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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1911.
CLERIC, thoroughly experienced In gen
eral merchandise, wants pomon.
p-sks German. Good references. Ad
01 Box 144. Madison, Neb.
YOUNG man 24, wanta position, dry
goods preferred. K Hi, Bee.
AHlll.(i wanted, rough dry. Harney
SITUATION wanted, by man and wile.
In aide or outalda work (or man; wife as
experienced cook; out of town or In city.
M 330. bee
SCHOOL, girl, to help take care of
baby a years old. 2012 California St.
A FIRST-CLASS colored stewaid chef,
the arum formerly at Bramlela who made,
the Pompel&n cafe famous, wishes poal
tlon; club, hotel or first-class cafe; best
references Address W. T. Fuller, lulo
Farnam. Douglas 4635.
MAN wanta poaltlon aa plumber's
helper; 1 yean" experlnce; In or out of
city. K 328, Bee.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Ship your stock to Boutb Omaha;
are mileage) and shrinkage; your
consignments receive prompt and
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
Eyeri Bros, et Co. Strong axid responsible
WOOD BKQ3-. 334-38 Exchange Blk.
Great Wcat. Com. Co., Omaha. & Denver.
W. H. SMITH fc BON Just handle sheen.
W. F. DKNNY & CO., 23 Exch. Bid.
TAOO BKOS.. handle cattle, hogs, sheen.
CLIFTON Com. Co., 222 Exchange Bldg.
Donahue Randall Co.. 202 Exch. Bldg?
Clay, Robinson at Co., 300 Exch. Bldg.
Ths standard Com. Co., US Exch. Bldg.
W. K. 6MITH t BON just handle sheep.
Interstate Co. Better results. Ship to us.
BLKKE-RICKLY CO.. 801 Exch. Bldg.
L. B. ROBERTS ft CO.. $29 Exch. BldT
Allen Dudley ft Co., 2S6-I7 Exch. Bldg.
Cox ft Jones Com. Co., a bunch of buatlera.
Balaton ft Fonda, live stock com. mer.
Farmers L. B. Com. Co., JOS Exchange.
Deposit proceeds of shipments la Stock
yards Nat I Bank, only bank at yards.
WINN Bros, ft Co., Exchange Bldg.
LAVERTT BROS., 138-40 Exch, Bldg.
Paxton-Eckmaa Chem.Co., stock, remedies
MarUn Bros, ft Co., -7 Exch. Bldg.
Alex O. Buchanan ft Son, 154-158 Ex. Bldg.
OMAHA-THE GRAIN MARKET
WEEKS GRAIN CO., grain merchants;
consignments solicited. 793 Brandeia.
THE Updike OrsJn Co. Consignments
carefully handled. Omaha. Neb.
MERRIAM COMMISSION CO. "Ask the
man who has tried us."
Nebraska-Iowa Grain Co. 764 Brandeia.
CAVERS ELEVATOR CO., wholesale
dealers, grain, bay. chop feed. 781 Bran-
Sealed propoeals for all works, including
masonry and cement, carpentry, lathing
and plastering, painting, varnishing, glas
Ing, sheet metal and tile roofing, aewers
and plumbing, heating and ventilating,
leotrlo wiring, electrlo light fixtures, dec
oratlve glass, decoration, window shades,
tables and desks, chairs, for the Car
negie Library building, according to the
plans and specifications prepared by Pat
ton ft Miller of Chicago, architects, will
be received by the building committee
of the Wayne (Nebraska) Publlo Library
on or before U o'clock, noon, on the 16th
day of October, 1B11. All sealed pro
posals shall be deposited In the iron box
for that purpose in the Citlsens Na
tional bank, Wayne, Nebraska, In en
velopes marked on outside "Proposals
for Library Building." Plans and speci
fications may be examined at the store
of J. J. Ahern, Wayne, Nebraska, chair
man of the building committee. Bidders
must qualify to the satisfaction of the
building committee, both as to financial
responsibility and capability of efficient
execution of the work; must furnish In
formation with bid on these and other
subjects as required by the conditions
and instructions to bidders accompany
ing said apccifioatlona and In all respects
comply with the requirements therein
contained. Bids to be in form specified
with alternate and unit prices as re
quired. The bidder to whom the contract Is
awarded must furnish a bond for M
(fifty) per cent of the contract price; ail
bids must be accompanied by a certified
check for two and one-half (2H) ptr
centum of the bid, all aa provided moro
particularly in said conditions. Contract
will be made subject to all the provi
sions of said conditions Any other in
formation desired will be furnished t-y
the architects. The building committee
reserve the right to reject any or all
bide and to aocept such bids as may be
Dated at Wayne, Nebraska, Septem
ber 15. 1911.
The Board of Library Trustees of ihs
Wayne (Nebraska) Publlo Library.
G. J. OREEN. President..
Attest: T. B. Heckert, Secretary.
BUM FOR CONSTRUCTION OF REIN.
Notice tm hereby given that sealed bids
will be received by the mayor and city
council of the city ot Beatrice, Nebraska,
until 4 o'clock p. ro., September 2a, hil,
for the furnishing of the material and
the construction of a reinforced con
crete reservoir to be located on lots 10,
11 and U. block 4. Dwyer's addition to
the city of Beatrice, as per plana and
specifications now on file In the office of
the city clerk. According to the esti
mates of the supervising englner, said
estimate Is $6,500.00.
All of said work to be dons complete
In accordance with the plans, specific,
tions and profile made by the super
vising engineer, now on Me In the office
of the city clerk.
Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check In the sum of 1650,00 upon
a local bank, payable to the city of Bea
trice as forfait money In the event that
the bidder shall fail to enter Into con
tract, with bond signed by good and suf
ficient securities, to be approved by the
mayor within ten days after notice of
Sward to him.
Bids to be made on blanks furnished
by the city clerk.
The right Is reserved to reject any and
By order of the mayor and council of
said city. S. Q. FREE,
SlJ-dH City ciark.'
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Defeat of Reciprocity Putt Wheat
Operations on Another Baiis.
All UNCERTAINTY IS REMOVED
Wits Wheat letara aad Doabt
Removed It Will o Be orprls
Ing o er Revival of Ball
Operations la Cora.
OMAHA. Sept, 22. 1911.
The radical defeat of reciprocity yester
day In the Canadian vote put all wheat
operations on a different basis today.
The vote removed at once an element of
great uncertainty which has depressed
the trade for months and set aside the
chlrf bar argument. The effect w-as
very bullish, prices at the opening being
well above yesterday's close). With the
Canadian wheat shut out there w-ill be
an .Increased demand for hard winter
wheat, maklnqr a strong domestic situa
tion. There Is little doubt but that the un
certainty in wheat has held corn from
advancing. With wheat on the upturn
and all uncertainty removed It will not be
surprising to see a renewal of bull opera
tlons and a broader corn trade. The cash
situation In stron? enough to be a helping
The decided defeat of the reclproctly
hill sent, wheat values skyward. Buying
ws general and urgent from all quarters.
Cash wheat was So to 4c higher.
Corn feit the advance in wheat and
while no direct news was In evidence the
situation has been strong enough for
some time to warrant an advance. Cash
corn sold lc to lWc hlsher.
Primary wheat receipts were 1.132.000
bu. and shipments w ere ssi.ww du., against
receipts last yesr of 1,220.000 bu. and ship
ments of 3.901.000 bu.
Primary com receipts were 906,000 bu.
and shipments were 845.000 bu., against
receipts last year of 473.000 bu. and shipment-!
of 705.000 bu.
Clearances wore HO.OOO bu. of corn, none
of oats and wheat and Hour equal to
Liverpool closed HOKd hleher on wheat
and Hd lower to d higher on corn.
The following cash sales were reported:
Wheat. No. 2 hard. 6 cars. 97c; 6 can.
!XV.o: 1 rr flfin: No. 3 hard. 1 car. !.c;
2 enrs. 96c; No. 4 hard, 1 car, 94'a.c; No. 3
spring, l tar. Use; No. S mixed, l car. iwp;
I car, 97c. Corn, No. 2 white. 1 car, M4Ci
No. S white, 1 car, 64i: 3 cars. 4c: No. 1
yellow 4 cars iWHc: No 3 yellow. 3 care,
3'ic; No. 3 mixed. 5 cats. 63c; 1 car. 2c:
No, 4 mixed, t car. 62c. Oata. No. 8
white. 3 cars, Mc; no grade, 1 car, 430.
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. S hard. JScflM.OO; No. I
hard. 94f.;9ee; No. 4 hard, 8299SC.
CORN No. 2 White, 64394ic; No. 3
white. 64GWio; No. 4 white. 6w4c: ino.
2 yellow, Ki'jjAVfcc ; No. 3 yellow, C3.363Vto;
No. 4 yellow. 62MrS3c: No. 3. 62H?63c; No.
8, 62V863o; No. 4. 634C62c; no grade,
OATS No. 2 white. 4504a14e: standard,
44v4546c; No. 8 white. 44H4i44e; No. 4
white. 44ff-HVic; No. 3 yellow, 4414S44Vac;
No. 4 yellow. 4W.'544,i4C.
BARLEY MaltinK. 31.0Stfl.18: No. 4. Mo
31.04; No. 1 feed. 86cO$l.M; rejected. Kit
RYE-No. 2. $789c; No. 3. 86388c.
Wheat. Com. Oats.
Chicago 35 198 U8
NEW YORK GENERAL. MARKET
Qaotatlone of the Day oa Various
NEW YORK. Sept. 22. FLOUR
Steadv: spring patents. 35.30(86.50; wintsr
straights, $4.00&4.15; winter patents, $42o
4.60: spring clears, 4.2634.50; winter ex
tras No. 1. 3.a)ni.i.70; w.nter extras No. 2,
$3.353 46; Kansas straights. $4.4004.o5.
Rve flour, firm; fair to good, 34.75
4.96; choice to fancy $5.0O5.3O.
CORNMEAL Firm; fine white and
yellow. Jl.4oijrl.t-H; coarse, $1.85iil.40. Kiln
WHR1T Snnt market Strong: No. 3
red, 31.00, elevator, export basis and
tl.vi, I. o. o.t auoai; uwnuoiu
Duluth, 31.T4, f. o. b.. afloat. Futures
market was sensationally strong on
heavy buying due to the defeat of
reciprocity in Canada, the big advance in
ih. northwest and bullish crop Russia.
closing 27t?3i4o net higher. September
closed at 31.01; December, 3108; May,
CORN Spot market firm; No. 2, 75V4c.
elevator, domestic Dasis to arrive ana
75c, f. o. b., afloat, export gTSde. Futures
market was nominal.
OATS Spot market strong; standard
white. 52c: No. 2. 52J0! No. 3. 82c: No. 4.
flHiv. natural white and white clipped,
SlViCc. Futures market was nominal.
HAY New sieaay; prime, i.o; ,
Sl loS'l-aO; No. 2. $1.10(81.15; No. 3, 86c
FEED Firm; western sprlrur bran,
100-lb. sacks, $26 82; standard middling,
loo-lb. sacks, $23.60; city, 100-lb. sacks.
HIDES steady; c.entrai America, uo;
Bogota. 21V3; thirds, 19320c; rejects.
PROVISTONS-Fork. steady: mess.
$18 26'B18 75; family, $2O.00G21.nO; short
clears. $1.75917.50. Beef, steadv. mess,
$12.t5'13.00; family. 313.50ttl4 00; beef
hams, $2.5O&260. Cut meats, easy;
nlckled hollies 10 to 14 lbs.. J 11. 50rfn3 60;
pickled hams, $14 00. Lard, firm; middle
went prime, (?. 40139. as; rennea, steady;
continent. $10.05; South America, 310.8J;
BITTER Firm, unchanged.
EGGS Irregular; freeh gathered ex-
MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS WYO..
Sept. t, 1911. Sealed proposals In trip
llcato will be received here until 8 P. M
Oct. a, 1911, and then publicly opened, for
furnishing labor and materials tot con.
structing Poet Chapel, including plumb
ing, healing, electric wiring and fixtures,
at Fort Yellovbstoue, Wyo. Information
furnished on application. Envelopes con
taining proposals to be indorsed "P10.
posaals for Chapel" and addressed to
SALE OF QUARTERMASTER'S 6L.P
pliee. Depot Quartermaster's office. 22d
A Hickory streets. Omaha, Neb , Sept.
20, 11L Sealed proposals, in triplicate,
subject to conditions named In circular
to bidders, will be received st this offics
until 11 s m , October 3. 1911, for purchase
of ten buffalo overooats. Full Informa
tion and blanks for bidding furnished
upo application to Cspt. F. C. Bolles,
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. 6ept. 21-WHEAT-fipot
dull; No. 1 Manitoba. &s Id; futures
steady; October. 7s 4d; December, 7s
md; Msrcli. 7s Md.
COJtN tpot, quiet; American mixed. 6s
SVd; futures, quiet; October, is Ud,
January, is tHd.
GOVERNMENT SALE INDIAN LAND8
Absolute Title Given The unallotted
lands of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Na
tions of the Five Civilized Tribes In Okla
homa, and not Including the coal and tlm.
ber segregations, will be sold St publlo
auction to the highest bidder at the fol
lowing terms, times and places at not less
than the minimum price stated In the ad
vertisement: Grady county, Chickasaw,
bt4 tracts. 7,5uO acres, November 2, 3, 4;
Stephens county, Duncan, 730 tracts, 69,300
acres. November 6. 7, 8; Jefferson county,
Ryan, 702 tracts 49,400 acres; Novembers,
10, 11; Love county, Marietta, 854 tracts,
7&.5U0 acres. November 13, 14. 15, 16; Carter
county, Ardmore. 1,173 tracts, 93,3u0 acres,
November 17, lb, 20, 21, 2;, 23; Murray
county. Sulphur, 352 tracts, 26,000 acres,
November 24, 25; Garvin county, Taule
Valley, 621 tracts. 39,500 acres, November
$7, 2S, 29; McClain county, Purcell, 2S
tracts, 14,600 acres, December L 8; Ponto
toc county. Ada, 699 tracts, 45.3CO acres,
December 4. 6, 6; Johnson county, Tisho
mingo, 564 tracta, 39,200 acres, December 7,
8, 9; Marshall county, Madlll, 279 tracts,
18, VK) acres, December 11; Bryan county,
Dursnl, 50b tracts, 2.10 acres, December
12, 13; Atoka county, Atoka, 1,809 tracts,
l:!4,000 acres, December, 14, 15, 16, 13, 19;
Coal county Coalgate. V9 tracts, (4,604
acres. December 2v, 21, 22; Hughes county,
alvln, 4CI tract, io, .00 artsa. Deceinbei
$6. 27; Pittsburg county. McAlester. 1.630
tracts, 167.1U) acres. December 38, 29, 30,
1911. January 1, 3; Haskell county, Stigler,
413 tracts, 30,300 seres, January 3, 4, Lati.
mer county, Wllburton. 191 tracts. 15,000
aores, January 8; Leflore county, Poteau.
276 tracts. 21.800 acres. January ; Push
mataha county, Antlers, 641 tracts. 62.0u0
acres, January 8 9, 10; Choctaw county.
Huso, 6'jI tracts, 37,600 acres. January
dl, 12, Vi; McCurtain county, Idabel, 771
tracts. 54.500 acres, January li. J6, 17, 11
1912. Not more than 160 aores of agri
culture, anil Mil ici.i of otner lands will
ibe soid to one person In any one nation.
Agricultural lands are those having a
minimum valuation ot $4.uo or more per
acre. Terms are Z5 per cent at the time
of sale. 24 per cent In twelve months and
50 per cent In two years, with i per cent
Interest. Payments must be made in the
form of draft or certified ehack m.iki.
to J. O. Wright, commissioner. Upon full
payment osing mans at any time deed
wiil Issue. Immsdiately after approval
.of sale certificate of Durchane will li,u.
ana possession oe given, but cutting of
timber or drilling or mining for minerals
thereon will n..t be permuted until full
pavment of purchase price. Right is re
served to reject any or all bids. For infor
matlon apply to the Commissioner of the
live Clvilitsd Tribes. .Muikoge, Okla
homa, or any of the District Agents as
to lax.ds within their respective districts.
Lists of these lands have been prepared
by couhUm. showing the terms of sale,
the detcrlpticn ot the various tracts and
minimum price. It will be Impracticable
to furnish each Inquirer all of these list
and it is suss-oled that persons desiring
such information specify the locality in
which they are lntrresisd. Blueprints of
the vari.us counties, showinx the loca
tion ot the land to be sold will be fur
nikhe.l upon application to tus under
aljtned upon the payment of $ 50 for each
county, m the form ct draft or postal
money order. J. G. WRIOHT, Commis
sioner to the Five Civilised Tribes. Mus
kogee, Oklahoma, August 1. 1911.
tras. JftgTTc; refrleerstor firsts, season's
ftoiage charges paid, arJlc.
POULTRY All ve, dull", western erring
chickens. 13i9ii4c: fowls. 14Hc; turVevs,
lie Dressed, easier; western broilers.
12u,19c: westerns, incite; spring tur
keys, selected, 2c; others. lOtfDic.
riUCAGC G R A I AND PBOVIMOXS
Featarcs of the Tradlma; and Closloa
Prices an Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, 8ept. tj -Despite sale of
millions of bushels by holders realising
profits the wheat market whirled upward
today again and again. The defeat of
reciprocity formed the sole reason. After
an exciting dsy there was a nervous
close 2TvjJJc to Hc higher than last night
snd within He of top figures reached.
Oats, which would also, have been sub
ject to free competition from Canada,
made a net advance of lTc to Hfil'ic.
Corn rose Hfllc and provisions -t-Oc.
Hua-e stocks of whest held In Chlcapo
afforded an explanation of why the hulse
in prices turned out to be less sensa
tional here than elsewhere. Nevertheless
unusual activity end strength were
shown from the outset. Some sales ex
hibited a gain of more than 2c In the
first thirty seconds of trading. Profit
taking was equally prominent, and for
hours It seemed as though the extraordlr
nary force of unloading would prevent
anything ltke the advance which had been
predicted that might be looked for fol
lowing the victory of the opposition to
reciprocity. A directly contrsry result
of the election had been expected' by
traders In general and had been dis
counted In full beforehand. Tne news
from Canada therefore had all the force
of a eenulne wumrlse and was being felt
more rather than less severely as the
session drew to an end. During tne last
hour, Indeed, stop-loss buying reached
an acute stare and brought about the
sharpest advenes of the day. Some reac
tion took nlsce. hut the tone In the end
was decidedly unsettled. Between ths
Initial and the final transaction Decem
ber ranged from OTtc to 9Hc and closed
tkffSc up at 9So.
Oats closed firm at nearly the highest
figures touched efter the buls-e began.
One of the features of the session was
frantic covering by shorts here who had
bought at Winnipeg and who were whip
sawed completely. Top and bottom fig
urea touched by the December option
were 47'4c and 4Hc, with last sales 2c
net higher at 474c.
Corn was not directly Involved 1n the
reciprocity Issuo. What strenirth devel
oped was of a purely sympathetic sort.
As sn offset ths weather was better and
country selling quite liberal. December
fluctuated from tHMic to 64V snd closed
firm Uie net hlzher at 64c. Cash
grade were In good demand. No. t
yellow finished at 6S'W.
Provisions were firm. Pork closed 7H
ifflOo up, lard dtarfr 2l12c and ribs at
an advance of Br20o.
Artlc'lsiOpen. I High. Low. ICloss. Yes'y
1 04Hi 1 01H
64W 64HI 64
15 24 ,
8 82H I 70
7 92' 8 05
7 95 I 8 074
Cash quotations -were as follows.
FLOUR Irregular; winter patents, $4.00
04.60; straights, $3.6&f4.40; spring
straights, $4.2f$4.50; bakers, 33.60$4 90.
RYE No. 2. 93c.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 70$95c; fair
to choice malting, 81.12&1.22.
BEED Timothy, $12.50614.75. Clover,
PROVISIONS Mess pork, psr bbl.,
$1. 374 16-50. Lard, per loO lbs., $9.40.
bhort ribs, sides (loose), 8H.50ig9.00; short
clear sides t boxed), $8.874f9 00.
Grain statistics: Total clearances of
wheat and flour were equal to 182.000 bu.;
exports for the week, as shown by Brad
street's, were equal to 3,809.000 bu.; pri
mary receipts were 1.132,(100 bu.. compared
with 1,220,000 bu. the corresponding day
a year ago. Estimated receipts for to
morrow: Wheat, 87 cars: com, 292 cars;
oats, 116 cars; hogs, 10.000 head.
Chicago Cash Prloes Wheat: No. 2
red, 94'a64c; No. 3 red, 98a.954c; No. 2
hard winter, 97c(6$100; No. 3 hard wiuter.
93fc97c; No. 1 northern spring, $1.041.08;
No. 3 northern spring, l.oal.o74; No.
8 northern spring, $1.0a-L07; No. 2 spring,
99cxa$1.06; No. 3 spring, 93o&$1.05; No. 4
spring, 7Sciff$1.02; vslvet chaff. 76cfr$1.01;
durum, 90c&$1.03. Corn. No. 2. 6i4'tf69c;
No. 2 white, 64S;6c; No. i yellow, 664
6Sc; No. 3, 6yaM4o; No. 3 white, 68W
6b4c; No. 8 yellow, 684'6i0; No. 4, 6744P
87c; No. 4 whits, 67it&6c; No. 4 yellow,
67v,iE68c. Oats: No. 2 white, 464&474o;
No. $ white. 464346Vc; No. 4 white, 4443
. -. . . , . iaiji'.
U74t; piaiiuo.ru. tnku.wTi.
BUTTER Steady; creameries, 21 26c;
EGGS Steady; receipts, 5.364 cases; at
mark, cases included, U)!$lc; firsts, 19c;
prime firsts, 20c
CHEESE Steady; daisies, 14144c;
twins, 13S13i4c; young Americas, 14(&14c;
lOlifeT horns, 14(3 144C
POTATOES iiasy; choice to fancy, 80
&85c; fair to good, t70c.
rOUUTRi taay ; turaeys, ivs,
ens, U4c; springs, 124c
VEAL Steady; 50 to 0-lb, wts., 8c;
60 to 85-lb. wts.. 84104c; $5 to XlO-lb.
RVE-No. 1 93o.
BARLEY 70cfc 25.
T1MOTH Y $U.oiHS 14.74.
CLO VEK $U. 7b(&l.76.
Dally movement of produce:
Flour, bbls 22.000 ls.Wo
Wheat bu 43,000 40,ui0
Corn, bu 2i0,M 187,000
Oats, bu 350,000 804.000
Kye. bu 7,000 9,000
Barley, bu 110.000 87.1M)
Carlot receipts: Wheat, 36 cars, with U
ot contract grade; corn. 198 cars, with 79
of contract grade; oats, 113 cars.
Receipts of wheat at Chicago, Minne
apolis and Duluth today were 701 cars,
compared with 657 cars last week aud
with M2 cars the corresponding day a
St. Loals General Market.
snd hUiher: track, No. S red. 96497c;
. w -,..,.-. . 1 iu r.u.an.h., Um.
iO, 4 004U, ldVfiv., fc'WV-.i.MMOl , rw.
CORN-ttiGHER; track, No. 2. S4$69e;
No. 2 whjte, 69470c; December, 63o;
MOATKlgher; track. No. 3, 46c; No, I
white. 474c. December, 474c.
RYE higher. 96c.
FLOUR-aieady; red patents, $4,403 90;
extra fancy ana straight, $4.0uQh.o; hard
winter clears. iJafS-).
KEfcD Tlrootny, U.ool4.(0.
BRAN Firm; sacked east track, $1-11$
LHAY Firm; timothy, $30.00(826.00; pral
rle, $U.00iS 16.00. .
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged; job
bing, $1650. Lard, highsr; prime
u.2J-v(ij9.324. fry salt meats, unci .4, n,;
boxd sxtra shorts. o; clear rib-, -.ort
clears 84c. Bacon unchsnged: boxed
extra shorts, luc; clear ribs. Joe; snort
lOt'LTKY Lower; chickens, 114c;
spring. U4c; turkeys, loe; ducks. L'4c;
' WIUTER Steady; creamery. 80i82c.
EGG 8 Steady, 174214.
Flour 12.000 8.500
Wheat WW t.Ml
Corn ) 23,WM
0fc, 39.000 $7,000
Kansas City Gralu and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. MO Sept. 33. -WHEAT
Cssh, i'jic higher; No. 2 hard. (ji! .
No. 3, 94'a'JSc. No- 'a- U0-
90c; December. 3S-'. Iy. 810-4-
CORN Msrket lo highsi ; No. 3 mixed,
b4c; No. 8. 66c; No. 2 wnits. 66. ,c; No. 4,
wc; December, 614i614c; May. 64iWo.
OATS Alsi'ket lo li!nr; No. 3 w nils,
4t4'B4'4C; No. mixed. 4046c.
R V E ( 3!e.
HAY ateady; choice timothy, $1$.50C
19 oO; chuiee prairie, $12.50(313.00.
BUTTER Creamery. 2-c; firsts, 23c;
seconds. 21c; packing stock. 17o.
EGGS Extras, 32 mc; firsts. I94e; sec
onds. U4c Receipts. Bhlomsnts.
Wheat, bu ."
Corn, bu .... ! Jl.ww
uata. bu .IM)
nulata Grain Market.
DULUTH. Sept. 32-WHEAT-No. 1
hard. $111'; No. 1 northern, $1,004; No.
northern: $1.06'fjl.0e4; No. 3. $1.0343
1054c; September. $1104; Deosmber,
$1,004: Msy. $1,134. nominal.
NEW Y0RKST0CK MARKET
WUd Trading in Steel Throw.
Market in Confusion.
FRICTS LATER MAKE RECOVERY
Selling Ascribed to Liquidation by
Investors Who Believed Steel
Corporation Wonld Be
Forced to Dissolve.
NEW YORK, Sept. 22 Wild trading In
United States Steel again threw the mar
ket into confusion today. Liquidation
was on even a larger scale than yester
dsr. The railway share no longer stayed
the market, but broke with the Indus
trials. During the first hour United
Ststes fcteel lost 6 points to 534, and the
preferred 2 to 103.
In the second hour It became sppsrent
that the tide had been turned. Pricea
rose essily and board traders were forced
Another selllna movement was Inaug
urated in the afternoon, but was of much
The copper shares were attacked with
especrnl severity and lost heavily. Ameri
can Smelting declining nearly 5 pointa.
The depresaion was only temporsry,
however. Toward the end of the day
United States Steel rose to 87 snd prices
generally, except for the Hill, copper and
steel shares, showed small net gains for
the day. United States Steel subsequently
sold off, closing st 66, a net loss of 24.
bales of United States Steel durina; the
iirsi nair hour amounted to 245 0H0 shares.
The dey's total was 717.S00, the largest
amount of any stock handled In a day
since April 16, 1B02, when 864,5i0 shares of
Southern Railway changed hands. The
day's total for all stocks was 1,393,600, ths
largest of the year.
In sen era I the selling was ascribed to
liquidation by Investors who believed
that the 8teel corporation would be forced
to dissolve either as the result of a suit
Instituted by the Department of Justice
or as a result of action Initiated bv the
corporation Itself to ward off such s
Defeat of the Canadian reciprocity bill
w-as to some extent responsible for the
sharp break In the railroad stocks. The
Hill shares were most affected, flreat
Northern preferred lost 44 points, North
ern Pacific 2V Minneapolis. ' St. Paul A
fault Ste. Marie , and Canadian Ta
cifle 14. Canadian Pacific on the re
bound rose 6 pointa.
Trading In bonds was on a lanre scale,
but that market was not greatly dis
turbed. Bonds were generally heavy.
United States Steel 5s advanced 4. Total
sales, par value. $2,8.71,000. United States
bonds were unchanged on call.
Number of kales and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows:
Hlh. Low. Clo.
Aruilgftmatel Copper ....
American Agricultural .,
A man nan Brt Sugar ..
American C. A F
American Cotton Oil ...
American H. Ac L. pfd..
American loe Secunilei
American IxxomottTe ...
American 8. Se R
American 8. R. pM.
Amarlcaa steel Fdra....
Amarlcaa Susar Rf oo 115
' 400 'ii"
I, SCO 004
American Tel. A Tel... 3.IM0
American Tobacco ptj.. oo
American Woolen joo
Anaconda Mining Lioo
Atcbleon ptd (w
Atlantic Coast Line oo
Baltimore A Ohio 1,800
Bethlehem Steel j,?oo
Brooklyn Rapid Tran.it. l.wo
t-jnailan Faclflo 18,600
Central Leather 1,800
Central Leather rM
Central of Ner Jersey.,
CTieaapeake it Ohio
Chicago & Altos
CHI. Ot. Wul new....
Chi. Ot. Weat. p(4
Chi. Sr N. W.....
Chi.. Mil & St. P
C , C. C & St. It
Colo. Fuel A Iron
Colo. A Southern
Delaware A Hudson....
D A' R. G
D. A It. O. pfd
Distillers' Securities ...
Erie l.t pfd
Brie 2d pfd
Great Northern pfd
Great Northern Ore elf a.
Inter. Marin pfd
International Paper ...
International pump ....
K. C. Southern
K. C. Southern pfd
Loiilrvllle A Naahvills..
Minn. A St. Louie
M., St. P. A g. Ste. M.
M.. K. A T
M.. K. A T pfd
N. R. of M. Id pfd....
New Tork Central
N. T., O. A W
Norfolk A Weitera....
Paclfio Mall ....
People' a Gas
Pin .burgh Cteai
Pitta . C . C. A St. I.
Preaaed Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car
Rallwar Steel Spring
Pepubllc Steel pfd
Rock laland Co
Rock Island Co. pfd...,
St. L A 8. F. Id pfd...
St. Louis 8 W
8 Louli g. W. pfd
Sioaa-Shaffleld 8. A I
Southern Railway pfd..
Texas A Pacific
Tol.. St. L. A w
Tol., St L. A W. pfd.
Union Paciria 153 00
t'nlon Pacific pfd too
t'nlted States Realty
United State Rubber... 4.C00
United State Steel .... TIT, 800
United Stale Steal pfd M.too
Utah Copper T.joo
Virglnls-Csrollps Caem. l.ioo
Wabaea pfd 1,600
Western Maryland 600
wst!nghoue Electric .. 1.400
Weetarn Union too
wheeling o Lake Erie,
4. MO 70 9H
400 2tTi 264
to U74 114 V
tOO 24 2u
1ST0O l.su iail
T . 1 I ... ,w- . - .. . ... "
..a mm i . . u. aj, i,.wa,oug anare.
London Stock afarket.
LONDON. Sept. 18. American securi
ties were weak during the forenoon. The
trading was active and excited and some
wide fluctuations occurred. The market
opened from 1 to 4V4 points lower, then
rapidly Improved, but agam declined be
fore ths end of the first hour. Canadian
Faclflo opsned at 22M,. sold off to 228,
then up to 23044 and back to j:. Vnited
Btatea steel common opened at aby, and
eased off to 544. A quick rally to bl'M
followed, but part of this gain was wiped
eut before noon. At midday the tone was
weak and prices ranged from unchanged
to $ points below parity.
I onoou closing stock quotations:
Console, money .... TT Louisville A NV.W14
soaouat TT Ho., Kan. A Tea.. 24
A mat Capper S344 New York Central 104U
Anaoosda 14 Norfolk A V.tmli
Atchlaon 1044 do pfd 10
So pfd 14 Ontario A Wee tern Ik 4
Baltimore, A Ohio,. 18 PennayWanla t'U
Canadian Pacific . .144 Kand Mines 4 4
Chesapeake A Ohio. 714 Kea linf. .. 7i '4
Cul. Great Weetarn 11 Southern By tV
Chi., Mil. A St. P.114 do pfd tu
t4 Beer 174 Southern Paclfio ..1044
Penvar A Rio Q... lUolun Peoido
o pfd 47 4 d pfd 83
Irl 114 U. 8. Siael li
do let pfd 60 4 fM 107
4e Id pfd 414Wabah it
Orsod Trunk 364 4 pfd t-.te
llllsol Central ....1194
nUVtlt liar, steady at 24fed pr
MONEY-lg2 per cent.
Tb rate of discount in the open market
for short bills Is 8-4 $3H per cent; for
three months' bills. aHiJ3 par cent.
tew York Money Market.
NEW TCRK, Sept. 22 MONET On
call, steady, at lu2H per cent; ruling
rate. 24 per cent: closing bid, 2 per ceni;
offered at 21 per cent. Time loans,
steady; sixty days. 34031 per cent;
ninety dsys, 8Vfl3 per cent; six months.
4 per cent.
PKIHE MERCANTILE PAPER 44
8TERUNO EXCHANGE Firm, with
actual business in bankers' bills at $4 tk.25
for sixty-day bills and st $4.fei34.t
for demsnd; commercial bills. 84.82H.
SILVER Bar. sine; Mexican dollars,
HONDSGovernmont, steady; railroad,
Imports at evr York.
NEW YORK. Sept. tt Imports of mer
chandise and dry goods at the port of
New York for the week ending Septem
ber 18 wars valued at $17 SU.eso. Imports
of specie for the week wars ft M silver
snd $4.1'4 gold Fvport of specie for
the week wers $o56,t)al silver and HM.WO
REPORT OT CI.E 4 ft I XI HOI SE
Transactions of Asaoelated Beaks
for the Week.
NEW TCRK. Sept 22 -Brsdstreet s
bsnk clesrlnss report for the week end
ing September 21 shows sn aggregate of
.!. '.53.37. tm. as against $i.'3,&.iS.uo) last
week and $2.72.60!'. .V) In the correspond
ing week last year. The following Is s
list of the cities:
I Clearings. I Inc. I Dec.
Kansas City ..
Salt Lake City...
Orand Rapids ....
Sioux Falls, S. D,
Columbia, S. C...
Fargo. N. I
South Bend, Ind..
8.1 1 .000!
. 3.66,01 mi
OMAHA IIW-STOCK MARKET';!::!
Cattle Reef ipti Modente and Iricei (
Without Notable Change.
HOGS AVERAGE UP SOME LOWER
Receipts of Sheep and Lambs Ca
tlnae Liberal, bat Hot Lar
as Last Week rrlces Trt
day Are Steady.
SOUTH OMAHA. Sept. 23,
Official Monday ....
Official Tuesday ...
crucial Thursday .
Ksumate Friday ...
Flvs days this week tt.932
feme das lest week..2.C
Same days 2 wks. aK0..2S,2!l
Same days $ wks. aso. 80 694
Fsme dsys 4 wks. ago.. 80.58
Ssme days last year.. 42. 1.9
The following table shows
of csttle. hogs snd sheep st South Omana
for the ytar to date compared with lt
vear: 1911. 1910. Ine. Deo.
Cuttle 7w,f"i9 83i.u'i 44.u.
Hogs 1.8.0O9 1.628.907 231.103
siheep 1.694.765 1.670.927 23.Si8
Tk. fniuri.. ehi ih.ei the aversce
prices for hoas at South Omsha tor the
last several days, with comparison'
aft . .
. . II
14(1 I M
,.. I ITI4
.. I ITH
Dates. I 19VL UH0. 11909. 1908.1907. 11906. W5
121 6 91 '4
13 6 S4H
15! 6 71
6 TN 6 OK
8 10 81
4 entais because oontaln-
Ing other Items than clearings.
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
TT-TrTv 1 l.lh. carton. 28e! No.
1 in 60-lb- tubs, 27e; No. 2, 25c; packing.
r C, yrrcr Imnnrlfld Sn.iss. 32c: Amerl
can Swiss. 22c; block 8wiss. 18c; twins,
,.u.,. daisies. 16UC: VOUI1K
America, 18c; blue label brick. Mo; lira-
burger. 2-lb., lc; nmoureer, -v.
POULTRY Broilers, Uc; springs. 13c;
. ur.- urks. 16c: seese.
loo; turkeys, 2io; pigeons, pr doz., $l.o0.
Alive-. jji uti v' a. m n - i .
roosters and stag.., 5c; old ducks, full
! t "j ..w,. o.... ..II feathered. 10c:
teatnerisu, iw.. . -
turkeys, ISo; guinea fowls, Lo each,
pigeons, per dos.. 78c; homers, per dos..
2 b0; Hquabk. No. 1. $1.50; Np. 2. 50o.
.... . .. i.. laru. rrfl.ntiles. lfMhlso:
Spanish mackerel 19c; eel. lc; haddock.
13c; tiounoeis, '""
i m. ad v. .hud rne. Der fialr.
roe nu, e.vv cw. , - -
60c; salmon. 13c; halibut, &c; yellow perch,
kc; nutiaio, bo; ouunoaw .w.
Bh-Jif LUIS niu'i
No 2. 13o; No. 8. 8o. Loins:
2. 6c; No. 8? 6c. Round. No. t lie; No.
I! kWc'. No. 8, 7kc. Plate: No, 1. ifco; No.
'.??.i4i., .' V'c-i-iYTlmnni1 Callfnrnia
soft shell per lb.. 20p; n sack lots lc
less or 44ii Dui, por - 4v wtt,
lo let. Cocotauig. per eack. 5.u0. Fil
berts. pr lb.. lo; in eacic lou, lc U.
lb.. 7o. Pc4UiB. la.r. oer Jby lo; lo
SSCk iOlS. IO leeej. . .....
per lb., ix; In sack lou. lo leas. Honey,
new, 24 fraross. 83.7.
..put rnnif fi.nt M. frDlvFEK Fu
tures closed steady at a net advenes of
9Sr2! points. Closing bids: September.
lJ.ic; Octobsr, 1263c; November, U6Ic;
December, 1857c; Janusry. 12.40c; Feb.
xiaph. AnrlL Mav. June.
July and August. 12.23c. Spot coffee,
firm; No. 7, Hio 14fll4 l-lc; No. 4. San
tos, 1474Ic- Mll(1 coffee, quiet; CorSova,
14iB'1 ct noininat.
Dry Goods Market.
wvnTA en. ni Til. A A nn m r A f
export cotton goods is steady and small
files were reported daliy. It Is expected
that the movement in tnincw,
and Indian goods has reached a volume
of 40,00u bales. Jobbers are doing a
moderate business and are placing re
port orders with primary houses for de
livery In November. Yarns are easier.
The retail trade Is steadier and mors
NEW TORK. Sept. 22 COTTON Spot
closed quiet. 15 points lower; middling up
lands, 1100c; middling gulf. 11.85c. No
sales. Futures closed steady. Closing
bids: September. 11.76c; October, 10o;
November, 10.63c; December, 10.71c; Janu
ary, 10 67c; February. 10.72e; March, 10.79c;
April. 10.83c; May. 10.90e; July, 10.90c.
MUwaskee Grain Market
MILWAUKEE. Sept. 23 -WHEAT-No.
1 northern, $l.lt31.1Ht; No. i northern,
$1 06a l.o;. No. i hard winter, DySc;
December. 9Se; May. $1 M.
OATb Standard, 4t'464c.
PEORIA. Sept 22 CORN-Htgher; No.
1 yellow S7V,o; No. $ yellow, sTc; No. 1
OATS-Hisher; No. I white. 46c; No. $
white. 44fi 4440. .
NEW TORK. 6pt 22.-SUOAR Raw,
firm; muscovado. e test. S.4n'.e; centrifu
gal, 96 test, 896'c; molasses sugsr, I
test. 8.21V.O. Sale I.60O bags.
CMAHA. Sept. 22 Omaha bank clear
Insa for today were $2.81.648 and for the
same day of last year $2.(65.581.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 82. WOOL Steady;
territory and wetern mediums, 17J52ovc;
fine mediums. 17QUo: fine, lli&l&c.
Oils and Rosla.
8AVANNAH. BPt tt-TU rXFENTTHS
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Union stock yards. South Omaha,
for twentv-four hours ending st $ p. m,
Csttle. Hogs. Sheep
C. M. St. P. Ry....
Wabash R. R
Union Pacific TL R $
C. & N. W. Ry.. east
C. N. W. Ry.. west 7
C. St. P., M. at O. Ry.... 2
C. B & Q. Ry., east S
C., B. & y. Ry., west U
C, R. I. & P. Ry., east
C, R. I. at P.. Ry., west.. 1
Illinois Central Ry 1
C. a. W. Ry 1
Total recelots 83 62 38
Cattle. Hofs Sheep
Omaha Packing Co
Swift & Co 166
Cudahy Packing Co 25
Armour Co 1S8
Ciidshy from Denver... 24
Hill & Son
F. B. Lewis 17
Huston & Co 4
J. H. Bulla 46
L. Wolf 7
McCreary A Carey 28
6. Wertheimer 46
Other buyers 181
riTTi.ir fettle, recetnts were mod
rm. am usual on a Friday but ths total
for the week foota up 29,933 head about
the same as last week ana smaller uiau
a year ago by over 12,000 head.
The market on beef steers this morn
inn was without any n or interesting
features. There was a fair demand that
was sufficiently large to clean up the few
cattle in sight. The prices paid were
without note-worthv change as compared
with yesterday snd were around lo$i6c
higher than the close ot last wee.
'ihe market on cows snd heifers wes
also devoid of new or interesting features
and there were very few on sale. Such
cattle as were in sight generally changed
hands in fair season In ths morning. As
was the case with beef steers prices are
around 1041 lie higher than last week's
Stock cattle and feeders have kept pace
with kilting cattle ana tney too are clos
ing tne week arouna tuinioc nigner.
Quotations on native cattle: Oood to
choice beef steers. J,.25iui.75; fair to good
beef steers, $6 504f7.2i. common to fair
beef steers. 84.7bixt.C0: aood to choice half
era. $6.00a.8O; good to choice cows, $4.50
Co.uu; lair to guoa cows, 4.(ta-; com
mon to fair cows, $3.503.75; veal calves,
Quotations on rangs cattle: Good to
choice beef stsers. $5.60O.50; fair to good
beet steers, $5.006.60; common to fair
beef steers, $4.25.00; good to choice
heifers, $4.80&5.26; good to choice cows,
t4.4i'it6.10; fair to kood cows. 83.75S4.40:
good to choice stockers and feeders, $600
s.iju; lair to gooa stocsers ana leeaere,
$4.ilo&5.0u; common to fair stockers snd
feeders. $3 5(Xa4.25: stock heifers, $3.26$
Ito; puns, stags, etc., 4)0-was.w.
I is I
I Tl 1
I M t
AN d Kt.ii; l) .-..-.
t Til 4
I 44 4 U
I Ml 4 0
1 1060 4 10
I 4l 4 70
1 404 I 00
M0 4 OS
I TI4 4 00
I !l 4 10
4 I4i 4 M
( ; 4 it
4 110 4 i)
11 til i 16
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
12 cows 97 4 00 22 cows 840 4 10
12 steers... .1060 5 85 14 feeders.. 876 4 60
11 cows 1250 4 40 8 calves... 227 7 76
t feeders.. 623 4 60 6 cows 913 4 0
Bates Park Sheep Co. Wyoming.
42 feeder.. loii3 6 15 16 steers.. ..1212 5 60
223 cows.... 963 4 66 feeders.. 819 4 50
IK rows 907 4 00
HOGS Trade In hofe was a "swsy
back" sffair, opening very nearly steady
ou a few loads of shipper stuff, becom
ing a big nickel lower and closing with
practically all of the mld-sesalon dsellnj
regained. It was a uncertain business
from ths start, with ths demand rather
quiet, but more or less spasmodic. As
compared with yesterday s sversge, big
buik of sales showed a flat nickel loss.
Size of receipts still proved a dead In
fluence in buying circles as the fresh
declins was forced on s run of only slaty
six loads. Ordinary butchers mad up
the big end of receipts and plenty, of
w tlght was the general rule. There were
no lacon hogs on sale that could be de
scribed as strictly choice.
Shippers furnished a little better sup.
port than recently, but it was nothing to
brag about. Something like twelve or
fourteen loads were purchased on out
side account, quality offerings drawing
the best demsnd.
Spreads were merged as ususl snd
Isrger droves were put up at W fAJ 60.
Best bscon weights on sale dropped to
16.70, the lowest top on record since Juns,
a mor.tn mat claims se ts as nign price.
Yard were not completely cleared until
well along toward 11 o'clock.
snd a very quiet demand from all quar
ters, conditions In the sheep snd lamb
trade were much the same as on yester
dsy. Supply was estlmsled at 10,000 head
and Included a very fair proportion of
desirable killing lambs. Fat sheep wero
scarce. Very few stale offerings were
available in any branch of the market,
as yesterday's run cleared In good shape,
leaving a situation that favored sellers
more or less. Stesdy prices on both
feeder snd fst stock were usually main
tained after movement finally started, but
Inquiry at no time seemed very active.
The fresh run rounds off a five days
total of about 136.000 head, but even
though this agarregats Is really large It
shows a loss of almost 80.000 heed from
last week's receipts. Decreased ship
ments have been reflected In prices, and
the demand on recent dsys was generally
lively and bread. Fat lamha of choice
quality touched the $5.76 mark on two of
three occasions and anything closing at
$5.55 and less lacks finish "Seconds'
that are selling: below $5.26 at present
clslm considersble competition from coun
Fst sheep wers s rare commodity and
proved popular with packers from tht
Start. Good ewes mover around $3 507J
3. 76. ths latter figure being high pries.
Wethers reached $4. but quality at this
level must be almost faultless. Choice
handy yearlings are wanted at $4.80rJ4 65,
A brisk country demand for feeders)
until today produced a msrket that had
no bad traits despite the fact that thin
and in-between offerings were mors
plentiful than sny other class of stock.
According to packers' tab the four days'
purchase on country account smotints to
sbout 62,000 head. Iowa snd Nebrsska
sre taking the big bulk. Feeder lambs
ranged around o O0ig5.25. while feeder
ewes sold from $1 86 downward. Feeder
yearlings st $4.40 la also a creditable sale,
but they have been hard to find ss a gen
Compsred with a week ego fat lambs
show advances of sbout a qusrter. fat
sheep are closing a dime to a qusrter
higher snd feeder clssses sre sbout 15J9
25c up. "Exception Is made for feeder
ewes, however, ss they hsve scored
little If any Improvement.
Quotations on Sheep and Lambs-.
Lambs, sood to chice, $8.40tf5.?S; lambs,
fair to good, 5 IOS.40; lambs, culls, $4. 60
454.90; lambs, feeders, $4.4038.30; year
lings, good to choice. $1. 26'J4.6S; yenr
llnan. feeders. $4 005V1.40: wethers, hsjidv.
$3.6504.00; wethers, heavy, $8.50418 85!
wethers, feeders, J3 :iT?3 5; swes, good to
choice, $3 400 3 75; ewes, fair to good, $3 00
4i3.40; ewes, breeders, $3.2534.00; ewes,
feeders, $2 .') 2 90; ewes, culls. $1.5033.36.
$61 Wyoming ewes, feeders.... 91
296 Idaho Ismbs, feeders 62
821 Wyoming lambs, feeders.. 48
1188 Idaho lambs 70
250 Wyoming ewes, feeders.... 95
498 Wyoming ewes, feeders.... 88
10$ native lambs 68
898 Wyoming lambs, feeders... 57
86 Wyoming lambs, feeders... 61
2.902 Wyoming lambs, feeders.. 66
821 Wyoming lambs, feeders... 60
$17 Wyoming lambs, feeders... 69
88 Wyoming yearlings 81
271 Wyoming yesjlinga 82
74 native ewes 102
190 Wyoming ewes 99
857 Colorado lambs, feeders.... 67
13 Colorado lambs, feeders.... 52
150 Colorado lambs, feeders.... 42
M7 Colorado ewes 108
131 Colorsdo swes 98
177 Colorado ewes $8
8r9 Colorado ewes, feeders 94
?03 Colorsdo ewes, feeders .... 90
877 Colorsdo swes, feeders 79
92 Colorado yearlings 88
1'J Colorado yearlings 68
239 Wyoming yeaj-lings. fdrs. 83
13$ Wyoming ewes 100
127 Wyoming swss feeders 90
13) Wyoming ewes, feeders.... 90
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
4 f 5
Demand for Cattle and Hogi Steady
CHICAGO. Sent. IS. CATTLE Rseelttts.
$.500 head; market steady; beeves, t4.80jj
8.00: Texas steers. 84.60ffTS.ao: westerns.
$4 2007.10; stockers and feeders. $8.16$5 80;
rows ana neners. 12 aoausw calves, 86.00
huus Receipts, itt.otio neaa stesay to
strong; light, $6.0(Jt7.20; mixed. $.K07.J0;
heavy. jW.40Tf7.12: rough. 86.40M6.S6: good to
choice heavy, $6.65m.l24; pigs, $4.03.50;
duik ot sates, io.7urtv.ua.
61-rEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts. 18.000
head; market alow; natives. $J5ATi4 56:
westerns. $2.7534.30: yearlings. $3-8504.70:
native lambs. $4.0006.00: western lamlMu
St. Loals Live Stools Market.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 23. CATTLE R.
celpts. 3,100 head, Including 1,100 Texanss
market, Steady; native shipping and ex
port steers, $6.7608.15: dressed beef snd
butcher steers. I6.75O7.00: steers under
1,000 pounds, $4.0006.00; stockers and feed
ers. $3.0006.00; cows and heifers. 1300:3
$4.60; canners. $1000 3 50; bulls. $2.755.25;
calves, $40008.76; Texas and Indlsn
steers, HOOg J.tt; cows and heifers. $300
HOGS Receipts. 8.900 head; market loo
higher; pigs and lights, $4.6007.20; pack
er. $6.9007.16; butchers and best heavy.
sheep ajvd I.ASIBS Receipts. S.1TO
head; market, strong; muttons, $3.60(9
4.26: lambs, $4.000640; culls and bucks.
1. 2502.50; stockers, $1.6003.00.
Kansas Cltr Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Sept. 22 CATTLE
Receipts, 1,000 hsad. including 1,100 south
erns; market steady to 15o lower;
dressed beef snd export steers, $(1.80(9
.00; fslr to good, $5.00O).S; western
steers, $4.5037.26; stockers and feeders,
$3.7508.00; southern steers. $4009-76;
southern cows, 2.7iVir4.o; riativs cows,
2WT8.00: native heifers. $4.0007.00; bulls.
$3.004 50; calves. $3.0008.00.
HOQS Rsceipt. ' w nesa: unmet
steady to 8c higher: bulk of salss. 16 509
8 76; heavy. $6.50f?6.65; packers snd butch
ers. $6 50O.85: lights. $8
SHEEP AND LAMJSB Receipts, lj.int
head; market, etrong; lambs, 8ft triftti io;
yearllnss, $4.00ij4.86; wethers. $3 250 4 00;
ewes. $3.000 3.60; stockers and feeders.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
BT. JOSEPH. Sept. 2J.-CATTLE-R4V
eelnts. l.SuO head. Market sieaay; steers.
$4 5007.75: cows and hslfsrs, $300O.50;
calves. $4000800. m .
HOGS Receipts, J.-tw neaa. Mtr
steady to 5c higher; top, to.so; bulk et
sales. $6 4536 75.
SHEEP AM) UMl"-nereipis, i.wv
heed Market slow:, lambs, 85 0006 00.
Stock 1st Stcht.
Receipts of live stock at the flvs prln-
ciDal western markets vestsrdsv:
9.600 $8,400 $T,09
NEW TORK, Sept. 22. METAL St end -
srd copper, weak; spot and futures, $11 85
11.86; i.onaon market, spot; at se id;
iture. 56 16s 3d. Lsks copper, loeallv.
$12.67ivff,l.TB; electrolytic, $1$ ixS'li 60; cast-
ng, liz.izffi: tin, weaa; spot and
utures, iue.antgji.vu; uinooii ween, spot.
171 6s, futures. 189 6. Lesd. dull;
$4.4604.65; New York; $4 3004.40 East St.
Louts- uonoon spot;, a is ss . rpeiter,
dull; $800600 New Tork: $6 80O 0 East
St. Loul. London spot, 27 17. d. An
timony, quiet; Cooksons. $8 2608 874. Iron.
Cleveland wsrrs.ni. svts oq id i-ionaon.
Loeslly Iron wss quiet; No. 1 northern
foundry. $16 25315 60; No. I. $15 00018 26;
No. Southern; snd No. 1 Southern soft.
ST LOUIS, Sept tt.-METALS-Leed,
Lady; $4,37'- Spelter, firm; $505 90.
Omaha Prodace Market.
BUTTE R Creamery, 25c; packing1
Stock. 17HO. ...
Eqqs-NO 1, iso; ro. , izc.
POULTRY Broilers, 13c; spiiagl. 9V4o:
hens. 9Vc; ducks, 10c; geese, so.
American Telsphoas st Tslegrsph Co,
A dividend of Two Dollsrs per shsra
will bs paid on Mondsy, Octobsr 18, 1911.
to stockholders of record at ths close of
buslnsss on Satuidsy, September $0, 1911.
WILLIAM R. DRIVER. Treasurer.
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