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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. JANUARY' 11, 1912.
RAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Bearish -Attacks Continue Despit
CORN TBJLDE EXPECTS DECLINE
Drop 1m V aleea May Camt aa the
rait af a Hack Heavier
alavesarat tram the
OMAI1A. Jan. 10. 191t
The bearish attack on the wheat mar
ket oontlnucu aitaui today disregarding
the bullion loreiKn news and the b.g ro
duction in the estimates on the Argen
tine surplus and tliu very important con
sideration ul tue improved cash demand
at ail domestic market. Should the
lance local stocks Le reduced matenaiiy
from now on the buying ride will be j
lavored. , , i
The trade In corn Is stil' expecting a
further decline In values as a result of
a much larger movement which snouiu
commence now It the weather moderates.
tah people report much more uocrai
purchases In the country.
Wheat was decidedly weak, the eelling
rontinued the greater part of the day and
cash wheat slumped off feftlc.
The strength In cash corn was the sus
taining power In the corn market, sanip.es
se Unit higher loua. ,m
Primary wheat receipts ' 2-.L"J
btuhcla and shipments were Si..! bush
els, asalnst re.eii.ts last year of
bushels and shipments of 1j.w bushels.
I'rimary corn receipts were M.aj bush
els and ahlpnients were &. bushels,
against rec.ipts last year of 7tV bush
els and stiipments of 0T7.K bushels.
Clearances were .Utt bushels of corn,
7H bushels of oats and wheat and
flour equal to IwJUu bushels.
IJverpuol closed :d to Id lower on
whral and 4d to 'id lower on corn.
The following cash sales were rewrted:
WhseL Na. 2 hard, 2 cars, SUM; 1 1 car.
.!; No- ' hard. 3 cars. H.so1. Corn:
.No. 4 white, I cars. Wc; No. 4 color. 1
ear. Mtc; No i yellow, I can. o.lV,e:
1 cars. sic; No. 4 yellow, I cars. rsc: 2
care, H-V; a cars. fc; 4 cars. to;
No 4 mixed, 1 car (choice), 41V; 5
tlaaaha Task Priree.
"ft UBAT-No. 2 hard. tl-W0LSi: No 3
hard W-sXl ttJS; No- 4 hard. e-actjIlOWi.
IHRN-No. - white. 0l61iic; No.
white, at-HM-V: No. 1 color, sV&sl'tC.;
No. I yel.uv.. H.t.siiic; No, 4 yellow. 5a
(: No. 3, eVrtl1sc: No. 4. rSIe.
OATa-No 2 white, 47H4M7-: atandsrd.
47'lMirtc. No. 2 white, 4;1.H7'4c; No. I
white, 4;4;Ue: No. 2 yellow. 4"61C'
No. 4 yellow, 4"4'te4c.
HARI.KT-Maltlng, IIM1.M; No. !
feed, aou'eV-; heavy feed, 56cyitl HI.
KTE-No. 2. 0ci No. 2, toastc.
chi. sgo ro a S2
Omaha r 4 J" 4
CHICAGO RA1M AND lRa ISH
realsres at tha Traalac aad losing
Prkws Beard of Trade.
ClIlCAiMi, Jan. Wi-lleportB tliat he
Interstate Commerce commission had de
cided to refuse permission for reduced
freight rates from the Canadian north
west bellied rally the wheat market to
day after a de-'llne due to better weather
la Argentina. Closing figures were firm,
a shade lower to 'so to VtUvc up, oats
unchanged to So advance and hog
products varying 4a each way from yes
terday. The wheat market was depressed,
largely aa a result of Improving harvest
conditions In Argentina. The last half
hour brought hack a comparative return
of strength. May fluctuated from VV'
to U tWa. with last sales I.MtlUVHj. a
net loss of a shade,
gneculatore were the nest buyer of
corn. May ranged between MM4Se and
o4tc closing at the first named figures,
a net gain of c. Cash gradea were
steady. No. I yellow waa not qouted.
Itellef that feeders were using oats In
preference to corn because of the relative
cheapness led to considerable covering
In the former cereal. May ranged from
So to 4na0 and closed at 4Wa, a use
of iio net. , .
provlstona held steady. At the and nf
the day priors had not been made easier
lo auy material extent.
The leading tututes rang aa follows:
Artie H open, i nigh. I Low. Close. If say.
Wheat! I I
May.il tWeM 1 .
.tpt. WWI aS'ti
Corn. I I I
I , I
Jan..) t I t'l
Oats I I I
JsiiJ 4."al 4S
July.l S 46 I
sielot.l Wei 4W
tr I 1 .1
- 1 T T M 1 IK !
I I I I On W N
14 ffittl Kty 1 nSlllUe-iS
I I 1
arr'.l m,i 27Sl 2241 tm.
u.. i nm to pilosis azm woi.
July. 4i-m . sV7lll Uvste
nept. 7:v,i nsi inw ni
Jan.. M ! I I IKS:-
May.l l inw in i "-a
July. I S, tM-S l)-2 71.
t' -.K ,(li,tfmtlons were aa follows:
KlAll'ri aieady; winter patenta, B.TOtf
4g: winter straights issvrst ss; spring
ualants. WAilA. spring gtraights. Hints
lb, baiters. e tJ4..
KVfc-No. 2. fc.
BAKUiK-Koed or mixing. 30ctJJ l
f .. tn .hi'a malting. I! 2sl .W.
KKUrs-Tltnothy. HJ-uoiU-W. clover.
''rKeea, per bb!.. tls.84SJls.l7H;
lard, par ) pounds, $.IilitrS-W.
Total clearances oi wneat and flour
were equal to 1'" bushels, frlmary
iweipas wero !. bushels, compared
with aag.dw bushels the corresponding day
a year ago. time led receipts tomor
row: VI heat. cars; corn, s cars;
uais. at cars: bogs, 40,010 head.
WHEAT No. 2 red, twisie: No. I red,
sTc: No. 2 hard, scl.ol; No. 3 hard,
ssceiaioi; No. I northern. si.losl.IIS. No.
j northern, tl0,sil.st; No. a northern.
11 : No. 2 aonng. sscenisi io. spring.
stcull.lH: No. 4 spring, rorj1.04; velvet
th tif. jax-tilLol; durum. svcuaLta,
ci:K-Ne. J. snlc; No. i white, US
CcilSr: No. I yellow. tH0So; No. 4,
c; No. 4 White, eWUnc; No. 4
tiATit No. 2, 4",tl.c; No. 2 srhlta,
aji.ijjoc: No. 2 while, 4sS)4sc: No. 4
write. 4sitrliac'. standard, OSOlAf.
HI TTKH steady; croanteriea, 2s(f24c;
tout Steady: receipts, l.tN eases; at
mark, casta included. JtJlc; firsts, 2MB
, prime firsts. Sic
IIEtvSK-Hieady; dalstra. l4SfJ'Sc:
twins, isuKUu; young Americas, usil
JiV; lot'g horns, ISSsllSSe.
t-oTAluKK Mead) ; cnoP a to fancy,
Krll.m; fair to go-id, ".! c.
Hl.l.rRV-teaoy: tuikeya, KOUSc;
chickens. U4ri-', siniiiga, lie.
tar lot receipt. Wheat, It cars with J
of contract grade; corn, a cars, with
none of contract grade; oats, si cars.
Toisl receipts of wheat at 4'hlcago. Min
per case; current receipts, free I
ctses. tM.fltt per case. I
llL-L-.L- t.N. X, V,rU ftlll I
creams, fancy, 17gl7ic; fair to good. 1
KW YORK GKS tCRAL MARKET
Oaotatloas at the Day oa Varloas
NEW YORK, Jan. 10 -FLOI'U-Steady;
lprlng patents, $6.1004 40; winter straights,
Klf4.E.; winter patents, $4 64 .0:
spring clears, 24.JtKi4.40; winter extras No.
1. $3.;.fl.s0; winter extras No. 2, PLJOt
IC; Kansas straights, 4.j4.f- llJ'e
riour, firm; lair to good, K,&4.;
choice to fancy, RSf.fr5.lS. Buckwheat
flour, firm. . Tiw-'-ti per hundred pounds.
CORNMEAL-Steady; fine white and
yellow. H itiUo; coarse, 41.4Sgl.60; kilo
KVE-tjulet: No. Sc. c. I. f. Buffalo.
BARLKV-Steady; malting, II 18tfL
c. I. f. Buffalo.
WI1KAT SiMit market steady: NO. 2 red.
Sc elevator, and iSc f o. b. afloat: No.
1 northern llululh. 11. aw, i. o. o. auoai.
Fu:ures easy during the morning owing
to lower cables and more favorable Ar
gentina news, but developed a steadier
feeling on small receipts and buying by
commission houses closing at unchanged
to Sc net lower, ilay closed 41.01 e-l;
July. 11 W.
CORN Spot market steady: export new,
G9c f. o. b. afloat. Futures market was
OATH Spot market firm;- standard
white. 66i,c in elevator; No. 2, S5c; No.
1 and No. 4. hi',c. natural white and
while clipped, j-m'c on track. Futures
HAY-Viuiet; prime. tl.SO; No. 1. 1.231f
l.JO; No. 2, tl.Karl.tt; No. 3. t6el.(.
HOFs rlrm; state, common to choice,
1911, 41'aic; 19lo nominal. Taclflc coast,
1911. 4Muw; laio nominal.
IIIDhs steady; central America, Sc;
LEATHER rlrm: hemlock firsts, 2if
27Sc; seconds, ;tX. thirds, 2192-J; re
PK)VISIONS-Pork. steady; mesa, 117.00
(i 17 50; family. fl.ta.00; short clear.
tl7.2MilS.aO. Beef, firm; mess, I3.0U
1J.50; family, IRaMilS.); beefs. ta.vA
21.00. Cut meats, quiet; pickled beef. 10
to 14 lbs.. Sc; pickled hams, ll'ril'ic
Lard, easy; mlddlewest prime. $ rtrs 36;
refilled firmer; continent, tD.sO; bouth
America, 110.46: compound, ISiyTc.
TALLOW Steady; prime city hhds. 6c;
seclal, SSc; country, tiIc.
BL'TTEll Firm; creamery specials
5Sc; extras, Jstttc; held extras,
CHEBSB-FIrm: sklni, VWUtyc.
EiKlS Firm; fresh gathered, extras.
2il27c; extra firsts, JSr; firsts, :1c; west
ern gathered, whites, 24&3ftc.
IWLTItY-Allv strong; Western clilck.
ens, US1'4"; fowls, liS4jWSc; turkeys,
l,i1Sc; dressed trading quiet but prices
strong; western chl.'knns, U'fllsc; fnwls,
UVjlTc; lurkeys, Uiii'lc.
It. I. sals (iraeral Market.
SI". I)I IS, Jan. 10-WHKAT-Cash,
flnn: track. No. 2 red. !.t"n.0IS: No. 2
hard, tl.ltfl.l:'; May, WStlWSc. July. KJS
UUK.ti-vt eas; trsca, .n. a, tumt;
No. J white, SJ'ic: May. iSflM11.t.
HATS Steady : track. No. 2. CioHc: No.
2 while, MtiUn; May, S0,c.
ItVK-l nchanged. at sue.
KlitJl'lt uuiet; red winter patents. 14 SO
h.'."; extra fancy and straights, 13. 'joy
4.40: hard winter clears, H n3'i0.
fEEII Timothy, tl4.00ti la.60.
BRAN btrong, sacked east track. tl.Sf.
IIAV-Klrin; timothy, 2J2OU036.00; prai
Vtw i.-ions - Pork, uncnangnd; jt-
blng, tl&.AO. Lard, unchanged; prime
steam, tsitHiHls. Iry salt meat, lower;
boxed extra shorts. V2S: clear ribs,
ts-IUS: short clears, Is &. Bacon, lower;
boxed extra shorts, lnhlSc. clear ribs,
nS: short clears, 1.1.7s.
Pill l,t Itl guiei; cnicsens, l.-vjc;
springs, lie; turkeys. V; ducks, ljc;
Id TTKR-KIrm: creamery, 24c.
JCUOS Firm, 2rc.
Flour, bbls . .w
Wheat, bu 13.000 31.0
Corn, bu 10J.O00 ri.ou
tjats, bu 3.000 JMW
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Lotsei of Preiout Duy Largely Ke
covered on iihane.
STEEL SIA.1LH.LS1 SUBPBXSE
skonlag of I affiled Orders ladl
eates ikat Herlal sf Steel Baal
sen Last Month Waa
NEW YORK, Jan. lo.-Losses In the
stock market duiing yesteluay'a aectinc
were largely recove'ed louay. 'l'ne tone
waa mucn better. Anxiety caused by tne
cttuitaoie me waa reinoveo.
iue market became active and strong
in tne latter pal t ot Hie session, whico
nad been uull after an opening apurt.
But tne iist waa firm tnruuahout the
day with a constant upward tenoency.
cnlon Pacific lecovered more than i
points of yesterday's losses and virtually
all of tne stocks improved sutstantlaly.
The monthly statement of the United
States Steel corporation was a surprise
to the street. Primary estimates of the
amount of unfilled orders ran from 4M0mt
to 3U0.I10 tons. The showing of 42,otKi
tons Indicated that the revival In the
steel business last monut was a decided
The market s reception of the steei
figures waa disappointing to the bulls.
I nlted States steel rose more than a
nolnt on the dav. but there was no
spurt when the figures were made known
and the report seemed to he less of a
factor than bear covering In elevating
American siocks tn i.onoon were iee-
disturbed than yesterday. London was a
borrower in this market, making oins
of 4 per cent for the loans to carry until
the end of tho month. The demand for
bonds were again fairly active. Prices
were Irrerular. Total sales, par value.
14,524.000. United Stales Is, registered, de
clined S on call.
number or sales ano leaaing quuisuviu
n slocks today were as follows:
aaiss. uisa. law. now.
Vleaeapolls (jrata. Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 10.-WHF.AT-Mav,
II iV July. 1171.. Cash: No. 1
hard, I 7S; No 1 northern, ll.oaswi.V7S:
No. 2 northern, II IMS'JIOC'; No. J, l..s
KN-No. I white, 40Sc.
RYE No, t. 41c.
Fi.O(;H First patents, ".ai4Jo..';
seconds, HOrri 111; first clears, la.Ws3.9o;
Mllwawkew Grata Market.
MILWAl'KKHV Jan. ttX WHKAT No.
t northern. It. iOtrl.il; No. I northern.
lltMll!): No. 2 hard winter, ll.ft.fjtl.04;
May. II.0OS; July. ie.
CORN-No. 1 yellow. 2He: No. I whit.
lUS"; No. 2, t'c; .May, 4S4ft-, July.
l.lveraaol Urals Market.
LIVERPOOL, Jan. .-WIIF.AT-f!pot.
steady: No I Manitoba, laid; No. I
Manitoba, 7sl0r1. Futures, weak; March,
7s sd: May. Ts4Sd: July, 7s44d.
CORN Spot, American mixed, new.
fA.1. .. Mlwul nl.t 1.
at as ISd. "uiurs. easy; January, it HSI;
February, is ISd. .
TKOrtlA, Jan. W.-CORN-Hlgher; No.
I white. aajiUSo: No. 4 whit. WSc: Na
I yellow, sue: No. 4 yellow WHc; No. I
mixed. ; No. 4 mixed. MSc.
OATS-teady; No. 2 white, 4tc; stand
ard, 4sSc; No. I whit. 4sc.
NEW YORK, Jan. l.-META1-Cop-per.
standard, easy: spot. tl2.7as14.12S:
futures. H2.KIS4J14.2& London market,
easy; apot. I'M; futures, 3 lis. Lake
copper, IU.S0trl4.62S: electrolytic, I14.27S
vU.CS: easting, 114 0041 14 J6 Tin. weak:
sixit, U IU M, futures, 40BsT42.S. ten
don, dull: spot, twine; futures. (I
Lead, dull: t New York. Ka4rijl)
East 81. Loula. London, 31 las. Antimony,
dull; Cookson's, 17.7s. Iron. Cleveland
warrants, 4s 7S1 In London. Locally
steady: No. I foundry northern, I14.7WI
li.oo. No. 2. Ill 14. 75: No. 1 southern
and No. 1 southern soft, U.26li;i.
NEW YORK, Jan. W.-COTTOX-Spot
closed quiet, I poiuta lower; middling up
land a. .Lc; middling gulf, 1.70c; no al.-s.
Futureg opened steady; January, I.IV;
February, 1 14c bid: March, l.2Sc; April,
taki Ud; May, t.42c; June. 45c; July,
(-: August. I.S4c bid; September, t 4Jc;
October, t.47c: November, t.Tve bid; Lay.
cotton futures closed steady. Closing
bids: Jsniiar)'. 14c: Februarv, t :ic,
March. c. ApiH, ; June, tile:
July, line. August. s.Jc: September,
t Oc; October. .7uc; November, t.73c; tie
Tarpeatla aad Raala, -
BAVANNAH. Oa- Jan. 10 -Tt HPEN.
TINE Firm at 4S,8HV--; sale.' In hbls.;
receipts, s: bbls.; shlpnients, IB bbls.;
storks. I,!:4 bhis.
ROSIN Firm; sales. fl bbls.: re
ceipts. i.'7 bbls.: shipments, bW bbls.;
stocks. I3S.OJ bbls. yuote: B. i; l.
Allls-Cjlialmsrs Pf4 ..,
An. ltn Sucar
Asiert4a tta -
Anarlitn O. A V
Am. Coitoa oil
Amertfta H. m U. pTd..
Am. lea ftscsrttle
Amsrlcaa IsMsmetlre ...
Amartraa H. A h
Am. a A ft pr
Am. StMl KounSMet.. .,
Am. Suar Bsllalng
Americas T. A T
Amartraa Tnbarne pf4...
Anaraaaa Mlslag Go.....
Atlantic Coast Laos
Baltimore A Ohio........
Braeklya IUit4 Tr.
Central iMtbar pfd
(.Antral of .Saw Jeraay..
Ciiasassalia A Ohio
Chlr.eo A Altaa
Hlcaa O. W f
raicasn o. w. era
Cllcaso A S. W
tlii-iro, H a. st r...
c. c. c. A at. L
Olaraao r. A I
Oiloraila a Bnuthera
rMier A Rio Orande. .
p R 0. s'4
Iilatll lai-a' sacarlllas ..
Krla lit t'i
Krla 14 I4
ti-aat Noelharn Sf4
Oraat Nortaara Ore rtfs.
Inlarbonmtn net. ......
Inler MM. S'4
latematlonal Paper .....
Kaaau nil lastbe.-s...
K. C. Sa. 014
Iativllla A Nashville
"allns A St. Lasls
M . SI. P A S. 21..
Missouri. K A T
M . K. A T. St4
N. H II. el M. M I4.
New Tork Central
N. V . O. A
Norfolk A Wenern
Perm. Ma I ....
Paopts't das ..
V . K . '. A St. L ....
Pesaaat Moal fa-
Pullman Pilac iSr
Ilallaar Atnl lariat-..
KosuHle R'esl p'4
Itwfli lilaitl it
Hock tolas Co. s'4
at. L A S W. M S'4
at. isxiia vr
st u n ' '4
KawSharflol a. A I...
So. Koilftay s'd
Toiao A Pacl'ie
T . St. L. A W
T . St. t A W. pig....
I'sten rorlhe s'4 ......
t'nlleel stoles neally....
t alle Sieloo Rubber
t'nlio stoios Stool
t!. S S-eal s'4
t toh IVoeor
Ye..rrtlia Chsaleal .
Weotlashnooo Klortrle .
fr eaters t sloa
Wheeling A U ......
Total sales far the ear
.. lS.e 4s
I0A l Zl
!. Ill lie
t.x i iS
I.om luSH ltd
l.io r: ss S
:.eu lus tats
sm 101 H PUS 101S
ton lus ins 13S
I. wo ms isis
I se ms '"' U,S
H !.". 14IS HIS
; .... us
10 !!, 13', Ml.
, u tvw 1 HI llttto
too US S nS
, --a S S S
1 3 S4 H
, 1.00 is '4 US
lOS MS '. -
. ...s, r4
. f, lies oiS IMS
, i. too not us ris
IM 0'a 70 Toll
too 13S II US
so Its US M
. n o- ius im'i i4
oe u US S
is 4SS M
US tl ITS
.1M.H Its S S
HIS KtS HI
, I.1M 47 S " 'S
los M l H4
SOS- 7S 'S 1
, t.To IfS 1 S
10 ITS 1'S
. I W 71 S 7IS
PM IIS MS II
IM IS 4 IS
. M. 70 IMS IUS IMS
. ISO M SIS M
. 2.SM IIH UH
higher than yesterday's New York clos
ing. London closing stock quotations:
Consols, aooer .... TISloaartllo A Nosh I57S
do account 77 Mo.. Ksu. A Tel . S
Aaal. Cotper II.Nos or Coatrat .lWs
Aaacoada TSSorfoUr A Wesura.li2s
Auhlssn .....1S so st M
do p(4 1M Ontario A Westers. lew
BalUmora A 010.104 reaasrleanU ..
Caaadlaa Pacifte ..sat. Ran Minos ...
Cneaapeaka A Ohio. 71 Aeadla
Chi. Great Western. llSSootsern Rr
Chi., Mil. A St. Pill-, So pfl
D Beers 1 .Soulbem Paclfle
Deafor A Klo R.. 31-s.laloa Psxlttc
. Mia So 014
.I1SC. S. (Keel...
. 43ss so ptd
. tl tWaonab
. 23S do pfd
do 1st pfd....
do 3d pfd
Oraad Trunk .
oii.vKK Har. 21 6-ltd per ounce.
MONEY ;S per cent.
The rate of "discount In the open mar
ket for short and three months' bills la
i per cent
Rosstoa staeko and loads.
BOSTON. Jan. lo.-Cloains; quotaUons
on stocka were as follows
A . Z L. A g
Arlaona Com. ...
B. A C. C. A 1. !
Butte CoalHroa ...
1. A Arttoaa...
Cel. A HecU
Cop Hsnra . c
Bast Butts C H . .
.. st Nssaaa toa. ...
.. MSMplsetnt Minos
.. It North Butte
1. 7i North Lake ...
.. CSOId Domlnbua .
.. 42 useaola
..144 Porrott g. A C.
.. II Qulscy
.. MS Shannon
.. USSuoersor A
.. 27SU. B. A R. A M
.. S a atd
lelo Koralo CooDor. tltt l'tah Cos
Kerr Lake iVosei;tk Sneer Co. II
Lake Copper .., MSWlneoa 4
Salle capper lsWolvsrlae lol
Miami Copper &s
Aske. Bxlsldaad. "tt:a.
New Yark Mlalaa. Slssetta.
NEW YORK. Jan. W.-Closlng quota-
Uons on mining stocks were:
Alios M4 Utile Cklsf I
Com. Tunnel alack.. II Msileaa .-ISO
do bonds 17 Ontario us
Con. Csl. A Vs. ...100 Ophlr 144
Iroa liver K osundard ....M4
Uadrlilo Cos. .... I Yellow Jacket 41
CHICAGO HIE STOCK MARKET
DeataasI far tatle Dall Hags Slave
CHICAGO. Jan. 10. CATTLE Receipts,
10,000 head: market dull, lie off: beeves,
rl-7640ii: Texas steers, t4.30'tfi.sS: west
ern steers. t4.aV4i7.2."; stockers and feed
ers, I3.a2i60: rows and heifers, tif lit
4..VI; calves, et:.rsa.;5.
HOtlS Receipts, so.OOO hsad: market
slow. Io!i20c off; light. t.0n.3&: mixed.
f. Wiit JS; heavy, ft S64JS.36; rough, toisaj
s.10: good to choice heavy. Kiotrrt. ; pigs,
.85; bulk of sales. IU.KStJ.W.
SHLElf A.NU LAMBS Receipts,
head: market steady; native, 23.14 SO;
western. t2.M4i4.ia): yearlings. 3.o.00:
lnmbs. native. HKJy7.40; western, lo.&rji
Seer Yark assey Market. .
NEW YORK, Jsn. M.-MONBY-On
call, easy at :4t2- per cent; ruling
rate, 2 Per rent: closing bid. IS Per
cent; offered at per cent. Tim loans,
soft; tlilv days. 2SI par cent; ninety
dsys, IfjS't per ceni; Mx months, 3S Pr
"pitlMR MERCANTILE rAPER-94
'TEl'll'.INil EXCIIANflK Firm, with
actual buslnesa In bankers' Mll at 14
for sixty-dsy hills and at K for de-
I - MMmafrial hills tt Si.
SILVtR Bar. iHtc; secsivao "vus
BOMliM uovsrnmeni, easj , intiw.
Cloatna quotsxions on wvuos --
m tnllnera- '
Its later M M. ISs .. S
14 Jason la MS
tela, do 4Se s
t(HK C. So let M rS
111 1 4oo. M IM1... MS
ll'tU A N aal to... M
M'aau gar iaa.. MV
l4 4o sen ISO US
111 Mo. Pa. IOC 71
It k el M 4SI MS
Kaaaaa f'llr Live stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, aJn. 10. UATTLK Re
ceipts. 7.0110 head. Including 400 head
soluhrrns; market strong to 10c higher;
dressed beef and export steers, kOraVOO;
fair to good eo.50ejU,; western steers,
I6.orsji70. stockers snd feeders, t4.00ti.3o;
southern cteers. to. loo. 25: southern rows.
:.aii4.7s: nstl-e cows, RsMinliO; native
heifers. M.loajl.'U: bulls. st.ootib.'A; calves,
HOGS Receipts, ll.oisi head; market,
I0l6c lower: bulk of sales. t.Vlfoo..
heavy. t6.I6lf.IO: packers and butchers.
t.jej.S. lights, tt,.iim.H; pigs, H'woi
HIIEEP AND IAMBS Receipts, v.w
head; market steady; lambs, .!67.i;
yearlings. IS OOytiio; wethers, I3.7ei4.i);
ewes, is.2ot4.2t: stockers and feeders, KM
hi. Loala bur stock Market.
KT IJlllS Jan. iC-CATTLB Re
ceipts, l.tsTO head. In -ludlng too head Tex
ans; market Ukj lower: native shipping
and export steers, IS.7&4J W: dressed beef
S evx-7Ksnd nutcnor ateers, ss.tssnn.ui;
steers under 1 .0110 pounds. IJ.aS4i.60: stock
ers and feeders, t 0Osrf..V; cows and heif
ers. I2.7MTS.7S; oannera. R 00dJ4.Oll; bulls.
l3.otstiS.12Vi: calves. M ttoJB.7S; Texas and
Indian steers. Kiwtji.uo. cows ana neir
HtKlrt Rcelpt, I0.W0 head: market, 11
tram lower; pigs and lights, I4.76's.20:
mixed and butchers, MJ1.; good
KitlCkP AiM I.AVB9-nOelPtt, 4.30O
head; market. lStT-So higher; native mut
tons. 4 iss(iM; lambs. .04t7 30; culls and
bucks, tl.iOtjrt.23; stockers. 1.7sIOO.
St. Jooepk Live Slesek Market.
T. JOSBPH. Jan. 10. CATTLB Re
ceipts, 2.FXM heasl. Market steady:
steers. tt.sOuX.OO: rows and heifers, t).Mt
700: calves, W.oOiia.U.
HOGS Receipt. 17"") head. Market
slow and lower; top, ; bulk ot sales,
lit.uiyuw jo. ,
SHUKP AND I.AMHS-Recelpts, 1.W0
head. Market I'SUOo hlcher; lambs. I:..W
Nioek la sight.
Itecelpts of II. e stock at the five prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
. atll1?. fioas. cmre.
St. Jose.ih ....
..39.509 ij9.;xi ia.soo
rf,,h ils were, 1st cart I M at: II : F. O. I. 17 00: K. 17 30; M
compared with IW ears last week and 2ali7.4; N. 7.o: W. O., 17 C; W. V., r.ho.
cars Use cotreapunding day A year ago.
Kaaaaa City tarala mm rravlalaaa.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. Va-WHP1AT
t'mhangeo: No. I hard. tl OBWl.: No. t,
li.ul : No. 2 red. C(C, No. i, kscsy
ll,i: May. tl sCS
iXiR-N I "nchanged to He lower; No. I
aiixed. ssac; Na . 44c; No. J w hite,
isdrtsc; No. a, 4i4rSc. May. fc,c; July.
"oAT-se higher: No. 1 while. SOStJ
ale; Na. 2 mlxod, 4ll4ric.
II AY Unchanged to oc lower: choice
llinothy. ta-vuti"; choice prairie. luVv
4l K- as.
BITTEn-Creamery. Mc; firsts. Mc;
aeona. 32c; packing stock, 3 Sc.
EUtia-Kxuaa, J4ci firsts, 2!c; seconds.
Wheat, buaheU U .
. huasste g;.s) 2T.sw
tsau, buanaua K,v t
NEW YORK. Jan. Jft-4'OrTKK Fu
tures closed steady. 7 to 31 Istlnta net
lower. Sales n.ags. January, 1.215
bags; Februarv 1.31 ban; March. l.ltK
bags: April, I TA tgs; May, June, July.
August and tfepremlier, 1.274 bags; Octo
ber. 1.274 bsgs; Sovember. 1.2? hags. De
cember. l.3s bags Spot coffee, quiet:
Rio No. 7. 11V; No. 4 Santos. V.c; m.ld,
duU; Cordova, lSt lsSf nominal.
NEW YORK. Jan. M-fraAR-Ttaw,
quiet: muacov-ado. 9 teat, S-ISc; rentnr
ugal. M teat. 4-Cc: molasses. 6 test, 147c;
Osaaha Mar Marke-t.
OMAHA. Jan. MX-HAY-No. I. tit
No. 2. t!3 : coarse, til ); pss king stork!
II M . alfalfa. Hi . straw: Wheat.
;. Jsi. r and oats. xa.".
p-hllaaWlpoila rradaca Market.
railsAOICLPillA. Jan. Ml BUTTER
Firm, 1 e higher; wasters creamery apa
dsia, Cc; extra, 4ie; nearby prima, exit a,
hVsGS ale pet en.ee higher: Penr.arl
vania aad ether nearby firsts, free eases.
IS M per ease; current receipt a, free eaaea,
ii.a aser case, west era Orsts, Iise cases,
ST. IXU19, J as MWOOL-Steady
ttnrltorr and western mediums, ttsjuc;
fin enedluma, lirjllc; fine. 19gltc.
ReflaeA Saouar Lane,
NKW YORK. Jan. M.-All gradea of
refined sugar were reduced 14 cents oer
HI pountis toaay.
U. t rot. So
A . rag
to toupee, .
AliHM'aal lot M. .
sAase. V so
A T 17. . 4s..
Tahsce, IS -e -.-s.
" . ,101. ST
a. es ,
l.r A V ISO.. M to 400.
MSON. T. S II. A It.
.. tat, ci, n ivs
...iM ex. m w. lot t. 4s. M
A C- ! let M MS to rr M tS
tui A Oka oa. - ratine es isa
4o A W.''iss"--'. I1 O iv"rrai"4s.'!.." Ml,
reak. Tr cs e Mttpoaa r. Itts llll.. MS
. lie 4a "as coa
Dry Uoetola Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. 10-KRV C.OODS
The cotton goods markets rule generally
steady with buyers conservatively In
clined. Cotton yarns are somewhat easler
wttlle novelty and specialty yama are
firm. Jobbers report A slowly expanding
TWO BIG SCHOOL EVENTS
SET FOR SAME NIGHT
"To danea or go to the mid-term com
mencement ext relate," Is the question
that Is bothering high school students
lust at present, aa both tho Junior class
hop and the exercises of the class of
1111-1112 have been set for the same even
ing, January Jg.
Tho date of the Junior hop for January
31 was set early In September, and the
date of the mid-term commencement ex
ercise waa not finally decided upon un
til ywsterday. As these affairs are two
of the moat Important of the whole school
year, the eueoesa of either tmo will be
greatly deterred If they ooree on the same
WOMAN LEARNS HUSBAND
HAS ANOTHER WIFE LIVING
After having lived for more than a
year and a half with Walter Van Plank.
Mrs. Jessie Van Plank, daughter of
Mayor Tucker of Florence, discovered
thst her hasband had another wife living
and that their marriage therefor waa
void, according to allegations mad by
her In a petition for annulment of mar
riage, filed In district court
Mrs. Van Plank says she waa married
, to Van Plank tn February, IM. and dls-
'! covered tho existence of hi first and
lr?T?fc::iis!'ArV'r'g ;uJVreal wife In September, last rear. Sine
otSHat. A owe i-T. sa saw. ss I Uiat time, sne say s, sirs aaa box uvea
e- -si u
arnicaeo A A ISa- 4JH -do let tssM as.... It
C. a. A VI e- -- " .
so son. la seej-e roc. eot.
ac r A . t. t M dees. 4....
C A 1 A M MS do 1st rsf tl K(,
do rtf 4S MS.avaB.il.., u. ITS
I THO. ass- . - -s
osvol. MI4. as. M rrnoa racifH a IMS
oc. A A r. A a. ISa si so so. to H4H
D A H e. oa a--s a. Home oti,
U A H n asitr R sober ts ...least
da est So MSI Steel "4 la . laisj
maulers' is nsv.-., - fa. itau,
ogT, p. I as M'.oa.hoe la sa istn
VTse. Ss TUa o M A rot to... H4
oa es 4a. sot. A.. UtaWsoteTS M4. to S
do osrtee a. sUoc es. la.. M
Pssa. tier. r b..-.IMaWMi rWMI 4e.. . rs
I Cos IA est. s Mi.Ma far. es. lo .... Bi,
Istee list 1st .... MS'Psaasaa 2s jam
. Maak Cleartaaa.
OMAHA. Jan. M.-Bank clearing fat
today were tlCoS ami for the cor
responding day last year. C.177.2B.M.
UsaWa Stack Market.
LONDON. Jan. M.-Ameitrrn ae-untlea
ivprard ateady aad about unchanged to
dar. During tha first hour prices ad
vanced oa light covering. At noon the
.nwrget ma steady and from Sc to V
with Van Plank.
Si CHECK TO VALUABLE
GRIP LOST AND FOUND
Walter P. Hetdrnfahl of Sortbrrer, Nets.,
arrived In Omaha Tuesday aftemooa.
While en hi way irptosm be lost his grip
cheek and someone found It- Heidenfahl
reported the matter to the baggaga maa
ter. but the person who found the check
pecured the grip, which contained several
valuable papers and over Ho la cash.
HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUB
TO SING AT SPRINGFIELD
The Omaha High 8chool Glee club will
give a concert at rtprtng field aa Friday
erenlrsg. January Is, according lo agree
ment reached yesterday by Walter B.
Graham, the ctub Instruct or. Tsrenty-twe
lads and a piano accompanist will make
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Cattle .Ire Generally Steady to a
HOGS OPEN LOW. CLOSE BETTER
(harp aad Laatba Active Sellers at
Prleea Fally aa High aa Tare
day aad a Higher Toa
extra good heavy hogs gold a high as
vs jo, as compared with yesterday's top of
te 20. Bulk of butcher weight landed
around tf.taMni.io snd light averages
i ranged from a.6v downward. There were
no pigs oi consequence on tale.
Na. A. sa. Pr. a. As. la. rr.
I 7a as 15 ... as
SOUTH OMAJ1A, Jan. 10, Ull. '
Receipts were: Cattle. HogS. Sheep.
Official Monday 4.462 1,531 7.142
onto..! tuesday o,uj llo71 i.ais
Kstiroate Wednesday .. its) li.tm 12. UW
Total three data '.5.112
Same dava last week. .12.71
name I weeka ago 11.4M
Same I weeks ago sVt
same 4 weeka ago Zl 1 -s
bame daya last year...l7.ftoJ
Tho fr, tr.OFlr.e- tahlo shows the receip
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South 91",1,'
for the year to data as compareu o.".
llll 1511- ,nc-
rattle J4.s3H Si.olti
His SaJJ) 4i.H ,,tj
bheep 0,m 4,Vs)
The following table snows tn range oi
prlcea paid for hogs at South Omaha tor
tne taat lew days witn conpariaooa-
5. t ti.S
6. ms a.4i
Data, j liu. iim.ilAl.ilW.lis.lA-?.l-
t 7 I t H 4 Jot 4 Ml ' Ml
suit 14 -
is', :ii 5 u
I 4j C 2S1 I
a 1191 1 Sa a
7 Stll g 38 4 iW 4 l I l U
I Si 7 74 I 47 6 toi ' I Kl 3
I mi i a i iii i i
7 Sl SI I W 4 I4 I M
I I 43 B o5 4 2S 2o( 5 K
...I 7 871 IB4!43i"3
0S ' s7 a t SI) 4 I , a
i 7 -a; 3! 1 4 a: tan i
41 Ji I
11 i ....
8 3 1
37 12 ....
5 5S Si
Rsiceinta and dlsnosltlon of live stock
at the Union Stock Yards. South Omaha,
for the twenty-four hours ending at I
C. M. & St. Ky I
Wabash K. H
1o. lac. Ry 7
-nlon Pacific R. H 54
C. tV N.-W. Ky East S
C. A N.-W. hy., W 75
C. Ht. P. M. A O. R. 3t
C. II. A. Q. Ky Kast
C. B. 4s Q Ry West 19
C. R. I. A P., Bast.. S
C. R. I. A P., West .1
Illinois Central Ry.. 2
C. O. W. Ity 1
Total receipts ....11
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
Totals 1.73S 14.0 8.H
Omaha Pa.king Co.... 5sW l. , Ij
Swift and Company ... sW 4.75H 4.I
Cudahy Pa. king 'o....l t 4 ,;B I.IJJ
Armour A company. ...l.iss o.oso s,ui
Hill A Son IS
K. B. Lewis Ml
Huston A Company.. 42
J. B. Root 41 Co W
J. H. Bulla I
L. Wolf 4
McCreary A Kellogg.. IW
W erthelmer A Lsrgen.. 14
II. P. Hamilton l
Mo. A Kans.-Calf. Co. 71
Clin Christie M .... ....
Other Buyers 744 .... 111
Totals 5.3W 17.v W.SM
CATl'lsE-There was a very liberal run
of cattle at thla point today, making th
total for the week to date 16.11! head,
the lararest run since four Weeks SgO, but
smaller than a year ago by about ISoi
head. At the same time otner points wore
reporting heavy receipts, Chicago espe
cially having a very large run. Advices
from other selling points under existing
conditions stsrted out very favorable,
which naturally gave the market at this
point a weak tone.
While the feeling In beef tears was
generally lower than yesterday the mar
ket aturted out with a very fair demand
and buyers picked up the more desirable
of the cattle at prices tnat were nine 11
any different than those of yesterday.
In fact, the majority of salesmen were
calling the early market steady with
yesterday. Some MKlit food cattle, bet
ter than anything aeen la the yards for
some Hill time back, brought i to. the
high price of ths dsy.
Cows and heifers were also In very fair
demand and the market. If anything, la
belter than had been anticipated. The
better grades of cow stuff commanded
about the same prl.es as yesterday. The
less desirable kinds, that Is stuff that
buyers did not seem to take to, had a
tittle lower tendency
There wore very few light good feeders
In the yards. In f"t there have been
very few cattle ot that description seen
at this point fur a long time back, and
they command about steady prices. On
the other hand the medium kinds ot feed
era went alow lo luc lower. Light stork
cattl were extremely hard to move nt
any price. The market 011 cattle uf that
description was tha same as It has been
for aeveraj weeks back, extremely dull
wuotauons on rattle: Good lo choice
beef steers. K.sosul.Io; fair to good beef
steers, t 'sv.rS.iSj. common to lair beef
steers, 16.1410. 00: good lo choice nelfeia,
st4.7isu.Ui: good lo cholco cows, a4.Aso.ao;
tsir to good cows, tu.ijol se: "iunuon tu
fair oows, t2.:os3.7oi good tt clio-ct slock
era and feeders, to evtiti.2o: lair to good
Blockers and feeders, H itsro , common
to fair stockers and feedeis, tt.taaul.-;
stock hellers. B o.aot.io. veal catves. fl.it
a).,. Is; bulls, stsgs. etc., s3.ilu4.et.
Na. As. rr.
14 714 I 4
41 114 I 00
XI IW I Is
II Ml I tt
1 1003 I 71
II 174 4 4
si! I at
14 4 oi
2t 1a i SS
til I 9t
...lose t I 4t...
...rail t li 2..
...ir.t t it..
...I2ea I 34
... 7s 1 at n
... S7I 4 7 II
.. t. s lo s
... Mi I It 11
list 4 II it
ltss I i So
sV 4 SI 4
lost 4 10 4
174 4 3$
1007 I at J
1101 4 0t t
UaJ 4 s
IT7 3 S I
....... S45 4 I
ttl S 04 4
tM I OS 7
OI 11 4S
.. M 4 24
1 Is 144
I tot I IS 1
I !SS I 11 1
I last t a 1
1 ltet 4 B IV
1 i 4 is . :
t ,.. m 4 :
.... m iu 1
1 its 1
1 lit 4 71 11
X. 100 7 00
i:;o 4 b
UK 1 44
l!vt 4 to
list 4 tl
list I M
IOWI t st
llll 4 M
, IM t tt
1UI I SO
......10SI t S
lie. 1 II
im ; 00
.. so) in
..tax t i
.. SOS 4 40
,.0M t 14
. n I at
.. 010 4 tt
. Ul I tt
..lilt I It
..IM I I
. Is.' I IS
.117 I 4t
. Mi i II
.lt 4 tt
.1IM 4 It
. sto 1 ei
lilt I a
. tl 11
. lit 1 15
, lit 1 71
. lit T 74
.14 7 II
'"""frlPOCKERii ASI FEElKR!.
is st 14 II 141 I
J Ul I ii 77 W IK
7 .... 700 t OS tt rs Ik
1 tat 4 i so I7t I tl
a it:i 4 ss s lest 4 so
" 744 t 4 II UI4 4 14
UOOSs Hog trade proved. aa agreeable
Slirpnsa to aetrfrs, every inuicaiion
pointing toward a sharply lower iist
of price, while, as a matter of fact, bu.k
of aa unusually heavy su pply sold at
figures ateady or very near.y so. The
opening market ruled lower tn sympathy
with a aiumps situation In the east, early
declines amounting to aa much as Hsgtoc.
hot the trade recovered rapidty under th
Influence ot a broad, brisk packing de
mand and Iinsi tfusniesss m lawircr I
figure Btrong with those paid yesterday.
Th. .st. mate called for about li s head.
arrivals consisting largely of light butcher
snd bacon grades, out in aiaie wt tne
fact that the total noted Is one of the
iroa. sane last June, clearance was
rary and early. The yards at 1:J o'clock
were prarucaMiy wiuvtr sum vi.ty sa sew
shlpmenu rere expected 00 trains due to
arrive shortly before midday.
Packers furnished an outlet for fully 15
per cent of the crop and It was entirely
due to free buying on local slaughter ac
count thai the market acted aa creditably
as It did. The shipping and speculative
ainc of the trade showed no activity
whatever, ealy a few scattered loads sell
ing on outside orders.
JlyrlrlQ; tg JiUH gU gt tbjt geasJOB
m ... I at
1st ... S M
til ... 4 K
177 Ml 4 so
... 9 SO
... I st
... I ' 5
H I K
... I 5
... 4 sit,
... 4 tt
at 4 at
... 4 t
... 4 04
... 4 04
... 4 00
... 4 OS
. ttl ... 144
..111 14 4 44
..Ml ... 4s
. Ill ... I 45
..m ... 4 ss
. IT! 154 4 44
. r ... 4 14
..S) ... 4S
. XI 44 4 44
. -IS ... 44
. .! M 1 44
..til ... 4 44
. .W al 4 45
. Bt lit IK
..aa ... it?
. m 14 4 034
.HI ... 4 47V,
. tn . -4 it
,.7 t 4 14
. nt ... ins
. .174 4 4 U4
. m im 1 us
,.t ... 4 14
.147 !lt 4 11
. III .:. 4 14
..rri ... 4 14
..M7 40 t U
It 4 54
PIGS-ODDS AND ENDS.
15 117 ... I 14 M 41 4 71
K 144 ... IN
mi ttr1 Sellers In the sheep barn were
confronted with a situation that was not
very promising at the opening of the mar
ket, receipts proving heavy with outside
advices more or leas bearish. Bestdee
these conditions, 1 .ackers complained ot a
scarcity ot refrigerator cars, and to all
appearances proposed to buy cautiously
at cheaper levels.
This attitude did not get them many
sheep or lamos, however, and as soon aa It
became apparent tnat utile business 'couia
be done except at well suttained figures,
trade took on more activity and ruled
Just about steady. High dressing strings
of stock sold first and by :J0 o'clock
most of the good to choice classes In
cluded in early arrivals .had changed
The run of l!.Ss head brought in A
goodly supply of medium stuff, but sev
eral trains were late In showing up and
the less attractive kinds found a reason
ably broad outlet In most cases, at least
until late offerings were thrown on the
market. Toward midday the demand be
came rather quiet with the tendency to
values weaker, half-tat stock holding at
the usual liberal discounts under well
finished varieties. .
The best enrnfed lambs on sale reached
6.sTi. with good to near prime. offering
selling at !.), WoO. . and W IS. Fair
to good lambs ranged from M-SS down
ward, culls moving below IT..40. There
were not many sheep on sale, wether
and yearlings being especially hard to
find, but good ewes sold at And ' near
M-Ou, and toppy wethers were wanted
around H50. Handy yearlings would
probably sell at fair quality lamb prices.
Feeder sold in small, scattered lotl at
generally firm prices, the demand and
supply both being small. The two days'
purchase on country account, acoordtng
to packers' tab, amount to only l.tXA
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Good
to choice lamb, Io.&14.i0; fair to good
lambs. K.&"a(.3S: good to choice yearlings.
R.a-fjoW; fair to good yearlings. M oi
r. DO; good to choice wethers, I4.40ft4.io:
fair to good wethers, K litotes: good to
choice ewes, HOsjri.Jo; falr-tu-good owes,
IM Idnho lambs 7(
Idaho lamps, cull .
24 Idaho ewea IW
7 Idaho ewes, cull 7
717 fed ewes M
186 fed lambs 71
121 fed yearlings So
21 fed lambs M
147 fed yearlings II
lt!l fed ewea Ho
211 fed ewes Iv
82 fed ewes KK
"tM fed ewea ..... SI
C fed wethers Ill
in) fed yearlings 10 '
170 fed yearlings HI
11 fed lambs IK
Wfed ewes .. H
10 culls v--
CARTER LAKEJCE NOT GOOD
Health Cosunistioner Declares it Un
ft for Domeitic Parpoiei.
FIX JO USE ONLY FOB COOLKG
Paads Arssaad Carter Lalco Are
Dried I'p aad Caaaeajaeatly
Aataerltlee Are Havlag
Health Commissioner Connell has had
a test made of the Carter lake Ice and
has pronounced It unfit for any purpose
except for cooling and 'refrigerating-. Ho
has given notice to parties taking lea
from this lake that they must not offer
it for sale for domestic purposes.
The health commissioner I making a
test of the ice from the river and from
th reservoirs of the water company. Tha
findings will be given out.
Heretofore, for cooling and refrigerAt
ing purposes parties have cut Ice from
Florence lake and the ponds around Car
ter lake. These places at this lime are
all dry and the only places where Ic
can be cut are the river. Carter lake and
Monthly Charities .
The regular monthly meeting of. th
Aaeoclaied Charities of Omaha and South
Omaha, together with affiliated organi
sation, will bo held at 1 tha .city ball
Friday. afternoon At I o'clock. The pro
gram will be In charge of the Associated
Jewish Charities and Visiting Nurse as
sociation, and addresses will be mad by
Dr. Frederick Conn and Miss Louise Mc
Pherson. Rev. P. A. McGovtrn will preside.
FANNING TELLS ENGLISH
OF OTHER LAW VIOLATIONS
Chafing under the prosecution of the
Oma hotel as the test case under tho Al
bert law. "Charley',' Fanning, th chief
owner, hsa addressed a letter to County
Attorney English complaining of another
Albert law violation, said to be at 1112
Farnam street and rails upon the county
attorney "to Investigate'' who the owner
ot this building Is. and who is running the
second and third floors of this building,
and to use the same diligence he has in
securing evidence agiilnst the Oma hotel."
Fanning also says in this document that
he assured County Attorney English and
Judge Troup that If the Oma hotel was
being run as complained or he would be
only too glad to have It closed and the
law enforced. If relieved of the penalties
for past conduct.
jMimony Does Not
Apply Against the
Property of Wife
Vlctory-in a struggle to keep her hus
band's former wife from taking away
from her property which she had ac
quired by years of rigorous toll cam
to ' Mr. Adam Jamleson. wife ot 4
plumber, when Judge Howard Kenned
of th equity division ot the district cour
issued a permanent injunction reatrainlna;
th former wife, Mrs. Maggie Jamleson.
from levying execution on tho property
and selling it to satisfy alimony Judg
ment. A man' homestead, though ordinarily
exempt from execution, is not exempt
from execution when the plaintiff 1 art
alimony judgment debtor: that Is, when
tha plaintiff 1 a wife seeking satisfac
tion of claims for alimony, which th
husband has failed to pay. But In this
oss Judge Kennedy holds that the rights
ot the present wit sre superior to tltota
ot the former wife, the property having
been acquired by the present wit.
After Jamleson and his first wife were
divorced' tha husband remarried. Hit
second wife had struggled for years ta
earn and save money, having don house
work and having kept boarder, having
kept. chicken aad. cows and having sold,
eggs and milk and butter. Attar th
marrtaga she used her savings to pur
chase two lot, Improved with A three
room cottage. She had th deed mad la
favor of her husband and herself, giving;
each a 'half Interest. No sooner was thla
done'than Jamleson' fortner wit started
her lult and got out an execution against
the' homestead. The present wife In
stituted Injunction, proceedings.
Th purpose of tha law under which ait
alimony judgment debtor can levy execu
tion on A homestead property tt to pro
tect A man' family, according to Judga
Kannedy, but thla man'a present wit
now ta hi family. She earned th prop
erty.. The husband had no Interest In it
at th time of hi divorce from th flrtl
Mrs. - Jamleson and be would have ha j
no Interest In It If h had not been
divorced and had not married th present
NO NEED FOR ELECTION
FOR LANE CUT-OFF ROAD
The Omaha ft Southwestern railroad,
better known as th Lane Cut-Off, whicli
cost mor per mile than any line In the
state, will get along this year without
holding an annual election, du to th
fact that It hat become th properly of
th Union Pacific.
Although but ten mile long the Cut-Oft
cost t4.Kn,onO, and most of this sum was
expended In cutting through the hill and
constructing an Immense fill just west ot
T. M. Orr. assistant general manager of
the Vnion Pacific, Is and always has been
secretary ot the Omaha A Southwestern.
Each year he has held an annual elec
tion, but there will be none this year. Tha
corporation still exists, but having sol. I
out, its property Is a minus quantity.
TICKETS FOR THE REAL
ESTATE BANQUET READY
8. P. Bostwlck of tho Real Estate ex
change's banquet committee announced al
the exchange that tickets at 11 each, for
tho annual banquet at the Rome on Janu
ary 26. are ready. The committee promises!
some unique entertainment features,
which will be kept secret until presented.
Have Yoar Ticket Read "Burlington"
To the South.
ROUND TRIP WINTER TOURIST TARES
Daily Until April 30th, 1912.
JovrkevouviUe, KM., direct route
slat kauuiilie, Kla., one way vig Chicago And
other way via CiiicinnaU or Louisville . .
Tauia. Ha., via Chicago or St. lsouls
HI. Augustine, frta., via Chlrkjto or St. Louis .
OrraoDil. Kla- via Chicago or St. Louis ....
Palm IWcri, Kla., via lhko or St. Louis ..
.Vt-ta I rle-ans. La., via Chicago or St. Louis . .
I'sss, fhristlan. Mis,., via Chicago or St. Louis
Mexico I'llj. -Mex
mpus Oirtstl, Tex., via Kansas City
K, Passu, Tex., via Kansas City
San Antonio, Tex.. Via Kansas City
Houston, Tex., via Kansas City
ROUND TRIP H0MESEEKEES' FARES
First and Third Tuesdays Each Month.
Corpus Christ., Tex. 835.00
(lfetou. Tex. i $J5.00
Htta Antonio, Tex. $35.00
Hoasttm. Tes $35.00
9:15 A. M. Daylight Express, arriving
Kansas City 4:05 P. M.
4:35 P. M. St. Louis Special. Dinirjir cars.
. parlor cars to Kansas City; Sleepers
to St. Louis.
10:45 P. M: Electric Lighted Night Ex-
press for Kansas City.
6:30 P. Jt Chicago Special Electric
lighted high class train; connects with
morning trains, Chicago to the South.
.1. B. RKYXOLDS, C. P. A,
1302 Karrvam Street. Bel!. D. 1238; Ind. A-SS23.
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