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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1916.
Cash Market Takes Sharp Bise
When Active Demand Eats
Light Receipts. ! ,
COEN SELLS VERY WELL
Omsha. Nov. I. ItH.
I.llht teeelete unci an active cash In
quiry forced another ehan rise In the caen
fralD market. The advene. In wMl ana
com waa the larsesl, wheat rullns trom
Jo to 4c hliiher end com from lc to Ir
above veeterday's everaae orico. Itinera
wer In the market tor durum wheat ana
In ran Inetance paid kl preralume for
choice milling wheat.
The hard winter variety, however, nnld
very readily, and the No. 2 trade brought
around l.uell.54. while the three hard
ranted from l.ll.4, with th. bulk
oln, at ll ll . .
There wee net much off frede wheat
on the tablea and the No. , trade aold
from 11.71 to and the sample at
about II. II. .
The caeh trade In corn wae very tood
and the bulk of the recelpta. which were
In theNo. I trade, eold from lOeJMtie.
Tellow com waa In good at about a cent
premium, the yellow eelllnt up to flttc
while the white and mlied corn of the
aame grade aold at 0 lie.
Oat were rather alow, and although the
run waa good, there were only a few aetee
reported up to noon. The market, however,
waa about w to lo higher, with the bulk
f the aamplea aelllng at i2tMc.
There waa a fairly good run of rye and
oil ley, but the trade In (h cereal we
very alow, (he rye- market being quoted
nominally one cent lower and barley nom
inally unchanged tn fc hither.
Liverpool clone: Wheat, unchanged; torn,
Primary wheat receipt were I.IM.SM
bueheia and ahtpmenU M1,00 nuahela,
atalnat raoelpli of l.n,n buehele and
hlpmenta of l,:ie,oee bushels leet year.
Primary corn recelpta were 113.008 bush
oli and ahlpmenta 111. 000 buehele, atalnet
receipt! of 1112,000 buehele and ahlpmenta of
Zel.eee buehele laat' year. .
Primary oaU rocelpte were TaMOv bueh
le and ahlpmenta l.all.ooo buehele, atalnat
receipt of 111,000 buehele and ehipmenta
of 1, 131,100 buiheta llet year, , ( r
Wheat- corn. ttate.
Omaha .....,.... II
Kaneaa City .....144
8t. Lout i '
Wlnlpeg ....... ...171
Wheat Theae aalea. were reported today:
No. 1 hard winter! 1 car, II. lit. No. I
hard winter: I rare, 11.11;,? earn, II Hi
1 car, 11.14. No. I hard winter: I ear,
1.14: t car, tl.lltt; I nara, 11.11; 1 4-1
cara, tl.lt; 1 ear, 11.11. No. 4 hard winter:
1 car, II. IS I car, 11.11: I can, II. 71.
Sample hard winter: I cara, 11.71. No. 4
print: 1-1 car, 11.11. No. I durum: l-l
car, 11.11. No; I durum: l-l car, 11.11.
No. 4 durum: 1 car (light) 11.10. No. I
mired: I eara, ll.lt. No. 4 miaed: t oar,
11.71. lemplo mlied: 1 car, 11.71
Com No, I white: I ear (new and old),
lie; 1 ear, Mteei bar. He. No. I yel
low: 1 rer, II Ho; I care. Ho; I eara, 10 He.
No. 4 yellow: I cara, Mt,ii 1 car; loe. No.
i yellow: 1 car: lettc.' No. 1 mixed! -l
car. He. No. I mlied i' l-l car. Ho. No.
I mixed: I e'. Ho; I car. lotto; I oar,
0r. No, 4 mixed: 1 oar, too,
Oata No, I white: 1 car, II ,. Stand
ard: I cara, lie. Ni, I white: I cere, 6 to;
i car, il,es I carl tluc. No. 4 white:
1 car, lllsoi I car, 41c Sample white: I
car, lie; 1.1 car. lute
Caah Price wheat: NO. I hard, Il.tIO
Mitt; No. I hard, 11.1101.14; No. 4 hard,
Il.7ltyl.l3: No. aprlng, l.ietUI; No. I
aprlnt, ll.70Ol.ll; No. I durum, 11. sit)
Ml: No. I durum, ll ll II. Cora: No.
I white, lOtteile! no. I white, IIHO
OHc; No. 4 white, lltyllc: No. I white,
17 tjHe ; No. I white, lyl7o; No, I yel
low, HCHHo; No. I yellow, lOtjtln; No. 4
yellow, ll4IOHe: No. I yellow, M0c;
No. I yellow l7Hfllo; No: I mixed, fOUj
HHe; No.' I mixed, lltteile; No. 4
mixed, MtllU; No, I mixed, nolle! No. t
mixed, l7llo. Oata: No. I white, 130
63'io; standard, llHOlic; No. I white, la
Ollc; No. 4 while, IStUlaC Oarley;
M'HIng, ll.M01.lt; No. 1 feed, 7Olaa.
Hyo: No. I, 11.1101. 40; No. I, 111, Ol.ll.
' Omaha Future.
The future eltuailon wae very etrong to
day and opening prloea on all eereale were
higher. The exporta tnue far thle week
have totaled 1,000,000 buehele, with about
TlO.oot bushel of thlt amount eold la the
local pit. . ' ,
The government report, which camo out
yeeterday, applied mainly to corn and waa
generally regarded by the trade aa bulllaM,
and today rtee In flora la probably due
lo thle report
Trading In wheat e,t the cUa wae rather
heavy la . the local pit, with prlee en
December fleeing about So higher and le
up on the May.
Corn eloeed Mrong around th high marh
of the day, while oata were firm, December
ruling I He higher and May Ho higher than
the opening Quotttlono. , ,J '.;
i.oca! range or optional
' i ml'
-17 M 17
' eTIel It,
Chicago oloelnt prlrea, furnlehed The Bee
or iAtan at Bryan, oiock and gram brokers.
sis eouin maceentn etreet. umaha
Art Open. High. Low. Cloae, ITea y
Wht I 1 T
Dec I I7H i MS 117 1 It int.
May 1 Ittttt 1 lift 111 , 2t lit
July 1 14 ti I Ilia lit I llllltlU
Corn. ' . 1 .
Dwe. 11(4014 J lilt 1114 . It IIS
May IHo 01 to . HV,
July II ,11 II . I3k o
Oata. ; ,
Dmv. 114,0 II 11 l II
May UO'li 'lift llIIKO 41
Jaa. It II It It . It tl ft 31 II
May It 41 II It It 40 II It 31 47
Deo. 1171 17 17 It II lt'M II Tl
Jan. 11 71 It II 11 70 II It 11 17
Jan. II 7 14 11 14 16 1431 14 tl
CHICAUU CHAIN MABKKT.
MKW YORK GENKKAL MABKET.
Quota tloae of the Day en VarUue ladlag
New Turk Knv a plfur Rtronter: aprlnt
patente. ll.iiOt.70: winter patenta, II.70O
l.tt; winter etralthta. l. 3SOI. 10.
Wheat Spot, etronf; No. 1 durum.
12.37; No. 3 hard, 13.01: No. 1 norlhern
Duluth, 13.12: No. 1 northern Manitoba,
3.15. t. o. b. New Terk.
v Corn foot, etront; No. z yeuow, vi.iv-m,
. I. . New. Tork.
Oata strong; atandard, ll0Hc.
Hay Finn. '
Hope Steady; atale, 11. 41031c.
Provtelone Pork, firm: beef, quiet; family.
I32.00O34.00. Ird. etront; middle west
17.10017.10. Tallow, ateady.
OMAHA UENRHAi, MARKET,
Button No. 1 creamery, la cartont or
tube. i;c; No. I, lie,
Cheeej quotatlone by Urlau Co.:
C'heex Imported Swlae. 10c: domeatl:
Swlea, 10c; block Swlee. 82c twin cbeeee,
24c; trlplete, S4c; dalelee, 21c; youitt
America, 34r; Blue lbel brick, 24c: llm
berger, 31c; New Tork white, 24e; Hoque-
Oyetere "Klnt Cole" Cheeapeake stand-
arde, tellon, 91.41; large cane, 31c: email
cane, 22c "King Cole" Cheeapeake He.
lecte, gallon, 11.71: larte cane. IRr: email
cana, 21c "King Cote" Northern fltdanarde,
tellon, II. It; larte cane, lie; email oana.
3bc. "Klnt Cole" Norlhern Selecta, gallon,
11.10: large cana, 43o: email cana. Sic.
'King Cole" Northern counte. gallon, II. la;
larte cane. 4Nc; email oana, 29.
Celery Mammoth, per doxen, Tee. '
Floh Halibut, per lb., lto. Pike, fancy
dreeeed northern etock. per lb., 12o. Bull-
heada, fancy northern, per lb lee. flck.
erel, fancy dreeeed. per lb., 12c. Catflah,
large and aniall, per lb., tie. Salmon, red.
per lb.. 14c. Salmon, fall, per lb., 12c White-
fleh. northern alock. per lb... lie. Trout,
elaea to ault, per lb lie. Black Baaa. or
der alxo. 22o; odd alxea. 17c. New froaen
Whltefleh. fine Block, 12c. Headleeo snrimp,
per gallon, 11.21. Pteted Shrimp, per gal
lon, 11.71. Kippered Salmon. 10-lb. baaketa
per lb.. 17o, Smoked Whlteflah (chuba) 10-
. baaketa. per lb.. 14c.
Hene, 4 Iba. and up. ltc: under, lle:
eprlnta. He; rooetere, 11c; geeee, luc;
dtirka, 12o; turkeye, 14011c; Capona, 24c
Oulneae, each 21c; Oulneae, each, 30c;
equabe, Homere, per doxen, II.I0O4.00; plg-
enne, per doxen, 71, .
yruit and vegeublo pricea furniahea ay
Qillneky Prult Co. t
Fruit orantee: tea, 100a, 22e box, 4.eo;
121a, box, 11.21; ltOa. box. Ii.lt; 171a, Ilia,
box, ,11.71; 300a, 2lta, I'.Oa. box 11.00,
Lemona: Pnrtcy, box, 17.00: choice, box.
It. It. Crapefrult: Florida 31a, 41a box,
110; Florida lie, box, 11.00; Florida Ha,
lot, box, t.2i; Applea: York Impa. Va.,
bbl I4.lt; Ben Davla bbl., 13.10; wine
eapa, bbl., 14.00; Jonathan, box, 11.11: Jon-
thana 113a and larter, pox, 11,71. Orapeo:
Tokaya:, crate, 13.31; Kmperora orate.
13.10; Hmperorr keta, 14.10; Malagaa, ex
tra choice, keg, 11,00; Malagaa. fancy, keg,
I7.lt; llatagaa extra fancy, keg, tl.OO.
Peara: Btrtlotta. crate. 11.00; Kelfera, bu.i
Vegetable Potaloee: Market prlca.
Sweet polatoea: Virginia, bbl., 4.31; hamp-
l. 7. Honey; Hae, ex.. 13.74. cranber-
rle: bbl., 11.10: boxea, 13.10 Vetolabla:
Onlona. orate, 13.10; red or yellow, ib,, 3c;
tomatooa, lug., 13.00; cuke dot., II. It:
eabbaga,' lb., lo; rutabegoee lb., 2o;
celery, Michigan, dot., 40c; Colorado, do.,
Mlaoellaneoua Peanuta. Na, f raw. Ib.
Ic; roaat, lb., lot Jumbo, raw, lb., Ic; Jum
3.71; fit) oaae, II. Ot; No. t Kngltah wal
bor roaated, la, llo; , Drom. . date, oaae,
nuta, Ik., llo. : V
k ' Kanaaa City Grate Markat.
' Kanaat Cltr. Nov. Wheat No. I hard.
11.1401. tl! No. 1 red, II.I30I.II; Decem
ber, 11.14; May, 11.17.
corn No. I mixed, tiooie: No. I white.
tO'le; No. I yellow, 11 Olio; Decem
ber, lOIIo; May, 10 Olio.
oata No. I white, l4Oi3o: No. I
Butter creamery, !4o: flrate. e; geo.
onda, I0o; packing, 21c.
Kate Flrata, !4o.
Poultry Hena. llo: rooatera. 'llo:
,. St. Leula Urala Markat.
St. boula, Nov. t Wheat No. I red. 11.17
Ol.H; No. t hard. Il.toel.tl: December.
11.17; May. l.lt01.lt.
Corn No. t, 17c; No. I white, old, 11.11;
December, tto; May, llo.
oata Hither; track, No. I, llo; No. I
li, f, '
CHICAGO UVB STOCK MABKKT.
flrmi at . tv oak i Meep, Strang.
Chicago, Nov. t. Cattle Rocelpte, 1,000
head; market, firm. Native beef oattla, 17.10
O10.ll: weateca atoera, ll.70Oll.lt. atocker
and feeder, I4.I0OI.00; cowa and heifer,
IJ.TiOI.70; calvea, la.IOOil.tt,
Uoto Reoelpta, 11,000 head; market weak
at lOo advance above yeaterday'e average.
Bulk, li.liOl.il: light, li.iioi.il; mixed.
II.3IO10.00; heavy, ll.tlO10.3t; rough,
ll.liOI.H: plga, 11.7101.71.
Sheep and Lamb llecelpta, 11,000 nead:
market, atrong. Wethere. I7.7SOI.I0; twea,
ll.l0O7.7l; lamb,. l. too 11. 70.
LIVE ST0CK MARKET
Tat Cattle Strong: and Active,
feeders Steady Fat Sheep
; Strong: to Quarter Up.
HOGS FIVE TO TEN HIGHER
Rocelpte were: .
Official Mnmtav ....
Official Tuesday ...
katlmat Thureday .
Nov. I. II.
ratlle. Hota. Sheep.
t.010 7.437 11.320
Four day thin week .13.341 21.131 41.420
Sma day laat week. .40,213 13.114 '"'
Soma day 2 weeka agolO.021 34,317 l.l7
Same day I week atoli.lll 11.431 110.101
Sam day 4 wieka ago43.li 11.410 121.I3C
Sam daya laat year.. 14,311 11.717 tl.2tt
necelnta and dlaonelUon of lle Block at
the Union etock yard. Omaha, for tweiily
four houra ending at 3 p. ro. yeeterday:
Cattle. Hog. Sheep. H'r'a.
. "St Loula Uva Stock Market. ,
St. l.oule, Mo..-Nov. I. Cattle Receipts,
1,100 head; market, Btrong to 10c higher.
Native ef ateer. I7.I0O11.II: yearling
steer and helfer. II.IOOH.lli cowa, 11.10
7.76; Blockers and feeders. li.l0O7.it:
southern steers, II.00OI-00; eowa and
ncllena. t4.ooos.oo: prime year una steers
and helfsra, t7.IOOt.00; native oalvea, fl.Ot
V .o. . ...... . ,
Hog -Receipt. 11,100 head: market.
higher, Llghte, II.IIOI.II; pita. ll.tOOMO:
mixed and nutrnera, lt.34Ol0.00; good
heavy. II.I0O10.00; bulk, tl.loel.IO.
Shoap and Iimba Heoelple, 1,100 head:
market, ateady to 31c higher. lAmba, 17.10
011.41; ewee, 13.7107.11: yearllnga, 11.00 O
C. M. & Bl. P..
Mlaaourl Pacific .
Union Parldlc ...
N. w east
N. W weet
C, St. P., M. A O
St Q., eaet
C. H. A Q.. weat
R. I. i.; east la i
C H. 1. A P.. weet I .......
flllnokl Cenlrel .... 4 a . , , ,.
Chi. Ot West 1 2
ToUl receipts ..141 120 " 37
DISPOSITION H BAD.
- Cattle. Hog.
Mnrrl & Co 411
Swift A f.t 121
Cudahy Packing Co.. S7I
Armour t o.. ...... eii
3. W. Murphy
Mnroln Packing CO... 041
H. O. Pack. Co ' I
Cudahy. from K. C... 201
W. ti. Vannant CO.... aa
Benton, Vansant 1,. lit
B. l.ewla ae
J. II. Root A Co.... II
I,. P. Huex I
Roeenstock Bros. .... II
F. 0. Kellogg , 13
Sullivan Broa 7
Rothachlld A Kreba.. 31
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.. 47
Baker, Jones A B...... xi
Banner Broa ,.;.... ' 14 " ' ......
John Harvey 114 ..if
Jensen 4a Lungren.... H
Other buyer 101
Total ....... .....4,111 1,411 1,134
CattloRecelpta were very fair for a
Thursday, but the light runs earner in
tho waek leave tno xoiai tor w,o ivr
day at 13,111 head, leva than hair tne
number received during the earns period
In recent weeks, and smaller than a year
ago by over 11,000. head. ....
The demand for killer of all klnda wa
aotlv and price wera again Btrong, Some
very ehole yearllnga Bold up to 111.10. the
highest prlca aver paid this month, and
only lo under the extreme top tor tho year
to ante. .
Stocker and feeders were itsady and
fairly aotlve. v . 1
Quotations on oattla: Good to choice
beeves, Ht.tooil.lt; fair to good beevea.
I.!091l.t0;bommon to fair beevea. II.I0O
l.tt; fanoy heavy graeaor. ll.1IOI.1li good
to obolca graaa beevea. I7.100l.lll 'air to
good graaa beevea, II. 7607.60: oommon
to fair greet beevea. M.tOOt.71; ood to
ohalo heifers, t.7lO.ll: good to choice
cow. ll.liOI.7l: lair to good cow. i.i0
III: common to fair oowe, l4.00OI.it;
- .i.An. fudere. I7.8IOS.00: fair to
(000) feeder. It.li07.lt; common to falrl
fAAdlAM It (IBI.e!: tfOll IU aiu-luay aamea-
n, t7.t60l.OO; atook hIfert, t.tB96.TI;
tock cowa. M.15OI.00: itock wIvm, t.0
ttl.Otj Val CftlVM, B.DUiV,WW, .
t.. oto.. tft.uas.ti.
T BARLING 8TBBRS AND HBtFKRS. -
ro. Av. Pr. No. .j Av. Pr.
I.. MIUW y
Hog Tk bMrlih oampt.lm that pack-M.m-
tA iii inib.nvura.ta vm tar day Utai
onlr on &mr, tor prtot cam back with
a ItfllOo upturn thli mornlnv. puttlnC them
t th hith tlm of the weak. Shlppera
bouvht rather prtnly and did not have
to pay more than a nickel advance for any
pf their ituff, Bom of the fint packer
blda were no more than tteady, but move
ment atarted on a 6a hither baele, and the
market Improved ateadlly at the forenoon
advanced, being a much aa 10c hither In
many aa before tho doie. Anything do-
J I table aold u Mil. it any time on the
Intel. ' ' ''' -
ab a. feantitai tntnc n .ooKea aa mouan
llVhti ahowod Juat aa much advance aa
anything elae, though the market waa very
erratic Packera needed the hoga. how
ever, and did not discriminate agalnat un
darwelghta ai much aa they have on eome
noent dayi. The market waa aotlv and
everything waa cleaned up by ihortly1 after
Bulk of the offering loia it f.D.,u,
and after having remained In the aame
nntnh far aavaral dava the toi wa nooaiea
a nickel thti morning, reaching tMO. Tea
tarrtav'a iiumD waa ' more man rBMaineu
and current value- are- generally a dim
higher than th cioa Of laat ween, inai
vidual aalea looking all the way from Juat
atrong to a much ai He higher.
Reoelpte wer in largftat oi in ween
to date, lit car, or about 1,600 head being
reported la. Th four day' total of Jt.iai
head b about 4,000 ahort of a,, week ago, but
la 6,000 larger than two weeka ago, and a
gain of 11,000 over th oorreepondlng days
Kuium (Hy Uto Btoek Market.
Kanaaa City, Mo.. Nor. I, Tattle Re.
eelpte, 1,600 head; market higher; prim
fad ateer. 10.0011.60; draaed beef ateera,
IJ.60fpO.10; western iteera, t,S0fl.0Oj
cowa, 4,S01,S0; helfer. 18 00010.00;
torkere and feeders, t6.ft0O7.Tt; bulla, l,00
I 60; oalvea. tt.tO01O.6O.
Hogfr-RcLpts, toft head; market higher)
bulk of aalea, tt.OO9i.H6; heavy, I0.86O
l.0- packra and butchvrs. tMSOMO)
light. IB. 601,80; plga, M OftffO.tl.v
Sheep and 1 Lambs Recelpta, 1,100 head:
markat higher; lumbe, t10.TSOll.ll: year
llnga, 18.00 trt.lt; wether, IT.lOtfMQ;
Eoport f Kitenalv British
Uft Wheat Valuta.
Chicago, Nov, l.e Forclbui upward tend
ency la th wheat nwrltel today carried
prices to the highest level yet this aeaaon
for the May delivery, $X.U a bushel, A big
export demand was considerably reaponalble.
Th market closed atrong, If.Hc net
higher, with December at tl.1101.10, and
nay at 11. li. utnef leading ataples. too.
, all showed gain corn, aStfJv; oata, He
to lVtOlWe, and provlalona, 16t46o.
Free buying on the part of houses that
aaually act for British Interests wa the
, main faotor in taking mil surplus ofteringit
- out of tha. pit until the iMcember aa well aa
the May option bad risen wn up Into the
nlnetle. A tier, that point, had hern reached
profit taking by holder waa rather heavy
at tlmea and acted a a check on th more
1 onthuatastle of the bulls.
In connection with the advance, reports
, wer current that UrltlHh purchan a In the
United State and Canada, this wevk
amounted to several million bunhela. and
, that shipments from Jake porta would be
continued- If possible until December It,
although navigation usually nd about lia-
Purther redncllon In estimates of tha Ar
, gonlln eaportable eurplu helped today'
upturn In what prices and ao likewise did
reports of unfavorabl weathar In Antin.
The bears also wer decidedly handlcappod
by the advano la prices in tha Naur York
Cam reschwd th htgheat prlc level In
twenty-four ywars. The tact that American
com oooid be laid down In Uverpool cheaper
than Argentine corn was a factor tn addition
to th bullish shewing of the government
crop report. Foreign demsid gave strength
to oata. which wer further assisted by th
rise of other grain. - .
Higher quotations on hog and cereaU
lifted provisions. Lard sold at tlT.11 for
Iermbsr delivery, th topmost figure since
Chicago ftssh Price Wheat t No. t red.
$t.tttl.tt; No. t red. ll.Kml.6H: No.
S turd, l.lt (M.I.; No. t hard. !,M
J UT . Corn: No I yellow, new, tl 0.1.6;
aid, tl-ttl-7ti: No. yellow, new. ISO
tic; old, 11.01; No. white, new, 110 I.e.
Oats: Standard, S.&E-Hc Rye: No. , t.4T.
Harlffyr ttvtfll.l Borda: Timothy. t3 -"
clover, tH.00Ol6.D0. Provision: Pork,
621. SO; lat. 1)7.10; ribs, 611-7614.6, .
Butter Unr hanged. -Higher;
recotpta. t.t caaoa:
flmti. tlHOI4c: ordinary flrsta, 131. 0,
at mark, case included, t034c.
Potatoes laower; recelpta, tl j-ara; Mln
' Bsoto aod .Dakota white, tl ti.iOj uin
aosota and Dakota Ohloa, tl-lityi.li; Wis
consin aod Michigan white, 11. 61.60 '
- PouiUfAUvii ivwTi Cowl, llo; springs.
. ,. Manx City Uva Stock Market.'
Moua City. 1a Nov. t. Cat tl Receipts,
1,600 h3; market, steady: ieef ateers, t-.6
l.0; butohera, t6.607.S6; oanners, 18 76
6.lt; atorkera and feeders, t6.IOO6.6l;
bulla, its as. etc., t6.00Ot.76; feeding cows
and helferK, t&.t60,75. ,
Hogs Recelpta. 0,600 - head: market.
ateady; light t4.ltOI.46; mixed, tft.Ur.0.
bnvy. if.totyt.Tft; bulk or sales. 6t.l.6.
Sheep and Umbi Recelpta, 6.000 head;
market, 16036c higher; ewe, ti$07.36;
; '; M. Joseph l.lv Htoch Market. '
St. Joaeph, Mo.. Nov. I. Cattle Receipts
1,100 bead; market strong to lOe higher;
steers, . 6010.60; cows and heifers, 4.16
tn.t)0; calves, 6,00 U.O0, -
Hogs Receipts, T.0O0 head; market 70
tBc higher; ton. tt.tO; bulk of sales, IMOO
1.16. " '
Hheep -and Lambs Receipt. 100 head;
market steady; lambs, tl6.76U,26; ewes
$t.TtT.t0. . , .VI.-
,"-" Metal Market.
vNt Tork, 'Nov. t.td 17,607.10;
soelter. strong: spot. East St. Louis dttiivapv
llttOllo. Copper, firm; electrolyte, flrat
quarter. ttt.00 10. 00 ; second quarter,
631.0021.60. Iron steady and unchanged.
Tin, frm; spot. 641.07 41.114, At Ixn-
aon. spot copper, ins ivs; luturea. 1131
electrolytic. (141; spot tin. (114 6. futures.
ties ihu. -o ivm; apaiier, tot M.
Dry tioods Market.
New Tork, Nov. I Political uncertainty
restricted dry goods to a considerable ex
tent today, although all price held very
nrm. worm pa yarns movea miner and
colored cottons were higher, Knit good
openings of th fall of 1017 show advanoes
ranging from 30 to 69 per ent In eicee
of the prlvee of a year ago.. Dress goods
aavancea a per cent.
. . , Elevator PaU Kill Three,
tTnleaao. Nov. . rnree osraiina arM
killed and about twelve Injured today whan
a paesenger elevator In the plsut of the Plor-
sneim rinoo 00 n. pn 111 mur iioora.
'A Hint to the Aged.
U people past tixty vein of aire
could be persuaded to go to bed. at
sooft at they take cold and remain in
bed for one or two dayt, they would
recover much more quickly, especially
if they take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, There would also be less
danger of the cold being followed bv
any of the more serioua diseases.-
Pr No. Ar. Ah. Pr.
76. .174 110 H tl tO, .166 ... tt IS
73. .lit 10 t SO tl..ltl 60 t tt
51.. 130 100 I II v II. .161 ISO, f 70
hn Th market wm a roost uneven
affair thli morning, for with light receipts
and a healthy packing request seller got
neextly anything they asked that waa at all
within rason. uun a gooa snar or me
offering wa from rang territory, while
fed aturr wu scare, nut tn quality waa
sren orally good, and buyer took hold of
everything In good hspe, a good clearance
bowfig mad by 10 o eiocn, or snort ly arter.
Packers Quoted aalea or rat snoop ana
lambs all the way from atrong to as much
aa I tic higher, while the general market
wa called 10 16c higher by most ot the
oiler. Best cornfed lambs here stopped
at tll-16, the new record established -
torday, while a atring or good range iambs
reached $11.10, and both fed and range
lambs landed at 111. 00.
Quit a bit of aged stock wsi on offer
and bulk of It was of a wry desirable
class, th result being th establishing of
now tops ror tn season, two care or goon
handywelgbt yearllnga went far above any
previous sale ot tho aeason, reaching t.l&.
Real heavr yearllnga orougnt ii.bo, va
ewes that wer rather hurry landed around
$7.00, while a atring of handywelght range
ewes that had the added advantage 01 be
ing mpty reached 17.11.
Feeders were scare hardly enough be
ing offered to Pis he a market.
Quotations on neep ana ismos: i,amrs.
good to. choice, tit. 10 11.16: lambs, fair
to good, il.oi latno. teeners, is. s
010.00: yearlings, good to choice, ts.so
LSI: yearlings, fair to good, 17.606.60:
yearlings, feeders, tT.!o.O0; wethers, fair
to choice. 7.00OH.i; we, good to cnotc.
17.007.16; ewes, fair to good, 11.167.00
ewee, plain t cull. 14.006.16; owe, feed
ing. 14 606.71; wea, breeders, all ages.
No. ' Av,
SOI fed wethers. ........ 1 101
170 Wyoming leading lambs.,., 64
SI South ls Kola feeding lainba.ll
Its fed yearlings 101
71 fed wei ....HI
T coiu .,; 11
110 fed Mve ..
364 fed lambs ,
II ted lambs .
Ill ted lambs
14 ted lambs ,
104 ted lambs
1 fed limbs .
MAKES BIG GAINS. v
STILL GOING UP.
This tteek went from ll.St to 11.71. aa
wo had predicted tt would. W hav
CONFIDENTIAL Information thai tho
opening of several Urge we'll will oauaa
largely, inoreaeed dividend. There will
be another IMPORTANT ADVANCE In
prire as oa as this is officially an
nounced. Lt aand you our privata ro
ports. LI BeM Si -t. La Salla St
A. rtfTM V, Suit U, Chicago
-Remarkable Saving Opportunities in All Departments Fridays
to Omaha and Omaha's style
and bargain center. Make I I
yourselves perfectly at home II II'
that your visit to Omaha
should be so pleasant you'll
H hit IF DODGE DOUGLAS STREETS wSaawV want to come again and again.
Bargains in Tailored Suits and Coats
That Will Set a Record Mark November Sale for Value-Giving
In Our Busy Suit Department Second Floor. 'v
Nearly 400 Handsome Tailored Suits,
all newest styles; just received
Shown in two special lots Friday.
nn We show a splendid line
Wool Velours and Chif
fon Broadcloth Suits that would sell
regularly up to $65. Many exclusive
novelties included in this lot.
(Jg A great line of New
ouiia. in ropiins, uaDar
dines and other popular
materials. Many fur trimmed and
worth $25 and $29.75. All sizes, 16 to
46. Truly matchless values at sale price.
Hundreds of Nobby Winter Coats, in plain colors, plaids,
and fancy mixtures; many beaver '.loth, trim- $J 075
med in the season s, most popular materials. r
v. 1 it . n , s tHw
itemarKaDie values in mis saie, ai
Handsome Winter Coats, made to sell at $35.00 and $39.50,
in Salts plush, broadcloths, Bolivia cloths and
choice novelties; all sizes and in the newest
styles. Choicest lot of coats shown in Omaha,
at, sale price
r - ... ,
$16.50 Woman' and Mies..' Suitt, $7.9S
Alt wool serges, gabardines and novelty
weaves, in blacks and colors, all sizes, 16 to
46; many fur trimmed suits in the lot; all up-to-the-minute
styles. Suits that sold at $13.75,
$15.00 and $16.50, all go at one price Fri
day, at $7.95
$12.75 Silk and Wool Dr.ss.a, $5.88
Fine silk poplins, taffeta silk and all wool
serge dresses; new full skirts, pocket trim
ming and tailored styles, in blacks and colors;
all sizes, 16 to 44; all new dresses; latest
styles. Dresses that were made to sell at $10
and $12.76, Friday $5.98
$101 Woman's and Miaaas' Winter Coat, $5.00
New Coats in plain colors and checks and
mixtures: heavy, warm coats: belted backs,
loose backs and belted fronts; dozens of pretty
new styles; large chin chin collars. Costs made
to sell at $10.00. Friday $5.00
iDelightful Bargain Offerings in1 Our Annex Cloak Section:
- $4.00 Bath Robes, $2,98
Heavy Bath Robes in all Uie new Navajo and
floral designs, in light, medium and dark col
ors; all sizes; regular $4.00 values. Friday,
$6.50 Dress Skirts, $3.98
Fine all wool poplins and imported serges;
fine twill, in navy, blacks and colors; odd
lots of $6.50 skirts; one big table full Fri
day, at ,. $3.98
98c Sateen Petticoat, 69c
Close fitting, elastic tops, wide ruffled and
pleated flounces; fine quality, washable
sateen, no dressing; a regular 98c value, Fri
day at .69c
50c Fleeced Dressing Sacquea, 29c
Fine quality fleeced dressing sacques, in med
ium and dark colors; neat patterns; all sizes,
36 to 44; regular 60c quality, Friday. . . .29c
$1.00 Gingham Houao Dresses, 59c
Good quality checked gingham and percale
house dresses; odd lots and broken sues of
our regular $1.00 dresses; all sizes, 34 to 44.
Friday, at . -.59c
75c Flannelette Petticoat,, 49c
Extra wide and heavy quality flannelette pet
ticoats, embroidered edge, pink or blue stripe ;
regular 75c values, Friday 59c
$1.50 Flannelette Kimonos, 98c
Very heavy flannelette kimonos, all the new
colorings, designs and styles, also odd lots of
seco silk kimonos; regular $1.50 values, Fri
day at ., 98c
Infant,' Wear H Price
One big table of infants' wear, including bon
nets, toques, coats, shoes, stockings and doz
ens of articles that baby needs that are slightly
soiled, from the show case; all go Friday at
in the Annex
Women's 35c Cashmere
Hose, in black and ox
ford, plain and heavy
ribbed. Special, pr.25
Women's Cotton .. and
Fleeced Hose, regular
and extra ' size ; j hem
med and ribbed tops;
20c quality, pair. .15
Children's Cotton and
Fleeced Hose, 15c val
ues, pair 12Vt
Infants' Cashmere Hose,
20c values, . 10, 8
pairs for 25tf
Children's Tan Hose,
sizes 7 to 10. Sale price,
per pair . . .6t
Ladies' heavy ribbed
Fleece Union Suits, low
or high neck, short, long ,
or no sleeves; ankle
length; worth to 98c,
Ladies' heavy Fleece
Vests and Pants at 25
Ladies' heavy quality
Outing Gowns, worth
to 75c, at .49
Ladies' Wool Skirts, $1
values, at. . ..... .69
Ladies' heavy .Fleece
Union Suits, high neck,
long sleeves, low neck,
no sleeves; any style,
Dainty 50c Boudoir
Caps, at, . . . 25
Ladies' Rickrack Trim
med Aprons, regular
50c values, at. . . .25
$5 and$6.50Trimmed Hats
For Two Houra Only
From 1 to 3 P. M.
To stimulate Friday's buying we put on sale, for
two hours, 263 Trimmed Hats. Every one a beauty
and worth $5 to $6.50. A big assortment of black and
colors. Large and small styles
In the Annex Friday-
Thousands of yards of bleached,
muslin and cambric, yard Cf
wide, Friday's sale, yd. . . .
Remnant length of Lining C n
Cambric, all colors, yard. .
Remnant lengths Silesias and
Percolins, Friday's sale, Irtje,
per yard 1 lC
Remnant lengths Flannelette for
House Dresses, - ' 1 f
per yard vC
Remnant lengths of Outing Flan
nel, worth 12 He AXr
per yard 02C
Remnant lengths Dark Blue and
white Percale, (yard Q 1
Silkoline for Comforter Cover
ings, best colors and pat- 1 A.
terns, yard. IvC
Cotton Batting, in 3-lb. rolls;
opens in continuous flQ
strip, 72x90, each. Oi7C
Sheets, full size, 81x90, bleached,
patent welded seams, CQse
Pillow Cases, good muslin, 45 or
42x36 inches, Friday, JQq
Toweling, Pansy Twill, bleached,
Friday's sale, per C
Table Damask, remnants of 2
and 2 14 yards, worth OCr
39c, Friday, yard "OC
Bed Spreads, hemmed crochet
weave, Friday, 7 Q
, Sheeting, 2 yards wide, bleached,
worth 30c, Friday, per 2Jc
Cheese Cloth, best quality,
bleached gauze, Friday, yJL
per yard "2 C
Cambric Muslin, Nainsook finish,
best 12 He grade, Fri- Ql
size, white or
grey, wool napped, (hi QQ
$2.60 values, pair. . . P I a70
Blankets, cotton sheet blankets,
full size, white or t 1 OQ
grey, pair V e05
Blankets, cotton, grey or tan,
large enough for 4-it.
beds, Friday, pair
Crowds of enthusiastic buyers throng our Notion Department every
Friday sale day. A glance at these big price-reductions on stand
ard and fancy notions will make the cause so obvious to you that
you'll surely be one of the crowd Friday.
Great reductions on Standard - Notions,
Read every item carefully. A
Simplex, 'Four-Section, Adjustable Dress
Forms, admirably fill every requirement of
home dressmaking by giving accurate meas
urements of neck, waist, bust and hips of gar
ments. Regularly $T.G0, Friday.... $3.69
Simplex, twelve-section; very highly satis
factory dress form. 15.00 value. .$6.95
19c Sanitary Elastic Belts... 10t
Slightly soiled Stickers and Novelty Edgings,
values to 20c. Bolt..... 5tf
5c full 300 count Pins, at, paper. .3
25c pkg. Sanitary Napkins, 12 in box, 17
10c Imported Steel Crochet Hooks 5
6c Lingerie Tape, 5-yd. bolts., ..34
10c' Fancy Hair Pins, cabinet assorted sizes,
60c and 75c salesman's samples of Shears
and Scissors, all shapes and sixes, pr. .294
J. 4 P. Coats' and S. B. Silk Finish Crochet
Cotton, white and all colors; 5c values, 3
Men's Cushion Neck Bands, all sizes,
A cordial invita
tion to the teach
ers to visit our
busy Shoe depart
ment and inspect
our line of fine
Black Soap Kid, in
lace or button, welt
soles and leather tPC
Black Kid lace, white,
washable kid top,
welt with leather
Louis heels. .
Black Vici Kid with
white or ivory ffC '
kid tops, special. .
For the school room
you will want a Gro
ver Shoe to get that
foot comfort; which is
only found in Grover
Children's knit waist
and sweaters in annex
25c C h i I d r e n's Knit
Wai3ts(i age 2 to 12
years, at. 15,
79c Boys' Cotton Sweat
erg, in navy; sizes 24 to
34, at........... 49
. $1.50 Boys' Sweaters, in
Cardinal, navy, gray;
all sizes, at. ... . .Qg
$1.50 Corsets, in pink
or white; 18 to 28 sizes;
an ideal house corset,
25c Brassieres, fasten in
front "or back; nicely
trimmed ; all sizes, 15
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