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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, -1916.
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Good Kinds Cattl Steady and
Others Slow to Lower
Sheep About Steady.
HOOS MOSTLY FIVE HIGHER
' . . Omaha, September II. 1IU.
Tfteeernla ware; ,tattle. Hon. fltieen.
Official Monday ...... 16,1411 4.146 4.466
Official Toestlay ...... ," T.m IJ,7i
Estimate- Wednesday.. I,I0 I.D06 64.M0
Three day. Ihla weak.. ,! 17.666 M.4S1
8mo daya laat week.. 16,164 I.I6I 44.610
Haute i waaka ago..... 16,011 16,064 11.401
Kama t waaka ao 6J.616 16.047 11,111
Kama waaka a(o 14.461 I7.14J 17.716
Kama daya laat year...S6.786 11.701 UJ.160
Racelpu and disposition of live stock
at the Union atoax yards, umana, lor twenty-four
houra ending at 1 p. m. yetrday:
Cattle. Hoga. Sheeo. B'ra.
Union Pacific ..
C. X. W east.,
''. N. W wart.. II
C, St. P., M. O.. 4
v., R. & 4 eaat., 1 ,
('., B. at Q.. weet.. 7T
.. R, I. P., eaat I
tlllnolo Central .. I
.'hi. at. West....-,1
V Total receipt.... J04 7 II f
; ' ' Cattle.' Hove.. Sheep.
Morris Ce.. ....... IM Ot 1,111
Bwlft & Co '.1.04J ' III 1 I.1U
t'ud.hy Packing Co.. 1.011 ),! 144
Armour Co 1,414 Lull 1.114
ftehwarte a Co II
J. W. Murphy ...... .... 1,111
-l.tnrota Packing Co.. 41 ,' .....
S O. Parkins Co.... II ,
,(rr Packing Co.. Ill ' .....
IV, R Vanaant Co. .i II '
ilenton, Vanaant At L.,06 .. , .,.
Hill Son 17 .....
J, a Lewis 1M
Huston A: Co.....,.. 171 .....
J. B. Root Co.... 371
J. H. Bulla II .....
F. Hues II V .....
Roaenatock Broa. .... Ill .,
T. U. Kellogg Ill ..... ' .....
Werlhelmer A Degen 404
B. r. Hamilton .... II
Sullivan Broa. v..;. 41 ..... - ......
Itothachild A Krebe. 40 .......
tic At Kan. Calf Co.. II . ..... .....
Chrlotlo 101 .....
Hinging ............. I ..... .....
Huffman 19 ::
Glasaberg 16 .....
Jlonea a ' ...... ,.v
Banner Broa. ...s.... 141 . 1,,..,
John Harvey ........ III . ',.,,,
Dannie A Francis.,,, II , ,
Kline Ill ;
Jensen Langren..., 171 .-,., ......
O'Day - ..... ;
Other burera .
BGBF STEERS. -He.
Ar. Pr. No. At. Pr.
I.. ......111! II It . I........ Ill 17 00
it 1141 7 41 . 7. ...,. 1050 I II
107 1341 I 10 II 1031 I 71
40 1141 I 40 10, ,1111 It 00
' CALVES. . ..
II Ill 00' 4........ 117 10 M
19lt.cn,. 741 111 7 calve... 440 Til
llMlvea... Ill I II llcalvea... 141 7 10
lleteen.. Ill 7 e.6 10 helfera. Ill I II
Joe Watktna Wyoming. :
llltecra.. I7 7 11 cowl . .1007 III
John Nolan Wyoming.
II Iteere. . 141 ? II 10 ataera. .1011 7 10
J. H. Bcleione South Dakota.
14 ataera.. 131 I II Kateera.. 141 I II
William Curry -Wyoming,
lOlteeii.. 110 i 60 Jcowt... 100 I II
. W. Connell Nebraaka.
IJataort,. Ill It I ataera.. 711 10
U. ' Zammerman Wyoming,
fteteera.. I0 7 IS 11 cow.... 170 4 71
B. C. Cole .Nebraaka.
I oowa...l07 110 7ateera..llll 110
Ed T. Roae Nebraska,
4loow..',104l I II Icowe... Ill I II
C. C. CokerNebraeka. -
Witeera.. Ill T 10
W. J. Woodalda Nebraaka.
1 eteera.. 114 4 II '
A. C. Maxwell Wyoming.
W ataera.. 114 1 II llewa-hfa. Ill 10
V. U Uaawell Wyoming.
Kateera.. Ill HI
Little Horae Creek Cattle Ce.-tWyo.
41 ataera.. 1011 140. II aleera. .1140 140
P. J. Mclntoah Wyoming.
11 ataera.. till 7 11 II ataera.. 141 7 11
- Ouat Nelaott Nebraaka.
41 ataera.. Ill 1 0 Icowa... 171 I 10
Ouetafaon A Lowa-rNebraaka.
tliteera.. Ill I 10 llfeedera. Ill 7 00
Diamond Cattle Co. Wyoming,
llfeedera. 1011 7 10 I7eewa. ., Ill i 00
Coder Broa. Nebraaka. -to
ateere. . 171 I It
Prank Jackaon Nebraska,
llfeedera. 137 I 40 loowa. ..1010 I II
J. J. Keelaa Nebraska.
11 feeders. Ill t II 4 cowa. . , III ' 4 10
Burt Lyons Nebraska.
I feeders. It I II 7 helfera. Ill ' II
Mrs. J, B. Kendrlck Wyomlnr.
10 ataera., llil 100 llcewa,..101 171
, SOUTH DAKOTA.
IOsteera.,1111 7 14 7 helfera. Ill lot
11 ataera.. 1170 7 SI
UatUs Hecelpta were! moderate today,
only 201 cars being reported In, winch
makes the total for the week 10,910 head, a
largo gain over laat week and for that-mat.
ter the largeat of any recent week, aa well
as 7,000 head larger then a year ago.
Oood beef cattle looked about steady, there
being very little change la either direction.
Lena desirable klnda were weak to lower.
100 and helfera remained about elation.
ary. - Oood fleshy feeders were also steady,
but the medtum gradea have been gradually
eaelng off all week and are around lte40o
lower than laat week's cloas, .
.Quotations on oattle: Oood te choice
beeves, II 0.00 10.741 fair to good beevea.
1.000)10.00; common to fair beevea, M.7Ca
.00; good to choice grass beeves, I7.76"
,311 fold to good grass beevea, 17,3187.7 J:
common to fair' graaa keevea. 11.3197. 3t;
good to oholce helfera, M.7ic47.S4; good to
choice oowa, Il.t0a)7.00'falr to good cowa,
II. II 01. 00; common to fair cowa, 14.604.
Ill: good to choice feeders, 7.S6j,3b,
fair to good feeders, .,607.l( common
to fair leedera. Il loOa lli good to choice
I'c-kere. I7.I67.7S: stock helfera. It 7S
7.0o; stock cows. Il.ioet.to; stock calves.
H.60!.60; -veal calves, 11.001111.00 beef
bulla, stage, ate, Ii.0091.t0; bologna bulla.
16 3606. IS.
Huaa on the early rounde both buyers
aud sellers were rather uncertain aa to what
vslueaought to be, rirat wlrea from Chi.
cago had an easier tone, while leter mu
se tree were no better than eteady, and local
puckers and shippers got a few hose right
u the start that were no more than steady
to strong. -
Demand proved to be good, however, and
With auch a moderate ehowlng from which
to make their aeteotlone, buyera aoon raleed
their handa, so that when bulk of the hogs
started to move It waa on a 60 higher basis.
: and buyers thought some of the last hogs
they got were. If anything, even more than
that. The market was tolerably active, and
the moderate offeringa bad practically all
changed ban da by ahortly after I o'clook.
Ueueral quality waa thought by some trad
; ere to be a little better than yeaterday.
A good share of the aalea were made at
110.16910.60. while there waa a good ebow.
tug on up toward: the .top, which reached
lle.lt. For the first half of the week price
shew a net decline of anywhere from a
Khaue io aa much aa 100, and average coat
baa depreciated more than a nlokal, while
tbe general market la llrfloe below the
high time of floe year laat Friday.
N't,, Av. Oh. 4r No. Av. Sh. Pr.
r,.t ... It 21 71. .107 13t II 16 .
I 10 134
... 10 la
... It II
... It 70
... II It
: 10.. lit
1 67.. . 110
, i).. Ill
. 71.. 300
' 71. .Ill
s. It It
.. It It
44 It 46
.. II II
... It 76
.. It 16
Kheep Testerday tha fat lamb trade
elered up at the daya low time. After
opening about ateady the market weakened
lu mldforenoon, and midday aalae ware aa
ftiuch ,a 10 Ito lower, while most of the
stuff th.it waa carried Into the afternoon
suffered ltc ceductlona, 110.71 buying beat
ktmia on the close, while a real good class
Whs stopped ai 110.16.
This morning trade opened alow, Kellers
ceueidered that the decline -OB yesterday's
finish waa , unwarranted and asked close
to morning prices for their boldlnge, while
veckere would not on early rounds at least
twy prices that were any mora than ateady
with late Tuesday. , '
'When lambs finally atarted moving It
ftee at prtveo that were on paper about like
seelerday'o close, acd aome of the tradere
called the market ateady with the low time
yesterday, others, however, contended that
general quality wee not aa good aa on Tuea
dey, and calling forenoon salee etrong to If
anything a little higher than tne low spot
yesterday, oi not over 10t16c lower than
Hie best time, and Ihla seemed to he the
optoloa of tha majority. Ha lee up to noon
ranged largely at lll.66t10.7t, with one
band held from yeaterday at 110.46. A
couple of big atritiga, considered about the
beet here, were atlll uneotd at noon.
Quotatlona on aheep and lambs'. Lambs,
good to choice, Ilo.604yl0.60i lambs, fair to
good, I10.16SS10.40; lamba, feeders, .60ty
10.60; yearllnga, good to choice, 17.600
I. 16; yearlings, fair to good, l.604y7.60;
yearlings, feedera, I4.60rf8.00; wethers, fair
to choice, 4.6Q4y7.60; ewes, good to choice,
II. 06tf7.16; ewes, fair to good, It.teui.t0;
ewee, plain to culla, I4.00fj6.7t; owee, feed
ing, I6.00tf6.6t; ewee, breeders,, all agea,
No. . . Av. Pr.
136 Utah ewes ill I 7 00
40 cull ewee 104 I 00
16 Utah feeder lambs tl 1 16
41 Utah feeder lamba II 10 00
111 Tdaho wethers 130 7 10
114 Wyoming feeder lambt ... 46 It 00
1711 Wyoming feeder lambs .... II 10 46
1021 Wyoming lamba II 10 66
141 Utah ewee Ill 7 00
121 Utah feeder lamba 67 It 16
II Utah feeder lamba II 10 00
700 Wyoming feeder lamba ... II 10 10
CHICAGO LIVR STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Rteradr lt Strong, Hogs Higher Sheep
" , Steady.' .
Chicago, Sept. II. Cattle Receipts, 11,000
head; market ateady to strong: native beef
cattle, 16 40 11.30; western steers, 14.00 ey
t.36: stockera and feedera. I4.60tt7.4l; rows
and helfera Il.40tf6.20; calves, 6,604yll.0t.
rtoge neceipte, zi.eoe neaa; market
10c hither; bulk of sales, I10.I04J 10.10; light.
10. 00f 11.10; mixed, Il.l0tfll.10; heavy.
H.06u.30j rough, ll.ittfl.li; plga, 16.71
Hheep and Lambe Receipts, 10,000 head;
market steady; wethers, I6.60tft.60; ewea
4.0061.00; laffiba, t7.litfll.lt.
Nt. Louis IJva Stock Uarbrt.
St. Ixiule, gpet. 13. Cettel Receipts. I.
100; market ateady to lgc. higher; native
beef steers, I7.004flj.00l yearling steers and
heifers, 1.604)10.00; cows. 6.6066.00;
Texae quarantine eteera, I6.60tf8.60; atoek
era and feeders. I6.I0O8. 00; prime aouth
em etera, 16.0091.00; cows end hlfera, 14.10
tfl.oo; prime yearling steers and helfera,
I7.I0OI.00; native calves, 16.00 011.76.
Hogs e Receipta, 1,400 head; , market
ateady; llghta, 110.76911.16; rolled end
butchers, 110.66 011.16; good heavy,. 11.100
Sheep and Lambe Receipta, 3,100 head:
market ateady; alaughter ewee, O.OOtfl.IO;
bleating ewea, M.00010.00; yearling, 16.000
Kansas City live Slack Market.
Kansaa City, Sept. II. Cattle Receipta,
1,000 head; market 10c higher: market ac
tive! prime fed eteera, 110.00911. 00; dressed
beef ateers 17.1091,76; westsrn steers, 14.60
91.60; southern ateera, 6.8696.tjV; cows,
14.7107.16: helfera. 61. 00910.60: stockera
end feedera, l4.S0tf8.06; bulls, Il.3ltfl.l0:
calves, 10 10911.00, -
Hogs Receipts, 1,000 head; market lower:
OUIK of eelea, 610.609 10.00; heavy, 110.600
10.16; packera and butchera, 110.60910.16;
light 110.36 0 10.16; pigs, t. 00410 10, -Sheep
and Tuambe Rscelpta. 14.000 head:
market ateady to 10c lower; lambe, 610.369
10.se; yearlings, I7.7ttfl.16! WSthsra, 17,36
01.00; ewea, 16. 7607.40. ., ,. -
' Monx Cltr Uvt Stock.
Sioux City. la.. Sent. II. Cattle Recelote.
18.000 head; market eteady to 10c hither.
Beef ateera, 11.40 01.00; butchera, 18.600
1.76: fat oowa and heifers. I4.66sc6.70:
stockera and feedera, 66. 6007.00; bulla,
stags, ate, 6.0006.00; feeding cowa and
Hogs Rscelpta. 4.000 head: market eteadv
to 601On lower; llrht, HO.OO0io.iO; mlxsd,
10.10010.401 heavy, 110.40 0 10.16; bulk of
Sheep and l.amba Receipts, 800 head;
marsoi ivo nignar; owes, 7.OO07,6O; lamba,
Cotton Market. '.'..
New York, Sept. II. Cotton Futuree
opened ateady October,, tt.ioc; TDeoember,
11,4)01 January, 11.61c; J'arch, 16.11c; May.
Futures closed eteadv: October. 16.14:
uecemoer, is.eici January, it.tfuo; Mereh,
lt.16c; May. 16.17c. Spot cotton, ateady:
middling nplanda, 16.4ici no sales.
cotton waa higher fodey. with December
eontrecta cioamg at 16.63c
Liverpool, Sept. II. Cotton Spot, firm:
good middling, l.lldi middling, t.lld; low
middling, l.lldi jialea, Kooo bales.
NEW YOJK STOCKS
Trading Extremely Active, To-
tal Sales Amounting to '
1,280,000 Shares. "
BAIL ; MOVEMENT
Omaha Hay Market,
Omaha, Sent. II. Prairie Ifev Choice
upland, ll.009U.60l No. 1, 16.60010.60;
no. s, 4s.utieyi.oo; No. I, K.OOtfOOO Mid
land pralrla,. No 1, . lt.ln910.OO; No. 1,
17.00 91.00. Choice lowland nralrle. 17.00:
No. 1, 11.00; No. I, 14.00 06.00; No t, 1100
V eve I
Alfalfa Choice. Ill.l0tjll.6t: No. 1.
6it.eutfii.gu; stsnaaaa, ll.totfll.ooi No. I,
11.000 6.00; No, I, lf.0001.60.
straw Oats, 6.oo0i.6Oi wheat, 16.000
I.SO. ,. ,
Oil aoa) oalta.
Savannah. Oa,. Sect. II. Turnenttne
Bteeoy, isitlttt'ejci aalea, 400 bbls.; re.
celpta, 474 bble.i ahipmenta. III bbla,
atock. tl.tlt bbla. 7
Rosin Firms, aalea 1,114 bbla.; receipta,
l.Tit BDis.l shipments, 4,164 bbls.; stock,
10,717 bbls. Quote, A. B. 86 1X16 11: c.
O. ll.l608.tO: B. ll.tOSI.OO: V. I6.10O
S.ltl U, 4l.letf4.I0; H, 66.8006.361 I, 16, 16;
K. 0S.IO , 16.80111.401 N, II.40S,I0:
WO, 11.10, WW, 11.76.
MlnaeapelU Orata Market,
Mlnneanolla. Sent.' II. Wheat neeemhee.
Il ls '4. Caeh: No. 1 hard, 11.70,; No. 1
Jorlharn, 1.63K01.IIM; No. I northern,
1.6601.64ai No. I, l,I14t 01.1OH,
uorn no. i yellow, B8sso,
one .No. I white, tlMMJo. ,
Barley 6ctf 11.61. ,
Rye ll.lim.ss.. r
' Bran 30.00081.00.
Vaneaa oily Oeneral Market. '
Kansas. City. Sept. II. Wheat Na. I hard.
81. MIM. SI: Ne. I. Il.4ltfl.66: No. I red
11.(4 1.41 1 No. !. Il.41tfl.tl; December,
si.sin, may, st.eitt. 1
Corn No. I mixed, lltfllttc; No. I, I1H
tftiHc; No. I white, 6tH0 64o; No. I, 180
BSVko: No. I yellow. I4U,: No. 1. 14c: Do.
eember, 71 Uo; Mey, 7414c
Oate No. I white. 4IH0 47O; No. I mixed,
, Omaha Hide tend Tallew Market.
Quotations furnished by Bolleg A Rovers
13 South Thirteenth street:
Hldea Oood stsa. No. 1. 11c: No. 1. ire
Often! No, 1, 14ct No. 1...16C. , Oood else
bulls; No. I, lie; No. I. He. lleaccAa,
each. '11.86. No. 1 large horse, eaoh, 86.66;
no. x, et.ov; pontaa, sz.ou. gheep pelts,
large, 7to0lt.I6; medium to email sto
Tallow No. 1, 7ol No. I, t,o. j
HI. Joeeph Live Stock Market.
, tfwvnH A.V., nik io. ,,euie rte-
celpta. 1,000 head; alow and steady: steers,
16.60010.60; cows and hatters, 4.16011.00;
calves, 4.00 011.60.
nogs Hecelpta, 8,600 head: ateady to Ic
lower: top, 10.86; bulk. 110.30010.10.
fot86c lower; lambs, to.totfll.'oo; owes!
te u-.ee . .
. J Metal Market.
Xew York. Sept. II. MetahH-Leatl. 81.76
01.16. Spelter, firm;, spot. Bast St. l.ouis
delivery, 11.00. Copper, ateady; electrolytic,
17.00018.36. Iron, steady and unchanged.
Tin. ateady: apot, I3l.l6on.60. i
- At London Copper: Hpot, 1114 lost fu
tues, 6110 10s; electrolytic, 183. Tin:
Spot, 1161 Its; futuree, I17t 11a Id. Lead,
ill. Spelter, 664.
Chicago -eV reduce Market. .
Chicago, Sept. II. Butter Hiaker! re.
celpta, 10,060 tuba; creamery, 87jtfl8c.
Mags nigner: receipts, 7.110 cases; first,
lltitfllci ordinary firsts. I7ty031o; at
mark, casea Included, llaj0I8c.
potatoes llecetpta. 86 cars; unchanged.
Poultry Alive higher: fowla. 18c: snrinae.
leaden stack Market. '
Indon, Teept. 11, Amerloan securities
were dull and featureless on the atock mar
silver Bar. l?e.d per ounce, '
Money 44 per cent.
f Dtecount Katee short bills, 114 064 per
cent; three months, 6H05S per cent, .
St. JLetala Uraln Market.
St. Louie. Sept. II. Wheat No. 1 red.
11.11: No. t hard, 1. ,!,; December,
Corn No. , 19016c; No. I white, He;
December. 73c. '
Oats No. 3. 41 tic: No. I while. 44o: te-
' Dry lieede Market,
New York, Sept. U.-Cotton goods were
quieter today, prteea being firm. arna
were very nrm ana wonted yarna general
ly so, spinners declining business In eon.
sequence of labor shortage. Silks were
very firm, alao with large ordera In mill
handa. Laces were more ectlve.
. IJrerpeel Uraln Market. .
Liverpool, Sept, II. Wheet Spot: NO. 1
Manitoba. 14a IHd: No, 1. 14s 7ejd; No. I,
14s Id: No. I red western winter, I4s 7d.
Corn Spot; American mixed, new. lis
New Tork, Sept. 13; Trading again waa
extremely ectlve and brned today. Total
salss amounted to 1,210,000 chares, making
the seventh consecutive session In which
deallnga have run into aeven figures.
United Statee Steel and the- motors and
rails furnlshsd a large percentage of the
output. The movement In rairfe and other
inveetmenle wes the most, noteworthy of
recent weeke, but wee overwhelmed in the
final hour by a general demand fQr "war,
bridee," especlelly Crucible Steele which
rose 14 points to tl.
Further meteoric advanees ware registered
by some, of the hlgh-prieed epeclaltiee.
Bethlehem Steel gained 30 points at ttt.
Oeneral Motora added 16 points to yesler
day'e gain of 63, the atock going to 417.
Thlo establishes a new record frjr any
lasue In the history of the auk exchange,
aside from Northern Pacific, which sold
at I,000 a share In the memorable "cor
ner" af 1101. .
New high records were registered by
Atlantic, Oulf and West Indies, common
and preferred, at 041, and 60, respectively;
nepuono iron and steel, preferred, at 11684
and Utah and Nevada Consolidated Cop
pen at 684 and 83.
United Slates steel wss plainly under
the Influence nt further Influences, ranging
between 104 and I0t, within t& point of
Its maAlmum scored the prevlrlue'day, and
closing at 1064, a net gain of 4t point.
Rftldwln and American Locomotives, which
were ruebed forward In the final hour with
Crucible, made extreme gains of 1 and 6
polnta, with 1 to 4 points In other war
descrlpttnn. including United. States Indue
trlal Alcohul. . '
Oroeswains of almost 6 points were ecored
by Maxwell and Htudebaker, with more
numerate ailvancca in accessories, except
Kelly-Springfield tires, which wss distinctly
weak. Mexicans, sugars and leather lesuee
helped to awell the rising tide, but marines
and other recent favorites, Including the
paper group, again were susceptible
prnfit.ak!ng at 1 to 4-nolnt rereoslona
The bond market lacked eepeclal feature
eicelpt for a ahadlng of "Unllod Kingdom"
6s on fairly large offerings,. Total aalea,
par value, were 68 370,000. .
United Stutea bolide were unehanaed' on
Sates. High. Low. Close.
Amer. Beet Sugar 27. son sr. snu siu
American Can 18.600 66 642 ItH
Am. Car A Fndry. 4,400 66 63 64
Amer. Locomotive 11,600 80 78 80'
Am. Smelt. A Ref. 36,000 lost, 10714 108Z
Am. Sugar Refg... 6,000 11114 HI 110',,
Arner. Tel. A Tel.. 1,700 132-, 13214 132
n,n,. uillU. m O, ,dl,W tV-a llf) dV
Anaconda Copper., 76,300 86 884 88
Alchlaon 6,400 lot 14 1034 103 H
Ualdwln Loco. .....11,700 H 81 8la
Baltimore A Ohio. 6.000 8414 86, 8614
Brooklyn Rap. Tr 844
Butte A Sup. Cop. 1,700 6! '4 8U 0
Calif. Petroleum., ...... .... ' .... t Jl
Canadian Pacific, 100 171 177 176
central leather... I3.10 63j 61H '63
.nes. at viuo....,, e,suu S376
Chi., Mil. A St. P. 6,600 It
Chi. A Nortbwea.,
Chl R. I. A Pac. 1,600 17
Chlno Copper 6,800 6614
Colo. Fuel A Iron. 11.100 63
Corn Prdcts. II. rg. 10,100 16(4
Crucible Steel 66,200 13
PI. tiller's Bscs.,,. 8.600 4744
Erie . 12.400 97 S
Oeneral Electric... 600 17314 171
Ot. Northern pfd., 1,600 117 110 116
do Ore rtfa 4.300 43 41 41
Illinois Central.... 1.800 101 101 100
Interbo'gh Con Cor ' 1,000 16 U 14
Inspiration Copper 11,400 11 40 01
Inter. Harv.. N. J ' 110
Int. Id, M. pfd ctfa 16.800 131 111 120
K. C. Southern.... 1.300 36 24 .14
Kenneoolt Copper, 17,100 64 6.1 64
LOUIS. A Nash ... ,
Mo., K. A T, pfd,
unchanged te a ehade higher for Rloa, but
unchanged to a little lower for Santos, rang
ing around 11,36011. tOc, for Santoe ta Lon
The offlctel cablee reported a decline of
71 reia at Rio, while Santos spots were un
changed and futuree 3Stf7t re Is lower. Flue
weather was reported In Sao Paulot with
temperatures ranging from 14 to 13 degreea.
Rio exchange 1-1 6d lower. Braslllan port
receipts. 71,000 bags; Jundahy, 44,000 bags.
200 12814 12. U 137
18.700 11.1 111 113
J, 000 81 , 37
.. 113 126
1 117 130
New York Central. 11,300 103 104 106
N. T., N, H. H,, l.BUU ss B,4 or
Norfolk A Western 1.700 130 121 120
Northern Pacific, 11,700 110 100 100
Pacific Mall 4,300 10 18 20
Pacific Tel. A Tel. ....... .... 16
Ponnaylvanla 6.600 66 16 6644,
nay con. copper., si.ewv a ,
Reading 14,300 11316 HUH ill
Hen Iron A Hteel.. 1.1.400 B7 A St,
Shattuck Aria Cop 1,600 SO
Southern Pacific, 6.700 18
Southern Railway, t.800' 24
Htudebaker Co.,., 16.IO0 138
Tennessee Copper,. 12.800 37
Texaa Company... 3.600 106
Union Pacing ss.aou its
do pfd , S.Don av
a alAihnI 11.800 121
; '. Steel ,.186,800 106 104 106
do nfd 1.100 116 111 118
Utah Copper. 7.000 88. 87 87
W.bssh Iti "".. I.0 17 II S 27 3
Western Union.,,. 700 17 16 06
West. Biecinc is.ivv ortr,A.JiT
Total aalea tor tne gay, i,iew..wv imio.
.: Coffee Market. ) i
New ' Tork, Sept. II. Coffee Futures
enened at a decline of 4tft points under
scattered selling inspired by a favorable view
of Braslllan weather conditions and reporta
that Braallian ahlppera were snowing more
disposition to sell. At the decline of l.llo
for Merch and 1.420 for May there was aome
covering, while there alao appeared to be
little denewed buying by brokers with cot
ton trade connections, aa a result of which
March rallied to 1.88c and May to l.46o,
whlls Deoember sold up from I. lie to l.30o.
This Improvement waa not fully maintained,
however ana tne close wee i to e points net
lower. Selea, 66,360 bags; September, 1.18c:
October, 1.38c: November, t.'i&c; December,
1.33c; January, 1,37c; February, l.3!o;
March, 1.31c: April, 1.40c; May, I 46c; June
1.60c; July, 1.14a, '
Spot coffee, quiet. Rio 7s, 10c; Santos 4e.
11140. Cost and.fretght offers were reported
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET,
Quotations of the day oa the Various Lsad
New Tork. Sept 13 Flour Quiet.
Wheat Spot, unsettled: No. 1 durum.
1.18: No. 3 hard, 1.44; No. 1 northern
Duluth. 11.78; No. 1 northern Manitoba,
11.71, t o. b.. New Tork.
Corn Spot, quiet; No. 1 yellow, 14c, c. I.
I., rew Tork. -
Oats Snot, easy! standard. IIUSIIVC.
Hops Firm; state, common to choice.
isi, zitf32c; lilt, 1016c; Pacific coaet,
1116, 13tfl6ct 1116. I 13c. '
- Hldea Firm; Bogata, 12011c; Central
Leather Firm; hemlock firsts, 17c; sec
onds, 10c. , ' ,
Provisions Pork, steady; mess, 130.000
11.00: family,' 21.00034.00; ahort clear.
27.00021.00. Beef, firm: emess. 820 60U
21.00: family, 121.00024.00. Lard, firm;
nuouie west, Ole.stitf 14.66. ,.
Butter Firmer; receipta, 16,111 tubs;
creamery, extras, 12 score, 83033c: cream
ery, higher souring. 33034o; firsts, 120
32c; Seconds. 30631 14c.
Baca Firm; receipts. 16.061 caaea; fresh
gathered, extra fine, 36037c: extra flrste,
34036c; (lrsta, 34036c; nearby hennery,
wnites, rme to rency, 46948c; nearby hen
nery, browns, 38043c,
Cheese Fll-m: reoeintx. 6.144 boxes: elate.
fresh, speclala, llc; same, average fancy.
Poultry Alive, flrmr no ' nrlces eettled
Pressed, etesdy; bcollers. 13930c; fowls.
ittfe'c; turkeys, 260 30o.
""' New York Money Market.
New. York, Sept. 11 Mercantile paper, 1
pe- cent.' , 1
, Sterling Exchange Sixty - day bills,
1.71; demand. t.7f, M eablea, 64.76 N16.
Francs: Oemand, 16.86: cables. 6.86.
Marks: llemsnd, 68c; cablea, 6I0. Kro
nen: Demand, 12cj cablee, 13c, Outld
ers: Demand, 40 c cablea, 40c. Llres:
Demand. 16.44; cablea, 16.41.
-Silver Bar. 08o: Mexican dollsra, 63c
Bonds Oovornment, steady; rallr,d,
- Time Loans Easier; sixty deye. 301
per cent; ninety days. 103 per cent; six
months, t04 per cent.
, Call Money steady; high, I per cent; low,
2 per cent; ruling rate, I per cent; last
loan, 3 per cent; closing bid, 2 per cent;
offered n I per cent,
U S ref 2s, reg II M, K A T 1st 4a 13
do, coupon... II ZMo Pao con 6al0t
U. S 3s. reg 100 Mont Power te. . 12
do, coupon. ,.100N T Cent deb Is 112
U 8 4s. reg....loNew York Ylty
Zdo. coupon. . ,-H0 4s (1166).. ..lit
Am Smelters Is 111 N Y, N H A H
A T A To 4s 110 cv la .111
Anglo-French ts.l6Northern Pao 4s 11
Atchison gen 4s 82 Northern Pao 8s 66
B A O 4 89Ore 8 L ref 4s.. 12
Beth Steel r 6slooPac.T A T 6si..los
Central Pac 1st. 18 Penh con 4S..104
CAOcv4s.. 88 Zdo gen 4S.101
C, B A Q. jt ts 87 -"Reed's gen 4a. 06
C, M A St P c 6s 106 S L A S F r 4s 71
C, R I A P r 4s 70 South Pac c 6a. 104
Colo 8 r 4s 82South Pac ref 4s 88
D A R O con 4s 77Southern Ry Is. 100
Erie gen 4 72 Union Pacific 4a.
Uen Electric 6s. 104 do cv 4s 14
0 North 1st 4s 88U B Rubber Is. 102
Ml Central r 4s 81 US Steel 6a. ...106
zmi'M m 4s.. ius"west union 4svr
K C Houlh r Is 89 West Eleo a 6s. 126
L A N un 4s.... 12 'Bid.
JAP-ROSS PACT IS -NOT
SLAP AT 0. S.
Japanese Newspapers Declare
New Alliance Will Not Affect
American Business in China.
OUTCOME OrPEACE TREATY
, - - , Crop and Boll Bulletin.
Summary of weather and crop conditions
In corn and wheat region tor weak ending
Septomber 12, 1816:
Weather has been favorable for ripening
corn In the central and northweatern atatea,
and the crop la maturing rapidly, and It la
estimated that 61 pr cant la safe from frost
tn Iowa fnl bulk of crop in Nebraska and
tfoiHh Dakota. Lata corn (developed slowly
In New England. Cutting 'la undt-r way In
the lower Ohio valley, and ha begun In the
more northweatein atatta. Rains benefited
the Borghum crop, late tobacco and potatoes.
gardens, pastures and truck crops. Weather
whs lavoranio rot Harvesting tobacco. Pea
nut, flax, buckwheat, rice and cranberr1s
wry featuring well. Sugar beets continue
tromlslng In the weet. Fall plowh.it Is mak
ing rapid advancement and aeeding hu be
Uti Stock tal Bight.
"Receipts of live stock from tha five arin-
clpal western markets:
t. Cattle., Hogs, Sheep.
Chicago Id. 00 9 SI. 000 20.000
Kansas City,..,..... 1,600 , 8,000 14,090
8t. l-auta fi.ftoa' - inn - Vina
Sioux tiity 1,800 4,000 800
Uiuana ,, 6,280 5.000 28,000
..88,800 46,400 41,900
. . Sugar Market. "
New York, Scat. 18. Surar Raw. firm:
ceptrlfugal, R,3tc; molsssea, 4.02c. Refined,
nrm ml it points nigner; cut loaf, 7.66c;
crushed, 7.40a; mould A, t.90c; cubes, 8.90c
XXXX powdered, 8.f6c; powdered, 1.60c;
fine granulated. 1.40c: diamond A. 1.40c:
confectlonora A, 8.80c; No, 1, 8. J 6c
, Bank Clearings,
Omaha, Sept. .18. Bank clearings -for
Omaha today were 85,088,88-5.42, and for the
corresponding day. laat year $3,786,860.17,
4 ' '
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in eaual xmAttntx nt urafav m,iiu k .
fore meals and on retiring as an aid
io uiiresuon ana assimilation of food.
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Japan's Foremost Business
Man Resigns as Bank Head
(Corraapondonot ot The Associate Frees.)
Tokio, Aug. 19. In resigning this
month from the presidency of the
First bank, which he had been the
head of since its establishment in
1873. Baron Ei-ichl Shibusawa. Tan-'
an's foremost business man, has now
withdrawn from all active business
life.. He is 76 years old. In 1909 he
resigned from the directorates of over
seventy commercial and banking con
cerns, retaining only his chairman
ship of the First bank, one of the
foremost of Japanese financial insti
tutions. ' -"" -
(Correspondence -of The" Associated Presa.)
Tokio, Aug. 10. A version of the
genesis of the' recent. Japanese-Russian
alliance which is attracting con
siderable attention is that the pour
parlers which culminated in the con
vention actually date from the treaty
of Portsmouth which ended the Rui-so-Japanese
war. It is affirmed that
both the empires ' were dissatisfied
with the terms of the treaty, believ
ing that they did nofsufficiently clear
the horizon as to issues which migjrt
prove dangerous in the future. .
Negotiations' were accordingly
opened and tlTe first fruit was the
accord of 1907,. which concerned the
respective zones of influence in Man,
churia. In 1910, another aggreement
was concluded enlarging the stipula
tions of the first. According to the
Jiji, the proposal of the American
government for neutralization of the
Manchurian railroads was one of the
questions which drew Japan and Rus
sia closer together and brought about
the accord of 1910.
In an editorial on-the proposed na
val expansion of the United States,
the Herald of Asia, recently took
issue with those who fear that the
United States intends to pursue a
strong, self-assertive policy in China
involving the risk of complications
with Japan. The journal 1 held that
the Knox neutralization proposal was
pernicious but the newspaper pointed
out tliat the Washington government
dropped it as soon as it knew that
it was unacceptable either to Japan
or Russia. The writer declared also
that the great bulk of responsible pub
lic opinion in the United States is
solidly against any forward policy in
Objects to Comparison.
The review objected strongly to the
citing of the United States navy as a
standard of comparison in local cam
paigns for an increase in Japan's na
val forces, a campaign which was
baaed, it is declared, on the false con
tention that America would interfere
in the affairs of China. The jour
nal concluded: "It is quite possible,
even probable, that the advocates of
naval armament in japan ana nmerica
set. up each other's country as an
imaginary enemy, not from any con
viction but as a matter of convenience
for campaign purposes. But even a
continued pursuance of such tactics,
on both sides of the Pacific, is to be
deeply regretted, as it is bound to
mislead the ignorant and unwary and
thus poison the minds of the masses
of the two countries against each
other. We," therefore, heartily submit
this matter to the serious considera
tion of all friends of eternal peace
and amity between Japan and
America." 1 :
- The editor of the Herald of Asia
is Motosada Zumoto, formerly pri
vate secretary to the late Prince Ito,
who strongly advocated an alliance
between Japan and Russia. ( Mr. Zu
moto accompanied Baron Eiichi Schi
busawa to the United States last year
and acted as the baron's spokesman
in discussing financial ( matters with
Americans. ' '
Comment of the American press on
the alliance was cabled to Japan and
printed -in the Japanese newspapers
to the extent of several columns.-CThe
Japan Times deduced therefrom that
the convention had not met with the
same cordial reception in the United
States as in Europe, but it voiced its
conviction that if a spirit of good un
derstanding and co-operation devel
oped, as many on both sides desire,
in China and on the Pacific, the
United States would undoubtedly be
come a mqst staunch supporter of the
The Asahi said it regretted to see
misunderstanding about the new
Russo-Japanese convention exist
among a section of American pub
licists, who seem to think that the
convention affects American interests
in China. The journal continued:
''But such a conception is quite un
called for and unfounded as far as
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ne interpret the convention, as-it Was
announced. Japan and Russia have
only promised the mutual support
and defense of the status quo in the
far esat, and as regards the so-called
special rights and interests the pres
ent convention is not the first dec
laration of the kind. What consti
tuted territorial rights and special in
terests in the far east of the -two
countries is already well known and
understood by all western powers. As
interpreted in Great Britain and
France the new pact was devised by
Russia and Japan to protect their im
mense interests in China. , It is a
strong reply, to repeated German
overtures for separate peace." ,
Needlessly Uneasy. - ' - ' '
The Nichinichi expressed the opin
ion that Americans who are dis
pleased with the failure of America's
diplomatic pfilicy toward- China since
the famous Knox proposal have been
made needlessly uneasy by the in
creasing fnendshijv between Rissia
add Japan. It continued: "It need
scarcely be said that whether the
German south Pacific islands remain
in Japan's hands or be kept by Ger
many after the war, there is prac
tically no difference, and Japan's sin
cerity and ever unchanged good feel
ing towards America should cause no
uneasiness in that country. We do
not and cannot believe that the wise
President Wilson, and the intelligent
American public will be niisiruided
and take steps to interfere with China
No 'official statement is fnrthfom
ing concerning the number of years
for which the alliance is made. Ac
cording to one non-official version
the term is ten years: according to
another, the pact is limitless as to
time, ceasin? to exist nnlv at the
will of one or both of the contract
' Discounts Perry.
Presenting a historical sketch of
the relations between Japan and
Russia in the lecture column of the
Tbkio , Kokumin, t premier Marquis
Okuma, developed ' his idea that it
was a Russian . envoy and not the
American, Commodore Perry, who
first knocked at the door of Japan.
When the Russian emissary came to
the shores of Japan about fifty years
before Perry, Ithe Japanese nation,
declared the premiei", began to realize
that the empire was beset with many
internal and external problems. He
continued: "When a nation makes
progress in civilization, dangers must
in any case accompany the progress.
Our path in the oast was full of dan
gers. That we were able to go through
without encountering serious disasters
is due to the greatness of the authority
of the emperor and to the grace of
heave,n. . Japan, which was awakened
bv. Russia before awakened hv A m er
ica, unfortunately had a war with Rus
sia, nut that was the result of mis
understanding on the part of both
countries. , fiuf since the rnnrlttcinn
of the peace at Portsmouth we have
come to understand each other per
fectly, to the great satisfaction of
both the nations." , The prime min
"When war broke out in Eurooe.
we entered the war by virtue of the
Anglo-Japanese alliance. Qur rela
tions with Russia became all the
more friendly, and now We have con
cluded a new convention. We con
gratulate ourselves and Russia and
the world in the interest of the peace
of the Orient and the world in gen
eral. The position of Japan in the
Orient will advance hereafter and
the new convention will be, a great
help, together with the Angle-Japanese
alliance, in 'promoting the peage
of the world In Russia, after Alex
ander I sent the envoy to Japan,
there were Nicholas, Alexander II
and III, and now Nicholas II, who
ruled that country, whereas in Japan
we have had Emperors Kokaku.
Ninko, Komei, Meiji. and the pescnt
emperor. Both countries have thus ,
passed through the reigns of five em
perors a "curious coincidence. I, as
the premier today, when the new con
vention is concluded, am filled with
feelings of -shame at my shortcom
ing. The success of the conclusion
of the convention is wholly due to
the grace of his majesty. , The people
signifies and make endeavors to helj)
advance the welfare of the natiop. '
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v Ladiee' Dime Matinee Week Deye.
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THE BEST OF VAUDEVILLE '
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Prices: Hal. isllery. Me: best lasts leicept Satur
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J I lef Spoken Drama
Neat Sunday for Four Daya. Matinees
Daily. George Ban McCutcheon'g
Dramatization - by Grace Hayward.
Mate. 2Sc. Night 10c and 50c.
Mats, 25c 50c
NOW AND ALL NEXT WEEK -.,-.
Twice Dally at 2:15 and S:1S Sharp . ,
Clune'a Cinema Opera - :
iHtlen H. JackmV Fftmoua Romaac
28 SYMrnUP T untnLo i in
Choir of MUa.on Sin yen
' Today and Balance of Week
V. Chandler Smith Presents
Pretty Girls. Cstchy Melodies.
. DAY AND WHITE
Classy Teovelty Scotch Singers '
'- ZED A AND HOOT -The
Firey Dragon and Dancing Girl
KANE AND HERMAN -"The
' The Feature Picture: The Greater
Obligation With Edward Arnold,
Bex Ojfice Now Open.
Mr. Anton Kish, for tha past
IS years associated with tha
leading furriers of this city,
now hag charge of the Fur De
partment for Dresher Bros.,
2211-17 Farnam Street, Tyler
34S. Ask for Anton Kish.
UIDD 15th ni Harney
niri Phone Douglas 8069.
Today, NORA TALMAGE in
Open From 11 to 11 Daily
"CAPTIVATING MARY "
10c. Admission Always 10c.
- , CHARLIE CHAPLIN ,
EVERETT OVERTON in
"THE WANDERIN HORSE"
Bessie Lov '
HELL-T O-PAY ' AUSTIN
Keystone Comedy. Paths Weekly.
THE chief aim of American Barley Farmers is to
- I Prow Barley' up to the high standard demanded
- -L by sAnheiiser-Busch. They hot only pay pre
mium prices for select Barley, but havevCOTitributed
thousands of dollars to induce the fanner to improve
the quality of his Barley crop. The exclusive Saaaer
Hop flavor of Budvveiser comes from the hop gaidens
of the ancient district of Saat, Bohemia, where for 800.
years the finest hops in the world have been grown. '
The ever-and-alws-the-same Quality, Purity, Mild
ness and Distinctive Character of Budw&er have made
its sales exceed other beers by millions of bottles.
; ANHEUSER-BUSCH St LOUIS, USA.
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Anheuser-Busch Co. of Nebr., Distributors, Omaha.
Fanubct supplied by C K Haiuea Dealer. Phone Doujlu 2504
The gxpi-ags chaige on the chr-ap htts
ate just as high as on tha best "
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