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THE OMAHA' ST7XDAT BEE: SEPTEMBER 6, 1903.
UNTIL 1 P. M.
LA DOR DAY.
I'XTlli 1 P. M.
LA IKUl DAY.
The Fashionable Women of Omaha invariably look, to Brandeis
each seasenor the new and correct things to wear.
Women's Fall Suits and Dresses
are now shown in Brandeis immense Ready-to-wear Departments Second Floor.
So many stunning styles in Women's Suits were never
before produced by fashion designers as this fall. Bran
deis' showing of the really fashionable suits and dresses
is more complete this fall than ever. You will be charmed
with the smart, new effects.
Exclusive High Grade Tailored Suits
We especially mention the graceful new modified Direc
toire styles. There is an exclusive and a distinctive orig
inalty about these suits at Brandeis that stamp them as
the best of their kind. Our varieties are greater and we
have taken pains to give you something in style that you
you cannot una elsewhere. we mention specially
o our lines priced 39 49 59
Suits of Smart EI'kiic at MKlorate Prion -This showing will
firmly maintain Brandris leadership as style dictator of Omaha.
These suits are cloBe rivals of expensive Imported styles. No one
m but BrandelB could show rr Cfl gt ! tff f
8 ?8T.:?r..8o.,.lu.,r ..$22 $25, $29
Innovations for Fall 1908 New Satin Dresses
These dresses are about the newest things you'll find this fall
simple Princess effects, with occasionally a suggestion of the new
Dlrectolre tucked chiffon trimmings large self covered buttons-
close-fitting, slightly trained and demi-emplre back all street and
$25, $35, $39, $49
Special Sale of New Model Skirts at $10
At this special price Brandeis offers about 20 different
styles in the new gored and plaited effects, demi-sheath
and Directoire modifications in chiffon. Panamas, & f A
voiles and novelty worsteds, a special at
Brandeis Is Showing Absolutely New Styles In Tailored Waists
This is the day of the plain tailored shirt waist either in silk, net or linen. Nothing else
can be considered so thoroughly correct $50 $798 $7198 and $flf85
with tailored suits special, at... ; wl f up U I
Brandeis Beautiful New Fall Millinery
We invite the women of Omaha and vicinity to inspect the exquisite ascemblage of Fall Hats which
we have brought from New York and Paris. Brandeis' Millinery ia recqgnized all over the west for its
artistic beauty and Its absolutely correct style. This fall's styles are simply captivating. The large hats,
but radically different from last season in design, lead in favor.
BRANDEIS BOSTON STORE
In honor of the day the great Ben
nett Store will Close at 1 P. M.
The Usual Monday Sales up Until Closing Time
This department will have
some of the strongest Mon
day specials of the season.
No details today, but short, snappy facts. It will pay you
to come out Monday morning,
$2.00 and $2.50 English tweed fabric suitings
skirts and suits; very special, jard
52 inch; make ideal
$2.50 and $3.00 Broadcloths, street and pastel shades of factory ends,
to 10 yards; at, yard.v. 98
100 pieces fancy fall silks, In light and dark colors; many kinds for
waists and dresses, yard 30
27-inch chiffon taffetas, blnck only; heavy, lustrous silk, yard. . . . 69
a September Sale of Blankets
Buy Blankets now. It . surely pays. Prices almost a third less
than later. Our big purchases In anticipation of this September sale
were never so fortunate for you and for us.
riaid Blankets, all pure wool,
largest size, regular $5.50 to
$3.00 values, $.V48, B4.30
Finest $10.00 White Blankets,
very beautiful and light,
11-4 Cotton Blankets, tvorth $1.39,
100 pairs Gray Wool Blankets of
fine selected stock, handsome
Tan All Wool Blankets, with pink
and blue borders, worth $7.50,
Large size Cotton Blankets and
heavy, for 49
In the 2d Floor Garment Dept
Every item mentioned here cannot
style at these prices.
$8.00 Jackets, black or tan Covert,
$20.00 Voile and Taffeta Sklrtf,
stunning models, at. . .-. .$0.05
$7.50 Reefers, for girls, many
styles, al colors $3.05
be duplicated in quality or
SAMPLE sriTS A sale of newest
fall models; maker's sample line
at a third off, $25.00 to $30.00
$7.50 Silk Petticoats for.. $4.95
$7.50 Silk WaiBts for $4.05
Monday Morning Specials in Grocery
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Heavy Receipts and Shipments Take
Edge Off Grain Values.
PREDICTIONS FOR FUTURES MIXED
Receipts Are Dally Running Over Ea
tlmatea and It la Conceded that
Prlrea Mill tome to
- Loner Level.
OMAHA. Sept. 6, 1008.
Heavy receipts ami large exacted coun
try shipments take the edge off grain val
ues. Northwest markets came lower and
selling became, general and offering were
backward and slowly taken. Sentiment
run mixed aa to the future action of val
ue, but receipts ara running over the esti
mates dally and 11 Is conceded that If they
continue Isrge prices will hava to come to
a lower level.
Wheat proved a dull affair owing to the
short faturday session and the holiday to
come Monday. Bhort selling on the larger
northwestern receipts proved the real factor
for the decline.
Advices show a good demand all along
the line, and this nheuld auataln prices.
September wheat opened at 9ic and closed
Corn sold off moderately on reaHiing.
The weather continues Ideal throughout the
belt, and Die forecast la for continued fair
conditions. The weather la still the Im
portant factor with the. deferred futures.
September corn opened at 73c and closed at
Primary wheat receipts were S.Stf.niM) hu.
and shipments were 3.200.000 bu.. against
receipts last year of 4,549,0t'U bu. and ship
ments of 3.11S.000 bu.
Corn receipts were 2.767.0O0 bu. and ship
ments were S.tWOOO bu., against receipts
last year of 3,S6fc.0(O bu. and shipments of
Clearances were S2S bu of corn, none of
oats and wheat and flour equal to 307,000 bu.
Liverpool closed id higher on wheat and
HSd nigher on corn.
Local range of options:
Articles ! Open. Hlgh.j Low. Close ! Yea'dy
vJ K4 hI
8Hl i34 Kfe!
K 62 i! K4 -'
47", 47 J :H i
60S &J 60V, 6"-s
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. I hard. 9289Se; No. S hard,
80ytt-llc; No. 4 hard. SS'gis.-; No. 3 gyring,
COKN-No. 2. 73W7Sc : No. 3. TSi.lTTS'v:;
No. 4. 71'4i:V; No. 2 yellow. 74'ke; No. S
yellow, 7Vfl'7Sic; n0. $ white, 73Vfl78c.
OATS No. 3 white. 47V&1; No. 4
white, 47j48c; No. 4 white, 4:vfi 4TSC.
BYE No. 2. 7&&18V; No. 2, i74t7c.
Wheat Corn. Oats
Chicago 65 , 336 2o
Omaha 51 47 10b
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Keatarca of the Trading; and LloalasT
Prices of the Buard of Trade.
CHICAGO. Sept. 6. Selling for profits
tssumed liberal proptrttons In the wheat
market today owning to a heavy tnov
ment. both prtsenl and prospective In the
northwest. The market closed weak, with
prices off I-ii-Sc Com. oats and pro.
visions were alo weak.
Business in the wheat pit was of at
evening up character, as la usual preced
lng a holiday and holders beuig more
anxious to sell tli mi shorts went to buy
prices steadily declined all day. The chief
influence was the situation in the north
west. Receipts at Minneapolis and ' Dii
luth were enormous, . the total arrivals to-
umy aL the twe points txlng 7W cars.
against 447 the corresponding day a week
ago, and it waa predicted that ths receipts
at MlnneaDoiis neat Tuesoay would ag
grragate from S.0.4 to 2.4ft) care. Despite
an unusuaily urgent demand for cash
Vheat by millers in ths northwest and tne
i Jiaioa ut Hour which have hueu made
the pat few days, the exceptionally heavy
movement naturally could have no other
effect, it was claimed, than to weaken
wheat values. Loral exporters claimed
that any material decline In prices would
force liberal export sales, but only small
sales had been made during the day. Min
neapolis and Chicago cshIi wheat premiums
were unchanged and St. Louis waa He
lower. The market cloned weak and only
a trlfla ubove the lowest point of the day.
Clearances of wheat and flour were equal
to 37,oih bushels. Primary receipts. 1,405,000
bushels, compared with 659,000 bushels the
corresponding day a year ago. Minne
apolis, Duluth and Chicago reported re
ceipts of KM cars, against 502 last week.
and 3Wi a year ago.
corn waa draaired down sllahtlv hv the
weakness of wheat. The selling of Sep
tember was duo to the turnlnor out of
about ISO.OOrt bushels of contract corn from
elevators during the past t went v-four
hours. The market cloRed weak, with
prices HSVc lower. lxcal receipts were
436 cars with SO contract.
Oats were Weak on selllns- of Hnlpmh.r
and December deliveries by cash houses.
At the sample tables demand wn mthue
slack, and prices declined to lc. The
close waj weak, with nptra nft u.h&
.otal receipts were cars.
Provisions were dull ind earn. At i.
close prices were a shade higher ' to 7c
Estimated reneints fop TnesHuv ru D ,
40 tars; corn, id cars; oats, 221 cars; hoss
lor Monday, 2.V0U0 head.
Ihe leading futures ranged as follows:
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Killing Cattle of All Kinds Higher
for the Week.
Fhons your ordors If you cannot come before closing time, at 1 o'clock.
CHEB.RIES Thirty dozen larse cans Best We Have, Royal Anne CIr
White Cherries, worth 38c: at. can UtJV
Kennett's Capitol Flour, sack SI. 50 and R0 Oreen Stamps
(Granulated Surnr 19 Pounds for One Dollar
Hennett's olden Coffee, pound 860 and 30 Green Stamps ' B
Teas, asMorted, pound 48o and 40 Oreen Stamps jji
Pickling Spice, pound S5o and 10 Green Stamps B?
Bennett s Making Powder ao and 20 ureen Stamts H
B 2nc Grape Juice ISO Ginger Snaps, lb So
y Dr. Trice's Breakfast Food, two pkgs. for 15o
M New York' Cream Cheese, pound SOo and-10 Oreen Stamps
iia q a ' a:;,.a mmmmsm mmm mt tammm mim m .. w , sai' m a r
BAILEY (Si. MACH
1HIRD FLOOR PAXTON BLOCS
Corner lOtb aad Farnom Streets,
Best equipped Dental office in the middle west;
Htfhest grade Dentistry at Reasonable Prlcaa,
Porcelain filUnoa. Just like tna toott.
Hotel Savoy y stone of
Concrete, steel and marble. In heart
of city. 210 rooms, 135 baths. Eng
lish Grill. $i.00 up.
EARLY HOG TRADE FIVE HIGHER
I Open. I High. Low. Close. Yes'y.
UK I !Wi
i on,; 1 0O
10Hi 1 Olhk
7H &fi ttVnT
4WJi 4m 4974
f-o-Si nO i60V'nl4 60V
63V 621-1 62
14 U ffi 11 57VU U B7V.I 14 74
14 14 72W 14 6? 14 14 r
16 30 16 30 16 22Si 18 30 16 3aJ
66' fj9 66 -a 6S ftj 6RI
7 67Vu I
9 7V(1' 19 7v& I
9 7V4 72m
9 12HI9 1?
17 I 9 an
OTHi 9 07;
1ZH9 124 I
- I 151
8 4ZHI S 42
Sheep and Lambs Active Hellers All
Week, but Laiubs Are Twenty
Five to Fifty Lower Thau
SOUTH OMAHA, Sept. 6. 19.8.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday ri,KJ4 3,304 id.UW
Official Tuesday 8.194 8.8,3 Ul,73o
Official Wednesday 9,371 6,Oj2 i7,iii;
Official Thursday 1.737 3,77 20.6S3
Official iViday 1.M9 3.309 3
Estimate Saturday , :D0 4.00
Six days thia week. . . .?,!! M.fi St.1'74
Same days last week liA-i y).4 b5,4n4
Same days 3 weeks ago.. 4,5,5 S0,1L"7 isytl
Huma ilays 3 weeks ago. ,lo.4.iii 37.U1S 4:t,0 3
Same days 4 Weeks aga.. lti.l-34 bl.Wl 'S:, '.b
Same days last year a. 797 37,6 70.77
The followinK table shows the receipts ot
tattle, hogs and sheep at Suuth Omaha
for tha year to date, compared with last
year: I9jt,. im7. inc. IJ. o.
Cattle 601, 4t 750.160 14S.U7
Hons 1,i4ii,8C 1,776.293 70,5i9
bhtep 1,066,314 1,117,4U t.1.1-11
nia following taule shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons: .
Aug. M. .
64 5 Sbl 5 f 6 l 5 4S 7 10
6 37'4j o 771 1 6 6,1 6 l. i 311 7 S.
4041 6 77 ' 6 So 6 24: 6 -A " 2'J
6 46V.I t 70 i 6 80. 6 SO a Ki 7 27
6 46H( 6 68 6 b 83, C 32 a 33 7 18
I 6 71, 6 66! 6 71 6 27 7 2s
6 63 6 73; 6 78l '2 6 181 6 33
6 44 J 6 8& 6 63 0 13 6 23 7 33
6 5 Tl I 3 47 1 6 2i 5 21 7 U
6 63 I 5 66 S K6j 6 33, 6 30; 7 3,
6 57 I j b9 6 76 6 46 , D 42 7 3 !
6 6C3t 6 7aj 5 67 6 23 6 !.", 6 46 , 7 ,0
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Cat t If. Hogs. Sheep. H r s.
Cash quotations were as follows:
K LOCK Firm: wlnten patents. 14 HW
4 ; straights. 83.86'a l.Srt; spring patents
5.5vi5.76; straights, 4.0oi6.30; bakers. 12.70
WHEAT-No. spring. PKr.; No. I spring
94C1.05; No. red. Siftc.
CoKJS'-No. 2, 7W7Hc; No. S yellow, 7M.
OATS No. 2 white. 51c; No. I white
RVK No. 2. 7hWc.
MARLKY ttood feeding, Wi2r; fair to
choh-e malting, 63V66c.
SB EDS- Flax. No. 1 northwestern, tl.2P4.
Prime timothy. 13.40.
ritOVISlONS Short rlhs. sides (lo.eV
tx.K7vrt9.;'5. Miss pork, per bbl.. 4.6mrH4.66.
I-ard, per P lbs.. 19.674. Short clear sides
Following wera the receipts and shlo
ments of flour and grain:
Flour, bbls 25.500 4S.10ft
Wheat, bu lo'.eio 36.5K)
Corn, bu 23.( 267.701)
Oats, bu 3O4.3U0 263.7u
Rye. bu 3.1 t tJ
Barley, bu 124.30 27.700
On the I'rodure exchange today the but
ter market was steady; creameries, tVu1
22V; dairies. Yirac. Vg firm; at mark,
t'ks.s Included. hVtj'lTVr1"; firsts, 'Oc; prime
firsts, 21c. Cheese, steady; ll'gflSc.
Mtlwaakre Grata Market.
MILWAI KKE, Wis, Sept 5. WHEAT
No. 1 northern, fl.0Oil.lO; No. t northern,
Ki1.H7; December. 9TVc asked.
RYK-No. I, 7Ho.
WARLEY -Sample, HlfiflSijo.
CORN December, ?H97i,c bid.
Dalalk Urala Market.
Dt'Ll'TH. Minn.. Sept. B. WHEAT No.
1 hard. I1.037,; No. 1 northern, II.027,; No.
3 nortliern. H.fVi; Sep-ember. IW'.c; De
cember. iMc; Mav, $1.03,
OAT6 To arrive, 49c.
C.. M. & St. P
I'nion Pacific 13
C. i N..W. (eaK) r
C. & N. W. twest).. .. 20
C, St. P., M. Ar O.. .. 3
C, V. & Q. (east).... 1 3
C. H. Ai y. twest).... 8' C
C. R. I. & P. (east)., .. 3
Illinois Central 1
C U AV 1
T.fal rescripts 7
The disposition of the day's receipts
as follows, each buyer puicnasipg the num
ber of head Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Shuep.
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift and company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour & Co
Omaha P. Co., Denver.
CudHhy Pkg. Co., Ft W.
Cudahy Pros. Co
St. Uiuls Ind. Pkg. Co..
Totals SI 4,433 3.0 2
CATTLE Only a few scattering bunches
of cuttle were on sale ttils morning, there
not lielng enough of anything to make any
test of ti e maikei. It in am be said, how
ever, that tile feel.ng waa ah mt steady
with eMerday. For the week the receipts
hkve teen mil;e lilirial, showl' g a gain over
previous weeks of recent dale and being
about on a par with the receipts of the
corre spending week nf last year. The mar
ket as a whole has been in spiendid condi
tion as viewed from a seller's standpoint.
In spile or the fact that the arrivals on
most days hava been larga tne demand has
been sufficiently urgent to take everything
coming, with the result that the market
throughout the week, has been in a guad
Hardly enough corn-fed steers have been
received during tha week to make a real
test of the market on that kind, ths ar
rivals being limited to a load or two a
day. ei'll the few cattle of that kind ar
riving have met with very ready sale at
Mrong prices as compared with last week,
tcinge. beef rattle have been active selleis
mi practically every day throughout the
week, with prices quoted steady or strong
until at the close it Is safe to Bay lha.1 the
general market ia around 10ff)15c higher
than it waa at the dope of last week. The
way buyers have taken everything .coming
It has been very evident thai they have
had a place to put the cnttle and that may
he taken us tin explanation of the fart that
prices have advanced in the face of very
The market on cows and heifers also haa
been In very satisfactory condition through
out the wholo week. '1 ne demand has been
active, so that each day's arrivals have
liicl Kith quite ready s.tlu at prices allowing
more or les otretiRUi from day to day.
At the close of the week the market Is
;irouini loc higher thiui lasf week a close.
Tho strength shown has not been limited
to any one kind, strictly good cattle, aa
well as cunneis, being quoted higher.
tlood fleshy leedeis have been in active
demand throughout the week, selling freely
every day at good steady prices and at the
close of the week the market Is fullv
slealy with a Week ago. On the other
hand there has been a large supply of com
mon to medium grades of both stockeis
and feeders, which have been rather slow
sale every day, the country not appearing
to care tor that kind. Hence there has
been a tendency toward accumulation of
thai cla.a ol cattle in the hands of specu
lators, witli tne natural result that prices
have had a downward tendency. At the
clone of the week they are around 15f).'6o
lower than lust week and 25i4uc lower tnan
the high time two weeks ago.
Wuoiailons on cattle: unod to choice
corn-fed steers, 6.4o'u7.2u; lair to good
corn-fed steers, d.2c ti6.4; common to fair
corn-led steer. J4.OWi5.26; good to choice
range steers, R75f5.oO; fair to good range
aieris, $l.2i,4.75; common to fair range
steers. J3.oiKijf 4.2S; good to choice cows and
heifers, ft.t"'(j4.26; fair to good cows and
helfera. $3.0irtj3.60; common to fair cows
and heifers. I2.2."i3.00; good to choice
Blockers and feeders, 4 00?i4.6o; fair to good
Blockers and feeders. S3.40j4.iiO; common to
fair 'lockers and feeders, $2.;o&3.40; stock
H(X1S Hogs opened 5c higher this morn
ing and the trade was fairly active at tha
advance, so fnr as the good hogs were con
cerned at least. Later on, as advices from
other points were none too good, and as
later trains brought In quite a good manv
hogs, the market' eased off, the advance of
the morning being lost. The trade waa
very dull at the close and the feeling weak
and unsatisfactory as .compared with the
early market. The hogs sold very largely
at VJ.o.Voii.o"), as against I6.65li6.6n yester
day. The top hogs reached $6.75. which
was 5c higher than yesterday's top and the
highest price paid Ir. a long time.
lleceipta of hogs this week have been
sligiitly less than last week and consider
ably smaller than a year ago. The market
this week has fluctuated hack and forth,
the low point having been rearhed on
Thursday. The improvement In prices yes
terday and today lenves Ihe market about
lfc higher than at the close of last week
and al the high point of the year to date.
Ths Ladies' Foetwetvr
Recognized styles, makes and
footwear of the highest guaran
teed quality only find a place on
our shelves. ' We want to repeat
that we sell as we buy, on qual
ity, style, fit and with a guar
antee. Today we would mention
, Women's Shoet
Absolutely perfect in build; the
lasts are enigmas of style, every
pair adding style and grace to
the feet upon which they are
The medium shade. Rusalan
calf, with brown suede tops to
match, we are showing right
now. They ara the topplest,
daintiest fall shoes shown In
They sell themselves on sight.
We have vour size and a corps
of expert fitters to aspist you in
$4, $5, $5.50 and $6
No. Av Sh. Pr. No. A. Ph. Pr.
fi Ii m 6 4 l ,J1
M 7 :l 55 U 231 ... t M
: J U t .21 3d f a
fi lit 120 lii (s n to
H 23 .. M (J) 2.' l it!-,
CT 2.(0 40 6S f.l n id.,
7 iM W tio 4 1 243 ... i
m tn 'i 65 :.s 2i si !;'
3 no to 4 65 CO i' 2t" .i
16" ii M 21 ... M
! 3 4 4 On '.2 2 '1 4'l S
C! ?! 121 68 n IH I fc
to iit VI t Si 44 ! 12't IK
H 210 li S oo 7" 22 4'i !i
i 210 . . 4 Si I', 270 1H 43
.1 2l txt I SS 7." in l 4
II HI . . t 67"4 If '.35 fi lii
f 2-.S 2.l . 57-, M M Itii f f.S
75 220 21 SITl, 11 ...... 217 l f 40
B IM 120 ( in, 70 Sit ISO f i
17 247 120 4 6 iH ... 4 HT't
74 2lw . . . f ) 7 2 'J 41 4 7',
71 2 4 Jll ,7 214 M t(V
2: i" 4 4,1 4 J : 1 1"
24 SO St 201 ... $ 124j
' n 10 4 to 64 :.'l 40 It
7 Jb7 f(.l 4 40 u 2)1.1 ... 4 74
IDrexel Shoe Co.
1410 FARXAM STREET.
at 1 P. M.
TH RELIABLI STORK
at 1 P. IL
Great Clothing Sale Continues
So tremendous was the Fueoess
of Saturday's sale that we have
decided to keep the ball rolling,
and in order to do so, have added
to the splendid stock still remain
ing from the Railroad Co. pur
chase Over 750 Medium
Weight Suits from our
regular stock. Think
of buying Hart, Sciaff
ner & Marx Hand
$15.00 SUITS q
$25.00 SUIT3Q tl
Sale will continue till every suit has been sold not one of them
will be carried over. All suits are newest styles and in perfect
condition. Those who have worn the Hart, Schaffner & Marx
clothing recognize it as superior to any other in style, quality and
general all round satisfaction.
Boys' and Children's School Suits
We're determined to do the children's clothing business of'
Omaha, and are after it with the greatest line of Boys' and Chil
dren's suit values we believe was ever shown in Omaha or the
A PAIR OF ROLLER SKATES FREE with each Boys' Suit sold;
See our special sale offerings at $2.75 $3.95 $4.95,
They're Specials, but the Skates go just the same.
Some Whirlwind Bargains Monday Morning
10c EMBROIDERIES at 2y2c
A grand line of Swiss Nainsook
and -Cambric Embroideries and
Insertings. worth up to 10c yard,
at per yard .2V2C
20c EMBROIDERIES at 5c
A new line of Matched Sets, and
6 yard strips of Cambric, Nain
sook and Swiss Embroideries,
Galloons and Insertings, worth
up to 20c yard, choice ..... .50
75c EMBROIDERIES AT 25c The greatest snap of the season,
Skirt Flouncings and Corset Cover Embroideries, worth up to
75c yard, at per yard .25c
You can't afford lo miss these wonderful Monday Bargains. ,
75c and $1.00 Silks at 39c and 49c
A big purchase of over 25,000 yards of new Fall Silks, at a tre
mendous bargain, handsome novelties and newest weaves and col
orings, color Satin de Chines and Messalines, Taffetas in colors
and black, black Peau de Soie and Satin Duchess, color Peau de
Cvgne and Radium, Lace Cheno, stripes, AQn 0nrf OQf
plaids and checks, worth to $1 yard, at WW U QQj
Attend Our Famous Time Sales
FROM 9:00 TO 10:00 A. M. 1
ease of Hills, 10 yard limit, at
per yard 5
IFROM 10:30 TO 11:00 A. M. 1
case of Fruit of the Loom, 10
yards limit, at yard Gc
FROM 11:00 A. M. TO 12:00 M.
1 case of Lonsdale, 10 yards
limit, at per yard 5C
FROM 12:00 M. TO 1:00 P. M.
1 case of Shaker Flannel, worth
6'i:c, 10 yards limit, yard 3V
15-MINUTE SALE on Towels, Napkins, Table Cloths, etc., which
will be announced on the floor.
Big Sale of Men's Shirts Continues
k. 6HKKf--Tnere wrrv n3 ?re! receipts of
slipep today, ths markt b'lng pwtlrally
bare of supplies as usual on the last day
of the w"'lc. Tl9 total for tha week foots
up HB.2T4 hesd, the Isrtrest run of the year
to date, and larger than a year ago by
a,' head or more.
Notwithstanding tha very lsr receipts,
the market lias been In a uod, healthy
condition throughout Ihe whole week.
There Iihm been a ufi'lc;4rnt demand to
take care of everything coming, bo that
each day's arrival have Bold readily, ami,
as a rule, been cleaned up before the clnu
of the day. In fact, about the only thing
that has been carried over here or. an
day has been the odds and ends, which
buyers and sellers could nut get at In tlm
to clean up before the close of the mar
ket. Large receipts, both here and at other
Belling points as wetl, h;i Kiven values a
downward tendency everywhere, with the
result that at the clone of the week the
market here on sheep i generally quoted
r.round 23ec lower on the general rur. of
muff, with occasional Bales xhowing a lit
tle more lone than thaj. p.sslbly an much
as 4i per cent. On tl other hand, sure
sales the latter part of the week cojid
be pointed out that would not look much
over 15c lower.
Feeder lambs Buffered the most decline,
the general run nf them selling around
lower at the close of the week owing to
tiie fact that a very considerable propor
tion of all the receipts conslaiud of that
kind of stuff. Kat lai;iba declined 2Va4i'.
as a general thing, with occasional sales
as much as 4ofiJ0c lower than lust week.
Pn.Bpecme feeders of sheep and Unilii
.will note that the market Is now very m-n-h
I iwer than it wus one year ago. Thus, dur
ing the month of September lt year,
feeder huvers paid as lupii .:' IT. 15 for full
loadB of lambs; as high as 6' for yearl n.i
and ".) for ewes. This week yrelty g d
feeding lambs have sold at tn.( tuid
earlings at $4.M. there being s differen.-.?
of :' in the top a!es as between this
j ear and li't
yum aliens n isnge or grass sheep and
lambs: O.Mid to c. oice lambs. d.3i'iiV;
fair ta good lambs. $.". 'dS.i.6; feeding lambs,
J4.5t"''a5.i'. g'x.d In cbol-e I gl t yesrlincs,
t4.15fci.3S- good to choice heavy ycarlinaa,
H9O'u4.10; feeding yearlings. 4.1o.
good to choice wethers. 3.6o'u 4 So; fair lo
good wethers. H 4(o J. 60: feeding wethers,
jJ.4tc6S.65; good to choice ewes. IS Sila J.So;
fair la good ewes. 3 nufij 36; feeding ewes,
JJ.26fcJ.lu. culls and bucks. ll.otVu-. j0-,
Toledo Sped Market.
TOLKTX), Bept I SEKI Clover, prim,
ISK. 4ctober. 15 Su; rHjcemhej-,
March, S57, Alsika prime, R.uu.
Several new lots '-added for Monday Morning selling;
stvles and patterns even better values than those
offered Saturday garments that would sell to
$2.00, choice, at. . . . u
TRY HAY DEN'S FIRST
Wa ofisr su-3.-c. to sal 60 saares of
Union Stock Tards, Omaha, at B0 In
blocks of fiT or mora.
W. Farnam Smith & Ge.
TsL Doug. 1064
We will sell subject to confirmation:
10 Albaugil liover (pays flfrt 8.00
I Krivliin Rroj.' Homi iDavs 7"7l.. iaOrt.Ort
350 Ii'olores tpays U'rl $'-25
8000 Ktna Zlnk it
t9 German American Coffsa ipays i0X
2000 (ialena Bay $1.1
900 Hulihnrd Klllott $1.35
2500 Indiana Minlntr (Ore) $ 3T
750 l.a Republics $3.75
Rim Mines o. or America rs" z r
50 N. W. Portland I'erru'nt inuin i (pays)
7 I 'J8.60
3500 Octave Mining (Arlsonal .. $ .4H
;0'I0 lenn. Wyoming $ .40
750 Portland i..ld Mining iras 18! $110
u Kanltol Chemical $11.60
420 Trl-Bullion I'reffered $4 00
Let us five you money on yo.sr buying
and selling orders. Correspondence so
licited. THE BLUE-F1SK& CO.
g 07 C. K. 2Tatloaal Bid?., CsHar Rapids, la.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.
I nvestment Securities.
1320 Farnam St.
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NEW FAIL SHOES
Strikes Popular Demand.
quality and indlvldusl styles
meet the demand and rleases
elect Tour Vow at tha
Walk -Over Shoe Store
. S14 BOUT 15TB BTaVZET
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