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ie Close Due
y tp (Nov
ations. HON BAD
Jales of the
S. Today'B stock
ft, became -weak,
a noon, steadied
and cloEed with
a almost entirely
atlona of room
of tho market la
nl factor. Stocks
coming Into tho
the buying power
ver ebb than has
ars, and thero 13
n of Improve
lollday was cer
o Inspire confl
brokcrs were not
lon for the stock
t least hoped to
;eats will bo tax
hey can 111 bear,
ire prices almost
four points were
ount carried Ca
;ho lowest quota
r. of last year,
lowed no sign of
cally no sales of
s of a point and
lore, while other
and the Unltfed
d at a rally with
horn Pacific was
oal stocks acted
dine, on heavy
losing with a n,et
. With Pennsyl
ns for equipment
tral system fail
les for the Earac
chanco for Erie
it any reasonable
3t not be consld
:auso they have
icd under presj
e low prices wore
he price declined
I this figure ag
ed and the stock
;s of a full point.
g at 1S45, closed
? largely duo to
s within the last
to Southern Pa
rsuod, were dealt
first time today.
10 way tho rights
idorsement to tho
their privilege to
Pacific at par to
buy. at fractions
conds and vary
nuarter and one
ircs. This Is an
eorv of a govcrn
t represent the
r. As the street
tlon to tho stock
sing outburst of
States Steel, and
rprlslng was the
orders that came
),000 shares were
rally that carried
:ock market looks
ry small short In
ng power around
MjK. Condition, of Treasury.
"fef U7d States treasury at the
Wmy?l business today was:
ifK, a Philippine trcas-
'M4,1 'deficit o ?2-i,502.2ol last
'3H!thK? or rCft'Pts. disbursements,
yROkS- anQl a,,(i 'publlc
I CHANGE IN THE
Quotations Remain at Same
Figure as on Wednesday;
Market Is Weak,
W-H-M"I-H I IT'I -M-H-I-H-H'
$ Copper (electro) 15.75(3)16.25
I Lead New York 4.2G4.35
n Bar Bilver 61Sc -
j Silver in London 2S 7-16d
j..HM"i-:"i"M"!-:-i : : i :-ij-h-h4
NEW YORK, Feb. 13. Copper Weak;
spot, $14.50 bid; February. 314.37 bid;
March. April and May, $14.37(3)15: elec
trolytic, 515.75(3)10. 25; lake, 51G1C.25;
Tin Weak; $48.755?.49.05; February,
$1S.7549: March, 518.2548.37; April,
Lead Steady: ?4.254.35.
Spelter Quiet; $6.356.4S.
Antimony Dull; Cookson's, ?9.253
Iron Quiet; unchanged.
Copper arrivals, 080 tons. Exports this
month, 13,291 tons. London copper, easy;
spot. 66 7e 6d; futures. 66 7s 6d.
Local exchange sales of tin, 25 tons.
London tin, oasy; spot, 221 10s: futures,
London lead, 16 10s.
London spelter, 25 10s,
Iron Cleveland warrants, 64e 3d in
Closing Stock List,
. tSiU.HIEtiL0K. q.
Awilg Copper 34,iOO 71 6J4 70H
American fori 61
Amer Beet Sugar 300 28 Zi S8?i
AmerlMii C.n 6.600 40 SSXi 33
tlo jifd J.100 lZitt 123i 123H
Amer Car Touud 100 B2T4 12T.i 5114
Amer Cotton Oil 400 404 43 49
Amer Ico Securities ,.. 22
Amor Linseed 300 104 10H 10H
Amor Loco 700 284 & 334
Anicr Smelt & nt ,600 71 68 704
Jo p!d 100 10554 1034 106
Anicr Sugar Her 200 115 116S4 115u
Amor Tel U Tel 600 1824 1314 12IU
Anier Tobacco 1.500 2504 2784 274
Anaconda Mining Co 2.S0O 36H 26 SC
Achleon 1,600 103 1014 101T4
do prd I 200 101 101U 101U
Atlantic Cot Line 300 1274 1374 137
Baltimore Ohio 1.600 101 100H 100H
Beth Steel L200 30H 25 35
Brook Rapid Tr 4.000 28 S8V4
Cinudlati Piclflc 8,400 23S'i 231 2
Central leather 600 28 2S 27U
Qieia . Ohio 3,300 76 76 79
Chicago Greut West ....... 300 1C 15 15
Chi Mil i: St Paul 6,200 110 103H 103
Chi & Nor "Weit 400 W 135 1SJ
Colo Fuel & Iron 3.700 36U 34 35
'.Con Gas 3.300 J34 133 1J4
'Com Product 1,400 HH 14 14
Delaware & Hudson 153
Denver & Rio Grnd' .... .100 20-H 20& 20 ,
do pfd , 37
Dlttlllcm Seo 100 18 1S 1$',4
Urlo E.600 30 30
do. 1st. ptd 700 40 46 46
i do 2nd ptd 100 37 87 36H
General Zlcctrlo 700 140 133 130
Grt Nor ptd 2.100 12iVi 137 128 "
Great Nor Or Ctfi 700 87 , 34 3014
UlJnolo Central $00 12S 123 124
Inter Mot 1.800 13 . 17 18'.
do pfd 2.800 6Jtt 0 60
Inter Urrter 200 IU 110 110
IntW Marino ptd J..... IS,
Inter Pper .1 lOOf 11, .11 11
.Inter Pump 15
K O Southoni i CM 23 . 24 24
'Liclcdc Gas COO 103 103 102
Lehigh Vallor 9.000 liO 1S1 ltS
.Loulavlllo Naih 1.100 134 IE3?i 1S3
Minn St. V tc Suult St M 136
Mo K & Texas 100 26 25 2fitt
Mo Pcltlc 2.600 40 50 40
Notional Blccult I 600 USU1U6 11B
National Lexd i
Nat P.7 of Mexico 'Jd pfd COO 23 22ft .53
N Y Contral S.SO0 106 101 106
N Y Ont & TVeit 1,000 31 !fl 80
Norfolk k Western 200 105 107
North American 200 7J 7D 79
Northoru Pacific 2.400 IIS 117 117 S
Pacific Mall 00 25 27 27
Pnnnrylvtsila 0.000 110 11S 113
People's Cats 600 111 110 110
Pltls C C & BU Louis .... 200 110 110 PS
Pitttburs Cool 200 21 20 21
PreKsed Stool Or
Pullman Talaco Cr 400 160 160 160
Itcidln? 74.S00 11 160 160
Itrpubllc Iron k Stoel .... 200 25 28Vi 26
do pfd 200 86 86 8a
Rock Island Co 1-200 22 23 22
do pfd 700 30 3D M?,
St. Lou fc S r pfd 500 27 26 2(j
ScAboard Air Lino 1 13 J
do Wd MI 46
Sloas Shcf Sterl ft Iron . -; 3,,
Southern Pnelflo 83,400 103 100 101i
Southern Kr "00 2o .'i -SU
do pTd ....... IV 8H 7p,-4 S
Tenn Copper 700 31 - 33
do Pfd t-WO 83 S7t
V I Rubber "MM r
U Steel .. " 100.600 62 6U 6J
do pd I SWW03H 103U 10!14
Uuh CoppeV WW 3 61 51
Va Carolina Ctiem 0 V, -4 4
do Pfd 890 Ji 12 )",,
Western Mialaod - J-J
Western L'nlon 00 71 71 A
Westing nieclrlc 700 71 ,1 7W
aliocllng & LaV'"
Total ralei for tho dar. 478.700 ebnrea.
JTow York Money.
NEW YORK, Feb. 13. Money on call,
firm. 3i3i'z per cent: ruling rate, i; clos
ing bid, 3; offered at 33.
Time loans, drone, sixty days, ninety
days and six months, 4g45 per cent.
Close: ... ,
Prlmo mercanlllo paper, 45 to 51 -per
Sterling exchange, steady, with actual
buslncsa In bankers bills at 4.S3.10 for I
slxtv-dav bills and at 4.S7.35 for demand.
Commercial bills, 4.S2.S4.
Bar silver, filjc.
Mexican dollars, 48-c.
Government bonds, steady; railroad
JWeak, mm Ef HI CURED CHEApI
seased I VI H MM and SECRETLY I
IKjP' Wakens P Jk bkPJniBpsl
I'UP SyiTeauy W fouare0 not "tho I
W nke n0 "w'Ucur"Cou0
S'lRLflk1"11 a PS feEafer for1! do not troaUn-
IMft-i0 Twelve A "s sZxigQ&i curable cases under fl
OIFIO BLOOD POISOlfcURED IN ON1E TREATMENT I
flttJKl COvfSSF..EHRL'cH'S GREAT DlS- tf5tfTfc(R? I
' ta aMi. TH. goVEWV AND BLESSING TO MANKIND H
fcWte B the greatest boon to sufferers from Specific Blood Polio n I
fl lu8 bn cd succeflBfuIly In over 20.000 eaaov. It ab- H
.tWi treatment- No matter how long you have been afflicted. I
-?lC0sii w c"aiilt mc Free before KOlnj; olnawhoro. I
- 'Mm&lXa yIN"S. BLOOD DISEASES LOST VITALITY. PILES. ECZEMA. I
'"Wuft) gTAIR FAILING1 MfNiorV. OPTRrrTTONS. NERVOUS. 1QD-
'nmL and 1 iDDBn AILMENTS CURED FOREVER. , . I
TSy Swj mc If you can. Write today for particulars if you cannot
LtZ". V to 8. CONU,. ,.' 1) .- I NDWS. 10 to 12, I
Ai?T,JjLaike Mien's SVledacal Institute 1
gsss? ;:s 5:5 ? 1 I
Covers 30 blocks, comprises scores of monumental structures, with 33 miles of tracks underneath. I
New Grand Central Terminal I
A wonderful city, within a city, built for the I
comfort and convenience of the traveling public. v H
The main Grand Central Ter- (Fourth Avenue), one block from Underneath the Terminal City - H
minal Building in New York is now Fifth Avenue and convenient to and its streets are 33 miles of rail- H
open to the public. This vast Broadway. way tracks on two separate levels. H
improvement is more than a great T , , , , the upper for Through Service and H
f railway Terminal-it is a Terminal r lt the Teraund on all the Wr for Suhmh Service
nu I; -4. 74? j Ames or local tranic subway, sur-
, City, complete m itself , providing face and eleyated More than 7,000 Each level forms a complete ter-
every detail essential to comfort cars pass its doors every daV) afford. minal in itself, separate entrances
ana convenience. transit facilities to any and exits eaual facilities for
It will embrace convention, part of Greater New York. Around the comfort of passengers.
... amusement and exhibition halls, it, and within a radius-of a few Both levels are reached by gently . I
V l' hotels, clubs and restaurants; post blocks, are forty-nine hotels, fifty- inclined walks. No stair climbing, I
' ' - office, express offices, modern apart- eight clubs and thirty-five theatres, and no confusion since incoming jl
"orfStr' Tteenewlinesofunderyound -d oling tafflc b scpaItei
transportation are now buiJding to Ticket, Pullman, Baggage and
.Grand Central Terminal is the Grand Central Terminal, and soon other facilities are progressively ar- H
Heart of New York. At Forty- there will be six levels for human ranged from waiting room to train, H
second Street and Park Avenue traffic in Forty-second Street. no step need be retraced. i H
' (Cfan your p East over the New York Central Lines; enjoy restful sleep on the j !H
' 'Water Level Route, ' three hours of picturesque grandeur along the historic Hudson and enter . j H
The Heart of New York City I
SOME FEATURES OF GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL- jflHBHw SOME FEATURES OF GRAND CENTRAL TERJHNAL H
THE LARGEST RAILWAY TERMINAL IN THE WORLD. HrHy UNSURPASSED IN USEFULNESS TO THE PUBLIC H
Area 30 blocks, three times larger than any other terminal. yjBPWiwpS Direct entrance to subwa75 for New York and Long Island.
Eicavg.tion, 8,095,000 cubic yards, two-thirds solid rock ( fll Siklfi H aPH H) 54 elevators for passengers, mail, baggage and express. mm
Sixty-seven tracks on two levels, aggregating 38 miles. VmJH&BmMfe&v ticket windows conveniently located in concourse.
Five miles of passenger platforms, level with the car floors. yjfaRflHrlBHBy Taxi cabs and motor busses right under terminal roof. jH
Eight hundred trains in and out of terminal every day. vBW Wj liP MmV' Women's private manicure, hair dressing and rest rooms.
Passengers handled annually, approximately, 25,000,000. HHBhH' Restaurant and lunch rooms with unique vaulted ceiling.
Thirty thousand people arc accommodated at one time. '"""' Complete system of paging friends are quickly located.
"Water Level Route9
CUT 1 FLOUR PRICE
SENDS HAT D01
Mills Working at Full Capa
city With Poor Market for
CHICAGO, Feb. 13. Cuts In tho price
of flour acted no tho last straw today In
breaking tho cost of wheat. Tho grain,
though steady at tho closo, ranged from
Be to lfcc down. Corn finished 11c to
ljlgc off; oat8 cheaper Jo to EtJc. and
provltslono lesa expenslvo by Joe to -15
lSvldcnco of tho overloaded condition
of tho flour trade formed the principal
cause of a drop of 4c In No. 2 red
wheat at Toledo. For a similar rcasorir
cash wheat elsewhere, too, headed down
grade, although not to such a decided
oxtont. The mills were euid to have
boon turning out Hour at practically their
full capacity, but had failed to find buy
ers of late. Offorlngs 30c to BOc a bnr
rel under public Quotations, It was de
clared, wore now tho rule.
Wheat here sagged from tho ntart and
cloEed at nearly tho lowoBt figures of the
day. Beneficial rains throughout India
and big 5hlpmenta from Argentina, with
mild weather and liberal primary ar
1 rivals In the United States, all had an
effect In turning sentiment to the bear
Notwithstanding this generous export
business at tho seaboard, corn turned
'feak, chiefly becauao of big receipts.
Argenllno crop estimates wore enlarged
and renewed attontlon was given to tho,
domestic shortage of cattle and hogs.
Sellers of oata were unusually uggres
nlve. There was a prospect that farm
reserves March i would make a remark
able showing against tho bulls.
Provisions suffered a sharp setback In
consequence of largo sales hy longs.
Hoavi' holdings of pork. lard and ribs
tumbled simultaneously Into tho pit and
found no adequate, support.
RAXfli: OF THE LEADING FUTUHES.
Wliel Open. High. Low. Close.
May BJIi I'i'l t2'i JCU
July 01i 91 Vi t0Vi 90S
Sept SO SO S'JH St".,
Mny 53 SS i" 52
juiy Mii site s:; s:i
Sept ol'j CIV; &i &3Yt
My StU 3H SIU 3I;
July 34'4 3I4 3Ui 3i;
Scut 3IH 3IS 51 SI'.i
Ch wheat No. S red. ) 1.030 1-U I No. 3 Mil,
S1.WOI.05: 2 li"l. SOysSIHc; No. 3 liant.
SOffOOSc: No. 1 nortliprn. lilUOJl'c: No. 2 north
ern, sbiJJOo; No. 2 northern. 5flPS7c; No. : sprl:iK.
80fir0o; No. 3 Bi'rlns. $68S7c: No. prlni;. 59
1S5c; velvet chaff, 83330hc: durum. S7lj92c.
Corn No. S. Mc: No. 2 whlt. Mc; No. 2 yel
low, COc: No. 3, 473lHJ'4c: No. Z whlto.
firto; No. 3 yellow, 47a0;c: No. 4Senic;
No. while, 6Hic; No. i yellow, I5474c.
0lft No. I. 33o; No. 2 whltw. 3l036e; No.
3, ::e; No. 3 white, 333534c: No. . JOViC
33'4c; No. while. SlliflSao; nUncHnl, 33it3Ko.'
nye-No. :. CJHOCIc.
Tlrooihr JJ -Mffl.M.
CHICAGO, Teh. 13- Butter, steady;
Eggs, weak; receipts, o200; at mark,
cases Included. lSQ20c; refrigerator firsts,
loCTlCc; firsts, 20Jc. , ,
PotatOHS, strong; receipts, fiO cars:
Michigan. -!SS'52o: Minnesota, 8p50c.;
Poultry, alive, steady; turkeys, loc;
chickens, 16c; springs. 16c.
Coflfoo Futures Steady.
NEW YOrtIC, Fob. 13. Coffco futures
opened Irregular at a decline of 2G to 36
jioloU ia sympathy with a big break in
tho European markets. Prices sold off
during tho day under Wall street and
scattering liquidation. The closo was
steady at a not decline of 32 to 43 -points
as compared with last Tuesday. Sales,
M3.000 bags. February. 12.27c; March,
12.65c; April, V-'.71c; May, 12.77c; June,
12.7Sc; July. 12.S0c; August. 12.S7c; Sep
tember. 12,95c; October. 12.SHc: Novem
ber, 12.77c: December and January, 12.72c.
Spot, unsettled. Rio No. 7. J3c; San
tos No. 4, 151c. Mild, dull; Cordova, 15
Now York Bonds.
U S icr : res 101 Lako S deb s 1931. OS
do rof it cou ...101 Lou Nash Un U.. 9S1;
do 3 rejt Mo K : T 1st ... P3l.i
do in cou 10:Vi do gen l4 S4
do U rt 1134 3Io Paclllc la 70
do M cou llJTi do cony I-fl 874
ranam 39 cou 10i Nat Hy of Mx i'.i 85
Alllt Chal 3t J.. 35 N Y Cent ccn 34.. 354
Amor Acrl 5 10Hi do dcl e MH
Amer T & T cv 4.106SNor TaclMe 974
Amer To Cfi 1-0 do 3 67
Armour &. Co 44.. O S L tHk Is 91
Atchlwn Ki-n 1s ... 97, Hwidlnc Ken 9S
Bait A Ohio 4s 67H St Lou i 6 F ft; 4t. 754
do 34 91 Jo Kn 6
Chew & Ohio U..lM!i Southern Pae col Is. 9J4
do ronv I4"i lvi "I" ct it 90U
C D S-. Q Joint U.. 9SS SPUR, lit rcr Is.
do Ken in 93?i Union Pacific- 59
D & H G tef .'. .... S3 do ct U 95
III Cent 11 ref -. 95 do Ul and ref 4s,. 91?,
Inter Met 44 SO V S Steel rd ....JOI?;
Japn 44" SS4 Jt x' 55 .
K C So ref Js ii
Flax, Oata and Ryo.
MINNEAPOLIS, Fob. 3. No. 3 yellow
No. 3 white oaty, 31Gp31!c
No. 2 rye. 5CJ(g&S5c.
Flour First patonts, ?4.304.CS: second
patents. $l.luS'4.fi0; rlrat clears, ?3.10fl
3,40: socond clears, ?2.30j 2.C0.
New York Produce.
NEW YORK. Feb. 13. -Flour, quiet
and barely steady.
Wheat Spot, weak; -o. 2 red. J1.0S
elevator and J1.00J f.o.b. afloat, nominal.
No. 1 northern Duluth, DOic f.o.b. Fu
tures were weok under liquidation
prompted by lower cables favorable crop
advices and the weakness In Wall street,
closing 8lc net lower. May. 9SJ
09 l-16c, closed OSJc; July, closed 07Bo;
September, BfiligiOtiic, closed 061c. Bond
ed wheat: May, closed 05Sc bid, and July,
Raw sugar, easy; centrifugal, 3.42-
S.ISc: muscovado, 2.?22.9Sc; molasses
sugar, 2.C75'2.73c. Rellned. quiet.
NEW YORK. Feb. 13. Evaporatod ap
ples: Fancy, 15c; choice, 6J6Jc; prime,
Prunes, dull and easy; Callfornlas, up
to 30-IOs, S-JO'llJc; Oregon. olffOlc
Aprlcols and peaches, qulot.
NEW YORK, Feb. 13. Cotton closed
steady and from 1 to 2 points net higher.
NEW ORLEANS. Fob. 13. Cotton:
Spot, steady and unchanged: middling,
123c. Fales, SSC bales.
CHICAGO, Feb. 13 Cattle Receipts.
COOO; market, strong. Beevos, $6.65
3.15; Texas steers, jr.'fi'S.OO: western
steer.", S5. 757. 45; stockers and feed
ers. 54.75U1 7.G3: cows and heifers, $3.10
07. 50. calves. ?6.7GB'10.25.
Hogs Receipts, 2S.000: market, elow.
Light. $S.l.r.!&-8.o2i: mixed, $S.0545i8.10;
heavy, $7.P5S.3"i: rough, J7.95$S.l0;
plKJi. 56.75S.25; bulk. $S.25S.35.
Sheep Receipts. IS.000; market, strong.
Native, $4.90$B6.35: western, $3g:G.40;
yearlings, $6.65(3f3: Iambs, native, ?7$
9.25: western, ?759.25.
SOUTH OMAHA. Feb. 13. Cattle Re
ceipts, 3000; market, ctrong. Native
stors, JCSoC'S-oS; cows and helfors. $45
7.15; western steirv, f5.50CTS: Texaa
steers. $5p6.25: cows and heifers, $C73 MmM
6.75; calves. 569. tlmM
Hogs Receipts, 11,000; market, stcad Um
Hcavv. 57.S0e'7.?5; light, $7.95T5.f5 mm
pigs. '?6.D07.50; bulk of sales. J7.00
Sheop Receipts. 6500: tnarkot, stcad
Yearlings. $7.40)7.75; wothore, ?u 9C& jH
COO; lambs, $S9.
Kansas City. jH
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 13. Cattle Ro- jH
celpts, 2000, Including 100 snuthfrrs, immt
market, strong. Native steers. S'&S- mWt
southern steers. 3607.50; Eouthern cown ,mm
and heifers. $4Q4.50; native cows anl Mm
heifers. HQS: stockers and feeders, ?GcP MmJ
7.75; bulls, S5.250G.5O: calves, $5.50 j. 10: Mmj
western steers, ?G. 50&S. 25; western Mm
cows. 51(xG.7fi .
Hogs Recolpts, 7500; market, steadv
Bulk, $Si?'8.ir.; heavy. $7.30fiS.10: park- mm
era and butchors. SSWS.20; light, l$S.0j4f iMM
S.20; pigs. ?C.767.25. MmJ
Sheep Receipts, 9000; market. etcad mm
Muttons, Sl.50d?i;.25; Colorado lambs. ?x immM
JZ.S.75; range wethers and yearlings, o -7 mmf
g7.75; range ewes, $3.50(Q5.75, jB
St. Louis Wool. jH
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 13. Wool, stead jH
Medium grades, combing and clotlurg,
231(!?2Gc; light line. 10?21c: heavy line '.Mm
13$plSc; tub washed, 27ff3Sc. Mmm
When Burton H,olmcs rcccntlj- gave iH
his celebrated traveloRuo on "Paaa wmm
ma" at Orcncstra Ha!). Chicago, he
was soriously interrupted by continual iMmm
coughinp; of tho audience. No ono aa jH
noys dllingly. and if people with JH
coughs, colds, hoarseness and tickling
in throat would uso -Foley's Honey &
Tar Compound, they could quickly euro MmM
thoir coughs and colds and avoid the VM
annoyance. Schramm-Johnson, Drugs,
"The Novor.Substitutors," Five (5) jjH
Good Stores. (Advertisomont.)
Tho Want Columns appoal to a. groat lH
diversity of inloresti 4 iH