Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1911)
OMAHA. MONDAY. XOVEMREU
OMAHA MVE STOCK MARKET
w. ....... .,.... . ;
Cattle Receipt! Are Liberal, with I
rrices Generally Steady,
HOGS FULLY FIVE CENTS HIGHER
Sheep and l.amh In l air Receipt,
nltk Killer Strong; nnd Feed,
ers Steady, n Com pared
nllh Last YVeck.
SOI Tit OMAHA, Nov. C. 111.
Pavctpt irrc: ("an.-. :lojrs. Sheep.
I'Mimatei Jlnndiv J.1" iV0
nm ia in.i ivek.. .Il."il i f K .'.;(
."a rc nay a w'kn aif... .It."n; i.H-i 17. 1?
W oav 4 v ks K'J. I-'.". ' ".i ii.;"1'.
Some aa 4 Vks bicu..'I,:'i !,
Mima uu,- taut ltur.... t.iM ?i.l
The following lauie no,r lli rere.pis
f cat tie. hiKs arm aiieep at South oirahu
lor lha year to dat. in compared with
iM year; It'll. l:'l'. inc. Dee,
t.nttlc l,t'i'i.h J,(v,u-, 4 (,!
'I"B i.'l.i J,-VH',.V 2'tf,l'A
hii ,ii..iv ;.M,M6 a..:w
Tho lolhiwinir labia rlmwit the avc:;igi
prices paid tor hous at :!oiii!i omaha, tor
trie lam few day, with comDiriton-..
iai. i .si;:. jioi'niso!.;)s.iiaoJ.,u-. .;.:?-.
tH-t. a.. is.ni so; 7 ti 6 67 b f; 4 I2thaal; marhxr 'tU: native, r' f4.f;
ul. i ij ; oil i v, i ; ( wMt-rti. U 't,m. I0; rllna:. ttKk.j.4
'a .iil,1 , , Hi a i 4 .; "nl 4 M : lanit.a, fialivo, H.00'(i.j0i wtrn, fl.2i
u St. I a l.'-aj H; 'I W , ftti.w.
Nov. I.. t.-.v, 7 (,, ; 7; 4 tl, 4 0-1 !
.Miv. ..t a - i li., , t,., -( a t; I", 4 t J, m. l.oajU I. lie aio-k Market,
."ov. .., M ,-, V : 1 ti, ,1 ; hT. IAMM9. Mo.. Nov. . CATTI.B Ra
aov, ..( i.. n , ;y oM; 5, i ".Of h'aJ. Includlna; IM Texana;
-ov. j,.., - , , n,. 7 ,.; Ki) fi J K-l . ! mr!,t at-adv; native beef ateera. 4A.0CU
AT'l LK-lif.f 'iii of ca:t!a vvcra ralr .
1'iii moinin piiowuik a heavy faiiitix olf i
aii corii.tJ ttrt laat Monday and iri 1
act i.n every other Mounay of rvc in
oau. aa 4ornaroa un a year lo
(.ci'ipta today Ktiow a cotieioeratuu itaiii,
lite guauty ot tha offering waa poor,
th'ro t-emir a big fir puis of rrn a
ukuui near tli- riuec ot tnu range vcaron.
In I act, a conaiueratua propornon of tho
tceeipta ar on tne ranKo clean-up ordei.
ilia aetnanl lor practically an Kinoa of
iirabie cattle, both Killer and iwn'ij,
was very xhi. Tne price 1 (sulci lur cat
uo comma under thul liean were g'n
aially uady with lunt week anil the
auarkct aa h wlioia wan aauxfaciory to
Uia aaillng Ititeretita, fom of the. -traehy
tl cvmmon kinda of cattle may no !
aan a ntiia iov and haul tu move in I
Vol a. On bunch o very good Wyoming
lanka cattle xold to an llutuiH buyer at
av.iV to bo taken back Into Iho counto
&d tinlflieu on corn. Tho btK'bulk of
u emtio icccipta bad changed iiand
'Jjoluiinnft n niithc cattle: tjootl to
choice tct alecre, i.oi iIn; fair to good
licef atceia, fiMwiMl; common to fair
lef ateerr, gootl to choice heif-
t.tIi-W; Rood lo choice COVB, St.2j
; fair to got.tl coiii and heifers. 51.75
Hi .: common to lair oa and heller,
vcl calvcv, 4J..iiD(.5t'.
uuotatlona on ranxe cattle: uood to
ihoica i.eef tiH-ra, .,..Sii.ii; rBli- lo good ,
b-f aterrs. ..'&. Ji.; common to fair
brtf Mecr. M.it70.');. Kood to choice hnf-
It.aroo.l.j; aood to cliolce cow. 4.iV,f .
I .. iixl to cbolcif xKK Kci ; nrnj lei dcrct.
hi-Hi"! .; lair lu ko.'U tiwl.tn und fecl-
if, s. !..&"; t'otntion to lair atockein
in1 feedcra, il.f"'i"I.J't; rloek, lialfurs,
Hf4 huiiii, Uaij.t, etc.. t.V).
nr.r.t'' M KICKS.
Ma. Av. fr N. A. Pr.
BV. Ill") 4 " 1 " 4 '
i '"o I i; ifw t ioi
a) r.'3 un it in..' I ;
CO . a.
4. 7 I 3; I IIA
, imi i : 1 1 io a u
U.,..' Tl I M il M 4 (KI
. a t M 4 iwr t m
ii i (7T :a
y, iu4 4 m 4 m
i ir.w a ro i 1471 1 74
l.,,., 111 1 ' 1 710 4 40
I... ..n.ti s tti
1 I 7 I U f I
S'd 4 I'll I I t a
I :ju I v.
nTvv ,vb,t.o AND I'KICDKR!.
II ttu 4 in 13... I t 4 (
U.. lit 4 X 11 H 4 7a
. m 4 411 7.1 4
4 tl 4 4t U Iu t
n i. riii.Nr! .. i,UKAr-K.l.
1 cow y-i St fJ t-i cs. A ha. ;.' 2
It) tow 1".' .'i 12 cow .ij 4 II
scow i&s JW it cow h ',12 2 41
J. V. HpaCKlin Neb.
;r, fredem.. M7 4 ., icedcii.. W, 4 tf)
N teedcra.. f.2 4
II steri'g....Uw 6 2i Vi c. . ha. 97.J 4 14
.Myera Ijttnl and Mve fctocW Co. Wo.
o lecdcrn.-lH'" V
lvi it Tlioinaa Wyo.
' 12 feedera.-Kft hi" 7 cows IM7 5M
1'Jcoaa ic.' A li cowi 1' I 4
10 cows Vii 3 W 27 cow IM II lw
lli.KIS Ll.lit rtcelptsi of boa, coupled
with bulliati advice from tuo east, were
ii iicct I y iu(ponlbio tor upwanl trend to
vainra. J lie inat kcl ruled a big nlckid
hiHrtcr. cloaing weak nt the advance on
lour or live loads thai tailed tu luovo
Hlule the d-uiend waa at lis baul. Move
ment uuring tha main eHion was fta
Hired by a fair Oigice of irvcdom. tin)
iiuik selling within au hour ur so after
supply amounted tj only forty loads,
and tne big end of tliU rstlmata cdnalated
in butcher and lam otteringa. The
nclght were atlll lavored at email pro
mluiua over bacon muck, despite a scare.
Itv of llio lutlr viaaars. riluppria
malned under over and mo in inund from
hpeoulattve ouat'Kis wu nuluiiig lo b:i
-tiinK landed at Sti.17Knil.I0 and
IMIll,, ,iuii-lirri t,,,,, mm " v,-,
in. k I above caturaay'a hiu price. Light
xnunula rtmged around 40,u:. ivitti tvo or
1 1, re load under Hie inui. There
weie only lo or tunc o'uuiiea ol pig
X. Ar. Sk. IT No
,i l-t Mt 4 IM
W i4 ... k 14 '.
, lit ... S Iw ..
. .1 mt ;ii
.iw M a 4
1.4 ... ki
.i-u ... t .I
. .- J HO .K
,mi ci :t
..in .n .1
i 1.4 ... l
J ! ... W
:.! ... i
a ' M 1"
14 it tf
:k 1.4 ).'i
u : i. a u
.1 a in
ij ... i.'
. rM) U.'9 I I'm
It It) 4u k I .
m t'l M 4 1'
, ilH 1M li'.i
til 4' k 1. '(
.1. mill ... .1
14 I: I 4U .1
:vt ii a .a
.1 3't l -J
III Ill J"J U'i
,4 J'U IM tl',
, II.M 4ll iJ'k
44 ! M .J
3 11, ... W
, . .
lw 0 W ii
mm Hi i" ml
HUNit uSV UtliT'J SUI-1
kl kl ... 4 H M 14 ... 4 I
.i ia . . w
riibM'-In rnc witit the rvcent per.
vrree aiaHiMtlou of sneep and lamb ttade
ecelpta aa a I iiat tnai rernie.l cicciu
eoiy large, l-oili heie und at Chicago,
'i ho local in w.a c.ttimated at 21,'MJ
load, mostly la'iu,i .n Iredrr flexh. in
lait. the pivpoitiun ol any kind of 11
MUlf waa v.y ti.udoKt. produuluc a uu
inantl from illintt MUMruia that had a
ro lone from tne btu.il. In moot i-w
rpcta It waa a i-trenu market lur tm
jjiiea laintm. wethtrr, twin, etc., vim
iteatr atocK pilot. about alcady.
,ot tnucii i,.ti nat,vi inaiciiai ivsn tri
t ludtd in tne run and iv.ii mod up clii
of wtatern a.ao proved scarce. loppy:
gracaers g.l il.t le't cnll, silling first,
i be Klnrii--- lmna made a top of H.tjO and
lens drittHil irnipi' told on down tn
Hat, packer virKlnH Into tlii teder
kiadea la e :nc Invtaiicen. Matured mut
ton, with . lihr fleali or quality aa a
ieccnniendatin. ncto-J well, and a com
bination of btli flei and uualtty landed
Country demand f r feede,a appearel
I mp, but ol'ri'ia that change,! bajicla
early draw lltiirt little different from
tmire Ui torcM t.l the dote of lait v.crK.
ml tiale pronileed tu rule tteadv, but
lather quiet, t'tedi r ewes were fa, ..I'd
during tenliirf round., giid one telling
at ...aj .'.'. "ne ailing rf fe. dee lumba
with a fair Killing lop brought II. 71. but
really g.sd arieties were none loo arttv
t i.''t and 1 'there was practically
no p-euUilie denuind and the support
110111 euo.-i imien ti'iaioia w hi t,ii(in
e,. incipience. Liry lot fe-rs. r-utlabl fir
a country term of tbreaj montiisor more,
showed tha best action and r Moll
eiirtalmd aa a rule. Proportion of feeders
in total receipta waa eetiicatad ai TO per
tent, six "it IM.OW bead.
quotations nn shee and lanh: Lamb.
Vod to chob-e. -.; Uinns. fair it
kood. 1 swi ;.',; lanil.a. federa. t lo i4ko:
fr-iriins. gMd to e'.iolee, l-'t 504.23: eat
lows, te1 rs 12 tcii v',; tae'l.ers. good to
Ir '". H.J' : Virtners. lair to K.KHi, '
JJ.tal atther. le-.ders, 2.Wj2.ti;
., , ,.,.,. ,, ,, , ,-.,., cum
!,, , iVr' i.iVe si-ek Market.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. r.-CATTI.K-lte-
relpts, ts.rtin head. Including ?.' head "1
ininhirnf. Mmk'l steady to a. shad
lower, native Htei. ."i.,V radon; southern
steers, '!.;.'.". W; couthcm ronn and lielf
. r. 12 7Mj4 . .'0; rstlie rows and belfrrs,
$J.7-Vii .: rfH'l;ria an. I feerteis, fS 7.Vf..7.";
hull, li'. nO'h I ro; calve", 4.i ,.2.': western
steers. t4.4i"o 7-70 ; wesrn cox. s, $2.Vl4.iV
dot iifc-f line .w iir.id. Market
a'ror.ir to Ic IiIkIht: bulk of sales, K 701'
hrm', If of ',; park.rs and butch
ers. .t'i llvht.:, j.Waf.Ii; t ig' .
n : -r ,
SIIKKP AND L ',Mrt TVeelr' vV
hna). M.irkct r.teaciy, mutton. IX'X 2.71;
liiiiiliv, 4 .!'t,. '; rana-. wether nwl fr.
Ills'. V."4'4.;.'.; rank's ewc-j, llOWt ('J.
klroiin l.te ItiTk Marlirl.
fUWMlit, Nov. a .-CATTtB R-Hlda.
T!ii' lr-ad; mark' ff jrrHdfO
nti.i('y. inh'r.i rck at frly rtp-l1n"
bravrr. fl.MtiUS; T r.teera. M.1ij.W: J
wnatr.-.j tera. ti Ka l.Zi; ftocNern nmi j Kcelrt.i r.f .rn l. , e au.l erv Bjndor
f -r t, r9l i.:,if,.0; rov.a and helfoT, f .'. i ate. a.r.l tho omtawlal poaitlon of tin;
rn .:4a.75. . I ' artirl., w Htronr baalc. Tlie
Hii.w..U":v1pta. bond: tn:ukt .irlv i-iTlnnc driiim,.! nhould eaallv te
to I0: bti;er than r'aturday'a close, pa tit. I count'd or, to jibjoti, n olf.Tlima mnd
'. "'li t; mixed. I'.. S"Vn .': heavy. M.0 , during thj fU-vi ii.n to market of the.
'?V'.; loiitti. n.Wfl.ftJ; Kwd to rholea . ll(S,v trop.
ii'aw. j-;.":,nf::'t; plrc. 4.WrS.i0; bulk '.Vhe.tt ratve.j toi-T on lor.rr cable
of miei i I'rij j.vj.
piiL-i I. AM) l.AMBS-ltiwfli'ln,
I...J r ,. . . . t-
eteera. .). ih; ro and heifera. l3.Uj
i.rft; r r.lven hi carload lota, M t'7.o0.
i k rj -iiecaipta. lf.rrt) head: market
llo hlflier; pH and llphta, M.K3.ou;
paekora. W I'H-HCi; butchera and boat
i,ny, tf UIVHil.
HHKEI' AND LAMBH-Tlerelpt. 2.S
hd: tnarliet ateadv; native mutton.
$.-.0Cg'4.to; lamb. M.WU.OO.
M. Joaenk I Ire Ktock Market.
HT. JOHICVM, Mo., Nov. S-CATTI.H-T'.ecelpte,
l ) head; mnrltet ateadv;
ateer. HWitfXOfl; co and helfera. IJrtf
ti.r: csilvea, ll.O'i'iV.J'.'.
IKMJS Kwelpla. 2.600 hd; tnarUet
Mtotig to h- higher; top, fiM; bulU of
aalea, y, Ji.
fiiif.Kf AM' liAliiis- lieceipis, ft)
h'l: market. Vylno higher; lambs, $.'.'
OMAHA 4.K1S4.RAI. MARKUT.
I II Krcsis Imported ROjti, .ve: Amer. '
I rim riiitim, i.'c; block .iw um, itc; Iwti
!7c; dairies, Jic; iripletK, 17o; young Ami-r-
Icbm, lc; iui label brick, i7c; llmberger,
2-lh . Ikc: ilinlmrgcr. l-ii... u.
IllJTVItJt-No. 1, 1 lb., oarton, 2cj No.
1. In UHb. tuba, iOc; No, 2, Slt'i pacl.lng,
I-Of lrr'.Y Uroilera, ISc: filns.i, Vic,
hena, l.'c; cot ki, lc. duck. Jtic; S'e.e,
lie; turkpyK, tUc; pigeons, ier dor. II. so.
Alive, brollor. ii',c; hniri, &c; end
10,ateia and atags, bv; old duck, full
t,Bt hared, Jlc; full fctulieraU. 10c;
turkeys, llw:; guinea (01, lio eich;
(.ieona, pnr lo 1bi; bomoa, ier do..
KJSIl I'lckerel, lie; while, lalJi'; pike.
17m'; trout, llyli'.c; large crapptev, Ivtrlno;
SpanlHh mnckerel, el, Lie; haddockn,
Mc; floundeiH, VA:; grcou tatfiah, 13'16c;
rou ahad, ll.tO oach; ah id roc, per pair,
ftllu; Mlmuti, 12c; halibut, Hi; yellow porsh,
4u; buffalo, bo; bullheads, 14c,
tloef Cut I'ticw Kiba: No. 1, ISc; No.
2, Ue: No. 2, b':c llnn: No. 1, llc;
No. 2. 13'c; A'o. 2, f'o. ijhucka: No.'i,
7So; No. 2, 6V; No. j, t'4o. Hounds: No.
1. Ho; No. I, iV;; No. S, h'4c. 1 'la tea: No.
I, ; No. 2, 4Sc; No. S, tL,c.
11U1TB. Bi'lC-Applea: rooklnsr varl.
tier, per bbl., 42.714; Jonathan, per bbbl,,
U.w. Han lavla, per bbl.. jk.M; I'allfornla
Uelleflouer, por bni, tl.;3: Colorado Jon
athan, extra fancy, per bix. ,i,2f,; Waah.
i.igton (pltEenlrg, per box, J. Ml; Wash
Ington lied Ueauty, per box. I'!M; Wuah
tuition ritaman Winexapa, per bo. W.IO.
itananas: l ancy select, per bunch, IJ .' j
if2.b; Jumbo, per bunch. .7j1jv;.I j.
t'tanberrte. Wlucnpaln fncy, per bbl.,
$.liy; per box, . $.L0t. Oatea: Anchor
brar.d, new, 'J lb. pkga. tn Ik., per
bov, 12.21. V'lca: California, per case of
12 12-o. pkgH., Shi; per cuae of ."4 U-oz.
pkgf., rixO; per cbho of '' li-ox. pugK.,
;.; Ney Tmklah. t-cror. In fu-lh.
boaea, per lh., L'o; u-crow n In :0-ll. boxes,
per lo., lc; 7-crown In 10-Ib. boxes, per
lb., lie. tlrapiv: California Tot aye, per
4-r.ak. crate, I..'J; Malaaa giapon, In
bbla.. tyt'!.&K l-mona: Limonelia
brand, extra fancy, siM-attu !i:e:, per box,
ld.76; l.oma i.liuoiielra, lancy, uno-:;
rlxca. per box', K.oi; 240 ar.d 42J Hires, 6'te
per box !:. Otanaott; Niagara Hcd
lands '8U'iilas. !ii-l.'i slsef, per box,
li.i'fc; l.-ill-i;ti-2"-2l.l-2jO alios, per box, S5.J0.
I'eai;n-i: LBinornia and t.oioiado,
box. Sl.00. I'ear: California Uuchexs,
11. 1 lately and 1). Clangcau. per io-lo.
Uii, f.i.""; Lawrence, per box, J t.
. lidr.TAHLLS-Hcana: Mrtng and
wax, per inUt. bk., sj.O'jtl.ri, Cabbage:
WIscoiimIii, por lb., l,hHTc. Celery;
Michigan, per dots.. 2Jc; Colorado Jumbo,
par do., Mc. Cucumbers: Hut bouac,
per doa., I2.W. I kg . Plant: fancy
r'lorl.U, per dox., Il.io. Garlic: Lxtta
tanty. white, per lb., lac. taitiuce: Lx
Ira lancy leaf, per do., 4uc. Onion, ;
Cslifurnlu. v hlte, per lu., Ic; Wisconsin,
yelloiv and ltd. In sacks, per lb., i1,.:;
rpaniKh, per crate, Paisley ; 1'uncy
home giown, per doa. buuehea, 4.V. t'u
tatocs: Minnesota l.aily Ohio, pec bu.,
II. mj; WVconaln white stock, per bu.,
Hie; in 1 i-i'acU lote, ba Ic. Stva.t l'o
lalot..: 'iriiiila. per bbl., f5; per bu.
t-Mt., ti t". Hulabagaa: In sauka, per lo.,
1'jc. Yoinatoo. callforuU, ii crala,
, M ISCUU.AN EOI.'S - Almonda
U I.I.A N KOI. S A linon.ir ; Ta rra
gona, per It'., I'ic; In sack lota. 1c lens,
l-rat.) Nut: Per lb., lie; In men lot,
lo to. Cocouhuia: Per pack, l..'u. I n
I rrii. 1'i-r lb,, lie; In aick lull, I Icrs.
I'runutK, ltua,trd, per lb., k'-c; raw, per
lb.. . 'K. t'ecaii: Large, per h lbc; in
aat K lot. 1: l',i. W alnut: New crop,
i.'Jl, uaui'.i niw. I'er io.. ii!ei in lbua
lotf, Ic loss. a. ttl r: Nv ,enaKa. ir ! ,A hlcago I at.U Pi Ices Wheat, No. 2 red,
I V-Kitl. '. bid.. !.w; per :it-gal. bbl., II Sl4'"'.'oic; No. a red, DJU'.Hc; No. 2 hard,
YoiU Molt s, per It-eai. ' bin., fla; W flll.i'2: No. 2 hard, l'.!i'i... ; 0. 1 north-l'c:-
oU-gal. bbl., Ij.id. Honey: ,rt, ;'.crn, tl.orftl.u: Nu. : northern, SI.OM tti7;
IranitM, J2.71. iiaut: l'wr i-i.'.. acii. i iv". nnilliern. l.O.'o l.'.'i: No. 2 si-rlm.
.:.(. , I r vgul, keg. 1. lo.
Aaw lark bricril Nirkrt. 'ionium, !'.il.m,. Corn, An, 2, 7y.'6c;
NEW YOrtK. Nov. .-tfl.HlAK-Kav w'1,,.V.''V,,ir.; N'' 2 '"". 4V4
quiet; muscovado. K test, 4 TV; cen- J.0- ;,'"o74c; No. ... new, 86ijsc; n,,.
irifvikial, :l tot, i.ic; niolasae.s 4 d'.'u. ! I' "if' i ',,-cl l,.a 'vnlte. new. Ctiti
Helmed eauv. lUc- 'N".- ycllon. , IHA.oc; No. 2 yellow.
l.l 'l TEK-SlJart : ereamery "t l:.l,
Ulv2j'..:o; cities, ajajWjc'. firsts, 2V21itc:
treainerj, nll snciial. xIVk-; extras, : 'I
WV; tli-.i, L-iij-Jitc; piocess specials, ?:;'
extras, itailijf; iti"! . f'.'if2v; lactoiy,
lurrcnt make, fit at. flWilc.
I lll.KSK-VIrm; vklm.-', KijlJVo.
h.i; 18-r trm; lieah gathsred, exfaa.
J'.j-.'c; fresh gathered. .tra I'wttJ, f:
fh:, fiTin gatnered irstj, ;.;j'.,'; hrld
(rcsh, poor tii prime, I'Tii.-; i.y.li Kath-e-cd
d.'rtiei, Nu. 1, P-.jM, ; fresn gath
eretl tliocks, ptinte, ISSfW.i; lefrtgerator,
f I r.-1 sra:on, HtoriMK' charg.:.. paid, 21V--C!
fi'Hts on dLH'k, .v i 'Ic; ref,-lgerator dirti,
lil'i": i.-e.'tern gathered Rhite. 2',k)c,
J'Ol i.THV-Alive tteadv: tvattein chic',
ens, ll.12c; fowl., lljiiJ:;; lui keys. iu.
Dieese-t etestl) ; western chlckonr, ilil7c;
loivl. 31V-i turkey?, 10210.
Kansaa lty .i-al nnd Prostata,.
KANSA3 C1TT. Nov. C.-WHEAT-CaMh
lo b.er; No. 2 hard. 7cft10'5; No. ,
UicDll.04; No. 2 rati, .', Nu. ;i, V4J'J.h.'.
December, Kbi; May 8c; July, yilsi.
COKN Vnchangest; No. 2 mixed, 71c;
No. ;-, lO'fcniic: o. ; w lute, ji.'sy; jo,
Ite, ;i.sc; No. ,
May, fc,c; July,
7i'-e: Iteeinber, 6-Vtwlc
I A l f nei.ii nged and alow; No,
white. tvntv'To; No. 2 muea, 4tl's'it7c.
HAY-dteadv; chohe timothy, !J.yvo
SPi4. rhol.-e ptahle, ni.fOon.f0.
Kl'TTEK Creamery, :us'; firsts. 2v;
sotonrts, ?c: packing axock, rtV-
Etivib Extrae, tV; firsts, 2i"jc; reconds,
al. I.onla t.enernl Market.
eT. HH'li", Nov 'ti.-WHEAT-Lower;
tra. k. No. S r d, M'.aic: No. 2 hard, fo
itl O: iNM-embei, Src; May, ',e.
I'ljIi.V- Higher; tra -k. No '.. 7iV.i7.V;
J js;0 h il'i
I m. "a-tuc '
I 41ATS HUber: tra.-.k. No. 3, :t ; No.
w hite 4W 4MJC : L'eecniber, 4s','..
1!V Pi-Steady, c.
IMIURV Itrm; chickens,
springs. Sc; turkei, Jlc; ou.ks
HI'TTKlt- Steadv; creamer.-, 2IA:;;c,
Eti-H PI. ra; 2I2.
Omaha liar Market.
OM AHA, Nov. C.-HAY-No. 1. Illvl; No I
i Ill.W'il? W: coarse. l'.0l, packing1
stoek. 7 '; silaila. II4.WA. r-tra
i V. luat. eV'A'3 UU; u aud oats, Hi-J.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
With Lack of Ncwi in Wheat Prices
Are Again Sagging.
MILL DEMAND BEING SUPPLIED
llrrrlpt of Cam Are Still Modrrat
and 4 ninmrrrlal Poaltlon nf
4aah Anlrle nPBor1rd (o
lie on atrnas Ilaala.
OMAHA, No'. C.
t 1 1 litilo or no f haniti" In thn rhnr
"tir of tho nf ('ivrrnlne tho nlunt
trd, prtwn analn Mixed unOor 1 1 1 1 1 or
no (Trtni on the part of nscreavlvo
-h!r fior.i Uvi,hx. f.-r.a lorrr. and
Arorftitln adricts rontlnim of tha nwt
barlKh naturo. Ilavv dlntilhiwlon of
tv,j"at Mitnilh' t. rn,z rn ,M tr.W-
tnaktna; rirnli whet' weak
jan'l bIdt.- en Or mnnd. r'ondltlons ar
ftni ravoMn the axilliu; ,idn and no ad-
vanc ii einerie.1
( -nfi vorabie weather proepecta, which
are delaylnK ttie ctring and marketing
of corn, encouraged buyer today and
val'iea advanced ;C.
I riniarv wheal mr!ni. e. ere 1 S41 on
buaheis and ahlpmeata were 2M,C0 1 period of irregula'rlty! v.lth ao'm conres
rVl11,, . ""JnKt receipts last year of I elona In prloea of the active stocks, the
nucneia and Shipments 01 epj.gw i
ITImary coin receipts wera S'.Otl
bnhe snd ahtpinenta were iBAJfO buehr.Li,
agalnat receipts leaf vear of 471.000 bupheln
nd ehtpnionta of 4W.W buahela.
f'le.rnnce were 2J.I00 biiahela of corn.
STi.400 bushel of oata and wheat and flour
'ul to 6l.20i bijahels.
Liverpool dosed 'i-ijid lower on wheat
nil ,d lilghci on corn.
The follovli)f canh alea were reported
Wheai: No 5 hard, ears, tiio. No. 4
hard. car 'Jt'c: t car, If.'o. Corn. No. 8
white, l car, r.S".. No. 2 yellow, 1 car.
M'V-. No. .'. yellow, l nr, fiSc; 1 car.
fA'.r. No. 2 mixed, 1 car. V. No. 3
no xrii. i car. t'4c. No. mixed,
tc. No. n white. 1 car, new. 61e
yellow, new, i car, 6;c. Uuls;
white, 1 car. 4.V,c.
Omaha C'aah I'rlrea.
Will: A TV-No. ! hurri Hfjnr.c
hard. i.Vi7c; No. 4 hard. !11j34c; rejected
1 l!OKN-N. 2 v.-hlte, bS'ifH8'; No. t
White. rV'i.AM-flt.r., A n 1. 1 . I. . .
' No. 11 color, h;vi,c: No. 2 vcllow, vt'ffl
iCSWc; No. S vellow. rS'lUlWUe; v. l .-el.
' fiiiTwi.; Xo. t, (Vnjiio; No. 3 corn.
I'W'iniVo. 2, new, i,lh2c;; No. 4. new.
tiAT8-stHP'larrl, 41if1i4:,tc: No. S
While, 4."1t'c4.V,c; No. 4 v. hlte, 4".'(4HtC.
KVJ-.Vo. 2. :j!i:c; No. 2, MqXiC.
Wheat, cot ;t Oglt.
Tilcaso 7.' 1?J ",D
Allti'ieapo'.lM , 711 ... ...
timaha 71 21 11
liulutli 10 ... ...
CHICAt.O GRAIN A T) PROVISIONS
Kcatareof tke Trndlngr nnd f loalna
Prleee on Board of Trade.
CHICACiO. Nov. U ruin III the Atgrn
lino gave whcjtt a firm tone today. The
absence of any disturbing new as to
the oped n I heatings ugainnt Irregularl
llea on the part of leading warehouse
concern also had a lnillli.li mciuence.
There waa goaaip. too, that the big trad
ing interests which unloaded around the
lop of the recent bulge were lookine for
a favorable opportunity to replace their
holdings. Tha opening waa ;.; lower to
a ahaoe up. December started at lMVj'
e44, mKVio off to a Blutecnlli advance,
and then roe lo 04c.
Kalae alarm about rimora of fedeied
Indictments broke prices severelv. lie
Bldea there was a big Increase 'in the
visible supply total. Tho close was com
paratively steady with December PMiac
net lower, at 9j,ic
Wet weather made corn ttrong. The
country was not selling much. Hesldes.
world shipment s were small December
oponed V'Jj!f! hiKher at mfkiiio, touched
iS'l.'!l and ascended to K,c.
The market' later reacted with wheat.
I ho close waa weak at 2a24iO lor
Liecetriber, a net loan of 1,'ff4c
i urccasea ny local spiviuators turned
oats in an upward dltoctlon. December
started 'kc dearer at 46,c.. receded td 4',c
and afterward climbed to 4&U4ti'tjc.
liog products showed a gain all around
In accordance with conmttons -i ih.
yards here. The fact that western receipt
T.r-i,j iiitii nenilioij lo cut IIO rigllie.
Irsl puces were 2SeO to I?Ho higher, with
Alay 160 for poru, I9.4tvtrii.42i. tor lard
and .60 for ribs. '
t.anoi Kcelpt Wheat, 7J cars, wllh 1
of I'ontract grade; corn. 172 cars, with So
of contract grade; oat. ? cars. Total re
celpta of wheat at Chicago. Minneapolis
and Duluth today were 1,"S cars, com
pared with :; cars last week and 1x78 car
lh corresponding clay a year ago.
Quotation on leadniK producti were:
Artlc'lj Open. High, Low. Cloae.l V ea7?!
Dec. I 4l!iY
I ice. .-'' ,fi !:
July, til ''J '-;
Oats : i
rt I'l'ii J.J',
I'Y t2"4li-Ts 64 l-iti''!
'l'4l t"4' t4'4
4-"il 41(J 4(1' 1
4 !4P.H!'. 41MS41H.-.
i'wilt I 1
Jan.; H 21 14 21
Jsn. f .) 9 2a
May. 9 4012'ai 41
is v.'.i 18 i:y, w o.-i
f 2J ? 2J ' 17V20
41 L'4, V 7!j
Jan.! 8 1171,1 S S2t4; t r.j
I May.i s 60
w I 4,tgr a eo
Sl.O.'trl.W: No. 3 epi lna, W)crS.ti: No. 4!
a:rhig. MltHll.tXi; velvet' chatt. ecitl.t4: 1
licne, b.-mc; ,o. 4. ;'j'f:tc: No. 4. new
WtHle'i No. 4 white, 'Mf'Sc: No. 4 white!
new, hS'vtivHV.; No. 4 yellow. 7.;74'.:
No. 4 yellow, iieiv, 3iM4o. Oats, No. j',
4 o; .o. 2 Twite, 4STt'-e: No. ikj-
white. UtalUa! ' 4
IIYK-No. i, Mr. '
I.MnTMY- $i: .0" JIJ.W,
1..MH .li 1 -St c 1 !.2
t'UiV EK SI4.00',j2u.OU.
Hi.'TTEK-stiadyi creameries, Vt'-yic:
KUJ5 Urni; teceipis, 3 4"2 cases; at
mark, c.isew IncluOed, 17'4)20r; firsts or
dinal y. -j.j-.'4.-; prl-ne firsts. i'Vw.jjr."
t IIKI-'hK-Htfi.l;! dalste.-, 14V.t?l4Vo;
twi-.is. HStfl4't.e: long horns, 14'tt(144c.
PtTA'IOi'".s-Sfotig; Wlscnnln, 7ttr7lk;
Mlfilaan and Mturieaota, itu7oc. ttocclpls
P"tl L'l'K Y Live lrrulsr; tuikujB. lie;
chickens, ec; prlngx. 10"-c.
VUAL Steady- st 7Vl2o.
NEW YORK. Nov. 8. METALS
letanoara corpe., ciuiet; spot, tll.r-r.- is pi;
! Jiuar . SH.Kiftl.MJ: electro tlo, HI1.271-H.
112.60; casting. 12.l2itjHi.4V Tin. firm but
'iq'ii"i; rrot. si .ii,i
Jmiliijrv S.II dm.
41.7V lad. timet: M.2Ai4.a-.. New York
4 ! ti4.1. East St. Ixjuh;. .spelter, oulei!
!'. :Xr So, New York;
l.l"a.ttt. V7ast St
Lout. Antli.iiny, dii'I. Conkstiirs. vf.r,
Win. !?;.,.r,:!.',-,frr r!7?e''- 's
... ,,i.i..gj,.,v. uver or.
M. l.lt If". 7.UV
f rm..t W.b3t.lVt. Seller firm t Ki
Hierpsol tlrnln Market.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. . WHfc:AT Spot
steady; No. 2 Manttoba. 7 bd; No. 2
Manlt'ba. Is 7d; futu-es. ); Iwniber
7b S'.d: Alarch, 7s 2VI; Mat, ;t
liiKi-Mwt. tiU'et, Aneiiean mixed
is 4'r-d: futures, firm ; January. s jirj
p hruary. 7d.
I 1'l.ol'U Winter patents. 17 Sd.
I-., t.i it IS. Mo.. Nov. .-YVOC,I Cn.
chained; t.ir'tory and western medium.
WyaJtv; tins mediums. W !; fin. H
I PEOUIA. Nov. 4,-cORN-l.ewer; No.
t yellow, i24c; No. 3 jclloiv. i.Vj No. 4
jellow. 'i7a: No Z roue,!, 7le.
OATS fteady; No. 2 white. .47 ; rUnd
aril, 4"ii Nu. i raU. 4i'it, No. mixed,
NEW OIHKANH. Nov. li .-IOTTON-Bpot
cloaed oulet. nnvhanu'd: inlddllnw
upland, P.fOc; nilddlhiK S'llf, W.SX'; Kales. I
futures rloH.-d atrml. f'loflntr bld: i
Iovem"er, fitr; l'rcmhfr, Jnnii-ar-.
H.r-:; I'thriiarv, .(; Jlurf-h t'.or,;
April, a.lle; May. S) lr; Jiinf. .'.' July.
'.'lr; AuaiiHt, .llc; ruptenibrr. .iik-; Ov
Hatieanolla t.raln Market.
MINNKAIfll.lf. Nov. G.-WHF.AT-Pe.
iMihei. I. W1(l?"4: Slav. 11.07''.: .lulv.
Itl.'1: raih. No. I hard. tl.',4l; No. 1
northern. ll.Wi: No. 2 northern, Itl.CVVl
J .01 "i, ; No. a, Sin'c.
VKW YORK. Nov. -t.'OKFi:i'7-No. 7
Klo, V,-; futurea clooed barely steady;
t'ecembcr, lt-l; March. R7H.
ttlla and Rualn.
HAVANNAU, , .Nov. 6 -OII.S-Tur-petliie
firm at Vi'tc. I!o?ln flnn; type 1"
and tl, K.4j'3.0i.
Ref.ned oar Lower.
NKW YORK. Nov. 8.-AII uradn of re
fined iv mar nere reduced W cents m hun
drcii pounds today.
STOCKS An BO.US.
Ret lew of Operatlona on tork Ki
rbaakr Pnrlna; tke Day.
vrvr tab . v .... in.,. .. i.i.e
market wan etrerirthaned bv a renewal
of vlrorous buj"1ng, which ra'.ied price
generally 10 aliove Satitrdav's close,
leading railroad ntccklt ivcri- in best de
mand. Leading Industrials nnd specialties be
an to enter more laroely into the deal
ings after the flret hour. I.'nltorl Miatea.
Htee) advanced to to", and the copper
stocks also iihowed belated strength.
Hy the time I'tilon Pacific had been
forced up to 17''' t the real of the list
began to nhow tho effect of the profei
slonal profit taking which had been In
proarress on a Isrge aculo all morning.
Huying came almost to a halt and there
was a l!e;ht recession on a smnll volume
of huslnrss. Texas componv broke end
tlenly on a few snles to 4V- below lant
week's closing. Honds were firm.
Opentng prices of stocks today showed
small and Irregular changes. A majorlty
if, the active Issue. Ineiudlng Heading,
I'nl'iil Pacific nnd I'nlled rtates rHoel,
wore somewhat lower. LchlKh Valley
opened fractionally below Saturday's
close, but quickly roo nemly a point
above It. Ilcadlniz 1mo made a quick re
covery. CinncUan Pacific gained P,i. Na
tional Biscuit l'.i and Northern Pacific a
A str-ons tone developed and the market
absorbed the toallzlng sales readily,
liallrnad alu.ks were tho leaders of the
movemr-nt with the Hill group the fea
ture. Heading wss purchased In amounts
tangliig up to a block ot b,rnu shares. The
price reai hed 4s"' or 1' above Its weak
opening. I'nltofl States Strel also was
purchassp.l )n large blocks, but clung
cloeely to Saturday's final price. Northern
Pacific rose 2. tlreat Northern preferred,
Bt. I'aul, lii'lsville A Nashville, Amnr
loan Car prefe.-rcd and International Har
The tono of tie marhnt was reactionary
between 11 and 12 o'clock. Prices, how
evnr, went bach a llttlo and a stronff
undertone was manifest.
Speculation slmmerod down to almost
normal proportions during the afternoon
and the fluctuation werj narrow.
The market closed strong. Bear oper
ators who did not wifh to keep open con
tracts over the holiday covered heavily
In the closing honr, sending up prices to
the highest level of the day. Union Pa
clflo sold HJ above (Saturday's dose, and
I nited Htaten Steel and Reading
Large advances were made by many of
the Irs actlvo Industrials and the whole
market showed Increased animation and
London Stork Market.
LONDON, Nov. 8. American securities
opened higher today. During tne first
hour prices moved Irregularly and at noon
value ranged from a point above to
below Saturday' New Yorlt closing.
Loudon elostna Block quotations.
Coatoli, moniy ..7t C-ULouIitIII a N,ah..l'.'i,
4a auoaat ;;-!. Mo.. Kan. a Taiaa.
Anal, rappar WSN. V. Onu-al
AnaesaA 7 k Norfolk A Wt,ra.lli!
AO-hlron ltl do Bid tl
do pf.i list Ontario . Waatara. 0
Palllniore 0hla....ln7'A Pennavlvaola
Canadian r.elllo . .9471, Ttand Mtnaa
Chaaapaake & Ohio. iJKaadlnf .....
Chi. Urvat lVasmrn. M goutaaro T.y
.. 76 '4
i ll., wii. , at. r.ua4 do ptd
114 Soutbarn fanllla
PanTer ill 0
do 1 pld
dq td pfd
flrand Trunk ....
UllDola caulral ..
4l'nloa rarlflo ..
V do ptd J...
st U M Steal....
Iki da pfd
tv do (fd
ml.v t!,n liar, steady at 26d per ounce.
MONEY-l'i per cent.
The rate of discount in the open mar
ket for short bills Is par cent; for
three months' bills, S 7-18 per cent.
Xcw York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 8. MONEY On call,
steady, at 2laliJ', per cent; ruling rate,
24 per cent: closing bid. IH per cent;
offered at Si per cent. Time loan,
steady; 6ixty days and ninety days,
per cent; ?lx months. 21,, per cent.
pniMl'i AIBKCANTILE PAPEK-tVi
44 per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm, with
actual business In bankers' bills at $1.80
for sixty-day bills ar.d at $4.87 for de
mand: ci'innieivlal bills, 14. M.
SILVER-Bar, Mc; Mexican dollar,
riOXDS Government,, firm; railroad,
1 Bank Clearings. t
OMAHA. Nov. 6.-Paiik ctearlnca for
lodsy were e2,tw,l.7i and for the corre
spomilns day last j ear SS.Si.OTS.Ol.
Woman Hurt in Wreck
Is Awarded $2,700
SIOUX PALLS. P. P., No'. o.-(Kpe-clal.)
A Jury In the rtalo- circuit court
of Hamlin county, in the ca.-e ot Mrs.
Sarah J. Pennrtt of Castles, ood against
1 ' " ' 'roaa com-
j Pnj'i returned a verdict awurdlnff the
i nlalntlff dainaoes in the sum np 70.1
nett Bought, to recover damages lu tiie
sum of 10.(4M for tnjur.ea alleged to have
been sustained when a paysenger train
on which she was a passenger collided
I et ember 3 last with a freight train near
the village ot Thomas. Sh received in
juries which It 1 believed will peima
nantly disable her. The trtal of the
case consumed the greater portion of
three days and was hotly contested
MANAGERS TO MEET HEREi,on' Th'y "e not r."lulr"1 10 hv
A meeting of the b.iard cf manager of
tha Mathodlttt brotherhood will bring
I oted worker to Omaha from November
17 to 22. Various ttubjeets will bs taken
up. principal among them being the nisn
, and religion movement. The sessions
i l nrl' ' Me,h,KllM
church. The moeting will open with a
banquet on the opening evening et llan-
wuin Park Metho.JI.-t church
William C. M' Kntght. buyer for Erandeis
store, left Saturday for the east to as
semble holiday Mocks of glover, handker
chief and nerkwar.
Chlaf of Police J. J. Donahue his re
turned from a week spent at Evohlor
Spring. He I berk at Mb drt-k aud ray
lie I much Improved.
I ....... i '-v..... i.. i Y '
I , J.- ". ','..'"" 1TZ
i .:, i ;,et N..rti:n Rilrva.l c.ntr.ai.v
I Ho will b.ive full charge of a number cf
land hc. and liiinilaratloii projects that
that ronilKinv ta ivomottnar. Mr. Pulxlev
will niov to St. Paul. Minn., where hi
j lieadyua.tt : will b located.
! THRIFTY HOME BUILDERS
Striking; Featurea of Aiaociation j
Growth in Nebraska.
FROM INFANTS TO MILLIONAIRES
Irapreaalie titali( la th Aaaaal
Report of State Banking; Board
rail mid Mock and
The annual report of Secretary K.
I Royse to the State Ranking board, cover
ing the business of building and loan os
corlatlons of Nebraska for the ftscal year
ending June SO, 111. Just Issued In a
bound volume, contains much Instructive
Information on the development and the
activities of these savings and liome
promotlng Institutions. Most Impressive
la the showing of growth since the first
report of tho benklng board issued nine
teen years ago. In W2 there wero
seventy-one associations In the state
with 41.012 shares outstanding and assets
aggregating . 902,517. The repot t for U
r.hows sixty-nine associations with 602,159
sharen and assets totaling L'4,&S3.28S.Thla
enormous sum, flve-Blxths of which was
cained In the last ten years, tepreent8
the savings and Investments of 6S.1W per
Bomi, of whom l,7l)S are borrower and
1.414 minors. Tba recension In home
biilljlng opetatlons throughout the state
last year Is refiexted In a reduction of
107 In the number of loana made for
that purpose, compared with the preced
ing fiscal year, and a consequent Increase
of '17,613 In the item ot surplus cash.
First mortgage loans total J.1M,;
stock loans, 1)86.280. and real estate,
I268.M1. "The splendid growth shown by
this report," Secretary Royse points out.
"clearly sustains the wisdom of Nebraska
financiers who had to do with the laying
of the foundations of this branch of
finance, now a potent Influence for wealth
creation In this state." Truly these
pioneers bullded better than they knew,
for In drafting and securing the enact
ment of the law of 1S91 they not only
safeguarded the infant associations of
that time, but excluded from tho state
tho swindling national associations which
plucked millions of dollars from the
confiding people of adjoining states. The
magnificent fruits of that law, which
transformed Infants Into robust mil'
llonalrcs should suggest to the bene
ficiaries the propriety of rearing a suit
able memorial to the late Charles F.
Rentley of Grand Island, the father of
that law, and the "guide, philosopher
and friend-' of co-operative thrift to the
hour cf his death. Particularly appro
prlate such a memorial would be It In
auirurated by Omaha associations, whose
representatives sought to have the bill
vetoed by Governor Boyd.
One feature of association business tho
great Increase in the Issue of full-paid
stock comes In for criticism In the re
port and Is, classed by the department
as an element of weakness. "Especially
is this true," rayg the report, "In the
too energetic effort on the part of the
management of many associations tn
building up a heavy list ot full-paid
atock. The intent ot tho law Is to en
courage thrift by assisting the home
builder, otherwise known at the bor
rowing stockholder, and by offering a
depository for the savings of the wage
earner, who can spare but a portion of
bis Income at regular Intervals. It le
not the Intention ot the law to create
lnetllutlons for large investors who are
looking for an Income instead of a place
to accumulate savings." Ten year aca
the ratio of full-paid to. runntnz stock
was about one-fourth; now It Is nearly
one-half.' The reason for the Increase
Is not far to seek. Most ot It came to
Omaha associations ' because savings
banks have ceased to be factors In tha
financial life of the city. The fact that
the associations weathered the storms
ot eighteen years ago and have aince
In many ways proven their soundness
naturally attracts the Investor as well
as the wage-earner and crowds the
treasuries of 'associations. The practice
complained of. however. Is working Its
own cure. No association reeks more
money than It can safely employ. When
ever a surplus becomes large enough to
effect the dividend rate, prudent man
agers can not only restrict or refuse de
posits of larce sums, but alo may re
deem full-paid and running stock at will.
Hence the remedy rests with the man
agement. The Nebraska department Is
not alone in pointing to full-paid dock
as a possible danger. Other state de
partment j have commented on the prac
tice, the most recent being the banking
commissioner of Pennsylvania, where
only 3-per cent of outstanding stock la
full-paid. Tho idea of the Pennsylvania
commissioner Is that associations should
be rei'trlcted closely to the periodical
payment sjstem. of bygone days and the
is.stie ot full-paid stock restricted.
Among' association men thee restrictive
notions are viewed with suspicion,
coupled with the Intimation that they
are traceable to competitors in the money
Some months ago Secretary I1oye sub
mitted the attorney general this ques
tion: "Should lift articles of Incorpora
tion of a loan and savings association
be approved without having the amount
ot the authorized capital stock stated
In the articles?" The affirmative an
swer of the attorney general Is printed
In the report. The. attorney general
briefly reviews the laws governing as
sociations and the Interpretation of
those laws by the courts, particularly
emphasising the remarks of Judge Purncj
In dttidlng the case of the Nebraska
Central Building and Loan aassociatior.
again! the Board of Equalisation. 74
Neb', 474, as follows: "It appears that
they may coninie.it business upon the
approval of, their articles of Incorpora
tion, constitution and by laws, without
j any capital. This privilege la not ac
i corded to any other class of corpora-
any itxeq capital stock. 1 ne:r stock
holder r.iay withdraw from the asor4a
tion after ninety days on thirty days'
notice. In fact such asportation have
no capital stock. In the proper tense of
the term." The attorney general con
clude hia anwtr with these words: "By
reason of the plain words ef Judge
barne In construing the act relating to
building and loan a:eocIiUona. I am
(onstralnud to my that a statement of
authorised capital e'.ock is not necetsary
, in ai thiol of iucoiporatlon of such an
BODY OF NORMAN J COLMAN
LAID TO REST IN ST. LOUIS
ST. LOUM. Mo.. Nov. 6.-Tr.e funeral
of Norman J. Colman. first United
State secretary of agriculture, was held
today. The sen lees at the houre wer
conducted by the Rev. J. W. Lee of the
' Methodist Eptacopal church. At tha
j grave the Masonic burial rites were uaJ.
Uny ,nd llty ttended
j the er k-es
GOLTRA FRIEND OF BRYAK
New Missouri Democratic Commit-
Utmzn Discussed by Brown.
JOLT FOR FOLK'S ASPIRATIONS
I'nrle nf Goltra Sara Mlssonrlan Has
o tooneetloa wltk t.atrrior
Harmon, knt la fond of
LINCOLN. Nov. u-( Special.)-lal the
selection of Edward V. Goltra as Mis
souri member of tho democratic national
committee will have some besrlng upon
the nomination of a democratic presiden
tial candidate net year la the belief of
several prominent Nebraska leaders ot
the party. At the meeting at Kansas City
at w hich the selection of Mr. Gollra was
made thero was present ex-Mayor F. W.
Brown of thlrt city, who is an uncle of
Mr. Goltra. After his return from Kan
sas City Mr. Brow-n said that Mr. Goltra's
election to a place on the, national com
mittee Is without doubt significant. In
this connection he gave some Interesting
history which brings out facts leading
to the opinion formed by the Nebraska
"Mr. Fryan and Mr. Goltra were school
matra at Illinois college at Jacksonville
111., as wore their wives," said Mr. Brown.
"They attended the Mime classes- and
were cfiums In many ways. They have
always been very close friends and when
Blr. Bryan was running for tha presi
dency Mr. Goltra, who Is very wealthy
and who is one of the best known busi
ness men In St. Louis, gave large con
tributions to the campaign funds. Even
though he disagreed with Mr. Bryan on
the sixteen to one doctrine, he never
theless voted for him and supported him
In the fight which he made for election,
"Stories to the effect that Mr. Goltra
possessed liberal Steel stock holdings are
false." further declared tho local man
who Is conversant with the affairs of his
relative. "Furthermore, Mr. Goltra was
a firm friend and closo companion, ot
Woodrow TVIlson while the two were stu
dents together at Princeton. Since bolng
out In the world they have also become j
more steadfast friend. As far as Har
mon of Ohio Is concerned, there Is abso
lutely no connection between that as
pirant and my nephew."
Mr. Brown also said that Mr. Goltra
also favored Champ Clark In preference
to ex-Governor Folk for the presidency,
although he favored Bryan first of all.
Bryan's Speaking; Dates.
Additional arpeaklng dates for W. J.
Bryan In Nebraska were announced by
State Chairman Byrnes of the demo
cratic state committee tonight. Mr.
Bryan will speak at Blair at 11 o'clock
Monday, at Paplllloii at S and at Platts
niouth at 8 o'clock. He will be accom
panied by Judges Dean, Oldham and
Stark and Clarence E. Harinan, candi
date for railway commissioner.
to Come This Week
WASHINGTON, Nov. 6. Pronounced
weather chances throughout the United
Stales are predicted by tho weather
bureau In Its forecast for the weelt, Issued
tonight, which also announced that west
ern Europe Is In the crip ot a severe
"The severest storm of recent years
over western Europe and the Brltinh
Islea" says the bulletin, "was central
Sunday morning over northern Scotland,
where the barometric pressure was 2S.1I
inches, causing gales and rains over
waters adjacent to westcr.a Europe, and
will undoubtedly result In a considerable
loss of lives and shipping In that region.
This rtoim will move eastward over
northern Europe the first part of the
"In the United States the coming week
will be one of tho pronounced weather
changes. Disturbances that now cover the
Rocky mountains and British Columbia
will advance slowly eastward and be pre
ceded by unsettled weather, local rains
and mild temperatures the first half of
the week in the middle west and tha
soutliern and eastern states; rains are
alro probable Monday and Tuesday In the
north Pacific states.
"Following this dlbtujbance the pres
sure will rise rapidly and decidedly colder
weather will overspread the northwe.itern
states Tuesday and Wednesday and ad
vance eastward over the middle vest
Wednesday and Thursday and the eastern
states tho latter part of tho week. It la
probable that this cold change will b
attended by know in the northern
If you have anything; to sell or exchange
advert!" It In the Went Ad Columns of
The Bee and get Immediate results.
FLOCKMASTERS OBJECT TO
TAXATION IN TWO STATES
RAWLINS, Wyo., Nov. B.-(Special.)
Georse Brimmer, attorney for the Car
bon County Yv ool Growers' association,
oas institute mn si.ii. mo uoara o.
rountv CommliftionerJ of Routt count v
County CommliftionerJ of Routt county.
Colorado, for the recovery cf tares paid
under protest to the treasurer of Routt
county this year, amounting to several
thousand dollar. ' The suit, are regarded
as "friendly" contests to determine tho
validity of the Colorado revenue law. t Cera, enclose.! aim leairo in propt i i..
hi,i, Routt countv h ih- i.x : I endorsed envelopes and filed with hi ,.
to collect taxes on sneep or other live
stock driven In from another utate, even
though the said live stock has been as
ad for tsxts In the state from which
driven. In previous years the Colorado
and Wyoming authorities have gotten to
gether, the rhaepmen paying part of th
annual taxes In ooa county and part la
the other, but the present year the local
heepmen wero taxed both In Wyoming
and also in J'olorado.
YOUNG MAN HANGS HIMSELF
AFTER LOSING $10000
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Nov. . Four day
befota he was to have been married to
Miss Hagel Hurley of Hurley. Emery
Ball hanged himself la ft tiljht in
a barn In Livingstone county. Three
months ago the young man a rather gave
him Ito.OtD and told hltn to make good.
Ball Invested the entire amount in ap
ples and a sudden break in the market
left him almost penniless. In an effort
to recover hi. loose Ball lot everything
he owned. Ha walked into the country
ntar f'hllllcotha, took a pair of over
alls, tied one leg around hla netk, th
other about a rafter and Jumped off of
a box. .
lia.ll root Ball at Miller Park
The .a.tnieiics men in .inner para iiiii waru, w,,.,-.. um mi agy '
Satuedav arternoon In a practice game to January, PM1, to the 1st day of Januar."
get tn form for a return ni.t. li with the 1 112. tf there be nu ohK-vtion, remor.
Swedish l"im from Elmavood iark. A stranea or protest within two weeks fioi ,
great match I prophesied, u the elaedlshilhe JOth day of October. A. D. i.,n
team t deicruilued to 4-o.ualiic for the '! removal will be grunted. PHlvi ,
lasl defeat J KANZA. ApplKaut. ojw.sa
SEVENTEEN KILLED ON PIER
Collapses Near Sacramento and Me i
Drop in Water.
BRIDGE OVER AMERICAN RIVER
atractare Scene of lataatrophe tine
of l.argeat In the Stale ot Cali
fornia fifty tarried
SACRAMENTO. Cal.. Nov. 5. As a re
sult 'of the collapse of a pier In proce.-s
cf construction across the American river.
four miles from the town of Auburn,
seventeen workmen ore reported to have
lost their lives and many others to have
be n Injured.
Fifty men are suppoFcd to have been
carried down by tho toppling pier, but
up to a late hour tonight only one wus
known definitely to have perished. Six
teen others, however, were sitltl to be In
the river. Physicians and nurses have
been summoned from Auburn to the scene
of the accident.
In order to tap rich deposits of liin
and cement rock, the Portland Cement
company began two years ago the con
struction of a railroad In the Atneticun
FJver canyon that would permit It to get
Its material to Its distributing point at
Benlcla. The railroad Is laid out over it
tortuous route and construction work
has at alt times been difficult.
The bridge which Is the fcene of to
night's catastrophe was one of the larg
est In the state. It was ntended to spun
the American river at a height ot sixty
feet. When tho center upon, unsupported,
by the concrete pillars at either end oT
the bridge, gave way tho workmen were
precipitated a sheer sixty feet Into the
waters of the American river.
The scene of tho disaster Is difficult
lo rcaoh. The only road which reaches
It winds down the hills to the Yuba Ditch
company's dam and thence over an oi l
wagon trull that had fallen Into dlsuj.
before the Portland Cement company
started operations. .
niismiif Tnrlrrn TJnnlr
, Considered by Taft 1
For Siinrnrrm flmirt.
mm w flwv WWVS.4, V
, Tl',',' , -, . V -. .-, . w. . ...
first tlmo lu several weeks President
Taft had a real tasle of leisure today.
Not a stroke of official business was do:i
by the president. Ho rested from break
fast tlmo until dark, except for a Ions
game of golf In the morning. There was
a quiet luncheon at the club and ho made
a visit to friends In the afternoon. Mrs.
Taft was again his "gallery" di'iins Cue
mornr.-'s golf play.
Secretary Hllles did not bring data for
the president's annual message to
gress today, but Is expected to arrive
the information before tomorrow nig!
when Mr. Taft will leava for Clnclnuat:
The president let It be known today
.t hat he had given little thought to u
successor to the late Supreme Court Jus
tice Harlan. Reports that Mr. Taft had
gone so far as to narrow the field of
possible selection dow n to four men were
denied to callers at the Taft cottuge. The
president named at least a score of men
prominent in private life who would be
considered when he returns to Washing
ton. Among the score are Solicitor General
Frederick Lehmann, United States Cir
cuit Judge Hook of tho Eighth Judicial
district, Secretary of Commerce and, La
bor Charles Nagel. Justices wayxee and
Gummere of the New Jersey state su
preme court. Chief Justice Carter of Illi
nois, and United States Circuit Judso
Buffingtoti of Pittsburgh. The Third,
Fourth and Seventh Judicial districts now
are not represented on the supreme court
COMMERCIAL CONGRESS WILL
DISCUSS INLAND WATERWAYS
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Nov. 5.-With a
program of speakers that eclipses a
previous ones tn me twenty-two years oP
Its existence, the Transnilssisslppi Com
mercial congress will open here Novem
ber 14 for a four-day session. Tho con
gress this year will discuss a variety of
By reasons of the presence of members
of the national liver and harbors com
mittee and more than 100 congressmen,
inland waterways improvement will re
ceive a boost greater than it ever has had
This Is the 'question before tho congress
of moat vital Interest to tho west and
nearly every western state will be repre
sented by a strong delegation.
Currency reform, the parcels port and
other questions In which there Is na
tional Interest will be fought out on the
floor cf tlia ctngi'KA.
Farming subjects are to rccehc fiieatcr
attention st the hand of the con.itrs
tOl.NTV OFFICIAL JHOTIlsE.
NOl lCE TO
WINDOW PHAl'E AND CARPET I'ON
Tr.ACTOHS, DOUGLAS COUNTV
COURT HOUSB. OMAHA,
NOllCr. is nereoy kicu mat tnu i;oi.:
I of County Commissioners tor the Counl.,
of Douglas and Mate or Nehruska w.i:
receive bids for window shades ar.d ca:-
pets, etc.. for tho new Douglas Countv
Court IIouhc, according to the plans at.i.
j rcJertt Z 'JlSd' ount tit
j be addreased to D. M. llaveily, County
not later than Saturday, November in,.,
1911, at 11 o clock a. m., al which timo
tald bids will be opened.
Copies of plans and specifications ce.i
be obtained from tins undersigned o.
from the Architect. John Lateni.ei. t,,
Bee Building, Omaha, upon application.
........ ..wi -.r at.. iu .
pany all applications fur plans as a gua.
antee that ukis .win oc suumitted on the
ranie, the check to bo returned after tho
blda are opened and the return of tl.
drawings. All bids must be submitted o.,
blank proposals which will lie furnUuet.
on application by the County Cltik o.
John Itenaer. Architect.
Each bidder must submit with his bid
camples as t ailed for In the rpec.fi. -alio is.
Each bidder must submit with hi p;..l
poaal a certified check In it tun cquai
to J per cent of ru.-h proposal, th mm.,
to be draan In favor of the Boa o . :
County Commissioner of Douglas county.
The Board of County Commlssloi.e: i
reserve the right lo reject any aud a.,
bids, and to waive any irregularity it i
interest of the County so to d
L. Al. HAVEKLl, County Clerk.
Omaha, Ne. .
October 2. I'dX O01-N2-4-6-.i.
LiafOK a.lCB3SK APPLICATIO.NX
NOiiCK-MVt iwi Ob APHLIcTflo-,"
of iitino "lanK.4 for removal of ll.,JW
license. Notlca tl hereby jlven tint
Primo Rama dJd upon the Soth dav 0
October. A. D. I'M 1. file his upplKstiu.i
with the Board of Fire and Poll. .
miionera ot Omaha for removal ,,f
ct" to ael! malt . tplmiioui and Mnrj
liquor li""i . - l'-eo o j
1 1 J . 1 - - . .. - - . - ...... H II I , , I, .... I
Powered by Open ONI