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T11E BEE: OMAHA, 8ATUHDAY, OCrOliKU 2, 1015.
RIDGES ORDERED RAISED
City Council Asks Rock Island Rail
road to Put Its Structures
MAY CHANGE CREEK CHAKUXLI
Th city council In commute of th I
Ins; th. condition of Indian creek south
of Broadway, and, although plans by
imri college engineer may present a
solution of th Indian creek problem
which wfll entirely ellmthat th stream
from tha locality, a decision wm reached
to aak tha Rock' Island Railway com
pany to rata four of Ita bridge for the
purpose of preventing- overflow In flood
The aldermen found the railroad bridges
in the vicinity of Thirteenth and Four
teenth avenues so tow that nearly one-
half of the channel at Broadway under I
the Northwestern railroad bridges Is cut
tiff. It was ralpably evident that If the
water had not broken over the banks ;
east of the Northwestern'! bridges it
would have gone out when It reached
he Rock Island structures. It was no
ticed that the wide heavy girders of the '
I lock Island bridges were two feet lower
than other adjacent railroad bridges. The j
lty clerk was Instructed to notify the I
railroad company of the decision of the
council. The aldermen also discussed the
advisability of again dredging the creek
rhannel from Sixteenth avenue to tho
Report to Be Ready )oa.
It was expected that plans of the Ames
engineers would be ready for submis
sion to the council several weeks ago,
and the Commercial club had even noti
fied Ita members that the plans would
be discussed at the last semi-monthly
meeting. Since It Is understood that the
plans will call for changes In the course
of the stream, diverting It at som point
tar above the Rock Island bridges. It Is
possible the action of the aldermen may
have considerable strategic value.
It would cost the railroad a good many
thousand dollars to raise Its bridges, and
since the city has an undoubted right to
require the bridges to be raised the rail
road company might be willing to con
tribute something toward the expenses
of changing the course of the stream at
Bryant street The channel of the stream
below the point of diversion would then
be converted Into a small storm sewer
and no bridges at all would to needed.
When the plan of diverting the creek
at Bryant street was presented by for
mer City Engineer BMnyre the North
western Railroad company offered to
contribute 840,000 toward the cost A very
considerable amount might reasonably be
expected from all of the railroads whose
tracks cross the stream south of Broad
way, where the construction and main
tenance of bridges la a costly Item.
Victor in the Schools
of 2,700 Cities
The Vlctrola has com to be precisely
what we predicted three year ago a
vital factor In ths work of every school.
In the beginning each Individual school
earned the Instrument by entertainments,
gathering rubber, paper, etc. Now
school board In many cities have ample
proof of the necessity of having; a Vlc
trola for each building and playground
(and often on each floor In larger build
ings), axe Including Vlctrola In the gen
eral budget, exactly the same as seats,
glotoe, dictionaries or any other neces
sary equipment No otner Instrument
compare with the Vlctrola. ttt to 3200.
Easy payment. A Hospe Co.. 407 W.
Broadway, Council Bluffs, Is.
WADE TO PASS SENTENCE
UPON FEENEY AND W00DIN
Judge Wad of the federal court will
tomorrow pas sentence upon Feeney
and Woodln. convicted by a Jury of the
theft of a suitcase from an express car
on the Northwestern railroad. A strong
effort Is being made In behalf of Woodln,
whose friends say he la absolutely Inno
cent of Intentional wrong-doing In con
nection with the suitcase. Woodln Is a
bartender at Sioux City and his friends
say his assertion that he bought the
suitcase of Feeney when the latter
brought It to the saloon Is correct. His
employer came down yesterday and pro
vided 11,000 bond to get Woodln out
of Jail, where he had been held pending
Judge Wade will also pass sentence on
R. O. Payne, the only bootlegger for
many years who has had the temerity
to stand a Jury trial and make a defense
against the charge when he was "caught
with the goods." Payne Uvea In Mis
INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITS TO
BE GIVEN BY SCHOOLS
The pupils of two of tne publle schools
will have Industrial exhibits today, both
made possible by the encouragement
given by the Mothers' and Teachers'
clubs of the respective schools. The ex
hibits will be of the same character as
those at the Auditorium last Saturday,
i Beany tu or tne material win oe
new. -jne pupus win again contest for
prise which have been furnished by the
On exhibit will be at the Bloomer
building In the kindergarten room. It
wtl be ready for visitors at 1:30 o'clock.
The other will be In the Pierce street
building. The exhibits will be large for
the competition la open to all of the
children. Many of the articles shown
will not be entered In the prise contests.
All shown will be the products of the boys
and girls during the summer vacation
period. Parents are especially Invited
to Inspect these exhibits.
Cole's HI Oven ranges and heaters. See
tteee two In our store. Price. $30 to 836.
P. C. De Vol Hardware Co.. 604 Broadway.
The following; real estate transfers filed
Thursday were reported to The Bee by
the Pottawattamie County Abstract com
pany: Clara Franc Bpeio to Helen I.
fcmyth, part of AualLofs sub lot JJ,
O. p.. deed 1
Frank Sprlnk to Helen L Smyth, part
of lot 23, O. P., dead
Alary Matilda Em Is to Helen I.
Brayth, part of lot 22, O. P.. deed.. 1
B. P. Trlplett to Anton F. Julius,
part of lot i. blook 8. MoClelutnd,
la., w. d. (0
Treasurer to A. J. Hutchison, part of
H of Su-76-43, t. t. d ZT.
J. W. Sjulre to Estate of W. W. Wal
ks, part of lot 174, O. P w. d lU0
Six deeds, total
A "For nalo" ad will turn second hand
furniture luto cub. ' '
OeaaeU lff Offiaa at
st ta i
Mala Taee oa.
Vlctrola, sk, a. IToape Co.
Wood ring Undertaking Co. TeL 3.
Elegant dress suits, 876. Martin Petersen.
Uardnar Proas, printing. (01 First Ave.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director Fhcn It.
FRAm.KTY FLECTR1C CO, WIRING
AND FIXTURES. Phone 384.
For wail paper, decorating and paint
see Rorwtck. m hmith Mala.
TO SAVE OR TO BORROW. BICE IO. B.
Mutual Uldg. and loan Ass n. U3 Pearl.
Furniture and chattel loans, Vt usual
rates. Estab. at years. A. A. Clark Co
Trade for light auto truck, equity in
good five-room house. "J," Omaha Bee,
Council Fluffs, la.
E. T. Perry, who served one night st
hie new Job of night clerk at the Crea
ton hotel, wss brought back from Un
coin by sheriff Oronaweg. Perry went
on duty in the evening, but was not on
duty In the morning. Counting the cash
showed that the retclster was short I1A,
The young man was arrested by the Un
ci In po.ice at the request of the hotel
- After an illness of only one week Sam
uel Frederick Custer died last evening
at the home of hfcs daughter, Mr. J. R.
Crawford, 24o3 Avenue D. He was
years old. Death was due to heart
trouble. He Is survived by four daugh
ters, Mrs. Crawford, Miss Edna Craw
ford and Mrs. Earl Underwood of this
city anil Mrs. T. M. Baxter of Detroit,
also one sister, Mrs. D. Haas of this
Oounoll Fluffs lor No. 270, Ancient
Order of United Workmen, will hold a
special meeting this evening, which will
be something of the nature of a district
convention. There will be twenty-five
lodges from surrounding towns repre
sented by delegations. There will be a
clase of about thirty candidates to be
Initiated, and the new ritual will be
exemplified. Grand Master Workman
Evans will be present and questions of
Importance to the order will be discussed.
Luncheon will be served after the com
pletion of the lodge work, and there
will be other social features.
I .en McCormlck, IS years old, a resident
of Olenwood, has been held to the dis
trict court grand Jury for repeated bad
conduct on the streets and In the resi
dence sections of the city. McCormlck
was in custody several days ago on simi
lar charges, but the evidence was not
conclusive and he was discharged with
an admonition to leave the city. Com
plaints came from Filth avenue that a
man was committing acts of lewdness.
Before police officers could be sent to
the scene fresh complaints came to the
station that the man had been following
young girls and making Insulting re
marks. Some of the girls waited until
the pollco auto arrived and told the offi
cers the direction the man had taken
and two other girls followed him a block
away to point him out to the police. In
a secret session of th police court yes
terday afternoon two high school girls
f;ave testimony thst led to the man be
iik held for Indictment by the grand
Jury. McCormlck was unable to give the
bond required and was taken to the
COTTAGE PRAYER MEETINGS
FOR SUNDAY CAMPAIGN
Cottage prayer meetings for the pur
pose of promoting Interest In the "Billy"
Sunday revival will be held this morn
ing at 10 o'clock at the following; place
In th various districts:
District No. 11 Mrs. Frank Weseott,
8704 Avenue A: Mrs. Charles Children,
850 North Thirty-second street; Mrs.
Meyers, 3.125 Avenue B; Mrs. Arnold, XM
District No. U Mrs. Van Cleave, 1514
North Seventh street.
District No. 23 Mr. Cook. ' 1244 Vine
street; Mrs. A. O. Marks, 1015 East
Washington avenue; Mrs. Bonham, 22o0
Harmony street; Mrs. Hynes, 22u0 Hyde
avenue; Mrs. Ellis, (22 Oakland avenue.
District No. 4 Mrs. Samuel Senior,
1284 Canning street; Mrs. Fred Wesner,
Mcpherson avenue; Mrs. Oeorge Relder,
4"W Park avenue; Mrs. Levin, 1230 South
First street: Mrs. Flood, Franklin ave
nue; Mrs. fiherpleas, 834 Lincoln avenue;
Mrs. Stowe, Mornlngslde; Mrs. Price. 740
District No. 15 Mrs. Jennings, corner
Turley avenue and Third street; Young
Men' Christian association; Mrs. Rever
Idge, 616 South Ninth street; Mrs. F. A.
Owen, 1108 Fifth avenue; Mr. Pe Young,
234 Ninth avenue; He v. Frederlo Evans,
U23 Routh Seventh street.
William II. WllHon. aged 29 years, died
resterday at Ciarlnda, from nervous
roubles. Ills home in this city was at
2203 Third avenue. He is survived by his
father. W. K. Wilson, four brothers.
Marlon, Guy and Henry, of this city and
John of Omaha, and one sister, Mrs.
Stella Bergen, also of Omaha. The body
will be brought here for burial.
Mr. Alexander, wife of Rev. 8. Alex
ander, who has been critically ill at her
home, 2 East Washington avenue, la
not Improving and friends have been ad
vised that hope of recovery la very
slights Mrs. Alexander has been 111 all
summer and seriously so for several
weeks. Her condition last night was re
ported to be very critical.
District No. 18 Mrs. Lourey, corner
Fairmont and Oraham avenue; Mrs.
William Ralph, 2301 South Twelfth street;
Mr. J. Derry, 2117 South Ninth street;
Mrs. C. Relnhold, 1112 Eighteenth avenue.
District No. 7 Mrs. Bethel, 1608 Fourth
avenue; Mrs. Davis. 1M0 Fourth avenue.
District No. 8 Mrs. Tyler, 2712 Avenue
K; Mrs. C. C. Copeland. 2306 Avenue D;
Mrs. Musgrave, 2132 Avenue A; Mrs.
Lunbeck, 2218 Avenue B.
FIRE AND POLICE BOARD
FIXES EXAMINATION DATE
Th Board of Fir and Police Commis
sioners held a meeting yesterday after
noon for the purpose of attending to som
minor matter. Th resignation of Frank
Parks, fireman at No. 1 station and one
of th older men In th department, was
accepted and William Sorenaon was ap
pointed' to fill the vacancy. The appoln
ment become effective today. Park Is
leaving th department for the purpose
of engaging In th hardware business.
He has a fine record In the department
nd ha often been a member of the
team cent to the state tournaments. So
renaon Is a new man who has beem on
the eligible list for several months.
The board set next Friday a th date
for holding th regular examination for
applicants for appointment to th polio
and fir department.
LIST OF VOTERS PREPARED
FOR USE OF SUFFRAGISTS
Mr. Jenks of Avoca, at the head of the
suffragist movement In the county. Is
having made a complete list of the names
of voters residing In the east half of the
county. Council Bluffs friends of Mrs.
Jenks are copying the poll books used at
tha last election.
Mrs. Jenks has thoroughly organised
the eastern end of th county, and th
plan I to make a personal canvas of
the voter to ascertain their sentiment
and perhaps do a little enlightening mis
sionary work. No attempt has yet been
made to organize th western half of the
county, but th same effective work wilt
be don her before date of th) J una
primaries next year.
Th Council Bluff democracy will hold
Its semi-monthly meeting Friday eventrur.
October 1, at 6 p. m., at the Eagle's build
ing, downstairs ball. Important matters
will tw taken up. Come.
' THE COMMITTED
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheit it Stronptr, While Corn
Slumpi on Report of Govern
OATS REMAIN JUST THE SAME
OMAHA. October t 11-
Wheat was stronger today, No. I hard
Wheat selliruT l'OISc higher. No. 4 hard
wheat was unchanged and the spring
Wheat was unchansed to 2c lower.
Corn was off. declining 2i.c. The re
ceipts of corn were fs.rly good, forty-six
csrs being reported in. . .
Oat were steady, selling unchanged
lo o lower, most of the salea going at
Rye was unchanged to lc higher.
Barley waa nominally unchansed.
Liverpool close. Wheat. iM higher;
Primary wheat receipts were
bu., and shipments 1,6&.000 bu. against
receipts of S.'iju.tx) bu., and shipments of
1.2S4,Aio bu. last year.
l'rlmsry corn receipts were 9nj,V0 ml.,
and shipments tUfc.Ooo bu. agatnst receipts
of 8J7.0UO bu., and shipments of 2U,UU0
bu. last year.
Primary oats receipts were l.lflO.Onn bit,
and shipments 7H.0iV bu. asalnst receipts
of l.U'WH bu., and shipments of 1.640.0J0
bu. last year.
CAR LOT RECEIPTS,
Whest. Ucw-n. oats.
Minneapolis -.. 7W
Kansas City 1H
St. 1-rula 137
Winnipeg 1,74. ... ...
These sales were reported today:
Wheat- No. S hard winter: 1 car, $1.00;
1 car, c; 1 car, H8c; 2 care, 7e. No. 4
hard winter: t csrs. Me; 1 car, s64c; H
cars. c: 1 car, Mc: car. Wo; 2 cars,
Mr; 1 car. We. Rample: I cars. Mc; 1 car.
We; 1 car, 75c; car. 7So; i cars, 71";
k csr, 4ic; No. t spring; 2 cars, Wo; 1 car,
94c; 1 cars, Hc. No. 4 spring: H car, 4o;
1 car, Mo; H car. The No. 4 mlxefl: 1 car,
MHc No. t durum: 1 car, 4e. No. vel
vet chaff: 1 car, 11.00; 2 cars. c. No. I
velvet chaff: 1 car. ac; 2 care, 5c. No.
4 velvet chaff: 1 car, fc; 1 csr. o. Corn:
No 2 white: 2 cars. B7Vc. No. 2 white: 1
car. tr,n. No. white: 1 car. M4c; H car,
(bad). Mo. No. 1 yellow: 1 car. )'! No. 2
yellow: 4 car, WHO. No. 2 yellow: 14
cars. ttSo. No. 2 mixed: S cars. !7Ho; 1
csr, 8740. No. 2 mixed: 1 car (near yel
low), sue; 1 car. Mo; m csrs, 7c; cars.
67c. No. mixed: 1 car, 7c; 2 oars. MHc.
No. mixed: 1 csr, E7c. Oats: standard: 1
csr, 2Hc; 1 car. tar. No. 2 wh'te: 1 car,
2?c; tft csrs, 32Ue. No. 4 white: 4 ears,
rv. Rumple: 1 car 29c. Rye: No. 1 1 car,
W'c. No. 2, 1 car, 2THo.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat : No tur
key, $1 .AMI .04; No. 2 turkey. M.0HP1.0V
No. t hard, 97cMl.nl: No. 3 hard, (tic
$1 on: No. 4 hard, sMTIWe: No. 2 spring,
MW7e: No. 2 spring 6?(So: No. 1 durum,
lUVufJWic; No. 2 durum. 9.V'Tc: no irrs.Je,
4FBH4c. Corn: No. 2 white, B7 VW-Mc:
No. 2 white, P7V.r6714c: No. 4 white MH
67tie: No. white. fi6VWj7c; No. white,
eartUc: No 2 yellow, Mi60': No. 2
yellow, mmbc; No. 4 yellow, RWiftA-Vc
No. t yellow, S9Hno; No. velloe, 5tT
RMc: No. 2 mixed, 67l4'fil4c; No. I
mixed, Wm'-c: No, B mixed. lifiHflSTUe;
N". mixed, (i67o. Oets: No. 2 white,
24-ffMf c: stsndard. No. 3 white.
MHf32ie: No. 4 white. aHAJWl1. Bar
lev. Malting. 4Wfi0c; No. 1 ferd. 4nfH'c.
Rve: No. 1 90toHc; No. 2 fTfSHo.
Chicago closing prices, furnished Th
Bee bv I-oran Bryan, stock and grain
brokers. 21S 80 Sixteenth street, Omaha.
Art lcle Open. I Hlgh. lxw. Close Yes'y.
May. 198 W7T
May. I 67
13 i7Hi' i8 mil 13 avt
10 00 I 16 00 I 15 W
8 10 l' 8 20 f 8 20
8 Ortil 8 65 I 6 07
f 13 40
1 I 18 00
t. IS lWflO
Jan. 8 6ZUI
8 60 I 8 70 f 8 80
I 8 87'
l 871 8 I
CHICAGO URAIN AND PROVISIONS
Featares of ths Trading; anal Closing
Prlees on Board of Trod.
CHICAGO. Oct. 1. Fresh strength de
veloped In the wheat market today owing
to reports of excited demand at Liverpool
from British millers. The bullish ef
fects of scarcity In England, however
were In a measure offset her by the
publication of estimates from crop ex
perts showing an immense surplus in the
United States. The total domestic yield
was represented ae breaking all records.
Opening price ranged from Vo to ic
higher, with December at K.9c. and
May at KWffttHc. but were followed by a
d-c'H'.'f it's" n all preend.
I Closing prices were easy at a shad to
fcftVfco net decline with December at 86S4
b!kWo. and May at 9674c.
. a.to.u.o ...uitr ..uaied the corn mar
ket. There were also estimates current
pointing to a record yield of corn, as well
as of wheat. After opening iGa lower
to a shade advance, corn underwent a
moderate aeneral saar.
The close was heavy at IWtto under
i.ti. weakened with corn. Price
chaiiKea,- were small.
Provisions at first tended downward
because of lower quotations on hog.
Later a rally took place owing to sup
port from packer.
Chicago Ca'h Prices Wheat : No. I red.
1.04mi'1.0; No. 3 red. 9srfi1.08; No. 2
hard. ll.04B1.WVi: No. 8 hard. Pteftll 04.
Corn: No. 2 yellow, MMmiAic: No. 4 yel
low, wbto. nets: ino. wnue, mdc;
standard. 80B80Vfc. Rye: No. 2. nominal;
1x0. b, lM'rwo. nancy. rhkxc. Keens: Tim
othy, 85 0"an.60: clover, 812.0041 12.00. Pro
visions: Fork, 113.20; lard, 38.20; ribs, 34.60
RUTTERHtgher: creamery. 2H4CC7C.
KOOS Higher; receipts, 8,154 cases: at
mark, rases included, lVpyJc; ordinary
firsts tiii'tc; firsts. 23fe44c.
POTATOES Higher: receipts, 60 cars;
Mlnnesota-Ohlns 424(460; Michigan white,
424!46c; Wisconsin white, 44--.
POULTRY AUve, lower; fowls, 11
12c; springs, 13c.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Featares of the Tradlas; 118 Clostssj
Prlre on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Oct 1. Estimates that tha
wheat crop of the I'nited States this
season would amount to nearly 1,000,000,UO)
, Dunneis naa a oearian eriect today on
jpiloea. In consequence the market closed
I easy a shade to V&VrO net lower, with
December at (K'iS&Iwu and Mav t 86c.
corn iosi itwo ana oats Ho to ".
In provisions the outcome varied from
luc decline to a rise of 800
Announcement that a leading expert
flxured the domestic yield of wheat for
1H 5 as reaching the record-breaklna? total
of fMd.OOO.OiJ bushels brought about an im
mediate aownturn in the market, al
though previously quotations had ahowa
derided strength. The early advance had
oeen aeu mainly 10 Liverpool dlspatcnes
telling of scarcity of supd lea and of an
excited demand from British millers.
After th setback, which followed the
Issuance of the bearish crop estimate
tere, the market rallied because of lirn
export clearances and as a result of the
slowness with which domestlo terminal
stocks accumulate. Free selling bv lead
ing firms, nowever, quickly occasioned a
fresh decline from which there waa no
Hear In wheat contended that ad
vances In prices' at Llvernool fil'e to
counterbalance the eurrent Increase ef
freight rates on the great lakes end At
lantic Moreover Winnipeg dialers were
aid to be negoMatlng to send liberal
amount of Canadian wheat to Mlnneao
ol's. Com value went downgrade owing to
ice' lent weather and to bearish estl
mate of th season's crop Some of the
se'Mng was of stop-loss character. Oats
followed the action of corn Resting
orders to buy. however. checked to
a material extent the decline In eats.
Active demand from Packers who had
made recent large export sates gave much
needed support to the provisions market
Otherwise the entire list esemed Inclined
to break. Influenced by the ewakness In
Kaweaa rtw 1fI III Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Me.. Oct 1 W7TS-.AT
-No. 3 hard. 81."M CCH: No I red. 81 144
1 14; reoenijr. H2 e; May. 3So.
'AT No. 2 white, SbrS7c; No. mixed,
BUTTER Cresmery. He; firsts, tte;
Seconds. 2t.-; packing, UHa.
Kn.lwMr.ta 2V; eeoonis. IV.
POULTRY Hens, 12c; roosters, e;
rOKN.No. S mixed. 6y(jS3c; ' No. 3
Oct J I 60
Jan. 18 mtl
white, 43CSHc; December. Wc, May.
KRW YORK flKNICRAL MARKET
Qootatleaa of the Day a Varlooa
NRW YORK. Oct l.-FLOUR-Bareljr
WHKAT pot market Irregrtlar: No. I
red and No. 2 hard. 31 lw. c. I. f., New
York: No. 1 northern. Diiluth, and No. 1
northern, Manitoba. -, c. I. f . Buffalo.
Future, steady: Decerning, 31 0J.
CORN-8pot. easy; No. 3 yellow, 7e,
OAT-SHt. quiet; No. t while, SH
HAY-meadv; No. 1, 31.26; No. 2, 3U8;
No. 8. 81.00: shipping. nc.
HOPS- Steady ; state, common to choice,
I'M!. Jl,4fc; llt. sM2t'j I'aclflc coast,
l!lS. l-!lr: 1C14, 11V1.V.
HIDKi Firm ; Bogota. SOtNlc; Cen
tral America. SV
LK A Til ICR Firm; hemlock, firsts, 320
83c; snconds, J1fl?.
rHOVlsioNS IT.rk. steady; mesa.
315.ootfl5.60: family, 318.00 .: short
clears 31S00lft. Beef, steady; mesa.
31".wl8.0i; family, ll Wn".m, Lard,
steadr: middle west 3a.6Mln.0.
TAlXOVV Firm: city, 6Hc; country.
6tNc; special. tc
Bt'TTEH Firmer; receipt. R.100 tubs:
creamery extras, IMtJue; firsts, tHU1
27 c: seconds. 23Hi2c.
EOtlSFIrm; receipts. ,il rases; fr-sh
gathered, extra fine, AWIV; extrx firsts,
lottfJc: firsts. 2712lc; secnn.li, 2.tf.
CHEMB-Weedy: receipts, l,u2 boxes;
Stat whole milk, fresh fWH, whites, spe
cials, 15c; colored, irf',p; white and
colored, average fancv, 14 itf Ho.
POl'ITRY IJve. steady; western chick
ens, 17c; fowls, lVti7c; turkeys, Ise;
dressed, weak: western frosen rostln
chickens, litc; fresh foe la. Iced, 14 J1
18c; frosen turkey. KOClu.
OMAHA GKNRRAL MARKET.
BTJTTBR No. L 2-Tt.. cartons, 35a; No,
t. 80-lb. tubs. 22c.
CHEESE Imported Swiss. 3e! Amee.
lean Swiss, 2f.c; block Swiss. 23c; twins,
16c; daisies, 18c; triplets, Ac; Young
America, I8H0: blue label brick. 16c;
llmburger, 2-lb.. 10c: New York white,
lStc; Imported French hoqusfort, 4J.
Flftlt Trout, lc: white fish, 14c: hali
but, 12c; rhannel catfish. codflsli, 10
(jl?c; mackerel, lbc; salmon, 14.
raVLTKT-Meits. lie: ducks. 12c;
geeee, lo; turkeys, 16c: roosters. So.
BEEF CUTel Ribs, No. L lsc: No. 3.
17c: No, 8, UVo. Loins. No. 1, llWo; No.
I, l8cj No. 8. 14lic Chucks. No. 1. UHi
No. 8. 10140: No. 8, o. Rounds. No.
L 14Ho; No. 2. 14c: No. 8, 13c. l'lalea. No.
C HV.c: No, I, Wo: No. 3. 8c.
Following products furnished by OUlaw
sky Fruit uompany;
FRUITS oranges: Callrornla Valenclaa,
!7Ae. 2iis. 218s, oa. Hi. 00 boa; 124a, luU.
ittm, Wm, 66.76 btx. Lemons: Extra
fancy Golden Bowl. 800, 86.00 box; Set),
34.60 box; extra fancy Sunalst, 300s, sSOs,
14.60 box; Red Ball, 34.00 box. Peaches:
Colorado Eluertaa, extra fancy, 76o
crate; fancy, 6c crate; Utah F.tbertas,
660 box; CaCfurnla "always, 6o box.
Prunes: Italian. Mo crate; quantities. 80c
crate. Pears; Flemish Beauties, Shel
don's Clargue, 8200 to 32.26 crate; Kelfera,
bushels, 31.16 crate; hampers, 90o crate.
Grapes: Tokays. 31.36 crats; Concords,
homegrown, 22c basket. Bananas: Med
ium fruit. 32.00 to 82.26 bunch: Jumbo
fruit Chsngulnola and Port Llmon, 4
lb. Cantaloupes: California Mission
Hrand, standards, 82.76 crate; ponies, i .24
crate; flats, 11.00 crate; Colorado Bur
wells, pink meated. 81.00 crate. Water
melons, lWo b. Apples: Wealthles, 82.50
01)1. J Jonathans. 33.76 bbl.
VEGETABLES Cabbage, Jtc lb.; head
lettuce, 31.00 doaen: leaf lettuce, 50c dosen;
onions, Washington, ISfco lb.; onions, (Span
ish, 3160 crate; wax and green beans, 60e
basket; rutabagas,' l4c lb.; tomatoes,
market price; peppers, 60o basket par
sley. Sic dosen; celery, 36o dosen; celery.
Jumbo, 75c dosen. 1'otatoas: Ohlos, c
bushel. Sweet potatoes: Hsmpers, 31.00
hamper; Virginias, barrels, 88.00 bbl.
MISCELLANEOUS Crackerjack. 33.60
No. 1, 8c lb.; roasted. No. 1. 8c lb. Corn
pops. 33.26 case; half case, 81.86 case;
Jumbo, raw. 7o lb.; Jumbo, roasted, 8c
lb. Nuts: No. I, walnuts, live lb; Braslls,
16o lb.; almonds, 20c In.; filberts. 15o 16.;
pecans. 12VrO lb. Honey. 34.00 case.
Mlaaeapolls Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLI. Oct. 1. WHEAT De
cember, 81c; May, 5c; No. 1 hard,
8Uc; No. 1 northern. lt;ft;vo. -
BARLEY 47Jf Ewe.
RYB OSffiftV). ; .
CORN No. 8 yellow. 834c.
OATi-No. 1 whit. 40ffitC.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Oct 1. WHEAT Spot,
No. 1 Manitoba, 12s; No. 2. lis lOHd; No.
W, . . V , ..w, . .... . .. ...1 Mm UUj
No. 2 red western winter, 10 M; No. I
uorn spot American mixed, new, a
hard winter, lis lld.
St. Lewis Grata Market.
BT. IITI8. Mo., Oct. 1. WHEAT No.
I red. 31.18m.16; No. I hard, 3107; Decem
ber. 97c: May. 87Ha.
CORN No. 2, 83c; No. white, 84o; De
cember, 6llio; May, 64a
OATS No. 2, 84o; No. I whit, nomlaat
access of Forets-a Less Meaaa El
tension of Vt B. Trade.
NEW TORK, Oct. 1. Tomorrow Dun'
Review will ay:
Success of the foreign loan negotiations
foreshadows a further extension of Amer
ican enterprise and emphasises the posi
tion occupied by this oountiy In th fields
of International finance. With construc
tive factors multiplying prospect stead
ily brighten and actual gains In business
are now more In keeping with the growth
of optlmlstio sentiment. Almost without
exception, report from th leading cen
ters tell of accumulating evidences of
progress and only In Isolated cases such
as in th lumber trade, I depression stilt
manifest. 1 developments of fall business
l Is exceeding expectations In some u,ur
1 ters and expsndng requrements are a fea
ture In th dry good markets, which are
buoyant In resoonse to the rapid rise In
i raw cotton. Though the dyeatuffa short
age continues to handicap, the textile
situation generally shows distinct lm
Krovement. Pressure upon the steel mill
i so great that Producers are cvhlef y
concerned with the problem of making
de Iveries, conditions in this respect be
ing further complicated by the recent
rush of railroad equipment order. The
industrial boom Is not alone confined tu
the east; It has spread to the weat and
south and In the latter section manufac
turing plants thst have been Idle for
I year are resuming.
weekly Dana clearing. 3s.673,829.67X
Quotation rumtihsd Vr Barns, Brisker m 0
BI4. Aik 4.
Awsrtoaa Bsesrttls sfd. s-It
Usairlr rrssias y pit ,
lsr A O. p!4
Citf N.llonil Bank of Omsk ,
' Kalnauat Ossmsrr pli, u-4lr
t l-'atrmont Crsssitry eom
' Oraat Wsstmi Mur Co. M ,
HeeaM Bul.dlns, 8 pr aat M ,
Unooia Tl. Co.. eoai ,
. Uaeola O. A B.. eom
I Omaha A C. B. Bt By. pld. u-4It...
' Oman C. B. Ky. B 4
Valoa Stack Tams gek ,
Sul'harssr a bmos
wirt a o
' 8 tat Baak Oatalis ,
! (mbw, Nk., 8s
rhlc.t Msnlrlpal 4a, IK ,
twuslai. Win., msslrlpal ISia
Uacola Tsl. T.I. 4a, int
)at Anfles Railway 6a, 140 ,
CHnaha Audltcrlura 4 Ha. 1M4 ,
Oaiaha Wawr 4V., 141 ,
J Omaha ('. U. HI. Hy. la, 1MI...
Wlcbiw Vats Blssk Tar4s , Ml4
NEW TORK, Oct L-COFFEB-Th
market or coffee future was a llttl
more active today, and while the bulk
of the business waa aald to be In the
way of switching from October to July
at 40 points, there also appeared to be
little buying attributed to mild coffe
Interests. The market opened unchanged
to 1 point higher and closed at a net
advance of 8 to 6 points. Bales. Includ
ing the exchanges were 15,600 bags.
Closing bids: October, 110c; November,
t3c; December, .16o; Jsnusry. 618c;
February, 8.23c; March. S.Ke; April, 4V33o;
May, S7o: Jure. 4.43c: July, Lido: Au
gust, 8 64c; be pt ember, 6.680. Spot,
steady; Rio 7, c; fcanto 4s, 80. Coat
nd freight offer were about un
charted, but the tone wa steady and
It waa reported that bids slightly under
th market had been refused by Bra.
slllan shipper. Mllrels prices In Bra ill
were unchanged and no chan- waa
reported In Rio exchange on London.
Kvaawratea Apples wad Dried Frail
NEW TORK, Oct. L EVAPORATED
DRlbU FltriTB Prunes, dull sad easy;
apricots and peaches, steady; retains,
OMAHA UYBJTOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Light and Trade is
Slow and Lower Sheep Show
BOOS STEADY TO TEN LOWER
OMAHA, October 1. 115.
OMAHA. September SO, 1HI6.
C'attie. Hoes, aheep
.. H.IV4 2,712 .&
Official Monday ...
OffVlal Tuesday ..
Estimate Friday ..
. .12 12
4 4 8
Five days' total If.iC7 V.'l.t.'v
Same days last week. ..w.vf.8 lS4r 11.8.211
i-sine 2 weeka apn S 00 W l IHl.SJ.t
Same 2 weeks mo J3,;.H 2!'.7.0 146.17
Same 4 weeks aso X.i4 2J.744 12i 7M
same days last year..87,0l 22.132 1.V8,2I6
The following labia shews the receipts
of rattle, hna and sheep at the Omaha
live stock market for the year to date as
compared with last year:
10I6. 1S14. Inc.
Caltl fcfl.ptf 8.0.4K7 144.B.6
Hoga 2.1rt4,lN8 ),7W4.-7 3' 7JI
8heep 2.S21.64 a.i.tilS r.('l4
The follow Ins tMe shows the averase
prices for hoas at tha Omaha live stock
market for the last few days with com
t 1816. i14. 1111 '11
U tin t)
Pept. 101 3 7
kept. It 6 8M
8 Ml 8 W
8 t 131 I tJ
81 T Oil I 7 M
8 Ml 7 78
?ept. ll! 3 M
fPt 141 4 0ll
htoi. 181 41
8 til 3 27:
m if.' T si
Pept. I7 6 77",!
8 411 8 10
8 11 8 46 16 61 8 4ti
S.-PU 84 7 Ll
8 3i8 8 OtN 8 41 I 3 44 13 W
Pept. H6 7 ISt,
.14 1 0, 3 4f 0 W 8 14
J 7 2S
10 lbl 8 s ! n '
j 8 441 6 Mi 8 Wl 8 ! 8 16
Z 7 SU V
6 14 8 in
r 7 24
6 15 13 t 1 IW
8 S3! 8 41
I 8 6.1
1..I 7 I8SI 7 8i
Keccipts and disposition of llv tock
at the Union Stock yards, Omaha, Neb,,
for twenty-tour hour ndlng 8 P. to.,
EX?EIPT CA RI.OA.
-v.. a M. v w m ......
Missouri I'aciflo.... ..
Union Pariito i
C. h N. WM east.. 6
C. N W.. weat.. 11
C. ft. P.. M. 4V O.. 3
C, W. A Q st...
C, 14. 4k g.. west., 88
C, K. 1. 4k P., east 1
Illinois Central .... ..
Cnl. Ut West
. lJlfcl'uy 1TION1I EA D,
Cattle. Hogs. 8heep,
Morris 4V Co.... 80 lM
Swift 4b Co Ml m 4W
Cudahy Packing Co.... 41 743 6w!
Armour 4V Co 344 28 171
K. M. Lew la 10
Huston 4t Co 70
J. li. Hoot Co It
J. 11. Uulla HO
Rosenstock Hroa. 14 ..... .....
F. w. Kellogg.. l:l
Werthelmer A Pegen.. iUl
Sullivan Hroa 34
Am. ft nan. calf Co.. 118
John Harvey 43
Otner buyers 1,136 3,7U
Totals 8,813 4,082 6,ftl
CATTL.B Receipts were very liberal
this morning for a Friday, 1,600 head
being reported In. This brings the total
lor the five days this wsea up to 8o,Q
head, the larguat of any week since the
beginning of the range season and larger
than a year ago by 2,i head.
beef steers were In moderate supply,
but packer have been heavy buyera all
t e week and were evluenily not very
hungry for additional supplies. Th re
sult, waa a slow and duil trau from start
to finish. Packers did not seem to car
whether they bought any additional cat
tle or not, unless they could get them
at-a considerably lower range ot prions
that would pay them tu carry them over.
In the end the offerings changed hand
at price that war anywhere from weak
to quite a iittie lower than yesterday.
Cow and heifers were in light supply,
but In spite of tiiat fact the demand pos
sessed so little life that prices were any
where from weak to a much a 3oc
lower In spots.
Blocker and feeder speculators all had
lota of cattle on hand, carried over from
yesterday, and very few of them would
even bid oa today' fresh receipts. Th
resuu was mat tne aemana was limited
and the trade win very low and any -
where from teady to l&U'JOO lower In
Quotations on cattl
fl yearling. HCVhh..6
yearllnss. tssOutt.oO: eo
iood to choice
fair to good fed
common to fair fed
yearlings, 8 oovtti.bo; good to choice heavy
beev, 39.uotra.86; fslr to gooff eornfad
beeves, 3."ii'S 00; common to fair eorn
fad beeves, 3S.764f.30: erlme grass beeves,
38.O0b8.4O; good to choice grass beeves,
S7.4ixu4l.00'. fair to good grass beeves. 38.76
(17.40: common to fair grass beeves, S6.Kfvcf
3 76; good to choloe grass heifers, 88 ,264
f W; good to choice grass cows. 36.76'rMi.lli;
fnlr to good cows, 36oOitf6.76; eom m on to
fair cows, 34. 00416.00; prim feeding
steers. 37.7fiC8.40; good to rholoe feeders,
37.2607.78; fair to good feeders, 88 6wa7.26;
ri.iiniion to fair feeors, 86.dtsu8.6u; good to
choice stocker, I7.76bt.86: fair to good
lockers, s.76'k7.76; common to fair
stockers. 66. 6044.76; stock heifers, 35.7.
T.oO: stock cows, 3fi.6oy 26: stock calves,
86UkK.i0; veal cslves, 38.0082)10.00; bulla,
tags, etc.. 3&.00tptl.6).
64 feeder.. 87 8 80 16 stsers. ...1181 T 10
32 steers.. ..1060 7 10 11 cows loao 8 00
88 steers. ... 86 3 268 28 steers.. ..1086 8 86
HOOb Receipt moderated considera
bly today, when seventy-lure car, or
4,6uO head were reported In. Bo far th.
week 26,027 hoad have been received,
nearly twice a many a ware reported
during the earns day last week, and
about t,6otf heavier than a year ago, but
I about l.6u heavier thai a year ago. but
I 'there was a llttl better feeing In the
snipping irau tins morning, and Uie
break wa checked In a lueaaure. a . i
nuuiy sales looked nesrly steady, with
others quotably a nickel, and, puss.u.y,
In extreme cases, a mute .uwer. Best
lights again touched 37.80, with a sprink
ling on down.
i'acker trade opened a fist 0c lower,
but improved gradually aa th fore.
dvanced, and moi ot In sale did not
look to be over 6uv!0o off, wiihe the clu.e
wa pretty close to steady with yester
day average, (losing round wer live
and practically fvnji ,vtu cleaned
up by 10:30.
Must of the packing hogs were bought
at MMun:i. Thase figures are generally
steady with last wV close, but are
a full quarter lower than the high tlin
Tuesday, when tops wer th highest of
the year, and the average higher than
for several week. For soma ten days
up to Tuesday values had advanced
steadily, and under the Influence of con
tinued light supplies, scored a gain of
76(I.O0 per luu. Heavier receipt
rveaneaoay, nowever, siariaa a Sharp re
action, ana price nave
steadily since thst time.
40 f u
isi T 40
40 t 44
... T 4
ka) 1 1
M t To
... I 74
... T la
... t u
... 7 84
... 4 Tl
1 4 M
... 4 14
80 4 W
... 4 W
IM 4 M
8 T 08
... t 1
... I M
ia T i
1M T 10
... T 1
i t :
8 8 II..
BHEEP An extremely light run of
heeo and lambs showed up this morning,
receipt of eleven tars, or IM head, be
ing the smallest for any day except Sat
urday lce Thursday, July 38. This Is
also th first time for a good many day
that South Omaha supplies failed to lead
sll points. Total for th weak to date
of 14.428 head 1 a falling off of
MOnn a compered wltn a wek ago, 37,0a)
mailer than two week ago and about
tl.ouo short of th orrapondlng day last
rear. This Is th snuUleal week' run of
Only a fw bunches of lambs, most ef
thatn Just odd decks, ware on hand, and
there was llttie Interest In the trade,
there being hardly enough stuff here 11
make a market. Quality was naturally
none too good, and one load ot westerns
at 68 611. a well aa th few bui.chs of
westerns and odd packages of natives at
88 8 looked fully steady with yesterday.
run. every tnin som to sooii s. ss.in .
day price are easily a iimrtcr above a
week mo, and the quotable top of .7u
on choice stuff I a 3uo gain over toe beat
pre last Friday.
Feeders were also scantily supplied nd
rnove'i In about the same notches as on
Thursday. A spread if .ti 1. bo'n'it
most of th feeding lambs while a feeder
buyer paid aa hlRh as 17. 10 for good tinl
11 y yearlliiHa of very lUht weights
H reed ln ewes sold as high ss $.0o.
There were really very few fst she.-p
here althoush packers nought a couple
run, everything sold In good s.ss.in
or loads or ewca at l.4 that wouhi pi n
ably have gone as feeders at any other
time of the week A little packBk.i of
wethera made 3.V..
Wuntatlona on siiccp and lamba: Imbs,
good to choice. 86ixii'8 70, lamb, (a r to
rianl, 3s.4"ij8..; lambs, feeders, 87. 'Mr
40: yearllnss. fair to choice, 3R.7MM.",'.;
vearllnKs. feeders. i i'n7.IO; wethers,
fair to choice, 3n 6M4.af.; cwea, kihmI to
choice, 3,.6uti.i.;6: ewes, talr lo gimd, 44 ,5
ewra. feeders, JI.lnKu6.ii"
MM 1'tah lamb
fir8 Wyoming lamba
(V.2 Idaho lambs
SI'" I tab feeder lambs....
l.M Wyoming feeder lamb
Ml Idaho feeder lamba...
XM Idaho feeder lamns..
Idaho breeder ewes
47 Idaho yearllnss
lot vomica- ewes
KM Idaho ewes
Me Wyoming feeder ewes
6rt Wyoming feeder yearllnss H)
w2 Wyoming feeder liimi.. t
171 Wyoming feeder lambs.
218 Idaho feeder lamba
Idaho feeder lambs
277 Wyoming lambs
711 Wyoming lambs
' Idaho lambs
1.270 Idaho lancus ,
I 4S6 Montana lamb
'0 Montana lamba
iw Mat. tamos
CHICAOO. Oct. 1. TATTl.ll-ltecelpt.
market, weak; native ocer
weak; native beef
j cattle, so.uij io.Tt; weatcrn sieera, .i.'r
s.k.; cows aua neiiera, fj..".ryn,j, caiws,
HOli- Receipts. 14.0IW head; market,
weak, mostly lofylRc lower; bulk, 3'.!"U'
7.8n light, 37..yu.00; mixed, IK'wicS 15;
heavy, 36.tkUa.t; rough, 6ti.8oi.i8.80; pigs,
8Hl1.lu, AND IJMBS-Recelpts, loorw
head; market, strong; wethers, 8i i64H
t.U; we. 33...f).90; Iambs, 37.0uJ.26.
t. Irftal 1.1 ve atoclt Market.
BT. I.OC19. Oct 1. OATTLJ0 Receipts.
1.8H0 head; market steady; native beef
steers, 87.MMI 10.86; yearling sters and
heifers, u.oU'lo.; cows, hAi.oo; stoca
ers and feeders. 8ti.00iM.2u: southern
.steers. 8A.26i.M; cows snd heifers, 4.(XNy
6.6o: native calves. K.ou ll.oo.
HCMia Receipts, 6.MM hed; market
lower; pigs and lights, 3ti.Kti8.2S; mixed
and butchers, 8'.7frij8.i; good heavy, i.i6
KHEKP AND I.AM ri!4 Receipts, K
head; market steady; lambs, 3Mr0.00;
sheep and ewes, lo.0P4f7.76.
Kansas City I.lve atoek Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Oct I. -CATTLE
Receipts, 600 head; market tseady:
prime fed steers, 8:i.6iii 10.10; dressed beef
steers, a7.8KVii9.4ii; western steers, lil.tfa'
(; stnekers and feeders, 3'.M1i.00; bulla,
3fi.0ojit .no; calves. 3.0usi 10.tn.
IHH1S Receipts, 2,400 head; market
lower: bulk of sales, 37.4wiH.00; heavy,
J7.4fltfW.7o; packers and butchers. 37.8HfU'
.10; llnht, 37.Wt(i.00; plus, 3. .Mil.. S.
H1IKKI AND 1 .A MILS Kocolpts, 8.MW
head; market higher; lambs, k
yni linns, 38.iiOiu4.76; wethers, 3'.6r(iii.60;
ftloux City 1.1 ve Block Market.
HlOllX CITY. Ia.. Oct. 1.-CATTM0
Rectlpts, head; market steady; native
steers, 17. "O'ii !.; rows and he lera, ' HKif
6 00; canners, 18.6'Kli'i. W; stockers and
feeders, 36.5H 7.00; bull, stag, etc., 34.86
llotW Receipt. 2.610 head: market Re
lower; heavy, S7.2W7.S6: mixed, 87.0017.20;
light, 38 8i'u7.00; bulk of sales, SO.Htxhl.lW.
rHKfcU AND LAMUd Receipts, 600
t. Joseph I.lv Slock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Oct. l.-CATTL.r0-Re-relis,
Alio head; market steady; steers,
S7.ttiltijv.76; cows and helfoi, t.Ou.iO.uU.
HOOrf Receipts, f.WO head; market
steady to lower; top, S8.02H; bul' oi sales,
8HKEP AND IJIMtIB IterMlots, 2009
bead; markst steady; iambs, 3S.00w8.70.
I.lve "lock la tl(M.
Receipts of live slock at tho five prin
cipal western markets:
rattle. lings. Hheep.
1 V.nu V.".
' ir."".-,,! ' y
8.300 29,00 18.0U0
X'lMxr vnn w rt 1 rviTsiAv u ...
ouiet: middling upland. 11.80: sales. 10)
Cotton future opened steady; October. I
11. Wo; December, Uiic; January, U.36c;l
March, 12.80c; May, 11.760. 1
Cotton future closed firm; October,
1378o: December, 13.08c; January, 1213c; '
Marcn, u.uo; May, liitX).
The cotton market ciosed firm at a
net decline of 8 to 8 points.
LIVERPOOL.. Oct. 1 C'OTTO.V-Spot,
steady; good middling, 7.26d; middling,
87d; low middling, 3.48d; saUa, tt.OuO
Oxaaha Hay Market.
OMAHA, Sept. SO.-el'RAIRIU HAT
Choice upland, none here, 313.(10; No. I,
non here, 1 10.60.0 11.50; No. 8, 88.0010.60;
No. 8, S7.00iiO.uu. choice, midland, none
here, 311. 60; No. 1, none here, SlO.OOfTll.oo;
No. 3. 88.004110.00: No. I. 88.Uwi.00. Choice
lowland, none hem, 3UO0; No. 1, 9 5'
10.50: No. 3, 87 .0o;.00; No. 3, 36007.0u.
A IFALFA Choice, 312 onylj.W; No. I,
ll.rtHtt 11.60: No. 3. 3.00f 10.00.
STRAW None on the market: choice.
! TH'iJtU 6-0uitiM- ci'0,,: 0u or 8 W
4H aad Stasia.
SAVANNAH, Oa.. Oct. 1-TI'RPEN-
FIVE li". ..... Ml. . 4 l.l.l- .
A I . II..., W" T, , H
celpts, bbl. ; shipments, IM bbl.;
torks. 14.604 bhls.
ROHIN Firm; sales, 843 lib! a.; receipts,
1.178 bide.; shipments, 2,083 tibia.; stocks,
64 48 t.b's. Quotations: A, II, C. I). 11,
81.4014: F O. 11, I. 13.46: K. Sl.flo; M, Sl i-o;
N. S4.80; WO, 36. HO; WW. 3000.
N1CW TORK. Oct. 1 PtTQAR Raw,
ea y: centrlf' gal. J 7Wi 3 K'c : molasses.
3 8tut,1.12c; raflimd. staady. 8ugar futures
opened quieter today. At noon prices were
unchanged to 8 point lower,
Iry Goods Market.
NEW TORK. Oct 1. DRT OOOIXS j
01 ion goooe, rirm; wool maraets were
easy In the domestic dlv'sion, but very
firm In foreign wools; yarns, advancing;
ready-to-wear lines, active.
Cotton Drops Two
Dollars Per Bale
NEW YORK, Oct. 1. Ther was a sen
sationally rapid break of 32 per bale or
more in th cotton market htir today
under th heavy general celling. After
elllng at 13 244 at the opening, Iccember
broke to 11.70 within the first half hour,
whit January sold off from 12.JS0 to 11 860,
or 48 points uncer the closing price of
yesterday, and no less than 34 50 per bal
from th high record of last Tuesday.
Gold Imports Aro
Quarter of Billion
WABHINQTON, Oct. 1. Th Immense
voluma of gold flowing Into th United
Ifltat. in return for war order. I. ihown
in a reaersi reserve ooara announcement
today that January I to September 17
th. ImporU amounted to mueoo. while
gold exported In th same period was
only 111.077,000. In th amount received
aiuiKunoa .. . . , ,
wer S164.858.000 In American gold ooln.
Apartments, flats, houses and cottage
ran be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Bea "Foe R-nt"
H4 ror Kent.
A waa to be expected with such a
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Gathers Frrsh Strenph and Move
to Greater Heights.
ATTENTION FOCUSED ON STEEI
NKW York. i. l. With UnlteiJ
StiiUs Kleel as leader, today s market
mtiliered Iresh stienirlh and moved t
141 eater heights on an expanding volume
,'PHI,,r 'im1 1
i" buincm In
the first two ana last
aactlons averaged about
14.' 'Oh ai.nn a iwr Hour, wltn some dimmu-
tl.n al iidilua'. Only tor that brief
breathing speil, the day's dealings would
ha ece.-d d all ie.inis for yeara.
Fven so, the turnover swelle.1 to the txige
totui of l. Iti.iko shares, ttieel alone con
trlhutlng aiiiwwt per cent.
Attention was focueod upon Steel from
the hculiimnK. wdh Its Initial offering of
l.'.io ahaiea at TK to 7t, a gain of S.
Hefore noon It hol risen to HO- on indl
vldusl ottering which ran up to li,CM
shares. Toward the close it rose to HIV
or Within a traction of its best quotation
8 on since lull, when the stock was seemingly
8 40. on an assured 6 per cent dividend bel.
7 7o I Coppers and certnln titilltlee which tig-
8 10 und coMiMicuoiutly yesterday Cnlted
5 Hallways, common and preferred. Fhlla
8 76 delhhla Company and I'aciflo Telephone
6 J6 nnd Telegraph were again active at
6 "( hlKher price during the forenoon, but
6 l nps.-d later when some of Ino war snares
7 0 reruine.l iHVt.tloiia of swoulallve Im-
IMii tanct', V eat in house waa the out
ianllng figure of that group, advancing
7H to 1!1 on ol Coring of large blocks,
(icni'ial Klectilo also became prominent,
rising 4 to ITS'.
liuerspt-raeft with tho dealings were nu
merous spectacular movements In tleneral
.Motors, American Coal I'rodiicla, Vir
ginia Coal and 4'ok, American Pteel
r'oundry, Fertiliser leauea and various -other
slock of a non-deecr.ptlv char
acter. Heallslng sales sgaln matched
buying- iiiiieia In the final dealings, re
sultlna In comparatively minor reverses
from tup uuotatlona.
At no period during thn session did th
railroads show more than a moderate
IdcKiec of streiiKth. and trading In these
issues was at nines neariiKihie. t nm ine
last nHur some selling ot t ananian t a
ctile caused bee luces In other tranepor
tstlon shares, jlsldwln I emotive, Tn--
nesaee Copper and lackwanna Pteel
also react, d on further selling for profit.
The only feetur In the bond market.
In which trading was large, was the
higher price quoted for Copper con
vert, hie I sours. Total sales, par value,
aggregated 34, .190,000.
I'nited btate hand were unchanged.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks were aa
Bslra. HUB. !. Cletw.
Alsak Onl4 , I.n" HI 81' II
Allla-Chftlnief Il.iso 4714! 4M, 4
Amarlisn Buxsr..... 14 7" '4 87 4
Amvilian I aa M.l 4 44
Amarl.ian lK")miMlTS ... lO.ltn 7fl' Uj 84
A merino H. a H 14, 1(X) V 18
Amsrlian H a R. pf4 I"1
A si. Kuaar Keflnlna lwi 10H IMS
Am.rlran Tsl. 11
Amertens Tobacco ..... 2M
Ans.xm.l IVpiMr ........ V. 14 Tl'4 74
Atrhlaen 1,4oi pH lM I0.S
Xal.lwin IxKomirtlTS .... 11.7110 U 1M U
Halilmor Ohio t.sns 4 11 :
Hthllirm steal 14 867 8i8 84
Brooklyn ltailrt Trenail.. "0 t Jt4j lt
Callrornla rnmlaum .... l.nos id u I
rnatlaa I'arlMo 1.e lsnv U S 1171,
(antral leather ! MS 41S 43S
ChnapwU a Ohio 1.W0 WS tOS
Ctileaau a. W It
ttilrnao, M HI. p.... l,no 87U, S 44
t'ltleaao N. W 1M 187S W
4'hleaa... R. I. V. Ry.. U.' MS !2S f'S
t lilno Oipper I.tmo 4SS 41 4.S
(oloracio rual Iran,.., 4,ftm 4S 8IM. 1
(Turllila 1tl 1 1. (UK) 1"4S V't
ln.r H. U. Plrt 1"S
DUtlllara' Hecurltlaa ....II M0 S -"
F.i la .l tH ' ' l'i
(lenar! Rlerlrlo 8.' 11S 17H 17
Ort Nurtliera pfd 0 11S 11S list
flreat No. Or otfa 31. WO 44, 4s
ltiKnhalin Bxploratlos.. 1,0i4 S 87 w 7S
I lllnols Ontral U
lutorb.iroiih a. Carp,, t.000 10 1S 1V
lnspliatlou lVl"r U.IM 44 S 42 42S
lilttirliallnnsl Harveatsr . V"i
Kanana 1t Koutbsfa.... 1 17 11 MS
Lblh Valley in H.r 144S 1
liiilavllle S NashTllls 1
Maikan Patrolaum Ion 47 41 S
Miami Conpar II 4iO SV 2S SU1
MlaaouM, K. T. pfd.... as) US 11 US
Mlaaourl laelfla It,
Natmnal tllaeult " 12S IM 1J
I National ImiI l.axl (7 S 'k
Nita roppsr 4. 18 US
New York Ontral t.tun MS MH
N. T , N. H. H 1,1' MU, H H-a
Norfulk A Vi-.itarn Tot) 114 11 111',
Nnrtliara Paolfla I.OvO 1)1 110 Ho
I'arltln Mall II
I Parlrio Tel. a Tl 700 4 44 4S
Pennsylvania tl 111 111 ll'S
I'nllman Pa la "a car soil 1 IMS 1"S
Par ( on. Copper 5.7 If.S M S
headlns II, MM IMS 1M IMS
I Haruhllu Iras Blssl..,. 14. HO U 84 U
ftadthara Parltle I.W 4 MS
aillhara Railway I.iwo 1 14 14
StlKtahaaar umnanr IM 142s 14A 1)
I TonnaSfM Onppar Id.laM 4 4
1 Teiaa I'ompany "i UK IMS 1-',
U nion rrif e 1i0 ia ii isi
t'nlon Vscltlo pfit (nd' II S S
Vnliad maiaa Biaal IM.tia) li 1 m
V. H. taa pfd i.'i" lift 114 114
Man Cnppar 11,100 1 1 (
Waalara I Hlon IK4) T " T
, Waatlnshnuaa Blactrlo ..14T.S0U 13? 1K 111V
Montana Poser ltd ( II M
Uanaral Motor 1.000 84 821 844
Total sale for th Say, l.lltooo
x rk Moaey Market.
NKW YORK, Oct. 1. MERCANTILE
PA I'KR-81 S per cent.
HTKRL1NU HXCltANOB Sixty-day
hills, 34.8bjO; demand, 317333; cable,
SILVER Bar, 49o; Mexican dollars.
oNDS Government. teady; railroad,
Ti.nK LOANS Sixty and ninety days,
JVi'i.l per cent; six months, 3 per rnt.
CAtU MONET Easy; high, i per tent:
low, IVj per cent; ruling rates, 8 per cent;
Inst loan, 3 per cent; closing bid, U pr
cent; offered at 3 per rent.
Closing quotation on bond today ware
V. 8. ret. a, rag
I 4o r'-uron ...
. T M. K. a T. 1st 4S.. 7t
, rr Mn. Paa. rr. ta..,. 11
.PWXN. T. r. ob. 4. ...!
ID N. T. 1ty 4SS....K1
.KM N. T. gtaM 4S DOW
V. t). la. n..
do coupon .....
V. 8 4a. raf....
Ao ceuDon .....
levsN. t.. n, u. a h.
faiiama coupon. ,1 us ey, a
Am. umallsra la...(l4 No. Psolfl ta...
A. T. T. . 4S..1 40 la ., US
Armour A Co. 4S.. !SH. 0. U rat. 4a... M
Al.olaon aa. 4a ... 81'Pa. T. A T. 8a... M i
but. A Olilo 4a 17 I'ana. eoa. 4Sa 101
ran. 1'aoKlc lat W (to ss. 4a 7
t'lias. a Olilo 4.. 4Raadlui sa. 4a 12
- B. a U. 1. 4a.... MSH. 1 A B. T. I. 4a M.
i C M A P I 4a.. 81 Bo. Par. st. 8a. 100
C. It. I. A P. r. 4a. 4S raf 4s .,4
, (:. A . raf. 4.., 71 Bo. JUllaar
I. A H. O. raf. 6a.. 44 tnloa Pacific 4a....
r.rla can. 4a do cv.
len. Klat'trle M....1U I'. B. Klbar la... lt
(It. No. lat 4l... W t. Blaal la 1U1
111. (aa. raf. 4 M Waliaso lat . ......lies
K. c Ho. rrf. .. aWaai. t nloa a... M
U f N. ant. 4a.... 81 Wast, fclao. or. 8a.. lit
I on don Block Market.
I.ONTK1V, Oct. 1. American securitlel
wer rather uncertain. The continued
strength of exchange caused a droaalnir
tendency, but only a small amount of
business was transacted. Th closing was
hi L.VKR Bar. tTd per ounoa.
, MONEY 4 per cent.
l)l.StHl NT RATEH Short bill, 4"i4
4, per cent; three months, 444 per cent.
NEW YORK. Oct. 1 METALS Fx -chujige
quote lead 3460. Spelter not
quoted. Copper. leady; electrolytic, 818 ib;
Iron, quiet and uncliaiigud. Tin, easy;
At lumdon: Spot, copper, s?7S: futures,
73 17a fid; electrolytic 87 Ids. 8pot.
tin, ivlU); futures, 151 6s. Antimony,
125. lad, 4:24 2a 6d. Hpelter, 67 10s.
PACIFIC RAIUROAD COM
Auction The following unclaimed bag
gage will be sold at auction at Omaha
Fireproof &torage Company's building, Wi
South littventeenth street, Omaha, Neb.,
commencing at 7 o'clock p. m., Tuesday,
Ocloocr 12, Pth". and continuing the aaino
hour each' day until all has been sold:
Valise. Hoi cn Onirard: bundle, H. H. IJke
; It. T. Richard. Ult.hon,
cases, r-rneet Dovrlay.
. Honersh, Alton, Pa.;
ton. Neb.: Bert Morris.
Colllnsvllle t)kl. I'a luted canvas trunus,
.lesnle R. tfrencer Denver, Cio.; P. J. K.,
Hubert Harsell, St. Paul, Neb ; Rolll A.
,'; Zlnc trunk;? M.77a'oob.:
f nicago, in. ; jacason rtoaatti, iiH-rlor
w7 ; Mr- r Williams. Cheyenne,
Oeigar, Camp mm1, Wyo. titeanir
ru" u" R ,T"yAor' ',oi Idaho;
61 in Alio Heanelly. Wayne, Nek.
i AlBO p)wce. or miscellaneous artloles,
leonslstlug of trunks, boxes, er.osta
. bundlts. blankets, valises, guns, wstchee.
ovorcoes. umbrellaa snd uiuaioal luatru
menta. t marked. O. Ll AIXKT Oeo-
I,na iiavKuge Agent, .i-ii-!.i-ty,