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7TIK BEE: t)MAHA, THIJKSDAY, APKIL
AMrtaifti and Flats.
So. THREE lure rooms nart mod. flat
for email family. 1915 Kim Kt. D.
I ROOMS AND PATH IV THE CALI
FORNIA. EKE JANITOR DUIO. K27.
POR RENT : roonia witli tuiWt and
bath, easy walking dlManca and close
to car. $11.50 per month.
IS Rrandels Thenr VU'.a. Doug. 441S.
FOR RKNT Moot beautiful, finely fin
ished and up-to-date 3, 4 and 5-ronm
apartments In rlty. Rulldlng Juat fin
ished. Flora Apartments, Vi Jonea St. e
jnnm. mod., t:) month. 1414 Chicago.
7 MAPLE APA RTMFNTP,
,v- TH AVENLIE AND HARNEY ST..
beautiful 4-room apartment, with I urge
Yrtvate porches; eleeantly furnished In
fumed oak; no children; summer rate,
$41. M. Fhone Douglas 7P64.
CENTRAL No equal n price or quality;
l-rootn house; 4-room flat 220 N. 13d.
1DETJTY E'tch 'FREE
Fhone Douglas 1118 for completa Hat of
all vacant houses and apartments, also
for storage, moving, packing, shipping.
PTE AM heated apartments of 4 rooms;
very Improvement; gas range In each;
hest Janitor servloa; $1860 to $:1.&0. Ap
ply to Janitor In boiler room. 8066 Cum
ing St. Tel" Douglas 8743.
THOMAS W. HAZEN,
Sr7 MoCague Bldg. , L)oiglas 13QQ.
BT. OKORGK Apartments, located In
select West Farnam district; one 6-rooin
ulte to let Phone Web. 174. o
" Board wad Room.
nKJE lununnefi or uiuuniimiwj . ,
exceptional cloaet room. Ideal summer
place In West Farnam dlatrlct, with
pplendld board to young men or couple.
ROOM and board at &C4 8. 26th. Walking
Desirable mil., excellent board. S1K 8. 19th.
Furnishes Moouia. '
aMAtI90N list and Chicago; steam heat;
tit mo. and up: cafe la connection. D.696A
tITTINQ room and bedroom for two or
' three business women, la modern, pri
vate home; every convenience. Harney
K30. 1035 Bo. Hist St.
ETEAM heated rooms. O week. Ogden
' Hotel, Council Bluffs.
t!7 FARNAM Neatly furnished room,
' for gentleman, 913 month. .
ft. 22D, 121 Elegant, clean rooms; newly
furnished: all modern conveniences;
fjsrirage. Douglas 6751.
CELT furnished modern rooms, 88 and
810. one So. 2Mb Ave. Douglas f&A.
Tfoasekeeplna Tf ooana.
FARNAM. WU Nice- housekeeping rooms.
Newly papered, electricity, gas range.
(FARNAM, 2822. Three nice housekeeping
' rooms; electricity, gas range. '.
Licit Hoaselteewtngr Roonia.
TWO sunny southeast front rooms and
eth; electricity and gas for cooking.
it 83.7a. IK 8. 24th ft. nougiaa 7ooX.
kitchenette, furnished, . Ogden jiotel.
Council Bluffs. .
' Famished Howeee.
IFURNIBHED modern corner house. In
, desirable part of city, ground floor,
consisting of parlor, music room, kitchen
and dining room with 4 bedrooms and
bath on second floor; also garage and
Bleeping porch; reasonable to good party;
references required and Riven. Pbone
Hoasea and Cottages. .
36, NEAR FARNAM.
-r., east front, only 835.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1018 Omaha Nat. Doug. 2715.
2609 CALDWELL, rooms, .partly mod
ern, 816; adults only; walking distance.
Dwelling, 414 So. 38th St; tiled
.vestibule, reception hall, front
and back parlors, dining room
and kitchen, 5 bed rpoms, 2
bath - rooms, hot- water heat,
garage. All in first class con
dition. Location A-l. Benj.
6. Baker. Phones D482, H317;
HOUSES FOK RENT.
Seven rooms, sleeping porch and sun
room, new and desirable, exceptionally
fine view, quiet neighborhood 800, or $55
j fceven rooms and hall, strictly modern,
fiardwood finish in first story, three bed
'ivoms upstairs, one bedroom or den and
fcath on first floor, 830. This house fronts
cn a paved street and boulevard, 2
blocks front car line. -
Nine-room modern houe, with large
grounds and garage, Bemls Fark, $40.
J. H. DUMONT sc CO..
418 State Bank. Douglas 690.
ROOM all modern Dundee house, with
6-room all modern Dundee house, $28.-
rV. L. Selby & Sons
Plata Bank Bldg.
KM 1 8 PARK 3404 Hawthorne. 8 rooms.
strictly modern: lot and location moat
(desirable; good value at 1-iO. For $46.
fVVehteT 8726 or Douglas 2017.
We have a completa list of all houses,
apartments and flats that are for rent
This list can be seen frea of charge at
(Omaha Van 4 Storage Co., $06 B. lSth Bt
8-ROOM all modern cottage, 837 8. 23d.
JriEMIS PARK 3404 Hawthorne. 8 rms.,
strictly modern; lot and location most
desirable; good value at 840. . For 846.
!Wchster 872, or Douglas 2nl7.
IALL sia. 88 per month up. 607 H a it too.
V BARGAIN. 8-room cottage modern. W.
up-to-date, splendid location, also newly
riaperea. a rooms upstairs, inquire 8411
b. 24th St.
'619 CALDWELL Walking distance, 7
rooms, modern except heat, first-class
rondition. rent reasonable. Webster 87-'H.
Stores, moves, packs, ships; storage, $2
ter month. When you move call ua
atlsfactlon guar. D. 4338 and Tyler
lAROE 4-room cottage, modern except
heat: nlue yard. 115. 4110 N. 3Mh Ave.
fARK AVE.. 1312 7-room mod, brick.
Gordon Van Co. S
Bit N. llth 8t Tel.. D. 894 or Web. U3.
8312 PARK AVK . T-room modern brii k.
TP T3J sip. oo.. luovtng.
- L. KCPfl Packing t, storaite.
w 12v7 Karnain. I. t
. Ing, packing,
I 'Li Webster St.
J J0-P.OOM brick, modern, 114 No. 2tlh Bt.
Krya next door. 80. Ter Harney tbtA.
I KOO.VS. i7 Jones bt.. 8.. Never been
occupied, bleeping porch: oak finish;
rnodara throughout. Apply SOS a 17th Bt
I 'hone Douglas 84K7.
IlIoimf'R ,n P"'ts of the city.
' t reign Bona
Co., Bee Bldg.
IA N. ttTH 6T . 8t0. Tel. Harney
I St eres and Offices.
822 N. 18th St.. a fair sired store room and
basement. Fine location for grocery,
bakery or cloak and isult store. Can be
leased for a term of years. Call Doug. 2u0.
Ftore and basement, 231 Farnam. .. 8U
tttore and baamnl, 214 B. ISth 76.
JOHN W. KubBIN.4. lKt FARNAM ST.
8u0 a). It-. 1402 Dodge. I flour, Tur
lington, on see.
WANTED TO REXT
fcEVEN or 8-room house in Went Karnam
or Field Club Districts. Ui or I'M; Ust
kind of tenant.
W. L. Selby & Sons
fctau Bank Bldg.
Pbone Doug. 110.
WAJ TED TO BUY
ht 8-raacner automo-
i irci. snt late raoaci,
WANTKlv-ThoVougiihred Buff Orphlng-
ton eggs fori setting purpose. Fhone
ale buys everything 2d hand. Tyler 1418.
OFF1CK furniture bought and sold. J.
li. Keel. in ramarn noug. sia
WW BUY .i-hup-i clot bes. 4il N. 84th.
Slightly 4ed high-grade piano. l. 2011.
FARM Jk RANCH LANDS FOR BAI.B
Live Oak Colonies
He in the heart of the great Paeramcnto
Valley, in a region that Is exceptionally
rlch We have the soil for succesn It
has all been proven. Soli alluvial and
in plains, each with Its special adapta
bility ana attractions. JiuiiKUVt-K
LAND PRICK8 ARK STILL LOW.
The soli, then the climate, mater for
irrigation plenty of It and vou have the
TRINITY for success; these are the
things that sxcw crns. To market them
are steam and electric lines reaching the
nig markets, la the county are can
no rlea and fruit drying plants and cream
eries Not only do the growers of the
region reach the big markets easily, but
early as well. Earliness of ripening is
one of the prime advantages here. Many
crop" are ready two weeka to two months
ahead of competitive regions. Free liter
ature and excursion dates on request
W. T. Smith Co.
City National Bank Bldg.
tO SETTLERS ONLT-20 acres for 8300.
Rich corn, alfalfa and wheat land; no
aavd. J. A. Tracy, Fort Morgan, Colo.
ARE TOU GOING TO BUT LAND?
If so you should first set a oodv of
the Farm and Real Ketate Journal, it
has lands advertised In It from nearly
every state, so that you can find Just
wnat you are looking ror in Its columns.
It keeps you informed on land oppor
tunities In all parts of the country, gives
you personal help In finding land. Sena
c today for a year's subscription, or 10o
for three months trial. It will be stopped
at the end of the time ordered. Farm and
Real Estate Jourinal. Traer, Iowa.
BIGGEST land sale of the year now on.
100 forty-acre farms 8480 each. Good land.
Well settled locality. Close to railroad,
tit per acre Is half actual value. Great
aet bargains In South Missouri at sensa
tional prices. Write today tor free liter
ature. D. Merrlam, Ellis at teuton.
Hennas City, Kansas.
Fruit and Dairy
in the Ozark fruit and dairy belt. The
home of the famous Koshkonong peaches
and apples which took first prises at the
iviwaouri mate iair. , xnere s a constant
demand for fruit from this section and
your produce sells at fancy prices. Peach
orchards are netting the growers from
8100 to 8400 per acre, depending upon the
cultivation and care they receive. If you
want a beautiful home, nn miv t.nn.
on the sunny slope of the Osark hills, see
u' tyiho ior iree list ana literature.
OTHER MISSOURI FARMS.
No interest, no taxes; 10 or 80 acres, all
for 8300; 8S cash and 85 monthly.
Fine climate, good water and the best
fruit lands in the world. -
Handy to rood market! i.hnl. .
Call, phone or write.
J. T. Small
V Brandels Bldg. . Douglas 6987.
RENTERS, HOMKdKEKERS--Your op
portunity. 80,000 acre Irrigated wheat
and alfalfa land for settlement at Valier,
Mont. 841.b0 to 860 per acre; fifteen years1
time.' For Particulars, writ Valier Farm
Bales Co.. box 1001. Valier. Mont. I
BARGAIN M0-a ere farm 20 miles from
Minneapolis; 140 acres under cultivation.
ID acres good meadow,, tv acres timbered
pasture; can practically all be cultivated;
good com land; farm la fenced; 10-room
bouse, barn, granary, machine shed, wind,
mill, etc.; li head good milk cows, 4 good
itorsea, harnesses, wagons, completo set
of machinery, hogs, chickens and every,
thing on the farm goes at 845 per acre;
le.OuO cash, balanco can stand for 10 years
at per cent, bebwab Bros., 1028 Ply-
mouth Minneapolis. Minn.
FOR SALE Best large body . high-grade
raeulum-prlced land in Nebraska: very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
bach. Neb.. a
REAI ESTATE LOAAS
- gotlate for farm loaoa, 8 or 10 years, at
6 per cent, dealing 1 direct with bor
rower; 2V,- per cent straight commission;
correspondence solicited. Security Farm
Loan Ass'n, 30 N. Dearborn St.. Chicago.
81u0 TO flO.Out) made promptly. F. D.
w eaa, w ea'i Dig., win ana rarnam ma
CITY and farm loans, a, 6W, per ceuu
j. li. Liumoni a v;o., us oiaie joana.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
farnam Smith at Co.. u ramam Bt
MON&Y on hand for city and tarm loana
n. w. winoer, city rsauoiiiu bunt Blag.
$i00 to 110.000 oiada promptly. F. D. Waad,
weud uiug., 1MB and f arnam Bta
SEE us first for farm loans In eastern
Neb. United fctates Trust Co..' Omaha.
riTV t f IMS n n -ik-p
O UULJllt Ttunrieia TMal'nlitf
OMAHA homes. Katt Nebraska farms.
(rKbn.ru KfcAU fcioTATK CO.,
UUt Ouutlta National. 1 hau Douglas ZT1S.
ABSTRACT OV TITLE
yr V',l'e Ouarantee and Abstract
l fTrfCo., a modern abstract office,
S05 Sok 17th Bt. Phone D. 847.
Jessen & Morrell,
Bk. bldg. D. 829J.
REED AUcTKACT CO., oldest abstract
oillos in Nsbratka. zo Brandels Thea.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
WANT light 5-painenger car; prefer
Ford; might maka exchange of de
sirable lot if agreeable. Address L
206. cara Bee, or Walnut 3037.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
on the sale of your house If it is a de
sirable place and priced right. We are In
a position to aucply good, quick service.
Phone Dougtaa i '.
-A L DKrUJ CO.,
121S-U W. O. W. Bldg.
LlaT your properly with P. N. McCoy
4 1 1 - ..I.. "II kj, . . I . IllJ.
ivr iuica. a.o. (.a dmis ciu.
REAL ESTATE NORTH HIDE
1U8 Florence Blvd , 7-room, all modem
oak finish downstair; 4 large bedrooms
and bath up; full cement basement; ast
fnnt. Price, 83,600. Terms.
Uood 4-room house, new; wire for
electric lights; good well; large lot; a bar
gain at 81. aw. Mnall payment down, bai
tm 811 per month.
c all and let us show you some of our
477 Hrandels Bldg. Phore Doug. 11S9.-
FUH HALE By owner, 8-ruoia bungalow,
north tida; -ay terms. Phone Web. IbiH,
WILL SELL AT SACRIFICE. seiaraU
or collt lively, 8 houses ranging from 8
to 8 rooms at 2ftth and Caldwell, walking
distance, w in take emau payment down
and. balance monthly, hee owner at M
tiustou store tuag. Douglas vtli.
REAL ESTATF NORTH SIDE
NEAR BEMLS PAUK
Almost new B-room cottage, strictly alt
modern, oak finish In living room, fine
south front lot, paved street all paid.
C. n. CARLBERO,
8U Brandels Theater Bldg
ONLY 83.10 CABH
And priced down to 83.31). ' Strictly
modern. wll nnlshed and complete.
Very rood location on raved afreet. Thla
la a bargain. Phone Douglaa 3ti2X
1215-18 W. O. W. Bldg.
REAL ESTATF SOUTH BIDE
Here it Is. six-room brand new hunaa-
low. oak finish, strictly modern and up-to-date
In every way; choice corner lot,
paved street. Hanscom Park district.
Price for this week ask ua shout It
Terms arranged, or good lot taken as
iirsi payment. Bee this at once.
Douglas 1S&3. , 106 McCsgue Bldg
NEAR FIELD CLUB
7 rooma. all modern, hot water heat.
cement basement and walks; fine east
ironi iot: pavei street; choice looatton.
Price 83,00. Located on 8Sth Ave.
C. G. CARLBERG,
813 Bandela Theata Bldg. . ,
REAL FSTATE WEST SIDE
At the southwest corner of 4Mb and
Farnam fits, we have the best baraain
in Dundee, a 7-room. "terand new, ali mod
em house, has living room, dining room,
den and kitchen on first floor; 8 very
fine bedrooms and bath room on second
floor; one of the bedrooms Is lZH ft.
All of the bedrooms are finished with
beautiful oak floors and oak doors and
ivory, finish on the woodwork. Th
living rooms are finished In beautiful
oak with beamed ceilings, built-in buffet
in the dining room, built-in bookcase and
writing desk. Built-in "Powell" cabinet
in kitchen. A good automatic heater In
the basement. There Is absolutely noth
ing lacking In this house- It has screens,
shades and decorations. The street is
paved on both sides and It Is a beautiful
corner lot 5MB0 ft. On top of the hill,
a high and sightly location, 80 blocks
west of the Omaha City Hall. The price
Is 8f,600, and reasonable terms can be
made to good party.
See It today.
Charles W. Martin & Co.,
Tyler 187. 74? Omaha National Bank Bldg.
7 Sold; Only 2 Left
Each 43xl?3, on eomr. onlr W minutoiT
Wstlk WOnt ftvtrn nnstnff4M at a
cash and $1 per week. . , ,
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.
1016 Omaha National Bank. Douglas I7H.
All modern cottage. Just east of Bemls
park, beautiful large shady eaat front
lot. In. elegant location. Cottage la com
pletely modern with t nice rooms and
oak floors throughout. Price 81,800. About
8iie cash and 8-S on per month.
JEFF W. BEDFORD 4k HON.
509 State Bank Bldg. Doug. S320
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN '
Happy Hollow '
Bllv a lot In lt.nnv TTr.llw 1M-
between Dodge St. and Underwood Ave.
ana oia ei. ana tne nappy Hollow Blvd.
YOU WILL NEVER) REGRET
Investing your money In this addition. .
...protect your investment.- - -EA8Y
will be made.
PLATS AND PRICES
will be mailed you upon application and
we will be glad to show you thla addition
by automobile at any time which may
suit your convenience. .
DON'T WATT '.
but buy now and take advantage of the
...wean ui nun, la lou DV Deea Sold.
George & Company
Fhona D. 7M. 80? Clty'National Bank Bldg.
Hollow Cut $500
7 room, modern. In excellent condition,
with large living room, with fireplace
and hllllJvt Knr.1. in - V. - n . . . :
Jt, 7 ----- -. - ..v., titinas,
dining room, kitchen, reoeptioa hall, with
closet and mirrored door, oak floors and
uuri a oearooms on seoona floor:
one an Inclosed sleeping porch; full c
rriAnt rtai aAmanr uliV. LVw .
brick foundation; carafe and driveway
Glover & Spain
19- City National
" Dundee Lots
1 AA a-K . . J tiA . -
. a (-r ni'Tiin Diiys a few
Choice north and south front lots, bvxlio
ft. each, on paved streets with city water,
sewer, etc.. In street, with 6 per cent dls
cunt for all rash. These lots lay. high
and sightly and are protected by a rea
sonable building restriction, gee us Iw
foe they are 1 s Id. Nine sold within
w own cBwtfuay, IOIS loll.
George & Company
Phone D. 766. 90? City Nafl Bank Bldg.
THIS HOUSE MCBT BE SOLD.
A handsome 8-room house In Dundee
Strictly lurirlrn a nA ...... 4-. "
lot. garage, fruit, shrubs, etc.; woodwork
nwim, larae reception room
downstairs; 3 rooms snd bath upstairs:
fine full cement basement. He sure and
see thla on 60th Ave., 2 blocks from
t'arnam car line.
.',wju oown. balance on good terms.
W. M. NASH & CO.,
Real Estate. Rentals and Insurance.
vk ncq rung. 1'hone Hed ZJ3.i
CLEAR -a. blk. in Falraore district, on
west Dodge ,st. Call for particulars. C
J. Canan, 610 McC'ague Bldg.
Fine Home in
Two-story, - seven-room house, has all
modern conveniences, beautiful large lot
mulberry hedges, two blocks to car.
Owner Is going on farm and has rturl
the price Iruin 8i.6U to $3,000 for quick
THE VOQEL REALTT AGENCT,
1015-lfi W. O. W. Bldg. Doug. jW
REAL ESTATE MISCEIXAXEOfg
HEALED bids will be received un in
April IS, 1915, at my office for the frame
house, and also for the barn on the new
site of the First Presbyterian church on
the northwest corner of 14th and Farnam
Sts., and known as ifo. 8408 Farnant St.
Buildings to be removed before April 30.
Terms cash. Right to reject any or all
bids Is reserved.
Alfred C. Kennedy
S0 First National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Good Killing Cattle duftrttr to Forty,
Higher for Week Fat Lamb
Are Fairly Active.
HOGS AGAIN SLOW AND LOWER
SOUTH OMAHA. April T. IMS.
Reretnfa . - - 1 1 vr . - 0ku.
Official Monday .7 7.2r4 !.
Official Tiwiri... iiu mu . i sr
Fstlmata Wednesday ..' 4.W uiwo i.tco
Three Ha v' tnmm , ttm . avr 49 fia
" 3aya" last week'!lMS m!jT8 wiJTS
fame weeks sgo......la .4 81 .WO
sme 1 weeks sgo J3.4M M.41 .
Same i weeks ago H.I08 M.4I8 37.8TI
fame days last year.... 8,571 88.8JT 11.795
Tha foUowtng table snows the receipts
ef cattle, hosi nti ki a k BAntii
Omaha live stock market fer the year te
oie as compaTM with last year:
IMI Ibll T..
rl TNI m.ItU M9iJ
"" af. 787.674 171.421
pneeo imki ium t m
The fodowtng table shows the average
rtca ror hogs at the South Omaha live
tack market for the last few days, with
Data. mt. nn4.ll tl8.lU.Ul.l0.
4f. 10 4l
f 4S 10 41
41 110 Ml
86 10 5
8 47 V. I
J I 41 84 T 41
8 M 10 n
Apr Id 1
8 n 10 ?
Sunday. ' !
Hecelpts and disposition of Uva stock
at the Union fctock Tarda. South Omaha,
for th twenty-four hnura andlna: mt 1
, . Cattle. Hoga Sheep. H r'.
C. M. Bt. P 11 8
8 . .. t
H U ,
Missouri Psrlflo .... 1
L'nlon Paclfln la
C. A N. W east. a 28
O. s N. W.. wtMt... M
t'., ft. J M. at O.. 11
C. R A O I
C., B. 4V Q.. west... M
C. R. I. at P.. eaat. 11
C.. R, I. P., west.
Illinois Central ..... 1
Chicago Q. W S
Total receipts ...
DI 8 POSITION HEAD.
Morris at Co..
Swift & Co ,
Cudahy Packing Co....
Armour A Co
fich warts A Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co
p'o. Omaha Packing Co
Morrell Packing Co
Cudahy from country..
w. u. vansant Co
Benton, Vansant a L.
F. B. Lewis
J. B. Root 4k Co ,
J. H. Bulla
I F. Husi
Werthelmer Degen... 122
H. F. Hamilton.. V, .
Hulllvan Bros 17'
Mo. Kan. Calf Ob ina
Baker. Jones a Smlt..
Tanner Bros ,..
John Harvey ,
Totals.'.........,.. 4.E21 , 10,589 1,480
CATTLE Receipts were moderate at
this point, only 4.000 head being reported
in. and other points were alao moderately
supplied. The total receipts for the three
days this week foot up 18.836 bead at thla
point, being smaller than most recent
about I.D00 head.
Beef steers, both heavy and light, were
In active demand and the market 10815c
higher than yesterday. Everything sold
tiulckly, the yards being cleared) at an
early hour. Good beeves sold up to $8.00.
The market Is now safely 3&840o higher
than laat week's close, the advance bing
the most marked on heavy grades, which
are fully 40e higher. The commoner kinds
ef cattle selling around 17.00 have not
shown so much advance.
Cows and heifers were active sellers and
the desirable kinds were 10316c higher
than yesterday, or BtMOc higher than last
week. Cannera and common rough cows
have not ahown so much advance. Heavy
hulls, which were extremely hard to move
last week, while not ao very much
higher, are selling with greater freedom.
Btockers and feeders were strong today,
the same as they have been every day
this week. The moderate offerings were
all taken early In the morning.
Quotations on rattle: Uood to choice
oornfed beeves. $7.(19.00; fair to good
eornfod beeves. 87.26ff7.5U; common to fair
cornfed beeves, 36.60tff7.15; good to choloe
heifers. 86. 407.10; good to choice cows,
M.15&675; fair to good cows, 86.60iitt.26;
common to fair oows, 83.7i3.S0; good to
choice stockers and feeders, H.tOilM;
fair to good stockers and feeders. K7K
710; common to fair stockers and feeders,
$5.7634.76; stock heifers, 35.863ff'. stock
cows. SS0O&: Mbork calves, 36.OOiSi7.60;
veal calves, $7.0t6.76; bulls, stags, etc.,
BEEF STEERS. ,
A. fr. Ha.
.... T 4 44 4
.... Tal T
104 7 14 10
.... M IN 3D
.... m t 14 14
....lflOl TM M
-Hi 7 46 U
...till 1 14
...ILKt 7 M
... 454 T Si
IMA 7 W
STEERS AND HEIFER?.
9S 75 1 T s
7l 7 10 14 7S7 7 tft
424 7 14 . 13 104 7 60
IM 7 Si 14 1174 7 73
COWS AND HEIFERS. 1
74 3 0 U 1013 8 73
1014 4 74
CO WSAND CALVES.
644 4 40
4 4 10 it in 3 74
(Hi IX 4 7 f li
in M 1 4MS T M
670 4 44 1 IS) T 36
347 60 641 7 M
110 4 6 424 t M
74 t 640 7 60
474 T 14 4 IM 3 44
464 1 64
3 14tt 4 24
10 3 64
REAL ESTATE nsCELLAMXU8
Nat'l Realty Co.
Sella and trades R. E. tl Bee Bldg. P. S403.
HERB IS A SNAP.
Two lots, 2lh St, near Plnkney, tiSO
Four lots near 4tn ana eewara, iro
Two lots, south omaha. tano each.
Fine lot, Kountse Place, $1,800.
Inquire 41 Karoacn uioca.
$100 DOWN, $26 MONTHLY.
modern l hlnrlf to ear. schools, churches
and stores. Only 32.M.
PAYNE INVESTMENT LOHrAMl
HOT WATEIt HEAT
T ROOMS, all modern, birch finish, ele
gant eaat front lot, paved street with
paving all paid, choice location on Skill
Ave. Price $4,600, terms If desired.
813 Brandels Theater Bldg. -
FIVE ROOMM. MODERN, $.M. TERMS.
OWNER. WEB. 16i.
HAVE two close in dandy apartment
sites cheap. Call Walker at 917 Omaha
National Bank Building.
LOT OPPORTUNITY HERE.
Two east front lots, half block Grand
Ave. car. block and half school; only $7uc
both; Immediate action.
East front lot. H. list, half block' south
Hanscom park; below value.
CARLSON aV WALLIN. AH MeCsgue.
Pbon D. S4S3; evenings, Harney
ri 3 74 8 114 3 73
4 M 8 M
6itK hKhc AMI FELDKKS.
8 7M 3 1 it f 7
i Kn 4 10 1:: ' 7 X
1 774 4 74 I; 7 '!
I Ji 7 10 2i. 7 U
14. 707 t 14 41 l 7
4 ?l 7 li 4 1M 7 10
14 7S4 1 34
lKH)sHHTipi were not overly larac,
something like 14 rars. or IIM) head be
ing rertefi in. For the three days the
supply aniounta to S2.M7 head, 7elng about
amaller than last wock, but i,'Hj larger
than a year no.
Shippers refused to pay as much of a
premium today as they did early yester
day, and while they bouKhl freely, the
prices paid were no more than ateady
with the late shipping sales yesterday, or
a full dime lower than their early pur
chases Tuesday. Most of their hogs
cost around $u.n.,wiih a Kprlnkllng on
either side of thla figure.
Packers oiened out very bearish again
this morning, making the curly blda at
flat loe lower prices. A a was the case
yesterday sellers were ssking fully steady
prices, and as they refused to take any
lean, nothing was done In the parking
trade until well along towards 11 o'clock.
By this tin.e bids had improved slowly
until they Tere no more than a shade to
6c lower. Even then nothing was cashed
and. In fact, , no one cut loose until
values had reached a steady level. The
first hogs sold might have been Just a
pinch lower, but the big end of the sales
were fully steady, and some made at the
best time were stronger, so thst the gen
eral packer trade was Just about th
same as Tuesday's.
Owing to the weaVness In shipping
J trades, the average showed up slightly
ower. Most of the killer sales landed
around . and the bulk of all the hogs
sold at with a few best ship
pers as high as $..". Shipping demand,
while large, was more conservative to
day, and none of the high sales that have
keen made early on prevloua dava of the
week showed up. This accounts for a
i.-ic nrop in lops.
No. At. 8h. Pr. No. At. Bk. FT.
10 N IM 14 4 ... IH
I W4 ... 4 40 M -1 BM 4 M
14 M ... 3 64 46 M 0 4 4714
II 434 ... 4 6e 41 tM ... 4 471
1 4:0 ... 4 4S jnt ... 4 S
II S.17 10 4 60 M rit ... 4 m
4 T ... .'4 73.. 1 ... 3 3U
TS 241 l6 4 63 41 m ... 3 44
344 ISO 4,15 43 UA ... 3 46
SHEEP-Witl a very moderate riln of
sheep and lambs here prices paid were
ngnt up in una with those on Tuesday s
market. While thla waa ao, trade waa
not quite ss snappy as yesterday and the
early messages from eastern markets In
dicated a slow and weak business at
those points. There were several loads
of good lambs available this morning,
but aside from this the general quality
waa not quite as good. Two rare of
Nebraska ted Mexicans, light and In good
condition, brought yesterday's lop, $1030.
The bulk of the lambs found an outlet
anywhere from 176 to $10.16, according
to weight and quality. The shipping de
mand waa not as broad. 1 he clearance
Old sheep formed a light proportion of
the receipts and nothing good was here.
Prloea were fully steady. Such ewes as
were on sain moved around sx.00.
The receipts foot up 6,000 head, as
gainst 10,064 a week ago and 4,666 a year
ago. For the week to date the receipts
have been light compared with last week,
tooting up only some 32,937 head, as com
pared with 86,676 for the same days a
Quotations on sheep snd lambs: Lambs:
light, $10.0uiT10.ab; lambs .heavy, f.7fr(
10.00: lambs, shearing. $8,75r9.; Mexi
cans, 3S.4vaj.7t.; lambs, fed western,
9.6t; lambs, shearing, $S.l0i(18.60; yearlings,
light. jVU.KHtf.UO; yearlings, heavy. x Wis
8.o; wethers, good to choice, 37.8ntig.10;
wethers, fair to goon, 47.sxKurr.ib; ewes,
good te rhotce, $UWIU0; ewes, fair to
No. Av. Pr.
1&2 fed ewe 101 8 00
93 cull ewes 90 7 (0
r9 Mexican lambs K4 10 80
89 Mexican yearling 68 8 60
490 fed lambs "6 9 7u
140 fed lambs . 81 10 10
401 Colorado ewes 81 '760
175 Colorado ewes 87 730
464 fed lambs Si 10 24
HORSESLoral horsemen began blight
and early this n crnlng filling a u?w order
tor light gunners ror, ins ere rum army.
The foreign buyers had a good assort
ment of horses to select from aa the
quality showed a considerable Improve,
ment over laat week snd two weeka. Both
commercial and war horses sold in about
the same notches as for the last two
weeks back, the condition surrounding
the general trade showing no material
difference. It waa still the case of buy
ers taking the cream of th offerings and
leaving the less desirable grades to find
whatever outlet was available. The
astern demand continued very limited
and the southern trade was still at . a
standstill. The local country business
for farm horses was not as good as a1
year ago at this time, thla being at
tributed to the backwardness of spring
and the prevailing high cost of feed.
For war purposes horses weighing from
l.loo pounds to 1,200 and in good condition
were most sought after. The local mar.
kct has another big contract for all classes
of war horses, buying to commence April
36. and spnclflcatlons the samo aa tire.
viously noted In these columns.
CHICAGO LIVE! STOCK MARKET
Cattle Strwngr Hosja Steady -Sheep)
CHICAGO. Apr. 7.-CATTLB Recelnta.
11,0110 head; market strong; native beef
steers. 36.00A4i.iW: western steers. 8.1 HiVoS
7.60; cows and heifers, 83.00tr7.60; calvea,
HOUiJ-Recelpta. 21.000 head: market
steady at yesterday' average: bulk of
salea, tH.WXllt.W:, light. 36.Rr4i.96: mixed.
3.0H.92Vi- heavy. S6.40fo8.90; rough, 86.40
&4I.66; pigs, S6.6fltf4.&0.
miaif AND IAMBS-Receipts, 15,000
head; market firm; sheep, $7.4O8.60;
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT. Mo.. April 7. CATTLE
Receipts, 6,300 head; market higher; beef
steers loc higher; other cattle stcaov to
strong: prime fed steers, $.108.60;
dressed beef steers, $7.00t8.00i western
stetrs, 4tt.7ta 10; Blockers and feeders.
36 Lfa.00; bulls, $0.&6.6o; calves, 16.00
HOGS Receipts. 9,600 head; market
higher: bulk, $6.7r4Ti.K5; heavy,' .70H.kft;
packers and butchers. $6.Tbu6.86; light,
J.ti'ni.S6; pigs. 36.3.V&6 90.
.SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. R.OOO
head: market higher; Ismbs, $9.fiO7rl0.3.i:
yearlings. SB My.2i; wethers, $7.50iQ.40;
St. Loals LIT Stock Market.
ST. LOUTS, Mo., April 7. CATTLB
Receipts, 8,000 heed; market strong; native
beef steers. S7.0oafc.9U; cows and heifers,
$&.6038.60; stockers and feeders. $6.7Ixf(7.2.";
southern steers, $S.4r7.7I; rows snd heif
ers. 84 0016.00; native calves. ti OUO.OC.
HCKi 8 Receipts, 40.900 head; market
steady; plga and lights, $6.77.30; mixed
and butchers. 86.Mt7.20; good heavy, $6.9u
IsHttif AKU 1.AMU8 Receipts, 1.70
neaa; marKet sieaqy to strong; native
muttons, 87.00 a &; Iambs. 3!.60r 10 45:
yearlings, 87.&orx2J.90; sheared yearlings,
glens City Lira Stark Market.
RIOITX CITF. Anril l-PATTI.l" R..
r i ii a iia, 1 1 h f i m.r..r aiiv' n.ii...
steers, 86 VS100; butchers, $5.0Ot7.00; cows
nu tieiiera, . jv; canners, 4A.wa'4.vu;
stockers and feeders. $6 4647 2r: . calves,
rvwnis.iiv; puns, stags, etc., 34.75e6.00.
HOOK-Recelpts, 6.700 bead; market 6c
lower; heavy, $4.6Wji.6r,; mixed. S6.l'it
8 36; light, 36-604, .U; bulk of sales, $6.60
SHEEP AND LAMRH.Recsinta tea
t Joseph LIT Stork Market
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., April 7. CATTLE
Recelpta, 6O0 head; market higher; steers,
37 OO'uS.&o; cows and heifers. U.Wa.0:
calv. lii O-i! 60.
llOON Reoeipts. 1(00 head; market
higher: top, V SO; bulk of sale, H.kn.0.
SHEEP AND I.A MHf4 Receipts. 1,JAI
heod; market steady; lambs, $9.7110.30.
NEW TORK. April 7 METALS Lead:
Steady at $4.17'v4.221i: London. 21.
Spelter: Nominal; London, 42 !:.
Tin; Quiet; five-ton lots, 347 00. bid.
Copper: Firm: electrolytic. $l.ialti.Z5;
casting. $15 S.'Vtrli.irT'i. Iron; Quiet and
At London: Bpot copper. rrt)8e; fu
tures. a70rs6d. Spot tin. 16o ; futures,
ildb 10'. Antimony, itwKa'.
t. I.ools Orala Market.
BT. Ilt'IH. Mo., Aprtl I-WHEAT-N11
3 red. $1 6iL.; No t hard, $1.66tl 1.66; May.
$1.4K'S'. July. $1 17V
CORN No. 2. 7V: No. 1 white, 77V;
Mav. laviK; July, lo'ic.
OATU No. 2. 6'JV.c, No. t white, 68fjtJ4c,
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Elimination of Russia as Wheat
Shipper Severely Telt in Ad- -rancing
ITALY SENDS NOTHING OUT
OMAHA. April 7. 1916.
Statistics show that no one country has
purchased thua far thla season anywhere
near their requirements. Consumption has
been on a very large avals and the elim
ination of Russia aa a shipper has been
eeverely felt in the sharp advance In
J rices. The entire population of Europe
(a dependent on foreUn supplies until next
Reports fall to show that Germany has
received anv wheat or flour from Italy
evcep: a small amount which was re
ceived during th first few dsys in Au
gust. The first crop reports of the season
are now being received and because of
the greatly Increased acreage and gener
ally good wintering of the plant the sit
uation may be regarded aa bearish.
In the cash trade there appears to be
a feeling that eastern domanda will con
tinue to reduce atocka materially In the
near future. The oala market Is weak and
shows nn ability to act Independent of
the wheat and corn markets.
Omiiha Spot Market Wheat waa un
changed; corn. 4c lower to Uc higher;
oata were unchanged to 4c lower.
Clearancea were: Wheat nd flour,
equal to 1,6K).0oO bu.; corn, 8.10,000 bu.; oats,
Liverpool close: Not qunteo.
Primary wheat receipts were 807,8fO bu,
snd shipments fcfA,fmo bu., sgalnat receipts
of M8.000 bu. and shipments of 700,000 bu.
Primary corn receipts were 74S.O00 bu.
and shipments l.oa.OiiO hit, sgalnst re
ceipts of 7M.OO0 bu. and (hlpmerta of
l,3Af,000 bu. last year.
Primary oata receipts w ere 1.SR1.000 bu
and shipments 1.177,000 bu.. asslnst re
ceipts of "ai.ono hu. and shipments of
1.6W.WW bu. Isst year.
Wheat. Com. Dts,
Kansss Cltv 80
M. lxula 48
These sales were reported today:
Wheat: No. S hard winter: 1 far, Sl.&OVj;
t cars, $1.K). No. hard winter: 1 ear
(turkey!, $1.61; 1 car, 81.4t4. No. 8 spring:
1 car, $.. No. 4 spring: 1 car. $1.36.
Corn: No. S white: oars. Tie. No. 4
white: 1 car, 6V; 1 car, c No. 8 yel
low; 1 rars, no; 1 car. 70H0. mo. yel
low. 1 car. 7VVo; oars, wc. mo,
low! i cara fiV4t: 4 cars. 89i4c.
No. yellow; 1 car, 6- No. S mixed
1 car. 6'. No. S mixed: 1 car
(near white), 70"4c,' 1 car (near white),
70c; t cars. 69Aie. No. 4 mixed. S cars.
C3c; 8 cars, Ro: I cars, SStici I car, 4V,c;
1 car, 4o. No. 6 mixed: t cars, 9c; 1 car,
68Sc; 1 car, 1 car, 6?He. Oata: No. i
whit: S cars. R4c No. 4 white: l 'car,
6o; 1 car, 63Hc. Sample: S car. UVtc
Bye: Sample: 1 car, 81.07.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 1
Turkey, $1.61(11.61; No. t Turkey, $1.60H3
! 61: No. S hard. $1.4HTfl.60: No. I hard,
1.4H3 1.494: No. 3 spring; $1.4?1.60: No.
durum, $1.40771.41; No. S durum, $1. Steffi. 41.
Corn: No, 1 white. 7mifjn:y: No. 1 white.
71W14c: No. $ white, 7W;ic: No. 4
white, 691W9He; No. 6 white, sH4JHo;
No. ( white, 6S',MSVie; No. 1 yellow, 71
71Vc; No. 1 yellow. 7ti&71r : No. 3 yellow,
7i7(tt4c: No. 4 yellow, 9flWc: No. I
yellow, 6Rifl9e: No. 8 yellow, hS'iQtix'Vic;
No. 1 mixed, 69H7"T4c; No. 3 mixed, 6&H
t94ie; No. S mixed. ti?Hc; No. 4
mixed, 6Wfl9cj No. 6 mixed, 67VkTre; No.
6 mixed. 7i-4c Oats: No. t white, Ufr
$rc: standard, 64H'uMc; No.- white.
63'94c; No. 4 white. MV4Me. Barley:
Malting, 66ft74c; No. t feed, fti70. Rye:
$1.0fll.l0; No. 8. $L(4fl.09,
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feat a res of the Trading; CloalnaT
Prices an Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, April T.-Ralns that allayed
rear of drouth dainagn started the wheat
market today on a decline, which was
emphasised later by the government crop
report and by rumors that Austria had
sued tor peace. Th close waa heavy at
a loss of lVSe net. Corn finished Ho
down, oala, off Wke and provisions
varying from a setback of 6o to a rise
Mojstur over nearly th entire west,
with predictions of ample showers where
needed further east put an end at once
to dry weather talk and brought about
Immediate selling pressure on wheat.
Something of a reaction ensued, but the
government crop report turned out to be
about as bearish as expected and the
bulls again withdrew support. Covering
by shorts caused only a brief rally and
then th market seemed almost without
a friend, especially aftor late cable ad
vices of Russian progress tended to con
firm gossip thst Austria was negotiates
to end the war.
Absence of any Important new export
demand for wheat attracted conalderable
notice In view of the aaknowledgnd short
age across the Atlantic. The dearth of
Iresh buying for ocean shipment, how
ever, did not alter the fact that clearances
for Europe continued on a big scale, the
total for the last two days amounting to
nearly four times as much as for th
corresponding time a year ago,
Corn eased otf with wheat and a a
result of Improved weather conditions.
Most of the trade was betweti pit specu
lators. Oats were relatively firm, owing
to seaboard suvlnar of ths May delivery.
In addition there were cash sales her of
JOO.OtO bushels chiefly for export.
Demand for provisions was only tair.
Most of the buying was on resting orders
that could not be filled exrept on dips.
Futures ranged as follows:
Artlclsl Open. High 1 Low. Close IMotTy;
10 10 26
Chlcaao Caah Priors Wheat : No. 1 red.
31 6ft.M1.6V: N"- hard. ll.sbViftl.6a,
Corn: No. yellow, TIHc; No. 4 yellow,
70Wf7m ats: no. s wmua, wj.ir,
r.Ti n7lXe llvi Nn. 1 81. IT.
mainmm, ui'i y -- . ;
nariry. "-. "I-.""'' V, .
0.2S: clover, "!"'" rrann
31B.72V4; iara, .-, rn".
ltt.TTr.lv itigner; craannjij, w.
EXKleV-L'nsettied; receipU. ll 0 cases;
at mark, caeca Included. K18Vc; ordi
nary firsts. 17Vo: firsts, lHc.
I'OTATOES Receipt, 23 cars; un-
chansed. . , , ,,,,
POL LTRi Alive, lower; iow , iu
14Vc; springs. Wc.
NEW YORK, April 7. COFFEE The
market for coffee futures was very quiet
until after midday, but trade Interests
became more .even aniv sellers during
the late trading and prices broke quite
sharply, with the close snowing a net
loss of from 10 to 14 point a Hales were
11 kjCi hue a Anril. .0bc: May. .iuc: June
dir.r: Julv. 7.14e: August. 7.81c: Septem
ber. 7.asc: ocioper. 7.440; jNovemner, i.ew;
December. 7.64c: January. 7.49c; February,
7.64c; March 7.89o The decline waa ao-
comnanied by rumors that cor fee had
been aold afloat on th basis ef aa for
reis basis, but no chang or importance
was reported In the cost and freight
ticket. The close was quiet st So for
rels and lOUc for Bantoe 4s. The Bra
sillsn cables reported no change In Rio
exchange or In the Rio market, but
Mantos was 100 rels lower.
NEW TORK. April 7.-COTTON-Spot.
quiet; middling uplands, 9.96c; no sales.
The cotton market cioeed barely steady.
at a net decline of from 14 to 1 points.
Cotton futures closed barely ataady;
May, 9 73o;. July, lOOUc; October, 10.41c;
December, 10.u&c; January, lu.toc.
Evaporated Apples aa Dried Frwlts
NKW YORK, April T EVAPORATED
DRIED FRUITS Prunes. barely
steady. Apricots, quiet, reaches, easy.
' Dry Oaxide Market.
NKW YORK. Aprtl 7. DRT GOODS-
rollon goods wer firm and quiet today.
Yarns were firm. Knit goods were ad
vanced. Burlapa were scarce. Embroid
eries were In better demand.
1 HH 1 tW4
. IVft . 75
17 IT OS
17 67H 17 80
10 Kk 10 0
10 80 10 SO
1 86 10 26
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Session, in Its Essential Features,
Xarg-ely Repetition of Days
NFTtV YORK, April T la Its essentia'
features today s stock market was largely
a repetition of the days preceding. Prires
mane runner p roe-re as though gain were
mainly In the specialties, which have'
dominated operations of the last fort
night. Trading waa subject to frequent,
fteriod of dullness and total transactions
were somewhat under recent averages. '
Automobile shares broke Into new high
grade, with galna which ran as high as
seven points. Petroleum stocks, fertilis
ers, the smaller steel companies and
numerous other miscellaneous Issues
Joined In this movement which again
bore traces of professional manipulation.
These) advances were partly nullified
by corresponding declines In various spe
cialties. Including Bethlehem steel, gen
eral electric, Cuban-American sugar and
more subordinate Issues. Rock Island and
Missouri Pacific were active at advances,
but leadera Ilka t."nlfn Pacific, Cnlted
Mtals eiteel, Reading and Almalgamated,
rose and fell alternately..
Contrary to expectations, th publica
tion of the government crop report, which
showed Improvement In the average con
dition of winter wheat over last Decem
ber, failed to exercise the slightest In
fluence, likewise sale ef refined cop
per at a fraction over 18 cents- fsiled of
favorable effect In the metkl group.
Rates of exchange on London were
lower on heavy offerings of hankers bills
by a leading Institution, continental ex
change fell in proportion at a degree,
francs and marks rasing perceptibly. Re
mittances on Rome were unchanged, de
spite the belief that a loan or credit
to Italy la Impending.
London waa again a seller of our
stocks In the home market, and here
transcontinental const It u tod the chief
offerings. It la believed thst these ssles
were made aa a preliminary to another
large British treasury loan.'
Local and Interior banks are once
more In tho money market long tlma
loans and purchases of commercial paper
constituting a large part of their recent
Total sales of stock amounted to
Bonds went Irretrular. with tome de
cided galna in Missouri Panlflo 4a, Chi
cago fc Eastern Illinois 6a and Rock
Island debentures Total sale par value
aggregated $3,T7t4.(l. r
1' ruled states bonds wer unchanged en
Number ef sales and leading quotations
on stocks today were:
Sale. SUsa. Lew. Owe.
Aluka fleld .' l.Ou S 34 ,
Amalsmate4 ceroer 4
Americas SMet Sugar.... t.10 4K 46 44
Airerleaa Caa " 31 31 It
Amartraa H. R 3,Ma t t tl
Aatarleaa S. a R. et.. KW w IM
Am. Hussr Rf1alns...v 7o 1"4 1 14
Amwleaa T1 Tsl I liH US - Ill's '
Asisrlraa Tnhaose 3n4 SWU t IM
Anrenla Mining - 1.4" l , XI S
AtCMaon ,1W 10W !" inn-B
P.lllmnrs a Ohio l. 7'4 7:4 1Z
Pinnklrn Rspia Tranlt.. I.KXl ana as tn
t'.llfomla PetralMiai .... he 17 t4U. 14
f.n.dlto P. Itlo 1M 1434 14X14 lJi,
rVrlml kriilltr ., I.soa lf.4 't
rhtmap (lid l.iws 44
CTilr. Oraat Western.. 4W 17i ll'i 13
CMr.., M. Kt P.... 1,7W I' "
Chlcam N. W 1J
rMno Opw 4.a 4"S tS'i 4'4
tlra4e Pwol tm..., 3.10 Sn4 14 tW
OnlnraiVn 44 Hnuihsra 600 41 14 H '
p.nw Rle Ormnrte.... 7'
rmaTar 4 H. O. pf4.... AMI 14 II 14
piatllisrs' Bsritrlllwt .... 1 'i H
grla 3.6ns n 7'4 7'4 '
Oeeeral lHo 147 14! !,
Orest Noclhera 1fd l." 1" l,TH HT .
Oraat Vr. Or Ml. 6.1M H T4n UN
Oueceolislni Kislorstlna... SM 64S 31 i Ma
Illinois Owitral , I1"
!ntertnrmin M.t. pti.... I SW) f' 7S 4i
Insplrailoa Cnvisw M.ion ;fk 44 7
InUrwUlonal Hftrrseter .. ' II
kiuhi ntr soutiiara.... T' j ri'4 74
11,l.h V.II.V 1.201 1S7U 'l.W
lul.vlll a NaahTllla l'
Mntnan Patralsum '.'' TO r ri
Miami Csjhi ,' r4 ".4 U
Mlnaosrt, K. T... U.6" 1"t .
Mlnourt Pacinr 31.100 1l4 U"4 11
National Klsel 114
national uamm a.i-' t.
Nrtcila Ooppor 3.(m4 US lS )"4
Nvv York (Mitrsl , 1.74 S 64
H. T.N. H. H I to 4014 41V 6
Norfolk s Wentsra ..... lat
Northam rwnllle 6 10 lei m 17
rarirte Mall n
f!lfle Tel. A Tal '17
P.no.rlTanla 1,704 J47St 147 1V7
fullsian Palaoa car 11
TUT Oon. CinMr 6 Ins II v teu tfttl
-dln 46.4 141 H lr. 14'
iKsakll Iras A gtssl... 7.1' 4 4H II 14i
rh uin ra mo "4 "4
Ttock I.l.nd Oj. D(4 1.404 t4 1 K
w. i. 4 r. u ta iti
ftonthora raoltle It Inn 44 HU
Vuthrs lUllwtr t."4 I"" 17H I'S
Traeea Oiepsr em sn4 aiv4
Ten Tommuir , ,. 40S 141 140 11
l'nlon prirto li:"1 l-.-li I"
l'nlon rartrln if4 l M4 son ns
llnltad Piatrs Rtacl 6Wi 4w vt
t: H. Stoat r l I K4w 1 10k
l'fall roptT l.nod 64 ITS 4T't
W'atiaah std I" 4 !H 8t
Wntara tnloo , Its 4r,Uj .v,
WMtlnshouw Kleetrlo .. 7.71 774 74 ts,
Xinnlana fnnaimctlon ... :4 6: 14 IJ'i
Total salaa for th ear. 634, abtraa.
New Yark Meaey Market.
NEW YORK. April T. MERCANTILE
PAPER II per rent. '
STERLING kx:manqk Bteanier: six
ty-day bills. 34.7685; for cables. 34.7W6: for
demand, 84.7960. ,
silver liar, oomc: Mexican dollars.
BONDS Oovernment. steady; railroad
TIME LOANS-steady; sixty day,
per cent; ninety days, t per cent; six
months, St per cent.
CALL MONEY Steady: high. SV4 per
Cent; low, S per cent; ruling rate. S per
cent: laat loan. IV per cent; nosing bid.
I rer cent; offered at 2 per cent.
'losing quotations on oonas loauy wer
a follows: . -
V. 8. rat, S rag... Hit Ms. Pee. T. ..... 4'
so ssupoa ' N. Y. C. . Wa.... M .
U. 8. . r4l ;..3lwM. Y. Oltr Ha....lH4
4e eaupea ..loiN. Y. Hat 4H...1'J
TJ . a rasitarad.los,.N. T.. N. U. R.
4 seupoa e. 4 1M14
yaaaaia as mrm..wv.T9 m. rnsiiia --
Am. gmaiurs .. .10444 do 4s '
A. T. T. ST. W B. U. tar. ... 40
Armour A Cs. 4Vs.. 114 Pan. T. a T. Is.... 44'
Attbwoa saa,4a.... M'enB. eon. 4a. 44
tal. Oi.lo s nit 3s cos. 4"4........l(lt',
( ha. Okie 4H. M Ra4la m. 4a
C. B. Q. i. 4a.... H. L. A . r. r. 4. 7i',
O M A S T g 4w--K ra. er. 4s...... s?4
so or. la 114 ao iaf. 4a.....'.... It;
0 A 8. rf. 4S" .. S3 dp ct. 6 i.
P. . O. rat. 4S.. 41 So 4U1lwar 4a 4
KrU am. 4 71 Loloa Paolfl 4 S5U.
tlaa. KlMtrls 6s..,.ll4 4a cr. 4 ,. mv
aot. Na. lot 4St... n -u. a. nuitoar s...iS4
111. Cn. rat. 4...t'. R. sul aa o:"4
K. C So. rat. U.. II Wabaah lal la t4?
U N. ual. 4.... wwa. fntoa 4 ... rr
M. K. T. 1st 4.. N Weal. tie. CT. 3s.. 33
Omaha Hay Market. 1
OMAHA. Aprtl C-PRAIR1E HAY
Choloe upland, $l2.6Oti13.0O, must be choice
to bring 8I8.0O: No. 1, 311.6ftrj 12.50; No.
$10.0Lall.Oo; No. a $8.000 10. f; choice
midlaml, $11 007 11.50; No. 1. $ll.0r 11.00;
No. 2, $10.011100: No. a W.OUi10 00;
choice lowland. 336ui(ri0.00;, No. 1. VXHXit
9.80: No. 1. H.OOav.OO: No. B. M-OOiQAOO.
8TRAW Oholoe. wheat straw la quot
able at Sa.fr.4p3.60; choice oat or rye.
ALFALFA Chelca pea green, leefv,
fin stem. $11,604,14.60; No. 1. Slt.Moj 13. jo;
No. 1. $11.0Oull.Ou; No. L $9.00iS1I.OO.
Kaasaa City Orala aal Provlsloaa.
KANSAS CITT. April T.-WHEAT-No
t hard, $1 rjoVVgl K2; No. 1 red, $1.4H; May,
$1.44: July, $J.tt'4el.lM; September,
COKN No. S mixed. 7?Vc; No. t white,
Wo; No. S yellow, 74Hc: No. 3, 74c; May.
71Smie; July. 787STtc;. September.
BCTTER Creamery, S8c; firsts, 86c;
seconds, -c; packing, ISSc
K VU-Firsts. 17Vc; secottds. T7c.
POULTRY-Hena, USsc; roosters, 10c;
Mlaaas4lta Grala Market.
MINNDAPOLTS. Aprtl T. WHEAT
May. $1.41.4.',: July, $1.4 bid: No. I
hard. $1.66S; No. 1 northern. $1.4v,y
l.Sl'l: No. $ northern. i.4$TaCl.T.
RYE 81 Wnl 10.
CORN No. 3 yellow. H7Se.
OATS No. S white, atSVko.
1U4 Oil) DOT HlSHf.W, kaiwl waakly.
lie a ar. Is pusllilia sub view ol
praaaatln Nav York Stark Kachans laTat
BMal oportunttta ciaarlr so auhi-ul ii n
BKalllUa. heu4 for aampl aoyia. It BivmI
r. Hrm Turk cv.
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