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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1915)
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NNI1.I, swap f.,r tinkhTl tree- in good
condition, an oak folding bed, complete,
fitted with a (lerman beveled pfate mir
ror. Address s. c. 077.
A partaaea ts kid Flats.
These 4-room fireproof apartments are
Ideal In arrangement and location. All the
:onvrnlrnt. tniproie'-'ments. including a,
i on ertltde daven'ort bed, a complete
kitchen cabinet, to chest, tan stove, etc.
jt tli and Capitol Ave.. faHnu high,
school. 2 hlockii from tha Fontenello
hotel and Just aouth of First Methodist
church. Htinrtay ' tha first day adver
tised; one-third were signed up Monday,
vith a number of reservations. Have Jan
ilor show you and call
Petors Trust Company,
123 ramam St ivmglaa 8.
t-tZ modern tint. tans S. :4th. $22. H. 47U.
FOR RENT Moat beautiful, finely fin
ished and up-lo-dato 3. 4 and 6-room
apartment In city. Building luet fin
ished. Flora Apartments. 31 Junes St
PT OEOnOE, US N. 31st Ave; five-room
aulte: select West Farnam district.
Thona Web. 14. o
FIDELITY JTAfe FREE
Phone Douglas 1128 for complete list of
all vacant houses and apartments, also
for storage, moving, packing, shipping.
-RM., as 8. ttiTH AVE New, sleeping
porch or ran parlor, vary choice. iA
year round; close In. cnd for our weekly
1 IA8TINQ3 oV HETDEN, 1614 Harney Kt
j-RM., 2P7 S. 3f.TH AVI''., new. close In.
very choice. Send for ouf weekly printed
llASTINOS HETPKN. W4 Harney St.
FOU RBNT-1415 K. 10th St, strictly mod
ern. 7-room apt, furnace heat. Phone
D. 4S7. K. I. Hranch.
The New "Traverton"
24th and iAmlon Court.
We have a furnished apartment for
rent; all modern conveniences; kitchen,
private bath, splendidly furnished. See
TVnrla. 115.1. 70S Omah:v National Bank.
Hoard and Roums.
JEWISH girl wants room and board In
.lewfPh family, north or west. F 124, Bee.
I . I I J
THREE pleasant West Farnam rooms,
business women preferred ; references
required. Address O op. care Omaha Bee.
MADISON 21st and Chicago; steam heat;
(10 ino. and up; cafe In ronncctlun. D.59MI
NICE room In private family for refined
gentleman;, references required. Phone
A SUITE of three rooms. In the West
Farnam district; five very large closet,
with south and east exposure. An Ideal
place for summer, with largo porch and
yar' Splendid board. Address J. ti3. Bee.
Hotels and Apartments.
rt.lKiiKMA Hotel, 18th and calirirnla,
Weekly rate $3 and up. Douglas 7083.
PODOl'. HTM- Modern Reasonable.
Light lloaaekecplasr Rooms.
OODEN ANNEX, Council Bluffs, coms
with K'tcnenette. steam neav. i-njn --v
ROOMS with kitchenettes.- Ogden Hotel.
... . i. in..,,. rjj
riteam neat. v.ouncu mmm. mum r-.
IF YOU have your own furniture, you
can secure an unusually attractive
room In the west part of town, together
with the finest board. Address G-62, care
Houses and Gottas;''
' ALL sixes. t3 per month up. 507 Pax ton.
' g-rootn mod, house. 2513 Chicago. P. 8146.
Gordon VanCo. S;
II N. lltb 6t Phone U 334 or Web. ISM.
-R , 191$ Emmet, good location, mod.,
suitable for families, $30.
n . laavlv nftnteri 1 1 f
oena i 1 ' ' uui - j ...... .
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN, 1814 Harney St
moves, packs, ships; 3-horso van
and 3 men. 11.16 per nr.;. storage $3 per
mo. Satisfaction guar. P. 408 A TV. 3.
Van ana Star
age Co., Largs
van. S man. 11. M
cer nr.. may. z men, per nr. uia
ebstor. Doug. 14M.
TWO new cottages, 2S66-80 Maple St, 6
rooms, mod. ex. heat, H blk. to car; aee
these at once.
Send for our weekly printed list.
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN, 114 Harney St
J. C. Reed
packing ft storage.
1207 Farnam. D. Sl
6EVEN rooms, modern. 106 6o. 36th St.
We have m complete list of all houses,
apartments and flats that are for rent
This list can be seen free of charge at
Omaha Van ft Storage Co.. 806 So. :6th St
S-R , 9c Hickory, modern, close to sta
tions, good condition, f&X
Send for our weekly printed list
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN. 1il4 Harney St.
tSIS WOOLWOKTH Ave., 8 rma., mod..
luf N. 20th. 4 rooms, $12.60.
2706 Farnam, 8 rooms, mod., ibrlck, $60.
4:o N. 22d, 10 rooms, mod., 2 baths, $46.
"2 St. Mary's Ave., 11 rooms, mod., $40
2M6 Capitol Ave., 7 rooms mod , $26.
2716 Howard, 6 rooms, mod., $20.
1217 8. 16th. 5-room flat, for colored, $15.
RINGWAL.T. Brandela Theater Bldg.
8-room mod, house. 2512 Chicago. D. 8146.
V-R.. 3211 N. 18th, Kountse Place, modern,'
oak finish, sleeping porch $30.
rttr.d for our weekly printed list.
HASTINGS i HKYUKX, 1M4 Harney St.
7-R. NEW home. 4917 burt, strictly piod.,
Send for our weekly printed list
HASTINGS ft-HKYUKN, 1614 Harney St.
rfniiaaa n Parts of the city.
2flt Capitol Ave., -r., all mod $28
olf. Hawthorne Ave.) 8-r., all mod 36
J1.40S. th St., 7-r., mod. ex. heat 17
371 N. lltli St, 6-r., mod. ex. heat 17
'. Nicholas St., 4-r., mod. ex. heat,
strel range, kitchen cabinet, gas plate,
water paid 17
RASP BROS., 106 McCague Bldg.
120 North 30th, 8-room, $32.60.
113 South iKrth, 8-room, $:U.6ti.
O'KEEFE REAL. ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha National. Douglas .5.
4218 CUMINO ST. 6-r. mod. cottage In
first-class condition; good lot. Vacant
.Mar. 15. Rent $26. Phone Red 60S.
atorva and Ofrtoes.
l'ESK room and telephone In bright office,
Omaha Nat. Bank building (with desk
If preferred); rent reasonable. Call at 817
Omaha Nat. Bank.
PRIVATE olfice. privilege of using fur
nished reception room, telephone and
st n grapher. In Bee Bldg. Tel. D. 346.
WANTED TO REAT
WANTED TO RENT A furnished house
for 2 or t months, In good neighborhood:
references given. Address B 123, Bee.
WANTED TO BUT
Yale buys everything 2d hand. Tyler 141A
OFF1CK furniture bought and sold. J.
VJ. wi rarnam, Doug, e 1 w
VMS BUI 2d-nand clothes. U2i ii. nth.
FARM RANCH VAX US (OR tALB
. ARE YOU GOING 1X3 BUY AND? .
If so you should first get a copy of
the Farm and Real Estate Journal. It
has lands advertised in it from nearly
nery state, so that you can find just
what you are looking for In Us columns
H keeps you informed on land oppor
tunities in all parts of the country, gWra
you personal help in finding land. Send
tic. today for a yeur's subscription, or
Joe lor three months' trial. It will
lopped at the end of the time ordered.
Farm and Real i tale Journal, Trarr.
I'tmi A nM It I.IMI4 FOR MI R
Highly Improved, Sonoma Co, Cali
fornia, right at town and ra'lroaJ; rlose
to San Francisco; running stream
through the property; water rlped to all
buildinvs; new bungalow, H-r., 2 baths,
foreman's house, 10-r. and bath: lalnirer's
house, 6-r. and bath; modern horse ham.
cow barn, raparltv 100 cows; cranary.
tool shed, machinery shed, with steel
boiler: creamery house and separator,
silo, 240 tons capacity; calf and hog pens.
12S head Jersey, is hnd of horses, 25
head of Berkshire hogs, buggies, wagons
This ranch has If own Irrigation sys
tem, dam and reservoir.
The property Is In first-etaas enndltlon
and Is for sale as a whole to settle an
estate. Price has been made low to af
fect a quick aale $126 per acre. Includ
ing stock and Implements. Terms ran
If you want an Ideal California ranch,
this la an opportunity that Is seldom of
fered. This ranch would not be on the
market were the owner allvo. There Is
big money In this for some one.
Address for particulars.
W. T. Smith Co.,
r ?H, city National Bunk Bldg.
eO-M"RK FAHM AT BEAUTIFUL PAT
TERSON, STANIS1MUS COUNTY,
If yon have a good farm or a nice rlty
property worth tha money you can ex
change It for this choice little place, lo
cated In one of the most fertile and beau-
ftil valleys In the world, climate Is Ideal,
the soil rich and productive. Near the
big coast city markets and only 2Vt miles
from town. It Is all In cultivation. 40
acres in alfalfa: small house and barn;
good well and plenty of water for Irriga
tion. This farm Is In one of the most highly
developed sections or Callrnrnla. Owner
lives In the east and you can set a
mlghtv good deal with Mm.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
WARE BLOCK. OMAILV
of a land where the sun shines nearly
every day; think of the pleasures you
could be enjoying In an Ideal home on our
rich Colony Lands; THEN ACT. Prices
are low and terms easy. Our colonies are
Ideally situated in tho heart of the Sac
ramento valley, with a passenger train
service of trains dally. Rich soil. A
well Improved neighborhood and a place,
where your money will grow. Excursion
MARCH 15. Round trip fare $50. Act
W. T. Smith Co.
I. 2819. City National Bank Bldg.
rO SETTLERS ONLY 330-acres for $200;
rich corn, alfalfa and wheat land, no
sand. J. A. Tracy. Ft Morgan, Colo.
GOOD lend, closa to It. R. town. 70 acres,
$400. $6 monthly; 40 acres. $700. $10
monthly; M acres, $l,iu0; no Interest, no
taxes, no forfeiture; best bargain In
South Missouri; literature free. D. Mer
rlam, Ellis A Benton, Kansas City. Kan.
160-ACRE WHEAT FARM, WILKIN
Our client will exchange this fine, level.
well-drained farm lor a Nebraska or
Iowa farm or for city residence. It is
only 5 miles from a live railroad town.
About half cultivated, balance good hay
and pasture; every acre tillable. Soil
mI. hl.nl Inovn- fln fn, V. .. .. t .
alfalfa and potatoes. Lots of corn In the
neighborhood, vlelding 35 to 40 bushels per
acre. Place is close to church and
schools and in a good neighborhood.
II ice. $60 per acre $a,tiO0; incumbrance.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
ARE BLOCK, OMAHA.
Why Pay Rent?
We will give you possession of a ISO-
acre farm home, with cows and hogs sup
piled, all worth from $S,000 to $10,uu0, for
a cash payment of only $fi00. Later pay
ments amount to less than rent and can
easily be made out of the crops you will
raise, in addition to giving you a good
living. Located In the Red River valley,
Polk county, Minnesota.
THE VOOKL REALTY AGENCY.
101t-l W. O. W. Bldg. Omaha. Neb.
K a asms.
BARGAIN 440-acre dairy farm, near 8a
llna, Kan.; write for full description and
list of 100 Kansas farms for sale in centra)
Kansas, v. Nluuette. Sallna. Kan.
80 acres. Irrigated land, all under
cultivation. In Deuel county, Ne
braska, within lVi miles of Juleu
burg. This la a smooth piece of ex
tra fine land and will be sold cheap.
Will make terms.
W. T. Smith Co.,
City National Bank Bldg.
THE ROriBBUU LAND CO.,
414 Barker Blk., Omaha, Neb.
FarminT and ranching pays.
We will take your city Drouertv at what
It's worth' and give you plenty time on a
farm or a ranch, where they are raising
finest crops of all kinds, white faoe cattle
and alfalfa; the best ot water. Fare from
A SPLENDID I.W0-ACRE CATTLE
To exchange for a Firat-Claaa Corn
Farm, something that wlU rent well, as
ranch owner wishes to retire.
Not a foot of tiandy soil on this fine i.lace.
fll' KOOd hard land: uhntit half u auction
cultivated for roughness, balance the very
nest (luuiuy oi butralo ana grama pas
ture and wheat-grass hay. Lots of alfalfa
in the neighborhood and will grow on tills
land. Running water, timbered valley,
good wells and mills and an Inexhaustible
supply of tine drinking water. Fenced:
summer and winter patturea.
nig, comrortaoie residence, barn, cor
14 miles from Gordon. Sheridan countv.
Nebraska, on tha c. N. at N. W. Ry the
heurt of the famous grass-fed beef cattle
v lite for pictures and descriDtlona nf
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
WARE BLOCK, OMAHA,
FOR MALE Beat large body high-grade
medium-priced land In Nebraska; vnry
little money required. C. Brad lav. Wol
FOR SALE n acres, mlies north ot
Central City. Neb. Mrs. Amy Stavely,
$ Lincoln Ave.. Council Bluffs.
SCOTT'S BLUFF IRRIGATED FARM,
No. .V You can exchange your city prop-
eity for a very nice, gently rolling 40-acre
tract in the famous Scott s Bluff dis
trict; 10 acres is now under cultivation,
and all can be cultivated. No improve
ments and located 6 miles from a good
town. This Is Just the place for a man
who a ants to get a start in farming.
Soil is best in the world and place Is sur
rounded by very productive farms, rais
ing, big crops of alfalfa, corn, potatoes,
sugar beets and grain.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
WARE BLOCK. OMAHA.
Best ua.ry and gensial crop state In tn
union; aei tiers wanted. Lands (or sale at
low prices on easy terms. Ask for book
let No. M en Wisconsin CVnlrai I a J
Urant. iuxreUent lands for stock raising.
If Interested la fruit lands ask. for boos,
let on Apple Orchards. Address Land and
Industrial DepaiUusnt. boo Line Uailway,
Uil ttsapolle. ID
UNIMPROVED and 11-acre tract.
John N. Ftenzer. Lxiuglss LA.
REAL. KSTATK FOR REVT
Karut il ltuuvki l.aada.
EXCHANGES Silas KOBlIlNj. It. 2S41
Will furnish plans and build your bom.
Wo aro in a position to save you money, trouble, and worry'
t if you are going to build.
Sop tis Ijook otpt rar work Lot us reftr rou to mnnr
for whom we have built homes.
NORRIS & NORRIS
400 Bee Buildine.
Gallagher & Nelson
Real Estate .
614 Brandeis Bldg. D. 3382-o
5 UOOMS AND DEN
$150 CASH $25 MONTHLY
Oak finish, completely modern, brand
new, Just decorated throughout, full ce
mented basement, first-class furnace, oak
floor throughout, window shades and
everything complete. 'Phone us or drop
In our office. This won t last.
1215-18 W. O. W. Bldg. Douglas 9521
REAL -STATE LOANS
CITY ami faun loans. 6 b. per cent.
J. H. Dumont Co., 416 State Bank.
WANTED Oity loans peters '1 rust Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1S30 Farnam.
$luo to U,iMi made promptly. F. D. Weed,
Weed Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts.
UABVIN BROS rff.Sfc
EEE us first for farm loans Id eastern
Neb. United States Trust Co.. Omaha.
O Xin.ai2 ftrunrlnla Theater HMi
CITY property. Large loans a specially.
W. H Thomas, tt State Bank Bidg.
MONjlY on nawo ior city and term loans.
H. W. Binder. City .Natl Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1018 Omaha Natl. Douglas 271$.
1100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., Isth ana arnam Kts.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska. 206 Brandeis Theater.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
modern abstract office. $06 8. 17th BL
I'faone Douglas 6447.
REAL E8TATF FOR EX CHANG
Wants Clear Land
or clear lots for equity in flno completely
modern Omaha home; mortgage, $6,800,
payable monthly. Write today.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.,
Douglas !716. 1016 Omaha Nat'l.
TWO small Improved Nebraska ranches;
small payment down and terms on bal
ance. Why pay rent? Investigate and
get price and description Have good ex
changes to offer. J, A. Olson, bX Be
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
We have a number of clients who want
to exchange small tracts ot land, both
Improved and unimproved, for city prop-
rtTHE VOGEL REALTY AGENCY,
1015-16 "W. O. W. Bldg o
FOR ssALE" Two acres near Krug Park,
3 blocks to car, cement sidewalk from
car to land; city water; or will trade
for cottage. Address R. F. Rain, Coun
cil Bluffs, la.
6 AND 10-acre tracts close In for sub
dividing. I 'hone Doug. 294V.
REAL ESTATE DOWNTOWN
Down Town Buy
Buys a 3-story brick apartment build
ing on Dougias St. west of 2oth. Rental
$720 per annum.
'I Mr, ritriUJN iw-rci' u.,
Tel. Douglas r7. 212 8. lTth St.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
Strictly till modern, south front lot;
paved Htreet, oak finish In living rooms;
price, $3,000; paving all paid; located near
35th and Kewaxd Kts.
C. O. CARLBERG,
812 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
WHEREVER YOU BUY.
Bee our lluts for exceptional bargains In
new 6, 6, T, a-room houses and bungalows.
M. F NORRIS COMPANY,
i3H Bee Bldg. Tel. Douglas 8678.
LOTH KOI SCHOOL
FULL TWO-STORY, NEWLY
On Iocut St., nar Kth St., strictly
modern, built less than three years; six
rooms and hall. This house is in fine con
dition, complete and ready to occupy; lo
cated on south front lot, on paved street,
I1 blocks from csr line. Terms, $ri00 cash,
For further Information call
230 Omaha National Bank Bldg. l. 4K4
Dandy 5-room, all modern home, sleep
ing looms and bath on secund floor, ele
gant lot, 40x1), fruit and shade trees, lo
cated near 17th and Lsird Sts.
C. U. CARLBERG,
8l2Brandeis Theatsr Bldg.
Several all-modern 6, 6, 7-room houses
ana bungalows sre listed for immediate1
dJMPof&l. well located and at the right
prices New and well built
M. F. NORRIS COMPANY,
J?, Bee BMg. Tel. Douglas ttut.
n"EAU KoL'NTZE PLACE, $3,360.
Completely modern, (-room house, close
to 24th street car and Lothrop richool,
Protestant and Catholic churches and
PAYNK 1NVE8TMKNT COMPANY.
Douglas 17X1. Ware Block.
'J71 KVAXii-6-r. i.iuti tiouie oak flnlsti
throughout; tuy terms. Heb J51i.
rhone Douglas 4270
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
WILL sell beautiful modern home, eight
rooms, one of Omaha's best resddence
districts. Deal direct with owner. Ad
dress L 114. Bee
.,rJl8',.pymnt lwn. balance monthly;
w.wio: 4 rooms, all modern eccp heat;
lot HhUSO; cement walks, attic; close to
Ames Ave. car line; good neighborhood.
C. 0. CARLBERG,
Mi Branjela Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
At 33d and
We have several good building sites
left, fronting east on SM. just north of
California, whloh would he an Ideal loca
tion for a brick flat or a small apart
ment for an Investment.
We 'built two buildings in this locality
last year and they were rented Immedi
ately. We will have plans drawn accord
ing to your own Ideas, or we will advise
what Is best to build for an Investment
In this locality. It will bring you at least
10 per cent net. en your Investment. We
have several buildings already built and
rented that we can sell you In esse you.
do not want to build. About $2,600 cash
will handle a double brick buluHhg in this
locality. It wUl pay you to see us about
this at once.
Hastings & Heyden
1614 HARNEY ST.
Flight-room modern house, with hard
wood finish and onk floors In first story;
four bedrooms and bath in second story;
60-foot south fiont hit, on paved street,
close to Farnam car. Price, $ft,6o0. This
property Is Ideally located and the price
is cheap. You can save $1,6a by buying
this house, ft would cost you $7,000 to
ouy a lot In this neighborhood and du
plicate the house. Terms will be given
J. H. Dumont & Co.
13 Farnam St.
Phone Huuglas GW0.
NEAR U4TII AND WEBSTER
Nlftv 6-ronm hnnae atrlr.Hu
oak finish downstairs, oak floors up
stairs; lot 40x160; paved street, .ement
walks: 8 block to school. Will mu nn
THE VOGEL, REALTY AGENCY.
1015-16 W. O. W. Bldg. Douglas D6l.
A West Farnam Home
You can afford to buy k-r. mod., good
condition, new furnace, nicely terrace
lot, shade, paved ht., choice location, 11
blks. west of high sch-tol. Roal Imrgain
at $V, very easy Urms. McKltrhk H.
E. Ct. D. lit-
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
A REAL SNAP
Four brick flats, fine buildings, sightly
North 23d, walking distance, no trade,
$13.0u0; 7 rooms each; income, $115 per mo.
Two flats. 26 rooms, brick and slate;
walking distance; rented now for $126 it
month. These are a real bergs In -$16,600:
Incumbrance, $i,Ono. Will exchange for
good land within 100 milts of Omaha.
W. M. NASH&CO
Real Estate, Loans snd Insurance.
02 Bee Bldg. Phone: Red 3iT.
REAL EHTATE SUBURBAN
to buy one of the nicest 5-room bungalows
on corner lot In Dundee and on terms the
likes of which have never been offered to
you before. This Is absolutely one of the
best built houses in Dundee; house Is
new, built with brick and concrete founda
tion (not cement block I, finished with oak
in the large living room and dining room,
other rooms maple; big fireplace; good
sised tile bath room with alL the latest
ptui nbing. To the right party will sell
fur $6A cash, and balance $jo per month
at 6 per cent.
Owner leaving rlty this week and must
ell at once.
A. W. Burg,
140$ W. O. W. Bldg.
DUNDEE HOUSE, $5,500
Fireplace, buffet, tiled floor In bath
room, oak finish first floor, birch second
floor, south front lot (lose to car.
W. U, THOMAS & SON,
Stale Bank Bldg. Douflas Iftts.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
fports DpcUre Wall Strert Hti
Bern Buying- May und Selling
July for Several Dayi.
PRICES ARE ABOUT THE SAME
OMAHA. March 10, V.M5.
It was tin- kokmIp of the wheat pit thst
Wall etr..'t hsd Iwcn buying Msy nnd
selling July for several days, tvniiid
Mim hotisi have had ronsideraMe n w
''lying of May and July from traders
who ih'Mi'vp that the ulHiiistc man-ity of
in.kli wheat tl make higher pliers lc
fore ni'UVr crop. It Is shown bv press
al'l i 'mt ttii ia has given the bulk of
In grains, If not all. as security for a
lari loan from England and "France.
An offli ln Russian order Issued latelv
prohibits t'xpntta of any arilele of food
r fodder, exeept on SmcIb1 permit. The
sale of si:eh article to foreigners en
gaged in the wholesale trade In them'
commodities also In pi nhihiteil This to n
ureat eitent explains the anxiety of the
illles t. force the 1 ardnnellc. Wheat
in Russia Is selling at $1 11 to $1 41 per
! ihr. . mixed situation exists In tho
piotlalnn ttailr. Some traders are In-
!ln.-d to think lhat luwts will he much
hU-lter liefnre May 1 and believe that,
with otired pmdtiei on a giod mervhnii
itle'ng hiisis purchases should be mails
i'!i the breaks.
'hiihhn stot market:
Y heat was unchnngml.
Ci-rn e.ss r higher to ;c lower,
I'M were tc lower.
Clearances were: Wheat and tlour,
eininl to l.t.'S.Oi'O bit.; corn, ?.;f.0V lm.; eats.
.1 Jvcrpool closing: Wheat, not quoted;
corn, .d lower.
Prlmarv wheat receipts wrre f.-ro.rtv lm.
and shlpmen a Tiil.H'O hu., against receipts
ot fA4o bu. and shipments of 4tJ,c00 hu.
I'l'lmaiy corn receipts were 4SJ.0 0 bu.
. nd shipments R4'.,0m) hu.. against rec ipts
i f l,(KJ,O"0 bu, and shipments of 741, OW lu.
Primary onts receipts were W.00rt bu.
snd shipments l.S..ti.0iX bu.. against re
ceipts of !v.,ooo bn. and shipments of 7..
"00 hu. last year.
CAR LOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat. Corn. Osts.
' nirago tin
J- ninth ir,
Kansas City -1
ft lXllllB Wl
Those sales' were reported today .
Wheat: No. S hard winter, 1 car (tur
key! $1.60t4, 1 car 4I.49. Corn: No. 4 yel
low. 1 car esc; No. 6 vellow, 1 oar 7c.
Cats: Standard, 1 car Wc; No. i white.
1 car Mc; sample, 1 car die.
iimann Caau Prices Wheat: No. I hard.
$l.eil.6i; No. 3 hard. $1.47(U'1.60V, No. 4
hard. l.4fnl.4f; No. S spring, 1.40dr!.4!i;
No. 2 durum, $1.401.42; No. H durum, $l.fct
1.41. Corn: No. 1 white, 7tf70Vc; No. 2
white, tSe1(s-; No. 3 white, 6S44ieno ;
No. 4 white, 6,li)USi,c; No. 6 white. 6811
r; No. white, 6HHifWo; No. 1 yel
low, .siVitc; No. 2 yellow, ftiHfrlWic ;
No. 3 yellow, fiWqWViC; No 4 yellow, 7Vfc
4H.V; No. 6 yellow, myh!7; No, yell
low, 6RV(iWr; No. 1 mixed. W1K5RV4c;
No. 2 mixed. 7V(rtise; No. 3 mixed, 7i
07ic. No. 4 mixed, trrtM"1!'; No. ( mixed,
Si4i7c; No. mixed. Kk4imti Data
JNo. 2 white, M-MKio'r ; standard. f'4Vi
M'Vjr; No. .1 white, fiS(fnfv4c: No 4 white,
MVlHiC. Rarli-y: Malting. 72iff"c: No.
I fed, omffllo. Rye: No. 2. $l.imai.ll;
No. 8, tl. 104j l.UVs.
CIlICAfiO GRAIN Ah'D rROVIMOM
Kratares af the Trading; nasi Closing;
Prleea oa Monrd of Trade.
CJIICAUO. March lO.-Kuahes of selling
followed one another fast today in the
wheat pit and broke pnoi s at one tlmo
6'c on account of peaco rumors and of
reports that Italy and other powers here
tofore neutral, were about to give active
aid to 11 rest Hrltalu. The market closed
unsettled at 24c to ,14c under last night.
Other net losses were: Corn, lc to 14c
oats 3tip4c to V. and provisions, 24c
I'nloadlng by speculative holders ot
wheat started the minute trading begin,
but the most extreme setback In price
did not occur until liiBt before the middle
of the session. It was at this uolnt that
stop loss nelling was most acute, Influ
enced partly bv advice, that export de
mand had been Interfered with by In
creased difficulty In obtaining charters
on vessels. The hulls were further dis
couraged by assertions that the domentlc
winter crop promised to be the largest
Knlluro to verify laiarlsh rumors In re
gard to supposed Impending radical
changes In the war outlook tended partly
to restore confidence during the final
Corn sufferer! chleflv from the weak
ness of wheat. There were conflicting
repons as to aeanoara uemano. Chicago
handlers announced sales to tho east, but
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The Merchants National Bank
at Omaha, in the State of Nebraska, at
the close of business March 4, 1115 :
Loans and discounts $4.719 057.S1
Overdrafts, unsecured 4,961.4$
I". 8 bonds deposited to secure
circulation tpar valuel 27j0.00ll.00
I'. r. bonds pledged to secure
V. 8. deposits (par value) 100.000.00
Other bunds Wedged to secure
pofctal savings 33.000.00
Other bands, securities, etc..
owned unpledged tother than
stocks). Including premiums
on same S,9S.$4
SubscrlHIon to stock
of Federal Reserve
I-esK amount unpaid.. 40,000.00 20.000.00
Hanking house 160,000.00
Due from approved reserve
agents In other reserve cities.. 1,177,1441
Duo from banks and bankers... S23.0M 99
Outside chuck and other cash
items, $12.04.2; fractional cur
rency, nickels and cents,
Checks on banks In the same
city or town as reporting
Kxchanges for clearing house.. 13,u24.4iS
Notes of other national banks.. 46.Mui0
Federal reserve notes 600.00
Lawful Money Reserve
l-ual tender notes.... It2.k"i0.00- 674,296.00
Redemption fund with I'. 8.
Treasurer (not more than 6
per cent on circulation) 12,600.00
Capital stock raid in $ 600.
hurplus fund too,
t'noiviaea pro r lis ot,s.j&
Le current, ex
penses, Interest and
taxes paid 1.66J.J- SHI,
Circulating notes afrn,
Due to banks and bankers 2.070,
subject to chnck...$3,4N,ffirT.aO
(Certificates of de
posit due In leas
than 30 days ?? 146 07
Curt I fled checks 102,o.4
I'. S. deposits M, 3X7. 1(1
Postal savings de
posits 3,W0.00 4.114.64S.61
1 lme deposits:
Certificate of deposit due on v
sfter 30 nays SS9.S71.02
Htate of Nebraska, County of Douglas, as:
I, Fred P. Hamilton, cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief. -
FRKD V. HAMILTON. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before nie this
th day of March, 1915.
8al.) B. B. WOOD,
FRANK T. HAMILTON.
O. 8. ROGERS,
Comment sa'New York St k Ifeahange In-IMIM-It
opportunities sr printed la plala
KnilinS In THH 'D 1I)T HKVIKrW. i a
7 r. Head for free current iasus. 14 Bm4
wer. Nw York clly.
Baltimore sent word of purchases bring
cancelled. (Nts were governed almost,
entirely In- the action of other grain.
Commission hntiars sold freely.
Provisions felt the depression In the
market for cereals snd hogs Support
troni puckers wus not at all of an ener
Futures were quoted as follows:
Artiefei OpenTj fligh". I ,owci"s"i Y-s'y
17 i I
J uly. j
10 .17 V,
I 17 R2,,
jv, Ift i.) 10 41 10 M
10 ;7 10 7'.'ii 10 t, V 10 72
Cl l 'Ogo i ssh Prices W ties t: No. red.
M .VIS til M- . No ha'd. $i A I h -.
Corn- No. -i yellow. 7.'4-; No. 4 vellow,
- ".7iitr; No. 4 w hite, 70,7OV Oats: No.
' wt.tte. i.iVV ': sianiliinl. M4ifi7c.
Rye: No. 2. fl IS Karlev: 7ti4c Seed:
Tlmothv. $4ficui Wi; cner, f IoiiI3 7$.
Provisions: Pork, $17 20; lard, $.974; ribs.
Ktiii.'s 1'nsetlled: reoelpls 17 Mt cn's;
at mark, cores Included. lfi'tf ITtic; nrdl
nsry firsts. lK4frln4c; flrets, 17V.tM7Sc.
POI IIHY Alive, higher; springs, 17c;
U'TTCR Lower; creamery. 2TiK?4e.
If iTATt iKf lower; receipts. 2S cys:
Wisconsin n'd, SmfCCic; Wlnconsln while,
Kansas City Ornln aaal rrnvlstoaa
KANSAS tlTY. .March lO.-WHRAT-Nn.
$ hai-d, $1 4149; No. 3 red. $1.47fr
1 4S; May. J1 4J; July. $1.13S: September,
coRN-No. 2 mixed. 7W74c: No. i
white, 71c; Xo. 2 yellow, 71c; No. . 70c;
Msy, f94ti'Sr; Ju'y. 71c; rieptemtier,
HATS No. 2 white, WV; No. 3 mixed.
lU'TTFR-Creamerv. 29c; flrsU. 27c;
sci onds. 2f.c; pncKlng. 1T4'-.
Ki JUS Firsts. 174c; seconds, Inc.
POl LTKY-llens, 1I4-; roosters, 104c,
ev York l.rnrrsl Market.
NKW YORK. March 10. PTUQAR Fu
tuiea opened firmer on scattered covering
snd buying by the trado interests,
prompted by the steadier tone to the spot
I market , where offerings were smaller.
I rices at midday were 3W4 points net
higher. Raw. steady; centrifugal, 4.71c;
mnlssses. J.Wc; refined, steady.
Hl'TTKR Weaker; receipts. 7,$46 tubs;
rresmery extras, 92 score, 24c; cream
ery, higher scoring, 3tij ,104c : creamery
firsts. ltofi'2c; seconds. 234i2&4r.
F.UUS Steady; receipts 31,902 cases;
fresh gathered extras, 20fiti04e; extra
firsts. 19c; firsts, 1S4'o184c: seconds, 17
fti'lar; nearby hennery whites, fine to
fancy. n"i"c; nearliy hennery browns, 21c,
I Ol'LTRY Dressed, very quiet; west
ern froxen roasting chickens, Hitfle: lresh
fowls, MlilKr: turkeys, I31j:ic; live,
steady; western chickens, 144ilSo; fowls,
lT4'9c; turkeys, Ufu'lftc.
S.lMtala flraln Market.
KT. IXMJ1S, March 10. WHICAT-No. 3
rod, $1.52; No. 2 hard. $1.M((1 1.B44; May,
$1.48:, July. $l.l4Vpl.l6.
OtJRN No. 2. ,2c; No. 3 white, 78c;
May, 72Vic; July, 7Vu74e.
OATS No. 2. f64ino; No. I white, 67c.
Liverpool Urala Market.
LIVFRITIOL, March 10. Wit FIAT 8 pot,
No. 1 Manitoba. 13a 7d; No. 2, l$s fid; No.
2 hard winter, 1.1a 2d.
CORN Spot American mixed, new. 7s
lOd; American mixed, old, fa 3d; March.
Minneapolis Krala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, March 10.-WHKAT-V:nv.
$1.42: Julv. J1.S7U: No. I hard
$1 484,; No. 1 northern, $1.444(trl.484; No.
2 northern, tl.40a44pl.4nf4.
i' 1,1 it' K unchanged.
CORN No. II yellow. (TSftfiRiaa.
OATS-No. white. 64liVi4c.
us ana unnisnj XaKailT.
. BtTTTSR No. a. x-n. canons. He: No.
f, 60-1 b tubs. c.
CHEFBE Imported Swiss, 34c; mr
Iran bwlas, J6c; block Swiss, 23c; twins,
lr; daisies, Lc; triplets. 17c; Young
Anuirlcsa, lc; blue label brick, 174c; llm
burgsr, J-lb., 20c; 1-1 b., 30c: New Tork
white, iu; imported Freuch Roquefort
1'OTATOKK-Colorado Rurala. 76o bu.j
Red River Ohio. Boo bu.; Minnesota,
whites, tof.o bu.
, riHH Trout,. 3uct large crapples, c;
ballbut, 14c: channel catfish. 14o.
bWrJET POTATOES Kaiaa, $2.76 bbL
BEK CUTH-No. 1 ribs, Wo; No. 2
ribs, 14c; No. t ribs, lofco. No. I loins,
174o; No. 2 loins, 164c: No. I loins, llo.
No. 1 chucks, c: No. i chucks. 840; No.
t chucks, 7c. No. 1 rounds, K4o: No.
rounds, 11c; No. 3 rounds, lOfcta. No. 1
plates. 8c. No. 3 plates, 74c; Mo. 8
POULTRY Broilers, 14Ho; spring chick
ens. He; hens, tKUllo; cocks, Mc; ducks,
loo; gueso, 8c; turkeys. 10c; pigeons, per
dot., hoc.; ducks, full feathered, 10c; geese,
rull feathered, 8c; squabs. No. L $1.60. No.
Market quotations furnished by Oillnskl
FRUITS Oranges: Per box. extra fancy
Alphabetical, all sixes, $2.76; Paul Neyron,
large slses, $2.60; Uuiikist, all slses, $2U.
Lemone: Per box. fancy, Hunklsl. 300s.
ics, $4 0sa4(fl. Orapeirult. Per box, Ma,
4iis, $2.00; 64s and 80s, $160; 64s, $2.26.
Apples: per box, extra fancy, washing
ton White Winter Pearmalnes, $L7o;
Hi Itsenbiirgs, $1.60; Hoovers, $1.26; lllack
Ren Davis, $1.25; Black Twigs. $1.60; fancy
Black Twigs. 1.86: extra fancy Oanos.
$1.26; fancy Rome Beauties, 11.60; 6-box
lots, 11.40; Hen navis, very nigniy colored,
per bbl., $3.26. QraPee: l'er drum, Calltor
nla Kmperors, 3.f0. Pears:- Psr box. An-
iuus, Jerseys, Hheldjns, Bunco, Uastar,
.'..b. Bananas: Per bunch, $J.0ijl26; per
lb., 4c. mrawberrtes: Per qt., itc. Cran
berries: Per bbl.. Late liowell. $7.00;
per box $2.60.
vmrTABLKH- anriower. wnoie crate.
$276, half crate, $1.60. Cabliage: New
York I'anlsh. itc in.; Wisconsin, ituliana
seed, 14c lb.; California, new. 2o lb. Cel
ery, Jumbo. fcOn dot ; head lettuce, $1.00
doi ; leaf lettuce, 40c dux. Onions: Red,
2c lb.; yellow, 2c lh.; white, 24c lb; Span
ish. 31.76 crate. Artluhoges. I1.&0 dox.:
endive, ST.c lb.; Brussels sprouts, 20c lb.;
poppers, uoc basket; tomatoes, tu.uu crate;
garlic, Italian, 26c lb.; shallots, 60c d.;
radiuhes, &0r dox ; turnips, 60c dox.; spin
ach, iiOc dox.; (Mirsley, 60c dos. ; bean, $4 60
hamper. Onion sets: Vellow and red, $1.60
bu.:, white, $1.76 bu. Potatoes: Colorado
Rurals. 7rc bu.; Red River Chios. 0a bu.;
Minnesota whiles, Mi; bu. Hweet pota
trx s, $2.76 bbl.
M13CKLLANF.OU8 Shelled popcorn, 4o
per lb.; limes, $1.76 per brx; cracker jack,
$.160 per case; crackerjack, one-half case,
$1.76; checkers, $3 60 per case; checkers,
one-half case, $1.76.
HONEY $4.00 per case.
(1HKK-New York elder. $3.60 tier keg.
('()miANl'T8-iaW per sack; Vic dos.
NUT8-N0. 1 California walnuts, itc
per lb.; block walnuts. 34c per .b.; fil
berts. 16c per lb.; pecans. 124c er lb.;
Uraslls. 12V Per lb.; almonds, 20c per
lb.; 60 fi-ox. figs, $2 per box; sugar wal
nut dates, $1.40 per box; Halloween dates,
3c per box.
PEANUTS Raw, 7c per lb.; raw. sack
lots. Jumbo, 3c per lb.; roasted. I4o per
lb.; salted. $1.60 per can.
MlVIIROOMS-oOc per lb.
NKW YORK, March 10 M KTA LS
I,ead. steady at x.l.!!-i-OU; Ixmdon,
420 17s kl. Shelter, ni t quoted; London.
Tin. nominal; twenty-five-ton lots. $44
bid, $48 asked. Copper, stesdy: electro
lytic, 114. 7CV0 14-874: casting. $14.2rft14 4.
Iron, quiet and unchanged.
At London: Spot copper, f.4 7s (d; fu
tures. 64 16s. Spot tin. C1K, futures,
184 10s. Antlmonv, 73fi76.
HT. LOU IS. Msnth ltt-M RTALR-Lead.
strong, at $t.S741l3.M. Spelter, stronger.
let $11 00-.jill.2S.
Irr Roods Market.
NEW YORK. March ltt-DRT OOOD8
Rumors In the cotton goods warkeis of
reduced cotton Planting stiffened prices.
Staple worsted ysrns were quiul;
fsncy were active. Burlaps were firm.
I ares and embroideries were In moderate
demand. Retail trade was more active
and Jobbers reported a good trade In
white goods and wash abrica.
Oiuks Hay Market.
STRAW None on the market; choice
wheat, $6.60&7.00; choice oat or rye, $7.00
Kent room quick with a Bee Want Ad.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Opening of Empire State Bidi Draws
the Attention of Financial
OTHER INCIDENTS OF THE DAY
NEW YORK, March 10.-Heause of lis
possible hearing iion investment condi
tions, the attention of the financial com
munity was today drawn lnrgcly toward
Albany, where bids were opened for the
New York state $27.iO,A(H 4' per cent
bond Issue. Up to the close of tha dull
and heavy market session no award of
the bonds had tecn made, but the ave
ago of prices bid for the Issue was re
garded satisfactory. On the curb, which
traded In the bonds "when Issued," the
high quotation was li4V
other Incidents of the day embraced
the publication of the nlted States Hteet
tontistie figures for Kebruarv. showing an
Increase of shout 97.0UO tons, which was
considerably under general estimates. In
cidentally, severs I of the smaller steel
companies submitted statements of esnv.
lugs for 1911. l-ev kawsnna Steel showed
a net deficit of $1,737,000. compared with ,
angiitis of $.',irr-i.il In 191,1, and the sur
plus of the .sioss-Sheffield Steel company
suffered considerable depredation.
A better showing was mudo In other In
ilustrlitl lines, American Tobacco making
a gain In net earnings, although total re
ceipts fell off because of losses from other
sources of Income. The American Sugar
company and the National lead com
pany scored substantially over their pre-
Orders fur small amounts of steel were
Placed by seveml railroads, but demand
for new equipment continues tinder reccm
expectations. Current conditions In the
trade point to maintenance of present In
creased activity for the next few months.
Co;er shows no Improvement over last
week's quotations, despite a .better Inn
qulry by domestic consumers.
I'lrniness In marks whs the feature of
the exchange market, the change in these
remittances being attributed to private
buying of the new Herman war notes,
which offer an attractive Interest return.
The Swiss loan also Imparted strength,
to continental exchange. Rumors ot an
Impending Russian loan hero were not
conflrmable. Ixindon's markets were more
ojioerful. but trading In Americans wan
quiet. Total sales of stocks for tho day
were 176,0110 shares.
Bonds as a whole wero heary, severe
losses occurring in minor Issuos. Total
Sales, par value, aggregalnd $2.44,000.
United States bonds wore unchanged on
Number of sales and leading quotation
on stocks today were:
a leak a Oold a
Hlth. lxiw. Clnaa
'4 ns 3
S 64 III,
SS issi ltv
t"1 37 s m
S4va MV Ml.
Amelxsmsleil Corner ....
American Heet Sugar....
American S. a ft ,
Amerlran 8. a H. nrd..
Am. ffiitar Itrflnlns
American Tel Tel....
Ilalllniore a Ohio
hriKiklyn lUpId Tranalt..
California Petroleum ....
linens peak S tHilo
e 10) ima miv
l.mw lirj jn
sen laiHi lan, lais
we. jxt jyi
3. Km iii jssvi
Chti'art" 11 at Wenters.
Chicago. M. & Mt. I..... 400
fhleigo N. W....
("hln l'iitper WIS
vicrailo rui a Iron... ......
rum ver A. Rln Grands...
Itanve r a It. O. pi d . .
Krle . J.OiK)
(Ireat Nis-theni ntd......
Irest N.. Ore rtte..
OiiKltenhetm Kxploratlnn. .
Interhormigh Met. pfd...
International Karv eater ..
Knniaa I'ltr Houthern....
J. inn ni
'00 IKV4 134U. U
Meiiean Petroleum 1,700
Miami 1 Vvppor 1,100
MlMswrl, K aV T
Mlsaourt Parllls ........ 11.71
National lad 3ng
New York Central. ....... Dm
N. T.. N. H. 11 i.v
Norfolk 4V Western...
.. . M iravi ioi in:
Pari fin Tel. Tel .
Pen ne-vlva nla .... 1.D00 1H6V, KM
Pullnuui 1'alaos car
tiny con. Oopper 4on ITU itu
Kesdlns 1,900 14(44 14JW 144 li.
Kepubllo Ime (k (ft eel you
Roik inland Oo.
IRork la Rand Oo. pfd
St. I H V 3d ptd
rtoultiern 1'arlfte I.JViO
Sniilhem Railway joo
Tenneaae copnar aoo
li.4. 111 u,
l'nksi Parlflo 10.100 110 1HV
Union Facing pfd
United Ktates OumI 11.700 44, 4441
V. S. Steel pfd ,77
t'Uh Copper t,wn ki (I
'imi t'nlon J.ono l tiia
Weatliighouaa Eleiirle ... mo 0,4, axu
Total sales for the day, 174,400 ebsft
New If sir It Moaey Market.
NEW YORK. March 10. -MONEY On,
call, steady; high, 3 per cent; low, per
cent; ruling rate, I per cont; last loan, I
per cent; closing bid, l?4j per oent; off erect
at 2 per cent.
MERCVANTH.B PAPER itViUSS per
cent; tlmo loans, easier; sixty days. Swill
3. per cent; ninety days, aflifi per cent:
six months, 3 per cent.
HTRMXJNO klXC'H A NOB Easier;
sixty-day bills, $4 7v; for cables, $4.8UC; for
KlUVER Rar, 61o; Mexican dollars,
HOND8 Government, steady; railroad.
Closing quotatloaa oa bonds today war
D. S. rat. la. rag-.. " I Mo Psa. er. (s....
da upon U N. Y. t". g. Sa,... Mt
C. g. la. rsg lttlVt N. Y. Clt- 4Ha.....KHV,
da eoupwi IvlVt'N. Y. Hlate ... .loe
V. B. 4.. rag l' iN. Y., N. H. a H.
do eoupoa llOV rv. ......Ml
Panama 3 eoupoa. .114 '4 No. l"aoiflo to mt.
Am. Btnelter, 4S....104V, do 3, 4v.
A. T. a T. cv. 4fc H 'O. 8. L. t. 4s... so
Armour 4k Co. 4a.. tl Pan. T. V T. W.... t,
Atrhlaon sen. 4a.... t penn. oob. 4a. 9v.
Hal. Ohio 4a ka4, go ooo. 4M,a liMi,
4'hes. A Oblo 4Vtf... S4 iReellng a. 4ak.... ktv
V. H. g. J. 4a.... M eg.,1 4 g. r 4,
CHtSPi 4S,s..lv, 80.I Par. er. 4a. lit,
do ci. oa 101 14, do raf. 4a . . . a, v
U. R I. aV P. r. 4a H do n. Sa st?
C. . raf. 4Va... 2S o. Kallwar 6a. mu?
P. S It. O. raf. 6a . 4T, I nlon Hacino 4a 5
lOrla sea. 4a (XT', do cv. 4s u
(in. Klm-trlc (a lul f. g. Rubbaf 101'4
lit. N... M 4e... I'. H. bleel ta peC
III. Can. ret 4a KU, Wabajih 1 6a loo
K. :. Ho. ret. at.,, I'nlua 4V....
U 4V N nnl. 4a ... i Wat. Elw. ct u.. Pii'J
SI K. aV T. 1st 4s. nH ..
Local stocks aal Bomds.
Quotatloaa tumlahed br Bums. Brlnkw 4c CK,
448 (.HnaJia National b k bulldlsg, Umaiia:
mocke ttld. Asked.
Oinilnental Uaa a glee 3 ooaa...... ja m
lleere at Co. ptd .w... 14 at
Kalrmont Crauuery 7 ptd. ......UXe 10IV4
liraat nimar, mpv pia M. .... 4U1
lXMieo-Wllea HlacuU let pld ao
l.lee Htork Nal'l, gouU) Omaha 171
Omaha a (V Hlutfa Ht. lly. pfd 4
Oaiaha Co lllutla SI. lly. com (IV,
Kocr alouutaln Fuel ptd.. com. bonus 10
Mate Hank ut Omaha 114
tuck Yavnla Nat'l. tfoutb Omaha.. ..
Hwiri a Compaur 1M
t'Dlnn stork Yards. Ouaba 93
tpdike Cram com M
Com mental Oaa A Elec. (a. 1MT (Nab.). M
Henrer Uaa Notes. . Ml M
. . .
Dallas Sibeol 4V,.. 1K4J lot
Humboldt. Neh.. rat 6a, 1KJS
Kanaaa city, Mo , Hchool 4a.
Uinaba Co. Hlurts HU gjr. 6a, g.. Ma
Omaha Water 4V,a. 11 101 losv,
On.alia Ho Bool 4. 1VJ1 p;
Hocky llouuials Fuel m s
hwiit Company 6a. 144 KV, asi
Trl-iHy Ky. LA. lm, IMC- tn tiw
Vnlveralty Plaoe. Neb.. 4v,a, U17 tw tZ
WtchlU Sto-k Varla 6a, U44 ( n
w.. u. h. a r.. not Hpriusa, g. d 7
NEW YORK, March la-tXlFFTSEJ-.
The market for coffee futurua were very
quiet today, but prices ruled generally
steady on a little covering and trade buy
ing in the absence of important offerings.
The opening was unchanged to 1 points
higher and active months sold t to 4
points net higher during the middle of
the day,- but eased slightly In the late
tradlnif, aitii the close net unchanged tr
3 points higher. Sales, 5.570 bags. March,
&.i5c; April, 6.S3c; May. 670c: June. 6.7Sc;
July, 6.7ic; August, tj.btic; September. .SSc;
October. o.Wic; November, 7.01c; Decern-
ber, 7.0t-c; January. 7.12c.
Bpot, quiet: Rio No. 7. 74c; Pantos No.
4. W Cost and freight offers were
generally unchanged. Ki" exchange oil
London was l',,d higher and milreis priors
were unchanged In Santos, but Tl rels
lower in the Rio market.
Kraporaled Apples sad DHeal Fn alts
NEW TORK. March 10. KVAVO
KATHI APPUl-! lull.
lmiKD r urns Apricots andjicaiches.
quiet and easy. Raulns . dull.
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