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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 191o.
llsht Honrkrrpliil Htwons.
STKAM heated rooms, with alcrrre. kitch
enette furnished. Ogdn Hotel Co.,
I'nuncli Rluffs, la.
rtm a Hir ii i,tpi ro sals)
Houses mil lottaaee.
(01 N. SI, 10 rooms, strictly mod., f.v.
4in N 22, 19 rooms, mod., i baths, tt5.
.'7i Farnam. S room., mod. hrlrk, 3"4).
Farnam. 7 ronrnf, mod., io
2T1S Howard, rooms, mod . tw
1:5.1 N. . 7 rooms, mod., .S.
1J17 S IS, 5 room list for colored. US.
RINOWALT. Hrandela Theater Hltlg.
NOW Tdl'R OPPORTUNITY.
Splendid L'tO-iiTf valley farm, small
hlrlpts., best of neighborhoods, S miles to
own, S7.f0 per acre.
330 A. 1" ml. So. Oak. state capital. t
ml. am'all town; Imp.: sale a Mg sacrifice.
arisen & Wallln. Omaha u.. Mil ague
P-ldg.. Omaha ; Carthage. So. Dak.
REAL K8TATK--FOII EXCHANGE
TEN-ROOM brick house, all modern, re
decorated and reflnlshed, at 3ft li and
ITarncv Ste. Tel 11. til.
MISSOURI Osark farm; 11 acres, to
trade for residence property; give price
nd particulars first letter. Emmet L.
Hlggins. Omaha. Neb.
Dwelling, 414 So. 38th St. ; tiled
vestibule, reception hall, front
and back parlors, dining room
and kitchen, 5 bed rooms, 2
bath rooms, hot water heat,
garage. All in first class con
dition. Location A-l. Benj.
S. Baker. Thones D482, H317,
AN AD! AN farm for sala or trade for
city property. For particulars, address
W. E. White, 324 S. Wth St., Omaha. , .
FOR SALE By owner. 1 acres, house.
fruit trees, berries, trapes, rnicaen
ou.e, barn. ainut a4..
lu0 TO tio.ouo made promptly. F. O.
weaa, weau Bid., lftn ana r arnam pt
The rent you are paying- for an old
house downtown will make the .monthly
payments on a modern well-built bung-alow.
Se me this evening- any time after
.. Take Benson car. get off at 61st St.,
come south half a block to c. 2x
Phone Benson 122.
F. S. TRVLLINGER,
WKST FARNAM l I STRICT.
7-rm. modem houne, liK5 S. 35th
NEW 5-r. bungalow in Orchard Hill.
P. Hutchinson. 1WS Farnam.
5-ROOM house, partly modern: 123 N.
St (upstairs). H.O0. Web. 7UT8.
TBN head good young horses', 1,100 to
I.two pounds, nib uimmitm.
We have a complete list of all houses,
apartments and flats that are for rent
This list can be seen free of char at
Omaha Van Storage Co.. 80S S. Mth 8t
ALL. sites. 13 per month up. SKPtttoo,
Gordon Van Co. S
9 N. 11th St.
Tel. D. 194 or Web. 1SSI.
Stores, moves, packs, ships; storage, 1
ner month. When you move can m
D. 4338 and Tyler 230.
Jf Ti 1 Bzp. no., moving.
I , K PPfl Pcklng storage.
Vs 1VVVU 1207 Farnam. D. (14.
f4 K 1 Van and Storage
ViatrUHTIl SCo. call u for
' 00 timate for raov-
log. packing, shipping. 1713 Webstar fit
II parts of the city.
Crelxh Bons & Co., Bee Bldg.
Stores and Offices.
27th & Leavenworth
This building. 60 by 80, with basement
and second floor, fireproof, built espe
cially for the purpose, being fully
equipped with an necessary machinery,
ovena. wasron. etc. Thla la Tour nnnor.
tunity to get Into the business tight, as
everything- Is new and the location very
Building Is also suitable for a LA UN
DRY, a GARAGE or a CLEANING ES
will make very reasonable terms to
right party. Sea me at once.
Conrad H. Young
322 Brandels Theater.
9-ROOM strictly modern, 116 So. 29th St.
1.5. H. W. Binder. 823 City Nat. Bank
i-nnne uougiaa i.
BAKEKl-More and basement: extra
Heat retaining oven. T. J. HOOK, 1101
N. 18th St.
LARGE barn for rent.
2226 Howard St.
WANTED TO BUY
Tale buys everything 2d hand. Tyler 1414.
OFFICK furniture- bought and sold. J
li Rasa. UUl Farnam, Doug. 614a.
WANTED TO RENT
5 TO 7 ROOMS, modern house in
good neighborhood. Address
FARM RANCH LAND FOR SALE
ATTENTION SETTLERS If you wtah
homesteads or relinquishments In Colo
rado call and see me at the Merchants
hotel. W. H. Packer, Sunday and Mon
TO SETTLERS ONLY-320 ecras for IJU.
Klcn eoru. alfalfa a ad wheat land: no
j. A. xiacy, jrort aa or an. t-oio.
FOR SALE Farms. 160 and SO acres. 1
Beets. Colo. Writ Lei tier. 3364 Ogden
Ave, Chicago, ill.
HAVE YOU A FARM FOR SALE?
Write a good description of your land
ana sena it to tne bioux city, is., journal,
"Iowa'a Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every Friday
eveuing. Mauraay morning and ever
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
tor one monm, giving sixteen ads o
twelve dilferent days 'or .'; or M words,
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper, 2H,00u readers daily In four great
A MONEY-MAKF.R. WITHIN 10 MILES
l"i acres, new 8-room house and plenty
other buildings. All fences hog tight.
liaised 240 hogs last year. Running water
and blue grass, alfalfa and timber pas
tille. Never had hog disease. 75 acres
under cultivation, l ml. to market
only i ml. Council Bluffs. Fossesalo
now, at 14j per acre. v. ml. school, it.
A. F. SMITH CO.
If sy Smith).
II Pearl, Council Bluffs. Ia.
REAL E8TATF) ACREAGE
REAL ESTATE LOANS
CITY and farm loans, t, 6W, per cant.
J. H. Uumont Co.. 41 state nana.
Farnar Smith 8t Co.. 1J20 Farnam SL
WANTED City loans and warrants.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loana
H. W. Binder. City National Bank BUig.
WANTED City loana Petcra Trust Co.
U0a to IW.ow msde promptly. F. I. Wead,
weod lilig., istn and Farnam ets.
SEE us first for farm loans In eastern
Neb. United States Trust Co.. Omaha,
CITY LOANS. C. O. Carlbarg.
310-111 Brandels Theater Biag.
OMA1U homes. East Nebraska farm.
CTKV f.V K REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha National, t hone Douglas 2TU.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE
fjr Title Guarantee and Abstract
iPrr"M modern abstract office.
- On 17th Rt Phfliu O fc7
Jesscn & Morrell,
Bk. Bldg. D. 22A1.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat ii strong-. Soiling from One to
Two Cents Higher, with Corn
and Oats Unchanged.
WHEAT MOVEMENT HOLDS UP
OMAHA. April IS. isli.
Wheat was strong today, selling from
I to 2 cents higher.
corn wsi unchanged to 'c higher, and
oata were unchanged.
The rei-elpta of corn were good, ninety
three cars being reported. While wheat
snd oats wero light, tbere was a fair
demand for all cereals on the list.
The movement of wheat to primary
markets keeps up to good proportions as
compared with last year, the total last
week being 1.H41.O00 bu.. compared with
J.Ktt.OO bu. the week before and I.tCXOOO
bu. for the corresponding time last year.
I nose In tne importing countrlea of
Burol and who are managing the pur
chase of brradatuffa from America. Arg
entina and other exporting nations, are
attempting to convey the Idea to the
I'nlted States especially, thst the crop
prospects In England. Germany and other
countries depending upon the I'nlted
States largely for supplies, are above the
normal. This Is the case especially with
f.umpe normally raises a majority of
the world's wheat, hut experts ssy after
careful Investigation that the crop shrink
age from the loss of acreage and other
wise will be great this year.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour eqtial
to L4,orw bushels; corn. ,000 bushels,
oats. Kl.flOO bushels.
Liverpool close: Wheat and corn not
Primary wheat receipts were sol.tkyi
bushels snd shipments 210.000 bushels,
against receipts of &2S.0O0 bushels and
shipments of XX.OOO bushels last year.
Prtmarr corn receipts were W.OOO bush
els and shipments 4M.oiX bushels, against
receipts of MS.ono bushels and shipments
of fifki.noo buahels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 649,000 bush
els and shipments kkI.000 bushels, against
receipts of !".0(io bushels and shipment
of 697.000 bushels Isst year.
CAR LOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat Corn. Oats
extra firsts, ttflr'ic; firsts. mr:?c; ret-
ular packed, extra firsts, Cr; lirsts, J'S
I'V'; nearby hennerv whites, line to
fancy, Z3c; nearny hennery nrowns, z:'i
CHE WE steady: rereipta. i.R4s coxes;
state whole milk, fresh specials, l.".riFiV;
state whole milk, average fancy. 14if
POULTRY I.lve. nominal; dressed.
quiet; western roasting chickens, froten.
lTtlJIc; fresh fowls, HUlTc; turkey UT
OMAHA bEAF.tlAt, MARKET.
BUTTER No. L l-lo, cartons, :8c; No.
t 0-lb tubs, 20.
CHEESE Imported Swiss. 4c; Ameri
can 8wis, 2c. block gwti JJc; twins.
IVc; daisies. 17V; trlpleta 17Sc: Young
Auertoas, !Sc; blue label brick, 17c; llm
burger. lb., 20r; 1-lb.. 20c; New York
white, ltc; Imported French Roquefort,
riSIl Trout, ldc; large crapplea, 16c;
halibut. 1V-: ehannel ratflah. Ic
SWEET POTATOES Kanaaa 12.76 bbl I.
BEEF CCTH-No. I rlhs, lHc; No. 1.')
OMAHA L17EJT0CK MARKET
Cattle Receipt! Liberal at All Points
and Beevei Ten to Fifteen Cents
Lower Others Steady.
HOGS TEN TO FIFTEEN CENTS UP
liate. 1!15. il!U4.;l!M iIJ. 1H1I. 1!M0 !!.
Mar. 17 I UHI ' I si 1 it t ' I S 71
Apr Id 2
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract
offloe In Nebraska. Hot Brandels Thea.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
Open for Inspection
in18 N. 1TH 8T.
East front on P.oulevard. No special
taxes, beautiful ahade trees. cement
Six rooms on one floor: modern exeent
furnace; oak floors; beautifully decorated,
combination lighting fixtures. Price
Kxlh, a small payment down, balance
samo as rent. W. U. Adameon, Owner,
261S N. 19th St.
Call Doug. 2926 any day next week.
5 rooms, oak finish. Just a cory home.
all modern, Iwthroom. elegantly fum'shed.
cement basement, south front lot. paved
street, paving paid; Just a little north of
C. O. CARLBERG,
312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
BUY THIS BEAUTIFUL
BUNGALOW ON EASY
This house has six rooms. Is all modern
and Is beautifully finished In oak In
principal rooms. It has brick fireplace In
living room; large run cement basement,
and arrangement Is very convenient.
Electric fixtures and decorations left to
choice of purchaser. This house Is located
in one of the prettiest of Omaha a new
home building additions and Is only H
block from car line.
Terms, 93nO cash.
Balance like rent.
Will show you this house today.
Call me by phone. Walnut 6X2.
E. P. WRIGHT, : ,
6 rooms, modern except heat, paved
street, south front lot, good location near
27th and Bristol; price, $2,000; $200 down,
balance $25 a month.
C. G. CARLBERG,
312 Brandels Theater Bldg-.
S2a CASH 126 per month, will buy a new
e-room bungalow, near 44th and Pratt
Sts. . Telephone Douglas 25S6.
H. H. HARPER A CO.,
101S-14 City National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
12 PER CENT INVESTMENT DUNDEE
A dandy, new, i-room bungalow, with
sleeping porch. Can rent it any day at 30.
Don't buy an automobile with that nest
egg, but invest It In something that will
ia tit ana grow in value, sduo cash; balance
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Douglas ,1781. Ware Block.
Itt Council Bluffs All modern home.
Practically new. Nine rooms. Beauti
ful location. Oarage with cement drive
way. Fruit trees and garden space; Ht
blocks from Broadway. Conveniently
located close to schools and churches.
Mrs. Anna Bender, 146 Park Ave. TeL
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
Five-room house, modern except heat.
Everything In good condition. Part cash.
balance montly payments. 2715 8. 21st St
Beautiful 7-Room House
Easy Payment Plan
This bouse Is modern throughout, face
east, located half block from car line, has
brick fireplace at south end of living
room, which Is very large.
There Is also a large sun porch, besides
dining room and kitchen on first floor.
The three principal rooms are finished
In oak, with oak stairway In living room
There are three nice large bedrooms and
the bath upstairs.
The rooms are beautifully decorated.
The house is heated by furnace, and
there Is an automatic gas heater In
stalled. Terms of Sale $500.00 Cash.
Balance $50.00 Per Month
Telephone owner today for further par
ticulars. CALL WALNUT M2.
3226 Webster St.
I Klk'ht-ioom modern, practically new. full
basement, all in first class condition:
cwner lives in house: open for inspection
any time; convenient to Harnev and Cum
ing fit. car lines; only H.oUU' eay terms.
BARGAIN 240-acre farce 20 miles from
Minneapolis; 140 acres i.jder cultivation,
V: acies good roeaduw, t acres timbered
pasture; can practically all be cultivated;
eood corn land; farm is fenced; lu-room
Eo iaa, bain, granary, ouch a sued, wind
mill, etc.; U bead good nuik cows. 4 god
iiorsea, harnesses, wagons, complete set
ot mnchinery, nogs, cnicaen aod every.
tiuuK on the iarra goes at fts per acre;
raso. lau.u co can stand lot m years; taaar Market
'LVm? Uiii.'!i7.Z'. . NEW YORK. April ll-8fGARRaw.
II.OU4.U UMg. Minneapolis. Mlun. ,lrm. r.nlrlfu JHi . V4c: m.iaaaes. 1x7c-
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
FIVE ROOMS, MODERN. 2,8G0. TERMS.
OWNER. WEBtfTER 1693.
Kansas City m
PL Louis , M
Kals reported today: Wheat No. 2
hard winter: 2 cars. tl.MVi: 1 car, tl fcH.
No. t hard winter: 1 car. 11.BCH4: W. rara.
1.50; 1 car. 1.4H. No. A hard winter:
car, I1.47H; 4j car, II. 4S. No. 1 spring:
1 car. II. 4R. No. S mixed;- 1 car. JI.My
No. J durum mixed: k car. Sl.4oVfc No.
mixed durum: 1 car. 1.0. Rye No. 2: H
car. 11.08. Barley No. I malt: car, "lc;
sample: I car. SSc. Corqs-No. 3 white: 4
cara. 71'ic: 6. 71c. No. 4 vVlilte: 1 ir. TOV pf
2 cars, TOVic; H car, 70c: No. white: 1 car,
70Vc No. 2 yellow: I cars, 71Ho, No,
yellow: 1 car, dry, 7He; I cars. Tic; 154.
cara. ro; i car, tohc n. 4 yellow: 3
cars. 70c; 1 cars, M4c: I cara, Wc. No.
5 yellow: H car, 6ic. No. I mixed: S cars,
rear white, 70c; 1 car. 70c; 7 cars, Too.
No. 4 mixed: I car. near white. &c;
1 car, near white, 6Wc; 1 car, sc; i car,
&c; m cara, 6t4c. No. mixed: 1 car,
Krttc. .sample: l car, 7c.' Oats Stand
ard; 1 car. 6&c No. I white: 2 cars,
1H csrs, 54ic No. 4 white: 1 car.
54c. Sample: 1 car, 52140,.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. I
Turkey, fl.624rt.&a; No. X Turkey, II M
1.52: No. 2 hard. I1.5O01.51V,: No. 1 hanC
ti.49l.tOH: No. I spring. 11.4491.61; No.
2 durum, 1.45(14; No I durum, $1.444T1.4i.
Corn: No. 1 white, 71iff72c; No. t whlU.
71Hf71c; No. 3 white. 7107114c; No. 4
white, 7WB70V: No. 6 white. 4704c;
No. 1 yellow, 71 Wr; No, I yellow, Timft
TiHc; no. a yellow, 70Himiic: no. 4 yel
low, wvwproe: No. yellow. asHajroe: No.
yellow. NrW4jc; No. 1 mixed, TOVgClc;
ino. 1 mixen, uhp'vc; ino. i mixed, w
iiTOc; No. 4 mixed. tWVc; No. I
mixed. eSHVwic; No. mixed. ec.
Oatsr No. 2 white. 566fiHc; standard, 54
fttfio: No. I white, HtW! No. 4 white.
Mti64c. Barley: Malting. MB74ct No. 1
feed, ofTc. Bye: no. z, H-UiSMTioj; no.
CHICAGO 43RAIJV AWD PROVHIONf
Prices oa Saard at Trade.
CHICAGO, April li. Bulls had the ad.
vantage today. Exporter were buying
new crop futurea and It was apparent
that cargoes of the old crop would soon
bt moving freely over the great lakes.
The market closed unsettled, but fe2Sc
sbove Saturday night's level. Corn fin
ished He off to SQ'4o up, oats down e
to itfAke snd proviso ions varying from 10c
dellne to a ahade advance. Knowledge
that the last sea raiders wens out for the
present seemed to have considerable ef
fect on sentiment favoring higher prices
for wheat, the Idea being that shipments
would be safe and the Insurance risks
leas. The rumor was in a message con
firmed by eastern orders to purchase
here, especially the July delivery. In
which fully nine-tenths of the business
was centered. Higher price at Liverpool
with reports that the amount of wheat
on ocean passage had fallen oft to a mi-
ertal extent helped further to encourage
a speculative advance.
vessel asrents here were tn receipt of
word that tne straits or Mackinaw had
become free of lc and that the way was
open for grain fleets to start from Du
luth, Chicago and other port.
Corn advanced at first with wheat, but
country offering grew larger and there
were reports that an important Industry
had stopped buying at SL Louis. On the
other hand, Chicago stocks and visible
supply gave evidence that a heavy move
ment was in progress. Holders of oats
unloaded rather freely after corn turned
weak. Prelously seller were scarce, de
spite favorable weather for seeding.
Higher prices for hogs failed to sustain
an advance In provisions. On the bulge
packers turned to the selling side.
Futures ranges as follows:
April (.1 f 6J
April . I bt I 47
April 7.1 (h I 42i
April x. s So 1 s 47
April in Koij 1 61
April 11 I 8 61
! Ml! I M 1 4.: 42.10 701
I I Ml T 11 S2,10 71 0 M
42 T 711 V 24ilO Mil M
I SS 71 2910 6.'1 5
SOUTH O.MAIIV April 2, IHK..
Receipts were: Cattle. llog Sheep.
Estimate Monday ....ti.''
same day laM week.. 4.74
Same day 2 wks ago.. S.iMd
Same day 3 wks ami .
Same day 4 wka ao .lo.o
Same day last year. 4.23S
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hoa and xheep at the South
tlmaha live stork -narki't for the year
to dHte, as inmparcd lth Inet year:
I :n, inc.
Cattle l.M2 212.:: W.6'
14Hc: No. I, l!Vc. No. 1 lolna. IV: No. 1. . "JU:
17c; No. 3, 15c. No. I chucks. 9V-; No t. hS'P .V, '
c: No. 3. Hc No. 1 rounds. U'V; No The fololmlng table hc the nvrrage
13c; No. 3, live. No. 1 plates, sc; No. 2. 1 " "t " "i "" "'
No 3 7c 1 stock market for the last few days, with
POULTRT-Prollers. 20o; spring chick- 1 comparisons:
ens, I5c; hens. ic: cocks, vc: roosters,
ic; stags. s4,c; ducks, lbc; geese, i"c,
turkey, l915n; pigeon, per dos.. SO.-:
ducks, full feathered, lOo; geese, full
feathered, lc; squabs. No. 1, tl.W; No. 2,
rsRUITS Oranges: California navel,
all sites, 2i7t per box; 6-box lots or more,
Wills, 3ri0s. 14 0004.50 per box; choice Red !
nail, vlov pec oox. urapeiruii: sne,
per box; 64a. per box; 44a "a, 1,100
Per box. Apples: Extra fancy Washing
ton W. W. Rearms Ines, 1.50 per box;
extra fancy Washington Snltienburgs,
II 50 per bos; extra fancy Black Twiga,
II. 50 per box; extra fancy Black Ren
Davia, 11.40 per box; extra fancy Utah
Oanoa, 1140 per box; Wine Saps, II. AO per
box. Rananaa, COOjjlZ per bunvh, 4c lb.
Strawberries, 60c per quart. Lime, 11.75
per basket. Figs, H -om., 2 00 per box.
Dates: Walnut. 11.40 per box; Hallowl,
lc per lb.
VEGETABLES New Tork Danish cab
bage. 2c per lb. California new cabbage,
rratea, 85 to 14 Ine.. e per lb. Celery,
Jumbo, toe per do. Peppers, boc per
basket. Head lettuce. 11.00 per dox; leaf.
40c per do. Tomatoes, fancy. 14 60 per
crate, choice, 4.00 per crate. Onions: 1 el
low, to pel tad, lc per Ih. ; white, JWO
per lb. Radishes, 50o per dos. Turnips,
60c per dos. Splnlch, 50c per tfos. Parsley,
SOe per do. Artichokes, 11.50 per dos.
Endive, 35 o Per lb. -Oarllo. Itallsn, 26o
per lb. Rruawel sprout. 20c per lb. Onion
sets: Tellow and red, ll.W per bu.: white.
11.76 per bu. Potatoes: Colorado Rural.
76n per bu.: Red River Ohloa, Sfc per bu.;
Minnesota White, 16c. per bu. Sweet pota
toes: Seed stock, delivered April 5 to
10, t2 00 per bbl. Mushrooms, 60c per box.
NUTS No. 1 California walnuts, 10c per
h. Filberts, 15c per lb. Dlack walnut,
2Hc per lb. Pecans, 12V Per lb. Rraitls.
la per lb. Almonds, 20c per lb. Cocoa
nuts, 13.50 per sack. Peanuts: Raw. 7o
per lb.; roasted, &c per lb; raw, sack
lot. Jumbo, so per lb.; salted, 1.50 per
MlflCBLLANEOVfl-Shelled popcorn. 4c
per lb. Craokerjack. 13.50 per case; per
W-caae, 11.76. Checkers, 13.60 per case;
per H-case. 11.76.
Starting out with a light run, the receipts
today being the smallest of any recent
Mondav, hut larger than a )'r ma by
atwut l.a The damag" to one of the
lis parking planta at Ksnss City may
have had something tn do with this mar
ket being ao good, lending to lorre heav
ier buying here.
Quotation on sheep and lamns' Ijimiia
Light. II" 1" 40; ianil a. heavy. IIT.'rfi
10 U0; vearllnga. light. t.(il9.2.'.j yearling,
heavr, s .Vvf : 40 ; wetliera, good to rholre,
MrttJKSo; wethers, (air to good, ; 7fr(
30; ewes, sond to rlioice, 7.7is io: ewes,
(air lo good. T.T7.7..
No. Av. .r.
2,' fed spring Ismhs 44 13 .'0
Mill' AGO 1,1 K STOCK M ARKKT
tattle Weak Hogs Weak Sheep
CHICAOO April It CATTLE Re
celnls. I'liOO hend. msrket weak: native
neef steer. H.awj i. western steers, i.0
ti7.4n; iwi and heifers, IU.S(l,a.UO; calves,
l, vnfs mi.
HOttS Receipts. sH.flOO head: market.
aeak. at I'MI- advance; bulk of sales.
f:.2fifit7.3,'.; IlKht. 7.ilftT.40. mixed. t7.i
7 40; heaw, ti Cflf7.j;,i; rough, r,.nir.M;
pigs. Ii Ht W.
SHEEP AND LAMRS-Recelpts, 120TH1
head; msrket firm; sheep, I7 6n.5";
NEW YORK JTOCK MARKET
Irregularity Bordering: en Reaction
Dominant Note of the
TRADING IS ACTIVE IK0T7GH
a 38! g US' 7 73 V7H0 o 7:t
3 20 I 6S T 1l M I J
I 6A I 111 7 7l l I 74
a M a T7i 1 Mil XOiO 001
I 74 7 3 i r.' io 4J1 n
I 7 i 4 21 10 U
I 7i I Uilu lei
I R5 7 0 12110 ll
III JMI Ml I '
H HI, 7 48, 6 ! !) 03
I !M' 7 651 6 5I 9 7S :
ReTlts and disposition of live stock
t the Union stock yarda. South Omaha,
for twcnty.four hours ending at 3 o'clock
p. m. yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's'.
C, M. ft Ft. P 2
Union Pacific 61
C. N. W., cast.. .'.
I, ft N. W.. weat.. n
C, St. P.. M. ft O.. 22
C, n. & Q., east... 4
C, H. ft g.. west... 42
C, H. 1. ft P., cast 4
Illinois Central .... 17
Chi. Ureal. West.. 21
Totsl receipts.. 245
Cattle. Hogs. Mieep,
Artldel Open. High 1 Low. Close ! Sat'y.
'Wheat i i
May. 1 69 I f7 1M 117 1 tf
July. 1 2314 I 24 1 2.V4I 1 24 1 22
Msy. 734 74H 7SH 1!t 73a,
July. 74 70S 76i 7 I 76
May. I7T 534 67S1 67 674
July. 644 MS 52! 04 M2
May. 17 15 17 60 17 42HI 17 46 17 16
July. 1I07H 1112V 17 W I 17 r7H 1100
May. 10 30 10 35 10 10 23S. M ITU
July. 10 60 10 62V 10 47i! 10 60 10 67U
Msy. 10 20 10 22H 1015 110 16 10 12
July. 10 60 10 jt 10 46 I 10 4S 10 46
Kansas City Oral a ssl Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. April 11 W' HEAT
No. t hard, 1.6tVHl.52; No. S red, II AW
1.48V,; May. ll.6TV4i1.67k; July. 1.16if(i
l.!.'; September, 11 04'4.
CORN-No. 2 mixed. 73'4jc: No. ! white,
76'ic; No. I yellow. 74c; No. I yellow.
73',c: Msy. 72c; July. 74VS74V; Sep
tember, 74'ff74'c. . ' .
OATS-No. 2 white. 67tJ7Vrc; No. 2
""bUT'TER Creamery, Wc; firsts, 2fic;
seconds, 24c; packing. lSVfcc.
BOOS First. I7Vc; seconds. 17o.
POULTRY Hen, llci roosters. lOcj
Mlaaeapolla Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. April 11 WHEAT
Msv. SI.40U,: July. tl.42k'tri.424: No. 1
hard. 11.42: No. 1 northern, ll.WSCl.64'4;
No. 2 northern. I1.4sjl.5iv.
RYE 11.07 Hi. lo
CORN No. I yellow. 94jWc.
OATS No. I whit. 64(&6c.
Liverpool Orala Market.
LIVERPOOL, April 13 WHEAT Spot,
No. Manitoba, is m; p.o. i, im 4a; jmo.
i hard, winter. 13s Id.
CORN Spot, American, mixed, new, 7
7d: American mixed, 01a, ss ua.
B-iri!R winter Detents. 43s.
HOPS In London: Pacific coast, 11
10sfi 14 Jfts.
St. Vomit Grala Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. APtlt 12. WHEAT
No. 2 red, I.62"4fl.fs; No. 3 nara, i.o(;
Mav 11 61U: Julv. II. IKK.
CORN No. 2. T6V40; No. t whit, nomi
nal: May, 744e; July, T76Vkc '
OATS No. 2. 6Hft67c; No. 2 whlU. 60ic,
Local Stack aad Beads.
Quotations Mrnlkd br Bornt. anaksr ft Os.
4tv cmtana naiivnai sm puuuiu,.
Dmt C. M......
Pslrnsat Creaaisnr T pr cent pt..
Kalnaoat CrmrT JO par cant ooai
Llaoola Tal Tsl. .. ,
Omaha C. . St. R. Bfl
MiMiitala Bttts Tsl. ft Tal.t
Stat nnk of Oaiah
t'p4iks Oeala p'
I pdiks Orala eoai
tnlup Stock Tarda. Oaha
OiunibiM. K.. Klsc. is. 1M4
Contlnanul O. B. Is, N )
DouglM r . Nsb.. 4s. 1M
Linoola Traotkm U, IN.... ,
Lincoln. Nob.. Ret. 1
Cttr ot Omane Iwp. 4a. 1N7
Omh Woler 4o, 14l
On aha Bekool 4. 11
n.K a c. a ai. H. la. !
Pacific a. a a. ooa. ana nor. ob.
t. Laula. Mo.. 4va. I 1J4
Kwirt Co. ia i44
rrlbDr. Nob.. Waior la. l3i... M
I'nlToraltr Plao. No.. 4H. 1"
Wlchiu Uslos Stock Tarda 4s, 1U4 M
Swift ft Co
Cudshy Packing Co
Armour ft Co
. W. Murphy
-incoln Packing Co....
S. O. Packing Co
Morrell I'kg. Co
Krey Packing Co
w. it. vanH4it 10
Benton. Vanaant ft L..
iiill ft Son
r . B. Lewla
Huston ft Co
J. B. Root ft Oo
J. H. Hull
L. F. Hub
Werthelmer ft llvgen..
It. F. Hamilton
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Co....
Tanner Bros ...
Maker, Jones ft
John Harvey ....
iv-nni ft Francis
Low I a Live Stack Market.
1M'IS. April 12. -CATTLE-Re-
celpts, 2.'i hesd: market lower; native
beef steers, I, .ntig.76: cows and heirrrs,
ttvnOtiH.X): strnkem snd frrairrs. So. TMj
7.J6; southern sters, I5.2i(07.7i; cows and
heifers. 4.0tW.0n:. native calves. HOOajr
HOOS Receipt. 6.4 head, market
higher; plga and tlghta, VU mixed
and butchers, 7.ff7.3ft; good heavy,
SHEEP AND lAM.U8 Receipts. 1.700
head: market strong: native muttona,
47 (. -4i8 2A; lambs, 19 0iilo.l; yearlings,
ITMHit.iO; sheared yearlings. KSf J. 6".
Kaasas t Ity Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. April 12.-CAT-TI.R-RecelptB.
S.ono heed: market steady:
prime fed steers, IMilHrk.x): dresaed beef
steers, tT.lotia.flO; western steers, l7.2.Vir
3 Oil; strM-ker snd feeders. 507. 80;
bull. ISSVfrA.SO: cslves. .an110fln.
HiUlS- Receipts. 11.000 head: market
higher; bulk of sale. IT.OftuMO:, heavy.
17 07Vr$7.10; packers and butchers. 17.02V,
7.1i; light. 7 0tV7.W: pigs. I Mvff .
SHF.BP AlCt) I.AM B8 Recelpta, 1.0H)
head; market lower, steady to strong;
lambs. SO. 754i 10.40; yearlings. 3iVKti.a0;
wether. I7.60fl4.50; ewes. 7.6ft3.50.
Sloa. f'ltr lira Stock Market
SIOUX CITY, la.. April 12. CATTLE
Kerelpts. 8.2U0 head: market Stesdy: ns
live steers, 7.0ftti'J.50: butchers, S3.2bt
7. 0.1; news and heifers, I4'u.5; canner.
l4.,VMi.00: ctoikera and feeders. ttUluft
7.50: cl-ea. 311.60626.
HCOS-lUK-elpta. 2.0HO hesd: market 101f
v higher:, heavy. 17 oawn7.no: mixed.
7.00n7 02H: light. M.BOrr7.s0; bulk of
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt
April II. Irrcgniiirllv
which bordered upon reaction towird th
close was the dominant not of today s
storv. rnarkrt. Tiadmg was active enough
at all times to Indicate that peulttve
Intcreata were still in control, l.ut the
rourr. of prices swgTeoted, not only fur
ther sellln for profits by home and
foreign Interests, but a renewal of bear
ish aagresslona ss well.
Uneettlcmont wss mot pronounced In
the final hour, when Pethlehem Steel
once more he-ame the center of lever-
lh buying movement, which ent.the
rrlce lp to Hi, or 1 points above Its
previnua record figure. The stock closed
at 124, a net gain for the day of 1
lolnts. As heretofore, no reasonable ex
planation for the rise was otiainsiia and
stork market otwervcra ascribed the
move as a further driving In of the
United Ststes Steel I eld Its recently
scQiilrcd prominence for the greater pert
of the session wtlh another heavy total
of Individual transactions At Its nest It
sold within IV, points of Inst week s high
price, nut in common witn tne general
list fell back In the final deallngv
Other eladers like Union Pacific, Read
ing and some or the dividend' paying
share, failed to equal recent high quota
tions. Amalgamated Copper being the
only Important exception. Metal shares
ss a whole were firm, Oreat Northern
Ore certificate manifesting especial
strength. Motor harea were noteworthy
for their heaviness, with losee or x to
over 4 points. Other Industrial and spe-.
clnltie moved unevenly, with offsetting
galna and losses.
Missouri Pacirw reflected increasinc
belief In adjuatment of the company's
forthcoming obligations, but Rock
Islsnd moved lenguldly In th absence
of definite advices respecting the out
come of the shareholder mestlng In
Money waa quotahly "Tilgher for an
datea. the Increased demand from stock
brokerage aourcea contributing apprecia
bly lo thla situation. London and con
tinental exchange were lower on heavy
offerings of remittance.
Total sales of storks were srz.n'w snares.
Bonds were irregular, total l'!, par
United State bonds were unchanged on
Numl.er of aalr and leading quotation
on stock todsy were:
galea. Wan. Urrm. cima.
CATTLE Reoelpts were fair this morn
ing at this point and quite linerai at
sitnt other place, notably Chicago. It
will be remembered tnat ine mimri
week advanced sharply, being quoted a
much a 24ioOo higher on killer. Buyer
took advantage of the large receipts mm
morning to pound prices and a a
beef steer were glow and around lotfibc
lower, the decline being heaviest on the
weighty betve. The market ws low
and It ws lat bfore tho beel teer
wer llsif.od of. . .
Cow and heifer ultable for killer
were ecarce and for that reason ''
Had there been mora of them the market
would undoubtedly have been lower In
sympathy with the break In beef steers.
There wss a good demand lor Blocker
nd feeder cow, which blpl ostein the
"Feeder steer wer fully teady with
last week strong close. .
The market on beef User closed
trongor than it opcert. ljj""? 0
the lato ules being fully B'eady with last
week, making th general market ateady
to loo lower on fat steers fci,o
Quotations on cattle: Good to chol?
beeves, r7.7rjTM.S0; fair to good eornfed
beeves, I7.5i7.h5; common to fair corn
fed beeves, W(&7.50; gopd to choice
heifers, SS.60tf7.26; good to choice cow.
864JC.; fair to gocd onwvlS.TMl4.35.
commo to fslr cow. 13. 7W.iti.75j ; good to
choice .tocker and fL". Vff
fair to good atocker and feeder. 7.ww
7 26; common to fair tockors and feeders,
16 00-87.00; stock heifer. fefc5vJl0
cow, F. wrai.no: sio--a o-u-. 1
veal calve, 17 OOJIOOO; bull, stags, tc,
St. Joseph Llva Slock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. April 12 CATTLE R'
celpt. 1.2(i0 head. Market strong; steer.
7.O0ti.5O: rows snd heifers, 400jfS.l&;
Hi K1S Receipts. H.500 head. Market
higher; top, 17. CO. bulk of sale, W.!MJ
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts, I.M0
head. Market alow; lambs, 110004)1040.
Lssln Stock Market.
LQNHON. April 12. American securi
ties were again th feature on the stock
exchange. A large business was
transacted over parity, especially In
Southern Pacific, Union Pacific and
United State Steel and New Tork ap
peared to absorb the stock freely. Cana
dian Pacific war below parity under
liquidation. The market finished steady.
Copper shares wer In good demsnd,
especially Anaconda and Amalgamated.
SILVER Bar, KlSd per nunc.
MONKY per cent.
DISCOUNT RATES Short bill. 2'a per
cent; three months.. 3 per cent.
Ia Told by Dreams
Impending; death I sometime accurately
foretold by dream, according to L. 'W.
Roger of New Tork, who lectured last
night on "Dream and Premonition" at
Theoiophlcal hall In The Re building,
and offered the theoiophlcal explanation
of the phenomena to hi audience.
"Modern psychology," the speaker as
serted, "need a working hypothesis by
which It can explain many things that
now ccm very mysterious In connection
with dream. Much of the mystery would
be clered away by remembering that
dream aro of two kind; In one case re
sulting from th automatic action of th
physical brain, and In the other being
actual experience of th conaclouanea
In uper-phyical realm."
. re 14 14v
.xi l?l ll
A)ka OnM l.sn)
Aiealsamatod Copper .... 114 4n
AlrerTran Beet Kusar S.t"l 4S
Amorlran Caa 27. and 4
Airarl.an S. R 7,54 70
Aaerlran S. S R. pf4 .....
Am. gvsar Roflalns n lot
Aniorlnaa Tol. Tel.... l.fn W
An.erlroa Toboero tne 3x1
Ansecr.4a Mlala 17.40 4
Airhlaon 4.:1 109
nalllmnra a Ohio 7.na 7'l
Brorklra HI4 T ran tit.. 3.K 4114
r'alltnrnla Petmloum .... too 14
iana4iaa fanlfle I.Tm lH
dmrol Loaihor 14. let 1
t'heapala Ohio I.jnfl
rhlnato Oroat Weoler.. ns -
rhl.aio, M. a St. H.... 1 W :
Chlrago A N. W 1
rblnn Vf ner t.lnil 4IS
rnloradn Fuel Iros.... 7.700 tt't
rnlnrado ft gnulhorn
Por.vor lo O rondo
tlenver fllo Ornndo pfd
IMrttnera' eerurltl ....
Ilrnot rtnrthora pfd
Oreat No. Os 01 fa
i ssaBboim fCipioratlos..
Intorboroagh Mat. pfd ...
iBtoraailnnal Harvootor ..
Kaaoaa city Mouther....
lxiul.rllle a Naahvllle...
Xllaml Topper ,...,
Mlaaourl. K. T
Mlasnurl Pacllle ........
Natlnnal loa 1
New York Central
N. T . H. It. aV R
Norfolk A Weotera
Pic mo Tel. a Tel
Pullman Palare Car......
Ray t'nn. topper
H public Iron Steel....
Rock latajifl Oo
l:eck laland Co. prd
Kl. L g. r. 4 pfd...
Tenneeeee Copper .,
Tcxea rnmpanj ,
t'rloa Pacifle pftl
t nltcd Biatee mool
f. H. Steel pfd
Woaiinshouao Kleetrlo ...
Total sale tor the say
7H 17 W
41 S. tlVi
n IA414 ! 144
IMS 174 107S
1.100 3244 314
I. 0 1(iS HHS4 - m
.! t14 J1 l
1.711 'ir6 in) rt
cut loaf. Due; hushed,
M qii.il , K fined sttariy
WENTKUS. UOM,B;fcl.fcRs-irou o- 'c: mould A. IS:: cui .lic: xxxx
kortiuilty. su.uwt avrca Irriaktod whul I powdered. 0.00c; powdered. .00c; flne.
nd ailaila iaad for Mtilcuitut at Vauer.
MouL StLad to tiu per acru; fiileen years'
k'or parttcuiar. eviii Vailer c'arm
lHa 10U2. Valtor, Mout.
FOR SALE Best lary body high-grade
medium-priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. ilradloy. Wol
lach. Neb. a
t'lIANCE to be a cattle king right near
home; niaanirlcent B,uuo-acre mm h la S.
Dak : well watered; horaea, cattle, aheep
do well. 1.14) acre deeded; balance can
l leased: soli blark loam: suited for
corn, wheat or alfalfa. Adjoining new
H- R. survey, t-rooni house an4 out
buildings. 6a,O0O. Administrator's sal.
Addrea Y 470. Bee.
granulated. S.'JVi : confertioner' A. Lave
No. 1. t tec. Sugar futurea were quiet
early toCay Pricta at midday wer un
changed tu 1 point lower.
Dry Ceeda Market.
NEW YORK. April 13 DRT OOODB
Cotton goods and yarns markets were
strong todsy, and prices are moving
higher. Wide Interest is being takes in
the two great carpet auctions announced
to take place next week. Haw silk was
easier, dress goods quiet, and men wear
was bought moderately for quick delivery.
Bank Hear lags.
OMAHA. April 13. Bank cleartnga for
Omaha today were I3.144.0S1 and for
the correauondiag day last year 13, H..
Chicago Cash Price Wheat: No. 3 red,
ll.l747l.67H: No. t hard. ll.fchH. Corn: No.
3 yellow, 7Me; No. 4 yellow, nBTtc,.
Oats: No. I white. 57U4Joc; tandard,
SfWoSHc. Rye, nominal. Barley, TP(p
Wc. Seed: Timothy, 34 50 00; clover,
I.2MJ12.M. Provisions: Pork, 117.30; lard,
lin tuv ribs. v&.7i
BI'TTER Higher; creamery. 32031e.
EOtiB Higher; receipts. M.9K3 cases: at
mark, caaes Included. lMfipWVkc; ordinary
flrats. 1HV-; firsts. U)V,c.
POTATOES Higher: receipts, 62 cara:
Michigan and Wisconsin, red. 40p43c;
Mlchlgsn and Wisconsin, white. 4oii-47c.
POl'LTRY-Allve. steady; fowls. liHc;
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
4aa4alleas f tbe Day a Varlaas
NEW YORK. April 1! -FLOI.'R-Flrmer:
spring patents, I7.2b4i7.ra; winter ratents,
tAHHfl.U: winter atralghts, Ms04l4.au;
Kansas straights, 7.Lori.JU.
WHEAT StKt firm; No. 2 red, ILS4;
No. 2 hard. II 7. all rail. c. If, track;
No. 1 northern, Duluth, 11.67; No. 1 north
ern. Manitoba, l.tx. c. I. f.. Buffalo,
opening navigation. Futures, firm; May,
CORN Spot, steady; No. I yellow, S4'4,
C. I f . to arrive.
OATd Ippot, steady; standard, C34Jlc:
No. 2 whit. 6244c; fancy clipped white.
tur-steady no. 1. gi.v7Sk4n.iP; no. i.
tl.0tsni.O3; No. I. u36c; shipping. Sac.
HOPS -Quiet; stats, common te cholo.
114, U4rl5c; Paciflo coast. 1114, L'wl4c;
1S11. nc. v
HIDE! Quiet; Bogota. 31c; Central
LE A Tl I fc K Firm ; hemlock flrt. 13c;
PHOVI8I0NS Pork. steady; mass.
lt.0u31&o: family l?lWi3: short
dears. I i 0O4r.il 0. Beef, stesdy; mesa,
16.lkorln; family. Ul OD4723.00. Lard,
t-asy: nilddl west. MSW;KIG.
TAIJX)W Quiet; city, 'c; country,
Who've; apsxSal, 7c.
EOOU-CasottUd: raoelpt. M.17I ea;
fresh gathered extra. 33c; torg packed.
NEW YORK. April U-COFFEE The
market for coffee future opened at un
changed price to a decline ot tour point
and sold about on to four point net
lower during today' erlier trading un
der scattering liquidation of May and De
cember contracts, wntcn may possimy
have been Inspired by reports of some
what easier primary market. There w
no active pressure, however, and price
later rallied on covering, witn tne note
net one point lower to one point higher.
Sle. l,fto bags. April. 6.lTc; May, 5. fit:;
June. 1.70c; July. 7 Of; August, 7.fc:
September. T.lvv October, i.'jh-: Novem
ber, 7.36c: December. 7.11c; Janusry, 7.3Kc;
February, 7 46c Slarch. 7.63c. Spot coffee,
steady; Rl(. No. 7, 7,c; Santo No. 4.
10Vc. Coat and freight offer were re
ported a ahade eaater at about 7.sW7.40o
for Rio No. 7. l.SSli) 46o for Santos No. 4.
Rio exchange was W1 lower, and milrel
prlcoa were exchanged in Rio. but 50 rel
lower In Santo.
Oaeaaa Hay Market. .
OMAHA. April 3. PRAIRIE HAT
Cholce upland. 112 60tjrU.OU; No. 1, D fx'
13.6b; No. 3. llO.Ooail Oil. No. 2. Ss.00ttlo.0o;
choice midland, 12aydl3 60: No. 1, fll.m
li.0u; No. X 110.0001100; No. t, 3301MS
WOO; choir lowland. 19 601000. No. T.
feiOu&SM; No. t, 3.r.0O; No. 3. 6.uut
STRAW-Cholce wheat. M.OOft&tt; choice
oat or ry. 17667.60.
ALFALFA Choice, pea green, leafy,
fin stem, 12.6al4.0; No. 1, H2.5O&U.60;
No. 2. Ill.00trl2.ut; No. 3. t.60l.(j0.
Evaporated Ayg-les aad Dried frail
NEW YORK. April 12 ETVAPORATEH
APP1.ES Eur: fancy k'AliSc; choice.
7Mf7tc: prime, 77Hc
LRIED FRt ITS Raisins, dull; Csli-
fornlss. 4lW10ic; Oregons, ii""e.
Apricots, quiet: choice, V&c; Ciegona,
IMrlOVpc. Prune, oulet; choice. Itrr:
extra choice. lOTfWUc: fancy, Uil2c
Peachea lnctlve; choice, 44&c; extra
chotc. 4ja4o: fancy, i44a. Raisins,
easy; Ioobo muscatels. oVu""c; choice to
fancy aeeded. 7iy7Vtc; soeUles. '3V,c;
London Isyers 1 1 46431.80,
NEW TORK. April ir-COTTON-Spot.
quiet; middling; upland. 60.10c. Sales, m
bale. Future closed steady; May, S.7c;
July, 1411c: October, 10.64c; leemter,
10.7ze; January, lO.lsc.
Th oottoa market closed steady, but at
a net decline of from three to eight point.
LIVERPOOL. April 11 COT'lo. Spot,
firm; good middling, Ud :. middling. 6 7m1;
low meddling. I.e'id. WaJea, I.u0 bales
.... n IH
.... m tK
.... P4U 7 li
.... 440 7 ti
....ll 7 10
.,..111 7 14
....Ull 7 to
.1141 7 W
1011 1 (4
I2HJ 7 71
1UT 7 SO
ixil T M
1441 7 H
1431 I SO
1144 I 00
NEW YORK. April 11. MET ALB
Lead. 4 17cM ; Londan. t. 3 Id.
Speller: Nominal, London, Xt3 10.
STEERS AND HEIKErtS.
174 7 SO 31 721 7 71
t 376 T li I (00 M
4 J37 I 0 1 140 00
1 1M M 1 110 10 00
1 ItO I &0
STOCK KKn AND FEEDERS.
I OHO ID It 1004 t 1
4 iH tit 1 ill 7 Si
I M 7 00 I Kl 1
tl sn 7 04 II kl 7 4
ii Ki 7 10 41 441 7 46
HOOS A moderate run and a continua
tion of Isst wtek'a good demand for all
kinds sent prices up to the tune of 107 16c
thla morning. Shipper made their pur
chase at the short end of this advance.
Thnv were the) flrat buyers out and tliey
succeeded In getting their hogs at prices
thst were no mure than a big dime higher
Packers tritd to buy their droves at 10c
higher figures, but the heavy shipper
buying had cut down the supply until
they were forced to pay almost any price
thit sellers etiose to ask, and ss a result
the b.g end of the packing hogs finally
sold at figures thst were pretty close to
16c higher than the close of last wecV
The general market was active at fully
The llg string of sale landed at 17.00.
There was a sprinkling around SSHA. and
a few shippers a well s a number of
the killer which were sold towards tho
close reached 17.06. Prlcea are now the
highest since January 7. when the day'
offerings sold at an average cost of 17.00,
nd today's top a the highest for tl te
months, and only af- bel w tn best fig
ures that has been paid this year.
Receipt were estimated at 106 tars,
or 7. SO head, being about the as mo ss
for Isst Monday, and more then 2,00(1
heavier than the conespondlng day last
No. A. 8. Pr. No. At. Kh. Pr.
14 MM ... 4 40 71 Ill ... 7 00
71 HI . . 4 5 7 314 1 T 40
M I SO 74 VI ... 7 a
ai Ill ... 174 4 Ml 10 i Si
; Hi 4 37
14 104 ... 4 44 it. II: .. 4 Is
II Ik ... 4 44
SHEEP From a sailer' standpoint the
market this morning was sll that could
ba asked for. Outside of two cars of
ewe and two or three car of western
lamb the receipt consisted sntlrsly of
Colorado Mexican lamb of good average
quality. While at first buyers showed a
little disposition to besr values the msr
ket speedily settled down to a good steady
basis, th bulk of the Mexicans chsnging
hand at 1100. While this was 6c leas
than was paid for two cars on Friday It
a a steady with th general market. The
trad was active when once under way
nd before midday practically everything
of consequence had changed handa.
There were not enough aheep In sight
to mak a market, but what few a ere
offered sold at price that ware tafely
10c higher than last week cloee. Two
car of Mexican ewes sold at Id. 33. only
6c under the extreme high record for any
year at this point.
It might be added that th wck 1
Arrives from Cairo
NEW YORK. April ll-Rv. N. D. Mo
CUnahan of Omaha; a missions ry of the
United Presbyterian church located at
Cairo, Egypt, was a passenger on th Fin
land, arriving today from Mediterranean
porta, accompanied by hla wife snd
daughter. They have been In Egypt six
year. Rev. Mr. McClanahan said that
missionaries and foreigner In Egypt fait
no alarm whatever ever war condition.
Tb government had matters under full
control, ha said, "d very precaution wag
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ATTENTIONS OF STRANGER
RESULT IN POLICE CALL
Bernard 8wnon. J6 year old. car
penter, living at 806 North Nineteenth
street, 1 being held at the county jail,
tending examination by the Insanity
board because he Insisted upon pressing
attention upon Miss Clara Callahan,
secretary to Street Commissioner John
J. Ryder, without her consent.
Mia Callahan la not acquainted with
Swanaon, but that did not deter him from
ending affectionate letter, following; her
horn, and loitering abort her lion.
At her request. Defectives Dunn and
Kennelly hid near the Callahan home,
&3t California street, and waited for
Swanaon to put In an appearance. He
was than taken to 111. and today hi
mental condition will Le Investigated.
WORK WILL BEGIN SOON
UPON NEW SUBMARINES
SEATTLE, With., April 12 Work on
three Urge submarine for the United
State government will be begun at the
yard of the Seattle Construction and Lry
Dock company within thirty day. Ma
terial I being aaaembled. All three of
th submarine, It was said today, will
be laid down at th same ttm and there
will be only a few day between their
launching. Two hundred extra workman
will b employed. Th boU will coat
Sokol Girls Say
To True Beauty
There I only on true road to femlnlnt
beauty and that la through a course ot
athletics, la what on of the several hun
dred young. women of Omaha Tel Jed
Sokol will tell you. Since the beauty
of each appear lo be without queatlon,
then a vexing problem of grave worry
to feruinlna ekr for age. I Milled
once for all.
The Omaha young women all lock part
In th annual athletli carnival, which,
was held yesterday afternoon at lh ball
In 2022 South . Thirteenth treet-
Boslde the grown gins, a hunlred or
more Utile girl In pigtail and ahort
dresses took part In th folk dance and
drill. B. W. Barto had charge of th
affair, which was attended by a crowd
that filled th hall to th Overflowing.
In the audience wer prominent ' Bo
hemian citizens, member of the school
board and other public official. Other
who aaalated In making the affair Sue
ceaaful ware th Mlsse Maym Jiment.
Helen Ltovc, Millie Ftala. Rose
Hudecok, B. Maallka And O. Krecek.
HULL AND MANNING BREAK
CTY BOWLING RECORDS
Ben Hull and Mannlug brok all city
record at noon for two men In three
gains, by (hooting 1,427 n th Metro
politan alley. Hull second game wa
am, the second time In hln hltoi. Score:
REALTY ASSOCIATES MAY
BUY LARGE TRACT HERE
Th International Realty Associates are
still considering a tract of ground In th
north part ot the city, which they ara
negotiating to buy with a view to plat
ting. Local member of the board of
director of thla large Investing concern,
with headquarter at Duluth and Chicago,
ar not making public Just what tract
th company I considering. An effort will
b made to get the local real estate men
to underwrite a certain number of lot to
be old by them If th International As
sociates buy the tract. Thla concern ha
recently made two large purchase In
Kanaa City and 1 considering some
tract In St Paul. It ia an organization
composed of big rl estate man. who are
member of th National Association of
Real Estat Exchange.
TRACK APPLICATION HELD
UP BY THE CITY DADS
The city council committee of th wbol
ha postponed for thirty days, action rrn
the application ot the Chicago, Burling
ton Qulncy Railroad company, asking
for permission to extend a sidetracks
along th alley between Jackson and
Hrward streets. Ninth to Fifteenth
t reels Several protest have been fllej
against this track.
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paper tolling atom opporlumito m Od Loco
ot New York tttoth Kichaiise Borurillca. II
s rear, laaue a err r.mrlay Seoo for rem
pie topiea, 74 brie1oav New York I'tty.