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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. 1916,
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Cash Wheat Follows Future
Market Lead and Sells
, Considerable Higher.
RECEIPTS ARE VERY HEAVY
Omaha, Bpel t, Itll,
FoMetrinr the huTT advance In the fu
ture market each wheat aold from efftttc
Me-har. Th receipts were vary havy. but
the demand far thla creal wai excellent,
and the aamplea were aajlly dlipoaed of at
the advance In price.
Ke. 1 hard wheat a vera fed from 1.4I te
11.(9, while the bulk of the No. I trad
old at 1.41. No. 4 hard covered a wide
raiure, the lowest price being- ll.H ana
the hit-heat $1.47, the bulk eel ling from
The corn market wai firm, wtth th bulk
of the aamslea rolna- at a He advance.
The ytllow told at Ho premium over the
whit and mixed corn thee demand for thla
variety being- particularly atronf.
The eata market followed corn and wheat
' In the advance and wee quoted from lo to
JUe higher, the bulk of the aampiee graa
it Vn. I whit and eeinna- at 44c.
The beet aradea of oata sold at 44HC and
. ie and the poorer gradea ranged In price
from 4 to 43 c.
Are Hold about 1c above Saturday! high-
nt quotation and barley ruled from lt3e
higher. The receipt of both theae cereale
were very good end thre waa an excel
lent demand for all rradea of barley,
Clearances were: Wheat and Flour equal
to 1.043.0OO buaheli: corn, JS1.000 DUineii
ala 1CI flOO huhla
Liverpool cloae: Wheat, 2d lower to Jd
. up; corn, lower,
Primary wheat recelpta were t, 121.900
huihela and ahlpmenta J.olO.Mft bueheli,
gainst recelpta of 1,470,000 buihela and
ahipmenta or l.iii.ooo Duenei .aai year.
Primary corn recelDta were 156.000 buih'
and ghlpmente 167,000 buaheia. agalnet
recelpta of 110,000 buaheia and ihtpmenta
or ZTfc.OQv buaheia last year,
Primary oats receipts were 3.177,000 buah
el and ahlpments 1,171,000 bueheli. agalnet
receipt of 1,1X3. 609 bueheli and ahlpments
or l, fit, fee Duaneia iaai year.
Wheat Corn. Oat.
Chlearo 71 HI 2
Omaha 34 41 t
fft. Lout tt 111 129
' These sale wars reported todsy :
Wheat No. 1 herd winter: 1 cars,
II. 0H: T cars, 91.19. No. I hard winter:
11 cars. 1110; 10 cars. 1.4Hi 11 oars,
1.41; 1 car, 11.41 No. t hard winter:
1 car, $1.10; 9 cars, 91-41; 1 cars, 91.41:
9 ears, 11.41; 41 ear. 11.41; 1 car, I1.47H;
car, 91.47; 1 car, 1.49H: 1 car, 9140; 1
car, 11.41; 4 l-l oars, 91-41; 1 car, 91.44.
No. 4 hard winter: 9 car, 91.47; t cars,
91.40; I can, 9141; 1 oar, 9144: I car,
9I.4SH: 4 cars, 91.41; I cars, 91.41; 1 cat-,
11.414; 4 cars, 91.41; 4 oars, 91.40; H oar,
91. car, Bam pi nara wmier;
1 car, 91.41; 1 car, 91-49; 1 oar, 91. I: 1 car,
91.31. No. 9 spring: 1 car, 9111. No.
9 spring: 1 car, II 41. Sample white
spring: car, 1.17; '4 car, II. it. io. I
durum: 1 wr, 11.47; I ear, 1.49; 1 car,
91.41. No. 9 durum: 1 ear, 91.47; 1 car,
91.44H; 1 ear, 91-41. No. I mlitd durum:
H car, 9149. No. 9 mixed: 1-1 oar, 91.41.
No. 1 mixed: 1 car, 91.19; I ears, 91-41;
I can, 91-41. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, 91.41;
1 ear, 11.41; J cat, 91.41; 1 car, 91.49;
Rye No. I, 1 ear at II I. 1 ear at II. II,
1 car at 91.14: No. 9, 1 ear at IMS; No. 4,
1 nsr at 11.11.
Bariey o. a. a cars si sea, a vera ai woe,
1 car at 9vc; No. 4, 1 car at Ito, 1 car at
11c, 1 oar at lie, 1 ear at lie.
Corn No. f white, two-fifths ear at loo;
No. I whits, 1 car at 10 Ho, 1 ear at 10o;
No. 4 white, 9 ear at 7lo; No. I yellow, 1
car at IOHc; No. 1 yellow, 1 ear at 10c,
three-fifth ear at 7c; No. I ysllow, 1 ear
at II He; No. I yellow, 9 ear at lie; No. 1
mixed, 1 earn at lOo; No. 1 mixed, 9 ear
at 7c. 1 ears at 7tHe; No. 4 mixed, 1 car
at ?te; No. t mixed, 1 oar at 7lo; No, 1
mixed, X ear at Tie, I car at 77Uo, 1 car
Oats No. t whits, 1 ear at 4 So; standard,
1 vara at 44He; No. 9 whit, 1H ears
at 44c; No. 4 whits, 9 car at 43 c, 4 ears
at 4IHo; sample, 1 car at like, 1 cars
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 1 hard.
11.4101.19; No. 9 hard, I1.44C1.&0; No. 4
hard, 911101-47; No. I spring, H.4101.12;
No. I spring. 91.4101.41; No. 1 durum, 11.46
01-47; No. I durum, 91-4101-47. Corn: No.
t whits, 7l4OI0e; No. I whits, 711,9100.
No, 4 white, 7!07lo: No. I whits, 71 Vi
Ie; No. 1 white, 7l7IHe; No. 1 yel
low, lOOIOHe; No. 9 yellow, 7IHOi0c; No.
4 yellow, 7H7IHc; No. 9 yellow, 790
No. 9 yellow. 760 71c; No. 1 mixed,
7OI0c: No. 9 mixed. 7IH07le; No. 4
mixed, 7l07lc; No. 9 mixed, 7IHOTIc;
No. 9 mixed. 77H079C. Oats: No. I white,
44H04Ac; standard, 4444V: No. I white,
4fc0 44c; No. 4 whits, 41V04lVc. H tr
ie) : Malting, I709e: No. 1 feed, iflffiie,
Rje. No. 1, 91.U01.14; No. 1, ll.KCMI.
- Omaha Future.
, Ths wheat market opened strong today on
all option and elosed with a lo gain on
September and a little better than le on
both th December and May options Trad
Ing In ths December article was excep
tionally heavy 'and there waa a big In
crease In ths May trading.
Com ruled lc higher on September
and to higher on the May and December.
December and May oorn carried the bulk of
the dealing In corn and there was a fairly
active trad In th September.
Oats were strong In sympathy with the
ether markets and showed substantial vans
over the opening prices.
umaha cloalna- erica an futum t t.u
11.100 101 H
Am. Beet Sugar, . ,
Am, C. St Fndr.. . .
Am. 8. it Refg...,
Am. Sugar Refg..
Am. Tel. Tel. . .
Am. Zt.no. L. aV S.
Anaconda Copper,, 99,909 17
Held win Loco
Baltimore fc Ohio..
Brook. Rapid Tr. .
Ilutte e Sun. Cod.
Cal, Petroleum. ...
Canadian Pacific, .
Central Leather. . .
Chesapeake at Ohio.
C, M. 4 St. P
Chicago A North..
C, R. I. A p. Ry.
Colo. F. A Iron... .
Corn Prod. Refg,.
(.rue i oie steei.
iw l14 l. is.
MOO til lli
1,1011 tt II lift
loo lot 10014 lootf
Dl.tlll.r,' Security. 1.100
oenerai Electric. .
ut. Nortn pra
at, North. Or etf.
Inter. Con. Corn...
Inspiration Copper. 11,104 IIS 4 4J
Int.r. 11. r.. N. J . loo lltti 111 lit
Int. M. M. nfd. otto 14,100 IK'i 110 11,'i
K. C. Bouth.rn.... 100 lt 91 14 U
K.nnoeott Coppor. 12,100 I0 fcO I0U
l.ouU. Kub 121
H-x. P.troleura... 21.100 110 102U 10t
it.mi i.Dppir l,,vv Its ..t SB
MO., K. tk T.lt. PfO
Mluluro P.olflc... 1,200 4
Nevada Coppor. ... 1.700 I Hi
2.100 l4 17 V
1,100 111 117 4
1,200 U0H lot
N. T.. N. H. R
Pacific T.I. T.l.
Kay con. uoppar..
Roadlnl 12,100 1
n.p. iron HtMl, 4,,no Itu II
Phat. Artl. Coppar. 700 20 4 St
Op.n. Htth. Low. Cloaa. Tea.
1 40 1 41 140 1 44 lit
t 1414 1 4,14 141 1 4144 144
141-4414 110147 llo3l441,
'J tt 7144 7I 7t4
;; ;i 7i
'4 71 7t 71H
" H 41 4IH 494
" 'S 47 4IS 4114
Chlcaao cloaln prion, fumlah.d Th Km
Ill guuth aut.nth atraat:
I 10 4.
no 76 1,
12 IT 1
Hlh. Low. Cloaa, I
I II H 147 1 II
1 II 14114 1 42
1 "M 111 1 4114
I 4 II
T 7IH 7t
" 4014 4,44
ttttH 4IC 4IH
314 l4 12Hiiia
17 T IT 70 17 Tl
IT II II II 10
It l II tl 14 II
II 17 14 10 14 11
4 41 14 IT 14 IT
11 It II II II 11
r art Marliot,
Kanaaa Cltr. fcpt I Whaat No. 1 hard,
tl.Mttl.Ms Ko. 1 r.d. 1 tltjl.10; Bapt,m.
I'loi H b.r, 11.41; Mar, 11.40
Corn No. 1 mlaod, 11014c; No. I whits.
l:JI14c: No, y.llow, HOKo; R.pt.m.
Sv4"uc D0n,b MeM0i Mar.
,0:?..., wh"' "HtMHoi No. I
Butter .'r..m.rr. I la; flratl, lie; aae
onda Itr; parkin),, 24e.
Efa Flreta, 27c.
MlaaaapUa drain Market.
: Minneapolis, (apt. I. Wheat apt.mbsr,
1I.0014; Dacambar, 11. II. Caah: No. 1
hard. 11.07141 No. 1 northern, laa
l.tlll; No. 1 northern, II. 171401. 41V4.
Plour Pancr patents. ll.H. Olhsr trade,
Rra II lll IT.
Corn No. I rellow, lialllc.
Oats No. 1 white. 41011140.
riajapsaaV 11.044 01.1444.
t Lonla. Mo., lapt I Wheat So. 1
red. 11.K01.I714; No. I hard. 11.11 t)l II 14
Raptemsor, 11.1014; Daeambsr, 11.41 0
Corn Na. 1, Ito; No. I white. ItOltUo;
.- Oata Ma. I. tiatiUo: Mo a ai, 1..
ItTorwoal Otmla Market
Liverpool, (apt, I. Wheat Spot. No. 1
Manitoba, lta Id; No. I, 14a 4d; No, I rod
western winter, Itetd.
Corn Spot. American tailed, saw, 10s Td.
Floor Winter pat.ota, 41a.
Mops la London tPaelflo eoaat), 14 tie.
Dry Goods Market. -
New York, olept. I Cotton goods and
rams wsr firm todar. lreoe goods also
wars arm. with nativity la wool Hum. fllik.
..wars active. Jobbers reported a food trad.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Better Known Shares Make Up
Most of the Entire
U, S. STEEL SELLS HIGH
New Tork, Sept. 1. The trength and
feverish activity of todays' market might
have been more convincing had not some
of the better know isiuee Mercantile Ma
rines. United atate Steel, Reading, In
spiration Copper and Mexican Petroleum-
mad up an overwhelming percentage 01 me
entire operations. Out of a total of almoat
1,000.000 shares th Marine contnouiea
100.000 share. Steel 110,000 and th others
referred to about 111,009 share.
Deal in ra In Marines. lor wnicn no special
reason developed, other than th early ap
oroach of the reorranlsatlon, were on a
seals almost unprecedented sine tb boom
dayr nl Steel. The preferred made a gross
aaln of II oolnts on It rise to ths new rec
ord of 119, and the common also scored
a new record, gaining 9 to 9IH.
Hi eel a so sold at the Highest pne in us
history, touching II In th final trading.
Adding lent Friday's regular and extra divi
dend of 24 point to today's maximum,
It established a price of 101 U,, or almost 2
points mora than Us previous Dest.
Ke r-BPrinrrild Tire common ana pre
ferred, also rose to new levels at and
01. with a 7-oolnt gain for Chandler
Motor at 101 on Its extra dividend. Conspic
uous shtrength was manifested by other
motors and aeieccorles.
Stocks wore at t heir beat In the last
hour, that particular period witnessing a
aoectacular movement In Mexican Petro
leum, wnicn made an extreme gain or i to
110, with spmpathetic gain in other Mx
CoDDOrs. the more representative Indus-
trials, equipment and munition gained 1
to I point, with 1 for setbiehem nisei.
Ralsl wars Irregular,
General new of tha day included a new
low record for mark at 19 tt and the re
ceipt of another large amount of British
gold by way of Canada.
Ponds were irregular and without special
feature. Total sales, par value, iJ.7jft.ooB,
United Btats bond wr unchanged on
Number of loading as and Quotation on
in mantel war:
Sales. High. LrOW. utos.
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Mostly Ten Higher or
fifteen to Quarter Up in
Two Days Lambs Up.
HO OS C0NTINUIHQ TO CLIMB
Omaha, Rapt. I, lilt.
Rec.lota were: Cattle. Hora. Bhaep.
Official Monday 2.021 411 14,401
Eatlmate Tueeday 2,100 110 21,600
Two daya thla w..k.. 1.121 1.261 40,001
Sam. daya last weak .. .21.462 10,,22 I4.T22
Name daya 1 weska ago. 17,6,4 .!' 13.1T2
Same daya 2 waaka acclMU 16,6,1 21.214
flame days 4 weak. ajo.. 12.720 12.111 30.T27
Same days laat year ....20.171 11,127 71,174
Racelnta and dlenosltlon of live stock at
tha Union Block yarda, Omaha, Neb., for
twentr-four hours ending at 2 o'clock yes-
Cattle. Hoia. Sheep. Hft
C, II Ht P 1 1
Missouri Psclflc... I
Union Pacific 40 1 "
C. N. W eeet.. 2 1 ..
C. ft If. w., west.. Zi w
(.'., St. P.. JI. i O... 4
C, B. 4V west... 1, 1 11
C R. I. aV P.. east. 2 1 1
Chlearo Ct. West..
Total recelpta. .
1,240 101 101
i.ioi 'ii'u iiis
ioo 10 1144
700 177 171
1.400 1714 1644
2,00 01 10 Mil
1,400 I4U 114 SK
1,100 lllti 12414 1J1H
tAU 91 U
T. Central 11,100 1044 101 10IH
1.900 BSi HU 1BV
4,100 Hk J4 16
14 Vfa fit4 14
noil ? tail
tcuthern Paclfio.. 4.10 97 97 ITU
Southern Railway. 1.109 14 4 IIH it
8tudebalcr Co.,.. 10.7ftfl HI 1!0
Tennessee Copper,, 1,100 16 14 Mi 14H
Toxa Company... 100 111 ltjt m
in ion racino ix.eo llf lis
Union Paclfio pfd. 1,100 10U 10 90
U. S. Tnd. Alcohol, 1,109 111 199U 111
Hteel 141,109 19 1T4 lltt
K. Steel nfd i.loo mu ii?7 m
Mh Conner 1.T0O 14(1 iiu s
Wahsah ntA "II".. SAO situ, esse iiu
Ytern Union 141!
Westlngh. Kleetrle. 1,400 tt II ftp
tuiai aaiva lor ins oay, 1,000,090 snares.
.. Nw Yrfc Moaey Market.
New Tork. Rent. I. Uercentlla P-natvL
IS411H 9r ent.
Hterllng Bxrhanie 40-flaT bill. Il.TlU-
demand, t4.TI; cables. 14.74 Lll.
Btiver Bar, io; uexioan dollars. II He.
Bonds Government steady:: railroad
Time IrOarts Ftrmeri 99 day. ISIU ner
cent: 10 days, m4ylMi prent; six months,
IttViVt Pr cent.
Call Money Firm; high, I par eent; low,
I per cent! ruling rat, I per cent; laat
loan. I per enet; eloaln bld.lH per ceni;
orrerea ai 3 per cent.
U. B, ref. 1, reg it Mn. Pac. eon.
do couDon. . . . . Mont. Power
U. 8. la. reg...ftON, K. C. deb, 9a
. i"i'N, T. Cut 4"a
.101H (lltil) 10IS4
.119tiN. r., N. H. A
. 101 S4 H. ev. 61 110
No. Pae. 4 llti
4u nnu do ts....,.....iiti
Anglo-Prcneh l.HO. 0. 1 ref. 4S...1IT.
Mchlaon gen. 4. .librae. T. T. Is. .100
s o. 4s in "nn. eon 4Mja.i04
U. S. 4. reg
Am. Smelt, li
Am. T. T,
O. ev. 4A.
('., li. a u. Ji.
Beth. Steel ref.la.100 do gen. 4m...l0tV
iBtSH'Readlng gen. 4. 11
e"ai b. b, r.
17 V ref. 4 IIU
C4.MASt P.cv.4e. 104 So. Pae. ev. 1..104
C, R. I. 1 P. do ref. 4. , . . . . II
By, rr. s ti no. rty. is idi
. A K. ref. 44S.HVU, P. 4 14 U
n.n.Q.con,4..,.T7 Mo ev. 4 111
Brie gen. 4 Tl V. B. Rub. ....102tl
(Ion. Klee. 6e...l044r. S. Steel 6... 101
at. No. let 4US. lit west, union
111. Cent. ref. 4s. .IHWestlnghous
1. M. M. . . .lwiH kic ev. BI...11T
K. C. S. ref. KS..I0 D. A R, G ref. I.4
N. un. 4... 13 'Bid. Offered.
M.,KT. lit 4S.T1
lsocal S toe ha and Beads.
Quotations furnished by Bums, Brlnlcer
A Co., 441-11 Omaha National bank build
BTOCKB Bid, ASKSd.
Beatrice Crmy. Co. I pot pfd. ..101 101
Booth Fisheries Co. pfd 80 II
Deere A Co. pfd 19 11
Douglas Hotel Co. stock 90 TO
Fairmont Crmy. Co. pet pfd. .104 101
Qoorh M. A B. Co. T pat pfd B 11 100
Muuntain ma tea t. at t. C0..111 111
MrCrory Stores Corp. pfd. 14 11
Omaha A C. B. By. A B; pfd 19
Omaha A C. B. St. By. pfd.... Ti 71
Omaha A C & 01. By. eon... 41 11
peters Mill co. prd ,.,,11 101
Packard Motor Co. pfd 100 101
ftulRberger A Son Co. pfd...... II 100
union mock yard 1 pet toe..io ill
Booth -St, Louis Is, 1111 11 IOO
Denver Oas A Klee (s, 1941.... 11 II
Rest St. 1 A Sub. la, 1913.... II 17
Iowa Ptd. C. Co. Is. 1119-1124. 19 190
Ft. Dodge, Dea. Moines I I C.. II 11
K. u. Hy. 1st 61, ) 17 91
O. A C. B. St. Ry. 1. 1131.. lltt ITU
Suliberger A Son Co. 4, 1141,. 19 100
Swift A Co. la, 1944 100 100
Tork Neb.) gen. Imp. I. 1119.100 101
Trenton (Nb.( Elec. Is, 1 931 -34. 04 104.31
LaiMln Btoek Market.
ljondon, Sept. I. American seeurltlea
were Id I In th absence of a lead from
wall a tree l. out price hardened near th
Sll'r Bar, Sld per ounce.
Money 4 per oent.
Discount Kates Short hills. !U4tBU Mr
cent, thro month. !& per eent.
Omaha. Sept. 1. Bank rleatinra for
Omaha today were 11,141,141,14 and for the
corresponding day last year, 11,114,441.11,
New Tork. SeoL . I. Cotton PuH.a
opened firm; October, 14.99e; December,
li.eto; January, lt.isc, March. II. lie; May,
Spot steady: mlddllnc noland. ll.iie.
Satea. 109 bales.
Th ootton market closed oaar at a de
cline of 11 to 14 points.
Liverpool. Sept. I. Cotton- not stsadv:
good middling, l.lld; middling, I.Tld; low
middling, l;ld; sale, 1,004 bales.
New Tork. Sept. I. Metals Lead. It ll
9.11. Spelter dull; spot East St. Louis de
livery, It. 71 asked. Copper firm; electro
lytic, I3T.I9C11-09. Iron steady; No. 1
northern, Ill.lOf) 11.90; No. J, 110. Off Q 19.10;
No. 1 southern, 1.I0 14.49; No. I, $19.99
sfiv.ev im (inn; spot, fif.ifMt.Jt.
At London: Scot eoossr. ilOl: futures.
(109 10s; electrolytic, 110; spot tin. 1179
lis; future, MU 10s; lead, in, apeltar, 141.
4KS 149 1,111
H .... 1.138
417 171 4,718
14 .... ....
121 .... 1.&2S
Cattls. Hogs. Sheep
V.orr s A Co
HKlft A Company. . ..
Crdahy Packing Co..
Annour A Co
.r. W. Murphy
Linrolr. Packing Co..
H. Omaha Packlr g Co,
Kohr Packing Co
Hill A Son
F. B, Lewis.
J. B. Root A Co
Posenatock Bros. ....
F O. Kellogg
Werthelmer A Degen.
H. F. Hamilton
Rctbschlld A Krebs..
Mo. .A Kan. Calf Co..
Jensen A Litngren....
Total 1,117 1,011 11,711
Cattle Receipts were very moderate again
today. Th total for the two days amounts
to only 4,111 hsd, as against 11,911 for the
same period last week. The light run, as
a matter of course, is due to mo rauroaa
strike sear at th elose of laat week that
cut off western shipment.
Th trad today waa reasonably active at
price that were strong to as much a 10c
higher than yesterday, or around llt3Sc
higher for the two days. The meager of
ferings changed hands In good season In
ths morning. The best corn-fed yearlings
hers sold up to flO, while range beef sold
a high as li. 10,
Quotation on cattle; Good to choice
heaves. 11.00919.90; fair te good beeves.
H. T64J1.I0; common to fair betvei, $4,604
I. 71; good to oholcs grses beeves, $7,600
9.00; fair to good grass beeves, $7.1697.60;
eommon to fair grass beeves, $6.2007.16;
good to choice heifer. $.1097. 11; good to
choice cows, 14.407.00: fair to good cowa,
$6,714)9.49; eommon to fair cow. $4,009
6,76; good to cholcs feeders, I7.3&4H-26;
fair to good feeders, $6.I07.36; common
to fair feeders. $4.0001.76; good to choice
stookera, $7.1107.76; stock heifers, $6,600
o.to; stock cows, ivz6 m; stock eaives.
$4,6001.09; veal eaives, $6.90011.10; beef
bulls, stags, etc., $1.9007.00; Bologna bulls,
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
Ill $1 tt 4 117 $1 40
....161 I 10
.... Ill I 16 49 HT
.... 938 7 90 II 970
....1101 T 11 II 194
....1081 1 00 11 1111
....1211 I 76 11 Ill
.... 141 I 60 21 121
....1041 I 60 10 146
.... 961 I 00 II T74
....1011 I 81 II Ill
.... 140 I 10 14 ,. 4S7
.... Ill I 10 1 131
... 147 11 31
STOCK BRS AND FEEDERS,
....1004 7 10
J. S. Hull Nebraska.
11 fdrs 1111
11 feeder 1101
I feeders 1311
C. W. Thsnbold Idaho.
10 itesre IM
I eowa mas
1 oews 16M
74 steers.. , 131
II leer.,,, mo
Dan Oorbv Idaho.
17 feeder 184
I steer an
II steers. 1441
uua Brtnneman Nebraska,
11 steer , inn 7 4
4 steer.,,, ioo g
I -alf.,.,. 40 1 71
I heifers , H 9 71
cava Ill 00
1 cow.... 710 00
' Hos About all that muI h m enP
todai'a hog supply was that It was larger
than Monday'. There were only twelve
ear or about no hii miivari ui...
the two day' arrival 1.141 head, the mall
eat for any Monday and Tuesday in a long
..J. fw in cnrreaponaing oay last week
arrival were 10,111 head, two weeks ago
1,197 head and last year 11,137.
Including what hogs were held over yes
terday, there were mora than l.OflO htarl
on offer thla morning, so trade bore a little
more reaemblanoe to a regular market to
day. Comparatively light runs wero the rule
all around th circuit, and sharp advances
noun ai neany ail points l,ocal ship
pers bought moat of the offerings, though
packers got a few loads. Prices, while
more or less uneven were In ilmmt nn
Instanc quoted as less than a quarter high
er than Saturday, while on some of the
least desirable stuff It was thought that
thre waa even more advance than that.
Thero were not enough hog on sal to
make a bulk, but nearly everything landed
within a range of $19.16019.60, a few com
mon heavies selling as low as $10.40, with 1
pretty good kind of butchers up to $10.81.
Thla price was ths highest actually paid,
though, owing to the foot that no toppy
hogs wsr offered, It w impossible to say
Just where best light and butcher would
land. Moat trader considered $10.60 a con
servative quotation for best shipping grades.
No. Av. Bh. Pr, No. Av. Sh. Pr.
I. .Ill ... 110 1ft 11. .Ill ... ItO II
II.. 379 lift 19 16 41.. Ill 190 10 II
II. .131 40 10 10 41. .Ill 40 10 II
Bheep sheep and lamb receipt ot bark
to something Ilk normal thla morning
though both th eattla and aheep runs
were exceedingly light for this aeaaon. Ar
rivals were estimated at ninety-four ears,
or 16.100 head. 80 far thin week supplies
amount to 40,001 head, as against 4.711
last weoR. n.ui two weeks ago and 79.
176 a year ago.
Th run here was br far ths heaviest on
(he market map again today, but under
th Influence of a strong local packer de
mand and bullish reports from other pulnts
trade opened quit a little higher. Move
ment etarted early and bulk of th lambs
had changed hands by the middle of the
forenoon at prices that were generally 100
0o higher than yesterday.
Close wa If anything the day's beat time
and everything In th fat line had changed
Painful Swollen Veins
Quickly Relieved and
Mrs. R. M. Rtmlsr. of Federal. Kansas.
write nn tntrtlng account of her luseoss
In reducing a sovert ease of enlarged vain
that shovM be encouraging to other similar
ly aflleUd. Sh suffered with badly swollen
and Inflamed veins (In fact on had broken),
for mora than vn years bofort ah be
eara acquainted with Abeorbln. JrM and
used ft. Abaorbtn. Jr., was faithfully applied
for HTtral weeks and, to quota from her
letter, "The larw knot in th vein left, It
was nil niely healed and baa not bothered
Abeorbln, Jr., 1 an entUepti liniment
healing, cooling and loothlng. Saf and
pleasant to as, ll.M and $1.00 at your
druggist's or postpaid. Liberal trial bottle
postpaid for 10 In stamps.
W. F. YOUNG. P. D. F.
1U Tempi St Ipringfiald, Mai.
ah m! a li-np before mlddav. Ilulk of the de-ilrflbl-
offerings sold upwards from I10.41),
b-st icnthlng $10.40, the llguest figure
psii hce since two weeks ago today.
Fat cheep were In mure liberal suppl
but here, too, request was good and prices
showed a stronger tone all through, a num
ber of ewe sales being called as much as
lefllle higher. Several bunches sold as
high as IS. 7 6, while one lot reac.hM $6.00,
and a band of ewes that carried a sprinkling
of wethers resetted $7.00, which pries also
bought some straight wethers.
Ths feeder market waa none too ac
tive and quite a few bunches were still un
sold at noon, hut what stuff had changed
hands was easily steady with laat week.
Quota t tone on shep snd lambs: Lambs,
good to choice, $10.40010.40; lambs, fair to
good, $10.00010.36; lambs, feeders, $9,600
10.16; yearlings, good to choice. $7.0007.60;
yearltnga, fair to good, $4.6007.00; yearlings,
feeders, $6.1098.00; wethers, fair to choice.
f6.1607.I6; ewes,, good to choice. $4,269
4.10; ewes, fair to good, 14.0006. 66; ewee,
plain to culls, $4.0006.76; ewes, feeders,
11.0001.36; ewes, breeder, all age, $6,160
No. Av. Pr.
160 Wyoming feeder lamb.... 61 $ I 16
10$ Wyoming feeder lambs 17 10 11
84 Idaho feeder lambs 64 10 16
177 Idaho feeder lambs 4 10 II
1,149 Idaho feeder lamba 64 10 16
II cull lamba IS 9 00
US cull feeder lambs 77 I 46
147 cull lambs 77 I 46
188 Idaho feeder ewes 93 4 16
170 Idaho feeder ew 103 1 76
114 Idaho feeder ewes 14 4 86
29 Idaho feeder ewes 110 6 76
114 Wyoming ewes 114 7 00
43 Wyoming ewes 104 6 4$
steers and heifer, $7.6009.00; native calve,
Hogs Receipts. 1,600 head: market hlgh
r; pigs and lights, $7.00011.11.10; mixed
and butchers, 110,7011.30; good heavy,
$11.30011.40; bulk. $10.70011.20.
Sheep and lambs Receipts, 860 head;
market itrnnv: limhi. 17 01 On 10. 60 : sEamrht-
jer ewes, $6,0007.26; bleating ewes, $1,000
10.00; yearlings, iB.ontf .&.
Sioux City Lire Stock Market.
Sioux City, Sept. I. Cattle Receipts, 100
head; market stsdy; beef steers, $6,760
10.10; cannnrs, $3.7606.16; stocker and
feeders, $6.3607.46; bulls, stags, etc., $6,360
7.00; feeding cows and heifers, $4.3606.60.
Hogs Receipts, 600 head; market 10011c
Ihlgher; light, $10.30010.20; mixed, $10.30
010.5; heavy, 115.36010.76; bum ox saiea,
Sheep and Lambs Not quoted.
at harvest was only 42.4, the lowest average
ever known. An extreme bulge "of 40 wai
shown by wheat In some case.
Foretciiers gave signs today that no time
was being lost In getting hold of a share
of the surplus in last year's wheat In this
country and In Canada.
Corn sympathised with wheat. Crop esti
mates werv materially lower a compared
with a month ago,
Oata were lifted by a good export de
mand. Figure on this season's yield of
oata were greatly reduced from the govern
ment total of last month.
Most of the trade In provision consisted
of changes from the nearby months to the
January delivery. Price changes were Ir
regular, Chicago Caah Price Wheat: No. 2 red,
fl.SO01.IOH: No. I red. $1.4101. $0: No.
S hard, ll.&l ti 0 L1H : No. 1 hard. $1.46V0
1.63. Corn: No. 2 yellow, 87088c; No. 4
yelliw, 14K0864c; No. 4 white, 84086.
Oats: No. 3 white, 46Vi04Tc; standard,
464047c. Rye: No. Z, $1.1001.22. Bar
ley: 7oc0$l.O7. Seeds: Timothy. $3,600
4 75; clover, $7.00014.00, Provisions: Pork.
$27.76; lard, $14.60; ribs. $14.40014.86.
Butter Steady: creamery. 20$lttc.
Eggs Steady; receipts. 11.681 cases; at
mark cases included, 2&H2ec; ordinary
Ante, 24 W 24 He; at mark cases Included,
Potatoes Lower; receipts, 10 car; Jer
sey cobblers. $1.5001.70; Jersey giant,
$1.3001.40; Minnesota Ohios, $1.1001.16.
Poultry Alive, lower; fowls, l!01!e;
Lire Stock In Sight.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKKT.
Cattle Market Reported Steady f Sheep
strong) Hog MAgau
Chicago, Sept. 6. Cattle Receipts, 1,000
head: market steady; native beef cattle,
$8.16 011.10; western steers, $6.6001.11;
storkers snd feeders, $4.7607.86; cows and
heifers, $3. 7509.60; calves, $8.60012.76.
Hogs Receipts, 3,600, the smallest Tues
day record ever known here; market unset
tled, closed weak, 10016c advanre mostly
lost; bulk of sales, $10.60011.10; light, $10.60
011. el; mixed, 10.10011.30; heavy, $10,010
10.26; pig, $4.6001.16.
Hheep and Umbi Receipts, l a.ooo head;
market strong; wethers, $4.1007.15; ewes,
4.4O07..t; lambs, $6.60010.10.
Knnsaa City Llv Stock Market.
Kansas City, Sept. I. Cattle Receipts,
8,500 head; market higher; prime fed steers,
$10.00011.25; dressed beef steers, $7,600
75: western steers, $4.6009.60; stockers
and feeders. $6.0001.31; bulls, $5,2604.60;
Hogs Receipts, 4,000 head: market high
er; bulk of sales, $10.40 011.04; heavy, $10.60
010.10; packers and batchers, 910.60011.06:
light, $10.60011.06; pigs, $8.6001.76.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 4,100; market
strong; lambs, $10.00010.40; yearlings, $7.60
09. 1&; wethers, $7.0007.60; ewes, $6,600
St. Louis ....
Bloux City ...
16,100 9,660 41,810
St. Joseph Llv Btoek Market
St. Joseph, Spst. 1. Cattle Receipts,
1,100 head: market higher; steer. $6,100
10.60; cow and heifer. $4.50010.00; calves,
Hogs Receipts, 400 head; market,
higher; top, $10.10; bulk, $10.40010.70.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 2.500 head;
market, slow; lambs, $10.00 010.40; ewes,
St. Lonli Lire Btoek Market.
St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 6. Cattle Receipt.
1,600 head; market higher; native beef
steers, $7.00011.00; yearling steers and
heifers, $6.5007.76; storkers and readers,
u. 1001. 00; Texss quarantine steers, $6,600
8.50: prime southern steers, $1.0009.00;
cows ind heifers, $4. 600$. 00; prime yearling
NEW TORK GENERAL MARKET.
Quotations of the Day an the Various Lead
New Tork. Hept. 6. Flour, firm; spring
patents, $8.0008.10: winter patents, $7,400
7.66; winter straights, $7.0507.30; Kansas
Wheat Strong : No. 1 durum. $1 .74 ;
No. 2 hard, $1.664; No. 1 northern Duluth,
I1.7H4: No. 1 northern Manitoba, 11.74 f.
o, b. New Tork.
Corn Spot, firm; No. 2 yellow, 99 4 c. 1.
f. New York.
Oats Spot, firmer; standard, 660 56 "c.
Hay Steady; prime, $1.30; No. 1, $1.25;
No. 2, $1.1001.16; No. 3, $1.06; shipping,
Hops Quiet; stat common to choice,
1916. 9015c; 1114, 606c; Pacific coast,
1116. 9015r; 1914, 709c.
Hides Steady; Bogota. 82033c; Cen
tral American, 32c.
Leather Firm; hemlock firsts, l"c; sec
Provisions Pork, firm; mess, $20,000
20.60; family, 129.00 0 31 .00 ; short clear,
$27.00029.00. Beef, firm; mess, $20,000
20.60; family, $22.60021.00. Lard, steady;
middle west. $14.90011.00. Tallow, firm;
city, Ic, nominal; country, tk0Sc; spe
Putter Easier; receipt. 7.H24 tubs;
creamery extras. 181 034 4c; llrsts, 314
33c; SMjonds. 2IH031o.
13i;g Irregular; receipts, 1.536 cnees,
fresh gathered, extra fine, 14095c; extra
flreta, S3 83',4e; firsts, 31032c.
Cheese Firm; receipts, 2,779 boxes; state,
fresh specials, 18K01!c; state, average fan
Poultry Unsettled ; chickens, 13 ff 31c ;
fowls, 17022ttc; turkeys, 26036c.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Bullish Reports on Wheat Yield Strengthen
Wheat nr-t Corn.
Chicago, Sept. I. Big advances In the
value of wheat resulted today chiefly from
seeming confirmation of the worst predic
tions of losses regarding the spring crop
yield of 1914. Prices closed unsettled ,but
44 06'4c net higher, with December at
$1.62401.61 and May at $1.6314 01.64. Corn
gained 102Sc and oats lc to lttmc. In
provisions the finish ranged from 7 Vic de
cline to a rise of 15c.
Virtually no wheat waa offered at the
outsst, and It waa necessary to btd the
market up tMo before the sales began to
assume much Importance. Meanwhile the
demand waa broadening. Oneauthorlty de
clared that the total yield of wheat this
sesson In the United States waa 26.000,000
bushel under the dnmestlo requirements for
bread and seed. Another leading expert
teported that th) condition of spring wheat
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Children's class begins Saturday, October 7th, 2:30 p. in.
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iolvo llio Grime Problem?
Prohibition has not solved the crime problem
in Kansas. The best evidence on this point is
found in the First Biennial Report of the State
Board of Corrections Of Kansas. (The Latest available
printed official report.)
We reproduce herewith from page 25 of the
Kansas report the list of new prisoners (605)
received at the Kansas State Penitentiary during
the two-year period ending June 30, 1914, and
the character of crimes committed.
Table 8. For Biennial Period, Ending Jone 30, 1914
Chaxaerer.iCrisas W. Casasahtel
Anon, fourth degree. 4
Anon, third degree 3
Attempt, fake pretense 1
Assault with intent to loll 13
Assault with intent to commit
Assault with intent to commit rape 1
Assault with intent to rob 1
Assault with deadly weapon 4
Attempt to commit burglary,
first degree 2
Attempt to commit robbery,
first degree 3
Attempt to commit robbery,
third degree 1
Attempt to commit burglary,
third degree 1
Attempt to commit rape 10
Attempt to commit robbery,
first degree 4
Burglary, first degree 1
Burglary, second degree 42
Burglary, third degree 36
Burglary, second degree and
Burglary, second degree and jail
Burglary, first degree and larceny 2
Burglary, third degree and lar
Crime against nature 3
Concealing mortgaged property. 2
Enticing child 1 Total ... 605
Local Option and High License Mean Regulation. Pro
hibition breeds the unregulated alley joint. The alley
joint breeds criminals.
The Nebraska Prosperity League
OPPOSED TO STATE PROHIBITION. IN FAVOR OF LOCAL OPTION. HIGH LICENSE
President, L, F. CROFOOT Treaiurer, W. 1. COAD Secretary, J. B. HAYNES
Send tor our literature. OMAHA, NEBRASKA
Character ! Crlaae He. Caa
False pretense .,. . .
Forgery, first degree
Forgery, second degree
Forgery, third degree
Forgery, fourth degree
Great bodily harm
Larceny from dwelling
Larceny from peraon
Larceny from railroad
Larceny of domestio animals. ,
Manslaughter, first degree....
Manslaughter, second degree.
Manslaughter, third degree...
Manslaughter, fourth degree.,
Misuse of mails
Murder, fint degree
Murder, second degree
Receiving stolen property
Robbery, first degree
Robbery, second degree......
Robbery, third degree. ... . ... ...
Belling liquor ..
Selling mortgaged property.
wife desertion .
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