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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1907)
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1. FARM An HACI1 LAJfpS FOR SALB
TX)R BALIV-One of the but Improved 3?o
acre farm In Lancaster ounlv. 1 miles
from Martel, 4 miles from fcprngue and S
i miles from Crete, Neb.: also inn acres
land, now In alfalfa, adjo'nlriif Lincoln-
i . "T orrc,",rln nue rlWs on mv
4 bank In Lincoln or innsha will be taken
In payment. Sawyer A Pnell. Lincoln,
;'Neb. (2-o MM 19
' ' Orrsaa.
FOR SALE Learn about Ashland, Ore, ,
rlty of pure water, health, rllmate, finest
fnilta, whoola, churches, the Ideal home
, town. Write N. J. Keasqner, Ahtnnd,
: ov a M.ta itx
t v - TKXAS EXCTRSION.
, . Tuesday, Nov. 19. we run an excursion to
i the Gulf Coast of Texas; also one to th
, '. Tanhandle. Low rate for round trip. Pome
I - ' rBrT DRra!na 'or qulcn buyers. Two crops
I f". yr 1 no frosts. Call or address.
Jf ' ' I T.and and Immls-rntinn Pn iu,i o.
I Building. (20)-M343 1H
ft ' ' Mlullaiiii...
. UND, tANTV Do you want land In cen
. -tral or western Nebraska, Kansas, east
ern Colorado or Wy omnia. Improved or
unimproved. If ao. Write lis. We wll!
- give you bottom prices Walt Investment
Co.. m-10. Bee BldgA Omaha
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Farm anal Ilanrh Laad.
WKl-L Improved W) acrea, near Wymore,
' - ' rent. Address Vf Ht9 ftim TA
" (21)-M3 18x
' TEN wRB TRACT FOR RENT.
-" 10 acrea ot ood rarden or farm land lyln
south ot the Country club. See us for
. '. tsrma.
'"k OEOROD A CO.. 1601 Fam am St.
.. tilj 984 19
Following Imp. Fanns for Kent:
Vt cre, HaxMaon county, 3 miles from
10 acrea, 14 mlfes southwest l,lnco'n. Neb.
120 acres, JH miles east of Crete, Neb.
acres !(. miles fi rn v- ,.s.
IfiO acres, 2H mllea from Wymore, Neb.
160 acres. I miles from Clay Center, Kan.
.- Above are all finely Improved.
i S20 acres, Elkhorn valley hay land.
CONNER & IJEALLY,
IM Board ot Trade Bid. Omaha,
I REA ESTATE LOANS
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H
Thomas, h First Nalloual iiaulc UUlu.
Fatera Trust Co.
WANTKDClty loans and warrants. W.
- ' Farnam Bniah a Co.. U2U Farnam St.
1 . i.aj-79;
LOWEST RATES-Bemla, 1'axlon LI lock
I . (22)-i9a
PRIVATE MONET-NO DELAY.
, ,. GARVIN BROS.. 1W FAKNAM.
--LOANB on Improved Omaha property.
O'Keefe R. E.-JL'o., KX)1 N. V. Life 13 Id if.
' 2:: T'li
MO TO $8,0CO TO IJAN -Frlvate niom y.
. . PO delays. J. H. Sherwood, 43; N. Y. I. If".
' K S02
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
'-tinn to Jio.ooo made promptlv. F. D. Wead.
Wead Bid.. 18th and Furnam.
WANTED TO BUY
) WANTED To buy second-hand furniture,
cook ana tteatmg stoves, taipela, lino
leums, office luuiHuro, old cluthi-s and
hoes, piunos, feathers, bed pllloivi.
, quilts ana alt kinds of tools; or will buy
tn furniture of your house complete.
The tit(hat prices pnld. Call the iliilit
., man. Tel. Duuf. 3971.
(26) M983 Dec31
SECOND-HAND furniture bought and sold:
also machines of all kinds rented, 2 per
month. .Tel. Dou. Uite. Uu) MiD9
TO FAJtMERS AND PRODUCE SHIP
PERS. Highest prices for butter and eggs. Cash
or merchandise. Send trial shipment. The
, ' Uetinett Company, Omaha. vlb) -7
WANTED To buy calve. Tel. Doug. K339.
CASH raid for second-hand clnthlna. ahoes,
' At n lum K'n 1:ih Rt rri i-m.i 5i
WIIL rV cash for house to move. J. It.
. Parrotte, 83 Board of Trade.
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it. WANTED A good second-hand typewriter.
Addreaa Box 97, Plattsmouth. Neb.
- y.Ti MX29 19x
. WANTED A fresh Jersey cow. Mrs.
j Jno. N. Baldwin, 2211 St'. Mary's Ave.
f 1 (JJ ) M 3 9 19
WANTED TO RENT
-. WANTED 3 or 4 heated rooms for light
housekeeping; prefer unfurnished; refer
VJ. j encea given. C. W. EVkerman. Tel. Hnr
''rXl: : ) MII44 IS
. JtEFINKD and cultured young lady, well
. educated, native of Dri-sji-n, Uermany,
' ' desires position by January 1, as gov
, erness; all English branches, inuslo and
, German; fully experienced. Refeiencas.
.." Address B. , Bee. (K)-MJ67 lx
' SITUATION wanted by lady teacher; prl
vate pupils In music or English brinclus;
' special attention paid to children; will
"l" call at homea to glvo Instruction; cnar;ta
reasonable. Have flrst-claa test im mials.
' . Addreaa r 606. Bee. (27I-MJ63 2.x
, f ITUATION wanted by colored man aa
porter. Tel. 2448 Webster.
VatTORNEY with five years' experience
ould like employment with wholesale
liouse, handling accounts, aa a traveling
adjuster or general utility man. Al refer
1 ences. Address A 60S. Bee.
YlM'NO lady stenographer will take po
sition very cheap for trie winter. Ad-
drena L 614, care Bee.
(27) M112 tx
WANTED Bjr youn lady, position as
housekeeper In private family; ran give
. references. Address 2Vi S. 9ih St.
(271 M141 11
WANTED By steady and eober young
man position as buxnrliiian, 10 years of
experience; opportunity more considered
, than salary; bent of references. Addreaa,
H. Wl Bee. (27) MlJt lx
CHAl"FFEt'R-Hy experienced young man.
No bad habits. Iwt of reference. In
cluding present employer and prominent
, automoblla manufacturer. Aihlrcs. Y-9
care Bee (fi M150 18x
".vN'rEX Ex reliable man. a Job as night
IVJratchman. Addre&s, y-'ao, life.
. : (27)-M146 g
. fOMPFTENT stenographer with 3 years
A experience; an furnish own ivpewntur.
,J Address M tv. Bee. tr?)-MJ0 19x
i WANTED Position by young man as
U clothing salesman: four years' experi
ence; best of references. A.ldres C &T6,
Bee. 7)-M.t20 19x
. yoi'NO man of good habits wants po.
lion or any ina in some respectable
wholesale house. Address 1) 577 H.
127) MTil 19x
OTFICE OF THE KANSAS C1TT
Omaha Rsllway Company, Omaha, Neb.,
Hn- a. Hot- T tha Siockholdera: None
a Jiereby iiivsn that a special BMiinf 4
atorkheldera of tha Kanaaa Citv A
Mhi Railway HMnr H b. held at
ika ottlca of tha coini-any In Pairflrld. Ne
braska, at t o'clock a. m. on January 11.
14, for the purpose of actm uixm tha
MUHti..ii of aUlng- tha railroad, property
m id franchises of th comranv to the Chl
i'xo, Burhnirton Qulncy Kailroad com.
f' y. tha railruad and properly aforeme d
(r i,n iiuW under laaaa to aalj corm any.
B order f ths boai4 ( dtiectors. V. p.
, luik, Bwtrslarr Nlvdxt
OFFICE OK THE RKPl HLICAN VAL
ley, Kansas Bout h western Railroad
Co.i.tany. Omaha, Neb., ,Ndv. t. l'.'i. la
tl.e Slx kholtl.-rn: Notice Is hereb given
that a, at-ecial met)ti of the stockholders
of (he Republics.! V alley, Kansas A South
western Railroad conn any will be held at
the titttce of the company In Omaha. Ne
braska, at 4 o'clock i. in. on January 10,
lh. lor the purpose of action upon the
question of et-lhn: the ratnmd
l and franchises of this company to the Chl-
'. nuriuikion vjinncy tvauroad com
pany, the railroad and properly aioreeaid
being now unih-r iease to the said company.
l'-y order of Ihe ho nl of ilirM-lAri vv. L
! Lurkte, Secretaiy. NlOd'iot '
OFFICE OF THE REPUBLICAN VAL
ley & Wyoming Railroad company.
OmahA, Neb., Nov. . 197 To the Stock
holders: Notice Is hereby given that a
rpcilal meeting of the stockholders of the
Republican Valley A Wyoming RallroaJ
company will be held at the cilice of the
company In Omaha, Nebraska, at 4 o'clock
p. 111.. on JanuaiA- 10. IfrfW, for the purpose
of acting upon the question of selling the
lallroad. property and franchises ot this
company to the Chicago. Burlington
julnc Railroad company, the railroad
and property aforesaid being now under
loase to said company. By order ot the
board of directors. W. P. Durkee. Secre-Urr-
OFFICE OF THE OMAHA AND NORTH
Platte Railroad Company. Omaha, Neb..
Nov. 9. 18;. To the Stockholders: Notice
Is hereby given that a special meeting of
the stockholders of the Omaha and North
Platte Railroad company will be held at
the office of the company In Omaha, Neb.,
Ut 4 o'clock p. m., on January pi. l:KW. for
the purpose of acting upon the question of
se'.!inh' the railroad, property and franchises
of this cQrnpany to the Chicago, Burlington
at Qulnr Railroad company, the railroad
and property aforesaid being now under
lease to the said company. By order of
the hoard of directors, W. P. Durkee,
OFFICE OF THE OMAHA AND SOl'TH
western Railroad Company. Omaha. Neb.,
Nov. 9. I9u7. To the Stockholders: Notice
Is hereby given thAt a special meeting of
the stockholders erf the Omaha and South
western Railroad company will be held at
the othVe of the company at Omaha, Neb.,
at 4 o'clock p. m., on January 10, Inns, for
the purpose of actlnij upon the question of
selling the railroad, property and fran
chises of the company to the Chicago, Bur
lington & Wuincy Railroad company, the
abroad uud properly aforesaid being now
under inane to said compiriy. By order of
the board of directors, W. P. DI'RKEK.
OFFICE OF THE OXFORD KANSAS
RsUroad company. Omaha. Nob., Nov.
. IW17 To th Stockholders: Notice is
hereby g.ven that a spechil meeting of thl
stoc! 1'olrlrrs of the Oxford & Kansas Rail
road company will be held at the office of
tho company at Omaha. Nebraska, at 4
o'clock p. tn.. on January 10, 1!. for the
rurnose of acting upon the question of
selling the railroad, prorx-rty and fr 1 nchlses
of the comr any to the Chicago. Burlington
& Qulncy Railroad company, the railroad
and property aforesaid being now under
lease to the sa'd companv. Bv order of
tHe hoard of ' directors. W. P. Purkee,
PROPOSALS WILL BK RECEIVED BY
the Hoard of Public l ands and BulM'ns
for the furnishing and erecting of a "Pole
Line" for furnishing power and light for
the Ftate Canltol building. Line to run
from Hlate Penitentiary to State House.
Fneclfh at Ions now on file In offli'e of secre
tary of s'ate. All bids mint be filed before
noon on November 2fi, 1K07. GEO ROE C.
Jl'NKIN, secretary of stale, NISDIOt
RAILROAD TIME CARD
l'SIO. STATION loth AND MARCY.
The Overland Limited. .a 8:50 am
1 he Colorado Express. 3:30 pm
The Oregon Express. ..a 4:10 pm
The Los Angeles Llm. .al2:.V pm
The Fnst Mall..."
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Colo.-Clucago Special.. .al2:li) am
Beatrice Local h 7:12 am
North Platte Local a 7:42 am
thtcavo A Nortnwesiera.
Chicago Daylight a 7:2j am
Pt. naul-M'nn, Eip.... 7:ira
Chicago Local all:3nam
f-'loux City Pasengcr...a 7:50 a.n
Ch'cago Passenger a R:) pm
( hieano' Snecial a 6:0(1 pm
St. Paul-Minn. Llm.... a S:':8 pm
I. ng Angrjes Limited. ..a H:11 nm
Overland Limited a!0:0O pm
K'oux Citv Ixical a 3:50 pm
Twin City Limited a :1H pm
Norfolk - Pnnesieel a 7:40 am
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Peadwood - Lincoln a 8 no pm
Casper - Shnshnnl a 3:00 pm
Hastings - Suoerlor b 8:011 pm
Fremont - Albion b 8:35 nm
Chicago, Ilork laland A
Chlnnrrf T.lmltAd . A 3
:ft am all:0fi nm
Iowa Local a 6:30 am
am a 4:30 pm
lies Moines Passenger. .a 4
Towa l.ocil bll
Oh'cnTo (Eastern Ex.)..h 4
Chicago Flyer a t
Rocky Mountain L't'd..all
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Colo, and Cal Ex a 1
Okl. and Texas Ex a 4
Llncoln-Fulrhury Pass..b 8
K. C. & St. L. Exp a
K. C. St. L. Exp. .....all
Nebraska Local a 2
Chicago Expresa a 7
Minn. St. Paul Exp.,b 7
Chicago Limited a 6
Minn. & St. Paul Lmtd.a
t hleaao Great 'VTeafrra.
St. Paul-Minneapolis.... S:30 pm
St. Paul-Minneapolis ... 7:30 am
Chicago Limited :' pm
Chicago Express 7:3o am
Chicago Express 3:30 pm
St I. dills Expret a 6:30 pm a 1:30 am
Pt. Louis Lo ui (rrom
Council Bluffs) a 9:30 am all:13 pm
Bianherry Local (from
Council Fluffs) -.b i:0t pm b!0 t5 ara
Chicago, Milwaukee Jk St. Paol.
C hic. Hi Colo. Special. ..a 7:23 am li':G0 pm
Cal. & Ore. Express.... a 6:00 pm a 3:23 pm
Overland Limited a 9:6$ pin a 8.30 am
Perry Local a 5:15 pin all.iK) am
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Denver St California. ...a 4:10 pm
North weal Special a 4:10 pm
Black Hills a 4:10 piu
Northwest Express ,...all:i9 pm
NebiaBka pointa a 8:45 am
N'tbiaaaa Express a 9.1i aiu
Lincoln ram Mail 0.4jpai
Schuyler-I laltsmouth ..b 3:10 pm
BclK-vue-l'laitsmoulb. ..a f.M pin
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Iienver Limited a 4:li in
Chicago Special i ?:''"-
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Chicago Flyer ,. a 6:3t) pm
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St. Louis t xpies a 4:46 pm
Kansas City At St. Joe..ai 16 pin
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LOW HATES TO EUROPE
Join on of our Christmas Kxcuraiuna to
OreatoHritaln, Norway, Mn-di-n. Deiunaik
and i;.o many, leaving Chicago Weekly.
Kxcelleiit atrvice and excriitlonally low
ratea by the Canadian I'ao tl "Express.''
the finest, fastest and largest strainers
b. twe-n t-t. Lawrence ports and Lurope.
W rite for rai.-s and ho kl.-ts.
O. B. rsJiUJI, O. A,
S33 M. Claik tu.ll, Clueao, ZU.
CHAIN A.iD PKUDCCt MAKtVLl
Little Trading it Done and All Grain
, . on blisht Decline.
CABLES ATFECT IIOLIE . MARKET
Wkeat Is Weak and Shows Signs ot
-. Ltqnldatloa - The Crowd t la
Bearish aad Working; for
OMAHA, November 16. 1907.
Saturday little trading was done and all
grain traded sold on a slight decline.
Cables came lower and atfected the do
mestic prices accordingly.
Wheat was weak and showed signs of
llquluaUon. it was a heavy murKet through
out the short secession.
The crowd was bearish aa ever and
worked for a decline. Bulls are all loaded
with wheat and are uuabla to give the
Pec ember t.eat opened at S6!i0 and
closed at 87c.
Corn was some lower and trade very
light and the market ruled dull.
Brokers did some little buying and the
selling nas well scattered. December corn
opened at 4Mc and closed at 480.
Oats opened fairly steady wltu offerings
light and no general trade. Little, trading
was done In futures and the .cash market
was dull. December oats opened at 44c and
closed at 44c.
Liverpool closed l'id to ld lower on
wheat and d lower on corn.
Seaboard reported 24o,OuO bushels of
wheat, and 72,010 bushels of corn, taken
l.otal range of options:
Arllcles. Open. Hlgh.TLow. I Close. Yes y.
Dec... OTif J7S VWt 87s,
May... 96i, gfi:., fc-,i,4 t.,
July...- 894 !H? 8j,j i;a
Dec... 4', 4SV4 4f4 48-V
lay... 494 fr'1 41'j ri"1
July... 49 49V 49 4 li
Pec... .44 44 41
May... 4ti 4,4 4 47
July... 42 24 -:'
Omaha Cash Friers.
WHEAT-No. 2 hard, 9c.i.c; No. 3 hard.
f6-y!ic; No. 4 hard, lUUac; No. 3 spring,
9i v M3c.
CORN No. 3. GlSfiliic; No. 4, WQWtc; no
Kraile. 40v-; No. 3 yellow, BlVuJ-Vic; ,No.
2 white, f.lii62e.
OATS No. 3 mixed, 407H1e; No. 3 white,
42i4avc; No. 4 white, 4C!fe42c; standard,
itYK-No. 2, ISJWfc; No. 3. 663C7C
t allot rcc-cetyts.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 20 134 W!)
Mlime.i polls 189
Omaha 1.1 .. i
Duluth , 219
CHICAGO GRil.Y AND PROVJSIOXS
Features of the Trndlns; and Closing
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Nov. 16. Ovemel.ing by
bears and their covering later caued a
sliKiit advance and a steady clote to the
wheut tiiariirt today. '1 he nnal quotations 1
on wheat were '4c higher. Corn was 1111
changed. Oats were 14c higher. I'ro- ,
visions were uc lower to a aliade higher.
The wheat market opened weak because1
of lack of support, which was basml
largely upon lower prices at Liverpo l.
The fear vaj alao expreseed that the Bank
of Lngiand may ayaln advance lis ratrt
of discount, and this caused considerable
huh .ailing of leng wheat, as well as much
selling lor short account. The bears moi
shot tile mark somewhat and their efforts
to rover lute In the day caused ine price
of December to advance quickly, with the
result that It closed higher than the litU
prices of yesterday. A alight reaction was
caused from tho top price of the uay by
thw untavorable oi-lnlon generally- enter
tained of the New lork hank sWtoment.
T he export demand was practically .noth
ing. December wheat opened uv&c to
t(Vc lower, at Mfk. .-vac and, after
selling between 93 H ti 94 4 c, closed steady,
at k'lc. Clearances of wheat and hoar
were equal to li i 8.000 bushels. Primary
receipts were 696,000 bushels, against 746,
000 bushels on the same day last year.
Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago reported
receipts of 458 cuis, against 431 cars laat
week and 486 cars onu yeacao. '
Tho corn market was nervous and prices
were generally lower, with the trade
chleily of a local character. T he gu
weather for the curing of the crop and
the weak tone of the wheat market dur
ing the greater part of the day were de
pic&sing factors. Trading was very light.
December corn opened iiVc to vs t fi 0
lower, at 64J ifi4 Vifl, sold between 3 I 't
i4 4e and closed unchanged, at 54 Wo. Lo
ral receipts were 124 cars, with 26 cars of
The trade In oats wss exceedingly light
and was confined largely to prol'i ssloual
trading. The demand 'for cash oats vaa
poor and local sales were only 80,000 bush
els. December oats opened Vc higher, at
464c, sold between 46'.i4iiHc and closed
at 46',jc. Local receipts were 109 cars.
The weakness of grain caused An easy
opening In provisions, but later' the cover
ing hy shorts In ribs brought about a re
gain of the early lost. Ti ailing was not
largo. At the close January pork was 5o
lower, at 112.75. Lard was mc lower,
.at 7.07y. lUbs wore a shade higher, at
16.87 H i 6.90.
Estimated receipts for Monday, are:
Wheat, 28 cars; corn. 144 cars; oat, 126
cars; hogs, 28,000 head.
. The leading future ranged as f ollows: ,
Artlcles. Open. HUrh Low. Closo.l Ycs'y.
I 13 00 1
8 87Mi 8 SO
7 15 I 7 15
Cash quotations were as follows:
f'l-Ol'K Steady ; winter patents Hyyif
4.86; winter stiainhtu, 34.ilofi4.55: spring pat
enls, V).'i6 o"; spring straights, l.5-4 J;
WHEAl'-No. 2 spilng, Sl.trSfl.H: No. 3
spring, Kk'SJluS- No. 2 red, 'J2'ii'Mc.
COHN No. 3, BSftalftjc; No. 2 yeilow, 81?
OATS No. 2, 46c; No. 3 white, uifrini.r.
BAhLKV 41oil feeding, CtAc; Ia!r to
choice malting, 76ijV0c. .
8t:ilS Klax, No. 1 northwestern, 31 1";
prime timothy, H.'Hi; clover, contract cradc.
(M'OVISinN'S-Ph"rt ribs, sides l-inse),
I6.75fi7.75. Mess pork, per bbl., 112.50 u 12. 75.
1 -a Ml. per lud lbs.. $-.3j. Short clear shies
l-'oll'ivMni;. ere the receipts and slil-
meiils of Hour and grain:
Flour, bbls i4.4 0 , CS5i
Mieat, bu 1. al iw v j
Corn, bu IN. Ml I'T 401
Oats, bu 1!'2 1 O :T.'wn
Hya. bu 5 km 10 l it
Barley, bu 8-:;oj ll.S hj
On the Broduce exchange todav tho hui
ter market was steady; ciarr"i irs, 2y 7c;
dairies. Jltii'ic. Kgsa. steady; at mail;
caaa Includ-d. t'S-i-'M-ic; firsts. Tic; prime
til sis, a4c. Cheese, steady, U'jj '3M.c.
Mlaaeapolla Grata Market.
MINNFJAIHiLlS, Nov. hi WHKAT De
cember, tl.tvl; May, 31 10; No. l hard
!.n. Vtil.l',,; No. 1 northern, ll Wfi l.cu . :
No. 2 northern, 3l.03V(1o4' ; No. 3 north
KLOL'K Kirat patents. Sj.4bfr5.ilP: second
parents, $5.3vi6 4i:; iiral clears, l.3"i4.4V'
econd cleais, J.50i3.70.
FLAX Fair demand: closing prices were
11.18'-,; to arrive.
B KAN In bulk. t-UiaM.50.
k Milwaukee ;rnla Market.
MTIAVAVKFE. Wis.. Novr- l.-WHElAf-Bteady;
No. 1 northern, ll.07ui.im; u, --
; -"ay, l Hi asked. '
l.AivL. eteady; No. Z, Sue; simple, fcf
PN Steady; No. 3 cash, tfa9Hc; May,
TOLFA0. O.. Nov. 1 S FI-7DS Clover
$:'Su; Decern I er. (Sir: March. $!.ti'U.
ye. r.v. 1, Bv'c; No. 2, 79c; No. 3,
9 Tfm.. K' .. -- T
rimothy, prime, $2 W; alsike, prime, $.;
December, $9 40.
Liverpool Orwla and Previsions.
I IVtKltKiL, Nov iu VV HEAT Spot
eaay; No. t red "tsieia tiUilcr. 7s lud.
DATT.Y FF, MONDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1007.
futures, dull; Pec-ember, Je JlVds. Mflrcb,
s 1.1, Nfay, 8s ld. ,
C fiR.N .ol. Sternly prim fnfvM Amerl
csn. fs 8d: futures, dull; December, 6s id;
January, 6s 4d.
Condition at Trad and Qaotntloas on
' Maple tad Fancy Prod a re.
J-XIOS Fresh country, 2TIC; s.orage, atV.
It looks like Sc for fresrt cbum.ry estjs'1
ur 1 m " I nanicsi;iving. .
BUTTE H Common, 18c; fancy tub and 1
ro,i. , c , 1.1'a.iieij, Jlc.
cnEr.SK New full- x-.rm','r Wisconsin
twins, )7c; r.ew full cream brick, lie; do
mestlc, tie Swiss, 1c; new llinuurger, li
tioe; yuuntr Americas. 17 He
LIVE POCLTKY Spr.ngs, 9c; hens, 8c;
roosters, 4; ducks, h'; aeese, lec; turiteys,
16c; pigeons, ,6c rer dos. '.
HhtSScl) POL. L i'KY Springs, fancy,1
lec; hens, 9c; roosters, 6c;luck.3, Uc; gese, I
12c; turkeys. 2oc. '
HAY-ciiuice jlo. 1 upland, 110.00; me- '
dlum, Id 'hi; No. 1 bottom, em; off grades, i
from k jo to 86.60; rye suaw, 7.uv; No. 1 )
APPLES New York King's, per barrel,
35.60; ' None Such,!' per barrel, 35 iij; 80
ounce Pippins, per barrel, j.2; Maiden 1
Llush, per barrel. $i.U0; Baltwlns, per
barrel, 80. Ou; Greenings, per barrel, 35.UO;
wes ern box apples, Colorado Jonathans,
per box, 81.25; Colorado Orlmes Unldena.
per box, 83.25; Idaho Jonathans, - per box,
4.10); Idaho Winter Bananas, per box,
(3uo; Washington Ben Davis, fliv; Wasli
ton Northern Spy, per box. 12.00; Washing
ton Greenings, per box. 82 t"'; Washington
Baldwins, per box. $2.00; Washington Rome
L'eauty, per box, 82.25; Washington fall ap
phs, assorted, per box. 1 Try!. 85.
ORANnEt Florida, ier box. 84nnTf4.2S;
Florida Grape Fruit, per box. j 75fi1 00.
GRAPES-Concoids. per basket. I'glSOe;
Mtlagn. heavy weights, per keg. t5.0Vj
h.J'-, Malaess medium weights, per keg,
tl.COgS.O11; Callforn'a grapes, season about
over; some few Emnerors of fair quality
still moving-, per crate, 31.75i91.8S.
LEM NS- Fancy. 3'0 and 3'V size, per
box, lS.00-S6.ifl; extia choice, 300 and 360
size, per box. 3"i.(KXgt M.
B A N A NAS- -Port Llmons, per bunch,
F1G3 AND DVTES - Brrvrns f'es.
7 crown, per pound. l-KlSc; Smyrna figs,
6-crown, rer po-nd. 12ii:ic; Pmvrna ftirs,
4-cronn. per pound. e-Ftllc; California figs,
boxes. 10 cartons. "Sc; California figs,
boxes, 12 cartons S5e; California ftss, hoik,
p'-r poi nd. 6Hc; llsllowt dates, per pound,
6' r; Khudrawl dates, per pound. 6c; Salr
dates, per pourd, 5c; Fsrd dates." 13-po'-nrl
hr, ner ro'ori. Re. i
CALIFORNIA DRIED' FRCTTS-Prtines
are somewhat unsettled by freer offerings
from second hands, who seem desirous of
moving supplies of Immed'ate grades. Quo
tations ranue from tic to 9c for California
fruit and from 54c to 80 for Oregon.
Peaches vety firm, with fancy yellows
quoted at 13 He.
POTATOES Per bu., 6if75c,
CABBAGE Holland seed, per Ib IO
ONIONS Red Globe, per bu., 8565c;
Denln. p-r crate, 1 1 .60. 1
SWEET POTATOl'-K Small bbl $3.60.
BEETS Per bu SOc.
("ARHOTH Per. bu.. 75c.
TC KM PS Per bushel, 600.
PARSNIPS-Per husreT. T.e.
U-:i.ERY Michlgiin, per bunch, 25f?35o.
NAVY BEAN'S Per bu.. No. 1, 82.90 per
bu : Ll-ea, 7c per lb.
BEANS New wax and string, 4060o
per market basket.
RAPIPIIFS-Per dosen. 20c.
TOM Toi--spor basket, 5f75o.
PEPPLIU3 Per bushel. 7Sc. .
No. 1 r!h. 14Hc: No. I ribs. 11Ac: No. 3
ribs, 6He. No. 1 loin, 19c; No. 3 loin, 13c;
No. 3 loin, 9c. No. 1 chuck. 6Hc; No. 2
Me; No. 2
No. 1 plate.
No. 3 chuck, 4le. No. 1 round,
round, 7Vc; No. I round, 6';C.
5c; No. 2 flate, 4c; No. 3 plate.
CANNET.i OOODS Corn, standard west
ern, 75c. Tomatoes, fancy 8-pound r-ans,
31.45; standard 3-pound 'cans,, tl.iio. Pine
apples, grated, -pound.' J 2i5(i.i; sliced,
tl.T.'di -'..15. tiallon applea. 14.80. California
aprleols, J,A'(,a.uo. Paars, 83.11X3.16.
l'eaches. - I.B4)3 15. I4. C- peaches, 32. Hv
3.15. Alaska salmon, red, U.40; fancy
Chinook, flat, 42.li; fanc aockeye, flat,
32.15. Sardines, quarter oil. W.tiu; three
nuarters mustard, $3.3.1. Sweet potatoes,
31.2 1.5. Sauerkraut, . jci 1 Bumpkins, (0c
ii 1 " V. Lima beans. 2-penmd, 75fuM.2")'
Soaked peas, 2-pound, 6'c: fncv.' 'tl 2 .y I r.
NUTS California walnuts, per lb. 18c;
Imported walnuts, per 1b:, lSj 15c; Tarra
pone Hlmorld?, per lb., iff; fttberta, per lb,
J3c; Brazils, per lb., 13(U'14c; Pecans, per
lb., 12yi3c; peanut" rnvv, per lb., .0;
peanuts, ro?3ted, peY-WLJlcf Italian cheat
nuts, per lb., 84r9c.
COCOANUTS-Per sackj $4.50; per dozen,'
COFFKK Roasted, No' 80, Mc; No. 30,
lie; No. 25, Wc; No. Si, llVac:
fl'GAR- Granulated, cone, per sack,
$j.4;0 beet, :; cut loaf, 6c; cubes, 6v4c;
jiowfl'i ed, H.15c.
FlSlI-lial'.but. lie; trdut, 13c: pickerel,
10c: pike, 14c: pike, fresh from-n. lc;
whitcllsh. 14jtl6e: buffalo, 14c; bullheads,
Fklnmd and ;resred. tic; cattish, dressed,
17c; whit porch, Jo: white b,8s. 15c; 4cn k
bass. Sic, -'JP,i9h. S'frtc; frappies. 6fi9c:
larce, crappierf, 15c; lifrrlni?, Iresli frorin,
8c; wh!teish, froren. 13 M5c; pickerel, fn-Hh
frozen, 12o red enappur, 12c; flounders,
mackerel, iS$35l uer fisli; codfish, frnh
friieii, 12c rd snnpper, 12c; fl lunders,
ficsh froxea, 12c. haddo' k fres'.i frozen, 12c;
sm.lt ISc; sh'to roe, 45c per lh.; l'roi legs
3ftc pr dc. ; green sea turtle meat, 2oc
per lb. . ..
ffli.EI AND TATJ-CVT-Oreen salNvl,
No. 1, 7c; No. 2, 7',c; bull" hides,-tie; rron
Jiides, No. 1, fie; No. 2, lie; horse. 1, 503.50;
sheep peits, 50cl.r.V TalloW, No, 1, 4W-:
No. 2, 8V4cr"V'ool. 15ft-2Ic: ' -
f4t. I.onls General Mttrkax.
BT . LOL'IS, Mo., Nov- W-HilEAT-'
Firm; track. No. 2 red, cash, 9-.C; No. 2
hard.1 JcUl."l '-; Weewnber. -8!&3cf
tHN Firm; track. No. ! cash, 5Kc; De
cember, 5"c; May, .iac; No. 2 white, 6
OATri-I.ovvcr; track, No. 2 cash, 44o,
No. 2 while, 47c; D,conber. 4c; May, 4 'c
' FI OCR Dull ; Ji-d winter patents, $4.75
fiS.W; extra fancy and alialsht, (1.31 4.tt;
,. fi s-.-1 irt.
BCED TlmothV. steady: 3 5O04.1O.
I'Oll N MKA L Steady ; Jj.OO.
' I-. A X .M r- n-; miu il . i.i.tt tracV. tl.v.
HA Y 1111 hangad; timuthy, , tU.003Hi.00;
pi a l ie, V: ( 'i '1 "0.
trov cdTh.. TIFS 3(10.
FliOVISIONh t'ncbanawli JobWna-, $13 .
I ii' U, unci ai i?. d; prlmo steam, , $5.80. Dry
s It me'itsi. stendy; tioxt-d extra shorti.
fl'';.; clear ribs. K.W; Khort chars, $X25;.
bai'in si'!"!y; short clcarH. $10.1H4.
POCLTHY Weak; chickenav 80; springs,
9c; turkeys, 12c; ducks. SVitC; geese. S-c.
BI"ITf.ll-Steady: creamery, 24'u.'9c.
! Flour, bbls i... t- 0
Wheat, bu 60. n)
Corn, bu 14rt
Oats, bu Ib.oou
Kannaa City Grnln anil Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. K'WH KA f De
cember. 9" c; Mav, 9STve. Cash: No. 2
hard 92ti;vc; No. 8. WgWc; So. 2 red,
f;i. "fi..,c: No. 3. 9'!'K-.-. -
CORN December. 47'-c: May, 5ic. Cash:
No. 2 n-W"(l. 4!i'"C2c; No. 3. 4'yulc; No. 2
allle. 47'ooLc: No. 3, 4tiUT'51c. '
OATS No. ! white. 44Vi.i45-; No. 3 mlxad.
S ' - 4 V.
H A Y Choice timothy, weak, 311ffll00;
cl-'.'ce prairie, $9.75ii K'.OO.
I7r; packing. 17c.
"4c: tlrsis. 2 'c.
Ijt;S Fresh, extias,
G5"0 144 Oil
, 2H 0fl 6.0(0
Corn. bu. ..
Oals. bu. ..
Kansas City rash prices:
I Open. I High. I Ixiw. Closo
1 e cu ter
Peoria 4.rnln Market..
PI-:OTIA. III., Nov. 14 -CORN-Inaotlve;
No. 3 nominal, 6'c; No. 4 new, 5cc; olj,
IIATS Quiet; No. 3 white, 46i(4Gyc; No.
4 wb'le. 42'il4:t4jo.
HYF No rii maud.
Vhiskey- 11. 3 j.
Dulnlh bealit Slarkrt.
DI'LT'TH. Minn.. Nov. 14. WH FAT No.
I rorthcrn. $1.(; No. 2 northern, $1.1.3.
NEW YORK, Nov. 16 -t'OFFKE-Markt
for futniei opened steady at "nchnnxod I
pr'ees to a decline or 6 tinta. In k-e:lng
with European cables. There was consid
erable sw'irMna- fresi December to later
position, but I t tie) outright U'liildatlon. and
the market rall'ed before the close on eov.
er'rg and si-p'.rl from trade Interests The
close was steady, net linchn,l Sales
were reo.irted of 32 77) bas. Incl'id'ng De
cember a S ft-c, Varch st 5 Tie and (Vinlier
at 8 1"C. Spot onlel; Rio, Ni 7, 6c; Santos.
'" T5,c. illll coffee, ateady; Coiauva.
INVEST ait MOIMIE2
5 Gold Bonds
' of the
tFeet Railway (Co,
in $1,000.00 denominations.
Interest Paid Semi-Annually.
Full Information on R?qu?st. Call Up or Address
SAIVIUEL BURNS, Jr.
G14 New York Hie Bldo
IMAilA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle of All Kinds Considerably
Lower for Week.
COGS CONTINUE SHOWINfJ GAIN3
o Fresh Receipts of Sheep or l.amba
and Not Many Fxpected for
Next Week Prices Lower
for the Week.
SOUTH OMAHA, Nov. Id.
Cattle. Hus. Sheep.
Official Monday ....
8. i74 7,528
Six days this week 20.4;2
Same days last week....ln4
tiaine daja 2 weeks ago..2..t45
Bame da.s 8 weeks a-;o. .Su.i83
8 line days 4 wees ago. .!''. y&
Same days last year S3, 603
The following table shows the receipts oi
cattle, hogs and sheep at Soutn Omaha for
the year to date, compared with last year:
1807. 19U6. .- Inc.. Dec
Cattle 1,(V,,li2 910.2.2 115,910
Logs 2,tvi2,423 2,17l!,&44 1:0,5-1
bluep 1.8M4.M3 l',971,2i2 U,4
The following table shovs the vt-i,j
prices of hots at South Omaha tor tue last
Several days, Wltu comparisons:
Date. I 1907. 1906.1906.,1904.118'3.lii02.1901.
N iv. ID.,
Nov. i( .
t 16 I 6 96 4 87 I 4 7S
4 0 I 0 W 4 a I 9l 4 7 6 u
ii'.al i y- 1 bu not w 1 w ti
1 a mi 1 '.ill 4 11,, 4 01
v vi ' "'I " "'I - ' .
14 82 14 89 4 U o )
6 Oo I 4 801 4 631 10; 0 3
t D9I 4 80 4 4 2i 0 .9
5 88 4 731 4 6 4 u tt 28 1 0 b
I 4 72 4 64t . 8 U '0
8 L 4 l5 4 K. 4 54 b o3
'Sunday. - "'
The- official number of cars, of atock,
orougbt In today by each r''4'
. . CaLttle.Hogs.Shecp.
C, M. & St. P. Ry -!
V ab..hh , .. ' j . 2
Mlnaouri 1 aclflc Ry 4
I nion l'a Hie tiyatein , 6 ..
C. u N. W. lty. tcnst 1
C. i N. W. ivy. twest) 16
C, St.- 1'., M. & O. By 2
C-, li. & tj. lea-tl 1
C., II. & Q. (west) 17..
C, It. 1. 4 P. K. teaaO 2
C, it. 1. 4c P. Ly. tweat) 1
Total receipts 1 42
The dlppobition of the day's recelots was
s folio, ' each buyer purcluxaing thv
number of head Indicated:
. Cattle. Uog-i Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co 414
iSw.it and Co.upauy '. 3i2
4 udahy 1'acking Co 403
Am .our Ac Co hf
V. A. Brltton .' 4s
Klngan 1 25
I, Mislead '453
Ouii-r buyers 3
Total 3 2.J03
CATTLE There were only a tew scatter
ing bunches of catile In the yards this
n.uining there not being enough of any
0110 kind to make a maiket. The recuipts
for the week, although considerably enort
of the record of U year ago, nevertheless
show a considerable, gain over the' previous
week. In spile of very moderate runs the
ma,ket was unsaiistactory to the. seh.ng
Interests from start to finish. Prices
steadily worked downwaid, the market be
iiyf lower practically every day of the
Tic mull lie cii-ev. Ti.e i.i.nieuiate caaj
for tho unfavorable conditions of the mar
k' t was to be found in the meatier demand
for both killers and feeders and In tho
further -fact that prices everywhere were
b: caking down.
Cornfcu-a.eers, which were In more lib
eral supi ly tills week than last, but which
'to mostly on the warmed-up -order, suf
fered the worst decline of anything, being
generally quoted at the close of the week
r gut at 5oc lower than a week ago. It
tnkes right good cornled steers to bring
$"1. X and choice .gtades codld hardly be
expected to go much above to .75. Itariga
sietrs did not suffer as severely as corn
feds, paikers' apparently preferring the
Cheaper grass beeves to the more ex
bens, ve fed cattle. . Hence the demand was
better for the grassers than for other
kindB, but still they are fully ju lower
ti iim a week ago.
While the market ' on cows and heifers
has received better support from buying
orders from small outs. da packers, still
the demand has been -very meager" all the
wek and the general tendency of prices
has been steadily downwaid. They are
0. noted at the close of the week 2oj3-;
lower than one week ago.
The same conditions that were noted a
week rko have pre 'ailed all this week In
toy feeder trade. Would-be buyers have
ben hampered by i lability to secure cus
tomary accommoilat 011s at banKs In the
ay of loans with which to pay for cattle.
This mrans that the buying demand lias
been limited all the weeky nils of Itself
would be sufficient to-Rtv(f prices a down
waid trend, but In addition to tht was
t:ie break in cornfed b!ers. Taking all
conditions into consideration. It Is not at
all surprising that the market on stockers
and feeders is generally 20t4kc lower than
a week ago. Fortunate-rJ-, receipts have
been moderate, ao that It has been pmul
ble to keep cattle from accumulating In any
gieat m inbeia.
Quotation on cattle: Good to choice
p.irnred steers. t"iO''5.70; fa'r to vond c -n-fed
steers, $4 4t"i!6.00; common 10 fair corn
fed k.eem. $:J iiii-; ood to choice range
sieers. 84. 1.4.90; fair to good range steers.
t'i4i!15; common to fair rarte steers,
$1 iMi.1 5"; good to choice cows and heifers,
$t '-ii;' 5); fair to good cows and heifers,
$ ' 4k''2.0ii; common to fair cows and be fen.
$1.2iW-' 4ti; good to choice stockers and feed
ers. $4tAi.4 5i; fair to good stockers and
feeders. $3 5rii4 0ti: common to fair stockers
and feeders, 2.75ii3So. ,
HOGS- llogs wete as poor this mornin
as they were good yesterday. There wero
a gjod many rough loads on the tt. row
out order and cotisldei able trashy stuff.
The market opened in good season with
sh.iipers active buyers and packers were
forced to follow or go without hoijs. The
opening was generally 6t? higher and later,
taklrg quality Into cons'd -ration, a ood
many hogs sold Miloc higher, although on
paper rales might not look much more
than ia higher. Light hogs -made tha most
'advance and they were aafely luc higher
tlan yesterday. The hogs sold largely at
8,i i ii 'i, aa against $4 5 00 yesterday.
The trade was active and everything lit
aight changed hands In good season In tha
Dooming. . - . -
Reeelpta of hogs thla week have shown
a llfle im; r vem nt over tie p-ev uui we k.
but ure considerably short of Uit y.ar's
record. The week started out with a .O'o-l
s arp advance, but coiiimpclng with, Tues
day prices dropped, rapidly IgucMng tha
)4,jO 01. .-V
12.i'0 bo. 8 0
1 iw point of the year on Wednesday, when
he average of all the sales wis onlv
44.70. During the last half of the week
.'ia market has tinned up rapidly, so that
at the close It Is oc hlfcher man it was at
the opening and 1240 higher than the close
.11" last week. Today's advance carries the
market to the highest point touched since
November 6, but prices are still 8.-,0c
lower than the high point of the month.
No. A. em. Pr. No.
At. In. Pr
i.O 4il t at
Kl II) 4 00
1 14 84 4 75 (7..
61 . . .
M 4 lUVtj
I 4M 1:0 4 i
211 320 8 00
to 4 w
. . 4 s
... 8 00
44 8 00
. . . illl
40 6 05
.2si :uo i j
.147 J2i 4 i
.".nf 30 ( ill)
. .t -i
2J S IX)
4i 6 00
80 8 00
... 6 on
40 6 00
2JI 100 ( 06
..241 60 8 06
..ill 1.0 i 06
.31 2"0 (03
I) 6 06
.247 160 6 tf)
2(H) i 00
..203 16.' 5 06
40 i 06
HHEf.'P There were no frean recelots of
cheep this morning and nothing with wnlcli
to make a niaract. For the eek the re
I celpts have been fair, showing up lu.ly
as large a last weeK or . year ago. In
oner worus 11 lias been a normal run for
Ills season of the year when receiots aru
The week; started out strong, but declined
latei on Btreiihti.enuis up again at the
close of the wtek. Al me close good KiileiS
are not very much lower; luuluc would
i..vei ao i.,e de .Ine luiit has lanen place
on deslrablo stjiT. Medium giadcs, ua nug.it
be expected, Boow i.iuio loss ti.au tue bet, or
K.i.ii--.. i'.e uii 1,1 iik la.iius sold as hlgu
as $5.90, with good Kinds sell.ng around u.tifi
d. .1.... y,.iie a h-ilg went at 6.U) to a
acker, but It la understood that tiiey were
j u piavei. on letu a. id wele not iiuenileil
for Immediate s.aujnter. vXvlhera and
yearlings mixed, but mostly yearlings, soul
during the week at $4.uu4.65, vvlin sirallit
V it. 1. n-a as a-i 1 ne be.t e..ea
' aold as high as $4.20, with the most of the
gout utile. twin around w..ju-4.oo.
I Feeders have been mo seueis all the
I week, the trade being dull and prices weak
throughout. Receipts ere yulie liberal.
Willie tue denial, il was veiy iloilled a. id
Sellers found it rather stow work In Ced
ing clearance, ecpeciully when It came to
thu common or ...euiu.i. giauea. Old thin
ewes were especially had to move, still
taking everytuing into consideration toe de
niand was as good aa cua.d 00 expected
' and everything was cleuned op.
i At the close of the ce there was a
better feeling prevailing a.nong operatorx
on tlie market. I'.eports at hand today In
dilated that there were on.y about m-venty
five ears tn sight at neighboring station
I for next week. In fact It would look ver.
much as If the coming week would witness
the practical end of the range teasou, ai
though, as a matter ot course, scattering
sn 1 .. tnm of iaoeis are to be expecteu
I fur some time to coma. With such light
' receipts In slht salesmen are beginning to
j talk that prices ought to look up a little
I the coining week. There Is undoubtedly
i a good deal of feeding stuff that holders
, would be flail to unload shp'ild prices shovv
' any Improvement, an supplies from that
ao lire mai e increased receipts.
Quotations on good to choice killers:
Lambs, 85.6oiiVi.iO; yearling wethers, $4 4
4.75; wethers, 14 lrfi4.:ifi; ewes, t3..V)'4 .10.
Quotations on feevlers: good lambs, $5,000
5.50; common lambs, $3.5'f(i4.50; yearlings,
' $4.Htfi4."4i; wethers, $4.AXij4 2u; good ewes,
i $2.7di3.25; common ewes, $1.25(52.25.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 10. C A TT1-K-Receipts,
3, Oki head, market unchanged; choice
export and dressed beef steers, $5 .Obvnt 01;
fair to good, J3.7Mi4.90; western steers. $3.30
M 40; stockers and fe.-ders. t3.6triv4.oi;
southern steers, i'i.'i&'al.H-J; southern cows,
t.MO-na.OO; native cows, $l.50(i1.55; native
heifers. t2.40Ti3.7r; bulls. (2.25i3.60; calves,
$2.7616 00. Receipts for the week, 6,500 head.
HOUS Receipts. 6.000 head: market
strong and higher; top, $5.15; bulk of sales,
(..'Wio.12H; heavy, lt.""6.10; packrrs. t o)
416. 15; pigs and lights, $4.906.15. Receipts
lor the week, 41, Urn.
RMKKP AND . LAMBS Receipts, none;
market nominally steady; eta -a nd vi i.
linn. $4.ooi4.T5; western yearlings, K.SOj?
6."": western, $4.40fi6.60.
SI'. JOSF.PH, Mo.. Nov. CATTLE
Reeelpta, 130 head; cattle, steady: natlvea,
$4.2f(i6.00: cows and heifers, $1.7ii4.40;
atocl-era and feeders. $3 .'iV 1-4 .25.
HiG3 Receipts. 6.f'4 head; n'Hrkt
steady; lambs, 5-.T5-'t5.36; yearlings, $4.i)j
St. I,ulHT.lvT"io"..l( Market.
BT. LOt'IS, Nov, IS OA !"!'!. E II- celp'S
1.3 0 head, including 200 Texatu, market for
Wniltt-r-Ai,o-M J8 1 ttAv,.mMr. -s-8' emi a s.ui; -- 8 mm s -,i-a--SV--i-s-aiisia-Bsaw
r 13 44
When you stop to think about it, you, of
course, realize the grave danger that menace
your children when they play in the streets
on which there are 6treet car tracks, but do
you think about it often enough f
And do you caution your children about
it often enough!
Are you sure that YOUR children are
not daily exposing themselves to tlie danger
of being struck by a car in fact, jeopardiz
ing their lives,
Remember that when children are play
ing, their minds are engrossed with their play
and they are utterly unheedful of apprftach
ing cars and frequently dart directly in front
Assist Us in Preventing Accidents.
0maJa Council Bluffs
Street RjxilvvaLy Company
hatlves strong, Texans steady; nntlve ship
ping and export steers, $..o0i1t.00; dressed
beef and butcher steers, t4.M'K.S0; steers
under 1.0C0 pounds, t3.WKu-4.lt); Blockers and
feeders. $2-U44.10; cows and heifers, t? ,'50
6.tD; canners. $1.25-d2.15; bulls, t3.76.li4. 50;
calves, t3.5ofi8.00; Texas and lndhin steers,
$2 5"iifi.25; calves and heifers, tl.2tnQ3.90.
IK KJS Receipts, 3.000 head; market
active; pigs and lights, J.VtV.uO 60; packing,
$4.7i"'ti5.45; butchers and btsi heavy, $5.20
No sheep on sale.
CHICAGO 1,1 VK STOCK MARKET
Cattle, Sheep and l.amba Steady
CHICAGO. Nov. 1. CATTLE Receipts,
400 head; market steady; beeves. t3.2fift4.2o;
cows, $1.10'ii4.70; calves, t5.2fvir7.26; 'IVxsns,
t3. 153.90; Blockers and feeders, $2.26jH40.
1KGS Receipts, 12.0K) head; maiket flrmj
light, $1.90410.45; mixed. $4.9cu6.5o: he ivy.
$4.kV-iC 50; rough, $4. Hoi .5.00; pigs, $4.25(65.15;
bulk of sales $6.10(i6.26.
BHLEP AND LA MBS Receipts, 2,0V)
head; market steady; natives, $2005.15;
western, $2.nofj6.00; yearlings, $4.6CxjJ6.4oj
lambs, $4.0-iiti.50; western, $4.00tf.4O.
Slonx Cltr Live Block Market.
SIOUX City, la.. Nov. 18.-(8peclal Tele
gram. ) HOCS-Receipts, 2.700 head; mar
ket Bteady; selling at $4,854:16 06; bulk, $4.99
CATTLE Receipts, .too head; market tin
chanfed; beeves, $4 5Of5.50; cowa and heif
ers, $2.14)3.76; stockers and feeders. $3.0;4
4.00; calves and yearlings, 3. 503. 50.
Stock In klght.
Receipts of live stork at tha tlx principal
western markets yesterday:
South Omaha -. 10
1 Kansas city 3ei 0
; St. Joseph 1:8)
I Ft. I.ouls 1.200
.6.130 11.024 2.270
NEW YORK nrwnnAI, MARKET
I'estarea of Trad I no- synd Prices o
NEW YORK. Nov. 18. FlXlCR Receipts
31,260 bbls.; exports. 2.414 bbls.; market dull
end barely steady; Minnesota patents, t..'24
Ti.ty: winter straights, $4.5iy4.7i; M nne
sota bakers, $l.5(ii&.00, winter extras, $3.iy
4 10; winter patents, $4.85u5.35; winler low
:rades. $3.75(fi4.00. Rye flour, steady; fair
:o tgood, $5.(Kii6.1.6: choice to fan . v. $2uif
-.6). Buckwheat flour, aleady, U(u'3.2o per
CtMlNMEAL Steady; fine white and ye-
ow, $l.4"ii'l.45; coarfce, $1.2ctT1.6; kiln dried,
I'VK-Kasy; No. 2 western. 91c, f. o. b..
Wilt AT- Receipts, 171,900 bu. Spot, easy;
No. t red, $l.02'-4, elevator, and $l.'3'Si, f. o.
b., afloat; No. 2 hard winter, $1.08, f. o. b.,
afloat. I'nder heavy selling pressure, In
clined by weak cables and llnht money,
wh.at broke lV4c p.-r bu. today, rallying
tov. ard noon on covering of shorts. Final
prices were Mi-Vic net lower. Decern tier,
4l.03Mj1.04V elided at $1.04',,. May, $1.09),
ml K)',, closed at $1.10.
CORN-Recelpts. 75,273 bu. Spot, easy;
No. 2, ac. elevator, and 8',ic, f. o. b..
afloat; No. 2 white, 7,ic, f. o. b., afloat;
No. 2 yellow, tK'ic f. o. b., afloat. Tha
option market was lower, under d'sappolnt
Ing Liverpool cables, good weather, slack:
demand and with wheat 'tjc net lower. De-cemlM-r,
tWViitiBVic. closed at 6OW0. May
closed at 4o.
OATS Receipts, 63,600 bu. Spot, steady;
mixed, 26 to 32 lha., 62c; natural white, 28
to 32 lbs.. tvxer04'4c; mixed white, 32 to 40
HAY Quiet; good to choice, 8l.l0fil.1R.
HOPS Steady; stste, common to choice,
1!6 crop, otitic; I aclflc coast, 1907 crop,
Kil2c; K1O6 rop. 6U7c.
HlUES-Uulct; Bogota. 19019Mie; Ctntral
LFATH F R Steady ; acid. :6fr27Ue.
PROVISIONS Beef, steady; " family,
$14.5 tfi 15.10; mesa, $1) (KK110.50; beef liama,
(29.0O; packet. $11.6oi12.H); city extra India
mess. $ 2.(fi23.0i. Cut meats, steady;
flrkled bellies. $U.ti'fFl3.n0; pickled hams,
$10 Do-Jill.Oo. Lard, steady; western prime,
$Wi .95. nominal; refined, quiet; conti
nent, $9 35; South America, $10.25; compound,
87.754u4t.i8'. 1'ork. steady: family. $21)00;
short clear, 318.5(Wjn7.50: mess, tl.tV16.76.
TAL1)U' Barely steady; city 2 per
Ti g ). 6 918c; country (pkgs. free), SCV.
niCI- Quiet; domestic-, fair to extra,
' t.c; Japan, nominal.
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