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L'HK BKE: OMAHA, MONDAY, MAKOH 1013.
REAL BSTA1K LOANS
MONEYto loan on business or rcsl-
teen 'e iiruiicriies, i,vw iu imvw
V V II. THOMAS. S 8tate Bunk Bldg.
""OUAHA homes. Kast Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE KEAU ESTATE CO.
1016 Omnha National Douglas 2711.
"HARRISON Si MORTON. 918 Urn. Nat
flATJVTW TVROS Loans $M)0andup.
UAitVliN imUO. 0mttha Mat'l Hank.
LARGE loans "our specialty Stull Bros.
0 310-312 Uralidtli Theater Bids.
REAL KSTTI; -.V ANTED
" LIST your h"Ue with (jsborne Realty
To jKPnxtnn P.IK. D. 1471. Quick results.
WIUj buy modern bungalow or cottage,
up to $3,000. Address Y-172, caro Bee.
'"wanted Tf iirv
Dolroff 2d iiand store pays highest prices
. r I i . . .. - I ... V. 1. lir.V. 1CA7
ur lUIIJIlUI, IIUIUCB ouueo. l CM. AWVIi
BEBER pays high prices Tor 2d-hand
ri'imre. carpets, ciouies. suoes. u. .on.
D. cKo. Quick buyers of furniture.
WOULD like to buy a five or six
room house to be moved on a lot. One
In the neighborhood nf 2Uh and Clark
preferred. Telephona Rod 4301
BEST" prices for furniture Call V 'SO-J!
A CHEAP horse. Savage 2854 Faniam
SAIiE OR KXC1IANGF R. E.
Half section and SO acres: south central
Nebraska: fair improvements. Price
H6.0M. Want to tri-le this for town
property. No agents. Address me to
l'ostofflco Box No 133. Omaha. Nb.
CAN WRECK CITY PROPERTY,
But they cant wreck land. Wo havo land
for city property.
PALMER LAND CO.
HOC W. O. W. Hldg.. Omaha.
ABSTRACTS Of TITLE.
Co., oldest abstract t
20 Brantleli Thtr.
flc In Nebraska.
it ui i. uicus' iroii.nATion.
For estimating on .rebuilding houses.
Call Chas. A. Forslund, 2822 Cass. Harney
'CM quick and good servlee rendered.
At'TlEAUE l'OIl SALE.
For bursalns In Florence property, fruit
farms and acreage, see C. L. Nethaway,
Florence, Neb. Phone Florence 276.
6 TO 8 'ACRES, rich, black garden soil,
near Carter park' and lake, with 2-roora
house, well,, etc.; fine for pigs, chickens,
etc. Also ZM acres near North 16th dt,.
In' bottom; flowing water.
CHAS .E. WILOJIWISON CO.
25 ACRES IN WALKING
OnlY one mile from the Benson car, a
diMly well improved little farm for a
trlflo more than $300 per acre. This land
rah ) sold for $750 per acre within the
next' 6 years. See us quick.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
CITY IMlOl'nUTV I'Olt KAI.K
SALE AND ' RENT
All on easy installments; 15c per J 100
per year on 6-year policies; you can't af
ford not to havo It; your credit Is good;
sqe us. CHAS,. B. WILLIAMSON CO.
DUNDEE homo ready" to move Into.
Modern In very respect. For particulars
and price phone Fred C. Shields at Doug.
489 or H. 3317. 1 will be glad to show
yqu ths. property.
Looatcd oil North Twentieth St., Just
north of Lake; has good-sized store
room on first floor, five rooms on second
floor; has city water, sewer, gas and
bath, only a few windows were damaccd
by the storm. Will take small payment
down, and balance monthly payments if
taken at once
HASTINGS & HEYDEN. 1614 Harney.
You can movo right In: 3622 Seward St.;
C rooms, all modern, lot -43x132; $3,760, $500
cash, balance very easy,
310-3(2' Braridels Theater BIdg.
Norris & N orris
W have a number of houses on easy
Iel uh write your tornado and. fire in
Norris & Norris
400'Beo Bldg. 'Phono Douglas 4270.
S-room modern house, 36th and Douglas
' W. R. HOMAN,
ill and 332 Eoard of Trade Bldg.
FOR SALE 7-room house, modern ex
cept heat; In good t'oudltlon. Located 2413
Charles St. Tel. Harney 2131.
FOR SALE 6-roonj house. A-l condU
tlon. C. wner leaving city. Call Web. 4419.
WELL built 6-room house, modern,
$1,600; also 7-room house, modern, $2,500.
Favorable terms, on both properties and
barg-hls not often offered. Both near
20th and Manderson Sts.
Nlnftii&om house, 1423 N. 15th St., mod
crn. Iqt 30x115, $2.0.
Twroom house,. 1430 N. lfith St., mod
ern. Jot 30x113, $2,660. Terms easy. Splen
MADS. A HANSEN, 407 McCague Bldg.
A BIG BARGAIN IN KOUNTZK PLACE
A client lias piacea witn ub for immeri.
Lite sale, a beautiful new residence, wen
rnnmi. iuhv mnaern. I n anfii in itnv
m?y -Willi ban, nan, ecu frawe, pavea
street two blocks from grade school; extra-
well buUt for a HOME and complete
In every way. If you want a BARGAIN
In tv FINE HOME, call at once. Terms
F T. WALKER & CO..
917 Omaha National Bank Building.
Telephone, Dougfas 2391,
MODERN bouse, West Farnam Dls
trlot. corner lot, living rocm, dining
room and kitchen first floor; four bed
rooms and bath second lloor, three large
rimsnca rooms intra noor; excellent
furnace. Price, $7,600. Address D 167,
Bee. Phone Douglas 3106 or Harney 1639..
Eight-room house In Hanscom Purk,
strictly modern, oak finish, well lo
cated. Price, $12,000.
Nine-room house, strictly modern, Han-s.-om
Park addition, oak finish, all In
line repairs. Price, $10,000.
NEB REALTY AND INVESTMENT
414 and 426 Brandels Bldg.
Close In Bargain
A t-room all modern home; hot water
heat; near Crelghton university; walking
distance. 2306 California St. Price, $4,6050.
H. A. WOLF,
2 Brandels Bldg. Doug. SOO.
5. per JI.W0 for 3 years, $7.60 per $1,000
i : ears. We solicit your business.
J. H.Dumont & Son
: Board of Trade. Building
FUR RLNT S-room modern house ex
eft tjcat on Franklin aven'Je April C
Apply to owner Red 2003. to Bluffs la.
UK AL KSTATK
city inovKiriv rem s.vlu.
I Now Ready to Move
1314 South 32d St.
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT.
FOR SALE UV THE OWNER.
New 7-room brick house, ready to move
In. Strictly modern. Should bo seen to be
appreciated. Call Harney 23X9.
FOR SALE OR REN T Co 1 1 a K' lx
irooins and bath, open plumbing, modern
except heat, everything In first-class eon.
Ultlon. 2S1S North 81st.
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT
For sale by the owner, new 7-room
brick house, ready to move In. Strictly
modern. Should be seen to be appre
ciated. Cull Harney 3369.
FIRE AND TORNADO
404 BEE BLDG.
Brand now all modern 5-room bunga
low: oak finish, built-in cupboards; full
cement cellar and furnace heat; every
thing complete and ready to move Into;
In north part nnd ono block from car.
Price, JJ.ttX). on easy terms.
JEFF W. BEDFORD & SON,
A GOOD home cheap. 7 rooms, modern
except heat, on a fine sttcct close to car,
school and park. (2,100', cash or pay
merits. Ed B. Oibbs, 634 S. 30th St. Phono
MUST sell my .new modern G-room
house and sleeping porch beforo April l,
as I am leaving city; finished In oak
downstairs; beam ceilings, living and din
lug room; birch finish upstairs: full base
ment and attic; lot 60x124 . 4110 Florence
Blvd. Tel. Webster 5052. Owner.
MODERN 7-room house; combination
fixtures; good location. Possession at
once. Phono Webster 1330. Mrs. George
W. Craig. 6215 N. 24th St.
LOT. 4Sth and Capitol Ave., $900. D. 8IS0.
FAllM ,t IIA.-VCII l.AJVUH FOR s) A 1,12,
CALIFORNIA land excursions 1st and
$d Tues. W. T. Smith Cn sir, city Nat. Bk.
A FEW fins tracts of 100 to 640 acres
In southeastern Saskatchewan, good soil,
well watered, adanted to grain and mixed
farming. For prlci. uid terms see or write,
D. T. Dcselm. 231 tragus St.. Omaha.
11 miles of Lincoln; good land, ull suit
able' for cultivation: fair buildings. This
Is said to be the cheapest good farm in
that section at $100 per acre. See us
McGEE REAL ESTATE CO.,
105 Pearl St., Council Bluffs.
KANSAS FARMS and rancheo for sale;
0 to 25,000 acres; writs for tree list, V. 5.
NICUETTK. Sallna, Kan.
MISSOURI farm of E20 acres, well Im
proved, to trade for Omaha real estate.
See owner, C. Fearls. Hotel Harney.
SIXTY THOUSAND acres Carey land
open to entry at Vallor, Mont.; fifteen
annual payments; section famous for
grain, grasses', vegetables, well adapted
diversified farming. For particulars writ
Valler Farm Sales Co., Box 2, Valler,
Is the time for you to secure land In
Montana, Unequaled wealth In the soli.
Business opportunities of all kinds. For
information write the
CONRAD COMMERCIAL CLUB.
AN IDEAL STOCK AND
GRAIN FARM FOR SALE CHEAP.
S40 acres, located In oast central Ne
braska, Nance county, 11 miles fiom Ful
lcrton, 16 miles from Central City; 300
acres under cultivation, balance; bplendld
hay and pasture land; 200 acres in fall
grain, all fenced and cross-fenced; excel
lent corn, wheat and alfalfa land; good
set of Improvements; abundance of run
ning water. Owner must sell quick at
$50 per acre; One-halt cash, balance good
terms. This far,m Is really worth from
$65 to $70 per acre. Address S. J. Hender
son, Omaha, Neb., 11m. 1L Arlington Blk.
TEXAS and Mexico lands In large
tracts for colonization. We control a
number of ranches of small and large
acreago In the shallow water belt. Our
options are carefully selected. Refer
ences, any hank or banker In Dallas.
Harm & Kendall, Dallas, Tex..
LIVE STOCK MARKET OP WEST
Snip live stock to South Omaha, bare
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atteo
Llvo storlc Commission Mrruliauts.
BYERS BROS. 4 CO. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. 222 Exchange UUIg.
ILftRl'lN 0K03. A Co,, isxenangs u.iim.
NEW VtiniC GENERAL MARKET
Quotation! nf the liny on Vnrlons
NEW YORK, March FLOUR-Mor-ket
dull; spring patents, $4,4001.60; win
ter straights, $4.4504.55; winter patents,
$4.7005.10; spring cleurg. $4.154H-30; winter
extras, No. 1, $3.SOfj4.10: winter extras,
No. 2, $3.70113.80; Kansas straights, $4.10
4.25. Buckwheat flour, dull. Ryo flour,
quiet; fair to good, $3.6O&3.80; choice,
CORNMEAL Market steady; fine whlto
and yellow. $1.301.35; coarse, $1.2531.30;
kiln dried. $3.15.
WHEAT Spot market barely steady;
No. 2 red, $U0H. elevator and $1.12, f. o.
b. , afloat, nominal; No. 1 northern Du
luth, WHc, f. o. b., afloat. Futures, mar
ket was steady on a show of firmness
abroad and on small offerings; May, 93HC;
July, 96c; September, Wc.
CORN Spot market steady; export, 58c,
f. o. b., afloat.
OATS Spot market steady; export. 37H
i3Sc; standard white. 3SV4c; No. 3. 37V4
as ; No. 4. 37c; natural white. 37j38c; No,
2 nominal; white clipped, 37fHtc, all on
BARLEY Market steady; feeding. 54He,
c. 1. f.. Now York; malting. 55ftc, c. 1.
RYE Market steady; No. 2 western, 60o
asxed, c. i. r , liurrnio. and feeding, &4c,
c. 1. f.. New York, opening navigation.
FEED Market dull; western spring
nran, sianuurci miaaitng, urn-pound
sacks. $2.50; city. $23.00.
HAY' Market quiet; No. I. $1.0031.05;
no. i. nbwc; no. a, ,&eoe.
LEATHER Market firm; hemlock
firsts. 223c; seconds. 27SS; thirds, 24
(!'Xc; rejocts. 1MJ20C.
PROVISIONS - Pork. market firm;
mess. $22.25322.60; family. $23.0y-SS.lW;
short clears. $21,0082.50. Beef, firm;
mess, $19.00320.00; family. J23.004f36.00; beef
hams, J32.W-&S4.O0. Cut meats, steady;
pickled bellies, 10 to 14 lbs.. $14.50314.75.
pickled hams, $14.75flN5.00. Lard, steady;
middle wast prime, $11.3011.30; rerined,
firm iconttnent. $11.50; South America.
$12.40; compound, steady at J7.764i8.00.
TALLOW Market quiet, prime summer
tallow, spot, $6.M33.42; May. $6.40; July,
$6.44; September, $6.48; prime city. 6ic;
country. 66i4c, special, 'v.
HOPS Market easy; state common to
choice, ISIS crop, lS2fle, 1911 crop, 94jl4c;
Pacific coast, 1912 crop. li321c; 1911 crop,
HIDES Market steady; Central Amer
ica. SOUe; Bogota, 23V60tttC.
BUTTER Market firm.
CHEESE Market irregular.
EGOS Market firmer.
POULTRY Dressed, market firm; fresh
killed western chickens. 15c. fowls. i
mc; frozen turkeys, ltr2mc
Milwaukee Ciraln, Market,
; MILWAUKEE, Wis., March a.
WHEAT No. 1 northern, i&WOc, No. 2
northern, 68$Sc, No. 2 hard winter vm
91c May, 87ic July sS4fe8&i'
CORN -No. 3 yellow lVutl:W No 3
white 3r No 51Hc, May U , July,
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Market Shows Bull Tendency
with Price Upturn.
CORN SPECULATORS ARE TIRED
Trnile In thr VHIcmt Crrenl 1 Ex
treiiiply Unit mid la llplpod Only
'rum the UiMTnrd Trend
of 'Wheat. .
' - OMAHA. Match 29. 1913.
1 here was a bull market In wheat
during the morning yesterday, with u
decidedly good upturn of i cents for
the, late months and U cents .for May
from the close Thursday. The Liverpool
market did not show the weakness ex
pected following the late break In nil
markets on this side of the ocean Thurs
day, This was very surprising because
Aigcntlne shipments were given very
nearly double thosn of r vear ago. Min
neapolis stocks increased 175.0X1 bushels
for the week ending today. Duluth In
creased 40CUXW bushels. There was no
cash business reported In Chicago and the
only export trade mentioned In reports
were 10.UX) bUshels ot Winnipeg. There
was some bullish news with nn "If In
It nt times during the session.
One feature was tho claim that the
lUods mlshi rvilj2i tl.e ln- il'tn-n ure
on lowlands if th plant had bei,iin to
grow. Another was that thvs twi or
threo cold spells over Texas nnd Okla
homa the last few days may have done
some Injury to tha pl.int. Strength was
shown nt Minneapolis when the May
price went to Sfic. This encouraged sopw
buying in Chicago and Omuha. Tho mar
ket appears to be without any decided i
tendency at tho present, a little over
selling one day followed by a good rally
the next. Cash wheat was unchanged.
There Is a tired feeling In tho specula
tive trade In corn futures. Two or three
times yesterday tho May price was ad
vanced close to 63Vo and July at one time
close to 64?c. Tho trade was extremely
dull at the time and tho market was
helped by the bull turn, In wheat. Tho
cash trade all over the country is par
alyzed by the floods, which prevent busi
ness with tho cast. Sentiment In tho
Chicago trade Is bearish, but there Is a
hesitation about pressing tho selling side
of the market because on each break of
any Importance bull leadership Is felt
and sellers aro obliged to cover w'th
losses. Cash corn was unchanged to Ho
Oats advanced about He yesterday.
Argentina shipments of oats for tho week
aro a llttlo over 2,000,000 bushels. Ship
ping sales In Chicago wore limited to
40,000 bushels. Cash oats were unchanged
to Ho lower.
Inspection reports for today:
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 5 cars in, 1 car
out. No. 3, 2 cars in, 1 car out. No. 3
spring, S ears out. No grade spring, 1
car In. No. 3 mixed, 1 car in.
CORN No. 2 yellow, 2 cars In, G cars
out. No. 3 yellow", 13 cars In, 10 cars out.
No. 4 yellow, 7 cars In. No. 3 whlto. 2
cars in, 18 cars ont. No'. 4 white, 1 car
in. No. 2, 9 cars out. No. 3, 15 cars in,
40 cam out. No. 4 4 cars In, 4 cars out.
No grade, 2 cars In.
OATS No. 3 white. 1 car out. Standard.
1 car In. No. 3 white, 19 cars In. It cars
out. No. 4 white, 11 cars In. No grade,
1 enr In.
Liverpool closed' with wheat HS!4d
higher and corn unchanged to V,d higher.
Primary wheat receipts were 519,000
bushels and shipments of 290,000 bushels
against receipts of 352,000 bushels and
shipments of 252,000 bushels Mast yeur.
Primary corn receipts wero 352,000 bush
els arid shipments of 274,000 ' bushots,
agulnst receipts ot 494,000 bushels and
shipments of 431,000 bushels last year.
Primary oat receipts were 640,000 bush
els and shipments of 399,000 bushels,
against receipts of 604,000 bushels nnd
shipments of 645,000 bushels last year.
wheat. Corn. Oats
ChicAgo V. 20
St. Iouls ....
Commodity. . . . Today
corn 42 75 47
Oats 29 30 JO
Wheat' '. 5 17 23
Corn 53 49 lin
Oats 17 3S 38
Omnliii cash I'rli'e.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, Sfc&S3tto; No. S
hard, 828S3c; No. 4 hard. 79&'!i2c; No. 3
spring, s0H$mUc; No. 4 spring. ;0W&
fOVic; No. 2 durum, S63$6Hc; No. 3 durum,
CORN No. 2 white, 4Sfcc; No. 3 white,
4sHj44c; No. 4 white. 47C?47Hc; No. 3
yellow, 48Ho; No. 3 yellow. 48ffT48Vic; No.
4 yellow. iVAfWKc; No, 2. 4$Ho; No. S,
47HW5U0; No. 4, 4647o.
OATS No. 2 white, 32K333c: standard.
S2V432Wc; No. 3 white, 31ii332c; No. 4
whlto, 31U(g31?ic. . . .
BARLEY Malting, 53SS0c; No. 1 feed,
RYE No. 2, ESc; No. 3. 54V4c.
The following cash sales were reported
WHEAT No. 2 hard, winter: 1 car,
S3Uc. No. 3 hard, winter: 2 cars. 83c. No.
4 hard, winter: 1 car. 82c. No. 3 mixed:
1 car, 83c; 1 car, 82Vtc.
RYE No, 2: 1 car, 55c.
CORN No. 3 white: 7 cars, 4$4c; 1 car.
48Uc. No. 4 white: 1 car, 47V4C. No. 2
yellow: 1 car, Hc. No. 3 yellow: 2
cars, 484c; t earn, 4Sc. No. 4 yellow: 2
cars. 47mc; 2 cars, 47Wc. No. 3 mixed:
2 cars, 48Uc; 1 car, 47ic; 3 cars. 47Hc
No. 4 mixed: 1 car, 47c; 2 cars, 46Hc.
OATS No. 3 white: 2 cars, S2c; 8 cars.
31?ic No. 1 white: 3 cars, 31c; 1 car.
31ttc; 1 car, 3IHc.
St. Lonls General Market.
ST. LOUIS, March 29. WHKAT-Cash,
No. 2 red, $1.07; No. 2 hard, 90992c
CORN-No. 2, 63VMI54C; No. 2 -vhlte, o4it
eOATS-No. 2. 33c. No. 2 white. SiHe.
RYE Unchanged, at COc.
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT May, 89S-; July.
CORN May. 52H'B52Hc; July. jJIc
OATS May. 324c; July, 33c.
FLOUR Weaker; red winter patents,
S4.G5Ci6.05; extra fancy and t"dght.
$4OOfil.50; hard winter clears. JS.lSftJ.W
HEED Timothy, $10.00.
BRAN Weak, sacked, cast true!..
HAY.-Ktrong; timothy. $14.00&1S.OO;
KK'Nrk, higher; Jobbii,
ilix. Dry salt meats, unohanged; boxod
extfi shorts, 11c; clear ribs. 11c; short
clears W "aeon, unchanged; boxed
extra shorls, 12c; clear ribs, 12c; shoit
01 TOULTRY - Strong: PMlcKen. He;
prinKi. Ittic; turkeys. 20c; ducks, lie,
8 BUTTER-Firm; creamery. S&Gtf.Hc
BOOS-Flrmer. at 1oepU shlm9Ill,
Flour, bbls .MK
w h ""
K a nuns City Grain anil Provision.
KANSAS CITY. March 29. WHEAT
Cash; No. 2 hard. SBHOSSc; No. . 8587c;
No 2 red, $1.011.M: No. 3. 91cff$1.03.
CORN-No. 2 mixed, 62c;- No. 3. 62H4c;
No 2 white. 52c; No. 3. S0H?1C
OATS No. Z white. 36636c; No. 2 mixed.
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT May. 84iceHc; July, ssn
CORN May, 51ic; July. MHOMKc.
OATS May. S4Vti4W5.
BUTTER Creamery, Jto; firsts. 32o;
secondx. w. packing stoak; S4c
HOGS Firsts, 16Ho; seconds, 15Q13c.
POULTRY Hens, 15Hc; roosters, 9c;
ducks. 14c. Sh,pment.
urt.o l,n 21.000 44.000
Corn, bu 10.000 22.UM
Oats, bu 8.0U0 4.UW
31 1 linen poll Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Maroh 29.-WHKAT-May.
sSMJS&He; July, 7V. September.
WsUc Cash No 1 hard, S7-; No. 1
northern. WAr , .no, t norinern, wa
M'r. No, 2 hard Montana. kV4c; No 3,
1 CORN No. 3 rc low WHVtc
I OAT? NoTa wht" 30l21
I iitYJ. No r ''tiAv
I BILVN-In lW-pound sacks, $10 Jwti. m,
flllt Vti (iltAIN M IMU
Frnturi-K of the TrmlliiK tiosln
I'rlcr on llimril of 'I'rnilc. I
CHICAGO. March 2 -Favorable
weather and reports of the excellent
condition or wheal crops in me wiiun
belt offset today higher cables nnd fears
that damage to the crop In the Ohio and
Indiana flood district would bi great.
Tho effect was to mnUo the range of
prices narrow. The market closed steady,
ic lower to 'dc higher. Corn finished
with n net cnln of 1-I6C to Uc. oats with
a similar net advance and provisions a !
shade lower to 7'ic higher.
Reports that flood damage to growing
wheat In Ohio. Indiana, Illinois and Ken
tucky would be at least 15 per cent caused
a good demand at the beginning ot the
day nnd the mnrket opened strong and
active, but under ready selling soon
eased off. Advices that crop conditions
In Kansas were never better also helped
to check tho bullish tendency as am an-
'orth western road
hp.l rnfiisi.il further shipments of wheat
for Duluth for tho presvnt as nil available
storage room the.ro huf been taken up.
Later reports from the flood country
aided In keeping the price advance in
check, It being held bj some Investiga
tors the damage to wheat was confined
to narrow strips and was more than
counterbalanced hy tho benefit from
moisture on the uplands
1'rlnuirv receipts of wheat were R49,iOO
bushels against 352,000 bushels last year.
Statistics on senboaid clearances of wheat
and flour were not completed.
Business In corn today was confined
Inrgely to local dealers. Though the tone
was dull, light shipments kept prices
firm. Buying of oats by elevator Inter
ests was tho fonture of trading In that
After a firmer feeling In proslslons,
owing to a light hog run, prices cased off
on a lltle liquidation
"Artlolei Opeil.l High. I Low. Clos. Yes v.
Sept. I 89 I
. 1 . .l
20 60 1 30 37S
20 35 20 2u
20 (mil 19 95
20 50 I 30 MM
20 ."0 I 20 SO
ll 05 I it 07HI ii tnu
10 D2V4 10 WHI .'0 Vi
10 82 10 92W
11 25 H 11 VSd
17W 11 22V4 11 20
10 82W 10 'JO 10 K
10 76 I 10 72 Wl
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red,
$1,024(1.07; No. 3 red, 95i9Sc; No. 2 hard,
9:UU92q; No. 3 hard, 8S4j91u; No. 1 north
ern, 891i90V4c: No. 2 northern, S8Jj9o;
No. 3 northern, 833J87o; No. 2 spring, 87
8Rc; No. 3 spring. 8SS87C; No. 4 spring,
763t; velvet chaff, 83fl89V4c; durum, 87
tf96c. Corn- No. 2, 62W52Hc;, No. 2 white,
ItfViWe; No. 3 yellow. 52V4UC3c: No. 3.
60HJj63Kc; No. 3 white, 52Hc; No. 3 yel
low, 5l62i.c; No. 4, 49H50Vio; No. 4
yellow, 4aV63c. Oats: No. 2 white, 34i$
35c; No. 3 white, 32Wft33o; No. 4 white.
3132'4c; standard, 34 Vic Rye: No. 2, 60c.
Barley. 46fi6Sc. Timothy, $2.rVff3.50.' Clover,
12.O(018.OO. Pork. $20.45. Lard, $11.12V4.
BUTTER Firmer; creameries, 28ff3V4c.
EGG8.-Hlgher; receipts. 19,533 cases; at
mark, cases Included, 16017V4c; ordinary
firsts. 16Uifl6c; firsts, 17'.4c
POTATOES Steady; receipts, 50 cars;
Michigan. 455!4Se; Minnesota, 431T45c; Wis
I'OULTRY' Steady; turkeys, dressed,
18c; chickens, nllve, 18c; springs, alive,
Plitliiilelphln Produce Mnrket.
PHILADELPHIA. March 29. BUTTER
Eaas Market lower; Pennsylvania
and other nearby firsts, free cases.
$3.50 per -case; Pennsylvania and
case; western current receipts, ffeo
cases, J6.K per case.
CHEESE Market quiet, unchanged..
PEORIA. 111., March 29 CORN No. 2
White, 62c; No. 3 yellow, SIVic; No. 4 yel
low, 50Hc; No. 3 mixed, SlVic; No. 4
OATS No. 2 white, 34V4o; standard,
33Vio; No. 3 white, 32c; No. 4 whlto.
ST. LOUIS. March 29. COTTON-Oulet:
middling. 1214c; no sales; receipts, 1.081-
bales; smpments, uaies; stocx,
NEW YORK. March 29. Tho feature
In the cotton market today was covering
bv be ated March shorts. Which option
closed 27 points higher. Other positions
advanced In sympathy and an a result of
continued flood apprehensions, ana cioseu
steady, net 4 to s points gain.
NEW YORK, March 29.-COTTON-Futurcs
closed steady. Closing bids:
March. 12.75c; April. 12.25c; May, 12!l5c:
June. I2.07c; July, 12.05c; August, 11,06a;
September, 11.67c; October. H.62e Decem
ber. 11.64c: January. 11.60c. Soot closed
quiet; middling uplands, 12.90c; middling
guir, is.ibc; snies, none.
NEW YORK, March 29.-COFFBK-Coffee
futures advanced 11Q12 points In
response to higher European cables and
reports of continued steadiness In Jlraiil.
March. 11.64c. May, 11.82c; July, i2.02o;
Septmber, 12.23c; December. U.24c. Spot
coffee, steady and unchanged. Havre,
Vifftl f. higher. Hamburg, unchanged to
U pfg- higher. Rio, 150 rets Tower ut
C$876. Santos, unchanged.
llTniiornteU Apple" n.ul Dried Fruits
NEW YORK. March 29,-EVAPOR-ATED
APPLES Dulls choice. 6f6Vio;
DRIED FRUITfi'-Prunss steady; apri
cots and peaches quiet; raisins dull nnd
NEW YORK. March 29. M ETA L M ar
kets dull and practically nominal, un
changed. Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS. March 29. WOOI-Market
steady; medium grades, combing and
clothing, 23Wii26c; light, fine, IWlo;
heavy, fine. lJfil&e; tub washed, 27ff36e.
t w "
Dry Good Market.
NEW YORK. March 29.-DRY GOOD8
Markcts In the primary division arc quiet
with prices holding generally steady.
Cotton goods are quint and silks con
tinue In good demand nnd light supply
owing In part to delnys caused by strikes.
Yarns are quiet.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. March 29. WHEAT
Spot, steady; No. 2 Manitoba, 7s GVid; No.
3 Manitoba, 7s 4d; futures, firm; March,
Ts7Tid; May, 7s 4d; July. 7h 2d.
CORN Spot, steady; American mixed,
new, 4s 10Hd; Amerlcun mixed old, ;
American mixed, old. via Galveston, in
Md; futures hteady; March American
mixed, 4s lOUd; July I .a Plata. 6s id.
Kansas City Llv- Ktork .Market.
KANSAS CITY, Maroh 38 CATTLE
Receipts, COO hand, no southerns; market
steady; dressed beef nnd export terM,
$8.1543(8.90: fair to pood,. $7.6otf8.10; wet
orn steers, $7.25428.45; stockers and feed
ers, $.60i(8.36', southern steers. $.504j8.7l:
southern cows, $4.(m7,f); natlvn oows,
t4.Wi7.76; native heifers. $6.2U6.2S; bulls,
$8.U0i7.2u, calvwi, $6.509.76.
HUGH Receipts. l.oiX) head; market
strong; bulk, $3.9039 00; heavy, $S.V0t.;
paekers and butchers, $8.90.00; light.
.96f).00; pigs, $7 758.36
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none;
market steady; Colorado lambs, v8.30tf.W;
yearlings. $.764J760; wethers. $6.7.w;
ewes, $6.004j6.76; stookers and feeders,
l, Jnaepli Live Mtouk Market.
ST JOSEPH. Mo.. March . CATTLE
itftilDts. Vi head, market itniiv
. steers, 17 nd heifers, $4 jC
60 aives, ta-vrg-t uu.
I IUKJH Receipts 300 head mat ket
,stfad .01 r bulk. $8 SOflO.OO
1 fill I V AND IAMBS- No sheep oq
I ut- lambs nomfnal, 1UWM. '
: OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET i
Cattle for the Week Fifteen to aj
Quarter Lower, i
LIGHT HOOS UTnHP.R FOR WEEK
Shrri Dei-llnr I'nllj Flftrcn to tonr- j
ter DitrliiK the WVrU l.nmli '
lnnrter to Tlilrt -l-'H r j
Cents l.nnrr, !
SOl'TH OMAHA. March V9. 1913.
Itriltitu ........ Cl,'i
Offlolol Monday 4.063 4.107 !.Wl
Official Tuesday 3,1 11.435 7.SS0
Offhlul Wednesday .. J.M6I 12,154 4,lb5
i oursuay s.joi u,.ti
uiiici.n Frldav 1,101 9.K96 l.w
Estimate Saturday .. 150 8.W
Six days this week ..1,64
Same days last week. 15.11
Same days wks ago. 19.670
Same days 3 wks ugo.lS.lM
Same days 4 wks ago. 19.671
Same days last vrni'.21.!S
The fnllowimr Inhli. ihrms tlin rei'ellits
of cattle, hogs nnd sheep at South omuhs
for the year to date, as compared with
Inst year: 1913. 1912. Dec.
Cattle 233.377 X4.450 23.07.1
Hogs 763.527 973.813 2.X).3I
Sheep 661.839 5J!.153 6.3M
Tho following table shows the range ot
prices for hogs at South Omaha for tho
last few days, with eomparlvons:
191'4. 1 191 1 1 1910. 19,0 . lt. 1 19J7
6 651 110 611 6 41
4 631 6 4J
6 Si! 6 36 I h 44 4
7 101 6 4.1 10 531 I 4 73
1 7 00) 6 4710 49 6 69)
b 'JSI t ., U till l) bb
' R ii 1ft 6.1 ll Ml i 1
7 01 6 35l0 65 58 4 S9 6 OS
W I 8 M,
I'll iio nil in "ll " '.1
17. X Vfi
7 37 6 3'
6 721 7 221 11
I 6 50! 6 2
6 6.8) 6 31
Mnr. IX. I 8 84
7 48, 6 42 10 70
Mar. 2. S 86i
7 66 6 32 10 71
ItecelptB und disposition of live stoik
at the Union slock yards, South Omahu.
Nnll.. flit tlVMIilU.fiinr kntir. Mtirllnr. at 1
('til llftffa ll'r K
. nc ai. k .
Wabash R. It.
Missouri Pacific Hy
Union Pacific R. It
C. & N. W. Ry east...
C. & N. W. Hy.. west...
C, St. P. M. & O. Hy...
C, H. & Q.. west
C. It. I. & P., east
C.. R. I. ,t P., west
Chicago Great Western.,
Total receipts 3
Morris & Co
Swift & Co
Cudahy Packing company.
Armour & Co
Schwartz A Co
J. W. Murphy
CATTLE Thoro were no cnttle of any
consequenco In the yards this morning
and the total for tho week foots up only
15,351 head, being slightly smaller than
last week and tho smallest of any week
foi several months back, as well as
smaller than a year ago. At tho samt
time receipts havo been plenty large
enough to supply the demand. The high
water In the east cutting off rallroau
communication has made It very diffi
cult for packers to forward meat pro
duets and still ihore difficult for east
ern packing houses to ship live cattle.
As a result of this tho msrkt on
ull kinds or cattle has experienced n
sharp decline during the week, notwith
standing the light receipts.
At tho close of tho week heavy beef
steers aro right around 25c lower, with
the lighter weights around 15tl&0o lower
Cows and heifers, and In fact all kinds
of butcher took shows about the saint
decline, being generally 15tf26a lower thun
a week ago.
Stock cattln nntl foodirs havo not es
caped, but have suffered In about tht,
same proportion as klllerit.
Fir.od conditions in the cast aro sun
very bad and It would bo a wlro policy
for cattlemont to ship Very lightly until
tho eastern railroads ate In condition to
du business. Nothing can bo gained by
shipping by this market, as all markets
of the country' are, ns a matter ot
course, suffering from the same cause,
Quotations on uaiue:. Good to cholcs
beef steers,- $.S0&8.75; fair to good beef
steors, $1,1008.30; common to fair beef
steers, $7.6048. 10; good to choice heifers,
$7.JS8.16; good to choice cows, $8.8007.651
fair to good grades, $G.0ufi6.SO; oommon to
fair grades, $4,044(6.00; good to choice
stockers and feeders, $7.6036.49; fair to
good stockera and feeders, $6.IOfjft.60;
common to fair Blockers and feeders. $6.26
U6.60; stock cows and heifers. $6,0027.2$;
veal calves, $6.6009.50; bulls, stags, etc,,
Av. rr. No. a. rr.
.13(0 I 00
.110 I M
HOQS Receipts were rather liberal this
morning, but advices from other markets
weru of an encouraging nature and me
feeling at the local yarda wan better
irom tho outset. Shippers and speculators
apparently hud good slxed orders and
they started out buying light und butchor
weight hogs at prices that were any
where from strong to 6c higher. Pac
eis seemed equully eager for anything
on the light order, but mixed and heavy
hogs wero in very poor demand and prlcus
for this class of stuff were at no tllnu
better than steady. Towurds the close
prices on all grades weakened and
droppad back Into about the same notches
as ypHterduy, with the heavy offering
possibly a little tower than at yesterday's
best time. From start to finish buyers
discriminated ugalnst tho heavies upd
only bought these grades under protest.
Bulk of the hogs sold at $8.80178.90, with
good lights up us high as $8.95. Tim
movement early was fairly active, but It
eascdwoff on the close and It was well
alohg Howards noon before the last hogs
were disposed of.
The market has been rather uneven all
week and not much change has been
noted In either direction. Heavies havo
just about held their own all week, while
lights are from 60 to, In tho case of
toppy stuff, as much os a dime higher
than at the close of last week. On tho
whole, values uru a scant nickel highor
than last Saturday. Since tho storms of
the first of the week the demund has
been slacked off. Owing to the fact that
r.onu of the eustern roads are maintain
ing a service up to the averuse and
some of them are almost entirely out ol
commission, packers are not tuklng on
any surplus supplj, and the demand for
live stock has suffered accordingly
Today's supply amounted to about 11;
cars, or 8.000 head, carrying the week'f
total up to 69,618. This Is over 13,000 largut
than last week, 4,000 heavlor than two
weeks ngo and almost 6,000 more than
were received during the corresponding
week last year.
At. ha, Pr.
10 a 171,
so 1 t;ij
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JJJ 40 I 0
:m 160 W
17 1 sis
i 91 I lilt.
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40 I U
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4 IM I 7H
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... 6 to
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44 I K
40 I U
... 1 to
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m it m
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... 8 I
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IH . t 44
HIIKEP There wole
no new arrivals i
tixlny. therefore th trade remain nom-
limlly steady nlth iTlday.
The week-end finds vulms In general
on a sharply lorr basis wltli lambs and
wethers suffering the most decline. The
bulk of the decent killing Istnsb are now
selling at a ratiKe or $S.10tf.5o. as ngaln't
$8 40fi8.75 nt the close of IhsI wrek or
largely 2RctfSSc lower than a Week ago. As
usual of lute thr most Inqulrj has been
for the lighter grades of good quality,
though owing to n relative scarcity of
such kind, the heavier ones sold to a
good advantage on some dnys The lamb
market was well supported by feeder
buyeis, who bought n larger percent
age of the offerings than usual both on
shearing and finishing account Strictly
feeding lambs Aro bringing prices around
$7 5off8tVt, while herrs are moving
mnstl at JS.O0fl8.15. both classeo being
generally tcgarded as about steady with
I h week ago.
Fat ewes and wethers nre closing l&frVSc
lower, wethers showing most of the de-
, dine. As a matter nf fact tho pmpot-
i tlon of uged sheep und yearlings In the
lotHl receipt has been verv small, es
pecially towards the dose of the week
I and it Is thought bv a good)v numb.'r of
iiutiris anything uae a normui kuppii
had shown up. values would have ex
perienced a greater reduction. Few-, If
any yearlings at all, were Included In
the week's offntlngs, hut they In symiv
thv with lambs would have shown a
similar slump In values.
It might he added that because of in--ent
snow storms, tornado and flood
and fc i'uns(-iieut rutting off of tralflc
on many of the rnllvomls, rspei hilly on
tho eastern lliifs. unnatursl condition"
havo prevailed all the week. For thai
reason tho demand has been greatly re
stricted and not much of any Improve
ment Is expected until traffic bus beou
The wtk's rerelpls have been light, the
estimates calling for 29.500 head ok
RgulUNt 9.100 head two weeks ugo and
57,900 head during tho corresponding time
ono year ago.
Quotations on Sheep and Itinbs Oood
to choice Mexican lambs, $8.25118.60; tali
to good Mexican lambs, $3.00t?8.25, gooa
to choice western lambs. $8.0008.35; fall
to good wostrrn lambs, $.!i$ft8.00, feedei
lAtnbs. $7.66fiS.2!); yearlings, light. $7.35V
7.50, yeHrlliigs. heavy, $R.5tI'7.50; wethers,
fair to good, $8.00fjtl.35. ewes, good to
choice, $6.00114. S5, we, fair to good, $5.7t
WM. culls and bucks. JJ.751I4.O0.
CHICAGO I.IVi; STOCK MAItKET
t attle I'lM'linnurd, llu lllnlier mill
CHICAGO. March 29. - CATTLE Re
celpts, 200 head; market slow and un
changed, veal calves, 2Mf60c lower;
beeves, $7.1039.10; Texas steers, $6,608)
7.70; western steers, $G.RMi8.20; stockers
nnd feeders, $6.IO8.10; rows and heifers,
$3.6007.90: calves, $8.X7r9.00.
HOOS-rteeelpts, 13,000 head; market &81
10c higher, closed weak; bulk of sales,
$9.204i9.35, light, $9.0&Ii9.4J, mixed. $9.M
9.45; heavy. $8.7M9.35; rough. $8.75118.91);
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Rccelpts. 2.600
head; market steady to strong; native,
$5.90djS.70i westom. $!.00fl6.70; yearlings,
$6,854(7.86; lambs, native, $6.9038.65; W08t
.St. !, tils Live Stock .Mnrkrt.
HT LOUIS, March 29. -CATTLE Re
ceipts, 200 head; mnrket steady; choice
to fine steers, J8.fiOUH.10; good to choice
steers, $7.60j6.CiO; dressed beef and
butcher steers $5.73ft7.6fl; stockera and
feeders, $5.2Ttf8.00; cows and helftirs, $o.50
(SiS.HO; canners, $4. R0flfl.60; fancy cows,
$6.50117.50: hulls, S5.00tf7.M; calves. $U.00
11.50; southern steers, $.25Jf8.M; cows ami
HOGS Receipts, .1,200 head; market
Heady; pigs and lights, $7.009.30; mixed
nnd butchers, $9.10(0.30; good heavy,
Mloax City Live Stock .Market.
SIOUX CITY, March 29.-CATTLE-RC-ceiptH,
r.flO head. Market steady; wmw'
teen. $7.608.76.. cows and lumaia, $5.rt
7.75; can., rs. $3.2WT6.00; stockers and
feeders, $7.UlJf8,00; calves, $.76ft7.CO; bulls,
HOGS-Rccelpts. 4.80O head. Market 6n
higher; heavy. $8.758.80; mixed, $8.$0W
8.85; light. $8.K68.00; pigs, $7.2Eff7.75; bulk
of sains. JS.60iiS.S5.
SHEEP AND lAMBS-No receipts.
Htock In Sight.
Receipts of llvo stock at tho six prln,
clpnl western markets yesterday:
St, Joseph ....
KunssH City .
Totnls 5,452 28,007 11,721
ROYAL NEIGHBOR CAMPS
TO HOLD CLASS ADOPTION
Tim members of Iilly camp No. 1 nnd
Evergreen camp No. 6197 have been get
ting new members since January 1, when
their campaign started. April 1 they will
hold their class adoption with a class of
160 or morn. Class adoption will be hold
Tuesday aftornoon at Modern Woodmen
of America hall In Mcrriam block, be
ginning nt 2 o'clock, l.lly camp degiee
team will exemplify the Initiatory work.
A reception will be held Tuesday after
noon at the hall In the Merrlam block
between 4 and C o'clock In honor of the
charter members, Ten of them will in
! present. Tho Itoyal Neighbors of
America was organized In Council UluflB
July 3, 1890. Charter members were;
Mrs. Mllian Huff (loehrtug, Mm. Nate
Williams, Mrs. Sallie Hunuessy, Mrs. E.
K. Adams, Mrs, M. Li. Klrklaud. Mrs.
Jennlo lngrahnm, Mrs, I,. K. Ilrldnnsteln,
Mrs E. 1,. Belknap, Mrs. N. J. Swau.ion,
Miss Florence Wood. Mrs 8. II. Gilbert,
Mrs. J. U. Smith. Mrs; (J. W. Fauble,
Mrs. M. 15. Weiitherbee. Mrs. Maggie
Kelly, Mrs. Minnie Pfleffer, Mrs. J. H.
Ward, Mrs. C. H. Warren. Mrs. C. It.
Murtln, Mri. J. It. Carrothera.
Incorporated as a beneficiary order
March 21,' 1S9.1, with 1.W0 beneficiary
membeis In tho stain of Illinois. March
t, 1913, the order had 234,812 beneficiary
members nnd tiJ.lfcO soclnl members; total.
In the evening thero will be a fancy
drill by Evergreou camp 6197, a short
program and remarks; wolcomo address
by Mrs I'. H. Wind; Mrs. Myra Enrlght,
supremo oracle; Mrs. E. I). Watt, past
supreme oracle; Dr. Susan McQ. Snyder,
supreme physician; Mrs. Irons tlently,
statu supervising deputy; Mrs. Josephine
Stonoslfcr, district deputy. A silk banner
presented by Supreme Physician Or
Susun MrCJ. Snyder, will be presented to
ths camp securing must beneficiary
members during the campaign. All Royal
Neighbors are Invited to attend afternoon
and evening sessions,
Ileal Estate frunsfrrs.
The following real estate transfers were
reported to The Use Saturday by the Pot
tawuttamle County Abstract company;
J. T. Shumau and wife to Henry
E Orr and Hollenbeok Uros. Co.,
lot fl, tn block 11, town of Ma.
Clelland. w. d ,, $ 150
Mary U Everett, widow, to Kathrlna
Knecht, lot 3, In blook 20, llayllss
fe I'ulnur's addition to Council
JJIuffs. w. d 800
A. Perkins to Nellie Perkins, his
wife, lot 10. In block 4, Twin City
Place addition to Council Ulutfs,
w d 1
Emma M. Palmer, single, to trustees
of Salem church of the Evangelical
association. nely 10 ft. ot lot 2 of
lot 1US of the Original Plat of Coun
cil UluffB. w d
Total, four transfers
Persistent Advertising Is tia Road to
COUNCIL APPROPRIATES CASH
Members Adopt Ordinance Providing
for Raise of $10,000.
FEW ARE GIVEN INCREASES
Fire Chief' .snlnry Ailrnnec-d rnil
Lift Also Given City Auditor,
Who MII Mn, nf Mnrk for i
Through the ngcncj of personal service
by n police officer that 110 excuso would
be accepted for absenteeism, the third
attempt during the week to secure a
(ilium tn for the mojt Important meeting of
the city council for tho year Way held
last night. The meeting wns called solely
to adopt the annual appropriation ordi
nance Failure to hav. rtono this would
have leit nil of the city departments In
a finaiu-lHl tangle that would have been
difficult to straighten out. ,
Tho total appropriation was $101,000,
which l $16,000 more than was used two
years ngo and nearly $10,000 more than
last ytnr. Tho anticipated rcvenuo Is
Increase of salaries cut little or no
flguie In tho Increuso ot expenses. The.
pay or Kim Chlof Nicholson was raised
1 1 inn $110 to $125 a month, although the
thief has announced his intention to re
tire this yeai on a llfu pension of on
half of his salary. The sum of $600 was
provided for the pay of additional help
In the office of City Auditor McAneney,
the hardest worked nnd poorest paid cm
ployo of the city.
Thore was an Increase of $3,000 In tho
fire deimrtment and $1,009 In tho police
iltpurtmrr.t, with a .leftalt of $1,000 to be
taken caro of this year In the fire de
partment, while there was $2,000 the pre
What U Provided.
The Inm-ufe was thus necessary to
meet this ' deficit. Tho ordlna'nco as
finally passed provides the following
Salaries In exccutlvo department.
Streets and alleys
Printing and supplies l.Htt
City hall , l.two
First avenue extension..
Vine street extension
Thero were slight Increases In a num
ber of the departments, Including the
city pound, and nearly $4,000 hud to
provided to tuko care of tho payment's
for the Vine street and First avenue ex
tensions, Tho council spent somo time .it purely
routine buslnes-s, but tho grcatar rrt it
tho lyng session wub devoted to Iho Utsi
uusslon of tho financial problem.
Big Car Owned by
J, 0, Root of Omaha
The olc Omahu uutomobllo that crash d
into. tio rear. ofa. HeUt buggy In which
were riding James
Wilson ut Hroudwi
street lato Friday ,
llig the Morse anl
men, was discovert 'yesterday to
to J. C. Hoot, head of the Woodr
tho World. Mr. Itoot camo over yc
day looking for his car. He said
directed his chauffeur, rioy Joy.
bring tho cur to the house at
ociock friuay evening, xna rcnow ci
dently look tho car to numerous salooil
and worked hard to Improve tho tlull
before S o'clock closing timo "um
nnd Instead of gutting tho car to tr
Ttoot homo ut 8 o'clock, got glbrloaslyl
drunk. Then he took a Joy rldo with a '
lot of ncw-foUnil friends, selecting Coun
cil Illuffs as a safer place for speedlug
than Omaha. Former Motorcycle Officer
Mahoney was the only other of tho loy
riders who has been identified. Ma.
honey, however, stoutly denies that ho
wun In the car, nnd would probably havo
been able to prove an ullbl It the driver
had not conceived tho artless Idea ot re
turning to the wrecked vehicle after ha
had driven two miles away, and stopped
to makn somo Innocent Imiulrles. He
overlooked the fact that tho whole front
end of tho car wan damaged and Miat
thoso who had seen the accident Had
taken the car number.
Joy did not return to Omahu at all
after the Hinashup, but left tho damaged
car In a garago here. Mr. Hoot and thu
police failed to locate It Until late In the
afternoon, und by that tlmo It was tn U
up by an uttachment writ secured by
Wilson and Griffin to Insure payment of
their damage claims. -
gives boxing benefit
Hreedlovc's lotvu Athletic club will glv
a benefit for the tornado sufferers at
tin. Council muffs auditorium Tuesday
cvontng. April 1. All the proceeds wll!
be donated to tho tornado sufferers' re
yultu a program in wrestling and box
lug will bo pulled off, which will' be- thi
biggest ovent of Its kind this winter. N
less than six wrestling nnd two boxing
matches will bo staged by well known
Iowa and Nebraska talent.
The main bout on the card In wrestling
will bo between Vernon Hreedlove, tilt
champion bantam weight wrestler of th
world, and Churlos Emarlne, the light
weight champion wrestler of Iowa. Both
ot thero men aro well known mat artists.
Following this event, Don Deyo will
bo matched against Frank Wlthrowj Gor
don Fauble und Goodwin Pill will follow
Idist Friday night Gordon Fauble won
his match from Clifford Deyo In two
straight falls, tho first In twenty.two
and tho second In three minutes. Carl
Wlthrow will meet B. G. Walker again
and will try to retrieve tho defeat which
Walker put over on him when he threw
him In two straight falls last Friday
evening, In eight and eleven minutes re
ipectlvely. Raymond Smith, who lost his
$50 match to noyul MUlor ot Crescent
(la.) tho same evening, when he went
down to defeat in two straight falls, the
first fall In thirty-two and the Becond In
twenty minutes, will meet Fred Ouder
kirk, both ot equal weight.
The Coffman brothors, twins, and six
years old, will box four rounds.
Tho main boxing bout will be pulled
off between Carl Martin, champion of
Iowa, and John Lain, light weight cham
pion of Nebraska, which will go for fqur
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