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TIIE BEE. OMAHA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1911.
WANTED TO RENT
WANl Kl-Io rm 4-room iiounf, part
modem, in any (mil ot ci(,. AilJinl
N. :. Lo.
WAXI ED I Vail room in downtown
office auul uw o( nrm,'i apher and i-Jc
plumo. Address K 4).
TLDEULY hcaitr.y gentleman all alone
warns i jri.irh'-a or uni ut meh. ! loom in
Qut.'t home ot f.Mcily wlrioiv ajM-iilux li,nnt
a.rew-1 red. I i I maiicnt truant. IV.eplione
or gncrnl inMoi a !'! ros not in.-ncieil.
State pnc. Ad,.ii. N-4AJ, Bee office
EVERY rrron knows who D. J.
O Hum I hecaiie lie ha maue Omaha
lamous with h.s candy. If. Mi. HI an
nan. 27C6 W ebster St., will c-inie.
lo The Bre office within three daya we
will give him an order fur a to-cent box
of O Rnon s randy Urr.
I .ii.l mmuoi euu.a
Hull. -' l. Ilea.
WANTED-Position as housekeeper, by
experienced cook, in either u Daiuali ur
German pome. AdUiesH, 'lltoinaa jriiatn,
Houle 2, tteatrice, Neu.
MAN Mama poa-iion aa Janitor, good
retereucea. Adui U-eW. cai iia.
tflilni ciaaa practical Hurt can tit
engaged al one. Dougiaa 6.94.
NAN and wlte. vei capable, detlrea
employment, e ,erieiiced aa manager
anil lio-isekeeper AUuieas, U-aXu, liee.
NVANTL.Lt 1'laca on
jeara old. 8 m. Boa.
larm for buy Ij
DAY work and family wanning.
FIRST CLASS laundress wants work
by tha day. C. Peterson. 3310 Ohio flt.
WASHING and curtains dona. T. II (420
WA N T ED Position
131 Ch'cago eu
as cook. Call
YOUNG lady stenographer; prefers po
rltlon out of city, experienced, good pen
man; care of Mr a. Adelia Lona, Truro,
wishes position. Ad-
EXPERIENCED lady wishes day work
of any kind. Will cook and serve for
entertainments. Call Doug. 6726.
WANTED By boy of IS, third year In
High school, a position after acliool.
M 43. lira.
YOL'NO man locating In city desires
position aa bookkeeper or office work.
Rank experience; excellent education and
character; reliable In all particular. Ad
dress, L 4L Boa.
BUNDLE washing wanted, liar.
COLORED girl want work. Web. 1!70.
EXPERIENCED stenographer deilrea
poaltlon. Web. KUti.
SITUATION wanted by first-class
stenographer. Elgin years experience.
Can give first-clans rcfeictices. Address
O 484, Omaha Baa.
ELDERLY gentleman want work In
hotel or any kind ot work. J. 0 , 2913
EVERYBODY enjoy an evening with
tha Woodward flock company. If Mia.
fmith, SMi B. 10th HI . will com to The
Be offlo within three daya w will
give her an orlcr for a pair of tickets.
SITU AT lb N wantid by couple; id u
rated, refined wlte, excellent house
keeper; man export masseur, nurse and
dermatologist, cure for chronlo ailment,
nervous d sorders, curative or Invalid;
good references. Prof. Brlmdaga, IIU
k r . Mo.
ui oiiifmrt K t ,iur W kS T
Ship four Mock to South Oinaliat
nUlc4) and ahrlnkanej your
tooalgoaienu recci ijrutupt auij
Byer Bros, ai Co. Huong and responsible.
WOOD BROS. IM-M Kxchanga BIOl.
Great West. Com. Co., Omaha at Denver
W. R, 8M1TH SON just handle aheep.
W. K. DENNY CO., SaTEschTBTdir
TAC.G HKUrf. hanule cattie, Iiom, sheep.
CLIr I'oN Com. I i., Ui l.xciiaiiK Bulg.
Lionahua at Hanuaii co., .v.1 Kxch. Bldn.
i lay. itooinaon at Co., Kxch. Bidg.
The manual d Com. Co.. Uj Kxch. U.ug.
W. K. n.vtll il on o, IiihI tiatidle lieep.
Internals lo. Better results. Ship to us.
Hl.hfth.-UPM.V (., .VI Excli. lllilj.
K. B.. H'll.l.KIH 0: CO. 'iZJ Kxch. BlUg.
Allen Duoiey ex to.. ii.-Ji Kxch. BhigT
I ox ai Jonoa Com, t o., huncli ot huttlieia.
liaiacon a: rmKia. ne stock co.u. nicr.
haitneis L IS. Com. Co.. )7r7xcna iikeT
1'vpuait piuceeua ol iiipiiieiita In 8lock
Varus Nat l Bank, only oank at yards.
WINN MhcjcI. A: I 07, ha'chang Bidg.
I.AVKK1 X B ru rt. , l.ift-4i l:."xcn. HI . I K .
t axton-KCkiiiau I hem. Co. ki k remuuies.
-I Exch.' Bulg.
Buchanan w kuii,
l,i-bo Kx Bulg.
iJax ton-Kck man c hem. Co. at g reiuetiiea.
Dei oeil picKevua ol eiilpiiienia In eilocii
Yaraa Nat i hank, only t.unw at yards,
rxituii at t oiiuu, live Hiock com. iiteT
UMAriA I tiE. GhAlfJ wlAHKcl
WEEKS OKA1N CO.,
Nebraaka-iowa Uraia Co. its) Btandeu,
VHhl L'PDIKU URA1N CO. Consign
'tmais carol uii y bauuieti. Ouiaba. Nso.
V UkhklAU COMMindiON Co. "Aa la
ln wno ns irijtd ua. '
ELEVATOR CO.. who. seals
Kia'M. hay, caup leoU. . ,xi
rtubtrt iai grain CO.. grain consign,
nienis solicitad. grain boug.u to anua
lie's Coming Here
MAN WHO SUED FOR BREACH
OF PROMISE LOSES SUIT
VEW YORK. Oct. llr. A verdict for the
defendant was found today by the Jury
tu Russell G. Griswold'a breach of
promlae suit against Miss Heleu Wood
ruff timlth ot Stamford. Conn.'
The Jury balii.tid eight nus On the
lust seven ballots of the Jurymen tiiuiight
trial Criswold hud failed to ebtahlibh hla
contention and fue thought that he was
entitled to dsn.sges front Miss Smith.
On the fifth, sixth and seventh ballots
recipient of the "Rual Lamb" letiers bad
only two supporter. Tlio eighth found
to twelve men saraed
BIG SPREAD FOR THE
ROOMERS AT Y. M. C. A.
Dwellers In the Young Men Christian
association building and a few Invltod
guests will be entertained this evening
at a "dormitory" bamjuet glveu In the
assembly room of th Young Men's Chris
tian aakoolatlon. An orcheatia will play
during the banquet and later there will
be a program of music and kpcaklng
Arrarcements have been made to seat
more than one bundled persona. Tim
kinuut-t will b.i'ln at I o'clock
Oil and Kmla.
SAVANNAH. Ga., Oct. W-TURPEN.
HoolN-slrm; type F, titty,; J, IWa
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Longs in Wheat Hold Fast, Letting
Market Take Its Course.
NORTHWEST 13 GRADING POOR
RntlUh fceera Which lias Bern Af
fecting Cora Market for om
.lime la Xoev taaalaa
OMAHA, Oct. It, 19U.
There Is a better einument on the buy
Inn aide of whet oer the one-dollar
inaik than when pricea were much lower,
ami longa are holUing faat, Ictt.nu tlxt
InurKet iuke its iouim'. Hepona on the
Kinlinif in tliu northwest C'lntinue poor
Hnd Kevcral alKiiona leport rain thin
mornli,. Ui uilcd etieiiKth la shown in
caah prices 1 lie ahott inteieat has tieen
I 'iK'.y n.minalerj nnd eome ' profit
tak n on Hie aw lis must be expected.
Bullish news, which haa hem haMng
llillB rltect on the corn inMrket for om
time, is now catixmg activity and market
uir.a are strsngthenliiK. 1 he advance la
Le.riK helped by the wet forecast, the
stroiiK cash situation and the display of
atteiiKih in the wheat market.
oiuinueu tuna vol a blc weather In the
northwest and atiotiK each markets In
the aoiiihwen foiced Idle aholU to cover.
-hmi viiiiiea welt umhiiiiKd to lo blKher.
BuiliMi hi was ki nrui ami the Inly
ing lone was t laat awakened sending
vaima higher today, ( ash corn sold Itc
I'rimary wheat receipts were 1,03.1.000
bushi ia ii nd ehipmenta were M1.0U0 bush-
en. akalnst receipts laat year of H04.UU9
biiHheis and alitnments of Ml.ivO bunhrls.
Primary corn receipts were 44..000 buah-
cla and shipments were 753. mm buahele,
uiiln.-t receipts last your of 4"i.0"i) bush
clx and ehli inenta of iVi W buslicla.
Cliarancea were b.A huahela of corn.1
dm bushel of oaie and wheal and fiour
equal to ij.Sit) buahcls.
IJverpool closed uiuhaiiiitd to Ud
higher on wheat and id tu 1d higher
The following cash sal';r. were tcporled;
Wnnit-.Nu. X hard, 1 cur at .104. 3
cars ut ll.ik,'-,. k earn at 11 W; .No.
hard. 2 c ars at tl ot. 1 car at 11 u.1, 1
car at 11 (W No. 4 hard. 1 car al llulV..
1 car al to.i-, So. I mixod durum, 1
car at H.OJ't; No. mixed, 1 car at IL3'4,
i car at ll.ui; No. mixed. 1 car at
tom No. white. 2 cars at G85o; No.
yellow, '1 cnr at Sc, No. I yellow 8
care al ti-V; No. 2 mixed. 1 car at Oc
,o. 3 mixed. In cars at C'c.
Oats Standard, 1 car ai 4nc; No. I
while, 1 cur al 41'vo, 1 car at 4t.Uc; No.
4 white, 4 cars at 4tWc. 1 car al tic ; no
grado, 1 cur at V
Omaha Cuati Prices.
WHEAT-No. 2 hard. V.0MM: No. I
hard, sl.oinji.wi,,; No. 4 hurd, Ui'ctl oVs:
i tut.-M fo. 4 white, b''il.4c; iNn, t
while, (.U'VU'if )c; No. 4 while, butfj'ic;
No. i color, wvvoia'.c; No. I yellow. tiKVasi
teTo; No. yellow. lix'iUTnC; No. 4 yellow.
W"u,lnc; No. i, Oa'ul, iNo. 3, bS'U'jh'JC,
ivo. 4. tn-lutiB;.
OA'iS-No. il white. 4iM.'2l4AVc: standard
4iW'o4i.!c; No. i white, 4''(j 4fi'o ; No.
4 wiiltu, 4ii)'iiilMc; No, yellow, 4uu4bc;
No. 4 yellow, 4.i'a4iic.
HA RLE Y-. Mailing, l.Ut1.21; No. 1
KiL-ivo. 2, 8t'97c; No. 2, t'u'tj '.Wo.
Wheat. Corn. Oata.
Chicago 4s Iff) Ui
oniKha 27 61 ii
CIIICACO UUAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feat urea of the 1 radios and Closing;
Prices on Hoard ol Trad.
CHICAGO, Oct. 19. Aa Immense burl
hoe was done, today In wheat, notwith
aiaiidlna the Dlic range was narrow.
lyings were apparently taking protna and
waiting lor me caan uemanu to eaten
up wnn the gain In. futures. Compared
with laat niaiil moeliiK 1 mures varied
from i?a lower to no advance. The end
of the session left coin unchanged to
StlrVo down, oate a shade oil to a like
amount, higher, and hug products slanting
from yesterday's liguies to 7v,o above.
There was a great deal of covering of
short wheat today and much buying. A
good share ot tne purchasing resulted
trom rain and sleet In Norm Dakota,
where only J per cent of threshing and
lit per cent ot plowing lias ueen uono.
With much of the cixip theie being ruined
and a primped of decreased acreage next
year the rumllUona in the stale would be
giave, and according to some authorities
the moHl serious me commnnweaiin nus
ever sxncl Icliceil. 1 ne olticiai lorecaai,
however, was lor dealing weather In trial
section. Beariati auvicea iroin nussn
and the Argentine exercised a some
what restraining liuluence in keeping tne
market trom becoming overbought, de
spite alarming reports of poor grading In
the Canadian northwest. The uel reault
of the opposing Influences waa a steady
tone at Hie finiHli. Between tne opening
and the closing December fluctuated
fiom Sl.OO7 to. W 01i, with latest sales ai
tl.Oltk, precisely the same as last night.
Promise ot clear, cold weather, the
sort needed to maiure kernels and pro
mote husking, held down the nervousness
of shorts In corn. December ranged be
tween Wimoio and tkic. closing steady
Vu"o net lower at t&ViLi''- Cash
grades were In light supply. No, I yellow
was (pluted al 74l77c.
Oats wure sustained by the Isrgeness
of the discount at which the spot grain
was selling under corn. December ranged
between 4o and 47o, with the close at
47V, a net gain of a shade.
rear that hog cholera would reduce
suppilea at the yards made the provision
market firm. In no case, however, did
prices raise more than 7V net.
quotation of leading products were;
Open. High. . Low. Close. Yes'y.
Dec. 1 O0'k 1 01 1 00' 1 01k 1 01
May. 1 1 0t.S 1 . 1 1 06T4
(ijl 06;, fl'l On.fii 1 tii,1,
July. I w' 1 00 I oo'fll 1 ool. 1 W
Deo.. txVYSV S 6Sit7S'iM(Sl Wkj
May. t(s'i,J"i t";l (S U ri 65 a ,4
July. 6i so v, tk'4i tbi u.
Data 1 I I I I
Dec,. I 47V 4S I 47 47li47fl',
May. t0H'i, &"S BiiH-SOMi
July. 47 47 M'rW4V(r
'jatt.. 15 ) IS 15f.7S 1S87H IS 74
May. li tw U 85 Uti la 7 15 fc.'
CKt . S95 IH 190 DO tSVt
Jan.. V'ft 9 9 00 ui S .'
Oct.. S 30 I 30 S 25 Id ISI
Jan.. S I:.?! 8 2o & S 174 S 12i
May.) a ii IS SJ4 S 2i S fl S
I I KVil
Cash quotations were as follows:
Kl-OUR Market firm; winter patents.
Stli4 7!; stralchts. ISdOu,1" errli
atra-ghts, S4.i)4.;t; bakers. S3.70fta.uO.
H E No. 2, !hc; feed or mixing barley.
PMitlOJ; fair to choice malting, I1.12U'
KEF.D Timothy, 1J Oufl 1& S6; 'clover,
111 hk,i 19 SO.
PRtiV ISIONS Meaa fxrk. per bbl..
Sir. .VJ j,'4i 15 7i. lard, per l'O lbs.. SS rci.
bliort ribs, sides (loose). S 0itik.5l; short
rlear snlos (boxed), l.'Qh Ih.
Primary receipts were l.u&.OOn bu., com
pa ird with MM. Ouo bu. the oorreapondlng
tlav a yeur ago.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat. 1 curs: corn. 197 cars; oats, 133
caia; hugs, 1 uoj head.
Chicago Ca.n Price Wheat: No. 1
led. Sioisuiwi. No. J rei". 90011.011:
No. I hard. S1VI4107; No 2 hard, Sl.0J
106: No. 1 northern, tl 14ul 16; No. 1
noithern. Sl.l'sil 1; No. 2 northern. SI. 10
ulU. No 1 spring. Slotolbt. No. S
prlng. SlW:'ill!-v; No. 2 spring, tcn
11 U; veUet chaff, '.C-esi $1 !.; durum. 9uoj
II Vi. Corn; No. 2, ;:-j--j;tc; No. 3 white
71MT(;u No. 2 yellow, 74 -1 7.V; No. 3,
7':l72Vo; No. 3 while, 74 r74lc; No. a
fellow. 74-i7-: No. 4. 7l'...;2c; No. 4
while, 7l'y",J1jc; No. 4 yellow, i3l, ,Si.tc.
Oata: No. 2. 4;l1c; No. 2 white. 4(j4.Vc;
No. S while. 4T'.ii4Sr; No. 4 while. 4S',t
t.tOi standard, 4;,a-lS,. Hr: No. 1
;o. Barley: 0ciiSl A. Tbiwithy. tlSia)
iilild. 4'lover: lU.UvaiS.SO
MUTTER Steady; creamerlee, 23j2ac'
(3ir1:-s. 2lfl.'H1. '
LtUiii Mi-ady; receipts 3 410 uu. .
ilSin. n r. ,..v.v.w, ,uX, XirStS,
01 .me f irMe. L'2o.
CHEEE Sieady. daisies. I4',1j 141..C;
.nio, '-.ji.v, r-'i .America
I '( iTATOK.S Steady; choice to
fmr to good, KAt
I"OULTRY Easy; turkeys, 14c;
tna. tw; springs. He.
VEAL steady i to to M-lh. wis
'a'&K'V; j to IHMb.
Dally movement of produce
. ln.urt 2f."f'l
. 4: ') H orw)
. 3J4 iJ4,ul
1,0 1 '!
i arlot flecflptp-Whcat. 4 car", with 15
of contract (trade; corn. l'! rare, with 41
of contract lirarie; oata. 1M enrx Total
receipts cf wheat at f'hlrauii. Minneapolis
and Ixiluth today were nn cnr. compared
with cars Inat week and JM cars the
corresponding day a year ago.
NEW YORK t.EIIHtl, MARKKT
Quotation of the Day on Varlons
NEW YORK, Oct. H. FLOt'RFlrmer;
spring patents. S6.:;i iio.vi; winter atralahts,
M XqA.M; winter patents. 14 3t-it.70; spring
cieais. 14 3- f;4 ': w. titer nxtias No. I,
WRO-I3 S0; winter extras No. 2, .t.4i( 3 jfi;
KansHH RtralKhts. $l.7jai!x). Receipts,
3l..m.i bu.; shipmeiita. 2 .'u tin Rye flour,
firm: fair to good. ft.ijujuO; choice to
fanrv, S.l v.4 !4.4i.
COnNMEAI Firm; f'ne white and yel
low, Ile.I4.'; coarse, tl.3oill4o; kiln
dried, S3 .- 'a 3 ":.
HMT-iKit market stesdy; ino. i
red. 11.02, elevator, export basis, and
ll.tfl, f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 northern, Du-
lutn. II. 1M. r o. b.. afloat. Futures mar
ket was unchanged at the start owing to
diaappolntlng weather, rallied sharply on
caan markets, bullish reports regarding
the northwest and export salee of 7U
loads here and out ports, but eased off
late under profit taking, closing Vc net
lower. December. 11.06 It-lifts l.OB i-lte;
closed at tl.t.; May, SI. 14 13-11 f Ml 5-16;
closed at Il.lo 13-1H. Receipts, 74,200 bu.;
sh'pments, 11,790 bu.
CORN epot market steady; No. 2 ex
port, ;'V, nominal, f. o. b, afloat; fu
tures market nominal; receipts, 11, X0 bu.;
shipments, 70S bu.
OA To ripot market firm; standard
hlto. G. In elevator: No. 2. 6.'l'c; No.
2 Mc; No. 4, f.2'V; natural white and
white clipped, l'ii'.tua, on track. Fu
tures market nominal. Receipts, 2X275
bu. ; no shipments.
FEED Sieaoy ; western spring bran.
inn-lb. sacks, $. 10; standard middling,
ion-lb. sacks, tjx.ig; city. 100-lb. sacka.
HAY Firm; prime No. 1, SU.V1.25;
No. 2. Si l"(il.li; No. 3. SLOOtilCi.
HOI'H-Kirm: stste. common to choice.
HIDEH-FIrm: Central Amerce, zm
LEATHER Firm: hemlock firsts. 2MJ
27o; seconds, lien ;;i.c ; rejects, l.'x'.
I'ROVISIONS Pork, steady; mess, 11700
('17.511; family. SIB Oim 21.00; short clour.
tlt 7f-al7.C). Reef, i rm; mess, S12.iiili 13 00;
family. S13.Lcf(t 14.00; beef hams. J-J &tydi
iZ.'.fi. Cut meats, stesdy: pickled bellies,
1" to 14 Ins.. SU.otHjll.To: pickled hams,
$l2.0i). Lard steady; middle west prime,
:t.0f,t(9.16; refined steady; continent, SS;
.South America, S10.40, compound, V-lSgt
TALLOW Rteady; crime city. hhds..
&c. nominal; country. 6Vy87c
MUTTER Firm; creamery specials,
Sic; extras, 30c; first, 2'.o28'c; creamery,
held special, 29lic; extras, ZWP'i9c; proo
ess special, 24'ic; extras, 2:i'rti4c; fac
tory, current make, first. 21i21Vo.
CIIEE.SE - Steady; skims. 12120;
state whoie milk. sieclals, UVaO.
ECKJS Firm; ftesh gathered, extras,
3"ti(itlc; extra firsts, 'It'nihc; fresh
gathered, dirties. No. 1, 174jl.se; fresh
gathered checks, prime, 16c; refrigerator
firsts, season storage charges paid, 'ivy
21c; western gathered whites, 2iiii3c.
POULTRY Alive. firm, unchangr.1;
dressed. Irregular: western chickens, lifr
13'ic; fowls, lliiflc: turkeys, average
best, lS'a20c, others. l(kl8o.
Ht. Louis General Market.
BT. LOUIS, Oct lB.-WHEAT-Cash,
higher; track, No, I red, Sl.OlHf l ft!;
No. S hard, Sl.07ijl.lil; December. fLOl-;
CORN Higher; track. No. I. 73g734c;
No. t white, 73 "c; December, t3c; May,
OATR Strong; track, No. t, 47Hc; No.
I white, 4s,')!ft4ic; December, ilc; May,
FLOUR Firm; red winter patents, S4.50
Ii4.su; extra fancy and straight, $3.!Xu4.3i,
hard winter clears, S3.Wij3.7i.
CORNMEAL 3 2i.
BRAN Quiet; sacked east track, SI 12
HAY TiOWer; timothy, S19.0TXS 24.00; pral
, RAOOINO 8N,b.
PROVISIONS- Pork, higher; Jobbing,
11.". '75. Lard, higher; prime steam, S .fr
1.75. Dry salt meats, unohsnired; boxed
extra shorts. S7H; clear rlha. $8.K7Vs:
short clears, t00. Bacon, unchanged;
boxed extra shorts, 9.00; clear rlba, SU.UQ;.
abort clears. t'.t.M.
POULTRY - Weak: chickens, 9'ic;
springs. 10c; turkeys, 14o; ducks. ll-o;
BUTTER steady; creamery, ZJflaoc.
EGGS Steady, at lKSiSlHc
Flour, bbls. 9,700 0
Wheat, bu 57.0HO 29.000
Corn, bu S4.000 21.0K
Oats, bu 49.0i S2.0U0
Kaaaa City Grain aad Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. IS. WH EAT
Cash. Hnjlo higher; No. t hard. S1.03 M
1.111 No. 3. S1.0lfl.OB; No. 2 red. 1.03;
No. I. B!HecSl.i; December. SI OIHtf
1.014; May, 11.041(1.04; July. Tl597Sa
CORN Unchanged; No. s mixed, nvie;
No. 3. 71c; No. 2 white, TSe; No. S. 73',o;
December, May, tMt4i4c; July,
OATB Bleady; No. 1 wnite, VMDtsxc;
No. 2 mixed, 4iHt474o.
HAY-8teady; choice timothy, S19.00;
choice prairie, S13.tko 13.00.
Bt; ITER creamery, zsc rirsts, soo;
seconds, 240; packing stock, 19c.
EUUS Extras, 2oVfco; firsts, Z2c; seconds,
Wheat, bu. 48.0u0 SS.Ouo
Corn, bu IS. 19.0D0
Oats, bu 9.0u0 10,000
Mlaaeapolls Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 19. WHEAT
December, SlI"HtJ 1.10; May. 1 14l4i
1.14S: cash. No. 1 hard. S1.13. No. 1
northern, ll.ll1gl.llH; No. 2 northern,
SI Ok-Vol 0tH; No. 2. Sl.Oddl-MH.
IIaiU.E -fiScysl 11
CORN No. S yellow, 74c.
OAT8-N0. S white, 41)HK1,--
RYB-No. 2, .te.
FIXiL'R First patents. tfi.40r8S.TO; second
patents. S-'ytKrf, ;;5; first clears, SS 90n4 25.;
second clears, t2.8OS3.:0.
PEORIA. Oct. 19.-CORN-Hlgher; No.
I yellow. TStfTSHc; No. S yellow. 72H
7Siie; No. 8 mixed, 72Hc; No. 4 mixed.
OATS Steady; standard. 47Ve; N-
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 19. WHEAT Snot,
nominal; futurea. firm: October. 7s Wd.
December, 7 "d: March. 7a d.
CORN' Spot, firm; American mixed. 6e
41, .1; future, strong; January, 6 lOd;
February, 3a 9td.
Milwaukee (.rata Market.
MILWAUKEE. Oct. 19 WHEAT-No 1
northern. SI .I.'kuM; No. S northern. SI U
11( No. 1 haul, winter. SI Ohi 1 Ok, D
cember. Sio.'l,: May, S1.06.
BARLEY Malting, tl 131 3.
Dwlntk Grata Market.
DULUTH. Oct. 19. WHEAT No. 1
hard. tl.llVi; No. 1 northern, SI 10H; No. I
northern. JUKi'-aii 1 06; December, tl WS.
asketV llay. tl.ii. aaked.
NEW YORK. Oct. ll-M ETAL-Stand-ard
copper quiet; pot. (."H-tober, Novem
ber and Dei-em tarr, 11J 10-n 12.30; January,
ll-'bii 1.VS5; lindon matket firm: apot,
t. 13a 9.1. futures, So 10a Arrival re
ported fgom New York today. S.040 tons.
I'uatuma bouse return show exports of
10, H61 tons so far this month. Lake cop
per, lAtHai3-7&; atleclrolyiie. flint?
ill SO; casting. tri.Ouro 12.26. 1ln, quiet:
spot. Sl.tk:W:4 42-07Sk: October. Sil br
4195; November and Derettiber, Id VM
41 S: January, S41 15dj41 90. February,
S41 A(I1.;6. London firm; spot, flM 17 d;
future. tlv9 l.'s d. Lead, quiet; New
York. Sii.-u4.3c; East Ht. Ims. 4.nf
4 2r; Ixuidon. (IS 6s. tipeller, New York,
.,.lii,ii. East et. Ixiula, Su.10rne.J0; lxn.
don, t.'7 7h 6d Annuiony quiet. Cook
son's, SH uotiH l.V Iron. Cleveland war.
rants, 3d, in Ixndon; linally. Iron
quiet; No. 2 fojndry northern, tll2n4j
l.S.Vi, No. !. llfcuuitilS; No. 1 aoutheja
and No. 1 southern soft, I.U.O0& uViaX.
to K-lb. wtc
NEW Y0RKST0CK MARKET
Fairly Strong- Tone ia Evidence
Burin; the Day.
CENTRAL 0AUJS ABE REC0EDET
lolted ktates Steel Boaakt oa
Theory that Cancellation of Ore
Lease M ill IntproTC Status
NEW YORK. Oct. 13 Fluctuations of
stocks were much wider snd mor ac
tive today than during the recent dull
seasons. The market developed a A'Hy
strong tone and buying st times waa
conducted on a heavy scale.
At the end of a day of contradictory
movements the. Hat stood well above the
trevlous day's close. Cnlted states steel.
ehiRh .Valley and Canadian Pacific
mnoe net gains of two points or more
and moM of the other active shares
roie hv substantial amounts.
United Htates Steel, which was sold
yesterday for the ostensible reason that
the steel corporation was to cancel Its
lase of the Hill ore properties was
hrouKht today for the same reason on
the theory that cancellation of the lots
would Improve the corporation'! statute
under the Sherman law.
Great Northern ore certificates were
affected keenly by the announcement
of the steel corporation's decision. The
stock broko 7 points, making a 10-polnt
loss In two days and Belling down to
40 cents. Its lowest quotation since 1307.
It subsequently recovered part of this
Movements of the copper group at
tracted considerable attention o' ccount
of the advance of the price of metal to
I2c. American Smelling, which lost
grou... rapidly early In the day, re
covered Its loss and closed with a sraln
of nesrly a point and Amalgamated cop
per rose l,c.
Representstlvea of tne copper trade
said there had recently been a pro
nounced Improvement In the situation.
The decline In stocks of copper In Europe
was said to have strengthened the for
eign metal market.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows:
galea. Hlsh. Low. Close.
Amalgamated Copper ...
Amartran Asrlcultural ..
Am. Beat Sugar
American C. si K
Am. riotion OH
Ameiiraa H AL. pfd. ..
Am. Ic gacurltlea
A marina a Loenmnttve ..-
Amarlciaa i. 4k ,K
Am. . A R. pfd
Am. Rtael Fnunrlrtea
Am. Sugar Refining
American T Aj T
Aroerlraa Trtbaeeo pfS...
Anaeearla Mining Or
Atlantio Coast Una
Baltimore A Ohio
Brooklyn Rapt4 Tr
Central Leathar pfrl
Central of Nw Jaraey...
Chssapsaka A Ohio
Chicago O. W., now
Chicago O. W. ptd
Chicago A N. W
Chicago, M. at St P
f . c . r. t st L
Colorado F. at I
Cnlnrado A southern....
tviawara A tludaon
Dsnrer A Rle Orand. ...
Denvar A R. O. nfd
Matlllara' ecarltla ....
Rrt lat Ptd
Erie Id pfd
Great Nort harn pfd .
Oraat Northern Or ctfa. Il l")
Int. Mat. ptd
Tnt. Marina ptd
International Pump ......
Kar.aa C!r Southern....
K. C. a. pM
LnuliTllle A Na.hTllle...
Minn. A St Loula
M . St. P. A S. 8. M ..
Mlaaoiirt. K. A T........
M.. K. A T. (
National Blarutt , -
N. R. It Bf M 14 pfd..
New Tork On'ral
N. Y.. O. A W
Norfolk A We.tSfg
North American ......
P . C . C. A it. 1
PrMiaml Rteel Car
Pullman Palae Car
Ratlwa? Btael Spring....
RepuhPr Steel pM
Rock laland Co
Rock lalaod C pfd
St. U A . r. M pf4...
st. Louia s w
St. L W. pfd
Rlosa-Shaffleld S. A t...
So. Railway pfd
Taiaa A Paclftr
T . St I.. A W
T. . St. U AW. ptd
t'nlon Pacifla pfd
t'nlted Statea R-alty ...
. tl 000
', " io
, I Hon
'. " 7 00
tlaltsd Stataa Ruhtwr..
1'nltad Stataa ft eel
V. g. Steel pfd
Va. -Carolina Chemtral
Whaellne A L. B
Total eale for th day. UT.aM aharee.
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 19. MONEY On call,
steady, Ssa2 Pr cent: ruling rate, 21
per cent; closing bids, t per cent; of.
fered al 2H per cent. Tim loans, steady;
sixty daye. eStiSH per cent and ninety
daya. I3 per cent; 11 months, SVtf
SS Pr oeni.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-4VP,
44 per cent.
h-fuRLlNO EXCHANOE Firm, with
actual business In bankers' Mil at t4AVi0
for slxty-dav bills and at 4 8070 for de
mand: commercial bills. S4SU.
SILVER Bar. S4c; Mexican dollars. 4to.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today were
I). g. rat. Ss. rag. .KH Jasaa 4 17
4a Se, oeupea u do 4',a t4
da la, rag 101 K C. So. lat la... 73
a coupon lulSL g. dab. 4s 1M1... U
4a. ivg lUwU A N. unt 4a... I4
do a. .-uupoa UJM. K. A T lat 4a.. 17(4
Allta-Chal. IM St... lo do gas. ( l:v
Aaiar. As. as UU'Vlo. Paolfle 4a 14
A at. T. A T. a 4a..lo.S'N. SR. ot M. 4Sa tl
Am. Tebaoo 4..... N. T. C. g. 4a.... I7u
do 4a 1U 4 dab. 4s 13 1
Armour A Ca. 4S la'N. T . N. H. A H
. a ct, ts 114
.10N. A W. tat a. 4a.. t
.104 4 ee. 4a toa't
. wttNo. Pavlfio 4a lw
. M'4 o la aaa
. tl 0. g. L. rfdg. 4a.. tn.
. teSPenn. av. I Va UU. t
da ev. a
do ev. aa
A. C L Ut to.,
kal. A Okie 4a...
do t. W. ISa.
Brook. Tr. cv 4a
iw -00 coa. a Idila
VVn ot Oa. la toi rlnadlng gan 4a tx
On. Leather la..... L A . F. fa 4e 7a
at N. J. g. la.. Ill do gen. la
Che A Okie 4la..l0lgt. L S. a. ,
do rat. la. ' lo lat sol4 4a.... sou,
Chicago A. SHI. 4 S A L 4s.
C. S). A li. ) to.... MS. Pad. ool. 4a W
do gaa. 4a do cv. 4 MS
CM. A S P i IHa o4 do let ret 4a..... H
C R. 1. A P. a. 4a. 71'g Railway aa vn
tin .:. -'i ds la Tt
Colo. Ind. aa 74n'nloa Paciflo 4...too
Oola Mid. 4a II do ev. ia jrei
"i. . a. r a 1 . .1 ao ih at rer. ee. .. ar-a
U. A H. ev.
M4V. g. Raboer 4a. ...Il
all. a Steel M ls...imt.
da rat a ...
Mallllara' aa ..
Krla p. I 4a..
lo ga 4a...
e,ie cv. 4a. aa
da earta .
Oaa. Kiac. ev.
..-.r. .nana. aa..li'l
.... rtWabaak lat aa.
.... 7T4 da lat A aa.
A. H'iWaatara M4. 4a
.... 71 Weal. glee. v.
III. Oa. lat ret. 4aH4M.
Pan. av. la..
la. Met. 4(a T
tnt M. U. 4e 44
PT LOUIS, Oct. 19.-WOOL Weak:
territory and western medium. 17j-1o
fin medium. ImjUw; fin. Ho lie
NEW YORK. Oct. IS COTTON Plot
closed dull; hilddllug upland. 9 Sac; mid
dlir-g gulf. 9.40o: eaJea. 4. bale. Fu
turra opened firm; October, Suae, bid;
November, 109c; December, .26c; Janu
sry, t.liV; Msroh, 9Mc; Mar, 1 46o; July,
9.5V-; 8eptemler, 9 f jo. offered.
Futures closed steady. Closing bids:
October. 9 01c; November. 9 09o; Decem
ber, 9 13c; Januarr. 9.0Sc; February, 9 13c;
March, Ijc; April. 9 2Rc; May, 9 33c;
June, 9.27c; July, 9.41c; August, 9 3nc;
London Stork Market.
LONDON. Oct. 19 American securities
were quiet and featureles during the
forenoon. Prices ranged from uncnanged
to above parity at noon.
Con sola, money .... tl Mo., Kan. A Tex... IIS
.711-ldN. T. Central 1114
... S.ili Norfolk A Western. n
... 714 do pfd tos
..i"vi)niarto ar weeiera. 40
104 Pennsylvania US
Italtlmor A Ohio.. W4 Rand Mines 4 '4
C anadian Pacltlc . .tn Pea-ling Tl
Cheeapaak A Ohio. 75gc"'hrn Ry n
Chi. oroat Weatarn lS do pfd 71
Chi., Mil. A Bt. P.lll Southern Paciria ... I"S
Da Beara 1H do pfd 71
Denver A Rla 0... 1(H Southern Pacific ...lttUj
.. 4 I nlun Paciflo
do l-t pfd ..
do Id pfd ...
-. 314 do pfd ...
.. (1 l S Steal.
..42 do pfd ....
.. I Wahaah
1 1 llnnla Central
)(. "1 do pfd ....
Loula.llla A Nun 111
.-. 1 . . fi.l--iai , t Irm
at 247d per
MONEY-mfll. per cent.
The rate of discount In the open mar
ket for short bills Is afi3H per cent; for
three months' bills, 3l73 13-16 per cent.
Boston stock Market.
BOSTON. Oct. 19. Closing quotations on
stocks and bonds:
Allouai :u Mirhawk
Amal. Copper &2S Nevada Con
A. Z. l At 11 Mpl.alng Mine ..
Arizona Oora 2fi North Butte
B. A C C. A S. M. 4H North Lake
title Coalition .... K'ciM Dominion ....
Cal. A Artaana (sOnceola
Cal. A Hacla Ut Parrott B. A C...
Centennial t Qulncy
Cop. Pang C. C... H'4 Shannon
Eaat Butts C. M ... 10 Superior
Franklin I 4 Superior A B. M
Olroux Co IS Tamarack
Granby Con tt II. g. 8 R. A M.
Oreena Cananea . . S II tl do pfd
lale Royal Copper. 13H t tah Onn
Kerr Lake t t'tah Copper O...
Lake Copper 14i4Wtnona
I Falls Copper.... 4 Wolvertn
Miami Cop par 11
New York Mining; Stock.
NEW YORK. Oct. 19. Closing quota-
lions on mining stocxs were
1M Little Chief ..
On). Tunnel atock.
Con. Cal. A Va...
ladvllle Con. ...
SO Yellow Jacket
NEW YORK. Oct. 19.-COFFEI5 Fu
tures opened Irregular at a decline of 1
point on October and from 10 to 26 points
on later months tinder heavy realizing
telling lor a reaction and European of
ferings, wblr.n accompanied declines In
the French and Oerman markets. At the
beginning brokers of heavy roasters were
bupers of the near months, but this sup
port proved Inadequate and the market
continued to ease off during the day,
with the selling heavy and apparently
for both accounts.
The bigger Brailllan receipts and the
accumulating stocks at Santos, together
with more favorable weather for the new
crop, seemed to enoourage operations for
a reaction following, the recent sensa
tional advance, but the officers from
Braxll showed no weakness, and many
thought that the bulk of today's selling
here had been In the way of. arbitrage
business or undoing straddle between
New York and Havre at the present dif
ferences, which are considerably nar
rower than they were three or four weeks
ago. The close was steady at a net de
cline of ZS'S-U points. Sales, 153,760 bags.
October, November and December, 14.60c;
January, 14.S0c; February, 14.75c; Marcn,
l.97c; April, 13.91c; May, 13.85c; June,
13.84c; July, 13.8.1c; August and Bcptem
Havre was 4i91f lower. Hamburg was
V'l'pfg higher. Rio, 12S rels higher at
nt7D; Santos, 100 rels higher; 4s, 9S4O0; 7s,
Beceipts at the two Brazilian ports
84,000 bags, against 62.00 last year. Jtin-
diahy recelpta, 00.000 bags, against 46,300
last year, loday s cantos cable reported
4s quiet and unchanged and Sao Paulo
receipts of 70,000 bags, against 75,000 last
Evaporated Apple and Dried Fralta
NEW YORK, Oct. 19. EVAPORATED
APPLES Pteawly. with only moderate of
ferings; spot, fancy lOtslOHc; choice, 8
DRIED FRUITS Prunes, In leas active
demand except for the small sixes; quo
tations range from 7o to 12Ho for Cali
fornia up to 40-50 and 11S13WO for
Oregons. Apricots In slow demand, but
prices are steady In absence of offerings;
choice, 1..S15V; extra choice, 161(316140;
fancy, 17'olsc. Peaches, quiet but steady,
with little pressure to sell; choice, 11(3
ll'-ic; extra choice, ll$12o; fancy, 12W2
12c. Raisins, firm, with a better de
mand for seedless. Loose muscatels are
quoted at OVuc; choice to fancy seeded,
SftSHc; seedless 61 7c; London layers, SI. 40
Philadelphia Prodace Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct 19. BUTTER
Steady; extra western creamery, 82c;
do, nearby print. 33c.
EQ08 Frm: Pennuvlvanla and other
nearby firsts f. c, S8.10 per case; do.,
current receipts f. c. 87.60 per case; west
ern firsts f. c, S8.10 per case; do., current
receipts, si.ar'ui.oir per case.
' CHEEBr-bieady; New Tork full
creams fancy, Lc; do. fair to good. 149
Oils aad Hoala.
SAVANNAH. Oa.. Oct 19. TURPEN
TINE Firm, 47Vau; aalea. 3u6 bbls.; re
ceipts, K7 bbls.; shipments, 208 bbls.;
SIOCKS. SOMtlU DDIS.
ROSIN Hrm: aalea 1.800 bbls.: recelDts
I.94 bbls.; shipments, 1,6 bbls; stocks,
M.U34 ddis. uuotauons: a. 98.40; D. Sn.4o
K. H.oO; F, u, ri and I. St 62H; K and M
S6.VS; N. to-70: WQ, S7.20; WW, ti-60.
Kaaaaa City Lira Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT, Oct. 19. -CATTLE Re
ceipts, 7.000 head. Including 1.3u0 south
erns; market steady to weak: dressed
beef and export steers. S7.0uii8.o0: fair to
good, SS.4tu.90; western steers, S4.15gi
cta; ntocaers ana leeaers. 3.ioujo.76;
southern steers, u.iHo.to: southern cows,
S2.7Mrjl4.60: native cows, S2.7MiS.00; native
l , 1 n: .n aa. . . i , . n , . . . . ,
neiicre, ea.iici.w, ouiia, aa.oui-tu; caivee,
HOGS Receipts, 10,000 head: market 6
10c nigner; oum or sales, sb.sxna.ko; heavy,
S8 rVi.Si: packer and butchers. 8" 25iy
6. till; llirhts, StU"'K; llRhts, S4.ot'rTo.36.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 8.000
head; market steady; lambs, 4.0ofl6 60
yearlings, S3 5Vi4-40, wethera. SiOiHiii.76
ewe . $.85u8-40; a locker and feeders.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
6T. JOSKPH. Mo.. Oct. 19. CATTLE
Reoelpts, 2,f00 head: market, slow; steers,
t4.MQ4.00; cows and heifers, tl.SOifi8.00;
HOGS Receipts, S.S0O head: market. 8Tj
100 higher; top, ..a. so; bulk of sale.
84. 40 8 60.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt 8 000
head; market steady; Iambs, Si 004J8.00.
Stock la Sight
lA...lri ( llua ,wtr Ik- ei.,-
clpal western market yesterday:
v auie xioKs nneep
South Omaha 3..'.o S.300 17.000
St. Joseph 2.oo0
Kansas City 7.000
rtt. Ixiuls LpM
.95.400 SJ.200 74.SO0
Rumors of Wilson's
WASHINGTON, Oct 19. -Secretary of
Agriculture Wilson, who react! ad her
lat today from Chicago, denied rumors
that he had handed his resignation to
President Taft to take effect November
15, or a aooa thereafter as suitable.
There la absolutely no justification for
tha rumor," ha declared emphatlcaJly. 'i
hAtra no thought of handing In my realty
nation any time soon."
LIVINOoTON. Mont.. Oct. 19.-Whn
Informed on his arrival here of th
tumors that Secretary of Agriculture
Wilson had tendered his resignation,
President Taft announced that th re
port were without foundation.
Th Key to tha Situation Bee Ada.
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Good Cattle Fully Steady, Other.
Slow and Weak.
HOGS OPEH HIGHER, CLOSE DOWN
Sheep and Lamb Comlas In Freely,
bat Demand Is Good and Prices
Held A heat Steady with
8OUTH OMAHA. Oct. 19. 1911.
Receipts were: cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday .......1224) 2,803 44.73
Official Tuesday 8.8yn 3,;d7 S7.61
Official Wednesday... 8.'2 h.H W.41a
Kstimat Thursday.... 2fi0 6.60O 17.000
rour days this wk...33.5!0
Same days last week..2i.vi
tame days i wks a4o.:1.4.'4
arne days 3 wks ago.M.9.'l
lame days 4 wks ago.2..'2:l
rama riava I1..1 .. . n - c. 1
The following table sliows lue iccelpti
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, as compared with
a t ... ..... ..... . . . . t n.M
Nrifa 1 ki'iiu fiLd'o 91.1:79
Shtep '.2.318.404 2, 330. 718 12.-H
The following table shows Hi average
prices for hog at bouih Omaha for th
last few days, with comparisons:
Data I mi. 11910. il09.19i.ilrt.1906.19u6.
4H S 22
I 1SI 111 S 2-l S 06
6 23",' 8 41
7 671 I 6 151 6 2 4 'Jj
7 701 S 99 Hi 21; S o.
7 51 1 6 7a! I
7 40, 6 oS) 6 09
6 261 5 Ci
I S 10
o 01 v a 1 v a i
7 4 60 6 98 6 27 t 11
1 0 41 8 obi e 16, 5 10
I 4M 0 a o VI
'ct. 17.. 1
'OL 18.. (
ct. 19.. J
7 371 I 6 00 6 19 6 10
7 39i S 21 6 l 6 2ii 6 12
Receipts and disposition of live stuck
at the Union 8tock Yards, South Omaha,
for twenty-four hours endimr at i n. tu.
C M. A St. P 6
Union Pacific S3
C. & N. W east.. 13
C. dr. N. W., west.. 40
C, 6L P., M. & O.. ..
C. B. A Q east.. 6
C, B. & Q., wet.. 68
C, R. 1. & p., east ..
C. R. I. & P.. west 2
Illinois Central 2
C. G. W
Cattle. Hncrs fiheen
Omaha Packing Co.... 2o9 9462.223
awut and Company.... bod 1.478 Don
Cudahy Packing Co. ...1,1,1 1.661 4,608
Armour & Co iHO 1.634 704
Alorrell 2 .....
W. U. Vansant Co.... 172
Hill Se Son 2t3
K B. Lewis 249
Huston & Co 20
J. B. Root tk Co 129
J. H. Bulla 71
U K. Hues 73
L. Wolf 273
Wertheimer V Degen.. 367
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co... 73
Cnne & Christy 215
Other buyer 1,108 86,197
Totals 5,821 6,309 44,961
CATTLE Racalnta ol eiattlai thia mnrn.
Ing were very liberal for a Thursday,
making a total for the four days a Utile
laiger than a week ago. but smaller than
two or three weeks ago. The receipts
for the week are also slightly larger than
for the corresponding week of last year.
The market aa a whnl. BiiriAiirail p.thw
dull and slow, but still there was a fair
inquiry lor good choice kinds and tne
better grades were uuoted as steady with
jesteroay, but with the other kinus dud
COWS and heifera were In verv trnnA
demand and steady with yesterday's
strong close, which means that the mar
ket as compared wltn the low point of
yesterday was, it anything, a little
uoud reeders were in demand and com
manded steady prices. On the other hand
light slockere and Inferior feeders were
slow to a little lower.
Wuoialion on native cattle: Good to
choice beef steers, 8' ff7.; fair to good
beef steers, 86.6017.26; common to fair
beef steers, J4.i6mju.60- good to choice heif
ers, 4.7oi(U.60; good to choice cows, t4.609
6.00; fair to good cows, S3. i'6u4.60; common
lo fair cows. S3.76&4.60; veal calves, Slid)
Quotations on range cattle-. flood i
choice beet steers, Su.60if6.60; fair to good
beef steers, S4.90ij$.40; common to fair
beef steers, $4.2iiu4.S0; good to choice heif
ers, S4.?63o.26; good to choice cows. 84.401
0.1XU fair to good cows, 3.7b4.40; good to
choice stnekers and feeders, S6.0otyti.00;
fair to good atockers and feeders, S4.4u4
6.00; common to fair stockers and feeders.
ad.uvn.Ao, biuck neuers, eo. &a4. s; Dulls,
stags, etc., S3.26&O-00.
2.1. 17 137.50i
17.1'Xl M 143
ml ' I
a m g S3
U t fio
I 8 W,
Pt. Mo. Av. Pr.
t Id 4 1072 S 7
S l I lujl) I 71
S li 4 Km) 1 74
S lo I Ul I H
8 40 U Ml 4 (M
I K 8 1040 4 14
8 IM ITi 11 Ml Ik)
8 lad I SO 8 UaO 4 74
8 U(4 8 to
8 SIS 4 04 11 15 t 04
347 4 44 1 Ut IM
4 M iKI
12 U0 4 H
U 848 4 SO
I,.,,,, aad 4 eO
wail DAKOTa. .
No. Av. pr. No. Av. Pr.
t feeders.. tt3 4 40 8 feeders.. 7o8 4 40
Knape Bros. South Dakota.
JO calves... 220 0 10
J. bailey South Dakota.
oti cows 1m 8 26 U calves... 168 4 00
it calvea... 29 4 70
John Lennina South Dakota.
11 teeuer... Vou 4 ao 26 lewder a.. 811
13 feeders.. bf 4 60 13 cowt aib
7 heliera... 732 4 15
12 feeders.. 998
17 feeders. .1070
A steers.... 671
tu feeders.. 7w
U COWS 1U.I
18 feeders.. V33
00 feeders.. 708
21 feeders. . 791
4 70 12 cows 896
6 60 44 feeders.. t&9
4 60 18 hellers... 789
4 8(i 14 heller. .. 608
4 86 29 feeder.. t44
4 86 23 cowa 8a9
4 80 94 feeder.. 807
t 00 8t f seder.. 836
4 16 16 calve... lot
4 20 25 heifers... 77
I 46 24 feeders.. 12j0
6 10 U feeders., enj
6 06 30 heifers... 9t4
4 98 28 calvee... 401
4 64) 31 feeder.. 791
4 70 66 steers.... 880
t 16 81 steers. ... vol
18 stsAhfrs. 8-8
94 feeders.. 8V7
90 feeders.. 9ot
74 feeders.. 8.1
78 4 10
, C. Nichols Nebraska.
7o4 4 00 T cows..... 886
BOO 4 74
H. Brown Nebraska.
T feeders.. 61S 4 76 6 00 w a 824 t 90
4 hilra... aJO 4 SO
Charlea titrelow Nebraska.
cowa 9M S 24) IS heifers... 784 I SO
I heifers... 9aS 4 00
N. 8. Rowley Nebraska.
63 feeders.. 91
08 feeder., laat
M. Burke Wyoming.
..1008 4 60 feeder.. 894)
C ttaain un w vammv.
s steers. ...111 6 u
H. Isaac Wyoming.
10 steer.... sua) 4 au 7 cow 1042
L. F. Johnston Wyoming
38 feeder.. 1093 8 ta 81 feeder., k.
10 feeders.. 9J0 4 69 8 steers. ...UU
It heifers... 9a 4 60 7 steers.... 9.7
10 cow 910 S 40 11 cow $
A. N. Hotel. kin Wyoming
10 steer. ...1344 4 70 8 heifers... Wl
6 heifers... 914
4 20 cows fan
4 96 4 heifers... 87
19 Slex. ...10ut
S 2S M cs.&hfrs. 91S
IS feeders. .1048
It steers.. ..1122
39 feeders. .1039
49 cows h8
10 cows 846
10 rows 948
HOGS Trade In hogs drew considerable
sirens-in. 1 10 in a (airly broad and active
hipping demand, early business showing
advance of ttjlOc. Speculative and order
buying waa attended by a healthy de
mand from packers, but after a rather
Uriel acaaioa &t tha advaaco Inquiry bo-
cam dull and prleea weakened, closing
little. If any, higher than-those of yester
day. Bupply amounted to about loO loads,
mostly hesvy butcher snd packing
grsdes. The percentage of light hogs l
becoming larger each dy, however, and
It Is evident that the big bulk of the old
crop has been marketed. The premium
for bacon stock Is nsrrowlng. of course,
and manv traders assert that this phase
of the msrket Is only a forerunner of
complete reversal of the pos.tion of bacon
and lard hogs in weeks to come.
Shippers snd speculators bought about
one-eighth of the fresh' supply, retiring
from the trade after the first few rounds.
Spreads remained narrow, long strings
landing at 9H.3otfi6.40. The best light
weights on sale brought S6.46, a nickel
above yesterday's hiyh price.
44 . .
4 7 H
. . .SL'I
. . nail
... I 15
100 S 81
an I 38
1(70 4 15
M I 35
180 t IS
... I 15
... 4 la
flO 4 U
10 I 15
10 4 35
120 I 15
... 1 25
.. 4 41H
.. 8 411
.. 4 42V,
.. 4 42V,
80 4 46
150 I 38
parent In the market for aheep and
lambs, but It was shown In a better de
mand rather than any quotable strength
In the scsle of prices. In most respect
trade ruled Just about steady with yes
Fresh reoelpts amounted to fully 18.000
head, making a four days' total of about
155,000 head. Other points on the market
map were also liberally supplied and at
present It appears as if the week's ag
gregate at the three leading centers will
easily be a record-breaker. Local offer
ings consisted largely of feeders and, ex
cepting a limited number of holdovers,
they found an empty market, fairly buoy
ant. The few strings ot stale stuff were
usually old feeder ewes or tight feeder
With fat Iambs selling around S5.40O
5 60, despite the fact that the dally pro
portion of killing stock Is very modest,
packers took a more friendly view of the
situation and started out buying without
much pvrguaslon. Strictly choice lambs
have dropped to a 85.65 limit, of course,
and anything fit to kill looks easily
"worth the money" at present.
Fat sheep made up even a smaller per
centage of receipts than fat lambs, but
prices showed few changes worth men
tioning and the better kinds of ewes,
wethers, etc., moved scaleward In very
good season. Good ewes ranged around
83.003.26 and toppy wethers brought
small premiums over this spread.
Country buyers furnished healthy sup
port in the feeder branch of the trade
and clearance promised to be complete.
Feeder lambs, with a fair fleshy top, aro
still quotable up to 84.76, but light. Inferior
stuff has almost dropped out of sight.
Plain thirty-five and forty-pound lambs
can be bought around t3.253.60, but com-
ftetltlon for the larger clauses has mora
lfe for the reason that these are the
only offerings suitable for dry-lot feed
ing. Feeder ewes are none too popular
around 82.60. Three days' purchase of
unfinished stock on country account
amounts to about 96.000 head.
Compared with last week's close, good
fat lambs are closing about 16c lower,
with fat Bheep showing net declines of
a quarter, more or less. Weighty feeder
lambs are about 20-J2SC off, while light
feeder lambs and old feeder ewes have
suffered greater losses, ranging from
16o to possibly 40a In some Instances.
'.-uoiationa on Sneeo ur,-Tainta Lambs:
Good to choice, 85.35 3.66; fair to good.
S6.lorUS.3u; feeders, a ; ,r4.7'i. Yearlings:
Good to choice. S3.50-riH25: feeders, S3.353
S.78. Wethers: Handy, S3.S5ifS.60; heavy,
$S.S5rjr3.60; feeders, S3.00-rJ3.40. Ewes: Good
to choice. 83 00133 25:. fair to good, 32 7IV
H.00; hreeders, S3 25 3 3.85; feeders, S2.10r&
S.65; culls, Sl.WVf72.10.
1,975 Wyoming lambs, feeders.. 52
196 Wyoming Iambs, fdrs., culls 62
6SS Wyoming lambs, feeders.. 69
181 Wyoming lambs, fdrs., culls 45
716 Wyoming lambs, feeders.. 63
1.746 Wyoming lambs, feeders. 60
316 Wyoming lambs, fdrs., culls 40
767 Nebraska ewea. feeders Hi
135 Nebraska ewes, fdrs., culls 80
48 isebraska ewes,
239 Nebraska ewes,
123 Wyoming ewes,
iu native ewes
78 native lambs
265 Wyoming yrlgs.
wethers, feeders 84
lanibsC feeders.. 44
lambs, fdrs., culls 30
lambs, feeders.. 66
ewes culs 73
ewes, feeders.... 79
lambs, feeders.. 61
lamha. f e.i 1 cm to
327 Wyoming lamb, feeders.... f8
611 Wyoming lambs 72
20 Wyoming lambs 73
61S Wyoming lambs 70
69 Wyoming ewea 101
97 Wyoming ewes 93
li Wyoming ewes, feeders.... 86
A ryn,ln wes. fdrs., culls 93
cS w7"0,'ns7 awes, feeders.... 83
Wyoming awes, fdrs.. culls 71
i? JVyomingr lambs, feeders.. 63
2j4 Wyoming lambs, feeders... 61
So JXvom!na; Umb' feeders... 3d
Wyoming lambs 69
203 W yoming lambs 68
J JKyorain 1mb 63
il vly,0.mu'a Iambs 77
.77 u yoming lambs 70
4 I tan lamb gr
633Ctah lambs i""""": 7
XV, ".corning ewes, feeders .... 96
i,S wyominT "wea feeder".... 88
W.yomln . teders.... 66
J yoning lambs, feeder.. 00
88 Wyom ng lambs, feeders.. 69
So Wyoming ewes hu.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Demand for Cattle Steady. Ho
Slow Sheep strong;.
.6u head; market steady; beeves. s0"9
80; lexas steers, S4.1Ui.l6; western
inJ J--' tckers and feeders.
83.25tj6.7S: cows and heifers, tt-OOeaai:
calvea, to.oOt?.35. wwow ,
HOGS Receipts, tt.OOO bead: market
low, Usui, aouxao-fo; mixed, S6.I0S16 80
.. . j , p,.,.,., erufiii, eo.wtrje.ai
to choloe heavy, 86-250675; pig
6 00; bulk of sales, S6 40to.70.
SHEEP AND LAMBti-Recelnts
head; market strong; native, S2.254j3.7b:
lararra If ao!? A- .... ii -I- ... T f '"
native ainha tl T.ni. SV!
Tw,-aw.w, - (..LCI II
St. Loot Lire Stock Market.
BT. LOUIS, Oct 19.-CATTLE Re
ceipt. S.9U head, Including 196 Texan:
market sieady; native shipping and ex
port ateera. S7.2fcu.oO; dred beef and
butcher steers. Si.75j$7.J0; teers under
l.OuO pounds, Sl OOij 00; stockers and feed
era, S3.0U(i6.25; cow and heifers. S3.0trJ
: ranner Sl.Otanft On- bulls niura,
calve. 84 ms.li; Texaa and" Indian
teer. S4.uur31.uO, cow and heifers, 83 04
HOGS-Reoelpts. 11.217 head; market
strong, to. higher; pigs and lights. 84.50(3
6.75; packers, 86 4f&.70; butchers and beet
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1,48
head; market stuly; native muttona
S3.0-tt3.S5; lamba. St.00tiS.90: eulla alul
bucks, Sl.25tU4.av; Stock era, tL6Xkgi3.ua.
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