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TFTE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 14. 1915.
lloasee and nltatra.
' 2MS N. 2ST1I
y Full tw-tcry. square, all modern, on
Slock to mr.
O'KKKFR REAL F-T ATK CO.,
Oman N'MtlnnwI. Phono DotiKla 1715.
Store, move parka, (hlpa; storage, $1
per month. When you move rail ns,
eatlsfertlon guar. D. ra and Tyler 230.
In, parkin:, shipping. 1713 Webster 8t
Jjuuglaa 1498. ,
I foil RO ,n rarta of th city.
Itani and Offices.
. Bakery Building
27th & Leavenworth
This building. 80 by M, wtth basement
and second floor, fireproof, built espe
cially for the purpose, being fully
equipped with all neceasary machinery,
ovena, wagon, etc. This la your oppor
tunity to get Into the business right, aa
everything la new and the location very
Building la also suitable for a LAUN.
rRY, a OARAOE or a CLEANING ES
TABLISHMENT. Will make, very reason able term to
right party. Beo ma at once.
Conrad H. Young
82 Brsndel Theater. Doug. 1571. '
EPM rlctly modern, 116 So. 29th St..
w- Binder, g23 City Nat Bank
Phone Douglas 1284.
b A K ERV Store and basement; extra
heat retaining oven. T. J. HOOK, 1101
N. loth. fit.
OA ROE barn for rent, for automobiles.
2324 Howard St.
WANTED TO BUT
Tale buys everything 2d hand. Tyler 141.
OFFICE furniture bought and sold. J.
WANTED TO RENT
6 TO 7 ROOMS, modern house in
gooa neignoornooa. Address c
FARM ft RANCH LAMm FOR IALB
TO SETTLERS ONLY- acres for 1300.
Kiel) ooru, alfalfa and wheat land: no
sana. J. a. Tracy, Fort Morgan, Colo.
FOR BALK Farms. 10 and 80 acres, in
Peel. Colo. W rite Delatier. 3364 Ogden
Ave, Chicago, 111.
HAVE YOU A FARM FOR SALE?
Write a good description of your land
and send it to the Sioux City, la.. Journal,
"lows' Moat Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every Friday
evening. Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
for one month, giving sixteen ads on
twelve different days lor $2; or 60 words.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news.
iprr. a-v.uw reuurrs oauy in lour great
A MONEY-MAKER, WITHIN 10 MILK8
3 GOOD MARKETS.
154 acres, new 8-room house and plenty
ther buildings. All fences hoz tiht
Halsed 240 hogs last year. Running water
ind blue grass, alfalfa and Umber pas
ture. Never had hog disease. 75 acres
under cultivation. 1 ml. to market and
oniy i mi. council Blurts. Possession
iow. at $145 per acre, mi. school. K. F.
i. TeL ,
A. F. SMITH CO. -
: a Pearl, council Bluffs, la." ... ' '
HEAL F.8TATK NORTH SIDE
3ARGAIN 240-acr farm, 20 miles from
Minneapolis; 14v acres u-sder cultivation.
Hi acres good meadow, 6 acres Umbered
pasture; can practically ail be cultivated;
icod corn land; farm la fenced; 10-rooro
louse, bam, granary, machine sued, wind
vlli, etc; hi nead gobd milk cows. 4 -od
torses, barueasca, wagons, complaw. set
t rnaohuiery, bogs, chickens and every,
nlna on the farm goes at 844 per aa;
,tM rasu, balance can stand for W years
it per oeut bchwab ros., iua i.-iy-t.ouUi
bids-., Mipoeapolls. Minn.
RE N TEUS, HUM EoE lK ERS Your on-
liuriuuikj. u,vw aiuva) .--. w ,.. w
and alum land tor aeitieintnt at Valler,
Mont, fll.80 to sou per crt)J tit teen years'
lime. For particulars, writs Vaiier Farot
tm Cts. mi loot. Valter, Mont.
FOR SALE Good Deuel county, Ne
braska, ltiO-acre farm, 8 miles north of
Chappeile; 50 acres In wheat; all tillable
land; 40 acres close by made 48 bu. per
aero laat year $il acre; one-half cash,
balance your own terms. Reason, plenty
tame kind of land nearer town. Owner,
L'laude J. Wright, Aurora. Neb.
NOW YOUR OPPORTUNITY.'
Splendid 240-acr valley farm, small
bldg., best of neighborhoods. 3 miles to
lo. n, $67.60 per acre.
320 A. 10 ml. So. Dak. state capital. (
mi. small town; Imp.; sale at big sacrifice.
Carlson Wailln, Omaha Neb., McCagua
Bldg.. Omaha.; Carthage. So. Dak.
COME WEST Pure water, fine climate,
fertile soil; low prices, easv terms; nave
i large aelection to draw from. If you
ire Interested In the west and Washing
ion, address Edward Abellng, Uoldendala,
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
CANADIAN farm for aale or trade for
city property. For particulars, addrcas
W. L White, 324 S. 2Mh ht, Omaha.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
IhQ TO ilQ.Ouv made promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Bid., lth and Farnam Bta
CITY wd farm loans, 6, 6V, per cent.
J. H. Uumont A Co.. 41 State Lank.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith ft Co.. 1320 Farnam St
MONEY on hand for city and tarm loana
H W. Binder, City NaUonal Hank bids'.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
Real Home Buys
to.im 4KW N. mth. -r.. modern hov.se.
full 1-story, attic and basement,
oak finish; full lot. garage, paved
street. 8e it.
l3,So Mod. bungalow, frr.; a beauty; fin
location, paved St.; tf0' cash.
$I,."'00-r.O rash buys 4412 N. 2th Ave.,
n-r., modern cottage, 3 lots, east
front, nnvfirf trpt
U.5TO New stre building, car line ler
mlnita. 4 living rooms, rental $.".
,400-ClO8E IN. modern brick apart
ment tl.300-4flW N. McJ, 4 rooms, t Iota; X
cash, 1 block to paved street.
32.360 Modern bungalow, paved street, i
rooms, nice location, 3.t00 cash.
31000 th an.l Meredith Ave., 6-r.. mod.,
full lot; a pretty home place.
TVtfntioo CASH; new, modem bungalow.
i,a Hurdette; take auto or diamond as
part. A snap.
31,000 Corner lot. 8. E. corner 29th and
Seward. Take auto aa part pay
ment. I 90037O1 Spalding, 8 lot, 3-r. nous.
Buck, King & Co.
S12 Omaha Nat 1 Bank. T. &23.
! GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Receipts Continue Light and
Cash Price Unchanged on the
Almost new house, oak finish In living
rooms; 4 rooms downstairs. 3 bedrooms
and bath upstairs; full basement: all
modern; south front lot, paved street;
located on Fort St. Price 33,160. S.'
cash, balance 330 a month.
C. 0. CARLBERO,
311 Brand els Theater Bldg.
Open for Inspection
SoU N. 1TH ST.
East front on Boulevard. No special
taxes, beautiful shad trees, cement
Six rooms on on floor; modern except
furnace; oak floors; beautifully decorated,
combination lighting fixtures. Prtca
32K75, a small payment down, balance
a&me as rent. W. H. Adamson. Owner,
2bl N. 19th St.
Call Doug. 39M any day next week.
$300 cash, balance like rent: 8 rooms;
strictly modern; one block to ear: two
block to school; near Miller park. Prica,
32.7M. Open evenings.
THE VOGEL REALTY AOENCT,
10IB-16 W. O. W. Bldg. Douglas 3691.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
A Dandy Home
IN A GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD.
1150 00 CASH,
balance on easy terms; 4 rooms, all mod
ern In every respect, also sleeping porch,
east front, located 1338 South 26th street
on paved street. Can be bought at the
Just finished, 6 rooms and bath, living
room, dining room, don and kitchen on
first floor; oak finish; full basement; fine
corner lot, 30x133; street paved; close to
school and West 81de Haascom Park
car line. Will make terms or take va
cant lot as first payment.
Douglas IfiSl - 108 McCagua Bldg.
Hanscom park district, S-room bunga
low; four blocks from Hanscom park. In
Crelghton addition; downstairs has oak
finish, wtth polished floors; two bed
rooms and bath upstairs; full cemented
basement; hot air furnaoe. Owner wants
to sell at once and will take 33.K0 for this
33.200 property. Open evenings.
THE VOGEL REALTY AGENCY.
1015-18 W. O. W. Bldg. Douglas 36S1.
6ats sell half CENT LOWES
OMAHA. April 13. 113.
Wheat receipts continues1 light today,
thre being but four care received on the
local trading floor. There waa only one
car of No. 2 hard wheat sold and thla
brought 1. H. Cash wheat was un
changed. The receipts of corn were fair and
there were forty-seven cars received, but
the corn market waa weak, the yellow
and mixed grades selling unchanged to Ve
lower, while white corn remained un
changed. Oats were unchanged to He lower.
Lighter clearances from the seaboard
and the Improved crop prospects, com
bined with the reduction In the shortage
In May owing to the heavy buying laat
week, bad a tendency, so tn bears say.
to make trade go slow on the kuylng
Corn bear are looking for Msy liquida
tion to start next week. They think there
should be more than has been apparent
ao far. They see no reason for any per
manent advance. There la a strong bull
Interest, however, which la taking tho
corn on breaks.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour,
eousl to 46,000 bu.; corn, 447. OM bu.; oats.
Liverpool close: Not quoted.
Primary wheat receipts were tM.Ofio bu
snd shipments SM.OOO bu., against receipts
ii .'oi.muu du. ana soipmenis oi 4,ar bu.
Primary corn recelDta were 4TT OOf Mi.
nd shipments 6H00O bu., sgalnst receipts
or jm.uk du. ana shipments or 4W,ooo bu.
Primary oats receipts were Ml 000 bu.
nd shipments 742,000 bu. against receipts
or ojt,vkv nu. ana shipments of iti.OJO bu.
U'h.it I'nm rWta tm
Chicago 4 109 13
Omaha 4 47 1J
Kansas City lfi 30
The following cash sale were reported:
Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 1 car, 31.61. No.
4 spring: U-S car, 31.32. Corn No. 3
whit: 1 car, 7H4c; 2 car, 71c. No. 4
white: 1 car. 70Wc No. white: 1 car,
Toc No. S yellow: 3 cars, 7Wc; 4 cara,
7ic. No. 4 yellow; 7 cars, Hc; 3 car.
494o; 4 ears. esc. No. 8 mixed: I cars
(near white), 70Vc; 3 cars (near white),
TuUc; 3 cars. tBVsc; 8 cars, wc. No. 4
mixed: 2 cars, 6ic; 2 cars. 58 Vc; 1 car,
4IC40, No. mixed: 1 car. 70c, Sample. 1
car (white), 694c; 1 ear, fee. Oats No. i
white: 1 3-6 cars, 64 c. Sample : 1 car. 6240;
1 car, 62Vic
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. i Tur
key, 31.52ifM.68- No. 3 Turkey, 31.61fl-l.62:
No. 2 hard, 815061.61; No. 3 hard. t).W
1.60; No. 3 spring. S14&91.61; No. 2 dur
ham, 3146S1.46; No. 3 durum. 1.41&1.tt.
Corn: No. 1 white, IlKWic; No. 2 whit.
71vi71c: No. 8 white, 7171Hc; No.
white. 70itj.70c; No. "6 white. 6S4.fJ70c;
No. 6 white, 6H)70Hc; No. 1 yellow, 70
fi"lc; No. 8 yellow, iOHWO4c; No. 3 yel
low. 7070Hc; No. 4 yellow. 69fl4e; No.
( yellow, (WWc; No. yellow, 88fiIV,c;
No. 1 mixed, 70fl70c; No. 3 mixed, S9Q
7oc; No. 8 mixed. fiflBHe; No. 4 mixed,
tifiSc; No 5 mixed, 67j4e- No.
mixed, mWt: Oats? No. 3 white. 54i
titoc; standard. 64h64,c: No. 3 white.
ft4ri4'4a; No. 4 white, fiVfic Barley:
Malting, W74e: No. 1 feed, ftW7e. Bye:
No. 2, 31.O7'4gl.08; No. 3, 31.06Si6l.O7.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROTI9IOWS
Featarea si Tradlac aad Ctoalns;
Prices Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, April 13. -Signs that pointed
to a falling off In the cash demand more
than wiped out today an early advance
in th price of wheat. Quotatlona at the
close wer weak, &o under laat night.
Other leading ataples, too, showed a net
decline-corn, o. to oats, HTc,
and provisions 6fl7c to 30c.
Speculators were not slow to draw th
Inference that sales of wheat to go Into
store here Implied an absence of cash de
mand Whether or not thla conclusion
was correct the' fact remained that th
impression created was bearish, regard
OMAMt fiKXKttAW MARKBT.
BUTTER Nv i. carton. 8tc No.
1 lh tub. JC.
CHF.KSK Imported Swlaa. 34c; Ameri
ran Swiss. 26c; block Swiss, 33c; twlna,
lVc; dalsiea. lTHe; triplets. iTHc: Young
Americas, lc: blue label brick, 17c; lim
burr. I lb., tOo; l ib , 30c: New York
while, ISci imported French Roquefort,
F1H Trout We; Isrr erapplea, Ite;
kaiihut. 16c i channel catfish, lie.
KWEET POTATOES-Kanaaa, $2.7 bbl.
PEEK CUTSNo. I ribs !c: Ne. 3.
14Hc: No. 8, 1IV.P No. 1 loma. 1c: No. 3,
lie; No. 3. 1V. No. 1 chucks. Wc: No 8.
'lie; No. 8. c. No. 1 rounds. 12c; No.
I, lJc: No. 8, llc. No. 1 rlate. 8c; No. 3,
:c; No. , 70.
IOVLTRY Brellcr. 20c; spring cbiek.
eaa, )Sc; hens, 14c: oocks, 8c; roosters,
VK: stage, 4c; ducks. lo; ee, lOe;
turkeys. I8$16c; pigeons, per do., 0ci
duck, full feathered, lc; geese, full
feathered, 8c; squabs. No. L li.s0j No. 2,
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Handy Light Cattle Stronger, Other
Grades at Least Steady Large
Run of Colorado Lambs.
HOGS STEADY TO TEN CENTS UP
SOUTH OMAHA. April 13, 115.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
innciai Monnay k.3.4
Estimate Tuesday .... 3.700
Two days thla week..to.(T4
Same daya last week.. H..TW
Same days 3 wks. ago.12 0K.1
Same days 3 wks. ago. .t?o
Same days 4 wks. ago.11.347
Sam days last year.. KT
l 4A7 17
I RUITK Orange: California nsvela i of rattle, boss and sheep at the South
II slses, 32.76 per box; t-box lots or more, I Omeha Hv stock market for the year
'- 86 per box. Lemons: Fancy Sunklst, to dste, as compared with last year:
suns, S4onns4.o0 per box: choice Ked
Bell, 3160 per box. Grapefruit: 4-is, M
per box; (4a, 82.76 per box; 44a. sua. 3.o9
II. r km lnnl., 1 - t. XT' . . V. I ..
ton W. W. Pearmatnea. 81.60 ner box: '
extra fanev tVaehinrtnn Snltaanbnras
11 W Mr box axira faiov Bfacir f whr. prtc for
jl:S per bboX,;'Vxr5"&B Bckn i tor "rt f
Davla. 31 40 per box; extra fancy Utah SiTII!r!rml:
Clmnnm 11 4A maw kn.i A -.. . 1 ml
box. Bananas, 33.o613t per bunch, 4e lb.
Strawberries. 60s per quart. Limes, 81.76
Kr basket. Figs, 50 t-oa., 8t0o per box.
ktes: Walnut 31.40 per box; Hallowl,
8o per lb.
VEGETABLES New York Danish cab
bage, 2c per lb. California new cabbage,
crate. 86 to in lbs., 3feo per lb. Celery,
Jumbo, Mb fter do. Peppers. 6o per
basket. Head lettuce, 31.00 per dot; leaf,
40a per do. Tomatoes, fancy, 8460 per
crate: cholc $4.00 per crate. Onlona: Yel
low, So per lb.: rod. So per lb.; white, 80
per lb. Radishes. Sop) per do. Tumlpa,
60c per dos. Sptnlctn 0c per do. Parsley,
60c per dot. Artichokes, 31.60 per dos.
Endive, K6 e per lb. Garlic Italian, 26c
per lb. Bruanel sprouts. 20n per lb. Onion
sets: Yellow and red, SL69 per bu.; white,
31.76 per bu. Potatoes: Colorado Rurals.
75c per bu. ; Red River Ohlos, Hoc per bu.;
Minnesota White, 66c per bu. Sweet pota
toes: Seed stock, delivered April 6 to
10, 82.00 per bb. Mushrooms, 60c per box.
NUTS No. 1 California walnuts. 10e per
lb. Filberts. 16o per lb. Blsck walnuts.
2c per lb. Pecans. 12Ho per lb. -Hraxlla.
lVtc per id. Almonds, wc per id. cocoa
nuts, 33.60 per sack. Peanuta: Raw, 7o
per lb.; roasted, Ho per lb; raw, sack
lots, Jumbo, 8c per lb-; salted, $1.60 per
MISCELLANBOUB-Shellfd popcorn. 4c
per lb. Crackerjack, 83.60 per case; per
r-caae, 31.76. Checker. $3.60 per case;
per It-case. $1.76.
Cora aal Wheat Resjtoa Balletla.
United Stales Department of Agriculture.
weather bureau, corn and wheat region
bulletin for Omaha, Nebraska, for th
twenty-four hours ending at 6 a. m., 76th
meridian time, Tuesday, April 13, 1916:
Station. Hutb. Low. fall.
Ashland, Neb.. 63 44 .10
1Pt&. 114. lnc
Cattl ?M,I 2-H.4fcs 4M
Hogs 1.001.WH '.'2.44S 179.0M
Sheep 7 $4,333 7,U8 15.307
The fololwlng table show the average
n umana live
few day, with
Date, lll. li14.ilill3.ll12.l9ll.;lHl0.il9(4.
REAL ESTATEWEST SIDE
leas also of whether the aalea to go .Into
, rB were merely tor ettect or not
I 'tenorts that the domestic winter-cron
Handsome, modern, up-to-date resi
dence on West Farnam hill. Owner must
sell quick. Hue me for price.
A SNAP ON FARNAM.
Forty-eight feet on Farnam, near 88th,
splendid location for family hotel, brick
flat stores or moving picture show, tor
FINE BUILDING SITE.
Two good lots on 38t Av., Just north
of Farnam. Fin location to build heusos
to sell or rent or for high class apartment
building. Will command high rentals.
Oniy $4,875 each.
GOOD GARDEN TRACT.
Ten acres, with good house, sightly
location, only five miles from postofflo.
Nonresident owner will take $2,850.
HICKS, 420 STATE BANK BLDG..
Tel. Douglas 2S67.
THAT FINE HOME)
AT 3408 CALIFORNIA STREET,
MUST BE SOLD
First floor Is finished in light oak, with
built-in book cases; second floor has oak
floors, birch doors with glass knobs, four
bedrooms, one of them arranged for
sleeping porch, stairway to attic; a nice
basement with a good heating plant;
south front lot with a cement driveway
to a garage; paving all paid for; very
nice location, convenient to Harney car
line. Owner moving to Lincoln.
W. H. GATES,
647 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 1294.
'liwwed widespread benefit from recent
s.-owera counted at. times against th
at bulla. On the other hand, a well
''n expert, traveling through Illinois,
pressed the opinion that moisture had
ii y been sufficient for temporary re
iif. Other authorities said the harvest In
central Kansas would bo fifteen days late
and in western Kansas fully a month.
Increased offerings from the count-
pulled down corn. At first the market e -(Vanced
a disposition to advance with
wheat, but it did not take much of a
bulge to invite selling pressure. Fsvor
sble weather for seeding and growth
brought about an easy feeling; In regard
to oats. Shipping Inquiry was not of an
Provisions gave way under general sell
ing by longs and advance In the hog mar
ket was taken advantage of to unload.
Futures ranges ss follows:
SEE us first for farm loans In eastern
Neb. United states Trust Co.. Omaha.
CITY LOANS. C. G. Carlbarf,
310-313 Brandela Theater Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska faxnia
O'KEKKB REAL ESTATE CO..
101$ Omaha Natloiial. f-hene Douglas 2715.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE
Till Guarantee and Abstract
Co., a modern abstract office.
206 So. 17th St. Phone D. 64H7.
JeEBen & MorreU, b.
REED AliaTKACT CO.. oldest abstract
otflo in Nebraska. ?U8 braadei Thes,
Strictly Modern Cottage
$C00 cash.' balance tM per month; S
rooms; large lot 60x150. Close to car and
school. Price only $2,200. Open evenings.
THE VOGEL REALTY AGENCY.
1016-16 W, O. W. Bldg. - Douglas SfiSl.
Five-room house, modern except heat
Everything In good condition. Part cash.
bslance montly payments. ?715 S. 21st St
3226 Webster St
Eight-room modern, practically new, full
basement all in firat clasa condition;
owner lives in house; open for inspection
any time; convenient to Harney ana Cum
ing Sc. car lines; only $4,600: easy terms.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
I WANT to buy a gtrlctly modern
house In Hanscom park district.
Will pay $300 cash and $25 or $30
per tnontn. Address B 301. Be.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
HOMES IN BENSON
Com out any time thla evening after
6 30 or phone for auto. Take Benson car,
get off at Slat St.: come south block
to 2SU6. Phone Benson 13.
F. a TRLLL1NGER. o
STRICTLY MODERN COTTAGE,
It will pay you to see this cottage at
once, as the terms snd price are easily
within your reach. The men with good
business judgment are Investing in real
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Douglas 1781. Ware Block.
FIVE ROOMS. MODERN. $2,960. TERMS.
QWNER. WEBSTER 11
Terrific Blast at
Shetland Sea Base
ABERDEEN. Scotland, April 13 -Tbe
Free Press publishes the following tele.
gram from Lerwick:
"A terrific explosion ha occurred. Har
bor street was wrecked and many live
No detail are obtainable as yet.
Lerwick I situated on th sescosst of
Mainland, Shetland Islands. It I de
fended by an old fort dating from th
time of Cromwell and la one of th chief
stations In Scotland for th Royal Naval
reserve. Lerwick Is th capital of the
GOOD RAIN FALLS OVER
MOST OF THE STATE
According to the railroads, whll th
rain of tills morning was not general
over th stale, there were fearlv h
shower over about all of the western
and In many places in th eastern part
of th state. In some localities th pre
cipitation exceeded one-balf Inch.
Artlclel Open. I High
Low. Close, Yee'y
1 67V 15 1 6)7 1 6tv J 674s
1 U 1 244 1 23 1 23 1 24
73 74 72 7?i 734
78 7 Wb 76 78
67 ht 60S MS 67
64 64 . , MS . 63V
17 4 17 80 17 SJ 17 82 17 48
17 86 18 ft! 17 60 17 80 17 W
10 17 10 20 10 12 10 li 16 22
10 45 10 66 10 37 10 87 10 60
10 07 10 12 W07 10 07;j 10 15
10 37 10 47 10 37 10 87 10 46
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red
31.n7: No. 2 hard, $1.671.68. Corn. No. 3
yellow. 7JN74c: no. 4 yellow, YlWiWc;
No. 4 white. 72Vi'&72c. Oat: No. 8 white.
6tj57c: standard, 67Sft674kc. Rye: No. 2.
$1.15. Barley: 72'a6c. Seed: Timothy, $4.60
fiv.oo; clover, xs.Zb'Biz.so. Provisions: fork
$17.07; lard, $.2; ribs, $.123.ft2.
BUTTER Higher; creamery, 2A31c.
rXIGS Lower; receipts, 2s.875 cases; at
mark, cases Included. W8Wc; ordinary
firsts, 18'ic: firsts, lc.
POTATOES Higher; receipts. 43 car;
Michigan and Wisconsin, red, 4tV343c:
Michigan and Wisconsin, white, 40047c.
POl'LTKY-Allve. steady; fowls. 15c:
New York General Market.
NEW YORK. April 13.-8UOA RRa w,
iirro , ceninrugai, s.etc; moiasses, asio;
refined, steady. Futures opened steady.
but later eased off under trade selling. At
noon prices were 1Z points net lower.
BUTTER Steady; receipts, 11,334 tubs;
creamery extras, 92 acore, 33c; creamery.
higher scoring. 32(i233c; firsts. 3oa31c;
EGGS Unsettled; receipts. 34.154 cases:
fresh gathered extrss, 23c; storsge packed,
extra firsts. 22-3 2; 'e; first. 21Vi22e; reg
ular packed, extra firsts, 22c; firsts. 2u
(qM.Ic; nearby hennery whites, fins to
fsncy, 23c; nearby hennery browns. 22
CHfTF-SE Steady: receipts. 4.227 boxes;
state whole milk, fresh specials, 15$l6c;
state whole milk, average fancy, 14
POULTRY Live, weak; western fowls,
16c; turkeys. 14M.15C. Drsssed. quiet; west
ern roasting chickens, froeeit, 17a?7c;
fresh fowls. 144117c; turkeys, 133COc.
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. April lS.-WHEAT-No.
2 hard. 31.60ttl.61: No. 2 red. 31.60;
May. $1.47: July. $1.164$'1.1: September.
$1. 04 Vol. 04-
CORN-No. t mixed, 7Jc; No. 2 white,
75c; No. 2 yellow. 74c: No. 3 yellow, 73c;
May. 714c; July, 73Hfc73c; September,
OATS No. V white, 66c; No. 2 mixed,
BUTTER Creamery, -iic; firsts. J6c;
seconds. 24c; packing, Wc.
EGGS First. I7c; seconds. 17c.
POULTRY-Hen. :3c; rosters, 10c;
St. Loals Grala Market.
ST. 1XJUI8. April 13,-WHEAT-No. 2
red. $1 62; Ne. i hard. $1.64ial.t7; May
n.60S'(Jl.0; July. $1.18.
CORN-No. 2. 74c; No. $ whit, nomi
nal; May. 73c; July, 76c
OATS No. 2. nominal; No. I whit.
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL, April 11-WHEAT-Bnot
No. 2 Manitoba. 13s 8d; No. S. 13e 4d:
No. 3 hard winter. 13s d.
CORN Arm Amrl.ii nlrl
1 3d; American mixed, old, Ss d.' '
Auburn, Neb... 4)0 87 .1
Mroken Bow.... M Bb .00
Columbus. Nb. 58 SI .00
Culbertson, Nb 82 83 .00
Falrbury, Neb. S3 44 .00
Fairmont. Neb. 68 83 .00.
Or. Island, Nb. 67 48 ' .00
Hartlngton. Nb 00 28 .00
Hastings, Neb. 69 83 .00
Holdrege, Neb. CI 88 .00
Lincoln. Neb... 68 : .01
No. Platte. Nb 40 88 .00
Oakdal. Neb.. 66 40 .00
Omaha, Neb.... 58 31 .19
Tekamah, Neb. 82 30 .80
Valentine, Neb. 80 34 .00
Aita. la ss 3D .on
Carroll, la 61 . 84 .00
Clarinda. la.... 67 83 .15
Sibley, la 6.1 .0
Sioux City, la.. 64 44 .06
DISTRICT AVERAGES. s
No, of Temp. Rain
District. Station. High. Low. fell.
St Louis, Mo...
Des Moines, la.
Kan. city. mo..
Omaha, Neb.,., 17
Light shower occurred In eastern Ne
braaka. and western Iowa, -and also Ii
Ohio . and Indiana. The weether I
warmer In the corn snd wheat belt wen
of the Mississippi river. It Is sllghtl
cooler In Illinois, Indiana and Ohio.
L. A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster. Weather Bureau.
1 60 84 .1
22 62 34 .A
18 60 30 .1
24 48 28 .0
28 68 36 .0
24 64 84 .2
61 64 80 .0
34 88 44. .0
17 . 5$ 86 .2
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. April U WHEAT
f . . 1 jaw 1 . . 1 .1 im kta
hard, $1.64; No. 1 northern, $l.u0'S
l.t4t: jno. z nnrtnern, xi.&'3,l-6l
CORN No. i yellow. 88ifj8r.
")AT8 No. 3 white. 64f3Mc.
FLAX $1804;ib LSt.
NEW YORK, April lS.-COFFEE-The
market lor corree future opened at s
decline of 4 points to an advenes on I
point to a scattering May liquidation, but
offerings were reaoiry ansornea at the in-
Mar. 27 I 8 t.
A I til .
April U'j S fS
April 13 7 OT't
8 881 8 881 7 87 4 88 I S 1
S 41 S M T 4 S 43.10701
I 8 61 T 681 8 !U ll 711 1 1
S 66 8 421
6 24 10 68,
S 10 67
S 3710 8
8 310 tm
$ 22il0 43
T If I
1U( 21 10 Ui 8 34
U,1U 151 $ 90
t 80 4 1JI10 14 $ X
166 1641 JOSS
7 4N 6 H6.W 03
T 661 S 8.-l f 791 $ 99
7 v 6 Ml i 8l T 01
vesterday, consisted very IsrtHy of
i't'lurstlo Nlexli sn lambs, there leiiig only
a very imnt pnnkliug ot western lami.s
with a few rr!d cars of ewe and a car
or two of western yearllnxs.
There Is a feellna anion buyer that
prices on both sheep and lambs are very
nigh, which is, as a matter of fact true,
ss the market Is right close up to the
hlsheet point ever rea hed. On account
of this feeling Ihe trade Is Inclined to be
little slow, buyer being reluctant to
th rirlces and thev naturally hold
until the lat before filling their
oiler. For that r-aon the market most
every dsy Is later than customary In
gi ttln started.
A few ewes sold up to $8.26. the came
at. brought $8.35 vesierday. the msrkei
en that kind of stuff being around 10-
lover. A few yearlings brought $V,
but aa there ha been nothing of that
kind here of late It Is Impossible to quote
It as either higher or lower.
l4inils were extremely alow all the
im.rnlng, buyer wanting to aecure them
a little lower than yeaterdsy, while sell
ers were determined to hold the mirke
at steady flaurea. As a rule no lambs of
any consequence changed hands until
In the end the Colorado Mexican limbi
sold at $10 .V. as against $10.40 yesterday,
but considering that the fleeces were
very wet. making the lamps average
higher today, Ihe market was really Just
Quotation on aheep and lamb: Lambs-
Light. $iarti 10.40: lambe, heavy, $9.76fl
10 00; yearlings, light, SX.nvti 9.2R: yearling,
heavy $k.604i 0; wethers, good to choice.
fMlotidfcU, wether, fair to good. 87.769
00; ewes, good to choice, $7.TjS.; w.
iair lo goon, Si.uiyi.ia.
224 Colorado lambs
52" Mexicsn lambs
75 cull lambs
6tn Mexican lambs
rf Colorado lamb
2M Colorado lamb
146 fed yearling A wethers
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Wild and Speculative Dealing1 the
Order of the Day's
GAIN IN BETHEHEM STEEL
Recelota and disposition of live loek
at the Union stock yards. South Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at a o cioca
p. m. yesterday:
JlliC til ITS C A K !.- A I
Cattle. Hoas. Sheep. H r ".
C . M. ft St. P T
Missouri Pacific ... 6
Union Pacific 40 61 84 24
' N W . asst...
C. N. W.. west... 34 17, 2 2
C . yt. P.. M. O.. 14 6 8
C, B. Q., east... 3
C . B. ft O.. west... 29
C R I. P., east. 6
C, R. 1. P.. west. 8
Illinois Central 3
Chicago G. W
Total recetnta ...187 168 48 80
Cattle. Hogs. Pneep
Morrl ft Oo
Swift ft Co
Oudahy Packing Co....
Armour ft Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co
So. Omaha Parking oC.
kudahy, Kansas City...
K. Packing co
Kenton. Vanannt & L. ..
F. B. Lewis
riustcn ft Co
J. B. Root ft Co
j. H. Bulla
L. F. Hus
H. F. Hamilton
Rothschild ft Krebs
Mo. Kan. Calf Co....
Wikei, Jones & Smith..
olin Harvey .
unison ft FVancI....
creased late month premiums, and price
later rallied on scattered covering or a. Ne.
little trade buying. The clone wss 6 to I it..
Totals 4,248 12,813 11.76J
CATTLE Receipt were moderate for a
.'uesday, but the total for th two daya
tots up 10,074 head, being largur than
jst week and larger than a year ago by
,mot 2,000 head.
Handy-weight light beeves' wer In good
.emnl at price genertly a littlp
tronger than yeeterday. Good yearling
jid up a high, as $l.25. Heavy rattis,
von though of good quality, were not so
auch sought alter and tney were left
lit II the last but still they commanded
juy stesdy prices.
Cows and heifers were In good demand,
vhlle the supply was light and the mar
ket activ. Th price paid wer fully
steady and In iot possibly trong.
There wer not very many feeder, but
quit a little prlnkllng of toeker. The
demand continued good and th market
'ouotatlon on cattle: Good to chols
beeves, $7.7r.-30; fair to good cornfed
beeves, t7.bmu'L8a; common to lair corn
fed beeves, $8.807.50; good to cnoice
heifers. $8.60(&726; good to choice cows,
$6.a6.!IO; fair to gocd cows, $5.754;
uummon ts fslr cows, $? V6a6.&; good to
stotaeis anu temier. r).2&.i;
..i- lo tiood siocaer and feeders, $7.00-9
26; common to fair stockcrs and feeders,
.U0&7.o0; stock holfer. $5.&t -SS: tock
")W. Ib.60iuv8.60; stock calve. $8.Si7)'26;
.eal calve, $7 uOii 10.0V: hull. Stags, ta.
CHICAGO LIVSQ STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady Hoars Weak Kheep
CHICAGO. Anrll 18. CATTLK Re
ceipts, 2. ) head: market eteady, native
beef steers. $ Ortfl TO; western steers,
$5ii37.0; cow and heifers, $2.90u.flO;
HOGS Receipt. 18,000 head; market
weak, early advahes of 6o to 10c lost;
bulk of sale. 87.2Mr7.40; light. Sf.lOfl.W;
mixed, 87. 05417.40; heavy, S8.904J7.40; rough,
$.90'li7fl6; pia. S8.0utr7.00.
SAcf:P AND LAMBS Receipt a, 12.000
head: market weak; sheep, $7.4Oj8.40;
Kansas City Mr Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. April 13. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 9,800 head; market steady; prima
fed steers. S. OWN. 60; dressed beef steers.
$7.104J.0O: western ters, $8.754y7.90; sv k
rs and feeders, $0.60i7.80; bulls, $j.2Ctgo.OO;
HOGS Receipt. 13,000 heAd: market,
higher; bulk of sales, $7.64?7.17; heavy,
$7.4XW7.30; packers snd butchers, $7,064
7.: llkht. $7.11lir7.17: plS. $6.60fM.86.
HIIKK.P AND IA MBS Receipt, 4.608
head; market higher; lambs, $9 nM0.4o;
yearllnsrs. trAJj9.60; wethers, $7.7Clrt 46;
"Kansas City Llvo Stok Market.
ST. IiOUIS. April 18. CATTLE Re
pel pts. 3.000 head: market lower; nattv
beef steers. 87.804f.86; cow and heifers,
$5.i04iS.96; Blockers and feeders, $6.7itl7.36;
touthern steers. S.26(67.76; cows snd heif
ers $4.fl0r.0S; native calvea, $.0069.Oa
HOGS Itecelpts, 11.4O0 head; market,
higher; plga and lights. 8ti.26mi7.S0; mixed
and butchers. $7.3rw.60; food heavy, $7.35
SHEEP AND LAMBS-RecelPte. 2.000
hesd. market steady; ewes, f'4-"-5:
lambs. $7Ao10.80; yearlings, $S.Wi9.6;
sheared yearlings, $7.0Hf7.76.
Qvststlens forn1t4 er Berns. neisker ft C.,
44 Omsha Nstlonsl bank balWIa--
F.lrmont Cmm.rf T per cent pfd ... 4 M
Kalrmont Hrml7 it pr oest coal.
Mrlln Plow t
Mnvntal SUte Tel. ft Tel
nnsha C. D. Ht. Rr. pM..
nwab 4 C. B. R. B.
Rial Bank of Omsk
tdik Ursle pt
t'pdlks Orsla to -
Vsios Stock Tarsa. Omaha
relumbiis. Neb.. le. N. 1914
rontlssstsl Q. ft R. I. Il tN.b .).
CnutlM Co.. N., 4s, 1M4
Uleeoln Trsctloo Is. -
Mneole, Nb.. Rf. Is, 1W
?Hr et Oman Iks. 4"s, 1H7
Omaha -Waisr 4V. 141
Osiaba School 4n, 1911
Osuisa C. B St. Rr. . JM-;;;-Psellle
a. . e. ref. 4. lMt.
Histe of Idaho 4
St. Unils. Ms.. 14
Sin a C. It, 1M4...S
Prrlbn.r, Nsfc.. Wie la. 1981
Vnlwraltr Place, Nae.. 4Hs, 11T....
Wlrhlla Union Stock Tarda 4a, IM4.
NEW TOP.K, April IS. Wild and spec
Ulstlve dealing Waa the order of today
tinner Hethiehem Meet, wnlcri rose anil
f 1 1 within a range of 3 points and closed
with a net gain of exactiv 1 point. Its
hlgn rlee of Ion was recoroed midway of
th afternoon session. From thst figure
II gruoaringly yielded 10 points, but
toward the end Its fsll assumed wider
proportions, declining to 123 and finishing
All branrhes of the stock list, which had
moved forward with Bethlehem Steel
earlier In the diiy, mere more or less
upset by the severe break, some leading
issues yielding more thsn their gains and
closing v.lth net hisses. But for the Inex
pltcab.e movement tn Bethlehem Steel the
average of closing prices probably won lit
have been hlgnest for the current move
ment, inasmuch aa Union Pacific, tho
Hill rup. Ht. Paul, Amalgamated Cop
per and other potential Issues were st
one time well above their record levels of
last Saturday. Coppers held more steady
then any other division of the list, their
Improvement being suslslned by snother
advance in the selling price of the refined
metal. levelopments ss a whole were dis
tinctly favorable to the constructive side.
Including, as thev did, peace rumors from
Washington and less official quarters, ad
ditional trad sdvlces of an enrouraging
character and another large engagement
of gold in the orient for transmission to
Foreign exchange reflected sudden
changes In ratea between this market and
Europe, marks falling to the lowest aiio
tation recorded. lnce the outbreak of
th war. This particular development
waa abacrlbed to offerings of German
flnanoe bills, resulting from heavy for
eign sales of our stocks on the recent rise.
London's prtlclP"thn In the local stock
market was a matter of debate, but that
center probably was a eller on balance.
Total sale or tock amounted to l.Obi.ooo
hare. . . .
Th. nnt market moved contrrtly the
greater i rt of the session. Its regit arity
being due in wee knees In som speculative
issues Total sales, par valu. aggregated
$8,184,000, . j.
United Stale oonas were uik.
Number of ale and leading quotation
n stock today wer: .
7 points net higher. Sale. 17,260 bags
April, 687e; May, 6.90c: June, 6.96c; July
7.08c: August, 7.13c: September, 7.21c;
October, 7.26c; November, 7.32c; Decem
ber, .7.37c; January, 7.44c; February, 7.61c;
Spot coffee, quiet; Rto No. 7, 7;c;
Santo No. 4, 10e. Coat and freight
were unchanged. Rio exchange on Ion
don was l-28d higher with mtlrels prices
unchanged at Rlo and 60 re Is lower at
San Domingo. . ,
Omaha Mar Market.
OMAHA, April 13,-PRAIRIB HA Y
Choice upland, $l2.6Ufi1.0O; No. 1, Sll.rtfe
12.60; No. 2, $10.00411 fo; No. 1. $8 OOm io.oo;
choice midland. $12.Oat12.B0: No. 1, $ll.ooft
12.00; No. 8. Il0.00fjll.00; No. 3. $8.00i
1000; cholc lowland. S.60jf K.0; No. ).
$9.00(3.&0i No. t, $1.0u.; No. J, 84.00$
STRAW Choice wheat, $5.5&S00; choice
oat or rve, $0. tint! 8. 60.
ALFALFA Choice, pea green, leafy,
fin tem. $13.60314.80; No. '.. $12 6mU.0;
No. 2, $11.0OaH2.0d. No. 3. 39.00OH.W.
NEW YORK. April 18. M ETAIS Lead,
eaay; $4 .1574.20: Indon, k.V 18 8d. Spel
ter, nominal; London, a. 44 10.
Tin: Irregular; offered at $68 00. Cop
per, firm: electrolytic. $i8.S78i6.60; cat
Ing. 116.76(6 16.87. Iron: Sttady and un
changed. At London: Spot copper, f71178d; fu
tures. C7tle4d. Pprt tin, 171; futures,
11U9. Antimony. U&tfVl.
NEW YORK. April 13.-COTTON-Spot.
quiet; middling uplands, 10.16c; sales, 26
Ootton futures rlosrd stesdy; My. 9.8c;
July, 1018c: October, 10 60c; December.
10. 7e ; January. 10 Me.
The cotton market closed steady at net
advance of from 6 to 9 point.
IJERPOOL, April la-tHlTON-Spol.
easy; good middling. 4 Old; mldddllog,
6.8bd; sales, IO.iiOO bales.
1 , ,
Dry Good Market.
NEW YORK. April 13. DRY OOODS
Cotton goods market were strong torisy.
Ysrn were firm. Dress goods and men a
wear wer in light demand. Silks war
quiet and velvet ribbed active. Jobber
reported a steady trad for this period
of their season.
Evaporated Apples aad Dries) Fralts
NEW YORK. April 1S.-EVAPORATED
DRIED FRUITS Prunes, quiet.
Peaches, easy. Raisins, steady.
Slosjg City Hvo Stock Market.
8IOUX CITT, la., April 13. -CATTLE
Receipts. 1,410 head; market rirm; native
leers, $7.00t 0; butchera, $6 26Hf7 00: cow
and heifer. M.36fe.6i; canner. $3.50a6.0i;
atacker and feeders, $6.7527. calves,
$8.Mti i0: bulla, slags, etc. $4 7(4.26.
HOOS-Reoelits. 4,000 head; market
steadv; heavy, $705: mixed, $7.92; right
$7.0Orp7.O2S; bulk of aaies, $7.teti7.06.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 400
. St. Joseph lift Stock Market.
ST. JOeiEPH. April U. CATTL E-Receipt
a. l.feuO bead; market steady: steer.
$7.ai.&0: cows snd heifers. 44.00U4 26;
HOGS Receipt , 100 head: market
hlaher: too. 87 12: bulk. $7 Oofjfl to.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt , $,000
litad; market slow; lambs. 8S.714Z10 36.
A. Pr. Ks. Av. Pr.
4M I 71 4 Ml T 40
IIOI 4 W 10 1011 7 U
M0 T II 1176 1 70
10M 7 2i II Ht 7 71
IU T W II UM T 90
,....1114 7 Ik 1 10 f 9ii
Ill T 40 1 Hi 90
1111 T 41 M U04 8 09
llk 1 to
blu.Bilvh AND HEIFERS.
471 I 14. II W 1 M
Ill 94 II Ml Ik
mitt 1 74 T ;
H0 9 94 t 1 4 K
114 I II 1 14Z4 4 It
ISO 4 76 11 10" 4 40
lb! -6 0 I.... 171 I M
1179 I M 1 : 11 I M
941 I W II t'4 4 11
lis I 4 1 144 I 10
HI iH 17 ill T 00
1140 I 90
Ulb AND 1IEIFEKS).
Villa is Reported
Near a Breakdown
SAN ANTONIO. Tex.. April 13.-Oen-ral
Villa Is reported, In a mesaag to
night from A sua Callente. to b on th
vers of a nervous breakdown, du to
recent reverses of his forces snd per
sonal troubles with some of hi officers.
Villa officer say that Villa Is laboring
under a great mental strain and only th
combined effort of hi closest friend on
th staff prevent him from executing
many officer whom h charge with
Imaginary failures In discharge of their
Within four days. It was reported, h
had ordered tight officer shot for what
h declared wag criminal carelewnes In
th handling of their troops, but In each
Inatanca h was persuaded to reconsider.
Amalgamate Copper ....
Asiariras Best Sugar....
As.arinaa t. R. .......
Aswrleaa B. ft R. ftt...
Am. Huaar iiannins. ....
Averlesa Tl. ft Tsl....
Bmeklrn Rapid Transit.,
rtlllnrala rwrolsaai ....
Oilrase Orsst swra.,
rMr.m, M. It. P
rklraao K. W
lit lao OnrW
rolorado rsel a ...,
Colnrsda a rleslkars
Daw Rlo Uranils...
Irnvar ft R. O. pf4
Iilatlllara' iecurltlaa ...
Ureal Northara pf4 ,
iimi No. ore etfa
Interbacstick Met. p(4...,
International ttarvaster .
Kanaas ttr Sosthsra...
Mnlran Pairolaum .....
MUwaurt, K. T
Naw lark t'entral
N. Y., S. H. H. ......
pacific Tel. S Tsl
Pullman palace Car
Rsr foe. Copper
rtspuDlia Iroa Btssl..
rtirk lulaoil Co
Hock lalas tlo. eM ...
Bt I ft S. r. M pC4..
t nloa Paclfls pfd
I nlta Hulas
n. Blast pnt
Westlndioaa Blectlia .
8. mo iiw
8. ami 1IBH
1.74 14 HH
17 eKiO t
41 I 00
900 I IS
al 1 00
941 7 lu
. 1M4 I
,.luo 6 90
.. 49 4 90
..l0 4 14
.140 4 1
.. 13 4 10
.. 10 0
.. 110 I 16
.. 17 9 M
16t 9 Ti
I to II.
T4 I 71 1
190 r, I
SAO 4 SO 1
Ml I 40
6 4 71 I
1040 I 'Jk 1
...u.14ti0 I 40 1
HM I M 1
4,0 4 71 1
W 8 M 1
444 1 OS I
Ml 7 U 1
Ibl 7 40 1
a t 71 1
HTLSV.itfc.itei AN, I'tCllblth
ItO I M 94 Ill 7 10
uo 4 oo 7 in T ts
4J7 4 t& M 1044 T 6
Hi 4 M 14 M 14
440 4 17 127 T 40
7JI 4 15 H WO T 40
124 I 04
Ihe receipt wer rther mod
erate, something Ilk 11 car, or 11.1M0
head. blng received. For th two days
supplies fool up la,0 head, being 1,600
short of a week ago, but over 6.0UU heav
ier than last year.
Trade opened with shippers buying
their kind at prices that were around a
dime higher. Most of their hogs were
bought on this basis, but later la th
forenoon they reduced their bids, and
their last purchases were only sbout 60
hlghar. Th shipper trad wa on th
whole a big 510c higher.
Packer bought a lew hog early at
about steady price, and then laid down,
and when they atarted bidding again it
waa at flguru that were in spots as
much as a dime lower. Nothing sold on
this basis, however, and after holding on
until a rather late hour, seller sold th
killing and of their drove st generally
steady price. Thl end of the trad was
rather dull and It waa well along to
wards midday before sny sort of a clear
ance wa made.
Moat of the parking drove war put
up around $7.00, whll Ihe big end of the
shipper soid at 7.j7.1iJ, with a sprink
ling as high sa $7.16. and a top of $7.17.
Price are now getting pretty close 10
where they wer the first of January,
and today' top I only 12c bluw th
years bat flrurea,
8a. Pr. Ms. At. 89. Pr.
.. 4 74 44 24T ... T 14
4 7 40 20 rjt 40 T W
. T 00 Ti 4 4 t U
10 T 2 17 1-4 ... T 14
S9 7 16 7 Ill M I 17
SO T 04 .
Receipts of sheen ware enn
sioersDiy larger tn
total for Ihe two day tnla
n yesterday and the
tnla WMk fuoLa un
19.14 head, which 1 larger than last week
and larger than a vear aao hv Ilia haiad
Other markets were only moderately sup-
pinu. ma iwtijui, ss wa tn
LIONS FRIGHTEN YOUNG
WOMAN. FAINTS IN AISLE
Apparently frightened by th . lion
which mak up on of th acts at tbe
Empress theater. Mils Dcra Drugemann,
1908 South Eighth street, fainted tit the
alsl of ths theater. When the trainer of
the lion attempted to enter th rag on
of th beast became offenslv and his
loud rosrings are thouKht to hav so
frightened Mis Drugemann that she left
her seat with th Intention of leaving,
but fainted on her way out. She was at
tended by Dr. C. 8- Folts and removed
to her horn la tha pollc ambulance.
OMAHA MAN WITNESS AT
CHICAGO RAIL HEARING
CHICAGO. April IS. Thomas Byrne of
Byrne ft Hammer, Omaha dry good Job
bers, testified that the proposed Increase
In freight tates on cotton piece goods
would have to be abaorbed by th Jobber
If It wa allowed, as It waa too small to
be added to the price per yard of good.
John A. McDonald, manufacturer of
men's working cloth at St. Joseph, Mo.,
testified that th proposed increase In
freight rate would be paid by the man
ufacturer, as hs product had a fixed re
AMERICAN TO CARRY THE
WESTERN PACIFIC EXPRESS
CHICAGO. April J8.-Th Western Pa
elflo railroad, through C. M. Levey, gen
eral manager, ha enounced that after
May 1 tli express business of tn road
would be operated by the American Ex
press company. He sad the contract had
been confirmed by tlio United Stale cir-
cult court. Th Glob Lx press company j
had been bundling the traffic.
, 44.100 11
, l.mo II
104, l"0 17
, t.l KH
, 39.30 44
Tout sales for th 8ar. 1.404.499 shares,
New Tark Mover Market.
NKW YORK. April 13.-MRCANTILE
PAPKR 3 per cent.
STERLING EiXtHANGE Steadier;
Ixty-day bill. $4.7850; for cables, 04.776;
for demand, $4-7W5.
SILVER Bar, 49c; Mexican dollar.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad.
TIME) LOANgt Stronger! sixty day.
2'V8 per rent; ninety day, 3314 per
cent; lx months, Jf!3 per cent.
ClALL MONEfV-Flrm; high. P4 per
cent; low, 8 per cent; ruling rate, 2.
per cent; last loan. 2 per rent; closing
bid, 2'4 per cent: offeted at 2 per cent.
Closing quotation on bond today wer
V. S. rsf. 8 rag... Me. Pa, ct. 6s..... 47
4o soupe N. Y. C. f. 9a.... 99
tj. B. 9s. rg WIN, Y. City 4s....kVi
do Muses 11 M. Y. 4H i 4s....UI
V S. registered. in . T.. N. H. ft H.
lis eospoa ..lt v. Is 101
Passm. ta euoa..toiCe. Pacirto as 9!
Am. Bmsltsr 4V...V d la 44
A. T. T. ev. 4a.K o. 8. I- r. 4a....
Armour C. .. 41 r-ac. T. 4 T. 6a.... 9a
Aui&l see. 4a.,.. 9 apMia, con. 4 91
Hal. Ohio 4s 90 , ct. 4 101
Ths. ft Ohio 4.. 7Rellns (cs. 4a.... Bh
r. b. a u. u 4.... 96h. u a . r. s. 4s a
C M ft S f 4.1" Ba. Pe. ct. 4s gi
4 ct. Is 10 no rsf. 4 US
Cft. rat. 4... 41 o ct. 4 HV
D.'a B. G. rat. .. 47 Ho. Kallwar la
m gee. 4s 71 lalon Paltt 4s....
Oea. Elewtrte 4. ..101 do ct. 4a 90
Ot. N. 1st 4s f. B. Rubber a....1M.
111. Cea. r(- "'4l'- B. Btael la lli
K. '. So. rsf. 4.. t Wabaab lat la 10
L A N. unl. 4a ... 4w. Vnloa 4a ... M
M. K T. 1st 4a.. 71 West. Kiss. ct. Is..
Local Storks and Bond.
Quotation farslahs or Burst. Brisk ft C ,
441 OsMha Vatiseal bank balialag:
Block tHd. Ask!.,
rMca a re. pM 44 4
9slraia4 Cmaaiy I par cast p(4 ... 9 1S4,
Kalrmout Lrwmarr 10 par c eom..
LJncola Tal a Tal.
Omaha C B. Bt. Br. pfd.,
Mountain Butas Tsl. ft Tel.
tttu Bask of Omaka
I'pSlk lirslB pM
t'pillk Orala com ,
Calun Btock Yard. Omaha..,
London Stoek Market.
LONDON, April 12. Despite tha ir
regularity in America securities the
market waa whole as a rule. A largo
number of markings in ths Pacific stocks
snd Atchison and United States Steel.
Several shares hav not reached th July
level, owing to further liquidation of
SILVER Bar, 23d per ounce.
MONEY-lrl per cent.
DISCOUNT RATBr-Khurt bills, 2 Pr
rent; three months, 3 par cant .
OMAHA. April 13. Bank clearings for
Orasha today were $46Ht.670.V, and for
the corresponding; day last year, $2,(39.-438.12.
' B.U.I 1:1. STOPS i
a'J' ' " 1 LAMENESS
from a Boo) Spavin. Ring Bon),
Splint, Curb, Sli Bono, cr similar
trouble ana gets hone eoir.gr sound.
Docs Dot blister or remove th
hair and hone can b woikcd. Pure
17 in pamphlet with tveh bottle tslls
how. $2.00 a bottle dliver4.
Ilore) Book 9 K
ABSORBINE. RM antiseptic liniment for
mankind. Reduce! Painful SvseUirigi, Ea
larked Gland, Goitre, Wen, Bruin , Van-
ASSEMBLY OF WISCONSIN
PASSES ANTI-TIPPINQ BILL
MADISON, Wis.. April U.-Th aenv
bly pad th antl-tlpplnt bill tonight.
It prohibit th giving or offering of any
... I nil Wu . nf anw k.l.l I
taurant. barber ahon or nubile aervic- I CO Veins, VMicoiiti4,hUOidSor4.AllayS
ccrpoiatlun engaged in the transportation
of passengera Th penalty Is a fin of
frcm $i to $25.
Pain. Will tell yon more if you wri'. $1 and
ti a bottle at deaieri o' -ielivered Book
"Evidence' free. Manufactured only bf
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