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    TITK BEE. OMAHA. THOSHAV. .TANTARY 12. 1011.
10
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET i
Severe Weather nd Lack of Moisture
Boost Wheat.
CORN MOVES UPWARD. TOO
Aracntlna rm Principal "nil f'"r
lor Hi port flnalneaa Becomes
Horr AMhr n RrH !
at Ikr Opening.
futures, unlet; Man li. Ts M: Mm, 7s 2'a.
COHN-Kimt. ftalv ; Amn lrtn mixed,
new. 4s 61,I ; American mixed, old. 5s I1.1,
futures, quiet: Januarv. 4s 8"ad ; February .
4s 4d; Msreh. 4s
F.W YORK C.KNF.R Al. MARK KT
Qaotattnna
a
OMAHA.
strong and
with
hull
active
Jan. 11. 191".
Wheat opened strong end higher on se
vere westher and 1h k r mnieiure .
winter wheat belt where damans n a'
rlv been reported. Cash demand Is
proving and receipts are light. Holders are
firm and forcing shorts to rover.
1 tie advatv-e In inrn waa "harp
alient Argentina news la the nuiln
factor and export bualneca la more
it ' i ordlnfclv.
V heal started higher at good d
nrne on good support by leading holders
Nevis continues to favor the bulls snd
Sf.uthwest msrkct, where complaints are
tn.uo numerous. Cash wheat shows best
KSiii Local cash values were Vi higher.
Corn was strong throughout the session
111 sympathy with wheat. Some of the
early advance i lost owing to profit
tsklng sales, hut the undertone continues
firm. Cash prices were higher snd offer
ings were readily taken at i" advance.
I'rimary wheat receipts were SKD.toi bush
els and shipments were IM.i bushels,
against receipt Uet year of fiot.nOO bushels
and ehlpments of 31I.IXO bushels.
I'rlniarv com receipt were 742.fl"0 bushels
and shipments were fills) bushels, against
receipts last year of 7X5.000 bushels and
shipment i of "xs.OtO bushels.
I'leaiem-ee were W.oi bushels of corn,
mine of oats and wheat and flour equal
to 41 .oft bushels.
Liverpool closed unchanged to id higher
on wheat and l,d higher on corn.
The full., win cash sales were reported:
V HKAT-No. 2 bard, 7 cars. 96V,r; 3 cars,
.''c; 2 cars. 9Sc; No. 3 hard. 1 car, 9lo;
No. It Turkey, 1 car, 96c; 1 car, nc.
I'ORX-No. 8 white, t car. 42r; No. 3 yel
low, 1 car. 43c; 7 cars. ilr; 1 car. 4IV,c;
No. 3 mixed, 9 cars. 41c; No. 4 mixed, 2
cars. 41c.
OATH -No 3 white. 2 cars. 31o; 2 cars,
31c; No, 4 white, 1 car, 31c; 1 car. V;
No. 3 jelluw. 1 car. 3oc; No. 4 yellow,
tbnrley mixed), 8Vc; no grade, 1 car, 29c.
Oninba 4 nsn I'lrfs.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 9fVfti VjC ; No. S
hard, !'Sfi37c; No 4 hard, Mi'oO.lc; rejected
hard. tur. No. 2 spring, WjcSitl.oi; No. 3
spring. H2i7c.
CoKN-No 2 white, 41H.(&42,.c: No. 3
-.white. 41M,S42c: No. 4 white. 41irn41'4jc; No-
yellow. 41442'c: No. 8 yellow. 4l'tt?c;
No. 4 yellow, 4l'i41V!rc; No. 2, 411,ii4lic;
No. 8, 4iru41Vc; No. 4, 40ViTV41c; no grade,
37qXto.
OATS No. 2 white, 31V6 31ic: standard.
3l:nta?; No. 3 white, atw,i87U'..o: No 4
whltw, 30'.'cf31e: No. 3 yellow, ivVMic;
No. 4 yellow. 30i30ic.
PARLEY No. 3, 2rS7c; No. 4. 77tfj82c;
No. 1 feed, 62JJ71c; rejected, 67'g'62c
HYE No, 2, 7(HiruT9Vie; No. 3. 77Wtt'.
Carlot Receipts.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 26 199 138
Minneapolis 166
Umaha 84 29 10
Duluth 39
of the Pay
ommodltles.
NEW YORK. .Tsn. 11 -Fl-OUR-FIrm:
spring patents, t"'.2"') 7i 50; winter "tralghts.
l4.2T.f74 ,W. wlnte.- patents. 84 4f.'a4 SR; spring
clears. 4 t--i4 40; winter extrRS. $J 4nftj 3 '0:
winter extrss. No 2. V. Ui'd "n: Kansas
strntghts. 14 fiott i.7n. Hv flour. ciult.
! fair to good. 84 ya V,; choice to fnncy. 84 4
U4 4Ti. Iluckwheat flour, dull. 82.25 per
HO pounds
4 't)llXMKAI Steady : fine white and yel
low. 81.20ii 1.25: coarse! fl.l.Vn !.; kiln-dried.
82K-.
WIIKAT-Sfot market, firm; No. 2 red.
8101V,. elevator, and II. 01. f o. b. afloat;
No 1 northern Iuiluth, 81 .ifi'i. t o. h..
afloat; futures market was moderately
active and prices were firmer on fesrs of
ciop damage bv cold weather and reports
of n bcttes export demand. There was
profit inking at times, but the market
closed fi1'c higher- close, 81 0W .lulv,
31 "3Va! IM'. closed 31.o4'; receipts. 1.200 bu.
t'OHN-Spnt market, steady; new No. 2.
K'fcc. nominal, f o. b.. afloat; futures mar
ket was without transactions, closing 'c
net higher; May closed. M'vc; receipts. 136.
lli bu.; shipments. 147.R77 bu.
OATS spot market, steady; futures mar
ket was firmer on small offerings and Cov
ering, cloning at 'so net advance; May, 40
fa4c. closed 4f,c; July closed, 40'',c; re
ceipts, 1I7.42S bu.
HAY Film; prime. $1.10; No. t
1.07,; No. 2. 9fic'p81 00; No. 3. fc.
IOFS-Finn: common to chclce
2Wi2r.c; Mi, IWjl'jc; Pacific coast,
lvo ,-: 12yi6c.
IMOKS- Inill; fentral America.
Kngnta. 22 it 2.1c.
I.KATHKH Firm: hemlock firsts
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS ISSS;
Omh SI
Oniahs
Market Dull and Undertone Heavy
1U11U XlLbllC Aa J .
FLUCTUATIONS MUCH LIMITED
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Itenewesl Demand for Time l.naaa
oatlnnea. . wltk Fairly I arae Of
ferlaas Mo. emeat In "tccl
Maeh Narrower.
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s,.uih.rn lill. T. T ,
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OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
stark Market.
II American securities
81 .0T.fr
1910,
1910,
21c;
2,.'c; seconds, 21'V"23c; thirds, iy(?20c; re
jects. IS'iilTc.
PROVISIONH Pork, steady; mess, 822.00
ten vi- famllv. 123 .taati 'J4 1; short clears.
320flif?22 00. Peef. steadv; mess. SlS.Oif
14 Oil family, f lf).0ntf 18.M); beef hams, V&.imt
27 &0. fut meats, steadv; pickled bellies. 10
to 14 lbs.. 1I3.2.V(14 HO; pickled bams, 813 00.
Lard, steady; middle west, prime, f(0.R5f
loo;,; refined, steady; continent. $11. 4o;
8outh America. 311.75: compound. SS.'.'aOO.
TAI,I,oW unlet; prime city, hhds., Vic;
country. 7'n''o7c.
BI TTER Easy ; creamery specials. 28c;
Imitation creamery, firsts, 21fi22c; factory,
held, 21'&2mc.
FUGS Irregular; western gathered,
white, 3237c; fresh gathered, aelected ex
tras, per doxen. 3&3Mc; fresh gathered, ex
tra firsts, 32'u.lV; fresh gatliered, firsts,
31c; fresh gathered, seconds, 30c,
t'll KIOSK Steady ; whole milk, September
quality, specials.. bginc.
Hl'TTKH -Kasler; creamery, firsts to
thirds, 21 V 26c; creamery, specials to thirds,
2itc: piwess spec in Is to seconds, V$
v;tVjc; factory current make, firsts and seo
ondn, 19fri3o,
FOl'LTKr Alive, firm; chickens. by,9
IKo; fowls. Ifi'yft17c. 1'ressed, firm; west
ern chickens, 1hulM4c; fowls, western, 14V4
ifel'ic; turkeys, western, lfkj24MiC.
XKW TOMK. Jan. 11. -The stork market
today was dull and the undertone was
heavy. Trading was largely at a standstill.
The professional element showed a disposi
tion to take the short side, but support
was offered on slight concessions snd
fluctuations weie confined for the most
part to nsrrow limits.
The proposed Increase of $n0.nfti.fi0 In the
capitalisation of the Pennsylvania railroad
announced late In the day was Interpreted
as a bearish argument. The railway list
showed a pronounced downward tendency.
New York Central and Pennsylvania sus
taining the largest losse...
Amalgamated Copper was affected by the
unsatisfactory condition of the raw copper
market and a further sharp break In the
price of copper futures was reported from
abroad.
The movement In Vnlted States Steel was
much narrower than usual, quotations
being confined to within half a point above
or below yesterday's close. Talk of dis
rupted pools accompanied the selling move
ment In American Beet Sugar and Centra!
leather stocks. The announcement of a
further curtailment of production by the
Central 1eather company was used effect
ively in hammering that stock, the pre
ferred yielding three points to par.
The renewed demand for time loans con
tinued today with fairly large offerings.
There was practically no change In the
rate for calls money, which was In slight
reoueat.
The foreign exchange marked showed fur
ther heaviness, rates ruling 16 points below
yesterday's closing level.
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par
value, 83.079.000.
Cnited States bonds were unchanged on
call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on Mocks were as follows.
Sains. Hlh. Low. Cloas.
London
LONDON. Jan
opened steady and advanced. but later
eased somewhat At noon the market was
steady with prices unchanged to c higher
than yesterday .Sew York closing.
losing ouotatlotix on Mocks were
. 7' Louisville N.
;'. M , K. T
. 14 a N V central..
. 1;, Norfolk at W...
I" S 1I0 M . .
.licv. Ontario A W
.!''.! Pennsylvania
Hand Mlnra
. Koarllns
. Sri. Kallsajr
r.'l tlo pM
. So rartfle
. . t nlon Pacific
. .'!' do plil
. i'S I', ft. Steel
. 47' do pM
. s vYahtah
. no pfd
.1-4 Spanlah 4a
strady. at 25,'i-Kkl pe
per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
1 for short bills is Kifc'ti:!1 per cent; for three
months bills. 3 per cent.
Boston Mining; tfvsks.
BOSTON. Jan. 11 Closing quotations on
stocks were as follows:
Consola. money
do acionnt
Anial copper
Anaromla
Anhlaon
do pfd
flaltlmore ,4: iilito.
Canadian Pacific .
Ch". Ohio
I'lllrsgn H. W
C, M. St. P
lie Beera
Denver at R. O
do pfd
Brie
do 1st pfd
do M pfd
Grand Trunk
Illinois cenlral
HI L V KU Bar,
JIONBY- 2SW:i
.. 14
... Ui
...114w
...1"44
...
... 4?S
... KS
...
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... 1714
... M
...11
...IT"',
... f.'
... 7V
...1IIW
... 11a
... 3.
... tn
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WEATHER ISf Til R GRAIN BELT
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Featares of the Trading and Cloalnaj
Prleea on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Jan. 11. Wheat today closed
at practically the highest point reached on
thu present upturn. Buying for houses sup
posed to represent leadlnK longs was re
sponsible. A cold wave of much Intensity
prevails northwest and tended to arouse
fear for the winter crop, latest prleea
ahowed a nt gain of Ho to lc. The day's
trading made corn c. to fcc dearer; oats,
140, and provisions, 6c to 22Vc.
Decided strength developed In wheat
from the outset. Itains and snow predicted
for the southwest had proved inconsequen
tial. Russia and Argentina were holding
cargoes at firmer figures, and there was
a substantial decreaae of stocks in Minne
apolis. Official announcement that no
extreme cold was probable In states where
there are fall-sown fields caused some re
action temporarily. Primary receipts, how
ever, were reported as leva than half those
of a year ago; export sales of 150,000 bush
els were verified. , and there were rumors
of much more wheat having been headed
for Kurope. Throughout the last hour of
the session the movement of prices was
steadily upward, and the close was firm
within 'v of the top. May ranged from
81 01 V"l.oi't to 81.023. with last sales at
81 02141s 1.025,.
With Argentine news again bad, as to the
rrop options, corn held strong despite heavy
hedging. May fluctuated from 604c to fjOa,
and closed Sic up at 6WftoV. Cash corn
was steady; No. 1 yellow, finished at 47'i
414NO.
Local speculative purchases proved the
controlling factor in oata. May sold firm
from 84T4C to So'hC closing firm at 3.VVS1
K4c. a net gain of c.
Packers bought provisions and thus over
came tho effect of a decline In hogs. In
the end pork was 60 to 22o higher than
last night; lard up 6W7Ve to 7VtS'10c, and
ribs. 10o to 12M,o.
Prices In Chicago, furnished by the Up
dike (train company, 708 Brandeia building,
Omaha, telephone Douglas 2473:
Zero Temperatore Sweeps to South
ward aa Par as Nebraska.
OMAHA. Jan. 11. 1911.
A cold wav swept down over the Mls-
aourl and upper Mississippi valleys during
the night, and zero weather reached south
over eastern Nebraska and western Iowa.
The weather Is very cold up the valleys
and throughout the northwest, ranging
from 20 to 30 below aero In the Dakotas
and Montana, and from 30 to 40 below In
the western Canadian provinces. The low
est temperature recorded at Omaha this
morning was zero at 8 o'clock, the fail
continuing steadily up to that hour. The
area of high pressure that accompanied
the cold wave still overlies the upper val
leys, and will cause a continuance of the
cold weather In this vicinity tonight and
Thursday. The. weather is unsettled In the
mountains, and snows were falling this
morning In western Nebraska, southern
Wyoming and northern Colorado, and will
probahly fall In this vicinity tonight and
Thursday.
1811. 1910. 1909. 190S.
Lowest last night 2 10 4 22
Precipitation 00 .01 .otj .00
Normal temperature for today, 20 de
grees. Deficiency In precipitation since March 1.
14 72 Inches.
Excess corresponding period 1910, 5.12
Inches.
Deficiency corresponding period 1909. 8.71
inches. L. A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster.
Articles ! Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Yes y
Wheat- r I I j j
May... I 01',,S 1 02V1 0m4!l 02H 1 01 V
July... 9UD7 7H f OTViSoVa1
Kept... toVfc 96 86V1I 85W
Corn I
May... Mn B0 MISOttili'VMVg'--.
July... SlH'Ui;51H4iS61&fm 61Vfc 611,
Sept... 62ia62Vt &2 61 (2J 61
Oata- I I I I I
May... I 86 !S61F4 36elttV&,S4V5j35
July... 84Tfl:3f"c(afc1 84 8ⅈl.V31Mr-a
Sept... S4 844 M1 34 84 V
Pork
Jan.... 2020 2020 2020 2020 20 10
May... 102 19 27 18 08 19 30 19 07
Lard -
Jan....10 67 10 (7 10 66 10 85 10 60
May.. .110 10-16 10 25 10 10 10 22 10 17
RlbS-
Jan.... 10 70 10 86 10 70 10 82 10 72
May... 10 00-02 10 11 10 00 10 16 10 02
I St. tools General Market.
ST. LOTTI8, Jan. 11 WHEAT Futures,
higher; May, 8102(81.02; July, W4Vr9o4n.
Cash: Pull; track, No. 2 reL 8106; No. 2
hard. Sc(& 8104.
CORN Finn; May. 9c; .Tulv. 60V(c.
Cash: Steady: track. No. 8, 46i&46c: No.
2 white, 47(Tt474o.
OATS Firm; May, S44c. Cash: Weak;
track. No. 2. 3Se; No. t white, S3H?34o.
RYE Unchanged.
FI.OUR Steady; red winter patents. 84.70
(&6.10; extra fancy and straight, 84 1034. W;
hard winter clears, 81fiofi l00.
Sh;KI Timothy. 85.0(19.60.
BRAN Firm; sacked east
1.07
HAY Steady; timothy,
prairie. 812 .SOU 14 00.
provisions Pork, higher; lobbimr,
82025; lard, higher; prime steam, 810.4Og:
10.50; dry salt meats, unchanged; boxed ex
tra shorts. 811. 13H; clear riba. 811.12V,; short
clears. 811.26: bacon, unchanged: boxed ex
tra ahorts. 812 37H; clear ribs, 812.37H; short
clears. 812.SO.
POULTRY-Weak; chickens, 12c; springs,
13c; turkevs, 17c; ducks. 14c; geese. ral2c.
BITTTER Steady ; creamery, 25fi29c.
KGGS Steady at 27Hc
... Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbl 5 4110 7 nno
Wheat, bu 46.000 49 000
Corn, bu tw.000 53 000
Oats, bu. 66,000 61,000
track, ll.OfWt
817.00fJ19.5O;
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Firm; winter patents, 84.20ifM.76:
straights. W.TMM 60; spring straights. 84.0xtf
1.70; bakara, 83.46tf5.00; spring patents, held
at 8i 66 for beat.
RYE-No. 2. 81c.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 8o4f76c; fair
o choice malting K94)9uc.
SEKDS Flax. No 1 southwestern, 8244;
No. 1 northwestern, 82.67; timothy, 810.00;
clover. 816.00.
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl., SSO.t
So 26; lard, per loo lbs., 810.6Td;; short ribs.
idea (loose). 810 in Vd 10.75; short clear sides
(boxed), 810 7frull tO.
Total clearances of wheat and flour were
'H'al to 41,000 bu. Primary receipts were
M",uu) bu.. compared with 654,0u0 bu. the
corresponding day a year ago. Estimated
receipts f or tomorrow : Wheat, 13 cars; corn,
jftv4 cars; oata. 110 car; hogs, 2,000 head.
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red.
POVaOiotl 00',; No. 3 red. WatjWi:; No. 2
hard. V"U81.01; No. 3. hard, 97cfll.OO:
No. 1 northern spring. Il.Cl lut,; No. !
northern spring. 31.iigl.09H: No. 8 spring.
Sl.O&tf 1.0k. Com: No. 2 cash. 47V; No. 3
cash. 46414&V: No- 8 white, 47Vi-4c
No. 3 white. 4.t.ij4lc; No. 2 yellow, 47ri
4a-; No. 8 yellow. 4titi4hc. Oata: No. 2
cash. llfHc : No. 2 white, 834Q34k,c: No.
8 white, aS'ijKac; No. 4 white, SJV&J3o;
atandard. MVaaWo.
BUTTER Steady; creameries, 21i&2Sc;
dairies. 21t)23c.
KCK1S Steady; receipts. 6,211 rases;' at
mark, cases Included.. b'SSc; firsts, 29c;
prime firsts. 31c.
CH EF.SE Steady; daisies, 16V?t6c;
twins. UStl8c; young Americas, 16Vloc;
long horns. 169 lde.
POTATOEA-Steadv: choice to fancy,
4ih : fair to good, 4U42o.
POl"LTRY Heavy; turkeys, dressed. 22c;
chickens, live, dressed, lie, springs.
jive. 1 ; areaaea, lac.
VKALSteady; 60 to 60-lh. wts., St; go
to 85 lb. ata , l.o; t to 110-lb. wts., 11 Sc.
Chicago Receipts Wheat. 2 cars; corn,
cars: oats. liO cars. Eatimated tomor
row: Wheat, 13 cars; corn, 2U4 cars; oata,
119 cars.
Milwaukee tirala Market.
MILWAUKEE. Jan. 11. WHEAT No 1
liorthern 81U"1 ll'i; No. 2 northern, 81 O'U
l w: May, l.u2S aaked
BARLEY Hamplea, 92'3-95,-io.
FIJL'R Firm.
Kansas ( ItT Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Jan. ll-WHEAT-May.
HWSc: July, Wuc. Cash, un
changed; No. I hard. 9fi'4ci31.02; No. S
94crn81.0O; No. 3 red, 31.064; No. 3 red, 8103
Tl 04
CORN May. 4Mc: July, 49V4Mf,c- Cash,
unchanged; No. 2 mixed, Uhic; No. 3 mixed
44Hc; No. 2 white, 46c; No. 3 white. 4414a
H'iC.
OATS Unchanged: No. 2 white. S2H
33: No. 1 mixed. SlMc.
RYE No. 2. 7Wi 77c.
H AY Unchanged: choice timothy, 814 00
14.60: choice prairie, 312 60.
BUTTER Creamery, 2fe; firsts. 26c; sec
onds. 23c: packing, lie.
EOGS Extras, Sue; f!t-t 2fc; second, 19Ho.
Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu 61 fV 25.000
Corn, bu 29.0x1 4t"..0O0
Oata, bu. '. 9.000 12,000
Allia-chalmera pfd .
Amalsamated Copper
American Asrlcultural ....
Am. Beet Hnar
American Can
American C a K
American Cotton Oll
American H. Jj. pfd....
Am. Ica Securities
American Ltnaead
American LKlcnrnotIvs .....
Amsrlcan S. Sr R
Am. B A R. pfd
Am. Bteel Foundries
Am. Sugar Refining
American T. A T
American Tobacco pfd
American Woolen
Anaconda Mining Oo
Atchison
Alchlaon pfd
Atlantic Coast Una
Baltimore & Ohio
Ilathlehem Steel
P-rooklvn Rapid Tr
Canadian Pacific
Central I.eafe4ter
Central Leather pfd
Central of New Jersey....
rnieaapeake A: Ohio
Chicago & Alton
Chicago O. W., new
C. O. W. pfj
Chicago & N. W
C, M. A St. P
f.., C, C. A 8t. L
Colorado F. I
Colorado A Southern
ConaolldHted Oaa
Corp Prodticta
Delaware A Hudaon
Denver A Rio Grande
D. A R. O. pfd
DlatlllarV Securities
Brie
Erie 1st pfd
Krle d pfd
Oenerai Klectrlc
Great Northern pfd
Great Northern Ora clfs. ...
llllnola Central ...,-rr.
Interborough Met
Int. Met. pfd
International Harvester ...
International Marina pfd..
International Paper
Inteanstlonal Pump
Iowa Central
Kansas City Bo...
K. C. 80. pfd
iAcleda Oaa
Louisville A N
Minn. A St. Louis
M , St. P. A B. g. M
M.. K. A T
M . K. A T. pfd
Missouri Pacltlo
National Biscuit
National Lead
N. R. R. of M. Id pfd....
New York Central
N. T-. O. A W
Norfolk A Western
North American
Northern Pacific
Pacific. Mall
Pannaylvanla
People's Oas
P.. C. C. A St. L
Plttaburg Coal
Preased ft'eel Car
Pullman Palaca Car
Hallway Steal Spring
Reading
Republic Steel
Republic Steel pfd
Rock Iilsnd Oo
Rock Island Co. pfd
fit. U A 8. F. M pfd
St. Louie 8. W
St. L. R. W. pfd
Sloae-Rhefrtald 8. A I....
Southern Pectftc
Southern Hallway
Southern Railway pfd
Tenneaaee Copper
Texaa A Pacific
T., St. U A W
T-, St. L. A W. pfd ,
I'nlon Pacific
t nlon Pacific pfd
United States Realty
t'nlted Slates Rubber
t'nlted States Steel
IT. S. Steel pfd
Vtah Copper
Va. -Carolina Chemical ...
Wsbaah
W a bath pfd
Western Maryland ,
Weatinghouae Electric ....
Western I'nlon
Wheeling A L. B
Lehigh Valley
U.ano KP4 K24
S.ono
200
eon
1.4' st
loo
" 7f)
joo
6.100
S'm
2o
8"0
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102V,
61
bb
2'1
i
84
7S4
104
44S
1144
141 H
au,
M
3D a,
10J
102,
Allouei
Amsl. Copper ..
A. E. I.. A 3...
Atlantic
P. C. C. A S
Butte Coalition
Cal. A Arisona.
Caf. A Hecla...
Ontennlal
Vper Range 1'.
K.asl Butle C. M..
Franklin
tjlroua Con
Crsnby Con
Greene tnanea
Isle Rnyate CVjpper
Kerr like
Lake 1 'opper
14 Ralle Copper...
Miami Copper
Hid.
... .". Mohawk
. . . Nevada I 'on
... -4Lj Ntpls.ing Minea ..
... 4 North Butte
M. ll'i North l-aka
... 1 'old Iomlnlon ...
... 4H 1 hernia
...5hl PMrrott S. A C...
... I'! Qulncy
. 4" Shannon
... 11 W Superior
... Superior A B. M...
... S Superior A P. C...
... J7 Tamarack
lAa V. 8. 8. R. A M.
14', do pfd
S t tsh 'on
V-1 t'tsh IVpper Co...
4 Winona
1 Wolvsrlne
. 4:,
. 1'4
. I"
. .
. M
.11"
. HH
Receipts of Cattle Are Light and
Prices Open Higher.
HOG VALUES ARE AGAIN LOWER
Demand from 4.11 Qaartera la slack
and There Is l ittle ItolnaT at tke
Ilrnp l.amha Krt Qaateel
lllaher.
SiHTlI OMAHA. Jan. 11. 1911.
Receipts viete: Cattle. Hogs. Flicep
rifflclal Mnndsv MS 4..--V. 12.709
(Iffi. lal Tuesday 7.f"9 2.:A i.U
Estimate Wednesday.... 3.7 7,b" ."0
Three days this week. .18 797 24.1! 2..'1
Same davs last weck ... K.S11 7.4 14.WMI
Same das 2 weeks agi.. 7.019 11.:M 1.4H3
Psms davs .! weeks ago.. 12 94J 1H.7"6 1.4
Same (lavs 4 weeks ao. ':i.4.4l '.'4.3
Same days last year. . . .20.6S5 2r.6' a.;' j
The foilo-.ving table shows :lio average
prices of hogh st South (imalia for the last
several days, with comparisons:
top of Is.
as
Pates. I 1911. !L9!0.;i9f9.'ltOS. 11907. 180. 1906.
8 14 1
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
1..
2..
3..
4..
5 .
6..
10.
11.
5 4 35 241 8 141
7 SS 16 75; 4 31 21 16 11 14 89
8 '1S S ?.iV ; 4 40: 29i 8 071 4 13
.! I JlS'a S ?H (, 701 4 36. 'l 6 141 4
.1 7 75m 9 47 8 I 351 8 22! 4 47
.1 7 79WI 8 4 6 78 4 31' I 5 17 4 45
.1 7 "1Vi K 51' v? 4 ?4' S. ' 1 4 60
.1 I 8 43 , 5 831 4 21 2s 5
. 7 sSl ' 6 K 4 30 231 S 22 4 61
. 81 i 8 23i i 4 22; 6 SW 5 20 4 2
.1 8 18 6 74' 4 Ki; 6 2! b r.'l 4 58
I
. 11
. 37 H
. HI,
. si
. : 1 1
. 4C,
. 13
. 4..
. 4
.ll
Sunday.
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union stock yards for twenty-four
hours ending; at 3 o'clock p. m.: '
RECEIPTO.
Cattle Hobs, glieep. Il'r'a.
heavy run and hesrlali sdvlces
ern points. I'omsnd from all q
hsrkwstd from thf openlna. with l-et bids
ahont a dlmo lower than eslerdsy s axer
sce trade. Value finally dropped to tlivss
levels, hut business was st 110 time active.
snd It wa well'alona toward mhfllay It. 1
lore anything like a clearance was made. ,
A fv selectiMl loads sold catty st declines
that were no aorse then ,V1i liV. but av er
age cost appeared to be prettv close to
87.;ii7.ho. Indlcatlna tlie bin end of the
break on bulk.
Shlppt rs boiiiiht sparlhsly snd very few
speculative purchases were made In either
division. Wiallty of offerings was well up
to the aversKe. with price spreads rela
tively narrow Heavies moved at 17.70 and
loss, while light mixed sold around 87. 7...
Hest llichts and butchers reached 87.8.1
compared with sterda
Hcprcsentatlve sales:
Nil
an
o.
ii.
4
12
M.
fo.
l.
i.
a-s.
r4
.i.
47.
".
0.
To.
2
F4
71
S5
61
SI
t
1
42
17
7
M
62
7S
'li'v: COMPETITION BUILDING ROADS
St. P
l.ino io iur4
18.400
8.8OH
7.000
t.MO
7i
204
2S
10244
7K.
10',
2a 14
100
1.300 114, iO1,
soo
8,100
100
824,
4&H
142 V,
1144a
4
Mlaneapolls Orals Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 11. WHEAT May.
I1.UHV0 1 aik-s,;- juiy, n.uiev,. tash. No. 1
nara. i.io; .o. 1 northern
No. ! northern, 81.061iQl.W
FLAX Closed at 32.53V
CORN No. 3 yellow. 44c.
OATS No. 3 white. 31'4tj31'.,c,
It T r. ISO. I. iVWQ H0K.C.
BRAN-In 100-lb. aacks,
FLOUR Firs! patents,
patenta. t4.KSjr2n: first
second clears, 32.S7yn2.9R.
Cash, No.
, SLOKVal.lOH
. u. a, i.v4-
321 (aV,i:i 50.
H9V.r5.3o: second
clears. 32.3633.75;
12.400
1.700
100
600
'"400
00
"ino
500
1,700
ino
Sno
aoo
1.100
400
"ioo
600
400
64
100
1,I"0
400
M0
IOO
60O
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"ioo
ii.ioo
no
1.F.O0
ino
1,400
ii, soo
100
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0
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7,oo
14"S
lftfi'
19
324
"j.V
151 ,
12oH
67 H
184
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MS
112V4
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40
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6S
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28
M
ti
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'iisi
iiiii
41V4
101 H
4V4
118
12 V,'
106 V,
"iT'i
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166
22t
4.-.S
142',
12SV4
64
13V
13S
IWH4
V4
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87 V4
'jj"
160 vt
124S
674
13' '4
14
61
111V4
iivi
40
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S2V4
6H
1MV4
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MH
1344
4M4
wit
ioi'v,
40'4
10044
44
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1J744
104 4
17
30 Vi
16444
1.100 80
100
100
3.400
600
ni)
1.0"0
2O0
41,700
MO
v"'oo
83.100
"200
110
400
1,900
too
500
oo
Ps
1.700
MV4
26
116
SV4
144
83 V4
61 V4
17SV,
MV4
'sv,
74 -4
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6.1
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83 '4
60 14
4WV4
178
ToUl aalea for tha tnj, 870.400 aharsav
86 V4
25
116
2SV,
IV4
II
63 V4
17! V4
2 Vi
'iv,
7144
V4
24
I6V4
i;74
60 V4
4
74
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i7Vj
It'V,
44-,
40
9
61
2014
1st,
10i
.1I.V,
74 V,
1041,
44
11.1
1414
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60
1"1 '4
102
117
IIV.14
2S
7-.H
20.114
20
1011V4
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1
33
22 '4
4.-4
142 V,
121S
(t'i
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14IIH
1.1i
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26
1V4
82 V,
27 V4
45V,
84
160 4
124V4
67
1324
194
6J4
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16
12V4
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174
824
86
1104
144
24
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119
634
87H
1004
404
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4
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;7
12744
10S44
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17
304
16H4
114
1M4
104
V.1V4
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6
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244
4114
49 4
116
M
614
824
V
22
61
1714
241
.
34
7344
11744
464
42 S
1"4
3:14
604
M4
744
4
1764
Nev, York Carb Market.
The following- quotations are furnished
by Logan AJlrynn. members New York
Btock exchange, 315 South Sixteenth street,
1 imaha :
M4 Inspiration 8 9-1
H Iarose 4,
1S Nevada Con IH't
22 Nrwhouse 624
12 Ohio 1 'opper 14
IS Rawhide roalltlon .. 3'4
17', liar Central 3 1-1
14 Swift Fk Co 10114,
4 Sears-noehuck :o....l7H
2!'4 Sliver Pick
74 Puperior A P 11
4 Tonopah Mining .... 7
44, Trinity Copper 44
14 North Mke 7
8 Rohemla 8H
64 OJIbway
Hay State t.aa
Boston t'on
Butte Coalition
Cactua
Chlno
1llef Con
Ftart Ion
riavla Half
Kly Central
Kly Con
Kly Witch
Franklin
lllroin
OoldfleM florenca..
(loldflald Daley
Greens Cauanas ....
C.. M. A
Wabash
Missouri Pacific
nlon l'aoific
N. W., east....
& N. W.. west
St. P.. M. A O..
H. A y.. east
B. A g., weet
H. I. A P., east.
It. I. & P.. west.
Illinois Central
C. O. W
Total receipts
.
c.
c.
c.
c.
3
1
3
TO
8
3S
10
2
48
6
3
4
4
.IRS
10
4
3
27 H 2
A 2
29
B 1 1
27 29 1
4 9..
3 1
2 1
1 1
129 49 4
DISPOSITION.
Cattle. Hons. Sheep.
New York -Mlnlna: Stocks.
NEW YORK. Jan. 11. Closing quotations
on mining stocka were
Alice
tvim.
125
Tunnel stock. 20
do bonds
Con. Cal. A Vi
Horn Silver ...
Iron Silver ....
Ladvllls Con.
19
. 76
. 30
.IM
. 10
Uttle Chief ..
Mexican
Ontario
Ophlr
Standard
Yaliow Jacket
. 5
. 70
.160
.120
. SO
. 36
Bank Clearlnas.
OMAHA. Jan. 11 Bank clearing for to
day were S2.6SS.841. 82 and for the corre
sponding date last year. 33.075,903.30.
Philadelphia Prodaes? Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. II. -BUTTER
8teady; extra western creamery, Sue;
nearby prints, 31c.
FUGS lit 2o lower; Pennsylvania and
other nearby firsts, free casea. 31c, at
mark: current receipts. In returnable cases,
3oc, at mark: western firsts, free cases, 31c,
at mark; current receipts, free cases, Soc,
at mark. 4
CHEESE Steady; New York. full
creams, fancy. September. 15c; October,
14Viyl7jc; fair to good, ligl(i,c.
Itnlath Grata llarket.
nCH'TH. Jan. 11. W H EAT No. 1 north
ern. 11 10: No. 1 northern tl OCiil imt- vi.
131.11; July, 11.10. . '
OATS S2Hc-
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK, Jan. 11 MONEY On call?
rather easier at iHSVi per cent; ruling
rate, 34j per cent; closing hid, 2 per cent,
offered at 27i per cent. Time loans, easier
and broader; sixty daya and ninety days,
3V per cent; six months, 8;tf37i, per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 445
per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Weaker, with
actual business In bankers' bills at 84.8240
(H 4 8260 for aixty-day bills and at 84 .86H0 for
demand; commercial bills. 8481'fl4.K!4.
SILVER Bar, 64c; Mexican dollars. 45c.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
Irregular.
Closing quotations on bonda today were
aa follows:
V. S ref. 8a, ra... .IO044 Int. If. M. 44a 444
4o coupon 10O japan 4a 60
V. I. s rl 1 do 44a 64
do coupon 11 K. C. Bo. 1st la 794
TJ t. 4a. rex 1164 L t. deb. 4a
tn coupon 1164 L A N. unl. 4a 6114
Allsa-Chal. let ie... 74 M K. A T. lat 4a.. 74
Am. At. 6s 1014, do tan. 44a tt
Am. T A T. o. 4s. .104 Mo. Palfto 4s 77S
Tobacco 4a.
.. 114 N R. R.
..10 .V. Y. C.
Pevrlat Market.
PEORIA. Jan. 11. 4tiRN-Lower; No 1
while, 44c; No. t mixed and yellow, 444k-;
No. 4. 43c: sample. 42c.
OATS-Steady; No. 3 white. W-ic; atand
ard. -V . Ko. I whits. t"-4c; No. 4 white,
HIV,.'.
UfersMl flralai Market.
I.IVKKPlaOl Jan. 11 WHEAT Spot,
fin, Jso, I r4 west era wlntar, M;
tsoraird Apples aad Urlrd Fralta.
NEW YORK, Jan. 11. EVAPORATKH
APPL13--offered a little more freely and
piives ate not quite ao firm. On the spot
fancy is quoted at 171c; choice. HVc; pi line.
9'iill;ic.
LKIt'Ii FRUITS Prunes, firm, with a
better demand for the Urge slxe. Quota
tions range from StrlOo for California,
up to is-40s. and lunilc for Oreaons, ous
Soe Apricots, firm, with a fair Jobbing
demand and email offerings: choice. 1.1c,
extra choice. i:a'3c; fancy, 13JjUc
Peaches. In Kood demand and prices are
very firm; choice. 7V(,7c; extra choice
Vd ',; fancy, 6ti9o. Ralalna. quiet and
steady. Loose Muecatela are quoted at 5'
(KiVic; choice to fancy seeded. SVyTVjc,
seedless. Mitic; london layers, 31 40Djl.46. 1
Waal Market.
BT IXl"I8, Jan. 11 WtXJl Unchanged .
territory and western mediums, Slajijc.; fiue
mediums, linlru; flue. Hylic
Am.
do
Armour A Oo. 44s
Alchlaon sn. 4a....
do ct. 4a
do CT. 6a
A C. b. lat 4a
Bal. A Ohio 4a
do 14a
do 8. W. I4a
Brook. Tr. ev. 4a..
"en. of Oa. 6a...
Ten. Leather 6a. .
:. of N. J. I 6a.
ITiee. A Ohio 44a.
do ref. 6s
filcaso A. 84a.. TO'i do lat t-ild 4s.
C. B. A Q. 1. 4a.... 5 S A U 4s
do fan. 4a "4 80. Pad. roi. 4a..
C. M A 8. P. 14a 3 do ct. 4a
C. R I. A P. c 4a. T144 V lat rat. 4a..
do rff. 4a 4k Bo. Railway 6a...
Colo. Ind. 6a 7?4 do sen. 4a
.tolo. Mid 4a ', I'nlon Pacirio as.
CAS r. A . 44a 4 do cv. 4a.
o M. 44s
I. I4S I
H.
94
. 4a
.134'4
IO14
IO04
74,
63
n. A H. ri
I A It. O. 4a
rio rW. 6a
maimers' 6s
Rrla a 1. to
do sen. 4s
do ct. 4a. aar. A
do sell as B
Can F.iac. ct. &
III. Cen. 1st rat.
Int. Met. 4',s....
Hid.
. 1244 do dab. 4a
. r4 N. Y.. N. H.
lo4 ct. 4a
.1044 f. A W. lat
.,4' do ct. 4a
. M4 So. Pacific 4a
. J do Sa
. "H O. 8. Lk rfrt(. to...
. 634 Penn. ct. 34a H16.. MV
.1074 do con. to I'S4
. S4a Readies fan 4a S,
1124, 8t L. A 8 P. fx. 4a 614
.lots, do gen. 6a ITS
. 4S. sr u 8. W e. to.. 74
K4
... 14
-.. T4
... ar,
...in
... .44
...lis) 4
...1"4
.. 74
101s
1044
1"I4
lit
4
17
a:
U'4
9144
omaha H'no:.K8L ricf.
BUTTER Creamery, No. 1, delivered to
the retail trade tn 1-lb. cartons, 30c; No. 2,
In 30-lb. tubs, 28c; No. 2, tn 1-lb. cartons,
2hc; packing stock, solid pack, 16 Vic; dairy.
In 60-lb. tubs, 17ijUc. Market changes
every Tuesday.
CHEESE Twins, lBftloHc; young Ameri
cas, 174c; daisies, lTVic; triplets, 17Hc; 11m
burger, 18c; No. 1 brick, 17Vc; Imported
Swlua, 32c; domestlo Swiss, 22c; block Swiss,
19c.
POULTRY Dressed broilers, under 2 lbe.,
85 per dox. ; hens, 144c; cocks. 11c; ducks,
l.Hc; geese, 15c; turkeys, 25c; pigeons, per
dox., 31.20; homer squabs, per dox., 34;
fancy aquabs. per doz., 83.50; No. 1, per
dox., 3. Alive, broilers, 16c; smooth ltf.
He; hens, lOVic; stags and old roostere,
8c; old ducks, full feathered, 12c; geese,
full feathered, lOVjc; turkeya, 1318c; guinea
fowls, 25o each; pigeons, per dox., 60c;
homers, per dox., 3J; squabs. No. i, per
dox., 11.50; No. 2, per dox., 50c; capoas, over
8 lbs . 14c.
FISH tall frozen) Pickerel, 7c; white,
11c; pike, 10c; trout, 13c; large crapples,
mc; Spanish mackerel, 18c; eel, 18c; had
dock, 13c; flounders, 12c; green catfish, 20c;
roe shad, 31 cacti; shad roe, per pair. 06c;
frog legs, per doz., 50c; salmon, 11c; hali
but, 10c; herring, 6c.
lieel iui Kibs: iso. 1, inc; no. z, ii-tc;
No. 3, !ViC. Loins No. 1, 17c; No. 2, 13c;
No. 3, loViC Chuck: No. 1, 7Vc; No. 2, 7c;
No. 3, 6H;C. Round: No. 1, 8c; No. 2. 8c;
No. 3, 7c. I'late: No. 1. Cc; No. 2, 60;
No. 3, 64;C.
FRUITS Apples, nome-grown cooking,
per bbl., 84. 0U; Missouri Jonathan, per
bbl., 85 50; Missouri Ben Davis, per bbl..
84.25; Missouri Winesaps, per bbl.. 14.50;
Missouri tiano, per bbl., 84.50; other vari
eties, per bbl., 84.00; New York Baldwin,
per bbl., 34 76; Colorado Jonathan, per
box, $2.50; Washington Wealthy and Jef
frey, per box, 31. W. California Belleflower,
per box, 31 00; Oregon and Washington
Grimes Golden and Jonathan, extra fancy,
160 to 175 aizes, per box, 32.25. Bananas,
fancy select, per bunch, 32.2&U2.50; Jumbo,
bunch, 32.76&l3.75. Cranberries, per box,
8:1.16; Bell and Cherry brand, per bbl.,
810 00; Wisconsin Bell and Bugle brand, per
bbl., 81076. Dates, Anchor brand, new, 30
1-lb. pkgs.. In boxes, per box, 82 00; bulk,
in 70-lb. boxes, per lb., 6Vic. Figs, new
California, 12 12-oa. pkgs., 85c; 36 12-oz.
pkgs., 82.40 ; 60 tt-ox. pkgs., 32.00; Turkish,
7-crown, per lb., 16o; 6-crown, per lb., 14c;
4-crown, per lb., 13c. Grapes, Malaga, ou'gj
5 lbs. gross, per keg, t;.00f(j3.00. Grape
Fruit, Florida, 46-54-64-M0-94 sizes, per box,
33.2644.00. Lemons, Llnionelra brand, extra
fancy. 300 size, per box, 84.50 ; 360 size, per
box, 34.50; choice, 3U0 size, per box, 84 00,
86u size, per box, 84.25; 240 size, too per
box lees. Oranges, California navels, 80-0
sixes per box, 32 50; 12j size, per box, 12.76;
small sizes, per box. 83.00; Florida, all
sizes, per box, 32 50. Pears, California Win
ter Nellls, per box, 32-So; New York Kelfer,
per bbl., 34.76I&4.U0. pineapples, per case,
84.50.
VEGETABLES Beans, string and wax,
per market basket, 31 50. Beets, per bu.,
5c. Cabbage, new, per lb., 14c. Carrots,
per bu., 76c. Celery, Michigan, per doz.
bunches, 86c; California Jumbo, per doz.
bunches, tato. Cuoumbers, hot house, 14
and 2 doz. In box, per doz. 8-0. Eng
plant, fancy Florida, per dox., 2oO. Gar
lic, extra fancy, white, per lb, 15c; red,
per lb., 16c. Lettuce, extra fancy leaf, per
doz., 40c. Onions. Iowa, red and yellow,
per lb., 2c; Indiana, white, per lb., 3c;
Spanish, per crate. $1.60. Paraley, fancy
home-grown, per doz. bunches, 4oc. Par
snips, per bu., 75c. Potatoes, Early Ohio.
In sacks, per bu., 80c; Iowa and Wiscon
sin, whlta stock, per bu., 7&4j6c. Ruta
bagas, per lb., lc. Sweet Polatoes, Kan
sas, per bbl., 82 50. Tomatoes. California.
er 4-basket crate, $175. Turnips, per bu.,
c.
MISCELLANEOUS Almonds. California
soft shell, per lb., 17c; In saok lots. 1c
less. Brazil nuts, per lb., 13c; In sack lots,
lc less. Cocoanuts, per sack, 85 60; per
doz., 80o. Filberts, per lb., 14c; In sack
lots, lc less. Hlckorynuta. large, per lb.,
6c; small, per lb., 6c. Peanuts, roasted, per
lb., 6c; raw, per lb., 64c Pecans, large,
per lb., 16c; In sack lots, lc less. Walnuts,
black, per lb., 24c; California, per lb., lac.
In sack lots, lc less.-
......
Omaha Packing Co 670
Swift and Company 702
Cudahy Packing Co 1,323
Armour & Co 1,159
W. B. Vansant 105
Benton, Vansant & Lush 69
Stephens Bros
Hill & Son ....
F. B. Lewis
J. B. Root & Co
J. H. Bulla
Huston Ai Co
L. F. Husz ,
L. Wolf
McCreary & Carey..
8. Werthelmer
H. F. Hamilton .....
Rothschild & K
Smith & Polsey.
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co
Sol Degen
McConehay
Kline & Christy ....
Other buyers
1,431
2.313
2.172
2,212
1.276
1.037
4.341
1.416
Totals
...6.029 8.128
CATTLE Receipts of cattle today
light, only 149 cars being reported In the
yards. More than that, the receipts at
all points were light so that conditions
were generally favorable for the selling
Interests. The demand was also good,
which made it all the better for the aellera.
For the week to date the receipts at this
point have been liberal, but still they show
a falling off of almost 4,000 head, aa com
pared with the same period last year.
Under the influence of the good demand
and the light receipts this morning the
market on beef steers opened early, buyers
being In the yards ahead of their usual
time. It soon became apparent that they
wanted the cattle, and good kinds sold
quite freely at prices that were strong to
as much as 10c higher In some cases. As
a matter of course. It was the better
grades that showed the most Improvement,
while Inferior kinds were little If any
better.
Cows and heifers showed about the same
Improvement as beef steers, and all kinds
of butcher's stock sold aa a rule to very
good advantage. The most of the receipts
changed hands In good season In the morn
ing. Feeders and desirable kinds of stock
cattle commanded good, firm prices tha
same as they have every day this week.
Representative sales:
BEEF STEER3.
M do 1st raf.
3', r. 8 Rubber ta ...
4 T. 8 Slewl 14 6a...
74 Va --!ar. i btin 6a.
16 'Wabash lat 6a ....
744 do lat A n. 4a ...
7S " sslarn M4 to
Ml, Waat. Rlac ev. 6a
..146 Wis. r-antrsl 4i ...
to SS Mu. Par. ct. 6a .
.. 74
l.sral Securities.
Quotations furnished by Burns. Blinker
A i-o.. 448
building:
New Omaha national bank
Bid.
604
t
4
in
Colorado Tel Co. T par oanl
Columhsia. Nab.. . L. ta. 1884
Chliaio Sanllarir to
Detroit Edison 4a. l3t
i..i. yu. to. T ftr oaot pfd
Kairnioni Oaamery 1st I par oanl M
Iowa Portland Cement lat 4a M
Kansas Cltf R U 6a. J81I M
1..,, She's A si So. 4a. 1811 M
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tie twirk la, ll'i 8fl
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8
toffee Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. 11 COFFEE Futures
opened firm at an advance of 12&17 points,
In response to the higher French cable,
continued atrength of Brazil, renewed cov
ering and local bull support. Realizing on
the part of near-month longs caused a re
action In these positions during the middle
of the day, but the market showed a gen
erally firm tone, with May and later de
liveries making high records for the sea
son and with the close steady at a net
gain of 12y3 points on bull support, com
mission house buying of the late months
and a demand from Importers. Sales. 12s,
hOo bags. January, 11.64c; February, 11.7'c;
March, 11.7ic; April. 11 Wc; May, 11.81c;
June, 11.78c; July, 11.75c; August, 11.74c;
September, lLfiSc; October, November and
December, 11 title. Havre was uif higher;
Hamburg, l'.pfg higher. Rio 26 rels
higher at Kfcrj;,; Santos. 50 rels higher. 4s,
73"50; 7s. 78iO. Receipts at tha two Bra
zilian porta, eti.OTO bags, against 13 On) bags
last year; Jundlahy reo-lpts. ".(Ml bags,
against t.64 bags lat year. Rain was re
ported In Sao Paulo. Spot coffee. Trm;
Rio No. 7, lic; Santoa No. 4, 14',i144c;
mild coffee, nominal; Cordova, 13iilo,c.
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fluarar Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. 11 BUG A R Haw,
easy: muscovado, to) test. 3 17c; centrifugal.
M teat, 3s7-: molasses sugar. 89 test Ji.jVc ;
ft&AOd, JIUleta ,
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STOCK ICRS ANI FEEDERS.
421 4 16 10 741
I 684 4 16 11 786
4 4 60 17 7V.
It 1 4 ' 13 841
6 41 4 76 8 121
1 40 4 75 10 710
1 6011 4 76 42 771
14 Ill 4 40 3 )
8 438 4 14 10 M !
I 64 4 U 41
86 4 86 80 811
11 411 4 sa 7 76
16 4.0 4 80 4 6r.4
a sun 1 im 14 sbi
I f4 6 40 36 7ul
I 4.M I 1)0 J 1141
I 715 I 40 17 1(4)8
II 714 I 00 14 410
II 744 6 00 7 1 1
8 14 6 17 1'.'6
I t:ul 8 ' 11 107
tl 74 8 to
H041S Fresh weakness developed In the
hog tl4l Ukla luorulng aa tha result t
6 Tl
I 71
4 00
7 00
t 21
i 60
I 61
7 75
f 76
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44 ... 7 40 1 061 40 7 7.4
IM W J HI 67 rr.H 200 7 75
30J ao t 68 24 S.1J ... 1 ti
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447 ... 7 66 SIC ... 7 76
304 ... 7 4" l .864 ... 7 76
)7 10 7 86 'ii :4 ... 7 76
2t 40 1 . 6 141 ... I 75
117 ... 7 6 7 2T3 ... 7 77",
M ... 7 66 84 14 ... T
2SS ... 7 86 18 ... 7 80
IM 81) 7 70 74 ?i4 ... 7 8"
ISO ... 7 70 76 244 ... 7
M ... 7 76 84 ?l ... 7 811
Hit ... 7 70 71 234 ... 7
267 10 7 : 74 lit ... 1
167 8.1 7 70 71 -J.4 ... tki
24 110 7 70 74 704 ... 7 0
144 ... 7 70 78 713 ... 7
S10 40 7 70 40 2.11 ... 7 80
2l 80 7 ;?', 40 13 ... 7 0
7K4 80 7 72 4 6 217 ... 7
272 ... 7 75 82 MS ... 7 an
ll ... 7 75 "I M3 ... 7 1"
,. .2.14 10 7 75 14 70S ... 7 "I
i ... 7 75 30 .274 ... 7 0
711 ... 7 76 81 "5 ... 7 ao
J.MI ... 7 75 84 214 ... 7 80
!4 60 1 75 67 144 ... 7 80
17 4 ... 7 75 71 Ill ... 7 o
H'i 40 7 75 4 260 ... 7 80
37.4 10 7 75 1 80 7 40
244 ... 7 75 so Ms ... 7 80
Strug-g-le of Hill and Harrirrtaii Linei
Adds to Facilities.
RICHES IN UTAH MINERALS
Wealth of t krmlral lrtnlta In Itasla ,
of tir.-at salt Lake Period of
I ttllantlon Is 7) el to
lie Iteann.
tXJPKN. .inn. II-1 Special. 1-Tromlnent
llarrltiinii officials lately huvc confided ta
friends that the llarrlman roads plan ex
tensive Improx ements with the beginning
of sprint;, the must Important of which
to.
278 40
SHEKI' Lamb trade still showed bullish
tendencies this morning, while sheep held
senernlly firm. In many respects the nisr
ket was a duplicate, of yesterday's session.
Receipts were fairly large, demsnd was
ample and healthy, and lambs met with
popular preference for the reason tliBt the
small end of the supply consisted of this
class of stock.
Good lambs sold around tfi and one strltiK
that moved on the early market brought
3S.10. While this is higher than any wale
on previous days this week, strictly choice
1 will be the completing of the douhle trai'k
1 Ing of the I'nlon Pacific from Omaha to
iogden and the Southern TaclfU- from this
j point west to Sparks. New
I This Improvement had been contemplated
'and plnnned even before Harrlman's death,
j but had heen delayed, first by the panlrkv
j period of 1907 snd then by the more urgent
need of money In the northwest In the
conflict with the IIIII roads. Rut of late
a new peril to the supremacy of the llar
rlman lines along the great contra! lilgh-
!way has appeared In the completion of
j the Western Pacific and that road's alll
, sncc with the Bui-lltigton. That James J.
' 1111 iihk iiinneo nis nresiiae 10 ins ntr
I Gould road there Is little doubt, and Ihot
j the new combination of Gould and 1 Till
forebodes trouble In H traffic way for
I the llarrlman people Is dally being real
ized.
Western Tarlflc tJete Boar.
Trains sre being rushed over the Western
Pacific at a speed which the heavy traffl)
on the Southern Pacific and Union Pa
cific forbids. This advantage will continue
until the new road has Itself built up a
traffic of large proportions. In the mean
time the Harrltnan roads are forced to
submit to the diverting of much freight
business. Nearly all the live poultry traf-
grades would probably go even higher, as ; f c has left them. Much of tha expedite
pi.i'i is easily quotable for tops of hondv ' fr,. , . h , i,m .n(i whole
live stock trains are being captured.
weight. These figures Indicate a fresh ad
vance of safely a dime, leaving values Just
about a quarter higher than they were
Saturday
For a time this loss of traffic brought
rtn Klvn nf ..nm.m fenvil K put tschnlt nr
.VnE."i "".Tlr'.Vn1; hi" subordinates who do the real thlnk-
inyt
quality moved readllv. Ewes sold up as
high as 83. HO. wethers of the right kind
would doubtless rech 34.25 and yearlings
commanded J5 and less, according to weight
and finish. A good clearance of available
supply wss made early, but late arrival of
several shipments served to give move
ment a rather quiet appearance.
Shipments suitable (or re-feedlng were
scarce and no new developments In the
feeder branch of the market were notice
able. Representative sales:
jso.
ewes
ewes and wethers
yearlings
yearlings
ewes
6 western
15 western
274 western
109 western
6ft5 western
392 western wethers
4Wi western wethers
27K western wethers
li'O western ewes
1S9 western ewes
10 western lambs
120 western yearlings ...
87S western ewes
75 western yearlings ....
10 western ewes
93 shorn lambs
KI western lambs
92 western ewes
70 western ewes
118 western ewes
31 western ewes, culls .
SO western shorn lambs
192 western yearlings ..
a10 western yearlings ...
3 western ewes
249 western lambs
207 western ewes
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Demand for Cattle Steady Hosts Doll
Sheep Weak.
CHICAGO. Jan. 11. CATTLE-Recelnts.
19,000 head; market steady to 10c higher;
beeves, 8454.70; Texas steers, t4.lfatf6.30:
western sleers, t4.25&5.90; stockers and feed
ers, 3J.btnri&.70; cows and heifers, S2.5636.26;
calves, 87 604)10.00.
HOGS Receipts. 36.000 head: market dull.
10c lower than yesterday's averace: llirht.
37.70'(r7.80: mixed. 87.737.80; heavy, t7.73
7 95; rough, 37.7O7.80; good to choice heavy,
f7.rWrf7.96; pigs, t7.40rg8.00; bulk of sales.
t7.stva7.Po.
SHEEP AND LAM BS Receipt s. 23.000
head: market, weak; native, 82 6O?Tt.50;
western, 82.65-if4.40; yearlings, 84.60wti.70;
lambs, native, 34.76ifi4j.55: western. 8o.00O
6.55.
Kansas City Lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT, Jan. 11. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 6.600 head. Including. 300 head south
erns; market, ltf16c higher; cowa, strong
to loo higher; dressed beef and export
steers. 36.00fr6.76; fair to good, 85.1O&6.00;
western steers, t4.76ft4l.25; stockers and
feeders. 34. 5045. 76; southern steers. S4.50ftf
6.25; southern cows, S3.2f&'5 OO; native cows,
H.K'dn.i..; native neirers. Irt.WXat.K); bulls,
84.0OjKi.10; scalves, t8.00ig8.50.
HOGS Receipts, 14.000 head: market
weak to 5o lower; bulk of sales, $7.sOj7.95;
heavy, tT.S0i&7.90; packers and butchers,
t7.80ti790; lights, 87.80(37.85.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Rece Pts. 000
head; market steady; lambs, 3.50456.25;
yearlings. t4.75JjG.60; wethers, 84 .00f 4.40;
ewes, 83.5034.10; stockers and feeders, 83.00
t.75.
49 western
150 western
60 western
27tl western
61 western
U western
88 western
ewes ,
ewes ,
ewes ,
lambs
lambs
ewes ,
lambs
Av.
..126
.. 94
.. 95
95
.... 116
118
61
(W
Ill
113
102
95
127
.... 97
.... 115
97
.... W
.... 113
.... 84
.... 120
.... 96
.... K5
.... 89
.... 89
.... 83
.... 75'
.... 106
.... 121
.... 120
.... 107
.... 72
.... 89
.... 124
.... 64
Pr.
3 60
4 10
4 76
4 7t
3 70
4 10
6 60
6 70
76
3 80
6 7b
4 76
3 0
4 80
8 trO
6 00
6 50
3 50
5 80
5 70
2 50
6 00
C 00
6 00
4 00
6 00
t 80
5 90
3 90
3 90
6 10
6 80
t 75
6 60
St. I. oata Lira Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 1L CATTLE Racelnta.
1.600 head. Including 700 Tex4ns: market
steady; native shipping and export steers,
86.6oS7.26; dressed beef and butcher steers.
86.2iYfr7.26; steers under 1.000 pounds. 16.5014
7.25; stockers and feeders, 83 756 60; cows
and heifers, 83.75&7.25; cannera. 83 03 26;
bulls. 33 Gotf6.25; calves. 8o.25m2fi; Texaa
and Indian steers, 84.&tf6.60; cuws and heif
ers, t3.00tJ4.60.
HOGS Receipt. 11. 1O0 head; market 60 to
10c lower; pigs and lights, 3'.7&'a."6; pack
ers, 37.fccV38.0C: butchers and best heavy.
t7.ff$.10.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 8.100
head; market steady; native muttons, 33.75
(H26: lambs. 8fif46f: culls and bucks,
t2.60foJ.00; stockers, 82,003.00.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Jan. ll.-CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2,500 head: market steady; steers,
84 &0frti.50: cows and heirers, S3.50j6.00;
calves. t3 00r?!8.50.
HOGS Receipts, 8.000 head; market
slow; prospects lower; top, 87.90; bulk of
sales. 87 807 5.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.000
head; market steady; lambs, t4.6utf4.25
Stock la SlaTht.
Receipts of live stock at the five prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha..
St. Joseph
Kansas City ..
St. Louis
Chicago
Totals
700
.. 2.500
.. 6.u"0
.. 8w
..19.0U0
7. 600
8.000
14.000
11.041
36.OU0
9.3O0
1.000
ti.OiiO
3.100
23.0UU
Ing for the big system, but lately there
has been a squirming of head officials and
officials lower down have been receiving
prodding messages and finally the decision
has been reached that If the Union Pacific
and Southern Pacific, co-operating, are to
retain control of the Pacific coast freight
business those roads must be put In phy
sical condition to transport a large volume
of freight and at tha snme time make
faster schedules from San Francisco east
and from Omaha west. Hence tha order
to double track.
With a double track from Omaha west,
the llarrlman roads will be In a better
nnsltlnn tn bundle tinth frelirht and nassen-
ger business than any other railroads lnV,
the United States. Their single track ta
the best In the country, but there ar too
manv trains being operated over tha on
track to allow of quick service.
There has been a policy of retrenchment
on all big roads, but this forced expendi
ture on the part of the llarrlman roads
may bo a potent factor In upsetting that
reactionary movement and leading to an
other period of railroad rivalry and de
velopment as preceded tha depression In
tha fall of 1907.
A cbnsular report says tha German pot
ash deposits supply Germany with an ex
port trade of 835,000,000 annually. These
deposits of northern Germany are In a
basin, which has a geological history simi
lar to that of tha depression of which
great Bait Lake Is the center, and well
Informed students on tha geology of ihls
region predict that explorations At depth
will disclose potash salt deposits equal to
the "kali" beds of Germany.
Tha Great Salt lake Itself Is rioh In chem.
icals. Tha water Is a saturated solution of
salt, associated with calcium sulphate,
msgneslum sulphate and potash sulphate.
During cold weather sodle chloride Is crys
tallized In tha water and cast upon the
shore In long white drifts like snow. With
the return of warm weather the crystals
are dissolved and again are absorbed by
the water.
Some day this most remarkable body of
water, 20 per cent solids. In whloh nothing
of a specific gravity corresponding to that
of the human bedy can sink, will receive
the attention of American chemists, and
as a result there will be built on the shore
of the lake within full view of Ogden the
most extensive chemical works la the
world.
Some Salt In SIKkt.
There Is salt enough In the lake to make
a crystalline arch for tha Milky Way or
to sprinkle the path of the man tn the
moon, and that means salt beyond the
grasp of mind to measure or compare In
magnitude with known quantities.
At present there are two or three salt
works on the edge of the lake and through
the center of this Inland sea, the Ogden
Lucln cut-off stretches for forty-seven
miles. Beyond that, this dead sea of Amer
ica has scarcely felt the hand of utility,
and it beats away In storm or Ilea mo
tionless in calm almost as disregarded by
man aa though it were in Tlmbuctoo or
the land of the pigmies.
Bank Election at laaktaa,
YANKTON, S. D., Jan. 11. (Special.) At
the annual meeting of the Dakota National
bank held in this city, tbs following bank
officials were elected: F. C. Danforth,
Parker, president; J. A. Danforth, vice
president; W. J. Fantle, second vice presi
dent; S. O. Hanger, cashier. These offi
cers and C. H. Dillon, O. Peemlller and C.
W. Thompson, the last named of Parker,
make up the bank's board of directors. A
4 per cent dividend was declared.
The Building and Loan association of
Yankton, In annual session, elected the
following officers: O. Peemlller, presi
dent; W. B. Dean, vice president; James
M. Lloyd, treasurer and 8. 8. Buckwalter,
secretary. A very profitable year's busi
ness was shown In the reports for 1910.
.15.600 75,500 42.400
Metal Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. ll.-METALS -Stand
ard copper, weak: spot. January. February
and March, tl2.0!t 12.10; April, tn vl i-'- ;
I-ondon market, quiet; spot, 17 7s od; fu
tures, 56 3s 9d. Iyocal dealers report lower
offerings of copper from producers outside
of the leading Interests, quoting Lake cop
per at 313.S7Va 13.121; electrolytic, aiJ.tr'r
13 00. and casting at 812 Sl'tti 12 62',. Ar
rivals reKrted' at New Torn at 'M tons.
Cuetom house returns show exports of 11 -I'.i
tons so far this month. Tin. weak: spot,
ta.iii640 00; January, f: 72W,i40 0ft; Febru
ary. March and April, 8 M W 00; Indon
market, eaiay; spot, 1H3 2s 6d. futures. li3
If.s. Iead, quiet; eiot. 84 4614 00, New York;
84. 30U 4 36, East St. Iouls; London liiHrket.
spot. 13 2s M Spelter, quiet; t"..Fii(o H5,
New York; 8S 40ft 5 46, East rt. Louis; In
don market, spot, 24. Iron, Cleveland war
rants. 49s UHd In I-ondon. Locally iron
wna nominally unchanged: No 1 foundry
northern. 3u 2VffPi .25; No. 2. 314 7Fn 16 7!; No.
1 southern and No. 1 southern soft, !5 27j7
8T. LOUIS. Jsn. 11 METALS Lead,
quiet, S4.37V; spelter, dull, 86 40.
Onaaka Hay Market.
OMAHA. Jan. 11. HA Y No. 1. 810 00; No.
t 89 00, parking 8rt7 0ft; alfalfa, 812 00.
straw. Nbaat, 8 6vi rye, 86 50, eels, 87. 0
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. 11. COTTON Spot
closed quiet; middling uplands, 14.80c; mid
dling gulf. 15.0uc; no sales.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. lL-COTTON-Slow;
middling. 16c; receipts, 1.3.M bales; ship
ments, 1.746 bales; stock. 22.9'.'4 bales.
New York cotton market, as furnished
by Imogen A Bryan, members New York
Cotton exchange, 814 South Sixteenth street.
Omaha:
Month. I Or en. I Hlgh. Low. Close. Yse'y.
Jan. ... 14 62 14 62 1 4 46 14 (2 14 2
March 14 2 14 88 14 67 14 75 14 87
May ... 14 98 14 98 14 83 14 91 15 08
July ... 14 96 14 9o 14 8.1 14 91 16 08
August 14 66 14 60 14 68 14 64 14 74
Oct. ... 13 36 13 38 18 30 13 33 13 3
OH and Rosin.
SAVANNAH. Jan. 11 TURPENTINE .
Firm: MxrjIOHu; sales, 167 bbis. ; receipts,
170 bbls.; shipments, 1.12S bbls. ; stocks. It,
534 bbls.
KOHLS' Firm; sales, 960 bbls.; receipts,
1136 bbls.; shipments, 7t bbls.; stocks, 93.
679 bbls. Quotations: B, 36 16; D, 86 30; E.
86 26: F, 8t 30-06 42V; G. S6.36tt4j.45; H. 86 4o;
K, f76: M. 87 20; N, 87-60; W. G. 7 60; W.
W., r 66.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. ll.-DRY GOODS
Ixinsdale 4-4 bleached muslins Were ad
vanced Sio a yrrd during the day and
stock protection waa removed. The de
mand for bleached goods la steadier. A
better demand Is reported for dress goods
and for silk piece goods. Hosiery tved
uuderneM aue qultt.