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TIIK OMAHA, "NVKDXKSDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1012
FAItM A UANt'U I. A MIS FOIl SAMS.
THE eastlest way to rind a buyer tor
Tour farm Is to Insert a small want ad
in the Des Moines Capital. Largest dr
culatton In the state of Iowa. U.w dally.
The i Capital Is read by and believed In
by the standpatters of Iowa, who simply
refute to permit any other paper In their
nop. Itates, l cent a word a day;
Jl.fa per line per month; count six ordi
nary words to the line. Address Des
Moines Capital. Des Moines, is.
MISSOURI land-6,009 acres coal and
mineral rights; C. & A. It. R. passes
through tract; vein 4 to 6 feet. Address
J. B. Jones. Hlgbee, Mo.
TIIE SUREST, QUICKEST
AND MOST HEMABL.E ROAD TO
WEALTH IS INVESTMENT IN
You buy It while It is cheap, Improve it
and watch It grow from the value of $10
or $20 per acre up to a value of from $100
to $200 per acre. You cannot alford to
buy this high priced land, but you can
afford to buy this Dawes county land
here that raises more crops to the acre
each year than is raised on this high
priced land. Get a home of your own.
be Independent see my display of Dawes
county products in my umana oitlce, at
107 McCaKue Bids., corner 15th and
Dodge Sts.. onn block east of nostofflca.
M. J-X Bebold, manager of this office, will
enow you the display and. furnish 'you
with book of descriptions and prices,
tnen come to Crawford ana I win shinv
you the real thing the land that will
make you rich.
A HAH U HUNQBRFORD,
Crawford, Dawes County, Nebraska.
tit ACRES land in Blaine county. Neb.
18.26. A. W. Kelpln. 4SO. Charles St
Mil. INVESTOR, Mr. Man with small
means: For sale, 12 quarters of choloo
farm land close to Sidney, Neb., one
tenth cash, bal. ten years' In ten equal
payments. Ernest Raasa Kfriney, Neb.
HOMESTEAD 320 acres rich larm land
for J175, filing fees and all; just over Into
Colorado good stuff, not sand hills.
Land In Kimball county $15 up to $25 per
acre. J. A. Tracy, Kimball, Neb.
40-UUS11EL WHEAT LAND, IA TO M
We have for sale over ao.OOo acres ot
Cheyenne county, Nebraska's choicest
farm land, where the crop vieldU for 12
years, Including 1910 and 1911. average
with the best Id the state. Alfalfa, also
a leading crop. Better soft, water and
climate cannot be found. Write for full
Information. Agents wanted everywhere.
FUND1NUSLAND INVESTMENT CO,
NOWATA, OKU, lots and oil lands for
sale. II. Hoggatt. No. 9, Wead Bldg.
FOR SALE MISC
FOR SALE 1C0 acres good farm land;
40 acres broke, balance all tillable; T
miles from Dallas and E miles from
Colome. Price, $40 per acre, payable
$1,500 cash. $2,G00 March 1. 1IU $2,400
March 1. 1917. Address Box ISO, Dallas,
480 ACRES In Ciark county, South Da
kota, four miles from county seat, 300
acres broke, u good set of Improvements,
Price $55 all acre on good terms.
E. 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 aero that will soon be worth $1,000
for $600; terms. Write
EMERY S. BAYLEY,
SOSO-Acro stock ranch for half Its value
for quick sale; for further Information
address owner, A. J. Johnston, Mer
chant's Nat. Bank Bldg., Springfield, Mo,
IJTE STOCK SiAKKKT OP WEST
Ship live stOJk to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
menta receive prompt and careful attn
Live StocU Commission Merchants.
BYERS BROS. & CO.. Strong, reliable.
CLIFT )N Com. Co., 322 Exchange Bldg.
Bnyrtcr-Malone-Cottman Co.. 169 Ex. Bldg.
LAVERTY BUUS.. 133 Exchange Bldg,
Martin Bros. & Co.. Exchange Bldg.
Cluy, Booinson & Co.. 2W Excnangw Bldg.
UNITED SURETY COMPANY RECEIV
ERSHIP. Thomas II. Bowles et aL vs. United
Surety Company et al.
In the Circuit Court of Baltimore City.
Upon the petition of the receivers filed
In this caso It Is this 10th day of October,
In the year nineteen hundred and twelve,
by the circuit court of Baltimore City,
adjudged and ordered
1. That February 15, 1913, is hereby
fixed as tho final day for the filing of
claims In these proceedings by the bond
holders, policy holders and creditors of
tlio United Surety Company, and only
claims filed on or before said day par
ticipate In any distribution of the assets
of the company to be made to the cred
itors hy tlio receivers.
2. That no default under any outstand
ing bond or guaranty of said company of
any character occurring after the- 13th
day of January, 1913, shall gtvo rise to a
proveable claim in any distribution of
the assets of the company to bo made to
the creditors by the receivers.
3. That the holders of outstanding
bonds and guarantees under which no
claim for loss Is made bo and they are
hereby authorized to file claim against
the company for the amount of loss aris
ing from procuring, substitute bonds at
prevailing rates, or for tho' unearned pre
mium. If the holders of bonds guaranteeing
the maintenance of construction or other
work for a llxed period are unable to
procure substitute bonds on such terms,
they may claim under tho provisions of
paragraph 4 hereof.
4. That the holders of outstanding
bonds and guarantees under which claim
for loss la made, but such claim Is un
liquidated or not definitely ascertainable,
be and they are hereby authorized to
fllo for the penalty of the bond In order
that their claims may be subsequently
considered and a proper reservation of
'assets made therefor, If and when the
camo are definitely established,
5. That the reselvers cause a copy of
thi urder to bo published at least once a
week for three successive weeks prior to
November 15, 1912, In a newspaper of
general circulation In each state wherein
the United Surety Company was en
gaged In business. Said receivers shall
also mail printed copies of this order td
all creditors of said company, and to the
holders of Us bonds, policies and guar
antees, and to the beneficiary thereof so
far as the addresses of said creditors and
holders and beneficiaries are ascertain
able from the company's books; also to
the courts in cases where suet) bonds or
guarantees were issued under the direc
tion and subject to the approval of such
courts: but the nonrecelpt of such printed
copy shall not affect the validity of this
order, CHAS. W. HEUiSLER.
State of Maryland, City of Baltimore, ss.;
I, William M. Carson, clerk of the cir
cuit court of Baltimore City, do hereby
certify that the above is a true copy of
the original order now on file In this
office In the cause therein entitled
Thomas IL Bowles et aL vs. Unite.
Surety Company et al.
In testimony whereof I h.'reto set my
hand and affix the seal of the said cir
cuit court this 11th day of Ostober, 1912.
WM. M. CARSON, Clerk.
BOSTON, Nov. 6. WOOL The market
Is broadening on general buyers by nearly
all leading mills. Values are firm, with
some of the holders asking higher prices.
Territory wools have been the principal
source of business, although nearby
fleeces are in active demand. Ohio washed
delaine brings 34c and Mich gan half
blood 33c. Sales of staple grade wools
have been large and half-blood Montana
sells for 36c In the grease. Texas and
California wools are not active.
OMAHA LIYEJTOGK MARKET
Cattle of All Kinds Ten to Fifteen
HOGS STEADY TO FIVE HIGHER
Sheep nnU Lnmba In Very Moderate
Supply, rrith Lambs n Quarter to
Thirty lllthcr Sheep Ten
to Fifteen Up.
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. 5. 1911
Receipts were: t?nttl. It nan
Official Monday 4.S37 2.911 19.320
Estimate Tuesday ,WO 2.MK) la
Two days this week..lS.S37 E.711 S2.S20
Same days last week..22.197 11. 1U M.632
Same days 2 weeks ago 21,405 10,W &6.SM
Same days 3 weeks ngo 25,(31 9.941 49.531
Same days 4 weeks ago 24,957 6.330 80,839
eanie nays last year,. 17,432 7,Wu es.Vu
the following table snwa ttia receipts
of cattle, hogs aud sheep at bauth Omaha
for the year to date as compared with
last year: 1912. 1911. Inc. Dec.
Cattle $5S,21S 1,001.176 14S.D93
Hog 2,495,003 2,020,062 474,957
Sheep 2.K0.010 2,618,G65 6S.645
The following table Bhows the range of
prices for hogs at South Omaha for the
last few days with comparisons:
Date. 1912. lail.1910.1909.1905.lW7.1906.
i 7VI Q III 1 Kit 1 m
5 el) 6 0S
Hn-elula and dtsnosltlon of live stock at
me union stock l arils, south omalia, for
twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. in. yes-
C. M. & St. P. Ry,
Wabash R. 11
Missouri Pnclflo Ry. 1
union Jacinc it. it.. &
C, & N. W., east.. ..
C. & N. W.. west.. 1
C St. T., M. & O... 1
C B. & Q east.... 1
C, B. & Q west.... 13
C. It I. & P., west. ..
Illinois Central Ry.. t
Total receipts .. 24
Cattle; Hogs, Sheep.
Moms & Co 35
Swift & Co 2S7
Ctodohy Packing Co.... 214
Armour & uo 114
So. Omuha Packing Co. 3
Cudahy, Kansas City,.. 98
W. B. Vansaut Co 5
Hill & Son IS
F. B. Lewis.. . 35
J. B. Root & Co 22
J. H. Bulla , S6
Rosenstock Bros 3
McCreary Kellogg... 19
Wertheimer & Degen... 24
H. F. Hamilton 54
Rothschild & Krebs.... 15
Mo. & Ivan. Calf Co....' 22
Other buyers 100 8,289;
Totals.' , 1,090 2,653 15,367
CATTLE The effect of eiectlon day on
business was very plainly Evident In the
reduced cattle receipts tills morning. All
told there were only thirty-seven cars
reported in the yards, being tho small
est Tuesday's run for months back. There
were really not enough cattle of any
one kind on sale to moke a market, but
'the Bmall receipts yesterday, the still
smaller run today and tho prospect of
light receipts the balanco of tho week
made buyers very eager to pick up every
thing in sight. As a result they cleaned
up tho offerings Just ahout aa fast as
they could get a chance to bid on them
The prices paid for all kinds ot killing
cattle, that Is both cows and steers', wero
around 10S15c higher than yesterday and
In some cases looked oven a quarter
higher. To mako comparison, prices
were about 235c higher than the low
point last week.
There wero only a few stock cattle and
feeders, but they too sold as much as
1015c higher than yesterday. Practically
everything In sight was cleaned up by ,9
o'clock In the morning or very soon after.
Quotations, on Native Cattle Good to
choice beef steers, J8.25Q10.00; fair to good
beet steers, $7.2528.25; common to fair
beef steers, JS.0Otf7.23; good to choice
heifers, $5.8036.40; good to choice cows,
$S.40Qfi.25; fair to good grades. $4.405.40;
common to fair grades, $3.004.40; good
to choice stackers nnd feeders, t6.2jJf7.2o;
fair to good stackers' and feeders, $5.75
06.25; common to fair stockers and feed
ers, 5-Cy6.75; Btock cows and heifers,
$4.256.50; veal calves. $1.758.75; bulls,
stags, etc.,' $4.0035.50.
Quotations on Range Cattlo Good to
choice beef steers, $6.6003.30; fair to good
beef steers, $6.0tf0.W; common to fair
beef steers, $5.256.00.
Nc At. Pr. No. At. Pr. '
It 'IM t a 4 1170 B 0
1068 4 SO
E 843 3 78
895 i 85
V 18 10SJ t 00
17 ..841 I 10
22 101 5 30
18 SOU 6 45
18 83S S 45
780 t 00
, 8 4 60
817 4 M
S 441 4 45
I m 4 75
2 I7S 4 7S 19., 744 ( 33
740 4 80 11 STS 5 60
i 7(4 i 23 2., tiO 4 00
t ( I U I IIS 23
7 381 t CO 8 307 8 73
2 i... 273 t 78 1 240 8 73
1 220 8 25 7
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS,
u in t :s
C. W. Wulfjcn-Mont.
II steers.. ..1233 7 00 3 steers.. ..1003 C 25
25 steers. ...1179 6 90
Brown & Humphrey Mont.
2S steers. ...1235 7 00 U steers. ...1233 6 25
Brewster Estate Mont.
III steers...U30 6 55 102 steers.,.1249 6 55
97 steers..,.1127 6 45 79 steers. ...1123 6 CO
27 steers. ...1179 6 90 22 steers. ...1153 6 25
14 steers.... 821 5 70 11 steers., ..1013 5 0
Harry Hunter Wyo.
8 steers.. ..1212 6 75 8 steers.. ..1033 C 25
3 cowb 946 5 75
HOGS The market opened this morn
ing with shippers picking up a' few scat
tering loads at prices that wero fully So
higher than yesterday. They paid mostly
S7.85&7.90 for their early purchases. Later
advices from Chicago coming lower and
packers being very evidently bearish In
their views, the market eased off, so
that a good share ot the hogs sold very
little better than steady to strong. The
trade continued to ease off and the mar
ket closed with all the advance of the
morning lost, and possibly more, too, the
extreme close not being as good as yes
terday. As will be noted from the sales
a large percentage ot the hogs brought
$7.S07.83, the same as yesterday, with
the top at $7.90, but the proportion ot hogs
at the higher prices was somewhat
greater than yesterday, making the aver
age market a trifle better.
Receipts ot hogs were very light again
today, making the total for the two days
this week only about one-half as large as
for the corresponding period one and two
weeks ago. The market Is now 2530o
higher than It was on Wednesday of last
week, the extreme low point.
No. At, SS. fr.
0 Ill ... t (0
n .150 ... 1 M
14 171 M 7 TO
U 1S ... 7 75
m i(0 in
II Ill ... 7 75
U Ml M 7 71
10. HI 1M 7 11
70 IM 10 1 W
71 t M0 7 W
71 U0 M 7 M
U til 120 7
10 ,.M0 ... 7 10
( Ill 40 7 W
13 !0 120 7 U
U t!l W 7 W
.247 140 7 10
M ,.tn 10 7 IIH
8., 270 210 7 UH
41.. .....171 40 7 MH
II tu 1C0 7 li
At. Bh, Pr.
..221 40 7
..213 120 7 SS
2U ... 7 IS
40 7 IS
40 7 IS
74 .Ml 20 7 Ii
41 ,.231 . 7 IS
41 211 120 7 IS
7 221 40 7 IS
U I2S ... 7 IS
71 221 110 7 IS
It ... 7 IS
M Ill 120 7 IS
10 7 17 H
..272 114 7 17 14
41 T H
.111 110 7 M
.240 120 7 W
.2SS I0 7 M
(4.. 220 1M 7 IS
24 S . .. 25 6 M to
(2 ... M 20 M . I TS
4. .. 121 . 7
BHEEP Sheep receipts wero imal
again today, bejng consluurably llglite
than yetterday The total for the tw'i
days foots up only about 32,0 head being
silently more than one-third as many as
19 SXi 7 59
6 19 8 36 7 54
6 1$ S 3"l 7
s 13 7 65
6 1$ 7 70
e i: 8 oi
8 00 7 68
8 07 7 74
7 ifel 7 70
were revolved on the corresponding two
days of last week and only about one
half as many as arrived at the yards
during the same peilod a year ago.
xne spienuw buying uphhuki ror rat
sheep and lambs noted yesterday was
strongly In evidence again today. Buyers
were out In good season and lambs met
with very ready sale at prices that were
afttfSOa higher than yesterday's market.
Some of the same Iambi that brought
$7.00 yestetday brought SOo more today.
The trndo was nctlvo at the advance
noted and everything desirable In the
wny of killing Iambs was disposed of In
a very short time. The bott lambs sold
up as high as $7.K, which Is the hlhe
Point touched for this month, and the
same Is tho top price for tho months of
September and October. In other words,
tho advance this week cnrrle the mar
ket on lambs to the highest point touched
since August, when tho best lambs
Wethers, yearlings and owes were also
In very good demand and desirable killers
wero at least 10Jll6c higher than yeter
day. Somo good ewes brought $4.15, us
against a top yesterduy of $1.00, with old
wethers as high as $1.50 ntid yearlings up
to $5.25, with a deck of fed yearlings at
There wero not very many feedor lambs
on sale, but such as there were com
manded good steady to strong prices.
Feeder yearlings sold 10c higher than
yesterday morning, tho same stuff bring
ing $5.03 today that sold at $4.93 early
yesterday. All In nil. It was a very good
market from start to finish, practically
everything being cleaned up In very good
Quotations on Sheep and Lambs
Lamb, good to choice. J7.004.r7. 40; lambs,
fair to good, $(5.50(37.00; lambs, feeder,
5.256.!5; yearlings, good to choice,
light $5.086.40; yearlings, heavy, $i.f
6.00; yearlings, feeders, feeders, $4.50tf
6.15; wethers, good to choice, $1.0tr4.5O;
wethers, fair to good, $3.5Ojr4.00; wethers,
feeders, $X"5tf4.2o; ewes, good to choice.
$4.Wtf4.25; ewes, fair to good, $3.&Otf4.00;
ewes, feeders, $3.00tr3.S5; owes, yearlings
breeders, $4.50(if5.00; culls, sheep and
257 S. D. lumos, feeders 39 4 50
354 8. D. lambs, feeders 4S 4 50
371 Wyoming ewes 103 4 10
370 Wyoming ewes, cults 93 3 10
550 Wyoming lambs "0 7 35
KS Wyoming lambs i
4SS Wyoming lambs 71 7 So
151 Wyoming lambs, feeders... 52 6 SO
zi Wyoming yearling ewes.... a a w
CHICAGO I.1VH STOCK MAIIKUT
Demand for Cattle mid Hotrs Steady
CHICAGO. Nov. 5,-CATTLE-Recrlpts.
4.500 head: market slow, generally steady;
beeves. Jo.33ITll.00! Texas steers. H.iw
5.65: western steers, $5.D(VI(..25; stockers
and feeders, $4.257.35; cows and heifers,
$2.75S'7.Sfl; calves, JG.TbtJiO.Wl.
HOGS Receipts, 11.000 head; market,
steady to Co lower; light. $7.45118.05; mixed,
$7.5.-08.15; heavy. $7.40f(.15: rough, $7,401(1
7.G0; pigs, $5.0OJF7.00; bulk ot sales, $7.75
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1G.TO
head; market strong to 15c higher; na
tive. $3.40fr4.70; western. $3.CVg4.60; year
lings, $4.7OJf.00: Inmbs, native, $5,501$
7.40; western, C.,5Q7.3o.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS C1TT. Nov. 5. CATTLE
Receipts. 7.000 head. Including 1,500 south
erns; market steady to strong; dressed
beef nnd export steers, $S.OOJfl0.50; fnlr
to good. $6.4018.00: western steers, $5.00fffi
7,50; stockers and feeders, $l.50Ii7.15;
frouthern steers. 4.2osi.00: southern cows.
$3.256.23; native cows, $3,253'G.50; native;
heifers. $3,0OfiS.00; bulls, $4.O05.r; calves.
HOGS Receipts. 6.000 head: mnrKet,
steady; bulk of sales, $7.66fr7.90; heavy,
37.85(28.00: packers and butchers, $7.C5ff
7.95; light. $7,604(8.50; pigs. $5.G0t).rA
SHEEP AND LAMH Receipts, 4.UW
head; market, 25c higher; lnmbs, $6.251f
7.60; yearlings. $4.5Csri5.00; wethers, $4.00f?
5.00; ewes, $3.755J4.50; stockers and feed
81, I.iiuln Llvn Slock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. B. CATTLE Receipts,
4,100 head including 2,100 Toxuns; market,
steady; native shipping and export steers,
$8.00Q'10.S0; dressed and butchers' steers,
$5,454(.00; stockers and feeders, $3.75ia7.(;
cows and heifers, $5.4038.75; canners. $2,75
4.00;, bulls, $4.0OSO.60; calves, $6.004T11.10;
Texas and Indlun ntctr, $4.50jf7.25; cows
and heifers, $3.236.00.
HOGS Receipts, 4,500 head; market, 5c
to 10c higher; pigs and lights, $n.75fi.00;
mixed and butcher, $7.7006.10; good heavy,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 4,ftVl
head; market, steady; muttons, $4.00
4.25; lambs, $C.W(7.25; culls and bucks,
$2.0033.25; Btoekers und feeders, $2,765?
SI. .losepli l.lvo Slock MnrkPt,
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Nov. 6. CATTLE
Receipts, 1,300 head; market 10a higher;
steers, $6.7610.50; cows and heifers, $3.50
QS.50; calves, $I.50Q9.23.
HOGS Receipts, 4,500 head: market
steady; to strong; top, $7.93; bulk of sales,
$7.Wi)7 90. ,M
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 500
head; market 355J50c hlghor; lambs, $6.25
Slock In SIkIiI.
Receipts of llvo stock at the five prln-
Cattlo. Hogs. Sheep.
. 9.000 2,800 13,500
. 1,300 4,500 5U0
. 7,000 5,500 4,000
. 4.100 4,500 4,000
. 4,50) 2S.30O 16,000
,25,900 28,300 3S.000
CIiIchko Produce Mnrket.
CHICAGO, Nov. 5. BUTTER Firm;
creamcrieH. 2732c; dairies, 24f(29c.
EGGS Firm; receipts, 2.690 cases; at
mark, cases Included, 20fl21c; ordinary
firsts. 23c; firsts, 20c.
CHEESE-Steady; drilsles, 17'4iCIc;
twins, 16?iil7n; yoitng Americas, 17W
17ic; long horns. Wiil'c.
POTATOES Steady; receipts. C5 cars;
Michigan. 48ti63c; Minnesota, 47050c; Wis
POULTRY Alive easy; turkeys, 30c;
chickens, 11c for heavy; springs, 1214c
VEAL-Steady at ,9fll4c.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. C.-COTTON-Spot,
good business done; prices eaxler- Amer
ican middling fair, 7.13c; good middling,
6.89c; middling, 6.71c; low middling, 5.61c;
St. Joseph, Mo., Friday, November 15th, 1912
50 high grade Hol
steins nnd high grade
Jerseys, and 15 rod
cows a,l milking, and
bred either to Son of
the King of tho Ponti
acs or to a Son-of Col
antha 4th Lad; 75. head
choice higli grade Hol-
been raised on this
Frederick Avenue car from depot to
Address all communications to
Col. Z. Branson, Lincoln, Neb.
Col. Dan Gibson, Stewartsville, Mo.,
5.99c; ordinary, 5 51c.
OMAHA (lltMIHAI. MAUICKT.
Bl'TTHU-No. 1. Mb. mrtons. c; No.
1. In llh. tubs. V; No. 2, JV.
CHKBSE-lmported Swiss, e: Ameri
can Svue, Ko; li.sik Swiss. 24c; twins,
20o; daisies. 30c; triplets. 20c; Young
Americas, tic; blue label brlrk 21e; llm
bcrger, 2-lb 31e; l-lb JJc; New York
BEEF CUTiS-No. 1 ribs. 3tc: No. 2
ribs, 14V; No. 3 ribs, 10i N 1 loins,
MHo; No. 2 loins. UHo; No. 3 loins, llVio;
No. 1 chucks, 9tc; No. 2 chucks, 8.; No.
3 chucks. 7ltc; No. 1 rounds, iSUi'i No. 2
rounds, !&hc. No. 3 rounds, 9c. No. 1
plates. 8hie; No. 2 plats, 7V4o; No. 3
1-ol'l.THY-Brollcrs. $5 per doi.; hens,
15o, cocks, lie; ducks, ISO. geese, 16c;
turkeys, SRc, pigeons, por do,., 1 1. 20. Allvo,
broilers, ISC, liens, smiwie; roosicrs.
7o; ducks, full feathered, 12C; gceso,
full feathered, lOo; turkeys, 15o, pigeons,
nor do.. 00c. homers. $260; sutiubs, No. 1.
$1 ?0; No. 2, 50c
lNU tirusuj ncKerei, uc; wane, inc;
trout, lie; large crapplee. Ho; Bpmilsh
mackerel, 15o; eel, 15c; haddock, 14o;
t. ..nFI-l, lln. .hail
TTacli: shad ra. Per alr. W! .allium;
Sc; halibut, 114c; buffalo, Sc. bullheads,
Sales. 10.1XV bale
13S . .. v-. . o M 'vlved and led back to her cell In tho i
BEEF No. 1 ribs. 20c S No. 2 ribs, 13se; ,
No. 3 ribs, lOVic; No. 1 loins. 22o; No. 2 county Jftll.
loins, lto; No. 3 loins, HHc; No. 1 "There Is no Justice here." the con
chucks, !e; No. 2 chufks. 7o; No. 3 vlcted woman sobbed. "Those that nt'e
chucks. 7Uc; No. 1 rounds, 12c; ivo. J
' mt.: t w.i..,.i. a. Vi. i
plates, "7o; No. S tatus, 7c; 'No. 3 plates,
OVtc. ... . .
bbli.. $3.W; n7w Yortl arS nd
Baldwins, $3.25. Spanish onions, per case,
$1.50. Bananas, fancy select, por bunch,
$2 25tf2.50; Jumbo, per bunch, J2.751f3.75.
Dates, Anchor brand, new, 30 1-lb. pkgs,
in Iw-iy- linn tinT. M.!K llrntiiptln l-V bl'illlll.
,,. ' '
new, 30 1-lb. pkgs. In box, per box, w.w.
Figs, California, per caso of 12 No. 12
pkgs., K.c; per case or Et iso. n pxgs.,
$2.ri0; Per 'caso of 50 No. 6 pkgs., $2.W:
bulk. In 26 and 60-lb. boxes, per lb., 6lio; '
now 'Turkish 5-crown, In 20-lb. boxes, per
lb., 15o; G-crown, In 20-lb. boxes, per lb.,
16c: 7-crown, In 30-lb. boxes, per lb., 17c
I.einons, Llmonelra, selected brand, extra
fancy, 300-360 sizes, per box, $7.00; Loma
Llmonelra, fancy, SOO-300 slcs, per box,
$6.50 , 240-420 sixes, Mc per box less; Cali
fornia, choice, 300-360 sixes, per box. $6.00.
Oranges. California, Red (C) brand, extra
fancy, W-126 sizes, per box, $4.24; extra
fancy, all sixes, per box, $1.73, Penrs,
Kclfer, per bbl., $3.50. Florida grajto fruit,
all bIzcs, $4.00. Cranberries, per bbl., $S.0o;
per box, $2.75.
VEGETABLES Cabbage, Wisconsin.
per lb., lc. Celery, Michigan, per do.,
S5c. Cucumbers, hothouse, per do., $1.25.
Eggplunt, fancy Florida, per dox., $1.50.
Garlic, extra fancy white, per do., 15c.
Lettuce, extra fancy, per dox., 45c, Onions.
While, In crate, $1; yellow, per lb., llio?
Parsley, fancy southern, per dox, bunches,
501(750. Potatoes, Early Ohio, por bu., fCc,
Tomatoes, home-grown, por basket, 75c
Wax beans, per basket, $1; green beans,
per basket, $1. Sweet potatoes. Jersey,
per bbl., $4.25. Virginia, per bbl., 33. Ruta
bagas, per lb IVic.
London Stoek Mnrket,
tho best section of the London stock ox-
chnngo today. Prices opened around
parity, and then advanced under the lead
of Union Pacific. Buying nnd boar cov-
ering hold prices firm during the day and
the murkct closed from U to 1 higher.
London closing stock quotations:
Contolt, montr. 73 18-ltLoulivllle & ili...l6Ui
Antcona T4 Norfolk a WeUern.nssi
Atcliltan 110H 60 pfd 90
n...mPr. . 'ohio. 10T renS '.Irani. ..' ! ti
Canadian I'actdr . ie9mtand Mined . u
Chi.', Mil. & St. P.115 do pM (Hi
ii-or UK Soutiiem rcltio ..ns.
Dtnver & Ilia O
SH( Union Pulflo I7H
35KU. 8. 8(l..
da 1st pfil 33 da pM , 1154
do 2d pfd 48 Vt)h 44
a rand Trunk Wi do pfd H
Illlnoti Central ...131
SILVER Bar, 'easy ut 28 13-lCd por
,MONBY-2',4i73i,4 per cent.
The mto of discount In the open mnr
ket for short bills Is 1 15-16K0 per cent; for
threo months' bills, 5 per cent.
London Stock Mnrket.
LONDON, Nov. 5. Money was more
plentiful und dlwcount rutos wero t shudo
easier today. Tho uncertainties ot tho
near eastern situation nnd continent!)!
settling calmed 11 drooping tendency on
the Btock exchange, but tho market devel
oped a better tone In the afternoon and a
fair recovery followed on rumors that tho
powers nro likely to rench an agreement
soon on tho Balkan question. Consols
recovered an eighth. Shipping shares
wero weak on reallxlng. Tho American
was tlio best section. Prices opened
around parity and advanced under tho
load of Union Pnelflc. Now York buyim;
and bear covering held prices firm dur
ing tho duy nnd the market closed from
lc to lo higher.
Liverpool (irnln Market,
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 6.-WHEAT-Snot,
dull; No. 1 Mnnlloba, 8s Id: No. 3 Mani
toba, h Id; futures, easy; December, 7s
6V4d; March, 7s 6V4d.
CORN Spot, easy; new American, kiln
Vlrled," 6s lid; futures, easy; December, 5s
'u; January, tvj w.
Knnsns City Produce Market.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 5. BUTTER
Creamery, SOo; flrBts, 28c; seconds, 20c;
pncklng stock. 23c.
EGGS Extras, 27c; firsts, 26c; seconds,
POULTRY Hens, UHC'ISo; roosters, 9c;
springs, HHc; young turkeys, 17c.
OSLVHA, Neh., Nov. S.-'Hank clearings
for today wero 12,633,110.00, an compared
tn 2,S67.91CI1 last year, showing a gain of
Oil Hud Itosln,
HAVANNA1I, Oa.. Nov. 5.-OIL8-Tur-pcntlno
firm at kmi Itosln firm; typo
h Jii.lWC.15; G, 0.1C'o"C.3i).
Attend Orkln niothera grand npcnlne
tlila evening. Htorc opsn until 0:30. No
merchandise wlU bo sold. Orchestra
mutlo on every floor.
Letters answered. All stock has
ing tested for
WOMAN GUILTUF MURDER
Mrs. Louise Lindloff Convicted of j
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS' SENTENCE
Crista! Cuter, After 4'ollnp"', ("om
plains There I No Jnsllee
Attorii!n I'lfc Motion fur
CiUCAOO. Nov. 5 -Mrs. Loulso Llnd
Icff, spiritualist and crystal gatrr, w.s
found guilty of murder by a Jury III
Judgo Wlndes' court tonight and her puti
Ishemetit fixed at twenty-five years It.
the penitentiary. She was charged with
the poisoning of her 15-yeur-otd sou.
Mrs. Lindloff laughed hysterically and
cast a sneering glance at tho Jury when
the verdict was trsd. Ijxter she col-
taPl while standing In an ante mom
surrounded by her friends. Slio was re-
n, .. i , ,,,. ,,,,
guilty are turned loose and those that I
are Innocent get tho worst of It. I wilt I
ishow my Innoccnco beforo I nm through I
"111 only bo a question of lime, I did
.mil mil my iu in nny ui uiu uiiicib.
am Innocent, as God Is my witness."
A formal motion for a now trial wns
made by the woman's attorney nnd th
. . . x -v.
iuu"ii wi nuiriiiwi ia
i hearing nrguments.
as the dnto for
One In Eluttt I'nn vletnl,
Lindloff Is the flrBt woman con-
vlctcd of murder In tho Cook county
coutts In threo years. Seven other women
havo been tried In tho criminal court for
murder, but In each rase tho Jury either
returned a verdict of not guilty or dlsi
Tho Jury retired at 3:45 In tho afternoon
and a verdict was not returned until
The Lindloff boy died June 13 last and
tho stnte charged that ho was poisoned
with arsenic Mrs. Undloff was arrested
Juno 14 on suspicion of having poisoned
two husbands and her threo children.
When she was arraigned In tho municipal
court Juno 17 charged with, tho murder
ot her son, she wns ordered held with
out ball and by agreement ot counsel tho
preliminary hearing was postponed until
Juno 27 without tho Introduction of testi
mony. Mcnnwhlto a chemical analysis of
tho dead boy's organs disclosed quan
tities ot arsenic.
Exhumation ot tho bodies of William
Lindloff, ono of tho woman's husbands
and Alma Lindloff, a daughter, was tho
next step and on Juno 27 Prof. Walter
y, nuynes, who conducted tho resulting
u,ii nivio iimt im 1,11,1
chemical nnlj sis, reported that he had
. found nrsenle In tho Internal organs ot
I both. On Juno 9 camo a dispatch from
Milwaukee, Win,, to tho effect that
omo d 1., found m u,0 b.iy t
Julius Graunke, formor hUHband of Mrs,
Bollco Investigation proved that Arthur
Ltndlott'R life hud been heavily insured
and a motive for tho alleged killing was
bolloved to havo beon established. Other
evidence was found und on Juno 17 tlio
seeress was indicted by tho Brand Jury.
Tho charge was murdor and wns based
on tho denth of hor son, Arthur.
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