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THE BKK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1913.
11
ifcGRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Brills in Corn. Who Secured Profits
Now on the Buying Side.
IBIO TEADEKS ARE CAUTIOUS
(Arc AdTltlnB Their Friends to Take
IlTtry Available MarRln Instead,
of Loading Up rrlth Vellorr
Cerent I'ntnre.
OMAHA, Aug. 1, 1913.
The bulli In corn who secured hand
come prorits during the luttcr part ot lflst
week were on the buying Hide In a tlrr
way yesterday. Kvery pound ot surplus
corn ottered In the pit was quickly ab
sorbed by those people, who were
anxiously reinstating their lines, and they
bid highor and higher for the grain, es
tablishing new prices on the crop.
It was expected by many In the cam
trade, especially those who leaned to
ward the bt'ur sldo ot tho market, that
tbo reported rains throughout the greater
Part of the belt ana the general change
to lower temperatures wouid cause many
of the smaller longs to sell out In order
to secure profits, and that it would be
quite possible, to pui out short lines In
addition. Those who reckoned this would
happen wero mistaken In their Ideas, as
the offerings decreased on tha advanced
niarkot.
A few of tho larger traders, who havo
been on the bull side Of corn for a fort
night or more, were moving cautiously
yesterday and advising their friends to
securo available profits Instead of load
lnpup with tho ye.low cereal around
Price coiuBiaer tne present high
Not In years have tho armors been
enabled to reap as rich harvest out of
tho Omaha and Chicago corn pits as has
been soen during the ist tew weeks.
Cash Corn wob unchanged to lo lower.
The wheat market was a tame affair
Jeeterday and prices were unchanged.
fhe only redeeming feature was the tuK
Ing by exporters of 270,0ft) bushels, which
yill probably be sent abroad In tho near
future.
Cash wheat was unchanged to 14c lower,
Oats were Inclined to follow corn yes
terday, Sales of cash oats were lio.OOO
bushels.
Cash oats wcro unchanged to Vio lower.
Clearances of corn were 1,000 buiitiola.
oats 8.00J busheis and wheat and flour
eual to 406,000 bushels.
Tho close at Liverpool was Ud higher
on wheat and unchanged to Vtd lower on
corn.
Primary wheat rocelpts wefo 1.4.AMM
bushels and shipments 625,000 bushels,
against receipts of 1,176,000 bushuU and
shipments of 605,000 bushels last eu.
Primary corn tecelpts were 4J2.00 obhels
and shipments 26s,0X bushels, against ro
celpts of iiM.tXW bushels and shlpmuntu of
S07,oOu bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1,107,000
busheis and shipments 6,2G1,00 bua.ie!
against receipts of 1,014,100 bushels and
shipments oi oM.OOo busheis last year.
CARLOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat, uorn. uaib.
Americas, lSe. blue, label brick. Uc, llm
berger, 2-lb.. 20c. New York, white, 19c
POULTRY-Ilror.ers, ao per lb.; hens.
16c; cocks, lie; ducks. ISflSoc: geese, lSo;
turkeys, 2flc, pigeons, per dux., $1.20;
roosters, 9c; ducks, full feathered. 10
12 Wc; fleets, full feathered, 10c; squabs,
No. 1, Jl.60; No. 2, 60c.
I1EKK CUTS No. 1 ribs. ltUa', No. 2
ribs, 14tto; No. 3 ribs, 124a No. 1 loins,
18Ho; No. 2 loins. 174c; No. 2 loins,
No. 1 chucks, llHc; No. 2 chucks. Ho: No,
1 chucks, lOiic No. 1 rounds. 14c: No. 2
rounds, llo; No. 3 rounds, 12Hc No. 1
plates, 7ic; No. 2 plates, 7tfo; No. 2
plates, 6Wc.
The following prices are rurnlthed by
the Qllllnsky Fruit company!
FIIUITS Washington apricots, per
orate, Jl.60; Wlckson large green plums,
per crate, $2.00; medium red plums, per
crate, H.00; largo blue plumb, per crate,
$1.00. Pears!' iMrtletts, per box, J2.76; 3
box lots. 32.CS. Pcaohest Per box, 83c;
Callfornln B Hardy pears, per box, J2.25;
Apples) Duchoss or Transparent, per
bu., Wc; E-bU. lots, S5o; 10-bu. lots, 80o.
Cantaloupes; Arlsoha standard, per
crate, SJ.26; Arliona Pony, per crate, $2.75;
Arizona Jumbo, per crate, $2.75. Oranges:
Extra fine Valencia. KS, 2S8 sues, per
box, $4.00; Sunklst Valenclas. 160, J4.60;
176, 200, 216, 260 sites, per box. $7.00. Crape
fruit: Florida. Indian lltver, 4$, 4. 64
sizes, $10.00. Cranberries; Evaporated,
carton containing 34 packages, per car-
ion, yi.tv. urapes; uaiiioriua, per crate.
MDW VftDi7 CTAPI M ADVPfpt,',shfr nnyight. &fo?-w; niWed
IMl II I U1UY O 1 UU1V llltllUVU 1 I 5 ouicners, ss.uuue.vo
Mexican Situation Conspicuous In
fluence in Wall Street.
TONE CONTINUES UNCERTAIN
Operation on Small Sci1e Daring
Afternoon nnil ?tnrkrt Kf
fects Partial Recovery
fronl Hnrller Setback. ,
NEW YOlllC, Aug. 19.-Tho Mexican
situation wub tho conspicuous Influence
In todny's stock market. "porls vcr
night that the relations existing botweon
this country nod Mexico had reached a
crisis wore responsible for depressing the
list, and although more reassuring state
ments wero received Inter, tho tone con
tinued uncertain. .........
Amctlcan stocks declined In London on
selling orders from this side. When
tradlnsr began In this market prices gave
way generally, with especial heaviness In
corpoiatlons which have Interests in
Mexico. . , , ...
Rninn larcft blocks wero unloaded early,
o. wniiiuium, . uuiv. . . " " . . . . . . .. ...... .
$1.85. Lemons: Kxlra fancy Sunklst, ! but pressure
. iww oxwa choice lied " ? .Y, HmnitlnK
good heavy. JS 20
es.w. ...
HHKKl' AND LAMIJH Receipts, 4,tHV
hciul; market steady, muttons, M.3HH.O0;
yearlings, SS.0f6.W; lambs, JS.001f7.80.
KntiMts Clt- I.tvv Stock Market.
KANSAS CITV. Aug. 19.-CATTLK
Receipts J1.O0O head! market steady:
prlmo fed steers, Js,Mir.W; dressed beef
steer. $7.60ft.10; wtwtern steers, $6.00
8.00; southern steers, $,Kr&Ui oows, J.W
4JG.M); heifers, l.7f.fiS.7S; stockcrs and
feeders, J5.5OffS.00; bulls, $ 25tl ; calves,
$S.&0$3V.2S.
HOOS-Itecelpts. 7,000 head! market, 10
to lBo up) bulk, $M0fS."0; heavy, $S.50
S.08; packers and butchers, $S.ifS.7i;
light. $8.0tTH.7T; plRs, $5.B0iiC.5a
SHEEP AND LAMUS-Hecelpts. 6.000
headi market Ko to IRo hlghur; lambs,
HOMnEO; yearlings, $UOM.7R; wethors,
$l.5006.; owes, $3,7664..
.Mnnx- ntr I. Ire .Slock Sfnrket,
BlOt'.V CITY. Ia Aug. 1 9. CATTLE
Receipts, l,4tt) head: market, strong: na-.
tlvo steors, $4.76fiR W: ciinners, $3.604.M:
bulls, stags, etc., $3.10fi.O0.
HOGS-llccclpts. r..B00 head: market,
fftdy; . heavy. $7,401)7.60: mixed. $7.Mtp
tjp; light, $7.0OO.ii bulk ot sales, $7.60
C7.75.
SllEEP AND LAMHS-Recelpts, 100
nrau.
and SCOe. tier box.
liall, 300s and 300s. per box, $9.0&
VEQETAI1LES Potatoos, largo Cob
bler, per bushel, 80c. Onions, California,
largo yellow, per pound, IW. Tomatoes,
homegrown, per market basket, BOc; B
crate lotB, 45c. Watermelons, Alabama
sweet, per pound, IVjc; 6-rate lots, put
pound. iic.
ticavnu tit. ...... "en - , . .
i,..., timirra nt tlin session HmcItinR
showed a three, point loss, Amalgamated
nnd Union. Pacific were two points off,
and tho actlvo hst generally one or mom
Operations wore on a Bmall scale
through the afternoon ana the market
.rrA.i n nnrtlnl recovery. Tho demand,
apparently, came largely from the shorts.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Most Kinds of Cattle Slow to Ten
Cents Lower.
HOGS BRINQ STEADY FAUCES
Sheep and Lnmtis More Unite Freely
At (Joort, Rtrndr Prices Pmc
tlcallr Hrerythlnn (tells at
Itensonnbly Ilarly llonr.
HQUTIl OMAHA, Aug, 19, 1M3.
HeCelptt were! Cattle Hotjs. Bheep.
Oriicnu .Monday........ 0,977 2.(01 1".'
KstlmaU Tuosday 4,800 6,700 16,000
Two days this week, .11,777 C 604 J,7
8sms day- last week...lO,lU lfi,CCl 2,U
Sumo days 2 wks axo.,U,'J&3 16.B7S 41,323
Same days 3 wks ago.. fi,M irs330 26,140
Same days 4 wks ago,. 6,007 1(,614 23.113
Same days last yar,..12,m 11,633 47.U9
Tho following table shows the receipts
ot cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha ilve stock market for the year
xo aate as compared with last year:
1913. ml. Inc. Hce.
Cattle ........ tll.wO 521,o30 ...... T,4M
Hog UUi,lA7 :,lil,KI& SS4.0U3
Shrep ........ 1,3W,J6S l,ltW,472 3S.2V6
The following tablo knows the raiuu ot
price tor nogs at South Dinah (or ins
2 coKl tX C CO
n feeders.. 11
1 feeders, .114.4
21 feeders.. 1311
Co., Wyoming.
IS sters....ll0l 6 7S
14 steers... .1071 ft 75
41 steers,,, .1100 7 on
43 steers.,. .1178 7 00
s feeders, i so 6 oo
2 rceders., $70 6 60
WTOMINO.
44 feeders. ,1117 7 1 bull UI0
17 cows 1124 7 03
31 steers.. .1113 A 70
40 feeders,. 1003 7 W
141 steers.,. lOtS 7 40
Kendrlcks &
4(1 steers.,, .lOftS 73
21 steers... .113$ ft 75
,-tt steers... .107( 78
43 steers... .1IM 7 00
47 steers... .1173 7 00
MONTANA.
44 steers.. ,.1118 ft 33
SOUTH DAKOTA.
1 coaw UN 4 75 7 cows.,... m
1 bull 10W S 33
6 feedeni.. 7 30
33 feedcrs..H02 7 00
4 heifers... CtO 10
I oow 340 I 10
J. W.
1$ feeders., 107S 7 26
II steers., ..1194 ft so
J. C,
11 cows.,... 913 4 00
5 calves,.. 217 00
j 43
Y 00
J 00
7
2 onwa,....116R
C feeders.. 062
40 feeder..llv0
6 IS
5 W
7 00
l)rr Unntln Mnrket.
NEW YOltK. Aug. 19.W.DHV OOOOS
v nitons k'oiKis mnr mi aiimin aton.! ...
Flho and fancy worsted dress for fall ! last tew days, with uimpsrlsonsr
navo ueen sola to the capacity of tho
largest mill In this country. Foreign silk
ribbons are having n largo sale.
89
2t6
73
Do
78
Chicago 346
Minneapolis iw
Duluth 71
Omaha ioj
KahsdA City 19
St. Lbuls 63
AVlnnlnee 119
The following cash sales were reported:
Wluat: No. 2 hard winter. 1 ear, Bltto:
2 cars, 81c; ! cars. SO&c. No. 3 hard winter, 1
car (darn;, tuc; i car, euo. no. t naru winmr
1 car (smut), 78c. No. 3 spring, 1 car, 80o.
No. 2 durum, 1 car. 80c. No. 3 mixed. 1
car, 81c: 2 cars, SOWc. No grade, 1 car
(smut). 75o. Rejected, 1 car. ice. Itye: No.
2, 1 car, 67q. No. 3, 1 car, CflVifl. Corn: No.
S white. 5 cais, 720. No, 3 white, 1 car,
73 Ho; 2 cats, 7Jc. No. 2 yellow. 6 cars,
73c; & carer 72c. No. 3 yellow, 19 dais,
72o. NO 4 yellow, 2 cars, 72Hoi 1 car, 72ci
1 par, 71!4c. No. 2 mixed, 2 cars, 72ttc
No. 3 mixed, 1 car, 72io:. 4 cars. 72)4c. No.
4 mixed, 2 cars, 72c. No grade, 1 car
(wheat mixed), 72c.Oats: Standard, 2
cars. 4li4c: 1 car, 41o. No. 3 whiter 13 cars,
41c; 12 cars,.40?ic No. 4 white. 3 cars, 40c
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat, No. 2 hard,
80i&8Ulo Ao. 3 hard, SQttftla; No. 4 hard,
(badly sweated), 78c; rejected hard, 76p;
No. 3 spring. SOfta; No. 2 durum, Wc; No.
S mixed. SOViOMc; no grude. 75c. Corn, No.
2 white. 73yitJ734.c: No. 2 yellow, 72H
73c: No. 3 yellow, 72fccj. No. 4 yellow, 71i
tll2c;' Na. X 72HKc: No. 72Q72((ibr
No. 4, 7273Hc; no grade, 72?4c. Oats,
standard, liu41Uc; No. 3 white, 4WC(41c;
No. 4 white. 4014c. Itye, No. 2, 7oi No.
3. WVio.. .
ClilpAGO OIIAIN AND PltOVIBIONA
Features . of the Tradlnsr nnd Clostuw
' 1'rlccs on Board at Trade.
CHICAGO, Aug. 19. drain markets
were, today; lower all around. Corn, al
though It has lost most ot Its activity,
continued to be the center of Interest.
Net -losses of Vt to KVKo were recorded
In corn, teQo to ia-Ho In wheat and He
In oats. Provisions closed Irregular, 2Vic
lower to 7tta higher.
Selling of corn by Influential longs de
pressed that market after a little bulgo In
September. Selling pressure was felt
early -in the session, tho bears accepting
reports of scattering rains In the corn
belt (most of It. however, outside at tho
southwest) as being benoflclal, though
some experts held that tho fall was too
light to help the drouth Parched corn
much. Much ot the bearish feeling dis
played by the market was due to the be
lief that a', reaction was duo utter the long
continued period of bullish control. Olds
from the Eouth at' figures over Chicago
prices failed to rally tho market, nor did
the fact that cash receipts were very
light help the bulls.
In oplto of some anxiety over probable
damaging effects of too much rain in the
Canadian- northwest wheat was on the
downgrade nearly tho entire session. An
advance of Ud In Liverpool closing prices
did not sustain tho local market and it
sagged with corn. Prospects of Increased
Whent stocks In the southwest by the
middle of September also served to send
prices down. Free selling ot oats Weak
ened prices after a good opening, and tho
market also followed tho dip in corn.
Investment buying and covering by
shorts gave strength to provisions for
most, of tho day, but at the clpsa froe
offerings caused recessions in most ot tho
list
Following Is the range ot futures;
Sky.
A.hlnnrl. Neh...ltl2 73 .00 Clear
Auburn, Nob.., 98 71 .0 Pt. Cloudy
Broken Bow... 93 C9 .10 Pt. Cloudy
Columbus, Nob. 96 68 .31 rt. Cloudy
nulbertnon 100 03 1.07 Clear
Falrbury, Neb. .101 73 .00 Pt. Cloudy
Fairmont, Neb. 98 74 .00 Pt. Cloudy
Grand Island... 95 71 .00 Cloudy
Hnrtlntrtnn !)4 70 .01 Cloudy
Hastings 9 71 .00 Pt. Cloudy
Holdrege, Neb.. 95 73 .00 Cloudy
l.lnonlr, Knh...1()0 73 .00 CloUdV
North Platte... 91 C8 .60 Pt. Cloudy
Oakdale, Neb... 91 73 .00 Cloudy
Omaha, Neb.... 97 76 .00 Clear
Tekamah 98 71 .00 Clear
Valentine 93 70 .00 Pt. Cloudy
Alta, Itt 85 66 . 40 Clear
Carroll. Ia 91 CT 00 Pt. Cloudy
Clarlnda, la. ...100 69 .00 Clear
Sibley, la....... 84 CS .08 Cloudy
Slpux City la. 86 74 .00 Clear
Not Included In averages.
Minimum temperature tor twelvo
hour period ending at 8 a. m.
2J.200 74 H 71
MISCELLANEOUS Roasting ears, per nlthouir In some Quarters It was sold that
toz., lc; Michigan celery, per dos 35o; . investment buying exercised an influence.
Mntt' cldnr. uer keir. 13.60: Nehnwko I t fntlnwl thA decline Am oft a by
cider, per keg, $3,251 asparagus, per dox.. soiling slocks here. Bales for foreign ao
Mo: rhubarb, per dor.. 20c: onions, per . count ran between 40,000 and 30,000 shares,
dox.. 20c : new beets, carrots, turnms. ner !.. nffnrinirs of Amalgamated.
per aox mo; neau lettuce, per aoz., i.w;
homegrown leaf lettuoe, per doz.. 200;
green peppers, per basket. Wc: wax or
green beans, per basket, $1.00; hothouse
cucumbers, per doz.. 40a to 60a; cauli
flower, Per lb., lOSUVic: Venetian garlic,
per lb., UV4c; new cabbage, per lb.. So;
eggplant, per dox., $1.30; horseradish, 2
dot. bottles In case, per case, $1.90;
Dromedary brand dates, pkg $3.00;
Anchor brand dates, pkg $2.S; walnuts.
No. 1 soft shell, per lb,. 20a; medium
pecans, per lb., 13rtc: jumbo pecans, per
lb., Uo', giant pecans, Louisiana, paper
shell, per lb., 25c: filberts, per lb io;
Drake almonds per lb. 15c, paper shell,
l$c; Brazils, per lb., 10c; large washed,
per lb., 12c; black walnuts, per lb., 2tto;
raw No. 1 peanuts, per lb,. 7c; Jumbo pea
nuts, per lb., 8c: roost peanuts, per lb.,
Slic: shellbark hlckorynute, per lb., 4o
white rice popcorn per lb., 4ci checkers,
Ber 100-package case, $3.50; checkers, per
l-pkg. case, $1.75; Leslie berry boxes,
quarts, per 1,000. $2.78.
Corn nnd Wlient Iteetnn Bnlletln.
United StatcB Department of Agrlcul
turo, weather bureau, for Omaha for ths
twenty-four hours ending at 8 a. in., 7Sth
meridian time, Tuesday, August 19, 1913.
OMAHA DISTRICT STATIONS.
ToinD. llaln-
Statlon. High. Low. fall,
SCO
4,800
v
Thieats ot renewed dlstutbaneo In the
TiniU'nn art uneasiness regarding tno
monetary situation at Berlin gave the
foreign news u bearish aspect.
Bonds were Irrogu or. Union Paclf o
convertibles and ltock Island collaterals
wcro especially heavy. ioiai eairs,
value, $900,000.
United States and Panama 3s, coupon,
declined V4 on call.
Numbor of sales and lendlnff quotations
on stocks were as follows: .
tIMfa. uu..
IT1
MVi
MVk
M
44
4
234
A
MH
94
inn
2t
t
ni
ISO
i
34
MH
t
130
10V
Si
e,oc o mi
1,000
900
t6H
w
00 MH MH
1100
3,400 5UH
57U
Hi"
No. of
District Stations.
Columbus, 0 18
Louisville, ity... s
lnHlntlRnolls 14
Chicago. 111. t..... 24 :
St.' LoUlS, MO..... 19
Dcs Moines, ia.. "
Mltincatiollfl 61
Kansas City ?4
Omaha i
ArUcle.Open. Hlgh. Low Close.l Tes y.
AVbeatl I
8ept87B7m
ueciww
Jlay.
Corn; ,
Sept.
Dec
May.
Oiiu; "
Sept
Dec.
.May,
Pork:
Seot
Jan..
Lard!
Sept,
Oct.
Jan.,
Ribs:
Sept.
Oct,
Jan..
75140.
C3H4!
,70H
431
45T.I
431
21 10
19 a
11 27-32
11 35
10 87-WI
11 57-67
U 33-35
10 27-30
89fi!
94H
70W60H4
87H
Wh
95i
'75T1
43i
46
4SS1i
21 10
13 55
11 32H
11 K
10 90
11674
11 Si
10 30
42U
44!i
20 D5
19 35
11 17141
11 Si
10 S2V4
11 32-35
11 17-20
10 20-22
S6i
74Hi76'
42i
45V4WH
4Sl.
20 95
19 45
11 20
11 35
10 90
11 40
11 30
10 30
SIM
MM
75H
70
43 1:
454
7i
21 00
19 45
11 27
11 35
10 &2V4
11 42
li i
10 224
iChlcago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
red, MMiSSHc; ;0. j red, 86HQc: No. 2
hard. 87ite6$Vic; No. 3 hard. MU&S80: No.
1 northern, SitttfKHc; No. 2 northorn, 90
4llHo; No. 3 northern, &6&0c: No. 2
spring, oo$9ic; No. 3 spring, ssr.oc: vcl
vet chaff. 87691c: durum. SlfttOc. Corn
No. 2, 7777Vio No. 2 white, i7c: No. 2
yellow, 77&n'.ic: No. 3, 77c; No. 3 whlto,
H4i77Uc: No. 3 yellow, 77fi77Wc Oats;
No. 2 whUe. 43c; No. 3 white, 42V41i43Uc;
standard. 4$fH4c. Itye: No, 2, 67yC7Hc
Barley: . 65&74c. Timothy: $l.5tff6.40.
Clover: $10.0oa 14.00. Pork: $20.76. Lardi
wi.iv. inns: iio.90C12.00.
BUTTER-Steady; creameries, 26647c,
lsuus wigntiy firmer: receipts, 10.977
cases; ui rnarK, cases included, !Siil9c:
ordinary firsts, 18V40194c; flrts, iUi&ttc.
1'OTA'iuts- irmer; receipts. 65 cars:
Minnesota, and Ohio, 45251c; Jersey cob-
IXJULTRY-Unchanged.
OMAHA GBNEHALMAniCET.
Temo. Rain.
High. Low. tall.
92
94
91
88
98
90
82
93
96
68
68
70
68
72
70
62
72
72
AirIitm.ted Coppr ...
Atiwrlcan Asricullurl ..
American nt Sur....
Amfrlctn Ctn
American Cb. pM
Amerloan C. K....
Amertcia Cotton Oil
American Ice Beeurltlea..
American Llneecl ......
American LoromotlT ...
American 8. & It........
American 8. ft It., pM..
American fluar iwllnln
Amerloaa T. A T
American Tobacco
Abaconila Mlnlnc Co....
Atohtsofl
Atehlaon, pM
Atlantic Coaat Line ....
naltlmore Ohio
Iitthlfhem' Hteel
nreoklyn lUpM Trantlt..
Canadian Pacific, .
Central Leather
Chcupeake & Ohio
Chicago Great Wealern..
Cnlcae.0, M. It SU P...
Chloaco ft N. W....
Colorado F. I
OollaoUdated (la
Corn Producti H
Delaware A lludton
Renter & lllo arande,.., ......
Denrer ft It O., pfd
Dletlller' Securltlea .... ......
Erie .100
ICrle. Itt pM 200
Krle. 2d ptd
General Electrlo 200 111 ,
arm Northern, ptd..,.. too U7U
Great Northern or eti
Illinois Central
inlertwreuah-toet , I'KI
InterlwrnuRh-Mft., ptd... 1.400
international Harreater,, .(....
lnter-3Iarlne, ptd 1
Internationa) Taper .... ......
International Pump ...... ......
Kanaaa city Bouineru... 200
Laclede On ............. ......
Mhlgh Valley 1.000
LeulitlMe A. Naahrllle
M., Ht. P. ft B. Bte. M. 600
Mliteurl, K. & T . too
MtMourt 'fltls 2,000
Natlonit niisult ..i
National Lead
33t4
I
1.400
'i.'ioo
211 H
'tiii'
130
11
130
101
4H
1KH
1H
4
16
iiaii
It
i"
iii"
23i
31
40 1 t n. It. of M., 2d pfd. 1,000 Wi it
.50
.50
.70
.60
.50
.00
.30
.50
BUTTER No. 1. Mb. cartons, 29c; No.
1, 00-lb. tubs, 2SV4c: No. 2. 2Cc.
KISH-Whlte, fresh. 12e; trout, tresh.
lc. large rrapples, fresh, 13c; Spanish
mackerel, 15c; shad roe. per pair, 40e;
salmon, fresh, 15c; halibut, fresh, 10c;
buffalo. 9c: bullheads, 13c; rhannel rat
fnh, 16c ; pike. lJc; pickerel, He.
CHEESE imported Swiss, S2e; Ameri
can Hwlss, 2c; block Swiss, Hi; twins.
17c; daisies, 174c, triplets. 17&; young
Tho weather continues very warm over
all, except tho northern portion or tno
corn ana wnem icp,iun, ..tieciaiuicB
nf 100 or above were recorded In Ne
braska, Kansas, Iowa and Missouri. Rains
were general in inu luumeuijuiis aim win
caeo districts, and showers were scat
tered over other districts. Rains of one
Inch Or more uvjiiuiicu ui mo u,uwijis
stations: In NobrasKar-uuiDertson, i.Oi.
In North Dakota-Bottineau, 1.80; Bow-
bells, l.w; itiiiiui, i.w. ah A.i.iiu.o will.
cago. -
Local Forecaster Weather Bureau.
Available Supplies.
MTT..W vnnif. ausl IS. Bradstrcet's ad
vices bIiow tho following changes: Avail
able supplies: Wheat, United rimtos, east
of Rockies, increase, oai.uw uubucib.
United States, west of Rookies, Increaso,
117,000 bushels; Canada, decrease, 875,00a
bushels. Afloat for and In Europe, In
crease, 4,JUO,0W. TOiai increase, i,aiu,vw
bushels. Corn, united mates anu uaiuuiu,
decerase, 1,827,000 bushels, Oats, Umtcd
States ana cantuia, increuou,
bushels.
Liverpool Ornln Market.
LIVERPOOL. Aug. 19. WHEkVT-.fepot
market steady; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s dnd!
na 7 Mi No. 3. 7s 2 'Ad: lutures steaUV
October, 7s ld; December, 7s ld.
CORN tspot maraei Btrong; niepcan
nnw. no stock: American mixed
new, kiln dried, 6d: American mixed oil,
no stock: American mixed old, via Gal
veston, 6s 7d; rutures steaay; ocpieinner
LaPlata. 4s lOTid; Octobor LaPlata, 5s
id.
jievr York General Market.
tmttiv TOttK. Auk. 19 SUGAR Raw.
firm; refined, steady; prices, unchanged.
BUTTKll rirm; receipts, iuub.
CHEESE Firm; receipts, 7,231 cases.
EGOS Firm; receipts, 18,310 cases, ,
mrrwiiY- Dressed. IrreKUlar: fresh
killed western ohlokens;17Cjp23c; fowls, 15&
019ric; turkeys, 19020c.
Knnan City Urnin nnu l'roriamna.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. AUg. 19.-WJ1KAT
Cash: No. 2 hard. Sinews; No. 3.
RlUn- No. 2 red. Si'at&v.c: no. j. Kitmc.
CORN-No. 2 white, 77Ho No. 3, 74H
OATS P0. i wnue, UTyuiiu, iu,
mixed, 42c.
RYE-c.
St. Louis General Market.
RT. LOUIS. AUf. 19..-WHEAT-NO.
red, 90fl92c: No. 2 hard, 87092c; Septem
ber. 87tto; May, Wttnaotto. ,
CORN No. 2, 77Q77HC: No. 2 white, Mcj
a V -l-l n . ln,.
KC(CII1UC(. .7w.
OATS-No, 2. 437M3HC! No. 2 White, 43li
(H3Vic: rjoptemoer, aiay, uuc
RYE-477MC
Metal Mitrkrt.
NEW YORK. Aug. 19. METALS-CoP
per, firm! standard spot to October, $14.7$
ttlo.W, electrolytic, io..ji.w; lane, fio.vu;
casting. $13.63(215.75. Tin: Easy? spot,
$11,25341.50; August 3tM2Hl.S7; Sep tern-
tr. s0.874L12: October. S4O.62iMl.O0. An
tlmony: Dull; Cooksons, $,l.03.M. Iron:)
3ieuQy. iiu. HVl IUCI 11, fU.tfVUlU.MI.
London markets closed as follows: Cop
per: Easy; spot, 63 Us: futures, 68 16s.
Tin: Quiet; spot. 187 5s; futures, 186.
Iron: Cleveland warrants, 64sl0d.
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. Aug. 13. COTTON Fu.
tures opened steady: August, H.tSc; Sep
tember, 11.20c: October, 11.16c; November,
ll.OSc: December, ll.llc: January, 10.99c;
March. ll.OSo; May, H-OOOo.
LIVERPOOL. Aug. 19.-COTTON Spot
In fair demand and steady; middling fair,
7.0d; good middling, 6.81d; middling 6.43d;
low middling, 6.29d; good ordinary, 5.73d;
ordinary. 6.3d; sales, 8,000 bales.
.
Coffee 3fttrk't.
NEW YORK, Aug. 19. COFFEE After
opening steady, unchanged to 4 points
lower, the coffee market was steadied on
milieu. Demand was not active, but
there was, enough buying to send prices
New York Central
New York. O. ft W...
Norfolk & Wtittrn
North American ........ '.
Northern Picltle ,'. .' 1,000 111H
.raclflo Mall
PenneylYlnla EDO 112
reopie-s uu ,
P., C, C. ft St. L
Flttaburrh Coal '.
retard Meet car ,.. .....
Pullman Palace Car
Reading 27,400 160 SI(
lUruMlc i. ft 8
Renubllo I. A B.. nla... ......
Ilock letaiid Co 1,300
hock iinna uo., pra.,.. w
Pt. L. & R. V.. 3d ptd., ......
axaboard Air Line ....-,
Seaboard A. L.. ptd...., iw
Bloes.BhaUleld 8. & I
(Viuthern I'aclflo ,,, 11,900
Southern runway
Tenneaeee Conner ....... ' -"i
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. Jf.K.V.'l0K Atlg. 19.-EVAPOIUT10I)
APPLES-Qulet. but firm.
DRIED FRUITS Prunes Inactive, but
steady; nprlcots, peaches nnd raisins firm.
Recall Election is
Invoked Against a
Woman in California
HANKOUD, Col., Aug. 19,-Tho first re
call election aver called against a woman
county official lit Callfornla-ptarhupa tho
filet over Invoked against a woman any
where will bo held In icings county
September 28 to determine whethor Mrs.
N E. Davidson shall retain the office
o county superintendent of schools, a
position she has held for olven years
Tho dato wan flxOd today by tho uounty
supervisors.
The recall election Is nn outgrowth of
t!lt case of Thomas J. Poesman. prlnct-
pn. of tho Hanford High school, who was
Date. iu. Utu.ia.,uw,,iw,ie..)l)r7
7 271 7 7t 1 itl
1 Ml 81 7 411 it 40
7 Xl 7 83 7 3t 6 tOl
1 ill I iui I i t ti
8 06
8 16
8 24
8 30
ti 24i 7 72!
7 41
7 41
e
7 C4
7 07
8 77HI COl7ll 8 23 7 04) 0 31 6 70
6 21
Oil
o Mi
A 44
41
6 $0
I S3
& M
ft8
t 74
& .2
E 76
S74
AUg. . 8 IS I 7 Mi
Aug. 10i 7 ,
AUg. 11 8 1ST. I
Aug. 12. 7 kb. 8 04
Aug. 1$. 7 8 0s
Aug. 14. 7 7oV 8 111 7 10
AUg. 16. 7 -,3y, h 12 7 09
Aug. 18, 7 77H 8 14 7 17
Aug. 17. I I 08 7 17
All. l.i t 7iH I 7 17
Aug.19.
aunday.
Receipts and disposition ot livo stock
at tho Union Stock yards, Boutli Omaha,
for the twenty-four hours ending at 3
p. m. yesterday:
RECEIPTS CARS.
Cattle. Hogs. 8 hoop.
C, M. &St P 2 8..
Wabash , u
Missouri Paclrlo 0
Union Pncifiu ss 17 82
C. & N. V cast 1 10 ,.
C. fe N. W.. west 29 23 23
C., St. P., M, & 0 10
C li. & Q east 81
C, U. tic. q., west tc
C, R. I. &. P., west 1
C, R. 1. Vc P., cast 3
Illinois Central 2
2 oows 810 i 75
Agnow.
10 cows 974 t 33
Btott.
1$ steers.... 4tti 6 75
7 calves... 144 t 60
NIlMala A Pn
3 cows 1118 0 10 3 caws llffi 4 73
3 caivos... 330 7 76 stags 1JH w
It
7 7G
7 33
C 33
WOULD CHEOUPEED MAM
Many Casualties in Ses Moines Rouse
the Citizens,
BOULEVARD DWELLERS ACT
Numerous Accident Cnnsetl hr Ileck-
less Drlvlnnr llnre ftbuaeil Pnb
llc to Demnrtil alorc Core on
1'nrt ot Motorists.
'70
C 90
7 00
700
6 40
20
50
I
n
3
loo
01
Totals 198
DISPOSITION-HEAD. ,
Cattlo, Hogs. Bheep.
I Morris & Co
T nwif, t. f ...
313
charged with Immoral and unprofessional .f,, "', 512
rntuinrt n,i ,ie.... Cudaliy Packing Co.. ..1,012
conduct and whoso teacher's certificate
wa rovoked by the County Hoard ot
Education, of which Mrs. Davldton .a
secretary cx-offlclo. Her friends assert
that HosBman and hia supporters brought
the movement for recall In retaliation
Mine Worker Chief
Presents Ultimatum
TRINIDAD, Colo., Aug. 19.-Frank J.
Hayes, national vice president of tho
United Mlno Workers of America, to
night formally delivered his ultimatum
to tho operators in Mlnlnir District Nn.
, , , , . "r I nowincimu
15, comprising Colorado, Utah and New Mo. & Kan. Calf Co..,
.Mexico,
Armour & Co...
Bchwartx ft Co ,
J W, Murphy....... ..
Lincoln Packing Co...,
Sinclair
cudaliy, country,.....,
Hwitt, c6untry.........,
W. II. Vansant Co
Ronton, Vansant & L
Krey Pack. Co
Hill & Hon
K. R. Lowls
Huston & Co......
J. II. Root St. Co
J. If. Uulla
L. V. Hum
Rosonstock Hros
MoCreary & Kellogg.
Worthelmcr & Degen.
H. K. Hamilton........
Hulllvau Hros.
Rothschild
to mo effect that operators
must grant hint and his associates, m
representatives of thq union, a confer
ence, to determine upon arbitration ot
tho minors' proposition. Tho operators
tonight havo not reiterated thalr
jtlon that tho conference would not be
granted to union men as such under any
circumstances. Vice President .Hayes
stated a strike would be called Immedi
ately In that oven and declared tho union
haH $100,000 with which to financo the
beginning nt the strike.
United Mates Realty ...
United ma.tei uauiwr ,
United Statu gteel
United titatta steel, pfd
Utah Copper , ,
Va.-Car. chemical
Watwih.
Wabaib, rfd ,.
WMern Maryland
Weatern Union
Weitlnthouie Klertrlo
a'v . . ,. . .....
M MR, U.TIV ., ,,,,, ,,,,,
Total tales for tho day, I3J.C0O iharea.
London Stock JInruet.
S0?1' A."s- "American securities
opened Irregular today. Realising sales
depressed Prices during tho first hour,
Canadian Pacific leading the decline. At
noon Southern Paciflo was 4 higher,
wh'lo rest of the list ranged from Jn.
changed to 1 below parity.
coniola, money 73ViOrand Trunk
do ccounta.....,,, 7IMllllnol Central..,
Amtl. Cbptxsr....... 76HMo., K. ts. T
Atchison tt Boutham' i acltlo.
Canadian I'aclflc.aJU Union 1'aolfie,.,,
Ht. Paul 110 U. B. Bteel, ......
Dene tc ltii J... -1U
SILVER Bur, steady at 27Ud per or.
MONEY-2 per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short b lis Is 3i per cent; for three
months' bills, 313-18 per cont.
Hoi ton Mlntntr ntovkii.
nOSTON, Aug. 19,-Closlng quotations
mi uosion biocks ana oonus:
Allouei MS Mohawk
Amal. Copper 734 N'srada Con
A. Z. U & 8 llN'IplMln Mlnea ..
Arliona Com 214 North Uutlo
II. t C C , M. M North Lake
Cal. & Arliona .... Oia Dominion
ral. & Hecla 411 Oareola
Centennial ISUQulncy
Copper Rans C, C. 40 Hhannon
ICaat nutte C. M... ilTllftiDCiior
Kranklln 44 Superior ft II. M...
SHOWERS CONTINUE TO'
FALL IN PARTS OF KANSAS
KANSAS CXTV, Mo., Aug. 19 Heavy
sliowers over a large portion of Kansas
and Missouri today, with a prospect of a
continuation of rainfall (onlght, caused
the local weather forecaster to express
tho opinion that tho, Iqng drouth ts ef
fectually broken. Heavy rains tell In
southwestern Kansas today, In some
places the rainfalf being one and one.half
Inches.
There wero portions of Kansas, how
ever, where the heat nnd drouth con
tinued unabated. At Clay Center, where
the maximum temperature of th year
was recorded, no rain has fallen for fifty
days.
.no
.Ur
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O ran by Con ....
ureena canaaea
!5
27 H
4
49
M
60
'4
4
424 Tamarack' :j
U. B. H., ju ft M. 87
III Royal Copper, l4i do pfd 4711
Kerr Lake CTttltah Con J.2
Laka Copper WHUuh Copper Co.... (04
1 Hall Copper
Miami uopptr
i Winona
21 Wolverine
1U
414
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Aug. l.-MONKV-On
call, steady; 2iff2Vi per cent; ruling rate,
tVt per cent; closing bid. 224c. Tine
loans, steady; sixty days, 3V4.4H per cent;
ninety days, 4i per cent; six months, 5W
iJ5i per cent.
llnnk Clenrlnics.
OMAHA, Aug. 13. nank clearings for
today are $S,(y4,720M and 12,445 &06.4i for
the corresponding day last year.
CHICAGO LIVK STOCIC MAltKCT
Cattle Steady o Hlinile Lntver Hheep
(Itendy to N Iron or.
CHICAGO, Aug. 1. CATTLE-Rocelpts,
4, WW head; market steady to shade lower;
beeves. 37.00(39 00; Texas steers, M.7Mf7.70;
western. 36.20tjf7.60; stookers and feeders,
3S.4$m90: rows and heifers, I3.tious.20;
calves, S3.00t810.7S.
weak to shade lower; bulk of sales, S7.b0
08.40; light. s.otjo.oo; mixed, r.408.&5
heavy, 3T.2Ogs.G0; rough, I7.2W7.45; pigs,
S4.3038.10.
HHKKP AND I-uMMRB-Recelpts. 2S.O0O
neaa: marKot steaay to nirong; natives,
S2 0V34.7S; western, t3.W34.76, yearlings,
tl.S&piC : lambs, native, 33.2&S7.73; west
ern, 15.7637.76.
St. I.oiiln I.lve StfaU 3fHrkrt.
HT. IOri8, Aug. 19.-OATTLK He.
2 to 7 joints net higher. Close was.rulpts, 6,000 head; southerns 10c higher;
steady, not unchanged to 4 points higher. natives steady; good to choice steers, $7.36
ugust, s.Yic, oepiemuer, o.ic, ucioDer. . i.w; siuuKem nnu leeoers, atjbni af;
a.Hc, December, S tJr; March. 9.30c; May,
'j.Xc; July, 9.c. ripot steauy; itio 7s,
vUc Santos, 4s. 12Q12HC, mild, dull; Cor
dova, l3l(c(npmlnaL
cows und lielfers. t4.S&4f8.76: bulls. t,',.7.Vfi:
f.7.r.: calves, plUXU 10.00; southern ftecrs,
au Aa ia: oows ana lienors. .aTi,w.
ENLARGED PHOTO ENRAGES
SUBJECT OF ART OBJECT
Oscar Olson, Forty-eighth and Maple
streets, came home from work n)l peeved
yesterday evening. The first thing
that met his eye was an enlarged photo
graph of himself and which, according
to Olson, resembled a hateful neighbor.
Picking up a chair he hurled It through
tho frame, tearing the picture to tatters.
Neighbors called the police and a charge
of abusing his wife was lodged against
him, which Is a striking example of the
consistency of. certain policemen. Olson
was discharged by Judge Aldstadt this
morning.
677
2tt
10
IKS
116
t
210
122
77
133
67
34
137
50
1
233
32
131
33 ;
63
W
1118
1,303
2,Kl
1,935
XS)
270
73
.....
L83l)
2,246
1,132
2,dC0
IU7
m
t...
... . .
. .
.
4 feeders.. 347 7 10 13 cows 323
13 cows.. ...104 10 S calves... 1W
KMpatrtck liros,
44 feeders.. 1173 7 33 41 feeders,. 1174
13 feeders. ,1172 7 33 10 feeders.. 021
Hdutti Dakota H. B. Wear.
14 steers. ...1134 7 30 23 steers. ...11SS
, J. M. Arnett.
11 f.,Wa.. 711 A 00 6 feeders.. S5T
C cows 1074 4 sr. 3 heifers... 774 4) 00
Colorado mevins re ivimmons.
55 steers. ...1117 7 00 46 atoert.i..U43
4 steers. ...11 7 00
Wyomlng-.MIilwe. fJ,
3 cows PO 6 l 6 stook's... KA
4 fredors.. 730 7 00 7 steers,... M4
7 steers. ...1137 7 00
A. J. Hampton.
8 feeders. .1153 7 40 33 steer. ...1356
3 Cows 1170 0 20
HOOB Receipts for today amounted to
about 101 cars, or 6.700 head, making tho
two days' total 0,604. This Is nearly 7.JW
smaller than last week, nnd la over 3,000
lighter than the corresponding days a
CTTndowa slow In starting this inorn
Ing. Ohlppers bought quite a number of
loads at about steady prices, lynr as
high as W.33 for somo pretty Kp,d,V'"f
stuff. Packers made their first bids ut
generally steady prices, and. whl o sales
men held off for Suite whhe. th-y wurd
unablo to do any better and In tho end
most of the sales were made pn a JV
basis. Values wero slightly un1re
prloes looking in some caws to u
stronger and In others not quite so kWd
as ywtterday. On tho whole. However,
the market showed but II .JiJi
llulk of, the sales, wero made at i7j.0il
7.75. Owing to tho Inclination Of salssmrn
n trv for stronger prices tho movement
w'asathSr.low'itnd it wa. 10io nefor
the moderate supply was finally
cleaned up.
Representative m
No. At. Hh. rr.
M 1M 10 7
1 174 to 7 to
14 til 30 7 M
U ..104 10 1 II
41 110 ... J"
10 .144 ... 7M
47 1 7
61 ilVO 10 7 474
M 117 ... 7 70
S3, 30 ... 7 70
(1 147 1M 7 70
44 117 140 7 70
!..... ..92 HO 7 70
li tno ttt) 7 70
11 154
41 til
(0. ...... Itl
CO tno
14 147
l 0S
11. ,,.,..171
II.
CI.
40 317
t)7 7
co ut
71 MS
It i.SN
...
t 70
1 70
IN 7 ?0
10 j 70
... 1 70
... 7 70
40 7 70
...RQ 110 t Tltt
.171 ... 1 '
... 7 74
M 7 714
7,175
Otlior buyers .., ,.
Totals 4,631 7,012 18.8U
C.i.ii Cattlo receipts this morning
numbered lui cars making the run for
the two days this week 11,77' head, tho
luregtt ot uhy similar period sinoe the j
beginning ot tho rungs season, but at tho 1
same tnuo smaller than the correspond
ing period a year ugo by about 1,200 head.
Tne arrivals consisted largely ot west
erns, with a liberal sprinkling of corn
leds. The demand tor beet steors wan fair,
but advices from other points were such
as to make buyer all bearish, with tha
result that tha trade was slow ti 100
lower on pretty muoh everything except
the very choicest cornfrds. Among tho
cattle hero wore some prlmo beef steers
fcood enough to bring l.oo.
Cows and heifers wero a little slow nnd
tho trade was Inclined to drag all the
morning. Still the cattle kept selling and
in tho end pretty; much everything was
oieaned up. In fair seuson. Tho prloes
paid ranged anywhere front steady to as
much as 10c. lower in some cases.
Heavy fsederB wero rather slow sellers:
with pricoe around 10c lower than yester
day, On the other, hand light stock cat
tle were In splendid demand and MUve
nellers at fully steady prices. In soma
cases spllors weift calling that kind of
cattio higher.
Quotatiori on cuttle, rjood to choloe
corn fed steers, W.80US.M; fair to good
corn fed steers, SJi.tAtr.!W; common to
fair corn fed steers, 7.25g.(W; good to
choice rango beeves, J7.WW8.0Q; tv to
good range beevos, Jl.OOSM.W; common' to
lulr rango beeves, S4J.2S7.0Q: good to
choice heiters, 66oa7.50( good to oholoe
cows, fU.uX3tf.60; talr to 'good cowa arid
helters, l).oooii.w. common to fair cows
J3.MXu6.00; aood to choice stockers and
feeders, J7.wufi.00; fair to good stock
ers and Isjdors, J9.oWf7.O0;' common to
lair stockers and feeders, jd,votf6.5o;
stock cows and heifers, J4.7596.60i veal
calves, ItJ.wniv.w; hulls und slags, 14.600
6.16,
Representatives sales:
HUISP BTKERS.
II. ,,....114
IT......I
10 T 714
... 7 71
... 7 71
... 7 71
190 ... 7 75
1...,.1U .. 7 71
It 370 HO 7 7t
74 Ml 144 7 73
U tU ... 7 71
71 lit 1M 7 7
41... ....141 110 7 tl
4 09
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to 7 7t
40 1 7S
10 7 7t
7 .
7 75
7 7t
M 7 To
10 7 7t
40 7 7S
190 T 71
M 771
7
U 7 71
10 7 77!a
10 7 774
7 771
7 30
7 to
7 0
7 to
7 to
7 M
7W
7 M
7 W
40' 1 10
tl Ml 1M 7.W
71 itt,i. ;t
40.. .....110 ... 7 It
41 Itl 44 I 0t
t 214 ... 3 10
tl .. I "
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REAL ESTATE DEALER FALK
MURDERED ON THE BRIDGE
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind Aug. ll-Frank
Palk, a real estate dealer, was murdered'
early today 6n tho temporary bridge over
Whlto river at Washington avenue. His
assailant escaped. Folk's body Was
found by three transfer men who were
asilstllig a circus load Its cars.
No one saw tho man who fired the fatal
shot flee and the pollco are working
without a tangible clew. A revolver with
all tho shells unexploded was found In
the dead man's pocket, which precludes
the possibility of suicide.
Culls From the Wire
II Zi 7 CO
10 IU 7 It
27..,.,. 7M 7 14
4 415 7 0
17., 1101 7 7S
tX 1230 7 It
14 UOl 7 li
71 7 00
No. At. tr.
40 1070 1 01
44 HO I 14
37 1M1 t II
I.. 1114 I 14
tl 114 I it
17 1171 I U
34... ,1171 I 31
tl... .IMS I 41
21 ma 1 ti
00 IW I 5
t 1..IAJ U Ml
10.... lift a mi
uuwo,
2 tM & ti i , Jill I 40
S 108 S it 1...... Uio o IO
2 14 i 40 t (M t 14
HEIFERS.
m 04 a 713 0 1
mo t 00 . 1 tii to
ft.,, eiv 1 in ft......
t IM 1
5 lit t 14 7
HULLS.
1 UIO l 40 t
1 1140 t 45 2
t 5.44 2
.WO I 14 1
CALVES.
7 10
tS 74 ... 4 00 7
SHEEP-Sheop rept pts were quite lib
. 1 ..., i,. ia hklnar 16.000 head re
ported in, the largest ot any day slnco
Monday ot lost wsok. Vet th two daya
the reoelpU foot up ,$3,7 head, being
the smallest tor any similar period since
three weeks ago and smaller than for tho
corresponding days ot last year by ttl
most 14,000 head. The quality of the Of
lerings on an average was not very good,
tha proportion of killers being smaller
than on a good many days.
The demand tor tat sheep and lambs
was quite gcod although the market
opened a little dull, It developed Into ft
a-ood, nctive, steady market. Packers
Picked up uverjthlng that would do tor
thelf purpose at an enrlv hour. Best
lambs hero were good C4s.sh to bring
37.50. There were hardly snuuglt old sheep
or yearlings In sight to makti n. tast ot
tho market or establish quotations, A
few ewes sold at 14.15 with ewes and
wethers mixed at 14.40,
The demand tor feeders was good, the)
samo as It has been most every day of
late. Tho receipts are not large, while
there is a very fair demand so that sup
plies are kept Well cleared up, This morn
ing there wok quite a good many country
buyers In the yards who seemed anxious
for stock to take back home. The trade;
on feeders, the same as on killers, wis
reasonably active and tha big end of the
offerings changed hands about as fast
as the stuff could be shaped up and made
ready for salo. Prices paid looked very
little different from yesterday, tho mar
ket in the main being about steady. A
feeder buyer paid as high as 36.93 fev
lambs.
yuotations on aneep ana iambs: Lambs,
good to choice, J7.8Otf7.C0; lambs, fair to
sond. ta.lnff7.2ri! imlii nulla e, fiVtfl ftA!
lamb, feeders, S6.00O6.S5; yearlings, good
to cnoice, ia. aow&. 7o; yearlings, fair to
good, is.004f&.23; yearlings, feeders, 15.0
o.iv; wetnors, gooa to cnDice,
1...
3...
171 14
. WO 7 00
ttt 7 04
.1144 t 44
.1241) I to
.141,1 S re
.1900 7 Ov
246
M 7
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6TOCKKHB AND FKUDEUS.
til 4 13
711 10
til 0 7J
141 7!
171 I 10
010 4 St
M UK
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. 774 7 It
let 7 It
.717 7 14
. 717 no
. tTJ 7 W
. M4 7 ti
,1U 7 21
.771 7(4
WEHTEHN8 NEBltAHICA.
It s'teers.... 656 6 66 G steels..,, 664 4 75
S4.23tf4.60:
wethers, fair to rood. I4,tOJI4.8J: wothcrn
feeder. S3.60fl4.26: ewes, good to choice,
i . i rn . .. . n . , I rs.t. , mi .
ewes, feeders. i3.0Od3.C0; cull sheep, S2.04
fpo.
lteDreseniatiYO saies:
No. Av.
C2 Nebraska yearlings 75
35 Nebraska ewes M,.,. 93
819 Wyoming lambs 73
76 cull ewes i i CO
160 Idaho feeder lambs 54
124 Idaho feeder lambs 54
211 Idaho feeder lamb,. 54
212 Idaho feeder lamos n
The first International congress or the
deaf and dumb was opened ut Qhent,
Helgtum, yesterday.
"Tama Jim" Wilson ot,.Traer, la., for
mer secretary of agriculture and bolder
of all recoi'd for cabinet service, vlnlti.il !17 steers,
hi old haunts In Washington yesterday 16 tleon.
on his way back to Iowa from Scotland.
Fred G; Plummer, geographer of the
forest service, wan found dead In bed
yesterday at his home In Washington,
whero he lived alone during the summer
months. U is believed he died Friday
night of heart failure.
fllx million memberu of fraternal be
nevolent societies und 38.000,0X1,000 of In
surance were repreiented at Chicago
yesterday at the meeting of the National
Fraternal congress and Oie Associated
Fraternities ot America,
Slorritients of (it'rrtii Htt-nmers,
Port. .
I I.Y MOUTH-
nilEMBN-
110l)UONB-
aLABOOW...
LIVERPOOL.
LOKDON...-
KIOMB--
WilM.liH. ..
L1VKH OOt..
Anire4.
'-0. Waalilafton
lerlln
Halletl.
. F. Wlltelni.
.Nordtm.
8alllurnl.
.tllnoetoaka.
.Ullenla.
HOOS ItecelpU, 6.000 hrnd. market JOc J moNTHEaL
Santa Ansa.,
UK II C
SOUTHAMKTOV. Iia4elpbla
IIONO KONO ....Kmp. ot Aala.
THIBHTB K. F. Juerph I.,,,
NAPLES - HaaOlorslo
NEW roitK ut raui .
Meiuitlc
3 COWS 1023 6 CO
6 bulls 434 7 60
8 steers.... 426 6 26
2 cows 300 3 75
Vi steers.... CI 2 6 t5
12 steer.... 003 7 40
6 steers.... 826 U DO
1KJ7 8 80
1194 S 56
1 bull 1110 6 00
1 cult 340 6 CO
4 lielfers... 612 6 35
0 htifeis... 614 6 25
10 cows 215 6 60
60 feeders.. 737 6 M0
,;l feeders,. Hi) 7 2G
27 cows 1018 C GO
21 steers., ..1273 7 35
18 tender.. 835 7 20
1 bull 1100 6 25
4 COWS 87 30
22 cows V.' 6 20
23 heifers... M 6 66
17 cows 1060 C
8 feeders.. 1040 7 40
14 cows M 6 30
29 feeders.. 1072 7 30
20 caws &84 6 85
43 feeders.. 13i 7 75
3 COW 86 Q 4fi
3 heifers... Q ICS
18 stuera.... 744 7 30
6 oows ... 1004 6 03
4 cows 990 6 00
8 steers.... 665 C 85
12 steers.... 21 7 oo
11 steer.... 607 7 00
3 calves.., 164 o oo
3 cow 673 5 00
10 heifers... 8S 7 00
6 bull 066 6 50
0 cows 028 6 76
23 steer.... 048 7 26
1 bull 070 6 00
1 bUll 1240 E 76
23 feeders. .1103 7 25
22 heifers... 828 6 55
2 cows 820 8 SO
8 feeder. .1040 7
2 cows 1040 5 76
3 holler... 1QM 6 C5
1 cows 941 i W
1 helier.... too I co
4 feeders.. 463 7 25
6 feeders. .120.' 7 60
feeders.. 8 7 00
9 heifers... 633 6 G5
0 cows 1017 C 45
29 steer.. ..1313 7 40
31 steers. ...1234 7 40
COIvORADO
Monte lilevlns.
8 steers.. ..1213 7 35 I bull 1670 5 50
NEBRASKA.
92 steers.... 1182 7 25 66 steors.. .,1224 n V)
18 steers.... 731 7 15 17 steers.,,. 623 o 90
32 heifers... 612 6 70 8 cows.,... kU J W
2 calves.... 103 8 00 3 culves..,. 'M t 25
2 cows 103j 6 50 9 feeders.. 910 G 00
139 Idaho feeder lambs 54
62 Idaho feeder lambs 64
220 Idaho lambs 61
234 Idaho lumbs 62
222 Idaho lambs 66
U5 Idaho Iambs 64
172 Idaho Iambs OT,
244 Idaho lambs 64
69 Iduho lambs C3
220 Idaho lambs -. 62
197 Idaho lambs 62
261 Idaho feeder lambs.., 53
40 Idaho feeder lambs 64
126 Wyoming yearlings 82
118 Wyoming yearlings SO
20 out! yearlings 76
110 Wyoming ewes and ylgs..,107
114 Wyoming ewes and ylgs..,l07
187 Wyoming owes and ylga..,10S
IX Wyoming lambs
2U) Wyoming lambs
197 Wyoming lambs
188 Wyoming lambs
207 Wyoming lambs
214 Wyoming lambs
i'nj iaano lamD
33 Idaho ewes
138 Idaho yearlings
231 Idaho feeder lambs
142 Idaho lambs
120 Idaho feeder lambs
100 native ewe
31 cull ewes
337 Wyoming feeder lambs
164 Wyoming feeder lumbs
42 Wyoming feeder lambs
219 Wyoming feeder lambs
130 Wyoming lambs
231 Wyoming lamos
101 Wyoming lumbs
679 Wyoming lambs
64
. 66
. CS
. 65
. C6
. 65
. C5
. 93
. 93
. 69
. 69
. til
.103
. 88
48
64
50
50
64
ro
............ uo
67
68
195 Wyoming ewes 100
tu Wyoming leeaer ewes 83
193 Wyoming feeder ewes .... 93
200 Wyoming feeder ewes S3
85 cull feeder ewes.
133 wyoamlng feeder lambs
192 Wyoming feeder lambs,, .
118 Wyoming feeder lambs
264 Wyoming feeder lambs,..
as Wyoming leeaer lumus.
130 Wyoming ewes ,
717 Wyoming lambs
82
51
63-
53
C3
43
....109
61
Pr.
6 60
4 35
7 60
CO
6 65
6 65
6 &'.
6 05
6 65
65
7 40
7 40
7 36
7 ST.
7 35
7 35
735
7 40
7 40
CC
6 65
6 35
6 35
4 50
4 45
, 4 45
' 4 45i
7 85
7 2V
7 33,
7 35
7 SB
7 S3
7 30
4 00
C G
6 65
. 65
6 M
8 85
2 sa
6 65
6 60
660
6 50
7 15
7 30
7 30
7 30
4 25
3 170
3 60
2 60
2 40
6 60
6 60
6 60
6 80
0 SO
4 45
7 26
(From a Btaf f Correspondent )
DF,9 MOINES, la., Aug. 19.-(Spcelal
Telegram.) Thcro havo been so many ac
cidents recently lri this city because ot
high-speed automobiles and motorcycle
that people, living along the boulevards
In the suburbs arc organlxlng privately
to employ pollcomen to patrol tho street
and break up tho speed habit. Today
two men on a motorcyclo going forty
miles an hour ran iiuo n ta.x.i ...,. And
the two men wero seriously Injured. A
day seldom passes without recording slm
llnr neMdrinta. Tim eltv nnllee rlnlm tr
I bo powerless to patrol the streets In the
outskirts, henco detectives arc to bo em
ployed for tho safety of" the public.
Wlmt to llo Willi tiitomoblles.
In (view of tho enormous Increaso In
number ot nulomobtlcs and tho general
tun of Uio motor cars b farmers ot tho
best class, tho stafa fair management ts
somewhat at a loss to know just what to
do with tho great number ot enra that
wilt bo brought to the state talr thin
week nnd next. Tho last two or throo
state falrn have witnessed n great In
crease in the number of cars entering tho , .
gates. At tn)cs last year It was a great'
problem to know how to havn the cara
handled bo as not to Interfere with Pe
destrians, and also how to store tho cars
when not In uso so that each owner, could
get his car without Interfering with oth
ers. It tha tendency to accumulate earn
continues it will groatly Interfere with
tho trnfflo on tho railroads as. many of.
tho fanners and their families come from
oven fifty to 100 miles awny without pnt-
hintttng Um railroads.
tletter AVork Amonir Teachers.
Rotter work among tho tcsohers of
Iowa Is being developed and higher stand
ards ot scholarship set. The Slate Hoard
ot Examiners this year has marked mori
closely than usual tho examination pa
pers ot tho teachers desiring certificates.
At tho Juno examinations but little over
60 per cont ot thoso taking tho examina
tions passed, whllo for tho July exam
inations It la estimated nearly 76 per cont
passed. The readers wont over the pa
per ot over 16,000 applicants the past two
months and report generally better work
than over before. "There '.ia been a
marked Improvement in spoiling and tho
standards ot English (tro being rolled
rapidly.
Claoil phoatlnsr nt Cnrap Perry.
The lowu. rifle team of the National
Ouard finds Itsolf In exceedingly fast
company at Camp Perry. Adjutant Gen- 1
ttral Logan received a telegram today
from Colonel Smith' Urookhart, In chargo
of the Iowa team, trill ntr ot tho spoed
shown-ln tho "Adjutant General' match"
ot twenty shots at l.OOO yard. Captain
UUqy ot Manchester had a acoro be
ninety-eight and was In eighth place.
Captain Hurd, Lieutenant Loess, Lieu
tenant Eaton and Sergeant Durohlnwald
all scored ninety-seven. Lieutenant
Bcholllng and Major Elwood soared
ninety-five. Sergeant Vnrnor soored
ninety-four and was In ninety-seventh
place. Thoso in charge ot' tho match
say there never before has been any such
good shooting Ut tho national, meet. '
Appendicitis at St Me Institution.
Appendlcltlu la practically unknown
-among tha Inmates of the state lnstttu-
tlon. Medical attendanoo and surgery
tor all Inmates Is done without foe to the
aurgoon, which may, In .part, aooount for
tho fact that whlo the Insane, criminals
nnd others have many ailments, It Is sel
dom necessary to havo surgical opera
tions. At tho board ot control It la
stated that there have been no operations
for appendicitis at tho Btata Institutions.
A story In the paper to tha effect that
people who smile and are very happy
never have appendicitis would Indicate,
either that it Is wrong or that, contrary
to common view, the inmatev ot the atato
Institutions are quite checrfn.
Trial of the Colfax People.
Secretary Sumner ot the' StSaStSa
Hoard ot Health vent to Colfax today (a
assist tho state In the prosecution of the
promoters of a Frledmann hospital, wbo
have ignored the rule ot the, state board
nnd failed to secure permission from tha
local or atato board, for the establishment
of the hospital. The promoters were ar
rested and tho question Is whether they
rliall be bound over to tho grand Jury.
The defense Insists the rule la not In ac
cord with law and the state board has no
right to mako It. A temporary hospital
wus arranged ot rather'an- office with a
regular dootor: but' it la understood at
Colfax the Frledmann people aro aeekthc
a site for a hoapltal outside the city;
limits.
PHILIPPINE VETERANS
CONSIDER MERGER PLAN
DENVER, Colo., Aug. 19.-A proposal
to, merge tho Army of tho Philippines
and, tha American Vetorans pt Foreign
Servlco organizations wan Injected today
Into tho deliberations of tho Joint con
vention now In ,sesslon here. . Tha ques
tion was considered Informally at a cau
cus of offlcora of the Army of the Phil
ippines. It seemed likely that tho pro
posal would not bo taken up formally
until Wednesday, at which, time officers
will be chosen. Tho headquarters of
Brigadier General Irving Hale, prganlscr
of tho Army of the Philippines, and
Hrigadlor General Jacob Smith of Cali
fornia wore the centers of intorosta for
the several hundred delegates In attend
ance from all parts ot tho United States.
Ht. Joseph Live Mode Market.
BT. JOHBPH. Aug. 19. CATTLE Re
ceipts 2,100 head; market, slow; steers,
J5.60S8.75; cows and heifers, S4.OO0S.63i
calves, j4.60iW.IS.
HOGB-RccelpUi 6.C00 head: market, 109
16a higher; top, J8.C538.75; bulk, JS.008.60.
HHEKP AND LAMD 3 Receipts 4,600
bead; market, steady; lambs, 15.0037-40.
You Oan't Cut Gut
A BOO BPAVIN.PUF'F or THOROCQUXIN,
but
will clean them off pcrmkntntly,
and you work the horse same time.
Does not blister, or remove tho
hair. $2.00 per bottle, delivered.
Will tell you more If you m'te.
Dopk4Kfree. AI1S0RBINE. JUL,
the antiieptic liniment for mankind,
reduces Varicoie Veini, Ruptured
Muclntr UfincMi. Elira4 CUoil. Goltrcft.
Wmu. Criu. AUtnrtlacafckJr. Pike St.00 u4 UM
s bonis i tacrtnt t 4Umk4. StiaiHcuvred est? W
W. F. T0UN8, P. D. F.i 1 M Temjl. St. SprtstfltJd, Him
"Moi an SUpenme&tV
KXF TO
h. POEHLER co.
Sstablisaad IS Ml.
QRAift COMMISSION
Head foe flally acarkk batter."
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