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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1913.
11 rEllSONAI TUB Salvation Army Industrial home solicits your old clothing, rumtura, mag nines. We collect We distribute. Phone Douglas 4133 and our uaaon wil. ca.l. Call and Inspect the new home. U10-1112-1114 Dodge St Mlta Fisher, ma., bath, eleo. treat. D. 86$. Af A RS A fit?. Swedish movement. 418 63-DAT BLOOD RESIEDT. Bexten Pharmacy, ltth and Dodge. Massage, let ft. r. G, 1713 Dodge. Mr. Steele Marguerite Halloran, rnassnge. D, 7761. A RS A CIV. -orn nnd bunions treated? ManlC'r'it, masasge. Mlgi Debar.1711 Dodg Electrlo masaage, bath. 214 Baltd Did. Dyeing switches ft hair specialty. W. S6O0I Prof. Lyke, Magnetic Treat 1917 Caaa. AtASSAGE OTT?tiSISini" cure, soi N. i; room v. BALK OR EXCHANGE R. K. WANT clear farm for 37.009 equity tn 9-room, all modern. In one of Omaha" a finest resident sections on Boulevard. Ad dress at once, F 109. Bee. HAVE high-grade (-passenger touring car, In excellent condition; willing to trade as first payment on real estato; good farm preferred. Address B IIS, care Iiec. 400-ACRE Improved farm, Lane Co., Kan.; one mile station, on' Santa Fe R R.; 4 room house, barn, other outbuild. Inge; all fended, cross-fenced: 125 acres winter wheat. 4 acres alfalfa, 200 acres choice bottom land for alfalfa, abundance of water to Irrigate: will take hardware or general merchandise or smaller hold ing of land In Iowa, Illinois. Address V. E. Blodgett, Omaha, Neb. REAL ESTATE. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract office- m Nebraska. 208 Brandela Theater. CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. Five Beautiful Homes One block west of Hanscom park on SJd St. wo have Just completed five of the best built and Lest arranged dwellings to bo found in the city. We couldn't build them better If wo tried. Your close Inspection Is lnvlt?d. There are no two alike. Some of the attractive features are: Pressed brick fireplace with bullt-tn bookcases, large rooms, oak finish, din ing room la burlapped and has paneled walls and plate rail: each dwelling has three fine, large bedrooms, besides a very complete sleeping porch and fine bath room with ttlo floor and best of plumb ing fixtures: one bedroom la finished In white enamel with, mahogany doors and glass door knobs; basement to each house la full size and has coal and fruit bins, floor drain, hot and cold water faucets and" John Ilussle Hardware Co.'a guaran teen furnace, also patented coal chute; foundation Is pressed brick; one dwelling has a stairway td attic; another has a built-in buffet; another bookcase pedes tals: each house having distinctive fea tures of its own. The location Is one of tha best In the city, being only a block west of Hanscom park and the west side car line and two blocks from Windsor school. Fine sycamore trees line 33d St. In front of the houses, making the loca tion doubly attractive; paved street, pay ing paid. What mora can we say? Noth ing., except to suggest that If you want a genuine home In every sense of the wprd, that Vou give us the opportunity to show you these. Reasonable terms offered. SCOTT HILL, Douglas 1009. 307 McCagua Bldg. "Prettiest Part" "Prettiest" part on the "Prettiest" Mile;" 7-room practically new liouae, re ception room 28 feet broad; oak finish: hot water heat; ground 58x238 feet; east front, overlooking the Mlsaoifrl river. Car ter lako and the Iowa hills; beautiful winding Florence "Boulevard la widened irj front of' this property to 400 feet; nothing quite like It In town; only '37,000. First come, first served. Harrison & Morton Phone Douglas 314. Shingle arid Stucco Dundee Bungalow ,The classiest 6-room bungalow tn Dun dee, brand new; dandy large living room 13x28 fact; built-in bookcase, fireplace, beamed celling, everything Hne; beautiful lot with, trees; only one block from both car lines, between 49th and EOth, on Web iter St It can't be beat for 8,CpO. Good :erms. Peters Trust .Co. 1C22 Farnam St Doug. 808. $200.00 Cash $23.00 per month, buys ,you a brand new bungalow, oak finish, modern, 6 rooms, large attic; full cemented basement, fur nace, good sized yard; located at 44th and Wirt Sts.: one block east of car line. Prloe IZ.S0O: stop paying rent and own your own homo. $300.00 Cash 33,00 per month, buys you a nearly new 5-room bungalow near Hanscom park, all modem, oak finish, large attic, full base ment, east front lot; on paved street two blocks to car, close to school. Price 33,600. Address 2344 S. 35th Bt See, today. CREIQII, SONS & CO.. Douglas -200. 608 Bee Bldg. HOUSE AND 6 LOTS IN FRUIT Twelve blocks west of park Una; born, chicken house, well, cistern, all kinds of fruit; owe 31,260, payable $16 per month, ' Will trade equity for clear lota or cot tage with less ground. Douglas 27 IS after !P. m.. or 6unday, Harney 338 or Har ney 6134. ' . 'NEAR FIELD CLUB Six rooms, strictly all modern, recep tion hall, parlor, dining room, kitchen, pantry, downstairs;. 3 large bedrooms and bath upstairs. This hoUse la practically new. Has a nlca lot with shrubbery and trees. Paved street, paving all paid. Price, $4,100. v BEMIS-CARLBERQ CO. 310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg. We have a number of & and 6-room bungalows and houses well located. Any 9f -them can be bought on easy terms, INTERMOUNTAIN REALTY CO.. $38 Bee Bldg. Service that sells. Tel. D. 4035. ( BUNGALOW BARGAIN; My .beautiful new, modern home, with beamed ceilings, oak finish. Wal's decor ated In washable paints. Large corner Inf. frnm fnr &nnthoi VinucA Will Via mniA lor lltOO. Red 4711 during the day; even-! ings, weoster ix THESE ON VERY EASY TERMS. C-r. bungalow, chicken yard $1,800 t-r. bungalow, three lota 2.300 t't. cottage, modern, 60-ft lot 2,300 6-r. cottage, modern but heat L800 AMOS GRANT, Douglas $350. Webster 4071. 211 Brandels Theater Bldg. IF you have a house you wish to rent quickly list it with us. -INTER-MOUNTAIN REALTY CO., 333 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 4025. WILL register for soldiers at ths land drawing. Go Thursday or Friday. Tele phone at once. Douglas 8107. ALL KINDS OF FIVE AND SIX ROOM HOUSES FOR SALE ON EASY PAYMENTS. INTER-MOUNTAIN REALTY CO. "SERVICE THAT SELLS." 238 Bte. Bldg. Phone Douglas 402S. RBAIi ESTATE. CITV I'noPKIlTY KOR SALTS $1 FOR RAL.K Sereral I$l line building lota near the car tin city water, rood lo- nftnn llirmi Tt'ithnn, Inl.rm.tt vnil . , .tart to build soon aa you par your dollar, II. H. HARPER. 1013-14 city Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone Douglas 2696. Dundee I havo Just finished two fine 8-room thoroughly mod. houses at (01$ and 8019 Chicago St, and rather than hold them till spring will sacrifice. If you are In tha market for something first-class In the house. Una tako a look at these and tnako me an offer. E. W. Stoltenberg Har. 3418 and D. 1310. CLOSE TO CREIGHTON COLLEGE. .' 8lx-room, strictly modern house, paved street, all specials tald for. Ono block to car line and walking distance to town. Large lot Price, I4.60U. GALLAGHER & NELSON, 4S3 Brandela Bldg. Doug. 3332. $50.00 DOWN, balance 320 per month takes this fine 6-room house; lot 60x141; three blocks from car lino. VOOEL, 1007 W. O. W. Bldg. TO BUY, BELL OR RENT. FIRST 8KB JOHN W.'ROBUINS. 1802 FARNAM ST. HANBCOM PARK, west side. Baven rooms, nearly new; hardwood Inside; hot air, electricity, gas: exceptional location: accessible; all Improvements. Douglas 632. Dundee Bargain 7-room mod. house, on Cass St, near 49th; full EO-ft. lot; must be sold before Nov. 1; only $3,700. s E.W. Stoltenberg 436 (Board of Trade Bldg. D.ljlO, BRAND NEW BUNGALOW FOR SALE S rooms, all modern, oak finish; one flno sun room: full cemented base ment; I8th and Evans Sts.; overlooking fiark. Telephone during day, D. 44JS; even nca. II. 2623. REAL ESTATE. FARM Jt HANOI! LA3TDS FOR SALB Arkansas. FARM of 320 acres of virgin land Tor sale; 190 acres cultivated; could be made a model stock farm; $2S por acre. cash. This Is a bargain. E. E. Williams, McGehee, Arkansas. 1C0 ACRES Improved farm; culti vated; balance Umbered; on public road; healthy; orchard: no rock a; no negroes: school adjoins farm: two miles from Winthrop; railway town; five Nebraaka farmers have bought from me. Prloe $10 aero. Terms easy, Robt Sessions, Win throp, Ark. FARM of 120 acres of fine land for 330 per acre. Would make model small stock farm and la cheap. Lee Harrell, Mc Gehee. Arkansas. Colorado, LISTEN Just now, o)x the account of death In the family 1 can sell you n fine deeded quarter of lend, all tillable, Mi mllra from the city limits, for 81,460 oasb, and this year our wheat made as high aa forty-one bushels per acre, oats aa high as forty-two bushels par aore. com as high aa thirty bushels per aero. Come let me show you. J. H. Fall, Yuma, Colo. $1,000 CASH takes fine one-quarter sec tion prairie farm, near Ilovlna, Colo. Address owner, Charles L. Thayer, Bear mouth, Mont . lair. For Sale 200 acres of the choicest val ley land Jn Iowa, In the highest state of cultivation: good orchard and shade trees. Well fenced. 'Oood t-room house, large barn and other necessary Improve ments. Buildings in good repair and Well painted. Well, windmill and tank. Four and a half miles to good town and twenty miles to Omaha. Owner will take a good modern residence as part pay. Farm Is clear of Incumbrance. Price 3160 per acre. Address Box US, Glenwood, Iowa Kaaiai. 164-ACRE Improved alfalfa farm, $40 acre. Neat A. Pickett Arkansas City, Kansas. Minnesota lGO-ACRW farm 3 miles Lamberton, good buildings, good soil, running water In pasture, school house on corner, tele phone and mall route. 37 par aor. A. C. Anderson. Lamberton, Minn. Montana. MONTANA RANCH For sale, by owner, a l,S00-acre Irrigated ranch, thirty miles from Great Falls, In the Chestnut Valley, four miles from Cascade; 1,090 acres Irrigated and Into alfalfa, timothy and grain. In a well settled community with graded roads, schools houses, rural phones, etc Irrigation system Is owned by company of local farmers. Will sell iiart cash, balance easy terms. M. 3 Jreen, 830 Security Bank Bldg., Min neapolis. Minn. . Neurnaaca. FOUND ANOTHER HOM ESTEAD 30 acres, 90 miles out; In settled neighbor lioqd: fine farm land, not sand hills. Price $175, filing fees and all. In cornir of Colorado. J. A. Tracy, Kimball, Neb. Oklahoma. 8.0S0 ACRES In large and small tracts of Pittsburg county, coal bearing, farm ing, fruit and pasture land, In pros pective oil and gas belt; $10 an acre. For particulars writ John E. Cavanagh, McAleater, Okl. LAND for sale; corn wheat and al falfa, $15 to $100 per acre. Write us. Eddy Real Estate Co.. Eddy. OkL Oregon. THE WILLAMETTE VALLBY, OREGON. ' No extreme heat or cold, no drouth or crop failures; facts that can be demon strated; send for Information on subur ban and farm homes In richest valley In America. M'MINNVILLE INVESTMENT CO. 06 Spalding Building, Portland. On SNAP 60 acres land under Umatilla government project In Oregon, price $733 per aero with water right Good location, two miles from town. Grow anything you wish. Water now ready for use. For particulars write L, L. Baatt, Washtucns, Wash. "Washington. FREK government land In northern Stevena county, Washington, where a failure of crop Is Unknown. Good soli, good climate, no drouth. For partic ulars address Floyd C. Smith. Northport. Wash. REAIj ESTATE WANTED. HAVE customers for 5. and 7-r. homes. Osborne R E. Co. Duug. 1474. Omaha Na tional Bank Bldg. RKAIj estate loass LOANS of $1.W0 and up desired on Im proved real cttata. Large sums a spe cialty. "W. H. THOMAS. 238 State Bank. Bldg OMAHA horatt. East Nebraska farms. O'KEEFK REAL. ESTATE CO.. 101$ OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas 2175. MONEY on hand at lowest rates for loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha city property In any amounts. 11. W. BINDER. 823 City National Bank Bldg. LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros. 6 r?ITV IilANH Bcmlm-Carlbtrr Co.. O lia.rlt r)r.m1l. Th.lr hnlMlnir HARRISON & MORTON. 1 Om. Nat $100 to J10.COO made promptly. F. D. Weud. Wesd Bldg., ltth and Farnam. GARVIN BROS. 1 WANTED City loans and warrant. W. Farnam Smith ft Co. 1320 Farnam St WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co. GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Undertone in Wheat is Somewhat ' Stronger in the Pit ARGENTINA SELLERS PLEASES Corn They Have Shipped to the United States and Canada Brings Them Better Prices Than They Bxpacted. OMAHA, Oct 23, 1513. The undertone In wheat was a stronger ona yesterday and while the prtc gains were omy ho they tailed to reflect the bullish sentiment existing; they show that all tba wheat that la thrown upon the market around the present level will be absorbed by strong hand. It must bo remembered that the liquidation by longs and the short selling was on an enormous scale, and that there la a likelihood of a change coming with the bulls tn control for a time, in the absence, of a. brisk cash demand the beat's seem to be ready to attack the- market every time there re signs ot weakness. Cash wheat was Ho higher. The holders of corn in Argentina stem to be well pleased with the price realised tor the grain sold to the United States and Canada, as an additional cargo was sold via Galveston, Tax., at 70c A Chi. cago house was offered ZGO.OOu bushels late yesterday at 2o over the Chicago May option, sacks Included, laid do n at either Boston or Portland, boat to clear by November SO. The corn waa ottered guaranteed and the sacks are worth 2U 3c each. This would mean TIMo for this corn, while the price of Chicago corn laid down In New England would be SOc. Tho likelihood Is that tha exportable sur plus now held on the Argentina reports will be forced upon buyers unless prices fcro let down too sharply. According to the most reaent estimate there are still 14,030,000 bushels of corn to come out of the southern hemisphere. Manufacturers In this country will likely avail them selves of this cheaper corn and It Is believed, that It will be against the price of our own grain. Some of the larger and keener speculators on the Chicago Board ot Trade are numbered among tha longs In corn. They believe that a bull movement of great Importance will b seen before the holidays roll around, and this will be brought about by the absence of free sales by the country and on in crease In the demand for the cash. There is a big open Interest In this grain and ks one man put It last night, it would take tha shorts many weeka to even up their position were they to go Into the pit and bid for the grain jfhjnch they sold at a lower level than Is now current Cash corn was UHo higher, Cash oats were Ktftfo higher. rr,T"ilow,nK cah I were reported: yihee.t-No. 3 hard winter: J cars, 7Uo: 1 car, 78Hc. No. 8 hard winter: 1 ear, 79Mc; 2 cars, 78Hc: 1 car. 784o. No. i spring: 4 cara, 78c No. 3 spring: 1-3 car. i8c.. No. 3 durum: 11 cars, 77HO. No. 3 durum: 1 car, 7ic. No. 4 durum: 1 car, oats mixed, 75c. No. S mixed: car, 7$c. Barley No. 3: U car, 63c. Corn No. 3 White: 1 car. SHo. No. 8 white: 2 cara, SHc No. 3 yellow: f cars, C8Hc. No, 3 yellow: 10 cars, 08Hc No. 4 yellow! t cam, 68c, No. 8 mlxedi 3 oars, e$Uc; 2 cara, 6Sa. No, 3 mixed: 6 cars, C7Ho; 3 oars, E7Hc. No. 4 mixed: 1 oar, 86c No grade: 1 car, wheat mlxad, 6Co; 1 car, CCc: 1 car. 63c Oats No. 3 white: 1 car. S7Ke; K car, 37Mcl Standard: 6 cars, S7Hc. No. 3 white: 1 car, 87He; 21 cars, lt7Hc No. 4 white: 1 car, J7ftcj 3 cars, S7e. . Clearances of wheat ana riour were w,- 000 bu.; corn, none; oats none. Tna wneat marxet ai uvcrpuui ttHd lower: corn, l1Hd lower. Primary wheat receipts were 860,000 bu. and shipments 763.000 bu.. against re ceipts of 1,888,000 bu. and shipments of 1,836,030 bu. last year. Primary corn receipts were 685,080 bu. and shipments 688,009 bu. against re ceipts of 381,000 bu. and shipments of 277,- 000 bu. last yoer. Primary oats receipts were "781.090 bu. and shipments 6S5.O09 bu.. against re ceipts of 1,860,000 bu. and shipments ot 1,130,080 bu. last year. CARLOT RECEIPTS. Wheat Corn, Oats. Chicago 88 88 15$ Minneapolis , .........387 ... ... Duluth;, 122 Omaha Vt r' 8 Kansasty , 7f 84 18 St Louts 81 85 44 Winnipeg .....89 Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 8 hard, 784fl0V4oi No. 3 hard, 784f7Ho; No. 4 hard, 7677H; No- Prlng, TfW78o: No. 4 spring. 7&8T7o; No. 2 durum. 77 77Uc; No. 8 durum, WVMWBIio. Corn; No. 2 white. 6SHC! No. 3 white, 6U08Vfra; No. 4 white. olWtWSol No. 2 yellow, CSfce; No. 8 yellow. 6845; No. 4 yellow, ntttJWc; No. 3, 6868Uc; No. 3, 0774c; No. 4, 6e7c: no grade, 686o. Oat: No. 2 white, $7H37c; standard. 37Ho; No. 8 white, 3737o; No. 4, S7S07Uo. Barley: Malting. C&3740I No. 1 feed. 67061c Rye: No. 2, SOViftOOc; No. 3, EOgtejrO- NEW YORK GEKBRAL MARKET Quotations of tha Day on Varlons Commodities. NEW YORK, Oct 22. FLOUR Steady; spring patents, $4.80.55; winter straights, $4.1034.20; wlntor patents, $4.4OS4.0; spring clears, $4.004.iO; extra No. 1 winter, $X55 3.75: extra No. 3 winter,. $3.3SC3.W; Kan sas straights, $4.104.2O. . , WHEAT Spot firm I No. 3 red, Wo; No. 1 northern, Duluth, 96Uo; December, 98c; May. NKc HOPS Steady: state common to choice, 1913, S6D46c; 18-13. 20925c; Pacltlo coast 1813. 2i132c: mi 25g3fio. . , HIDES Firm; Bogota, SSSBSo; Central America, S2Wc. , M PETROLEUM Steady; refined New York bulk, 85.00; barrels, $8.0; cases, WOOL-Steady; domestlo fleeca XX Ohio. 25c CORN Spot firm; export, 78c, OATS Spot quiet: stondard white, 440 45c; No. 3, 43tt4ttc. HIDES Steady; standard. $LO2V4L06: N. 1. $l.O7U1.10: No. v. 5oc$1.00. LEATHER Firm; hemlocks first W3 30c; seconds, HMZSa. PROVISIONB-Pork, steady: mess, $23.75 024.25: family. $24.6027.00i short clears. $1.754J1.I0. Beef, quiet; mess, $17.60 18.60: family, $19.0o20.00. Cut meats, steady; Pickled bellies, 10 to 14 lbs.. J1S.WU li.00; pickled ham. $14.50. Lord, firm; middle, west, $10,70810.80; refined. Heady continent $U.3J; South America, $1L86J compound, Quiet; 88.S7V4CSJ0. TALLOW-Steady; city, eo; country. 6 ;cr specials. tUc BUTTER Irregular: receipts, 7,400 tubs; creamery vlmx 3 ' 3c: firsts, 2830Uc; seconds. H27c; held, extras. J0V4Q31c; firsts. 27WKJic! state dairy finest. JOfltw; good to prime. 27628405 process extras, 26VV337Ho; firsts. 26Mc: Imitation cream ery firsts, 36036c; factory, June make, tlrsts. 24Ho; current make, firsts, XM 24c; paoklng itock, Juno make. No, L 23ttc: current make. No. 7, 228230. C'HEKfc . as . r' a boxe" state whole milk colored specials, 160 UVto; white. 169UUc colored average tancy, 16o; whits, 16c; skim. lH13Vic iiUUS i-inn, receipts. 13.700 cases, fresh gathered extras. 344736c; extra firsts. 3l33c: firsts. Mc: seconds, 26 27c; refrigerator, special marks, fancy, 27c; first. 25V426V4c: seconds. 24823c; taearby hennry, whites, SJ$Wo; gathered WANTED TO UK NT. YpUNG man of good business connec tions' dealrea room. If possible with pri vate bath and sleeping porch; also board; references exchanged. Address A 114, rare Bee. DESK room with or without desk. Ad dress O m Baa. WOULD like to rent a she per. Call Douglas SlPt lilVE STOCK MARKET OP WEST. Ship Uva stock to South Omaha. Save mileage and shrinkage. Your consign ments receive prompt and careful atten tion. LIT Stock Commission Herebssli, MARTIN BnOS. & CO- Exchange Bldg. WANTED TO IHJY. Rachman will trat you right: best prices for turn., clothe shoes. W. 6144 B. 8HAFTON buya men'a cloth. W 647r. WOULD like to get In touch with a party who haa a S or 6-room house for sale, to b moved on a vacant lot. Ad dress, K 124, Omaha Bee. whites. S2CWe; western gathered white, I0O-40C. POULTRY Dressed, quiet; fresh killed western chickens. HftUc; fowls, ISfrlSHc; turkeys, spring, 24?Kc. CHICAGO GRAIN AMD PROVISIONS Fetntnres of thr Trailing; nml Cloning Prices on Hoard ot Trade, CHICAOO. Oct. 23. Revival of export demand today strengthened the price ot wheat Accordingly, the market closed steady at an advance of Uo to He net Other leading staples, too, all showed a gain; corn, SQMo to lo; oat. Utlo to 1c, and provisions, 7Hc to 16c. Lower prices from Liverpool failed to depress T.heat, except at tho opening. Continued falling off in receipts at Minneapolis and Duluth acted aa more than an offiet Report from India that rain had fallen and from Argentina that crop prospects had become bril liant mado only a passlnr Imprasslon. It waa not so when word camo that ex- Sorters had token as much aa a hun ted loads of Manitoba. Bullish senti ment spread, especially sftrr Baltimore announced charters for three cargoes to. go to France. There were also ad yloea that foreigner were buying flour lit Minneapolis. 3,000.000 bushel leas than tbo tltal a year ago. Tnia helped to pnrnt the market from showing, any tendency to sag, and ao likewise did statement on high authority that farm reserve on November 1 would b only 76.000,000 "bushels against 175,000,000 buahols last year. Although corn dipped In sympathy with a decline at Liverpool, offerings wera quickly absorbed and price ad vanced sharply. Country reports were to the effect that feeders were paying higher figures than could be obtained from Chicago cash houses. Tho bears had to contend, besides, with' the In fluence of unsettled weather. Big short In oats cove rod freely. Rural offerings wore reported light Provisions advanced after early weak rcas, due to lower prices for hogs. There waa a general buying movement which appeared to grow out of tho strength ot coarse grain. Closing prices of options; Artlcle Close.! High. Low Close. I Yea'y. ... I. 83VJ S4V 8SU May. MV4 8SHS89J v.orn Dec, WH1 TO 67H May. WHOH uais SB Pork 19 32U 19 40 19 65 10 35 10 60 10 30 10 43 May. li 47H 19 W 19 70 Lard Jan. May 10 ftStyl 10 47Hl 10 47U 10 KH 10 37U Ribs 10 37U May. 10 424-1 10 s 10 55 BUTTER Higher; creamer. 24a?4Hc: to SOc ECUS Higher; receipts, 4.733 cases; at mark, cases Included. VtQUqr ordinary firsts. 02c: tlrsts, 37Uc CHEESE Lower: daisies. 160l5Uc: twins, HUOKHc; Americans, iDlSVio; long horns, 1616Uc POTATOES Higher; receipts, W cars! Michigan and Wisconsin, &37Cc; Minne sota and Ohio, C270o. TOULTRY Alive, Irregular; springs, Ho; to win, 13a: turkevs, 17c t . Knnsna City Oratn and Provlaions. KANSAS CITY, Oct 13.-VmKAT- Cash: No. 2 hard, 824TS7HC! No. 3, 8180c; No. I red, 88Q89HC: No. 8. 86988c CORN-No. 3 white, 7137So,; No. 3. 73 72Hc. Closing prices or tutures; WltlCAT December. ' SOStf SWic?1 Mar. corn pecerooer, fliay( W3Wo., . OATS No. 2 white. H8H0c; No. I mixed, 38939c RUTTER Creamery, 29c; firsts,' 27o; seconds, Mo; packing, 21c EGGS First. 29c; seconds, 22o, POULTRY Hana, 12o; roosters, 9cJ ducks, 10c ; springs, J2c I Mlnnenpoll Grain Market. MINNBAPOM8, Oct.. 2S.-WHEAT-No. 1 hard. SSMc; No. 1 northern, 83ff86c; No. 2 northern. 81968o; No, 2 hard Montana, 81HS2o; No. 8. 79981c; December, ,8ZHO B2Ho; May, 87Hc , FLOUR First patents, $I.CO4,25; second patent, $3.064.08 1 first clears, $2.803.60; second clears, $3.3692.65, BRAN Unchanged, CORN-No. $ yellow, 63H864C OATS-No. 3 white, S3H036ViC. ' RYE No. 2. 6367c, FIAX-L3449L3ft. , UAiuasz uncnangeu, ; II St. ttiinla General Market. ST. LOUIS. .Oct. 21 WHEAT Cash: No. 2 red, 91ttfl3c: No. 2 hard, 84S92HC: December, 8fiTt87d May, 90ttc j. CORN No. 2. 7Ofl70!tc: No, 3 white, 70H 71ci December, iHc; May, 71Hc. OATS No. 3. 39Hc; No. 2 white, 41Hc; December, 40V440hc; May. 43V4c nYE-63c. Receipts. Shipments. Flour, bbl 13.0W 13,000 Wheat bu 73.000 62,000 Corn, bu 66,000 13.000 Oats, bU , 82,000 99,000 Liverpool-(imln Market, LIVERPOOL, Oct, 22. WHBAT-Spot easy; No. 1 new Manitoba, 6a 9V4d: No. 2 old Manitoba, 7s 2d, No. 3 old Manitoba, 7s Hd; futures. Steady; December, 6s 9Hd; March, 6s lid; May, 6s 10d. CORN Spot easy; American mixed, 6s 6d; futures, weak; November La Plata, 4s 7Hd; December La Plata, 4s 9Hd. Metal Market. NEW YORK, Oct 22. METALS Lead: Quiet $4.60, asked; London, 20 7s 6d Spelter: Steady. $5.35.4&; London, & 10s. Copper; Strong, standard spot to December, $6.75, offered ; elpctrolytl" $16.87HI lake, $16.7tt$l?.00; casting, $16.75 Tin; Steady: spot and October, $U.2ig' 40.60; November and December, $(0.tS4f 40.60. Antimony; Dull: Cookson's, $7,60 Iron: Easy; No. 2 northern. $15.60816.00) No. 1 southern. $16.26H5.7S; No. 1 south, ern soft, $15.217115.75. London market closed r Copper: Strong; spot 75; futures, 74 7s 6d. Tin: Firm: spot. 1 lOcr futures, 186. Iron: Cleve land warrants, 62s. BT. LOUIS. Oct 22. METALS Lead: Quiet $4.20, Spelter: Slow, $5.15e.25 Oils and Rosin, ' OIL Prime aummer yellow, $6.8307.06; October. $6.92; December, $6.92; March! ROSIN-fiteady, TURPENTINES RlradV! mnxLln. hkl. 44c ' " HA VAN V Air rv. f rrtTr)TKn?n.FVTc. Firm: 41fillUo Hi M i.m. . .i.t7- "3 bbl'-.' shipments,' 308 bbls!; stock! ROSIN-Flrm. Soles. 1,KJ bbls.; re ceipt, i63 bbU.; Bhlpmanta, 679 bbl.: lock, 156,019 bbla. Quote: A, B, C. D 3.60; I, $3.6503.63; K. $1.20; M, $j0; if. Cotton Market. NEW YORK, Oct 2Z-COTTON-Spot. steady; middling uplands, 14.60c; gulf, 14 75c Cotton closed steady at a net advance of 19 to 24. Futures closed steady; October, 14.11c; Decemebr. 13.91c; January. 13.69o; March, 137c: Msv. It72c: July 13.61c. LIVEBPOOL. Oct Sl-COTTON-Spot In fair demand; pricei steady; middling fair, 8,264; good middling. 7d; middling. 7.84d low middling. 7.d; good ordinary, 6.9Cd ordinary, .62d; sales. 12,000 bales. Cot tea Market., NEW YORK, Oct 22. COFFEE Further bullish crop reports from Braxll caused an opening advance ot 4 to 6 points In tha coffee market this morning, but price soon reacted and the close was barely steady, 13 to points net lower, October. 10.26c December, 10.43oj January. 10.64c; March, 10.75c; May, 10.97c; July, 1117c; September, ll.tSc Spot nominal; Rio No. 7, He; Santos No. 4, Uio. Mild, qulot; Corduva, 13jS16Kc. nominal. Kvaporatrd Apple and Dried Frnlta NEW YORK, Oct 21 EVAPORATED APPLES-Steady. DRIED FRl'lTS-Prunea. firm. Apri cots and peaches, fit in but Inactive. Italsins, unsettled. t I . 83U4 84H0U . $8Kin4 8GH .67UO 6SH . SSMfWt TOW :S8B8 . 19 37H 19 650 19 67H . 19 CO 19 76 . 10 33 10 47H . 10 65 10 62H ,110 27H- 10 S7V4 10 80 10 40 .10 45 10 65 OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET Killing Cattle Steady to Strong and Feeders Slow and Weak. H0QS TEN TO FIFTEEN LOWER Another Liberal Rnn of Sheep nmt Lambs, Largely Feeder Stock Price nenemlly Steady to Strong; on Killer. SOUTH OMAHA, Oct 22, 1913. Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Official Monday 10.411 3.M4 4l.2 Official Tuenday 8,S5 6.0P1 56.2 Estimate Wednesday.. 4,400 6.000 '80.0W Threo days this week.33.7 14,644 1M.3J1 Pame daya Inst week..S4.03l 15,729 115,861 Bam daya 3 wks, nga$4.S)7 16,031 J3f.4 Samo daya 3 wks. ngo.30.W0 16,687 13?.?J? Some days 4 wks. KO.SO,6fl7 13.SS0 118,4 Same daj-a last year..27,4$2 16,094 125,538 The following table shows the range ot price for hogs at the South Omaha live stock, market for tha last taw days, with Date. 1813. 11912.11911.11910.11909.11908.11907. Oct II. I 8 831 6 24 8 41 7 TW 5 99 6 It Oct 13. 8 U41 1 6 S SS 7 51 B 79) Oct. 14. 8 04H 8 88 8 87 8 87 7 40 6 68 00 Oct 15, 7 A$H 8 801 8 49 7 41 KM 01 Oct 16. 7 92S 8 71! 6 SO 7 4 6 60 6 93 Oct 17. 7 90H 8 74 $7 8 66 I & 42 6 04 Oct. 18 8 K 6 31 8 63 7 37 6 09 Oct 1$. 7 86S 8 6S 6 311 8 88 7 $71 (03 Oct. 19. 8 71 6 371 8 81 7 39 6 21 08 Oct. t0.7 76V 8 301 8377 41 622 Oct. 21. 7 62H 8 (3 6 S5 8 81 7 81 6 29 5 M Oct 22.( 7 68 S 48 8 44 7 63 5 43 5 87 Sunrtuv. Receipts and deposition of Uva stock at tha Union Stock Yards, South Omaha, Nab., for twenty-four houra ending at 2 o'clock p. m. yesterday: RECRIPTS-CARS ... Oattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'ses. C. M. A St P. Ry.. 3 4 2 .. Wabash R. R 1 Mo. Pae. Ry 5 8.. Union Paclflo It R 27 24 7 .. C. A N, W east.. 8 3 .. & & N. W.. west.. 7 29 li C Bt P., M. & O.. fl 4 .. .. n n r o vast 4 4 . C B. & Q., WMt... 64 20 8 it 1. r., easi. Tlllnnla Cuntral llv.. 4 1 .. ChL Great Western ,. 1 .. Total recelpU.,.,186 85 llfl S DlSPOSITION-iriOAD. Cattie.HoBS.Bheep. Morris & Co 678 1.CC3 2,870 Swift ft Co 788 1,180 4,00f Cudahy Packing Co.... 739 1,818 6,881 Armour ft Co 4,181 I.81J 2.608 Bchwnrt A Co SSSt .... J. W. Murphy ; .... 213 .... MorreU 9 L. P. Co 71 S. O. P. Co Sinclair Cudahy, Kan. City.... 70 W. B. Vansant Co 239 Bentbn Vansant A L... 384 .... ..... Hill A Son. 185 ..... F. B. Lewis....... 844 Huston A Co , 23 J, n. Root A Co.., 266 J. H. Bulla 180 McCreary A Kellogg.. 426 Werthelmer A Degen... 471 ,, 11. V. Hamilton 10 .... ... Sullivan Bros 6 Rothschild 181 Mo. A Kan.-Cal. Co.... 444 , Christie , 38 Hlggtns 16 Huffman ...... r..,...,.,. 24 Meyers ., r. 24 Krebs , 14 Glassberg ,, 8 Baker Jones A Smith.. 24 Tanner Bros 124 Harvey , , 239 Iowa Cattle Co fl .... Other buyer ...1,018 ,, 89,898 Totals 7.816 6,390 64,730 CATTLE Cattle receipt looked small this morning as compared with yester day morning, only 177 truth cars being reported In, The light receipts created a somewhat better feeling on the market and buyer acted mora as It they wanted the atuff ao that the general tone ot tha marked was better so far as the killing Cattle was concerned. Beef steers were In fair demand and moderate supply. The trade became reasonably active and tha bulk of tH offering changed hands In good season in the morning. The prices paid ranged anywhere from steady to possibly a trifle stronger as compared with yesterday. Therq were oornfeds In the yards, good enough to bring $9.10. Cows and heifer also were In good demand and trad on that kind ot cattle waa more active' than It had been for a number of days bock. The prices paid werA steady with yesterday and In some cases sellers thought they secured pos sibly a little stronger grlces for tha more desirable kinds. Btockera and feeder wera In moderate upply so far a fresh receipts wera con cerned, bpt thero were a large number ot cattle still in the hands ot speculators, that had been carried over from Tues day a the result of the speculative buying waa limited and there were not many buyers In from the country. Thus It happened that the market aa a whole waa very dull and the feeling naturally weak. Quotations on cattle: Oood to cholca beef steers. $$.609.10; fair to good beef steers, $8.00418.60; common to fair beef i$-2"??: J50?1 t0 choice range beeve $7.258.16; fair to good range beeves, $7.0$ 07.25; common to air range beeves, $6.00 7.00; good to choice heifers. $6.VMlt,8V. good to choice cows, $6.0996.60; fair to good grades 86.264J6.00: common to fair grade, $3.2S6.$6; god to cholca stockers and feeders, $7.007.75; fair to good stock ers and Utarrt, $6.6007.09: common to fair stockers and feeders. HOOOno; stock fpws and 'l'rs, 6.007.00i veal calves, K.60Q3.60; bulls, star., etc., K-Xm.'A. Representative sales: BEEF STEERS. No. 14,...,. 1 II 20 U At. Pr, No. At. Pt. H im 8 79 .... rrt i ti t , un i n ...mi 140 t, J0j 00 ,...i7 i a nil l ie STEERS AND HEIFERS, .,,.1100 IK COWS, 1 TOO 4 0 I M 4 U 1 1070 4 n 8 Hi 4 K 1 IM 4 10 8 1010 4 M 1 IU III t ..mi i u 10... I. .. It... II. .. t... 1... 4... .low i a .IM0 t M . IU (10 . ttl I l un i as .no 1 7i uu ( 10 HEIFERS. 4 lit I 40 t t .7(0. 1 40 $ 7 404 I lo 4 BULLS. 3 U3 t 10 1 STAGS. 1 ,..1110 I ! CALVES. 1 3V 4 (0 ' 1 f 104 I Tt 1 1 3SO 1 n . 444 I 14 . 7 71 00 . 4tt 1ft .Moo i es ... 210 I 24 ... 140 to STOCKERS AND FBEDEH8. 1 110 ( II 2 710 75 10 1014 U Ml II 10 H7 140 7 4M 7 M 3 IIS 10 WESTERNS-NEBRASKA. No. AV. Pr. No, Av. Pr, 70 stockers. 7tt 6 70 62 stockers. 732 6 70 16 steers.. ..1127 6 76 27 feeders., $43 6 75 11 cow m 6 60 22 feeders.. 968 7 00 17 feeders.. 1001 6 60 26 feeders.. 894 6 76 12 feeders.. 710 6 78 46 feeders.. 1170 6 73 ri heifers... 907 6 60 66 feeders.. 603 IM 28 feeders.. 794 6 60 U heifers.. .1000 6 20 19 feeders.. 23 6 65 IV feeders.. IMS' 6 15 7 cow 961 4 60 61 feeders.. 755 6 00 26 cow 626 6 60 4 cows 870 4 65 16 feeder.. 857 7 10 13 feeders.. 697 7 10 8 COWS 982 6 30 L. C. lleesley Neb. 18 feeders.. 963 7 00 M. U Men-Neb. 36 feeder. ,1041 6 CO 27 feeders. ,1003 6 60 18 cows 1048 6 90 3 cows 1326 6 00 Tully A Musser Neb. 12 feeders. .1103 7 00 9 heifers... 961 6 10 16 feeders.. 1100 6 76 45 feeders.. 1164 6 6 16 feeders.. l'fl 6 66 S9 feeders.. 1140 6 90 Coffee A Tlnnar Neb. 19 steers,. ..1106 6 70 Vti feeders.1073 I 75 M. T. Morrls-Ncb. 21 feeder.. 602 6 60 C. F. Jorklnson Nab. 9 cows 9f4 6 10 27 cows 974 6 00 Scows 881 6 33 ( feeders.. 940 6 60 HOGS Receipt wera very fair this morning, and with other market report ing lower values, packers started out to force another big slump In the local mar ket First bids were fully Uo lower, and a good many sales were made on this basis. As tha morning advanced, how ever, prices strengthened slightly, and towards tha close did not look to b more than lOSUo below yesterday's average. Taking the marktt all the way through. values show a decline of 10015c Trade waa not very active at any time, but It was more lively than on preylous days of the week, and a fair clearance had been made by a little after 10 o'clock. Bulk of the sales were made at $7 Mf 7.66. with tha long string at $7.60. The best price paid was $7.C5, Just 16c below yesterday' high price. The market ha been going down all week, and the de clln for the three days amounts lo 369 40c Supplies amounted to about tlghtynlne cars, or 6,000 head, making the total for the throe days 11737. This Is about 3,000 smaller than last week, and nearly 2,600 lighter than for the corresponding days last year, i Representative sales; No, At. Bh. IT. No. At. Bh. Tr. j Hi ... 70 M,. m .. ?W tl IM H ID T 110 S40 1 60 t Ill 44 to (t Ul 10 7 U M HI ... 7 40 II Ml ... 7 M 41 til IN T 40 II 90S ... 7 10 41. IH IM III 40., 4 49 7 10 I W 140 7 41 1 JJ 100 7 M tl Ill 10 T It 10 110 W tw 77 . HI 50 7 44 M Ml MO 7 UH NT 1(0 7 M ttl 111 7 UU m to 7 IS 71 IS 7 HH 94. ..i. ..107 ! 7 41 ttl IH IU 1 Nl 144 7 41 II Ill ... IU 41 Ml 110 t 41 41 Ill ... 7 It II HI 10 Tl M,,...lt4 M0 7 11 41. .,....! M 110 II 3M M IU U !! 40 7 10 IS II MTU I. .....till IH TH 10 101 UO TIS li ut tio t io to m IH Mi.-.iiV.1." n KW 7 11 MIKKP There was a better feeling on all kinds of fat stuff, buyers having bia on most of the offerings at a compara tively tarty hour nnd everything being praotlcally cleaned up by 10:30 o'clock at prices generally steady to strong on both shep and lambs. The killer supply did not form a large a proportion of the re. trlpta as yesterday, being rather light for a Wednesday and the general quality of tho offerlnn was nnl fftwwt. Thn Lulk of the fat Umba moved at figures around $6.6OQ.90, being the same ran so aa the day before. Fat ewes aold largely at $4.(svl.2$, and fat wethers at $t.36t 4.60, there being few, if any. yearlings suitable for the packers on the market There waa little Ufa in the feeder trade until a lata hour In the forenoon and when most of tha feeding sheep and lambs did mova the demand did hot aeam an broad as of late. The beat grade. of feeding lambs sold little tt any differ ently from yesterday, but anything that was not strictly good had a weak and lower tendency, there being another de cline of about 194)160 on such grades. Tha most desirable feeding lamb ar quota ble at 86.604M.20. with tha In-between kinds or lighter grades anywhero from $6,00 to $5.60. Today's total receipts footed up lit cara, or some 30,009 head against 41,630 a week ago, 48.0M two weeks ago and 88.468 a year ago. Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs, good to choice. $6-7607.00: lambs, fair lo good, $6.604f4,7S: lambs, oulls. $5,6946.75! lamb, feeders, $6,004W.M; yearling, light, $S.26U6.65; yearlings, heavy, $4.$4K.23 yearlings, feeders, $4.6006,60; watners, good to choice, 84.35SN.70: wethers, fair to, good, 14. 25ff4.Se; wethers, feeders. $4.00 44.49; awes, good to choice, $l.994,40; ewes, fair to good. $3.7694.00: ewes. teed, era, $3.2S4f$.40 cull sheep, li.00g3.09. CHICAOO L1VH STOCK MARKHT Cnttle Mostly Ten tn Fifteen Cent Higher Hog Slow. CHICAGO. Oct 23.-CATTLE-Rcetpt. 18,609 head; becrvas mostly 10a to 16o higher, butcher stuff strong: txyiveo. $. 09.70; Texas staera, $6,8648.(10: western steers. M.10U8.80: stockers and feeders. $5.107.65: rows and heifers, $3.t84e.30; calves. I7.0ftffl0.69. HOGS Receipts, 23,000 head! market Blow, to to loo lower; bulk, $7.097.W5; light $7.4611.00; mixed, $7,41418.15: heavy, $7.868.10: rough, $7.aser7.ro! pig. $1,6047.30, RIIHKLP Attn t.AVfll.qTl.o.lnln. 40.600 head; market steady to 15c higher; lambs, strong: native sheen. I4.CoiK.b0: western. $4.1686.00 yearlings, 36.104ij.90; lamb, na tive, lo. r, , k ; western, Ifriwyi.. Kan City Lira Stexslf: Market. KANSAS CITY, Mo,, Oct, J. CATTLE Receipts, 14.000 head: beef steers searoi and firm: other cattle steady to Weak. Prime, fed steers, $4.769.40; dressed beet steers, $7,252)8,76; western steers, tlOOtr $.60; southern steers, $6.606.66; cows, $4.26 43T7.00: .heifers. 36.00fl9.00: stocker and jlfeedert, $5.50.36; bulls, I4.TM6.K; calves, HOGR-Relpts, 13,060 head; markat 10 ra lower: bulk of sales, 87,if7,t; heavy, $7,6397.90: packers and butchers, $7.6ftU7.00; light, $7,40437.90; Pigs, H.994f7.00. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 21,000 head; markat strong to 16a higher; lambs, $4. 946. 90; yearling. $i.756.50; wethers, 4.25$4.85; eWM, I3.2&S4.25. St, Louis Live Stock Market, ST. TwOUIS. Mo., Oct. 22.-CATTl.E-Receipts, 4,500 head: market strong! good to choice steers, $7.26438.00; stockers and feeders, $3.267.60; cows and heifers, $4.75 OI.00; bulls, l6.7KM.75: calvss, W.0.&0; southern steers, $1.0001.75; cows And heif ers, $1.2636.60. HOGS-Recelpts. 9,600 head; market tic lower; pigs and lights, 96.J6C7.90j mixed and butcher, $7.tOtj8.00; good heavy, $7.V0 06.06. SHEEP AND LA M US Receipt s, 3,000 head: market strong; mutton. $3.7694.60; yearlings, 36.00fl6.00i lambs, 4tOC7.. qlotix City Live Stoalc Market, SIOUX CITY, la., Oct OATTLB Reoelpta, 1,460 head; market steady to lower; beet nteura, $6.09U?.00i cows and heifer, $4.60.a5! can n era. $8.t64.60; stocker and feadara, $6.W7.U calves, $7.2509.60: biUli, Ugs, eta, $.7W.7. )Ioa-RclpU, 4,090 head; market 150 to 26o lower; heavy, 17. Kir 7. M; mixed, $7.4.S 7.60; light, $7.6O7.60; bulk of solas, $7,46 HHEi:P AND LAMBS Receipts, 800 head; market steady; fed muttons. 6.!fi 6.76; wether. $4.26H.7S; ewes, $3.6944.40; Iambs, $i.60e.SS; 81, Joseph Live Sloek Market, BT. JOSEPH, Oct. 22. CATTLE Re ceipts, 1,800 head. Market steady to strong; steer, $5.(060.09; cows and heif ers, $109f.60: calves. $5.0010.00. HOGS-Recelpts, 6.000 head. Market 10 016o lower; top, $7.00; bulk of sales, $7.60 7.75. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 900 head. Market steady; lambs, $160.sa Live Stock In Sight. Receipts of live stock at the six prin cipal western markets yesterday; cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Bt Louis 4.60U 9.600 Kansaa City 11,000 Sioux City. 1,400 South Omaha , 4,400 St. Joseph 1,800 Chicago 18,600 13.0U0 4.000 6,000 6.000 88.000 Totals 4 1, COO 66.603 &6,a Local Brenrltlr. QoUllon fsrnlihtl tr Durni. Drlnkar 4k Co., 441 Omtba Nitloul Unk bullllsgi Dto. Akfd. Amorleaa Caa U, UU MH llti Oritrleo Cntmerr s'd. HH M ColerldiT. Nob., U. lilt , rt 10) ChlMio Itr.. Hriii A. HIT II ll't Folrnont Croamtr por ctot sutr.. HU 10OV rtlrmoitt Camrr 7 ptr ctot pfd.,.. K lom Kali KWor Co.. 8. V. it. 1112 1O0V4 101H Inter. IUpl4 Trandl 6. 1144 1Vi IIM iov nr. tad. 1111 u a Kuhi Cltr Ttr. Rr 4, 1140 M 14 Memphis Union gutloa lo, 1911. ...... 111 101U Mollno Plow Co. lot fti 101 lOi Uldllt WeK UtllttUo it, 1111 MM rlM MeMi. II. U, li4ltatpo lit It, itO.. MH U Cltr ot Omtha WtUr 4Vi. 1M1 M M Oraait QU It. 1111...., , M M Onaba C. tt St, ttr. It, 1WI, H MH Ontba A C a. Ht nr. ton M Pacino a. A E. 4 P. 0. aotta. 116 MU, gauni!r-Kondr HUl. 4 p. e. p(4., MH 100 gleul fitr 8tek Yanli It, 1IM M tt Soulh Onahs Klrt Hall 4a, 1M4...... W M Port bt gtattlo 4H. IMI M S Tttubtoa, Idaho, ta. 1111 M 100 TcontttM It, till M loo Union mock Tanla. Onuha , MH II Wlnsobaso. Ntb.. Wattr la. 1UI M 100 War" Count r, 8. P.. No. It. 6a 1111 WH 100 Dry Goods Market, NEW YOnK, Oct. 2S.-DIIY OOODS Print cloth markets hold very firm. Nar row cloths are still quoted much below the parity ot wide cloths of similar yams. Jobbers of ginghams are looking forward to advances that have been held bock for some time. Heavy colored goods are firm. London Stock Markrt, LONDON'. Oct 22. American securities opened around parity, then advanced 4n light covering. At noon the tone was steady at prices from unchanged to K higher than yesterday New York clos ing. Sugar Market. NEW YORK. Oct. 22. SUGAR Raw, market firm; muscovado, 2.98c; centrifu gal, 3.4c; molasse. 2.73c. Refined, steady. HEW YORK STOCK Becomes Ball After Favorites Fall 07f Few Points. . TONE IMPROVES TOWARD LAST tlnll Leader Not Inclined to Take Ana-resolve Position In View of Unrrrtnlntlra of General Situation. NEW YORK. Oct. 2J.-Aftr the favor Its stocks had relapsed a point or so from the hleh level attained nn VrstAr. day's buoyant rise Interest In specula tion (ilea out today and the market Be came dull and flat. Tho tone Improved. and part of the early losses waa recov ered, but In tha final hour quotations moved off again. nun leaders were not inclined to taxo an aggressive position, In view ot tha Uncertainties of thn general situation. Comparatively little significance was at- laennj to tne recent upturn, wnicn ap- fiareritly signified merely that short sell- ng has been overdone. No conslderabln Volume' of outside buying was attracted by the rise. . steady pressure against sieci was ef fective In holding the market in check. Most of tho bearish talk ot the day cen tered about the steel stock. The steel trade reviews spoke of further reduc tions In working forces, and It waa an nounce" that ono of tub ateel corpora tions auixldlarlfs had dismissed a large number ot employes. Additional price s-eOttTtlons W;re reported. Tho Mexican situation was again brought to the fbre by the day news, which exerted a restraining Influence. Stocks selling was another factor In de pressing tho market. Blocks were un loaded freely for londbn account on the opening break, chiefly amalgamated ana Canadian Pacific. Declaration, of 2l per cent bac div idends on Vulcan Del nnlng Pfrred caused a jump or 16V4 point In the xck. Amerls.cn Tobacco was again strong, it rain n the, last two day amounUngto 15 points.' CaHfornla troVmilnc,?To mon and preferred were weak, felling to l0MsCeated off a trtOts Dlrtlllerr U extended their recent rtse by tnovlng up IH. Total aale, par value, 11,990,090. linlted State, i registered advanced H 0NSmber of sale and leading quotations on .lock, were: J Amatcmta Copper ... .7 7H 7IH JW Amtrltan Agrtouitural Aiaonoaa Bet. ugtr. ,J2 HS S iivC Am.rlcan ijin 1JW H !" Amoriean Caa p4. ...... J M , JJ Aatrtoaa a r.. ...... 700 44H 4414, 44 Atncrlcsa Cotton Oil.... f" Am. Ico Hotorltltt , ,. J'v AMtrUan tla ..,... ...... Anarlean tooomotlT . JJ American 8. A R, MO H ,J1 American 8. A It Pta.. 100 10OH 100H J American T. A T... .... W 1HH 1JJH Amorloan Tobaeeo J.J00 WH 33 347 Aaaooali Mining Co..,, JJ " Atehlian . HH 98H JJH Atektaon pM , .i" Jf Atlantlo Out Lino.,.. 1H Baltlmoro Ohio 300 11 JJH JJH Htlhlthtm Mel XX) , JH Brookir napij Tr...... ""i " " Canadlta Paelfla , SH ti tMSi Central Uathar M0 JJH KH JJH Chaoaptak Ohio,. too 174 Chltaso O. W. ., 400 11H II llK aSS:. m. n. r... tw mj lotH iH Chtram AN.. HO ltt 1MH 314H ColorMo rati A Iron.,, 300 H H H contoitatua oi ...... w lH i corn Ifoductt MO WH , 9H IMIawaro A Mnaoon , .- ..... 110 Dram A Itlo OraeJ H ntBTer A n. O. pM..,.. 100 J0H 90H 9H IMttHltrt' BecvrtU 4.P00 1IH 17H MH Kris I6M MH 11 H 97S Mis lat pM,,, i ,,' 4H Krtm tA nf J.......... X (HntraJ fclectrlo ....., 0 1I1V4 141 1WH Ortat Northern pti 700, liU IH , 1H Ortal Northern On etfa. too m MH IlllnM' Ofilral , 14414 J4H 14, Istorboroush Met 1.100 II lt UU later. Met Std,, 1.90Q MH ITW I7H lstanuuloaal Harrestor,. I, ..... MtH Inier-Marleo pM . 1(H InttrBAtloaal l'tptr ..... ...... TH Intoraatlonal Itrsp 900 IH IH H Kaaaas Cltr Boutacra.i, 490 MH MH 2IH Lacledo Oaa ., W Ihlfta Vallor 409 MfH 1S1H ut LoultTlllt A NaahTlllt.. , MtH M.. Bt P. A 8. Wo, M. 400 Ul WU 1M iMIaaonrl, K. A, T.. ...... TOO II MH MH Mlwouri racltlo 1,100 MH MH Sh .Natleaal Hianlt ,,,.,, . ... IM MaUeeal Lta4 ,. M0 4IH 44 45V4 N. R. R. ot M. H pH II Nt York Caatral. 1.060 M KH N, T.i a A W 4M I7H KH MH Norfolk A Witters , 1MH North Atntrlosn , 71H Nort&tra rtolllf , , 704 10IH 1C7H 107U raeino Mail , UH lTnnt;lranla .., 8.400 U0H 1S 1MH Itpl'l OM 800 IU IM 1M(, P., C. C III U IJ Ptttipprsh Coal .., , , MH rrtatta 8tt oar,, ioo UH MH MH Pullmaa Palata Car.,,,,, 100 lit 111 IH RaaJIni M.tM 1MH 1I1H 1"H lUpablio Ires A Btttl 11)4 Hteubllo I, A 8. ptl.... M4 UH 91 (0 Hock Itltnd Oo 8.M0 14H UH UH Hock liland Co. p!4 I, KM ft IrH SO W. L. A B. P. 34 ptd.. M H lil Ncaboart Air Lint.,..,.. ...... , RH jaboar4 A. U M,... 709 17H H 47H tnoM-Biirtltl4 B. A ,1 , ,, Mi ftontntra Paaltle ........ 7.M9 MH KH P7H BoMthtrn Railway 4 M tISi MH Bo. Railway pfa..,.' Me TH 74H fH Ttnnetatt Copctr ... ... l.ase MH H MH Ttana A Pacino ..... 14 Union Paclfto 11,100 UtH 1I1H H1H Union Paclfte tti .... sou JJnttM Watt, kaaltjr..,. T, I." I . IT VtiUi IUtt Rubbtr..,. 100 M MH MH V,n,,.K JlUV t-- H 8TH Hi !' JS11 M0 107H 107 MH Utah Copper. ., 1,190 im uu jjh Va.-CkroHa Chtmlca ., M0 MH MH MH IVaWaali ,.....,... .,... ,..SJ tu wabatb. pf Ltm im UH 11 Wtattra Marjland M4 MH MH MH Wttm vWnlo .;.,.... M9 M NH Wertlmboutt -gltctrlo ,. MO 97U tt H Wbotllma. Last Brt 1 . .. e f TotU saltf tor the .,, H.WsMrea New York Money Market. NBW TORK, Oct 2.-MONEY-On call, steady, at 3b4 per cent: ruling rate. IH per cent; cleang. 34H per cent Time loans, easier; sixty day, 4i por sent; ninety day, S per cent; alx months, 4i per cont PHI MU MERCANTILE PAFER-5i4i46 per cent 8TBHUNO BCIIANaB-FIrm, at H.812S for sixty days. 84.8S.40 tor demand; com mercial bills, M.60T4. SILiVBR Bar, 61c; Mexican dollars, 47c BONUS Oovernment, firm; railroad, easy. Closing quotations on bond today ware as follows! V. B. rot. 3. reg... MHK. C, Six rf. u... Il do coupon .M 'UK. d.b. U Un MH U. 6. M ft JMHIj A N. unl, 4t, , MH do ooapta HiA";.?- T. Irt 4t.. MH U. B. 4a, m J2J3..t''" H I4. do ooapon lHMo. laetfl 4a.. . Panama It ooupon,. Jl do eonr. It. 7114 "A.-C lit l "N JIIOIX 4H4 Amtr. As. U... ." IM . r, a , g, ihi. "m A. T. A T. t. 4I...M t46 so 4. M A. Tobaoo. la. . 41J N. T . W.'jfc it. Armour A Co. 4Ha. M tr ,H, Atchlaoa ga- W. itt e, 4.,. kh uil. s i. "j " wiag. ta, . siu do iHt KS1,""- Ka llll. tji Brook. Tr. at. .52lo..e. 4a, lw Cn. oC Oa. It 'fjjjjletdlnn ,n. M On. LtaUwj It. ... J4H8 U As. F. tf 4a 70 Cht. A Ohio 4 Hi. JJ do ton. t. M da coot. 4HS. ... 71 it. u s. W. e. 4t. 71 Cblooao A A. IHI. g. A. h. adl. It. H C. D. A Q. I. 4a.. MHBa Pae. ool. a, ,i do stn, 4a..v- 5 T. 4o 14 V M A B P 0 4H"1JH do lt rtf. 4t. r C. II. I. A P. c. 4t JJH80. Itallwar u. . do rts. 4t "Jr. 4i- TlS C. A 8. r A 4H. MfValoa Pacino 4t, D. A II. ot. 4a MH do er. 4a... . n D. A R O. rtf. It.. MH 'do irt A rtf. u,. MH Dlatllltra' U HU. B. Rubber at...,l05 Brta p. t 4a JlHt'. K. Sltti Id ta, H do stn. b tlHV-c chm. tt ., uu da ot. 4a. Mr. D. 74HWabaah lit A ox, 4t HU III, Otn. 1st r- 4a.. ? WeaUr Md. U , TtU Inttr. Met 4H;. "" TIHW.,1. Ei,. h' H" Intor. M. M. 4H- MHWla. Ototral ..,., M Japaa 4Hi MH Bid. Oliartd. Hoaton Stock Market, BOSTON. Oct 27. -Closing quotations on stock: v, , Allouaa m-. " Coa. ...... UH AmaU Copptr HNIplan Uinta . . IW A. I. U A B "Si MH Artaona Cv- .. .-, '"th Wf ...... I Ul B. A C C. A B. M. " 4?"11 ,. ...H Cl. A Arliooa 4HOttoU .... tj Ol. Ktcla IU Oatner u Ontaaalal 11 hnnoa Cbpper lUasa C. C It guporlor ... TXK BuU a M. IS Buptrtar A B. M. , tc rwotlts, 7"rak M Orasbr Con 71H17. a 6. It A It. M Otmoo Canaata .... Co pfd Itlo Roiral Copptr. 11 Wah 0. Ktrr taao I ll-HJIJ" Copptr .. UH IoCopiMr t- 3 I Ballt Copper IHWolTtrta , ..... aitr Miami Cbpptr 3H Mobawk 40 f . .. Key to the Situation-Bee AiJrartUlBg, )