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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY. APRIL 1, 1915.
OMAHA UYBJTOCK MARKET
Some Kinds f Cattle Steady Other
Kiadi WeaVerKTat Sheep Ten
BATHES SLOW TRADE IN HOGS
POCTH OMAHA. March It.
ftawlpt were: Cttl. Hg . Hhwp.
Official Mnndsr ....... 7? li.W
Official Tneaday 4,104
Istixnat Wednesday .. 4.W0
Three days' totals. ...I .RS
f-ams daya last weeA..13.,t
heme I wffki Biro I2.4fl
dmi I weeks ego 14.104
Ktm 4 wwki ago.... ..14.44
?mi days last year... 10,011
' Tha following' table mows the receipts
rf est tie. boa and sheep at tha South
Omaha liva stock market for the year to
2ate as ooopured with laat year:
lfiB. 114. Ine
Cattle 4 ., U.M4 S25.WS
HogB ,, 8S,7J 74X..M7
.reep , 714.K7 6,17 lb.770
Tha following tabla snows tha average
rice for hogs at tha South Omaha, live
toek sparky for tha last few days, with
UU I !,(. 1)414. 1lt .lll.rll.lIO jl
6 H'O .4
7.'-, IX i
67 10 31.
62 10 M
I Mj 7
4i,10 4.4 W
4 10 41 t 14
4110 HI 61
;1) H M
110 Ui t7
V 1 72
M 10 71 W
24 10 fcj Ml
2,10 67! '
( 41 t Ml
a a. .
1 o-., yc!
Uoflrta and dlapodtlon of I1v itm k
at th L'nlon tork Yards. Bouth Omaha,
for tha twraty-four houra erollnt at I
BC1FT8 CARLOADS. -
CatUe. lluga. Bnvop. li r a.
C, M. 4t St P
Mlroourt 1'acirto .... S
,1 nmn fa'Mfio 34
C. Ac N. W., oaat... IX
4.:. N. W.. weat... 4
C., t P.. M. Ac O.. 31
C H. O., 1
C. B. Ac Q .
'.. II. I. P.. eaat 10
i. V r .
CUcao O. W.
Total rcrtpt ...vm
. Cattla Hon. Shaap.
Morrla Co.,.. 444
Kwllt A Co , KDi
Cutlahy Packing Co Ml
Armour A Co , tii-l
fchwarti A Co ,
J. . W. liurs'hy
Morrall . M
J.lnroln I'acklnv Co.... Ill
,V. a. Vunnant Co....... J
Kenton, Vanaant At L,.. K!
Jltll ai Aon 14
K. B. Lwta 1
Huston At Co.....,,....'.., M
J. H. Jtoot At Co..v 1.13
J. 11. inula 47
U K Mima S4
Koavnsiock lima.. IS
F. T. KeU(ftK li
'Weiihrlmr 4k lrvn.. ki
I K. Hamilton 71
Hiillivan Hma 19
llclhM'lilld At Krebha.... &
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.... M
Bsikcr A Jonaa.. u
Tanner Hro. k w
John Harney 177 ,
lwnnla Ac Francla I
Lther buyar 41,1
Total 6,01 J 14.K7 I.KS
' CATTLli-The receipt of ' cattla wore
moderate thla morning, only U7 cars be
ing reported In. l'or the three days this
week rectupta amount to Kiil bead, b
Ii' larger than laat week by almual S.IO0
t.tad, and latscr than a year agi by
ovr 4,iil heed.
Handy light weight beeves were In good
riemunii at steady to atrong price aa
compared e.Ith yesterday. On tha other
hsna, heavy tattle were agam very alow,
wllh the tendency lower, l'or the week
tha general market on beef ateera !
t;v lower, heavy cattle auflerliif the moat
Cows and hflfer showed very lltOe
chaiike, pii.'.j a a rule burnt bout
Steady ami yesterday.
Feeder were In fair demand and
it. arty, while light stockera were stronger.
lJU(.'Hi..,t,i on rattle: Qood to i.holce
cornfej buevua, I. .4''-u7.76; fair td good
1 01 b fe, beeves, (T.lii'n , .40; common to lair
eornfed l-ive, ii.6twr7. 10; good to ohoue
hti'fra, M.i,.n;.0u; guod to choice rows,
s 7i-ri.60, fulr to good cows, tt.00-Vi6.7i.;
conu.iua to fair com a, UMh! j .00; good tu
choice atovkoi and feeUtra, l7.A-ii7.4ii.
flr to g.Kxl aloukers and feedera, le.tod)
7.; -onunon to lair Blocker and feed
er. w..Viii.7o; tM beiiera, e.77yfji.i0;
etmk cows, 15.:u.a: mock calves, $.M
.teT.W; vel calves. ,7.KST.ib; bulU. sUga.
- rt'-.. 44.7u.i4.O0l
Kcfireacutative - sales:
. N'a. Av. r. Ma.
4 ........... 1 16
to t:l 4 u 4.
I .lul 4 ;
a u 4 t 11
44 It 4 11
.... m t It
....Hut I X)
.... 4 '7 J
....12 1 n
....11 t 4
aC. '.un i 1
4.... m 4 a-... im
1J- ..e 4 a 7
1. U 4 J
I M 4 T 1 H4 I 44
1.... W IS I I IN
. i.......... ue tte i m M
sioinbita Axs ij a.tLUi...
3d it Is 4. tot 4 N
i '1 4 aa 11............ lit 1 e
U l T I 1 ,. ta la
iuj-Auinr tuiny liberal run
anowao tip id la morning, about U7 ears,
or 11. 6") head comprising tha day'a aunuiv.
The three daye' recvu.ta foot uo M.uU 1 1
head, being I.wai smaller than a weak ago,
but IXmu larger than laat year.
Ad Ices (rum oilier puluis were not
overly encouraging, and the lex-al market
cpad . rainw aluw. Shipping demand
ooiiuuued good, and moat of the shipping
sal. a vee made at pretty close to steady
prices, although eorae of them were
chin led jihtly lower. It might be
mentioned that during the laat two daya
Ilia outside demand haa been limited to
the e&trcine hjtht-wrtght alult, and while
there a a broad outlet fur llghl
eiiklits running muler pound, tt haa
bet-n el'ftuat liniHwalblo to gttt shipper to
I.-.4 at anyimiig weiauuig over 210
pounds. Lulk of today s sulpplng sales
aaa made at !..(.&, wilh a scatteiuig
aa htyti a V.
la in 1 a' firat off era Were around to
tower. Tbeae were aoon raued a ahada,
but tliey it-luaed to give alady figures,
and aa aelhis were aiog strong priiea
noiuing Has doue uutd a late hour tu
It waa aiimiat niiddey when aellera fin
sully ve In and cut loose at the packere'
Xiurca that la a ahade to 60 !wr than
ycteniay a killer trade. Once the move
ment waa started thin were lively
riouh. and it did not lake long to rleun
up piacti.ally every thing. Moat vt the.
i arking lu.fi aold around ta.6a.
liepFcaeulaliN e aaia:
No. At. - Fr. Me. at. Bk. Tt.
y u i ... 4 at
li .M M U 41 1,4 ... 4
41 J - ... 47s. tt. is ... a la
1 ... 4 111 .'..Hit 4 4 J't
) X ... 4 4 .1 Ml ... 4 4.1
biitLf-Ai a leeuil ol 'lueaday's auiia-
lai uwy market ai. oilier run ol liberal
i'.rado waa ll blftirat cuulributwr.
j'ie sua! act .,wn u in tM-tier at-uaoQ
tt.an on any previous day of the wtek,
w.tti nlpiM-r awl put ker buyers filling
. r.iita at the aairva tuna. 11. is comiu
l:on gave ti. trade s stronger tone, and
aa a r.iul 11m Liii bulk of tha 1 lei Ins
naa pitted up at an earlier hour than
ii TtM.-a.iay at pticre steady to a dime
I i, .iivr u laii.bs audi a oiiiut higoer on
.'M. .a In lit. a i oiin.-i'llon lt inight be
t..d thMt t a viH y-oi.e car of ii. lamb
ie. n.ia v. si.:; p. ,! BtrsiKht llirut:
ir .i.t i j,i,r-io, n.ekii.g a good iiuao) of
l.,e i.f;iiHa en,.ly iol..ald W I' Ii '
.. . ! a i'..n L.M-a. vv I. no aoiue sa.e
proportion a ho wed up this luurnlng, li.e H
'.i'i.uu being some a,7"i head, aa against ! II
I lt a waeek wo Slid 6.VJS two week ao. , II
1 1. a reotiwa weie all iauibe with tha aa- !i
lun of one car of cwa. Northurn I "
thay ara llttla If any hlehpr. Thr top
on lamba 9 90, having lAn paid for
to or thrc oa1a of Colorado ri ntnff.
Mod of tha lmt aold anvwhtrn from
ti'.A to IH.Ki, with quality, and morn anne
rtally tha ytt lihl.. In mont riwi dotprniln
Inic the nrla. Wuallty in eji-ro-ral rhowd
little rhariKa from yewu-rday. in the
aaed ahrrn division the moat notable
feature the HfhDont ewea, 2 an, I t
veara old, making another record for the
eaaon. the prlo being even money, I'. 00,
the hlRhent alnre 1. The rlraranre waa
murh like yenterdar, with the atrona
weight lamba aa a rule being neglected
until near the clone.
ljuntatlons on ehep and lamba: Lambs,
Mealcan. I 6". 1 10 10, UmlM, fed we-rn,
14.2n4i9.IKi: lamha. ahenrlnic. l.7of ,2l;
yearling". light, .7Mr0f: yrailinaa.
haavy, M.B0fi.i6; wethera, good to choice,
$7 Wl,.a-i; wethera, fair to good,
7.0; ewea. good to rholca, t7.7Vaa.nO; ewes,
fiilr to good, 7.i4i7 7fi.
No. Ar. Pr
7 lelcan latnba DO
l.nu Colorado lamha 70
HO rulla (9 I 0
2' Mexican ewea M m
4!"7 fed I Km be H2 f 7S
?47 Mculi an lamba M 6
14 native lamba T, t k;
t Mexican lamba -0 V
1 eulle 7 ft 2T.
135 fed lamba 7 9 7T.
U'l fed lamba ; 77 75
rull ag g 75
HOH8KS-The reoelpt were the heav
leat of tha aeaaon thla week, but like tha
tWo '!,a a big per cent of the
offering conatr-teri of The cheaper claeeen
which were ui in little demand. I'rloea
on ln' ",r"' 'vera unchanged from laat
week decline and tha clearance un-aatlafncton-.
All the better gradee ault
atda for army rurpcae, either French or
rttlah, aa well aa for tha commercial
trade In the eent, were In good refluent
at nrlrea fully rteady to alrong compared
with tl genernl run of ttaneactlona laet
wek The clearnnce on that kind waa
complete.. Ilorm-mcn Ray It haa been a
aallKfiK-tory week excepting on -the un
deajrable lnxmn conflicting of thin, out
clnnwd hor-w. of varloua alxea. and the
gieen. long halird and half broken young
t'k thnt Kbould In' Isept In the country
t.i inMture 'fie wnithern trade la Mill at
a -lan.tHlIll ;,ero waa llttla, if anything
d m.. In nui:.n i;.l .,k, leaving the mar
ket on them tel.lv unchanged.
on .Monday lra.1. ta darted In on a new
big order fr (be amullrr claaaea of hnraea
for ariillery or g,,nner. The aic
flcatlona reo.ilre a hurae from i to
year old. weighing from I.000 to IN)
pounda and standing from fifteen to fif
taon and ono-lialf handa high. ,
CntCAfJO LIVB iTOCK MARKET
(rtll laaettl.a llnma
eelpta 11,000 bead; market unaattled; na
tlva ateera. tA.H.,.76: western. 5.Mi7 40-
mna "T. U VXri.li: calves, I7.0W
head; market, firm;
Kanana City Live Btok Market.
KANUAJ CITY, March Bl.-CATLR-Rwelpta,
4.4U0 h-ad; market for heavy
"teera weak, other higher; prime fed
VTi"' , oreaaed heef ateera, 17.00
, .aWH.76; stockera
and feedera. K ffi'0.50; bulla, 6.tiMM
calvea, IH.oo-olD.ftO '".
HiX38Kecelpt, 12.000 head; market
lower: bulk, tV.i a.S0; heavy, W.6,V.r.85:
puckers and butchers, W.0iu.7i; light
.flv,l.K2H; PlK. t.4ty,ifl v..
KliBKI AND IMIIS-IUcelrH. R.3O0
ii'-ad; market atrong; lamba, 2r,i vo-
t. Loals Lire Btark Market.
ST. LOUIS. Ma. March M.-CATTLK-necp,-
t4i head; higher; native be
steers. t7.Cuvr.m; cowa and heifers, &.601t'
t.60- .outhern ateera, -..2unS.75; iiowa and
J'J''rs, 4.ooa.o; native calves. t.x
KOOA-RecelpU, 10,300 heart; market
Low.eri ,BL" ". IS.&tnrt.fo; mixed
m Butchers, to.77xu7.16; good heavy, kH
HUEKP AND LAMnft Raoolnta tanA
bend: market stroiis: native muitnna iitit.
00; iiimbs, IK.764riO.00; yesrllnits, n.UxS
I.W; sheared, yearilnga. ta.aotil.oO.
Mines City 1,1 ye oek Market.
Heoelptg. 2,fti0 head: market firm: natlva
ateera, ta.X'xtr'T.au; butchers, li.COtfi7,On;
cowa and helfera, t4.7MK.0R; stockers and
feeders. tAOO'rtii.dO: calve, tiki a 75; bulls,
atavs. etc.. MftimSW.
lUiijH-lteelpt. T.ROfi head: market.
steady: heavv. U S7'M1( SV mlxnd aiiV.1T)
67S: light, ta.46.66; bulk of aalea, kit
HHEEP AND LAJIB8Recelpt, too
St. Joaenh It ye Ktaek Market.
ST. JOSKPH. March Sl.-CATTI.ir
Receipt. l.y hesd: market, steady;
teers. 7.00!(il S6; cow and heifers. t4.2C.1f
V6: caives. 17 00.9.36. ,
HOOit-Recelnts. 7 000 hesd: market
lower; top, tfi id; hulk. I'l OfWHS.TO.
miKKI' AND I.AM 118 -Receipts. S.0u0
head; market ateady; lambs, Is.ivtfSTS.
Kaasaa City f!i
ila and Vrovlsloas.
March 31. WHEAT
No. I hard. gl.4Ktfjl.fa: Vfo. t red, 11,40
way. 11. 4J,; July. )
per. n.iHsn I.V4S.
OORN-No. I mixed. 73Hc: No. I white,
7SHW4C, No. I yellow, 78c: No. 1, 72c; Muv.
7m7li4c; July 73Sc; September. 7;I4J
OAT8 No. I white. 7H4J6c;
The Heat Medietas fop Ceagka.
The first dose of Dr. King's New Dis
covery helps your rough, soothe throat;
get a bottle today. 60c. All druggist.
, I'O'IVU IBWtr: Oil IT link.
Wi(.87'4: mixed tf, .. 7ii. i. .,'.. TJ H
?:L!"v.tiv,'iK; plga.' I.u0rni.o.'
iicr.r Ann i.amhm n
T-. p., I
V &27 Smart Turbans, 0?AS&A
L2r Sailors, Pokes Z!
ys- f OUR A. oF
.. . L HAT SALE A . .
Trimmed with now- U rji . . J If you seek an inex-
en. quills, icings, I gjg 'I fa(pf I P'. 5ftfr llat
velvet and silk no- jl yM !? V? 899
, , ,. ft 7 jf I thtst wonderful crc-
lonj cnJ nowftiM. --51 () f ationl al t4-33-
s fti I HAYDEN .wf
WiS i n X7))
f f) Com hand See Lt , Jgjy
J Thett Wonderful """Tj
('7TT lld Ml W0rth ' h - W
ji X'C from S7.S0 Upward 1
HEW YORK STOCK MARKET,
Trading in Secnritiei on Exchange
Eclipif 1 All Record in Point
PAMCKY FEELING IS THE CAUSE
XKW YORK. March Sl -Trar!lng In se
curities today eclipsed all record In
point of volume since the cloning dav
of last July when the market was
churned Into a state of furloua activity
at declining prlcea because of panbky
feeling engendered by the foreign altus
tlon. There were signs In the cour.e of
tortsy's seaKlon. however, that absorption
of high-grsde Investment issues had about
reached the limit of It capacity for a
Over 0 per cent of the total output wsa
limited to specialties and the common
stock of the Chicago, Bock Island ft Pa
cific railway. Motor and equipment la-'
sue and othera far more obscure con
tributed an unusually large quota.
Vhtle these stocks were changing hsnns
In blocks of l.oW) or more shares, I'nlted
State Hteel, Amalgamated Copper. Head
ing and the transcontinental, rsllers were
lagging behind. In fact, liquidation of
these Issues was plainly evident. This
was accepted aa proof that Inxlders and
conservative Investors had determined to
withdraw their commitments pending' a
restoration of more normal market con
The further rise In Rock Island was
again without explanation, hui. bore all
the marks of an oen content with the
annual meeting, which Is to J held April
ii. nemienem teei, wnicn naa recenjiy
been the source of much speculation and
conjecture, was heavy at all tlraea. re
cording a net loes of two points. The
market'a tone at the rinse waa Irregular,
a number of standard ehares selling un
der the preceding dsy's flnsl figures.
neneral financial news deslt mainly
with the 'question of additional foreign
loans. Improvement In the steel trsde.
chiefly as a result of further large orders
placed by Kmr"in governments, snd
some more railroad alateroenta for Feb
ruary, Northern Pacific showing a net
gain of M.".7,000.
Total aalea of storks amounted to 74VO)
Hoixl were active, strong and brosd,
with total sales, par value, of 4.S2X,0O0.
United States bonds were unchanged on
After the close of the market announce,
ment was made of the aliolitlon of all
minimum prices which have been In force
elnca December 15, last. The HtoeK ex
change authorttlea pointed out that thla
action waa taken because of the Improve
ment In financial affaire throughout the
country reaultlng largely from tbe for
eign trade situation.
Number of aalea and leading Quotation
on atocka today were:
Rich. Iw. dm
All'ka Oot4 1.400 B.'i M, MH
Amal(na6 'pver .... t3.l M
Amer. KM ffatr 4 fntl 44
American t'41. 2xi 12
Am. Smelt. It Ref 4.MM) i
Am. Pmelt. f. pta., iv vn
Am. Huar Refining...
2,zn imn 10444
Ant Tat. Tal...
Anacoada Mining .....
Ilrooklrn kapl4 Tranalt.
California I'efrnlaura ...
Cheaapaake A tbln.
ftiln Oreat Weatara l.ono
(1llrH,, Mil. A St. I'. 1,W
Colnraria r. A I
Cntorada A gouthara....
tMnrar A It. O
I.eiiTer 4k K. O. sfd
(lenaeal Klaetrlo ....
Or Nnfihem phi.
J. 300 11'4 .1171, 117
Uraat ' Knrlham .Ore rtfa i,m Si
(l.issenhalm Rxph.nitloQ i.hao M
1 1 he la Central .. 2.4 14
lntrlianiiith-Met. pt4J. . 2n.44)
liwplratloa Cnppar 10,104 V
Kanaaa lr Southern... 1,100 tn
Lhlli Vallar' l,xn 1.17H 1I4 IMS
lanaTiiia r.aanTiue, 7 ill im i
Mailcaa Petrolean .... I.l 7S
Miami Covpar .) Hi
Mo., Kaa. A Tax 14. io 14'
M laaeurl Paelfla
Natlnoal ntarult ,
Navada Topper ,
New York Central...,
N. Y.. N. H. A H
Norfolk 4V Waatara...,
Parma Tel. ft Tel..,
Pulimaa Palaea Car...
e iMi 120
. 17. in i ws
I.700 IOV4 104S 1044
1.2V4 10 S 1S
1.40 147 S WIS VMS
ear Omaolldata Capper t.Ma
.... 24. 100 147ka Ht,
Kapublln Iran A Btawl., I.am
ftark laland tfl 30
Hork l.land On. Bid ... LMM
SI. U. A H. P. M Bid
font hern rartfts 4. too r?'4
Hoiithar Railway 1.100 7S
Tanneanaa t'epnar fra) .tovt.
raaaa ivimpanT ...
l'nlon Pftrifio .....
I'nlna talll ptd..
. I.n4 1434 140
. 11,7S 1--4
4S 4S 4S
', 106S lOt.U,
7.IS M MS
IS 41 2S
47 r, u.
72S 7IS 71 s
t'nlted Slata Slaal ll.Ma)
Dnltaa tales Hlaal I4
I'Uh Tnppr 11,200
Walwah pM , t.l
Waatarn In Ion t.VM
Wej.tinxh-.uaa Blactrte.. A04
Total auara lor the day. 745.44,
Loral Btarke aatl BoaA.
Quetatlnni furnlahad by Vnraa, Krlnkar ft Oe.,
444 Oman Nallenal Dank tHiig.. Onaaha:
aatnc Craamerr pfl 94 BT
t.eara A rVk, pld , II 14
Kalrwont Oraamary 7 pf4 B 100
Moaard St ova Work .. . 71
IJnenln Tal. ft Tal. Ca M M
Ou.aha ft Ca. Blufte St. Ry. Ca ... M IT
Omaha A Co. blotta St, Ky. pld.... 71 TT
aula Bank of Omaha ,114 1
Tn Citr Hy. A IJht r p
I'uloa rltoi-k Tarda. Omaha 44
Toa 4as ft Klea. la, 1T7 (Nak.).. at
IVaiglaa 0. Neb. 4a. 12 14
Oar. Imp. Oor. Traaa. Not la 1114 S
Uaeola Traa. aa. )3 M
llunirtdt of Them
- Sailors, Pokes
Ness York Meaey Market.
NEW YORK. March 31 MONET-On
call, ateady; high, 2 jer cent; low, IV per
cent; ruling rat. 2 per cent; last loan,
l' ler cent; cloning bid, lfi per cent; of
fered at Vt per cent.
TIME IXIANS-Mrm: sixty dav. 2'4!
2 per cent; ninety duvs, 2vtf3 per cent;
six months, IS, per cent.
STKKUNO KXCHANOE Ptady;
sixty-day bills. H.7750; for cables, I4.&15;
for demand. 14 7976.
SILVER I$ar, 497kc; Mexican dollars,
HOND8 Oovernment, steady; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today were
follows: . . ...
0. A ret. 2a. rag... WK. T. C. sea- S 7S
4 coapoa S N. Y. C. 4S. lMl.KMS
V a la, rag 11 N. Y. 8. 4Sa 10SS
do eaupoa 11 N. T . N. H. ft H.
tj. g. 4a rag lot trr. 4a 11
da eoupoa nova Northers Paclfl c4a l?S
ranama la coapoe,.li do ta . 4S
Am. Kmeltarw aa..l"i o. 8. u ret. aa....
A T. A T. c. 4S.loo Pac. T. ft T. IS.... t
Armour A Ca. 4S.. "S 'l enn. con. 4a r7S
At' htaon fren. 4a ... t.1'4 Reading lea. 4 MS
Hal. A Ohio 4a.... S9 'S. Lt. ft H. F. r. 4a 70
I hea. A Ohla 4Sa.. 17 So. pBe. cr. 4 121
'. H. A W . 4a..S4S do. ref. 4a SS
c. it. A 8. P. g Sa av.. Rallvar S 4
-. ft If. ref. 4Sa - US t'nloa Parlllc 4a.... OSS
R. ft K. (J. ret. 6a 41 do ct. 4a
Krle sen. 4a 44 V. 8. Rubber 4a. ..102S
Oenaral Klactrlc I, .losu u. H. Steel la 403
Ureal No. lat 4S S 'Wabaah let 6s S
III. 1 en ret. 4a.... MS Weat. t'nloa 4Sa..2
K. r. H. ref. nW'snt. F.lee. ey. 6s. 1S
h. A N. an. 4a.... tn 8. P. ct. 6a M
M . K. A T. lat 4a Ml '. M. A 8. P. Ola. 101 S
Mo. Pae. ct. I..., 41 panaa Coa. 4SS....107S
London Wtork Market.
LONDON, March 31. American secur
ities on the stock market today were
quieter. Mont of the marklnga were In
Canadian Pacific and Amalgamated Cop
ier. The market 'hardened In the after
noon end closed steady.
HILVER Bur, 23S;d per ounce.
MOXKV- 1'tilS per cent. Discount rates.
short bills, "i per cent; t months, 2 per
NEW YORK, March 31.-CXPFEE-The
market tor cotree future was rather
more active today and after opening gt
an advance of 1 to 6 prrinta prlcea worked
higher on a scattering demand which
seemed to come partly from Wall street
and Cotton exchange sources. The close
wss S to 7 points net higher. Bales were
3i.2u0 bags. March. 7.7c: April, i.izc;
May, 4.19c; June, 4 24c; July, 7.33c; Au
gust. 7.40c: September. 7.4Rc: October 7.63c
November, 7.6Sc; December, 7.84c; Janu
ary, 7.69c: February, 7.74o. Boot, steady;
Kin No. 7, 8c; Han to No. 4, 10tc. Cost
snd freight markets were reported firm
with prices about unchanged. Rio ex
change wss l-16d higher and an advance
of 126 rels was reported In the Rio mar
ket, while Pantos was 60 rels lower.
NTCW TORK, March SI -COTTON
spot, steady; , middling; uplands,, S.SOc;
sales. 1.700 bales.
Futures closed steady; May, B.T7c; July,
lO.nfcc; October, 10.3c; December, 10.66c;
January, 10 file.
The Cotton market closed several
point 'off from the best under realising,
but the final tone was steady at a net
gain of from to 11 points.
L1VERPOOU March 31.-COTTON Spot
steady; good middling, n.KXd; middling,
6.524; low middling, 6. ltd; sales. 6,000 balea.
Dry Joode Market.
NEW YORK. March Sl.-DRY OOOD8-
Cotton gnotla were firm at advances to
day. Yarns were hltrher. Worsted varna
advanced Vic per pound for knitting pur
poses. Embroideries were more active.
Men's wear was quiet.'
Four Autoists Drown
In Eiver as Machine
Jumps from Bridge
SEATTLE, Waah. March Four per
sona were drowned in ,the Duwamlah
river late today when an automobile be
longing to Mrs. Morgan J. Carkeek ran
off a bridge at Allenterwn, ten mile
south of Beat tie. All in the car except
Mrs. Carkeek and her Japa.iese chauffeur
lost their lives.
Mr. and Mra Thomas W, Prosch, Mist
Margaret Lenora Denny and Mrs.. Har
riet Foster Beecher, an i artist, were
The parly, a delegation -from the Seattle
Historical society, was going to Tacoma
to inspeet the exhibit of the state his
torical society there.
The chauffeur. Paul Kanla, applied the
brakes suddenly aa the car ran onto the
slippers approach to the bridge... The
automobile akldded, crashed through the
railing snd turned a complete somer
sault as It fell thirty feet to the river
below. The four who were drowned were
caught in the wreckage of the car.
The chauffeur lumped clear as the
automobile fell and swam safely to shore.
Mrs. Carkeek also succeeded In getting
dear of the wreckage and took refuge
on top of tha car, where aha stood waist
deep In the water-until rescuers cam, to
The Be Wgat Ads Are Best Bualneag
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MRS. FERRISGOESOH STAND
Deniei Statements Made by Her For
mer Hatband that She Wat
ALSO DENIES FAINTING YARN
Mr. Delia Ferris' 21 years old, testify
ing for Grsndlson Ferris, to whom she Is
now married. In the I25.O0O guit brought
against him by Ernest Olcrn, her former
husband, denied before a Jury In Judge
Troup's district court that she and Ferrlg
were partially dinrobed when Olsen found
them together In her room early In the
morning while she was still Mrs. Olsen.
Olsen told of the oor anion to aunnort
his claim that Ferris alienated the affec
tions of his wife.
Mr. Ferrts admitted that Ferris was
In her room at Twentieth and Douglas
Easter Sale Specials Thursday We
10c Handkerchiefs 10c
A beautiful line of fine Em-
broidered nnd Lace Trim
med Handkerchiefs, 20c . And
2uc values, great snap, at,
each ........ 10t
Men's Silk Four-in-Hand Ties All
new spring colors and styles, 50c to
$1.00 valueH, 25 and 45
Regular 25o qualities .10
Men's 35c Silk Socks Every pair
perfect, all colors and sizes,' at, per
Men's 15c and 25c Cotton
Socks in all colors, all guar
anteed pexfect, two lots
at. 124 and 8V3
Men's $1.00 and $1.50 Union
Suits, best styles, medium
weight, all sizes, 081 69
"Men's Mercerized Madras
Shirts, to $.3 values, in all the
best styles and colors
at . ....... . .98? and 69
A Great Underpricing of Choice
4 to 8 inches wide; In
cream, ecru or white,
suitable for collart, cutis
and vesteea, 10d, 15,
25, 20t . 30?
.A Wealth of Spring Garment Beauty. Displayed in
Our Easter Sales at the Most Attractive Low Prices
Hundreds of New Suits just
received will be placed on
TWO GREAT SPECIALS
Tailored Suits Made to sell
at $35.00 to $39.00.-
All most popular fabrics, in
cluding silk f allies, gabar
dines, . poplins, check and
novelty, suitings, in the sea
son's newest colors.
Tailored Suits vorth $20.00
and $22.50 $15.00
Nobby spring styles in
men's wear serges, fine pop
lins nnd check suitings, all
sizes for ladies and misses;
values seldom equaled here
or elsewhere. See them
Hayden's Make the
wa aa wot balea- ta any assenta
tions, trust or eomblnauea la hold
up tie people.
Our aim la quality goods and a
saving of 1 1 to 60 per cent on the
coat of living.
41-lb. aacks beat high grade Diamond
H Flour, nothing finer for bread,.
plea or cakea, aavck gta
Make your own bread at a coel of
centa a loaf It paya.
14 iba best Granulated Sugar, .fl.04
10 bare Heal-'Km-All, Diamond O.
Lenox or Lundry Queea White
I.aundry Soap SS4J
4 14-ounee rana Condensed Milk toe
Tall rana Alaska Halnion lOe
t-lb. cans fancy Sweet Hugar fjjru
for , "Via
J-lb. rana Farly June Peas. Wit,
String. Orten or Lima Beans.. ?V
t-lb. cans Hominy, Kauer Kraut,
Pumpkin or Baked Beans Va
1-lb. pkg. Virginia Smoking Tobacco
for jt .Ifte
Irge bottles Worcester Kauce,
Pure Tomato Cataup, Picklea. as
sorted kinds, or Prepaj-ed Mustard,
1-lb. rana Asaortad Roups
4 lba. fancy Japan Bice. ISe quality,
4 Hm. fancy Pearl Tapioca . .Soe
8 lba beet White or Yellow Corn
meal t Ha. best Rolled White Break f war
Hershey's Breakfaat Cocoa. lb.,.e
C.Men Kantoa Coffee, lb SAO
Tat BXBT CallKlBT llTTTia,
carton ST Val . oe
The beat atrlctly fresh No. 1 Eg.
per dosen Sue.
None finer or freaher at any pnoa.
Fancy No. 1 Country Creaunery Hol
ier, lh Ida
Fancy No. t Dairy Tabla Butter, soe
streets at the time named by Olsen.
"I wss fully dressed and Mr. Ferris
still had Ms overcoat on," she ratified
"It was about 7 o'clock in the morning
and my bed had been made. I had
called. Mr. Ferris by telephone asking
him to take me to breakfast and t had
to dress in order to go to the telephone,
which wus located downstairs.
"He was in the room only a few min
utes when Mr. Olsen arrived. He knocked
at the door and waa admitted. 1 '.n't
remember which one opened the door.
"Mr. Ferris ssd I never conducted our
selves improperly previous to our mar
riage." Olaea'a Testimony Different.
Olsen's testimony was to the effect that
the door was not opened Immediately,
and that Mr. and Mrs. Ferris' were not
An orange, alleged to have been poi
soned and eaten by Mrs. Ferris when she
was Olssn's wife, entered Into her testi
mony. She gave lt as her opinion that
The Greatest Value-Giving Sale of Men's Furnishings
Ever Held in Omaha Begins on Thursday at Hayden's
Nearly two months of careful preparation for this great before Eas
ter Sale carefully selecting only the best of the many sample lines and
makers 'surplus stocks offered us, places us in a better position to sup
ply your every wish in furnishing at a real bargain price than ever belt-
Sale Begins Thursday and Will Continue While Goods Last. There
. any Other Splendid Specials Thursday.
Men's Bath Robes,
sell up to $12, great values,
at $3.98, $3.98 .to $5.98
Men's $3 Union Suits, light
wool, all sizes $1.98
Men's $1.00 and $1.50 Shirts
with or without collars, all
colors, big assortment of pat
terns, at, choice 49
Men's Heavy Work Shirts,
50c values, all aWes . . . .35
Oomplet; nnd Beau tiful collection of
27 In. wide, broad as
sortment of beautiful
patterns, values up to
$1.60 yard, on aale, at,
A splendid line of black
Oriental Lace Flounc
ings, rich patterns, on
for Selection at Each Price
Grocery Prices People
Good Dairy Butter, lb. ,t3
1 lba. good Hutterme aao
Full Cream. New York White. WU-
conain Cream or Young America
Cheese, lb. '. Soe
Jenny Bros. Famous Brick Cheese,
per lb aoe
Best 1 imported Swiss or. Roquefort
Cheese, lb. ...400
Fancy Queen Olives,; quart 40e
raw tou ivcxwutT nov
Guaranteed absolutely pure New
York Buckwheat Flour, speolal, a
lba. for ......... .Sao
Tor you Zaster ZASsbs. Kasss,
laooi aad PeUoateeaea. wa will
have the flaaw Uae ta the dty
Xtaydaaa for Qaaiity aaaata,
rsioiax. taLAo vatet.
Okiauj Airo rioaiDt oaAra
ravir gAi.c, tub imvix or
lit slse Highland Navels, dosen. gSe)
114 sise Highland Navel, dosen. aoe
'HO slse Highland Navels, dosen. 800
5)4 sise Highland Navels, dosen. 15a
5S0 sise Hiahland Navels, do. ltHe
r boa. any atae aa.aa
run TiottuiB Htiui rom
15 lba. best rooking Potatoes. .lTUe
Demand It lbs. tha law requlrea ft.
Fresh Beets. Carrots, Turnip. Shal
lots or Radishes, bunch e
Freah Kolnach. per peck. aoe
Fresh Head Lettuoa, head, .he, TVe
I heads freah 1-eaf lettu.e t
I Arc a No. 1 Hothouse Cucumbers l&e
Good Cooking Applea. peck AOo
l-ancy. California Rhubarb, lb.... Be
Fancy Calif. Cauliflower, lb.. .TUO
Kaucy Rweet Potatoea. lb. te
Fancy large Celery, head TWo
C.reen Pepuere. 3 for 30
New Potatoea. lb TUe
Favnry California Aaparagus. lb. aoe
I , orange on the
but tt waa pr
"1 gave my wife an ,
morning she refers to.
poisoned," said Olsen.
T a la aa Mb T
charge. She never Claimed any rucn
Attorney Matt Gerlng. who represent
Olsen, attempted to Induce Mrs. Ferris
during cross-examination to admit that
she fainted at a dance at the Douglss
auditorium because Ferris had danced
with arfother woman. She admitted hav
ing ralnted, but denied that that was the
I had been dancing with anothet?
man," she declared.
Several attorneys are engaged
trial of the suit, but by agreement of
counsel arguments concerning the tender
passion have been, left to Mr. Gerlng
and City Attorney Rlne. who re re
garded as most expert in dealing with
this subjoct Former Supreme Court
Justice Oldham Is assisting Mr. Rlne lq
A wonderful choice lot of
Striped Millinery Ribbons,
In all best' colora ' and - all
widtha, tpeclala at
yard 10 to 59t
the orange had been poisoned.
Men's Pyjamas and Night Shirts
Mercerized madras in plain colors
and neat stripes, regular values to
$1.50, choice ...69
$2.00 and $3.00 Silk Madras and
Pongee Pyjamas and Night Shirts,
all newest colors, . .1.45 & 982
Laces for Easter
Lsvcea tn Omaha.
Big assortment, specials,
yd.. 3K. 5 & 7W
A fine collection, yard.
t 5c. 7 Ha and 10
Superior Values, Too.
New Silk Suits 75 beauties
just received, notwo alike,
every one a distinctive
model, the richest colorings
and weaves; pricings range
$55 to $ 75
A Great Showing of the New
Spring Coat Styles.
THE NEW DRESSES
are certainly beauties, a
wonderful assortment for se
lection at most . moderate
pricings. You'll te surprised
at the values shown at
$7.95, $12.95, $19.50, $25
Don't Miss the New Waists
at.. $2.95, $3.95, $4.95, $$.95
Values you 11 find excep
Blooqtlng Plants of AU Kinds
Splreas, Atallas, fine Hyacinths,
Datfodlli. Tulips, Hydrangea,
etc., ' etc., at most attractive
pricings. Buy your flowers for
A full line of Garden and
Flower Seeds. Prepare for
Kentucky Blue Grass Seed,
special, at 20 pound.
Always resh.C high class
stock In Floral V lpartment.
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