Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1914)
TllK BFK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, .1014.
h?P.. FOfn-PASSKNORR INTERNA.
inr . T . . ecn"nse for good build
dress 3. C. o7t. Omaha Dee.
1 TVO LOTS CLEAR IN 66o'
town South Dakota, price, cash. UK
VtUor, exc.hatige for good onc-karat dla
- -.uigpa c v . bw. umana. nee.
-MO-ACRE RICH, BLACK FARM LAND
J.nastern Nebraska; price, 330.000; want
3M.0OO to .36,009 general mdse. stock, with
, out building. Address S. C, 611, Omaha
WILL EXCHANGE GOOD o-ROOM COT
.jMe at 1828 ufnt St., Omaha, price
tt.800. inc. JiflO. for W.C0O grocery stock or
gents' furnishing stock and shoes. Own
muc met, o. . 1111 an n. xjcc
WANTED DISC PHONOORAPH REC
.. ro'. "lightly used, In perfect condl
won, that are for sale cheap for cash.
wrov ,o. v . wit care uer.
VILL dVVAP GOOD QUARTER a EC
Hon of agricultural land on railroad In
southern South pakota for vacant lot,
house, stock, bonds, or what have you
Have good lot to trade for a first-class
diamond or will buy If bargain for cash.
""" p. oi, umana nee.
Modern but heat. All newly painted
and papered. Oarage. 16xM ft. Cement
walks. Jits., pw. Want WOO cash and
food, light auto or clear lots. 8. C. 669,
TWO CLEAR LOTS PIERRE, S. D.
Good abstract. Price, .1,000. Want gen.
mdse. or auto. Good abstract and war
ranty deed. S. V. 6b. Ilee.
HAVE A ' PRINTOGKAPH MACHINE
,or multiple letter work; prints through
ribbon like typewriter; can use ordinary
punters type, and cuts, also; electric
motor and hand power; cost $335. Will
trado for cheap lot or land, or win con
sider any kind of a reasonable olfer. Ad-
TEAM OF MARES, ONE PORREL THE
uiucr uiucH. hmjui i.iuu ids. uou condi
tion, broke. Will swap for farm machln
ery Address a. C. 502. Bee.
1 HAVE BULL PUP" 1 YEAHToEd";
white, thorouKhbrcd bull, good and
sound; fine, watchdog. Will exchange for
bicycle In good condition. S. C. 602. Bee.
OLD-STYLE SIDEBOARD, RIRD'SEYE
maple with marble top, hand-carved
and a pretty piece of furniture, but bulky.
What have you to exchange? Address
R C 510, Bee.
I HAVE A ONE-TON LIGHT TRUCK.;
make offer. Address S. C. MI. Bee.
I HAVE 40 ACRES FINE OREGON
fruit land; a 6-room cottage, modern ex
cept heat, and a 1913 Overland touring
car. Will trade for anything. Make of
fer. Address 8. C. 623. care Bee.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO SWAP FOR A
set of golden oak quarter-sawed dining
room furniture and a Polar steel range
In good condition? Address S. C. BOO. Bee.
I WANT TO SWAP ROME DISC PHONO
graph records. What have youT Address
S. C. 623. care Bee.
GARDEN TOOLS. AND SHRUBS OF
any kind wanted for house or office
furniture; have roll top desk, two chairs,
chiffonier, leather parlor chair. Address
S V 643, Bee. .
HAVE GOOD OAK DRESSER. COM
mode, ice box and some chairs. Will
consider trade for horse and pay differ
ence, or what have you? First good offer
takea It- Address S. C. M7. Bee.
SECOND-HAND REMINGTON TYPE
writer to swap for good bicycle, and
cash. Address S C 648, Bee.
PRINTING AND PAINTING WANTED
In exchange for dentistry. Address 8.
C. 607. Bee.
WILL TRADE A SEWING MACHINE
for bookcase or buffet. Address S. L.
ONE FIFTEEN - LIGHT ACETYLENE,
What have you? Address S. C. 633.
GAS STOVE, 4 LARGE BURNERS AND
one oven, hardly usea, excellent baker.
vquld like to swap for chickens; prefer
White Rocks. Address 8. C. 601, Bee.
A-NO. 1 SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
. liformcr price $65, for sale or swap. Ad
Afirtaa B. C. 671, Bee.
HAVE TYPEWRITER AND FLAT-TOP
desk; also 4x6 camera; want Turkish
rug, or what have you? Address S. C.
A GOOP BAKERY, WORTH X, FOR
trade. What have -you. Address S. C. 416,
CLEAR LOT SOUTH OMAHA, 25TH
and Madison. Price, $600. Trade for
llgnt auto. Quarantce title abstract. Ad
dress S. C. 667, Bee.
GENUINE MEXICAN SADDLE AND
trappings, .used slightly; will sell cheap
for rajili. fir wIiaI hflvn vnil? AfMrpaa H.
fi 640. Bee.
GOOD SMALL BOY'S BICYCLE FOR
sale or trade; boy outgrew It. What
have you? The bicycle Is in good condi
tion and can be used by boy Wtwoen &
and 9 years of age. Addrecs S. C.540, Br.
iWILL SWAP TYPEWRITER FOR VIC
trola or 3A kodak. Address 8. C. 60s.
WILL SWAP WHITE HOLLAND' TUR
key torn for two turkey hens. Address
S. C. 666. Bee.
COLLECTION OF RUGS TO Ex
change for diamonds or cash Will have
to see rugs to appreciate their value.
Address a. C, 617, care Bee.
iWHA'i' HAVE YOU FOR ELEGANT
mahogany dresser and chlftonler? Ad
dress S. C. 677, Bee.
WANTED TO TRADE PAINTING AND
papering for printing. Adlress 8. C,
WANTED T Y P K W R I T t R, TYPE
wrlter desk, flat top desk filing cab
inet, office chairs; exchange clear lot in
South Omaha; abstract, goal title, Ad
dress Si C. 623. Bee. i
CLEAR LOT FOR ROOMJNU HOUSE
of 10 or 12 rooms. Address it. C. 666, Bee.
,000 CLEAR MDSE. STOCK IN
Omaha, consisting of dry goods, no
tions, hats, gloves, shoes, etc. Fixtures,
$600 only. Want clear Omaha property or
clear land. Will assume it some cash
paid. Good location. Cash business. S.
C. 570, Bee.
ONE DOUBLE-BARRELED ITHACA
hammerless shotgun; good condition;
'will swap or sell. Make offer. Address
S. C. 664. Bee.
INDIAN CimiOS, PRIVATE COLLEC
tlon, genuine buckskin, bead work,
clubs, pipes, etc.;' beautiful and rare dec
orations for den. Will trade or tell. Ad
dress 8. C. 559, Bcc.
I HAVE A GOOD, HEALTHY YEAR
llng colt I would trade for calves. Make
me offer. Address 8. C. 684, Bee.
CLEAR LOT, EXCHANGE FOR ANY
kind of auto In running order. Address
S. C. 678. Bee.
I HAVE A CAMERA OR A DIAMOND
or typewriter or a good watch and cash
for your piano, or what? P. C. 601. Bee.
WANTED TO SWAP A STEAMER
trunk In fine condition for a Morris
chair, or what? Address 8. C. 647, Bee.
AN EDISON HOME PHONOORAPH
with about fifty best records, song and
music, for lot, horse, or what? Address
S. C. 672. Bee.
NEW YOllKjSTOCK MARKET
Responds Strongly to Peeling that
Rate Raise Coming Soon.
POSITION TECHNICALLY STRONG
TrndlnR Thai Far This Yenr No
Heavier Than In 1013, Dr.
pltr Hopes Earlier
llorr. Nth. iIIt IUII (I, IMS
King County. Wh . it, 1MI.. . .
Unceln Nb,, Tr-rllon ,
Onwln (. J, IMS
Molln new Co
MonUIn FUIM T AT
Mount Ayr. I... 1M4
Mtntml Trsmwnr lt n& rtf. (...
New York $ut Rj. 4'H
Omnbi R. U P. Mil
Ciy et Omaha 4H, 1MI
Oimht r. n. m. Ur mi. ..
urain i. ii. ft. nr. rta. i-ai.
Omaha C n. n. A n
Portland. Or.. 4M. 1MJ
Swtft Co. a. mi
8lft Co. ? rr nt ttk
Sloui CHy Steck Yrd (I. 1M0 . .
gloui air Stotk Vardi ptd
Ktnllt school , UR
Union Stick Yarda. Omaha . ........
V'tah r. U Co. Is. 11(1
NEW YORK. March St. The extent to
which the speculative situation Is bound
up in the freight rates case was indicated
by the course of tho stock market today.
The action of the Interstate Commerce
commission In expediting the rates cast
foreshadowed an early decision, and, as
the financial community expects that the
decision will be favorable to the rail
roads, tho news was construed as dis
tinctly bullish. The market responded
While the upturn waa attributable pri
marily to tho action or the Interstate
Commerce commission, it was Influenced
fundamentally by the strong tochnlcal
position of the market. Professional sell
ing had been carried to a point which
exposed the shorts to successful 'attacks.
In fact the advance began In the late ses
sion yesterday and was resumed at the
outset today before the announcement
that the railroads would be permitted to
complete their testimony immediately.
Other influences were at work on tho
constructive side. Estimates of tho con
dition of winter wheat Indicated a prom
ising outlook. The London market was
more cheerful and American stocks ad
vanced there. London was buyer hero,
taking perhaps 6.0U0 shares.
Despite the hopes for better business
entertained by brokers In the early part
of the week, trading thus far has been
no heavier than In 1918. With the close
of the market today the first quarter of
the year ended. During that time tran
sactions in stocks were about 2l,003,WO
shares, compared with 22,600,000 shares
last year. Bond sales this year were I
about 218,000,CO0, compared with IKVWW I
in 1913. !
Bonds shared only In slight degree tho
general strength In tho stock market.
Total sales, I2,70,000. United States bonds
declined from V to tt on call.
Number of saiea aim leuaing quotations
on stocks were;
Sal. Hlili. Lrfw. Cloi.
,1 IIW -f TCI' ?U.
London Stook Market.
I.ONDON. March 31-American securi
ties were nulet and featureless during the
early trading today. At noon price
ranged from unchanged to V above parity.
CONSOLS-For money, T61S-1S; for ac
count. 7-l-l: Union Pacific, 1MV.
SILVER Bar, steady. KVd,
MONEY UB1!4 per cent; short bills.
lTi per cent; three months, IK ler cent.
OMAHA, March 1 -Bank clearings for
Omaha today wore 2,tS,0TS.rV. and for the
corresponding day last year, j:,811,177.4.
NEW VOItlC GENERAL MAIIltKT
300 lMt 109 100
i.too uis m.
HAVE J800 EQUITY IN COTTAGE;
will exchange for a J to, or what? Ad
dress S. C. 676, Bee.
TO 8 WAP ONE 3-DRAWBR 6X8 CARD
cabinet for typewriter. Address 8. C.
1 HAVE A FEW CITY BUILDING LOTS
to swap for a good truck or high-grade
automobile. 8. C 620, Bee.
WOODEN LETTER FILING CABINET,
3 drawers, to swap for an office chair.
Address 8. C. 603, Bee.
GOING AWAY. TRADE REMINGTON
visible typewriter, almost new, for dia
mond or article can use. Addresa S. C.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE FOR
small Round Oak heating stove used
only one month? Complete with pipes
and an extra set of grates. Address S.
C. UX, Bee. .
NEW HAMMOND TYPEWRITER. COST
$90. Changed work so cannot use. Will
trudo or sell. Address S. C. MS. Bee.
ALL-STEEL RANGE AND FURNITURE
for swap or sale. Make offer. Address
S. C. 5TB, Bee.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Market Pressure Brings About Re
cession, of Wheat Prices.
CORN ALSO SUFFERS LOSSES
Yellow Cereal Takes a Slump, 'ltl
the Bnylns Power More an
More on the AVane Oals
Go Little loner,
No. 4 yellow, l car, 64V4c No. 2 mixed,
1 car, 65c. No. 3 mixed, 1 car 65c; 1 car,
1 car, tuc; 3 cars, 64ic; l car, 6(c. No.
4 mixed, l car, 3V4c; 2 cars, 6Wc; 4
.Dmahii Cash Prices AVheat: No. 2 hard.
l6c; No. 3, 83Hs5c; No. 4 hard, 7!c;
No. 3 spring. S5V&6c; No. 4 spring, S3
8(t4c: No. 2 durum, SJS6Hc; No. 3 durum,
V0SoJ4c. Corn: No. 2 white, 655V4c; No.
3 white, 64V4fl65c: No. 4 white. b3rxc; No.
2 yellow, 6465Hc; No. 3 yellow, 4fl6Ha;
No. 4 yellow. 63rtQ64Mo; No. 2, 566c:
No. 3, 63V46c: No. 4, 6263V4. Oats:
No. 2 white, 37438c; standard, J"37He;
No. 3 white, SSJ407c; No. 4 white, 354
36c. Barley: Malting. 6362c; No. I fe
4252c. Rye: No. 2, 68QHo; No. 3, 654
OMAHA, March 31, l)l4-
Wheat suffered price recession of &
fl?c yesterday and was under prelsura
from the opening to the closing o( the
day. Crop rep orts were still most axcel
lent. There was liquidation by the longs
In May and there was liquidation in the
deferred months, together with leavy
putting out of short lines In the fetter.
The buying power was absent, save at
prices where the buyers wero unalle to
eecure a profit.
A feature of wheat market yesterday
was the appearance in the pit of .'ames
A Patten and other big men, wha sold
grain personally. A Boston message
paid -tlhat exporters report cables os dis
couraging and that there are re-feller
of wheat abroad at lo cheaper then can
be made from the eastern seaboard
Cash wheat was HUlc lower.
Corn suffered losses of V46Hc the buy
ing power geting more and more On the
wane.- The speculators, however, who be
lieve In lower prices are' cautious, about
smiting out short lines. Cash markets
throughout the entlro country were lower.
Sales here for the clay were onlf 85,000
bu. to eastern shippers and the. south
western markets all reported business aa
ilat, even at the new low prices. Western
receipts for the day were liberal, t 1,222,
000 bu., while a year ago they wire only
43J.WJ ou. , 1
Cash corn was unchanged to lo lower.'
(jais were jower wiui iuo umtr
and there was a decided heavy feeling.
Cash values were lower In all the: western
markets, with the possible exception of
Peoria and St. Louis. Primary receipts
were heavy- There was some idling of
oats here In a hedging way. Cash sales
were small, 105,000 bushels. The visible
supply decreased 873,000 bushels.
Cash oata were unchanged to He lower.
Holders of hog products, not to be out
done by the holders of grain, were liberal
sellers In th waj- of liquidation. This
waa indulged in not only by the small
Yiojderu, but the large ones as well. The
ouying was tsiow ana cauuou u
defcllned sharply. The only demand was
for pork and ribs on Investment account.
Cash trade was small and boss closed
weak and 10Q15c lower. ,
Clearances; Wheat and flour equal to
HtOOO bushels, all Canadian, corn, -.ow
bushels; oats, 30.000 bushels.
Liverpool close; Wheat, ttd lower; corn,
jd to Sd lower. ro. mn
Primary wheat receipts were 698.000
bushels and shipments 440,000 bdihela last
Primary com receipts were 513,000 bush
els and shipments 636,000 buihels last
Primary oats receipts were 61WXX) bush
els atid shipments 778.000 bushels last
?rell CARLOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Minneapolis, ......, 27
Iuluth ; '
Omaha Jfj S
Kansas City J
St. Louis 1i
WHIIpeg (W "
A year ago toduy was a holida) there
fore no primary movement for that date.
These sales were reported-Whest: No.
3 hard Xer. 1 car. Tic. No. 3 hrd win
ter H car. ilHic; 1 car. 63Vo. No 4 hrd
lrr,.T?. . e tjr, 9 rinriim 1 car.
W,!"r ' No. 4 mixed, T car. S4c.- No J
mixed durum. I car. S34c. No grade,
ar. 7K-. Rye' No. 2. 1 car. 66,c No.
3 "cars. fc Oats: No. 3 white, 10 cars,
3 r No. 4 white. 5 cars. 36ic; 3 cars,
l , No. 3 mixed. I car, 36Hc Ct rn No.
3 white. 2 tars. 66c. No. 4 white 1 car,
ti 1 car. t3Hc 1 car. UKc No 2 ye -
3 cars. 66'-'. 1 car, tor n - J ycl
4 rare. t6-,c, car. 65c, 4 car. 64,ic
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading and Closing;
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. March 31 Kurllc! h.rih
sentiment as to wheat developed today
because of the brilliant crop outlook,
and In consequence of the total lack of
exports. The market had no good re
action and closed heavy a to Ic under
last night. Corn finished HQtic to lc
down, and oats off He to $ic. In pro
visions, the outcome varied from 10c
decllen to an advance of 2Vic.
liquidating sales on tho part of big
holders formed an Important element In
the situation regarding wheat, but ihn
downward pressure was by no means
connneq 10 tongs, an view or further
rains over western Kansas relieving at..
prehension of drought In that region, the
main body of speculators accepted the
crop promises as perfect on the greatest
acreage ever reported for April 1, and
mere was soon evidence that the break
was fast widening, bringing Into action
many stop loss orders.
Corn trade became seml-demorallzed as
a result of the cheapest offers yet frm
Argentine. Besides west bound rail rates
from New York were being cut In some
particulars, and there was no enlarge
ments of the eastern inquiry for corn
from here. It was said that I2,000,0o0
bushels of corn had been sold from Ar
gentine ports for April-May shipment
to Amelrcan markets, and that In ad
dition considerable was coming to the
United States from India. The weak
ness of corn and wheat was too much
for the oats market. Depression was em
phasised by the Dig stock here, and by
per cent Increase of acreage In Okla
homa. Provisions receded with grain. There
was some substantial buying on the de
clines though, believed to be for one of
the leading packers.
Artlclel Open. I Hlgh.l Low. IClosc. IVca y.
May. 81T4 81 90, JU, 9214
July. Si'i hH 86V4 i6H 87V,
May. 67T 6SH Mty 67i 68',;
July. $S',4 6SH 57H 674 6SV
May. 39 39 38 3Sli 3J
July, 33H 30H 38X SHU 38,
May, 2080 SOW SJ 67 20 72 2080
July. 20 87 20 97 10 74 20 60 SO 90
May. 10 45 10 65 10 48 10 17 10 45
July. 10 62 10 H 10 62 0 65 10 62tt
May. U 05 I 11 12 U 00 11 02 It 05
July. U 20 11 27H 11 U 17 U 20
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red
9ig33!4c: No 3 red, M4C No. 2 hard, lz
93Ue; No. 3 hard. JUilic; No. 2 north
ern, B3iSi4c; No. 3 northern, 92f)93c; No.
2 spring. 94c; No. 3 spring, S2J4c. Corn:
No. 2. CSUc: No, S. 65t74c; No, 3 white,
67We68Hc; No. 3 yellow. 65H(8WV4c. Oats
No. 3. white. 3SUff3Se: standard. 39iu
35V- Rye; No. 2, 624c. Barley; 488620
Heeds: Timothy, 3,254.60; clover, li.Vto
12.75. Provisions: Pork, $20.70; lard.
BUTTER-Steady; creameries, l924Hc.
EGGS lower; receipts, 23,2a cases; at
mark, cases Included. 164ff7ic, ordinary
firsts, 1Mi,l7..c, first. IT 174.
CHEESE-Bteady: daisies. 18c; twins,
15i4ii7c: Americas. fl7',0174e: long horns,
POTATOES Steady, receipts 17 cars;
Michigan. Minnesota and Wisconsin, red
60ig65 . Michigan, Minnesota and Wiscon
sin, white. 63fcSe
POULTRY -Alhc hitler prlns. 15t .
AmaUamiUd Coppr ... 11,100 ii 76Vi
American llt Susar ... S00 tl n
Amrrlcan Can (.100 JOH :v,
American can pfil MM) J
American C. a F .00 11"; ll1)
American Cotton Oil
Am. Ic ScurHlr 1,900 10'i 30
Amtrlcan lcoraotlYe ... tuo 3m 31',,
American S. & It 1,(00 t.3; .'J
American . a n. pro...
Amer. Suar Hellnlnl...
American T, a T........
Anaconda Mining Co. . .
Atlantic Coart Line
Baltimore A Ohio
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
central Leather ....
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chlcaco O. W
Chicago, it. a St. r. ..
Chicago . N. W
Colorado Fuel ft Iron....
ueiavare ft uuiuon. .. .
Denrer a Rio Grande....
Denver ft n. O. pfd
Ulatlllera' Securltlea ..
Rrle lit pfd
Krle :d pfd
Great Northern pfd
Qreat Northern Ore ctfa.
Inttrborough Met. pfd...
International Paper ....
Kanaaa City Houthem....
LoularllU ft Naihvllle...
m.. St. p. ft s. me. M.
Mlsaourl, K. ft T
N. n. It. of M. "d pfd..
New York Central
K. Y.. O. ft W
North American .........
P., C, C. St. I..v...
Plttaburth Coal ...I. ..
Preaaed Bteel Car
Pullman Talace car
Hepubllc Iron ft Pteel...
Republic I. ft S. ptd....
Rock Itland Co
nock laland Co. Dfd
Rt. L. ft S. F. Id pfd. ..
seaboard Air unf
Seaboard A. 1 pfd
Bloaa-Sheffleld S. ft I...
bo. naiiwar pia.,
Teaneetee Copper 400 Uti
Teia, ft Pacific ICO 1H
Union Paciric 1,M0 HO'i
Union Paclflo pffl
United Statea ltealtx..,,
United Rtatt Rubber.... l.tM 81 'I
United Statea Steel 47.300 MI4
u. B. Steel pfd ton 110
Utah Copper :,loo 6V
Va.-Carolina Chemical .. 600 C2H 31U 32
Wabaih I.KO0 1 IS 1U
Wabaah ptd 1,500 it, f, s
Weatern Maryland .... 300 30H 30U 9)
Western Union :,300 H M' Mil
Weatlnghouw Electric .. 1,100 75U 7(V4 74U
Wheeling ft Lake Erie
Chlno Copper 1.SO0 41 il'i 414.
n. y.. n. ii. h .:oo 7oh ttl il
Ray Con. Copper 3.100 tl 5144 Wt
Total sales for the day, 2(3,SOO shares.
.Nen ork Money Market.
NEW YORK March 21.-MONET-Call,
steady, V,i2 per cent: ruling rate, 2 per
cent; closing bid, 1T4JT2 per cent.
TIME IOANS-Weak: fiO days. 214jQ2:
per cent; 90 days, 24 per cent; six months,
JHU per cent
MERCANTILE PAPEH-344 ner cent.
STBRUINO BXCHANGB Steady; 60
days, Ji.stia; aemana, 4.BSit.
SILVER Bar, Mc; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Qovernmcnt, weak; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today were
V. S. ref. la, reg.. Mli'K, C. go. ref. it-., ti
SI 1,4 fl
( (iu 4m
92s i s:s
(0,000 :07- SMU 201
8,C S', 36', m
1,0X1 M 13 H MS
300 1114 1 13
3. t00 100, tti IDOVi,
100 133V 13IH m
too 133 133
700 9S 4
700 '2(4 II
200 181,, ll(,
300 (I (S
3,100 mU 12iU
i.ioo ii',' 'lis
200 40 (.,
l.sog mi io(H
"i'.m iii ibn
'"iUi 'ii" 'iiii
13, JM IflVi . 21V
"i'ioo 'iiu 'wh
"'aoo iws iiau
200 73 77
6,900 lit 1114
600 23', S4H
(.too 111(4 no
2,100 15 123
400 fO 7('i
W) 21(4 21
" (re 154 " iiiii'
26,200 1(H ItiU
600 2C, Mi,
'"(On "(S "(i,
100 7(4 H
"'no 0U 'n
(00 55H MS
s.ioo 'iiii. iiii
1,7) 24H 25H
Quotations nf the Day on Varlnaa
NEW YORK, March ai.-PLOUR-Rarely
steady: sprlnc patents, $4.6i04.5;
winter straights, t4.SOtr4.3S; winter pat
ents. t4.40B4.75; spring clears. I4.KMM.3S;
extra No. 1 winter. t3.f3 76; extra No. 2
winter, t3.SMf3.50: Kansas atralghtr J4.10
WHEAT-Spot easy. No, 2 hard, win
ter. 9Sc. c. I. f. New York; No. 2 red.
tl.OIV,, elevator.. No. l northern, Duluth,
tl.OOi; No. 1 northern, Manitoba, tiooi,
f. o. b. afloat, opening navigation. Ki
turcs, weak, closing 4c to lo not lower.
May, $1,00118; July. MHc; September,
CORN-Spot barely steady; No. 3 yel
low, 74HC. c. I r. to arrive.
OATS Spot, easy; standard white, 45
45Me: No, 3, 43itI4Jc, fancy clipped white,
HAY Quiet; standard, MciSJtl.OO; No. 1.
tl.02Htfl.O5; No. 2, 90J95c; No, 3. S0fl85c.
HOPS Quiet:, state common to choice,
IMS. 314tc: m. nmir; Paclflo coast,
lf13. ItifiCIc: 1912. lMfflSc.
HtDES-Steady; Bogota, VMt-30Hc; Cen
tral America. 3ftS.T0Vie.
PETROLEUM Steady: refined. New
lork, bulk, JJ.23, barrels, J 8.75; cases,
WOOl-steady; domestic floece, XX
LEATHER Firm f hemlock firsts, 30c;
PROVISIONS Pork barely steady;
mess. 123.0023.60; family, $24.CXB2AO0;
short cIcMrs, t20.2RlJ22.00. Beef, steady;
mess, tl.00l$.K): family, tl9.OOQ20.00. Cut
meats, steady; pickled bellies. 10 to 14
ids, i3.zoiu(.w; picuied hams, jm.zsotm.w.
Lard, steady; middle west, tl0.40B)10.55i re
flntd, steady; continent, $11.05: Pouth
America, 011.75; compound, steady, tS.37H
TALLOW Quiet, city, OHc; country,
6i6ic: special, 6Hc.
BUTTER Market weak; receipts, 7,400
tubs: creamery extras, 25B'25V4c; firsts,
23HS2Hc: held extras, 23.'3Hc; process
CHEESE Market Irregular: receipts,
2,000 boxes, state whole milk, held whites,
specials, 10c; state whole milk, held col
ored, specials, 19',ic; state whole milk,
held whites, average fancy, 18H18c.
EGGS Market weaker: receipts, 37,100
cases; fresh gathered extras, 22o: firsts,
storage packed, 21c; fresh gathered firsts,
IMiQauVic; nearby hennry, white to fancy,
2.ij2tic, nearby ncnery, gathered whites,
POULTRY Dressed, dull: fresh killed
chickens, 154219c; turkeys, 22Q25c; fowls,
OMAHA UKNEIiAI. MARKET.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET,
Cattle Very Slow and Most Kinds!
Show Further Declines. 1
HOGS DROP TO A LOWER BASIS
Trmle In Ahrep anil I.nmlia ni Unite
So Active as Monilnyi nt n-
sea nemnln Strndy lo a 1
Shndn lllauv, j
SOUTH OMAHA. March 31. ,9lt
Receipts were! . Cauu. Hobs. Shftp !
Official Monday .... 4, MW 7.5M
Estimato Tuesday'.. 4,000 9.0M 13.;. I
Two days this week. 8.J53 14.1W 20.K;.'
Bim clave ) -nlr 1 1f. U Hit "tf l(W
pame i weeks ago 8.S7 rs.siJ :;.".(
fame 3 week ago 12,071 l.A 2l,s,.i 1
Samn 4 weeks ago. ...10,729 17 612 3H.I7J
Qshi. -I.e..- I a til Wt i.l III -Ai
wisiiic uaj lasi year.. oc-w , j ..,n.v(
The folloTvlnir tftblo how th recri.its
ft I PJttllA Vll.HX. n al.aan m. t Ilia Crttll K
OmahA ltvtt stock market for the year to
ui, vuinparea wun imi year
atj i M. ra,
'It. 1 4P1 All a.TV-
Cattle 225,977 2JI.J( ... S,7
Sheep 97,(iS 574,839 122.S15 . .
ine following table shows lh ranee of
prices for hogs at the South Omaha live
atOCk inAfKat frit th 1f - ,tu
Ute. I 1914. li13 Um.lMI.ln,lo
Mat 1 I
... . SI
. . . IH
. .. 1H
BUTTER No. 1, llb. cartons. 71c; No.
1, CO-lb. tubs. 27c.
CHEESE Imported Swiss, 30c; Amer
ican Swiss, 24c; block Swiss, 22c; twine,
21c; daisies. 21c; triplets, 21c; Youns
Americas, 22c; blue label brick. We; llm
burger, 2-lb., 20c; Now York white, 21c.
FISH White, lie; trout, 18c; largo crap
pies, 12c to 16c; Spanish mackerel, 16c:
shad roe .per pair, 50c; salmon, 11c: hali
but, 12c; buffalo, itc; channel catfish. IScs
pike, 12c: pickerel. Sc.
POULTRY Droltors, 25c; hens, 14c:
cocks, 9Vic; ducks, 14c; geese, 10c; turkeys.
25c; pigeons, per dozen, $1.20: ducks, full
feathered, lie) geese, full feathered, 10c;
squabs. No. 1, tl.5Oi2.00; No. 2, 50c.
wholesale prices of beef cuts effective
today In Omaha are as follows:
BEEF CUTS-Rlbs: No. 1, 18c; No. 2,
16Uc: No. 3. lVAc. Loins: No. 1. 19Uc:
Mn 4 17... Kt. a IMLn I1. V. , , ..1. . . .
ll',4c, No. 2, lOHc: No. 3, 10c. Rounds; No.
l, i(c; rxo. z, inc; rxo. n, wac nates:
No. 1, Uo! N- 8c- No- sc'
Tne roitowinc prices are lurnisnea ny
the Glllnsky Fruit company:
FRUITS Sunklst oranges, all Sites.
t2.50. Lemons: Sunklst Golden Rowl,
m and 260. t5.50; Red Rail Sil
ver cord, 300 and SG0, tl.M. Qrnpe-
fruit: inaian niver, an, u.
,4. 25; 54, $1.50; 64 and 80, $5.00. Uannnas,
per pound 1 to Sttc Apples: Colorado
Missouri Pippin, per box, 42-25; Colorado
Ben Davu, per dox, Colorado white
Pearmaln, per box, 22.50: Idaho Winesaps.
per box, extra tancy barrel Uefi
Davis, $4.50; extra fancy barrel Qano,
$6.50; extra fancy barrel Missouri Pip
pins, $7.w; extra fancy barrel Winesaps,
FREoll visuJuiAm.iiB ueeis, per
dor., 50c; c:arrots, per dor,, 60c; spinach,
per dos., 6)c; turnips, per dot., 50c; shal
lot, por dor.. 45c; parsley, per dos., 40c:
V. S. Ss. res
V. S. 4s. res
A a raunAQ
Pnm l coupon. .11
Amer, A. 6s.. .....1M
A. t. a i ". f
.... HUM,. 8. Ath. 4l 1111 all.
io u a N. ual. (s. . n
Wl M. IC. a T. 1st 19
.... 11: "do (He 7
.llz'iMn. Pacific (,. ., o4
ao conr. 3, iiu
N. n.B. of M. (Us 51
V. T. C. i. S!J....
Am. Topteeo 4s...,.ll"'i do deb. (s. . . M4
Armour Co. (Vis.. 2N. X. S. 11, a H,
Atchison . JJJy cr. JH, .. 78
do er. (s. mo.. MVi.N'. 4k W 1st . (s..
do CT. IS... ..,,.102 d0 CT. (S J01V,
A. C U lit (s.. .. MVlNo. Pscifle (i ,v,
Bsl. a Ohio (.. . MS do 1. wl
do 8'4s ?!MP- 8' '', ( H
Brook. Tr. CT. (s... JjHPenn. cv. He, llt l
Cen. ol Os, s., ..IMS do coo. (s loiu
Cen. Leather ss MHResdlnc tin. (,.. f6J
Ches. Ohio 4H. 4 8. I- A 8. r. f (s 74
d conr. (H. .. -V, 4 sen. ts a
Chlctio a A- m- V48I. U 9. W. r. (s TJ'i
do sen. ts ".vs-ao. i-,c. col. (,
CM 4.8 PC (HS..19I, do er. 4,.. .,
C It. t. T. c. (s. SS do 1st ref. (...,
do rl. (s 74 So. ?Ullw,r 6, .
C, ft S. r (Vsi Mi( do xen. (s... .
I), a II. tr. (s . .. MH Union Pacific 4s.
D. a It. O. ret. (s. Ml, do ct. (,, ,
Distillers' u (IVl Mo 1st r.
Erie p. 1. 4s. . .. fl 'U. 8. Rubber it
do sen. (s 74U t. 8, Bleel a ...ioiu
dq ct. (. ser. B. iiv.i-. Cheni. I,
III. Cn. 1st r. (s. KTiW.buh m a e. (s ul
Inter. Met. (Hs .... tViWeMern Md. (s.. 7j3
Intsr. M. M. (Vis.. M W,t. Blee. ct. (u
jtpsn Hi. centril 4,.., tlw
Boetoa Mlnlna ,
BOSTON1, March 51. Closlnp quotations
on stocks were;
Annua, ttrete.ae, con iiu
Anil. Copper J"I'I',I Mloes.. I i-u
X Z- U. a .... -vri DUH
I'Vuci;:: ;::.4u -o,u T":r.,;;:-;: s
Bart Butte c. M... jimdupct or , jj.
r-nma. ilSS?.1?r.t B' M ' -?H
gfSff cknin.; . g&: -. ii:.-
Isle Royals Coptr. PM 47v
Kerr J."2 0"' '
lke Copper 7 JJUli Copper Co.. .. lit,
I Halle Copper.. . (41 Winona ,(J
Miami Copper ... ( WolTerlna
Kobtwk 4SBotU A Superior... 344
Quotations furnished by Duma. Drinker aV Co ,
((I Omaha National bank bulldlns:
Atklnaon. Nsb.. 4f. It
Beatrice Creamery pfd
Ileaumont. Tea., la
Oounrjl Bluffs O. ft E. U
! ieer a 10 pio
I Dee Molnee la. rVhool 4t,s IMS
Fairmont Creamery 7 p. c pld . ei-d
Booklet on Bsqusst
FOR I STANDARD OIL CO.
SALE NEBRASKA STOCK
xravr xonx orrr.
S 34H 8 23
1 (0U! s 4&
ton 8 M
8 65H! 5 57)
......I S 57
110 211 G ;3; ( It
in 7:1 c mi 1 91
(10 37 S 4l 4 86
6 (il 4 il
6 451 5SI10 J( I 4 (1
IV U 6 (0
10 3S S til 4 15
8 551 4 54
I U 470
8 901 I
S 871 7 01
8 JtSNl 8 8(1 7 01
S 41 g Ml 7 4?
110 54) 8 501 t M
10 61 S 44 4
Ml I 6 4(1 4 SS
a ihn mi I 1 7.1
7 C6I 6 47110 4 U
6 981 S (KllO 111 EM 4 79
o siuu rij n oil ev
6 35)10 05, U 61 4 SO
R I10 65 6 5S 4 S9
A J9I1A TTk I . tA
S Ml 7 56 6 33110 711 6 6S d
1 7 711 6 24)10 Ml 6MI fjf;
8 78 ( 6 23 10 57 fi ( T78
Itecelpts and disposition of live atock
;t the Union stock yards. South CYnaha.
ror tho twenty-rour hours endln at ;i
o clock- yesterday: f
PntltA IT.. ... .
C i c. u, r " ouorp ll r S
Missouri Pacific .... 4
Union Pacific 42
C. A N. U' nn.t II
C. N. W . nn.f v
O., 8L P.. M. & O.. 18
c, 11. & Q east.... 12
C, n. & g west... 30
C. It. I. P.. nl 1?
O.. II. I. & p., west. 2
Illinois Central 1
Chicago Q. V 2
Total receipts ..167 128
Morris A Co
Cudahy racking- Co....
Armour & co
Schwarta & Co...
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing- Co,..,.
South Omaha P. Co....
KftV PanlHitir Cn . . .
iW 13. Vansant Co
Benton, Vansant & 1...
Hill & Son
ir. n. Lwis
Huston & Co
J. D. Hoot & Co
J. 11. Bulla
Rosenstock Bros. ......
McCreary & Kellogg;..,
Wcrthelmcr & Degen..
H. IT. Ilnmllrnn...
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co....
!' f !
10 I II
., 8 J
..id 1(0 1 im
,.rti so 1 vs.
radishes, per doz 50c; head lettuce, per
dor., tl.00; leaf lettuce, per dox., 40c; e.
plant, per dox., tl.50; artichokes, per dox.,
12.00; Urussel sprouts, per lb., 20o) new
potatoes, per lb., 7c; celery, per dox., tl;
Florida celery. Per crate, t3; peppers, per
basket. 50c: cauliflower, per dox., fl.75;
beans, per hamper, t4.50; cucumbers, per
dox., tl-60 to t2; asparagus, per doc., t4:
new cabbaxe, per lb., 2Hc; rhubarb, per
bov, t2.25; rhubarb, per box, $2.25, Klorlna
tomatoes, fancy, per crate, t4; Florida
tomatoes, choice, per crate, tt.to.
ni.n VEQETABIEa New York cab-
'mage, per lb., 2Vc: sw6t potatoes, per
namper, el.ou; pnrania, i iu., utsvvo,
nr ih "1-: carrots, ner lb.. 2c: turnlDa.
per lb., 2c; Red River Ohio potatoes, per
hu., tl.00; Idaho potatoes, per bu.. 85c;
Karly Rose potatoes. .85c; red onions, pur
bti t3.0J; yellow onions, per bu ?100.
fpanun onions, per ciair, m.w.
Minneapolis drain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. March 31.
WHKAT No. 1 hard. 89K092Hc; No. 1
northern. HS91Hc; -No, 2 northern, 87
HWlc: No. t, s5?lj&o!c; May, MSc: July,
CORN-No. S yellow. 61V4Hc
OATS-No. 3 white, KHGSMic
Kanaaa City firnln and Prorlslnns
KANSAS CITY, Mo., March 31.-
wllEAT-Ko. 1 harir, t&owvic: no, rea,
icoov. May. H'.c; July. blue.
CORN No. 2 mixed. 6scs No. 3, 67o; No.
2 white, 60c: No, 3, 67fi67tte; May, 0S'c;
OATS-No. 2 white, 40c; No. 2 mixed,
uliTTER-Creamery, 21c; firsts. 53c;
sec-onus, 2c; pacKing, itftc.
KUGS Firsts. 16Vic; seconds. 15c.,
POULTRY Hens, 15c; springs, 15c.
Ht. I.onls funeral Slnrket.
ST. 1X3UI3. March 31. WHEAT-No. 2
rod, KWAa No. 3 hard, 9OR904c; May,
30ie; July. S3Hc.
CORN No. 2, 69c; No. 2 white, TOHc:
May. eSV.QWWc; July, 69ic
OAT8-N0. 2. 40o; No. 2 white, 40Vi
41Mc; May, 38 Vic; July, a54c.
Liverpool Grain Market,
LIVERPOOL. March 31. WHEAT
Spot quiet; No. 2 red western winter, 7s
S4d; No. 1 Manitoba. 7s (d; No. 2, 7s 3d;
No. 3, 7s 2d. Futures easy: May, 7s 2&;
July, 7s 2d; October, 7s 3d.
CORN Spot steady: American mixed,
6s 8d. La Plata futures easy; July 4s
Omaha liar aiarkrt.
PRAIRIE HAY No. 1 choice upland,
tlOffll; No. t choice upland, ttOOSlO; No.
3 choice upland. 5638; No. 1 choice mid
land, 13.50310.50; No. 2 choice midland
1839.50; No. 3 choice midland, t&8; No
1 choice lowland. 8705; No. 2 choice low
land, fV&7: No. 3 choice lowland, tfge.
ALFALFA Choice, peagreen. leafy, fine
stem, tl3T,14; No. 1, lltflJ; No. 2, gU.
No. 3, t79.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Totals 3.928 8.776 12,402
CATTLK The cattlo run was about on
a par with yesterday. 158 fresh cars being
roported In. Tho total for the two days
amounts to 2,853 head, .bolng larger than
last week by a few hundred head and
larger than a year ago by about 1,700
The trade was aaln very slow nd dull,
the same as It has been on moat recent
days, with the tendency lower. The gen
eral run of beef steers were around 10c
lower than yesterday. Pome of the best
cattle may not have shown that much de
cline, while other kinds may have shown
The best light heifers were In good de
mand at prices that wero about steady.
Cowa ware neslected and It was well
along toward midday before buyers really
made any errort wnatever 10 mane a
clerance of cow stuff. Cows wero fully
104I15O lower right from the beginning.
mockers ana teeaers openeu up very
slow and around lOo lower than yester
ijuotauons on came: uooa to prime
yearlings, 18.25(89.00: good to choice beef
steers. t-S.l&38.75; fair to good beef steers,
87.76418.15; common to fair beet steers,
I7.2se7.75: good to choice corntca nt-ifers,
t7.25S-8.00; good to choice corn fed coiyt,
t'i.&07.00; fair to good grades, t5.60if6.60i
common to fair grades, tt.254J5.60: good
to choice Blockers and feeders. t7.65fo7.flO:
fair to good Blockers and feeders, $5.W-ff
7 25; stock cows and heifers, t6.00ft7..V):
stock calves, tG.50&S.O0; veal calves, V.W
Q9.W; buulls, stags, etc., tl.75tfS.75.
Av. l'r. No.
very Urgo thsy were In no hurry to fill
their orders. Salesmen started by asking
nearly stea.ly prices, hut they soon came
to the conclusion that a break of some
sort was Inevitable, and they wound up
by pricing their offerings about a nickel
lower than yesterday's general market.
luvcn after filers had made thi much
of a concession packers refused to better
uieir onxiy bids, and ror near v three
hours the market remained at a stand
still, both huyrr and salesmen rctunlnc
to go any further In an effort to trarir.
Toward It o'clook, however, killers ralsoil
tneir eariy otrers adoui zviO all around,
putting values on a 5tT10c lower basis.
At first this strength only made It harder
to do anything, at moat of tha sellers
took It as a sign of stilt better prices,
but It soon became apparent that this
was as far as buyers Intended to go, and
In the end the big end of the supply
moved at a Mfioo decline. Kven after a
trading basis was agreed on the move
ment was more or leas alow, and It was
well along, toward midday before any-
Afling line a clearance was made,
The big end of the sales was made at
JS.5&. with a ouolab e bulk Of ll.lWi.U
The tendency on both days this week
has been toward a better demand for
lightweight stuff, and today these grades
sold at about the same prices as the
more weighty offerlajts, a good share of
thn top prices being paid for hogs that
were on the light order.
No. At. Fa. rr. No. At. Bh. Tr.
If Ill IM to US II III
09 : (a 1 so 11. . ....is: ...
II 1IT ... 1 30 1 IK W IU
m o4 i3o 1 o o m m it
in W7 40 6 10 Jl..
U Ill ... I )) II..
M ' IM II SO T7..
It .....IU ... I 30 71,.
M IU S00 I 10 II,,
71 Ill ... M M..
M 1(7 ... I 10 II..
II IM .,. I 10 It..
47 Hi ... I IIU 77..
71 114 ... 1 U St..
71 Ill 10 Si 11 ft!
n 31 no 1.11 u tit ... (o
71. .....sir to as, 11 til ... 1(0
(3 tt3 ... I 3S K 141 . . I (I
7( ill ... I XS 44 ilO ... I 10
J Ill 0 1 Ji 71 (1 ... I (9
II Hi (0 lit 17 1(4 ... (9
( Ill ... U II I0T ... I (9
79.. .,. Ill .. I it 0 S10 M a (9
'( til ISO I II W .... iU ... (0
II. .....3I .11! II Ill ... I 10
(1 1(9 It III
M .... 101 . . - Tl
SHEEP The Interest In ewes and lambs
was not as great as yesterday, though a
fairly liberal supply of each sold generally
steady to n shade higher, Aa often Is
thn case, packers took the best offerings
first, and bought the balance later In tho
forenoon, the last to sell being heavy
and medium grades. While a strong un
dertone Boomed to feature tho early mar
ket, the movement scaleward was rather
slow, which may have been due to the
wet condition of the fleeces as a result
of the rain early this morning. The Im
provement In values was on the better
class of killers and, while prices on the
less desirable grades were largely steady,
In some Instances they had an easier ten
dency. A clearance took place at a rea
Moxlcan offerings were again scarce.
Fed weatern lambs moved anywhere from
87.40 to IS. 10. with some shoni kinds going
at t6.S0G7.00. A string of lambs on the
flshy order went to a feeder buyer at
Fed western ewes made a new top for
the year, as 424 head, averaging 115 pounds,
sold up to 36.45, It being the highest point
since t7.00 was reachod In April of last
year. Most of the ewe sales were made
The receipts amounted to some 13,500
head, being 4.057 more than a week ago
and 6,910 more than on the corresponding
day a yeariago, Monday and Tuesday's
supply together foot up' about 21,000 head,
compared with 36,108 for (the same days
Ust week. 27,324 two weeks ago and 13,533
a year ago.
Quotations on sheep ana lambs: Lambs,
Mexican. t8.O0tfP8.5O; lambs, good to choice
wist. I7.S58.20: lambs, fair to good west,
t1.557,; lambs, culls, t5.EAff.50; yes.r.
llrgs light, t7.1ftiw.fi0i yearlings, heavy.
te.?.Vg7.10: wethers, good to rholce. t6.60
0,85; wethers, fair to good. 86.00fj6.C0; ewes,
good to choice, t6.NVif6.45; ewes, fair to
lower; top. ts.45: bulk of sales, tt &3
SHEEP AND LA JIB3 -Receipts, 4.SW
head, market steady, lambs, t7.24tJ8.S0.
rillC-ACO MVli STOCK MARKET
Cattle Blnrr nml AVcnk Hoaa Mort,
CHOCAOO. March 31.-CATTLE-Re
eelpts, 4,000 head, market, slow and weak.
calves aftifW higher; beeves. I6.MQV.45,
Texas steers. t7.20fl8.20: western steers.
JS.WW.W, -lookers and feeders, t5.50Qi.00,
cows ami neifers, ja.e&irs.w; caives. jo.oo
iiuus ncccipis, u.&w neao; marKet,
slow and generally steady, bulk of sates,
t8.5M8.00; light. tR.50j8.70; mixed, tS.JSJT
8.67H; heavy. tS.251J8.; rough. t8.25S?S.3o,
tfHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 24,000
head; market, sheep strong to 10c higher,
and lambs mostly 10c lower: native, t." 50
(t 7.00: western, .5.5037.00; yearlings, t8.50
m.M; lambs, naive, t7.(0fi.S; western.
NEW YORK. March 31. METALS--Ixad,
quiet; t3.7f-V3.R5; Ijndon, 150 8d.
Spelter, steady; t5.2Jfl5.30; tendon 121 7s 6d.
Copper, firm: stanuanl spot and June,
tn.80vi4.30; electrolytic. tl4.2H; lake
tl.1.00, nominal; casting, 814.374.' Tin,
quiet; spot, 337.8500.1.25; June. 3S.12HS
SX.C2H. Antimony, dull; Cookson's, $7.25.
Iron, quiet, unchanged.
London prices: Copper, firm; rpot,
fW2s(!d. Futures. 66 10s. Tin, easy,
r.vot, 173 2a6d. VMtures, 174 17s Cd. Lead,
GOs IH1. Iron. Cleveland warrants, 60s 9d.
BT. I3UIP, Mlrch Sl.-Lead, lower at
t3.Mfl3.70. Spelter, stronger at t5.15fl
(Ills nnd Rnsln.
NEW TOnK. M.Arch 31.-COFFE-The
market was lower today under
liquidation, renowed bear pressure and
foreign selling. The market opened
steady, So to 12e lower. Bull support
caused moderate rallies during the
morning, but the general tendency was
downward, nnd the market closed steady,
20tj21 net lower. Sales, 71,000 bags. April,
8.00c; May, 8.71c; July, SSSc; September.
O.OTic; October, 0.15c; Decemtr, 8.25c; Jan
uary, 9.30c. Spot, quiet; Rio No. 7, 9c,
Santos. No. 4. lifer. Mild, d'ill; Cordova,
NEW YORK." MaTclTsi. COTTONSEED
OIL Irregular; prime summer yellow.
87.51; May, fUl; July, 37.60: September,
SAVANNAH. Or.. March M. TI'RPRN
TINE Quiet, 4ivv;c; receipts. 268 bblr.;
shipments, 143 bhls. . stocks, 12,018 bbt.
ROSIN Firm: sales. 2.340 hhla .: rrcelnO.
1.559 bbls.; shipments. 3.342 bhls.; ntocki,
110,423 hl.ls. Quote! A. Ti. C. D. E, t3.75:
F. Q, 83.85; H. I. K. tl.10; M. JI.W; N, $3.40;
WQ, t5,5, WW. $6.20.
Col (on Mnrkrt.
NEW YORK, March 11.-COTTON-Futuros
closed steady: Mny, 12 12e; July,
12.11c; AUfTUst, 11.85c; October, II 17c: r)
cember. 11.51c; spot, quiet; middling, 13.51c;
COTTON Closod steady, net 4 points
lower to 2 points higher.
LIVERPOOL. March Sl.-COTTON -Spot
steady; good middling, 7.63d; mid
dllnff. 7.2!d; low middling1. 6.8ld. Sales,
3. . .
, 911 7 It
110 7 31
1114 7 10
IU4 7 (0
.. ..1111 7 to
..,.10U 7 40
.. ..1113 7 10
.. .1001 7 10
Ill 7 15
Sii 7 8.1
1113 7 10
1031 7 II
IIII 7 It
.. ..urn i so
Hit T m
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
At. I r.
.DM I IV)
.1214 I M
.HU I 00
.1164 I 00
.1043 I 00
,1M7 I 10
.1336 I It
.1(0 I 35
.loio a no
.1130 II to
.Hit I 6o
(31 7 34
I(T 7 Ii
314 7 in
....1013 7 10
.... 1S 1 (0
... M0 ( (0
....1014 I It
..,.970 I 71
....lilt 6 24
.. . VIS I 23
1030 I III .
411 7 70
II 7 15
001 I 00
. (I 6 M
. 1310 I 10
. . (HI
..1110 I 14
.. Ill a K
. IM IM
. . Ml 7 00
. 170 7 )
133 4 M 7... ,
131 l0 ii
410 lit 1....
440 4 M I... .
1071 7 00
.. no i on l
..1130 no t
..no i io
13W a m
' 4 00
III 1 04
an 7 it
7M 7 34
130 7 34
.13(0 I (0
. aeo 7 00
.431 7 31
40 7 34
4(1 7 It
310 I 71
300 9 34
3io i :t
110 I 71
204 I 31
.170 10 00
IU1 I ll
BTOCKER8 AND FEEDERS.
H UO i w) II ,, M7 III
Si 4U 7 1 U (71 7 to
l Ul 1 31 737 7 to
4 Mt IM t 734 7 M
U tOO 7 (0 11 ( t ta
413 7 40 30 Ill 7 70
4 no 7 4i
16 steers.. ..1203 6 76 4 steers.... 862 6 50
iH cows 104S 6 00 4 canners. 372 4 K
24 canners.1033 too 6stk. hfs. 8 50 6 33
calves,.. 161 8 25 bulls U03 6 00
15 cows. . . 510 6 35
KOOS Receipts were moderate for i
Tuesday, something like 9.000 head being
rc-lvel ror inr iwo uaya tne total Is
1M50, being a little over l.OOu larger than
last wf-ek, but more than 9,500 short of
i hp t-orresiMindlng days last year.
Aside from a few leads of light hogs
bought by shippers early at a nickel de
line the market opened out very dull
. .... 1A- An.A nK,.
I a K7I0 nciv .v. lunci I'll' IP.
and as thn shipping demand was nm
1(4 feeder lambs ,.
2(3 rornfed lambs
780 tornfed lambs
402 Colorado ewes
M feeder lambs ..
19 Colorado bucks
257 cprnfed lambs ,,
218 corn fed lambs
302 cornfed lambs
175 shorn yearlings & wethers
289 shorn iambs
202 Soutn Dakota lambs
184 boutli Dakota lambs......,,,
285 Colorado lambs
208 Colorado lambs
199 cornfed lambs
300 cornfed lambs ,.
81 corniod ewes
216 Wyopilng ewes
Kansas City Lire Slock Mnrkc.
KANSAS CITY. March 3. CATTLE
Receipts.. I.COO head; market steady to 10c
lower; prime fed steers, J8.40O$.00; drossed
beef steers, t7.40if.25; western steers,
t7.00ti8.35-, aotithern steerw, tls597.S5; cor.a.
1 1.60 7 60: heifers, t7.0ft8.7S; stockery and
feeders, J6. WW, 50, bulls, Ih.TSifil.W, calves,
HOaS-U'Celpt. 12,000 head, market 10c
lower: hulk of salts, tS.25U6.45; heavy,
fA.40tt8.45; packers and butchers. S.35
6.45; light, U.2588.45: pigs, t6.5O8g.0O.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 6 000
head: market 107720c higher; limbs, steady;
lambs. t7.0O38.2S; yearlings, I6.007J7 2J
wethers, l5.2WtW, wes, 3.003'.S5.
Sioux Cll) Live Block Market.
SIOUX CITY, la., March 31. CATTLE
Receipts, 1,201 head; market 10c lower;
native steem.it7.0OST.83; butchers. V.Wg
7.00; cows andlhelfers, 85.003.7.00; canners,
t1.00tj6.00: stmiHers and feeders, t7.003f7.S5,
calves, i.WS.1&. bulls, stags, etc, f5.49
HOOS-Rectlplf. , bead: market 10c
lower; heHvy. 14.2IWf8.30; mixed, tR.27H;
light, t8.2SQ8.27h bulk of salts,
SHEEP AND IAMBH-Rocelpts. B
head; market stady;fed muttons, ViOn
6.76; wethers. S5.aa.tO; ewes, t,!a6.2&.
lambs. tlWT W.
fit. l.i'iila I. Itc Slock Mnrkrt.
ST. WI1S, March 31. CATTLE. Re
ceipts. ' 3,700 had market steady to !0c
lower; beef trs. t7.5r)fi9.25. cowa and
heifer1. (1.258.75; stocktra and feeders,
S5.0Otf8.ft);' southern steers, t5.75ti8.00 rows
ard heifers. t608; calves, H00459.M.
HOGS Receipts. 11.000' head, market
steady to c lower; pigs and lights, 17
8,70; mixed and butchers. ,8.W9S,70, good
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 2.0O1
head; market 101116c hlghert muttons. 35.75
(6.50: lambs, t7.00tTS.40; clipped lambs,
Dry t.'oods Market,
NEW YORK, March 31. DRY GOODS
Cotton yarns were easier and lower to
day. Cotton goods were steady with Pur
chasing fair In gray- goods. Uncertainty
ns to styles Is hsmpcrlng the fall allk
business. Foreign carpets nnd rugs are
being sold more freely here thm had
Erniinrnteil Applea nnd Dried Km Its.
NEW YORK, March 2I-KVAPORATED
APPLES Firm; fancy Uii8l2c; choice,
lOSflOHc prime. 9UQ9He.
DRIED FRUITS-Prunes, firm. Apri
cots, steady. Peaches, steady. Raisins,
keokuk mayoralty race
KEOKUK. Ia,, March 31.-H, W. Moore
head won over Rev. J. F. Sandera In the
election for mayor today,
CEDAR RAPIDS. Ia., March 31. Mayor
Louis E. Roth and the entire city coun
cil wero returned to office today.
CLINTON, Ia., March 31.-W. H. Far
ver, democrat, was elected mayor today
over a progressive running on the citizens
Ware-anted t Blrm Matfrfmaltoh
Mock In. xiaht.
live stock at tie six prln-
rn,rcii eie aa ioiiowb
Mim, ijoes. oneen
9.01 Hsooo 6,000
1.209 n.&1 500
t.ooo jrooo 13.500
markets were as fi
St. Joseph ....
Sioux City ...
SI, Joseph Lire Slock Market.
uT iOjIKPH Mo.. March 31. -flATTl.l;
Receipt?, 1 300 head; marKet auilf it
t, 0Oi( S 75. r ows anil tuners, jij
i nlvts. v.4rrn.w
HOU8 Urelrt.!, 3,2M head
Has Imitators But Ho Gonpslitcrs.
. coo, opocaj ana rosiure euro ro?
Cjrb. BfUnt I weeay, Cipd Hoefc
traitted Tenlana, louaitr, Wiii
jBSa. axd all Ixo ia eu fraa fpiTia,
aiata and ethar any tunarj.
. us aU skin dlaeaaM or FanaiUa,
JhrBia, Dlpitlierlii. Ctaons 3l
Buaetoa from Hortu sr Cattlt.
l: M&teteM His
par bottlo. Bell by dnntgiau. or aant b Wx
praia, charge, pali wltn roll Uractlona for
Ua um. tarsand for daacrlptlrs eJreoUta,
ttitimonUla, oto. adilrau
Ih Lswranes-Wlllltnn Co., Cltvtland, 0.
Annln 3 to 3 feet 10
ilOeS 5 to 6 feet s5
100 Concord Qrapea S3. 50
uasn wnn oraer, aont prepaid.
GATE OITY NURSERY,
180'J Farnuin Street, Omaha, Neb.
MONEY SN GRAIN
IIO.W bun pol or call on Mj tvi.ln". ot wkaat or
coro. No further rltk. raaramato(lfraarrU.,o
It atyou auopporlunll to taka 1600. Io,iim, Jc, tXQ
te. vrlta orjf.oicuiara Flnnnre Brokeraa
Company, llirioajica BaUdUy, Kaur itltr.Mo.
Powered by Open ONI