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THK-BEK: OMAHA, SATURDAY. 'SKITKMBKU li). 1914.
LOCAL GRAIN MART STRONG
Corn Shows Especially Well, Selling
Up to Chicago Prices.
WHEAT SELLS ABOVE A DOLLAR
TwnJr-rer Cars Go for More
Tfcaa Handreut Tents Basket,
Wklle Tkree Others Go at
The Omaha grain market was strong,
particularly on corn. There were twenty-eight
cart on aal and It aold from 74
to 77 cents, tha Chicago prices being 78
to 77 centa. Moat of th tales here were
aid to hava been mada to fill orders
taken for southern Missouri where the
crop thla year was ahort. , '
Omaha -received seventy-aeven cara of
wheat and' with the exception of three
cara everything ,sold at above 41 per
buehel. Tha three cara went at centa.
The range on the balance waa from $1.01
to 81.02U. Chicago price were around
On the Chicago market wheat for te
cember delivery aold at from $1.0S to
113, and May from 8UH to tl.lSTi.
LIVERPOOL SHOWING 8THENGTH
came yeakncM due to a break In the
price of hose. Buying waa confined
chiefly to October lard.
Future rantrrd iniions-.
A rtlclel f'pen l HUh.j hnn. I Closet Ves'y.
Sept. I 01,1 1 OKI, 1 CS 1 OSU, 1 0714
Iec..l l"Sm 1 11 1 ft 1 11 V 1 10
May. 1 17U-S,I 1 W 1 US 1 1SS 1 M
Sept. 74 I 7S 7 7'-, 74
leo.. ilW71'Vti'7-.l,7fii, 7IS Wa
May. 73V73VTTIH1J!' TJ4 "J1
rVpt. . 4N 47 1 4T 4S
le.. 4"VU- KNii 4)iT 4-N 4i
May. t2S4j MWMHGVKW ICS
Pork . I
Sept. 17 S 17 85 I 17 8R 17 85 17 8S
Jan.. 10 45 20 67HI20 42-45 67H SOU
-pt so iw m tw jtv,
Oct.. 42 MM 42 te S
Jan.. 8 87, 10 07H 87H 10 07,1 10 00-03
Sept. It 40 11 40" 11 40 II 40 11 SJV,
Oct.. 10 9?-11 11 CO- I 10 4 10 M-97 10 SO
Jan..lO 10 "5 1 10 10 76 10 T4
OMAHA UYEJTOCK MARKET
Slow Trade in Cattle, as Usual on
HOGS FIVE TO TEN CENTS OFF
Fat Ikirp Steady aad Fat !
Flfteea to Tweatr-rive Ceata
lwr Tama Theraday '
i . Feeder Stork Raster.
Large Orders for Exportation and
Grata Scarcity Olvea Foaadaloa.
OMAHA. Sept. IS. 1914.
The wheat market acted aa if there
waa considerable muscle under It, but
notwithstanding this fact there were
losses, of l(ff2c for the day. There were
hedging aalea at both Chicago and Mln
neapoll and these transaction will con
tinue for a time to cut a swath In the
mater of price making. The bears were
In full control of the wheat pit after the
opening and the more daring bull specu
lators who attempted to hold the market
up around a certain level were made to
run for their lives whin prices started
downward and there waa no way of
checking the break until they had apent
One of the features of the wheat mar
ket waa the strength shown at Liverpool,
while there were losses at Chicago. Ac
cording to a publlo cable from Liverpool
the principal reason for the hardening
tendency of foreign wheat markets waa
dua to tha large demand from millers and
the diminution in the offers from the
.United States and Canada. Liverpool
grain merchants believe that fanners of
thla country will not be disposed to sell
wheat freely from this time forward and
that when the demand comes from tha
Importing countries which hava been
backward In making purchases, It will
militate for an upward movement In
There was further talk yesterday of the
spring wheat farmers holding onto their
wheat tightly unless they are paid higher
prices and it Is generally believed In the
southwest that farmers will not sell at
the present' price.
It Is said that In the' western half of
North Dakota fully 65 per cent of the
wheat' la yet to be threshed, while In
Houth Dakota and southern Minnesota
threshing Is half completed; that the
quality, of the grain is greatly mixed and
that a great deal of it la of light weight.
Corn ahowed more or less weakness
and I final' prices of the day were lVtf
lvso lower. The market seemed to lack
leadership, as well aa ahort interest, and
the volume of trade In wheat. and oats
overshadowed that In corn, and it la ex
pected that thla condition will continue
for some- time. Tha undertone waa weak
all day and there was an absence of new
buying. powery which was noticeable dur
ing the entire day.
Oata suffered- recessions of lifflHc yes
terday, and thif, too, in the face of con
siderable talk of heavy purchases and
heavy chartering - of steamers for ship
ment of this grain abroad. Six full cargo
steamers were taken at Baltimore tor
France, the total being ,000,000 bushels
In round numbers, and two small boata
were taken there for Norway for heavier
Wheat was lc higher.
Corn waa unchanged to ic lower".
Oata were unchanged to hie lower.
These. sales Were reported today: Wheat:
No., i hard winter, 3 cars, $1.02; 5 cars,
81.0U4. No. S hard winter, 1 car, $1.0214:
1 car, $102; 1 car. SL01: 2 cara, $1.01 : 1
car$1.00; S cars, SI.OM4. No. 4 hard
winter, 1 car. $1.01; I cars, 99c. No ide
hard winter, 1 car, S2e. No. 8 mlxTJ. 1
car, $1.01. Rye: No. 2, 2 cars, 83c; car,
82c. No. 4, 1 car. 83o Oata:, No. t white,
1 car. 45HC Standard, 1 car, 4Vic; i cara.
46c. No. 3 white. 18 cara, 44ic; S cara,
44a. No. 4 white, cara, 44!4c; l car,
44e. No grade, 4 car, 44c. Corn: No. 1
white, M car, 77a No. 3 White, 1 car.
76c. No. 6 white, 1 car 76c. No. white,
1 car, 76c. No. I yellow, 2 cars. 74c. No.
2 yellow, 1 car, 74c. No. 6 yellow, car.
73c. No. 3 mixed, 1 car, 78c. Sample, 1
car (yellow). 7HVe: 1 car (yeelow). 7Mc.
Clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 1.291,000 bushels; no corn; oats,
S. 000 bushels.
Liverpool closed: Wheat, unchanged to
Vjd lower; corn. Id higher.
Primary Wheat receipts were 2.537,008
bushels ana shipments i.zro.uw ousneis,
against receipts of 1.815,000 bushels and
ahtnmenta of 1.081.000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 323,000 bush
els and shipments 281.000 bushels, against
receipts of 043,000 bushels and shipments of
463,000 bushels last year.
Primary oata receipts were 928,000 bush
els and shipments of 72S.O0O bushels,
against receipts of 893.000 bushels and
shipments of 7o.ono bushels last year.
WheatCorn. Oats. Kye.
..w 340 8 143
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard,
SI. 01411.04: No. S hard.- $1.001.03; No. 4
hard, 9fifr$1.01; No. 2 spring. $1.0101.03;
No 3 sDrina. fl.OAOI.M: No. 4 spring. 9tcfi
$1.03; No. 2 durum. 94fc'BHc; No. S
durum, 938''- Corn: No. 1 white, 764
j77c; No. 2 white. 7Vi!77c: No. 3 white,
76W76c; No. '4 white, 76tj1''.ic; No. B
white, 75S76c; No. 6 white, 7iW&'7c; No.
1 vallow. 73.4i74o: No. 2 yellow. 734fc74o:
No. 3,vellow, Ts'aGTS'Sc; No. 4 yellow. 73fc
73V; No. 6 yellow, 721i'573c; No. 6 yellow.
(Sraic: No. 1 mixed, 73Vi'6'73ttc: No. 2
mixed. 73ffr-7S'4e; No. 8 mixed. 72tj"So:
No. 4 mixed. 724tr72',4e: No. 6 mixed. 72
73e; No. t mixed. 7U.4f"73c. Oats: No. 2
white. teVuic: stanoara, .in;ic; rvo.
m ...v.t AAlM.C1tAA: XTn A whit. UnAAUi
Barley:' Malting. Vr73c; No. 1 'feed, bi'(f
62c. Rye: No. 2. 8S3c; No. 3. bujxzc
Liverpool Grain Market.
. LIVERPOOL, Sept. IS WHEAT Spot,
market steatfy: No. I ManltOta. P4d:
No. 3. s 7W; No. 3 red, winter, "new, 8s
"7d; futures quiet; octooer, en; ueccm
' bar. s '4d. - ; -
; CORN Mpot. market nominal: futures
firm; September, a "a:. urioDer. os so. -'
FLOCK Winter patents, 3s d.
.CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION
' features of tee Trading and Closla
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Sept. 18-Peristont reports
of European business at the seaboard and
guir and good sales tiers to foreigners,
. put considerable strength today into
wheat. Although the feeling at the end
was rather nervous, the market showed
" an advance of 1H" to IV? net- Corn f'n
. Isr.td to JHo up, .oats with a gain
of Vtc to Uc, and provUiona unchanged
t? 12Ho higher.
Except for a brief period soon after the
- opening, the wheat market throughout
waa subject to bullish control. It was
sdid export transaction fur the day ag
gregated l.Ouo.OuO bushels. At the same
; time, there were advices that fanners
were selling less freely. '
Signs were not wanting that the crest
. of the -movement of the, crop - In the
spring wheat belt had been reached. Pre
. Ilctlons were made that terminal arrivals
from North Dakota would soon decrease
I a a material extent. On the other hand.
. country offerings from the winter wheat
. lection appeared to enlarge a little on
Corn trade tacked rolume, but the niar
' let hardened with wheat and aa a re
lult of sales said to have been made at
New. York fur shipment to France. A
"tmporary break early was due in part
' .u pressure put on the market by a lead
ing elevator concern. lH-fpU a sagging
,endency at first, tha oats trade broad
ened out later because of a renews! of
seaboard demand. Mome exporters were
said to have paid the highest figures ao
far on the crop.
Support from one of the large packers
r-l'---1 jirpvir Viif and more than over-
SOUTH OMAHA, Sept. 18, 1914.
CatTla. Hoes Sheep.
..11.770 l.oiS -T.W
. . 8.W9 3,13 $U
...;7.SM S.K i Vb.4.
,. '4.M 8,2 ' 12.399
...1.100 2. 400 18.147
WHEAT No. 2 red, tl.fhVbl.n;-No. 2'
hard, $l.WMfl.l0S: Nn- northern, $1.08.
CORN No. -S yellow, T7c; No. $ .yel
low, 77W77HC. '
OATH No. 3 white, 47H4J4Sc; standard.
48v?4S4e. , .
RYK No .'2. 91c; barley. MfrTXc;' tim
othy. It.OOfTfi M; clover nominal.
PORK-$1R.OO; lard. $9.52; ribs, $11.004 ll.BO. '
Bl'TTER Receipt 8,8.'7 tubs; creamery,
iXK5 Lower; receipts R.751 -cases: at
mark casAa included. 2Vci'4c; orltnary
firsts,' 21A21V: firsts, 22d-22tc
POTATOES Lower;, receipts 25 cars:
Jerseys,- 8fi9V: Mlchliran. 738'75o; Min
nesota and Dakota, . THfTSc; Wisconsin,
POULTRY Alive, lower; springs, 14Ho:
OMAHA- GENERAL MARKET'
PUTTER No. l,l-lb.. carton. 81c; No.
1,1, fiO-li). tubs. 30c.
CHEKSK-Imported Swiss, too; Ameri
can Swiss, 28c: block Swiss, 24c; twins.
1'iHc; daisies. 184c; triplets, l4e: Young
Americas, 19c; blue label brick, lfkv, llm-
IUIHC, , , u. , tn , i nf., , ,t.w i
white. 19c; Imported French Rejquefort,
FISH Trout, 77e; large crapples. Wfi
15c: salmort, 12ntxS; halibut, 94c; channel-
vniimii. i.- . 'iiv-, ill-, inniici, in ,
POULTRY Broilers, 164c; spring chick
ens, 13c; hena, 16c i cocks 4.' ducks, 10c;
geese, 8c; turkeys, 124c; pigeons, per dos..
90c: ducks, full featherefl. J0e; geese, full
feathered, 8c; squabs. No. 1, $L60; No.
BEEF CUTS Wholesale prices of beef
cuts effective September 14, are as fol
lows: Rlbe: No. 1, 21o; No. 2, 36c; No. 3,
as . w i . w t a nAu svT. It "1 . X.T
JSC. liDini: "to. x. uc , -u. , iiiv.
S. Wff Churkn:; No. 1, 13c; No. 3, lOHc;
14c: No. 3. IV. Plates: No. 1, fcic; No. 2,
Sc; No. 3. VAt.' - ' " ' ., .
Market quotations furnished by Glllnskl
FRUITS oranges: juxtra iancy veien
clas, 96e, 112, 12Hs, 160s 176s and 270a, $3.i5
net- box: Red Ball Velenctas. all sixes, $3.S0
per box. Lemons: Fancy Golden Bowl,
s and 360s, $7.00 per box; Biiver cora,
420s. 3COs and 80s, $6.00 per box. Apples:
Bellflowers, four tiers, $1.60 per box; four
. i U. Cl 1 nir Vwtv four
tiers', ten-box lots, '$1.40 per box: fancy
Washington I Drana unmm, ji.j i
box; fancy Colorado Jonathans, $1.60 per
-r ... ..... L'.UMnalnnl In IVr lh.
1 1 TV 1 I Linir, ' ' ' ...... . - . ' -
. ' . . i . a, 1 A . . K f UA.
riumB itanitn uruiirs, ii.iv v
CralS IOlS. 1.W IWr ID., iv-i-mm ,..w , w.
more, $1.00 per lb. Peaches: Elbertas. fcje
v. . tA,i K. w t . , I AUp rier box 1 600-
tmT ln' 80c ner box. Pears: California
$195 per box; ten-box lots or more, $1.90
box; ten-box lots. $2.40 per box; twenty-
flve-bo Iota. W.ao per om. trmmm. v
kays. $1.25 per crate; Michigan grapes, per
basket, lc; iwt-oassei. nu, i
Per bunch, $1.75W3.M. , ' .
VEGETABLES Cauliflower: IVnver,
124c per lb. Cabbage: 2c per lb. Onions:
YellOW, Z4C per in. , nsa, u F" i '
" - ...... u.t TnniitMi- Fancy.
Til. iiw M ' fc. - ' , "
Mo per basket. Cucumbers: Hothouse
tlWO QOS in UMHUifi " ----
beets, carrots and turnips: 2fo dos. Cel
ery: Michigan, oox.-, nvW
$1.00'per do. lettuce: Head. BOoMLBO
per doi.; leaf. 40o per dos. Shallots: 40c
per lox. iiaaisnea: o Ki , "r;
Italian, ,30c per lb. Horseradish: $U6 per
case, Asparagusr Howe-grown 30c per
flos. Potatoes New, 8Jc per bu. , fweet
potatoes: Virginia, $3.60 per hbl.;. Jersey.
WNtTTfl--Pal'ted peanuts,. $1.60 per case;
No. 1 California walnuts. 184c per lb.
peeana. 124o per lb.; filbert, 16o per lb.;
Ml5cELNEOUBShelled popcor'n 4c
oer lb : sugar walnut dates, $1.26 -Per bas-
$3.60 per case; per half case. $1.76 -checkers.
$3 60 per case; per half case, $1.76.
HON EY-83.75 per case.
Ne.w York General Market.
NT5W YORK, Sept. 18 SUGAR Raw,
mnises sunar. 6.12o; .centrifugal.
6.77c;' refined.ateady. .
BITTTEK Weak; receipts, .oi-j , iUuD.
creamery extras. . 3141 32c; , firsts, 284f5
31c; state dairy, finest. Sue.; current make
first 23W34c; seconds, 226124c: packing
stock, .current make No. 2. 20421e.
CHEESB-Steady, unchanged; receipts,
EGOS Unsettled; reoelptSi 13.349 cases:
sate. Pennsylvania and nearby gathered
browns and mixed colors, 27ft'30c. - ,
POULTRY Dressed. dull: western
chickens, frozen, l&4T22c; fowls, 144W2CC;
Kansna Cltr Grain and Prorlslona.
KANSAS CITY, Jievt 18 BUTTER-r
Creamery. 29c; firsts, 2Sifi; seconds, 24c
EGOS Firsts, 22c; seconds. 19c.
POULTRY Hens, 134c: broilers, 15c.
WHLEAT No. 2 hard, $1.0161.03; No J
red. $T.01ftl.03; September, $1.01; December,
$1.08: May, $1.11.
CORN No. 2 mixed. 75c; No. t white,
79c; September, 724c; December, 68c l
oa TS No. 2 white. fle; No. S mixed,
. .. I. I (
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Kept. 18 WHEAT
September. $1(: Deoember. $1.12; No. 1
herd, $1,124: northern. $1.064'1.084.
Wheat waa up about 4c aoon after the
FLOUR Advanced 20c per bbl. ' -BARLEY
667f69c. " -
RYE h75t8c. ....
BRAN-ie2.00. -. '
CORN No. S yellow, 75t7c.
OATS No. 3 white. 445? tic. . . . "
FLAX-$1.47(gl.62. . f
NEW YORK, Sept.. 18.-OFFE-The
coffee market was unsettled and a shade
easier today, particularly on Santos
inadea. Not mum change was reported
in the cost and freight situation, but
there were continued rumors that Brazil
ian shippers would accept bids at allaht.
concessions from the Quotod prices, while
further arrivals here and the continued
slack demand were probably responsible
for the - declining tonight of the local
spot market. Rio 7s were quoted at 6e
and Santos 4s at UNio. Hamburg statis
ticians estimate a decrease of 900,000 bags
In the world s visible supply for August
against an Increase of UOi.VXt last year.
' Money msrstrji.
NEW YORK,. Sept.. 18 MONEY
Foreign exebanae wew-r; cbles, $4.T76'4
4 74: demand. $4,936-4.7236. Time money,
7 to 8 per cent. '
SILVER Mexican dollars, 40c, nominal;
LONDON. Sept IS. SILVER--Bar. 23
13-16d per ounce. .
Fvaporated Apples and Dried Frwlte
NVrW YORK. Sept. 18. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market quiet. '
DRIED FRUITS Prunes, -quiet and
steady; apricots and peaches, dull;,
raisins, quiet. , ,
- - Saftar Market. -
NEW YORK. Sept. 18 SUGAR Raw,
weak; rnolnSt.es. 6.O0SJ6 12c; centrifugal,
6iVa6.77c; refined, steady.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. Sept. 18 DRY OOOD8
Cotton goods steady. Wool easier. For
eign merchandise reported coming In
more freely. - - . .
Pitcher Had lostrsl,
Charley Priiltt, pitcher on the Oakland
'oast league team entered a gayety
theater at Portland and proceeded to dis
pel the gloom and roonatony of a rainy
and dismal afternoon by catapulting bird
shot from his teeth with a toothpick at
the dancing chorus girls. Ills delivery
was excellent. Nobody walked off
'Prultt'e delivery indeed "everybody' waa
kept hopping," aa one chorus girl told an
I'ruitt was arrested and cbsrrarl with
disorderly conduct- ,
Official Tuesday .i.
Official Thursday ..
estimate r rioay ....
Five days ths..waek. .3.1,728 14.199 W.07S
Same days last week. .22. 773 15.481 1U.3-.M1
Same davs 2 wksj ago.26,629 28.673 122.3
Same daa$-wks. ago.22.06S 37.24 111.244
Saino days last year.. 27,74 27.403 1R9,S3
The following table shows the receipts ot
rattle, hogs and aheej) at the South Omaha
live stock market for the year to date, as
compared with at year: -'
1814 1913. ' Inc. Dec.
Cattle 687,v3 2.8tt S7.7W
Hogs 1.737.1W) 1,967.21.1 310,017
Sheep 1,931.115 1.846.633 84,486
"The following table she as the prices for
hogs at the South Omaha live stoca mar.
ket fur the last few days, with comparisons:
with one exception smaller than sny
period en far this veer. The largest run
of the week to date came on Tueday
anil then less than 4.ono head showed tip.
t 179 I ts
. . M .
M Ml M .
Ml I K4 .
H till I M
.IM 1M t Itk.
... rs 0
M I U
. . T4j
vi I in
.. I n
lo I so
Date. I 1914. 11918:1912. 11911. 11910.11909. 11908.
ti.l S 4 I 8 1
1. S S74 T 821
S.IS94S 77 $!
:V S 8441 1 1 8 !
18. 1 8 Stl-t,
1 8 29
7 7 18 S2!
1 1 8 t7
7 Ml 8 24
7 731 8 241
7 80 8 17'
. 8 85
8 09 8 89
8 061 8 361
7 781 8 as
7 89 8 86
7 87 8 3Sj
7 ! 8 43j
7 96 1 21
8 01 8 10
7 121 6 86
1 8 93
91 8 27
86 9 16
76 1 .
6 78 8 86
6 81 8 88
j 8 93
7 771 M
7 83 t 4
7 8vM 43
7 871 63
t 86 17
Itecelpta and disposition of live stock at
the Union stock yards. South Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at 3 o'clock p.
m., September 17.
HECKl PT0-CA RLOTS.
vaiue.xioars.Dneep.n r s.
C, M. St. P.,.
C. t N. W east...
C. & N. W.. West...
c; st. p., m: a o..
C, B. Sc. Q., east...;
C, B.i4k Q., west....
v., R. I. &. P., east..
Total receipts.... 43 Si
Morris & Co 246 407
Swift and Company 374 476 2,1'.'S
Cudahv Packing Co.... 217 oii 813
Armour at Co 7 t. 618 . 3,430
Lincoln Packing Co 4
Cudahy, country 123
F. B. Lewis 23
Huston & Co 9
Rosenstock Bros 39 ....
MeCreary A- Kellogg.... 13 ..,
Werthelmer Sc Degen... 70
H. F. Hamilton 39 ....
Sullivan Bros..., 8
Rothschild 14 -
ChriBtle ..-..'. .v 25
D. St F...... 4
Other buyers 740 .... 4.878
Totals ...2,128 2,354 13,142
" CATTLE Aa -usual on a Friday, receipts
of cattle were small, only forty-one cars
being reported In the yarda. For the five
days, receipts amount to 33,728. this being
the largest run for any similar period
since the first week In October of last
light this morning and, as usual on a Frt-
day.ethe iraae waa nwi veijr "'" -the
market, as a result, slow and weak.
The good to choice beef steers, both corn
feds and graasers, have not shown much
change during the week, but other kinds
are around 104P16o lower. -
Cows and heifers were also slow and
dull For the week the market has. not
shown very much change, Canners are
fully steady,' but killing gradea are id
some cases possibly a little lower than
last week's close. ,ul.
There was no- material change this
morning In the stocker and feeder market.
For the week the best fleshy feeders have
not shown so much change, being any
where from ateady to W4tl6c owor. On
:'!! li?-r SSSg
Kinaa oi iu-t!i ' .T. . .... a.
anit in some rases the less ae-
slrable kinds show even more decline than
Quotations on cattle. Good to eholej
cornfed beeves, $9 6010.26; fair to good
cornfed beeves, $8.76a9 .60; common to 'air
cornfed beeves, $7.76fc8.7b; good to choice
rr" ....... r! in 60: fair to rood range
Lr..,. iood.76: good choice grass
steers! I6.7W.W; common to fair range
ciws $ 2W.76; fair to good grades, $u.W
$1 & omTnon' to fair aradei -A
good to choice stockers and feeders. $7 60
fl.Oo; fair to good etock.ra and feeders,
r. u. i fair atookers and
85 2644.75; stock calves, $4.00.tl0, veal
calves, . siOtWiOLM;. bulls, stags, ate., $o.2-
.! Representative ,),.fl ' (
s. Pr. Ne.
, 8M 4 M 1
. 90 4 K t
. U 4 76 . .........
.MS I ti
.TO t 0 1
.-...;.. 6 10 1...
........1 7 I '
1170 I 76 1
1J T 1
m i4o hi j l
j 100 I 10 4 SB I 7 W
1 COW. ..... J"" w -r-- :r
1 cow...... ' 1 cow W 6 10
X7;""t Vri s,i a feeders.. 6"7
,. SM 6 1
,. 140 I H
,. U.0 10
.101 4 0
.. 771 7 40
..110 f M
,,.144i 4 10
. .1JU4 4 V
,.ltW 4 46
.. m it
1 steer 1180
6 rows 910
18 feeders.. 872
S COWS 890
1 feeder.... la
4 COWS 966
in :.j .
M ! .
,14 ... Ml II 4 ...
SHEEi t'ondltlons aiii-i-iun,iin ih.
trade in fat lambs tiiok a change for the
worse and very few Inmhs rhsnged hand
t ntll late In the forenoon It K..li. .
of how much decline the sellers were w-lil-li
g to accept. The packers were hearistl
rlxht from 41ir outset and the llhrrsl rr
celpts for a Friday helped thoni in tlif
besrlsh raid on prices. Vout 10:30 o'clock
a hi-eak was made and the milnrltv nf
the sellers beam to dlsixise of their lambs
on a basis 1M2V lower than vteirt.v
the ranjte belna larzelv at RiMiiit e...
the good to choice wrades, the less de-
siraoie ainos not sailing tihtll late. The
total receipts here wera soma is i:
and Chicago was reported aa having only
17.000 head, with the tendency to price,
weak to lower. ....
rat ewea were fully ateady this morn
ing, because of the nieaa-er sunnlv. ih.r.
being several loads of Wyoming ewe
selling first thing in the'mornlng at 8V8X
As usual, few wot hers were. In sight.
jn easier- reeling prevalleil in teller
imln, due for the most art to th
ower market on fat lambs and nnt to
any material decrease In the feeder de
mand, though the Inquiry was not aa
gooa as auring the tore part or the, week,
hut this la often the rase at tha week's
close. There was practically no change
In aged feeders, the supply being still
very meager and prices being In the same
notches. Two or three cars of fen1er
ewes moved early In the forenoon at $4.26.
Trade on the whole was only fairly active
wia inn clearance was late.
Quotations on range sheen and lambs:
Lambs, good to choice $R.2Mr.50; Ismbs,
fair to good. 87.404M 5: lamha fefir.
$6oi7.30; yearlings, good to choice $6.16
tra.40: yearlings, fair to good, $fi.754T.16;
yearlings, feeders. H 6016 00; wethers,
good to choice, $5.60fr6.SR; wethers, fair to
rood, 86 SvfrH.fio; wet hers, feeders $3.3firg
4 88; ewes, good to choice, $5.Srtf.05; ewes,
fair to good. $5 Ofww I". ; ewes, feeders.
NT t VAln ewa 101 8 SO
133 Wyoming feeder ewes W 4 "
24 Wvomlna ewea 106 $ a
101 native lambs 70 7 75
67 native ewes 8s 4 1.
44 natlva awes 103 III
TOM Idaho lambs 71 8 83
tlllCAt.O 1.1VK STOCK MtRKRT
Cattle Week Hoa Weak aen
CHICAGO. Sept. 18 ('ATTI.K Re
ceipts. I2ivn head; market weak; beeves,
SHViniH (f. sterrs, IsxiPi-i; stockers and
feeders, $5 Mv, rs .86 ; cows and heifers. $.1 70fl
.; calves, $8.6oM1.26.
HOiiS. -Receipts. 12.000 head; market
weak; bulk, $4 4.-00. i; llsht. $8 80tr! 40;
mixed. $8.3.rti9.4i: heavy, $H. nvy.0; rough.
$8.flt8 2.S; piss. $,.2.'i9 .00.
SHKEP AND LA MRS -Receipts. 21.0O0
head:- market weak; sheen, tvMt6.0:t;
yearlings, $.00ir4.9'; Ismbs, 7.0ntr8 o.
M. I.onls l.lve trk Market.
ST. IXJUIS. Mo. Sept. IS. CATTLE
Receipts. 2.7(0 head: market steady; na
tive beef steers. $7 MkS10.75; cows and hlf.
ers. $4.004151 46; stockers and feeders. $".0iV
7 V; southern steers. $6.0OjS.00; hs end
heifers. $4 ,! f. native calves. 84.000110
Hi M8 -Receipts, 7,000 hend; market
higher: pigs and lights, $T.76fi9. 424 ; mixed
and butchers. $9.1kfi.S6; good heavy, $8.ii
SHEEP AND LAMRfl-Recelpts. I.Thn
head; market loWer; native muttons, $4.06
trs.to; lambs, f7.tm..B.
Kanaaa tlty Live "lock Market.
KANSAS CITT. Mo., Sept. IS. CATTLE
Receliits, 1.009 heed: market steady;
prime fed steers. 810.00tff 10.76; dressed beef
steers, SSOKtrw. 76; western steers, R. imi
9 36: stockers and feeders. 6.O0tS 2; bulls,
85.f,76: calvea, 84.601? I o.M).
HtMlA Receipts. 3.300 head; market
hlrher: built. ii.404S8.8ii: heavy. S8.60.96:
ackers and butchers, x.4.vtf9.ur.; ngnt.
,ViT8 96; plga, 7.wnrs Z6.
SHEEP AND IMBS-Reeelpts. 8,000
head; market, weak; lambs, $7. ..vfls.60;
yearling. $.V76iff.76; wethers. $6.4fi.H;
Slona tlty Live Stork Market.
SlOT'X CITY. la.. Sept. 18,-CATTLE
Receipts, 900 head; market atesdy; butch
ers. $;.2.'i$7.00; canners, $4.0047-4.00; stocker
and fsederi. $.V9M 7 20. clv, $7.,fjl000;
bulls, stsgs, etc., $f. 7rHSA.
1KVJS Receipts, ?.rno head: heavy. MJl!
j8Vl; mixed. $V2?ff 4 8ft; light. $4 t-H 2.-: I
bulk of sales. $8. 2.1 . 80 I
SHF.R1 AND LAMPS Receipt. ;
head; no prices.
I. Jaseeh l.lve Stnek Market.
PT. JOBEPH. Sept 18 CATTLF. Re
ceipts fcon hend: market, steady: sieer.
$7l0.i0. cows and heifers. $4:M16;
calves. $7 04riOOO.
H is-Receipts J.0 head; prespecls,
6HKKP AND LAMPS- Receipt 14.000
head; market, strong; lambs. Si Octf.76.
Omaha l.a- Market
PRAIRIE HAY ("bloce upllnd $12.fvr
12 60. NV. 1. $11 OW2.00; No. 2. $9 00ft II 0;
No 3 17 0000. Uholce midland. $U f0-
12.09; No. I, $11001164; Ne. i. $90fiTl100;
No. S. $7.vii.0O. Choice lowland, $10.00;
No'1, $90Ol.0O; Ne. t. $7 00100; No. S,
S Onfl'7 Oft.
STRAW $4 6f910 for what, li.OOSJ
S.!o for oat or ry.
AI.FALFA-Choice, $18 SO; No. 1. $12)
H300; No f. $10 onsju.oo; No. S. no de
mand at S folio. oo. (
Sale of akeensklns.
IXlNUtlN, S4pt, I8.-A sale of Cape of
Ctond Hope and Natal sheepskins was
held today. There were 3,".7ii' pelt of
fered, but onlv 94 Mt wtiw sold. Th
selection sit a good one. but the demand
wa pour arid entirely from the home
trade. Prieaa on a smalt quantity sold
declined Kf?d per pound, or from 16 to 60
per rent. Short and damaged skins were
American Telephone &
A dividend of Two Ixillars pr share
will he paid on Thursday, October 16,
1414. to stockholders of rscord st. the
close of business on Wednesday. Septem
ber 30. 1914.
C) 1'. MUNK. Treasurer-.
ST. LOUIS. Sapt. 18.-MKTAIit-ld,
nominal, weak; $1 473.70. Sprlter, nomi
nal; $5 26415.30.
OMAHA, Bept. 18. -Rank rlaarlnga for
today are $,2n6,74M and S.941,0C9.44 for
the corresponding day laat year.
Rnd Logan tn t klrage.
Bud Logan, the Omaha youth who had
been so rapidly ellmhtng to the top of
the heap aa a welterweight pus, hss de
parted from hla native heath and I now
making Chicago his hendmiarter. I.o'in
has entered tha stable of Sliver Ferettl In
Chicago and Ferettl Is arranging several
matchet for him.
NOTICE TO 8KWKR t . liNT RAl'l OKI
Sealed proposals for furnishing the
labor and material neresssry for the
construction of the msln sewer. In the
city of Cotumhin, Nehrnska. will be re
ceived hy the city clerk of enld city tip Ut
8 Vclock P. M. of tha 2th day of Septem
ber, 1914. at which hour the bids will be
publicly or"d snd snnounoed by the
Snryor and Council of said city.
The work will consist of 264 leneat feet,
more or leas, of a double rectangular
reinforced concrete swer. 8 feet S Inehee
by 4 feet esoti. through tha right-of-way
and under the tracks' of. the Union Pa
cific Rallrond Company.-upon which bid
ders are required to hid separately from
the rest of the work, anl 2.400 leneal feet,
mere or less, reinforced concrete sewer,
7 feet 8 Inches by 4 fre and 84 leneal
feet, more or less, of two-ring brick
sewer, t inches in diameter, and
leneal feet, more or less, of 10-lneh Inlet
sewer pipe, and 14 manholea. more or less,
and 10 catch hsslns. more or less, all
complete The Engineer's estimate on
said work and material, on tile In. the
office of the city clerk, la $A4.6fV0ft. All
proposals must be niado oii blanks, to be
furn'rhed by the rlty clerk, snd seeom
psnled bv a certified -check on some
bank of the city, for $1.500 09 uncondition
ally payable to the Treasurer ft the dty
of Columbus. Nebrasks, or order, as a
guarantee of good faith, to be collected
and held by the city aa liquidated dam
ages. 1n case the bid Is accepted and the
bidder neglect or refuses to enter Into
contrsct snd bond in accordance there
with. Plan and speclflcatlona( togetter
with general attpulntlon snd' Instruc
tions to bidders to be made a part of thej
contract r contracts with successful
bidders, may be seen and examined s,t, tlie
Office of the said city clerk.
Columbus. Nebraska, September 1. 1914.
WILLIAM BECK ER, City Clerk.
P. 8. Copies of specification catte
had frem the speel.il Engineer, UF.
UotUchalk. for the sum of $6.00. B19d4t
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AH the new shades of blue and gray aergea, rich worsteds, tweeds, cheviots and Scotch effects la
blue and brown diagonals, pin checks and tartan plaids.
For the young fellows who want snap and dash we
have the latest English models, with soft roll lapel.
high vest;-also conservative models for men who are
more reserved in st
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ill for men and young men
mservauve moaeis ror men wno are
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one tailor In a hundred who could equal them
yet, Society Brand Clothes, are about half
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tailor work. We are exclusive distributors
for Society Brand Clothes in Omaha. All the
other top notchers are repreaented here, also
Strauss Bros. High Art Clothes, Adler'a
Collegian . Brand, Hlrch-Wickwlre, Schloss
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Balmaeaanal 8BIO to $3fl
Hare's the most serviceable of all top posts for
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ever. Big, looee fitting, roomy coats that hang
from the shoulders; box back, raglan aleevea.
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You'll need them now
the social season is
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day and look them over
you'll be surprised
at the splendid fabrics,
thorough finish and
elegance of styles we
are showing in these
suits at- '
$164, $25, $30
Ws are exclusive dis
tributors for mtrlefc'a
Coats for men and
young men--alses 84 to
48. All Wool. Norfolk
or Uouble breasted,
shawl collar with yoke,
plaited ' hack and front,
full belt. Colors are
brown, blue and oxford:
red and black; gray
and black; green and
black; brown and' black
plaids and hunters'
$10 to $15
We are Exclusive Distributors for STYLEPLUS $17 Clothes
It Klir.l fHll I im
t Values $2.50
PA I IV 14 ATQ Immense Purchase. Entire Sample Line of Two
u r iLLi HnL 1 u Prominent New York Manrf a43turen.
. ah I HI 4FJB r ha -" "V-w
a f.l-ra . W.7 4 75
. i heifer... 100 8 60
1 bulls I3a s w
lcow".... 970 8 00
4 feeders. ..11 8 10
n li1t.lt A SL'k
A UOWI .gr.v w -----
r. ..,r. 1105 8 10 7 cows W) 4 80
fully Musser, Nebraaka
Ml sierra... .1051 6 80 ' 43 steers... .10M 4 9d
, iiflO SO. 19 steers.... WW esv
2 steer .. ,1035 4 W '
is .t-a.ra....l2tt 7 la U stera...l225 1 it
la a.taers. . ..1210 7 16 .
M steers .,. V S SO 8 steers.... W0 8 80
S3 steers. .. Wl 48 steers.... W0 4 81)
HOOB With one of the week s lightest
mrs on hand prices received a aelback
this rooming, the generel market being
08-lOc lower than. Thursday. Advtoee
from other polnta were bearish and as
local ehippers had few orders the pack
ers were able to clean up the right run
at pretty much their own figures. A few
of the early sales did not look to be over
a nickel off. but prices weakened gradu
ally until the big end of the hogs sold
st a fc310c decline. Trade closed dull at
the low time of the day., the laat aalea
showing a dime break in the majority of
cases. The few hogs bought by shippers
were quoted ss anywhare from weak to s
dime lower, but ae was mentioned before
their purchases were very light and had
liu)e effect on the market. Movement
waa dull from the start and It was 10:80
o'clock before, anv sort of a clearance
waa made, thtre being a few scattering
loads unsold even at this time.
I...H. . V. I - . . ,1 m. IfiWl
r?UJK Ul l-IWO " n.tmAm ... vn.-v-
8 40, the long string landing at SK?
8.36. ' A load of good mixed hogs on the
light orflor soia to a snipper at ss.au and a
heavy load to a packer at tha same price,
which waa. high for the day. Prices are
now a big dime1 below the close ot last
Receipt were, estimated at thirty-six
cars or 8.400 head. For the week the
supply totals 14.1 head, being more than
1.0"0 head smaller than a week ago and
over n.'" head short of a year ago.
This week's runs are among tha smallest
of tlie ytar aud the five days' total la
A typical Brandels purchase. All high grade hats and enough of them to guarantee every
man bla exact sUe and absolute satisfaction aa to style, shape and color. Soft and atlff hats. Black
and all the new shades of brown, gray, blue and g reen. All the new bands. Also fine Austrian and
Hungarian velour hats in brown, black and gray. Many are silk lined. Sold in the regular way
41 these hats would be 12.60 and $3 your choice Saturday at $1.4S.
And Don't Forget Our Regular
V I Un.!ek A.. I mm Am
V' sanft41 V V tsftlWl eTaVt sWV W V I . awMM awaa .
bo ror 4bc
4 Itrandeia rie-lal Soft and stiff, $2.
S Wilson Knglish Derbies All shapes,
4 John B. Stetson Soft and flexible
k derbies, all the new fall shapes and
3 shades, at $3.AO.
Men's 75c Caps to
Sample lines bought at
great advantage; also many
small lots of caps worth up
to $1.00, all go
Saturday at. .-. . .
Boys' Hats and Caps
For School Wear
Every new shape and color
Including the new Rah
Rah. Values up to $1.60, In
two lots Saturday
25c .od 50c
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Ths Largstt and Finsst Boys' Department in Omaha
New Velour Fabric Suits (v.fM', fiH
Will Two Puri of Unci PnU SpeeUI S.lordtrlor V""
Here's a auit that can't be beat for wear and they are nice, dressy
suits, too. Positively will not fade or rough up. Suits are Norfolk mod
els and fabrics are in the beautiful new shades of blue and brown.
Boys' Blue Serge Suits
With Two Pain Pants S
Actaal $7.50 Values
Splendidly tailored Nor- I
folk suits, made of strictly . v 1
ALL, WOOL, heavy weight I I
storm serge. The biggest
five dollar value In Om
aha In boys' suits
'.ook. mothers who
hsvs boys to outfit!
Blouses with fitted
waistbands and pat
They war 40c and
78c. but bacaua
they ai sllgl.ilv
soiled. we'L sell
them Patur- 4Q.
Made with double
cuff and separata
assortment of pal
terna. Hlxes 13 to
- 1 4 neckband. Ac
tual 15o values,
Saturday Is Long
Trousers Suit Day
In Boy$' Dept. Second Floor
Vary special our High School
Model Suits for boys 14 to 19 yrs.
Chole of hmr afiferenf modal i
of Not folk in thw mow Engliih
pmtek pockot modmlttn aorgom,
TwooJt, CauMtmeres, Worotoda
anef Homotpoju tm plulm mnd
. Suits worth $12.60
are offered to you tn
thla special Sale Satur
Look at These Men's
High Grade Shirts
For 69c and $1.00i;
They are worth up to $!.00. There
are 2.400 shirts In the sale and l in.
best opportunity of all for every mm 3
who will buy a supply of shirts Bator- K"
aay. iney are niaoe or fine quality)
niaaraa. parcaies ana soisettes tut new
fall patterna. Neckband style, with
laundered cuffs and soft collar at
tached and detached.
Kil l rieaael thirts Samrls, ;5 dox.
Navy, tan and grayj ifcn I
worth to 82. snaclal at I WW ana J I
Men's Union Suits J
The entire surplus stock and alt tha a'
samples of one of ths best mills In the VK
country goes on sale here Saturday at - 3
ff 4 aciuai vauia -i nav ir. nni
of fine quality cotton yarns.
cp to 88.50 in four lots
75c, 98c, $1.25, $1.98
( Jutt Rocoiood m Nom Shipmmmt of
Silk Fibre Hoso .
Boys' Sweater Coats t
or School SI"
x. flaln 4
Extra fine quality, tn tan. black.
navy, gray and white rail
Actual lie valutaspecial
Wool and worsted. Fine for School SI
mrmmr t'ltK or without mrr PI. In
colors. Mostly samples or 41 awe
to go Saturday Q(JQ
Mea'a Viae Werste4 srweater Ooata
Hope stitch style; also fine Weaves
with large ruff neck collars; value
to 810, batuday lor
$3.98, $4.98 and $5.98
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