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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, " 1916.
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Slow, Steady to Weak,
as Usual on Friday Lambs
x Mostly Fifteen Higher.
HOOS FIVE TO TZH HIOHEEfSTIFF SATES FOB CALL COIN
Osnalia, Norauioer 14, 1119.'
Receipts mm Cattle. Bon. Ilm
Orflelel Meeds? ......14,191 II. SSI 11.111
Official Tmu .a.. 4,909 14,991 Wit
Official Wednesday... 1,109 IMlt M"
Official Thnrsdne l.t 13.301 11,191
UiUiuii rrMar...... 1,194 17, 404 " 1,494
dsn thla ntk.. 41.lt!
Same days last week.. 41,743
Sams dan I w'ka ae-o.ll.13l
Ham dan I Wka aao.41.il
' Mam daro 4 Wka aso.4S.40O
Hams dan laat year. .I!,MT
47,311 13,'f I
It. Ill 14,441
Cattle Recelota woro liberal for a Frl-
day, els-aty-slz cars bolus roportod In. Tho
ruoo of late nave reallir boon too larso on
' Fridays, Packsrs aro all heavy borers
arty In tho weak and by tho timo Friday
rolu around tber uoualiy nave eoout
many as Uioy nood for the wook and for
tnal reaoon aro generally Tory stow ano
weak buyer. Much cattle ao they happened
to want this mornlns commanded about
-steady prices, but others were stow and
hard to move, while tho feeling was weak.
QttotaOoas on oattio. Uood to aholoe
eerofede, 41.t4011.1t: fair to sood oorn
rods, 94.lt4ylt.v0i oommoo to fair oornfoda
4.1404.40; fancy bsary greasers, tl.tot)
14.40; good 10 choice I raw beeves, 17.144)
t.4t: fur to awd araoa beeves, 44.7I4H.74.
common to fair. 94.1404.T4i sood to obotos
' beirera, 99.b99bi.I9 too. to e notes oows,
9.44f 1.99: fsir to sood oows, 4t.I44.4ti
oammoa la fair cows. 44.lloi.it: sood
choice feeders. 97.ttOI.tt; fsir to sood
. feeders. I4.1407.lt: oommon to fair food'
era. 94.tt04.74: sood to ebelce stoekoro,
47.4404.lti stock heifers. 44.t0O7.14; stock
eowa, .ssoi-ts; stock salves, s. vvvs.ee:
veal salves. 91.stOlv.tt; beef bulla, 14.44
Repreeislatlvs salest , a
14 steers.. tttl 97 74 t oows. ..Itlt II 10
4 leers., 109 7 71 14 steer... 101 7 to
HEIFBRH. , . -
Av. Fr. No. Av. Pr.
. 411 14 04 . II...., ..ill 94 II
. 711 t 40 1 1044 t 14
. 144 I It II.. tit 7 10
.. lit I 19
.1949 I II I.. lilt
. 170 f 71
. 410 I tt 11 449
, 344 9 04 1. ...... 130
9 14.. "; - ' ' .
I. lit 9 10 11 941
9.. U01 4 It . I .171
4....... 447 I II ' ..,,.... 709
11 1011 7 11 I.; 774
YEARLING STEERS AND HEIFERS.
14 144 It It
HossEstlmated receipts of host Indi
cated that today's ran was without Question
the largest so far this (all. and In fact ths
heaviest since last April. Arrivals were
something like 111 oars of 17,104 head
which brought the tout for the five
dan ! to 41,071 head. This to tt, largest
sines March, and Indicates that supplies the'
current week will be amons tho heaviest
If not tho heaviest over received hre dor
ms any week In the month of November.
' The week's run tt 11,101 larser than a week
ago, 11,999 heavier than .two weeks ago, and
14,149 larser thaa for the corree ponding days
last year. t
With ao heavy a run at their disposal
Packers took thslr time about star-tins put,
so that desptts the fsot ' at othsr marksU
wired higher prospects shipper! were able
to buy some hogs hers early that were no
more thaa stsady to at tho op'sst to hlsher,
Hekllns bock did the packers ao good, how
ever, for their first hogs were at least a
nickel higher, land before tha elose they
bought droves on a fully lte higher basis.
Movement, which wsa slow an opening
rounds, livened up later and a good, clear,
aaca was mads by mid.forenoofl.
Most of tho hogs mov 1 a prices that
were 10 lte higher, la somt osaos ovsa
mors of an advenes than that was anotsd,
Whlls on tho other hand first sales were as
noted little or no better thaa stsady. The
general run of hogs was of a mors desirable
day than on Thursday, there being a bigger
percentage of weight stuff offend, and this
naturally helped tho average somewhat
Bulk of the sales leaded at tt.HOI.lt, with
tops oa up to 9l.lt. Values art now at the
week's high spot, and are In fact the highest
sines two wseko ago, being a fsw points
aeove east ween a nose. .
- Representative salest -
NEW YORK STOCKS
Dealings Proceed With Com
plete 'Absence of Excitement
Harking Earlier Sessions.
New Torlc, Nor. J4 DeilinfS St today's
session proceed id with complete absence
of the excitement and wild fluctuation
which characterised operation, of the early
an oi ine jnontn.
The eaufloiw attitude was traceable
to the Increasing 4 Elimination ' exercised
acalnat loans fe speculative purpoees. Stiff
rate held for call money, baaed on forecasts
Indicating a further loss ot rettery ea by local
wsu iu (ions.
Constructive develoDment Included the
declaration of an Initial dividend of S
cent on Atlantle Gulf and West Indies, re
sumption of dividends on Railway steel
splines, and new or increased disburse'
tnents by other Industrial companies.
coppers led tile recovery on reoorta of a
further demand for the metal extending Into
me miaaie or next year. American Smelt
ing, recovered Ma quarterly dividend more
inan twice over, a tremendous rise of S
points with I to 4 points for Utah, Chile and
U rai.br, galnn of 1 to, 3 being made by
Chlno, Ray. Kennecott, Anaconda and Green
United States Bal was at the forefront
throughout, advancing almost I points to
i3i, with increases for Crucible, Colorado
fuel, Great Northern Ore and others. More
striking gains Included tt points for Gulf
States Steel, 10 for Montana Power, 7 for
unio oas, for Pressed steel Car, and
Reading and Union Pacific represented the
man gram rails at l to almost 2 points ad
vances. while numerous low orlced lsauee
of that division showed Improvement, Total
sales or stocks. 1.378. 0t) shares.
jtoca island debentures is and Conner con
vertible Issues were the strong features of
tne oon a market, internationals manifesting
mriner irregularity. Total sales, par value,
united States bonds were unchanged on
Number of uIm sinil tinatmUnnm mm ImmA.
lng stock were ; .
. Sales. High. txtw. Close.
Am. orjut. nunr... i.siiij ion iiiri
American (Jan 1.800 64 62
iu, v-tsr 44t rounary stvv Myt iz
Am. locomotive,., 7,200 91. tt
Am. Smelt. Itef.. sl.ono 120 , J17 111
Am. VeL tt Tel! j!!
Am. ., Lv H.J,.
Baltimore m Ohio.,
Brook. Rapid Tran.
m a. uopper.,..
1.004 HIUA 11 111
1.301 U)t 117 S l?R)i
4,400 II ' 44 1 41
1,100 lot 10
1,100 45 13 lit
1,100 11 4419 I4t(
300 3)t 14 14
1,100 II 17 U II
100 11 23 20
I. IDA 171 U. lit. 17AU
Central Leather... 11,000 111 113 111
Chesapeake it Ohio 1.500 17 61 47
C. R. I. A P. Rv.. Is. ins
Chlno Copper 1,700
i;oio. ruet tc iron., l.tno
Corn Products Ref. 10,600
Crucible Steel , 11,404
, 104 101
Oenersl Eleotrto. .,
areat No. pfd.....
Oreat. No. Ore otfs.
Inter. Con. Corn...
Inspiration Copper. 11,100
Int. M. M. pfd. otfs. 11.100 111
K. C. Southern.... 400 34
Kennecott Copper.. 41,009 41
Louisville A Nuk.. .....
M K. A T. pfd...
Nevada copper. . . .
Mew Tork Central
. x., Ft. H. H . .
Norfolk A Western
Northern Pacific. ,
Pacific Mall .,
Paclf 0 Tel. A Tel..
Pennsylvania 1,400 16
Ray Con. Copper... 1,700 3S
Reading )...., 11,400 101
Rep. lion A Steel.. 17,109" II
Shaltuck Aria. Cop. 1,409 13
Southern Paclflo,,, 1,100 100
Southern Railway.. 1,700 17
Studebaker Co..,,,. 1,700 III
ennessee Copper.. 1,100 16U
100 110 7 710
104 104 4
41 '44 41?
1H 11 17
11 10 11
I 140 13
I lllj 11
1,009 140 131
4t 111 111
ins Company. .. 1,109 111 130 . 133
11,700 141 14714 147t
V. S, Ind. Alcohol., 1,101 111 111
... It 44
.... I ft
II I tl
II I II
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No Av.
II. . Ill ... It 41 70, .141
III. 144 ... 9 19 17.. HI
II. .171 40 9 44 . 74. .109
10.. Ill ,!,.. I t ' II. .311
41.. lit .. 9 19 It, ,199
74.. IM ... I It
1 was. :
:... tl ... 7 it . 41.. 19
14. .144 ... I It
Sheep Peckers called t few of the first
lambs they bought lust steady, bat aa the
bulk of the sfferlags values oootlnoed to
advance, and mors salss were mads lie
higher than any other way. There ware'
Plenty 01 real good lambs offered, and aa
was tho ease yesterday salsa at Us top
were numerous, nearly half tha offerings
going at sia-ie, watoa at. tat highest prlos
ever paid at this season of tho year, and
Is within lte of ths rsoord for ths yards
waicn was astaoiisnea last May. .Several
loeds landed around lll.lt, with mighty
little under this figure. Today's top la Just
tic higher than a week ago, whoa an a
IIOlOo break beet Umbo sold at 111.11, and
prices are quotably lOOIOtt higher. Tho
upturn baa bona shared by slipped lambs,
sums I hat sold at 119.41 today being from,
.n. .am. reen 101 ag taoss that brought
..... ,, rnuay.
readers were eonsplcaou by their ab
sence today. Traders are quoting a top of
i4.vv on tatnos, which means that the
market Is 4to or as much ts half a dollar
hlgner then a wsek ago. Feeding owes have
moved up at least lie, whlls some that are
little more then feeders but are being
bought for breeders are up 40c or mors
uivo a noay,
Quotation, on shsep and lambsi Lambs,
good to choice, 411.l0Oll.lii lambs, fsir to
food lll.loou.io. lambe, feeders, ll.no
11.04; yearlings, good to choice, II.00OI 71:
aarllngs. fair to good, 7.76 0l.7t; rear
Hogs, feeders, 97.sOOl.tO: wethers, fair u
ift'r.. "i ,-xl oholc"
I!,lt-I.I0 ewes, fair to good, II. 10 B I 40-
r"'' i 'M'4.I4; owes, feed;
owes, hrseders, all ages,
m fed lambs
113 fed lambe ........
441 fed lambs 1 ...... ...... .
141 fed lamia !
Ill Wyoming feeding limoe....
104 fed lambs .,
341 clipped lambs
131 Wyoming Ismbs
141 Colorado lambe
lot Wyoming twos
ll fed lambs
441 fed lambs ,
447 fed lambs..,.,,,,,,,,,.,
t4 fed lambs !!".!;
431 led lambs '.
' 11 II
. 19 90
' 11 II
CHICAGO I4VB RTOCK sIAitaUtT.
Cattle, Weakl Hogs.
Chlcsgo, Nov. 14 Cattle Receipt., 4.000
Ileal; market weak: native beef cattle, II 10
10.34: weelern steers, M lt'oit.lli stock
ers and feeders, 94.4007.70: cows and heif
ers, la.Utfl.ee; calves, II.404J1I.7I.
Hogs Receipts, 11,009 head: market
strong, 100 to lie above yesterday's aver
age; bulk of aalea. 9s.l0O10.l4: light, .6l
I. 7li nvlxedi ll.llmo.lOi heavy. 91.450
lt.lt: rough, 9l.4IOI.lt; pigs. .lota.eu.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head;
market strong; wethers, 18.00 01.19: owea.
I4.t0ttl.lt; lambs, tl.IOOU.24. ,
' St. LssU Uva Stoek . Market.
SI. Louis, Nov. 14. Hogs receipts. 14.100;
lower. Ughta. 9l.ISOt.il; pigs. I7.40OI.H
mixed , and butchers, tl.iofylt.oo; good
tl.-.vy, 9l.IS019.lt; bulk, 9l.40OI.9t.
Cattle recelpU. 1.409; steady; native beef
leers. IJ.60trM.lO; yearling steers and
Meiers, 11.61011.19: cows, 91.6107 74'
Blockers 1 and feeders, I6.10O7.60; prims
southern beef steers, 91.00OI.t0: beef cows
and helfere. 14.3607.11: prime yearling
tee re end heifers, t7.M0l.Mi aallve calves
Sheep receipts, MM; stsady; . lambs.
l7.IOOIl.9t; owes, 11.7107.61; y aarllngs.
14.00010.09., , . ' .
' ' Bn.ss aty Uva stsok Market. -.-
Kansas City, Nor. II Cattle Reeelpla.
t.000 head; market aleady; prims ted
.leers, tit.ttou.7l: dressed beef steers.
li.MO10.36: westsra steers, tl.MOlt-36'
oows, tl. 7601.60; heifers, 91.90010 36
Blockers and feeders, I6.34 01.7i; balls, 96.11
07.40; calvea, 9i.60Oll.66.
Hugo Receipts, 6,104 heed; market weak;
lulk of sales, 49.4001.10; heavy, 41.150
' tl.06; packers and butchers. 19.100116
Ight, 9l.ltOI.79-, pigs. 17.36 01.50.
atheep and Lsmbs Receipts. 3,309 head;
' market higher; lambs. 111.60 0 12.10: year,
lings. 11.76 0 11.00 j wethers. 11.60 01.71:
swes,'lt.760I.IO, .. ... .
II, BOO 113 120 HI
tV.VVll Bl B
3541 111 131
34 114 111
21 111 131
B. Steel nfd
waosan pro. "it".
Westlnghouss Kleo, 1,100 11 II - I1U
, .ww. 1 .. ..i, .ieiv,vvv snares,
;V!' Maw Turk Money Marks,; -
New Tork, Nor. 11 Mercantile Paper
sk per ceai.
Sterling Bxchange Slzty-day bills
banks, 14-79: commsroial slsiy-day bills,
14.71; demand, 44.74; cables, 4.7I 7-11.
Silver Bar, 7!e: Mexican dollars. 5lo.
Bonds Oovarnmsat, . steady; railroad,
Tims Loaaa Finn; sixty, ninety days and
BU msnina, ssj per cent.
Call Money Bssleri high, 4 per cent: lew.
1 par eontl ruling rate, 4 per aent; last
loan, BSj per van,, vioetng ota, per IteDt
offered at 1 per eent. .
U. a. r. Is, rag. 99L. ft N. un. Is... 4I
do coupon .... IIM.X A T. 1st I TS U
U. S. Is. rsg...190Mo. P. con Ib.,.,1033
ao eounon ibuibidl eext
U. a 4s. reg.,.,110 N. Y. C. deb. IS.I13S
do eounon ...110taN. T. Cltv 4U, iial?
Am. Smelt. 4s... 119 N. T., N, H. A H. 1
Am. Tsl. A Tel. .or. 4s 11 it
4s 107UNO. Paclflo 4s... 44
i-Prsnch Is. 94 16 do 3s-. . . . e?u
Alch. gen. 41.,.. 14'Or A L. ref. 4s 14
B. A fi. 4s...... II Psc. T. A T. la.. 101
Beth. St, ref. M.lolKPenn. con, 4s,.104
WMH Wk ,B,. B . I,. 1SI.,tUIt
C. AO. ov. 4s. II Itsadtng gen. 4l., 16
C B. A Q. It. Is II 'St. L. A San.. V,
h. r. rer. 11 -
101 lo. Pan. nv. Ke ia.u
C, R. I. A P. - do ref. la 12
Ry. ref. 4s 191 80. Railway ts.102
C. A S. ref, 4s. 16 Union Paclflo Is. 40
D. A R. a. c. 4s. 11 do ov. 4s 14 u
Iris gen. 4 T4HI7. 8. Rubber Is. 102
Oen. Blectrle ls.104U.IT. 8. steel 6.. . 1071I
Ot No. 1st 4s.lO0IVeet. Union I He 17
X. c ref. 4s,.... II 3om. of C-1111,109
.!nt'M:. 4B.10I Bid. ,r.;.r
K. C So. rot ts n . ' '..
Cash Wheat Situation is Very
Dull and Sales Are Ex
, . tremely Light.
8ELLEES HOLD FOE BOOST
" Omaha, November U, 1111.
The receipts of grain In the local market
were fairly heavy but the cash situation on
wheat was very dull and the sales of this
cereal were extremely light. This dullness
m wneat was caused by tne decline in ine
futures and while buyers were willing to
take the smplfs at the decline the sellers
preferred to hold out for their prices. The
wheat market was quoted generally from e
to c lower, but on account or ine ugni
business In this cereal It was practically
Impossible to make up any definite compart
son with yesterday's prices. The sales re
ported at noon showed two ears of No.
hard wheat as I tine at 11.11: a car of No.
hard at il.ll. and a few oara of No. I hard
senios for I1.77WMI,
The corn market was falrty active and
althouah the demand for this cereal was
quite active the marke.t sold from uncTianged
to io tower.
The commercial grades of corn sold quite
readily, with the white variety selling at
a slight premium over the yellow and yel
low ruling about lo above the mixed grade.
The better grades of corn ranged In price
from fOc to tlfco and the pooror sample
Drought ail tho way rroro to fie.
Oats seemed to be the best seller on the
list and while priced generally were steady
a few samples sold about e lower. The
bulk of the oats samples sold at eSOfifiU
and .the lower grades were quoted at blQ
The rye and barley market were rather
quiet and nricea on these articles
uearances were; Wheat and flour eouaJ
io l.Ms.ooe tu.; oats, l&i.ooo
Mverpool close: Wheat lttd lower: corn.
4ja nigner. v.
Primary wheat receipt were 1. 171.000 hu.
and shfements 1,737,000 bu against receipts
of 4,l2fJ00 bu. and shipments of 3,343,000
ou. last year.
Primary corn receipts war 1.014.001 ho.
and shipments 241,000 bu., against receipt
or tzft.ooo du, and shipments of 174,900 b-a,
last year. -
Primary oats receipts were 7X7.000 bu.
and shipments 721,000 bu., against receipts
of 1,140.000 bu. and shipments of 1,040,004)
bu. but year.
. CARLOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
old, 17s; No. 1, old, no stock; No. tl, new,
us d. .
CornSpot American mixed, new, 13a 8d.
CHICAGO citAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Wheat Indergeee Freeh ltWfc iwlnf to
PosslbllHy of Embargo.
Chicago, Nov, :" 24. Embargo prospects
gave such an advantage to the bears In
wheat today that rallies to European buy
ing failed to hold. The market closed weuk,
tv,c to J "sic net lower, with t'ecember at
S1.714& ei.78Tt and Mar .1 l.Bt,A fi l.thK.
Other leading ataples, too, all tfhowed a eet
baek corn Wo to 0 c, ats SSc
to tt&c and provisions 2$ Bo to 37 He
A majority of traders appeared concerned
over an opinion current that the embargo
law might be mit lirto effect with little de
lay and that the fact that leading buyers
were foreign governments would not pre'
vent ine enrorcemeni or ine siaiuie. i.ineu
hood of another Increane of the United
tttatM vleltOe supply total on Monday count-
M a mo against tne dumb.
Kirti males of the total sates to foreigners
were dlRappolntlng. the highest aggregate
mentionea Detng vuu.uuu DUrincu..
laatest advlcee from Argentina were that
rains In southern Argentina were of real
benefit and that the crop outlook was more
i:orn swayed wiin wnut ana cuiFen nei
Better weather, oolntina to enlarged
celpts, was only temporarily offset by an
improved export demand. Oats averaged
lower with other cen-aln.
Provisions weakened after a bulge that
as due to higher quotations on hogs. It
was said that export trade was smaller and
soutnern aemana poor.
Chicago Cash frices wneat: no. b rea,
11.12: No. I red, H.77H01-H; No. 1 hard,
nominal; No. hard, 11.8. Corn: No. Z
yellow, I67c; No. 4 yellow, 3H1Ac;
No. 4 white, MeyMKc Oata: No. 3 white.
67 e M I itandard, 67 b t Rye :
No. t. nominal; No. a, $1.60. Barley: fOrtt
$1.3!. Seedfi; Timothy, I3.25&1. 26-, clover,
111. 00015.00. Provisions: Pork IH8.50; lard.
$11.70; ribs, H4.e24ei4.7S.
Butter Higner: creamery, 2szc.
rEggs Receipts, 1,766 cases, unchanged.
afotatoes neceipis, so cars; uncruuigea.
Poultry Alive. higher; fowls, 14Mio;
springs, Ific; turkeys. Me.
Chicago bi 267 ; Ul
Minneapolis . ..... .... .,464 ,.
Duluth Ul ' . . -1 ..' ,,
Omaha 43 tt 27
Kansas City 168 27 ' S
St. Louis 61 17 10
Winnipeg ..1016 , ..
"These sales were reported today: '
Wheat No, 1 hard winter, 2 oara, $1.13
xtftoa Btooh Market, .
London. Nov. 14. American secnrlt.
were reactionary on the decline in Wall
street yesterday. ' The oloelng was dull.
Hiiver Bar, 14 ll-l4 per ounce,
Money4 per cent f ' MJ-
Discount Rates hort bills, tHl nor
cant; three months, Utt)! par cent.,
Omaha, Nov. 24. Bank claarlnm for
Omaha today wore $M24,tlt.ll and for the
corresponding, day laat year 14,301,911.11.
', Mlansn polls Grain Markei.
Minneapolis, Nov. 14 Wheat Decem
ber, 11.89 : May. l.tt 4t.t2f4. Cash: No.
nara. t l.wa Vi un; wo. i northern.
l.84ll.ia4; No. I northern. tl.l4u.a
Oorn No. 1 yellow, ItHOIOc. V
Oats- No. t wMte, 64i066o.
Flour Kanoy. Uc lower, ouoted at llO.M:
other grades unchanged. , ;
liariey Sci.i7. ...
Rye tl.47Vl.4t. '
Bran $17.ti04 21.40." 1
Nt. Joseph Uvo Ntork Market.
St. Joseph, Mo., Nov. 34. Cattle Re-
i.lpts. too head: market steady; steers,
$.tflfyl0.&9: cows and helfera, M.tiet.&O;
calves, t7.oot ia.no.
Hoge-f-Recetpte, 1,01)0 head: market slow
to aleady; .top. $0.10; bulk of sales, $0.1640
Hheep and Lamba Rrnelptm 2,00 head:
market strong to 10 higher; Umbs. $11,109
Manx City I-lva Kiek Market.
Sioux City. la.i Nov. 24. Oat tie Recelnta.
tua head; market steady; beef steers. $fi,00
tOf.on; butchera, It.Btij. t a; caYners, $4.00
6.S6; bulla, stage, etc.. IH.864iS.0O,
Hoge Heceipta, f.&oe head: market Sc to
lftc higher; light, 8.7t0t.OO: mixed. 19 l
ni.io: heavy. Il.l0ttl0.0il: bulk at mIm
Kheep and isambe Receipts. 1.S00 head:
market ateady; lambs, $t.t0sl3.oo.
Kamws City General Market.
Kansas City, Nov. 24. Wheat No. 1 hard.
t).l8tl.7; No. 2 red, $1.1301.1..; Decem
ber, I1.T0; May. $l.!2a.
Corn No. 1 nilxed. I4i4 68c: No. 2 white.
0t07e; No. 1 yellow. Oft 01c; Decem
ber, 014401ec; May, 2c
yo ai.4tr ...
St Louis Grain Market.
St Louis, Nov. 24. Wheat No. 2 red.
nominal; No. 2 hard, nominal; December,
$1.11; May, 01.14.
corn no. i, tsc; No. J whit, tttte: Da.
camber, 9c; May, nc
uata no. . no. I white, nominal.
New Tork, Nov. 24. uaar Raav: -ntH.
fugal, fi.02u; molasses. 6.15c. Refined, dull;
granulated, T.tOc. Futures opened nler
under acttered liquidation. At noon prlcee
were e to it poiats low
No. 2 hard winter, 4 cars, $1.11. No. I hard
winter, 1 car, $1.81; 1 car, $1.71; 1 car,
11.77; 4 cars, $1.77; 1 ear. $1.71. No. 4
hard winter, 1 car, $1.80; 1 car, $1.70. No.
spring, 1 car, 11.11. No. I durum. 1 car.
$1.10. No, 1 mixed, 1 car, 4 1.7 7. Bunple mix
ed, 1 car, $1.72,
Rye No. I, X car, 1.46
Barley No. 4. 1 car. $1.07. 8am Die. 1 ear.
Corn No. t white: 1 ear. tJo. No. I
white: 1 car, tlo; 1 car, 01c No. 4
white: 1 ear, 01c No. t yellow: 4 cars,
01 Ke. No, $ yellow: 14 2-1 cars, lie.
No. 4 yellow: 1 car, OOHe; 1 ear, OOo. No.
yellow: l oar, 10c. No. 2 mixed: 1 earn.
00 40. No. 2 mixed: 1 car, Olo; 0 oara,
OOHo; $ cars. 00c. No. 4 mixed:. 1-1 oar,
Itttc No. t talxed: 1 car, OOe. t
Oata Standard: I can. II Ue. No. I
white:' I cars,, 6Bo. No. 4 white: t oara,
l4o. Sample white: 4 cars, 64 Ha.
Omaha Caah Prices Wheat: No. 2 har.
$1.8001.02: No. I hard. $1.71401.11: No. 4
hard, f 1.7001.80; No. I spring, $1.8201.81;
No, 2 spring, $1.75 01.12;. No. S durum,
corn No. 1 white, tiuooiue: No. I
while, 91 01 Me; No. 4 white, OOH0Ole;
No. 0 white, IO0OOUo; No. I white, 100
No. 1 yellow, O10Olie: No. I yellow.
OOHOOlo; No. 4 yellow, I0Ijhj; No,
yellow, OO0OOc; No. yellow, 8O0!OHc;
No. mixed, 10 He; No, I mixed, 000
Olo; No. 4 mixed, !l08OVje; No. I mixed.
lIHBOo; No. 0 mixed, II 088a.
oats No. 1 White, OftU 0SftUo: atandard.
OI0tiao; No. I white, I40o; No. 4
uariey liaiuna. ii.Hai.ist Ha l mn.
Rye NO. 2. IL44U401.4IU: No, t. 11 411.
OMho Putnres Maj-kot.
Tha export aalea of wheat from the local
market have been very light during the
last few days and, while tha, traders are
generajijr oi tne opinion that high prices
ar to- prevail, tha talk of an embargo has
created a bearish sentiment and has. In a
measure, temporarily affected the foreign
demand The opening prices on Wheat were
a trifle bearish and while May wheat re
covered some of tha early loss, the De
cember article remained around tha low
price ot tha day,
Tha oorn market waa rather active, with
sentiment pretty evenly divided, and prices
on this article held within a narrow range,
the Mar opening at 02002 q and elosing
Tho bulk of the trade In oats waa In th
May article, with the market Inclined to
be a trine bearish and both the .May and
December options closed 44 o lower.
jtdOcai rage ot options:
Art. 1 Open. High. Low., Close.
Wht J f '
Dee. 1 71 1 70 171 1 7H
May i II 1 IS m 1 82
July 1 11 1 II 160 I $0
Deo. 8080. s 80 II 81
May 02091 01 01 02
July 11 ' 01 01 01
Ie, . - 16 II 14 14
May 0I 10 60 00
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
ait South Sixteenth' Htreet, Omaha:
Art. 1 Open. High. Low. Close. Tea
Wht, I I "
Deo, 1 10 1 80 171 1 71 181
May 1 180 1VI7 111 180187
July t 00 1 67 168 1 l 114
Dee. 03 ' 04 02 ; 03 01
May 060,, 0 00 , 00 04
July 080 05 ' 0ft 06
Oata. ,, .!
Dec. 07 67 It - 60 07
May 010 01 01 II 01
July 00 10 07 - 17
Jan. 37 06' 27 86 37 80 27 80 37 70
May 27 00 37 70 27 40 27 40 27 60
Jan. 10 47 10 63 10 32 It 82 It 46
May 10 46 U 60 It 80 10 80 II 87
Rib. , .
Jan. 14 70 14 80 14 02 14 12 14 07
Mair 14 07 14 17 14 76 14 76 14 77
. Liverpool Grain Market.
Liverpool, Nov. 24. Wheat Spot No. 2
hard winter, no stock; No. 1 Manitoba,
Mat. 1:30; Evng. St20. Last tire time,
THE CHICAGO ENGLISH OPERA
COMPANY In Repertolr.
i TUa Afternoon, "Cleopatra" 'and
' "C. Valeria Rusticans'
TONIGHT -"IL TROVATORE1
PRICES Mat, SOe te M. Te
aignt, SOe la 12.00
Tomorrow Return Engagement
-WHERE ARE MY CHILDREN?"
THE BEST Or VAUDEVILLE
Laat two timaa of Kalmar aad Brown,
Odtva and curreat hill.
MATINEE TODAY, 2:15
Early Curtain Tonight, 8:15
-OMAHA'S FUN CENTER."
U'r-r Besailrs, U-U-SIVTo..
rOR THANKSGIVING WEEK. A NEW ONI?
c! SIGHT SEERS B
"ConeUble" Will J. Kennedy. "KaUer" Jaek
Miller, Carnival Four and a great east Cos
tumes and equipment by the ton. Home
wrecking beauty chorus.
(Final Performance Frktny Night.) "
TUoW DUno Matinee Every Weak Day., i
NEW TORK .OEM ERA L MARKET.
Retsesstona Outnumber Advances nt Opening
4( Market .
New Tork, Nov, 24. Flour Bnay; spring
patents, 10.4000.06; winter patenU. 08.600
0.00; winter straight, 81.3O0I.Ofi.
Wheat Spot, easy; Mo, 1 durum, 12.17;
No. 2 hard, 11.00; No. 1, northern, Duluth;
12.07; No. 1, northern, Manitoba, 12,18, t. o.
Corn spot, easy, no, z yellow, i.o, c.
f.. New Tork, ten days shipment 5
Oata Spot, unsettled. ,
leather Firm: hemlock first Vste; sec
onds, 64o. ' f .
Hay taadr: No. 1. 11.1001.16: No. 3.
81.06; No. 3, OSe; shipping, 80086c.
Hops Steady: state, common to chonce,
018, 46060c: 1016, 8016ci Pacific coast,
1010, 13010c; 101ft, 9&Vic.
Hides Firm: Bogota, 44MjC4&c: central
Provisions Pork, firm: .mesa, 831.000
32.00; family, $32.00014.00; spot, -clear,
130.00031.00. Beef, steady; mess, 128.000
28.60; family, 126. 60037. 00. . Lard, weak:
middle west, 17.OO017.26.
Tallow Firm; city, lie; nominal: country,
ll011c; special. lle.
Mutter Steadier: receipts, 7, OS tubs;
creamery, 41043c; firsts, 38 041c; tet
pnda, 8703iTe. i
Eggs Firmer: receipts, v 4,i3 panes;
fresh gathered extra fine, 41060c: extra
firsts, 46040c,; firsts, ,43 0 46c; seconds, 39
Cheese Firm ; receipts, 1,880 boxes: state.
fresh specials, 24 024c; state, average
fancy, 23 034c.
Poultry Dressed, firm: chickens. 20081c:
fowls, 10022c; turkeys, 26034c.
Poultry Alive, irregular; chickens,
fowls, 11010c; turkeys, 31020c.
3 THE STORE FOR THE PEOPLE C
Features DetterUaluos for Less Money
in their Ladies' Coat and Suit Department for Saturday. We offer
an extensive line of Salts and Esquimette Plush Silk Velour Coats at
prices that smashes the high cost of production. Always a, "square
deal" here, and the right goods at the right time.'
, SECOND FLOOR TAKE ELEVATOR FOR LADIES' GARMENTS
Swift & Company
Union Stock Yards.
Dividend No. 122
Dividend of TWO DOLLARS (12.09) per
aharo on the eaoital stock of 8wift A Com.
psnr, trill b paid on January let, 1917, to
stockholders of record, December 9, 1911,
as shown on the books of the Company.
un account of annual meeting, transfer
books will be closed from Dec 19. 1911. lo
Jan. 4, 1917, lnclu.lv.. , ,
r. a. nAiwAHU, secretary.
Hmw'i a Piclur. I Wish
' ET.ry Mosi. Faa in Town
v Could Saa Than Erary
Othar P.rson as Wall
It'. Called '
and Features'- ,
Eiby Mirie Osborne
Thia prtHluetion ia not ':
v based en any great quae
, on, ainply plarin hom.
' III., and th. iMdinf part
ia plajrod by a cloTar lit
- tl.misa, but th.r.'a 90
. much roal comedy and
haart pathos in it, and,
in .11, it'a ao real to Ufa,
. that I am actually "crazy
SO00 $22 Sw: 2450
' Now on aala. . .. . . aal. .. , ......... .
Ladioi' NoT.Ityi ' Ladi.a' All-Wool ;' L a d I a ' All-Wool
Cloth Coat., cap. CQCH V 1 o r a, , n...ly t4 ntrt V.l.n, .nd F, (4 rnfl
collars, .orr.c t, MUU tnmm.d, ,ood j.U ) I llJU Nowlty Cloth Coat. J 1 HUU
9tyl.9 worth 1S. , VJ una at $18.50. Now Itm wort), J2000 I fj
Now on aal. - on aal. , Now on aal. . . s.
Specials in Men's Suits and 0'Coats- -iMain Floor
1 ' ',-
M.nV SuiU or Or.r- t A I C Men'i Suif or Balmar- ...ir Man'l Suit, or Or.r. DiAlT
srs1';.!! :,:,.";.orth o -..Tsrt: 5 1 045 rr' wrth 51 245
now on tala...... uU ' W 20, now on sala. . , 'j
Men', Mackinaw.; .11 f M Qt Man'. Worsted Pant. j 0 4 1 C Men'. J.cy Ribbed - An
color., worth 7.50-fl!'J all sires, worth $2.00, I " J Union Suit., worth RflP
now on aal... ....... now on aal. ' $1.00, now on aal., J U
Man'. Work or Ores. CAOQ Men'. Work Gloves fsk ' Ladies' Ivory Two-ton. ' J a ft Q
Shoes, worth $3.50 V ww knit wrists, worth 15c, brona. and champagn. . J A Jj 0
owon.al.......... now on aal.... WW Sho.., worth to $10, ; f
! i i now on sale ......... '
Men'. Roll Collar Gray A A JJS' bH ' ' 110 A '-' ,'. F&i. H.tn.tlteh. -
on sale. ..... ,V DOW on ' worth 10c, now on ..Is, TV
THE NOVELTY CO.
214-216 N. 16th Street
BERNSTEIN & KRASNE, Props. ,
THERE'S A PLACE FOR "U" IN
F.rnam N.ar rift.snth .
of Opening DatejSoon.
Marking . New, Epoch in Photo
pl.y Pr.t.ntation in Omaha -
, GARC1NETTI BROTHERS
DAVIS AND ELMORE .",'
BELL AND FREDA
Tha Man Who Went Sane," Featurine
' DONALD HALL -
-. First Showing
11 Uwb Paramount Picture.
. In a Powerful Drama el Dianwnds -aa.
"The Year of the Locust"
HI D D .Adsslsslesi ahrars 10c,
I r g, , eacst4 far extxeoroixtary
Opea Frosa II A. M. te II f. M.
Last Times Tods.
in "THE STORM." 4
A toUitlilBf eVsma ml human heart intitreet
The Hauling Boss
9000 Now in Use
4 & ' f -,
Stfindard Oil Compiiny . CuJahy Packing Company
Armour & Company U. S. Mail Contractors ,
Morris & Company Schlitz Brewing Company
Indian Refining Company , . Butler Paper Company
Fleishmann Yeast Company Montgomery Ward & Co.
and thousands of smaller users everywhere ' .
Smith Form-a-Truck has become
' the leader in motor truck sales and
service in the short space of fifteen
. months. ' y" . " .
9,000 havar,been delivered and are
now in daily service, some as parts
of fleet equipment for many of the
biggest concerns in the country;
thousands of others as single units
for small companies who find in
'Smith Form-a-Truck the real solu
tion of economical, efficient hauling.
Smith Form-a-Truck has established
a ton-mile hauling cost fully 50
lower than that obtained from any
other form of hauling service.'
The Smith Form-a-Truck attach
ment combines with any Ford power
plant to make a one-ton truck.
Big, new developments adapt it
equally well to Dodge, Maxwell,
Buick, Overland and Chevrolet cars.
Attachments to combine with a still
- greater number , of power plants will
follow as fast as manufacturing
facilities provide. .
In daily service in every line of work .
Smith Form-a-Truck is demonstrat
ing that it will do the work of two
or three horse drawn wagons in
one-fourth the time and at less than -.half
And yet "the Smith Form-a-Truck
costs no more than' a good pair of
horses.'; ' t
nave established the Smith Form-a-...
Truck Co. as one of the biggest and
best, manufacturers in the motor
Work is already under way doubling
the present capacity of the factory.
Plans are fully completed for the"
production of 30,000 Smith Fonn-a-Truck
attachments next year. - I
Material is contracted manufactur
v. ing arrangements have been made.
In fifteen months Smith Form-a-Truck
has grown from a manufac '
uring idea to the leading producer of
delivery equipment of the world.
And yet the future' growth of the
Demand is growing in leaps and
bounds as- users everywhere have
had their hauling costs cut below
all previous records. ., 1
Big companies placing trial orders for a few
Smith Form-a Truck attachments have
increased their demand until many are
using hundreds. ' V
Users of single Smith Form-a-Truck at
tachments have fou'nd their business radius
so enlarged by this new form of hauling
i that they have been compelled to double
and treble their original order to take
care of increased business; Y
In every line of service, under every con
dition of use. iSmith Form-a-Truck fur-"
nishes the lowest operating cost ever
developed in transportation.
Smith Form-aTruck Co.
. 1470 lVaichigan Poulevard, Oikago, U. S. A
HENRY. & CO. ,
1529 N. 16th Street, Omaha, Neb. - Phone Webster 337.
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