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UKAL ESTATK i
re itrt.n il liA,M) FOR BALK,
.,,,, r lineal bbticui-
Insimv an?' Nechaco valley, near Grand
'5nfP. 't',!5. Fo".QcorBe. Cariboo, Pcaco
'for tl75. filing fees and all: Just over Into
I Colorado good stuff, not sand hills. Land
In Kimball county HO to $15 per acre. J,
i inicyi lvimoau, Ken.
Garden nnd Fruit Tracts.
Fnrmi n f nv iW lit a mil.... ...... u
Council Bluffs, at bargain prices. 806
acres. Known as Orchard Heights, subdi
vided and for sal at from 150 tt $100 per
acrej easy terms. Let us show you this
land. DnV A ft fn 1?1 Punrl Hi
Council Bluffs. Ia.
EIGHTY acres of land close to town;
every acre can be farmed; wilt be sold
tor 155.00 per to close partnership. Mort
fiage of 13,000. balance must be cash.
P.O. box 3S3. Council Bluffs, Iowa.
DO YOU DO ANY BUSINESS IN IOWA?
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You can sell your farm in Iowa or you
.can buy land In Iowa by Uie use of the
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month is $1-20 a line. Address The Des
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THE eastlest way to find a buyer tor
your farm Is to Insert a small want ad
In the Des Moines Capital. Largest cir
culation In the atato of Iowa, 43.000 dally.
The Capital Is read by and believed in
by the standpatters of Iowa, who simply
tefuse to permit any other paper In their
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nary words to the line. Address Da
Moines Capital. Dos Moines, la.
Hundreds of Men
would want this 40-acre farm if they
could see it. Six miles of Council Bluffs
on main road, about twenty-eight acres
good land In cultivation; 4-room cottage;
bam. cave, cellar, u llttlo fruit, one
quarter mile of school and one mile of
small town and railroad station. Lies In
s warm sunny valley protected on north
west and east by hills. Fine place for
general farming, fruit grow.ln;, garden
ing, chickens and bees. Worth tho price
dt J4.CC0, 1500 cash balance long tlmo.
M'GEB REAL ESTATE CO.,
105 Pearl 8t-
I FOR SALE 80-ACHE FARM. NEAR
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA. ; 6-room dwell
ing; barn 40x44, double corncrlb, two
wells; spring lirpaature; 20 acres alfalfa,
SO acres pasture, balance in corn and
oats. CHAS. T . OFFICER, Council
HAVE YOU SEEN
HUNGERFOItD 'S DISPLAY
OF DAWES COUNTY PRODUCTS?
At 107 McCague Bldg., corner of 15th and
Dodge Sts., ono block cast of postofflce?
Look it over and see for yourself that
you can ralso better crops on 110 and $15
Dawes county land than you can raise on
your JIM, and $175 land down here. The
yields of alfalfa, alfalfa seed, wheat
oatB, flax, rye, barley, spelts and potatoes
are far greater than the yields o'n high
priced land In the east. The -western
and northern demand there makes a
much better market for everything than
you get right here In Omaha Or any of
the surrounding market points. Call at
my office, see my display, get one of
my books of description and prices, get
one of my state .maps directing, you the
proper route to Crnwford and let me
enow you my land of Independence.
ARAII I HTJNGERFORD.
Crawford. Dawes County?" Nebraska.
644 ACRES land In, Blaine .pounty. Neb.
f&zo. At v iveipiu, ul yimnca ai.
1111 IWUt'CTrtn 1r "Man urttH Km ft 11
.means: "For sale, IS quarters of cholco
'farm land close to Sidney, Neb., one
tenth cash, bal. ten years' In ten equal
payments. Ernest Raasa Sidney, Neb.
HOMESTEAD 320 acres rich farm land
for $175, filing fees and all! Just over Into
Colorado good stuff, not sand hills.
Land in Kimball county $15 up to $25 per
,ticre. J. A. Tracy, Kimball, Neb.
140-BUBHEL WHEAT LAND, t TO $31
I PER ACRE.
I We have for salo over 70.000 acres of
I Cheyenne county, Nebraska's choicest
I farm land, where the crop ve)da for U
'years, including 1910 and 1311. average
with the best In the state. Alfalfa, also
a, leading crop. Better so1, water and
climate cannot be found. Write for full
Information. Agents wanted everywhere.
FUNDINGSLAND INVESTMENT CO.,
NOWATA, OKL., lots and oil laids for
Bale. H. Hoggatt. No. 9, Wead Bldg.
FOR SALE MISC
FOR SALE 160 acres good farm land:
40 acres broke, balance all tillable: 1
miles from Dallas and 5 mllefc from
Colome. Price. $40 per acre, payable
11,609 cash. $2,600 March 1. IBIS; $2.00
March 1, 1917. Address Box 180, Dallas.
480 ACRES In Clark county. South Da
kota, four mileB from county seat, 800
teres broke, a good set of Improvements
Frlce $55 an aero on good terms.
B. P.' Thompson. Lyons, Neb.
CHEAP patented state school lands,
south Texas, $1 an acre cash, balance ten
years, For all particulars write F. A.
Connable, trustee. 484 Commercial Bank
Bldg., Houston, Tex.
BUY SPOKANE PROPERTY.
One acre that will soon be worth $1,000
for tGOO; terms. Write
EMERY B. BAYLEY,
XjJVE HTO(K MWvKT OF WKST
Ship live stoi'k to South Omaha. Have
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Litre Stock Commission Merchants.
BYERS BROS. & CO.. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. 322 Exchange Bldg
Bnydrr-Malone-Cnffmnn Co., 153 Ex, Bldg.
LAVERTY BROS.. 138 Exchange Bldg.
Martin tiros. & Co.. Exchange Bldg.
Clay, Robinson & Co., 200 Excnangi. Bldg.
Last Appeal Issued
By Colonel Roosevelt
OYSTER BAY, N. Y Nov. 4.-At the
end of the hardest campaign of his ca
reer In politics Colonel Roosevelt tonight
made a final appeal to the voters of
the country on behalf of the progres
sive ticket- Except for two speeches
tomorrow In his home county he had
ended the struggle which has kept him
hard at work since he threw his hat Into
the ring last Bprlng. Ho spent the day
with his family and was so far recovered
from his bullet wound that his physician
permitted him to go to church.
Colonel Roosevelt gave out his state
ment under the date of November 4 as
Ills appeal on. the day before election.
3Ie urged every voter to read the pro
gressive party platform before going
to the polls.
of liver and bowels in refusing to act,
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New Life Pills. Easy, safe, sure. 25c,
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertise-ment,
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Nine Oat of Ten Members of Local
Board Bearish as to Wheat.
CASH CORN PRICE IS UNCHANGED
Oat Receipts Continue Henry, nut
Ho Large Accumulation In Stocks
Is Taking- Place In (lie
OMAHA. Nov. 4, 1912.
When the markets closed Friday nine
out of ten members of the local trade
were bearish In their views on wheat.
What decline has been rstabllshed has
neither checked the movement or ln
crased the shipping demand, and prices
are far from being at a lovel to Invite
export business. Tho Argentina crop Is
a factor and Is coming on very fast un
der favorable conditions. After a long
period of activity tho flour trade Is a
little sluggish at this time. The trade is
In a position where it will respond "quickly
to anything Important In the way of bull
news, but there Is nothing of tho kind In
sight unless some complications arise In
Europe over the attempted settlement of
the Turk.sh war. Cash wheat UjSc lower.
The latest private reports by good au
thorities on the corn yields over the big
shipping states are most flattering. Thu
traae is now looking for nn oiriciai re
port this month even more bearish than
that given out for October. New corn
Is bcg.nning to move quite freely. Tho
acute situation in old cash corn Is largely
eliminated as a market factor. Brokers
claim there Is a big concentrated' holding
In December corn, which, In alt proba
bility, 'cannot bo suppl.ed by the new
crop movement. Tho action tor tho De
cember option will depend very greatly
on the character of the weather for
the next thirty days. Leaving this ele
ment out of consideration, the feeling In
the trado Is bearish. Cosh corn unchanged
to 2c lower.
Oats receipts contlnuo heavy, but no
large accumulation In stocks is taking
piace. The big crop precludes any largo
volume of speculative buying and traders
expect prices to gradually sag to a lowel
level. Cash oats were Ho lower.
There will bo no market in Chicago or
Omaha, Tuesday, November 6, on ac
count of election.
Clearance were: Wheat and flour equal
to 944,000 bu.; corn, 8,000 bu.; oats, 148,000
Liverpool closed with wheat unchanged
to Md higher; corn, Hd lower.
Primary wneat receipts were 6,023,000 bu,
and shipments 1,938,000 bu., against re
ceipts' of 1,549,000 bu. and shipments of
294,000 bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were 727,000 bu.
and shipments 4,500 bu., against receipts
of 523,000 bu. and shipments of 265,000 bu.
Primary oats receipts were 2,511,000 bu.
and shipments 1,943,000 bu., against re
ceipts of 443.000 bu. and shipments of 274,-
000 bu. last year.
rne following cash sales were rcportca:
Wheat No. 2 Tiard winter: 36 cars, 83V4c.
No. 3 hard winter: 2 cars, 83Wc; 6 cars,
83c; 12 cars, S2ic; 6 cars, S2Ac. No. 4
hard winter: 1 car, 81c; 3 cars, Slo; 3
cars, 80&c; 1 car, 79c: 1 car. 7Cc. No.
grade hard winter: 1 car, 80c; 1 car, 7So;
1 car, 7Cc; 1 car, 76a No. 2 spring: 1 car,
83c; 2 cars, 83c. No. 3 spring. 1 car,
83c; 3 cars, &2c; 1 car, 82Kc; 1 car, S2Vlc;
3 cars, 82c; 2 cars, 81J4c; 1 car, 81c. No.
4 spring: 1 car, 81Hc; 2 cars, 80c. No
grade spring: 1 car, 75c. No. 2 mixed
aurum: 1 car, K0o; 3 cars, 79c. No. 3
mixed, durum, 3 cars, 79c. No. 4 mixed
durum: 1 car. 78c No. 3 mixed, 1 car 85c; 2
2 cars, 82V4& No. 4 mixed. 3
cars. S2Vc: 1 car 80c: 1 car. TO.
Corn No. 3 white". 2 cars, 64Uc No. 3
yellow: 2 cars, 67c No. 4 yellow: 1 car,
64c. No. 3 mixed: 2 cars. 65c; 2 cars, 64ftc.
No grudd: 2 cars, 61c. Rye No. 2: 3 cars.
61c. No. 3: 1 cor, 60a Oats Standard: 2
cars, 31c; 1 car, S0c; 2 cars, 30c No.
3 white: 2 cars. 20V4c; 25 cars, 30ic No.
4 white: t cars, 204c; 7 cars, 30c
Omaha Cash irrlcen,
WHEAT" No. 2 hard, 83 S5Ho; No. 3
hard, 8284V4c; No. 4 hard, 7082ttc; No.
3 spring, 81683c; No. 4 spring, 78H81Wa
CORN No. 3 white, 544c; No. 3 yel
low, 67c; No. 4 yellow, 54c; No. 3, UW
D5c; No, 4, E051e.
OATS No, 2 white, 30?i3Hic; standard,
30ftSlci No. 3 whitQ, 3430i4c;. No. 4
BARLEYr-Malting, D665c; No. 1 feed,
RYE No. 2, 61c; Np. 3, 60c.
wheat. Corn. Oats.
85 101 261
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feature the Trsdtnir and Closing
Prices on Board of Trade,
nmninn tmv.. t r-.ni..
Increase in tho visible supply brought
about tnn inwnt ninety nf . V. r. I..
wheat today. Tho wlndup was nervous
j."" v-r""B ui i 'iwc. Latest
tradings leTt com To to llHc down,
pats off Vtiiw to &c and provisions vary-
i iium j5su juwer 10 an aavanco or inc.
Unrest about tlm TnrWinii eitnntinn
wheat at first an appcaranco of strength.
iH2uE.11 ,ihe. rtMo supply total was
withheld, the incomplete! returns avallablo
showed beyond doubt that the outcomo
wnillfi nn Ti mi I'll if in 'i . . , .. . i. ,
7La. Bain In Chicago alone amounted
to 903W4c, with last transactions Ttic
net lower at 89c even.
Predictions thnt (hn i,,,,...,
c-Btlirmto would be raised 22000,000 bu. above
the forecast issued October 1 had a de
pressing effect on corn. December' fluc
tuated between fiOQuOVio and 60'4c, closing
easy at eoHCTSOVic, a net loss of c
CaHh irrnnV waro iron 1.- xrn o i i
57068ttc. " ""'"
uats nem relatively steady because of
COVnrlncr hv nmmlnant ahAu V. . 1 .
to the Idea that bearish sentiment had
Kiunii ukj nearly unanimous. upior and
lower limits touched for December' wore
31&C and 31c, with tho close at 314c, a
decline of 4c net.
uwing to corn weakness, provisions
hrnKA IntA In tha Raa,lnM na- 1. n ..I ..
vanced early owing to a doorcase In m. eki
iicm uim 01 a ugm run or nogs.
In Inn pnrl nnrlr o n A -Ih. ,rAw.n a.
... . . . uwiat,, U.UVUI
the same as Friday night, but lard showed
a backset of 57o to 12Hc
The leading futures rangea as follows-
Artlcle.l Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close.Fri.d.
SOtf1 88 80 89TiJ0
91T 90T4 91 Vl
DOTt 60SU 60Ht4 1
Wi 49 49ifil74 rwi
w m mm u
31H 21 31V4 31V4
33H 32TI 33 33VM
33'4 E 32 33&S
18 65 18 374 18 37H 18 40
18 25 18 00 18 05 IS 00
10 90 10 65 10 65 10 77U
10 77 10 60 10 60 10 67g
10 70 10 60 10 60 10 60
10 32H 10 15 10 17H 10 234
10 07H 9D2H B92H 9 9ft
9S2H 9 70 9 70 9 80
Cnuh mmtntlnnu nrnm vtlntn
FLOUR Slow; winter patents. $1.30
4.75; winter straights. $4.104.60; spring
patents. 4.2&Q5.40; spring straights, $4.00
($4.25: bakers, $3.603.85.
RYE No. 2. 68S69c.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 45g63c; fair
to choice malting, 6572c. '
SEEDS Timothy, $3.0083.16; clover.
LARD In tierces, $10,654(10.75.
SHORT RIBS-Loose, $10.2510.73.
Grain Statistics Total ' clearances of
wheat and flour for three days were
equal to 914,000 bushels. Primary re
ceipts for three days were 5.025,000 bush
els, compared with 1,549,000 bushels, the
corresponding day s. gear ngo. The
amount of breadstuff on ocean passage
decreased 3,101,000 bushels. Estimated re
ceipts for tomorrow: Wheat. 224 cars:
corn. 404 cars; oats, 904 cars; bogs, 13,000
Chicago Cash Prices No. ! red, tlM&
1.06H. No. 3 red. 4c4m.04. No. 2 hard,
89ie92ViC, No. S hard, iSflMkc: No. 1
northern, 9Oft01c; No. 2, northern. S&&
M!4c, No. 3 northern. 81086c; No. 3
spring, 87gSc; No. S spring, S4VjS6o, No,
4 spring, VJSJc; velvet chaff, mtic,
durum. S4W0c. Corn. No, 2, M44rSUc, No.
2 whUe, Mf6SHc; Nju. 3 yellow, 574AsHc;
No. 3, 6frft674o; No. S white, new, Wol
p d, 6hUcjuc; No. 3 yellow, new, SSVtu
Mc; old, 54JCSVto; No. 4, now, 6ftUlc: old,
MgSiHc; No. 4 white, new, 61c: old. n&i
674c; No. 4 yellow, now, Sic; old, 646Sc.
Oats. No. 2, SlViCfllHc; n-0. 2 wi,Ite, SSUjC
34c; No. t white. 3tmJV4c; No. 4 white,
31G32c; standard. 3441MBO.
Rye: No. 2, 6Stj5c Barley: Mr4c
Timothy: $.0ta.R5. Clover, $l.00ffis.00.
BUTTKR Steady; creameries, 27fir91c;
KOOS Steady; receipts. 2.613 cases; at
mark, cases Included, 194J800; ordinary
firsts. 22c; firsts, 3c
CHEESE Steady: daisies, 17t4fl7c.
young Americas. 17H?lic: long horns.
1OTATOI3S-Strong: receipts. 60 csrs;
Michigan. 4463c; Minnesota, 47000c; Wis
POULTRY-Allve, steady; turkeys, 16c,
chickens, HHo; springs, 12Ha
VEAL Steady; 90Uo.
NKW YORK GKNKHAL Jt.VllKliT
Quotations of the I)a- on Vnrloun
NEW YORK. Nov. 4. FIjOITI Quiet,
lower; spring patents. $14.sHr4.90; win
ter straights. $I.5Oj4.G0; winter patents.
St.. Orff 1 inHni pUdm I 'V.s.M rjl . ,ui.,,-H
extras. No. 1. $184.108.40.206: winter extras. No.
2, 94.Mkfr4.I0: Kansas Straights, $4.16'cN.3
Will.' m i . . . . . -V
iinr,ni-Klwi, inurKoi steaoy; ino. r,
red, $1.05H elovator. and $1.06H f. o. b
afloat: No. 1 northern. 97H f. o. b. afloat
Duluth. Futures market closed WSc
net lower; December. !W 1-I6fi97 9-16c,
closetl 96ic- May, $1.00Jie1.01Ho. closed
CORN-Spot. market easy; export 66Vie
f. o. b. afloat; December to March
S9He: No. 4. 5Sc; natural white! 370334c
n iurMsy; western spnng Dru, ioiv
lb. sacks. $22.50; standard middling, 100-lb.
HAY Quiet: prime, nominal; No. 1.
$1.10SL16; No. 2. $1.0001.06; No. 3, 85c.
HIDES Firm; Central America, SSUc;
LliATIIRn lilrm? hntnlnnlr Ir.lo v?
2Sc; seconds, 2&627o; thirds, 23WC4c'; re
PROVlSIONS-Pork. barely steady;
mess, $19.C0&19.75; family, $23.00tff24.00;
Short rlnnni t'' f1T!i 'J nAr ... ...
mess, $18.004tl9.00; family, $22.00023.00; boef
aina, .o.whvi.ov. uii meats, easy;
pickled bellies, 10 to 14 lbs., $14.0014.60;
pickled hams, $14.00. Lard, steady; mid
dle west nrlmn til IfrCTII "rt rAfln.l
easy; continent. $11.80; South' America,
$12.75; compound, $S.003S.2G.
iAi,ujn-viuiet; prime city, hhds.,
6?4c; special, 7Vie; country, 606c.
BUTTER Firm: rpc.ln. K-q ,,..
creamery, extrns, S24(ff33c: creamery!
held, extrna. 31iff.t1Ur nmi.aaa n.i.n.
274j2Sc; factorj. Juno make, firsts. 244
uuiruni. inaKO. iirsts, Z4ftC; paCKltlg
Stock. Jlllin mnkn. ?lTi"lUr.' imi.ki
N-o. 2. 23'234c.
Cf'EIsSE Quiet; receipts, 199 boxes;
state, whole milk, held, colored, specials,
milSc; skims. 4T15a '
EGGS Irrpirular! rnonlnln KIM ox...
fresh gathered, extras, 36039c; extra
iirsts, i.uc; roingerator, special marks,
fancy. 234024c; firsts, 22ff23c; nearby
hptinnrv irltlt fnnnv 1-i.i.n .&n. I. I.i
53ii55c; western gathered, whites, 33S3o!
i-uuuiiu-urcswn, quiet; iresu KUlea
western chickens, 12018c; fowls, 143174c;
St, Lou I a General Market.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 4. WHEAT Cash
lower; track, No. 2 red, $1.0101.05; No. 2
CORN-Lower; track, No. 2, 6SS69c; No.
2 white, 60c.
OATS Lower: track. No. 2, 32032ic;
No. 2 white. 334(g)334c.
RYE Unchanged at 60c.
FLOUR Dull; red winter patents. $4.9Sfi
6.25; extra fancy and straight, $4.3505.85;
hard winter clears, $3.3000.60.
SEED Timothy. $10.00.
BRAN Weak; sacked east track, 94
HAY Dull; timothy, $12.00016.50; prairie,
TWINE Hemp, 8c.
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged; job
blng, $16.75. Lard, unchanged; prime
steam, $11.224011.324. Dry salt moats, un
changed: boxed extra shorts, llHc; clear
ribs, llc; short clears, 12c. Bacon, un
changed; boxed extra shorts, 12c; clear
ribs, 12Hc; short clears, 13c.
POULTRY-Dull; chickens, 104c;
springs, 124c; turkeys, 15c; ducks, 12c;
BUTTER Dull; creamery, 26030c.
Knnmin City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 4. WHEAT
Cash, unchanged to 1c lower; No, 2 hard.
HOWW NO. 3. suvwrssvic: NO. a rea. 97
974c: No. 3. D40O6C.
CORN uncnangea to ic lower: No. 2
. I 1 ..1.1 r P T. . r.rt. Vn 1 A
lllijkcu, uiu, iawvw., nun. uwv.. , , a. it . u ,
54c; new, 62053c; No, 2 white, old, 660
68c; new, 62053c; No, 3 old, D607o; now,
OATS !4V40 lower: No. S white. 330
334c; No. 2 mixed, 320824a
HAY Steady : cholco timothy. $13,600
14.00; cholco prairie, $12.76013.25.
BUTTER creamery, lac; firsts, ixot
secondH, 24c; packing stock, 2240'J3c
EGGS Extras, 27c; firsts, 26c; seconds,
POULTRY Hens. 114012c: roosters. So:
springs, 114013c; young turkoys, 15c.
Wheat 518,000 254.000
Corn 31.000 7.000
Oats 65,000 13,000
Philadelphia Produce Slarkct'.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 4.-BUTTKR
Firm and 401o higher; western cream
ery extra, 33o; nearby prints, extra, S5c;
EGGS Firm; good demand; Pennsyl
vania and other nearby firsts, free cases;
$10.20 per case: current receipts, freo
cases, $8.7000.90; western firsts, free
cases, $10.20 por case; current receipts,
free cases, $8.9000.90 per case.
CHEESE Quiet but steady: New York
full creams, choice, ISt; fair to good, 17
0174c; part skima, 11015c
Minneapolis Grain Market,
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Nov. 4
WHEAT December, 84c: May. 90c.
Cash: No. 1 hard, 86c; No. 1 northern,
8140864c; No. 2 northern. 8240634a
No. 3. KOKSlHa
OATS No. 3 wnito, 23i30c
RYE No. 2, 68062c.
BRAN In 100-lb. sacks, $18.60019.00.
FLOUR First patents. U.2MM.55: sec
ond Datents. $4.1004.35: first clears. $3,100
S.40: second, $2.30jj2.60.
BTED Flax, Il.a?i01.37.
Mllivnukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Nor. 4. WlfBAT No.
1 northern, 80090c; No. 2 northern. 8740
R84c; No. 2 hard winter, &2093c; Decem
ber, 850S5!ic: May. 91?ic
CORN No. 3 yellow, wo: no. 3 white.
60c; No. S, 67c; December, 6040604c; May,
OATH btunnard, K0t53C.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERIKIOU Nov. 4. WIIHAT-Spot.
steady; No. l Manitoba, 8s Id; No. 3
Manitoba, 8 Id. Futures, steady: D.
cember, 7t 74d; March, Cs 7d; May, 7s
CORN Spot, easy: now, American, kiln
dried. 6s lid. Futures, weak: December.
6s Id; January, 5s Hid.
PEORIA. Nov. 4.-CORN-1014o lower;
No. 3 white. 67c: No. 4 white. 65Wc: Nn.
2 yellow. 674c! No. 3 yellow, 67c; No. 4
yellow, bbftc; rvo, z mixea, bic; no. 3
mixed, 57c; sample, 62c.
OATS Unchanged to 4o lower; stand
ard, 32c; No. 3 white, 314c
Ilulnth Grain Market.
T-.TTT .TTTIT Minn Hnv i U'lllflln
w. w ... . , ( A 4 U,
1 hard, 86Hc: No. 1 northern. 85Sc; No. 2
northern. 83Hc; December, 844c, bid; May.
S94c, bid. "
Dry Gnoil Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 4.-DRY OOODS
The cotton goods markets were firm to
day. Wide print cloths were advanced
to a basts of 64c for 284-inch 64 x64s
Some large clothiers have recently
placed substantial orders on staple men'
wear for fall use In 1913. Yarns are
higher. Jobbers report a repeat business
of Importance on holiday merchandise.
Elgin Butter Market.
ELGIN. 111., Nov 4. The quotation
committee of the Elgin butter board this
afternoon declared butter firm at 31c
OiMAILA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
NEW YORK STOCK-MARKET
Extreme Dullness And Irregularity
Mark Bay's Business.
CALL MONEY BATES DECREASE
Some Stocks Whose Affairs Are
I.nrurly Dependent nn Tariff
Record Severe Losses Which
Are I-nrgrlr Recovered.
NEW YORK, Nov. 4. Extreme dullness
and Irregularity marked tho course of
operations on tho stock exchango today.
For the greater port of the session trndlnf,
was almost at a satmlstlll. Some stookr,
notably St. Paul and the Hill Issues, were
moderately strong at tho outset, while
most other leaders, railways and Indus
trials, were heavy when not absolutely
weak. Certain of tho specialties, such
as American Beet Sugar, American Sugar
and American Woolen, whose affairs are
largely dependent upon tho tariff, rec
orded severe losses, which wcro partly
regained before the close.' American can
and tho Tobacco rroup. as wll as some
of the minor stocks, reflected varying do-
grees or pressure.
In the tlntO hour, when call money,
which had opened at 7 per cent, fell to 6
and Inter 34 per cent, tho entire list
moved forward until most losses were
moro than recovered. Lehigh Valley.
St. Paul. Union Pacific nnd Steel led the
rise, while Great Northern and Northern
Pacific added to Oarly gains, and Amalga
mated, which hod been among the heav
iest of tho leaders, also recovered. There
was soma Blinding toward the close, bnt
the undertone continued firm.
Canadian Pnclfla was weakest of tho
Americans In London, where the market
Inclined to sag over renewed complica
tions In th Balkan situation.
While coll money cased appreciably.
tlmo lonns hardened. 6 per cent being bid
for tho longer maturities. All Indica
tions point to a firmer tendency for the
balance of tho year.
Tha bond market wns narrow nnd li-
regular. Total sales, par value, aggre
gates 3.ii,wm. united States 2n declined
4 per acnt and tho registered 3s 4 per
cent on call.
Number Of sales ami londlnp mintatlnni
on Blocks today were as follows:
Fal. High. Low. Clo.
Amsliraraatnl Copper .... HUM I1T MS M
American Agricultural ... 100 M ei MH
Amfrirnn Prl Hur.... t,t(to T MH 03
American Can I.SO0 40U SH JM
American can pM. 7(10 121 111 iisj
American C & F M0 MVi 6 H
American Cotton Oil 400 7 lK V
Am. Ice PfeurttlM.... to
American Llnneod 400 1SU H 15
American Locomotive ... 1,(00 44i 44 4414
American H. & n 5,900 53 m
Am. B. R. pfd :00 WK 107H 10TU
Am. sutar neflnlns J.too i:J lU lit
American T. A T HOO US 111(4 1UH
American Tobacco 700 tTI tJ7 JTI;
Anaconda Mining Co.... J.J00 41 t 4lti
AtchHon j,7oo 107K leutt 10TW
Atcnlxjn pfd , hut,
Atlantic Coatt Line...... too 110 iSV.i US
Diltlmoro & Ohio 1,500 1064 I0JH 14
Bethlehem Bteel j.Mtl 46U 41 44U
Brooklyn Hapld Tr .500 UU 9U
Canadian Taclflc S,a)0 2I1W tC0i :tl,i
Central Leather J.loo ilk SI 1H
Chapeak tc Ohio t.SOO S mi I1H
Chlcego O. W , too jj mi jt4
Chicago, M. & . r..1. ,M0 Ul'l J0SU 111'
Cli catc. M W. .', 100 1$H lll'i 13J
Colorado Jr. & I soo tl K 34
Conaolldaled Uas 100 1H 111 l(4tl
Corn lToducta , ,500 17S 1H 17U
Delaware & Iludaon 100 m 3Mi 1MV4
Denver & lllo Qrande,,. :oo im ji i
2fiTf.r "' 1 H SIS i,
Plrtlllera' Securltlea .... 400 17 W. 17
Brie lt pfd ;oo H, CI M:
Kr'e M PW S00 41 41 41
Oeneral Ulectrlo 100 1I1U 1IIU idoti
Oreat Northern pfd 7.T0O lSlft 11711
Oreat Northern Ore ctfi.. 100 47 47' (4u
Illinois Central 100 17 W jjju
lnltrborough Met 1,704 soli ll I0U
Inter. Met. pfd 3,500 gSVl ei4 4U
International llarveater.. ...T. .7.. .... lUli
Inter-Marlnn pfd jiu
InternMlenal Paper " i6J
lnfrnitlonal IMmp jjij
Kanaa City Southern.... SW :g'i! j
iJUlcile Oaa 505
LehlKli Valley 5,io 175 17l: 174U
Loulartlle & Kaabrllle.. COO lit 1S7 15
ilv St-J' 8-- 2; M-" 4,14 ""i 04
Mliwurl, K. A T x) itu if -7
Mleourl laclno i,M 42 4ti 4i
Jl.,.lont.1 ,ni"ult TOO m ijjH U2
NJitlonal Lead :oo 61 6!; 61
N. It. Tu of M. Id pfd ' 1,
New York Central 1,M0 115Vt 1I4W 11SU
N. Y., O. 4 W 100 Sli S4i nv
Norfolk & Western 100 HSii 1H; m'
North American '. 0514
Northern Pacific t,000 lM'i 121 12s
Pacific Mall 100 ' ' "1 i
TenneylTanla 1,300 iijij Um
People's Oaa mi7
P.. r., C. & Ft. L ,'. J05
Plttiburgli Coal 800 314; 23ti
Preie.l Fteel Cat HO 18 n
Pullman I'alaco Car m
Ualnc JJ.100 171 mil 170'4
Republic I. A B 100 UK n ii
HepuWIo I. ,t 8. pfd.... fOO 2i KVi SJ'4
Hock laland Co LOOO 2li 25U !St.
Tlock laland Cn. pfd SOO 10 49H 49
Ft. L. & 8. I'. 2d pfd... 200 35 S5 S3U
8eaboard Air Line 100 Jl n -02
Peaboanl A. L. pfd M0 48K 4 4SU
PloM-Sheffleld fi. & I... io u n 14
Roulhern Pacific 3,700 11014 leou no
Southern Hallway j 000 2SH 29 -u
80. Hallway pfd 400 1H 11 tll
Tennetsoe Copper o
Texaa & Pacific 100 25 ii" J4
Union Pacific 15.700 170 H9V4 170
Union Pacific pfd 400 90Vi DO 9V
United Btatea llealty
United States llublwr.... l.ooo 61 tl eiu
United Btatea Bteel 78,900 74 U 7',1 UK
U H. Bteel pfd 'aoo ill-!, ,,1''
UUh Copper ., joo !?, mj gj"
Va.-Carollna Chemical .. 200 47(4 47U 44U
Wl"h 100 4H i 44
Wabath pfd sou IS uy. UK
Weatern Maryland o C4U 641i MW
Western Union 400 71V4 78 77U
Weatlnghouae Eloetrlo .. 1,000 II 11U giu
Wheeling & L. B ,JJ
Total aajes for tha day, IIS.100 tbaret.
JVevr Vorlc Alonry Alnrkct.
NEW YOIUC. Nov. 4.-MONKy-On
call, strong; 87 per cent; ruling rate, 7
per cent; closing bid. 3 per cent; offered
at 8i per cent. Tlmo loans, strong; sixty
?d-r'ilnt)ty Jay.B' 6 P' cent-' ix months,
6V4f(u Per cent.
PH1MK MERCANTILE PAPEH-C per
STERLING EXCHANOB Steaily, with
actual business In bankers' bills at 4.gl75
for Klxty-day bills and at 14.8580 for do
mand. Commercial bills, 11.61.
SILVEIt-Uar, 62T4c; Mexican dollars,
UONDR-Government, heavy; railroad.
Closing quotations on bonds today were
U. B. tef. la, ut....l K. C. go. ref. u.. tl
do coupon J" L. 8. deb. 4s lilt,, jj
U. 8. 3, reg 101WL. N. unl. 4s 7H
do coupon lOitiM. K. & T. lit 4.. 11
U. 8. 4., reg lUJk Mo gen. 4Vi IS',4
do coupon Illi Mo. I-aclfle 4a 7114
Panama . coupon. .1013 do conr. (a t
A.-C. lat U ctfa. .11 "N It It of M m 90
Aroer. As. t 1014N. Y. C. g. it,,,.. M!4
A. T. & T. cv. 4a. .11114. do deb. 4l 91?
Am. Tobacco 6a....im, Y. ti, , & (, "
Armour t Co. 4Hl Hi to
AUhlaon gen. 4a.... 971.W. & W. lit 0. 4a.. W!i
do c..4a lt0 106 do cr, 4a 115
do ct. la No. Pacific 4a j
A. C U Ut 4a 4H do 3a
Pal. i Ohio 4a tlSO. 8. L. rfdg. 4i... 41U
Mo IH H',n. r. 1, i5 Mg
llrook. Tr. ct, 4... t0 do con. 4,, im
On. of Oa. t IM Reading gen. 4e.... HK
Can. Leather 4a.... tSKS-.L, A B. y, fg U1.1X
Chea. A Ohio 4V4.. t do gen. Is....." Ji-
do conr. 4Ha 9381. U 8. W. e. 4 . toZ
Chicago tc A. IHi.. S 8. A. L. adj. (a, . it,L
C U. & Q. J, !.... WSo. Pae. col. 4s.. .. M
do gen. 4s tS do cr. 4e 91
O M a fl P ct 4tts-10W o lat ref, 4a. . ' nu
C. It. I. P. 0. 4s. tH48o. Hallway u. ...,mS
do rfg. 4 M14 do gen. 4s 72
C. L B. r & 4s. 14 Union Paclflo 4a..'. MTi
D. II. cr. 4s tltt do cr. 4s.., iS
I), & IL O. ref. Is. II do lat A ref. 4a ". iiu
Dlrtlllerf Sa 73 U. 8. Hubber 4s...!l01V
Erie p. I, 4 WiU. S. Bteel 2d Is.! !
do gen. 4i.. 71 Va.-Cfcr. chem, Is. tU
do cv. 4s. ser. D. TTH'Wab. l.t ei. Is II
III. Cen. lat ref. 4s. tS western Md. 4s. . Itu
Inter. Mat. 4H tOiWaat. Elee. cr. la tX
Inter. M. U. 4Ha.. M Wis. Central 4s.. . ti
Japan 4H tl 1
New York Mining? fltocks.
NEW YORK. Nov. 4. Closing quota
tions on mlntnx stocks:
Cora. Tunnel stock., 10 Mcilcan UO
do bonds II (loiarlo ,, 20a
Con. Cal. & Va.... II Opblr 39
Iron silver l& Standard loo
Leadlllle Con. .... I Tallow Jacket 30
Little Chief ........ I
WASHINGTON. Nov, 4. The condition
of the L'nlted States treasury at the be
ginning of business today was Working
balance, 132,S71,C06. In banks and Philip
pine treasury, 31,78S,68S; total of general
fund. 14.t.filS.88. Hecelpts Saturday, IJ,Tf..
NTS; disbursements, JAOSJUfA Drtloit this
fiscal ytwtr, I.sio,Ob4. ns against lirt.3Sl.lW
last year. The figures for receipts, dis
bursements and deficit exclude Panama
canal nnd public debt transactions.
I.nmlim Stuck Market.
LONDON, Nov. 4,-Tho stock market
was Inclined to case off during tho early
trading today, owing to Auntrln's atti
tude In tho Iialkau situation. American
securities opened a fraction lower. A
rally followed on covering, but selling
wns renewed later, and the' list declined
under the lead of Canadian Pacific. At
noon prices ranged from unchanged to 3
points below parity.
London closing stock quotations:
Consols, money 7I Louisville & Nmh.lM
do acc'nt, Dee.71 15 14 Mo , Kan. Tel.. HH
Amal. Coprer M'tNew Tofk Central. .1IH4
Anaconda lMrtolk & Wetern.lll
Atcblson UO14 do pfd
do pfd I0V4 Ontario A Western. 34H
Paltlmnre A Ohio 109 I'ennaylranlA ,
Canadian Paclttc ..2iltand Mine H
Chewpeake Ohio. MVt Heading IIS
Chi. Oreat Western. 19H Southern Ily ...... rH
lilt.. Mil. Jt St. l'llt do rU .4...... Mil
1 Peer 1IH Southern Paclflo ..tllH
lenver A Uln a... 11 Union Pacific ......1H.
da , pfd I9i do rM "Vt
Krl ilT. 8. Steel... 71 S
do 1st pfd II da pfd 1IIH
do id pll 41 Wabash 4V,
Orand Trunk 2U do pfd 1IV4
Illinois Central ....111
SILVER liar, steady nt 2M per ounce.
MONEY At affOlj pr cent.
The rate of discount In tho open mar
ket for short nnd for three months' bills
Is S per cent.
tlnsd'u ?tpis Market,
HOSTON. Nov. 4.-Closlng quotations on
Altoues 39 Mohawk 3
Amal. Copper IIH Nevada Con )
A. Z. L A 8 31 Nlpltslng Mlnea I
Artiona Com Hi Mirth llutto 34
D. A l C. A 8. M. (North Lake 1
Cal. & Alitona US Old Dominion II
Cal. A llecla... S4S Oeceola 101
Centennial II Qulnry ., tot,
Cop. luinge C, (1.... MV,Shnnnon 14
feat nutta C. M ... II Bur 1 lor 4014
Franklin 10 Superior A p. 1U
(llroiu On 4S Tamarack 41
tlrnnby Oon 4lU. 8. 8. It, A M .. 41H
Dreenn cananea an pid loti
Il Horalo Corper. IIH Utah (Vw. IIU
Kerr Lake IS Utah Copper Co 1,
Lake Copper llti Winona 4Vi
lj Sallo CVpper . .. 4" Wolverine 71
Miami Copper "V
OMAHA GCXKIlAt. MAIIKRT,
1UITTEU No. 1. Lib. enrtons, Slo; No.
1, in CO-lb. tubs, ante; K 2, c; pack
CIIEESn-Imiwrted Swiss. 33c; Amerl
can, Swiss, 2Cc; block. Swiss, 24o; twins,
20c; daisies, SXi; triplets, 30c; Young
Americas, Slo; blue label brick. Sic; Urn
bergcr, 2-lb., 21c; Lib., :3c; Now York
REEK CUTS-No. 1 rlhs. 21c; No. 3
ribs. 14Hc; No. S ribs. 10Wc; No. 1 loins.
23Hc: No. 2 loins, 15 Ho; No. 3 loins, llVio;
No. 1 chucks, DVic; No, 2 chucks, 8c; No.
3 chucks, 7Uc; No. 1 rounds, iliic; No. 2
rounds', lOic; No. 3 roundn, tM; No. 1
plates. SUc; No. 2 plates, 74o; No. 3
POULTRY-tlrollcrs. $6 por dor.; hens,
IKo: cooks, llo: ducks. ISo: 'ireesc. l.'o:
'turkeys. 23c; pigeons, per dot., 11.20.
Alive: Broilers, lOftHJo; hens, lOQ'llc: old
'roosters. 7o; ducks, full feathered, 12Uc;
geese, full feathered, 10c; turkuys, 16c;
pigeons, per dox., ooc; honiurs, S2.60;
squabs. No. 1, 31.60: No. 2. 60o.
i EISU (frcsh)-Plckorcl, 11c; whlto. 14o;
'trout, 12c; large crapulos, 14a; Spanish
mackorol, 16c; haddock, 13c; flounders,
' 13c; green catfish, 13c; hhad roo, per
pair, 40c; salmon, 8c; halibut, 13c; buf
falo, 7o; bullheads, 13o.
KRUITS. ETC. Missouri apples. In
bbls., 3,004r4.00; New York Greenings and
liuldwlns, .2C. Spanish onions, per case,
$1.60. Ilannnas, fancy select, per bunch,
t2.26tf2.6Q; Jumbo, per bunch, S2.76tt3.76.
Dates, Anchor brand, new, 30 Lib. pkgs.
in box, per box, 12,15; Dromedary brand,
now, 30 Liu. pkgs. In box, per box, 13.00
Figs, California, per case of 12 No, 12
pkgs,, Mo; per case of SO No. 12 pkgs.,
J2.M; por case of 60 No. 0 pkgs,, 12.00;
bulk, In 25 and 60-lb. boxes, per lb., Ctic;
new Turkish 6-crown, In 20-lb. boxes, per
lb., 16c; 6-crown, In CO-lb. boxes, pur lb.,
10c; 7-crown. In 30-lb. boxes, per lb., 17c.
Lemons. Llmonclra, selected brand, extra
l'andy, 300-300 slxos, per box, 17.00; Loma
LlmFmelrn, fancy, 100-300 sires, per box,
tG.60; 240-420 sixes, 00c per box less; Cali
fornia, cholco, 300-360 sizes, per box, Ifl.OO.
Oranges, California, Red (C) brand, extra
fancy, SC-120 sires, per box. 34.26; extra
fancy, all sixes, per box, 34,76. Poarr,
Kclfcr, per bbl., 33.60. Florida grI fruit,
all slses, t4.00. Cranberries, per bbl., 13.00;
per box, 12.76.
VEGETAULE3 Cabbage, ylsconsln,
por lb., lc. Colory, Michigan, por dor.,
36c. Cucumbers, liothouso, por dor., 11.25.
Eggplant, fancy Florida, per dor., jl.60,
Garlic, oxtra fancy white, per dor., Uo.
Lrttucc, oxtra fancy, per dor,, 45c, Onions,
whlto, In crate, tl; yellow, per lb lHc
Parsley, fancy southern, per dor. bunches,
IiOjfKc, Potatoes, Early Ohio, per bu., ffic.
Tomatoes, home-grown, per basket, 7So
Wax beans, per basket, 11; green beans,
per baskrt, fl. Sweet potatoes, Jersey,
per hbl $4.26. Virginia, por bbl., 13, Rutn
bagoH, por lb., lV4c.
NEW YORK, Nov. 4,-METALS-Cop-per
quiet: standard, spot, tlfi.Wl 17.10; De
cember. 316.76iM7.05: January, tlC.76f 17.00;
cfectrolytlc, tl7.37H4M7.87H: lako. tl7.r.2H
17.87H: cnstlng. tl7.2W17.37H. Tin, dull;
spot, t43.S0fitt.35: November, t49.SftfftA40;
Docembor. H!.97H!?&0.45. Lead, eiwv: H.70
4H.80. Spotter, quiet; t7.35fl'7.45. Antimony,
quiet; Cookson r. 110.60, Iron, firm; No.
1 northern, flK.2Mj18.75: No. 2 northern,
117.7618.26; No. 1 southern. $I8.7Wri9.25;
No. 1 southern, soft, tl8.Mvai9.W).
ST. IX)IH8. Nov. 4. METALS-Lend.
lower at 4.6.'. Spelter, weak nt 17.253'
NEW YORK, NoV. 4. With tomorrow
a holiday In the American markets,
whllo Llvornool will remain open for
buslncos us usual, profit taking becamn
more general nnd the market at midday
was 6 or 7 points off from the best. Hpot
NEW. YORK, Nov. 4.-COTTON Rpot ;
closed steady; middling uplands, 3 1. 90c;
middling gulf, 12.16c Hales 3,400 bales.
Cotton futures closed firm. Closing bids:
November, 11.30c; December, 11.62c; Janu
ary, 11.69o: February, ltasc; March, 11.78c;
May, ll.82c; June, 11.64c; July. H87o;
August, 11.82c; September, Jl.tOo; October,
NEW YORK. Nov. 4. EVAPORATED
APPLES Dull and largely, nominal;
choice. 7Ho; prime, 6jjr7Hc, '
DRIED FRUITS ITunes. steady; Call
fornlas up to S0-40ss 27ttWc; Oregons. 6V6
jjtfHc. Apricots, firm; choice, 8i0lc;
extra choice, DHOlOo; fanoy, 10312c.
Peaches, firm; rliolce, 6VMla; extra
choice, 6H7Mc; fancy, THfiSc. Rulslns,
firm; loose muscatels, 4H&0'4a; cholco to
fancy seeded, 6iH(fi,4o: needless, 6HWic;
London layers, ll.40ljl.45.
Tnrpentliie nnd Iloalii.
SAVANNAH. Oa.. Nov. 4. TURPEN
TINE Firm, IS'4o; Hales, 639 barrels; re
ceipts, 746 barrels; shipments, 172 barrels;
stock, 31,982 barrels.
ROSIN Finn; sales, 3,107 barrels; re
ceipts, 3,164 barrels; shipments, 2,822 bar
rels; stock, 116.835 barrels. Quote, A. II.
c, o.02H: tfi.05; u. ta.ovi: P., id.ioa
fi.15; O., tfi.154j6.20: 11., to.2ogo.25; I., 16.26;
K., 15.40; M t,967.00; N., t7.66; W. O.
8.i5; W. W.,
NEW YORK, Nov. 4. COFFBEJ-Fu.
lures, market opened dull at unchanged
prices. The close was steady, net un
changed to 3 points lower; sales, 35,260
bags, November, 14.08c; December, 14.00c;
January, 18.50c; February. U.86c; March,
14.12c; April, 14.17c; May and June, I4.21o;
July, 14.22c; AugUHt, 14.23c; September and
October, 14.20c. Spot coffee, steady; Rio
7s, 14Tc; Santos 4s, o; mild, quiet;
NEW YORK, Nov. 4.-SUOAn-Rw,
quiet; muscovado, 89 test. 3.65c; centri
fugal, DO tent, 4.0Cc; molasses, 89 test,
3.S0c. Refined, quiet,,
ST. LOUI8, Nov, 4.-WOOL Steady;
territory and western mediums, 2lfj25o;
fine mediums, lS20c; fine, nunc.
Stock In Mailt,
Receipts of live stock at trie five prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen
South Omaha 4,700 2.600 19,200
st. Joseph l.ooj 2.600 un
Kansas City 13.CO0 &.000 7.0UO
St. IJUlU. 8,900 4,100 t;,000
Chicago 16,000 19,000 30,000
Totals 42,00) 33,100 tB,700
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET;
Cattle Receipts Light and Prices Arc
Steady to Ten Higher,
H0QS ARE FIVE TO TEN HIGHER
Knl Hhrrp nnd l.nuiba .Mnkc n Jump
of Twonty-l'lve Cntn, Ovrlng: to
l.laht ltcrripta Fred era
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. 4, 1912.
Receipts were: Cattle, Hogs. Sheep.
lsstlmatn Monday 4.6S3 2,614 19,Wo
oamo day last wik...lJ,lu 4,441 Mjo
amo dais 3 wks ago.. 12.230 3.S11 1&..2.
oame day 3 wks ngo..lt,7t;4 2,471 !0,2i
mum Uoj- 4 wks ago . 12.977 1,793 38.014
oamo day last yrar....lu,W4 2,747 W.i.lj
The following table shows tho receipts
ut cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
tor the year lo duto as compared wlln
last year. m. 1911. Inc. Dec
-wll 8I9.U l.(01,urt l.2.0JS
2.4St.812 2.0U.IS4 476,028
2.UM.425 2,fil7,6ia M.001
Tho following table shows tho range ot
prices for hogs nt South Omaha lor tho
u)i witn comparison s ;
Uatn. 1 mi. lj)ll.HiIu.lmx.UK,s,liiHr;. nwu
6 4I U
6 3J tl 13
8 iWi 7 6J
6 4S 4 li
6 twi t IA)
U,, i 18
7 70? $ 4
O OUI O VI
6 61) DC
7 871 7
I 14 .V
Rocelpts wid disposition of llvo stock nt
!vl,H"e,l..Hl?ck South OnuUia. for
tcnlay' ' i0Ur cu'ne at 3 p. m. yen-UECEIPTS-CAIUS.
c Men. i. t-,tU.Hogi-Shetip.H'r's.
C , M. & St. P a j .r 1
Union Pacific n 3 ia i
..Nt.w west.... 2ti 0 Jo ?
v-., BU AI. A; O... 1 3
C.. 11. Q.. east.... 7 3
C. It. li.. WMl Itl 1.1 11 .
C., It, I. j p., oast. 23 4 i
q? JR. I, & P.. west.. 1 1 .. i
wincago ut. West... 1 1 ., ..
Total receipt iss 41 n B
, . . .tiiio, aivKx. onro i,
M0f8 A.CA' a &)1 KU
nWlft find nntiaixnitv . . CIA kui rva,
Clldahy Packing Co 1,423 314 2.971
Armour & Co 459 789 3,343
Morrell is '
ooutn umana 1'ack. Co. 10
W. II. Vonsant Co.,.,,, 33
IlenlOll Vnn.nnl X. V. 1CI
..... .. v. .... ....
11111 & Son "Jrt
----- - - .... . . .
,i" . LpWls, ,9 ....
Huston & Co......... 63
J. 11. IVnot & Co IM
J, H. Rulla 4 ....
L. F. Husa......... 4 .... ....
Rosenstock Rron 139 .... ....
niccreary flt Kellogg.,.. 02
Weriheimer ft Dtgen.... 217 .... ...
it. j'. jiamiiion no ....
llothHchllit Jh U-r.l.. m
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co.... 8 ....
'llnn A C.irlotl... ...... si ....
Other buyer 337 .... 9.W3
Totals 4,630 2.SS7 18.188
CATTLIO-Rocelpts of cattlo were th
smallest they have been on n Monday
for a long tlmo back. Only 11 earn wcro
reported. At tho tamo tlmo advices from
other market points Indicated light he
celpts, showing thut althur tlio western
run Is slacking up or that shippers wore
staying homo to vote.
Thero was a reasonably good demand
for beef steers and such cattlo as found
favor In buyers' nyes commanded prices
that wora generally lOo higher than last
week's close. On the other hand common
and Inferior stuff may not have been any
iinro uiuii Btenay,
Cows and helferi wero also In good de
mand and they commanded prices that
wero anywhero from strong to 10a higher,
The big bulk of tho butcher stock was
cleaned up In very fair season In the
Stock cutlo nnd feeders, owning to the
DMleruto attendance of country buyors,
wore no more than steady with last
week. Possibly tho feeling on the best
grades may have been a llttlo strongor,
but us u rula tho market could hardly
bo quoted as showing any material
chaugu from lost week's close.
Quotations on Nutlv Cuttio Good to
cholco beef steers, 1H.SKU10.00; fair to good
beef stetrs, t7.25Q-8.25; common to fait
beef steers, W.OO'Ul.H; good to choice
heifers, t5.80O0.40; good to choice cows,
t5.402t0.2S; fair to good grades. I4.40S6.40:
common to fair grades, 3.00J4.40; good
iu cnuico mucKura nnu leeaent, w.ztipi.i3l
fair to good stockers and feeders, 15.75
ye, 25 ; common to fair s lookers and feed
ers, t5.00ti6i76; stock cows and heifers,
JI.20Sji.5o; veal oalvos, 14-7633.75; bulls,
stags, etc., tl.00fi6.60.
Quotations on Range Cattle Good to
choice hoof steers, t0.60'tf'S.20; fair to good
beef steers, IS.OOiiO.GO; common to fair
beef steors, 16.250.00.
No. Av. rr.
14 1117 T M
II till T U
.... 1111 t M
( (01 4 19
1 4M I 10
is tu t 10
SI 1011 06
4 IM III
I Ml 1 10
II M I J
: iou i n
I Ml 4 10
I 70 4 ti
t lit 4 to
4 711 4 II
14 1 10 4 It
II 1041 I 00
I till i It
t lies t to
u in 4 to
1 416 4 TS
I 447 t 00
4 IU I 10
IIS t U
1Z lit I Si
I M0 ( !5
Ml I IS
M i 71
, 445 10
1 12B0 4 40 ' Ill 1 10
1 1120 I to t
1 tOO 4 10 1
S 110 I 14 I
1 IM 111 S
i M0 4) ti
110 I 00
110 I 71
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
U M t 10 3 14 it
11 IIS i 00
A v. Pr. tto.
. 875 20
,1120 6 60
, 480 6 75 7 steers.. ..10S5 fi 40
10 cv. ft hfs. 765 4 85 7 heifers... 424 0 60
8 Hteers.... 457 6 00 II steers. ...1051 6 60
833 C 00 4 cows 1030 6 25
John Qullty Neb.
6S0 S 36 14 cs. & hfs. t2 5 33
12 steers.. ..1073 5 80 8 cows 1035 6 60
2 cows 900 5 10
HOQB Speculators set the paco this
morning and It was a lively ono. The
market opened earlier titan usual and by
d o'clock It was practically over with
so far as hogs In first hands were con
cerned. (Speculators bought pretty much
everything at prices that wore 64rl0c,
most 10c, higher. A large proportion of
all tho hogs sold at 17.807.85, as against
87.70(07.80 on Saturday. The top waa
17.90, as against S7.&5 at the close of last
While receipts everywhere were small
and conditions favorable for an advance.
It was very evident that packers were not
disposed to boost the market any morn
than was absolutely necessary, hence they
held back, In most cases allowing the
speculators to buy tho hogs at the ad
This Is the fourth day In succession that
hogs have shown an advance. Tho low
point last week was touched on Wednes
day, when hogs on this market sold on
an avetage of 17,66, so that after allow
ing for Improvement In the market to
day prices are around 2630o higher than
last week's low day.
... 7 13
... 7 SO
... 7 tO
Av. Eh. Pr.
.141 0 7 Ittt
. i:o 1 mu
...S4I 1(0 T IS!,
so I IIH
M 7 MVi
lit IM 7 70
...SSI 40 T 71
Ill ISO 7 IIU
74 SOS ltO 7 7S
S4 ISO 7 U
SO S71 ID 1H
nt so t u
10 T 10
.. 7 15
....ISl 120 7 W
SIS 10 T K
-S4I WO T II
.SSI SOO 7 15
.171 ISO 7 15
.141 to T IS
tM 40 7 15
311 ISO T 15
:w tu 7 u
Jit HQ 7 SO
tu tn i to
.241 M 7 10
ITS SOO 7 W
134 m 7 10
S10 1(0 T 10
40 I I3i
M 171 7 l!i TS 241 ... 7 10
t K) ... 7 10 II II ... S3
M Ill ... 7 10 17 It ... 50
1M .. ..1SI 40 7 K
HH15KP Receipts this mornln.t wero
Very light for a Monday, being the small
est for a number of weeks and only
about half as large as on the correspond
ing day Inst year. Other market points
wero nlso very moderately supplied, the
decreaso In receipts being duo either to
a dcareaso In the western run natural at
this season of tho year or possibly to the
fact that shippers wore staying homo on
account of tho election.
Today's arrlvnla consisted very largely
of feeders, there being only a modcrat
showing of killers. As thcro was n goo i
demand on the part of local packers fot
lambs and uwes sold qulto roadlly nt
prices that wero around 26c higher than
last week On pnpor sales would real",
show more advance than that, but the
quality today was pretty good. Wosten
lambs sold up as high as t7.15, with owes
at t4.W Thero wcro no fat wethers o.
yearlings, at least none of any consc
quence, to mnko a test of tho market on
that kind of stock
Tho attendance of feeder buyers from
the country Is nover very large on u .
Monday morning and It was only natural
to expect n smaller .number than usunl
today on account of election. Still there
was a fair demand for feeders. The
trade, however, opened slow nnd dull
with the feeling about steady. Lstcr on .
the market took on a little moro llfo ami
thero was a somewhat stronger feeling,
pretty much everything being cleaned up
In reasonable season.
Quotations on sheep nnd lambs: Lambs,
good to choice. tdTSOFMS: lambs, fair to
good, t.30irji.75: lambs, feeders, t5.3.vg.2n
yearlings, light, t4.456.25, yearlings,
heavy, t4.20U4.70; yearlings, feeders. .75
5,00; wethers, good to choice, 3.90534.40;
wethers, fair to good. tJ.4003.M; wethers,
feeders, t3.40O4.35; ewos. good to choice.
t3.454y4.OJ; ewes, fair to good, 13.20ff3.43:
ewes, feeders, J3.10ir3.4r; ewes, yearling
hreedors, tl.tWJt'.OO; cull sheep and bucks
No. Av. Pr
ISO Wyolng ewes, feeders 88 3 0)
63 Wyoming ewes 100 3 90
14 Wyoming ewes 108 3 90
US Wyoming owes 101 3 90
233 Wyoming lambs 61 6 40
177 Wyoming lambs 04 A 40
1718 Wyoming lambs 84 7 15
443 Wyoming owes 91 3 60
83 Wyoming ewes .Ill 3 75
23 Wyoming owes 114 4 00
68 Wyoming ewes, culls 101 2 ft)
109 Wyoming owes, culls 78 2 60
488 Wyoming ewes, feeders,... 84 3 10
91 Wyoming ewes 87 3 60
113 Wyoming owes 76 2 65
73 Wyoming wethers , 97 4 40
CHICAGO HVB STOCK MARKET
Demnntl for fllieep fltrnncc IIoki nul
CHIOAOO, Nov. 4,-C'ATTLE Receipts,
16,000 head; marks t generally 10((fl5u
higher! beeves. t5.2SfM0.2S: Texas steers.
14.4096.65: western steers, 1A60QO.25: stock
ers ana reeuers, ilkxqt-iio; cows ana note
ers, e2.75y7.2-; calvm, 0.7G-U10.60.
HOGS Receipts, 19.000 head; market
opened higher, advance partly lost; light,
t7.604r8.10; mixed. t7.60tflS.lG; heavy, t7.4J4l
8.15; rough, 17.457.65; pigs, t.'.ZWM; bulk
of sales, S7.SOH8.10.
SHK1SP AND LAMBS Receipts. 30,000
head; nvarknt strong; native, t3.4OS4.60;
western, t3.65iKC0; yearlings, tltiOUtS.86;
lambs, native. t5. 6027.35: western. l5.T6If
St. Lonts Live Stock Mnrket.
ST. LOUIB. Nov. 4.-CATTLm-RecelnlB.
8,900 hood, including 2,200 Texans; market
huiuiy to weiut; nativo snipping ana ex
port steers, 1S.OOJMO.80: dressed and
butcher steers, t5.4Mitt.G0; stockers and
feeders, 13.76tfT.00: cows and heifers, 85.40
(1-8.75; cannnrs, t2.76Spi.00; bulla, H.iWJM.&O;
calves, $&0011.16; Texas and Indian
steers, tt.60iQ7.2S; cows onl helfors, IX 25
HOGS Receipts, 4,100 head; markot 15a
to 25a higher; pigs and lights, t6.7CH8.00;
mixed and butcher. t7.7O38.l0; good heavy,
SllklCP AND LA-MBS Receipts, 6,000
I. . e Hia.lfai .tudtn Mi44n I iVwrXI Aft.
lambs, ta.0Otf7.2T.; culls and bucks, liooip
3.25; stockers, t2.75(O.60.
Knusua City Live Htook Mnrket.
ICANBA.8 CITY. Nov. 4.-CATTLB-no-celpts,
13,000 head. Including 1,200 south
erns; beef steers 10 to 25o higher, Olivers
strong to 10c higher: dressed beof and ex
port stoor. t8.OOtK10.60; fair to good, $6.00
j.00; western steers, t5.00GS.00; stockers
ana reouers, t.owp(.w; .soumern stoers,
ti.2504.ia; southern cows, 1X2540 25; na
tlvo cows. $1356.60: native helfors. ttxOOii)
8.00; bulls, 14.00tf6.20: calves, $5.(XX&0.6a
iiuua lUKoipts, neaa; market ww
higher; bulk of sales, t7.G57.sr; hoa-i'.
$7J09jJT.tiO: packers and butcheTs. 7.75tj
7.90; light, t7.G01W.SO: pigs, t5.25c34.7S.
SHEEP AND laAMUS-Ilecelpts, 7,000
head: market 15c to 25o higher; lambs,
.....tin,.. ej uUMm, ...... 1, ......
14.0034.75; owes, M.60al.2tj; stockers and
tit. Joseph Live Stock Mnrkrt.
ST. JOSEPH, Nov. 4. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 1.000 head; mnrket 10W15o higher;
steers, $0.761060; cows and holfers, $3.60
WM; calves. limtOM.
HOGS Receipts, 2,600 head; market. 642
10a higher; top, $7.90; bulk of sules, $7.70
BHEJEP AND LAMUS-Uccolpts. GOO
head; market steady; lambs, $6.0007.00.
Secretary of Cubs
CHICAGO, Nov 4.-nuthorford It.
Cooke, assistant secretary of tho Chi
cago National league baso ball club, shot
nnd killed ono of two men who stopped
him on Washington boulevard early this
morning. Cooke said that two men In n
motor car drove up to tho sidewalk
nhead of him and one leaped out nnd
ordered him to throw up his hands. The
baso ball man drow a revolver from his
overcoat pocket and shot the man dead.
The other man, according to Cooke.s
ncount, had not left the automobile and
he threw In the clutch and sped away.
Police found In the dead man's pocknt
an accident lnsuranco policy mado out 1 1
Edward Meyers, and a deputy sheriffs
star. No. 512.
Cooko satd the man ho shot pointed a
revolver at him. Ho was taken to a po
lice station, but later released on his own
recognizance to appear at the coroner' j
AFFECTION FOR HORSE
CAUSES SUICIDE ATTEMPT
RISREE. Ariz., Nov. 4. His remark
able attachment for a horse, the uso ?1
which had been denied him. led Gler
Shipley, a young minor, to kill the horsr
and thon attempt to commit suicide,
after gaining forcible possession of til'
animal. Early this morning Shipley wont
to the livery stablo where tho horse wa
kept, held up tho man 'In chargo at the
point of a revolver, roda the animal Inti
the hills and at a point five miles from
town gavo tho horse a last feed of oat
and than put a bullet through its head
Lying down beside tha dead horse, Ship
ley sent a bullet through his body just
below tho heart.
THREE MORE MEN SACRIFICE
-CUTICLE FOR YOUNG WOMAN
GARY. Ind Nov. 4.-riree men, her
father, her brother and hit- sweetheart,
today gave, up fifty mare square Inches
of akin for the burned body of Miss Ethel
Smith, for whom Billy Hugh, the crippled
newsboy, gave his life by allowing a use
less limb to bo amputated for Its sk'n
The operation was performed this after
noon at a local hospital.
Charles Smith, the father; Ray Smith.
21 years old, her brother, and Roy Rob
erts, 21 years old, her sweetheart, gavo
the skin. When Rugh gave his limb no'
enough skin was obtained. It Is rat
Miss Smith will well n a month,
but declined and both crews refuted to
leave their vessels.