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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1918.
Real Estate. Loam A Mnrto-ao-ea.
. -Q Q '
PER CENT mortgages, secured by
E. H. LOUOEE, INC..
til Keeline Bldg.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
CITY AVn FARM T.AAV9
Hi and ( per cent; farm loana for
. i- . ...
rcn i closing ovi per cent. J. tl
Dumont Co., 418 Keeline Bldg.
No Delay doling Loana.
W T GRAHAM.
to Bee BJdg Doug. 1531.
OMAHA "HOMES EAST. KEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1011 Omaha Nat Bt Bldr. Pout. ITlt.
JToF to 110.000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Weed, Weed Bldg-lSth and Farnam.
LOANS ON CITT PROPERTY
VH. Thomas & Son. Keeline Bldg
SHOPKN A COMPANY. Douc 4221.
WANTED TO BORKOW $1,000, S per
cent for 0 days. Farm ai security. Ad
dress Box 3741 Omaha Bee.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
NO. IHKR 6TH,
Our nut i' sum to McQehee, Ark
W. 8 FRANK 2 til NEVILLE BLK.
OTHEH SO and 160-acre tracts, smooth
. land, good soil. Rood water rights, on
terms bo easy the crops will pay for
tlie land; 10 Annual payments; we own
these lunds and ofrer them for sale to
fiirnnTs desiring good land whtrh they
an buy on 1,-rms permittlnif them to
jmy fur the lund and improvo it from
the rocwili of the crops as they go
nlon:r i'lII or write. Chicago Ttltle
nnd Trust company, 7.8 Ideal Bldg..
I'nver. Colo. Several thousand acres
to select from.
ItiO OK Ml ACHES non-irrigated, cheaper
wheat lund j clay loam soil; smooth
land; price 123 to 610 per acre; 36
wiles of Denver, close to small town
and elevator and shipping station; 10
annual payments. fhl"ano Title and
Trust company, 701-8 Ideal Bldg., Den
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
SO-ACRKS, irrigated; 14 miles from Den
ver, 'ons-half mile to elevator, beet
dump and railroad station; lj) the heart
of one of the oldest, most highly de
veloped Irrigated districts In this coun
try; 4 -room Imngalr.w house, shed, barn
nnd' bunk houe; 30 acres fine stand al
falfa cutting 6 tons per acre; balance
wheat land raising 45 bushels this year;
fine chocolate loam with clay sub-soil;
creek cuts one corner affording running
wh'ter year round; price reasonable and
term to suit; Immediate possession If
desired: ask 12.000 cash, balance 10 an
nual paymenta, ( per cent. Owned and
for sale by Chicago Title and Trust
company, 701-8 Ideal Bldg., Denver,
SO ACltKSi Irrigated, fTi7ewneat land;
under cultivation, but without build
ings; one mile to elevator and railroad
shipping station; 20 miles to Denver;
ample Irrigation water; easy terms; one
tenth' cash, balance 10 annual pay
ments; note location, close to Denver
with its big warkctK and stock yards;
nearby schools, churches, towns, etc.
Owned and for sale by Chicago Title
and Trust company, 701-8 Ideal Bldg..
6(1 ACHK3, Irrigated, improved, 14 miles
Denver. 12 acres alfalfa, balance smooth
land; good water rights; small' three
room house; tio acres Irrigated, 20 acres
non-Irrigated ; $1,500 cash down pay
ment, balance 10 annual payments
Charles O Klwood. T o 1 - Ideal Bldg..
?'i H BALK 40 acres, 14 miles from
Cheyenne Wells and I miles from First
View. Coin.; will soli right; would con
sider trndo for part, fair Improvements
If Interested write for particulars. J. B.
Has!4inin. f irst View, Colo.
1 have 12 "Hi, sections of land. Cheyenne
county, Colorado. 100 per cent till
able. . A snap if taken at once at $14
per acre V. J. Mnrehart, Mankato,
WOODBURY AND PLYMOUTH COUNTY.
IOWA FARMS FOR SALE.
110 acres Improved, 4 miles from stock
yards, Sioux City; 1 mile from pave
ment. Price, $226 per acre.
1C0 acre, new Improvements, 1 mile
from paving and street car line, Sioux
City. Price. $225 per acre.
$0 acres, unimproved, level land, all
In cultivation except 28 acres of hay
meadow, IVs miles east of Sail. la.
Price, 1125 per acre.
161 acres, Improvements small, all
lev- land, all In good state of cultiva
tion, 4 mlk-s from Balls. Price, $150
1C0 acres, well Improved. 1 mile from
Luton, 4 miles from Ballx. Price, $106
100 acres, improved, all level land.
1'4 miles from Luton, 4 miles from
Sails. Price,' 1150 per acre.
71 acres, unimproved, level land, 4
miles from Bronson. Price, $115 per
400 acres, well Improved, i miles from
Hornlclt, la., half the very finest level
bottom land and tlx balance rolling
Price, $140 per acrt.
100 acres lit Lucaa county. la., 1H
miles from Oakley, partly Improved,
. ' all In cultivation. Price, $135 per acre
I acres, unimproved, close In, West
" Side. Sioux City. Price, $1,360.
I acres, unimproved, Crescent Park
Gardens. Sloui City, on pavement, 4
blocks from car line. Per acre, $1,000.
120 acres. Improved, ( miles from
Parkston, llutohlnson county, a. v., all
In good state of cultivation. Price
$125 per acre.
6, 10 and 20 -acre tracts near Morning
aide, Sioux City, unimproved, at from
$350 to $500 per acre.
These properties are owned by H. C.
Feddersen and H. C Feddersen & Co.
An Immediate change In our business
makes It desirable to dispose of all of
our present holdings. Tbey art priced
to sell and terms will be made to meet
the reasonable requirements of purchas
ers. Possession March 1, ltlf, if sold
before October 1.
H. C. FEDDERSEN CO.
427 Frances Bldg. Sioux City, la.
SELL OR TRADE, what have youT F. B.
Schley, Council Bluffs, la.
FARMS AND RANCHES
We have several very attractive prop
erties for sals In Dawes. Keya Paha and
Brawn counties. These are places that
we have personally Inspected, and are
recommended as being good buys. Send
- for list and photos stating as to reur
wants Kloke In v. Co.. Omaha.
a, FINE improved 54 -section, three miles
from Oconto; $75 per acre; $4,000 caah;
balance ten equal payments. Farms and
ranches la and adjoining Wood River
Valley; no rock; no sand) com and
see O. W. McKlnney, Octonto, Neb.
. DOUGLAS COUNTY FARM.
14 seres valley land, t miles town;
- l-room house, large new barn, double
corn crib, chicken he use, cattle barn
, and machine shed. Well fenced. Prlc
$100. J. A. Olbbons. Blkhorn. Neb,
SEVERAL good Lucas county, ' Iowa,
. farms to exchange for good clean Ne
braska land; answer at ones with tall
description sad price. W J, Oood.
r0O corn hookers Is Henry county,
Iowa; yield 50 to ft bushels; husking
, starts October 15. Apply to Count
141 ACRES 241
TUE8DAT. OCTOBER 11, 1 P. M.
On the above date, on the premises,
we will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder regardless of price the
following described real estate: The
northwest quarter and the north half of
the southwest quarter of section four,
township fifteen north, range four, Mer
rick county, Nebraska, containing 143
acres more or less according to gov
ernment survey; located 1 miles east
and i4 miles north of Clarks, and 1
miles west and 2" miles north of
Havens. Terms: 15 per cent of the
purchase price cash day sale, owners
will carry an amount up to $14,000, to
be aecured by a fust mortgage on the
above described land, for a period of
fire years, bearing Interest at the rate
of ( per cent annually, balance March
1, 191$, when possession will be given.
Oood and sufficient abstract of title
with warranty deed delivered to pur
chaser day of settlement. Improve
ments: Oood five-room house with
large pantry and well In kitchen, welt
sheltered by nice large trees; barn for
14 head of horses, and 1 or 4 tons of
hay, cattle shed 24x4S, corn crib, gran
ary, good well and windmill. 60 acrea
of extra good meadow, 70 acres of as
good a pasture as there is In Nebraska,
8 acrea of which Is fenced hog tight;
balance of 123 acres under plow; soli
all good black loam which lies level
and well drained. An a No. 1 grain
and stock farm, and you make the
price. For further Information, ad
dress, Nebraska Realty Auction Co.
Central City, Neb.. M. F. Wood. J. M.
Haney. Fremont. Neb, Owners.
160 ACRES, ALL IN
lilO acres level land In Central Ne
bmska, 4 miles from town on main line
of V. P. R. R., air in winter wheat; no
buildings. Entire crop goes to pur
chaser; price $16,000; reasonable terms;
no work to be done until harvest; an
average crop will reduce cost of land
one-third. If purchaser prefers a sure
thing, owner will keep the crop and al
low ll.tiuu rash rent, to be deducted
from tho price.
Hera is a chance to make a hand
some profit with the minimum of per
sonal attention. Don't forget that I'ncle
8am guarantees $2.20 for the next wheat
crop, and that the world must be fed
after the war In dver.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
41S-418 Keeline Bldg. Phone D. 690.
A FINE IMPROVED RANCH
800-arre ranch; will sell on good terms,
wife sick and have to move; no sand or
rock; good black soil. E. Combs, North
North Platte, Neb.
VALLEY FARM 360 acres, new buildings,
pure spring water, fruit. $30 per acre
Other fai;ms. views free.
Box Y-B90. Omaha Bee.
BRINGING UP FATHER
International vews Service.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
WRITE me for pictures and prices of my
farms and ranches In good old Dawes
county. Arab L. Hungerford. Crawford.
ALFALFA whiat and corn Irrigated
farms and ranches, $15 to $170. Send
for list. Cover & Co., Coxad, Neb.
MERRICK COUNTY, Improved corn and
alfalfa farms at the right price. M. A.
LARSON. Central City, Neb.
160 ACRES, Improved, close In. paved road
Nllnon. 422 Securities Bldg
"In the Heart nf the Range"
The Jordan Valley ProJecL
Malheur Cfounty. Oregon.
An empire In the making, land $1.00 per
acre plus the cost of the water You can
file on grazing homestead entries nearby
Literature and particulars on request
Next excursion October 2tlth.
HARLEY J HOOKER.
9tn p'irst Natl. Bk. Bldg. Omaha. Neb.
110 ACRES adjoining town, east Texas
fruit district. $10. Will trade for Ne
braska or Iowa. O. P. Stebbins, 1610
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 pef
a Including paid up water rights. Henry
Levi ACM Rylander. S4 Omaha NaPI.
WYOMING AND NEBRASKA WHEAT
Choice farms In the celebrated Golden
Prairie district. I believe the best buys
on earth today. Quarters, halves, sec
tions, $20 to $50. Write H. H. Whaley,
Pine Bluffs. Wyo.
To Become a Hupmoblle
1918 Hupmoblle, 5-passenger $1,300
1918 Hupmoblle, 5-passenger 1.350
1917 Hupmoblle, roadster 860
1916 Hupmoblle, 5-passenger .... 700
A, FEW OTHER MAKES.
1918 New Jordan, 5-passenger. ... $2,750
1016 Hudson, 6-40, 7-passenger. . . 700
1U Drummond. 4-cyl.. 6-pass 550
1916 Mitchell, 6-paasenger 389"
1916 Jeffrey, 6-ey!., 7-passenger.. 400
OUR TRUCK DEPT.
Late Model O. M. C, 1-ton $1,060
Dart. 2-ton chassis 700
VICTOR MOTOR CO.,
Douglas 6486. 2525 Farnam St.
Wrecked and leaky radiators repaired
and rebuilt; large stock used radiators
on band. Mashed fenders and lamps
repaired like new. New stock of Ford
OMAHA RADITOR AND TIRE WORKS
1118 Cuming St. Omaha. Neb.
1917 4-PASSENGER HUDSON
5 CORD TIRES.
HAS BEEN RUN 6,000 MILES.
CALL HARNEY 2877.
FOR SALE OR TRADE SO-h, p. Mitchell
chumm roadster, high speed and pow
er. Will accept Ford in Al condition as
part payment A bargain. B. B. Frank.
Route 6. 75A, Benson, Neb.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
All makes. With and without starters,
li to pick from. Phone D. 1241 or call
at 1516 Davenport
BOYLAN AUTO CO.
USED CARS AND TRUCKS'
AT BARGAIN PRICES,
8TANDARD MOTOR CAR CO..
1020 Farnam St. Omaha. Neb.
1918 MAXWELL 3-passenger roadster,
$500. Drafted. Will give thorough dem
onstration. Room (, Wellington Inn.
FOR SALE Oldsmoblle Sedan; car Is
new; would not ba for sals only on ac
count of sickness. Car at Strehlow
GOOD USED CARS.
GUY L. SMITH.
28th and Farnam Sts. Douglas 1970
WE) ARE THE USED CAR MEN.
TRAWVER AUTO CO..
1910 Farnam. Harney 414.
OAKLAND. Sensible Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO..
" 2300 Farnam St
BARGAIN 1917, four-cylinder Stearns
Knight 5-passenger touring car. Call
BARGAINS In used cars.
ORR MOTOR 8ALES CO.,
40th and Farnam. Harney 414
BARGAINS IN USED CAR8
McCaffrey Motor Co.,
15th and Jackson, Ford Agents. D. 3601
WANTED FOR f.'OT CASH. 100 USED
CARS) quick si.ion; no delay. Auto
Exchange Co.. IMS Farnam St. D. 1015.
QUALITY USED CARS,
TAJ BRUNT AUTOMOBILE CO,
1406 LEAVENWORTH ST.
OWNER dratted; must aell dasdy Ford
touring car. Cash or terms. Har. 1661.
Tirea and Supplies.
SPECIAL SALE ON NEW AND
Flak, Goodrich, General, Carsprlng,
riamond. Congress. National, Sear, Me
Graw, Portage, Kent Los, Keystone,
Goodyear Mention else and wa will
OMAHA RADIATOR T1RB WORKS.
1014 Farnam fit. ' 111! Cumins, St.
OUT OP JAIL THAN
T lt TO jNEAv?
CM 1Y rr tl.,m
NOW I M irs A FINE FIX
I FOR,OT TO CARRY
OUT MB HOE-
oh: thank jvn
isa I II! I - III! H .TTT" T ' .
I r I ji T c. 7r J i fl iff . .1 3 1 ' r7- - i
fsr r- i c.FKf (JI B in vj
Peace May Be Declared
But used cars are bound to advance,
as there Is a big shortage of material.
We have a large collection, almost new,
bought right, and we guarantee every
one. Money back If not satisfied after
24 hours' trial.
Trawver Auto Co.
1910 Farnam St. Douglas 9070.
X FAV CA I.) ILL AC EIGHT.
BAKOA1N For sale, nearly new Ca
dillac Eight, 7-passenger touring car,
equipped with two extra new cord tires.
Car bought new July 1st; would now
cost $4,000; will price for immediate
cash sale at $2,800; guaranteed in per
fect condition. Address Room 422 Ho
Market and Financial News of the Day
NEW TIRES ANI TUBES ON SALE.
Ford tubes....$3.3532x3'i $16 75
30x3 $9 95 33x4 f23 4f.
30x3H $13 5I 34x4, non-skid. $24 75
Firestone. McGrau, Republic, Congress.
I.ee Pullman, Fish Send for circular.
K AIM AN TIRE JOBBERS. 1721 Cuming
TIRES AT HALF-PRICE.
Write ua for particulars.
2-ln-l VULCANIZING CO..
1516 Davenport. Phone D. 1241.
REAL bargains In slightly used tires; new
tires at very low prices. G. and O. Tire
Co. 2415 Leavenworth st. Tyler 1261-W
BUY Lee puncture-proof pneumatic tires
and eliminate your tire troubple. Powell
Supply Co. 2051 Farnam St.
NEW tires and tubes, 'in per cent off list.
Douglas 2916. Omnhn rut Rate Tire Co.
Auto Livery andGarages.
KENT A FORD DRIVE iFvOUHSELF
15c per mile, S5o per hour mlmlmum
charge. Sundays and holidays, COo per
FORD LIVERY CO..
Douglas -JA23 1314 Howard St
AUTOMOBILE electrical repairs; servlct
station for Rayfleld carburetors and
Columbia storage batteries. Edwards
2610 N. 19th Webster 1101
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
HARLEY-D AVIDSON MOTORCYCLES
Bargains In used machines. Victor H
Roos. the Motorcycle Man, 27th and
BICYCLE, good condition, $12 cash. Wal
THE SALVATION Army Industrial Home
sollctls your old clothing, furniture, mag
azines. We collect We distribute
Phone Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new homo
1 1 1 0-1112-1 114 Dodge ft.
RUPTURE successfully treated without a
surgical operation. Call or write Dr.
Frank H. Wray, 306 Bee Bldg
MONEY TO LOAN
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as secur
ity. $40. 6 mo., H goods, total, $3.50.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
432 Security Bldg . 16th & Farnam Ty 666
LIBERTY BONDS. O V
C FLATAU. EST. 1892 " 10
6TH FLR. SECURITY BLDG TY 960
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Maleshock, 1514 Dodge. D. 6619. Est. 1891
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
C. G. Carlberg and wife to Allda M.
Sagert, 35th St., 49 ft. n. of Arbor
St., 49x133 $ 2,925
John Radman and wife to Ida L.
Parker, Harney st., 48 ft. e. of
44th St.. n. s., 48x132 6,000
Lillie C. Richards and husband to
Alexander H. Richardson, s. w.
ocr, 38th and Dodge sts., 90x155.. 25,000
M. E. Howell to John H. Brimson
et al., Ersklne St., 200 ft. w. of
47th St.. s. s., 50x128 100
Ralph F. Clary and wife to John
Ruftlno. 22d St., 180 ft. 8. of Pop
pleton ave., 30x129 3i500
Alice Walsh and husband to Nick '
Nlgro, 30th st., 34 ft. n. of Tucker
St., e. s., 32x1.12 2,100
Clyde Gilbert and wife to Mary B.
Ryan, 34th St., 250 ft, n. of Laurel
ave., w. s., 80x124.5 100
Nellie Brazil to Mary B. Ryan, 34th
st., 170 ft n. of Laurel ave., w.
8., 160x124.5 2,250
Andrew V. Hlslop to George Pin
deero, n. w. cor. 24th and Dav
enport sts., E4V.X132 2,750
Jacob F. Lutz to G. L. Steck, s. w.
cor. 42d and Grand ave., 135x231. .,750
George M. Raymer and wife to John
F. Flack, 44th at, 200 ft. s. of
Spauldlng St., w. s., 40x134 2,306
Comparative Loral Record,
1918. 1917. 1916. 1915.
Highest yesterday 60 50 69 68
Lowest yesterday 48 29 42 63
Mean temperature ...54 40 66 60
Precipitation 01 .T .00 .00
Temperature and precipitation depart
ures from the normal:
Normal temperature 64
Excess for the day 0
Total excess since March 1 804
Normal precipitation 0.08 inch
Deficiency for the day 0.07 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 . .13.06 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 13.23 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1917 6.64 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period, '16 11.98 Inch
Reports From Stations at 1 P. M.
Station and State Temp. High- Rain-
of Weather. 7 p. m. est. fall.
Cheyenne, part cloudy 64 68 .00
Davenport, clear 68 66 .00
Denver, cloudy 68 98 .01
Des Moines, cloudy.... 62 64 .00
Dodge City, cloudy 64 70 .00
Lander, clear 54 58 Jit
North Platte, cloudy.. 62 64 .18
Omaha, raining.. .65 60 .01
Pueblo, cloudy 58 64 .02
Rapid City, clovt:'. . . .54 64 .00
Salt Lake City. oudy 56 58 .00
Santa Fe, ralnlrtg 50 56 .03
Sheridan, cloudy 62 64 .00
Sioux City, cloudy 54 56 .00
Valentine, cloudy ....64 54 .04
L. A. WELSH, Meteorologist.
1116-1118 -Doudlas St:
Steers Fifty to Dollar Lower
Than a Week Ago; Decline
on Hogs Continues ; Sheep
One to Two Dollars Off.
Omaha, October 18. 1918.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Ofiirial Monday 19,933 4,035 40,126
official Tuesday ... 12,211 6,111 45 705
Official Wednesday ..12,530 5,627 34,286
Official Thursday .. 4,313 4,301 40,016
Estimate Friday 2,600 4,200 3,500
Five days this wk.. 61,485 23,326 163,633
Same days last week.. 64,778 32,482 123.025
Same days 2 wks. ago. 49, 789 28,203 178,050
Same days 3 wks. ago.58 757 27,086 212,734
.Same days year ago. .68, 546 24,238 106,489
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at ilia Union Stock yards for 24 hours
ending at 3 o'clock yesterday;
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H's.
C. M. & St. P. . . 2 2
TiHon Pacific ..16 8 1
C. & N. W , east ... 5 ... 1
". & N. W., west 31 16
C , S P., M. & O. 1 1
C, B. & Q., east 3 4 ... ...
C B. ft Q., west 39 13 7,
C. R. I. A P. east 3 7
(' R I ft P west 1 1
Illinois Central.. 2 3
Total receipts ..95
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris A Co 508
Swift & Co 1,037
Cudahy Packing Co 98
Armour & Co... . 1,441
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co
mucins Packing Co
Hoffman Bros. ...
W B Van Sant & Co
F P. Lewis 801
J B. Root & Co.. 39
J. H. Bulla 98
Rosenstock Bros... 21
F. O. Kellogg 62
Werthe'er & Degen 67
M. K. C. & C. Co..
E. G. Christie.....
Banner Bros 116
John Harvey ...... 153
Jensen & Lundgren 17
Cheek & Krebs.... 26
Other buyers 2,975
Cattle Receipts were light this morn
ing, estimated at 93 cars of cattle, and
there were very few beeves of any kind
on sale and prices quotably steady to
strong. As compared with a wek ago,
native steers are 2660o lower and west
erns 50c and $1 00 lower. Butcher stock
was strong this morning, outsiders beelng
active buyers and prices 6075c lowor
than a week ago. Feeders closed strong,
but nevertheless about $1.00 lower than
Quotations on cattle: Good to prime
beeves, $17. 00 IS . 26 ; good to choice
beeves, J16.2616.60; fair to good beeves,
$13,260)16.00; common to fair beeves, $9.00
12 75; good to choice yearlings $16,009
17.60; fair to " good yearlings, $12.00
15.50; common to fair yearlings, $8.60
11.00; choice to prime grass steers, $11.60
14.50; fair to good grass beeves, $11.00
13.00; common to fair grass beeves, $8.60
10 50; Mexican beeves, $8.0010.00; good
to choice heifers, $S.60tJ11.00; good to
choice cows, $8. 00 $10.25; fair to good
cows, $7.258.00; common to iair cows,
$S.50Z.OO; prime feeders. $12.00 13.60
good to choice feeders, J9.75ll.60; fair
to good feeders, $8. 60S) 9. 60; common to
fair feeders, $6.0067.50; good to choice
stockers, $9.00010.60; stock heifers, $7.00
8.25; stock cows, $6.2507.50; stock
calves, $6.50010.50; veal calves, $6 000
13.00; bulls, stags etc., $7.6009.50.
Hogs Sixty loads of hogs were re
ported In today, estimated at 4,200 head,
supplies for the week being 23,300 head.
The downward trend of hog prices con
tinued today at perhaps a greater de
cline on the best hogs,- although there
was a scarcity of well finished hogs on
the market. The decline has been of an
uneven nature every day this week, mak
ing comparisons with the preceding day
rather difficult. Today's market Is gen
erally 25c lower than yesterday, although
some sales -did not show quite sb much
of a decline and other salea looked as if
greater reduction had been recorded In
prices. Todays' bulk is $16.75017.00, with
a top of $17.45.
Sheep There was a very light run of
sheep even for a Friday, receipts today
being estimated at 3,600 head, making the
total for week of 163,600 head. Yesterday
witnessed the heaviest break any day this
week on feeder lambs, with $12.60 recorded
as the top, the best here selling from
$12.00 up. with good kinds on down to
$11.50 and common kinds to $10.50. The
market has gradually worked lower all
week on feeder lambs, although there has
been a noticeable scarcity in choice grades.
The decline of the week is from $1.50
2.00, common lambs suffering the most.
Fat lambs are not over 6076c lower than
last week and aged sheep In the neigh
borhood of 60c lower. Today's market
shows a weakness, with $12.26 aa the top.
Quotations on sheep: Lambs, good to
choice $14.76015.35; lambs, fair to good,
$13.00014.75; lamb feeders, $10.50012.50;
yearlings, good to choice, $10.00011.00;
yearlings, fair to good, $9.00010.00; year
ling feeders, $10.80010.60; wethers, fat,
$9.0010.00: wether feeders. $8.0009.00;
Ewes, good to choice, $7.6008.00; ewes,
fair to good, $7.0007.50; ewe feeders, $6.00
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Oct 18. Cattle Receipts,
3,000 head; market steady; prime fed
steers, $17.00019.15: dressed beef steers,
$12.00017.00; western steers, $9.00013.60;
southern steers, $7.50011.60; cows, $6.50
011.60; heifers, $7.00012.50; stockers and
feeders. $7.00013.00; bulls, $6.5O0$.5O;
calves. $6.00012.60 .
Hogs Receipts, 7,000 head; market
lower; bulk, $16.90017.00; heavy, $17.00
017.75; packers and butchers, ,$16,900
17.75; lights. $16.60017.50; pigs, $16,600
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head;
market, steady; lambs, $13.00016.40;
yearlinga, $10.00011.00; wethers, $9,60 0
10.60; ewes, $1.0001.60: stockers and
St, Lonls lira Block.
St. Louts, Oct II. Cattle Receipts.
1,200 head; market higher; native beet
steers, $11.60018.25; yearling steers and
heifers. $9.60016.60; cows, $7.60012.10;
stockers and feeders, $6.10011.00; beef
cows and heifers, $7.(0015.00; native
Hogs Receipts, (,700 head; market
ateady; lights, $16.76017.(0; pigs, $14,150
16.75; mixed and butchers, $17.00017.75;
good, heavy, $17.60017.8$; bulk, $17,000
, Sheep tad Lambo Receipts, 1,100
Fair Food Prices.
The price fixing committee of
Dougldl county lias named the fol
lowing prices. Retailers are not
permitted to charge more than
Brown Sugar, per lb $0.11
Sugar, per lb 11
Flour (Nebraska) 24-lb. No. 1.. 1.55
48-lb. No. 1 3.00
Bulk, per lb 07
Hominy '. 07
Oswego cornstarch 12
Cornmeal, per lb., white 05
Corn flour .06 H
Potatoes, per lb., No. 1 03 V4
No. 2 03
Butter, per lb., creamery No. 1 63
Creamery No. 2 68
Eggs, selects 55
No. 1 ! 61
No. 2 44
Bread (U. S. Standard loaf wrap
ped), 13 oz. single loaf 08
12-ox, loaf 2) 16
16-oz. loaf 10
24-oz. loaf 16
Crackers (Victory) '" i
Soda '. ! 20
Rice (In bulk), per lb.. No. 1 15
No. 2 12
Barley flour 06 Vi
Rye Graham flour, 24-lb. sack.... 1.75
Rye flour, 24-lb. sack 1.75
In bulk, per lb 08
Oatmeal (In bulk), per lb .07
Beans, per lb., navy, No. 1 '. . .15
Pinto, best No. 1 WA
Bacon, per lb.
No. 1 whole pieces, wrapped 57
No. 1, whole pieces, unwrapped.. .55
No. 1, sliced 65
No, 2, whole pieces, wrapped 54
No. 2, whole pieces unwrapped.. .53
No. 2, sliced 60
Ham (whole). No. 1 skinned 42
No. 1 regular 42
Lard, per lb.. No. 1 pure .35
Oleomargarine (in cartons), per lb.
No. 1 40
No. 2 35
New cabbage, best quality, per lb. .04
Corn syrup (In cans), 1 lbs 20
2 lbs i 25
5 lbs ...I 50
10 lbs 85
Note 1 These prices are for cash over
Note 2 An additional charge may be
made for delivery or credit to customers.
Same price for rye or graham. Bread
prices are for cash and carry or credit
head; market steady; lambs, $16.50
16.75; ewes, $11.00012.00; canners and
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Oct. 18. Cattle Receipts, 4,000
head; market generally ateady; beef cat
tle, good, choice and prime, $14.35019.40;
common and medium, $9.00014.35; butch
er stock, cows and heifers, $6.65013.00;
canners and cutters, $5.7(06.76; stockers
and feeders, good, choice and fancy, $9.75
012.60; inferior, common and medium,
$7.0009.76; veal calves, good and choice,
$15.50016.00; western range beef steers,
$14.60017.00; cows and heifers, $8.25
Hogs Receipts, $1,000 head; market
closed dull, mostly lower; packing grades
In Indifferent demand; clearances poor;
butchers, $17.75018.45; light, $17,400
18.35; packing, $16.00 17.25 ; rough,
$16.60015.86; pigs, good to choice, $15.60
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, $.000 head;
market steady to strong; lambs, choice
and prime, $15.50015.76; medium and
good, $13.60015.50; culls, $8.00012.00;
ewes, choice and prime, $10.00010.25;
medium and good, $8.60010.00; culls,
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioux City, la., Oct. 18. Cattle Re
ccelpts, 1,200 head; market strong; beef
steers, $7.00018.00; canners, $6.0006.60;
stockers and feeders. $7.60012.00; feed
ing cows and heifers. $6.0009.00.
Hogs Receipts, 2,500 head; market
20c lower; light, $17.30017.46; mixed,
$17.15017.10; heavy, $16.80017.10! bulk
of sales, $16.90017.20.
Sheep Receipts, 1,500 head; market
St. Joseph Live 8tock.
St. Joseph, Mo., Oct. 18. Cattle Re
ceipts, $00 head; market strong; steers,
$8.00018.00; cows and hejfers, $5.60
16.00; calves, $6.00012.26.
Hogs Receipts, 2,500 head; market low
er; top, $17.80; bulk of sales, $17.17.75.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 2.000 head;
market ateady; lambs, $10.00015.50; ewes,
' , Omaha Hay Market.
Receipts were god on both prairie
hay and alfalfa, while the demand Is
only fair, causing the market to go some
lower ron all grades of hay and alfalfa.
Hay Choice upland prairie, $26.60; No.
1 upland prairie, $24.50025.60; No. 2 up
land prairie, $21.00023.00; no. 3 upiana
prairie, $13.60016.00; No. 1 midland
prairie, $24.50g25.5O; No. 2 midland
prairie, $Z1.00Z3.oo; ino. i lowianu
prairie, $18.50020.50; No. 2 lowland
prairie, $14.00016.00; No. 3 lowland
Alfalfa Choice. $30.00031.00; No. 1,
$29.00030.00; standard, $27.00029.00; No.
2, $24.10026.50; No. 3, $21.00024.00.
Straw Oat, $7.0008.00; wheat, $6,500
Chicago, 111., Oct. 18. Butter Unset
tled; creamery, 51 0 56c. ,
Eggs Receipts 6,366 cases; unchanged.
Potatoes Market higher; 62 cars;
Minnesota, and Dakota, bulk, $1.6001.70;
Minnesota and Dakota, sacks, $1.7501.80;
Wisconsin, bulk, $1.6001.70; Wisconsin,
Poultry Alive, market unchanged.
Kaasas City Produce.
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 18. Butter
Creamery, 64c firsts, (2c; seconds,. 61c;
Eggs Firsts, 48c; seconds, 41c.
Poultry Hens, 34c; roosters, 19c;
New York Produce.
New . Tork, Oct. , 18. Butter Market
Eggs Steady, unchanged.
Cheese Steady, unchanged:
Poultry Firm to easy, unchanged.
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah", Oct. 18. Turpentine Firm;
60c; sales, II bbls. ;. receipts, 244 bbls. ;
shipments, 29 bbls.; stock, 10,177 bbls.1
Rosin Firm; salea, 40S bbls.; receipts,
754 bbls.; stock, 68,151 bbls. Quote: B.
D, E. $14.10; F, $14.16; O, $14.10; H.
$14.40; I, $14.65; K, $16.00; M, $16.16; N,
$16.26; WG, $1" ' ,"w. $16.60.
Dulutb. Oct. Unseed II.4U
Corn Unchanged to Five Cents
Higher; Wheat and Oats
Omaha, Oct II, 1918.
The grain market continued narrow,
with receipts totaling only 116 cars.
Wheat arrivals were 10 cars; corn, 42
cars; oats. 17 cars; rye, 4 cars, and bar
ley 12 cars. Shipments were 171 cars,
of which 8 cars were of wheat, 84 cars of
corn, 72 cara of oats, no rye and 7 cars
Corn offerings were In good demand
at prices ranging from unchanged to 6c
higher. The advance In the good grades
was generally not more than lc or 2c,
with considerable selling at yesterday's
prices. No. 4 mixed brought the ex
Wheat and oats were unchanged and
barley unchanged to 2c higher.
OMAHA GRAIN MOVEMENT.
Receipts: Today. Wk. Ago. Yr. Ago
Wheat 10 20 26
Corn 42 15 89
Oats 17 18 66
Rye 4 .. 6
Barley 12 14 (
Wheat 8 11 41
Corn 84 62 43
Oats 72 20 80
Rye .. 7
Barley T 1 (
RECEIPTS IN OTHER MARKETS.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 138 208 137
Kansas City 121 34 11
St. Louia 66 40 26
Winnipeg 823 .. ..
Corn No. 2 white, 1 car $1.48, 1 car
$1.47; No. 3 white, 1 car $1.45,1 car $1.43;
No. 4 white, 3 cars $1.25; No. 5 white, 2
cars $1.22; No. 6 white, 2 cars $1.17;
sample white, 1 car $1.10; No. 2 yellow,
1 car $1.47, 1 car $1.43; No. 3 yellow, 2
cars $1.42: No. 4 yellow, $ cars $1.30; No.
5 cars, 1 car $1.25, 1 car $1.24; No. 8 yel
low, 2 cars $1.20; sample yellow, 3 cars
$1.30; No. ( yellow, 1 car $1.25, 1 car
$1.24; No. 6 yellow, 2 cars $1.20; sample
yellow, 3 cara $1.12, 1 car $1.09; No. 3
mixed, 1 car $1.40; No. 4 mixed, 1 car
Oats Standard, 1 car 66c; No. S
white, 11 cars 66c.
Barley No. $, 1 ear 97c; No. 4, 2 cars
Wheat No. I hard. 1 car $2.10
(smutty); No. 4 hard, 1 car $2.06
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Report of Recall of 17-BobU Has Bullish
Influence On Corn Market.
Chicago, Oct. 18. Reports that the
German U-boats had been called In gave
a decided stimulus today to bullish senti
ment In regard to corn. Largely as a
result, prices at the finish, although un
settled, were lo to 10 net higher, with
November $1.21(4, and December $1.16
to $1.16. Oats gained 14c to c net.
Provisions closed 26o to 60c down,
Belief that exportation of grain would
be much facilitated by recall of the U
boats put the corn bears at a disad
vantage from the outset. Notwithstand
ing that the report as to the recall were
by no means fully accepted as true, a
majority of traders credited the . gossip
sufficiently to try to anticipate In a
measure the Implied likelihood of greatly
Increased freedom for commercial ship
ping and therefore of a better demand
for grain. In this connection, talk was
current that regardless of the course of
hostilities It would be many months and
possibly years before consumption of ce
reals could decrease to a pre-war Dasis.
However, top prices of the day were not
well maintained, and during the late
dealings, the market was in an uncertain
Oats averaged higher with corn. The
buying was scattered. Weakness of pro
visions was due mostly to nog mantel
Oats developed firmness with corn.
Small dealings sufficed to affect val
ues. After opening unchanged to lttc
higher, with November 6666Kc, the
market continued to ascend.
Provisions reflected weakness In the
hog martaet Rallies took place, how
ever, when cererals advanced.
Subsequently, the late weakness of corn
had a bearish effect on provisions.
Oats No. 3 white, 6714069c; standard,
Rye No. 2, nominal.
Chicago closing prices furnished The
Bee by Logan & Bryan, stock and grain
brokers, 215 South Sixteenth street.
Buying Orders Are Large and
Prices Advance Sharply;
Steel Is Leader in the
New Tork, Oct. 18. Ignoring the warn
ings of high authorities at horns and
abroad against undue optimism regard
ing the war's early termination, traders
and a large percentage of the publlo to
day again Indulged In another bullish
Totsl sales of stocks amounted to 1,676,
000 shares, the range of advances ex
tending from 2 to 8 points In many repre
sentative stocks and from 10 to $6 points
In others of a highly speculative charac
ter. Foremost among the latter was Mexi
can Petroleum, which rose on enormous
dealings from 1584 to 192, back to 174
and closed at 182, a net gain of 24H
Royal Dutch, another oil stock, made
an extreme gain of 19 points, only a small
part of which was relinquished. Texas
company was only mouerately active at
an extreme gain of 5 points.
Metals and rails were consistently
strong, gaining 2 to 7 points, with Utah
Copper and American Smelting and South
ern Pacific and other transcontinental,
also coalers and trunk lines In unusual
United States Steel, which furnished over
20 per cent of the day's turnover, the
largest of the year, caught its stride In
the final hour, rising almost 3V4 points and
closing within a fraction of Its best.
War shares and marines were under
I marked restraint during the early session,
the latter yielding on further delay In con
summation of the deal with British cap
italists, but the munition and ordinance
stocks caught up with the buoyant move
ment at the close, gaining 1 to 3 points.
Convertible issues were the strong
feautures of the bond market, Liberty
Issues displaying decided Irregularity,
with no 'especial feature to the Interna
tional group. Total sales, par value, ag
gregated $11,500,000. Old United States
bonds registered no change on call.
Art. Open. High. Low. Close. Yest'y
Corn I I
Nov. 1.20H 1 22 1.20 1.21V 1.19
Dec. 1.16 1.18K 1-16 1.16 1.1514
Nov. .6614 .67 .6614 .66 .65
Dec. .65 .66 .65 .6614 .6514
Pork 1 i I
Oct. 35.00 I
Nov. 35.76 35.85 36.00 135.00 36.30
Oct. 25.47 25.50 25.45 26.22 2S.65
Nov 24.35 24.56 24.35 24.22 124.62
Ribs. II I
Oct. 21.25 121.27 20.90 20.90
Nov. 21.40 21.40 21.22 21.00 21. 42
Minneapolis, Oct. 18. Wheat No. 1
northern, old, $2.21.
Oats 62 06314c
Barley 88 095c.
St. Louis Grain.
St. Louis, Oct. IS. Corn October,
$1.27 bid; November, $1.24 asked.
Oats October, 68c; November, 66c
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 18. Corn Oc
tober, $1.29; November, $1.26 01.26
December, $1.22 01.22.
New York Cotton.
New Tork, Oct 18. Cotton closed
steady at a net -advance of 30 to 40
New Tork Cotton Futures.
New Tork, Oct. II. 42otton Futures
opened steady; December 30.65c; Jan
uary, I9.10o; March. 29.Ho, Hay, 19.710.
Number of sales and quotations on lead
ing stocka: Closing
Sales. High. Low. Bid.
Am. Beet Sugar. . .1,600 70 70 70
American Can... 8,400 46 45 46
Am. Car & F'dry 2,800 86 85 85
Am. Locomotive. 7,900 68 67 68
Am. Smelt & Ref 114,000 94 81 92
Am. Sugar Ref.. 5,300 114 112 113
Am. Tel. A Tel 105
Am. Z , L. and S. 1,200 16 15 16
Anaconda Copper 46,100 74 72 73
Atchison 3,900 94 92 94
A G & W I S L 3,000 107 104 107
Bait. & Ohio.... 5,700 66 '65 65
B. & S. Copper.. 400 25 25 25
Cal. Petroleum.. 6,900 24 23 23
Canadian Pacific 3,300 172 171 171
Central Leather 6,800 69 67 67
Ches. & Ohio.... 6,200 60 69 60
C, M. & S. P.... 4,600 62 61 61
C. & N. W 700 101 100 101
C, R. I. & Pac. a 7.200 28 27 27
Chlno Copper 4,900 42 41 42
Colo. Fuel & Iron 1,000 44 43 44
Corn Prod. Ref.. 20,900 44 43 44
Crucible Steel .. 6,600 (6 63 66
Cuba Cane Sugar 11,300 32 30 32
Distiller's Sec... 8.900 48 45 46
Erie 3,900 16 16 16
General E'lectrlc 700 158 167 157
General Motors .. 6,800 124 121 124
Gt. Northern pfd 10,600 93 92 93
Gt. N. Ore ctf..s 12,400 33 32 32
Illinois Central... 1,000 98 98 98
Inspiration Cop.. 22,400 68 56 67
Int. M. M. pfd... 38,900 117 113 117
Int. Nickel 8,800 33 32 33
Int. Paper 4,100 33 33 33
K. C. Southern 3,700 20 19 20
Kennecott Copper 14,200 38 37 37
Lousvllle & Nash 200 119 119 119
Maxwell Motors.. 2.300 37 36 37
Mex. Petroleum.. 109,800 191 168 182
Miami Copper... 3,100 29 28 29
Missouri Pacific. 6,800 26 26 25
Montana Power 700 78 77 78
Nevada Copper 1,400 20 20 20
N. Y. Central... 11,600 77 76 77
N T N H & H. . 9,800 42 41 42
Norfolk & West. 1,600 109 107 108
Northern Pacific 8,800 93 91 93
Pacifio Mall .... 600 32 32 32
Pennsylvania ... 4,400 45 44 45
Pittsburg Coal 8,100 63 49 63
Ray Con. Copper 6,800 25 24 24
Reading 45,900 92. 91 92
Rep. Iron & Steel 8,300 87 84 87
Shat'ck Ariz. Cop 1,200 16 15 16
Southern Pacific... 40,300 99 93 98
Southern Rail'ay 12,100 32 31 U.
Studebaker Corp. 17,100 69 66 67
Texas Co 19,900 203 198 100
Union Pacific... 19,900 136 134 136
U S Ind Alcohol 14,800 103 100 101
U. S. Steel 241.300 113 109 113
U. S. Steel pfd... 400 110 110 110
Utah Copper 18,700 92 18 92
Wabash pfd "B" 1,100 24 23 24
Western Union... 300 92 92 92
Westing's Elec... 1,300 45 44 46
Beth. B 42,400 41 67 70
Total sales for (he day 675,000 shares.
New Tork Coffee.
New York, Oct. 18. Conditions created
by the discrepancy between the maximum
prices fixed for futures here and actual
values as reflected In spot quotations and
Brazilian markets culminated in a rill
ing from the board of managers of the
exchange this morning, suspending all
business In futures pending the outcome
of conferences in Washington. This ruling
took effect at 11:45 a. m., and a 24 hours
notice will be given before trading Is re
sumed. The market opened unchanged
and there was a sale of September at
10.15o early or the full maximum price.
The spot market was firm at 10 for
Rio 7s and 16c for Santos 4s.
York Wins Foot Ball
From South Omaha
By Seven to Nothing
York, Neb., Oct. 18. (Special
Telegram.) York won the foot ball
fjame between York and South
Omaha here this afternoon by a
score f 7 to 0. Rain felt through-o-it
the game. Voltz carrie.' the ball
from a fumble early in the game,
for a touchdown but Etler was pen
alized and the touchdown was de
clared void. Another fumble for
South Omaha brought York to the
10 yard line and Reisbeck carried
it on for atouchdown. Thompson
kicked goal. Reisbeck was the $tar
of the game. The game was fea
tured by line plunges and dirty play
ing throughout. The officials were
McFarland, umpire; Schilser, ref
eree, and Harmon, timekeeper.
Foot Ball Schedules
Upset by Influenza
Chicago, Oct. 18. Football ched
ules of the middle west again will
be upset tomorrow as a result of
Spanish influenza which has caused
cancellation of virtually all games.
Health authorities, fighting to check
the spread of the disease, caused
some of the games to be called off
while others were cancelled on or
ders of the college authorities.
With the exception of the Notre
Dame-Chicago Naval Reserve game
scheduled for Notre Dame, the mid
dle west will be entirely deprived of
notable contests. The naval eleven,
composed of former intercollegiate
stars, triumphed over the University
of Chicago a week ago and is ex
pected to furnish strong opposition
to Notre Dame in its first start of
Sport Calendar for Today.
City Jockey club, at Tonkers, N. T.
Autumn meeting of Maryland Fair asso
ciation, at Laurel, Md. Autumn meeting;
of Latonla Jockey club, at Latonla, Ky.
FOOTBALL Opening of the season of
the Paclflo coast Intercollegiate conference.
Don's Trade Review.
New Tork, Oct, 17. Dun's tomorrow
No slackening of the vigorous produc
tive effort In the leading Industries has
resulted from the continued discussion of
peace prospects, but the question of prob
able future readjustments has entered
more largely Into calculations. Signs of
hesitation amqng buyers, prompted by ex
pectations of 'a later turn In the price
situation, are not wholly absent, and the
disposition to operate cautiously and well
within the limits of safety has been In
tensified. The volume of business, mean
while, has been further reduced by the
diversion of Interest to the new Liberty
loan, and the restricting effect of tho
influenza epidemic has become more pro
nounced and general. Not only haa retail
trading been checked by the smaller at
tendance of customers in the shopping
districts, but manufacturing activities, no
tably In New England and elsewhere In
the east, have also been appreciably cur
tailed by the greater Inroads made Into
the already depleted ranks of labor. Week
ly bank clearings 15,547,797,474.
New York Bonds.
IT. S. 2s, reg.. 8 I'Gt. N. 1st 4s 85
U. S. 2s, coup, ti j I. C. ref. 4 SO
V. S. 3s, reg. 83 Int. M. M. 6s.. 102
U. S. 3s, coup. 83 K. C. 8. ref. 6s lift
V. S. Lib. 3 lis I8.88!L. & N. un. 4s 85
V. S. 4s, reg. 10 M K A T 1st 4s 67
U. S. 4s, coup. 108V4IMO. Pac. gen. 4s 6 Hi
Am. For. Sec. 6s 08 Mont. Power 6s 17
Am. T. 4 T. o 6s lViN. T. C. debj 6s 8
Anglo-Fren'h 6s 95'No. Pacifio 4s 83
Arm & Co 4tts M!No. Paclflo 3s 6
'Atchison gen 4s 85 IO. S. L. ref. 4s S5
B. & O. cv. 4Vis 82Pac. T. & T. 6s 8IVi
B. Steel ref. 6s 83 Penn. con. 4s I6M
Cen. Leather 6s 5m?enn. gen. 4Vis tt
Cen. Paclflo 1st 79
C. & O. cv. 6s. . 85
C. B. & Q., j. 4s tiK
C M & S P o 4tt 80
C R I & P ref 4s 72
C. & S. ref. 4Us 7
D, & R. O. r. 6s tl
D. of C. 6s 1921 96
Erie gen. 4s. . . . 51
Oen. Elec. 6s 9
Reading gen. 4s 14
S L A 8 F a 6s 72
S. P. cv. 6s.... 100
S. Railway 6s.. 73
IT. A P. 1st.... (3.
Union Pao. 4s.. 87
U. 8. Rubber 6s 14
V. S. Steel 6s.. IS
Wabash 1st.... tl
French gvt (li 102
New York Money.
New York, Oct. 18. Mercantile Paper
Unchanged. Sterling Day bills, unchanged; demand,
$4.7546; cables, $4.76 9-16.
Francs Demand, 16.4814; cables,
Guilders Demand, 41Ho; cables, 4244s.
Mexican Dollars Unchanged.
Time Loans Strong; unchanged.
Call Money Strong; unchanged. '
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