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GRAIN AND PRODUCE HAKKET i
Statistics on Wheat of a Decided
Bullish Character Expected.
ARGENTINA CROP MAKES PRICES
Any Change In Outlook from South
rrn Hemisphere In Taken a n
Signal to Shift the Price
OMAHA. Nov. 3. 1913.
iiLibu.111J set ot "tRtlsUm on wheat H
iiKei to bo seen In the grain world after
co3F ot today. While Uie world's
f"1''Ked as authority to Ira below
known quantity and the shipments from
tr-nt country are uncertain. Growers and
i.iii-ib wun wneai in ttussta aro saia
to be traveling under easier conditions.
Jet much wheat has been loaded there
tnat possibly mav be counted nmonc the
receipts at Importing countries during
nig nc uiree nays.
r ur some iimo me amount or wheat.
on tho ocean has mntlniinri in rtAnrnnft.
and while this Is given no. moro than
passing- attention By the trade as a
whole, It Is a bullish help of consider
Wlille the. small Increase Is .looked for
!'. 8 vla'b'e upply. there is a possi
bility of a decrease, although those who
watch conditions olosect say the change
will show an addition to this most Im
The crop prospect In the Argentine llo
publlc will continue to prove a price
maker until such time as It Is harvested
and. threshed, tijvery speculator In the
wheat, world, keeps a close watch upon
tbp news from the southern hemisphere,
nnd any change or probablo change in
conditions It a general signal for either
buying or selling.
The wheat In Argentina Is now a foot
or moro high, and It will be watched
closely far insect pests and other possible
causes of deterioration. That oountry
baa betn well cleaned up ot Its surplus
wheat, as shown by the shipments from
week to week, but other countries are
coming to the front with new grain
and tho Argentina shipments will not be
Cash wheat was He lower.
Tor the last month the southeastern
markets- have been filling large orders
for cash Corn for shipments to the south
west And' it transpires that Argentina is
selling Corn to come to this country via
the guir ports, and that it Is in sacks,
and practically desired- by the - trade of
It .Was said some time ago that the
exportable aureus of corn oC Argentina
was only 15.000.000 bu.
Cash corn was c to He higher.
' Cash oats were unchanged.
The Omaha stocks of groin for the
week ending November 3 Yrol Wheat,
l.SOO.0fto bu.; corn, 35,000 bu.: oats. 2.2t4,
000 bu.; rye. 70.000 bu.: barley. 23.000 bu.
Clearances: Wheat and flour, 1,852,000
mi.; corn, none; oats, none.
Liverpool close: Wheat. 'c higher to
He lower: cbrn. ?Jc to o higher.
Primary wheat rooilpls were l.TJCOO
bu. and shipment's, 070,000 hu.. against
receipts. b,5,ooo bu. and shipments, 1,81,
009 bu. -last year.
" Primary corn receipts wora (0.7.000 lm.
and hlrvmentv. 4CA flfin bn fitrninvt m
celpls, 727,000 bu.' and ' shipments, C4,XQ
u;i. josi year.
Primary oats recelDts wern f-4( 000 hu.
ntlfl MhlDmentii' CM fYlrt lm nirnltiuf , - -
celpts, 2,611,000 tAi. nnd shipments J.r.MiO
wneat, ;-jrn Oat
Kansas - City- .
Tile following cash nnlxa wr r.nn-J,
Wheats-No. 2 hard winter, 6 cars, SOHa
5-5 winter: U car, 7Be; 1 can 90e.
No. 2 spring: 1 car, EOHc No. 3 spring: 1
FARjK A ItANCU FOR, BALK
1 J- .
,UT- trrlgnted . land. Take no more
"li. uivuiu. rive ions airairn,
Xorty bUBhels wheat, eighty bushels oats,
jure crops every year. $40.50 per acre
land and permanent watsrtH right. $5.50
down, H.50 for fourteen years, which la
less than .rent. Interest, per cent.
X?t?,.a,,er..F,lrm 8aIe!' Company, Box
1W8. VaUer, Mont.
KOUTT acres. 11,800.
Eighty acres. 34.000.
Eighty acras. 13.500.
Close to market, schpols.
R. Z. Tsrms.
For full particulars address
U M. PETER30N,
KOUNI-3aVacre homestead In settled
neighborhood; fine firm land; no sand
bills. Cost you $300. filing fees and all.
I, A. Tracy, Kimball. Neb.
K000 vACItES in large and small tracts
of, .Pittsburg county, coal bearing, farm
ing.' fruit and pasture land. In pros
pective oil and gas belt; 110 an. acre. For
particulars write John E. Cavanagn,
LAND for sale; corn wheat and al
falfa, SIS to 1100 per acre. Write us.
Eddy. Real Estate Co.. Eddy. Okl.
"v WaiUagtoa. '
SO ACRES IRRIGATED LAND in
Yakima valley, with ample wator 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
BALK OR KXOIIANGE R, K.
TRADE direct with owner. Write for
Kirk's Exchange List 4222 Lafayette,
HEAL ESTATE IA)ANS
MONEY on hand at lowest rates for
loans. on Nebraska farms and Omaha city
property In any amounts.
II. W. BINDER.
City Nat'l Bank. nidg.
-LOANH of 11,000 and up desired on lm
proved real ettate. Large sums a spe
cialty. W. H. THOMAS,
23S State Bank Blag.
(Lof CITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg Co..
" 1 1I0-S12 Brandels Theater building.
QAJIV1N BBOSl Loan w fcnd UD-
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1SI0 Farnam St.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas tlTS.
LARGE loans our specialty. Btull Broa
HARRISON & MORTON. 91t Otn. Nat.
1100 to 110,000 roads promptly, F D.
Weed. Wead Bldg.. lith and Farnam.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
"WANTED TO BUY,
Kachman will trat you right; best
ynic mr turn., cioines e no. w. 6144.
,B. BHAFTON buys men's cloth. W. MTU
WOULD Uke to set In touch with
party who has a 6 or S-room house for
sale, to be moved on a vacant lot. Ad
drets. K 114. Omaha Bee.
FULL price paid for furniture. W. 1469.
I PAY one-half price more for stoves
then any one eUe. 2217 Cuming. D. 7033.
TUCATj ESTATE AV anted.
HAVE customers for 6, C and 7-r homes.
Qtboms R. E. Co. Doug. 1474. Omaha Na
tional Bank Bldg.
LIVE BTQClC atAUKET. OP WEST,
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. l.lre Mtuc-U Commission Merchants.
VARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
it'ljHBW YORK STOCK MARKET.SHHSiOMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
i' i. JfJ'0, : r"r Mc- Corn 11 a. tuai n r. a. t ,. i;w
2l W ei I c"r'?1ip- N"- white: 4 FnrtW v.J. Tl. SILVICH-Har. essy at 27 MM per ox. . . ,
cars, cs'ic- 1 ear. Uiv v.
2 yellow, t car, 7tc; 1 car (new). (SV4; 1
iJL ,new- No. 8 yellow: 3 cars,
2e: car. 70'4c; 1 car. 70c; 5 cars (now),
Mc:J! caM 'new), Kta. No. 4 yellow: 1
car. 140. No. a mixed. 5 carBl esHo; 4
cars, esv,c: 2 cars (new), 6SHc. No. 4
nJ,',xe5:? cr' 6901 1 crs- ap: cars,
SJKc No grade: 1 car (oati mixed). C9c.
Oats-Standard; 2 cars, SJc. No. 3 white;
SO cars. 3TVc. Kn. 4
:37Hc. No grade: 1 car. Sc '
umann vasn Prices Wheat: No. 3
hard. 80SS2c: No. 3 hard, 7Slc: No. 4
hard. 70HO7Ho: No. 3 spring. 7S80c; No.
J. spring. 7W7?c; No. 2 durum. 7?ttT7Hei
No. 3 durum. 76to;eu rom; kv
white K0Hci No. 4 white.'
toHc: No. 2 yellow. 71c: No. 3 yellow.
WW7SC No. 4 yellow, 65tfV4c: No. S,
JOo: No. 1 feed. 47fitOc. Hye: No. 2, ftHV
pc; No. 3, fSfjWHc.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trad Ins; nnd Closing
Trices on Hoard of Trade.
CHIOAOO, Nov. 3. Wheat weakened to
day after an early showing of firmness
and the market cloeetl Hti'o lower to
that amount higher, July being the only
option to show strength throughout Uie
session. Corn closed at a net uplift of
Jo to He, oata were off Ujfttc to 4
He. Provisions finished JIHCUHc up.
The drop In wheat came after au early
nhow of strength, the chief bullish Influ
ences at the start being stronger cable,
moderate world's shipments and bod news
Hum sirKemina, wnere drouth conditions
were reported worse. Indian news also
L.ater on reports of slow cash trade in
Uie SOUUlWest Showed in Innwu ,t
. , --- - . . v( n a u . v. .1 a 1 1 , (.
mand slackened and wheat, which had
iT?- p.rtly. holPed in its upward trend
at the first by early strength of corn,
eased off considerably. Uood weather In
V,? winter belt and continuance of favor
able conditions northwest for free move
"IS"!.0' KnUn 11)80 rved to take, the edge
off the market. Ab-sence of export de
mand was another factor that aided the
Although com closed at an advance over
the previous day's wlndup the market hail
ost considerable of the strength It exhtb
itod at the beginning of today's soaslon.
Shorts were eager buyers, at first, as of
ferings were light nnd world shipments
were smaller than had Jtasen looked for.
Tho resultant upturn In prices lasted till
the session Was n-ear the close, when the.
bujlng fever apparently having been
eased consldemhlv thi, m.rb.i ...... i J
Oata followed Die course of other grain
and sank at the close after early strength.
. Provisions ruled firm throughout
bullish statements of stocks.
Cloe. High. I Low. Clost. Sat'y.
SH 85H S5HH
6tHi 68T4 6&S0H
3TS5 17J4WTi ssnmi
4i iikm t204iv4
SO 10 20 10 20 05
20 12H 20 15 20 10
10 72-76 10 76-77 10 C5
10 87-90 10 90 10 S1H
1OO7H10C7-7O 10 S5
10 77-80 10 80-S2 10 77-80
' Jan.. 10 70
May. I 10 St
Cash prices Wheat: No. 2 red,
MHiJXHc; No. 3 red, KHiCHc; No. 2 hard.
S6HOTttc; No. 3 hard, K3SKc; No. I
northern, 87H09c; No. 3 northern, 8443
87e; NO. 2 spring; 87H&c; No. spring.
Style; velvet chaff, 3f87c; durum, S0fl4c.
Corn: No. 2, 72473c; No. 2 white. 73c;
No.- 3 yellow, 73f73Hc;' No. 3, 72Vifc72c:
No. 3 white, 73c; No. 3 yellow, 71itS7Je.
Oats: No. 2 white, 4314c; No, 3, 3S;ia89o:
No. 3 white, 3SH41c: standard, 40K9
41Uc Rye: No. 2. eSfinWc. Barley: 639
80c. Timothy: 1.00C.60. CTover; $11.00
C1X00. Pork: I10.65O10.67H. Ribs: o.3
BUTTER Lower; creameries, 23031c.
EGOS Easier; receipts. 3,847 cases; at
.mark, cases included, 23928c; ordinary
.firsts, 2&329c: firsts, 30c.
CHEESE Higher; daisies, l&tfrlJUc:
twins, 14V4-&14HC; Americas, 16H6Hc; long
horns T 15H16Hc.
POTATOES Lower: receipts, 100 cars;
Michigan and Wisconsin, 66Q76c; Minne
sota and Ohio, 0D72c
POULTRY Alive lower; springs, lJHc;
fowls, 12c; turkeys, 16c.
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
(notations of the Day on Various
NEW YORK. Nov. 3. FLOIHWiteadv;
spring patents, H.Co4.Wr winter straights,
14.10(94.20; winter patents, fMO&i.GQ:
spring clears, ll.OO04.2o; extra No. 1 win
ter.. t3.6603.75i extra No. 2 winter. 13.S.-.A
3.60; Kansas straights, lUOtfRW.
WHEAT-Spot, barely steady; No. 2 red,
STc, nominal, c. I. f. New York, ixport
duis, ana wvc i, o. d. anoat; No. 1
northern, Duiuth. 9TUc f. o. b. afloat.
Futures, steady early on cables and v.
port eales of twenty-five loads, but heavy
imo on invisioie, closing kwnc net lower.
December, JCc; May, 97Hc.
HOPS Steady: state, common to choice
1913. SS04Cc: 1912. "O-riKe: Pnr.tfln ran.,
1913, 2530c; 1912, 25ft28c
HIDES Steady; Bogota, 3132o; Central
PETROLEUM Steady:, refined New
York, bulk, 15.25; barrels, 8S.76; cases,
WOOL Stead v! domeslli. yv
CORN Spot, firm; export, SOUc f. o. b
OAT&-8pot, steady: stundard white.
4W4cj No. 3, 4445c; fancy clipped white.
UAY Quiet; standard. 11.02H4tt.: No.
Lll.0691.O7H: No. 2. Ieil.OoT No. 3. 85
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts, 29a
30c; seconds, 2g29c,
PROVISIONS Pork, barely stesdv.
mess, 123.0023.60; family, H4.60flC7.d):
short clears. 119.75&21.00. Beef, firm: mess
118.00ei8.60: famllvT llJ.60eaaw: Cut melts
steady; pickled bellies, 10 to 14 Iba. 13U
ffl5c; pickled hams, !14.03H.25. Lard
Irm: middle west, tiow.ninv.. i'
in, vuinninii, tii.ou: south America 1
TALIV-Steady; city, 6;C; spedaL
Tic; country. 5?c,
Knnsas Cltr Grain nml Ir Ulant,
KANSAS CITY. K'nv I-Wiili
Cash: No. 2 hard, 82JJSJc: No. 3. saassc
No. 2 red. S9j91Hc: No. 3. 870. '
7.R?No- ?V 7IHOc; No. 2 white.
7Hc; No. 3, 73c.
Closing price of futures:
WHEAT Dmunhar S1U.IKC1L'... ,..
o'UN-Detnber, 70Hfi70Hco May, n
OATS No. 2 white. 41v v
BUTTER-Creamery, 30c; firsts. Mc;
seconds, 27o; packing, 22c
EOaS-Firsts. 20c; seconds. 2oc.
. ,?ULlSitY 2 nc: roostirs, 9c.
ducks. 10c; springs, HHc
SllnnrapolU (Iriln Murkci.
MINNEAPOIJS, Nov. S.-W7IKAT No
v?1' lc: Xci northernrsj4tr?i
CORN-No. S yellow, S68c.
OATH No. 1 white, 3IUQSc.
RYK-tNo. 2. 63066c!
Liverpool Gralu Market, '
LIVERPOOL. Nov. l-wnnnr
Bteady; No. 1 Manitoba, ta 10Hd; No t
6s 9Hd; No. 3. 6s Sd. .Futures, steady; be!
7u muiu, is i?sa; May, 7s
CORN Spot, easy: American mlxul r.
d; Laplata futures, firm; November.' is
riJUK-Winter patenU, 28a W.
HOPS In London. Paciflo coast, tfi Csat
St. I.onls Griieral Market.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. X WHEAT Close!
No. 2 red, 92HS94HC; No. 2 hard. 85S2c;
December. 87Uc; May. 91Sc.
CORN No. 2. ii'YfPSe, No. 2 white, 75c,
Der.mber, 70HS70Hc; May, 72Hc
OATS No. ?, 40c No. 2 white. 41'iQr
41Vc, DerensK-r, 39,-- Ma. I'Sc
Further Response Hade to Depress
ing Character of News.
HARVESTER SUIT PROVES BEAR
Statement of QoTerniaent'a Position
Ursrnrderi as Indlcallns tlncnm
promielatr Attltnae In Kn
fnrclnrr Trust Lair.
NHW TORIC. Nov. 3.-Furthr re
sponse was made by stocks today to the
depressing character of news affMtlnc
speculative, opinion. The market wns
ircpeiiea on a downward course at the
outset by the decline in American stocks
at London, which was supplemented by
moderate selling here for foreign ac
count. At home, much was made of the
reported determination ot the government
to adopt a sterner policy In dealing with
the .Mexican problem.
The highly unfavorable bank statement
of last Baturday, showing a deficit, also
ariected the market adversely. tall
loans ware renewed at 6 per cent. It was
expected, however, that the return ot
funds put out to meet November 1 pay
ments quickly would eliminate the small
deficit. Call funds broke lat In tho
dav to 2 Per cent
Tho briii f filed In the suit to dlssole
the International Harvester corporation
was cited as another cause of depression.
The street regarded the statement ot the
go vernment s position as indicating an
uncompromising attitude in enforcement
of the Sherman anti-trust law.
Particular attention was drawn to the
government's request for disintegration
of U:a company In such a manner that
no two aurh disintegrated parts shall be
' "acquired by or come under the control
of companies under common control or
The decline In stocks ran from 1 to 3
points among virtually all of the leaders.
Pressure was not seve-ro, and there was
iv urn all recovery toward the end. Mexi
can Petroleum broke ll'i to a new low
record, ut 44t, the break being Influenced
by the failure of the directors to act
on tho dividend on Saturday. New
Haven broke through 80 for the first
time and both the old and new con
vertibles also reached new low points.
The bond market was under pressure.
Tnal sale par value, 11,700,000.
United Rates bonds were unchanged
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks were:
ultra, lllih. Lw. CUM.
Antltimtteil Onpr ..
Amtrlran h,t Btir....
do plA .....
Am. cr ft Fensdrr
Arnehun CWtoa Oil....
Am. Jo fWcurltwt .....
Am. BmilOnr net. .
Am. miu & JUf. pta.
Am. Buntr n(lnni ....
Am. Tl. a Tel
Anaconts Mlntos Cb.,
AtltBtlo Cbut l.lnt
Htltlmor ft Ohio
u.sot 11 im n
100 43i It
. . Ill
Brooklrn Rapid Transit
uanjaian raeiiin .
Central LMthtr ...
niMimt, t, Ohio
.... lt.lOO 4Vt tSK B'l
toe ilk 4K us
Ciilearo Orat' Wmrn, ... . UU
Chl.. MM. ft Bt. Paul... 1.400 1WH lJJ4 !
Chi. A North Witrn. 400 117 WK 1V
Cblo. l"ufl ft Iroa
Dal. ft Hnilion .........
Danrar ft Rio Qrtnda..
do p(d .
do lat tU
do M VIA
Oreat Northern pfd. ....
O. Northern Ore ctfi....
1,100 a us
coo it m
"jw itis invi
M II u
200 10STJ IMS
1.M0 fi MH
Kanaaa Cltr Bmthers ,.
LoolfTllla Ac NashTllle .
M.. 6. I', ft Bault 8. M.
Miaaoart. lCanua ft Tax.
Xlleaauri Isclfle ,
H. lira, ot Mas. 3d pfd.
Nav Tork Castral
N. T.. Ont. ft wattarn.
Korfolk ft Waatarn ....
Northern Pacins ........
300 I04H 101
.. J, 400 14t 107(4 l7Vi
.. oo ui ion tl
.. I.W0 10IS 107 101
:: ::::: :. ::
Paoale'a Oaa ,
Pitta, c; C ft BU I.
Prrued fteal Car.......
Pulmn Palace Oar ....
T.epuMIe Iroa ft Steel..
Itock lalud Co...
st. u s. r. id ptd..
Sraboard Air Una ,
Bloea-ahef. Steal Iron.
Southern Rallwar Pfd...
Taiaa A. Pactrie
Union I'aeina ,,
(lolen lmctn efd
foiled Btataa lUaltr ..
Cnltad KUtaa Rubber ...
United StUaa Ftaal ....
do prd. (ei. dir.)
vtrrlnla Carolina Cbem.
Waatarn Union .,,,
Weatlastiouaa Bleetrte ,,
WTimIIh ft LJie Erie..
3,100 UIK 1H'4 111(4
MS 100 7IS
o.fii iiiii iiis xts
10 Us IIS HH
. .... 6q
H.'oj 'iiii 'iss "tt
tin ivtii jis't los
1.700 IIS tl
Total aales tor the dar. lltlOO eharea.
JTevr YoU Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 3. MERCANTILE
PAPER-Prlme, 56 per cent.
STERLING EZXCHANOE Firm. $4.80.76
SILVER Bar. 69ic: Unlr.n
HONDB Government, steady; railroad
MONEY On call, strong. 84? per cent:
ruling rate. 6 per cent: clonlnir n:-!
KV&m?X!?' Urm'' ,,xt' antl n'nty
perent en nion,m''
Closing quotations on bonds today war.
U. B. rel la. res. . T ju,, . , . iju
do coupon 17 K. C 8.. ret. la . II
V. U. ras 1M14 U . d. 7a (in ,
oo eoupon ., ,.,,10lVa L. ft K. Un. 4a M
V 8. 41. Ttt HO II.. K ft T. " ii n
do coupon U0 to sen. 4Ss liV
Tanama la coupon. M M. Pac. 4a . ' ale
AA.-Ci lat la ctfa BO do conr. le . ?i3
Am. As. t SN Hr. of Mel." 4a
A. T. A T. er. 4a U N. T. C. n u,,, bic
Am. Toe, fa Ill i i. "a .... fo.
Armour 4: Ca. 4Si. N. T.. if. HAH
Atchtaoo sen. 4a.... M cr ISa ... '
do ct. 4a flMOi... 1 N- ft W . 4a.. 101
Atchlon ct. ta. .. 10IU No. Paciflo 4. hw
"a. G U W t 90S do la . 2w
,.OMo 4a W(40. a Una ttaiH. IIS
Brook. T. tr, 4a.. M da eon. 4 HS
On. of Georgia 6a. IMS Bead. ran. 4t tl?
ran. leather la... 8 I. ft s. F, f i 7ei
Cnea. A O. 4Sa ... Mtt do ceo. t,
ia oost. 4So .. 7S. U S'w, con. is 77
Chl. ft Alton ISa. U Sea. Air U adj? la. 7S
C. D. ft Q. Jt. a. 14(4 B. Pac. c 4a. . tu
do ran. 4a ti'i M, er, 4, It7'
II M ft. B P 0 4W jai'i P. pt lrt j,f. u. fit;
R- J , P- 4i- M 8"tBTn hr. U . jots
do rf. 4a .... .. 7IS fo ran 4. M,--If
.- f' ,T,i W. lis Union Pac. 4a .: " ! eS
Dal. ft Hud. er. 4a 17 to r. 4a .. anu.
D. ft U. O. rat. fa.. T1S d rt rVf i. SI?
Wetlll.ra la v . "J,. '"p,
Hrla prior Un t... USU. B. Steel 14 tl' 5v
It er. 4a. "B" 7044Wah. lat ft t 4. lit
III. On. let ret. 4a U w.... ,7. " li'
i M.t lu. -i
Boston Stock Market.
BOSTON. Nov. a. Closlns- niininn.
Allouea ., 14'4Moak
Amal. Cfapaer . ... US Nevada Co..n
A. Z. U B. ... 174. Nlalulai Mine.
Arlioss Com, ... I It-14 Korth BuUo ..
B. ft C. C. ft H. M. K) North Lake . ,. ,
Cal. ft Arltoca ... ISS Old Domloloo ..
Cal. ft Heels 410 CaceoU.
OntaasUI l'Slulncr ,,.
Opper Ratiso C. C. nsBUsnon
Bat Butte C. M. .. US Huparler
Pranallo .. IS. Beiloa 11..
Oranbr Con. OS Tamarack
. 1 V
Oraene CaaaaHi .. IIS U. 8. ii. Ii. A M. 17
uie noraua inppar is so ptd. im
Kerr Lka ... It UUtab Os ik
Lake Copper t Utah Copper Co... I It
L " Copper IS Winona , , i
Mlam Copper . tl Wolrerlna .. a
London Stock Marknt.
LONDON, Nov. 3. American auuHti.i
opened dull today Realising depressed
most of the list during the first hour At
money SHW4 per cent.
uim-ouni raio: fnort ana tnree monins
Wit, i per cent.
OJIA1IA (iUM-.n.M, MAR1CBT.
. nUTTKR No. 1, l-lb. csrtona. 8Jc; No.
I ftVlb. tub. Sic.
FIBH-Whlte, fresh. 17c; trout, fresh.
18o; large crapples, fresh, lfc; Spanish
mackerel. tCo; shad roe, per pair, 40o;
salmon, fresh, 10c; halibut, fresh. 11c;
buffalo, 9c; bullheads, lite: channel cat
fish lc: pike, 16c; pickerel. 12c.
. CHKftSb-lmported Swiss, l!c! Amu
lean Swlsa 25c; block Swiss. 24c; twins.
UHo) daisies, ISHc; triplets, I8ic: young
Ameriras, tnc! blue label brick, lie; Urn.
berger, Mb., 20c; New York, white. He.
POULTRY-Urollers. 5.00t.00 per dot.;
hens. 17c; rocks, lie! ducks. lafTCOcl geese.
ISo; turkeys, Sfc; pigeons, per dox., 11. M;
locsters. 5c; ducks, full feathered. 11c,
geese, full feathered. 10. squabs, No. 1,
II W; No. 2. 60c.
Wholesale prices of besf cuts effective
today In Omaha are as follows;
BEEF CUTB-Rlbs. No. 1, He: No. 2.
15c; No. J. 12c Loins, No. 1. lHc: No. 3.
isie! No. X HHc Chucks, No. 1, 10ic;
No. 3, OHo, No. 3, SHc Rounds, No. 1,
14c: No. 2, l!He; No. 1. lltic. Plates. No.
1. SHe; No. 2. 7MCi No. 3. 7Uc
MISCELLANEOUS California fig.
11-os. pkgs., Kic: Callformw. ngs. 60 6-ot.
fkgs.. 12.00: California black figs, 12 2
o. pkgs., 11.00: 7-crown imported firs.
?er lb.. He, S-erown Importeil figs, per
b., 13o; 7-crown pulled figs (l.oxes welsh-
Irg about 5 lbs.), 90c, 5-crown pulled figs
T 10 nr.
(Doxes weighing aoout s ins ), Tfo; J
crown pulled figs (boxes weighing 10 ox.,
per doxen, 11.2S; Dromedary brand dates,
nkg.. 13.00: Anchor Bmnil dates, nkr .
12.15; parsnips, Per lb.. ?c; carrots, per
lb., 2c; beets, per lb., 2o: rutabagns, per
lb., lHc: California Jumbo celer per
tfcien, 76c: Michigan celery, per dozen,
?6c; cider, per keg, $1.28: cider, per half
bbl to.76, onions, per doien, 60oi para
ley. ler doren, 40o; radlah. per doien,
20o: head lettuce, per doien. 11.00; home
grown leaf lettuce, per doxen, 40u: green
peppers, per basket. 11,00: wax or green
beans, per basket, ll.TO; hot hotiae encum
bers, ner doaen. 76c: cauliflower, ner lb..
10c to 12Vie; Venetian garlic, per lb., 12SC
eggpiant, per aoxen, ll.w; norsranisn, J
dosen bottle In case, per case, 12.00; wal
nuts, wo. l sort shell, per lb., zoo; medium
pecans, per lb.. 13(4a. neosns. Jumbo, ner
lb., 15c. giant pecans, lAulslana paper
shell, per lb.. 25c; Filberts, per lb., 15c;
Drake almonds, per lb., 18c; paper shells,
23c; Brattls, per lb., ISo; large, washed,
per lb., lfo; black walnuts, per lb., ZHc;
taw No. 1 peanuts, per lb.. 7c: Jumbo
peanuts, per lb., 8c: roasted peanuts, per
lb:, SMC', shell bark hickory nuts, per
lb., 4c; large hickory nuts, per lb., Sc:
white rice popcorn, per lb., 4c; checkers,
per 100-Pkg. case. 1160: checkers, per
pkg. cose. 11.76.
The following prices are furnished by
the Ollllnsky Fruit company:
FRUITS Apples No. 1 Jonathan ap
ples, per bbl., 14.M; drop Jonathan apples,
bbl., 13.76; No. 1 Btarinan wlnesaps, iter
bbl., $4.00; No. 1 Ben Davis, per bbl., 13 .60;
extra fancy California bellflowers, 4 tlor,
per box, $2.00; extra fancy Washington
Grimes Qoldens, per box, $2.S; extra
fancy Idaho Northern Spy, Greenings, or
Kings, per box, $2.00; extra fancy Idaho
Rambos, per box, $2.23. Peaohes, Pears
and Prunes Extra fancy Klberta free
stone peaches, per box, 76c: extra fancy
Elberta freestone peaches. 36 crate lots.
per crate, 70c; large blue prunes, per
crate, $1.15: 6 crate lots, per crate, $1.10;
Idaho Bartlett pvars, per box, $2.76: Cali
fornia extra fancy Beurre Clalrgeau
pears, per box, $2.60; California ttra
fanoy winter Nellts pears, per box, $2.76;
Colorado extra fancy Klefer pears, per
WJ., v.w, AMI IV Jlir.CI I 4
3-bushel barrel, $4.00; Michigan Klefer
pears, per bushel basket $1..V. Valencia
Oranges Extra fine Valnc:as, lStl, 2S3
sixes, per box, 16.00; Bunklst Valenclas,
160. 16.60; 176, 200, 216, 260 sixes, per box,
17.00. Lemons Extra fancy Bunklst, 800
and 3430s, per box, $9.00; extrc choice red
ball lemons, sooa and MOs, per box, 1S.00.
Cantaloupes Colorado Burwell Gems, per
crate, $1.00, Grapa Extra fancy Qold
Medal Tokay grapes, per crate, $1,76: ex
tra fancy Malaga grapes, per crate. $1.40:
New York grapes, psr bssket, 30c; 60
basket lots, per basket, 29c; Michigan
grapes, per basket, 28c; 60 basket lots,
per basket, 37o; homo-grown grapes, per
basket, 22c; 60 basket lota, per basket,
21c; Imported Malaga grapes, extra fancy,
$7.00; fancy, $0.60. Grapefruit-Extra fancy
Florida, 45, $3.50; 64, 04 sixes, 16.00. Cran
berriesPer barrel, $7.60 per box, $2.76.
VEGETABLES Potatoes, genuine Red
River early Ohio potoatoes, per bushel,
90c; Maple. River Burbanks, per bushel,
0c; Virginia sweet potatpes, per bbl.,
$2.76. Cabbage Holland seed, per lb., 2o,
Onions California, large yellow, per lb.,
2Hc; Wisconsin, large red globe, per lb.,
2Sc; Spanish, per crate, $1.60; white boll
Ing, per lb., 2c. Tomatoes California,
per 4-basket crate, $1.76; 6 crate lots, $1.66;
NEW YORK. Nov. 2. LEAD-Oul..t.
tt.3W4.40; London 120. 12s. d, Spelter,!
muici, to.dvu.ioj i.oimun ijj, us. copper,
nominal; standard spot not quoted; No
vember. S16.XO16.00:. December, $16,203
lrt.00; January, I5.i6tn6.00:v electrolytic.
$1.87M: lake, $!7.00n7.25j casting, $!8.S.
Tin, dull, spot and. November, WJOaO.OO;
December, $2.76p40.10; January. $33,903
40 25. Antimony, dull: Cookaon'a $7.o.
Iron, quiet; No. 1 northern. $10.00316.60;
No, 3 northern, $15.6Otn.O0; No. 1 south,
ern, $16.1Rail6.76.; No. I southern soft, $16.26
London markets dosed as follows -Copper
weak, spot 4171, 10s; futures
fTO, It, Sd. Tin. steady, spot 181. K.s;
rjLtur,0." m- ,ron Clevtlana worranbi,
ST. IAJUIB, Nov. 8.M ETA LS Lead,
jii, rM, njjoiior sveauy. ju.
NEW YORK, Nov. 3. COFFEE Weak
French cables and bearish views of the
world s visible supplies statement were
depressing factors in tho coffee market.
The opening was dull at a decline of 2
points, and prices eased off, closing
steady at a net loss of 16 to it points
December; lO.SOc; January, lO.SSc; March.
.e0c: May. 10.84c; July. iLOOo; October
11.210. Spot, quiet; Rio. No. 7. lOHc
15H91!4c, nominal. '
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits
. &"HVX.VOUK' Koy- S- EVAPORATED
choloe, 80V$c: prime, 74y7ic
DRIED FRUITS-Prunei. nrm; Callfor
nUs. Ijyiic; Oregons, 87i10V4ApricotS
quiet but steady: cholceTuc; wtra choice
14o; fancy. 14V44315C. Peaches flrn?:
Jho"'. ,JKJWo: xtra cholw, ' 6VC7c;'
fancy. 74trta Ralslne. quiet; loose.
s?Slta' choice to fancy' weded?
erf ii yxttm1'"1 iKWic- -ndon lay
Dry Goods Markex.
T.JiiU.R.K' Nov; --OKY GOODS
" wjgi in ruugn errecui aoid frsiv
among retailers today. Novelty goodS X
both wool and cotton wire In dsmand
for spring. Cotton goods mslkets weril
JLtdiY- t?por; cotton "00d were In
of hvafu'5aa?n.B' 10 tba ",gher
Oils and Roaln. '
nf?'UJ!!?,Ui' Kov' -COTTONSEEn
P.i f1"11.' Prime ummer yellow, 16.M
bL December, $7.11; March, $7.35; Slay,
good8'oa8,ed ' ,lralned' commn to
TXTRPENTINE-Steady; machine bar
IIVERPOOL, Nov, 3,-CXrTTON-Spot,
good business done: prices, easier; mid
dling fair. S.(Cd; good middling. 7.76d: mid.
dllng. 7.63d; low middling, 7.41d: good or
dinary, 6.7M; ordinary, .4ld. Sales, 1J.0CM
Elgin Matter Market.
ELGIN. III.. Nov. l.-BIirn!nifi,m
GATES FUNERAL HELD
IN NEW YORK CHURCH
NEW YORK, Nov. l.-Funeral service
for Charles G. Gates, who died suddenly
last week at Cody, Wyo, were held to
day In the Madison Avenue Methodist
Episcopal church. Mr, Oates was buried
in Woodlawn cemetery, beside the body
ot his father, John W. Gates.
The Persistent and Judicious Ue of
Newspaper Advertising is the Road to
formed iieeves very Slow nnd Lower
: j ri.- o. J..
nd Others Steady.
HOGS ARE LOWER, PIGS HIGHER
Fat Sheep nnd l.amtts Active Sellers
at Prices Ten to Fifteen Cents
Higher Feeders Stendy
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. 3. 1913.
Receipts were. Cattle. Hors. Sheep.
Kstlmate Monday . . S.4U0. 4.200 13,000
JJame day last week . 7.2 2.RW
Same day 2 weeks ngo.10,411 S,r6 41,52
frame day 3 weeks ago. P.&M S.KI 45,444
Same day 4 weeks ago.ll.sw 2.C0O 34.7fO
Same dny last ear. .. 4.KS7 2.S11 19,320
The following table en or, a the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date as compared with last year:
. ... HIS. 1112. inc. Dec
Cattle . . . J18.S33 S.M.8S9 3.6f
Hons . .2,14n,KO 2,48.2S 342.S4S
Sheep 2.7HW6 2,M7,1W) 277,71
The following table ahowa the ranKt ot
prices for hogs at the South On"ha live
stock market for tho last raw daya with
Date. I 1913. 11912 U11 .1110. 11909.119OS. 1P07
7 SSij 8 ESI
Sl S 6S
8 KT SI
8 Ml 7 59!
S 34 7 611 6 60
m: 7 mh
. 7 7444'
8 HI 7 66
.-W.l 7 16S
I 7 70
St.) 7 70V
121 8 01
1.. 7 Ma,
7 S7f 7 72
7 6 5 Mt
Reoelots nnd dlsnoeltton nf live stock
at the Union Stock Yards. Bouth Omaha,
Neb,, for twenty-four hours ending at
3 o'clock yesterday:
Cuttle. Hogs. Hh'p H'Vs.
C, M. & St. P. Ry..
WatHish R. R 1
Mo. Pacinc Ry 4
Union Pacific H. R (M
C, & N. W. Rj- E. 14
C. N. W. Rj-.. W. 9-t
C. St. P. M. it O. Ry 111
C, H. & Q. R' B... 1
C. B. i (J. R'-. W..U0
C. R. I. & P., IC... 6
C. It. 1. A P.. W.... 8
Illinois Central Ry. 2
C. O. W. Ry 2
3 3 1
io i !!
w 5 11
. t .
u ii 7
67 M 24
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris A Co 304
Swift & Co 789
Cudahy Packing Co 1,120
Armour & Co iu
O., P. & Co 60
W. B. Vansnnt Co 4U
Benton Vansaut & Lush I
Hill ; Son 499
F. I). Lewis 617
Huston & Co IM
J. B. Root & Co 10)
J. II. Bulla. 217
I. . F. Ilusx 156
Rosnnstock Uros 333
MeCreary A Kellogg.. .. 110
Werthelmer & Degen.. 4S9
II. F. Hamilton 2S0
Sullivan Bros., 43
Mo. & Kan.-Cnlf Co..., 272
Krebs ., 20
Baker. Jones A Smith.. 16
Tanner . ...1 Ill
lowa Cattle Uo 70
Other buyers 2811
Totals 8,3t 3,kC0 11. (C4
CATT'LE Receipts wem fair today,
showing a considerable Increase over
Monday of- last week and also over the
corresponding clay a year ago.
Conditions as regards cornfed beeves
were not at all satisfactory to the selling
Interests. The market on that class of
cattle was In poor condition at Chicago
last week, buyers for reasons ot
their own discriminating against them
and neglecting them In favor of grass
beef. The early reports from Chicago
this morning Indicated a still weaker
market, nnd, as the offerings of corn
feds at this point were liberal, buyers
were very slow to lake hold of them.
When they dltl did prices were sharply
lower not only on the fair to medium
grades, hut on all kinds, heavy cattle
especially being neglected. The market
might be described as unywhore from
slow to lOn lower than last week's close.
In some rases It was possibly worse than
Cows and heifers were In good demand
and sold quite freely at steady priors.
The movement, while not especially
active, was fairly so, and the trade gen
erally In a good, healthy condition so far
as sho stock was concerned,
Stackers and feeders were also in good
demand and generally steady to possibly
a little stronger on some of tho more de
Quotations on cattle: Good to chotce
corn-fed beet ateara, $8,36439.00: fair to
good corn-fed beef steers, 14.0ft38.JJ; com
mon to fair com -fed beef steers, $7.60ff
8.00; fair to choice corn-fed yearlings.
$8,603(1,60; good to choice range steers.
$7.3034,00; fair to good range steers, $t.S6
411. 30; common to fair range steers, $8.00
OC.B&j good to choice corn-fed heifers,
$0. 6037.60; good to choice grass heifers,
Ift.DOQT.SS; good to choice cows, $4,2004.60;
fair to good grades, $6. 2Gtru. 80; common
to fair grades, $3.6os6.28; good to choice
stocksrs and feeders, $7.0008.00: fair to
good stockers and feeders. l3,7&Q6.ri0:
stock cows and heifers, $4.76(14.76; veal
culver $6.60770.76; bulls, stags, etc., $5.y
A. IT. No.
.. .Ill I 40 tl,.,,
in I ao
175 I W 4. ..
Ill I 00
Sol 4 16 ...
M0 4 U . ..
KM I 0 10...
lit 4 71 7... .
1M4 I 10
6M I 11
1110 I M
. m 1 00
111 7 Oo
OTOCKEH8 AND FEEDERS.
(41 W I S40 7 on
171 00 :i 7( 7 00
Av. Pr. No. Av. IV
20 feeders.. 717 8 75 10 feeders.. 77 6 85
7 rows 140 6 30 10 feedsrs.. 640 6 75
24 feeders.. 861 8 90 II feeders.. 761 6 80
60 feeders,. 772 6 (15 4 feeders.. 815 C 60
27 calves,.. 379 7 75 4 calves. .. 113 6 76
6 cows 941 00
J, D. Boucher Neb.
60 feeders.. 813 6 85
cows Ml 6 10 1 bull.. .
3 cows 678 4 60 12 feeders
Ross Bros. Neb.
IfA 6 68
701 7 20
45 feeders.. 989 6 70 2 feeders.. 1180 6 To
V. feeders.. 1130 7 00 II steers.. .1180 7 15
43 steers. ...1110 7 15 4 cows &5 6 25
10 heifers... 724 60 3 heifers... 713 6 OT
A. L. Hodge Neb.
20 feeders.. SSI 6 65
Lynch & Curtis Nsb.
39 feeders.. 1079 6 W 20 feeders. .10C0 7 is
J. B. Hull-Neb.
22 feeders.. 1110 6 90 43 feeders.. 1081 7 26
47 feeders.. 10W 7 25
Wlsherd Bros. Neb.
48 feeders, , SG5 6 9u
F. H. King, Nebraska.
13 c. 4 hfa. 974 C 15 26 feeders.. 1120 7 00
Webster & Sons, Nebraska.
& cows HOC 6 20 9 v, A hfs,. 958 40
1 bull .. .1100 6 60 2 feeders.. 1185 7 00
35 feeders . 1100 7 16 33 feeders.. 1101 7 (8
22 feeders. .1232 0 76 5 feeders. .1014 6 76
10 feeders.. 64 6 7C
C. F. Stoffers A Bons-Wvo.
10 heifers 7.7 6 50
60 cows 622 4 30 4 cows . . .639 4 SO
60 cows 672 4 20 60 cohs 639 4 30
HOOS flunulles were mederatA h .ti
trate calling for slxtv ears, nr im ha,i
This is nearly 1.70) head heavier than
msi wees, ana is a tnne larger than a
Tne market opened out very slow thl.
morning A few loads suld earlv at
prices I hut were quoted steady, but as u
rule sellers thought bids were weak to
as murh as 6c lowe During the early
'round activities were tonflned mulnlv
10 cleaning up tin- large supply of pigs,
but later on buyers came back to the
weightier stuff, and when salesmen
finally cut loose price were cteadler to
I' nickel lower thin Saturday's average
Movement was very druncy. and the
forenoon was well advanved before a
clearance was made Most of the sales
were made at 17 0MJ7 70, with quite a
sprinkling cf light mixed stuff around
$7.A n number of londs of Rood heavlee
up to $7 7S A couple of small butu-hes
reached 17.), hc top.
The main feature of the dnVs trade
was the sharp advance In nig values
There was a heavy run of plm. but the
Inuulrv for this sort of stuff was keen
end prices paid wore unevenly hlher, the
general advance amounting to fully c.
No. At. ah. fr.
No. At. fa. Pr.
71 .111 .7 40
II 111 . 7 10
II .111 III
IM. . .14 7 M
77 .. . HI . . Ill
It. . ..IM ... 7 M
W.... .117 1W 7 W
II til 100 T 00
13 1H US 7 ao
M rtt IPO T M
II It . . 7
40 t0 IM 7 It
M. 40 7 M
17.. M MTU
14 P4 S3 7 03
14 IU K 7 SS
71, 141 141 t rsi
tl M M 11
40 Hi MO T 70
II 114 M 7 70
41 300 ISO 7 Tl
41 114 7 :
10. ... 7 TO
11 10 .. t T
It Ml 10 7 TO
10., 110 S00 7 70
7 2tl ... 7 70
11 Ml 40 7 70
f4 ,.JSl 1M 7 70
n im ... 7 7
17 ui s in
tl U7 110 7
n ..m sa r r
U.......M1 M 7 TP
4 tu n rrtu
4t st in T T7S
n.......I44 ... Til
K XI .. 7 71
M ttl 100 7 Tl
1 84 ... 7 an
13 . I 71 17 tia .. 7 0
Ill ... 7 M U 1(1 ... T 40
111.. . 107 7 10 It! ... 7 40
(4,. ... Ill ... T II ft) tit .. T
14 117 ... 7 SI T UT ... 7 M
10 Ill ... Ttt M IM ... 7M
SHEKP-A very lla-ht run for a Monday
was in hand this morning, as the esti
mate amounted to no moro than 49 rant
or some 13.000 head, being only about n
third of what was In sight on the same
day ono nnd two weeks ugo and 6,320
head short of the corresponding time a
1'enr ago. It was the smallest Monday's
supply since tho last wck In July, nnd,
as to feeders ryul killers It was pretty
Whitn outside points reported steady
markcts and In some Instances a shado
lower, the killer end of the local receipts
was gmbbed up nt prices strong to 1W
16o hiuticr, both fat sheep and lambs re
ceiving tho Improvement. Of course, as
previously noted, the paokcrs had not s
great many offerings to choose from and
consequently got In early and had taken
the big bulk of the decent killers out of
first hands by 9:30 o'clock. A bunch of
corn fed lambs from lowa, weighing
around Ml pounds, made a top for the day
at $7.60 and some rango lambs sold as
high as $7.40. The aged sheep offerings
Included some fat owes nt $4.4504.60.
While tho trade la fenders was some
what slow in getting under way a bet
ter feeling was evident, prlceo bring
stendy to strong as compared wtth the
cloro of last week. The supply was not
as large as on most days last week and
hardly equal to the demand.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
good to choice, $7,254.60; lambs, fair to
good, $4.76(f7.25; lambs, culls, $6.00&.75;
lambs, feeders, $6.2&a.35; yearlings, light.
11.255.66; yearlings, heavy, 14.8506.1.M
j-tarllngs, feeders, $4.fiOlf5.60: wethers,
good to choice, $l,7rjOr..&0; wethers, fair
to good. $4.7566.00: wethers, feeders, $4.60
414.76; ewes, good to choice, 34.3604.60;
ewes, fair to good, $4.fJuM.S5; eweti. feed
erg, $3.8MJ4.26; cull sheep, ll.00O4.16.
No. Av. Pr.
4 Wyoming feeder lambs. 4!
U Idaho lambs tu
218 Idaho ewe 96
122 goats ii
101 Wyoming wethers 105
497 Wyoming fewler lambs..,. 60
47 Wyoming owes int
1410 Wyoming lambs .
107 Wyoming feeder lambs..., 66
2f Wyoming feeder ewes
w Wyoming feeder ewes
91 culls ,,.v
141 natlce lambs
117 nativo lamb
41 native ewes ,
CHICAGO LIVE BTOCIC MARKET
Hogs Weak and Generally Flve Cents
Lower Ntiern BIoit.,
.,SLU,CAO' Nov' --l'ATTLK-Ilecelpts.
23,0000 head; markot for good, stcuuly;
others dull: beeves. 8.709.fiS; Texoa
steers. . $a.66fl7.76: western. $.O08.CM:
stockers and feeders, $5.00lf7.); cows and
tinners, calves, w.&ujnu.iB,
HOGS - Receipts, 38,000 head; market
weak and generally 60 lower; bulk of
sales, $7.70fce,10; light, .59M8.10; mixed.
I7.6ttjj0.20; heavy. $7.407325; rough, $7.40
07.60; pigs. $S.a7.25.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Heonlpts. 62,000
head; market slow, largely lOtflbc lower;
nativo, $100416.00: western, lUOflfi.00;
yearlings, $6.lM00; native lambs, W.COtf
7.40; western, W.0O7J7.3G.
Kansas City Live Stunk Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo Nov. . CATTLE
Receipts, 26,000 head; market steady to
strong and active: prime fed steers, $1.15
Ojv.50, dressed beef steers, $7,254.18.76; west
ern steers, $n,26fii.60; southern steers,
$S.2MJ0.76; cows, $1.256.75; heifers, $5.00
410.25; stockers and feeders. $5.607.60;
bulls, $l.60i?6.60; calves, $6.0009.60.
HOGS IUvcelpts, 9,000 head: market
steady; bulk, n.WSI7.S5; heavy. $7.60W7.66;
packers and butchers, 17.5Mf7.W; light,
$7.404I7.H0; pigs, $H0W.60.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 12,000
head: market lOo lower; lambs, 7.00tt7.75j
yearlings. $5.0004.00; wethers, N.&ojfG.ta;
- - J
St, Lonla Live Block Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Nor 3. CATTLE
Receipts, 7,000 huiul; market steady; good
to cholco stears, I7.10CW.10; stockers and
feeders, $.".(Wi'7.f0; cows and heifers, $4.76
68.76; bulls, $5.85.76: calves, S.OO$J10.W;
southern steers, $J.0Oa7.76; cows sjid heif
ers. $(.0000 00.
1IOOS Receipts. 5,000 head; market Mr
lOo lower; pigs and lights, 18.60C7.W:
mixed and butchers. $7.C&U.10; good
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 8,200
head, market 25c lower; muttons, J3.763
4.65; yearlings, $S.O0fl.O0; lambs, $5.2&t
IIIouk CHy Live "lock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. Nov. -ATTT.E-Recfllpts,
6,600 head; market flrmi
butchers1 steers, $5.00111.00: , cows and I heif
ers. I4.&0fi.25; canners, $3,75H.60; "took
ers amlfeeders. HW.W: c' WW
WOO: bulls, stags, etc. $4.7608.00.
ilOOS-lUcelpts, 3.000 head; market 6f
10c lower; heavy, lT.Wy.70; mixed. $7.
MT.70; light. $7.70d7.', bulk ot sales, $7.tt
S11EEP AND LAMBS ; - acelpts, 3 000
head- market steady; fed muttons. $8.00
S; withers. 14.M&6.tt; ewes, $.764.60.
' Ml. Joseph Live ftlock Markrt.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Nov, J. CATTLE
Receipts. 2,100 head: market strong to
100 higher; steers. $5 0049.00; com and
heifers. 14.0048.60; calves, $5.00(810.00.
HOGS-Recelpts, 4,600 head; market
steadv; top, $7.85; bulk. $7,6647.75.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Rocelpts. 1.800
head; market slow to weak; lambs, $6.00
ST. VOV1R, Nov. 3. WIOL--Weai.;
northern and western mediums, UfilTc;
slight burry, HlCc; fine burr', UffHc.
INCOME TAX LAW
We have for free distribution a booklet containing the
full text of tho Income Tax Law with an analysis of Bame
by our lawyers based upon such regulations as have been
proscribed by tho United States Treasury Department rela
tive to the administration of tho law. Copies may be ob
tained upon application.
N. W. HALSEY & GO.
Corner La Salle and kimt Straits
WOULD FREE LABORING MAN
Editor of the Appeal to Reason Gives
His Views on Labor.
WOULD USE DRASTIC MEANS
Says He Would t.'onflsente Wealth
Producing- Slnchlnrry of Produc
tion nnd Give- the t'npl
tnllst ft Job.
"When our aiKeatont decided that King
George's sacred right to tax them be
came unbearable, they threw him and
his right Into thn Atlantic ocean, and
now It Is time for us, to do with the cap
italist's sacred right to tax what our
patriotic forefathers did with King
George." Tims did Fred D. Warren ot
Gerard, Kan., editor of the Appeal to
Reason, d I icon mo on the social nnd eco
nomic needs of tho day, when ho ad
dressed n parked house nt the Lyrlo
theater yosterdny afternoon.
"I am In favor," ho continued, "of con
fiscating tho wealth producing machinery
He Injected a great deal of dry humor
Into his speech, and almost constantly
had tho house In an uproar of laughter
"You republicans," he said, "took tho
slaves away from the slaveholder In the
south and left him to starve. We social
ists aro not as harsh as that. We pro
pose to tuko wealth producing machinery
away from tho capitalist and then we 11
give him a Job." Ho enlarged 6n the
possibilities of ths wator power dally
running to waste in the United States,
and said It would turn every wheel ot
machinery In thi land If properly utilised,
To this, ho said, a common reply Is,
"What would you do with all the men
that work In the coal mines, and on the
Set Men Free.
Well," ho answered, "the first thing
wo would do would be to set theeie men
free. We would give them a, little, vaca
tion. Then wo would put them to work
building flreless cookers to be run by
tho electtlo power generated by the. water
power. Then we would put them to work
building homes In the cities, homes fit
for human beings to live In."
He told of the cheapness, of eleetrlo cur
rent In Gerard, Kan., where he lives.
He showed how Its cheapness there mads
It possible for him to have an, electrto
fl rel ess cooker In tlio house. The current
according to his figures costs the peo
ple ot Gerard 2W conts per kllowat.
A half dozen In the audience ventured
the Information that current In Omaha
costs 13 and 14 cents per kllowat
"Is that so?" he nnswered. "Well, we
have a lot of socialists In Gerard, and
so we slipped ono over on thp capitalists
nnd wo are getting our current for 24.
Of course if you people like to pay 12 or 14
that Is your privilege."
By Easter Tornado
The cornorstono e the Jennings Meth-'
odlot Episcopal church was lsld vestec
day for the second time, A largo gather
ing was present. Rev. C. W. McCasklll,
pastor of the Hansoom Park church, de
livered the address of the dav. Th n..
, tor ot tho new church, Rev. E. A. Smith,
inirouuoea me speaker. The Jennlngn
Methodist Episcopal church was formerly
known as the Southwest Methodist Epis
copal church. It was destroyed by tho
tornado Inst Easter.
It Is expected to have enough of the
new church built In threo weeks to hold
Sunday school in the basement and
within a year to hold regular services
thero each Sunday.
Rev. Dr. McCasklll told of the sdvan.
logos of belonging to.a church.
"It Is possible to do right and live the
Christian life outside the church," he
said, In part, "but It Is much more diffi
cult. I grant you It Is possible to live an
upright life outside the church, but not
many do It.
"If there were no churches In Omaha,
how long do you suppose the people
would stay horeT The churches and the
school are the foundations of society and
of our future oitlienship."
MIKES OF WICHITA FOLLOWS
WIFE AND OTHER MAN
A chase after an erring- spouse that
covered several hundred miles ended In
Omaha last night when William Mikes,
a hatter at Wichita, Kan., caught up
with Mrs. Mlkea and Loyis Billies, a
restaurant keeper ot the same city, at
Fifteenth nnd Howard streets. Mikes
followed the couple until he met Officer
Burchard and hod them arrested, charg
ing violation of the Mann act.
Mikes told the police later that he mar
ried Mrs. Mikes only a few months ago
and shortly afterward discovered that he
had a rival In the restaurant man. Then
the restaurant man suddenly disappeared
and so did the woman.
JACK KINCAID IS FOUND
DEAD IN SANDH0USE
Jack Klncold, aged 27 years, welt-known
police charaoter, was found dead In the
street railway compuny'u sand house at
Thirteenth and Nicholas streets Sunday
morning. Death came aa the result of
heart failure. Miles Potter, workman,
who discovered the body, notified the
police, who, in turn, notified the coro
ner. An Inquest may be held. Klncald
la married and leaves a wife and son.
For some time the family had been sep
arated, and the father has been residing
at lodging houses.
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