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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1912)
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OFFERED FOR REXT
MM aael Offices.
GARAGE FOR RENT.
Brick Garage, cement floor, room for
cars. 1908 Capitol Ave. Rental tlj per
GEORGE sY COMPANY.
tw.'-U- City Nat l Bank Bide.
Phone D. Tie or A-1756.
t60R- DAVENPORT, new, email atom
or (round floor offices. Reed Bros.. DOUg-
Store at SMS Cuming street.
Store at 21 fuming streot.
Store- at 9.15 North 24th Street.
Store at 8X1 North !4th street.
Store at 9:r7 North 24th street.
Store at 8.W North 36th. South Omaha.
O. C. RBDICK. Attorney,
J.J7 Karnam Street.
OFFERED FOR SALE
FOR BALE Carload of all kinds furnl.
ture In 30 days. Bachman, 1408 Dodge.
TRIUMPH Challenge refrigerator. 5ft.
lb. rapacity; only used one season; cheap
at sis. Appiy Htzi rto. loin.
RENT an Oliver typewriter from the
Oliver Typewriter Co. Douglas Ola
TYPEWRITERS. all makes and
prices, largest and beet stock. Ceil or
write tor large list. We ship on approval
B. F. Swanson Co., lilt Farnam St,
VISIBLE typewriters and all other
makes, sold or rented anywhere at K to
H Biffs prices, allowing rental to apply
on price; shipped on approval. Write tor
circular. IBS Farnam.
Typewriter Inspection and Supply Oa.
TYPEWRITERS for rent; lowest figure
ever quoted; a months, K. Central Type
writer Exchange, 1607 Farnam, Doug. SOS.
RED RIVER Early Ohio seed potatoes
11.66 per bushel. H. Lincoln, Grocer, cor
ner loth, and Leavenworth. Tel. Harney
Screen Hardware is
needed now, our
prices are lower than
most dealers. Own
them. Come and See.
SAFES Overstocked with second-hand
afes; all sixes and makes: bsrgsins.
American Supply Co.. 1110 Farnam 8L
POOL tables, store, restaurant fixtures
bought sold. Levy, 3610 N. So. Omaha.
FOR SALE Two scholarships In the
Omaha Commercial college and one la
Boyles collsgs. Business office. Omaha
OLD SAFES. DERIOHT, 1811 Farnam St
FOR SALE New and second-hand
carom and pocket billiard tables and
bowline alleys snd accessories; bar fix
tures of all klnda; easy payments. The
Brunswlck-Balke-Collander Co, 07-m 8.
-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
Olaiileh Pharmacy, lft h and Dodge.
YOUNG women coming to Omaba as
strangers sro Invited to visit the Young
.Women's Christian association building
at Seventeenth and 8t- Mary's Ave.,
where tbey will be directed to suitable
boarding places, or otherwise assisted.
Look for our travelers aid at the Union
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits cast
off clothing; In fact, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell at 134
N. 11th St.. lor cost of collection, to the
worthy poor. Phone Douglas 413 and
wagons will call.
Massage. Rlttcr.house. sen Old Boston Bid.
SWEDISH massage for rheumatism,
stomach trouble, poor circulation. Kars
ten Tnnseth, graduate from Sweden, 401
Omaha Nat l Bank Bldg. Douglas 7199.
BATHd, Swedish msesage, vibrator and
radiator treatments. Mrs. Snyder, apt. 3,
Dunsany. nh and Pierce. Douglas 4330.
BEST bracer for men. Gray's Nerve
Food Pills, II per box, postpaid. Sherman
McConnell Drug Co.. Q"aha. Neb.
T WCi IV and china painting, firing
lcC.OOJ. Bnd Cub order, reasonable.
Ruth Ietchtord Studio. Hi 8. 27th. Red
Vltsl massage. Anna Fisher. 401 Ware Blk.
BABIES boarded. Phone Webster 6430.
WE RENT and repair all kinds of sew'
lug machlneee. Ind. A-H; Douglas ISA
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO..
lath and Harney Sis.
MASSAGE treatment Mrs. Steele. 401
Boyd Theater Bldg., iair entrance on
Harney; elevator In lobby; 1 to 1 dally
LADIES save 40 per cent PennMl Mil
linery Co.. Paxton Blk. JO steps upstairs,
Xf A CO A flf Swedish movement.
auiuunuij j Farnam.
MA ifiP Baths, salt glow, aromatic
AOOAUri treatment. Mme. Allen of
Chicago. 101 & I7th St.. 1st floor. D. 7M6.
VACUUM massages demonstrated by
Mrs. Steele. 401 Boyd Theater Bldg.
Daily and Sunday.
Contractors will do
well to investigate our
prices before buying,
it is money saved.
Come and see..
POIXTRY A.VD PET STOCK
SILKO CHICK FOOD
fa tlie best In the market tar young
chickens Made from pure (rain. For
aaie or ail aeaiers.
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ROFECOMB RHODE ISLAND KF.:
EGGS for hatching from trap-nested
winter layers. 12 for 16. F S. King.
Benson. Neb. Tel. Benson S28W.
Guaranteed fertiio eggs. Buff Leghorns,
Butt OirtaaTtuos. Carson, tj CalUortua,
a Reasonable Time, Jeff Should
o 1 ., 1 I i -l i i 1
I I . usee- t I I a r-sel I I - . I
POULTRT AND PET STOCK
THOROUGHBRED Brown Leghorn
eggs and pulleta for sale. Tel. Florence 3u8.
SINGLE Comb Black Minorca eggs,
utility trapped layers; 12 per IS. It per 30;
over 304 satisfied customers lest season;
satisfaction guaranteed. Fred Kelni,
BARRED Plymouth Rocks, exclusively
choice, pure bred stock. Selected eggs,
carefully packed. 100 for 14.00; 50 for il 'ji.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Adam A. Weir,
Clay Center. Neb.
Single Comb White Orpington eggs and
Barred Rocks. 4730 No. 40th or Web. 5777.
WELL bred shepherd dogs. 21 S. 33d.
Call Harney 5.164.
for sale, cheap.
BUFF ORPINGTON, first prize win
ners, good eggs, 68 per 100; baby chicks
WHITE Orpington eggs, fifteen 12.00;
fifty. 35.00. Homer pigeons, twenty pair,
110. 3320 Camden, Webster 4141.
BARRED Plymouth Rocks; eggs for
hatching, II. 35 and 33 for 16; K and tt
per 100: send for mailing list. F. C. Ahl
quint, Box D., Ames Ave. Station. Phons
THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock and
White Leghorn eggs for hatching, for
sale, w easier wis.
BUFF ORPINGTON ' far ssttlne:
all prise stock. China brown eoose east,
and Peking duck eggs. 1614 Ohio. W. 1407.
ABSTHACT OF TITLE.
Reed Abstract Co.. oldest shstrset nt.
flee In Nebraska. 301 Brand els Theater.
NEALE as CAMPBELL. 1714 Faraam St.
Electric, gas fixtures. Omaha Silver Co.
Ideal Cement Co.. 17th end Cuming Bts.
Fuchs, Son Blind, painting, decorating.
H. Gross, lum. wreok'f, plb. il Paul.
ACREAGE FOR SALE.
A Free Trip
to Nowata, Okl and return If we fall
to show you everything aa represented In
our literature. Buy land and you'll be
wealthy. This advise applies to everyone.
It appllee to you.
110 down and IS per month buys a one
acre lot In Garden Addition. It will pay
for itself with one season's crops. And
still more remarkable! It looke good for
oil. Purchaser gets H of oil when found.
Investigate this. I. N. VOUEL, 401 Kar-
baca Blk., Omaha, Neb.
CITY FROPKitTV FOR SALR
TO BUT, SELL OR RENT, FIRST BBS
JOHN W. ROB BINS. U03 FARNAM ST.
FOR BALK Eight room modern house;
41st and Lafayette Ave. Easy payments.
Call Harnsy 3477.
LAKE MANAWA COTTAGE.
In first class condition, must be sold at
once ae I have chance to lease for sea
son; situated on edge of golf links and on
shore of lake. Address X 674, care Bee.
HOUSE tor sale at 2118 Harney, to be
removed at once. Phone Tyler 1311.
Mxl3z feet at the north east corner of
8d and Dewey Ave., at K.SOO.
MCUAUC E INVESTMENT CO.,
1601 DODGE ST.,
WILL sacrifice modern home, seven
rooms, bath; laundry room In basement:
good location on paved street- Owner, 2417
North Side Cottage
Owner ts anxious to sell snd will make
reasonable proposition on Una 6-room and
bath home; front room 11x14, dining roots
12x16, with bay window; large kitchen,
with pantry; two bed rooms, with closst
space; attic floored anc makes good stor
age; house has gas In each room; the
woodwork Is In good condition; lot is 45x
Me, with good shade trees. See GEOKUK
K. WRIGHT. 2617 NO. 15TH. three doors
north of Madison Ave., or pnone Web.
Benson Vacant Lot
Owner oeeda the money and will con-
aider any reasonably offer on this south
front let on Lucas St. between Clara and
Burn ham; It is soxus; not far from car
and schools. Can you beat It? Audreys
L .2s, Bee. or pnone web. 3660.
East 3118 Franklin, Oxl27, 750.
Nr. 17th and St. Mary's, 0xliS, 1.601
West 2NJK Davenport. 33x132, 1,66c.
JS nr. Sprague. lfcxltw. 2,0tw
2th and Dewey Ave.. "5x140, 3,ajo
Ktn and Webster. 144x109, choice. 5.tJ0.
3414 Cass, 6 rooms. 1.2M.
2636 Charles. I rooms, corner, 1.700.
1613 So, 29th. 7 rooms, modern, 3.50O
1311 Dodge, 22x120 feet. 6.M0.
1 houses near P. O.. 1730 rental, 7.6U0.
G0S-I Dewey Ave.. IWiO rental. 8,500.
JOHN N. FRENZER. BOTH PHONES.
FOR SALE My home. 914 So. 33d St.,
eight rooms modern, terms to suit pur
chaser. Price named to parties Interested.
Will sell at a bargain. Telephone Doug
FIVE ROOM COTTAGE for sale at
sacrifice, on account of alckneas. Veb. 762,
YOUR RENT WILL BUY
my new modem rooms and bath. Has
aubstantlal bungalow exterior finish,
very deep front porch, with heavy rail
ing; finish floors are quarter-sawed oak
and white maple, polished: large window
seat In dining room: large pantry equip
ped with drawers and ahelvea; plumbing
first-class: complete basement; cemented:
laundry and dust tight coal bins. You
can select the electric fixtures. Lot 6fxt2K
ft. Front walk In. Hedge fence. Some
1308 CASH. BS.SO PER MONTH.
Only block from car. Can see this
rain or shine.
13 S. HALCYON AVE., BENSON.
PHONE BENSON 175-W.
4 Lewie Corbaley. Owner.
Double brick bungalow flat, close in.
One year old. Rental 172.60 per month.
JEFF W. BEDFORD t SON.
T Brandels Theater. Doug. 327&
y V of telephone exchange.
..an street. cio to Dig iuaiDFS!t center,
a full lot, all Improvements In and paid.
For flat, home or small business It Is
verv vsluable. Call owner. Webster 2812.
244 PRATT ST., 7-room. all modern
bouse, corner lot: large bam. See Vogci,
ft.? jxarbach blocs.
KKAL ESTATE !
FARM MANC'H I.ANfts Port a ALB
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed bv tne
ATLANTA. BIRMINGHAM ATLAN
Lands adapted to the widest range of
crops. All the money crops of the south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing with this coming country. Its soil,
climate, church and school advantages,
W. H. LEAHY. DEPT. K,
General Passenger Agent.
THE easiest way to Ann" a buyer for
your farm la to lnrert a small want ad
In the Des Moines Capital. Largest cir
culation In the state of Iowa. 4&0u0 daily.
The Capital Is read by and believed la
by the atandpatters of Iowa, who simply
refuse to permit any oilier paper In their
homes. Mates, 1 cent a word a day: 11.3s
per Una per month; count six ordinary
words to the line. Address Des Mollies
Capital. Des Moines, la.
BARGAINS In farms; write for list.
Kansaa Land Co.. Yates Center, Kan.
386 ACRE 8, 4H miles from Benson, Min
nesota: 1H0 acres cultivated; 20 acres
meadow; drained by river; fine buildings;
fenced with woven wire; used as stock
farm; 141 acre. Morehart & Atchison.
40-BUSHEL WHEAT LAND. 2S to Ki
We hare for sate over 20,000 acres of
Cheyenne county, Nebraska a choicest
farm land, where the crop yields for 12
years. Including 1910 and 1911, averaga
with the best In the state. Alfalfa, also
a leading crop. Better soil, water and
climate cannot be found. Write for full
Information today. Agents wanted every
where. FUNDINOSLAND INVESTMENT CO.,
FARM bargains near Omaha. Possesion.
Orln M. Merrill, 1313 City Na. Uk. Bldg.
Sarpj Co. 40 Acres
NIFTY 40 acres, every foot a farm;
choice location, neat Improvements, a)
miles out. If you do not want something
cnuice ao not tmtner me on tnis. I'ueses
slon If taken at once. Price, li,5O0; 13,750
or less caen.
ALSO 43 acres, easy terms. Good buy.
ORIN . MERRILL CO.,
Rooms 1213-11 city National Bank Bldg.s
FINE Improved prairie farm of rH
acres, 6W acres under cultivation, near
good town In the Devila lake region of
North Dakota, the best of soil, near
school and good neighbors; price. per
acre. Including twelve head of horses,
twenty head ot cattle, all farm machinery
and half of thla season's crops; terms,
half cash; never again such a bargain.
Fred Clark, E. Grant St., Minneapolis,
SMALL stock ranch and farm, best
range in country. Abundance pure water.
South Dakota, near Wyoming line. A bar
gain. W. V. Starkweather, Clifton. Wyo.
Only 2d Miles East of the
This land surrounds the town of Win
chester on the main line of the Great
Northern railway: finest apple land In
the world. Boil the very best. No ex
pense to clear; lays perfect for Irrigation,
with wella of Inexhaustible supply. No
tract over 1H mile from town.
Price range from 390 per acre up. This
land set to fruit will produce KYO to
11,000 per acre net. It Is in the finest
apple country, where most ot the apples
Climate Ideal: location unexcelled.
Write us today for complete circular
with full Information. Thla will bear
close Investigation. Price la remarkably
D. V. SHOLES,
913 City National Bank Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 45; Ind. A -2049.
.41 laeella aeons.
GOVERNMENT FARMS FREE.
Official 132-page book. "Free Govern
ment Land," describes every acre In
every county In United States; how se
cured free: our psper, "The Home
seeker " contains 1912 township, section
plats and maps showing exact location;
sample copy free. Address The liomc
seeker, St. Paul, Minn.
REAL ESTATE I4M.VS
uJMAilA property and ..uoi.ka i.
ITKCUt Kn.Au &STATE CO,,
1816 New Omaha Nafl Bank Bulldlngt.
MONEY to loan on ousines or real
denes properties, II .Out to iMaxiwO. W. at
THOMAS, aa First Nat l itank Bldg.
WANIKD-Clty loans and warrants,
IV Farnam Sml'h ; Co.. 13a Faroaai at.
tit) to llv,ts maue promptly. F. u.
Wead. Wead Bldg.. lath and Fareaox.
Omaha .Nat l Bans
LOA2j Farms ami city property.
B. DuDwst tc san. itiul Karnam St.
Rot CITY LOANS. BemU-Carlberg Co,
' Sitt-li Brandeis Theaier BiOg.
VvAN'lbD City luaijs Peters irust Co.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE have customers galore for acreage
property around Omaha and So. Omaiim.
For quick sale list your property with us
st once. O'Neits Real instate and In
surance Agency. 1606 Farnam St- Phones
1 y ler ivzt. A-iMi.
FOR SALJ4 OR EXCHANGE
TO EXCHANGE Good home In Col,
rado foi Mock of merrhandise; mignt
take other property with good value.
Address lork Box U Selbert. Colo.
1 haaa uaava every w nere. if you want
7SUIts call liesr.. 117 Hee Situ. I'. I3u6.
Wlf.I. exchange lot for good automobile.
Tel. Web. 741.
WAXTtStl TO BUT
Household gds, clothes & shoes. DS71 B13C0 j
Have Gone Home
WAXTEIs TO HI V
CASH FOR SILVER '.y 2
3d-hAau gouus. Kicsce. !tgl Center D. aaei.
PJrt.claaa. piactl.al nurse H 6610. A-ZS7I
Day work. ;. an hour. HarnevKitR
BUNDI.E washing-) cVntsTa do ten"
rough dry. 23 rents a dos. Web-ler !ls
Curtains iaundered. '.Oc up, "GiarTV o."!
Family and bundle la.icTry.uaiTTvTMM,
CARPENTER "TFpalrTniT a specialty:
1f cln.a l.tiin,tt-... l ...... n... .
ADY wants day work. Tel. I. 7917.
LACE curtain specialty work; guar.
FAMILY washing or bundle work, day
work: house cleaning. Webster 3N.
Mrs. Gertrude Gorman rleaniTuirklnds
",n,5!uLr:J.!'.J all eenlng. D. 8732.
""WANTED Day work Phone D. i0JT
WA.N'TED-Poslllon In famijy. general
housework; desire to go home nights.
WOMAN with child would like piition
as housekeeper In smith fiituily. Phone.
WOMAN, aule support nf four children,
wishes tn ito rmiKh dry Hashing, liar
nev CRKDITMA.N thoruugiilv cxnerleiicr.1
in wholesale and retail credits; will con
sider change. I'ast five years responsible
for yearly credits over 130U.OHO. Lock Box
tSi. Omaha, Neb.
YOUNG lady wants office work. Will
start on small wagea. Phone. Web. 3"7.
LAUNDRY work taken home. VV. I61T.
COLORED lady wants day work. Web
FOR LAUNDRESSES and house clea-i-era.
Csll Douglas 111;'.'
LIVE ttTOCK MARKET OF WEST
Ship your stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrliiksge. Your eoneiga
stems receive prompt and careful atie
Mve Itorli Commlealaa llercaaals,
Byers Bros tt Co. Strong and responsible.
WOOD HHPS.. al4-a KchnBldg.
Great West Com. Co.. Omaha It Denver.
W, R. SMITH SON Just handle eheea,
Clay, Robinon s Co.. 2ui Exchange BidgT
Interstate Co. Better results. Soit to us,"
CLirruN Com Co., ta Kacbangs Bldg,
Cog a; Junes Com. C.-., bunch at hiistlera
L. E ROBERTS CO.. 329 Exch. Bldg.
Farmers L. g. Com. Co.. kicn. mag
Mart In Hroa s Co.. am-4 Kxcli. Uidg.
TAOQ lilibs. handle cattle. hogaTeiieea,"
Deposit proceeds of shlpmentT In Stock
lards Nst I bank :oly bnk at yards
OUAHA, THE GRAIN MARKET
WEEKS OHA1N CO.. urain in.-n
Censignnients solicited. 793 braadels.
FOR BIDS FOR
Bids will he received by the Commis
sioner nf Printing at the office of the
secretary nf slate at Lincoln, Nebraska,
m or before 4 p. m. Saturday, April 37,
1912, for 5.mm copies Keporl of State Board
of Agriculture; 6.0W copies Report of
Stale Hoard of Horticulture; ,uuu copies
Kenort of Stallion lteaiatrittlnn Rnard-
also miscellaneous printing and supplies
iur in loiiuiving institutions ana de
partments: Attorney General. Sunreme
Court. Lincoln Asylum, Board of Control
for Dependent children. Department of
Banking, IVnltenUary, Board of irriga
tion. Soldiers' Home, Burkett; Railway
Commission; School for Deaf, Adjutant
General. Nebraska Industrial Home Stale
Auditor. Ortholtedic Hospital.
Seciflcatlona for same can be found on
file In the office of the secretary of state.
All bids must be accompanied by a bond
equal in amount to the probable crtst of
the work bid upon. The Commissioner
reserves the right to reject any or all
Lincoln, Nebraska, April 17. 1912.
H. O. THOMAS.
Deputy Commissioner of Printing.
LootiOB Parts Hamburg
Kslerrls A V p 30 AS 'VMorls Lulu .. 7
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win ..ii si it.,ui.nr
sTamDnrar-amarleaa -.Ins. 180 West xtaa- .
delFs at, Caicago, UL, or looai agent
CHICAGO LIIE STOCK MARKET
Desaand tor Cattle Hall Hogs
Lower sheeg. steady.
CHICAGO, April 20. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2o9 head, market dull and un
changed; beeves. SOfctr75: Texas steers.
H.7M4.I; weten steers. I5.81r7 10;
stockers snd feders. l4.3utiWii5: cows and
heifers. tHS4?.x,; calves, M ''r7 6
HOGS-Recelpts. 14.900 head; market
fairly actlie and 6c lower than Frldav:
light. t7.6ttb;.w: mixed, r.5s(i0: heavy.
f7.804il.00; rough, 17 t7 7S; pigs', 11 90s J
. ia oi saies. ,.,i,.so.
SHKEP-Receipts, l..- head; market
steady to atrong: natives. U.tnuhii :a west.
ern. R26fr7 09: yearlings, 5 9isii7 2S: native
tamos, so.a(a,.se; western. I5 jiir.aj.
St. Loots Live stoek Msrket.
ST. LOriS. April T'ATTI.r. rtA.
celpts, li head, no Texans; maraet
steady; native beef steers, 86.6ls841.75; cows
and heifers. t2 2r.6T.6i; stockers and feed
ers. I3 7&&8.S6; Texas snd Indian steers.
6 60S4.2S: cows and heifer.. U xra', 26
calves In carload lots. I6.0tsb7.25,
HOOS-Recelpts. VQ h-ad; market
steady; pigs and llrhts. 856cm; ik , . .
and butchers. J7.6iflH.orj; good heavy
i I7.SP7T4 05.
SHEEP AND LAMBS None on sale.
NEW YORK, April it-SrGAR-Kaw,
steady; muscovado. 89 test. 3.43c; centrif
ugal. 9-i test. 4.1Ie; molasses. S9 test,
lc; nflned, q ilet: cruened. 6.90.-; granu-
isud flue, .Aa . powdered,
II f orrii ma TOt tT-ja-cs
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Betf Cattle ltominally Steady at
Friday'" Price. i
HOGS TEH TO FIFTEEN CENTS OFF
Rerrlple rawswally Heavy tor Sat
ardey aid Advices frasa F.aetent
Markets Are Rearlak Jiheeg.
and La tabs Xorsnal.
SOUTH OMAHA, April 30, 1II.
Recelots were. Cattle. ilna. Sheen
Official Monday Mll.1 C trl 4. KM
Official Tuesday 5.7.3
Oftlcial Wedm-aday... 4.."I2
! Oftlcial Friday 6
tstlmate Saturday .... 29
Six days this week . 19.122 .48 17,1.".:
Same days Inst week.. U.6V 70.PW 66. 7
Ssme I weeks ago a.C l' 1."
Same 1 weeks ago 21.K.2 U.l.i 6,Mi
Same 4 weeks ag IP.vi to.lMi m.63'.
Same daya last year.. .5u.r7 6.7tW U,W
, The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for tho year to date ar omi.ared wlili
last year! 1912. 1911 Inc. Dec. I
Cattle 2;.iv) 3A: StM
IloK 1,IS.M9 7;ii:2 a,177
Sheep s;.v. 64J.104 liiW
The following table shows tho range of
pncea paid for hogs at outb Otnaha far
th last lew dava. with comparisons:
Dste. 1912. Ill.l9le..lsw'.llisjs.l9ti:.lllsl.
April"! I 7 l I llTwi lllil 674 Xi !S
April IS, 7 6,ei 6 Sui 9 '.91 u 9l S 42 I 34
April Ml 7 H 92. I (19! 7 tll 6 6I 4ii 4 .IS
April H I 5 , 9 lii 6 . 6 iM I 19
April 16 7 V 6 K 9 l ti 6 :. 441 t
April In; 7 9 66l u Vi 5 3.1 t 43 I 49
April 171 7 71. 6 0S 10 91 i 4a; I li I 61
April 18! 7 70S llut 111 I 6 621 I I3 61
April 19 1 6 9 I 89j 92i I 301 I 44
April 19, 7 Hl I , I s, ( K, I 3t, I 61
April ill 6 M; awn Kl 6 51 J4, 1 1.
Receipts snd dlsiwsltlon nf live stock
at the Union Stock Yards, South Omaha,
Neb. for the twctity-fuur houta ending at
; o clock p. m.
C. M, a St. P
Wabash R. R. ...
Mo. Pae. Ry
Union Ptcliic It.
C. ss .N, W'., east
C. a N. W.. west.
C si. P. M. a, O.
C. B. & 14 . east .
C. B. ft Q . weet
C. R. 1. & P.. eust
Illinois Centrsl ...
C. G. W. My
Total receipts 162
Omsha Packing Company l.wii
Swirt a Company- l,04u
Cudahy Packing Company 4,K
Armour or foiupanv 1,4:)
Schwarnchlld Suisheigi-r 1,626
Hill at Sun 1 ,,,,
Other Buyers 4
Total 6 U,45
CATTLE The week closes with a very
Ins.gnlflcant run and practically no beef
cattle on aale, prices being nominally
ateady with Friday. Receipts for the
week, I9.40U head, show a K.iin of about
4.0.O head as compared with the week
previous, but a Ioks of nearly 1,000 head
aa compared with the corresponding week
of last year, y.iality of the strings has
been very good as a rule and packers
have had little cause for complaint on
this score. During the first halt of the
week the market was active and strong
under a good demand from both dressed
beef men and shippers. During the let
ter half of the week, ample supplies,
bearish reports from eastern beef and
cattle marketa and a restricted demand
for beef made trade somewhat uneven
and tne trend to pr.ces was lower for
all but strictly good to choice cattle. As
compared with a week ago the beet rat
tle are quotable very nearly ateady while
medium and common arades have .ul.
fered from competition with southwest
ern gransara and show a decline of 160
rts isr as gooa came weie eonverned
the tone to the trade was strone at the
Cows and heifers have been in llheral I
supply sil week and while they sold at 1
the highest prices of the season during
"ii iirsi nan or tne week there was a 2o
4iJ6c decline during the last two or three
days and the cloe Is very weak for all
out strictly good to choice kinds and
yearlings. Veal calves are fully ol)c lower
for th week and there has been more n
less decline In the market for bulla, stags
and rough stock generally.
Liberal receipts of stock tattle and
feeders have overstocked the market
an I with a disappointingly small demand
from the munlrv the Itm.iH v.lnu ,..
TJ" .l"w'r- cl0,'n ,""" 'or t.
..rl, .K. ,..7. T t "
r'" down ,h ,r "he Country
u" 'he week has ln of only moderate
i"oioruons wnn quue a goon many ca
tie unsold in yard Iruders' hand mt tn I
Wuotations on cattle: tlnnA i.aAu.. I
beef ateera i I7-M4J .; fair to good beef I
ISerl: kSi' .SS'aU, H'
t 4s v4jt7.w, good to choice heifers,
Stockers snd feeders. i..,ui..l: commes 1
ts fall stockers and feeders. 84.60i.a:
slock heifers, 6. 691-4.69; veal calves. As. 99
.: buns, stags, etc, t4.4vue.s0.
HOGS An unusually hesvy supply of
hogs for a Saturday, bigether wnn bear
ish advlcea from eastern marketa com
bined to force prices downward, the mar
ruling Mttlic. Hwer than yesterday's
aveiage trade. In many quarters the
i.buv " - m " " - iiiwsi.y we tower, ine 1
dull, draasv demand hell.lne In a maiM '
to accentuate the decline.
Packers bought cautionsly throughout
the session .and movement wore along
until almost midday, aa none of the
.arger buyers apieared to be very anxious
to load up this late in the week. Re
ceipts amounted to about IO.SUi head, or
dinarily enough to meet killing require
ments at mid-week. Shippers remained
under cover, only a few odd loads of
select butcher stock selling on outside
Beet heavy hogs on sale moved at 17 V
li7.75, yesterday tops leading at 17.90.
wnue euiK cnai.ge.i nanus at 87.6ot.i
Bacon weights usually cleared at 17 50 and I
less, ine rau.3 in values amounting to
Compared with a wek ago current
prices average ahut 1i&I5c lower, the
packing demand proving rather conserve
tlve throughout with the supply lance.
The net decline noted was scored yestet-
Drawn for The Bee
day and today, trade on previous duya
wavering atx.ut steady leveia.
1 N. A. 8b. fr Ns. At. Sk. Ft,
s Ill ... 1 t 71 Ml ... 1 li
II Ill ... I st 74 IM . . I It
m ss 1 it II til In
I e IM ... T 40 41 HI ... til
M IM IS II Ul 144 J 4
, II IM ... 7 40 Tl KI M t 66
I li ta 49 t rt in i u
II IM SS t 40 II Ul M I 64
M. H IN 41 340 M lg
11 IK 10 I fc i ITS ID 7 H
M Ill ... 1 M 71 1 M 7 li
Ml Ill US 7 US la 7 tits
71 Ill 1 II 117 ... 7 40
111 It M I 41 71....... l ... 7 SI
M " ... I 41 4i Sss N I w
M SS ISO 7 46 46 171 ... I M
71 Ml ... 7 IS IM ... t
M lit . 1 II It Ill IM t 40
71 lis M 1 u 61 M ... T m
H ..1MI 411 7 M M. ...... .Ml ... IS
M IM M 7 41 74 IS! ... 7 M
, II m M 1 IS M 1U SIS t M
I II IM 40 ito M iV Ml 1 M
1 H Ill SO 7 16 HI MS ... 1 10
71, Ml 124 1 46 M J.M Its I H
. HI .. I 6 M PI III 1
M Ill 4" 7 15 ft. 39 ... 7 M
71,, Ill SS 7 47 H 11 .134 ... J 41
71 m so 7 T4 Is..... l?t 1 M
III ! W i 17. M M 1 M
IM IS 41 III IIS I
II 101 ... 1 M It IM B IS
71 Ill ... 7 M 71 Ill IM 1 M
l! IM IIS 7 M 71 IM M 7 M
! IK SO 7 M II IM ... 7 M
71 514 ... 7 M 77 SU M 7 M
44... .'II M 7 M 4S 141 ... 7 10
14 Ill ... I M M HI M 7 40
II t MS 7 M M ITS ... t 40
204 10 7 V) M Ul ... t m
7! Ul ... 7 M 71 116 ... 7 ttta
14 !-' ... ' M 41 Ill ... 7 U
; 711 IM 7 M M . Itl U 7 46
IK 711 IM 7 M 11 Ml W IS
78.. "I ' M I" KM ... I4J
71 ? 40 7 M M 174 . 1 41
71 Hi 40 7 W II Ml 40 7 41
M ,.11 H IS M It! SO 7 70
1 Ill ... 7 M 4J 117 III 7 J4
77 IM as 7 10 II VI ... 1 IS
II til ... 7M 17 HI ... 7 71
0 !tl M 7 10 . HI ... 7 70
II ! 10 7 M 177 ... 1 1
I! 1)1 M I SO M ! ... t 74
7i m ... 7 m na m ... t
4 : .. 7 17U, 41 1:1 ... 7 it .
S3 HT -. 7 61
9 141 ... I M
BIIEKP-No sheep or lambs ware re
ceived today and with the merkat bar
ren In all of Ha branches prlcos remained
During the week, trade conditions have
been generally neutral snd the market
has shown no disuses ot consequence.
On sll daya the list of values ruled ateady
or very nearly so. both sheep and lambs
closing In notches Identical with those
at laM weeks finish. Dwindling sup
plies rserted some bullish Influence upon
the detnanad, but an equally strong
bearlah argument was afforded In the
Poor eond tlon or eastern aressea mut
ton trails, so that packers were Inclined
to use tautinn In making purchasss.
Only at tlmea, when tiirough shipments
were ysrded In selling pene, did move
ment become actually dull, Inquiry prov
Iiik reuaouably active throughout,
1st wooled lambs made up the bulk
of offerings and commanded the highest
flgurea, beat Mexlcana closing at II 0j.
other varletlea sold unevenly from 8H.00
downward. The proortton of ehorn of
ferlnga waa very modest, but klllsrs fulled
to become enthused because of scarcity
and the usual 75c4.jll.09 dlacount prsvstled.
Attractive shorn iambs sold up to 17. lu.
Very few sheep have been ournlng, but
ewes are quotable as high as la.ui snd
choice wethers would probsbly sell
around 16.60. Feeder demand has been
seasonably llgnt. but shearers have fur
nished very fair competition for good to
choice fat lambs In the fleece, paying as
much ss 17 96 fur loppy westerns. Wsuk s
buy on country account amounts to shout
Quutsuons on sheep and lanitis: Lambs,
good to choice, J,. 44iV0v, lambs, fsir to
Kiiod. tl.emul.so; lambs, shorn, H 6071;. 30.
1st shearing lambs. 17 004 7. 6v; yearlings,
handy, l;.uj;.M. yearlings, heavy, It iog
7.00: wethers, good to choice, I6164J6.6U,
wsthers, fair to good, t6.s6-tK.ltl: ewes,
good to rholoe, H.764J.00; awes, fair to
Kaasaa Illy Lies Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. April JO.-Recelpts. 100
nesd, no southerns; market steady; natlvs
steers. 88.61ej18.6O; southern steels, IS.irJtr
.0; southern cows snd heifers. II COtK.26.
native cows snd helieis. I4.6uts.ui; stocs
ers snd feeders, H.;tVu7.). bulls, H .tr
660; calves, titiousiju; western steers,
Kij8.2a; western cows. Icoou.;!.
HDclS-Recelpls. 2.0WI head, market 50
10c lower; buik of sales, !..j-4.. heavy,
17 tfi iM; packets and butrners, li.;t.(t
7.90. lights. r4M7,76; pigs, li..ii;ii;.,6
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Kecelpts, none;
market steady: muttons. 8l.2jauLdti: Ismts
W WS '; fed wetheia and yearlings,
B.iouMO. fed ewes, 3 j04.uu.
SI. Joseph Live Stork Market.-
ST. JOSEPH, April 20. CATTLE Re
ceipts, )w head: market steady; steers,
V juuS 'm, rows and heifers, 3 !u.iu,
tslves. I.. (O-uI.Oi).
HOGS Iliceipls, head; market 3)i.(tc.
lower; top, IT v,; bulk of sales, ..(..,.;i.
SHEEP AND LA M US N one ; market
nominally suady; Untbe. I7.usu6.19.
Sleek la Sight.
Receipts of live stork at the five prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
Cut tie. Hogs Sheep.
South Omshs 11,100
Ht. Joeeph u
Ksnsas City I'M tuts)
St. Louts l.UOU 4.IS4J
I Chics go 209 II two
. 1.430 31.4
Kaaaae Cllr (irala end Provlaloaa.
KA.NHAfl CITY. April 20-WHEAT-
i, un. s'o 9 hrd ii bji t us v. i .
ml"d. JrV'"c- . -WfTIC. No. 2
white, 79t4i90c; No. 1. "wir;te
OATS i'nehanged to 19c lower: No. 1
mixed, 6s Vo. N. 1 mixed, 63 'rc
Closing prices of lutuns:
WHKAT-May. Il.(. July, ll.atti,,
t.'OKN-Msy. rsiee; July. Kc; Septem
OAls-JuIy. 52c; September. 424c
HAY I nchsnged to 82 up: choice tlm
othy, $.7.(iij a.ta, choice prslrie, 121.2
BLTTER-Creamery. 31c: firsts, 29c
seconds. 27c; packing stock Z2c
EGGS Extras, SMsc; firsts. ISHc.
.. Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu oS.ote) 67 01)0
Corn, bu 5C.0TSJ 66.1110
Oats, bu io,aj h,,m
LlTerswol Grsls Market.
LIVERPOOL, April WHEAT-8pot,
firm; No. t, red western winter. 8s itfd
No. 3, Manitobs, nominsl: futures strong
March. 8s ld; July. 7a md. October. 7s
I'ORS-fipot, steouly: American mixed.
I "w- ,o . American mixen. OlO, Is
HVjd: American mixed new. kiln dried.
jus M: futures steady; May. Cs 7,d;
I September, 6s 4Vi.
I . " "
I Persistent Advertising is the Road to
j B1( Returns
by "Bud" Fisher
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Strong Cash Action ii Feature of
Wheat Trade. .7'
CORN BUYING IS SUBPBISINO -
Sltaatloa Is Not So I'rment "s It .
Was a Fetv Weeks Ago, aa the "'J
nrsrrvrs Are Now Freely ."
OMAHA. April 28 19U.
The feature of the wheat msrket todsr '
ss the strong action of the cash trade....!
Futures were carried shsrply higher..
nuking new hlgli points for the crop. ,..
year. '" "
Crop advices ars coming In surprisingly" "
bsd and the rstctit of damage Is spresd--'
Ing to the west, where prospects hava.-.-been
of thn best. TheiM are no features
opposing the bull operations, and should '
the public take to buying the futures - -fearing
a crop calamity prices could still
The buying force behind the corn Is
surprising at such prices, but Is due per
haps to tho strength In wheat. The cash '
situation, however. Is not so urgent as "
it was a few tveeks ago, as fsrm reserves "
aro being freely offered. With fins
weather ta aid In preparations for tho "
new crop the sentiment will be mors -bearish.
Wheat values mauc sensational ad-
vatices totluy on buying resulting from
ralnmlty crop reports and a sharn ad
vance In cash wheat, which sold 1c hlghur
The corn market was supported by bul'g ...
on the strength In wheat, but the general
situation lacka the bulllah snap shown a -week
ago. Cash corn waa ttc higher la
1'rliiisry wheat receipts were 284,000 hu.
and shipments were 29.0uu bu , agalnag
tecelpta last year of 4JJ,otlu bu, and ship
niiiiis ot bu.
Primary corn receipts were 357.000 bu.
and shipments were 4t.U bu.. agalaat re
ceipts isst year of 429.UM bu. and ship
ments ot 439,090 ou.
Clearances were none of corn, 30,008 bu.
of on is and wheat and flour equal to
The following oasn sales were reported:
Wheat-No. 1 hard, I cars. l.Uu No. I
hard, 1 car. II. lu, I car, tl.vs; 1 car, tW.. ,
No. 4 hard. 1 car. 1.9tt4 Corn-No.
white. 1 car, 78c. No. J white, 1 car, 77c; '.
1 car. 'iS'tc No. S yellow,, 1 cars, 7i;tc;
No. I yellow, 3 cars, n.u; 4 cars. Tie; I",
cars, 76ic; 1 car. 7eltc; J cars, 78c No.
4 yellow, 1 car. 73'tc. No. 1 mixed, 1 car.
tic. No. I mixed, 1 car. Ssc; 8 oars, 76Vi
i cars, 76c, No. 4 mixed, 1 car, 78!c; 1 '
car, Ttc, 4 care, 73c; t cars, 78c. No
grade. 3 cars, eelrt-s 1 cars, Uc; 1 car, llo.
oats standard. 1 car, 6t.)c. No. I white, -,
8 tars, w.:,o, i car, Wise. No. i yellow, 1 .'.
cat, Use. . ,-
Oasaaa Cask Prices. .'
WHEAT No. i hart, 1.06jl.U; No. I .
bard. Ilirt'itiLW; No. 4 hard, IUC.Gl.tle, ,
CORN No, 1 white. isw.'s'.J; No. 1
white, itl'sti;7c; No. 4 white, 7,vu74c; No. 1
yellow, 7.4.c; No. I lellow, 7ii8i;sc; No. . .
yellow. 7i-,vWc; No. 3, 7!o; No. 3. 7
.6tc; No. 4. ilivO.a'w: no srade. towns -
OATSNo. I white, 58er.7c; standard,
68VrS;4e; No. 1 wnlts, 6u(fbW:; No. "
white, win t) tc ; No. I yellow. 6ta8Vtci
No. 4 ysllow, 63VWl6iic.
BARLEY Mslting, 11.031.33; No. X-i
feed, HOtiWc; heavier feed, WJcUlLOe. - -"
RYS-No, Wjltao; No. 1. nttlM. 'J
Cartwl Receipts. -
WhilL Pnrn. Clata 7
Chicago li M 91
Minneapolis 118 '
Omsha 19 89 n '
St. Lasts tie a era I Market.
ST. LOL'18. Anrll . WHEAT r..h. J ?
higher; track. No. 1 red. I1.1MH1.19: .
3 hard. Il.l-'til.ls.
COKN-lwer; track. No. a, Mc: No. 1 .
white, IBliMc. 'f
OATS-Lower: track. No. X. STltc: No. 9
while, 18c. .
Closing prices of futures: "
ViHEAT-Hlalier. May. 11.14U: Jolv
ctiitn-weak: May. lie; July, tie.
OATS Lower; May, S7c; July. 64c. . T
F1L'R 6'lrm: red wlniee ruitnia 4. st -V
63u; extra fancy and straights. U.Im '
4.a6; hard winter clears. U.tbii 4.00. r"
SEfcl-Tlmothy. Sv.uu. ; J
BRAN Scaice: sacked asst irak ti zr- '
HAr-strong: timothy. 3S7.006MI no: nrai.
He. I22.B2.U0. ,.
PROVISIONS Pork. nnchansed: 4nh-
blng. Ilsiu. Ijird, unchanged, prima-'
rteam. 6.9l4i MVoa. Drv ault n,a.- .
changed; boxed, extra shorts. Ill.OU; clear
ribs. 111.00: short clears, II Lit. Bacon.
unchanged: boxed, extra snorts illui- -
c.ear ribs, 112.09; short clears, 112.25.
nn Lini-uun, cnickens, UHcr-'
springs, lac: turkeys, lie: ducks li, i -
geese. 6c. . -
Bt TTfcK Firm; creamery. 27fi31c
Flour, bbls 6.900 57.000
v heat, bu s ow is ,u
Corn, bu He on ai .sn
oats, bu jsj.ouo 24.IMI -
Mlaaeapolla lira la Market.
I MINNEAPOLIS. Anrll 30.-WHKAT-.
May. LlHs; July. 11.12S; September.
il.tb:t. Cash: No. 1 hard. !1.14s; No. I
northern. I1.I3S: No. 1 nortners. 1L11S:
No. 3 wheat. 11.09.
BARLEY 70c till. 39. -
CORN-No. I yellow, sji4jc
OATS-No. 1 white. 66 S arte.
RYE No. 2. is 1 91 Vic.
BRAN In WO-ln. sacks, 124 OdejM.sO.
FLfll'R First patents. tS.IOSu.49; sec. -ond
patents. tl.Tofee.o: first clears, t39tf
3.96; eevond clears. t2.4tj2.89. ,
W 1 Market.
ST. ions, April 28-WOOL-Stesdv:
territory and western medium, lag He
line mediums, lift 17c: fine. KsJjlSc. '
17e Will Buy
Wire as number of shares and
lowest price you will accept.
Dudley A. TYNS COMPANY
100a Sost aalls snreei.
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