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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER' 12, 1902.
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JTELEEHONE SYSTEM IN USE ON
Stretching of the Wires Is Completed
for the Greater Part of the Dls
tance from New York to Buffalo.
What ths Black Diamond Has to
Say About the Value of Anthracite
Cool Tho Delaware, Lackawanna
and Western Board as It Has Been
Made Up for Today.
Tho pilvato telephone system which
n:is been Installed bv tho Delawaio,
Lackawanna and Western Itallroad
company for ltu own use Is now in
operation between New York city nnd
Ktmlra, N. Y.
ArranRcmcnts have been mado where
hy tho railroad company him connec
tions with other companies between
Klmlra and Buffalo, unci from 131m;
liamton to Syracuse, until such time as
their own service Is completed.
This elves a direct line of communi
cation between the offices of tho differ
ent superintendents, anil connections
with all the other division and local
superintendents. A Tribune man was
talking to L. B. Foley, superintendent
of telegraph, nt 20 Kxchnnge place,
New York, yesterday afternoon from
General Superintendent T. K. Clarke's
The company has alpo arranged with
different companies whereby they can
communicate by 'phone with many of
their station agents alow? the main line.
Tho Value of Coal.
"It is a well known trade principle,"
says the Mack Diamond, "that a com
modity is worth what It will bring. In
case of a necessity or a commodity
that is regarded largely as a neces
sity there are homo limitations to this
rule. Then It will bring the price
which can bo paid for it by the ma
jority of consumers. If this price Is
jiut beyond the reach of the average
fonsumers, It Is rapidly being estab
lished as (i principle of common law
that the government has power to reg
ulate It within certain limitations. This
l ule further provides that the producer
of any article of common necessity is
entitled to a fair profit on tho com
modity which he produces.
"We believe that anthracite coal may
Vie considered as coming fairly under
these wrll known laws of trade. A
fortnight or three weeks ago anthra
cite coal was celling in this country
at from $11! to tM a ton. It was bought
at tlio.so figures, and in many instances
very gladly. Duo to the stringency in
Mipply Welsh coul was being brought
into Uils country nnd was being sold
In tin seaboard citlos at ?10 a ton, re
tall. I'nder the conditions existing
then, neither of thete prices was con
sidered exorbitant. Those who were
obliged to buy conl because of their
needs paid them gladly.
"In the one. instance AVclsh coal is
Inferior to our anthracite coal. Would
It be any extortion, then, if the oper
ators had decided to rais-e the price
to the same basis as this Imported
Welsh? That was what the commod
ity was worth two weeks ago; it was
no violation of tiade rules and of trade
laws to obtain that price for it then
why Is it now?
"We think, reasoning from the
standpoint of intrinsic value, the an
thracite producers of coal wero justi
fied in obtaining as much ns they
rould for their product for a certain
time. If the conditions had been
changed nnd it had been a stringency
in butter in this country, there would
have, been no criticism of the butter
makers if they had sold their product
for the highest price It would bring.
If there was a stringency of labor,
there would bo little criticism of the
laborer if ho got all for his day's
labor he could commnnd. But the op
erators arc not taking advantage of
"Tho advance of no cents a ton,
which they have put in effect, is only
partially to reimburse them for an in
dustrial controversy, which caused
them losses aggregating many thous
ands of dollars, due to the destruction
of property, flooding of mines, idleness
of rolling stock nnd motive power, and
wages occasioned by the fact that
many employes were continued on the
pay-roll without having adequate du
ties to perform, simply because their
discharge would have been a source
of suffering to Innocent persons in
volved in a controversy In which they
"The slight advance mado on an
thracite coal may bo more than wiped
out by any recommendations tho ar
bitration commission may make as to
future wages. Such recommendations
will apply from the first of November.
This advance was necessary for tho
protection of the operators and tho
stockholders in their companies. As a
matter of fact, the operators would
have been Justified in ndvanclng the
price much more than they did. Tho
fact that they have not advanced tho
prices any more Is an evidence that
they have tho welfare of tho public at
Increase In Steel Imports.
Importations of fdrelgn-made Iron
nnd steel continue unabated and nt a
tremendous increase over a year ago.
According to the summary of tho bu
reau of statistics of the treasury de
partment, covering the first nine
months of the calendar year, tho Im
portations of iron nnd bteel Into tho
United States amounted to 732,751 tons.
For the same period lost year they wero
only Ulpl20 tons.
The gicat increases are In ingots, bil
lets nnd structural steel, from 5703 to
180,075 tons, .steel and iron rails, S90 to
tiri.023 tons, and pig Iron, from 33,065 to
339,406 tons, Tho value of the total im
ports of Iron and steel for the nine
months was $27,812,049, against IH.037,
766 for the similar period in 1901,
Exports show q heavy falling off. For
Stepped Against a Hot Stove.
A child of Mrs fleo, T, Benson, when
getting his usual Saturday night bath,
rstepptd back against a hot stove which
burned him severely, The child was In
great agony and his mother could do
nothing to pacify him. Itememberlng
that she had a bottle of Chamberlain's
I'aln Balm in the house, she thought
die would try It. In less than half
an hour after applying It the child was
quiet and asleep, nnd in less than two
weeks was well. Mrs. Benson Is a well
kpown resident of Kdlar, Va. Pain
Balm is an antiseptic ' liniment and
v.-peclally valuable for burns, cuts,
bruits and sprains, For sale by all
Do Not Be Deceived. You have
Kidney Trouble, and You Do
Not Need a Physician to
Tell You So.
Pain in the back is an almost infallible)
ilgn of kidney disease ; a surer sign is
tho condition of your urine. If you have
a pain in the back, than look to tho con
dition of your urine. It is easily done.
Tako a glass or tumbler and fill it with
urine ; after it has stood 24 hours, if it
has a sedimont, if it is milky or cloudy,
if it is palo or discolored, stringy or ropy,
your kidneys und bladder are in a dan
gerous condition and need immediate at
tention, or the consequences may prove
fatal. Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite
Remedy is tho one medicine that really
cures all diseases of the kidneys, liver,
bladder and blood, rheumatism, dyspep
ila and chronic constipation, and it will
take you but a short trial to convince
yourself of its wonderful curntlvo power.
G. F. Sammerof No. 400 Tioga street,
Syracuse, N. Y., in a recent letter says:
"I was afflicted for years with
severe pains in my back and kid
neys. I tried many doctors nnd
many medicines, but got no relief.
I bought a bottle of Dr. David Ken
nedy's Favorite Remedy and it has
entirely cured me."
It is for sale by all druggists in the
MOW BO Cent Stzo and the regular
$1.00 size bottles less than a cent a dose.
Sample Mtlt enough for trials free by mail.
Dr. David Kannedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y,
Br. DtI4 Kennr oY Cherry lUlsam bost for
C14i, Coughs, COMumptlon. 83c, 60c, $1.00.
tho first nine months of 1001 the United
States exported 531,885 tons of Iron and
steel: this yenr only 299.S5S tons.
Iron and steel manufacturers say that
If they could get the raw materials
fast enough there would be no trouble
to supply the great demand. The raw
materials are to be had. but the trans
portation facilities of the country have
proved inadequate to the demands upon
D., L. and W. Board for Today.
Following is the make-up of tlio
Dolawaje, Lackawanna and Western
board for today:
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11.
Extras Knut C, p. m., Baxter; :.',0 p. m.,
Staples; B p. m .McCarty; 10.30 p. m.,
Flnnorty; 12 midnight, Thomas.
Summits 6 p. m .f. llcnnlgan (cast);
S p. in., Thompson (west).
Extras West 11 p. ra. Llmlsay.
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 12.
Extras East 1 a. m., Wallace; 2 a. m.,
I- J. JIahon with Jt. J. llcnnlgan'.'. crow;
U n. m JIcLanc; i.ZO a. m., Swarts! 7 a.
in,. Stevens; n a. m., Carney; 10 a. m.,
Mosler; 11 a. in., Dohcrty: 12 noon. Van
Wormcr; 1 p. vn.. Abrams; 2 p. m.. Dunn;'
3 p. m., J. Gcnity; 4 p. m., O. W. FiU
gerald; 5 p. in., Labar.
Summits 7 a. in., Frounfelkcr (west);
S a. m Carrigg (oast); 9 a. rn., Nichols
(west); U a. m,, Ciulden (east); 1 p. in,, .M.
Pushci s-2.00 n. in., Liitllmcr (wc:.t): 7
a. m., Wldncr (west); 7 a. m., Flnnerty
(west); S a. m., Jlouser (east): 11.15 a. m.,
Moran (e.'istlt); 1 p. m., A. J. JIcDonald
(west): 1 j). m., C. Bartholomew (Blnom);
7.S0 p. m.. Murphy (east); 9 p. m V. 11.
Helpers 1 a. m., Miigovern; 7 a. m.,
Gaffney; 10 a. tn., Sctor; 3.13 p. m., Stan
ton. Extras West Third .".1, Fish: 3 a. m.,
Brown; 1 p. m., Kingsley; 4 p. in.,
All extias west are for Elmiiu except
when indicated otherwise.
Conductor Wolcot and ragman II. Ev
ans will take their run on second 31 Wed
nesday, Nov. 12.
J. II. Masters will run Mann's crew un
til further notice.
LIST OF ADVERTISED IjETTEKS.
List of letters remaining uncalled for at
Scranton postofficc, November 12, MO-1.
Persons calling for same please say ad
vertised and givo date of list.
Ezra II, Hippie, postmaster.
Miss Alphla Arnold.
Mr. Commodore Jil.ick. Levi Balsbaugh,
Georgo J. Burbon, Wlnnifrcd Barrett,
W. H. Beckett. Mrs. B. A. Bass, Edgar
Brace, Andro Baran.
Miss l.ou Cluisc, Mrs. J. W. Crawford.
U J. Do Young, Mls Martha Davis, P.
K. .1. Erbcr.
.loliu Ferguson, Kallo Fcnnell, A. N.
Fally, J. H. Terry, D. I,. Flick, Miss
Bridget Gallagher (2), Jennie Gilrny,
Whirred Hannon. M. Hants, Mario
Haul, J. Hopkins, Margaret Hughes, G.
Henry Jacobs, Tt. S. Jones, W. J. Jones,
S, If, Knot, Frank J. Kommercr, Jr.,
William C. Kelser, Georgo Kennedy.
Mrs. Patrick I.uiidy, Mrs. Mary La
patyner, Dr. S. C. lowls, M. I,ayden.
Jcnnlo Murfy, Jos. Mnnnion. J. Wayno
Mendleson, Nellie Moren, Sid Marshall,
W. D. Morrison, Arthur D, Mack, Mrs,
Mitchell, James Miller, John McDonald,
Blanche S. Noble,
Mrs. J. J. O'Toolo, Mrs. S. A, O'Toolc,
E, Phillips. Ambrose D. Frcntlss, S. J,
Powell, Ida Phillips.
Mark Itoblnson. John BlvlnRton, Nolllo
Heap. V. (J. Both, Richardson Bros., M.
D. B. Olson Steal, Mrs. W. H. Singer,
Georgo Swajve. Frank Sphau (special), 223
Doclas street; Donald Sinclair.
I.oulso Tenny, airs, C, Thomas.
Mr. A'an Bamscn.
Georgo Wlrtli, P, Woodrlch, Michael
Walter, T. W. Wells, Ralph Wheeler,
Asa Wolfe, D. S. Wright, Mrs. F. W, Wil
son, 1 lamer Welns, Roy Warden. R. Wil
kinson, II. K. Wlnslow.
I.yoctauo Abbatc, Aleksander Bogus,
Antonio Qraudlnettl, Gioseppl Riogaul,
Fiancesco P.iliunm. Orazla Forgiono fu
Michelo, Martino Dlmasl. Carmnla Sper
razza, Felice E. Aposteles Glrotuiuo,
Josef Myaskl, Mlehallna Htnnklnndlcz,
Mnrcln Lisowskl, TuJiu Lundez, Bolestaw
Boguckl, Josof GInoleckl. Konko Gyorgy,
Mlchallk Wawrznlzk, Pap Josof, Gen
rtruda Tomaszewlcz, I.oreno Lecznar, Wa
lenty Sztygoskl, Tones Stosukoitls. Btnn
ays taw Blenkyewyc, Jnnn Ponotawskloniu,
William Kanmski, Alex Andrzowskcr.
Max Koztowska, Andaulo Landolpo.
Jnoszas Bakus, Bztefan Kowelczyk, Malk
Grinewcokls, Hnat Pllzzka, Johau Boo
zar, Mosse Gilbert, Joliau Svolian, Malk
Kumot, Ozlba Mlhaly, Nan Torch, Marck
Riatek, Vlnko Gollk, Jons Bernlc, Mlko
Gumansku, KaniHtantz Namratha. An
tonln Nanyokas Wojcleck Boyuk, Josonh
West Scranton Station,
Karol Dumnlowskl, Mrs. Alice Davles,
Miss Blodwln Jenkins, Mrs. L. C. Ciofut,
Alex Mutejkowaky, Miss Ruth, John
Stltt, Clinton Skirt Co. '
They Pay the TTser.
If you wish a half-tone or lino cut,
let the Scranton Tribune make It for
you. Our equipment for this work Is
complete and up-to-date. We have
facilities for doing tho finest sort of
work at lowest prices and what's more,
we do it. A trial order will convince
We are giving you plenty of time to consider and to try
We don't put you into excitement and force our Rugs
on you at exceedingly high prices.
We don't sell you Rugs we know will not wear more
than a couple of years.
Our Rugs are not washed and made antique with chem
icals. Our Regular Prices Are 20 Per Cent Low
er Than Any Other Prices.
Inspect Our Stock.
Wall Street Keview.
Now York, Nov, 11. There was a fresh
outbreak of demoralization on tho stock
exchange this afternoon after quite a
substantial recovery had been achlovcd
this morning. Tho manner in which tho
market acted at tho recovery was such
as to give somo preparation for the re
newal of heavy liquidation. It Is a maxim
of professional traders, after a day of
such violent declines as those of yes
terday, to buy stocks and cover short
contiucts. This was the course pursued
in tills morning's market, resulting in ad
vances of from 1 to 2 points In the ma
joilty of leading active stocks on the list,
but tho absorptive power of the market
showed a steady decrease aa'thc advance
in price proceeded. Commission houses
were practically Idle and reported that
no orders wore being received from out
side sources. The market wavered uncer
tainly through tho noonday period and
even stood with apparent equanimity tho
caily stages of the violent liquidation in
Amalgamated Copper. Tho seemingly
endless outpouring of this stock eventual
ly undei mined tho market. The Identity
of tho capitalists in control of this cor
poration with those controlling tho Stand
aid Oil company und tho enormous pres
tigo carried by this group in financial af
fairs caused a deep significance to bo at
tached to the unloading In Amalgamated
Copper. As a consequence enormous
liquidation was renewed throughout tho
list. Some of the stocks which took a
leading place in the morning recovery
wero tlio mo-st acute sutfereis tn tho lute
weakness. Just at the close St. Paul
mado a. t-pcclncular tuinblo to 17ti. making
a loss of "& fiom last night. This move
ment was accepted as additional corrob
oration of the unfavorable, view of mar
ket values by the. financial group above
loforred to. There was no now develop
ment to account for tho weakness and tt
was conMdeicil to bo duo simply to tho
desire on the part of the speculative
holders to lighten their load further,
pending tho exigencies upon tho money
market which must bo met between now
anil the first of tho year. There was evi
dence of particularly heavy liquidation in
Southern Paclllc. in Northwestern thero
was a break of 9 points, Lackawanna 0vt,
Tonne&sce Coal 5, and United States Real
ty, ono of tho nowly launched special
ties 4?s. Tho demoralized tone of tho
markot set afloat rumors of financial dif
ficulties. The rally in the. lalo dealings,
which reached a point In a few active
stocks. Indicated a considerable part
played by the bears in tho early selling.
But this demand was freely ted and tho
market broke at tlio last under an over
whelming flood of selling orders, making
tlio closing very weak. Many stocks
tended lower than tlio lowest price of yes
terday. Amalgamated Copper broke
through its previous low record of 5SVi.
established yesterday, and placed its
record 3 points lower, closing only '
above that point. Total sales today, 083,
Wa shares. The bond market was more
mildly affected than stocks. Total sales,
par value, $.l,2in,ono. fnlted States bonds
were all unchanged on the last cull.
The following quotations are furnished
The Tribune by Haight & Frecsp Co., 314
31& Meats Building. W. D. Runyon, man
ager. Onen.IIigh.Low. Close.
Amal. Copper a tw$ nr.'i 5fl
Am. C. & K 3H4 !' "I tll'.fi
Am. cot. on r.2'.i njvj r.i , si'.;,
American Ico ln'i Vi'U 10g mi
Am. ice, Pr :!7 ?.V,'a :'." :t7?a
Am. I.ocomotivo 28"', 2S'i 27 27'i
Am. Loco.. Pr 32 02 !H'4 l'i
Am. S. & R. Co 4274 4V 4! 41i
American Sugar ....lb! 117U 113 113"i
Atchison '. fi.ii SI MTs J.2
Atchison. Pr on ! 97-', fl"i
Bait. & Ohio 102 102'i inn lonf,
Brook. It. T fit l WIS r.T.i
Canadian Pacific ....132'i 32"t 1,50 130
films. & Ohio 40U 4i-.H 41VS i'Hj
Chicago ft Alton .... SJ'4 "' 'Mi 3PA
Chic. & G. W 271!. 2". 2i! 2iV,
C, M. & St. P 1R2U 1S24 17ii W.
C, It. T. & I 130 190 mo 190
Col. Fuel it Iron 7!) W, 7Sn TS'i
Col. & Southern .... 21'4 -Hi: 2V4 'Wi
Col. & South., 2d Pr. 4"i I.". 11 44
Den. & R. C, Pr.... Wj S9U mi mi
Detroit Southern .... 17i U 17U 1714
Krio svn :s; ;tivi sin
Kile, 1st Pr ravi V'i MH Ci
Krie. 2d Pr t9Vb tm 47' tS'-i
Hocking Valley ... 90.. 90',i SS 8S
Illinois Central IHU lit 14i't ,141V,
Iowa Central W.i H)A 3S SSIS
Kan. City & South. 2Ji(. a)i(& 32)4 V,Vi
Louis. & Nash 131 131 127 1279i
Manhattan 13V4 13.V,', 1.J.1 133
Mot. St. By 137xi Its 13lt KVj
Mexican Central .... 2 Hi 2IU 3 21
Mo., K. & Tex 27H 271 J 2i','. "lit
Mo K. & T Pr .... r,7l. 57Vj T;i GUVj
Mo. Pacific Ki71 lOSVi Hfi'S 10."5?
N. Y. Central 1.11ft 112 111 Unn
Norfolk & West 71 71i fOH: fil'.-i
Out. & West 30ft, 3HJ 30 30
Pncltic Mall iW4 toft 39 39
Prima. It. R 1.1S'4 1.1SV, lUi I.HIH
People's Ons 1014 102Vj 101W 101i
Pressed Stool Car ... 00 K0 M r.n
Reading U1 r.3'i f,7 r.7
Rcudlng, 1st Pr sii s Sl?i 81
Reading, 2d Pr 72 72' i 71 W 7m
Republic Steel 20V& 2(i'K 18'i 3SIJ
Republic Steel. Pr... 7t4 7.1'i Tl 7.V
St. I.. i5t San F 7rt 7fi 71U 7US
St. h. So. W 2S 2SH Zi 2S
Southern Pacific .... r.7',4 ih'b mya ni&
Southern It. R 3 Hi ::i3A 3.1 33
Southern It. It., Pr.. 92 Wk 91 91
Tcnn. Coal & Iron,.., Giw e,'3 r.iti m
Toxas & Pacltla .... 43S it tl 41
Union Pacltlo Wk 103 lot loin
Union Paclllc, Pr .... 01i OVA 90X Otia-
II, S. Leather .!' 13',I 12'i 12'i
it. s. Leather, Pr ... sav& mi.', so sn
II, S. Stool 371.1 37'i M"3 3(l!i
u. s. steoi, Pr avl sitS 8"i snt
Wabash 31'k 32', 31J S1V,
Wabash, I'r 4:.Ti 40 4Hi mi
Western Union (9?i ftVL jsw t9
Wheel. & I.. II !il 20 ffiK s:,i
Wis. Central 20,6 2o)i 2.1 23
Total Sales, &7tl,t0 shares.
Money, ! per cent.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION.
WIIBAT Onen, Illgn. Low. Closo
December ,,. 71U 72ii 7l'i 72U
May , Ull 7Hi 73 7H5
December BOVi SI roil .10
May 41)4 42 4IJ 4i4
December 30 30' J, 29i 29i;
May ....., 3114 31U 30ft 30?,
January 15W J5.17 15.13 13.12
January 920 9.20 9.15 9.15
May , 9.10
January , S.a s.03 S.OO son
May ., 7.07
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET.
Open. High. Low. Closa.
December ........ 8.92 8 02 7.92 7.S0
January ..,.,....,. S0.1 s.O1) 7.91 7.9S
March 7.9' P' 7-9, 2-7r'
Mai- 7.9 7.93 7.S3 791
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124 Washington Ave.
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CHARLES D. SANDEBSON,
136 Wyoming Avenue.
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Basod
on Par of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co.. Pr.... ca
County Sav. Bank & Trust Co 200
First Nat. Bank (Carbonu'alo). ... RW
Thlld Uatlonal Bank S50
Dlmo Dep. &. Dls. Bank 300
Kconomy L.. II. & P. Co . a
First National Bank 1300
Lack. Trust & Sato Deo. Co . IDS ...
Clark & Snover Co., Pr IS
Scranton Savings Bank 600
Traders' National BanK 225 ...
Scranton Bolt & Nut Co 123
People's Bank 133
Scranton Packing Co 33
Scranton Passenger Railway,
llrst mortgage, duo 1920 115 ...
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage, duo 1918 115
People's Street Railway, Gen
eral mortgago. due 1921 115
Scranton Tiac. Co,, 6 per cent. 113
Economy L.. H. & P. Co 97
N. Jersey & Pocono Ice Co 97
Consolidated Water Supply Co ... 105
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by H. G. Dale, 27 Lacka. Ave.)
Butter Fresh creamery, 2o',Sc; ficsh
Kggs Nearby, 27c; storage, 22c.
Marow Beans Per bushel, 3.
Onions Per bushel, 90c.
Potatoes C5e. per bushel.
New York Grain and Produce Market
New York, Nov. 11. Flour Dull but
steudy on top grades. Wheat Spot firm;
No. 2 red. 7714c. elevator; No. 2 red. 7(1 Vie
f. o. b. afloat: No. 1 northern Duluth, 82e,
t. o. b. uoflat; options from nn -easier
start, tho market developed activity and
stiength, closed Arm at Vjic. net ad
vance; May, 7S?4c; December, 78T&C. Corn
Spot steady; No. 2, file, olovator and C3c.
f. o. b. aoflat; No. 2 yollow, tWc; No. 2
white, KG-ftc: options bearishly affected by
tho government report but owing to the
wheat strength sustained onlv slight de
clines during tho day and closed about
unchanged. Janunry closed C0l6c; May,
KKq.; December, Misc. Oats-Spot quiet;
No. 2, 34e.; standard white, .I.e.: No. 3,
33?.c: No. 2 whtio, 3f.H.a3rac.; No. 3 white,
SiUacro&c,; track mixed western, nomlunl;
track white. 33',(in37c,; options was quiet
anil easier; December closed 3354c Butter
Firm; extra creamery, 23',c; do. fae
torv, UnlSc; creamery, common to choice,
19,t2Hc; imitation creamery. 17n20,ie,;
stnto dairy, 18a2lc; renovated, li!a21c.
Cheese Strong; new state full cream,
fancy, small colored, old, 12!ic; now,
lU-Hc; small wlilto, old, 12?4e.; now, 12?;e.;
largo colored, old, JSe.': now, 12v8c; largo
white, old, 123ic; now, 12;c. Kggs Firm;
average best. 2la2Cc; refrigerated, 17 21c.;
western fancy, graded, 2lu23c; western
poor to choice, lba23c,
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, Nov. II, Unsettled weather, a
good cash and export ilccand earned
strength to wheat ou tho board of tiaila
today and tho closo was stiong with De
cember up c. December corn closed a
lie. higher, while oats wero Halic lower;
January provisions closed trom 7l'faluc.
lower. Cash quotations wero as follows:
Flour Steady: No, 2 spring wheat, 7Hi
77o.; No. 3, t.fki70c: No, 2 red, 70ln71;!4c;
No, 2 corn, GSHcj No. 2 yellow. DHic: No.
2 oats. 2Sc: No. 3 white. ; No, 3 white.
29Ha31c.; No. 2 rye, 48;c; good feeding
barley. 36a3Sc; fair to choice malting,' IU
Wo.; No. 1 flax seed, 51.17: No. 1 north
western, 1.2J; prlmt timothy seod, $.1,7.1;
mess pork, per barrel, ?!S.7.1u!fi.8!: lard,
per 100 pounds, J10 07',ial0.r.0; short libs,
sides, J10.20alO.IO; sohulders, $9.GOa9.U7',&;
short clear sides, J10al0.25.
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago. Nov, 1l.-Cattle Receipts, 12.
ooo. including 4.000 Texans: slow: good to
prlmo steors, $18.104.22.168: poor to medium, $3.E0
aG; stockeis and feeders, J2a4.fc0: cows,
Jl.10al.B0; heifers, J2a5: canners, S1.40a3.r,O;
bulls. $.UI.50; calves, j3.S0a7.50; Texas fed
steers, JJa4; western steers. $.t.7oaB.
Hogs Receipts today, 35,000; tomorrow.
33,000; left over, 0,000; lOaSOc. lower, closed
weak; mixed and butcher. ?0.10aii.40; good
to eliolco heavy, JU.20aG.4oj rough heavy,
JaG.15; light, JGaU.2j; bulk of sales, J0.l3a
East Liberty Live Stock.
East Liberty, No. lt.-Cattlo-Slow;
choice, $G.15aU.40; PI line, J5.75ati; gootl, JI23
Hogs Active; prlmo heavies, KWaCRTi;
mediums. JG.3oj heavies, Yorkers, J0.25aG.30;
Stioop Slow; best wethers, J3.noa3.S3;
culls and common, J1.50a2; choico lambs,
J3.23a5.40; vail calvos, J7.50aS.25.
Oil City, No. ll.-Credlt balances, 115;
certificates, U0 bid; ofteied 112; no 6ales;
shipments, 13l,StW barrels; average, 92,915
barrels: runs. 13.191 barrels: average ii.
7D0 barrels. . ,
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y0im J0caj ochs
(S Attractive Vt- Timely
appear as If tl holidays were with
articles for Immediate use.
Mill ends In 2, ,2'i and 3 yard
lengths, 08 Inches wldo, pretty pat
terns, many sprays, leaves, dots in
different sizes, nnd floral effects. Sold
In lengths of 2, 2!i and 3 a q
yards; value, 60c. Priced at. ttOL
Cold dnys and n pair of
that will stand hard service and
keep your fingers from frosty
weather is the kind you may find
39c, 50c and T9c
Gloves or Mittens for men. Come
lined or unlined; made from buck
skin or mountain goat.
We're snowing now an array that
not only astonishes but surprises
many who have called lately. One
number at $1 comes in pretty
checks, figures and stripes, including
the latest black pleated d
stripes. Priced at P 1
Blue, Grey and Brown
Our line in these goods is unsur
passed. Prices range d'") f(
from 59c to 'UU
Tho 50c kind. Extra heavy
fleece. .Priced at
Ollt Art Clfl. In Art NeedIe Work will be continued today, begin-,
vUl rl v VltfX3 ning at 2 o'clock. Any pupil buying Art Materials
amounting to $1.00 will receive their first lesson free.
Moving Picture Exhibition Free This Week
MORNING AND AFTERNOON
Morning Programme Begins at 10 and 1 1 O'clock
Afternoon Programme at 2, 3 and; 4 O'clock v
Programme for Today "Trip to the Moon," "Facial Massage," "Tramp's Interrupted Nap," "Shad Fishing on
the Delaware," "The Old Maid's Lament." Don't fail to sse "The Trip to the Moon,"
EXHIBITION ON THE THIRD FLOOR
1 A i 9 iy Rmr -a QtnvA
I VV rl 7 SCRANTON STOVES at Foundry Prices.
C any time on home-made Stoves,
Parlor Stoves from $5,00 and Upwards
Sold at same price
FOOTE & FULLER CO.,
140'113 WASHINGTON AVENU
UNION CASH STORE,
All this week you'll find added'
Great Reduction in Fine
Ruffled Net Curtains
Deep ruffle and wide insertion, zyi to 3 yards
long. . ,
Former price, $3.00. .Now, $1.98
Former price, $4.08. .'Now, $3.50
Former price, .$5.75. .Now, $4.25
Former price, $6.25.. Now, $4.50
Former price, $7.50. .Now, $5.00
Foimer price, $7.08.. Now, $5.75
This Department is at present very active replacing light dra
peries for the more 'sombre kind, and is evidently engaging the at
tention of a good many people now-a-days, judging from tho quan
tities of curtains handled in this Department of late. Large variety
to select from; profusion of colorings many greens, old rose, reds,
browns, and the ever-wanted blues. All have heavy knotted fringe,
figures are numerous in odd designs, 3tt yards long, at
$2.25 and $2.69 pair
Shoes for Winter Wear
Women's Box Calf Lace Shoes
Heavy extension sole, military heel. Marked
Women's Kid Lace Shoss
Heavy rope stitch, extension edge, military heeel, a toe that is
correctly shaped. When you wear a pair of these shoes once, it
means another satisfied customer for the Pig Store. (C-! f(
Marked, per pair puUU '
Women's Dongola Lace Shoes
Patent or kid tip, heavy and light soles a shoe that will keep
out the wot and look attractive and glvo your foot a dressy ap
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00
Stoves at Wholesale
mnrlo hnnHrprta nf milpQ
Ranges (G Boiler Holes),
as at Foundry by
A. J. HOWLEY,
911 NORTH WASHINTON AVENUE,
Throughout the Big Store today It will be a day of
exceeding Interest to most everybody. The delight
ful entertainment of Moving Pictures on the Third
Floor, coupled with the shoDDlncr Interests, made It
to the already largo list, timely
If your are in need of Curtains,
this is nn opportune time. This
lot will not be duplicated. It
will bo to your advantage to
see them today. Notice reduc
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You can get repairs at
$10.00 and upwards