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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1915)
TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BKK: FKBIUJARY 21, 1015.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat, Corn and Oats All Fall in
Price and Close with the Mar
EXPORTS BIO DURING WEEK
OMAHA. Feb. , 191$.
Export clearance of breadstuff from
ort'1, America this wk were enormous,
Th figures, including flour as wheat,
make up a. grand total of 10,2:7,420 bu.
I W hlle It in a difficult matter to secure
the export tales of grain from day to day,
sb tne various export concerns are close
mouthed, the sales yesterdsv were estl
n ateu at 1.00.s(M bu. of wheat, in all
position. 84.0j0 bu. of corn and :2c,0O
t'u. of oats. A Duluth mesaage reported
a round lot of wheat as sold tliers for
till rail, and said that the cars have been
ordered to load the grain lmiu.dlfUel v.
There was soma question as to the, cor
rectness of the suies of cash com on
Thursday, and it la generally believed
that there are times when these sales
ate duplicated. There Is more wheat ar
riving at the ports of Argentina, as the
visible supply there Increased l.loo.OuO bu.
the last week to total of 4.MMHO bu..
against 2.3W.OOO bu. a year ago. Clearanc-a
liom the seaboard for the day were 88s,
Corn and oats both suffered price reces
sions yesterday, with the volume of ex
port business reported as small, when
compared with that of yesterday.
The early strenicth In grain held the
market for hog products steady during
tne opening hour, but the western hog
recelpta were again very heavy, and there
waa some selling by longs. The close was
Vteak, with prices fractionally lower.
t t m a i a mnnt mapbaf
Wheat was W24o lower.
Corn waa H'tflHc lower.
Oats were U'5J4c lower.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour
equal to 1.235,000 bu,; corn, 117,000 bu. and
oats, 33.000 bu.
Liverpool closed with corn U1 higher.
Primary wheat receipts were 7D9.000 bu.
and shipments 787,000 bu., against receipts
of 734,000 bu. and shipments of .120,000 bu.
Primary corn receipts were 786.000 bu.
and shipments 662,000 bu., against re
ceipts of 1.193,000 bu,. and shipments of
bS!.0no bu. last rear.
Primary oats receipts were 86.1.000 bu.
and shipments 828,000 bu., against re
ceipts of 883.000 bu. and shipments of
643,000 bu. 1b at year.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago 153 863 180
Minneapolis ...-,.230 ... ...
))uluth 61 ...
Omaha 15 4t 17
K&naa City 78 43
St. Louis S3 48 26
IWInnlpeg 241 ... ...
Bales reported today: Wheat No. 3
hard winter: 2 ears, $1.66, No. 8 hard
winter: 1 car, 11.65. No. 4 hard winter:
1 car. 3t.63V; 1 car, 11.61. No. 4 spring:
1 car, 31.44. Rye No. 3: 1 car. 1.1H
Corn No. 2 white: 1 car, TOHc No. 8
white: 8 cars, 69Ve; 1 car. 69c, No. 4
white: 2 cars, 684c. No. 3 yellow: 3 cars,
68Vic. No. 2 mixed: 1 car. 69c; H car,
6S1.C. No. 8 mixed: 3hi cars. 68c. No.
4 mixed: 1 oar, Clio: S cars, 67fcc; 2 cars,
7V4c; 1 car, 6To. No. mixed: 1 car, 6oc.
Mample: 1 car, 65c; 1 car. Sic Oats No.
5 white: cars. 64a No. 4 white: 1
car, 644c. Sample: 8 cars, 63c; 1 car,
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard,
tl.64M,4j1.66; No. 8 hard. 81.6391.66; No. 4
hard. 81.44(31.634: No. 3 spring, 81.621.66;
No. 2 durum. 81.464Dl.48: No. 3 durum. $1.46
il.47. Corn: No. 1 white, 70HHjIlc; No. 2
white. i?OVifa704c; No. 8 white, 6W3tHc
No. 4 white, SfS8o; No. 6 white,
6M4c; No. 6 white. 67Hi8o: No. 1 yellow,
4i9'4c; No. 2 yellow, 68HS9c; No. 3 yel
low, 68'4S4e: No. 4 yollow, 7H8c; No.
6 yellow, 67Vli37ic: No. 6 yellow, 677V4c
No. 1 mixed, 68HgS9c: No. 2 mixed, 68
84c; No. 8 mixed, 67H8o: No. 4 mixed,
67S8c; No. 6 mixed, 6M4fi67ttc ; No. 6
mixed. 66ff46Hc; sample, mixed. si&i&ic.
Oats: No. 2 white, 6466e: standard, 644
4nM-c; No. 8 white, 644c; No. 4 white, 64(r
644c Barley: Malting, 734?79c; No. 1 feed,
309c. Rye: No. 2, $1.12H1.20; No. 3,
CHICAGO GRAIN AND rROVISIONS
Features of the Trading and Cloalnar
Prlcoa on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Feb. B0. Dangerous condi
tions developing abroad for export shlp
ments brought about a fresh decline today
in the price of wheat. Notwithstanding
rallies, the market closed unsettled at 14o
under last night. Other net losses were:
Corn, c to K&JlVsc; oats, 4o to lo, and
provisions, 7o to 37Hc.
Hather stormy selling took place at the
ouuet 111 the wheat market here, regard
less of firm quotations at Liverpool. It
was evident that holders cn this side were
liquidating in wholesale fashion, many
stop loss orders being executed, especially
In the July options. During the break
which ensued, howtver, cash and export
houses were persistent buyers ot the May
This circumstance and the fact that
some foreign business was said to have
been done at the seaboard and In Kansas
City led to a reaction, which was after
Wards duplicated with Increased force,
owing In part to word that millers were
buying at Minneapolis.
Fears that exports from the United
States might be gravely interfered with
prevented the rallies in the wheat market
from asaumlng a lasting character. Ad
vices regarding the energetio attacks on
the forts of the Dardanelles came too late
to affect the market.
Corn was under pressure from the bears
the greater part of the day. Domestio
buying for Industries was something of
an offset st one time, but the Influence
of the big visible supply and of the wheat
weakness could not .well be conquered.
Seaboard assertions of a big export call
for oats were Ineffectual to overcome In
that cereal the results of the depression
of other grains. Traders also ignored ref
erences to the paucity of farm reserves.
Provisions snowed decided weakness!,
especially pork. It was said packers) were
figuring on big arrivals of hogs next
Following la the range r prices:
Open. High. Low. Close. Yes y.
1 60 1 614 1 69 1 H4 1 61H
1 80 1 81 1 2 1 814 1 fcJ4
7C 76 75', . 76 77H
777.. 7Vs 774 78 78
68 69 674 ft W
64 66 63, 644 bi'A
18 10 18 66 18 10 18 224 18 60
18 80 18 95 18 66 IS 674 1 024
10 60 10 674 10 46 10 46 10 624
10 76 10 76 10 to 10 674 10 80
10 00 10 10 10 00 10 0741 10 16
10 30 10 374 10 30 10 3241 10 40
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red,
ll.6ifth-l.ti-; No. 2 red, tl.eoijl.SJVs. Corn: No.
4 yellow, 714Q'r.4c; No. 4 white, 7244P
72c. Oats: No. 3 white, 666740; No. 4
wnlte. 564i7c. Rye: No. 2, II 26. Barley:
7IKUS6C. Seeds: Timothy, xo.wftue.tx; ciover.
lJX.60fc 15.K0. Lard. 810.00. Ribs, 8a.20ffiO.W4.
bt. 1 1 fc.u Higher; creamery, iu
fcxiU.S Lower; receipts, 7,240 cases; at
mark, cases included, 20'24c; ordinary
flirts. 2.1"; firsts, 24c.
POTATOES Lower; receipts, 87 oswa;
Midline, n and Wisconsin red, 37Jjc,
PuULTRV-AUve. springs, 14c; fowls,
New York Geaeral Market.
NEW YORK, Feb. 20. SUGAR Market
for futures was quieter today, but prices
were ealer under scattered liquidation
fur over the holiday and closed S to 4
points net lower. Sales, 800 tons. Raw
sugar, steady: molasaea, 4.U0c; centrifugal,
4 iTc. Keflned, steady.
UCTTKK Steady; receipts. 4,000 tubs;
creamery extras (92 score), 31.fr 0140;
creamery ihlgher scoring), 32irtC4c;
creamery firsts, 2ryU30c; seconds, 24j.n4c.
KUU.S-l'nsettled; receipt 3.441 cases;
freah gathered extras. 3uu304c; extra
firsts, &4c; firsts. 24'S:!c; seconds, 27yi
Sc; nearby henneries, whites, 8.iiaio.
OHKK.S1S Easier; receipts, 1,3M boxes;
state, whole milk held, specials, 17Vl74c;
state, whole milk, average fancy, I64&1
POULTRY Live, weaker; western
chickens, 164C16C: fowls, IcBa54c; tur
keys. liU7c. Dressed, firm; western
roaming chickens, mrile; fresh fowls,
144'l4c; turkeys, 14(ji-'4c.
NEW YORK, Feb. 20 -COFFEE The
market for toffee futures opened un
chsnged to two points higher this morn
ing, in sympathy with the relatively
steady ruling of Braxil, but prices am d
off later under trade selling, w lb lh
market closing net unchanged to four
points lower. Sales, 9.600 tisgs. Febru-
feptember, &V-; October. 6.H.V; Novem
oer, (.tuc; Oecrmbcr. 7 OSc. Spot, quiet :
Klo No. 7, Tc; Santos No. 4, c. Mllrels
prices were unchanged in the Bratltlan
ni arkets at the close yesterday, and Hlo
exchange on London was unchanged at
OMAHA OE1F.R1L MARKET.
BXTTETt No. 1, l-n. eartont, Be; No.
I, ilb tubs, JSC.
CTIEF.SE Imported Bwlsa. 84c; Amer
ican Swiss. 2c: block Swiss, 3c; twins,
16c; daisies, ltc; triplets. 17c; Young
Americas, 19e; blue label brick, 17Hc; llm
burger, 2-lb.. 20c; 1-lb., 80c; New York
'hlte, 19c; imported French Roquefort
l"OTATOE8 Colorado Rurals. 76o bu.;
Red River Ohios, 80c bu.; Minnesota.
Whites. 6Ac bu.
FISH Trout, 20c; large crapplea, 16c;
halibut, 14c; channel catfish, 14c.
VKirr POTATtlRS-Kanaas. $2.75 bbl.
BEEF CUTS No. 1 ribs, 16c: No. 2, 14c;
No. I, loc; No. 1 loin, 174c; No. 2, l&4c;
No. 8, ll-Vc; No. 1 chucks. 9c; No. 2, 840;
No. 3, 7V; No. 1 rounds, H4c; No. 8, 11c;
No. a, M4c; No. 1 plates, 8c; No. 2. J4c;
No. 8. "c
POULTRY Broilers, 14Hc; spring chick,
ana Ho; hens, tigtlc: cocks, to; ducks,
luc; geese, tc; turkeys, ltic: pigeons, per
dos., 80c; ducks, full feathered, 10c; geese,
full feathered. 8c; squabs. No. L 81.64; Na
Market quotations furnished by Qlllaskl
FRUITS Oranges: Rxtra fancy. Alpha
betical, all sizes, $2.76 box; extra fancy,
Olendora Homes, all sixes, 82.66 box; extra
fancy, Sunklst, all sixes. $2.60 box.
Lemons: Fancy Sunklst, SOs. 3H0o, $4.00
to $6 00 box; choice Red Ball. $3.60 box.
Grapefruit: Sbe, 64a, 64s and sOe, $..60 box.
Apples: Extra fancy White Winter Pear
niaines, $2.00 box; extra fancy White Win
ter Pearmaines, $1.76 box; extra fancy
Washington Wlneeaps, $LuO box; extra
fancy Washington Spltsenburgs, $1.00 box;
Washington extra fancy Hoovers, $1.35
box; fancy Washington Jonathans, 176s,
lHHs and 300s. $126 box; Idaho fancy
Grimes' Golden, $1.W box; Idaho choice
Grimes' Golden, $1.26 box; Idaho extra
fancy Jonathans, $1.60 box; extra fancy
Black Ben Davis, $1.25 box; extra fancy
Black Twigs, $L50 box; fancy Black
WEDNESDAY P M
Twigs. $1.86 box; extra fancy Ganos, $1.35
box; fancy Ganos, $1.25 box; fancy Rome
Beauties, $1.60 box; fancy Rome Beauties,
6-box lots or more, $1.40 box; extra fancy
Black Twigs, Vf &' blil.; extra fancy Mis
souri Ben Davis, highly colored, $3 26 hid.
Grapes: California, Emperors, $3.f0 bbl.;
Malagas, $ti.0u bbl. Pears: Anjous, $2.26
box; Lawrence. $3.00 box; Jerseys, $2.2i
box; Bosco, $2.2i box; Mheldon, $2.2i box;
Easter, $2.26 box. Bananas: Per bunch,
$1.75 to $.1.60. Strawberries, 40o jt.
STRAWBERRIES 4uu qt
NUTS No. 1 California walnuts, per
lb., 18c; black walnuts, per lb., 34c; fil
berts, per lb.. 16c: pecans, per lb., 124c;
Braxlls, per lb., 124c; almonds, per lb.,
20c; 12-12 ox. figs, per box, t&c; 60-6 os.
figs, per box, $2 00: sugar walnut dates,
per box, $3.40; Halowl dates, per lb., 8c.
VEGETABLES Cauliflower, per crate;
$3.00; now cabbage, per lb. 2c; cucum
bers, per box, $2.26; red cabbage, per lh.,
34c; celery. Jumbo, per dos., 90c; peppers,
per basket. 60c; loaf lettuce, per doz., 40c;
onions (shallots), per dox., 600; head
lettuce, per doz., $1.00; tomatoes, per
crate, 86.00; onions, yellow, per lb., 2c;
garlic, per lb., 26a: onions, red, per lb.,
2c; radishes, per dos., 60c; onions, white,
per lb.. 24c; turnips, per doz.. 60c:
onions, Spanish, per crate. $150; spinach,
per doz., wc; enatve, per 10., iibc; parsley,
per dos., 60c; artichokes, per doz., $1.50;
beans, ner hamper. $4.60. brussel sorouts.
per lb., 20c. Potatoes: Colorado rurals.
per busnei, oc; itea river onios, per
ousnei. wc; nunnesoia wniies, per bushel,
6ic. Sweet potatoes, per hamper, $1.86.
MISCELLANEOUS Shelled popcorn,
per lb., 4c; limes, per box, $1.76; cracker
Jack, per case, $3.60; crackerjack, per
half case, $1.75; checkers, per case, 83.60;
checkers, per half case, $1.76; hoswy, per
case, $3.76; New York cider, per keg, $3.50;
cocoanuts, per sack. 83.60; cocoanutg, per
dos., 76c; cranberries, late Howe's, per
barrel, $7.00; peanuts, raw, per lb., 7c;
peanuts, raw, sack lots. Jumbo, per lb.,
8c; peanuts, roasted, per lb., 84c; pea
nuts, salted, per can, $1.60; mushrooms,
per lb.. 60c
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 20. WHEAT
Cash. No. 8 hard, $1.6644H-64: No. 2 red.
$1.66; May, $1.62; July, $1,264; Septem
ber, $1. 161.17.
CORN No. 2 mixed. 70AMlo: No S
white. 73c; No. 2 yellow, 71(&714c; No. 3.
' " , iHityiu, tfuiy, I U 1 OC LH1IC
OATS-No. 3 white, 66467c; No. 8
EGGS Firsts, 22c; seconds. 17o.
OATS No. 2 white, 664067c; No. 8
POULTRY liens, 124c; roosters, 104c;
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 20. WHEAT
May, $1604; July, $1,464: No. 1 hard,
$1.66; No. 1 northern, 1.60Vtf 1.&4T4; No.
8 northern, $l.Wti'l.o21.
FLOUR Declined; fancy patents. $7.50;
first clears, $6.45 second clears, $5.00.
CORN-No. 3 yellow, 70i'iT71a
OATS No. 3 white, 5G4J554C.
tit. Lonls Grain Market.
ST. LOUIS. Feb. 20. WHEAT No. 2
red. $1671.68; No. 3 hard, $1.68(g1.63;
May, 1.53; July, $1,264.
CORN No. 2. 73c; No. 8 white, 76c; May,
75V: July, 77i&774c.
OATS No. 2, 67c; No. 2 white, 6S4c.
Laeal Storks and Bonds.
Quotations furnlhd br Burns. Brlnktr
44 Cm.h National bank bull4in
Deer A Co. pM
Fairmont Creamery 7 pr cat pf4.
Hochen krg, co
Llnooln Traction Co
M. C. Pettr Mill ptd
t'nlon stock Yrd, Unuhs
t'pdlko Grata ma
1;pdik Grain Co..
Clay Co., Iowa, te, IK
Florsnoe, Nab., 4a. ,
King "o , Wa.o. ia. 1031 ,
Kanaaa CUr, Me.. School 4. 1U1. .
Humboldt. Nab., lift. 6a, 12&
Lincoln U, H. & P. 4a.
Uwla Co., Waah.. Rcl. 4i. ltlU
On aha E. 1 P. bfl lill
Oman A C. B. St. Ry. H. 1124...
Oiraha C. B. Bt. Hy. ptd
Omaha Watar 4 Ha. 1M1
Orn.ha Hchool 4 ltil
lJlliabury-Washbura Klour still 4a..
PacllU Power Light (a
Ban Francisco, Cal . as, lHlrlMA..
(rvlft Co. 4a, 1M4
Bupalior, Nab.. Walar 6a, UM
Unlvanlty Plans 4Ma, 1414
Omaha Hay Market.
AUilTI BVkt, . Q It A 11)1 t, vv.v
Choice upland, $11. 5?'12.00; No. 1, llioor
ii.ov; io. z, w.o"o.:-u; iso. 3, 6.'a8 n.
Choice midland, $ll.iy(rll.50; No. 1. $10.54
11.00: No. 2. $3.6uirttt.&0: No. 3. 86.0iKVii.ou.
Choice lowland, $a.009.30; No. 1, $S.5njji
v.w: i o. 2, ai.vKrjo.uu; ro. a, ao.lAKyruu.
ALFAIKA Choice pea green, leafy,
third and fourth cutting, $13.5014.50;
(must be extra choice to bring $14.60);
No. 1, $13.0013.60; No. 2. $12.0Ua12.50: No
3, $10.6ftft 11.60.
NKW YORK, Keb. 20. 'OTTON Bnnt
quiet; middling uplands, 8.66c; no sales.
Futures closed steady: March, 83Sc;
May, 8.63c; July, 8.82c; Auguat, 8. He: 8p.
timber. 8 88c; October, 8.06c; - December,
1.24c; January, .S3e.
UvliKhlOL, Feb. 30 CTTON' Ppot,
tteady; good middling, 6.1; middling,
4,Wk1; low midltng, 4jd. Sales 4.K0 balea
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. 20. DRY GOODS
Cotton goods and yarns were quiet today.
Burlaps were strong and active. Fancy
woolens were In good demand for fall.
More activity was shown In underwear
and hosiery for spot delivery.
Eraporatrd Apples aaa Dried Frnlta
NEW YORK. Feb. 20 EVAPORATED
nitIF:i FRIMTS Prunes, firm. Anrl-
cots and peaches, quiet. Raisins, steady.
NEW YORK. Feb. 20.-MKTA1jB-Cod-
per, dull: electrolytic, $14,6241.1.874;
casting, 314.2.14 64. Iron, unchanged.
bT. LOUIS. Feb. . MET A LH Lead.
unchanged, at $3-774. Bptlur, higher, at
Evaporate Apples ana Dried Frails
NEW YORK. Feb. 19.-EVAPORATEU
DK1KD FKl'ITS Prune barely steady.
Apricots and peaches, steady. Itaiaii .
t:i.ia Matter Murkrt.
KLUIN. Ftb. 80. BirTTER- No
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle for Week Quarter to Thirty
Fire Cent Higher Sheep and
Lambs 40 CenU Higher.
BATTLE LOWEST IN 3 YEARS
SOUTH OMAHA. Feb. 20, MUY
Official Monday 1.241 t,4 6.22J
Official Tuesday t.444 8 661 11. M
om. tl Wednesday .. 1 4M 17.H8 13.S54
Official Thursday.... 8,61 20.6J0 6,l
OKIclal Frlilav.., l,t-W lrt7f
Estimate Saturday 300 7,800
Six days this week. .11.617 T&.MO 4S.6.T9
Feme days last week. .17,07 6,ir 67.WI
Fame das 2 weeks ago S0.M 67,1: 61.1KJ
Same days S weeks ago ,s7 K0.242 M.TiW
fame days 4 weeks ago 17,498 4f.4 S8.4M,
Hume days last year. ...21,214 6..04 W.414
The following table shows the receipts
or csttle. hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date as compared wtlh last year;
. 1915 1H14. Inc. Dec.
Cattle 1),7S0 1H2.S70 1,
"Ogs 4S.6;4 434.136 4S.3K3
Bheep 38S.775 3.5.967 12,208
The following table shows tne average
Price for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last tew days, with
Date. 1816. lgl4.lPl,V;i9ll.lHU.19IO.l.
t 76 $
8 74 8
I 7 401 8
' I 8 13
7 331 3
4i 7 891
7 81 8
I 8 63K1 8
I 45 8
I 6 :4 8
Receipts and dtsposltlon of live stock at
the 1'nion Stock Yards, South Omaha, for
the twenty-four hours ending at $ o'clock
Catt la Hogs. H heep.H'ses.
f., M. & St. F
Missouri Taclflc ..
O. N.-W., east..
C. V N.-W., west..
C, Xt. P., M. & O..
C, B. & Q , east....
C, B. & Q., west..
C. R. 1. A P., east..
22 .. 1
2 SS .. 3
.. .. 2
1 21 2
13 107 ..
Morris Co 2,6-V
Bwlft and Company 1.231
Cudahv Packing Company 1,3F3
Armour to ... l.in
iWchwarta A Co Hi J
J. W. Murphy 4,614
Cudahy, Sioux City lwT
Totals 163 11.303
CATTLE There weni no cattle of any
consequence on sale today and the re
ceipts for the week amount to only 11.617
head, being little more than half a nor
mal run for thia season of the year. Hy
reason of the light receipts prices of all
kinds of csttle have been steadily work
ing upward. Killers aro at the close of
the week around 26(ff3oo higher than the
low point at the close of last week, while
feedors aro around 26o higher.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
ccrnfed beeves, $7.407.SO; fair to good
coinfed beeves, $6.75fif.40; common to fair
cornfed beeves, S5.75u.7&; good to choice
heifers. $8.00(b6.75: good to choice cows.
$;..75'(i6.40; fair to good cows, $4. 85Ui6. 76;
common to fair cows, J.I.WXqN.ST); good to
choice stockers and feeders, $6.80(ii7.40;
foir to good stockers and feeders. td.2;iJ
4.60; common to fair stockers and fenders,
8l.0066.26; stock heifers, 35. 266.00: stock
cows, $4.75$p6.7a; stock calves, G.0Ou.0O;
vest calves, $7.0010.00; bulls, stags, clo.,
HOTS With a good, strong packing de
mand and only an ordinary tsaturtlay run
on hand, prlcea reacted thla morning,
showing a KenVal advance of pretty close
to 10c. Advices from other points were
no more than steady at yesterday's close,
and consequently local buyers' early of
fers Were not much hetter than atoarlv.
but by the time a general movement was
under way prices were around ( 10c up,
and some sales made oh the close were
otioted as 10615c higher, with the mo-t
of the offerings selling at prl os that
were largely a dime higher than Friday s
average. Tne eager buying resulted in
sn active trade and everything had been
cleaned up before 10 o'olock.
Bulk of the supply was cashed at $6.45ft
$60, and owing to the fact that the best
hogs had been sold before the market
reached the high spot, nothing sold ovor
$0.50, although some pretty common hogs
reached that figure on the close. A few
pattering sales made early landed under
?o. At. 8h. Pr. No. At.
(0 M4 SO 6 44 n t
tt i7 60 S 40 3 XS4
H ) 4 4 414 (t 1M
... ( 4T4
W 4 60
... 4 40
M 44 4 4.V4 St Tit
tl 234 ... 4 46
7 234 40 4t
SHEEP There were no fresh receipts
today. The shortage In the week's sup
ply and the moderate supplies at most all
other markets has had an important bear
ing on the trade, as the week closes
fully 26&40c higher on both sheep and
lambs as compared with close of the
previous week. The week's receipts are
48.600 head, which la 8,200 head under last
week and 10,8U) short of the correspond
ing week last year. On Monday and
Tuesday prices had a hlghsr trend, but
Wednesday brought a slow and lower
market. On Thursday and Friday, not
withstanding liberal receipts for those
days, a good ntrong trade was the rule
and as a result the week closed In good
shape with good prospects for next week.
A gradual Improvement In the eastern
aressea mutton trade has been bullish
feature. The bulk of the rood lamba at
the week's close sold at $k.2t4j8.40, with
ins oesi Mexicans making a too or 38.60.
Some choice fat ewes topped at 86.60, with
the bulk going around $tvMHi6.60.
Wuotationa on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
Mexican. J8.IMS1.fiO: lambs, fed westerns.
tiOOuibO; lsmbs, shearing, $7.7606.26:
yearlings. light, I7.64KU7.7S; yearlings,
heavy. $7.007.5O; wethers, good to choice,
$ti.6o4ib.7o: wethers, fair to good. 86.2M
160; ewes, good to choice, 86.264.60;
ewes, fair to good. $6.001(6. 2b.
CHICAGO LITE) STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady Hogs Stronar
CHICAGO. Feb. 20. CATTLE! Rscelnt
200 head; market steady; native steers.
$o.26i8X0; western. K8m7J6; cows and
neuers, kwvi.w; calves, Vl.WtylLOO.
HOUa-Receipts. 20.000 head: mark
strong, mostly 6c higher: bulk of sales.
$6.40u.65; light, $6.40t.66; mixed. $6.3tn
6.65; heavy, $6.1i"i.6.&0; rough, $6.16.2J;
BllUJfcP AND LAM Bn Receipts. 1 000
head: market slow; sheep, $6 40p7.2&;
yearlings, $7.r7.&0; lambs, (7.2ujJ.76.
Kansas City Live Stark Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Feb. 20. CATTLE
Receipts, 200 head; market steady; prime
fd steers, $7.7ti.2i; dressed lieef steers,
$6.75ifl7.75; western "teers. $.603.7.76: am. k.
ers and feeders. 8i.76.76; bulls. 86 '3'd
S.f.u: calves. $t .antSlu.uO.
HOGS Receipts. 4,000 head-: market
steady; bulk of sales, $6.6urr4.tf0; heavy.
ftt.DOftti.oo: packers and butchers. 1 fa..-ii
8.60; light, 36 604H 624; pigs, 86 0O46..
BHLliP AND LAMBS Receipts, pons
lanihs, $S.("-;60; yearlings. 88.76(&-itt-
wethers, $6.27.O0; ewes. $a.7L6 40.
glees City Lire Stock Market.
BIOUX CITY.' la., Feb. 20. CATTLPV
Receipts, 400 head ; market steady; n.iixa
steers, $6.ip7.86; butcher, $5 2fK&d.0O; tan
ners. $3.&ui4H.7f; calves, 6.uUH(.Su; bulls
stags, etc.. $6 354t.76. '
Hts.8 Receipts. lu.ilOO head: mark.t u,
10c higher; heavy, $rt.4.Vn.K; mixed, ftitju
41S.45: light, $6.374.424. bulk of sales
44Hr.tP ANO LAMH-t-Rerelnta n
St. Jnseph LIT Stock Market.
4JT. JOSEPH. Mo.. Feb. 80.-4-ATTT.Ill
Receipts. 60 had; market steady; steers
86.6ii26 ow. and heifers. Uutn,-,.-
HOtlB Kecellts. 1 t head marttrt
higher: top. $66; bulk $6 6u4.66.
SHEEP AND I.AMHS-Keceluis. none:
mark' t stesdi : lamhs !S . u
I. I I I" trk Market.
t. I ni ifl 1 u t. A I'lT-PI L." ...
c. ipts. 60 hea l: market steady; native
b ef iteera. $7i0'nR"X); torn and heifers.
,. . . , ... ... . .J l . T .
! southern steers. $5 afT7.75: cows and!
i heifers. 84.coiik 76: native rlv. I
10 M. I
HOGS-Receipts, fift) head. market
steady; pigs and tights, $6 ftify.T0; mixed
and butchers, $-4.;0, good heavy. K.UAt
SHEEP AND 1AMB8 Receipts, 1.100
head: market steady; native muttons.
$rHV376; lambs. 6.0i.7C; yearlings,
OrJTi KFJVUOW OF TRADE.
Farther Pro areas Noted la Direction
at Increased Trade.
NHW TORK, Feb. 19. Duns Weekly
Review tomorrow will say:
Some further progress Is noted In the
direction of Increased trade, although
conditions are very Irregular nl oo not
apply with equal accuracy to alt sec
tions and all branches of business. The
weat, owing to the great demand by
prices for wheat la more prosperous than
other parts of the country. Conditions
In the south have been Unproved hy the
larger exports of cotton.
While the business situation la still con
trolled by conservatism prompted by un
precedent world conditions It Is steadily
gaining In strength and activity, and the
rate of progress, while It teems slow
from week to week, is temarkable Indeed
when measured by months.
Failures In the I'nlted ststes for the
week number 6ti4. compared with SS8 the
corresponding week lsst year. In Canada
failures numbered 06 against 69 last year.
Bank clearing for the week (five days)
amounted to $2,684,669,419, a decrease of
14.4 per rent as compared with the same
wwek last year.
Iinasoa Stock Market,
LONDON, Feb. 20 American securities
were neglected on the Stock market here
toi"-av and closed dull and barely at
SILVER Bar, 22d per ounce.
MONEY 1 per cent.
DISCOUNT RATWS-Short bUla and
threo months bills, 14 por cent.
War Prisoners Are
(Correspondence of The Associated Press.)
RERUN, Jan. I Prisoners of war
exercise upon many women the same at
traction noted so often In the case of
renowned criminal's, according to some
With the advonf. of the first train load
of captives In Germany last fall tame
stories, describing indignantly bow flow
er and dainties had been shower)
upon the prisoners, and how many girls
and women exhibited great pleasure at
securing a button from a military coat or
some other keepsake.
A rugged old soldier commanding the
prisoners' camp at Frledrlchsfelde, near
Wesel, has, according to a report In a
Wesel paper, hit upon a novel schema
for punishing the curious women who
flock in great numbers) to sea the pris
oner! under his charge. Visitor are
denied admittance to the camp, but many
ret as near as possible and try to talk
to the captives. (A number of these
women were taken In charge by the
sentries and led before the commandant,
His decree was tills:
"The women arrested are to ha con
ducted to the camp kitchen, where they
will peel potatoes for three hours."
The following manifesto, signed hy
Colonel von Wletera, commandant of the
prisoners' detention camp at Qosrllts, la
"The three young; women who felt
themselves moved to send their photo
graphs to the Russian prisoner, George.
Hlrschberg are requested to coma to the
office of the commandant and take them
away. If they do mot, their name will
be made public."
Three others, who fell In love with
wounded French prisoners of war and
became engaged to them, have been dis
missed In disgrace from their post a
volunteer nurses. The commanding gen
eral at Strasaburg, in communicating
their delict to the publlo through the
newspapers. Identified them by Christian
name, Initials and addresses to the sntire
community from which they came.
A MIGHTY C1TY0F THE PAST
Bejgtan Town In War Zone Once
Ranked In Greatness with
Doubtless there are millions and mil
lions of Americans to whom ths name ot
the Uttle Belgian town of Tpres, around
which the allies and Germans are now
battling furiously, come as an absolute
stranger and without significance, fittll,
In the heydey of It greatness and pros
perity Tpres ranked a large In the civil
ised world as Philadelphia, Chicago, Ber
lin and other big cities do today. Indeed,
it was a splendid city when Berlin was a
mere hamlet of half -civilised Slavs.
It wa In the days of ths commercial
greatness of Venice that Tpres attained
the summit of Its prosperity. It wa an
Important distributing center for the traf
fic which cams up through the Adriatic
by boat, was carried overland and then
scattered from Belgium to BnglanO,
France, Holland, Germany and other
countries. It also had great manufac
tures, and In the fourteenth century Its
population exceeded 800,000, making tt one
of the largest cities in Europe, Ghent
and Bruges, It near neighbors, were no
less prosperous. With tb changing of
the trade routes of IQurope the wealth
and population of Tpre disappeared, un
til It ha now less than 80,000 people.
When on reads of ths rls and decline
of these communities which flourished
long before America was discovered, It Is
Interesting to speculate whether the same
fat will overtake our own cities. Who
can telIT To u their foundation seems
substantial, but doubtless the worthy
burghers of Tprss thought the same of
their beloved dty 000 year ago. Now
French and German soldier are fighting
around It, quit Ignorant of the fact that
in sis and wealth It one eioeeded their
own Pari and Berlin, Philadelphia
THREE MEN ROUTED BY DEER
Oecapaat ot Beat Attempt to Lasso
Back, sa Have ta Re
treat. After a despafat fight with three
men In a boat, a deer gained It free
dom In the Stamford (Conn.) harbor and
disappeared In Woodland cemetery. Cap
tain "Jack" Ryl and hi sons, James
and William, saw ths buck swimming
across ths harbor from Davenport' Point
toward the Hhtppan shore. It was be
tween Grass island and Jack's Island
when they saw It.
They drove their power boat In ahead
and ran alongside the deer, but It eluded
them. Again and again this happened.
Then th men obtained a lasso and sa
tered a skiff boat, which they rowed
alongside thu deer. Th lasso was cast,
but the deer dodged, and, turning quickly,
mad a furious attack on the row boat.
He bucked It so hard with Ills horns
tlut the boat as almost overturned.
Captain Hyio and his sons, after an
hour's fight, were forced to give way a
bit, and the deer got ashore at the ceme
tery and disappeared New York Tribune.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Renewed Selling So Isvrg-e s to
Bring- Sown the Avenge of
Pricei to Low Level.
VARIOUS SPECIALTIES DECLINE
NKW YORK, Feb. 80. Renewed selling
of stocks at the outset of today's eva
sion was In such volume a to bring the
average of prlcea down to the lowest
level lor the present movement, tlpecu
Intlve favorites and various speulaltlaa de
clined from 1 to 8 iulnts beiore buying
appeared and the downward movement
was arrested. On the recovery trading
became dull with an irregular close, on
the whole the ease with whim prices were
restored suggested considerable underly
Wall street's attention waa again di
rected across theater, latest developments
offering lllUe Immediate hope of any
diminution of the recent strain. l-m-don's
markets were dull and Americans
were in light request. lcal conditions
were further complicated by recurrent
weakness In foreign exchange and ex
treme nervousness in the cereal markets.
There were Intimations that our bankers
were continuing their negotiations for the
placing of large foreign credits here, but
(teilutt or conclusive details were laoh-
"Loose-Wlles first preferred was ths only
tock to register a new minimum price
tndav, declining 8 points to 86. Houthern
Railroad preferred fell almost I points to
within a fraction of Its estsbllshed prV
ol 45, and Harvester Corporation dropped
16 Points to Ha minimum of 65.
After the clone of the market the stork
...I,..,, .nnnunroil these ASW minimum
prices effective Ffbrusry 81 American
Car and Foundry. 40; ",7j1M:o'"1Sl
tlve referred. American nleal Ftwia-
dry, !4; Hul!!more tnno, is- '
4S; Federal Mining Vrtrrri, 341
Wlles second preferred. T4i National Rail
ways of Mexico first preferred. 171 resard
Hteel Car preferred, 94; Beattoard Air Una,
preierreu. a, . .
The bond market was heavy, "r'j
hutln cause being the further selling Of
InvasUnent issues i'r .nt-, ',,''"
Total sales, rmf value, aggregated IU :
00. rmted Ulates registered 2e aJvajiced
4 of FTer rent on call during the ";
Number of sales and leading quotation
cn slocks were as follows:
Baipa. n'" Z L
Atanka nolo. : aT aia
AnialaamateA CVlW .... $. H J'
4k r t't
7 4 8H M,
American Meat ucar
neat suaar.... . r:4 s-jj j-w
Amarlnn tan "" f ? IV aiu
Am. Suiar HallnlnS...... i'-J
Amertrn Tel. Tel.... 4w lit
Amrrlcwn Tuhaoos ,w
n0 VH H
Anacnnda Hluluf m
Atchi-oo i-:1 iv
Baltimore Oln .
nreotlyn Hm Transit.. l.Wv StVt 44 "JH
Halltornla rtmlaim JJ
Cmrtlan Wwltlo .l0 W . I"'
Omtrnl I-wUhar ." M
rheaapeaka S Ohio 1,400 41 4044 S
('biraso Oraat Waatero '"S
tt,lio. M. St. T 8.10 4T.H 4
t'hlnsgo N. W 1M
T,lna ttopper 4o W Ma 44t
ttalurado Fal Irua... !U0 94 8.H
Oolorada A Hurttiarn. 4
rxnrar S, lUa Uranfla Qtyj
iJanrar a . O. ptd 10
Matlllara' SaourlUaa 10'i
lOrto I,M) ti. tli H
Oenaral Waotrto tuo 14tH ll a 141
Oraat Northara pM "0 1IH HH 114
Ocaat No. ura ctta SW uK jsi 0
Qiiasanbalm Hiploratiua.. ..... 4
Illinois (Antral 1U6H
Interborouih Mat. ptd.... TvO 4414 44
Inaplratlon Uoppar ,.
lntamatlona HarTaater 94
fLanaas City Suutliarn. ... too tlV4 II Wj 81
Fabian Vallay 8.10 U0 1I9H 1H
xMilarllle A Naahrllla... il4,
Mai loan patralaua 9, IIS) 44 4SH
Mlainl Ojppar lgUj
WUaourt, K. A T - too 10 io ji
Mlaaouti Pacttta too 11 l44 lou
National Ularult SOU 111 121S4
National Land 44
Naraa Cappar m 11 u
Naw Yora Cvatral l.uu 43t tSU iu
N. T., N. H. H ...7. 4J
Norfolk A Waatara. , 10
Sort ham Paolflo 1,000 101U, 101 JOIU
rrlflo Mall "
Paolfla Tal. A Tl M
ranDajlTanla 1,400 106 104 104 ai
ullaian Palaee Car too 1st ui let
Rar 00a. Ctoppw too ij it4
S1"? '. . M-w "l 40i 11H
RevublTn Iroa Staal ..... jj
IUKkUlan(l Co u
hock laland Co. pfd 300 1U. 1U lh
st. l. a s. r. 84Tfd... . ..! 1
SoutWa Parltl a.io u ia ta
outhara luilway ;w) u ta 11
IonV "ar 1,700 87H H f
7l) 4Z4 4 til'
700 44 44 e&H
ToUl sale for the say, 187.400 aharaa
few York Money Market.'
PA ?J?T' Fb' -METtCANTILH
PA I BR 3H44 per t ent. a-
HTIOttT.? Mil Irvmi 1 vm. ..
an j T ,1 1 . . ""'-'nxrj iemora lined
Uemunds. 84.81. r for
muvKlWl.r. 48Kc; Mtxloan dollars.
IinNhiin..m.n..i -. ..
heavy. " ranroaa,
Closing quotations on bond today were
U. S. rat. la, r-g-... 9HMo. Pao. t. ta.... u
da oouaon HIU av v . .... - -
V.H. Ia nif 101, N T. City 4Ua lau' iaav
do coupon iiuuj . V, ........",
Panama a. miimm loluu. , .
. . -. u, i-amia 4a. . . an
Am. Smaltara a.... VMM 0o .
A. T. T. ot. 44talM O S.U M
Armour Co. 4Ha.. II r,." T"g T ifu
R. I. a P. a. 4a U Si Sv
n. H. ret. 4m 11 nn. Railway a. Ja
Brie ten. 4a do ct. 4a auil
M K. A T. is a. . ni
Clear I a lions. Bank Statement.
the actual VXVJiY 1 -.ln? sttmentof
bankrin,1 ,JST.dl"2" ' ' .?1f . ""use
In ceas of legal requirement. This is
- ; fam mi I rum last weak
The statement follows:
ff?n"' Sto I2.1XO.948.O00 8 481 000
Reserve, fed. res bn. lll.fiHo.owj 1 697 000
Keserve, other dep.. SS.TVliouO wiJ
Net. dsmand depa.. f,lf or2,iO 10,0u0
Net time deposits... 97.997.0u0 4.876iw
CirculMiUtti ,.T .7'
xcaaa matirvA it , , i a ...
, I1i4I1,u a.OVB.UUU
Aggregal reaerve 80S flat (mi
summary of state banks and trust
oompan es In Greater New York not In
cluded In clearing house statement;
, . Amount. Decrease.
la.I.VtT suHo.wiD.iaw -si,an,iio
Hpecle 4J U60 200 unui
Legal tender 10 ow,)
Total deposits 6M,S6&,IW0 1sr,i.'&j0
M a n W a a a h mumm I 1 . . . . . . -
w . ii tiiii, , ,., ,yj;yao VW
irust companies' cash reserve. .843,076 0u0
tOf which J?91.6C,000 I pecl.
MOVES HOUSE TO GET EGGS
aer Save Wheat Formerly
Wasted, and Also Fatteoa,
F. M. SUhl, a farmer living near
Wakefield, Kan., ha what Is supposed
to be a new way of making hen lay.
"After th wheat Is cut and thrashed,"
said Stahl, "there Is always mors or less
grain on ths ground which Is an abso
lute waste. .In order to prevent thia I
built a portable henhouse, put ths thick
ens In It, hitched a tssm to It and away
w went to the stubble fields, whsr I
left It standing. Tb hen took to th
new location Ilk a duck to water, and
before very long I noticed a substantial
Increase in the egg production.
"In about s week I moved the hen
house fifteen rods farther on and thereby
supplied a new range for the hena. I
kept thla up until I bad coveted ths en
tire field. During thst period I sold $.110
worth of eggs and had fattened S00 fries,
all on th wheat that formerly had been
wasted." Kansas City Time.
TOPICS FOR A DAY OF REST
Ajinnil Meeting of Sunday School
Association to Be Held Monday
UTJION MEETING SUNDAY NIGHT
The annual meeting of ths Pouglsa
County Sunday School association will
be held at Trinity Methodist church.
Twenty-first and Blnney streets, en Mon
day and Tuesday. Most of the 125 Run
day schools In th county are expected
to send delegations. An attractive pro
gram of business, addresses and enter
tainment has been prepared.
A union meeting of all the churches
and Sunday school of South Omaha
and vicinity will he held at th First
Presbyterian church, Sunday evening, to
arouse Interest In the convention. The
officer of the ajasoclatlon will be present.
W. II. Klmberly. superintendent of the
adult division of the Nebraska Stat Sun
day School association, will make an ad
dress on "Vision, Vigor, Victory." at this
time Th convention will begin at 10; SO
Monday morning and will close Tuesday
President Allen of Doane college will
occupy th pulpit at the St Mary's Con
gregational church Sunday morning.
Memorial service for ths late Fanny
J. Crosby will b held at the Grace United
Evangelical church Sunday evening.
Only the hymns written hy Miss
Th annual church dinner held each
year st the Itanscom Park Methodist
church will he held Tuesday evening. It
will be a Washington dinner.
The Immanuel Lutheran choir Is pre
paring a Ienten program to ha given
Tuesday evening, March at th lm
mamnl Lutheran church. Nineteenth and
Caas street. The choir of sixty-five
voice will be assisted by soma of
Omaha's talented musicians s follows:
Mis Cora Swart s. soprano; Clinton Stunt,
tenor; Georg J. g. Collins, baritone; Mr.
Hetherlngton and Mr. Smiley, violins;
Karl Tickler, flute; Colonel Conltdgs, or
ganist of St. John' church of Council
During Int there will b vesper erv
Ices every Sunday afternoon at 4:80
o'clock at All Saints' church. On thts,
the first Sunday In I-ent, th music will
Organ Prelude Andante In 15 Silas
Nuno Dlmittts In D minor Walmlaley
Soprano Solo-No Night There Dank
Miss Hazel KTvana.
Anthem God Bhall Wipe Away All
Mrs. Gladys Chambers nd Choir.
J. II. eimnis, organist and choirmaster.
Mt. Morlah, Ta-enty-sixth and ward.
Rev. W. Hi DeClsybrook, D. D.. rastor
ITeachtng at 11 and 7:4ft. Sunday school
at 1. Midweek meeting Wednesday at 1
First, Park Avenue and Harney Street
H. O. Rowlands, Mlnlater Morning serv
ice at 10:80; evening, 7:80, Sunday school
t 18, George Waterman, superintendent.
Toting People's meeting at 8;80. Rev.
Thomas Anderson will preach morning
Grace, Tenth and Arr.or, B, B. Taft,
Pastor Men's prayer meeting at 9:30.
Sunday school at 10. Morning worship at
11. Junior meeting at I:4S. Baptist
Young People's union at T. Musical serv
ice, with Fanny Crosby songa, at 7:46,
Mission Sunday school, 1010 South Fourth
street, at S p. m.
CaWarr, Twenty-fifth ' snd Hamilton,
J. A. Maxwell, Pastor Morning, "God
Testing His People." Evening, "Too
Date." Bible school at noon; Q. w. Noble,
superintendent. Toung People' meeting
at 8:90, led by Miss Iran Doomls. Prayer
and conference meeting of th church
Immanuel, Twenty-fourth and Flnkney,
Arthur J. Morris. Pastor Morning wor
ship at 10:80; topic, "Th Fearlessness of
Faith." Ulble school at noon. Young
People's meeting at 8:80. livening wor
ship, topio selected, st 7:80. Junior meet
ing Wednesday afternoon at 8:80. Men's
supper and Bible atudy Wsdnesday even
ing at 6:90. Midweek prayer and praise
service at 8.
Zlon, Twenty-stxtri and Franklin, Rev.
William F. Hotta, B. 8. T., Pastor Morn
ing services from 10: HO to ll;preaohliig at
11 by the pastor; subject, "Th Influence
of a Hlngla Mrs." Sunday school, 18:80
to 2; Sister Susie Smith, superintendent
Pastor's Bible class, t:80 to 8:80. Baptist
Young People's union, :80 to 7:80; Sister
Odessa Harris, president. Song service,
7: HO to 8. Preaching by the pastor at 8.
Wednesday, 7:80, midweek prayer serv
ices. All ars welcome
North Side, Twenty-second and Loth
rop, George I Peters; Pastor Bible
school st 9:80. Morning service at 10:45;
"Th Church: A Plea for It Unity,"
Rvenlng service st T:80; sermon hy the
pastor. Christian Endeavor at :1S.
First, Twenty-sixth and Harney, Charles
R Cobbey, Pastor Morning worship at
11; "Christ's fee of the Personal Touch."
Evening worship at 7;S0; "Turning the
Othsr Cheek." Young Peopl' Society of
Christian FJndeavor, :U. Junior Kn
deavor, 4. Hlbl school, 9:46.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, St.
Mary's Avenue and Twenty-fourth Street
Services at 11 and 9; subject, "Mind."
Sunday school (two sessions) 9:46 and 11.
Wednesdsy evening meeting at 8.
St Marv'a Avenue. Twenty-seventh and
St. Mary Avenue Morning worship at
10:80. President Allen ot uoan coiiegs
will occupy th pulpit. Kelley chorus
choir. Sunday school at 18 noon.
First. Corner of Nineteenth and Daven
port, Rev. Frederick T. Rouse, Pastor
Morning worship st 10:80; "Home Studies
In ths Early Prngraae of Christianity.''
Sunday school at 10. No evening service.
Plymouth. Eighteenth and Rmmet, Rev.
F. W. Deevltt, Minister Morning sermon,
"Christ In Prayer lor us," 10:80. riundsy
school at 18. Young Psopls's meeting at
SO. Evening sermon, "The Thunder of
Hillside. Thirtieth snd Ohio, Rev. W, R.
Hampton, Paator Morning aervlce at
10:80. Kvenlng service at 7:80. Sunday
school at noon; D. Htlaner, superintend
ent. Senior Kndeavor at t:M. Intermedi
ate Endeavor at 4. Junior IJndeavor at 1.
Ht. Mstthias. Corner of Worthlngton
and South Tenth, Rev. Albert K. Wells,
Priest In Charge Holy communion at 8.
Sunday school at 10. Morning prsyer snd
sermou at 11. Evening prayer and ser
mon at 7. All welcome; seat are free.
Good hepard, Twentieth and Ohio
Streets. Rev. Thomas J. Cottar, lUctor
First tiunday In lent. Holy communion
at 8. Mumlay achool at 9:4V Morning
prayer and sermon at 11. Evening prayer
at a. inirn aervicea luwmr ann TV
day at 4. Wsdnesday at 7 46. Thurs
day at 10.
German. Corner Eighteenth snd Cum
ing. Rev. F. Ostertag. Paator Sunday
school at 10. Sermons by the pastor at 11
and 8. Young Peopls's society at 7:U.
i'raysr meeting at i Wednesday even
Orace T'nlted, Corner Camden Avenu'j
and North Twenty-seventh Street. Rev.
Thomas M. Kvans, Paator "Perpetual
Prayer, 11. Fanny J. Crosby msmr.rul
at 7:30, at which only hsr hymns will bs
sung. Sunday school at 10. Kaysfne
ueague of ( hiiatlan Kndeavor at 8:80:
subject. "Favorite Chapter;" leader.
Mis Uisle Dlnderolr.
St. Paul' Twenty-fifth ar.d Evan. Rav.
F. T. Otto, Paator Services .t 10; even
ing at 7:30 In klngllsa; Dentsn sermon.
Sunday school at 11:80.
ML Mark'a Knullah Twentieth and Hue.
d. tte. Ilrv, I, tJi-oh faster 'The Drama
of Life; We Are the Actors; Angels snd
-ten the Audience," II "Questions and
Answers." J:fH. Sunday school 8 44.
Young people's Chrlxtian Endeavor, l i
I St. Matthew's Knyi'sh, Nineteenth and
Castellsr. Itev. O. W. Snyder, Paator
Morning ssrvlcs st 11; subject. "Temptsd."
TTvenlng service at 7:V; subject. "Moaea
In I'repsratinn." Sunday school st 10.
auhtcct, "The death of F.ll snd Ills Sons."
i aiet hetlral rlaaa on Friday at 4:.
Grace English. 1.138 South Twenty-sixth
Street, Rev. Clarence N. Swlhart, Mln
later -Tim Mount of Sacrifice." at 11.
"Ths Incurable Cured." at 8 unlav
school, 9:50; J. F. Smith, superintendent.
i .inner league at 7. Larntnn service
Wednesday evenlnsr at 8 Cnnrlrmain
flaaaea Friday at 4 and 7:80.
Kountxe Memorial. Fcrnam DWi
Twenty-alxth Avenue, Rev. Oliver I)
llaltaly, PastorMorning worship at 11"
subject. "Itadlant With looking. r Even
ing at 8; aubjeet. "Dot. the Father
of Such aa Are Scarcely Saved." Sunday
school at 8:4S; Oscar P. Goodman, Super
intendent. 1 ,ut her Uirim at T. Special
lienten service Wednesday evening at 8;
aubjeet, "The Tnconfeased Sin That Wss
Fatal." Confirmation classes Thursday
snd Friday evenings at 7:45, and Friday
afternoon at 4:14.
Zlon. Thirty-sixth and Tatfavette. Rv.
A. T. lorlmer. Pastor unriav achool at
9:4. Service at 11. At 8 a song servloe
win ne held; a number or selections will
he rendered bv the choir and outside
t M ln f Thlirnt.v .v.nln. MM..r-,b
servlc at 7:30; choir practice immedtatsir
after. Friday evening, February W, the
mens society win meet at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Anderson. B10 South
Twenty-fourth street, or Twenty-fourth
snd Arbor. The subject for discussion
will he "Our Dutheran Mission," Intro
duced hy F. E. Miller. Th confirmation
class will meet Saturday afternoon at
The Swedish. Corner of North Nine
teenth and Burt. Guatav Krlckeon,
Pastor Sunday school st 10. Preaching
service at 11. Subject, "A Jovous Reli
gion." kip worth league service at 8. SO.
teaching service at 7:30.
Benson. Sixtieth and Main Streets, Rev,
Arthur Atsck, Pastor Bible school at 10
a. m. Mornlns worahln a t it a. m. An
them hy choir. Sermon by pastor; sub
ject.. - what will our Religion Stand.
Evening at 8:30, Epworth league service.
At 7:S0 p. m., special Fanny Crosby me
morial song service. Program of all
hymns written by Fanny Crosby.
Trinity, Twenty-first and Blnney Streets,
Thomas Blthell, Pastor Morning service,
10:. Sabath school. 19 m. F.pworth
loague. t M p. m. Kvenlng aervlce. 7:H0.
Illustrated lecture at 7:80; them. "Christ
Solving ills Problem."
Diets Memorial. Tenth and Plorce. f.
N. Dawson, Minister tihindav services.
Sunday school st 9:4a. Dr. .1. U Frans.
superintendent. Preaching at 11. Theme.
"Methodism and th World Parish." Ep
worth league at 8:80. Irene Mnson, leader,
Preaching at 7:30. Theme, "The Meaneat
Man In Town." Prayer meeting Wednes
day at 7:X Prof Kugene Knot will
enlortaln th peopl at thla church Fri
day rvenlng at 8.
MnCahe, Fortieth snd Famam, 'W. II.
Underwood, Paator Morning hour I 11.
Theme. "The Condition of Prevailing
Prsyer." Evening service at 7:30. "The
Dives of Two Men." Sunday school at
10, Mr. Georg Entrlkln. superintendent.
Adult Bible rlsas at 10, John Lewis,
tescher. Epworth league at 6:30, Mrs.
Robert Thorpe. President. Topic,
"Samuel, th Benedictions of a Spiritual
Home." Mr. Jolllft, leader. 1
Hsnscom Park, Corner Woolworth
Avenue and Twenty-ninth Street. O. W.
MoCaaklll, Paator Preaching service at
11 and 7:46, conducted bv the
pastor. Morning theme, "Christ last
Prayer for His Disciples." Evening
theme. "Kve, the First Woman Her
Place In the World." Sunday school at
:41V F.pworth league at 8:40 Midweek
prayer service Wednesday evening at 8.
Waahlngton dinner at church Tuesday
evening at SO. This la the annual church
dinner and everyone Is cordlslly Invited.
First, Seventeenth and Dodge, ltd win
Hart Jenks. D. IX, Pastor Subject at
10:80, "Spring of th Soul;" 7:30, "An
Hundred Yenrs." Sunday school at noon.
Endeavor meeting at 8:80.
Parkvale, Thirty-first and Gold. Rev.
A. E. Dehmann, Minister Ulble school at
10. Morning worship with sermon st 11.
Junior Christian Endeavor society at 3: SO.
Senior Christian Endeavor society at 7.
Kvenlng service of sermon and song, 7:48.
Clifton Hill Forty-fifth and Grant. B.
R. von rter IJppe, PastorMorning. II,
"Cross Bearera.'1 Rvsnlng, 8:80, Chrla
tlan Kndeavor. Preaching, 7:80; theme,
"A Call to Salvation." Sunday school, 10;
M. C. Forgy, superintendent. Meeting
for men at a
Lowe Avenue, 1003 North Fortieth. A.
F. Ernst, Ph. P.. Mlnlsten-Preachlnr at
10:80. Subject, "The Model Congrega
tion." At. T:30. subject. "Oeorgn Washing
ton." Sabbath school at noon. Junior
Kndeavor and paator' Instruction class
at 8. Senior Endeavor st (:4C.
Third, Twentieth and Leavenworth,
Robert Karr. Pastor-Sunday school, 9:80.
Public worship and sermon, 10:46; them.
"Th Efficacy of Prayer." Intermediate
and Junior Endeavor meetings, 8. Chris
tian Endeavor society. -80. Etvenlngr wor
ship and sermon, T:4S; theme, "Why Christ
The Church of the Covenant, Twenty
seventh and Pratt, Charles H. Fleming,
Paator Morning worship at 10:30; "A
Startling Question." Bible school at
noon. Endeavor at 8:48. Evening wor
ship at 7:30; Judir Balrd will preach.
Midweek service Wsdnesday at I.
North, Twenty-fourth and Wirt. M. V.
Hlghee, Pastor Morning worship at 10:30;
them. "A Sermon by a Heathen King.'
Kvenlng at 7:80. sermon, "God's Battles."
Miss Clara Spalding, member of the Tem
ple choir. Chicago, will sing at this serv
ice. Prayer meeting Wednesdsy at a
Benson, A. J. McClung, Pastor Sunday
school at 10. Morning worship at 11. Th
sermon subject Is "Feeding the Multi
tude." Junior Christian Endeavor at S.
Christian Kndeavor at :8. Evening wor
ship at 7:30. Th sermon subject I
"Power of Christ' Fellowship." ITaysr
meeting Wednesday evening at
Falrvtew, Fortieth Avrnu and Pratt
Street, Charles H. Fleming, Paator Bible
school at 3. Afternoon worship at 8; "Re-i
erulting th King Army." At 7:80 Dr.
Brysnt of th seminary will preach.
Tuesday avenlng at 8. midweek service at
the home of Mrs. Laura East on; Mra
McMlchal wili b th lesdr.
Westminster, Corner of Msson Street
and Georgia Avenue, James Franklin
Young, Paator Morning worahlp at 10 su.
Thame, "Ol" Ye Thorn to F.at." Bible
school at 12. Evening, young people's
meeting at 4.80. Topic. "Favorite Chap
ters of the Bible, and Why, Psslm
W l-d." FVenlng worahlp at 7:fo, Theme.
"Ths Challenge of Jeans' Final Words."
Midweek prayer servic Wsdnesday at
Central, Twanly-fourth and Dodge,
at 10:80 by the pastor, "Chrtat's Messag
to Hardls." Evening worship at 7:80, sub-
J t . nsi is in uospelT ' Sunday
School at IIAAn VaIIM DtnU. Onnl.lu
of Christian Endeavor meeting at 8:80.
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