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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVUM BEK 20. liU.1.
SALE OK EXCHANGE H. E.
UOOD t urines property In a live town)
dtnee see us for particulars.
PAYNK INVBKTMKNT a)MrA.i.
GOOD CATTLR RANCH
I... t . . . -1 ..i.Ul.k.j 1C & a F a In.
L vn uunnirx. ihuiibi rn w
eluding horses, harness, heavy truck and
freight wagons, carriages, hearse, bus
and trunk transfer and real estate lo
caled In a good manufacturing town In
Iowa. What have you to offer?
WHAT have you In clear medium
prlced vacant lots In Omaha to exchange
as part payment on 6. t and 7-room new,
modern and well built dwellings In dif
ferent sections of the city, ranging In
'price from $2,800 to $5,6007
SCOTT & HIM.. Dougtas 1009.
WANTED TV HUT.
WANTED TO BUY REAL ESTATE.
We have customers who want to buy, 1
six-room house and 1 seven-room house
must he In good location. Call at office
or telephone. C C. Clifton, manager real
estate department, Bankers' Realty In
vestment Company, ground floor. Bee
building. Phone Doug. 2326.
FULL price paid for furniture. W. 23.
WANTED to buy.
movements and gold.
all kinds of watch
M. Nathan. 109 S. 13.
WE PAY highest prlcoa for ladles' and
Cents' clothing. 609 8. 13th St. R. 6544.
Kachman will treat you right:
rtrlreft fni" film . nn1hm A mn.m. IV
WANTED TO HENT.
OEMLEJIAN wants furnished room.
close In; give full particulars. Address,
L liw, uee.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and cartful atten
tion. Live Stock Cuiiiinlaslou Merchants.
MARTIN BROS. "Z CO.. Exchange Bldg.
RAILWAY TIME CAKD.
UNION STATION Tenth Mnson.
..s 1:00 am
,..a 4:10 pm
a 1:15 pm
a S:4S am
a 6:10 pm
a 1:10 am
a 1:40 pm
a 2:10 m
a 4:00 pm
a 7:00 am
. X Angelea Limited ...
yDenrer Special ,
f Colorado Kipreaa
Kan Franelaco Limited
..a 1:11 am
..a 4:20 pm
racinc Limited alt:90 am a 7:31 pm
Orecon.Waahlnston Limited. .alO:SO am a 1:11 pm
North I'litte Local a S-.1S am a I IS pm
Grand Jaland Local a 8:30 pm al0:10 am
Btromaburz Local tll:4l pm b 1:20 pm
uientxOf ituca aHiiiiiu .v i-hcixi
nockr Mountain Limited. ...a l'.K am all:03 pm
rhlraco Ical Pataeneer bl0:O0 am bl0:U Dm
l nicsKO uir .koreaa a a.au am a rtm
Chlcaao Nltht Eipreia .a 4:10 pm a 1:40 pin
Dea Molnea Local !& a 1:27 pm a!2:12 pm
Cnlcaso-eD. umuta a t:w pm a i:oo am
Colo, and Cal. Eipreaa a 1:60 pm a 4:00 pm
Okla. & Teiaa Kipreaa a 4:15 pm all:10 am
Rocky Mountain Limitea....ii:n pm a a:5T am
K. C & St. L. Rip a 1:00 am
K, C. At St. L. Ezp all:ll pm
K. C. & St. Paul all:S0 am
Omaha.St. Louie Kip a 1:10 pm
Mall and Kxprraa 7:01 am
Btanberrr Local from C. D...b 9:00 am
CMiaxo Limited a 1:00 pm
Chlcaco Eipreia a 1:10 am
ChlciiRn ttrt-nt Western
Twin Clly Limited a 1:10 pm
Ywln Cltr Eipreta a 7:14 am
a 7:11 ant
a 5:65 pm
a l:o pm
a till am
a 1:30 am
a S:10 pm
a 1:10 am
Chlcaco Kiprca a S;00 pm
a z:30 pm
Lhlcnuo, Mllvrunkee .V St. l'nul
1'acirtc Limited a T:S0 pm
Chlcaco Special a S:S0 pm
California Mall a t:lt pm
Chlcaco narllght Special ....a 7:20 am
Manila Locul a 1:10 am
l'trrr Local a :10 am
Uhlcnuii .v .rt livreK ttrn
Twin CUr Eipreea a 7:15 am
Dakota Haaaeuxer b T:4S am
Bluux Citx Local u 3:23 pm
Minneapolis lUprns 6:15 pm
Uikota Uxpreaa a 1:15 pm
Twin Cltr Limited a 1:09 pm
Denver Fpeclal a 1:00 am
Carroll Lucal a 7:00 am
lUwken Eitreaa ..a 7:40 am
Chicago lxl 12:lo pm
Carroll Local a 4:10 pm
(.blcaco Special a :O0 pm
Kan Krancl'co Limited a 0:25 pm
Overland Limited a 1.00 pm
Oregon-Washington Limited. .a 9 10 pm
Lea Anctlea Limited a pm
a 8:1$ am
a S:2S pm
a j:ji am
a 7:30 am
a :oo pm
all: 50 pm
a 1.21 pm
a 7:20 pm
a 1:15 am
a 7: Jo am
all :10 am
Lincoln-Lone I'lno ....
Twin Cltr Eipreat ....
..a 1:0 am
a 8.00 am
a 1:11 pm
b 1:1S pm
a 1:55 pm
a 7:41 am
a 1:55 pm
b 6:10 pm
a S:20 pm
b S:10 pm
a 6:20 pm
b 1 :H pm
b 1:15 pm
STATION Tenth .fc
....a 6:40 am
..'..a 4:io pra
....a 4:10 pm
....a 1:10 am
....a 4:10 pra
. ...b 1:10 pm
....a :15 am
... .a 7:2S pm
...b 1:05 pm
.... 7:15 am
....a 4:20 pm
....a 1:10 pm
....b 1:10 pm
a T.OO am
a :lo am
Denver and California
a S:l5 pra
Putet Bound Eipreat .....
Pellevue.l lattamoutn ....
ychlcago Fait Eipreea ...
if C"tn kncal .. .........
L Pt U K. C. Special..
OKI' and St. Joaeph ...
U K C and St. Joaeph ....
J (a) Dallr.
a 1:15 pm
a I '10 pra
a 3:45 pm
a T;09 am
a f no pm
a 1:50 am
a 1:40 pm
a 1:00 ira
. 4:S0 pm
.a 1:15 m
a 0:60 am
a 1:10 pm
WnnSTUR STREET STATION Plf.
teenth nnd Webster.
..rb 1:10 pm bil ls am
...b 7:06 am b 4:10 Dm
I'anl, .Minneapolis Jt
Blout Cltr Eipreea
Twin Cltr Paaaenger
Hloui. Cltr Paaaenger ....
b Dalkr except Sunday
...b 1:75 pm bll:65 ra
,..b 115 am a 6:15 pm
.. .o a:i am
..b 1:00 pm b 9.10 am
(e) Sunder onlr.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2S METALS Lend
Easy at Jt.20ii4.ai, In Ixmdon, 1S, 6a.
Spelter Quiet at Jo.2Og5.30; In Ixmdon,
20, lis, 6d. Copper: Steady; standard.
spot to January. jM.izttTmestt; electro
lytic, J14 75fil5.O0; lake, JlS.OOfi 16.60, nomb
nal, casting. J14.2S&14.EA Tin: Steady;
spot and December. J39.60g30.75 ; January,
ijs.tMjsi.xa, fenruary. jay-bTwaosiVa.
Antimony: Dull: Cookson's, 17.507.70.
Iron Quiet nnd unchanged.
Ixindon markets closed as follows
Copper- Steady; spot. 66, 12s. 6d; futureti,
5. 7s. d Tin. Steady; spot. 180. 7s. 6d:
futures, JElfl, 12s. Gd. Iron: Cleveland
warrants. 4s. 44W.
BT LOUIS. Nov. 2S.-METALSIrfad
Nominal at 34.10. Spelter: Dull at !5.0U
Oils nnd Rosin.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2S.-COTTONSEEI
OII Firm: prime summer yellow. J7.OT
bid, December, J7.09; March, J7.25; May,
Tl'RPBNTHINE Quiet; machine bar
SAVANNAH. Qa.. Nov. 28. TURPBN
TINE Firm at 43.c; sales. 760 bbls.; re-
cctpts, KS bbls.; shipments, 276 bhU.s
stocks. 22.4CT bbls.
ROSIN Firm; sales. 3.001 bbls.; re
celpts, 2.772 bbls.; shipments, 2,11S bbls.:
stocks, 145,534 bbls. Quotations: A, II, C,
D. E. F and G ,J3.60; II, J3.60Q8.82Va: 1.
J3 70c53.72V; K. J4.60; M, J6.10; N, J6.10;
WG J6.50. WW. J5.76.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 2S.-COTTON-Spot.
quiet, prices steady; middling fair, 7.74d;
good middling, 7 42d; middling, 7.22d; low
middling, 7.0Gd; good ordinary, 6.40d; ordi
nary, tilnd Sales 6,000 bales.
Cotton closed easy at n net gain of one
to e ght points.
Evaporated Apples nnd Dried Km Its
NEW YORK Nov. 2S -EVAPORATED
APPI.ES-Qulet. but firm.
DRIED FIU ITS Prunes, firm, apri
cots and peaches, quiet and steady,
OMAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Light and Values
Strong and Higher.
HOGS OPEN FIVE CENTS LOWER
Henries Are Stendr-nt the Advnnce
nnl Lights Am Uneven AH
Grades of Sheep nnd
Iambi Are Sternly.
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. 28, IMS.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Official Monday 3.JTC 5,604 1 2.040
umciai Tuesday I.S76
yinctai Wednesday... 1.608
. 1,600 6,000 8,000
Five das this week.. 9.287 34.418 41.CKS
Same days last week..W,9J7 61.41 67,632
Same days 2 wks ago..24.0SS 37,824 82.466
Same days 3 wks ago.23,3l 31.973 P5.R78
Same days 4 wks ago.. 23,057 22,779 128.868
Same days last year.. 16. 425 38.SM 43.033
The following table shows the receipts
of rattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date as compared with last year:
, . 1913. 1912. Inc. Dec.
Cattle RSS.frW 929 2S2 40.314
Hogs 2.321.24S 2,649.758 32S.612
Sheep 3.029.230 2,767,447 301.7S3
The following table shows tne ranee of
prices for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
Date. 1913. 11913-11911. I1910.1900.190S.1907
7 74S 7 82 B 51 7 74 I S 681 4 83
7 66?il 7 91 S 26 7 66 7 97l I 4 94
I 7 93 6 311 7 38 7 91 R Kll 4 93
7 f. 33 7 44 7 S3 R Ml
7 60H 7 79 6 30 7 33 7 99 5 59 4 S3
7 IWHl 7 71 7 3) 7 94 6 70 4 64
7 71SI 7 73 6 IS 7 95 R 9 4 63
7 C9&I 7 76 6 13 7 OS 6 76 4 49
I 7f018G89788 4 32
7 SJK( 767 626 6 93 7 89 R 87 408
7 61U 6 24 7 97 5 76
7 GOI 7 60 6 19 677 6 62 2 93
7 44HI 7 47 rt SS S 04 4 07
7 4S 3 12 8 04 5 66 4 23
7 47a 6 00 6 90 6 67 "
Receipts and dlannalllnn nf llva stock
at the Union atock Yards, South Omaha,
.. ior twtnty-iour hours enaing m
3 o clock yesterdays
.u. i'. ivy,
Wabash R. R
Missouri Taclflc Ry.
i 5 ::
4 2S 2 3
9 B .. ..
4 4 10
21 10 7
" 7 6 ..
69 90 as s
i nion Facinc R. IL
C. & N. W., east..,.
Vc IS. W.. west...
C, SL P., M. & O..
C, H. & Q., east....
C, D. & Q., west...
C. R, I. & P., east.
Illinois Central Ry..
I Total receipts
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Jlorrls & Co 9S
Swift & Co 194
Cudahy Packing Co 392
Armour & Co 22S
Schwartz & Co
Lincoln Packing Co,... 4
Cudahy, Sioux City
Benton. Vansant & It... 78
Jllll & Son 3
F. B. Lowls 17
Huston & Co 41
J. B. Root & Co 23
J. If. Bulla 29
Rosenstock Bros 7
71. F. Hamilton 78
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co.... 4
Harvey ' 9
Other buyers 103
CATTISH Receipts were
there being hardly enough here to really
make a market. For that reuson the few
cuttle on nale commanded good, strong
prices and everything was cleaned up
early in the morning.
Chicago, which had 7.W0 came, was
rcnorte'u as ooenlng very slow and weak.
showing that the demand at that point Is
not very active. At the sume time re.
ports are to the effect that three ship
loads of Argentina beef will arrive In the
verv ntar future. It would seem that 'the
only thing that will ptevent Chicago from
having a very mean muncei ine coming
week will Lie a moderate run or. came
As a matter of course a dull and lower
market at Chicago will have a more or
less depressing effect upon Missouri river
markets, even If local receipts are light.
Quotations on cattle: uooa to cnoice
beef steers, JS.O06S.7S; fair to good beet
steers, $7.60S8.00; common to fair beef
steers, J6.0OH7.60; fair to choice yearlings,
J8.2tVSr9.25; good to choice rangers, J7.C03
7.90; fair to good rangers, J6.wi7.00; com
mon to lair rangers, ;a.itifti.uu; goou to
holce cornfed heifers, J6.60Q7-50; good to
choice grass heifers, J6.25&7.00; good to
choice cows, J5.75fitf.25; fair to good
grades, J5.00a6.75:, common to fair grades,
14 OCVafi.CO; pood to choice Blockers and
feeders, M.&oa7.60; fair to good stockers
and feeders, J6.00Q6.60; common to fair
stockers and feeders, J5.6.V3&00; stock cows
and heirers, J4.WH6.30; veal calves, J6.603
10.00; bulls, stags, etc., J4.D036.CKX
I M 4 2S 1 9(0 5 65
t 935 4 15 11 lot ( 75
S li 4 1 1000 S 75
4 1075 4 60 Zl 1071 6 T5
1 910 S 00 1 0 00
1 1004 S 00 12 1079 00
1 195 S 00 1 9M 10
7 1045 5 10 2 1076 ( IS
S 1140 S 16 1 1010 t 2S
i 1110 6 3 1 1060 SO
S 911 S 55 6 W t 10
S 1014 5 50 II 894 26
2 1190 6 60 1 1165 60
11 10IS S 0 1 1100 50
S 1)1 IW t 11( 6 go
1 440 I 26 9 Ml 75
1 710 IS I n T M
1 w it: i iyr -J 00
1 600 (i 75
1 1170 S 00 1 li; g 75
1 1110 S II Z 1600 S 75
1 940 6 IS 1 950 t 10
1 1270 S 60 1 HO 40
1 610 S 60 1 U70 la
e 1102 s IS 1 IM t to
is 111 e is s io i oo
g S1 74 166 I 60
3 164 T 00 1 100 9 SO
1 201 T 60 1 110 10 00
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
J 774 fi TS
HOGS With a light local run and other
markets reporting stronger prices the
marxei ooenea out aoour. a nickel hicrher
Trade was slow during the early rounds,
but livened up a little toward the close.
and the early arrivals had been sold In
good season. Heavy hogs moved largely
at the advance. Prices paid for heavies
&nH HlitfHra rAneiv! trnm 17 in t? 7rt
the latter figure being paid for a 'load
of prime killing stuir
One train load that was late In get
ting In did not sell so well. Such heavv
hogs as came In on this train landed at
nrlces that were about steady with Wed
nesdav. but the lighter weight stuff wu
very hard to move and what sales were
made showed sharp declines. There wem
still a few loads or light hogs in the first
hands at noon.
Lights were very uneven, some being
no mora than steady, while others were
quoted as being a dime higher, but the
general trade can be quoted as a nickel
higher. Iiulk of the light hogs sold at
lleceipts were estimated at MJ cars, or
6.000 lead f or tne weeK to date the
total is 34,418, being about 17,000 smaller
than a week ago and over 4.00) lighter
than last year. Comparing the receipts
with last weeK it win ne noted that
large part of the shortage Is due to yes
terday being a nonaay,
No. At. 8h. lr. Ko. At. Bb. Pr.
HI.. .. ISO ... 4 90 Jl ....501 ... 7 64
103 ... .164 ... 95 71 US I) IM
107 1ST ... TOO 64 999 140 7 SO
46 114 . . T 00 41 9 ... 7 M
SO lil 7 OS T7 Ml 64 T SS
)M IT !S0 T 14 77 ....161 SO 7 SS
SI IS1 ... T IS 6 ttl ... 7 SS
SI. .. MS . . 7 IS CO SM 364 7 SS
Sat IS ... 7 94 It 114 ... 7 SS
. ITS . T SS 71 JH ) 7 Si
17 199 ... 7 If 97 114 1 7 SS
II 167 911 7 H 19 9S4 164 7 AO
61. .. ITS ... 7 9S 71 M 31 7 4
64 19! 7 2 71 144 1S4 7 So
II 113 64 7 St 71 rt 194 7
61 114 . 7 S3 .Ml lkl 7 (0
77 IV) 7 10 (S 367 200 T A
9 IM :1 34 T64
II 314 7 15 II ir H TW
to ::i IM t is a ztt jso 7 so
T 4S JjT lie 7 0
7 4 M H M J M
J IS SI . .t 1M 7 W
7 41 ... 114 IN
7 4S n M ... T M
7 41 44 Ill M T A
7 4$ 17 .... Ml 1M 7 W
7 4t IS Nt 4 T
7 IS 44 .. 117 n 7 M
7 IS It.. . 143 ... 7 44
7 41 41 K .. 7 M
; w st uo ni
T to fl. :h ... 7 70
t Ml It 1U . . M
IKI M Ill ... M
t ts it ni ... . is
ITS It 141 ... CI
t TS K Ill .. ITS
8HKEP rrices of all kinds of sheep
and lambs held fully steady today on a.
good, active market. KcJ western offer
ings, mostly lambs, ewes and wethers
and a few scattering loads of wheat
field lambs and ewes from Idaho to the
number of about ,000 head In all, con
stituted the stock In tnule. Pretty nearly
everything wan fat, the feeder receipts
not being large enough to test values on
that class of stuff, though there were
quite a few Inquiries for such offerings
for this time of the year, Trane in the
fat grade being active, most everything
was picked tip In good season and an
early clearance waa made.
The sales Included a shipment of fed
western lamb averaging around olghty
pounds that mado a top of $7.55 and most
transactions in such kinds were within
a range of J7.4OTf7.50. The wheatfleld
lambs brought 7OOJT7.10 and some wheat
field ewes sold around Jt.00O4.25. As
much as J4.30 was paid for a bunch of
fed western ewe that weighed 111
The conclusion of today n business
leaves the general market In the same
position as on Wednesday, that Is. lot?
16o higher than last week's close. The
market continues very sensitlvo to the
size of the receipts and the half-fat stuff
docs not meet with as good reception at
the hande of buyers as the well finished
offerings. The chief Interest still centers
In good to choice, fat lambs and ewes.
which have made up the big bulk of the
receipts on most days, the sunnlv of
yearlings and wethers being very limited.
i no iccuer traoe is about the same in
nil respects as at the close of the pre
vious week, the supply gradually dimin
ishing as Is to be expected at this time.
quotations on snoep and lambs Iimbs,
good to choice. $7.267.C0; lambs, fair to
good. 6."5fi7.25: lambs, culla. tfi.MMiri.Oft-
lambs, feedors, J5. 60(36. 60; yearlings, light,
J5.7iVfli6.00: yearlings, heavy, Jo.KV??5.75;
ji-umiiKn, leeucre, weiners,
good to choice, J4. 33Jr4.60; wethers, fair
to good, J4.00f4 35; wethers, feeders J4.O0
4.60; ewes, good to choice, J4.2.V34.M);
ewts, fair to good. J3.S5&4.2S;. ewes, feed
607 cornfed lambs .....
227 Wyoming wethers
1S1 Wyoming wethers
aw Wyoming wethers
z Idaho yearlings ..
110 Idaho lambs
220 Idaho lambs ..
135 Idaho owes ...
170 Idaho ewes ..
25 Idaho ewes ..
Oi Idaho owes ..
f4 Idaho lambs ,
94 cornfed lambs
141 cornfed lambs
105 cornfed lambs
202 cornfed lambs
CIIICAOt) MVn STOCK MARK RT
llocra Strong:, Mostly Fire Cents
II lather Sheen Stonily.
CHICAGO. Nov. 28. CATTLE Re
celntn. 7.000 head: beeves, generally
steady: calves. 25o higher: beeves, 16.000
9.60: Texas steers. J0.4OJJ7.00; western
ateern. I5.wrin.su: sioCKers ana ireiiers,
jl.8OJP7.40: cows and heifers, I3.55QS.15;
trans Receipts. 25.000 head: market,
strong; mostly 5c higher; light, J7.10fj7.70;
nlvl. r7.rJVW7.fit): heavv. J7.35B7.S5: rough,
J7.404i7.55; pis. J5.00G7.00; built of sales,
r rrvrtrr cn
SHEEP AND LAMIIS-Recclpts. 25,000
head; market, steady; lambs, weak to
ifw. lower; native sheep. I4.0OH6.10; west-
. eirKWWUO! venrllngs. J5.25476.2o
lambs. il.00Jfi.70; western lambs, J6.00
tr . ntv Live Stock Market.
TCANHAS CITY. Mo.. Nov. 2$. CATTLE
ti.,i. rjY) iiesrl: atesdv to 10c lower,
Prime fed steers. J8.2080.00; dressed beef
steers, J7.0OTjS.TO; western steers. o..u.
8.00; southern steers, $5.503i.M; cows, J4.2G
ffK..75; heifers. J5.25diS.O0; stockers nnd
feeders, 35.508750; bulls, J4.754l.60; calves,
HOOS Receipts, S,H. head; strong;
closed weak. Rulk, V 25!37.02,.4: heavy,
J7.45Q7.G2tt; packers and butchers, J7.3..
7.05: light, J7 25(f7.&0' pigs. J5.50tf7.00.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Recelps, 3.000
hend; lOo to 13c higher. Lambs, tfl.25fi!
7.75; yearlings. JTi.263.26; wetners,
25; ewes, J4.O04J4.TO.
St. Louis Live Htoek Mnrkrt.
BT IX)UIS. Mo., Nov. 28. CATTLE
Receipts, 1,000 head; steady. Uooa to
choice steers, J8 0W.w; stockers ana
feeders. J.'i.OOin.W'; cows and nouem, i.w
3.60; bulls, J4 7595.00: calves, js.axuii w;
southern steers. ii.icu.w, vuno
HOGS Receipts. 8.3W neaa; sxrong. ris
and lights. J5.757.75; mixed nnd butchers,
J7.45fi7.RO; good heaT. J7.707TT.R2tt.
BIIEKI" AN1J 1jA).MII ivoceilim,
head; steady. Muttons, J3.7to74.i; year
lings, J5.00S.00; lambs, JSSI-SO.
Slnnr Cltr Live Stock Mnrkrt.
KlOtlX CITT. la.. Nov. 2S.-CATTLE
Receipts. 800 head: market steady; natlvo
steers. J7.2cVg7.ti0: cows ana neiters, no
p5.75; canners, J3.764I4.60: calves, si.Wtf
8.00: bulls, stags, etc, h.dwsv.w.
HOGS Receipts, two neaa marnei bc
lower; heavy, J7.0OTj7.35: mixed. J7.354r7.45:
llglit. Xl.Wsf.X&; pigs, J5.001iJ.75; bulk of
ftl I EBP AND LA MIIS iteceipts, a,iw
head; market, steady; fed muttons. J5.5f3
,00; wetners. h.wqi.w; ewes, Hiin.wi
St. Joseph Live Stork 3Inrkr.
BT. JOSEPH. Mo.. Nov. 2S. CATTLE
Receipts. 700 head; market steady; steers,
J60g8.75: cows and heifers, W.OOBI.OO;
HOGS Receipts. rVSOO head; market
steady to Co higher: top, J7.70; bulk of
RHBEP AND UAJins-Recelpts. l.mo
head; market steady, IO3160 higher;
Live Mtork In Might.
Receipts of live itock at the six nrlncl-
psl western markets:
uattie. nogs. Hheep.
Houth Omaha 1.500 ,0uO R.or)
St. Joseph 700 C.MiO 1,000
Sioux City SOO 2,0)0 3,w
Kansas City 2.500 S.Wl) 2,300
St. Louis l.rW K.SOr) 2,300
Chicago 7.000 25,0)0 20,000
13,10) K.fi00 43,700
Kanua Cltr (irnln nnil Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 28. Wl I EATNo.
2 hard. SSfiWic; No. 2 red. S7WjoSHc.
CORNNo. 2 mixed, 70o; No. 3, 6SV4c;
No. 2 white, GHc; No. , 68c.
Closing prices of futures:
WHBAT-December. MTiQSlc; May, RGi
CORN December, fiOVJc: May, 71ie.
OATS-No. 2 white, tOH-gmc; No. 2
KOOS Firsts. S4c; r-econds, 32c.
POULTRY Hens, lmc; roosters,
ducks, 10c; springs, ll'.ic
NEW YORIC Nov. 28. COFFEE De
clined today, owing to lower cables, re
ports of Rrazil selling, and renewed
liquidation. The opening was steady at
a decline of 7611 points and the close
barely steady at a net decline of 194
points. Salos 91.000 bags: November. 9.4ta;
December. 9.4tc: January 9.62c; March,
.19c; May. 10.17c; July lO.SSc; September,
10.53c; October, lO.SSc Spot unsettled; Rio,
No. 7. 10c; Santos. No. 4, 12ic; mild quiet;
Cordova, 12V4TJlVc. nominal.
IjOXDON. Nov. 88. -WOOI -There were
13.400 bales offered at the wool auction
sales today. The bidding was strong
and prices seady. Americans bought a
Mil an r Market.
NEW YORK. Nov 2S.Sl"OAR Raw,
rjulet; moscovado, 3.11c; centrifugal, J.61c.
molasses sugar. 2 Wo Refined, quiet
i NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Flurry in Call Money Curbs Inclina
tion Toward Speculation.
OUTSIDE BUSINESS IS SMALL
4pernor Kind It Almoat Impossible
to 3Invr Mat In Hither Direc
tion Drift of Prices
NEW YORK, Nov. 2S.-A flurry In call
money, which rose to 10 prr cent, effec
tively curbed any Inclinations toward
active speculation In stocks today. Out
side business was small. Operators found
It almost Impossible to mrrvc tne list in
either direction. The drift of prices was
downward and a few of the newer In
dustrials fell back one to two points, but
among the leading stocks changes wero
It was the last loaning day of the
monlh and money rates were affected by
preparations for Decembor 1 payments.
Another Influence was continuance of the
outward movement of currency. The
amount of gold sent to Canada on the
present movement was brought up to
J14.10O.OO0 by shipment of M.4U today.
The largo outflow of currency and the
rise In call money aroused appjehenstfn
of an unfavorable batik statement to
morrow. Estimates of the cash loss,
based on known movemehts of currency
during tlio week, run as high as 1JO.CW.000
Time money rates were not affected by
these conditions and the outlook was for
return of easy mtrs for call funds.
Of the leading stocks Amalgamated wss
under heaviest pressure. Speculative soil
ing of this stock was based on cessation
of demand for the metal, the recent cut
In price having produced only a tem
porary buying movement. Bullish opera
lions In I'nkm Pacific, based on the fa
vorable October reiort, wero successful
for i time, but after the price had been
bid up a point It eased off again. United
States Realty was affected by the failure
of ii New York real cstato concern and
slumped six points. Can common ttnd
preferred also were weak, but Mexican
Petroleum preferred gained eight points
iionns snowed nn easier tendency. Total
sales, par value, $1,175,000. United States
bonds were unchanged on call.
wumoer of sales and leading Quotations
on stocks were,:
Btlra. High. Low. Cloa.
10.100 45 im 9Vi
American Ileet 8utar. .. :) :l 33
American Can s.ioo lis 11
American Can pfd 1,40) 91 90Vi
American c. F
American Cotton Oil
Am. Ice Securities
American S. A 11 .....
American 8. t It. pfel
Am. Hucar Kerinlnej..
American T A T
American Tobacco ...
1.300 1!0 111V
Anaconda .Mining Co.... 04 Slit 31 S
Alchlaon S00 Ki 2V
Atlantic Coast Line ,
Ilrooklrn ltapld Tr 400 17 UK
Canadian Paclflo XCOO JltU 2111,
Central Letther 100 tll 34.
CtieaapeaVe A Ohio
Chicago 0. W
Chicago M A. Ft P
Chicago N. w
Colorado Kuel A Iron..
too i:c. ix
Delaware A Hudaon
DenTer A Hlo (Irande
Denver IL O. pfd
Dltlllera' Securlllea .... wo
Krle let pfd 101
Krle 3d pfd
(Treat Northern ptd
"rent Northern Ore ctfa,
200 3l'i SUi
Inter. Slet. pfd mo 87t
international llarieater.. 100 101H
Kanaaa Cltr Southern...
lAjuUvllle A Nathrllle..
M.. St. p. A a, Ste. St.
Mlaaourl. K. A T
N. U. It. nf St. 3d pfd..
New York Central
6.100 S7,i 17
S04 116(4 IIS
400 n; a
.V. Y. . O. &. W
Norfolk A Weatern
Northern Tactile joo
Pacific SUI1 ,
PennarlTaala J 506
I'eople'a Oaa !.
P.. C. C. A Bt. I, "...
Prewil Bteel Car "'
Pullman Palace Car,.'..
10,:0i) 1104 199
I llepubllc Iron A Steel
napuhlle I. A B. pfd....
Hock laland C?o
Hock I.land Co. pfd,....
Ft. L. A H. P. 3d pfd...
Seaboard Air Line
Sabnnl A. I,, pfd .
Sloei-Sheffleld B. A I .
Ko. lUllwar pfd
Texaa A Paclflo
Union Pacific pfd....
United Statea Itcaltr
United Ktatea Kubher
United Rutea Steel ..
U. H. Steel pfd
Utah Copper .
Weatern Maryland ...
Wheeling A L, E
-Hx-dlvldend. !):. ... 1..
Total aalea torjhtJirJOt.m .harea.
Ner Vork Money Mnrkrt
Ji;w VORK. Nov. 28.MONOTC.li
stromr. at rn.m n . -all
nr ii"17i ruling rate.
.- iu"ims, pep eent Ttmn
hans. firmer; Blxty nni ninety dT.mS
S.nAi .months. 4166 ! So?
.STERLING RX CHANG E Steady; sixty
Mli Jl Vi. ni1, , K,5;
RONDS-Govemment. steady: rniirnn.i
Closing quotations on bonds todav ,.
V. H. ref. la reg.. 97 K. C. Fo. ref. 6a.. .4
do ref. 3a coupon.. 3T s. deb. 4. 19J1 hu
ft- T. lat 1. tut
V. B. 4a. res
Panama 3a coupon
JJ.... 1,0 ro'"r- & 77i
. 96Uv 11 t - ::: i!
Amer. As la
A. T 4 T. ti 4a
91 .v 'V 'J. 'I: '" I!..
Am. Tobacco St .
KlK. T. N. II A ii "
Armour A Co. 4Ha
Alchlaon gen. 4a
' o at!
.Ml.'. WaW W
100'i do ev. 4a . im
do cr. 4a I960
do ct. Sa.. .
A. C U let 4a
" ii?" 1 acme
... 90S do 3a
Pal. A Ohio 4a ..
Ilrook. Tr ct 4a
Cen. nf fia. Sa.
..WM do con. la....
t-en irfmer aa. . "Heading ten l.
"Chea. A Ohio 4Vt 91S8 UAH Ft,
dn eOT. Hi a 71 da reo. lm
4hleago A A IHa.. S4 Fi 1, s w e' la
C. B. A . j. 4a.... 94 S. a I. adl !
ao sen. ia u 0. I'ac. cwl.
St & S r c ,Ue 101'tf dn e 4.
C It. I. A P. c. 4 a SIS do lit ref 4a
do rf. 4a 74 Ko Itallwar Sa
C. A 14 r A e 4Ha 91S dn ten 4a
P. & 11. ct. 4...... 9T Union Pacific 4a.
r. cw ,4. rci. am.
10 do it. 4a
Jl 'do lat Ai ref.
... nsu. b. nubber
Erie p I. 4a .
do gen. 4a..
do ct 4a, rer.
III. Cen. lat ref.
Sl'. B. Steel id (,
n IVV-C Chem j.
4a HSWah lat A ei 4,
Inter Met 4Ue...
14 nnicrn Md. 4a
S W'eat Eiet ct. 6a
MS "Wis. central 4. .
Inter. M. M 4H
Japan 44a ..
Ilnalnn Mlook Mnrkrt,
iiUMu.-s. nov. 5.- Closing nnotatlnn
on stocks were
A Z . L.
. UNetad roti.
N'Plaalnc SI IBM .'
. . 4S .North Ilutta ..
M. SO North Lake .. ...
.. 41 m Old Dominion
Arlaana Com ..
H & C. C & 8
4-el A Arltoaa..
Cal A Heala..
.. SM Otteali
. . P' Oulacr "
C iS ShaniKm
M... 9 tHtiperlar
JSSuperK.r A n St
roiper Itanaa 1
K.it nutte I'
Kranklln . ...
Oranbr On. .
" V H. at It. A M
tali Hurtle l'wf- 1 do pfd
Kerr M 4H Utah Cut
I air Cancer S 1't.ih fnnutp r
Iji aialle Copper. JH'JIam. I
Miami i epprr a.ia w.i ih
London Stock Mnrket.
LONDON. Nov. 26. -American securities
opened easy today Canadian Parlfc waa
weak during the first hour and the list
declined from la-k of support At noon
the tone was barely steady and prices
ranged from tint hanged to 14 beUw
i.ontinn closing stock quotations.
Csnaole. masej .. .1 Union Paeltlo .
a ateat. (Jan 1 IS S 1
SIbVKR-Uar. steady at
MO.NI-7Y-44y4a per cent.
DISCOUNT RATKr SlMirt bills. 6 Per
oent. three months' bills, 4 13-16 per cent.
ClUCAtSII CJIlAtN AM) PHOVISHINS
Fentnres of the TrndliiR nnd ( loalnjc
Prices on llnitrd of Trndc
anOAOO, Nov. IS Lack of support
eeseil the wheat market today, although
thore were several Items of bullish Im
port. Closing figures were steady nt 4
wSc net decline. Corn eloped 'c lower
to Ho higher, oats WW off and provi
sions unchanged to 23Wo higher.
Wheat prices started lower nnd
throughout the session failed to reach
ednrsday's closing figures. Reports of
I'niiny Mciuner in tne winter wheat belt
inducing svi unhealthy growth with
attendant Insect development Tailed to
Impress trnilnrs. Argentine wet weather
whs also unnolld-' igb 'nwer Liver
pool cables were reflected hero, Kxi ort,
milling and spei iu t.uj.ng was of
Insufficient uuantlty to have any great
effect. May wheat at different stages of
the session Was pressed on the market
by commission houses who acquired It
early from elevator handlers.
Warm rains scattered over the corn
belt hampered husking and marketing
This condition wtlh light arrivals from
the country, however, failed to hold up
the market, which showed an enrlv ad
vance and toward the end prices slnnted.
Oats moved sluggishly. December hold
ings shifting to May and May owners
taking hold of lecember The trades
" nui targe, provisions wert
jponsive to both buying and selll
iiiougn me trade was not of groat
umo and advances were the rule. Pork
me greatest advance.
Chicago future prnes.
Artlolol Open. I High.. Close. Yes'y.
S7f l WUOSISflSgrsJ JWt sjii
W'afl'Jl 91'i!0HffSj Jp;
jnfm 7m70iJTi 70S io
'0Sit 7t 70' 4 70HIIK 70b
aJSJTHff'i 37H 37H ST',
41t' 41', 41MTS 4is 4I'i
21 00 21 'IS 20 95 21 IB 20
20 92H 21 10 20 00 21 07-10 20 ST.i
10 90 10 87H 10 R74 10 S74
11 10 11 15 11 10 11 12-lG Jl 12H
It 10 11 10 11 00 11 10 11 00
11 20 11 274 11 17-20 11 37H 11 1714
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No.
95ttftIWc: No. 3 red. !Cfi93o; No. 2
SSHfiSRc; No. 3 hard, S7JibS'4e;
northern, SSHC?9Hc; No. 3 northern, H04H
f.Sc; No. 2 spring, MIMiSO'.ic; No. 3
spring, R5HGc. Corn: No. 2, 73mjf74c;
no. 3 while. 74Wfi&c: o. 2 yellow. t&4
I76Hc No. 3, 72Viti75c; new, ilqfaa;
No. 3 while. 74iH4Hc; now. rs,mHc; No.
yellow, TBWffiGc: now. laUfrTOVaC. Oats:
No. 2. 41c; No. 2 Whlto. 41c; No. 3 whites
KUTIle; staitdanl, 40iNlHc. Parley; 60tP
Roc. Sed: Timothy: 'J4.vir.r..15; clover,
J10.W.W14.00. Provisions: Pork, J21.00; lard.
Jll.70; ribs. J10 5OIJ11.25.
I "OTA TOES Receipts. 45 cars: W scon-
sin, white, ra67c red, CitCSc; Michigan,
Ohio and Minnesota, 6&ff70o.
cuiSKHis Higher; musics, I4;wirc:
twins. 14V45T14HC; Americas. IS'iClMici
long horns, l&UlS'ic
EGGS Receipts. 3,fiI2 esses: market
steady; at murk, cases Included, SOiflSOc;
ordinary firsts, JSgSfic; firsts. 30U37r.
i-OtiLTiiy Lower: springs. 13c: fowls.
12c; turkeys, lie.
NEW YORK GRnEllAb MA11KKT
Qnotntlona of the Oar on Various
NEW YORK. Nov. 5S PI.OITR
tjuiet; spring patents. J4.354f4.K: winter
straights. J4.10tr4.20: winter tmtcnts. J4.40
spring clears, J4.nMj4.ai; extra no.
1 winter, J3.55ff3.75; extra No. 2 winter,
i'.J.iaJ.w: Kansas straights. st.ioSH.-u
WHliAT Boot morkot imisv: No. 2 red.
9S4c, noinlnni, c I. f. Now York, oxport
basis, and J1.000, f. o. b, afloat; No. 1
northern Duluth. 002 r. f. n. b. afloat.
Futures murkot cosier: December. IHiwc:
HOPS Btoadyt stnto common to choice.
1913 crop. 408480; 1912 crop, 20ia.!5c; Paclflo
coast, IBIS crop. SSffJOc: 1912 crop. XfTCSc.
HIDES-Steady: Hogotn. 29VtD0rtc:
Central America, 30c.
PICTROLKUM-Steady: refined. New
York, bulk, 15.25; barrets, JS.75; cusea,
WOOI Qu et: domestic fleece. XX
CORN Snot mnrkct steady: old No.
2 yellow, sic, nominal, elevator, domestic.
OATS-Spot market dull; ntantliird
whlto, 4C447c; No. 3, 4&i'BlCo; fulicy
clipped white, 47t(4Sc.
HAY Steady . standard, tl.OSVi; No. 1,
J1.07V; No. 2, !5Q7V4c No, 3. oWf85c.
L13ATHHR Hteaiti' ; hemlock firsts, 2W
30c; seconds. 2Ky2Dc
PROVISIONS - Pork, steady; mess,
J23.2623,75; family. J24.rft5J27.00; short
clears, J20.251322.00. Reef steady; mess
Jlr..0O7J18.60; family. 19.5ja).W. Cut meats
firm; pickled ItellleH, 10 to 14 pounds,
JI3.f-0tfl5.00; picliled hams. J13.75. 1-ard,
steady; mlddlo west. J10.9OJ7 11.05; refined,
iiutet: continent, 111.05; South America,
J12..10; compound, steady; JS.62Wtls.H7H.
TALIOW Steady; city, Gc; country,
6fiic; Bpoclal, 7Hc.
lll'TTHR-Steudy; receipts. 2,027 tubs;
creamery extras, 3.1035c; firsts. 27il32c,
held extrns, SOftOJe; first 27Hif2c; state
dairy, finest, 30ij32c; good to prime, 20
29c; common to fair, 23,2oa, process ex
trns, 25WM2CHc; Imitation creamery, MfJ
25c; factory, held firsts, 23c; current make,
CHKIMR-Steody; receipts, 2,473 boxes;
ftl lit o whole milk, held apecluls, WnijlCc;
average fancy, 16V4f; fresh specials, KSVic;
averaga fancy, 15401Cc, daisies, hold, lt
EOGS Klrm; receipts, 4,7S(J cases; fresh
gathered extras, 46Ii4Sc; extra firsts, 44
U45c; firsts, 4(43c; checks, gool to
rholce, 24tt25c; refrigerator, special marks,
fancy, 29Hf00c; firsts, 'u'-Jc, nearby hen
nery whites, fine to fancy. 6Sti63c; gath
ered whites, 5Cfffi0c, hennery browns, i&U
uic; western gatnereu Whiles, wjjiuic,
POITLTRY Dressed, firm; fresh killed
westorn chickens, lW23c, fowls, WfloHc;
turkeys, spring iDtryic.
Minneapolis (irnln Mnrket.
MINNIO,POLIS. Nov. 241. Wl IK AT
No. 1 hard. S5Vc; No. 1 northern. Mit
Wic; No. 2 northern. 8iO'.;c; No. 2
hard Montana. R-IViflRIWc; Nn. 3 wheat.
'IrtiiiHWc; Icccmber. ts2Ul2ic: May.
h LOl'R Unrlmnged.
CORN No. 3 yellow, C4WKc.
OATS No. .1 whlto, WMMhc
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Retrenchment, Rather Than Expan
sion, Characterizes Situation.
NEW ENTERPRISES LIMITED
Ctirtnllmrnt of Itperntlnns llrsnlt
Mainly from Restricted Hu
Inir by Trnnsportliaic
NKW TORK, Nov. .-Dun's Review
tomorrow will say:
lessened actlxHy In Industrial channels
reflects prevailing uncertainty regarding
the future. The distribution of mettbnn
dlse for Immediate, rcrpltrcmcnls "ti
tlnues large, but rctrenrhnunt ra-'her
than expansion chara.ten?s the situa
tion. Caution Is general mi entenm ur-m
forward committments anJ ne.v enter
...1... .. -.. iiiin,i whtln economy is
nrni-ilep.1 In nmnrrous ltiaftois. Later
Is not so well employed i more ma
chinery Is idle In Iron and steel, the
leading mills now running ronsldctablj
below their full capacity.
Curtailment of operations results innlliiy
from the lesttlcted buying by uansuort
1.... ........ ,,..1 ..1, Irl, Miwr e'le dltfu'tl'iy
In obtaining needed funds for eiiuipmeiU
and extensions. The opening of the east-
.... Innlltrv nnd the IlL'R.ll-
nlng of the currency debate In tbo senate
I'nlluro this w eek numbered SW In Mho
Itnlted States. aRalnst 0 ll v,u'' V.h
rnrit..iMi. in Cnnnda. conilHtloil nitn
forty-one a year ago
llltAD.ITIlKI'.T'S TRA1H5 RUVlllW
Quieter Condlttoiis llnlc In lmlnstrr
Clotblnu Drinnnil OhrrkriL
NBW YORK. Nov. 2,S.-imidstreet'J to
morrow will saj :
rviininr mri.tiiiiina ruin In trade and In
miiinhlv mild wi'Uthcr hap
nt. ul a.i ,i.n.ii,i r.it- u'lntrir wenrlnu CP'
n.rnl llnoal'.r. ilfV KOOda 1111(1 .Mlldl'Cd
lines revort a good volumo of orderij for
quick delivery, nna tnose irancn ina
more ravoramo compansuns ".m
eiir than anv other lines. Holiday I'nda
ntmrla urn ollrnritll.
I iM.liialrlnl rlrelea the tClldellC has
been toward Increased quiet, partially be
catiHo of tlio continuance f Ugg ng de
mand for Iron and steel and other metals.
Tho most liniiortaiit labor tro'iinii ii
tho wovk, that at Scheno-diuly, involves
mm .le.'trlrnt winkers, nut thn trouble
la one of unionism and not of wage. 1 ho
year's strikes to date invoice fewer peo
nlo than a year ago. and tho niigregntn
is far below the maximum of 1P0.1 and
..ilini illalurhpil vennt.
liuslnesti faJlures for tne weeK are .iv,
wlilph rnmruirea With 247 ill 1112.
Wheat, Including flour, exports tor tne
week nggregate 5,S9rt,007 buslsvls, against
6,080,017 bushelH last year.
OaiAH.l UUNHIIA. SIAIlUIil.
H UTTER No. 1. 1-lb. cartons, 20o: No.
1. r.l-lli tnlia .lie.
VISI f Wliil o frrwh. iftn: trout, fresh.
15o; largo crapples, fresh, lSITlSo; Spanish
inacxerol, ltic; shaa roo. per pair. wu
salmon, fresh, 10c; halibut, fresh, 13o;
buffalo, c; bullheads, 13c channel cat
flBh, 16c; pi lie, 10c; plckorel, lie.
POULTRY '1! rollers, J5.OOHC0O per dox.i
hen. 16lflGc; cocks, 1!C; aucus, iohjto
pp.rh 1Rp. iiirWnva fr.nt ntaeons. ner dox.
J1.20; roosters, 84c; ducks, full feathered,
12Hc; geese, full feathered, 11c; squabs,
Kn 1. ll.M! Nn t LCv
CHEESE ImporteA Bwlis, 30o Amert
ran Swiss. V: bluek Swiss. 24a: twins.
18c; daisies. ISHc: triplets, lSttc; Young
Americas. 19c; blue label brick, 18c; lira-
l:..nn . It. Ui V -... .-1, ..hill. lit..
Wholtsttli. prices of beef cuts effective
touay in umu.nu ore as follows;
I1LEF CUTS No. 1 ribs, llltc; No.
1iUn K'r. 1 lia'.r. N!n 1 lliltia. lfio! No.
15;o: No. s! 13c. No. 1 chucks. lOVic; No.
3. Iilir' Nn 3 KUi. Nn. 1 rounds. 13 HC
No, 2, 124c; No. 3, llHc. No. 1 plates,
9Wc; No. 2, 8Sic; No. 3, $0,
Tho follovlng prices are furnlshod by
ih mil nakv irruit enmnanv:
lemiiTSAnnles! ICxtra fancy Wash.
Ington Jonathans, per box, J2.23; White
Winter Pearmalns. per box, si ; juncr
Whlto Winter Pearmalns, per box, J2.00
fancy Idaho Black Twig, por box, J2.00
fnnrv Itlalin Ilnldwlns. ner box. J2.00
fancy Idaho York Imperials, per box,
12.00; fnncv Idaho Wolbrldge. Per box.
Il.fB: fnev Idaho Willow Twigs, per box,
S1.8&: fancy Idaho HinlUi Ciders. Per box.
xi.85: extra isncv laano norinrrn our.
Greenings or Kings, per box. J100; extra
fancy Idaho itamuos, per uox, ri.a; oxira
fancy Ren Davis, per box, Jl.ti; fancy
lien Davis, por box, ii.w, cnoice utn
Davis, per box, J1.40: No. 1 Hen Davis,
per bid., )l.50; labeled Wine Baps, per
lilil., Jg.50, labeled Quno, per bbl., J5 00.
Poars; IJxtra fanay Rourre ciairgeau.
per box, 12.50. Oranges: Florida, 120, 150,
170, sw, zis sizes, por dox, st.w; cm size(
icr Ikjx. J4.00: 2S3 size. Per box. J3.69:
navals. 12S. 150. 178. ZOO. 216 slzos. Per box.
J1.50; 250 size, per box. J4.X; 288 size, per
box, J3.75; S24 size, per box, S.1.CQ. Iyemons
Extra fancy Sunklst, 300s and SdOa, per
box, J9.00; extra choice Rod Rail, 300s and
860n, per box, J8.50. Grapes: Extra fancy
Emperors, per orate, JJ.00; Earls Em
perors, por bbl., 34.00; Imported Malaga,
extra fancy, J7.O0; fancy, 1050; extra
choice. JC.OO: choice. 15.50. Grapefruit
Extra fancy Florida, 46 and 96, JI.7S: 54,
64 and 80, J5.00. Cranberries: Per box.
J2.75; Uell and Ruglo, per bbl.. 19.00: Uelt
una Cherry, ler bbl., is.fio: late Red, per
uui., ja.za: iticnara, per uul, sy.vv; ex.
treme Jumbo, per bbu. 111.00.
VEG ETA 11 LES Potatoes t Genuine Red
River Early Ohio, per bu , J1.00; Rural or
Uurbanks, per bu., 85c; Virginia sweet
potatoes, per bbl., J2.00: Delaware Jerseys,
per hamper, J1.25. Cabbage: Hotlsnd
seed, per lb., 2c; red, per lb., 3a. Squash
Per b fc. I'ninpklns: Per lb., Jic.
Onions: California lurge yellow, per lb.,
2',V. Ohio large Red Globe, per lb.. 2Wc:
Spanish, per crate, J1.50; white boiling,
per lb., 3o. Tomatoes: California, per
four-basket crate, 12.00.
MI8CELIANEOUB-Callfornlo, figs. 11
12-ox. pkgs.. 85o; 50 6-ox. pkgs., 12.00; Cali
fornia black figs, 12 12-oz. pkgs., J1.00; 7
crown Imported figs, per lb., I8c; I-erown
Imported figs, per lb,, ISo; 7-crown pulled
figs (boxes weighing about 5 lbs.), 90c; 5
rrown pulled figs (boxes weighing about
b lbs,), 75c, 7-crown pulled figs (boxes
weighing about 10 oz ), per doz JI.25;
Dromedary brand dates, pkg., J3.00; An
chor brand dates, pkg., J2 25. Hallowe'en
dates, per Jb., 7V4c; parsn1is. per lb.. 2c;
carrots, per lb., 2c, beets, per lb., 2c; ruta
bagas, per lb., lHc; California Jumbo
celery, per doz,, 8; Michigan celery, per
dor., 35o; cider, per keg, J3.26; cider, per
half bbl., 15.75; shallots, per doz., Mc;
parsley, per doz., 40c; radishes, per doz.,
3oc: head lettuce, per doz., J1.00; home
grown leaf lettuce. er doz., 40c; green
Cute Little Fellow
peppers, per basket, fioc, wax or green
beans, rer hamper, JS.00; hothouse cucum
bers, per doz., 75c to Jl 60: cauliflower,
per crote, J3.SB; Venetian garlic, per lb
eggplant, per doz., jz.oo; horse
radish. 2 dos. bottles In esse, per ease.
00; walnuts. No. 1 soft shell, per lb..
19c; medium pecans, per lb., ISHc; Jumbo
pecans, per lb., 15c; giant pecans, Loulsl-
na paper snen, per id., jrc: iiioerts. per
16C; nraxe aimonus, per id., isc; paper
hell, 23c: Rrazlls, per lb., 18c; larga
ashed, per lb., 19c; black walnuu, per
2Hc: raw no. i peanutr, per id., to:
Jumbo peanuts, per lb., 8c; roast peanuts,
per lb.. 8Hc; shell bnrk hickory nuts, per
lb.. 5c; large hickory nut por lb., 4c:
hltn rlro noncorn. per lb.. 4c; checkers.
per UO-pkg. esse, J3.60; checkers, per 50
pkg. case, 3)1.75.
SI. I, mils (Icnrrnl Mnrket.
ST LOP IS. Nov. 28. WH RAT No. 3
red. fJfiP4e; No. 2 hard. Mifi93c; Decem
ber. !7tWte: May. 93fltJ1c.
CUIUS No. 2, 7P4c; No. z white, uvc.
new, 76c. old; December, .oc. May,
OATS No. 2. 41c: No. 2 white, 42c; De
cember. 39fl(S!ie; Mai'. 42HO,
Liverpool (irnln Stnrket.
LtVKRPOOU Nov. 2S.-WHKAT-8pot.
steady; No. 1 Mnnltoba. 7slid; No J,
s md. Futures, easy; December, is ia;
March, 7s3Vid; May, 7s 2,d,
corn spot, firns; American mixed,
fisSd; La Plata futures, steady; Decern
lcr, 4s9"Sd; January, 8s Sd.
Dry Goods Mnrket,
NEW YORK. Nov. 2S.Cotton goods'
morkets were steady today, but nuleL
Carpet mantifocturers havo been buying
South American wools for their Uses.
Domestic wools were very quint, foreign
wools, steady. Silks, quiet. Yurns caster.
NEW YORK. Nov. 28. -COTTON Fu
tures, cloned easy. December. 13.03c! Jan
uary. 12 8!c; March. 12 97c; May, 12.90c;
July, 12 81c Spot, quiet; middling, 13.40a;
WON'T TAKEJILLA'S MONEY
Juarez Business Houses Close, Mer
chants Refusing Fiat Medium.
STOCKS TO BE CONFISCATED
llnndreit Spaniards Appeal to Amer
ica n Consul to Take Chnrsro of
ThrJr Property, Which
EL PASO, Tot., Nov. 28. Business
houses In Juarez closed doors this aft
ernoon upon tho Issuance of an order
by General Francisco Villa that shop
keepers must accept constitutionalist
flat money. When he learned that tho
merchants had closed their stores rather
than accopt the rebel currency, Gencrat
Villa announced that he would confiscate
Spanish residents of Juarez appealed to
American consul Thomas D. Edwards
to tnko charge of their property follow
ing Gcnoral Villa's therat to confiscate
their property. Consul Edwards ac
cepted tho custody of the property.
There are about 100 Spalnards In Juarez.
Robol scouts reported to General
Villa nt Juarez that they had sighted
tho federal outposts at Villa Ahumada,
eighty-three miles south of Juarez, dur
ing the day. The presence of the federal
torcca at Villa Ahumada has caused nu
little concern In Juarez ns the rebel
oflcera, do not know definitely whether
they are the troops which rotrcatod
from Tlcrru Ulanca after their defeat
Tuesday, or ore reinforcements from
Chihuahua which the again moving
north to engage General Villa,
I will lcavo to attack Chlhuahui Just
as soon ns I can get my trains loaded
with provisions and my troops, which
will probably be Sunday morning." said
General Villa at Juarez tonight.
Tomorow morning General Villa will
hold a review nnd parade of all of his
troops In celebration of tho victory over
the federals at Tlerrn. Rlanca. After the
parado and review the troops will make
preparations for leaving for the south.
Tho parado tomorrow morning will be
led by tho Fifteenth battalion band of
tho federal army which wan captured by
General Villa when ho took Juarez and
which has been Incorporated Into the
Thousands of dollars' worth of pro
visions wero transferred from El Paso
to Juarez today to bo loaded on' General
Ooneinl Villa expects to have at least
12,000 mun when ho attacks Chihuahua.
Ho stated tonight that he has sent word
for Oeneral Tomaa Urblna. to bring 3,000
men north from tho Torreon district and
that General Manuol Chao Is already In
tho vicinity of Chihuahua, leaving a gar
rison of about 1,000 mon to protect the
General Villa today attended the open
ing of tho Juarez raco track and waa
The bands played the national hymn
of Moxlco as General Villa entered.
Rebel forces, under General Antonio
Vlllareal, today defeated and routod Gen
eral Rublo Navarltte's federal column at
1m Cruz, gtato of Tainaulipas, accord
ing to un official dispatch received at
General Villa's Juarez headquarters from
Jose Voaconeclus, a rebel agent,
Military Train Dynamited.
MEXICO CITY. Nov. Z8.-A military
train with 150 soldiers aboard was dyna
mited today at El Sulado, sixty miles
south' of SaltlUo. Tho casualties are not
known. The rebels In that region ap
pear to bu continuing their concentra
tion. ITINERANT FRUIT DEALER
SUES NORFOLK'S MAYOR
MADISON. Neb.. NW. 27. -(Special.)
Arthur Graham, an itinerant fruit
dealer, has brought action in the dts
tret court to recover $2,500 damages from
Dr. Verges mayor of the city of Nor
folk. The trouble occurred at a meeting
of tho city council at which time the
matter of license for peddling apples waa
lining mnstdorcd. It Is alleged that
Mayor Verges used violent language cal
culated to humiliate Graham and de
stroy the prospect of soiling his apples.
Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Long were hosts
and hostess to a large number of guests
this afternoon and evening In honor of
their daughters, Harriet and Margaret.
Light refreshments were served Miss
Harriet Long recently resigned as 111
brarlan of the library at Santa Rar
bara. Cal., to accept control and man
agement as librarian of tho Kern county
library at Oakersfleld, CaL, at a salary
Lodge Uffleera Kleeted.
ASHLAND. Neb.. Nov. 27.-(SpeclaI.)
Star lodge No. 9. Knights of Pythias,
elected the following officers for the en
suing year Thursday night: Chancellor
commander. Harvey A. Kelley; vice chan
cellor. C. C. Chapman; prelate, J. A.
Moss; keeper of records and seal, J, B.
La Chappelle; master of exchequer, F. E.
White; master of finance, A. J. Senger;
master of work, C. L. Narber; master-at-arms,
A. J. Mays; Inner guard, George
Sheridan; outer guard, S. W. Weaver;
trustee, G, W Meredith.
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