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THE HKE: UMAHA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1911.
WANTED SITUATIONS
(Continued.)
KIHST class practical nurse can be
mxaii'd at our. Douatias 6194.
i;.
SITUATION wanted, experienced shlp-
ng "irk, Al clly reference. 'Phone
hkJO.
THOROUGHLY experienced dress
maker want sewing by the day. Phone
Harney LA8.
ROUGH dry waxhlng at bom.
Clark. upstairs.
1919
TOl'NO man
good a prof erred.
SIf wants position,
K 323. Bee.
dry
CLERK, thoroughly experienced In gen
eral merchandise, wan la a poalllon.
Speaks German flood references. -Address
Box IK. Madison, Neb.
WAMHNO
wanted, rough dry. Harney
TAKE me out to the ball name. If J.
9. Johison. 312 N. 2f.tr tit., will coma to
The Bee office within . three days we
will ailve hi in a ticket to the ball came
at Rourke park.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Hhlp your stock to South Omaha;
save mileage and shrinkage; jour
coiiKiRUiiicnts receive) prompt and
careful attention.
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
Byera Bros. A Co. Strong and responsible
WOOD BROS., 234-38 Exchange Blk.
Great Welt. Com. Co., Omaha 4 Denver.
W. K. SMITH A SON lust handle sheep.
W. F. DENNY A CO., 233 Exch. Bldg.
TAUU BROS., handle cattle, hogs, sheep.
CLIFTON. Com.Co., 223 Exchange Bldg.
Donahue Randall Co., 202 Exch. Bldg.
Clay, Robinson A Co., 200 Exch. Blag.
The Standard Com. Co., U6 Exch. Bldg.
W. R. SMITH A SON lust handle sheep.
Interstate Co. Better results. Ship to us.
BURKE-R1CKLY CO.. 201 Exch. Bldg.
L. E. ROBERTS ek CO., 229 Exch. Bldg.
Alien Dudley Co., 236-37 Exch. Bldg.
Cox A Jones Com. Co., a hunch of hustlers,
Ralston A Fonda, live stock com. mer.
Farmers I S. Com. Co., 200 Exchange.
Deposit proceeds of shipments In Stock
yards Nat 1. Bank, only bank at yards.
WINN Bros. Co., Exchange Bldg.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Illogical Situation Exists in Wheat
Because of Reciprocity.
TRADERS PREDICT A BULGE
Corn Is (Irian- teaallr Dossal
All Sliafct Declines, AHkeasjfc
Lsrsrr Ifoaae Do Not Fol
" the Advnnee Far.
LAVERTY BROS., 138-40 Exch, Bldg.
Paxton-Eckman Chem. Co., stock, remedies
Martin Brps. A Co., 208-7 Exch. Bldg.
Alex O. Buchanan A Son, 154-153 Ex. Bldg,
0MAHA-THE GRAIN MARKET
WEEKS GRAIN CO., grain merchants;
consignments solicited, iv uranueis.
THE Updike Grain Co. 1 Consignments
careiuuy nanaiea. omana, Neo.
MERRIAM COMMISSION CO..
man who has tried us."
'Ask the
Nebraaka-Iowa Grain Co. 7M Brandeia.
CAVERS ELEVATOR CO., wholesale
dealers, grain, hay, chop feed. 731 Bran
uels Bldg.
LEGAL NOTICES
PROPOSALS. -Sealed
proposals for all works. Including
masonry and cement, carpentry, lathing
and plastering, painting, varnishing, glas
Ing, sheet meta) and tile roofing, sewers
and plumbing, heating and ventilating,
electiio wiring, electric light fixtures, dec
orative glass, decoration, window shades,
tables and desks, chairs, for the Car
negie Library building, according to the
plans and specifications prepared by Pat
ton A Miller of Chicago, architects, will
be received by the building committee
of tha Wayne (Nebraska) Public Library
on or before 12 o'clock, noon, on the 16th
day of October, lull. All aealed pro
posals shall be deposited In the Iron box
for that purpose In the Cltlsens Na
tional . bank, Wayne, Nebraska, In en
velopes marked on outside "Proposals
for Library Building." Plans and speci
fications msy be examined at the stoie
of J. J. Ahem, Wayne, Nebraska, chair
man of the building committee. Bidders
must qualify to the satisfaction of the
building committee, both aa to financial
reapoiiHlblllty and capability of efficient
execution of the work; must furnish In
formation with bid on these and other
subjects aa required by the conditions
and Instruction to bidders accompany
ing said specifications and In all respects
comply with the requirements therein
contained. Bids to be In form specified
with alternate and unit prices as re
quired. The bidder to whom the . contract Is
awarded must furnish a bond for 50
(fifty) per cent of the contract price; all
bids must be accompanied by a certified
check . for two and one-half (24) ptr
centum of the bid. all as provided moro
particularly in said conditions. Contract
will be made subject to all the provi
sions of said conditions. Any other in
formation desired will be furnished fy
the architects. The building committee
reserve the right to reject any or all
bids and to accept such bids as may be
deemed advisable.
Dated at Wayne, Nebraska, Septem
ber 15, ISM.
The Board of Library Trustees of ihs
Wayne (Nebraska) Puhllo Library.
O. J. GREEN. President.
Attest: T. B. Heckert, Secretary.
Sl9d7t
BIDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF REIN
FORCED RESERVOIR.
Notice is hereby given that sealed bids
w!!i be received by the mayor and city
council of the city of Beatrice. Nebraska,
until o'clock p. m., September 28. mi,
for the furnishing of the material and
the construction of a reinforced con
crete reservoir to be located on lots 10,
11 and 12. block 4. Dwyer's addition to
the city of Beatrice, as per plana and
specifications now on file In the office of
the clly clerk. According to the estt
matea of the supervising englner. said
estimate Is KW.oi
All of said work to be dona complete
In accordance with the plana, specifica
tions and profile made by the super
vising engineer, now on file in the office
of the city clerk.
Each bid must be accompanied by, a
certified check In the sum of 1650.60 upon
a local bank, payable to the city of Bea
trice as forfeit money in the event that
the' bidder shall fail to enter Into con
tract, with bond signed by good and sufficient-securities,
to be approved by the
mayor within ten days after notice of
award to him.
Blda to be mads on blanks furnished
bv the city clerk. x
The right Is reserved to reject any and
all bids.
By order of the mayor snd council of
said city. 8. Q. FREE.
619-d9t i City clerk.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Pteraon, Iowa Sealed blda will be re
ceived by the town council until I p. m
October 3. for the construction of
extension of the present water works
comprising approximately 1150 ft. of In
water main; 20 drove wells, about 20 ft'
deep, raid wells to be 2 In., with Cook's
I'atent Brass Strainers; wells to be con
nected to In. mains and all things nec.
essary to comply with plana and speci
fications on file at the Farmers Hank of
pteraon. No gravel or atone In ditches.
Address J. P. Mead, Plerson, Iowa.
819-d4t
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
SALE OF QUARTERMASTER'S Bl'P-plt-.
Depot Quartern, aeler's office, Z2d
A Hickory i streets. Omaha, Neb., Sept.
It), 1911. Sealed proposals. In triplicate,
subject to conditions named In circular
to bidden, will be received at this office
until 11 a. m.. October 2. 1ml. for purchase
of ten
tton and
upon
Depot
622-:0-J:i-29-33L
OMAHA. Sept 21, 1911
There Is a peculiar situation In the
wheat trade. It has been considered all
alone- that the psssase of the reciprocity
measure would be a bear argument. But
traders last nleht were, almost to
man. predlct'na; a bulge, making the
tiresent situation an llloeical one.
Foreign newa seemed, for the time, too
remote to follow and leaders always
turn to the very heavy domestlo stocks
and the very slack demand. Something
new will have to happen to raise the
market from ts legarthy.
Corn Is belna- steadily bought on
alight declines, although the larger houses
do not follow the advances isr,
Country offerlnsa at all points are ex
ceptlonally light, cash corn continues
irons snd short cron nroapecta will likely
keep the demand active and values on the
move.
There was little or no setlon to the
wheat market, although nrlces had
firmer tone. Trade was very light. Cash
wheat sold He higher today.
There was nn feature to tielD corn ad'
vance. but values held firm to a shade
hiirher. Cash corn was unchanged,
Primary wheat receipts were 1,178.000
bu. and shipments were 698.000 bu.. against
rece ots lat year of, 1.262,000 pu. anu
alilmiienta nt r,U hll
Prlmarv corn reeelDt were 204.000 bu,
and shipments wers 713,WO bu., against
receipts last year of 606,000 bu. and ship
ments nf 1 ITS 000 bu.
Clearances were ri,000 bu. of corn, none
of oats snd wheat and flour equal to
ki7 nnn hn
Liverpool closed unchanged to & higher
on wheat and unchanged to Hd higher
on corn.
The following cash sales wers reported:
WHEAT No. t hard: cars, 83c; No. I
hard: 2 cars, 93c; 1 car, 33c; 2 cars, 92o.
No. 4 hard: 1 car, 83c NO. mixea;
1 car. Die. (
nmx-Nn. vellnw: l cars. taraC ino
2 yellow: 6 cars, 62o; 1 car, 62Vic; No.
2 mixed: 1 cars, b-'hc No. 1 mixed
cars, 62V4C.
OATS standard : l car, 13W .
white: 6 cars, 43ic.
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 92ff96c;
hard.' HI (6 9ftc; No. 4 hard, SWiMc.
CORN No. 1 white. .2Vra03c:
White. 62.fot3c: No. 4 white. 62US62Vc:
No. 8 color, H2.'S2c; N 3 color, uivtw
63Kc: No. 2 yellow. 62Wuic: No. 8 yel
low, 62!62c; No. 4 yellow. 6HZic;
No. 2. tttk&tiZHc; No. S. 62&214c; No. 4,
filV4l8,t.2Vic; no grade, 61(&iilWo.
OATS Standard. . 43Wtftttc; .rxo. ,
4343"o; No. 4 white, 42M;;43c; No. 3 yel
low 1 '1. W4.1i- Nn. A vellnw. f,2i(aA251C.
BARLEY Malting, I1.08&1.U; No. ,
Socfc 11.02; No. 1 feed, 84c&ll.02; rejected,
748V4c
RYE No. 2, 8587c; No. 2, 8486c,
Carlot Recelpta.
Wheat. Corn. Cats.
No.
No. I
No. t
Chicago ...
Minneapolis
Omaha
Duluth
3
....668
.... 61
....140
168
82
103
18
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION
Features of the Tradlasx asl Closlaa;
Prices oa Board, of Trade.
fmnAOO. Sent. 21. Pending ths out
come of the reciprocity vots wheat deal-
era today almost unanimously conunca
themselvea to evenlnz UD trades. As
natural result prices were Inclined to
drop and the olose ranged from the same
ii iaat nlarht to c below. In corn, the
ein wa m shade down to "0 up, oats.
&c off to fca higher, and provisions not
more than 3c enther way.
Nearly everything else was lost sight
of in the wheat Jit except vne
gossip about the Canadian election. The
few operators who thought of other sub
jects found reason for uneasiness because
of demoralised condition of the stock
market, and on account of ths bank rate
advance in England, France and Bel
gium. To offset this, there were liberal
export clearance". Besides the local flour
trade was-good, with prices up 10c. for
spring wheat grades. uecemDer ranira
from oc to sKi wim -
Viio down at 59(&9Mc.
p H.antti. not he wis- d rectly Involved
by the Issue of the Canadian election-felt
the effects through sympathy with other
grain. December fluctuated between 630
and 6ic. closing steady a shade up at
64(1104140. Cash grades were slow. no. t
yellow finisnea at ixwxy
Buyers of oats were notably Inclined to
go slow until definite results were reached
In Canada. December kept as top and
. ..m limit, ihv. and 46c. with the
close exactly unchanged from last night
8horts covering ana iw-w
Ing rallied provisions laiein mo uijj..
After traaing itcti, "J
higher, lard wncnangea to ui, iu
ribs a shade off to 6c and 10c.
Artlc lslOpen. Hlghrf Low. IClose. Yes'y
Wh't
Sepf.l
Corn
Bept.
Dec.
May.
Oats
Sept.
Pork .
Jan..
May.l
Lard '.
Sept.
Oct..
Jan-
Ribs.
Oct..
92 82M, 9141 1 2H
190441 "A 96VCTW &5S95'& 86T4
ioiv loiii loik loin
642HV. 34 4
,KS S C5W65HVs , 664
43 43H 43 43H 43
464 & 45 464 46 4
i&hk 4S,4 474ii 43 4H
15 12Vi WIS ( 14 90 15 12Vj 15 10
1 16 06 15 16 1 14 92V 16 12
I 27W t 27H 17V 27H 4 25
til, 9 27V 9 15 9 27V 9 26
I 92V 8 92V 8 80 8 90 8 87 Vi
8 40 8 60 8 40 8 60 8 45
8 00 8 00 7 90 7 7Vi 7 87V
806 806 796 8 02V
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Steady.
RYE No. 2, l2c. .
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 704390c; fair
to choice malting, il.loyi.2i.
SEELD Timothy, 12.o0iB14.7tt. Clover,
rKUVisiuns- aieaa porn, ier uu,.,
816.37Vi3'l&.50. Lard, per 100 lbs.,
Short ribs, sides (loose), 8S.37VU9.00; short
clnar sides, 18.87Vr9.00.
Total clearances of wheat and nour
were equal to 64(1,009 bu. Primary receipts
were 1.17U.00O bu.. compared with 1.262.000
bu. the corresponding day a year ago.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow, wnest,
3i cars; corn, 19s cars; oats, 113 cars; no.
12 0o0 head.
Chicago Cash Prices w neat. no. z red
winter, 92V4(!3c; No. I red winter, 90
92c; No. 2 hard winter, oV3c; No. S
hard winter, sijyoc; ino. 1 norinern
surlnR. Sl.004il.03; No. 8 northern spring.
SKsciUl.02; No. 3 spring, 96cib 31.02; No. 8
spring, Socol.ui; rso. spring, socio ji.uu;
velvet chaff, 7;VfiWc; durum, 85c(ytl.00.
Corn, No. 2, 6!'iiVc: No. 3 white, ehVutf
6litc; No. 2 yellow. (WfiteVic; No. 3. 7Vs
sc: No. 3 white, fe'c; No. 3 yellow,
67fr6tc; No. 4 mixed, 67&7V4c; No. 4
white. 67VCti7Vc; o. 4 yellow, ,7'iw7Vo.
Oats, No. 3, 44c; No. 2 white, 4Mo4&Vtc;
No. 3 white, 44a44c; No. 4 white, 44i43
444c; standard, 44,iW5V4c. Rye, No. 2.
Vic. Barley, 70cuil.23. Timothy, $12.50(rf
creameries.
21(83c;
14.75. Clover. 319:).
BUTl'ER-Steady:
dairies. lMi.'lc.
EGGS Steady; receipts. 4,826 cases; at
mark, casea included, lbjlSc; firsts, 19c;
prime firsts. 20c.
CHEEHK Steady; daisies. UlrH'ic:
twins. lifll3V4c; young Americas, luUVc;
long horns, 14fll4V,c.
POTATOES Easy; choice to fancy, SOfl
5c; fair to good. 7075o.
POULTRY Alive, steadv: turkava. 1-
fowa. 12c; springs, 12Vc
VEAI-Steady : 60 to 40-lb. wts.. ftmp:
0 to S&-lb. wts.. V'aiOVc: 85 to 110-lb.
wts., 11c.
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls 20.10 34.400
Wheat, bu 7s Oim) las out
Corn, bu 179,000 4Si,OuO
Oats, bu 2W.000 17j.0u0
Rye, ou n oho 7, ftS)
Barley, bu lll.OuO 13.000
Carlot Receipts Wheat, 89 oars., with
IS of contract grade; corn. cars, with
(K of eontrart grade; oata, 103 cars. Total
receipts of wheat at Chicago, Minneapolis
and Duluth today were .37 cars, com
pared with 61& cars isst week snd 8
cars the corresponding days a year ago.
NEW YORK UE-tERAL MARKET
Varloas
Qaetattens of tho Day oa
Cosanodltlea.
NEW YORK, Sept. 21. FLOUR
Steady; spring patents. 35.10if6.40: winter
straights, $.".tir,j4.10, winter patents, 14.20
Ctm; spring clears. 14 ldli-4 40: winter ex
trss No. 1, 3.ot'n3.70; winter extras No. 3,
33.JfS3.46; Kansas straights, 34.3iV(t-4.4n.
Rye flour, firm; fair to good, I4.TO4J
t.sn; cnoice to fancy, S4.90.6.1a,
CORNMEAL Steady; fine white and
yellow, 31.4tvyi.42; coarse, I1.3&U1.40. Kiln
anen, 1.1.:.
87c elevator exiort basis anil ixuic f. o.
b. afloat. No. 1 northern Duluth 31. 10 f.
o. b. afloat. Futures msrket unsettled.
pending the outcome of tha Canadian
election on reciprocity and the prices
changes were small as the foreign news
was two-sided. Cloning prices were un
changed to Vo net lower. September
closed iwiac; Oecemper 31.01 1-18; May 31.07.
CORN tpot market steady; No. 3 corn
75c elevator domestlo basis to arrive, and
mic 1, o. o. anoat, export grades. ITU'
tures msrket nominal.
OATS Spot market firm; standard
"line , iiv. 4, uv.: , i-o. , vv, iiu. ,
4So; natural white and white clipped, 48V
tuo.tc. t utures market was nominal.
HAY New steady; prime, 3L2&; No. 1,
tl-lWil.20; No. 2. 3l.10ill.15: No. 3. 9661.05.
FEED Firm; western spring bran,
vtno. sacics, f.3Z; standard middling,
100-Ih. sacks, 38.60; city, 100-lb. sacks.
HIDES Steady; Central America, 20c;
Bogota, 21 vu 2214; thirds, lSKaoc; rejects,
16c.
PROVISIONS-Pork. steady; mess.
818.2f18.75; family, 20.0ojz 21.00; short
clears, $li.764j 17.50. Beef, stesdy; mess,
8I2.6OU13.00; family, 313.6014.00; beef
hams. 329.6032.60. Cut meats, easy:
pickled bellies, 10 to 14 lbs., 311.606 13..A;,
pickled hams, 314.00. Lard, easy; middle
west prime, S9.2O4i9.40; refined, steady;
continent, 310.06; South America, SlO.to;
compound, 38.OOig8.40. x
BUTTER Steady: creamerK specials.
27V4c.
cheese strong; skims. 210120.
EGGS Steady, unchanged.
POULTRY Alive. Irregular; western
spring chickens, 13V&'14; fows, 14ijl5c;
turkevs. 15c: dressed, lrrearular: western
broilers, lMlflVsc; fowls, 12'a17o; Spring
turkeys, selected, 28c; others, Iodise.
1
Corsi and Wheat Regloa BalleUa.
For the twenty-four hours ending at 8
ro. Thursday, September 21, 1911:
OMAHA DISTRICT.
Temp. Rain
Stations. Max. Mln. fall. Sky.
Ashland ...;.... 60 42 .20 Pt. cloudy
Auburn 60 44 .63 Foggy
Broken Bow.... 68 42 .65 Vlear
Columbus 64 41 .72 Foggy' '
Culbertson 69 40 .06 Foggy
Falrbury 68 46 .47 Foggy
Fairmont ....... 67 41 .63 Clear
Grand Island .. 66 46 .80 Clear
Hartlngton 68 46 .38 Clear
Hastings 66 45 1.17 Clear
Holdrega 63 44 .62 Foggy
Lincoln 69 45 .23 Pt. cloudy
North Platte.. 66 40 .06 Clear
Oakdala 69 49 .20 Clear
Omaha 60 46 .17 Cloudy
Teksmah M 12 46 .15 Foggy
Valentine 66 46 .40 Clear
Sioux City, la. 63 44 .12 Cloudy
Alta, la 64 48 . 32 Cloudy
Carroll, la 60 46 .46 Cloudy
Clarlnda, la.... 69 46 .46 , Foggy
Sibley, la 60 47 .27 Foggy
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
1 1 1 V
Spectacular Slump in United State!
Steel Securities Occurs.
TRADING OP HUGE PROPORTIONS
Report Widely Credited that Cor
poration Officials and Depart
ment of Jnstlce Will Cons
to Agreement.
take steps toward that end. Responsible
officials of the corporations refused to
discuss the reports. There seemed to le
good grounds for the belief, however.
that the steel corporation and the De
partment of Justice were united In an ef
fort to avoid a suit, and that if the tot
mldable obstacles in the way of dissolu
non could be overcome according to
plan to which both aides could agree,
such action would be undertaken.
There Was no hysteria elsewhere In the
maraet. inn movement In the steel
securities resulted In severe losses anion
other Industrials. General Electric lost
5i. A long list of others. Including
Amalgamated Copper, American Beet
-ua,ar, National Biscuit and Sears-Roe
buck, fell from 2 to 7 nolntB
The railroad list was relatively firm,
Missouri Pacific rose a point, deeplte nn
unexpectedly large deficit announced yes
terday In the annual report. At times
there was heavy pressure aKalnst Union
Pacific, but these Issues rallied later, and
offered effective resistance to the day
unsettling Influences.
The bond market was weak, with
marked declines in the active speculative
issues, united States Steel 6s held well
Total sales, par value. 32,904,000. United
elates bonds were unchanged on call,
NEW YORK, Sept. 21-Wall street
spent another uneasy day In watching
the spectacular slump In the securities of
tne united States steel corporation. Trad,
lng In the steel stocks dominated ths mar
ket, widespread reports that dissolution
of the corporation was Impending coupled
witn yesterday s severe decline seemed
to have aroused the fears of Investors,
Selling orders filled the market at the
opening coming from all parts of the
country and from abroad. Their force
was irresistible. The low price of the day
for the common was 68, a decline of 6V
puinis ana me lowest ngures since laou.
The preferred fell 6t4 to 104t. a lower
price than had been reached since 1808.
rrading in these stocks reached
enormous proportions. The common was
sold In lots of 1,000 to 6,000 shares. Largely
".r iwwvn ui mis selling me nay s
imnsaciions amountea to 1.26N.UOV shares,
the largest total for the year, and of
this the sale nf tTWted state. Ktal
oeany one-naif or 672,000 shares.
The report waa widolv credited that
either a suit for dissolution rrould be
instituted by the Department of Justice or
mat me corporation voluntarily woujld
Number of sales and lendlna ailntatinna
on slocks were as xouows
rles. HUH. Low. Cloia,
Net
thre
for short bills Is S4 per Cent;
months' bills. IV per rent.
for
DISTRICT AVERAGES.
No. of Temp.
Stations. Max. Mln.
0 17
Ky... 20
Ind. 11
25
25
Rain
fall.
District.
Columbus.
Louisville,
Indtan'olls,
Chicago. 111.
St. Louis, Mo
Des, Moines, la- 21
Mlnne'lis. Minn. 30
Kan. City. Mo... 24
Omaha, Neb 18
General rains occurred within the last
twenty-four hours In all except the ex
treme eastern portion 01 tne corn and
wheat region. The weather 1b much cooler
In the western portion and freezing tem
peratures were recorded this morning in
localities in tne uanotas.
L. A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster. Weather Bureau.
72 62 .00
80 68 .20
.76 64 .10
70 62 .30
74 66 .40
64 48 . 40
64 41 .20
68 60 .60
62 44 . 50
St. I.onla General Market.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 21. WHEAT Higher:
track No. 1 red. 93c?!MVic: No. 2 hard. 96c
fell .01: December, 93 c; May, SL00H.
cokin mgner; tracic no. z, eiwwmKc:
No. 2 white. 69c: December. 62c: May.
640.
OATS Hlsrher: track No. z. 46c: No. 2
white. 46Vc; December, 46 Vic; May, 47c.
tittj firm, 3c.
FLOUR Steady: winter patents. 84.20
.70; extra fancy and straight. 33.80it4.2u:
hard winter clears, 33.Oft33.40.
SEED Timothy, 31Z.OU14.bu.
CORNMEAL 33.10J
BRAN Weak; sacked, east track. 81.12
1.14.
HAY Market strong; timothy, 320.000
25.00; prairie, S12.OOt0l6.OO.
PROVISIONS Pork, higher: Jobbing.
J15.25. Lard, higher; prime steam, 39.10
20. Dry salt meats, unchanged; boxed
extra shorts, 39.00; clear ribs, SO-OO short
clears, 39.12V. Bacon, unchanged: boxed
extra short. 310.00; clear ribs, 310.00; short
clears, 310.12V.
' Keceipts. bntpments.
, 8,000 8,900
, 60.000 69,000
18,000 42,000
, 26,000 61.000
Flour, bbls.
Wheat, bu.
Corn, bu. ..
Oats, bu. ..
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Sept 21 WHEAT Un
changed to V4o higher; No. 8 hard. 92
97c; No. 3, 90((v96c; No. 3 red, 92c; No. 3,
8"Vi391Vc; December, 94b94Vc; May,
CORN Unchanged to o nigner; rso.
mixed, 65Vio; No. 8, 65Vc; No. 2 white.
65Vc; No. 3, 6565Vtc; December, 6lo;
May, 64o.
OATS steady ; no. z wnne, mic;
No. 3 mixed. 43V&45c.
RYE B)i(89c.
HAY Steady; choice timothy. 318.50
19.00: choice prairie. 812 50(618.00.
BUTTER Creamery, 200; firsts, zao;
seconds, 21c; packing, 17c.
EGGS Extras, 22c; firsts, l&c; seconds,
UVic
Allls-Cbaliners efd too
Amalgamated coppsr .... 41,304
American Asricnltural .. 40S
American Beet Buiv .... 11,100
Amarloan Can l.sno
American C. F 1,400
American Cotton Oil .. 1,209
American H. ac L. pfd
American Ice Securities.. 100
American Linassd loo
American Locomotive .. 400
American 8. A R 2t,00
American 8. A) R. pfd... 600
American steel para ion
American Sugar Refining. 400
American Tel. A Tel.... 300
Amerloan Tobacco pfd.... 40-)
American Woolen ' ' 100
Anaconda Mining 1,6110
Atchison j 10,000
Atchison ptd ,
Atlantic Coast Line 100
Ualtimore & Ohio ....... 1,700
Bethlehem Steel t.SOO
Brooklyn Rapid Transit.. 4,000
Canadaln Pacific t.ioo
Central Leather L"0
Central Leather pfd 109
Central of N. J .
Chesapeake A Ohio , 1,900
Chicago Alton
Chi. ot. West., new 109
Chi. Ot. Went, pfd 00
Chi. & N. W 300
Chi., Mil. sVSt. P f.bOO
C. C., C. ft St. L
Colo. Fuel A Iron too
Colo. Ac Southern
Consolidated Oas 1,300
Com Products goo
Delaware A Hudson
D. A R. O TOO
D. A R. O. pfd.... too
nistllleiV Securities ....
Krle ' 30,100
Erie lat pfd 800
Krle Id pfd...'...; ,' 100
Oeneral Electrla 3,200
Great Northern pfd 7, MM
nreat Northern Ore etfs. 1.800
Illinois Central 100
Interhoroush.Met. 4,209
Interboroiuch-Met. pfd .. 1,200
International Harvester.. 4.200
Inter. Marine pfd
International Paper 400
International Pump too
Iowa Central .....
K. C. SouthemS. 109
K. C. Southern pfd 409
Laclede Gaa
loulavllla A Nashville , 600
Minn. A St. Louis 109
M., St. P. A S. Ste. M. too
M.. K. A T too
M.. K. A T. pfd 200
Missouri Pacific, 4.4O0
National Biscuit ......... 1,000
National Lead 709
Nat. R. Y. of M. Id pfd.
N. Y. Central (ex. dir.).
N. T.. O. A W
Norfolk. A Western
North American
Northern Paclfio
Pacific Mall
Pennarlvanla
People's Oas
Pitts.. C, C. A St. L...
Pittsburgh Coal ,
Pressed Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car
Railway Steel Spring
Reading
Republle Steel
Republic Steel pfd
.Rock Island
Rock Island pfd
St. L. A S. F. 2d pfd
st. Luie s. w
St. Louis 8. W. pfd
Sloes-Sheffield 8. A I.... too
Southern Paclfio 17.0iM
Southern Railway 100
Southern Railway pfd.... 400
Tennessee Copper too
Texas A Paclfio too
ToL, St. L. W too
Tol., 8t. L. A W. pfd... 100
1B1.7O0
17
13 '4
to
to
M
4H4
iU
'l7
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37 Si
US
115 Vs
2
28 Vi
34
102 Vi
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us
27
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12
20
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13
1114
17
42 H
4 H
4D1,
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6044
1
17i
13
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101 V,
28
114
134
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101 Vi
lis
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Z70
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..... ZD
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lit
llOVi
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60
.
9
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102
27
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134
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us
24
72
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It
Wheat, bu.
Corn, bu. ..
Oats, bu. ..
V Receipts. Shipments.
67.000 88.000
, 20,000 30,000
, 12.000 15.000
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 21. WHEAT
September. 11.02 Vi: December, 8103Tc;
May. S1.07Hc; No. 1 hard, 31-05: No. 1
northern, 3l.tHVBl.4; wo. z norinern,
sHoiSSl.02: No. 3 KUWe.
BARLEY 7uctj1.13.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 86VC
OATS No. 8 white. 43Vc.
RYE No. 2, 86Va86V.
RRA N 121 . &Ott 22.00.
FLOUR First patents. 84.905.16;
ond patents, $4.404.66; first clears,
03.76; second clears. 32.2502.60.
sec-83.25
131
1Z
44
31
60
40
148
124
46
136
14
41
101
"tii
10
'27
43
131
36
131
28
43
8f.
129
48
25T4
i ai
-12
'
46
'so
to
49
146
12.1
46
136
"
40
100
"t
27
'
42
117
86
130
28
17
M
138
111
66
24
43
131
13
161
22
4f.
30
30
60
40
146
124
45
13
13
40
101
14
t
28
17
ts
-
102
138
34
130
28
3 f 42
34 36
127 127
IS 48
28
4.300 100 S9 100
400 8 88 38
700 101 100 100
66
1,600 114 113 114
S 29
118 lit
7.800
400
118
103
1'
27
166
7Vi
409
400
100
too
.141,100 13
... 3,700 21
... 1.400
... 5,200
600
100
16
M
46
3
192
"l7
26
165
2
lit
21
32
22
46
31
Union Paclfio
Unloa Pacific pfd
United States Realty ....
United States Rubber....
United flutes steal ....
United States Steal pfd..
t'taa Copper
Virginia-Carolina Chem..
Wabash
Wabaan pfd
Western Maryland
Weatlnsliouae Electrlo ..
Western Union a...
Wheeling A Laks trie ..
Lehigh Vslley
Totsl sales for ths day.
199
too
672.100
.61.800
800
1,809
709
1.400
1.000
1,700
too
M
lot
S3
83
12
18
42
169
'ii"
'
43
108
42
4ft
It
so
76
at
108
M
t2
12
32
18
42
164
"tr"
t
58
104
40
48
12
34
60
68
76
13,709 164 113
1.168.300 shares. -
102
91
17
?
164
28
137
Sl
13
13
.46
S
19
48
88
107
43
32
t2
17
42
167
8
48
t
68
106
40
48
26
61
68
75
t
164
Boston Mlnlnsj Stocks.
BOSTON, Sept 21. Closing quotations
on stocks today:
Alloues
Amal. Copper ...
A. Z. L. A 8.v
Aria. Com
Poiton A Cork,
nutte Coalition
('al. A Aril
Cat. A Hecla 26t
Centennial ,
Copper Range
Kaat Butte Cop
Franklin ,
Olroux CVto ,
Oranby Con. ..
Cananea
I W n-.l- If avbe.
" - , i Greene Cana
DTTT.TTTH. SeDt. 21. WH EAT No. 1 i.i. hv.ii.
hard. tl.03Ve: No. 1 northern, ll.ft!V4; No. 2 Kerr Lake
northern. 81.006-1.01: No. 3, 97Sc; Rep- Lake Copper
tember, 3102 bid; December, S1-02V bid;
May. tl.Otm nomlnaL a
OATS 43Vio. '
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
II A -M M er T T I S-T ai-trt a tlf
1 s. m.. October 2. 1911. for purchase , JLT.T w,, 1" a rr"- ,J, . " 1
buffalo overcoats V'ull liif.irnia B"ll- Wit. Healed proposals, In trip-
..id" h,T.',Unt" J" eM'
application to Capt F C. Bollea, V,?LiS ,ubl.,c,i' i""4. tor
Quartermaster. ' furnlnhlng labor and materials for con-
Oils and ttoaln.
SAVANNAH. Sept 21.-TURPENTINB
1 Irm; Uo.
KObLN-ilrm; G. and T, 8 nV
structing Post Chapel. Including plumb
ing, heating, electric wiring and fixtures.
at Fort Yellowstone, W'yo. Information
furnished on application. Envelopes con
taining proposals to be indorsed "Pro
poeaals for Chapel" and addressed to
Cuiiatructuig tjuarternuuiter.
b-9-U-12-22-3
Liverpool Grain Market.
I.TVRRPOOL. Sept. 21. WHEAT Spot,
nominal; futures steady; October, 7s 4d;
December, 7s 4d; juarcn. la oa.
CORN Spot, steady; American mixea,
6s Id; futures dull; October, 6s; January.
6s 8V4d.
Minneapolis Grsla Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Sept. 81. WH BAT
September. 31.02V; December. 103c;
May, S107c; No. 1 hard. $1.06; No. 1
northern, Sl.OSttj'lotT ; No. 2 northern,
wMjSl-OzTs; No- VWe.
Onaka Prodneo Market.
BUTTE R Creamery, 25c; packing
Stock, lTVfco.
FAIGS No. 1. 19c; No. t, 12c.
POULTRY Broilers, 13c; springs, 9Vc;
hens. 9Vc; ducks, 10c; geese, sc.
Onaka Hay Market.
OMAHA, Sept. 2L HAY No. 1. 312 00;
No. 2. 811-00; coarse, 810.60; packing stock,
S7.0CVn9.00; alfalfa, 31300. Straw: Wheat.
M.Vtoo.OO; rye and oata, 35.6Ot4-6.00.
Peoria Market.
PEORIA. Sept. 21. CORN H Inner; No.
3 yellow. 67c: No. 3 yellow, 7c; No. V
yellow, 66c: No. 3 mixed. 67c.
OATS Hlglier; standard, 44c; No. 3
white. 43VC.J
Bank t'learlngfa.
OMAHA. Sept. 21. Bank clearings for
(today were S2.s71.9vo.M and for the corre
sponding day Ust year Siatu.lUSH
Ijaaalle Topper
Miami Copper
It Mohawk 17
62 Nevada Con It
ttNlpleslnc Mines .. 7
M North Butts ....... 12
4 North Lake 4
itaciia dominion ...... bi
48 Osceola 32
Parrott (S. A C).. I
I Qulnry 61
60 Shannon 7
t Superior tt
t Superior A Boston, t
1 Tamarack It
i V. 8. 8. R. A M. tl
4 Se pfd 44
11 Utah Cos 11
3 I tan Copper 40
14 Winona 4
3 Wolverine tt
17
Xfw York Mlnlnsr Stocks.
NEW YORK. Sept. 21. Closing quota
tions on the Mining exchanKe:
Alice 169 Little Chief
Mexican
Ophir
Ontario
standard ....
Yellow Jacket
New York Money Mnrket.
NEW YORK, Sept. 21. MON EY On
call, steady; 2tfi2' per cent: ruling rate
2 per cent; dotting bid 2 per cent; of
fered st 2 per cent.
TIM K IaiANS Bteady; sixty days. 3'41f
3V per cent; ninety days. 8Vj3 per
cent; six montns, 4 per cent.
PRIM h, MERCANTILE PAPER 4
per rent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm, with
actual business in bankers' bills at S4.e325
for sixty day bills and at 34 R'i4.Mo for
demand. Commercial bills, S4.82
SILVER 62c: Mexican dollars. 45c.
1K)N1S Government, steady; railroad.
wees.
Quotations on bonds todsy were as fol
lows:
V. 8. ref. ts. reg looInt. Met. 4 77
do ts, coupon loo Japan 4s 66
do Is. reg
do ta, eousoa....
do 4a, reg
do 4a, Coupon....
Allla-Chal. let Is
A mer. Ag. ta
A. T. A T. c
Art. Teh. 4a.
do Is
101 do 4s 14
.10IK. C. S lat 3s.... 74
,1131a US. deb. 4a (1831) J
.113 L. A N. un 4a f
. WJH.. p.. St T. lat 4S.. ST
. ..HX) do gen. 4a 84
4a.n mo. rac. as 76
... 8N. R. of M. 4".. 82
ll M. T. 17. gen. IS 87
Armour A ti. 4a. 82 do deb,
Atchison gen. 4a.. N. Y. N
do c. 4a li4 ct. ta ..,
do cv. 6a 106 N. A W.
At. C. L. 1st 4s.. 6 do cv. ta
B. A O. 4a 88 No. Paclfle
do 3s tl do 3s
w.
4a 18
tl. A ta,
..l?t
. 4.... 7
ins
. tt
. ts
da 8. W. Is.... 8V0. 8. L. rfde. 4s tl
Itr. T. rv. 4a 83penn. cv. Is (1115)
C. of Oa. 6a 106 do eon. 4s 101
(-antral Leather ta.. Vt. Reading gen. 4s .... t;
or n. J. g. 6e..ui 8t. u A 8. v. I. 4s 7
C. A O. 4s ...;1'H do gen. ta M
do ref. ts 2Sl. L. 8. W. eon. 4s it
C. A A. Is .... t do lat gold 4a.. tl
C B. A Q. j. 4a 15 Seaboard A. L. 4a.. 74
do gen. 4s tn So. Pac. col. 4s.... tl
C. M. A 8. P. ( 3 l! do cv. 4s t
C. R. I. A P. o. 4s 70 do let r. 4s 44
do rfg. 4s 8 Bo. Ry. 6s 106
Colo, lnd. 6s 74 do gen. 4a 7n
Colo. Midland 4a ... so Vnlon Pacific 4a ,.loo
st s.r. at s. 4s.. pt , no cr. fts 101
D. A H. cv. 4a,
P. A R. O. 4s,
do ref 6s
Distillers' 6s
trie pr. 1. 4s...
do gen. 4s
do cv. 4s ser. A,
do ser. B
lien. Elec. or. 4a. 161
L C. lat r. 4s.... 84
In.-M.
Bid.
M. 4a....
Offered.
47 do lat A T. 4a.. ta
II P. 8. Rubber te..,.ln3
tt V. 8. Steel td-6s... toil
71 Vs.-Csr. Che-n. ts 98
86 Wabaan let 6s 107
76 do lat A s. 4s.. 68
82 West. Md. 4S ...... 88
76Wcat. Elec. cv. 6a 11
-wis central 4s.... 93
Mo. 'Pacific cv. 6a. 86
44 Panama ts
.102
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
BUTTER No. 1, 1-lb. carton, 23c; No.
1 In 60-lb. tubs, 27c; No. 2, 25o; packing.
16Vc.
CHEESE Imported Swiss, 82c; Ameri
can Swiss, 22c; block Swiss, 18c; twins,
16c; triplets, 16Hc; daisies, 16Vc; young
America, 18c; blue label brick, lttVic; lim
burger, 2-lb., 18c; tlmburger, 1-lb., 19c.
POULTRY Broilers, 18c; springs, 13c;
hens, 13c; cocks, 9c; ducks, 16c; geese.
16c; turkeys, 25c; pigeons, per dog., J1.60.
Alive: Broilers, li'jc; bens, vvc; old
roosters and stags, 6c; old ducks, full
feathered, 10c; geese full feathered, 10c;
turkeys, 18c i guinea" fowls, 15c, each;
pigeons, per dos., 76c; homers, per dos-,
S2.60; squabs. No. 1, 31.60; No. 2, 60c ,
uis ii Pickerel, lie; white, wc: pike.
15c; trout, 15c; large crapples, lkiilHo;
Spanish mackerel, 19c; eel, lsc; haddock,
13c; flounders, 12c; green catfish, 16c;
roe shad, 31.00 each; shad roe, per pair.
50c; salmon, 13c; halibut, 9c; yellow perch,
sc; outiaio, ec: DUiineaas, ltc.
BEEF CUTS Ribs: No. 1, 17V&C;
No. 2. 13Vic: No. 8. 8Vc. Loins:
14c; No. 3, 9c. Chuck: No. 1, ?c; No.
2. 6c; No. 8. 6c. Round. No. L 11c: No.
2, 8c; No. 3, 7c. plate: No, 1, 6c; No.
2, 4-fec; No. 3, 4c
FRUITS Annies. Wealthy, ner bid.. '
$2. 753.20; per bu. bsk., 31.00. Bananas,
fancy select. Per bunch. 32. 25ft 2.50: Jumbo.
bunch, 82.75(3. 7a. Cuntaloupe, Colorado,
standard, 45 count, 32.00 per crate; pony
crate, 31.75; Colorado Osage,- 12 -site, per
crate, ti.uu. .ranoerries, early black.
per bbl.. 37.60: Per box. 82.75. Dates.
Anchur brand, new, 30 1-lb. pkgs.. In
boxes, per box, 32.00. Grapes, Michigan
Concords, per 7-lb. bsk., 18c; California
Malagas, per 4-bsk. crate, 81.25. Lemons,
Llmuneira brand, extra fancy, 300-300
sizes, 60o per box less. Oranges, Niagara
xtedianas, vaiencias. 96-126 sixes, per box,
34.25; 15O-176-2O0-216-2M sixes, per box. 84.75.
Peaches, California and Washington, - per
box. 60c. Plums. California, larne i-ed
varieties, per crate, 31-75. Prunes. Italian.
per 4-bsk. crate, 31.20. Pears, California
Bartletts, per 50-lb. box, 32.25; lots of 10
boxes or iiiuaoV Per box. 32.1b: California
tt. iiarays. per dox( tzuu.
VEG1CTABLES Beans, etrlns: and wax.
per mkt. bsk.. 90c. Cabbase. Wisconsin,
per lb.. 2V4c. Celery. Michigan, per dos..
sue; uoiorauo j umoo, per aos.. btcs uucum
tiers, home Krowns. per dos.. doo. Kue
plant, fancy Florida, per dox.. 31.60. Gar
lic, extra xancy wane, per id., lie. j,ei-
tuce, extra lancy leal, ner dot.. 40c.
Onions, home grown, white, per crate,
31.75; yellow, per crate, 31.60; red . globe,
per lb., 2c: California, yellow. In sacks,
per ilb., 2 Vic; Spanish, ner crate, 31.75.
Parsley, fancy home grown, per dos.
bunches. , 4oc. Potatoes. Minnesota, per
Dti., 91.15. eweet potatoes. Virginia, per
bbl., 84.50; per bu. bsk.. 31.60. Tomatoes,
home arown. per mkt. bsk.. 25e.
MISCELLANEOUS Almonds. California
soft shell, per lb.. 20c: In sack lots, lc
less.- Brazil nuts, per lb.. 13c: In sack lots,
lc less. Cocoanuts, per sack. 35.00. Fil
berts, per lb.. 14c: In sack lots, lo less.
Peanuts, roasted, per lb.. 8V4c: raw, per
lb., 7c. Pecans, larsre. per ib., 16c; In
sack lota, lc less. Walnuts. California,
per lb., 19c; in. sack lots, lo less. Honey,
new, 24 frames. 33.76.
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Less Activity Noted in the Cattf
-Selling; Division.
HOGS STEADY TO FIVE LOWER
Llafct Reeelpts of "beep ansl loans ha
and Prloes on Prnetlenlly All
Kinds Contlnno Jnat
Abont steady.
SOUTH OMAHA. Sept. 21. 1911.
Receipts were:
Official Monday ....
Official Tuesday ...
Official Wednesday
Estimate Thursday
Cattle. Hoc. Sheep.
.11. KB
. 7.25
. 6,KM
. 8,200
Four days this week.2S.P71
Same days last Week.. 28. 7.13
Same days 2 weeks ago 27,443
Same days 3 weeks ago 2:1.914
Same days 4 weeks ago 2ii,7M
Same days last year. ..40,68
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date compared with Iaat
year: 191), laio. Inc Dec.
Cattle 79,708 $24,905 35,197
Hogs 1, S.,748 1.624,009 231.139
Sheep 1.6M.291 1,641.223 43,608
The following table snows the average
prices for hogx at South Omaha for ths
last several days, with comparisons:
1 931 42.0(9
6 Stfl 40.S:
6,;!i2 27,fi4
6,500 15,000
20.M 125.M1
l.55 171.265
10,351 1.11, b 14
21,879 121,830
2o,101 75.'i5
16,770 1J0.642
Dates. I 1911. 1910.1909.190S.1907. 1906. 11906.
Bept. Ill 7 (8
Sept. 12 6 91 Wl 9 27
Sept. 13 6 84Sj 9 15 7 93
"T I' ... 1 its e oni o w
Sept. 161 6 8OV1 8 So 8 Obi
Sept. 17 1 j 3 9J 8 lo
acpu itsj e ei ( a 14
Sept 191 6 70 I 8 921 I
Sept. 20.1 b tU-tsI i 8 17;
Sept. 21. j 6 61l 8 47 8 121
7 S3 66 6 841 5 87 6 86
6 ill c 0 W a ao
D ail 6 00 5 21
6 90i 6 09,
6 84 6 90
MM 6 b4i f 11
6 s2 5 7 6 0
6 63 6 6 VII
1 6 731 6 0t!
6 87j 6 M 6 12
5 14
6 29
e
6 s:
6 33
6 39
6 30
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Union stock yards. South Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. m.
yesterday:
RECEIPTS CARLOADS.
Cattle. Hots. BheeD.H'r'a.
c -Al. & tst. P 4
Mo. Pac 1
Union Pacific 17
C.N, W 4
O. & N. W.. west... 64
U. St. P. M. & O.... 4
C. B. at Q., east.... 6
C. B. A Q., west ... 24
C. R. I. evP., east.. 6
C. R, 1. & P., WBBt. ..
Illinois Central 2
C. O. W l
Total receipts 131
1
17 9 8
3
20 16 1
1
4
21 29
7
2 1..
6
1
86 55 , 6
Omaha Packing Co.!
Swift & Co
Cudaliy Packing Co.
& Co
Cattle.
... 130
... 715
... 829
... 617
Hogs. Sheep,
mate placed the run at a chort ninety
loads.
If anything, price euTettds Were a little
wider than rewnlly, ihe low ctoee being
largely reonsilile. Hist bulk dropped to
86 66fis.66 and best bacon hots on said
landed at tri SO, a top that Is Identical
with yesterday's hlKh price. Final clear
ance was not complete until well alone
toward sioon.
Irepreaentative sales:
No.
20
It
tl
44
63
14
48
46
61
66
61
60
68
65
64
78
43
66
6S
64
66
31
8
Ct
6..:..
61
72
74
17
14
78
4
41
60
68
83
82
40
Sn
17......
80
40
40
A.
Hi
,.2l
,.303
.581
.303
,.84
,.37
..171
,.27
..313
,.141
..3.10
,04
.293
.281
.211
,.288
.30
.8i3
.261
.248
.221
.260
,.271
.284
,.t
.241
,.263
.243
.298
.212
.268
.2b
.243
,20
,.17
.288
.304
.t.st
, .2:0
.243
.2S8
h. Pr.
40 t to
40N I 66
I 61
80
120
40
1M
m
11-9
44
!0
121
too
'40
80
120
120
40
80
180
ln
to
180
80
t 66
t 16
I 66
I 6i
I 66
I 61
t 66
t 63
I 61
I 17
I 67
I 80
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4 42
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Dry Good Market.
NEW YORK, Sept. 21. The cotton goods
markets are quieter In consequence of
the unsettled position of the cotton mar
kets. Jobbers and retailers are doing a
substantially better trade than they were
month ago. yarns are moderately
steady, with trading light. Women's coat
ings are in good demand from the cut-
ling iraae.
'Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. Sept. 21. COTTON Spot
closed quiet, 5 points lower; middling up
lands. 11.15c; middling gulf, 11.40c. No
sales.
Futures closed very steady. Closing
bids: September, 10.88c; October, 10.77c;
November, 10.74c; December, 10.84c; Janu
ary, 10.81c: February, 10.83c; March, 10.93c;
April, 10.94c; May, 11.03c; July, 11.01c.
iMIlnsnkee Grain Mnrket.
MILWAUKEE, Sept. 21. WHEAT-No.
northern. 8102-81.05; No. 8 northern. 9sc
tt 31.02; No. 2 hard winter, 94&97c; Decem
ber, 96c; May, L01tV
oath standard, 46iitito.
BARLEY ll.12fcl.20.
Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 21. WOOL Steady,
territory and western mediums. 17(i20c;
fine mediums, 174ilic; fine, ll&l5c.
Armour
Murphy
Cudahy from Denver., 49
Morrell 27
Baker, Jones & Smith.. 10
W. B. Vansant Co 48
Benton Vansant & L. . 77
Hill A Son 151
F. B. Lewis 155
J. R. Root A Co....;.... 195
J. II. Bulla 86
L. H. Huss 46
L. Wolf 191
McCreary & Carey 103
8. Werthelmer 28
H. F. Hamilton 47
M. Hagerty 28
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co 169
Cllne & Christy 37
Other buyers 721
811
1.462
l,40u
1.551
130
1.378
611
3,361
9.610
Totals 4,348 6.359 14,866
CATTLE Cattle receipts were fair for
a Thursday, although light compared
with earlier In the week, 127 cars being
reported In. Included In the receipts to-
fay was a bunch of the best cornfed cat
le seen In the yards in a long time.
The demand fur beef steers, while not
so urtcent as on other days this week.
was fair and the market remained about
steady with yesterday. Still there was
not so much activity and in spots pos
sibly the feeling was a little weaker.
Cows and hollers were decidedly slow
compared to what they have been all
the week. At the same time the feeling
was not strong so that the trade as a
whole would have to be described aa
slow, weak to as much as fcttlOc lower
In spots.
The supply' of stock cattle and feeders
was Very small and there was no ma
terial change in prices on that kind of
cattle.
quotations on native cattle: Good to
choice beef steers, J7.2ofc7.76; fair to good
beef steers, SU50fc7.g6; common to fair
beef steers, 34.5(i46.0; good to choice heif
ers, 35.005.80; good to choice cows 4. 50
tj-6.00; fair to good cows, f3.75fc-4.60; com
mon to lair cows, S2.aOfc3.76; veal calves,
J3.60fc7.75. .
quotations on range cattle: Good to
choice beef steers, S5.60fc6.60-; fair to good
beef steers, t5.oufc&.60; common to fair
beef steers, 34.2ofco.OO; good to choice
heifers, 34.80fc5.26; good to choice cows,
I4.4tifco.l0; fair to good cows, 33.76fc4.4v,
gooa to cnoice stocsers ana leeaers, to.oo
fc6.00; fair to good Blockers and feeders,
V4.&fco.taj; common to fair stockers snd
leeoers. S3.50fc4.26; stock heifers, 33.26it
4.40; bulls, stags, etc., S3.25fc5.00.
Representative sales:
lifc-r. o 1 fc.fc.K3.
Cometnrk T. stock It
rNtmstock T . bonds IT
Cos. Cat. A Vs.. SO
Leadrllls Cos 10
Iron Silver to
Horn Sliver It
Offered.
... 4
...326
...184
...KM)
...100
... it '
London Stock Mnrket.
LONDON, Sept. 21. American securities
opened steady and slightly higher today.
Later the market moved Irregularly.
Canadian Paclfio and United States Steel
preferred were easy on realizing. At
noon prices ranged from Vi above to
below yesterday's New York closing.
London closing stock quotations:
Consols, money ..II 11-14 Louisville A Nsah.,141
leia-iaMo.. nan. at itx., g'J
... 64 New Turk Central. .ll'l
... I Norfolk A Weslern.PXI
....106 do pfd to
104 Ontario A Western. 31
account
wmal. Copper
Anaresda
AP'hlaoa
do pfd
Baltimore A Ohio.. taPeunayivaala
Canadian Pacific ..2.12 Hand Mines .
Chesapeake A Ohio 72 Reading
Chi. Oreat W eater a 17 boulhara Ky
Chi.. Mil. A St. P.114 pta
Judge Grosscup
Ties a String to
His Resignation
CHICAGO, Sept. 21. United States
Judge Peter 8. Grosscup today fig
uratively tied a string to his forthcoming
resignation from the bench by declaring
that If any interest, organisation, or in
dividual is now Investigating his record
nd wants further time to cloud his
nineteen year of public service by in
timating he Is retiring under pressure, he
will not tender his resignation to Presi
dent Taft October 3, as he yesterday an
nounced he would do. . ,
"If any responsible magaxtne says It
has an article about me Intended for
publication; if sny responsible govern
ment official says a government investi
gation of me Is pending, I will not resign
and full opportunity will be given any
of these to come forward and present
the matter so that I can meet It
circuit court Judge and not as an
dividual." !
as a
in-
I
17 Southern Paclfio
.. 21 union racinc ....
.. 47 .da pfd
.. 3tU. 8. Steel
..It do pfd
,. 43 Waueah
.. 14 de pfd
..it
steady at 24 lad
De Beere
peaver-A HI O
da pfd
rle
do lat pfd
do Id ptd
Grand Trunk ...
Illinois Central
mILVER Bar, steady at 24ld per
ounce.
MONEY 3 per cent.
The rale of dUcouut la ths open mar-
41
... I
... 11
... 87.
... 8.. I
...P
...lt.1
... 83
,-. 43
...110
... II
... 34
Girl Victim of Tar
Party Asks Damages
TOPEKA, Kan.. 8ept. 21. Miss Mary
Chamberlain, the victim of the Shady
Bend, Kan., "tar party." today employed
an attorney of this city to bring fifteen
damage suits against the men and boys
who attacked her .-end covered her body
with ta.-. Some of the men who were In
the "tar party" are wealthy and heavy
damages may be obtained -from them.
F. D. Coburn, secretary of ths Stats
Board of Agriculture, who recently
started a fund to assist Miss .Chamber
lain In prosecuting her assailants.
No.
47...
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t.
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103
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. 161
, 116
164
lit
Pr. No.
7 M
COWS.
t 66 10
t 00 3
I 06 6
t 30 4
ttElFfc.KS.
I 40 10
t 7t 14
I 76 t
I 60 17
4 00
CALVES.
176 Li-....
t 00 1
4 6 1
7 IM
Av. Pr.
PIGS ODDS AND ENDS. .
It Ill . t 62
SHEEP Character of sheep and lamb
supply took a peculiar turn, bulk of
fresh offerings being feeder ewes. In
slxe the run waa only moderate, amount
ing to about 16,000 head In all. This esti
mate gives a four day's total of right
around 124,000 "head, an aggregate' mar
keting that lends emphasis to belief that
receipts are at ebbtide. At any rate, all
reports from the west Indicate an absence
of recent heavy supplies from this time
on and It Is very probable that last
week's total will stand as a high record,
for the season. Percentage of feeders In
today's offerings was estimated at fully
seven-tenths, or about 10.500 head.
Anything good In the way of fat
stock met with a healthy demand front
packers and started out at generally '
steady prices. Choice lambs. Identical
with the 35.76 article yesterday, proved
"repeaters" and Rood classes ranted at
35.50 and less. Strings that moved below
the 35.25 mark drew some little com
pensation from country buyers and were
usually seconds of more or less doubtful
dressing promise.
Desirable fat sheep showed no changes
worth mentioning, getting steady bids In
most cases. Classy ewes are quotable
up to 33.75 and prime, handy wethers
would bring 34-00 without much selling
effort. Toppy yearlings were scarce, but
some inquiry was heard at and near
34.26, indicating a limit of about 34.40.
Demand had plenty of tone and move
ment was fairly active.
Feeders failed to show as muoh life
as recently, but this phase of the market
was generally credited- to usual week
end contraction in demand rathern than
a permanent decrease In country orders.
Firm prices were paid for the ordinary
run of stuff and business was by no
means dull or sluggish. The better kinds
ot ewes sold around 32.65fc2.80 and
weighty, thrifty lambs brought 35.10 and
better. According to packers' tab, yester
day's feeder purchase amounted to 17,000,
making a three days' buy of 71,000 head.
' As compared with prices at last week's
clone, current trade In fat lambs shows
a net gain of about a quarter, while fat
sheep are, selling all the way from a dime
to . a quarter higher. Feeder classes,
barring ewes, have scored 16fc25c adv
ances, thin ewes ruling Just about steady
throughout.
Quotations on Sheep and Lambs
Lambs, good to choice, S5.4ufca.76; lambs,
fair to.good.S5.10fi-5.40; lambs, culls, S4.o6
fc4.90; lambs, feeders, S4.40rc;x.20; year
linga, good to choice, S3.Rr(i4.40; year
lings, feed ees, 33.60fc4.16; wethers, handy,
S3.65fc4.(IO; wethers, heavy, S3.60fc3.85;
wethers, feeders, 33.25fc3.6o; ewes, good to
choice, S3.40fc3.75; ewes, fair to good, 33 00
fa 3.40; ewes, breeders, - S3.25fc4.u0 ewes,
feeders, -S2.25fc2.90; ewes, culls, 31.502.85.
Representative sales:
No. Av.
567 Nevada lambs 7
658 Nevada lambs feeders....... 64
1,016 Wyoming lambs, feeders... 52
318 Wyoming lambs, fdrs., culls 41
2,308 Wyoming lambs, feeders.. 69
75 native lambs, feeders'. 63
146 Wyoming yearlings feeders,. 76
it Wyoming wetners 1W
. 150
. t8t
. 840
.1096
. 764
. IS!
. 781
. 784
184
ISO
334
3 40
I 40
I 60
4 64
4 10
4 10
4 U
4 64
7 71
7 71
I 04
blUt ii.fc.Ur AND FEEDUHS.
670
626
67
714
177
641
I 60
4 14
4 10
4 10
4 10
4 26
t.
t.
34
36
16
700
, 477
, 717
741
, 764
4 18
4 40
4 60
4 60
4 t
No.
13 feeders
W leeders
11 cows...
10 cows...
26 feeders,
12 cows...
13 calves.,
24 cows. ..
C.
16 steers
WESTERNS NEBRASKA.
A v. pr. iNo. A v.
. lit)
.1136
. Hot)
,.1033
. 968
. 646
. 2a)
.1007
4 65
4 76
8 40
4 15
606
3 60
6 76
4 35
9 cs.&hfrs 853
75 feeders.. 9i9
11 cows....
11 cows....
23 heifers..,
23 heifers..,
18 heifers..
714
970
592
610
R. Lacomer Nebraska.
1276 6 66 8 cows 10o3
J. F. Kellar Nebraska.
17 heifers... 741 8 75 18 feeders.. 698
10 stockers. 670 4 70
J. Gllg Nebraska.
24 feeders.. 920 4 80 17 heifers... 7S5
cows 936 3 60
- Jayem C. Co. Nebraska.
40 stockers. 812 4 75 6 cows 978
10 heifers... fc'.'o 4 36 39 feeders.. 1126
40 steers.. ..1271 6 50 . 64 steers. ...1060
8 feeders.. 1126 4 75
WYOMING.
irmixed...lU8 6 00 11 cows 920
25 steers. ...1009 6 15 19 towi 91)1
30 cows 8ii3 3 85 41 cows 868
56 cows 945 4 40 30 feeders.. 653
13 cows 8M) 4 30 41 feeders.. 718
14 cows 940 4 40 81 feeders.. 714
30 feeders.. 656 4 70 17 steers.. ..10o4
12 steers.. ..1137 4 85 3ii feeders.. 90
F. Lacey Wyoming.
18 steers.. ..1140 6 80
W. W. Snyder W'yomlng.
21 steers.. ..1187 6 6S 10 cows 945
13 cows 9t6 4 50 7 steers. ...Ua2
I. C. Miller Wyoming.
99 feeders.. 1039 6 25 168 steers. ..1113
47 cows IW 1 60 25 cows 970
Meows 1042 4 65 39 calves... 205
42 calves... 313 6 60
Ed McGee Wyoming.
16 steers.. ..1103 6 25 12 cows 396
cs.&hfrs 937 4 CO
MONTANA.
1 steers... .1716 6 20 3 steers.. ..1343
20
6 20
6 30
4 50
6 60
4 60
6 00
Pr.
4 26
6 00
4 15
4 65
3 90
4 00
4 30
4 75
6 00
3 70
4 75
8 40
(16
4 40
4 10
3 60
4 66
4 66
4 65
6 00
4 70
3 75
4 70
6 25
4 00
26
3 65
100 native ewes, feeders 87
4!i Wyoming ewes, feeders 87
256 Wyoming ewes, feeders 88
246 Wyoming ewes, feeders 83
86 Wyoming ewes, fdrs., culls.. S3
887 Wyoming wethers, feeders.. 87
45 Wyoming wethers, feeders.. 87
403 Wyoming wethers 92
32 Wyoming yearlings 67
2h6 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 67
145 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 62
98 Idaho lambs, feeders 70
100 Idaho ewes 110
418 Wyoming ewes 103
99 Idaho lambs 69
469 Idaho lambs 75
1,650 Utah lambs, feeders 62
109 Utah lambs, feeders 63
133 Utah lambs, feeders, culls.. 55
410 Wyoming lambs, feeders..., 66
865 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 69
193 Utah ewes 119
46 Wyoming ewes 97
221 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 66
eti Wyoming lambs 62
148 Wyoming lambs 63
643 Utah lambs 68
663 Utah lambs 71
827 Wyoming yearlings 87
263 Wyoming wethers..., 116
90 Utah ewes, feeders 106
31 Wyoming ewes and yrlgs.. 88
230 Wyoming eyes, fdrs 90
188 Wyoming ewes, feeders.... 92
124 Wyoming ewes, feeders 92
633 Wyoming ewes, feeders 87
175 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 58
174 Wyoming lambs, fdrs., culls 43
166 Wyoming lambs, fdrs., culls 48
93 Wyoming ewes 98
li Wyoming ewes 99
66 Wyomina ewes, culls 82
IM) Wyoming weths. and ewes. 104
267 Idaho lambs, feeders
1,216 Idaho lambs 69
145 Wyomins; lambs, feeders... 59
673 Wyoming lambs, feeders... M
139 Wyoming lambs, feeders... 67
179 Wyomlnur lambs, fdrs.. culls 42
850 Wyoming lambs, feeders.., 67
350 Wyoming lambs, feeders... 6s
359 Wyoming lambs, feeders... 67
Pr.
6 70
6 10
6 05
4 25
6 80
6 00
4 30
8 76
2 40
2 75
2 75
2 25
2 26
8 65
8 56
3 80
4 26
6 15
4 60
5 00
3 60
3 65
5 60
6 60
6 15
6 00
4 60
6 15
6 15
3 60
3 66
6 00
6 66
6 60
6 60
6 75
4 30
4 00
2 80
3 75
2 70
2 85
2 85
2 85
6 15
4 76
4 76
3 20
3 40
1 75
3 60
6 25
6 75
6 15
6 15
6 ID
4 60
5 15
5 15
5 la
St. Joseph Live Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Sent. 21. CATTT.EZ
Receipts. 2,000; market, slow; steers. Sl ot
&7.60; cows und hellers. S.'.8otiT.0O: calves.
S3.7i.fc 8 00.
HOGS Receipts. 4.000 head: mnrket
steady to 6c lower: top. S6.76: bulk of
sales, 36 -43fcti.6R.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Recelms turn
head; market, steady to strum:: lamlm
36.UOfc4i.0O.
28 steers. ...1353
39 steers.. ..1243
steers.. ..13h3
8 cows IP
37 steers. ..VH72
19 cows 1044)
steers.. ..1010
6 steers..
6 steers.
2 cows..
14 cows.
,.1306
,.1160
. S96
1073
24 steers. ...l?a)
16 rows 1141
36 feeders.. 1035
30
30
6 35
4 60
4 70
8 00
4 50
t 25
HOGS Packers tried to give hog trade
another shove downward, but their ef
forts were only partly successful. It wan
a steady, slow market early, becoming
easier and closing lower. Sales made late
in the session and at the finish showed
big nickel declines, but the break In
volved only a dusen or fifteen loads.
Movement proved very quiet from start
to finish and sellers usually railed it a
near trade, the description being short,
but expressive.
Size of supply had no visible Influence
upon the tone to the demand as cheap
ening cost reKsrdless of receipts' vo.uiue
seems to be u mailer of principle with
buyers at present. Shippers sppporled
the market In feeble fashion, buying only
eight or nine loads in all. Better quail. y
was favored O S outside orders, of course,
but limited variety did not permit of a
very wids selection. Chute house esll-
ARRIVALS OF HOGS STEADY
Killings not Little la Excess of Pre.
Vlous Week Average Weight
Mkoavs Decrease.
CINCINNATI, O., Bepjf .-(Speclal
Telegram. )-rPrice Current says: Market
ing of hogs was maintained as to num
bers, but the killing for the week were
little in excess ot the preceding Week.
Average weights appear to be declining
to some extent. Total western slaugh.
terlng, 380,000 hogs, compared with Stf.OO)
preceding week and 345,000 two weeks ago;
For corresponding time last year 296,000
and two years ago 845,000. From Marvii
1, total, 14,440,000 against 11,020,000 a year
ago an Increase of 3,420,000 hogs. Total
two years ago, 12.836,000. Prominent places
compare as follows:
March 1 to Sept. 20,
Clili aso
Kansas Cl(y
South Omaha
St. Louis ......
St. Joseph
Indianapolis ..
Milwaukee ....
Cincinnati ....
Oltumwa, la. .
Cedar Rapids,
Sioux 4'liy, la.
St. Paul, Minn.
Cleveland. O.. .
Ia.
1911
3,010,000
1,9.5.000
1.3uu,tJ0
1,410,018)
1.030,000
74O.IIU0
647. Ouo
tHI.OO
2lK.OU0
216,000
6'.i0,tiu
460.01 a)
3Al,0U0
mil
2.276.000
1.1MI.0U0
9Mi,taa
975.0U0
7O0.0')
677.0UO
.9,0U0 '
fcil.tna)
217,000
- IM.UjO
6.3,OUO
246,otr)
30e.0U0
Connors l eaves Slate
AIJ4ANY. N. Y.,
Cosinlttee,
Pent. II. William I
Connors of Buffalo, former chairman of
tho demociutt lo state committee, has
resigned his membership on the com
mittee lo take effect immediate!.
Persistent advertising
Big Returns.
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