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THE BEE; OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL S, 1914. n
tblVul'wH.., IrmC.r 5MIT" UAVK TWO I LKAll LOTS IN aoCTII
ir.od.rn lmfrnvJmJn1 I'i'w Mt" o0.?r? Mil worth ,40) anil 1(M cash.
KH oMrM hlHnfHi MU?t Wtnte ,s" fo'-J rar In fin.t-rU.ii condl-
dMi V r ai Til'11 original coat. Ad- tlon. Xddrt-ss a. C. Mt. care IVmi. '
HAVfi A I'UlNTOailAPH MAClllNIi
,or multiple letter work; prints through
riDoon like typewriter; can use ordinary
rrlnters' type, and cuts, also; electric
motor and hand potver; cost $396. Will
trade for cheap lot or land, or will con
alder any kind of a reasonable- offer. Ad-
j. to, nee,
&,) ULKAlt MD.SU. tJTOCK IN
Omaha, consisting of dry goods, no
tions, hats, gloves, shoes, etc. Fixtures,
few only. Want clear Omaha property or
clear land. Will assume If some cash
paid. flood location. Cash business. 3.
... 570, Jlee.
GOING AWAY, TRAD12 KEXnNQTON
visible typewriter, almost new, for dla
mond or urtlcle can use. Address S. C.
-'-A CRti KICH, BLACK PA KM IANL
in eastern Nebraska: price, 80,(Xi want
1!0,W to 135,000 general mdse. stock, "with-
out building. Address S. U. 511. Omaha I I HAVK 40 ACIUJS l-'INE OREGON
- e' I fruit land; a 6-room cottage, modern cx-
WANTED DISC PHONOGRAPH REO-1 E?5 wM.t,.an? a, 1913 Overland touring
ords. slightly used. In perfect cundl- J?'- ni ,raU,.foIRnyti1",t?- lMttko of"
tlon. that are foi sale cheap for cash. fcr- Addrc 3- 6- euro Beo.
Address S. C. 621. caro Bee. WHAT HAVE YOU TO SWAP FOR A
set of golden oak uartcr-sawed dining
room furniture and a Solar steol mr.gu
' In good condition? Address S. C. 500. Bee.
WANTED T Y V K W R I T E R. TYPE
writer desk, flat top desk, filing cab
inet, orflce chairs; exchange clear lot In
South Omuha; abstract, good title. Ad
dress S. C. KS, Bee.
PRINTING AND PAINTING WAN'XEU
in exchange for dentistry. Address a.
C. 807. Bee.
WILL SWAP GOOD QUARTER i5EC
tton of agricultural land on rullrotid in
southern tiouth Dakota for vacant lot.
house, stock, bonds, or what bavo you
Have good lot to trade for a first-class
diamond or will buy If bargain for cash.
Address. B. C. 621, Omaha Bee.
ALL-STEEL RANGE AND PURNITUIta
for swap or sale. Make offer. Address
S. C. 679. Bee.
1 HAVE A FEW CITY BUILDING 1.UT.I
to swap for a good truck or hlgh-grauli
nutonioblle. H. U 620. Bee.
I WANT TO SWAP SOME DISC PHONO
graph records. What have you? Address
a C. 623. enre Bee.
GARDEN TOOLb AND SHRUUtl OF
any kind wanted for house or office
furniture; huvo roll top desk, two chairs,
chiffonier, leather parlor chair. Address
S U 643. Bee.
HAVE GOOD OAK DRESSER, COM
modc, ice box and some chairs. Will
consider trade for horse and pay differ
ence, or what have you? First good offer
takes it Address 8. C. 697, Bee,
WHAT LAND IN EASTERN NE
braska or western Iowa have you to
trade for 110 s.ies of best fru.1 and
vegetable land adjoining town In East
Texoa7 Address 8. C. tm. Bee.
UOOD COTTAGE NORTH OMAHA.
Modern but heat. All newly painted
and papered. Garage. Ux2S ft. Cement
walks. Mtg., $tt). Want $300 cash and
Rood, light auto or clear lots, a C. 609,
TWO CLEAR LOTS-PIERRE, S. D.
Good abstract. Pi Ice, $1,000. Want gen.
mdsc. or auto. Good abstract and war-
lamy deed, a. I. ottt, Iteo. J WILL KX.CHANGE GOOD 6-ROOM COT-
TEAM OF MARES, ONE SORREL THE tago at n25 Grant St., Omaha, price
oiner macK, anout l,i00 lbs. God oondl- z,sw, inc. $mw. lor grocery siock or
SECOND-HAND REMINGTON TYPE
writer to swap for good bicycle and
cash. Address S C SIS, Bee.
ONE OLD TRUSTY AND ONE suc
cessful Incubator for four dozen good
hens or two dozen for choice of either.
Address S. C, 612, care Bee.
tlon, broke. Will swap tor farm machin
ery. Aaaress . C 50Z. Bee.
GOOD FOUR-PASSENGER lNTiiRNA-
tional auto to exchange for good build
ing lot or lots In Omaha: valuo $760. Ad'
dress S. C. 676, Omaha Bee.
1 HAVE BULL PUP 1 YEAR OLD.
white, thoroughbred bull, good and
Mound; flno watendog. Will exchange for
uicyue in good condition. S. C. we. Boe.
SINGLE MtfATKIl T1HKIJ
surrey, practically good a new, us part
j'uj mum on good o-passengcr uuiomouiie
or cash. Addiesa S. O., 613, care Bee.
ONE FIFTEEN - LIGHT ACETYLENE.
What have you? Address S. C. 63a.
CLEAR LOT FOR ROOMING HOUSE
of 10 or 12 rooms. Address S. C. 666. Bee,
GAS STOVE, 4 LARGE BURNERS AND
one oven, hardly used, excellent, baker.
Would like to swap for chickens; prefsr
u niie uockb. .Address a. c. qui, nee.
MOTORBOAT FOR MOTORCYCLE I
have a "M hp., 19 ft. motorboat, in Urn
class condlt.on, used but little, that I will
trade for good motorcycle, might pay ex
, tra for good one; must not bo over two
years old. uoat cost izio. Address a. u
fS7, cafe Omaha Bee.
A-NO. 1 SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
former price $66, for sale or swap. Ad
dress S. C. 671. Bee.
ONE OR TWO LOTS CLEAR IN GOOL
town South Dakota: price, cash. $223
each, or exchange for good one-karat dia
mond ring. Address a. u. bits, omaha uco.
A GOOD BAKERY, WORTH $300, FOR
trade. What have you. Address S. C. 116,
BEES TEN COLONIES, FINE ITALIAN
stock;, extractor and complete outfit.
What's offered? Address S. C. 662, caro
CLUBS, WALLETS, PIPES, BUCKSKLN
beadwork: rare and decorative; will
trado for JA special kodak or Graf lex
camera. Address S. C. 669, Bee.
CLEAR LOT SOUTH OMAHA. 26TK
- and Madison. " Price, $600. Trade for
llgnt auto'. Guarantee title abstract. Ad
dress S, C. 667, Bee.
WILL SWAP TYPEWRITER FOR V.1C
trola or 3A. kodak. Address S. C. 60s,
WILL SWAP WHITE HOLLAND TUR
key torn for two turkey hens. Address
S. C. 666, Lee.
COLLECTION OF RUGS TO EX
change for diamonds or cash. Will have
U see ' ruga to appreciate their value.
Address S. C, 617. care Bee.
WANTED TO TRADE PAINTING AND
papering for printing. Address S. C.
WILL TRADE A SEWING MACHINE)
for bookcase or buffet. Address S. C.
GOOD MODERN 7-ROOM COTTAGE ON
So. 20th St., near' Vinton, to swap for
$2,9i)0. Just the homo for a raotorman,
.Address S. C. 619. Bee.
gents' furnishing stock and shoes. Own
ers write me. S. C. 674, Omaha Boe.
WOODEN LETTER FILING CABINET.
3 drawers, to swap for an offlco chair.
Address S. C. 605, Bee.
INDIAN" CURIOS. PRIVATE COLLEC
tlon, genulno bucktfkln, bead work,
clubs, pipes, etc.; beautiful and rare dec
orations for don. Will trade or sell. Ad
dress S. C. 550. Bee.
I HAVE A GOOD, HEALTHY YEAR
Ung colt I would trade for calves. Make
me offer. Address S. C. 6S4, Bee.
CLEAR LOT. EXCHANGE FOR ANY
kind of auto In running order. Address
S. C. 678, Bee.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Heavy Offering of Wheat Possible
When New Crop Ripens.
GROWING NEWS IS FAVORABLE
Prospect for n Ills llnrvmt of the
tirnln I the Ontlook Hint
Ncnrly Rvrrr I.ornllt)- la
1 HAVE A CAMERA OR A DIAMOND
or typewriter or a good watch and cash
lor your pluno, or wiiat? D. c. 601, Bee.
OLD-STYLE SIDEBOARD, BIRD'SEYE
mapio witn marme top, nana-carvca
nd a Drettv ulcco of furniture, but bulky,
What havo you to exchange? Address
S. C 610, Boe.
WANTED TO SWAP A STEAMER
trunk in fine condition for a Morris
chair, or what? Address S. C. 647, Bee,
AN EDISON HOME PHONOGRAPH
with about fifty best records, song and
music, for lot, horse, or whut? Address
a. c. 672. wee.
FIRST CLASS PAINTER AND PAPER
hanger, will swap painting nnd paper
ing iur coai, groceries, nuuoing material,
or anytinng l can use. . c ana.
TO SWAP ONE 3-DRAWI3R 6X8 CARD
cabinet for typewriter. Addroas 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 3.
C, 626. Bee.
NEW HAMMOND TYPEWRITER. COBT
$90. Changed work so cannot use. Will
iruoe or sen. Address b. u. k. use.
OUR RHODE ISLAND RED COCKEREL
for two setting hens. Address a. u
I HAVE A ONE-TON LIGHT TRUCK;
make offer. Address 5. C. ret, nee.
WANT GOOD OMAHA LOT IN EX
change for almost new standard piano;
good as new; cost $385. Addres S. C. 688,
TWO LOTS ON S3D AVE.. NORTH OF
Webster Ave,. $400; $10 down, $10 per
month, or will trade. Address a. u. bit,
nnnn i.rvr IN SOUTH OMAHA. NEB.
if tag una clear: la uiuuna duuih u&
postoffico bldg.; 3 blocks from carllne;
int ! j:t1"s rt. Price 1600 or exchange
fnr irond Ford or other light car. Ad
dress S. C. 699, Omaha Bee.
NICE 6-ROOM COTTAGE; BEST RE
Dairi modern, but heat; barn. 16x128
ft : rement walks: all newly painted:
price, $2,800; mtg., $800; want small grocery
stock or two good light autos. Address
S. C. 6S5, Omaha Bee
J1.000 EQUITY IN SOUTH
income to exchange for anything. In
cumbrance, of only $00. Address S. C
DAKOTA' UAVE A FINE ELEVEN-MONTH-OLD,
pedigreed foxhound tnai i win iraae lor
a good doublo barreled shotgun, chickens,
or what have you? Will sell also. Ad-
WANT TO TRADE $1.00C EQU1T IN A dress S. C. ei. ee.
EOod7-room house for wear vacant lot. I-, a K?rv iinNKY maKkh. a 'first
$. Cv 673. i class 26-roora hotel In good railroad
rt.fr wmp rsvw MoniTtN houses i town. Rental, $600 per year. Price, $6,000.
TWO FINE NEW MODLRN HUIJ&L" Mrtirires 1150 or trade for Omaha rcsl-
In umana 10 exenange ior awtn ui
men's shoes or clear Texas land. Equity
$6,000.' S. C. t17, Boe.
dence, grocery Business ur ukiu auiuiuo
blles. Address S. C. 689, Omaha Bee.
1MRM ItANClt LANDS FOR SALE.
TOUKD 320-acre nomestead In settled
neighborhood; fine farm land: not sand
Mils; cost you $200, filing fees and all. J.
A. Tracy, Kimball. Neb.
71 MILES SOUTH OF HOUSTON
In the valjey of the San Bernard and
Caney Creek. Wo are selling the most
fertile lands on the gulf coast of Texas.
Our lands do not overflow. Come buy a
home while land Is cheap. For further
Information call or write J. P. Bailee,
Sweeney. Braxorla county. Texas.
Best dairy and general crop state in
thn union Settlers wanted. Lands fo
FOK SAIiE OR EXCHANGE It. E.
FOR EXCHANGE 220 acres; fine build
ings; 160 acres under plow; nice, nevel
land; black loam soil; grove and orchard,
well and engine; four miles from town
and one mile to school: $100 per acre. $1,000
cash down, and $2,000 November 1, 1914,
Clear property for the balance,
MOREHART-ATCHISON LAND CO.,
6-PASSENOER Bulck for Omaha va
cant lots. Tel. Doug. b790.
7- ROOM modern house, corner lot. near
three car lines, price $3,000, Incumbrance
$1,HX), for lots or acreage, or sacrifice
equity for cash.
8- room modern house, In beautiful Clif
ton Hill, nice corner lot, street paved,
plenty of room for another house, price
$3,600. mortgago $1,700, for smaller and
132 acres In northeast Colorado, valley
land, lays fine, best of soil, price $2,640,
mortgage $1,000.00, due May 1, 1917, at 6
per cent, for lots, auto, good paper or
equity In house In Omaha.
Grant.0lS?at3e ' ac re sV 'wanted. Write about 1 DON'T lose your property by forei
ou? grating lands" l7&,ted In frul! closure. Will trade you clear vacant lot
landei Task for booklet on apple orchards for your equity. Address F 209. care Bee.
In Wisconsin. Address Land Dept., Boo 1 ' ' 1 -
UASYNvlSnsln. has as KKAL EST AT ft WANTED.
long a growing season as northern Iowa HAVE cash buyers for good vacant
and has the greatest markets for all lots.
products of tho farm, marketed without PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
paying high railroad rates. We are the phone Douglas 17S1. W-re Block,
largest owners of good farm lands south- f .
east of Duluth and Superior. Send for
map and book. FARMERS UND & WANTED TO 1)1) Y.
TATTLE CO., LTD., Globe Bldg., fat. .
Paul. Mlnn-o r
' 250-ACRE Burnett county. Wisconsin, A 3 T1 1 Pfl If) RllV
farm; good soil; house, new barn 40x60, ClllLVVJ. XVJ JJUy
silo and other buildings; fine spring used bank and office fixtures and turpi-
stream runs through land; on mall route ture; full particulars first letter,
und telephone; about 6a acres under cul- ' , . " "
tlvatiou: con practically all be framed; -Vin I anric x-r lr
good soil: price $7,000; $3500 cash, balanco J Onn JCWIS GL LO.
can stand five or ten years, 6 per cent: , . sinv on.. i
fine stock farm. SCHWAB BROS.. 1028 u B- 1M- sloux clt. la.
Plymouth Blog. Minneapolis. Minn. t
OFFICIAL publication concerning soli. Highest prices paid for furniture. D.387L
climate and crops of Wisconsin mailed 1
free to those addressing Wisconsin State rnrr crnnir Attiri.-T. ti umam
Board of Immigration. Capitol 1000. Madi- LIVE STOCK MAKKKT OV WEST
son. Wis. BHIP live stock to South Omaha. Save
2ou-ACRC Hurnett county, Wisconsin, mileage and shrinkage. Your consign-
fann: good soli; house, new barn 40x60, ments receive prompt and careful atten-
silo and other buildings; fine spring tlon-
stream runs through land: on mall routo , ZTZIZ r,. . "
and telephone; about 55 acres under cul- LIve stocU Commmlos Merchants.
tlvatlon: can practically all be fanned; ,. . . ,
good soil; price. $7,000; $3,600 cash, balanco MARTIN BROS & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
can etand five or ten years. 6 per cent;
flno stock farm. 1
1028 Plymouth Bldg. Minneapolis. Minn. mrMT nfll UHn
HAVE half section of extra good Wis- J-"- UiMAIIA lihjhj
copsln land. Will subdivide to suit pur- nuni1 IIHA f t itjititi
chasers. Care "C," Bee. 14 N. Main St, ILULi llUMtt PAPER.
Council Bluffs. la.
In a roundup of the exporters at Chi
cago, coupled with advices from the sea
board, there has been no vtssel room
taken woi thy of mention for the new
crop of wheat This fact presents a moio
bearish nnncnrnnm ihmi tho nvitrnfv
.wheat owner cores to say. From present
Vi1"1"110"' wmi a visiniR supply or nearly
62,030,000 bushels of wheat In tho I'lilted
States, and the visible larger 'than gen
et ally believed, there will be a great
deal of this groin nvnllable. nnd unless
the holders in this country meet tho
views of foreign buyers, thoro will bo
heavy offerings of breadstuffs when th
new winter wheat crop Is ready to move
While the visible supply of wheat In the
United States decreased 1,773,000 bushels
the last wek, the Canadian visible In
creased 721.CO0 bu. The total In the coun
try north of us Is now 21.3H.00O bushel,
and whllo this Is 6,000,000 bushels In ex
cess of stoc.iH of a' yenr ago. the larger
exporters at Montreal and Winnipeg say
that It will be necessary for holdors to
cut the price below that now lining asked
by Russia In order to place the surplus
on tho morkt. Tho holdors of whent In
our own northwest, as well as In western
Canada, arc endeavoring to cause a
change In sentiment by saying that un
less the weather becomes milder so that
seeding may becomo general, there will
ba a falling off In the acreage seeded
to client this spring.
Every piece of news relative to the
growing wheat was favorable. President
George E. Marcy of tho Armour Grain
company, who Just returned from ft trip
to California, says that along the Santa
Fa road in Kansas, aa well as the other
states through which ho passed during
tho daytime, tho prospects for a big crop
of wheat as viewed from the car window
was most excellent.
Several other grolnmen on tho Board
of Trade were on their way home
from California, and they all reported
the crop prospects the best they ever
noted at this season of the year.
Cosh wheat was unchanged.
The bulls and bears In corn aro busily
engaged In "touting" their respective
sideB ot market. Tho bears nro advis
ing their friends to keep from tho mar
ket for Mav corn nnd iro Into tho more
deferred futures, while the bulls oro given
assurance that purchases ot May corn
on tho soft spots Is almost certain to
show a. profit. The undercurrent In corn
was a strong ono yesterday because ot
Weeklv weather forecast, which Was con
sidered us slightly bullish not only on
corn, but on oots ns well. Cash corn
was mo to ic higher.
Oats closed strong nnd at fractional
advances on buying by shorts. Cash
oats were 4c higher.
Thcro wcro many claims of delayed
seeding, and this may possibly provo
a bullish factor later on.
While the price changes In provisions
woro unimportant today, tho undercur
rent was one of strength. Thcro was a
fair call for cash meats In tho south, hut
this was overbalanced by more or less
liquidation of May lurd, while there was
some reinstating of the more deferred
futures. Hogs were lower at the yards
and this caused some selling at various
times. Two houses which have recontly
been on the selling sldo ot ribs and lord
were the leading buyers yesterday.
Tho Liverpool inarxet opened with
wheat selling unchanged to Mid lower
and corn unchanged to lid higher. At
1:30 p. m., Liverpool time, wheat was
unchanged and corn unchanged to lM
lower, and wheat closed tilQid higher,
corn ttd higher to ttd lower.
Wheat. Corn. Ooats.
1'id. Futures steady. May.
CORN Spot quiet. American mixed, Ha
4d. 1.H Plata futures steady; July, 4s
d; September, 4s 7d.
NEW YORK (UCSSa.Vr, MARKET
St. Louis ...
Thrn hnlnif no market In Chicago to
day or. account of the primaries, clear
ances and Chicago receipts were not sent
These cash sales were reported today:
Wheat No. 3 hard winter. 3 cars, 84V4c;
1 car, 83c. No. 4 hard winter: 2 cars, fc2!-ic,
J .... .1 . , no. Itlf rnrtlNn. i
1 U. O illiAUU. A www. wu... -
white: 1 car, 67c. No. 2 yellow. 3 cars, bic;
Nn -x vnllnii" K rnra. tMic: 2 cars. 670.
No. 4 yellow: 2 cars, 6Cc. No. 2. mixed: 2
cars, bo Vic. ino. a mixeo; i car, wi7t;
cars, 6GC No. 4 mixed: 1 car, 65t4c; 1 car,
65Vic; 1 car, 66c. Oats Standard : 1 car,
.W4c No. 3 white: 2 cars, 37'ic; 2 cars,
37Hc No. 4 white: K care, 37ic.
Omni,,, rn.li Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard.
83i87c: No. 3 hard. StWSWc; No. 4 hard.
7!Wrf4r: No. 3 SDrlnK. S5Q85WC; No.
anrlnir. 82U.(ff84e: No. 2 durum. 85V4EfS6c;
No. 3 durum. S4HfffS5c. Corn: No. 3
whlln 7iHf,75c: No. 3 whlto. Wil7c: No,
4 whltB fflUfiflBc: No. 2 yellow. 66067c:
No. 3 yellow, CCV4C7c No. 4 yellow, C5V4
(SC6e; No. 2, 66WO6V4c; No. 3, C6V4flWc:
No, 4 , 664l6c. Oats: No. 2 white, 3
39c: standard, 38V38Hc; No. 3 white,
37l4f37?4c; No. 4 white, 37iic. Barley
Malting. soa6c; ino. i ieeu, lanjouc nj-e
No. 2, 67v4fi"6Sc: No. 3, 5767c.
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET
BUTTER No. 1. i-lt). cartons, J7c; No.
1, 60-tb. tubs, 27c.
CHEESE Imported Swlssf 30c; Amer
ican Swiss, 24c; block Swiss, 22c; twins,
21c; daisies. 21c: triplets, 21c; Youna
Americas, 22c; blue label brick, 19c: Urn-
burger, 2-id., soo; new xom wnue, :ic
FISH White. 11c: trout. 13c; largo cran
nies. 12c to 16c: Spanish mackerel. 16c:
shad roe .per pair, 60c: salmon, 11c: hali
but, 12c; buffalo, 9c: channel catfish. 16c;
pike, 12c; pickerel, Sc.
BEEF CUTS Ribs: No. 1. 17?ic: No. 2.
16Hc; No. 3, 16Vic Loins: No. 1, 19c; No.
Z, 17c; tio. 2, lti'ic. unucKg; sso, i, iic;
No. 2, 10Uc; No. 3, 10c. Rounds: No. 1,
lSc: No. 2. 13i4c. No. 3. 13Vlc. riates:
No. 1, 9c: No. 2, 8Vic; No. 3, 8c.
POULTRY Broilers. 25c: hens. 14c:
cocks, 9c; ducks, 14c; geese, 10c; turkeys.
26c; pigeons, per dozen, $1.20; ducks, full
icaiiiereu, iic, kcvw, iuu i-uiiictcu, jvu,
squabs. No. 1, $1.604n:.oo; to. r, juc.
Wholesale nrlces of beef cuts effective
today In Omaha are as follows:
FRUITS Oranges: Navel, 64, per box,
$2.15: 80. per box. $2.25; 96, 100, 126, 160.
200, 216, 250 and 288, per box, $230. Lemons:
aunkist, sou and aw, per nox, so.oo: ilea
Ball, 300 und 360, per box, $4.60. Grape
fruit: 30. $360: 46. $4.00: 64. $4.60: 64 and SO.
$6.00. Apples: Extra fancy Colorado, Ben
Davis, per box, $2.26; Missouri pippin, per
box, $2.60; White Winter Pearmaln, per
box, $2.75; extra fancy Gano and Ben
Davis, In barrels, $6.60 per bbl,
VEGETABLES-Cabbage: New, 2tfc per
lb., old, ,2Hc per lb,; red globe onions, per
lb., 4c; Imported onions, per crate, $2.00;
peppers, per basket, 60c; fancy Florida
tomatoes, per crate, $4.00; choice, toma
toes, per crate, $3.60; cucumbers, per dor.;
$1.00 to $1.60; fresh beets, carrots, turnips,
radishes, parsely, per dos. 60c; headlet
tuce, per doz., $1.00; old beets, carrots,
turnips and parsnips, per lb.; 2c; honey,
per case, $3.00; cider, per keg, $3.00; rice
popcorn, per lb.. 3c; shelled popcorn, per
lb., 4c; crackerjaok, per case, $3.50; half
case, $1.76; new potatoes, per hamper
$3.C0; sweet potatoes per hamper, $2.00;
banas, per bunch, $1.60 to $3.60.
OLD VEGETABLES New York cab
mage, per lb., 2,4c; sweet potatoes, per
hamper. $1.50; parsnips, per Jo.. 2c; beets.
per ? .Jo! ar?t?1 Per lo-. 2c; turnips!
per lb.. 2c; Red River Ohio potatoes, per
bu., $1.00; Idaho potatoes, per bu.. fee:
Early Rose potatoes. Kc; red onions, per
bu., $3.00; yellow onions, per bu., $100;
Spanish onions, per crate. 12.00.
The following prices are furnlahed by
tne Glllnsky Fruit company;
Minneapolis firnln Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 7-WHEAT-No."
1 hard, &H4fi91ic; No. 1 northern, S8t
90c; No. 2 northern, 8GH&S7HC; No. 3
83T?6Hc; May, S7HSS74C; July, 88U
BARLEY I Mi 66c.
R Y E J6Vij7c.
CORN No. 3 yellow. 6G5Ua.
OATS No. 3 white, 34,fi7c.
I.HerpooI drain Market,
LIVERPOOL. April 7. WHEAT Spot
quiet. No. J red western. 7s 3,d. No, 1
Manitoba, 7a 4d, No, 2, 7s 2d, No, J, 7s
(ttiolntloim of the Due oil
NEW YORK, April 6 FLOUR-Market
quiet; spring patent. $4.&01M.6&; winter
NEW YORK. April 7. -Ft-OUR-Market
dull; spring patents. $l.&0tN.86, winter
straight. $4.24., winter patents. $440
4.70; spring clears, $4.0034.15; extra No.
1 winter. $3.65ti.75, extra No. 2 winter,
$3.3f3.; Kansas straights. SUCQI.20.
WHEAT- Spot market cosy. No. 2 hard
winter, We, c. I. f.. New York; No. 2 red,
$1.64. elevator; No. 1 northotn. Duluth,
fcUc. f. o. b., nfloat, opening navigation;
N. 1 northern Manitoba. $l.CO. f. o. b..
afloat. Futures, weak; closing tttfMie
net lower; .May, W'ic July. IMHc; Sep
CORN Spot niinket dull: No. 3 ellow,
7Hc, c. I. f., to arrive.
OATS-Spot: steady; standard whIU.
444ISc; No. 3. 4ltf444c; fancy tllpped
HAY Dull; standard. '.'.itfJl.W; No. 1
fi.02Wfl.05; No. 2. !KVl95c; No. 3. S06c.
HOPS Quiet; stnte, common to choice,
1913, Sf4f43c; l12, .in': l'ailtlc const,
1S13. 194122c, 1913. 1501SC
HIDES-Steady; Bogota. 2S4flV':
Central America, 294c.
PETROLEUM Steady: refined. New
York, bulk. $5.25. barrels. $S.7o; coies.
WOOL-Steady; domestic fleece. NX
LEATHER K,lrm; hemlock flints, 39ci
PROVISIONS Pork, quiet, mes.
$23.ooy23.50; family, $2I.0OmW.W.i; short
clears. $2u.2lT2iOO. Beef, steady; ine,
$18.0018.60; family, tlMW20M. Cut meats,
dull; pickled bellies, 10 to 14 pounds,
$13.2314.60; pickled hams. $1I.26M14.50.
Lard, steady; middle west. $10.66iMo.rt5;
refined steady, continent. tlt-OJ; South
America. $11.75; compound, $S.97UG.tKli.
Americn. 111. 75: comnound. $8.37H C2H.
TALLOW-Htcady; city. CHc; country
61(c: snec al. cue.
BUTTER Weak: rece hits. 14.1(00 tubs:
creamery extras. 25WP26Hci firsts. 2W
254o; held extras, 22 4 tf 21c; process ex
C II H E 8 E Irregular; receipts, 3,800
boxes: stato whole milk held white spe
clals, 19c; colored. 19t9Vic: whlto aver
ago fancy, l84QlSic.
EGG 8 Weak : rece Dts. 35.000 esses
fresh cathe.red extras. 2142c: firsts,
UOOVic; nearby hennery white, Soft
POULTRY Dressed firm; fresh killed
western chickens, 6Clo: fowls. 14J'lSVic;
turkeys, 21023c. Live firm; turkeys, 20
Corn null Wheat Iteuloit Bulletin.
T'nlted States Derjartment of Agrlcul
ture, weather bureau's report for the
twenty-four hotirs ending at 8 a. in., i5th
meridian time, nt omana, ncd., Tuesuay,
April 7, 1914;
fitntlmis. Hlsli. Low. fall. Sky.
Ashland, Neb,. 45 33 .00 Pt. cloudy
AIIDUrp. NCR... 1U AM ciouuy
B'kcn Bow. Nb 45 31 .00 Snowing
Columbus, Neb. 39 33 .00 Cloudy
Culbertson. Nb. 41 34 .00 Cloudy
Falrbury, Neb.. 4S 31 .00 Cloudy
Folrmont. Neb. 40 30 .00 Cloudy
Od. Island, Nb 40 32 .00 Cloudy
Hartlngfn, Nb. 40 21 .00 Cloudy
Hastings, Nob.. 40 30 .00 Cloudy
Holdrege. Nob. 44 32 .00 Cloudy
Lincoln, Neb... 42 3.1 .00 Cloudy
No. Platte. Nb 44 34 ftl Snowing
Oakdale, Neb... 41 29 .00 Cloudy
Omaha. Neb.... 41 33 .00 Clear
Tekamah. Neb. 41 30 .00 Pt. cloudy
Valentine. Nb. 46 22 .01 Cloudy
Alto. Ia 37 2(5 .00 Cloudy
Carroll, Ia 40 30 .00 Cloudy
No. of Tcmp.
Dlstrlct. Stntlons, High. Lot
Columbus, 0 18
Louisville. Ky... 22
Indlanap's.. Ind. 13
Chicago. Ill 24
fit. Louis' Mo.. ..18
Des Moines, la. U
Minneapolis .... 61
Kan. City. Mo.. 21
Clarlnda. Ia.... 49 32 .00 Pt. cloudy
Sibley, la 3R 21 .00 Cloudy
Sioux City, la. 38 28 .00 Cloudy
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
Omaha. Neb.... 17 42 30 .00
A very decided drop In temperature oc
curred In tho corn and wheat region last
night, and freeing weather prevails , In
the Chicago. Minneapolis, Des Moines and
Omaha districts this morning. Very" light
nnws aro foiling In tho Dakotns nnd
western Nebraska. nalnB of one Inch or
more occurred at points In Missouri,
Illinois and Indiana.
L. A, WELSH.
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Desirable Kindi of Cattle Steady,
Others Slow to lower.
H0QS STEADY TO SOME LOWER
Sheep nml l.nmha Trtent -Kit r to
Thlr4-Flir Cents Lower Than
Last Krldnj Slow nt
SOt'TH OMAHA. April 7. 19H
Receipts were- Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 2,300 6,0t 1J.276
Lstlmnto Tuesday 8.401 11.600 S.600
Two days this week.. 7.7S0 is.loT 17.776
Some days last week . 8,241 t4,4.t 2!,7
Home days 2 weeks ago ..MS 1J.MJ 26.108
Same.lay3weeksnR0 M78 35.925 27,324
Same days 4 weeks ago 12,074 16.6M 24.S79
same days last year.. . 9,W 14,189 2A,r7
The following table shows ths receipts
0. cattle, hugs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock morket for the year to
dkte as compared with lost year:
7lv 1BU .nc Dee
K J3S-11 !MIR 12.6M
l1.0 787,722 816,572 28.850
s,,eP 745,417 617,073 128,414
...Ti10 'ollo,wlnB ,"t"p "hows the tange of
1. r.!f.f..f01.h?" Rt the South Omaha llv.
enmunV i?J?" IOr ,he ,Mt fen" JVS. With
"ate, 14, 11913, H912 lll.'1910.lliK)8.190S
181 8 46
741 6 661 6 62I1U 64
J 70 C CSj !l0 tl
S i?l 7 10 6 45 10 53
t 601 t M
B 44 4 nl
44 4 $1
J 4 73
Mar if I g 8.81 7 04 10 84
Ml? 2?V -?i , J M 8 "I10 r''l MJ "
Mtr mV b SJ ( 41(10 63 6 61 4 80
liar 2 2l I 0l' 6 " 6M W
X ill' ill ! S ? 5 Z OH 6 33 10 ffi 6 55 4 .SI
64 36 .50
70 44 .00
54 40 .80
44 32 .70
IV) ' 42 .80
44 30 .60
40 18 .00
CO 36 .70
St. Lnnls General Market.
ST. LOUIS. April' 7.-WirEAT-No.
red, 924c: No. 2 hard, fS4U0c; May, 89o;
CORN-No. 2. 71c i No, 2 white, 7207SHc;
flioy, 7iHc; July, TOTic.
OATS No. 2, 40if40ic; No. 2 white,
i',iaizc; Juoy. iuiy, zvne.
Knnsns City Grain nnd Provisions
KANSAS CITY, April 7.-No grMn mar
BUTTER-Creamery, 24c; firsts, 23c;
neuunus, ic; pacKipg, JfrC.
EGGS Firsts, 174c: seconds, 154c.
POULTRY Hens, 164cj springs. 16c.
NEW YORK. April 7. COFFEB Lower
European cables continued full Brazilian
recolptH and reports of slightly easier
cost una ircigm oners seemed respon
sible for some scattered selling In the
couee marKci today. There were rum
ors inai leaning trade interests wera
prepared to take up May deliveries, but
there was very little demand around tho
ring ana arier opening steady at a de
cllno of 6 to 6 points, the market sold
about 7 to 9 points net lower. Covering
tiiuBHii a oiiKnt rauy later, wun tns close
sieaay ai n net toss or 4 to 7 ixiint
Soles, 28.000 bas: April, 8.34o; May, 8.4So;
July, 8.68c; September, 8.77c; October,
8.85c; December, 9.0lc; January, 9.06c:
SPOt dull: RIO No. 7. 8iSTSTtc: flnntna
No. 4, 124c. Mild, dull; Cordova, 124
Oils nnd Rosin.
NEW YORK. April 7. OOTTONfiEKTi
01l-Market firm: prime summer yel
low. $7.66: May. $7.63: July. $7.66; Sentem.
ROSIN Market easy.
TURPENTINE Market easv: mehln
SAVANNAH. Oa.. April 7. TURPEV.
TINE Market firm, 43Hc; sales. S3 bbls.;
receipts, 236 hbls.; shipments 173 bbls.;
stocks; 11.164 bbls.
ROSIN Market firm; sales none: re
ceipts. 1.395 bbls.: shipments. 858 bhln
stocks, 98,606 bbls.
Quotations, a, h, j.io; t:, D, 13.75: E.
$3.80; F. $3,834; G, $1S5; H. $1.00; I. K
$4,10: M. .M; K, W.40; WO. $5.75. WW.
NEW YORK. Anrll
quiet at $3.76&3.'83; I,ondon, 18 2s 6d.
Spelter 'quiet at $5.26i6.30: Tondnn.
10s. Copper steady: spot and June. 313.S7W
(314.374: electrolytic. 114.75: lak. nsno
nominal, casting, $14.374ffH-60. Tin wesk;
spoi, jsB.wicu.iio, June, $36.8037.10. Anti
mony. Cookton's dull at $7.25. Iron nulet
London prices. Copper ou t: innL
16s; futures, 60 2s 6d. Tin steady: spot,
i.i9i as; xuiures, tiw. jron, Cleveland
warrants. 61s 44d.
ST. LOUIS. Anr 7,-METAI.S-i.miI
quiet at $3.70. Splter, $5.12',4.
S Sl 7 48j 6 43110 70j
8 85 7 731
8 S3 7 79
63H $ SI, 7 79
fi 24)10 68 58
6 29 10 57 8 ffi
6 37 10 GO 7J
10 01 72
6 28 6 76
7.i 8 42
7 63 6 2l!l(l S3 lS 5
8 71 1 12)10 15) V) 5 82
Viff Tf1", Bn2. '"'I'osllton of live stock
fne , . 1 lords, ,sout. omah
olocK-csWUr ,,0,,r, 0m,,"K at
C m a , Cntu? 1,0K' ShceP- "Vs
... . -J. A .....
Missouri Pacific ... 6
Union Pacific 31
C. & N. w.. cast
t. & N. w.. west... 19
C St. P.. M. o. 21
C, VT. & CJ., west... 19
c.. n. 1. & p.. ca,t. ..
C.. R. I. A p., wcst. 4
Illinois Ct-ntral 6
Chicago O. W 1
Total receipts ..133 m ;i
DISPOSITION-H EA D.
Cattle. Hogs. Shrcp,
Morris & Co
Swift & Co
Cudahy Packing Co....
Armour & Co
Schwartz & Co
Lincoln Packing Co
South Omaha P. Co....
W. B. Vansant Co
Benton. Vntmnnt 1.
Hill & Son
I' . B. Lewis
J. B. Root & Co
J. H. Bulla
wertitcimcr & Degen...
McCreary A Kellogg...
II. F. Hamilton
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co....
(D. & F
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA. April 6.-PRAIRIR
Choice upland. $11.00012.60; No. 1.
12.00: No. 2. $9.00011.09: No. 3. 1? OOtfio r.
choice midland, $11.60012.00; No. 1, $lb.C0a
11.60; No. 2, $8.00010.00; No. 3, $S.0oa
10.00; No. 1 to choice lowland. $9,001;
10.00: No. 2. $7.OO0.OO; No. 3, $5,003-7.00.
STRAW Choice oat or rye, $.00O.60;
choice wheat, $5.0006.60.
alfalfa cnoice pea green, leafy,
fine stem, $14.60315.00; No. 1, $12.00314.00;
No. 2, $10.00&12.CO; No. I, JS.0O&10.W.
NEW YORK. ADrll 7,-COTTON-Fu.
turra closed firm; May, 12.80c; July, 12.60c;
siuKuai, I'.tocj m-iuucr, h.ibc; uecemoer,
11.79c, Spot, quiet; middling, 13.40c; gtt
LIVERPOOL. April 7.-COTTON-Snnt
easier; good middling, 7.71d; middling,
7.39d; low middling, 6.89d, Sales, 1 ,()
CATTLE Reeelnts wem fnli- fi
TuesdHy, but the total for the two davs
this Week la Verv llsht. tnntinir nn nnlv
o.iou neau, oeing me smuilest for a good
many weens uack; and only a little over
half as large as a year ago. At the mme
time other market points were poorly
supplied, but In spite of that fact, tho
condition of tho market would Indlcato
that there was a groat plenty to supply
the meager buying demand.
Buyers were out In tho vords In fnlr
season tins morning and picked up the
mare desirable of the offerings at prices
that wore generally steady with veater.
day. On the other hand, tho medium
o common nait-iat cattle were slow to a
little lower than yesterday. Tho trade
was moro or less of a draff, and It was
late before a clearance was effected.
Heifers and the better erodes of cows
on tha heifer order wore about steady
wun yeiwsruay, oui me leas acsiranie of
tne cows were slow and dull.
There were only a few stockers and
feeders In the yards, mostly In small,
scattering lots. There wan some Utile
Inquiry for desirable kinds, and lli mnr.
ket was generally steady with yesterday
uii wim Hinu ul umue.
Quotations on caitle: Good to nrtma
yearlings, $8.2JflO.O0; good to choice beef
steers, $8.156.76; fair to good beet steers,
t7.ibtr.ir; common to fair beef steers,
7.zoU7.7; good to cnoice cornred heirers,
J6.0Olr7.25: fair to good grades. M.75li
(.00; common to fair grades, $4,2505.75;
good to choloe stockers and feeders, $7.65
07.ro; rair to good stockers and reeders,
l,H-unui, uviiiiiiuii IU lUI VLUUKnil O.I1U
feeders. J6.50S7.25: stock cows and heif
ers, $1.00727.60; stock calves, $6. 60.oo;
veal caives, (,waw.uj; duus. stags, etc.,
HOas Rece Dta were the largest for
over a week, something like 160 loads, or
11,600 head being received. The two days'
total Is 18,101, being over 3.G00 larger than
lost week, and about 4.000 heavier than
for the same days last year.
The market opened out In pretty fair
shape. Shippers and speculators and one
of the packers wero out early buying
nogs at prices that were ruuy steady.
These early sales were mode largely
around $8.4o. with quite a sprinkling up
to $8-w, and a top or w.bzv,. a nor twenty
five or thirty toads had been cashed, how
ever, the other buyers started out bid'
ding prices that were close to a dime
lower than yesterday's average, buyers
offering $8.40 for good hogs, and on down
around $8.33 for the commoner kinds.
Aa a result or tins sudden peansn
trend of values, tha trade came to a
complete standstill. Sellers held out
for a return to the early prices and buy
ers refused to raise their bids. Things
remained practically deadlooked until
along towards 11 o'clock, when bids twgan
to strengthen un again. This advance
In prices did not amount to so very much,
as the figures offered were still a big
nickel, and In some cases 6-glOc, lower
than yesterday, hut salesmen came to
the conclusion that this was about all
the could get, and the balance of the
supply finally began to go to the scales
at prices that were a big Sc lower than
Monday's general market. The big end
of the offerings sold on this basis, but
towards the close one or two buyers
found that they still needed a few hogs,
and the demand livened up a little, so
that tne last sales old not iook to be
over a flat 6o lower.
Taking the early sales Into considera
tion the overage market Is not over 6o
lower, although, as was stated, some
of the sales are as much as 61j10o lower,
The narrow bulk landed at $3.40ff&45.
while a ranga of $S.3&Q8.S0 covers nearly
everything. The early top of $3.624 was
the highest price paid.
SHEEP As a consequence of yester
day's decline of anywhere from 15c to
36c all along the line the receipts drop
ped off considerably this morning as
they amounted to only some 23 cars or
6,600 head as compared with 15,242 last
Tuesday and 8,766 on tho same day a year
ago. The close yesterday was draggy
with the result that about a dozen loads
of lambs and ewes, thn most ot them be
ing lambs, were carried over for today's
Conditions locally or at any ot tha other
live stock centers did not seem to Indi
cate any material Improvement, though
sellers wero able to got bids on some
offerings this morning that the packers
would not try to buy on Monday
Strictly good killers ot any kind being
scarce, the packers did little during tho
early part of the forenoon but pick up h.
few lambs and ewes thut Just suited them
at prices about steady with yesterday's
close or 25y!5c lower than last Friday
(llltKO 1,1 13 STOfK MUtKF.T
('tittle Kloir nml Generally Menil)
IIiirx Ui-nU to I. niter.
.CHICAGO. April 7 CATTLH-Reoelpt
3.MM heart: market slow Hlld nener.illv
steady, calves, 26ISOc lower, beeves. 16 90
f.S0. Toa steers, $7.15JJS.30, western
Jieers. $7 01JI8.10; stockers nnd feeders.
6$.00 Hi; -ows and heifers. W.T0fw.5-i.
calves, KGim 10.00.
HOGS-ltecelpts. 13.000 hedd; market
y nlt to shade lower, bulk of sales, JU64T
SSS; light. $S.ti8.8f,; mixed. $8.0O!(I.W'
K8 'Sl)' rol,,!l, '3M8'SO- r'""-
SIIKKP AND LAMUH-llecelptii, 13.00)
I'i'L1, lLm,,,'t Mow and steady: native,
J?-S!f' WMtt-rn, .30ir.i. yearllnes
$.i.i6fn.; IhiiiIis. native, J('..t6flS (fl; west
KnnnnN lt- !,lve Stock .llnrket.
KANSAS CITY, April 7.-OATTLH-Re-(elpls.
4.709 head, mnrket sternly to
strong; prime fed steers. JS.(WJ1(I.2D;
dressed beef steers. $7,404(8.40. western
steers. J6.764VS.t6; southern steers, KMfl
7.S6; cows. $4.50fi7.75. heifers, $'V75fl.7S:
stockers and feeders, $fi.50fl7.!; bulls. $5.25
.75; i-olves. 6.SOEM0.C0.
, HOGS Receipts. It.MO head; market 6c
lower; bulk. $S.45iftffli; henvy, $8.Ci l.Ti ;
packers and butchers, $s.60tiS.75; light,
$8.4!M.60; pigs. $7.tXH8.CO.
SHEEP AND LAMIIS-Rccelpts, 4.20)
head; morket steady; spring Inmbs. $100;
lambs. $iV60(t7.S5; yearlings. $6,0117.00;
wethers. $5.2M!U0; ewes. $5.00rl".
Nlnnx ( It) Live Stock Mnrket.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. April 7. CATTLE
Receipts. 1.800 head mnrket 10c higher;
nntlve steern, $7.10178.15. butchers, 6.78(iJ
7.S5; cows and heifers, $5.(X)tI7.10: ch liners.
$3.60Crt.60; stockers ami feeders. $7 0O47:
calves. $3.(Xfr..60: bulls, stOKC etc.. $5.50
nous-Receipts. 6,000 head: morket 10c
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Speculation Again Slow nnd Values
WHEAT REPORT DOES NOT HELP
Iloth the Wnlmali nml Frisco Com
mon nntl Second Pre
ferred Mnke Nerv Lnvr
NEW YORK, April 7. -Speculation was
ngnln slow today and market values were
little changed. Even the brilliant promise
hold out for the winter wheat crop in
tho government report failed to nrvj
the market from Its lethargy. Appear
ance of tho report was the signal for n.
demonstration on tho part of the bulllrh
traders nnd for o fow minutes speculation
was lively. Rut the professional it
erators fulled to attract n following, in
spite of the fact that the nop report ex
cieded even the bullish forecasts which
hud been made, with nn estimated cf.nc'
tlon on Al 11 1, of 05.0 per cent, a com
pared with n ten-yenr nvrrnge. of S5 7 per
cent. The efforts of professional traders
hnrt little influence on quotations and
nfter n few minutes the murkct settled
tmrk Into Its dull routine.
Number ot sales and leading quotations
on stocks were:
Amain mitrd Copier .
Amtrlran llret Guitar .
American I'an pM .
Amerlnin I. K
Atnrrlian Cotton 'UII...
Am Ice IWurlllM. . .
higher, henvy, $8.40)(8.42i, mixed. $.37li American Uniwt
(18.40; IlKht. $S.3MfS.3!,. bulk. $S.S2ii,flS 40 Amcrlcnn H.
, SHEEP AND LAMllS-lteeelpts. 40) "'"iA."...
head, mnrket steady: fed muttons. K.50 u!.,r."t"nlnl
a.. I American I. i..
, .).lHlh w; I
7.10. wethers, $6,00110.60; ewes,
.St. l.onU l.lvc Stock .Mnrket.
ST LOl'IS, April 7-CATTLE-Re.
celpts. 3.500 head, morket. strong to 10c
higher; beef steers, $7.&0110.: cows and
heifers. $4.36ffS,75; cttockers and feeders.
15.00V8.00; southern xteers, $5.75118.00; cows
nnd heifers, $4.rKV(j.l, calves, $6.(Off 10.25,
HOGS Receipts, 0,600 heart; market,
steady; pigs anil limits, $7.0on8C0; mixed
nnd butchers, $8.75178.00; good henvy, $8.80
(i 8. 85
SHEEP AND LAMIIS-Recelpls, 2,500
head; muttons, $V7Mlfi.fO; lambs, S7.00liR.lS:
ellnneit Inmlia tr. ?rjl?7
St. i Joaciilt Live Stock Mnrket.
ST. .TOSKPH, Mo., April 7. CATTLE
Receipts, 700 hniid; morket steady to
strong: steers $7.0tvjf8,75: cows and holf
ors. $4.00418.60; cnlves, $5.00fiO.W.
HOOS-Recelpts. 7.000 bend; maiket
slow to 5o lower! top, $8.66; bulk of bhIos,
SHEEP AND LAM IIS-Receipts, 1.200
heart; market steady; lambs, $7.001j8.00.
Live Sloi-k In SIrIiI.
Hecclpta of live stock ot the six prin
cipal western markets were ns follows:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
l.soo uv ion
3.509 D.500 2, 'no
4.700 11,000 4,2tV
700 7.000 1.3
3,400 11.500 5,500
3,rX) 13.000 13,000
Sioux City ...
K'onsnn City ,
St. Joseph ....
17,000 58.000 2S.S0O
New York Money .llnrket.
. NEW YORK. April 7-MONBY-On coll.
steady, 1HU! Pr cent; ruling rnte. Hi
per cent; closing, lifJ2 per cent. Time
loons, steady; 00 days, 2Hf?2?i per cent:
W days. 2i per cent; six months, 3fl3U
PRIME MERCANTILE PA PE R 3!4jf 4
per cent. Sterling exchange, firm; 60
day's, $4.8490j'demarid, $4.5660; commercial
SlLVER-llar. 6Sy,e; .Mexican dollars.
IlONDB aovrrnment. easy; rnllrood,
Closing quotations on bonds today were
U. S. trt. 2i. rc... M iw M. St.. .102
dn coupon HU Iirlltril 5 101
V. H. In. rt "UII. N, nnl. 4
do coupon ,,.....10tHM. K. ay T. lit A$. MVi
V. R. 4, re llHt'Mo. Pacific ct. 5a, 7Hf
do coupon ........111 N. y. i', g. 3Si.... H
Panama U coupon. .101 'do dab. 4s.., MU
Amcr. A. ti lW'i ilrt 4Ma, 1M1 lnc4
Am. CM. Oil. 5a.... WN. T Hlsta 4Ua.. .totn,
A. T ft T. cr. 4H, V Itr. adj. (a., tfi
Am. Rmcltlns 6a..,.l04T4N-. y., K, .
Am. Totacco 6a IM, cr. 100
Armour & CM. 44i.. IH.M, W. cv 4Ka..l3
n No. I'aclllo Ml
! 'do Ji , en
0. K. L ref. ta... til
Atchlion sen, U.
do cv. la. 1IW...
A. C U c. 4a..
Hal, . Ohio ....
do cv. 4H
tietli. Weal rcf. M.
nrook. Tr. cv 4l..
On. ot nn. Di.
wi Pacific T, T. i., JH
eiHl'ann. cv, Sua. !!
TH do con, ( ..10014
lUtlnr. Con ,... .. .115H
lOIUTlandlnv mn. i. .. axt.
ran. Leather 6a ItH'Ilrn. Htccl Sa. idio ml
Chfi. A Ohio 4Vl.. M H, I & 8. K r, 4 7714
do Cv. 4Vi BlIiFt, U H. W, f..44., 7U
C. II. ft Q. 1. 4 17J4B, A. U adj. 5a.,,. tl!
lio sen. an. ....... wuvurwi, ntll. m. M...
C O, W. 41 74UHo, Ta, cv. 4a. ...
C M ft S P e 4HI..10IH do ref, la
do can. IHa 101 S,i. Hallway U.
C. It. I. P, c. 4i SMi do fan. 4i. ...
do taf. 4 DIHTetaa Co. am. 4a
C. &4N. W. SV.I. JWTn. & Pac. lat
. TOViTnirtj Ava. ad, li
. Union I'aclflc U.,
'.. 4 cv. 4a. .
, 78 'It. H, Rubhar U, ,
. 7UIT, R, KI..I (a., .
.104HV..r. Cham, Sa,,
C. A H. rtf. 4Ua.
D. ft It, O. rf. 5a.
I)t. RMurltlca 6i...
Erie cv. 4. r. H
do a'n. 4a
dan. Klectrtc 5.
Qt. No. lit 4Ul...lWtW.blll lit 5a.
111. On, ref U. . 91 Wait. Union 4Ui.
Intar Mat , i 76t4Wcirt. Blec. cr s..
I H. db..4i, lt:i, l
Quotation! furnlahed hr Duma. Iirlnker
4t omitia Natlontl bank bulldlnti
Anarondn Mlnlns Co.. .
Atohlian pfd . ..
Allintlc C'oait l.lna
Ilaltlmnre ft t)hlo
Ilrooklyn llapld Tr
tvntral leather . . ..
Chltaio (1. W
ChlciKO. M. & Kt I'....
Chlcaso N. W
Colorado Kual ft Iron. ..
trUanro ft lludnon
Dtnier ft Mo Orande. ..
Ilcnvar ft It. Ct. pfd
Ulitlllara' Hcturltlci . ..
Krla lit ptd
Krle M pfd
tlifil Northern pfd
Oraat Northern Ora ctt.
Interbotouih Met. pfd..
International. Ilnrveiter .
KtnuH t'lty Southern....
lAcleda (laa ,,
Uhlth Valler ,.
I)ulllle ft NnhYlllci.
51.. 8t. I. ft fl. Rte. M.
Mliaourl, K I T
N. It. It. of M. M pfd.,
Near York Central
N. V.. O. ft W
Northern Taclflo ........
P.. t. C. ft HI. I
rreeecd Hteel Car ,
Pullman I'lUcc Car......
Ilrpubllc Iron ft Hteel.,,
Hepublle I. A H. pfd ...
Ilnck liland Cn
Cock Uland Co, pfd
R. L A H. I". 2it prd..
Keabnard Air Line u
Hea board A. U pfd
Hloaa-Kheftlald H. & I ...
Southern Pacific ,
Ho. Itallwav pfd
Tana ft Pacific
Union Paelfln pM
tinned Htatea ttealtr. -,
United Htntea nuhber....
United Htntea Hteel,
U. H, Reel pfd
Va. -Carolina Clienilcil ,,
Wabaih pfd ,
Weetarn Maryland ,. .
Witlnehoueo Electric , . .
Wheeling ft take Erie.,
n. r n. ii, . ji .....
llay Con. cjoppef
baltt Itlct. ;xar Cloaa
.JW jTh ;j rtk.
so m ion. in
UK) li'i 15', lb
son ; it
2,400 101V 1911a
to) 1UI4 1SS
3CI 33 31
1.000 M!4 2S
. . . Mi
. .. 1101,
4.400 IU li',4
"Aid ifai iii'l lis'
roo . U 33V4 25
.. . 155
Tc'-il ulea for the day, 111,(00 ehirea
. , 31
Deitrlc Creamery pld
uraumom, laa,,- ea.,..
Council nluffa O, ft n. 5a
Dears ft Co. pfd
Denver, Colo., 5a, 1111 1..
rremont 11 1:
Fairmont Creamery 7 per rent pfd...
Ilumeion. la., Si. ltll
Hooper. Nab. City Hall Ca. 1931 ....
Kins Co., Waah.. Itoad 5a, 1534
Lincoln, Neb., Traction 5a
Lincoln Co., Neb.. Drldis la, 17I .
Mountain Ftatea T. ft T
Montreal Tramway lit ft ref Ct
New York Blata Ity, 4'ii
Omaha K L ft P. 5a. 1533
Omaha K. L ft I. pfd
rity or Omabk Hewer 4'4. 1921
City of Omihi ma, 194)1
Omaha ft (', II. Rt. Ity. 5, 1121
nma.hi.ft I-. b. hi. Ky. pra
Omaha ft C. U, It. ft U .
I'ort and. Ore.. 4V41. 1W3
Blata of California 4a, 1D29
Hlueton H. D., 5a. 1MI
swift ft Co, 5i. 1144
Rwlft ft Co. Hock
Rloux City Stock Varda 2i. 1134
Keittt Hchool U. 1912
Union ritock Tarda Omaha
London Htoett MnrUrt.
IONDON. April 7. American securities
were iulet and featureless during: the
early trndlnir today. At noon prices
ranged from unchanged to ', above parity.
MONEY Consols for money. 7fiWc; uc
ccunt. 7(rHc; Union I'aclflc, $lfi4i',
HILVKK Bar. steady, 27(1: money, li.f,
1V4 per cent; short bills, 1 11-16 per cent;
threo months, 1 1310 per cent.
Dry t.'onda MnrUet.
NEW YORK. April 7.-DRY GOODS
Cotton goods markets were quiet and
steady today. Men's wear duplicates for
fall nave negun to come in from tne
clothing trade. Tailors to the trade havn
placed substantial orders with many
houres, itlbbons were active,
Wrran(ata Btvm gtfftmlfm.
Fw Imllalers lit Hi Comjefllirs.
Sate, Speedy nnd Positive) Our for
Corp. 8 pilot. Swacir, Caspei KoeV
BtriimS Teniou, roimiar, Wini
TnSt. and all UmiatM frea hsTts.
Klnrboat and other beny (umora.
Ouns all sUa dliaaUM sr Tarailtai,
TLroiD, Diphtheria, lUtasrM all
, HnmaaJRemely for ihiomatlaaa.
(ritas, Bora Throat, Va, II lliirafuaHe.
tvsry bottls cf Cauitie Balaua told Is
WarrantMl to rlar aaUalMtfonTPrlcs tl 5a
Pr bottle. BoiU by drurf lata, or asat M !
firast, etaanres paid, wlfn Mil dlrectloxe tor
J J1- .'"Sad for dsacrlpUva clroslua,
tcittmonlau, ate. Add rata
' th Uwrtnet-Wlltlimi C.,Civ(lind, 0.
Annlo 2 t0 3 feet 10
3 to 4 feet 15J
'rvfific to o loet 20tf
XIULb o to C feot "5
100 Concord Grapes S3. 50
Cash with order. Bent prepaid.
GATE CITY NURSERY,
1802 Farnnm Street, - Omaha, Neb.
MONFY IN GRAIN
flow bSvs puts or oalta on 10100 buabals ot
Company, aiii "---ai - ...
IMPORT I" I
JAKE KLEIN'S APEX
AGED IN WOOD
A HIGH STANDARD WHISKY
4 TUX I,
FOR QUALITY AND
PRICE IT HAS NO EQUAL
ONE TRIAL WILL
FREE FOR EA8TER
WITH BVERY ORDER
A nottlo of Wine, Corkscrew Whisky
Glass, niid a Valuable Present,
JAKE KLEIN--MMILY UQM BEALEI
1314 DOUGLAS ST.. OMAHA. NE1
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