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THE TflSK: OMAHA, KAITRTUY, JANUARY 18, 1913.
13 GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Upturn in Wheat Was Too Rapid for Practical Results. LONGS ON CORN ARE SELLING Ilnyer llnrc neen Killed Up nnd Are n Little Tlnilil Aliont AdvUlnir Pnrchnaera, Kxeept on n Further Ilrcnk. OMAHA, Jan. 17, 1913. The upturn In wheat yesterday was en 1 1 rely too rapid when conditions surround, ing the market were carefully welched. The strength shown In wheat Wednesday was brought about by reports of n bull ish character, and they were found later to bo without foundation. The reported taking of a round lot of durum wheat at Uuluth was not only denied, hut the larg est houses In the trade ither- said cash wheat was dull, not only Tor the present, but for future delivery. The big flour sales reported on Wednesday-were also denied by northwestern authorities, and the result that receipts at the leading: markets In the spring wheat country wt.ro to show a material railing off were Wtn out foundation ns well. The big cash s!V.es. f wlllllt reported at Uuluth were ited down to a single cargo yesterday, and It was learned that this Wheat wan located at Buffalo Instead of at the north western market. These conditions helped to change sentiment, which was bearish at the close last night. Thoy also assisted Hi the selling by longs, no well as the put ting out of short lines on a liberal scale. There were other helps on the bear side or wheat, and they, too, were of a telling character. The leading of these was pr jb ably tho peace tulk from abroad and the general falling off In the cash trade in H tho markctes of the country. A mes sage from Minneapolis said thut tho rais ing of an emburgo by tho Great Northern and Pacific railways on Minneapolis wheat, .together with a world of wheat to arrive during the last few days, u r,esu,t ,n 'ansely increased receipts at the big northwestern markets. Cash wheat W-?c lower. Com traders said after the close that the leading longs had been selling during the greater part of the day, which filled buyers up and made them rather timid about advising purchases except on a further break, Tho failure of a break to bring In a good cash and export demand also had considerable Influence. Cash corn unchanged to lo lower. The fact was Hirnln riiminnMtrntoH Vp. terdny thot somo one In the oats tradti Is willing to secure profits every time urn puces snow signs or. narucmng. Cash oats Uo lower. Clearances ot wheat nnd flour were 472.0X) bu.; corn, 455,000 bu. Wheat at Liverpool closed unchanged to 4d. lower; torn, unchanged to ,d iuwer. Trlmary wheat receipts were 070.000 bu. and shipments 624,001) bu., ngulnst receipts oc tob.vw du. ana snipments ot ztz.wo bu. last year. Primary corn receipts wcro 1,396,000 bu, and shipments 1.003.000 bu.. against re ceipts of D13.000 bu. and shipments of bii.ouu du. lust year. Primary oats receipts were KiO.000 bu. nnd shipments C'2,000 bu., against receipts ot 336,000 bu. and shipments of 279,000 bu last year. Tho following cash sales were reported today: Wheat, No. 2 hard winter, 4 cars .Vi'.ic, 3 cars fc6c, No. 3 spring, - cars 84c; No. 4 spring. 1 car i-2,ic, 1 car 82c; No. 3 mixed, 1V4 cars 85',ic, 1 car Slic; No. 2 durum, 1 car bo'.bc No. 3 dnrum, 1 car M'ic, u-car 84&c. Oats: Standard, 3 cars iKc; No. a white, 5 cars 32-Jic; No. 4 white, f. cars 32Uc: no grade. 1 car 3H4c. Corn; No. 3 white, 3 ears 46Vfcc. 2 cars Wtc, 1 car iiic; No. I white, l car 46c; No. 3 color, a cars 45ic; No. 3 yellow, 10 cars UVjC, 1 car 41J4o; No. 1 yellow, 2 cars 41c, 1 cur 430ic i car 43Vtc, 1 cur 43c; No. 3 mixed. - cars 44140, 10 cars 4IVie, 2 curs 41c; no grade, 1 car 42'6c, 1 car (po6r) 37c. Jlye: No. S, 1 tar 60c. Onmlm Cualt Prices. WHHAT-No. 2 hard, 83HfrS7!c; No. 3 hard, S48St;i4c; No. 4 hard, 79S5ic; No. 3 spring, S3H4iSlc; No. 4 spring. 80(Q.S3c. OATS No. 2 white, 33&33V4c; standard, 22Xa33c; No. 3 white, 32H&33)4c; No. 4 white. 324f32',ic. UA11LI3Y Malting, KHQ63c; No. 1 feed, 41VsM7c. CORN No. 3, white, 46&40!,4c; No. 4 white, 45V4(ff4Gc; No. 3 color, 45V4046c; No. 3 yellow, ii'HWAc; No. 4 yellow, 43 41c; No 3. liQllttc: No. 4, 43QMc; no grade. S7U4c. . HYB No. s. 6O3O0',ic; NO. 3, Wr30. Cnrlot Heeelpta. Wheat. Corn. Oats. Chicago 112 687 1.0 Omaha M l&S J7 Minneapolis 185 uiiiuin iv Kansas City S9 . St. Louis S5 57 141 Winnipeg 374 CHICAGO OKA IN ANdImIMVISIONS Feature of the Trading nnd Closing Prices on Hoard of Trade. CHICAGO. Jan. 17 Local grain mar- kots declined again today, while provi sions gained slightly. At Its best today wheat was nearly a cent under yesterdays top nnd generally ruled under previous close. i-rices slumped heavily on moisture In tho winter wheat country, indifference caoies, an easy spot market and a private estimate that Argentine will have IGO.OuO.OOO bushels to export to Kurope. Exports from tnnt country continue on a hugs scale. The northwest froely offered to nrlvc here nt the opening of navigation at Vic under May. Corn wa9 weak all day. save for an up ward flurry In sympathy with tho abnr- tlvo bulge In wheat. May declined HBHc under yesterday on tho heavy receipts aiid on a flat cash market. .To the welgnt oi long corn previously dumped Into the pit were added short sales, weakness in southwestern markets, whero owners were reported as attempting to unload, also was a factor In the local weakness. The decline In oats was due to the In fluence of other grains nnd weakness of the spot market. A recent leading bull sold heavily. Provisions again advanced on the light run of hogs, gaining 2V4c to 7ic. Tne leading futures ciosea ns ronows: NEW YORK J.T0GK MARKET Another Wave of Depression Sweeps Over the Exchange. SMART RALLY LATE IN SESSION Ctmalderntile Inside Selllitir Hour, Act'ordlnii to 4iiinl of Strrrl IllKKer Drnuind for I'ltlon Pacific. Artlclel Open. Hlgh.l Low Close. Yesy. Wheatl I I July. Bent. Com. I May. July. Sent Oats. May. July. Sept. I'orK. Jan. May Lard. I Jan.. 9 W-7V4 May. 10 0.'- 10 07W 10 10 Ribs. Jan.. 9 8741 9 93 May. i 10 OOCti I 10 02HI 10 07'i MM S2V4,u' 53HUT4 34UI 31!. 34 I M Dili 89?4 5' 63 63)4 34V41 3IV4 34 I 93V 90Vj!i-H 5U41 52 53SI WSJ 03T4 9VifHj 51H 52V4Si 33i 334 IS 424)1 18 CO I 18 6o I IS mi 33H 33 33SI 18 4241 IS o0 18 224 18 77V4 9 92!4'9 9J-714' 10 024 10 10 9 87,i' 9 95 MUJf, J1U 52W4 .;i 84 Vb MVt 18 321,4 18 70 b714 10 wa 10 07H 9 S.. 10 00 I 10 07 10 otkgi 10 mt 1 in iriu.1 111 tnu. Chicago Cash Trices Wheat: No. 2 red, Jl.12dJl.lG; No. 3 red. .04C3'1.10; No. 2 hard. 93Wd: No. 3 hard, 91ta34c; No, 1 northern, 91MO394o; No. 2 northern, 893 91V4c; No.3 northern, 87i"?0c; No. 2 spring, 89850c; No. 3 spring. S789c; No. 4 spring, 80865c; velvet chaff, 8691Vic: durum, 87ft2V4c. Oats: No. S white, Zl (S33Uc; No. 3 white, 334T33--4c; No. 4 white, 324&34c; standard, 34344c. Corn; No. 3, 4Sii4S?4c: No. 3 white, 49-ie60V4c; No. 3 yellow, 4804954c; No. 4, 4O04SUC; No. 4 white 4&348Hc; No. 4 white, 47CT 49V4c; No. 4 yellow, 4648lic. Rye: No. 2, 644IG5C. Rarley: Timothy: .00 G4.1S. Clover: iaoo319.75. BUTTER Firm; creameries, 2fi33Hc KGGS Iiasy; receipts. 5.4C1 cases; fresh receipts, at mark, cases Included, 20fi22c; refrigerator, firsts. 17V418c; firsts, 22H'S 23c. POTATOES Steady; receipts, 43 cars; Michigan nnd Wisconsin, 45ijf47c; Wiscon sin, 43R47e. POULTRY Steady; lU"e turkeys, 15c; live hens, 12Vic; live springs, 11c. PROVISIONS - Pork, mess, J18..V)a 18.624. Laid, J9.97"i. Short ribs, sides, 9.2Hft 10.134. Clearances of wheat and flour wcru cqunl to 172,000 bu. Primary receipts wyro 970.090 bu., against 486,000 bu. a year ago. Estimated receipts ror tomorrow: Wheat. 70 carts: corn. 607 cars; oats, mii cars, hogs, 15,000 head. UUAL K8TATH FA It SI A RANCH I. AMIS FOIt SAIiR Colurnilo. DANDY RUL1NQU1SHMKNT FOR tale. 160 acres of fine land, fenced on three sides; fifty-three acres flowed and very llttlo work woulc im; it lr fine shape for spring crops; close to water. Address Arnold J. Knoctlcr. Brlggsdale. Colo. California. CALIFORNIA ALFALFA AND FRUIT LANDS In tho famous Chowchllla ranch, 108,000 acres, heart ot the San Joaquin valley, Just subdivided for settlement Ideal water, soil, climatic conditions. Wholesale and retail propositions. Free maps and llternturc. Kxcurslons Jan. 21 and Feb. 4. Wo arc owners, not agents. United States Farm Land Co., 917 City National Bank Bldg.. Omaha, Nob. f'AT.IBTiriNIA. 160 acres of creek bottom land, particu larly adapted to aliana una general lum -Ing. It is a deop, dark, sundy loam soli. Does ' Hot overflow. Hlgnt at station. Price, "(00 per acre. Terms easy, 'lhla Is a snap. Jwxcurslon Jun. 21. Purchasers care faro paid. When you think of Can fornla. write us.iit. COMI,Ny 815 City Nat. Bank, Omaha, Neb. D. 2819. Minnesota. 100 ACRES, Polk Co., Minn., Red river valley. 3 miles from elevator,- 12 miles from Grand Forks. N. D. ; good house, 125 acres under tho plow; good crops this Kiaaon; an acre; loan. M.7W.W, due In 4 yuars. balance cash. M. A. Laton, anby, Minnesota. 100 ACULS in Polk Co., Minn., Red l iver valley; all under- plow, no duhuihso, hniiAn tin land: 3 miles from town; good, rich soil; big crop this season; Jli.'JO an acre; loan. ,750.oo, due In 4 ycftu, balance casn. m. a. iaion. mur. win. Mlnuuurt. LAND FOR SALE Write for prices ot corn, clover and blue grans lands. Co nnrrnttve -Realty Co.. iluraansvuie. Ma FOR 6ALE 320-aero ehecp ranch; all timber; 6 miles from good town, i,wu. Chris Vcasman, Dixon, Mo. FOR SALE Good, rich, unimproved Nebraska farming land. Andrew Miner, Frunmort, lndj lbO ACUEb of land In Valley county, KxhrasKa. tor sale or trade lor Council Blutis property. Business lot lor saio on Nortn wain at. limuire, l'. A. bpeucti, 837 muauway. Council muna, fturtu liukulu, A SNAP for somo one: 320 acres 111 Stutsman Co., No. DuK. ; good, heavy, black noil; no Improvements; nearly an can be broken up; a miles ijom one town. r. miiPii trnm a. new town: i&i.W un acre loan, J4,jjo, aue In 5 years, uoiancu ft casn, 5 veara' time on the Daiance. M. A. i-atoli, Canoy, Minnesota.. jllkuellaueuua. GOVERNMENT FARMS FREE Send your name and address lor frtsu Informa tion about all government luna In Uruiuu States. D. J. campocii, nuueer uiuk-. fit. Paul, Minn. MVE STOCK MAItKKT OF WKST XKW YORK UKNl'UAIi MAltlvUT btup live slocK to Boum uiuiiuu bav ndlcDSa and surmkuKe. Your conmifa menu recetvt prompt and careful attu lion. iave StoeU CuntniUalou Jlerclmati. BYE RS BRQ3. u cu. Strong, reliable. CLIFTON Com. Co.. tti cxcnantfn BldK. MARTIN UitOd. U CO., Uiciumgo litdK. LKGAL NOTICES STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The annual meeting of the stockholders or The Bee Building Company will be held at the company's oftlce at 4 r ," Tuesday, January 21it. 1913, for the elec Uon of a Board of Directors for the en uinf year and the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. By order of the President P29d24t N. P. FEIU Secretary, ttnolntloim of I lie Day on Vnrloa Conunodltle. NEW YORK. Jan. 17. FLOUR Steady; spring liatentK. S4.40U4.65: winter straights. J4.MK-il.ti0; winter patents. J1.70S5.10; spring cloars, JI.20&4.45; extra No. x winter, f.w (iM.15; extra No. 2 winter. J3.90Q4.00; Knnxa"! strnlcrliti. H.10ftr4.1b. live Hour steady; fair to good, J3.t0(S3.85; choice to fancy. J3.904i4.00. Buckwheat flour, quiet; J2.35 asked per 100 pounds. cuknaii&ai aieoay; nne wnue aim yellow. Jl.3031.35; coarse, J1.25O1.30; kiln dried, J3.15. BARLEY Steady; reeding, aoc, c. 1. 1., New York; malting. 60070c. c. 1. f., nnffntn. RYE Steady; No. 2 western, onuwc, 1 f nnffuln. W1IK.VT Spot market easy; No. 2 red, J1.09, elevator and J1.09. r. o. b., afloat, nominal; ino. 1 notnern ijunuii, i.wi?, f. n h.. afloat. Futures murket steady early on cables, but cased on unaer liquidation due to a less active cash and export demand, closing, MffvHc net lower; May. WfcCQJl.wti-iij, cioseu vnty: jui closed, 97Hc Bonded wheat: Junuary closed, Jl.0114; May, 9714c; July, 9Sc. Re ceipts, 64,000 bu., shipments, 96,000 bu. CORN spot marKOi easy; expon, oiu, 1. o. u., aiioat. ueceipis, m, m., omv incuts, none. OATS-Spot market easy; No. 3, J8V4c; No. 4, 38c; natural white, 37 "439 14c. Re ceipts, l(j,uuo du. ; snipmenia, iiunr. FEEDStcady; standard spring bran, 100-pound sacks, J13.5O824.00;. standard middling, 100-pound sacks, J24.00; city, 100 pound sacks, J24.50. HAY Quiet: prime, J1.004T1.03; No. 1, J1.0741.10; No. 2. 95cJ1.00; No. 3. 80(S90c. HOPS Quiet: state common to choice, 1912, 2331c; 1911, 124215c; Paclflo coast. 1912. Isaac; laii, waibc HIDES Hteaay; central America, -ivs-i Bogota, nmwtc- , , LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts, 2S 29c; seconds, 27fcc; thirds, 2126c; re- !. PKUVIBIUIMD i'orK, Bieauy, iiicu., 19.25; family. J21.50O22.50; snort cicare, J2t.50(Si3.00. Beef, steady; mess. Jw-3 21.00; family, J24.0Oir25.00: beef hams. JU1.00 I&32.00. Cut meats, auu; picmeu ucm, 112.00: nlcklcd hams, JIZ.20. Lard, firm; middle west prime, J10.1fi10.23; refined, easy; coiiunem, u.uu, America. J1L25; compound, J10.12HT10.62i4. TALLOW yuiet; pnmo uiiy jiiiub, wnu, special, 6T4ci country. 3ttCKc. BUTTER Unsettled; receipts, 6,563 tubs; creamery extras, 34V435c: creamery held extras. 32V4333o; state dairy finest, 31a lie- factory current make firsts. 23024c; t:X. ?i.te! hold. 2ie22c. CHEESE Irregular; receipts, 1,240 boxes; Mate whole milk, held, white or ir 1 Hoeclals. 17?i18c; state wholo milk, winter make, white or colored, spe cials, 16V4Sl"c; .skims, 214V4c. recelms. 7.199 cases: fresh gathered extras, 2&ST27c; refrigerator firsts, local "torage, ttK321c; nearby hennery whites, 3638c; western gathered whHe"y6Q30ci western gathered, colors, "POULTRY-Dressed. firm: fresh killed .tY"t Vi.i.bi.nli. UW20c: fowls. 14V4W17c; w..ti. ii.fi'auc. Live, weak; western chickens, 13V4c; fowls. 144315c; turkeys, 19c. . I.onla (irncrnl 3Irket. ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Jan. 17. WHEAT Cash. No. 2 red. J1.12a.l2'.ii - i. M&?i&tf.v rAHSle: No. 2 white. 52Hc niTR-Qiiiet! No. 2. 34fi3l4c; No. 2 white. &i3-35V;c. r nAMi nt ftitures: WHEAT Lower: May. 94c; July. S'.c. CORN Lower; .-nay, oik. ,"'- OATS-Ix)wer; May. 3lc; July. 3Hc nvr TTrirlin ntrfd! 6314c. T.-i y-Ttroni.ti rfd winter patents, J5.0) - t. w .. iv.. tinrvnj.SA' ra.:3; extra hard winter clears, J3.40S3.56. SEED-Tlmothy. Jio w. CORNMBAL J2.W). . BRAN Firm at Jl.02igl.07. HAY Firm, timothy, 113.00017.00; pral rle. J12.00H 15.50. BAOGlG-9T;c. TU'INR-Hiran Sc. -provisions Pork, unchanged; Job bing, J16.75. Lard, unchanged; prime steam, J10.35rl0.43. Dry salt meats,, un changed; boxed, extra snorts, w.ziw H.ir rlhe. J11.37V4: short clears. J1LG2',4. Bacon, unchanged: boxed extra shorts, J12.37H; clear ribs, J12.37; short clears, 1?.fi2U. POULTRY Weak; chickens, M4c; springs, lie; turkeys, isc; uucks, c geese, lie. BUTT7ER Firmer; creamery, 2735c EGGS Weak; 21c. ret sis tent Advcrttslng'ls the Road to Big Returns. NEW YORK. Jan. 17. Another wave of deprtesslon swept over the stock market today, butt he list showed more recuper ative powers than during the unsettled prices earlier In the week Hiid a smart rally lato In the session piiuoelled the larger part of the losses among the active Issues. Quotations nere borne down ciosp to tho low level touched on Wednesda-j nnd In n few Instances below thut point During tlir afternoon tlie tono was heavy until In tho last hour mi upward move ment set In. At the low prlcs of tl.o day losses ranged from t to 6 !olhts, with tlu mom extended declines among the specialties. According to the gossip of the stret there was a considerable amount of "lr.- sldo selling. Throughout tho week there has been noticeable a disposition to Mil stocks whenever the maiket Improved, find tho deduction was made that stocl.s nero ueing red out an rupuuy aa tne condition of the market would warrant. At tho same time there wua unmlstakalilo evidence, of nctlvo selling and burrowing of stocks In the "loan crowd" on the exchango this week, said to have been the. heaviest In mora than n year. An unusually largo demand whs reported for Steel. Amalgamated, Smelting, Reading nnd Union Pacific. Forecasts of tomorrow's bunk state ment Indicated another lnrge cash givln, estimates ranging from J16.000.0M to J19,000,000. Tho bond market showed slightly heavy, although there was some Improvement In a few well known issues. Total sales, par value, J2.050.WW. 1'nltcd States bonds were unennnced on call. Number of sales and leading quotations un siucks were lis ronows: Sale, lllcb. Low. Clos. American Agricultural . . American Heel Susr. .. American ran American Can pM American t". & V American Ccttnn Oil .... Am. Ice Securities American Unseed American locomotive ... American !. & It Am. S..& It. pfd Am. ftujr rtfflnlnj American T. A. T..- American Tobacco Anaromla Mlnlni Co Atchlnon Atchison pfd Atlantic Coast Line Ualtlr.inre A Ohio nethteheni Steel Brooklyn Itaplil Tr Canadian Paclflo Central Leather Chesapeake & Ohio Chicago O. V Chicago, M. & St. l Chicago & N. W Colorado F. & I Consolidated Oat Corn I'roducU Delaware & Hudson Denier & Rio Grande.... Denver & It. O. pfd Distillers' Securities .... Erie - Erie ttt pfd Krlo Sd pfd Oe11er.1l Klectrlc Oreat Northern Pfd Great Northern Ore ctfs. Illinois Central Interborough Met Int. Met. pfd International llnrveiter. . Inter-Marine pfd International Taper International Pump Kansas City Southern. ... Laclede Gas Lehlgli Valley f,W0 HI Ixiulsvlllo ft Nashville.. 1.)0 110 M.. t. P. & S, Sle. M. :ci0 13'i Missouri, K. fe T ?) 37 Mlreourl Palltlr MW 11 National Ulscult .'. 3ti0 l:n National Lead MOO W NHR.nl M. Sd pfd Vjw York Central 1,500 lOJ'i N. V., O. & W C0 32 Norfolk &. Western.... y lis NVirth Amerfcan ...".... .T ' Northern Pacific .i 3,0j10 llt4 Paring Mall 10) V) Penntyliaiila 00 122',4 Teople's Gas .. . : COO ' 116 r . c . c. & st. 1........ 100 100 Pittsburgh Coal 600 IIS Treated Steel Car M'4 Pullman Palace Car Reading 7.W0 164 nepuwic i. & a lew :4"i Republic I. & 3. pfd..., 400 H Itock Island Co 2.700 53 Itock Island Co. pfd. ... 1,100 10 Ft. U. fc S. I'. Id pfd... 1.0O0 87 Seaboard Air IJnc Seaboard A. U pf'l 200 KM 5Ti Sloss-Sheffleld S. I Southern l'arttlc 11.100 l')5. ! Southern nallv-ay 1,100 264 So. Hallway pfd... 1.000 80 Tennessee Cotper . 2,100 33 Teas fc Pacific Union Pacific is.soo 16SV Union Taclflc pfd 600 9014 United States Itealty United States Rubber.... 4,500 s'.s United States Steel 1K.000 M(i . U. FT. Steel pfd 100 101H Utah Copper , J.400 65 Va. -Carolina. Chemlcatyc. " S'abash J Wsbnsh pfd 100 lls Western Maryland 1,100 41 Western Union 600 Wi Westlnghouse l;lctrlc ... Vt Wheeling A It. K Total sales for the day. 4z,3W snares. this fiscal cai JSI2.0S1. as Mjsnlnst a deficit of J29.242.2II last year The figures for receipts, disbursements and deflMt cvelude Panama canal and public debt transactions. OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET Small Rnn of Cattle And Prices Gen erally Steady. London Mtm-k Market. I.ONOON. Jan. 1". American securities ntipncl 11 ft-Arllnti hlehrr nml then lnl- proved. letter the market cased olf and HUUS A HE XlVJi TO TJSN mUlliK. at luHin tho tone was dull with prices running from higher to V4 lower than yesterday's New York closing. Loudon closing stork quotations: Onsols, money. .74 H-l Louisville, Nath 140 do account Tt. 1-HMo.. Kan. A Tev.. II' Amal. Copper tH.New York Central. .110 Atehlscn l'4.VVrfolk . Westcrnlltti llalti-moro A. Ohio. 1JK Ontario Western. ItS I'anadlun Paclfl.- .14 lVnnil Ivanln t Chesapeake. & Ohlv Tlk Resdlng .. Ml hi llrent Weelern 17 Southern Hy . . U' CM. Mil & St 1' 1U, Southern Psclflc . m Denver Jtc nio O... M Union Paeiflo ... Ut Kris Hi, I'. t. Steel tH do 1st tfd. .. . 44Wanash 4 Orand Trunk MSD ner Jt'4 Illinois Central ...111 Rand Mines ... ' Slt.VKU Har. quiet nt S!HI .per ounce. SIONKy-JWWi Per cent. Discount rntes: Short bills nnd three months, 1H per cent. Huston Mtoek Mnrkel, IlOSTON. .Inn. 17. -Closing tiuotutlons on mining stocks were as follows Allouet n Alunask Amal Cori'er TI'i Nevada Cmn. 7.. U ei 8... . ns.NlplssIng Mines Arltona Com atNoith ilntte .. . & C. C AS. M. Mi North lke . . al fc Arlsona 4 0M Dominion ... Cat. llecla 4 Omenta Centennial 1S (Julncy Copper Rungs C. C. 47U Shannon Hnst lluito c. M. . 13 superior ; Superior A t). M ftiiTtmatack .. .. . M I'. S. S It, g MS do pfd ll-li:tah Con t!tsh Copper Co. . 4SWInona . M' Wolverine J,!H0 TS', 71", T400 61 41, 6014 1,0vHl 34 U 36S 3Vt 3,600 2t HX, li 9oo mi ii ln'i (tOO 52 MV4 W, 1,60) 63 51 6- 400 5S 52 52 10 LOW SS't Jfi S9(i 7.S00 7! 71?i 200 105H Ki 103 300 lit 1161, U6V J.100 13SU IX 1.12 wo :st 580 :st 1.100 37; J7 S7li 1.000 104', 104', 104i 300 102 102 ' 101'i 1.S0O 128i 1241 IH'i 1.000 105 104i 1041, SSI, 37 37a; 900 J0H S9U JO 1.900 !I2U S40H 2414 600 :i 281, 26 S 4(10 76 76i 7SU 200 lG'-i 16U 16 6.4(10 llti, HIS 112U SCO 136 136U 133 sou s! .in; at4 fO.) 13S 136i 137',, ) 11 13 13 164 !!00 21, 2t'i 21 300 37 .17 37 t,300 19'i 1S, U'ii 3.100 30S 30'i .lO'.l 30i) 47 mi 46H 100 36 36 .174 600 183 12 181'., u.:0 127 13S4 117 l.Wrt 39 37'i 3S 300 i:; 127, 127, 700 11's 17', 174, WO 61 60 60V4 600 10H 106V, 107 200 18'i 18 . l"i 1114 600 IG'l 16 S3, 102', "1 i;?s I3ST4 13714 5Vi 40 119', 4S' mi, 3ITi u: 13fli 139 136 27 40', 118 ill 2m 11H5 3T 112 M 117, 118'.i 29 28 122',' 122U Mlirrp anil l.anilm In Kalr .lupply for Thl I,ntr In the Week nnd I'rices Steady with Close of Thnradeiy. SOUTH OMAHA. Jan. 17. WW. JJecelpts were: Outtle. lIoK. ShP. Illl Mondav Official Tuesday Official Wednesday... Official Thursday lisumato i-rlday S.51S 6.01S 5,rk0S ll.Dl ,4.2fS 11,811 3,5 13.918 POO 8,000 X).044 9.0HI 10, Vivo iIhvh thlM wrok in si r,1.M3 W).nCni Kitlnc days lust week. .1W8! 3l.?ni M.1W Sntno days 2 wks aK0..17.ir.J 81,(01 Same days 3 wks nto. ".OA! 30. -"iC Sunie days 4 wits HRo .Ki.tiia 'W.aSO 37.69S fame dayn last year. .21.CS3 75.SOI SIM Tho followlm." tnhln ul'.nui the recelDtt of rattle, hoes nnd slircn at Knilth Omaha mu ?or. tlo year to date us compared with . ml mst .Vfr. 1913. 1912, nc. Dec "J Cuttlo 5.4IH 5S.a6o 7.SS .. JO'l , ',' "KS 1-.-7.W2 W6.168 .. ... SS.71' ranklln . .. (llrout Con .. .. Oranby Con Greene Calianea Kerr ljke . ... 1-ttke Copper Salle Cwppor. Miami Copper ... M 1H 49 7S41 H. 2". 30 4o; 49U 9li OC. 3 65 711 "sheep tlS.al 101.900 16.4SI The following tahln linvn the rancn of prices for Iiors at South Omaha tor tin last tew nays, with cotnparlsons Date, 1913. 11912. HI1.I1910.I1HD.I190S. 11907. OMAHA GUMiH.M. MARKKT. Jan. 8.. 7 13k! 6 ll'i I 8 431 6 85 1 4 131 ( 21 Jan H. I 7 It! i b W 7 K! I 5 2 4 'M t VJ Jan. 10. 7 23i U (Wi 7 K2I S 23 1 4 "3 30 Jan. 11. 7 11H U 10 7 75 S IS) K 74 4 li $ S3 Jan. 12 U 17 7 7S 8 28 6 82 SO t: Jan. 13. 7 02Vi 6 03 7 73 8 49 5 8t 4 OS 10. Jun. 14. 7 ass. i m s M r. K7 k ao . SS II. Jan. IS. 7 lOTs C 15 ls42CS7 4r?8 Jan. 18. 7 14H 6 13 7 G) 5 93 4 33 6 42 Jan. 17. ....... 60S 7 Ti 8 47 4 HH 6 12 li .. 71 7. . W .... 66.... M ... 76.. . It... 44... 13.... II.... it.... tt.. . II.. . 69. . 71.... 13.. . 41.... 71.. . (... 78.... 61.. . ... 41.. . 61... 61.. . ... 14.. 0. . ;.... 81.. . ... 71. .. 71.. . 81... II.... 66... U. .. M... N.i . . 61.. W.. St.. 90.. 71.. It.. 101 9. 6.. Ct. 84.. ll 111 111 ..217 ..111 ..M0 ..rt4 ..IM ..197 ..ill ..191 ..l9 . 190 ..IM III ..Ml ..216 ..199 ..205 ....ilt ...4 ....190 . 36 ..tM ....tit ...211 ... 0(6 ..lit ..194 ....316 ...Jf . . 204 .. 141 . ..J5 . ..Ml ...240 ....318 . -au ....241 ..190 ....iOi ....XI ....!! ....224. ....310 ....113 ....SCO . ..0 S4T . ..260 . ..36 ...190 ill 7 '1 . T 1. . ; u 10 7 1) .. 7 II 40 7 It .. T 11H .. 7 US ... 7 44 7 ... 7 W . 7 10 ... 7 ... 7 M ... 7 24 ... 7 ... 7 M ... 7 X! ... 7 ... 7 ... 7 7 20 7 7 90 7 20 7 W) 7 90 7 M 7 1i' 7 231, 7 Ml, 7 231, 7 li 7 t 7 X 7 S 7 M 7 M 7 W 7 7 tt 7 96 7 34 7 !S . 7 K 7 S 7 X 7 tt 7 M 7 2S 7 N 120 "t'o 61 II .. 6V.. ;i 61... 79... 7t). 62 . H 74... 18... 71... ... 74.. . N... tl... t... 16... ( M1 16.. 64.. 66.. 16.. 7.. :t id 7 :;i 4 3l't tU . . 1 21'4 .29 .. IM . 40 7 30 246 ... 7 SO 111 . . 7 tfl .116 40 7 t .149 ISO 7 30 .169 . . 7 30 170 40 7 M .117 40 7 0 ,t0 10 7 30 .Ml ... 7 30 .26.-1 tto 7 ) .17 40 7 30 7 M I GIRLIES SHOCK CITY DAD i I Bold "Chicks" Embarrass Coramis I sioner Thomas McOovern. .... 368 ....lit ....t? ....261 .... . ..244 ....297 ....110 .,..119 ."...117 ..14.1 26 216 0 161 160 to '40 40 40 80 10 40 80 to I M 7 JO 7 10 7 t 7 M 7 to 90 7 30 1 90 7 30 7 7 W 7 30 7 30 7 10 7 M 7 f 7 M 7 3t 7 33 7 I) 7 3 7 M 7 33 7 3 7 ! 7 36 7 l 7 31 7 36 7 IS 7 M 7 40 7 40 7 40 BLUSHES, THEN PINCHES 'EM Takes One tit Stntlon nml "While KnHrnaseit In Thnnttiila on Wny Home la United hy Seen nil. City Commissioner "fowl McOovern 1 j heart heat inpldly last rrlcht as a nontlv ! dressed Rlrl nearcd lilm." .Bho was prott nnd her checks had the'Triootn of a near No. Sunday. Heeelpts and disposition of live stock at tho 1'nlon stock yards, .South Omahu, tor tweuty-rour houis endlne at 3 o clock p. 111. January 17, 1913: 1 llHClill'TS. C, M. rSt. I. H Wulmali It. It I.MIsMoinI Pacific lty. fn on re no it. 11. C. .t N. V eiiHt.... C. & N. W.. west... (.'.. St. I., M. & O... CV, 11. .t east.... '.. H. Ai U.. west.... K".. It. 1. oi 1'.. east.. C. It. I. 1' west. nillnolH Central lty.. L'lilcnuo u. w. lty.. Total receipts HUTT13K No. 1. l-lli. carton. Xc; 00.11). tllhs, 34ttc. No. 3, 33c. C11KHH1" Imported Swiss. 32c: Amerl ran Swiss. Uic: block Swiss, -le: twins. 19e; daisies, 19o; triplets, 19c; Yountr Americas, 21c; hluo label brick, 19c; Urn berger. 2-lb., Iiic; 1-lb.. L'2c; New York white, ":1c. IIHIIF CUT PniCHS-W lo esa e nrlces ol beet cuts effective January 13 urn ns fol- lows Ribs: No. 1. 30!Oi No. -. 1511C! No, 3, llc. Ixilns: No. 1, 22c; No. I6V&0; No. 3, IZJic. Chucks: No. 1. Disc; No. 2, 8"uc: No. 3. S'ic. Hounds: No. 1, 13c; No. U'ao; No. 3, loftc. 1'iutes: iso. 1, sue; No. 2. 7io: No. 3. 7140. POUI.TItY Tlrollers. IS.OOire.OO ncr dor.. hens. lGc; cocks, lie; ducks, 20c; kcso, ISa; turkeys, 2Tc; plceons, per nor., n.M. Alive, broilers, 17c; hens, 11c; old roosters, CHd ducks, full rcainerca, ix; Kcese, run foiithcreil, IGo; turkeys, ISc: plueoim, per do., wo; hotners, ffz.bu, aquabs, wo. 1, Il.Mh No. 2. bOc. icish f i resiu t'lcaerei. jic, rrosen: white. 14c. frozen; trout, lie, froien; largo crnpplcs, 12a;, frozen; Spanish inacKerel, lto; eci, ioc; nnauucK, io; flounders, 13c; urcen catfish, 14c; shad ro. ner 11a I r. 40c: salmon. 15c; hnllbut. 20c: frozen. 13o; unitaio, Ovstcrs. bay standards, si. m: Helens, ai.w: cuuiun, rltUlV-UIIUISCB. CUMIUl (111, fully colored, tO slzo. 2.00; 96 atc, 12,25; 12$ size, i2.'M: W. 176, 200 and 21S size, 13.00. Orape fruit, extra fancy Florida, 4ft. r,4. Ct and 80. nor box, xi.to. (jranber rie' Wisconsin lone kecDltic. extra fancy iinoipa'. Jumbo, ner bbl.. tO.bO: extra funcy Jersey, per bbi., W-W; extra fancy. Hells' i.,.rrv nor linv. 13 Oil I.nmnnM Alp Bhlp brand. 300 or SCO size, Jtf.75. Coconnuta: Holhfjcljntl & Krebs. In sacks, per sack, 5.75; per Cozen. 80c. ,J'- 9."" Co lloncy: now Colorado. iwonty-rour frames, per case. "h).7&. Dates: Fard, It lh. box. ner lb.. 12c: New Hall, bulk, per lb., 7c: new Anchor PkiT. (30 ..iiitoiia), per bo per knC crown (Turkey), 16c;-now 7 crown (Tur key), 17c Apples: extra fancy Washing ton Jonathans. 113. 125, 138. IM). 166. box, ii. w,: extra fancy Washtneton Grimes' Uoldens. 113, 125, 138, 150, box, 11.75; extra fancy Washington Itoman Ueautles, 72, SO, &. isj, 1U3, 120. box. J1.75; extra fancy Wnalilncton lllack Bon UavU. 72. H). g& 86, 104. 125 count, box, 11.75; extra fancy Cattle. I loss. Hheep. H'ses. It S 1 2i" 4 3.1 r, 120 Morris &. Co .Swift & Co Cuduliy racklutr Co.. Armour Co Schwartz & Co Morrcll DISPOSITION. Cattle. Hors. Sheep. o, Do: bullheads, 13c; 2 , 'n'.UAi;,.',-V "nk' i1 It In' nnrthiirn i "oUtll Oinnlia VKB. Uo. nt'a I'M "orlnunv Uncoln 1'acklinr Co Vnllfornla nmvla. "e.llton, Vaiisant 1.. Illll Ki Son. K. 11. Lewis Huston & Co .1 It. Hoot & Co J II. imiln MeCrenry fc KcIIoiik... Werthclmer & Depen.. li. '. Hamilton.. Cllne & Christie. Other buyers lb., 7c: new Alienor rxi, wv ..hi ions;, per box, 12.2;; new Dromedary (80 cartons), per box, 12.76. KIbs: new 12 12, per box, soc; now 6 crown (Turkey), 16c; new t) & 193 192 213 3 S 6 38 13 . 4 . IS 7 . 2!) . f4 . 5- . 18 - H . 7 . " . 1&5 .1,270 i,2r-i 1,747 1,5M 2,072 139 US Jll 105 Totals. CATTliK There wern really not enouRh cattle, hero today to make a market, only thlrty-nluo cars bolnir reported In. For tho week receipts show up very well, being a few hundred head larger than any very recent week, but smaller by arxiui i.twu ncuti man for tne correspono Ing week of lust yoar. There wcro no boef steers of any conso- qiienco In sight this morning, vbut what few thcro were sold In about tho samo notches as yesterday. There was, In Inct, no uotitablo chance In cither direction. What hnn been said about beef steers would apply equally well to cows ana tO M 70 l 60 311 34 341 61 116 St 268 M M7 SI 14 11 191 f.8 310 t 311 J9 2AS 21 344 II 286 3 249 66 M0 to in 64 9 W4 it 169 69 108 60 184 11... . 119 pias. .. tl ... I 6ft tl 133 ... 6 7$ .108 . . 6 36 ) 107 ... 4 00 ..ill ... 6 to 41 116 ... 6(0 SH1CKP Thern urrr rnallv not enough lambs or sheep on snlo this morning to maan a marxet. there being only aooiu ten earn or 2,ax) head reported 111. AVhnt stuff was here was eagerly picked up by the packer buyers nt prices fully steady wun yesterday a closing trade. Among the sales wero two loads of fed western Jambs that brought 18.60 and soma Mexi can yearlings which sold at hlRh us 16.13. in comparison with the first five days of last week tho receipts for tho sunie days riurliia; tho current week show a slight railing off. but were liberal com pared with Ihe snmn time two weeks ago and one year ago. It anything tho qual ity of the offerings was not qulto so good and thei was more or less depres sion in the trade. It will bo remembered that on most days during thn preceding week the supnllca met with a very strong demand and In consequence, prices scored a nig advance, but of lato the iltmnnii lias not been nearly so broad, resulting In a somewhat slow and Indifferent mar ket most of the time. The dullness dur ing the last week Is attributed In tho bad condition of the eastern trade In dressed mutton, which effected lambs more than any other class of sheep. I'revauintr prices of minus aro nnv- whero from liff.Tjo lower than thn closo of last week somo right rrood lambs bringing I8.C0 today, aa against IS.K5 a week ago. In a general way matured muttona, Including both Mexican and fed western ewes, wethers nnd yearlings may oe regoraea as snowing an improvement of at least 10SJ lf.0. An Interesting feature of thntrada has been that while lambs advnnced and aged sheep declined dining mo previous wcck exactly tho opposite has been true during the current week ns lambs have declined while, sheep have ruiown an improvement. Quotations on sheen and lamba: Umhn good to choice, IS.K-J6.P0: lamba, fair to good lacOifS.CO; yearlings, good to choice. I7.6SIf8.16; yearlings, fair to good, 7.1jji 7.66; wethers, good to choice, I5.7IsB6.:0: winners, rair to good. Cdojr5.7.; ewca, good to choice, I4.76QB.10; ewes fair to good. I4.60H4.76: culls, sheen and hunks. I by drug store. v Tho young woman saw Mcpovt-jjii nbou. tho siimmtlmo McOovern saw Iimv She rushed up to hlin and placed- Iter arms on tils vest. ' m "Oh, you levcly da-da," slm' gurgled itnd then 11 business of standing on lici tfp toes and whispering In' the solon's ear. A little later tho young person sat In n cell In the femalo ward of tho. city J.U' Outsldo, tho commissioner, 'cxcecdlugb wroth, was telling Captain Dempsc what ho thought of this social enncer thing. Ho wus strictly In favor of any legislation that tended to euro "t. "Why,-' lio Indignantly said, "I thought aho was, n. schoolgirl." Merc policemen cowered while, their superior stormed. No 0110 said anything and soon the commissioner's wrath was spent. Ho walked out of doora and ap peared deeply engrossed In thoughts of what tho Albert law has done for Omaha. At Thirteenth nnd Douglas he found, his path cluttered ngntn, The bold miss was given a glimpse of his badge and thon asked to accompany him to Jail. In tho same cell with No. I wcift No. 2, and McOovern lollowed In after to give a curtain lecture, wncn no came uui he whispered to Captain Dompaey to "book" the girls to some police officer. "You see," ho explained. "1 don't want this affair to get Into the newspapers." Officer Kmery was given credit for ar- resting tho girls, who gave their names as Anna Johnson, IlaVcns hotel, end Hessln Hastings of Council Bluffs. At midnight the girls admitted that nfter much thought they were mistaken when they callod McOovern "lovely da-da" and "little squash." H4; 100 33 1, ico, 231, 2SH 104 S 26H 79 35 iiivi 90 "mh 6l'.i 1094 t4 33 'ii'4 41 701, 71H US 100 i 33 1 j 162' i 162 21 22'.i 39H 26 18'., 4S; 40 105 lew 79'.i 3 H, 21 1MM 90 73 65'i 62. 10'JU r.s 364 3U 1314 404 70H, 74 7 Wafclilncton Red Wine Slips. 104. 112, 125, lit, box, f.i.uu; extra ranuy -ina uneuK Waxen una vvmie winier ickiiiiaiub, vo, 104, 113, 125, JSS, l.m, ivt count, oox, .w; jielfers Thesn sold If anvthlng. a. llttlo I iXi i, ,'am extra fancy Colorado, unwrapped. WWU 2 lamb. M fed ewes 33 fed lambs 30 fed lamba in fed lambs 328 lambs, feeders in amns, feeders 16.4 lambs, feeders , 181 fed goats 40 fed goats M fed ewes Zit fed ewes ...... 123 fed lamb V. S. ret. 2s. to coupon V. 8. !. r ' do coupon U. 8. ft Xeiv York Jlonej' "TtlnrUet. NRW YOrtK. Jan. 17. MONBY On call. steady, at Sfttifl per cent; ruling rate, 294 per cent; closing hid, aV4 per cent; offered at 2 per cent. Time loanx, easier; sixty days, 4 per cent; ninety days, 4Jf4V4 Per cent; six months, 4U per cont. PIUMB ME11CANT1L.K rAt'Uilt WiT H4. Jr cent. HTlSKljIINIi KAUIIAINUli nilUMK, (Villi actual business In bankers bills ut J4.8S25 inr alxtv-dav b us ana nt 4.i.sj ror ue- mand. Commercial bills, 14.82. SILVER Har, kjo; aioxicau nouars, itc. BONDS Oovernniont, steady; railroad, easy. ... , Closing quotations on uunua iuuhj wem as follows: -Ai . n ftVfc rv . Vo V. C. ua,, tf -4 .101 U 3. deb. 4s 1931... !, .10:4),. & N. mil. Is.... Wi .10314 M. K. t. T. 1st 4s. 94 .lltVi do gen. 4',is .1IIV4MO. Pacific 4s 70 Psnsma 2s coupon. .102 do conv. it 874 Amr. Af m 'X, " Ml' a.I j. " V.n A T ft T. OT .tw -Mm 4 im Tobacco 6s.... 110 '.V. y N. 11. & II. Armour & Co. 4V4... ., ; 6!4 Atchison c- ',., So ct. 51 IM 8M A. C. U lit 4a.... i 7i lisl. & Ohio .... MHO. 8. U. rfdf. 4s... 1114 do 3V4 " IT' nm ' nrook. Tr. cv aa con, 48 101 On of 0. 6s- 1VI74"""'" n- fs vi Cn! lsther 6s '. U & 8. F. fg 4s 74!i Woes. Ohio 4!js- !' si do conv. tts.. c. su Chicago & A. 764, C U. A; 3. 1- 4s.... M4iBo. I'ac. col. 4i.... 1JH do gen. 4s " Ao " " 1T4 C M & 8 P cy 4V4s..l06-ii do 1st rf. 4s 93 C. 11 I. Sl I . C, IS. Mo. iiauwsjr S 105i do rfc 4s I8U lo S'n. 4s C t 8. r & Ha 14 Union r-aelflo 4s.... 99l D. 'fc H. ct. 4s...... V,i do cv. 4s tV, V. at 11. u. H. ,rMr 4s. ., v.,x Distillers' h ..,....,66 y. V. Itubber 6s....l021i Krle p. I. 4s vi;. . mcci sa M...101S do gen. 4s... is ..-.-r, iupm. bs.. 9( do CT. 4s, ser. II.. 76UWa1h 1st & ex. 4s 60 Jll, 3en. 1st ref. 4s. 5H"eern M0. 4, uli Inter MCI 4V,s. ""y"" r"r:- t. , Inter. M. M. 4V4 lis. antral 4s 11 Japan 4Hs " Dli. Offared. New York Alliilim: Sloeka, NEW Y'OltK, Jan. 17 Closing quota tlons on mining stocks were; Com. Tunnel stock.. 7 Meilcan 10 do bond lZ'.iuntano 240 Winter Pcarmnlna, 160. 1C5. liO. 200 count. ,nt. 51. C3: intra iancv iNOW xora uaia- wins, per bbl., $2.90; extra fanoy New York It. f. GreenitiBS, per bbl., 13.25; ex tra funcy New York State Russuts, per bbl.. $3.i); extra fancy Ailssdurl Jona thans and u rimes uoioeus pur jui., .w. 5 bbl. lots or more, assortod, ISc per bbl, iff: ititra fancy Missouri lien Davis, Pet bbl., ii2.; extra fancy Missouri Wins I'lpplns, per bbl., $2.75: extra fancy MI tou,-l Willow Twigs, lllack Twigs,, York luunr.iils and other fine varieties, pr bbl.. 3.25. Kiinaun City drain nnd I'm vlalnns. KANSAS CITY, Jan. 17. WHEAT Cash, No. 2 hard. S945ffl8c; No. 2 red, Jl Of'sffl.ll. CORN No. 2 mixed, 4814c; No. 2 white, 4943',4c. OATS No. 2 white. 3.VuMc; No. 2 mixed, S4!'tj(:i4".;e. Closing prices of futures: AVHEAT Muy. SSc; July, S.,tic. CORN-Mny, rS4o; July, DlfjCl'4c. OATJi May, ZtliXic. HYI5- B3c. HAY Steudy; cholco timothy, J13.rS) 13.Mr cholco prairie, 12.00at2.W). HUTTER Creamery, 32V(jc; firsts, WAc; hptnuds. 2SUc: narking. 201451210. KGGS Extraa, 33J4c; firsts, 21V4C; sec onds, lfic. 1'OUIjTKY Hens, 12c; roosters, kc; young turkeys, ISc; ducks, IWHc, Receipts. Shipments. Whcnt, bu Sll.tmO 45,0CO Corn, bu GO,00) 34,000 Oats, bu 15,000 33,000 .11 Iniu-niiolls (irnln Market. MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 17. WHEAT May. SSK(J88Hc; July. tUc: cash. No. 1 hard, SOlic; No. 1 northern, bT.iJfjfiWsc; No. 2 northern, 85.Wh6ic; No. 2 hard Mon tana,. JsSc; No. 3, S3'.MS4,o. CO UN No. 3 yellow. 4.1Mf4Ic. OATH No. 3 white. 31c. RYIJ-No. 2. mrjjtiOc. IIRAN-J19.50. Kf.OITIL First nntenls. I4.4Wil.75: sec ond patents, M.2W4.IX): first clours, J3.20W 3.r); second clenrs. J2.40(tf5.i0. KI.AX ll.Ws. UARhHY t7Sij62c. 1lllvHiikef (irnln Mnrkel. MILWAUKEE, Jan. 17. WHEAT No. ' 1 northern. OltiOie; No. 2 northern, SflU' WV4e; No. 2 hard winter, IMCgtrttc; May, DlUc: July. SMic. CORN No. 3 yellow. - 4S'A5i414c; No, 3. 4SV4o; May. sic; juiy, dz'ac. OATS Standurd, 3t'ic; No. 3 white, MVrftSiHr; No. 4 white, 32Vij03c; May, 33i4rti;n,c. ItYK-No. 1. 05'4c HARLEY Malting, OWiic; feed, MfiOoc; Wisconsin, 61070O. p I.lrerixiol llrnln Market fTlVERI-OOI. Jan. 17.-WHEAT-Snot. firm: No. 1 Manitoba, 7 8Wd; No. 2. 7a 7d; No. 3, 7s 6d. Futures, easier; May, 7s 3Hd; July. 7s 3V4d. coHN-wnot ouiet Amencnn mixed new, 6s Cd; American mixed, old, 6s W, American mixed, old, via Unlveston. 6s 8d. Futures, euslcr; January, Cs 2T4d; February, 4s uw- tho nrlces mild were not materially differ out frmrt IIidho In vogue yesterday Tho few stock onttln and feeders In' sight also commanded steady prices. As noted yesterday, tne mantel on Imnf HtnnrH for thn week In 1 Office lower. flio dccllno being tho greatest on the heavy cattlo and tho least on the light nnd cheaper grades. JJowa nnd hellers L'cnrrniiv soeaKing are arounu ioctiuc lower, atlhoUgh tho nest cornfed oowa and he fera havo shown OUl lime cnaiiK". Stock cattlo and feeders have been strong all tho week and as high as they ovor wcro In the nistory 01 ino traor. Quotations on cat tie: umi ateern, 17170 tO CIlOIOC, IJ.rAKa3.uu; PC Bltrer, w T 15 K 40 8 40 5 CO 7 M) 7 0 7 SO 4 00 3 00 C 00 4 CO 7 is 8 CO .-. 10 6 13 CHICAGO I.IVK STOCK .MAItKKT 310 fed ewes . 472 Mexican wethers 113 76 7H 86 ..... tM 6ft ......67 ...."on 93 10) , 91 10(1 M Cnltle Slaw nnd Mlrndj llogn Act ive to Higher Hbeen Ntendr CHICAOO, Jan. 17,-CATTUE-lleceIpta. 2,u00 head: market slow and stcadyl ueeven, td.mv.Ji; Texas moors, H.iWfj.70: western steers. S5.40ii7.15: stockcra and feeders, 4.8O&7.60; cows unci heifers. 32.75 tu.7.41'; caives. I7.wini.i-u. UOtJri IlecclDls. 19.000 head: market ac. live, wiioo higher: light. CT.2Mf7.62'.4: mlxetl -ri.aW7.C0; heavy, W.0C((T7.60: rough, t, I7.su-a-s.uu; Deet ateens, isjr v IZiZ'i 'y -' good. W.iJO4j4i.90; boBf steera, common to i.wn(ri.a,v pigs, o.wUi.io; umK ol Baics, fair. U.(KXai.90: good 10 cnoicu ueiiera, si.wjfi.uu. tu.7tix6.75: good to cholca cow, K).4outi.l0; cows, fair 10 good grades, 1.40gJ5.4J; com mon to lair kthuss, ,wws.sv, ajvuu m choice stockora and fcedera, lb.fi4Xtfft.0O, fair to good stockora and feeders, 4.6i c ia rniiitnnn to fair atockara and feed era, t5.V0ilA.iM; atock tjowa and holfcrs, H-i4 ti'C.Ui; vai caivea, o.wyv.vs., uwj, aiaai. etc, H.l'Jtw.tu. Reprvsentuiive saiea, REEF STEERS. DES MOINES LAD RUNS AWAY FROM HIS HOME trtiula Sheldon, a boy 11 years old, was' picked up nt the Burlington depot ir ratrolman Brown lato last nigra and when ouestloned admitted that n nau loft homo without hls'parenU' consent in Matron Gibbons department last night ha said that lio had 3 when ho left homo and enmo hero to visit "Mr. Jones." His parents will bo naked to come after tho llttlo runaway. You're real suro now that you dltin 1 11 awny to kill wild Indians, aren't you?" naked Matron Gibbons. Tho little, fellow replied that ho had never seen nn Indian nnd moreover had no acsiro 10 meet any. Metal jinrkel. v-r.-r vnnu- inn. 17. MliTAlS Cop per, woak; tundard, apot and Jujr. S15.MI bid: March nnd April. l'.g?SHSs I ootrolytic I.60(S16.76S lake. ,16.717.00: un m..ii! m TIli anv. snot. KiO.iti ihfAROi January. im.lOOW-W ueoniaij, iri0.liH4ruO.so; raaruu, M."rytw.- '"" ilu etr$1.264P4.r.. Spelter, quiet; .25.7.40. Antimony, dull; J9.W10.00. Iron, miset- i.i ,,..i,i,i-fi f'nniipr arrivals at New i,., ,,.,.,,..n. ... Con. Cn. & Vs . .. 10 Iran BilTtr uo LcadTlIU Con Utile Chkf 4 Offsrsd. Ophlr. Small Hopes .. 'Standard ..... Yellow Jacket 10 . IS .100 . 15 Hank Clearliitfa. OMAHA, Jan. "7. Bank clearings for today were tf.W.OlS C7. und MM,Ke.zi for the correaponaing nay ieai year. Condition of Treasury, WASHINGTON, Jan. 17. Tho condition of the United States treasury at the be ginning of business today was: Working balance, $S3,19G,470; In banks and Philip pine treasury, 120,993,404; total of general fund, ri36,004,(X, receipts yesterday, J2,:t3,i:i, disbursements, fl,ii24,C30. Deficit No. 3... 11... :4.... 11... 2... 10... :7... 14... 2... 4.... 3.... v.... IS.... 10.... 6.... 10.... 1.... 1.... 2.... 1.... 11... 25... II. av. yi. ... m 111 ... ws c ii ...1009 ...HIS 7 04 C ...1135 C 00 ...1000 I 00 ...1171 f 1 ... 447 t 3i ...1017 6 40 ...1120 t 60 ...1111 HI ...mil & 60 ...1111 6 is No. 41... I... to... COW8. 10 11...... JIBIFKnB. 740 34 S60 , 7 ii 611 . lit 6 SO S li b 10 t 40 r 40 t 70 ii 75 2, 12. 4. ..tit I IS . . IS2 I 00 ISM 410 UK lilO I t 4 I 2 3 BULLS. . I 40 1 i 41 1 S 10 1 5 CAIVK8. Av. Pr. ....Ut 7 .... m 7 :i ....11:1 7 24 ...1071 ICS .,,1(141 f. 7f ...1122 I it ...1055 t 10 ...1270 4 00 ...i::o 1 :i ...1011 1 a ...1044 111 .10 1 00 . S3 4 00 . 712 I 10 .1046 10 . 722 :s . HI 4 21 .XI 6 40 .140 4 10 . 471 C tO HIHCKP AND LAMBS-nccclpts. 3.100 head; maiket steady to strong: native. J1.K4Iti.Bj; westerns, I4,7iti.: yearlings, J6.40iHS.l6; native lambs, W.7OQ9.00; west ern minus, .v.i3.vv. Ml. l.nuU Live Htock Market. ST. I-OUIS. Jan. 17.-CATTI-.l5-lte- celpts. 2, W0 head. Including l.SOO Texnns: maiket steady: cliolco to fine stooin. ss,7j 4i0.;tj; good to cholco steers, 7.36!rJ8.7r; dressed and butcher steers. 15,M)7.W); stockers und feeders, K.Z'uTM; cows nnd heifers. s.r,oii.ijo: ch vcs. I4.-Wiho.2-,. Texas andyOltlahoma steers, (o. HXJI.M; cows and heifers, !.. 1576. 00. hogh Tteceints. R.T00 head: marnet 100 higher; pigs and lights, W.'Mf 7.674; mixed and butchers, $7.407J7,57V4i good heavy, J7.4)ft7.67"-... HIIKMP AN DL,AMHH-iieceinti-, l.UAl head: market WlOo higher; muttons. tb.OO 0IC.6OI yearlings, n.OOgfj.SG; lambs, $6.10p 9.15. York, forty toim. Exports this moniin 15.081 tons. lonUOIl copirer, icou,,...i fiO 18s 0d; futures. 71 6b. Local exchange sale tin. fifteen tons. London spot, 10s; futures. 227. London lead, lib Wa. Umdon spelter. W. Iron? Clovolnpd warrants ilHs.Od In lxmdon. ST. LOUIS. Mo Jan. 17. MLTALS- Lead, firm at 11.20; spelter, weak nt IT l ' Coffee Market. NRW YORK. Jan. n.-COKIfKli-V'i-turca market opened: unchanged to a jlc cllne of 1 point under scattered pel Ing and absence of bullish support. Cables .unt nml tho close was barjiy steady nt from 0 to 17 points net lower. Bales were 44.700 bags. January, W-Hc, Aprn, July, ..1160 ..1710 .. 610 4 10 1 :t 1 1 . .. W) f SO 4 14 00 M I tt 1 140 M 200 7 60 1 200 00 2IX) 7 CO 1 10 00 140 7 It 1 1W I 00 ...1... 1 7t I It I 00 100 a 7t 1 -iw 00 51s I 74 8TOUKIQUB AND FKEDBH8, tit to (14 00 3S 10 .400 4 tO Ml I t 441 4 40 til mi 13 4 1; 11. it.'.'.'.'. 2 I. 414 4 70 . . 3i I 7t .. 117 I 14 .. IM IS . . ITI 7 00 . .1061 7 2t ..1231 7 IS .1044 7 74 1 1 nr. H Tim market oliened a nickel higher, and closed a dime higher than , , westcrn markets yesterday: i.,.,i.rH.i,' i.,.miu1 trmlf". Thf! early I "-'l"1 " " .J..,. n... Kansas 4,'ltv Live Hlot-k Market. KANSAS CITV. Jan. 17,-OATTLK-no- t:elpts, 1,000 head, Including .100 southerns; market steady: dressed beef' nnd export steers. 7.6Oft8.60; fall' to good, M.bOiJI.BO; western steers, -46.rwis.oo; stocKcrsi nun feeders. lTi.75ffi7.76:. sontliern stonrs, W.OOi 7.60; wjiitherii cows, 13.7Sfa.25i natlvo cows I anil iir.uers, eo. imji'i ,w, toi.cu, ,.p,wi,.(w, HOGS Iiectlpts. 0.000 neao: mariiot iuo higher: bulk of sales. I7.2W.45; heavy. $7.nMi7.45; packers and butchers, Xl-Wii 7.42W; light, rr-lW.): PlK. W.0041'7.00. SHEBP AND liAMHS- Heceipia. head: market stoady; lambs, r7.w.7-;. yearlings, J7.OOa8.00: wethers, -$3.00(343,00; ewer, M-BljC.&O. fit. Joseph Lire .Stork Market. st JOHKPII. Jan. 17. CATTLK Re ceipts, 900 head; market, alow; steers, W.75 ao.75; cowi and heifers, l-1.754i7.76; calves, 15.KWW0.00. HOtr iveceipis, umu, iuuiivcl, mto higher; top, 7.40; bulk of sales, J7.20 Hilt,!'.!' tesu imiiiiio-i".H'"f Jnead; market steady; lambs. 17.wBS.7u. Htnek In Hluht. "Receipts of live stock at tho five prln- Kebruary. ".Zlc: JJiarcn, nr.... It t&n: .Tllnr.. 1X66C1 SJCo: August. 13.82c: September, UMc. iriVK!.- s?o7; un.m r. i3.sse! Decern- S Snot off7QUlt :itIo No. 7s. lUc; Bantoa 4s. lBCI mild, quiet, Cordovu, 1618c Wool Market. rt. 1J1IIIS. Jan. 17. WOOL Steady. medium grades combing and clothing, 23WJGo; light fine. l!X82lo; heavy line. miUSo: tub washed. 27t3Jlc. LONDON, Jan. 17. WOOL The offer ings at tho auction sales toduy amounted to 13.556 bales. This large selection w;as cBgorly absorbed at firm rates, especially the boat mennos, wnne tumru medliun crossbreds recovered their open ing loss. Americans bought tho best light parcels at full "rlcea. Imports ot New York. NHW YOBK, Jan. 17. Imports ot mcr- chandlse and dry goods at tho port ot New York for tho weoK enning January 11, were velued at 19,7?7.ai. Imports of specie for New York (or the week ending today aro 120S.941 sllves, nnd 1260,- 213 gold, Exports Jl.lS'j.oTl silver, anu 15,157,807 gold. Oinnba Mar Market. OMAHA, Jan. 17. HAY No. 1 upland ll0.0OB10.tX); No. 2. tD.OOaflO.00; No. 3, 18.001s 9.00: No. I midland. W.60W10.00; No. 2. W.00-S9.M); No. 3, ia.0og9.00: No. 1 lowland., W.WiiV.W, no. i. sa.wtiw.w; o. , i.vuo. 8.00. Alfalfa. No. 1, 114.OOJrl4.0O; No. 2. 112.00lS.tt: No. 3, 110.0Offl2.00. Straw, oats and rye, !6,0ftfJ6.60; wheat, 13.0030.SO. vi.Mterdav'H ifeneial business was not uctlvc. though hoga kept Omaha moving at the advance In prices. About C?UVL tho middle of tho markot traae oegan 10 ; get btlll better, with the packer buyers Kanf.as City .hA,.r 1.1, ,, u. 1 ntrmtna i.i Tinv mnrs munfv 1 m. iajuio npnn 1 1 ill T., IT innir I " . , ...... I i. tn lrr. I IUilin, uii. ... uui,.,7iuiu In rirrlDI' In riniHIl OUL lllB.eiV Ul lUPli villas" , . . . .. , ...I.I I n 4T1n. X' .. A ....II I .w . W . . .... t , . I uncii on. nimi-i ..7.7". jiciiuw, nMi,rs, 'j lio DacKcrs appaieiuiy llu iu sic; iu, jcuuw, nanniii nu. a 1111 -u, I Have the hogs and aa a result, pracucaiijr Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Peoria -Murket. 900 900 .... 1.000 .... 2.800 .... 2,500 8.600 4,000 5.000 8.700 19,000 .-MO MO 5.000 1.000 3,500 4io; No. 4 mixed. 454'if4e; sample, 4l(Ji44c. aj ino offerings still III flnt hands were UIIIIU standard, sic; No. J white, ssmc. higher than tho general run of sales on were 4'nllon Mnrkel, NHW YOItK. dan. 17.-COTTON Closed quiet; middling upland. Vic; middling vulf. 13.25c: sules. 1.901 bales. futures ciosea sttuay; January, iz.xia; February. 12.07c: March, 12.12c; April, 12.01c: May. 12.05c: June. 11.94c: July. 11.90c; August, 11.85c; September, 11.420; October. ii.xc; December. ii.H7c, LIVKHPOOL. Jan. 17.-COTTON-Spot In fair demand;, prices easier; American middling, fair, 7.34d; good middling, 7; middling, 6.80d; low middling, fi.C2d; good ordinary, 6.22d; ordinary, 5.881. Sales, 8,000 bales. Totals 8,100 43.S00 9,20? Turiienlliie nnd Itoaln. SAVANNAH, Ga., Jan. 17. TUItPKN TINB Firm at 3Sic; salea, 327 bbls.: receipts. 6r bbls.; shipments, 3,200 bbl. ; stocks. 23,3-V) bbls. IIOSIN Firm; sales, 2.000 bbls.; receipts, UX bhls.; shipments, 6,900 bbls., stocks, 144,200 bbls. Quotations- A, B, C and 1, !.-..:; K. 1540; F, 15.45; G und H. 15.4.-, 6.50, I, 13.tOfi.70; K, 16.65, M and N, J. V,, WO, 17,20; WW, 17.30. Snunr Mnrkel kkw YOIHv. Jan. 17. SUG Art 1 taw. MiiBiivoiln faat 9 flHn opntrlf. mane largely iroiu i, iui.i, ""T,"- Ugal 96 test, 3.48c; molasses, 59 test, iMJC I7l.a ror mo majoniy ui Ueflned. steady. ings yesvuiuay. b nuini n-ru . ... ... ing trado wus the high point of the day, nn, I mlcrnl Inn.lH of richt Drluie hoga brought as mucn as .. un im wnom tho movement was active anq titaroiito was maue copiparauveiy cany in n-o There wero not aa many hogs on sale as wus expected, as only 121 cars, or 8,U)0 head, were reported In. This makes a very moderate supply for a Friday aa compared with a week ago and one year ago. ine receipts were awjui mo mo as two weens, ab compareq. wun mo nut rw .Iiivh thn cenerai nuauty was very good, there being several loads of very choice hogs on the maricei itepreaontaiive aaies; Another unique drawing contest similar to The Girl Without a Mouth STARTS NEXT WEDNESDAY Watch for it .Vo. 70.. 14.. tl, tl, ! l II Af. ....Ill ....111 .. 112 17 191 111 ah. Tr. I II . . 7 10 . . 7 10 49 7 10 7 I , 7 r, No. 47 . Af. ...114 ..J27 ..J . 214 .ISA rj7 8h. IV. 40 I 24 . . 7 54 T.l 7 11 40 7 24 7 15 .;ni to 7 u 47 214 i:o 1 u asava oarlaXa KI4Miart, Eoea either In- miiiirfsL Do Ton know whether the food Jiw. wBiir rtriN nss to mills asra or roes to make fat? We bare lust publlahed a pamphlet that will tell you a pantpniex sx ainuHi aaosiysm msat It tails bow tomake the bens most prodnoUre and profitable, how tokcap thamlaylaB all WiaWmo.eTen mMlllnv Vinw lnV,,n Ih.m frflm beinlF S DUUftDOa to aelf or nelghbora. how to moat economically build houieaand yards, how to mmkm tha hena wark In tba garden, not aeratehlng up what you have planted, but aeratohlng between tha rows of frutl and -a' oleaolng out the weeds, loosening up and fertllulng the soil Write teday for thli pamphlet, fraa. iEI.H.LEEII.jiiiBHtrBtyit.Omihi.ltfc. 1C