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TITR BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRTL 26, 101.1.
CITY PROPERTY Klin SALE.
CITY PROPERTY FOR, SALE.
CITY PIIOPKIITY FOR S.U.K.
Homes for Wa
80 Choice Building Lots
To Be Closed Out In
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Traders Take Conservative
Profit and Sell.
MAY CORN FLATTENS IN PRICE
Moderate Snlm Induce WfnknfM In
Yellow Orrnl, lint Slrensrlh
Returns lleforo Close of
HKPOHT OF ll.KAIU.NU HOUSE
Trnnenotlotia of Associated Hanks
for the Week.
NEW YORK Anrtl lVKrndstrppt's
bank vlearliurs renin fnr Ihrt wenk end
ing April S, shows nn aggregate of
13.140,417.000. ns against tSl40B,MM last
week unci SS,1W.1W,000 in th correspond
ing wee last year:
An ideal addition for Home Building, Fruit Growing, Chicken Rais
ing, Gardening at Astonishingly Low Prices and Easy Terms.
jyjn CDT?rT AT C A T T? Saturday and Sunday
JJ1VJ Ol liXTULv jrxXuU April 26th and 27th
Prices $150 to $285 Terms $10 Down, $5 Monthly
MELROSE HILL extends from 35th to 37th streets,
and from Spring to Grover Street,. Take West Side Park car line (20 min-1
ute.' ride from Farnam St.) to 32d Ave. and Vinton Sts.- and walk 2 blocks
west to Melrose Hill, It is only a 20 minutes' walk from the Union Stock Yards.
25 prosperous homes already in Melrose Hill. Come to
this Special Sale, Saturday or Sunday, prepared to buy one or more lots.
Salesmen at tent, 36th and Vinton, from 10 o'clock till dark both days, to re
serve your choice of lots and take your earnest money.
This is a GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR EVERY HOME SEEK
ER. Melrose Hill is high and sightly, and the prices and terms are within
easy reach of the humblest wage earner. No lots ever sold in Omaha at such
bargain prices. DON'T MISS THE SALE.
616 Omaha National Bank
Bldg. Douglas 1016
Payne & Slater Co.
New Dundee Home
Izard St. This Is a brand now -houso
with sleeping porch, thor
oughly well built and located at one or
the most sightly points In Dundee, first
floor finished In oak, second floor while
onimrl with mahoKanv finished doors; 4
bedrooms, floored attic.
A reasonable cash payment down, bal
ance monthly, will purchase this home.
Be sure and look this houso over today,
oni nntiM rln.plv liow it Is built, then
let ua show you how you can make your
rent money ncip you own your own, num-.
George & Company
Phono D. 186. 90212 City Nat. Bank Bide.
Easy to Buy
8-r nearly new, square, full cellar, ce
mented, laundry; all sunny rooms, stair
way to floored attic; high, view, solid
ground; Harney line to door from depots,
high school and Crelghton: $500 naw, bal-
.... . i. .i I n n.r rent.
ance M per inuiivu mm " , ,
"Will consider long lease at $3o from May
L Go to tne pnone now, m
O'KEEFE REAL. BBTAVft J-u-i
1018 Omaha Nat. Evenings It. 338. bin.
- r -.ti mt iiia RTnRKrrs. lndexe
A ....... . - - , , ,
free at our office; two stamps ny -nan.
Chas. E. Williamson Co., Real Estate,
Insurance, care of property. OmanaF Also
Omaha Red Book, vest pocket size.
TO BUY, SELL. OR KENT, FIRST 8EH
iniiM w'nnnHINS. 1802 FARNAM ST.
JOHN W. ROBBIN8.
UNUSUAL BARGAIN. Nlne-ropm mod
ern residence, good condition; West Far
nam district. For quick sale owner will
make easy terms and liberal discount.
Address L 835, care Omaha Bee.
FA 11.11 RANCH 1.ANUS FOR SAL 13.
FOR SALE 640-acre stock, hay and
grain runch; good outside range; 100 head
stock cattle; unincumbered. For price
and terms address owner. I. tl. Weant,
SEND for free list of Minnesota farms.
(30 to $76 per acre. Minnesota Land
Agency, Court Blk.. St. Paul, Minn.
South Minnesota land from CO to
S90 per acre; terms, $1,500 to $5,000 down
and balance at ft to (i per cent. Write
for llHt. B. O. Bcnumann, Ida drove, la.
200-ACRH farm for $1,850. 4 ml. R. R.
town In German neighborhood; level land;
black soil, 15 to 20 feet to best water, 0
In cultivation; good schools and churches;
corn went last year 50; oats CO; potatoes
240 bushel per ucro; 300 ml. from Omaha
Sample of corn and oats here. 414 Barker
Block, Omaha Neb.
320 ACRES, 8 miles from Hymore, S. D.
Good "-room house, barn 150x80 feet with
hay mow for 75 tons of hay. Two hog
pastures fenced with woven wire. Good
well with water piped In house. 1C0 acres
In cultivation, balance pasture. Lays level
und excellent soli. Price $45 per acre;
$6,000 to $8,000 down. MARY SEYBOLD,
217 McCague Bldg., Omaha. '
BARGAIN Sl.SOO, half section of rich
deep valley land In Utah, near markets,
half cash, balance long time. Address
E 311, Bea office.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OK WEST
OMAHA. April 2h 1J13-
Although final prices for wheat options
yesterday were, somcwhnt under the clpso
of Tuesday, this does not argue anything
Important against the Improved fefL!"K
on the buying side of the market. The
leacllon at the, close was In the nature
or conseivatlvc profit-taking, duo to the
very flattering figures given out by J.
Oobum of Kansas, suggesting a posslmu
harvest of 1W.O0O.C00 bushels or over for
the state. The best support under wheat
Ht this tlmn Is bneed on the belief that
prices In this country arc relatively much
cheaper than In Canada and Argentina,
the chlof competitors of the United Staes.
ns shown by quotations nt Winnipeg and
Huenos Aire. There Is llttlo doubt but that
Important export sales nro made day
after day and not reported, or given out
twenty-four or forty-eight hours atter
the buslnrsH Is closed.
All foreign markets showed considera
ble snap nt h'gher prices yesterday
MiipnnR a ri. linen., it rt ami nn iiiiciiiK.
An Imnurtnnt Hm olvon nut to the tr.t'lc
yesterday was the estimate of Argentina
shipments at the low figure of 2,400,1X0
bushels, less than half the average sup
plies from that quarter since the first of
Stocks of wheat at Minneapolis have
iWrriiHoil Rlvum h-.iitnW sn fur this week
Messages from tlmt nuarter said tliu big
mills took 500.000 busheU of wheat out
of their elevators yesterday. Truders
realize that the crop promise at this time
Is fine, being helped by the recent rains
west of the Mississippi river. They are
also awaro that any chango In commons
will be on the side of the buyer. Imports
sales will be a hull help ulso. Cash wheat
l.iin lip hlelinf-
The price of .May corn flattened to fi-c
under vprv modprnfn miles at the opening
yesterday, then had a strong turn to
55o the last hour on some aggressive.
Imvlncr hv imp of Dm 1)1 it houses, and
weakened to 55e at the close. Shipping
Kttnvi tiiiHhelit anil char
ters from Chicago to Buffalo were 300,000
bushels. The casn market, iiiruumioui
tin- poiintrv xhnwed verv little snap, ana
advices fiom eastern points said that
both tbe east and the south had all tno
prittl, -nm f),n pntllrl hnmllp fur the OTPS
ent. Cnsh corn was unchanged to 0
The action of the oats market whs not
Important yesterday. Shipping sales of
about 200.000 bushels were reported at
Chicago. Cash oats were unchanged.
Clearances of wheat and flour were G74,
rvY Hi. mm. K.ftl till oats. 35.000 till.
Wheat at Liverpool closed UtTfid
higher; corn, unchanged to tl lower.
1'rlmarv wheat receipts were 520,000 bu.
and shipments 1,158,000 bu., against rc
ppIiiIh nf 2S!.ono bu. and shipments of oi3,-
000 bu. last year. ..
Drimurv rnrn rerp nts were 310.0CW bu
and shipment 577,000 bu.. against receipts
of 444,000 bu. and shipments of ros.wo uu,
Prlmarv oats receipts were 76.COO bu.
and shipments 801,000 bu., against re
ceipts ot 364,000 bu. and shipments of 601,-
000 bu last eyar.
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful oitsn-tion.
Lire stock Comralaalou Merchants.
BYERS BROS. & Co. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. 2Z2 Exchange Bldg.
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
RAIYWAV TIME CARD.
UNION STATION Tenth mid Muaon
CblcnKo A Northwestern
. KOUTUUOUND. .
Twin City Bxprew 7:4 am
Dakota l'aianzer l 7:11 am
Sioux City local il::ipm
Mlnntiota Eiprtta a 7:00 pm
Dakota Eipr 7:00 pm
Twin City l.lmltod a 1:00 cm
Denr Special a 1:00 am
Carroll local a 7:01 am
Hawkay BiPrcaa a 7:40 am
Chicago Local al3::o pm
Carroll Local... ......a 4:30 pni
Cnlpsto Special..... .... a 1:09 pm
Ban Kranclaco Mraltea a 6:J5 pm
Omltnd LlmlttiJ a l:oo pm
Ore.-Waah. Umltil a t:b0 pm
Loa Anl Limited all:16 pm
a 1:00 am
a 10:10 am
a 7:30 am
a C:00 pm
al I :st pm
a 3:ss pm
a 7:to am
a 7:30 am
a :is am
St. Good residence.
BUY FROM OWNER
1814 Evans St.. 1 block from car. Three
rooms downstairs and ftrplace; four bed
rooms upstairs; sun room and bath; beam
ceilings; 8-foot brick basement. Lot 50x
125-front and back yard; all sod; large
garage. Now occupied by owner. Newly
Completed, built for home. For further
Information call at 1814 Evans.
CATTLE ranch in Wyoming with
stock. $25,000. Flour mill In Alabama, a
bargain. $7,500 ; 600-acro cotton farm In
TexaV. $20,000. An apartment house In
Denver. Colo.. $10,000. Address O. M.
Brown. Artesla. N. M.
KOUNTZE Place; 7 rooms; modern;
reasonable terms. Webster 4212.
ACUBAGK FOR SALE.
Some especially good bargains in i.
10 20 and 40-acre Improved tracts, espe
clally In 20 and 40-acre tracts. Possession.
ORIN a MERRILL CO
111J-1214 City NaUonal Bank Bldg.
THE WALLA WALLA VALLEY,
Washington, presents at the present tlms
a most attractive field for tha Investor
and homeseeker. This section has never
experienced a cyclone, hurricane, tornado
or flood. A diversified district, whers
the small tract 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 Commercial
Club. Walla Walla, Wash.
REAIj ESTATE IaOANH.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly, F. 1).
Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
LOANS on farms and Improved clly
property, 6, 5V4 and t per cent: no delay.
J. H. Dumont & Co.. 1803 Farnam St
WANTED City loana
W. Farnam Smith & Co..
1220 Farnam BL
UA,i' AVi Dauo' Omaha Nat. Bank.
"nwMKR LEAVING CITY.
RtrleUv modern 6-room home, corner
in? two blocks from car line and Hans
r.orV.rk. 1W S. 31st Bt. Tel. Har. 1913.
r nnAlN for cash, modern 6-room . cot-
tage on Vinton St. Address t. 7oJ. nee.
- ut.ni Til modern cottage. 2 blocks
Amea car; $300. balance monthly,
A D 8TRACT8 OF TITLE.
oTTTrri Abstract Co., oldest abstract of;
rSWRi&tSE: Brandal. Theater.
FARM & ItANUH LANDS FOtt 8 A LB.
nAT.TirOHNIA lana excursions 1st and
avtIV RrAlth CO. 815 City Nat. Bk.
California's im.dvrn Uv ln.
steam and electrlo roads between Los
Angeles and Its harbor. For information
relative to Its business opportunities,
factory Bites and real estate Investments,
which equal those of the early diys of
Gary and Hammond. Ind. See or wilte
Karl Brehme, 515 Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Our references: Any railroad or leading
bank in Caliloinla.
MONEY To loan on business or
dence properties, $1,000 to $500,000.
w. H. T11UMAB, zzs ntate tiank uiug.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farina.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1018 Omaha National. Douglas 2711
MONEY TO LOAN
ON OMAHA HOMES.
J. H. Mithen Co.,
921 CITY NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
Uocoln-Dallas v....a 1:00 am a 8:80 pm
Uncoln-Lonf Pine .i l:llpm alOns pm
Hatlnia-Suprlor b 1:18 pm b 6:10 pm
Dcadwooa-Hot Sprtnza a 3:65 pm a t;lo pm
Casper Lander a pm all:M am
Alblon-Oakdale b 6:30 pm b 1:3 pm
Chlcngo, SlllvrnoUee A St. Paul
Paririn Limited a 7:&0 om atiK .
Cbloago special a 6:00 pm a 7:I am
California Mall a JiOO pm a 1.21 tm
Chicago uayiuni opoci.i a mo am all:4S rm
n.mer-rortUnd Special a &;00 pm ill. 45 nm
rerry local a :S0 am all :0 am
Chicago, hock AMinnu & I'nclflc
Amount. I Inc.
Ph lade t hin
Salt I-ako Cltv.. ..
i OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET!
Fricet on Cattle Show Little or No
HOGS A BIG FIVE CENTS HIGHER
Mhrrp In t.laht Receipt, lint l.lliernl
Hun of l.nmlis Demand (load
nnil Prices Arc JMcaily
SOl'TII OMAHA. April . t3.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Offlrlal Monday 3.KR3 6.9S0
Official Tuesday 3,376 9.245
Official Wpdtlnartav . . K .YM S.67Q
Official Thursday 3.326 6,139
Lstimato Frldai- eor. 6.3W
Five ilnvii trila u..l 1S 17 .-r. J70 41.057
Snme day last week. 16,337 43.9 43,710
name days z wks ago..IM7
Mime davs 3 wka njn .11 y7i 52.93 33.411
Same da.vs 4 wks ruro..l5.204 43,214 24,520
nnln days ust vear.. 14.750 56. 4W 37.()iO
The follow Inir tabln shows tho receipts
or cattle, nogs and aneep at South ennana
for tha year to date, cumtmreri with lAst
Vear: I9li. mil Inc. Dea
Cuttle 291.7M 311,936 , 20.14S
Hogs 935.5rt3 1.217.164 28l,Cil
Sheep 7IS.9C2 720.781 5,171
The following table shows the range ot
Prices for hogs at South Omaha fur in
last :ew aoya with comparisons:
Date. UU. 11912.11911. 1910.mo9.190S.l07.
12 g B4U 7 561 6 85 9 7 6 W
9 Ol 7 011
6 90) Oil 6 99
& 641 6 U
Corn unil Whent Ileirlon Ilnllrlln.
united States Department of Agricul
ture, weather bureau. fnr rimnh.
Neb., for tho twenty-four hours nmllnar nt.
a, in.. 75th meridian timr. ltviAnv. inrii
"X 11114. f ' '
OMAHA DISTRICT STATIONS.
Receipts and disposition nf live stock
nt tho union Stock yards. South Omaha,
neo., ror last twonty-rour hours ending
ai a o ciock yesterday:
RKCE I PT8-CA RS.
Cattlo. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
Chicago lca! PaaaaDiar..
Chlcaso Day Eipreee
Cblcaao Kiprsss.. ..........
Ttoekr Mountain Limited.
.a 1 11 am
..a 4:10 pm
..a 1:06 am
n. Mnlnei uocai raaMniera cm
Cblcaso-Nebratka Llmltnl ...ae;03pm
Cblcago-Neb. Ltd. to L.iucoin.a 1:04 am
Chlcaa-o-Colorado Expreaa a 1:M pm
Oktaboma & Teiaa Eipre.a...a Ills pm
Itocky Mountain Limited all:17 pm
Oierland Limited a 1:00 am
California Mall a 1:S0 pm
Portland & Pucet Sound Exp. .aU-KS am
ixii Anaelea Llmttea
an Kranclaco Limited
North riatU Local
Grand Ialand Local
Twli Clty EPw
Omaha . In1 Eiprtaa...a 1:30 Pm
Mall and Eipreia a 7:03 am
itanbfrry.Local (trojn C. D.l.b l.-w pm
K C ft St. Louli Expren....a 1:05 am
' ,. t, at. Loula Bipren.... alias pm
jcl C Bt- Loula Llmlted...alO: am
.a 7:33 am
.a 3:30 pm
.a 1:45 am
.a 1:45 am
.a 1:15 am
.....a a:io pm
Limited a 1:10 pm
.a (:30 am
.a 7:44 am
.a I:Oo pm
a S:00 pm
a 1:40 pm
a 1-00 am
a S:lT pm
a 4:00 pm
all :10 am
a 3:57 am
a 7:4S pm
a 6:45 pm
a 1:15 am
a 4:00 pm
all. 00 pm
a 7:00 am
a 4:00 pm
a 7:35 pm
a 1:M pm
a IMS pm
b 1:20 pm
a 1:10 am
a 1:15 am
a 7:00 am
a 6:45 pm
Kansas City i
St. Louis ,25
Omnbn Cnsh Prices.
UHIPAT-Nn 9 linril. S76f87liC: NO.
1,-rrt RfffMMWo; No. 4 hard. 838ci No.
i ...rlnir KVHRT.HJn: No. 4 snrlng. 84tl84lc
No. 2 durum. 80S9Wc: No. 3 durum, Wt
'rirjNMn. 2 white. tSMCMic: No.
white. otVitlSSc; No. 4 white. 63n63V4c: No
2 yellow, 66c: No. 3 yellow, 64'AH641c
4 ve now. t:Bnc; io. i, uiv-uu'tt
5K!j54Vici No. . 53Q64c
(JATS No. 2 white, 33V4& 340; standard,
33Ho; No. 3 White. 334c; No. 4 white 33c.
I1ARLEY Malting, 64SC2Hci No. 1 feed,
4lRYE-No. 2, 57H(S58c: No. 3. B7057H?.
Tho following ciiBh sales wero reported
'"WHEAT No. 2 hard, winter: 1 car.
87ic. No. 3 mixed: 1 car, S6V4c. No. 3
durum: 1 car. SS4c. No. 4 sprlngi'l car,
81OATB-Standard: 1 car, 33V4c No. 3
white: 8 cars, 33UC- No. 4 white: 1 cor,
CORN No. 3 white: 2 cars, 55c; 2 cars.
Riiip N'n. 4 whlto i car, iwc. Io.
yellow. 3 cars. 65c. No. 2 mixed
64V4C. No. a mixeci: 1 car, ou
in xcd: 1 car, 64cj 1 car, &3ftc.
1 nVfcNo. 2: 1 car, 68c; 1 car, 6T4c.
CHICAGO GRAIN AN5J PROVISIONS
Frntnrrs f the Trndlnic nnil Closlnsr
Prlnrs on Ilonril of Trade.
CHICAGO, April 25.-Export talk today
gavo wheat a net uplllt of UHo to W
&in rnm nt thn close was unchanged
to UOHo off; oats suffered a net decline
of Wtft'tc to c and provisions closed at
2V4c to 15c lower.
Renewal or oiscussion conceiiuiw mmo
npprla for wheat In Europe and estimates
that a great part of It, with the European
situation ns it is, musi co no uom
America, was accompanied with speciric
.i.i.m.nt Ihnt morn tlulll 1.600.000 bush
els had been worked In tho lust few days
for export from New xork. t ears maw
some harm to growing wheat had come
from frosts last night, In Nebraska.
Kansas and western jowa anu oiwbuuii.
added to the bullish Hentlmeni, as aia
the unsettled European politician situa
tion brought buoui oy tno ocuian inci
dent. Tho market showed strengin ncariy
all day, temporary depressions on prum
taking being followed by good rallies.
July showed a bit of weakness just ai
tho close, but Alay held steady. The Argen
tine situation was a tacior ui mo uy
Influenco. A cut of 3,000,000 bushels In
the Argentine vlsime was noieci.
Mmirv recptnts of wheat today were
526,000 bushels against 23,00 bushels last
year. weaDoara ciearuntcn oi nrm uu
flour equal oii.iw dubiicib.
Declines ul Kansas vuy una umuiin
depressed corn here. Expectation or
larger offerings also had a weakening
tendency, uais casca on on h mri,u m-
creaso In receipts.
Rpliini? nressuro w bed out the small
advance scored by provisions at tho start
and the entire list closed weak. Strength
In cash products gave me rumre niumei
about tho only show of vitality It had.
Futures closed as rouows;
Ashland. Neb.. 48 31
Auburn. Neb... 63 33
IVken Bow, Nb 54 32
Columbus, Nb. 65 31
Culbortson. Nb 60 3S
Folrbury, Neb.. 66 31
Fairmont, Neb. 63 31
Or. Island, Nb 55 35
Hartlngtop, Nh 50 32
Hastings. Neb., 62 35
Holdregc, Nob. 72 35
Lincoln. Neb... 62 87
No. Platte. Nb 66 30
Oakdale, Neb.. 63 33
Omaha. Neb.... 48 38
Tekainah, Neb. 48 36
Valentine, Nb, 51 30
Alta, la 44 33
Carroll. Ia 45 34
Clarlmla. Ia 31
Sibley, la 44 30
Sioux City, Ia. 4? 36
Minimum tcmperaturo for
period ending at 8 a. m.
. . N,hot -Temp,- Rain-
District. niauons. mgh. Low. fall.
uoiumnus, u is
Ixiulsvlllo, Ky.. 22
Indla'polls, Ind.. 14
Chicago, III 24
St. Louis, Mo... 19
Des Moines, Ia. 22
Knn. City, Mo.. 26
Omaha, Neb 17
C. M. &. St.
Mo. Paclflo Ry
union Pacific Ry..
C. & N. W., east..
C. & N. W., west..
C. St. P. M. & O...
C. II. & Q., cast....
C. B. & Q.. w.vit..
Illinois Central Ry
C. O. W. Ry
Total receipts 24
Morris & Co. ....
Swift & Co
Uudahy Packing Co...
Armour & uo
J. W. Murphy
K. P, Co
a o. p. Co. ...
W. B. Vansant Co. ..
Hilt A Son
F U. Lowla
'Huston & Co
J. B. Root & Co
J. II. nulla
McCreary & Kellogg
Werthcitner & Dcgen
Cllno & Chrlstlo
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
llngton Station Tenth Jk aiasor.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros
nliver ft California
CITY LOANS, Bcmls-Carlberg Co..
310-312 Brandeis Theater Bldg. ,
HARRISON & MORTON. 916 Om. Not.
MONEY on hand at lowest rates, for
loans on Nebraska farms and Oinaua
city property In any amounts.
' H. W. BINDER.
ICS City Nat. Bank Bldg.
WANTED TO II try.
JOIN our personally couducted excur
sion to SINNV CALIFORNIA Our spe
cial train will make stops at Denver, Salt
Lake, Ban 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 Brehme. 515 Bee Bldg.
FINE CATTLE PROPOSITION.
18.000 acres, fine land, on railroad. In
one solid body, all under fence; an Ideal
cattle, proposition offered at a very low
f'oe. H. J. Cloud, 1639 Champa SL, Den
ii' i VTrrnjin nr. W.. l a a
H Ailil4 W UUJT O, I rfll IIlUriKtUaD Uli ' ar.a
lnul1. ri.akn fi 1 m nnf ..rt 1 a.ln. 1 JVa -
IliniUQ s 1 1 eta ttta , vj lUlfllii tu I tnl vSlulU '
for 12.600. Selby, 436 B. of T. Bldg, Tel.
Uncoln Voa ....
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.all IS pm
..a 4.20 pm
. .a f :30 pm
b l pm
.-a 4:35 pm
.-a 1:16 am
a i:oo am
a t:30 .a
a 1:43 ,m
a 3:43 pm
a 7:0o am
uiu zo am
a :0 am
a 1:50 am
a 1.-40 pm
ii .19 pm
a Ills pm
a 1:04 am
a 4:50 am
a 1:10 pm
Dulgoft 2d hand store pays highest prlees
for furniture, clothes, shoes. Web. 1607.
BE8T prices for furniture. Call D. 7W. 1 -,.,
..I.: ., k Sloui City ree'.
Webster Station ltJth and Webster
Chlcasro, 81. J'anl, Minneapolis
WOULD like to buy a five or six-room i Li citr Paaicncer
nouse to ue iiiuveu un a iui. una in ine
neighborhood of 24th and Clark preferred.
Telephone Red 430L
D. h055. Quick buyers of furniture.
Sail every Saturday to and from
NEW YORK LONDONDERRY
. .b 2:25 pm
. b l:2S am
..b 1:00 pm biVlo'am
Ml. -55 an.
a l:J6 pm
Sioux City Paitenjer.
Emeraon Acroromodetlon .
Auburn Local b 1:30 pm blO:4S am
a dally, b dally except Sunday, e Sunday only.
LONDON, April 25,-The 13,014 bales
offered at the wool auction sales today
were principally cross breeds, which were
quickly sold to the home trade and the
continent at firm prices. Germany took
tho bulk of the Funta Arenas offered at
Ocean passage 7 days. Moderate rates. I i" " """"" " y"
For book of tours. .rates, etc. apply to, 8t LOriS. April 25.-WOOL-Bteadv
HbNUbKHUN xJUUintrnH, medium grades, combing and clothing. 23
Gen't Agts.. 138 N. I Salle SL. Chleago. e2fcc. light fine. ISflSl.-j heavy fine, m
jix mi iivuiu iiuum, i lie, iud watnea, sioooc.
Freezing temperatures were
thn upper Misslsslnnl and unner MlxaniiH
valleys last night, nnil lights frosts were
general In eastern Nebraska and western
Iowa, nnd also occurred at points In
Kansas aim Aiissouri, ine frosts wsre
light In thn lower valleys and no tna-
icriai aamago was caused.
T. A ttc.f til r
v. i, .uimii, i .
Lnrnl P'orppnnlpr. Wnnll. u,..i
Kansas City Grain nnd Provisions
KANSAS CITY, April 25. WHEAT
Cash: No. 2 hard. 8WWXc; No. 3, Kia
8DWe; No. 2 red, ll.00fcl.04; No. 3, 90c
CORN-No." 2 mixed, 56Vic: No. 3. Kc
No. 2 while, DOUc; No. 3, 55ft5C,ic.
OATS-No. 2 , white, WMljSJc; No. 3
. Closing, prices of futures:
W 1 1 EAT M ay. 8674c; July, S)(e.
CORN May, 55c; July, 54T4c.
OATS-May. 35035140; July, S4?ic.
1 1 AY Unchanged.
Bl'TTER-Creamery. 34c: firsts. 33c;
aeconoB, .wc, iniuHiiiK, tc.
EGGS Firsts, 18o; seconds, 13c.
POl'LTRY-Hens, WAc; roosters,
St. I.onls General Market.
ST. LOUIS, April 28. WH EAT Cash :
No. 2 red, ii.itwn.iz; No. 2 hard, 9304c.
CORN-No.'2, MWttbW. No. t white,
OATS-No. 2. 35o; No. 3, S6H837c,
Closing prices of futures;
WH EAT May, SOc; July. 90c.
CORN May, 64Hc; July, 65Hc.
OATf May, 3l',ic; July, 31c.
RYE Unchanged; 62c.
POULTRY Steady: chickens, 14c;
springs, 18c; turkeys, 16o; ducks, 12c;
BUTTER Weak; creamery. 2ftffS3c.
EGGS Higher; 17c.
CATTLE Recelnts of rattle nil told
consisted of only twenty-four cars, which
means tnnt there were really not onougn
of any one kind to make a real test of
the market or fix quotations. For tho
week roce Pts foot un 16.1C7 head, being
about 2(0 head larger than last week and
not quite.' z.uw head larger than tor tue
corresponding week a yeur ago. To make
anotner comparison rece nts una week
have baen the largest, with the slngls ex-
ctPtlon of last week, ror some time nncK.
lieet steers toriay were uuotcu as nom
limlly steady, them not being enough to
nnllv pall It n marknt. Amonr tho of-
icrings was naming gooa, tue nest sioere
helnir onlv Kood unouirh to bring 18.10.
Hie decline during tho last two days has
wipeti out an inn aavance mauo on Aion-
da' and Tuesday, putting the market
back to where It was at tho low time a
The m&rkot on cows ntul liolfer wan
steady with yosterduy, but the market
Thursday was i.ic anu in somo cases Jc
lower than the high day Tuesday.
There were no slockers anu feeders
hero todily and the receipts have beoil
light till tho week, while prices have re
mained steady, .
(juotations on i.attie jooa to cnpice
beef steers, 13.2013.75; fair to good beet
steers, t7.90O8.20; common to fair beet
taers. wr.teifj.w; gooa to cnoice neiiers,
17.2608.00; good to choice cows, 86.767.60;
fair to good grades. S8.8508.5O; common to
fair grades. JI.OOfli.M: good to cliolcc.
Blockers and feeders, 7.60S.25: fair to
good stockers and feeders, t6.764f7.60;
common to fair stockers and feeders.
l6.2S(ia.76: stock cows ana neiiers, ib.oom
7.00; veal calves, 17.00C9.76; bulls, stars,
S 57 Lj
.310 10 1 l-
SHEKP'-Recelnts showed nn Incrensa
over Thursday and were quite liberal for
a Friday, ss soma 33 cars, or 9.178 head,
wero received. . It was the largest run
for a Friday slnco the second week In
March. Thers worn 14 cars' of Colorado
lambs and around 8 cars of clipped lambs
iniu wero yaraeti oniy tor recu ana water
win ia on tneir wav to nn eastern nnint.
leaving only nbotit a dozen loads for tho
local trade. With the exception of ono
load of Montana sheep, most of which
wero wethers, tho local sumilv consisted
entirely of lambs, and these were mostly
cilppo.il, mere being only a couple or
bunches of pooled offerings on sale. .
in ninifl ui inn ihci innv enriy auvicrn
from other markets were hv tin means
bullish the bulk of today's offerings
moved readily at steady to stronR prices.
Thn market opened In good season, and
practically everything on sale was cleared
ai an cany nour. tine load or lamos.
being mostly native Cotorados and av
eraging 78 pounds, brought 1.75. Sales
of clipped offerings Included a couple of
loads of light weights that changed
hands at 37.75, tbp for tho day and Identi
cal with the highest price on Thursday
. .... l. - ' . l. . .. - I .... I .. -o
iiiinviii ol aioiiuiiiiL itvjni'B eiBini!K io
pounds was taken by a feeder buyer At
As noted abovo only one load of mut
tons was offered and Ihey were mostly
wethers which brought IS.bO, with a cut
of 100 head.
Trade for thn week has been reaturca
with fairly liberal receipts and satisfac
tory markets on most days. lumb values
havo recovered fully from last week's
sharp decline and are now 30U40c higher
than me Closo or last weea. no ie
muttons have been In evidence all the
week that values have undergone liltii'
If any chango from a week ago.
Oiintntlona nn sheen and lamos: UOOti
to choice Mexican lambs, 18.G0S.90; fair
to good Mexican lambs, ts.lotfl.SO; good
to choice western lambs, JS.S54iS.63; fait
to good western lambs, 13.2M(a.35; shorn
lambs. 37.6W7.76: feeder lambs, t7.75
8.35; yearlings, light. 37.35(07.76: yearlings,
heavy, t7.lMt7.36; wethers, good to choice,
t.757.00; wethers, fair to good, W.S5JI.
6.76; ewes, good to choice, K. 71,
ewes, rnir to gooa, vo.?utjv.; cuns ana
106 wool lambs , 79
3CT, shorn lambs 73
13 spring lambs
142 spring lambs 66
iss fed ewes ki
90 Montana feeder lamos
1 SI Montana fader lambs, ....... 7
219 Montana, shorn lambs SO
116 Montana shorn liimns ,,, 77
19 Montana shorn lambs o
99 Montana cull minus im
170 Montana owes nnd welhers.101
127 Montana owes and wethers. 102
30 cull ewes and wethers 94
623 shorn lambs S3
I lilenuo iiire sioeu jnsrxri.
CHICAGO, April 2o. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 1,000 head; market steady: beeves,
t7.3OQO.20; Texas steers, t.SOfp7.90: west
erns, z(,uo2jn,iu; nioeHorn unu leeners, 40. j
ffS.10: cows and heifers, S3.90fl8.40; calves,
HOGB luooipts. ii.ww noau; market,
strong to Ml'lOo higher; bulk ot sales.
t8.rWfJA.se ; light. t8.80H9.10; mixed, $8.704J
9.00; heavy, t8.65C8.924i rough, S$.6u3$.70;
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 12.000
head; market alow) native, lC.0Ofl7.15,
western, S.2&4p7.25; yoarllngs. S150417.90:
lambs, natlvo, t6.6oije.90; western. S7.00JP
July. j 20 00
Artlclel Open.l Hlgh.i Low. Close.l Yesy.
10 671 10 97
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No, 2 red,
tl.OMll.10: No. 3 red. tl.0lttl.06; No. 2
hard, 94fo96c; No. 3 hard, SigOIHc; No.
1 northern, 95t(95c; No. 2 northern, 91
iU94c; No. 3 northern, 91V3c; No'. 2
spring. 9Si94e; No, 3 spring. 91&93c; No.
4 spring. i&tjOOc. velvet chaff, r096c;
durum, 95ci(tl 00. Corn: No, 2, 66f(6bc;
No. 2 white. 5S668c, No. 2 yellow. 664
57c: No. 3. 65&WC: No. 3 whlto. 67fl6ic;
No. 3 yellow, 666660; No. 4. 64S64c; No.
4 white, 56c; No. 4 yellow, 64064u. Oats
No. 2 white, 36i?37c: No. 3 white, Soto
35ic; No. 4 white, 347j85c; standard, 36
34c. Rye: No. 2, 82iS3c. Barley, 44
StOc, Seeds; Timothy, t2.S5fi3.65; clover,
116.0021.00. Provisions: Pork, tl9.77;
lard 111 15t ribs. 11100811.75.
BUTTER Ixiwer; creameries, 27090c.
EGGS Firm; receipts, 34,451 cases; at
mark, cases Included, 17U18c; ordinary
firsts, 16V.W16T4C. firsts, 17U&17KC.
POTATOES Mostly higher, receipts, 30
cars; Michigan, 36M40c; Minnesota, 30
36c Wisconsin, 32Q40c,
POULTRY - Live, steady chickens and
springs, 17c .
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 23. WHEAT I
May, 89c: July. 91Wilc; September,
P2tiS2'ic. cash. No. 1 hard. 92c: No. 1
northern. 90"MJ91)ic; No. 2 northern. 8S
t:'.t.r; tin, i hard Montana, aivfcc; wo, 3,
FLOUR Firsts patents,, t1.30a4.60: sec
ond patents, t4.15ft4.60; first clears, t3.J0
3.40; second clears, (i.waz.ru.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 65fl6c.
OAT8-N0. 3 white. J2Vrl3,324c.
RYE No. 2. 6256C
BARLEY 4 2fj42Ho
LlTrrpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL, April '25. WHEAT Spot.
steady; No. 2 Munltoba, 7sl0d; No. t
Manitoba, 7s9V4d. Futures, very firm;
May, 7s9id; July, 7s7d; Octobor,
CORN Spot, firm; American mixed,
new, 6s Id: new kiln dried. 5s 2d: Amert.
can mixed, old, via Galveston, 6s 8d. Fu
tures, steady; May American mixed,
us 1:111; juiy ia j-iaia, ds i?a.
PEOniA. III.. April S. CORN-No. 2
white, Mc; No. 3 white, 656&c; No.
z yellow, boti'aooc; rno. 3 yellow, 66c.
OaTS No. 2 white, ic; No. 3 white,
NEW YORK, Apil! 25.-METAIJ4-Steudy;
standard spot, July, 114.87
iu..n', eieciroiyiic, io. 10; lake, su.a7Vi;
castings. 115.60. Tin firm: spot. April and
May. t49.CD3VW.00; June; June, J49.00t7i
49.37: July, f.6OtH9.0O. Lead steady at
14.45, Did. spelter quiet al Sl.liM&fci. Antt
mony dull; Cookson s, S9.00. Iron steady
and unchanged. Copper arrivals, 345
tons; exports this month. 30,900 tons, Lnn
don copper, firm; spot, 81 15s; futures.
67 16s. Local exchange sales of tin
were 20 tons. London tin, firm; spot,
228; futures. 222 10s. London lead, 18.
London spelter, 26 10s. iron, Cleveland
warrants. 67s In London.
ST. LOUIS. April 28. METALS Lead
weaker, at 14.37. Spelter, quiet, at 15.60.
NEW YORK. April 25.-COFFEE Fu
tuns opened steady at a decline ot 3 to
9 points under scattering liquidation. The
offerings, however, were soon absorbed
and the market firmed up on covering
and moderate support from trade sources.
The close was steady. Hales were 109,000
bags. April, lo.vuc; May, 10.S2C: June,
11.02c; July, 11.14c; August, 11.24c; Sep
tember, October and November, 11.34c;
December. 11.36c: January. 11.37c i-enru
ary, 11.88c; March, 11. 40c. Spot coffee,
quiet; Rio 7s, HVc; Santos 4s, 1313Uc;
mild, dull; Cordova, 1417c, nominal.
NEW YORK. April 25.-SUOAR-Raw.
steady, muscovado, 2.86f2.89c, centrifugal,
U36tt3.39cc, molasses, 2 6102.61c. Refined,
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
s is 1...
5 SO 1...
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COWH AND HEIFERS.
St. I.onls Lire Block Market.
ST. IiOUIS, April 25. CATTLE Re
ctlpts, 600 head; market steady; native
beef steers, S5.75iZf0.00; cows and heifers,
S4.608.76; stockers and feeders, 15.258.00;
southern steers, tS.255jS.60; cows and hel
lers, 14. 00?(",00; calves, S5.00fJ6.60.
HOGS Receipts. G.O0O hend: market 5e
higher;, pigs and lights, S7.7598.95: mixed
nnd butchers, t8.55ij8.95; good heavy, 18.55
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2,600
head; market steady; native muttons, 15.00
(T7.2&; lamos, (.uu.w.
Sioux Cltr Lire Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, April 25. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 300 head; market steady; natlvn
steers, (7.358.60; cows and heifers, 15.75
7,75; Cahners, S3 .75476. 25: stockers and
feeders, S7.00!ff7li75; calves, &.757.60; bulls,
HOUtt iteceipis, 4,iaju neaa; market
strong to 60 higher: heavy. Ss. 5008.65;
mixed, a.wm.iw; ugnt, xs.mhik.ki: pigs.
S7.25ff7.50; bulk, 18.KfjS.60.
Ht. Joseph Lire Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. April 23. CATTLE Rn-
celpts, 100 hend. Market steady; steers,
S7.25ti8.20; cows anu neiiers, xi.wjqrs.Mi;
HOGS Receipts. 4.KW nean. Market
steady to strong; top, S8.73; bulk of sales,
HIIEKi' AINU IjA.MHM iteccipis, i,avu
head. Market steady; lambs, 17.7568.90.
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7 00 I
7 21 1
t 00 1
7 10 1
7 10 1
7 IS 1
11 7 SO
NEW YORK, April 25.-COTTON-8pot
closed quiet: middling uplandr, 11.85c;
middling gulf. 12.10c. No ssles.
Futures closed stoaay. dosing bids:
April. ll.40o: May. lL33c: June. 11.41c:,
I July. 11.39c; August, Jl.ZVcj September,
11.13c; October, 11.12c; December, 11.14c,
January, ll.OOo; March, ll.lto.
lilVKKI'OOl April 2a. UUTTON
Spot, quiet; prices steady: middling fair,
7.29d; good middling, 6.95d; middling,
6.771; low middling. C61d; good ordinary,
6.27d; ordinary. 6.93d.
100 0 Tt
TOO 7 73
VJ 7 15
771 7 SS
110 0 SO
ItS 0 76
IM 7 IS
... .050 7 40
til 7 50
751 7 CS
19 feeders.. 803 8 00 M feeders.. 916 S 00
HOGS The market opened tnis morn'
Ing on a big 5c higher basis, this being
thn first time this week that any ma
terial advance nas neen maae. iraue
was active from the outset and .by 9:30
o'clock practically everything had been
sold. Shippers anu speculators were
heavy buyers, their purchases amounting
to a very respectable share ot the moa
erate receipts, Towards the closo tho
movement was not quite so activo owing
to the fact that nearly all orders had
been filled, and values In some cases
showed considerable weakness as com
pared with the earlier sales. The bulk
of the hogs sold at H.6MJ-8.W. and sev
era! loads of real good lights brought
the too at 18.(5.
During the xtrst tnree days 01 tne week
tha trend of values was steadily down.
ward, the decline amounting to about 30c,
and while there has been a better feeling
In the trade the last two days, prices
are still 20c lower than at the closo of
Receipts tnis morning consisted of
about seventy-elgnt cars, or 5,340 head,
The total for the wek to date is some
thing like 35.241. being over 8.500 smaller
than for the same days a week ago, and
more than 21.000 Heavier than' for the
corresponding period a year ago,
jo. at. Bh. Pr. No. At. an. Yr.
(0 tU . I M 14 2IS ... 3 SO
St. . .213 SO I SO 71 221 ... t SO
24 211 ... IH IS Ul ... S 64
71 318 120 0 SO SS 211 ... S SO
12.. .310 240 S SO SO 211 10 S 00
S 350 ... 0 50 71 237 ... I 00
43 til 10 I 51 H TO 241 ltO S SO
51 . . .111 ... 1 S1H l 211 40 I 10
S3,. .103 ... S SS 17 Ill SO 0 M
01 311 ... 1SS 75 210 .. S 0
42. . .251 . . I SS 17 301 40 S 00
IT . .117 ... 1 05 71 231 .10 0 tO
23 .210 .. I SS 17 ....230 SO I 00
II ISO M I 56 SI. 130 . 00
TS 251 40 I SS It ITI M IM
ST 115 1 SS 70 til SO 1 SO
01 .2tt 0 S3 75 213 I to
303 1 IS S3 207 0 00
!..,., 2(7 10 I 11 K ::i ... I 00
JOSEPH WILLIAMS GIVEN
A CHANCE TO BE GOOD
"Joe" Williams, the M-ycar-old boy who
confessed to Chief of Detectives Maloney
Thursday that he had forged several
checks on local business houses because
he could find no work and wus too proud
to beg, was turned over by tho court
to Probation Officer Bernstein, whose
desire to give the boy another chance
was Instrumental In securing him Im
munity from a district court sentence.
Williams, who looks to be several.
years younger man no reauy is, nas
been an orphan practically all his life
and has had a pretty tough row to hob,
Notwithstanding this fact he Is well
dressed and from his conversation
seemed to bo possessed ot an education.
"I came to Omaha," he said, "a little
over u week ago alter doing a luuu
work on a farm out In the state, and
when I forged the checks I was desperate
and did not stop to reckon the serious
ness of 4the offense. It will never hap
pen again; I'll starve before doing any
thing criminal to ratso money."
While Williams was In Chief Mo
loney's office he received a good lecture,
from the chief on how futile It is 10
get away with anything against the
law, and how much he had escaped by
the mercy of the court. Before leavlnt
the building with Officer Bernstein he
Insisted on seeing the chief of detec
tives and thanked him for his advice
William was taken to a barber shop,
treated to clean linen and wJJl b
given an opportunity to show his de
sire to work and make a man of himself.
Welsh Ilraila Science Aradeuiy.
WASHINGTON. April !4.-Dr. William
L. Welsh ot Johns Hopkins university
was elected president ot the National
Academy of Sciences hero today at the
closing serslon of the academy a fiftieth