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THE BEE: OMAHA, Till USD AY, DECEMBER 4, 1913.
HI'. AIi KSTATK.
IMtOl'UIlTY i-'oh sl.ll.
ANXIOCS TO SKLL.
rum-resident owner says SKLL ON
TERMS my hour on Avenue B. near 31
St. Tls i :-room house, modern except
heat; good high lot. Hoiim. while not
n- w, Is In good repair. "TIs priced at
j:X, A R Smith Co. (Fay Smith), a
l'carl St . Counril ntuffr. In Phane MO.
6 rooms, onk finish, built-in bookeaies,
panelled dining room, strictly modern,
tip to the minute. 2409 Loure Avo.. two
blocks south Miller park. Easy term.
HANSCOM PARK, west side. Seven
rooms, nearly new; hardwood inside: hot
air. electricity, gas: exceptional location;
accessible-, all improvements. Pong. Saz.
A MAP OP OMAHA STREETS. In
dexed, also Omaha red book, vest pocket
site, free at our office; two stamps l
mall. Char's K. Williamson. Real Ea
tate. Insurance, caro of property. Omaha.
"rrn miv sim. nil rtt-'.NT. FlllST SEE
JOHN W. ROBBINS. ISM FARNAM ST.
I" A 1131 A IIANCH LANDS VOtX. SAI.H
FARM of 310 ncren of vlrstn land for
sale 1D0 ncres cultivated; could be made
a model stock farm. $2500 per aero cash.
This la a bargain. E. E. Williams. Mc
FARM-of 120 acres of fino land for iZO
per acre. Would maKo a monoi smoii
stock farm and Is cheap. Lee 'Harrcll,
FOR J250 we can locate you on 320 acres
government land: best of soil and water
and close to main lino R. R., and good
tilmate 1250 pays faro down and back
from Omaha, fli ng fees, surveying, trans
portation on ground, etc.
UM City Nat. Rank Uldg.. Omaha.
FOR SALE Dy owner. 560-acre farm,
IH miles from Mt. Ayr, la.; 2 full sets
of Improvements; 6 never-falling wells;
2 windmills; corn 63 bushels per aero;
300 acres in grass. Can't bo beaten for
combination stock and grain farm. Price
and terms reasonable. Address Geo. W.
Meyer. Mound City. Mo.
240 acres 45 miles from Minneapolis, 1
mile from town; 1C0 acres under cultiva
tion, balance used for pasture; can prac
tically all be cultivated; heavy soil: good
set of buildings, consisting of S-r. house,
large barn, granary, corn cribs, wind
mills, etc.; land will produce 60 bu. corn
per acre; telephone in house; country
thickly settled; complete set "machinery;
27 head stock, consisting of 11 cows, bal
ance 1 and 2-year-olds; 6 good horses, 25
hogs, chir.Kcns, 4 this year's crop and
everything on farm goes at S53 per acre;
cash. SCHWAIi BROS..
1028 Plymouth Dldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
180-ACRE farm, Improved. Price JiEOO;
500 down; map free. Arthur, Mountain
FOUND 320-acro homestead In settled
neighborhood; fine farm land; no sand
hills. Cost you S200. filing fees and all.
J. A. Tracy. Kimball. Neb-
. Farm For Sale
Sixty acres 714 miles from center of
Omaha, on paVed road, 1 block to store
and 2 churches; 3 blocks to school and
depot. Three trains to and from Omaha
daily and 6 malls. Yards to load cattle
nnd plenty of sidetracks. Fine building
site, with 10 cedar nnd 12 foicat treos,
nil large. Twenty minutes drive from
Renson with horse. You can bo In the
city and country at the same time. Noth
ing llko It offered for sale around Omaha.
This Is first-class land, every foot being
tillable and in the best condition. Has
been In meadow for five years nnd can
bo used for any purpore whatever. Price
per acre. For further Information
call Uenson 333.
160 .ACRES In Iloyd Co., Neb.; W acres
broke i goad soil; 3 miles from town.
Price $5,000. Will, take' horses, auto, town
lots. Speak up. Ed Thompson, Lyons,
Good, Close-In Farm
GOOD 210 ACRES, 8 miles of Omaha,
near macadam road and choice location;
A-l soil and good Improvements. Price
$145 per acre; going to bo advanced soon.
A mortgage running 5 years yet for one
half of amount can bo assumed, GH per
cent. ACT AT ONCE.
OR1N S. MERRILL. COMPANY,
N. E. Cor. 23d and M Sts., South Omaha.
Farms Farms Farms
.Driving distance of Omaha; bargains.
Let us show you the goods; all sizes, all
prices, nil terms.
ORIN S. MERRILL COMPANY,
Northeast Corner 23d and M Sts.,
Thone South 1502. South Omaha, Neb.
EIGHTY-acre farm for salo 4Vi miles
from Chapman, Neb. Good house, S
rooms; good improvements; no Incum
brance. Price, $105 an acre; no trade
considered. Address owner, James Tyler,
FARMS FOK RENT.
1'nrnin nnd Ranch Lauds.
WANTED Tenant ror 320-acre farm
near Wray, Colo; all fenced; 4 under
cultivation; .good eight-room house and
barns; or wlU sell on easy terms. Y SJL
J60 AND 189 acres, well Improved, good,
level, tillable land. Address Ii. Marks, 222
Vine St.. Council Bluffs, la.. Phone 1181.
REAL ESTATE AVAXTED.
HAVE oustomer for W. Faruam res.
Will pay 15.00u to $3).000. Ad. p a3, Bce.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$100 to $l0.0u0 made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg.. ISth and Farnam.
f'lTV I A TC M lUinln.PurU.ari.
0 am.ni5 Itrnnrlola Thntr ImlMIno
GAIiVINBROS? Loans J500 nd "p
vjaxv v n xxvjo.0mana Nat j,anh
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1330 Farnam St.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty
W. H. Thomas. 228 Slate Hank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska faims.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 OMAHA NATIONAL Douglas 2713.
FIVE per cent, farm loans: optional
payments. SVm. McCormlck, 120J Farnam.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros.
HARRISON & MORTON. 116 Om. Nat
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E.
OOOD CATTLE RANCH
Live business established 25 years. In
cluding horses, harness, heavy truck and
freight wagons, carilagci, hearses, bus
and trunk transfer and real estate lo
cated In a good manufacturing town in
lu'aa. What have you to offer?
WHAT have you in clear medium
priced vacant lots in Omaha to exchange
as part payment on 5, 6 and 7-room new,
modern and well built dwellings In dif
ferent sections of the city, ranging in
price from II.SOo to $3,509?
SCOTT & HILL Douglas 1009.
320 ACRES. & miles southwest of
Halgttr, Neb., on main line of Burling
ton to Denver, 60 acres under cultiva
tion. Will exchange for Omaha prop
erty or ecreuge, A. E. Tracy, IO No.
Clarkson St.. Fremont. Neb.
WANTED TO RUV.
WANTED TO BUY-REAL ESTATE.
We have customers who want to buy 1
fix- room house and 1 seven-room house
must be in good location and all modern
new or nearly new. Call at office or
telephone. C. C. Clifton, manager real
slate department. Bankers' Realty In
vestment Company, ground floor. Bee
building. Phone Doug. 2SS6.
WANTED to buy, all kinds of watch
movements and gold. M. Nathan. 109 S. 13.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Sellers of Last Week Now on
CORN SHOWS MUCH FIRMNESS
Yellow Cereal U n Surprise to the
Speculators na Welt its to the
IJnll l'nctlon of the
OMAHA, Dec. 3. 1913.
Thoso who havo a friendly feeling for
uhottt have been saying all along that
with the development of a demand for
I'ncle Sam's surplus, a bull market In
that cereal would be a forcgono conclu
sion. The purchase of 335,000 bushels hard
winter by exportors yesterday caused an
almost complete reversal of feeling In
this market. Those who sold wheat Sat
urday and Monday were on the buying
lde yesterdsv. And. as the market was
In an oversold condition, the matter of an
advance was easy. There was less
breadth to the market than one' would
generally look for when the activity and
strength shown are considered. While
prices closed with an advonco of VMfUo
for the day, and showed reactions from
tho bottom of m?Hc, resting spots were
HffHc below the highest levels. It was
a market where considerable caution was
shown by both buyors and sellers. The
dosei t Ion to the bull side by many of
the larger professionals nnd the fact that
they bought wheat freely, restricted any
possible bear .attacks. A liberal share of
wneat sent out on December contracts
Monday watt tnken In by strong hands
and It will bo shipped out of this market
as rapidly as It ran be loaded Into cars.
One of tho features of the Chicago
wheat market yesterday wns the heavy
buying of tho May future there and sell
ing nt Winnipeg, credited to tho Armour
Grain company. Arthur Cutten was cred
ited with huvlnc when!, nn.l with tli v.
teptlon of John Barrett, who was a seller
on uie ouiges, the local professionals, al
most to a mun, bought more or less of
Cash wheat wan 'ir In Un ln.r
llio action of corn wns something of
ii surprise to the every day speculator,
und especially to the bulls. Firmness wan
displayed nost of the day, but resting
Bimis snowea DUt little change The coun
try Is not .selling nv mm In annik of.
mainly because the weather is too un
favorable for shelling or hauling to the
railroads. All of the western markets
were higher oil new corn. Knnsas Cllj
reported 210,000 bushels sold there to go
Cash corn was unchanged to c higher.
Shippers were heavy takers of cash
oats, a great deal of which was delivered
on December contracts, and as this grain
will be sent to the cast It caused a
stronger under-current to pervade tho
market. New buying was to be seen on
this market, but was scattered. Pome of
the larger elevator people sold the May
and bought the December at 3c (infer
Cash oats were Mc higher.
Liquidation on n moderato scale was
iidulced in by holders of provisions yes
tirday. The controlling influence wa-j
the break In price of nogs at toe yarns.
flMirnnpitfl vorn 2.00(1 hushels of Corn.
10.(00 bushels of oats nnd wheat and
flour piiiirI to 234.001 1 bushels.
Liverpool closed ttd lower on wheat
and "tfrtid lower on corn.
Primary wheat receipts were 1,306,000
bushels and shipments wero 1,405,000 bush
els, against receipts last year of 1,472,000
bushels and shipments of 965,000 bushels.
Primary corn receipts wero 801,000
bushels nnd shipments were 449.000 bush
els, against receipts last year of 725,000
bushels and shipments of 345,000 bushels.
Primary oats receipts were 412,000 bush
els and shipments wero 657.000 bushels.
against receipts last year of 723,000 bush
els and shipments of tns.ooo bushels.
St. Louts ,.
The following cash
ported Wheat: No. 2
sales were re-
hard winter, two
cars. 60ic. No. 3 hard winter, two cars
S0V4c; threo cars, fOc. No. 2 spring, one
car, sic; no. s spring, one car, sovtc
No. 3 mixed, one car, fcOHc; one car, 80c.
No. 3 durum, one car. 77Mc. No grade
durum, one car, 7jc. Outs: standard,
one car, 3Sic. No. 3 white, seven cars.
3SHc; one car, 3S'4c No. 4 white, three
cars, ittc; one car, asc. no graue, one
car (corn mixed), 37c; one car, 36HC,
Corn: No. 2 white, one car. 67V4C. No,
3 white, one car. 6!Vic No. 2 yellow,
two cars, etiVic No. 3 yellow, three cars,
6u?ic; eloven cars, 654c. No. 4 yellow,
two cars, foe. iso. i mixed, one car, wjc
two cars, 65ic No. 3 mixed, one car
(old), 684c; one car (old). 6Sc; three cars,
654c; one car. 6GWc; threo cars, 65c. No,
4 mixed, one car, tc; one car, wc.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No,
hard. S0U(S24c: No. 3 hard. 7344i814o;
No. 4 hard. 75V4'360c: No. 3 spring,
&i)4c; No. 4 spring, 771379c: No. 2 durum,
7m;07Sc: No. 3 durum. 7"ViW77ic. Corn:
No. 2 white. 67067Uc; No. 3 white, 65
634c; No. 4 white, t2ijjui?ic; No. 2 yellow,
663JW4C; No. 3 yellow, t,mwio; no. 4
yellow. 64T65c; No. J, G54il06c; No. 3,
C;fi4c: No. 4. 62MU65C. Oats: No.
white. XX&39V4C-, standard, :S4ti3SHc; No,
3 white. SS(fr3S4c; No. 4 white, 37ttT3SVic.
Barley: Malting, 68OTc; No. 1 feed, 454
S49c Rye: No. 2, tsyi!s4c; No. 3, 674
ICnnana City Grain nnd Provisions
KANSAS CITY. Dec 3 WHEAT
Cash. No. 2 hard, S24S74c: No. 3 red
CORN-No. 2 mixed. 694070c; No.
6Sc: No. 2 white. 69470c: fo. 3. 6S4c,
Closing prises of fuures: Wheat, De
cember, teo; corn, December, bvc; May,
OATS No. 2 white, 404c; No. 2 mixed
St. I.onla General Market.
ST. LOUIS. Dec.. 3. WHEAT No.
red, !89lc; No, 2 hard, $7G93c; Decern
ber. SSUc: May. 924i92Uc.
CORN Nominal; December. 714c
OATS No. 2. 404c; No; 2 white, 42c
December, 40c; May, 4ZTc.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL Dec. 3. WHEAT-Spot
easy; No. 1 Manitoba. 7s id; No. 2. 7s
4d; futures, steady; December, 6s 114d
March. 7s 1M; May. 7s 14d.
CORN' Spot, firm; American mixed,
6s Sd; La Plata futures, steady; Decern
ocr, is jua; January, ts tta.
Minneapolis Grain Market,
MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 3. W 1 1 UAT-NV
1 hard. SSH'SWic; No. 1 northern, S4H0
SfSc; No. 2 northern. S2HS3T4c; No. 3
nara. .Montana. K3'4m4iic: no. 3. sosra
ej'.kr; uecmner, j'.,imc; aiay, SiiiC
t lAJUii unchanged.
CORN No. 3 yellow. Ki'tnte.
OATS No. 3. 37r37y,C.
RYE-No. 2. 5244c.
BARLEY 4Mj 60c.
Xfiv York General Market.
NEW YORK. Dec. 3. SUGAR Raw,
nominal; muscovado, 3.11c: centrifugal,
3.61c; molasses, z.; refined, quiet.
BUTTER Steady: receipts. 5.131 tubs
creamery extras. 34S35c: firsts. 27032c
held extras. Y032c; firsts, 27329c; state
dairy, finest. so32c: good to prime.
29c; common to fair. 22325c: process ex
tras. 2546264c: Imitation creamery, firsts,
24fi244c; factory, current make, firsts,
CHEESE Ir'egulur; receipts. 1.S23
boxes; state, whllte milk specials, 164
lfiic; average lancy, i&vc: iresn specials,
is?; average rancy, ibftTioc; amies, neld
EGGS Unsettled; receipts, 1,852 cases
WE PAY highest prices for ladles' and
gents' clothing, tm a. uth St. H. e&4(.
Itachman will treat you right:
prices for f urn., clothes & shoes. W.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Ship live stock to outh Omaha. Save
mileage and klinnKage. lour consign
ments receUe prompt and careful atten
Live Stock Commission Merchants
MARTIN PP.o."'. A- CO., Exehanso Bldg.
mien, vui r amain.
ii. n.i'! .ant... tfov-v. ill r.B x i, i, v i
nearby hen.iery whites, .wWe. gathered
wt.ltes. MlirSc. western gathfed white.
fOl'LTUY-l.'-.e, firm, western chick
ens. 164c fowls, lfti4c: turkeys, ISc;
dressed, quiet; frsh killed western
thickens. 1 : fowls. lsfelftWc: turkeys.
IIIC.VGO GRAIN AM) PllOV 1MONS
'ralurea of (he TrnriliiK nnd I'loalnp;
l'rleea on Ilonril of Trade.
CHOCAGO. Dee. 3L-Hesslan flv damoxre
oprrndlng to Missouri nnd reports that
unseasonable warmth had brought the
winter crop in Texas Bnd Oklahoma
angerously near the Jointing stace ted
to a rally In wheat tndav. Th market
closed firm Ho to uauc above last
night. Other leading staples, too nil
showed a net gain, corn a MSc to 4nf
He, oats 4BUc to fcc nnd provisions a
hade to 5c.
Too much confidence mlsiruldml the
bears at the outst, Argentine weather
had Improved, green bug havoc south
west of here was denied, and Australian
reports told of a liberal cron and free
offers to Europe, After a substantial)
nreak in prices had been effected, hqw.
ever, lively buying set In, owing mainly
to insertions that the Hessian flv which
has recently been the subject of com
plaint in Ohio Michigan and Illinois was
killing the plant In western Missouri. In
addition, dispatches from Oklahoma.
Texas and. southwest Missouri declared
mat tne crop had made such an ap
proach to jointing that perils from any
free sea were materially Increased.
Speculators, who had ncgresslvelv
taken to the bear sldo of the wheat
market, appeared to lose their nerve, and
were urgent in ertorts to cover, on
the ensuing advance, offerings again be-
enme heavy, but prices reacted only a
Corn Profited bv a general rush tn
buy during the last hour. A change to
more wintry temperature in Chicago, sug
gesting a return or heavy feeding to
live stock, was a noticeable Influence In
favor of the bulls. December shorts dis
played a good deal of uneasiness In re
gard to delayed receipts and were quick
io grao an ine aavantnges or any tem
porary din In Prices. Excellent nhlnnlnir
demand helped oats upward. It was
estimated that 4,500,000 bushels had been
som in ine last two days to leave
Demand from grain traders and from
stock yard Interests overcame early
weakness In provisions. Tho transient
setback In prices was due to lower
quotations for hogs.
(. nicago options -closed as follows:
Artlclel Open. Hlgh. Low, Close. Yes'y.
Dec. S6 874 fH 874 87
May 904 91 W 90? POiOTi
Dec. 704 71H 70-H 714 70i
May 70 70 704 70S 70?
Doc. 3S4 3S 3S 3S4 SS40W
May 41H 4l! 414 41!, 41H&
Jan. 21 10 21 15 21 024 21 15 21 124
May 21 05 21 15 20 9G 21 10 21 00
Jan. 10RO 10 83 10 774 10 85 10S24S5
May 11 074 II 124 11 05 11 124 11 V
Jan. 11 03 11 03 11 024 H 05 11 05
May 11 20 I 11 25 11 20 11 25 11 25
Chicago Cash Prices : Wheat : No. 2
rod, 95rtf06c: No. 3 red, 92394c; No. 2
hard. S84a8Sic: No. 3 hard. 88c: No. 2
nortnern. msjisisaiic; .o. a norinern, w
8S4c; No, 2 spring, ssjjKic; no. s spring,
rfo. 2 veiow. new. uc. ssa. a, now, wyj
ffifiSWc No. 3 white, nnw. No,
1 . II . fin, K' 1 ,,.UIA
39HIM40C; standard. WV4C. iiyo, no. 2. wa
S164C iinriey, iwrawc. nmomy,
5.00. Clover. $10.50314.00. Pork, 121.25.
Lard, $10.70. Ribs, J10.Bjril.2&.
BUTTER Market, higher; creamery
extras, 324ft03c; extra rirsts, ivaiic;
flrnls. 2ftH2!c: seconds. 22U1i2tC
EGGS Higher; receipts, i.i'w cases; ni
mark, cases included, anr-fic; orninary
rit 3.1H3.W firsts. 36r37c.
POTATOES unsettled; rcceipin,
30 cars. ...
POI7I.THY Aiivo. n gner; spring,
134c; fowls, 14c; turkeys, 15c.
OMAHA GENERAL Si AniCKT.
BUTTER No. 1. 1-lb. cartons, 33c: No.
1, GO-lb. tubs, $31e. , .
FISH-Whlte, fresh, 16c: trout, fresh,
16c; largo crapples, fresh, 13J15c: Spanish
mackerel, lCc; shad roe, per pair. 40c;
salmon, fresh. 10c; halibut, fresh. 11c;
buffalo. 9c: bullheads. 13c: channel cat
fish, 16c: pike. 15c; pickerel, izc.
POULTRY Broilers. $4.0006.00 per dor..;
hens 15c: cocks. 12c: ducks. 18c: Reese,
16o; turkeys, Z3c; pigeons, per aoz i.i
ducks, full feathered, 124c; geese, full
feathered, lie; squabs, No. 1, $1.60; No.
3. 50c. . ,
CHEESE Imported Swiss, sue; Ameri
can Swiss. 22c: block Swiss. 20c: twins.
ISc; daisies. 18K-c; triplets, l4c; iounB
Americas. 19c; blue label brick, 18c; llm
berger, 3-lb., 20c; New York white. 19c.
Wholesale prloes of beef cuts effective
today In Omaha are as follows:
BEEF CUTS No. 1 ribs, 174c, No. 2,
114c; No. 3. llic; No. t loins, 19c; No. 2,
15Ci NO. Z, 13C. NO 1 CHUCKS, 1'ixc; iiu.
2, 'JUc; No. 3, 84c No. 1 rounds, 134c;
No 2. 124c: No. 3. 114c No. 1 plates,
94c; No. 2, 8-Hc; No. 3, Sc
The following prices are lurnisneu oy
the Gilllnsky Fruit company:
FRUITS Apples: Extra fancy Wash
lnston Jonathans. Per box. $2.25: White
Winter Pearmalns, per box, jz.zs;. fancy
White Winter Pearmalns, per box, iz.w:
fnnci' Idaho Black Twig, per box. z.uu;
fancy Idaho Baldwins, per box. $2.00;
fancy Idaho York Imnearls. per box.
$2.00; fancy Idaho Walbrldge, per box,
ti a; rancy jciano winow Mwigs, per dox,
$1 85; fancy Idaho Smith Ciders, per box,
ii.ss: extra lancv luano Nortnern spy.
Greenings or Kings, per box, $2.00; extra
fancy Idaho Rambos, per box, $z.&;. extra
rancy Ben Davis, per box, $l.a; fancy
Ben Davis, per box, $1.50; choice Ben
Davis, per vox. Zl.n: No. 1 Ben DavU.
per bbl.. $1.50; labeled Wine Saps, per
b:bi.. cr.: laoeiea uano, per ddi.,
Ptars: Extra fancy Beurre Clalrgeau.
per box, $2.50. Oranges; Florida, 126, 150,
176, 200, zis sizes, per pox, ii.bu; zw sizo,
per box, $1.00; 2SS size, per box, $3.50;
navals. 126. 150. 176. 200. 216 sizes, per box.
$4.50; 250 size, per box, $4.S5;2S8 size, per
DOX, Bi me, per dox, i.emons:
Extra fancy riunklst, 200s and 300s, per
box, $4.06; extra choice Red Pall, 300s and
SO), per box. J?. 50. Grapes: Extra fancy
Emperors, per crate, J2.00; Earl's Em
perors, per bbl . $4.00; Imported Malaga,
extra fancy, $7.00; fancy, $6.50; extra
choice, $6.00; choice. $5.50. Grapefruit
Extra fancy Florida. 46 and 96. $1.75; 54
C4 and 80. $3.00. Cranberries. Per box,
$2.75: Bell and Bugle, per bill . $9.00: Bell
and Cherry, per bbl., $S.60; lute Red, per
bbl,, $8.23; iticnara, per bbl., n.w; ex
treme Jumbo, per bbl.. Stt.Ou.
VEGETABLES -Potatoesf Genuine Red
River Early Ohio, per bu., $1.00; Rural or
Dumanks, per mi., hc; Virginia sweet
potatoes, per bbl., $2.50; Delaware Jerseys,
per hamper, $1.25. Cabbage: Holland
seed, per ID., 2c; red, per lb, 3c. Squash
Per lb., 2e. Pumpkins: Per lb., ma
onions- calirornla large yellow, per lb.
24c; Ohio largo Red Globe, per lb.. 24c
Spanish, per crate. $1.50; white boiling.
per lb., Sc. Tomatoes: California, per
lour-oasKei craie, )z.uu.
MISCELLANEOUS California figs. 13
lz-oz. pkgs., Uc; 50 6-oz. pkgs., $2.00: Call
fornla black figs. 12 12-oz. pkgs., $1.00; 7
crown Imported figs, per lb., lie; 3-crown
Imported figs, per lb., ISc; 7-crown pulled
figs (boxes weighing about 5 lbs.), 90c; 5
crown pulled figs (boxes welshing about
6 lbs.), 75c; 7-crown pulled figs (boxes
weigmng bdoui iu oz.j, per dor., 11.26
,'iuuivuai7 niauu uuica, JKK., tt.w, An
chor brand dates, pkg., $2.25; Hallowe'en
nates, per id., 74c; parsnips, per lb., 2c
rarrois, per id., zc" Deeis, per lb., zc; rut
bagas, ier lb., 14c, California Jumbo
ceiery. per aoi., bbc; Michigan celery, pet
doz., 35c; cider, per keg, $3.25; cider, per
nan uui.. o.is; snsuois, per aoz., 30c;
parsley, per doz.. 40c: radishes. nr dnz.
30c; head lettuce, ner doz.. 11.00: hnmei
grown leaf lettuce, per doz., 40c; green
peppers, per DasKet, toe; wax or green
Deans, per namper, w; nothouse cu
cumbers, per doz., 75c to $1.50: caull.
flower, per crate, $3.25; Venetian garlic,
per lb., 124c, eggplant, per doz.. 12.00:
horseradish, 2 doz. bottles in case, per
case. $2.00; walnuts. No, 1 soft shell, per
id., ic; meoium pecans, per lb., 114c;
Jumbo pecans, per lb.. 15c; giant pecans,
Iiulslana paper shell, per lb.. 2Sc: fit.
herts. per lb., 15c: Drake almonds, per
in., jac; paper aneii. sc; jirazns, per lb.
lc: large washed. Per lb.. 19c: black nil
nuts, per lb,. S4c; raw No. 1 peanuts, per
lb., 7c: Jumbo peanutr, per lb.. So; roast
panufs. per lb., 84e; shell bark hickory
nuts, per lb., 5c; large hickory nuts, per
10., wiuie nre popcorn, per lb., 4c
checkers, per lOO-pkg rase, $3.50, checkers,
per wj'e. case, i is.
YORK STOCK MARKET
Trading Animated and Prices Rise
in Last Hour.
UNDERTONE FIRM THROUGHOUT
I'lnnl (Inolntlnns for the Represen
tative Shares Shoiv Gains of
Tn o Points In Some
kk WYnitK. Deo. 3. In the lst hour
of today's stock market trading became
animated and prices movcu up vmoruu .
Prior to that tlmo the marxet was vir
tually on a dead level, with business
cut down to a low point The undertone
was firm throughout. Final quotations
for th e representative shares showed
gains of two points In some Instances.
Short covering apparnetly was tho main
Todav's traders learned of further re
ductions In working forces by railroads
and Industrial corporations. Some of the
southern roads made good reports for
October, but other statements showed
shrinkages in earnings.
Statistics ol pig Iron production, con
sidered a reliable barometer of steel
trade conditions, disclosed a decline from
a dally average of buying. SJ.153 tons In
October to "U.V5 tons In November. Sen
timent abroad was depressed by the
French ministerial crisis, which made
more uncertain the prospects for the
r"f.nrli irnvernnient loan to the outcome
of which great Importance Is aantathed In
Indicating the general European unan-
The stock market's advance In the
face of these Influences apparently was
In response to technical points.
Knnila illri not share fully In the lm
provcmHent in stocks. A number of weak
mints nnnenrcd. and Rock Island re
funding fell ii. Total sales, pare value,
United States 2s, coupon, advance! 4c
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks were:
Film, lllih. Low. Clo-
American Ileet Sutar....
Aterlcan Can pM
American C. &. F
.100 71H Mli 71K
American Cotton Oil. ...
American Ice Hecurlllea.
Afertcin l.lnieed ....
Aroerlcan l.oeomotlte. . . .
American H. A K
American 8. & II. pfil..
American Huaar ltctlnlnn
American T. T
Anaconda Mlnlnc Co....
Atlantic Coart Line
Ilaltlmore t Ohio
tlrooHyn Itaptd Trantlt.
Chesapeake ft Ohio
400 21 H
Chlcaco Oreat Western...
Oilcnzo, M. Jk. m. r. ..
Chicago A Northwestern.
Chicago Fuel & Iron.,..
'onsolldated Gas .......
Delaware A Hudaon
Denrer A lllo Ornnda
I) enrer ft It. G. Ddd.... 200
Dlstlllera' Btcurllles 600
Erie 11. M0
Erie 1st pM 1.CC0
urei za era irt
Urrat Northern pfJ
Ot. Northern Ore Ctfa..
Ksntaa city Southern...
Iehlah Vsllf) ..
Ixiul.vllle ft Nsshvllle. .
M.. St. r. &. a. Ste. M.
Mluourl, Kansaa A T...
100 244 !IN
N. It) a. or M. IJ pld....
New York Central
1,700 H STt
ew York. O. & 'W
70 40 VI
Norfolk & Western
North American ........
... 1,400 1074
,Tt.l.'a4 taoln ataola eta
racltlc Mall ...
... I. zoo 24H 21H ui
... 109)4 10
C. C. & St. Lou t..
SOD 25 i
rressea sicei far
ullman 1'alace Car
Republic Iron ft Pleel...
Ileoub lie I. A H. km
Itock Island Co
Itock Island Co, pfil. ...
L. & S. F. 2d nfd..
Heabnard Air Line
tleahoard Air Line ptd
Bl0M.8hfflld S. A I.
Southern lltllwir efd...
Texii & i-icinc
nton Picirio nfd
United States runltr....
United Ktitu n.ubtr....
united Htttea Hteel
United Rtntee Steel nt,1..
Wheellni lake Erie..
Total salsa for the tf, tK.too shares,
New York linmv ii.i,.i
NBW YORK. Dee. a.MONrKVn 11
firm nt il'li-.Lt .T,L ." . " I
r cent: --losing. MJO'.i ner rent.
I'jAilt. uiANS-f rm: alxtv and nlnM,
nays. wavA per cent: .1 x months :t
per cent; mercantile paper, 6H6i per
STISRLINu rOCCHANOE-Steadv: slxtv
ti'fSu1 domnnd' ,-8566! commercial
" " ' ' ' .
SILVKR-nar, 674c; Mexican do lars.
BONDS (Joernmnt, firm: railroad.
r a. np nttmaiions on Donns tnnav wr 1
V. B. ral. la rts.. -n. H. rr. Its.. IVl
do rtf. Is roopon.. II I.. H. dsh. 4s (15311 HU
D. 8. Is rs !"!L N- Vtx. it.... I2V4.
40 Is coupon ii.. n. ec 1. 1st is lis
U. S. 4. r ;n do sen. 4s IIS
to coupon ti-io. 1'acirie 4W
Panama s touk., --ao conv. as.. .. ts
Amsr. Af- '?.N. 111. ot M. Ms. 41
Arotr T T ?JN. Y. C. (n. 3Vs. Ill
Amer. loonccu r. ..nn
Armour "K. x-. h. 11 a 11
Atchlton a. ts. . . iii cr. IHa V
do ct. is iivwi. Nortolx & w. cr. a MV4
ao ct. rr ao ia 102
A. C L 1st 4i 10 So. Pacific 4s II
Dal o. tt " ao Is
do 3hs . a. u rids. 4s.. 11V
nrMk Tr TV. 4S. SO lnn ev lu. Itoiti afi,
Can. of Os 101W do con. i.
rtn. Lather !!' lln n. .. . IIU
V. urn i. ' a m tsr o j- tjf, of.
piliiu fv - mnm. . o. aU. COO. 41 li'r.
c. n & Q. I JJl8. A. U adj. U... 71
cm 1 r : Hi:iK5 d "4.... ?Su
r T. I m. It .aI r.lU , . 1 . .
- , w.. 14U imi rri. ts.,,. S9H
qq ria. - 00. uauwnr aa....ini
C. B. r HS si do nil. 4 12
D. Jfc II. ct ts.... union raclflc 4s.... 4
D. & n. O. ri. tt. t do ct. 4a aou
Distillers 5a iz do 1st & rsf. 4a sot.
Erla nrlor lien ts.. uwu. H. iiiihk,, a. iivliT
To T ."ieiiii-ii 3 vi..?.,w 1.::
III. Cn 1st rcf. a M Wab. lit & eit
lntr.-11l. IMS H Ml Uit Am -at-
Inter. M M. 4Hs... Slowest. Elec. ct. ts.'. Mt!
Japan 4ba ttVaWts. Can. a H1
Quotations furnished br Durns. Brlnktr & Co.,
ttl umsna, national psns Duiiaing:
Arerr & Co. pfd II too
Beatrice Creamerr pfd HH tiK
council uiune u. at c aa, lira stj,
Columbus. Neb. L, II. A P. Is, JI24 II II
CbleafO Rr, aerlea A. 1127 II HH
Deere A. Co. pfd. ei-dlr It UV.
Detroit Cltr Oaa (en. Is II Hi
rsirruoni creamery per cent usr.. n 101
Fairmont Creamerr 7 per cent pfd... 100 101 H
International Ed. Tub. Co. pfd It II
Inter. IlapldTr. la, mt I1H
iuws n, & i tt. isjz tt at
Omaha Oaa ts. 1117
Omaha A C. D. St. Rr. 6s, 1121
Orosha r n, St. Rr, pd ,
Omaha A 0, B. St. Rt. con ,
Omaha & C. B. R. B
Omaha E. L 4 P. Is. 1111
Btate of Colorado Funding la, lltl.. 17 17 1117
naunaera.Kennedr Did, t . c. vti.. IM
Ban Francisco. Cel.. ia. JI20.IISI 100 102.11
union oioca Tarda stock f 7
Wrmore. Keb.. U It 100
Rockr ML Fuel la. and bonus 100
NEW YORK. Dc. 3. M I3TALS Lead,
quiet; S0604 16: In 1-ondon. 17 io.
Spelter, quirt, S31&S6.26; In London, 30
12s Cd. Copper, quiet; standard, spot
and futures not quoted. KlctrolyU'-,
lasting. $14 iWrH.y rin. stcad
and le'emtor. IK 704ists !rt . January
3S 8Sfll ; Kebruar . S OOfi 39 (. Anti
mony, Crniksons, $7.:Htj7.7e. iron, quiet.
Mimlon markets elraed as follows:
CoPIer. quiet; sol, t Us M, futures.
;64 M, Tin, strong. iwt, tl77 s; rtiturrs,
H7S 3a M. Iron. Cleveland warrants. 4f.
ST. lire. X .MICTAL8 lad.
dull: $1.0OM.r74. ctielter. dull; $.0fj 10.
Knnna City I,lvr 4trk Market.
KANSAS CITY. Hee 1.-CATTLM-lte-
celpts, K,(XX) head: steady to strong; prime
fed steers, $S3MttS: dressod beef steers,
$.7ftl8; western steers, $3.7NP7 78: south
ern steers. .soniJ.o. cows, $4.xt7.x,
heifers. U 3M?".M: stoekers nnd feeiler
JR.WB'i.TB; bulla. J4 7MS7. onlv. $HHf
IIOCIS Rpoelnt. 1S.UW hend: mnrkt
steady; bulk of sales. $7.3Mi7.flfi; heavy,
$7.POi7.70: packets nnd butchers, $7.70ff
1 TO. light. $7.sr.7; pigs, $R.tOfl7.W.
SHKHP AN'M I.AAI1IR llnrelnta. 7.CXM
head; market steady to 10c higher; lambs,
$7.Wj7.75; yearlings, $VIWfl.50; wethers,
$4.50g7.75; ewes.. $( WtM.H.
NBW YOllK, Dec. S.-COKKKlii-After
opening steady to -Vc higher early Kuro
pean cables and scatterrnl covering, coffee
broke under renewed liquidation, Kuro
pean selling and bear pressure, Reports
of a fulling off In spot demand nnd pre
dictions of further selling pressure from
ltraill seemed nctofrs. Closo wns steady
lo to 20o net lower. Sales. W.000 bags.
December, 9.10c; January, 9.24c, March.
9.31c; May. 9.75c; July, 9.93c; September.
10.09c. October. 10.10c.
Spot mnrkrt, unsettled; lllo No 7,
9c; Snntos No. 4. 12-c. Mild, quiet; Cor
St. I.nnls I.lvr Mock Mnrkrt.
ST. LOl'lS, Dee. 3.-CATTI,Kneeelpts
2,fit head; market 10c higher; good to
choice steers. $s.2(vfj.60; stockcrs and
feeders. $5.0Pi7.R0; rows nnd hclfera. tl.2S
4tS.r-n; bulls. $4.7Jlf7O0; calves, $.affll.W;
southern steers, $t5.75jT7.0): cows and
helfora. $t fWCOii.
HOOS-Iti-relpts. 14.700 hend; market
steady' pigs and HrM. $fi.onf'T0; mixed
nnd hutchols, $7.4fi7.75; rooiI heavy,
SHHHP AND LAMUS-Kerelpts. 3..V(
head; market 10c higher; muttons, $3.75?'
4.75; yearlings, $3.lttfi(;oo; lambs, $5.23
Slonx City litre StnrU Mnrkrt.
SIOUX CITY, la . Dec. 3. CATTL15 Re
ceipts, l.foo; market strong, ntlv steers,
$7.0Oj10: cows and heifers. $l.751it.W:
ennners. $3.fi03r00; ntnekers nnd feeders.
18.25517 20; calves. $8.0010.01); bulls, stag
HOOS- Receipts, 3.S00 hend; market
firm; heavy. $7.Xfl7.33; mixed, $7.S.Hi7.4.1;
light. $7.45fj7.5B. bulk of sales, $7.3537.M.
HHUKP AND LAM HS Receipts, 2,ft
hend; tunrket stendy: fed muttons, $5.fi0
6.00; wethers, $4.DOt6.0O; ewes, $4 ((if6 W;
NEW YORK, Dec. 3.-COTTON-1M-turcfl
closed steady: December, 13.15a;
Jannnn-. 1301c; March, JS.llc; May, lS.04o;
July, 12.94c Sjot, quiet; middling, !3.tKXi;
LIVISRIUOL. Dec. 3. COTTON-Spot,
In fair demand: prices stendy; middling,
fair. 7.90d; good middling, 7.6d; middling,
7.341, low middling, 7.12d: good ordinary,
6.52d; ordlnar'. C.lKd. Hales, 12,000 bales.
Omnhn liny Mnrkrt,
HAT-I'ralrlc. No. 1 upland, $11.50312.00;
No. 2, $iaoojtll.50: No 3. $S.00ff 10.00; mid
land, No. 1, $11.0fVfl11.50: No. 2. $10.00mi.OO;
No. 3. IS.tW'O.OO: lowland, No. 1. $9.00jp
1C 00: No. 2. $7.00719.00; No, 3, $5.00117.00.
STRAW Choice oat or rye. $C00flC.C0:
choice wcat, $5.00.
ALFALFA No. 1. 1H.OM715.O0: No. 2.
$11.0OtJH 00; No. 3, $9.fOril.00.
Mt. Joseph I.lvr Mtock Mnrkrt.
ST. JOSKPH, Dec. 3.-CATTLI3-Rn-
relptn. 1.70) head: market strong to 10c
t4 ?54ft tS.CM lakf $lS.'Mji.'.r nm nal.
J;!? higher; steers, $5.614j8.76: cows und holf
mu ers, $3.504T.75; calves, $4,501)9.50.
llOGH-ltcceipts, ,KW head; market
Hlll'il'Jt' AND lAAins Itecelpts, 1,2CK)
head; market steady; lambs, $5.0(W7.60.
Dry fiooils Mnrkrt.
NBW YORK. Dec. 3.-DRY noons
I Cotton goods were quiet today with sH)t.
values fairly steady. Worsted nnd cot
ton yarns wero weak. Mild wenther Is
Interfering with retull trade and fnr.
ward sales of sweaters, heavy underwear
nnd other merchandise offered for
I Oil 1J14.
!)ll and II nal 11
NBW YORK. Dec. 3.-COTTON RKKn
uii-irr-giiar: nnmo Hummer vol ow.
17.05; December, $7.03; Mnrch, $7.1G; May,
TITRPKNT1NB HasV! mnrhlnn hnrrrls.
I3NDON. Dec. 3. T hare err l.l.RM
bnles orfered at the wool sales today
The bidding was nctlvo and prices firm.
a lew s ipes nnu crossnredn wero taken
for America. TI10 series will close next
London Stork Mnrkrt
LONDON, Dec. 3. American securities
wore quiet nnd reaturelesa during tho
early trading today. At noon prices
ranged from i auove to neiow parity,
Kvniiorntril Apples nnd Dried I'm Its
NUW Y( UK. Dec. 3.-UVAIORATKD
Dili 12 D FRHIT-Prunes. firm Aprl
rolB Bntl Iches, quiet Raisins, steady.
uiuaua may inol tteL
a Regional Bank
If tho currency bill now before congress
becomes 11 law, Senator Hitchcock hardly
Ii a .0 1 . A
ur l" "" "
be located In Omaha. Originally tho bill
InmvMmi fnr twrlvo nt th,i hn.iU. T
pnmmlttra this nilmhrr linn nlrpndv hf,sn
reduced to ten and the senator ts of the
opinion that before the bill Is ready for
the signature of the president, tho re
ductlon to eight and possibly six will
While Senator Hitchcock would like to
secure the location of one of tho bunks
for this city, he thinks tt hardly prob
able, as there are so many other points
that would be stronger candidates.
As to tho four great reserve banks
(proposed, the senator thinks they will be
I In... ..l In VnrU r-l,ln on HI 11,1.
,.v..v, .... ...vuau. ....
i ftiid San r rai.clsco. An to tho location
of the reKlonal banks, he suld that he
1 . .
BODY OF MAN KILLED BY
. I - -
TRAIN STILL UNIDENTIFIED
A verdict of death under the wheels o
a train was returnen ny me coroner s
Nury inMne lnl 11,0 amni of ,,1B un
Identified man whose body was found
decapitated on the Northwestern rail
road right-of-way near De Holt place,
on this side of lrvlngton, Tuesday morn
The man was dressed In a blue suit of
underwear, a blue hickory shirt, brown
striped trousers, black coat and brown
overcoat and a dark cloth cap. He had
bluo cyeB, auburn hair and a sandy mus
Train crew No. 41, picked up the body
and notified Coroner Crosby, who Is hold
ing it for Identification,
SCHOOLS TO HAVE TWO
WEEKS VACATION SOON
School children in Omaha public
schools will be given two weeks of vaca
tion Christmas time, beginning Decem
ber 19. Many teachers arc preparing
spend their vacations with friends or
relatives out of the city.
The pupils will give Yuletlde programs
In the majority of the schools. Only
kindergarten pupils wilt have Christmas
treu with presents.
Bee Want Ads Produce Tlesu ts,
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Most Desirable Kinds of Cattle Arc
Steady and Others Weak.
H0QS ARE GENERALLY STEADY
No Clrrnt Clmnar In I'rlrrs tin Any
(Jrndr or Jthrrp or I.nmhs,
Hither Feeders or the
SOVTa OMAHA, Dec. 3. 1913.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Official Monday fi.241 5.S37 12.871
urnclnl Tticsdav 4.9?5
Kttlmnte Welne'lay. . 4.C00
Thre days this week.lX.JM IsSTR 4J.3Jj
Sumo days Inst wek.. 7.7S7 2.4IS M.CM
Same days 2 wka. ago..lx.m I9.mi 4i.S)
Same days 3 wks. ngo..!M S'Ul
Sumo days last year..21,0 36,(37 32,507
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
ditto as compared with last year:
113. 1912. Inc. I'ec
Cattle 904.27 949.W
Hogs .I.3M.MS 2.CS9.m J5,1I9
Pl.ecp 3.073, 1ST 2,797,931 275,5.
-ri, Minni.v i 1.1. ihns the range of
prices for hogs at the South Omnha live
stock market for tho Inst few days, with
Date. I 19is. 11912 I19H.I191C I19O9.I190.S.I1W7.
7 7ISI 7 7S 6 IS)
I f 11 5 fi9 4 63
I 7 rt 6 18
7 57M 7 67 , 6 20'
7 S91 5 87
I 6 24
7 50U 7 59) 6 19
7 4S 3 i:
2). 17 60S
7 G5I f 01
1..' 7 61.
2..I 7 40S.I
7 671 0 01
7 42 I 7 54!
7 18 8 03
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at tho Union Stock Yards, South Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at 3 o clock
C, M. & St. P. Ry.. 15
Wabash R. R 1
Mo. I'nc. Ry 4
I'nlon l'nclric R. R. 26
C. & N. W., east... 0
C. & N. W.. west.. 16
C. St. P.. M. A O.. 9
C , 1. & O., rast.... 10
C, R. & 0.. west... 43
C. R. I. ft P., east.. 12
C. R. I. A P.. west ..
Illinois Central Ry. 4
Chi. Great Western. 2
Total receipts.... 141
33 ' 6
1 2 1
125 61 1
Morris ."J- Co.
. 430 1.013 702
Swift & Co.
tidahy Packing Co.
Armour A Co
P. Co 1
Cudahy. Sioux City 43
W. 11. vunsant fo w
Renton Vnnsnnt & L.... 3S3
Illl Son k
F. Ii. Lewis 131
Huston Si Co 'ii
II. Root A: UO
II. nulla 21
V. Huss 7
Rosenstock .llros 7
Worthi'lmer & Pegen... 14J
Sullivan Hros 13
Mo. Ivan. -Cat. Co 16
Raker, Jones r Hmltn.. ids
Other buyers 1S2
Total 4,03 8,389 1S.76S
f!ATTt.1J Ilrrlnt. wern moderate this
mnrnlnir. nnlv 147 cars being reported In.
This mukes tho total for tho three days
16,230 heud, which Is smaller IIioji tor any
similar period for a good many weeks
back, excepting for n good many woeks
As rompared with n yenr ago, them Is a
railing ort or nimosi o,iw noau.
The trado on beef steera wan not very
nctlvo and still thero wna a fair Inquiry
for really desirable Kinds, which com
manded about steady prices. Inferior
grades wore very slow, which would
mea,n i little easier than yeatcrduy,
cows nna lienors wero not very nc
tiye sellers nt any time. In some cttses
salesmen who happened to have some
thing that a buyer just happened to want
that that ho secured fully steady prices.
On tho other hand u good many sales
men are quoting the market slow to a
little lower, especially on the beef grades.
Thero was u very fair demand for
Blockers and feeders and desirable
grades wero fully steady with yesterday.
Common kinds were a little slow.
uuotutlons on cuttle; Uood to choice
beef steers, J8.10fjS.76; fair to good beef
steers, i7.twi8.io; common to fnlr beer
steers, 0.r4l7.C0; fair to choice yearlings,
H2&fi'J.25; good to choice rangers, S7.OO0
7.W fair to good rangers, 16.6OU7.00; com
mon to lair rangers, io.7biufi.oo; good to
choice cornfed helfors, I0.Wi7.D0; good to
choice grass heifers. S8.26&7.O0: irood tn
choice cows, t6.QOfi6.C6; fair to good
grades, 1C.;'0B,00; common 'to fair grades.
st.wuo.uu; gooa io cnoice stocKers and
feeders. JG.TKj7.G5; fair to good feeders.
to.ruiitl.Oftj stock cows nnd heifers. 14 Rkfi
6.G0; veal calves, W.DOtflO.OO; bulls, stags.
At. IT. No. At. Pr.
.... t'O 1 71 II. mi 7 ,t
.... 411 ( 10 10 w
.... 140 7 00 1..., 1215 AO
.... I&S 7 40 17 1111 01
.... S2S 7 :-0 4 1470 I 01
BTIJUHS AND HKIFBllS.
.... JM 7 7S II.. ....1101 100
,..10U 4 ts
...1U0 t ts
...1106 S S
... nt s ss
... 141 1 70
... (IS S 75
...1130 S 71
...1017 6 K0
...IMS S tO
... 760 5 0
...1024 1 00
...1001 t 20
. . .1101 I 10
... IT9 t H
...low t to
... 171 tl
... 741 t II
. . . IM t 11
...141 t 40
. . . 141 t 10
... 120 7 00
... 140 7 M
... 124 I (Ml
.... 110 1 10
.. 1710 I 24
i.. 110 4 40
. 1070 4 SO
..141 4 SO
i. .1060 4 IS
1071 1 10
..1100 S 10
,. M iri
..1241 S IS
.. Ill I tl
... Ill 6 49
..lilt 1 40
,.. 711 S SO
lot I ss
110 l (0 1
.... 770 I tl 7
.... MO S SO t
....KM I 10 4
.... 7SS I IO S
.... 110 t 00 7
.... IM 00 1
.... Ill 4 0 1
.... IU I 10 2
.... 130 t 15 1. ...
....1120 I IS 1
...MiO S s J
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W. It. Luee-Wvo.
16 feeders.. 14 4 7 OK 7 cows 1014 0 "5
1 cows IW fl X 2 cows 1010 4 60
SB feeders.. M 7 05
e. A. Kwen Wyo.
9 steers.. ..H7S 7 0S It feeders.. 1009 7 30
3S feeilers..lOrt 7 50 R heifers... 901 6 50
1 feeder... 810 7 50 2 cows 860 5 75
C. N. Walters-Wvo.
42 steers.. ..IPS 7 10 4 steers.. 1150 7 60
Ueorca Hicks Neh.
21 helfors... Ml 6 35 1 cow 1220 5 50
I feeder. ,,W SKI 21 feeders. . 6J0 6 65
II cows 9.11 4! 50 5 cows 8SI 4 33
Pi covs 9.V. 6 6()
HOOS There was a fair run In sight
ll.ls morning, and, ns other markets wcr
reporting weakened prlcet. loont buyers
were slow In starting out. The demnnd
pi oved to be good, however, nnd while
early bids looked to be a little easier, the
first sales were made on a steady basis.
Trade was Into In getting started, but af
ter the first rounds the movement was
tensonably active, nnd everything sold In
fair season Vnlttes wero more or less
uneven, some sales being quoted strong,
while others looked to be a little easier,
but the general market Is fully stendy.
Ilutchers nnd heavies sold In about tin
same notches as on Tttcsdny, $7 40i7,oo.
und lights moved largely at n range of
$7,ortfi7.fco. Tops prlco was $7.70, tho samo
The market has been very unsatisfac
tory to the selling Interests so far this
week. On Monday prices thowed a shndo
advance only to drop off a big dlmo yes-
lemay, nnu alter today s stenny nnair,
values are still around 10c lower than at
the close of last week.
Receipts amounted to about 122 cars, or
8.500 head, making tho week's total about
SnTO head. This Is over 1.600 smaller
than last week nnd Is nearly 10,000 short
of the supply for tho same days last year.
At 8h, fr
. . 117 ...
111 ... I 41
m im hs
Ml ... 7 II
..110 ... 7 41
..120 ... T 4S
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..227 ... 7 10
..212 M 7 SO
..111 ... 7 60
..211 ... 7 10
..211 110 7 10
40 7 10
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ieo 7 to
... 7 10
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... 7 10
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m tn too 7. so
70 17t 40 7 M
tl 10 7 SO
SO Ml S 7 10
tt MS 10 7 11
II Ill 144 7 1!
M 141 200 7 66
71 tt! 10 7 61
74 t 10 7 M
tt til 120 7 KI
...,...211 ,i. 7 61
71 240 ... 7 61
to 184 30 7 M
46 141 M 7 11
fil til ISO 7 55
71 Sl 240 7 M
II 141 ... T tO
4) Ill ... 7 10
40 7 15
It 141 120 7 55
II ,100 100 7 M
..201 40 T 15
10 7 40
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40 7 40
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HHHE1 All Interesting featuro was tho
size of tho receipts, which were quite
liberal for Wednesday, the cstlmato be
ing lt.wu nenci. ns compared witn t.my a
wcok ago. 11.239 two weeks ago and 9.195
on the corresponding day a year ago.
Fed western offerings predominated again
and the wheat field grades of sheep and
inmos irom mnno amounted to about
nine enrs. there being little native stuff
offered, though more than yesterday.
A large share ot the receipts were a
llttlo wet ngnln today, but everything was
in the barn In fair season, so buvcrs and
sellers commenced trading a llltlo earlier
man on tne day before.. At first buyers
did not seem an anxious for anything In
the way of killers, aa they bought very
sparingly during tho enrly hours. Later,
however, a good part of the fat stuff
sold active and In the end practically
everything waa cleaned tm as soon na
on recent days. Tho packers continued
to invor tne wen finished offerings and
anything not on that order was not as
easily disposed of.
There are a few natlvo lambs nt $7 IV),
but the bulk of the best lambs were fed
westerns and moved largely around 17.40.
The wheat field grades brought J7.15, th
same ns on wio previous nay. Kai ewes
were fairly woll represented this morn
ing, some being good enough to reach
14.40 nnd others, not ns good, sold at a
range Of S4.OfNiT4.30. Few wethers nr
yearlings wern tn sight.
Thero was not a great deal going on In
tho feeder trnde. as the supply waa light
and the demand did not seem ns brond
as on tho Inst few days. At the tlmo of
making tins report few sales were re
ported ns made.
Quotations on sheep and lambs; Lambs,
good to choice, l7.25tt7.G0: lambs, fair to
good, tO.7riT3T.23: Iambs, culls. S5.6a36.00;
lambs, feeders, 13.601(9.00; yearlings, light,
t3.76tftf.00; yearlings, heavy, IS.C04D3 73;
yearlings, feeders. S4. 6O6.40; wethers,
good to choice, H.D04J4.75; wethers, fair
to good, S4.t34 60; wethers, feeders, 14.00
f?4.60; ewes, good to choice, J4.2MR60;
ewes, fair to good, S3.S584.SS; ewes, feed
400 rornfed lambs
CI cornfed lambs
44 cornfed lambs
123 cornfed ewes ,
31 cornfed ewes 96
172 cornfed ewea 100
195 cornfed ewes ,.108
40 cornfed ewes , 10Q
CHICAGO LIVIS ST41CIC 31 A It K 13 T
Cnttln Sternly to Tvren t r-FI vo
Uluher Hogs I.orver.
CH ICAOO, Dec. 3. CATTLE-necelpti,
11.000 head; market steady to 26c higher,
beevos. ICTOflO.lE; Texas steers, S5.70g7.S0.
western steers, fi,VfT7,R5; stockers and
feeders, U-Will 70; cows and heifers, $3.40
JS.2T.; calves. S7.00fll.OO.
HOOS-llelpts. 45,01) head, nlrrket
JOJlKc lower: bulk of sales. J7 45ftt.63;
lights. t7.057 56. mixed. S7.3&U7 70! heavy.
3717 70; rough, J7.3&87.50; pigs, S5.00
SHEEP AND LAMnS-Ilecelpti, 22.001
head; market mostly 10ft 30c higher, na
tive. Sl.15ftt.50. wostern. S4 1MJ6.60. year
lings. S3.SW7.0): lambs, native, S6 6039.50;
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and reception room, SO00
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