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BEE: OMAllA, F1.1DAY, MARCH 1J.
. WAVrrT) TO BUT
Tal biiyt""iverrthlng 3dH7tndfyTer' 14lC
1 furniture lou(ht and Mid. J.
sj. Reed, inrrf Fsrnsm. Doug. K14S.
,WB BUT td-hand cloth's. I4il N. 14th."
frAHM A HAM II I..4.3US FOR SALH
Hlfrhly Improved. Sonoma Co., Call
fornla. right at town and railroad; clone
to Sen Francisco: running stream
through the property: water piped to all
butldlnxe; new bungalow, ft-r., 2 baths,
foreman's house. in-r. and bath; laborer's
house, 6-r. and buth; modern horse barn,
cow barn, rapacity 100 cows; granary,
tool shed, machinery shed, with steel
boiler; rreamej-y house and separator,
smo, 240 tons capacity; calf and hog pens.
33S head Jersey, In head of horses. 25
head of Rerkshlre hogs, buggies, wagons
This ranch has Its own Irrigation sys
tem, dam and rewrvolr.
The property la In firnt-eiass condition
nd Is for sal aa a whole to settle an
estste. Price haa been made low to af
fect a quick sale tl2o per acre. Includ
ing stock and Implements. Terms can
If you want art Ideal California ranch,
this Is an opportunity that is seldom of
fered. This ranch would not be on the
market were, the owner alive. There iri
big money In thla tor some one.
Address for particulars,
W. T. Smith Co.,
City National Hank Hid.
8 TO 10 TONS ALKALKA PKR ACRE.
Ho. S A splendid 40-acre Irrigated larm
in Patterson colony, Munixkui
county, California, only 2 miles
from town. Half now In alfalfa and
naif cultivated; small new house,
barn, weil. etc. Suil a rich warm
loam I to feet deep. Abundance
of water for Irrigation and the
lines cilm.ite 'n trie world. Alfalfa
In tbis section yields S to 10 tons
per acre and gies you green
teed practically I ho year round,
'treat for dairying; cream brings
big prices, as San l'Vanclsco only
throe hoiu-a awny. 2 acres sup
ports 3 cows; Stanislaus Is the ban
ner dalrv county of California.
Hogs pasture on alfalfa and fatten
on milk. Add some poultry and
you have nn Ideal money-making
combination In an Ideal country.
Owner lives In eastern Nebraska,
haa other interests here and would
' accept In exchange a good Omaha
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Ware Block, Omaha.
of a California home like this 40 acres,
pan. In alfalfa, young fruit, flowers, new
6-roor bungalow, barn and outbuildings,
two good wells of splendid water. Irriga
tion ditches in, located 2Vi miles from
town. In a well Improved neighborhood.
Price low.' Will mako terms. Go look at
this MARCH 15. It is well worth ths trip.
.Will sell you any slsed tract you may
want, improved or unimproved.-- This
land is close to Sacramento City, with
unequalled train service.
W. T. Smith Co.
Doug. S19. City National Bank Bidg.
THE ROSEBUD LAND CO.
414 Barker Block, Omaha.
7a0 acres of good land, eight miles from
Kilgore, Neb.; a good 6-toom house;
barn for 7 head of horses, cattle shwl for
HO head of cattle; all fenced and cross
fenced; exceptionally good 65 acres In
cultivation; good well and windmill;. 67
head of cattle, described as follows:
17 mlloh cows, from 1 to H years old.
tilx 2-year-old holfers.
Fourteen 2-year-old steers.
Five extra good yearlings.
One thoroughbred; - registered Durham
Seven fall calves.
Seven head of horses, described ras
One black horse, 12 years old, weicht
One bay horse, 9 years old, weight 1,200
(bp., matched team.
1 bay mare, 9 rs. old, weight SjO lbs.
Two buckskin mares, 1U years old,
weight S04 each.
One good yearling colt.
One bay horse, s years old, weight 1,300
lbs.; each of these . horses are broke,
rlngle, double and to saddle.
rhree wagons, good as new. Two dou-
boxes, one hayrake.
'. .me John Deering mower. One M cCor
One John Desre lister.. One John Deere
1 end-gate seeder. 1 hand corn livelier.
Onb grindstone. Two complete sets of
One breaking plow. One bay sweep.
One good saddle.
Two water tanks. One top buggy.
Nine shoata, weighing 75 lbs. each.
1 chickens. I Osborn dlso harrow.
100 tons of hay. 1.6u0 bu corn, 1,000 bu.
100 bu. of potatoes. All loose fence
posts, lumber, wire, and. In fact, every
thing that is now on the place.
This whole outfit, land, all, for 113.000.
He will carry 6,000, 6 years, at 6 per cent
I&4-ACRE ALFALFA 4c STOCK FARM.
No. 7 Flv miles from Hershey, on U. P.
R. R.. to exchange for a good
Omaha residence, or on larger
farm. Hood 6-room house, barn,
granary, com crib, chicken house,
etc.; ail iriigated and paid-up first
i class water right; 1 mile to school;
, 66 acres fins stand of alfalfa. It
acres hog pasture, 30 acres of other
' crops. 15 acres hay meadow, bal
ance pasture, with running water.
FAY N hi INVESTMENT COM f AN Y,
Ware Block, Omaha.
ONE OF THE BEST RANCHha IN
A 4.000-acre ranch that produces all-
ths-year-round pasture of the kind that
makes fat cattle, owner an old man
wants to retire and will exchange tor
good Iowa or eastern Nebraska farm.
A big new house, big new barn, 5 wind.
mills, and wells that you can't pump
nry. two otner sets ot improvements.
A creek, with timber for winter shelter.
Land gently rolling, all hard soil, and
good for alfalfa. Near a good railroad
tiwn In nnrt hwestMrn NAbrajika with fine
schools, churches, stores, banks, etc.
Uood section line road; no gates between
ranch and town. Let us send you map
and full description.
JPAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Ware Block, Omaha.
THE ROdKBUD LAND CO..
414 Barker Bik., Omaha, Neb.
Farming and ranching Days.
We wilt take your city property at what
m worm ana give you plenty time on a
farm or a reach, whore i hey are raising
finest crops of all kinds, white face cattle
and alfalfa; tbs best ot water. Far from
IFOR bALU Practically crop paymeut
plan; W to 14 per cent cash, one to tun
years on balance. Have around 10.0UO
acres to sell on those terms, if taken soon.
Tbis land will raise to 4s bushels of
wheat to the acre. Plenty of rain, near
good town on main line Union Pacific
1C R. For particulars write J. A. Woten
casruar ol Una rotter Mate Bang, 1'otiei
IRRIGATED 80 ACRES. SCOTT'S (BLUFF
iNo. 10 Owner will exchange for city
property or on a larger farm. This
is a very sightly piece of land with
lust the rialit alope to the south
for easy irrigation and perfect
drainage. Nearly all Is In cuitiva
tion and soil Is the very beat. It
Is located sis miiea from an up-
to-date town on Burlington K. R.,
la In a good neighborhood. Owner
Is a nonresident and you can maks
a good aea for tnia nne so. roin
log better for alfalfa, potatoes,
sugar neon, grain, etc. karmei
are making big money here feed
ing alfalfa, beets and grln to hugs.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
War Block, Omaha.
RANCH LANDS rOR BAVU
FOR flALPI acres. mlie. north cf
Central City. Neh. Mrs. Amy Staidly.
SOO Lincoln Ave.. Cot inc.! I Rluffa.
TO SETTLERS ONLY 3J-acre fr IJOO;
rich cam, alfalfa and wheat land. na
sand. 3. A. Tracy. Ft. Morgan. Colo.
BARGAIN 40-acrs dairy farm, near Ra
il oa, Kan.; writs for full description and
list of 100 Kansas farms for sale In central
Kansas. V. E. Nluuettc. Halloa, Kan.
Why "Pay Rent?
We will give you possession of a 1H-
scre farm home, with cows and hogs sup.
piled, all worth from Ss.Otn ti lio.uin. tor
a cash payment of only t-Vv. later pay
ments amount to less than rent and can
easily be made out of the crop you will
raise. In addition to giving you a good
living. located in the lied River valley,
I'olK county. Minnesota.
THE VOfJF.I, KRALTT COMPANY.
101.V1D W. O. W. IMclg. Omaha. Neh.
BlOOEST land sale of the year now on.
ion forty-sore farms H each. Good land.
Well settled locality. Close to railroad.
Ill per acr is half actual value. Great
est bargain in South Missouri at senrn
tional price. Write today for free liter
ature. I. Merriam. Ellis 4V Benton,
Kansas City. Kansas.
Pest dairy and general crop state In ths
union: settlers wanted. Lands for sals at
low prices on easy terms. Ask for book
let No. M on Wisconsin Cvntral Land
Urant Excellent lands fpr stock raising.
It Interested In fruit lands ask for book
let on Apple Orchards. Address Laad and
industrial Depattmenu Moo Una Hallway,
IlKAL KSTATE FOR KENT '
Fa rat aad Ranch Lands.
rXCHANOE.f-Sllas ROBB1NB. P. M41
John N. Frcnxer.
REAL. fcSTATE LOAN 3
CITY aod farm loans, ft 6V. 6 per cent.
J. H. Duraont Co, 416 State Bank.
WANT Kl Oi ty loans Patera 'I rust Co.
WANTB.U City loans and warrants. W.
I'arnain Smith & Co.. IZSO Karnam.
tluo to SlO.uuv uafe promptly. F. D. Weed.
Wead Bldg., tsth and Faxnatn Sts.
UAUV1N BROS &.,??.t"BdaSir.
BEE us first for farm loans in eastern
Nsb. United States Trust Co., Omaha.
C. O. Cr!ber.
CITY property. Largs loans a specialty.
W. H Thomas. 4S State Bank Bldg.
MONEY on nana tor city and trm loana,
H. W. Binder. Ciir Natl Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms,
O KEEFU REAL ESTATE CO.,
I01 Omaha Natl. Douglas 1711
100 to 110.000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead Bldg., Utb and b'arnam Bts.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
PEED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
flee In Nebraska. 'JO Brandels Theater.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. 106 5. 17th SI
Fbona Douglas t47.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WK have buyers for homes in
all parts of the city, but must
be worth the price. If you
really want to Bell your prop
erty try - - -
1505 Farnam. Tel. Tyler 1024.
REAJj ESTATE ACREAGE
We have a number of clients who want
to exchange small tracts of land, both
unproveu ana unimproved, tor city crou-
THE VOGEL REALTY AGENCY,
101S-16 W. O. W. Bldg -O
FOR SALE Two acres near Krug Park,
DiocKa 10 car, cemcm siaewaiic rrum
car to land; city water; or will trade
for cottage. Address R. F. Rain, Coun
cil Bluffs, la.
AND 10-acre tracts close in for sub
dividing. Phone Doug. 2047.
REAL ESTATE NORTH BIDE
Only $2,850 ,
We have a practically new house, with
reception hall, living room, dining room,
kitchen, pantry and entry on first floor:
two large bedrooms and bath on second
floor; large closets .and good furnace;
full basement; shades; water meter, etc.;
uavwi sireei; close 10 scnooi; xzso cash,
balance very low monthly payments.
uvt-eieu mi Ames Ave.
Norris & Norris
400 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 4270.
igalow on boulevard
Fine bungalow on boulevard In Clair-
mont: ouk finish, fireplace; block to ear;
all specials paid In full. Price. SS.&W):
Benson & Oarmichael,
Doug. 1722. 42 Paxton Block.
South front 00x130. paved street, one
block from car line, located near 4Mh and
ranter, nr iiiua. suniect to paving.
C. G. CABLBERG,
313 Brandels Theater Bldg.
7677 EVANS 6-r. Biod nome, oak finlait
throughout: easy terms. Web. 29 6.
WILL sell beautiful modern home, eight
rooms, one oi umini s nest residence
districts. Deal direct with owner. Ad
dress L 114. Re.
7 ROOMS, modern, hot water heat; on
corner lot; boll) streets paved, paving
paid: would consider north side lot as
part payment. Price, Si. 100. 2714 N. 24th. o
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
. HOT WATER HEAT
7 rooms, all modern, birch finish, ele
gant east front lot, paved street, splen
did location. Jum north of the II eld
club on Sth Ave. close to school and
tar line. Price 13.6 0.
C. G. CARLBERG.
SIS Brandels Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
NEAR 34TXI AND WEBSTER
Nifty S-room house, strictly modera,
oak finish downstairs, oak floors up
stairs; lot 4"xlU; paved street, cement
walks; S block to school. Will sell on
THK VOGEL REALTY AOENCT,
101i-16 W. O. W. Bldf. Douglas SW1
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
With Sentiment on Exchange Mixed
Wheat Warert After Jump and
DROP EXPECTED BEFORE RISE
OMAHA. March It. 1915.
Italy has bouxht a big lot of rash
heat In the I'nlted States and Canada
within the last three weeks. Purchases
have been at ths rate of about l.OOO.tx bo.
per day and a good prt of the wheat
haa been bought on a declining market.
Many wheat traders have the Impression
that fa recent decline was due to ef
forts of foreigners to secure supplies as
low aa possible.
Sentiment of the wheat trade Is mixed.
It would not surprise most of the trade
to see a further decline before there Is
another urturn. A nervous feeling pre
vails and sharp changes In prices are ex
pected. In explaining the slow domestic demand
for cash corn and oats attention Is called
lo the fact that the use of patent fords,
which amounts to about l.nOO.0 tons per
J ear, haa considerable to do with It.
Cnnndlan stocks of wheat are about
IW 000.' 00 bushels, of which tt.Jno.OTO bush
el 111 be reoulred for food and seed,
leaving 35.7"4).0flO bushels for export.
Omara Srot Market Wheat was VJrie
higher: corn, unchanged; pats, nominally
The following sles Were repotted todJ
Wheat: No. I hard winter. 4 cars,
car. 11.47. No. . mixed. 1 car, SI .
Corn. No. white, H car, Sc. No. 2 yel
low, 1 car, 70c. No. 3 yellow, t cars. 69c.
No. 4 yellow, 2 car. Wo. No. 5 yellow, t
oars. 6S'4c. No. S mixed. S cars, tSo. No.
4 mixed, I car tnear white). tfcSc; 3 cars.
7Hc No. t mixed, 1 car (near white),
Wc; 1 car (wet). 6S4: 1 car (wet). We.
Sample. 2 cars. 68c. Oats: No. 4 white, 1
Clearances were: Wtieat and flour,
equal to 723,000 bu.; corn, JW.OOO bu. ; oats.
Liverpool closing: Wheat, uot quoted,
corn. V,d higher.
Primary wheat receipts were ;S,0(y) bu.
and shipments WS.000 bu.. against receipts
of 4a.00i bu. and shipments of 42,0W bu.
Primary corn receipts were 313.000 bn.
and shipments S.12,000 bu.. against rerelnt
of fws.000 bu. and shipments of M3.O0 bu.
PrimBv oats receipts were S13.000 ba.
and shipments 1.3M.0CO bu., against re
ceipts of 6S,0fi0 bu. and shipments of Wf,.
000 bu. last year.
neat. t.orn. uais
Kansas City ...
Prices Wheat: No. S
No. hard. Sl.47m.MH;
No. 4 hard. Sl.40tfil.4SH; No. 3 spring.
S14WI.60; No. 2 durum, Sl.4MPl.4fi; No. 3
durum, S1.44iM.45. Corn: No. I white,
TCVETiOHc; No. S white, Wi5 TOc ; No. 8
white, 94tiOHe: No. 4 white. bSV(6fHc;
No. 5 white. tiS'S8V,o: No. t white. ST'
8c: No. 1 vellow. 70f70Vfcc: No. 2 yellow.
S,f70c; No. S yellow. tVic: No. 4
yeltuW, i!Jikc; ino. o yeuow, wprnic,
No. 6 yellow, fiTHa10; No- 1 mixed.
9ViJM9Hc; No. 2 mixed, Kxhic; No. I
mixed, owwc; no. 4 mixea, oiiibwic;
No. 6 mixed. fitsi7Hc; No. 6 mixed,
r.THo. Oaus: No. 2 white, H68o; stan
dard, ftfinrshc; in o. wnue. wniim:;
No. 4 white, 64iOt.4Hc. Barley: Mslt
Ing, 72ni8o; No. 1 feed. fiOflTlC. Rye: Ho.
I, SLUWl.U; No. 3. Sl lOgLU.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Fatnres of the Trading; and Closlasj
. Prices Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. .March U, Wh-a swayed In
price today, largely according to the
varying character of cable reports, es
pecially the course -f quotations at Liv
erpool, l ne close nere was weaK at o
decline to c advance, compared with
last . night. Other lea-ling stapleo all
showed net gains; corn, a shade to V,c;
oau, HfiHc to s&o. and provisions, in
6c to Uhic.
weakness at tne start in wneat was
followed by a derided oulge and then
quick reaction. The veering was w:de,
covering a range of lust 6 rents, with
May swinging the furthest both down
REAL ESTATE- TNAESTMENTS
3 to 4
WHEN YOU CAN GET
From 7 to 10
The last year haa certainly shown that
mortgage on real estate and real estate
itself Is one of the best and safest in
vestments a person can get. If you will
Investigate you will find that there was a
great deal of money lost the last year In
railroad stocks and other kinds of In
vestments. When you investigate you
will find that there Is nothing that is
any safer thsn mortgages on real estate
and real estats Itself located in thla great
middle west country.
We have several different plans where
you can Invest and be assured from 7 to
10 per cent on jrour money. Why not call
or write us about it at once?
Hastings & Heyden
1614 HARNEY STREET.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
to buy one of the nicest S-room bungalows
j ukes of which have never been offered to
lyou before. This is absolutely one of the
beet built houses In Dundee; house Is
l ..ii. . . i . . ... .
new. built with brick aad concrete founda
tion (not cement block), finished with oak
In tbs large living room and dining room;
other rooms ma pis; big fireplace; good
slsed tile bath room with all the latest
plumbing. To the right party will sell
for SouO cash, and balance la) per month
at I per cent
uwnor leaving city tms week and must
sell st once.
A. W. Burg,
140S W. O. W. Bldg
NEW Dt'NDEK liCNUAUOW.
Five dandy nice rooms in oak, with
beamed celling and paueled walls, also
sleeping porch. Only SS.UJ0. Possession at
onos. l rash, balance monthly.
PAYNii INVESTMENT CO.,
Douglas 171(1. War Block.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
Seven-Roo;n, Modern Brick
Corner lot. street paved, nut far out
Can make terms.
W. II. Gates,
447 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 1&4
V. B. FNOINKKR OFFICK, YKLI-OW-ton
Park, Wyo.. March 13. 1115. Sealed
proposals for lurnishlng material and
eractuig steel highway bridges in Forest
Reserve aujolniiig this park will be re
ceived until April 12. 1916, and then pub
uoly opened, information on application,
AMOS i. KlULri, Malor, fcngr
Si LV-li-l4-k -7
and tip. On the bulge from the extreme
low point of the season, there seemed to
be plenty of evidence that foreigners and
domestio cash grain handlers were ab
sorbing futures because of Inability to
meet requirements In the spot delivery.
At ths same time, advices were at hand
that early weakness at Liverpool, whlcn
had been reflected here, had been suc
ceeded by an upturn due to reduced es
timates of the surplus In Russia and
Roumani. to the sinking of two Paclflo
grain vessels and to storms In Argentina.
Realising sales to collect Profits for
speculators seemed to have much bearing
on the downward tendency of the wheat
market approaching the close. Domestic
reports on the crop outlook were slightly
less favorable. Dispatches from Illinois
and Missouri light soli sections referred
to signs of considerable winter killing.
Improved demand frrm shippers west
and southwest was responsible for a good
deal of the strength shown by corn.
Shorts here bough freely. Oats ad
vanced chiefly on account of Chicago
sales of 1.100.000 bushels for export. Ho
far this week shipments of oats from
this city amount to 1,300.000 bushels more
Shorts In provisions ware finally forced
to cover owing to a stream of small buy
ing orders that poured In nearly all day.
Weakness st the start was said to be
mainly the result of larger receipts of
hogs throughout the west.
Futures were quoted as follows:
Article! Open. 1 Hlgh. Low. Close ! Yea y
57H1 10 4S
10 oTHI 10 (0
10 77H! 10 OS
10 87H 10 80 I 10 87V
10 0JHI 10 IS I 10 OCHI 10 13H! 10 OS
10 SiH1 10 45 I 10 &Hl 10 43HI 10
Chicago Cash Prices--Wheat : No, 3
red, nommai; ivo. s red, si.mwi.S4,; No.
2 hard. SI.S$ l.fcS. Corn: No. a yellow.
72'v; No. 4 vellow. 70H1"lUc; No. 4
white. 70'4Hr71'io. Oats: No. 8 while, 57tf
niMrc: stHiiosro. S7Vi!&7o. Kye: No. s.
7iiSnc. Timothv: U.oOf.SO. (iover: S9.00
flis.00. Pork: S17.I7H. Lard: $10.05. Ribs:
Ht'TTER Lower; creamery, 30c to 20
BX3S Higher; receipts, S.7W oases; at
msik. cases Included, 16H(fi17Hc; ordin
ary rirsts, iwNo; rtrsts. lPfco.
POl'LTRT-,Alive, higher; springs, 17o;
I'OTATOBS-Steady: receipts. 14 ears
Wisconsin red, SPOttc; Wisconsin whit,
OMAHA OBTYKRAt. MARKET.
. PUTTKR-No. 7. -!. canons, Hoi No.
f. Mb tubs. tic.
CHKEBE Imported Swiss, S4c; Amer
ican Uwlss. Use; block Swiss, ZJo; twin,
ic, aaisies, ifci iripieis, ire; xoung
Amorlcas. 10c: blue label brick. 17Ho: 11m-
buruer, S-lb.. 10c; l-Hv, 80c: New Tork
whits, IK; Imported French Roquefort.
POTATOES-Colorado Rural. 78o bu.;
Red River Ohio, SOo bu.; Minnesota,
whites, 06o bu.
FISH Trout soci large crappias, Uoi
Dauoui, ik; cnannei catnsn, mo.
bWKKT POTATOESKansas, J3.7S bbL
titer cutb no. i rios, ic: no.
r bs. 14c: No. S ribs. 104. c No. 1 loin.
17 Ho; No. a loins. 16Hc: No. 8 loins, llic
No. 1 chucks, c; No. t chucks, CWc; No.
-1 1 7V. k'.. f . ....
v.iuv..., , jw. v, m rvuiiua, tsci rtQ,
t rounds, Ua; No. 1 rounds, lOHc No, 1
pistes, sc. no. I pistes, iho; No. I
POULTRY Broiler. 14He: sarins? chtok
ens. 11c: hens. Parllc: cocks. 8c: ducks.
loc, geese, 8c; turkeys, 10c; pigeon, pr
aos., wv, aucHs, xuii leaxnereo, tuc; geese.
run icainerea, ec; squaos, no. i, gi.ou: no.
Market quotations furnished by OUInskl
FRUITS Oranges: Per box, extra fancy
Alphabetical, all sixes. Si 76; Paul Neyron,
iark sixes, ixov; buiikisc. an sizes. si.tO.
Lemons: Per boir, fancy, Sunklst, 800s,
t.Oi)4.M. Orspetrult. Per box, 3tM,
Apples: Per box, extra fanoy, Washing
ton Whit Winter Pearmalnes, S1.71;
. ls..nKii..wsi I r,il UNnUAWaa til "B Tll..U
OLuir:iiwiiDi f 1UV) w i ( fa,MI. A'SaxVSJf.
Ben Davis, 11.26; Black Twigs, $1.W; fancy
HlacK a wigs. i ; exira tancy uanos.
S1.3u; faucy Rome Beau Ilea, S1.6S; S-box
lots, II. 4U; Ben lavls, very highly colored,
. Lkl 4 JC fl r - TX A .11. r.. 1 1
nia Emperors, 13-50. Pears: Per box, A-
tnus. .leraevs. Hlieldnns. ttoseo. Easter.
t'i.21i. Bananas: Per bunch, S3.00if3.26: per
!b., 40. HtrswDerrtee: rer owe. LTtn
terries: Per bbl.. Let itowsll, S7.W;
per box, $2M.
NUTS No. 1 Ca.llfjmla walnuts; 1o
per Ib.i black walnuts, 3Hc per lb.; fll
berts. Uc per lb.; pecans, 12Ho per lb.;
Kraxils, 12Hc per lb.; almonda, SOo per
lb.; M S-os. figs, S3 per box; sugar wal
nut dates, SL40 per box; Halloween dates.
So per box.
VtOUKTABLES-Callflower. whole crate.
S3. 76; half crate, Cabbage: New
York Danish. 2c lb.: Wisconsin. Holland
seed, lHo lb.; California, new, Zo lb. Cel
ery, Jumbo, wo do.; neaa lettuce, gl.oo
do.; leaf lettuce. 400 dos. Onions: Red,
3o lb.; yellow. So lb.; white, S!o lb; Spejt
IbIi, S1.75 crate. Artichokes, SI. 50 dos.;
endive, S5C lb.; Bnuaels sprouts, SOo lb.;
peppers, aOc basket; tomatoe, Sti.00 crate;
garllu, Italian, 25c lb.; shallots, GOo dos.;
radishes, 60a dos.; turnip, 6O0 dos.i spin
ach, nOo cos. ; parsley, Hk: dos.; bean, S4.60
hamper, union seis: xenow ana rea,
bu.; white, 11.75 bu. Potatoes: Colorado
Rurals, 75a bu.; Red River Ohio. 0o bu.;
Minnesota whites, 0c bu Sweet Pota
toes, S2.76 bbl.
MIHCELLAN FOl ir ohelled popcorn, 4o
er lb.; limes, S1.7B per box; crackerjack,
.160 ner case: crackerjack. one-half ease.
S1.75; checkers, S.60 per case; checkers,
one-half case, SI.7B.
HONEY 44. w per eaac.
tlDKR New York cider. S3 60 per keg.
OOCO'.N't'TS SS.M per sack; 75c dos.
PEANUTS Raw, 7o per lb.; raw, sack
lota, Jumbo, Be per 2b.; roasted, SHc per
lb.; salted, S1.60 per can.
MUSHROOMS wc per id.
New Yark Oeaeral Market.
NEW YORK. March 11. SUOAR Fu-
tuies were quieter earlier today, but the
ifndertore was firm on scattered trade
buying and prices at midday were 4
points net higher. Raw sugar,' steady:
centrifugal. .twoi.fu; moiasses, i&siib
J.M. Refined, steady.
BUTTER Weaker; receipts, 4,3W tuna.
creamery extras, 2 soore, c; creamery.
higher scoring, spring, sue; creamery
firsts, 2aatHc; seconds, S3H4r2SHc.
EOtiS bteady: fresn garnered extras,
.O'flWic; extra firsts. lc; flrt. 1814if
UHc; seconds, lTHtflHc; nearby hennery
white, fine to fancy, ZKg'iAc; nearby hen
nery browns, 21c.
POULTRY Dressed, steady; wsatern
frozen roasting chickens, ntulc: fresu
fowls, ltj'isc; turkeys, ISfsSOc; live, steady,
western rhicKens, KVioc; lowia, iuoilsc
Kansas City Ural aad PrsrUlssi.
KANSAS CITT. March 11. WHEAT
No ! hard. SlOttl 61H: No. 2 red. S1.4SH
Q-l.SOH; May. 1144',; July. Sl.U'A; Be
CORN No. 1 mixed, 70c; No. S whit.
TlHc; No. S yellow, 71Hc; No. 3. 71c; Ma.
sttfwc; July, trwtic; neptemoer,
OATS-No. t whlt. r"57Hc; No. V
Bl'TTKB-Creamery, Ic; firsts. 27c
seconds, 2ro: packing, 170
Mil-Mrt, 17c; flvcnds, 16c.
POULTRY liens, i4c; roosters, 10He
Mlaaasolla Ural a Market.
MINNEAPOIJS. March 11. WHEAT-
Uiv. I1.41S bid: July. SI H' asked; No
1 hard. I1.4PS: Nc. 1 northern, II.
l.i: no. 1 bortnern, i.ini.wik.
FlOl'It Advanced; fancy patents. S7.Sn
first clesrs, S : second clears, St 10.
W A K L K Y M'r7c,
CORN No. 3 yellow, 74,iW1o.
OATS No. 8 white. &4yU'c.
St. I.oals Grata Market.
BT. LOUIS, March 11 WHEAT No. 1
red. S164H; No. 2 hard, nominal; May,
11.49: July. Sl.loH.
CORN No. 2, 73Sc: No. S whit. 76q
76V: May. 72Hc: July. 71Hc.
I OATS-No. 2. 664i7c; No. 3 wblt. 67W9
Llverpeo! Cvmla Market.
LIVKItPOOL. March ll.-WHEAT-Bpot
No. 1. Manltol. 11a 6d; No. 3, 13
41: No. S hard winter, lJe 2d.
CORN 4pot. American mixed, new.
lOri: Amerlian mixed, old. 3 3d; March,
ds brisg good r
1 49 1 M I 1 4 I 1 3H 1 SIS
1 17HI 1 SI 1 17SI 1 L 1 1M,
I I I I
n 7SHI 71 73l 7TH
74 I rM, 74 I 74 74-,
I I I I
RTT4I (), S7SI tt
17 SO I 17 'l 17 1 IT rH 17 K7l4j
IT 93H' IS UH 17 rn) IS OTWl 17 (6
10 45 10 571 10 4S 1
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET!
Cattle Eftrywhere Sharply Lower
Than Last Week's Close Heary
Kan of Sheep and Lambs.
HOGS SHOW BUT LITTLE CHANGE
OMAHA. March II. 1V1S.
Receipt wars- Cslile Itoas Sheen.
18.00 Il.onu '
Pour davs thla week. SO DOS
Same days last week. .17.411
Same days S vki ago..lHi K.r
Same days ks ago.. .K)
Rame djs 4 wks ar. ,l4.J42
Ssme days last year...i;.do
Tbs following table shows the receipts
of rattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date, as compared with last year:
Ittlt tail Tne
Jwttle 1K..w; 14.2 M4S
I'ogs IWt.IRO IWl.ttl 107,174
Bheep bM.MS sV7S! IS00
The following table shows the average
price for hers at the Mouth Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
Dale. I 11S. IIS14.HVIS HSU. i1ll. 11410 1.
eh. It I t lu-v
I I U! I All T W I Oil
S fl S 111 !.! V 19
8 00) 74iS70jSlM
Feb. tX S H.'i
rn. n i s u
Feb. S&.I SO
S 43 IS 0X1
S 34 S 18 S
43H1 S 34 S SO)
4.1H! 291 S Ml S
Mar. S .
Ml S 191 I x' I W
I STtkl S 3 S S7I 7I SS
IS SW S 47 S 31 S W S 7J
4 I S 63: S 34 71 t 7
67j S SR. I 6 Stl 0l ' M
H S 331 S S2 I (I 7S:0 22 S b3
il I S U S 3 40! a SOilO 27 1 40
Receipt and dtscmattloa ef live stock at
the Union Block Yaids, South Omaha, for
the twenty-four hour ending at S o'clock
c, M. ft St. P n
.Ml 73 . .
KS 1 1
K .. ,
2X Dfi 1
Missouri Pacific .... !
C. A N. W.. east..: 31
C. N. W.. west... H4
C, ft. P.. M. O.. 20
C, U. & Q, east... 6
C. R. A Q.. west... (it
C, R. ). A P.. east. H
C R. I. ft P.. west. 2
Illinois Central S
Chicago Q. W 5
Total receipt .,.292
Cattle, lloas. Sheen.
Morris A Co 52 2.W12 M2
Swift & Co 1.0K.1 3.74:. 4.4JO
Cudahy Packing Co 4.2.11 3.0K,
Armour ft i', 1.3J7 3..Jii 4.sm
Schartx ft Co 2.f.w
J W. Murphy 1.8hS
Lincoln Packing Co
Bo. Omaha Packing Co
AV. B. Vansant Co
Benton. Vansant ft L. .
Will ft Son
F. B. Lewis
Huston ft Co
J. B. Root ft Co
J. H. Bulla
L, F. Ilusx
wertheimer ft Degen...
31 F. Hamilton
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Ob...,
Baker, Jones ft Smith,,
Totals tt.371 18,242 15.21
CATTLE The modification of the etau
quarantine regulation brought In a larg
number of Iowa cattle. Unfortunately a
good many of them were not billed ac
cording to government regulation, whloh
caused more or less confusion and delay.
Iowa, South Dakota and Missouri ship
per should remember three things: First,
t' ship all cattle In cleaned and disin
fected cars; second, have agents state oe
the bill of lading- that the cattle are
shipped in cleaned snd disinfected tars,
and that they are intended for stocker Ot
feeder purposes; third. If the above plan
Is followed the cattle will have the ben
efit of competition from both feeder and
packer buyers. If these rules are not
followed the cattle will go Into the quar
antine division, where they can be solo
only for Immediate slaughter, regardless
of whether they are fat or not.
The Chicago market slumped badly yes
terday! price being quoted .ITitrfoc Iowa,
than the high point last week, and ert
advloea from there this morning Indi
cated a still further decline today. Wits
big reoelpts and such unfavorable ad
vice from other points It was not sur-
f rising that buyers started out thla morn
na; bidding sharply lower prices, and that
It was very lste In the day before enougi,
business had been transacted to really es
in the end a good share of the killing
cattle sold around 10c. lower than yester
day. There were several good buying
order for cattle on shipping account
which helped out a good deal.
The best feeders did not show much
change, but the medium n in-between
kinds of cattle. Hi kind that I would h
considered neither very good for feeder
nor good stocker, were slow and lower.
Quotations on cattle: Wood to choice
corn ted beeves, 7.76fM.S0: fair to good
0o ruled besves, S7.0tMJ7.76: common to
(air oornfed beeves, tS.0O47.OO; good to
choice heifers. tt.2677.00j good to cholo
flow. SS.7btrt.S0; fair to good cow. M.(M
S.7S; common to fair cow. S3.6O4j00:
tc.od to tholes stocker and feeders, 17.00
47.60; fair to good stocker aod fscdera.
S4.604T7.4W; common to fair stacker and
feeder. tt.76.6v: stock heifer. S&.6ut
3.60: stock cows, SB.OOtfO C: stock calvea,
S.00X.0O; veal calve, 7.00al0.2&; bulls,
stags, etc., S4.7S46.36
lie present a live amies:
UK HIS" STEERS.
Ma, At. Pr. Ns. At. Pr.
4 11 1 M MS 7 41
s 104 4 M 4 1IS4 t ii,
HI lt IS ISti 7 44
il 144 4 44 41 U4 7 45
l Il 4 US U MUJ4 T 44
t VU T to !0 tl61 7 a
It in T ft) M lmm 7 H
m sua 1 10 t set 7 44
I 1114 7 SO t 11T 7 ts
n 11" 7 00 11 list T H
u m 111 14 ma 7 to
II s4 7 10 j ur?t T 14
i, S94 7 10 14 Ufil 7 44
, SUA t 10 14 1314 7 K
t 111 3 1410 1 U
10" 7 14 14 1141 In
4.... U?7 7 15 18 Kl IS
PT4 7 10 44 kl 1 M
it its 1 m it no J 1 4
gt !M 7 10 X I 7 40
S Iff T 34 It 1S47 T 4
t tent T m 9 ItM 7 ts
II sst 7 t 23 Wt T 1i
12 VMl 1 U 4 1UK4 T U
7 7 inn 7 7i
l ua 1 it, 4 t 7 it
It an TS 7 Sr T 74
I 117 T SO to 1171 T 7
M 1IM T an 17 14 7 15
is ii4 7 ar aa isus 7 7.
14 HI 7 IT 1460 f ti
it iota 7 15 s lata t to
as lo4 7 6 ia M 7 so
11 54 n 14 Uoi t aa
I UWt T U 4. llJs 7 45
iz v47 1 44 n lasa 7 an
J Wt 7 40 . 14 1540 7 so
I 1074 7 44 t lit 4 SO
I iat 14 14 lta iso
10 1150 7 40 IT.. ....... ..1144 00
I.,., MO 7 40 IT 1W4 3 1"
I I:' 4 tb a iui I to
. .12l T 40 list ( 1
1 VU 7 40 I 11H4 S 34
gTr-KR.S AND HEili'KKH.
4 101 7 as It 1104 7 45
1 SO! 7 14 4 754 4 4
U 54 7 35 10 ISO 1 4
t.., 1121 7 l 15 104 7 40
I mo t fc 4 ia4.i T 64
I. au 7 'Ml fit T M
1.. ... 5l 7 lh 14 1957 1 7fl
II 471 1 44
4 n IN 1 1143 4 SS
ait 4 40 1 14
t 4-44 4 ft It 1IH0 to
IM 4 15 4 l.'l
I TOW 4 14 11 ln4 4 1')
4 lost I 41 U I" I 4 14
1 7lu 4 7 IIS) 10
1 i) 1 14 a iim
2 la0 4 U 4 1 j: 1 I:,
a i'vi 1 a mil u,
4 1154 I 4 5 1114 4 15
t aw 4 40 1; 7T a j.,
I IHO t 51 I I"k4 I S.
1 i--,a 1 m 1 iij a 25
4 1. t an 11 1.4 a m
4 W I 40 17 LU4 4 a
17 t Zt
i l :(
i . .
...... Kl 7
: t 7
list 1 M
TS ( Of, 4
7M 4 I
, K3 IS
?m is 1
, T OA
. n 7 :
ill 14 on
. .... tie is n
elTOl 'In Kit-.
I u 1 it,
. I'M 7 Jn
m 7 is
noun Another lllieml run snowed up
this morning, lii cars or lg,ok head,
lelng esllmnled. Thla brings the total
for the four days up to W.4H head, wjilch.
Is only 4.00. head smsller than lusf week,
and is a gain ot nearly ll.mu over the cor
responding days last year.
Conditions this mortiln were much tb
HHinx aa yesterday. Local receipts were
larxe and as Chicago was reMirtlng a
tttMc break, local packers made their
tarly Mils on a oiu 10c lower banla. Fellers
were sll very bullish, asking prices that
were pretty c'ose to steady with yester
day's high time and before killers were
able to do anything tliey were forced to
raise their hands a tri'le A few of the
first hogs sold went at figures that were
fully a nickel lower thsn yesterday's
average, but a general movement did not
start until buvers ralred their bids to a
shade lower level. By this time a good
strong buvlng demand had become very
evident, and under the Influence of strong
competition a good share ot the supply
sold at -rlce that were fully steady with
yes'.erdav's average, and In some rases
looked nearly as good s yesterday' best
Trade closed up In good shape and
while the last sales were hardly as good
as those at the high time they were
fi;lty steady with yesterday's average.
The general market was steady to a
shade lower snd the average cost wss
Just a pinch under vesterdaa-'s. The big
strings sold at SMJH. with a pretty
good showing at S.(. A few real esrlv
snles landed under S 00 and tons reached
SH.70. the same as yesterday's high figure.
In spile of the hesvy runs of the last t-o
days vnlucs have held up In good shape
and the trade for the week to date
shows a net gain of pretty close to 6c.
At. i. Ft.
'." ... ItJI,
.IM ... H
SIT 110 4 3
,V4 ... tft
.3m ... n
JM ... IS
.137 ... I
... I 40
. . , 4 41
... 4) 71..
The receipts this morning were
SI IKK I'.
larger thsn those at Chicago and Kansas
Itv comnlncd, as the estimate called for
some 21,000 head. A week ago tne receipts
were S.7M hend and a year ago 10,3(1 bead.
The proportion of aged shuep amounted
to about a doccn loads, there being ten
of ewes and one of yearling. Like yester
day most of the offerings came In from
Colorado and the Bcott'a Blut country.
gulte naturally with a liberal run on
hand the packers look aitvantage of the
situation and pounded the market most
of the forenoon before any actual bual
nena of ronssnuence took place. A long!
toward the rloon hour a general move
ment besan with the bulk of the lamb
selling weak to lOtjlftc lower, while aged
sheep held about steady. There wa no
feeder trade of consequence. During the
early hours some Ismbs sold on shipping
account at til 76.
Quotations on sneen ana lamDs: einn,
Mexicans, V MHW.80; lambs, fed westerns,
9.0(11 . 76 ; lamns, snesrina, sn.nroo.ni.
yearlings, light. S87M7.w; yearlings.
ii,vm,i:(. vrethera. rood to choice.
tr n' nft- wethers fair to aood. S7.60W7.75;
ewes, good to choice, ..-s'i.i; i '
to good, S7.2bTJ W
204 fed ewes
127 fed lamb
62S fed Ismbs
1H4 fed ylgs. ana weinere
Hi fed ylss and wethers
626 fed Ismbs
C3I1CA4SO LSVB BTOCK MAHKF.T
i.ti. aloTT-lloas WeakSheep
'cuici rir -March 11. CATTLE Re.
-i,.i . ami hesd: mtu-kat slow: natlVfc
steers. S.i.70Ta.76; western. If-OtyuJ 86; cows
Z-a i,iV-r. 11 Slvfi7.il0: i a Vs. S.3Mr.Tk
iinrm Uecelnta. .10.000 head; marke
..k u. uw, ner: hulk. 34.60ft. 70; light,
3D4.14J4I.75; mixed. S6U4i.76; hmvy S.16j)
SHEEP 'AND IAMUi4-ltecelPtiOlMt,
. a m,hnl weak: ahsen. S7.0OB410
yearling, S7.7.1438.B0; lamta, 7.6M7.0.
Kansas City I.ly ilock Market.
KANfAS CITY. Mo.. March tl.-CAT-TLK
ReorllHs, 4.600 head: market lower:
prime fed steeirs. S8.0WI4) ekV dressed beef
steers, S7.0(Vu.00; western steers S.8yi
8.30: storkers snd feeders, Sfl.OOifl.SD; bulls,
SiSOti.76; calvea. S.604vl0.60.
liOUtl Receipts. .! neau;
lower; bulk. 31.7.00; heavy jn.aaon.isj;
ackers and butcners, u.noTr.s"; inm,
16.K0cq7.0o; pigs, S.607.00.
oiAr.t? iVh l.AMHS Recelot. 7.000
head: msrket closed weak: lambs. 18 3'4
9.8f.; yearlings. 84 lvf8.8i; wethers. SJ.64)
.00; ewes, S0.7647.S6.
St. Los Is Ilv stork Market.
ST lAlTIfl. Mo.. March ll.-CATTLR-
ISeoelpU, 1.700 head: market stsady. na
tive beef steers, 87.010.00; cows and hell
ers. S6.60lJS.3t; southern steers, S.3'ft7..5;
cows and heifers, 84.0Otj.O; nstlve celvtrj.
HOUS Receipt, S.MJU neaa; inarsei
higher; pigs and lights. S6.a6U'.4S; mixed
snd butchers. S710"l..3o; good hesvy, S7.L
head; market lower; native mutton. $4.76
4j8.O0; laraha, S0ti.86: yearlings, S7.60
S.90; sheared yesrllng, ss.6nr7.w.
. . - .
leax City LIT Sttwk Market. ,
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. March ll.-CATTLE ,
Receipts, 1,000 head; market weak; na-1
live steers, W 7rx!r7.o; butchers. 1i.2uc37.6t. '
cows and heirers, to.uxtKi.sri: i aimers, M.iO
fi)4.76; calves, 3d.0Mje.0u, bulls, stags, eto ,
HOOia neceipis, i.i.ouu nrsu. msrser ro
Icwer; heavy, 8.66j.60: mixed, 36
6 66; light, S6.4i-ti4i.6o; bulk or sales. Six 6
otlKEil' Arv u - )JVAito jiecriuis, nuns.
t. Joseph M t4ek Market.
8T. JOSEPH, March 11. CATTLBS Re
ceipt, 3,9 head; market slow: steers,
7.(Oii.70; cows and heifer. l.00ifj.26;
HOO lieceipts. 9.000 bead: market
lower; top, Sf6; bulk. S.76it.aD .
MHKEP AND LA.MRS lHecelpts. S.000
head; market steady; lamb. .Vmt6.
NEW TORK. March ll.-COFKEE-The
market for coffee future opened at an
advene of S to 7 point today on a little
covering or trade buying wbloh appeared
to be Inspired by the steady showing oi
Brastl and somewhat smaller Santos re.
celpt. Business was vary quiet, bin
price improved furthr during the day.
with the close 7 to 13 point net higher.
bale were S.6D0 bag. March, S.tKe; Aprfi,
i.7c; May, 6.7sc: June, s.mc; July. Mo,
. . . . . , oAa. m n,i . ssSj.. riAi.k..
7.0ic; November, 7.08o; December, 7.16c;
January. 7.30c. spot, steady; Klo No. 1.
7c; Santos No. 4, tc. Cost and freight
offer were reported firmer ia tone, with
offering limited and quotation rangln
from about 9.36 up to 9.76 for riantoa 4s.
Rio exchange on London wa hka hignei
and. while there wa a decline of 76 rels
In the Rio marxei, nanto wa tm rei
NEW YORK, March 11. METAL!-
Iad. steady at S3.WKrl4.00; Ixjndon, 111
olter. not ouoted: London. 144 10s.
Tin, nominal; five-ton lot, S44.76iJMS.T6.
Cr.Dner. firm: electrolytic. Il4.7&iau.ur
casting. H:&H. Iron, steady ana
At Lwndon: fipot copper. M 15; fu
ture, tix 3 nd. upot tin, future.
iilhft o. Antimony, aiK'o
T lUia. March 11. METALA Lead
q u lot. at S3. flH- Spelter, unsettled, at
Cot lea Market.
-vrktiir kjf.i. 41 rwrftAu
HnnL oulct: middling uplands. So: sales.
Cotton ruturss uosed nrm: roarcn, s.btc;
Msy. S.Wc; July. isc; October, .4Bc;
,. V . ItlA Tha mllni. nL,A.
I wriuuri , w.w- . ,w w. ..... -. b .
closed firm today, net unchanged, to 4
. , 1 -1, eu ,1 ti.,,.1, it vr-rii
. . .1 - y.A Mt,4.4lintf- X44r.. .rtl,lll,i4T
. Ml I u
. tivl S it
l.l h T
4"'. s-"'. ... .-. . ,.,,-.,
1,(11,-. low middling, 4 77c; sales. 10,'JuO
NEW YORK J1T0CK MARKET
Keactioiiarj Tendencies of Previous
Session Lacking in the Day's
PRICE UNDERTONE IS FIRM
NEW YORK, March JJ.-Th reaction
ary tendencies of the irevious session
were lacking in today' stork market,
prices showing a firm undertone on a
tery modnrate output of dealings. The
success of the New York stato bond
sale, which may be folloared by a munic
ipal offering of no Inconsiderable amount,
additional gold Imports from Japan, with
prospects of further drafts upon Hrlntaln's
goi,i stores in ( ana la were lavcrs ol
Other developments which contributed
to the better tone of the market In-
luded more record-breaking exports and
afliimonai prices in certain finished steel
products. Some encouragement was also
derived from latest advices.
tome encouragement was also derived
from lateet advices respecting Kuropean
and Mexican conditions.
The si8e of the Brie Railroad company
of 810.0u0.ono, one-year 6 per cent notes
Tihlch really constitutes an enlsrged ex
tension of a note Issue explrln Apr i
I. next, gave rise to reports of more rail-
wsy and industrial flnarrlng. lrorert
of additional acceptances for the estab
lishment of foreign credit were taker
Exchange markets took on a more var-
1 . I 1 4,nA t 1 1 n am lmlnn h,ln.
easier, while greater firmness was shown
In remittances to the continent.
Thla contrary condition wss attnoutsd
to sales of the new Hmlss government
note and the new Herman war note.
for both of which an Increased demand
Mom than the usual amount of tcflsy
business in stocks wss devoted to the
sutomnhlle shares, which closed the lsy
with gains or 1 to 6 points. Rumors of
cash or stock dividends, or some other
form of "melon accompanied their ad
vance, but ths ' trading was confined
srgelv t aoeclallsta In those. Issues, ont-
sldn Interest being nellglble. Other seml
actlve stocks msde 1 to 3 point gain.
the cnler exceptions being Waolworth.
I'nlted Railways' preferred, American
fugsr preferred and Southern railroad
preferred. Erles were strongest of the
raiiwsv division. Tot si sales of storks
smounled to 173.000 eh rea.
ttnnns were mainly Irregular, th ouly
feature being the weakness of New York
Central delienture Ha. Total sales oar
vslue aggregated S1.K7.X.
Number of sales snd leading quotations
on stocks today were:
mim. Hitn. dot.
5 n ii Uj iei4j US
I SMI 5AS H' 5-W
3.700 4n ma ltr
l4 17 4 Tf'4,
400 4444 41V, 4
t im4 inat, 11
am in, u4 i!s
1, too st "t :
1.700 4TH il R7'4
eft 7 I7t4 lti
IW 17V, 171j 11
!KM 1404 154 IfH,
70 l U tt
W") 4!1 41 41 a
ISO 5T't S74 ITS
1.JO0 M St 34',
AmalmatHl Cnppsr ....
Amoiimo H. 4 R
An.erlcs g. R. pW...
Am. guser Ttetlnlss
Amsrhes Tel. 4 Tel....
Baltimore A Onls
HrneklTS BapM TrSMlt..
Csllfornls Prtmlsum ....
Onirtl iMthsr . . .s
tesp4ske a CWilo
4tilo410. M. A m.' P i.
( I.lnsfn a l. W
t'okwmdo ICusI 4V lros ...
4'Alsro4o A Houthsrti
IVnvr 41 Rio Orn...
Ixnver t a H. pts
niatllltnr arcurltlsa ....
Orsst Northern M
Great So. Orm tit
Interhormiih Met. 4...
Kanssa Cltr Meutksrs....
sitenii Covoer ....
MlMourl. K. T
Missouri Pant no
Now York rVotral
N. Y , N. H. H
Norfolk 4Y Westarn ,
Psrlrie T4. A Tol ,
Pullman Palase (Isr
Itay Con. Oipper
Republic Iron A gtoal...
Bock Inland Co
Hook Island ext. iH....
Rt. I. A 0. F. 3d I4..
Hoathern Paclflo ,.
T'nlnn I'fc lnc pti. ......
Vnlteal KUtsa ttasl
I'. H. fkaal pfd
Waatlngheuss Elactrle .
6O0 (Tl aa,V. u
17.4ns s.iv TJii
4 ito 14 im
Si 115 114
inn l 31 MS
so 11 1114
a. too a4 tat,
2. SOO 214 o
U 41 H
tOO 1014 V9 10114
lea 10S 10.14 10814
K00 IM liO', 150
1.100 1T44 Uli 17'4
10.400 14SH 14444 14'i
(00 1UU HI
4.400 130t 1
4,500 45S 44 V
400 lor. 5 1(,VI4 10
1,400 5.14 IA r.i
700 4414 4)414
44 aa a4 ,
New Yark Money Market. -
NBW YORK. March U-MERCANTILK
PA PKR Sf4j per cent.
BTBRLINO KXC1IANOE Stesdy; 4
day bills, S47H7S; for cables, 34.8U74; fdr
HlLVKR-liar, 61 o; Mexican dollar,
HONt(t Oovarnment, easy; railroad,
T1MU LOANg-Ktady; 60 day, VQ
24 per rent; W days, iQ3 per cent; sis
month, SS per cent.
CALL. MONEY Steady ; high, t par
oent; low, IV per cent: ruling rate, 1
per cent; last loan, 3 per cent; closing
Ltd. 14 per rent: offered at, t per cent.
Closing quotation on bond today war
V. I. tret a, rag.... 4I4 Ms. Pao. ct. 4s 47.
4a Bovsen at "N. Y. t'. g tt.. W4
I). . I, rag 1014 N. T. City 414a 104',
Is cotjBBB !4HtN. V. Htau 4Vta....l0lS
V. 8. 44, tb lK-S'N. T.. N. H. A M.
s eouys 11SS c. 4a 10414
Panama la coupon . . lt4 No. Paclflt 4a. 81 1.
Am. Hmrltsra 4a.. .104 do it tj
A. T. a T. or. 4Sts. U14 o. g. U rr. 4s.... si
Armour A CV 4ia.. H Pae. T. A T. 4a 7i
Atuhusm aan. 4s.... 14 Paaa. cos. 4a ., 7w
B.I. A Ohio 4a 4015 0o con. 4Vil 101.
Chss. A otiln S . S.-4 ksa4lng t. 4a.... .
C. B A Q. I, 4s .... M mH, U. A U. r. t. 4a 41
C M A S P g 4a..lon B. P. ct. 4a II 14
4a ct. la 1014 do rat, 4a... S414
H'. R. 1. A P. a. 4a ti o ot. Is au
A . raf. 44-... az4 so. tutllwajr aa ,
l. A H. 0. rat. Is. 4714 felon Paclfle 4a..... 4
Kris sn. aa WW Bo ct. 4a aau
Ufa. klactrlo 4s....l4S l'. S. Rukbsr 4s. ...low
(It. No. let aia.... m v. e. Btaei as. ...... liu
III. tit,. rf. 4t 414 Wabasb 1st as SB
It. r. so. raf. ee..., s wbbl vnioa 4a. ... at
U A N. ssl. 4a SS Wast. Blac. ct. 4b. to
M. K. T. W H.. TTVa
Local taauka siaal Beads.
ciBiaiksu furalshs br Bsrna. ianakar a Ob.:
44a Omaaa Sftuvui i wuama, uaau;
Contlnantal 4bs A Wss. 3 so...
.. 44 aa
..1014 tw si
Palrmonl CrBsmory t ptd
0f4 Wastsra famr 4..
JI-Vk. a dm. klults B. JXr. pit
Kockr aaoiB4MB . r'. www aa
1 n gi a sbb " - ........... ...... ... in
iKk Yards Nat l, 80a Ik Osialie. as
i.wlft a iwrBHr
In ton Stoek Tsrda. Osuba SI st
Up4ikB Craln oo a 1st
.V.i.l Obb A Els. Is. lilt (nsb.). aa ts
PsBTSr Oas Nutaa, . 117 tt ;
Iiallaa S.oool 4lt. 1443... j tot lofi,
Humboldt, Na4v. rat U. lf -.--;- 14V M514
li sniBt 1 HI, u . ..... vt at
s ra. Ulurts Ot. gr. 5s. 1.... trtl k.
OoukB Wt 414a. 1441 lot lt.
Ou.aru bm oi -- ... w 1 v
Kockr Mountain Irosl 44 14
8.1ft A CBBJOanr aa. 144 . t t
Tri-Cltr Rr A U. 4s. 1IM t44 si
CnlTaraltr PIM. Nsb.. t'a. 141 T a
WiUtta tBCk VsrcVs Is. 1414 4 lut
5 ,1., H. A f . Mot BprloAS. B. D
Losdts Bterk Market. '
LONDON, March 11. The American
section of th stock market wu'modir
ately active and firm, with quotations s
fraction above, yesterday' New Tork
BILVrCR Bar. 14S-ld lr ounce.
MONEY 1 per cent.
DIMPOl'NT RATW.4 Short aad threa
month, lit per cest.
EvaaorateA Apple aad Dried Pralt
NHW TORK, March U.IDVAPORATEL
DRlliO FRUITS Prun, baocely sted
Aprloota anil peach, dulL Ralalna
Why Bonds Are Saft lavestm ents
Tb Harris Trust aakd Barings 3&ak or
Chicago has Issued a book let Bnlltlsd
"Why Bond Are fafe Investment." lu
tnedsd for th uaa of peraxma planning
to invest in bonds for th first time, it
Sim 1 to explain In simple terms the put
poe and uses of various clssses of bonus
aa safe tnvesrtnient for individuals as
well as Institutions. Copies may be ba4
free on request.
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