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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1916,
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Strong Demand for Export
Wheat Stimulate! the Cash
Market and Prices Soar.
ALL CEREALS ARE STRONG
1 Omaha, Novamtwr 10, lilt.
Tht itroni future situation av th cash
tnarkat another bo oat and what mli from
lo to 4 bifhr. Th strong demand for
xport whl itlmulated Interest In the cash
market and moat or tn mpwi wra
Dflntd of bfore noon at roach htsjhor prlroa.
en car of choice No. I hard wheat aelllnv
at II. 10 and eetabiuhtnf a new record for
this hind of wheat, while C car of m HI trig
wheat sold at fl. M. a record prka for
durum mli-4 wheat. The tuyere aa a whole
were paying record price for almost every
kind of wheat, the bill of tne no. nr
bringing from 91. U to $1. II, while the
average rar of No. I hard sold from ll.lt
All Ihe other (wreals on the list were
ronioaratlvely stronar.. corn ruling from to
to 3c higher, and oats eelllng from 10 lo
I tie above th averae price of ywterday.
The recelpta of corn were very light and
e II ere generally nan hum oimcuuy in sai
ling the top price of the market tor their
The oat market wa only moderately
active, but the buyer seemed willing to
take the bulk of the offerings at tne pre
. vailing market prices. -
The bulk of the oats samples graded No.
S white and brought 14c, while the No. 4
rad sold at ttc and the off grade aam
bIm at file
The cash demand for rye was excellent
and the bulk of the sample went at ex
tremely high prices, the No. I selling at
11.41 and the bulk of the No. I grade going
Thra was an active trade In barley, with
prl remaining practically unchanged the
imaging variety selling at 1.101.U and
the No, I feed at about tie.
Clearance were: Wheat and floor equal
to 1,191.000 bushels; corn, 111,000 bwhels;
oats, 11,000 bushels. 1
Liverpool otosei Wheat 14 lower tnd Id
higher; com, fed to Id higher.
Primary wheat receipts were 1.IIT.W0
bushels, and shipment l.UT.AftO buhels
against receipt of 1,711,000 bushels, and
shipment of 1, 17.000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts war 121.06 bush
els, and shipments 171,000 bushels against
receipt of 44M09 bushels, and shipment
of 107,006 bushels last year, "
Primary oats receipt were 111,600
bushels, and shipment 1.111,000 bushels
against receipt of 1,417,000 bushels, and
hip menu of 1,111.600 bushel last year,
. CARLOT BBCKIPTB,
" Wheat. Corn. Ost
Cmcago ; it lit , l
Minneapolis Ill ....
Dulutb ....... 11
Omaha ,,..... 17
Kama City 164
fit. Louis ............... TT
Winnipeg .. , 117
Three sale were reported today I - ,
Wheat No. I hard winter, 1 car, 11.11.
No. I hard winter, 1 ear (dark), 11.10; I
cars, II. i; 1 ear, 11.17; 1 cars. 11.17; I
rare, 11.11. No. 1 hard winter, 1 ear, 11.11;
l cars, l. II; 10 cars, MIS; 4 car.
ll.MVii f ear, 11.14. No. 4 hard winter, t
car. II. SI; car, l.!4fe; I cars, 1H;
1 ear, lull. Sample hard winter, j ear,
Tlei 1 car, 7Ao. No. I durum, 1 ear, 1.61;
I oar, 11.11. No. I durum mixed, 1 car, 11.11.
No. I mixed durum, .1 car, lull. No. 4 mix
ad. t ears. $1.11. ,.
Rye No. It I ears. 11.41. No. 1:1
car, 11.41; cars, (1.40. . No, 4: , 1 er,
Barley No. 4: 1 ear, 1.U; 1 car, 11.10.
No. 1 feed; 1 can M.M. . JUJooted: . 1 car,
Corn No. i whltoi t car, lie,
yellow: 1 ear No, 1 yellow:
Hie. No, I yellow) 1 .car, la.
mixed: 1 ears, tie. No. I mixed:
, No. I
(eld), lie; 1 1-1 car, lie.
Oats Standard; 1 ear, Mo. No, I white:
1 ear, I4e. No. 4 white t 1 1-1 oars, II c.
gem pie whit:' 1 ear, lie,
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. I hard,
II. Iicl.l6t No. 1 hard, fl.l401.lt; No. 4
hard, ILHttOl.U; No. I spring, 91.11)
l.lt: No. I spring, 1.7I1.II; No. I durum,
$1.1191, M; No. 1 durum, I. 1091.11. Corn:
No. I white, MH4jlIfi No. I white, 1
Hc; No. 4 white, l0lei No. I white,
llwtme; No. I white, 10 Hot No. t
yellow, imeilo: No. 1 yellow. H0ilUo;
No. 4 yellow, tlftltte; No. I yellow. UHt)
fsc; No. yellow, lioilo; No. I mixed,
30 14 o; No., I mixed, 110" I No. 4
mixed, ldlttet No, mixed, 11 Ho;
No. mixed, lldimo, Oats: No. 1 white,
l44il4Hoi standard, 40BUt, No. I
white, llyl4o; No. I white, l)OHH.
Barley: Halting, 61.1101.17; No. I food,
OcOll.60. Rye: too. I, 11.40 1.41; No.
Th wheat altuatlea today was vory pull
lah end the discouraging crop report from
Argentine, ooupied. with th fact that th
government there has taken steps to dotor
mine the amount of wheat available for Ox
port and possibly to regulate th sale of
wheat, has caused much uneasiness In the
wheat pit Liverpool cables on wheat were
very Irregular, but thoee on corn were
on wheat opened steady, while corn opened
a trifle bearish, but soon recovered the open
ing losses. Heavy buying In the early part
Mt the sosslos forced May wheat to 1.H
and slay earn wont to 6lie, a gain of lo
over the opening prices. Th local trad
in oats was rather quiet, but report of a
good export Inquiry and pessimistic reports
from Argentina forced a alight advance in
Heavy Ulnf and profit taking by longs
forced a break la the wheat market at the
close. May wheat closing at 11.11 and
. rte,,inhar St I1H ran Uu aMe n
high point of ths day, while oats closed
about la higher on both th December and
May options. -Local
range of option:
Art. I Open. High. Low. Close. Sat,
WhC P I
Dec. 1 14944 1 11 1 114
May 1 i I It 1I7H l 11 usu
July 1 41 1 U 141 1 11 14IH
Corn. . , i
Dec. ftl 10 II II 17
May .. . II 1 ' 10 II .10 2
Oats. I ...
Dec. H f 14 II 14 t
Mjr ' 171 "H 17
Chicago cloning prlrea. furnlehed The Bee
by Lvsen A Mryaa, stork and grain brokers.
Ill South sixteenth street. Omahai
Art. 1 Open, 1 High. Low. Close. T.
W.M. I i 1 I
, Dee, I 111 111 I I1H 111
May 1 119 ,1 l 11 1 II 111
.tuly 1 I79II 1 II 1U 17 111
Deo. 199 16 ' H 1
May IIWS M II , 4 13
July It , 14 11 14 13
Mata t -
Dee. U 17 llll9 l
May 119 119 II 10
Pork. , -
Dec 11 II 17 16 IT 16 IT It II K
Jan. IT It II H IT It II M II ft
Dee, IT IS IT II IT It IT It IT tf
Jan. II II 11 11 II It II t II 14
Jan. II 41 14 It 14 IT 14 II It
May 14 II I 14 It 14 II 14 tt 14 II
CHICAGO AND rftOVHIOMS.
Whs Mas ftoetoX Jj t sward Aha
f'hksg. Nov. tt JWu that a Oermao
esbuuifln had owns a steamer la th Ovif
of Matra, eaaoed the wheal atartwt to have
a sinking pM late todar, after prteeo hod
touched aw hufh reeard far the aa
o. Th rlao wm weak at 11.1191 lit
fee reeewsr. and II tl fee May. wUa. the
maraet a a emaie lewer la a Ilk ad
vaae ao cempared wtih yesterday flawa.
( ere gelned 1t oats. f , aad
bvvulMia. lis ta l M,
II woo aae waul lha last flfteea mlawteo
r tae e tk4 eiwtl prteea aadeeweat I
ilwMd eta Ptfttti tahHHf aw ta a
aare he ea MMHMlty heavy dartaa; ta
ayeviom aw aa4 appeared ta ae aaaal
Fihaifeted aa avalteOl baring awwer fee
tm i mm oeia. too aearo eis4 Ike oaawe.
luattr aad sireesedi the swmaa, wMs iha
r w iunsmtmi or ina sresyaM that
fc!piftta fvwea limit ami aad Iroot iha
a;iMti eeaeers waabi pmttm be great ty
rarteiM by th Wfiwl peril rreea wb-
iwna as raa(Mi ante a Mm
m,0tm was arwsa to mum that se
f1 easier reiirw4a be4 gta aite af
.emevry aoasrsa aa fcinwaa af ge.
efaaeasjh (ha feaaaa feo the oeeaarsa eera
mm i rHiM erii4 a tram aaadb
lMa aa th ratiwsre
fhm Maar elw had eeretod Whawl
rtw aharptv waweed rheeashewl tb
rl ad h See were tarwaty
A Ua a.
Mwe la rlMa a Me6 pltwateied w
t ha bwftt h-re. sjtd a a raear
m mmtmtm m iaa acfteaet
swesi atrMM at ueaes ae m M
(mm awMattvae u44 tta
mm, ta fr hsjiSi ojeasaea raawveV
srtlvs buying on th pari of fcousei with
as board connection.
Provisions roe higher than they bav
been be for la forlr-el year. The Im
pet us appeared ts earn chiefly from lively
oeculatlva and forelsn demand.
Hlvher prices for lard at Liverpool gare
strength to th enure provision iw nere.
Trade, however, was mainly In small lota
Wheat Na. I re, nominal! No. I red,
ll.lt; No. I hard, 1I19LIIH; No.. I
asra, i. lew, sji.sd.
Corn No. I yellow, new, 11.61911: d.
Il.tl911l; No. 4 yellow, new, !49ITe;
No. 4 white, nominal.
Oat No. t whit, ll964c; standard,
Rye No. 1, 11.41.
Clover 111.00 911,60.
Provisions Pork, 2I.I0; lard, I1T.41;
Butter Higher, creamery, 119110,,
Egg Receipts, 1,114 cases; unchanged.
, Potatoes Receipts, II car; unchanged,
Poultry Alrve, unchanged,
NEW YORK STOCKS
Wall Street Gives free Rein to
Its Speculative Opti
' ' mism. ;
SESSION IS NOTEWORTHY
New York, Nov, 10. With th dwindling
of tho political situation In th rralm of
popular discussion; Wall Street today gave
free rein to lis speculative optimism, the
session being one or tne most noteworthy
in rhe history of tho exchange,
Dealings aggregated 1,100,000 shares, a
total only one exceeded' this year. Pally
half of the transaction consisted of United
Jits tea Steel, Oensral leather, th metal
ana relates industrials and equipment.
Rills were, again negloAed, when not actu
ally heavy, and motors were mostly weak
with subsidiary issue.
" 1"h turnover embraced th largest nunv
bar of stock offered In many week and
was attended by about a score of now high
records. Foremost among theee were Cen
tral Leather, which later forfeited Its ad
venes and considerably more; the shipping
Issue, some of which also developed re
actionary tendencies; and paper, coppers,
Lackawanna, Oulf States and Nova Scotia
Steels, tho last named making Its Initial
appearance on the board. Laclede dea of
St, Louis, and Acme Tea.
Gross gains In these diversified arouns
ranged from I to II points, but the net re
sult ws less advantageous, Helling was
ex tonal vt on th advance, but made no
marked Impression until the last hour,
whan realising for profits seemed to ox-
ooed tho purchasing power. Important
shares receded 1 to I points and greater Im
pairment of th more valuabl Issues, was
Amona the mora favorable AhiIiuhkuIi
of th day and on that gar th market
greatest imoetus. was the aa le tt rm.
fined copper, at th record price of II
cent per pound. Foreign interest were
again In th market for this commodity
and, according to reports, a premium of
on. naif a cent wa offered for early de
liveries. United State Steel wa firm even
befora tho publication of the October ton
nago report, which established a new rec
ord for unfilled orders.
Tho bond market was moderately active
and higher,' In th main, but trading In that
quarter was overshadowed by the Inquiry
for stocks, Total sales, par value, 4,l7t,00t.
United State bond wore unchanged on call.
Number of sales tnd quotations on lead-
Am. Beet Surer... 4 eon
American Can..,,, ll.iot
Am. Car A Foundry 14,101 72
mil. imronioiiTi,,, SP,JUD S7
Am. Smelt. A Ref H.lOt 114
Am. Sugar Ref.,., ,00t 131
Am, Tel. A Tel..,. J00 114
Am. C. L. A S fi.40 ii1
Anaconda Copper.. 117, 704 101
Atchison 1,100 ltl
Bald. Locomotive.. 11,700 II
Brook. Rapid, tran.
B. A.S. Conner
Dtuimora si (jnio..
Central Leather. .. .117,400 118
neampeauo unio 1,10
U. A St. P..,,, 1,100
unicago m N, W,,,
O.. R. f. A P, Ry.,
China Copper. .....
Cola. Fuel A Iron..
Corn Product Jlef,
Brio i ..... .
General nteotrta '
Oreat Northern pfd.
ursai e. ore cue,
Tntor. Con. Corp. . ,
Inter. Harvester. . .
Int. M. M. pfd. etf. 11.401 131
v v. Bouinem..,,,
Knnaeott Copper. ,
Loulavtlla A Mh..
2 eg. Petroleum....,
k.. r. pro, , ,.
N. T. Central ,
N. T-, N. H. A H. .
Norfolk A Western
1. 100 lltt
Pacific Tel. A Tpl..
Ray Con. Copper.,.
Rep. Iron A Steel.,'
Shattsak Aria. Cop,
lot ioi '
4.100 101 i
100 11 ii
, ,AI If.U
Union Pacific ofd..
11,100 ltl 141
100 1.1 II
U. S. Ind. Alcohol..
1.101 14141 tl.
. B1..I .... .074.100 111 111U III
....171,100 111 111U
. BIM1 ,M.. 1,400 111 111 (1 11114
Ut.h CoDPr ...... , 17.000 111 Hl4 HI
WMt.rn Union 000 101 101
W,allltl!WUM RIM. 17.400 14 Ii IIU ,
. low hih tor tn ay, i,i,e,ooo in.rL
Nmt Tork. Nov. 10. MananUl. Ptntr-L
II4IW oont. - .
t.ntn, sieiwn,. oo-dav blll& 1..T1 u ,
Mmm.rel.1 10.,., ,111, on twnlu, 14.71;
eomm.rel.1 00-d.y bill,. 4.70(.i d.m.nd
4.7its b)M, 14.70 1-10.
H1IVW Bftf. Uft.l H.SQ.. dall.n.
nondM ovwnm.iit ou.dyr Hllroad
Tim. Lran-itudr: 10 dm 1(11 Mr
Mnt: dm llli pt ml: Ui noiluL
1140114, pw Mnt.
( .11 Moo.r dlMdr: klik. Ill h, r.m
nillnf rat., I1, p., ouh l..i uaa, Itt p,t
not: .Iwln, ,14. IU p., Un(i .ll.nd al
lit par cat.
IT. & r. la, n. Ilut,. K. I., . HI!
. Ik r.,..,.los'-l . mr. I,. .ioi
I. MUPOB ...100Mant Fowr M. . M
a. num ....11,1111. T. OI 4(ta .11101
Am. Ijn.lL la
.111 ION, T.. H. U. H.
Am. T.I. 4 Ta!
Ancl.-rr.neh lo. II n. fta
II ........ IHI'... T. T. ta.lllS
Bh at. raf. M.lotlaPMin. m . w.
Cnlml Paa. lal. 99 d. ... 0W..il0lC
C. O. ... .(. I1WK...IH, p. a Hi
C.. M. M. F. ral 4. 01
Ot. K. IM 4la..l.SWM4 CM, ,1,, ,
-,. r.,. . .., ia,(N.m att, 10.1. 1
Inl. M tt. 41,.. 101 1, .HI4.
K. c. aa. n. te Ml,
ta.. I, alMlru MTWHIaa
w. pvHMd I. 4.. a ib. um imviui
lp. lb. nm mt Iba m.imi, wbtb mimm
H Ibal aflad . mmnmim aan.nl mt
BP I., lb n P.M.
al. ., M pm Hi
Maw.r I PM mmmt.
I'im . .( nmltm Pb.rt bm, lbja, m.
ml; Um bmm (,40, mm nL
Ommtm Itmm. I, own
Omamm trnrnm mmmm 41. ,1 , a lmm
iiunoiinma auwirw HIM.II1H
l II CM InMl IM
Kum. n ibn I .Miw.t
mm, it naji ,i: mm. I M, II uai.M, bm
mmmmmt. Ol ,,. Mar. llll.
Cmtmn mho, MMj.. It,, ,
wmnm. vn. wm. I nam, H.fM.. b
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"'-' munm. Km. t Mt M(M,
M mm, , .
Man, Low. Close.
Ill 103 ltsu
' 1 14
11 0 in
tt 17 , 100
1,580 , IT. IT
100 II l 14
1,100 II II , Ifl
1,100 13 II 32
1.108 171 171U. tTflfl
'i.s3 'Hi l j
Ik III 16
imiiii iH 14 i2
41. 1M l2 14 t2
. ui . 14 II
i.ioo ui iw iiu
n.oo. mi ii hi
1,001 41 44 44 S
10,40. II H 1T II
1,70. ltl lioi 1I0U
00 HI 11I4( 1111
11,000 IIU 44 H 441
. 100 101 i 101 3 101)
11.10. It 17 3 lit
10. Ill 11T 117 '
40 111 111 llltt
. 100 17 17 17
li.ioo MH UK ii
iiu HH ii
is is ,;
ii u lit,
o8 ill ioi
1014 I0U I0U
rat. m r, na. Railway ....lat
C. a nt 4a. ttnl.K r.-in. 4 0.5
f d, II U a. ta. Illi 4m ty u 04
Erl. fa. 4. IIT a. P...M. al.l2
KIM. ta .1X1.1' a Ki..i i. im'
Untm. m n.llnulhj 1 n
li.ll' ". mmr liatnjVlt., tm
... US. mmm. 110
fmmm I at 0.. m4t I a,. j f
lu a.wttnnt, (.atba It,. P),.
MIHa, X. aiut ihu
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle ' Seceipti Light, Trade
Steady to Sronger Sheep
and Lambs Higher.
HOGS STEADY TO FIVE VP
' Omaha, Nov. 10, 11.
TVEllli Wrai I.. I !. B.aamv
Official Mondar 1,010 7,437 11,110
Official Tueedar I.l l1-71
Official Wedneeday .. 1.117 7,177 1,140
Officials Thursday .., 1,11 1.414 . I.ftl
Mtimate rrlday i.ioo i,o .
Piv day thl weeks .11,014 17,167 14,414
Ham days last week.. 41,111 43,141 11,461
Ham day S weeks agoll.lftO II. 011 11,131
flame day I week ago64,lll IMU 114.111
Sam day 4 Weeke ago47,700 U.MI 116.114
Same day last year .17,717 13,117 11,111
Cattle Reretpts of cattle were light as
usual on a Prlday, but as receipts have been
small nil the week there waa a fair de
mand, packer trade evidently wanting a
few mors head to fill out their ordero. Th
trade was reasonably active and practically
everything In sight changed hands In good
season In the morning. Killer of all kind
were steady to a llttl atronger on some
of th most desirable grades. Feeders did
not show much change, being generally
quoted aa stsady.
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
beeves, 10.00OU.Hf (air to good beeves.
II.I0OI0.00; common to fair beevea, 14.100
1. 10; fancy heavy greasers, $1. 714)1.71; good
to choice grass beeves, 7.I0I.1I; fair to
good grass peeves, 14.7107. 10; eommon
to fatr grass beeves, ll.OO0l.7li good to
choir heifers, I4.T60T.1I; good to rhotoe
sows, 11.1104.71; fatr ta good cows, l&.IOtf
4. II; eommon to fair cow, 14.0001,10;
good to choice feeders. 11.1101.00; fair to
good feeders, 14.3107. II: common to fair
feeders, IB. 7101.16; good to hnlce stek
era. I7.1BAI. 00: stork heifer. 16.3101.71:
tock cows, 14.1100.00; stock calves, 8.00
Vi.oo; veal calve. H-Q0K.ti Deer out is,
less.. ti, 11.1101.11.
Hoga Deiplte tho fact that Chicago was
slew and looked for prices to bo, If any
thing, a llttl easier, the local hog market
opened Arm to, If anything, a llttl higher.
A ha been th case most of this week, tho
shipper outlet was not very broad, but the
few orders - outsiders had war evidently
urgent, for they made their purchases early
at prices that were a shad fe as much as
Io higher. Oh load that actly suited
she buyer reached 11.16.
On opening rounds of tho packer market
soma droves sold that were no more than
fully steady, but a a general thing the
market was llttl higher, sale made after
th opening being strong to In most eases
lo above yesterday. Tfte close waa a little
dreaay, for after nracMcally all tho de
sirable hogs had been cleaned up and order
were pretty well Ailed there were still a
fsw icattsrtng load of medium to plain
light In first hands, which pack era were
trying to buy under the bujk. For th most
part, though, movement waa fairly active
and bulk of tho ottering ha4 changed
hand be r ore t:10.
Th general market waa ateady to lo
higher, with the accent on tho lo higher.
Dnlb at -. . a mat it.
price being th highest m over a week and
generally a big lie abov last week olo.
Receipt wsr pretty decent, estimate
calling for 111 loads, or 1,000 hoad. Th
total for tho Ave day la 17,117 head, over
4,000 smaller than a weak ago, but aim oat
1.000 heavier than two weeks eco. and a
gain of 11,780 over tho corresponding period
ot last year.
WO. AV. Bh. -Pf'.. No. AV. Ah. Pi
ll. ,103 I10IIII, IT. .114 ... l 40
II. .114 ... . I 16 . 71. .151 U0 I II
01. .101 111 I 71. .117 40 IT
74. .101 v.. Tl 41. .14! ... II
II. .Ill ... I II
Sheep Thl morhlna's run of aheea and
lambs was just ordinary for a Friday, twenty-seven
cars, or about 1,100 head, being re
ported In. Th week's run Is th e ma Meet
since August, tuppllsa having totaled only
14,414 head, which 1 17,000 smaller than
last wk. 14,000 lighter than twa week
ago, and 11,001 lighter than a year ago.
Fat lamb trade wa another erratic, un
evenly higher affair this morning. Packer
literally fell over each other to got at tho
offerings, and prloea ranged from 11011c
nigner in om reees to as much as 14044c
up In other. Fed lamb established a new
record for thl time of year, several loads
moving at IU.4O0U.II, tho latter price
being top for th day, and th highest
ngare ever paia for anytmng n tn rail or
winter months, fcangira that lacked quit
a bU of being fat moved at 111.11. Mate
of the clipped lam be that went at ll.TI yea
torday reached 110.11 thl morning, It being
th highest prlco over paid for clipped lambs
at thl ttmo of year,
Pat ehsep were not very plentiful, and
moved up a llttl. Th advance waa not as
sharp a In lambs, bat most sale looked
10 ii abov yesterday. Zwea from tho
Nam ahlpment as those thai landed at
T. ii yesterday reached 17.41, and fed ewea ,
touched 11.40, No yearling ar wether of
oonsequehcO Were Offered. j
The reader oupply waa I AM and trade !
nomlnoily quoted firm. , I
CHICAGO UVB STOCK MABKET.
Cattl Market Mm II ego Atsaay Bhoaa
Market Strang. I
Chicago, Nov. 1 0.-2 ttlsReesipte, 1,000
head; market, firm; native beef cattle, 17.10
011.01! weetern steers. 14.70010.10: stock -
or and feeders. 14.1001.00; rows and helf-
ere, 3.TI0I.7; calves, ll.ioou.oo.
Hogs Receipts, 11,008 head: market
steady at a shade under yesterday's aver-
ago; bulk, ii.se0i.ioi light, 11.1001.10;
mlwed, 11.36010.01; heavy, II.4O01O.1O
rough, ll.4O01.IO; pigs, 11.7101.40.
anesp ana um oe Receipts, ii.ono head:
market, strong; wethers. 17.7101.00; owe.
l.Vi-i; lamas. is.U0U.ie.
M. lauls Uva Stack Market.
St. Louis, Mo Nov. 10. Cattle Receloto.
1,100 heed; market, steady. Natlvft beef
ettvers, 17.10011. 60; yearling steer and
heifers. l. 60011. 10; cows. 16.40 0 7,76;
stnrkera and feeder, 11.1007.10; prim
southern steer. 0001.00; cow and heif
ers. 14.1007,10; prima yearling steers and
netrer,. fi.ievi.gs; natlvs calvoa, 14.00 0
Hog Reoelpt. 10.100 hoad: msrket
ateady. Lights. M.II0OII; pigs, Hf0
1.00; mlied and butchers. I.lll0.ft:
good heavy. I.01I.IO; bulk. 11.4101.10.,
ineeps ana uemoe Heeeipis, iti head. I
market steady. Lambs, 11. 10011. 41; ewea.!
I1.7I07.1K yearlings, ll.H0t.7l.
ft Ctty Uva Stack Marvel.
Kansaa City, Me., Nov. 10 battle Re-
celpte, 1.100 head; market, higher; prim
rod steers, oi.O0ll. at; Oreeaed beef eteera
IT. Ift 01.71: weetern steers. 10. 10 0 14.l4i
eaws, 1 4907 I; heifers. t.OO01.OO; etark-
ora and feodero. 16.00 01.71; balls. 11.000
1.10; calves. 14 40110
Hogo---neretpis 1.40 head : market, weak :
balk. O.IO0O ftft; heavy. ! te; park
era and butchers, 160 tl; light. 11.100
1.00; plga, 11.000111.
Sheoa and Lamba llocolata. LOOO ImmA:
.Market, higher; lambs. 1110011.40; yewr
llnga, M 4ft0 00; wet hero, T.60I Ift;
Uva Mask MaeheO.
St. Jeeeph. Nov. I ft. Cattle Reeel pa
IH koadi eearhel oteMy; een. H 440
to 10; towo aad ketfer. 4.0i.H) aalvaa.
It 00010 00.
Meo fce4te lead head; twartia4
oea4yi le l M; balk of as lea, 10460
saoea aad lAba nosotpta, 1.000 kaad;
aarhe4 16010a htghe; laaaba. I1.0
ll.lOi awoa, 7 0001 oa.
aeawo rt ! Saas MwkaO.
Ihaao ftty. la.. Nov. la Tai(lw Raeata,
14 head; merb seadri Wf otMra, l .1
0tO, btMVSL 1100; so; knara HIIA
4 It balto, otaae, ee . II 101
Keaw MeortntSb t,0 ha4. P-arhet fleas,
MM HH0O4. Mia, .! heavy.
Ift I0I Tt, bath ef oatv. I eefl t
liter ed tsaba R-is, l.eaa heeg
martiei steady, owee, ttveeff e, Mata.
MaaaaoHks Rev 0 Whist Pn :
llftetj, Mtf, t Oft Caah' Na. I aaew
latli4, la I eomMnx IIMh0
I H0i nm. 1 sasihwA ' 0I 01,
t mm- I r Ot0e.
tpa I wf M0Uja,
rie-eaead"-!! t01 ea
Pk Paewf aatoaa. lev htaba, aaaoad
at II ll, aeaae lulip 4
eW IHI1 ia
kr l 4101 41
Bra 1 O40tf e
w 10 1
hie vtwteo, ia t4
I.a ft m m i MietuH tap i, tut
g, ia m m a, is aa,
I'aeoj W Aoaaetaais am4 fcew, le
M fee. I -m Reex OteewO!?
kN4 Oe 11. wiaai -a I at fd
, rvwe m.tmm l Mat a lum
Hunting Clothing and
Gunning Outfits Complete
stocks at very modest prices.
Are QUALITY-ALL WOOL Garments
Patrick Duluth, Sherman Brothers and
Oregon City Woolen Mills Mackinaws
About 200 pairs of Odd Size Men's Higb-Grade
Sboes Many styles. Tan Russia Calf, Black
Calf, Black Vici Kid. Some novelties with fancy
tops. Former prices $3.50 to $6.50. Famous
makes. Sale price, Saturday, pair $2.98
A Lot of Boys' Shoes
Shoes. Regular $2.60
.lEH'S FunnisnifJGs-Foun DIG specials
Just When You Need -Them
Money-savers,-every one, and such remarkable
find just what he seeks.
OmNUoI Mea'a Mea aad
Cettoa Hm aaaortod tori lie
W..W Weed Med AkVWaal Swe Caa. meatir r
eaktf sad taaty aiktaua. r"a4 oanteov las Q ICQ
Mm'i FleoMMt sHeto Aiaarleil
riaio) tt Munary eellai. aapaal
We call particular attention to
these Shoes for outdoor' wear
Shoes that will stand hard wear.
A. heavy Blick and Dark Tan
Willow Calf, full double
soles to heel; blucher
style.- Good Shoes for
policemen, mail carriers
or anyone in need of
Shoes that will stand the
Odd sizes. All high-grade
to $3.50 values. Special
1 1 .98
Spocoal Nov 1
1.600 Pel, IW Rad a Caa
Cleeei Siotee aad tmrttm eteet
tram a GUnmnll f aaaafee.
twee, la r.fiar T. arevrdtae
to iaa keh imi of WaiW, ti
flaeea M14 eelt a 1 1 SO, II tl
aad II. it, mtt ret, fit gfjg
Spowial Kev 3
Om Jm Ha l F.a mm4 WlaOT
r''t(fcsi lWIWW fri8MH"" (Btl W'a'r
1mmtm4 a4 ld nkaaA
All mm la oa M, tort H
eaefc ojvaaMtf. Wlta tiwi 7 Q
tm. mut. f 7C
OTHER BIG BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY
, paw. ,.
uaaai vaiaat at IIM 0 QQ
BEFORE THE present wool j
ing clothiers agreed that PI
the quality foundation; nov
question, while others try
conscience by usihg the
Hart Schaffner & Marx C
WOOL and will alwayr
sold in this store WE K.
by that we mean not so n.
thread of cotton NOW
Look for the Hart Schaffner & Marx Label
A small thing to look for, but a big thing to find.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
At $15, $20 and $25
These are 20 Below Oi hers cf Like Value
Men's and Young n's Suits and
Overcoats, $12.50 and $15
Two and threa
plain or pinch back, rith perma
nent front or long eoft roll; mad
in Wonted, Tweedi, Cberiota and
Fur and Fur Lined Coats, $18 to $95
We carry the largest line of Fur and I vc Lined Coats hereabouts.
Kingley Trousers Pure
values $7.50 to $8.00, at
Men's and Boys'Winter Hats
Over 200 Do ton Mom'a and
Boys' Fall and WwUr Head
wear Floor stock and sample
lines, Saturday at a big saving.
Mow's Caps, with fur inside
bands. Golf and Brighton
shapes. All sizes
Mom's Hi(b-Crado) Coif and
Brifktoa Style Caps with fur
inside bands; silk lined. All the
newest shapes; values to $1.50,
Saturday, 65c gr
Sal of Boys' I
Im' mmd CUUm'i Fall mmd WiaU
inuU tmnm. Including Uolf Cap
Chinchilla and Woolen of all kind.
W are headquarter for the world-r
Stetses HaU, at S3 SO, 14 00, to. . .
Sold tore tKluehrely,
Soft and Stiff Ban.
The HKMt ewaylet hne of Men's
Seel, H.li Seel. Neera.
.pecta!, f I.OO. 13.40, !$.
varieties that every man will
Spil No. 4
m4 Pee Wa4 Sweelee Ceata
V Mat aad lav raf f o
v-..n.3 1 FSLrffT-
It IVMea Mea'e Aa-Weei a 1 ft i.:4f
"HtoJ aad Onm-ere- MfeftX
Sam aM ria teto frcai at p.i-,,'V, A
See matm. Aa1l eaadee i Wk4&$&Wl Mi
rmm1 owd fM onoteea letrao - B&f ft Iti
y a. ft fffy. iifX
1 :d Kftllli
Da Mea'e ! Alt-W 4 1 VS I r.'.ri"; "1 , i f
V eaderfnt munml , '
Bwlt tt. lat,
fwfeet t ft m4 oMatnaf falitie.
Mil SO I
IM feie Me' Aa Caaalee .'
fta tfUmStf Sigiaio aad keettad.
. . v.. ...
n tnting Clothing and
Gun ting Outfits Complete
sfrvtt'A Jlt vsorv tnAleil ne-issa
3, all manufactur
LL WOOL was
j are silent on this
;e peace with their
"ays heen ALL
while they are
'tredth part of a
"V WHAT YOU
THE OVERCOATS " th.
ric! at i newest: medciaj bo backs,
fitted acke ai:d every atyle of pinch
back. Full swafger coata with patch
pockets: satin yoke and sleeve linings.
f lk - worsted materials,
- Ueadweer with fur and plush
Jtah-Rahs and Plush, QC
Special, 45c, 65c and fOC
owned John B.
ur Caps in the city, including
T'Vf I 1 ot,, i' '-Urn '-"'I
All taa k.lievo thee I be th mmM
wtirhU in all turn, i
4 aad uuUaed. Made of ntr
Wrt ta S.o; o: f QQ
; Va' Stara.
r brtt aad Awaxhe ws daav
e-wath Mtt pet tnwM
0 0 ewo m mti m4
'4 ti t oaaaa to) f ar
eo I HI gwtwM He
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