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THE BKK: OMAHA, F1UDAY. Al'lllL J, 19i;.
i Iteeera and ntleaea.
7-TtOC'M ml modern. 21 w Purker St.
an and Ftornge
fall us for es-
(mates for mov-
1sg. Mcln, shipping. 1713 Webster 8U
13 per month up. un fax ton.
Gordon Van Co.S;
21 N. Uth ft
Tel. D. 394 or Web. lie
2 CA INDWELL rooms, partly mod
em. 116: adults only; walking distance.
BKMI8 PARK MO Hawthorne, 8 rms..
strictly modern, lot and location most
Mestrable. good value al WO. For $45.
W ehater 1736, or Ivuiglas 3017.
CALDWF.LL Walking dlKtance. 7
ronmi, modern except heat, first-class
condition, rent reasonable. Web. 37?,
SKVEN-KOOM modern houae. lot 8.36 Ht
3-room mod. houae. 2613 Chicago. U. 8146.
ORACE-4 pleasant rooms, (round
floor, tl4 month. Tel. Web. 67S4.
Karnnm. D. svn
t ROOVS. 3867 Jonea St. $S0. Never been
occupied. Sleeping porch: oak finish;
modern throughout. Apply 305 8. 17th St
Phone Douglas 64ST.
Tlminna ln "-" Parta of tha city.
m;um,B Crelgh Bona St Co., Bee Bldg.
t:4 N. 2TH PT., $20. Tel. Harney l0.
7-RM. mod. house. Florence. Florence 24J.
Stare aad Offices. I
DOWNTOWN SHOP AND DWKLLINO.
Four rooma above, larae ahoD below.
eultable for carpenter, plumber or storage
oi auumoDiie; fjo per month.
J. H. DCMONT & CO..
416-1$ State Bank Bids- Phone Doug. C9Q.
. REAL ESTATE
FARM A RANCH LAND) FOB 8 ALB
STOP! LOOK! READ!
Now la tha time to come to Canada and
bur a food farm. Tha aafeat investment
on earth U earth itaelf. I have aoma of
tha cbolooet wheat and flax land In West
ern Canada that will make you money.
Cloao to town, consolidated achool and
church. Be me lor cheap Investments
Seventeen jreara' experience in Western
Canada landa. P. II. Bovalr, D"Arcy,
SETTLERS ONLT-Ut aeraa foe ITA
ttacn corn, aitaire aad waeat land: no
asaa. j . jl. Tracy, iron Morgan. Colo.
BIGGEST land aala of tbo rear now on.
100 forty-acre farms 64K each. Good land.
Well settled locality. Cloae to railroad.
til per aero la. half actual value. Ureat
eat bargains In South Missouri at senaa
tlonal prices. Wrtta today for fraa liter-.
ature. u. jnernarn. Kills . a) Benton.
BARGAIN 240-e ere farm 20 tnllea from
Minneapolis; 140 acres ujder cultivation,
40 acres erood meadow. 8m acres timbered
pasture! can practically all b cultivated;
food corn land; farm la fenoed; 10-room
house, barn, granary. mach,ne a lied, wind-
mill, eto.: 11 head good milk eowa, 4 good
horses, harnesses, wagons, compleM aat
of machinery, hogs, chickens and ovary
thins on tha farm aoes at 146 ler acre:
t,0uv cash, baianco can atand for 10 years
at ( per cent. Schwab Bros., 102$ J'ly
mouth Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
REAIi ESTATE XOnTH SiDK
FOR SALK ON EASY
Thla houae, finished In oak In principal
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Export House i Are Standing Fat on
May Wheat Market and De
MILLERS QUIT BUYING WHEAT
one of the most heautlrul and conveni
ently arranred bungalows I have ever of
fered for sale.
It la subetsntially built la modern
throughout and ia located- half block
from car line.
It la in a high class section of, the city.
surrounded by all new homes.
Tnia house ran be gotten rcaay ior oc
cupancy In a very short time.
The purchaser can have his choice of
electric fixtures and wall decorations.
He euro to aee thla at one If you want
to buy a beautiful home.
TERMS ON THIS HOI BE:
$350 Cash; Baianco Like Rent
Phone mo todav and arrange to have
me rail for you.
Call walnut fil between 7 P. m. and a so
p. m , and call Douglna 2926 In day time.
E. P. Wright
OMAHA, April 1, 1315.
One of the laigrr houses In the export
trade has been ordered to "atand pat on
a line of Ions M u v vhntl This nrilcr
rooma. with' fireplace In living room, la 1 ''"'"ea from concerns at the seaboard, and
...r- uunnm ia ior account or at leest two
governments abroad, as well as several
export concerns. at the seaboard. The
order to "atand and demand delivery"
has also been placed In brokers hands at
Minneapolis, Duluth and Winnipeg. May
wheat aborts will be obliged to obtain
enough of that grain to fill their con
tracts or go Into the pit and bid.
There Is no ccntract wheat with which
to make deliveries on May eontracta, and
J" other markets the contract
"J.1" held by the tongs in Mav.
.iwiiJ0"1...1? J1"1'- reeterdav and
"wl Ht'le reactionary power from the
nottom prices reached. Strength early
broucht out Increased quantities, and
i.,,-.iJ,rlrrrtc, Proved to 1 the higheet
'eeia of the session
amounted to ,np0 buahel
hr.J?K5-th ior r obtained K
busheia. Mlllera want no wheat to speak
" ,ro aeiiing little flour and
many mills of the west and northwest
are closed down temporarily.
Liverpool was a atrong wheat market
jweraay wttu small recelpta and da-
trwing biock aa the leading Influence.
Receipta In the 1'nlted Kingdom last
. "rr" omr i.uD.iw tu., which waa
i.nv,uiiv ou. anort ot wreklv requirements.
t orn showed loanea of 11c yesterday
and reatlna- snots w.r .),
est levels reached. The cash trad waa
small at 146.0U0 bu.. of which 7&.O0O hu.
were from one shipper to another. Tho
buying of corn waa purely speculative
and mainly In tha way of taking profits.
Tuesday s advances were lost yester-
m umn nmi ins unurnnne was ncavy.
C'aali sales reported were.onlv at 0) bu.
At the moment oats have few substan
Hedging by Packers and scattered
liquidation by longs were tha weakening
factors ln the provisions market yester
Omaha Spot Market-Wheat waa un
changed to io higher; corn, unchanged,
to Ho higher; oata unchanged to Vc lower.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour.
equal to l.gix.oro bu.; corn, riTK.onn bu.;
oata, 639,000 bu.
Liverpool close: Not quoted.
Primary wheat receipts were 7MW bu.
snd shipments 311,0oa hu., aJtalnst receipts
of ata.OOi) bu. and shipments of 3t6,0t bu.
Primary com receipts were 804.000 bu.
and shipments 41,000 bu., against receipts
or 4.ouo bu. and shipments of 4V7.O0O bu.
Primary oats receipts were 65S.000 hu.
and shipments 742, (mo bu.. against receipts
of 677,000 bu. and shipments of 733,OC0 bu.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Beautiful 7-Koom House
Easy Payment Plan
Thla house is modern throughout, laces
east, located half block from car line, haa
nncR nrwpiaco at south and ot living
room, which Is very large.
There Is also a I a rue gun porch, besides
dining robm and kitchen on first floor.
The three principal rooms are finished
In oak with oak stairway in living room.
There are three nice large bed rooma
and the hath upstairs.
The rooma are beautifully decorated.
The houae Is heated by furnace, and
there Is an automatic gaa heater In
stalled. Terms of Sale $500.00 Cash
Balance $50.00 Per Month.
Telephone owner today for further par
ticulars. CALL, WAIJsUT fifi
A splendid now bungalow, five rooms
and bath, with beautiful oak finish and
floors; built-in bookcases and buffet, set
In bevel plate glass; large attlo and base
ment; classy up-to-date lighting fixtures;
guaranteed furnace; large lot. Located
aiTS Lariniore Ave. Price, 13,260. Easy
Norris & Norris
mVVVn'"M,n,'4uotopn-OHAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
quotations ranged aa rmiowa:
A rttclel Open. Hlgh, lxw. C lose. tea'y.
Wheat I i I
May. i (Hi 1 dr! 1 M 1 W 1 M
July. 1 11V 1 lr! 1 11 1 Iai
May. 7IS 7 75Mi 71 72H
July. 76l Tb 744 7&H 7:4
Oata; I 1
May. KSI S7; W4j 574 57
July. &3H 64 f3Vk M &T
Mav. 17 00 17 OS 1 H 17 0i 17
July. 17 44 17 56 17 30 17 f 17 M
May. 100 10 10 10 07H1 10
July. 10 10 15 10 ITO 10 3& 10 M'i
May. H7t K K -n4 9 W
July. 10W 10 10 IB 1074 10 KH
Cattle Move Quite Freely at Steady
to Stronger Pricej Fat Sheep
Steady to Strong.
LIBERAL SUTFLY OF HOGS
ROUTlt OMAHA. April 1, 11S.
Official Monday ...
Official Tuesday ...
Cattle. Hogs, fheep.
.. 5 04 7 .M 17
.. .ir4 ll.an? .W4
., 4. ." 10 i4
... i.JOO 14,0(Xt .5
&0 more than
400 Bee Building.
Phono Douglas 4370.
Why Pay Kent?
This' is just tho place you have been
looking for 10 acres located In the fa
mous Rod River Valley, Polk county,
Minn., t miles from town: rich, black
loam, clay subsoil; 1U0 acres broke, second
crop or! land now. Wa will erect set of
buildings to suit buyer on a CASH PAY
MENT of tCOO, balance 111 per aore each
year. We will furnish you with all tno
cows and hogs you can handle. You pay
for them . out of half tho cream checks
and half tho Increase.
THB VOOEL KKALTY" AGENCY.
101&-1 W. O. W. Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
$30 CASH AND WO PER MONTH
Secures new. all modern, 6-room house,
east front, and In new location, only 1V4
blocks from car line. This house haa S
rooms and sleeping porch first floor and
two rooms and bath second floor.
This Is the last house I have for sale
on the above terms.
For further Information call Walnut i2
between 7 p. m. said 1:80 p. m., or call
Douglas 292e in day time.
E. P. WRIGHT.
Five rooms, elegantly furnished bath
MW.m K. --mn,, . , , . ., ... -4 . . 1 u -II ...4
ern, south front; lot on paved street with
paving an paid, located just north or
Bemls Park on Seward St Make an ap-
pujiuinenf to aee ims.
N U. (1. UAKljJiiUKtr, ,
512 Brandcls Theater Bldg. .
HAVE 120 acres of Minnesota land, will
trade for city property; will accept Vlc
trola as ..first payment. Address B 3i3,
Bee. : . -
RENTERS, HOMESEEKERSYour op
portunity. 60,000 acres Irrigated wheat
and alfalfa land for settlarasnt at Valler.
Mont I41.W to M per acre; fifteen years
time. lor particulars, write Valler Farm
bales Co., Box 1002, Valler. Mont.
. 500 CASH.
BEMIS PARK DISTRICT.
All modern, a-room faunialow on one
floor; living room and dining room fin
ished In oak, built-in bookcase, cupboard
and other up-to-date effects. Price, only
THIS VUUEli HKALTI AUKNCT,
101i-l W. O. W. Bldg. Douglas 3691.
. . Mebraalca.
on IK acres 'of good farm land, 34 miles
from Blair, Neb. For further partloulars
writs R. Martin. Owner, LitUo Falls,
K.r- FORCED BALE!
JT 560 acres fine Oklahoma land, Garvin
cnd Qrady counties, which I muat sell
with In (0 days! All farmable; 490 acres in
cultivation. S30 per acre; worth $00. - Ad
dress OWNER Box 134 Klrifftlhcr, Okl.
240-ACRE, excellently drained valley farm
in corn and a! fa) Ha belt, southeastern
Bo. Dakota; 1 mL town; small buildings;
artesian well; land gently aloplng, black
loam soil; splendid neighborhood, sur
rounded by high priced farms. Price,
$67.a0 per acre. Carlson & Wsllin. 9)4
McCaguo Bldg., Omaha. Also Carthage,
S. P., office. .
. Texas. ,
NO crop failure; 14 acres netted $4,000, For
information aaaress J. .1 cius, bxster,
Field Club Home
Beat location In thla choice district.
Beautiful east front lot 64xlZl. This la a
practically new 8-room house, all modern.
oak finish; positively cannot bo dupli
cated for anywhere near the price. A
straight loan of $3,500 at per cent now
on property. Splendid opportunity either
tor noma or investment, investigate.
Tyler 1RM. State Bank Bldg.
Fans) aad Basck Lands.
UNIMPROVED 4 and ll-ere tracts.
JOHN N. FHENZER DOUGLAS 554.
WANTED TO BUY
STOP PAYING KENT
BUY CLOSE-IN HOME
Brand new strict modm-n nab fin,
Ish; full two-story; six large rooms be
sides bath, den and sleeping porch. Full
oasemont, sodded yard, screens and win.
dow ahados. Furnace heat: fine llaht fix,
lures j decorated. Large eaat front cor
ner lot. on Daved street, room for an
other house on rear part of lot. Located
i ioui -. um o. t-rico aj.vou, s.ibv casn,
$tf monthly. Good lot taken as part pay.
By renting a room the room rent will
pay your interest. Pbons Chas. Horn,
owner. Walnut 3219.
Yale buys everything Hd hand. Tyler 1418.
OFFICE furniture bought and sold.
C Rood, V0I Farnam. Doug. (14s.
WH BUY JJ-hand cloth, tail N. Mth.
SllghUy used high-grade piano. D. 3017.
GOLDliN oak typewriter desk. D. iHX.'
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$U0 TO $10,000 made promptly.
Wead. Weed Bid., Wh and farnam Bta
CITY and farm loans, 6, 6H, per canu
J. rt. Lumont st co., us male tiana.
WANTED City joana. Peters Trust Co.
WAN TED -City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Bmlth at Co., laa) farnam PC
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
l W. Binder, City National Bank Bldg.
$KO to $10.0u0 made promptly. F. D. WsaO,
wean uiug., i"in ana rarnam me.
0ABV1N BliOa oT; .nT
8ES us first for farm loans In eaatern
Neb. United btatra Trust Co., Omaha.
CITY LOANS. C O. Carlberg.
iio-ij rajiaeia Tneatar Blag.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty,
W. H. T Soma a fca Htate Bang Bldg.
OMAHA homea. East Nebraska farms.
ffKEEKK KEAb rJaTATE CO..
101$ Omaha National, pbons Douglas 2711
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
m ACRES, north ot Florenoa. lust the
- nlace for a suburban home, or can be
made into a profitable fruit farm, aa tho
soil Is specially ailaoted tor small fruit
has only small improvements; nas teau.
tlful. small natural grove; will sell on
terms. Might consider some exchange,
Trie Omaha National Hank Bldg.
Ws have a number of clients who want
to exchange a mall tracts of land, both
iinprovoa and unimproved, for city prop-
THIS VOGEL P.EALTT AGENCY,
101&-14 W. O. W. Bldg
REAL INSTATE WEST BIDE
A L8T FARNAM home,. T rooms, reoeu-
ioa hall, bath, grate, large attic; a tar.
gals, awo owner. Ui a. .U oU 1L 311a.
REAL. ESTATE MISCELLANEOt'8
Natl Realty Co.
Sella and trades R. E. 11$ Bte Bldg. D. Mm
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
F1EU) CLUli DISTRICT
Seven rooms, birch finish, at Hot I v all
modern, eleeant east front lot. navd
street, hot water heat, first class location
on Sath Ave. Prloe. $3,flOO. Terms If needed.
C. G. CAIITjBEIIO,
312 Erandeli Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
When you Invest with u von in mi.
titled to your share of tho profits as to
the proportionate shares of stock you
hold. In this way you share alike with
every one interested, and you iia tuir.
anteed semi-annual dividend earnlnga of
tna o natures, amounting to not leas than
Chicago 47 47 100
Omaha 14 .20 1$
Kansas City S5 1:1 (
ft Ixiuis 2X 2 11
'1 heee sales were reoorted . tndav
Wheat: No. 2 hard winter. 3 cars. 11.4,
1 car. I1.47U; 2 cars, $1.47. No. 2 hard
winter. 1 rar. II. 47V: 1 car. 1.47: 3-& car.
fl.4tt. No. 4 hard winter, 1 car, $1.44. No.
$ mixed durum, 2-5 car, $1.40. Hyc: No.
2, 1 car, $1.09. Corn: No. 3 white, 1 tar,
Vsc: 1 mr, wc. No. 4 white, 2 cars, '.
No. 'I white, 1 ear, Mc No. 3 yellow,
1 car, 6.r.,c. No. 3 yellow. 4 cars, tWSw-; A
cars, C9j. No. 4 yellow. 1 car. tWHc. No.
5 yellow, 1 tar, ,c; 1 car, 6xc. No. 3
mixed, 1 car Inear white). 6c; 1 car,
8SMtC. Oata: No. S white, I cars, tt'-o.
No. 4 white, 1 car, 64c; 2 car. 03ic.
Sample. 3 cars, 52V4c; 1 oar, 62c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 1 Tur
key, 1.4Stfi.4S; No. S Turkey, $1 47irW
j.ioni rxo, a naru, luwai.ii'i; no,
hard. $1.45tti1.47a: No. 3 sDrina. SL5VMi
ti'hi; No. 2 durum, tl.tl1; No, 3
durum, fl.42QO.43H. Corn: No. 1 white,
Totr7t.Hc; No. 3 white, 6W4fi7tc; No. 3
white. fiWfWc: No. 4 white. !W(Hc: No.
5 white. a68V4c; No. 6 white. 67VSWWo;
No. 1 yellow, 71!470e; No. 2 yellow, i39
6Ho; No. 3 yellow, Ci69ic; No. 4 yel
low, f&ip&c; No. 5 yellow, CStfitiSVic! No
yellow, r7ftl8c; No. 1 mixed, KW
6?Vic; No. i mixed. 6SiSc; No. $ mixed,
WWaWc; No. 4 .mixed,. 67ttnc; No. 1
mixed, 767Vic: No. mixed, flH3W7c.
Oats: No. 3 white. t-Vcic; standard, Mti
tM4c; No. I white, WftiPMc: No. 4 white,
SoVoWc Barley: Malting, 664P74c; No. 1
feed, fiO68c. Rye: No. 2, $1.0S1.09; No. I
CHICAGO 4,R AIN AND PROVISIONS
Feat a res of the Trading and Cloelngt
Prices on Board ot Trade.
CHICAGO,- April 1. Shorts evening- up
for the holiday tomorrow more than off
set ln the wheat market today the In
fluence of possibilities ot a larger dom
estio crop this year than last. Feeling
waa unsettled at the close, which
ranged from He to lc above last night's
level. Corn gained "4c to He net and oats
H4)'Vio to fao. In provisions tho out
come varied from 2 Vic decline to a rise
It bees me evident about the middle of
tho session that selling of wheat had
been overdone. Offering on the part
of venturesome traders were found to
have largely gone into strong hands and
It was necessary to bid prices sharply
before bears who wished to be free at
the closing bid could .find a way out.
The private sentiment early against the
bulls came about chiefly aa . estimates
by a loading authority tending to show
that prospects at present wore for the
wheat yield of the United States ln 1915
being greater than the record breaking
harvest or ma.
Many scattered complaints or drv
weather In Illinois and oi hessian fly and
of freexing and thawing In other states
were of considerable errect In helping
the wheat market to rally from the low
point of the day. Foreign crop reports
too were less encouraging.
Corn awuna utwsrd with wheat and as
a consequent of reports of liberal onah
buying on the part of big Industries. The
nurchssing referred to. however, was saH
to he merely replacing at a lower price
equal amounts Hold elsewhere. Predic
tions that seeding in Iowa and Nebraska
would be the latest ln years gave some
Independent firmness to oats. At first,
however, the bears had an advantage be
cause of Oklahoma reports of an acreage
Increase of 3a Der cent.
Word or a emauer enlargement or
stocks than expected turned the provi
sion market from weakness to strength
Chicago Cash Prices W heal; No. I red,
$1.63: No. 3 hard, $L644rl.54. Corn: No.
t yellow, 7'c; No. 4 yellow, TnHfjfTl'mC.
Oata: No. 3 white, fisin'vc: standard,
57jrVc. Rye: No. 3, IMMyftll. Barley,
nfTV. Meeds: Timothy, $4.hG4 n; clover,
tx.Mro03.7a, PTovlolona: rork. $1.7"; lard,
t.7"; rlhs. fJOOffOW.
RCTTER Kasy; creamery. Jnf2o.
KK1 Higher: receipts. 17,3 eases; at
n ark. caaea included. 17'V914c; ordinary
firsts. KUINc: firsts, ltvifc.
POTATO JK Vnaettlcd ; reveille, 20 cars;
Michigan d Wisconsin red. SotjXOc;
rYlTt,THY-Allv4; higher; fowls. 15Vo;
Cora and Wheat rteajloa ftalletla.
T'nlted Ftate Department of Agriculture,
weather bureau, com and wheat region
bulletin for trniaha, Nebraska, for the
twenty-four hours ending at 3 a. m.. TMh
meridian time. Thursdny, April 1. 1916:
Ptatlois. High. Low. fail. 8ky.
Ashland. Neb... 4.1 14 .00 Clear
Auburn, Neb... 42 25 .00 Pt. cloudy
Broken Bow.... On 2 .09 Cloudy
Columbus. Neb. W .00 Clear
Culbertson, Nb. 17 .00 tloudy
Falrbury. Neb.. 43 23 .00 Clear
Fairmont. Neb. 36 18 .00 Cloudy
Gr. Island, Nb. 3! 21 .00 Clear
H tlngton. Neb. 8ft 15 .00 Clear
Hastings, Neb., X 3" . Pt. cloudy
Holdrege, Neb.. 34 S3 .00 Cloudy
Lincoln Neb.... 45 2? .00 . Clear
No. Platte, .i. 34 M .OS Cloudy
Oakdale,. Neb.. 31 13 .00 Clear
Omaha. Neb... 39 24 .00 Clear
Tekamsh. Neb. 44 54 .00 Clear
Valentine. Nb. 32 24 .00 Cloudy
Alta, la S3 22 .00 Clouay
Carroll, la 40 23 .00 Cloudv
Clnrinda. Ia : 00 Cloudy
Plbley. la....... 41 21 .00 Clear
Kloux City, la.. 38 24 .00 Oear
Lowest temperatore for twetva-hour
period ending at I a. m.
No. of Temp. Rain-
District. Stations. High. Low. tall
Columbus, O. ...
HC Louis, Mo..
Des Moines, la.
Kan. City. Mo.
Temperatures below . freexing prevail
throughout tho entire corn and wheat
belt. No appreciable precipitation oc
curred within the last twenty-four hours
except light snow In central Nebraska.
Note The corn and wheat region serv
ice, for season of 1915. begins with this
date, and will continue to September
next. Tho weekly summaries of condi
tions In the corn and wheat region will
begin with the bulletin of Tuesday, April
13. and wilt bo continued throughout the
season. Ia A. WEIJMI.
Local Forecastsr, Weather Bureau,
Four days this week l.2.t 47. $74 44 073
Rame days last week.. 17.173 49.M3 4n2
Kama osva 3 weeks ago .! 4 4 fan
Same iiavst weeks ao 21. r3 f2.15 WV7
fame days 4 weeks ago 17.413 (M.3M
Bame days last year. .11.43s 77. li .!-
The following tah)e snows the receipts
ef rattle, hogs and sheep at the gnuth
Omaha live atock market for the year ts
data aa compared with last yesr:
1?15. 114. In"
Cattle rM.8 2I7.7V, t.4(H
Hogs mo H 7WM1 170.414
Sheep 7A.7M 711.077 14.114
The following table shows the averaga
prtco for hogs at the Bouth Omaha live
lock market for tho last few days, with
Data. 111)5. Ili4,lli lllit.lll7ll.
1SI H 44
IU,t 7.110 84M
1(41 I U 10 M
T 10) 41 4i10 13
7 tx, g 4i,io al
Ml 44 10 l
$0 I 41-10 t ii
trrl Toil 36,io ,
I Ml T 1 10
a ui 1 r. tsi
m. mi i a .ii a il 7 in: 4 4?HA TO!
Mar. I 5JT4 I J W 161 I 32 10 TII J JJ
I 41 I 7 71 n t ot ;
I Tt I 10 571 J 5
I SH I 8.M T 731 4 37,10 8l T3
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Cnlon Stock Yards, Bouth Omaha,
for tho twenty-four hours ending St I
Cattle. Hogs. Bheep. H'r's.
C. M. fit. P t 6 .. ..
Missouri Pacific ....
I'nlon Pacific 1
C. N. AVi, east... 16
14 34 ... te M H1 ... IH
it a 4 s i4 ... 4
M V a aa a , 40 4 74
at 31 4 at
Mlf.M 1 ne receipts
amounting to head
lat Thursday and 1.&27 mors than on the
c rresion unr nay ihh y.Nsr. i.iko ea
need ay the bulk consisted tf lambs, thero
being only two corn cf aged sheep In
eight. The local run was aaaln larger
than Chicago, as that point reported
early only none 6,ilo head.
In aplte of the literal supply avsilahlo
the local buyers got out early and began
filling orders earlier than on any nay
this week. Both the packers and ahtp
neva were on the early market, thouah
fewer lambs changed hands on shipping
account than on previous days of the
week. The big bulk of the lambs moved
In good season on parking account at a
ran- of tt.TMilO.on. with severs I loads
of Colorado and Bcott's Bluff offeiings
bringing the latter figure, prices bclns
fully a dime hlaher. 1 here were no aood
sheep of any kind here, but such as were
. limine rrotiini sieaoy lo Pirnna
prloe. As on moat days ot the week the
light and handy amls found an outlet
first and the atrong welghta warn passed
up until during the closing trade. The
clearance was seasonable.
Aa compared with last week and a year
auo the receipts for the week to date hsve
oeen liberal, hut prices have Improved
eV over last Friday's bad c'ose. Cur
rent pricea on most days have been rlxht
up with Chicago quotatlona, with the re-
i-eipis enmetimeo exceeding trie supply at
that point. Aged sheep have been srsree
all the week and are fully 15&360 better
than the close of last wnrk.
Quotatlona on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
Mexican $.fAi0.l6; lamhe, fed westerns,
POW.IIrt; lamhe. shearing. $K.;Mi20;
Mexicans, $S 40Tr.7S; lambs, fad westerns,
tS ,); iambs, shearing, ti.104r4.sa;
yearlings, light. $ 7MS4VO; yearllnga,
heavy. IgSOtfCTt; wethers, good to choloe,
t7 sfxiiglft; wethers, fair to good, t7.ntf7 Si;
ewes, good to cholca, tT.eOttf.W; owes, fair
to good. $7.r,ar;.6o.
No. Ay. r.
X-1 fed lambs n a go
677 Mexlcsn lambs 0 g 40
1 red ewe 10 I 00
1 fed buck too 5 00
244 Colorado lambs 77 ttO
km i-outn Dakota lambs 70
7 Colorado lambs 77 10 on
m Colorado lain La 73 t 0
Io5 Colorado lambs s IN
1 M 22 .00
22 43 24 .00
1 44 24 .00
24 40 23 .00
23 4 .00
24 3K 2 .00
61 40 20 .00
34 44 30 .00
IT 30 22 .00
C. sV N. W.. west... 27
C, St. P., M. O.. t
C, B. Q.. east... 1
C, B. ft W., west... Hi
C. R. I. ft P., eaat. 2
C. R. I. P.. west. 3
'Illinois Central ..... I
Chicago O. W 5
Total receipts ...113 aot
Cattle Hogs. Sheen.
ew York General Market.
NEW YORK. Antll l.-SUGAR-Ra w,
easy; centrifugal, 4.77c; molasses. 4c. Re
fined, steady. Futures opened easier
under scattered liquidation for over tho
holidays. At noon tho priocs were t to 4
points net lower.
butter Kasier receipts. 4.410 tuns:
creamery extras 2 score), 30Hc; cream
ery (higher scoring), 318Hio: firsts, 2j
30c; seconds, Z4HH7Ho.
F.GOS Steady: receipts. 32.733 cases'.
fresh gathered extras, 22c; storage packed
extra firsts. 2Hjr21Vra; firsts, aoVjlc;
egular packed extra firsts, 31c; firsts.
191iuv3OTic i nearby hennery whites, fine to
fsiicy, 22VMlZ3e; nearby nennery Drowns,
22c. . . . . .
CHEKSEBteady; receipts, am Doxes;
state whole milk, fresh apeclaao. VAf
ln'ic; state whole milk, average tancy,
i4c . . .
POULTRY--Live, steady: western rowis,
lRc; turkeys, ltWlSc. Dressed, quiet;
western frozen roaatlng chickens, 17t2lc;
fresh fowls, 14fll; turkeys. 13tf20c.
Kansas City Grata aad Froylsloas.
KANSAS CITY, April 1.WJIKAT No
hard. tl.48lil.4: No. t red, tl.47eci.48;
May. tl ; July, tl.l6Vl .1654;, Soptem
ber. $1.064. t.
CORN No. I mtxea, aw, NO. wnne.
74c; No. 2 yellow, 73Vte; No. i, TZ'tjT3c;
May, 7HrriHc; July. 7373o; beptam
ber, TSc. ... .
OATS No. 3 White, OYWDittc; mo.
. BUTTER Ct amery, gic; nrsis, c,
seconds, 2c: packing, 17o.
J-XM.B--Firsts. HVo. seoonos, 11c.
POULTRY Hens 12Hc; roosters, lOHc;
Minneapolis Grain Market.
invvriDnf.ta 1 Anvil 1 WHPIT-
May, $1.4; J uly , f 1.4X); No. 1 hard.' iV W. ;
No. 1 nonnern, ii.wTiwi-v-Ti, m
CORN No. t yellow. MiB,
OATS No. 3 white, 64Vftfo5e.
t. Loale Oral a Market.
RT ijfrUIS. April L WHEAT No. 1
red. 11.49: No. 8 hard, Ii.bngi.o.1
H47ifil47i4: July, U'HVt,,
May. 7H1c; July,7M,P.
OATS-No. i. tVvio; No. t white, 6tVi.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
and an additional share of the profits
sfter tha 7 per cent Is paid. This la a
good proportion. Think It over and ane
us shout it. You ran Invest In amounts
of flOO or more. Your money Is secured
hy mortgages, contracts or sale and real
estate, which Is one cf the safest secur
ities to ba had.
Authorised capital torjO.OftO.
Hastings & Heyden
114 HARNEY ST.
Frame flats and cottage, good repair,
well located; Income fM yearly. Price,
quick sale, $4,000. Only tl.ouu cash re
guired. NORTH SIDE REALTY CO.,
34ta St. and Ames Ave.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
GOOD BUY IN DUNDEE,.
Choice corner lot, 60x1.16; both streets
paved; one block to car. Only $i.3ai.
ebopen tt Co.. 234 Stats Bank. D. M.
Buy a lot ln Happy Hollow, located
between Dodge St. and Underwood Ave.
and 62d St. and the Happy Hollow Hlvd
YOU WILL NEVER REGRET
Investing your money In this addition.
Protect your Investment.
Will be made.
PLATS AND PRICES
Will be mailed you upon application and
ws will be glad to show you this addition
by automobile at any time which may
suit your convenience.
But buy now snd take advantage of the
Increase In value. 76 lota have bean sold.
George & Company
Phone D. 764. 902 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Morris ft Co 443
Swift ft Co 73
Clidahy Parking Co.... 474
Armour ft Co 4o
Schwarts ft Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co 3
So. Omaha Packing Co. 4
W. B. Vansant Co 19
Benton, Vanssnt ft L.. 20
Hill ft Son H
F. 11. Lewis 2S
Huston ft Co 31
J. H. Root ft Co 01
J. II. Bulla 59
L F. Husx 34
Rosenstock Bros 71
Wertholmer ft Degan... S
H. F. Hamilton It
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Co.... 7
I Meyers I
Baker. Jones ft BraltU.. 32
Tanner Bros 44
John Harvey Tt
Other buyers 4JU
CHICAGO I1VR sTOCK MARKET
Cattle Utearir Haas rtrni Bheep
CHICAGO, April l.CATTLK Re
celpts, l.noo head; market, ateady; native
steers, nn75; western, $.60W.40; cows
and heifers, $3.0Agr7.76; calves, t.onur.liO.
HOOS Receipts, 17.000 head; market,
firm; bulk. tA-7MJ.6; i-ht, tt.6ntra.fci;
mixed. fi.im4Tg.a0; heavy, $44f-tf4U6; rough,
$H.4f(r ; pigs. f5.60iyl .
SHBKP AND IM,BS Reoslptn. 000
head; market, strong; shoep, 7. 2648.40;
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Exchange Reflectt in Greater Meat-
tire Mixed and Confuted Condi '
tioni Recently Marking It.
t. Loala Lire Stork Market.
ST. LOUIS. April 1. C A TTLTV-Receipts,
4.0110 hesd: market, steady; native
beef steers, t7."Wit,90; rows and heifers,
ff60i5.60; southern steers. $6.2br7.75;
cows nnd heifers. $4.001M.OO: native
HOGft-Receipts, .e) head; market,
higher: pigs and lights, t&.76'(r7.3flj mixed
snd butchers, f6.Mr7.20; good heavy,
SHEEP AND LAMnS Raeelnta 100
end: market, hlaher- native muttons.
M 7Mf 4 0(1: lambs. tNTMelnAj). vaarllnir.
t7.60rrfH.00; shenred yearlings, fAtOHl SO.
K a nana City Live Ptock Market.
KANSAS ft 11. Anril 1 fATTT.r
Reoelpts, 1,200 head; market steady,
prima ted steers, $3.000350; dressed beef
steers, t7.0rv,t.00: western steers. ttvOOri
75: stockers and feeders. M 5i,ft7 XS- hulls.
$4 Ortfid 15; rslvee, f 0fti 10.1.
HOOS-Recelpts, ,110 head; market,
higher; hulk, $t;.ft7r875; heavy, f.an.76;
packers and butchers, f.0i8.76; light,
kVii.W); pigs. U.t "
bHHKP AND 14 M IU4 rtaoeliMa 1 Tea
head: market higher; Ismbs, $9.2rflo'9r);
yearlings ts.SfirfjO.OO; wethers, 7.50(8.25;
4921 Chlcsgo. This very attractive horns,
located between the car lines. Is one of
the best values In Dundee. On the first
floor there la a large living room, fireplace
and bookcaaea built In; a nice den with
French doora, a large dining room wltn
French doors to porch; complete kitchen
with built-in cabinets and a room off the
kltclisa which can be used for breakfast
room or girl's room: on the second floor
are four nice bod rooms. Including en
closed sleeping porch and complete bath;
oak floors throughout and nicely deco
rated throughout. $1,000 caah will handle.
Glover & Sptaiii
19-20 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 3M3.
Rent room qiiitk with a Beg Want Ad,
Liverpool Gralai Market.
LIVERPOOL. April 1. WHEAT-Spot,
No. 1 Manitoba, 13s sya; wo. x. i i;
No. 3, 13s 4Hd; o. s nam, winier, i-u
IVid. . ' . , ,
CORN spot, American, iiiixsu, new,
7id; old, s Hd. Futures not quoted.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Pralt
NEW YORK. April L EVAPORATED
DRIED KKU1T8-I'runes, steaay. Apri
cots and peaches, quiet. Raisins, steady.
NKW YORK- April LtOFFEB Eu
ropean buying, accompanied by rumors
that Kurooe would iirobably take up cof
fee on May contracts, seemed to be tna
factor in lue coiiee luiurei inaxavi iiera
early today, and after opening unchanged
to a polnta his tier prioea aoia aoout s to
10 points above last night's closing fig
ures. Later the market weakened under
realising and trade selling, with the close
net 2 points lower to 4 points nigner.
Sales were el.TbO bags. April, 4.16c; May,
121s: June. 1.24c; July, 7.34c; August.
7.40c ; September, T.4tic; October, T.61o; No
vember, 7.67o; December, 7.Mc; January,
Taste; February. 7.77c; March, 7.62c. Spot,
steady: Rio No. 7. 8c: fcantoa No. 4. iWte.
Owing to the holiday In Brasil there were
very few cost and ireignt -otters, witn
quotations ranging from about 73a to 77jO
for re la cost and freight. Klo exchange
was unchanged and mllrols were uii'
changed ln the primary markets.
NEW YORK. April 1. COTTON H pot
quiet; middling upland, t.suc; sales 3uo
The cotton market closed steady at a
net decline of 4 to 9 points.
Cotton futures closed steady: May
t.69c; July, 10.01c; October, l.au; Decem
ber, 1051c; January, lo.67c.
LIVERPOOL, April l.-COTTONflpot,
'firm; good middling, f.feui; middling, 5. til;
low middling, .ma. gales, vmu bales.
NE7W YORK, April 1 Lead: Firm at
$4 17U'tf4.224; London. 23 7s d. Spelter:
ivominai; uonnon, i as.
Tin, weak; 25-ton lota offered at $49 00.
copper, firm: electrolytic, flaw; casting
$li.6tu " Iron, ateady and unchangrd.
J' ion: klpot copper, fa9 7s 6d; f u-
v . (70. spot tin. lib ; rutures, (lei
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK, April L DRY GOODS
Cotton goods markets were firm today,
Advances were announced on bleached
rambrlus and nalnaooka. Yarns were
steady.. Men's wear was quiet. Dress
goods mere active on spot delivery. Raw
silk was advanced.
Totals 3.268 13.4141 11.12
CATTLE RecelDts were fair for a
Thursday, 97 cars being reported in. Tha
totsl for the four days this week amounts
to 19.238 head, being the largest 01 any
recent week, with one exception, and
larger than a year ago by almost t.OlM
Thera waa a better feeling In beef steers
this morning. Buyers were out in gooo
season and nicked up the cream of tna
offerings at prices that were strong to a
little higher than yesterday, ine nanay
light cattle were th moat sought after.
Good heavy cattle, however, sold to
little better advantage possibly than yes
terday. Aa high as $7.75 was paid for tha
best beeves here.
Cows and heifers were strong snd tha
market reasonably active on everything
desirable. Common Inferior grades were
a little slow, and still they commanded
For this lata ln the week the demand
for feeders waa good, the market being
firm on everything desirable.
Quotations on cattle: Good to ..holce
cornfed beeves, $7.407.76; fall1 to good
cornfod beeves, t7.10ft7.tO; common to fair
cornfed beeves, IH.HXtft.lO; good to choice
hrlfere, tn.ZMiri.oo; good to cnoice cows,
t6.76ii4.60: fair to good cowa, t4.OOiio.76;
common to fair cows, $3.7Ml500; good to
choice stock ers snd fesders. wl.iMflM
fair to good stockers and feeders, $a.759
7.20; common to lair Blockers and feed-
. - r . ., e. 1 , , VlffMI ,
era, ew.ims.iu, iiimk uoi.ma, vti.iu-v.vv,
stock cows, $6. 0tKtja.au; stock calves, $6.00
417.60: veaj calves, $7.00430.76; bulls, Itsgs,
etc., 84. 760i. 00.
A. Tt. Me. A. rr.
W.7 4 to i .....li04 7 M
101 7 04 14 111 t M
1 toe T 10 If UM T 41
1V T It 1 1140 I 44
nia 1 at 4. 1M T 74
......1W1 1 s
1011 8 4 444 4 to
114 4 M 4 114 4 40
IH IN 1 1131 4 10
, 114T I 46 4 M III
60 6 M 4 ll I Si
Ml I U 1"V I 40
nan I at l:f f 49
..... HI iW
474 5 74 14 7 4 t4
7tl I 10 11 HI 4 44
Ml ia 1 431 4 U
-an 4 If. I U 1 IW
. 4 l
HEiFKKS AND BULLB.
, HI ia
m in a mo 7
r I 00 4M 7 00
I T 4 tO 1 1 4 00
404 I 44 1 9 4
B'i'UC iv fe, H O ANll H,e.Ul'.Ktl
gloea City Lire Stock Market.
SIOTTX PITT. I Anrtl 1 11 A T TT .TT
Receipts, 1.100 head; market, steady: ns
tlv Jm,. lr. irin Ait . t... cAAM.e.
cows and heifers, $4.60041.35; ranners. $3.0
4r4.25; stackers and feeders, f6.0ttiM.7o:
nuns, stags, etc., 34.3Mi.tA.
HoaB-Reeotpta. T.fiO head: msrket,
f,;,M,y: heavy. M.OAfM.aj; mixed, $,7Mrffl
ti'foS: ot sale,.
elJlEKp AND IAMBS Receipts, 200
600 I 71
....M 4 to
.... tot T re
.... 4U 1 04
.... U 7 06
....lllll 7 14
....104 T So
....1071 T 14
444 T 24
, IN $ t
,111 4 00
.. :m 4
.. Ml 4 74
.. 1l 7 00
..44 T II
..10 T M
.. 4 7 W
.. :i in
.. 1 T 40
RAIL ISSUES ARE ACTIVE
NKW TORK, April 1 The stock mar
Vet todav reflected In greater measure
the mixed and confused conditions which
have been Its recent -characteristics.
Business was lighter and narrower than
In yesterday's record seeaton. but activity
ana strength were aaaln most pronounced
In railway issues of secondary Impor
tance, rhlefly Rock Island and F1e, to
gether with automobile and other spectal
Former leaders like the transconti
nental group, I'nlted States Steel and
Amalgamated Copper were under mod
erate pressure for the greater part of the
day, but made some Improvement later.
Altogether the day's operations aero of
an ultra-professional character, with the
usxial settlement ot contracts which pro
cedes a holiday.
Sentiment was undoubtedly cotiraged hy
the action of the exchange authorities In
abolishing minimum prices and removing;
all other artificial restraints, but thla
feeling waa neutralised In conservstlvo
quarters, where criticism ever ohvlouaj
manipulation In certain speculative spe
cialties haa Increased.
Lowest price were registered In the
final hour, by which time much of th
early rise had been effaced. Rock Ialand
not only loat alt Its Initial gain, but mad"
a net loss of 3S polnta. Reading wag
again offered freely at moderate conces
sions and the balance of the list showed,
the effects of realising galea. Weakness
In France wag the noteworthy feature of
the foreign market, this being accepted
as an Indication that the effect of the,
new French credit had already been dla
counted. Marks were slightly lower, with
a very limited demand, and remittances
on London were offered at a arery sllghc
Some more favorable railway returns fo
February were reported. New York Cen-,
tral showing a net Increase of $46,000, and
the Pennsylvania's Income east snd west
of Pittsburgh Increasing $&S,Ou0 and $44,-.
Total aales of stocks amounted to 541,400,
Bonds were irregular, the Rock Ialand,
Issues showing the Irregularity In tho
stock Issues. Total sales, par value, were
4J,tHtjt. united ttatert coupon 3s De
clined 46 per oent on call. '
Number of tales and leading Quotations
ea stocks today were:
Sales, anra. iw. cieaa
Alaaka Gall 3."0 4 4a
Ataaiaaauted Copeer .... 17. too 41
Amarloaa Baal Nugar.... 1.2 444
Aau-iieaa fjaa . ai'a
Aaiarlcaa 8. R 4.100 41
Aaiarleaa g. a H. s4 .....
Am. guiar Retlnlns 10.40 net.
Amarleaa Tel. A Tel.... 1.400 llVe
Anarnoda Mlnlag l.o !H
Hrooklva Haall Transit..
California retroletun ....
St .Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. April 1. C A TTLR-Rn.
relpte 1,400 head. Market steady; stesra,
$7.00ili.Ki; rows and heifers. 34 !5fi8 tr.;
HOGS Receipts. f.tOO head. Market
higher: top, So 76; bulk of sales, $fi.6oa.7i.
SHEEP AND IAMBS-Receipts. 6.000
head. Market ateady: lambs. .2&4Yt.7B.
New York Money Market.
NKW YORK. Anril 1. M M7TT! A kttt.tt.
STKRUNO KXCHANOK Weak; atxtr
day bills. $4.7725; for cables, R7V75; for
SILVrTR Bar, SOcj Mexican dollars. Se.
BONDS43overnment easy: railroad.
TIME! LOANS ettronser: alatv
Virffl per cent; ninety days, tQi per
Ontral Ieathar , ..s,
rheanpeaks A Ohio
Ohlcaeo tlreat Waaiani.,
Calcaao, M. St. P...
4-hloaan N. W
I'lil'Tata Fim4 less...,
rolorala A Hout ham . . . . ,
flenvar A Hlo Grande. .,,
IXnver A It. O. pM
Oenaral Elerlrle ,
ileat Nnnkera pf4.....
Oraat No. Ora ella ,
llllaola ( 'antral
Inlarboraeia Mat. ptd...
Inapt ration Copper
International Harraataf .
Kansas cltr Houthcrn...
Miami t' op per
Mianurt. K. at T
Miaaourl Paelrte ,
Haw York Central
N T., N, H. m H
Pacific Tal. m Tal
Pullmaa I'alaee Car.....
Kay Cos, Copper
napiibiio iron a steel..
Bark lalanl Co
Kork lalaa4 ro. pfrt . . . .
HI. U A I. F, H etd.
gouthara Par I no
Tannaaaaa Capper .......
I'nlon Parllle nfi
Unite gtataa Kleal
V. g. Staai g04
t tall Copper
KM lllli ll'S
ent; sis months, 3U per cent
CALL MONEY Firm; high, 1
oent; last loan, 24 per cent; closing bid.
per cent ;ciosing bid.
cent: last loan. 24
a tier cent one red at zu, nee cent
closing quotaiioas oa eondg today war
V. 8- rat ts. rag... mk Mo. Paa. v. is 4f
a conpoa n N. Y. O. . 'ta.. ssa
D. la. rag 11 tt. T. city 4...ie4.
easepa tmkN. T. mat 4'S...MS14j
0. f. 4a rag. Jillg, r.. tt.' it. M
as eeuBAs 114S4 tr. a.
raaaaw 8a aopoa..lOH Ka. Paelfle 4s ajJ
Ajb. gavelters 4a... 104H g M
A. T. T. ev. 44st4.0. . L at a.
, ... a. c . u. aiai - - - - .
' -' . 1 . m 1 .
avcniwia sa aa.... raas. ea
Pal. A Ohio 4a 1144 la oo
faaa, a) Okie 4Sa.. nHRaallsg gm. 4s.
v. m. ac 1. ...., u g. V. r,
1 B r s
4 re u
3I.40S 14 I
40 120 1
4. 44 S
t,n0 loawl 104
, 8 KK l'k
, 80. 40 H'.S
. m x
', 'lino 'if"
, 100 re
, 8O0 140
. M.404 ia-4
T. 8a.... rrs
0 U A
4a ev. 4a
C A 8. rat. 4a.,
p. A R. O. rat. 4a.
Erie ran. 4a ,
(Ma. Klectrls 4s... ,
Ot. No. let 4S4a..
III. On rat 4a..
K. C. He. rat. 4a
L A N. unl. 4a..
at. K. A T. 1st 4s.
4Va..l go. 1'ac rat la.,
e4 se rar. 4a
8144 4a ev. Is.
41 Ho. Rallwar 4a....
eo. natiwar la 914.
OH talon Paeltlo St.. .. J
8a ev. is a2
b. BiMi aa......,ie3
MUr. a. nuhbn, 4... ..loii
8S Wahask let 4a K44
, 1344 Want. Pnloa aua
, 4v Waat Elae. . la
Leaden Staek Market.
LONDON, April l.Deallngs In Ameri
can securities on the stock market today
were busy with miscellaneous orders at
prices a fraction under the previous day
The market hardened In the late trading
and rlnwed steady.
SILVKR Bar, 33 t-16d per ounce.
MONKY 13 H4 per cent
DISCOUNT RATER-Short bills, 3'A per
cent; three months, tyj per oent
itotlri A liberal Thursday supply
showed up, about 211 cars, or 14.000 head,
lelns received. The four Cayr.- total tl
47.374 head, being over 3.000 smaller thaa
last week, but 20,0u0 heavier than a year
hhlppers started out early this morning
buying their kind frealy at fully steady
prices. Their purchases amounted lo a
pretty good share of the day's offeiings.
and were made largely at 4o.'u . with
a few bunches as high aa $4.70. Packers'
esrly bids wers about steady, but by the
time first sales were made prices were
s round a shade higher than yesterday.
tOven at this time, however, only a few
bogs sold, and a general movement did
not start till values reached a flat nickel
Usher level. Tlie big end ot the packer
purchases was made oa this basis, but
toward the close things wrakened a little
and the last salea were made on the sains
basis as the first ones, that Is, Just a
shade higher than yesterday's packer
trade. Closing rounds were dull, and It
was pretty well along toward noon be
fore evaiythlng had been cashed.
humming up, the general trade shipping
grades are fully steady, while packers
can be quoted aa largely to higher, clos
ing, with part of the advance lost In
other words, prices ars anywhere from
stvady to a nickel higher, and the aver
age a shade higher than yrsterduy, or
lust about ateady with Tuesday. Moat of
the packing hogs sold at $6.57S'f 1, with
a sprinkling at $4.66, and the bulk of all
the ssles can be quoted st to.iiin.b."), with
tops st $4.70. Vor the week to date values
are 6al0c htgfeer.
No. Av. Mb. ft. Ke. Aa. lib. pr.
tl lot t44 144 In ri 40 I 4.S
W 9 IM II r.M ... IIIW
to 11 4 4 MS la IM ... 4 4'.
44 24 ... 4 8744 II W4 ... 8 44
OMAHA. April 1 Bank clearings for
Omaha today were $3,117,437.15 and for the
corresponding day last year $3,200,238.05.
Sentenced to Stay
Sooer for One Year
SIOUX FALLS, S. D.. April Spe
cials-Walter West, a resident of Miner
county, hag gone "dry" by court order.
He has been forbidden to take a drink.
At a term of circuit court be wag con
victed of an Infraction of the law, which
was ssld to be due to his excessive drink
ing. He was sentenced to a term of
eleven months In .the Sioux Falls peni
tentiary, but the sentence was suspended
on condition of a somewhat unique char
acter. In addition to the penitentiary
term be was given a terra of thirty days
In the county Jail, and this he' Is now
Under the unique conditions by which
the penitentiary portion of the sentence
was suspended he will be required when
he completes his Jail terra to remain In
Miner county during the eleven months
covered by his suspended penitentiary
sentence. In addition. If he during the
eleven months takes g single drink of
Intoxicating liquor big parole will be vio
lated and he will be taken to the peni
tentiary at once to sens his eleven
Total sates toe the say. 841.408 shares.
Bismarck Day is
Observed in Berlin
BERLIN, April l.-CVla Amsterdam and
London) The centenary of the birth of
Prince Von Bismarck, Prussia's famous
statesman, was celebrated with the ut
most enthusiasm today In the Oerman
capital. Most of the houses were lav
ishly draped with the national colore.
The Bismarck; memorial In front of tha
Relchstsg was a center for the cetenra
tlons and numerous high officials of thai
empire and the federal states participated
In the ceremonies there. Tha cmoeruw
waa represented by his grandson. Prince
William, the t-year-old son of Crown
Prince Frederick William. Prince Otta,
Bismarck's grandson, was present.
Dr. Von Bethmann-Hollweg, the lra
perial chancellor, who spoke at the Bis
marck centenary) celebration In the Reich
stag today, said: 1 '
"What Bismarck created no German will
allow to be destroyed. Our enemies arts
raging around the empire, hut we .will
he at them. He taught us to fear only
God, to wage war against the enemy snd
to believe In our people. Thus we will
fight and conquer and live for the em
peror and the empire."
The president of the Reichstag then
called for cheers for the emperor and tha
audience enthusiastically responded and
faterward sang "Hell Dlr Im Sieger.
A wreath from Emperor William,
which was placed at the foot of the Bis
marck statue, bore the Inscription: "Tp
the Iron chancellor In an Iron time." Tho
inscription of a wreath from members
of the Reichstag read "To the Creator of
a United Empire from a United People."
The centenary of Bismarck's birth waa
celebrated In all parts of the empire.
GENEVA, Switzerland (Via Parts), April
1. Information reaching here from Ber
lin set forth that the German military
authorities planned to observe the anni
versary of the birth of Bismarck April 1.
by offensive movements on both eastern
and western frontiers of Germany.
Survivors of Denver
NEW YORK. April i. The steamer
Manhattan arrived here today from Lon
don with flfty-slx survivors of the
steamer Denver, abandoned March 23 la
a sinking condition. Forty-nine ef the
number were Denver's crew. The other
soyon were passengers oa the Denver,
five of them being- of the crew of the
steamer Carlo and two of the steamer
Evelyn, the two vessels two vessels sunk
by mines ln the North See-
Sixteen other survivors of the Denver
arrived here several days ego on the
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