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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1920.
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South Side '
St Joe Man Finds
iWife and Daughter
In Rooming House
Carpenter Denounces Spouse
But Tells Police He Wants
Custody of Two-Year-Old
Clarence Miller, packing house
employe of St. Joseph, Mo., was ar
rested at 11:15 Tuesday night at 2508
N Street, where, it is Relieved, he
was living with Mrs. Bertha Tribble
and her i-yer-old daughter. The
couple was located by Mrs. Tribble's
husband,' cam Tribble. a carpenter of
St.Josoph, who, without any help
from the police, traced them to the
rooming house in Omaha.
Held on Mann Act Charget.
Miller is being held on charges of
violation of the Mann act. Mrs.
Tribble is held as a witness. She
has her baby with her in the ma
tron's quarters at the Central police
Tribble told police that his wit'u
and little daughter left St. Joseph
last Wednesday. He had no idea
that she had been associating with
Miller but upon making inquiry
learned that the pair had bought .a
ticket to Omaha.
He learned that Miller was a
packing house worker and so when
i lie came here in search of his wite
and girl he started a canvass of the
rooming houses in the packinghouse
Don't Care About Wife.
At the first place he went to the
landlady said that a couple answer
ing his description of his wife and
Miller had been stopping there since
1 Thursday as man and wife.
Tribble led the police to the
rooms Tuesday night.
"I don't care about my wife, now,"
declared Tribble. "I just want my
Tribble said he would file charges
South Side Gun Toter Is
Fined $25 In Police Court
Albert May, negro, 2603 Patrick
avenue, was arrested at Twenty
eighth and Q streets .Tuesday mid
night. A .45 caliber revolver was
found on his person. The revolver
was taken from him and he was
f.ned $25 in South Side police court
Market, Financial and Industrial News of the Day
Omaha. Oct. 13.
South Side Brevities
The South Omafca Womin'i club and
their friend will have charge of the
Humane .octety drive In South Omaha
Friday and Saturday.
Robert M. Shrader, owner of property
at 1410 K etreet, applied yesterday for
a writ to oust Mrs. Mary Broderlck. He
allege, atve haa failed, to pay rent.
The Woman'a Aid society of Clifton
mil Pr.sbvterlan church will hold a
jnage aalo Friday momma i
atreot. oppoalte the Armour
Police Judge Fitzgerald sentenced Frank
Hcraek. 3110 X street, to 0 daya In Jail
for illegal" possession ot liquor. Police
Ustlfted that they found a still and a
ciuantlty of mash in Herick a home Tues-
Tlie'u'huanlan ritiiens of South Oma
ha will hold a mans meeting Thursday
rJenTng at New Settlers' hall. Thirty
sixth and U streets, for the purpose of
protesting against the activities of the
follsh armies in Europe Action Will
also be taken asking representatives of
ihe United States government to ssUt
In l-rlnglng about peace with the warring
faction In Europe.
Omaha, Oct. 13.
Accumulated arrivals of grain
over the holiday were large, with
wheat and oats receipts leadfg.
The demand for wheat was excel
lent at an advance of 3c to 4c. Urn
was up lc to 2c. Oats sold readily
at unchanged figures. Rye was ua
- a- ...u;i. hartrv WH Ufl-
C lO HC, wum.
WW V. k T
No. 1 hard: 1 car dark lc off for un
sacking). It": 1 dark)' 2
cars, if.ii; a .-.
Si I hard: 1 car (dark). $2.13;
heavy,: $3 AoYi V.r's. ,: 1 cars. J.0S
4 r (imuitV). U.OT. cars (smutty)
. s cars. If.07: 1 car, ll.OS
a V. Smutty). $5.00: I cars
12 05: 4 cars (smutty), $3.04;
smutty) ,a.0J. , .j05.
v i h.rrf- i car. I3.0S t cars, 13.03,
t "cars, 13.011: 1 car. l-9;
No. 1 spring: 1 cars (dark).
i.i.rki. 12. 18: 1 car, "
1 car (very
Official Monday ....1I.0J4 4.44
Official Tuesday ...10.111 4,317
EttlmaU Wednesday 7,000 4.400
1 days this week . . .SS.lia 11.140
Hame daya last week 40.030 lO.Slt
Same days 1 wk ago 47.161 11,141 101,104
Kama days 1 wk ago 42.004 14.CS1 M.J3
Same daya year ago (0.131 14,004 73.770
CattleReceipts of cattle were Jus',
fair again today the estimate calling for
cars or about 7,000 head. Trade
not vary active on anything In the alter
line and at the beat killing steers and
leeders were not any mora than steady
with yesterday. Cows opened 36o higher
but later droppel to a steady bails, the
bulk of the aupp'y aold that way. Real
choice heavy Montana beevea brought
Quotations on cattle Choice to prime
beeves, 110.(04)17.60; good to choice
beeves. 114.40 14 36; fair to good beeves,
I13.00Q 14.00; common to fair beevea,
I10.004jll.00; choice to prims yearlings,
$1( 004)17.(0; good to choice yearlings,
$14.(04) 11.00; fair to good yearlings,
$11. 004jf 14.00; common to fair yearlings,
$0.00011.(0: choice to prime grass beeves,
$11.00011.(0; good to choice grass beevss,
$0.(0011.(0; fair to good grass peeves,
$S.OO0 IS; common to fair gras Tjeeves,
$4.0001.(0; Mexicans. $.007. 75; choice
to prime grass cows, $7.1(0(.15; good to
choice grsss cows, 14. (007. 24; fair to good
grass cows. $(.(004.(0; common to fair
grans cowa, $1.7(0(.1(; choice to prime
feedera, (1.71011.00; good to choice feed
ers, $. 6001.7$; medium to good feeders.
$7.(001.(0: common to fair feedera, (4.00
07.(0; good to choice stockers, $8.3(0
.!(; fair to good alockera. $7.0008.24;
common to fair stockers. $(.0006.76; stock
heifers. $(.0007.(0; stock cows, $4.7(0
6.25; stock calves. $6.0001.(0; veal calves,
$$.00011.00; bulls, ataga, etc., $(.0007.(0.
Hogs Something like 4.400 hogs wore
received for today's trade and the market
ruled dull and draggy throughout. A few
shipping hoga sold early at prices 10815c
higher but packers held out for atesdy
cost and larger packing drovea were
finally put up at prlcea ateady to perhaps
a dime higher In spots. Bulk of supply
changed hands at $11.1(014.10, with best
Ught hogs making a top of $14.76.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts of sheep
and lamba were moderate thla morning
and the demand was also limited. Parkers
bought fst lamb at declines of l(02(c
paying up to (11.1(011.(0 for best
killers. Fat nheep were generally steady
Innulrv for feedera had a fair degree of
activity and little change occurred In this
branch or tna traae. uesiraDie reeaing
lambs moved out up to $11.00 and better.
' Quotations on Sheep Killers: Best fat
western lambs, $12.3(013.(0; medium to
good lambs, $11. 75013. !6; plain and
coarse lambs. IU.l(eil.T; choice nanny
coarse lambs. $11.00011.(0; choice handy
yearlings. (8. 2501.75; heavy yearlings,
$7.6001.25: aged wethers, $(.7(06.(0;
good to choice ewes. (4.5006.00; fair to
good ewes. $4.0004.(0; cull and canner
ewes. $1.(001.00. Feeders: Best light
lambs, (11.1(0 11.00; f"-lr 10 Sod lambs,
(11.1(011.60; Inferior grades, (10.000
11.00: yearling wethers, $7.7501.00; year
ling ewes, breeders, $7.7(0S.OO; good to
choice young ewes, $(.(007.(0; one year
breeders. 15.0005.76; good to choice feeder
ewes. 4.Tttst.35; fair to gooa reeaers.
$4.0004.(0; shelly feeders. (1.3503.76.
Chtcat-o) Live Stock.
Chicago, Oot. 11. Cattle Receipts, 11.-
tOO head: market atesdy, slow; early bids
lower; few good and fair choice steers soia
t (15.(0015.75; prime cattle scarce;
grsssy kinds draggy. is.own.zo; cows
dull; bulk, $(.I(0J.(O; canners mostly
$1.7(04.00; bologna bulls steady, (6.000
(.76; calves opening lower, $16.00016.50;
grassy calves mostly $1.(0011.00: feeders
slow to shad easier; receipts, westerns.
(,000 head; quality plain; market well.
Hogs Receipts, ia.uuo neau-, .miwi
mostly 15016c higher than yesterday's
average: top, one load, lis.su: ouia ngni
and butchers. $15.16016.80; bulk packing
sows. (14.1(014.35; pigs strong.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, if,""" neao;
fat stock opening slow, steady, with yes
terday s average; cnoice native lira ia
packers, $11.00; bulk. $11.00012.00; good
western, $11.2(; choice unsold fat ewes
quotable up to $6.76; bulk, $5.005.50;
feedera active, fully ateady.
Kansas City Live Stock,
Kanaaa City. Mo.. Oct 11 Cattle Re
ceipts, 10.000 head; market nigner;
heifers, stsaay to zs cenis niar,
choice lots. $1100011.15; calves, 25 to 60
cents lower; ail other classes mostly
steady; corn fed s,teers. $17.70.: grassers,
18.00014.00; good and choice vcalers.
$14.(0015.00; top. $11.25.
Hogs neceipie, o,vvv nnn; uwi nuiu
to shippers. 20 to $0 cent higher tno.i
yesterday's average; other kinns closing
15 to 25 cents higher: top. $16.26; bulk
Itght and medium. $14.(0015.10; bulk.
heavy, fit.3avi4.ai. .
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, t.000 hesd;
sheep mostly 26 cents higher; western
twes. ii.36: native lamoa. mronn, iup,
$11.90; western lambs, slow and draggy:
early top, $1-40; beat, unsold at 11 a. m.
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioux Ctty. la.. Oct 13. Cattle Re
ceipts. l.ttO head; market steady to weak;
fed steers and yearlings, $10.00017.00;
grass steers, $0.00011.00: grass cows. 15.25
01.00; fat cows and heifers. $8.00012.(0;
canasrs, $S. 7505.26; vealers. $4.(0013.00:
common calves, $4.6001.50; feeders, $7 00
010.16; feeding cow and heifers, $4,000
(.25; stockers, $6.0008.60.
Hogs Receipts, (.(00 head: market
ateady, ISo higher; light, (14.25014.60;
mixed, $14.00014.26; rough, $13.(0014.00;
bulk of sales. $13.76014.25.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 10,000 head;
St- Joseph Live Stock.
St. Joseph. Mo, Oct. 13. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2.000 head; market stesdy; steer
$8.00014.50: cows and heifers. $1,600
16.60; calves, $6.50014.00; stockers and
feeders. (S. 00010.10.
h Hogs Receipts, (.000 head: market 10
cents higher; top, tis.ou; cum, sit.uvv
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 5.000 head:
market steady; lambs, $1.(0013.00; ewes,
Chicago. Oct. 1$. Butter Lower;
creamery. 42 0 (6c.
Eggs Unchanged: receipts, 10.931 cases.
Toultry Allvr easy: fowls, general run,
23c; springs, 234o; turkeys, 40c.
12.20; 1 car
$2.1(; 1 car
No. 2 spring:
No. I spring:
U5' . . A
So. I. mixed:
(durum). I.. .
No. 3 mlxea; 1 car. '!
$2 01; 1 car (smutty), si.ev- ,
. ( mixed: 1 car (durum). $1.(0.
Sample mUed: 1 car, $1.$$.
No. 3 durum
1 white! 1 car, sic.
whits: 6 cara. sic.
1 white: 1 car,
1 yellow: 2 cars, i t.
2 yellow: cr, v.
S yellow: 1 car. sec.
1 mixed: 1 car. Sic.
1 mixed: 3 cars. sic.
t white: I care. ic.
3 white: Xt cars. "nc.
4 white: i car,
u w, l car. iiii..
No. 2 mixed: J era. (10
No. 1 mixed: 1 car, lie.
,yNo. 3: 1 car. ll.N; $ cars. $1 63 4
By CHARLES D. MICHAELS.
Chleaga Tribune-Omaha Baa Leased Wire.
Chicago, Oct. 13. Removal of
hedges, against sales of cash1 wheat
for export resulted in an active and
higher market after an early break
today. Corn was bought- freely by
strong interests and advanced read
ily. Profit taking made a reaction
in all grains and the finish was at
net gains of 2 to 2jC on wheat, H
Q7Ac on corn, unchanged to J4c
higher on oats, 3H3Hc higher, on
rye and 4c on barley.
Wheat dropped 3c early as the re
sult of selling induced by the weak
ness in the northwest Tuesday, when
Chicago was closed. Thompson &
McKinnon and Logan & Bryon
were free buyers of May at $2.05 on
resting orders which checked the
downturn. Later the seaboard sen;
heavy buying orders and a bulge to
$2.12 followed. At the top Decem
ber showed 28J2C above the recent
low point. The agitation on the
part of farmers for higher prices is
a factor in all grains, and had some
effect on local sentiment.
Large Export Trade.
A very large- export business was put
through In cah wheat via the gulf and
the seaboard during the past two days.
Premiums on cash wheat were firm,
with No. 1 red. 13011c and No. 1 hard,
8 0 9c over December on track at Chicago.
A part car of No. 1 red aold at 11.37,
while No. 1 hard brought 12. 1802. UH.
Durum No. 1 northern was l(02Oo and
No. 1 northern (0114)0 over Decsmber.
Receipts. It cars winter, 13 cars spring
and 3 cars mixed.
Heavy buying of May corn by I.oitan
ft Bryan and Bennett ft Farnum-Wlnter,
which was attributed by traders ss for a
leading local Interest, widened the December-May
spread at ie at once, the
greatest difference so far, and at the last
May was 4Ho over. October closed lc
lower and at a discount ' of c under
the December, getting under the latter
delivery for the first time on the crop.
Local sentiment was decidedly mixed.
Eastern demand for cash corn ahowed
considerable Improvement, and 100,000
bushels were cold for export at the sea
board. Country offerings were small and
recelpta of 804 cars were not large, being
for two days. Tellow sold early at 6V0
84c over, but at the last was quoted at
6c over the December. Sample values
were unchanged to He higher.
Oats Lower at Close.
Despite heavy buying of December oats
by Lewis, who has been conspicuous on
that side for several days, delivery showed
an easy undertone and closed 44c under
May against 4 it c on Monday. Trade was
falrlv liberal at times. Cash prices
showed little change as compared with
the December. Shipping demand was bet
ter, with sales of 176,000 bushels. Sam
ple values unchanged, with receipts 207
Rye showed more strength than other
grains buying of n liberal amount of De
cember by a leading cash Interest being
the main Influence. Germany took a few
loads at the seaboard and local handlers
sold 40,000 bushels at 25o over December,
track Baltimore, against 24o over Mon
day. No. 3 on track was 6c over Decem
ber, with aalo at (1.671. Receipts. 12
CCholce barley ndvanced 6c and other
grades 2 06c. Demand was much better
ond offerings light. Exporters bid $1.05
tor 4$-pound malting barley, track New
York, but no aalca were reported. Spot
sales were at 77c 0 $1.05. Receipts, 18
Wheat traders construe the government
figures on farm reserves October 1, re
ceive late In the day. as moderately
bearish. They show 477.000,000 buahels,
which Indicates lighter marketing In pro
portion to the supply than In the past
three years, as the percentages of the
crop have ranged from 2( to 45 pi' cent.
Kansas City wired Thompson 4 Me
KmJon: "In '.pit. of .11 the pub Ictty
Lelng given out a. to the farmer holding
wheat, I am told that line houses bough,
a lot of wheat In the last 4S hours at best
basis on the crop."
The Northwestern Miller says: "H -porta
indicate the probability that the shipping
Loard will reconalder It. preposterous de
cision fixing ocean freight rate, on wheat
relatively far below flour rates. A recon
sldereion la absolutely necewary ,f the
export flour trade Is to b savsi from
The Drovers Journal, commenting edi
torially on the farmers' , ft
cart: "Condition, are rueh that there wi.l
undoubtedly be considerable response to
this call, enough, perhaps, .o "
market temporarily. But as ths prlca
bigln. to advance. If It does, many will
v'.-aken and the wheat will .tart to mov.
with the natural result "
Joseph Wild of E. W. Wagner ft Co.,
sums up opinions offered at Minneapolis
meeting of National Grain Dealers asso
ciation as follows: "As to a fnir price for
wheat on the Laals of Chlca.o December
wheat, few look above $2 -6 to tZ.iO.
-Many believe $2 low enough right now. A
tew think that If our surplus be sold 1 out
lp December or January the wheat price
may go very high."
New York 8nga. , .
New York, Oct. 13. The local market
for raw sugar was unsettled again today
with tradera awaiting developments In
Cuba. There were no offerings of Cubaa
In the market and prices therefore were
more or less nominal, although there was
a sale of 3,(00 bags of Braxll centrifugals
In port at 6 cents, c 1. f. to operators
and at the close there were further of
ferings of some of these sugars on which
the duty had been paid at 8.00o which
Is about the equivalent of 7 cents fo
Cuba, cost and freight.
Chicago, Oct. 13. Potatoes Weak: re
ceipts, 128 cars; Minnesota and Wisconsin
round white, $1.75 01.85: Minnesota and
South Dakota Early Obios, $1.7(01.86. all
sacked and bulk.
Chicago Tribnae-Omaha Bee Leased Wire.
New York, Oct. 13. The chief re
flection on the part of stocks in. to
day's tightening money market was a
slackening of transactions. The
price front was strong at times, weak
at others, with .a broad tendency to
ward irregularity which told little of
underlying trading influences. '
Call money loans were renewed at
8 per cent, the highest rate in several
weeks, and 10 per cent was quoted
in the afternoon. The advance was a
surprise to nobody, for' the immi
nence of the Anglo-French loan, pay
ment and heavy midnionth move
ment of rations had forecast rates
higher than 7 per cent before essen
tial funds had been accumulated,
checked out and returned to the
banks. As partial preparations for
the Anglo-French loan liquidation
had been made last week and the
week before that, there was no ex
traordinary calling of loans during
Steel, rubber and many railroad
shares left off wifh sizable net
gains, while copper issues were low
er. The bond market again expand
ed to large proportions and govern-'
ment war issues continued their
progress forward. Rail bonds were
irregular, disclosing some profit-taking-
in directions where the recent
rise had been rapid.
Copper Market Lower.
The copper metal market la dearly
feeling the effect of long-continued pro
duction at a rate which, although 30 to
(0 per cent lesa than under the pressure
ill war ueiuauuo. -lr"i
In excess of consumption. The current
price or loc IB unuvr im i,w,Mi.
quotation of the major producers thrje
weeks ago and discloses a somewhat
abrupt reacflon from a level the leading
selling agencies adhered to for nearly nine
months. , ,
er. were reluctant to take on supplies at
Kolng quotations. inis, logeiner wmi -normal
consumption at home, has ovl
i .. nrAiiu.... with the need
of price concessions to stimulate business.
even tnougn wis gap uiwr F. ............
costs and selling prices Is fully closed In
case of some. The lowering of copper
quotations Is In line with commodity
movements, but differs decidedly from the
situation In cotton, wheat, clothing, etc..
in that the market has no such height of
Inflated prices to fall from as had some
other products when their decline begsn.
Whether this fact will tend to lessen the
extent of the recession of copper remain,
to be disclosed in the attlfb.de of consum
era. Earning Increase.
A rather sharp contrast "'".en what
has been and what now 1. In the steel and
Iron Industry was presented, today In the
quarterly report of a large
the weekly reviews of trade. J" Jl?.
wanna company reported net earning.
13 282.000 in the three months ended Sep
tember 30. an increase ol r 70 f per cent ov.r
the result In the preceding 5"rt'
of more than (00 per cent vr th
t0A"rJmarkable demonstration of tha dls-
satisfactory to thi grower.. The price
for the specific purpose of folding prices
the only way to get back to a new basis
I ? to ' bring price." down, regrettable .. ts
the loss entailed on stocks o? goods bought
at stiff prices or produced at hlgn cost.
Shal?kov.tnocym ihrdlu etaoln .hrdluuuu
CHICAGO CLOSING PRICES.
By Vpdlke Grain Co. Doug. 2627. Oct 13.
Art. I Open. 1 HlgK. Low. I nose, i p ?.
ls.io Ik. io
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga.. Oct. 13. Turpentine
Nothing doing; last sale October t, at
11.11; receipts, 42 bbls.; shipments. (3
fcbls. ; stock. 1,$4( bbla
Rosin Klrm; .ales, 30$ casks: receipts,
1.654 casks; shipments, 176 casks; stock,
Quote B, D. E, F. O. H, I. K, M, N,
WO. WW. $10.80.
1 car, 80c.
Ti rT RECEIPTS.
lnll'41 Today Wk-Ago Vr.Ago
beat .J ,401 4t J
Oat. viiiV Vilm nr RECEIPTS.
Winl?!" RECEIPTS AND
PRIMART RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTb
P" J. I" la
r ii Air ciu rummy aie
of Ladies' ft 'Hisses'9 Coats
Giving the public what they want
when they need it is the policy of
the Philips Store.
On tha aboT. thr.o day. m.ntiontrd will take
place- th. (r.at.tt of LadiaV and MUitt'
Coati that ha. aver bn off.rad to th. South
Sid. public. Wa hav. b.n fortunat. (a fat
ting a 115,000 .tock in LadtW Coat, add wo
ro placing them on aU for oao-third of tho
regular selling price. Thate Coata are manu
factured by tho Raynstor Manufacturing
Company, one of the greatest factoriea in tho
United State. Every garment i. guaranteed
for quality and wo(ktnanhip. Price, ranging
on these9 Coat, are
LOT 1 LOT 2
LOT 3 LOT 4
24th and O StreeU.
. SOUTH OMAHA
New York Quotations
Range of prices of th. leading .locks
furnished by Login A Bryan, Peter. Trust
High. Low. Close. Mon.
A. T. 4 S. F. .... (8 H (8 (7U
Baltimore A Ohio 474 4 4 4 44 k
Canadian Pacific 114 114 12H 136
N. T. H. R....
Erie R. R
Qt. Northern, pfd,
Chi. Ot. Western.
Illinois Central .
Mo.. Kan. Tea.
Kan. City Southern Zi
Missouri Pacific ..38 4
N. T., N. H. & H. 84
Northern Pac. Ry. (0
.ni. at .-v. w. ,,,
Tern. R. R
C, R. I. P. ..,
South. Pac. Co. .
Chi. Mil. A St. P,
137a 125V 1.'7
13T HTs 1-
Am. Car A Fdry. .13(4 1344 13(4 1344
Allla-Clmrs. Mfg... 334 SS'i 334
7'i fis 6's 6
1134 11H 113 lit
70 61 70 64
Am. Loco. Co.
bldn. Loco Wks. , ,
I'eth Stl. Corp . . .
Colo. F. A I. Co.
Crucbl. Stl. Co.
m. Stl. Fdrs 3(4
Lackaw'a Seetl Co. ((4
Mldvale Stl. A O. 31
Pressed Stl Car Co. (5
Rep. I. A 8. Co... 77 4
Sloss-Shef. Stl. A I. 6
United States Steel (7
Anaconda Cop Mln. 614
Am. Smlt. A R Co. ((4
Butte A 8. M. Co. 1)4
(.nue copper Co... 134
enmo copper 10...
Insptn. Cons. Cop
Kenctt. Copper . .
Miami Cop. Co. . . .
Nev. Cona Coo. Co 114
Pay Con. Oop. Co. 14 4
Ltan cop, Co.... os
334 334 34
124 1J0V 130
314 39 314
Am. Bt. Sug. Co. 73 73
AU..Q. A W.I S S. .140 146
Am. Internal. Crp. 73 73
Am. Sum. Tob. Co. 89- HI
Am. Cot. Oil Co. 26 4 23 S
Am. Tel. A Tel (1
Am. Zinc, L. A S. 114 ,114
Brooklyn R. T 13 4 11
Beth. Motors 4 4 44
American Can Co. 23 31
Chandler Motor Cr 74 794
Central Leather Co 40 4 30 4
Cuba Cane S. Co. 34 4 33 4
Cal. Pack. Corp .
cai. fet. corp
Corn Prod. Rfg. Co 83 81 83'i
Fisk Rubber Co... S04 20 20
General Elec. Co. 13 131U 130
Oast.. Wm. A Wig. 7 7 7
General Motors Co. 18 17 4 18
uoodrlch Co (0 4(4 4'i
Am. H. A L. Co.. 104 10 10
Hask. A Brkr. Car. 69 (84
U. a Ind. Ale... 84 4 (2 4 84 4
Internat. Nickel ..18 4 17 18
Internal Paper .. 74 734 73
AJax Rubber Co... 41 40 40
Kally-Sprlngfleld... (4 (6 (64
Keystone T. A R. 1(4 li 14
Internat. Merc. M. 10 18 18 4
Maxwell Motor ... 34 3 3
Middle State. Oil. 16 14 15
Pure Oil 39 384 384
Willys-Overland Co 11 10 4 11
Pierce Oil Corp ..14 14 14
Pan. A. Pet. A T. (94 88 884
Pierce Arrow M... 35V 33' 36V
Royal Dutch "Co. . 78 75 774
U. S. Rubber Co... 7( 4 77 4 79 4
Am. Sugar Rf. Co.. 104 103 103 103
Sinclair Oil A Rfg. 314
Bears-noeouca 10. lis
Stromberg Csr. Co. 67
Studebaker Cor, (6 4
Tob. Prod. Co 664
Trana-Con. Oil ..11
Texas Co (0
V, S. Fd. Pr. Corp. 47 4
V. S. S. Rfg. A Mln. (4
The White Mtr. Co. 45
Wilson Co., Inc '. .
Western Union ... 84V
Wstghse. E. A Mfg. 47
Am. win. co 724
31 314 314
115 11(14 116
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Bonds diii Notes
Bonds and note quotations furnished by
Peters Truet company.
Am. T. A T. 6s. 1924 ..
Am. T. A T. .. 19i(..
Am. Tob. Co. 7a, 1923 ...
Am. Tob. Co. 7s. 1933 ..
Anaconda Cop. 6s, 192$
French Govt. (s. 194t .
Armour Conv. a, '30-'14
Armour 7a, 1(30
Belgian Gov. (s. 192( ..
Belgian Oov. 7 4s. 1(4(
Beth. 8teel 7a, 1S-J ...
Beth. Steel 7s. 123 ..
British (4s. 129
British t4s. 1(21
C. B. A Q. 4s. 1(21 ....
Can. Oov. (4s. H'il ..
Can. Oov. (4s. l29 ..
C. C. C. A St. L. s, 1929
Cud. Pack. Co. 7s. 1(23
Goodrich "s. 192(
Jap. Oov. 1st. 44s, 1136
Jap. Oov. 4s, 1931
Ligt. A Myers 6s. 1921 .
Proct. A Oam. 7s, 1922 .
Proct. it Oam. 7s. 1923 .
Swift A Co. ts, 1921 ..
Su-lss Gov t. (s. 1940 ..
Union Pac (a, 1921 ....
Wilson Conv. 6s. 1928 ..
City of Pari. (s. 1(21 .
Bid A.ked Yield
New York Coffee.
New York, Oct. 13. While no special
disturbing new. factor was discussed In
the coffeo trad, here today, there wa.
a further decline In the future, market,
with price, making new low record, under
continued liquidation. Part 01 int. was
In the shape of exchange, from Decem
ber to later months, but otherwise there
was very little demand for th. later de
liveries and the December long Interests
were evidently forced to offer prices off
sharply to dispone of their contracts. The
market opened at a decline of 11 to It
point, and sold off to 6.7lo for Decem
ber and 7.77c for May with the general
list closing at net decline of 25 to 33
points. October, (.47c; December, 6.77c;
January, 7.01c: March, 7.10c; May, 7.77c;
July, 7.07c; September, (16c.
Spot Coffee- Quiet and nominal; Rio
77s, 714c; Santos 4s, 11V12VC.
New Torn rroduce.
New Tork, Oct. 1$. Butter Unsettled;
creamery higher than extras, (042604c:
creamery extras, (10594c; firsts, 4(0
Live Poultry Weak: chlckeai by
freight, 2t to Z7e; town, 33910c; eld
roosters, 20c. 1
Local Stocks and Bonds
Quotation, fiwnlehsd by Burns, Brlnker
Burgrss-Xash 7 pet pfd., 1C3-
1943 94 100
Eldredge-Reynolda T pet. pfd. 93 96
Gooch Food Prod, pfd ((
Oooca Mill A Elevator 7 pet.
pfd...., 95 10O
Harding Cream t pet. pfd ti 100
Paxton A Oallaghtr 7 pet. fpd. 9 1(1
M. C. ePters Mill T pet. pfd... 95 9)
Sioux City Yards ( pet. fd.. .. 14 4
M. K. Smith Bldg. 7 pet. pfd. 97 100
Thompson-Belden 7 pet. pfd.. 96 91
Union P. A L. 7 pet. pfd, 1937 . . (7 4
Union block Tarda, Omaha.... (9 9J
Argentine Oov. Bit. 4s ".Wi
Armour A Co. 7s. 1(30 9iU ((
Doug. County Court House Re
construction (s, 191f-( (.10
Dundee Pav. (4s, 1(30 9 1(0
Fremh Ext. 8s. 194( 101 101 4
Hill Hotel Bldg. 6!-, 1921-30.. .. 6.40".
Lincoln. Nb., School Is. lite.. ..
M- teg Co. (a, 1(37 ((
Neb. Pow. Co. (s. 1(49
Kingdom or Norway (a. 1940.. 1(1 4
Omaha Athletic 6s, 1(19
O. A C. B. St. Ry. (s. 191$... II
Swift A Co. 7s. 1915
Now Yarn Cottea.
. New Tork. Oct. It. Weaknea. wa. (tils
th. feature In cotton at th. N.w York
opening today, first prlcea ahowlng a de
cline at It te 47 point.. A .teady sb
soiptlon of contr.ct. by the trad, aftei
the .tart checked the decline and by
tha end of the first 10 minute, th. under
ton. -wa. stesdy. price, ahowlng a nel
decline of about 1$ p.lnta
A new low level of price, wis estab
lished In the cotton market Active
month, showed net losses ot $$ to 41
points, with October selling at il SOc,
December at 20.30c and January at 19.7(c.
Both eastern and southern potthounei
were good buyers at tha decline, causing
The market was und.r continued pres
sure later. Liverpool, th. south and local
operator, being active .altera. Trade In
terest, bought on a ecele down, but other
wise about the only support represented
profit taking on old short Unas, and If
anything th. aelllng became more active
after the publication of the favorable
weekly report. All active month, made
new Iowa, with December aelllng at lO.Oio
and January at 19.41c with the general
market ahowlng net decline, et about (0
to 70 point.
Kingdom of Norway
8 Coupon Bonds ,
Due October 1, 1040
The Kingdom of Norway
enjoys high credit
We recommend these
Bonds for investment.
Offered if, as and when Ltued,
at the market,
to yield about
Osaaha First National Bank
Telephone 816 Dong..
An Easy Way
to Buy a Bond
How large a bond
could you buy in a year
on the monthly install
By investing $8.33 per
month, you can acquire a
$100 bond in a year;
$20.83 per .month will
buy a $250 bond; $41.67
per month will buy a
$500 bond; $83.33 will
buy a $1,090 bond.
Ownership of a bond
is an incentive for saving.
The way to accomplish
something is to set a
Let us explain the in
stallment plan of invest
ing in the 6 First Mort
gage Bonds owned and
administered by Home
American Security Co.
Dodfe, at 18th. Omaha
C. A. Bohrbough, Pre..
C. C Shimer, Sec.
FISCAL AGENTS FOR
A Survey of the
PRICE reductions by lead
ing automobile manufac
turers is the natural conse
quence of contraction of pub
lic demand. Over-exptuinons
by many companies; credit
restrictions and general reac
tion in business has brought
the automobile industry com
panies face to face with .an
other readjustment Primar
ily a new industry, among
those of first rank, the motor
business is feeling the effect
of growing pains.
Out of ths slump the stronger
organizations will come forth
stronger than eTer. With the
idea of pointing out such
companies ss are securely en
trenched with diversified bus
iness and standard product.
we have prepared a circular
which thoroughly analyzes
present conditions and future
It also contains a thorough
treatise of all phases of the
situation; important and vital
statistics on the industry ss a
whole, and on such individual
Cepy eent without eeliga
tlea. Asa for Ne. T-sit.
Mr S- Wolfe A Co,
lumbers Consolidaiud StocV. Exchange
123 MADISON STREET. CHIOIOO
Direct fbrivmt Wirtt io jnvibrJC
How We Care
For Your Meat Caro
When you see a Swift Refrig
erator Car going by in a train, it
seems a simple thing that it should
be carrying fresh meat up and down
- Like most of the packer activities which
contribute to your welfare, you are so used ,
to having .this going on urdnterruptedly,
day in. day out, throughout the year, that
you are likely to take, it as a matter of course.
But it is not a matter of course. Every
car you see going by means long hours of
minute, scientific, painstaking cars in prsp
, aration for what it is doing.
Every time a car comes m it is washed
out thoroughly with scalding water. If any
taint, any foreign matter, were present, this
would get rid of it Even the meat hooks
are taken down from ths racks and scalded
with water and live steam.
When the car is thoroughly cleansed 1
put in 5,000 pounds of ice. But that
is only preliminary. It only cods the car
to the proper temperature. By ths time
the car is moved over to receive its toad,
tha first ice is melted. Mors is then
put in to keep the car cool.
Then the meat is hung on the sterilised'
hooks and the load of food is ready for its
journey. It arrives as it leaves, clean,
fresh, wholesome, appetizing; and your
meat supply goes on unaflfocted by seasons
This is only a part of the service which
Swift & Company furnishes, at .a profit
to itself so small averaging a fraction of a
cent per pound on all products over a period
of years-that if the profit were handed on to
the consumer, it would make a difference of
less than a nickel a week in the meat bin of
the average American family.
Swift & Company, U. S. A. P
Omaha Local Branch, 13th ft Leavenworth Sts
A. W. Gross, Manager
; 1 stsaasswB
Operating large, up-to-date Terminal
Elevators in the Omaha and Milwaukee
markets, are in a position to handle your
shipments in the best possible manner
i. e., cleaning, transferring, storing, etc
Chicago Board of Trade
Milwaukee Chamber of Com
St. Louis . Merchants Ex
change Kansas City Boar of Trad
Sioux City Board of Trade
Omaha Grain Exchange
OMAHA. NEB. '
SIOUX CITY, IA.
DES MOINES, IA.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
AH st tkeee .meet, esetet Masses 0,
are sMsesle. with aeh ether
hy 9rla wire.
It will pay you to. get in touch with one of our off tees
whoa wanting to BUY or SELL say kind of graim.
WE SOLICIT YOU
Consignments of All Kinds of Grain
to OMAHA, CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE,
KANSAS CITY and SIOUX CITY
Every Car Receives Careful Personal Attention
The Updike Grain Company
THE RELIABLE CONSIGNMENT HOUSE
Wheat ..1 1.037.000
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