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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1910)
.UK REK: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6. 1010.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Market Opens Lively,- Then Becomei
Dull, Closet Active.
fsllLi. A '-PROMINENT FIGURE
Cilaiilr ail 4 nrnoratlon'a Earnings
hor lalloroce nnd Predlctlana
I'olnl lo lurrrat In Dividend
llate al Knd of Month.
ttf-et"! fori '
tnda with the engagement j 113 T:t-6 net, Iry
iixfi ritra h..i i..
NKW UK. Apul . The relative
a-inityvin the first and last hour of
unlay h nock market rescued It from
v. net would been otherwise the dullest
iv of the present year and converted the
t i ising Into decided animation. The order
i Hik execution shaped that episode came,
upparintly, from professional sources.
i her discussion In aux-k market circles
mowed a shift of opinion an to the likely
pi nuipt It ude of a decision by the aupreme
i oiirt. In m Important rases Involving the
Hn'l-trurt lam... Yesterday' anticipation of
immediate anion was changed to growlntt
le-ignstlon tr a -probable delay until the
nd , of the resent term of the court or
until tha end of the fall trim .to
time for the assimilation of tne
American Tobacco and Standard Oil caes
mo .one decision
I he dimensions which the gold export
movement Is assuming regaided an
an affect lather than a cause, of the
lamunt nnfrnla t iin
ln Lonoon money market encased
tnuay with the redemption of the ti6.n.'
war loan which was expected to mark the
period of 'the most pressing government re- Colo md. . ..
..nirtiinis The continued uigent demand ul. Midland
tor our Kold la attributed to preparation
lor the near stock market settlement in
London. " a
I he decision t' place the I nion bank of
lirooVlvn v In. linuidalton made an un-
plessHiit Impression. allliouKn no other In
atltuiton I supposed to be dlr.illy Involved
m Hie affair. The incident Is an after
math of the panic of i:T and is due to
the inadequate measure of reorganization.
The ex.tmpiu of tne Union bank entries a
huguHtion that tiinre may he coirctlons
yel to be accomplished of the condition
Holding over from that period.
lulled Slates Meet was a prominent
future in the day'a market movement. The
sttitiHtes of the corporations earnings for
tne fust quarter of the Hr had ti In
fluence on tha atock and were made the
huMla for vtf dltSion 'of . an increase in
the dividend li t at the, dlreetoi s' meet
ing on tha last Tuesday lit. the month.
Katns In the', winter wheat belt were a
favorable influence on stocks, although the
closing of some of the most important
wheat markets on atioOnt of local election
holidays left the effect In thai market
A Xreajt 'in-i:oilotv.aa rousldered with
at Unify, interest in The financial district.
Sew lork Money Market.
NKW YORK. April a M INKY On call.
rtady.' 3'a4 per rent; ruling tate, 2, per
cent; closing bid. 2 per cent, offered at
l per cent lime loans quiet and easier;
alxty days, 3 per cent; ninety days, 3Vq4
per cent; six months, 4 Pr cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER t'y&O
PTKltUXtl EXCHANGE Steady, with
actual business In hankers' hills at H Ml v,i
4 4:ki for sixty davs bills and at $4 770 for
demand Commercial bills, rlWMilM.
SILVER Bar. S2V'; Mexican dollars, 44c.
MtNI8 Government, firm; railroad. Ir
regular. losing quotations on bonds were as
follow s ;
.. letef.-Met. 4SS
..l'OS'rm Mer. Har. 4',.
. . -n..jpea .
..lojv rtn 4
..114HK. C. . lit ..
.1 i. a i t own .
k ?', I- ,v un 4 . .
I 2 M . K. A T. lat 4s.
4e", !,. .n t ,1
.. "IS Mo. rai-ifle 4,
N. It ot M 4. a. ...
N. Y. i:. ten
: do 4at. 4s
....ViS T A H t. St..
..1!S.N. A W. ,1 t. ,.
.... 94: t.i 4s
k, Northern Psrltlc it .
.. M (to Xs
. . . 'eOr. S L. rtrt. 4- .
... 41inn. cr. 34s
in7S nu ron. I,
. .1'"'S Resdini ln. 4a..
it. U H. L A 9. F. f
. . 1"! do gen. 4
....! ?t U 8. W ron.
.... 'V, '"Jo lu (old 4 ..
4, . ;H Se.lxiSrtl A. t 4
:,Slo. fsolflc cul. 4,
m rto r 4,
4, . do 1st rfd 4i
. W ?o. Hsllwiji 6s . . ..
. . . . in do s.n. 4s
J I n Ion Ps'ttic 4s . .
t . A r. A ex. 4,s ;. do e. 4,
Iiet. A Hud ct, 4, V do lal snd r 4,
t. I. ref U.
so coupon . . .
I . g. .11 ret
do rouson ..
t'. t. 4a. ri ..
d o coupon . . .
A. T. T AT. rr.
Amrr. Tob. 4b
Arwo'ir A Cs. 4Ws
At. hl.on sen. 4..
do CT. 4fl
do c. ;.b
At V. U lal 4b ..
B A O it
do . w. J',, .
J)r. Tr rr 4,
C Dl C. ns a
On leather as . . .
. of N J t. S
Ch.a. A O. 3', a .
do ref. .'.B . . . .
(.'. A A. ...
C . H. A Q Jt. 4
do fn. 4"
f. MAS. V. t
C. R. I A P c.
do frd 4j
tl. A R. U. 4b ...
! I' A R. (i. ref. in
Krlf pr. I. 4a
do tti 4b
do r. 4a ser. A.
du aer. B
Gen. Elec. rr. Se...
1. lt rsf. 4a...
. f. S. Runner M .
M'4f. R. Slefl Id Ra.,
"5 Vs Cal. t
3HWshssh it ; . .
T4 tiu i.t and ax. 4a.
K West M4. 4S
. 0'iM. Kl. c. ..
14 !,. I'antrsl 4a .
tTMo. Par. r. o HI M
tiiM ta' ,
. . 12
short dars. i: m,
extra shoii. 9 1 i. V0;
clears. Iiu ;s.
I'Ul'L T RY- Steadv
springs. ;-uc; turkec,
IM TTKU-Ixrwer; 27fj.-Jc
sJt . BMa .A ttaady ;
i Jr; clear , ISJ..
Hacon. sJaavJuV taed
clear ribs, ti.sar, short
; chickens, lHr;
21 1-; duvka, lie.
. .. 10 l""!
. .. l.s 3 4
. .. 7 ! ' 4
... 4X.0il r4XO0
"MIHt (.EKIMI. MtUhKiH.
Uuotationa furnished by Samuel Huttis
Jr., til 4 .New York .Life building,
Alsxa. Nab., city of
City of Omaha 4'.
CudBhy raLklni lu
toluiDhui, K. L 1,1 ra. if. c.
Ixjnx Hell U Co. ts, IK-i
Nabraaka Munlctpala, per t-eitt
Nebraaita Tsl. slock, t per cent
Norm Plalle . 1. Co. '-. H2
Omaha tatar t o. ta, lilt
unialia Vatar Co. as, 14,
Umatis Water Co. yd pta
Omaha Uaa 6a. 1VU
Omaha t. L. A P. 6a. VM1
Omaha K. i.. pid. a pat cent
Tha bettf-ia. toldespraad that important , 0lMhl 'c. B. at. Hy. "ii'.'iiu.
speciilntlve liquidation In the commodities
n.arkt Ur a. probable event of the not
liunds were Irregular. Total tales, par
value, L' lOT.OtKI. Iriltld Sitates 3a iegitcred
advanced per cent on call
Number of sales anl principal quotations
on stocks were aa follona:
. tiaiss. Hltn. Los
Am-arun Aajrlf uiir-l . .
Amnjin. Befi. u-tnr . .,
Amrl. an it- & r. ..... .
Amr)uui tuUon Uii
AmM-lBU H L. . pri ..
AniKlnd lr S-trurtiiaK ..
Amrlat) ,, iJOMtxl
A;nr. can Uofn.tMv4 . . .
AmrriMn V ft K
Aniff. S. A Jl. pm
Amaifcmi . St-, Kftundrifia.
Amar'W'iin tug-w Raflnint .
A men -ran tV Tal
Amvritan Tobaico ptii. ....
Anaiun! Minlug Cu
Au hitivn pi A ... .
Atlantit! Cimwt Liiiv ......
UaltimM hit. v
pathi4Sir m rttt-fi , . .'
1 ADAdian 'PWHic
Central Laaihr pfti
niril it .. J
( htmnpaaka V. oliiu
i. liuito tk Alton
1 iiIi-aRti il. V
i h..igu li. W. fii
nlh tV V W
. hi.. Mil. 4 Hf. P
( .. tfV. " -44.,M,'....
t till., u1.. t
4 iiiu'atrtu tV Southaia
iiiik hHalcd' Uaa
i.rn Frtlu4-l4i ,
iH'iix-rr tV Mio !rn4 - .
K it iai pit
Kit -'I pM
urtai Northern p'd
t.r-vai N'.nhri ur ct1
I! ..nut a ('antral ...........
1 mei tvruuh-Met
lntiTboruiitii-MeL. pfd ....
Inter. Marina pfd.,,.
lntarruilotial Papri ,
Intvrniattunal Fiunp 1
lu4 ontral .-v. - .
Kauaac Cttr out ham. .:. . . .
KanMa cli Pouth." ifi ...
Lav lad Uaa
Minn. S' Louta
Minn., Bt. P, A . M
fct.. K. T v. -
M , K. T. pf ,-.
National Btvautt ..:..';...
S, R. Br of M W pfd .
Naar York Camtml
N. Y-. O. fx W
Narth am pacific .
Pacific Matl .r
P4Mpi a um r.
rttt-Oj-iirg ial w.
Prai I'M Car
Put I ma a Ptnj . Cac r.rJt.
Hallway &! prmft ,v..
A to," u
.m is ;t
k 4 li
W"l liiS t)?1,
HPI UK .N
hv It 14
loo ins m
ion .li i;
i mi M
4.W .S 111:.
30-) l2't I'12's
. lo) l.t .
HUH 1117, llll,
Jil JOi, 311
i, ib m m ii
Hud 4 S l
1I Wi Si.
Mu ,M oil's
:ial 4 It",
' ) i.i i. i
4 4ll It!', 1 ",
... ae ,7 s'i
4U J'.' 'a
pal :.' ."',
"U .42', I4ia
uw I7as liils
l. 41S e
.mi lis 11 i
l.wi " ,
4IKI 4V , 4
0 . J
4W : ill's H'
lm 1:10'. 13;.
run) 7', si
st u' i-
4.ii j:7a 22
i,iii ;s ni,
ii kl'a Hi
ion !, i"i
! 4:t' 4,11
SI 23' II',
2IKI lii Jl ,
l'HI M W
K iit l.i
'I0 T.4 J4
Sm H'. 13a
- nu 41S 4'S
' sun i '
imi ai !'.
, X.) lit l:i,
' i4 ia.,-
i.il IV4 M
W.l 1 1W,
1'B) lltli I"!
I'O JH '
D 42 41H
Oman A ('. U. St. Hy. pfd.
Omaha & O. B. St. K). torn
Cirah Hl C. I. Kr. a U. pjd...
Parltlc T. T 6a. 183!
Khrereporl U. K.
So. Rv. Co. 4'B, q. HU-14...
tnl'VI S. Y stock, to. omabs..
i'a net i par csot.
tanle aad I'tarr Prndace Trlrra Far
tilahed hr Bayers aad M anlesalera.
HVTTKR C'reamery, No. 1, delivered to
the retail trade In l-n cartons, 3.V; No. 1.
In tio-tb tubs. .Cv: No. 2. In 1-TTi cartons.
31c; In -Ib tubs, 3014c; packing sto.k. solid
paca, ptjc; dairy, in out) tubs, i.e. Market
chanties every Tuesdav.
I'HKKSK Twins, lc; Young Amer'ca.
l'V-; I'alsy cheese. l'c, llmberger. lc;
No. 1 brick. lc; domestic block Swiss,
imported Swiss. 3oc.
J'Ol'I.TKV Pressed broilers, V doi ;
for storage. iivO; for fresh springs. Pc,
hens. lSc; cocks. liV; ducks, l'ic; geese,
lic: turkevs. .'tic; pigeons, per doz.. tl.W;
homer squabs, $4 per dot ; fancy tiiuahe,
Jt.50 per ilox ; No. 1, I.I per dot. Alive:
Hioihis. from ll, to 1 lbs., 4Sc; IU to 2
lbs., ,10c; hens, 15'c; old roosters. "c;
young roosters, 11c; ducks, full feathered,
14c; geese, full feathered, c; turkevs. IDc;
guinea fowls, ;.c each; pigeons. We per
doz.; homers, J per dot.; homeis. No. 1,
M per dot.
flfH tall frozen Salmon. 11c; pickerel,
9c; whiteflsh. 13c; pike, pic; trout. lT.c;
catfish. lc; large crRpples. l.VfilSc: smelts.
15c; Spanish mackerel, lc; eel, Kc; had
dock. 1.1c; flounders, l-'c; frog legs. 4"c
BKEK CLTS-Rlbs, No. 16c; No. t
12!c; No. 3, 104e. Loin, No. 1. ISc; No.
t. 14c; No. I. 12V4c. Chuck. No. 1, Sc;
No. 2, c; No. S, 8c. hound, No. 1, 10c;
No. 2, 'c; No. J, i'c. P.ate. No. L 71c;
No. 2. c; No. t, 7c.
f'RL'lTS Straw berriea: Texas and I.ouit-
iana, 24-nt. cases, per c.&e, lo.OO; 24-pt.
cases, per case, ,;.oru.t i. urangea: call
fornla Camelia brand Kedlnnd Nava'a, "V-l-lll'-tCti
sites, per box. ;I00; i:K-1 7 t-200-? I e -2.V)
sizes, per box. $.1.2o; other brands from
Riverside and other districts, per box, 12 R5
4JS.O0. Lemons; I.lmontern, extra fancy, 304
A'ti sites. J6.0oi j.oO; choice ;)-:wi sizes, per
box. 14 &0; 240 size. 50c per box less.
Bananas: Fancy select, per buno'v 1.7Sffli r M. & St
!.i; Jumbo, bunch. t2.i9li3.iS. t.raprs: Im- Wabash
ported Malagas, per keg. t:-..0(Ki5.r." Grape
Fruit: Florida. 4 size. .'iOO. .pples: Ben
liavts. per bbl., $3. 60: New York Russets,
lou1 I mrdium size, per bbl.. 2:1.5; California
ifancy W. W. I'earmains. per box. 2.10;
m: ; California extra fancy YV. W. Pearmains.
I'sj I Red Wood brand, per box. tl' 25 : choice
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Slow, but Not Much Chans
HOGS SUITER A SHARP DECLINE
taeea aad l.aaaaa la M. derate
plr, "it rrlcea Arc at Dollar a
a Qaartrr Lower Taaa v
POl'TH OMAHA, April t. 1!10.
Ctttle. Hogs. Sheep, an
4.617 I 70
Two dava Ihla week.... 4.711 11. 0H0
Same daya last week .Ml 11 3S6 17 2H9
ttii( days -J weeks tgo..l2 W 14 2S3 17.082
Sam. riava X wscks .so.. 10. OM ll.lJ 17 99
A... . 1 .... 11 1l 13 40 llzW)!:
Stmt dayt last year...... l213 lO.Otki lo.Oflii,
The following table ihowi the receipts of .
eattla, hogt and theep at 8outh Omaha for 4.
K , .a r- , .1 . t .nmnar.n W'llh last VSar!
1910. 1909. Inc. Lee.
Cattle 2io.272 241.4..4 23.81S
Hogt W2 4 743 Vi 1S0.9J4
Sheep 404.2S1 642 .3545 S,075
The following ta".,... snows ihe tverage
prices of hogs at South Omaha for the latt
eevertl days with comparisons:
Data. I 1H10. ly09.!l08. 1907. 10.!190. 1904.
March 25 10 46 M 4 M 6 0 i 1.1 04
March Z6.10 67j a 4.1 1 t 03i W U
March 27.1 72 o 22i ll nj 13
March 28. 110 697if I 6 601 23; 87 1 H0 I 17
March if. 10 71H1 111 t 09) I M
March M.,10 54,1 Ml i B7 Si 20 t 09 1 I 07
April 1...10K0 I 73' 6 70! 4 48 j i 16 o 04
April 2. ..10 72 B 79i I 4&i 20 6 OJ
April 3... I 7i 5 67 t 47; ZS & 1
April 4. ..10 69V I 5 "4 4 22 1 6 ill 6 14
April 6... 10 4l! 6 75 48, 6 21; 5 2 6 0?
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the I'nlon Stock yarns. South Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at I p. m. yes
Cattle. Hogs. bheep.n r a.
Boston Mlalna; Stock. 1
HOSTUX. April 6. Closing quotations for
I mining stocks:
, A lloua,
ti.1, 1 Atnol. t oppr
Mi, 1 A. I. L.
3 Ail. Coro
134 B f. C C. rets..,
01 I B. 4k Iterb. t . ar H.
H2a4 : Putta Coalition
pri i t alumet A. Arlxona .
'Calumet a Hscla ...
123 I Centennial
MB', ' t'oiper Rants l-'on. . ,
as j F;aat Butte Cop
it, j Kranklin
4.W, I C.ranby Con
llii, (Jraene rananaa
liy lilroux Co
I I'le Riesla Cop
HIV 1 lke Copper
. Karr lAka
. 4S Miami copper
. 1st, Mohawk
. 2S Navana Con
. 19r,Nlpi,aitig Mine, ...
. 17i,Ni.rth IJka
. II (il l Dominion
. B.i I'arrott (S. at CI...
. 14 Shannon
. 71 811 parlor
. S Superior ft B
. 141 Superior a Pitts.
. 4ft Taoiarark
. . c. o
. .St. . . Ii M
. lit, du ptd
. oit'tah Conaolldated
. 14 Winona
. .. 23
. .. M
... 21 '4
. . . ka :
... US. I
... 44S i
j Treasary tateinenl.
I WASIllXtiTOX. April 6. The condition
1 of the treasury at the beginning of business
: todav waa as follows:
Trust Funds Gold coin, $V'.34.8o9; silver
dollars. 492, 406.000; silver dollars of 1890,
I H.7a,(lii; silver certificates outstanding,
General Fund Standard silver dollars In
! K'Tieral fund. 11,562.150; current liabilities,
IIW. 413.276; working balance In treasury of
flees, t.11,185,77; In banks to credit of treas
urer of the I'nlted states. t13.tiNl.l27; sub
sidiary silver coin. 2i.519.031; minor coin,
ii ; 1.'. 1-1 ; total oaiance in general lunn.
.New York Mlalaa; Stocks.
NKW YORK. April 5. Closing uuotatlons
4, $U0. 124.7410.
i-i ' day were
for mining slocks:
Alice 21 MadTllle Con
Bruliawli'k Con 4 aLllile CHIat
Com. Tunnel Btock... its alexlran 14v.
I do bond, II Ontario 2" 6
iron tsl V Va lit Ophlr 12U
! Horn Silver & Htandard 41
I Iron ?ller ... li Vellow Jacket f
April 5 - Bank clearings
.'.i..'7.148,94. and for the
-J,' ; ponding date last year were I:
NEW VOnK GENERAL
! 40 V)
2 17 3'S
l ltm l'l
Hoik 1,1 and C ,.i1,2B :v, 4
81. u 4V r; i ptd...,'' .vis 4
St. u s.- W,...;; i jo 2,
St. L. . 'W. fftf ;....... nil 4j K
loaa-aliaffi.li( Vetl' ati, 1
aouth.ro 'facMkt ;.,. -f i H 1"1 3'
touthem . Ra(twar' , V..
Kouiaara (ii4uLwa.lV..,... . I1"
Taanat fBrpar 1 . . . . .
Tea aa . raaaho' ' 417,
Tol. t., t A. ..:.,, .,.. l'W 4H 41',
Tol. 81 L i? IV .41. 1 " tkiS M
baton Pavtao . :....,-..-, 44.7U 14? 144S
tnion fwrtit. al-f ...... "
Imiad Mrt 1te.lt-', .,'." I1) . '
t nited S),., gvMaar '.' 4-v, 4.;',
I nu, 4 aa'P'ai .-. 114 ki, '
I filled tt. aidrl plrt. .. 4) liM HI',
I tah Coppat ' .. " ' 4 S
v iratnia-tauollBa. Afieia . . ,(! a i'a
Waoa ah ....."w- Sl
Wahaah pld l. 47', 4',
Waaiein Md.Jella- ..... X.a iia "
Wealing houa. Elactlac l.'Xl aa', a.'.
Wauarn talon MM .1 723a
Wheeling: A iak. Kris HO i
Toial Mit or tNe T 4M.T00 start.
Laadaa 'gtaWr Market.
RlXInlS, 'April fc. American tecuiltlet
opened ateady and a fraction above parity
today. Trading waa very light, but near
tha end of the first hour the market be
came firm on covering and at noon pricea
were, from 4 t a'iMnt higher than yet
terday'a New 'oik; A7loainjr.
London closing atocga:
fanes!,, (a xiey tl. t.,ul.vllle N
d. account .'.t HH., K. T
Aaial. 1 upper 77SN. Y. Central
Anacobda ,,.(.,...,.. S Norfolk W
At.Mion , ..,.. I1M, to ptd ...
do pfd. : A.:' . ., . ..lie Ontario a W
aiMiitnjurt a Ohio lUVPennsylvenla
Canadian Pa. I tic I, Rand alinea
. SIS Reading
. Southern Rr
,4s do pfd
. tsfoutham Paelfia..
. 4lsLnlon fa. Ific
. in o pfd
. W4,U. I. e.l
. 4i. 4. pM
. 74 do . afJ..., ...... ...
.142 tpetnlah 4,
Cheespeake a o..
1 hi. ago G. W
iai , Mil tc ti. r
I Hi Hera
lelier a Klo O .
a-. I,l pfd
So 14 (id
(frud frank .
illlhot, X'emtal.'. .'.
.ii,Fit-Mf, ateady, at
iivKai.eii p.r cent.
1 or. rate ot d. mount in tha open market
.-nun ami tnree months oula. per
21-1(M per ot.
of lha Day on Varlona
Cora modi t lea.
NEW YORK. April S.-FIX)l"K Quiet
and loner to effect vales; spring patents,
i iaVaS.M); winter straights, fft.2Sift5.3o:
pat.ents, lo.50i'u'.00; spring cleart, J4.5tXa4.7S;
lnir extras Xo. 1, 4.6on4.0; winter extras
No 2, U -n4 4.1 ; Kansas straights, "..oiKf
o); receipts. 29.ST.4 bhls. ; shipments, 10.217
bbls. Kye flour, steady; fair to good. 34 2.1'gf
4.4"i; choice to fancv. 34 .'-q4 An.
CORN MEAL uulet; fine white and vel-
3H i low. 31. 461.50; coarse. tl.aTi'tIl.40; kiln dried,
m. KYK inill; No. 2 western; 59',, nominal,
f. o. b.. New York.
' WHEAT Spot, easy: Xo. 2 red. 1123. c. I.
1 1 f . and No. 1 northern. 31. 2S1,. nominal, f. o.
b.. npenng navigation. Wheat wa quiet,
but easy under moderate selling on rains In
th southwest, more favorable crop advices
and a poor cash demand, closing at ljtHc
net decline. May closed. J1.21H; Julv,
1 1V September. II Ow: rei-eipts. 1H3.2O0 bit.
CORN Sxit, ewsy; steamer, o2,c and No.
4 iOc. both asked elevator export basis.
Export No. 2. 63V f. o. b. Options market
was without transactions, closing un
changed. May closed, Wc: July, 71c; Sep
tember. 72c; receipts, 39.37f bu.; shipments,
OATS Spot, fltliet; mixed. 2 to 32 lbs.,
nominal; natural white, 47ift4S',c; clipped
ir, 1 wnite. 34 to 42 lbs.. 4:tt.2c. May closed. 47o;
21S 1 receipts. 4.V7M) bu.
4J I BRAN Quiet ; western spring In 100-lb.
in", j sacks. M.2.V(i24 SO; standard milling In KJ
! lb. tacks, J5 26.
! H A Y Stead v ; prime, f 1,I2H'1.15:- "No. 1,
' jtl.Ki41t.lo; No. 2. tl.O)a$i.o&; No. 3, vH:aic.
I HOPS I lull; state common to choice,
I 1W0. 21V03.V; l!iS, nominal; Pacific coast
1W. 1710 23c; lie, nominal.
HIPES Steady. Central America. 22',o;
LEATHER Stead) ; hemlock firsts. 2Jf
2Hc; seconds, 2:!d27c; thirds. 22'W2oc; reie. ts,
PROVISIONS -Pork, st.adv; mesa. 127 00:
family, $."7 Hty'JS.OO: short clears. Uri.Ouu
2900. Heef. steatdy; mesa. f15 0O7 lft.Ot);
family, tl9.0CVri li 50; beef hams. 24.0o 26.00.
Cut meats, steady; pickled bellies. 10 to 14
Ibt. 1.504j 17.00; pickled hams, 31.5Vq 17.00.
1-ard. easy ; middle west prime, 114.16 14.35;
refined, easy; continent, 114 70:- South
America. 116 50; compound. ll0 2.Vol0.50.
TALLOW Quiet; prime city, 7V; coun
EOGS Strong; western storage selec
tions. 231)1 23V,e; regular parked exun. first,
2LHTI2V: southern sections, firsts, 2Ki22c.
Hl'TTER Strong and active; creamerv
speclaJs. 12c; extra., 31c; third to first, ifvtl
SOc: held, second to spev-ials. 24tg30c; west
ern factory, 22tc; western Imitation
F"Ot'LTRY In-eased, quiet; western chick
ens. It43l7c; fowls, IIS Id'jc; turkeys, 17
Colorado Jonathans, per box. 2 00; extra
fancy Colorado Jonathans, per box. 32 50;
extra fancy Colorado R. Beauties, per box,
I! .50. Cranberries: Jersey, winter stock, per
bbl.. eJ.0u5.60. Dates: Anchor brand, new,
30 1-lb. pkgs. In box. per box. J2.00. Figs:
California. 10c site. fOc.
VK41ETARLES Irish Potatoes: Wiscon
sin and native, per bu., 4j$V0c: Colorado.
er bu., .Vff(J0c. Sweet potatoes: Kansas,
per bu.. 11.25. Cabbage: Wisconsin. Holland
seed, per lb., 2V. Celery: California or
Elorida, per 12-lb. bunch, 30c. Onions: Red,
per lb., 2Lhc; yellow. In sacks, per lb., 2c.
Old vegetables: Parsnlpt. carrots, beets,
turnips. In sacks,' per lb.. 2c. Garlic: Etra
fancy, white, per lb.. Lie; red. per lb., Wc
NEW SOl'THERX VEGETABLES
Radishes: Per dot. bunches. ni'ailOc. Tur
nips: Per dot. bunches. 50c. Carrots: Per
dot. bunches. f.0c. Shallotts: Per dot.
bunches, COo. Parsley: Per doz. bunches,
flc. Beets: Per doz. bunches, 50c. Spinach:
Per bu., 12 lbs. $1.00. Egg plant: Fancy
Floilda, doit.. 31.5tyit2.00. Tomatoes: Fancy
Florlila or Cuba, per 8-basket crate. $.'! 50;
choice. $3.00. String and Wax Beans: Per
hamper, about 25 lbs.. $5.0Ov".00. Cucum
bers: Hot house, per dot. 1. ..-H2.00.
HOME GROWN VEGETABLES
Radishes: Extra fancy home grown, per
doz. bunches, 35c. ' Lettuce: Extra fancv
leaf, per dor... 40c: head lettuce. In ham
pers, $S.00ff5.fl0. Parsley: i'ancy home
grown, per dot. bunches. 40c.
MISCELLANEOUS Cider: New York,
per bbl.. $X50. Horseradish. Two doten
In case, $l.9t. walnuts: Black, per lb.. 2c:
California. No. 1, per lh., 1c; California!
No. 2. soft, per lb.. 124c. Hickory nuts:
Large, per lb., 4c; small, per lb., 5c. Co
coanuts: Per sack. $5.00; per dot.. 65c.
WEATHER I THE GRAIV BELT
Derided Fall In Temperature Moadar
Kvralng In Middle Slatea.
OMAHA, April 6. 110.
Decided fall in temperature Monday
evening In middle atates.
The trough of low pressure reported In
the preceding report as extending north and
south over the central valleys has In
creased in energy during the last twenty
four hours, and Its center la now over
northeastern Iowa. Rains have been gen
eral In all sections east of the Missouri
river within the last twenty-four hours,
and continue general In the upper Mis
sissippi valley and upper lake region this
morning. A very decided fall In tempera
ture occurred last night throughout the
Mississippi and Missouri valleys and west
gulf atates, and freezing weati.er Is general
west of the Mlsxouo river into the moun
tains this morning. The weather Is gen
erally clear west of the Missouri river, and
it will be fair In this vicinity tonight and
Wednesday, with slightly cooler tonight,
with frost, followed by rising temperature
Following It the temperatures and precipi
tation compared with the laat three years:
1910. 19U9. 1906. 1W7.
Minimum temperature.... 3H 40 42 JS
Precipitation 00 ,nO .(to 00
Normal temperature for today, 46 de
lieflcient-y In precipitation since March
L 1.67 inchaa.
Deficiency corresponding period In 1309,
.93 of an Inch. ,
Deficiency corresponding period In 1008,
1.06 Inches. L. A. WELSH.
Torn aad Wheat Region Bnlletla.
For Omaha, Neb., for the twenty-four
hours ending at 8 a. m.. 75th meridian
time, Tuesday, April 5. 1910:
Statlons. Max. Min. fall.
I rion Pacific
C. N. V east
C. N. W.. west
C. Ml. P.. M. & O
C, B. & Q., easi
C, 14. He Q , pt
C, R. I. et P., east....
C. R. 1. & P., west...
Chicago Gt. Western.
o " 1
ta Vr. h:
ft to 40 I ...
fcl 1, M I ...
. .. 1
, . 11 HI
. .. I "
. . Id H
0 11 t
to 10 J
... ta m
. . in
4" 10 14
40 1 M
tn 10 U
en IB a
ao li) n
... 1. li
. . 10 HI
2 1 is
... 1 40
... 1 4o
... in 40
40 10 40
... in 40
... 1 40
0 14 4-)
.. : o
0 1(1 4.
... l 4a
ln 10 10
... in 40
... 10 40
SO 10 40
. . . 10 40
. . to .1
, . . 10 40
SHEEP A better feeling wa
the theep barn thia morning,
there wit no Improvement in
Total receipts 116
Cattle. Hoga. Sheep.
Omaha Parking Co.
Swift and Company
ctuiahy i'aKing Co
Armour V Co
jvrey Packing Co
Aurora Packing Co
W. B. Vansant Co
Benton Vansant fc Lush.
F. B. Lew is
J. B. Root Ai Co
J. It. Bulla
1.. K. Husz
M. Hagei ty
Mo. At Kan. t all Co
: t u
as i m
to 14) II
... I" 4
40 14 a
.. . ia n
40 in 4
jri 10 4;.
. . 10 44
40 in u
40 ta 4e
.1 I4 44
an 1 4
... 14) 44
. . 10 4S
40 1 44
... 10 44
. . 10
40 10 44
. . 10 41
an i 41
140 1 U
... 10 44
. . 10 HO
40 It (a)
... 10 M
. 10 44
140 10 IA
... 1 40
40 10 h
... 10 so
... ?0 f4
1W 10 in
... )n M
... 10 M
a 40 a
. . to 4
H) 10 M
... 1 44
... in U
... :o no
... i to
demand was more liberal and trade more
active than tl hat been any day since the
beginning ot the recent slump in values.
In tho neighborhood of twenty double decks
were received and practically everything
told In reasonably good season.
Lambs, largely wooled. made up the bulk
of offerings at usual, but the big end of
supply told below the 1 00 line, or In other
words, at figures about $1.26 lesa than the
high time thus far this season. Coloradot
reallxed $3.15, and a string ot thorn west
erns were weighed up at $1,211.
Not many theep or yearlings wera on
hand, and audi shipments that did arrive
were not extra good. Everything met with
a fairly active demand, however, and sold
at prheslittle different from those In force
yesterday. Yearling a In the fleece reallted
$S,35, wethers commanded $7.76, and shorn
yearlings and wethere mixed, went at even
Quotations on shep and lambs: Spring
lambs, scholce. $10.0tai2.0u; spring lambs,
medium 39 00M 10.60: tood to choice lambs.
'tS.Ofetif.So; fair to good lambs. $t.fM.0ft;
good light vearllngt, 8.3Mf.Ta; good heavy
1 yearlings. $ft0O7j8.:4; good to choice weth
i ers, $7.75(98.20; fair to good wethers, $7.3f.0
7.75; good to 'hole, ewea, ll.Wtfi.w; lair 10
rood ewes. 17.10(ii7.M.
No. A v.
101 western bucks H"
5) western lambs, feeders. .. 72
.11 western yearl'gs and wetrTwrt 92
500 western yearl'gs and wethera
21 1 western yearlings
States and Canada de.retBcd 1 l.ooo bu
Oats. I nltfd (Mates and Canada Increased
NEW YORK. April 5,-METAI-Ptand-aid
copper waa weak todav. tocal dealers
quote lk copper at $13 35113 50, electron tic
at 111 OtufilS In and casting at $12.7541.1.00.
The London market was steady, with spot
at lift and futures at 5 2s 6d. I In w as
easy. spot. $.12 Mi33 00: April. $.t2.Sti.!2 S4.
London market closed essv, with spt at
4149 5s and futures at 1151 5s. Lead, weak;
spot. $4 401M45. The English market was
lower at 112 IS. 9d. Spelter closed dull, w ith
spot at tfiNvjjtftft. London market was un
changed at (23. Iron was unchanged at
Is 4"id for Cleveland warrants tn Ixindon.
Local market was tteadv; No. I foundry
noithern, $1 0rv 18.50; No. 2 northern. No 1
southern and No. 1 eouthern. soft, $17. "oH
M". I.OriS. April s -METALS Lead,
firmer; $4.27S. Kpelter, firmer; $5.47S.
NEW YORK. April n.-COTTON-TI e
market opened easy at a decline of 7(t14
points under a continuation of yesterday's
late selling and bear pressure, encouraged
bv weakness In Liverpool Southern bulls,
however, tave the market support at the
Initial decline, while there was also a de
mand from spot houses, and the market
recovered a few points of the early loss.
Futures opened easv; May. 14 40c; June,
14 26c; July. 14.30c: August, 13 82c; Septem
ber. 12 96c; October, 12.55c; December, 12 3c;
Spot closed quiet. 25 points decline; mid
dling tip 10c, 14 55c; middling. 14.80c; sales,
C. C. CROWELL, PASSES AWAY
Diet Monday at Hit Lot Anjelri Horn
After Lonf IllaeM.
HEAD OF LARGE GRAIN FIRM
I.I, ra III. Beaatlfal ReeldenrV at
Blair Darin Lifetime for Hone
tor Aired aad Infirm
4. ler men.
OMAHA. April 5-HAY-No. 1. $10 00; No
2, 19 00; packing, ft. 00. straw: Wheat, f: 00;
rye and oats. $4 00. Alfalfa. $13.00. The sup
ply of poor haw is much heavier than Ihe
demand. The supply of good hay la ahorter
than the demand, and the market remalna
about the tame at it haa for the past few
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. April. S.Wll EAT Spot,
duM; No. 2 red western, winter, no stock;
futures easy; May, 7s USd; July, 7a 10,d,
October, 7s td.
CORN Spot quiet; new American
mixed, northern, 6t .Vd; old American, 7a
6d; futures dull; July. 5s 5 VI.
Kaaaaa Cllr Prodnce .Market.
KANSAS CITY. April 5. BL'TTER l"n
changed; creamery, extras. KV' firsts.
28V: aeconds. 26'4)c; packing stock. 19V-
ElKIS 1'nchanged to 5c higher: current
recelpta, new- cases, $6.20; miscellaneous
cases, $6.15; eouthern, $5.85; storage packed,
NEW YORK, April o SUGAR Raw,
steadv: Muscovado. 89 teat, 8.84c; cen
trifugal. 9 test, 3 86c; molasses sugar. 89
test. 3.61c: refined steady; crushed, 5.95c;
granulated, 6.26c; powdered, 5.35c.
Ilolath Grain Market.
DVLl'TH. April 5. WH EAT May, $1.12'4
1.12; July. $1.12V
GOOD ROADS CONVENTION
FINDS HEARTY RESPONSES
519 Mexican lambs
CHIC AOO LIVE STOCK MARKET
...3.062 .437 5,16
cauls were light
again today, only 109 cart being reported n 10. 10; pigs.
m, making the total for the two nays only 1 ni.otn 10 .0.
4.11 head aa against 9.831 head for thai SHEEP AND
mne dava last week and 7.213 head for the ! head. Market 10c
Market Steady Hoga
Sheep Reported Lower.
CHICAGO. April 5. CATTLE Receipts,
3.5O0 head. Market steady. Steers. $6 25'$
8.25; cow s. $4.75frS 50; heifers, $4.2517.00;
bulls, lt.6066. calves, I3.00ttf.25: Blocker
and feeders, $4.75J.75.
HOQS Receipts, 12.000 head. Market 10c
to 15c lower. Choice heavy. $ 10. 70fa 10.90,
butchers. $0.70t 10.75; light mixed. $10.498'
1050; choice light. $10.5543 10.60; packing, $10.60
JlO.OOTilO.3U. Bulk of Bales,
corresponding days a year ago. Receipts
ai other maitet points were also moderate,
but still the markets of the country, aa a
rule, were without any strong or encourag
ing features, the genetal tendency of price
ai most -points being easier.
There seemed to be a fair demand for
beet steera at this point, and wbile the
trad waa Blow there was. 110 very notice
able change In tha maUclL, If anything.
However, the feelmg Was aasler. Thar
waa nothing very cholc among early ar
rival! at least to make a very high top on
Cows and helfert opened out with a fair
demand from shippers and feeder buyera.
with the result that packert were forced
to follow, making tha general market. If
anything, a little stronger than yesterday
lower. Sheep. $6,764(8.75;
lambs. $7.50Sf 75; yearlings. $7.508.75.
Kaaaaa City l.lvc Stork Market.
KANSAS CITV. April 5. CATTLE Re
celpta, 6.600 head. Including 81)0 southerns.
Market steady to 10c higher. Choice ex
port and dressed beef steers. $7.50ftS.30; fair
to good. $8.2fir7.40: western steers, $6.75r
8.00; Blockers and feeders. $4 oOC(t4.76; south
ern steera, $5.350j'7.76; southern rows, $3. 50
$.50: native cows. $40046.50; native, heifers,
$5.007 30; bulls. $4.2566 00; calvea, $4.00ijW.75.
HOGS Receipts, 12.000 head. Market 10c
to 20c lower; top, $10.70; bulk of sales. $10.10
10.60. Heavy. $10.551510.70: packers and
butchers. $10,354,10.66; light, $10.2O10.46; pigs,
SHEEP AND LA MBS Recelpte, 4.000
head. Market 10c to 25c lower. Lambs, $8 36
Booster, of Meet Hear from All
from Official. Who Will
The bulk of the cow and heifen aold in 1 W9.40; yearlings. $7.758.90; wethers, $4 7(g
n York Cars, Market.
roiiuu'lng qi.i'tationa tr.
un 4- Bia.o. ejoulh
I ait a.
Siei ion,.. ......
r'-y t. filial'
) larklu. , .
I mJ-.. 1 . .
. -l.lftald Palae. ,
-n. Cava. net
4 'Mo t'oapee-
Ha. kid. relit
Swift fkg. fo
.-"eara. k.tiiv-k Co.
e uinor a Flits ..
1 14 14
Oald 'BBe4 far Kirapt.
NKW YORK, AarU ft -Th oataard rio.
Began last wee a;
f gold 10 aiurop .4ii.ii
St. I.oala Ueaeral Market.
ST. LOCIS. Mo.. April 6. WHEAT -Caah.
lower; track: No. 2 red. $1 17'rt 1 IS;
No. 2 hard. $1.12115. Futures, lower:
May. $1 10H41 lo; July. $1 OSS
CORN Caah. lower; track: No. 2. 60c;
No. 2 whit. OirMc. Futures, lower; May.
(jOc: July. tw"c
OAT8 Cah. lower; track: No. 2, 42V9
43c; No. 2 white. 45c. Futures, lower; May,
4JSc; July. 40c.
R VE Ctichanged; 81c.
FLOCR I nchanged: red winter patenta.
$5 4i5st): extra fancy and atralghtt, $4.70
gi 4 50: hanl w inter rlrara. $1 Sotj4 ou.
(-KEI Ttmothv, $2.00m3.5e.
Ctm.N'MKAL $3 26.
UK AN Inchanged; tucked east trick,
HAT Higher: timothy. $15 O03 19.00:
prairie. $11 Sihrll 01
PROVISIONS PurW. unchanged; jobbing.
J5 2j. Lard, unchanged, pi una straw!
B'ken Bow, Neb.
Gr. Island, Neb.
Hartington, Neb. 48
Hastings, Neb.... 63
Hloux City, Ia..
period ending at 8 a. m.
Pt . cloudy
Louisville. Ky 19
Indianapolis, Ind.. 13
Chicago, 111 26
St. Louis, Mo 13
Des Moinet, la.... 14
Minneapolis. Minn. 80
Kansas City, Mo.. 24
Omaha, Neb 19
Max. Mln. Inches
76 66 .60
61 .60 I
very lair season in the morning aa ra
ceipta were far from burdensome.
Hie supply of ttockers and feeder was
small and aa regular yard operators were
pretty well sold out they were all looking
tor fresh supplies, making th market
about steady with yesterday.
Quotations on c4tle: tlond to choice
cornfed teer. $7 404J3.10; fair to good
coin led steers. $6.76(ri.4i; common to fair
cornfed steers, $5.75(06.75; good to choice
cona and helfert, $o.50tr6.2!; fair to good
cows and heifer. $4.6015.60; common to fair
cows and heifer. $2.a04. so; good to choice
stoclrer and feeders, $6.75it6.50; fair to good
Blocker and feeder, 5.0tf.75; common to
fair Blockers and teedera, $4.O0Q6.OO; stock
heifers, $3. 754-tO: veal calvea. t.H&4;
bulla, stags, etc., $3.50t(a.7l
8.00; ewes, $6.25,7.40;
Blocker and feeders.
. . v
, IS i
4 :s I"
4 46 I
4 46 4
. 4 '0
. ... 70
. . . . 140
St. I.oala Lite Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. April 6.-CATTLE-Recelpts.
2.000 head. Including 200 Texans. Market
10c higher. Native shipping and export
steers, $6.508.25; dressed beef and butcher
steers, $6.507.75; steers under 1.000 lbs., $5. 00
ii"7.75; Blockers and feeders, $4.0CWj6.00; cow's
and heifers. $3.503.7.60; canners, $2.6frij$.25;
bulla, $3.75?r.65: calves, $3.009.00. Texas
and Indian steers, $4.508.00; cows and
HOUS Receipts, 7.300 head. Market 60 to
15c lower. Pigs and lights. $8.00010.75; pack
ers. $l0.wyfrl0.80; butchers and best heavy.
$10 60110 90
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpls, 800
head. Market weak. Native mutton. $6.00
4it8.26: lambs. $7.159lfl25: culls and bucks,
$4.2535.90; stockers, $4.007.00.
It. Joseph: Lira Stack Market.
ST. JOSEPH. April 6. CATTLE re
ceipts, 1.210 head; market 10015c higher;
steers, $5.508800; cows and heifer, $3.a0fi
7.00; calves. $3.6058.60.
HOOS Receipts. 6.500 head; market. 109
15c lower; top, $10.65; bulk of sales, $10 40
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpts. J.JQ0
head; market strady; lambs, $8.6009.90.
Stock In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the five prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
south Omaha 2.910
St. Louis ...
City Engineer Craig says the success of
the good road meeting called to assemble
In Omaha Friday Is now assured. He has
received favorable letters from city, county
and state' officials, and from many non
official good roads boosters, telling him
they will come.
In connection with Commissioner Guild
of the .Commercial club, the city engineer
and his assistants are arranging a pro
gram that will be of ufficient Interest
to attract all who have In any way given
the matter thought. The latest addition
to the program is Dan V. SKphens of
Fremont, an enthusiast on the subject.
The afternoon meeting Friday will be
held In the city council chamber, opening
at 2:90. Her the tngineers In attendance
will be given a chance to discus the propo
tion. In ..it . larger aspect and all hands
will make closer acquaintance preparatory
to the real work to be don later on. Late
In the afternoon an automobile trip about
th city will be given to the delegates,
and this trip will be extended over the
county roads which have been paved in
the laat few years. The local promoters
expect to urprle a good many visitors
by th showing of improved roads Doug
la county can make.
Friday evening the session will be held
at the Commercial club rooms, which will
all be thrown together for Ihe purpose.
Here State Engineer Johnson of Illinois
will give hi illustrated talk on the sub
ject and Prof. George R. Chatburn of
the University of Nebraska will also make
an address. They will be the principal
speakers, out other well posted men will
also be given time on the program.
Upon the subject of good road In Ne
braska Mr. Craig said:
"It requires no argument to prove that
good road materially decreases the cost
of transportation. The saving of horse
power, of time nd the wear and tear
of vehicles, together with the Increased
opportunities for communication between
communities, afford a comfort and pleas
ure a well as a commercial advantage."
C. C. Crowell, r., for many ear In tAe
grain business In Nebraska and founder
of the Omaha company which heart hit
name, died at his home In I.os Angels
Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock. C. C.
Crowell. Jr.. the active head of the Croweit
Lumber and Orain company In Omaha, wa
notified of his father' death Monday night.
For many year Mr. Crowell lived at
Rlalr, but removed to California on th
approach of falling health several year
ago. Until three weaka ago he had been
steadily improving In health, when new
computations arose, ending his lift oit
C. C. Crowell, sr., was- born In East
Dennis. Msss., In 1P44. After locating In
Nebraska he remained for more than forty
years. He was among the pioneer In th
lumber and grain buslnes. of lh state.
He started at the old village of DeSolo
and later opened a larger business at Blair,
which. In the course of Its expansion,
caused the removal of the headquartei
10 Omaha. The Blair' house gained prestlgt)
and patronage over all of rastern Nebraska.
In lwi the Crowell Interest wera merged
under the present name of the concern.
When the Omaha Drain exchange wa
organized the Crowell opened their offtc
in this city. This w th first slep
thai led to the removal of their head,
quarters here At liout the sam tim
a terminal elevator waa erected oy in
con. pony. C. O. Crowell. Jr., ha been In
charge of the Omaha offices, operating th
company with his father's old associates.
His father remained president, though liv
ing in California.
When Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Crowell, sr.,
moved to California they gave their b'au
tiful home fn Blair to the Methodist society
and It has become a permanent home for
superannuated ministers. It Is on ot th
most beautiful in eas-ern Nebraska, having
an extensive and well developed park In
Mr. Crowell Is survived by Mr. Crowell
and his daughter. Mrs. Dale, who reeld in
Los Angeles; Mr. Lawrenc Weaver, a
daughter, who live tn Spokane, Wash.;
Nathan F. Crowell, son, ha is cashier of
the First National bank at Stuart, Neb.;
Harlan Crowell, who represents the lumber
and grain company of Creston, Js'eb,, and
C. C. Crowell, Jr., who lives In Dundee and
heads the grain company In Omaha.
RECEPTION FOR. SHRINERS
Coaal Are to Be
Local Shtinera are piaklng preparations
to entertain the northwest temple,' which
will stop over at Omaha Wednesday even
ing enroute to New Orleans, under tha
leadersrip ot Illustrious Potentate EUla L.
Gar ret son of Takoina. A delegation
headed by Illustrlou Potentat . E. G.
Mctiilton of Omaha will go to Lincoln
Wednesday to meet the- Shrlners nd con
duct them to this city. Among those who
will go to Lincoln will, be M. A. Hall,
chairman of Ihe reception committee.;
George W est. Carl Herrmg.' v B. Fy
Thomas, Allen B.. Falconer1, George H.
Brewer and George D. Meiklejohn.
When the special train arrive at
o'clock In the evening there will be forty
local Shrlner at tha Burlington station to
meet them and after an address of welcome
by Dean Beecher the party will ba taken
to the Orpheum theater In special car. A
reception will be held' at tha Rom hotel
after the theater and the party will ba
escorted back to their train, which leave
at 2 o'clock Thursday morning. '
An Inly Gash '' '
should be covered with clean, bandage
saturaud with Bueklen Arnica Salve.
Heals burns, wounds, sores, piles. 20o. For
sain by Beaton Drug C. . r
.16.210 43,I0 2217
twenty-four houra in the lower Missouri
and middle Mississippi valleys and good
rain were general over the corn and w heat
belt cast of the Missouri river, except in
the Indianapolis district. No appreciable
tain occurred weet of the Missouri rlvrr.
L. A. WKLtiH.
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
Chicago Prodare Market.'
CHICAGO. April 6. - BUTTER - Steady;
creeuneries. 2ti2c; dairies, 22.'a2Sc.
KliU 15 Receipt.. 41.613 cases; at,' mark,
casts Included, flrkls. la&20c; prime firsts,
CHEESE Steady; daisies, lffJHHc; twins.
I313itc; voting Americas. 14Vel5c; long
horns. Ug 15c.
POTATOES Steady; choice to fancy,
26tl2Sc; fair to good, 232uc.
POULTRY-Steady; turkey. 16Hc; chick
ens. lRtc; springs 184c.
VEAL Steady; 50 to 60-lb. wte., frijlOc;
60 to 85-lb. wta.. 10JU4c; 85 to 110-lb. wis..
1 II t4 4 60 I Ill I 0
I J Il' t H 3. IM t 00
1 ro t 00 1 170 1 u
t Ill 7 24 1 1 I 14
1 lftD 1 fw 1 Jii4 t 95
130 7 60 1. 110 I tfi
4 1,1 7 40 4 24 4 2,
I ho 7 ;t t r. .... it 1
1 1'BJ 7 76 t 1 16
1 IM 1 74
bTOCKERs AND FEEDERS.
II 447 4 25 It 4t6 I M
15 514 4 4') 4 746 4 !')
11 6n0 t " 11 777 4 .4
7 414 t 10 4V 744 I 10
7 7J4 e 1 H 427 6 40
1 (41 I 16 1 1113 f 40
NEW YORK. April $. Th market for
coffee futures opened steady at unchanged
prices to an advance of & points In sym
pathy with the higher French rabies with
scattering liquidation absorbed by covering
and a little fresh buying. The leading
bulla did not a.ein to be giving th mar
ket any support, however, and later prices
eaaed off under continued liquidation, the
tioaa being steady, net unchanged to 6
point lower. Sales were reported of lu.OOO
bags. Closing quotationa follow: April
and May. C65c; June. t tic; July,
f 75c; Auguat, September, October and Nov
ember. ( Sue; January, tSfa, l eburary, 6;c
and March, t KUo. t-pot. quiet: Rio No. 7.
lti)He. Sar-i'ia No. 1 Vtc; mud. dull; C01
Greeley & Logan Wyo.
44 feeders. .1193 J 30 34 feeders. .1006 ( 70
HoGti Sluinpy eastern markets were
readily reflect. d at this point today and
good, large declines were scored from Ihe
opening. Shippers bought up a few se
lected hogs auring rounds at prices no
worse thtn a dune lower, but outside ord
eis were scarce and the amount ot busi
ness don. on this basis, limited
Supply waa falr.y liberal aa compared
with recent runs and packer appeared In
no hurry to put up their drovea with tb.
result that movement waa dull and slow
throughout. When local buyera finally ap
peared they demanded a 164320c rnt In
pricea, but sellers were unwilling to grant
such liberal concessions and It waa well
a.ong toward midday before anything like
a market baais had been established. On
or two loada kept aelling at a time, how
ever, at figurea no batter than I5e lower
and a large share of aupply changed hand
at thia decline.
The beat bida obtainable during late
round were fully 20c lower than yesterday;
in fact, th. market waa decidedly "rotten."
to ua. a current expression. Most of Ihe
late sates experienced tn. run decline, and
at the time of closing the trad flat.
April 6 WOOL The local
wool market remains quiet with crumbling
pricea and the buyers in control of the sit
uation. Concession, are recorded In nearly
a, I lines with territory stock leading In the
decline. There is hut little demand for
! fleece wools, although some fine delaine
and one-quarter blood has been sold In
sixable lots. New southern California
wool is selling at 15c or 60c cleaned, while
new Arizona ha been sold at 23c or 62.8
64c scoured. Northern grower are ho'd-
Ing for higher values. Scoured batlt:
Texas fine. 12 months. 687570c: fine, 8 to 8
month. tfAc; fine fall. 6A60c. Califor
nia northern. 63a66e; middle county, 67fll
63c; fall, free 5iJifi0c. Oregon eastern No.
1 staple. 7HUT2o: eastern clnthina. 6Hti6o:
valley No. I. 67tS8c. Territory, fine staple,
0Ui2c: fine medium staple. 66i68c; fine
clothing, 6oUc; fine medium clothing, f 3 i
uxoc: nair moon MTjeiuo: tnree-etghths
blood. nWtfiftc; quarter b'ood combing. 65
58c. Pulled, extra, 7I'B75c; fine A. 674570c:
A surers. 604163c.
Mlaneapolla Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 6. WH EAT Ma v,
$1 lllv&l US: July. 1.21jl September.
$1.02S; cash. No. I hard. $1.1:?V81.13; No.
1 northern . ll.lMil 13',: No. 2 northern.
ll.Wnl 11V, No. 3 northern, tl O643MO.
CORN No. t yellow, 60,t)53V
OATS No. 3 white. 39Vfl397k'".
RYE No. 2 71ai?i74e -
FRAN Pal-lb. sscks. $2100.
FIjOUR First patents. In wood, f. 6. b.,
Minneapolis $".SO?j5 60; second patenta
Hff5.30: first clears, $41504.36: second
clears, $3 000 3 30.
LYNCH HELPS WATER EXPERT
Offers ta Co-Opera I e with Dr. I.ams
den In Seeking; Ont Defective
City Plumbing Inspector Lynch held a
brief conference with Dr. Leon I Lumsden
thl morning. Mr. Lynch assured the
Washington expert that he desires to co
operate with him In every case where he
may find defective plumbing on his personal
tour of Investigation and Dr. Lumaden
thanked th plumbing Inppector for his
"Here In Omaha w have only two men
In the plumbing department," said Mr.
Lynch, "and most of our time Is now
taken up with attending to new construc
tion; In fact, all of It would be so taken If
we could spare it. Recently we have begun
on Inspection of factories and similar
places, but we ran attend to that end of
our work only occasionally. Last month
tha receipt of this office for permits for
new work alone wa over $500. so that the
public cn get ome Idea ot the growth of
the plumbing Inspector' work. We ought
to have mofc inspector, and must have
them toon, If w. ar to keep our branch of
city work In good shape "
SAMSON PREPARES FOR GUESTS
Slarl. Campaign to Raise Finda for
the Parada tor the Fall .
Sampson has sent' out letters to the busi
ness men of Omaha asking that they ub
cribe now for tho parade fund for ttin
Ar-Sar-Ben featlvitte for 1910. ' In tha
epistle he asks that those who are. Inter
ested in the welfare of the. city do not
delay, but send In their subscription, at
once. ' '
At a meeting of the board of governor
Monday night at.th Loyal hotel Is wa
derided to hold the first Initiation the flrrt
Monday : night in June. Chief Artificer
Rente is busy preparing 'the' form of tor
ture that will make knight 'of candidate
who desire to becproe subjects of th great
king. - , '
The den Is being, put In than for th
reception of guests who will visit the city
during the festival. " , ' ,
FIREMAN FELLED BY NOZZLE
Joe Mchola Disabled at K.levalor Fire
When Hoae Writhe. Away
from Ilia gqnad.
A whirling hose nozzle escaping from 41
squad fighting the elevator fire early Mon
day , morning, struck Joe Nlrhhls, fireman
at station No. 12, Inflicting a serious In-
Jury to his right ankle.
Nichols was sent to his home, where. It
was found that a deep bruse had Tieen
sustained, but no fracture. The hose nozzle
which delivered the heavy blow, waa carry
ing a stream under 200 pounds pressure,
when It twisted from the grip of the fire
Philadelphia Prodare Market.
PHILADELPHIA. April 5 RI'TTER
Firm, extra weBtern creamery, 33H; nearby
E K IS Firm. 1c higher; Pennsylvania
other nearby first, free rases. 23c at mark;
current receipts In returnable rases, 22c at
mark; western firsts, free esses. 23c at
maik: current receipt, free cases, jc at
CH EEs PJ Firm, New York full creams,
choice. 17Hfll7Se; fair to good, 16170,
BENNINGTON HAS THIEF SCARE
Sheriff Make. Harried Ran to the
Little Town, bat la Not Able
ta Get Rabb.rs.
Bennington men observing three strang
er Tuesday In the neighborhood of the
vlllag. lent word to Omaha that the Ran
dolph bank robbers wer In sight. Sheriff
Bralley imtd a hurried trip by motor car
to Bennington, but was unable to find any
trace of tha trio, who may or may not
have been tha wanted mem.
The efficacy of Chanrtterlatn's Liniment
In the relief of rheumatism Is being demon
Available hnnply of Grain. -
NEW YORK. April 6.-Speclal cable and
telegraphic conirnunicatlona received by
Bradatreet'a allow tha following changes In
available supplle compared with pre
vious account:, Available aiipplles Wheat,
United States. East Rockies Increased
,'0i0 bu. Canada increased 22t.0u. bu.
Total United States and Canada inot eaaed,
1 202.000 bu. Afloat for and In Europe,
unchanged. Total American and European
tup, 1 increased 1.3-00 bu. Corn, Lnlltd
Th total ! of Good Health.
Th reatorttlvt power of (ound sleep can
not b over eatlmated nd any ailment
that prevent It I a menace to health.
J. L. Southtra, Eau Clair. Wis , says:
"For a long time I- have been unable to
sleep coundly eights, because of pain
cross my btck and sorenaa. of my kid
ney. My appetite wa very poor and my
g.neral condition ' waa much run down. I
have beta taking Foley' Kidney Plllt but
a thort tlm and now alcep at tound a a
rock. I cat and enjoy my meal, and my
g.neral condition I greatly Improved. I
can honestly recommend Foley' Ktdnty
Pill 1 know thy have cured m." For
al by all drugglat
IF YOU WANT. '
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' REGARDING THI ;
WRITE TO" '
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Gardiner B. Van less
Mimiif Chloaf Bar4 of f rattt .
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