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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1915.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Receipt Lipht, Demand Poor
asd Price it Urfthang-e'd to a
YELLOW CORN HOLDS UP WELL
OMAHA. September 33. ISMS.
Wheat receipts were llitht tnrlar and
the market sold linrhnl tf "V loser
i he ilrnitnil for wheat was not Vfrjr Rood
n1 the sales wore pretty lltrt.
The com market Hold unrhnni'd to ee
lower. Corn recelpta wre thirty para,
and the demand for this crfl waa prelty
ei'ttve. Yellow corn soM al about HP
premium over the white and about 1c
shove the mixed.
Osts receipts were Itood and the de
mend we quite active. The oata market
old about Uc hUher.
Harley Bold at preotli'el'i jr unrheaiKed
prlrwe. while rve waa 0'ioted io higher.
Clearance were: Wheat and flour
quel to 630,000 bu.; corn, 7S.O0O bu.; oata,
Liverpool epot wheat waa unchanged
tnd apot corn waa unchanged to V,t
Primary wheat receipts were 2.3T.7.ono
bu., and ahlpmenta a.:ii0 bu., aualnxt
recelpta of 1 ,rti bu. and ahlpmenta of
1.J71.00 bu. lest year.
Primary corn recelpta were sWi.onn bu.
nd shl)menl CS, bu., SKalnst receipt
of i7.iV) bu. and shipment or .in 1m.
Primary oats receipt were 1.12S,r) bu.
nd shipment 1.4" ' bu., aa-elnat re-
Cdpts of 1,31, cnu hu. and ahlpmenta of
14, WO bu. lut year.
JAH UJi HrX'KlI'Tf.
Whet. Co'-. Oa".
CMcairo ; t;l 1M JtiJ
Minneapolis 4r.1 ... ...
Omaha si i") 29
Kansas City 171 25 11
ft Louis 1112 ti 14
Winnipeg 1J0 ... ...
Xpeae sal were reported today:
V heat No. a hard winter: 1 car, II.0.1H;
t rare, 1MB; 1 car, tl.U; rare, tl.lMVfc;
1 car. ll.OiVi. No. 4 hard winter: 1 car.
t7o, 4 car. Mr; 1 car, .; I car. Me; 1
car. Kto. Ham pie: 1 car, she; 1 enr (vel
vet chaff), Kite; 1 car (heattn, ;
rare. Sue; 3 car. 87c. 1 car, H car,
1 car (burnt). 6:k so. 4 mlxril: I
car, Mo. No. 3 velvet chaff: I cur, fl.ulVa.
No. 8 velvet chaff: I car, $1.01. No. 3
durum: 3 ran, 1 . No. X nurtim: 1
car, 31 00. Rye-No. 8' 1 car Corn
No. 1 white: 6 rata. tsc. No. 8 white:
1 car, 'c. No. ts white:: 1 car, ua.
No. I yellow: cars, ?c H car, nno,
No. a yellow: 3 cara, &c. So. 3 mlxiil:
a car. ; i rar, c. No. 3 mined:
I car, ; I car. ,-r. No. t mixed:
1 car, V. No. 0 mixed: 1 car. iVi'.
Oate No. 1 white: 1 cr, 'V. Htndnrd:
1 car, a6"V. No. X white: i rr, 3V;
3 cara, io; 1 car, li,o; 1 car, 4Hr. No.
4 white; a cur. Sic. ramplu; 1 vur (rot
Omaha "ash Prices -Wheat: No. a tur
kev, UiS: No. I turkey. 1.04vti
1.061, No. a hard, 3101tfi 1.04'; No. a haru,
ILOoill-WH: No. 4 bnril. fr-ZnlUo; No. i
spring, 3Merfl.V4: No. S aprlnic, tl.AOu1.03;
No. a durum, Wicill.Uii; No. a durum,
isJcbtl.Mi; no arale, fiuMo. Corn: No. 3
while, 6r(iMv-; N. a white, .tiWc:
Vo. 4 white, HCUtiOtic: No. I white, eiHif
o; No. a white, H(tKHc; No. 1 yel
low, Wi7e; No. a yellow, tttjVti'.jc;
No. 4 J'e.Tow, ftu'MrC: No. t yellow,
WJc; No. yellow, Vi: No. a mlxi.
.Vc: No. mixed, AVaWc; No. 4
mixed, S''ii.'ic: No. i mixed, tttfitw,
Mo. mlxid. li (iJV.Vi data. No. a while,
1F.'-c; tanUrd, IWC' No. a while,
M'ifiWjo. No. 4 white. ?.2rTr. Harley:
MaltinK 4ii(-; No. 1 reed 4Mi-t4c. Kye:
No. 3, a&Vniiidic; No. 3, hiV( nWc.
Chlcairo c'loelnii price, furnlahed The
Bee bv I-oirnn tr Hivnn stock and irraln
broker. 'M Sixteenth treet. Omaha,
Article! (pen. Hlnh.l 1,'iw. I Cloe. Ven'y.
Mav iD-.OiMU M
Corn. ( )
Oaik g I
Knt I S7'4
O t-.i 12 M
1 Jan.. I 15 00
Oct.. I 10
ii 43m " (
14 074j 14 vu
Jan..! I 35 j
Chlceso Cah Prlcee-Wheat: No. I red,
Jl 14; No. 3 rel. ll.Of ul 13: No. 4 red. $1.01
1.7; No. 3 hard, ai.wtrl-H. Com: No.
1 yellow, 74a74'r. Uat: No. t nominal;
inianl, . Kye: No. 1, 97o. liarley.
5xiHH-. HeeU: Timothy, H.WV'ii.OO; clover,
aia.oufiia nu. ProvUlon: Pork, ll2.br.
Url. "74; rib. $7.&-'Vfc?i.2.
HL'l TICK Higher; creamery, 31rlMio.
KUtJS Higher; receipt, H.4'3 caaea; at
(nark, oacs Included, lsfr-ac; oidlnary
ltrt. !:!'2V: firata, 13034a.
I'OTATOKH Iwer; receipt, 4S carJ
A.h'itilidn ad W iM'uneln, white, 4jSo;
Ikimhc ot ohioa. jJso.
ptMILTRY Alive, unsettled; fowl. 13H
fcH'ic; aptlnga, l.i'wit'liJo.
(1IICAUO tiRAlM AND PROVISIONS
Keatarea of the Trmdlaar t'luata
Prleea Bear 4 t Trade.
CHICAGO, Bpt. 33. DecreaatiiK atocka
In the n"5'hwet and dlmptxilntlnuly
email recelpta here gave a.ilcclded ad
vantage today to the bull aulo of the
hee.t market. After a nearly conilnuoua
advance, pil.a cloend trona'. lVio to 4Ho
net blKher, with 1 wnmlmr at ln'v'w',
and y at Kv Corn flmched rtlo vtt
to Uc up, oats with a gain of 'Ai-Uo to
eiiil ,rovUk;na varying (lulu io
ilwlmii to a rlae of U'Vto.
Hepieinber wheat alioria. In purtloular,
found Ihuiuaelvea tn a tuht pokilion, the
advances in price for ilvltvenc on thl
month's contract being of a character
bordering on Ihe seiiaallnnal. AwHrdina;
to one authority, the acnivity of supplies
waa xpluined by m rilon that exports
nave mil ieen so reaiiielru a the tiailu
ha in genoial awuiiivd. and that millers
throughout the .ViLn-lM.pt! and Mlseourl
vullos lieve ln buviiia with ununuat
freedom at Minneapolis and elsewhere In
the spriiia L..41 crop Hull Inline here
went tar even as to venture prediction
tuat Mliineaiioiis would leit atcuinuiato
mu'-h It th- way of a surplus "luck until
after the cloe of naviti-iiioii.
LncvriMliiiy aa to whutlier N, 1 velvet
chaff wheal would be acceplvd on ordi
nary heplcmber contract hi r did a good
Uol to chum the tX'pientber plion to
aecvnd la a raiher a.ctHulMr manner.
No final de'uioik lutd been rvachtd by
the l.unrd of Trade tllrr tor i j, to the
close of trailliiK hour. A Urt. amount
of that kind of wheat waa aald to be
hearted for Chicago, but if Ihe direct...
ruled It out. shorts feared that Ihe
meaKei neaa of flhe stock of coutra t
wheat here end tho icantlne of arrival
of wlnicr wheat would result in a serious
sgueesn here before (Vtobir 1.
lneplte frunts over llllnol. Indiana an.l
"hh, the corn market ra.tsvd It.w.r.
Tenders dlaoounted rixrl of dainaa
and nave attentkn to a foiectut of
nrmi-r weather. Oats ralli-d with wheat.
N'lrlhweeteret Interests sold, but other
Ik offi-rlnxs wre llKht.
Ilisher pru ne for hoes sir. imhen.nl
provisions, tin the bolse, 1iomci. pack
ers tooK to thu im UIiis il l .
KW O It K OKMCH tl, MtRHKT
(Uiiu at ah la va arluas
' te m ed 1 1 1 ee.
NEW YORK. Kent, r. rTXll H-ilar-k
t "itilet mill sleaay.
liHctT-fMii. Im-Kular: No. 1 red and
No. i held. f UK. c 1. f . Krw York: K ..
la.rlhui. liulutn. ai(x, and No. 1 uurlh
fill. Al;MUlla. , c. I f lljffulo. t'u.
t.i e I ii,.. rH.-1'tesnber, 31 .JO.
4'HN nH.t, stead; No. t yellow, M'c.
OATs-..,t, ay: No. 3 while. 4XH-.
1 .A Kl t-n in; n.ld.lle wi st, A.ai.ijt( i,
liAXuiet; No. 1, No. i, H.li;
Imirt -Mm 1 . Hiale, I'oiiiinon to
clu.lie. I';... ; ,.; VH1, fc'o hsj; l'aulfiu
" - tbu l.-.jii
HUitii- Meady; liogou. i3)o; Cen-
r tvl Ain. It. , .....
Lt:A h!- i.- K n.i; li. a.l.x k ftrsU. tyi
Sl.;- fc-t .if.il. ,i ;
PlfV l.-.l- .-..ik. steady; ,nes. lU'.OO
r-;N!..- isnuiy. ii o.xi i ala.rt clears,
3 ii. i.k--f, .ni,'i, liters, a'.no.y
i l.tml.. ft,- - M ird. flr-n;
in! .lU'e Tal'.ow, steady;
ii .c, iwai), t,--M' m.r mitv-
lil "11 l.rt itad ; receii.ts. mi tubs;
ciMiiiiWT eiia, ,.jjjc; !uL. Si4) J nc ;
, ' '-(j-i.-.. 2 .' 'i
r i' .4 irtrnKisr- rcelita, 1 hf rase;
fii.ii Kti..'l extras liiiu, b"i-',l-; ex
" !''-' " '.'i:,;r, filets, i(elJ,i; set-
--oUJy, receipts. t.r,H buses, j
Slate, whole milk frct.h, fists, ec1aia,
ll"'HI; sversse fiincy, 14V'
POl I.THY- I Jve, steady; western chick
en. IV; fn-s, i;if?ilHc; turkey IHc.
dreeeeil. dull and wenH; western. iroen,
roastlnu chicken", VrnXc; fresh fowls,
lied. U'4filc; fresh turkey. Iced, lMj 1 ijc
OMAHA iKr.Kl, MAHKRT.
PITTRH-No 1, l-lh. carton. IKo; No.
I. M-lh. tubs 32c.
CUKE KB imported Swiss, e; Amer
ican Swiss, 3cc; block Kwlsa. lie; twins,
1ic; daisies, lc; trivets, lc; Young
America. IKic; blue label hrlrk, ln'-c;
limhurger, 2-lh.. 20r: New York white,
ls'l-c: Imported French Roquefort. 40c.
Kl.H-Trout. 1c: white fish, 14c: hali
but, 12c; channel catfish. lc; codfish, 10
t)12c; mackerel, ll.c; salmon, 14c.
POl'l.TKY Men. 12c; duck. 13c;
geese, 10c; turkey lie: roosters, 8c
lli;KE TTS Hlhs. No. 1, lir; No. ,
17c; No. 3, la'-ic lilns, No. 1. 21c: No. 3,
17V: No. 3, Uc. Chucks, No. 1, HVfcc;
No. 3, UOc; No. 3, Sc. Hounds, No. 1,
1(r4o; No. 3, 14c; No. 3, 13c. Plate. No.
1, v,c; No. 3, 'sc; No. 3, Hc.
Following product furnished by OUIn
sky rult company:
FRIITS Oranges: California Valen
cIhs. 17i', 2"", 31s, 25". o.M box; Cali
fornia Valencia, 1M, 3asa, :. $...25
box. lemons: Kxtra fancy Oolden
Howl, , 3.1 no box; extra fanny Oolden
itowl, !Wiii. 34.50 box; extra fancy Kunklt,
i., turn, 34 r.O box; Red Hsll, 34.00 box.
Peaches: Colorado Klbertaa. o crate;
Colorado Klbertss. large quantities, no
crate; I'tah Klbertss, 6fs box; 31 bu.
Apples: Wenlthles, l.'.6n bbl.; Jonathans,
3.1. , bh ; California Relleflowera, 11.50
taix. Prunes: Italian. ' crate: Italian.
iiienlltlca, 90c. crate. Pears: Ran let ts,
fane', 32.75 crate; Flemlah Realities,
Kheldona, Clargue. 32 on to 312f. crate;
Kelfers. bushels, II 25 hu. Grapes: To
kays, II 50 crate; Concords, homegrown,
22c basket. Bananas: Medium fruit, fi
to I2. bunch; Jumbo fruit, Chsngutnnia
and Port Umon. 4n lb. Cantaloupes:
Ollfornla Mission Rrand. Htsndards, 32 76
crate; California Mission Rrand, ponies,
12 25 crate; California Mission Rrand,
flats. II crate. .
V 1X1 KT A RI.KK Csbhsge: Homegrown,
IHc lb. Pepera: 5oe basket Head I.et
tuce: II. Leaf Lettuce: Mk? do. To
matoe: Market price. Paraley: 3ro
dox. Onions; Washington, lc lb; Rpsn
Isli. 11.50 crate, tlreen Peas: 50c basket.
Celery, c do. Wax and Green Beans:
Mc basket. Rutabagas: le lb. Potatoes:
Ohlos. Oon hti. Hweet potatoes: Hampers.
II. '.V hamper; Vlrglnlss, barrels, 175 bbl.
Nl'TH No. 1 walnut. lc lb.; filbert.
15c. h. ; Rraalls, I2'C lb.; pecans, 124c
lb.; almonds, 2oc lb,
M I HC K I -LA N KOI ' Cror k er Jack : 33. 50
case; ' esse, 11.75. (Nirn pop; Case,
13.36; case, 11.66. Peanuts: No. 1 raw,
o lb.; No. 1 roasted, 8c lb : Jumbo, raw,
7o lb.; Jumbo, roasted, On b. Watermel
ons: Po lb. Honey: 14 case.
Kansas City flrnln sad ProTlsla.
KANHAB CITY, Bept 33. WHEAT -No.
3 red. 3UkVH l.! No. 2 hard, l.l1l 18;
Kepiember, 11.04'x; December, flSW, May,
t.'ORN'-No. I mixed. So; No. 3 white.
7c; Heptemher, 65Vc; Uecember, 628314c
OATS No. 3 white, SSHfltfTWc; No. I
RCTT1- l t.'resmery. 27c: first. 26c:
seconds, 23c; packing, lAVic
KoOp r Irsls, im:; seconds, v.v.
POULTRY lien, 13c; rooster, c;
Liverpool tirain JMaret.K
IJVKRPtX)!, Kept. 22 WHKAT Boot
No. 1 Manltol, lis 10d ; No. 3, Us 3d: No,
3. 11 7Hd; No. t northern fHiluth, U 6d.;
No. 2 red western winter, lo Sd; No. 3
hard winter, 11a lod.
tVHN Moot, American mixed, new,
4. I.oal" Gretn Market.
ST. LOIHS, Bept. 23. WHF5AT No. 1
red. nominal; September, $1.11; Decem
CORN No. I, 71Hc; No. I white, 70He;
September, TQo; December, f3So.
OATH No. 3 and No. 3 white, nominal.
anneaoll lirala Market.
MINNKAPOL1B, Bept. M.-WHBAT
September, 9H; December, Mo; No. 1
hard, H.OtlH; No. 1 northern, ll.OOHifl.OO'.
NHW YORK Bent. K.-OOFFTOTO-Tha
market for coffee future waa. very quiet
today with fluctuation somewhat Irreg.
tilar Heptember wa lower under a lit
tle liquidation, while later month ruled
steady with May selling up to 142c, la
sympathy with steadiness In Rrsxll. The
opening waa unchanged to 3 points higher
and the market closed net t point lower
on September, but 1 to 4 point higher
on later dol'verlea. Kale 4,600 bag!
Keptemlier, .0o; October, .llc: Novem
ber. e.l3e; December, .14o: January, UDoj
Pehruary, 6.24o; March, K)c; April, 4.34c;
May, ,40o; June, .4c; July, t.62o.
Kpot, steady, Rio No. 7. to; Kanto No.
4, 1K Coat and freight offers were steady
with quotations ranging from about 3.400
to R.$6o for Kantos, 4s Fngllsh credits.
Rio exchange on London was 1-164
jilsoer) nilrels prices unchanged.
' Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. Kept. 32.-COTTON-Kpot,
steady; middling upland, U.40c hale,
Future opened steady; October. 11.02c;
Deoember, 11. V; January, 11. Uo; March,
U.aio; May. ll.OSo.
Cotton futures cloed steady; October,
l.lo; December, ll.tstc: January, 11.7So;
Msrch, 11 fto; Mav, 13 17c.
The cotton market closed steady at a
net gain of from 4 to 11 point for the
I.IVFmPOOL. Sept. a.-vrTtN Bpot
steady; good middling, .3cd: mldilling,
s.ikid; low mlddilng, 6.U7. rieles. 10.UW
NEW YORK, Bept. 22.-lHTALA-Rx-change
quote lead, $4.50 asked. Spelter
not quoted. Copper, flrov. electrulytl.t,
118 00. Iron, firm and uttohauted. Tin,
dull. 343. bUil 33.00.
At London: Spot copper, 70 3a M;
futures, s71 U; eleotrolytl. 37. Tin. Kpot,
flU; future 11 SJ io. Antimony; 1X6.
Lead: Ji'X U d. Kpelteri US.
Dry Oeeda Market.
NEW YORK, Sept. 23. DRY GOODS
Cotton goods, yarr.a and silk higher;
worsted yarns aotlve; burlaps higher;
order were received during the day for
suomaniiai quantities or knit goods for
a car Market.
NEW YORK. KeDt. 22.-Kl'nAR-Raw.
nominal. centrtfusal. 4 27c: molasaea.
Jik.'. Refined, quiet. Kugar future
oMned eaaler today under continued
liquidation and at noon prices were 3 to
Kvnr-te tnnlea end rrte4 Krej't
NEW YORK. Sept. St, EVAPORATED
APPLES Market oulet.
LHIi I) Kill' ITH Prunes, easy; sprU
cola, firm; peaches, quiet; ralslus, steady.
He.1 I mm r'orve la Hnssla.
GENKVA. 8pt. 23. (Via Prla) Aus
tria. Oeiniany ami Russia have concluded
an agieeuient under which the American
Red Crona will be authorised to send
twenty-five physicians and fifty nurse
to Russia and Kibeila to care for Oi-r-tnan
snd Austrian prisoners of war. The
li-eeter part of the Red fro as worker
as been boen heretofore In Oeruiany and
Disastrous effects on American trad In
the far eaal, a columned shortage of
freight toniiase on the Pacific are pre.
dieted in a report on the freight situa
tion by Consul Oe .rial lleorse L Anrier.
sua at Hong Kong. China, made public
bv the bureau r forrin end domestic
lomnwrce. The report indicated thst Ja
panese shipping lines, which virtually
control the 1'aclflo trade, will continue
to discriminate In favor or Japanese
roiieia 111 apponionuig space In steam
ers. Counsel for Vnlon raclflo Railroad
company stooklioldera and others filed a
brl-f o e .'. ii - c . irt attack ne as
unconstitutional the Income tax provisions
of the I'nderwoiMi-Kliiiina tariff law. The
attorneys contended that while the six
teenth amendment empowered congress
to liuiMMH) a tux "on Incomes front what
ever source derived," the trainers of the
law had stretched It to cover many taxes
other than on Income. It waa asserted
too, that there was no constitutional
authority for taxing a specific clara of
persons, unmarried men. inore than others
or fur the super-tax imixwed upua men
with Incomes of over 3jv,Qmv.
Buetues conditions throughout the
uunu-y are allowing Improvement and
tiade generally la i.i. king up, according
to members of the feUcraJ advisory coun
cil, whli-h held Its ratiar quarterly Bea
no u with ths IV.Imi.1 Rearve board
ietually every tlon of the country
was leoreseiiied. The dla. uoKn of con
01' tons waj brief, but ihe opinion ex
pefd were tiientlcai In tenor, that lin
pnjwmeiit is appelant. The cuuii.ll diJ
I not take up the cre.111 loan t.y Alinnul
umii&cia to lue aiuta.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Eeceipta Heavy and Prices
Steady to Lower Sheep Ee
HOGS TEN TO TWENTY HIGHER
OMAHA, September 12, 1016.
Receipt were: Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
Official Monday .... 17,13 3J4 S.7
Official Tuesday 10,241 3.J14 47,.'il
Estimate Wednesday.. 7,Oi0 3,800 .0H0
Three itavs Ihla week U 454 ft.10 1M7"'i
Paine dsvs last week .23 7.15 15 7' 123. PM
Kame data 3 week ago 27 1.3 !
Hameday3 week go 23 7T.1 14.07H lOS.Jfi. ,
Bame days 4 weeks ago 18.473 21.37 5 74 344.
Same days last year...2,l3 ll.v.s in.no
The following table shows Tie receipts
of cattle, hogs and aheep at the) Omaha
live stock market for the year to date a
compared with last year:
115 1314 In.
Cattle , 7f301 810,47 148,174
Hogs l,i:0.4!4 1.75,470 3."24
Hlicep 1, 16,17 1.014.148 151,031
i ne following tstie shows the average
prices for hoss at the Omaha live stock
market for the last few nars wlLb com
Date. 1916. ll9l4.ll9l3.lllH2.'1!11.llin '18"
Ilecelms and lsta1tlon Of live Mock
at the Omaha llnlon Ktock yards yester
RHUKI PTS : A K 1AJA OO.
Cattle. Hogs. Shp. H'r.
C M. 4V Sf r. 6 3 .. ..
Wabash 1 I ... ..
cllle .... 3 3
Inlon Paculc 77
C. A N. W., east...
t!. ft N. W west... W
C' Kt. P., M. A O.. 3
C, Ii. tt Q., east...
C, R. ei west.. 07
C. K. 1. k P.. east. I
ft 30 1
C , It. I. A P., west. ..
Chicago u. w a
Total receipt ...2M
Morris A Co 657
rls lft A Co 1,061
Cudahy Packlnr CO....L124
Armour A Co 610
Kch warts A Co
J. W. Murphy
IJncoln Packing Co 63
K. Omaha Packing Co.. 4
C olin Packing Co
Kherldan Meat Co
W. B. Vanaant Co....,
Benton, Vanaant A L.
HU) A Bon
F. B. Lewis
Huston A Co ,
J. U. Root A Co
J, II. Bulla
II. f. Hamilton
Hulllvan Bros.. ,
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co...
Raker. Jones A Smith.
Tanner Bros 176
John Harvey 133
,leiinle A Francis 44
Other buyer 1.306
Totals 8,811 3,126 41.3
CATTLB Receipts were very liberal
again today, 333 car being reported In.
Thl make the total for the three day
thl week 34.424 head, the largest of any
similar period since the beginning of the
range season, and larger than a year ago
by 6,000 head. On account of the liberal
run and the fact that other market were
reported slow, buyers seemed to feel that
they could afford to take their time In
lilting orders. For this reason the mar
ket opened slow and dull.
Feeder buyer were out In fair seaaon,
but they were all looking for good to
choice feeder and gtookera, of which the
supply was light, buch tattle did not
how much change, but sold at steady
or very close to steady priues. The me
dium kinds of fesders continue glow, the
same as they have all week, and tho
tendency on such cattle has been steadily
downward owing to the liberal supply
and lack of demand for that kind.
Uuotatlons on csttle; Oood to choice
fed yearlings, 0mrU6; fair to good fed
yearlings, 3HMii00; common to fair fed
yearlings, 3H.5oti8.60; good to choice heavy
beeves, 39 0Wi86; fair to gooe) corn fed
beeves, 3s.Hit)00; common to fatr corn
fed beeves, 34.7titr8.80: nrlme grass beeves,
38 0tiK 40; good to choice grass beeves.
37 4B8.00i fair to good grass beeves, 3b.
4J7.40; common to fatr graas beeves, 84.W
itii'. good to choloe grass helgere. :'
J.35; good to choice grae cows, 36.86tfH.36;
air to good cows, c. 26d6.fc6; common to
sir cows, 3l0ofi26; prime feeding
steers, 37.7cfi8.40; good to choice feeders,
37. 81.417. To: fair to. gtood feeders. 3.tOiu?.36;
common to fair feeuer, 36.60(K.0; good to
chide stocker. 37.764I8.3&; fair to good
tucker, 3h.754i7.75; common to fair
tockera. 36.50v4.75: stock heifer. 18.009
7.35; stock cows, 8o.6uspl.6: stock calves,
r50e.60; veal calves, 33.0O4ilO.O0; bulla,
tags, etc.. te.uove.e".
7 feeders. 394 00 4 cows. ... 883 I 60
SO feeders. 7 4 W 10 feeder 700 ? 00
11 fedrs.lt)14 7 00 40 steere...UW 3 70
43 steers.. .1116 4 10 47 steers.. .1133 70
73 steer,.. 1074 6 46 123 steers,.. 11S3 70
14 ateera...U&0 7 20 36 steers... 364 T 80
IHMJS Kor the third time In three day
receipt were extremely light, about fxrr-ty-two
car, or 3,3u0 head making up to
day's supply, Kor the 1 1 ret half of tho
week, only about 8, its) head have been
received, Lclikg only a little ever half
as large as last week, less than half the
sue of the receipts of two wseks ago,
and a shortaga of about 8.UX) head as
compared with the same daya last year.
Three days' supplies are ' the smallest
inoe the second week of June.
KhiPiung erusrs were largw, and out
side buyers, took care of fu4iy half the
supply at price that, while uneven, were
aharply higher, advances of from 10tuti6o
to aa much as c oeing quoted. i Heir
purchases Included good huge of weights
running from light to fairly weighty
butchers. The top of 37 o waa paid
for a load of butcher weight hogs.
Packera ware a Utile slower In getting
stsrtnd. but under the pressure of heavy
ahiUDlna' Duruhasers wtia forced to fol
low the lead i the ahlppers. and their
purchases were fully lUiiioc higher, and
I11 spots gain of as much aa l.n3uo were
quoted. The market was a vvty aotlve
affair, and everything had been cleaned
up before 3:Su,
The big end of the edvenoe waa due to
a combination of light runs and liberal
hipping order. Most of the parking
hos moved at a spread of 8.hq)7.0u,
with a scattering of heavies as low as
3 bo. and a fair showing of shipper
Na. At. eh. Pr. Ne, At. tie. rr
411 ... 4 l ZS Ml St T SO
,.4ll M 4
..lit II t T
. r , . t
..til t 7 1
. . 3W 3 7
,.U S IS
..va te t is
..lt ... 3 m
. ... tM
. . IS at
..M St t M
.14 s in
K ... I
. a T k
.hi is ts
4 t 4
1 im ... as
j hHKk P Keoeipt were about the asm
a on Moiulay and were the largeat for
a rteanesuay aim'e, t.K)toler. About
144) caia. or 34 head, made up the
day's run. bringing the total for' the
efk to date uo to 14 70 haal Thl. i.
t.iw head larger than last week. 13.UU0
l.eavler than two works aso and a gain
or moie man lu.vuo ever last year. The
rue ym lor ine iliac nair or ir.e week a
neavicr man lor any similar period for
nrany two year. As usual bouth Omaha
rreipia were lar larger than at any
Kat lambs opened out fully stsady, a
nt-mber of sales being made around 33 35,
snd during the ear y rounds a sligdt
bulge In lue trade allowed three loads to
ell a blah as 8X for tha Hay'a Ian
With that una excpttnn. however, paea
ns art ine limit at 44 Mt and bu s of the
fat lamba id up to a lather Ule hour
eenl at t' at f K re.
As waa the rase on prtvlous das of j
the wet, bulii of the fat s'.wi.a was
817s 3 721 T 4 g 34 T 14 - I I S
. a If -il s i ns I m e
aH 7 aoi a r an 17 7 n
86J 1 08 a 361 Ml 08 jfl
a a H 7 37 l 8 a i f i
8 7'J f K! 8 0" I 34t 4 37 02 1 t
78; a Ml a 08 a a ! a ia T 3 j
a aa a u 7 7 1 m t 01
1 i t a k It at an
t m i 7 a an a fc. 1 161 T M
a k a sni f a t m n n 7 a
f 91 1 18 9M 7 9 4l 81 ( B" w
771 g 43 1 M I i) " I SO IU
54. 1 a mi a 01 a 101 a til I a 14 I
a 43 7 iw a i7i 71 a 2 I
t 674 3 06 a 33 44 a 73 I 17
a 1 18 40i 8 08 ' IW 149 IW
cleaned up by noon. Thst fat lamb
aren't coming any too plentifully to suit
packers was pretty well demonstrated
this morning when killer buyers took
everything they could posslhty use out
of several strtnsn of feeders.
The barn continue to swarm with
feeder buyers, and while lambs aren't
decreasing In popularity, there seem to
be a growing proportion of buyer for
breeding stock. Peedlng lamlie brought
about the same figure ss on previous
days of the week, t I0r(i16, taking moat
desirable stuff, with a fair showing from
Ix.iO downward. The top of 8.30. paid
both Monday and Tuesday, was not re
ported In any of the deals made up to
a late hour. Rreedlng ewes were hardly
in such large supply as on previous day
of the week.
Fat ewe continue to make up a very
small perccntajre of the total receipt,
and today scored a lOtrnSe advance, tho
36 50 quotation being reported on best
kinds offered. Outside the ewee. aged
sheep offerings amount to practically
nothing, and not enough of either year
lings or wethers are howlng up to make
W notation on sheep and Iambs: Lamba,
rood to choice, $8 167.. 30; lamba, fair to
good, 30ofi.10; lambs, feeder. 37.75
3.35; yearling. ftr to choirs, 3S.7MT8.50;
yearlings, feeders, llOuty.O!); wethers,
fair to choice. 36.00iii&60; ewe good to
choice, IS.Oufc 60: ewes, fair to food, 34.60
tjitvOD; ewes, feeder. 34.50uu.26.
' a 3o
38 Wyoming lambs
460 Wyom.ng lamns
8W Wyomlna lambs
3X8 Wyoming jambs
4I-0 Wyoming lambs
m Wyoming lambs
an Wyoming feeder lamba...
34 Wyoming feeder lam he...
646 Wyoming feeder lambs...
M Wyomlna feeder lamba...
161 Wyoming feeder ewe....
I04 Wyoming feeder ewes...
j'! Montana lambs
IW Womlng. ewes
'41 Wyomlna feeder lambs...
vm Wyoming feeder lamne..
3u4 Wyoming leader lambs.,
1447 Wyoming feeder Iambs..
to W yoming feeder lambs...
343 Montana feeder lambs.,,
343 Wlomlnc feeder lamba
38 Montana feeder lambs
MS Idaho lamb
1U Wyoming lamb ........
41 Idaho lamh
7)1 Wyoming lamba
908 Wyoming lambs
8 Wyoming feeder lamba.,
344 Wyoming feeder Ismhs..
184 Wyomnur feeder lamb..
3T) Wyoming feeder lamb..
1 Wyoming feeder lamb
' ynmlnx fee er lamps
860 Wyoming feeder Iambs 63
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
Cattle Uaaettled Hog F.ay to
' Hlerher Sheep Unsettled.
CHXCAOO, Kept. 12. -CATTLE Re
ceipts. 13.000 head; market unsettled; na
tive beef cattle, 36.0OrcP1O.4O; western
teerg, H rows and heifer, 3J.86
gi8.36: ogives. 37.00tfi0.75.
HOGS Receipt. 15.000 head; market
easy at luftatc advance; bulk of sale,
3 ..60I87.76; light. 37 S5'.j..3B; mixed. l Vo(i
4.20; heavy. $6.3.,7.70; rough, as.lgxa4i.65;
plg4, 3..60ro7 50.
BHEKP AND LAMBS Receipt. 11.000
head; market unsettled: wethers, 86.26&
4.16; owes, 43.00reJ.OO; lambs, 3U254J-8.W.
Ht. I.oals I. Ire Stock Market.
ST. LOT'IB. Sept. 22. CATTLJ3 Re
ceipts, 3.8ti0 head: market strong; native
beef steers. 37. 61 1". 35; y earl In steer
and heifers, 38. 65 'a 10.00; cow IS.ftXBu.OO;
stocker and feeders, 36.0rr7i8.26: southern
Mecrs, 3fi 4iA.85; cows and helfara, 34 00
t?-6 60; native calve, 3 .0011.00.
HOOS Receipts, 6,700 head; market
higher; pig and llvhts. 36.7604.tt: mixed
and butoher. t7.76luv8.16; good heavy, 87.26
8HEFP AND LAMB8 Receipts, l.lno
J . L. . -4 ,V. 1-Ml.a C fi ArtJA. tJ
sheep and ewes, 16.0037.76.
Kawaaa City Dry Goods Market.
KANSAS CTTT, Bept. 31 CATTLE
Receipts, 13,000 head: market lower; prime
fed steers, 30.6010.00; dressed beef
steers. 87.SOW9.40: we-tertr steers, 3.25
8 76; stnekers and feed- t'i.76rr.80; bulls,
35.0nff00; calves, xn.oc 10.00.
ltoutt tteccints. b n 'aa: marxet.
higher; bulk, 87.00f7.85; heavy J1.767.40;
I ackers and outcner. 7.4U(tTi.n; ngnt,
7.364IA.O0: nlra. 8.76'fr7 80.
khb.;p asl i,AMtJf neceipis. m.wi
head; market steady; lambs, 7.76rff 35;
yearllnss. 3K.754t1i.75; wethers. 36.60&6.25;
Slnnx ntv 1.1 re Stork Market.
RIOrX C1TT. la., Sept. 23. CATTLE
Receipts, t,6o0 head; market steady: na
tive steers. 34.2ru0.bO: calves and heifers.
34 ,504il. 16; cannera. 33.504iH.50; gtockers
and feeders, tiJinlX; calves, 8.60a9.0O;
bull. sUgs, etc., 34 75W6.75.
liotJB Kecetpts, 1 sou neaa; marxet 100
higher) heavy, 36.90ifr7.66; mixed, 36 70
8: light. 86.5(Q.70l bulk, of sales. 36.60
BlltlKP AND LjVKBS-Raoelnta. 1J0S
' nt. .Iwenk I, I ye Stock Market. -
ST. JOSEPH, Bept. B.CATTXJ9 Re
ceipts l.ono head: market atrong to 10c
higher; steers, 87 COru.a.60: cows and heif
ers 34 00,7 .00; calves. 36.0fxtll0.00.
HOOK Receipts, iMO heed: rrwirket 10
T15c higher; top, 17.76; bulk of sales,
81IKKP AND LJtMPft-Recelpta, 7.000
heau; market steady; lambs, 38.008.3&.
Live stoek la Stgkt.
D...IKI. 1 ' .- .nl. . .W J
. lu'vn.i'.a v. . 1 - ptuvK m un i v prin
cipal western markets yesloi-day:
Cattle. Hn Sheen
Omaha 7,0u0 3.WK) 38,000
Chicago 13.0.10 16.000 3l,0u0
Hlnlla dtv S .SOU 1 Hi ill 1 Dun
Kt. Louis 3,800 i.7"0 t:
Kansas City 13,000 6,600 1,0U0
33,300 30,300 78,400
O FAST TRAMS DAILY
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JOHN MELXBN, Oeol Aeot
Bernatorff Writes in One that Cor
respondent Off to Get Lec
PROMOTED "0THL" I3JTEBXSTS
LONDON. Sept 22. Of ththirtr-
four AtiBtrian and German papers
found In the poswession of James F.
J. Archibald, the American news
paper correspondent, when he was
apprehended August 30, at Fal
mouth, while proceeding from New
York on board the steamer Rotter
dam for Rotterdam, seventeen are
described as having been made public
and the other seventeen as being "In
sufficient to warrant publication."
Count von Bernstorff, the German
ambassador to the United States, in
one letter says that Mr. Archibald
"la proceeding to Germany to collect
material for lectures In the United
States In the interest of the German
In a letter addressed to Mr. Archibald.
Count von Bernstorff gays:
"I have heard with pleasure that you
wish once more to return to Oermany
and Austria after having promoted our
Interests out here tn such a sealoug and
What rapes Wrta.
Captain von Papen, the military at
tach at tho German embassy In Wash
ington, In a letter to a Berlin friend,
"Mr. Archibald Is going to Germany
and Austria, to collect . new Impressions
from tho point of view of the strictly
Impartial Journalist he always has been."
Tho documents Included a letter from
Dr. ConstanUn T. Dumba, the Auatro
H unitarian ambassador at Washington,
to Baron von Burian, the Austro-Hun-ararlan
minister of foreign affairs, which
criticised Secretary of State Lansing's
reply to Baron von Burian's protest
against the large deliveries of weapons
to the allies. Tho letter declares the legal
argument of Mr. Lansing are "certainly
very weak," but adds that to return to
the question is useless, "having- regard
to the somewhat self-willed temperament
of the president"
Must Be Careful
BBRLTK, Bept 3S- Vla London.) Com
mander of German submarines have been
given strict orders. It has been learned
authoritatively, that In case of doubt as
to' the Intentions of liners they are to take
the safe course and permit the ship to
escape rather than run the slightest risk
G. 0. P. VOTE BIGGER IN
BAY STATE PRIMARY
BOSTON. Sept 32. In today's primaries
early returns from seventy-nine out of
915 election precincts, representing forty
four out of 363 . cities and towns outside
of Boston, gave for governor:
Samuel MoCall (rep.) ........8,323
Orafton D. Cuahlng (rap.)..... ...3,4110
caigene N. rose trap.) 431 1
David I. Walsh (dem.) 64 I
Frederick 8. Deltrick (dem.) 3 i
Two hundred out of 235 election pre- I
clncts In the city of Boston gave MoCall.
s Si, rs, .v. 1.. 7 . u - iroa ur.uk !
31.477; Deltrick. 1,063.
TUSCAN! A COMES WITH
PEOPLE OF ATHINAI
NE7W YORK, Bept A The Anchor
line steamship Tuscanla arrived In port
tonight with 338 passengers and seventy
of the crew of the Greek - steamship
Athlnal, which was abandoned at sea
late Sunday afternoon, after it had been
afire for thirty-six hours. Every person
on board the burning; vessel was rescued.
The officers of the Athlnal said tonight
that they did not know what caused the
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