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Tim HEK: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1011.
OMAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET
, Cattle Kemain About Steady with
'HOGS MOSTLY FIVE CENTS OFF
J Fat krry and lamb firing; steady
Prices, While Feeders Art
Hoik Mow aad Lower
I SOl.TII OMAHA. Nov. 7. Ml.
Receipts were. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Of'lrlal Mnndsv 10x4 2.747
Fstlmate Tuesday Sl 4. M.
Two dava thia week... 7M 7.047 47.414
Same dava iast week.. 17,779 9.574 M..1.7
Same davs I wk's aso 21 4". 1014 M.4J
Sam dnya I wk's ago. 31.71 4 W.KJ
Same dava 4 w'kilio.K.O S.SS4 1h).J)1
fm dava laat year.. 7.47H 4.M4
Tim following taMr snosa the receipt
ef rattle, hogs and aheep at South Omaha
for lha year to date, na compared with
lt year; 19111.
tattle 1.01K,. l.oai.142
Hogs .2.rt2fi 903 1 nti
Kheep 3.Mi.371 2.6.4) 344
The follnwinc table ho
prices paid lor hnka at South Oman
1 the laat few daya, with cumparlaona.
Date. I 1911. 1910.llM.19OS.lle77.ilJ0.lC.
Ort. M. .
I ( 131 7 6i S 601 i 4S t 151
4 l'V T 7ul i so; 1MI ( 161
' Oct. SI.
1 Nov. . .
i" oi ltd
7l 7 47 7 7r I
l'! V all J fc. a 72
k 6 4 ' 4 92
I bl 1 0f 4 84
t t 4 ll 4
t Out. ogl 7 6HI ( (W ( 07
iaj 8 or; 7 74! i m I 62
7 M 7 70 5 97 5 K f Wj
18H 7 70, 5 791 d if. ( 941
I 7 90 I 5 781 4 i 1
Receipts and dlapoaltlnn of live atork
t the I'nlon Stork Yarda, South Omaha,
fur twenty-four houra ending at I p. m.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep, li r a.
C. M , & St. T. Uy 0 4 il 1
Wabaah K. K 1
Mo. 1'ac. Hy 1
Union 1'ai'ifio K. It. U" 10 3
C. A N. W., east.... ii 3
C. at N. W., weet.... Si 21 07
C, ft. P.. M O. 3 1
C, H. ft Q. east 2 2..
C, H. g , weat.,.14l 12 Xt ..
C, H. 1. P.. east, f. 2 3
J ilnols Central Ky.. 1 1
Cni. Great Weatern. 1 1
Total rereipta ..r" 3 114 4
Cattle, Hogs. Sheep.
Oinaha Packing Co i.u M
awltt 4c Company 1.074 174 2.0M
Curtahy I'arking Co.. ..1,714 1,1D0 2.3l
rwour A Co l.iw l,i,t) i,7i
AV. M. Vanaant Co M
liantun Vana't A Luh.. X2i .....
iiill A Son 47 .....
V. II. lewl m
iiUPton A Co so ,
J. 11. Itont A Co 144
J. H. 14jlla ho
I V. Hum aci
1 Wolf 117
.McCreary A Carey km
at. Werthelmer itat .....
il. K, Hamilton 3t
bulllvan Hroa .....
Ie llotlischlld f,7
Mo. A Kane. -calf. Co.. 2:'f
Cllne, A Chrtatla 71
Hher buyera Hi
Total g,an 4,fio 29.20
CAT I LJi lUrelpla of cattle were, con
asderably smaller than yelerlay, but the
tvlal tor the two daya, 17.k4 head. In very
ftearly aa large aa fur the aame days lant
ek, but decidedly amaller than two and
tares weka aico. At the aaui time re
ceipta were ducldedly larger than a yaar
ero when the run wan very email.
The demand fur deniable killer! was
Cood and anything In the way of good
eef ateera void In reaaonahle aeaaon at
lrlcea not materially different from thoae
prevailing on yeaterduy'a market.
Cowa and helfera were alio In good da
niand and they, too, aold at about yeater
Uay'a prtcea, thera not being enough
change In either direction to b worthy
There waa a very fair sprinkling of
feeders In the yarda and they, loo. aold
reaaonably well at ateady prkea. The
market, al a whole, waa really without
any new or Interesting fealurea, but waa
in the main atlafactory to the selling
yuotatlona on native rattle: Good to
hi.iue ateera, ,' -Jo; fair to good
beef ateera, $.V(mr.7f.; common to fair
beef ateera, $4. 4(;..(W; good to cnolce helf.
era. M.j(i; good to iholoe cowa, $4.!.i
4 S6: fair to good cowa and helfera, 13.75
4.t; common to fair cowa and halfora,
ti 7(K t 76. veal calvea, .UCI.
tjuotatlona on rang cattle: Qood to
choica bent ateera, eu.iufcti.io; fair to good
bef ateera, IS O1H16 76; common to fair
beef ateera, $4,404)6 00; good to oholoe helf.
era, 4.40iu6.1&; good to oholca cowa, i',J
4. H0; fair to good cows and heifers. Uluit
4.3b; good to choice atovkera and feeders
440ti ou; fair to good Blockers and feed
ers, $4.A'U4.rt; common to fair Blockers
and feeders, t4.444.36; Block heifers, 3J a
U4 3&; bulls, ataga. etc.. J.AtJ4.K0,
UK Eli' STEERS.
Na. A. rr. No. At. Tr.
) ' I la int 4 1
ii4 16 a ma ( w
imi 4 oa 14 Ill) 4 u
J tlM 4 11.
4 W IM in in 1 a
3 M 1 H4T I M
3 !-4 U 4 MT 111
W ID II Ill H
) " 4 14 lttM N
4 IM IM
Til I 11 II 47(1 4 M
1 M (H 1 111 4 a
11 Ill 4 Is
1. I H 1 171 t U
1 14 4 U I IM T H
t Ill 4 86 1 1U 1 (a
14 ITI 4 4 )7i T W
1 US I M 1 im t IS
1 1 T 0 J 144) T to
I IH4 T U
BTOCKKRS AND FEEDERS.
Hi II H 4 14
4U 4 II 4 Jl 4 44
4 r in n..... hut 4 t
4 Tt l, M luu 4 14
1 ' 4 SI ' U 11K.4 I 1
v 4 14
VN 'tt. TEK.N'S-NEBRASK A.
No. Av. IT. No. Av.
33 steers. ...1013 4W 14 steers.. ..HM
1 ateera.... 1144 4 8i 2i cows 814
M toi 2 15 13 cowa t17
11 feeders.. 790 4 13 31 feeders.. 7nX
41 ateers.... 73 4 00 43 steers.... U.T
t feelera.. M tU 14 cowa h7
14 cowa I) 4 10 calves... 9.-0
14 steeis....lt3i 4 10 10 cows Kt
15 steers.... 3 4 40 :T feeders.. yN3
14 cows t0 4 IS 14 cowa 74
147 steers... 746 S b0 Ml heifers... M)
XL C. Ilubbell Nehraaka.
41 steers. ...1101 4 44 feeders.. 1(S
Mi steers.. ..V'ii 4 SO steers. ...1154
J. II Coatello Nehraaka.
34 feedera.. (Ml 4 SO t helfera... 67S
4 cows M S ;j
R. J. I onnen Kebraaka.
13 cows Mt: 3 Do 40 cowa 7
Teater Hroa Nebraska.
34 cowa b.m 3 60 si cu.a H?
14 calvea... 1 Ml 7 00 13 calvea... 2i3
43 calvea... 37 3 4 70
John Hoaeberry Nehraaka.
44 feeders.. 11S1 6 30 r.ii feeders. V.i
14 feeders.. 1rJ9 4 46 10 cows llui
SOUTH DAKOTA. .
I feeders.. 7J0 4 0 24 Iee1ers..l0ll
" "' l 4 20 14 heifers... 726
2 calvea... 115 7 W 21 cows Ksf.
10 mixed. ..Hiti 6 a 14 calves...
J heifers... iO 3 SO 4 feeders. . 7l3
1. Keen South Iakota.
.4 feeders.. Hit 4 ( 17 calvea... 3M
7 sterrs.... t 4 30 14 cows 1121
tt feeders.. 7u6 6 u
Cumow A Welah-Sorfth Dakota
;" 4 20 14 oows W tOO
34 feedera . . o9 4
. ,Mr- Hanlfy-Soutb Dakota
J7 faeders.. Vm( IM ows 140
vteetern iUnchesSouth Dakota.
17 ateera.. ..11U) 6 26
Albert U-r, u,,i,v, rwn.
44 feeders.. 4 W 11 calvea... Jf7S
to I7 3 36 15 cowa J7
A. K. Kvllh llaknti
17 cows 7m 1 7,
. Aedekowen South Dakota.
17 feedera.. 116 4 ba 13 feedera.. t0
10 helfers. 4J0 3 16 11 cows WA
11 feeders. .11C 4 46 10 feeders. .1140
is neirrrg... . 446 14 steers... Ma
Ti f0 W calves... 3:ti
j-4 heifers. 61.4 4 26 24 feedera.. kh4
1 feeders.. W 6 60 tcuas 43
2. f eeders.. s46 tw 13 feeders.. 472
i feeders., kit 6 60
Mrs. H. p. Allen-Wyoming.
1 4 60 4 ateers....U40
Jfa Wilcox Wyoming.
w " 4 20 a cow a
16 (Voders . 7.7) 4 M 1! fefdrr . !10 4 f.j
Ilper Cierk Csttle Co.-Wyomlns.
3 coiva sv. 4 CO 12 feedera. .!f-" IM
Juailn Hrewer South Dakota.
H ralvea... 3T7 47:, 44 helfera... 7 3 50
1.'4 fetdera. !', 4 w 27 feeders.. !" 4 '
11 feeders .',) 4 00
W. p llicketta Wyoming.
.To feeder.. IOC, 4x0 1.1 1 owe n 4 4i
cowa (.74 of, 4 rx.we I 60
It. Howard-South Dakota
17 helfera... s.'l 4 i so helfera... K. 4 13
a feedera.. ! 4 7R ?J feedera.. W" 4 "
20 feeders.. r, 4 ) 10 feedera. .11 4W
rnlvea. . . Sit) 4 SO
Hons Trade In hoga waa uneven:
aome sellers got out well while others
had lo accept lower figures for their
holdlnga. A few lea. la of shipping atuff
eoia eariy at prices Juet about ateadv
but the big bulk of offerings ahowed
nickel declines. In a general way the
meraei wis a cat'h-aa-eatrh-can affair,
ruling arlUe and being shut t-llved.
Limited rerelnta helued to make nni.
Bible an rnrly clearance and tha yards
were practically vacant at 10 o clock,
l-caa than aeventy loada of animals were
rerelved In all. buti her and lord claaaea
being tha rule with light stuff tha ex
ception Heavlra uauallv hrotirht email nre-
mtuma over bacon , welghta, but erratic
condition of trade produced a top on
lights thai waa Identical with yesterdays
high price. ChoU:e heavies and butchers
brought aa much as 3.20, while under
weights sold Inrgelv on down the Hat.
aa low aa d V. Dona- strings landed at
K 12V4 I n and tops looked high at 34 26.
I'urtnase hy shlppera and apeculatnrs
smounted to about ten loads of various
N. At. Sh. rr. K, A". h. rr.
74 1I ... I 14 rl lx) 1 11
77 IM IS 71 117 10 I II
l 4 l:o I 91 7 t4 IV) III
77 f.W SO I el S4 114 40 I II
71 it ... 1 m i m siki is
1 in ... 1 os 4r. lis in 1 it
:m ... im u ins (po 1 is
11 mi m 1 -, a.) m m 1 1
II ill 1?0 I 10 1.0 171 im 1 is
1 141 1:0 I 14 2M 140 4 11
11 in ... I ) :4 no 1 is
71 Ill 10 I 14 M I7 44 I IS
J .5 ... I 11(4 41 IM 1M I 14
" 2:7 m 1 nit 2 rii ton 4 tut
1! M" 10 4 tt'4 II 11 11 4 1714
l" ... 4 ll'i 4r, 171 0 4 I7t4
Ill ... 4 II ) Ill 240 I 17',
71 IM 4M) 4 IS II ' 44 I I7'k
14 244 4l I II 40 4i4 ... I tit
4S J1 l"l 4 l.r II. .140 40 I 10
II 2 IM I IS 12 171 MO I 10
1 HI Ml I I:, tl , t4 240 1 20
fit l?0 I IS 10 121 ... I 10
177 Hn I S M4 110 110
IS 11 IWI 4 II t 1-1 loO I 20
170 120 I IS to tkl sod I lo
...l?l M I IS 19 247 M 4 10
J I4 40 4 IS 40 2tJ 120 4 2ii
10 11 SO I li 14 21. 4 ... I 15
11 1 ... I IS ; 273 240 I 11
19 T.l VA I 13
I IOih-OODS AND RNDH.
I II ... 4 M) Id 141 ... I W
II 12 ... II
Mlfcn.11-1 renii sudiiIv of sheen and
lamba amounted to fully 30.000 head. Riv
ing mora emphasis to the fact that tha
western output this season siuures poorly
with early expectancy, character of 01
ferlngs Indicated a clean-up marketing,
however, and It la not too visionary to
presume that the next two weeka will
find the range country receipts a negligi
ble factor. Tha run brought In a consld-
ershle quantity of trash and really good
Killing atocg waa hard to rind. l ew
warmed up classes appeared, and the
fleshly fed kinds wen almost wholly con
fined to small bunches of natives.
Dwindling proportion of fat stuff served
to keep a fairly sharp edge on the de
mand and anything at all dealruble for
slaughter started nut at generally steady
figures. led lambs reached 15.76. but
there was nothing toppy enough on sale
to land at 3.oft, a high price that tha
Kinney article realize. I yesterday. rat
ewea sold around fSOMtrJ.Mv. but strings
that carried feeder ends were none too
active below tha 3.100 mark. Killing weth
ers, high grade, are quoted around llWtf
Tha feeder market waa a sluaslah af
fair, with tha trend to values easier.
Kwes showed especially poor action, as
there waa quite an accumulation left over
from yesterday, and cheapness did not
appear to be a very strong Inducement.
Tha better varieties of feeder ewes moved
around ti.Wl.W. while common to cull
qua IK y was hardly saleable, even under
fi'.OO. Feeder lambs with a little weight
changed hands around 34.40, but strings
averaging less than US pounds could ba
bought from 34.26 downward. There waa
practically no country demand for fair
killing lamba or sheep. Yesterday's total
purchase of unfinished stuff amounted to
28 WW head.
Quotations on sheen and lambs: I ambs.
good to choice. l5.7Mm.uO: lambs, fair to
goud. $u.40Ut.76; lambs, feeders, 3.1 Thkii t.B.;
yearlings, good to choice, 3XbOi4.2u;
yearlings, feeders, 3;i.2M4.RTp; weth
falr to good, tl.K414.4t); wethers, feedera,
32.30in8.2r: ewes, good to choice. 31.Oirn3.2n;
ewes, fair to good, 32.7Mi3.oO; ewrs, breed
ers 33.2f.fi 3. 7f: ewea, feeders. 32.1M12.7&:
ewes, culls. 31.tS1j2.16.
No. - Av. PrU.
LM Wyoming awes K 2 86
64 Wyoming ewea us 3 20
6. Utah lamba 41 4 W
6-i) Utah yearlings M 4 36
3-M Wyoming lambs, feeders..,. 44 4 10
3M Wyoming lambs, feeders..,. W) 4 46
34 Wyoming lambs, feedors,. 47 I 7r
6;0 Wyoming awes, culls 7! 1 26
K4 native ewes, culls Kb t 76
607 Wyoming awes, feeders M J 60
64 Wyoming lambs, feeders..., 3 2 00
370 Wyoming lambs, feeders.,,. 44 3 7u
177 Wyoming lambs, fieders..,. 67 4 36
ihi Wyoming lamba, feedera.... 64 4 Sf
471 Wyoming lambs, feeders..,, 64 4 36
If Wyoming lamba, iceuers.... 61 4 ib
27 Wyoming lambs 41 4 8T
421 Wyoming lambs 63 4 35
721 Wyoming lambs feeders.... 43 4 26
440 Wyoming lamba, feeders.... 61 4 20
00 Wyoming lami.s, feeders..,. ;1 4 16
1403 Wvomliii lambs, feeders... 64 4 40
60I Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 66 4 25
44 native lambs s Ml 6 HQ
26 native ewea ..'..134 3 25
110 Wyoming ewea, feedera XI S 00
21.1 Wyoming ewea. feeders..,. H7 3 40
M Wyoming weinera 1114 s m
SX Wvomlmr wethera 113 loo
1ei Wyoming ewes, breeders. ...lot a K6
ls:it) Wyoming ewes, feeders,.., M 2 60
lot) Wyoming ewes, feeders 63 t 00
131 Wyoming ewes, feeders.... Ill 3 tid
roil Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 64 4 30
3MI Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 67 4 30
im Wyoming lambs, feeders.,,, 66 4 SO
400 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 60 3 60
1" 7 Wyoming lambs, filrs., culls 41 2 NO
Sid Wyoming lambs, feeders..,. 61 3 K0
116 Wyoming lambs M 4 75
171 Wyoming ewes, feeders. . ..KM M
344 Wyoinlng lambs, feeders.... 64 4 60
2"0 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 67 4 60
1)4 Wyoming lambs, filrs. , culls 43 3 46
M Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 4 1111
136 1'tah ewes, feedera Hi 2 ho
61 w yomlng ewes vt 3 jo
Kaasaa City Live Mlork Market.
crlpts, 20.000 bead Including l.OJO south
erns; market tteady to strong; dressed
beef and export steers, t ISJSitMiO; fair to
good, 36.60lj4l.76; we. tern steers, 34.6tit.l7.66;
stockers and feeders, 33.76u6.i6; southern
steers, 33.764r4.65; oiilbern cows, 2.Wi
4.76; native cows. t2 7tn5.26.
iti mn- neceipis, n,v neaa; market
ateady to lower; bulk of aalea, t-V75i6.45;
heavy, 34.v1.4:!H; packera and butchera,
rta04.31. lights, 36.6uii.26; pigs, RiW.J
SHEEP AND I.Ailll-Hecelpta, 3,000
neaa: niaraei sieaav 10 hhi mv,r: lami.s
MJIiiiW; yearllnga, 33&on4.75; wethers,
I3.2u4j4.0i: ewea, ts.tsa J.eO; Blocker and
. 4 -r ft M
t. loala I.lve glock Market.
BT IJII'1.4 Knv 7 CITTI K- I...
teat head Including !. Texanaa; market
io lower; native snipping and export
steers, t'-CMiV ; dressed and butchers
steers, 3.V(o.i7.60; steers under 1.000
K.un.la. bi.wiis.w; stocKers and feeders,
tjuoinl 00, cowa and helfera, fXmirifl 00;
cannrrs. 3i wti3 00: bulls. i.i:tjifi -.'V
calvea, 34.0OH 60. Texas and Indian steers.
Mctl7W. cows and heifers, 44.fxfcji7.00.
nr. ,,wv lirwj, Hlliari UC
to lor lower: pigs and llshts. It 7(kh4 40:
lookers, 3A0i!t4.26; butchera and best
heavy, 4. isaH .60.
WIIKKI" AMI IJMRIUllvilnll ivn
head, market steady; native tnuttona, 33 00
1 : iBmiw, 4wku4 16: culla and bucks
tl.2iKija.00; alockera, 3160(j3 lo.
iwk la Slafct.
Recelpta of live slock at the five prln.
clpal markets yetterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
.44.40S 44.301) 32,200
(. j4MMiki Live Klock Market.
ST. JOKEIH. Nov. 7 CATTLE Ra
ceits. J.XW head; market, alow; steers.
t46""lt': cows and helfera. 2u6 50:
calves. t3 0ilr7 60.
liuo-ltictjipts, 10,000 htd; market
steadv to weak; top, 24 30; bulk of sales,
pi Mu4 n.
SMKKI' AND I. A M US- Recelpta. 3 floi
neao; market stesdy; lambs, 3.i.".j 25.
CIIKAt.O I.ItK KTOt'K MARK KT
Demaad for Sheep gfeady lloga and
.fJUrAnn- Nov- 7.-4.,ATTI.E Receipts.
. 000 head; market alow and aav; beeves
t4 76fis.pi; Texas steers. 14 Wb Hrt; west
ern steers. 43f.fi7.a;; etorkera and feed
ers, 33.2is5i.V7S; rows and helfera, " U Wtf
isivea, m ,r.is.(s7
HOJ.S-llecelpts, 2H.OO0 head: market
fairly active, f.e to lflc lower; light, In tM
30; mixed. 3.', iS.46; heavy, 3.V7Mi4 40;
rough, 3f.f.Vfi no; good to choice heavy,
t.Ori4.40; plga, 4 mfda l; bulk of salea.
14 Of ."i 4
SHKKP AND l.AMHS-lleccipts. 31. -!
head; market steady; native, 12 VHJ
Z.f); weatm, t2.7684t: yearllnga, tl.fWfl
4.: lambs. native tinTfAin. western
OMAHA G 10 F.HAL MARKRT.
CHEESE Imported Swiss. r?c; vsmerl
can Swiss. 22c; blcK k Swiss, lHc; twlna,
l.c; dalelea l.c; trlpleta. 17'4jc; young
Americas, 18c; blue label brick, 7v.c; llm
l"',r""';. 21b.. 18c; llmbtfrger. 1-lh . 10c.
. "kT.TK'l-N,, l-D- crton, 34c; No. 1,
In 0-lb. tuba, 34c; No. 2, Sic; packing, 2V,
I'OULTRT-ftrollers. lie; sprlnga. 12.:;
hens, 12c; cock a. Kc; ducka, 14'; geese,
"T.i ,urK'S. 2c; pigeons, per dox., tl.50.
Alive. bmllerN. 42ivc; hena, D'kc; old
roosters and stags. 6c; old durks, full
fr-athered, lie; geese, full feathered, luc;
turkevs. lsc: trulnea fnsli iiu. -,.t.
pigeons, per dox., 76"; homers, per dox.
I2 .V; B.jUttbs, No. 1, tl.M; No. 2. itk:
FISH Pickerel. Jlc; while. JM,6o; pike,
I6c; trout, llui.ic; large crapplea. 1f,j lhc;
Spanish mackerel, idc; eel, s; haddocka
1.1c; flounders, l.lc; green catfish. i:rl!c:
roe shad, tMjO each: shad roe tier hai-
oc; salmon, 13c; halibut. lltflJc; ycH.tv
perch, 8c; buffalo. 4c; bullheads Ik:
IHJUDTtlY Broilers, 180: springs, J:
hens, 12c; cqfks, 9c; ducks, 18c; geese
16c; turkeys 2ic; pigeons, per dos, tl-U
Alive, broilers, 12Vc: hens. Wc: nil
roosters and stags, 60; old ducks, full
feathered, 11c; geese, full fetanered, lOo:
turkeys, lo; guinea fowls. 16o each;
pigeons, ptir dox., 75c; homers, per dux .
12.60; squabs, No. 1, II. 60; No. 2, fiOe.
jec ui iritfs ulna: No. 1, 1,1c; No
!. 12'ac: No. 3. 8Hc. Ixilna: N 1 iaii.
No. 2, 134o; No. 3. 9Vc. Chucks- n :
7'jc; Ne. I, 6c; No. 3. 6Wc. lloun.ls: N.i!
1. lie; No. 2, hc; No. I, kc flates; No.
1. Ik:; No. 2, 4S11C: No. 3. 4We.
FHU1TB. KTC.-AppleM: Cooking varin
tlea. ner bb .. 22.7u: Joni h.n -
14.ui; Hen Davis, per bbl., t.ui; Cullfornia
c.cueiiower, jier iiox. !.; Colorado Jon
athnn, extra fancy, per bog. 12 26; Wash
ington Spltxenberg, per box, i &v; Wash
ington lied Beauty, per box, 2.50; Wash
ington Staman Wineaapa, per bog, i M
Hananas: Fanny select, por bunch, 2 25
tl2.&0: Jumbo, per bunch, 3.76?i3 76.
Cranberries. Wisconsin fancy, per bbl
!(W; per box, fcl.00. Dates: Anchor
brand, new, 30 1-lb, pkgs. In boxes, pet
box, 2.2f. Figs: California, per case of
12 12-os. pkgs., 80c; per cuae of 36 12-o
Pkgs.. 32.60: ner case of 60 -o ni,,.
2.t)u; Ney Turkish, 6-crown in 20-lb
boxes, per lb.. 16o; 6-crown In 20-lb. boxes'
per lb., 14c; 7-orown In 3 lb. Iioxes, per
lb., 17c. drapes: California Tokays, per
4-bsk. crste, 1.23; Malaga grapes, In
bhls., tii.6ttiae.tw. Lemons: Llmonelra
brand, extra fancy, aoo-SW) sixes, per box,
14.75; Loma I.lmonelra, fancy. 200-.Wi
sixes, per box, pi.OO; 240 and 420 sixes, 60c
por box less. Ornngcs: Niagara Hed
lands Valenclaa, 94-128 sixes, per box
lr..); 1&0-174-2O0-2I6-260 sixes, per box, I5.&0
l'eaches: California and Colorado. Der
box. 11.00. 1'ears: California Duchesa.
It. Hardy and B. Clartgeau. per 60-lb
box. 33 00; Lawrence, pr bog. 13 00.
E4JETARL,E8 Reatis: String and
wax. per mkt. bsk., tlOOiffi ai. i'ahhage:
Wisconsin, per lb., lVtld'jo. Celery:
Michigan, per dox., 83c; .Colorado Jumbo,
per dox., two. Cucumbers: Hot house,
per dox., 83.00. Egg Plant: Fancy
Florida, per dos., tl.oO. Garlic: Extra
fancy, white, per lb., 160. lettuce: Ex
ST,.""?'' Vr dog., 40c. onions:
California, white, per lb.. Sc; Wisconsin,
yellow and red. In sacks, per lb., 2lo;
Spanish, per crate, t)l.7u. I'araley: Fancy
home grown, per dox. bupchea, 46c. Po
tatoes: Minnesota Early Ohio, par bu.,
31.00; Wisconsin white stock, ter bu.,
too; In 0-saik lots, 60 lass. Sweet Po
tatoes: Virginia, per DDI.. 33.50; per bu.
bsk., tl 35. Rutabagas: In sacks, per lb.,
lje. Tomatoes: . California, per crate,
3lisCEt.t.ANEOt'S - Almonds: Tarra
gona, per lb., lsvtc; In sack lots, lo less.
Hrast: Nuts: Per lb., 14c; In sack lois,
lo loss. Cocoanuta: Per sack, 15.60. Fll
bona: per lb., 14c; In sack lots, lo leas.
Peanuts. Rossted, per lb., Hc; raw. per
lb., 7Hc. Pecans: l.arge, per lh.. 140; In
sack lots, lo less. Walnuts: New orop,
lull, California, per lb., 174c; In sack
lota, lo less. Cider: New Nehswka, per
16-gal. H bbl., 1.1.00; per 30-gal. bbl., tr..0;
New York Mott a, per.l5-gal. H bbl., 13 50;
per 30-gal. bbl., W.40. lloney: New, 24
frames, 13.76. Kraut: . Per 15-Bs:. keir.
12.16; per 6-gaI. keg, 1.10. .
London Stock Market.
- - - , ..v.. ,. ..,.1. 1 ..mi, vuiiiiuea
moved Irregularly during early trading
Dun's Report of Bank Clearings
Affregate bsak fgeBaar dttrlog tha onto of October la the Halted 8 totes, aeeerdlbg
totbeitateiXtsnteoSDBlledbr R. Q. Dog 4 Co., whlek Icalodai marni from 118 Ue4lBg
esatan, aaoeat to 18,I2I,637,607, a deereaa at 2.1 er seat aa asm eared wltk Uie
am tceath laat year aad of Jt.O per east eempared with tha earraspoadlof magtk In 1909,
Tha sac all at tetal tali year II prlBolpallj 4ae to t4 f lUlag eft at New York City, laf ply a
refleetlea ef redueed operaBons la the itook market, as tha majerlty at eldes ontalde
that sente rspart a S4uo&a61e volnais ef beak elearbxki. Tk Best latUfaeMry eoejaert.
soai are ssade by eldes la tke CeetraJ Slatea aad at the Beotk. esseelaaiy In tks Beuth
AUaatle Stttaa. la Nsw Baflaad tha total la somewkat below that of either pre
oedisf year, owing to linalier ratarna si Bettea, PrerUeaee and eae ee tw etber
dnao, hut good galas are still mad by Bprtitgfield, Wereeeter aad Hartford,
aad towards tha and ef the Month there wat .rldeaea ef eeaaldertble lm
prereaiaBt at the ether el ties. A anaiher ef leadtag eltlsi la tha Ulddia A lion tie States
eoattaae to make favorable eempartaon with preeedlag years, apoag thana Buffalo,
Reeiiastar, BUgaamtan, IUediag. WUkee-Barra gad Erie, but tha fetal Is less than last
year bweanse of loeaea at Philadelphia, Pitt strargh aad aome ethjr point. The eoB.tino.shee
ef preepereiu 4080111084 throng boat thsSooth Atlstl Statee hi rsfieetad la a larger vela fee
at beak eleerlnga tbaa la either year at praotloally arery Hiy taeladed la the statement,
among which are Risk mend, Norfolk, Allaataj, Augusta, hUeea aad Jacksonville. The
Osalrat South makes a mora satisfactory exhibit than la either preeedlag year, for while 1
few elites report aema less there are vary good gilas at sues Importaal contort aa
St Louis, Louisville, kUaophis, Nashville, Oralreatew, Houston aad Little Rook. Returni
from tke eitiae la the Oeatral State display some Improvemeat aa eompared
with reosat preeedlag monUl aad tha tetal la larger than' last year or 1009,
Gala are geaaral aad are quite pronouated at Chicago, ' Claclanatl. Cleve
laad, Detroit, KUwaukea, Eransvllla, Akron, Cantda aad aumorous othet
Important points. There la still eoaaiderabM Irregularity ia the returat from the ettlei
la the Weatara State, mer or lose deereaae being reported at a number of cities, bat Indi
cations of Imprerlag ooadlttoni are refleeted In gttnt at St' Paul, St. Joseph, Das Melasa,
Topeka aad oloer ooators. Oa the Paella Slope aatlttaotary gala eonilaa be mad at
aamaroa laadlag elttas, ameag theat Saa Praaelseo, Lo Angel aad Portland, aad a small
gala at Seoul. Walla has still appoar at eater! petal, thai total It larger than la either
preeedlag year. The oomparlaea la made below of bank axehaage by aoettoat severing
three yeani ale the average dally fig ore by month for the yoar to datt :
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mso B4e aq oesavsaop e to iom Uedsi 04 gwrauRUOa sjoiweo aojemna si4
JOrAl T ! rein eo meaj isjx)4 oq b ptqoa w iiiDJia s 4 aen
todav. The prices st noon ranged from
4 stwive to 1, below esterday's New
Ixmdon Closing stock quotations:
Contnls. money ... Tl ltillrlllo Nsh.1M
So aeovst TH( Mn . ksn TI . I2U
.Attial roprer M' New York central. .Iin
ansennoa ! Norfolk m rate rn lll
AltilsoTi HO An sf4
0" pf4 tol Oni.rlo Wertern. 4I4
niltlm..rs Ohio. lo. TVnrnylv.n.s I.n
Cana-llan I'aeltlr . 14'V4Mot Mines 4
' beMS'Sks Ohio. 7:H0ini is
CM. lrit Weilern JO Southern Itf lo'lj
Ckl., Mil. A il. P.IU.4 do pld 71
Ij Beers ISvtj Southern Paeitic ..ll4
l.o.r a: Rio O... Ti I nlon !', Ilk I7"-j
do pM 10 00 f(l 4
V. f . Steal 4Htj
So 1 vi r. do pf4 1"
lo 14 p4 lSWh.h II
Orafid Tranh 1J0 pf4 24t4
Illinois (sntral ....144
ri c Vr.it Mar, urm nt 2s4 per ounce.
MONEY 11 per cent.
The rate nf discount In the open market
for short bills Is 8' per cent; for three
months' bills, I 7-14 per cent.
Chicago I'rodoce Market.
CHICAGO. Nov. 7 ni'TTFH-Stendy;
creamerlea, 24',(t'd2lc: dairies. 2a"a2V.
KUOS Steady ; receipts, 3 4ltt case; at
murk, crtscs Included. 17r20c: firsts. 22-ri
24c: prime firsts Z",1i27c
CHEESE-Hteady; daisies. 14'4SH'4:
twins, l4414Wc; young Americas, 141t
14Hc; long horns, UGUr.
POTATOES stendv: choice to fancy, 73
7Sc; fair to good. ":j(75c.
POULTRY Weak: turkevs. He: chick
ens, &UC; springs. 10c.
V rJAI 4ulet ; 60 to fiO-lb. tvts.. 7lIHr.
Carload recelota Wheat 17 ears with
of contract grade; -coin, 3fil cars with 42
of contract grsdn: onts. 147 cars. Totil
recelnts of wheat at Chicago, Minneapolis
snd Dultith today were ai cars compared
with. 786 cars last week, and 742 care
the corresponding day a year ago.
BOSTON. Nov. 7 WOOfTh volume
of trailing In wool contlnuea heavy.
Values are well maintained. The main
trade Is In fleece, both medium and fine
grade, w-hlle the position of the half
blood and the onc-ounrter blood la Verv
strong. The former sells for 2f', while
the latter brings 2;ij25c. Dealings In ter
ritory is sit 1 11 along brond lines, good
Montana wool selling at l!V.i22c In original
bags. While the scoured linals of ter-rTtni-v
staple Is WKi-etc. Pulled wool Is In mod
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 7.-WOOL-Un-changed:
terltory and western mediums,
171J20c; fine mediums, livaisc; -fine, lKjlSo.
Minneapolis firnln Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov 7 wiif: AT r,-
cember, 11.0214; Mav. tl.OCM; July, tl 07T4
Cash No. 1 hard. Il fti-
I1.03t4; No. 2 northern, fl.OOVo'l.Ol'i; No'.
r- UA A 2.O0.
CORN No. 5 yellow, T1'S72c.
OATS No. 1 white. 454i4'ic.
RYE No. 2. 8Vd87c.
FLOUR First, hat
end patents, t.fsVa4.!0: first clears, 't3.mt
t.S6; second clears, 2.4i2.80.
Peorln (irnln Market.
PEOP.U Nnif 7 POT) V T X -
- . - - .. ...... UUI.CI , u, J
a'hite. 71n: Nn. a vhltA nn. r. r. ,
f hlte. new, 61c; No. 3 yellow, new, 3c;
jno. a yenow, new, ti044(U61c; No. 2 mixed,
Old. 71c: No. .3 mixed, old, 71e; No. 4
hitxed, nsw, lo; sample, new, 69c.
' OATS lTnrhnoire,! K'n J j..
standard 44ic; No. 3 white, 4Vic; 'No, 4
W into, 1UC,
Mllwaoke Grnln Market.
MOI.WAtrvtrp! M.. iiviiitit v-
1 northern, tl .OClj 1 .07 : No. t northern.
tl.frlHfcl.O6i4; No. 1 velvet chaff. tt.0413i.O6;
No. 2. 11.631.03; No. 3 hard winter, tl OlXii
l.w, 1 ' vein uer, ltoxc; May, VISSC.
1 o-nunaira, 4fi474ic
BARLEY Malting. tll21.23.
Liverpool fire In Market.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 7.-WHEAT-8pot
nominal: futures, easy; December. 7s
24d- March, "s 2d.
CORN Spot, quiet; American mixed. s
4d: futures quiet; January. 6s 7'id; Feb
ruary, 6s 4T4d.
' Umaha liar Market.
OMAHA Nov. T. Ha)' No. 1. tlS.OO; No.
X. IU.60tjtl2 00: coarse, 10 00: paoklng
stock, I7.0ous.00: alfalfa, IH.OOi Straw:
Wheat, 35.lX-uJ5.60; rye and ots, t6.60.
Oils and nosln.
SAVANNAH. Oa.. Not', ,7.-R08IN-Firm;
types K and U, 16.30.
.TURPENTINE Firm, 4'4c.
BREWING COMPANY LETS
CONTRACT FOR BUILDING
The Willow Springs Brewing company
has let the contract for the construction
of a 126,0 brick bottling -works on the
southwest corner of Third and Hickory.
Oun Peterson will build the plant, whlsh
will be ninety feet wide and lit feet In
4 ae. 104. 341
- 11 1.T7T71I
4S4 4 74.US)
" STTM W
Supreme Court Proceedings
In the supreme court of the state of
Nehraaka. beptember 1. lt, 21, Z2, 25, 1MI.
On recnhtmendatlon of the bar com
mission the following were admitted to
practice: John W, Chapman, Karl '
Marker, Charles V. Hteele and Charles
K. l)ecatur, Jr.
The following are appointed members
of the bar commission for examination
of applicants fr admission to the bar:
vValter L. Anderson, Lincoln, secretary;
J. .'. fteelrr, North I'latte; C. Kranft
Heavlt, Fulls City; t. V . Hliieius,
Omaha; G. V. Tlbbets. Hastings.
Following are appointed a committee
to draft and present resolutions on the
death of Charles J. Oreene: W. 1. Mc
Huh, Omaha, chairman; B. Wakelev,
Omaha; FtnnK M. Hall, Lincoln; T. L.
Norval, t-'eward; John A. Khrhardt, Stan
ton. Following are rulings on miscellaneous
motions and stipulations:
ldti;. n?4 ln against Freese. stipulation
to eontlnue denied.
I'con. Cwln against Btate Hoard i.f li ti
gation. Stipulation allowed; rule ex
tended to October 15, mil.
I72a2. Htate ex rel. Tyrrell against Lin
coln Traction company, ntlpulotlon to
advance allowed ; cause advanced and set
for hearing at session commencing Ie
cember 4. 1911; appellant to serve and
file printed abatracls and printed briefs
bv October 1, lull; appellee to serve and
file answer briefs by November ID. lull.
1730.1. Prudential Ileal Estate company
against flsltelle. Stipulation to advance
allowed; cause set for hearing at session
commencing October 16, 1011.
174. Russell against Electric Onrnge
company. Stipulation In rebrelfs. ab
stracts and for continuance allowed; ap
pellant gjven until October 1, 111, to
serve and file printed abstracts and briefs;
appellee given until November 1, Mil, to
serve and file answer brlets; cause set
for hearing at session commencing
November , 1811.
li79. City of Omaha against Yancey.
Stipulation allowed, rule day extended to
October 15, 11L - ,
l'.3. School district No. 98 against
Elliott. Stipulation allowed; appellee
given until October 1, 19U, to serve and
1H7WS. Cooper against Cood. Stipulation
to revive allowed; cause revived in names
of John F. Coud, Jr., and William J.
Coad, executors of the last will . and
testament of Mark M. Coad, deceased, ap
16759. Cooper against Hall. Stipulation
to revive allowed: cause revived In names
of John K. Coad, Jr., and William J.
coo, executors or me last win and
testament of Mark M. Coad, deceased, ap
l7t). Sherrill against Coad. Stipulation
to revive allowed; cause revived In names
of John F. Coad, jr., and William J. Coad,
executors of the last will and testament
of Mark M. Coad, deceased, appelant.
jti.in. rneiier against Hail.' stipulation in
re briefs allowed; appellee given until
October 2. 1911 to serve and file brief.
lft' At. Neff against Rrsndels. Stipulation
for continuance allowed; cause continued
to sesxion commencing February 19, 1912.
17131. State ex rel. Sklnkle against Hay.
Dismissal allowed;1 appeal dismissed at
appellant's costs. Mahdate-to Issue forth
with. - - '.
17251 Bchaer. against James Black
Masonry and Construction company. DIs
missal allowed; appeal dismissed at ap
pellant's costs; mandate to Issue forth
15 Roddy against M. P. R. Co. Stipu
lation In re ' briers allowed; Appellant
given until November 1, lull, to serve
and file briefs; appollee given until De
cember IB. 1911, to serve arid file answer
briefs; cause set for heatltig at session
commencing . Januai v 2, 1!'12.
ion a Mathews against Olllett. Motion
to . revive sustained; cause . revived In
names of Neftlo May Lemley, Ally Fllpot
and Andy Mathews, heirs at law of Kll
xlna Mathews, deceased, and John B.
Mathews,- Widower,' husband of satd. de
ceased, appellants. ; , x . .
173)o-Hall against The Crawford Com
pany. Motion for-temporary Injunction
overruled; motion tn advance continued
until' record Is complete.
Ifi896-9mlth . against Roehrlg. Stipula
tion In re briefs and abstracts allowed:
appellee, given, until October 3,' 1911, to
serve and file briefs and additional ab
stracts. .. ..
Iiilfi4 Omaha ; Cattle l.oan Co. against
Shelly.' 'ATipelte allowed Until October
19, 1911. to file printed briefs In support of
motion for rehearing. ' 1 ,
Hi2 Young against Lancaster" County;
Dismissal , allowed; appeal dismissed at
appellant' costs! marulate to Issue forth
'17079-HUl against' Hill. On motion of
Imso E. Congdon, A. W. 'O'Hara of Ca;
thage, ill., admitted for purpose of argu
ing .this cise .; . . . . - -g
liWJ-Thackaberfy against Wilson. Sug
gestion of death and motion to revrVo!
conditional order of revivor entersd..
ietll3-luvl against Johnson. Motion
of appellees to strike appellants' btiet
and abetract overruled; costs of oppl
ants' brief taked to appellants; aphel
lant allowed to reflle brief within thirty
dnys upon payment of 325 attorney tee
for appellee; appellee to -serve and tile
answer briefs by November 19, 1911;
cause, continued to November. 20, Jdn..
I0t43 ralsley against Paisley. Motion
of appellee to quash bill of exceptions
overruled. , K.
10M5 Yclser against Broadwell. Motton
or intervener to retax costs overruled.
l'ig2. htate ex rel. Thompson against
Donahue. Motion In re-austraets: , Re
lator to serve and file pMnted abstracts
by October 'V, 1911. " ,
16S26. Tramor against Maverick Loan
and Trust company. Motion of appellant
lor leave lo amend brief by tiling assign
ments of error austained; appellant given
leave to fne reply briefs insianter.
lna. Sabin against Cameron. Motion of
appellant lo uavance. sustatnea; cause
auvanoed .and net lor hearing at session
commencing October 16, 1911r
1m. pabln against Cameron. Sugges
tion of diminution and motion of appellee
to supply record Sustained. '
169H. rredenck against Morgn. Sugges
tion of dlmihutloii and motion of appel
lant .to' supply record sustained.
lotSl. Folimer. against state. Motion' of
appellee to advance overruled.
1.03U. Uruentner against Mank ot Mon-'
foe. Motion of nppeilajit lo advance sus
tained; nuse advanced and set tor hear
ing at stssion commencing October ic
,11041. Muaser against Musser. On ug
gestlon.of diminution and mttlon of au
peilant for leave to amend bill of excep
tions, leave given appellant to withdraw
bill of exceptions for purpose of submit
ting sarrin to district judge on application
tor amendment.' ..'..
- 171S3. State ex ret.-narton against" Far
mers' ami Merchant' Insurance company.
Motion 'Of appellee to advance sustained;
ppeHafit to serve and file ' printed ab
stracts and briefs by October 30, -1911; ap
elIN3 fo MrYC and file answer brief by
NoVemhfr' DO, 1911; cause set for hearing
at session Commencing November. 30, 1911.
1191. Morehouw against Klkhorn Drain
age district. Motion of uppeliant to ad
vance sustained; appelleeo to serve' and
file brief by October 20.- lfta i cause set
for hearing at session commencing No
vember . "Ml. ' " -
17227. Haas against Mutual Lite Intur
ance'Ootnpany. - Motion ot appellant-to
advance sustained; appellee to serve and
tile brief by October 30.. 1911: cause set
tor hearing at ' session commencing No
vember i. ltll. . .
145:14 Village of Pcrlbner against Mohr.
Appeal from lodge. Af firmed, l.etton. J.
1. A grocer who takes order for goods,
fills them at his stor4 and deHvtrs them
bv wagon to customers in a neighboring
village. Is not a "hawker of goods by re
tall, by lample or by taking orders or
otherwise" So SB 0 be within the pro
vision ot -an ordinance of the village Im
posing a license tax on such hawker.
2. Where- uch- grocer-maintains a de
livery watfon and an employo delivers
goods rrsvjouily ordered from him when
making a former delivery or which have
been ordered by letter or telephone from
the customer direct to the store, the fact
that patron receiving goods, orders oth
ers from the person delivering, not being
asked, solicited or requested so to do y
him, does not establish the fact uf "can
vassing or soliciting orders for any ar
ticle, goods or- merchandise" under tha
provisions of an ordinance Imposing a Il
ea nee tax on tuch occupation so as to
render either the agent or lit principal
liable for -the tax. - -
' ltftO. ilockett against Bums. Appeal
from Clay. Affirmed. Reese. C. J.
1. ,"A stipulation In a mortgage author-'
taint the mortgagee to accelerate the ma
turity of the mortgage debt It the taxes
on the mortgaged premises are not paid
at or before the time they become de
linquent, la not forbidden bv statute nor
Contrary to public policy and may be en
forced.' Piumer against Park, (2 Neb.
tJ N. W. M4.
' S. "And the payment of such delinquent
taxes after the commencement of an ae
lion to foreclose the mortgage, does not
dtprUe th. mortgage of tlie right se
cured by the exercise of his o;tlnn."
Mumer against Park, 62 Neb. Wi.r. SI N.
1W7. Gwln ngsinst Freese. Appeal from
Antelope. Affirmed. Itarnes. J.
1. In an action to foreclose a lien for
taxes, when the uctlnn Is against the
land Itself, and the petition duly verified
contains the allegation that the owner of
the land Is unknown, the court will not
be without Jurisdiction for want of such
Allegation In the uffldavlt for service by
2. The sheriff s sale, based on such a
decree of foreclosure, after It Das bein
examlnod and confirmed by the court
which rendered the decree, Is not subject
tn collateral attack for Irregularity.
1132. Walker against Anderson. Appeal,
from Dundy. Reversed snd remanded with
directions to district court to enter decree
granting perpetual Injunction aa prayed
In plaintiff a petition. Fawcett, J. Hoot,
. Ln ,,u to '"Join proceedings Insti
tuted hy one land owner to construct a
ditch for irrigation purposes across the
lands of an adjoining owner, which are
already traversed by another ditch, the
question is not whether the first ditch
Is then In a diffident ststo of repair or
in n condition to answer the purpose for
w hit h the second ditch Is desired or Intended-
the question Is can the first ditch
be mnde to answer such purpose? If so.
no right exists to construct the second
2. Nor, In such a rase, can any such
right be given by the State Hoard of
Irrigation, or be acquired in any other
manner than that pointed out in section
3, art. 1, ch. 93a. Comp, St. 1909, vlx; by
the written consent and agreement of
the owner of the land.
8. Where "A" Institutes proceedings to
Condemn the lands of "B" (for the pur
pose of constructing an Irrigation ditch
over lands of "B," which ore already
traversed by a prior-ditch which hue been
extended to the line of "A's" land. In
junction Is the proper remedy for "B,"
and In such a suit the burden Is upon
A -to show that the first ditch cannot
be made to answer the purpose for which
the second ditch Is desired or Intended.
lS&i. lacoira Mill company against
The F H. Ollerlst Lumber company. Ap
peal from Buffalo. Affirmed, Root, J.,
Fawcett, J., not sitting.
1. In an action to recover a money
Judgment the pleadings should be liber
ally construed in the Interest of Justice.
2. A petition to recover for the buyer's
breach of an executory contract of sale,
will not be held bad on general demurrer
because the pleader did not use the words
damage" or "damaged. '
1 8. Where a buyer wrongfully neglects
or refuses to accept and pay for goods
"noer an executory contract for sale
the seller may maintain an action against
him for damages, and the measure of
damages is the loss directly and natur
ally resulting In the ordinary course of
vents from the breach of the contract.
Ordinarily It Is the difference between
the contract price and the market price
at the time and place where the goods
ought to have been accepted." Trini
dad Asphalt Manufacturing company
against Buckstall Bros. Manufacturing
company, 86 Neb., 623.
4 16740. Sneller against Hall. Appeal
Trom York. Reversed. Letton, J. (Sedg
wick, J., not sitting.
1. The measure of damages for a
breach of a covenant In a lease to put
In possession Is the difference between
the rental value of the premises and the
rent reserved in the lease. The lessee
may also recover such special damages
as he pleads and proves to have neces
sarily resulted from the breach of the
'2. A' leased certain premises to B. who
took possession. Afterwards he leased
the same premises to C for the same
term. -C attempted to take possession,
but failed. B brought an action for dam
ages against C, based upon C's act in
attempting to take possession, the na
ture of which Is not disclosed, and re
covered a Judgment. A was notified bv
C of 'the pendency of this suit and re
quested 10 assist. H4IU, that the Judg
ment in the attorney's fees, costs and
loss of time of C In defending that action
are not proper elements of damage in an
action against A on the covenants In the
lease to put In possession and for quiet I
liirtid.. County of fuming against Ban
Croft drainage district. , Appeal from i
Cuming. Affirmed. Reese, C. J. I
-1; L'nder the provisions of the act of
1907. (law 1907, . chapter 163) implied au
thority Is given to apportion to the high
ways within a drainage district their
due "proportion of the cost of drainage.
2. The fact that the' units of cost are
apportioned to a whole road by Its record
number Instead. of to that portion only
of the road to be benefited would not
render the apportionment void so long
a the apportionment is limited to actual
liww: Pendergast against Royal High
landers. . Appeal from- Clay. Reversed
and remanded. Rose, J.
Where a member of a fraternal bene
ficiary association forfeits his rights to
participate in the benefit funds of the
fraternity by engaging In a prohibited oc
oupatlon, assurer does not assume the
hasaurda thereof by accepting dues upon
the condition that the insurance, if
restored, shall extend only to the risk
1ks9. Kane against Chlcsgo, Burlington
& Qulney . Railroud company. Appeal,
from Douglas. Affirmed. Root, J.
Barnes nnd Fawcett, J. J. dissent.
, 1. A railway night switchman becoming
Color ..blind during his employment, is
thereby disabled by sickness within the
meaning of his employer's contract that
It will pay him sick benefits for a
limited period while he is disabled by
sickness or accidental Injury provided the
tuot be established by proof of acute or
. 2. A statement In a letter written and
sent to rhe plaintiff by the defendant
superintendent of employment that the
plaintiff resigned from the defendant's
Service, Is not of Itself competent evi
dence against tho plaintiff of such
3. Nor Is the' trainmaster's statement
that had the medical examiner found the
plaintiff to have been afflicted with color
blindness, the physician would have re
ported that fact to the witness, competent
evjrlenre tu disprove the plaintiff s con
tention that he is color blind.
. litlW. Biake against West. Apneal
Douglus. Affirmed. Barnes, J., Sedgwick.
J., not sitting.
l.-VVhere -tne - possession of real estate
Is the result of an entry upon the prem
ises by permission of the legal owner,
suuh possession will not become adverse
until I-some act in committed by the oc
I'upant rendering It so, and notice thereof
la brought home-to tho owner of the
, a. One who enters into the occupancy
of rani estate- under an oral contract to
purchase It. cannot afterwarda obtain
tttm tuereto by uu verse poeessiun without
showing that his occupancy hud assumed
an adverse character, and Continued as
such during the statutory period.
ll5. Clarence agalnxt Htate. Error,
Cass. Sentence reduced to two years und
as thus modified sfflrmed at costs of
plaintiff In error. Reese. C. J. I
l.."A motion for a change of venue, in
a criminal prosecution is addressed to the
sound discretion of the trial court, and.
Unless there has been on abuse thereof,
its ruling on the motion cannot be dis
turbed." Sweet against State, '75 Neb..
Zttr, Mi X. Y. 31.
2. The erroneous admission of evidence
offered by the state in a criminal nnuu.
ciitlon wnlcli.can have no prejudicial
erfect upon the rights of the defendant
will not, a a general rule, require the
reversal of a Judgment of conviction.
. I. The., information charged the com
mission nt the crime of murder In the
first tlegree. I'pon a trial of the accused
he was convicted ef murder In the second
degree. The cause, was removed to the
Supreme court by proceedings In error for
review. The Judgmrnt ot conviction was
reversed and the case remanded for fur
ther proceedings. At the commencement
Of the second trial the defendant moved
the court to require the county attorney
to put him on trial for manslaughter
only, as he had been acquitted of murder
In the first degree upon the former trlsl,
nd the supreme 4Ourt had reversed the
Judgment of conviction of murder In the
second degree. The motion was over
ruled. Held no error, aa the reversal of
the Judgment placed the accused In the
same position he was prior to the former
i 17177. State ex rel Hutter against Pap
lUion Drainage Dint. A.eal. .Sarpy. Af
firmed. Letton, J., BeUgwick, J., not
It is the dutv of drainage district
under the provision! of Sections 110 to
)13. Inclusive, oh. 73. Comp. t.. Uajs. to
make and keep In good repair gou.1 and
sufficient crossings wherever liie drain
age ditch CToaaea the streets cf an in
corporated city or village.
1V.4. Burr Admr, ugulnat Iowa Slate
Traveling Men s association . Appiat
Lxncastcr. On motion to modify. Former
Judgment reversed, vacated and set aside.
Ordered that If plaintiff file a remitti
tur of all of the present Judgment ex
cept t2.oo and Interest thereon from
Feb. 1 1H02, to the present time, within
forty days. Judgment of district court
to that extent will be affirmed; other
wise Judgment reversed nnd cause re
manded. Jf such remittitur Is Tied,
plnlntlff to pay costs on thin, appeal In
this court; defendant to pav cost In
district court; If such remittitur is not
filed, costs taxed to plaintiff. Barnes, J.
1. Ffrrmer opinion modified and tho
plaintiff awarded Judgment for t2.fi00,
with Interest thereon nt 7 per cent from
February is, 1902, on condition of filing
a remittitur. ,
17020. Edmondsnn against Ptafe. Er
ror, Hamilton affirmed. Barnes, J.,
Sedgwick, J., not sitting.
1. A guardian of the person and es
tate of a minor, who converts the money
snd estate of his ward to his own use.
thereby violates the provision of sec
tion 121 of the criminal code; and the
fact that he has failed to report to or
make final settlement In the county
court, after being served with a citation
to make such settlement. Is not a bar
to a prosecution for the crime of em
bexxlement as defined In that section.
2. The voluntary admissions of n
guardian that he has used the money
belonging to his ward as his own, hua
expended It for his own private purposes,
and Is unable to replace or repay It, are
admlssable In evidence against him and
If supported by other competent evidence
are sufficient to sustain hla conviction
of the crime of embezzlement.
3. l'nder an Information charging a
guardian with having embexsled a oer
taln amount of moner belonging to hla
ward without describing it as being a
part of any particular or speclflo fund,
proof that tha defendant has converted
any money to his own use. belonging to
the wsrd will sustain the charge aa laid.
4. When a guardian has converted hi
ward's money to his own use. the fart
that he would be Justly entitled to a
small portion of the money so converted
as compensation for his services, Is not
a complete defense to a prosecution for
16707. Chicago, R. I. A P. R. Co. against
State Railway commission. Appeal, Lan
caster.. On motion for rehearlna- former
Judgment of reversal adhered to. Mo
tion for rehearing overruled. Sedgwick.
J., Reese, C. J.. Fawcett and Rose. J.
1. The power to open streets and to
regulate and control railway crossings
over the same In Incorporated cities and
villages fs given by statute to the muni
cipal authorities. The state railway com
mission has general Jurisdiction of such
matters outside of cities and villages.
2. Whether the state railway com
mission has any duty to perform In case
the proper municipal authorities wilfully
refuse to act In regulating railway cross
ings of street In cities and villages.
or has any supervising .power of sucli
crossings to safeguard the passengers
and employes on trains is not Involved
In this case and Is not decided.
8. Former decision adhered to.
16408. Ferry against Clark. Appeal from
Wayne. Affirmed. Root, J.
A court of equity will not enjoin an
upper proprietor from draining surface
water from his land through tile drains
In the natural course of drainage Into
the natural channels which nature has
provided, and onto the land of a lower
16521. Mudra aa-alnst Oroclinir Anneal
from Knox. Affirmed. Fawcett, J.
Sedgwick, J., not sitting.
M.. being Indebted to vartoua banks anil
Individuals who held chattel mortgages
upon all of his personal property, sold his
homestead, consisting of 160 acres of hind.
. , I. 1 1 , ,1,D " VJ J V. 1 1 1 1, , p. , T V. LI I I, O.
deed therefor to O . At the time of nego
tiating the sale, ana prior to the execu
tion of the deed, M. directed U. to pay
the consideration for such sale, less cer
tain encumbrances upon the land, to the
creditors of M. One of the creditors of
M. waa D., who, as a notary public, took
the acknowledgment of M. and wife to
their deed to U. D. was in no manner
instrumental In causing the sale of tho
land or the giving of such oral direction
hv t. tn CI. Vint- lr-n iri.nl I t I v nrlnr trft
taking such acknowledgment . was In
formed of such sale and 'oral directions.
After the execution of the deed O. paid
the full amount of the net conxlderatiou
of his purchase ot the homestead to sucli
creditors of M.. Including D. Held, that
D. was not disqualified to act as notary
In taking such acknowledgment.
1647L Bradley against Chicago. Burling
ton & Quincy Railway company. Appeal.
Adams. Affirmed. Root, J.
1. If a defeated litigant tendered no re
quests to instruct the Jury, a failure by
the trial court to Include In Its charge
sume principle of law proper to have been
mentioned, will not Justify reversing tha
case where the Issues are stated and the
charge contains no prejudicial misstate
ments of low.
2. It Is the duty of a railroad company
to equip Its locomotive engines with such
appliances for the control of sparks as
the progress of science and Improvement
demonstrates are the best for that pur
pose and which are generally known or
should be known by those in control of
the construction and repair ot its en
gines. 3. The plaintiff. In an action ugalust a
railroad company to recover damages for
an alleged negligent setting out of a fire.
has no Just ground for complaint because
the trial court Instructed the Jury that the
carrier was not guilty ot negligence In
using lignite coal as a fuel, unless thereby
the hazard of fire was so materially in
creased that-a reasonably prudent man
would not ordinarily have used the coal
for that purpose.
4. In an action for negligently setting
out a fire where the particular engine
from which the fire escaped Is fully Iden
tified. It is not error for the court to ex
clude evidence that on other occasions
fire escaped from the defendant other
E. Where upon a consideration of the
entire record it Is evident that the de
fendant was not liable, a verdict in ltd
favor should not be disturbed because tho
Instructions in Immaterial matters do not
accurately state the law.
1GS01. Werger against Steffen. Appeal
from lAncaster. Reversed and remanded.
In a suit for injury to realty and for
conversion of personalty transferred
therewith by defendant to plalutirr, it is
error to permit the latter, over the for
mer's objections, to show the entire dam
age by answering a education -calling for
the difference in value of the farm before
and after the Injury and conversion.
167.14. Anderson against Noleman. Ap
peal from Box Hutte. Affirmed. Hoso, J.
Where the evidence relating to an Issue
of fact In an equity case U lu direct con
flict, the finding fchould be In favor of
the party whoae proofs are the more con
vincing, after oil of the competent testi
mony and the credibility of the vitnesHe4
have been considered.
ltv",2X. Adler nmiinKt Royal Neighbors of
America. Appeal from Douijlas. Affirmed.
It will be presumed a husband knows
the aae ot his wife und Is qualified to
testify thereto, unless the contrary Is
shown, where they lived together thirty
16329. Kood against Acken. Anneal
from Lancaster. Affirmed. Sedgwick, J.
1. To reoulre vacation ot a tudgment
because of perjury on the part of the
one obtaining it, it must be shown bv
clear and satisfactory evidence that the
alleged false testimony was wilfully and
purposely given; that it wan material to
Ihe Issue being tried ami was not merely
cumulative, but probably controlled tho
t. Evidence found to he Insufficient t
require the vacation of the Judgmeut com
16917. Frederick against Moran. Ap
peal from Richardson. Affirmed. Reese,
C. J., Fawcett, J., not sitting.
1. "To a petition upon a cause of action
not controverted, where there ia at
tempted to be pleaded an accord and sat
isfaction, the plea is bad wheu the per
formance necessary to constitute the sat
isfaction is not alleged." Coble ufcain.-t
American National bank, 4u Neb. i'.'l,
65 N. W. 1002.
2. Evidence examined, and tt la found
that an accord and satisfaction is not
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