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    THE; BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1918.
HEAL ESTATE IMPROVED
North
FOR ONLY J4.30I)
liOO down and tH pr month, w caa
soil a good, honest built noma ot six
rooms, dan and bath; oak finish; only
thraa yesrs old: occupied by owner; ga
. rage; lot 46x138; why pay rent when you
can buy a bargaio like this?
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bids. Tyler
NEW op-to-daU T rooma. oak finish, targe
lot, fine location; price 16.850; term. S1J7
N. J4th St Norria Norria D. 4170.
MINNIE LL'SA homea and lota offer the
beat opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
YOUNG DOHERTY.
HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
JJS BRANDEIS THEATER. DO. 1871
South.
GOOD HOME
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT,
(.room house, 2-atory, modern; furnace
liMt; houee in good condition; ha fire
place; good woodwork throughout; thla
la a well built, substantial home In a
Stood location; built better than moat new
houses; on 2Sth St., near Pierce; 2 blocks
to car; Just right for anyone dealrlng a
good home of their own ana pricea
cheap at 13.(00; terms If desired. F. D.
Wesd, 310 So. 18th St. Tyler 1S1.
PtULD CLUB DISTRICT. 7-R. modem
.-iotas, garage, lot 70xlS; prica t4.SH
O. A. Grlmmel Phone Douglas 161S.
Miscellaneous.
Exceptionally Fine
Bungalow.
Stucea eonstruction. Brand new, ele
jjLtt rooms. Large living room with flre
jloe and beamed celling. - Fine dining
room and well aranged kitchen with
mpie cupboard and one-piece sink. Three
line bedrooms and bath. Oak floors,
throughout, oak and enamel finish. A
beauty outside and in. Well located In
restricted residence district. Price 15.000.
For appointment to see this call Walnut
1580.
ATTRACTIVE HOMES
$2,600 1807 Locust St, 6-r., all mod
ern; best of repair; good neighborhood;
bandy to street car.
4.6001329 South 28th St.; near Hans
com park; 8-r.. all modern; In best of
repair; large lot; fine shade trees; splen
did neighborhood.
8.000 2103 Lothrop St., 8-r.; hot water
heat; sleeping porch; beautiful corner
lot: nice Karage.
WORLD REALTY CO.,
Douirla.i 5342. Sun Theater Blrtft.
A rare t nance to buy four houses; rent
$800 per year. Price, $4 600; close in;
paved street.
T. 1533. W. T. GRAHAM, Bee Bid.
(ROOM cottage, twu blocks from car, full
lot. $2,000 Terms. $300 oaah. balance $20
per month
BENSON 4k CARMICHAEL.
642 Paxton Block.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES. COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS
PORTER & SHOTWELL.
202 S. 17th St. Douglas 601$.
I-ROOM modern pressed brick house, for
only $4,500; oak finish, fireplace; nice
order; near park. W. H. Gates, 647
Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 1294.
WE sell, rent. Insure and make loans on
city property, north.
a MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.,
!4th and Ames
Col. 217.
GOOD six-room modern houee; close to car
lino; price $3,250; would take auto as
part payment. Mr. Pease, 211 Brandeis
Theater Bid.
FOR qulck sale or rent of ydur property call
A. J DAVIS CO.. Doug. 7150. 220 S. 13tb
St.. Real Estate and Insurance.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO..
Real Estate and Insurance.
1S20 Farnam St. Douglas 10.
F D WE AD S ELLS-RE A L E8TATE.
REAL ESTATE Business Property
WK WILL buy your home or business prop
erty end pay cash.
H. A WOLFB CO.
Electric Bldg Tyler 88
liUSlNESS property and Investments.
A P. TUKEY & SON.
620 First National Bank Bldg.
iTCAGUE INVESTMENT CO.
Income. Business and Trackage Specialists.
15th and Dodge Sts. Douglaa 415.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE,
Unexpected Vacancies
3869 California. 8-r., $27.60.
1010 South 22d, 8-r.. hot water heat,
$32.60.
Armstrong-Walsh Co.,
Tyler 1530. 333 Securities Bldg.
j .SECTIONS, y, mile apart, near Pierre,
S. D. Nice level hard land. Government
valuation $20 per acre. Will exchange
equity of $5,600 for acreage near Omaha,
or clear home in city.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.,
913-14 City Nat'l Bank. Tyler 167$
t ACRES; 4-room house; 2 miles north of
Benson; all clear; exchange for 6 -room
clear cottage In city; sickness demands
change. Call Mr. Browne, Tyler 1672. li
ter-State Realty Co.
ko exchange for a good stock of merchan
dlse, 160-acre Iowa farm, good rich
productive soil, land lays fine, extra well
Improved; price $250 per acre., is. uood
man. Creston, la.
SOOD six-room modern house; close to car
line; price $3,250; would take auto as
part payment. Mr. Pease. 211 Brandeis
Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
South
FOR BALE I lota. Just south ot Elmwood
Park In Overlook addition. Owner leaving
City. Will aell oheap tor cash. Address
Box Y 1188, Omaha Bee.
Miscellaneous.
ACREAGE BARGAINS
Must be sold at once: Let me show
you these places and then make me an
offer,
t acres In Keystone park, high, sightly
location, close' to paved road and jitney
line. Beautiful building site.
A halt block right in Benson. City
water, sidewalk, etc., one block to paved
road. An excellent chance for a home
or Investment
For appointment to see these places
call owner, Walnut 1580.'
POULTRY AND PET STOCX
Parley, $3 .50 per cwt, delivered. Wag
ner. 801 N 16th. Phone Douglas 1142.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
Benson.
SPECIAL BENSON BARGAIN.
Fine new cottage, 4 rooms and bath,
moderti except heat, with two large lots,
for $2,550; $250 cash, balance easy pay
ments. Why pay rent? 2024 North 64th
St. Owner leaving city.
P. J. TEBBEN3,
605 Omaha National Bank.
SUBURBAN HOME
Near Benson, paved road, modern house
8 rooms, 12 lota. All kinds fruit, poultry
huutes etc. Nice country home close to
city. Price, $7,600. Can take in small
place as part payment.
W. T. GRAHAM,
Doug. 1533. Bee Bldg.
2020 NO. 60TH STREET.
2024 NO. 61ST STREET.
4-Rooms, brand new bungalow with one
third acre, modern except furnace, cement
walks to car; $200 cash and 4S per
month, Including interest.
PAYNE & SLATER CO. Douglas 1010.
160 ACRES, one mile south of Bennington
Neb. Inquire of Mrs. A. . Hantlng. 4188
Cass St.. Omaha, Neb. 11
Dundee.
$5,000. DUNDEE; SLSU0 CASH.
Ftne bungalow, finished mostly In oak;
large living room with fireplace and four
bedrooms; a very sightly location.
JOHN W. ROBBINS. 1802 FARNAM ST
DUNDEE 2-story frame, 7 rooma. modern
house on Webster near EOth St. Must be
sold to close an estate. Price $6,500.
C. A GRIMMEL. Phone D. 1615.
FOR property In Dundee. Happy Hollow and
Falracres, call GEORGE AND COM
PANY. 902-12 City Nat. Bk. Douglas 7SK
Acreage
TEN ACRES
uevel garden land, east Omaha, close
to car line, clear, want clear rental or
home,
S. S. & K. E. MONTGOMERY.
$1$ City Nat'l Bk Bldg. ,
REAL ESTATESUBURBAN ,
Miscellaneous. -
FOR SALE.
Two beautiful lota south ot Elmwood
Park lo Overland addition, full sise lota
60x150. Will take Liberty bonds as pay.
ment. Owner going to camp, must aell
Act quick. Adreaa Eos T CIS. Omaha
Bee.
I HMIM.II II I
REAL ESTATE OTHER CITIES.
FOR SALE Meats and grocery buslnesa In
a Nebraska town with 1.400 population;
own all butcher and grocery store equip
ments; rent building; two acres of land;
slaughter hooae well equipped; reason for
selling. Write Omsha Bee. Box 1856.
REAL ESTATE WAN TED.
t OR 6-KOOM houses or bungalows in good
locations wanted at once; have aevera
buyers wanting good homea. F. D. Wead
$10 South 18th St. Tyler 161.
WANTED for customers, Improved ranches,
640 to 1500 acres. White Hoover, Oma
ha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
GOOD Omaha Income property for clear
western land or eastern Nebraska farm.
Mr. Pease. 211 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
IF you want to sell your house, list It with
ALFRED C H.JSNBiDX UU.,
206 S. Hth St. Douglsa 713
FINANCIAL.
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgage!,
OUR
fi n.r rinf ftrat mnrtSAirHa secured
rtm.h, reatAAne.M are aafa Investments
cause they are based upon not mora than
40 per eent of the actual value of the
security ana are pacKea oy zo years- ex
perience wimoui ut loss oi a aouar
an Investor.
E. H. tOUGEE, INC.
638 Keellne Bldg.
to
No Delay Closing Loans.
W. T. GRAHAM,
604 Bee Bldg. Doug. 1631.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keelme Bldg
H. W. BINDER.
Money on band for mortgage
City National Bank Bldg.
loans
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 171$.
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
6, 6H and ( Per Cent
J. H. DUMONT CO., Keellne Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F, D,
Wead. Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam 8ta,
Private Money.
SHOPEN & COMPANY Douglas 4228
Miscellaneous
LOW RATES.
C. G. Carl berg, 312 Brandeis
Theater Bldg.. Doug 686
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Nebraska Lands.
A FEW GOOD RANCHES.
1,480 acres 12 miles from Marsland. 14
miles from Belmont, 20 miles from Craw
ford. Right on the east table of the fa
mous Pine Ridge. Well Improved, all
fenced and cross fenced, 300 acres under
cultivation, half or two-thtrds of the
place Is fitrmable. Running water, all
most excellent soil. Per acre, only $18.
Write for pictures.
1.080 acres only five miles from Craw
ford. Three streams of running water,
two small lakes, 400 acres farmable, 120
acres under cultivation, lots of timber, all
fenced and cross fenced, all heavily
grassed with buffalo, wheat and gramma
grass hills and elopes and blue grass and
clover bottoms. Two sets of Improve
merits, 70 head of cattle, 60 head of
horses, 16 hogs, full line of farming and
haying machinery, can go with the place
If desired and will be Inventoried in at
satisfactory prices. This place Joins the
military reservation and only five miles
out from Crawford. Price per acre, only
$20.
2,200 acres only two miles out from
Glen and 12 miles from Crawford. Good
frame house, stables and sheds. All
fenced and cross fenced, lots of running
water, scores of springs. This place Is
right In Fine Ridge and Is rough but
heavily grassed. Probably 400 acres farm
able. About 150 acres now under cultlva
tion and Into crop Wheat on this place
this year will go 30 bushels to the acre.
The farm land Is mostly In the valley.
The grasses consist of blue grass, clover,
white and red, buffalo, wheat and gram
ma grass. Lots of timber, being cotton
wood, ash and elm and pine along the
slopes. 1,660 acres of this place la deed
ed land, while 640 acres of It la school
lease. $33,000 takes the entire place. If
desired, can put In some 60 or 60 head
of cattle, 20 or 80 head of horsea and
a complete line of farming and haying
machinery at Inventory price. Terms to
suit.
1.120 acres only 12 miles from Chadron,
eight miles from Whitney and about 20
miles from Crawford. More than half of
this place la farmable. Two streams of
running .water and a most excellent ranch.
All hard land, no sand. All well grassed.
Grasses are the buffalo, wheat and gram
ma grass. Much of the place cuts good
upland hay In average years. Per acre,
only $12.60. This la a special price tor
a quick sale,
480 acres 14 miles north of Crawford
right on the Deadwood Scenic highway, 11
miles from Whitney, eight and one-half
miles from Orella. 400 acres farmable
80 acres rough where Lone Tree creek
cuts through. All well grassed with buf
falo, wheat and gramma grass. 22 acres
now under cultivation. Soil a dark
heavy Pierre clay, most excellent for wheat
oats and alfalfa soil. Place Is fenced, but
no other Improvements excepting a barn
for eight head of horses. However, the
price is only, per acre, $14.
640 acres two miles from Joder, 11 u,
miles from Crawford, 6 miles from Orella.
Good 4-room house, barn for 7 head of
horses, hen house, small log granary, good
new well, a good 100 acres under cultiva
tion, 600 acres can be cultivated. Soli a
heavy Pierre clay, excellent for wheat,
small grains of all kind, alfalfa and al
falfa seed. Per acre, only $20.
1,600 acres, only 4 miles out from Chad
ron. A nice new 8-room house, fairly good
barn. All fenced and cross-fenced. A
little better than 100 acres under cultiva
tion. Probably $00 acres can be cultl
vated, balance of place heavily grassed.
inn wjii mane a man an ideal, close In to
town proposition. It Is claimed that this
place will run 300 head of stock. The
house 1s brand new and should please the
housewife. (Pictures upon request). Per
acre, only $22.60.
My client owning this place would ac
cept some trade. He expected to move
upon the ranch himself, but owing to con
ditions over which he has no control, Is
unable to do so and Instead of renting the
place, would rather sell It.
1,040 acres A rough, rugged, timbered,
well grassed, running water ranch propo
sition, only 8 miles out from Crawford.
This place will carry at least 150 head of
stock. It Is not a farm but a dandy well
protected ranch proposition. There Is
enough farmable land where you can raise
enough alfalfa for your needs, but I would
advise no other farming. There is a small
set of log buildings but would need con
siderable repair to be habitable. The
place Is nearly all fenced and has some hay
corrals. It has not been pastured this
summer. Considerable hay could be cut
and a nice bunch of stock run this winter.
Thla Is a rare bargain at the priceonly,
per acre, $10.
Any of the above places I can sell on
terms from 25 to 33 1-3 to 40 per cent
down and can carry the balance for sat
isfactory term of years at 6 per cent. Eacn
and every one of these offerings is good
and I will be glad to show you the places.
If you cannot come right away, write
me for my ''Farmer and Ranchor," which
describes many of them and shows pictures
of some of them.
You cannot beat my section here fox,
wheat, oats, alfalfa, alfalfa seed and po
tatoes. We have a county average of 30
bushels on corn, but I do not talk corn
very loud. What I do talk, I am here to
back up with proof. Look up our stand
ing In the state statistics snd you will
find that my country here (Dawes county)
ranks right up with the counties of York,
Seward, Sarpy, Otoe, Douglas and Lancas
ter on yields and. In fact, we beat them
more years than they beat us. Why stay
on high priced land down there when I
can sell you a place here of your own on
small first payment and let you make your
own place pay out giving you a farm and
ranch of your own Instead of paying rent
never again to return?
I have many calls for places to rent. I
can get one-third of the crop delivered In
town or one-half of the crop If you will
furnish the seed. If you have some loose
money to Invest and cannot come yourself
to occupy your land, where can you find
a better Investment than Dawes county
lands, where your share of the prop will
pay from 15 per cent to 20 per cent on
your Investment, besides the Increase In
valuation of your lands, which, with con
servative figuring, will double your Invest
ment every three to five years? You men
with money should write me or enme and
fee me and let me show you. Many of
you, I presume, are only getting 6 or 8
per rent for the use of your money. It is
a safe proposition here to figure at least
20 or 25 per cent. Most sincerely yours,
ARAH L, HUNGER FORD.
Crawford, Dawes County, Neb.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Arkansas Lands.
SEPTEMBER 3RO ' "
Our next excursion to McGehee, Ark.
W. S. FRANK, 101 NEVILLE BT.K.
Iowa Lands.
$20 ACRES about 90 mllos south of Council
Bluffs; all under cultivation; 2 sets of
Improvements; 100 acres now In corn
that la looking fine, balance was In
wheat and oats and will be put In win
ter wheat; only $4 miles from town.
Thla has many farma selling for $200
beat, but owner will aoon be In service,
and will sell for $175 per acre, terms, or
will consider small place In exchange.
Leased for next year to good tenant for
one-half the crop. J. W. Rasp, 21S Kee
line Bldg., Omaha. Tyler 791.
21 S City Nat'l Bank. Omsha, Neb.
Maryland Lands
Maryland water front farm. Mild climate.
Cat'g'e. Ruas'll Realty Co. Baltimore. Md
, Missouri Lands.
GREAT BARGAIN'S la down, 15 monthly
buys 40 acres, good fruit and poultry land,
near town, southern Missouri; price only
s?;n Aggress nox an; c, Springfield, Mo.
$10 PER ACRE
Ranch Bargain.
4,489-Acre, highly Improved, well-balanced
ranch. McPherson County. The beet
place on sarin to raise cattle and now.
The present owner baa got rich her.
and, at the age of 6, will retire. He aUs
from $10,000 to $30,000 worth ot took
oft the place every year. 6,000 bushels
of corn raised thla yean HuadrUs of
acres of fine farm land; balat.ee hArllf
grassed for summer and winter psscunea.
Everything raised on the place in the way
of feed for man and beast. Meadows cut
600 to 700 tons of hay. 600 fruit trees, 130
now bearing.
First-class improvements costing $10,
000; excellent 9-roora house; large barn,
sheds, corralls, etc.; fenced and cross
fenced; windmills, reservoir and tanks;
always plenty of water; price for next
30 days reduced to $10 per acre; reason
able terms; neighboring place recently
sold for $16.
WHITE & HOOVER,
454 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
CORN AND ALFALFA FARM
PRICED TO SELL
160 acres. 4 miles from town, on the
main line of Union Paclflo railroad, one
ralf mile from the Lincoln Highway, level
road to town, 40 rods to school, l'A mile to
a small station. Land lies level, but Is
well drained; good black loam soil, very
productive; the corn on this farm will
rrove this fact: 35 acres In pasture with
small stream of running water; 10 acres
of meadow, balance under nlow, brand new
4-room house, well sheltered by plenty
of nice shade trees; good stable for. six
horses and a few other ombutldlngs, two
wells with the very best of pure sort wa
ter at a depth of 20 feet. Price $130 per
acre, on good terms. Don't let a small
Job at home prevent you from Inspecting
this farm at once. M. A. Larson, Central
City, Neb.
640-ACRE RANCH
640-acre improved ranch, Cherry coun-
tv. Nebraska: 120 acres In cultivation 4
room sod house, 30x36; frame barn with
steel roof. 26x64; corn cribs, etc.; cave,
windmill with cement tank; trees near
building and grove In northwest cor
ner of the land; the finest, ranch In
southeast Cherry connty. Present owner
has lived here 11 years snd made money.
Price fur quick sale only $8 per acre.
Terms one-third cash, balance long time.
WHITE & HOOVER,
454 Omaha National Bank IMdg
FARMS AND RANCHES
We have several very atthactlve prop
erties for sale In Dawes. Keya Paha and
Brown counties. These are places that
we have personally Inspected, and van
recommend as being good buys. Send for
list and photos stating as to your wants
Kloke Inv. Co.. Omaha '
FARM NEAR TECUMSEH.
160 acres 3 miles south of Tecumseh at
$1S5 per acre. All under cultivation with
fine crops this year. No buddings. A
good chance at a good farm.
W. T. GRAHAM,
Bee Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
. "FOR THC LAND'S SAKE,"
Write to JAMES PEARSON, MOORE
FIELD, NEB., about the 80 at 145 per
acre; a quarter at $25; half section for
$12,000; a section and a halfat. $J?..arid
other farms.- V :.:! i : ..
WRITE me for pictures and pricea of my
farms and ranches In god old Dawea
county. Arah L. Hungerford, Crawford.
Neb. ; -
MERRICK COUNTY Improved oorn and
alfalfa farms at the Hght prle.
IS. A.
LARSON, Central City. Neb.
Oregon . Lands.
OREGON lands.
Irrigation.
"In the Heart of the Range"
The Jordan Valley Project,
Malheur County, Oregon.
An empire In th making, land $1.00 per
acre plus the cost of the water. You eari
file on grazing homestead entrle nearby.
Literature and particulars on request.
Next excursion August 28.
HARLEY J. HOOKER,
940 First Natl. Bk. Bldg, Omaha, Neb.
Wyoming Lands.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 Jier a.,
Including paid up water Hgnti. Henry
Levi ft C. M, Rylander. 854 Omaha Nat'L
South Dakota Lands.
AM quitting the ranch business and offer
for sale or will trade for land or Income
property ninety hesd of horses, Belgian
and Percheron bred, from yearlings to
nine-year-olds. Dlnney Moran Lake An
des. S. D.
FARM LAND WANTED.
FARMS WANTED.
Don't list your farm with us It you
want to eep It.
E. P. 8NOWDEN A BON,
610 Elertr Bldg Poualas 9171
MONEY TO LOAN.
Organized by the Business Men ot Omaha
FURNITURE, planoa and notes as security
$40. $ mo., H. goods, total, $1.60.
Smaller, larger am'ts. proportionate rate
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
433 Securities Bldg.. Ifith Farnam. Ty. 661
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
I CT SMALLER LOANS. O Of
A 10 W. C. FLATAD EST. 1891 lO
6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDG. TY. 960.
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Maleshork. 1614 Dodge D. 6619 Est 1S9L
DIAMONDS AND JEWELR LOAN8
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
United Real Estate Co. et al to
Mathilda K. Cathro, s. w. cor. 33d
and Manderson St., Irreg. parcel. ..$ 1,220
Patrick J. Hyland to William W.
Dotsn, 28th St., 187 feet north of
Leavenworth St., west side, 33x140. 1,895
Arthur Theodore and wife to Hattle
Robinson et al, Seward St., 150 teet
east of 41st at., south side 60x130. 1 000
Arthur Theodore and wife to Hattle
Robinson et al. Pierce st, 90 feet
west of 26th st, touth side, 30x100 3,150
Mary F, Bourke to Salvafore Dlmar
tlno, 17th st, 420 feet south of
Charles st west side, 10x140. ... . 2,175
Barker Co. to Dan H. Tuder, Lafay
ette ave. 96.2 feet east of 3 2d st.,
46x120 975
Jessie 3. Colwell and husband to
Martha Chase, Blnney St., 400 teet
west of 42d St., north aide, 60x90.. 1,600
Alonzo E. Mack and wife to Edwin
B. Pflueger and wife, Park ave., 5
feet north of Jackson St., west side,
66x140 8,000
Anna Foley et al to John W. Rey
nolds and wife, Evans st, 100 feet
west of 2st St., south side, 60x120.. 4.000
Louisa A. Swlger and husband to
School District of Omaha, Grand
ave. 231 feet west of 42d at, north
side, 125.2x262 .,. 4,006
L. B. McCouri Co. to Overland Tire
& Rubber Co., a. w. cor. 31st and
Taylor sts., Irreg. piece.,. v., 25,000
Kate Dutcher to Bankers Saying &
Loan Assn., Erskln st, 300 feet
west of 42d St., north side, 60x120.. 1.900
Earl S. Harvey to Henry Godbersene.
Military ave., 153.8 feet west of
69th St., north side, 26x100... 5,000
Immaculate Conception cburch to
Nicholas Shachowiak et al, Vinton
st. 176 feet east of 30th st. south
sldejOxna.l. ..... . . . .. . . . cnoo
Minneapolis - Grain..
Minneapolis, Aug. 21. Barley 87c$1.02.
Rye $1.691.70.
Bran $29.31. ,
Corn $1.781.83.
Oats 69i.70c.
Flax $4.484.60.
8t. Iials Grain.
St Louli. Aug. 21. Corn September,
$1.68 asked; October. $1.67 bid. Oats
September, 74c bid; October, 75ao asked.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Cattle Offerings Moderate and
Buying Active; Hog Market
Steady; Sheep Active
and Lower.
Omaha, August tl. 1911.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
I'rncial Monday 10.716
Official Tuesday .... 4,40
Estimate Wednesday .. 4,600
4.473
36.000
1,044
MOO
39.131
13.000
Tnree daye thla wek.!0,lS6 22.917 89,221
Same ays last week.., 17 23,637 55,044
Same days 2 wks. ago. 40, 39 32,380 12,156
Same days $ wki. ago.lMl! $0,121 44.85
Same days year ago. . .SMS4 11,836 18,397
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock yards.. Omaha. Ntb., for 24
nours ending at 3 o'clock p. m., yesterday
RECEIPTS.
Ca'e. Hoirs. Sheep. H's-M's
r , m. ft st, P 6 n
w abash , . 1
Missouri Pac... $ x
Union Paclflo . . .41 2
C. & N. W., east 6 7
C. St. P., M. A O, 1 11
C, B. A Q., east I It
C, B. ft Q., west 14 22
C, R. I. ft P., e. 7 7
C R I ft P west 1 1
Illinois Central .. 1
a at. wst i
Total receipts 111 164
DISPOSITION.
Cattle.
Merrls A Co 67
Bwlft ft Cft 1,008
Cudkhy Packing Co.. l.28
Armour ft Co 199
Schwarti Co ,
J. W. Murphy ,
Llnooln Packing Co.. 71
8. Om. Packing Co.. 14
Wilson 116
Hill & Son 90
F. B. Lewis 12:1
J. B. Root ft Co 113
J. H. Bulla S7
F. G. Kellogg 1 St
Werthelmer k Degen. . 217
II. F. Hamilton 30
Rothschild ft Krsbs... 2
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co.. 45
Christie $
Htgglni 8
Huffman 14
Roth 14
Meyers 20
Banner Bros .18
.lohn Harvey 244
Dennis A Francis,... 6b
Jensen A Lungren ,. 118
Pat O'Dea 12
Rothschild 34
77
103
Hois.
106
1 9S7
3.66S
2,166
31.1
3,049
1
Sheep.
1.00S
1,037
3.641)
2.584
Other Buyers 1 604
24,736
Totals
..7.176 11,096
34,460
again
There
Cattle Offerings In cattle were
moderate, estimated at 4,600 head.
were a few native steera .here today, which
were picked up on the early rounds at fig
ures steady with yesterday, and there were
mostly on the fair to good warmed-up
order. Good to prime steers were quot
able from $16.60 to $18.00, common to me
dium grades at $10.00 to $16.00. Butcher
stock was strong st yesterday's advance,
choice kinds selling from $9.60 to $12.00,
medium grades any where from $8.60 to
$9.50. Canners and cutters sold largely at
$7.00 to $8.00. Feeder buyers were active
and prices strong, best kinds were quot
able from $13.00 to $14.50, with medium to
good kind anywhere from $10.60 to 112.60.
Buyers were somewhat alow on several
strings of western steers, prices quotably
steady with yesterday;
Quotations on cattle: Choice to prime
beeves,- $17.0018.00; good to choice beeves,
$15.00018.50; fair to good beeves, $18.60
14 50; common to fair beeves, 10.00 (jj; 13.00 ;
good to choice yesrllngs, $14 0016.OO; fair
to good yearlings. $10.00014.00; common to
fair yearlings, $7.009.00; good to choice
grass beeves, $14.60016.50; fair to good
grass beeves, 1 1.60 IS. 50 ; eoramon to fair
grass beeves, $9.00011.00; Mexican beeves.
$8.6010.60; good to choice heifers, 9.0(tfj
12.00; good to choice cows, $9.50011.50;
fair to good cows, $8.50019.60; common to
fair cows, $8 60O8.60; prime feeders, $16.00
14.60; good to choice feeders, 111.00
12.75; fair to jtood feeders, . $9.00 10.76;
common to fair feeders, $7.00 8.00; good
to choice stockers, $10.00117S; stock
heifers, 17.6089.00; stock cows, $6.5007 60;
stock calvea, .$6.5010.00; veal calves, $7.00
13.00; bulls, stags, etc., $8.00010.60.
Hogs There were 134 loads of hogs on
the market today, estimated at 9,400 head.
The market was fairly active. Shippers
paying largely ateady prices for choice loads
on the early rounds, weakening towards the
close of the market. The bulk of the ship
pers was $18.40 to even money upon to
$19.10. The packer market was rather un
even and all the way from steady to ruuy
lOo and possibly a trifle lower, in some
cases a few loads sold down to $16.20, with
bulk of today's sales at $18.26giB.40. ine
general market la steady to 10c lower.
Sheen There were 10S loaas or. sneep re
ported today, estimated 38,000 head, making
the run tor the ftsst half of the week 89,-
221 head. The market waa active from the
opening, feeder Iambi selling all the way
from $17.60ffl17.0, prices that . wera qupt'
ably steady to lOo lower than yesterday.
No fat lambs had been sold at the time
of writing this report, but prospects were
for lower prices. The general market ao
far la steady to lOo lower.
Quotations on sheep: Lambs, good to
choice, $17.0017.80; lambs, fair to good
$14.00(317.00;. .lamb feeders, $17.6017.90;
yearlings, good to choice, $13.00014.60
yearlings, fair to good, $12.7618.00; year
ling feeders, $12.2501125; Ewes, good to
choice, $11. oop 12.50; ewes, lair to good
$10.0011.00.
Chicago IJve Stock.
Chicago, Aug. 11. (United 8tates Bureau
of Markets.) Cattle Receipts 11,000 bead
market strong; beef cattle, $10.0018.86;
butcher stock, heifers,. $7.6014.25; cows,
$12. 76014. 00; canners and cutters, $6,609
7.75; stockers and feeders, $7.60 18.00 ;
calvea, $17.26 17.75; western range beof
steers. $13.00 16.60; cows and heifers, $9.00
12.50.
Hogs Receipts. 11,000 head; good hoga,
strong: others ateady to 109 lower; top,
$20.00; butchers. $19.2019.95; lights, $19.25
20.00; packing, $17.90O19.10; roughs,
$17.4O017.5; bulk, $18.26 10.70; pigs,
$18.0018.SO.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 17,000 head;
lambs, steady; sheep, slow; lambs, $16.26
18.25; feeders, $13.76(317.66; ewes, $11.260
13.25.
Kansaa City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo. Aug. 11. Cattle Re
ceipts, 14,000 head, Including 200 southerns;
market steady; prime fed steers, $17,000
18.25; dressed beef steers, $11.00016.76;
western steers, $17.00r8.25; southern steers,
$7.6014.2S; cows, $6.50312.50; heifers,
$9.00Q14.5O; stockers and feeders, $7,760
14.60; bulls, $7.0010.00; calves, $8.00
14.00.
Hogs Receipts, 10,000 head; market
lower; bulk, $18.25011.26; heavy, $18.66
19.35; packers and butchers, $18.25019.40;
light, $18.26019.36; pigs, $16. 60017.76.
Sheep Receipts, 6,000 head; market
steady to 25c lower; lambs, $16.00018.00;
yearlings, $11.50016.00; wethers, $10,000
14.50; ewes, $9.00013.75; stockers and feed
ers, $6.00 018.00.
St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 21. Cattle Receipts,
6,400 head; market strong;, native beef
steers, $11.60018.25; yearling steers and
heifers, $9.6015.60; cows, $7.60012.60;
stockers and feeders, $8.6012,00; fair to
prime southern beef steers, $10.00017.70;
beef cows snd heifers, $7.60015 00; native
Calves, $7.75015.26.
Hogs Receipts, 14,200 head; market
strong; lights, $19.60019.90; pigs, $14,600
1875; mixed and butchers, $19.50019 90;
good heavy, $19.75019.10; bulk $17,750
19.90.
Sheep Receipts, 4,400 head; market
steady; lambs, $14.00017.00; ewes, $11,000
12.00; canners and choppers, 18.00 9.00.
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioux City, la., Aug 21. Cattle Re
ceipts, 1,200 head; market strong; beef
steers, $8.60014.00; fat cows and heifers,
$7.75011.60; canners, $6.0007.60; stockers
and feedtrs, $7.76012.00; feeding cows and
heifers. $6.7508.60.
Hogs Receipts, 1,600; market 10 cents
higher; light, $18.76019.20; mixed, $18.60
f 18.75: heavy, $18.60 18. 76; bulk of sales.
$18.46019.60.
Sheep Receipts, .1,000;'' market steady.
St. Joseph Live Stock.
St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 21. Cattle Re
ceipts. 2,000 head; market higher; steers.
$9 .00 18.00; cows and heifers, $6.0088.00;
calves, $.0014.00.
Hogs Receipts, 8,000 head; market low
er; top, $19.45; bulk, $18.60019.40.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, $.000 head;
market lower; lambs, $12.60017.60; ewes,
$5.00012.50.
Kansaa City General.
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 21. Butter
nd
Poultry Uncnangad.
Eggs Firsts, 39c; seconds, 33o.
Kansss City, Mo., Aug. 21. Corn Sep
temb'-r, 11.72; October, $1.69.
The Metal Markets.
New Vork, Aug. 21. Lead Unchanged:
spelter, firm; east St. Louis delivery, spot
j 9. on vp : 1 2
At London Tin, 1876 10s.
GRAIN ANDPRODUCE
Corn Prices Unchanged to 4
Cents Up; Bulk Higher;
Oats Advance; Wheat
Is Firm.
Omaha. August II.
Receipts of grain today slioned continued
lighter arrivals of wheat snd some Increase
rn corn and oats. Arrivals wer 93 cars of
wheat, 77 oars of corn. 77 cars of oats, 1
car of rye. and 1 car of barley
Corn prices generally rained from un
changed to 4 cents higher with the bulk In
all grades selling at an advance Trn.lmg
was brisk and offerings were dlnposed ot
early.
Oats were ljfltic advanced. No. I white
shewed an upturn of 1 cent.
Wheat figures were firm.
OMAHA GRAIN MOVNMKNT.
Receipts (cars) Today. W k Ago. I. Tr
Wheat 93 11" 16
Corn 77 60 $3
Oats 77 1" 41
Kve , 1 o l
Barley 1 1 4
Shlpmenta (cars)
Whest 75 :t 4
Oorn S f.7 76
Oat 1 11 40
Rye 1
Barley 1 1
RECEITTS IN OTHER MATtWETS
Wheat. Corn. Oat
Chicago 9M
Mlnneapoll 109
Puluth 8
Kaunas' City 313
in
45
31
14
St. Louis 396 14 46
Winnipeg 8
UNITED STATES CLEAR AVCKS.
Today. Tear Ago
Wheat ...779.000 109.000
Corn 203,000
Oats 665.00
Corn No. t white: 1 car, $1 93; 1 ca
ll.j:. No. $ white; 5 cars, $1 90; No.
while: 3 cars, $1.S7; 2-5 cars, $1 S5. N
6 white: 1 car. $1.83; 3 cars. 11.S2; 2-
csr, $l.l; 1-6 car il.no. sample white
1 car, $1.62; 1 car, $1.60; 1 car. $1.65. No
2 yellow: 1 car, $1.82; 1 car, II. M. No.
yellow: 1 car, $1.87; I cars. $1.77; 6 cars,
$1 76. No. 4 yellow: 1 cars, $1.76. No.
yellow: 2 ears, $1.74; 1 cars, $1.73. No.
yellow: 1 car, $1.70; 1 car, $1.61; 1 car
tl.66ii; 1 ear, $1.65. Sample yellow:
car, $1.61; 1 car, $1 60. No. I mixed: 1 car,
11.76. No. ( mixed: 1 car, $1.65; 1 car,
11.59; 8-6 car, $1.59. Sample mixed: 1 car,
$1 58: 1 car. $1 64.
Oats No. 1 white: 1 car, 7!Hc. Stand
rd. I car. 71Vc. No. I white: $ cars 72c
No. 4 white: 2 cars, 72c. 1 car, 71 e.
Rye No. J: 1 car, $1.62.
Wheat No. 1 spring: 1 car, $2.05. No
I mixed: 1 car. 3 16: 1 car, $2.11 (smutty)
1 '--ir.l - 1 $; isv,; 1 car, $3 .18. No.
t hard: 1 cars, $2 16; 11 cars, $2.15;
. ! . uniiMyi. iSn. 3 liard: 2 cars,
$2.13; 3 cars, $2.12; 1 car, $2.01 (smutty)
I car $11.08 (smutty). No. 4 hard: 1 car,
$2.07; 1 car, $2.06. No. 5 hard: 1 car, $2 08
1 car, $2 06. No. 1 spring: 1 car, $2.18
1 car, $2.1$ (smutty). No. 2 spring: 1 car,
$2.10 (smutty, northern); 1 car. $2.03. No,
2 spring: 1 car, $2 07 (northern, smutty)
Closing Chicago prices, mrmshed The Bee
by Logan & Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
815 South Sixteenth street, Omaha:
A rt lcle. Open. High. Low. Close. Y es' y
Corn T I i
Aug. 1 66 1 65!lS.1 1 63H164
Sep. 1 650K 1 6 163 1 64 164
Oct. 166Va-67 1 67 165 1 66V1 166
Oats.
Aug. 72H 71 71 7 72K
Sep. 73 73 72 73H 73 1,
Oct. 7614 7514 731 74H 73
Pork.
Rep. 44 25 44 25 44 00 44 10 44 30
Oct. 44 60 44 60 44 40 44 60 44 76
Lard.
Sep. 2 81 36 82 26 72 18 71 26 77
Oct. 26 87 21 87 26 82 26 81 21 10
Ribs. I I
Sep. 15 10 15 01 24 90 24 10 125 00
Oct 26 10 25 26 26 101 25 10 26 32
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Apprehension as to Crop Damage Cansea
Corn Pricea to Mount Rapidly.
Chicago, Aug. 21. Tbs corn market
started the day still under apprehension
aa to crop conditions, and pricea mounted
rapidly. Kansas still needed rsln and the
state meteorologist said that "prospects for
even a fair crop are diminishing." Com
mission houses and shorts bought freely,
The government weekly weather review
however, found conditions Improving In Illi
nois, Nebraska and Iowa, and In certain
localities southwest where there had, been
rains.
Oata shared the early strength ot corn,
but turned weak on selling, which waa
observed to come from recent heavy pur
chasers. The selling developed that the
market had little buying power. Country
offerings Increased on the advance. The
close wss weak. hiGViO net lower, with
October at 74 c.
In the dull atmosphere of the provisions
pit a little profit taking was sufficient to
offset demand from scattered commission
houses.
Cash Quotations: Corn No. t yellow,
$1.7801.81; No. 4 yellow, $1.70. Oats No,
1 white, 7273c; standard. 727SHo.
Rye No. 1, $1.7101.73. Barley $1,060
i.us. Timothy $6.0009.00; Clovei- Nora
lnal. Pork Nominal. Lard $26.62 Vi.
U1DS $24.00025.00.
New Vork General Market.
New York. Aug. 21. Flour Barely
steady; springs, $11.16011 40; winters,
$10.40010,70; Kansas, $11.10011.35.
Wheat Steady; No. 2 red, $2.34 track
New York, export to arrive.
Corn Firmer; fresh shelled No. i yel
low, $2.08; No. 8 yellow, $1.98, 0. I. f.
New York.
Oats Irregular; standard, 81a.
Hay Firm; No. 1, $1.6501.70; No. 1,
$1.6501.60; No. 3. $1.4001.46.
Hops Quiet; state, medium to choice,
1917, 33W41c; 1916, nominal; Pacific coast
1917, 1922c; 1916, 13016c.
Pork Unsettled; mess, $49 00049.50;
family, $63.00; short clear. $45.00(8)62.00.
Lard Barely steady; middle west, $26.85
020.95.
Tallow Quiet; city special, loose. 18Un
Rice Steady; fancy head, 1001014c; blue
rose, Sftc.
Butter Stesdy; unchanged.
Eggs Irregular; unchanged.
Cheese Firm; unchanged.
Live Poultry Weak; broilers, 33034c;
fowls, 13036c; others unchanged.
New York Money.
New York, Aug. 21. Mercantile Paper
uncnangeu.
Sterling Sixty-day bills, $4.72 others
unchanged; domand, $4.75.46; cables, $4 ,76ft.
Francs Demand, $6.67; cables, $5.66.
Guilders Demand. 61V,c; cables, 61o.
Lire Unchanged.
Mexican Dollars Unchanged.
Time Loans Steady; unchanged.
Call Money Strong; unchanged.
U. S. 2s, reg 98 III. C'en. ref. 4s.. 77ft
do coupon ... 98 Int. M. M. 6s 9S
U. S, 3s, reg.... 89K. C. So. ref. 6s 78
do COUD'in 994. L. AN 11 n 4m iiu
V. B. Lib. 3fts..l02.02M.,K. & T. 1st 4s 61
-u. o. s, reg. . , . lUBft vio. rac. gen. 4s 67 ft
do coupon . ..106UMonL Power 6s 88
Am. For. Sec. 5s. 97 N. Y. C. deb. 6s 14
Am. T. & T. 0. 6s 87No. Pao. 4s 81
Anglo-French 6s. 14 do 3s 68
Ann. & Co. 4fts. 82 O. 8. L. ref. 4a 11
Atchison gen. 4s. 80lac. T. A T. 6s.. 87
B. & O. cv. 76lVnn. con. Ua 94U
Beth. Steel r. 6s 84'4 do gen. 4Ui... BOtt
Cen. Leather 6a.. 94V.Readlng gen. 4s. 82
Cen. Pacific 1st 76W.S L A. S P r,u
I?. & O. cv. 5s.... 8IUS0. Pac. cv. 6s.. 91 ft
C, B. & Q. J. 4s 93So. Railway 6s.. 89ft
C.,M. & S P.c.4fts 77 Tex. & Pan. 1st 83ft
C..R.I. & P. r. 4a C8ftUnlon Pacific 4s. 86
C. & S. ref. 4fts 73U. H. Rubber 6s.. 80
D. & R. G. r. Gs 53 V. S. Steel 6s... 9Hi
D. of C. 6s (1931) 92Wabash 1st 91
Erie gen. 4s 63 ViFrench Gvt. 6fts. 99
Gen. Electric 6s 96 'Bid.
Gt. No. 1st 4s 87
Coffee Market.
New York, Aug. 21. There wss a little
more business In the market for coffee
futures today. Trade Interests were buyers
of near months but sold the deliveries,
while there was a scattering liquidation,
with little support In evidence. The open
ing was unchanged to 2 points lower. Offer
ings Of September were pretty well absorbed
around 8.38c, but after selling at 9. 12c early,
May sagged off to 9.06c and the close waa
3 to 1 points net lower, notwithstanding
bullish crop advices from Brazil. Septem
ber, 8.16c; October, 8.46c; December, 8.67c;
January, 8.75c; March, 8.91c; May, 9.05c;
July, 1.25c.
Spot Coffee Quiet; Rio 7s, 8ftc; Santos
4s, llftc.
Turpentine And Rodin.
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 21. Turpentine
Firm, 67c. Sales, 27; recelpta, 14; ship
ments, 22; stock, 26.96b.
Rosin Firm. Sales, 660; recelpta, 424;
shipments, 201; stock, 66,113. Quote: B,
$10.60; D, $10.65; E. $10.60; F, $10.90; G,
$10.95; H, $11.06; I, $11.10; K. $11.96; M,
$12.00; N, 12.26; WO, $12 60: WW. ,112.76.
Dry f.ood Market.
New YorI(,.Aug. 21. Tb" cli ui.mU it.i
ket was Inactive today. Cotton manufacturers
do not wish to sell at present. Knu
goods mills also are assuming s waiting at
titude. Worsted spinners are busy with war
work.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Market Drifts Idly, With Eela
tively Wide Movements in
Speculative Issues; Lib
erty Bonds High.
New Tork Aug. 21. Disregarding the
war news and home events of favorable Im
port, today's market drifted Idly In no defi
nite direction, dullness being relieved only
st rare Intervals by relatively wide move
ments In speculative Issues.
Traders as well as the more substantial
members of the financial community have
evidently arrived at the conclusion that pre
vailing market conditions will experience no
material change until the next Liberty loan
has been auccessfully floated.
The presence In this city of Secretary Me
Adoo was coincident with another advanoe
of Liberty Ifts to the new high record of
101:06. This new msxlmum, reached on a
very large turnover, compares with the
ear's minimum of 17.10.
Shippings were the active and strong
features of the opening on vague reports of
a consolidation of the leading American
marine Interests, but fell back abruptly
following publication of authoritative de
nials. Ignoring recent admonitions, pools ten
tatively resumed operatlona In soms of the
niKn priced specialties.
Kails, steels, equipments and various mis
cellaneous Issues held within 1 point areas,
with a disposition to ease at the Irregular
cIoks. The one striking setback wss made
In Cubin-American sugar, which dropped 16
points on a single offering.
The enlarged bond dealings resulted
mainly from Increased activity in Liberty
Issues, other divisions showing slight Ir
regularity. Total sales, par value, agar,
gated $3,250,000. Old United States coupon
4s rose on sales, others unrhanged.
Number of sales and range of price of
the leading stocks: Closing
oir mgn. LAW. Bid.
Am. Beet Sugar..,
A in. Can
Am. Car A Kdry..,
Am. Locomotive . ,
Am. Smelt, it- Hot. .
Am. Sugar Ref....
Am. Tel. A Tel....
Am. Z.. L. A S. . . .
8ft
on 47 46ft 46
600 85 64 ft 84
700 67 66 66
" 7 .8 78
SIMI 110 (9ft fl9ft
600 90ft 96 961,
19
Anaconda Copper.
Atrhlson
1,809 (ft
A. O. A W I S S.U.
Baltimore A Ohio. .
Butte & Sup. Cop. .
.... 102
$4 $4
2(1 it
l0ft lSOft
300 fit
$00 26
1.S00 12
l.oo fift
1,200 43
Canadian Pacific.
Central Leather ,.
Chicago, M. A 8. P.
Chicago AN. W..
ft 09
47
23
11
47
93
23
19
40
41
30ft
6S
15
r., K. I. A P. ctfs.
fhlno Copper
Colo. Fuel A Iron. .
Corn Produrts Ref.
Crucible Steel
2,300
300
2(1
39
1.000 43 43
1.900 9 S3
1,000 30 10
1,000 (9 (3
200 1S 16
Cuba Csne Sugar.,
Distillers' Sec
Erie
General Klectrlc ..
400 14ft 140 146
1,400 104 100 181
300 92 II 12
11
11
1,(100 (1 11 11
26,600 103 101 101
300 10 29 19
General Motors ...
Ot No. pfd
Gt. No. Ore Ctfs..
Illinois Central ...
Inspiration Copper.
Int. M. M. pfd
Inter. Nickel
nter. Paper
1,100
200
100
15
18
13
14 14
13 11
K. C. Houthern....
Kennecott Copper..
Louis. A Nash
Maxwell Motors ...
Mex. Petroleum ...
Miami Copper ....
13 13
.... lit
17 17
100 67
1.409 101 100 100
27
Missouri I'sclflo ...
S00 24
22
2.1
Montana Power ..
9ft
10
71
42
90
1
is
43
Nevada Copper . . .
600
(no
20
73
43
si
43
10
73
42
'
43
18 K
9ft
91
87
33
New York Central
N. Y N. H. A II. 12.500
Northern Paolflo
Paclflo Mall
Paclfto Tel. A Tel
100
" sob
Pennsylvania ....
Pittsburgh Coal..
Itay Con. Copper
30ft
23
9
91
16
21
43
1(0
1,400 23
Reading 1,300
90
92
87
24
44
Rep. Iron A Steel.
00
100
Southern Pacific ..
Southern Railway..
Studohsker Corp. ..
1,000
1.000
44
Texas Co
Union Paclflo ....
1,000 121 124 lit
200 127 117 127
35,600 111 111 111
200 110 110 110
400 11 10 10
23
100 11 12 12
100 41 43 48
V. S. Ind. Alcohol
S. Steel
IT. S. Steel pfd....
Utah Copper
Wabash pfd. B , .
Western Union ....
West. Electrlo ...
Bethlehem
1,200 11 11 13
Total salea for the day, 216,000 aharea.
Evaporated Apple and Dried Fruit.
w. nrk An 11 . Evanorated Apple
Dull; state, 1111.
prunes ymet; taiuomias,
fons, 11 (Flic .
Aprleots Firm; choice, lie; extra oheloe,
19Vo; fsnoy, 19o.
Peaches Firm; standard, UTH;
choice, 13c; fancy, 14014.
Raisins Steady; loose muscatels, te;
fholce to fancy seeded, 10 lie; seedless,
9 llftc; London layers,
New Tork Cotton.
New York. Aug. 11. Cotton closed iteady
at a net decline of 14 to II polnta.
Cotton futurea cloaad steady; octoDer,
11.79c: December. 31.28o; January, 11.16c;
March, 11.06o; May. 10.5o.
New York. Aug. II. Cotton futures open
ed steady; October, 81.76CI1 90c; December,
1 38c; January, tl.llo; March, ll.iao; May
none.
Held for Higher Court on
Charge of Robbing Store
Two men. whose preliminary trials
were heard in police court Weones
day morning, were bound over to the
September term ot district court.
Tack Osborne, negro. Twenty-first
and S streets, alleged to have robbed
the L. C. Larsen jewelry store. 204V5
North Sixteenth street, of six gold
watches valued at $90 and $12.50 in
cash, last Saturday morning, entered
a plea of not guilty to a charge of
breaking and entering, and was bound
over on a $1,000 bond.
b. Mauro. arramned on charge ot
receiving stolen property, was bound
over on a $1,000 bond. He is alleged
to have received 10 sacks of sugar,
valued at $90, which were stolen from
the McCord-Brady company several
weeks apro by Henry Slack, an em
ploye. Slack was apprehended in St.
oseph and brought to Umaha a week
ago. He was bound over to trie dis
trict court on a charge of larceny
as bailee.
Three Ask Marriage Knots
Severed in District Court
Tangled skeins of three matri
monial ties, all of them involving
hildless couples, were brought be
fore district court today for unravel-
Minnie A. Kern asks for a divorce
from Win, M. Kern, alleging cruelty.
Discontinuance of the Mails is
asked in a petition for divorce filed
by Matilda Mails from ban Mails.
She alleees he deserted her four years
ago and she has waited patiently for
him to return, but she has now made
up her mind that absence has not
caused his heart to grow fonder and
e is gone for good.
Llva V. lownsend gives non-sup
port as her ground for action for di
vorce from Linn A. Townsend. She
petitions for the restoration of her
maiden name, Elva Hinman.
Lincoln Man is Added to
Instructors at Y. M. C. A.
Wheaton Allen of Lincoln has been
dded to the staff of instructors in the
lucational department of the Omaha
Young Men's Christian association.
hnrollments in night classes are
coming rapidly, according to educa
tional secretary C. J. Shaw, especially
in the , industrial classes which pre
pare men for army and navy work.
The class which is preparatory to the
aval auxiliary reserve school in
cludes such men as Ensign Condit. in
charge of the navy recruiting station.
Inspecting Officer Kelly, Judge R. J.
Madden and Frank Builta, publicity
manager for the Nebraska Telephone
company.
TEUTON OFFICIAL
BEWAILS ALLIES'
"WILL TO WAR'
Dr. Solf Declares This Alone
Stands in Way of Restora- Kl
tion of Belgium to
Independence.
Amsterdam, Aug. 21. Discuss'ngV
Germany's Russian policy and th
Brest-Litovsky treaty, Dr. W. S. Solf,-?
German secretary of state' for the col
onies, is quoted from Berlin as fol-.j
lows: H
"The German government is fully ,,
resolved not to misuse the protection
which has been asked for and whicb."
has been granted because forcible atv
nexation would bar the way now
open to oppressed peoples tli toad
f (...-m n r .1 a- nnJ n...t...l IaI..
ance."
Dr. Solf, who was speaking before r-:
the German society, continued:
"The imperial chancellor declared,
last month in the Reichstag that wi "
do not intend to retain Belgium in
any form whatever. Belgium shall
arise again after the war as an in
dependent state, a vassal to no one
Nothing stands in the way of ths .
restoration of Belgium but the ene
my's will to war."
He declared that the German work-
ing classes were becoming conscioui
of the fact that the retention of Ger-;
many's colonies was a vital question.'
He said Germany desired compro
mise regarding colonial questions on
the basis that these possessions shall
correspond to the economic strength
of the nations.
Charters Motor to
Find Officers Who
Were Looking for Him '
i
When RolJand Wickburg. 24-year-old
mechanic of Stromsburg, Neb.,
learned United States pfficials wera
looking for him he chartered an au ,V
tomobile and hurrying to Omaha.;
rushed into the office of the Uriitea.
States marshal to ask what was
wanted.
Officials, who have been combing
the state and burning telegraph wires
in an effort to locate Wickburg, were '
dumbfounded but they explained, as
gently as possible, that Wickburg was.
wanted for violation of the Mann act
and would be held for taking a 17-year-old
girl from Omaha to Kansas
City. a y
The prisoner admitted making tin?
trip and paying the girl's fare. He in- -..
sists that she was broke, and wanted-'
to go to Kansas City arid he agreed'
to take her there and to help her get
a job.
He talked freely to Deputy United ,
States Marshal Quinley and seemed,'1
unable to understand that the charge
against him is serious.
He is married and has a son whose -
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the father was arrested. v i
Archbishop Harty Goes to
St. Louis for Sister's Funeral .
Archbishop J. J. Harty has gone to.
St. Louis in response to a telegram .
announcing the death of his sister;
there. She was a widow and is aurt
vived by two children. ,
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78 of the profits rein
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