Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 24, 1911, EDITORIAL, Page 11, Image 19
THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 24. 1911. 11 GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET 6teady and Conservative Advance in Wheat Valnei is Coming. CONFIDENCE BEING RESTORED After abort Flarrr at Dpeili Wheat llikti A anther Advance Trade Is Active and Higher l.rrrli Expected. OMAHA, Bept. 23. 1S11 The talk of the grain trsoe now lit tor steady and remarkable sdvance In wheat value. although conservative trailer! are expecting reactions after nocii sharp advances. The deftat nf lu reciprocity measure has put a differ -:t front on tho whole situation. Cash wheat prices at all hard wheat Centers are advancing and many bullish features are growing out of the dcSt-at i f the 'free grain" proposition. There Ik moro confidence In the bullish situation In coin. 1 he country lespvr-.ds very slowly to bids Kent out and th forelKii ami southern demand 1 sure to continue uigo.iit. Present values do not take Into consideration the, shortage of this year's crop. After a short flurry at the opening, wheat advanced attain today, trade was active and still higher levels are ex pected. Cusk wheat was lc to IW; up. Corn wut not no artlve; some longs sold on th-: fine weather prospects, but vaiues held firm at about yesterday's cloi-e. Cash corn w.m ', to Vjc up. Primary wheat receipts were i.33.tJ bushe s anil shipments were bS4.' bush els, against renlpts last year of l.tKii.ot btifhels and shipments of i.V.i bushels. Primary corn receipts were 519. OOJ buHh el ami ttinpments were iJ"7.ei bushels, aa-sinst receipt I it year of tilvO1 0 bush sis and Mlunnirnis of ITl.nJ bushcla. Clearances were w.WJ bushels of corn. 401) bushels of oats, and wheat and flour equal to 1i;S,"o0 bushels. Liverpool closed 4 to -d hlKher on wheat, and "yl :o'.ver to V1 hiniicr on corn. The following cosh sales wore reported: Wheat. No. 2 hard. 1 car t'ic 4 cars at 9V;; No 3 hard. 2 cars at 9m:; No. 2 durum, 1 ear at 97c. Corn, No. 3 white. cars at i'.4'2c; No. 2 color. 1 car at Gi'ic; No. 2 yellow, 2 cars at tS'fcc: No. 3 yel low, 2 tars at 3"-c; No. 4 yellow. 2 cars at 63S4C: No.. 1 mixed, 1 car at K!c; No. 3 mixed, 3 cars at flc. Oats, No. 3 while. cars at 4. No. 4 whits, 1 car at 44Vgc; no grade, 1 car at 44c. Omnlia Cash Prices. WHIEAT-No. 1 hard. 4jCft.1.01; No. I hard. !5V4C?i 11.00; No. 4 hard, M'tfliflo. CORN No. 2 white, 4(h4V4c; No. t white, C4ViMc; No. I color, A'&Mc; No. 2 yellow 63'flfi3'tc; No. S yellow, e3'iC3'i,c; No. 4 yellow, 63&634c; No. 1, 63Jn'.3',c; No. 2. (OfcOSVic; No. 4. 62Va3o; BO arade. 'Vi62Vc. OATS No. 2 whit. 46'i445Hc: stand ard, 4Mi4Tc; No. t whits, 44446c; No. 4 white, 4',tH4M,c; No. 1 yellow, 44 44V:; No. 4 yellow, 448440. BARLEY Malting, $1.0tV1.18; No. 4, S7t(1.04; No. 1 feed, 86ca$1.04; rejected. Kii T9ic. . RYE No. , 87g89c; NO. 3, 86fl88o. Carlot Receipts. Wheat Corn. Oats. Chicago 3. 300 126 Minneapolis 732 Omaha 65 22 16 Duluth 14 CHICAGO GR.ilS AND PROVISIONS Featarea of the Trading aad Closing Prices on Board of Trade. CHICAGO, Sept. 23. Although the wheat ' market today touched the highest point of the season, the scare over the rejection of reciprocity was apparently at an end. Transactions on the wnole were of a hum drum sort, with the close steady at a mod erate advance, c to 7c above last night. Corn finished unchanged to 4c lower, oats up c to Vic and provisions dearer by IWc to lie:. It was in the last hour of the session that the top prices for wheat were scored. News of Kansas sales of the hard winter Jrade to California and Texas aroused a eellng that millers at Minneapolis and elsewhere might find unexpectedly sharp competition tor supplies. The - December option rose to within 140 of the dollar mark, surpassing by more than la the fig ures that stood last night after the ex citement due to the Canadian election had been at work. Good slsed sales of flour, notwithstanding 4oc a barrel rise In price within two days, had considerable to do also with the late rally In wheat. Decem ber ranged from 9bc to with the last sales c to o net higher at Witjtf 9o. Better weather made corn easier most Of the day. December fluctuated from 64c to 64c and closed steady c net lower at Uc. Cash grades were not being offered o freely. No. 1 yellow finished at 6s1 45Ve. Notwithstanding that a large Increase of country sales early carried down oats, demand from the east was on the mend Iste in the day. High and low levels for December proved to be 47 So and 46T4ly47c. with the close showing Vc net gam at 47c. Shorts were good buyers of provisions. The outcome left pork 5c dearer, laru more costly by 2Hc to lUVfcc and ribs the same as last night to 13c advance. Artlc'lslOpen. Hlgb.j Low. IClose. Yes y W'ht Sept. rjc May. Corn , Sept. Dec. May. Oats Sept. Dec. MM, S5Vi 4 9fS 9ft l4 thSSVflVi eS 1 004 1 04W 1 OiS l 04 GK RV4 f s4 ( 64 64W 64 6V 66 68V.&V 664 4f T, 45 ' 4S4 454 47H 467,ti 47 4T4 47Vi 60 4iH 49g6i)4iSr4 14 9ft 14 (T7H 14 90 15 30 16 17Vt 15 27Vi 15 22Vi 15 25 16 17Vt 15 25 15 10 9 6qVi 9 40 9 62H 40 950 940 960 987. 9 02S 8 7H 9 00 I 96 9 0"J4 t 97V 9 00 9 00 02tt 8 rVi I 77Vk 8 924 8 90 8 75 8 &2V 8 70 8 92H 8 07V 8 02V 806)806 9SVg 1 04VJi 6SJ "Via I 4SVi 47HG May. Pork Sept. Jan.. May. Lard . Sept., Oct. Dec. Jan.. Bibs. Sept Oct. Jan.. 49Vi2Ti 14 87H 1 17V, IS 5 B SO 42 8 00 00 TP I T5 8 90 8 06 Cash quotations were as follows: FLOUR Unsettled, millers asking higher prices; winter patents. $1 H,"fj4.66; straights. S3.64.95; best hard, e.W'it i; spring straights, $4.4l(j4.60; bakers, 13.6uO 4.85. K fK NO. X, 93&4c BARLKY Feed or mixing, 70fc. 8KKDS TlmoUiy, J12.6id 14. 76; clover, $19 UJ. FKOVI3ION8 Mess pork, per bbl., 815.X 015.50; lard; per 1"0 lbs., t9.62Vi; short ribs, sides (loose). .tav(u.ti. Total clearanoas of wheat and flour were equal to io.uo0 bushels. Primary re ceipts were 1.13r.Ouo bushels, compared with 1.O7H.000 bushels the corresponding day a year ago. Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat cars; corn, SM cars; oats. 9U cars, hugs, 28.000 head. Chicago Cash PrloesWheat No. red, lV4rJ0c; No. I red. 94WV9tViq; No. 8 hard winter, Vcjtl.00; No. 3 hard winter, stgy-'c; No. 1 northern spring, SXtkVdOJlVa; No. 8 northern spring, ILGuit LloVi. No. 3 northern, ILuMLUS; No. 1 sprtug. l.afl.U. No. 8 spring. flcOU-Ot; No. 4 spi-Uig. SU.-4iW.01; velvet chaff. Ko tLM; danun. cvW-S4. Corn. No. 1, cBVvtf CMc; No. 3 white. rttiic; No. 1 yet lo, S'0Vc; No. x. cTVSVac; No. 8 white. &kUc; No. 8 yellow. efiSo; Na. A RaeVc; No. 4 white, C7Wa.L; No. 4 rilo. &Ta7Vtc. UsUs. No. 8 white. rc. No. 8 white. iec; No. 4 wUU eVJrsie; atanjard, 4VJ 4Pa. K TE No. t, Jc. RARLE Y-forejJUB. TlilOTHT il-ztHjlLH ClxiVKK (IJliMl BUTTi-R ausuly; cresanarles. 2126c; dairies, Istrec tXKia tay; reretpts ISO rases; at dark, cases Included, italic; flrsLs. Uc; uim fir La. 2uc. CHEK-StadCr; dalslea. 14314V:; twins. 11 iirc; y iix JLmeriias. lljiUac; lung bora, l$14Ic. liTTArofa U'eal: Chics to fancy. JtirTBc; fas- te goud. st&ic. PtHl-Ti:y jfjfJO,- turaoa, lC chlck ars. 11W-; sirait. Uc- VXlU-Su4y- Ui lit w-Ih. wts, ss to Mrtix. u. JVfcjS-nflr; to UU-ln. ata 11a. Xjaitr snvRKmeot ctf pmdoce-: Raaeniia. Shlnroents. Flour. tftOa - l wo 18. lot WhaaL bm. L K. W sti.al Corn, . Hl.SuO lll.soo Oaia. bu. )4IU - l.ltn) Kir. bu 3ai 3,;ie0 Barley, bu. I3t.ui0 2S.JU0 Cailot receipts: Vhat 37 cars, with 11 of contract grade; corn, 3u0 cars, with 96 or contract grade; oats, 12a cars. Kecipt of wheat at Chicago. Minn. spoils und Dulutti Were 918 cars, com pared with 621 cars last week and 67s Cars tna oorrespoaaiog day a year ago. SEW YORK GE ER A V. MARKET Oaotatloas at the Day oa Vartoas Commodities. NEW YORK. 8"pt. !3.-FLOUR-Firm; spring patents, 86 ti5 SO; winter strsisht, 34 0iU4.1S; w inter patents, $4.iVa4 spring clears. M tvii4 .i"; winter extras No. 1, $..su ti X 76; winter extras No. 8. $3.a.v'.1 45; Kan sas straights, 64. t "ft 4 4"i. Rye flour, firm; fair to kuuu, 4. oi 9u ; choice to fancy, JiOo'ot". 30. C'JKN M E AI Ptead v ; fine white and yellow, II 4)rirl.42Vi,' coarse, ll.36'al.40; kiln dried, H fro. WHEAT Ppot msrket, easy; No. 2 red, I'S-V-, el"ator. export bals, and $101, f o. h. afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth, 31 19, f. o. b. afloat. Futures market was easier under moderate liquidation, owing to dis app'lnting cables and larger receipts and lower market in the northwest, cosing y to net lower. Pt ptember closed st $I00, December at 1 W 5-16 and May at 1.09 V. CORN Fpot market easy; No. 1, 75e, elevator, domestic basis, to arrive, and 74'o f. o. b. s float, export basis. Futures market was nominal. OATS ypot market, steady; standard white, 62c; No. I, 52Hc; No. 3. 52c; No. 4, 51c; natural white and clipped, 51Vyo&c. Futures markpt was nominal. HAY St-adv; tirime, 31.2.".; No. 1. 81.15 1.20; No. 2. 1.15: No. 3, .VJ7$1.(5. HIDES Dull; Central America, 2oc; LoKota, 2H4ti'.'2'4r. LEATHER Firm: hemlock firsts. 21V4 27r; seconds, 2."(i-3c; thirds, 19,i.r-'0c; re Jccts, 1'iC. rilOVISIONB rork, steady; mess, 112.50 ff13.i; famllv. $13.5""fr :4 CJ: beef hams. $'.1.5f'(i02.iii. Cut meats, quiet; pickled bellies. 10 to 14 lbs., 311 2.".ii 13.50; pickled hams, )3.0tgl3 5 Lard, firm; middle west prime. $9 509 60; refined, steadv; continent. 410 05; South America, lio.feo; compound, 8VOOi8.25. TALLOW Easier; prime city, hhds., 'ii'Tc: countrv, 6vu7c. Hl'TTER Firm; unchanged. . CHEEST'V-Firm; weekly exports, esti mated, 4 no boxes. EG'JS-Stnady; unchanged. POULTRY Alive, quiet; western spring chickens, 14c; fowls-, 13frlc; tur kess 1Sc; dressed, easy; western broll eis, W'i IPS'?; fowls, l"i l7c; spring tur keys, selected. 2?c; others, lOijlSc, Corn nn:l Wbeat Heaiea Balletln. For the twenty-four hours ending at 8 & a. in. fcaturday. September 23, 1911: OMAHA DISTRICT. Temp. Kaln- Stations. Max. Min. lal.. Sky. Ashland M 04 .w Cloudy Auburn W 64 ,oo I't. cloudy broken Bow .. MS 60 .00 Cloudy Columbus Si 53 .00 Cloudy Culbertsun 94 42 .00 Clear Fairbury W 57 .00 Ft. cloudy Fairmont S3 DO .00 Cloudy Clrand Island .. M W .00 Ft. cloudy llai-tington .... 8s CO .00 Cloudy Hastings 85 67 .00 Clear Holdrege 8 66 .(0 Clear Lincoln U 65 .00 Cloudy North Platte .. 92 48 .00 Ft. cloudy Oakdale 85 68 .00 Cloudy Omaha 81 56 .00 Clear Tekamah 86 61 .00 Cloudy Valentine 90 48 .00 Cloudy Sioux City, la. 84 63 .00 Cloudy Alt, la 83 66 .00 Pt. cloudy Carroll. la 82 64 .00 Clear Clarinda. Ia.... 80 61 .00 Clear Sibley, la 81 a 64 .00 Cloudy Minimum temperature for twelve-hour period ending at 8 a. m. DISTRICT AVERAGES. No. of -Temp Kaln- Dlstrlct. Stations. Max. Mln. fall. Columbus, 0 17 Indiana'lls. Ind. 11 Chicago, III 26 St Louis, Mo... 25 Des Moines. Ia.. 21 Mlnne'lls, Minn. 30 Kan. City Mo.. 24 Omaha. Neb 18 73 62 . 00 72 60 .00 74 60 .00 78 62 .00 78 64 .10 74 46 82 6K .00 86 66 .00 Temperatures are higher over the corn and wheat region east of the Missouri river, but colder weather Is moving in over the western portion. No rain worthy of mention occurred In the corn belt with in the last twenty-four hours. L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster. Weather Bureau. St. Louts General Market. ST. LOUIS, Mo., Sept. 23. WHEAT Futures, higher: December. 9SaM8.c: May, 1.04V. Cash, higher; track, No. 3 red. 97Vttbic; No. 2 hard, 81.0Ojil-o6. coi-uv weak: December. 62Hc; May. 65H'atVic. Cash, firm; track. No. i, 684c; No. 8 white, tttVtc UAiB- week: uecemoer. tic: May. 4Hc cash, firm; track. No. 2, 4oc; No. i wntte, 4IV4C. , .''.'' KTiS Strong; 95c. FLOUR Firm: red winter patents, 84.40 64.90: extra fancy and straight. 84.00iil 4.35; hard winter clears, I3.2wu4.60. bBisu-nmoiny, xiz.uuAit.au. CORN MEAL 83.10. BRAN steady: sacked east track. 81.18 (8116. may steady; timothy. 820.oob26.ov; prairie, 812.OtKga6.00. FKOVisiUNtt Fork, unchanged: lob bing, 315.50. Lard, higher; prime steam. 9.22Vkr9.32V. Dry salt meats, unchanged; Doxeo extia snorts, 9.w; clear rlDs, xa.uo; short clears, 89.12Vs. Bacon, unchanged; boxed extra shorts, 310.00; clear ribs. 10.00; short clears, 810.12Vs. POULTRY Weak; chickens. 10V4c; springs, 10Vc; turkeys, lbc; ducks, 12Vmi: geese, 8V4c. butter steady; creamery, 20QfZ6c. EGGS Firm; 17VQ2mc Receipts. Shipments. Flour, bbls 13,000 9,600 Wheat bu 47.000 47.OU0 Corn, bu 76,000 38.000 Oats, bu 68,000 56,000 Kansas City Grain and Provisions. KANSAS CITT, Sept. 2S. WHEAT Unchanged to lc higher: No. 3 hard, 97cA 31.03. No. 3. 9ecv81.ui; No. 2 red, 9t4(96Hc; mo. i. imhwc; ueoemoer. wwawc ; jusy. l.OSC. corn unchanged to ho higher: no. 8 mixed. 67c; No. i. 66Vc; No. 3 white, 67c; jno. 3. 6ac: uecemDer. aiviioi'c: May. 64tc. OATS Unchanged to Ho higher; No. t white, 4tVkH47Vsc; No. I mixed. 46VV&46C RYE 8SisJC. HAY Steady; choice timothy, H8.60 19.00; choice prairie, 313.t047l3.06. BUT 1ER Creamery, tec; flrsU. Zio; seconds, 31c; packing stock, 17c EGGa-Extras, UVkc; firsts. 19Vsc; seconds, I2Vkc. Minneapolis Grata Market. MINNEAPOLIS. Sept 23. WHEAT September, l.UbHi December, 31.11 Vt; May, 81.15i; No. 1 hard, 3L12V; No. 1 northern, 1.104ttl.U; No. 3 northern, U-07VH.0s; No. 8. 31.03W&1-06V FLAX 2.38. BARLEY 7&C&3L11 CORN-No. 3 yellow, (7Q68e. OATS 44V&45c RYE No. I. 90c. BRAN 421 60412 00. FLOUR FU.t patenta, 8S.16S5.40; second patents, 4.664.o; first clears, 82.6043-3.66; second clears, 2.600176. Mllwaakee Grata Market. MILWAUKEE, Sept 23. WHEAT No. 1 northern, ILooVxl-UVt; No. 8 northern, 31.0601.09; No. 1 velvet chaff. U. OS. Los; No. 3 velvet chaff. LO31.04; No. 3 hard winter. 9!cl.ul; Dacembar, 0Vw&wo; May, 81.0rS. OATS Standard, 47B47Vc! BARLEY Malting, ll-LLX Liverpool Grala Market. LIVERPOOL, Sept 23. WHEAT Spot, steady; No. 8 Manitoba, 6s Id; futures easy; October, 7s 4Vd; December, 7s i7d; March, 7s 7;d. CORN Quiet for spot; American mixed, 6s 3d; futures easy; October, 6s 11-i.d. Jan uary, 6s Hd. I'eorla Market. PEORIA. Sept. 23. CORN Higher; No. 3 white, 6Sc; No. 3 yellow. &c; No. 3 yeuow, sbc, jc. yellow, f7Vc; No. 3 mixed, foe; No. 4 mixed, 67c OATS Higher; No. 8 white, 4SV.C; standard. 46vc; No. 3 white. 4.".c. Dalatk Grala Market. DULUTH. Sept 23. WHEAT No. 2 hard, 31.U; No. 1 northern, 3111; No. 8 northern. 10731.09; No. 3. 1.04 1.06; September, 31.11, bid; December, 31.11, bid; May, tl.l4. nominal. OATS 45c Boston Mining Stocks. BOSTON, Sept 83. Closing quotations on stocks today: AIIoims U Mohawk II Aml. Coppr 4fc' Nvada Con 14 A. Z L A llw KIpMDi Ml DM ... Arituaa Con 7b Nona buu 11 b a C. C. S. M. 4 North take Bulla Ooalliioa .... US, Old iMmialoa li Cal. A ArlionA V Oarenla kl I l. a 11. I 374 Parratt S. A C 7 lutODtal Qutacy M l op. Hanta C. C. Shauaoa VI, Eaat Bulla C. M. .. at buparlor U Kraaklia flup.tlor 4k B. at... I4 Clroua Coa Tamaxack t Graabr Coa Ihs, I). (SR. M . 11 X C,rna Canaoaa .... 4 do pfi 44 UM Kola Coppar.. it Vlah Con 11 Korr Laa s l iah Caspar Os 4 Laaa Coppar ,.. 13 Wloosa La (alia Coppar ISa Walvarias 1 SiUUBt Coppv IT, Hank t lenrlnxa. OMAHA. Sept. Rank cleartnea for today, were 32.117.367. 44 and for the enr responllng day last year 82.327,240.47. NEW YORK. STOCK MARKET Wall Street Surprisingly Calm Con trasted with Previous Day. 0ALS RULE IN MOST CASES High-Class Railroad Blocks 1 nloa raclfle Adraares More Than Point. NEW YORK. Sept. 2TI. Contrasted with yesterday's tempestuous trsding the stock market today was surprisingly cslm. There wss no further crush of liquidation In United Ststes Steel snd the extreme nervousness of the preceding dsy disappeared. Movements of stocks, while uncertain, were not lsrgs. Following the advance In stocks In London, the market opened with a ma Jorltr of gain a United States Steel sold st 67V4. a gsln of 14 from yesterday's close. The preferred opened at .106H. a gain of a point. Rallies and reactions were frequent. The trading In common stock fell 3 points, but quickly recovered. At the close the preferred stock wss unchanged, and the common half higher on the day. A conspicuous feature was the strength of high class railroad stocks. Union Pacific, Reading ft Lehigh Val ley advanced more than a point, al though the gains were lost later. The Hill stocks were comparatively neglected and Canadian reciprocity as an Issue seemed to have been relegated to the realm of thlnps forgotten. london was a persistent buyer, taking larire amounts of United States Steel and the active railway Issues. Acute weakness developed In the cop per stocks. American Smelting and Amalgamated Copper fell to the lowest point since 19ot, with no news to account for the movement other than mere rum ors of possible government Investiga tion. The bond market was Irregular. Total sales, par value, 31.045.000. United States bonds were unchanged on call on the week. Number of sales and leading quotations on stocks were as follows: Fflen Ulah. Low. Cloaa. Allla-Chalmera pfd If 1vt 1H 16 Amalgamated Cnpper ... U K B;-, m 4Tt Amarli-an Agricultural .. 100 411 47 14 Am. Daet Busar "0 (0 40a 4U American Can 3.f la n 4-4 American c. F 1"0 44'4 44' 444 ' Am. cotton OH 1.000 (1 toVt American H t. pfd 1J Am c Securities 1T4 American l.lnjiepi flj American lyicomoilva 804 American P R 4MHI i4 S14 Am. BAR rf'l 400 100 in Am. Steel Foun1rlci , ..... M Am. Surar RoNnlnx 114 American T T l.MM I44 U414 American Tobacco pfd Slty American Woolen 100 1114 1x14 Ii4 Anaconda Mlnlnt Co 1.700 II 4 It 2 Atchlaon 3.200 jojh 10:4 101S AO hlpon rtd 100 10H4 101 m Atlantic Coast Una 1H naltlmora .- Ohio 7oo M14 ki wj Pethleham Steel 00 ?4 , fT Brooklyn Faplit Tr SOO 7 TJ 1Z Canadlaa Pacific 3.M0 JITMi 3 t? Cerrtral tather 100 1H 16 lUj Central Laatlier pfd 1'4 Central of New jersey Oheaapeaka Ohio SOU 70 704, 70, Chlcaao A Alton So Chlcaa-o Q. W'.. new 1744 Chlcaao O. W. pfd S4 Ctilcaao Ik V. 7 tw C, M. St. P J.!0 11S"4 11H4 C p.. c. A ftt. t 1,000 r, r. Colorado F A 1 5M 8H4 IS H1 Colorado AV Sontharn 44 4.1 ' 434 Consolidated Oal 104 Ul 1HH 19! Corn Producta 600 ilT, 1144 1l Delaware A Hudaon rienver A Rio Orande.... " 400 M tja M1 Penver A R. O. pfd 444 Mutlllera' Securltlea 1"0 S04 804 SO Trie 4 S00 814 104, r Erie lt Pfd 00 1014 to M Prla d pfd 100 It 41 40 Oeneral Blectrlc on 14K 14S 141 Oreat Northern nfd 1 400 11 its tt Oreal Northern Ore etfi.. oo 4s 4S 44 Illinola Central too 1H js JW14 lntarooroufh Met too n4 18S 1"4 Int. Met. pfd 400 414 '"4 4!4 Tnternatlopal Hanreater .. 1.100 10J 101 10! K, Int. Marin pfd 144 Tnternatlopal Paper 100 104, 1044 10 International pump too t ! tt4 Iowa Cenrral IT14 Kansas -City goatheni.... 100 Tt tf 17 Ktwu ntT Bo. pfd . s!1 Trlede Oaa Soo 10714 1074 loj LonlarUte A Na.hnlla... 600 UM 1 II Minn A Rt. Txmla 100 4 4H U M . St. P. A 8. 9, M ... , too U6 12H 1"4 Mlaaonrl. K A T 4 M . K. A T. pfd Mlasourl Pacific 1,100 ! tSH i National Blaenlt in4 National Lead 1,700 44 44 44 V R. Tt ef M. td pfd ..... t"1 New York Central 0 1014 -fom lOtU N. T., O w , 400 SH W S4 Korfoiii A Waatara 100 100 100 - lon4 North American tt54 Northern Pacific oo 1144 114 114 Pacific Mall 00 10 194 l4 PannaTlranla 1.000 111 114 1lH Paopla'a Oaa lotH p . r., r st. b i Plttahunrh Coal 17 Preeaed Bleel Car V MV4 M Pullman Palaee Car 100 1S4 14 14 Hallway tteel Sprint 4 Haadlna; M.100 1404 14 ! Hepuhlle Steal l.ron Il"4 n Ttepiihltc Sleet pfd o0 4t4 4 4 Bock Ialand Co ano 14 14 ! Fork Ialand ev,. nfd ... W0 4 4f 44 St. t. A S F. Id pfd... 100 14 18 4 W St Iyula S W ... 0 St. t 8 W pfd 100 9 K9 4 Ploa-(rheffleld . A I.... 800 S J Southam Paelfle .oo 1004 1074 1074 Southern Railway 800 14 164 1H So. Rallwa' Pfd 100 414 684 8 Tenneaea Conoar 11 Teaa A Pacific 400 4 M4 n T., St. L. A W 100 14 1S II T . St. I. A W. pfd JOO 414 41 41 fnlon Pacific IT.SHO0 160 Ia IMS Colon Pacific nfd SOO 04 0 4 t'nltad states FaaltT 64 rntted States Fnbbar.... I SO 844 1H MH T'nltad Stataa Steal l ine 674 U4 t4 r 8. Stael pfd 7 ano ioa 1064 14 rtah roonae 1, 700 414 40 40 v. -Carolina Chemical .. 400 4 484 w-ahaah Ht Wahaah Pfd 100 14 14 ?4 'eam Maryland M wrtinhona Klactrle .. 7oo o 64 6 Waatara Cnlon 0 744 74 7 Wheeiina A U T 4 L-Mh Vallar M 000 1MU 1644 166 Total sales for the lay, 44.100 ananas. New York Money Market. NEW YORK. Bept 23. MONEY ON CALL Nominal. TIME LOANS Firm; six days, 3M03H; per cent; ninety days, 364 per cent; six months, 4 per cent. PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 4 per cent. COMMERCIAL BILLS 4.S314. Pr cent. SILVER Bar, UVtc; Mexican dollars. 46c. BONDS Government, steady; ralroad, Irregular. STERLING EXCHANGE Steady, with actual business In bankers' bills at 4 S326 per cent for sixty-day bills, and at 4.8666 per cent for demand. Quotations on bonds today were as fol lows: V. g. raf. ts. rag. .1004 Int. M. M. 4..... 44 4 Is. coupon IU04 Japan 4a 6 4o ia. rag 101 V, do 44a 4 to la, eonpoa lul'-K. C Be. lat U ... 74 do 4a, ras 118 U. 8. dak. 4a mi.. l da 4a. co u po a 1UU A N. nnl. 4a.... 4 Allla-Chai. lat la.. 64 M. K. A T. 1st 4a.. 74 An. Arri. ia 1014 do gaa. 44a 444 A. T. A T. a. la-losaaMo. Pacific 4a ... 71 Am. Tobawee 4a.... 664N. R.K. ml M. 44a 12 do ta l('oN Y. C. t 14a.... 87 Armour A Co. 44a.. 12 do dab. 4a H4 Ateblaon tan. ta.... 4N. Y. N. H. A H. do cv. 4a 1044 cr. a lt 4a cv. 4a ion N. A W. lat c. ta.. 4 A. C. L. lat 4a W4 do n. 4a 101 Bal. A Ohio 4a 84No. Pacific 4a M do 14a ! do ia 41 do S. W. 14 .... t!SO. g. u rfds. 4a... M Brook. Tr. ev. U... 4 Perm. cr. 44a 1116. M Can. of oa. U 104 'do eon. 4a. 10 On. Leather 6a ... M Readlna (en. 4a (7 C. e N. J. g. a. .lil g. L. A 8. . tg 4a 77 i-haa. A Ohio 44a.lvu do fan. 6a 64 00 rat. aa. a2Bt. I. s. w. a. a . 7 Chicago a A 14a.. t do lat sold 4a..... 1 C. B, A Q 1. as... M 8. A L. 4a 744 do tea 4a M to. Pac. aol. 4s... 1 C. M At. P. g 14 do cv. 4a Ht C. It. I. A P. a. 4s 70 do lat rat. 4e 4 da rft. 4a IS4o. Railway la 11 Cola. Ind. aa 74 da gen. 4a 764 Colo. hlid. 4a 0 Union PacKle ta....lnu C. A 8. r A a 44 aa sv. ia 1014 r a H. ev. 4a (7 ado lat ref 4s.... K ap. R O. tt... 14V. 8. Kubber 4. ...10S4 ea raf aa a U. 8. Sual Id aa .101 Dlatlllara 6a 71 Va -Car. Chant, aa.. M liia p. 1 4a Hwabaah lat 6a 107 do tea. 4a 76 da lat A ai. 4a... 67 So ev. 4a aar. A.. IS4Waatam Md. 4a 64 aa aarlas B 76 eat. glac. . ia.. (1 Ga Elac. ev. 6a. ..161 W'U Central 4a.... M 111. Can lat rat. 4a. H Mo. Pac. cv. 6a 6 lnt Met 44a 714 Panama la 101 Bid. OMered. Clearlasr Hens Bank Statement. NEW YORK. Sept 23. -The statement of clearing house banks for the week showa that the banks hold 324.459.400 re serve in excess of iegsl requirement This Is an increase of Sl.U0.4ut) in the proportionate cash reserve as compared w'th last week. The statement follows: Daily average: Increase Loans S1.S31.SM.000 3 !5 000 Specie 31.2 "0 3 262 0i Legal tenders .... 83 827.A' "n.fct ono Net deposits l,S.944.0no J.933.000 Circulation 49 M.04) lstt.iJU0 KxcesK lawful re serve I4.4F.9 400 1 120 400 irust companies reserve witn clearing house member carry In 2$ per cent cash reerve. r. anr fiofi Psnks cash resene In vaults. ..t37O.731.0iQ Tmst companies' cash reserve In vsult O 35TKWI Aggregate cash reserve 43t,nsi,0() Actual condition. loans Sl.P?.4S.0ot S.IMia r-necle J4s.7M.fi. . w orn Legal tenders .... R2 (Mi ftoo ? (vv Net deHisits l.knO.lKi.OO S.7.VQ Clrculailon ,40.iio ih.oi) Panks cash reserve Jo vault ...t".077.n0 Trust companies cash reserve In vault S W3 0WI Aggresate cash reserve 432.),00O Excess lawful re serve J4.rW.0ro 904. s Trust companies' reserve with clearing house members carry ing 25 per cent cash reserve., ft J7.orvt Summary of state banks and trust com panies In Greater New York hot report ing to New York clearing house: leereaae. loans t TT.IM.'WI l,pQ Specie 3.47S.!T 815. w Legal tenders .... 11.303.300 17 oi Total deposits .... 708.7SQ TSi.VQ decrease. London Stork Market. LONPON. Sept. 33 Amerloan nectin ties opened steady and a fraction higher here today and later Improved with United State Steel and Union Pacific ac tive leaders. The closing was steady at prices ranging from Vfln9 higher than yesterday's New York closing. London closing toc quotations: Conaola. money ... 774 Loulalrlle A Naah.,1414 ia account 77V, Ms. Kan. A Tax., 19 Amal. Coppar 644 New York Central. .105 Anaconda 4 Norflok a Weatera. .10.1 Atchlaon 10M do pfd 0 dp pfd 1014 Ontario A Western,. 104 naltlmora A Ohio.. 4 Penaylranla 414 Canadian Pacific. .. .1814 Hand Mlaas ' Chesapeake A Ohio. .7!,Rc.0'ni 71 Chi. Great We.larn . 14 Southarn Railway.... 17 Chi Mil. A St. P. .116 4o pfd W Da Bean 17 Soutbarn Pacific... m Denver A R. G 134 Inlon Pacific 16 do pfd 44 do pfd ! Erla 11 V. 8. Steal 68 do lat pfd 614 do pfd 104 do 2d pfd 42 Wabaah I84 Grand Trunk M4 4 9ti 1 3t Illinola Central ....114 S1L.VKR Bar, steady, 2IV.C, money, 1 il per cent. The rate of discount In the open market for short hills. 34. per cent; three months' bills. 34 lei cent. New York Mining Storks. NEW YORK. Sept. 2:i.-Clolng quota tions on the Mining exenange: Alice 160 Utile It let I tomatoes T. atock II Mexican M0 do bonda II Ontario loo Con. Cal. A Va HOOphlr ...1M I Horn (liver 10 'Standard 100 I Iron Silver so Tallow Jacket S leadvllle Con 10 Offered. t Coffee Market. NEW YORK, Sept. 23 COFrtE Futures opened -irregular at an advance of 4 to 15 points on the near months, which made new high records on con tinued covering and bull support based on the firmness of the spot situation In both consuming and producing markets. Later positions started from 3 to 4 points lotver under scattered realizing promoted by rather disappointing Euro pean cables, but gradually steadied up on trade buying and In sympathy with the near month firmness while near position eared off a shade during the morning under profit tsking. The close was steady at a net advance of 3 to 11 points. Sales, 76.2C) bags. September, 12.80o; October, 12.74c; November, 12flfio; December, 12.59c; January, 12.45c; Feb ruary, 12.36c; March, April, May, June, July and -August, 18.28c. i Havre was unchanged. Hamburg opened 14 to pfg. higher, but lost the advance. Rio, firm; 20 relt higher at 8.275. Santos 150 rels higher 4s 83200; 7s klooO. Receipts at the two Brazilian ports 93.000 against 79,000 last year. Jundiahy receipts 70,000 against 64,400 last year. Fine weather was reported in all districts of Sao Paulo, . minimum temperature 444 degrees. New York warehouse deliveries yesterday 13,988 bags against 29,563 lasit year. Spot coffee, firm: Rio No. 7. 141ll-lc; Santos No. 4, 14l&loc. Mild, quiet; Cordova, 14w 16Vc, nominal. Cotton Market. NEW YORK, Sept. 23. COTTON Fu tures closed barely steady; September, 10.58c: October, 10.53c; November, 10.53c; December I0.2c; January, 10 69c: Febru ary, 10.64c; March. 10.72o; April, 10.76c; May, 10.83c; June, 10.83c. Spot closed quiet, 15 points lower; middling uplands, 10.85c; middling gulf, 11.10c; no sales. -' Dry Oeaa Market. NEW YORK. Bept 23. DRY GOODS The observance of a close Jewish holiday caused quiet conditions In the pry,rary goods markets for the day. Values are holding fairly steady at the new levels current. Sugar Market. NEW YORK Sept. 23. SUGAR Raw, firm; muscovado, 89 test, 6.46V4c; centrif ugal, 96 test 6.964)0; molasses, 89 test 5.214)0; refined firm; cubes, 7c; granu lated, 1,75c; powdered, 85c Omaha Hay Market. OMAHA, Sept. HAT No. t SltOO; No. 2, 3U.O0; coarse, SlO.bO; packing stock, I7.00H900; alfalfa. 113.00. Straw: Wheat 14.505.00; rye and oats. 5dia.fl0. Wool Market. ST. LOUIS, SepL 23. WOOL Steady ; territory and western mediums, 17itfrJJVc; fine mediums, 17319c; fine, 11 15c. Oils and Roala. SAVANNAH, 8ept. J3. TURPENTINE -Firm; 50Vo bid. ROSIN-Flrm; F, $6. 55. NEBRASKA AND IOWA PATENTS Llat of Nebraska and Iewa Inventors Who Have Been Granted Let ters Patent. Official list of letters patent of Inven tion, Issued from the United States pat ent office at Washington, D. C, to In habitants of Iowa and of Nebraska, lor the week ending September 23. 1911, as reported from the office of Wlllard Eddy, solicitor of patents and counselor hi patent cases, 1530 City National bank building, Omaha: To Matthias J. and P. P. Adams of Turkey Rivet, la., for wheelhub. To Luciar. H. Appleman of Clearmont. Ia., for starting device. To Charles H. Falls of Nashua. Ia., for animal trap. To Herman C. Fuhrman of Cedar Rapids, la., for means for automatically draining pumpa To Carl A. Kiud of Dubuque. Ia., for window fastener. To James McCalley of Corning, Ia., for windmill. To Clarence II. MoCaughey of ' Rock Ilaplds. Is,, for disk grinding machine. To John M. McDonald of Dubuque, Ia., for bath tub fitting. To Nathanal S. Peterman of Garwln, Ia.. for burial casket. To Theodore W. Schaefer of Burling ton, Ia., for fence post construction. To Charles E. Shaffer of Morrill, Neb., for wind motor. To Herman L. Swanson of Stromsburg, Neb., for bundle fastener. To George W. Thomas at Bad Oak, Ia., for loose leaf binder. To John A. Tornqulat of Davenport I a., for electric fuse. To Leslie W. Veitch of Des Moines, Ia., for vegetable cutter. To James L.' Woods of Cedar Rapids, Ia., for barber's comb. To John M. Wright of Brainard. Neb.; for wheeled cultivator. HE WONDERS IF OMAHA HOTELS HAVE BATHTUBS L. A. Morey, grain man of New York City, hag written to Secretary Manches ter of the Grain exchange asking If the Omaha hotels provide baths. If they do be says he will bring fifteen to twenty five grala men from his city and other New York towns to the grain mac's na tional convention In October. Secretary Manchester has a drawer full of acceptances to Invitations sent out for the convention. They are from Canada to Florida and from New York to the crest of the Rockies. Persistent advertising Is the Road to Big; Returns. OMAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET Cattle Generally Ten to Fifteen Higher for Week. HOGS ABE L0WIR FOR WEEK! keen and Lambs In Smaller gnpply Tkls Week Than Last, with Prices Meetly Twenty Five Cents Hlaher. SOUTH OMAHA. Hept. 13, Ml. Receipts were: Cattle. Hoes. 5heep. Official Monday ..... Official Tuesday ... Official Wednesday tittlcial Thursday .. Official Friday Estimate Saturday . "Is days this week.. 30. 1M Same days last week..30.ori Same days 3 wks ago..?o.44 Same dae 3 wks aio..30.7H7 Same days 4 wks ago..)1 Ssme dsys last year..42,21i td.iaM 1W.033 2i.ti.8 ISi.ooi 27, W4 HO.isM i.M 1.710 33.(123 W.l i,l33 ltO.eKU The following tsble shows the average firlees for hogs at South umaha for the sat several days, with comparisons: Dates. I 18U. mO.190.190.il07. 11306. ilW5. Sept. U fept. 13 Sept. 15 1 Sept 15 aept 17, Sept. ii Sept 19 Sept. 30. 1 Sept. 31. 1 Sept. 22. 1 Sept. Z'i 9 27 I 15 8 M S k8 t Vi 71! 5 kS 6 90, S 33 00, 8 21 OKI 6 14 5 29 U ( 0m S 31 0; 5 33 Ob I 6 S9 12 8 30 14! 5 U f 5 -K 6 84Sl 71N 11 T0H I Wt 1M 7 95: I 6 00 8 06 Mi ' 8 06 S lu 14 6 Ml ( 90 (Ml (M a aii ii im C 83 6 7: I t 73, rr 4 64, Ml I -M 6 89 t 93! a ii 8 V I 47 12 8 43j 8 10; k 40 ; a 12 Sunday. Receipts and disposition of live stock the Union Stock lards. South Omaha, twenty-tour hours ending at 3 P m. V at for ee- teniay : RECEIPTS CARS. Cattle. Hogs. II' C. M. & St. P ,.. .. 4 Mlseouii r'aclfic 1 1 I'nlun i'acitic 8 C. Ac N. W., east 3 C. oi N. W., west 26 C, St. P.. M. dfc 0 3 C. H. Ai Q , east 1 9 C, B. AS (J., west 9 C, R. I. A P., east Illinois Central 1 Chicago Oreat Western 1 r s. i Total receipts 2 68 3 DlSl'USlTlON-HEAD. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Omaha Packing Co ul Swill ami Con, puny 1,.W .... Cudahy Packing Co Ki2 .... Armour A Co 1,243 .... Cudahy, Kansas City 80 .... Other buyers 15 .... l.loo Total 95 4,23 1.133 CATTLE Receipts of cattle were of no consequence today, there being no market as usual on a Saturday. For the week receipts have been very fair, being about on a par with recent weeks, but. still, there has been a shortage of around 12,000 head aa compared with the corre sponding week of last year. 'I' he shortage In cattle is becoming a market featura of the cattle trade, the falling off at this point for the month to date amount ing to about 4o,tiu0 head. Other market points are suffering reductions In about the sams proportion. The demand for beef steers throughout the week has been very fair, and owing to moderate receipts noted above, have gradually firmed up until killing cattle of all kinds, cow stuff as well as steer stuff, are at the cloi-e of the week lt(ji.jc higher than a week ago. As high as 37.90 was paid for choice corn-fed steera, which Is as high as has been paid any time this year. The advance in beef steers, together with a fair country demand, has also produced a stronger feeder market and cattle of that dencription are also itXifioc higher than last week. It is a note worthy 'fact, however, that the country Is very bearish in its views and that as soon as prices show any material ad vance the demand decreases proportion ately. Thus the trade toward the close of the week, when prices became higher, was less active than at the beginning. Quotations on native cattle: Good to choice beet steers, ;.25i7.75; fair to good beef steers, S6.5oe7J5; common to fair beef steers, 84.75ti6.C0; good to choice heif ers, 15.000.80; good to choice cows, 14.60 tJi vO; fair to good cows, 83.754.50; com- I. .on to fair cows, tZWJS; veal calves, .. ...78. ..uiatlons on range cattle: Good to choice beef steers, 3o.w46.W; fair to good beef steers, 36.00(55.60; common to fair beet steers, S4.2u'o5.00; good to choice heifers, 44.k04Ji6.2b; good to choice cows, V4.4ou6.10, lair to good cows. 83.754.40; good to choice Blockers and feeders, 85.00 tO&OO; fair to good stocksrs and feeders, 84.255.00; common to fair stocksrs and feeders, I3.50U4.3&; stock hoifers, 83.26(4 140; bulls, stags, etc.. S3.25ft6.u0. IIOUS As compared with yesterday's big bulk of business in bogs, the market ruled strong. Demand at prices easily firm bad a fairly active tone, . but after early rounds, movement came to a halt and closing trade was very mean, with the trend to values weaker. At 10:30 o'clock there were still a few loa In first hands, despite the fact that .utal supply was very moderate. Out of an estimate of sixty-eight cars, shippers and speculators bought only an add half dozen loads. Quality and weight of ofierings were seasonable, packing stuff being the general rule, with good bacon classes tare exceptions. There was practically no spread In prices that would serve to reflect a dis crimination in weights. Bulk sold at 36.564(6.60, and the best light-weight hogs on sale landed at S8.70, Identical with yes terday's top. This limit is the lowest on record since 'June, a month that claims 86.46 aa high price. A slight increase In receipts this week has been attended by bearish packing demand and a timid shipping Inquiry. Present prices show losses of about l-t 35c from a week ago. Really choice bacon animals were practically lacking on most days and today's top, aa well as thoae made recently, falls to do Justice to the trade. Representative salsa: Na A a. IT. Ma At. IT. 1 IS tO0 4 47i Tl V 140 I 67 "4 64 Ill I I 60 TO 64 140 4 6744 6 lit ... 160 14 tit ... 4 40 121 :J 164 4 60 M 171 ... 40 II 18 ... 6 6 116 ... U 6 u ... 4 6 M 147 ... 40 40 II ... 64 14 137 60 4 60 I let ... ( 64 0 i7 ... 40 14 6i IM 66 64 281 44 6 44 164 W 4 64 M Ill 1W 4 0 r6 ... 66 4 114 10 40 44 la ... 4 66 M U4 41) 0 U 16 110 4 64 17 644 114 4 ao M la 0 66 64 14 60 40 t IOI Mia lu 44 6 13 ... 64 64 M 0 8 II ... H 0 Ul M IN (4 II ... 6 ...., ...171 KIM 44 at! 140 ITU 4 4 Ml 10 ITVi 10 14 ... 40 64 m ... 4 67 l II 64 161 ... 4 47 M Ml 10 41 114 U t 67 61 161 840 4 40 II tt ... S 17 Ui 64 14 44 171 ... I 67 I .'.Ul KM M 4 171 0 67 u, 6 m IM 0 61 If 6 17 6 11 0 41 14) IM ... r 74 10 ... 42 61 191 ... 4 67 76 118 ... 1 6 6 tl 4 17 44 240 40 66 66 161 ... 4 17 16 20 ... 4 46 1st 4 I 67 II laa 40 4 (7 it 7 10 I 67 44 17 ... 70 46 tkl 40 6 67 40 174 ... 4 1 6 aa 1U0 I 67 -wutt lamb trade had iu usual barrel! oaturuay appeal ance; oa- icruay s CMMirance 01 ail t:iaaaa 01 sioca was practically coniuleie. and there was nothing wnatever received at in tne way 01 lre.n oiietings. Quotations reiuatued nominal. Hie main featurea of the week's market were a very heavy decrease In supply and moderate advances 10 price. About Uo.- UuO head were received, this total showing a loss of almost Ui.oOO head irom last week a near-record receipts. - The big eud of daily shipments consisted of laJiiba witn.leeaer union tne general ruie. Fat lambs were ia active demand at all times and keen competition boosted tne price list to levels fully a quarter higher. On two or three occasions choice grades landed at 85-76. and a 8a.0u top was made yesterday oa a string that was alinust faultless from a buyers viewpoint. Merely good fat lambs are closing axuuud 3.aoiu6.(. and quality that la vending below 85.35 at present is not very respecta ble. Fat sheep scored almost as much Im provement as lambs, showing a general sain of 15425c. On most days they were hard to locate, as the run this season Is mainly ons of lambs. Packers cleaned up everything In the way ot good twei, wethers, etc.. without any urging, and upward trend seemed natural. Good ewes moved around t3.6iirjt.7t, the latter figure being high price. Choice wethers reached 84 00, and prime, handy yearlings ware wanted at M WU4M. No complaint was heard from feeder traders, as the demand had lively tone and broad volume. Nebraska and Iowa bought the big bulk of offerings suitable for corn fields and feed lots, paying prices that appear to be largely a quarter above those in force at lat week's close. Feeder lambs rsnged around I' 00 j 5 li, while feeder ewes sold from 83. o down- 11,6.1. l.MJ 4J.U 6D 4'I.Vd 6,(ol .3L'J i7.k4 3.oo2 N.l 1 ' '4 724 3.M3 10.01S 1U 4.K7 ward. Fsckers' tab p'srea the week s purchase of feeders at Onj head, about &"i per cent of the receipts Quotations on 5heep and Lambs Lambs, KtC(l to rlvlct . $" 4-' i6 O41. ihitI'V fair to good. $elO,i v4iv lambs, culls, 14 50 t4 "; lambs, feeders. I4ivi.-"3n. i r llrgs, X'XmI to choice. 4:vVi4 75. vr i'n feeders 4 1)V(50. uetlier. I arrtv, l3reT4 0O: wethers, heavy. SJVfiSl"-: wethers, feelers, H2Mi3-i; ewes, good to rhoiie, .11i33.73. ewes, fair to good, 3,to) fit 40; ewe, breedera, J. J4 O"; ewea, feeders, J ioflj 30: ewes, culls. SloOgjSS. f kleago I. If Hlork Market. CHTCAOO, Sept. 23. CATTLE Receipts istimated at SO head, market dull, beeves, H.ik0.: Texas stecta, St.MHt-j.jA: west ern steers. 14 :tr"l7.10. stockei s and ft ei ers, $ t 15 1 5.V.1: rows and heifers, .?"; calves. K(kfl.75. Hi t;s-Recelpts estimated at 4 OnO head, msrket stesdv. llirht. ; j-.2o: mixed. ; 507.20; heavy, ,6 4'ir7.10; rotieh, 34 40 (lot".; S"od to choice heavy, 16 " 7.10; pigs. 4 Oi -y ;. 40- bulk of sales. t67'Sj;.. SHEEP AND LAM BS Receipts esti mated at 2,om head; market slow, s'eartv; native. t2S'i4 20; western, S? 75ft l.tk; yearllnes. S3.864.Tn; lambs, native, 1400 j.Xi; western, 4.5viTi2i. Kansas City l.hr !tork Market. KANSAS CITY, Sept UT-CATTLK Receipts. 5O0 head. Including 2lo south erns; market steady; native steers. 8-"' 25 08 00; southern steers, 34. fe(rfi."irt; south erns cows snd heifers. 2 75ii4.5o; native cows and heifers, '.i!7.iv; stockers and feeders, S3.4iVi6.0l; bulls. S3.I."'i4.5t.i-. calves, f5.nrrViJ: western steers, $i.7sj 7.25; western cows, $2. 7f.'i 4.7B. llOUS Receipts. l.ioi head; market steady; bulk of sales. $S5iii6 7.V heavy, V;.o"u6.6f.: packers snd butchers, 3''.5tij6 80, Hants. J 501i6 80. SHEEP AND I. A MBS Receipts. 1.000 head; market strong: muttons. ,1.25fi4.2fi: lambs, 55 tjoifl 25; range wethers and yearlings, 3.1. jiHrt.SJ; range ewes, : 50ft 4.25. . I.onla Live Stock Market. 6T . LOUIS. Sept. 2.1 CATTLE Re ceipts. 5(") head. Including 100 Texans; market steadv; native beef steers. $4.5tir 7.00; cows and heifers. S3 ii75i: stock ers and feeders. t-lnOjiSSO; Texas and Indian -steers. Hi"rt7.00; cows and heif ers. I3.i.nuj. w; calves, in car load lots, 4.oofT.-'..oo. HOC.S Receipts S.BM head: market steady: plas and llKhts. S4.J5'i6"0; ack ers, S6.S.V(t 7.15; butchers and best heavy, 86.90 at 37.00. SHEEP AND LAMliS-Kecelpts. M0 head: market steady; native muttons, S350&4.25; lambs, MMu.4ai. St. Joseph l ive atock Market. ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Sept. 23.-4 ATTI.E Receipts 2i0 head; market steady; steers, 34.SKr(i7.7."; cows and heifers, 330iti6.75; calves. $1 notii.oo. Hi HIS Receipts r.OM) head; market steadv; top, f6 S5; bulk of sales, 36 i"m'ii4.75. SHEEP AND I. AM 1)S Receipts none; market nominal; lambs, 35.00u ti.uO. Visiting Ministers Are to Fill Pulpits of Churches Today The following Omaha pulpits will be supplied Sunday by ministers In attend ance at the North Nebraska conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, now In session In Omaha: Penson, Morning Service Rev. S. E. Taft. First Morning Service Prof. O. Frank lin Ream. Baldwin. Kan. First. Evening Service Rev. M. P. Buck. D. D., India. Hanscom Park, Morning Service Rev. Edgar Hlake, D. D., Chicago. Hanscom Park, Evening Service Rev. S. 1). tin r tie. U. II.. Oram! Island. Hirst Memorial, Morning Service Rev. William Esplin, Arlington. Hirst Memorial Evening Service Rev. J. W. Kllpatrlck, Norfolk. McCabe, Morning Service Rev. E. E. Hunt Hot Springs, B. D. Pearl Memorial, Morning Service Rev. J. Franklin Haas, Omaha. Seward Street, Morning Service Rev. C. W. Ray, D. D., Columbus. "irinity. Morning Service lilshop John L. Nuelsen, LL. V., Omaha, Trinity, 7 p. in. Ep worth league rally, Rev. Edwin M. Randall, D. D.. Chicago. Trinity, 8 p. m. Sunday school rally. Rev. Edgar Blake, D. D., Chicago. walnut Hill, Morning service Rev. W. H. Wright Grand Island. Walnut Hill, Evening Service Rev, F. M. Drullner, Madison. Hillside Consrritatlonal. Moraine? See. vice Rev. J. P. Yost, Randolph. urate Lutheran, Evening Service Rev. K. W. G. Hlller, Ph. D.. Hernial North Presbyterian. Morning Service- Rev. J. W. Jennings, p. D., Kansas City. onn x-resoj verian, evening oervice Rev. J. F. Poucher, Stanton. Grace United Evangelical. Morning Service Rev. C. P. Lang. Blair. Grace United Evangelical, Evening Service Rev. 11. H. St. Louis, Pilger. Lowe Avenue Presbyterian, Morning Service L. V. Slocumb, Wlsner. Pairview Preabyterlan. Morning Service Rev. O. W. Snyder, Oakdale. Tne Kev. u. B. Warren, Ph. D.. of Tekamah. will preach at the Broadway Hetnuaist episcopal cnurcn. council Bluffs, at the morning hour. OWNERS OF HOUNDS BACK FROM COURSING MEET Fay Page, Al Mosher, Rarve Wlnslow and J. L. Keenan of Utlca, Neb., re turned Saturday morning' from Fort Dodge, la, where they had their ten hounds in the coursing meet, winning sec ond and third prises. First prise was won by Bums of Chicago. The Utlca men ay that there was a large field of dogs, forty-five having been entered In the all-age and thirty-two in the futur ity class. This year the coursing sport waa hardly up to the average owing1 for some unknown reason to the poor condi tion of the rabbits. MAIDS OF HONOR RECEIVE THEIR BALL INVITATIONS The Invitations which are to be sent to the maids of honor, ladles of th court ladles kn waiting and knights who are to be on the reception committee at the coronation ball, are striking and attrac tive. They are large and In booklet form, the inner leaves cream and the outer ones red, all fastened with a satin red, green and yellow ribbon. On the first cream colored page Is the ooat-of-arms vt Ak-Sar-Ben and the words, "Edict of the King" In (old. Within Is the green lettered summons to the recipient FIRST PLATINUM RINGS ARE NOW SHOWN IN OMAHA The first platinum wedding riqgs ever exhibited In Omsha have been received at the Edholm Jewelry store. They have become the "proper thing" In the east where platlnt m Is now being used most extensively in rings, especially In en gagement rings. The platinum wedding rings harmonise well with the platinum engagement designs, and It Is now con sidered excellent taste to have one of the latter when a solitaire la worn. HYMENEAL."" MrKraa.Wllla. NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., 6ept. 23. (Special.) Ernest J. UcKsan of Ham burg, Ia., was united In marriage last evening at the home of the bride's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi C. Wills, to their daughter. Miss Nellie E. Wills, In the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. The young people have gone on a wedding trip after which they will make their home at Hamburg, Ia. Uoldra Weddlnar at Nebraska City. NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. Sept. 23. (fpecial.) uuorga W. Brown and wTe on .Tuesday celebrate their fiftieth wed ding anniversary. They have a large family and all of the children will be present and they will hold an Informal reception that afternoon from 1 to t o'clock, st their home In this city. They were married some five miles south of this city fifty years ago, and made this county their home ever since. TAFT'S ITINERARY TO WEST Will Make Several Stops in Nebraska Enroute to Denver. PERSOXm, OF THE PARTY Will Travel Most at the Joara'T orr the Haes f the Itarrlwiaa system To Toar Cities on the Coast. The Itlneisry covering the sre"li U"ln bearing President Tsft and his party shows that on his rresent tour his Jour ney will be confined chiefly to the west ern states. The rretrint will 'v Omaha over the Purlltigton October t at J0 30 o'clock rn the morning. His first scheduled stop will be at Lincoln, v. here he will arrive at noon, remaining until 2 o'clock, when h will depart for he wet. He will reach Hastings at 4 o'clock, remnlninir until 8:07 o'clock the same evening, when he will take Ids de parture for Denver, reselling the Union drpot In that city at 7.40 o'clock the morning of October 3. President Taft will remain In Denver all dac, taking the Union Psciflo for Cheyenne, reaching there st 8:30 o'clock In the morning. During the morning ha will bo the guest of the city, continuing" weat nt noon and reaching iJiramle at 1 o'clock, where he will remain an hour. He will arrive st Rawlins at 6:30 o'clock. stopping ten minutes and then start for Salt Lake City, arriving nt 7:55 o'clock in the morning. After spending the day In the I'tnh metropolis the presidential party v. ill be transferred to the Oregon Short Line snd begin the tour through the cosst states. 1 The Tsft perlal train consists of th private' car' "Ideal," two compartment sleeping cars, one diner, one day coach and a bacgage car. The personnel of the rarty follows: President Taft. Charles D. Hllles. sec retary to the president; Major Butt Of the army. Dr. T. L. Rhodes. W. W. MIs chler and C. C. Wagner, stenogrsphers: Arthur Brooks and M. L. .Mickey, mes sengers; .C. E. Colony, representing the Boston Albany railroad; James Sloan. Jr., J. E. Murphy, R. L. Jarvls; R. T. Small and Robert Dougan. Associated Press; E. R. Tartwell, United Press; Sevellon Brown, New York Sun; John B. Pratt. Hearst News service; Royal K. Fuller. New York Hergld; Robert O'Cal lan. New York World; Gus J. Krager, Cincinnati Times-Star; H. E Taff. West ern Union Telerraph company. In making the tour of the United States the Union Pacific and the other roads af the Harrlman system will haul the presi dential special more miles than any of the other lines. On the western roads the Burlington will carry the president's tral-n over l,2t8 miles of roadbed; the Northwestern, i,0l! the Milwaukee. 269; Great Western, Uti; Rock Island, 345; Missouri Pacific, SSS. a total of 3,692. The Union Pacific will haul the train 591 miles; the Oregon Short Line, 1.009; Oregon Railroad Navigation, 347; Southern Pacific, L256; Sam Pedro, 742, a total of 3.947. The grand total aggregates 7,579 out of 11,961 miles that will be covered In the ag gregate. DEATH RECORD. Foneral of Seth F. Stiles. FREMONT. Neb.. Sept 21 (Special.) The funeral of the late Scth F. StHes was held at the Grand Army of the Republlo hall yesterday afternoon. The sermon was by Rev. W. H. Buss, of the Congregational church, and the full burial service of the Gran Army was read. At Ridge cemetery the blue lodge of the Masona took charge. The active pall bearers were selected from tha Masons and the honorary from the vet erans. A telegram from General Qren villa M. Dodge, who was an old per sonal friend of Mr. Stiles, paying a tribute to his services as a soldier waa read. The flag on the city hall waa at hair staff and all city officers attended the funeral. The hall was crowded be fore tha services commenced. Mrs. Adeline C. Lamb. TECUMSEH, Neb., Sept. 23. (Spe cial.) Mrs. Adeline C. Lamb, wife of Henry W. Lamb, died at the family home In this city at 1:15 a. m. yester day. Mrs. Lamb had beeu In falling health for a number of years and, her final Ulnes datea from Mar. A com plication of diseases was the causa of death. Mrs. L'.mb waa 73 years of age. The Lamb family has resided here for over forty years. Besides the husband Mrs. Lamb Is survived by a son, Edwin Lajnb, a former attorney of Lincoln, but now city attorney of Butte, Mont Tho son will come on to Tecumseh to attend tha obsequies. The funeral probably will be held Sunday. Charles Kemptar. CAIRO, Neb., Sept 23. (Special.)- Charles Kemptar, one of the most prom inent and well-to-do farmers In this community, died yesterday morning from apoplexy. It Is the opinion of tho physician that the stroke was brought on by over-exertion running to catch a train at Grand Island yesterday after noon, aa he was taken sick shortly after arriving at the depot The deceased was 57 years old and leaves a widow and several children, all grown. Mrs. Mary A. Yewell. NEBRASKA CITY. Sept 23 (Spe cial.) Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Mary A. Yowell, wife of Samuel J. YowelL died at her home In this city after an Illness of a year or more. She had keen a resident of this city for the last tea years and prior to that time resldad at Sidney, Ia. She waa 60 rears of age and la survived by a husband, three sons and a daughter. Her funeral will be held 6unday afternoon from the fam ily residence. , Mrs. J. B. tain. Mrs. J. B. Cain died on Friday morn ing at the family residence, 1917 Grace street aged 71 years. She had been an In valid for many years. She Is survived by her husband, br. J. B. Cain, and three qhildren, W. M. Cain of Schuyler, J. W. Cain of Omaha, and John S. Cain of Springfield, 111. Tho funeral will be held Sunday afternoon from the famity resi dence. Interment will be at Foreot Lawn cemetery, Bernard Colentaa. MANSON. Ia, Sept 23 (Special.) Bernard Coleman, a retired farmer and prominent capitalist of this place, died suddsnly yesterday afternoon when stricken with apoplexy while helping to build a barn at his noma James Kelly. SEWARD, Neb., Sept 23. (Special.) James Kelly, lata Drivate of Cnmnanv K, Fortieth regiment Iowa infantry, died In the hoapltal of the Soldiers' hoius on Friday, sged 68 years. . IlalldlasT Permits. Stroud & Co.. Twentieth and Belt Line, shops, $1,300 ; 8. H. Smith. ;vH Vinton, frame dwelling, 8600; W. A. Bchall, 2345 South Thirty-second avenue brick dwelling. 87,6); Haatmya ft Hy den. 13 South Twenty-fifth, frame dwelling. S2.5uu; T. E. l'rlti hard. ivs44 North Thirtieth, frame dwelling. $1 6uo Charles Horn. U591 Plnknev. frame dwel ling, $2,500: Plnkney. $2 5no: 2577 Plnk ney, $-.5uu; R Paul, &C7 Parker, (ram dwelling. $2,000.