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LIVE STOCK MARKET
Killing -Cattle Steady, Feeders,
Excepting Best, Slow to
Lower Sheep Steady.
HOGS TEN TQ FIFTEEN UP
Omaha. October 15. 1114.
Recelpta were: Cattla.
.1 u.tt , . ..11.44T
omdai TaMday ......is.an ;. ;
Official Wednesday .. 1.041 "
Estimate Thoraday '.. 4.100 1.104 94.000
Four day. thla week. .41.104 11.I1I 1M.j41
Sam daya last week. 17.491 ifcllj 1J.
Seme day. 2 w'ks ao.4t.l5 31.101 14UIS
Same day. I w'ks alto. 41.914 10.104 134.917
Same day. 4 w'ka eo. 14.131 13.914 117.974
Ham. day. 1st year. ..40.419 14.419 1114,191
ftecelpta and disposition f Hv stock at
tha Union Stock Tarda, Omaha, for twenty
four houra ending at t o'clock p. m. yes
terday: RECEIPTS CARS.
Cattle. Hon. Sheep.H'ra.
C. Si. St. P.
Union Pacific , . . -(:.
N. W.. eat..
C. A N. J'., west...
C, St. P.. M. A O..
C. B at Q. east....
C.t B. A Q.. weat..
f! R. L P.. east
C. R. L V; west
Chleaso Gt. Weat. ,
foul receipts. ... .230
Morris A Co.
Swtft A Co.. ........
Cndahy Packing Co..
Armour ft Co
Schwarta ft Co
J. W. Murphy
So. Omaha Pack. Co.
Cudahy from Denver.
. V. B. vansant uo
f. a Lewis
J. B. Root ft Co.....
J. H. Bulla
J. O. Kellogg. i.
Werthelmer ft Degen.
H. r. Hamilton......
Kothschlld ft Krsos.,
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Co.
Christie , , , .'
Baimar Bros . .-.
Pennla ft Franele....
Jensen ft Lungren...
aatal. (,011 1.199 11,217
rattle Reeelnta of cattla were Quits lib'
ral thla morning for a Thoraday, 191 ear.
being reported In. Thla make, the total for
tbaTfour daya 41,101 bead, the largest since
twa weeks ago, but smaller than a year
ago by 4.700 head. Tha market on klllera
waa generally steady with yaeterday, there
being little or no change In either direct on.
Tha market waa not .particularly active.
There wna a' fair movement, so that the
h ika efrerlnaa chansed hands In de.
cent season. . With tha eiceptton of the beat
gradea aUckers and feedera were alow to
a llttla lower than yesterday.
Quotations on cattle: Good to aholea
k....u atn.ooeito.lot fair ta good beeva.
4.TltJ0.e0i common to fair bssves, 94.6OO
l.tu; laooy neavy are"-"". ej. .jr.j
good to choice graaa beave. 17 16tl.0
7.i ,. .mm rse haaeaa. 17.00 6)'. 16: oom
, t.t, ares, heaves. 94.00ft 1.00: good
. to cholea helfera. 14.76t7.ll: good tajriuiea
ovwa, 9l.40tt.eo; rair to gooq ojwa, es ' v
a AA, MmmM ta fair ROWS. I4.404rl.76! good
t choice feedera, 70tl.0i fair to good
feedera, 94.76ot.Ml common to fair feed
era, 94.00OI.76; good to chotca atockera,
- 97,(07.91; stock helfera. 11.714)7.26: stock
cows. 14. 6004.16; stock calvea, 94 4001.40:
veal calves, ll.00t)11.00 beef bulla, Itagl,
etc., I5.l6tyl tft v .
rtepreaenutwa aalaai : , - I
NEBRASKA. " . ... '
10 cow... 171 14 76 21 feeders. 991 tf 04
. . . . ... f i .11 1 SB
ZOCOWB... SS B itf
16 steers.. 694. 71 11 etra-hts. 414 7 71
20sleers..l041 I 71
- t aniiTH rtAKO'rA. ' " l; ,
1 4tera..ll4 7 40 19 teedera.1119 I M
14 feedera. 111! I M loows..! Ill I 70
17 steers.. 714 t 90 ., 9 hellers. 791 I 71
Hoga Th market waa In many respects
a repetition of Wednesday'a. On eafllr
younda values ' wsra air of n dime higher
In sympathy with similar advaneea at ether
polota. gnd later on' d goid many aalea
wsra as much aa' 166 . Higher, the general
marketing being fully 10V15O up.
' Shipping grades were anyway 10a higher.
Am waa tha case' yeaterday there were no
' real choice hogs on offer. 14, piece of
load brought the day'a -too 19.46. with
. fall load at 19.40.;- but something real de
sirable would have brought 94.70, ,or poo
allilv 91.71. had It been here.
Movement starts aarly and avsrythlng
waa oteaned up -by ' I o'clock. ' Hulk ef
ine offerlnia aoid at ll.4altl.6l, with
piece of a load as high aa 99.01. Frlcea
are now Just about where they were Mon
day. October I,, which waa the Bret day of
the -big drbu that took prices down almoat
91 40 the nrat half of that week. So far
thla week there had been an . advance of
fully loe, but the market la still la the
neighborhood of 11.11 lower than at the klgh
- time. ., ,
; Sh. Pr.
10 II 00
744 I 19
No. Av, h. Pr.
II. .184 ... 99 91
24. .11 ... I 40
, 10.. 114 40 I 10
41...22! 141 1 II
' Slei YMtMiiay'i medert run of hP
Unit UmtMi was followed by liberal 4nt
today. Jtrrtvali wn 131 our, or about
U.ooo haL It bttiui tha faeavtcit Thunda
,run of tha aaaaon. Tar tha four dayi tha
feum,. Ii 11MU hud. aa aaalnut iat.ni
taet wak, lei.l&l two waoko ago and 114.111
tk yr in.
Pticaa paM hart ywtarday war t. .ay oat
of Ho with Cfcto, and whlla tha Windy
City roportod a ood, ataady markat thla
: mornlnc. thera raa a mlahty drarvy tona
to tha joeal trad. Bait mada during th
aarlr cart f tha day wara. howaver, about
toady. There waa conatderabta unavannaan
to tha tradN. aoma at off looking, If anything.
trongar, whlla In apou a weaker tendency
waa noted, h atring of weighty' Colorado
tamha touched 11 0.10, whlla other atuB
landed around- It.lfttfU.OO, Tha beat of
tha oiTeringo wero heavy, and on thla ao
count It waa hot expected that tha top would
be aa high aa yeaterday'a. Feeder buyara
ueemed uncertain aa to -what their eouraa
Jihould'ha and llttla actual buatneai waa
dona early in tha day.
Up to noon tha trade, whlla draggy, waa
about ateaay ao rar aa lamoa were opn
(wrnad, Feadara found real dealrabla lam be
ooraDaratlvely scarce and whlla mornlna
aaleg ware called steady nothing saJd abovt
! , ana sales that high were rare. Qual
Ity of 'moat of tha offerings ran from fair
on down and In rtew of this tt waa not
surprising that whlla demand was good for
. a Thursday, arjlte a bit of stuff waa ear
lied Into tha afternoon, Borne of tha killer
lambfl ware alao still unsold at noon. Hera,
t too, thera was nothing toppy, tha beat lmo.be
aa to fleeh having tha drawback of too
mum weight. - -.
Kare.rini-n m m nf fg. t ten mm tin
t ehangiid. Quite a few of the pretty good
ewes sold around , and whlla T,0 waa
net given for anythina: Itwas nominally
quoted lor a dealrabla kind. Quits a few
. reer snees were otrerei, only a rew
! which found buyara during tha forenoon.
Tha tendacy seemed to be toward lower
prlcaa for feeding and breeding stock and
thla waa not aurprtaing, as some sort of
reaction waa to be eipected After tha abarp
upturn uu nrei nan oi ma ween.
Quotatlena on sheep and lam be: Laihba,
coca ta cnoice. f i.ou v.s.zo; lamba. tair
good. ll.7wOlf.0O; lamba, feeders. -).
10.00'. yearltnga. good to choice, IT. .041.0.,
raniDi, iem w awu, it.uwv i.ew; year1
nogs, feeders, 9s.oo7.ia: wetners. fair
choice, $.lO0T.7i; awe, good to cholca.
.7(.7.oa; ewea, tair to gooa, .T6gt.7i
awaa. plain to cuiio. .oee.-t; awes,
lug. 4.tofl.lt; ewea, breeders, alt
let 6 Off.
RepreaentattTa aaJaat . - -Xa.
13K Kabraaka breeding awea. $
341 Nebraaka feeding lambs.... 4
tfi Monuna lambs 7a
1314 Montana feeder tamha...... 44
18a Montana ' feeder lamba...... 14
- i Montana feeder lambs. 4(
1o Wyoming feeding yearlings 11
is M Wyoming yaarlinga ....... U
At nativa lamba ,,. 40
JT natlto brdtng awes..,.V..lir 1 1 t
X1t a. D. feedln lamba. ,t. tt . ,
- 718, t. feeding Uinta. ..v.. 47 J t
Set . X. faedlng Umbo...... tf I
1 7 4 S. D. feeding Umbe f .
, i76 a. r.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Weak, Hag. II liber and Steep steady.
Chicago. Oct. lt.-Cattle Receipt.. 1.100
head; market cloaed weak, with blda 249
90c lower on beat trade.; native beef cattle,
94.4Otrll.0O: weatern .teera, 94.1064.19:
Blockers and feedera, 4.Ttf.TI; oowb and
helfera. 410 tf 4.80 ; calve.. I7.2ICU.40.
Hog. Receipt.. 11.000 head: market a v.
eraged 10c hluher; cloeed weak: bulk of
ale.. I. (Gttl0.lt; light, 94. 11914.21;
nixed. 49.40tjlO.SJ: heavy, 44.94ei4.29:
rough. 3SC.; Pig.. 7.25t?OIO.
Sheep and Lamba Receipts, 14,000 head;
market steady to stronger; wethers, $6.40
I. 30; lambs, 17.60910.14.
St. Leuls Lire Hbnjk Market. i
fit. Louis. Oct H.-Cattle Receipts, 4,400
head; market steady; native beef steers.
97. 60Cyll. 00; yearling steers and heifers,
II. tot) 10.44; cows and heifers. 16.40617.40;
stockers and feeders, 96.1007.40; prime
southern steers, 98.00$4.00: cows and heif
ers, 94.60 1 7.60; prime yearling eteera and
helfera, 97.60tfl.ftO; native . calvea, 94.041?
Hogs Receipts, 8.000 head: market high
lights, 44.90flol0.KJ; pigs, SB.tv.iu;
Ised and butchers. Il.70trl0.46; good
heavy, 110.10 10.40 ; bulk of salee. IllOtf
Sheep and Lambs-Rccelpts. 2l.ono need;
market steady; lambs. 97.00tpl0.40; slaugh
ter ewes. I6.00Q)7.26; bleating -awes, IS. 90$
yearlings, n.oowt.lb: ewes,
Kansas City Lire Stock Market.
Kenae. City. Oct. 12, Cattle Receipts.
000 head; market strong; prime fed
steers, 9l.60vll.0O; dressed beef steers.
OOdtl.21: western steers. te.Zitaet.zo
cows. 14. 6007. 28: heifers. 48.0001 40: Block
ers and (eeders, I6.50wl.00; bulla, 16.00
20: COIVM, tft.onn ii.uu.
Hogs Reelpts. 8,000 head ; market
higher; bulk of sales. t. 8010. 06; heavy,
74210.14: packers ana butcners. ii.wo
16: llrhte. I8.60ai0.16l nlss. I8.76AI.S6.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 10,000 head;
market lower: lambs, is. 75tPlo.su: year-
gs. 47.60 1.26; wethers, 17.0097,76; ewei,
4am City Uve Stock Market.
Sioux City, Ia Oct. 12. battle Receipts,
.000 head: market steady; beef steers,
l6.4OSKl.0O; butchers, 96.2606.66; csnnera,
94.00&6.0O; Blockers and feedera, 94.500
40; bulls, slags, etc.. 46.0006.10; reeding
cows and heifers, 96.1001.60.
Hoge-rRecetpts, 2,000 head; market 150
20c higher; light, 41.3009.40; mixed, 940
1.46; heavy, 91.4609.40; balk of Bales,
Sheep and. Lambs Receipts, 600. '
' St Jeeaph Uvo Stock Market, ' '
St. Joseph, Oct. II. Cattle Receipts,
400 head; market ateady to-etrong; steers,
44.60 0 10.00; cows and helfera, 41.60 0 10.00;
Hogs Rscelpts, 4.800 nead; market lev
16o higher; top, 110.00; bulk of Bales, 99.66
Sheep and Lambs Renetpta; d.000 head;
market stsady to atrong; lambs, 49.600
10.16; owes, 11.1607.16. .
' Uvs Stack la Sight.
Receipts of HVs stock at the five principal
weatern markets yeaterday.
, cattle, - nogs, nneep.
Kansaa City 4.004 , 1,000 10,000
Chicago'.... 7.400 22,000 14,000
Omaha t, too s, too se.voo
St. LOUIS...... 4,100 ,000 21,000
Sloua City.' 4,000 . 2,000 . loft
..Il.ioo ' 41,100 11,100
OMAHA OENCKAs. alABKET.
Autter-eNa. 1 - oroanarr. In eat-long .1
tuho. 1401 No 1. 12a -
Poultry Hens: over l leg., not onaer t
lbs.. HMO. Broilers, 114 to I lbs., Jlo;
springe, over I lbs., lie! roosters. Uol geese,
full feathered, fat, 12c; young and old
ducka, full feathered, fat, lloi turkeys, any
alsa ovsr I lbs., 24o; turkeys, h less than I
lbs., half piicet eapone, l loa. ana over see;
poultry, poor and thin, not wanted; guineas,
each. Hot guineas, young, aaeh, lie. Squabs:
Hemare, 14 os. sach, doa.. 14.00; 13 os. each.
doa., 48.10; 1 OS. each, doa,, 91.10; under 9
Oa. each, doa., loo. Pigeons, dos,, 91.00. '
tteMae uuutstluna oi uriau at uu.
Cheeae .Imported Swlaa, 44o: dotnastle
dwtas, 9lo; block Swiss, lOol twin oheeae,
llo; triplet., lltta; daisies. 11 Mo; young
Amorloa, not uiuo iadoi oncv, .so; nm.
bargor, lloi Now York white. IWi RoaaforL
Boot cuts rtiba, no, i, lino; no. i, io;
No. I, llo. loins, No. 1, llo; Mo, I,, llo; No.
14a unuess, NO. l, lino; no, s, si,o;
No. 4c. Rounds. No. 1. 16140; No. 1, llo;
NO I 120, riaiee, svo.,a, vgui na e.
tto; No. I, lo.
Ovatera "King Cols" Chesaneako stand-
arwa. arallon, 91.90; large can, llo; small oan,
flo. ''sting l!0 unesapaaks asieots. gallon,
11.44: large nana. I.ei small oana, !6d
'King cols' nortnern gtanaaroa, gallon.
It. .At laraa oana. 40oi amall oana. llo.
"King Colo" northern ealeots, gallon. II.OOi
largo oan, eso; amail uan. .vo. e.ing .uie
northern oounta, gallon. Itllt largo can,
son, small ean. llo.
rlan Plks. fancy oeessea, nortnern aiooa,
, la., llo. Halibut bright ateamar stock,
tr lh.. llo.1 Bullheada, fanoy northern, per
IV..J6 . Plokerel. fanoy aressea, llo. uaf
fieh. larae or amall. per lb.. 170. Sainton,
re4, .per In,, .140. Salmon, fall, per lb., llo.
Whtteftah. northern .took, . per lb., 16o,
Trout. . sloag. to gull, par lb., lla Black
bees, ordsr slsa, per lb., llo; odd si sea, par
lb llo, Haadjeaa ahrlmp, per 'gallon, 91.16.
.led, aehrlmD. Per gallon, 11,11.- Ktpered
amlman. 10 lb. baakst, per lb., 170,- smoked
wklteflsh (ehubal lo in. nasaeu par 10, no.
' CraitbaValaa Barrllg 19.01 bbLT soioa.
s, va tw... . .
, NuloCallfomlB'No. I walnuu. Iluo.b,
allsoellaneoua--raokrjaoa. dwrupuks and
heckera.-aaao. 1160: half oases, II 711 pea-
lute. Special Mo. 1. lb.. 4lo; Jumbo peg.
nuta is; popcorn, oaoa, ss.ee; sonar, new
loa, f.la,, . .- iv. -t ....
'' v Oaa. Hag Markat.'-'
rtm.h.. net. "1 2. Prairie Hay Choice up
land, iio.ootio.60; No. 1, ii.oovi.io: no.
I7.60vI.0O; NO. 8,. ve.ouwl.evi miuiano,
No I, ll.ioeilo; No. 3. I7.oovl.oo; low
land, No. 1, I8.00v1.l0l No. I, lt.004ll.04;
No. I, I8.00V4.O0., . '
Altalta I noioe, fieww; io. i, eia.v.w
II, M; standard. 19.60010.40; No. I, ll.oov
1.00; No. I, 9I.4048.00.. - ; '
Straw oat. ia.oov4.se; 'wneaa, se.vev
.l.. ' I" ..' ,,''.; '
I.' Br.pat.4a4 Applea aad Dried Fruit. '
New Tork. 6ft. It. Bvaporated Apples-
Quiet; fanoy, IHvlo: choice. 4o; prims,
iH4m. - ;
Dried Fruits rrunes. sirono. au.wni..,
taaltue; Oreaons. Tttllc. Aprloots, firm;
choloe, 12c; extra rholca, 14o; fancy, 14Ho-
Peachea, quiet, cnoice, sho: exire onoice,
7o; fancy, 10. Raisins, firm; loose Muse
tela. ?Kv6t,o; choice fancy ssedsd, !
IHe: ssedless, 10Htlo; London laysru.
11.74., : .........
. OU and Hoala. .
aavann.h. Oa.. Oct. 11 Turpentine
Firm, 44HC aalea, 210 bbla.; receipts. 426;
ahlpmsnU 111; stock, 14.146.
Rosin Firm; sales. 1.821 noia. ; receipis,
1,711; shipments, 660; stock, 11,117. quo
tations: A, B, 44.02 ; C D, 14.06; B. 94.14;
C, a, 44.10; II, I, 9l.16tr4.90: K, 9410:
U, N, 94.12 11 WO, 94.10; WW, 14.11.
.'' ',' ''. - CWoaat. P red ore Market
Chicago. Oct. 12, Ffttttar Unohanged.
- Bsr, Recelpta, 1,111 cases; market un-
PotAoee Hlghari receipt. 40 oars; Min
nesota and Dakota white, 11 1091. 10; Min
nesota and Dakota Ohlos, 11.100 1.30; Wis
ooneln and Michigan white. 91.06 1J1.I0,
Poultry Alive, unchangea. . .
i Omaha Him ao. lallew Markat.
tjuotatlona rurnlaha. by Bolloa Rogsra.
Ill South Thirteenth street; -Hideo
O. S.1 No. 1. llVtO! No. I, l'Ho
OreoD No. 1. llVIo: No. 1. HleO. O. 8.
bullet - No. I,1 160! 8 l.teo. treecone,
each, 11.21. Horaei No. 1, ,86.641 No. 1.
94.40, Ponieo. sj.ev. oneep raw tars
1.26v7lc: medium to small, 764360.
Tallow No. X. 10 i No. 9. la, . '
.. . : lireraoel Colto. Market, '
Mverpol, Oct. ' II Cotton Spot,
ll.lldl middling, 10.166; low
1. 114. Salaa, 1,040 bales.
Sons of Veterans Make
. .. New Date for Banquet
Th banquet ' whicli the' Gentril
Charles r. Msnaerion ro no. i.
Snna at Veter.ni. intended to give on
October 12 has been postponed until
ufeHnead.v evening. October 25. on
account of the inability- of L. W.
Hague, divifion commander, .to at
AH tickets that have been sold will
be good tor that time, yuite a num
ber of prominent speakers will re
annnd to the various toasts and
nlendid time is expected by all.
Every son of a veteran is eligible to
mxmberthip, snd can, if he desires,
mend the banquet Tickets can be
secured by calling on the secretary,
.. KtlCUCr, DCC DUUQUlg. ,
Hughes Has Entered Into Ko
Understandings,' but Will
Maintain American Rights.
"MAN OT PEACE," HE AVEES
Charleston, ,W. Va " Oct. 12.
Charles E Hug'uea. in his twelve-iiour
campaign rtmr through West Vir
ginia, yesterday outlined before au
diences his policy toward the main
tenance of American rights, declared
that in stating his Hand he had'no
agreement with anvbody," and re
ferred to the United States as being
"before the world, a great neutral
nation to- vindicate the integrity of in
ternational law, and the rights of neu
trals." To an audience at Parkers
burg, Mr. Hughes laid:
"t stand for the development t tht
American nation, according to the
genius pf its institutions; for the
honor of our country in the protec
tion of American citizens, and, with
respect to every American right on
land and sea. for Us firm enforce
ment. ' " ,. ' '
For American Rights.
"We are before the world, a great
neutral nation, to vindicate the integ
lity of international law, the rights ol
ueturals, and I stand unflinchingly
for the maintenance of the rights of
American citizens with respect to life.
property and commerce.
- In repeating tnese statements nere
loniifht the nominee coupled them
with a statement made earlier in the
day before an audience at Parkers-
I have no understanaings, no agree
ments, no intrigues with anybouy.
he said. "But I stand for the inter
ests of the United itates and the pro
tection OI "lIIlOMtnil IIVC9. -nine, H.B.II
property and American commerce
throughout the world."
r- ' Hearer Puts Question,
A man in the Huntington audience
shouted to Mr. Hughes: "What about
the Virginia debt case? ,
"The Virginia debt, sir, is a matter,
replied Mr. Hughes quickly, "to which
the suoreme couft of the United
States gaVe its best consideration, a
decision which you and everybody
else ought to respect." . '
A roar ot applause greeted this
"We arc dealing with the record of
the present administration," Mr.
Hughes said. - "When that adminis-cration's-record
ib examined, its de-
tenders -seem to protest as though it
were a subject jvhich should not be
critically analyzed. We cannot make
progress m that way.
. A Man of Peace,
"I desi.e to consider some, of the
actions which have been taken in or
der that we may make a fair estimate.
The other day it was said that the al
ternative of the present policy of the
administration was war, that any one
wno urucrtooK to criticize mat action
must necessarily favor war. 1 4m
a man of peace, and it is because 1
desire to see American peace safe
guarded that I insist upon a firm and
unflinching maintenance of American
,'ights and such policies as will de
serve and hold the esteem of the en
"The policy of a sound enforcement
of known rights is, not a policy of
war. It is a policy of security, ot
self-respect. When this nation for
gets the dignity of its own citizenship,
and the rights of its own citizens, it
will enter upon a period of decadence,
will invite insults; and will surely enJ
in overwhelming disaster..
: Must Be Done. ,
"No party can stand before the
American people and say that it will
not maintain American rights, and I
propose that this shall not simply be
said, but that it shall be done.
"During the last three years and
a half we have had ample opportunity
to estimate words and actions. The
exeeutive, by his unofficial spokes
man, sent word to the man whom he
refused to recognize as at the head
of the government of Mexico, not
simply that he would not be recog
nized, but that he must get out or he
would be put out.
"That was a threat of war: nothing
else. It was an indefensible act of
war. ror a while the executive in
his sounj discretion could recognize
or refuse to recognize Huerta as he
pleased, according to his judgment ol
the stability oi that government, ana
its ability'to perform, its duties. Un
der international law he had no au
thority to engage in a personal war
upon the man who happened to be at
the head ot the only government
Mr. Hughes reviewed American re
lations with Mexico since Huerta's
time. The nominee declared that the
administration's policy bad been one
of intermittent war. .
"When we summoned the entire
National Guard to our border what
condition was that, a condition of
peace or a condition of war?" he
asked. "The judge advocate of the
army has given his opinion that it
was a condition of war. -. Now, I am
not going into a .recital of the sec
onds, but I merely say this: That
you might be willing to see anarchy
you might be willing to give over
our citizens and their property to the
ravages tof military robbers; you
might be willing to see spasmodic and
ineffectual intervention; you may be
able to do all that,' but do not say
that your policy is a policy of peace,
when it has been a policy of inter
mittent peace without . honor, and in
termittent war without honor.
Desires to Serve People. - .
"We are living In a time when
American prosperity, American rights
and the sense of the necessity of pre
serving the principles of our institu
tions are at stake in the issues of this
campaign. And I desire to serve not
this s(, nor that set, but the people
of the United States at this period."
Mr. Hughei read the .democratic
platform plank of 1912 declaring for
the protection of American rights.
"That is what the democratic party
was elected on" he! said, "and they
had no right to desert that policy
upon which they promised faithfully
to stand. -
- "We want peace; we want peace
that is honorable, peace that squares
with the dignity of American man
hood. We can have that sort of peace
a great deal easier than we can have
the other sort of peace which barters
cowardly the self-respect of the na
tion." " '
The nominee leaned forward and
asked the audience whether the ad
ministration's "threat to put Huerta
out" was a policy of peace or a policy
of war. - -
"War," shouted a half dozen voices
from the crowd. Scores in the audi
ence echoed the word. Thejr voices
were drowned in the cheering that
followed. . -
"What about the embargo on
arms; shouted anotner man. leu
us about that. . "
"Yes, 1 11 tell you about that, tnc
nominee replied. 'The administration
put an embargo on arms, then took it
oft, then put it on xga'm, then stopped
it once more, and arms were going to
this bandit and that bandit with the
result that the American soldiers slain
in Mexico were slain with American
"I am a man of oeace." Mr. Hughes
added. "And I stand for American
ritrhts. but 1 am not in favor of risk
ing American lives to satisfy the per
sonal dislike ot a certain man. i ao
not believe that the American flag
is- a symbol to beckon Americans
home, but should he a symbol of pro
tection to them wherever they are."
Claim to Be Champs -
In Base Ball Playing
Lincoln. Neb.. Oct. 12. The Lin
coln Cleaning and Dye Works Base
Ball team today laid claim to the Na
tional Amateur Base Ball association
championship of America. The team
was scheduled to meet the Cleveland
Mavs next Sunday at Cleveland to
decide the championship, but word ;
came that the Cleveland team had de-1
The Lincoln team won the cham
pionship of the west and south and
was to contest the championship of
the country with Cleveland, the win
ner of the esst
' ' Liverpool Grain Market.
Liverpool. Oct. 12. Wheat Spot No. 1
Manitoba. 16a 4d; No. 3 red western winter,
Corn Spot American jnlxed. new, lis.
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SINGLE G DEFEATS
"Pop1 Oeers' Mount Carries
Tree-for-All Honors in
BEN EARL CLOSE BEHIND
Lexington," Ky.; Oct 12. Single
G., with "Pop"- Geers up, won a popu
lar victory in- the free-for-all pace
at the Kentucky Trotting Horse
Breeders' association meeting here
yesterday, but not until four heats had
been paced, Ben Earl winning the first
heat and Hal Boy the second, each
in 2:0154. Geers brought Single G.
from behind in the third and fourth
heats and won- in 2:03 and 2:02'2,
Worthy Volo won the two-year-old
trot, though Harvest Gale took
the second heat. The time for the
three heats. 2:11, 2:07Vt and 2:10M,
is the record for a three-heat, tjvo-year-old
trotting race. ,"
Miss Harris M driven by .McDon
ald, captured the Cumberland stake
for 2:05 pacers irt straight heats.
The pacing futurity was easy for
Si Bimren. who took two straight
heats. The 2:15 pace, unfinished from
Tuesday, was won by Queen Hal,
which had won two heats when dark
ness Tuesday forced continuance of
the race over night.
Ross B. won the 2:05 trot, but
onlv after a nose finish in the second
heat, with Murphy behind Azora Ax
worthy, hustling him to tne last men.
First race. 2:15 pace; 9 In 1, purse 91-
(three heals Tuesday):
Queen Hal, ro. m.,
by Gold Hal,
Fiaron Wood. br. h. (Flemlnf); 4 2
nprlns ,Mald. eh. m. (White)... 11 I I
ILevo De Oro. Ma.lor A.. Colonel Hedse
wood, the Aul and A1 McKlnney, also ran.
Time, 3:wfls, a:'s. s:wee. s:o,'a.
Second race, the Cumberlajid; 2:04 pace,
1 In 4. value 93,004:
mi.- Ma ..I. M h m . ttv Peter . The
Oreat (McDonald,) 1 1 'l
White Box, b. m. (Durfee), 2 2 2
Ooldle C.. b. m. (Valentine). .......7 4 2
- Sayde Denamore, Pre. Russell, The 8a-
"OMAHA'S FUN CENTER."
LAST TIMES TODAY I'm
Billy Watson's Beef Trust
Toaaorrow (Saturdagr), Mat. and Weak
JACK JOT CO H WAY
Ladles' Dlnw Matinee Every Week Day.
A aaa Little aau . .nnk 'Taonao
THE LAND O" LIZARDS."
A Starr of netted Ufa lot the Oeld
also ran. Time.
2:0-4. ".M'i. 2:03i.
Third race. Free-for-Ail pace:
2 In 1
Slnale G., b. h.. by Anderson
Wllkaa (Oeers), ..: 4 4 1-1
Ben Earl, b. g. (Chllds) 1 2 2 2
Hal Boy, b. h. (McMahon) S 10 1
Itraden Direct, Russell Boy. noan ji.
Anna Bradford, also ran. Time, j:m.
1:01,. 2:0214, 1:0-V ' .
Fourth raoe. pacing futurity; three-year-olds,
2 In 1. purse 9200
31s Blnren. bin. f.. by Blnsen (Mur
phy) ? I
The Aim, br. c. (McMuhon) 2 s
ttriwartl P h. C. (McLiOIia Q) '
Tlmo. 2:07, Z:14. . '
Fifth race. 2:06 trot: 2 in 1. purse 91,200:
Roee-H.. b. a., by Petronlue, (Wright), 1 1
Azora Axworthy ,b. m. (Murphy), ,...2
Joan. b. m. M-Devltt)
Zombro Clay, Esperauza, aieo ran.
Sixth rifce, two-year-old trot; 2 in 3.
Worthy Volo, ch. h., by Axworthy
(McDonald) 1 2 1
Harvest Gale, br. f. (Cox), I 1 2
Bertha McGUIre, b. r. (AcKerman,, o
Mary Magowan, Buck Watts and Toddy
S., also ran. Time, 2:11!,. 2:07H, 2:10.
To beat 2:10 trolling:
Alma Forbes, br. nv, by J. Malcolm Forbes
(AckermanJ. won. Time, 2:071a.
To beat 2:0944 trotting:
Hob Nob (4), b. 1. by Sllllto (Ramey
Macey). won. Time, 2:0814.
To beat t:lOa pacing:
Ashlook, . h.. by Ashland (Grossman),
won. Time, 2:07. .
Cited for Criticism
Ponca, N'eb., -Oct. 12. (Special Tel
egram.) W. J. L. Crank of Denve
addressed a large and enthusiastic au
dience at the opera house last night.
He took the democratic plartform of
1912, and read from it, showmg the
violations rvf thr olatform.
Mr. Crank said, 'I will not critcize
them.i but'will read vou what Cham
riarW. Senator Vardaraan, Senator
Tillman. Congressman Sisson, Con-
eressman Martine, Congressman fits
gcrald, all leading democrats now in
rnntrress saidr- I could not and would
np say one-half the harsh things they
He dwelt upon the conditions that
confront this nation when the war is
overi He presented the real facts in
reference to the Mexican oolicy.
showing that the trouble now and fof
the last two years' has been the re
sult of a lack of statesmanship in
handling the situation
The address was well received and
did much good for the republican
Opim 2 ta tl Dally.
VALES KA SURATT
THE STRAIGHT WAY
and Auto Zombro,
Kennedy Keeps on
With Campaign m
, York and Hamilton
Aurora, cu uu. . ,
With the Aurora Brass band lead- I
ing the way with a replica of patri-
I anA aecom-'
otic anu uy"11 iui.vo, - r-
:a t... a.,er1 automobile loads
of 'citizens' from York and Hamilton
counties, headed by county canamaiy
under the leaaersliip oi rrann
crtnn and W. I. Farley of Aurora..
and State Senator C. E. Sandall of ;
York, the campaign, tor rcpiiDitcan
ism was carried on Monady and
Tuesday by John L. Kennedy 6f
Omaha, republican; candidate tor
UnitcdNStates senator, wno oenvmu
speeches in Waco, York, Hampton, i
Bradshaw, Aurora, Marquette and ;
Hordville. " Mr. Sandal! spoke briefly ;
at each stop on the issues of the
state campaign, and both speakers
were introduced by Mr. Edgerton.
Good crowds were met all along the
line and much enthusiasm Vas mani
fested by the audiences.
Osceola, Neu, Uct. li. lapeciai.;
-A crowd that filled the district
... .t,r lact mo-lit. heard )
John L. Kennedyof Omaha, deliver
an address of constructive suggestions
on leading problems, and great en-
tnusiasm was manucsicu. i.wu'j
lHnrn, 17 -1. Kintr "resided and
introduced Mr. Kennedy,
Soldiers and Police
Battle in Calgary;
City in Mob Hands
" Calgary, Alberta, Oct! 12. A
pitched .battle between soldiers and
police occurred here tonight, during
which many shots were fired and the
barracks of the mounted police were
wrecked and set on fire. One soldier
is known to have ' been seriously
wounded. The city virtually is in the
hands of the soldier mob. .
London Financial Market.
London, Oct. 12. Silver Bar, 32 S-114
per ounce. ' .
Money 4 H per cent.
Discount Rales Short hills, 4ttSH per
cent; three months, 614 8544 per cent.-
, . Concert Co,
Ably assisted by Miss Marie
Jackman, Soprano; Marguerite
Boyd, Mezzo-Soprano, will give
an excellent entertainment
Tonight at the
First Presbyterian Church
26th antl J Sts., South Omaha
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