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Tin: BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1911
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Puzlia Situation Exists in Regard
to the Vihfat Trade.
PRICES ARE STUBBORNLY FIRM
With Sign of tlearlnaj and lav
pr.Med Weather Otfr the- Torn
Melt Prices Are Easier in
Jiplte of Dtiutl Door.
OMAHA. Oct. . 1U.
The when.! trade Ih srestlv Puizled
Foreign political news Is Having no effect
unlf-s rre?li complies Hons aeveiop.
Wet w earner condition In the north-
nt irakB It possible to advance prices
in those markets in face of the heavy
movement, and etockB showed a decrease
at home centers in yesterday a wee.ti
The demand for hard winter wheat
In Rood In ail ouarters and 'r.e domesil
wheal situation on the whole I In a
reasonablv strong position.
With slgna of clearing and Improved
weather over the corn belt prices were
easier today, although there has been
some damage already to the quality of
the corn and fodder and also a delay In
marketing, count! y offerings being very
limited. Cash com continues In a strong
With no new features the wheat trade
was dull and futures sagged a shade
lower. Unless some new features develop
prices will continue to decline. Cash
wheat sold Ijc higher.
Improved weather conditions and
profit-taken sales gave corn an easier
tone. The situation ib strong, however,
and no material decline i expta-Jted.
Cash corn was c hicher.
Primary wheat receipts were l.SSM.OuO bu.
nd shipments were 4o7.( bu., against
receipts last year of 1.13o,WO bu. and
shipments of 672.Ji 0 bu.
Primary corn receipts were ioO.000 bu.
and shipments were 472,000 bu., against
receipts last year of ii'.ii.OOO bu. and ship-mi-nts
of 4J,0WI bu.
Clearances were 139 KA bu. of corn. 1.000
bu. of oats a.d whuat and flour equal to
Liverpool closed S,d higher to d lower
on wheat and ?d higher on corn.
The follow lug cash saits weie reported:
WHEAT No. 2 hard. ) car, Wci .
cars, !5'4C; 8 cars, 1'ac; No. 3 hard. 2
cars, !c; 1 car, KTc, 1 car, 07c; 1 car, i(6c;
No. 4 hard. 1 car. tfsc; 1 car. 4'ic; 1 car,
94c, No. 3 mixed. 1 car, Mic
CORN No. 2 white. 1 car, 65c; No. 2
col. M 2 ihjs. W-c: No. 2 cilow, 3 cars.
844c; No. a yellow, 5 cars. M'ci No. 2
mixed. 1 car, wc; i car, mc; .o. .j mura,
3 cars. 64c.
OATS-Standard. 2 carr. 4CUe; No. S
white. 4 cars. 4!1c; 12 cars. 4f.c;, No. 4
whlto. 4 cars. 4Sc; 1 car. 46fi.
Omaha Cnarn r-rtren.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 97HcJl.0O; No. 3
hard. 9iW7f!ttc: No. 4 hard. IMVa.
CORN No. 2 white. C4"9i5c; No. 3
white, 64tttc; No. 4 white. tvlVdtar;
No. 2 vellow, M'Jfrl'ic; No. 3 yellow, MQ
64'c: No. 4 yellow, 63Jr"4c; No. 2, AKfjiMUtC;
No. 3. 3S'Wc; No. 4, 6.1Vg't3c; no grade,
OATS -No. 2 white, 4t14'ff4'iHe; standard,
i'V-i4i,'te: No. 3 white, 4;Va461c; No.
white, .);j;t'4ie: No. 3 yellow, 43'.554(5c; No.
4 velbnv, 4;','w4.'.-'v4c.
PARLEY .Mh.UhK. J1.001.19; No. 1
feed. Midi 11.05.
KYK No. 2. n..f9'ic; No. 3, 989SC.
I urlut Heretpts.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 55 2s 310
Omaha 44 18 IS
CHICAGO CHAIN AD PROVISIONS
Features of the Trudlne and Closing
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Oct. 3 Promise of bright
weather northwest had much to do with
making the wheat market today swing
to a lower level. The change from con
tinued storms would mean a r moval of
delay to threshing and forward a large
part of the spring crop. In consequence
the close showed decline of c to
from last night. The end of the day
left corn iVHc down, oats off 'c to
S4c. and lirjr products either unaltered
or varying to 15c below.
Wheat speculators quite generally re
versed their position in the last half of
the dav'so that a price bulge due to wet
and cold at the harvest fleldB along the
Canadian line gave place to a material
depression of values. The selling move
ment had a further cause In T ho liberal
Increase exhibited by the total of the
world s available supply. W ar dis
patches were Ignored, sremimrlv having
no special Influence on the market. Al
together the bears had thlnss much their
ow n wav in ihe session di ew to a close
exrept that the final tone was steady.
Kxtreme prices readied for December
delivery were 97rc and 9S&tc, with last
sales. '3V off at 97f97-c
Corn weakened under profit taking ana
a? a result of a fair weather forecast.
December fluctuated from RiVfiWc, clos
ing steadv. Vfijc net lower at the bot
tom figures reached. Cash grades were
In far demand. No. 2 yellow was quoted
Free realizing on the part of one or
the leading longs in oats started a num
ber of others to unloading. High and
low limits touch. 1 by December proved
to be 4Va4V' and 47V. with the close,
Lr down at 17& 47V-. M . . .
1 1 paw deliveries of lard had a bearish
effect on the wheat market for hog pro
ducts. Pork closed. 2V to Re lower.
Laid off 2 He to l"c and ribs unchanged
to 12' lower. '
Quotations of leading products were:
Art)cl'8;Open. High. I Lnw. I Close. Yesy.
I I I
.il 04V, 1 04SH! 1 03J 03 V 1 W4
, 1 "O5,! 1 01 1 Oi'.i l oo'!
WifM.V SiiMHljIMfli, Wi
.6H8tJHI "H 65.5't'5
.1 4M.4,4R4:liH! 47il"'fJl4S'948i
.SOSS 50t'5Ti 60i4! 604'i(fjH
, 14 95 It ffiVil 14 92VI 14 92V, 14 97'i
i I I I I
I 9 Oft 9 00 I 3 R5 I S M I 9 00
8 So 8 90 I 8 S2HI 8 s2Vl 8 85
I ' I I I
7 90 I 7 93HI T M I 7 7H! T 874
, 7 o .1 7 97V 7 95 7 96 7 95
" ash quotations were aa follows:
FLOl'R Steady wi'1,er patents. 14 Wrii
4 SO. straights, 3.75'&'4 50: spring straights,
J4V?,4&0; bakers, fc.7035.10.
RVK No. 2, ?e.
BARLEV Feed or mixing. 80(j95c; fair
to choice maiting, II. 10 1.23.
SERDS-Tlmothy. 1 i.OOccjH 75. Clover,
PROVISIONS Pork, mess, per bbl.,
114 7.".ji 15.00. Lard, per 10 lbs.. .S5. Phort
ribs, sides iloosei. .Oft-iS To; short clear
ides ibcjNedi. V75ig8S71j.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were .-qual to 251 0'l bu. Primary re
rci.tf. were 1.3S4.O00 bu.. compared with
1.1". W bu. the cone.-pnnding day a year
at'n The world's visihle supply, ss
shown by Br fl street's, increased i.W'.
tsilmated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat. 32 cars: corn. 215 cars; oats. 2J0
cars; hogs. 2S.0rt0 head.
Ch.cng.j Casn Prices Wheat : No. I
red. 9i.ViJ'c; No. 3 ie.l, Wj?97c; No J
hard winter. 4oSl 04; No. i northern
spring. tl.lO'jl 12; No. 2 northern bprinK.
II iwciil 11; No. 3 northern spring. I1.0j
I. 10; No 2 spring. 104tl.ll; No 3 spring.
II. 0:4 I.OM3. No 4 spring, tACgll.OA; velvet
chaff. 5cll 10; durum, 9fcig1.0:i. Corn.
No t. 'i0c; No. 2 white, 7uty?70c;
No 3 yellow. 70'(i70Hc; No. 3, sSkS&c;
No. 3 white 70'TOt ; No. 1 yellow. 70..1
71'SiC, No. 4. to'.jfjiac; No. 4 white, ft.'J
fcWc; No. 4 yellow, tin'" Oats: Nu.
2 47c: No. 2 white. 4'c; No. 3 white,
47Sai,'-; No. 4 white. V. aWic; standard;
Bl'TTKR S-teady; creameries. 22"tf
274c dearies 2"'tfi25'v
KOclS Steady; receipts. 915 cases; at
mark, cases included, 15318c; firsts, Vic;
prime firsts, 2oc.
CHEF.SE-Rteady; dairies. lc; twlna,
13V&13V; young Americas. 14c; long
PcJTATOFS-I'nsettled: choice to fancy,
S.".7c; fair to good. 62'i "iio.
rorLTHY-Firm; turkeys. ISo; chick
ens. He; springs, llr.
VEAL Steady ; 5ft to 0-lb. wts., ?i'tc;
60 to S5-lb. wt., K'jfalOc; s5 to 110-ib.
Dally movement of produce:
Articles. Receipts. Shipments.
F:our. hhla U.OO S0
Wheat, bu 7D.M0 3
Corn, bu 372, -Vrf) 329. SO
(lats, bit 4i.2' 22uii0
Rye. bu 21.i0 j
barley, bu 156 OuO 49 luo
Carlot Receipt Wh,t, u cara. with 14
of contrs"t grade, corn. cars with 107
of contract srade. oats. J10 cars Totnl
tecelpts of wheat at Chicago. Minne
apolis and Duluth todav were r47 cars,
compared with Kiti cars last week and !!
car the corresponding day a year ago.
.NEW YOHK .i:EKAL MARKET
4 not a tt one of the it my on Varlone
NEjW YORK. Oct 3 FLOl'rc Steady;
prmg patents. 5.3c(i 5 ,10 ; winter straights.
$4 Vi4.l5. winter patents. l.25t4 "0; spring
clears, 4.2&4..0, Kansas straights, 34.55
yt. iti. Ke lour, sieaciy: lan to gooJ,
4..i.Vi,4 'Vi. cnoica tn tancv. K Owb 30.
WHEAT Spot market easy; No. 2 red,
!Sc. elevator, export basis, and w. f o.
b. afloat, No. 1 northern Duluth. !1.13.
f. o. b. afloat. Futures market, except
for brief opening steadiness. due to
strength In the northwest, was generally
weak and lower all day. declining under
bearish foreign news and quite extensive
liquidation. It closed H'dSc net. lower.
December, tl.ittg 1 0.'.:. closed at IL03 3-1';
May closed at fl.i. Receipts, 27S.1W)
nu.; shipments, nil.
CORN opot mai ket easy; No. 2 corn,
7ih elevator, domestic basis, to arrive,
and ioc, f. u. b. atlout f c r No. 3 export.
Futures market nominal. Receipts. U'.owi
bu.: shipments, 13. 460 bu.
OATS spot market firm; standard
white, ...K ; No. 2, 53'c; No. 3. Ooc; No. 4,
ii2'ic; natural white and white clipped,
iu-'.iV.c. Futures market nominal. Re
ceipts" 53.3.5 bu. ; shipments. 1.U0 bu.
HuPS Easy, state, common to choice,
1:U. 47(j5tc; 1910, nominal; Pacitlc coast
l'Jll, 37ti42c, 1910. nominal.
HAi-Wulct; prime, H.20fjl22H; No. 1.
115iS120, No. i 11. 1041.15; No. i, 11.00(3
1-h'iDES-Du11; Central America. 20c; Ho
sot '2 1 'i'Q
LtATHtK, steady; hemlock firsts, tStf
27c; aoconda, 2iu23'ic; thirds, VsU20o; re
jects, Inc. , .,.-.
PKOV1810NS Pork, steady; mess, I'.t.i5
,. .n; lamnv. 1.( .n'iiH uu, beet nains,
.'0.50& 42.50. Cut meats, steady; pickled
bellies, 10 to 14 pounds, 111. 2hfl 13.26;
pickled hams. 112.00(8 12.25. Laid, weak;
iiuuuie west prune. j.liti . reiimU.
steady; continent. $10.05; South America,
$10.70; compound. I1.isq2ft.li.
TALLow -"-wuiat; cay, hhds., bto;
bt'X i'tK-1 Irm ; creamery bpecials. 30c,
extras, 2e; firsts, 2..jj27ic, creamery
held, specials, 29c; creamery held, ex
tras, 2s2.Hvi,c; creamery heid. firsts, 2oVnJ
27c; finest. 27S2c; good to prime,
2rtc; process specials, 23".ij24c; extras, 3c,
firsts, 2lii22c; lac ton current make,
firsts, 20'yg21c. ,
LGGS Finn; freth gathered extra,
2.c; extra lirst, itii2ic; first, 21vac; fresu
gathered dirties, rvo. 1, lbujl.c; No. 2,
loltic; fresh gathered prime, 16'c; fair
to good, Ualao; ref 1 igeialor firsts, sea
son a fcicrage charges paid, 20u21c; west
ern garnered whites, 2tg4c.
POULTRY Dressed, quiet; west
ern broilers, 12-aU'c; fowls, 10yl7c; spring
turkeys, selected, 25c; others, WalM;.
St. Looli uonrral Market. .
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 3.-FLOUR Steady,
red winter patents, 4.4(yn4.M); extra
lancy and straight, $4.00U4.3o. hard wln
itr clears, J2Oci3.S0.
SKKD Timothy. $19.0ft(& 24.50.
t uHXMKALi $3.20. '
biiAN-Weak; sacked east track, $1.1.
HAY-Weak; timothy, I20.0U6 25.00; prai
rie. $12.00(B 16.00. , ,
1-UOVJslONS Pork, unchanged; Job
bing. $16.50. Lard, unchanged; prime steam,
9.2ii9.3c). Dry salt meats, unchanged;
boxed extra shorts. 9-00; cjear ribs. Hum;
short clears, $L 12L,. Hacon, unchanged,
boxed extra shorts. $10.00; clear ribs,
$10.00; short clears, $10,124.
Flour, bbls 7.;0 l.SoO
Wheat, bu 33.000 -.4.00
Corn, bu t-o0 "00j
Oats, bu 78.000 4Mv
Kansas City Ciraln and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 3.-W HEAT-
hard. 1 004 l.OftH; No. 3 9c(g1.0h; No.
1 red, MtKjiwt'v; jno. . ntgnti i.n..i . .
9tHcW.(w; May. 1102V
CORN Vx(& "Ac higher; No. 2 mixed, 64
fH7c; No. 3, 67Vi; No. 2 white. bSc; No.
6Sc; December. Ol'S'iySlVsc; May. 64;
OATS Unchanged to Vjc 'higher; No.
2 white. .iis''J4': io. z mixu. wuiotj,
R Y E 95c.
HAY' steady, choice timothy, $1S.503
$190; choice prairie. $U.W&UM. ,,;
BUTTKR Creamery, idc; firsts, 21'ic;
seconds. 22'ic; packing stock, lc.
EciGS Extras, 22!4c; firsts, 2oc; seconds,
13Vl,u' Receipts Shlpm's.
Wheat, bu M.00O 42.00u
Corn, bu n.000 X.m
Oats, bu : -12,000 la.'mo
Available Supply of Uralns.
. . , . ..fn t " 1 ' 1 . a CaVi1a a 11 il tele.
graphic communications received by
titaustreet s snow 1119 iuii'wi . .,i.,.c
in available supplies as compared with
i., ri'nnni : vv heat. United Slates.
east ot Rockies, inciease, l,34i,ouo bu. ;
Canada, Increase, l.s.ooo bu. TcTial,
United State and Canada, increase, 3,lt9,
w. Afloat lor and in Europe, Increase,
ycw.cOO bu. Total American unci European
supply. increased 4,cjk,ouo bu. corn,
United etates and Canada, decrease, bei,
ipO bu. oats, l nited MiCes and Canada,
decrease. 2,i.8,oiO bu. Hie elading in
creases and decreases reported this week
tollow: increases, .uamcuun, i,n."
1... . i...i.,,-,wi v. atrii tin l-'ort Huron, on.-
ii...'fK,, - iiMM,.:.i,nliri cirivate elevators.
50,000 bu. Dc-crcajt.s. tort Worth, 2il,Mi
ou.; Louisville, u,.xj uu.
St. Louis General Market,
ST. I,UL1. OCl. j.-VhL,c.-cai.l
luvcer, ttacK, No. . red. vovujjv; Nu- -nara,
$i i sl ll'yc. ptcemuti -; Aia. .
CUti. nigner; track No. 2, MV; N
2 white, icvt'u iU'jc; December, 65c; May,
OATS weas; iracK iu, 6, mc,
white. 47i,o-sC; December, 4!'c.
RYE Lower. W'ac.
POLLiRY rirnu chickens. 9c;
prlng.-s. lo'c; turkeys. 14--a4jlic; ducks.
Uc geese, 'c.
BU I TER Higher; creamery, 2l152l'liC.
ECiliS Higiic.i. 2"'c
Minneapolis (train Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct 3. VH EAT De
cember, $l.0u. May. $1.12'-iBl N9..1
hard li.O; No. 1 northern, $l.u7c4!gi.8'J;
No. - norinein. i.v-u.w,, .-v..
CORN No. 3 yellow. ',c
OATS No. 3 white, 45,n$4tc
RYB-No. 2. 91(8 We.
BRAN $21.5otfj'2j.0O. .
ond patents, 490oo.20, first clears. $o.0
64.15; second clears. ti.ivai.lQ-
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 3. BUTTER
lc higher; extra western creamery, 32c;,
nearby points, 33c.
EiiS Firm. Pennsylvania and rrther
nearbv firsts, f. c. $7 50 per ca.-e; current
receipts, free cases, $7 60 per case; cur
rent receipts, free cases, $i 90 per case;
f...vn Clrala ff-AA raSPS. i , . Cl her CS8e.
urunt receipts, rree cases. t wi j per
CHEESE-Firm. New tnrK run creams
fancy, 15c; lair to good. 14'trU4V'. I
Liverpool Grain Mnrke.
LIVKRP1X1L. Oct 3 -WHKAT-spot. j
av; No. 2 Manitoba. a l'd. N i 81
Manitoba. s '-d. futures steacjy; trio-I
hi r. 7s 4ld; December. 7s SM. Marcin, 7s 1
caom-Owm rtuiAt- Amarlran mixed. .
(s UM; futures, firm. October, 5s H?d.
January, f. sv,a.
FLUR W inter ratents, 2".
PEORIA. Oct. t -TORN-Hlgher, Kn 3
...1 i.. x.- 1 ...il,.... Ti la v,. o ...
Willie, nn.', .-u. rnwii . .'u. a
low, 70c; No. 2 nild,
70e, No. 3 mixed,
OATS HiKer, t.ndrd.
17Vc; No. 3
Omaha Produce Market. I
BUTTER Creamery, 2c; packing ix k. I
LGO8-N0. 1, Wir; No 2. 13c. 1
POULTRY Broilers, 12c; xprlngs. c,
hens, hSc; roosters, 5c; ducks, 10c, 1
. . t
Milwaukee- tirala Market.
MILWAUKEE. Oct. 3. WHEAT- No. 1 j
northern. $1 lOW'i I 12; No 2 nortl ern. I
$1 i7'i. 1 1'; No. 2 bard wlntei. !1M 1
liecember. May $1 q 1 Xk, t
OA I Is'j-'Mc.
B.trtLEY $1 12.jl.23.
Dulath (.rln Market.
DULUTH. Oct. 3. WHEAT No. 1 l.srd.
11.0s1. No. 1 northern, $1 07U; No Jncrth.
ern, $l.flB'11.04H; No. 3. W'dMc; X.
cember. 11. oi atked, Alay, Jl.il1 bl4L
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Limited Demand at Fresent Pricet
Shown by Day's Trading.
BULLS FIND FREE OFFERINGS
elllns; of M. Paul Farlr In First
Hnor la Factor V hlch Sfrmi to
nrtermlne Market's i oarse
NEW YORK. Oc t. 3 -The limited de
niand for stocks at the present range of
prices as shown clearlv by the course
ot today's trading The mai ket developed
a downward tendency sufficiently defi
nite to Indicate that, for the present at
least, the re,oery of late last ween
was not to be carried further. The dis
oppolnlngly small investment buing is
attributed to various disturbing and un
answered questions, chief among which
is the Intention of tlte government In re
gard to the enforcement of the anti-trust
There were some attempts to advance
prices at the outset, but the use en
countered fiee offerings, which Indicated
that the supply was In excess of the de
mand 1 lie market grew weaker as the
day advanced and, although there wa.
a painal recovery late In the day, small
losxea were general.
helling of St. Paul in the first hour,
when that stock approached IU recent
low recoid, was a factor which seemed
to determine the mai kefs course during
the remainder of the day. Pn-sMiie
against this Issue was steady throughout
the session and seemed to be due 111 no
small measure to London selling. M.
Paul, Amalgamated copper and Unite..
States tHeel were the turee prominent
stocks to the end of the day, with Iosms
of a point or more.
The weakness of United States Steel
was. perhaps, due In part to further
poor trade reports. New orders of the
United States Steel corporation are
piaced at slightly below ;. u tons a ds.
The speculative community was taken
aback by the opposition to the American
Tobacco reorganization pian revealed in
a petition submitted to tue courts by one
of the constituent companies. This de
velopment, rius reflected in the heaviness
of securities of the corporation.
Bonds were steady. Total sales, par
value, $2,150,000. United States bonds
were unchanged on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows:
Sties. High. Low. CIpm.
Allls-rhalratrt pM l4i
Amlgmttd Oopper ... 17.(00 lilt i "
American Agriaultursl 4K
Am. Heel sugar 1.000 il 1.1 '4 Mi)
Amcrlna Can ioo H Hj f
American f. Jt F '. Wt 4f 4H
Am. Cotton Oil ) 10W 60 4!H
Am. II. & L. ptd
.Am. Ir Saturnine TW V Y! 17
Amnrlran Llced liO S IS 't
American Loi omntlvs 36li
American 8. &. 11 .J00 MS
Am. 8. A K. p(d 200 101 101 llKll,
Am. hl'fl Kounilrlct 300 30 0 10
Am. Bugar Kcllnlng 114
American T. A T 700 IMC, 1M 131
American Tobacco pM... l.OiK) 8i H
American Woolen 28
Anaconda Mining- Co 20 S!4 tt
Atchison 1.400 101 102 10.'4,
Atchiaon ptd P'Kt
Atlantic Coast Una ion 121 121 121
Balilmore t Olilo 4.1on Km si tH
B-thlrliFiD Steal 100 ! !S 2
Brooklyn Rapid Tr 7844 T4
Canadian PacKio 1.4i0 !27 228 Xtii
Central Loalhpr :"0 iH n
Central Leatlier pfd
Central of New jerney 270
Cherapaakt or Ohio 700 1 711 711
Ctilcano A Alton 10
Chlragi O W , new 1"
Chlcsgo O. W. ptd 40n 7H 7Uj 37
Chloago N. W 100 141 141V4 141',
Chicago. M. aV St. P 1S.400 lu IMS 107
C. C. C aV St. h
Colorado T. A I S"0 27 ;', :mt
Colorado Southern too 44 44 4h
Consolidated Oaa a.ooo US' W 13SS
Corn Products -on U H" US
Delaware A HudKin 11
Denver A Rio ramie. 214
Denver A R O. pfd . . V . 2"" 47 4S 4H
Dlatlllers' Securttlea loo 14 JIS
Ena 7'X 0 w J014
Erie lt pfd 100 4 4 4.
Krle 2d pld 40S
General Electric no 14H 14SS H7
Oreat Northern pfd....:.. l.onn 154 12 1?S
Oraat Northern Ore etfti.. 700 47 47 4'4j
llllnoli ceniral ion ia:.V 1JM4 1SS
lnterhoroush Met 2.V lS H 14't
Int. Mat. pld 2O0 44 4:i' 43
International Harveater . 600 102S 101S 101 S
Int. Marine pfd 1M
International Paper H
International Pump 100 29 29 2J
Iowa teinral , 'J
Kan.aa Citj So 27S
,K. C. Jo M4 S
Ijclede Oaa ln-S
Loulavllle A Naahvllle... 00 141 140 1404
Minn A Ft Louie .JJ
M, St. P 8 9- ... 10 12 12 !-'
MlMourl. K T loo 2H 27'. 27'i
M . K. A T. pfd "
Mtsaourt Pacific 2.100 SRS 37 "
National Lead 4S 4S 46
N. R H of M M M 19
New York Central S.M0 104 103t, 104
N Y . O AW ""a
Norfolk A Weatern. 700 iojs 10-"4 l"l S
North American 2ofl S 6S
Northern Pacific 1 oo 114S ll'S IHS
Pacific Mall 200 3Hi SIS 'S
PennsMvanls '-n, "V
peoples 0a 100 1"4 14 WH
P C . C A St. L 200 S M
Pittsburgh Coal l
Preened Kteel l ar
Pullman Palace Car I"
Rceel Snrlna . -. 274
Heading Tl.errt 14H IMS If S
Tteputillc Steel pfd 13
Fock IlH"d C. l 2V. MS H
Ro. k Ifland "o pfd .. 2"0 4S 44S
St I, A S K 2d pfd
Ft. Louie F W H
St L S W pfd "
Slow Sheffield S A I J"
Southern Pacific 4 If-JS IMS 1"S
Southern Railway 1.700 2S 2
So. Palllry Pfd 500 f, 4 JR
Tnne.iei e copper
T.e A Palcfic 300 54S H 2JV.
T St L. A W 20 - I a 1H
T St L A W. pfd I' 41 41 40S
Cnlon Pacific 2oo ms IMS 1S
Cnlon Pacific pfd 100 os os jo
fnlted States Resit
Cnlted State. Fubber ... imoo 44S 42S 44H
I-nlted Slate. Steel 12.onn SI'S S "S
! f Steel pfd S 7O0 110 14 W
ft.h Conner Mi 4!S 4"', 40S
Va -c-arollna fTiemlcal .. 1 JOf) 4S 47"4 4
Wabsah fcM I11 -,
Weetcrn Marvlanl .... " MS MS M
Western Cnlon 1" 77S 7.S 77
heeltns ALE , ..
Lehigh V.lle lS 1"S Ul
Total .ilea for the day , 440.200 aharea.
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. t .MONEY On
call, steady; 2u2l per cent; ruling rate.
2 per cent; closing kid, ll per cent, of
fered at lli per cent. Time loans, easy;
sixty d.ivs, ;;3 per cent; ninety days. 3
per rent; six months. 3Vj Pr cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE rAPER-4 per
'STERLING KXCHANfiK Hteady. with
actual buslnets In bsnkers' bills at $4.82."
for slxty-dav bills snd at $4 for de-
martd. Commercial bills, 14 S1V
SILVER Bar. ;.2l-jc; Mexlcal dollars,
5'ijoNPS- Government, steady; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today were
t'. S ref "a reg 10fi,Int M M 4S
do 2a. cuuputi.. ni jJaran 1. M
do 3a. res 101 - do S M
go la. aoupoo i'.'iK r So lat 7c
do 4a. m . ... liJ'.L s. .l.b 4a 1I1 ;s
do 4. coupon J.wi.1. & N uiil. 4k. ... IfV
Alll.-Chal If' & ."-4M K A T ll 4. C7S
Amer Af as . . - ltC' do ten 4';s K,
A T A T 'v. 4-.lSM' Pacific 4a 74S
Am Tobacco 4.. . H'l'S P..H of M 4Sa l"s
do a 1)2 1X. Y C. g Ss 7S
Ainiour A i'o. 4', do dab 4 92'.
AKbiann aen. 4 N V. N II A H
do r 4. 101 e s ... SS
do cy 6. l'ni'.'V aV W lit 4a S
A C L let 4a Si do c 4a pi,,
Bal A Ohio 4a.... t;,No Pacific u ion
Jo as "IS " gav.
do fi. W 3Ss ieisl S I. rfdg. 4a .. t;t
Br'iok. Tr e 4 Pns ev Ji,. tsts . Sua,
'"'en of fii ga . . li'7't do co 4a icji
feu Leather r'4 Hea-llng gen 4. mtu
- ul N J g t. t -OV; St LA P. fg 4a 77
ache. A ciht i 4Ss lft1S d gen Sa gs
dj ref Sa 2SS L S We 4a . 77
Chicago A A. S d la' gold 4s ... 1
r. U A Q 1 A L 4a 7f,S
do g-n 4a Sn Pac col 4a. .. HI
c M A? P g 3S le", do rv 4a V, S
C R I. A P r 4 " do let ref 4a ... 04
do rfg 4a... -t So Railway aa lO.'S
C-nlo Ind &. 74 do gen 4a ?1S
Colo Mid 4a Ml'nloo Pacific 4a ...l's
CAS r A 4'.s 7 do ct 4a VD'
D A H rv 4a. 7S do Ut A ref 4. . . Mi
D A R d 4. .... l SC. S Rubber g. .. log
do ref la g:.SI' Steal 2d t...lm,
ri'a'lllera' 6a 71 'm -'ar cieni. 6a P0
F.Ma f 1 4s Wallah 1M 6a . ..107S
ilo gen. 4e 75 do lat A ei 4a .. S3S
do cv 4. aer A 2 Weatern Md 4a ... .t
do aerlaa B 7'. Weat Fie.-, cv 6a.. 1S
len Elic n !a 1t'a Wis C entral 4a St
111 Cen. let ref 4a H a Mo Psc c. 6a ' S
Inl Mel 4Ss 7" Panama 3s ..lo:S
Dry r.nnds Market.
NEW YORK. Oct !-l)KY GOODS
Ths cotton sords market was quiet for
tha day with an euler tendency onted
In the (trices of soma sruy K oils. Cotton
yarns Ira aaalat. Jobbers ars dolndj a
fair houae trade on o.ds for quick de
livery. Kcsd orders are eomlna foinsrd
in moderate quantities stesdilv. (teptenw
her In silks was a disappointing: month
to many larsre houses The woolen Broods
division In mens wear shows mprove
ment. London Mnrk Market.
LONDON. Oct. I. American securities
opened steady and unchanged from yes
terdays New York closing. Later the
mm ket advanced under the lead of
Canadian I'aciflc and at noon rrlces
ranged from unchanged to IS aboa
Closing; quotations on Mocks were:
Consols, money ..... 77S l.nutirlHe A Nash. 144S
do a,-ount 77 7-liMo. Kan. A Tea 2s
Amal c opp MS New Wrk c'euttal. l,es
Ana.Hnda 4-aNorfolk A Weaiarn. .liHS
Atchison 10S do pld s
do ptd It Pntsrlo A Woatern '
Halllmcre A Ohio.. K7 Peneylvanla BIS
Canadian Ta. Itlc Ran.1 Mlttea 7S
Cheaapeake A Ohio . J.'s Heading 71
c'hl. Ureal Western.. IRsScMithern Railway .. 2;s
Chi . Mil A St. P. .11SS do pfd sua.
Pa Peers 1J Southern Pacific .. 10''
tuar A R 0 23 t'nlou rauftc mis
do pfd 4cw do pf.l :s
Brie ISV. Steal 'i
do let r' An td in
do 2d pld 42 Wabaah IIS
Oraad Trunk 2S do ptd 22S
Illinois Central ....139
... . i Har, ciniet. ;'4s.l per ounce.
MONEY-2'.ii:v4j per cent
Ths rate of discount In the open mar
ket for short bills Is 3' per cent, for
three months' bills, 4 per cent.
3 f losing quotations on
mining; stocks w
Amal. t opper
A Z L A S
Art ions cNxn
B A C C A S. M.
ere as follows:
14 Miami Copper ....
2t Nevada Con
BR North Bulla
4 S North iJkc
14 old Pocntnlon
in Parrot t S. A C . .
Cal. A Aricona
( al. A Ilo. la ..
Cop Kaoga C. C...
Kaet Hulte C. M. ..
til rout Con 1
(ireene cananea ....
I. la Kocale c'oppar..
Lake. ' 'upper
La Salle Copper
tiS Superior A B M . .
I7SV. S S R. A M
ln dO pld
ISC'ati Copper Co...
2.. S Wln-ma
II il ilk 4 IrarliiK.
OMAHA. Oct 2:1 Hank clearinss for
today were $2.24l,sv.ln, and fur the cor
responding day last year, $2..'Mi.4:U.34.
OMAHA UliNKHtl, HANkllT.
CHKESK Imported Bwlss, 32c; Ameri
can 8wlss. 22c; block Swiss, ISc; twlna,
16V; daisies. 16V; triplets. ltSr; blue
label brick, lie; Umbergcr, 2-lb., Kvc, llin
buiger, l ib., lio.
BUTTKR No. 1. 1-lb. carton, 23c; No.
1. In b0-lb. tubs, 2SSc; No. 2, 27c; pack
inK, 17 Sue.
1'OL'LTUY Broilers, ISc; springs, 19c;
hens, 13c; cocks, Vc: ducks, 16c; geese.
16c; turkeys, Hoc; pigeons, per dog., T.nU.
Alive: Broilers, 12Sc; hens. He; old
roosters and stags, c; old ducks, full
feathered, 10c; geese, full feathered, 10c,
turkeys, lbc; guinea fowls, Uo each;
pigeons, per dox., ":c; homers, per doz.,
$2.ati; squabs. No. 1, $L6t); No. 2, ooc.,
F1KH Pickerel, 11c; white, 2uc; pike,
lie; trout, 15c; large crappios. l.Valuc;
Spanish mackerel, lc; eel. Hie; hadciocK,
ISc; flounders, loV; green catfish, liic;
roe shad, $1.00 each; shad roe. per pair.
60c; salmon, lie; halibut, c; yellow
perch. c; buffalo, 8c; bullheads, 14c.
I tue.- ul lite u.. .cut. .Nu. IbC.
.c 2. Uc, No. . '.- Loins: No. i.
,S'i:. . No. 2, 14c. No i. rfSc Chuck; No.
1 74c; No 2. jSc; No. 3. oc. Round: No.
l", lie; No. 2, f ie; No. 3, be. Plate: No. i,
v,c; No. 2. ic; No. 3, 4Vc.
FRUITS Apples, cooking varieties, per
bbl.. $2-7S; Jonathan, per bbl., $4 00.
Bananas, fancy select, per bunch, $2.2(iiv
2oc; Jumbo, per bunch. $27hijJ.?5. Can
taloupes. Colorado, standard 46 count, $2.tW
per crate; pony crates, 64 count, $1.76;
Colorado Osage, 12 size, per crate, $1.00.
Cranberries, early black, per bbl., $7.25;
per box, $2.76- Dates. Anchor brand,
new, thirty 1-lb., pkgs. In boxes, per box,
$2.00. Fig. California, per case of
twelve 12-oa. pkgs.. Wc; per case of
thirty-six 12-ox. pkgs., $2.40; per case or
fifty 6-oz. pkgs., $2.00. Grapes. New York
Concords, per 7-lb. basket, Pic. Grapes,
California Tokays, per four basket
crate. $1.00. Lemons, Llmonelra brand,
extra fancy, aKi-itjn slues, per box, $6.00;
!ima Llmonelra, fancy, aou-iwo sizes, per
box, $5 76. 210 and 420 sizes, rc per box
less. Oranges, Niagara Kedlands Yalen
cias, lxi-126 slues, per box. 14.25; 1M.176-2ou-216-260
sizes, per box, $4.75. readies,
California and Colorado, per box, iMihoo.
Plums, California large red varieties,
per crate, $1.25. Prunes Italian, per four
basket crate, $1.15. Pears. California
liuchess, B. Hardy and B. Clarlgeau. per
60-lb. box, $2.o0; lots of ten boxes or
NKW YODK. Oct. t.-METAIK-Ptand-ard
copper, dull; spot and futures, $11 .Mcrt
ll.is); London market, steady; spot, 1.4
lis 9d: futures, (6) 15s; lake cupper. $12.60
tfiL'.W1; electrolyte, $12.26-6 12. 37.; casting.
12 OKiil2.2 .. Tin, firm; epot. i').2n'n 4(1.,...,
futures. $:.75'(10.46; London steady; spot,
ilM; futures, IU4 6s. Lead, steady, $4 4Vn
4.65, New York; $4.32yu4 ;f. Ka" St.
Ixuls; iKindon, 15 2s lid. Spelter, steady;
ta.Sttfiti.oO, New York; tfi.oOfti5.9o, F.ast St.
Louis; London, 27 15s. Iron, Cleveland
warrants, 4's 4fcd In London; loeally iron
was quiet; No. 1 foundry northern, $15.25
fy 15.50, No. 2, $15.0uf(j.l5.25; No. 1 southern
and No. 1 southern soft, $15.00- I5.5u.
ST. I1UIS, Oct. 3. M LTAL.S Lead,
firm; $4.354.37. Bpeller, stronger; $5.h5'c(
BOSTON, OcL 8. WOOL There Is a
slightly better demand for wool, al
though prices held at what Is considered
to be low value. Transactions are con
fined to certain grades of domestic wools,
with territory predominating. The sale
of fleeces has fallen off and what little
have changed hands are one-quarter
blood at 24a24V. The demand for ter
ritory is confined to fine staple which
sells at 67c, cleaned. Sales of about 2.ono.
Ooo pounds of territory clothing wool, fine
and fine medium Is reported at 6oc.
eT. LOl.lS. Oct. i-ili)cU,-iu..; tel
ntory and western mediums. 17j22c; f.n
mediums, 17(ijl'.c; fine, 14$ lbc.
NEW YORK. Oct. S. COTTON -Spot
closed quiet; middling uplands, 10.2or;
middling gulf. W4e. No sales. Futures
opened steady: October, HOc; December,
Siwlc; January. Sole; February. .X7c;
March. (2c; April, 10.00c; May. 10 10c;
Futures closed steady; October, 98c;
November, 9 Mic: December, 9 dice; Janu
ary, & S6c; February, .92c; March. 9 c,
April. loor,c, May, 10.12c; June, 10 16c,
NKW TflKK, Oct. 3-COFFKE-Fu-tures
closed steady, net 3 po'n's higher
to 4 points lower. Sales. tib.faiO bags. Oc
tober. 12 3c- November, 12 ei-sc ; liecember,
12Kie January, 12Hlc; K'bruarv, 12 4c,
March. 12. Mr. April. 12.'!3c; May and
June. 12.30c; July, 12 29c:; August, 12 2!c;
September, 12 2c. Spot, steady. No. 7
I'.io, I4'i,f14',c; No. 4 Santos I5'c; mild,
quiet, Cordova. 15f17c, nominal.
St. .loseyli Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Oct. 3 c.u'Tl.E
Receipts 2.5il head; market slow; steers,
$45''I77'; cons and heifers. $2Wru6.iO;
HOGS-Icelpts 3 fiOfl head; market
stcadv to 5.- higher; top. $50; bulk of
Pales. H Vtl 45
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 7
head, market steady, lambs. $5mi6 0o.
Omaha liar Market.
OMAHA. Oct 3-HAY-No 1, $12 01;
No 5 $11 Ort; coarse, $10 00; packing stock,
ITftifn. a'fslfa. $1.1 00. Mriw, Wheat,
IK1S.M; re and ;ar, $oo.
nils and Rosin.
SAVANNAH. Oct. 3 -TURPENTINFi-Flrm.
lK-'SIN--Firm; grade F, $ 40; grade G.
y. 37 (ji 40.
CONGRESSMAN NORRIS .
FAILS TO MEET MR. TAFT
Presumably Congressman Norrls did not
meet President Taft when the big man's
special straggled Into Omaha Sunday
night, but If so. It was really the
wralher's fault. Mr. Norrls went to the
Omaha club bunda to Inquire for the
president. He had not arrived and the
congressman remarked that because of
ths Illness of his private secretary, Mr.
McCsrl. at McCook. he felt ha must take
a train for horns aa soon as possible,
whloh be did.
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady to as Much at Ten
HOGS STRONG TO FIVE HIGHER
beep a ad Lamb Heeelpts Contlaae
l.arae, Mb lie Demand la tinod
and Prices Steady on I'rae
tleally III t.radra.
SOUTH OMAHA. tVl S, L111
Receipts were. Cottle, liogs. Sheep.
Official M.unUv lti.MJ 1.M5 6S.'5
Kstlmate Tuesday . M.rtoO 3.3c) 4S.ti0
Two das this week 2.14;l MV. 101. 9fw
Same las last week. ;n,44: 10.1M4 W:.'M
same d.is 2 ks ago is. ILM .K K.eMi
fvi mi' clacs i w 'ks ago P.'.(S .t.M 101. Ofl
Shiiii (lavs 4 w kg ago.17.4SO S.113 S.MI
Klllv aai laa,i year... 23. iM b.M6 Vi.M)
1 bo lolloMing laiiie snows the receipts
of cattle, hogs gnu sheep at South Omaha
lor the year to daio as compared with
L'U. U'10. Inc. le.
Cattle K.-M.143 fcxi.N 52.4i'
Hogs l.Htis.U2 l.i,,.4 240.7.st
Sheep 1,142.215 l.sft.ll5 (x.,laJ
The following table shows the avetage
prices lor hugs at South Omaha lor tbo
lail aevfial nuva with cnninai'lauiu :
Iiaie. i toll. ,ll)l. iliiiW. il!a. U0i . .latsj. .nolC.
ti JisW S -M; s 12,
j Oil I
t 6s! S 4ti ti 12
ti 14 I
s 4.'., i
s 4.. 8 15i
N 32i .S VS
5 9o I
& 97 1
ti 1C 2:
I b .1,
! 41, 7 Ss,
8 mi 7 Mi
t 01 !
6 25 i i l
tl S 45, i
ii .... ....i j ......it i. ... ,ir hv atmk at
the Union Slock Yards, South Omaha. lor
tweniy-iour uours (lining c s "
CatUs.Uogs.bh P.H r a.
C, M. A Bt. P 3 2
Wabash 1 1
Missouri Tac lflc 3
I'nion raoiflo M 13 "1
C. & N. W., eat.. 3 1
C. eV N. W west. .147 11 Kl
C. St. P. M. & O.. 7 2 i
C. H. M.I.. J J
C.. H. & Q'. west.. 120 t 4i 1
C, R. I . ec P., east 2 1 1
C, R. L & P.. west. 2 ..
Illinois Central J -
Total receipts 375 4i 183 6
Cau.e Hoys Mice l
Omaha Packing Co.... 726 M 4 .571
bwltt and Company.... l.&si wd i.Jw
Cuclaliy I'aiklng Co... l,7H4 bil 4,haI
Armour . Co 1.20o Ihi a.'U
bchwarts-Holen Co 2-0
K. W. Murphy 2Ja
VV. B. Vansant Co 134
Henton Vansant At Lush 41
Hul oi Son I'l
K. B. lxtwis 71i
Huston At Co 212
J. H. Itoot At Co l
J. II. bulla 294
L. K. Hum l-
I., oit 'J
AlcCreary Af Carey
s. Vv el'llii'iiner 1J0
kl. If'. Hanulion J4
Sullivan nroe .i
le Kolhschlld l.U
Mo. At Kans. Calf. Co.. 1.
Kline At i nristy l.
Oilier buyers 2. al.""
nine lull showea luo olliciai leteipi
,o nve uut-u c.u cars cal u lug Ib.oaa he
ul value. As liolnU jesieiuay tnis piea.
ail previous lecorus, Hie lajgeet run un
til yei-teicay Having been on Monday,
atpuinuer M, when thu official LfcUiui
nowisa that lti.4ui) head arrived, j.
teipts this morning tliuugn liol neai l
bo large as yesieruay's run were vela
iiberui, :' cars Hum reported in.
t. otisidei ing the euornious teceipts o
cattle yesieiuay. the market was In vary
eatisiavtory condition. Ailhougn IU tous
until dark to get everything wsstji.tu
on. still prices snoweu cuuiiianiMcu
latle cnange. Owing to
snulv in good beet
, .,..,i.r i'u tile or that description gener
ally sold about steady with the Inleiloi
or less desirable kinds ot cattle rangin.
down to sj much as 10c lower.
In spite of the fact that buyers ai.
boughi very freely yesterday they weie
out in the yards in very fair season t ti aats
morning, and the market was again
about steady on desirable steers of al.
kinds, that Is both killers and feeders.
At the same time there wan a world oi
common and Inferior cattle on the rough
mder that could be considered as neither
guod for beef nor lor feeding purposes,
and cattle of that description were slow
and weak to around loc lower.
Cows Hnd hellers ranged all the way
from steady to much as 10c lower,
but still the trade as a whole was in
very fair shape, buyers apparently feel
ing that receipts the Is Iter part of the
week would b very much lighter.
Quotations on range cattle: Good to
choice beef steers. xa.50; fair to good
beef steels. $..0oji &.;. common to fair
beef steers, $4 2Xtf'&.7)6; good to choice
heifers. 44-Bt. 35; good to chMeecowt.
U 4(uil0; fair to good rows, U 714 40,
rfc.od to choic e stockers and feeders. .
(0.Y7&; fair to good stockers and feeders.
l4.2Bi8fi.00; e mmon to fair etorkerg i end
feeders. $:virri 4 25. stocker heifers, t3.iIK
i ! hulls Muss. etc.. $3 KiiO OO.
n. A' fr We.
I 00 ia !l 41
1H I 7 IN)
nr. t vi I w
3 n lh T4 7
no t oo i t
gfoCKKR. AM) S-EBDI-.KS.
a) 4 2& II
120 t :r
11 cows. ...
4 2!S W cows.
6 00 40 feeders. .104
4 50 15 heifers... W12
4 15 10 cows 810
4 go 13 heifers... W2
4 20 1 2 feeders. . KU
3 25 40 feeders. .1138
4 fJ cows ... m
6 40 l'i feeders. 1043
6 20 t steers. ...1222
4 t5 10 heifers... flH
4 'Jo 19 cows .... 822
I SO 15 feeders. . 743
22 cow s
32 feeders.. l'U4 4 70 15 feeders.. S.
25 calves... "J0 5 25 6 calves... 3i8
19 steers.... 930 40 It cows 7
13 carves... 'M 4 f' 11 cows Wis
27 cows ... 9 4 20 60 feeders. .I'M
17 cows 3 4 n5 52 feeders . flW
80 feeders 12U i 30 13 rows MS
23 feeders.. "4 4 0 14 cows 1037
13 cows fc.ri9 3 50 IS heifers... 720
A Morcrort -jseo
17 feeders .10.7 20 15 feeders
19 steers 1228
W. O. Wetland -Neb
27 feeders . l'Ml 5 4 steers..
t cows U.2 4 4"
W. Bachelor Neh.
3 steers. .11. VI 5 'to pi cows .
873 4 AO
U'M 4 75
8S0 4 10
7. iiodwin Neb
U Steers ....1240 n 41 ii feeders. . 140
4 steeis. .. lu.12 4 Vi 9 cows .. .1020
C W. Thurkton Neh.
$5 feeders 10f,2 6 30 2 calves... 320 4 50
I rows Km 4 16
Caha Bros - Neh.
13 feeders.. I'i2 4 86 17 cows 947
If Tully Neh.
60 71 calves... 21t
C Cublft Neb.
6 25 2 feecjers 1010
4 0 11 cow s 77 1 40
8. 1 lull-Neb.
M feeders 1124
29 feeders.. 1153
63 feeders .1212
22 heifers .. 7'5
6 00 21 cows 1044
A. Yeast Neb.
6 40 steers.. ..1382
3 75 27 cows 565
16 stockers. 67
J K. Urown Neh
72 feeders 1.V2 5 Ml 8 feeders. .1157 4
H I) Haker-Neb.
14 cows 773 3 W
O K. Hoffman Neb.
18 cows 4 lo
11 K. 1 uunti.n-Neb.
20 cows KM 3 6o :K heifers... 625 3 65
J. Hei ne all Nel
10 heifers .. i5 8 7i 7 feeders.. 735 4 70
A T. Davis Neb.
at steers.. ..1242 6 20 S) steers.. .UH& 4 65
r. Jensen iet.
t 6 16 7 baiters... 7a 4 40
I tsedsrs.. M
T. F. Carpenter-Neb
21 heifers. ..l'l.j J 4 Is rows .... 7:K 3 S5
L. K Hood -Neb.
23 feeders.. 9vi 4 s -w s . .. 9:i? J y,
4 heifers ... pv; 4 10 9 feeders uc, 4 ,
21 cows .. Si.l i ,lii v heifers . HT2 3
24 rows . lixl 4 1 .". .'I helfeis . I;.; 1 V,
13 feeders 74S 4 10 1.1 feeders Tin 4 in
114 feid-rs PH2 4 S7V 51 heifers .. i5J 4
C H Adams S p.
li feeders . 73 4 fa 17 rows .. fts 4s
heife rs... itr 3 9 heifers... HT7 i
10 calces ,;7 4 75 4 calves... 172 7 00
11 calves . 3i:l 4 60
Herman Mahler P. D
40 cows ... 9.-J $ !i ; I,,,!). .1.1 3 Ai
t steers.. ..losj 4 35 27 feeders . S7 4 ss
tt steers ...ltiO 4 75 17 cows R52 3 50
15 feeOers . 4 20 row s 4 to
22 feeders.. S12 4 50 IS feeders. .101 5 ;M
12 cows 1H60 4 K steers... 1216 6 60
13 feeders . 4 f
T W. Mathews Wyo
5 steers ...1010 4 7 5 2 steers. ...11 10 4 75
2 heifers. . S-S 4 2 sleets ...11S0 4 75
V. A. Weaver Wvo.
S3 feeders.. 1045 4 Oil '.'9 rows HiM 425
6 cows ... HO $ 40 4 cows !ro 4 25
I calves... 1M 7 00 6 calves... vS 475
7 feeders.. 947 4 60 8 steers ... 9';2 4 50
4 cow s 757 1 40 4 feeders. .1042 4 tin
Nell t lark-Wvo.
T.1 feeders. l'50 6 20 13 feeders. 10"-9 4 55
11 cows .'! 4Jo 10 feeders. .1022 6 20
a cow s 101 ti 4 o
R. O. I'arrlsh-Wyo.
41 feedera 1118 I 45
T. II MoOee-Wyo.
60 feeders.. 744 5 : 40 rs. tt hs 862 4 25
10 cows 57 3 95
4 feeders.. 1.72 5 ?c 5 cs. & hs. t.X 4 25
4 cows . . SsO 3 95
Mitchell t. at tie Co. Wyo.
63 feeders 1H2.1 5 lo
V. P. Hlcketts-Wyo.
21 cows 95.4 4 25 25 cows .... 91tl 3 75
K. Thomson Wvo
Ucows SsO 3 75 9 feeders. 1115 4 K5
24 feeders. .1113 6 6o
H. K. Rmlth Wvo.
11 cows 3 75 IS feeders.. W5 4 90
E A. Coates-Wro.
l' cows :i 3 65 Ucows 830 iti)
25 feeders. . 507 4 M
A. C. Culllvnn Wyo.
13 cows 90S 4 00 3 feeders 105.1 4 i0
l. li. Whlttaker yo.
24 heifers... 9.11 4 5ii
8. Whltsker Wvo.
15 cows 703 8 30 12 heifers... 7S5 4 15
cowe too 4 26 t steers.... 10S6 4 60
7 calves. . . 242 4 60
Carpenter & Nlmms-Wyo.
82 feeders.. 1150 5 SO
3 feeders.. 6S4 4 16 rows 53 8 30
6 heifers... 4M) 3 00 J calves. .. 2IH 4 00
15 cows 7(1 4 00 6 feeders.. 7.10 4 85
40 Steers. ...1014 450 72 sleers . . .1121 495
14 steers.... 1010 4 55 22 feaders. .1042 4 65
7 feeders.. 950 4 66 30 steers... .1106 4 55
10 steers.. ..124.! 6 20 12 sleers.. . .127 5 20
cows v! 3 4;, 11 heifers... ssti 4 00
26 steers.... 1084 4 85 20 cows 970 4 60
16 rows 933 3 36 113 cows 921 4 00
cj- iliu ii.iu ncl lot lli lc-.-.po.liiciu
11 4ioii Miupu 10 a belter snipping ut
uiaiiu, anu bulk ol a nioUeiaiv ea,,piy soiu
.11 liguns fcucuig to a nickel lugniT. lc
cas a liaue U1.1i oul not nicci witn the
eiiUoieciunii ot packet s, iiouvvur, and
the be tu r iiiaigins wuie usually allowed
only iindur piuu.-.t. .Mowinini iia.i s
lair degree ui ,iiu but ulew most ol Us
in 11011 iroin a shipping imputy that
- aii.sccl buyers to eituer e;et busy or be
sailMu-d with a slim purchase.
iteieipts amouiitcHl to about sixty loads
in all, mostly heavy packing stuff, but
there were poe-slbly a rew mom loads ol
baron stock available than on most days
recently. Slilppeih fasoied the under
uelgnt cias.-rs and bought about seven
teen lomls ill nil. sometning like ..0 c-i
cent ot the estnnate. 11n1s w ere pi ac
tually iliaifd of all oflerlligs by 10:50
Kpreads showed no tendency fo either
widen or narrow and most of the run
moved at three prices, landing within
ttiKSSS.'). The best butcher animals on
sale reached t'i 37.j. a split nickel above
yesterday's high price
No. At. (b. Pr. No. At Ib. Pr.
M4 ... t JO M IM 4n 4 TU
l S0 2'1 '.' JMi U IllU
4 177 ... Kit it JM) ... t w
i Ji lo t si. i-g .o iw g so
I' ... 13 1.1 -M ... g SO
J7 1W is 27 t.it Ml g SO
a 141 411 Ul Si 2110 40 g 10
H 7 J00 J.i ' l 3 ... g it
l lit : 14 3113 g 30
14 245 . Is ill 2al I SO
IW SO 4 1ft 10 Ut 0 g 10
11 1 . . 25 4 2il . g 0
11 " 10 I II at 2SI g SO
!6 130 4 2S gl :trt J.nl g so
24 lid g U 11 2U 1:11 g fcO
41 81T 110 g It 14 24S go :9
'4 m 120 g jg g ;?, o 10
k t"0 Ml g 25 ti 3S.1 CO g 3?i
tl J7g so gut ss r?i 121) g j;i4
lt 10 go : I2t go s 12
I Itil Ut 140 I 2 II. ...... .32 ... 8,'C,
,1 tt tt Ilk ... g X2V
Ill M 4 16 t2 14. . . g I2'
! 2M 10 I Ct ti 13 an g S2C.
S3 ls 121. S4 207 . I Mi,
M 2'' go g IIS H Jit go g :.h
tt tag . . 1 2714 40 40 g it.
1 21 ISO g t7( gri 101 41) g U
I7g ... g IIV4 70 2bT 10 4 I7C,
MlLbt'-Alien no ueavy run of sneep
and luiiibs, loilocalng right m Ins wake
of yesterday s near-recii d mai ketiug,
affords further proof mat the western
crop this season Is by no means sniaii.
Kresh arrivals rolled up a total of luily
42.ii head, lorcmg the iuu uays' receipts
easily past the ioO.wg) maik. The new
supply was teatuied by usual character
ana xaririy, buik being lambs, with teed
VNiih yesleiday's clearance In all
braiicues Ol the tiadu pracikelly com
plete, buyers wen- unabiu to lunl auy
ililug ve.y coiiviinlini In thu way ol a
lit ai lull argument una pi ires on both fat
una ti eder rlock opened just aluuit steady.
11 anyining, the uioie uroiiub.e tui ciassea
luled a ill lie sli oiiger in spou.
Fat lambs urew a goou, healthy In
quiry from packers, ana wneieier ipiahty
was al all attractive, It required little
selling effort lo sand offerings scale
ward. Tha sorting process was usually
necessary, however, as there were fe
lat strings that came straight and sold
In the same manner. The best lambs on
sale early brought $5 76, 15c above yestcr
ua) lop. The price c alleu lor choice
quality, or course, and it would tase
tuinetnlng out ot a mould to make a
lultier limit. Merely good lat lambs
langed around $5.60.
Fat sheep acted creditably, light pro
portion ot wethers, ewes, etc., still prov
ing a spur to competition. Choice, heavy
wethers, ths kind that landed at 11. si
yesterday, were repeaters, while killing
ewes moved around and under $3.35. Year
ling ttade was acaiiUly supplied and
country demand for feeders had a
rather iulet tone -during early rounds,
but plenty of orders were available and
clearance promised to be satisfactory.
Feeder lambs brought $5.00 snd less, uru
feeder ewes sold largely under the
mark. According to packers' tab, yester
day s purchase on country accouut
amounted to 40,000 head.
gnutauons ui, sheep and lambs: Lambs,
good to choice, $o.4ou&.ib; lambs, fair to
good. 46.2W'6.40; lambs, cuils, $4 7wu5.L,
iambs, feeders. $4.25uo.l6, yearlings, goou
to choice, ti.lhul4u, yearlings, feeueia,
$3.854.25; wethers, bandy, $3 7.u4.uu,
wethers, heavy, $3.6tK8 i oo; uetners,
feeders, $3 25(u3.b5, ewes, guod lo i hir,.,
$3 :i 50. ewes, lair to good, $3 ,vcj,
ewes. In reticle, J -i, 4 iH. . es. li tucu.,
e2 t. ewes, i-iiliM. 41.51026.
No. Av. Price.
32i ei. I. lambs feeders, culls 55 5 0
1;4 S. l. lambs, leedais, culls. 4 4 4"
1,19 Idaho lambs, feeders 5j 5 of,
ltd Ida no lambs, feeders, culls. 67 4 70
l,'i5 W yoming iambs, teeaen. .57 4 KO
Sii'! Wyoming lambs. lnl . culls .VI 4 10
i,i0 Wyonung lambs, feeders.. 6i 6 (
115 Wyoming lambs, fdrs , culls 1j 4 no
o'.i7 Wyoming iambs, feeders... 5s 4 s.7
640 Idaho ewes 3 10
43 Idaho ewes lt'j J 3')
lla Wyoming ewes lij J
..27 Wyonung ewes li i ,vi
'.! Wyomiiig wethers 107 3 is,
P7 Wyoming we! hers ill 3 ,.,
447 Wyoming welhetg, feeders. In; i) cj
i54 Nebraska ewes It) 3;i
2.4 Wyom.iig UiiiIji en 6 bo
613 W yoming lambs, feeders . 5 6 uo
43 Iciuho lambs. 4 tsi
4J Montana wethers L4 i bb
1. n Montana wethers I2i 25
)32 Wyoming ewes, feeders 75 i a,
ui4 Wyoming wemers, feeders i2 1 bo .
Idaho lambs, fdrs, cuils...61 4 25
kju Idaho lambs txj 5 ,
.',5 Colorado lambs. federk...b3 6 00
6,o Idaho lambs, feeders fsi 5 c5
l,ci Idaho lambs, feeders 6 6 (A)
.i-J l OHil ado I'llta 111 ot'
55 Iadho ewes 11,' j hi
lit Idaho ewee. 117 i 4i
.ml Colorado ewe.-, feeders 1aJ 3 i
u. Colorado eccr.i, feeders 19 3 cm
J Idaho yrarliiigs 92 4 26
,40 Idaho lambs ti:i il
To', Idaho lairil s i 5
,7 Idaho lambs .. .o o .0
'.i3 Wyoming esvts feeders .... 91 2 7i
145 Nebra.-ka ewes feeders 91 2 7j
US W yoming lambs, feeders .. 47 4 25
154 Wyoming lambs, feeders ..62 4-6
78 Wyoming lonibs. feeders ..4 4 28
2iK Wvomlng lambs, feeders .. 53 4 s5
70 Wyoming ewes 102 25
17 Idi'ihii w.thers 117 8 75
5 Idaho lambs 2 6 50
.."6 Idaho lamL" 2 t 50
1. 2 Idaho lanitiN f -t den tV4 4 90
M Idaho lnmbe, frctlrra .'4 4 75
f.;i Idaho yearlings 54 4 25
i'.al d ho ewes 9i 8 15
. Idaho ewes 97 3 13
Ul '. lining i- ces .122 3 35
S'.lt Snith 1'skotn ewes, feeders. 4 8 40
S Wyoming ewes, feeders SI 2 7$
IIS W vomlng ewes, feeder .... 2 J 75
153 Wvomlng ewe--, feeders .... 9t 2 Sfi
I7u Tt ah ewes, feeders 99 2 75
1! nmlng ewes feeders ... 109 2 SO
.144 Idaho lambs, feeders 55 5 10
C'4 Idsho lambs, feeders 61 o 10
r.27 Wvomlng lnmb-c. feeders . . 7 5 20
M Wvoming ylus snd weth.. 95 4 10
475 Wvomlng Ismhs 71 5 M
VA Wvom tig Intnbs 71 6 BO
221 W vomlng lnmbt 71 5 SO
CM Id.iho lambs 3 5 50
715 Idaho lambs M 6 50
'.'11 lilnhn lambs 1 6 50
.il Wvomlng lambs 73 5 00
4'.2 V vonilng lambs 73 5 10
l2 W yotnlnv; Ismhs 73 t 80
Senator Brown is
Minus the Latest
Style in Headgear
Ever since his college davs. Senato
Norrls Urown has had a nifty taste In
hats. In fact, he Is credited by his In-'
tlnistes with making a thorough study ot
the psychology of headgeur. In the days'
before he broke Into politics his lids
were always of Ihe most correct cut and
worn at the very proper angle demanded
of a young lawer walung In dignified
seriousness for the cai-es that should
make lihn famous.
After getting Into the political game,
Mr. Urown adopted an entirely different
plsn for the purchase and "set" of his
lists. He did not go so much on shapa
and roll, but laid a good deal of store
by the careless sppesrance of tha hat.
Soft ones became his favorites and shapa
was nowhere. The rising young politician
was quick to ses that a disreputable look
ing bonnet worn at any old angle, and
carelessly crushed all around, was tha
resl thing with which to appeal to hla
constituents In the fret, western stmos
phere. To see Urown campaigning mas
to convince the careful observer that
here was a man who overlooked no bats.
I'sually his hat was treated vary mucr
Ilka a handkerchief and looked as good
humored aa the senator's face when ha
Is happy. But since going to Washing
ton, Penator Drown has begun again to)
cultivate his early hunch for correct head
gear. He felt the dignity of his position
made It incumbent on him to he as cor
rectly hatted as other statesmen. After
the adjournment of the special session
he picked out a hat of the very latest
style to wear on his return to Nebraska,
and possibly to set the style in Kearney.
This wss the hit he wore when ha cajna
to Omaha to greet President Taft, and ha
took It with him to the Auditorium
meeting Punday. It was carefully placed
on a vacant chair where no one would
be likely to sit down on It.
When the meeting was over and tha
handshaking finished, Senator Brown's
taste In hals was endorsed. Soma ona
nad noted tha new bonnet and was
pleased with Its general characteristics.
Bo he wore Brown's hat away, and tha'
one left In Its place would have been un
ceremoniously spurned even by a second
"I had a hat when 1 came; of that I
am sure." bald Brown to a bunch of,
friends. "Now, Just observe this one.
A hurry order to a local hatter produced
a new- and mora sedate lid.
' No more swell hats for me," said Sen
ator Brown, before starting (or home. "I
have a collection of old campaign bon
nets at home and hereafter they must
Admiral Schley is i
Honored in Omaha
Admiral and Mrs. Schley were guests
of General snd Mrs. Manderson, their
very warm personal friends, at tha Man
derson residence In Omaha from May 19
to 24, 1R99, when Schley and Dewey were
tha Idola of tha nation. They wara also
made the guests of honor of tha Omaha
Though the admiral and his wife ar
rived at 8 In the morning In a pouring
rsln, great crowds were gathered at tha
station to meet them. On the afternoon
of their second day here a puhlto ra
ceptlon for them was held In the city
hall, and t.000 people came to meet them.
On the third day, Sunday, they attended
services at Trinity cathedral and heard a
sermon by Dean Campbell Fair. At noon
on Monday tha admiral h as the guest at
a reception and luncheon ut the Com
mercial club and In tha evening General
and Mis. Manderson gave a card party
for htm and Mrs. Schley at the Omaha
club. The next day he took an auto ride
through Council Bluff, received tha
I'nion Veterans' union at the Mrndersog
home and sttended Richard Mansfield's
presentation of Cyrano de Bergerac at
the lioyd, where he received a great ova
tion from Ihe audience and was an object
of even more attention than Mansfield
himself. He left on Wednesday for tha
ELECT BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Auditorium company was held
Monday evening at the Auditorium, at
which the directors for the coming year
were elected and over 40.000 shares of
stork voted. The following are tha dl-J
rectois for the ensuing year: Arthur
Brandels, C. C. Belden, Thomas C Byrne,
Charles H Leaton. M. II. Murphy, F. H.
rals. (Jould, IHeii. J M. Gillan. Joseph
Hayden. K. T. Hamilton, W. 8. Jardlne.
George A Joshn. W. Farnam Smith, J.
H Lehmer. It. A. leussler, Alfred Mil
lard. T. J. Mahoney, Fred Mala. J. A.
Monroe. C. F. Mi Grew, Fred F. Paffen
ra'h. 11. J. Penfold. Charles H. Pickens,
E. P Peck. James L. Paxton. Arthur C.
Smith. O W. Wattles. I. 8 Wellsr, C.
M WJlhelm and Home Miller.
ft- Dm i pvii
tUlloa and Jaok Sores, Old Sores,
from sny cuu.e Many bad cases whera
other reme.h -.. hate failed have been
cured permanently by a tew applications
of FLSTl'l'i l.iv if applied in time a cure
may be elfe ted without breaking tha
skin, ordinarily worst cases are cured
wiiliin three to four weeks. Una bottle is
buillcii-rit to curs any ordinary case.
Price 12 00 oreoaid Guaranteed to
cure or money refunded.
If our liUCijijle-T doea not have it
wrlto to the
Tlstnpola Compounding Co,
Latham, Illinois, V. g. aV.
Vsluabie testimonials given on applica
tion. Remit by currency, draft or P. O. rda
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