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    THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1913.
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SALK Oil EXCHANGE R. E.
Improved Farm
Half section and SO acres; south central
Nebraska; fair Improvements. Trice
$16,000. Want to trade this for town prop
erty. No agents. Address me to Post
office Box No, 633, Omaha. Neb.
TRADE If you can't sell. W. 8. Frank.
1025 City Nat Bank.
REAIi ESTATE WANTED
WE have a buyer for your house call
Osborne Bealty Co. Phone Douglaa 1174.
REAIj ESTATE
riTV puopriitv rim sai.k.
Desn able building
Lots
Close In lots. 10x124, on paved street,
with sewer, water, gas; near school,
stores and car. $1,100 each; payments If
desired. On 27th St. between Marcy and
Mason.
24th and Spencer, a fine lot, 60x127, one
half block to car. Price Is right and
terms If desired.
27th St.. north of Sprague, east front
lot, 54x136; a very good lot. Price, $600;
$300 cash and balance on time. This Is
worth seeing. , ,,
CREIGII. SONS & COMPANY,
Phone Douglas 200. 608 Bee Rldg,
OWNER MOVED TO CHICA.GO
Beautiful seven-room house, the samo
as new. Fine location at 35th and Daven
port, all ready for occupancy. Owner
must sell immediately. $4,200 is mighty
cheap, but we arc going to sell it, so
please see us at once. T
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Bargain, $4,500
West Farnam district. 8 rooms, recep
tion hall, all modern. Full city lot,
street paved, terms to suit.
W. T. SMITH CO.,
815 City National Bank Building.
CATTLE ranch in Wyoming with
stock, $35,000. Flour mill in Alabama, a
bargain, $7,500 ; 500-acre cotton farm in
Texas, $20,000. An apartment house In
Denver, Colo., $10,000. Address O. M.
Brown. Arteala, N. M.
TWO SNAPS.
Six rooms, modern, 18th near Vinton.
$300 caah balance monthly.
Blx-room bungalow, 31st and Ames Ave.,
modern, fine corner lot. $600.
PHONE DOUGLAS 3607.
KOUNTZE Place; 7 rooms; modern;
reasonable torms. Webster 4212.
TO BUY. SELL OK HUNT, FlHSr SEE
JOHN W. ROBBINS. 1802 FARNAM ST.
,Tnoir,T T A T, n A I vJ vtna.wvim Trinrt.
em residence, good condition; West I'ar
nam district. For quick salo owner will
make easy terms and liberal discount.
Address L 3, caro utnana, une,
1R11 LOTHROP St.-Good
residence.
Webster 6205.
BUY FROM OWNER
1814 Evans St, IVi block from car. Three
rooms downstairs and flrplace; four bed
rooms upstairs; sun room and bath; beam
ceilings; 8-foot brick basement. Lot 60x
125 front and back yard; all sod; Kirge
Karate. Now occupied by owner. Newly
completed, built for home. For further
information call at 1814 Evans.
ACREAGE FOIl SALE.
10 Acres
Improved
Adjoining
Benson
Only short distanco from Benson car
line and paved street. Mostly east slope;
fine, sightly ground. Just cast of Key
Btone park; has about 150 full bearing
cherry, plum and applo trees, mostly
cherry, all In first class condition; three
long rows of red raspberries, two long
rows-of -grapes, two long row's of black
berries, about halt acre In asparagus,
some rhubarb, several rows of currants
and goosbcr'rles, about 6 acres of alfalfa,
balanco rich garden land; has 6-room
house, large barn, buggy shed, chicken
house and other outbuildings; steel wind
mill: electric light In house and barn.
A placo that you con move right onto
and begin to get returns this spring.
It will only be a short time until this
can all be divided Into city lots,
can an stinqs & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney Street.
' ABSTRACTS Of TITLE.
REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
fice in Nebraska. 204 Brandels Theater.
REAL ESTATE
FARM A RANCH LAKU& fc'OIt SALE.
1 California.
CALIFORNIA lana excursions 1st and
Ed Tues. W. T. Smith Co. 815 City Nat Bk.
Torrance,
California's iniidvrn In'lumul city, on
steam and electric roads between Los
Angeles and Its harbor. For Information
relative to its business opportunities,
factory sites and real estate investments,
which equal those of the early diys of
Gary and Hammond, Ind. See or write
Karl Brohme, 515 Bee Bldg., Omaha, Nob.
Our references: Any railroad or leading
bank in California.
JOIN our personally couducted excur
sion to SI.NNY CALIFORNIA Our spe
cial train will make stops at Denver, Salt
Lake, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Round trip less than regular one way
fare. Special attention will be given to
the orange belt of southern California
and the alfalfa Industry In the famous
Ban Joaquin valley. For particulars,
write Karl Brehmc. 515 Bee Bldg.
Idaho.
FOR SALE-40-acre stock, hay and
grain ranch; good outside range; 100 head
stock cattle; unincumbered. For price
and terms address owner, I. C. Weant.
Crawford. Idaho.
Minnesota.
WRITE us for our list of land bargains;
now Is the time to buy; land values are
increasing. First National Bank, Deer
River, Minn.
Southern Minnesota land from $60 to
'ju iitr nure; terms, l,ow lo .j,WO down
and balance at 5 to 6 per cent. Write
'or list. Ben G. Schumann, Ida Grove,
i a.
Hew York.
TIME to come east; 296-acre stock and
dairy farm at $32 per; big producer; good
dwelling and tenant houses 2 barns, shop
miu c.AiAjiftiur iiuune, i,a uuren level; UU
timber; 70 hillside pasture; school mile.
One of the best farms In Ontario county.
George O. Goodelle. Geneva. N. Y.
Texas.
FOR SALE.
St. Joseph's Island, New Rockport,, Tex.
82,000 acres at distress prices, a great
bargain, no trading.
W. H. GRAHAM.
Sole Agent. Cusro. Tax.
tVaahluKtun.
THE WALLA WALLA VALLET.
Washington, presents at the present time
a most attractive field for the Investor
and homeBeeker. This section has never
experienced a cyclone, hurricane, tornado
or flood. A diversified district, where
the small traot farmer does equally as
well as the large grain grower. Write
today for free Illustrated literature de
scribing fruit growing, gardening, dairy
ing and hog raising. The Commtsrcla'.
Club, Walla Walla, Wash.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F, U.
WeaJ, Waad Bldg.. Uth and Farnam.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
LOANS on farms and improved Tly"
property, 6, 614 and t per cent; no delay.
J. H. Dumont & Co.. 1603 Farnam St
WANTED City loan and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith 4 Co., 1320 Farnam rit.
GABVJN BBOa'fe."
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
General Rains Bring Rebound in the
Wheat Market.
YELLOW CEREAL IS HELPED
Specialists) Uny that Ilrul It Not nren
for the Strenxth of Whrnt Corn
Wonld lliiTf Rnfferrd n
Orenter Drcllnr.
OMAHA, April 24. 1913.
There was a rebound to the wheat
market yesterday, which has been hinted
at a number of times the last couple of
weeks.
The weather map yesterday showed
fairly good rains In Texas and messages
reported rainy conditions in portions of
Oklnhoma and western Kansas. On the
whole the outlook for the dry sections
of the southwest were materially Im
proved. This led the trade to take the
selling side of the market at the opening
and force a dip In the new crop month.
For the balance of the day, the crop
news was Ignored, also the forecast of
colder weather with a possibility of
snow In some portions of the wheat belt
west of the Mississippi, coupled with the
confirmation of large export sales at
'Duluth. All the markets of the United
States showed wonderful strength. The
Broomhall International Review of wheat
conditions was very bullish, Indicating
very heavy Import needs for the United
Kingdom until the next harvest time. Tho
strong leaders in the trade bought Sep
tember wheat on the advance and this
Increased the anxiety of shorts In all
months. Traders think It wise to keep
In mind the fact that any crop change
of Importance from the present high con
dition must be on the side of the buyer,
and the fear of a runaway market in
case of a crop accident In any quarter
will help tho present bullish feeling.
The wheat market Is broadening out
Into a big affair. This was predicted by
many some time ago. and It now looks
ns If tho Board of Trade is to enjoy a
better business than In some time. Tho
east is now on the bull side of wheat,
while the country traders aru said to bo
pretty well divided on It, And many of
them are believers In lower prices, and
they are selling In the belief that tho
crop Is now almost assured and they ex
pect lower prices all around. Cash wheat
was ttc higner.
Corn specialists said that had It not
been for the strength In wheat yesterday
a greater decline woilld have resulted In
the corn market. It was noticeable that
the Armour company sold 800,000 bushels
of July and considerable May. A number
of the elevator people nre talking larger
receipts Inside, of ten days, Cash corn
was unchanged to He higher.
The oats market was .very strong yes
terday. The bears say thero Is no new
buying power coming Into the market.
Cash oats were unchanged to Uc higher.
Clearances of wheat and flour were
138,000 bu.; corn, 21,000 bu.; oats. 1,000 bu.
Wheat at Liverpool closed Viffttd higher
and corn unchanged to Hd lower.
Primary wheat receipts were 470,000 bu,
and shipments M3.000 bu., against re
ceipts of 365,000 bu. and shipments of V33,
000 bu. last year.
' Primary corn receipts were 290,000 bu.
and shipments 367,00 bu., against receipts
of 365,000 bu and shipments of 594,000 bu.
last year.
Primary oats receipts were 437,005 bu.
and shipments 554,000 bu., against re
ceipts of 3S7.O00 bu. and shipments of
370,000 last year.
Carlot Itecelpia.
Wheat. Corn. Oats,
Chicago
Minneapolis ...
Duluth
Omaha
Kansas City ..
St. Louis
Winnipeg
70
42
103
..158
.. 63
.. 13
.. 44
.. 42
..181
27
3S
38
Omalin Cnsh Price.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. S64r64c; No. S
hard, 85HS6c; No. 4 hard. 83S6c; No. 3
spring, S546c: No. 4 spring, 84W5'c: No.
2 durum, &Vi87c; No. 3 durum, 85V&S86C.
CORN No. 2 white, 65Hc; No. 3 white,
54H(ff66c; No. 4 white, 51H64ttc: No. 2
yellow, 55J55!4c; No. 3 yellow, 54H"7jt55Ho;
No. 2. 54!454V4c; No. 3, 644c; No. 4,
6363ic.
OATS No. 2 white. 33?i634Uc; standard.
33c: No. 3 white, 33'4c; Hit. 4 white, 3314
j32-;c.
BARLEY Malting. 4fi2V4.-; 'o. 1 fecJ,
411M6C '
RYE No. 2, 67S57!Sc; No. 3, 5GH667C.
The following cash sales were maAn
toda :
WHEAT No. 2 hard, winter. 1 car.
S6?ic No. 3 hard, winter: 2 cars, 56c.
No. 4 hard, winter: 1 car, 86o; 1 car, 8514c.
OATS Standard; 2 cars, 33fcc. No. 3
white: 1 car, (local), 3314c; 5 cars, 331ic
No. 4 white: 2 cars, 32?ic.
CORN No. 2 white: 3 cars, 5514c. No
4 white: 1 car, 8414c; 1 car, 64c. No. 2
yellow: 1 car. 55V4c:. 3 cars. 65c. No. 3
yellow: 1 car, 5il4c. No. 4 yellow: 2 cars,
63V4C No. 2 mixed: 1 car, 5414c No. 3
inixca: i car, 54i!iC; z cars, 64V4c No. 4
mixed: 1 car, 53ic; 1 car, 5314c
RYE No. 3: 1 car, 67c.
CHICAGO CHAIN AND PROVISIONS
Fenturen of thr Trndlnir nnd Closing;
Prlcen on Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO. April 24. Wheat weakened
today on a bearish Kansas crop report.
Final prices showed u net loss of Vi
Si to 14c Corn suffered a net decline
of ! to 14c, oats closed H lower to
HUo higher and .provisions made a
net gain of lOg'1214 to 30c.
Not moro than 6 per cent of the wheat
acreage In Kansas will bo abandoned,
according to the leport of tho State
Board of Agriculture. The condition Is
placed at 89.5, which Is 8.38 points higher
than a year ago. The acreage Is more
than 1,190,000 greater.
Barring accidents this indicates the
largest crop of wheat In Kansas' his
tory. Before this report had been made
publto an upturn had been given tho
market by reports of fresh sales of ex
port wheat 650,000 bushels at Duluth.
This, however, could not be confirmed
and prices had already begun to ease
RKAL ESTATE LOANS
MONEY To loan on business or resi
dence properties, $1,000 to $500,000.
w. it. i iiuhab. Z2S male nann mug.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farm.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1016 Omaha National. Douglaa 271i.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros
6
CITY LOANS, Bemls-Carlberg Co.,
310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
HARRISON &. MORTON. 91 Om. Nat.
MOItBY on hand at lowst rates, for
loans on Nebraska farms and Otnaua
city property In any amount.
H. W. BINDER.
E23 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
WANTED TO HUY.
WANTED To buy a first mortgage or.
Inside Omaha city Improved real estate
for $2,500. Selby, 436 B. of T. Bldg. Tel.
D. 1610.
Dolgotf 2d hand store pays highest prices
for furniture, clothes. Jhoes. Web. 1607.
BEST prices for furniture. Call P.. 7.
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 4301.
D. bOCo. Quick buyers of furniture.
ANDIRONS or grate. N 333. Bee.
STEAMS HIP.
ANCHOR LINE
STEAMSHIPS
Sail every Saturday to and from
NEW YORK LONDONDERRY
GLASGOW
Ocean passage 714 days. Moderate rates.
For book of tours, rates, etc., apply to
HENDERSON BROTHERS,
Gen't Agts., 138 N. La Salle St.. Chicago,
OR ANY LOCAL AGENT.
MVE STOCK MARIO'T OK WEST
Dhip I we slock to South Omaha. Save
mileage und shrinkage. Your .consign
ments receive prompt and cartful atten
tion. Live MooU LuiiiniUaloii Merchant,
BYERS BROS. .- Co. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. ITZ Exchange Bldg.
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
off when additional downward Impetus
was given by tho crop statement
Tho market showed some nervousness
at times, uncertainty over the European
political situation because of the crisis
at Scutari being manifest.
Primary receipts of wheat today were
470,000 bushels, against 3S5.000 bushels
last year. fc?eaboard clearances of wheat
and flour equalled 138,000 bushels.
Corn ruled weak during tho entire
esslon. s?omo little uplift came on an
Improved eastern demand, but It was
only temporary. Expectation of In
creased receipts mitigated against values.
Fine growing weather depressed oats,
except In May option, In which thero
was some short covering.
Light runs of hogs hero and In the
west again Influenced higher provision
prices. There was a good general de
mand, especially for lard,
Futures closed as follows:
Artlclel Open. I Hlgh.i Low. Close. I Yesy.
Wheatl
May
92mi
91tTH
92'.4fiH92H6'
MMl's
July.
Sept.
Corn.
May.
July.
Sept.
Oats.
May.
July.
Sent
sr 9iw.:
PlHl 91-S
mtmtjs.
vvrrtsu
55
55
l55Ml
5S".M7
55 HAS
'i
lifi
5
57
I
344
34Ml
'V
34
34WV
34'4ti85
317,
SIS
84S'
34MrVi
34 H
I
Pork. I
1
May. I 19 60
19 60
19 80
' 19 r.o
July. 19 72V4
19 72U, 19 92-951 19 65
sept.l 19 67H
19 57HI 19 T2W1 W W
Lara.
May.' 11 OR
11 02H 11 10 10 M
July. 10 95-971 11 07HI 10 K I 11 02H 10 HO
Kent.l 10 97HU1 05-071 10 9714 U 02-05 10 92
Ribs. I .. .... .... I .. ..
May. 11 33
11 35 I III) I 11 Wl
July. I 11 07H
Sept.! 10 90
11 07'.4I H 15 11 0214
10 90 1 10 97 HI 10 -JJ-'
Chicago cash prices: Wheat. No. 2 red,
$1.071461.10; No. 3 red, $1.U01.04; No. 2
hard, !MB514c. No. 3 hard, ic'i&wci No. 1
northern. 94lfif.c: No. 2 northern. 92ST
!C4c; No. 3 northern, 90fi92c: No. 2 spring.
92i03c, No. 3 spring, 904j92c, No. 4 spring,
RStjtKc, velvet chafi. 90i)'.U14c: duram, 954f
Ke. Corn: No. 2, 5rt.Wlo; No. 2 white,
&8iftc, No. 2 yellow, o614JW7c; No. 3,
fc6!K)6e; No. 3 white, 87fcVe, No. 3 yel
low, Knsjfno; No. 4, b(UW; ;xo. i
white, 51c; No. 4 yellow, 6l'.;fi5c Oats:
No. 2 white. 37ff!714c: No. 3 white, H5W
30tc; No. 4 white, ;Mtffloe; standard, 30tp
ss'ic. uyp. ;s-0. z, 6jjK!Vac. Hariey; -n
70c. nmothy: J3.004in.t6. uiovcr : it.ww
21.00. Pork: $19.80. Lard: $11.17A. Ribs:
$u.ocw?ii.2r.
BUTTER Easier; creameries, sorcc
EGGS Steadv: receipts. 32.158 ca.es; ftt
mark, cases Included, 17HftlSc: ordinary
firsts. 16HSflSic: firsts, IT'-idlli'Sic
POTATOES-Stearty: receipts, 41 cars;
Michigan. 35(fiSc: Minnesota. 304T35C; Wis
consin. 30B3SC.
i'uui..TRY Higher; live cnicgens, uc;
live springs, 17c.
Corn nml AVhent llrnrlnn llnllctln.
United States Department of Agricul
ture, weather bureau, for Omaha,
Neb., for tho twenty-four hours ending at
8 a. m., 75th meridian time, Thursday,
April 24, 1913:
OMAHA DISTRICT STATIONS.
-Temp. Rain'
High. Low. fall,
Sky.
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Pt. cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy '
Cloudy
Raining
Clear
Raining
Raining
Cloudy
Cloudy
Raining
Cloudy
Raining
Ashland, Neb.. 72
49
1.27
.73
.50
.4
.37
.90
.70
.93
1.22
.95
1.25
1.33
.08
.75
1.11
1.19
.03
.90
Auburn, Neb. 67
B'ken Bow. Nb 43
Columbus, Neb 49
Culbertson, Nb. 40
Falrbury, Nb 63
Fairmont, Neb. 57
Gr. Island, Nb 44
Hartlngton, Nb 60
Hastings, Neb.. M
Holdrege, Neb. 76
Lincoln, Neb... 67
No. Platte. Nb 40
42
35
37
37
37
33
36
48
35
35
39
38
37
41
39
34
40
Oakdale. Neb.. 44
Omaha, NeD.... Bf
Tekamah, Neb. 64
Valentine. Nb. 4
Alta, la 64
Carroll, la 69
Ctarlnda, la.... 68
44
.41
47 .31
Sioux City, la. 6S
3$ .54
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m. Not Included
In averages.
DISTRICT AVERAGES.
No. of - Temp. Rain
District. Stations. High. Low. fall.
Columbus, 0 18
Louisville, Ky... 22
Indla'polls. Ind.. 14
Chicago. Ill 14
St. Louis, Mo... 19
Des Moines, la. 22
Minneapolis 61
Kan. City, Mo.. 26
Omaha, Nob 17
80 52 .00
80 56 .00
78 68 .00
'78 ' 66 .00
78 68 .20
74 62 .20
56 38 .50
68 44 .40
56 38 .90
The weather Is much cooler In the west
and central portion of tho corn and wheat
region, and freezing temperatures were
recorded at fifteen stations In the
Minneapolis district. Good rains were
general throughout tho western portion
of tho region during the last twenty-four
hours and continue from the Missouri
river to the lakes this morning. Rains
exceeding one Inch were general In east
ern Nebraska. U A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster. Weather Bureau.
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. April 24. WHEAT
Cash: No. 2 hard, SW500l4c; No. 3. 87
8914c; No. 2 red, $1.00-81.04; No. 3, 90c(R$1.02.
CORN-No. 2 mixed. 58!4369c; No. 3,
tsiiasHo; no. 2 white, rac: No. z, 57T6714c
OATS-No. 2 white, 3614f37c; No. 2
mixed, 343414c.
Closing prices on futures:
WHEAT Ma)'. 8614c; July, 851ic.
CORN-May, t6S(ic; July, 65HflC6!ic.
OATS May, 3514c; July, 354c.
HAY Unchanged.
BUTTER-Creamery, $4c; firsts, 32c;
ueeondK, 30c; packing, 24c.
EGGS Firsts. 18o; seconds, 13c
POULTRY Hens, 14'.4c; roosters, 10c;
Mlnnrnpolla Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 24. WHEAT
May, 8814c; July, 90-J890T4c; September,
91c. Cash; No. 1 hard, 9114c; No. 1
northern, &0g01o; No. 2 northern. 88SS9c;
No. 2 hard Montana, 9014c; No, 3, 8Gf87c.
CORN-No. 3 yellow, 551i66e.
OATS No. 3 white, 321482!4c.
RYE No. 2. 56fl6Sc.
FLOUR First patents, $4.S0ff4.fi5; mc
ond patents, $4.1&34.60; first clears, $3.10
3.40; second celare. $2.60(32.80.
BRAN-$1.XS17.00.
HEED Flax, $1.83ti1.3414.
BARLEY-41QSc.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL, April 24. WHEAT-Spot,
firm; No. 2 Manitoba, 7sl4d; No. 3 Mani
toba, 7s914d; futures firm; May, 7s 9d,
July, 7s6;d; October, 7a 514d.
CORN Spot, firm; American mixed,
now, 5s Id; American mixed, kiln dried,
6n2d; American mixed, olds, 6s; Ameri
can mixed, olds, via Galveston, 6s814d;
futures steady; May American mixed, 6s
i!4d; July. La Plata, 6s l?id.
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA, April 24.-HAY-Pralrie, No.
1 to choice upland, $10.50311,00; No 2
$7.00fi9.50; No. 3. $5.0O&7.00 (unsalablo);
No. 1 to choice midland. $10.0010.50; No,
2. $7.00fl9.00; No. 3, $j.Cftg7.00; No. 1 to
choice lowland. $S.00'&9.60: No. 2, $.Xn
8.00; No. 3, $4.00fl6.00. Straw: Choice
wheat, $5.0085.50; choice oat or rye. $5.50
6.00. Alfalfa: No. 1, $12.00013.00; No.
2, $8.00010.00.
Mllvrnuker Gruln Market,
MILWAUKEE. April 24. W 1 1 EAT No.
1 northern, 94fi04!4c; No. 2 northern, 9114
&t214c: No. 2 hard, winter, 94S06c: May,
90!4&S0Sc; July, lc.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 6ft&6!4c; No. 3
white, 58c; No. 3, 55fl6514c; May, ISH
63;c; July. 65T4C
OATS 3514636c.
RYE 6314c
BARLEY-52igC8c.
Coffer Market.
NEW YORK. April 24. COFFEE Fu
tures opened barely steady at a decline of
&15 polntM under renewed liquidation and
somewhat disappointing cables. Tliur
seemed lo ne very little demand during
the early trading and prices eased off un
other 2 or 3 points, but the market later
rirmea up on covering and trade buying,
with the close steady, net 2f(6 points
lower. Hales, 98,750 bags. April, 10.82c;
May. 10.B6c; June. I0.96c; July. lMc; Au
gust, 11.17c; September and October, 11 ilc;
November, 11.29c; December, 11.30c; Janu
ary, 11.31c; February, ll.S'c; March!, 11.41c.
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, April 24.-COTTON-Bpot
market closed quiet; middling upland,
12.00c; middling gulf, 12.35c; sales, 109
bales.
Futures closed steady. Closing bids:
April, May, June, 11.67c; July, 11.65c; Au
gust, ji lie; ttepiemDer, li.wc; October,
it lc Icriber, 11.24c; January, ll.Uc;
March. H.:ic.
NEW YORK JTOGK MARKET
Declines Sharply, Influenced by
Unfavorable Factors.
VICTORY OF FIREMEN FELT
Unllcan Situation nnil Ceillftirnln
TmiRlc Also Made I'ae of by
rtnnrd in I'nlllnst Mnrkrt
Ita Wny,
NEW YORK. April 24.-lnfluenced by a , "'r,; h'I1 "H n -f
?L"'V! MT"Wtii iZXZ Initio
sharply. Sentiment has been prcdoml
nantl.v bearish for som time mid It re
quired only tho additional weight of the
latest developments to turn the market
from tho narrow groove which It has fol
lowed recently and. bring about substan
tial declines. Trading wait not luvivy.
however, and pressure waa not severe,
except at Intervals.
While selling waa mainly professional,
It was apparent that liquidation wna In
progress In some parts of tho market.
This was Indicated by tho heaviness of
standard InventmenL Httvkn mid amaoncd
bonds, which declined as readily as tho
speculative Issues. Many new low rec
ords for the movement were made and In
the list were siu-h stocks us Nnw York
Central, Northwestern, Illinois Central
and American Tobacco. Losses of one to
two points were numerous, with declines
amona the less stable Industrials rutinlnts
us high ns eight points.
i. nicf nmoug tho day s beailsh Influ
ences whs the substantial victory of tho
flrvmen on eateru railroads In their con
test for higher wases. While lt linil been
assumed that mi Increase would bo
grunted, the award drow attention to the
higher operating expenses which tho rail
roads will be called to meet, ns well ns
to the nrohabllltv nf fnrthur ilotminds
from other classes of employes. The con
cern felt In Europe over the Balkan situa
tion wos reflected In the foreign markots
and In some nulling hero for Indon ac
count. Reports of further extensive ap
plications for capital, the New Haven In
quiry In Boston and the decision of the
national administration to d snatch the
seeietnry of state to California were other
Items which the beam found Useful In
pulling the market their way.
Bonds were again under pressure Total
sales, par value. $1,000,000. Panama 3a ad
vanced t4 on call.
Number of sales and teadrnr muitntlnno
on stocks were as follows:
Etln lllih. Low. Clot.
Amltmtel Copixr .... 11,100 1VM 7Vi 74
Aiiirnran Agricultural
American licet 8uttr
American Can
American Can pM
American C. A F
American Cotton Oil
Am. Ire securities
American Unseed
American Locomotive ...
American 8. & It
Am S. ft R. pfd
Am. Sucar lletlnlrui
American T. ft T
American Tobacco
Anaconda Mining Co
Atchleon
Atchleon pM
Atlantic Coast Line
Baltimore ft Ohio
Ilethtehem Steel
tl
l.too tov
i,m uk
.VK IIS
.100 MU
too it
t0 !
100 10
J00 J5V
:9t
M
47
10
35
SO
MS
t.0
H'i
10
31
(.100 (Sit
it
SOO 103. lOtli t0!
100 III 111 lit
400 K3S 14
:oo :jh4 :s4 jso
it
9.700 10li hXII, 101'i
100 1 00' 100V 100
too im i:iv i:itj
l.oo tu , esi
) lilt
33',
to
240
2'i
33
nrookln Rapid Tr
Canadian 1'aclllo .
Central leather ..
1.H0O MS
11.200 2I2
soo :s
3.(00 7U
90
:M
UK
6714
KVt
Chesapeake, ft Ohio
Chlcao O. W
Chlcag-o, M. A St. P....
Chlraco ft f. W
Colorado F. ft I
Contolldated (!
Corn rroducta
Delaware ft Hudson
Denver k Rla Grande....
Denver ft It. O. ptd
Dlallllera' Securltle
Erie
llrle lit ptd
Krle 2d ptd
General Elerlrlo
Great Northern ptd
Great Northern Ore ctfe.
Illinois Central
Interborouch Met.
lnterborough Met. pld...
International Harvester ..
Inter-Marine ptd
Internttlonal Paper
International Pump
Kansas CUT Southern...
Laclede Gas
Ihlih Valley
Loulivllle ft Nsahvllle..
M.. St. r. ft B. Bts. M.
Missouri, K. T
MUsourl Psrllle
National Meruit
.V-itlonal Iad
V 11. II. of M. 2l otJ..
0O lOIVi lOtlt IMS
3,500 132 130 130
100 tl J3 It
400 132
13Pt 131
100 10T,
100 160
I0H 10S
1(0
lta
:oli
3'i
4414.
33 S
1.SO0
f0
100
2't
43
ti
2S1
44H
3d
100 110 140
JOO 12T4 127H 127
100 IS 35 34
f01 119U. H
1UU
l(i
(I
104
17
U
10
21
n
lMi
1,600 llj 1H
3.400 i7U
S0O 10
1(3
400 114
1S2U
300 113 1I3U 131
200 2S 2(S 25V4
m ills 37H 7H
1
41
100 24 24 23
New York Central 1,400 10!S 101H 101H
K. V . O. ft W
Norfolk A Western
North American
Northern Pacific
T'srlflc Msll
Penusrlvsnla
People's Gat
P.. (, H A Bt. I
ntttburgli Coal
Pretsed Steel Csr
rullman Pslace Car
Heading
Republic 1. ft S
Hepubllc I. ft S. ptd...
Rock Island Co
Hok Island Co. pfd...
Bt. I 4 P. V. 2d pfd.
Besboard Air Line
Seaboard Air Line ptd..
Sloss-Sheftleld B. ft L.
Southern Psclflc
Southern TUIlwsr
to. Hallway pfd
Tennetsee Copper
Tenas ft l'axlfle
Union raclflo
Unlcn Psclflc p'd
tnlted Bute nealty...
United Mates llubher. ..
United States Bteel
U. P. 8'eel pfd
30
105V4
74
mo list; nt ni
100 33 25 2414
1.100 UtTt H4K H4Si
Ill
0
500 W.i lt'.i 11
100 21 25 23
20i mi H; ir,
4,t00 l4tt IMS 1.
174
10.1 ll'i
100 21S
600 2IS
l.W) 22V4
I3'k II
21 'i 2 Hi
lit; 34H
20 3IS
... . Mt
43
... . 30
MS if,
2(14 21 '4
77H 7IH
36 31
11 IT
K2H um
84U m
,100 MS
1,100 24
300 7
frIO 35
100 IS
51.700 134
(00 SI
47
no
37.200
3H
(214
1314
1S
'iiii
32
1014
3714
l4
(314
31t
(l
1014
I1H
1314
3
10S
31
Kit
"14
I
(00 II
103 32
ioo 10
Titan Copper
Va. -Carolina Chemical .
Wabash
Wabash pld
Mr....,,, Martland ....
3,100 3li
Wettern Union
ur.iinhnuie Electric .. JOO
44
wheellnr ft. Ike Krle
Total "alts for the dr. 241.40O sh.res.
Nt York Money Market.
NHW YORK. April 24,-MONBY-On
call steady: 2"iim per cent; ruling rate,
2CS"per cVntl closing bid, 2K per cent; of-
ifey and2Un.nertyCednay.T,,4'?i0 pTcenT '-Tk
'TA'Z&AT PAPBO-W to
6 SranuNO HANOE-fite.a.ly with
actual business In bankers bills at 483.W
for slxty-day bllU and at 41675 for dc;
ToMMKnCIAL RILI.8-4.SJVi.
5FXU-ANBDn8-4I.B.
aoVBBKMBNT IJONDS-FIrm; rail
road bonds heavy.
Closing quotations on bonds today vrere
" Sf0refW?.;, rI.. -100 'spin 4Us M
do coupon "a. C. 80. ref. Is..,. 7li
11 It r( 10114 L P. deb. 4s 1131. 10
do coupon WIliL. ft N. unl 4 I41i
11 R 4s ret IllH'M K AT 1st 4s. M
do coupon Jl'Vi 'do sen. 4'ie.. .. 10
Panama 3s coupon 101V Mo Pacific 4t ...(!
A .1? 1st Is ctfs. (214 'do conv Is 41i
Amer. A. ( 'M '!N H H of M 41,t. 15
Am Tobicco It- N V. C. g. 3H. . . I4.
.a t A. T cv. 4s 102 do d.b. 4t ... 17
Armour ft Co. 4. "N Y N H ft H
Airhlson fen. 4s 3T cv IH 12
AVJ f. 1W .. MHN ft W 1st e 4t II
An rV IS
eA. c U 1st 4s.
Hal. & Ohio 4s...
Jo J4s
nrook. Tr. cv. 4s
Cen. of Qs. !
0U Wr. Pacific It 14
do 3s II
II 1) 1 !. rfd(. 4t (
13 l'enn. rv 3li 1311 . 4H
10 do con. 4s.. . M14
Ten. Iestner
wit neaninc n it . ,'.
C-h'es. A Ohio 4141. ' 'S. LAS K. ff. 4s 74
rhlrsao A A. 4'4s " ' I S W c 4l
r if A. Q. 1 ,'s A. L. sdj. Is
C M A 3 P cv 41s. 101 do cv. 4s
C It I ft I. c. 4s. II do 1st ref 4s .
do rf.s HH'Fo. Itsllw.r I. .
C A B r A 414s. 1144 do sn. 4s. .
n 14 cv. 4s. . 4S Union Pacific 4s
S' K G. rsf. is.. 71 'io cv 4s. . .
Distillers' 'An 1" ret 4s
VrlV d 1. H .... MSI 8. Jtubber la
do sen 4s. . 71 U 8 steel ti Is
5? J "J . .er. n . 11 V.-C Chem. Is.
711
72
H
1114
IH
104
71
MS
2H
I
10244
101
Ill Cn. 1st r. 4s. II Wsbssh lit A ex. 4s till
Inter Met 4VH. 'Vi Western Md. 4i 7IS
nter M M 4V4s. . West. Klsc. cV. t. I2S
Did. Offered. Wis. Central 4s S94
Xevr York Mtnlnir Stock.
NBW YORK. April 24.-Cloflng quota,
tlons on mining stocks were:
Cem. Tunnel stock.. I Meilesn 71
de bonds Ontsrtu too
Con Csl. ft Vs... II Ophlr , .... 20
Iron illvsr W St.iall Hopes
Lesdvllls Con. . . I sundird 100
Little tails! Yellow Jacket .. . .JIT
Ottered.
Trenstirj- Stntrmrnt.
WASHINGTON. April 24.-The condition
of the United States treasury at the be
ginning of business today was: Working
balance, $73,790,237. In bunks und Philip
pine treasury, $11,576,647, total of general
fund. $141,035,241; receipts yesterday. 41.945..
J 291; disbursements, $1,601,387. The surplus
this fiscal ear is $S,rXv,Mfi, as against
deficit of $14,4t5.:.M Inst year The flgu.r
for receipts, disbursements, surplus ani
deficit exclude Panama canal and iiulilli
debt transactions
London Mturk Mnrkftt
LONDON. April 24 -American securltlc
opened a fraction higher today. TrAdlm
was light and prices moved IrregulnrI'
during the first hour At noon vnluei
ranged from i alxn e to below parity
London closing stock quotations:
CVntoli. menej 14 II 14 loulivllle ft Nh 111
do seeount . 4H Me . Kan ft T. ttS
Amal. tppr . tSNe York Central. WU
Atrhlsnn .. I'll V Norfolk ft Wettern lot.
Ilalllmore ft Ohio 102 Ontario ft Wettern 114,
Cantdltn t'aclfle I4s Penntvlvtnla
MS
M4
t'4
lOtS
IMH
W
II
H
rer
Denver ft Wo 0
21Vl'non Tarine
Krle . . .
do 1st pfd
Grsnd Trunk
Illinois Central
. I0i,l' s Steel..
47 Wabash
3St1e Peers
1tlHsnd Mines ....
SIl.VKH-llnr, steady
at STV1
ounce.
MONKY-24 per cent.
DISCOUNT ltATKH-Short bills. 3V4
3 !! per cent; three months' bills, 3S
per cent.
Itostnn Mlntnc Stotik,
DOSTON, April 24.-Closlng quotations
on mining stocks werr us follows:
Allouet JIVMohtk 1114
Amal. Copper (S Nevada On US
A. 7., U A ft.. .27 Nlpltstng Mine . . I
Arltont Com. . SS North nulls .. 2114
n. ft C. C ft 8 M m North lke IS
Csl. ft Arlrons. .. UOld Dominion .... 4IH
Cal. ft Hecla.... 471 Osceola 13
Centennial 14 Qulnry MH
Corper Hane C C II shannon . .. 1014
Katt llutte C M II. Superior ... .. 3
rrsnklln IS superior ft H M... IS
Olrous Con 1 l-ll Tamarack 2H
Oranbr Con ... (3 II P. P. It. A M . 4014
(Ireene Cananea 7 do ptd 47S
Isle ltoysle Copper Vtsh Con lis
Kerr I.ake IVtiUsh Clipper Co. . 2S
lke Copper . . lUttVinona 114
I.a Salle Copper 114 Wolverine . . 1014
Miami Copper . 24S
Atked.
Wool Mnrket,
LONDON. April 24 -WOOL There wtre
13.0X0 bales offered at the wool auction
sales today. The selection was a tine 0110
and the demand was brisk at tirm Prices.
Continental spinners were eager buyers of
scoured merinos and tho home trane iook
Australian greasy at higher rates.
RT LOl'IK. Anrll 24 -WOOIy-Blenil.v.
medium grades, combing and colthlng, 2SV4.
fffaje; fine, iiT2io; heavy tine, ionise; iuu
washed, 27Q06C.
Melnl Mnrkrt.
NEW YOUK. April 24. MKTALS-Cop-per,
steady; standard, spot to July, $14. It,
Ifir..25; electrolytic, $I6.7. lake, $16.87;
casting. $1R.K). Tin, weak; spot, April,
and May, J4S.7B4f49.S5; June. $4S.37
4S.87. liad, ateady. $4,45 bid. Hpelter,
quiet. $5.Wafi.rs,i. Antimony, dull; Cook
son's. $!).(. Iron, steady and unchanged.
Sonar Market.
NBW YOniC. April 24.-.SUOAn-llaw,
steady; muscovado. 2.8C5T2.S!io; centrifugal,
3.36If3.3Sc; molrmses, 2.'l02.64cs refined,
quiet.
Chlcnuo l.lvo rttook Market.
CHICAGO, April 24. -HOGS Receipt.
16,000 head; market 104115c higher; bulk of
ales, is Tews..".: llirlit. IS.TOfflO.W): mixed,
$8.60JfS.; heavy. $8.40f8.8o; rough, $8.40U'
8.65; pigs. $6.7&.8o.
CATrieK lteoeipts, WW uenn; marnri
weak; beeves, $7.30ffl9.); Texas steers,
DB.8tW7.JK); western, $7.ail.10: Blockers and
feeders, $6.2088.10; cows nnd heifers, $3.90
JultO; calves, $6.00tf8.W.
SI I EBP AND liAMnBrtecelpts, 18,000
head; market slow and weak; native,
$G.00df7.a; western. $6.25'Z.2n; yearlings,
$6.507.00; Inmbs, native, $6.COa.I0; west
ern, $7.0rn3fi.K.
Kansas City live Mock Mnrket.
KANSAS CITY. April 34. OATTLB
Hocelpts, 3,000 head; market steady; na
tive st?ers, $7.30ifi.7n; southern Bteero, $6.50
$8.40; western cows, $417.25.
HOGS Receipts. 6,000 head; market 64?
10c higher; bulk of sales, $8.&MfS.75; heavy,
$R.R0ff8.fl0; packers nnd butchers. Xt.&Q
8.95; light, $8.008.80; plg. $7.257.7B.
SHBBP AND LAMIIB-Ilecelpts. 3,000
head; market 10(fiirc higher; muttons,
$ti.2RT7.00; Colorado lambs, 11.7HRM;
range wethers and yearlings, $5,750)7.50;
range ewes, $5.2506.75.
Hi. Louis Live .Stock Market.
BT. T.OUI8, April 24. CATTIB Re
ceipts, 3,000 hend; market steady; native
beef steers, $S.75t-9.00; cows and heifers,
$4,5058.75; stockers and feeders, 15.258.00;
southern steers, n.V4iKW- cw and hei
fers, $4.0001.00; calves, $3.00.60.
HOGS Receipts, 6,M head; market Be
to 10c higher; pigs and lights, $T.00UJ8.8S:
mlxrd and butchers, $8.65&S.85; good heavy,
in nMW1.7S.
SHK12P AND IjAMUR Receipts, 2,500
head; market iteaay; native muttons,
$5O0iT7.26,; Ianh9. 1MWW
' Sinus fclty l.lve Stork Market.
SIOUX Cm. la.. April 24. CATTLE .
Receipts, WW neaa; mnraet steady 10 luc
lower! native steern, $7 60f8.60; cows und
heifers, $5.6087.76, canners, $3.7rVfiS,25;
lorliert nnd feeders. $7.00(117.76: Calves.
$6.757.fj0; bulls, $5.60(07.25.
HUUO licceipte, o,uvu iiciui, inarnni oo
higher; heavy, $8.408.60; mixed, $8.o0G.60;
light. $8.m08.cr; pigs. $7,254)7.60; bulk of
sales, $8.6098.65.
No freed! receipts of sheep.
St. Jiiscph Live Stock Mnrkrt.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., April 24. CATTLE
Ilrcelnts. 1.600 head, market a trail v:
steers, $7. 6W8.8G: cowa ond heifers, $4.aa
8.60; calves, $5.6088.76.
HOGfi Receipts, 6.600 head; market
strong; top. $8.,0; bulk of sales, $M0QK.65.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 3.000
head; market 10c higher; lambs, $7.764J8.!,
Relief Bureau Moved
to Elks1 Building
The various branches of the tornado
relief and restoration work aro now oc
cupying tho largo room on the first floor
or the Elks' building, 313 South Fifteenth
stieet. All day the various desks were
maintained and business proceeded with
out a break nt the old stand,
The moving waa done In the evening
and night In order that the business
of handling relief cases that might ap
ply during the day might not be de
layed In the least. The new location
will not be used so much as a store house
as the Auditorium. Groceries and furnl
ture will be purchased as needed.
No nctlon was taken by the county
commissioners yesterday afternoon In re
lBtlon to the proposed calling of an elec
tlon to vote bonds for tornado restoration
work. The subject will not be taken
up by the board until the relief commit
tee submits a dcllnlto estimate of the
amount needed.
Omaha Art Guild
Chooses Officers
The annual meeting and election of of-
fleers of the Omaha Art Guild was held
last night at the Omaha Public Library.
The following officers wcro elected for
the ensuing year:
Doane Powell, president; Elizabeth
Ferguson, secretary and treasurer; execu
tive committee, II. A. Raapke. Cordelia
Johnson, Robert V. Glider and Ruth ITelt
of Council iiiurr.
Plans for the annual fall exhibition
wete made and discussed,
Key to the Situation B Advertising.
Movement" of Ocean Steamers,
rort. Arrived. Sslltd.
rillLADHXPHIA Msrlon
CO HON EL.
Ams.
TltlKSTB
1IO.VO KONO.. .
Livunrooi
cimnnouRO .
NBW YORK,
NEW YORK
1TOBAKI
MARSEILLES..
SANTOS
BREMEN
1IAJ1DLTU1
llOTTERDAM...-
IvsrnU
sblnyo Msru....
lflrerfordi
. K. r. Wllbslra.
Msdonns.
Ttutfslo.
Csnsds.
. C. st Oslicla.
.. Nseker.
Oceans.
gakkarsb..
Frankfort.
60CTIIAMPTO
LIVERPOOL.. Csirpsnls.
NW YORK Polsdsm. .
rillLAUELrHIA. Menon
Olympic.
3MAHA LIYEJTOGK MARKET
'attic Receipts Large and Trade
Slow and Lower.
0QS SELLING A SHADE LOWER
hcep and I.nmha In (land Demnnil
nnil (lenrrnllj- l-'rep Sellent nt
nn Advsnce nf Ten to
Klftren Cents.
SOUTH OMAHA. April 54. 1913.
necelpts were. Catte. Hogs, sheep.
Official Monday 3,553 6.9SO 11,775
Official Tuesday 3.375 9,245 Mi!
Official Wednesday .. 5.30S 8,676 9,778
Estimate, Thursday .. 3,500 6,000 2.000
Koitr days this wk 1A736 S.wi 31.725
Same days last week. .15.91 40.H9 41.3.S8
Same daya 3 wks. ago.14.7f9 32,267 3S.4.11
Satnn days 3 wks. ago.ll.M 45,692 34.793
Ssme daya 4 wks. ago.14.100 41,712 ,4I0
Same daya last year.. 14,295 41,203 33,326
The following table shows the receipts
of cattlo, hogs and stirep at rloutli onuha.
for the year to date, compared with w
year: 1913. 1911 Inc. Deo.
i'.iii. i m -rami 18.2st
Hogs ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..Marat 1.207N04 277,370
Sheep 716,620 706,887 9,733
Tho following table shows the range of
prices for hogs at South Omaha fur the
last lew daya with comparisons
"bate. I wis. IWlijwYl.lWlO.lfllpMjiWi
Tnrll l!l S 9llii 7 BAl 6 gti't 791 6 'iJl I 41
April 13
T 65
5 92
8 691 1 011
6 641 45
April ii
April 15
S9H
S 761.
s
6 90
5 97i
9 651 B W
7 6
9 Gill
6 H!
5 48
6 3J
April 16
7 69
9 65
9 14
5 37
6 43
6 39
6 23
April 17
April IS
7 71
6 96
5 43
7 70
6 05
92
6 93
6 91
& 2
April 19
April 30,
April 21
6 30
S T8H
7 69
6 Ml
8 89
8 90
7 54
5 83
5 KS
5 54
h 42
6 34
8 74U
8 C3V,
8 47 V
8 51H
8 951
April 12
7 45) 5 W) 9 0t
6 99
5 38) 6 SS
5 SI i 6 3S
6 40 6 31
April 23
7 421
7 01
April 24
7 41
5 73
7 05
Sunday.
Receipts nnd dlsposlttm. or llvn slock
at the t'nlon Stock yards, South Omaha.
Neb., for last twenty-four hours end
ing at 3 o'clock yesterday:
RECEIPTS CARS.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. U't'a.
c. m. & t. r. iiy-
Mo. Pac. Ry 9
tTnlon Pacific R, R. 33
C. Si N. V east.. 6
l i N. W., west.. 24
C. St. P.. M. O.. S6
C, R. & Q., east... 4
C. H. A Q., west'..
C, R. 1. P., east. 2
C, R. I. & P., west. 1
Illinois Central Ry. 5
Chi. Great Wostcrn 7
Total receipts. ..143
2 .. ..
4 .
t
19
6
2
23 4
4 t 4)
I 4W
S9 8 2
DISPOSITION HEAD,
CattK Hogs. Sheep.
Morris & Co 677 894 .....
Swift . Co 617
1,339
1.987
1,381
1,60!
Cudahy Packing Co.... ICS
Armour & Co 481
Morrcll 1
L. P. Co 8
Kay P. Co
Denton. Vans't A Uish 171
Hill & Son 40
F. H. Lewis 67
Huston & Co 1
J. II. Root & Co 45
J. II. Bulla 54
Rosenstock Ilroa 10
Wcrthclmer & Degen.. VA
II. V. Hamilton 66
323
978
123
Jlolhschlld A Krcbs.... 15
Mo. & Knn.-Cal. Jo.... 3
Cllnn & Chrlstlo 51
Other buyers 359
1,662
Total 3,765 5,724 4.457
CATTLE Receipts of cattle were un
usually largo this morning lor a Tnurs
day. nnd the fact that they followed
till larger receipts or ma nay ueiora
made It still worse, hor ttio waeK re-
celnta foot no. however, only 15.736 head.
whloh is no larger than a weea ago, out
larger than a year ago ny over neaa
Conditions this morning were very un.
favorable, an the market was still wobk
and unsettled from the break yesterday.
In consrnuance of this the demand was
slow and packers, with largo receipts In
slent. wrro able to again taxc tne Dear
side, of the deal.. Thus It happens that
tho trade, like yesterday, waa extremely
slow and dull and very unsatisfactory
from a erller's .standpoint.
Reef steers sold at a decline of IDWlEo
as compared with yesterday, or arouna
25c lower for the two days.
Cowa w'.m worse hit than steers, 'iney
AlA tint sell miirli lower vestnrdav nnd
buyers took off enough to maku up for
It today. They wero In many' cases 25c
'lower and slow at that. Good helfera
rftrt nnt show as much decllno as cows.
There were only a few stock cattle in
the yards and they sold at anout steady
nrlnes.
It is very evident inui 1110 cuumry id
sending In toq many cattle, not only here,
but at all market points. The only thing
to do under the circumstances Is to limit
shipments for e few days until the mar
ket of the country can recover trom me
elf lots of tho temporary over-suppiy.
OiiniBLtlnn on Cattle Good to choice
heef steorl. $3.20218.76: fair to good beet
steers, $7.90108.20; common to fair beef
steers. fl.WQl.wi gooa 10 cnoica nonets,
17.26918.00: aood to choice cows. $6.7607.60:
fair to good grades, $5.834.50; common to
fair cranes. Ji.wvm.eo: soou to cnuico.
Blockers and feeders. $7.50ft&25; fair to
good stockers and feeders, $4.75417.50;
common to fair stockers ana feeders,
IH.25flC.75: stock cows and heifers, $4,003
7.00; veal caives, ii.wuj.W duiis, stags.
etc., jo. will. J)
Representative sales:
BBISP 8T1CKRS.
No.
Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
...) 7 IS it 1011 I 10
. . 110 7 M
. . itt 7 II
.. 121 1 U
..741 7 70
. . Ill 7 M
..1121 1 Ti
.. in 7 :s
.. 741 7 71
.1011 7 10
..1401 7 15
..127 IH
. . 171 t to
..111! 7 K
.. Ill 7 10
. 1121 7 M
..141 7 II
..1014 I 00
11.
1111 1 10
1104 I II
1110 I II
1192 I IS
1010 I II
1201 I II
1211 I 11
1002 I 20
lilt I 24
1107 I 24
1111 1 20
22....
10....
20....
II....
II....
II....
11....
I....
I....
II....
II....
21....
II....
...ma 120
1241
1 :o
..1414 I 23
11
..1211 I 21
2 ISM I 10
II 1312 I 30
24 1111 I 14
II 1121 I 30
11
..I 9Wi B 11
20 1241 I 00
11.
.1111 100
.1141 I 00
21 1370 I 20
ii....
1 ...
....
ii....
li....
to....
20....
I....
$....
10....
I....
1....
J....
I....
4....
1....
10....
I....
2....
I....
2....
2....
17.. .
4,...
I....
1....
1....
2....
II.
1117 I 30
....III I 00
....III I OS
....1113 IN
....1IU I 05
....1241 I 10
:0.
.1(14 I 10
11....
II....
II....
22....
..1211 tu
. .1211 I IS
..1446 I 40
..1041 141
...1123 I 10
COWB.
.... Ill too II..
..124 I 40
.1107 I IS
. . 130 I II
..1061 I 71
..1114 I IS
. ... M0 C 00
....1001 I 2S
....1101 I u
....1000 no
....1010 1 10
....120 I 71
....1114 i 71
. ... 720 I 00
....1114 I 24
.... Ill I 21
.... 141 I 21
... 1100 I 21
....1010 I 21
....1110 I IS
.... Ill I 21
...1101 I 40
....1042 110
....1440 I 10
,...1I I M
II
2
4
I
2.
IU I 71
till 111
1411 i 71
1071 I M
.... IIU IH
1120 I 10
.. 1140 I 10
1114 7 00
1140 7 00
1111 7 10
1114 7 10
till 7 10
1010 7 11
1111 7 24
110 7 24
.1211 t to
I.
...IOCS 7 25
COW8 AND HBIFKR3.
III 7 II
BTKKIUJ AND IIEIFKRS.
17....
ti...'.
12....
II....
10....
IL...
117 7 10
111 7 10
14.
1042 7 14
712 7 M
131 7 so
1111 7 14
.... Ml J 10
I
. Ill 1 10
III 1 10
, 741 7 10
124 7 IS
412 7 15
,121 7 M
125 7 10
II
14
II
II
10
I
24
21
lilt 7 14
IIS I 04
Sll I 00
141 I 04
in 1 og
70S 1 14
til IB
HBIKKR8.
IU lit
711 I 10
I
.. 115 7 40
..1064 t SO
.. 400 7 M
.. 140 7 SO
. . Ill 7 (0
.. 7M 7 SO
.. Ill 7 SO
.. 104 J M
..1401 7 10
..711 7 14
.. 7S1 7 75
. . 4M T 10
.. 717 7 14
1
. IS4 I 14
. 70 I M
.111 I 15
.1114 II
.1(4 I IS
. 114 7 04
. Ilff 7 00
.174 1 41
1.
17.'!.'"
is".'!!
I.
7 117 I 24
1.
4IS 7 15
717 7 35
4...
BULLS.
1 114 t 75
1 1110 7 00
1 1210 I 04
. 1 1ls4 I 10
1 744 IU
1 1010 I 10
J 1160 I 14
1 1410 4 10
1 . . . 1194 I IS
1, 441 111
1 1114 T 04
1 104 7 04
1 1120 7 00
1 1470 I 24
2 1194 7 24
1 714 7 24
1 ... 1114 T 2S
II 1110 7 21
1104 I M 1 1174 T 21
1M4 IH 1.. . . M4 7 34
1274 04 8. . 101 7 IS
1514 7 04 1 710 7 44
STAG8.
I Itet 7 14
CALVI5.
IK I K
..114 9 14
I M 7
1 ?4 I 10
1 924 9 14
1 270 9 75
1 M in
1 104 10
. lo 00
1..
1..
1..
1..
no 9 n
204 I 71
114 9 71
214 9 71
1...
.104 I CO
114 04
Itt 24
V 14
1
194 9 75
STOCKKRS AND FEEDERS.
7(14 4-1
I...
. . . 124 7 IS
.. 703 7 IS
. . . Ml 7 74
... 711 1 TO
...142 7 74
. . . 417 7 7S
. . . 40 7 75
... 7. 7 75
. . 919 7 14
. . 13.1 7 14
. . . ISS 7 IS
...till 7 IS
. I6l2 7 94
1114 I 04
112 14
Ml 7 24
141 7 24
7M 7 40
4M 7 4
144 7 14
IOO. 7 14
111 7 54
124 7 10
419 .7 14
714 7 44
MS' 7 M
U4 I'll1
3.,
1.
II.
7...
I...
9...
19...
1. .
II. .
14...
9. .
II .
HO OS The
market
this mornlnit
showed the first strength that has been
In evldleuce this week. Receipts' were very
moderate) ana ns nnvices trom otne:
points were of an encoliraglng' nature the
local trade was generally a shade higher
than yesterday. Shippers and speculator!
picked up a few loads early at figure!
that were strong to as much as a nickel
higher. Their purchases amounted to J
cry small portion or the receipts. s
that there wna a very fair slinntv at the
disposal of the packers. As a result thi
ouik or the nogs sold at prices that wen
steady to a little stronger and the markei
averaged no moro than a shade nbov
yesterday. Whllo there was not vcr)
much activity In evldenco at any tlim
tho movement was fairly continuous nn
practically everything had been disposed
of by 10 o'clock. Most of the sales wen'
made nt $S.45fl8.v. with a sprinkling Oli
big heavies on down and some tsooi
lights a high as $.160.
itecoipts tooted up aeout 7 cars, or ,ou
head, bringing the total for the week up
In 10O1 hnnil Till, la nvr 111 n. VI h..ar
larger than for the same days lout wok
nnd more than 18,000 head heavier that
the corresponding days a year ngo.
Hcpreseniativei sales:
No.
Av.
Sh.
fr.
No.
AV. ST)
Tr,
I (hi
17..
U ..
10...
19.
II...
el..
SI...
..414
. Ill
. .3141
..292
..101
..219
277
..107
..211
..221
.217
..111
2S
II
tl..
71..
IS .
111
... I 40
24 I 40
44 I 44
I 41
14 I 45
124 I 45
... I 45
... 141
... I 45
40 I 41
20 I 45
W 124 I IIS
m 14 1 S14
214 244 I I2t
II Ill
. 1 I S2
14 11 V.
I S3
I MH
... S2ti
... !53t
I MH
14 IMU
It 244
II. ... 2t4
71 ... 124
II... .1M
47...
II...
10...
is is;
37...
12
91
,.tS!
.172
.!kS
14 IIS
10 I 45
71.
77.
10,
CI.
IS.
I S2H
71 2M 204
I 41
I I7U
I 10
..:is 1:4 1 15
I ur
..,..roa
.,..311
I 51
t II
.111
.335
10
I 10
. ,233
10 I SI
12 2T0 114 I 64
f9. . . .
....
11....
74....
14....
41....
71....
II....
ti....
10.. .
13....
71....
73....
13....
II.. .
61....
41,...
94. . . .
71. ..
II...
75....
II....
417....
71. ..
It....
77....
45,...
72....
41...
SI...
71....
..149 114 t II
14 147 44 I 4
,2SS
I II
13 224
I 0
.,354
.231
..141
I S3
I SS
71
..234
14 I 14
14 I 10
.234
10 SS
40 SS
...
10...
SI..,
.271 110. I 14
.214
....214
I to
..111 204 I IS
14..
....141
....20
....215
....111
....297
....111
. .311
....211
....270
....III
....251
10 I SO
10 I 14
. . . I 14
44 I M
... I M
14 I 14
14 I SO
44 I 14
... 110
14 I SO
. . I 84
.117 10 I 55
74...
49.,
..112
..210
.141
I IS
I 55
71..
14 I 15
14 I 55
41.
17..
45..
0..
.144
..204 114 I IS
.195
I II
..144
. .200
..111
14 IS
, I SS
. I IS
II..
in..
19..
171 110 I SC
.279
14 I M
. Ill
8 15
fl...
.214 240 1 1
. Ill 111
it
I IS
101..
...219
I S4
. 255
.199
...201
I IS
71...
...225 244 I SO
10 I II
.. I SS
. . I 15-
0 SI
10 I 67 H
... I 44
10 I 40
., I 64
.. ID
... I 44
I...
..ISO
I 54
11...
41...
II...
II...
20. .
.III
.215
14 I 50
. . . I CO
,.. 114
..211
:S1
.254
..121
. in
..211
...us
..21
..215
. .2M 10 I 10
...117
...251
...222
...217
...211
I 54
44...
14 1 Ml
14 I 14
.. 1 sivi
14...
II...
11...
10 I 2i
OTAUS,
1 414 10 I 10
HlllCi:i On account nf the nrevalllnk
had weather very llttlo stuff was loaded
In the country, and as a consequence
marked falling off was noticeable In thi
receipts this morning. The arrivals num.
bered only eight cars, or some 2,000 head,
It being tho smallest tun for a Thursday
sine June 23 of last year. As compared
with a week ago tun supply leu ohuh
about 11.34 head and was about the same
number short of tho corresponding day
one year ago. As on Wednesday Iambi
mudii up the entlro receipts, there being
really not enough aged sheep or ycarltngr
on any day tins ween to niHKn n marnci
While the early advices from oUtilui
points Indicated no material Improvement
In thd trrnerfll Irnrtn local business Started
off In n very active way and everything
was cleared up in snort oraer at a ivuiuc
Briunni. Thn lirlslc mnrkrt and higher
Prices waa mainly duo to the extremely
light receipts, and It waa the genera
opinion among traders If anything like
normal supply were on saio no uuiiruvr.
ment as to values would have been evi
dent. Quality of the offerings was njmi.
lar to that of the last few days, tho best
Mexican lambs weighing 83 pounds, being
good enough to bring $8.70. Home heavy
lamba sold at $.15 and a load held over
from yesterday and showing considerable;
weight brougnt inia momma.
coupln of cars of clipped lambs, being a
mixed shipment of Mexicans and lea
westerns, and averaging 78 pounds,
changed hands at $7.75. ... ,
The selling aide of the trade has hup
a fairly satisfactory market for the week
thus tar, bh current iomo vaiuto aju
40a higher than the closo of last week
As a matter of fact all last week's loss
has been practically regained and the
trado la In about the same position as at
the beginning of last week.
As to yearllnga, owes and wethers the
supply of them has been scarcely larg
enough to afford a test of values, and
to all Intenta and purposes quotation.
are practically unchanged irorn a week
"SP- ...
Uliotations on anrep aim ram. u
to choice Mexican lambs, $S.604'8i90; tali
to good Mexican lamba, $8.40,8.9): good
to cholco western lambs. $S.S638.6o: fair
to good western lambs. $3.2Wr.35; shorn
1,. ml,. t7.rATr7.Tr,: feeder lambs. $7.7531
8.35; yearlings, light. $7.35-87.75; yearlings,
heavy. $7.l51f7.25i wethers, good to choice.
$'.7W.00: wethers, fair lp Hood. M.SM
6.76; ewes, good to choice. $S.Mi.7i.
ewes, fair to good, 3,id1!,:; cuhb unu
bucks, $J.0Oa.&. ,
Representative saies;
No. Av.
Pr
8 30
8 00
6 00
8 50
8 25
8 (5
8 25
8 15
8 70
8 70
7 75
7 65
75
1 65
242 Mexican lambs SJ
199 fed lamb
28 cull lamns
1D0 fed lambs . 7s
127 fed lambs
.. 84
278 fed
251 fed
lambs 75
lambs J;
253 fed lambs
210 Mexican lamos ,10
70 Mexican 4ambs
518 shorn lambs 1
518 shorn lambs
293 Montana shorn lambs 7b
235 Montana shorn lambs ,. 9
Rotary Club on Death
of George Duncan
At the meeting of the Rotary club, the
committee appointed to draft resolutions
on the death of George Duncan, a mem
ber who was also on The Bee's adver
tising staff and who was killed In the
recent tornado, made Its report, which
was accepted nnd adopted. Tho report
reviews the work of Mr. Duncan and.
closes with the following resolutions:
"Resolved, That In trie death of Ueorga
J. Duncan this .club has lost ono of Its
most active and highly respected mem
bers, that wo highly appreciate hW
merits and deeply regret his loss. That
while deploring our own loss, we
recognlie that Omaha has loit a brilliant,
citizen, a man of sterling Integrity and
the commercial Interest of tho city one
of Its most dependable agents. That In
his death In the tornado which visited
our city, wc recognize that he has be
come a part of the history of Omalui
and linked more Indlssolubly than evvf
with Its history.
"Resolved. That we tender to his
family our sincere sympathy uid assur
ance of our continuing desire to be of
aid and assistance to them.
"Roeolved, Further, that these reso
lutions bo spread upon tho records of
tnis club, and a copy furnished to the
family of tho deceased and to tho pre
of the city."