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Ji ' THE SALT L'AIE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1 9 1 3 J ' H
P II VOLUME
issues Change but
je Until Near End -
S ARE NOMINAL
Money in Moderate De
Xj; Bank Statement
Slay Show Loss.
jSyORK. Ntv 15. Operations In
K( .curtailed today and during
ne trading prices of the lcad
BptUnffed but little. A brisk
Hrjjgmt lmPare some life to
Kt ln the last half hour and
KWe scaled down, though
Kf'not severs. The movement
Blt was Inconsequential and I
Ht'lnterest seemed to be at a j
HLy dealings specialties were j
Ofdlnnrlly prominent, with ;
Vff rains In Tobacco Issues, fcr- i
Mfeiiiproents and American Boct ;
Mmcierrcd shares of the latter
Krre under pressure and later!
WL me selling ;it concessions (
VfriiUonul Paper Issues, Union
Kr common and preferred and
Hfihc minor railways. The de
jBjr tc Taper Issuer, was most
Kit the common falling 3 point?
Branced bptwen d b"
'T ,iih moderate demand. No
Ki thnvm In time rale?, hut the
Vii vis strong and further orrr-
croinicTclal papers at rates ro
riTslllnp were announrpd. In
Cdu were again moderate pur
V business paper Forecasts
l cfllli lO.SS of $2,000,000 lo
H on tho weekly movonient. The
Knr.t I acaln an unknown, hut
Ei dullness la the stork market
Mi contraction In thnt Item.
im't' Americans In London were
JKfnlsa, with especial activity in
mtvA Canadian Pacific The- lo
Mtit.it no tinio made more than
UtrtsponEc to the higher general
'ff American stocks abroad.
Bed market was Irregular. Total
M Elites 'bonds unchanged on
m Olosiu Slock. List.
'Mr.' ISailug.l II. 1 U. IClsc
tor f L700I SRI Sljl S-Jl
Wraltural f j GGJ
Svt Bcc-ar.... 3,400' 56SI 55 I fid?
mtCan o.r.ooi 2 -ii -a
jre 000)1224 122i 122E
Sr 4- f mm coj go 59i
iKion Oil.... 11,700 59 57H 5SH
t Stcur.. . 200 192 19M li)i
o'Mruecd 1.000! M 13!f 13i
Btrtivo ..I ..fi00i tr.3 -16 i loll
fla&ncf ( 7.000 so- 7S?! 7:u
mpl ) 1.100' 107 ! 107 ;10GJ
pfi Tel -wi 4V; ii 14231 142;
ft Tobacco .. 1,1100 2711 270 i2G9.
w lUn Co.. 2.200: ti;, ir.'J 43?
f ,., 2,J0Oit0S 11073 107t
M .... iooipizjintj joii
Unc i 000 13S 13S 138
ft & Ohlo.J SOOIlOGtllOfi?- 10G1
steal ...j 1.3001 43 tni n
j.K T. 1001 90 I 80M S0i
PMlfic ...I 5.100i2G7J2;5R.-jG5Z
MkUher ... -100 31151 SOU :101
fM Ohio,,) 1,7001 Sill Sli SU
fU ftorn..i 7001 182) ISi ISA
jt ?t Piiul .1 3,500 llCg 115211158
frthwtatcrn.l 200!l II ,M0i'll-106
Iron.,.. flOOi :i72 r.G3) 3Rj
F?1 Gas ...( 100ll.24!H'Ji(M2i
BP?rt5 1 'r'il 1C ' 1C
K113"" 200I1GS I1CS lG7i
Wo G I. ...I.... 21?
" ''j 1.100 '34 5lfc
Wined 800 f.2 Gl5 5 IB
rgBwtric ....( 200 1S2 IRIS 1SH
Wt? l?W nod 13SS 1375 1H7E
'KJ," ) 100 12i128iil2S
IK" Met ...f 900 20 193 13
:M" I 1.200 G5g 65 64J
Kut!r, ::oo 121 120 121
MR"5 Pfd.... 200 202 20 20
pw 2,800' Mi 1:; i:.
jBEouthorn ! !'l 273
ISs1! ' 2io(i6ii7'iwi74' ji??
iBttSft h"' 200ll4flyi4j!l4J
r JL- ' -00 "33 14 H:J
tJas Jf0 28?. 284 2S
'B ' J-so 4'8 "3 J
lb1 i0 ha
Pd.. 100 203 20'J! 262
tern.. " 2,000 ii 63 1 i i G i ! 1 "l pi
e .i.'. "s.Voo i'5iii,iiiii2-i&
200 342' 34 J 3
1.000 123JI123 123i
. .'iOOllGilllG 110
,uls-- . 10H
-j 200 2i MS1 23S
gr.. I ;10 lS
c 22.SO0 172Jll708fl71
s--- . 1.500 30 30 I 20
f 500 92 91t OH
:. -I G00 50i 491 Ifl"
' . 900 35S 2C,h 34i
Llno.. 200 20 20i 20
.'j- I 1.9001 49S 483 ISJ
' 400! 1 'ii i j n 2?' ! 1 1 yR
cal'""" 1M( "'I f,:!i
loo' '"i4l "IG-
,Q0! n! "5' jv
l.nooj o iVsj
!IS3 and Rye.
J,s- ov. IB. Bran. .515.00
,. Urst : eaj-a. s;;.io
IRREGULARITY RESULT OF
TIGHT RATES FOR MONEY
Coming Special Session of Congress to Revise the
Tariff Used Also to Hammer: D.awn
.By Thomas C. Shotwell.
wy iiueniatlonal News Service.
N'EW 3'OUK. Nov. 1C .-vii irregular
stock inarlcut today was the result
of fairly tight money rutes and of
further spread of the belief that
President-elect Wilson would call
n special session of congress to rovlne the
turifr and-for other purposes. To the
mlnda of the blj; cople. the good that
may cotno out of a special session of con
gress will more than outweigh the possi
ble damugc of tariff reform. There Is
virtue In qulclc action when tin unpleas
ant duty s to be performed.
Tho foreign war situation remained un
changed, but the crisis abroad has
passed, and now it Ip merclv a Question
of adjusilncr affairs between the Balkans
Some specialties wore extremely weak,
notably T'nion B;ijr & Paper, wh'leh will
be hurt If thero Is drastic tariff reform.
International Paper declined in sym
pathy. On the other hand, stocks of In
dustrial concerns that will not bo affected
J by tariiT reform were strong. Among
I these were American locomotive. Rubber.
Car Foundry, American Can and Am:r-
lean Cotton Oil.
iNo Cotton Oil Dividend.
In Cotton Oil developments of Import
! anre are going on. To begin with, k can
I be stated authoritatively that the 'dlvl
jdend will not be paid on the common
stock this year The report several dayn
ago that it would be paid war, based on
mtalnfornWloii. Tho reason the dividend
will not bo paid Ip that, tho 51.200.000
earned this ycax. which would nay a G
per cent dlvidnnd, It to be employed to
II! PIE ICO!
Of SEH BROKEN
Fine Outlook for - Winter
Wheat Crop Sends Market
at. Chicago Down.
CHICAGO. Xov. Jn. "Wheat 'today for
the third day in suc.ccaslon broke the
low price record of the Feason. Tho
fine outlook for the winter crop was the
last si raw i burdening down holders.
Weakness ruled at the close, with the
market 3c to 1- under last night. De
cember ranged from Sfijc to S73c with
last sales 86iSG& a net loss of lo
Predictions of clear, freezing weather
had a depressing Influence on corn. De
cember flucluatod between 472(3' 173c and
I9c. closing heavy. Uc net lower, at
473c. Cash grades were weak.
OalB rrisplnvml notable stinginess com
pared with tho other cereals.
Provisions tended to work lower with
hogs and grain. Pork led and In the
end was down JOc to 12Jc
RANGE OP THIS LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
SsrSf.:: S3 S 4
July :::: :.: roi m sse sss
Corn , . ,-,
December .. 40 0 j.3
jSy :::: ::: 3d i s j
Oats . . . ni
December .. m 08 02 30
May BM 25 'in hx
July 32k' 323 3-.
Cash quotations were a3 follows: Flour,
dull 10c lower: rye No. 2. GOc: barley,
fee or inlxliHr; 47BHr: fair to cnolce
miltinfr. 55(tf)70c; timothy seed. 52.i.
3 75 dover seed. 13.0017. 50; mess pork.
516.7551)17.00, ard fin tierce?), $11. lo.
short ribs (loose). $10.25 10.30.
Tnl.il rlearances of wheat and flour
weVe equal to GS0.00O bushels. Exports
for th week. a.s shown by Bradstrcet s.
wcro onuol to 5.172,000 bushels. Primary
AcpIp h were 1.8S1.00D bushels, compared
with TlfsOOO bushels the corresponding
rlav a vear ago. Estimated receipts for
'omorrot1 Wheat, 81 caa'd169 '
oats. 277 cars; hogs. 14,000 head.
Chicago Produce. I
CHICAGO. Nov. 15. Butter Steady.1
mfclcM in'cluded, 2225c: ordinary
l0SS receipts. 35 cars;
Michigan. 4S?n3oc: Minnesota. 4.4j--o0c.
wacAfVRuiwc ti,rkcys' 18c:
Boston Wool Market.
urKTOW Kov. IK. Tile Colnlilenstel
fof tlio same period lat year.
Coffee Futures Steady.
VKW YORK. Noc. 15.-Coffce futures
S. SHORES & SHORES ff I
MSISTS, Main St., Salt La. - City. U
ALL OKRoinc DISEASES JU
, SS"l?.eafMe,,n' Asthma. Lung Trouble. Rheu- UlllCe T fc
K! tnnm?.Vcr' epilepsy, Dlseascn of Women ami over tho V fTa,
lUk Itm,?-"'".-. Heart Trouble. Disease of the 16c Store
LttrSS?' Mver'. BowoIb and Bladder, and AH r51
it i? ' Chronlc and Prlvato Dlsenses of Both
rfgr Ufl curable. Office Hours
iR811 Smk' t,red otit, clckly lullJ N Sunday'foto'lS.
jMf lu&l-sutfcrlno from If E p ii REMEMBER,
lB&5"m'r..t0 th "x, find Drs. IflJLlll wr maintain n separate
JHNuIti pro,nPt and wonder- department for treatment
and cure of all special dlaensea and
fPP Conoultatlon. Home Cures by Mall.
PIL Examination and ttr-DTTTT if i'0" llv" out.? trt"
Inject new life Into the buelnees. The
business methods that made National
Biscuit one of the man-els of tho last
decade are taking hold of American Cot
ton Oil, after an extended and detailed
Investigation. The wonderful trade tec-,
ord of Hie Proctor & Gamble company is
to bo duplicated by ths American Cot
ton Oil. The Gold Dust twins were busy
In Wall street today and put the stock of
the company up more than a point to a
new high record for the movemeiu. Kail
road stocks wore Inclined to be heavy
Weakness of Smelter.
Weaknets of Smeller stock has been
noticeable recently, and today attention
was attracted 10 Federal Mining & Smelt
ing. What was evidently the work of
bearish Interests took the shape of a
false announcement to the effect that the
Guggenheim interests did not control the
Federal Mining company. The Federal
Mining company Is controlled nv mc
Amorlcan Smelter Securities company
through the ownership of 000.000. or
one-half, of the common stock. 'The $20,
000,000 or preferred stock of the Federal
Mining company does not vote.
Official denial was made that 'uanlol
G. Rcid would enter the Inspiration Cop
per board, although no d'-nlal was made
of the rumor tluit he had become Inter
ested in the securities of the company
Concerning Miami, which copper man be
lieve will soon bo merged with. Inspira
tion. S. S. Roqenstcln. a director, said to
day that narlv In 1913 the company would
be producing 3,500.000 pounds of metal a
month Tho company hns now 18 000,000
(ohm of ore in sight and diamond drills
have iIifloscd much larger supplies.
II MARKETS ARE
Copper Firm at Unchanged
Prices; Lead and Spelter
Quiet; Tin Easy.
Copper (electro) J 17 62l'S17.S71 4-
Lead, New York $1.70S4.75 4-
Bar silver G2c
J- Silver in .London 2SJd 4
4" . .
NEW YORK, Nov. 15. Copper, firm
standard spot, $17.20 bid: Novomber and
December, $t7.20fj)17.r0: January. ?17.25()
17.40; February. ?17.155U7.45; electroly
tic, lake. $17,026? 17.S7; castings, $17.25(3)
Tin, easy; spot and November. $50.1 2(g)
50.37: December. S50.l2Su0.25.
T-.C3'J, quiet, ?4.70?i) 1-75.
Spelter, steady, ?7.35fg'7.45.
Antimony, steady; Cookb-ons. $10.50.
Iron, llrm and unchanged.
Copper nrrivals. 190 tons. Exports
t3)ls month GSR3 tons.
London copper firm; spot. 7S. 5s:
futures. 79. London tin firm: snot.
229, 15s; futures, 229. 15s. London
lead, 19. London spelter. 2G. 15s. Gd.
Iron Cleveland warrants, G7s, 10d In
New York Bonds.
U S ret 2s reg.101 K C S ref 5s... OS
do 2s cou 101 L S dob 4s 1931 92 J
do 3s reg 102i Lou & N Un 4s 971
do 3s cou 102S M K & T 1 4s.. 93
do 4s reg 1131 do gen 4s ... 852
do 4s cou 1133 Mo Pac 4s 71?
Pan 3s cou 1013 do com os 374
Al-C 1st 5s Gl X Rys MJex 4 Is. S7i
Am Ag 5s .. . 1011 X Y C gen 3is.. SGS
A T & T cv 4s. U2 do deb 4s 32
Am Tob Gs . . .UUiNor Pac 4s 9J?i
Arm & Co lis.. 91i (lo 3s GS
Atch gen 4s . . . 978 O S L rfdg Is . 01 a
B & O 4s 075 st L & S F fg 4s 77
do 3is 91 do gen 5s S33
Ches & O lis 09so Pac col 4s.. SS2
do conv ljs.. 92 (i0 cv -Ik 93ft
C B & Q j Is.- 5s s P R R 1 ref 4 94
do gen 4s ... 995 v p .H 995
D & R G rof 5s. S3J ,j0 cv .8 102
III C 1st ref 4s. 95 (lo lsti ref 9fa
Int-Met -lis ... SI u S S 2d 5s. ..101X
Int M M 4Js .. f.GiWab 1. ext 4s. GGi
Japan 4s 903
New York Money.
NEW YORK, Nov. 15. Money on call
first, o6 per cent, ruling rate. 53; clos
ing bid, 51: offered at Ric.
Tim loans, strong; sixty days, fi3G5 per
cent; ninety days. 53(f7;G per cent; six
months. 5i(f?55 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, G per cent.
Sterling exchange easy with actual
business in bankers' bills at $4.80.90 for
clxtv-day bills and at. Sl.S5.0f, for demand.
Commercial bills, $4.S0i.
Bar silver. G2ic
Mexican dollars, 4S3c.
Government bonds, steady.
Railroad bonds, Irregular.
CHICAGO. Nov. 15. Cattle Receipts,
3500 market steady. Beeves, $ (.55(311 1.00;
Texas steers, $4.30(3)5.05; western steers.
$5.50(9.00; Blockers and feeders, $4.1053)
7.15: cows and heifers. $2.757.40; calvos,
Hogs RccclplK. 20,000: market, slow, 5
to 10c lower. Light. 37.305'7.70; mixed.
$7.40rt?S.OO; heavy. $7.20tf?S.OO; rough, S7.30
1i)7.50; pigs, $5.000.90; bulk of sales. $7.B5
Sheep Receipts. 12,000; market, strong
to 10c. higher. Native, $3.5004.05: wtat
ern. $3.G5CJ)4.G0; yearlings, $4.757)G.00;
lambs native. $5,5057.50; western. $5.15(g
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Nov. 15. Cattle
Receipts, 1500. including 200 southerns;
market otrong- Native .steers. SG.uOfa
10 75: southern steers, $4.2oJi)G.uU; south
ern cows and heifers. ?3.50(fl)7.25: native
tows and helfors. $3.C0CJ'S.00r stoclccrs and
feedm-fl. S4.50(TJ)7.C0: bulls. 54.00(R)5.G0:
calves," $5.50tfj'10.00: western steers, $5.00()
B 50 western cows, $3,50((8G.75.
ti'og'5 Receipts, GO00; market R to 10c
; lovci" Bulk of sales, $7.5R(?'7.75; heavy.
SO 7fi((!7.50: paclccru and butchers, $7,550
7 75- 1 gHU $7.407.G5; plgK, $G.0002fl.75.
She"r Receipts. 1000: market 10c high
er Jlutlons, $3.7505.15: lambs. SO-OOfii)
7.50 range wethers 1 and yeaillngs, $1,000
G.25. range ewes. t3.OQ04.f,O.
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. IB. Cattle
necnlnts. 1000; market steady. Native
Steers JG.25 09.50; cows and hnlfcrs, $3.75
07?OO: western Btcors. $5.2508.25: Texaa
fi S4.7G06.25: cows and heifers, $3.50
ffSG 50 : canncn. $3.0004.40: otockcra and
f1S& $I.5O07.O: calves. 55.0000.00;
bulls, stage, etc.. $4.25 05.. o
T-Torrs ReceiptJi. 0000: market 5 to 10c
ntilier Henvv. S7.9O0S.O5; mlxexl. $7,850
-9T!- Vl"ht. 57:7007.95: pigs. $6.2507.50;
biP-R"ccfpSr:6& market ,steadv,
ySlhigH. "WtfTSJB: wethers. S.1.S504. 10;
Iwva. $3-50 0 4.10: lambs, $0.25? , . Jo.
I St. Louis Wool.
0 ST LOUIS, Nov. 15. Wool, steady.
1 lMinm rrrades, combing und clothing,
I SggSSSj'iSSt'nnc. "021c; heavy fine,
I 1301Sci tub washed, 27036c
I Ts'tlfre you.the SaVingS SEVENTH .BARGAIN 'IBkBI ' I
0oTz;,t 3c r RNIVALi IwL I
I muleskik oe -j r I JL WmKt- ' IH
I iS"10" ? I Wow at FULL BLAST at .RB ' H
hose 3C I HK p UMMmfiSm ! ; iH
I i5c cotton 71 I TO ttJlli M wtMmmmmK ilH
1 hose he! 1 CH1 -mlk H
g ENGINEERS' AND A I iffiKKIIPl '
I FIREMEN'S HOSE 1 5JC I i lm JKWBBiMwM 'M
bogSks 12k 5 East First South Street MMraKl ' M
"liTBEs 35c I Men's and YoilKS Men's IMj i I
j j8 18c SUITS lr I
I '"wEAH. ISC gj Men's and Young Men's CC QE Men's and Young Men's C19QC II PMIIli '
I 10c HANDKER- r 1 Suit8' ,?1 valuea for suits, 320 valueB for V--' IP ISSRpKlsK'-? '
I nTTTTnrci 7C 1 Men's and Young Men's C7 Men's and Young Men's C1AQE I MmOSullWBSl ' fH
1 GiilBtS I Salts. ?i2,50 valnes for.... Bnlta, ?28 valnes for y--" llifflPSBHll iaH
i 15c HANDKER- jl 1 Mon's ?.nd Yoting Men's CO nc Men's and Young Men's CI ft QC IPoNHPkM i I il
B CHIEFS 2- I Suits, $15 values for., ?0.3U Suits, $30 values for I3yPBiPfM '
1 60c work 29c I S.8n.'.s...$10.95 SSJ?f:!..$18.95 HhP I
JoSSs e?cl Men's and Young Men's HBHH I I
::::39c overcoats i I
I BOYS' UNDER- 1 O I Men's Overcoats,ar Men's Overcoats, Jfe a E 1 WMk 'B
WEAR IOC I $10 to $12.50 $99 $20.00 PP '
i Twr?wSES I Men's Overcoats, AJi Afr Men's Overcoats,i m ft I? S fiil
"5 .g j a: $1 21 sr,r $1 4L5 jl
I sh"6 thefonlhex1Usive Biff Bargains in Ready-to-wear for Men and Boys. Everything gJIB pwl '
"wL.11 Douglas Shoes. in the store at a saving of 35 to 50 per cent MgK j
!a. South t i l
Off Main Street." -m" t '
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE.
Business Continued to Expand In All
NEW YORK. Nov. 15. R. G. Dun &
Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade will say
Business continues to expand, un
checked by tho Balkan war with Its
grave European complications, and Its
remarkable development has furnished
new proof that true national pros
perity springs from tho soil. The do
mestic and foreign demand for iron and
steel products is even larger than be
fore, with all previous -records brokon.
Tho railroads are making every effort to
rnovo promptly the tremendous traffic of
the country and at the satno time are
making duo preparations for tho re
quirements of tho future. There aro
signs of preparation for tho opening of
the Panama canal.
Convincing evidence of the remarkable
expansion In iron and steel was furnished
by the increase of over a million tons
In the unfilled orders of the l'eadlng In
terest last month. Crude steel produc
tion has reuched the maximum and
there is still a scarcity of material, with
premium asked for the small lots avail
able. Pittsburg car plants are booked to the
limit of capacity for elghl months ahead
and rail contracts this week aggregate
about 100,000 tons, while orders for close
to 44.000 can) are pending. Heavy or
ders for pig Iron have been placed and
quotations are firm.
Great strength has developed In dry
goods, manufacturers of textiles being
sold up ahead.
In woolen, stocks appear lo have been
cleaned up better than usual and busi
ness Is being offered In all lines with
great freedom, 'but many mills aTo so
closely sold up that they cannot accept
Cotton yams are higher and very
steady, while worsted yarns aro firm.
Conditions In footwear aro becoming
steadily more satisfactory and spring
business Is now up to the average in
volume. All kinds of shoe leathers aro
In growing demand and the market con
tinues to display exceptional .strength.
Post. Election Period Witnesses In
creased Volume of Business.
NE"W YORK, Nov. 15. Bradstrcct's
will say tomorrow:
Activity is unabated. Practically all
avonues of trade aro busy, and tho post
election period has apparently witnessed
an Incrcasod rather than a decreased
volume of business. Secondary distrib
utors report the receipt of large mnll
orders, while at some markets buyers In
person have operated quite freely. Buy
ing for next spring Is expanding, indus
trial operations are as active as hereto
fore, railway tonnage Is of large propor
tions, goods aro not ovar-plcntlful. rail
trade la enlarging, holiday business la
growing and tho railways contlnun to
buy material In volume. Tho Iron and
steel line continues to movo at a rapid
rate with soma mills unable to promise
deliveries this side of next August, and
tho prlco situation Is ono of exceptional
firmness. The railways aro exerting
their efforts to tho utmost to relievo the
scarcity of coal that exists In various
parts of the country. However, tho car
shortage Is morn pronounced, and the
net shortage Is double the surplus of a
year ago. Returns from Texas and
border territory Indicate that colloctlonn
are excellent and that trado Is hotter
than It has been for years. Western
advices aro uniformly good, while re
turns from tho northwest speak of ac
tivity, though tho weather has been too
mild for sale of seasonable goods at re-
tnBuslncus failurrn In the United Slates
for the week ending November 14 were
200. against 209 last week, 23K in the
like week of 1911. 24S In 1910, 232 In
1909 and 273 In 190S, Business failures
In Canada for the week number 33.
which contrasts with 35 last week and
31 in the like week of 1911
I Wheat. Including flour, exports from
the UnltMd States and Canada for the
week ending November tl (Galveston
exports not Included) aggregate 5.171,
894 bushels, against 6.7G8.725 last week
and 3,513,074 this woek last year, For
the twenty weeks ending November 3-r
exports are S5.449.227 bushels, against
0t,S76,6S5 in tho corresponding period
last year. Corn exports for the weok
arc 24,524 bushels, against 22,546 last
woek and 1C4.27S In 191L
For the twenty weeks ending Novem
ber 14, corn exports aro 1.453.3G0 bush
els, against 10.S03.G9S last year.
Bradstrcot's Bank Clearings.
NEW YORK, Nov. 15. Bradstrcct's
clearings report for the week ending No
vomber 14, shows an aggregate of $8,
855,490.000, as against 53,408.505.000 last
week and S3,534,40S,000 In the correspond
ing week last year. The following Is a
list of tho cities- Inc. Dec
New York 52,274,116,000 8 7 ....
Chicago 322.001.000 10 9 ...
Boston 180,202.000 .... 2 5
Philadelphia . .. 180,070,000 S.G
St. Louis 87,962.000 7.3 ...
Kansas City G2.SOG.000 11.5 ...
Pittsburg 57,573,000 5. 1
San Francisco .. 61,302,000 5.2
Bnltimoro 44,S6S,000 12.6 ...
Cincinnati 27.097,000 5.3
Minneapolis . ... 35.811.000 28-S
New Orloaii3 26,002,000 13.C ....
Cleveland 25,315,000 12.7 ...
Detroit 25,125,000 13.7
Los Angeles 26.953,000 25.7 ....
Omaha 16.977,000 9-9 ....
Milwaukee 16,092,000 .5 ....
Louisville 14.2S1.00O 7.S ...
Atlanta 1S.13G.000 2.7 ....
Portland, Or. ... 15,875,000 15.1 ....
Scattlo 14.363.000 9.9
St- Paul 14.670.000 22.3
Buffalo 13.496,000 16,3
Denver 10.G16.000 3.1
Indianapolis . ... 10,042,000 'S.I
Providence 9.543,000 1.0
Rlohmond 9,224,000 1
Washington. D.C. S.436.000 10.6 ....
St. Joseph 6,514,000 3.
SALT LAKE ... 7,358,000 .. 14.4
Spokane, Wash. . 5.290,000 13.9 ...
Tacorna 4,309,000 .... 17.8
Des Moines 4,979,000 16. 7 ....
Duluth 9,999,000 50.4 ....
Oakland. Cal. ... 3,910,000 3.0
Norfolk 4,676,000 16.3
Wichita 2,903,000 17.4
Sioux City 3,105,000 29.7
Oklahoma 2,237,000 3.5
San Dleso, Cal... 3,045.000 42.3
Lincoln 1,736,000 5.5 ....
Topcka 1.432.000 10. 1
Sacramento. Cal. 2.455,000 15.0 ....
Cedar Rapids, la. 1,5S7,000 25.1 ...
Helena 1.30S.000 15.3
Stockton. Cal. ... I.OG9.000 .7 ....
Boise. Ida SGO.OOO 17.9
Muskogee, Okla. . 11,700,000 SS.C ....
Tulsa, Okla. 1,071,000 70.7
Ogdcn. Utah 1,003.000 15.1
Sioux Palls. S. D. 7S3.000 44.7 ....
Fargo, N. D 638.000 30.7
Fremont, Neb. .. 295.000 3G.3 ....
Condition of Treasury.
WASHINGTON. Now 15. The condi
tion of .the United States treasury at the
beginning of business today was:
Working balance S 90.541,913
In banks and Philipplno treas
Total of general fund 115.355,055
Receipts yesterday 2,750,573
The deficit this fiscal year was $5.
715.002. as -lgainst a deficit of $25,111,438
Tho figures for receipt, disbursements
and deficit exclude Panama canal and
public debt transactions.
Now York Produce.
NEW YORK, Nov. 15. Flour was eas
ier, with demand of the hund-to-mouth
Wheat Spot, easy; No. 2 red, $1.03 ele
vator and 51.09J f.o.b. afioat. nominal.
Futures closed 601c net lower: Decem
ber. 95 l-16095Zo, closed 95 l-16c; May.
984099 9-lOc, closed 98Jc.
Hops, easy: Pacific coast, 1911, 17019c
Tildes, wool and petroleum, steady.
Raw sugar, steady; muRcovado. .89 test.
3.55c; centrifugal, .96 leftt. 4. 05c; mo
lassca, ,S9 test. 3.30c Refined, quiet.
Don't, waste your mouey buyine
strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's
Linimeut i cheaper and hotter. Damp
en a pieec of flanuel with it and bind
it over Iho affected parts and it will
reliovo the pain and sorencea, For sale
by all dealers. (Advertiaeraont.)
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