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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1913.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits CMt
off clothing: In fact, anything you do not
need, Wo collect, repair and sell at 131
N. llth St. for tost of collection, to the
worthy poor. Phone Douglas 41 and
wagon t 111 call.
MASSARF, Swedish movement. 418
iil-tVOOVUiLi nM U(JE Douglas 4372.
63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
. Bexten pharmacy, 12th and Dodge.
MANICURING; face, scalp and mag
nototreatmjsnt. Miss Debar, 204 8. 19th.
MASSAGE MRS, RITTBNHOUSB. SOS
BoitonStorc. Eve, and Sun, appoint'.
Maaaaxe. Mrs. Steele. 1807 Far nam, 3d fl.
YOUNO women coming to Omaha aa
tranters are Invited to visit the Young
Women'a Christian association building
at 17th and St. Marys Av where ther
will be directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Look for
our travelers' aid at the Union station.
M A fJNF.TTf! treatment. E. BrotC
iHJlttiXJliXXtj w& vinton. D-7S95.
MASSAGE, salt glow. Mmc. Allen of
Chicago. 109 8. 17th St. Douglas 7605.
INVALIDS NEED PENSIONS.
1,067 subscriptions to the L. H. Journal
Jl.W; 8. E. Post. $1.(0. and Country Gen
tlemt.n, 11.50. will earn 11,000 for the In
valids' Pension Ass'n. which will Insure,
myself and fifteen other sufferers $10 a
Must have 2(17 In April. Your renewat
worth 60 cents, DON'T WITHOLD IT.
Phone Douglas 7163, Omaha Neb.
GORDON, THE MAGAZINE MAN.
GET I. E. Lovelov to rarjalr vour sew
lng machine. 2302 No. 21st SL Web. 60.
90S Bos. Str. Eve. and Sun. appolnt's.
WANTED TO BUY.
Dolgoff 2d hand store pays highest prices
lor furniture, clothes, shoes, web. 1807.
WOULD like to buy a five or six-room
house to be moved on a lot. One In the
neighborhood of 24th and Clark preferred.
Telephone Red 4i.
BEST prices for furniture. Call D, 7S0Z
D. 8055. Quick buyers of furniture.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
J109 to $10,000 made .promptly. F. D,
Wead, Wead Bldg., ISfh and Far nam.
WANjTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
LOANS on farms and Improved city
property, 5, SM and 6 per cent;" no' delay.
J. II. Dumont & Co., 1603 Farnam St. .
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St.
GARVIN BROS-o fffi.'jSUg
MONEY To loan on business or resi
dence properties, 11,000 to $500,000.
W. H THOMAS. 228 State Bank Bldg,
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1016 Omaha National. Douglaa 2718.
HARRISON & MORTON. SIS Om. Nat.
LARGE loans our specialty. Btull Bros
PITT ml Vfl T1mU.r?rlhrr ("u..
0 310.315 nronitnl. ThMtr Bldr.
MONEY on hand at lowest rates, for
loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha
city property In any amounts.
H. W. BINDER,
S23 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E.
Half section and 80 acres; south central
Nebraska; fair Improvements. Price
$16,000. Want to trade this for town prop
erty. No. agents. Address me to Post
office Box No. 633. Omaha, Neb
CAN "WRECK CITY PROPERTY,
but they can't wreck land. We have land
for city property.
PALMER LAND CO.,
HQS W. O. W. Bldg.. Omaha.
HAVE good farms to exchange for resi
dence and income property. Owners see
us. J. A. Olson, 501 City National Bank
TRAtJE If you can't sell. W. S. Frank,
1023 City Nat. Bank.
THREE double 6-room, modern flats;
fine condlt!6n;" all rented; Walking dis
tance. Good residence lot on one or a
small farm for V.100 equity in the' thro
240-acre stock farm . ten miles from
South Omaha. Splqndld land, good fences,
large barn, seed -yard, scales, etc Eighty
acres of alfalfa, and alt the land In a
high state of cultivation. I want a good
clear 80 within 60 miles of Omaha as first
payment, balance on time at 5 per cent
Sli-acro chicken ranch, four-room house
and outbuildings. What have you to
trade for $000 equity In this placeT
ED B GIBUS,
Wl S. 30th St. Phone Harney 1598.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE have a buyer for your house call
Osborne Realty Co. Phone Douglaa 1474.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
CITY I-KOPERTY FOR SALE.
$2,100 CASH. 6-room cottage and lot.
Particulars, Owner, 1790 46th Ave., San
TO BUY, SELL OR RENT. FIRST SEE
JOHN W. ROBBINS. 1802 FARNAM ST.
ON EASY TERMS
Will rake your
vacant lot as frt
payment, or will
build for you.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.. 61 Oma. Nat
4720 N. 31st Ave., extra fine, choice, f
room house, mod., oak finish, new; built
in bookcases. Lot 45x137 feet. $3,300. Go
out and gee it: owner will show.
D. V. SHOLES COMPANY.
W3 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. D. 43.
KOUNTZE PLACE BUNGALOW.
Something extra nice for $3,450. Terms.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
$50 CASH, 5 PER MONTH.
S-room, modern l)ouse, good repal".
itr..t niith frnnt. IjtrflTA MSltA
fees, desirable location, close In. A snap
Ci $2,650. Nine .more 6. , 7 ana s-roon
houses on similar terms. Call and see
photossg & M'KITRICK CO.,
432 Ramgo Bldg. P. 857. 15th and Harney
BEAUTIFUL new home, oak and birch
finish, beamed ceilings, etc, flreplaee,
ery up-to-date. $4,800.
GRANT, Doyg, &330. 3H Brandels Theater.
prVH ronms. STRICTLY MODERN.
hot w.'.ter heat, full basement, cemented.
ORANT, Doug. S3S0. 211 Brandels Theater.
120 acres, Dixon county. Neb., $90 per
ICO acres, 2U miles from Modale, la.,
food improvements, $120 per acre.
1D0 acres, 9 miles from Co. Bluffs, $90
per acre. . ....
180 acres, Freemont county, Iowa, $135
WESTERN REAL ESTATE CO..
413-14 Karbach Blk.. Omaha, Neb.
2328 South 32d Ave.
Owing to sickness owner must sell this
fine home; wants an offer at once. This
Is a very well built home with all modern
conveniences. 8 rooms, full east front
lot and good barn. Properly nas cosi
him $6,700. What will you glveT Arrange
with us to see this house at your earliest
Glover & Spain
129 22 City Nat Bank Bldg. Dourf. 2963.
GRAIN AHD,PRODUGE MARKET
Reports on Growing; Wheat Crop
C0EN OUTLOOK IS SUBSTANTIAL
Grain Men Bel I pre that Unless the
Country Offerings Greatly In
crease Dips In Market Will
Only Be Temporary.
OMAHA. April 1L 1911.
a general way wheat prices lost
about as much yesterday as they gained
wecinesaay. Tne reaction, rurtnermore.
from the high to low point for the ses
sion was about the same as the UDturn
in the market from the early dip to the
Dest figures Wednesday, snowstorms in
the northwest and fear of a late season
tor the spring crop was the chief bull
Influence on the advance to top prices
yesterday morning. The prospect of
clearing weather over the entire wheat
and com regions of the country brought
bearishness to all grain markets the last
hour of the session. Seldom has the
wheat trade had more favorable reports
on a big growing crop than were sent In
yesterday by practically all the experts
now going over the banner wheat sec
tions of Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and
Nebraska. One expert reported some
thin, uneven spots In northern Indiana
and Mlctllgan. The market was ad
vanced regardless of the favorable re
ports early In the session. Strong and
higher foreign markets helped buyers.
Northwest prices were up on account of
the storms in that quarter delaying field
work. The trade had a rumor of fifty
boatloads of Duluth wheat worked for
export at the seaboard. Later, it was
learned that sales of wheat In Chicago
for all rail shipment to seaboard houses
amounted to 160,000 bushels. Many Chi
cago shorts were forced to cover on the
early advance. Along In the session corn
bad a sharp break and the northwest
was promised better weather, but there
was something of a stampede of holders
In all wheat options. Traders noted a
firm tone and a tendency of price re
covery In the market at the close and
moat of them favor the buying side on
sharp depressions. Cash wheat was iQ1c
The early upturn In corn futures yes
terday was to 5SHc for the May and 67Ho
for July, practically the top figures of
Wednesday. Much of the reaction was
due to profit taking and a little natural
setback was In order after the bull opera
tions of a week. Prdspects of brighter
JTiff r i1?,rted ,tbe "- Grain men
believe that unless country offerings
(really Increase only temporary dips In
all markets need be expected for the
Power COn WM uncnan(ed t0
The action In the oats market yester-
?oryn Wrt.Jleht ,n 1,ne wlth "ht ana
8ome cnPlcuous buy
ing of May oats by a couple of specialists
during the morning. Cash, oats here In
Omaha were higher, a small advance
CnVh SL? n0Ud m the prfa market
Cash oats were unchanged to Mc lower?
CITY PROPERTY FOtt SALkT
ii JSn 3L8T AND FARNAM STS.
,ow imow home, C rooms and sleenlns
Porch oak finish, modern and up!
tS'nii ,n .ev.ery. way Terms ar
ranged or lot taken as first pay
i3,750- rooms, in good repair, all mod
ern, east front lot. paved street, on
?h.iJltar D?,u'a8. Terms or ex
change considered. Hero are two
good buys. Investigate them.
106 McCague Bldg. Doug. 1C53.
EIGHT-ROOM MODERN HOUSE
In Kountzo Place,
at 1815 Emmet street,
for only $300.00.
Room 44 Omaha Nat. Bank Building.
, Phone Douglas 1294.
NON-RESIDENT owner desires cash
offer for 100 feet south frontage' on
Dewey Ave., near 36th. Web. 1500
fcjOO cash, balance monthly. 2651 Mere
dith avenue, corner; both street paved
and parked; 3 bedroms and baUi: first
story finished In Flemish oak. Pralrlo
Park Co.. 609 Ware Block. Douglas m.
ACREAGE Wit BALIS.
For bargains In Florence property, fruit
farms and acreage, see C. L. Nethaway.
Florence. .Neb. Phone Florenoe 171.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
iIiE.Bll,A,b8t,;act?- 0,d,t attract of.
flee In Nebraska, 206 Brandels Theater.
FARM A RANCH LANDS Von SALE.
.JCAL,IFO,1?NiA, Iand excursions 1st and
3d Tues. W. T. Smith Co. 815 City Nat, Bk.
Persistent Advertising is the Road to
SIXTY THOUSAND acres Carey land
open to entry at Valter. Mont.; till"
annual payments; section famous for
5.ra,n,i.fr?Jie" vegetables, well adapted
diversified farming. For particulars write
Valler Farm Sales Co., Box 2, Valiir.
BfiD.fr fre llt'oY Minnesota farms.
$30 to $75 per acre. Minnesota. Land
Agency. Court Blk.. St. Paul. Minn.
Nebraska. ' '
.. , .uuu 'iiprvvcrneniSii 7-
room house, 1 chicken houses, barn, good
well: small fruit bearing. Address A. A
Kimball. Cushlng. Neb. -uuress a. a.
FREE 640-acro homestead, For com.
Plete map of land opned to entry Oct
T 1918. send $2 to A. J. Van Antwm
County Surveyor. Broken Bow. Neb.
FARM A RANCH LANDS FOR SALE.
There will be church, school and priest's
house built In this colony. The land will
cost from $25 to $35 per acre, Endortted
and recommended by Rt. Rev. Mrr
Granger and Bishop Joseph P. I.vnch. It
will grow cotton, corn, oats, sweet po
tatoes, vegetables of all kinds. Land is
one. two and three miles from shipping
point, eight miles from city of 16,000
people. For further Information write.
THE NELSON" COMPANY,
571 Brandels Bldg. D. 4046. Omaha
THE WALLA WALLA VALLEY,
Washington, presents at the present time
a most attractive field for the Investor
and homeseeker. This section has never
experienced a cyclone, hurricane, tornado
or flood. A diversified district, where
the small tract farmer does equally as
well as the Urge grain grower. Write
today for free Illustrated literature de
scribing fruit growing, gardening, dairy
lng and hog raising. The Commercial
Club. Walla Walla. Wash.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OP WEST
Hhip live stock to South Omaha, save
mileage and shrinkage. Your conslrn.
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Live Stock Commission Merchants.
BYER8 BROS. Co. Strong, reliable.
rr.lFTON Com. Co.. U Eirhinr. 111.'
MARTIN BROS. & CO., Exchange Bldgi
PR1NTINO DEPOT QUARTERMAS
ter's office. Omaha, Neb., March 14.
1913 Sealed proposals wllf be received
here until 11 a. m. April 16, 1913, for
printing required at headquarters 6th
nrirade. and Depot Quartermaster's of.
flee, this city, during the fiscal year com
mencing July i, wu. information fur
nished on application. John E. Baxter,
Depot Q. M. M15-17-lS-AU-U.il
Clearances Wheat and ilotir, 410,000
bu.. corn, 37,000 bu,, oats. 15,000 bu.
Liverpool close- WhcRt. d lower to
Wd higher; corn, HtTHd lower.
Primary wheat receipts were 412,000 bil,
and shipments 344,000 bu., against receipts
of 268,000 bu. and shipments of 275,000 tn.
Primary corn receipts were 340,000 bu
and shipments 777,000 bU., against reoetpts
of 298.000 bu. and shipments or 4X9,000 bu.
Primary oats receipts were (39,000 bu.
and shipments 400,000 bu., against receipts
of 328,000 bu, and shipments of 474,000 bu
The following cash sales were reported
WHEAT No. 3 hard winter, It cars,
SSHc. No. 3 hard winter, 3 cars, 84Hc. No.
1 I - .1 1 MAM C 1 1' A
CORN No. 3 white 1 enr, 63'4c; i cars,
63c. No. 4 white, 1 car, 62Uc; 1 car, 3114c
M ..-11.. m. maken i.n ' n 1
car. 6214c. No. 3 mixed, 1 car, F3c; 2 crfl.
63ttc; t car. 6Sttc; X car, 62c. No ffrade. 1
OATSU-Standard. 1 car. 83?ic No. 3
white. 8 cars, 33ic. No. 4 whlto, 1 car.
S3Hc; 2 cars, 3Sic; 4 cars, S3c.
RYE No. 4. M car, 63c.
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, S5S35Ws; No. i
hard. 84fr4Hc; No, 4 hard. SIQWHc: No.
8 spring, S44iS4He; No. 4 spring. 81&83Hc;
No. 2 durum, 86ifi66Hc; No. 8 durum.
CORN-No, i white. SJfi64o; No. 3 .vhlte.
63fi63c: No. 4 white. llMrJMc: No. (
ye low, 5363V4c; No. 3 yellow. MHttMe
No. 4 yellow. 6m862ci No. 2, tJ-53o;
No. 3. 5tfl2Hc; No, 4, 61061HO! no ginde,
E.'..c vr. n,t.lt. -UiTMlUn. atundard.
UAlUt.Ul 141,.-, .
S3?4c; No. S whit. 33Hc; No. 4 white, J
r.ni r,wM. K'n t feed,
"rye-No. :. f&WW: No. s. bsocshc.
St. Louis ...
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading- nnd Closing
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, April 11. Resumption of
spring wheat seeding and Ideal condition
In the winter crop belt operated today
against values. The main pressure was
on May delivery. The now crop months
suffered tome losses, but made an actual
net gain over the previous close. Tno
net range at the close was Hft-Ho lower
to H higher with May on the low side.
Corn made a net gain of Ho to Haitc
oats were unchanged to Ho higher and
provisions were up 10c to 17&c.
Anxiety felt for ome time because of
the coldi weather which made northwest
wheat seeding Impossible tfaa relieved
today when reports came that the weather
was clear and warmer and that actual
seeding had begun. There was a llttlo
bulge in early prices on reports of ex
port sales, but a reaction came promptly
and prices thereafter were always below
the opening level. Primary receipts of
wheat were 412,000 bushels against 268,000
bushels a year ago and seaboard clear
ances of wheat and flour equalled r10,000
The course of corn was Irregular Shorts
were seeking purohase early, but offer
ings were scarce; longs afterward had a
hard time finding buyers even on the
decline. The closing tono of the mar
ket, however was strong. Oats under
good demand, held steady despite the
break In wheat.
The bullish government report on live
stock condition especially that part
showing materia! losses In hogs from ex
posure and disease sent provisions up
Thero was hasty covering by shorts in the
Closing options at Chicago:
Arilclel Open. High. I Low. Close.! Yesy.
S?4! ffl Sips
19 80S' 19 DOS
19 82H 19 92H
20 00 20 10
19 75 19 90
ID 87H 19 724
20 05 19 90
19 87H 19 70
10 87HI 10 95 110 82H-I
Julv.l 10 87HI 10 97H 10 83
Sept.l 10 87HI I
10 90 1U a.',i! D,M
10 97H1 10
10 92HI 10 75
Chicago Cash Prices-Wheat; No 2
red, $1.0501.08; No. 3 red, 98ca1.02; No. 2
hard, 92H(g94Hc; No. 3 hard, 9093c; No. 1
nnrihrm. an.rt2Ue: No. 2 northern, 90
92c; No. 3 northern, 87HS90c; No. 2 spring,
90Jl9lHc; No. 3 spring, fcwiiBrc; 110,
spring, 80fS5c; velvet chaff. 87&)2Hc.
rinrum. MH96Ue. Corn: No. 2. X6&56Hc;
No. 2 white, 6757Hc; No. 2 yellow, 6SH
57c; No. 3, 63tt&vsc; rso. b wnite, raw
Mv fin. 3 ve.llow. 810560! No. 4. 62H
Mltf: No. 4 white. 54QC4V4C: No. 4 ye!
low, 62H53V4c. Oats: No. 2 white, SPAo;
No. 3 white, 3535Hc: No. 4 white, 33
34c; standard, 36,ta Kye: No. 2. 63ti64c,
Barley; 46tf48c, Timothy; $2.7583.50.
Clover: $16.0Ofl21.00. Pork: $19.85. Lard:
$10.95. Ribs: $10.87H4r-37He.
BUTTER Steady; creameries, 2'Oiio.
EGGS Steady; receipts, 23.350 cases; at
mark, cases Included, HHfvlSc: ordinary
firsts. 17",il"Hc; firsts. 174S18Hc.
pnTATOKB-Stadv: receipts. 65 cars:
Michigan, 4647c; Minnesota, 4SS47c;
POULTRY Unchanged; live chickens,
18e; llvei springs, 18c; turkeys, dressed,
St. Louis General Market.
ST. LOUIS, April 11. WHEAT No. 2
red, $1.06HQ1.0SVi; No. 2 hatd. Sl92c.
CORN No. 2. 6SHJ9c; No. 2 white. 65
OATO no- , 7S. u
Closing prices of futures:
WIIEAT-May. 90Te9lc; July. SSHc.
CORN May, 66c; July. 0694c.
OATS May, 337io; July. 344o.
FLOUR Firm: red winter patents, $4.(5
,f JrJ57wn,:., Sr.d Ktralcht. $3.6504.60:
hard winter clears. W.(Wt(3.3G.
SEHuJ 'nmotny, iv-w.
CORN MEAL $2.90.
IRON COTTON TIES-9SO.
PROVISIONS Pork, lard, dry
meals anu uatxiu uhwiohi,
POULTRY-Chlckens, 15c; springs, lioj
turkeys. 20c: ducks. 16c: geese. 9c.
EGGS-1CUC. t ah,nm.nl8.
.... 34,000 49,000
Kansas Cltr Grain and ProTlslons,
KANSAS OITY. Aprl 1I.-W11BAT-No
2 hard. MiW; No 3 No.
2 red. Il.0im.08; No: S. 91cGl.oa. Closer
May. ic: July, 44,tj81V4c.
COnN No. 2 mixed. 67c: No. 3. 66c;
No. 2 white, 66V4c; No. 3. 56c. aose;
May, 54?ic; July, 65ie.
OAT&-Nt. 2 white, 6V967c; No, 2
mixed, 84C4Vic. Close: May, 364c; July,
BUTTER Creamery, 32c; firsts, 30c;
seconds. 26c! packing. 23Hc.
EGGS Firsts, 18c; seconds. 13e.
pOULTUY lien. 14c; roosters, 10o;
Milwaukee Grain Sfarket.
MILWAUKEE, April ll.-WHBAT-No.
1 northern. 91Hc; No. 2 northern. US
tjOlc. No. 2 nara winter, tuuvtc; nai,
cSrUl'-No?1 3 yellow. 54VMI65c; No. 3
white. 6Tc May. MQMic; July, MKc.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL, April 1. WHRAT-Spot,
6s8Hd. 74d, October, 7s 3Hd.
OOIIN Srot, steady; American mixed,
4s 1 Hid, American mixed, kiln dried.
6s21. American mixed, old. 6s, American
mixed via Galveston, old. 6s8Vtd. Futures,
weak. May, American mixed, fcsl'Ad,
July La I'latti, 6s 2d,
NEW YORK ST0GK MARKET
General Trend is Consistently
NEW LOW MARK FOR YEAR
Rnmnr of New York City llnnil Indue
Joins In to Make n Depression
All of the Stocks
NEW YORK, April 11. The trend of
prices became moro definitely downward
on the stock exchange today. Traders
appeared to be feeling their way In the
hesitating manner which has character
ised dealings all through the week, biH
the' occasional upturn of the last few
days were missing today and the under
tone was consistently heavy. Union Pa
cific. Reading, Lehigh Valley, Amalga
mated and Steel In particular, were de
pressed and In common with other Im
portant Issues were forced down 1 to S
points. New York Central and Baltimore
& Ohio touched new low prices for the
It was noticeable that stocks of cor
porations which have put out new Issues
of Bocurltlea, or are believed to be con
templating such action, were especially
susceptlblo to pressure. The same forces
were at work In the bond market A
rumor that a new issue of New York City
bonds was to be brought out was suffi
cient to depress two of the oustandlng
Issues to new low prices. The large
output oi securities or the week and re
ports many other flotations are pend
ing, both at home and abroad, consti
tuted perhaps the most direct Influence
In depressing the market. A good deal of
attention was given to tho probable ef
fect of such offerings on the money mar
ket and In some quarters there was a
disposition to look for renewed tonslon
If applications for new capital pile up at
a tlmo when the market haw on hand the
left-over offerings from previous under
takings. Europo .continued to buy stocks here
although on a Smaller scale than during
the last few days. London's purchases
here were nbout 13,000 shares.
Surveys of the week's currency move
ments Indicated a cash gain for the banks
which have lost less on subtreaaury
operations on account of cessation of
heavy shipments to the Interior for re
lief of the storm and flood sufferers.
A gain of $3,000,000 or $4,000,000 was Indi
cated. The general movement of the bond mar
ket was downward, with considerable
weakness in some Issues. Total sales, par
United States bonds were unchanged on
Number of sates and leaertng quotations
on stocks were as follows:
Amalgamated Ooppar .
SalM. High. Low. cIsm.
il.POO 7IU 77
Amsncan AjncuKural . .
Amarlcan Beat CTusar
American Can pli
Amarlcan C 4 P
American Cotton Oil
Am, lea Securities ...
American IjooomMlra ...
American C a p ,
Am. fl. A n. pM
Am. Kuxar Ilednlns
American T. & T
Anaconda Mining Co....
4 00 M4
Atlantic Coast Uni
1,100 lotu 101s m
zw lwva iw ion
tM MH M
too 1IH 14U
7.600 MH im lt
11,200 J40H 131 I3ii
100 21 25 H H
J.100 7S 7H
100 H4 UK It
,t ltl loss lots
l00 1S4 1IJH IStH
too mm 34 :ih
Baltimore tt Ohio
Hi 00k I vn Ranld Tr
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chicago a. V?
Chicago. M. & St. P
CMcaxo & N. W.
Colorado F. t I ,.
(00 lit 1I2U Uti
800 llli JH 10?,
Delaware A Hudson..,,,.
Denrer & nlo Orands.,,,
Ptnver a It. 0. pfd
IMatlllere' Seeurltlea ....
Brie lat ptd
Brie Sd ptd
General Kleetrlo ,
Oreat Northern pld
Oreat Northern Or eUi.
Inter. Mat. pfd
International Harvester ..
Kanaag Cltr southern..,.
LoulBTllle & NiuhTllle...
M Bt. P. & 8. BU. M.
Mlaeonrt, K. ft T
N. 11. R. or XT. id rid..
New York Central
M Y., (). A W
Norfolk a Western
P . O.. C. & St. I.
Ireaaed Eteel Car
Pullman Palao Car
llepubllo I. & S
niepubllo I. A B. pfd
Itock laland Co..
Rock laland Co. pfd
tt, L & 8. F. 2d ptd...
Seaboard Air Line
Seaboard A. L. pfd
Blou-Bhetfleld 8. 1....
Bo. Railway pfd
Union Paclflo ptd
United BUtaa Realty
United: Btate Rubber...,
United gtatea Steel
U, B. Steel pfd
Utah Copper ... .
Va. -Carolina Chemical ..
Weatlnghouae Klectrto ..
100 141 140
100 1M 111
700 MH tt
!0 110 1M
700 17H 17
100 UU 19
100 1MH 104 H ism
100 nu II
700 It. SVi IH
. . . . . . 10
100 M 24 nvt
i.loo uovi m itiu
200 1144, ItlH 1UU
loo mK ii4i 1MH
SO0 2u. 14 !4H
1,400 Mfet i 31
200 110 111 111
300 CO f4 4
n 2IH 25 H
1,300 104 102H 101H
t) 1MH 108H 101
, .. .. 71
1.100 mi, 11SS 1UH
11, tOO 115Vi 114U US
100 tin H 17
S3, loo 187V4 liiH lets
300 its zm 21s
4,oo ioih loos ioe
1,100 17 ni
l.00 7IT4 7U
w) it J5H SI
U.000 IKK 152V JtlVi
.1M tl II
ton lotti 101
3UU 3S 3
100 m in
"100 "iiii 4ivi
Wheeling ft u E,
Total aaleo for the day, 348, WK) ahares,
New York Money Market.
NEJW YORK. Anrll 11 KINRVlln
call, easier, at per cent: nillng rate
SVJ per cent; closing bid, 3 per cent; of-
inreu ai h pir cent. 4 jme loans, steaay;
sixty days, 444, per cent: ninety aa.ya.
1-.4 yoi uviii, bi inuninD, im per ceni,
PRIME ME3RCANTILB PAPER-1
t per cent.
BTIORLING KXCI I ANG E I leayy, with
actual business In bankers' bills at IIUIS
lor sixty-aay diiis ana at h.nsio ror de
mand: commercial bills, $1.824.
SILVER Bar. tOC: Mexican dollars. n
BONDS Government, eteady; railroad,
Closing quotations on bond todar were
V. 8, ref. Si, ''k- 0. o. ret. la,. U
do ceupon JSSffi ? d,b- 4 28L. KU
U. 8. M. res IH L. A N, unt. 4... nj
do coupon K' T. tat 4i. I1U
U. 8. 4, re 1H do sen. 4M 141!
do coupon lllViMo, rtelflo 4s tu
a la Ki tt 6441 R R at M Ail a
Armour r . or. Ha Mu
Atchlton gen. 4a. .. K, A W, lit B' ... MH
do er. 4. 1H0. 01 do - , j..
... c. L 1st 4e. .. UH do la " ij
Bal. Ohio 4a J4T4 0. 8. L rfdr. la,.. Mu
n,nk. Tr. CT. 41. M do eon. aa J
h..ft Obi. 4V4. JH do ..n '. ti
do conr. 4Hi -,;" "'ot. L g. w. e. 4,
Ch cago ft a. j . u. aj, it, . u
to 'tn. 41 . WH do ct! 4a.' ..
OUslrn ma..lMJ4 do let ref. 4t..
C. R. I. T. o. Railway u ,.
C. I r 44i. M Union P?,0
D. ft H. ct. 4a.. .. II do er, 4a...
D. & R. O. ref. H.. '. rf. 4a.
DlatllUra' t . RubUr U.
... . - 1 IIHU. St. steal .-
"."' -v . ura, la, 4U
do ct. w, """ JSi & ei. 4, lu
I. On. Irt ret. 4a. lJ4VV.t.ra Md, 4 " J"1
ittr. Met. 4.... 'J. HR ?T.. M.. Jiu
later, jnev. ,n ::.T ""t ciec. cv. la. . tiu
inter. M. M. 4Hi... Central Sv
OMAHA, April 11. Bank clearings for
today are 32,644,194.15 and 12,622,947.17 for
the corresponding day last year.
WASHINGTON, April ll.-Ttie condi
tlon of the United States treasury at the
beginning of buslpeea today was. Work
ing balance, $79,430,675; In banks and
Philippine treasury. 343.305,266; total of
general fund. 1149,119,070, Receipts yester
day, 11,0,300, disbursements, 11,878,207.
The surplus this fiscal year Is $14,950,771,
an against a deficit of $11,451,341 last year.
Tho figures for receipts, disbursements,
surplus nnd doficit exclude Panama canal
and publlo debt transactions.
REPORT OF CLEARING HOUSE
Transaction of Associated Ranks
for the Week.
NEW YORK. "April ll.-Bradstrcet'a
bank clearings report for the week end
ing April 10, shows an aggregate of
$3,075,392,000. as against $3,379,102,000 last
week and $3,2&63,000 In the correspond
ing week last year.
CITIES. Amount. Inc. Dec.
New York $l,G97,S2,000 II. 1
Chicago 1111,715.000 U.O
Boston 116,410.000 8
JPhlladetphla 15.!00,OCiO 10.2
St. Louis 76.8SS.0M 4.2
Pittsburgh 67.538,000 4.3
Kansas City 51,649,000 .1
Ban Francisco 48,167,000 3.T
Baltimore S7.60O.0OO 13.4
Cincinnati 23,976.000 11.0
Minneapolis 20.847,000 10,3
18 Angeles 24.27,000 11.5... ..
Cleveland 21,658,000 .t
Detroit 21.5S1.0W 8.0
New Orleans 17.2S9.000 17.3
OMAHA 17,851.000 13.6
.Louisville 13,793.000 13.4
Milwaukee 14,475.000 10.7
Seattle 11,470,000 .. ... 1.0
Portland, Ore 10,915.000 11.3
St. Paul 9.173,000 1,9
Denver 9,830,000 15.6
Indlanapoll 7.750.000 6.7
Salt Iake City S.079,000 17.0
Columbus 6,566.000 6.5
Toledo 4.918,000 2.6
Duluth 2.732.000 28.9
Des Moines 6,672,000 15.6
Spokane 4.233,000 11.5
Tacoma 2,667,000 13.5
Oakland 6.811,000 6.6
Peoria 3.671.000 18.3
San Diego 3,021,000 23.2
Xayton 1,590.000 83.4
flue ram en to 1,016,000 25.6
Cedar Rapids 1,894,000 23.4
Waterloo . 1.710,000 17.1
Springfield, III 1,169,000 , 6
Qulncy, 111 842,000 18.6
illoomlngton. III.... 767,000 15.6 ,
Ogden, Utah 655,000 11.3
.Decatur. Ill 461.000 6.3
Jacksonville, 111 S04.000 14.7
Washington 8,261,000 1,3 ......
Rt. Joseph 7.MU0001 14.9
Lincoln J 1.961.0001 1S6
Sioux City 3.184,0001 2.3
Topeka " l.ni.000 7.1
London fltncu Mnrltrt.
LONDON. Anrll 11. American Beourttle
opened steady and a fraction higher to-
v TPnlr htivlnr orders were executed
during the forenoon and prices advanced
from 4 to m over parity.
Tinrtnn e oains- mocit auouuions:
Ceniota, roeney , . 74H Lmilirtlle NUH.1JM
do account . . . 11 Ma, Mil. Tez. sin
Amel. Copper .... IIHNew York Psmtra.1. .107
Atchison IMS Norfolk ft western, no
lUHImore Ortlo,,lM Ontario Western, II
f-.M.Ai.n p.Alfin . .1474 rnnatlvanta ... ... II
r-h.....Va A Ohio. 70U lUadlnc ............ Ill
Oil, Oreat Western II IVmithern Rr .... ITH
Oil., Mil. A 8t 1M1IH Southern raettlo ..104
Denver Rio a. I!H union i-aeme i
fcrle 1 C. 8. Bleet... I4K
do Ut pfd... 1 .. 41 Walxsh I
rand Trunk . St D Deera ........... 34
Illinois Central ....in Mana Minee ....... s
Hll.Vtut uar, quiet hi iiTv par
MONEY 3fft6 Ilftr cent.
rURPOtINT RATMS Short bills. 4 1-18
per cent: three months' bills, 4HJM 818
Iloston Mlnlnsr Stacks.
BOSTON. April 11. Ooelng quotations
on mining stocks were!
Allose IT Mohawk l
Amal. Copper T7U7Sereda Osn I7H
A. Z. L. b. 8 nUNIslulns Mines ...
Arisen Com IH rth nolle, H
II. C. O. 8. M. IU North Lake ........ IS
Cal. Y Arliooa IIU Old DemlDloa 4U
Cal. c lleola .410 Oseeela 4
Centennial 11 Quincr 11
Cooiisr luatt C. u. liu Shannon 11
Kaat Dutte C. M... UH Superior IIU
Franklin t4 SMfMiier 1. M... II,
Olraux 3sn It4 Tamarack il
araabr Coo. Sluv. 8. S, it- M... 41H
Qreene Canuiea .... 7 do pfd 41
Isle JtoTaia Cocmt. Iiusjtan con.
Kerr Lftka JUUtsh Oosmr C.... IIU
Lake copper ll Winona. ih
Lav Ball Copper..... 4WolYenn wti
Miami copper zik
A err York Mlnlnsr Rtoek.
NE7W TOllK. April ll.-C?Ioslnr nudU.
Hons on mining stooks were:
Com. Tunnel stock.. I Mexican TS
d bonds 12 nntarto !W
Con. Cal, ft Va.... IS Ophlr 25
Iran Sliver ltl Small ITopes ft
Lesdvllle Cos. .... I tsndard 1M
Little Chief ,. 4 Telle Jacket
NEW YOItK. Anrll 1LCOTTON
oloned steady, net 3 points lower to 1
point higher. Futures closed steady-
Futures closed steady. Closing mas:
April, 12.Uo; May, 12.00o June, lJ.O&c;
July, 11.97c: August. 11.84c: September,
11.68c; October, 11.61a; December, 11.64c;
iiy order of the board or man
agers the New York Cotton exchange
will not open until 11:45 a. m. Monday,
April 14, as a mark of respect to the
memory of the late J, P. Morgan.
LIVERPOOL. Anrll 11. COTTON DOt
steady; prices easier; American middling
I T . 1 . . J I . .1 1 1 a. " . I ., M b-
sn.11, i.uiu, suuu iiiiuuiiii-,, i,iiu, iiiiuuiiiib,
6.95d; low middling, G.7M; good ordinary,
645d; ordinary, 6.11d. Bales. 7,000 bales.
NEW OKLigANH. April 11. COTTON
Spot, quiet: unchanged: middling, l'-'ttc:
sales, 106 bales.
BT. LOUIB. Anrll 11. COTTON oteadyj
middling, 12Ho; sales, 70 bales; receipts,
1,453 bales; shipments, 1,681 bales; btuck,
NSTW YORK. Anrll 11. METALS Cop.
per. firm; standard spot to July, $14.7b3
16.26: electrolytic 116. w: lake. U.1: cast-
lngs, 816.87H; arrivals. 160 tons; exports
this month, io,W tons; Lonaon copper,
dull; spot. 09; futures, 68 12s 6d. Tin,
firm. spot, t48.96fl49.60; April. 84S.87H431
49.37; May. $.62VMr49.00; June, 34S.OO0I
48.60; London tin, firm; spot, 223 IDs;
futures, 1217 16s. Lead, steady at 84.80 bid:
London, tus 17 ea. Hpeuer, weaa, ni o.io
041.85; London, spelter, 26 6s, Antimony,
dull; Cookson's, p.00. Iron steady and
unchanged; Cleveland warrants, 66s 9d In
8T. LOUIB. April U. METAL8 Lead,
firmer, at 4.a. rspener, sieauy, si
vrtnur vmnf AnHl 11. COFFEE b"U-
tures market opened steady at a decline
of 1 point on December, but generally un
changed to S points higher M response
to higher French cables. Demand be-
oame a little more active on ,
down, but prices broke yery sharpy and
at one time were about 18 to 25 points
lower. The olose was a "hade up from
the lowest on covering and the final tone
was steady. Hales were ltLMO bags.
ADril. 10.62c; May, 10.77c: June, 1089c,
July ' 11.02c: August. II.160; Septernber,
?i iiii. ronv.r una November. lt27o: De.
ce'mber; January and February, 11 28o;
March. U.ttc. Spot coffee , ju et IUc 1 7,
HHc; Santos 4s, lo; mild, dull; Coraoa,
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, April ll.-WHBAT-i
May, Wmmo: July, mti September,
moi Ch: No. 1 hard, 880Wc; No.
lnorthern, 87ffSHo: No. 3 northern, 84
(SW'ic: No. 2 hard Montana, 87Ho; No. 3,
KtOllN-No. 3 yellow, mmc
OATS No. S white, S2S32HC
UYE No. 2. 664T68WJ.
BRAN 31S.COC 16.00.
T.-i -TtDtrMra nlnt I4.20fi4.65: StC-
ond patents, J4.Ot40; nrst eltars. 13.00
3.80; second clears, S2.6O&2.70.
ntrnnli Anrll 11. CORN No. 2 white.
68c; No. 3 white. 57Ho: No. S yellow, STHc;
No. 3 yellow, 67.',te: ampje. 480.
OATB NO, z wnite, )fii .iwiu,
35Uc; No. 8 white, 35c
NETWI YOriK, April li-SUOAB-Raw,
barely steady; Muscovado. 2.8fic; centrir.
ugal. 8.88c; molasses sugar, le: refined,
ST. IJUIS. April ll.-WOOL fiteidy;
medHim grades, combing and clothing,
23H&26c; light fine, 19mic; heavy line.
lSUo; tub washed, 27Ca6c.
The Persistent and Judicious 1'e ot
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
OMAHA LIYEJTOOK MARKET
Receipts of Cattle Light and Prices
HOGS ARE PIVE TO TEN HIGHER
Fresh Arrivals of Sheep nnd l.nntba
Very LlBht. nrlth lie inn nil Cultc
Good for Tills Late In
SOUTH OMAHA. April 11. IMS.
neeelDta were? Part!.. It nan Rlieen
prdotal Monday 4.719 4.31R lS.T-.ll
urriciai Tuesday 4.SSI
iiriicini Wednesday 3.04H
Official Thursday 2,114
estimate I'Tlday.. 4W
Five das this wee.k.15.159 S4.17 S9.831
Camn (lavs last week. .11.979 61918 38.441
fame tlays 1 wks. ngo.16.ao4 61,618 31.69?
Same days t wks. ngo.l.2S4 42,344 24.620
Same days 4 wks. ago.19.66K 54.811 68,4i3
came clays last year. 14,4il ,870 6I.7G4
The followlns table alinnra thn rerelntn
of cattle, hogs nd sheep at South Omaha,
.w. ..." j -- iu u.irj u comvareu rt 1 1 1 1
last year: 1913. 1912. Inc. Dec.
Cattle HiR.858 2r7.43 l,BflG
Hogs . . . . 346,623 1,073,374 22il,75l
Bheep 640.113 8I0.705 8.692
The following- table ahown the rniifn nf
prices for hogs at South Omaha for the
last raw days with comparisons;
Date. I 1913. I191S.I1911.I1B10.I1WJ.I1908. 11907.
G 651 5 781
73! 5 7H
6 7J 5 79
7 651 8 22 10 601 6 71
6 90 6 74
6 S3 n 71
f 96 6 68
! 5 751
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the' Union Stock yards. South Omaha.
Neb., for twenty-four hours ending at 1
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r'l.
C, M. A St. P. Ry.. 2 1
Mo. Pacific Ry 12..
union Pacific Ry... 4 3 1..
C. A N.-W.. east.... 1
C. ft N.-W.. west... 16 1..
C. Bt. P.. M. AO... 2 2 2
C , a. &. Q., enst.... 2 .1
C 11. & Q., west... 5 10 ., ..
C, R. I. & P., east 3 3 .. ..
C, K. I. & P., west .. 1
Illinois Central Ily 3 1 - ..
Total reoelpta 22 30 .. ..
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris & Co
Swift &. Co ,
Cudahy Packing Co...
Armour A Co
Bchwartx tt Co.
80. Omaha P. Co
Lincoln Packing Co....
Hilt c Son
F. B. Lewis
Huston & Co
J. B. Root rV Co
MoCreary Al Kellogg..
Mo. & Kan.-Cal. Co...
Totals 656 1,067 2,331
CATTLE There were not enough cat
tle here to cut nluch figure In the trade,
thero being only a few scattering loads
of the different kinds. However, consid
ering that It was a Friday and that
packers hod Already purchased heavily
during the week, the market was In very
satisfactory shape. The buyers all
seemed to want a few additional cattle
and were out In the yards In good season,
and practically everything changed
hands early. The nrlces nnlrt n-rrs mm.
erally steady with a week ago, while
cows and heifers are a little stronger
ana biock cattle and feeders steady.
Quotations on Cattle .tood to choice
beef steers. M.S0.76: fair to good beef
steers, 37.9008.20; common to fair beet
steers. I7.40f7.BO: irood to choice htilfera
$7.26I8.20; good to choice cows, 86.752(7.50;
tsur 10 iuoq BTnaes, tm.Bovc.og; common to
fair grades. J4.00O5.Si; good to oholce
stockers and feeders, J7.60Si8.25: fair to
good stackers and feeders, 86.7&fJ7.60;
common to fair stockers and feeders,
t6.25zj6.75; stock cows and heifers, 36.000
7.00: veal oalves. J7.00U9.50: bulls, stairs.
UKBF HTM ERR.
At. Pr. Ho. At. Tt.
I4 7 10 II 1111 I 11
.... 141 7 10
,...10il I 00
.... Ill I 00
.... 154 t 00
.... IIS I 09
41 S...1I73 I ii
i ltoi a ii
I ,...,1111 I II
S 10tl f II
i mi i is
ISO g 10
II 1103 I 49
BTBERS AND HEIFERS.
1 711 7 71
.1114 I 10
1 143 7 IS
M0 M 6
140 I 40 4 ,
UU IM 4
10(0 15 1
,....1130 II 1
1041 7 00
IM t II I
..... mo I 11 I
Ill 7 15 1
1110 I 00 1
110 I 10 I
....km: 7 io
....1115 T II
....mi 7 to
... lino 7 10
....lltO T 71
...III 7 M
... 110 7 tl
... 7J0 7 U
...1710 7 10
..flt7f 7 II
... Ill 00
, M 7 II I
170 f oo
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
T 1040 I K
HOQB The trade opened this morning
with a better feeling In evidence, and the
supply moved on a ba; that was 6010c
higher than yesterday Shippers and
speculators were the firs buyers In the
yards, and their purchase, which, as a
matter of course, consisted of the best
hogs In the yards, looked to be in the
majority of coses 64j)10a above yesterday's
figures. Packers held off for a while,
and when they did start out their first
bids were no more than 6o up, but in the
end they took over about halt of the sup
Ply at about the same prices as those
fiald by the outside buyers. The excel
ent quality of tho offerings was the
feature ot the trade, and as the larger
percentage of tho stuff on sale was on
the light and butcher order, the figures
would make the market look better than
It really was, the average Indicating a
big dime advance. There was not very
much activity In evidence at any time,
but the run was so small that everything
had been sold long before 10 o'clock.
A large share of the hogs sold at JS.90.
with a. quotable bulk of J8.6638.96, and
some fancy light stuff reached the J9.00
mark for the first time since .last Oc
tober. Prices paid today aro generally
16320o higher than at the cIobb of last
week, whfle the top Is Just a dime higher.
The supply today amounted to Just 31
cars, or about 2,100 head, the smallest
for a Friday since the second week In
March of last year, when, owing to the
billiard of the previous day, only 2 cars
of hogs were yarded. The llghtneos of
the day's run, and. In foot, the shortness
that has prevailed through the whole
week, are probably due to the bad wea
ther and the poor condition of country
roods. The week's receipts of 34,367 head
fall over 18,00a short of last week and are
almost 30,000 smaller than last year.
No. At. BK Pr No. At, sh. Pr
I.. . 410 ... I M tl 241 140 I 10
T. . .114 ... I M 76. . ..117 ... o
'7 164 ... I 19 CI mo '
4 80 I lift 71 110 .. a id
11 Ill IM I 15
"1 1 8NH
1 ... I IIU
IM ... I 11
HI 40 I It
11 IU ... I II
"I ... M
! Ill 10 I II
IU 10 I ti
i 110 ... I II
101 ... I 7li
M HI ... I I7H
71 IW ... Oft
71 XI ... t 00
M It 14 I IS
ii in ... 8 a
M Ml ... IS
ti ni io I is
40.. .....154 W I M
U Ul ... I ITH
II 151 tOO I UH
to ui ... to
10 Ul ... I 10
11 MX) ... I 14
II, .. .Ill 10 I 10
71 . . lit 40 I M
II 114 ... I M
H M . . 4 01
SHEET' it will be remembered that
the great majority of the lambs on
Thursday's market were not disposed of
until after 1:30 o'clock In the afternoon
and what trade took place then Indicated
a 26o decline from Wednesday's trade.
Owing largely to the very wet condition
of the fleeces yesterday packers started
out bidding anywhere from 2&o to a6c
lower, but sellers maintained such a, big
reduatlon In values was unwarranted,
consequently a deadlock ensued and
lasted until late In the day. Among the
receipts were four loads ot Mexican
Iambs fed In Nebraska that were com
paratively dry They averaged around 81
pounds and brought JS.75, as against 59.00,
which is the price the same lamb
broucht Wednesday. About seven lnml .
of lambs were carried over for today a
IncludlnR tho holdovers from yesterdav
and today's freeh receipts In the neigh
borhood of 3.150 head were on sain tins
morning, this being a rather mode! ale
supply ror a jnoay,' The demand
seemed a llttlo better, as buyers rfot out
fairly early nnd everything changed
hands In a fairly active way nt prices
showing llttlo if nny change from Thurs
day's quotations. No really good wooled
lambs appeared In the fresh receipts,
which consisted largely of shorn offerings
nnd two or three cars of fed western
ewes. Somo 60-pouna snarn lamos sum al
37.75 and a little bunch of ewes that
sl.oweil consmeraoie wcwni ncio stoou
enough to bring 87.10. the highest mark
touched for tho season, and since April
of last year. Among yesterday's hold
overs were three loadn of 75-pound Mex
ican Iambs that wero picked up eariy at
quotations on sneep anu inii uouu
to choice Mexican Iambi,, 38.7o4i9.00; fair
to good Mexican lambs, ,S.50H.75; good
to choice western lmb. f.nops.65: fair
to good wentern lambs. W.154f8.35; feeder
lambs. 37.75U8.35: yearlings, light, 7.5fl8
7,75; yearlings, heavy, $7.25(37.60: wethers,
good to cnoice. i iwu'i.ou; wemers, lair 10
good, Jfl.fsMN 15; eweei, 'good to choice.
t6.7StT7.00; ewes, fair to good, J6.50tf6.76;
culls and bucks, 3.O0SN.6O.
Chicago i.ivia stock harkrt
lings ActlTe nmt lllarhct Cattlo
Mlnrr Shenp Steady.
CHICAGO, April 11. CATTLT5 Re
ceipts, l,aJ head, market slow ana
steady, beeves. J7.3il,20; Texas steers.
80.800799; western steern, J7.00JJS.15:
stockers and feedcrtt, J6.toii8.20; cows and
heifers. J3.P0OS.40; calves, J6.75i?9J5.
HOO-R?elpt8. 13,000 head; market ac
tive at 5ifl0o higher, clone easy: bulk oil
sales, J9.154t9.30; light, J9.050.87: mixed.
JS.954j0.35; heaw, J8.7588.90; rough, JS.75a
8.P0; plKR. J7.0MI9.26.
SII10K1 ANU L.VM IJS Receipts, 4,001)
head; market steady to 10c higher; na
tive. ja.2Ml7.10; western. J8.3ft317.6O: year
llngn. J8.7&HS 60; native lambs, J8.750.2S:
western lambs, J7.00jr9.25.
Knnsns Cltr Live Stack Market.
KANSAS CITY. April ll.-CATTIT)-Recelpis,
fMS bond. Including 150 south
erns; market steady, dressed beef and
export steers. J8.25(D'e.b0: fair to good. 17.50
(38.25; western steers. J7.25ffS.50; stockem
una ireaern, . i.vuo.io; soutnern nteers,
J8.5OQK50; southern cows, J4.507.2S; na
tive cows and heifers. J4.25ttS.35; bulls,
J8.0OJf7.J0; CAlVMt. ja60C9.bO.
HOOf Rvcelpts. 3,60 head; market So
to 10a hlKlior; bulk of sales. JS.P0flO.15;
heavy. tS.8MI9.00; puckers nnd butchers.
J9.0OfrO.15; llKht. J9.OWBO.20: pigs. 17.6008.3.
HHiSlSi AN1W liAAniN l(eclpt. 0,600
head; market lOo to 15o higher; Colorado
I ., ... v.- ,d hum rr., n 1 r . es rjvrxy tut
wethors, J5,60ff7.25; errra, JSO0IS6.SO.
St. Loots Live Hlock Market.
ST. LOUIB. Anrll 1 l.CATT LB Re
ceipts, 9,000 head: market steady; chotcn
to firm; steors JS.WIfO.OO; good to cholcn
steers. J7.0O7J8.ri0; stockers and' feeders,
J5.2rx38.00; cows and heifers, 85.5008.60;
duiw, is-wn7.ho; calves, jt.oogai.DO; south
ern steers, J8.25O8.50; cows and heifers,
1IOU8 Receipts. 3.400 head: market 10a
higher; pigs and Unlit. J9.0OflO.40; mixed
and butchers, J9.20fi0.40; good heavy, 39.24
HI1KKP AND LAMBS ItecelDtS. WW
head: market steady; muttons, J5.00tt7.25;
yearlings. J7.00tf8.25; lambs, J7.0O39.25.
St, Joseph Lire Stock Market.
RT. JOSEPH. Anrll ll.-OATTLK- Re
ceipts, 200 head; steady; steers, 37.26tf8.85:
cows and heifers, J4.254fS.50; calves, J5.60
1IOUB itsceipts, 2. mai neaa; ftfiva
higher; top, J9.20: bulk. J9.00fi9.ia
bHKBP anu la Miis iieoeipis, a.ow
head; steady; lambs, J7. 5039.00.
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
nUTTKR No. 1, 1-lb. carton. SJs; No.
I, 60-lb. tubs. 324c; No. 2, 30c.
CHEESK Imported Swiss, 32c: Amerl
can Bwlss, 26c: block Swiss. 24c; twins,
17c; daisies. 17Uc; triplet'. 17V4c: ioupk
Americas, 19a; blue label brick, Uc; llm
burger, 2-lb.. 21c; 1-lb.. 22c; New York
FRUITS Apples, extra fancy large
Rome Ileautles, per box, J1.75; extra fancy
large Yellow Newton Pippins par box,
II. 50: extra fancy Washington white whi
ter Pearmalns, per box, J1.85; extra fancy
Washington Wlnesaps, per box, J2.00;
Utah Wlnesaps, per box tLM; extra
fancy Qanoa,' per box, 11.25; extra fancy
Den Davis, per box, Jl.lt: extra fancy
Gano, per bbl 83.00; extra fancy IJen
Davis, per bbl., 32.75; extra fancy Wine
sap, per bbl., 13.50; extra fancy Missouri
Pippins, per bbl.. J3.26. Oranges. Florida,
extra fancy, St. Mike's, 0, 90. 112. 126, 160.
176, 200, 316. per box, $4.00; extra fancy
Valencia, 80, W. 113. 12C, 150, 170. 200. 216,
per box, J4.60. Lemons, extra fancy
Southland Beauties, 800s and 3603, per
box, J8.00; extra choice, Justrlte, per
box, $7.60. Grapefruit, Florida. Indian
River, 64 and 80 sixes. 33.75; 64, J3.80; 46,
IS. 25; 33, J3.00. Louisiana strawberries,
per case, $2.60. Cranberries, fancy, per
bbl.. 17.00; Jumbo, per box, $2.60.
VEGETABLES Potatoes, Colorado
Rural, per bu., 60o; Red River Early
Ohio, per bu.. 60c. Onions, large red
Globe onions, per sack. $1.00; large white
Indiana, per lb., 2c; large Spanish, per
crate, $150. Sweet potatoes, Kansas,
table stock, per bbl., $2.60; Kansas seed,
per bbl. (due April 1 to 10),, $2.00. To
matoes, fancy Florida, per 6-basket
crate, $3.00; choice, 6-basket orate. J3.S0.
Celery. Florida, per crate, 3. 4, 6. 8-dox..
$3.00; Florida, medium, per dox., 60c; Cal
ifornia Jumbo, ner dox. S5c. Shallots.' tier
doz., 60c. New beets, carrots, turnips, per
dor., tOc. Parsley, per dos.. 60c Raillshes.
per dox., 60c. Head lettuce, per dox., $1.00;
homegrown leaf, per doz.,' 40c. Green pep
pers, per basket. 60c. Wax or green
beans, per box. $5.00. Hothouse cuoum
bers, Per dox., tl.002.00. Cauliflower, per
crate, J3.50. Venetian garlic, per lb., 12Vic.
New York cabbage, per lb., IUc Eft
plant, per dos., J3.00. Rutabagas, per Tb.,
lVic; beets, turnips and carrots, per bbl.;
Corn and Wheat Region Bulletin.
United. States Department ot Agricul
ture's weather bureau report for Omaha.
Neb., for the twenty-four hours ending at
8 a. m., 75th meridian time, Friday, April
OMAHA DISTRICT STATION8.
Ulcti. Low. fan
Ashland. Neb.. 40 .10
Auburn. Neb... 39 33 .06
Broken Bow. 35 26 .15
Columbus, Nb. 30 28 .19
Culbertson. Nb. .16 16 .62
Fairbury. Neb.. 37, 32 .09
Fairmont, Neb. 33 28 .10
Gr. Island, Nb. 35 31 .08
Hartlngton ,. 33 29 .SO
Hastings, Neb. SS 27 .20
Holdrrge, Neb. 84 28 .10
Lincoln, Neb... 35 32 .05
No. Platte. Nb 34 22 .01
Oakdale, Neb.. 33 30 1.07
Omaha, Neb.... 31 33 .06
Tekamah, Neb. 34 32 .05
Valentine, Nb. 34 22 .00
Alta, la 83 30 .28
Carroll. Ia 86 32 . 22
Clarlnda, la.... 39 33 .03
Sioux City. Is. 32 33 1.20
Not Included In averaKes,
temperature for twelve-hour period end
lng at 8 a. in.
No. of Temp. Raln-
Dlstrict. citations. High. Low. fall.
Columbus, 0 18
Louisville, Ky... 22
Indla'polis. lnd. 14
Chicago, 111...... 24
St. I-ouls, Mo.. 19
Des Moines, la. 22
Kan. City. Mo.. 26
Omaha, Neb 17
0 60 .
64 48 .60
60 42 .60
6(5 3S .20
62 38 .20
44 34 .30
45 58 .20
40 34 ,10
34 28 .30
Freezing temperatures are stilt re
ported In the western districts of the
corn and wheat region, and the weather
Is .slightly cooler In the eastern districts.
Rains occurred In all districts within the
last twenty-four hours and continue- this
morning along the upper Mississippi
river and east over the lakes. Rains of
one inch or more occurred at the follow
ing points: In Ohio Flndlay and Lima.
1.00. In Kentucky Bardstown, J.S0; Wll
llamitown. 1.20. In Indiana Marlon, 1.20.
In Iowa Sioux City, 1.20. In Nebraska-.
Oakdale, 1.07. L. A. WELSH.
Local Forecaster Weather Bureau.
Key to tho Situation Bee Advertising.
American Telephone & Telegraph Go
A dividend of Two Dollars per share
will be paid on Tuesday. April 15, 1913.
in stockholders of record at the close of
kuslness on Monday. March 31. 1913.
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