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TILE 13KK: OMAHA, MONDAY, DKl'KMBKIJ. !), UM2.
kou salh on Kxcn.X(a:
FOR Sale or Trade 4S H. I'. Apperson
t'-uring ear. Call or address George
I Kroner. Stuart. la.
AHVI HAC-l v. UK "rlfl.R.
ItEED Abstrnct Co., oldest abstract of.
ftce In Nebraska. WW BrandelsTheaUr.
CITY I'ltUI'KH TV Kim XAl.ll.
THE ROSEBUD LAND CO
handles exchanges of all Kind! Room 6.
"ntlnental Illk.. Omaha.
TO BUY. SETA OU RENT, FIRST SEE
June . IIUIUSI
11VQ ivm VAliVAM UT
OMAH 1 ltnfE
vMAiiA. iiusik. v
tnt and bur yon a lUco
, stop paying rent and buy yoti a nlco
little 5-room cottage, electric lighted and
water In kitchen. Situated With and
sightly In Albright's Choice Addition to
Wo wllbsell the place to you so you can
pav it out like rent. It la newly papered
ml painted and It la In tip-top condition.
i "all and we will take you down to se
ii in our automobile.
ROWE REALTY COMPANY.
1623 Farnam St.. Room 4. Tel. D.
TONES ST. lot. !xl32 ft., with front and
alley trackage. Price reasonable. Call
wner at Douglas 4342 or Tyler 1073.
ACKJSAC.IS KOll ItAMb
In cltj. t mile of car line, paved street
and school. Comfortable 7-room house,
good barn, nice yard with Plenty shade.
One-half or more (rood garden hind, bal
anco suitable for fruit or pasture; slopes
east, well protected from north and west
a warm, sunny place excellent for fruit,
early garden, hot beds or green houses.
Owner leaving state and has cut price for
quick sain. W.750.
M'GEB REAL ESTATE CO.,
10T. Pearl St.. Council muffs.
KAnar ltAxt-ii i, anus for .sai.h
A In bam n,
FARMERS Ask me about your chances
.In Alabama. I was a Minnesota farmer
and havo farmed It here nearly throe
years; would like a few more progre's
ilva northern neighbors; questions truth
fully answered. W. Dunnlcllff, Boiling,
4.10 a., rich dark loam land; 120 rult;
bal. timbered; level; no rocks; l ml. ry.
tl a., H down. Robt. Sessions, Wlnthrop,
Ark.. Dept B.
FIVE THOUSAND acres of choice
land In Polk county. Florida, for sale by
owner, at Eight Dollars and Twenty-flve
Cents per acre. Land In same locality Is
retailing at from Thirty to Fifty Dollars
tier acre. The ownprs must sell In order
to raise cash, Is reason for low price
stated. Address. Y 23 Bee.
TRAVERSED By TUB
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Lands adapted to the widest range of
crops. All the money crops of the south
plentifully produced. 'For literature treat
ing with this coming country. Its olL
climate, church nnd school advantages,
W. K. LEAHY. Dept. K.
General Passenger Agent.
DO YOU DO ANY BUSINESS IN IOWA
The Des Moines Capital Is Iowa's most
widely circulated and inont Influential
jiowspapor. Its dally circulation exceeds
13,000 copies. The clas.sldod advertUins
rate Is 1 cent a word or 6 cents a line.
You can sell your farm In Iowa or you
".an buy land In Iowa by the use of the
Des Moines Capital. The rate by the
nonth Is N.20 a line. Address the Des
Molnea Capital Pea Moines, la.
A GREAT LITTLE FARM.
Thlrty-alx acres, 5 miles of city. One
of the most productive and best paying;
Places in the county. Good rich upland,
!S acres level, 10 acres south slopo which
Is set with grapes now partly In bearing.
wnor sold over" $1,000 worth of grapes
rhis year and crops from the place-will
be worth at least $1,600 husldes much of
ihe living for a family. Good 4-room cot
Inge, barn, sheds. largo cave cellar, nlco
tun) arind houso, small orchard, U-acre
usparajrra which" produces about J75 per
year. Extensive and-beautiful view. A
very pleasant and nttrnctlvo placn to live
und nil In first-class condition. $7,000,
W.OOO cash, balance long time. No trades.
M'GEB REAL ESTATE CO.,
106 Pearl St.. Council Bluffs.
50 ACRES ALFALFA, HSOO-HAMIL-ton
Co., Knn.; rich Arkansas river bottom
land, about one mils from Kendall (main
line Santn Fo Ry.); good fonce, no build
ings, $1,000 cash, balance at -6 per cent.
James K Lombard, Owner, Kansas
rity. Mo. .
SEVJ3N1T .-icres rlnhest soli, adapted
for any truck growing; quarter mile from
depot. Lyman, Miss. A bargain. W. W.
Byrne, Holt, Fla.
40-nUSIIEL WHEAT LAND, $2T. to $35
We have for sale over 20,000 acres of
'heyenne county, Nebraska's choloest
farm land, where the crop yields for 13
vears, Including 1910 und 1911. average
with the best In the state. Alfalfa also
a leading crop. Better soil, water and
climate cannot bo found Write for full
Information. Agents wanted everywhere.
FI'NDINGSLAND INVESTMENT CO.,
ALFALFA, corn, cotton land bargain
lists McMath & Johnson. Memphis. Tenn.
MVB STOLIt MAKKKT OF VKST
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mlleago and shrinkage. Your consign
ments recelvo prompt and careful atten
tion. Live Slock Cnmmlulun Merchniits.
BYERS BROS. & CO. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. 222 Exchange Hide
Snyder-Malone-Coffman Co., 159 Ex. Uldg
L.VVBltTY BROS.. 138 Exetiat.co Bldg
MARTIN BROS. & Co.. Exchange Bldg.
Clay. Robinson & Co . 200 Exchange Bldg
NOT1CIC It hereby given that sealed
prorfs.ils will be received by tho Board
of Directors of the Farmers' Irrigation
District at their office In the City of
Scottsbluff. Nebraska for the purchase of
1 wo million five hundred and fifty thou
und dollars ($2,RW.ooo) faco value of the
six Per cent serial bonds of said district
1 nt 1 1 1:30 o'clock p. 111. on the 2"ld day
of December. Said bonds arw Issued under
and by virtue of an act of the legislature
.,f the State of Nebraska, approved March
t .tli, 11(95, Session Laws, 15, Chapter 70,
Hnd all amendments thereto, and pursuant
iu a voto of a majority of tho qualified
electors of said district A proceeding
toi the judicial confirmation of said bonds
lh nuw iitsuuioK 111 iiiu uiainci couix tor
. .......... fit.... XT... ....
I 1 ..........1,1 ruuar..du . 1. .1 .... . ...
)cct any and all bids and will, In no event.
cl any of said bonds for less than nine-ly-flvo
per cent of tho face value there
.f By order of the Board of Directors.
HEY WARD G. EEAVITT.
3eerotary of Farmers' Irrigation District.
NOTICE TO BRIDOn BU1LDKIU4. "
Notice is hereby given that sealed bids
for the construction of steel and wooden
bridges that may be built In the nountv
;t York Nebraska, for the veur 1313 will
ae received at the office of the county
.-lerk of said oounty on or befono noon of
lanuury it, 1913.
.A'TlfiSittoM adopted by Uia I 1''tatlos were as follo
of Suiiervisors und now on file In the ! KliOUn Dull, but steady: winter pat
jfflow. of the county ilerk and arcom- nts, $4 Ji4.90: starlghts. $S.90ifj'C(; spring
Kinlel bv a certified clieck for $W0, made 1 patents, $4JW 10; stntlghts, $3.9H'-.u,,
uiablo ti the order of the county clerk. 1 bakers, ii.WH.'M.
,ilch sum shall be forfeited in case con-
act U iot exetuti-d where award Is
lie Bo,i"l of Supe' Isirs reserves tie
g it I 1 r. H- t utn and .ill bids.
itnil :in" ft s'j' or r rr
. it -i t da i ' " rr T"! ,
H 1 l HAP1N
lyd,t County Cje-ir-
SjsltRAIH AND PRODUCE MARKET i
Crop Report Causes Some Selling by
the Longs on Wheat.
CORN AND OATS CUT DOWN
Mitn- or tlie I.nrue 4 oncrrnn Art
Bearish Cnh IJala Prlre 4"tt-i-hnnacd
sales nt 'lil
rncii Are Smnll.
OMAHA. Dec. r 1912.
While the harvesting of wheat in our
unit itviMi la ......... . .... i
II. .! ,B 1HOI11J13 OIBlUIll Hill
' ,h'!ru wl" 1,0 hundreds of chnngus In tho
crou ,iromUo ofort the grain has ripened.
LIn.nB ?UP.7 ,hp M?df.rn M1U
yesterda). uttractt.il atwunilutlvp world
If for no other reason than Its bearish
conclusions. According to compilations
by it. the area sveded to winter wheat
this fall was :tl.fx,000 acres, and the con
dition, as made up of tho winter wheat
belt. Is 92.o per cent, thus Indicating ft
crop or 5,J20.lW,0u0 bushels, against .t,
00O.O.W bushels harvesteed last year. While
bear factors are almost liv numerous to
mention singly, tho showing of the above
relMirt as to the condition of tho winter
wnedi Plant came as a help to mc snoria
The wheat market held ill" fairly well
yesterdaj. and It clowd with only the
smallest fractional losses, but pi Ices
would doubtless have shown some marked
gains had not this crop report been
spread out before the speculative world
at 11:30 o'clock. It caused some selling
by longs and there wore doubtless some
short sales made on Its account. Because
of the fact that tho figures given out
111 the above' report were compiled by
millers of the country, made It more at
tracts e than It otherwise would havo
Commission houses in the trade held
buying orders around SH)c for -.Ma uheat
yestorday; considerable wan absorbed at
that level. Thosivwho believe that wheat
prices nro to advance to u higher level
wero absorbing the grain thrown Into tlvo
pit, but their purchases wero mado In a
cautious way. A feature of the gossip
last night was the narrowness In Indem
nities for wheat (tci. and traders did
not care much about buying them despite,
their closeness, while In corn and oats,
ups and downs were hard to sell at the
A trader, sizing up the situation In all
grains, wild prices ate too low to sell
short, and yet too high to buy. It Is
said that the short Interest In wheat and
December corn and oats has leen ma
teriality cut down in the last two daB.
and that a number of longs who bought
early In the week have taken profits.
The outside trader is conspicuously ab
sent, fluctuations being too narrow to
encourage operation. A good many of
the big commission houses are bearish
and' tho Tew that ure bullish advocate
purchases only on breaks. Five hundred
thousand bushels of corn have been sold
for export from Chicago during the last
four days, mainly for January shipment.
Sales yesterday were only 15,000 bushels
out of a total of M.OnO bushels. The ad
vance in tuturcs brought In larger coun
rv offr,ii nuilnlv from Iowa.
Cash oats prices were unchanged In
the majority of markets yesterday with a
small trade, wales at Chicago amounting
to only llM.WiO bushels.
Cash wheat unchanged.
Cash corn He higher to He lower
Cash oats unchanged.
Cluaarnces of wheat and flour were
415,000 bu.; -.orn. 61.000 bit.; oats, ibt.VH bu.
Wheat at Liverpool closed unchanged to
Vid lower; corn, Hd lower. .......
Primary wheat receipts were 1.43j,OuO
bu. and shipments Wtf.OuO bu., against re
ceipts of 790.000 bu. and shipments of 1?3.
U00 bu. last year. .
Primary corn receipts were luWOO bu.
and shipments 4SVKJ0 bu., against re
ceipts of l.'iK.OOO bu. and shipments of
M2.O00 bu. last year.
o.i .v,inm.n. (tt (iilii int.. acalnst receipts
Primary oais receipts were lai.wv
of fiS-VOOO bu. and shipments of C29O,O0O bu.
The following cash sales were leported:
Wheat, No. 2 hard winter: 1 car (yellow),
H"4e; 1 car, ilc. No. 3 Imrd whiter: 2 cars,
SOlic: 1 car, SQc. No grade bard winter:
1 Sr, 73a No. 3 spring, 1 car. S04u; 3H
cars, 80c. No. 4 spring: 1 car. Vi'bo- No.
grade spring: 1 car (flax mixed), .ic. No.
3 mixed: 1 car. MlVic No. 4 mixed: 2 cars,
7fHo. No. 4 durum: i car. 77'.4c No. 3
mixed durum: 1 car. 77Hc. Corn-No. 3
white: 3 cars. 43c. No. 4 white: 1 car,
424c. No. 3 yellow: 1 car. 43c; 3 cars,
42U,c No. 4 vellow-: 2 cars. 42c. No. 3
mixed: 1 car (old), 4:i"4c; 1 car, 43c; 4 cars,
42Uc. Oats-Standard' cars. 314c: No.
3 white: 6 c;irs. 31c. No. 4 white: 2 curs,
30c No grade: 1 car (corn mixed), a.,-.
Barley: Rejected: 1 cat, Xfc.
Oninba CnNh Prices.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. V)'AS2e, No. 3
hard, 7WsJl81c; No. 4 hard, T&yWio . No
3 spring. 7HH3S0v;c; No. 4 spring, TSitTsVic.
CORN No. 3 white, 43c; No. 4 white,
42tfN2l4c: No. 3 yellow, 425i4.V; No. 4
yellow, 41y&42c; No. 3, 42ia43c. No. 4,
"oATS-No. 2 white, Slv.; standard, 31VjC;
No. 3 white, Sic; No. 4 white, 3Wtc.
HA RLE Y Malting. GlBtfie; No. 1 feud,
RYE No. 2. 57&-368e; No. 3, o70vi74c.
Whrat. Corn. Oats
. . . .217
CHICAGO GRAIN .4NU PRO V IMtl.N S
Features of the TrnUlim nnd ('loslnir
Prices on Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO. Dec. 7. Wheat slld down
today under moderate selTTng due mainly
to fine weather for the Argentine har
vest. The market closed easy HWHc to
Ho under last night. Corn showed a net
loss of'J,i3'1c to &Hc and oats a de
cline of '4Hc Provisions finished 7Vic
lower to a shade advance.
Bears had control of wheat throughout
the day. Hosting orders to buy steadied
the market but failed to Induce a rally.
Influence against the wheat bulls con
tinued to be found In millers' reports
pointing to good prospects for the winter
crop In the United States. Warmer
weather northwest counted nlso and
there were predictions that the. govern
ment report Monday would bo opiosed
to an upturn.
May wheat sold from 90c to OOHS-'jOHc.
with tho close at 90ie, a decline of He
Cold weather with Increased country
marketing brought about a backset In
corn. A recent leader of the bulls was'
credited with unloading to u considerable
extent. May ranged between 4SHc and
4SHc, closing easy ViCo off at 4!i'34l04c
Cosh grades were weak. No. 2 yellow
was not qnoted.
Oats went lower on account of selling
by a few longs whu seemed tlinld about
carrying the grain over the week-end.
Ma. which ranged from 32i: to 3SV4o,
finished to net lower at 3244c.
Slowness of trade in provisions made
the market average weaker. December
lurd sagged the moat, ic
Closing quotations were:
ArtlclefOpen lHlgh Ixj w . Tc I ieTTYeVyT
! I I
S4H MH,SIU?$.'4!&-Y RS!
Julv 1 BS
Dectttti-gTi, W 48i444V(i;i t'l
May.iliViH iSS, 4S!4SMf(Hl 4sK
July.i49HjH'i14 4343'i 48U 43V4
' Muy.iSSffJSH 33
Jan.. I 19 40 19 40 I
22 - -2Hi
is re ; 19 r.
IS 7TH 18 80
10 X 'l0 6T.
May ! IK STHI 87H
Iird 1 I
Jan..! 10 tn ! 10 f
11 26 I 10 20
10 3HJ 10 23Vi
10 20 ' 10 2B
10 23 1 10 2C
10 00 ! 10O0
9 !tt ' 9 mi
I RYE No. 2. tJc
BARLEY Feed -.r mixing 431HV; fair
10 rimi. mailing. ,r,oc.
Fl.l.DS i mgths
JJfl -jal 0D.
1 1 $1. ,'yfjfKo1
1 i-'ijnp l'tri , n - 11,
$''' -lot t bs
ciw . ' J "
T tal ( .
00- 10. 0.
f 'rat and Iliyiir
i-'stimaiol receipts ror Jionuav. wiicai,
20 oars; corn. 14 care- oats. 123 cars;
hogs. 44.000 head
Wheat. No. 2 led, Jl.OCHflAH, No. 3
red, WiPSe: No. 2 hard. SiiSj-e; No. J
hard. SAjkM.iv ; Nn 1 northern, 8T1tti7tc;
No. 2 northern, S&tiJ-Jc. No. 3 northern,
giflSlc; No. 2 spring. No. .1 spring,
SHt83si-; No. 4 spring. "fitrSOe; velvet
chaff. SHiSfic. durum. 814i56c Corn; N.
3, 4S!HHfic; No 3 white. 44tf4?c; No. 3
ellow, 43MI4i4c; No 4 4ilr4iio; No 4
.'lilt... 4.4l4SS.n Nn 1 vollciw VT&.
Oats: No 2 white. 34ill3$-'; No. 3 white, i
3345jfUe; No. 4. sujc; No. 4 white. ;ff
:wc; standard, Kja4e. nye: i. r, ko.
Barley: 4ittT6e. Timothy. $3.Vtf0 90.
BCTTKU Meady; oreainorles. 'inf
EGGS Unsvttitd. receipts. S.UG4 cases,
fresh receipt, cases Included, 41.
refrigerator flrsLs. lSOOci firsts. asqwiVfec
CHEESE Steady; daisies 17f17'..o.
twins. IWiOHc ; young Americas, 16l4W
16lic; long boms. 104fl6Hc
POTATOES Steady . lecelpta. 43 ears;
Michigan. 4SQioe, Minnesota, 4tii4Sc.
POULTRY Weak, turkeys, alive. 15e;
dressed. llc. chickens, alive, lie; BprllufS,
iiAi--ieua at wyiito. , j
V4IRIC 41HMC11I. 31 Atl K KT
(luoliit Ion ot the llaj on Vnrloua
NEW YORK. Dec 7. -FLOl'R -Dull:
spring lutents. S4.4CHH iC; winter straight.-.
J1.I5414.W; winter patents. $4.MC.0i); spring
clears. J4.155j'l 45; winter extras No. 1, M.Ui
4H.15. winter extras No. 3, $3.lsMr4.0S; ltan
sas strnights. I4.0O3t.10. Rve flour, burelv
steady; fair to good, tltfttjd.l'A; choice to
fanej . $3.!,vi(M.W.
i'OHN.MK.b -Steady; fine while and
yellow. Sl.UCiLM); coarse. $1.400140. kiln
HYE-quiet. No 2 western. CHiW.
e. i. r. Burruio.
WHEAT Spot market, easy; No. 2 ted,
$1 13, elevator, and $1.07. f. o. K afloat;
No 1 northern Duluth. IMVa f. o. b.
afloat Futures market closed at fl-He
net decline. December closeil at slo;
Ma). "-IfiiilWc. cloeed at W I-ltJc.
t'ORN-Mit market, easy; export, Uc,
t o. b. afloat, to arrive.
OATfiBpot inarxet. stead ; stundard
white, as'c nominal: No. 2, nominal; No.
.1. ;iV; Nt. 4. .wua7c: natural white, aStf
ZSVjc; white clipped. 37llc.
HAY Steady; statidaril. Jl.10; No. 1.
tl.l2'i1.il.l5; No. 2. $1.(0: No. ?., POPoc.
I loi 'S-Easy ; state, common to choice,
lir. WiSSe; 1911, 124lGc; Pacific coast,
1312. l.Vu'23c; 1911. 15yi,C.
HIDES Easy; Centrul AnicrlcR, IWici
LEATHER Finn: bemlolt firsts. 2s
2!c; seconds. 27ifUSc; thirds. 24tf2ic; re
PROVlSIONS-Pork. btead ; uuvss,
lB.2r)'T19.75: family, $itcuji2 1.00 : short
clears, $22.(XV(?21.W. Beef, strong; mcbs,
J20.OWrtl.00; family, $24.0023.00; beef hams.
moOfiX'.OO. Cut meats, dull: pickled
bellies, 10 to 14 lbs.. $12 KWj'13,00: pickled
hams. $ll.v,fi4.ri0. Uird, ensyt middle
west. $11.10011.20; refined, ipilet: conti
nent. $11. SO: South America, $12.45. com
pound, $7.S7'.:5jt.12s. ,
TALLOW -quiet : prlmo city, hhds.,
SVic; special, 7e; country. 6mc
Hl"l 1'Klt Wenkei . receipts. 4,003 tubp;
creamery pxtrox. STHfj.TSc: firsts. .CWiCfic;
held extras, 3iy32lie; state dairy, finest,
Mflfltc; process extras, 27VitrJSc; factory,
June make, firsts, 24Vvc; current make,
firsts. 4o: packing stock, current make,
No. 2, 22".4c.
CHEESE-Firm, receipts, 1.417 ttoxes;
state, whole milk, held colored seclalfl,
17j'pllSc; white specials. 17lic.
E(jas Weak: receipts. 3,431 cases
fresh gathered extras, SS'i'llo; western
gathered whites, .13J(42e; state, Pennsyl
vania and nearby honnery browns, 4UjH2o;
gathered browns and mixed colors, X$
40e; western whites. SSJfOc
St. I. mils (ienenil Murki'l.
ST. IA31TIS, Dec. T.-WHEAT-t'aih.
weak: track. No. 2 red.$1.03?1.0S; No. 2
CORN Lower, track, so. a. iissiwi1
No. 2 white. 4Sc
OATS Weak : track. No.' 2, SSHSrcUc:
No. 2 white. XtUc.
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT-December. SS'Ae; May, nSiift
91Hc; July, SGHc.
CORN Ixiwer: December. 4Go; May,
47t4c; July. 4SUc
OATS Iwer; May, 32$ic; July, S2'c.
KLOUHi Dull; red winter patents.
t.f(i5,16: extra fancy and straight. $4.25
(fpS.l'i; extras fanuy and straight. $4,255)"
4 7D; hard winter cloars. $3.1Crn;l.lo.
SEED Timothy, $10
BRAN Finn: sacked, east track, rofi)
HAY-Strung; timothy, 14iJ19c; prnlrio.
'f I'-y;,, ir
steam, $10.''.ill.O.i; dry salt meats, lower;
boxed o.-::ra shorts. lc: Iclecir ribs,
11V ; short clours, lltjc: bacon, lowor;
boed extra shorts. 12ie; clear ribs,
12"4c: short clears, 127'jc.
POULTRY-Steady; chickens, S'.io;
springs. ll12c; turkeys. 15V4c; ducks,
12Vsc; geese, tic.
, 00.0UO 19.000
EGOS Firm; 26c.
Kunsns 4MI ('rnln unit Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 7. WHEAT
Cash, unchanged; No. 2 hard, i.2iiV,;
No. 3, Sl-JSSc; No. 2 red, 97,ci?fSl ; No. 3.
CORN Unchanged to He lower. No. 2
mixed. Irto; No. 3. "Ii845c; No. 2 wlUto,
15il'4r.Mic; No. 3. 15c.
OATS -Unchanged; No. 2 while, S4Tf
34Hc; No. 2 mlxtxl. 32iWOc.
WHEAT December, sOtfc; May, Sic;
CORNi Docember, 4Ac; May. Wic:
OAT.S May. 3S),c.
BUTTER Creamery. 31Hc; flrsU, 32ie;
seconds, c. packing stock. SlftSlttc.
I'XHIS Extras, VHi'MHf, firsts. 242C. ;
POULTRY Hens, 12c; roosters, 8Ht0c;
young turkeys, 13e; ducks, lifyHc
Wheat, bu GO.OOO 94.010
Corn, bu 17.000 ICOOO
Oats, bu 6,010 4.000
llllineaiiolla Crnln ainrkrl,
MINNEAPOLIS, Deo. 7.-WIIWAT -December,
80V4c: May, 85c; July, 87c. Cash;
No. 1 hard. 83M.C, No. 1 northern, 82I3c;
No. 2 northern. SOSjelo; No. 2 hard Mani
toba. 81Hc; No. 3, 78.r7pc.
CORN -No 3 ellow . 424'4.V.
OATS No. 3 white, M&&.W.c.
FLOUR-Flrst patents, $4 1644.45, second
patenW, $4.0041-4 25; first clears. U.miXW;
kecoud clears, $2 2OQ'2.60.
Liverpool tirnlu InrUel.
LIVEIU'OOU Dec. 7.-WHEAT-pot.
steady . No. 1 Manitoba, 7s 7d; No. 2
Manitoba, 7s 2d. No. 3 Manitoba. 7s I'Vid;
futures dull; Decmnber. 7s.3Sd; March.
7s Still: May-. 7s 2d.
CORN Spot, dull: old American mixed.
Cs 4Vsd; old American mixed, via Galvt
ton, Cs 2H.d. futures dull, Decemlver, 4s
lOTid; January. 4s 11 d.
MllwunUre (iruln Mnrkrt.
MILWAUKIQH Wis., Dec. 7-WHliVT
-No. 1 northern, SJWtf&GHc. No. 2 north
ern, i3c; No. 2 hard winter, Attune;
December. 82V:; May, 87V4f(Wic.
CORN No. 3 yellow. I73'4c; No. 3 white.
itHsv; io. a. witwvio', uecemner, ISVtc;
OATS Standard. MiPHUc
BAItl.r. v o wivsc.
Toledo Heed Slnrket.
TOLEDO. Dec 7. SEEDH-Clover
Prime cash, December. $11.05; March'.
$11.12!4; February. H1.1G; No. 2.' $10,4045
10.60. Alslke, prime, $12.80; December
$12.sn, Marclt. 12.). Timothy, prime, De
cember. $195; February. $2.02Vt. March.
PEORIA. Dec. 7. CORN-Steady; S'o
3 white. 44'ic: No. 3 yellow. 4'"c No 4
yellow. 44"4rt-45c: No. 3 mixed, 46c; No 4
mixed, 444c; sample, 41ff-(c.
OATS Unobanged; No. 2 white. 34Uo
standard. 33'ic; No. 3 white, 32Vc; No. 4
Turnrntlnf am it rtostn,
SAVANNAH. Ga. Dec. ;. TUP.PEN-TlNE-1'lrm.
X&rW-.c . sales, .DO bbls.. r.
. celpts, ',.1 bbls. shipments, 31 bbls..
ROSIN Firm rales bbls rec-pts.
in bh'.!. -blpn'ent" M bbls sto'-ks
' 1 M " q (" D 1 )'
i'l H I J) , r-i.i., M, 7 W, S'0 $;35
J V. $V iS.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET:-
Some Cattle Stronger, Others Lower
for the Week.
HOGS LOWER FOR THE WEEK
I'm hheen w.1t .. ! ... liffr.ii
Lower for W'erU lle y Lninli
1'lftrrn to ounrtur Lower .
Ilnuily WeUlita Htend.
, ' SOUTH OMAHA. Dec 5, 191.
Official Tuesday ..
Official Friday ....
Cattle. Hogs, bheep.
.lftOH 9,7ie 1ACH
flx da,vs this week..t4,764 .t2i 43,-)14
Same days last Wrek.vl5.4M 4S,lfi 43,247
Sumo days 2 Weeks ago EJ,45s 00.377 ',2W
Samt, days S weeks ago S3.Z4il 40,215 Sl.!k
Same days 4 weeks ago 10,i43 U.tVl 72.244
Same days last year.'.20,14S f,W5 ii.Wi
The following (able shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs und sheep ut South Omaha
for the year to. date as compared with
lust year. 191S. 1911. luo. Dea.
Cattlo M7.14S L11S.MS . . 1M.6!
HogB ..iTsisss a,aK,o.a 630,aw
vSheep . . . .2.SIT.731 XHUWO C2W
The following table shows the ratigo ot
prices for hogs nt South Omaha for thu
last few days, with comparisons:
Date. 1812. mi.lylO.liiy.l0tJ.lVO'.iro.
Nov. 27.1 7 4SU! 1 121 , 041 6 661 4 tt U
00 9 I 6 87 I 0 07
ffiM 0 01 ( 07 S 05 ,4 35
Nov. SO. 7 (S!li 7 00 8 IX
6 W W 04
B T9J JoW
6 76 4 611
5 tU 4 04 6 OS
Dec. 1.1 ! 6 031 7 13, 01
Dec. 7 6714 6 01 7 U S 0
Dec. 3..i 7 63T . 7 IS S 03
Dec. 4..1 7 M1 6 02 1 ft 03
C f 4 S3) 0 13
6 63! 4 (Hi U 12
uec. o.., , i, n , jbi itun uit u n
Dec. (t .1 7 W I 5 Ml 7 4(V S 121 j 4 711 6 1
Deo, 7.. 1 G Ml 7 41 K s 6 4l 4 3 4 21
Dec. .. 7 64 I ft 93 7 ii
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the I'nloii stock yatds, South Oiuahu,
for twentWour hours ending at 3 p. in.
C , M. .V: St. P
C. X. W., east
C. & X. W.. west...,
C. St. J'., M. . )..?
C, B. .t q., east
C B. . q.. west
C. R. I. tt. P.. east..
C, R I. H P., west.
Cattle. Hogs. Sh'p.
Morris V Co
Swift and Conilwrii'.,
Cudahy Parking Co..
Armour & Co
Othor buyers ,
.. . H
t 'ATTLE There weir no cattle of anl"
conaequencn In sLghl this morning, but
for the wvk recelptH havo been very lib
eral, showing large gains over last week
and a year ago.
Desirable beef steers have been good
sellers all the week. There has been qulto
a sprinkling ot runge steers among tno
receipts, and cattle of that description
have met with very ready sale at steady
prices. The best comfed steers nlso havo
been good sellers, and they nrn fully
steady or a little stronger for tho week.
Inferior grades are iiosslbly a little easier.
Cows nnd heifers hav "been In ipnyX
demand all the weeit and range stock
has commanded fully steady prices from
day to day. being at the close of the week
little If any different from a week ago.
On the other hand there have been qulto
a good many medium to pretty decent
kinds of natives coining, and they have
gradually eased off during tho week, be
ing at the closo l"lr2jo lower than a week
Good feeders have been In active de
mand all the week and have commanded
good, firm prices from day to day At
the close the market Is fully steady with
u week ago. On the other hand thu sup
ply of medium to common Htock cattle
has been large, und cattle or t nut de
scription have shown 11 tendency toward
accumulating, so that priciw have steadily
eascu oir and they are at me ciostj or tno
week 2S'140o lower Stock calves haVr
followed tho ennui course and show the
same decline as Blockers, being 2.Va-40o
lower than last week
quotations on Native Cattlo Good tJ
choice beef steers, $b.265i.75; fair to good
beef steers, J7.iViJS.2Jj; common to fair
beef steers, $4.(JOif7.23; good to choice heif
ers, 15.7M7.O0; good to choice cows, $6.60
U6.60; fair to good grades, t4.6Oj--6.60; com
mon to fair grades, $3.2Ti4r4.60; good to
choice Miockers and feeder, $ti.26(V7...0;
fair to god stockers and reuders, $s.760
C.25; common to fair stockers and feed
ers, $3,0016.76; stock cows and heifers,
$l.r3C.(X'; veal calves, fS.0O739.00; bulls,
stags, etc. $4.00-a00.
quotations on Range Cattle Good to
cholco beef steers, $t.76Q8.15; fair to good
beat steers, $G.2M,75; common to fair
beef steers, ili.UMi6.ZZ.
HOGS While the receipts of hogH were
almost 1,300 head short of a week ago, 1
the run was very fair when cotnpured
with two weeks ago and a year ago, Tho 1
moderate supply begun to movn at about
tho usual time at figures anywhero from BUTTER No. 1, l ib. carton, 37Wf. No.
steady to a nickel lower than the general jt oo-ib. nibs, HJ'c. No. 2, 36o.
market yesterday. Tlie first sales wero CHEESE--Imported Swiss, S',u, Atnerl
largely around fl.Vbti'lM, with 'one load , can Swiss, 20c; block Swiss, 31c; twins,
reaching 97.U5, tho highest point during ) 20c; daisies. 20c, triplet 20t ; Young
tho day and a nickel bitlow the top price i Americas 21c, blue label brick, 21c, II tn
yesterday. The packer buyers, although berger, 2-lh.. 21o, 1-lb , 22c; Now York
apparently wanting hogs, tiled as usual
to till their orders ut as low a com as
tKisslble, mobt of their first bids being
anywhero from a nickel to a dime lower.
Sellers wero Blow to part with their
offerings at any decline, consequently
trade .for tho most part was slow and
somowhat druggy Eventually a compro
mise was agreed to and the, bulk of thu
hogs went into tho puckers hands around
$7.6oij7.e5, with the best grades chiefly
at yi.VifI.Oi, or a nicknl below thu gonural
run of sales on Friday's market. Tho bulk
of all tho hogs might bo described us
moving at a range of $7JVx&'7.fl0, as against
tho bulk yoatorday at $7.tij7 . While
slow trade featured, tho general market
a fair l)tMmurt tvau made In giod sea
son. For th week rwielpls wer Im-i h
about 69,400 head wore yarded, as agulnst
1S.20J head last week, OO.OJO head two
weeks ago und W.WO head during tho
corruspondlng time last year. jn re-
oelpts wero the largest from any weok
stnen June. The averagu prlcn of hogs Is
today being at $7.60-f7.0, as aguinst $7.03
7 7S a week ago
No. AT. a. Pr. No.
AY. 86. IT.
. . IM 1 U
.. tl Ur T u
....170 ... 7U
..119 M IU
...104 . IU
....117 ... Ill
... ist w ii:
. .141 ISO T (d
;...ia . . hi
... 144 110 7 M
141 .. TM
.. ,3ti IN 111
....a4 io ;u
....141 ItO I 1,5
. 140 T H
. 544 . . 7 17
....117 144 1 t,TV
. ..m m t sin
. ...IU 44 T I1H
...fill 10 T 44
.IM M T 44
... 100 . IM
...CM ID TV
. ..'at m t (
.. .119 110 1 (4
. ..m no t to
..111 40 7 W
. .13 140 7 0
.v.ll ... 7 4
X.lll 20 T CO
... 14 44 7 on
. ..144 40 T CD
... 3t 40 7 40
....111 49 7 CO
....157 ... 7 to
....! 10 7 44
...Ill tUO 7 MJ
...I'll M 7 SO
....toe to 7 co
....ill is t
....SC4 10 7
....HO M 7 to
I7C ... TM
IU so 7 tv
....145 ... 7 41
.. .! 110 7 ill
134 . 7 rt
77 . .
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.110 to I4t u....
.904 140 7 4$ M-...
!44 IM T tt CI....
.ax ... 7 46 40....
Ill . It 71....
,2 440 7 U T!....
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. .:u IN 114 ...
141 ... 7 to 94....
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..Ill too 7 M 7J....
..en UM "Vi 74...
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31 IU 1 II 71.. .
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..lit liO 7 &IH
. 224 . Hi $4....
. .114 7 Ii 40 .
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..34 ... J IS 77.
.til . . t If. ...
.. tt ... '. M 71...
244 ISO 7 M...
...134 .1U 77.
..Ut M 1 14 "...
...171 141 7 M M...
..IK .. TU 70...
...7 IM T K 14.
...no U IK ...
..IK 110 7 tt 41...
.K14 ... tH
.141 II IK K...
.XI 4 7 Si 44. .i
.81 14 7 W M...
.117 14 T 14 91..
MJ !H Tg 40.
JW IB 'I
211 JW 7 W
m to 9 r, li
m ?4 ti e
157 CO T CO
1 7 (w
t I ! ' '.' i- .5
C - SJ M 7 17
I tt rM) W 1 M 44. . ill m i M
Pi IT! M tH f JIT 44 J ST.
In., im ... : io ir . t4 .. 1 1
11 . . M M
TO . 3t4 m T U 41 . . Ill N ?4
SHEHP Trade tn lamlm and sheep ro
ninths prartleall iinrliMiiKl front I'rl
day because of m tieh receipts. Com
pared with last week und the tuunn week
it year ago. sheep and lambs were. In
fairly good supply the last week, but thn
receipts fell coii.Meintl K'low what
was rrerlxrd two week ago. As might
be expected at this tune of the year, fed
! westerns and natl." constituted th"
bulk of tho orfrilng- the range stuff
showing up In gradnHll decreasing nura
i... t ... .... i. ,t.i. ..
ut( iii. ii4.it .. hi iiit' nvi,ii. imp
una nulte a Peri o'ltuee or lambs and
sheep having consldeiable weight, for!
wnli'lt tnere was apparently a very lim
ited demand. This . principally true
of native lambs Weighing above ninety
pounds, und anj off-'tngn mi that oitler
were slow sale nwn das. with prices
at the close of the week showing a de
cllne of lSftafk'. I'll- Imwi handywelght
Iambs nt the end of the week are selling
very little. If any. different frtun a week
ngo A bunch of i;nod fed westerns
brought $7.(" yesteiils as ugntnst 97.03
last Friday and the early irt of this
week. Trade inot of the week was
fairly ncthe and a k.mhI clearance was
liunie from day to da What was true!
ot inniDs wiu .iisk i.irgeiy true nt rat
sheep, though tlw tn-st grades of ewes,
wethers and J-eai lings may powlble be
around 104fl6o lower than i week ao.
While a light mipph of feeders np-
fercd on tho market, the feeder trade
practically over for tills vear. Tho
demand all week wis o.uitc limited, but
owing tu a eompnrativ e! few feodors
showing up on most .Ihh prices nt tho
close of the week aie strung to as much
as lomilp higher than a week ngo. Bulk
of the feeder lambs during the latter
part or tun week sold largely nrouna
H.Oftjn 05, with some short -fej Muff go
ing out to the country the second time
at Most of the feeder ewe sales
were maun itt .i.,sy-.i.w.
quotations on shep nim inmbs- Ooo
to choice lainbs, $7.SOitf7 0 fair to good
Iambs. $R.Mf7.20: felfer lambs, tUWtt
HSfi; light yearlings. $.. av(.lO: henvy
yearlings, JI.7Tvil'..A. feeder ycarlluga.
M.WtiMO; good to choice wethers. H.2S19
4.60; fair to gixxl wethers. $.tCA-rii.s4;
feeder wethers, $(.00tN.40. good to choice
ewes. $t.(Kii 4.10; fair to good ewes, $3.fO;r
4.00; feeder ewes. $lfKtr3M. yearling
breeder ewes, $4.H'J.rt. cull sheep and
ClllCAIJIt MVB !4T4I4'K MlltkUT
rtemniiil for ll Hindu .if Nlock Is
CHICAGO, Dec. 7. CATTLE-Recelpt.
A) head; murket steady , beeves, $f.flo,f
,11.00, Texas ati-ors. Ji.4O0ti.7o; western
steers, $."i.40iti9.l0; stockers and feeders,
$4,3Mf7.75, cows and heifers, $;.70fft.f0i
HOGS Receipts, I3,(X) head, market
steady to strong; light. $7.aoni7.i;7V,; mixed,
X.Ktfi.Kl heavy, J.:7.7B: rough.. $7,304.5
7.60; pigs. $5.4017.351 bulk of sales. $7.
SHEEP AND I.AMBS-Receipts, 2.000
head; market steady, native. $3.t1iM.ai
western. $.1.S04.'"6; yearlings. $l.'.nvuii.:ts ;
lambs, native. $r,.fATi7 7S; western. i&.Sat
HI. Louis l,lu NloeU Murl.el.
RT. IX)l'Ifl. Dec. 7. -CATTLE Receipts,
7,00i) head, Including 3,(00 Tcxuiih. market
steady; choice to fine steers. $10.00411.00;
Rood to cholco. $!.009.90: dresseil beef and
butchers steers, $f.r.ffN.'3. stockers and
feeders, $3,7'I7.0', cows and heifers, $4.60
ifT7.00; cnunerp, $3.KT4.00; IiuIIb, J 4 . Sfef 4 &0 ;
calves, $fi.ooiill.00: ' Texa.s and Oklnhoma
uteers, $5.0fVS7.riO; cows nnd heifers, $176
HOGS Receipts. fi.rtVI head; nuirkt lOe
higher, pigs and lights, $'5.WVii7.70: mixed i
, . . , . aw r r . - w . t. . . . . lwi i
ntm outrners, i..KKi,.i-.. kism. iiravj.
l'": . . .
SHEEP AND LARIHS None on sale
ICiillsna 4'lty 1,1 vtf HloeU .Vlnrliel.
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 7.-CATTLE-Rw
eclpts, 000 head, including 20 southerns;
market steady; nutlve steers, J6.Wfl0.60;
southern steers, l.50jS.OO; southern cows
nnd heifers, n.CJJlfi.f'O. native cows nnd
heifers. $t.OO?8.60. stookers and feedets,
J5.00j7.2&; bulls, JI.2.ViJi!.00; calves. $5.Mtr
9.60; wei-tem teers. Jil.0(vns.33; western
HOGS- Receipts. J.tXs) head, maiket
Nteady; bulk of sales, j;.fj7.7. heavy,
$7,704(7.80, packers nnd butchers, $:.C0Cil1
7.75. lights. $7.6Wl7 70. pigs. J.2.Vll7.00.
SHEEP AND LAM HW None on sule
St. Joseph Live Slock .flnrket.
KT JOSEPH. Dec. 7. -CATTLE Re
ceipts, 400 head; market steady; steers,
Ji'.7Mf!l0.:'.V. cows and heifers. $3.(M;.60;
HOGS lUs-elpts. 4,(m head; market
weak: top, $7.75; bulk of sales. $7.i"0f7.7O.
SHEEP AND LAMBS RcrclptH, none;
market steady: lambs. $.rW7 73
SloeU hi SIhIiI,
Receipts of llvo stock nt tho five prin
cipal wnalei n markets yesterdaj.
i;attie nogs, Hiirep.
St. Joseph ...
Kansas City ..
St. Louis .. ..
OMAHA C.E.NKHAI. MA UK EC.
BEEF M'T P1UCES Ribs: No. 1. 20o;
No. 2. lHc. No. 3, 10x,c. IoiiiH No. 1,
22c; No. 2, 15c; No. 8, ll'.jc. Chucks; No.
I, 9u: No. 2. "; No. 3. 7VC Rounds:
No. 1, 12c, No. 2, Uc, No. 3. c. Plates:
No. 1, 8c; No 2, "tic No. 2, CV4c.
POULTRYBrollcrs. $5 pur dos. ; hens,
14i; rocks, 10c; ducks, 18c; greso, 15c;
turkeyH. 23i , plgens, per doz., jt 20. Alive,
broilers, 10c. hens, 10c. old roosters, 7c,
ducks, full feathered 1-. guese, full
feathrred, 10c, turkeys, 16c, pigeons jiur
dor., COo; homers, $1 50: squabs, No. L
II. au; No. 2. 60c
F1BH (flesh' -Pickerel, I'll', white, lie:
trout, 16c, lurge erapples, lie; Spanlnh
macKerel. iw: ei iw, naiiuouK, lrw;
flounders. 13c, green cutflab, 13c; shad
roe, per pair. 40c. salmon, Jl 20; halibut,
13c; buffalo. 8c. bullheads. l$c.
PHU1T2. iSTC. - Missouri apples. In
bbls., $X00Wi.25. New York Omening
and Baldwlns. fXSi. Spanish onions, par
cane, JLw). liananas, luiicy anleat. per
' 0UIlch riUS-M; Jumbo, per bunch! $1.75
-r ,..,.. a ,.i,..r t.r-.r,, .... a . ,,.
, oranll nw, r l ib. pkgs. In box. per
box. $3.04. Figs, ' 'allfornla, per case of
1 12 No. 12 pkgs. W. per rasB of 31 NO. 12
pkgs., $2.10; per case of 60 No. pkgs.,
! $2.00; bulk, In 25 and 50-lb boxes, per lb.'
1 10c; new. Turkish. 5-crown. In 20-lb!
I boxes, per in . inc. twrown. In 20-lb.
boxea, per in., iu . In 20-lb.
i:&,Wbrrnd. 1 Pxtra'
per box. $7J; Uma JJmoneira, fancy,
200-MO sizes, per box, JWy.OO; 210-420
a.s, Wto per lox less; I'aurornia, clinics,
4)-3i0 etzes, per box. !.T5 Orangei, 'all.
fnrnla navels, extra fancy. 9S-iai sizea,
er box, $2.7Mf3 00; extra fancy, all sites,
$3.50. Cranlwrrles, pr bbis , J.8 0ti9.ii0i
per box. $2.75: Jumbo c brand, I9 60.
VEGETABLES - Cabbage. Wisconsin,
per lb.. 1c Olery. Michigan, pur do.,
ZCe. Cucumbers, hothouse, per dor., fl.25.
Egg Plant, fancy rjorinn. per nox., $1.60,
Garlic, extra fancy, white, pr dos., Ko,
lettuce, extra fancy, per dox., 40c.
Onions, white, tn crate. $1; yellow, pch
IP., IVie. -"7 ewnni. irr
dor. bunches. W((6c Potatoes, Early
m.u .. t.ii l?.e. Tomatoes. Cnlifrirni,.
pur basket. $2 00. Wax beans, per basket,'
'$1: green heans. per bosket. $1. Hweet
. ' .. V. I . I M .A .....
potatoes, nansiui. imr um.( t.uv. jtuta-bag-ut,
per lb. Pic.
NEW YORK. Dec. 7. -COTTON Fu-
Iijih closed ttKidr. Coilnc bow: I)
cember. 12.23c January. U'-SJe: Futmiary,
K..SH-; ainreii, i..ic, ,11011, u.o,c,
l...llo; JUliu unu JUiy. ua, August, i;.jo
Heptemher, ILTKc. tirtnunr, ll.Wc. apot i
closed quiet; inlddllnB uplands. 12.75a;
mmqiiiu. guir. W.WX . AO sails.
LIVERPOOL. Dec 7. COTTON Spot
In fair demand; prices asler; American
middling fair. 7.42d; good middling. 7.0nI:
iiiwaiiiig, .wii; iow ntiuuung. o...m. goott
lorilinary. u-JtU. onunary. iw. sales, '.t.i
I offer tlarkei.
VF.Vv YORK, Dcf ' -COFFFL- Fu.
tires market opt-: -I tolit- to 11 points
uii'i r in d. r 1 i7t 1 i'i Aatlon I-iki In 1
,h lower f'-rt'g-. F-k.i. Iiit wie
nurv from : to . pvlnt i v. t lower Saltu,
Hammonds Comments on
Yeiser's Compromise Plan
OMAHA. Dec 6.-T0 the Editor of The
lit: I notion YeUer drags out tho po
litically dead body of Roosevelt to onco
more place tt upon the pedestal of i
publlranltuu for those who are and have
been republicans for fifty ears from
principal, not He, 1 want to take tho
hide off of this rank outsider. Mr.
Yelser frtncti you left tho lodge the puso
woid has been changed and your dues
being In arrears you will have to un
dergo an examination before you can
again speak for republicans. You remlrtJ
niu of .1 story told about Senator Hen 1
Hill of Georgia, one of the most nble men
in the I tiltisl States senate, after the'
rebolllon. Some northoni senator hud j
raised the question as to conditions
down south. Senutor Hill tumped to his
feet and said he was tired of hearing .
about, tho shortcomings of his country.
Ho sfild 'Do nti men ever read the
Bible"' Have yini ever rend of the
prodigal son? TT not get your Bible, If
you havo one. nnd seo how tho father
treatod tho returning son."
When he finished the great lngalls of
Kansas nsked recognition nnd said- "l
am- glad my ablo friend from Georgia is
a atudent of the greatest book this world
will evoi know. He tells the story wltii
that iower he is known to mjssess. but
1 wish to make Just a little comparison.
You remember tho boy took his portion
und sivnt it. Soon it. and the friends ;
that ulways follow tu the wake, wero
gone, lb i at last fed with the swine.
When he came to Mm soukcs he knew his
father had plenty and to spare, lie arose
and went. When news reached tho par
ent he limt him. What did the boy say?
'Allow me to eat with the servants.''
Ho did not come back with his pants
In bin boots, a pistol at his hip. red shirt,
hat rim turned back, and suy 'Old man
where la that veair tin was ponltant."
Wonder If Yelser can catch the point?
I,et us Just briefly examine what he Is
offering to do. Reorganlzo the repub
lican party Who says the plirty needs
It? The S.ftt),'Wl loul men and women
who on November C went down to de
feat? They were nil bravo n those who
stood on tho deck of tho Tltnnlc. Not
the more than l.OO.ooo republicans, who
feeling that Mr. Taft could not win, and
who desired to rosent the steal an worked
up In two or three states by the hotler-thnn-thoii
progressive party, voted for
Woodrow Wilson In order to save the
nation from passing Into the hands of a
man whose ambition, yes, Insane ambi
tion, caused him to break all known ruled
of honor and principle. In order to sat
isfy n longing to do what no other oc
cupant of the White House had ever
done servo a third time.,
What did he do?
First. He went back on his own
, ,n) Hp(k , wcfrnK
1 vr,.,,A. ... iivvi ......I.. u ..u . .
"' "" 'J '" """i" never
Hgoln bu a candidate.
Second. Ho broke with Mr. Tnft
after he had endorsed him, and tho
charges against Mr. Taft dated bark of
this endorneini'iit at New Yoik slato con
Third. He said he would not be a
candidate, then he said It would w a
calamity. Hn then said If thu wholo
people requested It he would run. loiter
hi went out to got It even going tn
Chicago to shoot tho top off of Con
eiitlon hall. But when ho arrived Mc
Cormlck, Yenr, Perkins, Mallarg und
Cecil Lyon, all got cold feet becnuso thuy
had at one tlmo been upon the steam
i oiler and knew how It flattened thoso
who gut In Its way In 190S nnd when a
showdown found them short of enough
contosts that had any merit In thmn thuv
wero routed. Think of It, Roosnvelt him
self even took charge and he failed to
Hue up enough. Ho resorted to all thn
little tricks of the ward boss. Hud
Hadley upon thu carpet because, thn con
ventlon showed, him somo attention (I
or me), will not stand for such things,
and to punish Hadley ho ran a ticket
against him In Missouri. Just becauna
hn was not willing to holp destroy the
When (I or me) at last saw dofeut lift
let It bo known that ho would load a
bolt. Horo Is whoro W. 11. Taft, God
bless hlin, showed IiIh love for the re
publican pnity wna stronger titan his
ambition to fill a socond term. He of
fered to release his delegate If Roose
velt would withdraw and thus savo tho
party and unite pn Home one of thoso
who had been mentioned. Roosevelt sidd,
"No you will toko mr " It has been
(me or I) with him for tho last twelve
rt0,B0 bags; December. 12.95a; January.
13.0So; February. l3.Uk!; Maroh. I3.38;
April. ttlSo; May, lS.OOu; June, 13.65c;
July, lS.no; August, 13.7io; September,
October and November, 13."8:.. Spot
corrne, quiut; IUo No. 7, ltu; Bantos No.
4, UiTic Mild, quiet; Cordova. PWrlSc. ;
ST IXiUlS, Dec. ". WOOL-Stoady;
medium grades combing and clothing, 1
iSWJOo; light flue, lu-irilc; heavy fine,
Uffl8a; tub washed, 27(f34c. ;
I3NDON, Dec. 7. Thn four series 1
ot thn wool auction sales closed to-'
day with offerings amounting to 6,083
bales. The siuull selection attracted
vigorous competition, and tho market
closed from 6 to 10 per cunt above the
ItinnliM llnr Murkrt.
OMAHA. Dec T HAY -No 1 upland,
$10.MKtt 11.00, No, 2. .MmUJ;No, IVLWU
,.t,ty4jio.(, No. 3, H.0OJJ9.0H; No. 1, low -
' SOTfTfa N&
I cutting. $14fioyi&.00: No. 1, first and seo-
v.w: no l. iniuiaiiu, jmwxtf iu.w, no. j,
nnd oiittlnir. 112:604114.60: No. 3. any cut
ting, $l!t00ylJ.f4); No 3. uny c'lttlug. $10.00
TribUi. Straw out. $7(4); rym $7.00; wheat.
HvHiioriiled Apple iimi Dried frulta
NEW YORK. Deo. 7.-HV.UORATED
DRIED FRIUTS-Pruiuis. steady. Apri
cots, firmer; choice. tV1le; extra
W. ...... IKIIIIiMi m .,n 19UjS,1l.. lAI.,.l,MU
Htoady. IUIhIiir, quiet,
VMW vrtT,K ,,,, i HlTOAIl-ltaw.
flrm; Muscovado. 89 lest, 3.65c; centrifu
gal, W leBt, 4.05o; inobiSSeH sugar, 89 test,
3.JV; rcflnu-l. quiet, crushwl. i.ttOu; fine
granulatnil. 4.9oij; powdcreil, Ca
Dulutb Gralu Market,
DULUTH, Deo. 7. -Wll EA T No. 1
hard. 83Kc: No. 1 northern, H3Vic; No. 2
nnrtlirn. -tALCA! Ji. 1 nnrtnnm. In nrrlvn
- I L"n- iinM,". M,.. hnni a.v,.- iw
l)er 'noHc; May, 8Jttfc
Dry liooili Mnrkrl.
. .... .. vrn wrM vnrv rirm.
i M NMPS0TA MAN LOSES
.,nir-v Tn turns Ail ttliceu
- IVIUUCl IU HfUlilHIM I niUT
Karl Conroy of Fillmore county, Mlnne
"ta, paid a tribute of $10 to the deft
flngcrx of a dusky wonmn pickpocket
.. . . .. . .
ua': ,ft 1 1
"lid uud wkwly,' w.Uou oX OinaUa. J -
When all had been done that hoic-si
men could do they turned und nomtnat' d
W. It. Taft
If Mr. Yelser was In Chleago tlat
night where did he go? Was Irt at Taft
hetulaunrtcrs ready to do ami dl. t
did he meet and yell Ills head off
Teddy nt Music hnllt
We old lino republicans want to kn...
where you lmve been Die last th-rr
months. Ilnvo you been on the r..t
old hulk of the populist vrt bm't
thirty yiaiH4go a bout that nt'Vtr sallc'U
a sea. nor hsd a port In view, undi i
''.iiiiain who is univ mr imm, win
bandnnna a-4 a flag"
Yelser the part you belong t
llil he e.Uled relrogresflves. You luu
Hln th hleas of I'effer. wtmlor fmn
K nimw. now dead. You took your n.ii,
rUn ngnln from Allen IS. Thurm.in
campaign of years sn.
Now I as a republican mean to hp '
the rest of my llfo trjing to kill Ui.
I P""ioui nnii'iimn or every nun moo.
j" 110 I""1- ll his he.nl for office iiud
1 ""r, ' ""'"try 3,.(y lust
m' '"' loether ynil sv" Dl 1
1 v"r e tall wag tlw dog? Look
I nl t,,,,', tifnna. See what T do to
I tUrny Roosevelt gut 4.-.W.0M votc:,
1 "f them were cast by young
I """ w".. know more about Tv Cobb than
I aMoy Mlwliwlppl river dl
. v,,,,: !M-m "lemoeruts voted for bint
"cnusn tuey iui not 11110 iirynn, nn.i
t i-ii red Wilson would menu another Wll
sin bill; l.MO.OO) from 4.2(0.00(1 leav
;'.7iX),Ooi) republicans who voted fpr
Taft got S,i00,i republican. Add tho
1.000.000 republicans who voted for Wll
son feeling Taft could not wit) and the
l.W.Orto young men who, hnd Uoosovelt
played fair, would have voted for Mr,
Taft, and yon have r..SCO,000. Tho dog
as It were.
And yet you take It upon yourself to
Invite the renegade to come out nnd holp
cement the party.
Go pattern after W. J. Bryan. Hn
stayed Inside tho lines or fort, nnd In
good tlmo made them ent out of hi
hand. W. H Taft will preside over .the
Httchtn and you fellows who took up
your bed nnd left will have to come back
through tho kltclien. Wo have given thn
cook thu right to say who he wants nt
tho table and one request of him Is all
we imide. Uso Ms foot more than his
hand. Now that wo have cleaned house
we are going to bo very careful who 1
let lu. The children nro young and
might learn bud tricks. Onn thing sure
Theodore Roosevelt will novor bo prest
dent um lung us S.sOO.ooO republicans can
get to thu polls. Mark that.
Boveridgn, poor fellow. Is tho only man
you havo who at nno time was thought
to be presldentltil timber, Indlnna folks
felt thuy had a young, giant, but ho grow
up In the ulr und did not give thought
to root. Ah It wero ho overgrew H
ciiine under the spell of Roosevelt nnd
llku many others he has to tin JUhl what
(mo or 1) requested, yes, demanded.
Where is Root, Knox, Lodge, Stimi'on
and a thousand others who at yini thn"
were friends of (mo nnd 1)7 In their
Place you find Yelser, Flynn Perkins,
Hodges, McCormlck. Dan llniina.
You are going to make luuuv u party
that has put down rebellion, gone
through flnuuclal panics, frre sllvci
rruzo, tariff reform, tinder the guidance
of A. IJucoln, U. H. Grant. John Sher
man, John A. logiin. J. A. G.irftld
Roscoe Conklln, Charles Sumner, Horace
Gieoley, Znel Chandler, O. I'. Morton
Senator Saunders, Allison, Harlan
Mauilerson, Thurston. Harrison, Mc
I lley. Arthur, every one of whom had
they been living on November 5 would
havo rust their voto and thrown their
Influence to W. if. Taft nnd the lepub
llcau party. We nro on the grand old
ship. Wo fly tho Stars und Stripes. Our
' captain Is on the bridge. Wo are going
"own. because In tho dead of night oni
whom wo did not suspent him rammed
us, but In doing so thi'y also ato sink
li'g und are now under us and wo can
heur the cries of boiiui asking we tnkn
them on our ship, among them a Mr
Yelser. Go ahead nnd lutve your moct
Irg, but count us out. Wo nre now
busy hunting bull moose who now hold
good Jobs secured by being 111 tho past
republicans. Wo want Wilson to have
u ch'inco to put about loo.OOOhutiBry dem
ocrnlH lu plucu of that number of hull
Whenyon seo Teddy you will seo the
worst disappointed man In thoso United
Status. C. H. HAMMOND,
trolmen PsznnowBkl and Pchwager lator
iirrefitid Dottle Smith of Pit) Capitol ave
nuu und Conroy identified her. Thu
woman denies that sho took the money.
Changed in Part,
to Be Submitted
John L McCdgUe. Dr. F. It. Mlllcier
K. M. Walslie and J. M. Guild conferred
Suturduy afternoon over the proposed
new smoke ordinance, ndea orlng
, ,,,i.,. f,.,,m i, num ,lr:,fll l.v Com.
, . , .
1 olements and placing Instead clause to
1 -'-t.ona, betterment,
Tho men declnrn they will endeavor to
- oroctiro tho nuasagu of an ordinance-
,t.lf,Mi to Jnt Bff,.ct at a late eiioug i
t(( nwn(,rs uf ,,..,
j which offend with dciisu smoke t'rv
to 0mK,, their heating appll.mces c '
Install smoke coiiBiirnei. The orduttnet
as unieinli'il and changed yesterflav ft
urnoou will be presented to the r n
nillten of tho whole on vmoki- iniiaan
which will bo culled to meet some tup
INOIANIANS IN CHICAGO
PRAISE TWO STATESMEN
CHICAGO. Dec. 8. Some 600 lndlanlui.s
who now reside In, Chicago gathered a
t)l0 8lule society's eighth aiiiiual hanqutl
1 . . .
lonigni to maw, um vu luOT. u. in-
Hoosier domain and 1U men and to di
1 1 honor to Us former viee preeinent tin-
I vice presldant-eloet, Itoth of whom were
1 nni'OSULs FOR UVY -Office of l
Chief quartrm.istcr Federul in-i
- ' 'M, ,VJ" V-t b"C r'."c1.",: .1 1 r
urUl n o-rlorr a
ir j" um
fir fi-rptshlng r .-u
La'is It f rr' at
.1 " U
,.'atKr CU -V 1 sMiTH, 1 llel
a - AyUttrt,ermaster. U