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THH HKK; OMAHA, SATURDAY, MA1J011 13. 19to.
rAB H4.1t II l,MII rod SALM
Highly Improves Sonoma Co., 4'all
fornla. right at town and rallroaJ; close
to Sun Frnnciseo; running stream
through tho property: water piped to nil
JniiMIn; new bungalow, 9-r., 2 hatha,
foreman a houae, w-r. and hath; laborer's
nous, 6-r. an1 hath; modern horse harn,
row barn, capacity loo rows', granary,
ol shed, machinery shed, with steel
holier; creamery house and separator,
alio, 24n tona rapacity; rait anl hog perm.
2n head Jersey, It head of horses. 25
head of Berkshire, hoes, buggies, wagon
This ranch has Its1 own Irrigation sys
tem, dam and reservoir.
The property la In first-etass condition
and Is for sale aa a. whole to settle an
estate. Price haa been made low to af
fect a, quick ale 4126 per acre. Includ
ing stork and- Implements. Terms can
tf you want an Ideal California, ranch,
this Is an opportunity that Is seldom of
fered. This ranch would not be on the
market were the owner eMIve. There U
big money In this) for some one.
Address for particulars.
. W. T. Smith CO.,
D. 2819. city National Bank Bidg.
THERK IS A REASON,
BOIU WATER AND CLIMATB.
Patterson colony In tHanisiaus county.
California, has three things to perfection.
and they mean everything when It cornea
to raising Ingllsh walnuts. Deep, rich
soil anil abundant water to produce the
ihree and no irosts to ntp the tender
buds. English walnut trees bear In als
years and while they are growing you
raise 8 to 10 tons of alfalfa per acre be
tween the trees.
No. 96 Is a oeautlful 15-acre tract two
miles from town on Los Palmas Avenue,
which la lind with eucalyptus trees and
date palm trees. The tract Is all In cul
tivation and there is nothl.ir finer in the
valley. Owner lives in Omaha and will
consider exchange lor good property here.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
of a California home would this help to
reaHas ycur dream T Forty acres, 9
acres In peaches and prunes. 4 acre
vineyard, alfalfa, berries, house, barn,
bunk house, etc., all In good order;
miles from town; In well Improved neigh
borhood. Twenty-two trains dally, to and
from Sacramento City. Will make price
right and give you terms to suit. Ex
cursion MAHCH IS. Lt us show you
this. Far $S. - - v.. -..
W. T. Smith Co.
Doug. 119.- - City National Bank Bidg.
BARGAIN 840-acre dairy farm, near 6a
luaa, Kan., writ for full description and
list of 100 Kanaka farms for sal iu centra!
Kansas. V. E. Nlauette, Saltan, Kan.
BIGQBST land sale of the year now on.
100 forty-acre farms (480 each. Good land.
Well settled locality. Close to railroad.
(12 per acre Is half actual value. Great
est bargains In South Missouri at sensa
tional prices. Write today for free liter
ature. D. Merrlam, Ellis 6fc .Benton,
Kansas City, Kansas.
THE ROSEBUD LAND CO.,
414 Barker Block. Omaha.
720 acres of good land, eight mtiea from
Kilgore, Neb.; a good 6-room house; barn
for 7 head of horses, cattle shed for u
head of cattle; all fenced - and cross
Unced; exceptionally good 45 acres in cul
tivation; good 'well and windmill; o7 head
of cattle, described as follows: 17 milcn
cows, from. 4 to years old; six 2-year-old-
hellers, fourteen 2-year-old steers, live
extra good, yearlings, one thoroughbred
registered Durham bull, seven fall caive.
Biven head of horses, described as fol
lows; One black horse, lil years old,
weight 1,200 )bs.; one bay horse, 9 years
old. weight ' 1,200 lbs.; matched team; 1
bay mare, yrs. old. weight o0 lba, tw
buckskin mares,' 10 years old, weight 9uu
rsch; one good ' yearling colt; one bay
horse, 8 years old, weight l,2uu. lbs.) eacn
of these horses is broke single, -double
and to saddle. Three wegonn, ,gooU .
new;, two double boxes, one hayrak one
John leerlng mower, one McCormlek
binder, one oohn Deere, lister, one Jonn
Leera two-row machine, 1 endgata seeder,
1 hand corn shelter, one grinustone, two
complete sets of harness, one breaking
plow, one hay sweep, one good saddle,
two water tanks, one top buggy, nine
shoats. weighing 75 lbs. each; luo chica
ens, 1 Osborn diso harrow. 100 tons of
hay, l,5(Xi bu. corn, l.ftm) bu. oats, ltx) bu.
of potatoes; all loose fence posts, lumber,
wire and, in iMct, everything that ts now
on the place. This whole outfit, land, all,
for fU.uuo. He will carry t,vuo years at
t per cent Interest.
l iiarker tik.. Omaha, Neb.
.farming ana. iancning pay a
We win take your cuy property at what
it's worm and give yuu plenty time on a
farm or a. rancu, wnere tney ate raisin'
finest crops oi all klnus, wium taos caiua
aud alialia; toe ucst of water. are iruui
Owner wanu to re are and will ex
change his fins t.tMU-acr Hheridan county
rancn for a tarm nearer home, that wlu
rant well. Ranch haa big new nouae, tine
large barn and ail necessary out-oulid-ngs,
and anotner smaller set of improve
ments. S weila and windmills, running
Tiatef' "tJm,brJior ,u!' lH3mt halter.
Ail hard land, no sand, gently roiling,
best of buttaio and grama grass pas Lure
and outs big lot oi bay. . About half
section cultivated for roughness. One
of the best ranches in Nebraska. 14 miles
by good road to Gordon en C. A. N.-W.
FATNB - INVESTMENT COMPANT.
FA.BM TO BXCHANOK FOR
. CITY RliSiDKNCii
No. Ti. As tino and level a 40 aa von
ever aaw; only 2 miles from a. rapidly
growing town on the Burlington roai
with best of scnools and churct.es and
businesa houses. 8oil a warm Mn.)y 0a
growing Uie biggest kind of crouiL
Adapted to alfalfa, sugar beets, potatoes!
grain, etc Plate is all in cultlvaUotTeasv
to Irrigate and well drained
PAYNii INVESTMENT COMPANY
FOR SALE-Practlcallr crop payment
Plan; 10 to 16 per cent cash, one to ten
years on balance. Have around 10 000
acres to sell on those terms, if taken soon
This land will raise IS to 45 bushels' of
wheat to the acre. Plenty of rain, near
guod town on main line Union Pacific
H. R. For particulars write J. A. Wotan.
Cashier of the Potter Btate Bank, Pottei,
80 acres, irrigated land, all under
cultivation. In Deuel county,.' Na
braJka, within 1 miles of Jules
burg. This Is a smootn piece of ex
tra fine land and will be sold cheap.
Will make terms. .
W. T. Smith Co.,
TSS ocres In Elk horn valley and miles
trom towns of Valley and Waterloo on
tne II. P. R. R. Most of the farm Is on
tne bench and Is very best of corn land.
Honie good bottom pasture and a few
acres ol timber. Improvements. 10-room
houne. barn 4dx, granary, well and
windmill. Handy lo Kouth Omaha market.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
t Ware Block. Omaha.
KOR tiALK i acres. ulKi nortll of
Central City. Neb. Mrs. Amy biavslr,
20 Lincoln Ave.. Council Bluffa.
Best dairy and general crop stats la tit
union; Millers wanted. Lauds for sal at
low prices on easy terms. . Ask for book
let No. S4 en Wisconsin Central Laal
11 rant. .xoellut Uods for stock raising.
It interested in fruit Lands ask for buoa
let on Aiple OrUtarda. AAdreaa Ijui I ki.4
Industrtai Lepat4uint, evoo Lin Itaiiwsy.
W t VHtlMsT.
HOMKSTKAn-lliMiiei'tead. OJ0 acres.
Just iiiied; iJl) aires to each applica
tion. Particulars, writ at onuew r".
-..bii,ir. Wuroa. Wye.
RKAL ESTATE FOR lUCNT
Karon anal llssrli Laaats.
FyCTIANriFS-Pllae ROwrUNS. T ts.
John N. Krenser. tKmglaa 664.
CITY and farm loan. SW. per rent.
f Li . a. AM tl 1.
WA.TFI City loans Pe'.ers 'I rust Co.
WANTED-City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1S20 Farnam.
tiuo to tlo.wiQ made promptly. V. It. Weed,
UAKVIN BROS te;7
6KR u first for farm loans la eastern
Nefc. United State Trust Co., Omaha.
P1TV I ilKra r ti
- " iut-ip at . a 4 aaj i niU,
CI TT property. Larce loans a specialty.
w. H Tnomae. t Slate Bank Bidg.
JNKY on nana tor city and farm loana
" mwir, ji.t iitu , Hank Hldg.
OMAHA home. East Nebraska farms.
O KEKFH REAL. ESTATK CO..
WHt Omaha Natl. Douglas 2711
1100 to UO.00O made promptly, r. 1-1. (Wd.
Wead Bidg., jutu and Karruun Gil
ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
REFT) Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
flee In Nebraska. 20. Brandels Theater.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. 30S a 17th St
Phone Douglas 64HI.
IUCAL ESTATE VOU EXCHANGE
AVnntft tTlpar Land
or clear lots for equity In fine completely
modern Omaha home; mortgage, 24,500,
payable monthly. Write today.
O'Keefe Keal Estate Co.,
Douulss 2716. mis Omaha Nat
RKAIj ' ESTATE -ACREAGE
FOR SALJOTwo acres neer Krug Park,
t blocks to car, cement sidewalk from
ear to land; city water; or will trade
for cottage. Address R. F. Rain, Coun
cil Bluffs. la. ,
I AND 10-acr tracts close In for aub-
2vtdlng. Phone Doug. 2M7.
reaij estate: downtown
' Southwest corner of 12th and Dodge ,
ft on Dodge, 132 ft. on 12th St.; track
age In alley.
Considering the location. chsaDeat avail.
able trackage lot In town. To close an
estate It will be sold at a price far below
A.P. Tukey &'Son
Ption D. 602. m-ts City NaU Bank Uldg.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
Located at v ;
15th and Burt
Handy to the Webster street station.
Price Is right
Good place for a small mfg. concern.
Dottglas M, or Wal. 8037. Har. ?64S.
For Sale, $3,000
Eight rooms, all modern, hot water
heat, fine cemented basement under
whole houee, with laundry tubs, fruit
cellar and coal bins. Nice level lot 46x122
feet, wittt large -shade trees, also Dlentv
of shrubbery and fruit. One-half block to
24th St. car line. This must be sold, so
don't fall to. see us at once.
George & Company
Tell D. 7S. KB City Nat. Bank Bidg.
New 5-Room .
Strictly modern, oak finish, beautifully
decorated; large attic can be mad Anto
two large rooms, with furnace beat al
ready installed; full basement; screens
and window shades- south front lot,
ft0xl26. Located st 1104 Fowler Ave. Price
13,350. Easy terms.
' Norris & Norris
400 Bee Bidg. . - Tel. .Douglas 4270.
Ten-Room Modern House
For $100 Cash
payment: then 223 per month. On large
lot fronting south; located north, Just off
Florence boulevard; a splendid place for
a large family, or the locality would just
ify the renting of some rooms. The house
Is well arranged and modern. W will
show you this today. Phone Douglas 4i.
Shuler & Cary,
224 84ate Bank Bidg.
WHERkiViOH YOU BUY.
See our lists for exceptional bargains In
new 6. 6, 1, 2-roura houses and bungalows.
M. F. NORRIS COM PA NY,
003 Bee Bidg. Phone Douglas 2372.
2677 KVAN8 t-r. n.od iiorae. oak finish
throughout; essy terms. Web.
WILL sell beautiful modern home, eight
rooms, one of Omaha's best residence
districts. Deal direct with owner. Ad
dress L 114. be.
NfcJW - e-rouro, modern, oak finished
bungalow, worth $3,0w)i mtg. 21,600;
unable to keep up payments; will sacri
fice equity, for $1,0W cash. Address Q.
137. Bee. . .
REAL ET A T E- 80UTH SIDE
BKAUTLFUL HOMK. SOUTH 2iTH ST.
Owner sacrificing e for tjuick sale on
a strictly modern, high class 7-room
house and a large esst front lot, fine
shade trees, good neighborhood. It's a
great chanoe for you. Call us up.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Douglas 1W1. Waro Block.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
Several sll-modern S, 6, 7-room house
and bungalows are listed for Immediate
disposal, well located and at the right
prices. New and well built.
M F. NORKIS COMPANY.
a03H Pee Rldg. Phone Douglss 17.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
Gallagher & Nelson
and Insurance .
644 Braudeis Bidg,
$25 PER MONTH ,
Only tlbO cash payment and the 22S
monthly Includes principal and Interest
All modern, new, Just decorated, full
cemented basement, first-class furnace,
oak floors throughout, window . shades
anil everything complete.
-. Daaur. K2t ltu W.o.wWi,.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Disposition of Market to Rally Put
Fear to Press Short Side in
rmcE up two to three cents
OMAHA. March .11 1MJ.
W heat traders have become accustomed
to fluctuations of I and S cents a day.
Operators sa- the market's deposition
to rally so rapidly after breaks shows
that It ponspss Inherent strength. Were,
it not for the war, traders would be
radically bearish on the Julr and Sep
tember, but they are afraid to press the
short aide to any extent.
A cable from P room hall says the
T nlted States has 8.ono.noo biwhels, and
Canada .i0.0r Inighela of wheat still
on hand for export, or equal to 4.O0O.OHO
Some of the whent traders who are
bullish are more friendly to the buying
side of corn, on the theory that the high
price of whest will prevent com values
from declining sharply for some time.
Btrlctly speaking, the situation Is re
garded aa bearish, but trndors In explain
ing the advances ssy It Is due to there
being too many bears In the market.
Omaha Spot Market Wheat was to to
Sr higher; corn was Ho to a hlglicr and
osts were Vfcc higher.
Clearances el' wheat and flour were
equal to 1.075.rt) bushels; corn, 106,000
bushrls; oats, 82.O0O bushels.
Corn closed Wd lower at IJverrool.
I'rl'nary wheat receipts were M bush
els and shipments e0.i00 bushels, sgalnst
receipts of K39.0.10 bushels and shipments
Of :nt.i.00 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 5fR,000 bush
els and shipments (40.000 bushels, against
re eel- ts of "flS.000 bushels and shipments
of IH700 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were Mfi.000 hush
da and shipments 1. lit. 000 bushels, against
recel ts of 640,0110 bushels and shipments
of 77f.,0:0 bushels last rear.
Wheat Corn. Ott
The following sales were reported today.
Wheat: No. 2 hard winter, 1 ear, II.MH;
1 car, II. MV.: 1 qar. 1 car. tl.KS. No.
2 hard winter, 1 car, I1.S2. No. 4 hard
winter, 1 car,- f 1. BO, Rejected hard winter.
1 car, $1.47. No. 4 spring, 1 car, 21.S2. No.
2 durum, 1 car, $1.47. Sample durum. 1
car. 21.42. Corn; No. S white.. 1 car. 71c:
1 car. 70c No. 4 white, 1 car, 70c. No. 2
yellow, 1 car, 70Vt3. No. 2 yellow, 2 cara,
&o; 2 cars, 6SWc No. 6 yellow, 1 car,
"SWo No. yellow. 1 car (wet), 6So. No.
2 mixed, 4 cara (near white), 9Vic; 1 car,
9o. No. 4 mixed, 1 car, Sc No. mixed,
k car fnear wHte). fc: Vt car. 7c.
Oats: No. 2 white, 1 car, fc&Vc. No. 4
whits. 1 car. Boo.
Omaha Cash Prices WTisal : No. 2
hard, 1.6m!l1.53tt; No. I hard, Jl.BK
1H'4: No. 4 hard, 1.41iffl&l; No. 2 spring.
rL&on.M; No. J durum, i.4a'i.; xno.
2 durum. tl.4Vfil.47. Corn! No. 1 white.
71 V4 710; No. 2 white. 70A7mej No. t
nniic, wu'iic. ou. wmic, wthi""
E white. tUfiWlc: No. white. HW&M::
No. 1 yellow, 7071c; No. 2 yellow, 71
70Wc: No. t yollow, 4iMc; No. 4
yellow. tr,P: No. 6 yellow, W4
hc: No. 6 yellow, fWniWfeo; No. 1 mixed.
Hii70c; No. 1 mixed, wiiw; ino. i
mixed. RWTic: No. 4 moxed. RVt'EWOc:
No. t mixed. WSSHc; No. mixed, m3
We. OAts: No. i white, oW.ifiVtc; stand
sr1. finVunfiftr- No. 2 white. 6e4(hiWc: No.
4 white. 64S?ttc. BarVy. Malting, 7&9
7"c: No. 1 feed. 0tfr71c. Kye: No. 2. 21.11W
gJl.U1; No. 2, XLioWl.lli,.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Pea tares of the Trading; and Cloalajr
Prlece nn Board of Trade.
CHICAOO. March 12. Urgent European
demand tor both the cash delivery and
the Mav option kept the wheat market
today to a higher level than was reached f
yesieraay, mainiy as a resun or inn gov
ernment report showing a decided falling
off in the supply held by Interior mills
and country elevators. Prices at the
close were strong lWMKa above last
night Com scored a net gain of "MJto to
r, oats of Hfae to 1HSC1V4C, and pro
visions a shade to Sc
Much of the buying of wheat appeared
to he baaed on current estimates that, ac
cording to the government figure, any
further exports from the United r'tatea
could be spared only by reducing the
average carry-over at the end of the crop
year or by cutting down domestle use.
A great deal of attention was also given
to reckonings that th danger line would
be touched by exports at the rate of
more than 3.000000 bushels a week from
now until July 1.
Export sales of wheat for spot cash
amounted In Chicago alone today to 400,
000 bushels and there were said to have
been 1.000,000 bushel, disposed of to Trans
atlantic . buyers at the seaboard, with
other foreign business elsewhere, notably
st Duluth. Cash wheat premiums were
the tallest of the year. None of the set
backs In price today for future were of
a grave or lasting sort.
Corn was helped upward by tha light
ness of rural offerings to arrive. On th
other hand. Improved demand sooth west
waa offset to some extent by the slack
ness of shipping call from the east. Oat
were strengthened In consequence of re
ports that the Argentine surplus would
be far less thsn had been supposed. As
In the case of wheat, Europeans bought
the Uay option as well as the cash de
livery. Higher prices for hogs and grain gave
a lift to provisions. On the bulge, though
packer sold, especially July ribs.
I"uture wen quoted as follows:
Article! Open. High.) low. Close. Yes v.
May. 1 M
July. 1 20
' July. 74V
Msy. 17 70
July. 18 UH
July. ,10 82
Msy. 10 15
July. 10 45
17 24I 17 70 1 17 70
II 22'4 18 12 18 12
10 80 I 10 B34
10 17 10 1J! 10 121
IV Ci 10 46 JO 46
Chicago Cash Price Wheat : No. 2 red.
tl.6xtil.Ci9; No. 2 hard. tl.6HH&l.fl0.
Corn: No. 2 yellow, 73'gi74e; No. 4 yel
low, 70"371c. Oat: No. 8 white, ffca
6K,c: standard, fctic. Rye: No.
21.15. Harley. "Xunyei. Seeds: Timothy.
24.6ti.S0; clover. J.KVp13.6a Provlnloiist
Pork. $17.80; lard, 210.07; ribs, 8!.12iy
BUTTER Lower; creamery. a0g28c.
iXJOS Lower; receipts. 1S.0K3 cases; at
mark, cases Included, nVgaTo; ordinary
firsts. lltH4c; firsts, 17ie.
POTATOES Receipts, . 18 cars; un
Chsnged. PtiL LTRi Q-Lower; springs,
Kaasaa City Grain a ad Provisions.
KANSAS tHTY. March 12. WlIEAT-
No. 2 hard. I! t:fl No. 2 red, II 61Wi
1.42; May. 81.46; July, 1.1431.14S; Sop
C ORN -No. 2 mixed, 7ly71c; No 2
whlt, 72c; No. 2 yellow. 72Wc; No. 2. 71Uc:
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
Seven-Room, Modern Brick
FOR ONLY t2.50O.
Corner lot, street paved, not far out
Can make teems.
V. U. Gates,
47 Omaha Nat l Bank Bidg. D. 14.
REAL ESTATE SUBURhAV
FOR SALE All modern house, t rooms;
practically new; garage; in Council
bluffs, 1 blocks from itreet car r.ear
schools and church Mr. A;ma render.
14 Park Av Council Ulufla a
ZngTskrh ofkick, YELlJbv
L. . KMilMKBH OKK1CK. YKI. IiUT.
stone Park, Wyo., March 12, lla. Mealed
proposals for lurtiisiiing material and
eictin steel hlguway hiidgus In Forest
Krser.e aujolnli.g ti.U paik will be re
ceive.! until Aiiil ii, l'Jij. and then pub
lu ly opened J nlortnat ln on applies Hon,
AMOS J. r'Kltrf. Major, Engrs
U lU-lt-16-A -7
Mav, 70'4r7TV; July, TMTTSSc; 8eptember.
OATS No 1 mhlle ftlKAf Vn 1 ml.t
MtTTK.R Creamery. 20 ; firsts, 2c;
seconds. 2c; packing. 17e.
K;us Virata 17c; seconds. 15a.
PtH'I.TRY llena, l.tul4c; roosters.
10H; turkeys. ISc.
OMAHA OBIfBRAl. MURJIRT.
. BtTTTKR No. 1, oartona, Bel No.
I, Mh tubs. c.
C1IKFS10 Imported Bwisa, 24e; Amer
ican Swine, 26c: block Swiss, 22c; twins,
10c: daialea, l'c; triplets. . lie; Young
Armtrloas, 19o; blue alel brick. 17c; Hm
bunrer, 2-lb.. 20c; 1-lb.. 20c: New York
white, ltc, UJD ported lfVaiich Roquefort
POTATOES Colorado Rural, Tto bu.;
Red River Ohio, 80s bu.; Minnesota,
whites, Cia bu.
FISH Trout. 2t-( large crapple. Uoj
ballbut. 14c: channel cattish, 14c
SWEET POTATOES Kansas. 82.78 bbU
BEEF CUTS-No. 1 ribs, lc; No. t
ribs, 14c; No. 8 ribs, Kc. No. 1 loins,
17c: No. 2 lolna, lic: No. t lolna, UVo,
No, 1 chucks, o: No. I chucks, (io; No.
2 chucks, 7o, No. 1 rounds, l:o; No.
8 rounds. Ho; No. t rounds, lHo. No. 1
plates, 8c, No., 2 plates, 77-ic) No. I
POULTRY-Broller. 14j; spring chick
ens, lie; hens, Mllc; corks, so; ducks,
10c; geese, 8c; turkeys, 16c; pigeons, per
do., We: ducks, full feathered, 10c; geese,
fullfealheitjd. 8c; aquaba. No. L 1.&0; No.
Market quotation furnished by Olllntkl
FRUITS oranges: Per box, extra fancy
Alphabetical, all aliea, 12.76; Paul Neyron.
larsa slses. U.bO, Huukli-t. all sties, HvO.
lemont.: Per box. fancy. Sunkist. Sunt.
3a.t. 2t.0r4f4. Orapetruit. Per box, Jttia,
ns, e2.iv; a anil mm. w; . Mt, W.aft.
Apples: Per box, extra fancy. Washing
tjn White Winter Pearmainea, 21.75;
Si Iticnburgs. 21.10; Hoovers, $l.Sf; Black
Ben Davis. 81.2ft; Black Twigs, $1 to; fancy
Black Twigs. 11.86: extra fancy Oanos.
ill.2;.; fanny Rome Beauties. II. 60; 5-box
lots, 11.40; Ben 1 avls, very highly colored.
.er bb.,. 2X2.V drapes: Per drum. Califor
nia Emperors, IS.W. Pears: Per box, An
Jotis, .letseys, Sheldons. Bosco. Kaster,
:..o. Banansa: Per bunch, i.0iif li, per
lb., 4c. Strnwberries: Per at., ftOc. Cran
berries: Per bbl.. Late lioweli, 27.00;
per box, 12.50.
NUTS No. 1 California walnuts, c
Per lb.; black walnuts, 2e per .b.; fil
berts, 15c per lh.; pecan. 13e per lb.;
Braxlis, 12c per lb,; almonds,' 20o per
lh. ; CO 6-os. figs, 23 per box; sugar wal
nut dates, 2140 per box; Halloween dates.
So per box. ,- -
VKGETABLK8 Callflower. whole crate,
J J 76; half crate, 11. W. Cabbage: New
York TanJsh. 2c lb.; Wisconsin. Holland
seed, la lb.; California, new, to lb. Celery.-
J umbo. 90c dos.i head letture, 21.00
dos.; lesf lettuce. Wo dos. Onions: Red,
2o lb.; yellow, Jo lb.; white. 2o lb; ftpan
lah, 11.75 ere La. Artichokes. 21.50 do.;
endive, tbo lb.; Brussels sprouts, 20o lb.;
peppers, 60c basket; tomatoes, 80.00 orate;
Karl I o, Italian, 2Ao lb.; shallots, ioo doa.(
radlshea. 60c do.; turnip, too do.: spin
ach. 60o dos.; parsley, 60o doai bean, 14.50
hamper. Onion sets: Yellow and red, 11.60
bu.; white, IL75 bu. Potatoes: Colorado
Rurals, 760 bu.; Red River Ohio. Mo bu.;
Minnesota white, 0o bu. Sweet pota
toes, 12.76 bbl.
MISCELLANBOU8 Shelled popcorn. 4o
per lb. j limes, 81.76 per box; erackerjaok,
8.1.60 per case; crackerjack, one-half rase,
81.76: checker. 13.60 per case; checkers,"
one-half case, 11.7V
HON KY 84.00 per caao.
CIPKR New York elder, 2S.60 tier keg.
X)OOA NUTS-8S.&5 per ack; 76o dox.
PEA NUTS Raw, 7e per lb.: raw. aack
lots, Jumbo. 8o per lb.; roasted. 8o per
lb.; salted. 11.50 per can.
MU3HROOMS-S0O per lb.
MlaneaaMIU Grata Market.
MINNKAPOL1B. March 12. WH KAT
May. 81.44 asked;- July, tl.40: No. 1
hard, tl.62; No. i northern, fl.4S31.51;
No. 2 northern, ll.443a..
BA RLrTY tofj7tc.
RYB tl.tlWI.14. ,
CORN-No. S yellow, RHWo.
OATS No. 3 white, tWaWkc.
. I I .1 I. ,1 I
St.. Loala Oral Market.
ST. L'OnS. March 1!. HTCAT No. 1
red, 21.56; No. 2 hard, $1.66$; May, 11.61 14:
July. 81 lS
CORN No. 3, 73c; No. t white. 76c;
May, 78c; July, 75a
OATS No. 2. 68flac; No. t whlt. 69c.
Liverpool Orala Market
LIVKRPOOU March 12. WHEAT
Spot, Manitoba, 12 4d.
CORN Spot. American, mixed, new, 7
d; old. 8s 8d; March, 7 4d.
l,oal Stocks kvsid Beads.
QnntittoBs ramlihsd by Burns. Brisker A Ca,
44 Omslia Nstiensl Bsok bulldlag, Omaha i
tnocke . Bid. Aaln.
Continental Ota A Blee. 2 Mill IS to
Pear A Co. pld 4 at
rurnont Croasiory T fti O0 1l"4
Croat Weatorn Huaar fti lot ju,
lxMM-Wllos Biscuit lit pU 15 u
U,o Stock Not'l, Snutk Omobs. ...... .174
Omaha a Co. BlutfS Bt. . pfd U Tt
Oiunt A Co. Bluld St. At. ooai tiv, 7yi
Roekr Mountain Pool pt4.. com. bonus W 14
Mots Bank of Omaha ,11, n,
Btork Yaroo Nat'l, Suatk Onata.,v.. .. HJ
Hwltt A Companr.......... 101 lu
tJnion Btork Vords, Omaha ts H
Updtko Craln com loo
Copilnontal Oas A Sloe. la. 1MT (Nok.). M
OeuTor ia ntK, mi... n
rtallaa School 1IM2 104
Humboldt. !eb.. roi. 4a. . 14414
Kaiiaaa chr. Mo.. B-hool 4a. 1W1 n
Omaha A Co. Bluffs HU Br. U, 1101.... u
Omaha Wntr 4ka. 1M1 A.n2
Omaha School 4s. 1H1..., i
Roi kr Mountain Foal M
gwtlt Company ao, 14 --
Tri-ctty Hr. A Lt. 5a. I....-. ten
tintverouy riaco. r.a., iw, un wa
Wichita tonk Tarda to. W.44 , as
W.. U, H,
ft P.. Hot bprinsa, 8. D..
NBW YORK. March 12.-COKFRB-The
market for coffee future was mora ac
tive tod.ry and price ruled higher on re
ports of an Improvlnir spot demand tha
continued steadiness of tne primary mar
kets, reports ot further clearance from
Brazil to Europe and somewhat small In
terior Jtnntc receipts. Tha opening; wss
at an advance of 4 points and the market
closed 44i12 points net hisher. Kales, 13,
600 bags. Quotations March, t.'Zc; April,
S.81c; May, 6.6Hc: June, 6.78c.; July, .4o;
AuKUSt. 7.01c; 4Sertemter. 7.07o: October.
7:14:; November, 7.1o; December, 7.24c:
January, 7.i9c. Spot, firm; nominal, '')
hanto No. 4, V.. LHo exrhane vJii
8 l-liki hlichor, while th nillrels price ws
unchanged at fantoa and 76 reis higher a
Oil a ad Roala.
NEW TORK. March 12.-ROS1N-Steady.
T UHPKNTI NB Stead y.
SAVANNAH, Ga., March 12. Tl'RP
ENTIN1C Hrrn at 42o; sale. 21 bbla;
receipts, 4 bbl.; shipments, 208 bbls.;
stocks, 81.04) bbls.
ROSIN-FIrm; sale. 84 bbl.: recalots.
256 bbls.; shipments, 219 bbls- stocks.
112,257 bbls. Ouote; A and B. 22.90; C and
I). 23.02; B. P. O and H. 83.07W: I. limi
ne. 83.2i;U:.M. 84.00; N. 86.00: WO. 85.46:
NKW TOHK, March U-e1UaAR-Ku-tures
openod firmer today in anticipation
of the KnKilah embargo being llftod and
a more active demand In th spot market.
Prices st midday were KkiSll points net
higher. Raw, firm; centrifugal. 4.77c; mo
lasses, 4c; refined firm, 16 points higher;
cut loaf. -c; cruxhed. C.7uc; mould A,
f.86o; cubes, .l6r; XXXX powdered, 4 0';
powdered. 4n; fine granulated. 6.9oc; dia
mond A, 6.froc; ronfeu loners' A, 6.k0c; No.
1, 6.06c. Centrifugal closed firm at 4.83c.;
molasses sugar, 4.040. Bale, 126, Out) bags.
NEW YORJC, March 12. METALfl
Iead. steady. t-ViA W; London, tHlild.
Spelter, st London. 44 10s.
Tin. nominal: five-ton lota, 247: twenfr-
five-ton lots, 1 37 bid. Copper, firm; elec
trolytic, 814. 87Ht 15.00; casting, 814.269
14.62V. Iron, steady and unchanged.
At London: Kpot copper. 14 16s: fu
tures, 86 6s. Spot Un. ) 10s; future.
aii ius. Auiimony, a..t(".
BT. LOtTIH, March 13. M KTALfl Load.
strong, at tS 87WoJ.W. Hpelter. lower, at
NEW VORK. March 11 COTTON t? Dot
quiet; miildllug uplands, 8.60c.
The cotton market closed barely steady
at a net decline of 12 to 12 points under
general liquidation and spot house sell-
uVEKruou March 12. COTTON
Spot prices steady; good middling. 6 4K1;
middling. 6.17d; low middling. 4.77(1. Sales.
ley Uood Market.
NF.'W YOKX. March 12.-HKY OOODH
Cotton goooa aero quiet and atcadp to
dny. Vxrna were dull; wools generally
fair. Kilks for Immediate dtiuvery wire
In fair demand: fnatures wore ouiat.
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Some Kindt of Cattla Higher, Other
Kindt LoweT Lambt Active
and rricet Higher.
HOGS FIVE TO TEN CENTS U?
SOITTII OMAHA, March 12. 1!ir..
Rscel.'ts were: Cattle. Hoa-s Sheep.
Off tela' Monday 1 j iMl .75
tfflolaI Tuesday........ 4.s 11.rt?X 6.7I!I
'fficlnl Weilncailav 1 n i'i ens n an
Official Thursday 7.117 1'.S 23t
Kstlmale Friday 2.0t) 1.(0 11.000
Plve days' totals. ..,..23.22.1 S.I5 1.7M
fame day last week.. .17. 774 I.fln7 55.644
Same 2 weeks sa-n I,", irr.HMl tk.54
eme 3 weeks asn 11.217 RM 4lt7
Ssme 4 aeeks aco H.ovi K.m 67. W1
Kama days laat year....lMM 4.4; 4!,i
The tollowlna; table shows the receipts
or rattle hiers and sheep at the South
omaha live stork market for tho year to
date, as compared with last year;
IMS. 1914. Inc.
IM.r 17.1'.7 6.1
7r.,2:T. 6.U.7F! 11l,47
6M.2U5 64,'! tl.212
The followtna; table show the averasw
price for ho- at the South Omaha live
!1. n"Jk,t for th last lew days, with
'e. li6. Il!l4.inll unit inn It'tio ni
I 8 19,
a pm mi
I To) 1 1
Mar A I
60' 9 On
8 XV I Hi
8 Ml 8 89
8 4t 8 M
Receipt and dtpomon of tlr stock at
the Lnlon Siovk Yard. South Omaha, for
the twenty-four hour ndlnr at I o'clock
RECETPTR CARLO Ar8.
C..' M. . ,,,(ittle.Ho..S,eep.H
I'nlon Pai-liiu 27
C. ft N. W east.. 4
C. N W a.-. i aa
8 2 'i
8i ' 'i
j-.. . p. m. a p:: ?
v., or eaai... l
C. H A ,
C.. R. I. & P., east 5
v,:, iv. i. e j-., west ..
tllllnoi Central 2
Cht Great Wast... 1
Cattle. Hers. Sheep.
MnMi ja i
ii atiia j.uvt
" v at. v r 1( jij 14B
Cudahy Parkins; Co..'.. tM s'laj
ArniAiiP A evk- .
owin & i'o
Armour A rn .
rlchwarts ft Co. ....
J. w. Murphy
B. O. Packing: Co 11
W, R. Vanaaut Co.... I
V. B. Lewis HA
Mustnn A I'n la
J. B. Root ft Co i?
J. It. Bulla im
T. V 14,,.. i,
Kellotrir ".."."!'.'."."!! fil
werthelmer ft Ieren.. 377
lr l. ti...ii. ...
t- I . II n IT1IILIH1 . . . . . . . 11
Hulllvan Bros 63
I ... I. kllj A
.t.viim iiuii ,. zi
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Co. . 6
Christie ,. 24
Bsker, Jones ft B j . 6 '
t'B n n n tU
... ,.,...... .. vn
In'ia IfarvAt .. 7
Dennis A Francis , 114
Other buyer 2M
t TotaU 4.(127 1T.1D 12.461
CA'l"lir Receipts were liberal for a
Friday, eighty oar being reported In.
This waa more than any other market re
ceived. Fortunately there wa a good
shipping demand for good fat bee steers
nd they sold very roadily at price that
vera generally 10c blither than yeaterdsy.
The lea desirable grade of beeves were
at leaat steady. The difficulty experienced
by shippers to getting: cattl from Chi
cago through New York and Pennsyl
vania, on account of the quarantine
regulstlons of those states) has evidently
turned some shipping . orders to this
. Cows and heifers wero very slow, re
quirements of buyers apparently being
limited and prices war weak to a little
lower than yesterday.
There were no changes In stockerg And
feeders of any consexiuer.ae.
It would be soil for shippers to under
stand that the federal quarantine regu
lations are being strictly enforced, which
means that cattle for interstate shipment
must be billed aa atockvr or feedera and
loaded In cleaned and dUMnfected car or
they cannot be shipped out Into the coun
try again for fendlnar purposes. On 1 tie
shipped In ran Ibat nave not been cleaned
and disinfected can be scld only for Im
mediate slaughter and will be yarded in
a quarantine division.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
corn fed beeves, 27.7Mc4.80; fair to good
cornfed beeves, 7.00trf.75: common to
(air cornfed beeves, id. 007. 00; good, to
cholos heifers. 88. 257. 00; good to cholo
cows, 86.7W4.40; fair to good cow. 6MQ
a. 76: common, to fair cow, t2.60tgi3.00,
8-od to choic stockors and feeders, 87,a)
07.60; fair to good stockors and feeder.
160(37.00; common to fair tockr and
feeders. 85.75i.60, stock helfors, 86.60y
4.50: stock cows. 8S.0O&4.2:: stock calvea
$6.0075.00, vasl calves. 27.0040.:; bull.
stNsa. lo., (4.764.26
BJGKK H rEKIlo.
,.im 1 m
. im t ai
..114 7 to
..ton t m
11 ... a I
II ,...lt 40
21 IU 7 Oi
II. ....... ...104.
Ii4 1 ta
..I iM 7 14 .
ll 7 76
119 T M
HI ....).- ANTJ Hbllt
4 ... 1
.1064 4 44
4tS f 10
an 4 to
... W Tit
... lot T M
...1064 7 44
4 tt 8
4 40 7
. W t 76
, mu t to
41 1 1
,......uo 1 it
...... IM I M
lo 4 71
141 1 .
lot 1 tt
M7 T 00
" T 4
It tot 4 TO
u 4a t "e
1 t41 TI
HOOl Aii extremely heavy Friday run
showed up this morning atiout 27 cars, or
ltl.Ouu head being received. Supplies for
the five days total 6H.H15 head, a gain
over laat v.eek of nearly lO.ouu head, and
almoat 20,OJ larger than a year ago.
Advice from other point wore) encour
aging, and In lull of the fact that re
ceipt weie o large, the markst opened
out a big ntylOa limner than yeaterday's
average. One buyer held out, bidding;
price that were only a little batter than
steady, snd this made trade pretty dead
for a wliile. but r.e finally raised hi
hand snd in tha end tha bulk of th offer
ings sold on the basis named, that is a
Mtc tr'iOo gbov Thursday's general mar
ket. Toward the t-los. when all buyer but
one had filled their order, trade became
a little easier aaln, and while some of
the late sale Were quoted aa steady with
th general trade, other looked a shade
easier, or only about a nickel above yes
terday average. Tlie general market.
however, la fully 6l0c higher. The big
string sold at l.70. with a sprinkling at
t.0wa4i 67W.' with a pretty fair showing
at i6.7'iWU 'h. the latter price being tha
top. Moat of the sales ovsr 84.70 were
n-ade to shippers, although some of them
wer Included in ths packer purchases.
UrprcnentH tlve sales. .
Ha At. ah. Pr, Ka
gt im It 4 t ..
a.; t to t tt j...
17 at) I OS 15..
ail fl ... 4 a-IUj 4..
8h. fr. '
... 4 79
... 4 To
... 4 7214
... 4 73
... 4 71
... 4 11
(4 tt4 ... 4 1 . (..
at 4 ... 4 7 71..
t,t tu4 ... 4 74
e 114 ... 4 tt M 144
nnr.r.r--A run tj,i.-j neau, aui lamos.
a liberal npply for a Friday, and abnu,
equal to th combined receipts at Chi-
. I. .. - 1 1 u. I ........ I. ....... .
a ready outlet this morning to the packer
Miyrts on a bonis strong to a dime higher.
Chicago reported a run of 6.000 head, with
trt de slow and a weak tendency to prices.
The bulk of th 1b nib -today moved at
t9.eK4iH.78. with five rsrs of Mexicans
making a top of 29.66, Th gsneral qual
ity was better than In some time, with
light and hendyweight predominating,
there being few heavy lamba on nale.
Buyer discriminated little, If any, against
the heavyweights, and th clearance was
It has been another a1 Isf sctory week
for the sheep trader. While th receipts
have been liberal, amounting to as many
aa 81.7Ho head, price on lambs have ad
vanced 2Mi-40r alnce the close of laat
e-eek. Yearling have shown about the
ssm Improvement. Ewe and wethers
are around a quarter higher than a week
ago. The tops lor the week hav been
$9 90 en lamba and 27.76 on ewe. Born
yearlings topped at 8A.76.
Quotation on sheep and lamb: Iambi,
Mexicans, 9 60r.90; lamb, fed weeteraa,
lotah 76; laniha, shearing, 86.liktM.ta 1
yearling. light, 2l.7fwti),o0; yearlings,
liravy, 88.5ftTrK.75; wethers, good to choice,
?7..4i00; wethers, fair to good, t7.50jf7.76;
ewes, good to choice, 27 60tj7.76; twee, fair
to good, 87 25i9'7 60.
Representative sales; '
No. . Av. Pr.
1041 Colorado lamlw 81 48
81 culls M 8 60
709 fed lamba 77 60
81 on I la M 8 26
culls 8 26
199 Colorado lamb 7 45
90 fed yearling 8 76
40 fed wothcra lot) 8 26
4 fed ewes 92 7 76
191 fed Ismhs Tf S6
6 fel lambs 71 76
4 fed Ismhs 7 ' 9 Mi
l:4 fed lamb 8 M
4 fed lamb 8A 7R
Ml fd lamhg , 04 t 75
t0 fed lamb 72 76
8rl fed lamb 4 87 t D
K.I Mexican lamba 71 t 7
I fed lambs ... 78 t TS
CIIICA4JO IilVR . STOCK MARKET
Cattle r lrnaHega dtroatr ta lllgker
9 bees) gtroasT.
CHICACO. March II -CATTU0-R-oeipla,
1,000 head; markt firm; native
stnera, t.7rW 75: western. t500ji7.36: cow
nd heifer. 8A8nG7.6: calvea IS.6iHtno.nt.
HOOS Receipts. lfl.Ono head; market
strong. 10c hlirher; bulk of sale, fit
.M: light. 2tv5.--JI 45; mixed. 8ft'in7H:
beavey, ft.Ki; rough, 24.2ni4l,4A; nig, 26 60
14HKKP AND LAMBft-Reoelnls, S.1W)
head; market (mng: sheep. t7.lo4A.lt;
yearlings, I7.864.16; lambs, 77Kf10o6.
Kansaa City Lire Mock: Market.
KANSAS CITY. March U-OATTMC
Recelpta, 1,000 head; market weak; prime
fed steers, 14.2Mi8.iW; dressed beef steers,
I7.004i00: western steer, t4804i.yi; atock
ens and feeder. 8o.O0fl7.S6; bulla, 6.601i4.75;
Hi M 18 Receipt. T.709 head: market
rteady: bulk of sarns. A864.96; hvv,
84 8M .95H: packera and butchers. tVOSfg
6.96; llsht. 8tl.Marr7.gO; pla. A50ifr4l SO.
HHEEP AND LAMBS Rocelpt. t.600
head; market higher; lamb,
yearllnv. 88r.iS9.00; wethar. i7.26ii.0Q;
. Loal Lire Rtoek Market.
PT. LOinH., March 11 CATTTIC Re
ceipts. 700 heed: market steady; natlvo
beef steers. 87.O0We.0O: row) and heifers.
5.50fl 5; southern steers. tS.36(S7.76; cows
and netters. stooruv.w; nauve-caivea, iti.w
IIOOS Rscelnta 8.S00 head: markst
lower; plga and lights, tH.dnnU tS; mlxnt
and butcher, tfi.tCNU'7.20; good heavy, 20. IK)
SHEEP AND UAstBf Receipts, 2,stio
head: narket steady; native mutton.
8ri.764rg.0o; lamb. 8IMXKS10.Q0; yearllntr,
eSoOl.SO. . ....
Rlong City- Lite Bteek Market.
!IOUX CTTYi la.. March 11 CATTLE
Receipts. 1,000 head; nisrket steady; na
tive steers. IX KfxiiT.io; butcher. V..fT.TO:
canner. t4.00i!l'6.iO; stockers and feeders,
tf.6tr.H0; bulls, stags, etc, t4.BOiff4.75.
HOOS Receipts, 9,000 head: market Ro
lower; heavy. 4.70ihi.0: mixed. tf..70-i2; 76:
light, t! 64li70: bulk of sale. 84.70fl4.7B.
HK1P AND LAM US Receipts. JIM
t. Joseph Mt gtoek Market
BT. JOHEPH. March 12. CATTLE Re
ceipt. 400 head: market steady! steer.
87.oorn8.60. cows and heifer. M.2&08.25;
calves, $7.0TZr9 60.
HOUfl Receipts, a,2fl head: market
glow: ton, t .90; bulk of sale. I.0fj4,
SHEEP AND LAMBU Reeelpts, 1.600
head; market steady; lamb. tt.OOtjt'.W.
Lla Mtaek Is SIg-t.
Receipt of live stock at tha fir prin
cipal western markets.
. cattle. Moss, rnteep.
Kansa City l.oto 7.c.o Ihuo
Hloux City ...
.... 6,701) 81,000 22,200
gnADITRCErt TRAOta RBJVIBW
Peeliaat ef Dlsapaolatsaeat la VI-
Ible la Maaey Market.
NBW TORK. March ll-BradatreeC
tomorow will say:
Poor roads, unsettled weather, ar small
lot buying In larger line ar probably
ineponsime tor th reeling or aisappolnt
ment vlaibls In many market. These
features contrast with Increased opera
tions. In heavy manufacturlna. diminished
odleness, activity In shirk building, a alight
improvement in retail traae at om lew
center, some expanalon in mail order
Diistnes, excellent winter wheat crop con
ditions, beery Investment demand for
bonds, a slightly more cheerful stock mar
ket tone end betterment In collection.
Th tendency to buy often and In small
lots Indicate conservatism. There ar
aoma evidence of bettorment In demand
for lumber; textile mill are taking raw
cotton mort freely: silk factories In some
centers sre. working full time; artimunl.
tion concerns are rushed; at th leading
canter automobile manufacturers ara do
ing better than wss expected. On th
other hand coal mining I retarded; short
time In anl.hrurlte region la th rule and
building Is Improved. '
Bank clearings for th week aggregated
t2.6tii,772,0MO. a lot of 19 per cent from
last week and 11.0 from the corresponding
week last y.ar.
Business failures for the week num
ber atj a compared with 27 In th Ilk
aeek lagt year.
New York Money Market.
NKW TORK, March 11 -MERCANTILE
PAPKR 8 per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Enay; tO-day
Ml la. 14 7X76; for cables, HO-jo, for da
ms nd. M UI6.
WlLVKK-Bar. HHo; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Ooyemment, beavy raUrdad.
Irregular. 4 4
MONET Tim loan, steady; day.
t per cent; ft) days, tjA per cent; six
months, J' per cent Csl! money, steady;
his heat. 2 per ceut; lowest. ) per cent;
ruling rste, ter cent; last loans, t per
csnt. cloeltig bid. 1 per cent; offered at
t par cent.
I,aolos llork Markel.
IXNDON. March 12 Amnrlcaa securi
ties on the stock market today attracted
more attention. Kris, Missouri, Kansas
ft Texas and Canadian Paclflo were the
most frequently marked. Th latter eased
off In the late trading, but the rest of
the list closed firm.
H1LVER Bar, 24 t-ld per ounce.
1IONKI-1 per cant.
DISOOl'NT RATES Bbort bill. IStr
1 per cenU three month' bill, ltfi
Evaporated ftres mm Drletl Px-alt
NBW TORK. March 11 EVAPORTED
IR1ED FKITITS-Prunes, steady. Apri
cots and peaches, quiet. Raisin, dull.
MRS. W, B. WOODWARD HEADS
P. E. 0. SISTEBHOOD CHAPTER
Mrs. W. B. , Woodward waa leoted
preeldeat of Chapter E Jf th P. E. O.
sisterhood, Thursday afternoon, - to suc
ceed Mr. Thomas H. Matter. . Mr. S.
K. George Is the new vloe presWsnt; Mrs.
O. W. Trlbble, recording secretary; Mix
France Chandler, corresponding secre
tary; Mr. Reta JolinaMn, treasurer; Mrs.
H. Agor, chaplain; Mrs. W. A. bhiop
hlre, guaid. and Mrs. Zella Bryan,
lournalut. The meeting ass held at the
home of Mrs. Agor. following the regular
fortnightly luncheon ot the club.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Diiplsyt Lett Resistance to Selling
rretture at Day'i Sei
ion. FOREIGN EXCHANGE VARIABLE
NEW YORK, March 12. -Th market
for securities displayed less resistance to
selling pressure today, some of the specu
lative favorites declining over a point
on moderate offerings. Heaviness waa
most pronounced in the afternoon, the
motor share yielding practically all tho
ground gained during the- morning ses
sion. Obvious manipulation In this clns.o,
of stocks has provoked considerable criti
cism reoently, although It la recomliel
that the motor Induau-r haa profited to
an unwonted degree by reason of thej
Oenernl tinsettlement Uncovered In.thej
final deevllnga when It became known
that the director of the Southern rail
way had declined to peas the dividend
on the preferred stock, vMch broke five)
point to 46, two point above ts mini
mum. At th same time announcement
waa made of the suspension of th divi
dend on Hloes HhefHHd Iron preferred,
That company reoently Issued Its snnusl
report shnwinff a very large tmptarmenC
In nolnt of fact, today market wai
left largely to Ita own devices, actual
leadership still being lacking. Tha short
Interest haa made several efforts to capi
talise new development in K.urope, and
Mexico, and the constructive faction haa
hld aloof, pending a more favorable
turn In the general situation.
Foreign exchange wm again variable, .
the features being Italian Urea, whlc.tt
were almut twenty-five point undr rate
quoted a week ago. Th break In Urea
waa assumed to represent ome4hlng mora
Important than mere buying of aupplle,
rumor persisting In the belief tnat a.
large loan to Italian interest Is Im.
Bankl clearing confirm recent advices
01 a halt In trde at leading centers,
the decrease In New York being almost
HO- per cent comtred with the previous
week, Incal bank appear to have gained
some cash on the wenky movement. Tlmai
money wag freely quoted at recent loar
ravVa anil commercial paper waa on flt
prlty with long-tlfe maturities. .
Total sales of stocki amounted tot
Investment bond were Irregular wlllg'
more ateadlrreas In some of the cheaper
Issues. Total sale par value. wr
Panama coupon ts were 4 per eenl
lower on call.
Number of sale and leading quotation
on stock today were:
. galea Hlltl. Low. Cloaa.
Akaslns Ool4 4.4m r:4 tt4 liv
emoiaoaoii iwper M.. s.iw -lu. 41
Anierkao Moot Suar. .... 4,"0 4
Amortron rs 7m' l.'S mi
An.arlras H. a R t.100 44k 41,
A marl ran g. a R. Bf4. .,.... ..... ....
Am. Huaar Roflntns..... to lit1 101
Amorlma Tat. To! tv4 1X114 IM
Anaronda Mining ,.
Palllinor ft OtH
Beonkiyn Hanld Transit.,
illnrnl Fotmloum ....
t ttvtral 1 jeather
t'hifwiso uroat M'ootera.,
H'hlcaso. M. A H. P...
a. lew itnw ii4 imu
. kis 4.114 siu
rhlnaao ft N. W
Otlnrado Kutl ft lens.,
t'eloraifci ft Hou Horn .... , .....
iMmTor m tttto Uranrte..... 49
lenTr A H. G. fd , .....
tlreat Northara rM
Umt No. tiro etta.
IntaTBoroiish Dot. sM....
4.704 it, U2S
14 t.iv J
kanaaa 1lr gotiUiern
Iahlah Vallay KlO liiw U4U,
lMilavlllo a Nashville .....
Maaleaa rxatmtaaia ...... 2. Wl
Miami Copper too
Mlaeotirl, K. A T. ....... I.to)
Mkwoerl Paalfte 1,40
104 i . 14U. u4
M M . M kJii, '
1.401 lti ' HV4 414,
to 10.14 lniu.
n 1H II ,1104
ttii lutvt. lis! isiii2i
4nt lKut iana ttovt
40 .! 17 17
24.10 lit4 )US4 1M'4
Koraila Cowoar ..........
New York I antral
N Y-. N. H, A H
Norfolk ft Waatera
raririo Mall ,
Pool no Tol. ft Toi
Pullman raises 4?ir......
Bar (.'oa. 4aaor
nfouoiic 1 row 41 meei...
Honk laland To
'Rock island V. BM....
Bt. r. ft g. r. 14 pt4...
Southern KaJlomy , ,
I.iiu l.o't un-., liss.
l'nit4 Htataa ftteol..
11, OKI 444 44 444
1'. 14. Mtasl B44.. , 4 Jiuv; I'M 44. IMV
-'ian ,. i.pu i,x pi
weoiern union 1.hi 44
Weailnt-Knuao BlectrlO ., 700 4
Total saMs for ths day, Xil.40 tliara. '
Numbers Can Crush
Teutons' Says Briton
I3NDON. March Jt.-Tha afflcial mili
tary observer at tho British headquarter
In th field say ta ft report given out
her today that there. 1 no truth in
statements that the German rank In tho
west hav been depleted generally - and!
to a marked extent.
"Th pluln truth 1 that although tha
entmy'a effectiveness in tha west Is
much reduced and our Increased, h UU
Is holding; an enormoua extent of front,
a well a carrying; out operation on
hug acakj In tha east," tha report says.
"No algng of weakening; are yet visible It
th moral of th German troop aa a,
whole. There g a yst no reason why
an Intensely brave, determined and well
organised army like that ot tha German)
hould feel discouraged.
"It I Impossible to say that lther tha
German poopl or th army hav yet
definitely lost confidence In their ultW
mat) gucoeg. Thla eonfldeno win bo
only overthrown and tha morale .of th
troop will be shaken by tha conscious-,
nesa of crushing dofeat In the field; but
this end can only be attained by vcr-
Inoreasing pressure of vast number of
men ana guns throughout th coming
"The kaiser can choose at will a Run
lan, Belgian or French tows wheretn to
make a, triumphant appearance in thej
presence of hi troop. Thy are flghtingi
In th enemy' country, ruined and de
vastated by tha passage of their annle.
Wilson is in Charge
Of Negotiations Now;
WASHINGTON, March 11. -Announces
ment wa mad at th White lioin to
day because of th pressing character ot 1
th Mexican and other International que
tlon President Wilson will e no caller
other than government officer for the
nxt three) week a Th president want
to take personal charge of the negotia
tion over neutral shipping and with tha
Th sinking of the Fry on the ground
that it wheat wa destined for a hostile
port wag understood to be considered aa
having an important bearing on the sj. '
Joct of oontrablnd.
Why Bonds Art Safe Investments
Th Harris Trust, gad Savings Sank of
Chicago hss issued a booaWt entitled
"VVhy Bond Are bafe Investment. " in
tntded ior til use of iraonn Pwnning
to invent in bond for t!i first time, it s
sim is to explain In simple terms tlic ij,,. .
poses and ues of various cUcc h .it Kn :
us sal Investments for in1i 1 luu.s mi
well as iliallt vitluna. Copies liia bu haU
free on muesv.
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