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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1914)
tloaaes and (gttiiti.
Fidelity Storage Co.
Storage, moving, packing ni shipping.
lth Jackson Pts. Fhone Donglne 3m.
STEAM heat, all modern, 7-rrxim house;
also 4-room flat. 330 No. 31.
Store. movM, parka, ahlpa; t-hoiwe van
ard I mm, tl 24 per br; storage 32 per
iro. Patlsfactory guar. D. 4:o A Ty. Z.
-room cottage, modern except heat.
2516 Mikd tt,. t-'3.
V, O. C. OMFS,
P. 102. H4 McCague Bldg,
IF you want strictly nxxrcrw noma. It
room, never tie lore rented, call Harney
nv. Low rent to right tenant. Twenty
minutes' walk from city hall.
MODERN 8-room hou., 4vit ci 2Mb Av.,
Vacant November 6. Inquire T. J.
3'ferien, Phone Harney 1094 or Doug. 121.
We have a complete Met of all nouaea,
apartmenta and tlata that are for rent.
Thia Hit can be aeen free of charge at
Omaha Van A Ptorage Co.. Si 8 luihBi.
8-ROOM house. 2218 Utnney; modern; hot
water neat; oaxn. t nong vxiwr p
T-R cottage, Etna Harney. H. 2126.
NEW '7-room house In Dundee, one block
rrom car line; bath room on aecond
floor, aleo lavatory and toilet on firet
floor; excellent furnace; rent, 332 W. Call
Seven-room houae. iua Capitol. Doug. 4o.
FIVE-ROOM cottage. 1040 S. 22d St.
4-Ii. mod. cottage, 719 8. 37th St., $26. 7-r.
mod. houae, UU Leavenworth til., tlB;
both fine locations Phone Webster 2o;0,
FIVE and ti-rooui cottage, modern ex
cept heat. 8. 18th. Call Doug. 6730.
7 ROOMS and sleeping porch, modern, up-to-date
In every particular. Doug. ttti.
2719 Davenxor t.
t-R.. modern except beat. Won.
WANTKD TO RLY-I want to buy about
a 2 ,Kt-arre ranch: must be good grsa
Itig land, suitable for raising hay. timo
thy, clover and alfalfa and have fair Im
provements. Answer must describe land
and tome direct from owner. Address T
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
KERR Title Uuarrfntee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. 8. 17th BL
Phone Douglas &4S7.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
fice in Nebraska. 204 lirandel Theater.
REAL ESTATE FOH KXCIUNGE
10. m OR 4.) ACKE8 of fine, level land.
rich aoll, close to two railroad towna
In Colorado, Just across the Nebraska
line, where you always get good crops
without Irrigation, for sale cheap, or will
trade for Omaha property, or acreage
near Omaha. Price of land. $'j per acre.
HASTINGS A HKYDKN. ISM Harney Pt.
FOR EXCHANGE-ti.OOO equity In 13
room modern house, suitable for two
fa nil I lee; bath and toilet on both floors
Box 7MS. Omaha.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
l-rnt mod. house, at 30W Muaou, for only
3- room modem house at 4rS Harney,
large ground. 235.
C-room nice modern houae at X16 Daven
tVrm. new mod. brick at Pl K. 25tb, 837.50.
-rm. mod. house at li" Lothrop, 336.
7-rnv, mod., 2860 Meredith Ave., M.
7-rra. house at 1819 N. 2tith, 311,
4- rm. houae at 2424 Larlrnore Ave., J17.60.
4-mi. houM, 2104 Harney, tls.
4-rm. oottaga at 2107 Ohio, W.
W. H. OATES,
47 Omaha Nat l Bank Bldg. D. 12M.
Wanted a Vacant
as first payment on a beautiful new 5
Terms. $23 per month. Phone Douglas
H. H. Harper
1013-14 City National Bank Building.
REAL ESTATE SVBt'RBAN
Bins BEAUTIFUL DUN.
DEK HOME, NEVER OCCU-
PTEl") f"" twn- Hea. strictly
modern, oak finish on first
floor, pine, with maple floors, upstairs:
las vestlbuK coat closet, large living
room, with colonnade opening Into dining
room, which has plate rail and paneled
wans; neat den or sewing room: handy
kitchen, with built-in cupboards; re
ft Igerator room, three good bed
rooms, five closets. Sun parlor or sleep
ing porch, tiled belli: all decorated
throughout: easv stair to store room in
attic; full basement, with cellar drain,
fruit cellar and enclosed coal bins; guar
anteed furnace and plumbing; fine light
fixture;, screens, window shades, water
meter; located on raved streets and
among good homes; nice lot. Price. M.l.A
At 4K3 Cuming Pt. lot taken as part
FlIONK B R PRICK. WALNTT J718,
FOR MORR INFORMATION.
$1S -r.. cottage, mod. except furnace,
eaf t front, paved street. 161S N. 86th St.
lis New S-r. cottage, mod. except beat,
two large lots, aoutbwest cor. 40th and
Parker 8 Is.
tit Nice 6-r. cottage, walking distance,
south frontage, nice location. 2602 Pierce.
$1 S-r. cottage, large south front lot,
walking distance, 2608 Pierce St
t2S-r-r., 2-story, square house, entirely
tnod., S609 Sherman Ave.
435 8-r., strictly mod., double garage,
nice location, northeast corner 19th and
SCOTT A. HILL COMPANY,
Storea aid Offices).
The Bee Building
(THE BUILDING THAT IS ALWAYS
Farnam St., 17th St., and on Court
(Price from f 10.00 to $50.00.)
Ask for the Superintendent, Room 103.
2ND blAJiJH ottice rooms or guiutoie for
light mfg. Wright A. Las bury, tot 8.
16th St. Doug, lbl
GOOD barn, room tor 8 or 10 horse.
1917 Webster. SU Call Douglas 43.
WAJTTED TO KENT
WANTED TO RENT A farm on shares
with everything furiiiahed. Addreaa C.
Coppock. tlorao-'a. Neb.
REAL EbX ATE
PARK Jt RANCH LAAOS FOR 8ALB
. . Arkaaaaa.
FRUIT anl grain lands of north Arkan
sas at reasonable prices. Write Fhifer
Bros. Realty Co.. Olvey, Ark.
BARGAIN 320-acr improved farm,
miles from Minneapolis; on good gravel
road; lays levol; about 120 acres under
cultivation, balance used tor pasture;
some line meadow land; can practically
all be put under cultivation; buildings
consist of e-rooin house, barn, granary,
corn cribs, macnlne shed, windmill, etc.;
good apple orchard. Price $30 per acre:
one-half cash, reaaonaole terme on bal
ance. Adjoining farm held at double this
price. Bcnwuu Bros., 1&8 Plymouth Bid-.,
IMPROVED 80 acre farm, 3o rmlea from
Minneapolis; 45 acres under cultivation,
balance used for pasture land, covered
with poplar and oak timber, very easily
cleared; no waste lend; neatest set of
bu.ldings In that vicinity, consisting of
house, barn, granary, corn crib, ate;
one heavy team, three Jersey cows, all
young, stock, 160 chickens, hogs, complete
set ot farm machinery, wagons, buggy,
cream separator; In fact, everything la
complete; aleo 15 ton of meadow hay,
8 tons clover hay; 8 acres of corn; SO
bushel potatoes, 10 cord wood cut in
stove length; In fact, everything on the
iarm goes ai s.om; la.htm cash, balance
ran aiana. ex. riwAtJ. BKU8., Ply
mouth Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
that can be bought for cash: must he
substantial, well built and good location.
Customer can Invest 120,000 to 1100.000.
W. R. HOMAN,
S31 Board of Trade Bldg.
e !iav Just been Instructed to sell
one of the newest, most modern, and best
located hrlck housea in Dundee, for a
price irss than the actual cost to build.
Owner compelled to sell for business
lessons. If vm, si km w
J10.MX). with the further Inducement of
having a thoroughly well built home,
with every modern convenience, and In a
location that would please you, see us
ini.. ir-ruin irrinonanie.
Glover & Spain
l-20 City National ' Phone Douglas
iGRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Buiirteii on Foreign Account Greater
Than for Some Time.
WHEAT MAKES SOME ADVANCES
RE Ali ESTATE LOAN'S.
CITY and l&rm loans, 6, 6 per cent.
J. H. Dumont & Co..Hi03 Farnam, Omaha.
WANTKD City loan. Petera Trust Co.
OMAHA home. East Nebraska farina.
O KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.,
101 Omaha Natl. Douglas 27U.
(1ARVIN HliDS Ln, and up.
uaav flivua Omaha Natl. bank.
HARR1HON & MORTON, 8lt Om. Natl.
W TP farm loana Kloke lnv.Co. Omaha
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
lTarniim GIHlik AV extA wt
s Main gjinn tt iv r trn-m.
CITY property. Larg loans a peciltr
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. l. Wead.
Wead Bldg., ith and Farnam SU.
MONEY on band for city and rami toana.
it itr di.,i.u . .. ti.ii . ... .
g. tt . uinuoi , vuy itlll, DU1K tHag.
em-ait oranaeis i neater wing.
BEE ua first If you want a farm loan.
United States Trust Co., Omaha. Neb.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
$450 buys a fine building lot in Maple-
wood. City water and sidewalk, one
block from car line.
$5.00 Cash $5.00 Per Month
Telephone at once, Douglas 2'J3t.
H. H. Harper
1013-14 city National Bank Building.
Beautiful little place of four large rooms
and bath; excellent location and nelgh-
hnrhonH Must Via n h. full.. Bn..M
elated; 11,660; 200 down and bal. Ilk rent.
bhuler & Cary,
Phone Pouglaa 423X 224 State Bank Bldg.
Eight-room house on tha nrettlest n.rt
of the "Prettiest Mile" Just north of
Rome. Miller's. Eat front lot overlook
ing beautiful Carter lake and the Iowa
hill. Two lots. For quick sale, $7,000.
Harrison & Morton
Dundee A GOOD-PLAGE TO LIVE
A GOOD PLACE TO BUY
Now Is the time to buy
On Easy Tenus
George & Company
P. TM. th Floor City Nat. Bank Pldg.
Uee Want Ad ArFamoua as Result
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The State Bank of Omaha,
of Omaha, charter No. 1173, In the State
of Nebraska at tho close ot business
October 31, 1M4:
Loans and discounts....! H.ORS.SM.OI
Bonds, spourltles. Judgments,
Current expense, taxes aiirl in-
Cash Item !!!!!!!
Dll flvim n.M.inul
and state hank.... 153,583.77
Checks and Items of
Currency i.. Kl.trs 00
uoia coin 7,790.00
Silver, nickel and
cent J.OS8 50- 227.734.34
Capital stock paid In $ 3O0.onn.0O
furplua fund 3MW.00
individual pn-fit 34.0fil.4
Reserved for taxes 1.214.7
Individual deposits -
auhlect to rhx-lc...tM BIS 7S ...
of deposit H, (530 00
Time certificate of
Certified check m.43
Due to national and
state banka lM.4ng.Sa l.oii 3S ft
uvposltora guaranty fund 3,784.98
Cera aad Oata Take 5arlnc
Price a a Resalt af be le.
ma ad from TVarrlaa; Na
tlaaa la Earns.
OMAHA, November 1!14.
While the buslnoK in grain on foreign
account waa douhilees ahead of aay pre
vtous iay'a business since the war broke
out ahroad. th vol. i me waa curtailed
no Utile by the views of holders.
"heat future were up lflv For
signers Were In the Irad ss buvers, not
only on the decl.nrs during the eailv
part of the day, nut they followed the
market a It advanced and obsorhed all
Clearances of breadstuff from tha ea
beard yesterdsy amounted to 1.2S:.I0 bu.,
and they received more attention than
the big primary receipt for two daya,
which totalled S.0,(W bu.
sentiment on wheat was decldedlv bull
ish after the close last night. Foreign,
era were not only on the Chlrago market
yesterday, but they were In every mar
ket of the countrv for wheat, an.) ihrv
also bought heavily of other grains. Bids
lor rye on export account yesterday were
to nigner, so higher at Milwaukee and
4o higher at Minneapolis. The principal
export concern In the rye market said
that hi house wired all over the coun
try for rye and bid fancy prices for It
and secured only JO.000 bu.
The advance n coin yesterday was
i(i ana wis in the far of an increased
movement in new coin, orm-n nm ii
t or good quality. Export trade Is Im
proving sharpiy and sales here ot cash
yesterday amounted tn 4.V, ( bu.
Oats were Tc higher and the export
nus.tieas was prohaMy one of the Isrgert
day's of the ciop. Sales were l.oon.'ivs bu.
tor foreign shipments. Weather la fine
for marketing and receipts at primary
points for two dava were 13".4.nno lui.
1 here wa a strong undercurrent In
"i" provision market, which wa a re
jection of the lighter stocks of manu
facturered prodncta There was an enor
mou decrease In the world avallahle
supply of lard and the disease among
cattle at the stock yards waa also a
price maker. The large packers were on
mi- seiung sine or all ui Duigca.
. Wheat was ll'4c hloher.
Old corn waa vtirlc higher, while new
corn waa unchanged to. 2c higher.
Oats were Vt4i4c higher.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour
dual to 6l,0f bushels; corn, none; oats.
Primary wheat receipts were 2.S74.000
bushels and shipment l,4s.fl0i bushels,
agalnat receipt of l.SW.ono bushel and
shipment of l.Mti.ono bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were S32.0O bush
els and shipments 2l.0n) bushels, against
receipts of 2,000 bushels and shipment
of Zfj.flOO bushels last year. Primary oats
receipta were DTO.non bushels and ship
ments 1.22fi.OiiO bushel, against receipts
of 7M,0no bushels and shipment ot (M.OuO
bushel last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats. Rye. Barley.
lVomher. tl tw'.Wl .; Msy, tl .1MII I'1.
Bl'TTKH Creamery, lo. firsts, tc;
seomlK. packing. 21S.
r?DOt Klrsls, JSt-; seconds, 1IV-.
roiI,TRY-llens. lie; rooster. : tur
CORN No. 2 mixed, ffl7iV-: No i white,
Tic; lvenilor, N-; Man. i1"!",
OATC-N" 1 white, 4.'(i'47'c; No. t
mixed, 4.v!l ts-
ELECTION RESULTS HELP
General Advance in Price of Listed
INVESTMENT ISSUES SOUGHT
Vital her t.nconraatng Factor I Ike
Announcement that Liverpool Cot
ton K.xchanee on Restricted
Raala of Operallona.
rtiaie oi iNenraeaa. county of Douglaa, :
I, F. N. High, cashier of the above named
tank, do hereby swear that the above
statement la a correct and true copy of
tho report made to the State Banking
F. N. HIGH.
A. T. KI,OPP.
WILLIAM A. DEBORD.
Subscribed and Sworn to before ma this
6th day of November. 1H14.
JOSEPH B. FRADENBtTRO.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
Elk Gity Douglas Co.
80 ACRES Almost new Improvements,
k-r. house, barn for 10 head cows. head
horse, small haymow, i tons: new rmn-
ary. new chicken house, good well. This
Is fine laying land, A-l aoll, I or 4 acrea
alfalfa; not a foot of waste land on It;
wlihln three miles ot three towns, aoutn-
. or r-ia iiiy, near Military road.
Tha lay of tha land and crops will abow
lor themselves. Let me show It To see
It I to believe. Price, tU.buO; term. It
1 an Ideal "neck of the woods" to be
n. and you cannot beat it in that neck.
Act at ones. Thia mean you, who U a
llttl bit, or decidedly choice. Bring wife
ORIN 8. MERRILL CO.,
N. C Cor. 33d and M 8t.. Bo. Omaha.
FOR SALK By ownei. 160 acrea near
Lodge Pole. Neb.; forty acrea have
been cultivated; fncd: no buildings; 114
per acre; one-half cash, balance I year
at per cent. A. J. Wharf. 219 N. Glen
wood avenue. Peoria, III.
FOR BALlv-vA "OKBAT BAROAIN.
Thu east bait ot section . town W,
range la. In Dawson county, Neuraska.
Oood 6-room house, barn, granary
and crtb; Improvements in good repair;
fenced and cross-fenced ; 20 acres In al
falfa, JOv acrts ainder cultivation; 7 mile
from Sumner and 12 miles from Overton;
ood tenon t; lieat of soil, no sand. Prloe,
Ji ptr acr tor u day. Term to suit
purchaser. CUATPOOL LAND CO.,
Nine-room house in first-clas condi
tion; t dundy lota, each 60x132 teeL Garage
and barn; Just oft boulevard. Incum
brance tt.f- Must move. Will sacrifice
greater portion of equity and many other
residence bargains, ail sizes and Dricea
J. F. WALTER. V
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
41 Omaba National Bank.
'Phone Douglas 7399.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
BIG SACRIFICE BALE.
1.C00 acres fine, rich valley land In
Morrill county. Neb.; eastern owner must
sell quick. Writ for price.
H1CK8 LAND -AGENCY. OMAHA.
Best uairy and general cop state In th
union; settlers wanted; lands for aala at
low prices, on easy ttrnu. Ask for book
bat U oa Wisconsin Central Land Grant,
citato acres wanted. Write about our
gracing lands. If Interested in fruit lands,
ask for booklet an Apple Orchard la
Wisconsin. Address Land Dept. Sou
Una fty.. Minneapolis. Minn.
kes VVant Ad Are tho Best Busines
REAL ESTATE FOR RE.VT
Farm far Heat.
FARM FOR RENT A fine dairy farm,
good bull. ilngs, 10 or more; c.ule, liorws.
sheep, poultry, farm machinery, pasture
all fenced woven wire, watr in each;
A No. lard about ITS miles wen of
Minneapolis. Will be rente.! very cheap
for cash. Don't apply unlnas you have
om means ar.d rry best of references.
Address Y 2D6, Bee.
And $25 Per Mo.
New 8-room cottage, .modern except
heat, with best porcelain plumhlng com
bination light fixture, screen to sll
openings snd storm window on north
and west. Bricked and cemented cellar,
large attic. All walla sanitary sand fin
ished except bath room, which Is Keane
cement. I,ot, bOxltt, with sewer, water,
gas. electric light and permanent walk
In and paid for. -Price, t2.2do. On Hew ard
St., two blocks from Walnut Hill car
line. Best of material and workmanship
throughout, and a dandy little home.
Tylw IBM. State Bank Bldg.
FALLS CITY, Neb.. Nov. 6.-6poclal
Telegram.) The republicans made won
derful gain In this county at yesterday'
election. The county went republican
with the exception of register of deed
and county superintendent. Unofficial
return from the twenty precinct how
the stat ticket, Morehead. 2.300 against
Howell's 2,064, a majority it 14 for
Morehead, where Ma majority In 15)12 was
almost 1.100. Reavl polled 1.894 against
Magulre a 1.654. For representative from
tho First district. Relschlck (dent), de
feated Ay res (rep), 2,204 to 1,424. In th
Third. How (rep,), 2.0H6. over Parrlott
Rlivi ?.rrnrn atrlrttw nia4a w j
w - - v. swuvi evil atllU I
Jones; outtj front; owner nonresident: '
real snsp for some one. i
O 'NEIL'S REAL ESTATE &!
Tel. Tyler 1024.
Resalt la Llneola.
NORTH PLATTE, Neb., Nov. 5.-(Spe-clal
Telegram.) Thirty-seven precincts
of Lincoln, unofficial, out of forty-four,
with' the balance making no material
change, give the following: Morehead,
l,t85; Howell. 1,371; Hoagland. 1.W9; Pear
son. 833; Pool, M0; Walt. J,l; Bmlth.
100; Minor. 1,134; Hall, (24; Hamer, 1.078;
Whitehead. 8li; Thomas, 1.S03; Reed, SS9;
Sear. L131; Eastham, 851; Beckman,
1.041; Maupln. 88; Hall, 1.1&3; Taylor, 816;
Holt Coaaty Officer.
. O'NEILL. Neb., Nor. 6-(Spelal Tel,
gram.) John A. Robertson (dem.) wa
!ected senator for tho Twenty-fourth dis
trict; V. H. Cronln (rep.), representative
rifty-third district, and Chrl Anderson
(dem.) representative Fifty-fourth dis
trict, was elected.
U0S Farnam St.
OWNER LEAVING CITY " "
Offers for quick sai an eUgant 10
reom re dence on one of the finest streets
on West Frnam Hid. If you want a fin
horn, call Harney lWi.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
A great, big snap In a clos-in 8-room
houke, fully modern; t nice botlroonis and
splmdldly arranged for a rooming houae
Price and t-rnie eatlafx tory to you.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Doug Ware Block
MAP OK OMAHA hTRtKTri. Indnjted."
also Omaha rd book, V vst po kit aiae,
fre at our offl.-e; two stsmps tv mall.
( barles E. Williamson Co., Krai Kstut.
Insurant e, care of Property, Omaha. o.'
Ty Cobb la out with a statement that
ha will .retire from base ball voluntarily
four year hence, for the reason that he
la tired of "tha unenviable notoriety and
wounded feeling h ha continually1 been
subjected to." Even his 1U ha been
threatened by wild fan, ha aay.
NEW YORK, Nov. t Today coffe
cables reported a reaction of Hd In th
rat of Brazilian exchange on London,
but there aoemed to b very littlo coffee
offering for al on tha cost and freight
market and th spot market continued
steady with pnoe unchanged at H for
Rio 7 and 10 for Santo 4s. Thara were
renewed rumors of European purchase
In th local market and advanco in war
risk have unsettled th Import situa
tion, but the visible supply l now about
luu.000 baga In excess ot last vrar and
buyera appear ta bo awaltincsh de
velopments. Dry Good Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. & DRY OOODS
Cotton good hteidv, yarna firmer; car
pet wool strongi i ; raw hk st's ly
dris goods quiet '
Duluth ... 4M
Omaha . . 47
Kan. City 2H0
Ht. Louis.. !M
These ale were reported today; Wheat
No. 2 hard winter: 2 care, tl.os. No. 3
hard winter: ll cars. tl W; I car, tl.07i:
2 cars, tl 07; 1 car, tl.08. No. 2 durum
mixed: 1 car. 11.01. Rejected: 1 car. tl 00.
Corn No. 2 yellow: 1 car (new), tTVfcc No.
3 yellow. 1 car. 70c: 1 car (newl. k-. No.
t yellow: 1 car. 70c. No. 8 yellow: 1 car.
inc. ro. i mixeo: i car. cuvtc. Pio. i mixed:
2 cars. 8i4c. No. S mixed: 1 car tnew),
1c. No. 6 mixed: 1 car. WV4jC. F.vmpie: 1
car. (Sc; I car (new), tec. Oats Standard:
1 car. 4.FAc; No. i white: 1 car. 4iA4c; t
rars, 4fc. No. 4 white: U4 cars, 4fic; 4
ears, 444c. Rye No. 2: 1 car, 92c. No. i:
1 car, ltc.
Omaha Cash Prices-Wheat: No. 2
hard, tl 07Hfil.l: No. 3 hard, tl.OOV4til.06H;
No. 2 spring. tl.06HJ1.08; No. 3 spring.
2 durum. tl.OelM.lO; No. I durum, tl 08V,
iri.w. vorn: ro. i wnite, itjnc; no.
2 white. 70470Hc: No. 3 white. 7frtt:ovo :
No. 4 white, 9Hfl70o: No. 5 white, .t&tt
"4c; No. white. 4iWo: N. 1 vel ow.
8941f76!ac: No. 2 yellow, tWtHOe; No. 3
yellow. tV4P0c; No. 4 yellow, SSinOc;
No. 6 yellow, (WgrrOr; No. 6 yellow, 60St
'ic; No. 1 mixed. t494e; No. 2 mixed,
8-SrirSic: No. 8 mixed, efatc ; No. 4
mixed.- 68fifl4c: No. 6 mixed, 6jili4,c ;
No. mixed. 6v?Sf.8'4jC. Oats: No. 2
white. 4i4Jr4flc: standard. VHiKjic; No.
2 whit. .46VtJ46Hc; No. 4 white, 44r4tc.
Br)ey: Malting, OOiTJc: No. I feed, 60
(69c. Rye: No. 2. 9IVirlrc; No. 3. Slid
CHIC AGO GRAIN AKD PROVISIONS
Feat a re, of ke Trad In a and Closing;
Price on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Nov. 6. Lively profit-taking,
due to the fact that price hsd risen
to a higher level than at any time since
early in Keplember. brought about a de
cided downward awing today In wheat.
The market closed heavy, ;(c to Vaic
under last night.
Corn suffered a net loss of Voc, and
oat of 4.C to H1fVc. Provisions wound
up unchanged to 20c higher. Holder of
wheat were prompt to take advantage
of a pew upturn today Jn prtcea. The
finish' wa at the low point of the ses
sion. European demand, which at first
appeared to follow the market during
the early advance, ahowed a nntlreahle
contraction here later on, possibly owing
to reported difficulty In obtaining ready
freight room on the Atlantic.
Big receipt of wheat at primary
points, especially i;nicago, Had a good
NEW YORK. Nov. H -The result of the
recent elections waa reflected today in a
broader Inoutry for Investment Issues and
general advances In tbt prices of listed
feciirltles luing traded In outside the
htoi k exchange
Another helpful factor Vs I he an
nouncement that the Liverpool Cotton
exchange is to reopen on a restricted bal
ot oprrat.ons tomorrow.
Ktoik exchange authorities denied re
ports that the representatives of th
British government now conferring with
American treasure officials and bankers
hnd siiKgcKted tho advisability of an In
defln'te suspension of regular market
Improvement In entlment wa most
pionounceu In the steel trde, despite th
belief lnt the October statement of th
L'l.lted states Steel corporation, to be
issued next Tueeuay, Is likely to show
another large decrease In unfilled orders.
Manufacturer In other llnee. Including
textiles, also expressed a more hopeful
view of the Immediate future.
Another advance in ratea on Paris was
Ihe featme oi the loreign exchange mar
ket, botii hills and check raising mate
nally aa a result of the rerun ed supply
i.l Mils. The London merket was a
shade easier. Exchange on Montreal rose
at.ln. the most plausible exp.anatlon in
that connection being found In the heavy
purchuscs made here by Canada for the
account of the Hritlh government. An
Increase of over t-TvOuO.Oitt )n the gold hold
ings or the Hunk of Knglund waa the
outstanding feature In that Institution
statement for the last week. Substantial
gains In total and liability reaervea was
also noted. The Imperial Bank of ler
manv added about tV.WO.OMO to its stora of
gold and increased its holding of
emergency and other bonk bote by over
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
Rt'TTER No. 1, 1-lb. cartons, 31o; No
1, 00-lh. tuba. Wc.
CHEESE Imported Bwlsa, 38c; Airier
can Swiss. 2r: block Swiss. Uu; twin.
Ifie: rials! lnu,o: triolets. Ifi'w: Young
Americas, lHc; blue label brick 17c; lim-
burger, 3-lb.. wu: l-ir., sue; new lora
whit. 19c; Imported French Roquefort,
FISH-Trout. 17o; large crappl. 10J
15c; salmon, Ugl&c; halibut, to: ctiaanel
cattish, IBc; plk. 17c; pickerel, 10c.
-1'ulJLTRY Broiler. 14Vic; spring chick
ens, lie; hens, 9illc; cocks 8c; ducks,
10c; geee, 8c; turkeys, lbc; pigeons, r-r
do., hoc; duck, tuli leathered. l"e; geese.
full feathered, c; squabs, No. 1. H w. tsi.
Market quotation mmitfhed by aillnkl
"ruit company: ,
i.Krrr.--A(iiinire. Extra francy Val
encia. iWs. 112. la. 160. 178. 2W. 14 0
p'r box; Red Hall valencies, an i-,
W.76 per box. I-emons: Fancy, t", Hua,
If. he, nor box- choice Red Ball. 800. 30s,
tfi.00 per box. Urapefrult: All sires. 23.00
per box. A I pies: r.xirs isncy waenina
ton Orin.es Oolden, tl 7K per box; fancy
Washington Grimes, tl.M per box; xtra
fancy Washington Jonathans. tl.M per
box; fancv Washington Jonathan. tl.3&
per box; fancy Colorado Jonathana, 81.2
Der box: Colorado Jonathans, choice, tl.00
per box; extra fancy Waahlngton Hoov.
era. 81. 84 ner box: Oregon Kpltienburgi,
tl.M) per box; Oregon winter bananas,
tl.76 per box; extra fancy Waahlngton
IHillclous, t2.00 per box; New York Green
ing, tam per narrei; New iorx uaia
wln. t2 76 per barrel. Pear: ' California
Clargleus, 82.2S per box; extra fancy
D'AnJou, 2I-5U per box. Grales: Cali
fornia Emnerors. 83.M per barrel; Malaga,
tS.flO per kee. Banana: Per bunch, l.Voi
VEOETABLEIS Cauliflower. KM per
crate. Cabbage: Per pound. lVc Cu
ucmbers: Pt 2 do box, tl.M. Celery;
Michigan, Sue per dozen; Denver Jumbo,
7."ic rwr do. Tomatoes: Fancy, tl DS
per basket Lettuce: Head, bOiti.GO per
dosen; leaf. 40c per doten. Onions: Shal
lots, 40a fcr doen; yellow, 214c per
pound; reo. l'A per pound. Radishes:
Per don, 3Sc. Horseradish: Per case.
xijba. uarlio: Italian. c per pound.
Potatoes: Per bushel. 7f-,. Sweet Pota
tons: pr barrel, t30u; Jersey, $1.79
p. urn wo. i California walnut. Io
per pound; pern, 12c per pound; Jumbo
pecana, jc per pouna. riioerts, ifto per
nound: filbert. long nsnles. 18o ner
MlNCKLil.AKlsuup Bhlld PoDcorn:
Per pound, 4c. Date: 8uitr walnut.
tl.4fl per box. Almonds: Per pound, 20c
Lime: Per box, tl.T6 Crackerjack: Per
case, (.M; per half case tl 7a. Checkers:
r-er case, n.txi. per hair ease, tl.Tt.
Pates: Dromedary, pr c. 13.00.
Honey: Per caa. 83 60. Fl: Twalva
12-ouneo, Sc rer pound. Cider: Per keg,
t-1.00; per half barrel. H.OO. Cocoanuls;
Per tack, t4.no; per doun, 75c. Squaih:
rer pouni, nq
New York (eaera Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 8. H VGA R TLm w
teady; molasses, 2.87c; centrifugal, 3.52c;
refined, eaay. 40 nolnta lower: cut lr
.90-; crushed, (.Me; mould A, t.Soc; cubes.
OMAHA UYEJTOCK MARKET
Killing Cattle Stronper md Feedert
Very Slow and Lower.
HOGS FITTZEN TO TKIETY UP
Fat LaastM TereatyFlve to Forty
Hlaaer aad rat "beep Qaarter
lllgber Feeder Heady
SOI" TH OMAHA. Nov. I.
Rclpt were: Cattle. Iloga Sheep.
Olilvisi Monaar s.i.j .li4
Official Tuesday .M4 4.M8 l'.4r.
(.itic.iat Wrunesriav.... 3.M.I 4.M I0.14A
Ektlir.aU Thursday.... S.&00 fc.tM e,W
Four day thl week.lk.sft 17.0M 47.7W
S-.ine day last week..J".iA la.n7l 84.49
Same day 3 wka ago..UU li." 184n
rxiiti nays a was ago..il.l47 14.374 U4.410
Sama day 4 wks ago. W.ivc l.v.ill
name nay last year . ii.lH3 3t.2 349
Th following table show th recvit"
Of rat lie, hogs and heep at th Mouth
Omaha liv stock market for th year to
data, compared with last rear:
1914. 1M2. De-
Cattle 79.,Mi 8W.7C7 80.1!-:
Hog L9I4.HM 2,ltil.4rn) S4A.7IM
fheep -.2.7e,Hil iU.Mt 3.iA4
Tha following talx ariows tha price
f6r hogs at th South Omaha II vo stoca
niH'Kei for the last few nay, with com
1 1 in.
Dale. 1HI4. l1.4 ilIJ.illl.Isiv.l!aw.llV.
1 . 7 :tvi 7 91,
IHj 7 'tl
K t fki1
M l 7 ut, 7 ftii
4 T K
7 MIVi! 7 Hi
Zi. I vs i 7 titii
a. 7 lm 7 i'
W.I 7 lM 7 741
7 iri J 7ti,
31.1 7 ll T Tl'
! I 7 10HI !
3. 1 7 0i t M:
4. 7 Ilv 7 W
e.l 7 .VSI 271
3. t 164.
27 I ll
so, 8 31;
I 8 441
! I KM
41 k 4.1
U l" s .
I 8 U
ll IN! !
121 I 01i
l V i
4 101 7 91 i
KM 9 01
Ui s ii I
I t 4U
T l i U
i ?i a 41
T 3 8 21
7 4l 8 U
7 Ml 6 -it
I aij 8 44
1 U, I 4i
I Mi S
7 7W S
I 6 tat
T ei 6 71
1 ski M
1 i4i 8 mi
9 191 7
Receipts and disposition of v toCk
at tha I'nlon tork yards, Mouth Omaha,
for twenty-tour hours ending at t o'clock
p. ni. yesterday:
Rtt KIT TF-CARS.
Cattle. 1 logs. 8heep.H'e.
C M. A Bt. P 3 T3
Walash 3 1
Missouri Paclflo ... 3 :' ..
I nlon Pactrio 3n 11 8
C'.. N. W., east . 1 3 3
C. N. W.. west.. 37 2u 7 1
C, ft. P.. M. O. 8 1
C, H. A Q., east... 11 1 4
C. H. A Q...west... 47 21
C. R. I. A P., east. 4 4 1
C. H. I. A V west. 6
Illinois Central 13
Chicago Q. W 3
Total receipt ...147 ii CO 1
Cattle. Hogs. Bhoep.
Morrl A Co...
Hwlft A Co
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour & Co
rvhwarts A Co
J. W. Murphy ,
Lincoln Packing Co....,
Ho. Omaha Packing Co
St. Clair Packing Cn..,
Indeendeiit Pack. Co.,
W. 11. Vanaant Co ,
Hill A Hon
F. B. Lewi
J. H. Root A Co
J. H. Hull
Werthelmer A lMgen...
H. F. Hamilton
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co....
Haker. Jones A Hmlth.,
deal to do with maklna conservative r,. vvw j t .... :' i 7
ir'A h.h"Ue i'T1 RrM",l.n th" bu,Jin.c; fine ?.nui;ted K: dhTmoNTd A. 6o;
da of the market. Despite uppped confectioner' A. 4.90c; No. 1. 4.7!c.
signs .of a smaller movement soon from UL'TTER Klrm; rclpt, T.W tub:
... . creamery extra, 4Vc; cremery,
terminal remain materially In excesa ot
the record at the corresponding time a
In th corn crop estimate that th
pew crop would be 78,000.000 bushels mer
than expected had an unmistakable
firsts, gne. seconds, 254)3hV4)c; pack
ing stocx, current maaa, no. J. ajrrsic.
CHEESE Steady and unchanged; re
ceipt. 4,6rft boxes.
FOGS-Ftrrn; recelpU. 11 738 case: fresh
gatnerea extra rine, Kar; extra; lira. a.
bearish Influenc. Clear, cool weather ;3;)?rKC; firts. S(BJ3c; second, tfctj 39c
that was favorable for maturing and
shipping tended also to lower the mar.
get. although moderate export sales con
tinued. Trade In oat lacked volume.
There waa no oall from th seaboard to
Provisions ruled decidedly higher for
thd most part. The sharpest advancea
were early In th day when anared shorts
were covering because of order to close
the stock yard here. On the bulge pack
era were sellers ena a somewnai easier
feeling ensued, but th tone at the dote
Artlclel Open. I Htgh.l Low. Close. Ye'y.
1 17il 18V
May l fittfl
10 47HI W I7V4
10 20 I 14 25
I 1M4 ll 178
49' V?': 4''Sm
19 60 i 19 40
10 1741 10 07H
Chicago Caah Prioea Wheat: No. 2 red.
$kl4fcl 1M; No. 3 bard, tl IvVBI.lSW.
C'trn: No. 2 yellow. 7';4c; No. 2 yel
low, nw. 73c; No. t yellow, 7i4gTt14c;
No. 3 yellow, new, 71fjf71c. Oats: No.
8 white, 47H4V: atandard, 44Wc.
Rye: No. 2. 9fc. Barley, twttfnc heed:
Timothy. t3 76id5.2t; clover, 1 10. 0014 0,1.
Provisions: .Pork, 817.M, lard. tU.07; rib.
FUGS Higher ;receipU, 4,87) cases: at
mark, rases Included, 18'tt7c; ordinary
firsts, t-'Oior; first. 274 28c.
POTATOES RecipU, 30 cars; market
t-lveroool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOU Nov. S. WHEAT-Spot,
teady; No. I Manitoba, kaiod; No. 2.
9s7'rd; No. 3, 94d: No. 3 western win
ter 9 4 'yd. Futures, atcady; December,
CORN f pot. quiet: American mixed,
new. 7 id. Future, firm; November.
67d. December, bs 'id.
KMM Cllr Grata aad Provisions.
KAN8AH CITY. Nov. 1,-WHEAT-No
: hard, tl OOGl.W'i; No. 2 rd. tl.8il wV;
state, Pennsylvania and nearby hennery
white, wiw; nennery Drown. jktj42c;
hennery gathered brown and mixed col
POULTRY Dressed, steadier: western
reasting chickens. !4t!7c; fresh fowls, 12
Qlic; froxen turaey. nnac.
Mlaaeapoll Grala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 6. WHEAT
December, tl 13, My. tl.lTi; No. 1 hard.
tl l; No. 1 northern, tl.l3'(1.16; No. I
northern. tl.lOtSl 131.
FLOUR Higher; fancy patents. i.Kr,
first clears, 14 Ml; second clears, 83.40.
BARLEY f 7 1 68c.
RIC E 9W04c. ,
COB N No. 3 yellow. fii.
OATi No. 3 white. 4V(4oV.
London Wool Market.
IXjNDON. Nov. 5 Nine thousand bale
of wool, principally Queensland Merino,
were sold at auction here yesterday.
The offerings were 'steadily taken by th
home trade at unchanged prices. 8coureds
sold ot 2s 3 VI and greasy at Is 34d Vic
torian scoured realixed 2 4d and allpe
and cross-bred s advanced from S to 10
HI. Iioal Gala Market.
KT. I.OIMH. Nov. I. WHEAT No. t
red. tl. 12il 13U; No 2 bard, tl 12HH.14;
December, tl 13S: May tl.W-vTM 30V
CORN No. 2, 7&V; No. t white, 7H
77c; IVeember 6c: May, 72'ic.
OATtt-No. 2. 47817; No. 2 white.
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 8. MERCANTILE
PAPER-"t9' per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Easier; sixty
day bills. I4.9715; for cables, ti.moo 4.i.
for detrsnd. t4 ft4r4.kVi',.
Hank f learlags.
OMAHA. Nov. 8-Bank clearings for
Omaba today were tJ.74i.u4 40, and for
tha corresponding day last year 13.419,
144.40. 4'otloa Market.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 8.-COTTON-flpot.
fair bus ness done; prices unchanged.
Hales U.HJW bales.
BT. LOCIH. Nov. i METALS Lead,
hixher. I3j;vjj3 40. Spelter, tionger.
Total... 4.H7 1.122 .
L'nic. lainty Is th chiet teature of to
muraet tr all k.uu ot llv stock, in
uutuieak or toot and moutn disease In
se.eia, eastern state aou t quarantin
ing of tnose state and th Cliicaao
markst has krouant about unusual oonui
tliuia In in trad and no one can lorin
any luea of wnat cnange irtight take
piac at any time. Tnia morning, due to
in tun.lng ul eastern order for stock to
thl point and also a desire on th iait
ot packera at Chicago to secure stock ir
next weea wnen ti.e yards at thai point
Will ii cloned, caused price on aome kind
ot li stork to auvanc wliuly. Vvnmuer
tola auvance w.u be tol.owed by an
equally big slump or by still greater an-
allies nu on can form an Idea.
cATTLhe-Keclpl at tills point were
light and run everywhere wer quit
moderate. The announcement Inst the
t hickfco yarn would b cIoimmI on rFlday.
nu stock being received or shipped out
after that date, mad packer at tha point
unmniii in secure aji manv cattl a woe
lulu so aa to huv a I. til gurp.n on baud.
1 i.e result waa that prtcea at v mcaao ad
vanced and more or less strength was
shown In western markets. Killing eattio
of ill kinds, ter, cow and nellara.
weie anyher f.om steady to Ul,a a
lltti stronger than yesterday. Moat kind
are arounu iac higher here than laal
While killer ware advancing pecu
lator and yard trader wer entirely at
aeu. an., we.e apparently afraid to tak
on additional cam. Ai a result the
leeder trade waa extremely alow, with
puce lower. In lact. It was mora a ques
tion oi tlnulug omeui.e i,n to buy
than It was a matter of pries,
quotatitn uu i.uii.. .wud to chotc
corn-fed bev, 19 OolOow; lair to gooo
corn-fed beeves, t.CUr9.4; common - to
fair corn-ftd beovas, t.7J 8.00; good to
choir tang stters, 87 404ja4u; fair to good
rang ktteis, 8n.7tf7.40; common to fall
rang steers, to.B3(4,.7(; good to choice
grass heifer. n,0o7 0U; gnod to cno'C
grass ' cow tti.7rto8.Co; fair to good
grade. 8n00g37t; common to fair
grade. ttOuuis.U); prima feeder, tloua
8.40; good to chotc stock ers and feeder
7.30U7.b: fair to good (tockera and
leader, te.eiKU'7.20; common to fair stock
er and feeders. ti.gv43.0l stock heltcrs,
14 7ti.00; Block cowa. W ; stock
calves, I7.80ial0 00; veal calves, t7.6OlllU.00;
Lull, stags, etc., S4 BOia
At. rr. N. At. Fr.
Ml I 10 II IIS U
bTkEhK AND HEIFERS.
41 V NI 4. 444 9
KM IN 81 "1 (4
T71 t 84 33. 84 10 Ot
.14 8 B
PTOCKER." ANf FEEDERS.
1 O l n 7 hi 4 ai
14 ,V4 4 10 a .' 4 M
I "10 4 14 II ;t 4 7
4 lilt 4 10 Till 4
M4 4 f II TM 4
13 H ID 4 Kl IM
i 7 4 Ml 4 er4 7 Ce
3 4M 4 !,0 3 473 7 U
feeders., fit 4 W) 4 feeders.. 713 8 S1
8 Calves... 2M 7 fr Scow m 8 00
clve...4M t 2ft 1 calf 190 8 00
b feeders.. 80 8 to 2 calves... IV, 10 OO
11 feeder.. 7 0ft 8 feeder. . 97J 7 00
8 steers.. ..1071 8 98 3 cow 911 4 SO
28 feeders.. IK4 7 2
Hen Paunders Neb.
1 row T0 6 40 1 cow 11SS 8 40
2 eows.....irtV. 8 40 11 cow 893 40
1 heifer.... 8 77'
C. A. Mullen-Colo.
1 COW 1100 8 Oft I cow 1120 3 09
9 hull 1117 8 70 2 feeder.. 700 8 60
37 cows est 4 75 1 cow 1130 00
HOOP As tody wa the lt dy of
open market at Chicago until November
M. local buyer all wanted tn lay In a
fair supply of hogs, and while poller
were all very bullish, buyer succeeded
In getting a few loads early at figure
that were not over lfa" higher. Before
many had sold, however, a report of a
3l,iH) cent advance In Chicago) brought
seller upstanding, and they began ask
ing sa minh aa a half dollar advance.
Buyer, while they refused to pay thesn
S rices, raised their lids until they were
i to ." cents higher, and although It
was bard lo get the offerings to mov
ing freely, they finally bought th big
end of th supply on thl basis Ship
ping orders were larger than for some
time, and thl wa a large factor In the
trade. Shipper, to fill their order, wer
forced lo take om pretty weighty hogs,
and aa thia brought them Into direct
competition with packera. a lively scram
ble for nearly all grade resulted. Every
thing had been sold by shortly after f
Th general trd i 18 to 30 cent
higher, and a most of tha hog sold at
th big end of the advance, th avercg
Is around a quarter hlghr. MosC of the
sale were made at 87.58 to 37.48. with a
lop of 37.W, several loads reaching thia
Receipts amounted to about seventy
f1v cara, or i.oon head, bringing the total
for the four dr up to 17.11 Thl I a
gnln of 3. Mm bead over last week, but I
over short of a year ago.
No. Ae. Hh. it. n. AT. g. fr.
1J 4'l 11 4 IM .. TXI
" " ll 44 :0 44 7 14
' 14 .. 7 14 44 lit .. 7
M IT .. I It. r.'. 3 34 .. t S3 '
i' 7 30 4l 113 ;4 Ti
378 II IH 7. XJ ... T 84
3 3T4 .. 7 II M MS 8 T I
-t -IM .. I 4 ...104 .. t 11 .
eM It 1 11 33 40 I U
4 4 IM T M M 7 l
4 IM M Ik 41 II) N 111
4? I .. t 34 17 IM .. JI7U.
4" J 1J4 TS 18 104 JK) 7 3714
tt& 154 T I 14 114 .. 7 44, '
140 7 .1 HI tt 330 T 40
,. IN 41 St .. 1m
It 4rt U 7 94 47.. ......S44 4 7 4
4 I4 M IH 10 l 140 T 40
S4I ) 7 f S3. JJ4 0 T 40
44 Dl 144 f 80 II ! 10 t 4
4 S 40 7 10 44 SHI 4M t 40
!-0 jnt ,.TM . ...... . .. t 40
4 324 4ei 7 M 4 SSt .. 7 4
4 t4 IM 7 10 41 IM 8 7 40
45 11 7 84 41 2M M IN
1 HI l 7 44 47 H4 M t
3 Ml N t N 378 31 T 44
ll rw .. 7 o a jt 4 t
M 371 328 T S 41 Ml .. 44'
8 198 .. t t4 47 144 10 T 44
M 143 .. 7 XSti 314 S40 t 44
4T I IT T 88 81 4Mt 344 t 4 '
314 4 7 44 47 ..KW ' .. 7 44
31 tm ISO T 44 U Ill .. 7 44
1 "7 .. 7 34 7i Ill 44 T 44
IT Itt 8 T 34 314 8 IM
set m 7 la m aa w ta
r4 ?oo T II 410 . . T te
41. Ill 40 7 81 ! HIM
14 ISt .. 8 80 M in ..7 4.
SHEEP Ft sheep and lamb continued
en their upward flight again thl morn
ing until the advance amounted tn fully
2.',,i40c on lamb and a big quarter on
grd sheep. There were aot enough
feeder offering of any kind on tba oir-,
ket to try out values, price being quoted,
nominally steady. The thortag In the
receipt for th day and for th week
thus far not only at thl point, but at
outside point a well, ha had much to
do with forcing prices up on tho previous
day of th week and today.
Aa much aa 88.88 was paid for three,
load of fed western lambs, top for tha .
day and week, and th highest Price
Fine July, when lamb sold at ta. 23.
Today' top on lambs la Ui highest price
ever paid In (November In the history of
the yards. Last November th top waa1
3. The bulk ot the lamb today gold at
83.C0ii8.78. The highest price for ws
for any November waa also paid, as some
ewes reached 35.78. Last June ewe
brought 38 99. Pome fed yearlings brought
37. tha hlghcat slnoa August, whn tf.te
w not a ion on Ph.iep and Lambs
Lambs, good lo choi", 2.fttfl.5; lamb,
fair lo (rood, 87.764)'8.S0; feeder, good to
choice, 34.7W; feeder, fair to good.
rl 2fr$4).60: yearlings, ood to choice, f?.254t
14) ; yearling, fair to good, .737.26;
yearlings, foedera. ti 4080; . wethers,
good to choice, ts.G0ftt.7T; wether, fair to .
J ood, W.254B8.80; weth'rs, feeder.
86; awes, good to rholoe, 33.fMrt.7t; ewe,
fair to good, tSlMjW; wa, feeders,
"no. Av. fr.
197 80. Dakota feeder lan.h....1 8 80
38 Ho. Dakota feeder lnmba....t 80
47 ho. I'akota feeder lamb. ...tn U
107 Po. Dakota feeder lamb... .82 3 80
47 Bo. Dakota feeder lamh....fi 3 80
41 Po. Dakota feeder lambs. ...81 0
234 Bo. Dakota feeder lambs... .82 4 80
122 ro. Dakota feeder lambs. ...61 M
!3 Idaho feeder lamb : 88 ' 4) 38
71 fod lamb 77 75
M native goats 81 4 to '
27 natlv bid 44 g 50
182 fed ewe 110 t 71
S3 fed ewe no I 78
2M fed lamb 8 78
It" fed lamb , 90 t 63
147 fed yearling 102 7 00
212 fed lamb 88 8 85
178 fed lamb M 1 ft
14 fed lamb 84 88
118 fed lamb 8 r.
390 fed ewe 110 I 10
241 fed lamb 73 ' 7 to
8 fed lamb 84 80
14 fed ewea 123 6 78
CI Idaho feeder lamb 81 7 00
87 cull feeder lamb 41 4 Si
3f3 Idaho lamb 60 4 09
274 Idaho ewea 9ft 8 18
Ti cull wea 88 3 74
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattl g teady- II a tasettled
'CHICAGO. Nov. &. CATTLE Receipts,
4,000 heed; market (teady to 10c higher; '
beeve. 4ri.Vty U.OO; tMr. 35.70ir28; row
and heifer, t3.80oi0.40; calves, f7.2f.4J10. 76.
HOOP Receipta. 19.000 head; market
unsettled, opened afiOjbOc higher, advanca
mostly loat; bulk of sales, 47.&0r7.U; light,
t7.3Vfjj7.8o; mixed. 87 Hfll.tO; heavy. 47 M
780; rough. r.287.; pig. HOrrfToo
higher at 34 Mtr7.00; early top for hog.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recetptg. tl.OOO
hed: market 10o to 38c higher; ahoep,
9S7Mt.HO; yrllng. H754J-7.78; lambs,
Kaaaaa Itr Llv Stock MarkeA
KANPAR CITT. Nor. &. CATTLE Re
ceipt. 7.O0 head; market higher: prim
f"x steer. 3? r.4i'll. 01; dressed beef steers,
t7.7iq60; wtrn steer. t7.0O4ji3.tO: Block
er and feeders. t OOfJt.00; bulla, t5.264t7.t;
HO".-Reclpts 18,009 head; market
higher; bulk, I7.40tr7.78; heavy, 87.4647 80:
packers snd butcher, f7.50tt7.tc: light 17.35
4J7 70; pig. tH80J7.28 ....
PHEEP AND LAMBS Reoalpt. 14 OrtO
head: market blfrhar; lambs, 88.O0eM.78:
yeariings. 95 744,75, wethers, I5.imat.2i;
t. Loala Live. Stork Market.
ST. tjOl'18. Nor. 8. CATTLE Recolpt,
1.40i head: market strong; natlv beef
rteer. 37.604$ 10. 7; row and heifer. 3&00
tJO 56; tockr and feeder. t6.t047.tO;
southern steer. t6 7t7.76; cow and bett
er. 84.0"4U: native calve. t 0gl0 M. .
HOOS Haeelpta. 3.800 head; market,
hlsher; pies and ll'hta. 34.2.7. SO; mixed
sndbutcher. 87.2047.70; good hvy. 37.46
PHEEP AND TAMBS Receipt. 1.9ft)
bead; market hiaher- nauv muttons. 84 00
C5.3S; lambs, r 0034 9a
St. Jno'iili LT4 Stock Markej. '
ST. JOSEPH. Nov. 8. CATTLE Re
eel nts, 2.100 head; market Udy; steers.
t7.0ifjri0.28; eows and kalfers, tt.0UQ.0;
HOGS - Reoeint. 1.200 bead; market
o pee in 36c higher.
SHEEP AND LA M BS Receipt. 1808
head; market 26c higher; lamb, M ii&
Evaporated A rules and DH4 Fralt
A?r?rWEit. N0V- 'WT
DRIED FKCITS-Pmnea. ataadr. Aprl
cot and pcache dulL Raisip steady.
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