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THE 11KK: OMAHA. TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1915.
PAHM R4 V4 H I. 4D FOR I.K
ron. sale aires of land, t miles
from Rupert. Idaho: all under Irriga
tion. 74 acres slfnlfa, bearing orchard of
44) trees, no swamp or aour land. Key
further particulars wHIa the owner, J.
A. Hrlgss. North Powder, Pro.
BARGAIN 840-acre dairy farm, naar 6a
llna, Kan.; writ for full description and
tlat of MM K an na a farma for aala in central
Kanaaa. V. E. Nlquette, Ha Una. Kan.
BARGAIN 240-acre farm 20 miles from
Minneapolis; 140 acres under cultivation,
O acres good meadow, SO acres timbered
pasture; can prnctlcally all be cultivated;
rood corn land: farm Is fenced: 10-room
' oov.ee, barn, granary, mach na abed, wind
mill, etc.; 12 head good milk cows. 4 good
horses, harnesses, wsgons, complete net
of machinery, hogs, chickens and every,
thin on the farm goes at 84R per acre:
M),W cash, balance can stand for 10 years
it 8 per cent. Schwab Bros., 1"28 i'ly
ainuth Bldg., Mlnneapolla, Minn.
BIGOBKT land sale of the year now on,
l0 forty-acre farms $480 each. Good land.
Well settled locality. Clone to railroad.
(12 per acre Is half actual value. Great
est bargains in Mouth Missouri at sensa
tional prices. Write todny for free liter
's ture. I. Merrisrn, Kills & Benton,
Kansas City, Kansas.
YOU iMJNT NKKD TO
BH AN KXI'ERIENCKLt FARMER
to farm one of our farm" In the great
Judith basin, Montanu. We can show
you how to (arm for profit and pleasure.
Bargain now for the NEW SOIL 1H0 or
8J0 acres nearly all seeded to winter
wheat that promises 50 bushels per acre.
Can you pay 84,600 down and $2,600 within
it months and pay balance In 7 yearly
payments? price $45 to $70 an acre. Free
maps and facts for the asking.
WM. H. BROWN CO.,
I N. 1jSall? St.. Chicago. III.
FOR SALE Best large 'body hlKh-grade
medium-priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
bach, Neb. a
J4AVE buyer for 40-a. farm near town, E.
Neb.; alxo want listing of quarter sec
tions and eighties, (.Carlson & Wallln, 3U4
40 TO 820 ACRK tracts, rich black loam,
I to 8 miles from new railroad, $: to
$40 per acre; ti cash; balance 20 years;
will grow over 60 bushels " corn to the
ai re and big returns on forage crops and
fruits; mild winter and delightful sum
mers, on account or the gulf breese;
Si.000 acres to select from. Agents wanted.
Spring Valley l.and Co., 818 Gunter Bldg.,
Han Antonio, Texas.
Best uuiry and general crop state la th
anion: settlers wanted. Lands for sale at
low prices on easy terras. Ask for book
let No. 34 on Wisconsin Central Land
Grant. Kxcellsnt lands for stock raising.
If interested in fruit lands ask for book,
let on Apple Orchards. Addles Laad and
Industrial Department, Boo Lid Railway,
Minneapolis. Minn. I
HOMESTEAD Homestead, 18,000 acres.
Just opened: SM acres to each applica
tion. Particulars, write at . once. V.
Lavalleur. Burns, Wyo.
REAL ESTATE FOR ItENT
Farm and Hunch Lands.
UNIMPROVED 4 and U-acra tract.
John N. Frenier. Douglas 664.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
flea In Nebraska. 208 kirandels Theater.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co..
a modern abstract office. SUi 8. 17th BU
I'houe Douglas 6487, .
REAL ESTATE LOANS
CITY and faim loans. 6. 5, o per cent.
J. BZ. Duroont 4 Co.. 418 State Bank.
WANT kliJ 'Jiiy loans r-eter 'irusi Co.
WANTa,D city loans and warrants. W.
1 arimra Smith At ja., 1830 Karuam.
$luu to $Ui,uM made promptly. i' p. W eed.
Wead Bldg., 18th ami r"arnam Bt.
UABVJN BROS fcSS&aK
4VEB us first for-farm loans In eastern
Nek. United States Trust Co., Omaha.
fit, CITY LOANS. C. Cr!berg.
v7 810-81 Brandels Theater Bldg.
CITY property. Laxito loans a specialty.
V.'. H Thomas, 4i State Bank Bidg.
MONEY, on Baaa tor city and utrra loana
11. W. hinder. Clur tNatl. Bank Bids-
OUJLHA homes. East Nebraska farma.
O KEfc.H REAL KSTATK CO.,
1018 Omaha Natl. Douglas 1711,
lOO to $10,000 made promptly. i D. Wead.
Wead Bldg., ItLti and " amain tits.
REAL E8T.TE WANTED
We are unable to supply the
demand - for 5 und G-rooin
houses in the Ifanscoru" or
Bcriris Park districts.
The Vogel Realty Agency,
. 1015-16 W. O. V. Bldg.
HAVE calls for vacant lots and col
lages. Carlson Wallln, 304 McCague
Bldg., Douglas 2483, evening, H. U3UU.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
FOH SALE Two acres near Krtig Park,
$ blocks to car. cement sidewalk from
car to land; city water; or will trade
for cottage. Address R. F. Ram, Coun
cil Blults, la.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
A UANJy COTTAGE
- 5 rooms, all strictly modern, elegantly
, furroaned. batli room, soutn front lot,
paved street, just a little mirth of Hcms
Turk; onlv $3.0u0, with psving all paid.
?t2 Brandels Theater Bids.
NEW HOI "LH YARD PARK MOM KTil.
New, stylish and up-to-date 8-room,
mi i in re house; frame and stucco, beamed
reilinKS, paiielieu ul. ouiK-in u.. -csxes,
sleeping porch: in fact, every fea
ture to be found in the finest homes at a
price less than the cost of the house
. I'AYNW INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Ware Block. Doug. 1781.
9-KOOM modern house, ,V6 N, Xh tt.,
tM. l'hone Bad 4!OK.
M77 KVANS i-r. ruod noine, oak finlao
throughout; easy terms. Web. &'.J.
RE.AL ESTATE SOUTH SDJE
F1KLD CLUB DJSmiCT
7 looms, all modern, hot water heat,
legaiit location, paved streets, east front
li.t. lose to scnool, first class neighbor
hood. Filce $:t.t; located on $th Ave.
i car Mason bt-
C. 0. CARIJ3ERG.
313 Brandels Theater Bldg.
ELMER WOOD TO START
FOR THE WEST THIS WEEK
Elmer 11. Wood, freight traffic manager
of the Union pacific, stricken with par
alysis several weeks ago. has sent word
to the headquarters that ha will be at
Is office, not to do any work, but to call
iipon his assistants and employes.
Mr. Wood's cvnditlcn has Improved very
acidly during the Isst two weeks and If
the Improvement continues, by the last
of the pit-sent week, he expects to be
Sl'le to start for southern California,
where will take a long vacation and
GpAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Cash Wheat Sitrmtioa Continue ia
Faror of Seller Despite Aotiri
tie. in Futures.
BULLS HOLD CORN MARKET UP
OMAHA, Idarch 14. 11&.
Importing countries continue to absorb
every pound of wheat available, arid It
matters not whether futures advance or
decline. The cash situation continues in
favor of the seller, while the buyer is
obliged to meet the views of the former.
Large quantities of wheat have been
sold to so out of the various markets of
the country, and this Is the case, espe
clslly with the markets on the lakes, and
which include those of the northwest, as
well as Chicago and Buffalo. It Is likely
that with the opening of navigation there
will be a rush of wheat from interior
elevators to points of distribution, ss a
srge part of the grain In the country
houses Is owned by exporters and others.
From the msnner in which the liv
In corn have been enabled to hold t..e
price, with conditions against them In
the matter of big supplies in the visible,
ss well as In Chicago stocks, and with no
demand to speak of for the casn srtlcle,
there Is a possibility of a change for the
better. During the latter days of last
week there were sotno withdrawals of
this grain from ChWsg.i houses, and as
the country is selling no corn to speak
of and as spring farm work will soon be
rushed there will be no time for farmers
to haul corn to the country railway sta
tions, and the consequence will be a
firmer tone and a possible higher .narket
Oats have kept up well in price because
of the extraordinary business on export
account. Foreigners have bought oats in
ail positions and they have continued to
meet the views of holders. Western ra
otipia last week were $.010,000 bu., com
pared with. 4.770.00U bu. for a like period
a year ago. Since August 1 these receipts
have hecn Su6.iyu.0i0 bu., compared with
166.00Mkiu bu. a year ago..
btocka of hog products are very large,
but in the face of this as a bear help
prices have worked a little higher. Supply
of manufactured pork Is burdensome,
stocks of lsrd snd ribs are fairly liberal,
but they seem to be in strong hands. The
cash situation In both meats and lard'
has Improved some during the week.
Omaha 8pot Alarket Wheat was un
changed; corn. !4c lower to o higher;
oats, unchanged to c higher.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour
equal to M2.0OO bushels; corn, 826,000 bush
els; oats, 156,000 bushels.
Liverpool close:- Wheat, not quoted;
Primary wheat receipts were 771,000
bushels and shipmerts 607,000 bushels,
spainst receipts of 768,000 bushels and
shipments of 307,000 bushels, last year.
Primary corn - receipts were .6!M,000
bushels and shipments 630,000 bushels,
against receipts of 1,127,000 bushels and
shipments of 669,000 bushels last year.
Primary oata receipts were. 1,020,000
bushels and shipment 1.1S7.0O) bushels,
against receipts of 1,000,000 bushels and
shipments of 7S7.O0O bushels last year.
wheat. Corn. Oats.
f-'t. Louis ....
Winnipeg : ...
These saies were rcparted today
Wheat: No. 2 hard winter. 1 car, $1.55:
i cars, $1.4; 1 car. $l.fi6. No. S hard
winter. 1 car, $1 65; oars. $1.66.- No; 4
hard winter. 1 car, $1.66; cer, $1.63; 1
csr (smutty). I1.62H; car (light), $1.50.
No. 3 spring, t car, $1.66. No. 1 durum, 4
car. $1.5u'4. No. i durum, V car, $1.40.
Sample. 1 car, $1.61; 1 car. $1.46H. Rye:
No. $, 2 cars, $1.15. No. S, 1 car, $1.14.
Corn: No. .1 white, I cars. 70e; No. 4
white, 1 car, .6S'4c. No. 6 white, 1 car,
70Vic. No. u white. 1 car. He. No. S
yellow, 1 car, 70Hc; A cars, 70o. No. 4
yellow, 2 cats, fftc. No. S mixed, 8 cars,
!H4c. No. 4 mixed, 4 cars, 6c;. S cars,
X4ic; 1 csr, We. No. 6 mlxd, 1 car (near
white), Rk Sample, car, 66c. Oats:
Standard. 1 car, 6c. N. 8 white, cars,
67c Somple, 1 car, V4c; 1 car,. 66c i g
cars. A4H-C. .. .
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat : No. t hard.
81.MVte4.Wtt: No. $ hard, $1.63WDl.Ss: No.
4 hard, $1.4Vfil 56; No. S spring, $1.5101.66:
No. 8 durum, $1.101.60; No. 8 durum,
$1.49rt.49tt. Corn: No. 1 white. 7K&W4c;
No. 2 white, 70MS71c; No. white, 70
TOfcc;. No. i whiter- Vif70ttc; No. 6
white, 6SVf,70ttc; No. wnlte, IliHgtfSttc ;
No. 1 yellow. 70H71e; No. S yellow, 70V
70V4c; No. 3 yellow, 70ir7OV4o; No. 4 yel
low, w,!c; iso. yellow. 6SVu8"4o:
No. $ yellow, Mi9e: No. 1 mixed,
iirio; ino. z mixed, evtv: No, l mixed.
69V4Vtc; No. 4 mixed. Rr&c; No. i
mixed. 6itti8Vc: No. mixed, arftttftc.
Oats: No. 2 white, WWiftVie; standard. 57H
vrwj-. i-o. o wnue, onigajc; o, Willie,
WV466V4e. Barley: Malting, 74s0c; No.
1 feed, flOtfrio. Rye: No. . $1.14V4,91.15;
No. a. $1.13Vt4J4.14.
CHICAGO GRAIW AND PROVISIONS
Feat a res of the Trading; ssd Closing;
. Price, am Board af Trad.
CHICAGO, March 15. Foreign buying
that was associated with threatened
hostilities between Italy and Austria
brouirht about a decided advance today
lnwhoat. The market closed nervous 24o
to aUc above Saturday night. Other gains
were corn Ho to 4c, oats. Vc to i&c,
and provisions. 2Vte to 17Vtc.
Kuropean orders to purchase wheat in
cluded not only cash and May deliveries,'
but also July and September, esnectnllv
July. The effect was to lessen somewhat
the gap In July as compared with Mav.
I'rgency of demand was in evidence from
the start and there were no downward
leacations of a lasting character. Much
attention was given to Liverpool advices
that stocks there were (decreasing fast
nnd that supplies arriving; were lens than
was actually required. Announcement
that telegraph and money order service
across the Austro-Italian frontier had
been suspended tended further to lift the
market. Throughout the day the bulls
of wheat were counting on a decrease of
about K.frO.Ono bushels In the domestlo
visible supply. Crop complaints from
the southwest had also , to some extent
a discouraging effect on the bear side.
Corn showed Independent strength.
Carh houses were buying futures, and
so also were country dealers. ITnfavorable
westher and the dwindling of receipts
had much to do with enlarging the de
mand. Speculative call was remarkably
active for July oats. Holders of Mav,
though, took pre r Its on a heavy scale,
and there was a letup of inquiry from
n.Hihling of lard and beacon exports
gave firmness of provisions. Btrength
of grain helped also to overcome the
influence of rather free selling that for
a while was Indulged In by allies of stock
Futures were quoted as follows:
Artlol! Open H!h. Low. Close,
I 21 ,
I 2i '
I 1 17'
I ft T A
14 io io
t hirago Cash Priies Wheat: No I
red. $l.fc'4i$i.fal: No. 8 hard, $1.6il .63,4.
Corn: No. 8 yellow, 7f.'n7Bc: No 4
white, 724ir.",c. Oats: No. S whit. 51UtT
iVc; stsndard. Si,e. Rye: No 8
$120. Barliv: 7 34J Timothv. non.ln.r
Clover, nominal. Pork: $17.65. Ird'
$lii.8ii. Kll: $11.250.75.
Bt TT Y. II btcudy ; creamery, SOfi&c
l!JCi-lIighcr; receipts. 17 864 cases; at
mark, rases included, ltrl7Vt: ordinary
firsts. Itf l'-c: firsts, ITHWttc.
Pt iTATOKS Hlsher; receipts, 36 csia;
Michisan snd Wisconsin, white. 32m)c.
r.ii i,im-Aiiv, nigner; springs. We:
I.lrersoel irala Market
I TVri) U T . l a, . . . . -
v i a. . ID. W tl IS AX POl
No. 2, Msnltoba. 13s 4V,d; No. 3 hard win
ter, is 2d.
CORN fipot, American mixed, new Tg
9' id: American mixed, old, Ss 3d; March
7s 4d- '
FLOr R Winter patents. 47s d.
HOI'S In London li lc n.ini f irw
64 r. " '
Kansas Itv (irala aa Pravlsloaa.
KANrtAB CITV. March 16. WHEAT
No. 2 hard. $l.:,r I bJ,; No. 2 red, $1.56;
May. $l.504; July. $1 IX: Hepteinher. $1 '
CORN No. 3 mined. 72'o; No. 3 white.
7c: No. I yellow, WnV; No. 8. 79ttc;
May. ".'V; July, 7Stj74:c; Pep tern her,
, OATP-No, 8 white, 4c; No. 8 mixed, 1
BUTTER Creamery. ?8c; firsts, 8c;
seconds, ?4c; packing, lTe.
K1GS Firsts. Kttc; seconds, IRVje.
IOCLTRY-lena. Iltt0l4c; roosters,
lOttc; turkeys, lie..
!IF.W YORK UESERAL MARKKT
Qaetatloae .f the Day Tsrleas
NEW TORK. Msrch 1.'. -FLOt"R-Flnner;
spring patents. $71.W7 5: winter
pstents. $6.7Mi700: winter strslshts, $.Wfr
6.7$; Karsss straights. $7.1'tjMV
WHKAT frot, sirona: No. 8 red. $1.71;
No. 3 hsrd, $1.78, sll rsll. c. '.I. f., track,
exrert: No. I northern. Duhith, t.wl ;
No. l northern. Manitoba. $l.b, c. I. f..
Buffalo, opening navigation. Futures,
strong: Mav. $l.tiS-V
. CORN Knot firm; No., t yellow, 85o,
c. i. i., io arrive.
OATS Spot, firm: standard, (fcfisstte;
No. 3 white, S6Vc; fancy clipped white,
HAT Dull: No. 1, $1 (I7t: No. 8, 1.00
l.OCtt: No. 8, 8of!5c; shipping, 804TR5C.
HOPS Quiet; state, common to choice.
hM4. lltk-; Pacific coast, 1S14, l.Ktflftc;
1913, Hftl lie.
HIDKK Quiet; Bogota. 81c; Central
LEATHF.R Firm; hemlock firsts. 32c;
PROVISIONS Pork, steady:, mess. $18.60
fsmllT, $?llm.50: short clears.
lft.a'W21.to. Beef steady: mess. $.O0ir28.O;
family. $?4(WiM0O. Iird, firm; middle
TALLOWmeady; city. 6Vie; country,
6VtWr: special, 7e.
BtTTTER fteady; receipts. 4.W8 tubs;
creamery extras, 98 score. 2ttc: cream
ery, higher scoring, SOfWOtto; creamery
firsts, 2Vfi 39c; seconds, 23ttiu25Vtc.
EOGS-Stesdy; receipts. 15.4M ases;
fresh gathered extras. 80(i!le: extra flrstb,
lS'te; firsts.. 18ttttl!e; seconds, lSfiUHc;
nearby hennery whites, fine to fancy,
24c: nearby hennery browns, Jot'fMle.
CHEESE Steady; receipts, 1.700 boxes:
state whole milk, held s peels Is, W&
17'4c: state whole milk, average fancy,
TOCLTRT Dressed, SUlet; western
chickens, roasting, froren. 17W21c: fresh
fowls, 14Wle; turkevs, 1.6 20c; live, utrong:
western chickens, litj'ISc; fowls, lSViJl"
OMAHA G3CERAI. X4BKBT.
BUTTER No. 1, trt. eartons. Be; No.
t, n-lb tubs, sec.
CHKFSK Imported Swiss, 84 o; Amer
lean bwlss, 86c: block Swiss, 22c; twins.
16c; daisies, lie; triplets. 17o; Young
Anvnicas, lc; blue label brick, 17Vtc; Hm
burifer, 8-3b.. 20c; 1-1 b., 80c; New Tork
white, 18c; imported French Roquefort,
POTATOES-Colorado Rural. 75e BU.J
Red River Ohloo, IWo bu.; Minnesota,
whites, 6uo bu. ,
FISH Trout Joe) large erapplea, Uo;
halibut, 14c: channel catfish, 14c.
5WKET POTATOKS-lvansas. 82.7S bbL
BEEF CUTS Ribs, No. 1, 1; No. 2,
13ttc; No. 3, ll',j,c. Loins. No. 1, HVtc;
No. 8. 15c; No. 8, 18V4c. Chucks. No. 1,
8c; No. 3. t4c; No. 3. 8c. Plates, No. 1,
He; No. 8, 7W; No. 3, c. Rounds, No. L
HVfro;- No. 8. lie; No. 3. 10Vc.
POULTRY Broilers, 14'c; spring chick
en, lie; hens, Sxiillc; cocks. 8c; duoks.
10c; geese, 8c; turkeys. 16c; pigeons, per
dos., 90c; ducks, full feathered, 10c; geese,
full feathered. 8c; squabs. No. 1, $1.60; No,
8. 60c. ... '
Market quotation furnished by Olllnskl
FRUITS Oranges: Per box, extra fancy
Alphabetical, all sizes, $2.75; extra fancy
hunktst, all sixes, $2.50; Red Ball, all
slses, $2.25. Lemons: Per box. fancy Bun
kist. 3 0, Z'Os, $4,000-1.50; choice Redj
Bali. $3.50. Grapefruit: Per box, 36a, 4tis,
(2.00; 64s and 80. $2.60: . 64s. $2.25.
Apples: Per box, extra fancy, Washing
ton White Winter Pearmalnes, $1.75;
tSpltzenburgs, $1.50; Hoovers, $1.36; Black
Ben Davie. $1.35; Black Twigs. $1.50; fancy
Black Twig, $1.3u; extra fancy I'tah Oanos,
$1.25; fancy Rome Beauties, $1.60; 6-box
lots, $1.40; Ben Davis, highly colored, per
bbl., $3.85: Ben Davis, commercial pack,
rer bbl., $3.00; Shield Wineeaps, per bbl.,
$1.00. Pears: Per box. Anjous. : Sheldon,
Jersey, Bosco, Easter, 82.26. Bananas per
bunch, -82.00ty2.26; per lb., 4c. Strawberries:
irriiVA'nT.ira Cauliflower, .whole
crate, $2.75 per crate. Cabbage: New
York Danish, te to.; Wisconsin, nuu.im
seed, ltte lb.; California, new 2tte lb. Cel-
ery jumoo, sue aoa., n-iau iivu, a.w
dox'.; leaf lettu. 40c dos. Onions: Red,
8o lb.; yellow, 2c lb.i white, 2V4c lb; Span
ish, $1.76 Crate. inicnoae, i.ov una.,
endive 86c lb.; Brussels sprouts, 20o lb.:
peppers, 60 basket; tomatoes, 86.00 crate:
iarllc. Italian. 25e lb.; radishes, 60o
dos: turnips. 50c dos.; spinach, 60c. dos;
rarsley, 50c dox; beans, $4.60 hamper.
Onion' sets, yellow and red, $1.60 bu.;
white. $1.75 bu. Potatoes: Colorado Rurals.
75o bu.: Red River Ohios, 85o bu.; Minne
sota whites, 60c bu. Sweet potatoes, $:.7o
PNUTS-No. 1 CalifDrala walnuts. 18o
per lb.: black walnuts, 8Vtc par ib.; fil
berts 16c per lb.; rcns, 12tto per lb.;
Brasils 12V Ter lb.: almonds, 20c per
lb.: 60'-os. figs, $2 per box: sugar wal
nut dates. $140 per box; Hallowel dates,
MISCELLANEOUS Shelled popcorn. 4e
per lb.; limes. $1.75 per box; crackerjack,
$3 60 per case; crackerjack, one-half case,
tl.'i'y. chekers, 83.60 per case: checkers,
one-half case. $175. Honey. 14 000 case.
ider. New York. 50 keg. CoooanuU.
13 60 V ack : 75c dos. Cranberries: Late
Howes, $r00 per bbl.; 82.50 per box Peanuts-
Raw. 7c lb.; ssck lots (Jumbo). 8c
; roasted. 8c; salted. 3160 can. Mush
rooms, 60c lb.
Minneapolis CJrala Market.
MlWKArOUS, March 15. WHKAT
sll.. rvJi v'iji . ii 1414: No. 1
hard 8157V4: No. 1 northern, $1.6il(& 1.66,
No. 2 northern. i.t'm T0.
first clears. $ 20; second clears, $4.S0. t
CORN No. 3 yellow, iwyiLlc. ,
OATS No- 8 white, 57V'.
St. Gralw Jariet.
ST. LOUIS. Marc 15.-WHEAT-N, 8
red $1.6U.67V; No. bmri, nominal;
May, 3t.&4V. July. 31Itt.
(X)fN-No. 2. 7i-; No. 2 white, nominal-
May. 76fec: July, 71.c.
OATS-No.Twttc; No. 8 white. He. ,
NEW YORK. March 15.-COFFEE-Futnres
opened at an advance of two to
three points and sold abowt three to four
points net higher .luring the morning on
noma further ecsttered covering and a
little ("emend from houses wttu foreign
connections The somewhat larger Interior
Santos, receipts seemed to promote some
realizing, however, snd rrices Inter eased
off closing at a net decline of one to
three points. Bales. 9,2"0 liars. March.
6i3c; April, 8.80c: Msy, 68So; June, 51c:
July, 44: August, 7.01c: September, 1.0t:
October, 7.14i November. 7.30c; December,
7.25o; January 7.80c; Frbnisry. 7.35o.
fpot. steadv; Rio No. T, 7c; Hanto No.
4. 9!4c. Cost snd freight offers were gen
erally firm and higher, ranging from
about $7.01107.40 for Hlo No. 7 and from
$IO.oOufl8. 50 for Santos No. 4. RJo ex
change wss 3 1-lud lower, and milrels
prloes were unchanged st Santos, but 75
rels higher at- Rio. - Clearances from
Braxll to the United States were 88.000
basil. , .
NEW YORK. March 15. METALS
Iead: Steady at $Xorn-4.00; Ixndon, 22 3s
d. Spelter: Not quoted: London. 44 10s.
- Tin. strong: five-ton lots. $4.6Vq&0.56;
twenty-five-ton lots, $4? 00 bid. Copper,
firm: electrolytic,' $14715 ; . casting,
$14.2j?rl4.tl2. Iron, sjtaady; -No. 1 north
ern. 3l4.MwM5.00: No. 8. $14 114 75; No. 1
and No. I southern. tH.ia 14 75.
At London spot copper, ns; futures
. 10s. Spot tin. JlIX); futures, 65 10s.
ST. I5UIH. March 15 M ETA I A Lead :
Quiet at $3.87Vytf3.0. Spelter: Nominal at
NEW YORK, March 15 SUGAR -Fu
tures were steady on scattered covering
H- commission nouses and a little buy
ns by trade interest prompted by the
continued firmness of the soot market.
snd at midday were 14,4 points net higher.
Haw. firm: centrifugal. 4 : molasses.
4.1-c; sales. 20,000 bags; refined, steady;
cut loaf. .(: crushed. .7oe: mould A.
( cubes. 8.15c; XX XT powdered. 4 06e;
powdered, sc: fine granulated, 6.Kue: dia
mond A. 6 90c; coulectloners' A, 8.8;
No. 1, 6.85c.
Dry Gaads Market.
NEW YOliK. March 15. DRY GOObS-
Cotton so.iJh were steady tdsy. Tarns
were oulet. f ies goods and k'sit goods
re in heti, dci iin.l for runoii. Haw
silk an fiiinr aiul higher. Joblers were
siuve in asm goods and white goods.'
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Fricei on All Kindt of Live Stock
Shaplj Lower Heary Keoeipta
Oire Bujrert a Chaace.
CATTLE K0 EXCEPTION TO EULE
SOUTH OMAHA. March l.". 1818.
Cattle, llotn. Sheep
Fstlmate Monday ,.,..10.vio 15.o0 1
Same dsy last week.... J. HI 8 2A1 3.4ST
Same 3 weeks sso 1.241 8.M4 5.23
Ssm 8 weeks ago 1.145 7.4 1H.2
SHm 4 week ago 4.128 13.2 14.9J
Same day last year 4..U 7.838 17.374
The following table shews the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the Houth
Omsha live stock market for the year to
date as compared with last yesr:
1S16. 1914, Inc.
Cattle KMOdl 1R7.MT 1A.1S4
Hogs ; 733,840 10.6vi 2.'..14
Sheep 68X.049 6A210 Sl.sVta
The following table shews the average
price for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few davs. with
115. 1!14. !1S. Ilt3.lll. I1SI0. l.
8 421 8 06
8 84 8 18
C 111 84
4 SW 4
8 60 8 04
8..I $ cm 8 84 8 80
4..I i Si 8 80) 8 841 $ 81!
ft.. I 8 fjl 8 IK 8 8tl
.. I sTjfcl 3 801 $ 87 87
T.J s J $ 29 8 47 81
1 71 8 0 8
M a r.
(TM 3 361 8 87 8 87 88
8 29 IS 47 81 1 $ 88
8 84! 8 63 $ 84 8 74
67a 8 85. I $ Ml 4 S
(UV4I 8 83 18 S? 14
8 6i I a 34 a as 4nl emit 27
Mar. 12.1 a 8 8 M 4 41 10 37
Mar. 131 73V 8 80 8 69l 8 81 8 83
Msr. 14.1 1 a Ml I s:l t M 10 .4
Mar. 18. 8 8 S7 8 89 8 8!18 43 8 40
Receipts and mspoartmn of ttva stock at
th Union Block Tarda South Omaha, for
tha twenty-four hours ending at I o'clock
RECEIPTS CARLO AD f.
Cattle.Hogs. cheap, rim.
C, M. & St P 18
7 V 1
Missouri Pacific 5
Union Pacific 87
C. N. W., east.... So
C. A N. W.. west...!''"
C, St. P.. M. O.. 34
C, B. ti Q, east.... 3
C. R. O., west... 107
C.r R. I. V., east. 12
C. It. I. V., west. ..
Illinois Central 18
Chicago Ot. West... 8
.. Total receipts ...CiS
DISPOSITION HBA D.
cattle, nogs, nneep.
Swift ft Co.-
Oudahy Packing Co.
Armour A Co
Sch warts Co......
.. 763 a, 8,"
.. 1 4.M
.. 8D9 4.336
., .. L
J. W. Murphy.... 1.718
Lincoln Packing Co $
Armour, H. Ht. Paul 225
W. B. Vanrant Co 46
Benton, Vansant L... W ,
F. B. Lewis VSi
Huston Co Hit
J. B. Root & Co 1
J. H. Bulla : 23 .....
L F. Hulx 115
Rosenstock, Bros 141
Kellngg tli .....
Werthelmer t Degan.. 3M
H. F. Hamilton..
Mo. Kan. Calf Co....
Baker. Jones 4L Smith..
Tanner Brrs .
CATTLE Receipts of rattle thl morn
ing numbered 423 cars, the largest run of
any day since October IB, when 27 cars
were reported In. At that time range
cattle as well as fed cattle were coming
forward, Most other markets were fairly
well supplied so that conditions were
favorable for a lower tjmga of prices.
Buyers were not at sll slow about making
the most of the situation and they started
out bidding sharply lower on all kinds.
Early bids were anywhere from 10ii20e
lower and In some oases more than that.
Thl was true of all kinds of rattle, feed
ers as well as killers. Sellers were nat
urally low about taking off and th
morning waa well advanced before very
much business had been transacted.
When buyer and solera finally got to.
get her on a trading basis prloes were
generally lOtfloo lower then last week.
Some cattle, as a matter ot course, may
not have shown quite that much decline,
but t le re were other that showed still
mors. While the trad wsa at no time
active a considerable proportion of the
receipts changed hands In fair season.
Quotations on cattle; Good to choice
beeves, $7ir.40; f,r to good cornfed
beeves. $7.ani'7.0: common to fair ven
ted beeves $.6OW7.80; good to eholceelf
ers, $6.26iy7 00; rood to choice cows, $5.80fl)
8.60; fair to good cows. $5.00(66.76: com
mon to-fa!r cows. 34 Wej AO; good to choice
stocxers ana teeders, 7.ir7.8t): fslr to
good stocker and feeders. 88.76a7.30;
common to fair Blockers snd feeders. 85 78
06.76: stock heifers, $.V76ift.7$: stock cows,
$5.0ir41.H- stock) calves, $6.&0i8.xV veal
calves, $7.Oa.l0.60; bulls, stags, etc., $4.73
Representative salas: ,
Ns. A'. r. No. A. Pr.
3 75 IN tl llt TM
8 MO T I 30 117 T H
... UU 7 14 , . i
HTKKRS AND IIKJFERH
8 747 I 74 I SI it)
1 7M ( on i; mi' on
3 KMO. 4 40 4 ,....1004 I Is
1 HI ill , T
t ion 4 74
AND FEEDER". '
II Ml T to
4 7M 7
. 4H U t
4 1014 1 IS
M 4hS 4 lb
31.; 1U' 4 71
JIOOS Receipts this mrtrnln were est I.
mated st 218 esrs or lfi.uiO hesd. This is
the lalliMSt Motldav run in the history nf
tha yarda Today supply l almost twiue
as larse as Inst week and a vear nn
In the fsce of the large run arid rather
discouraging advices from most other
points, shippers went out esrly and
bought few hogs at price that were
pretty close to ateady, paying as high as
$;.S0. Packers, however, took advantage
of the situation and made their early of
fers n a fully 10e lower basis, 84( be
Ing the popuUr bid.. Sellers were ssklng
generally steady money, and a killers
showed no inclination to better their
early figures nothing wsa dona until
late hour In the forenoon.
When the bulk of the hogs finally
aisrted to more it was at prloes that were
a big IWijlOc lower than Saturday av
erage. After the trade got under way
things became a little more lively and
prices got a little better at one time, bet
at th extreme close weakened ff again,
and the general market was quoted a
iully frtrlOe lower. As soon a shippers
snd speculator got wind of the way
things wsre going they, too, started offer
Ing lower prices, and although they were
unable to do anything for a while they
finally bought some good hogs around
$6.70 that were fully a nickel and In most
ilistances 6aMc lower.
Bulk of the offerings moved at $8. Soft
$ STVs, with a irlnkllng st $8.70, and a
few scattering loads that were sold rest
17 "'a Tn longest string
sold at $6.66.
Ma a, an. pv. . Na S Sk r
8 -te 4 . ."aJr
M a $a t.. ; I"
f 1 4 Si. J4. .....I.f : 4 14
SHEEP Liberal rtelpt featured the
sheep market ti.is morning, mere being,
ail told some lH,o head reported in ss
sgalnst 8.764 a week ago and 17,374 on the
corresponding day a year ago. With the
exception) of a deck of wa mwa .t.
' yearllnB th receipts consisted entirely
in iiia aunerai quality was
With discouraging advices from outside
point and liberal receipt at th local
yards the trade opened slew and weak
on lambs. tl only business on lambs of
consequence during the early hours con
sisting of two cars that sold on aninnina.
scoount st 8S.80. As noted sbovs mutton
ot tarings were scan s and Prices were
steady, i The three deck of yearlings sold
shout the middie of tt forenoon at 8s 76
Toward tie noon hour th bulk of th
lambs began to move to the packer buy
ers at a Iikii decline. Trade continued
.1,, w on that basis.
Quotations on sheep and Iamb: Lamb.
Mexicans, $.44M,75; lambs, fed westerns,
$ tsirit : iHinlis. shearirig. IS ions ):
arllo. light. 41.ia.o. ' yearlinaa.
.eavy. W MIJI.il; wethers, good to cboica.
IT. 75100: wethers, fair io good. 87&HJT.7J;
ewes, good to choice, $7.,V1.7S; ewes, fair
to gooo, ; so.
No. . Av. Pi.
1 fed Urn be 7 $ 40
CIIICAfiO I.IVK STOCK MARKET
Cattle Unsettled Has troi
Higher Sheea Firs.
CHICAOO. Msrch 1ft. VATTLF Re
ceipts. 140 head; market unsettled; na
tive steers. $".niri.7V; western. 8VOtf 7.4";
cows and heifera 8-1.Sftr7h0: calves. 8-i..'ii
HOS Receipts. 87,iO0 head; msrW
strong, 5s higher: hulk of ssles. H.5
.82t; light. $s.70fl K; mixed, MIMA;
l,eay, K46.86; rough. $".40i 65: pigs.
SHi;KP AND IAM PS Receipt, l.(Hy)'
neso; marset nrm; sheep,
rllngs. 8KK., Iambs, 87.7r-V10.iO.
Kansas City Live gteek Market.
KANSAS C1TT. March I8.-'ATTLF--Recelpls,
I2.0(X hesd; msrket lowerr prime
fed iteeis, $SI.0; dressed beef steers,
$7 OTWS.flO, western steers. H.7rlS.0il
stofkers and feeders. $H OOiJf'J.sS; bulls,
tt$Mr.50; caU-es. $6.00filo.5ti.
IKHJS-Hecilpu. 20,000 head: market
lower; hulk of sales 88.7.VWO.W: heavy,
88 antftfl ft ; psekers and butchers, 8M.75V
6.W; light. tf..Wn. Pigs, $2.'6.7S.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 8.J0J
hesd; market lower; lambs, $9 25i'8.o:
yearlings. $x 00itf8.l0; wethers, $7.WuS0.1;
t. Loala . Stwrk Market.
ST. IX5U1S. March 15. CATTLK Re
ceipts, 4.000 head; market lower; native
beef steers, 87.OW4.86; cow and belters,
86.fcfi.25: southern teers, 85.8U7.7::
coaw and heifers. $4.00jJ.vfl; native
calves, $6 0n4y78.
IKKS Receipt, 14.300 head; msrket
lower; pigs and lights, S4.0nr7.16: mixed
nd butchers, 88,867.10; good heavy, 86.90
SHEKIP AND IAMR Receipts, ?,flo0
head: market lower; native muttons. 86 75
tix.OO; lambs, $.0tVu 10.00; yearlings, 87.5018
6.90; sheared yearlings, Ss.eotn.OO.
Bloax City Live stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia March 15 CATTLE
Receipts. 5,000 hesd; market l04H.c lower;
nstlve steers. 8L5ivfr7.S0: butchers, 86.00(h
8 50; cows and heifers, $4. 36: esnners,
$.1.700: siockers and feednrs, MOWrrr.OO;
calve. 36.0004). 00; bulls, ataga, etc., $4.75
HOOS-Receipts, . head: market MH
10c lower; heavy 86-45i.70: mixed, 8665;
light, $ O0.,; bulk of sales. $ti.10i 70.
KHEKP AND LA MBS Receipts, 2.0u0
head; market aleady; lambs, $7.Wtr25.
84. Joseph Live Btaek Market
ST. JOSEPH. March 16,-OATTIJ--Re-celpts,
3,000 head; msrket dull: steers, 87.40
06O; cows and heifers, $3.0t3S.8e; calvea,
HOOS Receipts, .00 head; market
lower; top, $9.!; bulk of ssles, 86.80W1 H6.
SHEEP AND LAM R8 Receipts, 12,000
head; market alow; lamb, $3.00it.80.
Live "tork la tight.
Reeeplts from' the five western prln
clpal slock markets:
Csttle. Hogs. Sheep,
....14,000 STOirt 16.000
.... 5.0 OHO J.0O0
l.MW 15.0(10 14,000
,...1J.(X 20.(n 8.2O0
.... 4.000 l.3O0 ' 2.900
Ktaux City .,
St. Louis ....
..46.500 . 100.300 47100
Oil aas) Itosla.
NEW YORK, March I6.-ROHIN
Quiet; strained, common to good, $3.85.
TURPENTINE! Steady ; machln bar
SAVANNAH. Os., March 15 TURPEN
TINE Firm, 42c; sales. 590 bbla.; receipts,
63 bbla; shipments, 105 bbls.; stocks,
ROSIN Firm: sales, 6R bbls.: receipts,
80S bbls.; shipments, 400 bbls.; tocks,
112.706 bbls. quotations: a. B, $2Oht03;
El V:,l:- H. 83 05; I, 83.10; K. $3.26;
M. I3.96; N, 81.08; WO. 85.15; WW, 5 6"-
Evaporated Apale and Dries) Frails'
NEW YORK. March 16. BVA PO RATED
A.P2-V,Kfll;,,"i J"cy. 8V4;. choice,
if(i74c: prime. 744i7Vhc. .
DRIED FRUITS Prune, easy; Call-"
fornlas. 4,,blOV4e; Oi-egons, 8'aeioVtc.
Apricots, qulot: choice, myic; extra
eholc, IOloV4c; fenoy, Hmi2c. Peaches,
quiet; choice. (WS; extra choice. 6!e
6V,c; fancy, V4tic. Raisins, Inactive;
loose muscatels. 6U6V7Um rkii tn r.
seeded. 7V4M7"4c; s-edless, 8V4i'4c; Lon-
v,i ibjwi. fl.WH l.uu. , , t K . ....
NEW TORK, Msrch lV-COTTON-Spot
JJJdyj middling uplands, 60c; sale lM
.ott?P '"tJ"aa closed stesdy: March.
$.lc; May. 8 Wo; July. 8.14c; October, 8.43c
lecember, 8.60c. -The
cotton msrket closed barelv stesdy
LIV.RPOOL, March 15. ('OTTO N
Spot, steady; good middling. .48d;. mld-
?a!JF V ,14o; ,ow W'u'1. 4.T4d; sales.
7.0j0 bales ,
0. A. Dunham with
Live Stock National
Charle A. Dunham has 'accepted th
position of aaslfltant cashier or the South
Omsha Lira Stock National hank. J Is
a originally engaged with th Mer
chant National bank for alx years and
later officially connected with tha Pack
era National bank for seventeen years.
Mr. Dunhams many friends will wel
come him back to the business life of
South Omaha, where ha ha been so well
nd favorably known.
GO TO SEE DEMONSTRATION
OF HUPP MAIL EXCHANGE
To b present st a practical oemonstra
lion of the Hupp automatic mail ex
change, that will ba mad at Blooming-
ton. III., Tueaday, Clus, Bolton, W. T.
Graham. Dr. Vance, Sidney Swanson, W.
V. .Bennet, B, Balrd and a number of
other Omaha people, all Interested In the
device, left for that city last night.
In addition to the Omaha people who
will be present, there will be twenty
five from Des Moinea end large deleg.
Uona from Chlcsgo and other cities.
At th demonstration ' of tb mall
handling device at Bloomlngton tomor
row, th machanlam will be placed upon
one of the Alton's new steel mall cars.
Thl. car will b attached to a train and
will b operated at a speed of forty to
sixty mile per hour, tha purpose being
to fully demonstrate that In handling
mall, It will do all that the Inventors,
and promoters claim for It.
AT OMAHA THEOLOGICAL
A musical entertainment will be given
In tha chapel of the Omaha Theological
seminary thl evening by William W.
Pfauta, baritone; Mildred Stepp, soprano;
Daisy Hlgglns, piano, and JIasel Wilcox,
violin, with reading by Jessie Oh man.
During th week President A. U. Msr
shall expect to start east on an itinerary
la th lutercst of the seminary. Hi
visit will extend to cities In Ohio, Penn
sylvania and New York.
Th final examinations of tha ytar will
open In th near future and th gradua
tion exercise of the class of 1816 will be
held on the last Wednesdsy of April.
Rev. ilarry Rogers, D. D., pastor of th
la-rgeat Presbyterian church In Kansas
City, will be lh orator on that occasion.
MAKES ESCAPE WHEN LED
1 . FROM CELL TO BULL PEN
Andy Ooodfeilow of Cedar Rapids, as
rested by epeclsl Officer Finn for the
theft of merchandise valued at $4 from
the Brandels Htores, sneaked out of Jail
while beinc brought front th cell room
to th bull pen with the rest of th pris
oners. No trace of Andy hss so fsr bean
j Ucovied by tha authorities.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Extreme Apathy Mark Session of
Exchange, Dealings Being;
PRICE MOVEMENT IS NARROW
NEW YORK. March 16 Extreme
spathy characterised todsv's market es
sicn. desllngs being very light and the
price movement unusually narrow. In the
main, however, important shares reflerted
fiimness. holding frsctlanslly over Isst
week's close, Sieclaltlea were again ub
jected to pool manipulation, hut th utter
failure to enlist public Interest In these
issues wss followed by a moderate re
action. Tho several markets for foreign ex
change were comparatively dull. Re
mittances on London were Inclined to
harden until a large amount of commer
cial hills came Into the market. Private
ssles of Ihe new Herman war notea im
parted a firmer tendency to marks. Con
servative estimatea of the amount of
these taken by American Investors range
from $li.00.000 to $o,000.000.
Another gold engagement Of $2.6O0,CO'
from Canada wss reported and more of
the metal is expected from the same
source In the course of th week. Rumors
of additional loans to foreign interests.
Including Hvnxil, were current. B'rom
present Indications It Is altogether Im
prnbebte that our bankera will engags In
any .South American financing for some
time to come.
Record merchandise exports for th Isst
week, the largest In the history of this
port, surfsce Vttermcnt In the general
European situstlon and a lull In Mexican
affairs were helpful to the extent of
checking hesrlsh operstlons. Publication
of the British order designed to restrict
German commerce occe sinned some com
ment, because of Its possible effect on
this county's foreign trade.
There were further Infallible Indications
of a pause in western business, such as a
decline In tonnsge movements and a fall
ing off In purchases of general merchan
dise. Ranks In th west are unusually
strong In thslr reserve holdings and no
change from present essv rsles Is. ex
pected before the and of the first quarter
of the year,
London's : markets were active and
strong, the reported success of the Hrlt
ish troops In Franc contributing largely
towsrd the improvement. Americans also
manifested a firmer tendency abroad.
Total sales of stouka amountsd to 128,508
Rnnds were Irregular on more future
selling, chiefly of Central Pacific first
and Northern Pacific and Southern Pa
cific issues. Total sales, per value, ag
gregated $1,750,000. ' United Statea bonds
were unchanged on call.
Number ot sales and leading quotations
oa atocka today were:
. Bale, ttlfk. Law. Clots,
Aluk Ofild 14.4A0 M4 Sii M
Amalgamated Copper .... 4 44 (4H
An.frl. n HeM SussV S.S4 4nv 4flu 44t
Amsrlcsn 8 Jt ,
As.rlca g. A It. M...
Am Siisr Rsflnlni......
American Tel. Tsl....
Baltlnnr A. hk
MrmslrB Rapid Train!!.,
rwtifnrsls Pctfnleum ....
(snadkas rsrlrki ........
Chinas Oraal Wsstsra..
Cheats. M. A St. r
rMi a- n. w
Colorado Kwt tt Ires...
Colorado A goulhars....
PenrsT A Rio Grande...,
Danvar A it. O. pf
DIMIIIsfs' davurltlss ....
(treat Northarn ptd
Orest No. Ore ctrs
Inurboraush Mat. td ...
Kanaaa City gouttiara. ..
Lnulavllle a Nsahvill. , ,
Missouri. K a T
Missouri 1'arlfln .,
National III. cull
National Laad ..,
Navada Coppar ,,,,
Kw York Cenlral
N. T.. N. H. A H
Nor.olk at Wsatars
Pscitio Tel, A Tsl
rolls an lalar car
Har Cos. t oppar ,
PapuDllo Iron Btesl . ,
IMook lalasd f
Hork f aland Co. pld
t. L ft 4, r. 44 fd...
Soutoers Pacific -
t'nltad Htatea gtsal
P. Htael pfd
t'tak CoppM- ,
fed lef ;V4 wa
404 lMw lte
- too m H am.
ten eKa, . m .s
Wl l?a 47 :
l.snf it i4
m luoH Kt inv,
844 . l 14
400 1M(4 in
1.404 HUj B14
I, no ioH
Total aalas for the say,' 114,448 aliarss.
."w Vork Maaey Market,
NKW YORK, Msrch li.-PIUME MEIV
CANTILK PAhLK-3'4; per cent.'
HTKRLINd KXCHANQB Steady;
slxty-dsy bills $4.7K( for cable, $4.6;
for demand, $4.u5.
28"LVKUBar' 1HC: Mexlt; "Ollare,
HONDH Government, ateady; railroad,
TIME LOANg-Hixty days, per
cent; ninety dsy. 2j.3 . per rent; six
months, 3'Vv-aVi per cent.
CALL MONEY-Hteady; highest. J per
cent; lowest. 1 per cont; ruling rste,
J.?rrcnti ,Bt lo,n- ' 1""' Mnti, closing
Did. 1H per cont, offered at 8 per cent.
Closing quotations on bonus today war
V. 8. ret. It. rag
44 Mo. Po. y. to as
S N. T. C. w
101S4N. V. nty 4W. 1MU
14 N. T. Slats 4Wa....lwJ
do rfnipon t
tl. H. 4a. rag
U. g. 4a. rag.
do ooupoa ......
ranasia 4a coupon
An. Hmaltsis i.
.w . . N. II. at M
Hn,4 cr. -da
Ml No. raelfl 4..,...
a. T. a t. e, i w, o. u rsf. 4a
Armour A C. 4"t m Ps. T. A T Is
Atohlaos tn. 4k t4 afaan. oon. 4a.
Hal. A Ohio 4s 4a do ey 4a
rhas. a Okie 4.. 44 Raiding sn"is.
r. 4 4
C. B. Q. J, 4s.... MV$ari. I,, a a r.
C M A H P 4Ss .100 H. Pa,-. ri. 4
do v. Is lots d. raf. 4s
C. B. I. A P. t. 4. U do ev. 4a.. .
C. A H. raf 4fc.. MtiSo. Rsll... I....;
t). H. 41. r(. ta. 4T L-nlss Parlfl. i.
Krl n. aa.
41 '4 da cr 4a
1S V. H. Rubber 4s..
7 V. B. Mtaai i,
sr. Wahaah 1st la
4 aWaat. I'nlus i
t Waal Hao. er. 4s
Oaq. Kladrle 4s...
(It. No. sl 4US. .
III. can raf. 4a.
K. C. Ho. raf. 4.
I- A N. unl. 4a...
U K. A T. 1st 4a
Local Stock aas) Baaas.
(Jqotsttoss farnlihsd kv Bums. Brlsksr A Co.
44 On.shs Nailooal Bank kullom. Oroaka:
SI oca a oj,a ASk
Csilnaotsl Oss A Bias. B corn li ,r
uaara m v"- aia s
Pslrint t'raamarr 7 pfd loeu
Qrast Wastain Husr pfd lot
loaa-Wllas Biscuit 1st pfd J
J4M Htock h'al'l, SuU Omaha m
Dinahs C. klufri HI. Mr. pfd 74
Omaha A a. Hi off Ht. Kjr, cost..,1,.. 414
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noca7 P'-., wa. SOSUS re
Htate Bank el Omaha 1J4
Hiooa. Yards Pari, south Otnao
Sarin ivsipasr is
Union' Stack Yards, Omaha a
I'potk (Jraia wis M
Canllsantal Oai A Blso. la. 1HT (Nak I. 41
I.ar ia Nolaa. Ill ,
flallaa Scoool H. IWJ ...11
Husibol4t. Nab., raf. aa. 14 lt41,
Kanaas il. Mo , Hrkool 4. I4J ,7
Omaoa A Co. Wulla HI. (.,, 1134..., Mu
umaba Wstar 4la. ItHl Vii
Osal'S SVhuot 4a. a.
Rocky Uouotala s"sl u
bwlll A lampoon 4a, I44 aavi
Srl-t-it A I 4a. 144 I. JsJ
CoWaraiir rise. Nak.. 4Wa. 1411 JT
Wkhlis 4u-k Yard 4s, la. " M
w., L. H. A r . 14 Hsriass. I. p....
l.eaoloa Mlark Market
I.ONIK.I.N. March 16 American secur
ities on th stock inarkst today were
ciulet. Only a tew atoak were officially
marked during the day and th market
Wl.VKR Her, Wd per ounce.
MONKV-Viil per cent. IjiacAonr ..
Short tills. 2u-Sa por cent; 8 months, 2ap
3'4 per cent.
' Beak risarlaa. 1.
OMAHA. Msrch 18 Bank eloaalna.
Omaha today wer 8.8iU.4b.81 and (or th
vurrospunuina aay last ysar, 49.JOJ,4JI.ti.
RUsie ra I Dead. . '
CHICAOO. Msrch 13 Illshon .Ic-ch
Fox of th Catholic dloosse of Green
Hay. Wis., wbo at a local hospital re
cently underwent a serious niu.ra.ilno
died 1st yesterday, funeral servkies will
m oeio ia ursss Bay. where to body
win b taiiaa tomorrow.
ANTI-POLYGAMY BILL FAILS
Iowa Striate Refuses to Arret
Measure. Calling' for Constitu
SABBATH PENALTY STAYS SAME
1 From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, March 15. (Special Tel
egram.) The Iowa senate todsy refused
to sanction the joint resolution calling for
a convention to revise tho constitution
of the I'nlted "totes to put an aatl
potvgamy clause therein.
It la aald that the sanction of only on
more atste la needed to make thla amend
ment a certainty and It waa confidently
expected that Iowa would be the isst
state needed to 'cinch th matter, but 1
th senate refused. 19 to ti. to approve
The aenat also refused .to increase the
penalty for breaking the Sabbath, hut
amended the law aa to 1 bootlegging by
making It a misdemeanor, whereas no
penaity had been attached before..
The house today passed a bill requiring
that on all freight trains, cabooses be
attached with bunka for tha atockmen
who travel serosa tha atate.
Th sens t a committee on suppression
of Intemperance agreed today to report
out tomorrow, most of the dry hills, som
f them favorably and aome unfavorably.
Offer by Austria .
is Too Small to ;
ROME, March 14. (Via Farta. March
IS. The report current In Kama today
that Francis Joseph, emperor f Austria,
hss absolutely rejected the Idea of ' any
territorial conoesslona to Italy, ha been
given authoritative denial. . Tha alius
tlon In thla regsrd seems to h that th
little Austria la reluctantly disposed to
concede, bt so Inadequate' 'compared to
what Italy would accept that an Under
standing seems hopeless.
Premier Salandrla spoke briefly In th
Chamber of De put lea today on thla auh
Ject. Thla remark la Interpreted aa
meaning that the efforts to Indue Aus
tria to make concessions to Italy are
proceeding Under tha guide nee of Prince
Von Buelow, th German ambassador to
Alexander,' crown prtnc of Serbia, hss
arrived In Roma, where he . will be a
guest of King Victor Emmanel. He I
endeavoring to recover- from th ffct
of hi wound. It la the opinion of hi
doctor that th crown prince will not
ba able to reeume his military duties for
ssversl months. ,
Tba Chamber today approved, by 4T.4
votes against 84,' a bill for tha cenomlo
and military tjefens of th state. Thla
measure enforces heavy penslties against
Five Firemen Taken
from American Ship
New York at London
MNDOK, March U.-Flve firemen of
tha Amsrlcan Una steamer. New A'ork,
which arrived at Uverpool yesterday,
war taken from the steamer today
charged with me king fats declarations.
Th men Wer described aa . Austrian
and Germans and were aent to prison for
A sixth fireman, who insisted that he
waa an American, was remanded for fur.
In Case of Thaw
NEW TOKfC. March IS. Justice Psse
announced todsy that h would1 reservs
decision until tomorrow on th anntlcs
tlon of Harry K. Thaw that ha should b
returned to New Hsmpshlr. Mesntlme
n remanded Mr. Thaw te th Tomb In
the custody of tha shsrlff. desnlta aa
peal mad by Deputy Attorney Oenerat
Kennedy that Thaw be remanded to Mat
tea wan pending th outcome of ft he nw
Former Omahans Are '
Located in Florida
Ecersoa Uensdict, who has Just rs
tumd from a winter In Florida, ram
across a number of former Omaha people
who ar now residents thera it ns....
town h found the Ulrney brothers.
Charle Blrney, for a number of year
In th live atock commission business at
South Omaha la now mayor of th place,
a city of soma 8.000. Besides holding thla
me 01 1 ice, ne own an orsnge grove In
the country. Dr Ilnntta wh u
- C " HC1I Sb
resident of Omaha waa a manufacturer
of a ratarrh anuff. now conducting
th principal hotel In th town and I
doing a big business.
At Orlando Mr. benedict found C. H.
Walworth, for yeara in the horse ku.i.,.
In South Omaha. Mr. Walworth
owns a twenty-acre nrun .
and pecan orchard adjoining th town
and la apparently taking life esay. look
ing after his ranch and spending his
li lsui dm riding about the raiinlcH Is
an automobile. ,
Out for Bicycle
Here la an enterprising llttl girl who
md a fin atart In The Bee'e laat bl
cycle contest and has th pluck to try
OHAHA-To th Editoi1 of Th Bee
I wish to thank, thruush your paper the
tneny kind friends who saved the bicycle
pictures for me In the former rontfst
AJthoiiKh I did not win th bicycle I
am going to try my luck xgsln. I woiild
b ry glsd tf any pne would help me.
SEVEN COUPLES CAUGHT
IN THE DIVORCE MILL
Th rellowlng petition for divorc hav
been filed in district court: Jrannette C.
Williams sgalnst James R., nonsuppert
alleged ; Myrtle C. Green sgslnst Charlea
M., abandonment -alleged EHaabeth
Pavls against Lafayette, nonsupport al
leged: On a Wstklns against Orley, non
support alleged: Harold E. Klrby against
Erfla Belle, cruelty alleged; Jacob Ennea
axlnt Blanche, abandonment alleged.
Mrs. Issbella F. Rert hss heai nt-4 .
decie hi her suit against Hsnry B. Reed
on grounds of cruelty and nonsupport.
TH U11 LaT vK la.' tans ot Nw VarS
Stte.lt kaahass esesiiusitias avsiiaal m
tna small as sail aa Ike larss naatar. ft t.
saw. s-4 tnr ssissi sepias. 4 arssaway.