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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDISESUAir, uuiuc' ia, iWu,
?990 Cash-$57.50 Per Mo.
MUST SEJjL THIS
WEEK, - '
This week I IU take 880 for my
eqytty In rooms (ami small child's
roum). hoc watir hut. fireplace, guar-t.r-awel
oak J loom, sa-ith fr..nt, paving
field for. nice lot. 601 . Call Air. ToJ
vsr. Tyler 731. WaL 1331 evenlnr.
Situated on a, 4uth front corner lol
In tne new part df Dundee, we offer a
very attractive. weH-buIlt 7 -room homes
Just one year old and has just been
decorated and beautiful lighting fixtures
Installed. Double garage. Fine location.
Possession Immediately. Call ua lor ap-
D. Vr SHORES CO.,
16-17 Cttyl National.
A new, all modern, E-rnom bungalow.
nuaiea in Djmlee, for only II. 000 down,
tlanen monthly: finished with best
materia!; 'haa tiled hath and kitchen
iioora. call Wal. (432 evenings or D.
. 7413 days. Aak for Mr. Ale.
nethawayT Suburban prop'ty. Col 1401,
for haQi bit owner.
Five-room home, modern exoopt bath;
oiao iou; si.tvu; imtueaiutu posse
alon. Call Tyler 1920.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
- Income $1,668 ! '
1 - Price $4,500
Ten-roorli modern house, converted
Into four apartments with hot water
lmat; rents .or 9136 per month; garage
ronta for 15; three apartments nra fur
s nlshed with new furnltue which coat
8638 and goea with the property; the
lot la 60x1 it ft., one-half block from car
line; price 84.600, terma $2,600 cash,
balance easy piymenta; owner needs
money for buslneaa purposes.
Dumont & Co.,
16-18 Keellne Bldg. Phone Dong. 690.
TWO NEW HOME'S.
Beautiful I -room bungalow. Rela
tione exterior, finished throughout In
oak and white enamel, neatly decorated,
Verge attic, full basement. Also dandy
e-room semi-bungalow, 3 bedrooms, -eak
'and., white enanjel finish. 62,600' to
63,000 tfown.'ba'anre like rent. These
are new listings, first time offered. We.
predict that they will go quickly. For
.. appointment call i
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
f BLOCKS OP DUNDEE CAR LINE.
- MOVE RIGHT IN.
' Pour rooms first floor, 8 rooms and
shaping porch 2d floor, strictly modern,
hardwood floort, Handy full lot, hedge
fence, choice location, cement basement.
A-I furnace. PRICE OP HOME will
pleas yen. On account of business af
falra owner .must aell. Doug. 1605.
B.DTq Realty Co.. 211 Kennedy Bldg.
Omaha Renl Entato sh'i Investments,
11 JOHN :T. BOH AN, ;
. 4y!p?i:.toJLJ Blk- Phone Tyler 80.
JTVew homes and lots for sale tn Park
wood addition; a safe place for lnvesl-
raent. Norris & Norris. Douglas 4270.
BRAND now bungalow, oak finish, beauti
ful decorations; reduced from 67,460 to
$6,900: easy terma. Douglas 1734.
l 6-P.OOM bungalow, possession' t once,
Ji nowly painted. Prion $3,800. $400 down,
J ' $36 a month. Douglas. 432S.
BENSON St MEYKRS'CO.. 424 Om. Nat'l.
New Bungalow . -
IS rooms, oak finish, fireplace,
built-in bookcases and buffet Full
,' basement" with lautklry tubs, floor
drain, plastered coal bin. Price,
$7,250. Terms. Located 6727 North
24th St. 'Sunday and evenings
, call Webster 784. . T
Norris"& Norris, V
il502 Dodge St. Phone Dong. 4270.
PRICE ONLY $5,000.
Fly-jrooms and bath. Btrictly modern.,
Cholieast front lot, desirably located
in Boulevarei Park addition. Just two
blocks to Sherman Ave. car; $1,600 will
handle, balance like rent. Hera Is a
new listing worth wnile.
N OSBORNE REALTY CO.
630 Peters Trust Bldg. Douglas 2262.
'2446 WHITMORE, a Eew 6-room modern
bungalow. -Tours for $2,000 cash and,
bal. mo. Crelglr. 608 B. Dg. 200.
BTRICTLY modern 6-room house, ?4,O30,
4736 N. 36th. Colfax. 3783,
THE manufacturer- of a
household appliance has deal
era (department stores, elec
tric shops, hardware and fur-
niture stores) who need sales
men trained to sell this and ,
other appliances. We will
train men of good character -and
place them to advantage
with our dealers. Actual work
in the field during the- train
ing enables them to earn more
than an average salary. See
Mr. Jech at Granden Electri
cal Co., 15H Howard, after
3 p. m. Y i
11 "mmm 1
THIS BEAUTIFUL HOf.lE
! 1916 LOTHROP STREET
- IN KOUNTZE PLACE -
One of the best built homes on one of the best streets and in
the best block in this choice addition. Only takes $3,500 first pay
ment .'' -t
Haslarge living room, dining room, den and kitchen on first
floor. All finished in whjte oak, with white oak floors. A large
sleeping porch large enough to accommodate two beds. All fin
ished in birch with white oak floors. Attic is all floored and fin
Has one of the best hot water heating plants to be' had. First
class plumbing throughout Basement is ,divided into fruit room,
furnace room and wash room. Garage for two cars."
On south front lot Possession can be" given in short time.
Reasonable terms. Call Tyler 50 and 'ask for Mr. Nelson, or call
Walnut 262 evenings.
HASTINGS a HEYDEN
5-Room Moden Dwejling
AH rooms exceptionally large;
newly papered and decorated; on
paved street, paving fully paid; lo
cated in Prairie park. Price of
house and lot just about what it
" would cost to duplicate the house
alone. Ternft if required
C. G. Carlberg,- Realtor,
Dour. 585. 312 Brandeis Th. Bldg.
CHOICE MINNE LUSA
Five rooms and bath, eak finish,
strictly modern, garage, choice south
front lot. Quick possession. Price,
OSBORNE REALTY CO. ,
PJ0Pctrs Trust llldg. DongJasi!83.
MINN B LUSA homes "and lots offer 'the
beat opportunity to Invest your money.
l'lion9 TyleriST. z.
5-KOOM modern ' cottage; $3,600. $600
cash, balance $35. Joh nson. Web. 4150
COI-ORKJ?; fi-room cottage, city water;
$1,200. $76 rash. Johnson, Web. -4160.
SKVEN-ROOM modern home; hot water
heat; $4,600. $400 cash. Web. 4150.
J. R ROBINSON, real estate and Inveat
mCnt, 442 Bee Bldg. Douglas 8097.
WEST SIDE HANSCOM PARK.
Dandy 6-room, oak finished bungalow.
Fall cemented basement. - Large east
front lot. Two blocks to Windsor
school. Immediate possession. .Price,
$5,860; about half cash.. ,
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
6 30 Peters Trust Bldg. Douglas 228$
MUST sell at once, 6-room bungalow, I
lota, double garage; on paved street.
117 So. 41st. Phone Harney 2978.
16-ROOM modern house and $2,000 worth
of furniture, all for $10,000. Splendid
location for boarders. Doug. 4641.
: vl $4,250 -
A dandy, comfortable home, with
hall, living room, dining room and kitch
en downstairs. Two bedrooms and bath
together with small sleeping porch
above. About half cash required. Near
22d and Sprague. -
Tyler 1536. . S3J Securities Bldg.
$500 Down $30 a Month
8-foomT strictly modern except heat
cottage; 4 rooms on first floor and .4
roomf on second. Prlca $3,600. Rents
for $360 a year or IS per cent on your
Investment. Will make you a good,
home as well as an investment.
Payne Investment Co.,v
637 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. vDouglas 1781.
Sunday call Colfax 3227.
Move into a new home and pay
for it like rent ""15 rooms, oak ant)
white enamel finish, small cash
payment will handle.
Call Mr. Bilby, Walnut 2378,
evenings,, or Douglas 2428 day9.
PRICE, $4,600-J-$760 CASH.
Neat stone and shingle bungalow of
6 rooms and bath, strictly mod. Lot,
60x132. close to caf and achool. i
RASP BROS.,-210 Keellne Bldg. Ty. 721.
BIRKETT & CO., V"? a
real estate. 250 Bee Bldg.. Douglas 633.
Real Estate Transfers
Rarry H. Van Alstlne to F. M. Berg,
Decatur St. 60 .ft. W. of 26th St.,
N. S.. 30x88 v
Marie Qrlffln asd husband to John
M. Livingston, 23rd St 120 ft.. 8.
of B St., W. S.r 40x160. , t.000
Anna McKenna to George Leydecker
and wife, Cuming St 260 ft, W. of
46th St., K &. 60x160..... 6,250
Fannie V. Dodson to Oeorge S. Tick- . .
ner, S. W. Cor. 26th Bt. and -"
Shirley St, 60x66 '880
Wilson H. Low and wife to Walter ,
L. Griffith, 38th Ave. 126 ft N. of
Chicago St W. 8 60.39x169.47.. 10,900
James A. Waller and wife to Bell
Midler, 21st St, 130 ft a of K,
Bt. E. 8. 20x47.3, 21st St 160 ft.
S. of F. St E. S. 35x92.3, ; MOO
Sophie M. Fursehoose and husband
to Ida C. Collins, Spauldlng St.
36.75 ft. E. of 44th St S. 8.
Carl Stelnbaugh and wife to Wdl
Ham M. Rhyn. et al, 33rd St 70
ft. S. of Webster St W. s
46x9B v.. ..40,500
James A. Waller and wife to Rich- ;
ardWard. 26th St. 40 ft B. of
ErSklno St W. S. 40x120 J.WB
James A. Waller and wife to Jose-...
phlne Ward, S. W. Cor. 26th and ,
Ersklne St. 40x120 1,458
Jennie M. Bloom to Patrick J. Mee
han and wife, 2th St 800 ft a
of Sprague' StW. S. 40x100.... 8,009
Moses Campbeir and wife to Em
met Hammen. Mason St 83 ft. E.
of 38th U. 8. S. 40126 10,500
Thomas J. Ttftllows to Douglas O.
T. Nlchter, et al, 38th St 80 ft.
N. -of Bedford Ave. E. S. 80x134 ; 400
Home Builders Inv. Co. to Paul
Waage, Camden Ave. 80 ft. E. of
" 44th St. S. S. 60x128.. 442
Florence N. Davis to Henry Lel
horici, N." E. Cor. 20th and M
Sts. 43x90 -j. ,1,600
William C. Norris to John B. -Schmidt.
N. W. Cor. 13th and Fort
St. 132x167.4 160
Wlarren S. Frank and wife to Ar-
' thur Theodore, S. E. Cor. 65th end
Pinkney St 120x136.6 1,000
Enos R. Leigh, referee, to Joseph
Murphy, Vinton St. 44 ft E. of '
21st St N. 8. 46x90 200
EUzabeth L. Gerke to Roy L. Gerks,
39th St. 160 ft 8. of Pinkney ft. .
E. S. 40x134. .!.. 209
Mary O'Brien to Nathan H. Green--
terg. 35th Ave. 95 ft 8. of Dodge
t. E. S. 45x95.7.-. 10,000
KJttle Selby. to Francis M. Benson,
S. W. Cor. 25th and JeffdTson St ,
Phone Tyler 50.
Omaha, Oct 12. 1920.
Receipts were: ' Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
nfflctnl Mondar 18.036 4.449 26.1H4
Estimate Tuesday .. 9,600 6,000 22.6'! )
3 daya thta week 27,336 9.449 7.734
Same days last week 31.839 6.189 10.811
Same days 1 wka ago 87.698 7.670 Il,ih
Same days t wks ago 30.731 ' 6,906 6,9J
Same days yr. 'ago 61.838. 9.142 69.71
Receipts and disposition of live stock nt
the Union Stock yards, Omaha, Neb., for
24 hours ending at 8 o'clock p. m... Octo
bcr 13. 1920 : .
RECEIPTS. . .
Cattle. Tiogs. Sheep. Horses
C, M. & St. P... 1 .. .. ,
Wabash 8 1 , -
Mo. Pacific 3
Union Pacific ... 86 IT 49 X
C. A N. W.. east. 6 6
CAN. W.. west 87 17
P . M O 6
C, B. . Q west 149
C, R. I. & P., east 14
C R. I. A P;. west 2
Illinois Central .. 2
y " DISPOSITION. '
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris & Co. : 845
Swift & Co. ........ 1,753
Cudahy racking to. 1,639
Armour & Co. ....... 1,732 '
J. W. Murphy
Ogdan Pack. Co. .,
Lincoln Pack. Co. ' . 104
So. -Omaha Pack. Co. 46
Hlgglns Pack, Co... 67
Hoffman Bros. 8
John Roth A Sons.. 37
Mayerowlch, & Vail 66
W. B, Van SanWA Co . 105
iienton & Van Sant 35
W. W. Hill A Co... . It
F. P. -Lewis 1 '69
Huntzlncer A Oliver 66
J. B. Root & Co... 668
J. H. Bulla 154
R. M. Burruss & Co. 46
Rosenstock Bros.. .. 6S6
V. Q. Kellogg...... 623
Werthelmer & Degen 816
Ellis & Co 106
Sullivan Bros. , 14
A. Rothschild 112
Mo.-Kan. C. & G. Co 496 ,
E. O. Christie ..... 298 '
Baker . 109
John Harvey 1,117 '
Jensen & Lundgren 98
Dennis ft Francis ... 159.
Cheek & Krebs 147 .
Omaha Packing Co. 2.1
Midwest Pack. Co... ' 5
Smiley .- ,. 63
Other Buyers ...... 2,222
4,614 - 24,799
Cattle The supply of cattle this morn
Ing was not as large as on most recent
Tuesdays, estimates calling tor only about
9,300-head. Tone to the market was better
on all kinds. Cows and heifers showed the
range beef was strong to 10015c higher7
ana stockers ana teeners stronger. Best
western steers Here sold at $12.15. A good
class of native corn feds Is selling around
Quotations on Cattle Choice-to prime
beeves, $16.60017.60; good to choice
beeves, $P4.5016.25; fair to goq4 beeves.
$12.0014.0; common to i fair beeves,
cnoice to prime yearlings,
rood to choice yearllns.
fair to rood yearllnss.. 812.00
t&'H.vo; common to lair yearlings, $9.00
11.60; choice to prime grass beeves,
S11.6013.T6; good to choice grass beeves.
ss.xDWii.Z6; lair to good grass beeves,
common to fair sxasa beeves.
$6.0007.60: Mexicans. 16. 00(87.75: fair, to
gooa. grass cows, 5.ztQs.25; common to
fair -grass cows, $3.765.25; choice to
prime feeders. $9.7610.76; - good to
cnoice feeders. 18.5009.76: medium to
good feeders, $7.6O8.60; common to fair
feeders, $8.00fj7.50: good to choice stock
ers, $8.259.26; fair to good stockers,
$7.0Q8.25; common to fair stockers, $5.00
6.76; stock heifers, $5.007.50; stock
cows, $4.75.26; stock calves, $6.00
9.60; veal calves, $8.00012.00; bulla, stags,
etc., $5.007.SO. i - - '
Hogs About 6,000 hogs were received
this morning and prices were again sharp
ly lower In sympathy with fresh declines
at other points. The trade was rather
slow throughout with sales . -showing an
average loss of 36 50c, packing droves
were put up mostly at figures fully 40c
under yesterday's cost ' Bulk of recelnta
changed hands at $13.75 14.16 with, best j
ugm nogs maKing a top ol lt.ov.
" HOGS. ' "" Y- " ' ,"
No. Av. h. r. NcUr. Sh. Pr.
95.. 171 . ;. $13 60 ' 57.. 367 70 $13 65
62. .381 180
59. .210 80
' 35-. .233
72. .248 140
35. .294 70
41. .248 ...
76. .203 ...
Sheep The yard estimate called for 22,
600 sheep and lambs. Trade had a fair
aegree or activity and fat Iambs sold
readily at an. advance of about 25c, best
killers brought $12.76.- Fat sheep -were
strong with good ewes reaching $5.00.
Quite a few country buyers were In at
tendance and desirable light feeding lambs
sold readily up to 112.00, the market rul
ing strong to a little higher as compared
with yesterday's trade, .
Quotations on Sheep Killers: Best fat
western lambsy $12.8612.76; medium to
good lambs, $U.8512.25; plain and
coaras lambs. $11.25 11.75; .choice handy
coarse lambs,'- $11,006)11.50; choice handy
yearlings. $8.268.75; heavy - yearlings,
$7.508.26; aged wethers, $5.75(3)6.60;
good to chotee ewes. $'4.50495.00: fair to
good ewes. $4.004.50; - cull and canner
ewes, $1.6003.00. Feeders: Best light
lambs,- $11. 754J12.00; fair to good lambs.
$11.26011.60; Inferior grades, $10,060
11.00; yearling wethers, $7.7508.00; year
ling ewes, breeders, $7.76 08.00; good to
choice young ewes, $8.50 7.60; "one year
.breeders, $6.006.76; good to choice feeder
ewes, $4.6606.00; fair to good feeders,
$4.0094.50; shelly feeders, $3.253.75. .
Chicago Live Stock. "
Chicago, Oct 12. CattlB Receipts, H,
000 head; market very slow; choice steers
steady to 15e- lower, others dull and 26
60o lower; bulk choice, $17.00018.40; bulk
grassy kinds, $9.00914.60; Butcher cattle,
big, 25c lower; bulk, $5.2509.76'; oanners,
mostly $3.7604.00; bologna bulls steady,
$6.00&6.76; calves averages 25c lowir; bulk
choice veaters, $16.00 16.75; top, $17.00;
feeders steady to, 25c ktwer; receipts,
westerns, 6,000; quality common; mar
ket draggy, 26 50c lower; bulk, $8,600
10.25. v -
Hogs Receipts, 26,000 head; market
mostly 1540o lower than yesterday's av
orage; spotsmore, closing steady to strong
at the decline; top, $15.75:-bulk light and
butchers, $15.1018.70; bulk packing sows,
$14.00014.20; pigs about steady; bulk de
sirable kinds. $14.9015.UU. , ,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, S2.000 head;
fat lambs slow; few early sales steady;
closing market, 26050c lower; top Idabo
lambs. $13.26; natives, early, $12.75; bulk,
$11.00012.00; fat heep steady: top ewes,
$6.75; bulk - natives. $5.2505.76; choice
yearling wethers, $1040; feeders strong to
260 higher; top feeder yearlings. v $9.30;
feeder wethers, $7.76; feeder lambs, $12.60.
Ity live f
., o't. 12
Kansas City, Mo., Odt. 12. Cattle Re
ceipts, 20,500 head; ail classes Slow ana
uneven, but mostly steady; prime steers.
$17.60; many grassers, $9.00010.76; few
cows and heifers, $9.00; bulk, $6.0006.75;
canners, $4.0004.60: good and choice veal
ers, mostly $16.00015.60: heavy calves,
weak to lower; good bulls, $3.0009.00.
Hogs Receipts, 10.000 head; mostly 10
to 20 cents lower; closing, 15 to 40 cents
lower; spots, more; top. $15.0.0; packing
sows, 40 to 60 cents lower; vulk, light
and medium, $14.25016.00;. bulk heavy,
$14.00014.75; stock pigs, steady.
Sheep Receipts, 7,500 head; sheep,
steady to strong; western ewes, $4.76;
yearlings, mostly 60c up; fat lambs, 260
'60o higher; top western Iambs, $12.60;
deck choice native lambs, late, $11.86;
feeding lambs, steady; early top, $11.40.
St. Joseph Live. Stock.
St. Joseph, Mo., Oct. 12. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2,500 head; steers, steady to 25
cents lower; butchers, steady to 25 cents
higher; sreers, $S. 00010.60; cows and heif
ers, $4.25 016.00; calves, $6.60 0 14.9;
stockers and feeders, $6.6lf10.50.
Hcgs Receipts, 4,000 head; 10 to 25
cents lower; top, $14.90; bulk, $14,000
14.90." - ' . ,
Sheep Receipts, 600 Tiead: B0 cents-' to
$1.0 higher; lambs, $11.76013.00; ewes,
$4.2505.25.. - . - i .
Bloux City Live Stock. .
Sioux City, la., . Oct. 12.. Cattle Re
celpts, 3.500 headh market weak; fed
steers and yearlings, $10.90017.00; grass
steers, $6.00011.00: grass cows, $5,260
8.00; fat cows and heifers, $8.25018.00;
canners, $3.7606.26; Vealers, $6.00016.00;
common calves, $4.0008.50; feeders, $7,260
10.16; feeding cows and heifers, $4,000
$.00; stockers,' $5.5008.60.
Sheep Receipts, 900 head; market
Turpentine and BoeinA .
' Savannah, Oa., . Oct. 1 . Turpentine
DulTr$1.19; sales, none; receipts, 717 bbte.:
shipments, 109 bbls; stock, 19,497 bbls.
Rosin Firm ; eales, 643 casks; receipts,
Z.447 casks; shipments, 180 casks; -stock,
48.09$ casks. ,
SUB.',?'.B' F' H'
WO, WW. $10.80.
Omaha Petate Market,
One car Nebraska amred. four ears en
track Including broken: demand and move
ment moderate, - market steady; little
change In prices; sales direct to retailers:
Nebraska, saoked Kairly hls. No. 1. $2.75
08.00, mostly $2.76l Minnesota, sacked
Early Ohio. No. 1. lz.liei.oo. mostly.
v'" Chicago Grain
By CHARLES D. MICHAELS.
Chicago Tribune-Omaha Bee Leased W Ire.
Chicago, Oct 12. Columbus day
was observed today by a!l the Jjf ain
market? except Minneapolis, Duluth
and Winnipeg. Whfat was under
pressure early in the dav. hedgers
.selling in all markets and there were
increased rtenngs trom tne coun
try reported by Winnipeg. Minne
apolis declined 3 to 3j4c witn De
cember and closed with a rally of
2Jc, showing net losses of Vj tojc;
Winnipeg futures broke a
bushel, bufrallied on short covering
and closed J4c lowe Duluth finished
J4c higher on December and re
ported Minneapolis buying choice
durums there. Winnipeg led all mar
kets and the arrival of 1,312 cars'
against 745 "tars last year was the
factor. Weather in the Canadian
northwest was generally fair.
Oats markets were easier early,
and rallied, Minneapolis closing
higher to c lower, and Winnipeg
lost to jc. Rye in Minneapolis
was -stronger and gaineTl lc, while
Duluth spot rye . was in goo l de
mand ar 5c premium. Barley gained
1 cent. . Y r'
v Quotations furnished by Qllinsky Fruit
Frult-jBananas, per lb., 12c: oranges,
96-126-tf-324. $7.50; 150-250, $8.60: 170-200-216,
$9.00; lemons, 300 Stink'st, $5.60:
60 Sunklst, $5.00: 800 choice,' $5.00; 361)
choice. $4.60; grapefruit, all sizes, $7.59;
apples, winter bananas, $4.60; Utah Job
athor.s. baskets, $3.1)0; Utah Jonotharts,
5 basket lots, 52.75; cooking apples, $2.50;
prunes, .4 basket crates, -4)2.00: peaches,
tu. basket Elbertas, market; box Salways,
market; box Elbertas. market; pears, box
Bartletts. $5.00-bu. Kelffers,1 $2.00; canta.
loupes. Honey Dews, $3.00; grapes, Mich
igan Concords, 60c; Tokay, crates. $2-7:
Tokay, lugs, $2.50.
Potatoes Per cwt., Ohio or triumphs,
$2.50; white table stock, $2.50; sweet Po
tatoes. bbls.,S Virginia, $6.50; hampers.
New Jersey, .$2.75; baskets.' southern, $2.60.
Cranberries Cape Cods, bbls, $11.60:
Cape Cods, boxes, $4.00. . V
Onions Red onlstsrSc: yellow onions,
IMic; Spanish onions, baskets, $2.00,
Cabbage Crates, lb., 2Mc; small lots,
lb., Jttc. '
Almonds IXL, sack lots. 28c; IXL,
small lots, 86c: X-rake, sack lots. 20c:
Drake, small lota, 25c.
peanuts Jirmbo. raw, itc; jumoo. roast.
No; 1 raw, 12c; No. 1 roast. 13c; 10
lb. can salted. 82.7S.
Wholesale, prices of beef cuts; No. t
ribs, per lb., 24c; No. $ ribs, per lb., 16c;
No. 2 loins, per lb., 33o; No. 8 loins, per
lb., 22c; No. 2 rounds, per lb., 21c; No. I
rnnnri, nar lh . 17r Nn S h rtcfr nnp lh .
hl29C; No. 3 chucks, per lb., 9V&c; No. 2
plates, per lb.. 10c: No. J plates, per lb..
T" Vegetables Turnips, 75c: beets, ?6c:
carrots, 75c; tomatoes, $1 00; pickling
onions, $1.60; egg plant, $1.50; oaullflower.
In., $1.15; head lettuce, doz., $1.70; head
lettuce, crate, ' $4.60; leaf lettuce, 76c;
gr$en peppers, 76c; Colorado lumbo celery,'
81.40; Michigan otlery, 76c.
Honey 24 frame crate, $6.50.
Repacking Baskets Per crate, 250
Crackerjack Checkers Chums 100 to
case, prise, $7.00; 60 to case, prize, $3.50;
100 to case, no prh-.e, $6.76; 60 to case, no.
Popcorn Lb.. 10c
Onion Sets, March 1921 Red, bushel,
$1.25; yellow, bushei; $2.00; white, bushel,
Furntsbed by Qllinsky Fruit company:
Oystcts rNorthern standards, per gal..
$3.35; large can, 70c; small can, 60c.
Northenn selects, per gal., $3.70; large can,
76c; small can, 55c New York counts,
per gal., $4.00; large can,' 80c; small can,
60c. Chesapeake standards, per gal., $2.10;
large can, 65c; small can, 45c. Chesapeake
selects, per gal $3.00; large can, 70c;
small can, 50c.
Mammoth western celery, per doz.. $1.25.
Fish Channel catfish, sizes to suit, per
lb., 26c; freSK halibut, small, 6 to 8 ibs.,1
per lb., 24c; Iresn red salmon, per lb., 23c;
fresh fall salmon, per b 20c; halibut,
medium, per lb., 30c; chunnel catfish,
northern stock, per lb., 82c; bullheads,
large northern, plentiful, per lb., 24c;
trout, sizes lo suit. Tr lb., 28c; black bass,
medium to small, per lb., 15c; O. S., per
lb., 86c; whlteflth, fine sizes, per lb., 86c;
black cod, ,perlb 17c; Croppies, O. 8.,
per lb., 24c; mdBlum, per lb., 15c; pickerel,
Canadian jack large, per lb.. 14c; dressed,
p;r lb., 17c; yellow pike, fine sizes, per lb.,
30c; red snapper, fine, per lb., 25c; white
perch, nice sise. peEtb., 12c; carp. No. 1,
uer lb.. .-12c: herrinr. ner lb.. 11c: lumbo
frogs, per dox $3.75; -medium' frogs,, per
ioz- 11.85; - smalt frogs, per doz., 85c;
finnan haddie, 80-lb. , box, per lb., 18c;
smoked whlteflsh, 10-lb. baskets, per lb.,
28c; kippered salmon, 10-lb. box, per lb.,
S2c; crab meat, per can, $3.60; peeled
shrimp, per can, $2.76; headless shrimp,
per can, $2.00.
Bonds and Notes
Bonds and note quotations furnished by
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Bid Ask. Ap. Yld.
Am. T. &. T. 6s. 1924.... 9244 92 S.40
Am. T. & T. 6s, 1925 90 tShi. 6.90
Am. Tob. Co. 7s, 1922.... 99 'i 99
Am. Tob. Co. 7s, 1923.... 99 !i 99
Anaconda Cop. 6s, 1929.. 91 , 93
Ang.-Frenoh E. 6s, 1920.101 101
Armour Con. 6s. 20-'24.. 93 96
I Armour 7s. ,1930. ......... 9514 95
.Biagian uov. s, ivza...
BsVtan Gov, 7s. 1945.
Beth. Steel 7s, 1922...
Beth. Steel 7s. 1923...
British 6 s. 1929
British 6s, 1921.
C... B. & Q. 4s. 1921...
Can. Gov. 6 Us. 1921...
Can. Gov. 56s, 1929 x98Vi
C. C. C. & St. L. 6s, 1929, 89 4
Cud. Pack. Co. 7s. 1923.. 97
Goodrich 7s, 1925. ... 90
Jap. Gov. 1st, 4B. 1925.. 74
Jap. Gov. 4s, 1931 58
Llg. & Myers 6s, 2i...7
Proc. & Gam. 7s, 1922.
Proc. & Gam. 7b, 1923.
Swift & Co. 68.1921...
99 100 7.00
99 100 7.00
97 98 7.70
103 104 .7.60
97 98 M0
81 82 9.10
. 94 95 11.10
Swiss Gov't. 8s, 1940...
Union Pacifle 6s. 1928.
Wilson Con. Is! 1928...
City of Paris 6s, 1921.
Local Stocks and Bonds
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Burgess-Nash 7 pet pfd., 1923-.
Eldredge-Reynolds 1 pet pM. S3
Gooch Food Prod, pfd
Ooot-h Mill & Elevator 7 pet.
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Hardiqg Cream 7 pet. pfd..... 95
Paxton & Gallagher 7 pet. fpd.
M. C. ePters Mill 7 pet. pfd... 5 .
Sioux CUy Yards ( pet pfd.. ..
M. E Smith Bldg. 7 pet. pfd. 7
Thompson-Belden 7 pet. pfd.. 96
Union P. & I. 7 pet. pfd, 1927 . .
Vnlon Stock Yards, Omaha.... 89
- BONDS. ,
Argentine Gov. Ext. 4s
Armour & Co. 7s, 1930.... rr.. 95 54
Doug. County court House e-.
construction 6s, 1937-8.. 6.60
Dundee Pav. S, 1930,..,... 99 100
French Ext. 8s. 1945.. 101 101
'Hill Hotel Bldg.6s, 1921-30., .. .6.40
Lincoln, Nob., School 6s, I960.. .. - 82fc
Ma:-tag CO. ,
Neb. Pow. Co. 6s, 1949
Kingdom of Norway ,8s. 1940.. 100
Omaha Athletic 6s 1929
O. & C. B. St. Ry. 6s,'1928... 78
Swift A Co. 7s, 1926
Omaha'Hay Market. ,'
Receipts of both prairie Iray and alfalfa
were heavy and with a poor demand. Marj
ket has declined on all grades of hay and
alfalfa, also straw. Most of the arrivals
ere of the lower grades, and are moving
'Hay No. 1 upland prairie. "816.00018.00
No. 2 upland prairie, 81 2.00014. 00; No., t
uplend prairie, 7.00 10.00; No. 1 midland
praTrie, 118 0017.00; No. .2 midland
prairie, -811.0018.00: No. 1 ' lowland
prairie, 88.00 (910.00; No. 2 lowland, pratrte,
87.0008.00; No. 8 lowland prairie, 15.000
Alfalfa Choice, IJ7.00: No. 1, $21,000
22.00: standard, 818.00 20.00; No. 2, 812-00
a 15.00; No. 3, 810.00&11.00.
Straw Oat 810.0011.00; wheat, $9.80
Minneapolis drain. -
Minneapolis. Oct 18. Flour-Vtjichanged.-Bran
; Wheat Receipts, 448 cars, compared
with 650 cars a year ago. Cash No. 1
northern, $2.16X.17i; Decemberf $2.10 V4;
March. $2.07 H.
Corn No. 3 yellow, 88 89c.
Oats No. 3 -white, 60 ft 60 e.
' 'Barley 6792c.
Rye No. J, $1.62 1.63 V . )
.Flax No. 1. 32.99 H 3.02 Vi.
' Batter and Esau In Omaha.
t Eggs No. 1. 64a Cos.; No. 2. 480 dog.
cracks, 40c doV,
Sutterraala. lb, s .
Sqii. Spencer Is
Of ficial Notes
Wilson P eace G)nference
Talk Does Not Sustain
Charge of Misquoting
Chicago Tribune-Omaha Bee lasd Wire.
Washington, Oct. 12. Friendsof
Senator Spencer of .Missouri, in the
controversy with Tresidpnt Wilson
over the transcript of the president's
statements at the plenary peace con
ference in Paris, May 31, 1919, main
tain that the transcripLpt the presi
dent's remarks made public from
the White House today constitutes
full justification for the Missouri
senator's declaration that the presi
dent of the United States hid. prom
ised Roumania and Serbia thaf"he
would send the American army and
navy across the seas to defend their
boundary lines if inyaded.
The text of the speech madenublic
by Secretary Tumulty, .wit the
president's consent, is a transcript
from notes taken in Paris by F. A.
Carlson of Chicago, a member of
'the staff of the America's peace
commission. While it differs in
language from"' that quoted by Sen
ator Spencer, from an unofficial verr
sion, the ' proponents of. Senator
Soencer in the contest v with the
president on the issue cf veracu
declare. that Mr. Wilsons remarks
sustain the . Missouri senator be
cause they are based upotv he
promise that Roumania and "Serbia
expected the United States under
terms of the treaty to defend their
integrity if attacked, with her mil
itary force, an obligation' which the
president did not deny, and in fact
admitted in his-arbumenr.
' I Differ In Wording.
Senator . Spencer quote President
Wilson with having saiJ at the
eighth plenary conference the fol
lowing: ; .' .
"You must not forget that it is
force that is the final guaranty of
theVeace of the world. If the world
is again- troubled the United States
will send to this side of the ocean
their army and their fleet."
The--White Houses version, bas'id
upon the transcript of Stenographer
Carlson notes, says the president on
this point. used the following lan
guage: "How can a power like the United
States for example and I can speak
fbr no other after signing this
treaty, if it contains elements which
they do not believe will be perma
nent, go 3,000 miles away across ths
sea and report to its people that it
has made a settlement of the peace
of the world? It cannot do-so. and
L.t .l... nnrWipe all of ttisco
vet tne?e untier.ies ail ot tnese
transactions the expectation on the
part, for example, of Roumania and
of Czecho-Slovakia, and of Serbia,
lhat if any covenants of fliiVsettle
pent are not observed, the United
Chicago, Oct. 12. Potatoes Weak; re
ceipts, 138 cars; Minnesota and Wisconsin
round white, $1.7501.85; Minnesota and
South Dakota Early Ohios, $1.7501.86, all
sacked and bulk.
' Chicago Produce. '
Chicago, Oct. 12. -t- Butter Lower;
creamery, 42056c. ' -:
Eggs Unchanged; receipts. 10,951 cases.
Poultry Alive easy: fowls', general run,
23c; springs, 23c; turkeys, 40c. (
- Kansas City Produce. , j
Kansas City, Mo., Oct, 12. Butter 69
65c. ' 1
- Poultry Hens, 21 0 24c; springs, 2125c.
London, Oct. 12. Bar Silver 64 yti per
ounoe. . - y
Discount Rates Short bills, 5 05
per cent; three-month bills, unchanged.
Judge Patrick Has
Equalized the Poor
' Man and the. Rich
Man in the t
Administration of ,
' This Office '
' dated Oil
Middle States Oil
Baltimore A Ohio
Erie R. R. -
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States will send her army and her
navy to see that they are observed."
Meaning the Same.
- In this language the friends of
Senator bpencer insist, the president
admitted the obligation on the part
cf the United' .States under the trea
ty to send her armed forces to
Europe to enforce observance of uro
visions ,4)i the covenants of peace
should they be violated. Wh(le the
president doct not say in this
transcript directly that he will send
such' forqes, the contention is tint
bydiscussing he obligation,and no
where denying' if, lie admitted it to
exist and referred to it to strengthen
nis ovn argument that because of
this tremendou obligation onthe
part of the United States to, send
its forces to Europe, it was essential
that the terms of the covenant
should first be satisfactory, to he
United States.. .
Seamen's Pay Cut and ,
Whisky Smuggling Is
Result, Officers Say
By The Associated.. Frees. '
Washington, Oct, 12. Seizure and
sale of foreign ships violating Amer
ican prohibition laws is under con
sideration by the bureau of internal
reventte as a means of curbing liq
uor smuggling. Officials of the bu
reau were represented tonight as See
ing no sojutiont tqi the problem, other
than through invoking libel provi
sions of the Volstead act against
ships bringing in liquor. . r '
Evidence gathered by federal en
forcement agents was said to havC
disclosed that matters of foreign
ships frequently conspired with their
seamen to violate the prohibtion law.
The supply of alcoholic beverages
has been greatly increased alonp: the
eastern seaboard by this means, it-
was said, . . - - "..
Certain foreign shipmasters are
alleged to have employed a unique
method ' of ' defeating rthis proposi
tion. The reports revealed, it was
stated, that pay of seamen had been
reduced to nominal amounts and in
someclses to one dollar a week.
In lieu of more paythe seamen
were1 permitted to lay in stocks of
liquor in foreign ports and deliver
it in American ports.
One case on record in the bureau
was said to show that foreign seamen-
on one ship had smuggled
through approximately 800 quarts of
Scotchc whisky purchased abroad
for about one dollar, a quart and
sold here at more than $10 a quart
Investors Buy Large
Blocks of War Bonds
- Washington, Oct. 12. Constant
reduction of the amount of Liberty
bonds held by national banks was
reported tonight by John Skelton
Williams, comptroller; of the cur
rency.' Records of -the banks show
an'1 encouraging absorption of such
securities by the investing public;, the
statement said. . '
National banks "held on June 30;
Liberty bonds and Victory notes
equal to only about 34 per cent of
their total resources, Mr. Williams
said, pn that date, national banks
owned $778,361,000 of such securities
while - their resources aggregated.
inure than. $22,000,000,000. 1 he ag
gregate of : Liberty bonds held by
the national banks June -30, as col
lateral amounted to $225,568,000.
while . six months previously they
had more thjan $269,000,000, accford.
ing to Jhe statement.
Kingdom of Norway
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Largest Seizure of
Opium in Years Made
After Running Fight
Chicago Tribune-Omaha Bee Leased Wire.
New York, Oct. 12. The largest
seizure of opium made in years has
been turned over to the federal au
thorities and Alfred, Jean and Leo
Couturee. both of Montreal, are be
ing held in $10,000 bail, charged with
having the drug in their possession.
The men were captured by members
of the New York state constabulary,
after a nine-mile running gun fight,
in autoniobiles,snar Peekskill, N. Y.
-The opium, "in. crude gum form,
weighs 250 pounds. If sold to ad
dicts it might haj'e brought $100,000
or more,- ,
The prisoners were enrout,e to
Canada with the contraband Cfl"'g.
thev are said to have admitted. On
the theory that they might have
been employed as runners' tor an
agent here or a band of smugglers,
a sweeping investigation has been
staried. The opium is believed to
havl been shipped to New York
from Asia Minor.. , v
Arizona Man Is Held . .
For Embezzlement of
$40,000 In Texas
Phoenix, Ariz.,Oct.1 12.-W. W.
Curry, proprietor of a shooting gal
lery in M,esa, Ariz., left there under
arresrlasf night for Waco, Tex., to
stand trial on a charge of em
bezzlement of from between $35,000
to $40,000 from saloons he managed
and from the Waco fire department
Officers said Curry's arrest ended a
nation-wide search since 1915 and
that he had waived extradition,
. . . ' ' . .
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The ntant of the Strassel-Gans
taken from . f 1
f the ruins " j - n-ssf . I
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11 an extract from their vtuntary testimpny to the fire-resist
1 1 ance of Art Metal : .-Y " g !
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I ' x surprised to find, the contents intact and the Utters and-
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Want. Famine Relief Fund
To Improve Chinese Canal
I Peking, Oct 12. The famine com-;;,'
miuee is investigating a proposal iQ,t
devote the major portion of the sunp-'
of $500,000 donated by the American M
Red Cross for relief work to impro ven
tre .-grand canal, which traverses the!
famine-stricken regions, j
Sheriff Reported Killed In
Fight With Rum Runner
LcthbrMne. Alberta. Oct. 12. In-
ppector Risk of the Alberta pro.ff,
Vinciai ponce is iiivrsuKa""K rc
port today that a Montana sheriff "
was shot and killed at the boundary .
line south of Manyberries, Alta., in;
a funning fight with bootleggers. ;'
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