton Futures
opened firm; December. 80.40c: January.
29.(0o; March, 29.15c; May, Jl.tOo; July,
Cotton future closed steady) December,
80.80c; January, 11.61c; March, 11.12c; May,
28.97c; July, 28.65c.
Spot cotton, markot quiet; middling, 21c
Kansas City Grain Market.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 30. Corn No. 3
mixed, $1.8691. It; No. 2 white, $T00; No.
2 yellow. $2.0$2.06; December. $1.26
1.26; January, $1.21 HD 1.28 V4.
Oats-No. 3 white, 76 c; No. 2 mixed,
Liverpool Cotton Market.
Liverpool, Nov. 30. Cotton Spot quiet;
prices unchanged; good middling, It.OOd;
middling, 2$.47d; low middling, 31.95d; good
ordinary, 30.95d; ordinary, 80.42dl eales,
4,000 bales, Including 3,600 American) re
ceipt, 26,000 head.
St. Louie Grain Market.
St Louis, Mo., Nov, 10. Corn No. 2,
$1.76; No. 3 white, $1.16; December, $1.38;
Oats No, 3, 7!974o) No. 1 white, T49
Duluth Linsd Market,
Duluth, Nov. $0. Llnssed On track,
t$.lt0$.26: to arrive. 11.11U: ta ir.
rive, December $, $3.20: November,
$316; December $3.1$ bid; May, $$.14
1 London Money Market.
London, Nov, 10. Silver Bar, 42 d par
Money 2 per cent.
Discount Rates Short bill. 4 per cent:
three-month bills, 4 per cent
New York Sugar Market
eteady: centrifugal, 1.10c: molassee, (.01o
New Tork Cotton Mai ket,
New Tork. Nov. 30. The cotton market
today closed steady at a net advance of 6
to 40 points.
London Stock Exchange,
London, Nov. 30. American securities
wer firm on the stock exchange today.
Looking for work? Turn to thi
Help Wanted Column now. You
will nd, huadreii of positions listed
NEW YORK STOCKS
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British Peace Suggestions and
Russo-German Negotiations 7
Reflect Unfavorably on
New Tork. Nov. 20. Coming on th eve
of the inter-allied eonferenae, Wall etreet
chose to attach 'unfavorable conclusions to
day to latest peace suggestion smanatlng
rrom a high untisn autnoruy ana me
Teutonlo nsgotlatiaiia , with tb Russian
radical clement. - "
Ralls yielded from 1 to almost ( points,,
anveral representative issues of tnat group -"
making new minimum for periods ranging
from a decade to over a generation. These
Included Pennsylvania at 41 and Baltimore
A Ohio at 45.
. Supplementary October railway earnings
offered no ground for encouragement.
Canadian Paclflo reporting a- net loss of
over $600,000. Baltimore A Ohio almost aa
much and Lehigh Valley about $460,000.
The war division averaged extreme de
cline of 1 to t point. Similar recession
were registered by a wide variety "of ape- '
olaltles. Buying power,' or at least demand,
was negligible, but moderate aupport ef
fected some substantial recoveries -in the
latter part ot the lethargic session.
Many stocks sold "ex-divldend" and In i
several noteworthy Instance these were ma- '
terlally caught up with. United States
Steel, minus It regular and extra dividends -of
4M per cant gradually hardened, cloning
at a net loss of ot a point ;
Standard rails, shipping and copper, also
rallied In the final hour, tha market' tone
at the flntah being Irregular, rather than
heavy. Sale amounted to (70,(00 shares. - !
Call money to ( per cent waa ascribed to
December dividend requirement. Italian
exchange wa again heavy, but other con- ,
tlnentat rates wer scarcely altered.
Interest In the heavy bond - market ,
centered around the liberty Issue with :
the 4 at $7.14 to (MO and th 1' at
91.(1 to (9.00. Total salea, par valve, ag
gregated $4,750,000. Valted State bonds,
old Issues, unchanged on call. - - "
The governing committee of the stock v
exchange today notified member that war
tax stamps must be affixed to itock de
liveries beginning tomorrow.
Number of sale and rang of price ef
the leading stocka; . . ,
Sale. High. Lew. Close.
Amer. Beet Sugar. TOO Tt Tt
American Can ... T.600 Jt $$
American C. A F. , (09 (!.($
A mar, 8. A R....
Amer. Sugar Ref.,
Amer. T. A T...
Amer. L. A S,.
A., 0. A W. I. 8. U
Bal. A Ohio.,,..
Butte A Sup, Cop.
Cel. Petroleum ..
Central Leather ,
Ches. A Ohio . ...
C., M. A Bt P....
C. R. I. A P. etfe
Chlno Copper ...
Colo. F. A I.;...'.
Corn Product Ref.
Crucible Steel ...
Cuba Cane Sugar,,
10,900 ; (t
1(00 ' 48
106 106 t
moo-$$ 110 ;n$
2,(00 66 (6 ' 66 "
2.000 46 ,45., 46 :
3.608 36 86 3(
41 01; (1 ij
is ii J -
General Electric, 6,400
Oaneral Motor ., 2,(00
Ot No, pfd TOO
Ot. No. Ore ctfe... (00
llllnola Central..., .....
Inspiration Cop 3,400
tnt M. M. pfd.,. 18,100
Inter, Nickel .... l.ino
Inter, Paper ...... 1,300
K. C. Southern ., 400
Kennecott Copper.. i,800
1 $7' 88
Louis. A Nashville
Nevada Copper . .
New Tork Central.
N. T N. H. A II..
Nor. A W. (ex. d.)
Paoiflo Mall ......
Pennsylvania . ....
Kay Con. Cop...
Republic I. A 8..
Hhattuck Arl. Cop.
78 79 '
100 1011a 103
600 , 81 $3
Y.ioO 45 Vs",
2,200 - 24
Txa Co.' 2,000 141 139 141
Union Fao. (ex. d.) 2.700 112 110 112
V. & Ind. Alcohol. 1,800 111 109 111
V. ft Steel 79,100 92 90 91
U. 8. Steel pfd... ' (00 108 108 108
Utah Copper .' (,600 76 75 75
Wabash pfd "B.",. 30
Western Union ,. . ... . . ... 82
West Eloo. 1,100 88 88 88
Washington, Nov, 3Q-Ever police
official in the country will become a
part of the great machine organized
tor building the national army, under
War department plans announced to
day by Provost Marshal General.
Crowder. Postal authorities also will
play an active part in helping to carry
out the new regulations and . the; de
partment believes that with the aid of
these two agencies, local exemption
boards ' Will be greatly assisted in
registering the men and getting them
to the training camps as they are
Police throughout the nation will be
firesent to take in custody men, who '
ail to report for physical examination
or who violate any of the new-rules
and regulations. They ' also will - be
charged to arrest and deliver to
camps, men who have been inducted
into the military service by the local
boards and who fait to, entrain ; for'
mobilization, ' Such men are classed
under military law as deserters and "
rewards of $50 will be paid for their .
arrest and delivery at the camps.
All the elaborate machinery of the ?
Postoffice department will be used to;
see that questionaries are delivered',
to the men and-are returned by them,
within the seven days time limit al
lowed for filling' them' out. i Postal
officials also have been instructed by
President Wilson and ; Postmaster
Burleson to co-operate to the fullest
extent with the local boardsi in de
livering and forwarding, notices to
registrants, particularly notices of en
traintnent, as failure to, respond to,
this notice classes the registrant as,,
a deserter. - .
Hamilton to South
Report has it that Jimmy Hamilton,
who last year managed the Musko
gee team of the Central league, will
next year lead the Shreveport Texas
league team, succeeding Sydy Smith,
who has retired from base ball.
From lOc to $5,25
Union OU of Cuba recently advanc
ed from 10 to 16.26 prbare. Cuba'
ia rapidly developing a high-grade oil
field oil (c celling at $4.00 per bar
rel Writ for Circular "U" containing
very interesting Information, and list
of investment suggestions, U. S. and
Cuban banking reference.
Cuban Securities Co
Maniana do Gomes 501
HAVANA, CUBA. V
Member Bolaa Libre da la flavana
(Ha van Curb Market Association)
Swift & Company ' -r
Ualra Stock Tardi. . - Chicago, , Dec. tt -
Dividend No. 127 v
Dividend of TWO DOLLARS ($2.00) per ihara :
n tbecapiUl tock of Swift A Company, will be
paid on January 1st 1918. to tockholdera of '
record; .December Kt 1317, aa shown on tn books
Of tbeCmpaay. ....... , "
Jaceoont of aanoal tneettntf tranaf er boolra ,
will be elosedfrora Dee. 10, 1917 to Jan. 10. 1918.
taolotitt, vf . S. liAYWA&D, Seer.twy
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