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THE BEE: OMxVHA, "WEDNESDAY, FKBttUARl' 4, 1014.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
m firi nwpiTATn marirnrt i .nan in mar.
tcr of Wheat Strength.
Kcaturrs at the Trading and Closing
Trior n Hoard of Trndc.
G1IICAOO. Feb 3.DIcovcry that an
UnuMisl movement ot 'Kansas and Ne
braska Wheat to Chicago Had tot In
acted as u wolK.it today on prices here.
The result was that the market dostd
heavy, Hr to HtiSo under lat night.
Other si-eculatlvu articles, too, suffered
a net decline corn tj to ic, oats io to
'.io and provsl.ns 54066 to tJ74ic.
nei" oi ino loaning 01 luntsMcraDie
quantities ot wheat nt Kansas City lor
OMAHA. I'D. 3,. 1914. itlnnit thai rnHlnal ,. Kah iy4A
The northwestern Wheat market led nil ifor some weeks. A the snimnents were
others of the? Vnltcd States In the matter jsald to be at the lull marnct difference,
ot strength. Instead or lower prices, as 'prevailing between the two cu es, the
looked for by the trndo In general, there Ihvldonco seemed plain that both export
nnrt Rarapean Countries llrlngs
tioVrn the Levels of
GsHd. I.a Plata futures, weak; Feb
ruary, IsTTid; March. 4s W.
ClUC.VtiO Olt.VIN AMI PROVISIONS
was art nrt?o.nco of UfiHc. and resting
(spots were around the best levels
reached,. The Chicago professionals were
caught on the short Mac in.n Dig way,
and had It not len that there -wore many
in the trnCe willing to dispose of part of
their holdings In order 16 secU.ro profits,
the advanco would, have, been muc't
greater tJonsldprkbje talk was Indulged
In as to the' country elevator -stocks ot
the three spring wheat states. These sup
plies were said to. have decreased 12,000,000
bushels In January. .nnd they arc now
estimated at lS.lloo.OOO busliels, or only a
little over half the stocks last year at
this time. Duluth was buying wheat at
Minneapolis, and this, too. In a pro
nounced way. which was doubtless a re
flection of sales of th cash article there
on export account. "While the cash trade
at Chicago was quite Small, only 25,000
bushels. It was reported as liberal nt
Minneapolis, with milters absorbing all
the "desirable wheat.
The snarkets ot the old world were
lower on wheat, and this, too. In the
face of bullish conditions there. Liver
pool reported an Improved Inquiry for
Manitoba parcelr. As an offset tq 'the
foregoing bullish advices was a report
from Russia that the crop outlook there
In favorable: that shipments from that
country and the Dnnubo will be liberal,
nid the Buenos Ayres market was re
ported ns weak at the opening.
Corn failed to hold the full advance,
yet It showed gains of WJYtC. Shorts
were the principal buyers and thero was
tu scattered demand from Investors.
Offerings by the country were light and
the weather la unfavorable for shclllns
Oats ruled steady and unchanged with
the cash trade small and sales of only
The larger packers wore on the selling
side of the provision market, and while
their offerings were not heavy, they
were In excess of the buying, Thero Is
sltll a. large open Interest In May ribs
mid lard and the Interest In the July
stuff Is sold to have Increased freely.
Cash wheat was unchanged to Uo
Cash corn was '.io higher to tic lower.
Cash oats were unchanged to He lower.
Clearances: "Wheat, 41,000 bushels; corn
and oats, none.
Liverpool closed with wheat Hd higher
and corn. d lower.
Primary heat receipts were 6o2,000 bu,
and shipments .of 404,000 bu. against re
ceipts of 791,000 bu. and shipments ot
4C2.000 bu. last year .
Primary corn receipts wero 797.000 bu.
nnd shipments of 682.000 bu. against re
ceipts ot 1.435,000 bu. and shipments of
1,076.000 bu. last year.
Primary Jntg receipts wero 605,000 bu
nnrt Bhlomcnts of 731.000 bu. against re
celpU of 614,000 bu. and shipments of
614,00(1. bu. last year.
nnd milling demand southwtt nad
reached an abnormally low levci. Sales
of Increasing amounts of Nebraska wheat
to be put In store at Chicago tended
further to discourage holders qi contracts
here for futuro delivery.
Relief that severe cold would hot ex
tend far Into tho winter crop region was
of 'nn Important secondary Influence that
proved eifcctive hgalnst tno wheat bulls.
The only strength shown wii early Ih
the session and was due to ft slight ad
vance at Liverpool, counterbalanced later
by reports of liberal Russian offers und
an Increase ot tho European visible sup-Ply.
Enlarged offers from lowit nnd Illinois
weakened tho corn market. Resides, thero
were bearish estimated In regard to tho
yield In Argentina, whero tho harvest is
expected to begin not longer than a fort
night off. Oats suffered ft break In con
seciucnce of llauldattnc sales by holders.
who were guided by the action ot otlwr
grain. Many stop loss orders were
brought Into Play.
Heaviness ruled from the outset In tho
provision pit. Hog prices were lower
and the bear side was also favored by
the augmented stocks In warehouses here
and by a big gain shown In the world's
supply of lard.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlclel Open. I High. I Low. Close.) Sat'y.
sSt. 'Louis ....
reported: Wheat No.
lined winter: 1 car. S3V4c. No. 3 hard win
ter: 1 car. 84Vic: 1 car. 83Vic. No. 4 hard
winter: 1 car, 82Wc; 2 cars, S2c. No. 3
mljifcdt 1 car. $3Vici Oats Standard: 1
car; 3Sc. No. 3 white. 2 cars, 37c. No.
4 whlto 2 cars, 36?ic; 4 cars, 38V4c Re
jected: 1 car. 33c. Corn No. 2 white: J
car, 641,4c. No. 3 white: 2 cars, 63c; 4i
- cars, szmc: l car. noor. etc. no. z yeiiow
!) curs, 61 Uc Not 3 yellow: 2 cars, 60c;
2 cars; B3Hc; 10 fcars. D8c; 10 coral WVic;
IV .cars, 8c;. 4 cars, 57c No. 4 yellows
Ti'"car,- 57Ho;' 3 carr. B7c; l car, itcj
cars, 56c; 3 cars, 55c. No. 3 mixed,
cars; BSC: 37 cars. 57Hc: 8 cars. -SIUc;
i-ars. Ha; 4 cars, 664c. No. 4 mixed, 3 cars,
tiTcr 2 cars, wc; l car, WW, i car, uw,
l car. wc.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard,
kSo',4c; no. 3 hard, szvstw. no. naro
79fiS2Mc: No. 3 EDrlng. MM,4JSo: No. t
Mprlfig. 22ftS3c; No. 2 durum, 82Q63c; No. 3
durum, 81f82p. Corn: No. 2 white, 64
CiVic; No. 3 white. 6163c; No. 4 white, 63
fiooc; No. 2 yellow, 6ie6iuc; no. s yeiiow,
inhinms; no. 4 yeiiow, nuoi)c; o. s,
9i60c: 'No. 3. MV4fi68c: No. 4. 65067c,
Oatsf No. 2 white. 3Stf?38c: standard.
3So: No. 3 white, 37c; No. 4 white, 36tt9
36Uci Barley: Malting, 6873o; No. 1 feed,
. Wuioc. ftye: No. 2, 6768c; no. s, wiavc
Iilrerpoot Grain Slnrkct.
LlVlSItPOOL, Feb. 3. WHEAT-Spot.
firm: No. 2 led western winter, 7s 6d;
No. 1 Monltoba, 7a 2d; No. 2, 7slHd; No.
1 !, 7s YA. Futures, steady: March, 7s2Hd;
May, 7S U4d; July, 7s 2d.
CORN Spot, steady; American mixed,
93Vi 93H 921 9214 93
88Tt 8SH S3H 83H 8SH
t6i G CO',1 C6H
65H 63H 6 C3 65Vi
39 39TI S9V4 S9U J4
39i 39 39 S9i
1 43 1 B2tt 21 43 21 47U 21 60
11 CO 11 02H 10 974 It 00 11 03
11 im U 17H 11 15 11 17W 11 20
11 43 11 50 IH.". 1147',4H62H
11 (2" 11 65 11 60 11 62H 11 67K
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Killing Cattle Slow to Ten
Lower Than Monday,
HOGS RECEIVE ANOTHER BLOW
Girti nnd Yrnrllnii" About 8tenrtr
hut Lnmhs Very Sloir nnd Around
Klftrcn Cents Lower Than
SOUTH OMAHA. b. 3. 114.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep,
Official Monday 3,66 ,1M 7.42J
Kntiniate Tuesday 3.700
Two days this week. 7.3M
Samo days last week,. 11.573
Ratnc days 2 wks ago.. 12.232
aame davs 3 wks ngo..ll,7W
Same days 4 yth ago. .11,752
Same days Inst year.. 9.763
The followlnc tablo show
2 feeders.. 7RS
1 cow 9W
1 cow.. . W
1 heifer.... D
SO feeders.. ?
4 cows ..
1 row ....
IOOP Supplies were liberal. J00 oars,
or about 14.0O) head lieing rrmriei in.
Kor Iho two days the receipts total 20.IS2,
a shortage tf almost 6,000 brail as com
pared with h wifk sro. and just a trifle
smaller than fur tho eorrvspondlng days
of last year.
The market opened out much the same
aa on Mondiy, nothing mwh beiifg done
for over nn hour. Packers finally stnrtwl
out about 9-90. their first bids being
quoted 4a anywhere from 10c to ns much
as 15c lower. Salesmen were slow tn out
loos? at this decline, und the trade was
tenscoucntly vfry draggy from tho out
set. One of the packers had orders for
light hogs this morning, and as the feel
ing had been o dull on tho underweight
kinds hn hnd llttlo trouble in lilting them
at prices that looked to be nt tho most
not over a dime lower, and In some cases. S.000 head
not that bad U'd on butlhrrs nnd heav- ' ! M): Texas steers. M"0ff$.(0.
les failed to show any material Improve-1 steers, X40lSf. stockers and
good, J7.0O7 1; lambs, mils
venr incs. liffin. is.mni.w ynnriinsfi,
heay, f.23CsO; wethers, Kd to choice.
i.km(.5U; wetners. rair io goou. ,w
5.50; owes, good to clitrtce, M-IMMir
wes. fair to mmil. II. Mfr4.lt
2U Nobraskn feeder lambs
lti eornfed cwe
181 rernfeil ewes
MS eornfed owee
217 Colorado ewes .,
10S Colormln owes
813 Idaho In nibs
ST eornfed owes
W corn foil
1"1 culls .
of cattle, hogs and sheep at in South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date as compared with last year:
1914. 1911 Inc. Deo.
Cattlo 90,261 S9.190 1,071
Hogs 274,593 296,233 21,642
Sheep 241.752 216,197 26,555
The following table shows the range ot
l)rlces for hogs at tho South Omaha live
stock market for tho last few days, with
Date. 1914. imU.im3.U911.IWU.UW9.llWS.
8 fl'.il 7 271
mtc.vmi i.i vt: stock mahkkt
Cnttle WcnU Units Sternly to 1'lf
leen Cents Uecllne.
CHICAGO. Keb. 3.-CAlTLK-llecelits.
mnrHct, weak; beeves.
steers I.V7M!S.rt): rews and heifers. ll.oOff
SOD; Valves, M,09fll.Jt.
H1IKK1 AN1.1 I.AMIIH-Ilecplpts. 1.000
bend; market steady; iHinbs. 10c (owe;
muttons, A.1tV); lninl. T.0i.U7 0.
Oils Jinil ltoli.
NI8W YORK. P"eb. 1-rOTTllN 8KUI)
Oll-Knsy; prime smnmer yellow, Vl.Oni
l.lli March, V 18; May, IT.SLvJuly, I7.M.
TTRPHNTINK-Qulct, machine bar
SAVANNAH. Un.. Keb. l-TURPHN-TINM
Firm, 4Slte; sales, IS barrels: re
ceipts, 220 barrels; shipments, 181 barrvfa;
stocks. 28,018 barret.
ROSIN-Plrm: sales. 1019 barrels; re
ceipts, 2.91S barrls: shipifients. 1.928 bar
rels: stocks. KTltUI Ounln: A. II C 1). K.
M.iM(ft); K. $4.00. O, 84.ftHM.OlH; H. .11 0)
!.; 1, $4.15; K. 84.40; M, 85.20; N, 6.2,i,
i W O, $6.20; V W. K.
rnred MOO.OtO eacli, India taking the
London Stock MurUrl.
l)S'lON. Feb. 1 Amorldnn scrurltlM
oiHined lower today. loiter light sup
port rallied the market and ntnoon prlcei
ranged from unchanged to half aoov
Kvnrinrnleil Applcn nnd llried Fruits
NHW YORK. Feb. S.-ICVAPORATEP
DRIKD FRIUT-Prunes. irregular; Ore
gons. RHCMlc. apricots, steady; peaches,
(inlet . raisins, dull.
ment as tho mornl'ig advanced, and when j fft.4Qtl8.00: ejnwa nnd helferx.
these grades nnaliy stalled to move the; calves. JTlOjno.is
prices were quoted as all of a dime lower, i HOOs Receipts, sn.000 bend; n
and In many cases as much as lMUSc steady, at I5r decline; hulk ot salei
lower. Movement continued very draggy ms. 45: I'ght. ts.uos.40, mixed. 8S.u
Heavy. JS.161JS.4J; rouh, J,s.l5tfTS;
11 the morning, and at a late hour In
tho forenoon a good share of tho offer
ings were still In first hands.
Hulk of the snles landed nt 88.C0IfS.25,
with several loads ns high ns 88.30. top
for the day. Ono lond of hogs of very
good ttunllty sold late us high ac 8S.3.V
6 04 7 V8 8 44 6 K
6 Wl 7 84l 8 Ml 8 CW1
I B 95J 7 Ol 8 31 B 031 4 V,
7 67f 8 E2 5 971 4 23
' ill 1 891 I 3 231 v vi 4 11 1
Ml 1 23 (U 7 53 6 00 4 06
M 7 23 6 94 7 00 8 20 4 15
1 7 SO 7 R5 7 60 8 06 6 06 4 21
I 7 Z5I 5 fill 7 43
I 7 321
8 021 5 921 4 27
7 481 8 03 E 91 4 29
3.1 8 07UI 7 221 5 931 I 8 Oil 6 9SI 4 00
TO. I B IVt 7 8S I H 03 7 61 U 11 4 13
21 14 1
0 C 22 4 1
S 6 03)
221 6 021 7 471 8 12
7 29 1 5 90 7 26 8 30
1 6 061 7 26 18 3S'
7 30 6 06 7 3S 8 30 6 1 4 16
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
red, 95iS96'.4c: No. 3 red, 9304Uc; No.
hard, iuhmwc: io. .i nara, viiR'nc;
No. 3 northern. 9OQ90Hc: No. 2 aprlnc.
89?I90Ho; No. 3 spring, S8H89Hc.
corn: No. 3, &9sM6ic: imo. 3 wnue, wip
65Hc; No. 3 yellow, 00?C3H!. Oats; No.
white, sautiTOc; sianaara, wuc. iiye:
No. 2, nominal; No. 3, 68860c. uarley,
60fl:76c. Timothy. 83.75R5.25. Clover, $11.70
.3. . T, I . . m etn T a IIA-A Till.-
I'Ufm uitiu. fiv.iv. aviuo.
CI1EELSE Stead v: daisies. IT'ilTISc:
twins, 17WQ17Hc; Amerlcaes, 17K01SC; long
potatoes Ktcady: receipts. n 'cars;
Michigan. Minnesota and Wisconsin, red,
636M8:: Michigan, Minnesota and Wiscon
sin, white, csurroc.
BUTTBR-Steady; creameries, 225TZ6c.
EOQS Lower; receipts, 8,126 cases;, at
mark, 'cases Included, 2426c; ordinary
firsts. 25c: firsts, 26Uc
POULTRY Alive, higher.; springs, J5',ic;
fowls, 15c; turkeys, lCc.
Receipts and disposition of live stock nt
tho Union Stock yards, South Omaha,
Neb., for twenty-tout hours ending at 3
C. M. & St, P. Ry. 4
Wnbash It R,... 2
Mo. Pac. Ry 2
Union Paclflo 47
C. & N. V oast.. 13
C. & N. W.. west.. 27
C, St. P., M. & O.. 13
C. B. & Q.. east... r.
C, II, & Q.i west.. 28
C, It. I. & P., cast.. 6
C R. 1. : P., west. 3
Illinois Central U
Chi. Great Western ..
Total receipts ..161
9 .. ..
54 7 . ..
16. .. 1
193 s" 1
NEW YORK UBriHRAL MARKET
REAL estate for rent
farm und Ilanoh Lands,
FARM B"OR RENT 160 acres lavol land,
well Improved, good rich soli. Inqulro
Robert Mlnter, Council Bluffs. la.. R. F.
D. No. L Phone L-2330.
"UEAIi ESTATE LOANS
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. V.
- Wead. Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
CITY LOANS. Bemla-Carlberg Co
8ic-8ig Hrandeis Tneater tsuuoing.
WANTEJD City loans. Peters Trust Co.
i A T?WTT DRnU Loans. J6(w and up,
CITY property. Large loans a specialty,
W. 11. Thomas. 228 state Bank Bldg.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stuil Bros.
Quotation of too Day un
NEW YORK. Fob. 3.-FLOUR Quiet
spring patents, $4 404.60; winter straights,
$4.l&4.2i; winter patents, .iiKtfttw
spring clears. J4.OOfi-4.20: extra No. :
winter, $3.653.75; extra No. 2 winter.
$3.35(3.60; Kansas straights, $4.0644. 13.
WHEAT Snot, easy: No. 2 hard win
ter. 98Hc c. I. f. to arrive; No. 2 red, 81.00H
Ttomlnnl, 'elevator, domestic; No. 1 north
ern Duluth, $1.02H. t- o. b afloat; No. 1
northern" Manitoba. $1.0H4. f. o. b.. afloat;
Futures, steady; closing Uftc net lower;
Muv. U0T;c: July. 96Hc.
HOPS Steady; state common to choice,
1313. WmtlC: 1D12, ZZVZ4C.
HIDES Steady; .Bogota, Sin JJ32Ci Cen
tral America. 31Hc
PETROLEUM Steady; refined New
York bulk, $5.23; barrels, $8.76; cases,
WOOL Steady; domestic fleece, XX
CORN Spot, easy; new No. 3 yellow,
70Ho c. 1. f. to arrive.
OATrs Spot barely steady; standard
white," 44H45c, elevator; No. 3, 4441Hc;
fancy clipped, 4547c,
HAY Quiet; standard. 97UB$1.00: No. 1,
$1.02HOl-06i No. 2. 9005c; No. 3. 8WgS5c. -
LEATHEii trirm; nemiocit iirsis, sue;
PROVISIONS poric, oaroiy siesay;
mess, $;3.&oir.'4.w: lamuy.
short clear, $20.60322.00, Beef, quiet; mess,
$18.00318.60, family, $19.00020.00. Cut
meats, firm; pickled bellies, ( 10 to 14
pounds. $12.2513.60; pickled hams, $11.00.
Lard, easy; middle west, $10.70310.80;. ro
tlncd. easy; continent. $1L40; South Amer
ica, siz.is: compound, nareiy steaay, vi-ii'i
TALIOW auiet: city, 6?c; special,
74c: country 6R6ic.
DUTT13K Birrn: receipts, io.uu xuos;
creamery extras, 27?r27Hc; firsts. 25H'32Ho
held extras, ssjmphc; firsts, zwavtc; pro
cess extras, sstpiic; lactory, current mauo,
CHEESE Firm; receipts, ,600 luxes;
state, wlole milk, held specials, IS 1814c ;
average fancy, KlstflTOc; fresh specials,
eggs weak: receiDts. ii.&oo cases:
fresh gathered extras, 833lc; extra firsts.
3132c; refrigerator firsts. 291?30c; hen-
nerv whites, .THf40c.
poultry Dressed. steady: rresn
killed western chickens, 15024c; fowls, 15tf
18c; turkeys, 12025c.
Morris & Co....,
Swift & Co
Armour & Co
Schwartz & Co
J. W. Murphy
Morrell , ,
J. C. Carey
8. O. P. Co....
W. D. Vansant Co
Benton, Vnnsuiil c
Hill & Son
F. B. Lewis
Huston & Co
J. B. Root & Co...
J. H. Bulla 45
U V, uusz 1
McCrcary & Kellogg.,.
Wcrthelmer & Dogen..
H. P.. Hamilton
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co...
Dennlson & Francis:..,.. 1
Baker, Jone & Smith.. 43
Iowa Cattle Co 15
Other buyers 415
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8IIUKP AND LAMBS-Rccelpts. 12.0W
hend; market steady to 15c lower; native,
$4.70ti6.9i; western. $4.S0ttfi.): yearling.
$3.7CT67r.; lambs, native, $6.s.OT.7o; west
SHEh.1' Tho market was Just about
as slow as it was yestcruay. wun ino
packers bidding lower on lambs right
from tho outset, uuyers wore ucansn
on lambs In spite of the fact that re
celpts wero again light, there being only
some 8,000 head ot sheep nnd lambs to
portel In as compared ivlth 17,102 head .1
week ago ami iv.xxv a yoar ago. inoro
were no strictly good offerings of either
sheep or lambs available, so tho packers
tooK sucn lanios as wero ncro on a
basis generally 15c lower than Monday
and' raid steady prices for owes nnd
yearlings. It was late In tho forenoon
beforo a trading basis was reached, con
sequently tho movement on tho wnoio
was slow and even draggy at times, with
a late clearance.
The early trade In lambs was uono
mainly around $7.O0$J7.23. and ewes sold
principally nt a range 01 it.i-nro.iu. a
straight cut of tho lambs that brought
$7.26 today sold at $7.40 yesterday. Somo
or tno eamo yeariings wnicn movca hi
$6.25 this morning sold nt the sumo prlco
thn rtnv berore.
Adding today's light receipts to those
of yesterday makes n very light supply
thus far for tno week, tno two unys
sunnlv amounting to only 14.900 head
against 31.700 for tho samo two days lust
week. Z4,6!i two wccks ago ana ju.ioo a
Quotation on sheen and lambs: 1, anion
good to nholco, $7.2JQ7.55; lambs, fair to
Sotilx City Live Stock Market.
PlOt'X CITY, la., Feb. 3. CATTLE
Receipts, 2.269 htuid; market stendyi na
tive steers. $7.1008.00; butchers, r.MU7.00;
cowk and heifers. $3.JMil.30! ennners, 43.75
tl6.W; stockers nnd feeders, $19117.60:
calves. $7 gi.M; bulls, stags, etc , J5 WW
HOGS Receipts, 2,91 head; market. 64T
UK? higher; heavy, $S.iS.35; mixed. $$.15JP
d v:. lini... te t&mQ l ft . .i.tb ,r nl.a t 111
' SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 549
hend: market steady; fed muttons, $5 5007
6.60; wethers. I5.O0H8.75; ewes, $4.03J0.15;
lambs, $6 .001(6.00,
Knnsns City Live Htnck Mnrket.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. 3.-CATTLK Re
celpts, 10.000 head: mnrket steady to 15o
lowor: Blockers and feeders, strong;
prime fed steers, $8.4009.01); dressed beef
steers. $7.25tr7 75; tows, $4.234J7.; heifers.
$6.75fi9.00; stockers nnd feeders. IG.SW
S.25; bulls, $5.507.t0; calves. $.60U10.M.
SHEEP AND LAMUS-Rocolpls, 6.600
hend; market steady to 10c lower; hi 111 lis,
$7.10177.6t; yearlings. $I.0W173; wethers,
$3.25(136.75; owes, $4,765I6V40.
Live .Stock In Slutit.
Receipts of live stock nt the six prin
cipal markets: ...
Cuttle. Hosa. SheeP.
South Omaha 3,7iV 14.0O) S.(v)
St. Joseph 2,100 9.300 1.600
St. Louis 3,800 16.3) 1.900
Kansas Clt.v :...in.0M 14.000 6.600
Sioux City i. 2.369 2.9S1 549
Chicago 3,000 , 30.0:0 12.000
NEW YORK, Feb. 3.-METAI.S-Lcnd.
steady. $4.1t4.15; iondon. 20 2s wl
Spelter, quiet; $5.nsfa.4lf; London, t:21 7
(VI. Copper, firm; standard; spot to
April offered at $11.75; electrolytic, $14.SI'i
fi 15.00; lake, $15.00, nominal; castings.
$14.f2ini4.75; London, quiet: spot. 64 7s
Cd; futures, 66 lis fid. Tin. quiet; spot
. A HM.1. t IA K.MA . .. II 9t.m.iM 1
40.62H: May, $4t.C2Htt40.S7H; London, firm;
spot. 184 6s; futures. 185 12s 6d. Anti
mony, dull 1 Cookson's. $7.26. Iron, stenriv:
unchanged; I.0111I011, Cleveland warrants, 1
ST. LOUIS. Feb. 3. MHTAI.S Lend,
higher; $4.07H(Jl lO. Spelter, stronger: $5.20
Dmnlia liny StnrUet.
OMAIIA, Fob. 2,-PRAIRtK HAY No.
1 to choice upland, t3.tAIJ10.00 No. 2,
$8 SoflO.M; No. 3, J7.CHVIiS.60; No. t to
choice midland, $9.004)9. to, No, 2, fS.OOU
9.00! No. 3. $?,00flS.(W; No. I to cholcq
lowland, $7.O0S.OO; No. 2. J6.O3U7.00; No.
STRAW Choleo oat nnd rye,
u.w; cnoico wncai, n.wub.w.
ALFALFA Choice pca-groen
$13.000718.60; No, I. tll.0CMil3.0Q;
W.wuii.w; jso. 3, 7.owff.w.
NEW YORK, Feb. 3,-COTTON-Fn.
tures closed steady; March, 12.27c; May,
12.05c; July, lt.OSc; August, 11.7S6; Octo
ber, 11.45c. Stmt quiet; middling. 12.75c;
LIVERPOOL Feb. S.-COTTON-Spot,
good business done; prices easier; mid
dling fnlr, 7.7ld; good middling, 7.J7d!
middling, 7.07 il; low middling, 6.81U; good
ordinary, 6.03d; ordinary, 6,69d. Sale
COTTON-CIosed net 3c higher on Feb
ruary, but Sc to Pc lower.
llontmi Si onk Mnrket.
BOSTON, Feb. S.-CIorlng quotations
AUrtUM , 5iiNWt
Caustic Balsam I
1 mmtr 1
Has Inllalors Bit Ho Competitors.
A Bate, Speedy ood FosiUro Curo tos
Octb, SsUr.t Swetsj 0ptn4 Xmkv
Btrilna Tendont, Toanior, Wis)
TaSi, scd all Untsits from Bpttln,
HlBteon ant ethtr tony tumr.
Chtnt all tUa iUmsjos ar YsrultM.
TLraib, ElpMhetln. Rctbstm all
Soachis from llont: or Ctttl.
At a' Hnmiji Ktmetly for RhtotaiUwi,
Brrtlni, SoreZhrsat, ltliinTfiiWi
Y.irirr bottla ct Cioitla Silun sold If
Wrr ntft.1 to ci'
txr botllt. Hold br CrunHW, or tent hy v
rrott, curra tlu, wan full directlono. for
o. tvrrad for doocrlsur tlroaur.
toitlnionUls, tc. Addnus
Ih Liwrenee-U'Illlims Co., dunlins', 0,
..24,959 . S6.5SI 30.400
St. .Insejih Live Slock Mnrket.
' BT. JOSEPH. Feb. 3. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 2.1U0 bend; mnrket slow; steers,
$7,001(9.00; cows and hclfcrs. $l,00lt8.00;
HOUS Receipts, 9,200 head1, market,
steady to 25c lower; top, $8.40; bulk of
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Rccelpts, 1.500
bond; market steady; lambs, $9.6007.60.
St, Louts Stnclc Market.
ST. LOt'lS. Fob. 3CATTLE-Rccelpts.
3.800 head; market, lCc lower; beef steers,
$7.0yi.2S, cows nnd belters. $4.IRB8.60;
stockers nnd feeders, $5.0007.60; southern
Amu, Coprer ...
A. I. L.'A 8.M.,
Arlton Com. ...
Oil. A Arltotii.,,
Cnl. . HecU.,,,
Copprr Itsnso c.
Kott nutto C. M
(Iranhy Con. .......
orotno Csninra ...
i;io itonio coppor,
Kerr lAk ..........
I Hollo Copper...
- ivevoao Con,
Jo Norm Hullo
.. OHMnrtli lko .
".!! Old Dominion
J guporlor- a n. ,M
40 4 V. B. K. n.
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IJt'UI, Copper Co
ft II... 42U
Price of Oold Ailvnnehiir.
LONDON, Feb. 3. A stronir continental
demand uppeated for tho $5,600,000 South
African gold ottered In the opon market
today and tho prlco was advanced 4d to
77a 9Wd per ounce. France. Germany nnd
Russia, bidding against each other, su-
It I chosnor and bolter tn nmnl iStm mad
conUgkma dlttsio by putting In tho drinking
water two or three times a week
. . . fills or PoWder
bestremedyforoolds, esurrh, dlphtherli,t,
Ai5,pl-no SJbstltuleiS Insist on JTstU.
PrjSitS. Poaltry Realatr
Is thsbsit eondltlonor. Guarsnteed to Vo
rourblrdo buty shelling out eggs, and paving
pronto. We. guarantes you satltfsetlon or
monsy hack. 26c. pkg, to S3 lb, poll at 82.80.
B61 Qt lYattt 10 taja JultriUook.
7:i2, C. CUrlslonson.
MONEY on hand at lowest rates for
loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha city
property tn any amounts.
H. W. BINDER.
City National Bank Bide.
HARRISON & MORTON. 816 Om. Nau
VANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam 8mlth U Co., 1320 Farnam St.
FARdt and city loans made promptly.
IVm. McCormlck. 1201 Farnam. Red 20o5.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas 2715.
loans, I, CH. 6
CITY and farm loans. I. 6U. 6. J.
Dumont , Co., 1C03 Farnam, Omaha.
FQtt SAMS 6n EXCIIANQB R. E.
f WILL trade good roadster for small
mortgage or residence and put In somo
cash. Address Q 40a. care Boo.
i buy. sell or exchange land far you,
M. M. KLINE. Omaha, Neb.
2818 California St.
GOVERNMENT approved Investment
securities or land for auto, other prop
erty' or land. Doug. 7012.
WANTKP TO KENT.
' WANTED to rent. Three or four nicely
furnished rooms, complete for house
keeping; must not necessarily be In prl
vat family, but would Prefer them so
Must ba modern, clean, comfortable and
well heated. State phon number, address
and amount ot rental in answering. Aa
dress J -2 63. care Bee.
WANTED TO MUV.
WANTED to buy young Jersey heifer.
Webster uw. Jonn urant regg.
tlVE BTOfJK MAIUCET OV WEST
Ship llvs stock to South Omaha. Savs
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful attcn
Llrw Stock Cuiumtoolon MercaantB.
MABTTN BROS. & CO- Exchange Bldg.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
JNO Notice is hereby given that tha rg
ular annual meeting ot the stockholders
Of the houtn Platte Land company will
be held at the office of said company at
Lincoln, neu., ac it o ciock a. m. on tne
4th day ot March, A. u 1914.
C. H. MORRILL, President
A. B. MINOR. Secretary.
Lincoln, Neb., February 2. 1914. Feb, 2. SOt
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. 3. WHEAT
Cash: No. 2 hard) 84HO0',-4c; No. 2 rod,
corn wo. z mixed, kmc: no. z. 62c:
No. 2 white. Sc; No. 3, C7c.
Closing prices of futures:
AVIIEAT May. S6H66c: Julv. S2J
CORN May, 67Wc; July, 66?i36CT4c.
OATS No. 2 white. 39c: No. 2 mixed.
BUTTER Creamery. 28c: firsts. ?7o:
seconds, 25c; packing, 17c,
IXSOH-Flrats. 25ic; seconds, 20c.
POULTRY Hens nnd springs, 13c.
Minneapolis Grain Mnrket.
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 8. WHEAT No,
hard. 9lHc; No. 1 northern. SSU90Uc:
No. 2 northern, 8538Sc; No. 3, 83SUc;
Mav, 89c: July. OOHc.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 67ftu7,.tc.
OATS No. ff white, S5ii836c.
CATTLE Receinta of cattlo this morn
ing numbered only 3.700 head, being iho
smallest ot any Tuesday slnco the holi
day week in December. For the two days
this week tho receipts foot up 7,366 head,
being tho smallest of nny similar period
for a good many weeks back, and smaller
than for the corresponding days a year
ago by 2,400 head.
In splto ot the light receipts, advices
from other selling points and conditions
generally were such that tho mnrket on
beet steers' was extremely Blow nnd dull,
with prices weak: to 10c lower than yes
terday. Tho market was a drag from
start to finish, there being an entire ab
sence of tne life and snap so necessary
to tho making of a good market.
Cows and' heifers were In about the
samo condition as beef steers. Paokers'
requirements did not appear to be suf
ficiently urgent to force them Into active
buying, and in consequence tho market
was steady to 10c lower for tho lack ot
good buying support.
Stockers and feeders, while not so
wildly active as yesterday, wero In good
demand at about steady prices, and pretty
mucn ever mine aiong mat line chanced
hands in good season. Toward the r.lnss
tfnc cattlo marxet improved somewhat,
the later sales being largely at steady
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beef steers. $8.25.75; fair to good beef
steers, ji.wca.io; common to lair beef
steers. JtJ.73ft7.S0: good to choice corn-fed
neuers. ta.iiai. id; gooa to cnoico cows,
$6.5037.60; fair to good grades. $5.40ff6.60:
common to fair grades, $4.0093.40: good
to choice Blockers and feeders, $7.608.00:
fair to good stockers and feeders, $7,251'
Y.ou; common 10 lair niocitcrs anil teen
ers, JG.7507.25: stock cows and heifers,
J5.60tlC.7E: stock calves, JC.503S.25: veal
calves, $8.00$10.25: bulls, stags, etc., $5.60
,. . ntu . bu iniq
6TEEPS AND HEIFERS.
...Ill 7 11 3 lit
. 410 7 IS 10 m
.tl 7 tl 10 $41
... 771 7 40
St, Loots General Market.
ST. LOUIS, Feb. J.-WHEAT-N0. 2 red.
83(1 96c; No. 3 hard, S&WiWc; May, 92!,c;
coim no. z, oaafw: jxo. . wnue. wc:
May. 8tic: July. 66Uc
oats wo. z, tonjiic; no. s wnite, 41c;
May. 40c: July, 39Hc.
NEW TORK. Feb. 2.-A bearish view of
the visible supply statement and contin
ued largo primary receipts seemed respon
sible for a snarp nreuk in today s couee
market. Early cables from Europe made
a steady showing. Tho market hers
opened steady, unchanged to 6c lower;
prices soon weaaenea, wun tne cios
steady at a net loss of 9319c. Sales, 25,00)
bags:. February. S.GSc; March, 9.14c: May.
9.85e; July, 9.66c: September, 9.69c; October,
9.75c; December, d.ksc spot, easy; Rio
No. 7, PHc; Santos No. 4. 12c. Mfd, dull;
Cordova, ljqneo, nominal.
Dry Gonila Market.
NEW YORK, Feb. 3. c-Jtton goods mar
kets were quiet today, with easier Prices
on cray cloths for converting. Moderate
sales of standard drills have been made
for Indiana shipment. Yarns were firm
Men's wear was In steady demand for fall
at the low price ranges current. Retail
era are buying silks freely
.... 7W .4 00
COWS AND HEIFERS.
.. 104 ( St 90 lit
.. 174 I IS
...111s 7 7
I 41 t,
I 40 I.,
1 in 3,,
1 so 1.,.
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6 10 t...
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8 13 1...
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640 7 tl
111 ; it
71 7 so
8 141 t SO
1... ItO Tl
t 119 I Tt
t ISO I TS
1 110 I 71
t its 10 00
1 140 10 00
1 110 IS 00
SO Ill 7 SO
T Ill 7 43
It ... 777 7 to
4 . . . I0S 7 10
S 7M 7 :i
BOl THKiiriu 1 iiNrrinarjr.
. Pr No. Av
C3 feeders 1 6 0) 10 feeders . 453 4 00
j4$"B joaar .bBf mW W mT W
,A manufactured car with a full 3qmpinent of adjustable TunktHrtxoStf;'
btsarin&a with left-hand steer and ctaater ctxitroL
Its bizo is right, its passenger capadtjris right, its powtjrik right, its-whee
base is right, its price isa-ight.
The net result of experience gained in building more train 100,000 "Fours'
It is useless to look farther for a "Four'' that can giye you better value
FOUR Tocrint Ci
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