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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1915)
THE l.KK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 17, l.Ui.
morn null ff-.ree.
A FEW desirable store room left In the
new building, northeast corner H-th and
Cass St jc heap rent, Conrad Young, IC:
Brandels Theater ;M(. Tel Douglas 1671.
TO LK r Storeroom for furniture and
undertaking In Nebraska county seat
town; one other furniture business now.
K. H. Newhouse. Red Cloud, Neh.
WANTED TO RENT
WE have clients wlw want to rent houses
In nil parts of the city. Others will buy
on small cash payments, balance monthly.
TUB VOGKL. RKALTV AC.KVCY
lOlS-lS W. O. W. BIdg. lkiuglas V91
WANTED To rent, a farm, J to 5 acres,
near car line. Address, J W, Pre.
WANTKD TO BUT
Yale buys everything, 2d hand. Tyler HIS.
OFFICE furniture bought and sold. i.
C Heed, 1207 Farnam. Doug, 6146.
WE BUY 2d-httnd clothe, li.'l N. 84th.
HEAL ESTATE VOW RENT
Farm aad Haaeh stands.
UNIMl'ROVED 4 and U-cr tract
John N. Frenxer. Douglas 664.
REAL ESTATE IXJAN9
CITY end faim loana. i bt per cenU
J. H. Uumont afc Co, 416 State Panic.
WANTEI oty loan I ntra I rust Co.
WANTED City loana and warrants. W.
Farnam Stnlth & Co., 1S20 Farnam.
I UK) to tl'J.uuu ruado promptly. F. D. Weed,
Wead Hide., 18th and Farnam 8ta.
UAKVIN BROS oa". d u.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Cash Wheat Market ii Light, with
Heary Buying of July Fu
tures by Big Finns.
REACTION . IN ,C0RN AND OATS
6EE us flrat for farm loan In eastern
Neb. United States Trust Co.. Omaha.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H Thomas. MX State Bank Bidg.
MONEY on titan tor city and term loana
H. W. Binder. Ctxy Natl Bank BIdg
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farina,
O KEF.FE KEAb KSTATK CO.,
101S Omal.a Natl. Douglas riS
FARM RAM II LANDS FOR SALB
PROFIT AND PLKA8URE IN FARM
In the Rental climate of Stanislaus county,
No. 82-A very desirable little 20-aere
farm, 10 acrva In alfalfa, balance In culti
vation. Located 2 miles from Patterson
and 4 mile from passenger stop on rail
road, with three passenger trains each
way dally. The soil la deep and very
rich, and cement-lined canals bring a
plentiful supply of water for Irrigation.
So easy Is this land to Irrigate that farm
ers say they can Irrigate 20 acres In a day.
This little farm, with a few cows and
hogs and a nice flock of turkeys and
chickens and a garden, will make you a
good living while you wait for your fruit
and hut treea to cyme Into bearing. Eng
lish walnuts yield 2300 to l-'f per acre,
and peaches, cherries, apricots and other
fruits are very profitable. . Alfalfa,
melons and truck can be, grown between
the rows of young trees. The big mar
kets of Kan Francisco and Oakland are
but S hours away.
It you want to exchange a money-eating
horn for 'a money-making home,
come In and we can arrangn It.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Ware Block, Omana.
8100 to 810.000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead lildg., loth and Farnam Ms.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
We are unable to supply the
demand for 5 and 6-room
houses in the Hanscoui or
Bemis Park districts.
The Vocel Realty Agency,
1015-16 W. O. W. lildg.
HAVE calls for vacant lota and cot
tages. Carlson Wailln, 2o4 McCagiie
BIdg., Douglas 2483, evening, H. 2339.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
TO SETTLERS ONLY 320 acres for K0.
Rich corn, alfalfa and wheat land; no
sand. J. A. Tracy. Fort Morgan, Colo.
CO LOR A 1K Offer on easy terms, priced
right, 1S0 acres near Fort Collins; 6J0
acres near Greeley: 1) acres near Lamar,
all Improved, Irrigated atfalta farms. Will
Include, ten-room residence Fort Collins.
Wld sell separate or together. Might
consider Iowa or Minnesota land In part
ray. Address for particulars Y 417, Bee. ,
FOR SALE 40 acres of land, 2 miles
from Rupert, Idaho; all under Irriga
tion. 74 acres alfAlfa, bearing orchard of
40 trees, no swaAips or sour land. For
further particulars write the owner, J.
A. Brlggs, North Powdef, Ore.
BARGAIN 140-acre dairy farm, near 8a
llna. Kan.; write for full description and
list of 100 Kansas farms for sale in central
Kansas. V. E. Nluuette. Ballna. Kan.
BARGAIN 210-acro farro 20-miles from
Minneapolis; 140 acres ujder cultivation,
40 acres good meadow, a acres timbered
pasture; can practically all be cultivated;
good corn land; farm Is fenced; 10-room
house, barn, granary, mach.no shed, wind
mill, etc.; 12 head good milk cows. 4 good
horses, harnesses, wagons, complete set
of machinery, hogs, chickens and every
thing on the" farm goes at 245 per acre;
I5.0UO cash, balance can stand for 10 years
at 8 per sent- Hchwab Bros., lira riy
mouth Blrtg., Minneapolis, Minn.
RED RIVER VALLKY WHEAT FARM
ISO acres In Wilkin county, Minnesota.
miles from Campbell, to exchange for a
smaller farm in eastern Nebraska or a
good city residence. Here Is as handsome
a piece of land as ever you saw, level as
a floor, well drained, no stones; rich
Mfink anil raises hlir crona hard wheat
big crops of potatoes and alfalfa. Halt
in cultivation? balance hay and grass; all
tillable. Close to. school; fine neighbor
Ware Block. Omaha.
For Sale or
A fine farm of 4t acres with gooofim-
provements, good orchard, 12 miles from
Omaha and S miles from extra good rail
road and market town, German neighbor
hood. Price SIX per acre. Terms one
third cash. Owner will take Omaha In
come property br a smaller farm for
pari of the balance and carry the re
mainder on the land.
J. H. Dumont & Co.
41118 State Bank Bidg. Tel. D. WO.
OMAHA, March K, 1915.
Many reports were received from the
southwest yesterday that Hessian fly
and chinch buns are in large numbers
In scattered sections of the winter wheat
country. Karly sown wheat in sections
of MiKSouri, Illinois and Kansas Is said
to present a strong appearance, while
late to very late wheat Is Infested with
the pests and considerable Is winter
Speculators will refuse to consider the
fact that the area '.reded to winter wheat
lust fall was by far the largest In the
history of this country and that heavy
losses may he suffered and still a bum
per crop raised. They will see only the
claims of those In the country who are
known as "crop killers" and they will
buy wheat In cur.atMiuenoe.
Taking the reports received by the
Modern Miller last week as an example,
the winter wheat plant on the wholo was
never In as good condition as It Is now.
There is ample moisture to carry tha
plant for some time, as In many sections
the ground Is quite muddy and It Is al
most Impossible to haul even an empty
wagon to town or ti do any plowing.
Tne feature of the wheat market
the excellent buying by some of the larger
houses In the trade. Including Knight.
McLiougal. S. B. t'lmpln and others. They
bought July wheat. It was generally be
lieved for account of the Armour Grain
company and foreign customers.
The cash wheat market was a small
affair, when the demand for wheat Is
caused some reaction from the top prices.
Cash sales of corn here were 70,100 bush
els. Milwaukee reported VW.WW bushels
No. .1 yellow corn Id store at the May
Investment buying pf provisions yester
day was th result of strength shown bv
corn and which carried the entire pro
vision line upward.
Omaha Spot Market Wheat was W4c
Corn was HWHc lower.
Oata were unchanged to ",o lower.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour.
795.OH0 bu.; corn, ,000 hu.; oats. 17S,0 bu.
Liverpool close: Wheat, not quoted:
Primary wheat receipts were K4.0fl0 bu.
find shipments 6U.0H0 bu., against receipts
cf CI 4.000 bu. and shipments of P&.000 bu.
1'rlmsry corn receipts were 42.000 bu
end shipments 714.0s bu.. against receipts
of ).vi!0 bu. and shipments of 62S.0W bu.
Primary oats receipts were SiOiOdO bu
and shipments M7.0P0 V.U., agslnst receipts
of Rai.OiO bu. and shipments of 8?M"n bu
Wheat. Corn. Oats
St. l.ouls ....
considered. The salea were onlv MR.OW - J . r
bushel, of which 200.m0 bushels wrr iV' f. 4 ,wr,t1r.if
taken by exporters. Minneapolis claimed -e.c"'- 1 c'1,c,
sales of 500.000 bushels for eastern ahln- -"?J0- ,".r.r' i'.1
!nt. and both New York and Liverpool -liri. iTr aiuiLMiMi- N
light wheat at Winnipeg. !l lD,t-r'I 2t s'Jfnr il klr
'orn nnd oats were both Wher. but the Jar, J1' 1,,.! Lm No i
llure of shorts to cover In the latter ': ,6T mh JNo i white
. . . . -, 1 durum. J1.4ltf1 4Si. Corn . No. 1 white.
These rash sales were re do tied todav:
Wheat No. t hard winter: S cars, fl.M,
No. 3 hard Winter: 2 cars. $1.M; 1 car,
1 65m. No. 4 hard winter: - car. t.M.
No. i mixed: 1 car, I1.6&. Sample. 1 oar.
H.MH. Corn: No. S yellow: cars. 70c: 4
car. fSo. No. 4 yellow: 1 cars, tWe. No.
yellow: 1 car. 9S,c No. yellow: 1 car,
Wvfcc; 1 car. ttt'vc; 1 car, dc. No. 1 mixed:
1 car, 7Cc No. .1 mixed: 1 car (near whltel,
0ic; S cars, "c; 1 car, 91. No. 4 mixed:
1 car tnear white), 89c; 1 car, Hc; 1 car.
fiSc; 1 car, 7V?; 6 cars, 7Ho. No. 6 mixed;
1 car. :"c. . No. mixed: 1 car. Hc
("ample: J-6 car. 70c; 1 car (white), ttc.
tiats No. S white: 4 cars, t7o; 5 cars,
cars, 64itc. Rye
Omaha Cash' Price Wheat: No. I hard,
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Desirable Kinds of Cattle Steady at
Monday's Decline Fat Sheep
Bring Steady Prices.
HOGS AROUND FIVE CENTS OFF
SOl'Tll OMAHA, March Ifi. 1915.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen
Official Mondayv 10.4'JH IfcTS?
Ksttmate TuesdsV K.Oi'O 2fi.ot I7.i
Two davs this week. . IK l. 40..VS as.7:
Same days last week... S,T!1 1410 11.;
Same 1 weeks sgi lft.Jxl :'S.H L'i'.Wif"
Kn weeks ago. .f90 wl 21.i)
Same 4 weeks ago a.v. 1!t.i7 1T.0H
Same days last year... d.xTJ 27,524
The fnllom'lng table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for lha year to
date as compared with last year:
battle sil.017 IM"
H' gS 7M.4K lS.t!2 140.10.1
Sheep SHS.Ml 67I..V4 ;t,.7
The following table shews the average
price for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few dava, with
Date. 1918, 11914. 1 IMS )9U 11911. l10. 1!M.
B0; cows and heifers, $1 l.vij'l.lO; stockers
An leeders. Sr.f ; .00; calves, 7.0ittiti.UO;
bulls, stsits. etc.. i. )'1 10.
HiHiS-Kecelpts. I2.0t heai: mnrket, be
lower; hesvv. ti K itl T0: mixed, t' '' "i .
ilsht. I..WilR: hulk of sties, Vtiiifi
Slli:i.l' ASH LAMHS-Kocclpta. 1.0m)
hrad; market steady: lambs, p.K.
Krw Tork Money Market.
NKW YORK. March Id.MF.RCANTILM
1'AI KH-IS P-r cent.
STI'.lil.lNM FACHANOK-Uasv. slxlv
dsy bills. 4 77ri; for cables, $4. SOU; for
demand. l o.
HI LV Kit-Bar. M'c; Mexican dollars,
; ixiS Government, steady: railroad,
TIMB IjOANj-Faster, sixty days, 2S
per rent; ninety days, 2 per cent; six
months, JWi per cent.
CALL MONK Y Kaster; high, 2 per
cent; low, IW per cent; ruling rate, in
per cent: last loan. 2 per rent; closing
bid, 1 per cent; offered at 2 per cent
Closing quotations on bonds today were
. H'4 Mo. rur. r 1W . . .
. N. Y . SHU.... 'H
.!! N. T City .... H4S
.iSlviN. V. Pots ti....li
.1ti N. T . N. II. H.
.ni rT. s. ten
I'snsma Is rouren. . 101 4 Nn I'arlfla 4s ft'
Am Hmeltsrs ....IV 4n 1'
A T T. ci. tSMt O. S. U ret. ... "'
ArniAvr a V 4s . H Pae. T. T .... S-l
Ati-iiisnn . 4. ... St M'ens. roa '"S
lsl. OKI" 4 .... do ron. 44i ts
civs. Ohio .. H ,n1ln( e
Quoted Values Undergo Moderate
Readjustment, Prices Becoming
UNFAVORABLE RUMORS HEARD
t. a. rw t, m-
V H. TTg
do cowpWn ......
V. S. 4 rvg
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
KOUNTZK PLACE. S3.800.
Just west of 24th St., on Plnkney, up-to-date
fi-room house, with sleeping porch;
finished-In oak, with living room across
front. A very desirable home and priced
low on account of owier being now a
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Douglas 1781. Ware Block.
7. ACRKS Irrigated land. Improved, sir
miles from Bridgeport: srood water Haht
paid up: will exchange for atock of mer
chandise. NO acres, Irrigated. ,30 acres
alfalfa; exchange for Income In eastern
Nebraska or Iowa. Scybolt, Bridgeport,
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
BIGXJEST land sale of the year now on.
100 forty-acre farma4S0 each. Good land.
Wall settled, locality. Close to railroad.
12 per acre is half actual value. Great
est bargains in South Missouri at sensa
tional prloes. Write today for free liter
ature. D. Merrlam, Kills , & Benton,
Kansas City, Kansaa,
YOU DON'T NEED TO
BE AN EXPERIENCE!.. FARMER
to farm one of our farms In the great
JudiUi basin. Montana. We can show
you how to farm for profit and pleasure.
Bargain now for the NEW 80IL 160 or
320 acres nearly ail seeded to winter
wheat that promises B0 bushels per aero.
Can you pay S4.6O0 down and R5O0 within
8 inoaths and pay balance In 1 yearly
payments T Price 4S to S70 an acre. Free
maps and facts fur the asking.
WM. II. BROWN CO.,
B N. LaSallo St.. Chicago. I1L
liAVB buyer for 40-a. rarm near town, E.
Neb.; also want listing of quarter sec
tions aud eighties. Carlson A Wailln, 804
on an acreage tract near Omaha. . We
have tracts. close to Omaha which will
Insure you a good income. . Whctner you
long for a fruit farm, poultry raising,
truck gardening or any other kind -of ag'
riculture we have a suburban farm that
you would be proud to call your own.
Closeness to the Omaha market -usurcs
yon good priceS for your products the
As a form of investment this acreage
cannot be excelled, as the price Is steadily
advancing. It combines a good Income
with a sare, sound investment. By buy
ing now you can save money, as acreage
will bring a much higher price this spring.
Below are a few choice offerings, we
have others equally as good. See us. We
are acre specialists.
Fifteen acres. West Center, five blocks
from car. Fine Improvements, cost over
J10.0U0. Price, $l,0u0. "v
Twenty acres, a little farther out. Good
Improvements. All In fruit and conceded
to be the equal of any fruit farm in the
state, rrioe, iia.uou.
Twenty acres, northwest of Florence.
very fair Improvements, lots of fruit and
shrubbery. This land la rolling, but fine
ror rruiu poultry o hog raising. Frlco,
Twenty aores. about 1U miles west of
Florence, a snort distance frdtn the ma
cadam road. Very fair Improvements,
fruit And shrubbery. Priced at S,0u0, way
oeiow price of adjoining property.
I'ive acres, about k mile south of South
Omaha city limits, with A No. 1 Im
provements, that cost at least 4,ou0.
Price, .1,000. . .
Five acres. In same locality, Improve
ments fair. Price. $3,000.
O 'Neil's It, E. & Ins. Agency,
1505 FARNAM ST. TEL. TYLER 1024.
1RRIOATED 80 ACRES IN NE
BRASKA'S VALLEY OF THE NILE.
' No. 25 Only 3H miles to fine town In
MorrlU county. Owner wants a nice borne
in some good Nebraska town or would
consider equity in farm near present
home In eastern Nebraska. This fine 80
is all under cultivation. Fenced and has
small barn. No other Improvements.
Finest quality soli, raises corn, small
grain, alfalfa, sugar beets, potatoes, etc.
Price, l0 per acre. No encumbrance.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Ware Block. Omaha.
AMERICAN CATTLE RANCHES MUST
FEED THE WORLD.
Have you a good corn farm In Nebraska
or Jowa that you want to exchange for
the best 4 160-acre rattle ranch in Ne
braska? If so. we have one In Sheridan
county that fills (hat description. There
are three sets of Improvements, five wells
and windmills, place Is fenced and croae
fenoed,. good shelter for cattle In the
winter. A nice gently rolling ranch, with
as fine short giaas pastures as can be
found In the United States. Plenty of
good hay and about a half section In
cultivation for roughness. It is only
fourteen miles from one of the best towns
in Nebraska on the northwestern railroad
and is an A-l cattle proposition. Not a
foot of sand on it, all hard land and
lots of alialfa is being grown In the
neighborhood. One of the best chances
ypu ever saw to get Into the cattla busi
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Ware Block.- Omaha.
So ACRES 2 miles from Bridgeport; 23
acres now Irrigated, 40 acres alfalfa: en
tire tract will be Irrigated by extension
of government ditch within two years;
owner heavily Involves and must sll;
price, $n.(M). Seybolt, Bridgeport, Neb.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
H. A. Tukey's Home
123 South 37th St.
In about thirty days Mr. Tukey will be
In his new home. We offer bis former
residence, for a quick sale, at a very low
Price. This Is by no means sn olij house.
It la an up-to-tlute. modern home In very
heat renalr. House consists of a large
reception hall, living room, with flreplarie;
dining room and kitchen on tne nrsi
floor: four bed rooms, two baths and
sleeping oreh on the second floor, and
one "large bed room on tho third floor.
The basement Is large, with a laundry
and storeroom. Furnace la regulated by
thermostadt ond will keep the house
warm In the coldest day of the winter.
First floor finished In oak and second
floor mostly, white enamel.
A very comfortable house, built to live
In. Cool In tho summer. LnrKo shady
yard. Hedges, shrubs, rcse bushes and
fruit trees. . . ,
lot 60x137. Street paved, fully paid, per
This house will not be rented and will
be sold to the first person making a rea
sonable offer. Fairly easy terms may be
A. P. Tukey & Son
231 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone Doug. 502
Ki71V.c: No. I white. 7W70c; No. s
white, HTVVaTOHo; No. 4 white. tW4i7flo:
No. & white, RMic: No. 1 yellow. 70V.
i70c; No. S yellow. 70O"7OHo; No. S yel
low, ifr70c; No. 4 yellow. SSMMSNo;
No. S yellow, SSVkWISHo; No. yellow, RWi
No. 1 mixsd. 7ne70e: No. 2 mixed,
fc.ii70c; No. 3 mixed. .S94e; No-
mixed, ?H4i4ftr: No. 6 mixed. SVtTWtWc;
No. (I mixed, 7irV4e. Oats: No, 2 white,
KMiWlo: standard. 676Hc: No. 8 white,
SMr57c; No- 4 whlPV fcitfttSVic. Barley:
Malting, 74t0e: No. Pfeed, UntiTlc. Rye:
No. 2. 1.14v61.15; NO. S, I1.UVKj1.14.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
FOR SALE Two acres near Krug Park,
S blocks to car. cement sidewalk from
oar to land; city water; or will trade
for cottage. 'Address K. F. Rain, Coun
cil Bluffs. Ia.
REAL ESTATE NORTH. SIDE
40 TO 320 ACRE tracts, rich black loam,
I to S miles from new railroad, JO to
Set) per acre; "4 cash; balance 2e years;
will grow over 60 bushels corn to the
acre and big returns on forage crops and
fruits; mild winter and delightful sum
mers, on account of the gulf breeze;
2,0U0 acres to select from. Agents wanted,
r'pring Valley 1-and Co., 818 Gunter BIdg.,
Kan Antonio. Texas.
The beet plan and the best built house
on a valuable east-frr.ht lot, on the
Six big rooms.
One bed room 12x23.
Screens and shades.
All oak floors.
Special made doors.
This house Is finished with white
"Madusa" cement stucco, on metal lath
and will stand inspection. Let us show
you. The number Is 68.1! Florence Boule
vard. Price will sell It.
Charles W. Martin
Tyler 1P7 74? Omaha Nat. Bank BIdg.
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT
5 rooms, all modern, elegant east front
lot, paved street, dandy location, close to
school, located on 2Mh Ave. Just north of
Field club. Price, $3,000.
C. G. CARLBERG,
313 Brandels Theater BIdg.
CHICAGO HRAIIf AND rROVISIOWS
Features of the Traolnar and rioalasT
Prices on Board of .Trade.
CHICAGO. March W. Easing away of
export demand for Dot cash wheat today
seemed Influential In bringing about
heavy profit-taking sales by holders of
speculative oontracta As a result, the
market closed weak, at He to lc under
ast night Other leading staples, too,
showed net declines corn c to He, oats
Vic. to He and provisions KmtsC to 20c.
Unloading of wheat did not begin until
after the early advance which carried
the May delivery up to ll.M a bushel, the
firs time recently that the market had
made sd near an approach to the high
price record of the war, 41.67 on FebrThiry.
At 21.60 wheat appeared to become a tar
get for sellers, who on every rally from
the ensuing break continued to attempt
to reaiixe. some lessening or tne ivuro
pean visible supply total was In a meas
ure responsible for the bulge that started
the profit-taking by longs, but the falling
orr in the transv-Atianttc stock-pile aid
not seem to be at all sufficient to worry
the export trade.'
Notwithstanding that Duluth. Omaha,
Kansas City and OUcafo, as well as the
seaboard, all sold wheat for export, the
aggregate was estimated to be noticeably
smaller than has been the rule of lato.
Crop reports' favored the bears, snd so
also did references to increased dangers
Heaviness characterised the corn trade
throughout the session. The decreaso in
the domestic visible supply total wast
much less than expected, and there wsa
no shipping- Inquiry to apeak of. A big
cash business was in progress) In oata.
The effect was offset, though, bv general
selling out on the part of commission
house longs, owing largely to fine
Provisions slid downgrade with hogs and
grain. The market reoeived only Indif
Futures were quoted as follows:
201 1S 021 S 47 1 6 ON
116 61 I
2.1 6 4HI S l ISMS H1I M 0 04
3.. I 6 42 S .141 S 301 I 6 7 IS W .
4 .1 4.1, S 2! S 24; S3
R..I M'V 8 l'.M S v iw
s r, i &;i s 7
I 8 29 I 47
I S 62
8 Ml 8 Si
8 24 8 3
8 40 8 4S
8 B0 8 69
8 M 8 6;
8 661 K 67
Mar. lrt.i 8 ftiv 8 44
6 S2I 9 Mi 8 2
M S 761
6 841 6 '
6 76 10 22,
40 6 NO! 1U il
t 4KI 110 37
C M 6 63!
8 4l 6 hsiiu ai
6 4..I 8 r.MlO 34
S 69 6 60110 421 40
8 Ml 7.1l Ml '
r. H. O. I .... site's, u h r. r. 4a
Attlole.Qpen. Hlgh, Low. ) Clnse. Yes'y.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Do Not Delay
Many unpleasant things have been
caused in, this world by delay. , There Is
an old saying, "Never put off till to
morrow what you can do today." It Is a
bate rule to follow, for one day's delay
may change or spoil tho plans of, a' llle
One of the most Important things a man
has to consider Is providing a home for
himself and those near and dear to him
11 he rents a house lie is not giving them
a real home. Consequently they do not
have a fair chance In life. Nothing can
bring out the best in us like a home of
DO NOT DELAY the Solving or this
important problem, but buy now one of
those beautiful building locations we are
offering In HAPPY HOLLOW and DtTN-
VKSS. one or these jots is sure to suit
Terms as low as 1-10 cash and 1 per
cent of purchase price payable monthly
will be made.
George & Company
Phone D. 75. 02 City Nat. Bank BIdg.
Beat Miry And geneiai crop state In the
anion; eiuxa wauled. Lands for sale al
low prices on easy terms. Ask fur book
let No. 14 on Wieoonsln Central Land
Urant. kxceUent lauUe for slock raising.
' If latere led la fruit lands ask for book
let an Apple Orchards. Address Land and
Industrial DetiaiUneni. shm Line Raiiasy,
HOMESTEAD Homestead. 28.000 acrva
just opened; 3.0 acres to. each applica
tion, rrueuiars, write at once. jr.
Lavalleur. Burns. Wyo.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
HEED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska 4 brandsis Theatsr.
KERR Title Guarantee aal Abtrest Co,
a modtrn ahslxart office. 2uu b. 17th ou
rbane Lvuglas fcti.
High and Sightly
On a beautiful east front lot. 60xLi6. on
the Boulevard In Clalrmcnt addition, one
and one-nan diocks nortn of Military
Avenue.' Mix splendid arranged large,
light, airy rooms and bath. Oak finish
downstairs, mahogany and white enamel
upstairs. Oak floors throughout. House
bas been built but a short time, and la
absolutely modern. Clalimont is a fine
restricted resilience district. Two car
lines within two blocks of this property.
Mate Bank BIdg.
. Must Be Sold
Owner needs the iiioney and has re
duced the price for a quick sale. 4031
Charles Ht , a fine -room house, modem
complete, hot water heat, close to school,
stores and car. Sea us about this place.
Owner of 8420 Parker Ht. says to sujl
his place this spring. This is a dandy &
room, completely modern cottage on a
large smith front lot, near school, stores
and car. 11 is worth the price asked.
Creigh, Sons & Co.
Must Be Sold
' Happy Hollow
Now is the time to buy a well built
attractive house located on one of the
choicest spots in Happy Hollow at a price
that la right.
The house has 8 rooms besides an out
aide Sleeping perch, finished in oak and
white enamel with selected oak floors
throughout. There Is a full cemented
basement, with hot water heat.
The lot has a south frontage of 75 ft.
fronting a park and avenue with beauti
ful shade trees.
Tie price is 211,000. but we want an offer
This Is 1'uL'Il chance. Don't miss It.
George & Company
Phone D. 75. 02 City Nst. Bank BIdg.
. DUNDEE HOUSE, $5,500
Fireplace, buffet, tiled floor In bath
room, oak finish first floor, olrch second
floor, south front lot close to csr.
W. H. THOMAS & SON,
228 Htate Bank BIdg. Douglas 1848.
608 Bee BIdg
. ALL MODERN
Five rooms, with bedrooms and bath on
second floor; elegant lot, 4oxlU), shade
treea. good walks, located near 17th and
Laud Ma. Price but U.HJH.
C. G. CARLBERG,
312 Brandels Theater BWg.
NEW 6-room. tnod-rn, oak llniahed
bungalow, ,worth H.v: nitg., 81.6ot;
unable to keep up payments; will sacri
fice equity for 21.1M) cash. Address, J
t-KOOM modern hous
4l. Phone Hed 4-.
?; n. iL-th m.,
2677 EVANS 6-r. mod Home, oak flnUn
throughout; easy terms. Web. 2DU.
FOR BALK All niodom house, I rooms:
practically new; gars He; in Council
Bluffs, IVi blocks rro'n rtree; iar r.iar
schools and churches. Mrs. Anna 1'eniler,
146 Park Ave., Council Ulutrs. -o
.;vih;u . 1
Reduce Strained, Puffy Ankles
Lymphancitis. foil tvsl, lulu la
Boil, Swellings; Stops LameaeM
and allay pain, tlealt Sorts, Cut.
Bruise. Boot Chile. I il in
ANTISEPTIC AND GERMICIDE
Doe not blister or removs the
luurand hone can be worked. Pleuant to um.
12. 00 bottle, delivered. Describe your cast
for ipeciil instruction and Book 5 K frsas.
ABSORBING. J Hi. aailsatok HaUasst fee suokuU ra
4tma stnioa. raufel, kauat. twoiica Vdsa. siii Lai..
GouC C csstrawl usir s frv Ssss ssaUlaS stsssssli '
am os. rrwv l per otL at lalrn ar tritMiri
17 SO '
Cash Prices Wheat; No. 2 red nominal:
No. 2 hard, 1.64L 64. Corn: No. 2 yellow,
nominal ino. yeiow. tmnvrt: no. 4
white. 714&W40. Oats: No. t white.
6fii(Wc; standard. Srtutsc. Rye: No. 2,
11.17. Barley. 7SiiA8c. Timothy. 8l.bxu4.u0.
IClover. ts.t018.6u. Pork, 11,745. Lard.
HI 16. Klha, 2.1.2641.60.
BtTTTFlU-Hteady, ereamerv, VX&2Sa.
POTATO BTH Higher: recelots. 1". cars:
Michigan and Wisconsin, red. tCiiSuc:
Michigan and Wisconsin, white, &M40o.
HOU8 Ixiwer; reoeipts. 16,362 eases; at
mark, cases Included, ordinary
rirats, l"imc; firsts. I7'al74c.
POCLTRY-Allve, higher, spring l4c;
New York Oeaeral Market.
NKW YORK. March 11 HUOAR-li-
tures opened steady today under soattered
iiquiauiion prompted oy rreer offerings
of spot sugar in the street, but there
was a good demand from shorts and at
midday prices were 2b 3 points net lower.
Kuw, easy; centrifugal, 4. Wo; molasses.
i.wv neiinea quiet.
ma-Firmer: receipts. 20.S36 esses:
fresh gathered extras. ZlfT.'ltac: extra
firsts, 20c; firsts, l&fil4c; seoonda WtHf
isvtc; nesrny nonnery wnitee. fine to
fancy, 34&&c; nearby hennery browns, 21
uu x 1e.1t rieaayr receipts, n.iau xuos;
creamery extras. 92 score. 294c; cream
ery, higher scoring, wtWK'; creamery
firsts. iswiiue; seconds. aiw.twc.
CHEESE Htesdy; receipts. 2.11)7 boxes:
state whole mlik, held special.
l'.'c; state whole milk, average fancy,
I'UULrxtr uresaea, quiet: western
chickens, roasting, frosen. 17421c; fresh
fowls, 14918c : turkeys, lAtjaOo, Uve, firm;
western fowls. araZlc; turkeys, U&4iWc.
CATTLE Receipts were large again to- I
day making the total for the two days
is.4 heart the largest of any recent weK
and more than double tho receipts for
the corrcsptinnrtlng period a year ago.
Fortunately there was a very gn'cl buy
ing demand this morning oil the part of
local packers snd shippers so that the
market In spite of the large receipt
opened out In fairly satisfactory condi
tion. Good killers commanded prices that
were generally steady with yesterla,
there being no quotable Change In either
direction. Inferior grades were more or
less neglected and as usual when re-
cetpta are large the feeling on that kind
Cows and helfert- also commanded about
steady prloes, selling la about the same
notchos as yesterday.
Blocker and feeders were In fair re
quest so far at the best grades were con
cerned, but other kinds pretty slow as
speculators wore Inclined to wait until
the country demand, which was not very
large yesterday, should ho more urgent.
For this reason stockers and feeders in
many cases were the last cattle In the
yards to s"'l.
quotations on rattle: Good to choice
bevesv 87.WX.4n; fair to good cornfed
beeves, $7.:S?7.M- common to fair corn-
fed beeves, ti.60!i7.sU; good to choice hell
ers. IH.2fiitpi.0l; good to choice cows, lYWitf
6.60; fair to good cows. Sfi.0tstiti.7ri; com
mon to fair cows. M OmuO OO; good to choice
stockers and feeders, 87.2tiM"7.iiO; fslr to
good stockers and feeders, S6.7ilf7.!0;
common to fair stockers and feeders, 86.78
(h4i.7&; stock heifers, SI. 7,Vtt6.75; stock cows,
4i.88ff6.tVO- stock, calves, 26 HOjjK.00; veal
calves, 7.flOrH.60; bulla, stags, etc., 24.75
HOOS Receipts were the heaviest since
February , there being 363 cars, or 2i,0ii0
head, estimated. For the two days the
run totals 40,6x& head, being almost three
limes aa large as lssl week, and 15,9)0
larger than a year ago.
Under tho iiiimence of heavy receipts,
the market opened slow, and early packer
offers were 6410o lower than yesterday's
average. Other points reported close to
steady prices, and local sellers played the
market on this basis, asking fully steady
figures for their offerings. For a long
time killers would not better their early
offers, and up to 10 o'clock things were
pretty dead. What hogs had been sold
went to shippers at figures that were
weak tcr a nickel lower than yeaterday'a
killer tradu. By this time, however, It
had become evident that there was a
strong packing demand, and buyers raised
tnelr oners slowly, until they were no
more than a nirkel lower, liven on this
basis nothing much moved, and when the
supply finally began to go scaleward It
waa at figures thst were hardly a nickel
lower than yeaterday'a average.
After a trading basis wss once estab
lished there waa Utte change In prices,
and In the end the bulk of the offerings
moved at figures that were right around
60 lower than yesterday's average trade.
Owing to the crowded condition of the
yards It was late before everything -was
yarded, and for thla reason the market
dragged over Into the afternoon.
The biggest string moved at 26.60. as
against Monday's! long bulk of SD.ffi.
Unite a good many of the more desir
able klnda reached 26.624, and there was
pretty fair showing aa high at H..
SlIEEJ Tho receipts continue. of
1 literal proportions, aa 17.000 head were
reported in. run bulk consisted of Colo
rado lambs, and tt)e aged sheep supply
amounted to about a half dosen loads.
Quality was a little different from Mon
day and most of the offerings wero of
desirable weights. The receipt for the
two days thus far make up a liberal
supply, footing up some 36.700 head.
against 11,600 for the same time last week
anu ai.atsj a year ago.
In many respect a the general market
was a repetition of Monday's trade, as
not much was doing until late In the
forenoon, and when a movement did
finally get under way lambs sold oh a
basis of weak to a dime lower and sheep
fully steady. The big run of lambs and
bearish advloes from outside points natur
ally hart a denreaslna influence mm to
prices. The scarcity of mutton offerings
held pncea up on that kind of stock.
Home early sales of lambs were made at
89.06, as compared with a top of $9.76 on
Monday. A conalgnment of fall clipped
iamna moved at 19.W, which waa consid
ered a good price, though few of that
kind have been coming.
Quotations on sheep and Iambs: Lambs.
Mexicans, S9.4U4I9.76; lambs, fed westerns,
2S.SOn9.bfc. lambs, shearing, UU0-ii-H.fr;
yearlings. light, .7;X(!.00; yearlings,
heavy, 28.60iii8.76; wethers, good to choice,
37 7fXD.0tt. t tners. lair to Kond, 37.60ta7.7j;
ewes, good to choice, 27.607.76; ewes, fair
CHICAGO MVK STOCK MARKET
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St. K S T. tat 4s . 71
Local "locks and Roads.
Ustillnns himlahad br Bursa. Blinker
44' Omaha National bank bull.Hn.
11tn1 of Trails phl..l
hanker Mnrtgaas Loan. Omaha.....
Continental 1. K. I . e ram
ritr National Hank. Omaha
I "tars 'v r-fiV
l-'alrntent reanirry 7 p. C. pf'l
tires! IV anient Miof pfrt
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tVnttn.ntal (1. K. 6a. 1KI7 (Nrbl .
IrvaUnil. O . 44. I4
Kanaaa Itv, Mo., Hehool 4a. IIH.,
Mirhlsan Hr. l"'ll
On alia a C. II. St. Itr. to, 12
Omaha Water 4H. 1M1.,
On ati rhi 4s, lull
Kmkr Mountain Knal 6
Klft Co. la. 144 1
south ntnaha inSI
grrlhner. Neh . Watar 6s. IS
1'nl. Place , Natt.. 4H'. 117
Wlrhlta Pnlon stk Ytir.ta Ita, J.l. .
Water L. H. P. Hot Hprlna, 8. U
NEW YOKK. March IG.-41OFFEK
The market for coffee futures was higher
today on the firmness of Hrntll, reports
that Europe waa still buying coffee In the
primary markets at prices above parity
with quotations here, and claims that the
current receipts at Santos were running
to very low grade. The opening was at
an advance ol 6 to H rolius. and price
worked up during the day on covering
trade buying, and some support from
Wall street sources, with the close 19 t
23 points net higher. Hales were 30.250
hags. March. 6.9.V: April, 8.02c; May
69c: June, rt.lta; July, 7.17c; August. 7.24c;
Heptemher. 7.Hlc; October, T 1c; November,
l.tlc; iiecemiwr, 7.4oc; .January, I MX
February. 'i.64c. Hpot. firm; Rio, No. 7,
77c; Hantos, No. 4. D'to. Cost and freight
offers were reported unchanged to 10
points higher. Hlo exchange nn lxiinlon
was iil higher, and mllrles prices In the
Brasllfnn markets wero from Ul to 160
ue . . . .
13 67 ,
100 a inl et
an !io (4
Kansas City Orala and Provisions.
KANtiAS CITY. March 18. WH BAT
No. S hard, 1.67fri.68; No. 2 red, 41.6649
1.67; March, fl.474; July, S1.1744jrl.l74;
rJeptemher. 11.04 '4. ,
CORN No. 8 mixed. T24c; No. 2 white.
7e; iso. I yellow, iq!IJc; mo. a, Tsjc
May. 724n; July, 744, September. 7444!.
OATS No. 2 white, 64a'c; No.
BCTTEiU-Creamery, S8c; firsU, Jc
seconds, 24c; parking, 17c.
KOO-Flrsts, lie; seconds, 16c.
POULTKY Hens, 144c; roosters, 104c
Minneapolis Grmia Market.
M1NNV1APOLXB. Minn . March 11
(WHEAT May. 81.M4fk0; July. SLu;
No. 1 hard, tl 64: No. 1 northern, ll.Ui
il 66: No. I northern. 1.501XJ,
CORN-No. S yellow, mWtflOc. '
OATH No. 2 white, 674t(67Ha.
NKW YORK. March 16 MBTALH
steady, 4 00. trid: Ixmdon, to.
Hpeller. not quoted; 1ondnn A44. 10s.
Tin, nominal ; five-ton lots, 261 0fW-a-'i2.0n
twenty-five-ton lota, 200.66 hid. CoPlier,
film; electrolytic, 214.871 16.0.1; casting
814. 261114. 62. Iron, steady1 and unchanged
At lindnn: HiKit copper, K6; futures,
J. tit. 10s. Hpot tin, 188; futures, air 10s,
Anttmonv. JUTR'iri. '
rT. JOl'IH, March 16. M ETAI4 Lead,
nnlel, at 2:1. 87 4ft 3. 90. Hpelter, unsettled
at 27 .fioni 10.(10..
LIVERIOOU March 16 COTTON
Lead: citeady. 84.00. bid; London. l13.
6.21d; low middling, 4.81d; salea, 8.0J0
Omaha Hay Market.
HMitri MUM.h mpuiinriti niv
Choice upland, 813 60; No. 1. 1J 00; No
lll.oocii 12.00; No. 8. 19.0041 11 .00. ' Cholco
midland. 213.00; No. 1, 112.60; No, 2, 11 OiWf
12 1)0; Nn, 3. 19.WW1I.W. .Choice lowland
811. 60: Nn. 1, 211.00; No. 2, 89.001210.00; No,
flTRA W-Cholce wheat. 2.6fir7.0O; choice
oat or rve. S7.0fi'n7.50.
ALFALFA holes pet green, leafy and
flnn stem. SWOntilrOO; (It takes extra
rholce to bring 21L.0O); No. 1. Sia.SOfl'M.OO;
No. 2, S12.OW13 00; No. 3. 8U OOttl2.W.
Kvapnrated Apple and Dried Frails
NEW YORK, March 16.-EVAPO-
RATED APPLES Steady.
DHIKH FRUITS iTuncs, quiet: apri
cots, dull; peaches, dull snd easy; choice,
4,ik.c; extra rnoice, 6VsOtc; raising.
Investors with money read the Real
Estate ads In The Bee, Advertise your
property for a quick sale.
I. Loals Oralt Market.
HT. LsOf'IS, March I6.-WHEAT-N0. 2
red. 81 .641.57; No. S hard. 1.60; May.
21.634: July. Sl.lS.
COftN-No. 8. 76e; No. 2 wnlts, nomi
nal; May. 744c; July. 764c.
OAT0-N0. 2, homlnal; No. 2 white,
S.lverpael Wrmlsi Market.
LIVERPOOL. March I. -WHEAT -Hpot,
firm; No. S Manitoba. 13s Sd; No. S
herd wlntor, ls24d.
(YjRN BtKjt, quiet; American mixed,
new. 784rl; Amerhan mixed, old. k id.
Futures, easy; March, 7l'-d.
Cattle 'Weak llosjs Weak Skrep
CHICAOO, March 16. (TATTLE-Receipts,
H.iki head; market weak; native
steers, S6.sOti.7u; western, SS.2Kii'7.46; cow
snd heifers. calves, 86 604.7.
HOtlH-Itecelpis M.(XX) head; weak: 60
lower: hulk. 8ri.KOti6.9o: light. S4.6j.t:
nixed, S.6Wii6. 1: heavy. Sb.3b-'(l4.D; rough,
26.36a6 6o: pigs. H.6ii.76.
HH KEP AND LA M BH Receipts, 18.0I4
head; market weak; sheep, 1lWiW.li;
ytailings, 17 wuv.-v. lamus, (.eogiiv.ou.
Kansaa City Live Htork Market
KANSAH CITY. March 14. CATTLE
Receipts, 8.600 head; market slow- prime
fed steers, 8H.0041 60; dressed beef, $7.0ixd
8.08; western steers, S6.60(l1.00l stockers
and feeder. tVt.OG47.S0, bulls, S6 XW.0;
calves. 64.D"2 10.2o
HOGS Recelnta 16.0D0 head; market
lower; bulk of sales. S6.7Bi 86; heavy. 26-70
4n f(V; i.araers ana uuirni-n, bq.ivuo.w
llvhr M Tttiio i- Diss. S 40iu1.7G.
HliEEP AND LAM BH Receipt a. 7.000
head: market weak: lambs, t rtvii' 75
yearllnea X 004r8.7b; wethers, t7.36w6.C0;
t. Louie Live Stock Market.
HT. IiOITlH. March 16 CATTLE Re
ceipt. 10,400 head; market steady; native
beef steers, s.uous-ia; cows and neiiere.
Ka04rr.26; southern steers. 26.fcn7.7i;
cows and heifers. S4.00.o0, native calvea.
A lOtfrtt 7n
liriiiB ReceipU. 11,601) head; market
hiir),.r- tU and lights. 26.00117 20; mixed
and butchers, 16.9714; good heavy. 40.90
b8HKKP AND LAMBS Receipts, 4 .800
bead; market lower; native muttons, S 26
ih uu: lambs. t.itt 86; vearllntia. fl.UiVt
S.S); sheared yearllnga, SC.6x.760.
at. Joseuh l.lre Htock Market.
HT. JOSEPIL Mo., March 16.-CATTLn
Receipts. 1 7' head; market steady:
steers. 8700i66O: rows and heifers, 4.0u'(i
if.'.: calves. SH 2.V
HO.JH Receipt. 7.000 head; market
steady; lackers bidding 10c lower; bulk
of sles. M.noh 76.
MIKEP AND IJtMBH-Recelpts. 3,000
I wad; n.arket steady; lamba. .UVo9 St).
lias I Hr Live Dork Markel.
HIOUCC CITT. March 1 6. -CATTLE-Re-
li.ls. 3.0110 heal; market, iiwu.10 lower
native steers, 26 VylM, bulchars, lt.W$
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
NEW YORK. March 1 Ouoted values
indi-rwent moderate realiustmcnt today,
he market becoming somewhat unsettled
n the early dealings on heavv selling of
Reading. Io the accompaniment of un
favorable dividend rumora. The Readlnc,
oard Is to meet tomorrow for action on
he dividend. Innsmuch -is earnings for
he first seven months of the fiscal rear
have len far fr nn satisfactory fears
acre entertained that a cut In the present
rate might result.
LrhlKh Valley also lost ground for the
same reason that governed the setback
n Resiling, the latter Interests being in
ontrol of .gh VaPey. Canadian Pa
cific wss another heavy feature of the
allway division, and other active issues
receded substantial fractions. felling
ceaaed In large measure later In the ses-
loi). hut the list manifested little re
uperatlvo power, final prices leaving .
large proportion of net losses
Ioat of tho automobile shares were
under pressure and Amalagamated Copper
and Nntloanl 1-ead were offered at con
cessions. A noteworthy exception to the.
declining tendency was Bethlehem Steel,
which sdvanced almost 2 points to 7V a
new high record, 1 nlted States Hteel waa
relatively firm and atieti Inactive spe
cialties n American Hugar preferred.
Montana Power and Texas compmy rose
to 2 point.
Roichsmarks were the feature of ths
exchange market, their Increased strength
ncinft coincident witn open orrenngs or
new Herman war bonds. other con
tinental exchange held at recent prevail-,
Ing ratea. remittances on Rome helnir'
again In fair demand. Circumstantial
rumors of the placing of additional war.
contracts on a large scale failed of con
firmation In authoritative quarters.
Another small amount of gold was re
ceived from Canada, with negotiations
In progress for additional sums. lYIvate
rallies from Indon announced further
sales of gold by the Rank of England,'
presumaiuy to our nankera
Total sales of stocks amounted io
Bonds were easier with pronounced"
weakness In New Haven, Rock Island,
and Missouri Pacific Issues. Total salef.
par value. Jl.Plii.ono. -
I'lilted Htates bonds were unchanged
Number of sales and leading quotation!
on stocks today were:
Bates, tilth. L.W. Claas.
Amalgamated Cooper ....
Amarl.-an Heai Muaar
Anterlran a. A Tt...
Anarkan 6. H. ptd...
Am. gtttar Ksflnlns
Amarlran Tal. IVI
Amarlmn Totiaeoo .
Maltlmor A Ohio
Ilinnklvn Itaptd Trsnatt..
IXataillan par Kir
t'lieaaneake a tUtlo
hlraai tlreat. western.. .
-hlia. M ar Kl. 1'....
I'liliatn N VY
Colorado Fuel a Iron
Colorado 4- Koutharu
Prnrer 8 ltlo (Irsnds....
Panvar B CI. ptd
Dlatlllera' Herurltlra ....
tlreat Northern tiC4
(least No. Or rtfa
Inlerhnrmish Met. ptd...
Kanaaa cttr Htsithom. . . .
Ixiulavllia A Naahvllla...
kllf.,ourl. K. A T
National ImiI I....
New York cantesl
N. Y. N. H H
Norfolk A rVratsra
Northern Tanltlc 1
Pai ltlr Tal. Tal
Pullman Palsrs tVr
Har Cos. Cop par
Itepubllr lean A Steal....
Hark laland t'o
iRork laland (V pfd
Ht. U A 44. r Id pfd....
t'nlon rsiirio pfd
I nllad Rtalaa Steal
V. H. Htee ptd
Waatem tTnloe ,
Ws4tnshniiaa Ktertrln . ,,
Total aalas for th r
ttOO 1204 m
111 1 'a 11)1
M.trn 144 14244
Cotton Markel. ,
NEW YORK. March 16.-OOTTON
Hlot. quirt; middling uplands, 8.90c; sales,
The market rinsed steady at a net gain
of from t to S points.
l-oado Block Market.
LONDON. March 16. American securi
ties on the stock market today were neg
lected. The only transactions recordeai
were In Canadian Pacific and Union Pa
cific. r r T.-s f T- 11 a . a
" , a--1 Tits vre-i uuutsj.
MOVFY-1c14 per cent.
DIHCOIINT RATEB Short bills, 14 pel
cent; three months, 34 per cent.
OMAHA. March 16. Hank clearing fm
Omaha today were $3,O10,S03.6& and foi
the corresponding day last year 83,069,-
Dry Goods Market.
NWW YORK. March 16. DRY OOOD3
Domestic markets, were steady and
quiet today. Cotton goods export trade
ahowed Improvement. There waa a slack
demand for bleach cloths and shepherd
checks for dress goods. Fall silk wer
shown and purchased.
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