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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1916.
LIVE ST0CK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Light, Trade is
Active and Steady Sheep
and Lambs Steady.
'bogs are fifteen higher
II - Omaha, Sept 14. lilt
Cattle. Hob. Sheep.
v.- Wia1nta want
Official Moadar 15.140 4,110
OfflrUI Tuesday 1.170 7,401
Ofrlrtat Wedneadar 1,114 1,104
Official Thursday .... 4,417 .01
Vrtiimw 1.200 4.000
Flva dxyi Ihla week ..10.611 87,114 I11.17J
a... Have lul nd, .11.140 1,074 (1,141
Same day. t week. eoi:,ll 14, IJJ.JJl
Same daya 1 week a(o:l,411 14.04O 11.114
Eimt daya 4 week! a(ol7,7l 41.104 1.1
;um dy lest yaar.. 11.(4 11.41 11,111
" Receipts and disposition of Hva stock at
'the. Union (lock yards, Omaha, for twenty
,feur houra ondlM at I o'clock p. m. 'Sa
Cattl. Hoe. Btwap.H'r'a.
C. M. St P
C. N. oaet
N W. west....
8t. p., m. a o.:.
B. Q. east.,,.
. B. q., vest..'.
, ft. 1. P . east..
. R. L P., west.
' Total receipt. ....14
Swift A Co
..Cttdahy Packing Co...
Armour at Co
fVhwart 4k Co...
1. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing- Co...
Omaha Pack. Co..
Corr Packing Co
SY B. Lowla..
1. B. Root A CO....X.
L. F. Hues .'
F. Q. Kellogg....
Rothschild at Krebs...
Joha Harvey ,,.
lensen A Langrea....,
Other buyer ,..
11 .. 1
, 4) . ...
it is 's
I? tl t
Cattl. Hog. Sheep.
201 !t 142
eoi in I mi
(4 . HO lil74
144 II 1.404
.... 101 ....
.... J,14( ....
I II .... ....
(7 .... 11.104
HEW YORK STOCKS
Redeeming Feature of Market
,1s Forward Movement in
1,1(1 1,121 10,111
Cattle Receipts were flr tor a Friday,
while there waa a good demand and a rea
aottsbly active market. Price showed lit.
tie or no change In either direction, being,
a a rule, about ateady with yesterday.
Practically everything sold In good season
In the morning. A very fan"? grass steer
elected from a bunch of Colorado cattle sold
at 111.31, the highest, price ever paid on thl
Quotation on eattl: Good ta choice
beevea 110.0910.71: fair to good beeves,
tl. OOteio 110; common to fslr beeves. 11.710
M0; good to choice grass Peeve. 17.7141
1.21; tatd to good grass Iwevee. 17. 2197.71;
rommou 10 fair grass teevea, t(-2!(7 111
good to eholca heifers. M.764t.ll; good to
choice cows, K.1U407.60; fair to good oowa.
SC.sltff.ln: common to fair cows, 14.104)
t.ll: goo4 to cholc feeder. 17.314pl.21.
fair to good feedera. 14. 8197. 31: common
to fair feeder. ll.Mei.il; good ta choice
awker. 17.1(07.71; atock heifers, 11.7(41
7.(0: stork oowa, 11.1(4(1.10: stock OS Ives.
IC.1O0IUO; vaal calves. 11.00011.00! beef
Hulls, staga. ato.. I4.0(jl.00; bologna bulla,
TRADING ON HUGE SCALE
New . York, rWpt 1. Th rwlMmtni
feature of today1! market quite apart from
the abnenca of the wIM and ipectacular
fluctuations of the preceding day. wan the
forward movement In high -trade Invest
merits pay In v laeuee, which gave the Hat
a dearee of much-needed Rtrenitth. Tradlnc
was once more on a flrantlo icale the
total turn-over of 1. 270,000 aharea making
the tenth consecutive full session In which
dealings have run Into seven figures. There
were no alcna at the outset of the .rrefiv
larltjr and liquidation which caused such an
aorupt cram bit nr of Quoted values in -
terday's final hour, but from time tft time
the mors speculative shares manifested some
susceptibility to pressure. In point of fact,
today's final prWs of leading rails and In
dustrials were higher than yesterday.
Almost two score Issues of various de
scriptions touched levels well over any of
tne year, and some, notably Union Pacific,
which made an extreme gain of m points,
to 146 U, wero at their maximum price
since the war. Other potential leaden which
rose 1 to almost 3 onlnta Included South
ern Pacific, Oreat Northern and Northern
racine Atchison and New Tork Contra).
The line In these stocks. It waa coin ted
out, may have been a belated recognition
of their strong position, as Indicated by
the recent report of the Interstate Com
merce commission, showing that the lead
Ing railways of the country, tot the flint
time in their history ntlwd ud net earning
of more than $1,000,000,000 In theJast fiscal
Many Industrial! and specialties made
gains or I to points, and Drlggs-Seatiury,
one of the newly listed munitions was con
plruous for Its advance of almost 10 noli. tit
to 1114. United States fit eel repeated Its
man recorn oi id? and a mil ted shares, al
though Irregular at limes, were strong In
Flrmm-ss was the only feature of the bond
n.B.rH.ei on moderate expansion of bus!
ness. Total sales, nar valua. 19 1 TA. Ann
United States bonds were unchanged on
v Number of sales and quotation! on leading
Hales. Hlh Ivw fnm
Am. nugar Kenning i.orto
Am. Car ft Foundry
Am. locomotive... 7,(,0 0 7W 19
Am. Sm-.lt A Rf.. 11,400 109 101 109
nut. outir naaritiiqs; , , , lis
Am. Tel. at Tel 2,109 1.3 "ei 1S1U 132
K.. L. at a 9. itOO 40 U. Ittt 1A
Awrnnni (topper, it.,jua ri
Atchison 10,000 100
nam. locomotive., 11,400
llalttmore Ohio. 0,100
ostii-B. ninn, ifiw, ..inm.
: 1.000 94i 93 U 3W
39,fi'i0 fi 04 U flftij
- 18,400 th 60 67 4
Brook, Rapid Tran.
H. A 8. Conner. . . .
Thesa pea k at Ohio
C, M. Ht. P...
Chicago AN. W...,
C, R. !! P. Ry..
Colo. Fuel Iron..
Corn Products Ref.
Distillers' Securities 4,100
Oeiural Electric... too 170 170 170
Oreat No. pfd..... 1,100 1114 1KH "'
Oreat No. Ore otfa. 7.200 lis. 41 41'
117 tt 11
741 ( 10
141 I II
. m 16 to
. m i to
.1001 i oo
, mi I ei i.
. 2310 10N
H, T. Wltkettdon Montana.
II fUers,4fl; It 40 1 steers. . ,i:i IT 50
tt niaih Ma Krai all l
, Iteedtrs. 618 00 10 steers... 114
II. Trtekler Montana.
Tcojra... S20 S 79 6 cows... Itl
Chris Christenaen Navada.
'loowa... 6 I Tt loows...l0tt
O. M. Emmons Nebraaka.
II steer. .1004 1 to lateen. .1101
C K. Andarson Nebraska,
inRtn aa& a It 1 calf.... tlO
T steers.. 760 t0 t bulls... 40 T6
tl steers.. tOtt T 20 t steers.. 171 t 7B
BOUTH DAKOTA. t '
It steers.. 105t Tit steers. .1080 Tit
Hog Chicago came sharply higher again
AM morn In and with only a moderate
run at their disposal packers and shippers
literally fell all over each other In their
efforts to nil their oraers. ii- coon omy
few minutes to clean up nearly everything
t prices th&J were In almost no Instance
less than 10 4 Ho higher, and to some uaios
were called aa much as 20o higher, the
average market being mostly Ho ar-'e
Thursday. Practically everything had
ohanged hands long before 9 o'clock.
Unit of the sales landed at tlO.Sttl
10.70, while packer paid as high as $11.10
fr oholca butchers, setting a new recora
for the yards by looker hundred. Tops
tire now a dime above last weeks close,
While bulk of th hogs Is selling at the
hi heat level of th year to date, SOc
.mum- than til Prlvn In fore last Bat
brday. Coat of all droves was sround flO.tt
today, the hlfbeat so far this year, and
tint within a fuw cents of being the high-
set l.i history. Back In March, 1011, the
record average was made, oust reaching
10.71 for on day, .but that was In the
Krlng when quality was, or at least should
v been, gonerally good, and considering
this factor hogs are probably costing pack
ra more today than -ever before.
Representative sales:. .
No. Av. 8b Pr. . No. Av.
TI..I49 ... 910 SO 7ft. .107
to io eo
SO 10 70 12.. 131
,, 10 SO , 81. .143
10 11 OS" tl..3t
MhHi Far a Friday sheeo and lamb re-
slpts were real generous, th supply being
stlmated M fifty-three oar, er 14,100
head. This brings th total for th week
to data up to 1S3.S74 head, which Is 40.000
Urser than a week ago. but slightly small-
r than two weeks ago. and a falling off
Of It.oOO head as compared with the oor
trea ponding days a year ago.
Packers had evidently forced fat lamb
ftriuea down to what they considered
War kin basin, and whit today's run was
ry fair, and early reports from Chicago
hr.ii 1 Ian anraurat n. they tooH Bold in
good shape here, th market being active
t good steady prices. Quality was hardly
su to yesterday's standard, but packers did
t anticipate any noticeable change In
tressed costs, and on paper, at least, prices
were ateady, bulk of the deelrable fat
lamb bringing 119.10010.40, with tops at
lb latter figure. Price ar 2o to, in
siireme cases, as much as 40 Oelow the
tiose.uf last week, when medium to good
Ismbs sold at H0.40tflO.H6, with a real
kji.-t kin auotabl at til. 00.
I'eeders made up the small snd of th
arrnrinn and here. too. th trade was
rood steady affair, tl0.S0ttts.60 buying
biot of the deoent to good lambs, while
artLftlrat v no feeder shHiD were here.
Ouotatlons on sheen and lambs: tamba.
toed to choir. ttO.t0ttlO.t0; lambs, fair
lo good. flO.lOtf 10.60; lambs, feeders, 9.7t
BlO.ftO; yeartings, gooa to cnoice, ii.iio
h.co: vearllnss. fair to good. t7.ootfT.Tt
roarltngs, feeders, t.608.00i wethers, fair
Ut chuice, $6.t0tt7.t0i ewe, good to choice.
lt.tiiT10; ewes, xair to gooa, t.vosf.ev,
M-a. t-laln to culls, 4.00Ot.7t; ewes, Ied
Uic. tt.009t.t0; ewes, brooders, all ages.
ISO native yearlings .......
9 Wyoming ewes .......
9 nailv ewe
IfO Idaho feeder Iambs...
Hi Idaho lamb
148 Wyoming feeder lamb.
I4f Wyoming feede. lambs.
IJ0O lie. HH IS
. . . , 1c,
62 14 lit,
47 41 41
Illinois central 10,100 10! '4 101 K 101
Inter. i:on, torp... l.ono ik le ie-4
Insnlratlon Coun.r.. 11.400 II 11 K l aZ
Inter. Harvealer 111
Int. H. M. pfd. otfs. 11,700 114 111. 110H
K. C. Southern loo 15 21 !
Kennecott Copper.. 1,200 ttii (2(4 llli
Louisville Nash.. 300 llluj 121 131
Meilcan r.irol.um. 17.100 111 llit 113",
Miami Copper 1,100 17Vi 17 "It
M . K. at T. pfd... 104
Missouri Pacific..,. 400 4 ,4 ITt
Montana POwer ...i M
National Lead 1,000 71 71H 71
Nevada Copper 1,100 llti 11H 21U
New Tork Central. 41.100 101V, 10f 10IJ4
Y. Ti. n. at n., J.owo si
.. UUv 1,1 ,.V ,.11,
I.40O lllj 110i 111 Si
1,000 21 21 ti II
1,000 II 17 27 U
1,400 II ll 114
Pacific Tel. A Tel..
Kay uon. wopper. ...
Rep. iron a aieei. .
ahattuck Aria. Cop.
Houthern Railway. .,
u Tnri Aleanoi. nr.it'u
6. 8. Sleel pfd
Wabash pfd. "B'
10 10 11
4 10 II
4 10 76
... 10 10
... It 10
04 (4 10Ci 104 i
llj 14 17V
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Demand for Cash Wheat Poor
and Prices Are Three to
Four Oenti Lower.
HALF OF RECEIPTS SOLD
1,100 Ilk 3
00 22 21
1.100 171 177
1,400 41 (IK
Omaha, September II, 1111.
Demand 'or cash wheat waa poor today.
Sellers held ont until lat. In the session,
but bad to tak 1c to 4e n.ider yesterday's
prices for this cereal. The receipt totaled
187 cars, but only about half o( those wsr.
Light receipts af corn failed to hinder
buyers today. Cam was a poor seller, sell
Inv unchanged to Ho higher, with only a
few sales reported.
Oat were reported d to tte lower. .
Rr. waa unchanged to tt" higher, and
barley aold unchanged to 2c highsr.
These sales were reported toaay:
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: 1 car. 11.41;
1 car, 11.41. No. 1 hard winter: 1 cars,
II. O. No. I hard winter: 1 car (dark),
1.11; 1 car. 11.(0: 2 cars, 11.41: 1 car,
1.41: 1 care, 11. t: 1 car. 11.46; 1 car,
1.41; 1 car, 11.41. No. 4 hard winter:
1 car, 11.47: ( care, 11. tl: 1 care. 11.44; I
csrs, 1.41; 1 car, 11.43: 1 car. 11.41. Ham-
pis hard winter: 4 cars, '1.42; 1 car, (i.sa.
No. 1 spring: 1 car, 11.11; 1 car, 1.41. No.
1 durum: 1 car, 1.60; 1 car, 11.10. No. I
durum: 1 cars. 11.11; 1 car, 11.10. No. 1
mlsed durum: 1 car, 11.11. No. 3 mlxedr 1
car, 1.4. No. 4 mlsed: 1 car. 11.41.
Rye No. 1, 1 car, 11.11; I car. 1.H.
No. 1. 1 car, 11.11; 1 car, 11.17.
Uarley No. 2, 1 car, (le; 1 car, lie; 1
car, (0c. No. ( 1 car, 12c: 1 car. Ilo; 1
Corn No. I white, t car, lie. Mo. I
whit.. 1 .ra. lie. No. I white. 1 car, 7(o.
No. 1 yellow. 1 car. II c. No. I yellow, 1
eara, lie. No. 1 yellow, 1 car, lie. No. 4
yellow, 1 car, 7c. No. 2 mlsed. I car, 10c.
Nn s mixed. 2 cara. 10c: 1 car. 71c. No.
I mlsed. 1 car. 71 e: 1 car, 71c. No.
mixed, I car, 71a. Sample mlg.d, 1 car
74 c: 1 car. (Ic.
Oats Standard, I cars, 4Je: 2 cara.
43 c. No, 1 white,1 II cars, 43 c. No. 4
white. 1 eara. 42o: 1 car, 42c. Sample, 1
Clearances were: Wheat and flour equal
to 1,211,000 bushels; corn, (.000 bushels
cats, 171,000 .buehels.
Liverpool closs: Wheat, 244d off; corn.
lat 2d off.
Primary wheat receipt were 1,117,00
bu.hela and shiaments 1.108,000 buahsls,
agalnat receipts of 2,141,000 bushels and
hlnmenta of 2.021.000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipta were 116., 000
buahels and shipments 411.000 bushels
asslnflt r.ceipts of 721,000 bushels nd
shipments of 141,(00 bushel last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1,111,000
bushels and shipments 110,000 bushsls,
agalnat receipta of 1,214.000 (rashels and
shipments of 1,031,000 buehel, last year.
. Whoat. Corn.
Chicago . .
Omaha Futar Market.
Th quick break In wheat that cam just
befor the close yesterday made the market
In this cereal nervous today and made trad
er uncertftln which way to Jump. Reports
of killing frosts over a good part of th
corn belt last night caused an upturn tn
this pit. Oats followed wheat and corn and
held within a narrow range.
si.ooo ins 111 112
17,100 II 17 47 k
100 30 10 30
14.100 100 100
1.400 34 23 24
13,400 121 121 U0
4,101 11 21 31
4.700 206 201 102
11,100 140 141 144
100 11 41 81
6.400 110 120 130
1,100 11 11 II
1,100 17 14 17
1.700 11 17
17.100 14 11 lift
Total sals for the day. 1,170,000 haree.
C1IICAUO UVll STOCK MARSBT. y
Cattl. Strang I Hgs, , rtil . bbp.
.-. steady. .
Chicago. Sept 11. Cattl Receipts. 1.000
head: market trong; native beef, l.80t
11.26: western sieers. ...
and feaera, !.(4)l.lt: oowa ana Minn,
!.60tI.S6l cslves, I.101I.OO.
xiog iteoeipis ,.v ....,
10c to 20c advance: bulk of sslss, 110.419
11.10; light, 110.30011.10; mixed. 110. 0S
60; heavy, 414. vow u.evi rouso. .iw.vv,.
10.11; pigs. 7.00410 10.
Sheep and lambs neceipta, i.,wv. oaw.
market steady: toothers. 14.1001.10; .wee,
1.007.1l lambs, II.OOQU.IO.
Tork, Sept. 11, Rallle
early declines In th. market for ooffe. fu
...... k.. -.. .iieeeded by ron.wed weak.
..... ' l,h nrlnea tnakiU MW loW grolind
for the movement in mm taie trauma.
market opened at a declln. of 4 to 7 points
under a ranewal of aoatterlng liquidation
and trade selling Inspired by th. talk of
Increased offerings from Brasil and the raor.
favorable view of new-crop prospects. Th.
selling waa not as active a recently, how
avor, and rallies of several point, followed
on covering, with December selling up from
1.02c to 1.12c, or about I points net higher.
Later offerings Increased, although ther.
urn., tn ne no nanicuiar cnanae in in.
character of th. n.ws, and December broke
lo l.llc under renewed liquidation, .with
th. market closing at a nei ,o.s o, j, ,u
17 point for th day. Sales, 44,100 bags.
Closing bids: September, (,11c; October
l.llc; November, 1.16c; December, l.llo;
January, l.llc: February, l.llc; March,
1.03c; April, 1.070; May, l.llo; June, t.llo;
' Spot corre. nun; mo TS. ice; eanto as,
ilic. Cost 'and freight offers were re
ported unchanged, although a shad, lowsr
on soms of the high-grade Santos. Quota
tions for Bunto. 4a ranged around 11c, Lon
Th. official cables reported an uncnangea
market at Rio, with spot 100 and futures
76 re la lower. Rio exchange lower. Ban
Paulo temperatures ranged from 17 to 16,
with clearing weather. Rio cleared 1,000
bag and Santos 14,000 bag for N.w Tork.
High, I Lnw, Close. Tea.
1 46 142 1 4( 141
1 47 144 1 41 144
1 47 146 1 47 144
ii 7i n 7
17 11 . (7
.7.1 J 71 70
44 44 44 41
46 46 If 46 46
47 47 47 47
Chicago closing urlcea, turuiahad J'he Dee
by Logan Bryan, stock and grain hrokora.
818 Ifoum Bitteenin sires.
I Low.l Closs. 1 Tes.
I 1 41 1 4H4I147 t J 41 141
14l-417t 110 147 141- 141
141-41 1 I0fc147 1 11 141
I IS 11 I8l 11
7171 72 71 72 71
76 74 74 71 74
45 ' 41 4Ht 44
47tJ 47 41 . 47 41
1 10 41 10 60
It 60 21 76 II II ! 71 1 0
II II il II II 71 II 17 II 10
14 47 14 17 14 41 14 41 14 I
II IT II II II 17 II II 12
14 10 14 41 14 II 14 IT 14 13
1170 1171 II 71 II Tl It 70
mixed, I212c: No. 1. 12!3c; ."vo. J
white, !4S6c; No. I, naoitc; no, z yel
low, l4(J16o; No. I, 1484c; December,
71c; May, 74c,
HEW YORK 41KNF.BAL MARKET.
Qtsstatloaa al the Day aa th Tarlaas Laad-
. lag Commodities.
New Tork. Sept. 16. Flour Steady.
Wheat Spot firm; No, 1 durum 11.73;
No. 2 hard. 11.14; No, 1 northern
luth. 11.71: No. 1 northern,
1.73, f. o. b. New Tork.
Corn Spot firm; No. 3 yellow, I7c. c.l.f.
Oats Spot steady.
Hops Steady; state, common to choice,
1111 14031c; 1216, ICtllc; Pacific coast.
111(1 12ljrl4c; 1116. (4J13C.
Hides Firm; Bogota, 12933c; Central
Americans, 22 c.
Leather Firm; hemlock first, lie; sec
provisions pork: nrm: mess,
31.9: fstnlly, 12( 00034.00; short, clear.
127.004)11.00. Beef firm: mess, I20.004S
11.00; family, 21.00024.00. Lard, firm;
mlddl west, 114.10914(0.
Tallow Firm; city, Ic; country, 10
(c; special, (c.
Butter Steady; creamery, extras, 12
score. 22933c; cresmery, higher scoring,
3ll!c; firsts, 32033c; second.. 200
Eggs Irregular: receipt, 11.16 aasea:
fresh gathered, extra fine, 31037c: extra
first, 34036c; firsts, 210 33c; nearby hen
nery, whites, fine to fsncy, 46041a; nearby
hennery, browns, II 43c.
Cheese Firm; state, fresh, specials, llc;
same, average fancy, 12 011c.
Poultry Alive easier; broiler. 21c: fowl.
20c; turkey, 11020c; dressed steady.
, DUN'S TRADE REVIEW.
Trend la AH Una Toward Further Increase
New Tork Sept II. Dun' review tomor
row will say:
i ''In nearly all Important Industrial and
mercantile line the trend 1 toward a fur
ther Increase in activity and Is exceptionally
marked In some directions. Manufacturing
nlants are being operated to their capacity,
the shortage In the supply of labor being
practically th. only deterrent to additional
"The demand for fall merchandise Is en
couraglngly brisk and th. general business
sentiment Is optimistic In the central
statee the movement of commodities con
tinues well austsined and reflects pronperous
conditions. . In the south the Inquiry for
staple goods is increasingly active, while
western commerclel centers report substsn
tlal Increase In business over last year.
"On the Pacific cosst the favorable crop
prospects In that region, together with the
generally high prices for agricultural prod
ucts, are Indicative of still further progress.
Retail trade drags at some points, owing
labor controversies, but this condition is
regarded as temporary, and demand for fall
merchandise, aa a whole, Is maintained In
volume that reflects aa expanding purchaa-
ig -power on the part ox the people gener
ally. Weekly bank clearings, 14,338,197,110."
New Verk Money Market. .
New Tork, Sept . 16. Mercantile Paper
1 per caat. ' -
Sterling Exchange M-day hill. 14.71:
demand, 14.76: cables. 14.71.
Silver Bar, Ilo; Mexican dollars, 62 c.
Bonds Oovsrnment steady; railroad
Tim Loans stronger: oo days, BOB
per cent; . (0 daya 1 01 per cent; alt
month, 104 per cent
can Money ateady: high. I per cent:
low, 1 per cent; ruling rata, I per cent;
last loan. I per cent; closing bid, 1 per
cent! offered at I per cent
8. r. la. reg. It Ho., Kan. at Tex. -
do coupon ... (I 1st 4 II
. S. Is, reg,...100M. P. con. Is 101
do coupon ,...100Mont. Power 6s. 17
B, s, reg. . . .ivvsci. I. u. aeo. es.iiz.
oo coupon ...iiv r. i. ,juy ms..iiu
m.Smelt. ls...lllN. T., N. H. 4V H.
Am. Tel. 4k Tel, iv. (a 110
CV. 4M.8 IIOVjNO. PaClflO 4B. ... 92
Anglo-French I. ( do I ......... 16
Atch. gen.- 4... (2ure. B. L. ref. 4a 02
A O. 4 1144 .Pan. T. 4k T. 6a. 10114
Beth. St. ref. 6.100Ponn. con. 4s..l04
ceait. pan. 1st... ss ao gen. 4s...iui
C. 4V O. cv. 4. (0 Reading gen. 4. (4
C, B. A Q. It 4s (7 St. L. 4 San F.
M. at. p. rcr. 4s bou
cv. ( 101So. Pac. ev. 6s.. 104
, n. r. ny. oo rer. 4.,.... si
ref. 4s 71So. Railway 6S..100T.
4t S. ref. 4(4s. 13 Union Pao. 4s.. 14
. tt it. u. a,, 48. 77 aov.. .8 ,(.
Brie gen. 4s 71U. 8. Rubber la. 102
Oen. F.lec. ......101(411. 8. Steel Is. ..106
ut. No. 1st 4 11'W. Union 4. 16
I C. ref. 4s (I W. Elec. cv. 6s. 121
Int. 11. M. 4s..l0l Dom. of C, 1111 (7
k. c. bo. rer. 8 SB a, ma.
L. 4k N. an. 4.. 14
New Tork. Sept. 16. Cotton Futures
opened steady; October, 16.44c; December,
6.62o: January, ll.llo; March, u.llo: May,
Spot, qul.t: middling upland. 16.(0o; no
Cotton closed tady at a ttt lo of 4 to
Liverpool. Sept. .16. Cotton Spot, easier
good middling, 1.17c; middling l.llc; low
middling, s.aoc; sale. .12,000 Dales,.
TEXAS RANGERS ,
Captain Poucher, Back on Fur
lough, Talks of Border
CHURCH GREETS PASTOR.
ItC Lea Is Lira Stack Market '
Sr. Louis, Sept. II. Cattl Recelpls
l.uvO 'head; market higher; native beef
rtcers 11. 60011. 00; yearling steers and half
Is, 14.10010.46; cows, 6.IO0(.O(; Blockers
and feeders, 16.K0l.OOt Texaa quarantine
steers. 16.6901 10; prima southern steers,
fl. 0001.09; oows and heifer. I4.IIOI.00;
trtnta yearling ateers and hellers, 17.100
OS: (lattra calves, 14.00011.76.
'Hog Receipts. 16,600 head: markt
higher: lights, 114.80rjll.il; mixed pigs and
but hers, 10,70011.16: good heavy, 111 10
Oil 36: pin. 17.10010.11; bulk ( aales,
Sheep and Lama Receipt. 1 10 hd;
narket ateady: lambs, I7.OO011.; slaugh
ter ewe. 16.0007.11; bleating awes, 11.000
21.00; yearlings, 1140 0 ( 40.
W ' St. Joseph Uv. Stack Market, '
t. Joseph. Sept 11 Caul Bcg.lnla, 600
haasl: market ateady: ateera. 10. 60 0 10.60:
cow. and heifer. 14.10010.00; ealvea, 14.04
Hog Receipt. 1.644 head; market high
r; up, 111.(4; bullkf alea, 1(.4I01.II.
Sheep and Lamb. Receipt. 2.100 head:
tnark.t slow; lamb. 110.00010.161 ewes,
I7.OO07.6O. . ........,.. 1 .
City U Slack Market
Kansaa City. Sept II. battle. Receipt,
I, 000 head: market strong: prime fed steers,
10.00011.00; dressed beef steers, 11:00
(76; western stsers, (4.1001.60; cow.. 14.76
07.16; heifers, 14.01010.60; Blockers snd
feedera, t4.OO0l.I6; bull. li.3S04.6O;
calve 11.600 11.00.
Hoga Receipts, 11,000 head; market
higher: bulk of Bales, 110.06 011.01; heavy,
10.60 011.04: paoker and butchers, 610 460
II. 06: light. 1o.6o0n.O6: pigs, li ootfio.io.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 4,100 head;
market Btesdyr lambs. (10.00 010.70; year
lings, 17.7101.11; welhora, 17.3107.71; owe,
' Slain City live stock Market
Slaax City, la. Sept II. Cattle Re
ceipts. 1.300 headi market steady; beef
teers, (1.16011. 00; buluners, (6.4007.76:
cannera. 14.0006.11: Blockers and' feeders,
16.7601.76: calves. 16.60011.0; feeding
cow. and neirers. r.8QTV.S6.
Hogs itcslpts, 1 700 head: market 109
0o higher: light. 110.26010.60: mixed.
1IO.SO01O.IO; heavy, 110.10011.00; bulk of
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 1,000 head I
market steady; awe, 16,0007.00; larnba,
Ilea Stark la Sight.
Reealpta of llv tSck at tha flva principal
CHICAGO OBA1N AND PROVISIONS.
Irratralar Opening, Followed by OeSeral Ad
ranee and Decided Reaction.
Chicago. Sept. 11. Serious drought- reports
from Argentine tended to handicap the bears
ta whsat. Largely In consequence, th mar
ket, although unsettled at tha close, waa
to 1C net higher, with December at
u na to 11.4141. and May at 11.10. Corn
flnlshsd 101 to lc up and oata with
a gain of th 0c. In provisions,
ths outcome vartsd from five pants dclln
,10 a riss or sio.
It waa avldsnt at th outset that yester
day's sudden break Inth prlc of wheat,
had taksn place without any ' adequate
caiiss, but confidence aaemed to have been
shaken ao badly that until late In the
aeaslon rallies were not well maintained.
Ail developments tended ta establish that
no Argentine wheal of any consequent.
waa headed toward th United Btat.s and,
that owing to a lack of vesssls, no future
largfl shipments could b looked for. On
th. other hand, tha bears mads much of
ths fact that recant purchasing for th
Oresk govsrnment had turned out to. be
only half a larg had been supposed.
Bulla finally appear, to hev. obtained a
clear advantage, hewovor, after the receipt
of' word that the crop situation In Argentine
was critical, owing to drought.
Resides tha menacing Argentina crop out
look, an enlargement of export sales In the
United Stataa'had much to do with strength
ening whest prices hr In ths last hour.
It waa aald forelgnera had taken 2,000.000
bushel within 41 hours, and that there were
order for 1,0(0,000 buahehs more at price
which wr only to a -Blight degre out
Froat last mint and more predicted for
tonight carried corn valuea upgrads. Ad
vance war checked by knowledge that
large percentage of the crop waa out of
danger. Oat derived firmness chiefly from
corn and wheat. The seaboard gave notice
of 400,000 bushels of oata sold for sxport.
Htaher prices on nogs iirtea provisions.
Belgian relief orders tended also to make
the maraet asosna.
Caah Prices Wheal: No. I red, 11.11
1.61; No. I red. 11.4601,41: No. 1 hard,
11.63: No. I hard. 11.61. Corn: No. 1
yellow. !5crfsc; no. 4 yeuow, 010; no.
4 white, (iv.sn. uata: r.0. s wnne, .,
46c; atandara, 46048c. rtye: no. 1
ll.12Kl.24. Parley. I4c0ll.ll. ' Reeds
Timothy. 11.10 0 4.60: clover. 111.00014.00.
Provisions: Pork, 1:7.10; lard, 114.10; ribs,
Butler Higher: erearaery, I7y.us2tte.
Kgga Higher: receipt. (Ill cases: flrets,
210:lc: ordinary firsts. 2l011o;
msrk. cases Included. 2202(0.
Potatoes 'Receipt, 11 . care; maraat an
Poultry Allva, unsettled; row!, lio
. 041 aad Baela. -:
Savannah, Oa., . Sspt 16. Turpentine
llarket ateady. 41 c; aales (03 bbl..;
celpts, 4(1 bbls.; shipments, .10 bbls.; stock
Rosin Markst firm; salsa 1,6(1 bbl.; re
ceipt, 1,261 bbls. ; shipment 104 bbls.;
stock 21.117 bbls. Quote: A, B. 11.16: C D,
I6,5; JO, (6.(0; F, ((.1(; o, (6.20; H, I,
11.26; K, M, 8.I0; N, 11.40; WO, 16.50;
WW, (l,7(. ., . t .
New Tork. Bent II Metale Lead. 11.10
07.00: spelter steady; spot East St. Loula
delivery, (0(c: copper, firm; electrolytic,
127.00028.26; tron, steady ana unonanged;
tin. .tendV! snot 8S8.260B2B.7&
At London spot copper, xl. 10: xuturee.
1112: electrolyuc, 1131 10: apot tin, 4170
(s; futures, till (.
western market yeaterday:
Cattle, Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha 1,300 4.000 14.100
Chicago 1,000 14 000 11.000
Kansas City 1.000 16.000 4.100
St. Loula 2,000 16,600 1,100
Sioux City 1,101 1,700 - 1.00
Tatal , 7 4( tl.lM 40,41
, Omaha May Market.
Omaha, Neb. Sept II, 1(14.
Hay quotatlona are; , Cholc upland
prairie, (10.60 011. 00; No. 1, ((.00010.00
NO. I, (7. 6008.60; NO. , ((.(0 0 7.00. NO.
midland, 11.(0010.00; No. I, 1. 40 0 4. 00.
Choice lowland, (7.00; No. 1, ((.(0: Ne.
4.0001.00; No. I, .OO01.M. Cholc al
falfa. Ill 46 011.66; No. I. 111.60 011.10.
Standard alfalfa, .1.100 10.60; Na, I, 11.000
B.ov; jva. ., (b.0008. ov.
Minneapolis Oral Market
Minneapolis, Sept. 16. Wheat December
closed at 11.67(4. cash: No. 1 hard. (1-674
No. I northern, tl.1101.14: No. 1 north
ra, I1.ST01.I1H; No. 3, H.1001.11.
core. No. I yellow, (00810.
Dale No. 1 white, 41 (4 0 43.
Barley I6C0I1. 01.
Brand 31.00 011.00. '
'. St. UU Oral. Market.
St Iul. Sept. II. Wheat Lower: track
No. I red, 11.11; No. bard, 11.1101.14
Corn Lower; track No. I. I401lc; No.
I white, I40llc: December. Tl073
Oats Steady; track No. I, 44041c; No.
I white. 44c.
Rya Steady; No. I. 11.11; December,
Kaaaas City (Jeaeral Market
Kanaaa City, Sept 16. Wheat le lower
NO. I red, (1.6O01.6C No. I, 11.44 01.48
No. I red, IIH01.1O; No, I, 114401(7; De
oember, (14601.46: May, (1.44,
Oala Unchanged: No. 1 white, 44
17.:; No. I mlsed, 44041c.
ButUr Creamery, lie; first. Ilo; a
ond. 37c; packing, 14 c a
Egg Firsts. 81c.
Poultry Hens, 16o; rooster, lit; broil
Corn Unchanged to HQ lower; Na.
Rev. John F. Poucher, captain and
adjutant of the Fourth Nebraska reg
iment, returnee? home last evening on
a twenty-days', furlough.
' He is also pastor, of Trinity Metho
dist church, Omaha, and he found
most of his congregation idown, at
the station to meet him. v Many of
them came in automobiles and form
ed a regular parade to escort him to
his home. ' "
Captain Poucher left the regiment
at Llano Grande, Jawrr last Monday.
stopping at Several places on the
"The Nebraska boys are getting
along fine," he said. "They are well
fed and housed and the only thing
that worries them is the feeling of
uncertainty regarding when they are
coming home. The Young Men's
Christian association is doing a great
work. They have a house for head
quarters with every brigade.
Hangers Cause Trouble.
"I believe, from my observations,
that the whole trouble on the bor
der has been caused by the Texas
rangers., these men go about ana
get together bands of Mexicans on
this side of the border and lead them
on to do their work. It is a money
proposition and when the troops are
withdrawn I think the trouble will
Rev. Mr. Poucher has been "hob
nobbing" with some famous men. He
met rrancis Sayre3, President Wil
son's son-in-lsw, who was down there
for some time, presumably in connec
tion with Young Men Christian as
sociation -work. He also got well ac-
ouainted with Runert Hushes, the
author, who is captain of one of the
New York companies, tie acted as
guide for a day for George Pattullo.
"A Strang thing in the Nebraska
regiment is that there are so few dem
ocrats," said Rev. Mr. Poucher.
"There isn't a single officer that 1
know who is a democrat."
It is possible that Captain Poucher
will not return to the border. If the
regiment is likely to be mustered out
very soon he will probably not go
' Besides his other military duties he
preached every Sunday in one of the
Young Men's Christian association
Added to Bread Probe
Chicago, Sept. 15. A federat in
vestigation of the increase in milk
prices will be added to the list of food
price inquiries now under way in Chi
cago, United States District Attor
ney Clyne announced today.
Clyne said investigators for the De
partment of Agriculture will begin an
inquiry into the milk situation here
within a few days.
The federal 'inquiry into the, in
crease in bread prices was nearing its
end today. It was said bakers had
convinced federal authorities that an
increase in price was necessary be
cause of advanced cost of ingredients,
but no confirmation of the report was
obtained from Clyne.
, Load.. Stack Market.
London, Sept' -lt.-Amrlcn Bteel share
continued firm on tha Stock exchange Nto-
Sllver Bar, 33d per ounae.
" . her Mnf
PUcount Rate Short bllli, 4 5 pur
nt; tar6 montni, ittV pr cnt.
Dry God Itorkei
New Tork. Scst tt. Dry Goods Cotton
roodi wort firm and rlalot today. Tarns
wore very firm; wool market wera firm
and mora active. Knit oou were actlva.
Jobbers were very busy In nearly all depart
New Tork, Sept., 10. Suaar Raw easy
centrifugal, (.3Tc; molaaiea, 4,87c. Refined
teady; fine granulated, 6.40c. Ifutures
opened firmer today, Vt noon prices wore
to 9 points signer. v .
Uretitoal tiraia Market
Liverpool, Bept. IS. Wheat Spot, No.
Manitoba. 14a td; No. t, 14a 4d; No. 3, not
quoted; No. i red western winter. 14b 4d,
Omaha. Bept. IK. Bank clearings for
Omaha today wera 4,613,614.56, aiul for
the corresponding day last year $1,7 M ,G7. 61.
Hearings before Secretary Daniels and the
general board of the navy on the quetttlon
or a suitable location Tor tne projected gov
ernment armor factory teloeed with appro ni
mately lift cities ana rural districts asaing
for the plant. A selection probably will not
be made for more man two montna. .
. (PraabytaiiM Picnic, .
First Presbyterian Sabbath school ptcnln
will be held Saturday afternoon. Cara wilt
leave Thirty-Fourth and fa roam atm
enroute to Glmwood park.
Concord Club Members
To Compete for Prizes
Taxicab mileage, hats, violin lessons
and laundry tickets are a few of the
prizes to be awarded members of the
Concord club, an organization of busi
ness and professional men, at meet
ings this fall. The prizes will be do
nated by members of the club.
At the weekly meeting and lunch
eon held at the Hotel Fontenelle at
noon, C. E. Corey, secretary of the
club, acted as chairman. Short talks
were made by several members.
Second Episode of
"CRIMSON STAIN MYSTERY"
"DR. RAMEAU" 6 Act.
Tonite If new.f and all
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SEPT. I (-23
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"ARIZO N A"
Sunday JJ, Thursday
Toeediy B -.turoay
NEXT PI V"THF. ROSARY.
Mala.. 2Sc A SOc
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NOW AND ALL NEXT WEEK
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R A M O N A
Helen H. Jackaon'a Famoua Romance
25 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 25
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Next Week Martin Beck Presents
SARAH PADDEN, in "THE CLOD" .
BA V I. Playing A
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Beginning Tomorrow Matin, far Four
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Dramatization by Grace Hayward.
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Mile. Babette, Harry Bentley, Clare Evane,
Frances Talt Botsford, Walter Pearaon, Syl
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New Tork Girls. , ,
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