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TIIK BKK: OMAHA, THCSDAY, OCTOHBlt 2D, 1SH2.
C ITY 1'ltOPKHTV ppR s M.K.
FINIS corner lot on Dodge St., room for
1 flats; nothing betters worth ti.500; mutt
roll at oncej will sell for $t,MX. Phone
REAL ESTATE FOR SALK.
AH modern, 6-roorn pottage, hard wood
floors, east front, one block from West
Bide Hatiscom park car line, for sale
at a bargain. If taken at once. Small
payment down; balance Hko rent. Phone
owner. Harney 276J, and he will show
FAnM A UAXCH LANDS POIt SALE.
' HOMESTEAD 33) acres rich farm land
for JITS, filing fees and all; Just over into
Colorado stood stuff, not ittid hills. I-njid
") In Kimball county $10 to $15 per acre. J,
a. Tracy. KimDaii. Neb.
Garden nnd Fruit Tracts.
Farms of any size, Just 6 mllea north of
Council Bluffs, at bargain prices. SOS
lores, known as Orchard Heights, subdi
vided and for sale at from $60 to $104 per
acre: easy terras. Let us show you this
land. Day & Hess Co., 123 Pearl Bt,,
Council lllutfs, la.
OOOD 160-aore farm In I' ago County,
Iowa, all In cultivation except 12-acrc
limber pasture Just back of barn; 6-room
house In good repair; plenty of barn
loom: granary and out buildings; new
hog house and cement cavo. A good,
young orchard and an all around good
jarm. Trice and terms right.
J. D. JOHNSON.
Sapp Blk.. Council Bluffs. la.
THE eastlest way to find a buyer for
?'our farm Is to Insert a small want ad
n the Des Moines Capital. Largest cir
culation In the state of Iowa, 43.000 dally.
The Capital Is read by vfid believed In
by the standpatters of Iowa, who simply
refuse to permit any other paper In their
homes. Kates. 1 cent a word a dv:
$1.25 per line per month: count six oral
ary woras to tne line. Aaaress Des
owes capital, una Moines, la.
40 ACRES. $3,000.
One mile of city limits. Council Bluffs;
rough land, but suitable for pasture and
fcome of it for fruit, gardeu, etc., and
cheap at prlco. Can inako almost any
Dcma you wish.
M'QEH REAL ESTATE CO.,
105 Pearl St.,
j Traversed by the
follEAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Lands adapted to the widest range of
crop. All the money crops of the south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing with this coming country, lta aolL
'-jllmate. church and school advantages.
W. B. LEAHY. Dept IC .
Oeneral Passenger Agent.
i Write for our Minnesota booklet "C;"
UAI 4k mOHT RKAiiTT CO.,
10$ Bankers Life Bldg.,
MR. INVESTOR, Mr. Man with small
mtans: For sale, 12 quarters of oholoe'
farm land close to Sidney, Neb., one
tenth cash, bal. ten years' in tan equal
payments. Ernest Raasustt. Sidney, Neb.
i 641 ACRES land in Blaine county, Neb,
U.25. A. W. Kelpln. 4321 Charles St.
IQ-BUSHEL WHlflAT LAND, TO $31
We have for sale over 70,000 acres of
Cheyenne county, Nebraska's choicest
farm land, where the crop yields for 13
years. Including 1910 and 1911, averaje
with the best In the state. Alfalfa, also
a leading crop. Better soli, water and
climate oannot be found. Write for full
Information. Agents wanted everywhere.
FUNDINQSLAND INVESTMENT CO,
YOU can buy from owner on crop.-pavr
mcnt Plan or leaso. good level land,
plowed and ready for crop. Thirty quarter
sections, to select from, some witn Duiia
Intra. These lands are near markets. In
the southeastern part of North Dakota.
For particulars write, Leslie S. Uackey,
Hackey Uldg St. .Paul, Minn.
FOR SALE 1C0 acres good farm land;
1 40 acres broke, balanoe all tillable 7
'miles from Dallas and 5 miles from
fcolome. Price. $40 Der acre, nayable
S1.S00 cash. $2,500 March J. 1913; $2,400
March vm. Address uox isv, uaiias.
HOMESTEAD relinquishment on choice,
quarter section near the Nebraska Una
Close to good town. Price, $200. Shuler &
Vary, 1U14 City National nana .mag.
CHEAP patented state school lands,
couth Texas, $1 an acre cash, balance ten
years. For all particulars write F. A.
Connable, trustee. 4S4 Commercial Bank
Bldg., Houston, Tex.
CHEAP patented state school lands,
south Texas, $1 an acre cash, balance ten
years. For all particulars write F. A.
Connable. trustee. 481 Commercial Bank
Bldg., Houston. Tex.
BUY SPOKANE PROPERTY.
I One acre that will soon be worth $1,000
lor sow: terms, wnie
EMERY 8. BAY LEY,
WVE bto:k market of west
Ship live stook to South Omaha. Save
mnesgo ana snrinaage. xuur consign
menu receive prompt and careful atten
Live Stock Commission Merchant.
BYERS BROS. & CO.. Strong, reliable.
CLIKTON Com. Co.. 322 Exchange Bldg.
Bnyder-Malone-Coffman Co.. U Ex. Bldg.
LAVERTY BROS.. 13 Exchange Bldg.
Martin flros. & Co. Kxrhange Bldg.
Clay, Robinson c Co., iwi l&xcnana; Bldg.
DFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Quartermaster, Fort D. A. Russell,
Wyoming, ootober th. 1912. Sealed tiro
posals, in triplicate, wtU be received at
this office until 11 A. M., Monday, Novem
ber 26th, 1912, and then opened In pres
ence of bidders for Constructing Railroad
spur, sidings, Bcaie itscst, scale and
Kcalo House, information win be fur.
tilshed on application. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be indorsed
"Proposals for Railroad Spur, Etc.," and
naoressea: tr. . Armstrong, captain,
Viuartermaster uorps, u. a. a. con
OFFICERS ARE CHARGED WITH
HELPING VAUGHN TO ESCAPE
GREENVILLE, N. C, Oct. 2S.-At the
Ollreath, police inspector and former
Iheriffi A. A. Phillips, former jailor,
and Reuben Oosnell. a magistrate's eon.
Stable, were arrested tonight, charge,
with assisting Thurston U. Vaughn to
tscape from the county Jail last June.
Vaughn, who yesterday was convicted
nd sentenced to the electric chair for
mistreating three Uttle girls. Inmate of
the Odd Fellows' home when he was su
perintendent of that Institution, made the
charge against the prisoners. After be
ing In Jail for an hour and a half, the
men were released on 1L000 bonds fur.
( .nlshed by half a doien wealthy citizens.
' " u iiiarcneu iu ma ynson jvun. Hun
dreds of followers.
The Persistent ana Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising is the Roid to
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Enthusiasm Over Wheat Checked
by Continued Heavy Markets.
CORN PRICE IS UNCHANGED
Shippers Are llnvlns: llnrd Time to
Get Cnrs to Ship Their Unts to
Market Increase Means
OMAHA. Oct. 28, 1912.
The sellers of wheat are timid on de
pressions because of unsettled political
condition abroad. The continued heavy
marketing of wheat, the prospect of
greatly enlarging Chicago stocks by
bringing cargoes of spring wheat there
by the lakes and the underselling of our
wheat by Canada to Europe, are the
features which check bull enthusiasm.
Careful leaders at the close last week
tnought they detected a little more
friendly feeling to the buying side re
gardless of Important fomlgn news, be
cause the heavy movement has not given
me increase in stocks as was expected.
Leaders aro of the opinion that the mar
ket will show signs of uneasiness unless
helped by almost constant bull news
from abroad. Cash wheat was lo lower.
It must be conceded that all talk of
an enormous corn yield for the year, of
fine weather, or reduced feeding capacity
of the country has not brought about tho
heaviness or decline In corn crop futures
confidently expooted by the bears. The
acute cosh situation han been modified
and this removed a bullish feature. The
trado has been very narrow, posclbly
helped a Uttle on the buying side by the
epasimodlo bulges In wheat based on
loreign news, while there Is a bearish
feeling In May contracts, traders in
December corn will mi nlnw nn the anil.
ing side, fearing the effect of a period
of wet weather. Cash corn was un
changed to lo higher.
With good woather oats receipts should
Increase, which means a Jump In stocks.
The shippers aro having a very hard
time getting enough cars to get their oaU
10 marxet. uasn oats unchanged.
Clearances: Wheat and flour, 1,107,000
bu.; corn, 100 bu.j oats, 89,000 bu.
Liverpool close: Wheat, HOid lower;
corn, unchanged to A higher.
Primary wheat receipts were 8,380,000 bu.
and shipments L00J.000 bu., against re
ceipts of 1.717,000 bu. and shipments of
549.000 bu. last year.
Primary corn recetnts were 417 000 hu.
and shipments 933,000 bu., against receipts
of 660,000 bu. and shipments of 743,000 bu.
Mia i year.
Primary oats receiots were l.M&nOn hu.
and shipments 746,000 bu., against receipts
ui i.uu,vw ou. ana snipments of 3ot,wo du.
Tho following cash soles were reported:
Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 2 cars, 87c: E
Oars. 86Vc No. S hard! 1 car. 87n! R nr
SCo; 2 care, $&o; 8 cars, SSHo; H cur, 85W.C.
o. nam winter: x cars, use; l cor, Mlic;
1 car, 84c. No grade hard winter: 1 car,
81c. Rejected hard winter: 1 car, 82o; 1
car. 7Sc. No. 2 spring: 1 car, 8Hc No. 3
spring, 1 car, 86c: 11 cars, 85Hc; 2H cars,
8SUc. No. 4 spring: 1 car, SGc; 2 cars,
84Ho; S cars, 84Uc; 1 cor, 84c; 1 car. 83Wc;
3 cars, 83c. No. 8 mixed: 1 car, SSHc. No.
4 mixea: l car, He; 3 cars, Kiiio. No. 2
mixed durum: 2 cars. 83c No. 3 mlrnl
durum: 1 car, 84c; 3 cars, S2Hc; J cars, 82c.
No. 2 durum: 2 cars, SJo. No. $ durum; 1
car, sawo; 1 car, 82o. Corn: No. 3 white: 2
cars. 62ic. No. 3 yellow: 1 car, 61Hc. No.
2 mixed: 1 car, local, 61c. No. 3 mixed:
2 cars, Clc. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, 60c. Oats
no. i wnite: l car, xzo; l car, sic;
standard: 1 cor, UKc; I car, 31Hc No. 3
white: cars, 31'4c; 14 cars, Sic. No. 4
white: 1 car, Slcr 2 cars, 30c. Barley
No. 3, 1 car, 08c; 1 car, 67V4c. No. 4: U
oars, 69c; 1 car, 63c. Rye No. 2: 2 cars,
CSc; No. 3: 1 car. 67c
Omaha Cnsh Prices,
WHEAT No. 2 hard. S6KS87V4c: No. 3
hard, 851497c,; No. 4 hard, 8asrS5c.
UU1UN NO. a white, 6Z?iSr63o; No. 3
white, 62V4c; No. 4 white, 604fCOi4c: No. 3
yellow. 6Hic: No. 3 yellow. 61Wc: No. 2.
6114c; No. 3, 61c; No. 4, B9H0Oc.
OATS No. 2 white. 31?lSJ32c: standard.
31H31Hc: No. 3 white, 31314c; No. 4
BARLEY Malting, G960o; No. 1 feed,
RYEpNo. 2, CSc.i No., 3, 67c.
, Wheat. Cnrn Aal.
Chicago 76 .133 376
Minneapolis 1.202 ... ...
Duluth 1.139 '
Omaha 191 16 69
Kansas ICty 423 23 40
St. Louis 249 69 112
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of tho TradliiK nnd Closlngr
Prices nn Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO, Oct. 28. Wheat took a
downturn, mainly because of allowed
peaco proposals to Turkey. Tho cIoho
though nrm was tfo lower than Sat
Active selling of wheat began at tho
first tap of the boll. Bears were aggres
sive and bulls discouraged, owing to a
break In tho Liverpool market, said to
bo directly due to such talk. In addition,
world's shipments made a hugo total and
thero had, been a heavy movement of
wneat to terminal points.
Rallying power showed Itself In the
wheat market to a slight extent as a
rosult of big clearances. A radical In
crease In the visible supply, however,
preventoa return or anything resemDimg
enthusiasm on the buying side. December
closed o net lower at Ksxariattc.
Fine weather and the wheat setback
depressed corn early, but tho market aft
erward became rirmer. iecember closed
steady, a shade net higher, at C3Kc.
Cash grades were easy; No. 2 yellow, 64H
Reutlng orders that absorbed most of
the offerings neid tne price o: oats
stead)'. December closed at 32Hc, a loss
Heavy rccelDts of hogs west pulled
down provisions hard. Pork declined 353
siw to t.)ic, lora do'ido ana rios, oo to
The leading futures, rangrd as follows:
Articlel Open. I High. I Low. Close. Sat'y.
16 40 I
Jan.. 10 00-02
May. 9 80 I
Cosh quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Winter patents, $40Q4.75;
winter straights. $4.10414.50: soring Dat.
ents, $4.25Q6.40; spring straights, $1,008
t.za: Daxera, itiv3..
RYE No. 2. 6S!409c.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 48&o; fair
to choice malting, 092'72c.
SEEDS Timothy, $3.004.00. Clover,
PROVISIONS Mess pork. $10.&!rlCC2W
Lard (In tierces), $10.82310.85. Short
ribs (loose), tiu.oomo.75.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 1,107,000 bu. Primary re
ceipts were 3,380.000 bu.. compared with
1,717,000 bu. the corresponding day a year
ago. Tne visiDie. supply o: wneat in the
United States increased 2,508,000 bu. for
the week. The amount of breadstuff on
ocean passage Increased 5,768,000 bu. Esti
mated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat, 16?
cars; corn, aw cars; oats, wt cars; nogs,
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red.
$1.07(71.09; No. 3 rod, 98c0$LO4; No. 2 hard!
vavtQwc; no. t nara, i4c; rvo. l north
ern. 93CUSL02; No. 2 northern. 915192c: No
3 northern, 8714S91Kc; No. 2 spring, 90Q91c;
No. 3 spring, 66j&9c; No. 4 spring, SOaSic':
veivei umu, tnu-jx; uuruin, eatDJc, Corn;
No. 3. wtjMiic; no. z white. cdQC&o: No.
2 yellow. 64Me4Uc: No. 3. C3ttfc64Uc: No
3 white. eSttWKc, No. 3 yellow, C3HO
4Hc, No. 4. 3063V4c: No. 4 white, Ciy
63HC No. 4 yellow, 63US63c Oats' No.
2, 32tfc. No. 2 white. 348S44c; No, 3 white.
t ' . V I ...V.I. na.tA-.. - '
i wmip, jiiowitc; stand,
ard. 33r24c Rye No. 2. 68Hj9c, Bar
ley, EOeTlc Timothy seed, $3.00Q9.00.
Clover seed. $13.00918.00.
BUTTER 'Steady, creameries, UhiQ
Av. dairies, Lit'.r
i l:UUS Steady; receipts. Xtlt cases; at
.mark, eases included, WJOc; ordinary
! firsts, Jle; firsts. S4e.
I CHWBRB-Steady. daisies. 17tei7e;
j twins, lSttlTc; young America. 174ty
17Hc; long horns, 174J1JV.
lUTATOfcS-Firm: receipts. 90 cars;
Michigan. 44Se. Minnesota, 4Mr4e:
POl'LTRY-Allv. easy: turkeys. 17e:
chickens, 10H sprnngs, l!c
visALr-steady nt wise.
SEW YORK GKNKRAli StAHKGT
Qnotntlnns of the Dny on Vsirloas
NEW YORK. Oct. 2S. FtyMTrt Oulftt
and lower! sntintr anient. Il.RftTfl.M: win-
ter straights. $4.6tr to. winter patents.
extras. No. 1, $4.104.30; winter extras. No.
i, h.w.W! Kanfts siralghts. $1.16tm..
WHKAT-Ssiot, Irregular; No. 2 red,
$1.07. elevator, nnd Jl.os f o. b. afloat;
No. 1 northern Duluth. $1.00 f, o. b. afloat,
Close iflo net lowe-r; December, 9Ho;
CORN Snot, roar: Kinirt. K9Uo. f. n. h.
afloat, December to March.
wi-s-HIW, steady; wWto cllpjed, SSG'
FEED SteiUlv: western stirinr hrnn.
jw-io. yacKs, stnnaani miaaung,
IWIU. SUCKS, II.Ni: city, 1W-1D. SOCKS,
HAY Dull: Prime, nominal: No. L $1.10
0116; No. 2. Jl.00Wl.Kl; No. 3, S5c.
niui umi; t'entnoi America, vic;
LEVTIIlflt Firm: hemlock firsts, S7J
Sc: seoonds. 26Jf27c: thirds. 23fr2(o: re
I'ROVISIONB Pork, an et: moss. $19.00
f 19 7Rr famllv. 32.ttViei.O0i short clears.
$22.CKV0-24.G0. Reef, strong; mess, $18.00
19.00; family, $23.00(93.00: beef hams, $28.00
631.60. Cut meats, quiet; pickled bellies,
10 to II lb., $14.00tP14.GO; pickled hams.
n.vo. lAra, wmvk; miuaio wesi prime,
11.1MJ11.25; refined, weak: continent,
11.95: South Amorica. 112.75: eomnound.
tajuixjw nareiy steady; prime city,
hhila. 6-Vs; special, "Met country, 606io.
SUGAR Haw, quiet; MusooniuIo, 89 test,
3. Hie; centrifugal, 96 test, 4 05c: molasses
sugar, 89 tost. 8.80c; refined, quiet.
St. I.onls General Market,
ST. IXUIS. Oct. 2S.-FLOUR-Weak:
red winter patents, $4.9C5T6.16: extra fancy
and straight. I4.4W4.S5; hard winter
Clears. $3. PS!. 90.
swKii Timoiny, iiu.w.
R RAN Dull: sacked, east track.
HAY-Steady': tlmotli'. $H.CO1S.OO; pml
provisions Pork. lard, dry salt
heats and bacon unchanged.
Flour, bbls. 1LO0O HO, 000
Wheat 'bu 300,000 72,000
Corn, bu 71.000 ' 11.000
Oats, bu 190,000 67,000
Visible Supply of Grain,
NEW YORK. Oct. 23. Tho visible
supply, of grnln in tho United States
Saturday, October 2C. n compiled by the
New York Produce exchange was as fol
lows: Wheat, 39,246,000 bu.; Increased,
:,67S,ow nu.: wheat In bond. 1.053.000 bu.:
Increased, 2S3.000 bu.; corn, 3,000,000 blL;
decreased, 164,000 bu,; oats, 8,711,000 bu.:
decreased. 418,000 bu. ; oats In bond, vi.000
bu.: unchanged: rye.. 1.093.000 bu.: In
crease. 10S.OOO bu.: barloy. 4.273.000 bu.:
increase, 865,000 bu.; barley in bond, 60,000
on.; increase, io,w bu.
Minneapolis Grnln Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 28. WHEAT De
cember, 87HS7c; May, MVic. Cash; No.
1 hard, S9Hc; No. 1 northern, S7if9c; No.
2 northern, 84S6Hc.
corn No. 3 yellow, G4ysire5c.
OATS No. 3 white, 30i43lc.
RYE No. 2. 003C3C.
BRAN In 100-lb. socks. $18.00319.00.
FLOUR First patents. $4.SimG6: sec
ond patents, $4.20jjM.45; first clears, $3.20cQt
3.W); second clear. $2.40SJ2.70.
SEED Flax, $14.65.
MlltTiinkec Grnln Market.
MILWAUKEE. Oct. 28. WHEAT No.
1 northern. 929Sc; No. 2 northern, 90iJ91o;
No. 2 hard winter, !ip3c; uocember.
8Wio: May, 94Vii&'lic
CORN No. S yellow, 66BH)UW3; "o. i
white, 67c; No. 3, 65)4o; December, iza'.
I.trerpool Grnln Market.
LIVERPOOL, Oct. 28. WHEAT Spot
steady; No. 3 Manitoba, 8s 2Hd; futures
steady: October, 7s 10Hd; Docembcr. 7s
9d: March, 7a 8Ud.
CORN Spot, cusy; now American, kiln
dried, 7s lV4d: futures steady; October,
5s 44d; December, 5n 3V4d. ,
PEORIA, Oct. 28. CORN Uo higher;
No. 4 white, 61Hc; No. 2 yellow, 6314c; No.
3 yellow, 63c; No. 2 mixed, 63o; sample. 48c.
OATS Unchanged ; No, 2 white. 33ic:
standard, SSUc; No. 3 white, S2V4c; No. 4
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
BEEF CUT PRICES Wholesale prices
of beef cuts effective October 28 are as
fniinws! No. 1 ribs. 21c: No. 2 ribs. 14o:
No. 3 ribs, lOVic; No. 1 loins, 23V4o; No. 3
loins, 15Vic; No. 3 lotns, 1114c; No. )
chucks, 9Vc; No, 2 chucks, So; No. 8
chucks, 7Uc; No. 1 rounds, 13,ic; No. 2
rounds, 10c; no. a rounas, va; mo. j
plates, SV4c; No. 2 plates, 7Vic; No. 3
FRUITS, ETC Missouri apples, in
bbls., $3.0084.323; Now York Greenings
and Baldwins. $3.25. Spanish onions, per
case, $1.60. Bananas, fancy select, per
bunch, $2.2r,2.K: Jumbo, per bunch, JA75
3.76. Dates, Anchor brand, new, 30 1-lb.
pkgs. in box, per box, $2.25; Dromedary
brand, new, 80 1-lb. pkgs. In box, per
box, $3.00. Figs, California, per case of
12 No. 12 pkgs., 85o; per case of 86 No. 12
pkgs., $2.50; per case of 50 No. 6 pkgs.,
$2.00; bulk, In 25 and 50-lb. boxes, per lb.,
10c; new, Turkish, 6-crowri, In 20-lb,
boxes, per lb., 15o; 6-crown, In 20-lb.
boxes, per lb., 16c; 7-crown, In 30-lb.
boxes, per lb., 17c. Lemons, Llmonelra,
seloated brand, extra fancy, 3u0-36u
aixns. Mr box. $7.50: Loma Llmonelra.
fancy, 3O0-3CO sizes, per box, $6.50; 240-4W
sizes, 50o per dox less; woniorma, cnoics,
200-360 slzea, per box, $6.00. Oranges, Cat
lfornla I'onsy brand, extra fancy, 96
126 sizes, per box, $4.25; extra fancy, all
sizes, per box, $4.75. Pears, Kelfer, per
bbl., $3.50. Florida grape fruit, all slze.
$4.00. Cranberries, per bbl.. $7.60; per box,
VEGETABLES Cabbage, Wisconsin,
per lb., lc. Celery, Mtahlgan, per dox.,
ho. Cuoumbers, hothouse, per dor., $1.25.
Egg plant, fancy Florida, per dos., $1.50.
Garlic, extra fancy white, per doz., 15c,
Lettuce, extra fancy, per doz., 450.
Onions, white, In crato, $1; yellow, per
lb., IVic. Parsley, fanoy southern, per
doz. bunohea, 60jy7Eo. Potatoes, Early
Ohio, per bu., 65c Tomatoes, home
grown, per. basks t, 50c Wax beans, per
basket. $1. green beans, per basket. $1,
Hweet potatoes, Jersey, per bbl, $4.t0;
Virginia, per bbl., $3. Rutabagas, per lb.,
NEW YORK, Oct. 28. MBTAI3-Cop-
per dull; tandora spot ana ociooer, .eii
November awl December. $16.9017.15;
electrolytic, lake. $17.62ftl7.S7: casting,
JK.ZMSilT.ai. nn. nrm; pu, wwaw.;!,
October, $50.654100.87: November, $00.69'
50.87. Lead, easy, at $5.00 bid. Spelter,
qulot, at $7.x8-7.50. Antimony, quiet:
Cookson.'s, $10.50. Iron, sttady; No. 1
northern, $18.25018.75; No. 2 northern,
117.25M18.2T.: No. 1 nouthern. $18.60518.75;
No. 1 southern soft, $18.2&ai8.75. Copper
arrivals at New York, 235 tons. Exports
this month, Z1.4A3 tons. Lonaon copper,
weak; spot, 175 12s 6d; futures. 78 2s 6d.
Local exchange sales tin. 10 tons. Lon
don tin. quiet; spot, f231 5s; futures. (23)
10a. iocai exonange siues ieaa, w,w ids,
London lead, f 19 7s 6d. London spoiler,
27 10s. Iron, Cleveland warrants, 06s iW
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 28-METAI-Lead,
steady at 14.90; spelter, dull at $7.43.
nrr Grinds Inrket,
NBAV YORK. Oct- 28. DRY GOODS-
Tho ootton goods markets were nulet to
day with a firm trend. Yarns were tend
ing higher and wero bid for on long
term contracts. Jobbers reported a
steadier business than last year with
most of the trade being for nearby de
livery. fills nnd Rosin.
SAVANNAH, Oct. 2S.-TURPENTINE
ROSIN Firm; types F and O. $3.40.
ST LOl'IS. Oct 28 -WOOL-Steady
territory and western mediums, 234i2Sc
fine mediums, l&tj'Mo; fine, 13317c, '
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Quiet Strength Shown After Early
Period of Hesitation.
READING AGAIN MOST ACTIVE
l'rurs of fnfn ornblc lleelslous by
Supreme Conrt Uxerflse Restraln
Iiik lnfturnite on Trading;
of the Day.
NEW YORK, Oet. 3S. Stookn Wore
qulutly strong today after nn early pe
riod of hesitation, due to such restrain
ing Influences as lust Saturday's bank
statement, the foreign situation and foara
of somo unfavorable decisions by thn su
preme court, tn tho afternoon when
It became definitely known that tho court
would take no action on tho several Im
portant coses now beforo it thu mar
ket more than made up for Its Initial
heaviness, but trading remained light and
professional to tho end.
Reading was again the most active
Issue. Tho tobacco group was conspicu
ous for Its wide fluctuations and oil
shares also manifested strcucth. United
States Steel and coppers wero little more
tnnn stenuy. in ract, tne menu stocks
were under moderate pressure. Earnings
of tho steel corporation for the third
quarter of the year are to be published
after tho close of tmorrow's market. Esti
mates range from $27,000,000 to $30,000,000,
but this flattering prospect seems to havo
The most Interesting featuro or tho
settlement In the Irnton market, where
anxluty was plainly discernible, was the
higher carry over charges ror Americans,
ranging from to 614 per cent. Com
pletion of the settlement Is expected to
hhow a marked deoreasu tn foreign hold
ings of over securities. Paris prices re
flected heaviness and Berlin was again
Call inony rose to C per cent, an out
come of tho dcplv'ed bank reserves, but
most loans were made under that rale.
Tlmo monoy stiffened to 6 per cent,
the hi chest fltmra of the year for sixty
nnd nlnuty duys, with llttlo Inquiry for
The bond market fluctuated narrowly.
Total sales, par value, $l,C90,000. United
States bonds, registered ss, auvauot-u n
per cent on call.
Number of sales ana leading quotation
on stocks wsre as follows:
RftlM. Hllh Low. CIOe.
Arosttunatnt Copper .... 18,100 MS 'S
Am.rlcnn Agricultural ... 100 M M U
Amrlun lleot 8unr.... WW 76S T0l NV4
Amirlcn Cn J,oo 4J 4i 41S
Amerlcta Cn rM too HIS M
Amrlca C, A F M t9V MH 694
Amrla CiKtim Oil 1.W0 Wi 6T
Am. Ire Securities 1'H
Amnrlon Uniwd too IS Hi ItS
American IOcomotlye ... 1M 4S 41 1M
Amsrlcan 8. & II 100 Mtt MH
Am, H. & It. 1M HM 108 103 101 ft
Am. Busar lUXInlnc iOO l!tU K4 114
American T. & T S00 143 lUft 11
American Tubaoco 1,400 S794 Vt S74.
Anaconda Mining Co.... 4,700 (1H it 41ft
Atchlaon 2.MU mk m 1U
Atohlaon pfd SOO 101 101ft 101ft
Atluntlo Uoaat Line 100 139 13 i:
oialtlmora & Ohio l.doo lor.; lo.-.H 101S
Ilathlchcm Steel 100 4t 6; 40ft
llrooklrn )UlIJ Tr 600 90 M KSk
Canadian Paclfle MOO !(3S KO'a SCIU
Central Leather 400 JSft :i a:w
Cheaapeako St Ohla 2.100 lift 81 lift
Cblcaav a. V 4,400 101a !
Chlcaro. M. A St. P.... .SW 110S 10' 110U
Chicago & K. W 100 ISS 1391. 119U
Colorado F. & t 100 87 864 37k,
Coneolldated Uaa 1.100 14U 113 4 144
Corn Products 8.M0 19!i. 1IH Hft
Dulanire & Itudton l7ft
Center & lllo (Irajide Mft
Denver A It. Q. ptd 100 31' 3J'i 3i
Olatlllers Securities .... I.:o0 tl lik IT
Rrle 4.30O 8IU. 36'i 34
llrle let pfd 600 CI 61 ft Clli
Drle Id pfd 41
Oeneral Electrlo 800 lk04 180ft 110
Oreat Northern pfd 4,000 138 137ft 181;
Oreat Northern Ore ctts.. 200 41ft 47 47,
Illinois Central ...... 11
InterboruuKh Met 4i0 204; soft 20ft
Inter. Mot. pfd 700 63ft 04ft sift
International llarveatrr.. 1.100 12S 131 V 121ft
Inter-Marine pfd 100 18ft UN. 19
International laper ..... 900 16ft 14ft 16ft
International Pump ..... 57
Kansas City Southern... 800 ZSft 28ft 28ft
Laclede Oa lOift
Lettish Valley 7,100 175 113ft 174 ft
LoularUla & Nashville.. 600 168ft 168 168ft
M St. P. & S. 8. M. ... 400 140ft HOft 139ft
MlMourl. K. A T 600 28 21ft
Mliwurl. Pacltlo 3,300. J3U. 41ft, :ft
UIlonltl lllecuit 131
National Lead 200 63 6tft 65
N. 11, It. of M. W prd 24ft
New York Central 2,600 116 lHft 116ft
IV. 1., V. O. ...... ..... AO
Norfolk & Western 2,100 118ft 115ft 113ft
North American 400 84 SI 4ft
Northern rauino 6,700 134ft 134 12ft
PaclflQ Mall 32ft
Pennsylvania 1,300 124 113 ft 123ft
People's (las 700 119 118ft 110
P., 0., C. & Bt. U 104ft
I'lttahursh Coal 600 ttft 21 24ft
Preened Sloel Car 200 28ft 38ft 38ft
Pullman Paliips Car 168
lUadlns 17,70 171ft 171ft 173ft
KepuMIO 1, A S 3IW 32ft 33ft 32ft
llepubllo I. & S. pfd.... 200 113ft Ulft 9: ft
Rock liloml Co 8(H) 26 23ft 2Cft
Rock liland Cu. ptd 400 62ft 61 61ft
St. I & a. F. 3d ptd... 200 86ft 36 A6ft
Seaboard Air Line 1,800 19ft 19ft mft
Seaboard; A. U pfd 400 49ft 48ft 49
Sloa-Hhe(floId H. & 1 64
Southern Pacltlo 2,000 110ft 109ft 110
Houthern Hallway 3,100 29 2Sft 29ft
8o. lUllway ptd 600 81ft tlft 81ft
Tenneues Cupper 1,800 42Vk 41ft 42
Teiaa & Pacific 100 26ft 26ft 24ft
Union Pacirio 21, 8(10 110 1(9 170ft
Union Pacltlo pfd. 100 it 9 88ft
United States Itealty.. tlft
United States Rubber 61ft
United states Steel 45,800 lift 75ft 71ft
U. H, Steel pti t 600 111ft 113ft 114
Utah Copper 6.800 tlft 42ft 61ft
Va.-Carolina Chemical .. 400 47 46ft 46ft
wapaan pra ,. wo nt, us lift
Weatero Maryland 800 66ft 66ft 46ft
western union boo ho o is
WestlnthouM Klectrla .. 200 U 82ft 2ft
Wheeling A L. K 400 ft t 9ft
iu eaies tor mo aay, snares.
New York Mciiiry .MurUrl.
NEW YORK, Oct. 28.-MONBY-On call
strong at 41ti4 per cent, ruling rule, b
per cent, closing uiu, w,i per cent: of
ferod at VA per cont. Time loans, jtrong:
slxt yand ninety days, 0 per cent; six
months, bwawt Per cent-
PIUJIE MKHCANTILU PAP1SR-41 per
STERLING EXCIIANOE-Steady, wltn
actual business In bankors bills at $4.8175
for slxty-duy bills and at $4.boS3 for uu
niand; commercial bills, $4.81.
KILjVKR Bar, C3c; Mexican dollars,
HONDB Government, flrraj railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today were
u. H. r(. U. res... 101 K. G Re. ref. 6a... n
o coupon 101 L. H. deb. 4 It!!.. Sift
U, 8. s, res 102ft U & N. unl. U. .. 97 ft
do coupon 101 M. Ijr4 T, 1st 4s.. 92ft
U. 8. 4a, res uo (en. efts 86
AO coupon 113ft Mo. Pulflo 4s 73
Panama 3a, coupon. .101ft do conv. 6a 88
A.-C. lt Ca ctts... 61 N. It. 1U of it, 4fts 88
Amer, Af. 6s. iojh T. C. sr. Jfta.... 84ft
A. T. & T. c. 4s. .ltlft do deb. 4a 2ft
"Am, looacco M,, .14,1 J, if. ji, & ji(
Armour a uo. ia. cr. im MVt
Ateblaon n. 4.... 7ftN. A V. lt o. 4a. HU
do CT. 4a 190 106ft do cr. 4a nj
do cr. 6s 107ft h). Pacltlo 4s B8ft
A. C. L. 1st 4a 94ft Mo im s
Dal. tc Ohio 4a. 97ft O. 8. L. rfds. 4s. ,, tlft
do Ifta llftPenn, tr. tfta 1515.. 4ft
Drook. Tr. or. 4f... ao con. 4s iom
- t . .....WITS
l,ea. u& u. m. .....v7s ..-"viius sen. is, .. 9814
Can. Leather ts Kft B. L. & S. P, it 4a T7U
Ches. Il Ohio 4fta Mft do fen. I MH
do ronr. 4fts tl Bt, L. B. w. c. is., sou
Chlcag-o & A, tfta. . 65ft H. A. U adj, 6. . 78U
C. B. ft O. 1. 4s.... MftSo. pac. col. 4 81ft
do ln, 4a 95 do cr. 4a uii
O M ft 8 P cv 4fta..l0 do 1st ref, 4s... t3V4
oo nr. as si uo ten, 4a tiu.
11. ft It. CV. 4s.. tlft do CT. la. !S
D. & It. O, ref. (s 83ft do 1st ft ref. 4' tin
Distillers' 6s 73 U, 8. Rubber s. .1014.
Brt ' "S" 8. Steel Id t....lolft
do sen. 4s 76ftVa,.Cr. Chem. Ca.
dp CT. 4s, awe. D. 77ft Wsboah 1st ft ei. 4a 67
IlX Can. lat raf. 4a 93ft Wetern M4. 4a... M4;
Inter. Met. 4fts tlft Weat. Eleo. r. U . HU.
Il'ialnri Htuok Market.
BOSTON, Oct. St. Closing quotations on
Allouex 40 Mohawk toft
Aroil. Copper ISftNarada Con 21ft
A. Z. L. ft 8 81 Nlptaainc Mines .. 8 '
Arlsons. Com. ...... Ift North Hutu lift
II. li ft C. 8. M. ftM,rlh Uki J
Cal. ft Arliooa.,... 77 Old Dominion ..., 69
Ol. & Heels (47 Oaeeola 105
Centennial ltftUuluoy to
Cop. lUoie C C . tfftmmnnon .,..,,., 14
Kaat Uutta C, M lift Superior lift
Pranklln ... .. 10 Superior & U. M . 1ft
Olroox Con. 4 l-lfTamarack- 40
oranby Voa. 60ft I 3, 8. It ft M 4..ft
(Ireene Cananea 9ft do pfd 60
Isle Koyale Copper lift I lib Voa. ,11ft
Kacr Lake .......... tftUUa Copper Co.... (1ft
lake tVeper 14 Winona
1a tfnlle ommr .. tftVelrertrie
Miami itiriHT ...
New York tlnlfc- Storks.
NKW YORK. Oot K.-CloflrtK quota
tions on mlulng stinks:
ti Tassel sleek.. H Meaiean sss
do )Me 14 Ontario teo
Cr. Cal. A V M OHilf
lrrm ailter Ite stssdaM ie
Lradtllle Ceo, .... 14 Yellew Jacket M
Utile Chlet I
v-t.-w vnm.' rv.t m r,nTrli,',reT)V Vu.
tures market closed steady, net 1 point
higher to 6 points, lower. Kales, JiaM
bags. Bpot coffee, quiet: RJn No. 7, lto:
Santos No. 1 16'ic Mild, quiet; Cbrdovm
N'KW YOIUC. Oct. 2S. -COTTON-Stxit
ckved quiet; middling uplands, U.2o;
middling guir, 11, wo; saies, iiaies.
MBW YORIv. Oct. 2S. SUaAlb-Raw.
nulet: muscovado. !S test. 8.N'0. centrif
ugal, !W test, 4.00c; molasses, S9 test. S.0J
Becker Tolls Story .
Which He Contends
is Worth Acquittal
NEW YORK, Oct. 2S.-The story which
Charles Becker, tho former police lieu
tonant convicted of the murder of Her
man Rosenthal, says ho wanted to tell
on tho stand at Ills trial, was related
In detail today by Becker from his celt
In tho Tombs. Had ho been allowed to
tell this story, ho claims, tho verdict of
tho Jury would havo been different.
Booker talked for two hours. Ho de
nied that "Raid Jack" Rose, who was
tho stiito's chief witness, whs his "graft
collector," declaring Rose was his "stool
plgoon" who furnished evidence on which
he mado scores of rnlds.
RugnrdlnK his finances ho asserted hn
never possessed more than JJ3S.fO0 at one
time. Ho explained In detail tho sources
of this money.
Booker said Hose never asked htin for
money for his services. Eventually Uo
learned why, whon Rose told 1dm that
he and Rosenthal were going Into gam
bling imrtnorshlp, Rose reminding tho
nontenant of tho gratuitous services ho
had given and asking Immunity from
Later, Becker continued. Rose told him
that Rosenthal had broken faith with
I1I111 and had won Jtl.OOO from him at
gambling. Then complaints against tho
resort began to reach Commissioner
"I am sure these complaints wcro
written by Rose, or Inspired by lilm,"
said Becker, and ho doclaral that tills
broak between the partners was tho be
ginning of Hose's enmity against Rosen
thal enmity which led to Rosenthal's
determination to. "squeal" and later to
a gambler's plot, the outcome of which
was tho killing of Rosenthal.
Bursts Before Race
STUTTGART, Oermany, Oct. 28. An
hour beforo the tlmo Bot for tho inter
national balloon racu for tho Gordon-Bennett
cup, tho American balloon Kansas
City II, exploded while being filled. No
0110 was injured, although the pilot, John
Watts, was standing nearby. Tho cuusu
of the explosion has not been learned.
The French entries protested against
Dr. Broeckolmann, who hod bfen named
In placo of Lieutenant duriekio'. .tyiwna
killed In a balloon cxploslpti , over Cjros-.
senliuln, sovcral days ao. Tho protest
was allowed mid Brocckolmanu'n balloon.
DusEoldorf, was placed at tho disposal of
Watts for an attempt at a record. He
was not permitted, howovor, to contest
for tho cup,, v
Ucrmany njrt United, Stat os thnraforo,
were each represented by only two con
testants, tho latter by John Berry, "Mil
lion Population" and H. IS. Honcrywoll,
Tho raco began tn the prcftonce of tho
klniT and queen under favorable oondl
lions. If thero Is no change In tho up
per nlr currents thn balloons should be
In tho vicinity of Cologne tomorrow aft
ernoon. Prom thore they will head
toward tho Mecklenburg coast whore they
will possibly meet with stormy weather.
BT. LOUIS, Oct- 28. The woman wlio
was found Saturday morning nuked and
murdered In the basement In an unten
anted house, was Identified today as
Bridget Calnahan, G5 J yours old. She was
supposed by friends tp have had consider
able money and It Is believed that she was
murdered In an effort to get possession of
the largo sum she was reputed to have
carried on her person.
The woman was born in Kerry county,
Ireland, hut hajl lived for years Iu St.
Louis. Hho had no home, but hud worked
at vurlous places hh housekeeper and care
The body was found Saturday through
a mysterious note sent to the police.
Train Kills Man
Sleeping on Track
PRBMONT, Neb.. Oct. 2S.-Charles Mlr-
rot was run over and Instantly killed
by Burlington freight No. 81 this morn
ing. Mirrot, It Is believed, went to sleep
on the track. His head was cut off
and his body badly mutilated. He was
freight checker at the Northwestern
transfer depot and was 47! years old.
NEW YORK STATE INVADED BY
350 DEMOCRATIC SPEAKERS
NEW YORK, Oct, 2S. The democratio
national committee announced today that
SM speakers would be put on tho stump
In New York stato this week, for the
conclusion of the presidential fight. Kach
of the three leading parties are to have
a demonstration in Madison Squaro Gar
den during the week, the progressives
Wednesday, the democrats Thursday and
the republicans Friday. Leading speakers
of ull three parties will cover the city
and state during tho time intervening be
FAMILY ATTENDS CHURCH
AND BURGLARS ENTER HOME
The manufacturing plant owned by
Leo Orotte st 1KB Hurt street was broken
Into by thieves Sunduy night and seven
cases of 81 zi were taken. Thieves en
tered the home of R. M. Arnold, 21H
Bancroft stiect, wlilla the family was at
church nnd stole $10 worth of Jewelry
Entrance was affected by cutting out a
pano of glass.
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Large nnd Prices Are
Steady to Lower.
HOGS TWENTY-FIVE CENTS OFF
Sheep nnd l.nittbs In I.nrRP Receipt,
While nemnttd Is Knlr nnd Trndn
Rrnsnnnbly Active, lint Ten
to fifteen Loner,
SOt'TH OMAHA. Oct. 18. 1912,
Receipts wcro Cattle. Hogs. Hheop,
Kstlmatn Monday ...13,000 4,uoO MAW
Same day hist vrok...l2,0 3,614 4S,7,.D
feline 3 weeks ago I4.7S4 2,471 ,
8nio J weeks ago 11,977 1.7M SS,17
Same 4 eok ago S.SSl 47.785
Samo dny last year....lt,V7S 2.WJ ;W,3tW
The following tables shows tho receipts
of cattle, hogs nnd sheep at South Omaha
ror the year to date as compnrod with
.?.t.,ycar: mi- wn- 111 I,eci
Vttltle .134,110 W4.MH 14U.4S4
J,4ta,U3 1,0.47,610 476,512
hh,V.ep a..a i.i,w w,
lho followliis table shovta the range of
prices for hoes at South Omaha for the
last few days with comparisons:
Date. I lili, imi.llIO,ltt.W.llK)7,IHO.
5 87 14
6 701 C 13
& 47 C 13
5 39 6 13
ft 45 (i 1(1
Receipts and disposition of live stook
at tho Union Stock yards for twenty-
..v,... viiuiiik ieriay at o ciock
maiil ITU CARS.
M. K. .."wwiwlivm
Union Pni'lrin . rt
14 . 71 'j
13 M 6
3 .. 1
1 .. 1
Gl 139 10
C. & N. W east... 1
C. N. W.. west.. ICO
C. St. IV. M. O.. 4
O.. R. .fc O. nnut..
C. R. Q ves..S77
C R. I. .V P.. east. 9
. R. I. A P.. west. r.
Illinois Central .... 3
cm. ureut Western ..
Total receipts 512
rv. , . 1 - tin.. CU...
w , x.ti,i,u. aiuftn. ouoop
IVforrls jr P. . . . ,..io a
----- ..' 1 .h, S.VIO
Bwlft Co 100 KA 2.6M
Cndahy Packing Co.... 7il 1.1C0 3.2SS
Armour & Co 092 1,131 8,907
v, x, vKusant wo a ,,,
lmnion. Vunsaiit A 1 mi
Ull &, Son..,..., 432 ,.
B. Lewis HO .....
lustoh & Co ... 231
I. B. Root & Co 1!
I. H, Bulla 160
t If. lltlsc 1U1
Roscnstoolt Bros sin' ,,
MoCrenry A Kellogg,. Kl
Werthelnier & legen.. C82
II. P. Hamilton 277
Rothschild & Krebs... 05
Mo. & Kan. Cult Co.. 103
i:nnn & unrisiio........ in
Other buyers l,6M Xi,W
TotnlH ..8,t .1,093 25,111
OATTL1-Reoellts were verv larco this
mornliig. running nvou larger than last
week, though smaller thn 11 two weeks
ago. As compared with a year ago there
was a gain of closn to 2,000 head. The
quality of the cattlo was not overly good,
a cousldorahlo protxirtlon of them looking
iih.ii ciraiiMip siuii. At tne same tdno
that receipts wero largo at this point
other markets wero liberally supplied, so
that the general feeling was lower. In
consequence of this buyers wero Inclined
to move cautiously, making the market
slow and dull at tho opening. In fact,
tho forenoon was wait advanced before
enough cattle had changed hands to
reuiiy maae a markut.
j-acKors evidently wanted a lew good
beet steers and tho market on thn bnttnr
grades was reasonably active, while prices
wore cioso to steauy, on the other hand,
the medium to common grades wero slow
all day, with the market weak to 10c
i Opws and holfers 'ore not very active,
saitvmen as a ruin Holding ror steady
pf)sis, whllo tho feeling umnng buyers'
was weak. In the end Bomo of tho best
cows and heifers sold at tirlaes not far
from steady, but tho general run wus uny-
wnero trom weak to 100 lower.
Strictly good feeders wore tar from
plentiful, and they held up tibout steady
with last week. Tho medium to fair
grades, as well as thu common and In
ferior stuff, was slow, and in many cases
all of 10a lower.
Quotations on native cattle! Good to
choice beef steers, .2f4JI0.O0; fair to good
beef stuors, 17. i!TJi 8.2,1; common to fair
peer steers, vt.iwiwi good to choice
heifers, J5.WVfc0.4O; good. To choice cows,
JS.4Olf0.30; fair to good cows, $4.30hC.SO;
common to fair cows, $3,004(4.30; good to
choice stoclcors and feeders, li.iiM.a,
fair to good Blockers and feeders, $5,761
6.2S; common to fair Blockers and feeders,
M.G0SC7S; stock cows and heifers, 4.0W
fc.W; veal calves, 4,"W(8,75; bulls, stags,
Quotations on ran go cattle: Good to
choice beef steers. )6.rjO&8.30; fair to good
beef steers, Id.OOHfi.W; common to fair
beef steers, 6.2f(U!.00.
No. At. Tr. No, At. Pr.
7 eol 1 it
BTOCKURB AND PBRDBRS.
10 414 ( II t 4M t M
No. Av. Pr. No, Av. Pr.
23 steors.... 003 6 65 13 feeders,. 640 B OS
6 calves... 820 8 75 .
18 steers.. .,1140 7 30 9 steers.. .,1083 6 70
HOaS Packers dealt tho hog market a
staggering blow this morning. For the
lust two months they havo been waiting
putluntly for tho tlmo to coma when they
could do things to tho hog markut. Dur
ing the first half of last week they broko
it 3Wj40g, but It took a lot of hard work
to gut It down that much during the whole
Wbek, because receipts wero not overly
lurgu as compared to tho buying demand.
This morning conditions wero ripe for
the packers to do their worst and tnoy
did it. Spuoulators bought a few loads
tarly at a decline of lOulCc, paying
arouna I8.iuzfs.ia for most of them ana us
high us 18.25 for the best. Speculators,
however, took only a few and dropped out
and loft the puckers to buy tha bulk of
tho day's receipts ut prices around 2Tc
lower than lust week's close. Packers
purchases were largely ut 13.(033.10, with
a few loads at IK.lfi, The trade, as a whole
was very unoven and it was possible to
pick out loads that looked no more tnan
lOo lower. Salesmen made a hard fight
35a lower. Salesmen made a hard fight
to maintain values, but It was simply a
question of selling at thu decline noted
or Keeping the hogs.
Without u single exception for fifteen
years packers havo succeeded in breaK.
Ing the hog market during October so us
to get prices down beforo the opening of
the packing seuson, November 1. The
break this year has come later than usual
owing to moderate run of hogs earlier
In the month and to the very good buying
demand, but It has oome at last. Packers
are very bearish In their views and if
the receipts continue large thoro can be
but llttlo doubt but what they will con
tinuo to pound tho market.
No. at. Sn, Pr No. At,
,.. I 10
...404 ... 7 S
....154 ... 100
,...m h iw
ill . . 1 to
....111 110 too
US UO I 09
....111 1 Q I 00
....111 .. t 00
41 214 140 I 10
17 25? SO I 10
IS 1(4 ISO I 10
77 140 2C0 I 10
II 103 ... t 10
17 Ill ... 110
.171 40 01
40 I 06
40 s 00
40 I 05
to I OS
... I OS
... I 05
to 1 os
71 217 110 I 10
75 Mi 110 I 10
S fcl 200 I 10
tl 174 SO S 10
.. I 10
.. s is
to I IS
41 144 ISO I OS
47 Ill 100 a 01
...isi tto 1 nvi
IU 40 S 10
. ... 1074s
.111 140 I 0I(,
44 241 110 I 20
41 204 ... 120
II. .,.,..271 ISO I 15
44 147 110 I V.
140 s 10
S04 ... I 10
l'lUH-4R)DS AND 12ND3.
IS 117 . . 7 107 14 ... ( SO
IS,. K . . (SO t 17 ... I 28
50. - 17 ... 36 11..,. ,1SI ... 7 28
51. ... 71 .., I 26
KHEKI' A deluge of sheep and lambs
showed up on tho market this morning.
thn receipts being larger than a week
ago, much greater than two weeks ago
and considerably In excess of tho supply
on tho same day Inst year. As usual whert"
tho receipts are so largo the first hours
of tho morning wero entirely taken up
In securing und getting tho offerings into
Selling shape. While buyers wero around
us early as usual looking over a great
deal of the stuff as It was coming Into
tho barn, very llttlo If any business was
done early. Slow trado and lower prices
on other markets was reported early In
While a liberal supply of killing stock
was on hand, 11 fairly iictlvo trado was
dona during tho forenoon at a general,
decline of ltxfflSo on both sheep and lambs.
The pscker buyers apparently had fair
demands for anything on tho fat order
and In consequence a good sharo of tho
receipts was disposed of fairly early In
the day. Among the first sales were five
loads of rango lambs that brought lU0.
and about two cars, thit sold as high as
!t.iV). Several bunches of ewes sold at
13. M. Not much was doing In feeders
early In tho day, A fair number of buy
ers wero In from tho country looking' tor
Quotations on sheep nnd lambs: Lambs, 1
good to choice, J6.00ii(C.Kl; lambs, fair to"
good, ttl.aMT6.li0i lambs, feeders, t5.3Mp.l25.
yearlings, light, t4.SMie.10; yearlings,
heavy, t4.StVjH.70; yearlings, feedors. t.1.75.
4.10.00; wethers, good to choice, t3.85JH.20.
wothors, fair to good, t3.3M3.S5: Wethers,
reeoers, H4nn-; ewes, gooti to cnoice,
t3.Sr.lfd.8o: owes, fair to good. 13.10U3.35.
ewes, feeder. W.104T3.4S; owes, yearling
breeders, t ttWd.OO; ewes, aged, t2.753S.S0,
cull sheep and bucks, t2.BOU3.00.
No. Av. Pr.
M Nebraska, wethers .&0 360
2t1 Nebraska yenrllngs. feed'rs 6S 4 70
4R9 Vtah ewes 101 8 20
JW7 Wyoming lambs, feeders.. 45 B 28
356 Wyoming lambs, feedors... X& 6 00
23 Wyo, lambs, feeders, culls. 31 4 00
CHtCAIlO LnSTOlJlC MARKET
Receipt Pair to Heavy nnd Price
n I.lltle I.tnver,
CHICAGO, Oct. 2S.-CATTLK-ltecolpts,
21,000 head; market steady to 1& off;
beeves, S5.36ffll.00; Texas steers. $1,4036,70.
vf.ti.rn steers. S5.r4WlD.25: Strieker and
feeders, $l.55$(7.40; cows and heifers, ,2.7Mp
7.34 ; calves. SG.75CrlO.00.
IIOOS Receipts, 40,0(10 head; market
weak to 3vMf35o off; light, 17.453U0!
mixed. S7.tVHIS.20; heavy, tT.rtWUO: rough,
S7.W7.Sl)i pigs, Il.7Bjt7.26; bulk of sales,
HU 10101' AND IsAMUR-nncclpts, V.,000
head! market open steady, closed weak;
native, t3.aoy4.50; western, S3.65rll.W;
yearlings, $I.M?6.65; lambs, native, S5.00W
7.00; western, S5.25tf7.00.
Ht. I, outs Live tltoclc Mnrkri.
BT. I-OU18, Oct.' 2S.-CATTLUV-U0.
celpts, 1,000 head, Including 4.600 Texans;
market steady; native shipping and ox
ports steers. SR.OOiilO.GS; dressed rtnil
butcher stoors, SB.4018.C6; Blockers and
feeders. 3.7MW.B5; cows and heifers. S6.G , ,
4J8.60; canners. t3.75tH.00; bulls. 4.00rr.60;
calves, Srt.00rtl,35; Texas nnd Indian
steers, $1,504)7.26; cows and heifers, $3.2
HOC1S Receipts, 11,000 head; market 151?
25o lower; pigs and lights. $rt.HKtf.25:
mixed and butohorB, S7.H01TS.35; good
heavy, S7.80H8.35. , ,
8HIS10P AND LAMBS Receipts. 8.000
head; market steady; muttons, $4.0044,30!
lambrl, lfl.0O7.M; culls and bucks, 1S.0O1S
S.25; stooUers, $2.75dT3.B0.
Kitiisa City Llvn Mtovk Market.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. IS.-CATTLIO-Ro- '
celpts, 20,000 head, including 3,000 south
erns; steers Btoudy to weak; cows strong
to 15o higher, dressed bcof and export
steers, S8.M310.75; fair to good, $.Ws.25;
western steers, $5.00119.50; stookcrs and
feedors, Sl.50ifr7.60; southern steers, $t.'-tVti
0.00; BOiIthem cows. $3.44OTp5.O0: native
cows, S3.35fp1.C0; native heifers, $5.007.BO,
bulls. $4,004(5.25; calves, $6.008.75. . ,. n
1100(3 Receipts. 7,500 head; market 15
2Bo lower; liulk of Bales, $7.858.15; heavy, 4
SS.00U8.16: packers and bUtohers, $8.00Q.16j '
llilitn. X7.75rr8.06: 1)1 KB. S5.75fT7.00.
BH1DBP AND LAMBtJ-Rocolpts, 14,000
head; market Bteady; lambs, $0.25ff7.0.
yearlings, $4.rf6.W; wothers, $l.COfH.B0;
ewes, $3.6011 1.00; stockors and fccderBj -a
Ht. .Joseph Live Htock Market. '
HT. JOSI2PII. Oct. 28. CATTLB-Rov -
celpts, 4,000 head; market slow; steers,
$0.7BfIliO.BO; cows and heifers, $3.25i(S.75l
HOCIS Rocelpts. 3,200 head; market. 16d
lower; top, $8.30; hulk of Hales, $8.0&3&2);
fllflBRP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4.200
lioad; market slow; lambs, $6.)ff7,35.
Ntnok In HlRbt.
IkTXUII'iri u s. II T ' Ukuvsk ttiu si f v t 14
olpal markets yesterday:
r',,lll, irniro Oh..n
South Omaha. 13,000
Kansas City , tW.roo
Ht I-011 Is 10.000
Sc. Joseph 4,600
TotulB R.OOO C5.700 120,200
Are Struck Blind
By Peculiar Light -
ANDERSON, Ind Oct. 28. Nineteen
persona are' reported to havo been struck
blind as a result of gaxtng at a light
caused by workmen welding eloctrtcal
appliances on trolley wires today, ac
cording to local physicians who were
called out of bed to treat tho cases. Bev- ,
eral who saw tha light wore not stricken
until a few hours later
John Hugel of Hamilton, O., who Is
horn visiting his mother, was playing
cards In a lodge rpom, when ho shoved, a
back his chair and exclaimed "I am
going blind." He was assisted to tha'
homo of his mother and had not re
gained his sight tonight. Practically all
of the nineteen reported to physicians
were kVpt In dark rooms all of today.
A local eyo specialist said tonight that
In each cuso attended by him the Insldo
of the eyelid was greatly Irritated. Ho
gavo as his theory that the peculiar rays
of light given out by tho welding process
caused tho quick development of bac
teria, already lodged in tho eye. and.
Boy Falls to Death
in Lincoln Church
LINCOLN, Oct. 23. A seventy-five-foot
drop in a construction elevator In Draco
Methodist Episcopal church Sunday
caused tho death of 12-year-old Robert
W, Schaepe, Son of Mr, and Mrs. R. W
Schnepo of this city. The accident hap
pened at noon, Just as tho congregation
wus filing from tho temporary tabernacle,
across the street.
COLDER WEATHER ON WAY;
ALSO WILL BRING RAIN.
WASHINGTON, D. C Oct. S7.-Tem-peratures
below the seasonal normal and
frost In the southern states are to be
oxpected during the coming week, accord
Ing to the weather bureau's weekly bul
letin. "There Is a strong probability of frosts
in the southern states," says the bulletin,,
"following the passage of a disturbance
that Is now over the southern Rocky
mountain region. This disturbance wjll
advance eastward, attended by general.,
precipitation; It will cross the plains,
states Monday, the mtddlewest about
Tuesday night or Wednesday and thtr.
eastern states about Thursday.
"Anothor disturbance will appear on tiio -north
Paclflo coast Wednesday or Thurs-
day. Although the season of storms In. '
the West Indies Is about at an end, tho
barometer Is low over the Carlbben sea
and there are some Indications of a d'gi
turbance south of Jamaica,"
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