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THE J3EK: OMAHA, FIUOA,, JANTAUV 'Ja, 1!M4, H
ii u 1 1 tu i : j mrirn a v. i t iKhi unnr x 4-1 a. a i
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Values Keep Within Nar
rower Range Than for Some Time,
CORK SHOWS SOME STRENGTH
Exhibit Firmer Disposition vrltli
local Triidiffii an 4he Itest Drty
rs mm Kellers Cloalng
OMAHA. Jan. 2i, 1814.
terday, but tho range was covered more
frequently than during the last few uaya.
final nrlces were 4tlfie higher. lit
jihorta covered trecly. Room traders of
the larger sort covered ahort commit
ments aa the trading progressed. Ab In
rpept sessions, ail demands were sup
piled on resting commission house orders
and values consequently dropped back
about He trom tho top to within a small
fraction of the preceding day's close.
Tho sustaining Influences ot the foreign
marKeii were the reduction In the Aus
trallan crop, smaller Argentine offtrlncs
and absence ot Indian otters. There were
oias nere close to tlio market all day
from seaboard exporters, and Indications
are of only a little bustnesa done.
Corn V.UD weak, uithuUgh 4ilot,itig some
strength in the early transactions. Local
shorts wore the best buyers at one time,
but soma ot them Were good setters later,
Oats showed less relative weakness, but
mere appeared no incentive xor new
Cash sales of grain at Chicago jester
day ware 40.000 bushels wh.-nt fiu.Oflu inmh
els ot corn and 110.000 bushels of oats.
Export sales In all posltlcns In the last
two days aggregated 66i!,0(W bushels
Uosslp on corn last night was mostly
bearish. In fact, too much so for a lew
of the conservative traders. It was said
that the short interest was Increasing
rturlnir tho dav and the uosltlon bf the
market was relatively weaker than for
the last two weeks. The cash corn posi
tion Is regarded ns likely to drag futures
down. There were a lew traders utter
tho olose Who advised against selling
short on any further decline on tho
ground that traders were too much dis
posed to oversell.
It was the belief ot a number of wheat
traders last night that the market should
havo a good break from this level and
that sales on bulges would be mado. Their
theory was that speculation Is too light
to havo a bull market tor any length ot
time. They Ignored all bullish foreign
conditions, especially that from Argen
tina showing that there would be the
smallest exportable surplus that has been
known there since 1900. .
A provision specialist says when tho
farmers get a fattenlngs h6gs In their
hut hou&eu.aiid puriom it In ume to get
otf the bull side In provisions.
Cash wheat was Uo higher.
Cash corn was unchanged to Ho higher.
Cash oats were unchanged
Clearances were: Wheat and flour equi
to 779,000 bu.; corn, 6,000 bu., oats, S,00f
Liverpool closed with wheat unchanged
to ld higher; corn. &d lower.
Primary wheat receipts were 616.00 bu
and shlppmenU 379.000 bu., Jrecelpts
of 1.125,000 bu. and. shipments of 626.C00 bu
Primary -corn receipts were l.OJO.OOO bu.
and shipments 719.000 bu.. BBlnst receipts
of 1,023.000 bu. and shipments ot 879,000 bu.
Primary oats receipts were 687,000 bu.
and shlpmonts. 923,000 bu., against re
ceipts of 665,000 bu., and shipments ot
7f9,000 bu. last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago1 .$? 214 74
MlnnpnnfillB ,2(D ... ...
Omaha .. JJ
Kansas City .... K
at- Louis jj
Winnipeg ,..... "
The following cash sales were reported;
Wheat-No. 2 hord winters 1 car, S2K0:
No. 3 hard winter: 1 car, 83V4c; S care.
83c: l.car, 62c; l car, SHic. No. a.rnlxcd
durumr 1 car, 81c. Cornt-No. 8 white. X
car, We; 1 car, 62c; 1 car. 61Jic; 2 cars,
0c;.l car, C0c. No. 4 white tl car, B9V4c;
laf. 'Bci 1 -car. 67c. No. t yeUowr 10
cart, 6lHc No. 3 yellow: 1 car, 61H. No.
3 yellow, 1 cor, 6lHcj 1 ear, 61o! 3 cars,
COttc; 1 car, 69o; 2 cars, 58Hc; 9 cars, 58c;
R cars. 57c; 1 car. 67Wc; 3 cars. 67c. No.
3 mixed: 1 car, 60Wc. No. 3 mixed! 1 car
(choice), 60c; 1 car, 69Wc; 1 car, 674C; 2
cars. 67c; 3 care. 6Hc; 2 cars, 67c; 9
cars. 6$es 2 cars. 66Hc; 2 cars, No.
4 mixed: 1 car. 660 ; 3 cars, 55V6C; 1 car,
63c; 4 cars, 64c. No grade: 1 car. 65c; 1
car, 64 He; 1 car. 48V4c. Oats-No. 3 white:
14 cars, 36Mo; 1 car, 36c. No. 4 white, 6
cars, S6c No grade: 1 car, 35e.
' Omaha Cash Prices-Wheat: No. 2
hard, 8J4Hc: No. 3 hard, 8lBJHc; No.
4 hard. 76H081V4CJ No. 3 spring,
B2Hc; No. 4 .spring, 83M',4c; No. 2
durum. 8lUQ81ic; No. 8 durum, SOU
80?4c Corn: No. 3 white, 6lH64c No.
3 white. 80363c; No. 4 white. 6669ttc; No.
2 yellow, 61(g6lHc: No. 3 yellow, 67lHo:
No. 4 yetlow. HHSEBHci No. 2. 68HOlc;
No. 3, 55V4fe; No. 4, &3ft5tfe. Oats:
No. 2 white, 37',38c; standard, 37f37lo;
No. 3 white. S836ttc; No. 4 white, 35UQI
36c. Barley: Malting, 65363c; No. 1 feed,
45HC. Kye: No. 2, 67H58c; No. 3, 67
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
17Hill7Vr: Americas. nttOKVei ions'
POTATOfiS Itecelpls, 4S carsj un
changed. POULTRY Alive, steady; springs, lie;
fowls. He; turkeys, 16cj dressed, aiHe.
XKW YOltlC ORXERVt, MARUKT
nnolatloii of (be bar on Vnrlons
NEW YORK, Jan. 2I.-FLOt.-R- Steady;
JPHIK fate"". 4.4v$?4.M; winter straiahts,
$4.154.s..: winter patents. M(.tr4.3;
jprinit fttears. J4.00fl4.: extra No. 1 win
. U&5iJ3.T5; extra No. 2 winter. iXit
3.K) Kansas straights. l4.04H4.li
WHEAT SDOt. fln! Kn 3 hnr.t -lnlr
9Sc. c. I. f. to artlve; No. 3 red, 1.01U.
nominal elevator doinestlct No. I north
ern Manitoba, ll.wu, f. 0. b. afloat; No.
1 nnrutprn iiniiith. it mu t n u , .
...... 1 . . .... .3. . 1 ... ki, niivni,
My, v) l-Uo; juiy, d;c.
.'-" vjuiet; state, common to cho re.
leu crop, jotfisc; mi crop, rotraci Paiiinc
".?!Jt;J." cro1' wc; isu crop, hstzic,
HIUES-Steady; Oogota, 30H3tHc; Ch
tml America. 29Wc.
,rPETROLEt:M-Steacy; . refined, NVw
A"- ouik. K,7i: brrl, cases,
WOOt-Steady; domestic fleece, XX
Ohio, 1Hj2(c. '
CORN KBrtt mnrlwl .lni1v' ,. Nn S
yellow. 69ic. C. 1. f .iKrw Vnrtr. tfi nrrlvn.
f.'leTfl'JPl matket quiet ( ntanoaru
white. 44V4045: No. 2 l,lte, 45R45H! No.
3 White 4IJiUc; NO. 4 wnite, 4J'4ff4l; all
elevator; fancy clipped white. 45,4&47c
t r a " 1 . 1 . . 1 ...... .1 .... .1 ... .
Il.05ai.07U! No. i ftWTli OV Hn a s.J,rvo
(., I IV.1' 1 1 V 1.11 iT4f
i-uvii5iuiNt l'ofk steauv: mess, a.60
U2i: rami V. .24.KOf727.nrt! nhnrt rlonrs
I20.oOCf22.00. Beef, steady; mess, J18.C0
lK.fiU: rnmtitf 1il Al.. m i.,.. .......
stPSdyt Pickled bflllec. 10 trt 14 lha . 115 5V,
r,CK'eo nams. jia.ro. itrd, firm;
middle west, Hl.lMi 11.25: refined, steady
continent. M1.S5; South America, 812.25;
oompoUnd, steady; t$.37!4$.62H.
TALLOW Steauv: cur. bVc: countrv.
Office; special, Efifc.
TIT 'TTI.' T) tt'.l,. . I .. . - . 1 ..... .
creamery extras. MUftSin; flri. &rravi
held extras. 3W.11c: firsts. 2SV4.1lc
process extras. 24H25c; faCtoo firsts,
CHEEaE-ai"lrm; receipts. 1.1S4 boxes;
state, whole milk, held specials, liKOISc:
fcvernge fancy, 17iei7Hc; fresh peclals,
EOOS Firmer; wpelnl. l.lt rboo.t
fresh gathered extras. 3.Vf?3Sp: extra firsts
33W3le; firsts, 33034c; refrigerator firsts,
30Hffl31c; nearby hennery whites, 394T40C.
POULTRY Uve. Irregular; western
Chickens. UUc: fowls. lSUc: turknva. 18c!
dressed, quiet; fresh killed western chick
ens, I524c; fowls, 15lSU.c; turkeys, 18
Features of the Trntlliifr nnd Closing;
Prices on Hoard ot Trade.
CHICAGO. Jan. 22. Wheat went up
grade from the start today, helped by
enlarge export demand. Closing prices
were strong at the top point of the ses
sion, HfBic to ?o above last night.
Other speculative articles all showed n
net gain corn U9He to lc, oats UQHo to
He, and provisions 5c to .22 He.
Rainy weather In Argentina causing de
lay to shipments destined for Europe
gave wheat bulls an advantage that was
made more emphatic by o fresh reduction
in the estimates of tho Argentine ex
portable surplus. According to tho latest
figures, the surplus will bo nearly 60,000,
000 bushels short of last year's total.
Foreign buying here was the result. At
the same time, fear of harder weather in
the United States winter crop belt added
to the gathering strength of the market
Temperatures twenty-two below xero in
the northwest were what chiefly caused
uneasiness on the part of wheat shorts
regarding the outlook ror the winter crop.
The tension fwas heightened by I he fact
that damage from unusual cold In west
ern Europe had led to material advance
today In prices at Paris and to ft still
higher Jump on the exchange In Antwerp.
Assertions came from Boston that ex
porters there were bidding for corn. A
substantial bulge Jn the market here en
sued. Several big houses with a large
following switched for the bear Bide. It
.was noticeable that cash prices lifted the
January, price sharply as a help In ship
ping eales. Oats had Independent
strength owing to advices that the yield
In Argentina would be only nbout half
what the trado hud been led to expect.
Speculative buying In which dealers
took the lead put the provls'on market
up. Selling was not sufficient to pre
vent demand from becoming fairly urgent.
Quotations on future..
Article! Open. H)gh. Low. Close.l Yes'y.
HEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Vigoroui Buying Continues and
Prices Rise Generally.
sentimeKt very optimistic
Reilnetlctik of KtinlUh nnd Grrmnn
Hunk llnie (live Hvlrtence of
Chnnne for nrttft- In
2 92T 92 93!i
87K 8SH 87 SSH
S 65H 63 65i
64H m 64H 64i
39H 39 89 S9H
3Sti Z3 SSTi 33 U
21 75 21 95 11 75 21 93
H ?IW H W., 11 37H
U 45 11 H 11 42H 11 47H
VI., M K 1 11 ' 11 S6
H 83H II DO 11 SO n w
v5?:oCa,.h Prices-Wheat: No. 2 red,
$JMJS7c; No. 3 red, M094ttc; No. 2 hard
WWWfiL No. 3 hard. Mwc; No 2 north:
im. W91o No. 3 northern. 89es0c; No.
2 spring, 89fl90c; No. 3 spring. S8fi9c.
Corns No 2. 2JHo: No. P2 whlteT'w
Kc:No'.3 ye'low, H6Gc; No. 3. 68H
4c; No. 3 white. 64HOj6c; No 3 velliiw
6ie4Hc Oats: No. 2. 3SUc; No. 3 wh?te'
SStrSiKc; standard. &Wmio Rye-. No !
f61c Barley: 50ft79c. Timothy. 8J75
6.25; clover. $11.75014.60. Pork" KK82U
Igk ":?5Htril.l5. Ribs. I11.12H11 H.
BUTTER-Lower; creameries; 2Be to
Eods-Hlgherr receipts, 8.3S7 cases; at
mark, cases included. 2P3IUc; ordinarv
UHSh.SwMi flr"1 HOS9c' ora,nar
CHEEHE-Hlgher; daisies. 18c; twins.
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
nriTTn-n k 1 1.11. v
), 60-lb. tubs, 31c.
oiifeudu impohtcd Swiss, 20c; Ameri
can Swiss. 240! htnrl Sli, 5r' Inlni
20c; daisies. 20o; triplets. 20c; Young
Americas. 21c; blue label brick. 18Mc:
,lm.?SIfe0 ?,b- 2: New Y6rk white. 20c
t 1 " , 1 . " , . u u ,onil
ic: mrcr rnnnl tmu 11m onnMi.t,
macerol, 16c; siiad roe. 'per 'pair, 40c;
salmon, fresh, lOe; halibut, fresh, lie!
Duiiaip. iw; bullheads. l3o; channel cat-
nktiSuJSret,100.' P'Ckerel, 12c.
POULTRY Rrnllnr. J.. .
hens, i5o; cocks, lioj ducks. lSc; geese.
16c; turkoys, 23o: pigeons, per dox.. $1.20;
duok,- full feathered. l?Hc: gecsc. full
fathered. Uc; squabs, No. L 31.60; No.
""Wholesale prices ot beef cuts effective
today In Omaha are as follows:
IT yia.T i,u 1 rios. i(4c; o. 2,
lDHcl No. 3. 12Up. Nn. 1 lnlH.16.Vn' tin
2. 17c! No. 3, 13?ic. No. 1 chucks, 10Mc;
ii?: i,10Uc: No. 3, 9Hc, No. 1 rounds,
13Hc; No. 2, o ; No. 8. 12c. No. 1 plates,
SHp: No. 2, 80; No. 3. 7HC
tRUITS-prangea: California navels,
extra fancy Sunklst. 06, 12. 150, 178. 200
and 250 sixes, 33.00; 250 size, J2.50; 2SS size.
32.40: 321 size. t'H! triarldn t nhrf IM
sizes, J3.00: 150, 176, 2p0 and 210 sizes, J2.60;
m size, J240; 2iS and 21 sites. 2.35;
rionaa jvumquais, per dox, Z5C Apples:
Extra Taney Washington Jonathans, per
boX. 12.25: Whltfl Winter PmrmHlnn nr
box, $2.23; fancy White Winter Pear
mains, per bdx, $2.00; rancy Idaho Black
Twigs, per box, $2.00; fancy Idaho Bald
wins, per box, $2.00; fancy Idaho York
Imperials, per box, $2.00; fancy Idaho
walbrtdges, per box, Jl.bS; fancy Idaho
Willow Twigs, per box, $l.8S; fancy Idaho
Smith Cider, per box, $1.65; extra fancy
Idaho Northern Epy, Greenings or Kings,
per box, $2.00; extra fancy Idaho Ram
bos, per box. $2.25; extru fancy Ben Davis,
per box. $1.65; fancy Ben Davis, per box,
$1.50; choice Ben Davis, per box, $1.10;
Ben Davis, per bbl.. $t.Mi York Imoerlals.
per bbl., $1.60; Mlnklcrs, per bbl.. $4.50.
Lemons: Extra fancy Sunklst, SOOs and
360s, per box, $2-50; extra choice Red Ball,
SOOs and 260s, per box, $7.50. Orapesi Extra
fancy Emperors, per crate, $2.25; Earl's
Emperors, per bbl., $4.00; Imported Mal
agas, extra fancy, $7.00; fanoy, $0.50; extra
choice,. $100; choice, $5.50., Grapefruit:
Extra fancy Florida, 36s, $3.50; 4Ca and 90s,
$3.75; CIS, 64s and 80s; $1.25. Cranberries:
Per box. $2.75: Bell and Buirlc. Der hhl..
$9.00; Bell and Cherry, per bbl., $4.60; late
rea, per ijdi., s.; mcnaia, per bbl., p.00;
extreme Jumbo, per bbl., $11.00.
vjmiiiAui,ii-I'otatocs: uenuine ilea
River Early Ohio, per bu $1.00; Rurals
or Bur banks, per bu., $3c; Idaho Rurals,
per bu., $S0c. Sweet potatoes: Per hamper,
$1.25. Cabbage: Holland seed, per lb., 2o;
red. per lb., 30c. Onions: Ohio, large Red
Globe, per lb.. 2Vic; Spanish, per crate,
$1.50. Tomatoes: California, per 4-basket
MISCELLANEOUS-Callfornla figs, 12
12-oz. pkes., 85o; 50 6-oz. pkgs., $2.00: Call-
lurnia dibsk iigs, n IZ-OZ. pKgS., il.W, 7-
crown Imported figs, ped lh., lSe; 3-crown
Imported figs, per lb., 13c; 7-crown pulled
iifco vuoxes weiemng bdoui & IDS.;, 90c; C
crown pulled figs (boxes weighing about
5 lbs.), 75o; 7-crown pulled figs (boxes
weighing 10 oz.), per doe., $1.25. Drome
dary brand dates, pkg., $3,001 Anchor
brand dales, pkg., $J.25J Hallowe'en dates,
per lb., 7ftc. Parnlps, per lb 2c. Car
rots, per lb., 2c, Beets, per lb., 2c. Tur
nips, per lb., 2c. Rutabagas, per lb., 14c.
Callfornlu Jumbo celery, per dox., 85c
Michigan celery, per coz., 35c. Cider, per
keer, $3.26; per half bbl.. $5.75. Shallots,
per do., 60c. Parsley, per doz., 40c.
V-h pe.r, dox ead lettuce, per
doz., $1.00. Home-grown leaf lettuce, per
doz., 40c Green peppers, per basket, EOo.
wax or green beans, per hamper. $.oo.
Hot house Cucumbers, per doz., 3l.60ffi2.00.
Cau iriower, per crate. $3.25. Venetian
garlic per lb., lam Eggplant, per dot"
$2.00. Horseradish (2 doz. bottles In case).
rr ,Owa,,1-,0; valnuts, No, 1 soft sholu
per lb., 19c Medium pecans, per lb., I3c.
Pecans, Jumbo, por lb., 15c. aiant pecans.
Louisiana paper shell, per lb.. Sic. Fil
berts, per lb., 15c. Drake almonds, per
lb., lfc: paper shell, 23c, Brazils, per R...
18c: large washed, per lb., 19c. Blaelt
walnuts, per lb.. 2H& Peanuts, raw, No.
1, per lb.. 7c; Juinbo, per lb., $c; roasted
Pk" "feW bark h'tkory nuts' per
lb., 4a White rice popcorn, per lb.. 40
Checkers, per 100-lb. case, UM-. per to.
pkg. case, $1.75. Cocoanuts. per sack
$7.00. Chestnuts. Imported Italian. pTr
lb., 10c; sack or bbl. lots, St, Honey
white clover, 24-sectlon case, per case:
Knnan Cltr Grain nnd I'rovlalons.
ivAiMDn uJi'r, Jan. 32. WHEAT No
2 hard. 83'4c; No. 2 red. BSlc.
CORN No. 2 mixed. 63c; No. 2, 67iaC0c!
No. 2 white, 67Ho; No. 3, 666flc. 0
Closing prices ot futures!
MWCHKAT-May. I686!ic; ju)y, af
COJW-Maj-. CTfic; July, crtfl
OAT8-N0. 2 white, xv v?7!.i..,
gjc w MUACU,
BUTTER Creamery, 31c; firsts ssr.
StImov .4 JJC; seconds, 2Cc.
POULTRY Hens and springs, 13c.
MlnnFHitotU Grain rn .1.-.
SSS-v?0- 3 yeow. 57c.
OATS No. 3 white, SSVfiSCo.
St. Louis nenrral itarUet.
BT. LOUIS, Jan. 22. WHEAT-No a
rt 94ti(&96V-c: No. 2 hard. CSUmjc May
92iB92Ho; July, fo'.tc ay,
UORN-sfo. 2, 64i4c; No. 2 white. 70'4o
May. 67l4e67Hc; July, 6ueHc. '
OATS-No. 2. 39;c; No. 2 white 41c
May. 40c; July, 3Mc ,le le'
Mvnpo rated Applrs nml Dried Prnlta
DRIED FRUITS Prune, steady. Apri
cots, quiet, but firm. Raiiins, dull. y
NEW YORK, Jan, 3. Vigorous buy
ing or stocks and bonds continued today.
Prices TOSO In all illrrrlln.i Tnltnn In
connection with yesterday advance. It
wft more . like a genuine bull market
than hhy which the etrct-t has seen In
n'"pv months, Scntimeht. was decidedly
optltnlst.c. for It was fed that the move
ment tit securities had as a basis a detl
'.' U? lmpriATment In tundsjnental con
dltlohs. Investment buylhg continued on a large
si-rtjc. It wan the high grade Investment
"locks, In rnct, which led the ndvnnce.
AnlOhg the spccillallve faVotltes there
were signs of prollt taking at tluus and
their rise was less rapid than yesterday,
in the bond market also, dealings were
Unusually active, traitsnctlons being the
largest of any day III nearly tWo yenrs.
in some, enses the advance In prices of
b?id" n"louhted to 1 to 2 points.
mere were further cldemes today of
linprovenient in the sencrai situation.
The syndicate which yesterday pur
chased New York state's $5l,inj,oJ) issue
of 4H per cent bonds, announced that
they had o.ll been sold Within less than
two hours. It wns. Understood that the
price w 107W. DutinK tho day the
bond were quoted In the open market
u,.i';h, "i"!1"?!4'. The ra;,'d sa'n of
ISSUO Of till Wim1 nl n flmi,.
ahly In excess ot What whb expected a
short tlmo ago. gavo some Indication of
tno Imnrnvrmnnt i tua i.. .
narket. v '""t" "";"w
Reduction ot tho English and German
OAnK rninn eavA ,iiMnnnA un ..
change for the belter In monetary con
dltlons was worldwide. London bought
iV wAmalgamalod and Southern Pa
cirio here, whn iiin. t.. i..
2.15. i'"'?" Pacific. Southern Pacltlc1
strong showlnr recently was attributed
.-p.i rn?w.Sd '"tercst In that stoen
t,p.1,'t ot J4uropean banklni? Inter
osts. Better reports camo from the cop-
i ...1 "uo Bnu. V wn "aid that some
trdlng and at noon prices ranged from
unehaneed to a point above parity.
Consols for money, 71 per cent; for ac
count. 74 M per cent; Union Pacific,
IMS per cent. Bar silver, easy, M 7-i6d.
Money, stflu per cent; short bills. 2T4
per cent; thrc months. 2 H-16 per cent-
II on to 11 Ih.-k Market.
BOSTON, Jan. 22. Closing quotations
on stocks were:
Allnuti t Krrnds Con.
Attn. xpir ..
A. Z. K it
Arlttna Com. ..
Ctl. ft ArlMni..
Cotrer lut i:
F.itl hatt o. M. lIHSBr-tlor , fm
-nlln JKBuD.rlor k It. M .. tH
(Irtntr Oon, M Timrck
tlrten Cin ... 4iV. S. S. It. M .. H
Hlt UtfU CtVt- n U ti 4(U
Krr l-kf .... . 4 1Hftn (n. ., 10
l.k r.set ..,..,.io ttuh t'orper vo .... MU
1A Hll Cupptr. .. 4tfcWlntti SJ
Miami coiptr 1..,.. HSWalterlsa . . it
Molik ., 4
It Ntitiwint M(M( ,
7 HUM tMmlnlnn
.tit OXmlR .. ..
. UVCNIIKT ,
C. ? 8hannas
4ll nml Itoaln.
NKW YORK, Jan. !2.-COTTONSUtiD
OII-SteAily; prime summer yellow, 7.0)
January, .n; Aiarcn, .May,
Tl'ltPENTINE-FIrm; machine barrels,
SAVANNAH. Oa.. Jan. 2i.-TtIRPKN-TINE
Firm at 47c: sties. S3 bbl,; W
celpts, 403 bbls.i shlpntents, 5,955 bbls,;
ROSIN-Firm: sales, :,m bbl.; re
ceipts, 2,4. bbls.; shipments, 2,731 bbls.',
stbeks, 162,193 bbls. Quotations: A. II.
C. 1), 18, v and O. $1.10; II. $4.16; I. $4.20;
K. $4.50; M, $5.35; N, $6.25! WO, $6.60; WW,
NF.W YORK, Jan. 22.-COFFHE
Higher early cables from Europe failed
In llimilnln nhv ittinortiliil UUVIIIK ill mo
coffee nlarket and utter opening steady
ht unchanged prices to a ueciine 01 a
nnlnla nnlW tnnlltha hlilltn OUltr sharply
on contlnUel largo Brazilian receipt and
leports that Brazil was selling futures
ncre. 1'artiai rallies occuricu mwi vn
covering, nnd tho matket closed steady
at a net 108 ot s to u poinis. onie.
7.600 lings. January. 9.02c; marcn, s.no;
May, B.42c: July, P.cic; Sepiember, P.sost
Odtotwr, 9.Rc; Decenilier, 9.95c. Spot
market, stefldy; Rio 7s. 9c'. Santos 4.
1214,0. Mild, quiet; Cordova, ISJflOc, nominal.
, , , , 1 ' ..it., nuiiiq I it 1 will., Willi, . .!
riV... WaB- t0'"41 dono ut cents. .Quiet, $4.05, bid; London, .20 7 6d.
"S""1 11 uuycr 01 coppers here. spelter: quiet, $3.iuw6.w; iontion, t-fi jae
t-.r?'". : P"r vnlo $7,300,000. im. Copper) Finn; stanoara. spoi 10
L'UltCa Statps hnhil tvnrn n..nKH...i lAn.ll 1 . f .Hrl . tUKJV Aliw.tmlvtln.
n. call. iii4.Mi4.75: lake. $16.00. nominal! casting.
Niunber of ml,. n, ...... tiiKdii ro Tih! virm: soot to February.
on stocks ware: 0 ' $33.771 39.00: Match. $38.805789.10; April,
Hlih. u,w. cioii. ;$38.85fl39.!5. Antimony: Dull; Cookson's,
V4 71 ff.svjH.w. iron; onnuy, untiiimgru.
5H Iindon markets closed a follows: Cop-
OMAHA LlYE STOCK MARKET
Most Kindi of Cattle Sell Around
Ten Cents Lower.
HOGS HVE TO TEN CENTS OFF
I.theral Itrerlpta ot I.nmha and Mod
erate Shonln of Sheep All
Simrty to Stronir ns Cotn
imrcrt TfKh Yesterday.
200 14 U
4, M0 10S U
Amalgamated Copper ... S3 100
Amarinn i-.i:,ui .'iXX
Ameriean Utet Huj.r...'." e'aoo
i-Tin ,,,, 7,i0O
American Can in. 1
Araarlcan a A IT,.. f.too
American Cotton Oil.,.. S00
A2'JC Burltle 1600
American Llmj , 1 Soo
American B. it It.,..,.,,
Am. a, & rt. Bfd
Am. .Sugar nennlnt....
Ameriean T. A T.
Anaconda Mining Co
Atehlron jf4 .,
Atluntlo Coaat Une.
Brooklyn 1UdI4 Tr
Canadian TacKlo ...
Central Leather ...
Cheaapeake A Ohio.
unieago o. w...
Chicago, M. ft ex. P....
cnicago a n. w
Colorado Fuel A Iron..,,
Conaolldated Qaa ,
Delaware & llndaoh.,..,.
Denver ft Itlo Orande....
Denrer ft n. o. pfd
Erie lt rM
Erie 2d prd ,
oreat N"otthern pfd.
Great Northern Ore ctfa.
Inter. Met. pfd
Inter-Marine pfd ........
International J'eper ......
Kansas City Boulharn...
toularlllft ft NaahTllle..
M., Ht, P. ft B. Rta. M.
Mlrtourl, K. A T
N. It. It. of M. id pfd..
New York Central
N. V., 0. & W ,..
Norfolk ft Weatem
North American .........
Pacific Mall ,
P.. C. C. ft Ht. It
Pretaed Steal Car........
Pullman Palace car
ilteadlng ....liS.tOO m
Ilepubllc Iron A Steel,,, 2.S00 34
Jiepuuuo 1. a e. pra...
Rock latand Co..........
Itock I. land Co. pfd...,
8t. L. & 8. F. Id ptd,.
Hf aboard Air Line
Seaboard A. L. pfd,,,.,
Sloan.Rh.effleM S. tc I.
Routhern Railway ......
Fo. Railway ptdi... ......
Tiiea ft Pacific
Union Pactflo ,,..4
Union Pacific prd
United Statai Itaalty.,.
United States Rubber...
United Btatea Steel
U. B. fitael pfd...
Va--Carolln Chemical ,
Weatarn Union .1..
Wettlnghouf Elactrlo .
Wheeling ft IJie Krle,
Total tales tor the day, 771,900 a hare.
HnM nni- .iwit fft. 1a Ait; future. .(&
K!J,:s a. Tin: Btrons;; spot, in; futures,
CI .178 6s. Iron: Cleveland warrants, 60s fd.
iiu BT LOUIS, Jan. 22.-METAIS-lad:
Btendy, J3.S714. Bpeltor: Nominal, S3.10.
O run lin liny Mnrket.
OMAHA. Jon. M.-PIIAUIIK HAV-Ko.
1 to choice upland. llO.GOtril.00; No. I,
W.5010.00; No. 3, W.OWr9.00; No. 1 to
ehotco midland, J10.00W10.60; No. 3, $9.0011
10.00; No, 3, J8.CKWl.00; No. 1 to oliolco low
land. JS.OXr39.00; No. 2. 17.0038.001 No. S.
6.0fl7,0. Straw: Choice oat or rye. W.OO
1Q&6O; choice wheat. K-WtS.OO. Alfalfa:
Choice pea-sroen, U.00; No. 1, $13.0CM3i
13.00; No. 2, J10.0OR12.00; No. J, 8.00arl0.00.
CO, MO Hl'i
1 6, (Ml
's!oo 'ieii t4
KtsW Torts Moner Slnrkel.
NEW YORK. Jan. 21-MONBY-On
call,- steady; l42 per cent; ruling rate,
z per cent; closing Dia. lfj per cent.
jime. loans,, easy; sixty days, Zft per
cent,: ninety uays, zyt per cent; six
momns, 1 per cent.
AitjijiuArnTiuH fAPvm mg-tx per
BTBUUNO EXCIIANOB - Steady.
sixty days, rssco; demand, i.8K3. Com-
mcn-iai oiiib. ai.er.
BiliVEn-Bar. C7Hc; Mexican dollars,
BOND3Governmeht, steady; railroad.
Closlnr quotations on bonds
U. 8. ret. 2a, reg... fHK. O. Bo. ref. Sa,. Mii
u;oB.t,rraeg::::.r.:.fi,4l: tuVWl't- U
is counos ........ Ill Mn. ' ::'
m. Tobacco 6a... .11 do dab. 4 , Jli
Panama la coupon. .lOOVt
Atchlaon sen. 4a.
do cv. 4a 1160,,
'do cr. ta
A. C. U lat 4a
Ul. & Ohio 41...
tlrook. Tr. cv. 4a
CVn. of Oa. Sa ..
On. Leather (a.
101 ado cv. 4i .' "ii
SmPffth jttr Oil. a.i I
Chaa. & Ohio 4Ha.. mvjb. I ft g. P. "t u 73
do eonv, 4Hl 64 do gen.1 ( iiP
Chleago A A. 3Ha, 64 fit. l", w i' i. ' llh
C. O. ft Q j. 4a.... IT tr. A. u sdi. V?': 77S
dn l.n 4a HUD. 7'?
r M ft B P c 4tia. !lMs do cvv 4..V.,
do rft. 4a TIWBo. Railway la.
ft A 6. t A 4i,allU do gen Ya. ;
A H. or. 4a ,. JI4Unlon picllle 4a
R; AH. O ref. ta.. 92 do cv 4a
Dlattllen' (a . . .. K do l.t A r.r
Erie P. I, 4 64 ! , nulJ? V
do gen, 4a. ., .Ml r f!(e, u I'
" ' iV-c Chern. s. '
-in. -v-jn. in r. 1.. i4HWahaih lit A t,
Intar. Met. 4'4a. .. .79 Weatern in i.
Inter. M. M. 4Vla.
Japan 4li .......
ao w,. Klec. cv. U
6;Wl. CVntral i,. .
Veiv vnmr. r m
w ai . J Jill rV . M 1 1
tures closed very steady. Jantiury l2 4o.
March. u.9f; May, R47c: July i24tot
October, 11.74c. Boot market, quiet; mid
dllntr, l-Jc; gulf 12.250. Market closed very
steady at a net dec line of 1 to 7 points
LIVERPOOL-, Jan. 2J.-OTTON-Kriot
Rood huslness done: prices easier mlrii
dllng fair. 7.MI goorf mlddllnt;!7.lNr: m it
d In. 7.2ld! low- mIddlln-7. 6.57d; gSod l ot.
dlnary, .21d; ordinary, 5,87d; salis, 13,000
London Stock Market.
LONDON. Jan. 22. Amerinn A.nriu..
opened Uady today. Kalr buying orders
advanced the leaders during tho early
Liverpool Ornln Mnrket.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 22. WHHAT-Spot.
firm; No. 2 .rod , wostorn winter. 8s; No.
1 Manltobn, 7s 2d! No. 2, ,7s Id; No. S, 7s;
futures, steady: March, 7a SHdl May. 7a
ndt July, 7 Hid.
CORNSDot. firm: American mixed, fis
8id: La Plata futures, weak) February,
4s 8?id; March, 4a lOVid.
Dry Goods Market,
NEW YORK. Jan. 22.-DRY OOODH-
Cotton goods markets were steady today,
witn traciing nctive on nappeo. ciiapie
dress goods were opened for fall on the
same price basis prevailing for spring.
Yams wcro flrmor and higher.
No Absolution for
Tangoer Who Does
Not Agree to Quit
VENICE, Jan. 22.-Cardlnal Arlatld Ca-
valarle, tho successor of tho present pops
ns patriarch of Venice, has Issued an
episcopal Utter, which is tho most ener
getlo of thoso so far published With ref
erence to tho tango and acquires even
greater Importance, as It Is reported to
havo been Inspired by trie pontiff.
The letter condemns the tango in the
strongest terms, referring to It as moral
turpitude, and adding:
"It Is revolting and disgusting. Only
those persons who have lost all mOral
sense can endure H. It Is the shamo of
our days. Whoever persists In It, com
mits a sin."
The cardinal orders all ecclesiastic to
deny absolution to those who, having
danced the tango, do not promise to dis
continue. ROME, Jan. 21. All the bishops ot
Italy have forbidden tho dancing ot tho
tango and are establishing severe pen
ances for Catholics not complying with
SOUTH OMAHA. Jan. 22, 1914.
nlpt" were; cattle. Hots. Sheep.
Official Monday.. o,io MS
Official Wodneiday .. 3.29J 1S.1M 14.0N?
Latlmate Thursday ... S.lflO 1S.W0 10.000
Four days this week.lS.924 42.M7 48.S7S
game days last week..IU,IJJ 41.CRS 47,217
(Jim days 2 wkp. ago.l8,M7 43.4141 42,572
game days S wks. ao,12.70 J2.MW S0.IS5
JJamo days wks, ago. ,0S2 19,9 1C8IS
Bamo days last yeHr...20,0iW 0.75i Ml.911
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep nt the South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date as compared with Inst year:
... 1914. 1913. Inc. Dec.
Cattlo in,7M 61,825 ..... S7
i'oB 179.07.1 m,KA 4,023 ..
8hP 167,577 167,431 144 ..
The following table shows the range of
prices for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
Date. 1914. I1913.I1912.I19U.I1910.I1WW.I1WM.
J B 83
8 Sl 6 03
there were a number of toads still In
first hands at the time of closing this
There was a good proportion of light
nogs In the receipts again this morning,
and buyers continued Very Indifferent
towards this class of stuff, refusing dur
ing the earlier part ot tne forenoon to
even Md on the numerous bunches of
light and light mixed hogs that were In
clmll In the offerings.
Hulk of tho heavy and butcher weight
I" moved at 3S.1MJ8.S0, with a ton of
J.l.37ii. Llahts sold largely at $7.FMU0.
with qulto a sprinkling on down below
Receipt's and dlanoRltlmi nt llvn stock
at the Union stock yards, South Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending yesterday
afternoon nt 3 o"clock:
Cnttln. llnss. fiheon. lira.
.-., Al. AC .11. J'. II)', a
Wabash It. R 2
Missouri Pacific lly. 5
Union Pacltlo It, It. lr,
C. & N. V., east... 12
U. & N. W., west... S3
C, Ht. P.. M. & O.. 21
C, 11. A Q east.... I
C, H. & U.. west... ST.
U., R. I. A P., east.. 8
C, R. I. A P., west. 1
Illinois Central Ry.. ,,
Chicago O. W. Ry.. 3
Total receipts ..140
47 8 1
10 5 .,
190 CI "l
Morrtrf A Co
Hwlft A Co
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour A Co 1.
H. O. P. Co
Hill & Bon
F. n. Lewis
Huston & Co
J. H. Root ft Co..
J. II. llulla
L. V, llusz.
"MR. DIAZ" ON FLOOR
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.-When the
Alaskan railway bill was taken up by
the house today, Representative Dies of
Texas 'made a point of no quorum
Speaker Clark, apparently with his mind
on the Mexican situation, recognized "Mr.
Diaz," while the house roared with
Culls from the Wire
1J, J 11UBS.. ............. Ik
Wertheimer A Degcn... 164
II. F. Hamilton 28
Sullivan liros. f7
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.... 2
linker. Jones A Smith.. 31
iowa uattie uo v...
Other buyers ... 226
CATTLIC rtncaltita Were'
Thursday, 131 cars being reported, and
tho total for the week amounts to 18,924
head. This is a slight falling oft com
pared with last week ana a year ngo.
II u vers seemed to fee that mey naa
been paying more mQnoy than Was neces
sary tor beef steers and they started oil I
this morning bidding in many casoa 10tf
15o lower. Hellers were not willing to cut
loose at such reduced nrlces and the re
sult was a. very slow and dull market and
most or ine catue soia arouna 10a lower.
Soma right good cattle, the same that
brought ISTC yesterday, sold at the aamo
price ngaln today.
Cows and heifers were weak to 100
tower than yesterday, and In seme cases
possibly more than that, If compared with
tno Dent time yesterday morning, as a
matter of course, tho decline was the
most noticeable on the medium grades.
There were hardly enough stock Cottle
or feeders til the yards to mako a mar
ket, but tho feeling was weaker, and It
mere naa been anv great number on
sale they would undoubtedly have been a
Quotations on Cattlo: uood to eliolca
BIVCIB. 4.tAJf?,VUj .HIT id RUUU UOC1
steers, 38.40j1S.G0; common to fair beet
steers, 17.s34js.to; gooa to Choice cornfeu
heifers. S6.lftQ7.7G: good to choice cows.
15.W,00; fair to good grados, Jo.OCkiO.M:
common to tair graaos, i.Eora3.uu: gooa
to choice stockers and fesders, I7.60lf8.00:
fair to Kood stockers and feeders. 1S.7EO
7.&0; common to fair stockers and feed
ers, vO.vmso.id; biuck cows ann neuers,
tS.4CxS6.80: veal calves, 37.0O5T10.0O; bulls,
stags, etc., 5.r7,00.
No. At. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
II ,,711 7 40 10 i.llSI 30
20 i03t 7 40
a ,. w i an
II , Ml 7 73
) IS4 7 to
II 1017 I 00
10 137 I 00
4 172 I 00
I MS 00
7 US I 00
t i:s 1 ao
17 1173 I 00
31 1033 I 10
30. I0C3 I IS
ri a M
....lilt I 60
....1374 1 64
....1334 I M
..1413 I 63
BTEURS AND HKIFI2RS.
31 Mt 7 M
14 (43 7 76
I W7 7 to
11 tU t IS
1 ttO 4 SO
7. 140 t 00
1 ,..IS4 t to
7 101 teo
1 .....100 00
1071 6 30
ihi 1 is
1 7 t 40 4,
I,, 100 40
,.1130 7 00
4 1117 7 00
I....U10 7 10
....ISM 7 10
7 1IO0 7 3(
U0 6 to
..... .O. W 9'
ttl 6 tt
S4 7 3S
117 7 40
i ,....hw 1 00
....12M t 60
tV t Ci
tttl OW w
1330 6 OS
itso i to
,, ,.1370 I 10
,1700 6 M
....100 7 00
.... CM 7 00
....170 7 10
...-II70 7 It
Qencral Beliard was still In control of
Capo llaltlen yesterday.
The Traveler's bank ot Atlanta, do..
failed to open Us doors for business yes-
t era ay. une name was organicea about
two years ago with a capital stock of
1200,000. its deposits are natd to be less
tr.an mat amount.
Martin Korff ot Rolls, Mo former
cashier of the defunct bank ot Ever
ton, at Kverton, Ark., pleaded guilty at
Fort Smith to embezzlement of the bank's
funds, yesterday, and was sentenced to
tweivo years in tne penitentiary.
Ten Kansas City Greeks were ordered
iIeport"(l yesterday, following a govern
ment Investigation of a syndicato of
ureex wnite siavrrs auegen to nave oper
ated extensively in tho middle west. Most
of tho men aro keepers of coffee houses
Attorney nenrral McReynoIds has
worKca oui pians zor raaicai Changes In
the method of operating federal peni
tentiaries and In the handling ot prison
era. He contemplates tho abolition of
the system which allows convicts to Ira
used In making articles afterwards put
on tho market.
Mediation of the differences between
the New, York, Chicago A St. Loula rail
road and Its telegraphers, station agents,
tower men and signal men, who have
voted to strike, will be undertaken at
Cleveland, O.. today, by Judge Willi m
L. Chambers, united States commissioner
ui ineuiuuuu aim conciliation.
Federal offloera at Los- Angeles will In.
atltute proceedings to ravnli
alltation papors of V. 6, Kaneko 1 on at ona tlme bld dld arP down until they
of the wealthiest Japanese In California ,wera WU lower than yesterday, but this
1 I W. t. . 1 ' ' I a, 1 iimn At A MvaV InaaaV 1yaaar w. ,1 -. at 11..
too 1 75
140 I 71
.. 170 10 do
20 7 00 1....
IM I 00 I..,,,
310 15 1
BTUU'KKIUI JMU I'itilUlSllH,
1.. ,. 7t3 6 M 7 Mt 7 10
II 7i 7 00 29 777 7 33
4 , tS 7 00 3 till 7 7t
3. W IM
1I0O8 Supplies were estimated at IDS
cars, or 13, Em) head. For the week to date
the total is 42,637 head, almost 1,000 larger
than last week, but more than 14,000
smaller than last year.
Receipts were very fair this lnornlnir.
and advices from other points were weuk,
no that when buyers started out bidding
a nickel lower on the best butcher and
heavy stuff, salesmen cashed their hold
ing on mis uasis. a 1 tile later on th
market showed signs of weakening and
He Is the only Japanese cltlsnn nt thl
United States. He was granted naturali
zation papers eighteen years ago. desalts
orientals denylne cU,enhIP rights to
Railroad owned beef cars are given a
preference over private refrigerator cars,
according to the testimony of William L
Slarnea, superintendent of transportation
of tho Chicago. Burlington A Qulncy rail,
road, the chief witness yesterday at Chi
eego. in the government inquiry into
the relations of the. railroads and owner
of private cars.
'slump did not last long, and practically
an or wie neavy ana rnucner orrenngs
moved at price that were no more than
Towards the extremo close buyers
picked up some ot the light stuff, but
prices were Very weak, and were If any
thing a little lower than yesterday's low
close. The unevenness of the last two
days makes It hard to quote any decline,
but It Is safe to say that prices on light
hogs today are 10115c lower than yes
terday'a early market, or fully to, and In
gome cases MflOc below the close, Move
ment was very slow at the best, and
71.,., ...344 ... 1 30 73.,
7a. ID ,,, I to 7t...
340 ... 130 II,..
I! .33 ... I 30 tt...
3...,...t.13 ... 110 It...
1 311 ... ISO 71...
17 131 ... 7lft tl Ill ... 7tS
II 143 ,,, 7 to
SHKEP The market on a liberal run ot
lambs was active at prices steady to
strong with yesterday. There was fur
ther Improvement In quality this morn
lug as tho receipts were better than on
previous days of tho week, thero being
onto Mexlcnn lambs ted In Colorado good
enough to bring 18,00, Most of the good
fed western lambs moved around V.'htf
7.90, with some fairly good ones going
to tho packers , at J7.Wia7.o3. Early ad
vices from outside points Indlcattd slow
trade, wtlh a weaker tendency to prices.
Owing to the fact that the receipts over
ran the early estimate and unfavorable
reports wcro received from Chicago, tho
closing trado on lambs was not ns active
as at the opening and prices were weak
to a little lower.
Another moderato supply of ewes found
a good outlet on a basis strong to a
dime higher. Tho slxe and quality ot the
receipts varied llttlo If any from that
of late, thero being nothing really toppy
offered, though two double decks were
good enough to sell at I5.4S, top for the
day, and for the week thus far. Accord
ing to finish nnd quality the majority ot
the ewe sales were made anywhere from
35.00 to $5.36. The movement In owes.
If anything, had mora life than In the
case of Iambs and a satisfactory clear
ance wns effected at an early hour. Fow
If any wethers or yearlings wero In evi
dence, this being the case for some lit
tle tlmo back. 1
Tho receipts to dote for tho week
amount to some 00,25 head, oompared
with 47,317 for tile same tlmo last week,
42,272 two weeks ago and 66,811 a year
ago. In spite of the generous supply at
thcrdlsposal ot buyer on most day trade
in general has been fairly satisfactory,
with a llttlo Improvement in values on
Tuesday nnd today, making ewes and
lambs quotably strong to a dime higher
than tho close of last week, The supply
of wether and yearlings has not been
sufficient to try out values, though, In
sympathy with owes, they are regarded
aa showing a similar Improvement.
Though tho general trade Is bettor than
lAt week's closo buyeni still show a de
cldod preference for tho well finished
grades of both sheep and lambs.
Quotations oil sheep and lambs: Lamb,
good to choice, $7.8508.10; lambs, fair to
good. $7.23(77.85; lambs, culls, I5.5M6.00;
yearlings, light, $6.40.00 yearlings,
..vmj, iuiu.u.iv, TVCUIBrB, KUUU ID CI1OI06,
$3.Mll.0j wethern, fair to good 6,256.80;
ewes, good to choice,
air to good, J4.D04f6.20.
w cornieu minus
741 corn fed lambs
33 cornfed Iambs in.
106 cornfed ewes ., si
20 comfort mim
221 cornfed Iambs ...
501 cornfod lamb .
2w cornrea iambs
613 Mexican lambs
v cornrea iambs
141 cornfed lambs
20S cornfed owes ,
.17 comred ewes ,
63 cornfed lambs
221 cornfed lamb
61 cornfed lntnba
217 cornfed lambs
251 cornfed iambs
01 spring iambs
78 cornfod ewes
t;n ....... ,,, ,,,, HO
101 cornfed ewe 100
ao cornieu yearlings $2
.,.,,,,,,, ... 74
OlUCAfJO LIVH 8TOCIC MARKET
Cattle Blow Hogs Weak Sheen
CIEIfAHO .Inn r a rrvnr tj. r
BMk . . -"-- vcvi'i lull,
,000 head; market slow; beeves, $d.80rt
0.50; Texas steers, $fl.9oe.i0; western
2SEk nSi'W8'" tocers and feeders.
calves ILIli.W. J'w'wi
wk Vilp i' r-fL ,,.,ead! el
Of sales. fi.MVr. '"?.' .? "HajraK
t-P'SLP JrAMBS-Recelpts. 35.000
iiouj inarKoi siow, generally loaiSo
lower: native, U.md.OO; western 10m
6.10; yearlings. $57Vl6; natl?2' lsjr.br
$.038.00; western uTmbs $7WO8.00 '
Knnan. Cltr Live Mtoek Storkrt.
Recelms. t tm V' h ..A"-
.trpng;. ' prime ''fed ,tt?rl. "32
uressea boef steers, $7.86fi8.60: dresieii
href utiwra 17 nui rj. u?8eU
$6.rMii:oo. ' 3-w''-w' cveB,
ft frt . Z 1 WW., iieavy, w.ZAW
light.' $7.W8-26; piis. UVlw S.
tt-gWMi yearlings, $.25g.90; wethers
$5.2Sff5,S5; ewes, $4.75C.35. '
Sioux City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, la.. Jan. 22. CATTLE
iiccuj. iiiniKci. sieaay; n&
He tyr. $7.1508.65; cow and heifers,
$5.6056 -ttlbutrhers' stock, $.lJrfli7.t0; ca":
ners, $4.aN.75; calves, $7.25i0.00; bulls
stags, etc.. .ci7.00. ' '
uuuH-Hoceipts, 2,000 head; market
steady to weak: heavy. 11.1KM wi-
$8,O7M08 15; light, $7.W8.077i; bulk of
, HiiisEP Ajyu TaAMRB Receipts, 1,800
1, n 1, H , ..l,.l 1VTJlir V. I n I . . flT. A . ww
..v uv. , ..mi n-v iwmw iiiAiivr, icu muttons,
$5.6006.60: wethers. $4.K3.W; ewes, $3.75Jfl
4.85; lambs, $3.6057.60. ' w
St, Louis Live Stock Market,
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 22. CATTLT1 tt.lni.
2,300 head: market steady; native beef
steers, $7.60fi9.25; cows and heifers. $4.2543
8.60; stockers and feeders, $5.0007,60:
southern steers, $5.75(38.10: cows and heif
ers. $4.0056.00; native calves, $6.0oifll.23.
IIOOS Receipts, 12.400 head: market 60
lower; pigs and lights, $6.t4T3.40; mixed
and butchers, $8.86O.60; good heavy, $8.45
mttsrci' aau liAMiis lteceipts, 2,600
head; market steady; lambs, 10c lower;
native muttons, $3.O06.6O; lambs, I7.004P
RAID BLUFFUOURT HOUSE
Sheriff Stopi Gamblers Who Are
Carting Tables Away.
FOR A HOUSE IN SOUTH OMAHA
Sheriff Mnrtaey Diacnrers Klaht
Men Who Were Openly Looting
Pulillo nnlldlntr nt tinmlnpr
A plan to oteat and transport from
Council Bluffs to South Omaha two big
wagonloads of gambling paraphernalia
was frustrated between S and 9 o'clock
Tuesday night by the vigilance ot Sher
iff Llndaey of Pottawattamie county. He
rounded up five men, two driver and
threo others, after they had taken the
stuff from the basement of the county
court house nt Council Bluffs bnd corn
pellod them to return It.
The paraphernalia had been stored In
tho basement ot the county court for so
long a period that It had been forgotten
by nearly everybody except It official
custodians. The stuff wa accumulated
several years ago In the numerous raids
that wero made upon local rambling
Joints when open gambling was put down.
Part of it was accumulated when Sher
Iff Canning was in office, some wa Ctb-
ercd during tho two-term administration
of Sheriff McCoffory, and Sheriff Llnd
aey got a small amount In a rooent raid
upon a poker room at Crescent, la.
No Court order was ever issued for It
destruction and each nheriff tUrntd It
over to his successor. It ha tain In one
ot the big basement room until It ha
become almost concealed by dUst and
cobweb. Much of the furniture and tsr
aphcrnntla Is of tho finest character and
originally cost several thousand dollars.
llenited for Sooth Omrlhn,
When arrangements were completed for
opening a big gambling houso in South
Omaha the fact became known that there
was a huge stock available In tho base
ment ot the Pottawattamlo county court
houto "if it could bo got at."
An elaborate plan wa made to set At
It. and would have succeeded It Sheriff
Llmlsey had not been on hi Job In tha
night time ns well a the day time,
Kxecutlon of tha plan wa undertaken
vhen it wa known Tuesday night that
Jailor Heller had secured permission
from Sheriff Llndsey to go to tin Omaha
theater with Mr. Heller. It Was ex
pected that the .tall would be locked a
usual nnd loft In tho cars ot members
ot the Jailor family nnd Jail employes.
Instead ot that Sheriff Llndsey went
to the Jail to remain on duty until Hel
ler' return about midnight. He was
sitting In the Jail office In hi Ahlrt
aloevea about 8:30 o'clock when a Jail
trusty, at work In the kltchon on tho
opposite side ot the building nnd next to
the court houso, noticed a wagon, stand
ing1 in front ot the wet entrance of
the basement partly scroened by tho
boiler houso. He taw men busily en
gaged in loading the wagon and hi sus
picion were aroused. lib. went into tho
Jail office and notified the sheriff.
Without waiting to don ht- coat Sheriff
Llndsey ran across the lawn and caught
the men Just a they had; finished load
ing the second wagon and were in the
act ot driving away. Tbey tald their
purpose wa to take the ctutt to South
Omaha and offered him $26 to go away
and ay nothing. Instead ho gave them
th option of going to Jell pr carrying
the stuff back Into the basement They
seemed to regard the thins; a a big
Joke and pleaded for permission to carry
It out It took them nearly half an hour
to unload the wagons and place the' stuff
Where they found It
Entrance to the basement ot the build
ing wa obtained througn the main floor.
The custodian of the building, who live
In. the basement, had not finished his
cleaning In the upper rooms and did not
notice the presence ot the trangers. Tho
Jail office 1 more than 100 fcot from the
basement entrance where the men were
working In the deep shadow ot the main
building. The plan were well laid and
would have been executed In about two
minutes after tho dlscovtry by tho
To Turn on Light
in Framing Laws
to Ourb the Trusts
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22,-Pubtlclty of
the tentative drafts ot anti-trust legis
lation measures suggested by the presi
dent In hi message to congress was
determined upon today by tho legUlatlva
committee In the house and aanate. All
bill will be Introduced a toon aa passed
upon by the majority member ot the
committee to be considered as working
bases for full and free discussion In
There will be no attempt to rush un
duly the trust regulation measures, It
wa asserted on all sides, the president
having given assurance that he was In
full accord with the purpose to hold
hearing that all who have Ideas cn the
Important subject in hand might be
Representative Clayton, chairman nt
tha Judiciary committee, announced to
night that such ot the five bill an hva
been tentatively prepared by his sub
committee would be laid before th dem
ocratic member of the Judiciary com
mittee tomorrow and made public aa soon
as possible thereafter, lie thought it
probable that some bf them might be
S(. Joseph Live Htoelt Mnrket.
ST. JOSEPH, Jan. ' 22. CATTLB R
celpts, 1.000 head; market steady; steer,
$5,00iff9.00: cow and heifers, $1.25fl8.60;
calves. $5.0010.50. '
IIOOS Receipts, 12.000 head: market 60
lower; top, $8.45; bulk. $8.0308.80.
BHKKP AND IAMBS-IUcRlnln. tfnrt
head; market dull; lambs, $5,0008.00.
Live Stock In Slaht.
Cattle. Hogs, Sheep.
Sioux City 1.000 2.000 1.8OO
Kansa City 2,000 0,000 10,000
V,I',,, .agO 12.400 2 500
Chicago 8,000 83.000 J8 000
St. Joseph 1,000 12.000 5 000
South Omaha S.4O0 13.000 10,000
Totals.. .............14,700 78,(00 Si'.OOO
London Wool Mnrket.
IlVllflW. Jan 'r.r r n... ,
iiWl ,l,'ctlo' "le today amounted I
v ttwv win
Ground Floor Space
About 1,500 square foot
with Farnam street front
age. New show windows
being installed. Thlg room
has a largo vault. Also
extra entrance from the
The Bee Building Co,,
Room X0S, BM BaUdta.