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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1014.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Weakness of Corn Pulls Wheat
FIELDS ARE IN GOOD SHAPE
Snowfall TlironRlinut the Grain nlt
Give (irorrinK Crop Protec
tion from the Cold
OMAHA, Feb. 10. 1914.
The wheat market displayed some
strength on buying by tho Armour Grain
company antl others during yesterday
moraine, but the offerings wcro nt all
times liberal, and when corn turned wak
and declined It putted tho wheat market
down with it. Tho purchases of tho
Armour people of possibly 500,000 bushels
or more was against tho loss of wheat by
flro in tho Minnesota annex elevator on
Saturday night. There was enough wheat
arid, corn on salo during hard a pot a of
tho morning to' show that those markets
wcro top heavy at that time, and when
allies declined tho selling continued, as
holders or those who wcro putting out
short lines or hedges, gnvo the matter
of price little attention.
Mr. Glessncr, who lias returned from a
trip throughout tho southwest and who
gnvo tho Kansas considerable nttentlon,
said yesterday that fields are well cov
ered wltli enow und best authorities say
that the promise this year Is for an in
crease of 60 per cent over last year; that
tho plant passed through a series of
high winds before tho snow fell and that
It is so well rooted that the wind failed
to affect it.
Ciish wheat wis llnchnnccd.
There wero losses' Ih corn of ViU'ic,
which was anything but a surprtso to tho
nifn Who tnakn Hint market Vieadaliarters.
as tho weather is cold and favorable for
handling, and the movement Is likely to
increase. Thero -was a considerable in
crease in tho offerings from the country
yesterday. Cash corn waa uncnangea io
This weakness' in corn overbalanced all
elso In the oats market. The latter was
ftrtii early on buying In of hedges that
wera.out against oats that wero burned
in. the Minnesota cle'ator. Cash oats
wore lo loweri
hnr ft onlw Influenced tho other
grains-, -but It was a wakening factor in
ihp provision market as well. There
Vaa llttnrcash trado 111 meals ana iaru
ntui ih Idchor hoc market was given
but Utile attention. Part of offerings
in lard camo feom larger holders and
puckers. The day's business was miscel
laneous in cnaracicr.
Clearances wcro 1,000 ljushela of corn,
TS.000 bushels of suts and wheat and
flour equal to 878,000 bUHhels.
Liverpool closed Hd lower on wheat
and unchanged on corn.
Primary wheat receipts were 680.000
bushels and shipments were 354,000 bush
els, against receipts last yenr of 748,000
bushels and shipments of 471.000 bushels.
Primary corn receipts wore 1,128,000
bushels and shipments wcro 609,000 bush
els, against receipts last year of 1,810.
000 bushels and shipments of 685,000
Primary oats receipts wcro 660,000
bushel and Shipments wcro 673,000 bush
els, against receipts last year of 632,00)
bushels and shipments of 885.000 bushels.
Minneapolis at " ... ...
Omaha II m ie
Kansas City....... $5 IBS 18
at. IAiuis 43 75 4J
Thcso sales were reported: Wheat
J.O. ! hard winter: 1 car. 84Vc No. S
mm winter: i cars. sic. ISO. 3 mixed:
1 Car. S4c: 1 ear. KSUe. riifi..:i.n4.r,i
2 cars. 3Sc No. 3 white; 3 cars, 37Wc: 1
car, 37c. No. 4 white: 1 car, S7Je; 4 cars,
3tc; 1 car, J6Hc Corn-No. S white:
1 cari. wc! 4 Cttrs- He No. 3 white: 1
car, 62c; 1 car, 61-ftc; 4 cars, 61Hc; 6 cars,
nwo; 1 car, 61c. No. 4, whlto: 3 cars,
roc; 2 cars, 69Vie. No. 2 yellow: 6 cars,
61c; 1 car. fajic. No. 3 yellow: S cars,
60c; 1 car. S9cj 2 cars. 69'ip; 7 cars. 69c;
2 cars. 5Mc; 1 cor, 6RVic No. 4 yellow:
i oat-; i car, biw, i car, 67Hc: 1
car. 6ic. No. 5 mitni! a ro nv, m
?.in,xc,: 1 car hear white, 61c; 4 cars!
694c; 3 cars. 69Uc; 1 car, 5S,c; 6 cars.
2jiv. o tars, Kc io. 4 mixed: 3 cars,
C74cj 3 cars, 67o. No grade: 1 car, 66c.
umaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
hard, 84fffffic; No. 3 hard, S3ST85C! No. 4
hard. 79VjQS3c; No. 3 spring, 83ttelc; No.
1 ejjniiK, ksumc; iso. z uurum, (B4JS3Vic;
No. .1 durum, 8181ic, Corn: No. 2 white,
63ST64o: No. 3 while. MHfta Vn 4 -n-UMn
CCWOOc: No. 2 yellow, 59Vj61o; No. 8 yol-
iu, oa'awc; mo. yeiiow, tbwawo; no. i,
69H00ci No. 3, 5SS69c: No. 4. KWHG7Ue:
no gmde, 56c. Outs: No. 2 white, SSHIP
aiunaara, asc; pto. a wnue, sjufujuej
No. 4 white, 3G4Q36ic. Barley: Malting,
61(72c; No. 1 feed, fOtfflOc. Itye. No. 2,
67868c! No, 3, 66Q67C.
CHICAGO CHAin AND ritOVISIONS
PAIl.lt .t RANCH LANDS FOlt SAI.13
GOOD farms for sale on I. C. It. It.,
3S miles north Memphis, Tcnn; best lo
cation for diversified farming in south.
"Wrlto for list. J. It. Hall & Son, Coving
Heft dairy and general crop statu In
the union. Settlers wanted. Lands tot
sale at low prices, oh easy terms. Auk
for booklet, 34 on Wisconsin Central Laud
Grant, State acres wanted. Wnw utiout
our grazing lands If Interested In fruit
lands ask for booklet on apple ornhurdi
in Wisconsin. Address Land Lieut., buj
Lino Ky., Minneapolis, Minn.
OFFICIAL publications concerning soil,
.climate and crops of Wisconsin mailed
tree to- those' addressing VlhCuhsIH
Hoard or immigration, Cabttui leUi, Muai
son; Wis. -
LAND.' " LAND,
Fifteen thousand acres of very fertile
land can be bought .In tiacts of not
iriolo than 320 acres for J1.25 per acre.
Can bo mado worth $100 an aero in tun
years' time. For full particulars send
money order for dollar and half to B. W.
COleman, district judge, Ely, Nev.
HEAL JiBTATE LOANS
1100 to $10,000 mado promptly, r. u.
Wead. IVead Uldg., 18th and Furnam.
ia' CITY LOANS. Bemla-Carloerg Co.,
u JO 310-az Brandels Theater Building.
. , bjt city loans, l'eters Trust Co.
tTAJiVlN UR(JK "' "w ad up.
ilONKY on hand at ljwoit rates tot
loans on Nebraska farms und Omaha city
property in any amounts.
11. W. iilNDlim.
City National Uank Btde.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty,
W. 1L Thomas. 228 (Hate Bank Bide.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Fa morn St
FAIlii und city loans mado promptly.
Wm. McCormick, 1201 Farnam. I ted ivoi.
OMAHA homes. Kast Nebraska farm.
O'KEEFB UEAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 OMAHA NATIONAL, Douglas 2715.
CITY and farm loans, 6, ti, 6. J. H.
Durnont & Co., 1C03 Farnam, Omaha.
KEAIi ESTAXIi WANTED.
WE have buyers for homes on small
monthly puymcnts. The Vogcl Ilealty
Agency, 1007 Vf. O. V. Bldg.
FOlt 8 All 13 Oil EXCIlANaER. E.
CAN you match ono or all?
$00 acres, improved, Brookings Co., 8., D.
320 acres improved, Pipestone Co., Minn.
160 acres, wild, Polk Co., Minn.
160 acres, improved, O'Brien Co., Ia.
20 aires, improved, Pipestone Co., Minn.
320 Dures, improved, Edwards Co., 8. D.
Preter merchandise, or what have you 7
ixck iox 3, I'ipcsione, Minn.
1 buy, sell or exchange mud for you.
M. M. KLINE, Omaha, Neb.
GOVERNMENT approved investment
lecurlllts or land for auto, other prop"
trty or land. Doug. 7012.
FIFTY-FIVE hundred 7 - passenger
touring car. Four years old. Less than
J2.000. What have youT Address F art,
Feature of the Trndlnsr nnil Closing;
l'fiocK on Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO, Feb. lO.-Unexpected falling
off in tli J world's avallablo supply had
a rallying erfect today on wheat. Clos
ing prices wcro strong at an advanco of
9KH to K net. - Other speculative
articles too, all showed gains corn, M;
oats, to HQ-'.i, and provisions, m
to 204J2214 polnU.
Such a huge decrease as 6,377,000 btlsh
els In the world's stock of wheat could
not but encourage the bulls, especially as
tho reduction at the corresponding time
a ycitr ago amounted only to 1,146.000
bushels. Moreover', tho curtailment last
week was relatively small as well
1.426,000 bushels. Rumors of export sales
for shipment by way of the gulf added
to tho stimulating influence on the bull
side. The government snow map was
also a disappointment for the boars
Kansas, southern Illinois and south and
central Indiana being unprotected and
the covering In Nebraska very light.
Despite a good deal of active commission
buying, it was not until the last half
of the session that the bulls got tho
upper hand in tho wheat pit. During the
earlier hours, a cable dispatch told of a
pauso in the European demand and the
bears were favored by warmer weather
In tho domestic winter crop belt.
Corn bulged on account of most re
ceivers agreeing that country offerings
wero ngnt. The marKot was lower at
first because of film weather for shelling
and hauling. Oats had Independent
strength, the result of statements that
most of tho 2,796.000 bushels of Canadian
oats at Buffalo have been sold for ship
ment to Europe.
Firmness In provisions came chiefly
from the fact that hog receipts fell
far short of tho estimate. On the up
turn, packers wero good sellers.
Quotations closed on follows:
HEW YOBK ST0CK MARKET
Holds Steady to Approximate Level
of Last Fortnight's Prices.
MAIN MOVEMENT IS DOWNWARD
Share Not Larue anil In the
Late Session Improvement
NEW YORK, Feb. 10.-Th stock mar
ket held steady today to tho approximate
level of prices, which has prevailed for
tho Inst fortnight. Tho public follow
ing attracted by the recent advance ap
peared to have fallen away and efforts
of professional operators to inaugurate
a movement ono way or the other whs
ineffective. Today's main movement
was downward nnd on tho decline somo
of tho less actlvo shares broke sharply
Fluctuations of the representative siocks,
however, wero not largo and In tho lato
session the market Improved.
Tho Improved tono of the later deal
ings was influenced by the United States
Stsl rni'nnrntlrm'n monthly fl fill res of
unfilled tonnage. The Increase of 313,000
tons In unfilled orders measured up fully
with the expectations. It was the first
gain In more than a year and furnished
tangible evidence of reports during tho
past row weens or better conditions in
tho stcet trade. Taken in conjunction
with the strong showing mado yesterday
In tho Conner producers' report and the
(decrease in idlo freight cars disclosed In
tho last statement, it confirmed tho
Judgment of Wall street that posltlvo
Improvement in general business con
ditions was at hand.
Perhaps the most active lnnuence in
bringing about tho early docllno In stocks
was free Selllnc for foreign account.
The Amsterdam market for American
aecurltlfts was unset bv the recent col
lapse of Rock Island stocks and collateral
bonds, ami by the Bevero urop in Mer
cantile Marina Issues following the de
cision of the British courts yesterday
against the Whit a Star line In a damage
suit growing out of tho Blniclng of tho
Titanic. Arbitrage brokers said that
holdings or bom ine mock isiana ana
Mercantile Marine securities In Amster
dam wero heavy aitl that much of to
day's selling came from that point. Sates
for foreign account, 0,000 to 40,000 shares.
Mcrcantllo Marino bonds rallied after a
further break of 4M points. Rock Island
Btocka and bonds met with better sup
port today on account of statements that
reorganization plans noV under con
sideration do not contemplate a receivership.
Bonds were irregular, toibi sates, par
I'nlted States bonds wero unchanged
Number of sales and leading quotations
on siocks were:
!.. lll.h. Low. Clota.
IT.M0 Tl U l
Artlcle Open. High. Low. Close. I Safy.
93i 94 914 93T4
88t E3U 8SH SV4
654 f'iTi 63& G6U C5
644 604 614 ' 654 CIH
39 394 SS4 394 39
33 39U 384 39VJ 39
21 75 21 S74 21 674 21 874 21 65
11 05 11 074 10 974 H 024 U CO
11 274 U 274 11 20 11 274 11 20
11 85 11 724 11 024 11 724 11 60
11 80 11 824 11 774 U 824 11 724
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
red, 06W396ic; No. 3 red, 949Cc: No. 2
hard, 9J92J4o; No. 3 hard, 91HQ914c;
No. 2 northern, 91',iGl?4o; No. 3 north
ern, 904o: No. 2 spring, 91ig92cr No. 3
spring. 894691c. Corn: No. 3, 6SHQ00c:
No. 3 white, OtHWic; No. 3 yellow, 61ffl
C14c Oats: No. 2 whlto, 41c; No. 3
white, 3S33S?c; standard, 40c.
Rye: No. 2, 614c Barley, 49970c.
Seeds: Timothy, $3. 7505.85; clover, $12.00
14.60. Provisions: Pork, 121.874; lard,
J10.774: ribs, JU.124011.624.
BUTTER Steady: creameries, 21l427c
POTATOES Steady; Michigan; Minne
sota and Wisconsin, red, 60C5a; Michi
gan, Minnesota and Wisconsin, white,
POULTRY Alive, higher; springs,
16c: fowls, 16c; turkeys. 16c.
CHEESE Steady; daisies, 17HifJ)174c:
twins, 16U'fPl64oi Americas, 1718c;
long horns, 17417o.
KOas Lower; receipts, 7.9S6 cases; at
mark, cases Included, 2537c; ordinary
firsts, 254&26c: firsts, 27c.
Ataerlcin ileal eurr....
American Ctn .........
American Ctn I'fd
American C. A V .
American cotton oil
Am. Ice Securities
Amerlcin Llneeed ........
Amcrloui Locomotlre ...
American B. 4b It
Am. S. & It. pfd
Amer. Sugar llftlnlns...
American T. & T .,.
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantic C'oaat Line
Baltimore A Ohio
Drooklyn Itapld Tr. ......
t nfl 25
8,800 31 I0Vi 30l
0o 101(4 1MU 10ll
4.0M i:i' mil nut)
700 S.'.t 37
1,S00 StH 5!4
Central leather l.CM 0H
400 125 115
MOO tl, 1H
2vD 3IU. 3U
COO S1H l4
S.800 tlkl !U
".ioi 'wl "it"
500 !3U iS
I A "H
WANTED TO KENT.
I rent anything anytime, nny place, r.t
any price. It. 8. Trumbull. 41S Beo. D. 6707.
FURNISHED aartment or house for
two months, beginning April 1. Give lo
cation when answering this. M 387, Bee.
I.1VK STOCK MAIUCET OP WEST
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Sav
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
Live StocU CuntiuUslun Merchuuta.
MARTIN BB OS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of The Bee Publishing Company will be
held at the office of said company in The
Be Building, Omaha, at 4 o'clock p. m.
March 2, 1914, for the election of direct
ors for the ensuing year and for the
transaction of such other business as
may properly come before the meeting.
By order of tho president,
N. I. F1S1L. Secretary.
NOTICB OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING Notice Is hereby given that the reg
ular annual meeting o fthe stockholders
of tho South Platte Ijind company will
bo held at tho office of said company at
Lincoln, Neb., at 11 o'clock a. m, on tho
4th day of March, A. D 1914.
t. It. MORRILL, President
A R MINOR Kecretarj
Lincoln, Neb, February J, 1914. Feb. 2 30t
NEW YORK GlCNEltAL MARKET
lnotntlon of the Day on Various
NEW YORK. Feb. lO.-FLOUR-Dull;
spring patents. (4 40&4.60; winter straights,
J4.l5g4.25; winter patents. ll.404.63;
spring clears, 4.00420; extra No. 1
winter, W.55Q3.75! extra No. 2 winter,
3.3S3.60; Kansas straights, 4.054.15.
WHKAT-Spot, firm; No. 2 hard win
ter, IWic, c. 1. f. to arrive; No. 2 red,
$1.01, elevator, domestic; No. 1 northern,
Uuluth, $1,034. f. o. b. afloat; Np. 1
northern. Manitoba. Il.tolK. f. o. h. afloat.
Futures lower, closing ntt unchanged to
4c higher; May, $1.00; July, 97Vic.
HOPS Easy; state, common to choice,
1913, 40M6c; 1912, 20S240; Pacific coast,
HIDES-titeady; Bogota, 320'33o; Cen
tral America, 32c.
PETROLEUM Steady; refined New
York bulk, $5.25; barrels, $76; cases,
WOOL Steady; domestic fleece, XXXX
CORN Spot, steady; now No. 3 yellow,
C'JTic, c. i. f. to arrive.
OATS--Spot, steady; standard white,
444045u; No. 3, 44&444c; fancy clipped
HAY Quiet; standard, 974cfl$1.00: No.
1, $1.02V4&1.05; No. 2, 90393c; No. 3, SOQ85C.
LEATH 1!R Firm ; hemlock firsts, 80c;
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; mess.
$23.6O24.0o; family, $24.0O(Ep2U.0O: short
clear, $20.60322.00. Beef, rjuloti mesi.
$18.00018.60, family. $19.00020.00. Cut
meate, steady; pickled bellies, 10 to 14
pounds, $12.26(313.60; pickled hams, $14.00.
Lard, firm: middle west, $10.7&10.85; ro
flned, steady; continent, $U.W; South
America, $12.00; compound, Btcady; $8,374
TALLOW Quiet; city, Oftc; special,
7Hc; country, 6Sti?4c.
hiitter-Firm: receipts, 7.000 tubs:
creamery extras, 27432&s; firsts, 25ViS
2iVo; held extras, sm'-iw, iirsts, xt
2Vic; process extras, 224T23c; factory,
current make firsts, 2O20V4c.
CHEESE Irregular; receipts, 1,000
boxes; ntato whole milk, fall and sum
mer, while specials, ieric; colored
ru-rlnls. 18frl8Uc: averaue fancy. 17ft
174c; winter mada specials, 174Q1794o;
average lancy, mr.
EQGS Weak; receipts, 16,900 cases;
fresh gathered extras, 29030c; extra
firsts. 28c: firsts. 29430c; refrlsrerutor
irsts, 25U27c; fair to good, 24&25c; gath-
erea wnites, socrsoc.
POULTRY Dressed, steady, quiet;
fresh killed western chickens, 15024c:
fowls, 15fl84c; turkeys, lS323c.
Kansas City drain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. 10. WHEAT No.
2 hard, 85f(874c; No. 2 red. 8S4S94c.
CORN No. 2 mixed, Oic; No. 3, 62c; No.
2 white, 684c; No. 3, 648644c
Closing prices or futures;
Wl I EAT May, 87874c: July. 3V4c.
CORN May, 6740674c; July, W4c
OATS No. 2 white. 40V4c: No. 2 mixed.
BUTTKii Unchanged, except packing,
lKJi 11- J" l oir, wv a Bwuunf vv.,
POULTRY Unchanged, except hens, at
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Feb. 10. WHEAT-Soot
firm; No. 8 rel western winter, 7s 6d;
No. 1 Manitoba. 7s 24d. No. 2. 7s 2Ud:
No. 3. 7s 14d; futures, easy: March, 7a
Mid; Jiay, 7 ihu; July, . zna.
CORN Spot, quiet; American mixed,
ca od, la naia iuiures, iteaay, ireoru
ary, 4s 8 J. March, 4s 94d.
Chlcam O. W
cmoaiio, Ai. ft pi. l .....
Chtcaio A N. W
Colorado Fuel & Iron....
Delaware & Hudson ,
Denrer Itlo arande,,,.
Penrer ft It. Q. pfd ,
Winners' Securities ....
Krla 1st pfd. , ,
Kris Id ptd
nftat Norttwrn prd......
Oreat Northern Or Ufa.
Inter. Mel. nrd
International Hamster., .....
Kaneaa Cltr (Southern,.,.
Iaclede Qaa ,.,,,.,
LouUtIII ft NaahTlllt...
M Ht. r. ft fl. 8te. M,
Mlaaourl, IC. & T
Mlttourl Pacirio ,
N. It. n. o( M. 2d ptd.,
New York Central
N. Y.. O. & W
Norfolk ft Western
Northern Pacific ,.,
I'eopla'i Gal .,.,,,,,,.,
I'., C. C ft Bt. L
Pressed Steel far
Pullman Palace Car
Hock Island Co in em lu c
.wvj nun v,o. piu...,. v,uo ui 11H
- n. . . -a .....
oeaDoara Air Liine.,,,,,
Seaboard A. U pfd....
flloca-Hhetfleld 8, & I.,
So. Railway ntA '
"Tennessee. Copper ..,.. 1,800 wi
Union Paclflo pfd
United mates Ylealty,.
uniieo maiea jtubber,
i.eoo 103U io:h imh
D00 33U 83 H 31
300 138 13SVi UiK
2,(00 131 lSli 131U
400 13 11U
1.100 Mai 89 (a
1,400 104 103i 10s4
2.200 114 HIV, USti
ilioo iiin iii'' ui!
400 123 133H U2i
zoo sin Ji'4 zm
700 43i S 4l4
i-aiace car nsu
.................. 34.0M H7H 16SH W1
Iron a Steel... !,s0 J5H 23)1 25U
I. a B pfd , itiZ
nd Co io,ei3 7U 64 VI
, 23.700 t7
!2 jtuboer,.., ion ttu tiu
"nltfd States Keel,..,,. H.400 j2 t,A
,V. 8. Bteel pfd Hoo u03, loSfl
IJ tah 1 copper i,w hM ui
Va. -Carolina Plimt..t
wabaah pfd ,
Western Marjrland ,. .""
Weatern Union ........... 1,000 'j.
weatlnichouae RIectrlo ., ioo 70W
WheeHn, x- ik( Krl9i;( t '
ChlnoCopper 3.300 41
rew iiaen , ijoo 7.14
"r ijon. copper.. wo -
.oiai aaiea ror m ar. S13i0o Bharea.
LowWIlaa nik Co., 1st fli
Maces Co.. Ma ref. 6s. 23:4.
ottumwk, is., sen. s.
Cllr ol Omaha 4Ua. 1MI
Omaha a C n. 8L Ur.. ta, 123..
Omaha ft C n. St. tlr. ptd
Omaha Klea. Lt. A IMw.. pfd.,..,.
Patirio Tel. a Tel. ta, 1917
r-uart sound T., L. ft V. U, 1113....
tnlon ttk. Ydt Stk...
Pall Lake Mh. 4Ua. IM3
Swift A Co. 3. Hit
sioux cttr riaf, ta. so
Slout Cltr Stk. Yda, pfd..
IU 31 H
Itnston ?IInlnir stocks.
BOSTON, lb. 10,-Closlni? quotations
Allsuci 4dHNetada Con ,. 14
Amu. copper , KHrtipissine: Mines ..ovia
A. Z. U S WV, North Putts K
Arltona com. ... 4 13-14North Lake ........ t
Cal. & Arltona tiOld Dominion ..... MH
Cal. A ltecla..,.,..4M Osceola 33
Centennial ..... ., UHOulncr H
Copper Hanite C. C 4Shannn , 6U
F.ast Dutta C. M .., UliHuprrlor .1.1 80S
Kranklln 4 l-iesuperler & D. M... S'k
Oranbr Con t Tamarack ., 3lk
nreene Cnnane ... 40HU. 8, f , II. e M... 43(
Lie Iloyale Copper. 33H do pM . , 44
Kerr Lake 44 Utah Con 13
1-ake Copper ..... 9141'lali copper Co ... M.
Ia fill Copper.... 4 Winona 3H
Miami Copper ., ... 31 Wolterlnt ... ...... 4(
Mohan k 44
London .Stock Market.
LONDON, Feb. 10, American securities
wcro quiet and Irregular during tho trad
ing today. At noon prices rantrcd from
H above- to U below parity.
CONSOLS-For money. 761-1: for ac
count. 74; Vnlon Pacific. 1WH.
SIIjVKR Bar, steady. 20 9-ied.
MONET AJOTl per cent; short and three
months' bills, 1 18-lftglTi lior cent.
Hank Clear Inn .
OMAtIA, l-b. la-Bank clenrinBs for
today wore 12,645,379.65 and for tho corre
ppondlriu date last year, 12,713,614.82.
NEW YORK. Feb. 10. METAI.S Lead:
Steady, tl.10O4.S0; London, 19 7 6d.
Spelter! Btcady, t5.40fl5.60; London, 11 7s
Cd. Copper: Quiet: standard, spot and
April, tll.76. asked; electrolytic. tlU74i
lake, nominal; casting. tH.6J4ffH."o. Tin:
Firm; spot, t0.7S4l.oo: May, 4atiM0.85.
Iron: Quiet, unchanged. Antimony: Dull:
London copper, nulet! spot, 05 15c;
futures, ids Ks. Tin: Steady; spot, I1S4 15s;
futures. USS Us. Iron: Cleveland warrants,
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 10, METALS Lead !
firm, tl.OoiiUOTW Spolter: Quiet, to.2740
Nerr York Moner MarLti.
NEW YORK, Feb. 10,-MONEY-Call
loans, steady: 1Um n.V ixi;r
cent. Time loans, steady: sixtv Sv.
zmi per cent; ninety dkys
cent: six months, SUflSVi per cent
MERCANTILE M&t&figfo per
STElU.INq EXCHANOE-Easy; .Ixtv
454c. - 6"i0: Mtx,can hilars,
IJONDS-Oovernment, steady rn
road, Irregular. aay, rail-
asCfonow.a:UOUt'0na 0n b0nds tod were
?JEW TO UK. Feb. 10.-COFFEE
Steady. European and Brazilian cables,
combined with slightly smaller primary
receipts, gnve the coffee, market a
steadier tono today. Tho opening was
steady, 60 higher. Prices worked a
shade higher on scattered coveting or a
little trade buying, with the close steady
at a net advance of 4 to 6 points. Bates,
03,000 hags. February, 9.13c March, 9.28c;
May, 9.19c! July, 9.690! September, 9.84c;
October. 9.fSc; December, 9.9Sc Spot,
nulet; Rio No. 7, 94ci Santos No. 4, U4a.
Mild, quiet; Cordova, 13&1CC, nominal.
Omaha liar Market.
OMAHA, Feb. 10.-PRAIRIB HAY No.
1 to choice upland, tl0.0OQU.00; No. 2,
9.00310.00; No. 3, t7.0otff9.00. No. 1 to
choice mltdand, P.COtflO.GO; No. 2, tS.Orff
9.00: No. 3, ttf.OOiilUOO. No. 1 to choice low
land. t7.0CXPS.OO: No. 2, .00tff7.00; No, 8,
t4.0Oft8.CO. Straw: Choice oat or ryo Is
quotahle at K'. MM! 6.00: choice wheat,
t4.50i6.0"). Alfalfa: Choice pea-srecn,
leafy and flno stem. Is quotable at JIXO0
flS.60: No. 1. tU.OOtll3.00; No. s, tJ.ooa
11.00; No. 3, t7.00fl9.00.
MlnnenpnllH firnlit Slarkct.
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. IO.-WHEAT-N0.
1 hard, 94Hc: No. 1 northern. 91H934c;
No. 2 northern, 89HC(914o; No, 3, o0
SSWc; May, HHc; July, 92c.
FLOUR Fancy patents, t4 60; first
clears. t3.35; second clears, t2.W.
CORN-No. yellow, 54V,(RJ7c.
OATH No. 3 white, 3G3Vic
SEED Flax, tl.61H1.644.
NEW YORK, Feb. 10. COTTON Fu
turea closod steady, March, 12.08c; May,
11.81c; July, 11.79c; Atigust. 11.60c; Oc
tober, 11.41c. Spot, quiet I middling, 12.5Cc;
LIVERPOOL. Feb. 10.-COTTON-Snot
In fair demand; prices steady; middling
fair, 7.63d; good middling, 7.31d: middling,
C.09d: low middling. 6.69d: 'good ordinary.
6.89d; ordinary, E.45d. Kales, fc.OOO bales,
St. Louis Genornl S.urknt.
red. 94fi95c: No. 2 hard. 90S92Mc: May.
92M924c: July, 864c.
CORN ino. i, twV4iu(c; mo, i wnue, ic;
May, 07c; July. 669ic
DATS No. 2. 40U41c: No. 2 white. 4H4
4iHc: Mai, 04o; July, S94c. '
Dry O001U .Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. 10.-DRY OOODS
Cotton goods markets wcro quiet and
hnretv steady. Lonsdalo cambrics and
nainsooks have been advanced Uc a yard
to 10c net. Flno men's wear Is being
bought from Importers In a free wily.
Retailers were active In tho silk markets.
Jobbers report a good trade.
Novr York 5eneral Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. m-SUGAR-Raw.
steady; muscovado, centrifugal,
S.4&! molasses sugar. 2.72c. Refined.
quiet: cut loaf, 5.03c: crushed, 4.95c ; mold
A, 4.60O! cubes, 4.3.1c; powdered, 4.2fio;
flno granulated, 4.10c; diamond A, 4.10c;
confectioners' A, 4.00c; No. 1, 3.95c.
Oils ami Ilosln,
NEW YORK. Feb. 10.-COTTONSBED
OIL Steady; prime summer yellows,
spot, 37.W1 Jlarcit, ir.iti; .May, 37,33; July,
TURPBNTINIC-Dull; machine, barrels,
lft'ntwkn.,1 A tin lr It nnil Ilrli.il lrtilfM
NEW YORK, Feb. lO.'EVAPORATED
APPLES Quiet. Prune), steady. Aprl
cots, firm. Peaches, barely steady. Rals-
CHICAGO I-IVi: NTOCIC 3IARK13T
do coupon ........lllMo. l"?ifiiTa IJ
Panama 8a,coupon,.10lH do con. tu ii
Amer. Ak. U mN. It. n. ot it" id'. II
A. T. tTct. 4a. VN. T. C. silt tl
American Tob. 4S..11I do deb. " 51,.
Armour k Co. 4V4a.. 33HN. y. N. n"''ii'
Atchison nan. 4s.. tlH cr. u ., n
do cr. 4a. 134,... 2n. ft wV iVt c "in " A
60 ct. 3a.. 19l2 do cv. ,., . ",UU
A. C. L 1st 4i. .. l(jNo. Pacific ia k
Dal. ft Ohio 4a NV, do 1. . " , IJj
do ma 33 O. 8. L. rfdi ii' "' Si2
Prook. Tr. or. 4s. ,, 30iPenn. cr. lui ilis' S'4
Cen. et Oa, Cs lOtv, do ron. 4s ' "'.L
Cen. Leather ...... 38neadlna; iao. ii""'
Che.. & Ohio 4H.. 3 S. L. A B. i f. 3$
do conr. Ha , 13 H do ,,n. itr' '
r. n "JL . ;j nQ' w. 0. 4s rt
v. m. w. ... ... A.
do can. 4a. JtBn.
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET RAILWAY CO.
FIRST CONSOLIDATED MORTGAGE 5 GOLD BONDS
Dated Docombcr 1, 1902, Duo January 1, 102S. Coupon Bonds, Denomination $1,000.
Kegistorablo as to principal.
Principal and Interost (January 1st and July 1st), payable In Now York, at tho Guar
anty Trust Co., trus'too. Interest payable, free, from Normal Kedornl Income Tax. Legal
Investment for Ravings banks In Maine, Now Hampshire and Rhode. Island.
1. Tho bonds nro securod by an ABSOLUTE FIRST MORTGAGE on all property acquired by
tho Company bIiico December 1st, 1002, Including ono of tho finest power houses in tho country, forty
throo miles of strcot railways in Omaha and South Omaha, car houses, land, equipment, etc.
2. Tho bonds arc further secured by a DIRECT MORTGAGE ON ALL OTHER PROPERTY, of tho
Company, subject to a small amount of dlvlsonal bonds maturing May 1st, 1914, and for rodomption
of which sufficient amount of tho Flrot Consolidated Mortgage 6 Bonds havo boon reserved. AFTER
MAY 1st. 1914. THE BONDS NOW OFFERED WILL BECOME AN ABSOLUTE FIRST CLOSED
MORTGAGE ON THE ENTIRE PROPERTY OF THE COMPANY.
3. Tho Omaha & Council Bluffs Slroot Raltway Company OWNS ALL THE STREET RAILWAYS
OF OMAHA AND SOUTH OMAHA and leases tho Btroot railways of Council Bluffs and tho connecting
bridge. Tho entire system consists of 1G5 mllos, sorvlng a population of about 250,000.
1. THE PROPERTY HAS BEEN CONSTANTLY ENLARGED WITHIN THE LAST TEN YEARS,
during which time tho Company ePont moro that $4,000,000 for now construction and equipment, a large
part of which sum has boon taken from tho current earnings.
5. GROSS EARNINGS IN THE PAST TEN YEARS HAVE PRACTICALLY DOUBLED. The Com
pany Is oarnlng MORE THAN TWICE ITS ENTIRE FIXED CHARGES, including tho interost on all
G. Aa a result of tho eiiorgotto management tho Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway onioyi,
the COMPANY RANKS AMONG THE BEST EQUIPPED AND MOST UP-TO-DATE TRACTION PROP
ERTIES IN THE UNITED STATES.
Prlco 97 and intorcst, yioldlng G.30.
Wo recommend theso bonds for investment, and should bo glad to supply our circular, upon re
quest, fully describing same.
BURNS, BRINKER & COMPANY,
449 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
A. B. LEACH & CO.,
8 South Dearborn Street, Chicago,
Now York, Boston, Philadelphia.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Killing Cattle Slow, but About
Steady and Feeders Stronger.
HOGS ARE FIVE CENTS HIGHER
Active Trnilo In llrlrn!tlc Klndn of
Fnt Sliorp mid Umlis nt Price
Ten to riftrcn Centn Over
Those nt Monilny.
SOUTH OMAHA, lM. 10. 1914.
IteMlpt wcro: Cattle, llnga, Sheep.
Offlrlnt Monday 2,813 8,004 11,741
listlmato Tueailny B.OO) 16.W0 1I.O0U
Two days this week.. 7.S4S 24.WM 24741
Paino (lava Inst wpiU.. 7.MK lD.KM 20.MS
Same daya 3 wocka Hgo 11,673 25,923 3I.70B
Samo rlnVR.t wnnkn nun 12.M2 l.VBlt 24.1SG
Knmo days 4 weeks ngo 11,740 20,06t 31,691
oHmo. aaya mat year.. ll, 9H w,na
TIib followlnir tnhlo olmun Dm rrt'eliitH
of cattle, liORa and aheop ut tho South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date aa compared with Mat year:
. . i!H4. ii3. inc. uea.
Catt lo n.i7ir losniT 4.soi
V.OSB ,.,..3.15,133 358,437 ..... 23,303
bnocp 280,374 277,783 8,011
The followlnir Intiln ihnwi ttia rnni-a nf
prices for Iioga at the South Omaha llvu
atock market for the Inst few daya, with
5 HI t 40
i ho r. to
1030 I TS
7 1M1 5 S
t ta js
1 1117 30
10 ll 55
i 1IH 3.1
1181 7 m
i mo 7 oo
.1040 ( TO
,1111 C M
1115 t r ...,..U..,1M 7 10
COW8 AND llEIFEUS.
S .......... 613 7 0O
9 Ill 7
....104S 7 30
MO. 7 It
M0 7 IK
J 700 7 60
a n 7 io
Date. 1914. 19I3.1912.1911.lfll0.l&03. 108.
I 1HV4 7 3i S 02 7 54
7 20) 8 38
6 11 4 13
O M Ic 0 P c 4HS..1M44 lo
0. It. I. & P. c. 4a IK to
An 'I - Am . 1 n - V '
i aaj. s.,,. ?ti
a, n. a 1 . ac w. i an'i in lAft .
Dl.tlllar' (s sufi Mo l,t " ri, i." !?H
Erl. p. I. 4a n r. . Rnbhr Is 'im J
a mp. 4. 7j v. h iVt..i w'si-'iSii
Quetatlona lurnlttaad tr noma. Brinks A r
4I Omaha Na'looal tank buliaioii '.
Auburn. Nab., (a, im
a I-. t.o., ta, iuj., it lco
American un aa, mt... H u
Ct4ati 1'atalua Cs.. ta. 1I4,, 100 j0i
Car Co.. NU. 8ch. Dla. la. t.. M 1M
Dalrolt Tarm. & Tu. 4Ha, 1HI...... jai u
Dra A Co. t. njj W'
iiuudca. Nab., aa. 111! tl ;
Dca Motors, mch. it. Ull.. lootf loin
Kail ll C. S, D.. ti. lM IK " nt.il
Ka.rmunt rnrory 1 par cant pfd,. tt 100
Falrmit Cramry I par at Iar.. M14 loo;
ia nr t u k it::. ti i
Cattle Htcndy Iloira Active to
CllICAOO. Feb. 10,-CATTt.Ii-Tte.
colpta, 4,000 head; marKct Hteody; Deevea,
I7.1Ctt9.50! Texas Bteer. 18.W28.10: west-
ern ateors, JG,65S7.60, stockera and feed
ers, ts.r3.00: cows and holfora, W.GOy
HOaS necelpts. 11.000 head: market ac
Rf1fn higher! lilllk nf nalea. tL7Mf
8.60: lleht. W.0OS8.86; mixed. J8.C0S8.S5;
heavy. S8.50O8.85; rough, J3.60ffS.55; jilgs,
8HI5EP AND IAMnB-ncelpts, 20,003
head; market atronir for sheen; steady
to a shade lower for lambs; native sheep,
14.7060.(0; weatern, ll.$0fl.00; yearlings,
J8.706.90; lambs, native, J6.807.75; west
ICnnsjits Cltr Live Stork AlnrUet.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. lO.-OATTLB-Ile.
celpta, 8,000 head; market steady; prlmo
fed ateers, JS.SMjy.25; dressed heef steers,
17.15(18.30; western steers, J7.0QS.K1; south
ern steers, ia.z&v.uu; cows, ji.a.w);
heifers, JtJ.754iO.CO; stockers and feeders,
W.504i8.25: bulla. JS.0007.60: calves, JS.50&
HOOB Itecelpta. 15,000 head: market tt(
10c hlehcr; bulk of sales, J8.456f8.70; heavy,
J5.7058.75; packers and butchers, U-WtP
8.70: llsht, J8.4Of4.C0; pltrs, J7.30Q8.00.
H1111S1 amli uaiu lteceipis, e.wu
headt market steady to strong; lambu,
J7.00ff7.50; yearlings. J5.B0fl6.C5; wethers,
3.00Si6.70! ewes, J4.75Q5.40.
Sioux Cltr Live Htoatc Slarket.
SIOUX CITY, la.. Feb. lO.-CATTLE-
Ilecelpts, 2.0C0 head; market, 10a lower;
native eteera. J7.(18.75; butchers, J5.90
7.25; cows and heifers, 33.2S6.80; canncrs,
J3.75Q6.10; stockers and feeders, J$.90!
7.60; calves, J8.Cyi0.00; bulls, sUcs, etc.,
IIOOS necelpts. 4.500 head; market, 6c
hlBher; heavy, JS. 45(31. 50; mixed, JS.404T
8.46; lights, J8.35S8.10; bulk of sales, JS.35
BHBEP AND 1,AMBS-Recelpts, 1C0
head; market tronR: feed muttons. J5 60
wethers. ti.OOSO.75; ewes, J 4.00
6.15; lambs, J6.00a7.60.
tt. Jospph Live fiionlc aiarUet,
KT. JOSBI'II, Feb. 10,-CATTI.K-Tte-
celpts, 1.000 head. Market stow; ateers,
J7.0OS9.O0; rows and heifers, J4.0Ofl8.50;
IIOnH-Itr elpts. 10,000 head, Market
strong to Co higher: top, J8.79; bulk of
SIIKE1' AND I.AM BB Receipts. 2.5W
head. MarUet steady, lambs, J7 0O&7W.
ltecelnlB and dlsrjosttlnn nf llvn nine It
at the Onion Btock yards. South Omaha,
Net)., for tWontv-foUr haurn omllnir nt 3
l. m, yesterday:
c. m. & st. p. ny., 10 11 ,. k.
wauasn ity. 3 4
Mo. I'ac. lty 6 6 .. l
Union Paclflo Itv... 32 M s
C. & N. V east..., 21 11 ,. t.
C. & N. W., west.... 39 ta 7 1
U. Ht. 1 , fll. & O..,, 19 20 2
C. B. & Cl cast..., 0 6
C. B. & Q west.... 24 4.1 28
C lt. I. & 1 east.. 7 0 7 ,.
u. it. i. & I'., west,, . 4 ,.
Illinois central lty.. 10 4 .. ,.
C U, W. By 6 7
Total Receipt 184 233 47 2
Morris & Co. ., 625 2, ill! 710
HWltt ft I'O , 521 3,53.1 2,453
Cudahy Packing Co "M ',0bH 3,993
Armour & Co , 550 4,275 1,979
Hcnwanz & wo tfttt ,
Morrell , ,r 47 ... 1
1.1 noo In 1'ackinK Co,,,. 43 , .,,
S. P. Co 6
W. H. Vansant Co 101 .,.
Benton V. Bant & Iuah 48
Hill & Hon ,. 274
F. B. Lewis 44
Huston & Co Cti
J. B. Boot & Co 76
J. II. Bulla 118
I, F, Hum ., , 84
Rosenatock Bros , 20 ,.,
McCrcary & Kellogg, ... 41
Werthelmer & Dcgen... 2u ...
II. F. Hamilton ,.. 98
Sullivan Bros , 29 ...
Rothschild ' 28 .:.
Mo. & Kans.-Calf Co... l
Huffman 14 ...
Meyers 11 ...
Baker, Jones & Smith.. 33 .,.
Tenr.er Broi 3 ...
Harvey .. i J"
Other buyera 660
Total 4,530 15,875 l"2,04
CATTLE Receipts were more liberal
today, 01 cam being reported In, This
makes tho totui receipts tor mo iwo aays
this week 7,M4 heau, which Is slightly
smaller than for the corresponding period
last week and smaller than a year ago
by 8,400 head.
Owing to the moro liberal receipts "this
morning buyers of beef eteers were not
In such a hurry to fill orders us yester
day morning, with the result thut the
trado waa slow and dull throughout tho
day. Still such cattle us buyers really
wanted communaea steauy or ngm cioso
to steady nrlcea. On the other hand.
cattle that did not appear to find spo
clal favor In buyer' eyes wero a little
slow and If anything easier than yester
day. Cows and heifers, while not so active
as yesterday morning, were In fair de
mand and the marKei waa very uiuereni
ao far as prices were concerned.
There was an active demand for good
kinds of stock cattlo und feeders und tho
trade was active with prices strong.
Quotations on cattle: flood to choice
beet'Stceis, J4.Wu8.G0; fair to good beet
steers, 7.76tf8.00: common to fair beef
steers, Jis.707.75; good to choice cornfed
heifers, JG.7607.75; good to cholca cows,
J6.2607.25; fair to good grades, J5.40Q6.26;
common to fair grades, 11.005.40: good to
choice stockers and feeders, J7.5OJf3.00;
fair to iiood Blockers and feeders. 17.25
7.50; common to fair stockers and feeders.
JS.75ir7.25; atock cows and titlfcre, 13.760
7.00; stock calves, J6.50Ji8.25i veal calves.
aa.wm.v.w; uuua, Blags, ev., v.wBPi.t,
No. At. 1'r. No. At. Pr.
4 t 7 40 10 IKS I IS
It " J ' t 1117 I 2ft
7 J 7 It 1143 I M
11 T.I? lift I H
a lies J ji it not o
' ' " i mi I 40
10,. , 1007 7 ta
STEERS AND HEIKERR.
11 . Ml 7 20 ! Ill 7 "0
4 ,, Ui 7 GO M ',97 7 Ii
zi w t ,0 i io.-o t io
l. ... I.
4o S t lMo (
49 1.,,,, 11M 7S
10 1.... 1450 (tO
11M 10, 1., ,,!..... Ml T
, IM 7 00
i 173 7 ID
, !W 7 70
, 300 I 00
,417 1 00
, (0 9 00
-AT'dciciJiw And ' feeders.
1 1M 7S
1 ito io Co
1 170 10 00
1 200 10 CO
175 10 00
1... ........ 110 10 00
4 IS 00
t,7l 4 23
140 t (0
, 111 fo
, IM t Oil
. 701 7 K
its 7 :s
11 4.14 7 3.1
10 , 701 7 tt
It 1034 7 10
311 , 770 7 IS
11, 8(1 7 M
m 7 w
35 M 1 ti
V ,,. ID 7 ti
31 feeders.. 807 8 15 6S feeders.. 900 7 70
37 c. & lifs. 875 6 80
imriR iipci.lntu weie very larce this
morning, nbaut 240 cars, or 10,800 head lie
lint reported In. This la the largest run
of tho year to dato and ta also tho-heaviest
Of any day since ilio su 01 iasi june,
when something over 23,000 head wero re
ceived. For tho two days the total Is
24,501 head, being over 6,500 head larger
tiinn last wcoK, but more man l.uuu snort
of tho corresponding days of last year.
Advices from other nolnts wero very
encouraging, and In splto of tho heavy re
ceipts tho market opened out In fair
shape. Both shippers and packers bought
quito a number of light hogs early at
prices that worn quoted as 6o higher than
yesterdays rariy traue, ana as mucn ns
16o higher than yesterday's dull close.
Heavies did not sell so wolt early and
quite a. number wero cashed during tho
flrnt rmmlrt n fhntir Hint wfll-n hilt llitla
better than steady, with some as much an
5o higher. Later on, however, tho prices
on tlicao kinds strengthened and a good
share of the supply moved at the nickel
advance. Taking the trade nil the way
through values are mostly 5c higher, al
though somo of tho sales were not quoted
as better than steady,
Bulk of the sales was made nt $8.30
8,58 and tops riaechod JS.C0. Values today
aro nt tho extretno high point for the
year to date and today's top. which is tho
highest of tho year, Is also the beat prlco
mat nas neon paiu sin?t last Heptomoer,
when tho high prlco touched JS.75,
No. Av. 8k, Pr. No.
50 159 ... 8 16 31
Wmrrmnttittm mtrm ifuth t Httu
Has iNlUtirs litti CM!itirt.
Sate, Speedy ud Fotttir Cure for
OuV. Billat, Swtesr, Oa4 Xoalf,
etrainal Tasdaia, feundar, will
ThtSt, aal all Iubmim fro aptTlis,
Illegoaa ail ether easy taman.
' Porta all skla diieaita or aralt,
Vanish, DlphtaarU, KmtTH au
SaaaliH frsmaKa.-iaiof CatUa,
i (Its a
rr boltla. Sold by dmj-aiita, or tant by x
asraaa. Baattas Mid. with fall dlraeHana tr.
Its us. jnrfoA for datorlpttTS drvulara.
Mid, with rail diraettona far
taitlntoaUla, aid. Addraaa
tht Lswfinca-WIIIIAiTH Co.,Clovlind, 0.
... 8 66
... 8 00
... 8 60
... 8 CO
KMFMHPTho country sent 111 another
moderato supply of sheep and lambs this
morning, and, there being an improve
ment In the demand for all hinds of kill
ers, trade was aotlvo at prices generally
strong to 10015c higher, The receipts
wero placed at some 11.000 head against
9,147 last Tuesday, 17,102 two weeks ago
and 15,078 a year ago. Not much good
fat stuff was ut the disposal of buyers,
us a very large proportion of tho receipts
was on the In-betwoen order. Early mes
sages from all outside pointa Indicated
alow trade at steady prlcea. Local buyers
Beamed eagsr for soma killers, and as a
result the general market seemed to Im
prove as the duy advanced, making a
good clearance In very fair season. Two
or thrvo loads of lambs and yearlings
aAra rnrrled over from Monday's trade.
The rango on lambs was around J7.C0
7.40 as compared wun Hi.iowi.io yesieraay.
The supply of aged sheep was much
smaller nan on Monday and the general
quality of tho 'Offerings was not as good,
such ewes aa wero hero changing hands
Quotations on sheep and lambs Lambs,
good to choir J7.2oft7 50; lambs, fair to
good, J8.9U&7 25 lambs, culla, JS.606.60;
yearlings, light, J6.33tj6.60; yearling",
neavy, 3.Vfju.33, wethers, good to choice.
C HI ... 7 40 50 273
ti 261 ... 8 65 62 230
64 25 ... SSC 31 ZH9
(A 243 ... 8 65 G7 243
S3 239 ... 8 65 71 269
40 256 ... 8 55 64 291
71 230 ... 8 55 61 277
27 235 ... 8 65 11 335
64 2C9 ... 8 55 13 410
64 275 80 8 55
la lmrrtd to your whole flsek by tfea
Ttholaaoms, lavtcenitlag tHttm of
Its usa maVaa mors earn, a arrastar
par cant t trttls, blggar hstchaa, stronger
chicle a. Guarantaad or Moa Back.
V Vkoi. tSe, SOa. SI. OO; tS lb. paitt.(0
13 Car Pratli 100 Pan Poultry JHecA.
3733 Xor Bala fey C. CHrl'itssusn.
6.50; ewes, good to choice, J5.1503.3O;
ewes, fair to good, J4.6036.15. ,
230 cornfed mixed yearlings.... 89
228 cornfed mixed yearlings.... S3
103 cornfed owes
100 corn fod owes .....,,...10)
190 cornfed ewe .
174 cornfed lambs
216 oornfed lambs r 73
lio cortirea lamos
25 cornfed lambs
153 cornfed lambs
203 cornfed lambs
104 cornfed Iambs
189 cornfed Iambs
234 cornfed lambs 7;
2il cornfed lambs 84
249 cornfed lambs 73
174 Montana, yearlings .98
220 Montana yearlings 97
167 cornfed owes 100
85 cornfed ewes ..100
08 cornfed vearllncra 96
205 cornfed yearlings 96
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UUMHCU iUIHUO ....... Inl.M.lW
219 culls 70
201 cornfed Umbs 78
CO cornfed ewes ... 91
St. Loul Iiivc Btock Maria,
ST. LOUIS. Tob. 10.- CATTLE Re -colpts,
3,600 head market lOo higher! beef
steers, 17.60Qfl.23; cows and heifers, It.Sftf
8.60; stockera and feeders, 8S.0Oa7.50;
southern steers, J5.76S8.20; cows nnd heif
ers. J4,00p.00: calves, Jil.00gll.50.
HOdS-Recelpts, 11,000 head; market 6o
higher; pigs and lights. J7.0OS8.85; mixed
nl 1 butchers, J3.C56&90; good heavy, JS.75
, SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2.900
head; market 10&15o higher; muttons.
J0.0035.90; lambs, $7.00J7.. ",u"u"8
Llvo Stoclr In SljrUt.
Receipts of live stock at tho sis prin
cipal markets yesterday:
, Cattle. Hogs, Sheep.
Chicago ,,,,, 4,000 11.000 20,000
South Omaha ,. 5,000 16,801 11,000
St, Joseph 1.C00 10.000 2.500
Kansas City 8,000 15,000 8,003
St, IxiUls ,, 8,603 11,030 8,900
SloUX City . 2,000 4,000 ICO
..24,100 68,200 41,500
YOUNG MAN SUCCUMBS
TO BURNS FROM GASOLINE
WATERLOO, Fob. lQ.-8peclal Tele-egram.)-Orant
William Groves, aged 10,
only son of his widowed mother, Mrs.
Edith C. Groves, died at midnight
In tho Presbyterian hospital as a result
of burns received twenty-four houra be
fore. Ho had cleaned gloves with gaso
line late Saturday night and probably
somo of tho gasoline was upon his clothes
when he went- to replenish the furnace
fire for the night, for ho was Immediately
wrapped In flames and horribly burned
before his mother could reach him.
Swedish Lutherans! Meet.
FORT DODGE. In., Feb. W. (Special
Telegram.)-Tho forty-alxth annual con
vention Of tho Iowa Swedish Lutherans
ended yesterday at Cowrie,, Stanton, la ,
was chosen as tho next convention city.
V. A. Hulqulst, Swedesburg; Alfred
Wisslng, Sioux City, and Oscar Danlelson.
Marathon, wore elected members of tho
executive committee of tho chunh for