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niB BEE: OMAHA, SA'ITKDAY, XOVKMBHR J, U1...
. C.'TV 1U()1,-TY Mil st.r..
This Is a "-room. "-story and
nttlo frame house, built ono year
cny one Mock from the car
1. is. eltautirull decorated throughout
having front vest 1 ule, large living room
with beamed celling, llreptace. bullt-ln
bookcases, stationary settee, Rood sired
dining room, with paneled walls, plnte
rail and bullt-ln china cabinet, den or
s-in room, lavatory and toilet, convenient
pantry and complete kitchen first floor.
food slied bedrooms and sleeping
porch, also up-to-date bathroom on sec
ond floor, clothes chute, dressing mirrors
In each bedroom. ,
Oak finish first floor. w.hltt enamel on
second and oak floors throughout. Btalr
way to floored attic Storm sash to all
Full cemented basement: furnace, heat;
Iot 4x135 ft. on paved street, surrounded
by new homes.
Ready for Immcdlato possession with,
put any expense. This I an excellent
liome at a right price and- It can be
bought at a bargain. Investigate 1' In
terested, George & Company
Tel. D. 7M. yg City Nat Bank Bldg.
5 and 6 Rooms
$3,600 TO $4,100
At south west comer of 49th and Burt
fits, we have Just completed three bunga
lows that are strtcty modern In every
detail and have novel features not found
In tho averago houses of this size and
price. Kucli house Is finished In oak In
hall, parlor and dining room and has
bookcases In base, bullt-ln buffet, paneled
walls In dining room, combination light
lng fixtures (lighting fixtures will be In.
stalled as soon as house Is sold and pur
chaser may select thepi). Bast front lot,
sodded, paving paid on both streets. Go
out and look them over. Nothing In Dun
dee as good for the money. Can make
Payne & Slater Co.
, 816 First Nat Bank Bldg.
A New 7-ltoom
In Kountze Place
Southwest Corner 21st and
RAftnr.Bfl tn 14 4IYI tnf nutV malm. Tli.
Ot IS CO Tent, fmntlni? nn Pnennnr Br anil
14 feet fronting on 21st fit Paving all
?ald on both sides; nicely terraced lot
louse has entry hall, dining room, liv
ing room and kitchen on first flOori three,
bedrooms, bath and sleeping porch on
recond floor; stairs to attic Oak floors
on both first and second stories, first
floor is finished In oak excepting kitchen.
Has pressed brick foundation; first-claw,
plumbing and heating throughout; built
of tho very best material mid workman
ship. If you want a good homo in' a fins
location, close to school and car line at a
reasonable price, be sure to look at this
)t A STINGS & IIEYDRN. lfiU tlarney St.
i-Mnr a. nvxt 11 x, a n ns run s M.v.
CI.ltAH, level eastern Colorado land,
priced right 320 acres up, to exchange for
merchandise or hardware stocks. Trader
need not answer Box 117, Falrbury, Neb.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Both Snap and Buying Orders Lack
ing in the Wheat Pit.
LONGS COME TO CORN'S SUPPORT
Farms Near Omaha
ITS acres. Improved, very productive
lanj, 11 miles from Omaha, ttlO per acre.
160 acres,' Improve!, creek bottom land,
on paved road, 9 miles .from Omaha, 190
lfiO acres, extra fine, on Dodge street
paved road, 1260 per acre.
Land fVk n Ahni. a..-,. .l,nU. 1- - -1 1u..t
113.50 per acre. A good buy for use or
J. H. Dumont Co.,
Tel. Douglas 690.
1903 Famam Bt.
RelecteiT western Nebraska land.
Can offer ten fine quarter sections.
Oood farming land In Morrell county,
Nebraska, at .18 .to t20 an acre. It you
want & groat bargain, co out with ma
Saturday, November 1, and look It over.
iianroaa rare rrxunaea ir you buy.
QBO. N. HICKS.
19 Chamber Oommerco Bldg., Omaha.
CHOICE form 320 acres, S miles from
good town In Kimball count. None bet
ter. Most all level valley land, best of
soil; $18 per acre, 12,000 cash and balanco
payments to suit. C. Ii. Lockwood, Kim
FOUND ANOTHER HOMBSTEAD-32.
acres, 20 miles out; In settled neighbor
hood; fins farm land, not sand hills.
1'rlce $176, filing fees and all. In corner
of Colorado. J. A, Tracy. Kimball. Neb.
FOK BALK-MO acres fine rich valley
land about IS miles west of Dalton, Chey
onno county. Neb., at tU an acre. Write
owner. P. O. box 257.
BARGAINS ijsToHIO FARMS.
135 to J0 per acre. Write us today for
farm list. J. B. Rice A Co.. Warren. O.
5.009 ACRES In large and small' tracts
of Pittsburg county, coal bearing, farm?
lng, fruit and pasture land, In pros,
ptctlvo oil and gas belt; 10 an acre. For
particulars write John E. Cavanagb,
LAND for sain) corn wheat and al
falfa, IIS to 1100 per acre. Write us.
Eddy Real Estate Co... Eddy, Okl.
SO ACRES IRRIOATED LAND In
Yakima valley, with ample water right.
Will raise 7 tons alfalfa hay or 70 bu.
corn per acre first crop. Two miles from
either Northern Paciflo or Milwaukee
roads. Ideal stock and dairy ranch.
Write owner, T A. Noble. North
Corner Near 28th
117" ft east front, paved, 4-r. down and
2-r. up, water and gas. Bam and chicken
CLOSEMN EASY INVESTMENT.
J2.575. " CAN LEASE HOUSE THIS
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1016 Omaha Nat. Doug. 2715,
Kvnlngs H. S3S or IL 5134?
2 BIG BARGAINS
I have a 240-tt. stock, grain and alfalfa
farm close to South Omaha that I will
sell cheap, on easy terms, or I will sell
a part and lease the balance for 5 years
to a strjctly first-class farmer, It In well
located ' and equipped. I have also a
eo-acre farm, near Missouri Valley, la,,
that I will sell at a bargain on easy
terms. Ed B. Glbbs, 636 South 30th St.,
Omaha. Neb., ' f '
Holster Up Weak Spots In the Yel
low Cerent's Market Strength
nnd Throw Off Attnrk of
, OMAHA. Oct XI. 1915.
Not onlv iiuh hut hiiv-lna-. nrrter were
lacking In the wheat market yesterday,
and fractional recessions wore suffered
for the day. Considerable pressure was
to be seen during- the first hour of the
session, but as the wheat thro-Vn Into the
Pit was fairly well absorbed, tho believers
in lower prices were cautious about at
tempting to break lvalue hv maklnc lib
ihe lack of buying power caused by the
fact that many of tho larger shorts cov
ered on Wednesday and most of them
paid the highest prices reached. 4t was
fashionable for these some people to put
out short lines yesterday and they wilt
probably stand on these lines for a profit,
and there Is a possibility of another dis
appointment over taking them before they
are many days older. It would be well
jor tuose who are known as enthusiastic
bears to abstain from putting out heavy
short lines under present conditions, as
some of the strongest men In Uie country
are long on wheat In the Chicago market
and, believing It Is worth the present
price, they are certain to have resting'
orders In the pit on the buying side
around certain levels. Professionals In
wheat continue to act as one man. When
the more conservative traders ore seen on
tho buying side they are followed by a
goodly number of buyers, and when they
take the selling side they are also followed.
Those In the wheat market at Chi
cago and elsewhere who are anxious to
see prices advance will not allow any
Piece Of bull mwi cina their notice.
Cash wheat was tttflo lilgher.
Lorn as supported on the weak spots
uy ma larger longs yesterday who In
turn sold on the advances. The market
Was an enav nnn trk Mntil h,ti,. t
lack of pressure from the bears, as well
as froni the country holders of cash
D.u.,.. vain vuru whs uncnangea.
Uats rulltml nrn a inw.hl. tt.. -i
i - .o hid vivnc
t? B'I1nPat"Y the other grain, nl-
li.rm nun Bn easier market enrly
li the session. Cash oats were un
changed. Clearances! Wheat ami rim,.- .
Sie.000 bu., corn, l.uw bu. and o&ts, 11,000
higher and corn, W5Td lower.
Primary wheat receipts were MTi.000 bu.
and shipments ot 2,561,000 bu. against re
ceipts of K71.000 bu. and shipments of
J.063.000 bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were 301,000 bu.
and shipments of 343.000 bu. against re
ceipts Of .114.000 bu. nnd shlmnents nr
141.(00 bu. lost year.
primary oats receipts were G&8.000 bu.
and shipments of 1,1CT,000 bp. against re
ceipts of K8,0W bu. and shipments of
1,080,000 bu. last year.
tart X'j build
line puiiaing lots
near tne car lln
city water, cood
LOWN. II A WEltlf
iwiuicut interest; you can start X'j
ub eoon as you pay your dollar.
. . H. IJ. HARPER.
lOU-14'Clly Nafl Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 2KW.
FOB SALE BY OWNER "
4913 OMcago street, Dundee, S rooms,
cold Bleeping room with heated dressing
room, open fire place, the real thing;
bullt-ln bookcases, oak floors throughout,
oak finish first floor; birch second floor.
Built for home. If not sold by Dec, 1, will
rent for $46 per month. Can be seen any
H, W. MORROW,
Phones: Days. Doug. 4960; nights. H. 3130.
' TWO fine lots on West 'Famam Hill.
Just off Farnom street, for X3.7S0 each If
sold together. Hicks, 219 Bd. Trade Bldg.
NEAT NEW BUNGALOW.
1333 South 21st St., C-room, strictly mod
ern and up to dato In every way; full ce
mented basement: fine east front lot. Six
130; nicely sodded; walking distance;
price only $2,750. Exceptional easy terms
tan be arranged, or lot as part payment.
100 McCajrue Bldg. Doug. 1GG3.
TO BUY. SELL OR RENT. FIRST SEIJ
JOHN W. ROUUINB, 18U3 FARNAM ST.
REAL ESTATE. -
FARM X UANUU I,A,VU5 FOR SAI.H
WHY not come to a country with the
soil, seasons, climate and health? W
can give you all of these. Write us for
particulars. Moore Realty Co., Prescott,
POR SALE 3J0 acres Saskatchewan
farm land, 2i miles from market town;
LOO people; 270 acres cultivated; Improve,
ments gocd; fine location; a bargain;
X31 per acre: payments reasonable, Ad
dress iRJKeller, Viceroy, Bask., Canada,
BEST IOWA BARGAIN.
W0 acres bottom land In Harrison
rounty, Iowa, XSO per acre. Three miles
from river. About all good sol) 'farm and
pasture land. Over ICO acres has been cul
tivated. -jaKen unoer foreclosure. Might
consider part exchange. Send for plat
nnd description. Address 3D Baldwin
31k.. Council Bluffs. la. '
FINK lying 160-acre dairy farm, rich
hardwood timber loam, no sand; over 100
acres In cultivation; running water, large
substantial buildings; great , corn and
clover land; Vfa miles from thriving Pine
county, Minnesota, town on Northern Pa
clflc. Old man forced to sell and 1J3 an
acre buys the farm If taken at once; half
cash. A wonderful bargain.
1M acres near above, three miles from
town, good buildings; J2C for quick sale;
half cash. ,
W level acres, rich soil, good small
buildings; one-fourth roll to school, four
miles from above town; ta an acre, half
cash. Have many such bargains to show
you If you will come at once. Read this
CO-OPERATIVK REALTY CO..
COURT BLOCK. ST. PAUL. MINN
FORTY acres. 11.800. '
Highly acres. KOO0.
Eighty acres. X5.500.
Close to market, schools.
K. Z- Terms.
For full particulars address
L. M. PETERSON,
WANTED TO BUY Pit S1CLL It .E.
DO YOU WANT TO SELL?
We have a number of calls for 4 and 6-
room cottacefl. SlOoi) tn tirnn nn
terms. If you havo something of this
nature and wat tcfUcll It oulck, see'
PAYNE & SLATER GO.,
CthFloor Omaha Nat'; Bank.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS of J1.000 una up desired on -improved
real cttate. Large sums a spe
cialty. W, II. THOMAS,
CMBtate. Bank Bldg,
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 OMAHA NATIONAL- Douglas 7i
CITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg Co..
310-312 Brandeia Theater building.
MONEY on hand at lowest rates Tor
loans on Nebraska farms arid Omaha My
property In any amounts.
II. W. HINDER.
823 City National Bank'Bldg.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros.
HARRISON A MORTON. 816 Om. Nat.
Jioo to J10.000 made promptly. F. D.
yeau. veaa mag.. i8tn ana Farnam,
GARVIN BROS. ?a" UP-
Omaha Nat. Bank.
tt. aim warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam Bt.
WANTED City loans, peters Trust CoT
WANTED TO BUY.
Rachnmn will treat you right: best
"r turn., ciointi et snoes. W. 6148.
B. SHAFTON buys men's cloth. W. 6478.
WOULD like to get In touch with a
Party who has a C or S-room house for
sale, to be moved on a vacant lot. Ad
dress. K 121. Omaha Bee.
GOOD second-hand cash register. Call
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
HAVE customers for 6, 0 and 7-r. homes.
Osborne R. E. Co. Doug. 1471. Omaha Na
tional iianu mag.
LIVE HTOC1C MABKE1 OP WEST.
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Have
mlleago and shrinkage. Your consign-
luciiii iG.Mic A'lujui'fc auu -iireiui atleQ'
Live Stock Cuiniulaslon Merchants,
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
iDuluth , 239
Omaha I..,., 22
Kansas mty 43
St. Louis fil
The following cash salos were reported
--Wheat: No. 2 hard winter, 3 cars, Sic
No. S hard winter, 1 car, JiSljc: 1 car,
8114c, No, 4 hard winter, 1 car, 78c. No.
3 spring;, I car, SI Vic. No. 2 mixed, 1
car, 81c. No. 3 mixed, 2 cars. Sic. No.
4 mixed, 1 car, 78c, No, 3 durum, 1 car,
77c. Oats: No. i white, 14 pars, SSUc; i
cars, &8c No. 4 white, 3 cars, 38c. Re
jected, 1 car, 86c. Corn: No. 2 while, 1
car, 70o. No. 3 white, 4 cars, OSVic No.
2 yellow, 4 cars, TOtfc. No. 3 yellow. 1
car, 70ic; bi cars, 70V4o; 1 car (new), 03c;
1 car (new), esfto. No. 2 mixed. 3 cars.
70c; 2 cars, J)o: 1 .car. G&'.ia. No, 3
mixed, 1CH cars, 70c; 2 cars (part pew),
COVio; 1 car (new), GSc. No. 4 mixed, 3
cars, 68ip; 1 par, SSVJci j r c$o; I car,
Omaha Cash Prices Wheati No. 2 hard,
SOVMJSiUj; No. S hard. Wi'tc; No. 4 hard
77UC0c; No. 2 spring, 1081Hc: No. 4
wuwk;: no. nurum. 75r7Sc;
No. 3 durum. 76Vtfi7Tc rorn! Nn. s whltn
70c; No. 3 white, COVlc; No. 4 white, t3W
60c: No. 2 yellow, Vo; No. 3 yellow, 70U
70Vic: No. 4 yellow. pRfiBUc; No. 2, 69$
nt mark, rases Included, 24UtfSHo; ordt-nar-
firsts. n-Jf2V; firsU, 3onJto,
CHErVtE - Higher, daisies, lMTH-c;
twins, 14H4H4c; Americas, 154113(r; long
bonis, 154il3.io. t
xnw Yonic ;i:mciia7. markkt
Qnnintlnns nt the Dny on Various
NHW YORK, Oct. 31-FliOtJR-Flrmer;
spring patents, SI.3MTI . winter straights,
X4.10ft4 20: winter patents. $t.401KP;
spring clears, JI.0ftW4.30: extra No. 1,
winter. S3.fl.7li; extra No. 3, winter,
tS.CfS0. Kansas straights, J4.1OJt4.20.
WHEATVSpot, firm, No. 2 red, 97c,
nominal, c. I. ,f. New York export basl
and 9SHc nominal, f o. b. afloat; No. 1
northern Duluth, 97UP, f. o. b. afloat.
Futures firm: December, WTici May. PSSo.
HOI'S Quiet; slate .common to choice,
1P15. U5e30o; 1912. S&ffcso: Paciflo Coast,
1I8, 702c 1911, 5M27C,
HIDES-Stesdy! Bogota, 3lH2Hc; Cen
tml America. S2Hc.
rETROt.EUM-Steady; refined. New
York bulk, I.V25; barrels. S76; cases. 1,123.
WOOI-Stcady; domestic flccee XN
CORN Spot, steady; export, 80c, f. o. b.
OATS Spot, quiet: standard white. 4S
4fic; No. 3, 44lf.Sc fancy clipped white.
HAY-Qulet; standanl. tl.CHCtS No,
L, No. 2. SScOtI W; No. 3.
L10ATHER Firm! hemlock, flrsU, 29$
CCXWIOc; seconds, Z&QWc.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady: mess, Ji3.2o
n.Mt family, IZl.KvfiOT.OO; short .clpnr,
fl9 7igSi.0O: beef, steady; mesf, 117 W
18.W: family, 9.0itr20.00. Cut ments.
steady; pickled bellies. 10 to 14 pounds
average. S13.nO0lS.OO; pickled hams.
M.OOtfH.SS. iArd. Btcody; middle west,
llO.7oeiO.SO; reflnel, easy; continent. IU.J5;
South American. 112.10; comiound, steady,
TALLOW Sternly city, 6hci country,
6liSic; special. 6ic.
BUTTER-Steady; receipts. 7,3M tubs;
creamery extras, 32fWc! firsts, rTHflittc;
seconds, 2,Mi27c; creamery, held extras,
3it31ci firsts. 27HIlc! seconds. Wc!
state dairy, finest. 3011310! good to prime,
27S29C. process extras, 24f27c: Imitation
creamery, firsts, :5U34c. factorj', J"ne
make, flrst, 2c, factory current make,
firsts. 23140; packing stock, June mako,
No. 1. SSVic
CHEESE Steady; receipts. 7N boxes;
state, whole milk, white or colored, spe
cials, 15ttlH5io; state, whplo milk, white
or colored, overage fancy, l&tto; skims,
HQ GS Firm; receipts.' 7,420 casus; fresh
gathered extras. KSSo; extra firsts. 33
fr84c; firsts. SOIc; refrigerator, special
mnrks, fancy, season's charges paid, 2714
Cruse; firsts, IC'Miinc; nearly hennery,
whites, fine to fancy, W$jc; nearby hen
nery, gathered whites, fcOflWo; western
Slithered whites, SSQ40a.
POULTRY Dressetl, dull and weak;
?--eh killed vtstcrn cr.uil.en. 13IT3c;
fowls, 144i'19l4c; turkeys, sprlnjr. 22g25c.
Kansas City OraJn nnd Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. It. WHEAT
Cnh: No. 3 hard, MftftSo; No. 3, 824J7c;
Na 2 red. taiWic; No. 3,-,7Jj89V4c.
CORN No. 2 mixed, TS'.tc; No. 3. 7ZHc!
No. 2 white. 7307814c; No. X. Ilfto.
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT-Uocember, 82Uc; May, 87UO
CORN December. 7MiO,T0T4oi May, 'So.
OATS No. 2 white, 41iv No, t mixed,
BUTTER Creamery, 30o; firsts, 28c;
seconds, 27a; packing stock, 22a.
EOGS-Fli-sts. 30c; seconds, 20o.
lHJUiyrRY-Hons, HHcj roosters, to',
ducks, 10c; springs, 114c
Minneapolis Urnln Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 31. WHEAT
No 1 hard, Sfltoc; No. 1 nortlurn, M'4rt
SGttc; No. 2 northern, s2UjJ84Vo; No. 2
haul Montana, 83Hc; No. 3. WVi5rtt'4c;
December, SJUc; May. SSViJISSKt.
CORN No. X yellow. 6S4J0c.
OATS-No, 3 white, ?Aa3ic
St. Louis Rrncml Sfnrket.
ST. IXJUIS, Oct 31. WHEAT No. 2
rod, 96906'sc; No. 2 hard. 83i4Uio; De
cember, 8c; May, 2Hc.
CORN-No. 2, 74Wc; No. 2 whlto, 74V4C,
December, 71'.4c; May, 7314c.
OATE-No. 2. 40f(40V4e; No. S white, 4tc;
December, 40Vtc; May, 43V4c.
BUY Irrigated land. Take no more
thanct. on drouth. Five tons alfalfa,
forty bushels wheat, eighty bushels oats,
sure ctoks even' year. tl j0 per acre
land and permanent water right Jl.W
down. VJto for fourteen years, which Is
less than rent Interest per cent.
Write Valler Farm Sales Company, Box
J0J8, Valler. Mont
Oils and Rosin.
NEW YORK. Oct. 3l.-ROSIN-Quiet
TURPENTINE Easy; machine, barrels,
uAVANNAH, Oa., Oct. 3L-TURPEN.
TINE Firm, 42c: sales, 440 bbls.J re
celpts, lit bbls.f shipments, 304 bbls.;
stocks, 31,141 bbls.
ROSIN-Flrmr sales, 2,114 bbls.; re
ceipts, 2.401 bbls.; shipments, J.S32 bbls.;
stocks. 13,6S0 bbls. Quotations: B. c.
1 and E, t3.0; F. G, 11 and I. XS.60Sfl.65;
K. 84.25; M. S4X084.55; N, X5.4S; WO, WJO
NEW YORK, Oct. 31COFFEK-The
coffee market was lower In sympathy
with easier European cubles and reports
of rain In Ilraill. First prices were
steady at a decline ot IS to 18 points. The
market ruled generally oasy undr
liquidation and trade selling. The close
was weak, 16 to 21 points net lower, De
cember, 10.36e; January, 10.4Se; March.
10.74c; May, 10.9io; July. 11.13c; Sitem
ber, llJic. Slot. quiet; Rio, No. 7, l&9io;
Santos. No. 4, 13c; mild, quiet; Cordova.
NEW YORK. Oct. '1. -CQT f ON -Spot,
steady; middling up-andJ, 14.1c; gtlf,
tl.S5c. Solas VJCO balwi.
Cotton futures cloied firm; December,
J3.47c; Januar', 13.47c; March, J3.47c; May.
13.48c: July. RJSc.
X.1VERPOOL. Oct 31. COTTON Spot
quiet and easier: middling fair, s.Kd
good middling. 7.7W, mlklllng, 7.fi!d; low
middling, 7.4ld; good ordinary, 6 75d; or
dluary, C.4id; ries, 10,000 bales.
tlmalin Hay Market.
PRIRIB HAY-Cholce upland. Xo 1
tll.Afrl2.t; No. 2. UUOfiU.W: No. X, J7.(4r
.; i hole midland. Tio. 1. tll.00n.i0;
No. !. UMXtUM, No. a. t7 009.00; ehoiee
lowland, No. 1 8" OOfrf.00; fC,,, j, tl VHt
8.W. No. 3, J6.0O87.to.
STRAW 'hote nat or rye, ti.Cae.00;
Choice wheat SSOOSjCW. '
ALFALFA -Hioire No. 1, SH.Oglfi.00:
No. .', tU'WliH.W, No. S, f!0.(ai2W.
70c; No. t. 69U0faV4c; No. 4, 67JI6Sic; no
k ru.no. towc. uats: no. z wnite. sswi
X9c: standard. 3SUfJ8; No, 3 white, SS
SSUc; No. 4 white, 3Sc. Barley: Malt
ing, wjnuc: Jo, i reeii. 476bc. j;ye: No,
2. WiCtttej Np. X, wgt&Hc.
CHICACO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trndlna nnd Closlus;
Prices nn Board of Trade,
CHICAGO, Oct. 31. Wheat today
showed strength largely because of null-
cal falling off In world shipments. Clos
ing prices were steady at a shade to 4c
jiet advance. Corn lost HOVio to ?io,
and oats UOHc In provisions thi mar
ket In general finished with a range TVic
off to J2V4o up. October pont wns nn ex
ception, being hammored down 7Rc.
Total world shipments of wheat were
only 8,900,000 bu., against 2.695,000 bu.
last week and 11,634,000 bu. a year ago.
Other bullish causes that started prices
sharply upward at the outset Included
the tightness of December contracts In
tho English trade.
Receipts northwest were smaller. There
was a renewal of uneasiness over weather
and crop conditions reported from India
Private cable dispatches from Buenos
Ayres reiterating hat the outlook was
for at least an average yield of wheat
led to a temporary setback In prices
here. The effect was Increased through
bearish announcements In regard to the
progress of the winter crop In 'the
United States. Such reasons, however,
did not appear to have a lasting Influ
ence, so that bull sentiment was again
uppermost ut the close, with the Decem
ber option especially strong,
Corn was sold heavily on account of
weather more favoralijo than had been
looked for. At times, though, the market
bulged in sympathy with wheat and In
consequence of Improved Industrial and
shipping demand. Sales by the country
were notably small and current arrivals
Canadian oats wore belnir brought here
to store, and meanwhile were being
hedged In Uie pit by sales for May de
livery. This process more than offset
the fact that rural shipments of oats are
extremely light nnd that tho ,.. i.
outbidding Chicago in a good share of
lime which usually markets
Kxcept for liquidating sales of nearby
deliveries, the provisions trade averaged
stronger. Grain Interests took more of
viioiiiiKB uiun usuaj.
CJoelng prics of options:
Liverpool Grit In Mnrket.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 31 WHEAT Hoot,
firm; No. 1 Manitoba, Cs 10V4d; No, 2, ,Ca
10d; No. 3, 6s 8d; futures, firm; Decem
ber. 7s Sid: March. 7s lHd: 11 u v. 7s isiri.
CORN-Spot. easy; American mixed, Cs
a; ruiuros, i-a i-iaia. easy; r.uvember,
4s 7Ud; December, 4s 9Hd.
Metnl Market. '
NEW YORK. Oct. SI.-METALB-Uad,
ijuiei, x.waf.tui i.onuori, im jut ta. tspul
ter: Quiet M.SOiM.M; Iondon, 120 s. Cod
per; Quiet; Btandard spot. 81S.624 bid; No.
verhber, Xl&62l4ai6-37tt; December. tlfi.CO
i.i.3ft; electrolytic, jiu.s.v; iuko, 417.oou17.2j:
. i i .T rrv:. 1 r r r. Tt , nni.t, ...l ,
WMM.ia, V.Vw,, aw. ,v, , '. ' ...... , IVL u-iiti
November. tJ9.7MJ40.2p: December. t39.7ftj)
40.37H. Antimony: Dull; Cookson's, tl.CO.
iron: uuiet, uncnangen.
London markets closed as follows: Coo
per: Finn; spot, 73 7s 6d; futures. i72 2s
6d. Tin: Firm: snot uw: futures. list
Iron: Clevelnnd warrants. Els 3d.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 31. M ETALfiLead !
aieouy, J4.i!4. peiter. Mcauy,
Dry Goods Market,
NEW YORK. Oct. 31. DRY GOODS
f oreign woois aro oeing douriii iiiierniiy
for clothing and dress goods purposes.
Carpet wools were steady und firm to
day. Cotton roods and cotton yarns wore
BUHUiy to Iirm. own lllCBVUlllltra weru
liONIKlN'. Oct. 31.-SHEEPSKIN8 A
sale of Capo of Good Hope nnd Natal
sheepeklns was held today. Thoro were
420.000 pelts offered; 200,000 were sold.
prices generally were unuiiauceu to ;t
higher; short and shorn skins ranged Ul
CHICAGO LIVE BTOCIC MARKET
Artlclel Close.) High. I Iw. CloseTYeTyT
Corn. I I I
May.hmrSI 71; ' 70T4
Oats. I I I
Mny.l42T4U4S 43Q43V4 42rB-'4
PttrK. I I l
Jan.. 19 PC
Jan.. 10 62M
Jan. 10 CO
20 1214 20 00
20 17i 20 10
110 G6-S7I 10 (50 110 -C5f 10 6214
v o-yi i-Miiu HU-bz: 10 SO
72V4f 10 60 f 1 C5 JO 62'4
10 ,li 72-7-110 770;i0 77-SO
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
h 4' ii.......S,
Cattle ReoeJpts Very LfclTt and the gj
Trade Slow, but Steady.
HOGS HVE TO TEN CENTS OFF Jj
. . s
rat Sheep nnd I.nmns Actlrc an
Fifteen t Thlrly.l'lvp IIlBher
for the Week Feeders
SOUTH OMAHA, Oct. 31, 1U.
Official Thursday ..
Cattle. Hogs. FheJ:
. . 7.305 X.MM SV951
. 4 MS
Five days this week.tt.Ott
Snn davs last wk rii aii
ame days wks. ngo.a',M7
Sapie davs S wks. ago.30.lN;
Homo days 4 wks. ago.S4.70S
oumo oays last year,.3Z,?33
The following table sviows the receipts
ef cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for the year tt
dato as compared with last year:
1911. 1HS. inc. Deo.'
Cattle ...... 810.161 IW6.26I ... . K.100
Hog 4M3S,7!M 2,7.0iX5 . .. 34S.225
Sheep .......2,7SO,t20 2,t7,lM 212..HM .......
Tho following table shows the range ot
prices for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for tho last lew days, with
IM T ?t, 71 Ml IK : it
T 7v, or, ut 2o 7 :i
W !H (W, M T Ti
.. : 7 m . ..ate u t n
p t TO J ... 7
1 t 17 ... i ... 7 .
19 1 1 . . . . sn . tn
M MS 7 7 St . . 1 7 Tt
nt m 7 w w ih w in
1M T 7 M 7 TS
U ... T Tt W X HO 7 74
HJ 3f 7 TO U . . . ISO . . 7 M
h IW Ih 7l frit m 7U
im .0 7 ft i m 1) 7 (
.74 .. ..to M T Tl 257 II t
. .. tkl 1M ,7 70 St M SOI T M
te vn ... 7 to tt sTi o tw
ft .... SM 1 7 70 ef. lit W 7
( 118 IN 7 rtH 4( 1U W 1 14
M7 fO 7 7tS Tt ... SM ... 7 H
It. ... m IK ; TSS.
It 1H ...
l Ill ...
is. ..... in ... iw ia t .. 7 on
1 II US ... 7S 14 ... . lot . .
SI.'. II .... 1C6 ...
JT.ilO 111 101 . .
0.705 Ml 1 . M 4 Ill ... 7 Oil
G727 It 7 V. 110 ... 7 00
ilt Ill ... 7 10 II 74 ... 7 00
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
(With Call Money Fluctuating Spec
! ulators Show Caution.
RATES FOR FUNDS TIGHTEN
nate. I IWI, 191t 11911. MlO.ll009.ll!OS.lr07i
4 18 2
4 2 4 ..
7 27 .. 1
34 11 20 'i
1 1 .. 1
K 73 JS 3
Receipts nnd disposition of live stock
at the Onion stock yards. South Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at 3 o'clock
V. -M. Bl, I'.
C. & N. W east...
O. & N. W., west...
C. Kt P. M. & O...
C. R. &. Q., east
C, U. & Q., west
C. It I. & P.. east..
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris & (Jo.... ,.
Swift & Co
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour & Co ,
J. W. Murphy
IJncoln Packing Co....
Hill & Son
F. U. Lowls
Huston & Co
J. II. Root & Co
J. H. Uulla
U F. Huss
Worthclmcr & Dogen.,
Mo. & Kans.-Calf Co..
flnrt'rtv ......... .......
Other buyers SIC .. 470
189 1,273 M
21.1 1,675 1.7C0
4S0 . 2.173 hit
SHK13P It was another gool. strong,
nctlvn market 011 a light supply of both
fat shenp 11 ml lambs. An a matter ot
fact, there Tsern hardly enough fat offer-
li cs to ludlcnto any material change In
the trade, but what were on sale sold on
tlio ihis us Hireauy nniii. l ew, it any,
range lambs were- at the disposal of the
wickers, as the offerings consisted mostly
of native or corn fed stuff. Prices ranged
anywhere from t5.801i'7.IO, which was tho
way tno buiK or the sales were made yes
terday. The supply has been meager most
of theh.-ek and closing prices Indicate an
advance of anywhere from l5o to 3.V. over
thnaa ut last wivk'n close. Trade has
been very uneven and on several days
the packers have been ouiigevi to compete
with the feeder buyers on offerings that
heretofore have been selling to go to the
country. , , ,,
Tho mutton offerings were principally
range mid fed wethers and changed hands
largely at 4.754if.Oi). the latter price being
paid for a double-deck of fed stuff sold
to nrrlve. Anything in the line of mut
ton has also been In urgent request on
all days this week and tho supply has
i.nn llttt belter than usual, both ns
to site of receipt nnd as to quality. The
improvement In values has been IMipDo for
the week ann as in m n wi mini-,
i mjn verv Irresrular.
As often Is the case at the end of the
week no material clvonge was evident In
feeder vnlues from yesterday, though the
offerings did not move as readily and
.1.. .1 .l .lid not seem ns broad Quo
tations arc about where they were a
Quotations on sheep and lambs! Ijunbs,
good to choice, t7.OO4T7.40i lambs, fair to
good, X8WW7.W. "";i cull", -2V?.u,i
nmba, feouers, .wo.joi "" iifVi?
15 2JC.6; yearlings, heavy. t4.5fl.3i;
MarVlnt. fseders. t4.BOff5.SO; wethers.
'.i.niM il 7Ma. 60: wethers, fall
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red
WGWio; No. 3 red. &lVMi03Hc; No. 2 hard!
S7yio; No. X hard, Ciia7c; No. 2 north,
em, fcSfcSS'ic; No. 3 northern, SG-SWio,
No. 2 sprlnjr. SSii'Sc. No. 3 spring, iVo67c
velvet chaff. S343S8c. durum. hOinitec
Corn; No. 2. 73c; No. 2 white. 73S73iAo. No
2 yellow. 72173 Vic: No. 3, T29nc. No. 3
, wnue, liT.iiiK, r,o. yenow, JTritfTSiaC
Itiats No. 2 white. 4J3ll'Ac; No. 3 whltt
XOUy-tOVjc; standard. 40HO41V- Rye: No"
14.00.50; clover, tlLOMrii.O). Pruvlaluns
1'ork, 113.76, lard. flO.Sffc; rbe. tlC204S
HITTER- Firm . creameries, 24CUC
l'OTATOBt-Steady, receipts. 62 csrs
Michigan and Wisconsin, 7076c, Mlime
sota and Ohio, CHi'iSc
Wl'ITltY Steady, higher, springs,
13e fowlw, lJHc. turkeys. lie
K30iS- I'nsettled, receipts, i.VC rases.
Cattle SIimt, .Steady Hon Wcnli to
CHICAGO. Oct. 31-CATTL.K-ReoclpU,
2,fO0 head: market slow and steady;
beeves, X6.00S9.70; Teias steers, fS.707i7.Wh
western steors, Jtj.dOQW.10; stockers nnd
feeders, .r.CO,i7.r0; cows und heifers, 13.35
tlS.20; calves, t6.fjOaiO.76.
HOGS Receipts, 24,00) head; market
weak, CQ'lOc lower; bulk of sales, n.Wa)
8.15; light,. t7.C5QS.15: mixed, M.KWSXf,
heavy. t7.5&86.23; rough, t7.5Vd7.7C; pigs,
SilUUP AND LAMR3 Receipts, 17,000
head; market openod strong to 10c
higher and advance lost; natives, UMiy
o.Ul; western, xi.wjt.u; yeanmgs. fo.ivu
6.00: native lambs. W.00ij7.r; western,
Kansas City Live Hlock MnrUrt,
KANSAS CITY. Oct 3l.-CATTL.B-He.
celpts, 3,0u0 head: m u rile t stendy; prime
fed steers, fi-fXJ&.&O; druised beef steers,
X7.2rS.75; westorn steers, JC.2i)fi.f0; south
urn steers, tC.Uft4Hi.76; cows, t4.2597.25;
t5.504r7.00; bulls, tl.COtfC-60: calvee, J0.00
HOGS Receipts, 6.0U) head: market
steady to Cc lower: bulk of sales. t7.G0ft
7.15; heavy. t1.rom.W, packers and
butchers. t7701T7.; IlBl-t, X750O7.E3, pigs,
fillKBP AND LAMnS-Roeelpts, 1.000
head; market 10Q25c higher; lambs, 37.00
437.1.; yearlings, .36'Bti.00, vrethera, t425
15.00; ewes. ,4.00J4.W,.
St. I.onls Mm Stnok afarket.
ST IXI3I8, Oct. 31.-OATTIB-R-cclpts,
3,500 head: market steady; good to
choice steers. t7.10y'7.85. Blockers and
Tenders. i.'4flW; cows and heifers. t475
t.76; bulls. t6.s5fir.75: calves, KCW.W;
southern steers, t.0j37.76; cows and
h 1.1 fern, t4.VX.evS
HOOS Receipts, 6,500 head: market loo
lower; pigs and lights. WJMtfr.tZ: mlxrA
and butchers, t7 7536.15; good heavy, KU)
SHUKP AND I.AMHS Receipts, r.lMil
head; market Co higher; muttons, tl "Vff
4.(45; yearliiigu. t500.j.O0; lambs, t5.3Str7.6-!.
Kt. Joaeph llvr .Stork Market,
ST. JOSKPH. Oct. 31.-CATTL.B-Ke-
1 eelpts, iUj head; market steady; steers.
V.wv.li oows ana neuers, w.wtjvw;
1KX1K HttcelptH, r,.V.O head: market
weak to 5c lower, top. t7 90; bulk. .7.604
HHKBP AND liAMB -Receipts, 2.500
head, market steady, lambs, tt 5087 50.
Key to the Situation -Ha AOvertUIng,
CATTI.K There were only 55 cars of
cattlo reportod today, which, ns a matter
of course, was not enough to make very
mish of (i market but It was plenty
large enough for a Friday. As usual this
lato In tho week the trade on all kinds of
cattle was slow and devoid of interest or
new features. Tho receipts for the most
part consisted Jot a few scattering loads
nnd odds nnd ends of most everything
oxoeRt really desirable stuff. Whero buy
ers happoncd to wont something they
paid fully steady prices, while In other
cases tho markot was weak.
Most of the offerings changed hands In
very fair season In the morning. Holders
of the few cornfeds hero did not think
that they got out to as good advantage
as yesterday. The market, however, 011
cornfeds from now on Is likely to be
more or less of an uncertainty, as Is most
always the case at this season ot the
year. This Is tho time when shortfeds aro
coming In and no one pretends to bo
able to tell what they tiro worth. Kven
the buyers bid us 'much as 50c apart on
the same cattle. This means that th4
market is likely to be vory uneven from
day to day and In consequence both buy
ers nnd sellers must bo wldo apart In
There were no cows, and heifers of con
sequence this morning and no fresh re
ceipts of feeders to amount to anything.
Speculators, however, had qulto a good
many feedora on hnnd, for which thero
wap a fair country demand juid prospeqts
aro that the yards will be well cleared by
to morrow night
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
cornfed steers, t8.609.h,; fair to good
cornfed steers, tS.00Ko.50; common to fair
cornfed steers, t7.5Jgs.oo; fair to 'choice
cornfed yeurllnga, 4S.25ln.l3: cood to
choice range steers. t7.30-ifS.00: fair to
good range steers, tfl.Srytr7.30: common to
fair range steer, K-00j.6J; good to
choice cornfed heifers, ta.5O2i7.50; good to
cholco grass heifers, t6.OOiff7.0O: good to
choice cows, t.003J.0; fair to good
grades, i5.2&iitOj; common to air grades,
I3.254fp6.25; good to choice stockers and
feeders, X7.t037.75: fair to good stockers
und feeders. IO.50fl7.WI: common t,, f.. 1-
stockers and feeders, ti.75U0.50; stock cows
mm neuers, i.D(u.id; veal CU1VCS, W.5O0
8.75; bulls, slags. eU, t5.25SW.60.
No. Air, rr. No. At. I'r
I IW 7 W u..... uid i s u
? I: ? !. m 5 to
... .-V 1 t. ......
1 MM 4 (0 1
14 M IM I
2 1010 C 10
I til 4 75 1
1 714 6 W t
1 11W I 2a 1
2? ? J 7
,,.,..770 7 X, 1 lfo SCO
8TOCKK14H AND FiJkDURS
It 471 S tl
o. Av. IT. No. Av.
1 UUIl IWM b Ol
4 cows SOU 4 40
2 row.,,u 770 4 76
.1049 t m
1040 5 to
. W 4 00
tJO ( r
X heifers... 7W
7 cows 914
2 cows 740
: er.&Utrn m
56 stotrs.. . 21 hi Z t steers. .. Stl COS
21 cows 681 6 15
1 1 1 in . . . . . ....
iiuub-a imiiy iiiH-rai rriuay run
nunou ui 11110 inoniing, uUuUt 73 Cars.
or s.iOU head, belnr reouried in irnr ..
five days the total la S.an. nearly 1.50)
larger than lust week, but over 4,t
Biuiuier mun 1110 corrcspoiullng days of
Advices from other points were dlscour-
bkuhj, na me local market proke Bharply
Uuyers were slow In starting out. ami
when first bids wore made the prices
quoted wore fully 541 0c aud In some cases
ivo tower, neuers 111a not intend to mak
so large a concession without a fight
but with u fair-sized supply in ulrl.t
erythlng waa In fuvor of the buyers, and
aiior noiaing 011 lor uooui un Hour sales
mn sturted to out loose at UUWa decline.
'li sue more or less druggy all the
way wiruufcii uiu me lorenon wus well
adunced before u clearance was effected
Hulk of the sales was made at 17.703
7 75, with qulto a sprinkling of light stuff
on down tho Jtne. Some good butcher
weight stuff rtuched 17.6.'., just a nickel
eiow nut nun a ui yncr,
I'D until today the market has been
In good shape all week. Receipts were
very light, and after today's sharp break
values still show a gain of Fj15c over
tne close or tasi wreic
No. At. Fh. Tr N11. At. 8b. Ir.
(2 ....1S JJ 7 X 11 . HI JM 7 7l'i
7 Wi 140 7 (1 ', Ml IW 7 74
W ... .tat II 1S HO It 7 IHi
tt.. . IS) 40 7 tn 71 IIS ttl IBU
II U4 119 7CC II M IX
ti IB 111 7 It (4 . . Ill 7 7
VA IW 78 .... SH IM 7 71
tl ) It 4 H IITTt
M . Ill 114 1 H te . HI M III
I! lit 11 7 U It !M no ? ;t
14 XI H . 6 70 141 IW 7 71
"I Ml 7 41 .XI 4 Ml 7 7S
11 tn io 7 it '1 at m iio 7ts
II .11 311 Jllj "0 Ml iM 7 75
to koo.1. t4.75W6.00; ?tw"s 'S4iS?
ewefl. fair to good. tS.lie.: ewe", teea
fJ.SMf-l.t8: cull sheep. t2.0O4.:S.
No. Av ii
225 Wyoming wethers W J;
142 Wyoming wethers "
HPN'11 HBVinW OF TRAI1B
Kvlurnne of Recession Cpnflned to
NHW YOR1C. Oct. 31 Dun's Revlow
will say tomorrows
tsvlilitneea of trade recession are con
fined to Industrial lines, strictly hiercan
tlle conditions remaining favorable. The
nuinttnnarv tendenev In Iron nnd steel
has become rather more marked, further
price concessions bring announced nnu a
sluckenlng of operations noted at sumn
Through Uie process or lowering quo
tations, new demands have been stimu
lated In certain directions nd consump
tion Is well maintained, with hopeful
vlows expressed regarding tne ouuook
While the report of tho leading pio.
ducor for the September quarter did not
qual expectations, with one exception,
tho net earnings exceeded all provlnus
records for the period and a substantial
a-aln was shown over last year.
Ijibor- troubles still exert nn aaverso
effect In some Industries, but -cotton
irouds manufacturers aro well engaged
and values reflect increuseo nnnness us
a result or tne uiun cost or 1110 raw
Kullurea this week numbered 29il In the
United States, acn nst 289 last ana thirty
In CHimda. compareil with twenty-four
u year ngo.
llllDSTRl'!KT,9 THAIIIS IXEVIBW
Activity Ju llollday nnd "Winter
NI5W YORK. Oct Xl.-ilradstreot's
will say tomorrow:
Trade .currents still run Irregularly,
with actively tending shift -from first
hands to final distributors. The rush of
fall trade at primary markets apparently
reached Its xenlth two weeks ago a nit Is
now lessening, but there Is more doing
uy interior jobbers, who find that cool
weather and crop movement have stim
ulated retail trade t
BPeclal mention Is had this week uf
activity In holiday And winter goods.
'mere is a very general consensus of
opinion that October distributive trade
has fully equalled that of tlio like month
a year ago.
1 In Industrial lines the feature Is Uie
further uuletlnir down of demiinil for
Iron and steel. There Is a more quiet
tope In Industry generally, and possibly
more Idle labor than at any Urns since
jiuhiiirss failures for the week were 277,
which compares with 257 In 1312.
Wheat, Including flour, exports from
the United Htateti and Canada for the
week nggrogute 4.10U.3yj bu.. UL-alnat
,4!'8,n5 bu. last year.
RKPORT 4P UL,nAKIN41 JIOUSb'
Trnnsactlons ot Aaeoalatecl Banks
tor fjbe Week,
nhw Yoinr. rw. -ii
bunk clear! riir tnr th !& lr Anillnm
lor bIuk an aggregate of t3.1M,
423,009 as against a U,KS.iS9,W) last week
und, t3,463.34U.j5 in tho corresponding
Weakness I'rnnounrrd In Sputa In
Monti MnrkeC United Stntes
II 0 nd I'nrhmmrit nn
NRW YORK. Oct. 31. With call money
fluctuating between 6 and 10 per cent to
day, speculators were not Incline.! to
deal heavily In stocks. Renewals were
mado at 6 per cent, compa.-ed with 5 per
rent yesterday, and the rato men rose to
10 per cent, tno highest or tho year. 01
ferings were enlarged nt this figure and
the mnikot relaxed. The high point to
day marked tho stlffost rate for cull
money since last December, wticn :z per
cent was quoted.
Honkers spoko nt the flurry In call
money as of only passing Importance,
duo to conditions not unusual at this
period of the year. With the November
1 payments of dividends and Interest out
xf the way, It Is expected tho market
win relax to a normal basis. Tne triect
of collections for tho November settle
ment was "nereased by tne calling1 01
loans to arrange for payment of t?0.000.-
000 Intcrborough Rapid Transit 5s
called for cntlrement. Incident with tho
rise In call money, thero was a tighten
ing of rates for time funds,
Jn tho face of these conditions In the
money market .the stock market ac
quitted Itself well.
Speculative sentiment again was p(s
slmlstlc. Affairs in Mexico wore upper
most In influencing tho growth of the
leatish sentiment. Mexican Petroleum
broke 7 points. New York Central's
decrease of nearly 1 1.000.000 tn September
net earnings anil New Haven's falling
off for the quarter of 12,220,000 tended to
depress the railroad list New Haven
convertible 6s touched a new low record
Weakness waa pronounocd In spots In
the bond market, In which the movement
In genornLwas downward. Total sales
par value, tl.fi,000.
United States bonds were um-hnliBcd
gal. litis. !. a.
AmalrmuUd Ooepor ... U.eoo 71
American Heit Sitcir.jt ......
Aswrlian Out s.roo "TO
Aawlciui Can pM. ...... 1.X0O 00
Amorloan C. A IT
A.erlea UMlon Oil...
Am, lr BerurltlM 1. ...
Aturrluui MoMon ...... t!00 10H
Americas toe lootl, ... ......
Amtrlnun H A U 400 H4 KM
Am. H. a It pfd ....... .. .....
Ati. Sour lUrinlni...,.
Ametlrtn T. c T.. ...... 700 111 HON
Anacena Mlnlns Co. ... 700
A-lintlo Ooiurt I.ln...., tl 111
naltlnior a Olilu I0O HU
IK h'elimn BtMl 200 10M
llmoXlrn JlapM Tr 00 st
thnaa an l'aclf 0
Ovntral tmthar ....),
CTheupnika & Ohio
Ctaloiro O. VT
CJilaan. M. Jt Pt. P....
Ctalcaso N. W
Oolorado Kual A Iron..
t4uiaotllatil (laa ......
Dnfr Hlo Uranila,.,
DatiTfr . n. O. rid.,,..
liUllllara' Hoourltla ...
1-41 .. ,.. . -...,.
hrla lit pfa
nil in prd....... .....
(lanerat Klactrlo WW 110
(lr.at Nor hern ptd 1,000 12m
(I'f.t Nortbarn Or ctta. S00 l!H
Iltlnola Onlral J, 100 104
Intarfcomuih Met. .,.1.. 400 14H
Inlar. Matt. pM 100 C7i
Intarnatlonat ltarfaaur.. too 103
Kamai Cltr Houthtrn,. ,
uciea ua ,
l.ahllh Vallar 400 W,i lMU
tnu'avir A NaahTllle ,
M., (it 1, a It. Nt. M
Xlltowrl, K. fc T .....
Xllraourl lacltlc 1,100
Natlnal Lead , ,
n. it it. or m. ai rra
(.too ujt; zuii lust
6oo tiu xirt aiti,
400. 101 10014 101
... .. II
K-) tl I7H
SlW 12IH 111
2.800 ni; 'iftl
St I-oiils ,
Kansas City ...
Hun Kranoifco. .
OMAHA ... . ..
Indianapolis . ..
8lt J.ka City..
yultuy. Ill ..
Nw York Central
n. r. u. ft v
Norfolk ft WVttrn
Northern 1 cldo
p., c. r t. ia.,..
rraaaed fllwl tJar...
l'ul'roan Palao .Car,...
tUpubllo I, 8
Jiecutt I. a b. nfil
'Mk liland Ct
Ilnrtc ta'aiid Co. pfd..,.
W- 5. P, P. Id ptd...
Peaboard Air tin
Benboard A. I pfd
loaa.hn aid . ft I...
Fouinrm Itai ir
t. Hal'utT pfd.,
Trias a paalllo
rnlon I'ar tlo dm
I'nllad Plalra llr.lt. .
Unllwl a-(iM itubber.
ITnll'd Ptilaa Pteal..,.
V H. MhI nM
Va -Ciroltna Cliemlral
,VtMtfrn varrland ....
Wh-ollns ft l.ka Crl'!
100 20 soi tn
tOtl iti 4I4
v n.sco 1I0 . 1(0
4.7X.rtV I tl 1
Srtr York Money Mnrket.
NRW YORK. Oct. ai -MflNB-.V-r.,, -.11
Wrong; CdtlO per cent: nillnir m 1 it
ceilti closing, JW per cent. Time loans,
firmer: sixty days, 4ViQG per cent; ninety
cent ! "-01th. fcQG per
PRIMi: MICRCAJfTir.n riiiri n
- . jtti7iuj
Mi per cent
dTDRDINO EXCHANnpW.nl,. . cw-
for sixty days: KX& for demaad. Com.
merclal bills. tl.SOVi. " -om.
HLUViSIl liar. LMir! If.Tlr.n
UONDS Government. mtrnAv
htavj'. " "'"
Closing quotations en bonds today wars
V. 8. ret. X. rf... 'K. C OA. raf. I., uu
do coupon '.Huh B- d,b- 4 mi . J(
0. B. la rac tMtjl A TV. unl. 4a..
0 couixn .!i,Jt. K. ft T. a( as f
V. S. 4i. JJJ do sn. 4Hi. tsC
do coupon Mo. laelflo 4a,,.. 17
Panama sa aaupaa.. ,i0 u
A.-C. 1st la cUa.. n r r et ir i, 70
A mar. Ai. ta X. C t. . in,
A. T. fc T. tr- 4. W do db. la 0
Am. Tulxfc, a. Y. N. It. ft II,
Armour ft Wa. J ct. im it
Atetilaon sn. 4a , K ft M, lat c. la. til,,
do c. la It). . - "do e. 4 10
do ct. ta lit tNo. J'aclflo 4a IS
A. C. U lat 4. . M do la ;
Pal. ouio ta. . ri""- a. u. rtl. in... uw
raan. ct. int 1115. rj
do ton. la m
S Jtaailos sen. la. , ,
" -s u. a . r. r 11 70
Ss- ... . 7-,
W. e. 4a.. 77V
sa. - Tl
Hrwk. Tr. ct. 4
Can. ol (la. (a ..
Cue. A OI1I0 IH. - da sag.
0,0 ooy !. :..,si, u. a.
C'blo A. Il"- "lis. A. Is. ad).
C. U. Qi I. "''-80. Pac, col.
do sen. aa. . . - an tr 4..
fl U ft S P o H4I..10SV1 d9 iu r.f. 'i'.;
CI It I. ft P. c. laMVSo. Hallway (-a..
In rfc. Ii 70ai Ha i.
C. ft 8. rft 4Wa lVHJnl6u Paelft'o "u.
V. i 11. ct aa ct. .
ft do lat ft raf. 4a
JJ t'. a. Ilubbcr ..
VLm " Wool M i
. 7V.v -r. Oh.m. ti. .
. 71 W.ha.h l.t t- mw A.
. 0Vwatrn Md. 4a. ..77
J a Wet. Klec. er. 8..
I). K. (I. ret. Ca.
Srla p. I. 4.. ..
do KM. 4 .. ..
do ct. 4a, ar. 11
III. Can. I(t r 4a
later. Mt. 4S
4H. ? Wis. ccstral la. .
. . .. Ch .
HI .t !.i.,.n 4Ua .
Iloston Block Market.
Mi...".. BOSTON. Oot 3l-uioslnK quotauona
4.3 on SIOCKS WCtC.
Amal. iSecpar 71 Ntada Cos lUi
A. Z. L. ft 8 17't.Nlplialas Mlnaa ... IS
Arlaou Com. . . 4 16-liN.fth Uulla U'i
B. ft C. C ft S. M. 10 North tak 17-11
Cal. ft Ariiuea.. 4 Old Dominion .... M
Cal. ft Had IW OicroU , 7
I. mill,, SlimV -M. .1,-, Ontannlal HHUulMr US
i.nnnon ninoK .naruri. n... - n ihantun . ... it.
liONDON. Oct. 31. American seeurltUs ' r..i unit i 11 . 11 IHuDcrlor si
opened dull, with prices about unchangeil 1 franklin I SuprUr ft D. M. 2 1I-U
lodav After a slight advance most of Oranur Con 70 Tamaraak la
the list eased off and at noon prices i 41ren Cananaa ... 31W. B. f. R. ft M 31
ranged from i above to 7, below yester- '' V,,- Co"" ,1.ll
,lv'a N'niv Yirli nlaalnir I Kerr lk . ,. I ut'O Cos. .. . Ii,
v" JS,M" ,rK , take Unipir ... Utah Copper Co.. .. tt
Coaael rsoner. 71 13-11 Union Paclfla ... 1141. la Sail Coppar.... Winona .. 1.
1?. i 7,1 . , I Mlnml Copper . 23 YolTerlii 41
MIA bit liar, suudy, at 21Hd per or." Ex.dlTlirad.
MONBY-4?f4H rr cent. omaruo.
lI8'OtNT RATBS Short Mils, 4 1-1 r.vaporntrd Apples aud Dried Fruit.
fiC er t ent, three months, i per cent. NEW YORK. Oot M -KVAPORATE1.
Persistant Advertlsina la ihe Roart tn APPl-KS -Qutet and steady
lersistent iiaveri'sin u me itosd to DH1KU KIU1T8-IT unes. firm. Ore-
Big Returns. gons, hauAsc Aprldots, steady Peaches,
steady Raisins, firm,
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