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Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
808 S. 16th. Douglas 4163.
Phona Douglas 288 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
16th nd Jackson B.
Expert services; prompt attention.. Tout
moving, your packing, your storage
Main office. Central Furniture Store,
17th and Howard. Tel. Doug. 7785.
Globe 'Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
torlng call Tyler 280 or Douglas 4338
Jf1 T?!?!?'!""! Express Co., Moving,
. J. SXEjEjV Packing .and Storage.
HOT Farnam St. Web. 2748. Doug. 614(1.
Needed to sell 1015, Orand Ave., just
'round the corner from Florence Blvd.,
near the "Prettiest Mile" and the beau
tiful Charles W. Martin home. Owner says
cut It loose for 13,200, though he figures
t house would cost 14,000 and lot (1,500. All
modern, Including oil heat; pavement paid
In full. Home owners on all sides, who
keep their lawns up like parks. So close
to Florence , boulevard, partakes pf Its
character. Act quickly If Interested.
116 Omaha, Nat. Bank. D. 314.
to move Into a brand new 5-room house In
a good neighborhood If I can give yon
practically your own terms? 'House is
strictly modern. Go oi)t today. Phone
Doug. 3628.
MY 6-RMi HOUSE, modern ex. heat; lot
60x120; fruit and Bhade trees, chicken
coop; close to car line; for sale ata sac
rifice. Am leaving city. Will take late
model car as part payment. Call at place,
2417 Maple St. Web. 3055.
KOUNTZE PLACE Modern 8-room house,
full basement, large lot, close to car. Price
$3,350. Norris & Norria, D, 4270.
OAK bungalow, 6 rms., brand. new, atl mod
very attractive, $3,150; only small amount
cash, bal. like rent. P. 3140. . , ,
MINNB LUSA homes . and lots offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
LET me show you my brand new stucco
bungalow; finely finished, excellent loca
tion A real bargain at 33.860. Rc
sonants terms. CaTTOwner. Douglas 1723.
Keal ustate ana insurance.
1320 Farnam St. Doug. 1064,
806 1st Nafl Jk. Bldg. Doug. 1784.
REM ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
BUSINESS properties and investments.
T A. I. luivnii uu siwi.,
. 620 Flrst Nat. Bank Bldg.'
Income, Business nd Trackage Specialist.
ikh. and Dodee 8ts. Douglas 415.
City Real Estate.
Douglas 1571, 222 Brandels Theater.
f b A. WOLF, Realtor. Ware Blk. Specialist
In downtown ousiness property.
99x132 brick buildings, 14th and
Leavenworth, for sale or for rent.
All or part.
D, 8406.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
Hav full lots on Plnkney street,
south front, at ISth Av among beautiful
new homes. Priced to sell, can give terms.
Douglas 6886. 81 First Nat. Bk. Bldg.
"r Smith
fOR SALE Lot 18, Mock 2, Rush and
Selby addition to Solh Omaha. Make
m. an offer. No reasonab offer rs
fused J. H. Stone. North Platte, Neb.
ELrQB garden lots Bear car Jlne. paved
treet $126 to $195. $1 down. oug. 6074.
" That extra room will pay your coal
bill, ftent it through a Bee Want Ad.
One Acre Paved Road
This -home is located in'Benson Gar
den, .addition, is right on paved rtto
full cemented basement with floor drain.
Both Inside and outside entrance. Four
iTlee large rooms and bath on first floor:
flvmg worn and dining room finished in
eakV Has electrlo lights, cesspool and a
Water system. A good chicken house. This
U m Ideal Ssr. Call Tyler 1860 evenings
ir Tyler 60durlng the daytime and ask
for Mr. Clark. '
Mr. Man, Take Warning!
Here Is a little farm of 16 acres that Is
prTette.Ur acreage now B J
Is highly improved and can buy It at
little more than farm lann pnen.
, iewfon March 1. Price $276 but owner
ri.. ff- Do vou get this? Act
Quick, as It will be gone. Address
Graham-Peters Realty Co.,
$2 Omaha Nat. Bank. Omaha.
$100 CASH-
rive rooms, strictly modern, oak floor..
MManteed furnace, full lot. convenient
fTir In BeSon.Se. this todar.
This Is lorated north of Krug park,
having east frontage on 52d.St. of 330 ft.
Improvements consist of new( 2-story,
7-room modern house, having furnace
heat, wa,ter pressure system, etc.; good
tiled well, with unlimited supply of wa
ter, 75-barrel cistern, good chicken
house, fine brick arched cave, 1H acres
of cherry orchard containing 300 trees,
surrounded with 5-foot woven wire fence
on red cedar posts, 2 acres In grapes, H
acre In young orchard. All fruit three
years old; beginning to bear this year.
Land la Isvel, lies high and sightly and
Improvements are all new and attractive.
This place Is clear of ill encumbrance
and must be seen to be appreciated.
Price $8,000. Irr.pVovements alone worth
$5,00,0. $1,000 per acre has been refused
'for unimproved land adjoining this. Do
not-fall to look this up if you want
something good.
GEORGE & CO. Phone D. 756.
Acreage, Snap ,
7 IS acres at 48th and Brown, owner
will sell 8 acres or all. Just over the city
limits, 2 aores good fruit-bearing trees;
balance under cultivation. 7-room house;
good barn; chicken house, partly fenced,
chicken tight; til kinds of small fruit.
Pries of this acreage is $7,500. Only 5
blocks from car line, paved street, and
Grand Ave. school. If looking for a good
home, as well as lot of ground to raise
your llvtng. don't fall to see this.
637 Omaha Nat. Bk. BIdg. D. 1781.
A LARGE suburban tract of ground outside
city limits, near carltne. Ideal flsce to
' raise poultry or garden. This Is a 300-ft.
frontaoe for $510; will sell on easy terms.
Telephone Walnut 3466.
1, 2 and 6 acre tracts tor sals or exchange.
Call Mr. Browne.
13-14 City Nat':. Doug. 2810.
10 ACRES with 7-r. mod. bouse, hot water
heat, barn and pump house, $1,000. F. D,
Wead, 810 8. ISth St.
We have ready buyers at all times for a
SNAP; either a Jlouse, income or purely
speculative property. Bring your bargain to
us for quick action.
Ws have pr brick businet) block
almost new. In center of Omaha's big bust.
N ness, net Income vundef lease $5,000 per
year. Owner wants gopd central Nebraska
form. ,
tS'. S. & R. E. Montgomery
'. SI3 City National.
WE HAV1; sevcia good reliable buyers for
6 and 6-rooiii housts and bungalows with
3300 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co. Tyler 496. 701 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg.
Arkansas Lands.
Our next excursion to McGehee, Ark.
Colorado Lands.
$12,800-BUYS a Rood rancfr if taken soon.
487 acres in body, 100 acres within lVi
nfiles of same. 27D acres under plow and
fence, two pit silos 12x29, one pit silo
16x25; fair Improvements; house, sheds,
stables, cave; als have 1,280 acres under
yearly lease. 640 acres under three-year
lease and 640 acres school land under
five-year lease, all to go with same, one
third cash, balance terms to suit pur
chaser at 6V4 per cent interest, 3nllca
from town. Address
First View, Colorado.
WHEAT lands. Kit Carson county, Colorado;
. $12.60 to $18 per acre. Wa control 25
choice quarters. Send for booklet Kloke
Investment jjo.. Oman.
Iowa Lands.
160 ACRES improved, 1'4 miles from
Mapleton. la. Price, $20,000. Terms,
$12,000 down, balance 6 years, 6 per cent;
6 per cent off If full payment in cash Is
made. Mrs. 1. II. Stewart. PvO. Box 816.
Scotisbliiff. Neb
Kansas Lands.
!,588 acres Improved, alfalfa, wheat,
stock ranch, 125; teams. ,-
. 160 acres, Improved, $1,000 and 6000
bushels of wheat; no Interest.
' - ,. HAYS, KAN.
Minnesota Lands.
COMS to the rich -clover, grass and oorn
belt along new Soo line. 60 miles Ht.
Paul-Minneapolis. Landseekers all say,
"I saw nothing better." You'll like this
wonderfully prosperous stock and dairy
region, too. Rich soils, hard' wood tim
ber, - plenty rainfall, healthful climate,
beautiful lakes, t fine schools, creameries
everywhere. Prlc $15 per acre and up, im
proved or wild; easy terms. Map and
list free. Baker, N. A. 117, St. Croix
Falls, Wis. -
Miannri T.snda
GREAT BARGAINS $o down, $5 monthly.
buys 40 acres, good fruit and poultry
land, near town,- southern Missouri. Price
only $220. 'Address Box 282, Springfield,
Montana Lands.
Improved farm of 480 acres, 350 acres
under cultivation, nearly all In wheat;
only $50 per acre; on fcvorable torms.
Oreoon Lands.
NlJW Jordan Valley Project Heart of the
range. Get on th ground floor with 80
acres Irrigated land In connection with
open range. You en grow stock success-
fully and cheaply. 'Personally conducted
excursion every tw- wteks. Bend for bul
letin. Harley J. Hooker, $40 1st National
Bank Bldg. .
Nebraska Lands.
14,400 acres well Improved cattle ranch
In western Nebraska, seven mile, from
railroad. Will run 2,000 head of cattle
the year around. Three men can operate
the place. One ef the very best ranches
in the state. Write us for full particu
lars. - Omaha, Neb. '
1 (00 ACRES, part Imp., Thomas Co. ranch.
'Average 00 tons hay yearly. $6.00 acre
cash. Seward Bros., 678 Brandels Bldg.
D. 3840, v
400 ACRES In the heart of Merrick county;
J1 An vnrth nf lm nhtVCmil) 1. 1 176.000.
half cash if taken soon. Owner Gustaf
A. Anderson, westonjvep.
1 280-ACRH ranch for sale at $13.50 per
cattle: Improved smd lake, lots fish. Boys
are arariea. w ni. "
WIB HAVE client, who will pay cash for
bargain, m weir
Nebraska Lands.
LIST your lands for quick results with U
.1 funnn. 3H McCaguo Bldg.. Omahs.
KANCHES or all sizes snd kinds, eaej
terms A. A. Patsman. 301 Karliach Blk,
New York Lands.
428 ACRES. Vi mile from v llage. store,
blacksmith shop, church, sawmill, grist
mill, cheese factory, 4 from ktatton; SO
from Buffalo, population 600,600. Oood
11 -room house, splendid gambrel roof
barn, 43 by 120. litter carrier, fine pig
gery and hennery, sphndtd watte J .ppiy.
lau acres tillable, loo acres timber, bal
ance good pasture; 100 apple treesi In
cluding 68 head uf Holsteln cattle, horse,
bow, 8 pigj. about 500 bu. oats, about ISO
tons hay, disk harrow, land roller, grain
drill, sprlngtooth ' .rows, sulky culti
vator, plows, surrey, manure spreader,
horse rake, gas engine cream sepa.ator.
mowing machine, grain reaper, corn har
vester, ay tedder, wagons, sleighs, small
tools. Price $13,000; $3,000 cash; 6 per
cent Interest. Free list bargains. Ellis
Bros., Springvllle, N. A.
Washington Lands.
FOR SALE At Lyle! Wash., a money-
making orchard and hog farm, 80 acrea.
Fifteen acres In 8-year-old commercial
apples, eight acres alfalfa, balance tilla
ble land and pasture. Nice buildings
and Improvements. 'Sr miles from rail
road depot, and boat landing. A scenic
country. A gentleman's home. Land of
sunshlns. Returns should pay for place
In five years. Price $20,000. John S.
Beall, Portland, Ore.
Wyoming Lands.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms. $50 per a..
Including paid-up water rignts. Henry
Levi & C. M. Rylnnder. 854 Omsha Nst'l.
CHOICE FARM. - Nillsson. 422 Rose Bldg.
Don't list your fsrra with u if yon
want to keep It
423 S IMh rf Douglas OL
"OLD TRUSTY1' Incubators and brpoders
shipped promptly. ig catalog tree. ai.
M. Johnson Co., Mfre., Clay Center, Neb.
PIGEONS, 10,600 wanted. R. S. Elliott. 16v)0
Independence a, v.. Kansas t;iry. mo.
Real Estate. Loans and Mortgages.
On a Douglas county farm, Improved.
Value $22,000. Loan runs five years; i
per cent interest.
6 and 6 per cent mortgages secured by
Omaha residence or Ne&rssKa larms.
638 Keenne iag.
910 umana in at. u. jjiub
One dollar starts an account.
Money on hand for mortgage loans.
City National cans: mm.
. r -, . m t, "'-.
3. H. DUMONT C.L KeellneBjgjrV
OKEEl'K llrJAL KSTAJ.E, -u.,
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 2715.
i r iiusj nv rtTV PROPERTY
W. H. THOMAS & SON, Keeline Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Bldg., 18in ana rarnam mn.
M.ONEY to loan on improved farms and
ranches. Kloke inveatment to,,
W. T. GRAHAM, 604 Bee tfiag.
dels Theater Bldg. u.
Stocks and Bonds
Company organized ' with production,
and wo will declare a dividend In Feb
ruary; only selling a small amount of the
stock at par; stock will advance very
rapidly; buy at once and get In on flrBt
dividend. SILVER SIGN OIL CO., Box
1702. Tulsa, Okla.
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
.... -IT 1 Int.) 19 SO.
Su, s mo., n. iuuua'
$40, ( mo.. Indorsed notes, total cost, $2.60
Smaller, larger am'ts proportlonste rate.
, . -d... d. mth and Farnam. Ty. 666.
Id, uoo ' " D . - ' ; ::
70- W. C. FLATAU, EST. 1832. O
6TH FLR. BECUKlila buukt.,
Lowest rates. Private to?;-!?
v-le-hock, 1514 Dodge. D. 661. Est. 1831.
Nathan Bernstein to Sam Bernstein,
.r.,. . ... north of
.... .M. 26x140 .ill,
Inter-Urban Landi company to Jes
sie A. Knudtson, iniri.y-socuiu
street, 60.25 feet north of Spring
...... .... .M 10x116.4
Theron Cooper and wife to Charles
P. Cooper, soutnwest corner
eighth and Webster street.. 60x
Arthur '. Williams, bishop, trustee, to
the Cathedral Chapter or moceBe vi
Nebraska, southeast corner Forty
second, and Hamilton streets, 150x
175 '
J. Mellck and wife to Edwin D.
Fmalls, Twenty-ninth street, 234
feet south of Dewey avenue, west
.1. ?iia 4.
Earl S. Harvey to G. C. McDowell,
Hartman avenue, zuu reel easi oi
h trp. south aide. 40
xl32 j, 1
Q, C. McDowell to Guy Haber, Hart-
man avenue, ZOO reel east or rwen
tv..p,nlh Ktreet. south side. 40x
19 ...1
Earl S. Harvey to G. C. McDowell,
soutneasr corner r ony-eisnm eircei
Ualnlr ...nil. 133x400 1
Vito Paacale and wife to Felemena
PIccoloS Forty-fifth street, 23 feet
nnth of flrnnt street, east side. 23x
110. and other property . e
Marie K. Carlber and hisbaniT to Otl.
Nielsen et al, Forty-aeventn avenue,
120.5 feet south of Bedford avenue,
.1,1. irwi2r. 2
Frank BtieK ana wwe to vaciav an-
kovsky and wile, Ji. street, zus reel
west of Thirty-fourth street, north
.1. . ftnl IT 1
Walter L. Hosklns and wife to Henry
itooerc ivansr jtiorion avenue, iuv
feet north of Reed street, east side.
60x128 1
Sioux City Live Btock.
Sioux City, Feb. I. Cattle Receipts,
2.200 head; market weak; beet steere, $9.00
013.60; fat cows and heifers, I7.60O11.00;
canners. $6.007.25; stockers and feeders,
17.76011. 00; calves, $8.00012.60; bulls,
stags, etc., $7.50011.00; feeding cows and
heifers, $6.2608.60.
Hogs Receipts, 12,009 head; market 15
lower; light, $15.015.75; mixed, $15,760
16.90; heavy, $15.85016.00; pigs, $10,000
13.00; bulk of sales. $16.75016.96.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 200 bead;
market steady
Cattle 50 to 75 Cents Lower
for Week; Hogs 10 to 15
Cents Lower; Feeder
Sheep Are ;Dull.
Omaha, Feb. 3, 111$.
Recelnta ware: Cattle. Hoes. Sheen.
Official Monday 13,447 14,76$ 8,394
Official Tuesday 7,451 30,011 13,113
Official Wednesday .. 6,608 30.043 9.772
Official Thursday .... 6,079 13.111 6,408
Estimate Friday .... 3,200 23,000 4,000
Five days this week.. 36.785 95,099 40,697
Same days last week.. 30.170 .66,653 61,943
Same days 2 wks. ago. 31, 655 ,66,063 49,593
Same days 8 wks. ago. 31,180 78,601 43,184
Same davs 4 wks. ago. 38, 649 61,818 60,966
Same days last year.. 24, 613 119,938 60,169
Receipts and dlapojition of live etock at
the Union Stock yards, Omaha, for twenty
four hours ending at 3 o'clock yesterday ;
' Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. UVs
C, M. St. P 12 !i
Missouri Pacific ... 1 I 4 ...
Union Pacific 41 64 13
C. & N. W., east... 11 6 ... 1
C. N. W west... 33 116 1 3
C, St. P.. M. As O.. 13 1
C, B. eV Q east... 11 5
C, B. & Q., west... 22 40 .... ...
C, R. I. & P., east. 1 3
C, R. 1. & P., west. 3 4
Illinois Central 2 6
Chicago Gt. West... 5 5
Total receipts ..M60 298 20 4
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris A Co 231 4,402 163
Swift & Co 822 4,921 1,236
Cudahy Pack. Co.. 366 4,846 2,864
Armour A Co 714 6,593 329
Schwartz & Co 530
J. W. Murphy 319 ......
Lincoln Pack. Co.. 45
So. Om. Pack. Co.. 6
Wilson Pack. Co... 102 ,
V. B. Vahsant Co. 61 '
Hill & Son 49
F. B. Lewis 192
J. B. Root & Co... 213 t
J. H. Bulla 30
Rosenstock Bros... 60 ....
Werthelmcr & D.. 551
Ellis & Co 7
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co 107
Chrtatio 87
Huffman 3
Roth 9 '
Banner Bros 39 ,,
John Harvey 265 ' ,
Jensen & Lungren. 3 ......
Eat O'Day 13
Hunlnger Oliver. 1 ,
Other buyers 617 J42
Totals 4,188 20,300 - 6,434
Cattle Receipts were rather liberal for
aTttday, about 3,200 head, and for the five
days some 36,800 cattle have arrived1 nr
fully 6,600 more than last jveek, and 13,000.1
more man a year ago. Trade was prac
tically dead on the early rounds as railroads
were not taking any live etock or fre.h
meat east, .and both shippers and packers
had their hands atled. Local packers have
cattle on hand now that were bought on
Monday and Tuesday, and could not be
slaughtered by reason of full coolers, and
inability to move refrigerator car.. What
bids were placed thl morning looked fully
lOo lower than yesterday, and 60O75e
lower for the week. There was -scarcely
anything doing during the forenoon, but
the tone to the market was decidedly weak
and lower. Only a few loads of stockers
and feeders were Included In the offerings,
and these went slowly at more or less
shaded figures. .
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, $11.7513.50; fair to good beeves,
$ 1 0.7 6 11.60 ; common to fair beeves, $8.60
10.60; good to cholee yearlings, $11.00
11.75; fair to good yearlings, $9.76010.76;
common to fair yearlings, (7.6009.50; good
to choice grass "beeves, $10.60 011,10; fair
to good grass beeyes, $8.76010.00; common
to fair grass beeves, $7.608.60; good to
choice heifers, J9.004jJUO.10; good to choice
cows, $8.609.60; fair to good cows, $7.60
8.60: common to fair cows, $6.tOQ7.26; good
to choice feeders, $9,50Q10.76; fair to good
feeders, $8.759.50; common to fair feeders,
$0.25 7.25; good to choice stockers, $9,000
10.00; Btock heifers, $7.008.50; slock cews,
$6.608.00; stock calves, $7.0009.60; veal
calves, $8.25613.25; bulls, stags, eto., 17.00
Hogs The heaviest run of bog. ef the
week was on hand this morning, and the
market for the most part was anyway 16 0
20a lower than .yesterday. ' A few early
sales were made that were perhaps only
10c lower, but these were In the minority,
and the bulk of the offerings went at the
above decline. The top wa. $16.10, 13
lower than yesterday, while the bulk of
the offerings moved at $15.76016.91. There
was no Inclination on the part of seller,
to hold out, and the trade wa. fairly active
from the beginning.
No. Av.
No. Av.
77. .2(9
70. ,360
36. .331
Sh. Pr.
... Ill $0
... II 10
... 16 00
11 10 01
71. .217
36. .224
72. .261
66. .306
50. .324
$16 76
16 85
16 95
16 06
16 10
Sheep Receipts of sheep and lambs .till
continue light There has been no Improve
ment In fat lamb trade. As was the case
yesterday, the few desirable lamb, that did
meet the local demand .old about steady.
Other, were very dreggy and unable mostly
to command a bid. Where any bidding; was
done it was done at considerably lowsr fig;
ures. 'Good 76-pound lamb. Mid up to
$16.90, other kinds in the Mm elast aelllng
around $10.76. No heavy In-between were
sold early. Sheep were aottv and sold
at about stsady prices. Nothing holo was
on the market Common ewe brought
110.66, while others around 110.00. Feeder,
were rather dull and --values unchanged.
Quotations on sheep and lambs! Lambs,
handywelght, $16.76 17.26; lambs, heavy,
weight, $16.00016.76; lambs, feeders, $15.01
016.60; lambs, shorn, $11.50013.60; lambs,
culls, $10.00014,00; yearlings, fair to choice.
$11.50(5.00; yearlings, feeders, $12,000
14.25; "ethers, fair to choice, $11.0013.00;
ewes, fair to choice, $11.60 012.50; ewes,
breeders, all ages, $10.50016.50; ewes, feed
ers, $7.60010.60; ewes, culls and cannere,
Representative .ales:
43$ Idaho lamb.
62 culls
165 shorn lambs
171 Idaho feeding lamb...
25 cull.
216 fed lambs
. 80
. 86
. 63
. 62
. 63
$15 80
15 50
13 60
16 76
15 76
16 36
Kansas City livestock,
.Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 8. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2,600 head; market steady. Rrlme
fed steers. 812.60O13.76; dressed beef steers,
$10.26012.60; western steers, $9.25012.75;
southern steers, $7.60010.00; cows, $6,750
107S- heifers. $7.00011.76: stockers and
feeders, $7.60012.00; - bulls. $6.76010.00;
ralv.a 17.60(3114.25.
Hom Recelnts. 6.000 head; market 10c
t 15a lower. Bulk. $16. 30O16.60; heavy.
tl6.45016.65: packere and butchers, $16.40
O1C.60; light, $16.30016.45; pigs, $11,000
Hhcen and Lambs Receipts, 3,00 bead;
market steady. Lambs, $10.00017.25; year-
linn. 13.5014.76: wethers. $11.60013.60;
ewes. $11.25013.00; stockers and feeders,
St Louis, Feb. 8. Cattb! Receipts, 2,700
head: market prospect, steady. Native beef
steers, $8.00013.60; yearling steers and
h.ffora. 37. 000)13.50: cows." $6.00 0 11.60 ;
tinlrMrA anil feeders. 36.00010.60: fair to
prime southern beef steere, i.uooii.:
beef cows and heifers, I $6.00010.00; prime
yearling steere and heifers, $7.60010.00; na
..i.. t a AAfflia oo.
Hta.RMiinu. 10.60 head: market
steady. Llghls, $16 36016.10; pigs, $12,100
16.16; mixed and butchers, l.4O0ll.7D;
good heavy. $16.50016.70; bulk, $16,160
10.65. '
Sheen and Lambs Receipts, 1,400 head;
market steady to strong. Lambs, $14,000
17.76; ewes. $10.60012.00; wethers. $11.60
013.25; canners and choppers, $6.0009.00.
Chicago lire Stock.
Chicago, Feb, 8. Cattle Receipts, 10,000
head; tomorrow, 6,000 head; market weak:
native steers, $9.40019.90; stockere and
feeders, $7.20010.40; cows and heifers, $6.25
011.65; calves, $9.50015.00.
Hogs Receipts, 63,000 head: tomorrow,
17,000 head; market, weak; lO016o under
yesterday's average; bulk, $16.40016.60;
light, $16. 00 4ns. CO; mixed, 316.10011.16;
heavy, $15. lit 16.60; rough, $15.9016.16;
pigs, $i$.ooon.:5.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 12,000 head;
tomorrow, 6,000 head; market, wosk: weth
ers, $10.00013.40; ewes, $9.6i13.00; lambs,
lit. 60017.70.
Wholesale prices of beef cuts: No. 1 loin..
29Ujc; No. t loins. 26V&C: No. $ loins, 16 Ho:
No. ribs, 24fto; No. 2 ribs, 33c; No. 3 ribs,
16c. No. 1 rounds, 20c; No, I rounds, 18Vbc;
No. t rounds, l&Ho, No.U chucks. 16c; No.
$ chucks, 16c; No. 2 chucks, 14u. No. 1
plates, 14Hc; No. 2 plates, 14c; No. I
plates, 12UjO.
Oysters King Cole northern standards,
per gallon, $2.75: King Cole northern selects,
per gallon, $3.95; King Cole New York
counts, per gallon, $3.10; blue points, per 100,
$1.35; large Shells, per 100, $1.50; cotults, per
100, $1.76.
Celery California mammoth, fresh trim
med dally, well bleached, per dozen, 90o.
Fish Whiting, ocean pike, per lb., skinned
17 He; round, 8c; box lots, 7a. Herrln per
lb., round, 10c: sack lote,, superior stock,
fancy goods, 9c. Herring, per lb., dressed,
12c; tox lots, 11. white, avge 1 lb.,
per lb., 12c; box lots, 11c.
Freeh Frozen Fish Halibut, coss't frozen,
per lb., lie; salmon, red, coast frozen, per
lb.. 22a; pink, per lb., 10c; black cod sable
flail, coast frozen, per lb., 14c; black bass,
odd size, 28c; large or small, per lb., l$o;
trout, per lb., 23o; whltefish, per lb.,' lOo;
pike No. 1, 18c, box lots, per lb., 17c; pick
erel, dressed, 16c; round, per lb., 12o; crapple
average, H lb, 16c; tileflsh, for steak, per
lb., 15c; yellow ring perch, per lb., 16c; buffalo-carp,
round, per lb., 13c; ling cod, 12c;
flounders, per lb., 14c; western red snapper,
per lb., 11c; silver smelts, per lb., 16c; whit
Ing round, odd size and medium large, per
lb., lo.
Fresh Caught Fish Black cod .able fish,
per lb., l4o; blaok bsss, odd slse, 10c; large
or small, per lb., 26o; crapples, odd size and
large, per lb., 20c; buffalo, genulue, round,
If any, per lb., 10c; buffalo-carp, round per
lb., 14c; red snapper, per lb., 16o; cod, east
ern, per lb., 18o ; flounders, per lb., )4o;
smelts, per lb., 15o; Spanish mackerel) per
lb., 18c.
Frogs Louisiana black bulls, per d.en,
Jumbo, $3.00; medium, $2.00.
. Kippered salmon, 10-lb., baskets, $3.10.
Kippered sabletlHh or grayflsh, 10-lb. bas
kets, $2.40. Smoked white (lakefish), 10.
lb. baskets, $2.20. -.
Very little poultry was put In cold stor
age the past fall, comparatively no broilers.
Urge your poultry raisers to Increase pro
duction. Live Poultry Broilers: 114 to $ pounds,
In separate coop, 38o pound; springs, 2 to
3 pounds, 25c pound; springi. all sizes,
smooth legs, 24c pound; hens, any size, 240
pound; stags, 19o pound; old roosters, 17o
pound; poor chickens, 5o pound; geese, full
feathered) fat, 21o pound; ducks, full feath
ered, fat, 22o pound; turkeys, over 10
pounds, fat, 280 pound; turkeys I to 10
pounds, fat, 28o pound; capons, over I
pounds, 280 pound; guineas each, any size,
40c pound; squabs, homers, 14 to 16 ounces
eaoh, $8.60 dozen; 12 to 14 euncos each,
$3.60 dozen; 10 to 12 ounce, each, 83.00
dozen; I ounce each. $1.60 dozen; under I
ounce each, 60a dozen; pigeons, II.Ck per
dozen. ,
New York General Markets.
New York', Feb. $. Flour Quiet; springs,
$10.56010.70; winter, $10.16010.60; Kansas,
Corn Spot, firm; kiln dried No.' 3, yellow,
$1.8741; No. I mixed, $1.16; cost of
freight Nev York prompt, Argentina, $2.11
delivered spot.
Oats Spot, barely steady; natural, 89c
Hay Strong: No. 1, $3.00; No. t, $111;
No. 3, $1.90; shipping, $1.76, all nominal.
Hops Quiet; state medium to choice 1917,
40060c; 1916, nominal; Pacific coast, 1917,
21024a; 1916, 14017C
Hides Steady; Bogota, 3$H041o; Cen
tral America, 88040c;
Leather Firm ; hemlock sol overweight.,
No. 1, 61o; No. 3, 49o.
' Provision Pork, firmer; mess, $$1.00;
family; $64.00066.00; short Clears, $60,000
66.00. - i
Lard Essy; middle west, $26.00026.10.
Tallow Quiet; city spsclal loose. 17o.
Wool Firm; domestto fleece XX Ohio,
17. I
Rice Firm; fancy head, $09c; blue
rose, 68Mc.
Butter Firm; receipt, 4,911 tubs; e ream
err higher than extras, 616Hc; extra
(91 soore), tltio; first. 49081o; seconds,
Eggs Steady; receipts, 1,411 ease; fresh
gathered extra, 14016c; extra firsts, lltio;
first. I3063e; aeoonda, 410110,
Chesee tSeady; receipt., 11$ boxes.
Coffee Market. ,'
New York, Feb. I. The market for 'oof
fee future, showed eontlnued neavousness
today but order, batter divided after
big break of tb last two day. and fluc
tuations wore Irregular. The opening wa
I to It point hlgbsr on covering, bit
bulge met continued or renewed liquida
tion and after eelling at T.lOo, May Mid off
to T,68o, while September deollned from
1.01 to T.I70. ' The eloe was steadied b
trad buying, presumably due to hedges
against spot coffee as future were well
below the maximum prloe level and some
little Improvement wa. reported in .pot
demand. Last prloe. were ( polnte lower
to I point higher. March, 7.46c; May,
7.65o ; July, 7.76c; September, 7.81c; Octo
ber, 7.94c; December, 8.07c, The spot mar
ket was Irregular with Rio grades He lower
on the basis of 8 He for 7's while Santos
coffee, were unchanged at 10 o for 4'..
Evaporated Apple, and Dried Fruits.
New York, Feb. 8. Evaporated Apples
Nominal; .tats, 15s016ttc; California, II
016 Vic
Prune Firm; California, $14o; Ore
gon., 13014a.
Apricots Scarce; extra choice, 17 Ho;
fancy, 19 ft O30e.
.Peaches Scarce; standard, llftc; choice.
llViOUc; fancy, 13U014C
Raisins Quiet; loose muscatels, 909Ho;
choice tp fancy seeded, 9Vi10V4c; seedless,
801OVio; London layers, $1.60.
Mlnnea polio Oram.
Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. I. Flour Un
changed. Barley $1.6101. $4.
Rye $2.1802.30.
Bran $33.60.
Corn No. I yellow, $1.7601.80.
Oats No. t whiter 84086c.
Flaxseed $3.6 1 H 0, 3. 6 5 V, .
New York Dry oods.
New York, Feb. I. Cotton goods and
yarn, here today were quieter, but still
very .firm with a higher trend. Wool mar
ket were quiet; silks were In moderate de
mand. London Money,
London, Feb. I. Silver Bar, 43 d per
Money 8 per cent. '
Discount Rates Short bills, 4 1-33 per
cent; three monthe' bills, 4 1-16 per cent'
New York Cotton.
New York, Feb. . Cotton Future
opened steady; March, 20.24c; May, 29.66c ;
July, 39.10c; October, 27.76
Receipts Are Liberal; Cash
Corn Shows Slight Decline;
Oats Slightly Lower; Rye
and Barley Stronger.
TJmaha, February I, 1911.
A very liberal run of grain was In evi
dence today, a total of 289 car. arriving
In, Receipt of corn were heayy with 238
care while those of wheat and oats con
tinued light, with 13 and 31 cars renpeotlve
ly. Arrivals of rye were I car. and barley,
I cars.
A preferential and priority order has
been Issued by Director General McAdoo
Instructing all western roads to glvs pref
erence to all shipments of grain and grain
product. , and urging all Interested to co
operate In facilitating the movement of
this grain as the'fa'ct la generally recog
nised that the time I vr limited In which
to move the great amount of soft corn In
order to save much of It from spoiling.
Cash corn attraoted considerable at
tention today, and with the liberal run ofN
this grain, price declined but utile, tne
spot being quoted unchanged to 2o lower,
White cor.i wae about steady, selling at
close around yesterday', figure, while the
different grade, of yellow and mixed eold
off le and 2e. No. I white .old at $1.83
and No. white at- $1.71 and $1.80. No.
t white brought $1.18 and $1.73. No.
yellow .old at $1.63 and $1.67 and the No.
6 grade at $1.43 and $1.47. No. 4 mixed
sold at $1.52 and the No. I mixed at $1,43
and $1.46. '
Oats were fractionally lower, this cereal
declining H to o. with a continued good
local demand, elevator Interests taking
the bulk. Standard bats .old at 36 He and
No. I white at 86Vc: one ear of this grsde
sold on shipper', weight, brought 16c. No.
4 white went at !6o while .ample oats
sold at !4o and 16c
Rye and barley were In a somewhat
stronger position, the better grade or rye
sHranetnt to, while barley wa. lo to le
up. The demand . fo these oereal. todsy
wss rather light No. t ry .old at $3.1$
and the No. 3 grade of barley at $1.75.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour equal
to 54.000 bu.; oats, 121,000 bu.
Primary wheat receipts were 180,000 bu.
and shipments 103,000 bu., against receipt,
of 691,000 bu. and shipment, of 141,000 bu.
last year. ... ... .
Primary oorn receipt, wer 1,111,000 bu.
and ehtpment. 696,000 bu.,. against receipt
of 937,000 bu. and shipments of 481,000 bu.
last year. ... ...
Primary oatl reeelpts wsr 193,000 bu,
and shipment 710,000 bi against reeelpts
of 694,000 bu. and shipments of 462,000 bUj
last year. CARL0T rKC:bipt8.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chlesgo I ll ' "
Minneapolis H
Utlluth "
Omaha ....II III II
Kansas City. M 131 80
St. Louts II -
Winnipeg HO
iThese eaies wsre reported today:
Corn No. 2 white: 1 car (6 per cent
damaged), $1.3. No. 4 white: 1 car, $1.80;
1 car, $1.79; I l-S cars, $1.71; 1 car, $1.77;
2-6 car, $1.76; 1 car, $1.76. No. t white:
3 cars, $1.7l 1-6 cars, $1.70; 1 l-l cars,
$1.68. No. white): 1 car, $1.65; I cars,
$1.60: I cars, $1.48. Sample white: 1 oar,
$1.05. No. 4 yellow: 1 care, $1.67; 4 care,
$1.66; 8 2-6 cars, $1.65; 18 oar$l.!4; 1 3-6
cars, $1.68. No, t yellow: 4 cars, $1.47;
3 2-45 bars, $UV I cars, $1.45; I oars, $1.44)
1 cars (10 per cent damaged), $1.43; I cars,
$1.43. No. 6 yellow: 1 car, $1.40; I oars,
$1.38. Sample yellow: 1 car, $1.30; H car,
$1.16; 1 car, 85c. No. 4 mixed: 7 cars,
$1.63. No. 6 mixed: 1 car, $1.48; 4 oars,
$145; 4 cars, $1.44; 11 cars, $1.4$. No.
mixed: 1 car, $1.87; 4 cars, $1.16; 4 cars,
$1.35; 2 car., $1.33. Sample mixed: 1 car,
$1.40; 2 cars, $1.80 rl car, $1.13; 1 car, 86c.
Oats Standard: t cars, 35Vic No. I
white: 1 car (shipper's weights), 16c; 7
cars, 88Ho. No. 4 white: 1 car, 86c Sample
white: 1 car, 86c; 1 car, 84c; 1 car, 14c.
No. 3 mixed: 1 car, 86o; 1 ear (barey
mixed), !4o. No. I rustproof: 1 car 86 c.
Rye No, I: 1 ear, $318.
Barley No. I: 1 car, $1.71.
Omaha Caah Prices Corn: No. I white,
$1.83. No. 4 white, $1.1501.80. No. I white,
$1.68 01.71. tfa, 1 white, $1.4801.65. Sample
white, $1.06. No.' 4 yellow, $1.6301.56. No.
6 yellow, $1.43 01.47. No. yellow, $1,180
1 40. Bample yellow, 86cO$1.30. No. 4 mixed,
$1.63. No. mixed, $1.4801.46. No. mixed,
$1.3801.87. Sample mixed, 85c0$1.4O. Oatet
Standard. IIHo. No. 3 whlte86V4 086c No.
4 white, He, Sample, 140 150. Barley i No. I,
$1.76. Ryoi No. I, $2.11. . t
Chicago clostng prices, furnl.hed The Bee
by Logan A Bryan, .look and grain broker.
Open. High. Low. Close. Yes .
1 I7H 117117 117 117
121 126 16 126116
14 14 11 II
$$ 14 83 13 13
$0 II 79 It 10
41 Tl 41 TT 41 17 41 M 41 77
28 II II II II 41 11 47 It 16
II 17 II IT II 10 II It 21 tt
24 IT 14 11 II II 14 II 14 tl
With New Priority Order Giving Grain
. Blght-of-Way, 0ra Stamp.
Chicago. Feb. I. With a new priority or
der In fort living grain the right-of-way
over praotloally all other freight except fuel,
th oorn market today showed a downward
drift Th olose, although steady, wa o
net lower, with March $1.17 and May
$1.11. Oat deollned o to o net IB
provisions th outcome varied from un
changed figures to lOo off.
Notwithstanding a general disposition to
await actual result of the priority mandate,
a noticeable easlsr feeling became evident In
the eoW trade. Warmer weather counted
also tt. a bearish factor, specially as no se
vere low temperatures wer expected (or at
lent ssveral days.
Oat. were under much telling pressure,
largely ss a result of renewed talk of possi
ble establlehment ef a maximum price level.
Provisions weakened because of large re
ceipt of hog.
Omaha Hsy Market.
Receipt heavier of the low grade and
coarse prairie bay ha caused declines ef
practically II per ton, good bay suffered a
like decline 1s just as steady. Alfalfa hold,
steady at unchanged prices. Straw e In
good demand at unchanged prices.
Cholc upland pralrl hay, lilt No. 1,
I19OI0; No. 1. $16017; No. I. $12014. No.
1 Midland. $19020; No. 1, $16017. No. 1
Lowland. $16017; No. I. $14016; No. I,
$11013. Cholc alfalfa, $10; No. 1, f IIO
29. Standard. $26037; No. 2, $28 0 15; No. 8.
$30 0 33. Oat traw, $11- Wheat traw. $10.
Chicago Produce. .
K Chicago, Feb. I. Butter Market easier;
creamery, 44049o. ......
' Eggs Market unsettled; receipts, 1,011
cases; first., 4905Oo; ordinary first., 480
48c; s,t msrk, casee Included, 48 0 49c; re
frigerator first., 44e.
Potatoes Receipts, 14 oar; market un
changed. Poultry Alive, market unchanged.
t Joseph TJvo Btock.
St. Joseph, Mo., Feb. I. Cattle Receipts,
J 000 hsad; market weak; eteers. $7,000
11.60: cows and heifer., $4.00012.00; ealv.,
$6.00012.60. . .
Hogs Receipts, 1,000 head; market
lower; top, $16.65; bulkof .ales, $16,260
"sheep and . Lambs Receipt., 700 head;
market .lead; lambs, $18.0017.!5; swes.
$6,00 01f'
Price Changes Probably Kepre.
sent Tentative Short Cover
ing Over Approaching
New York, Feb. I. So far ss prloe change
In today's dull stock market had any sig
nificance, they probably represented Jenta
tlvs Short covering nva. th. .nn.n.ku.
Industrials, shippings, oils atid motor
were at all times In ths foreground. Steel
and equipments made up considerable of the,,
previous day's losses and pools resumed their
operations In specialties.
Coppers, tobaccos, dlstllJRg Issues and
Meneral Motors, the latter at an extreme
advance Of EU, tloinl. In th.
occasional upward spurts. '
Ralls were unusually apathetic, early gain
of 1 to 1 polnte In transcontinental and
Coaler Suffering; nnrtlal lmml,m.,l 1....
Sales amounted to 610.S00 shares.
Bonds were firm, Liberty Issues were th
only striking exceptions, the second t's fall.
Infr to tha n.w minimum n- ac tl
. ,,, w4 w,mo. jiiio,.
sales per vslue $4,425.00 Vnlted Stat
vuuua, uiu Maun, were unonanged on call.
Number of leading sales and quotations osl
tocks: Closing
. Sales. High. Low. Bid.
Am. Beet Sugar.. 400 78 78 78
American Can.... 19,300 40 38 89
Am. Car A Fndrv. inn 1t: ii van
Am, Locomotive... 14,800 60 68 ,69
Am. S. & Retng... 6,900 13 31 ' i fa
Am. Tel
I. Tel. A Tel.... 200 10$ 105 106
I. Zinc. T.. & ft ...... in.
Anaconda Copper.. 3,100 62 "tl 62,
Atchison $00 844. 14 u
A. Q. A W. I. S. L. 1,600 114 112 11H,
Baltimore & Ohio. 1,100 60 60 60
Butte A Hun ruf . t.
Cal. Petroleum 1,800 ir 'ii 16'
Canadian Pacific. 1,200 147 141 146
Central Leather... 7,100 70 69 19
Chesapeake A Ohio. 700 63 62 63 .
v i. a bi. i- iuu 43 42 42
Chicago A N. W... 200 93 92 92'
C R. I. A P ctf.
300 20 19 19
Chlno Conner.
colo. Fuel A Iron. 600 81 - $7U 8TV4
. - ' ..j -" 7 ai
40 43 43 43
Corn Prod. Rnfn.. seir &l hu' tan
Crucible Steel ls'sna mL. ku atiz
Cuba Cane Sugar.. 1,109 31 30 $0
uieiljierr Beos.... 17.109 42 41 41
r'Vvv,-M0 u
General Rlatrln 1 inn foa t,i ..;
' -" " w 4 o , 79
General ..Motors.. 17,300 141 184 118V,
k .lunnsrn piu... tuo lut $0
Ot. N. Ore otfs...
UV 37 H 37
Illinois Central
fnsnlratlen Connae ana jku. ah aI
t. . J. T.I 111
in., ai, Ol. pill,.., JSt.auu (. ag aj-ii
VI.L.I ... .... - - -
Inter. Nlnkal..
Inter. Paper....,
K. C. Southern..
1,400 31 30 81
Keneott Copper,
Louis. A Nash..
600 38 12
200 113 113
600 30 21
19,000 91 19
100 80 (0
(00 22 13
"'700 "?0 'it
200 (0 11
"'700 '83 'l3
'2,800 "48 '46
1,000 '71 '74
Miami Copper
Missouri Psciftc...
Montana Power...
Nevada Copper..,,
N. T. Central
Pennsylvsnia 2,800 46 46 . 44
Pittsburgh Coal... , 4$
Ray Cort. Copper 33
Readlna .. . . AAA K j
Ren. Irnn A Rta.l .aw
. .......... ,,, 1,
Shat. Arls. Copper. 144
ooutnern raciric... , 8$
Southern Railway, 1,200 28 21 22'
Studebaker Corn., soon si in si uu.
Texa Co 2,600 166". 153 153 .
Union ' Pacific 700 114 118 14
U. 8. Ind. Alcohol 1,900 125 12JVi 1(3
U. R. Steel 93,800 94 93 94
U. 8. Steel pfd... 600 109 109 109
Utah Copper 200 82 83 81
Wabash pfd. "B". 400 1
Waata-n TTnl.n .na ... ..4,
w ,uv .v?e a-7 aTS
Westlngh. Electrlo 1,200 41 41 40
.v.., ...ica iur me uay, eiu.uuu Shares.
Stock, and Bond.
U. 8. 2s, feg... l7Ot. N. 1st 4... tT
do coupon... 97Mll Cent. ref. 4. 80
U. 8. 3s, reg... 99 Int. M. M. 6s.. 94
do coupon.... 99 K. C. 8. ref. 6v7(
TT. 8. T.lh. sua at iar. m. m .,i i. .1
U. S. 4s, re...104Mo. K AT 1st 6s 6
do oupon 104 Mo. Pae. gen. 4i. 68
m. ror. pec ss KOHMont, rower 61. ton
A TAT .u k. atuv v r -u
Anglo-French 6s 89 N. Pacific lis.. II
irmourloS SS "dO 8S. 60
Aicnuon gen. 4s. 84 Ore. 8. L. ref. 4 12
Bal. A O. e. IUi in u Pan T a h c. uu
Beth. Steel r. 4a 89Penn. oon. 4s. 99
Cent. Leather le. 96 do gen. 4.. 89
-went, rao, let. 7SKeadlng gen. 4s. 84
Che. A O. a. 6s 77lt 1. a a s . a. as--
C B. A Q. J. 4s.. 93 8. Pac cv. Is.. 89
CM ASPo 4. 73S. Railway 6..... 92
0. R. I. A P. r. 4s 16 Texa A Pac. 1st 36
Colo. A 8. r. 4. 69 Union Paolflo 4. (1
D. A B. O. r. 6. 41 U. 8. Rubberf 6. 71
-u. ot u. ss mil 99 u. B. Bteel 6.,. 99
Erie gen. 4s..., 11 Wabash lit 14
Gen. Electrlo I. 71 Bld.
Dtm'. Review of Trad.
New Tork, Feb. I. Dun' tomorrow will
Both In It producing and distributing
branche. business more clearly reflecte th
retarding Influence of varloue existing
drawbacks although return to more. nor.
mal condition Is to be expeoted with s
permanent moderation ot the weather.
Curtailment ot .Industrial and mercantile
operation, ha. already been unusually ex.
tenelve and th restriction of work through
the holiday observance, not only cause
added Inconvenleno but also tends to re.
due th purchasing power of many con.
umers. With the consequent dlmlnuatlon,
retail buying, and with the delays In ship,
ments resulting from the transportation
Congestion, complaints of less satisfactory
collections are rather more common, and la
some cases where deliveries cannot be
made with the desired promptnss cancella.
tlons of contracts are reported. But while
transaction, generally are smaller la
volume It remain, the fact that In some
linee business Is only Imltedl by the In.
ability of producere to book more orders,
and there are many Indications, notably la
the weet and south, ot a disposition to pro.
vide liberally for future requirements.
Weekly bank olearlngs, 15,043,692,879.
Boston Wool Market.
Boston, Keb. I. The Commercial Btil
letln will say tomorrow:
"The Wool market hae passed through
another dull week, although there we
heavy trading.
"Th manufacture are finding a very
good call for civilian cloth although th
government I not exhibiting any great
keenes. to place new orders as yet."
Scoured Bails Texas: Fine, 12 months.
California: Northern, $1.7001,76; middU
county, $1.6601.60; southern, $1.4501.50.
Territory: Fine staple, $1.8601.10; half
blood combing, $1.7001.75; blood comb
ing, $1.4501.60; tine clothing, $1.0001.651
fine medium clothing, $1.6501. 10.
Pulled: , Extra, $1.8001.85; A A, $1,709
1.80; A giipere, $1.6001.65. -
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., Feb. I. Turpentine Firm.
44c sales, tl bbls.t receipt., 141 bbls,; ship
ments, 41 bbls.; etock, 15,66 bbl.
Rosin Firm; sales, 183 bbl..; receipts.
337 bbls.; shipment., 750 bbls. J stock, 90,.
494 bblsf
Quote: B, T, H, F, O, H, T, $1.70; M,
$7.10; N. $7.40; WO, $7.60; WW, $7,650
t it - .
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City, Feb. I. Butter and Poultry
Market unchanged.
Egg Flrstn. 4' eoMde