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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1911)
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Covering by Short on Previous Pay
Cansei Wheat to Sag.
BEAfilSHNZSS HAS DISAPPEARED
Tin la at Hand Wkfa storm a lre
ell " Marketing: front First
Ilaad Will n Notice
OMAHA, Nov. 11, MIL
welt hat disappeared, however, and a
agged thla morning that yesterday's
trength waa due entirely to ahort cov
ering. The extreme bearlshnces of last
the winter and ear.y spring montlui.
trading market can be expected.
Ihe seaaon of the year Is at hand when
torma and adverse weather condition
will reduce marketing from flrat hands
end a stronger market la likely duiioa
the wlnier and earl ysprlng month.
The aentlment In the corn trade la de
cidedly mixed, a those who are bulllxti
for a long time, are willing to cmnnedr
that the eauly mivement of new corn will
cause further decline In the caah value.
The demand for old corn has droppod off
and there la an uneasiness In the general
Wheat waa lower on weak and lower
rabies a.u me dull casn tiaue; caa.
wheat waa lc lower.
Corn lield fairly firm and new corn
amplea hroiiKht belter price: cah de
mand waa active and gave strength to
the futures. Cash corn waa Ho higher.
Primary wheat receipt were l.lU.UiU bu.
and shipments were iM.OtiO bu., agalnat
receipt lam year of 74N,0UO bu. and ship
tnenta of T.1pri0 bu.
Primary corn receipts wera 4V0 bu.
and alilpmetila were 2l.ono bu. agalnat re
ceipt last year cf 8t5,OuO bu. and ship
ment of 2?9,OiO bu.
Clearanrea were 53.000 bu. of corn, 1,000
feu. of oats and whoat and flour equal
to K1.V0 bu.
Uv-erpool closed HSid lower on wheat
anil ali lower on corn.
The fallowing cash sales were re
ported: Wheat: No. 2 hard. I car. 96V,c.
1 car, 96c; .No. a hard, 1 car. D.vtv; 1 car,
Wic. 1 car, 94k;, X care, K.Vtc: No. 4 hard.
1 car, 94c; no grade. 1 car, 87o. t'orn:
No. 3 white, 1 car, Cr; No. I yellow, 1
car, (new), 66c; No. 4 yellow, 1 car, (new),
; No. mixed, 2 cara, tJMc; No. I mixed,
1 car. (new), M'c; No. 4 mixed, 2 cara,
new), 63s,c. Oata: No. S whit. 1 car,
4Vc; No. 4 white, 1 car. 45lc; No. 3 mixed,
1 car, 4."i-c; No. 4 yellow, 1 car, 4614c, no
glade, 2 can, 45'Ae.
Omaha Cash Prlre.
WHKAT-No. t hard. Kto; No. I
Iiard, t.f.tsivcj No. 4 hard, 9l4t!5ttiC,
ColtN No. 2 white, x,ti.c; No. 2
white, c'(fc No. 4 white, lV4l4l"c;
"So. 1 color, SfcleSj-Oiic: No. 2 yellow,
; No. t yellow, tlsVtosci No. 4 yellow,
'iW.sV; No. 2, Wlk'ijii'jc; No. 3, 8
; No. 4. 6M44P.
OATS No. 2 white
te 4MMfi'vc; standard,
wvii-etH.-; Nu. 4 white, 4uvu "-He; No. 2
"reilow, No. 4 yellow, 4IVa 4614a
liARLKY-Malting, ll.H1ll.24; No. 1
JUIi-No. 2, 66096o; No. 2, MftSta.
Wheat. Corn. Oata.
... U 21 7
... 14 7
CHICAGO GRAI.1 AND PROVISIONS
reataree at (he Trading and Cloalng
Priors on Hoard of Tra.
CTnCA(K), Nov. 10. Export clearance
today aimont equal to l.OuO.OUO bushels
rallied tho wheat market after price had
Buffered a break of l'ittlSo. The cloae
was strong and compared with last night
varied from c off to Wo advanna. Corn
finished unchanged to a shade lower,
oata up a to fcSHc, and provision
dearer by 10fl30o.
In connection with the generous show
ing of wheat exports today, attention
waa given to th fact that the total
clearance from the United States and
Canada since July 1 aKKregate 20.ono.uu0
buahela more than for the corresponding
time a year ago. The bulla alao were
encouraged by . liberal flour aalea at
Minneapolis. A hllsxard which sent the
mercury to 22 below aero at some nolnts
northwest counted likewise against the
Karller In the aeiwlnn the news waa all
the other way. Primary receipts were
on a huge an ale, notably ao at Minne
apolis and Duluth, and there was much
talk of congestion at Buffalo. Between
tho opening and the close December
fluctuated from :'uiVic with lat sales
at Hl'o, Juki under last night.
After trading hours a report was cur
rent that a broker ri'preaentlng miller
lied unsucceMirtilly bad 7'tC under May
j.rl" lor 2,wu,(KO buBhnla of No. 2 red
theat In store here. The house carrying
the Krain la not Identified with the bull
leaden, who a few daya ago hecauae of
r differenie of a fraction of a cent re-f-.irw-d
a bid from the same broker for
t,ii.i0 bunhels in one l"t.
t'orn, which at flrHt wa depressed, re
bounded with what. December ranged
from tVUMH" to 6lvo, closing precisely
the same as lant nlKht, at tutVo, Casa
grades were steady for old and lower for
tiew. No. 1 yellow waa quoted at 739
6h showed the beat activity and
strength In a long time. High and low
flKures for Uecember proved to be 47Ho
and y,UVc, with the close WiHo up.
In the pioi'Wun pit seller became
carce late In the day and there waa a
acnrial blildintl up of values In cunr.e
uuenve. When the gong cleared the pit
)Kik hail riven i."-i.XHj and other prod
uct P") to 10(il2MiC
Quotation on leading product were;
Artie l Open. ttiah. t Low. Close. Yea y.
May. It LuU
t ush Quotation wersi a follows;
VUorit Weak; winter patent, 14.20
t.': winter atratghta. 13. .KrM w: aprlng
j.atenla, tu OOtl .1.1 ; spring- atralghta, $4.60
tit'O: bakers, 11 Mjj.10.
itVK-No. 2. tKv
WAHI-KY-Ferd or mixing, tOcfill-OI;
talr to choli'M nialtlnK, 11 IMil.SU.
ri:ls Tiinothy, $U.uuvi-2o. Clover,
ti.l :.'--t JO.UO.
l-H'VliSION8 Mesa pork, per bbl.,
I'bOO'jiaZJ. lrd. per P lbs., $9.2i.
fci. -n rll4. sides (loose), 1M.12V.
Total ieurani ea of w heat and flour
Wore e.juitl to D.'T.uoO bu. l-.xpoita for the
p-K, as shoan by 1'raitstreeta, were
eiual to J.X-ti.Ojo bu. frimarv receipts
vrr 1.1d5.ou bu., compared with 74x,OuO
bu. the corresponding day a year ago.
Kiiilmatfd receipts for tomorrow:
Wneat, 2 cars: corn, 1!M car; oats, 117
Uii hogs, head.
(,'hli-ago Ciuh trie Wheat: No.
td. Wk'1; No. 1 red, -V4ic: So.
lurd, ktkci$l.uv: No. 1 hrd. 4i.UIe;
No. 1 northern. Il.v7ul.4w; No. 1 north
ern, ll.wtd.tKj; No. 3 northern. llOiuluu
r-o. 2 vprtng, Vctll 44; No. I spring, wij
I1'-.': .no. 4 aiirmg, w; velvet chart
V'.;loj!; durum, Kwflui. 4'orn: No. 2.
tt... ro. 1 wnue. an:; rso. j yellow.
ivjitc; ro. z, oia. e-'itsjc ro. 3, new
t. inMc; No. 2 white, old, CSV-iTOc; No,
I white, new, tufrtc; No. 1 yellow, old,
7:i.io: No. t ytilow, new, 6lfc-4c; No
4. oid. ta.Uc; No. 4. new, SnitCc; No.
oil, bc; No. 4 white, new, Or-iw-V
No. 4 yellow, old. amw; jo. 4 yellow
i.w, fil i-'e. Oats: No. 1. 4VU1V'
Jo. 1. 4 c; No. 1 white, 47-S 4kci No.
Vi te, (. (IN:; standard, 4t'utDc.
I-. V r-N. 2. Is.
-. ii I.I V-i vl
'I H H'-. ''Ol5.
!!. -V KK-$lf.'4'J.0.
M 'lTl Hr-c.ttauy; creameries, H'ifjlTc
C all iS, 'I -sc.
t.i ;jd Mrady; receipts, 1.S71 rases: s
ji..ik, .tw iiiclude-t. 17(20c; firsts, ij
In . t rtn, e iirsts i u--''.
'HLr .-IC Meady. dulsles, ltHSHc
twit s, !,jj4',i ; young Americas, H-Hl.
lull liOII.S. J--111jC.
t "TA'i t-".r iedy; choice to fancy
.-; tir to Rood, 7WW.
in! JtY-tasy; tuikeya, iJc; cblck
t ur Lfi 'i is-Whtat, 11 cars, with
14 of contract grade; corn, fll cars, with
.'1 of contract grade; oatu, Wt cars. Total
recelpla at Chicago, Minneapolis and
Imluth t'dy were ) Cara, compared
with iar last week and 34 cars the
corresponding day a year ago.
VKALr-tHeady; 60 to -lb. wis., 743
KEW YORK fiKMCHAL MARKET
Qaotatloa of the Day a Varloas
f ommodlt lea.
KEW YORK. Nov. 10.-FIH R-Qulet;
winter atraighta, H 204.30; winter pat
ents, It i.-.(H.;, spring clears, HMii'O;
Kansas etraights, H.MIi- Uya flour,
gtilet: fair to good, .".0o'u5 2:i; choice
to fancy, fi AVai.40. Ittickwheat flour,
quiet; 2(j2.ti6 ir 100 lbs.
COKNMKAI Kteady; fine white and
yellow, fiKo'iii go; coarse, HSfKaiW; kiln
nYK-taay; No. 2, Wc. c. I. f. Buffalo
llAKI.KY-Eaay; malting, $1.11.2S c.
I. f. Buffalo.
WJIKAT Hpot marVet quiet; No. 2 red,
97c, elevator, domestic basis to arrive,
and QiS f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 northern,
Imluth, IA2, t. o. to., afloat; future
market declined aharply during the morn
inn under aHIIng on bearish foreign news
and lllxral ret-eipta, but regained (art of
the loss on covering and reports of a bet
ter crmIi demand In the northwest, closing
at SWo net decline. irc"ttiber. 9iti'ic;
ciMted at Ittc; May Uar)l.(H: closed
at tl.04'; receipts, lT0,3u bu.; shipments,
CORN Boot, market, steady; export,
No. 2, Mc, nominal, f. o. b. , afloat; fu
tures market was nominal; receipts, 7,87i
bu.; shipments, 1,S4 bu.
OATM fiot market, firm; at&ndard
white. 63H'. In elevator; No. 2. 53c; Nos.
2 and 4, MHc; natural -white and white
clljiped, tHiiirVin, on track; futures mar
ket Waa nominal; receipts, V9.100 bu.; ship
ments, 2.WU bu.
HAY-gulet; prime, 11.30; No. 1, 11.2'iif
1.30; No. 2, ll.2txul.2S; No. 2, 11.10.
HIltKl HteMrty; Central America, 21c;
Llw Tl I K rt r irm ; hemlock firsts, 2".ffl
27c; aeronils, 22t(24c; thirds, IDS 21c; re
HOPN-Hteady f state common to choice,
U'll, bJirlnc, r-Hclf-c coast 1H1I, Wji&r.
rROV18IONB-lork, firm; mess H6.7J
(rl7.K: family, lJu.tKy2l.oi; short cleiirs,
414.74217.60. lJeef, steady; mess, 112.50'tf
1-1W; family, 113 6oyl4.00; beef hams,
M.6fj31.bo. Cnt m.-ata, dull; pickled
bellies 10 to 14 lbs.. I'TJUV.r; pickled
hams, 1i-((I14p. lirl, dull: middle west,
prime, tn.4Xtti."); refined, firm; continent,
IK. 76; Houth America, 110.0U; compound,
TA1.LAJW Kteady; prim city hhds.,
Tic; country, tVij7c.
BtTTTKIt Firm; creamery specials,
M'VuitH-; r xl ran. 34c; atate dairy, finest
Ko; food to prime, 2r."ln; common to
fair, Zy'fj.lc; factory, currnnt mak, firsts,
CHEKflR-Firm; state whole milk, cur
rent make, specials, ltVtfjltHc; aklms,
KiitiS Kteady; fresh grtthererl extrn.
ttftiWc; firsts, 31ft Mc; acennds, 2S'(t.)c;
thirds, 264! -';-; refrigerator firsts. Season's
storngn ciiarges paid, ii'ijrjc; western
gal her i d whites, iiitf-too.
FOITI.TKY Alive, lrrelllnr; western
chickens, lltilHtc: fowls, U'W,c; tur
keys, Hk. Jresed, easier; Weslern chirk
t ns, 7'Wc; fowls, 7Htic; tut keys, loy jlc.
t. Iiala Urae-ral Market.
RT. 1)U1H, Nov. 10-WHKAT-BteadV!
track No. 1. red. 6Mitf,Vic; No. 2 hard.
KlcDi.lt .07; Dei-ember, Wc; May, 11.00.
CollN Ixwer; track No. 2, 72if73o:
No. '2 white, 72M,c; December. C3c; May.
UAin-rirtn; track rvo. x, i-'gtn'; No.
white. 4 "ao; December 47 ic; May.
48"4o. - '
KYr Unchanged, 92e.
KllUlt Steady ; rod winter patent.
14.(i-IiMI0; extra fancy and straight, 13.SD
ti'4.35; hard winter clear. f3.4rtf3.t)6.
pi-; it i e-'nmotny, i4-uoy 1&.&0.
BRAN Unchanged: Backed, east track.
HAY-nrm: timothy, tx.wmaw. orai-
rle, 113 0I( i.oo.
I'ROVIHIONU Pork, h gher! lobbing.
$14.60. Lard, higher; prim, steam, tH.lt.A,
iiOi Dry salt meat, unchanged;
boxed extra shorts, xh.K); clear rlha, 1M.60;
short clears, 18.76. Haoon, unchanged;
boxed extra short, $1.60; clear rtba, 1K.60;
hort clears, 13,75.
IMJUI.TUY Firm; ehlckan. spring.
tStc; turkeys, 14c; ducks, 12c; geese. Sc.
lU'TTKll steady; creamery, 2Crfi32o.
.Flour, bbl H.700 .
Wheat, bu Srt.OH) . 44, (mo
Corn, bu 2S.H0O i4.otO
Oat, bu 27,000 - is, 000
Kanaa Cltr Grain aad Provision.
KANHAH CITY. Nov. 10. WHEAT
rash unchanged to lo lower; N. 2 hard,
Wit H 11.04; No. 2. lsk-tl.0? No. 2 red,
Hm47ci No. 2, 84iiiWio.
CORN Unnliangcd to Mo higher: No. 2
mixed. 73c; No. J. 73c; No. 2 white, 73Vfcc;
No. 3, 73c.
OAT.S-Uteady; No. 2 White, 4BtT49c; No.
HAY-Hteady: choice timothy. tll.WXff
fi.w- cnoice prairie, fi3.oauui.90.
BITTTKR-Creamery, 11c; first.
second, 7o; packing stock, 20c,
EtXliJ Kxtraa. 2c; firsts, 27c; seconds
Wheat, bu 211. (Ut 44. mat
Corn. bu. W.W 2noo0
Oats, bu 8,000 4 l,0UO
Mlaaeaaolla Orala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 10. WHEAT
Deember, tl.044: My, tl.0sj 1 M;
July, $1.10; cash. No. 1 hard, tl.OuH; No. 1
norlhern. tLtt.; No. 2 northern, l.tJVi
l.WH: No. s, u;Cci$i.0t)'4,
t lax-Cloae: 11. va,
CORN No. S yellow, TSo.
DATS-No, t white. 4iH446Ho.
KY K No. t, K-iiHtk;.
it RA N $d. (RVi a . 25.
FlCK-Firt patents, $S lofii.4ft: second
patents. 14 7(Ku6 0O; first cleats, $3. 00.1,
second clear , 12.60u2.IWl.
Philadelphia Prod ace Market.
PHlf.AnKI.PHIA. N'ov. 10. BUTTER
Firm; Uc higher; extra western creamery.
36c; nearby prints, 37c,
ElKtb Firm; Pennaylvanla and other
nearby firsts, free rases, tlt.tiu por case;
current receipts, free caeca, t)0v per
case; western firsts, free cases, I'.i.fiO per
case; current recolpts, free cases, llt.uo
ciikkib firm; m York run rreanai,
fancy, luVatfVso; fair to gocd, 14'J15o,
Liverpool (Irala Market.
LlVKHltJOU Nov. 10. W 1 1 EAT 8 Dot
ateady; No. 2 Manitoba, 7s &4d; No. 1
Manitoba, 7s 7d. Future weak; Decem
ber, 7s lkd: March 7a ld: May, 7a U.d.
CORN Kpot Quiet; Ameriran, mixed, tia
3'id Futures weak; January, 6a 4d
February, 6a 6d.
PEORIA, 111.. Nov. 10-CORN-T.ower
No. 4 while, old, P4; No. 1 yeilow.i old,
jc; rso. yruuw. vm, mw; neir, njc; NO
4 veI!o, ttlc; new, llimM.c;
No. 2 mixed
new, "uSc; No. a mixed,
oATti Kluher; standard,
i; No. j
Mllwaakeo Orala Market.
MILWAUKEE Nov. 10-WHEAT-No
I northern, tl.4ICStttl.uti4; No. 2 northern.
i.vt'iiuu; I'eceuioor. 'c; aiay, II. UUV.
O.V 1 S-fllandard, 4i4,c.
14.VHLK1 :-Maltlug, tl lTllZS.
I'stlsa Market .
NEW YORK, No'. 10.-COTTON Spot
cioseu auu; iniudllng uplsnds, Vitus; nitd
dll- g gulf. Too No i-alea.
4 otton futures closed stea l, Closing
oius: noveiiibvr. site; Deteniber, !3c
January, K.utc; February. .ut0; JLLaii-h,
sliA.-; April, ttuc; May, rMMc; June, SXTc;
July, Jlc; August. .27c; Beptember. t.JUc;
I.IVERPOOU Nov. 10. Ppot, good bu
Ineos done, price 12 points htghe
mtiun iruuuDiig ruir, e i.a; good ml'
unii, 411 ; luludllnK. 6 S6d; low mid
aung, 6.16d; good oidlrary, 6. Old; o
oi ciliary. 4 Kid. The aale of the day
were JU.Ofiu bala. of which 1.5o,. with
siMM-ulation aud exports. Included .6u
Amernaii. liecelpts, lS,tO) bales, all
Oil aad lloala.
SAVANNAH. C.a, Nov. lO-TUKPEN-T1NE
Firm; 4&4iVc; aalea, 33u bids.; re
ceipl, 347 bbl.; ahlpmeiiw, 441 bbla. :
sto.-ks. SK.l bbla.
1-toslN aVIrni; aalea. 1.741 bbls; receipts,
l.Sl.4 bbla; shipments, bl-ls. ; stock,
VI l'.'l bbl. iuotatlons: li, Iu4tl. if,; li
IS lu; K, 1016; K, Ui. Jo! if. ; F, O. tor-vs
4r.4: U. W-r. tt, I, f..23; K. $;; M
uuo. n. tw. w. s ; ri.ii. w. w., t;.o.
niE BEK: OMAHA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Fluctuation! of Prices Uncertain and
BIJraa EXPANDS RAPIDLY
Railroad Storks, Especially Those of
Wratera Greap, Leaders of Market
Darlna; Day Copper Shares
Now YORK, Nov. lO.-Fluctuatlons of
stocks were unrertaln and at times fever
ish today, but the market again exhibited
strength. At the opening the railroad
socks showod substantial gains. The mar
ket soon fell back and some Issues, In
cluding Canadian Pacific, Krle, Missouri
Pacific and Wabash pitrired, Jost 1
to 3 points.
bate In the day buying expanded
rapidly and prices hot upward. The rail
road stocks, eipecially those of the west
ern "rroup, were the leaders of the mar
ket. Trading waa stimulated by tha ac
tion of the new commerce court In stay
ing tha decree of the Interstate Com
merce commission for reduction of Inter
mnuntaJn freight ratea.
In the flurry of the last hour the most
conspicuous part aa taken by Reading
and l.hltih Valley, which were bought so
capcrly that various reports cf extra
dividends were circulated. I-hlgh Valley
roeo to 17.V,. an advance of i points, and
Rending gained 4.
Tha advance of Reading was attributed
In part to a gain of 37 xlnts In Central
Railroad of New Jersey In which It hus
a inrgn Inlt-n-st.
The Industrial took Utile pnrt In the
early advance, but later In the duv (li
veloped strength. Tho copper shures are
especially atrong with an advance of 2
In AmalKAmated Copper.
Ronds weto irregular. Total snles, pnr
v.ilne. $4.o;ti.fo. I inted States bonds were
unchanged on cull.
Number of als and le.iillnir ntinfattnnt
on stocks were as fullowa:
Si lea. ITIti tv, r!na
AlHs-fltsliaer tfd 1HI lit, lit, n a
Amlmsteit Copper ... .IS.UW Su M to'
Ainsrli Aurli ultursl ., 100 r-.l 61 hi
Amarlrta Itt gngar .. l,nl M"4 M'i S4
Amni-aa Can .Hnu 2, UVt llv
Amsrlran V. A F 4,ihi0 Ui ti
Amrl..n Cotton Oil ... l.Joo 44'1 4j"i
American H. A. 1 pfa Hi,
Amsrlisn li- securltlsa. rol K't Kit la
American LlnsMd kk
AmMtn Ix-nmotlr ... 1,7( 37 x, r,
Amsrlon R tT.noo 1i 71'4
American g a It. pM.. u pit lnii
American Hteel Krtra UNI 12U x-o
Ameriran Sugar Rrrinlng. "1 1I7 117 117
Amwrica.ii , -1..., l.fflQ 141!4 14
Amsrlr-aa Tohacro pta... i.kh) m fi ts
Amsrlcan Woolen tMt i 'IS tl tl
Anaconda Mining C'e .. I.") 74 14 37
lnhlon J,ioo lot Km )o'4
Ainhiann ptd put int; im ya
Atlantic Coast l.ln in vm w -s
liaiumor ar. utile . I 1II3Vi l'.'SS
Pallttlhstn Hteel xoo 20 So 1
Hrooklyn Rapid Traoalt.. 4.200 7iu 771, 714
t'anaillaa I'aririe l.ana ti;u 1404; '.
t'entrol tathar ,2io Jt. t jtv
Central Iaathar prd .... n2t w;iv,
('antral ot New Jenny,, l orn 107 ia 3110
4'heaapalt A Obltt. ... 1.(00 7 71 '1 7 Mi
Chicago A Alton in
Chicago Uroat Wsstsra.. l.ino 111 Jo sn',
4 hi, ursat eat. pt4 l.Joo 4D U J91
Chi. A N. W l.too 147 14.1 IMS,
ui., no. at ei. r ig.HW lit 11 niu
r c, ?. at. l n
Colo, fuel A Iron 100 II mi
Colo. 4b Southern 4s'4
('ntolhlated (laa It, Kofi 14ZH 140 14IH
(rrn rroducta i,oug 114 u 1114
Deltoar A Hudson .... 30O 1 la lm Hi
Lxnver A Ills Urand... loo !4'4 u 24
I. A R. (1. pld too to 4s't
Dlstlllera' SMuritlaa .... ' tia) r:it life sow.
Krl I4.8IHI t . 12-4 Siu
Krl lit pfd i.too H' W-w 64',,
Krl id pfd
Uantral Klsntrlo '
nno 164 ir.iv r,4
tlraat oNrth.ra pfd 10,(i0 is 1214 13K
flrislt Northern Or ctfa., 1,10 ' 4f 4314 4314
lIHnols t'sntrsl 911 HIS4 141 UIS4
IntartMrough- Met two 16 I6ii if.u
Inttrnatlonal lUrrcstar .. 4.1tio lit - lltisk lies,
luv-r wruiiKii-aiei. piQ..,, , aou 4R-4 48 4S
Inter. Marin pfd 4u i it us
Intarnatlbnal Paper ...... Xwo lu 10 MS,
inwrnalltual funip ..... I.efto ' ntst 14 84 s
owa ivnirai ..,,.,,... juv la a lg
K. C gouthera iiK) si St)4 to
K. C. Houthars ptd .... luo n to v,s4
LaMads Uaa , 1,0110 lWrVt loi,i lutio.
Wiutavlll ab NaahTllls... I,7n0 HI luo 150 14
Minn, A HI. Laiula too 36 mvi 34
M , Ml. P. A g, It. M. tia) 13H4 134 13SS
M , K. A T l.toO 1.1 IIS 1244
M , K. A T , pfd l.uoo 4714 7s, tji,
Mlaanuri Paollo 4,7lO 4t 40V, 41 S4
National liiarult to 14i its s 140
National Lead 4N 63S1 61 614
N. Hr ot M. M pld..., too U'4 ti .i4
New York Central I.too H01S4 loT, lussfc
N. r. (J.. A VA' l.tou . 41 404 41
Norfolk A Waataru I.loa llikSa limb losta
North American TOO 7.114 1i 7314
Northern laulllo 12,7oo 121 121 14 1:3
Paclflo Mall too 31 31 so'
PaiintrlVani 4, Mo MH 173 123
People's Uaa too In;,-,, lift si ior,V4
I'ltta.. C. t'. A at. L. . MO 64
Pluabunh Coal J , in '4 us Wi
Praaaad IHteel Car 40 311 12. 33S,
i.n....- n.i.- , EU.,
Hallway 8tMl Boring '.. 7iio 3244 .' 'lii "
Reading 136. net) 1U3 U 168S,
Kepuiblo Steal I.4O0 124 31 324
Hepubllo Staol pfd I.too US m M,
Hock Island Co i.hoo tns, n'4 37',
Hock liiand Co. pfd.... J. oho 62-4 63 6lV
St. L. A g. V. id pfd.. 4011 434 4Jl, 424
St. Iioula H. W , i
Hi. Loula 8. W. pfd..., loo 71S4 7Hi 71s
aioaa-Mnartisid R. A I... loo 41 Si 4144 4
Soother, Farlflo. It.6o0 116 lit 114s,
Houthera Hallway 10,400 8014 111-4 33
Fouthern hallwar pfd ., 1.100 73 73 7:"i
Tentiaeate topper t.Too 3314 3i'4 37-t,
Tetaa A Paclflo tot) ths, 26 13
761 . St. I,. A Wen too lt4 It 1H
Ti.l., St. 1, A W, pfd.. MO 41 s, 43 44
t'nloa Ptclfla 163. (him 1744a 1731 173s.
1'nlon Paclflo pfd 300 1 n rjs,
t'nlaxl State Iteslty.,.. 10O tu
I'nlled Slate Uublier.... Il.tmo 4l 4o 4 .'4
I'nlted Sttate Rlael 30. I6-4 tt 44
Pulled State ateel pfd.. 11.104 litis-, ions, J10S4
t tan Capper l.Too 4s, 47V 41
Virginia-Carolina Cham... 1.300 63W 60s, lis.
wanaan I: IX ,
Wahtah pfd 4.300 J t:i4 US
Western Merrland 1,iD es, tss, tts,
Weetlnlhoua Klctrtc... K) '4 MS ' t4
Weetaru I'nlon loo 7 7 Tlsg
Wheeling A Lak Krle.. 600 4S, 414 4
Lshlgh Valley 6t.60d I7s 173j4 17S
Total aalea tor lb day, 1,141. Sua anar.
!er York Moarr Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 10,-MONKY-On
call, steady. iiVu-N per Tent; ruling rate,
2" per cent; closing bids, 3'i per cnt;
offeivd at ii4ii per cent.
TIME I.OANH-S',ffi3'4 per cent and M
duys. 8'iiiJ'a lvr cent; t months, 3'ti:i'i4
PllIMM MEltCANTlLB FAPKIV-I'tji
4 Per cent.
HTKRI J NtJ KXCIIANC.K-Flrm. with
aetual business In bankers' hill at ItXfiS
for slTt-day bills and at $47 fur demand.
COMVIKKCIAI. Ull.l!4-14 h3.
HIVICH-Bar, 66'c; Mexican dollar.
HO.VTiB Government, steady; railroad,
C'lot.ng quotation on bonds today war
V. 8. ta rag ltiosint. M. M. 4',a.... t.s,
do coupon 10iiVJapu 4e ti-4,
d la rag till-, iio 4V. '
do cupon 101, K. C. H lat e..
do a rag lUL. . dels 4. 1M1 .l ,
do rupos HJeu A N. un. 4a..
AlU-Chal. let a.. taej! , K. T lat 44 3
Aa. A. ta 101 14 do n. 4s,a m4
A. T. A T. (.?. 4a. .110', Mo. l'a ltlo 4a 7M
Am. Tobacco 4a ... m,N, It ut at 4'a.. ss
d a 11'4 N. Y. 4-. gen. Il,a. S
Armour A V 4S, :S do deb. 4a M
Atchlaon feu. 4a... tSN. V.. N. M. A 14.
du rr. ta 10 cv i 131
do cv. ( lo N. A W. laa a. 4 SO
At. 4. U Ut ta.. do c 4a IMS,
B A O. 4a , No. I'aclfte 4a H'
ao 3 Ha K'4 a 1 ttt,
d R. W. Is,., toil. Or 8. L. rfd. 4.. Ms,
nr. Tr. ry. 4a IS', Peon. cy. 3', a tlulil K-
i. of 41a ,1a lot u con. ta Iu2
t Sea leather ta.. 7 fteadlng gen 4e Ms,
('. ef N. J. g. U 131 K. t 4 1. F. f. 4 HI
C. A O. 4 s,, 10114 do gou. ta k4
da ret. ( ti', tsx L. s. W. e. ta 7s
v'. A A. is,,.... si, do Irt gold 4a..
f . B A y. jl. 4a. s,(t. A U ta to
do gen. 4a 4go. Pacific cv. ea. V1S4
C. M B P g. Sm i, tl col. 4a H2S,
C . It. I. A P. . ta7S d lat r.1. 4t ... n'
do col - ta ..... tl,go. Itv. ta loa
(Vilo, Ind 6 76 do gen 4a
s olo. Midland 4a.... M l'nM Pacllio 4a.. Ml1,
:. A . rta.tS4llH do t. it pus
Pel. A II. cy. 4a. tns, Ut A r ta 7
U. 4V R. Q. ta.. t"Sl'. S Kubtwr s....t4
do rf. ta V. 9. Steel Id 6. .loss
Dleltllenf ta 7t4 Va. -Car. C. U...liS
Krl pr. lies 4a.... U WahaaS let 6. lit
do gen. e 7s no let and ex. 4a. 64
do cy 4a ear. A. t7s,Weat. Md. ta ;
do ear. H 77s,Sa.i at. ct. ta. 12',
lie. Kl. ir. ta ..1U Wia Cen. ta .',
I. C. let raf. 4a.. Ms Mo. Paclflo ct. la..
ot. Un. t 4a ... TV, Tma 3i Kit
laaaorta ait Saaw VnrL.
Nnv 10 ..imlHiita tif tne.
chaiife'e and dry goods at the port of
New reyrk fur the week ending Nose nber
4, wertV allied at tJ'J. 41 J.i-i.
Imi.uli of o-cIm for tha, rinrt nf V.w
York fothe week ending today were
tijb.zJJ aiilj-r and l-'iiu.ku gold, t.xport
of specie tr th week were liJilui silver
aud -,H 4'd.
l.aAis Btea'k Market.
LONDON. 'v. 10. American aocurt
tl were quik and tsly si sir. rig the
first hour of trarllng today, Prices ruled
from V to 14 above yesterday a close.
Cnnaols, money. ... 7i4 to'a.l!a A N W4
do arcntmt Tt M , K. A T Jl"i
Amal. r'opper Ill N. Y Onti-al Ill
Anaconda 7S Norfolk A W II!
At hlron 110' do prd tl
do ptd 107 Ontario A 43
naltlmor A Ohio. .10 . speniiaTlranla J1
Canadian Pacific. .. 247'4 Itand alia S
hesapcak A O .... 7 Heart IH 77
Chic.,,, (J. W tO floillliern Hr t
Chi., Mil. A fit. P.llf-H do pM 74 si
tx rtMra l",nollim Pacific. .. .1 17H
Denrar A Itlo O .. i: Union Pacific 177 '4
do pfd Ms, do pM 14 4
Krl a H4 V. . StMl 4Si
do lat pfd M-4 'to Ptd 11
do Id prd 4slWahah llv.
Grand Trunk it d pfd U
llllnol 1 'antral 144
FII.VTR Rar, steady at 2S"4d per O.
MONtr-lVn2 per cnt.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is PtM'i per cent; for
three months' bills, 3Wij3 per cent,
REPORT OF CLI;ARlfO IIOISE
NEW YO.vK, "Nov. 10-t-BrndstreeC
bank clearing report for the week end
ing November show an aggregate of
l3.13t.B4n.4mO os against 18.2!)7.6M.0k last
week and l-l.HTu.Wl.OuO In the correspond
ing week last year. The following Is a
list of the cities:
Amount I Inc. Dec
New I Means
Washington, D. C.
Rt. Joseph ,
71. fir? tio
li. 445.01 H
IS H72 0UOI
is Sim 0110
Halt I .eke Cltv
Ui and Hitplds
Wheeling, W. Va..
Charleston, B. C...
a r.i ji dm
8. 187. 01
8 IhR 0 X1
i.979 ( Kl
H ima f!
t eilar Haplda, la..
Sioux Palls, 8. D..
Columbia, 8. C
Fat-go N. D
South Pend, Ind...
r l?s MV)
1.148 01 10
1 871 itTil!
t -2 o n
Not Included In tnll. h.,a...A .. i
Ing other Items than clearings.
Hoaloa k'locL Market.
BOSTON, Nov. 10.-CloHlnrr quotations
on tha the Stock rxchnnge:
Aloue r.l' Mohawk
Amal. Copper IUi4 Nevada t"on ,
A. .. L. A 8 4'4Nlpl.alnl Mluee
H. t. c. A . M. 6 Norm butt ..
Putt Coalition .... KS North Lea ..
lal. A Arta 61st Old Dominion .,
('I. A Heel iM Oaceola
V Superior ..
'SI. 8 . H.
(Nipper Hang Con,
Ka.t Dull t.op...
Oi-anbr (. -
Green t'ananea ...
ti'op ) its do pfd ...
V Salle tapper
. 4S YVoivarla
Nrw York Mlalsg 8tckg,
N KV OniC. Nov. 10.-4"losln; quota
tions on mining stocks were: -
Alice 16 Utile ttiiaf I
m. Tsin. tk... 33 Heilran 344)
do bonda 17 Ontario 100
on. (al. A Va.... 7". Ophlr - im
Iron Bllver 100 e.-4tandarl 100
Lead ('on 10 Tallow Jacket 70
NKVV YORK. Nov. 10. COFFER Fu
turca opened barely steady at unchanged
prices to a de'lliie of li points under con
tinuation of yesterday's selling movement,
which was encnuraKed by lower French
cable and reports that llraxll shippers
rm siioning more wtuingneHs to sell aa
it result nf accumulating ttocka at pri
mary points, offerings were not aggres
sive, and being very Well absorbed
around tho Initial prices by covering the
tiado buying, the nunket develoud a
steadier tone, purticularlv on the late
months which sold vseil above the closing
figures of yestetday following private
i-miiea irom 1 wail 1 preslls-Iing a falling
off In the movement from the lnterl.r-
The closo was steady, net 1 points loner
to v poinis tiimiei. t-ales, 7S.000 bona; No
vember, 14.43c; l.-ember, )4.8;ic; Jiuiuary,
is.llc; February. KIHOc; March, is.'juv
April 1S.5oc; May. 13 62c: June. 13.61c; July
and August, 13.49c; September and Oc
Hus re waa 12 to 124 franca loaer early
but rallied closing at a net decline of 44
'ranc. Hamburg waa net unchanged
Rio was tinchitoKed at !!Ji; Hantoa. un
changed. 4s. itllOu; 7s, MoA. Uei-elpt a.t
tho two Hraxilian ports 61.W.4) baga
aaainst 4'i.Oni baaa last ear. Jundiahy
receipts 40,000 bass against lt.000 last year.
Today's tpeclal Santos cable reports 4s
loO rels losver this mornine and Kao Jaulo
receipts 4S,'A0 laga agalnat 6J.0tj yeater
day. line weather was reported In all
districts of tsao Paulo except for rain in
Campania. New York warehouse deliver
lea esterday were 19,964 bags agalnat 13..
r-TP last year.
Hpot oiffoe, tiulot: Hlo No. 7. 7.16"4
lo"c; Bants. No. 4. lac; mild coffee,
dull; Cordova, lbVtijjlC-o, nominal.
Dry Gooda Market.
new YoitK. Nov. lo.-nnY aoofrs
Jobbing rl.alers were reported on small
salt of brown cotton and print cloth
sain gooda. Trading In all challena Is
light for th ttin being. Th local wool
market w-ua steady, l aru markets ar
easy and quiet.
NKW YOHK Nov. 1.-S!QAR- Ra w,
; muscovailo, M teet, 4Se; cvntrlfu
gal 94 test. 4 Uc; ItioUaes, J t .-(, 4j,c.
OMAHA IIYESIOCK MARKET
Cattle EeceipU Very Lig;ht, with
Prices Generally Steady.
HOGS FIVE TO TEN HIGHER
Only m Few Sheep aad Vrnmhrn l
Right, While Killers Are Tea
Cent Higher aad Feed
SOUTH OMAHA, Nov. 10, 1D1L
Recalnfs were r- in. tine, itha.a
Official Monday. 10.W4 2.i4T 36.016
Official Tuesday 8.1'is 4.2B1 31,4.t.
Official Wailnaaitav O I IYJ cw.i 91 hoi
Official Thursday. ili'l t.iU
t-ilimate irlday 43XO 4.300 1,600
Five day this week. .30,410 ?S,089 97.670
Same days last week. .28 .eW'i ". M rXfi) 126.872
Bams day 1 w'ks ago..3S.l 2tl.l3 155.1)8
Maine day 3 w'kt ago.. 80 i3 21.811 170.708
tfame days 4 w'k ao..31.67 23,218 167,319
The following tabie afeow the receipt
pf cattle, hogs and hep at South Omaha
for the year to date. A compared with
list yean 1911 hid. Inc. IJic
t'al" 1.031.606 1,072,80 41,801
2,04i.8l4 1.1171,40 371,44
Bheep 2.71II.3X 1.871.485 4Z 840
The following table shows th average
price paid for hoks at Boutb omaha for
th last few days, with comparison.
Pat. 1911. mO.ll.lOB.lflO7.190.!l.
8 0C 4 14
g ioi 4 yi
8 071 4 87
I 4 88
6 3 .-
Nov. 8 .
6 71 6 6 o 4 8 '
"8 J4sa T BOI
U 1 3.
4 901 6 W
6 08 i 8 021
4 7o 6 Vl
I l-"a 7 l 11
I 8 21 j 1 J
4 8! 6 OS
Receipts and disposition ct live stock
at the l.nlon Stock yards. Mouth Omnhn,
Neb., for twenty-four hours ending at 2
C... M. &. St. P 1 ..
Missouri 1'aciflc 1
Union racific a i.i a
C. & N. W., east 8
t". A N, . W.. west 3 19 2
C, ft. P., M. & 0 16..
C, B. & Q., east 2 ..
C B. & o.. west 18 1S d
O., R. 1. & P., east 2 1..
v., R. I. A P., west 2
Illinois Central a
Chicago Great Western 1
crips and driven In 2t) 64 9
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co 1$ 812 6t7
Bwilt AV Co 183 13 S23
Cuaahy Packing Co.... 2a8 l.yw 202
Armour & Co 18 1,834 asi
Om. Pkg. Co., lienver.. W
Benton, Vans. fc l.uh 3
J. H. Root Co 42
U Wolf u
Wo. & Kan-Cal. Co 3
Other buyer 141J 1,081)
Totals 8io 4.232 2.6G3
CATTLK Cattle receipts were very
light touay, only twenty-three cara being
reported in. Tula, however, brought the
total receipts up to 8o,41o head lor tha
week to date. 1 his I considerably larger
mart last week a run und larger than a
ytar ago by over 10,000 head.
With ao few cattl on aale there was
rcauy nothing to make a market or to
interest buyers. As usual on a Friday
tne trade could oniy be described aa a
slow, steady market.'
For tha week - half fat nr - warmed-un
oornfed cattie are decidedly lower, la
fact, . aa much aa.ouo lower tnau ten
day .ago. in is dooline ha been dua to
tne .-ige receipt ot that Kind of cattle,
btrictiy good cornfed . cattle have not
mown much change, as they ar vary
cow and heifer for tha week are
steady to possibly a little lower on some
the less desirable kinds.
Oood feeders nava held 'about steady
tor the week, but tha feeling toward the
:Iob l a little easier on tha interior
: quotations on. native cattle: Good to
SUU11.U ueti gleets, 4i.vu,.,u; fair to good
eter . steals, lo.ousav6.16; common to fair
beef steers, 14.40tiu.wi; good to choice hell
ers, 4,HArjt.8u; good to choice cows, ti.tVg
.8u; lair to good Row and heifers, 13.7'
j.4.2d; common to talr cows and heifers,
J.73.ii; veal caives, 13.jtxtvt.6v'.
Quotations on range cattle: Good to
choice beef steers, ta.i5fri.2a; fair to good
ue( sleeis, .yos,.ia; coiuibou to lair
ue Hieura, H.vmb.tj0:, good to choice heif
ers, H 4t"it.li; good to cnoice cows, )4.3"k
f.'jo; talr to good cow aud belters, u.7,i
Lab; good to cholco stuckery aim feeders,
4.o'uo.iH); fair to good stocacr and fed-4.1s.-
i.ki&4.so; cuminon to-lair stockurs
and feeders, 14.40dpt.6; siock noifera, U-ti
Ui ib. buns, stags, etc.. 4).aV'H-U -
tih.Hb hi HERS.
At. Pr. N. A. Fr.
.Ill 40 .
m 1 Me 4i
CO 1 M0 1 M
1 81 4 60 1 170 T (4)
'.. 04) 1 US Tr)
1 120 1 00 1 lo J a
bTUCKEKii AND FEEDERS.
1 440 4 34
nosx me market for hogs continued
in Its upward course, opening MJloc higher
and closing at the full dime advance, itt
va an active session and ended tiuk-Wly,
the demand coming almost wholly fioin
local packing concerns. Light receipts
were partly responsible for improvement,
and seller were alio aided In tueir ef 01 is
vo boost th trade by favorable advlcss
uDin eastern point.
aujjpiit-s amuuiited. to -something like
Ixty-flve loads, mostly butcher and laid
grade, aod of this eatlmat. shippers und
speculator purchased less than 10 per
cent. The yard wart practically cleared
of total ofreilng within an hour or so
after trading actually started.
Prlca paid for heavy kinds of hogs
I ho wed the usual premiums over bacon
and underweight stuff, long strings rang
ing from u lo.k.i. Tha beat mid an
imal 0:1 sale reached 1A.27S4, as compared
vslth yesterday's big bunch of tops at
HSW. " .
It . ..
to I t!
4) I tl',
40 I Is
w 1 :s
... 1 it
vat 1 It
... I -I
HO t ti
tt Ir4l t It
... t 11
40 4 U
... t II
M I 17S,
... I lis
IN I 17s
40 I p)
31 4 0
tl) t to
to I to
UM I to
Ito I id
.301 II) 1.
il 40 li .4
1K 4 33
I 77 '
tai I So
..lit 10 I 10
17 !0 I 33 SI
It M ... I 1 11.
.101 ... I M
it u ... ;i
SHEEP Scant offerings of sheep and
lamb had a stimulating effect upon de
mand and price scored more or leas
Improvement, big bulk of tat stock sell
ing on a dime higher basis. Receipts
amounted to only 2,( head, making a
five day a total of W.UlO head, th amull
est since th early part ot the rang
season. Fat ahd fed claa-sea mad up the
big end of aupply. producing a feeder
trade that waa hardly laige enough to b
rt cognised. -
Th beat weitcrn lamba on aale, com
ing In from a two liionina feeding term,
brought to. 7i and a bum-h ot fed na
tive that wero loppy changed bands at
16 00. thorn . lamba acted well at 16.CO,
but tie markut for this kind of atock la
a rather uncertain affair. Fat wethers
that landed at H-M )sterday found a
buyer at W 40 and fed native ewtsi tupped
at 13 ", with westerns tip as high aa 13.J6.
't rading bad plenty of life auid the inarkst
was svsrpt clean befor 8 30 o'clock.
l'cesder ahosted 110 quotable change
from a tits iss point, as Ji'iy Jiigsiid
too meager to afford anvthlnn like a fair
test ot values. Current rales are the
cheapest of the season, however, and
lsck of Variety stands its the only re
straining argument in buying circles. The
week la closing with everything In sec
ond hands and there Is practically nothing
being held In speculators' pens. Feeder
lambs are moving from 14. ut) downward,
whllo leeder ewes have to be attractive
In order to got a 82.50 Md. Trashy ewes
around ll.lS1il.00 have been clearing a
cannera on packing orders that were not
very particular. Four days' purchase of
feeders on country account amounts to
During the week range marketing had
dwindling volume, but the deficiency was
partly offset by the appearanco ot more
or less fed ana warmed-up stock. Trend
to values was easier on most days and
most varieties ore closing lower. Fat
lambs, fiseder Innibs and feiler we show
net losses of about a quarter, while fat
ewes, wethers and yearlings average up
little. If any, lower than a week ago.
Uuotutions on sheep and lambs: I.ambs,
good to choice, 15.4tSi.76; lambs, fair to
good, 15.lSta5.40; lambs, feeders. H 25ui'4.60;
yearlings, good to choice, 13.6034.26; year
lings, feeders. $..24j3.K5; wethers, good to
choice, 13.40(33.86; wethers, fair to pood,
!3.14i3.40; wethers, feeders, I2.90jt3.26;
ewes, good to choice, 13.0tt21.3o; ewes,
fair to good, t2.tS6tro.00; ewes, breeders.
13.3633.75; ewes, feeders, 12.0tX('2.7o; ewe,
No. av. Pr.
409 Wyoming yearlings, fdr... 70 3 75
83 So. Dak. ylgs., weths., fdr. 72 8 85
3t2 South Dakota lambs, fdr. 63 4 35
130 fiouth Dakota lambs, Id re. 63 3 85
14 South Dakota ewes, fdrs.... 72 3 00
CHICAGO LI VI STOCK MARKET
Demand for Cattle and Sheep Steady
CHICAGO, Nov. 10. CAT IDE Receipts,
1,600 head. Market slow and steady;
beeves, 14.6.S33D.10; Texas steers. Jt.OOfeti.rio;
western steers 14.3yfl77.25; stocker and
feeders, l3.0(W5,'fiO; cows and heifers, 32.0UJ
6.00; caJvcs, 15.60il8.60.
HOUS-Receipts, in. 000 head. Market ES
10c higher than yesterday's averages;
light, 4V.-70fu6.42V4; mixed. 16.90ii8.57'i-,
heavy, 3.1. Wiiii. 55; rouRh, lo.903fl.lli; Kood to
choice heavy, liVl." s.&5; pig, 3.75&5.S"i;
bulk of sales, tu.15fi6.4S.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 8.000
head. MarKet ateady; native 12.50(53.80;
western, !2.!5t33.0; yearling. !3.7V(f4.40.
i.aniba: Native. 33.70it6.30: western. !3.7o&
Kansas Cltr lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT. Nov. 10,-CATTTE
Receipts, 1,600 head. Including 600 head
southerns: market steady; dressed beef
and export steers, !6.60ii;9.00; fair to good,
15J5S4I.60: western stcors. 14.tWi7.60:
Mockers and fenders, ISo'ifO.TS: southern
steers, 14.004j"6.25; southern cows, 12.76Tjp
4.60; native cows, 12.76S5.26; native heif
ers, It.oflrjjI.OO; bulls, 13.2&34.65; calves,
HOtlS Receipts. 8.D00 head: market.
steady to 61il0o hlpher; btf.k of sales, 16.00
918.40; neavy, 88.80frjiti.4u; packers and
butchers. t!V.iiMt: litrhrw. 35.6W6.30:
SHEEP AND I.AMBS ReoelDts. S.000
head: market steady to lOo higher: iambs.
14.?.V(i5.85; yearlings, 33.75rg4.60; wethers,
13.254.00; ewes. 12.7&ti3.tK); stocker and
feeders, t2.0CKy 3.75.
St. I.onl Live Stork Market.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 10 CATTLE RecelDta.
1,300 head, including 300 head Texans;
market, strong to lOo higher; native
shipping and export steers. !750tfrtt.OO:
dressed and butcher steers, 15.0017.50;
steers under l,0o0 lbs., 14.00&8.00; stock
er and feeders, 13.006.00; cows and
heifers, 13.0Wov7.00; caners, ll.00ifr3.00; bulls,
13.755.25; calves 14 0008.50; Texas and
Indian Kteein, !f0oy7.X); cow and heat
HOUii Kacalpta, 6.700 head: market.
strong; 10(15o higher: pigs and lights.
14504J43.40; iiackers, 16.00S8 4O; butcher and
Desi neavy, .iiiia.t)0.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Recelpta, 800
head; market atrong; native mutton,
13.00tfT3.60; lamb. 14.266.86; oulla and
bucks, 11.253.00; stocker. 11.25&-3.2S.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
(CT- lfSQL-DU ST.. 4A niiPT n T
celpts, 300 head. Market steady., steers.
4.wfs.2&; cows and heifer, 13.00a7.00;
HOGS Receipts, 4.700 head. Market
10c higher: top, 30.45: bulk of sale. !6.10(3
SHEEP AND LA MRS Receipt 300
head. Markot steady; lambs, 36.006.76.
Stock la Sight.
Receipt of live stock at tha five nrln.
clpal market yesterday:
aCttle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 600 4.300 1,801)
St. oJaeph SoO 4,700 300
Kansas City 1,600 8,600 3,000
Pt. Loul 1,300 5,70-J 800
Chicago 1,500 18,000 8,000
Total .............. 6,200 41,200 13,900
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
CHEESE Imported Swiss, trie; Ameri
can Swiss, 22c; block Swiss, 18o; twins,
17c; dalitles, 17c; triplets, 1710; young
America, 18c; blue label brick, 17 He; llm
berger, 2-lb., 18c; limberger, 1-lb., 10c.
UUTTEK No. 1, 1-lb. carton, 34c; No. L
In 60-lb. tubs, 34c; No. 2, S.'c; packing, 20c,
POULTRY Hrollers, 18o; spring. 12o;
hens, 12c; cocks, 10c; ducks, 18c; geese,
16c; turkeys, 2c; pigeons, per doz.. 11.59.
Alive, broiler, u; hens, 8sic; old
rooster and stags, 6c; old ducas, full
feathered, lis; geese, full feathered, loc;
turkeys, lac; gulnt-a fowls, 15a each;
pigeons, per doa., 75o; homers, per do.,
12.60; sauabs, No. 1, 11.60; No. 2, foe.
KI6H Pickernl. 11c; white, 13'lbc; pike.
15c; trout, 11 Uc; iaige crapplcut, lii8c;
Hpanlt.li mackerel, 19c; eel, 6c; haddocks,
15c; flouiiuurs, 13c; green oatllsh, lJ0l5c;
loa ilnsd, 11.141 each; ahad roe. per pair.
60c; feulmon, 18c; halibut, lll3c; yellow
perch, 8c; buffalo, 8c; bullheads, lie.
POULTAV Ilroilera, ISc. springs, lid;
nuns, 12c; cooks, 9c; ducks, 18c; geese,
15c; turkays. Mc; piteous, per dos, 11.5J.
Alive, broilers, l'ic; hens, 9c; oil
roosters and stags, uc; old ducks, full
feathered, lie; geese, full fetahered, 10c;
turkeys, lac; guinea fowls, ko each;
pigeons, por dos., 75c; homers, per dua.,
12.ixi; asiuabn. No. 1. 11.50; No. 2, 60c.
tttet Cut Prices tabs: No. 1, las:; No.
2, 12c; No. 3, 8siC Loins: No. 1, 19V.c:
No. 2. 13',jCi-No. 3. -e. Chucks: No. 1,
TVict No. 2, -Dke; No. 3, I'Ao. Rounds: No.
1, 11c; No. 2, bc; No. 3, 8vc. Piatea: No.
I, tks; No. 2, 4-o; No. 3, 4'.c.
FRUITS, ETC. Apples: Cooking varle
ties, per bbl., 12.5; Jonathan, per bbbl..
M.t; lien Davis, per bbl., 12.50; California
lielluflower, .fier box, 11.35; Colorado Jon
athun, extra fancy, per box, 2.2o; Waso.
i.igton Upltzenberg, per box, J.5v; Wash."
lugton Red Ueauty, pur box. 12.50; Waah
Ington Utaman Wlneaapa, per box, 12.50.
bananas: Fancy select, per buncli, 12.25
i2.U); Jumbo,- per bunch. 2.7at3 ii.
Cranberries. Wisoonsln fancy, per bbl.,
!.); per box, IJ.00. Dates: Anchor
brand, new. 30 1-lb. pkga. in boxes, per
box, 12.25. Figs: California, per case of
U 12-os. pkgs.. l5c; per case of 5 12-01.
pkgs., 12 isi; per case of 50 6-oz. plij.i.,
tJ.Usi; Ney Turkish, 6-crosvn in 2o-lb.
boxes, per lb., 15c; e-crown in 20-lb. boxes,
pt;r lb., 10c; 7-crosvn in iSHU. boxc. pr
lb., 17c. Grapes: California Tokay. pr
4-bsk. crate, 11.26; Alaiagu til a its, 1 11
bbla, f5.5t4C.lk). LeiiKnia: iimoneira
brand, extra fancy, ouo-dou alzos, per box,
t.75; Loma l.lmoneira. fancy, SoO-Mt)
size, per box, lo w; 240 and 42u aizes, 600
per box less. ' Oranges: Niagara Red
lands Valencias, 9ti-i2i site, ptr box.
o.2i, 150-1i6-2uO-216-2jO aize. per box. 15-5i.
Practical Caiiioiiua and Colorado, per
box. HO. I'tars: California Duchc.
U. Hardy and 44, Clarlgeau, per 5v-iu.
box, 13.00; Lawrence, per box. $3.00.
. EJ ETA liLLS beans: string and
wax, per mkt. bak., ll.O.-fi 1 .15. Cahbat;:
Wisconsin, per lb., Iv4.jll.sc. Celery:
Michigan, per doz., 35c; Coluiado Jumbu,
per dux., 80c. Cucurnbcis: iiut liuuae,
per dox., 12.00. KKg Plant: Fancy
Florid, per do., tl.ts). Gallic: Extra
lancy, white, per lb., lie. Lettuce: Ex
tia lancy leaf, per doz., 4uc. Onion:
California, white, per lb., 2c; WiaLonsin,
yellow aUd-rd, 111 snsks. per lb.. 21c;
Bpunlah. psr ciate, 11. 5. Parsley: Faucy
home grown, per dux. bunches, 45c. Pu
iatos: Minnesota Early Ohio, per bu.,
II. viu; vVicunaiu whit stock, per bu..
vsic; In lu-back lots, 5c less. Sweet Po
tatoes: irainia. per bbl.. 13.60; per bu.
bk., 1135. l:uiabaaa: In sacks, per lu.,
IV4C Tomaloe: Cauloinia, ptr tiiu.
MISCELIANEOUS Almonds: Tarra
gona, per lb., lk'ic; In rack lots, lc less.
Ui-axil Nuts: Per lb.. 14c; In racK loia,
lo less. Cocoanuta: Per Hack. lUX Fit
Leits: I'ri ib., lie; In aack lota, lo 1.
I canuU. l'.oMsd, per lb, ic; law, per
lb., 7sc. Pecan: Large, per lb , luc; in
sack lots, lo less. Walnuts: New crop,
isll, Callfoin.a, per lb, U-.c; in aasx
lota, la less. .lder: New Neluiwka. i-r
15-gaL V bbl., Uvi; pur M-gal. bbl., i'M,
New York Alott s, per 15-gaL V bbl..
per 3v-fcl. bui.. 4i ). Honey: New. 24
fianua. J Id iviaut: Per 12-(ai. ken.
t-.u. Is: ii-j:al ki II M .. .
DUN'S REVIEW OF- TRADE
Conservative Expansion in Trsuta
COmTENCE ONLY KECESSAEY
Statlatlra of riutroai Prodactlon s4
Steel Order Dnrlag Octotier
Testify to More Sattafao
lory Condition. '
NICW YORK, Nov. 10. R. a. Dun A
Co.'a Weekly P.ovlew of Trad tomorrow
Records of both bank clearings and
railroad earnings rofiecl the recent con
seivatlve expansion In trade activity due
to rrfore spirited buying to replenish
stocks that became depleted through long
hesitancy. There is improvement in th
financial situation at home, while foreign
conditions have been materially helped
nv the screen-ient In tho Morocco dis
pute, though th Tripoli and Chines
complications still remain.
The situation both In Europe and the
I nlted States only needs that eterngth
enlng of confidence which opens great
storee of capital to big undertaking to
bring about a notablo advance move
ment. The timidity born nf uncertainty
has been the .chief underlying cause o,
tha retarded business enterprise.
Statistic of pig iron production and
steel order during October tesUfy to th
more satisfactory cond ik-ns in the Iron
trado.l Orders for rails for 1&12 delivery,
which havo been long deferred, are novr
fast appearing, recent contracts amount- '
lng to about 100,000 tons.
Pittsburgh reports some Increase In
contracting for 1012, but current buslnoesi
1 still ouet. Small lots nf billets end
sheet bars nro changing hands on the
basis of 119 for open hearth and 130 for
Bessemer. Rteel bats are weak- and In
ducements are being offered for desirable
business. Wire goods and cut wire nail
are quoted at 11.65 and plain wire at 31.35,
Moderate orders fur cotton goods are H
coming forward dully, but hesitancy Is)
rioted In tho plncinur of any KubFtan'lal
business. Lower prices nre stimulating?
orders on print cloths and convertibles.
Pi1nters havo sold more goods than they
have produced In the last four month
and are running well on percales and,
miscellaneous etaple. Duck mill have
a good buRlreiss on hose and bejtlns;
qualities nnrt more trade Is coming for
ward on wide cloths. Exports of demes
nes nre substantially ahead of a year
ago for the corresponding period of the
year. Jobbers are doing a moderate
trade. A much bettor business Is being
offered In woolens and worsteds and ad
vance orders aro now ahead of a year
ago. Yarn orders come forward In small
lots and users are not anticipating mora
thRn a few weeks ahead.
Business In footwear Is fairly aatlsfac
tory and Improvement Is noted aa the
season advances. .
Leather Is less acttve, but there have:
been heavy sales of hides with firm
DBADSTllEKT'J TRADE) REVIEW
Financial and Commercial Sentiment
Has Ueeome Better.
NEW YORK. Nov. 10.-Bradstreefa to
morrow will say:
Changes in trade currents are not espe
cially marked, tho turn over, on the
whole, save principally at the south, be
ing of a fair to good substantial char
acter, not for atocking up purpoaes en
tirely, but rather for near futures dis
tribution. Dut what probably is more
significant sentiment, financial and com
mercial, the latter perhaps to a leaser
extent than the former, has become un
deniably bettor. This development can
pe traced to the Improved tenor of thing
In the stock market, to the recognition
of the plain fact that stocks In moat
lines of merchandise are very light, that
abstention from normal buying can
hardly continue Indefinitely, that busi
ness Is much better than it waa at this
time last year and because It is apparent
that remodeling of so-called trust will
not work the severe hardship antici
pated. Jobber report a fairly good fill
ing In business which tltey think will
display a rather steady gain throughout
the winter, thanks to light retailers'
stocks ' and the sparing way In which
purchases have been made.
A a general rule business on spring;
account is coming out rather slowly.
Cotton goods are still affected by the
belief of buyers that the price situation
la not a steady one, amTs'hey are careful
about making large future commitments.
Staple dreas goods, as well as heavy knit
goods, are in request, though buyers of
the latter grudgingly pay the prices
asked. Incidentally there is a shortage
of help in some New Kngland worsted
and yarn mills. Manufacturers of steel
bars, structural material and shapes, see
ing the poor side of the cost line, are
seemingly resisting low prices.
business failures In the United States
for the week ending November 9 were
237. against 247 last week, 207 1n the like
week of 11)10, 21 In 1D09, 67 In 1308 and 253
In 1907. I
Business - failures In Canada for tha
week number thlrty,-two, which compare
with sixteen last week and thirty-one In
the like week lost year.
WTieat, Including flour, exports from
the United States and Canada for tha
week ending November 9. aggregate 8,326,
812 bushels, against 4.668,500 bushel last
week and 3.060,123 bushels this week last
year. For the nineteen weeks ending No
vember 0 exports are 68.33,611 bushel
against S$,3S5,6S3 bushels In the corre
spondlng period last year.
Corn exports for the week are 278,603
bushels, against 328.813 bushels last week;
and 853.680 bushels in 1910. For the trine
teen weeks ending November 9. corn ex
rwrte are 10,630,420 bushels, against 7,032,
094 last year.
KEW YORK, Nov. 10. METALS
Standard copper, firm; spot and futures,
112.25(1-12.60. Loudon market firm; spot,
LM 15s; futures, 67 10s. Isike copper,
locally, 1122Vi.n,12,75; elet;trolytlo, 112.63'i
$112.75; canting, 112.2.V12.M. Tin, quiet;
spot and futures, 141.50tftHl2.00. London
market dull; spot, 1M) los; futures,
10s. Lead, dull; 14.K-a-i.S0, New York;
14. 10(14.15, Fust Kt. Louis. London market
quoted at 15 17s 6d. fepelter, dull; i6.KiJ
ti.50. New York; lii.HVfftl.40, Fast tit. Louis.
London market quoted at 15s. Anti
mony, Cookson'a, 18.00f!i.l2ss. Iron,
Cleveland warrants, 47s In London. Lo
cally, quiet; No. 1 foundry, northern,
15.C3,15.25; No. 2, 114.76.'i'15.00; No. 1
southern and No. i southern, soft, S15.00(f
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 10. JMETALS Lead,
wtaker, H12Wii.ij. Spelter. tro-j;. IG.ai,
6T. IXH'If. Nov. 10. WOOL Un
changed; territory and wetern mediums.
li;Vu2tic; fine mediums, ldlSc; fine,
NEW YORK, Nov. 10. COFFKW-RIo
No. 7. 15V- Future closed toady; De
cember, 11.39c; Murch, lil.tic.
Taf t Declines toTalk
of Votes for Women
NASHVILLE, Tenn, Tfov. 10. A pica
that President Taft say a word "for the
women" while ho was asking support of
tho people for his peace treaties wot
without result here last night, for Mr.
Taft Ignored the letter piissed Into hi
hands until after ho had completed his
The suffrage movement recently In
vaded Nashville and a great crowd also
wanted to get hla Idea of the vote for
The president left early today for
One Hunter Killed,
Another is Wounded
DCLL'TII, Minn.. Nov. lii.-John r.o.j.
rark of Deer River, Minn., was liirtant.y
killed and hla coin;.anion, Chi'.c Ll.i
dahl. danserously wounded while hunting
at Low String lake, tne.'v ir.Uc from
Deer River today. Thy .had Killed tv
moot and wero drewtiliig It when filed
on ty a party of urJdcutifled kuntei
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