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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 13. 1912.
' GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Bullish Wheat Kewt ii Coming from
Miller, in Central States.
DOM EXPECTED TO GO HIGHER
I4ffrt Receipts la Fan ef HWk.
Mr Hick Price ikm Strong
I... lllulln Back f ths
OMAHA. April 12. lSli
Bom of the most bnliisTi on wheat
crop condition are coming from rellibl
ml Den In the central states, and these
Interior mill, are backing their opinion
ly buying orders.
Even the moet bearish trsders are not
fighting the advance and claim that dam
ags reports are sure to continue.
It Is more than evident that com
futures w III hare to work higher so tons
th caah enni In all f ectlons of the
country Is in such demand that price
advance dally. Llglu receipts In face of
the remarkably high price shows thf
atronc situation back of these continual
nrtc suvam-e. , .
Continue! damage reports put wheat up
Main today. The reports are mitig
from very reliable sources and much
faith Is being placed In them. Look fur
much higher prices, Cash, wheat was lie
Corn continues lo work steadily higher,
making new high level again today.
The situation grows etrongrr dally. Csili
com wss V higher.
Primary wheat rece.pt" were 263 000 bu.
and shipments were 17I.' bu. Holiday
last year: no comparison.
Primary corn receipts were S7,0M bo.
gad anipmenu were 43.000 bu. -
Clearances were none of corn, none of
rats and wheat and flour equal to SW,
Liverpool closed unchanged to ,d lower
on wheat and ld lower to Vd nighr on
The followlne ca-h sales were reported:
W heal: No. I hard. 1 or. H WW. No. 1
hard. 1 car, ll.Oi'i. Corn: No. I while,
1 car. 7Hc; No. 4 white, 2 cars. 7c; No.
4 yellow. 4 cam. 7sv; I cans. stc; 1 ear.
77tt: No. I nilxd. 4 cars, Cc; No. 4
mixed. 1 cars. 77.c: 1 car, r.lc; 1 csr,
TTc; no grade. I ur, fe; 111 cara. TOc
Oats: Standard, I cars, 67c; No. I white.
". S ears. 7o; I cars. 6,i,c; No. 4 white, 1
: ear. tut:; 1 car, Sc; No. 4 yellow, 1
; car, tie.
Omaha Cash tVea.'
; WHEAT No. S hard. SlMtI.MS: No. t
hard. tl 681.0H; No. 4 hard. vsctYSlM.
CORN-No. S white, 7s6;'.c; No. 4
whits, nVtSJCSc: No. I color, 7i4tJ7SV:
'. No. I yellow, 7WrTW4c; No. 4 yellow. 7.4
- TV; No. . TSuWHc; No. 4. VOVc; no
'' OATS-No. 1 white, 17057V; stsndard,
S,tr;c: No. 1 whits. fcivte: 'a'o. 4
. whits, 66ftWc: No. t yellow, WS7o:
No. 4 yellow. &&M4c.
BARLRT-Maiting. Sl.fCflltl; No. 1
feed. tllc; heavy feed. SOcsjtl
KYfi-.No. i. Wj'lc; No.' S. SSffWe. .
Wheat Corn, Oats.
i ; io)
. Chicago ....
.CHICAGO OftAI AMD PROVISION
. Feateres ef the Trmdlng ead Cleelag
Prleee mm ears af Trael.
CHICAGO. April ti-Kxrtted competi
tion tor wheat today resulted In a net
- advance or lc to iw3V bushel. This
mean that since Monday in price of the
.. cereal ha risen 7tJc. Disastrous im
pairments of crop prospects sll the way
from Ohio to Missouri wsa whst put force
into the buying. As a result of the wheat
ulgs, corn reached a new top level for
. the yesr and closed Mro to 61c higher
than Isst night. Other notable gains were
strike to lulo (or oats and Xdj3?V tor
Both Investors and shorts Joined In
keeping the wheat pit In a turmoil and
forcing the market up round after round.
According tb one high authority the con
dition of the soft winter crop In Ohio,
Indiana and Illinois might be conserva
tively stated as the worst that had been
held In a lifetime. Another prominent
expert, however, said mucn unpromlalng
wneat would yet germinate witn lavor
. able weather.
Opening prices of wheat were practically
' the lowest of hs day and the closing
the highest, uunng the session. July
ranged from ll.(W'vil04, with tbe final
' tons strong at Sl.OvSwlH " of Just
,. There was much lively buying of corn,
especially on the part of shorts and local
bulla July fluctuated between 7'c and
TTV. closing firm, V net higher at 17 V.
- Cash grades were strong. No. S yellow
wss quoted at gtMtC,
' Oats sold at the highest figure of re-
'rent years. July varied from WNtT4o
and wound up I'aflISc net higher at HV-
There wss an urgent demand for pro
visions, which left prices Stte higher
' Quotation an futures dosed as follows:
Artlclsi Opn. High. Low. I Closs.l Ysfy.
1 0H 1 11 64H
1 Oltll 1 04 ll 0U'4
1 XS 1 OtHH
II ffilSOt I OVvH
i s7iiM rt.
I M 10
1 I N 7H
- SeptU r.v,i
1 77HI 1 M
t V7U,! 10 10
10 TH' M M
July I S7V,! W 1
Sept. 1 Mfe HI m
Caah Quotations were ss follows:
FUJI k-Flrm: wlntsr pstenta. S4.MO
4 So; winter straights, S3.sotM.ar: spring
patents, gsw tor best; spring straights.
RTE-No. 1 HWLc
BARLTY-Feed or mixing, SSoCit;
fair to choice malting. SI 9001. M.
8BEDTlmothy, MOuflll Clover, Sit-
t "K0V1BJ01H aiess pore. i..ji,oi..a
, lrd (In tlercesi. llO.a! Short ribs
i uoos). m.m.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
V were equal ta Bonw bu. Export for the
week, as shown by Brsdetreet's, were
equal to 141194 bn. Primary receipt,
I were SSa.40 bu.. compared wwlth koll
V stay the correapoodlng day a year ago.
Estimated receipts fur tomorrow
vV'heat. cars; corn, SI cars; eats, SI
cars; hoes. 7,w head.
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat. No. 1 red.
Si Mifl.uSw: No. S red. LA)l.t: No. S
nsro, n iwi-M o. rro. ji.tcni es;
o. 1 northern. SI 10O1.14: No. 1 northern.
tLewt.tS; No. I northern. fl.CfcUMlfe: No.
S spring, H tl .11; No. S spring.
5 I. No. i aprlng, Mcfril.U: durum, ski
SA-i Tv. a -M. " i'S v
TIVrSTSC; No. S White. MSA,m'; No. S
No. i yellow. 77i!i;sc; No. a
yeiiew, TSv:7c; No. 4, .o.i,.y-; No. 4
yellow. 77s;;Vc. Oats. No, 1 white. W
(ittsse; No. S white. If'v:. So. 4
white. Sntatt'tc: standard, fe'.'ooJc-
KIB-No. t WHc,
AKLE T6c1l Jl.Sl
BUTTE R-Stsady; creameries. M)Slc;
ti.ja ciewj j : receiprs. x..s cases: at
nark, cases Included. lrTUWc: ardlnarv
iKKiS Steady: receipts. 17W cases: at
1 CH EES B Hteadv: daisies.
, twin. ISMilSc, young Americas, lafe
. tons noma, lattlioc.
1 POTaTOEj Weak, receipts. K ears;
: w ir.Kpoalo. Sl.!tiLtt; Michigan and M:n
t aewita, l tH v
J POULTRY Firm; t'lrkeyl, 14e; ehlck-
t em. lUtc; eprings. liAtc.
rikie-ateady. 7tUtc ,
PBOPJA. April li-CORN-Firm: No.
white. Tic; No. t yellow. 7c; No. 4 yeiiew,
. 77e; No. S mixed, Sc; No. 4 mixed, 11c;
OA TA Higher; No. s white, ante; staa
dare. kWtc; Na. S white. 7c.
Mllwaahee Oral a SSaurkas.
f VIL-WAIKEK. April 12. WHEAT No.
, t jMKUiera, SLUtjl-U, No. 2 BorUiera, SL47
trl 11; No. 1 hard winter, tMBSLOS; May.
ti on-- 1 1 . K- si fui.
CORN No yellow, sWifMlHc; No. t
white. SOSeo'V: . niswsc.
Wc: July. 17V:.
OATti Standard. Srtrc.
RYE No. 1. M4c-
BARLE Y-Maltlng. Sl.SfcLK.
HEW YORK 6IMI1L MARKET
Qeetatleas at the Dar n Varleas
NEW TORK. April vs-FLOUR-Ftrm:
apHng patents, IS totfS-SO; winter straights.
tt.SMit.M: winter patents, HKJ".
pring clears. KS&ij-JM; winter ex
tras. No. 1, S3.71W1M; winter extras No.
1 S3.SMH.4S; Kansas straights. 4.iS4.i.
Rye flour, quiet: fair to good,
iOO: choice to fancy. SS.064js.lw.
CORNMEAL Steady; fine whits and
yellow. 11 fcol.76: coarse. Sl.KLft); kiln
dried. S3 Ml .
RYE Steady: No. 1. 7e e. I. r. nniiaio.
BAKLEY-Gulet: malting. l.al.M L
f. Buffalo. ,
WHEAT-Spot market (strong- No. I
red. SI .at' elevator, export basis and
S1.IJH t. o. b. afloat: No. t northern
Duluth. SJ.J4S f. o. b. afloat, opening
navigation. Futures market active and
strong, with unfavorable crop news
gain the principal bullish feature,
i .'losing prices were S?t-'1vc net higher,
llir, 1.1HfUl: closed. S1.U: July,
fl "SfH w; rioted, tl '',: receipts,
Ms) bu:; shipments, lit 17 bu.
CORN Spot market, flim: expo-t. Me
nominal f. o. b. afloat. . Futures mar
ket nominal. No receipts.
OATH Spot market. firmer: stsndart
white, sic In elevator; No. t Mc; No; i.
tUltc; No. 4 c; natural white and white
clipped. sWMHc'on tracks Futures mar
ket, -nominal: receipts' S."j bu.
HAY Firm;' prlmA. 1 46: No. 1. .;
o j. n.aTro. a fi.ui.a .
HOI'S Julet ; state, common to choice,
1SI1. SS4tUc; nominal; Paclfie coast,
1911.- 41 814c:. 110, nomlnsL
HIDES Steady; Central America, 14Ujc;
"lATllSf-FIrm: .hlmlock firsts. JM
i7c; seconds. ltM: thirds, tlBc; re
PROVieiONS-Pork. needy: mesa, $.0t
JIUP: family. tW.uu4jil.40; sliort clesr,
I1.ali;. Heef, flrmt mess, SlJ.01;
family, SI4.r9i4 a; beet hsms, aeo
11.00. Cut mean, flim! pickled bellies,
14 to 14 pounds, Utjlfc; pickled bams,
l3$!ZHc. Laid, strung: middle west
prime '01Jilor;: refined, steady; con-
flSiMff'ttnHn ITouth ' America- glLM: Com
TALLOrt-iteadv; prime city, hhda,
(He; special, 4o; country, HvtWsO.
Cera aad heat Heajlsa siallella.
United. Ststes Department of Agricul
ture Weather bureau's report for the
twenty-four hours ending si I 1 is, 1Mb
meridian time,-Friday, April 11, U11:
UaalM Dim Kiel.
1 Temtt. Raln-
Rtattona. High. Low. fall.
Ashland. Neb., ll ss .w
Auburn. Neb... W
It'll Bow. NO. TI
Columbus, Neb. 74
Culbertson. Mb. 14
Fslrbury, neb. )
sralrnMint. Neb. T7
Or. Island, Kb. TI
H'llngton, Neb. H
Haetlnga, Neb.. 16
Hoidreg.. Neb. 14
Uncoln. Neb.... 71
No.. Platte. Nb 71
Oakdale, Neb.. 76,
Tekamah. Neb. 75 ,
Valent e. Nsb. 71
Alta.. la II
Carroll. "U. '..'.'' 11'
Clarlnda,. la.... 01 .
N b ev. IS 71
Sltmx City, I.' 7
Minimum temberatur cur twelve-aon
period ending at t a. m.
" - Bo. '--Temp. fuin-
Central.' BUtlona. Hlgb. Low. falL
Columbus, 0 17 - H 4 .09
lxiilavtne, Ky... a n to .
India poll, ind. u 54 so .
Chicago, 111 M II m .4
Mt. Louis', Mo... M 74 S4 .u
Ia Mulnt, .la..tl... . 71 4 ,N
MlnniSpoua ej SB . at ,w
L-a. , ' 1 . .. 1 n 1 7 1.
Omaha. Neb 17 74 41 .0
howr occurred within th Isst twen
ty-four hours In'th western portion ef
the corn and - wheat region. Rain ex
ceeding on Inch occurred at th follow
ing points': Creator), la., LM, and Bis-
aierck, N.- D., -I..-. Cooler weather Ig
moving In ever th northwaat portion ef
ID Mil. b A. WKLBIt,
Iwoal rorcstr., weather Bursa.
St. Leal ral Market.
ST LOUIS. Aorll It-WHKAT-?ash.
higher;. track No. 1 red, 11.0UL; No.
S4usrd. SM al.i4. I
CORN-Hlgher, track No. S, SSVie: No. S
OATS-Hirongi track No. J, M4M(o:
No. 1 white, (so,
Cmalng prices of futures:
WHKAT Highw: May. tl.Ottt: July.
w g,4, . .. , v .
corn Higher; May, gzc; July, TSc.
OATS Higher: May. eHc; July, Un,a.
FIX-'R Firm: red winter pstenta S4.1
4)510; extra fancy and straight, UlUO
4.4S: hard winter-clears. -MB0tj4.se,
HKM -nmoiny. u.vtu.Ba,
BRAN Firm: sicked, aaat track, ti raw
HAT-Strong; trmothy. 134.0119X0:
praltis. tnOvM. v
PROViHiOMt-pork. market was un
changed: .Jobbing,. Hi.;. Lard, un
changed; prime steam. .41H4r.S24. Dry
salt meats, unchsngsd; boxed extra
shorts. SI0M; clear rtba, S10.M; short
dears. Sll 7.
POILTRY Qtilt; eniekcn. UHc;
springs lie;- turkeys, ' 14c; ducks, Uc;
geresvSc. . -
Bl l nit-rirm; creemsry, aesfrjo,
EKlft Unchaoged, lso.
... a .a .i . Receipt. Shipments.
Flour, bbt 7o 7.1m)
Wheat' bu..... IS.tno S4.0no
Corn, bu '...,.. 0. 000
Oats, an st.oui s
. 4 '
Kama Clly Grata aad Prertaleaa.
KANSAS CTTY, . April 11. WHEAT
Cash, unchanged to He up; No. S hard.
II ShHt:-rl St Si wert ssm No. S red.
Sl MQl OSS. No. I. Sl.4l t.
CORN encnangea to He higher: No.
S rnlxed, Rstttt; No. S. tic; No. S whit.
gJHsfssr: No. S, lie.
OATS Hylc higher; No. s white, SB
No. S njlxtd. l4I3SHc.
.Closlnl prlee of futareei-WHRATi-May.
SlbH,; July. r,T!o;
September, 4f4V. -Cv
UN-May. suue; July. He: suptember.
OA i s ms v. ssac; uiy, s-sto.
RYsV-tltiiite. . ..
HAT Inchsnged to SSSS higher: cholc
tlmxtny. taaoi.vlr Choice pralrl, SAT
BITTRR CresmeiT. Sic; firsts, SSe;
seconds, .lie; packing stock, Sc.
EUGS Extras, St; firsts. lSVje,
i ...... , . Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat bu M.w ' 44.00S
Com. bu ... Hoeo s4.4w
Oats, bu. ............. ...:...ll.w ' Ituw
'. Palladelahla Fred ere Market.
PHILADELPHIA. April 12. BUTTER
Weak, western creamery, peclal. Sic; extra-
SSc: -nearby, 36c. -
EOGS Weak: current receipts Uc per
case lower; Pennsylvania and other
nearby first 'free eaten. MM per case;
Current receipt, frea case. St. m per case:
western firsts, free cases. MM per case
-urrent reeelata tee. euo ssaa..-.
current receipts, free eases. SIM per caa.
CHelEHE-Ftrm: New York full cream
fancy, trac; (air to good. I4f30c
NEW TORK. r April - U-MBTALS-Standard
copper, quiet: spot, SU.4otjlt.7l.;
April. lUSotjli TJ; May, Sla.safilS.S7H: June,
trVS7H)U.7l. London market, easy: spot.
(7 s id; futures in ss. Arrtvala reported
l ..ew iv, ivuaj, i., wne. .wua
1 house returns show exports of S.892 tons
so rar snis nwms. ism copper, 4ia.guer
115; electrolytic. tMOO; casting. SttSOv
It 71. Tin, eulet: epet.' S41i4.S: AortL
iCOStpUM: May. StIKftIS: June. Sctky
; juiv. j.iJ4jT4:a; August. HiCii
CM. London market, easy; spot. CIS,
1: futures. 114: local sales. ton: Aug
ust at S4S.M. Lead, dull; Smr4.3s. New
York; 4 lOfM , Bast St. Louts. London,
tit Ss d. Speller. Una: MsttM-Ss. Nw
York: S bid. East St. Louts. London.
13 lis. Local sates. M.s Iba; May at
SM. Antimony, quiet: Cookeona. M4s.
Iron. Cler eland warrants, us td In Loo
oon. Locslly Iron wss steady. No. 1
foundry northern. IllVDiV No. S. tll.Ti
tjruVSer No. 1 southern and No. 1 soutbea
toft. U.Stm ia.
' Wssl Market.
ST. LOUIS, April IX. WOOL-Steady;
territory aad western mediums. MtjUc;
as (csxllaaia, Uwuci One, ,
NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET
Forces of Reaction Again Conspic
uous on Exchange.
CA5ADIA5 PACIFIC JUMPS
Selling Falls 4 Make Mark I
lea Till after Midday, wltk
Mevesarat la Snarly Sca
NEW TORK: April It The force of
reaction were conspicuous again on the
stock exchange today. Prices yielded
from one to over two points In almost
all the active ti.ute and for many of
theae the loa-eat prices of the week were
reglsterd. Labor unrest aa demonstrated
In the decisive "strike vote" of the east
ern railroad engineers and tbe probability
of aa unfavorable report against the
steel corporation by the Stanley commit
tee, were potent Influences.
The opening was lrregu,sr with another
spectscular rise In Canadian Pacific, Its
1-point advance being In rrafonse tu a
similar gain In London. New York Cen
tral wss active and strong In the Initial
dealings, aa were also Amrrtcsn Can
common and preferred. Theae were more
then offset, however, by pressure against
Steel and Union Pacific which continue
to hold their places u market baro
meters. The movijeent throughout the
early session wss uncertain. Not until
after midday did t'.se telling make more
than a slight imfiresainn ami in the mean
lime New York Central had ilsen to Its
best price 3t the rm-veiiH-nt, while Csn
common established Its very beat quota
tion, with considerable accumulation of
the preferred. In the last hour, after
alternate advance and declines, the mar
ket went to its lowest kvel, with recur
rent selling of Steel and I'nlon Pacific.
The heavlnea of the Harriman was
acompenled by reports of new financing
wnicn were later ornciany denied.
The cloalng wa weak with little auu
port at consesalons. Out of a total ap
proximating 86.U00 shares, Steel supplied
almost t per cent with Reading ami
t'nlon Pacific aa th moet active railroad
Domestle bank clearings gained over S
per cent over the corresponding week of
lost year, but were practically th same
sa in the same week of 110. Trie gains
sre due chljlly to operations of loos I
financial Institutions la connection with
stock market activity, .
Movements In the bond market were
mixed, some of the prominent Issues de
clining In sympathy witn stocks Total
sales, par value, amounted to Sl.411.utsX
United States government bonds were
vnchsnged on calL
Number ef sales and leading Quotations
oa stocks today ware aa follow:
...... tales. Hlaa. Us. Class.
ann-ruiauf, sN Jos , ,
.. i. ivppr ,.. w.swe KW
Awartcss Agriealteral ... fee 41
Aaancea Best Sussr S.SDS u
Aswcfcaa Ou 43.41 SS
AaMMcsa c. m F 4.44 eSUj
Amerleta fettoa Oil as alS
Austria II. L. ft
An. Ice secant let an siu
Americas Liases ., t.Sas ut,
Asaerlrsa Lesoasotlee ... I. u til.
Aeisrtias . A H N.M w
W SIS lets. Ml
Aw. Susar Refialag..,..
Anertraa T. A T
Awerim, IVbeeee pf4...
Aearsa stlstag C3b..
Allantle Coast Use.....
BiltlmenB at 01 ,
BroMln Jtiell fr
Clnsllis Parlfle ,
Central leather ........
tMtnl Ullber Sf4..:.,
OMril ol New Jener..
rsiusu 4k AiurrrT...
Ct,l.ie U. W., see....
Ckluai 0. W. Ms.
OMfaaa m N.
CMuge, a. a tt. p....
a. c, e m St. u
Oitlense F. A I
Colon m Buvtsera....
bsliwir A Halloa
ueunr A KM Una.,
D. A. O. M4
HIMUler- geewUMn .,,
Less ia4 in in
lew i iai ititi
SU HI Mis,
W lt IStUj MS,
we - n tin
ss 14 m in it
is HI 1414 14
I. S MTS Will lTt
I.SS US U U
t.T0 S1H St i-u
H. m xms IISH X
OS S3 SS St
. tea Tsk IS
"is "' '" n
set tilt rt si
ae Hits its 14414
.SS 1101 ISSMj 114
4.IS KS1, UM w
l.t 144 141, 141,
Lies uh 11 11
11114 1114 171
w B4 a, n
tru 1st ,14
Kris M ,14
, ,ia STls
IS 41 V,
, h.w m
, I. 4H
. S.aas ssi
, l.tes est,
UreM Nunkecs ,14...,
t.ri Northern Or cue,
llllsi.li Ceatral ,.,
Inler. kit ,tl
lnleraitlMial Hiresatse ,
IniiniiuoMl riear 70s 1114
InterMilonal Faasp s . Xle
Iowa Central as Ark
Karnes Cltr Soutkeiw. . sat -at
K. C Ss. pf. ,rf. .e
Lenses uai ass IMV nsu. lesu
Ukla Valley 1 SOS lest, lut, 1114
Lool.Tllli a Nsserlll.. 4.MS Ml lit 11H
M . at p. A a g. ii'.'.'. 'i'sei in" iilu 14,
Sllieoarl. m T 4M tH tta JS
.. . U T. ,1 M(
Mueeurt raririe ss.tss , 44 4114 n
Nstloaal BleraH , ' ." 14SV.
Nsileasl Lei4 1.M tss, uu rt
N. R. K of M. M ,14.. H at SS
Nw York Oatral,
W.SM 11114 1I4 11414
N. T . o. m W
. (.we i, 101 es,
.-4.1 HIS IHH ll:
. in nit 11, ay.
Norlhera Pislrle .....
. , 122, 1 111
X Uh, tl 1414
. IS. SU m 1141k lH
Mt 144, 141, Ht
r.. (.-.. c. st. k...
Proses StMl Car ,
Pillaaa PiHks ("W..
Rillsnir ll stag
Repuklle Steel ,
k I I
74 1M IteUj MSMj
M IS) l
. ITS ISH 1st lilt
.14l.se iru, mi, mt
a sis as.
Je4Mle Sttel ,M
. i ,,
nora uias t o.
Rock IUsM Co. Hi
St. L. A g. F M ,14...
t. Leaks . W
k l. s. w. m A
sioei-tksmiKi a. A 1....
So. Rillear p
Teas sim 1 (sseer .......
Tnss A Parllle
T . St . U A W
T . IL U A W. sT4
VlMa Piclllo ,14
Villi Statu Resit
. 11 ") s4 isst ss.
. ... x H, SS
est UW 41 41
we 4t IT 41
sol 111; 11114 mit
. i w ee, IS 3s
. 1. , H, II
. ties 41 4t
so xs J
M list ntt
w kit uvi
. 71. so mi, i;m nn
TS 714 TH JT.
. ISM ITi lt MS,
tessos 111, ss e,
. l.ss lt!, n:s 111s
talt4 States kvbor.
taiti Btiuo Bteel,...
I'. S. tteM at.
Vi. Karelia Caiailoki
Wietera Manias ...
WMtera Valoa .......
WhMllag A U
. is.se us CM -
. 1. ss us
SS I IS
. ires n lis
. so sre, a-4
Ts tss n
. i.m ns us
Total salsa be las Sir. set. saarss.
l.eadea Staek Market,
LONDON, April IS. Amertcaa aecurl
tle ware eteady and from Mr above
parity during th early trading today.
Canadian Pacific was strong at 14) ad
vance. London cloalng stock quotation:
Ctissils. weaey ..Tt ts-u bomlavlll A Km .144 H
s aeroeM ....ni-MMo. Ksa. A Tss. US
Anal. Cesser New Yetk Caetial. Ills
Aaacents, es-41... I" Norfolk A Wosvera. ill
Alcklsea Ills M
o M IMSOstartt m .Wtaura. ITS
baklswrs A Okl. .lies roaaarhranla s
Osatlta Pteltu ..sHSftaa Mlaes ss
Smpiiki A Okie. ss Roaeteg JS
CkU Sent Wsnsra. k toataors Svy - IIS
Cel. Mil. A St. P UIS e S4 M
Do aeora sssgoMkera ParlOs ...IKS
Dearer A Sue a.... 4 Stilus Pauflt ......ins
So sit s as si us
ivti nsc. a steal nJ
So lot pM. MS As SM ............llV
SO M S'4 SSSWlSaea ........ SS
Ortea Traak S ea an M
IIII10U caatrtl ....ut
SILVER Bar. steady at M SV-Md par
MONET 40SH Per cent.
The rate of discount Is the open mar
ket for short and three months bills Is
Caadltiasi af Trews err.
WASHINGTON. April 12. At the 1
tinning of boslneas today the condition
of the fnlted States treasury wa: Work
ing balance In treasury office, SS7.4K.S81
In banks and Philippine treasury. S32.M4,-
7i. Total balance m general fund was
Sl&.OOitM; ordinary receipts yesterday.
Sl.lli.ssl; ordinary disbursi mens, S2.ie1.M.
Iiefldt te date this fiscal year Is tll.-
S72.S. agatast a surplus of SMITHS at this
time vast year. These figures exclude
Patuuna canal and public debt tranaae-
faasrsrta at Hew Ttrrk. V
NEW TORK. April U. Imports of mer
er, wots and dry goods at ths port of
New York for the week ended Asrtl 4
were valued at t21.lli.4ei. Imports of
specie for this port for tbe sreek ended
uxlajr war taU3 silver mat tfc4 gold.
Exports were STM,CSS silver and SS.1W
REPORT Or CLKARIX6 SOISB
Traaeactteaa ef Aeeoesated Baaka
few tke Week.
NEW TORK. Aptrl K.-Bradstreef
bank clearing report ror the week end
ing April 11 show an aggregate of II
14K.OM. a against SiTXfTT.tJuO last week
and K.9&.7S M in the corresponding week
last year. The following la a nst of the
New York ,!." S.t 1 Si-
H H S.8
ls.ftft.vTSe s.i ..
, M.HI. 14 ..
14.l7.mi 14 1..
St. Paul .....
S.S4. 1.4 .
-,4i:.'H i:.s ..
;.421 N ..
. S.'i.s)i I
s.mi.n 7 1..
Waahlngton. D. C.J.
halt l .a He t-lly...
4.ee.owt 7.? ....
4. 1.0nOI 53 21....
5. 4.08l Mil....,
Sioux City -
1.6W.0U"i 4 ...
Charleston. 8. C...
Wheeling, W. Va..
San IMego, Cal
Cedar Rapids, la..
Csnlon. O .
Fort Wsyne ,
Columbia, 8. C..
Rock ford. Ill
Muakozee. Ok I
South Bend, lnd.
Sioux Falls. S. D.
Fargo. N. I'
Nni Included In totals because contain
ing other Itsms than clearings.
Jew; Vark Meaer Market.
NEW YORK. April 11 MONET On
call. firm, at StT4 per rent: ruling rata,
JS per cent; closing bid. SH per cent;
offered st S', per cent. Time loens,
stesdy: sixty days. UttW Per., oent;
ninety dsys, Si per cent; tlx months, IS
'tT'rUnVi KXCHANOr Steady, with
actual business In bankers' Mils at S4.S4
for slxty-dsy Mils snd at MM for de
niand: commercial bills. M.S1S.
SILVER-Mexlcan dollars. 4,0.
HON'IiS Oovernment, steady; railroad.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frails
NEW YORK, April ll-FTVAPO RATED
APPLES 3ulet and unchanged; on the
spot, fancy. Sjio4c; choice. IS6c;
DRIED KHCIT8 Prunes. td. with a
quiet lobbing demand; quotation range
from 440 to Kmc for Callfornlas up to
V40S snd to to lie for Oregon. Apr!
cota. dull and barely steady; choir. 14tf
14ttc; extra choice. lottloHc; fancy. 1M(
lV. Peaches, dull and barely steady;
choice: leMrlovc; extra choice. Utilise;
fancy, HVrtrlie. Raisins, dull and easy;
loose muKcatelsT o; choice to fancy
seeded. tstrTHr: seedless, W7V; Lon
don layers, tl.tnMI.4s.
NEW STORK. April 11-COFFF.E-FM-ttire
closed firm iron S to 11 points net
higher. Sales, luS.Oue bags. April. UHo;
Msy, 1402c: June. 14 07c; July. 14.11c: Au
gust. 14.16c: September, M.JOc: October,
14.1c: Notetnber. 14.13c; December, t4.0ic;
January and February. 14.06c; March,
14 iMe. Spot coffee, steady; Rio No. 7.
14V': Santos No. 4. 16ec. Mild, quiet;
Cordova, IttfWsc nominal.
Cot tea Market.
NEW TORK. April li CTTTOM-"T)o
closed steadv. M points higher: middling
uplands. Il.tfir; middling ghlf, 11 loc.
Kale. SM bales. Futures closed barely
stesdy. Closing bids: April, 11. 11c: May.
ll.Sic; June. 11. EX; July, 11. am; August,
11 Uc: September. II.SSc: October, 11.40c;
November. 11.4Sc: December. I1.4r: Janu
ary, 11.44c; February. 11.44c; March ILtec
(His as Mewta,
AVANNAH. Oa. April 11 TERPEN
TINE Firm. 444Se: swie. Ml bbla: re
ceipts. 4 bble.; sniprnenta, ss sou.
uivii taarr noia
ROSIN Firm: sale. l.MS bhls ; receipts.
ITS bbls.: shipments. 1.44 bbla: stock.
4S.4I7 bbla Quote: lTP is. so.se: v. so. re:
- -u. u . 1 m. v
ST.M; M, flM; N. S7.M; WW and WO.
Dry Geeaa Market,
vrtr work. Anrtt ia-DRT OOOD9
Th print cloth markets were active and
strong sgala on a bast of 4He for SS
me.h HxtU. joooera repvn a snmti
kueiivna. fNireian wools have been sold
ta srseebr quantities recently tor future
St. Joseph l.lvw Staek Market.
FT JOSEPH. April 12. CATTLB Re
ceipts. M bewd; market steady; steers.
MSttS-B. rows and . bsuers, ti-asi-se;
lve tr, oneiS Ot. .
H0O3 Receipt, SMS head; market
strong: top. St si; bulk of sale. r Sotfl.Ti.
KHKCP AND LAMBS Receipts, none;
market nominally steady; lame, S7.
ktera In Btsrbt. 1 '
Receipts ef Ire stock at the five priti
cipAl western markets yesterdsy:
Cattle. Hotrs. Sheep
Kansas City ..
ww I i.e. sua
., a :
.. 7J zee l.ss
.. te ? law
L4X9 MOM 140t
" - I Tt ?rt ... T
I Tt St T
- TeMsla. W ... S
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Very Few Cattle Here, with Prices
EOGS ASI FIVE TO T5 EIGSES
Sheep and La as be Steady t Tea
Ceala Higher trader iBflaeae ef
Light Receipts aad Coed
SOUTH OMAHA. April It 11-
Offlclsl Monday ...
Official Tuesday ...
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
10M I.H43 M.1
, 4.003 .
1. 241 I.1W1
S.US . S.SB0
Official Thursday S.427
Laumata Friday S3
Five days this week. Jt.Sl S
Same dark Isst week.. ." ,w
u. j M 01 tan S2.29
Same dsys S weeks so li.WS JtUH
Karne da s 4 weeks sgo B.!;' Jf';
Same days but year..n,.
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, bogs and siieep at South Omaha
for she year to data as compared with
last ear: 191!. U. , lnc tec.
Csttle Tt.m. Sne.Su 14
Hogs UOhl.Ot'l TOKMS JlJSOj
Sheep 4J3 Ma,33 14J,! r.
Th following table shows the rangs of
prices paid for hogs st South Omaha for
tbe last few days, with comparisons:
Date. I lll. ; li I . ;tsio. 1Q. :1mm . jtssy; . flstssi.
1 7 I 4 ai I Ja t 7 4 r
1 43S, t Sllt 41 S 1& I 46 U
7 4s nil ss s i s -rt 41 n
t 1210 is! Ml S SSI B
7 SOT, S U;l li i S0 S 14! Mt
f 41 j ,10 ! Ml S 74; i SJ
7 6i', 4 I 4( I 4 4 l 4
ia c sf:i es TsTi4i;M
S K 7 S W ' 1 3 M
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at lbs t'nlon Stock ysrda. South Omaha,
for the twenty-tour hours ending S p. m.
Cattle. Hogs. 8bepH r's.
C. M. St. P. Ky.. 3
Mo. Psc Ry IS
C. 4 N. W Ry..eaat 4
C. Jr'N. W.Ry..wet 1
C. .t P. M. O.Ry. t
C. B. Q. Ry .east 1
C. B. A Q. Ry .weat 1
C. R. I. A P., seal.. 1
C. R. I. P., west.. ..
C. O. W. Ry.
17 - t
a . ..
Seattle. Hoga 8heep.
Omaha Packing ,
Swift 4k co. ....t
Cudshv Parking Co. .
Armour 4Y Co
Schwsrti-Bolea Co. ..
F. R. Lewis
J. B. Root A Co.
J. H. Bulla
MoCreary a Kellogg
14. F. Hamilton
Mo. Kans.-Celf. Co. .
. S34.-HX3U 1.11
CATTLE - Cattle receipts were ex
tremely light today. In fact, so light that
there were really not enough oh tale to
make a market. The total receipt for
the five day foot up 14. 441 head, being
the smallest for any week la a long tlm
back, excepting only last Week, when
floods Interfered with shipments.
What few cattle there were here gen
erally sold In the morning, at prtoss that
were entirely satisfactory to ths sslllng
interest, but thr were o few here
that It wa really a very hard matter to
tell Just whst ths market waa. To quota
It stesdy would probably be a near ths
truth as possible. Among the offering
of beef steer wss a bunch good enough
In hrlne ts ml Th offsrtnes of cows and
heifers were very meager, but they, too,
sold In about the same notches as yes
There were mot enough Mockers or
feeders to talk about, but as a rule th
feeling wss )ust about stesdy.
It Is ssfe to quote all kinds of killing
cauls as fully Mo higher then last week,
with many sales actually showing con--1
w... .iM.M than that. Feed-
erg hsvs also shown quit a llttl strength
during the ween.
(Quotations on rsttie: uoow "y
beef steers. S7.M4M.M; fair to good beef
leers. n oom.M; common to fair beef
steers. MOW 00; good to choice hrtfers,
l 0047.10; good to choice cows, M 0T.JO,
fslr to good costs. S4.7otrt.50; common to
fair cows. S1.THH.7; good to choice stock
era and feeders. .7f7.ot; fslr to good
suckers and reedsrs, ?
a. 1. .mi.h onA foMlars. M.s04l.
stork heifers. tt.oOsjtj.M; veal calves. M M
tin; bulls, stsgs, stc. S i-
.... SU I M
.... m 4 u
,...i4ii 4 m
.... 4T4 T 44
... nss t m
...nu t Is
...1111 1 4
...till 1 IS '
...US 1 ss
,...1141 I tt
.si tt t
.M 111 1
. tH I 44 t
. sm 4 s a
.IS IS I
. TU I W
. tn 4 it rt
. mi 4 t;
. 411 4 st
.141 4 44 I
.u Ik L....
,M tit I
. rt 1
.11 II 1
. 14 1 tt 1
... Tt f
tat S tt
....lew I s
,...ISSt I It
. an SM
. S4 4 41
. Ill ttt
..IIS) I H
... is n
... US 141
.... IT I 41
'STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
Til I SS
it . ; at
!. 44 t 4,
HOOS-Hogs sold at prices SsjlOc higher,
the sdvance being prompted by limited
receipts, a good shipping demand and
light killing reserves. - All but onejrtro
of th regular buyer tarted out early
causing an actlv session and creditable
clearance. . . .... .
The supply was estimated st fully toot
head snd fir an April run. 4 '
attractive, bulk consisting of good
butcher grades. Shippers selected smooth,
medium weights oa outsldd orders, as a
rule, and purchased almost one-fourth of
total offerings. Backward demand from
one of two packing concerns hsd no sp
prerlsble effect upon trade sctlvlty and
reluctant buyers were finally forced to
get In at the earlv advance, practically
everything selling before 11 o'clock.
Heat heavy hogs reached S7 .ia. ss com
nared with yesterday s top of ST.-. Bu J
moved within ST.tO7S and bacon stuff,
weighing M pounds and lea, showed
the dime advance more frequently then
other offerings. Light grades were poor
est sellers yesterdsy. however, and wet
naturally due for larger advance today.
. r. Na. A. Sa. Pt,
, 1 41 7; W 4 1 ti
T 4t ti lit 4S 1 ks
-T Tt Bl SS I tt
t tt IS ITS 4 T U
, T 4 T Ml US T 14
I let ... t u
144 t 171 ... t
t it T nt ... l its
I t a 4 m ... 1 us
t tj lis .... i lis
I 1 44 TI SU 1SS I ss
I t 41 TI.....IH ... 1 ss
T4S Tt ass la
I t 41 41 tU ... 1 44 ,
141 SS .,..r ..." T 4S
I t " . MIS
I 1 41 . tt.rw-tS SS 7 OS -
hi, ..;.... i
1 T1.......1U 13S T S
ITS J 4 14
1 OS C. tM, ... 1 SS
I t 4S K Ol ... t 41
I 1 M T4 .: Ut T 4
I T W SI- 8 1 41
I T St 4 St T SS
( t M 4 r ... i
I T OS 4 14 II T 41
I T V IS TJ4 JOS 1 ti
lit' IS US 1 42
I t ss 44 TO ... IK
IS . T MS ... t -.
i - u si a: s is
. T I - 41...... m SI I 41
I 1 H 4S...1...M SS T 11
. T SS 41 SS ... 1 44 '
I 1 I 41 M4 tt t ti
f US Tt 144 SS T 44
. T ii M J4 3SS 7 SS
. t K TT 14 T 4
ITS ... ... T T
, ta u-.-ta m
jrt ... ts
U. 2U ... 1 7
as m a i
es st tit
n ...m . t is
ST SJ T!
u n m t is
m si ... tj
n 2U ... IB
SHEEP Trade In sheep and tenth
waa short snd lively at prices steady to
a dime higher. Estimated receipts were
v limited and included seven loaas
billed through to the east, leaving only
three or four loads on tbe actual market
Quality was extra good, however, and
most sales had a toppy appearance. At
tractive fat western lambs In the fleece
landed at Ss-tut snd wooied ewes made a
creditable top of St.. It M also neces
sary ta go back to this month In order
to find a higher lamb sals than SS..
Aside from a more acttve demand in
the sheep market this week, few change
In the general situation havs devsioped.
The market has ruled steady to strong
on most days and Is cloalng about Ntjltc
higher on both sheep and lambs. Receipts
were apparently heavy, but considerable
through stuff arrived and actual offer
ings were really moderate. Shorn lambs
were scarce throughout and the supply
of wethers and yearlings negligible.
Ewes and Ismbs la the wool gsads up
Feeder business Involved only a few.
scattered sales as the supply snd demand
were both very small, but shearers have
been buying freely, paying S7 4?t7.4o, ST B
and S7 for wooied strings In billing
flesh. The week's output of feeding and
shearing Ismbs. according to Deckers
tsb. smonnts to 1,209 head. ,
quotations on Sheep snd fjmlw-
Lambs. Good to choice. S7.75S. : fair to
gooo. f,mn.Ts; shorn. K.so7.r6; fat
shearing M.tOgT.to; yearlings, handy. MM
4Jfi.M; hfiiTr Pi ?.. Wethers: Good to
choice. M.00.X; fair to good. SS.756d.0u.
Ewes: 4Jood to choice. M.7084L4G: fair to
o. Av. Pr.
7) fed ewes M
11 fed ewes 1 fti (OS '
ui led ewes ion gos
47 fed Ismbs ... S4 SOt)
24S fed lambs S4 S OS '
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Demand for Cattle aad Sheep Steady
Hags Slaw. -
CHICAGO. April ll-CATTLE Re
ceipts, loot head: market steady to a
shad higher; beeves. So.aOfi8.7t; Texas
steers. S4.I6.0; western steers. UUXB
7 00; stockers snd feeders. S4.1oea(: cows
and heifers. trtit.90; calves, 6.3up:X.S.
Muun-Kereipts. jo.ooo head; market,
slow. 64jluc higher: closing easy; light.
IT. 36477.75: mixed, r 4M37.ST: hesvv. f lM)
T.M; rough. 17 4Mr7.; pigs, IS.00tr7.3t; bulk
of sales. IT. 7.80.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelnts. JftOO
head; market, steady to strong; native,
S4.S4rS.SO: western. M 4tS8.; yearlings.
5ti7oO: native lamb, MMtTo-TS; west
ern. MOtygSOO. . , . .
. St. Lewie Live Stack Market,
ST. LOUia Anrll 11-CATTt r.R-
celpt. tM head. Including too Texana:
market, strong: native shipping snd ex
port steers. S7.SAtj.K; dressed snd butrher
steers, SS.tuei.7S; steers under 1 Ono lbs..
Mr.K; stockers and free era. S3.0TST7 76
cows and heifers. S3.7L43I. "f ; etnners. S3.60
itVSO; bulls. 14H04JO.00: cslves. t.Vlti.a;
1,-xas and Indian steers, Sl-OOtjT OO; cows,
anl heifers, S3 a-tfi.75.
hOOS-Reeelpts, M head: market. 1c
higher: pigs and lights. U.oOetVTt; mixed
and butcher steers, So.754f7.86; good heavy,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.SYI
head: market steady; native mutton.
MOntf&Sl; lamb. M .: cull and
bucks, ts.00es.00; Mocktrs. MTi4.7i,
Kaausaa Cltr Live Stack Market.
Kansas crrr. aorti ii-cattli-
Recelpta, 70S head. Including' KM south
ern; market, steady; dressed beef and
export steers. t7.SO0s.M; f,ir lo good. MSO
fc7.W; western steers. MOOna.00; stockers
and feeders, tS.O0fj7.OO; southern steers,
S5"J7.75; southern oows, S4.00tnl.00; nstlv,
cows, t4.O0tr7.t1O; native heifers. M0Cqr7.it,
bulls. M.yiiatv; calves, S6.0Out.00.
HOOS Receipts, 10 head; market 141
10c higher; bulk of sales, S7.stai7.7S; heavy,
r 70SJ7.80; packers and butcher. S7 4O0
7.S0. lights, S7.407.H; Pigs. MutM.V
bheIKP anu UAAttns Kecaipts, i,no
head: market IMS 26c lower: lamb. M tos
aot; yearling. K.16t7.0O; wether. SoOOff
4-40; ewea, KSOtM.10; stockers 'and feed.
OMAMA OEltEBAL MARKET.
BTJTTTR No. L 1-lb. cartona, Ste; He,
! tn 10-lb. tub. Sic; No. s. Sun; packing,,
CHEESE Imported Swiss. SM: Ameri
can Swiss, SSc: block 8wtas, Sto; twins,
12c; dslslss. Me; trlplsts, SSc; young
Americas. Ste; blus label brick. Mc; Urn
berger. l ib., SOc; l ib., tie. i
FISH (fresh frosn-Plckrl, Sc: whits,
Uc; pike, lto; trout Ms; largo cr apple.
124 lie: Spanlsk macksrtL Uc; eel. Its;
haddocks, lio; flounders. 11c; green cat
fish, lac; roe ahtd, SI each; shad roe, par
pair, Uc; aalmon, 10c; halibut Uc; j al
low peruh, tc; buffalo, Sc; bullheads, I la
POULTRY Brousre, tt.O0t1.M per do.;
springs, SOo: hsns, 17a; Cocke. Uc: ducks,
letiCvc; geese, loc; turkeys, 3o; pigeons,
per do-. SLSOe. Ailvs: ban, Uc; old roost
er. 10c; stags. So: old ducka, full feath
ered, ltc; geeae, full feathered, Sc; tur
key , 14c; pigeon, par doa. Mo; homsrs,
per doa, t.s; squabs, No. t, Sl.M; N. a
Rlba Na t, 17Hc; No. I 14Sc: No. i.
UWo. Loins-No. 1, Uc; No. 1. liSc; No.
t, Uc Chucks-No. 1, So; No. t Tfec; No.
S, 7c Rounds-No. L HSc; No. a lo;
No. a 10c 1 late No. 1, S4c; No. a
fVic; No. t 6c
LOINS-No. L ltc; lve. a, lHc; No. S M.
CHUCKS-No, 1. tc; No. a 7e; No. a
RIBa No. S. into; No. a lto; N. a
FRUITS, ETC.-Apples, extra fancy
ssen Jjevis, per ooi., ts.ia; winesapa, per.
bbL, SS-uO; fancy Missouri Pippins, per
hbl., S4.S; Idaho Jonathans, extra fancy,
per box, S3. SO; Waahlngton Spitsenbsrg,
per box. SI 60; Waahlngton R. Beauty, per
box, az.20; wasningtoB stnus wins
ape, per box. MsOl Hanaoas, fancy se
lect, per bunch. S1.2otjii0: Jumbo, per
bunch. Si.7oCiiS.7li. Cranberries. Wisoooala
fancy, per bbL, lit. 71; per box, S3. To. Date,
Anchor brano. new, av i-io. pags. in
boxes, per box. M M; Dromedary brand,
bow, M 1-lb. pkfi-. ia box, par box, Si.uk
Kiga, CalKoroia, per caa of li No. U
pkga sou; per case of M No. IS pitga,
U-m. per caae of a No. t pkga, MM;
bulk, tn S and 60-le. boxss. per lb, 10c;
new Turkish, S-crown, in at-lb. boxes,
per lb., lac; S-crown, la Sv-ia boxes, ltc;
7 -crown. In Sv-lb. boxes, per lb., 17c.
Orapafruit Florida. St sisa, per erate,
SLM; S six. Par crate, 16., Sv-et-4 slsss,
per crate, -. Orapea, Malaga, in bbls,
SitOtrTMs. Lsrnona, Llmoneira Selected
brand, extra isurcr, euv-w woes, per box,
S4.u; Loot Lunoueira, Iancy, ew-jbw sisas,
tue per box less; California. SW-eSS Mass,
ptr POX, viuiJi vwiiroii mr
nislia Hrand. Navels, extra fancy, SS-1M-l-17VSv-21-
(lsea, per box, M 23; extra
choice, all Pes' box. M0S; Klepbaat
brand. U-li-n6-aj-ll sixes, per bog,
SS.su: 250-2-tM sixes, per boc el. 46.
VEOfcTABLlS Beets: Old crop, per
lb.. SS.c- Csbbage: Wisconsin, per lb.. 4c;
new California, per lb.. 4c. Celery: Cal
ifornia Jumbo, per dot.. SIM; Florida, la
the rough. and S doa, per case, US
Cucumbers: Hot house, per doa, S2.0A
Egg plant: siscf isiwe, per ono, ae.ua
Girlie: Extra fancy, whit, per lb., lie
Lesttuce: JoXtxa lancjr, iou, per uoa, tec.
Onioas: cal norms, wnite, oouing, par
lb., sc; V tsconaia. veiivw uiues, per ID,
tso: red tilob. per lb.. 4H; Spanish,
erate. cfi. Parsley: raacv aouth-
ern, per doa-. bunchea, 604c. Parsnips:
Per ID-, etc. vffioww. aKiuBvema. rtea
River Early Ohio seed, per bu.. fLU;
Minnesota fcarly Rose seed, per bu, SI M;
Bliss Triumph seed, per bu.. tLM; WIs
consla white stock, per bu.. Si-6. Ruta
bagas: in sack: pu- lb, ISc Tomatoes:
Florida, per 4-bsk. crate, el 76. Cuban,
per t-bsX carrier, t?.sa Turnips: Per is.
MI8CELLANEOU8 Almonds: Tarra
gons, per lb-. lSc; in sack lota lc less,
"oooanuts: Per sack. Moa FUberts: Per
lb. ltc; in sack lots, lc less. Peanuts:
Roasted, In sack tots, per lb, fttc;
roasted, less than sack lots, per lb, as;
raw, per lb. Sc. Pecans: Large, per la,
17': In sack lota, lc less. Walnuts, New
crop, 111. California, per lb, 17c; In sack
lota, lc less. Cider: New Nebawka, per
li-gaL bb!, tXl: Per M-gai. bbL.
New York Molt a, per IS-gsX hbl, a.jf.
pets M-gal. bbi, aa Honey: New. M
frames. SS-To. Kraut: Per -gu. keg.
ee-ie. P S-gaJ. keg. SL.
' fflarh teheel l.ao Have SSasae.
The high school ball tossers will ap
pear tn their new uniforms tor the first
time Saturday afternoon, when they will
meet the Creightoa arts department nine
at Creighton field. Th regular team of
the Capitol hill school for this season has
not yet been picked and Coach McKay
will give several ol UN youngsters a try.
out in toe
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DUN'S REYIEW OF. TRADE
Principal Industries Maintain Be
cent Gains in Actmty.
BTJLLDIKO OPERATIONS BEGUV
Mill Baslaesa Cenatlaaea ta Expaad
ia lies aad Steel, aad Leadlas
Iatereet Meaning Ninety
NEW TORK. April lt-R. a Dun tb
Co.' Weekly Review of Trad tomorrow
The principal Industries 'and trades
maintain their recent gains In activity
snd an amount of business is carried on
which, although still below the full limit
of capacity, shows, nevertheless, a dis
tinct sdvance and la on the whole very
satisfactory. The good spring weather
genersily prevailing is producing renewed
activity in building operation, which
creates a larger demand for the v&rioua
building materials, it also facilitates the
distribution of merchandise, both whole
sale and retail, and from a number ol im
portant points In the middle west and
northwest come report of expanding
operations. With this general mainte
nance of the recent growth In Industrial
and trade activity there Is also a fairly
steady continuance of the recent notable
gains tn business confidence In spite of
the temporary effect of passing svents
which affect In some degree the more
Mill operations cont!iiue to expand In
iron and steel and . the leading Interest
Is now running at. over Sv per cent of
capacity. Contracts have been placed by
tne car companies for about m.m tons ot
plate and shape for second and third
Quarters and in the central west a
scarcity of pistes for early shipments has
aeve'oped. -iinpiste and sheet mills are
booked almost to capacity and in wlra
goods more activity is noted.
While the demand for cotton goods is
somewhat less pronounced, the market
rules ii rm an) further advances nave
been named in a number of lines. Export .
trsde ia quieter because of price advances
and the heavy buying of recent weeks.
ah reports agree that trade id woolen
and worsted 1 fair and will probably
expand still further, a reorders on fin
dress rsbrlcs for fall have already be
gun, tailors to the trade are duolicatiiis:
and salesmen on the road are getting a
oeiter ouainess man at this tlm a year
ago. Cotton knitting yarns have ad
vanced and worsted spinners are being
pressed for deliveries.
Trading In footwear Improves at ths
season advances, but there la no arrive
buying, as most wholesalers are operating
conservatively on account of high prices
ana unsettled styles, leather maintain
its recent rate of progress. Domestio
hides, both packer and country, are more
active again and sales sre larger than
for several weeks previously.
ItADSTHEET TRADE REVIEW
Optlsalssa Predesalaatrs la ladastrtal
NEW TORK. April ll.-Brsdrtreel'l
tomorrow will isy:
Trade and Industrial developments ar
largely favorable and optimism predom
inates. Trade reports include advices ot
a quieting of spring demand at large
eastern centers, with attention turning to
late summer and fall trade, but ot an
Improvement nearer points of flnsl dis
tribution, except aa in the lower Missis
sippi valley, where high water holds bark
agricultural operations and retards sales
to country merchant. Eastern trads has
been Irregular, but fair on ths whole and
generally better than last year.
In Industrial lines features sre the con
tinued Idleness of the country's coal min
ers pending possible settlements now
under negotiations and the auletlng down
of the textile labor ailitatlon ss advances
are offered and accepted and the pros
pects of an expenditure for building tor
the first quarter not much behind last
year, but a majority of dtlet still re
porting decrease, however.
In the Iron and atael trads there Is a
higher level of prices ruling with the
growth of a feeling that this Is, to a
certain extent curtailing some demand.
It Is also felt that higher prices for cot.
ton goods and the backwardness of de
liveries may have soma effect upon fu
ture orders, those for summer and fsll,
which are engaging jobbers' attention
now that regular aprlng demand I meas
Business failures ta th United Bute
for the week ending April 11 were SS4,
gainst Ml last week. SM In the Ilk week
of 1111, 907 in 110, m lo 10 and Ml In
Business failures In ' Canada for the
week number twenty-two, which con
trast with twenty-three last week and
twenty-eight ta th like week of 1M1.
Wheat Including flour, export from
the United State and Canada for tho
week ending April 11 aggregate 2.slt,vl
bu, sgalnst S4Z1.641 last week and l.teVett:
this week Isst year. For the forty-one
weeks ending April 11 exports are 121.
147. 17 bu, against aS24.tM In ths corre
sponding period isst year.
Corn exports for the week were 3Si.6"S
bu., against SM.S0O Isst week and L?l.14u
In MIL For ths forty-one weeks ending
April 11 corn exports are SI, 161,477 bu,
against 42.xU.lSl last year.
at Rebels' Hands.
WASHINGTON, April 11-Th Indigna
tion of Stats department official, over
ths execution of Thomas Fountain, ths
American gunner, who was captured by
th rebels at Parral, Is believed to be
certain to prejudice any attempt es the
part of the Mexican rebels te secure any
recognition of belligerent rights, so neces
sary to a conduct of their campaign.
Ths 8tst department did everything In
Its power to prevent ths execution which
In Its opinion wss Is vtolstlon of ths rules
of wsr tf sll civilised countries. A tele
gram received only tins morning from
American Consul Letcher st Ctahauhau.
dated on April t. snd much delayed In
transmission, said ths consul bsd pro
tested to th rebel chiefs against th
execution of Fountain, not only st Chi
huahua, but at Parral, where the man
waa arrested. However, he had Just
heard through the local newspapers,
whose reports hs believed to be accurate,
that Fountain had been tried snd exe
cuted that morning. -
la the opinion of the Stat department.
th man's killing was a deliberate murder.
SEWARD WILL HAVE
A CARNEGIE LIBRARY
SEWARD. 'Neb, April U-(Special.
Mayor Dler received a letter from the
Carnegie Library Board ot New Tork
City, Monday, which conveyed tbe In
formation that aa soon aa a site i
procured and the city provides for Its
maintenance, the SMUt for th Library
building will be forthcoming. Th coun
cil was called together Monday evening.
and Councilman Kulshryer was appointed
from that body to co-operate with th
City Library Board In completing ar
rarigetnents far ths site at ones.
W. O. Dickinson today donated site
for ths Carnegie hbraxy and Toung Men'
Christian Aawoctstioa buildings. - Six
thousand three hundred dollars ha
been snbseribeti by oar citizens towards
the Toung Men's Christian Association
building. Eight tbouaaad dollars will be
the aura needed. Mr. Dickinson's sites
are worth tMOa
NEBRASKA C1TT, April It -(Special )
Lee M. Fa once and Miss Pauline Hels-
aer were married at the borne of ths
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heis
ner, Wednesday by Rev. Longborst of tiifj
Bethel Evsngellcal church. A wedding
break fast was served, after which th
newly weds left for the south for their
trip snd will he gone several weeks. Ths
groom M the head ef the grocery depart
ment ef the Cleveland!' department stas
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