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TIIF, BEE: OMAHA. 1711 DAY, ArillL 16, 1915. 11 WASTED TO BUY TIKXL TC8T.TF ACREAGE ALTF.RNAT1NO electric fan In good condition; muni he cheavp. Adtlrea aVtuS, Bee. WAXTEl TO RENT 6YKN or l-rwnni house In West Funim or Field Club Districts, 146 to 3N; beet kind of tenant. W. L. Selby & Sons State Bank Bldg. Phone Doug. 1510. REAL ESTATE .rtKN RANCH LANDS ruK 0 ALB , Araaanaaw FOR Information about cheap land in south went Arkansas, write W. L. Fer Uni, Aahrtnwn, Ark. ARMHR8, do you need money t We ne gotiat (or (arm loans, i or 10 years, at per cent, dealing direct with bor rower, IXfc per cent straight commission; correspondence solicited. Address Dept. I), Security Karm Loan Ass'd, 80 N. Dear born St., Chicago. 111. o Colorado. TO SETTLERS ONLT-330 acres for 8300. Rlcn corn, alfalfa and wheat land; no and. J. A. Tiacy. Fort Morgan. Colo. f'OR SALE; Farms, 10 and 80 acres, in Feels. Colo.. Writ Delatler. 8364 Ogdsn Ave, Chicago, III. Iowa. HAVE YOU A FA KM FOR SALET vYnta a good description of your land and send It to the Sioux City, la., Journal. 'Iowa Moat Powerful Want Ad Medium." Twenty-five wordeeveiy Friday evening, Saturday morning and every Saturday evening; and Sunday morning or ona month, giving sixteen ads on twelve different days tor 8)1; or 60 words, H: or 78 word, fi Largest circulation of any Iowa news paper. 860.00U reader daily In (our great States. Maatasa, RENTERS, HOMKuKEKKRS Tour op portunity. 60,000 acre Irrigated wheat and alfalfa land for ettlemtut at Valler. Mont 841.60 to 860 per aero; fifteen years' time. For particulars, writ Valler Farm Kale Co.. ho 1002, Valler. Mont. Nebraska. East Neb. Bargain 1Ti8 acre six miles from Peiiburg. Aeb., ard one and one-half . miles from Raeville, Neb.: t-room house, all modern throughout, with electric lights; barn 82x48 with shed 1'htlOO; two good hog houses, 'all floored and divided Into pens; granary 30x32; machine shed 16x100; some good fruit trees; 60 acres wild pasture; 70 acres fcjfalf-i, 80 acres timothy and clover; lan l lies slightly rolling, but not rough; good crops and good soil. Price 340.OU0. Write P. N. McOOY. 711 Btate Bank Bldg. , New York. . NEW YORK FARMS FOR SALE. Price Gratifies and Location Batlnfiee, So forty thousand each week look for Hy rare bargains that they can depend on. 140-acre farm with 86 cows, team, farm machinery, hens and seed grain. Price 840 per acre. ,.,2?cr!L.farm w1th f,ve cw nd hens. Price $800. i ltfe-acr farm with 10 cows team, hen and farm machinery. Price 836 per acre. 06-acre. farm buildings worth 84.0nO; !ood land. Price 3,6i0. 8500 oaah. 3100 early buya any of these farms. R. R. are paid ono way to purchaser. Write for photos. E. ML'NSON, tM 8. Ballna St.. Syracuse, N. Y. Mlaaaeeuta. BARGAIN 240-A. farm 20 m. from Min neapolis; 140 A. under cult.; 40 A. good meadow: 60 A. timbered paature; oan practically all be cultivated; good corn land; farm Is fenced ; 10-room house, barn, granary, machine shed, windmill, etc.; u head good milk cows, 4 good horses, har nesses, wagons, complete set of machin ery, hogs, chickens and everything on the farm goes at 846 per acre; 86,000 cash, balance can stand for 10 years at 8 per rent. . Schwab Bros., 1028 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. ttoatk Dakota. NOW YOUR OPPORTUNITY. Splendid 240-acre valley farm, amalf mage., nest, or neignnornooaa. nine to town, 867.60 per acre. 820 A. 10 ml. So. Dak. state capital. I Carlson A Walltn, Omaha Neb.. McCaguo Bldg., Omaha.; uartnage, so. uatt. .... Waihlasi.n. COME W EST Pure water, fine climate, fertile soil; low prtoe. easy terms, have a large selection to draw from. It you re Interested In the west and Washing Ion, address Edward Abeltng. Qoldsndaja, Wash. REAL ESTATE LOANS 8100 TO 810,000 made promptly. F. U. Weed, Wead Bid., ,18th and Farnam Sta CITY and farm loana, 6, 6, 8 per cent. J. H. Uumont St Co., 418 Btate Bank. WANTED City loans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith A Co.. 1820 Farnam St MONEY on hand (or city and farm loana H. W. Binder, City National Bank Bidg. WANTED City loans. Peter""lrust CoT SEE us first for farm loana in eastern Neb. United States Trust Co.. Omaha, GGL CITY LOANS. C. O. Carlberg, - iut-Bii riranoeis i neater Blag, OMAHA homes. East Nebraska (arm. CREEPS REAL. ESTATE CO., Wit Omaha National. Phone Douglas 1718. ABSTRACT OP TITLE Kerr Title Guarantee and Abstract Co., a modern aostraot office, 806 So. 17th St. Phone D. 6487. Jeesen & Morrell, 201-8 SUte Bk. Bldg. D. 2291. REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract oino in Nebraska. 204 Brandela Thea. REAL ESTATE ACREAGE Your Money Is Safest If Invested a In Acreage Near Omaha You cannot find a safer Investment than owning a few acres of good land close to a growing city like Omaha. Ws nave the beet located acreage OUT BEN SON WAY In tracts from one to five acrea, that we are selling at low prices and easv terms. One acre on terma as low at $10 cash, 810 a month: two acres 820 cash, 816 a month. Some close to car, school and paved road. Acres now will be lots In the future. One acre la equal to six lots 44x183. Call and get plats and prices or phone our office, Douglas 1608, and we will mail you same. Hastings & Heyden 1614 Harney St. Suburban Acres On Paved Road We Offer for the first time 146 arran on the Went Cpntur afreet road, leas than 1 miles from street car line: there It no hetter lying piece of property In Douglas county than this around. The east part la practically level and over looks the whole town. The Improvements consist of one lartre house, barns, wagon sheds, pump sheds. In fact, all necessary Improvements. Be Sides this, there Is a small tenant houstv Complete electric light plant. A large portion of the ground Is In alfalfa. There la no lease at present, and KsseHlnn can he given at anv time, easonnble terma ran be arranged on the purchase This la the best piece of property of this kind we have ever offered, and If von are Interested will be glad to show you the land. A. P. Tukey & Son Phone Doug. 502. 231 City Nat. Rk. B1dg. FOR SALE By owner, 2 acres, house, rruit trees, hemes, grapes, chlcaen house, barn. Walnut 2047. o REAL ESTATE XORTII SIDE $5,200 Price Reduced for Quick Sale Two hlncks from the Harney oar. 7 rooms finished In oak. with oak floora throughout, enamel and mahogany rn the second floor, with tile vestibule and bath room, laundry chute, built-in bookcasee. writing desk, buffet, electric wan piugs and up to the minute In every detail and THOROUGHLY WEI-L BUILT. Never offered at thle price before. Thii house will please you. ceo it toaay. Glover & Spain 919-20 City National. D. 892.' A Desirable Home 2005 Spencer St. If VOU want a well built 6-room home that is well arranged and In A desirable location, you should look at tnis at once. It haa reception hall, living room, dining room and kitchen on the first floor fin ished In quarter-sawed oak excepting the kitchen. Has three well arranged bed rooma and bath on second floor; full basement! flrat-rlass nlumblna a.nd heat ing. A earage for two cars. On paved street, and tho price haa neen out to 84.0)10 If sold at once. Please don't bother the tenants, but see us about It. HASTINGS HFYDEN. 1814 Harney PI. Open for Inspection TODAY. 2518 N. 18TH ST. THE LOT East front on Boulevard. No special taxes, beautiful shade trees. cement walks. THE HOUSE. Sir Nnmi on one floor: modern axcent furnace; oak floora; beautifully decorated. combination ugniing iixtures. trice 12875. a small payment flown, balance same as rent, W. H. AdamBon, Owner, 2616 N. 19th St. Call Doug. 7979 any flay next week. Nifty Bungalow 2200 cash, balance like rent; rooms; strictly modern; one block to car; two blocks to school: near Miller park. Price. 82,760. Open evenings. THE VOUKLi KBALIt AUKNCT, 1015-18 W. O. W. Bldg. Louglaa 3691. GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Little Wheat Offered for Brisk Be- mand and Price Advance! Two and Three-Fourth Centa. CORN AND OATS ALSO STRONG OMAHA, April 15. 115. The market ahowed considerable strength and there a good advance In the pric of all grains. There wee very little whest received today, but there was a good demand and. a a result, wheat sold 8o higher than yeMerdnv's prices. Corn and oets were also strong, corn selling from htfylc higher, while oats ad vanced vc- It Is generally unde-etor.d by well posted mm In the wheat fade that the Hrltlsu K' vernment practically controls the world'!? surplus wheat. "1 he first real strength In the market came from the decision on the part of that government not to buy any mora wheat in the manner which has been pur aued recently, thereby leaving the market again In the hands of the merchants, wha can now proceed without fesr of the governmental influence on prices. Clearancea were: Wheat and flour, equal to 1.134. Ono bu.j corn. 118,000 bu.; oats, 1.04,010 bu. Liverpool close: Not quoted. Primary wheat recelpta were 39,nno hu. and shipment ams.OOn bu., against receipts pf SK,n bu. and ehlpmenU of 276.W0 bu. last year. Primary corn receipts were 421. ON) bu. and shipment 661.000 bu., against receipts of 41.000 bu. and shipment of ttf.OOO bu. last year. Primary oat receipt were B1.009 bu. and shipments ftri,ono bu against receipt pf 893.000 bu. and shipment of 789,000 bu. laat year. CARLOT RECEIPTS. rhlc-n 88 84 61 Minneapolis ioi Duliith i is Omh ii Kansas City 40 ! 11 St. Ixuie M M Innlpeg i;o These sales were reported today: Wheat: No. 8 hsrd winter: 1 car. 81.644. No 3 hard wlnier: 8 cars. 8164; V car. 81.68. No. 2 durum: 'i car, 11.60. Corn: No. 4 white: 1 car. 7Hc. No. 8 yellow: 7 cars. 71c; 8 cars, 70o. No. 4 yellow: I car, 70c; 8 cars, 70Vic; 8 cars. 70o. No. 6 yellow: 1 car, 704c; 1 car, 70Hc. No. 8 mixed: 1 car (near white), 7Hc; 1 car, 71c; 1 car (near white), 70W; 8 cars. 70c; 8 cars. 70V4c; 1 car, 70c. No. 4 mixed: 1 car (near white), 70,cj 1 car, 70c; 2 cars, fHc No. 6 mixed: cars. 700. No. i mixed: 1 car (near white). 70c. Sample: I car (wheat mixed), 70c. Oats: No. 8 white: 1 car, 56c. No. 3 white. 4 cars. 54Hc. No. REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN Dawaew. In Dundee 100 Ft. Frontage If you want to see two of the best lo cated, high, sightly lots In Dundee, you should look at these two lots, located on Nicholas Ht.. between 60th and 51st Sts.. which is the highest point In Dundee, overlooking Omaha. Dundee and the aur rnundlng country, where many new homes are being built now. The price for the two lots for nul'k sale, 82.800, or will sell one alone for 81.160. HASTINGS A HEYDEN. 1R14 Harney St. REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS Bargain in Stucco Kountxe Place Home. 6-room bungalow. strictly up-to-dats, oak finish. Get loca tion and particulars from owner. JJ. zlm. REAL. HOME BARGAIN. 2113 Burt. Price right. Sea Cadet Tay lor. X. 8604. o REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE $4,000.00 A double flat, 14 rooms, on S. 80th St. near Dewey Ave. All modern frame building; good condition; a' first-class tnvestment 82,0no down; 81.800 incum brance. Let us show you tht. W. M. NASH & CO., REAL ESTATE, RENTALS, INSURANCE, ETC. 603 Bee Bldg. Phon Red 8236. $500 Cash Hanscom park district, 8-room bunga low: four blocks from Hanscom park. In Crelghton addition; downstairs ha oak finish, with polished floors; two bed room and bath upstairs; full cemented basemsnt; hot air furnace. Owner wants to aell at once and will take 32,660 for this 33,200 property. Open evenings. THE VOOEL REALTY AGENCY, 1015-1 W. O. W. Bldg. Douglas dsSL REAL EFTATE WEST SIDE vStucco House West Farnam Thl is a very attractive -room house on a corner lot, 47xl!, racing east. Fin ished In highest grade quarter-sawed oak downstairs, birch and maple above. All the fixtures are handsome and costly. Fireplace. Music room, solarium, en closed Bleeping porch, tiled bath room, garage. Armstrong-Walsh Co. Tyler ISM. STATE BANK BLDG. Eight Acre Lots Near Krug Park Thl la a well equipped and on of the beat producing fruit and chicken farm we have r.ad th opportunity to offer for a long time, and mutt be seen to be ap preciated. Improvement consist of a good 3-story 7-rocm house, barn for 4 head of stock, corncrlb, wsgon shed, hogbouse, icehouse and new chicken house lix' feet. Oood well. eta. Thar is bearing fruit of all kinds: 3 acrea in grapes. liJ harry trees. b apple trees, SO pear trees. 13 plum trees, currants, gooseberries, black 'sspberrtea In abundance. About 1 acre fine bli.rgraes paature with running spring water through aanie. About acre in al falfa. Sickness in family only reason this plsce is for sal. Owner makes fine living rff of It. Price and terms on application. George & Company Tel. Dvugia City Nat. Bank Bldg. I ML8T dispose of my all modern home of 7 rooms. 4172 Chicago St.; fine shade and fruit trees, with nice south front lot; house hss hot water heat, electric lights, full cemented basement, with laundry; fina bath room. I will be home all day; call and make me an offer; no reasonable offer refused; will make terms; no agent. Strictly Modern Cottage 200 cash, balance K0 per month; 6 rooms; large lot. 60x150. Close to car and school. Price only 12.C0O. Open evenings. THE VOUEL REALTY AGENCY, K16-l W. O. W. Bldg. Douglas 3891. For Sale Five-room house, modern except heat. Everything In good condition. Part cash, balance montly payments. 2716 S. 21st fit Ml'ST BE SOLD TO SETTLE E8TATE. 7 rooms, modern, good condition; lot 60 xl50: one block from car line, two blocks to school; shade treea and shrubbery; 4316 larayette Ave. Terma Make ua offer. Duuglas (84, Walnut 2824. o REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN Daaaee. A Fine Dundee Home 4919 Burt Street $4,750. Has seven rooms, large living room, dining room, kitchen, pantry and rear vestibule downstairs; three bedrooms up stairs and sleeping porch or sun parlor, enclosed, so that It can ba used for a bedroom heated. Downstalra finished In oak; upstair has oak floora and two panel birch doors Large attic; full baaement. with fruit oellar and coal bins. Ha beautiful sand-finished walls, decorated with oil paint. Complete shades, screen and water meter; paved stieet. Hastings & Heyden 14 Harney St FARMS WANTED WANTED To correspond Mth owner of aoud fsrnt or acreuue fur Mile or ex change. C. C Buckingham, lluuatun, Tex t Your Money Should Earn from 4 white- 1 car, Mc. Cample: 1 oar. MV: 1 car. 52V live: No. 8 1 car. 6 107. Omaha Cash Prices Wheat : No. t tur key, 8l.6ffcl.6H. No. 3 turkey. 3l.64v4T1.rv; No. 3 hsrd. 31 64-31. 64H: No. 8 harl. 316 ftl.54; No. 3 spring, 31.6mffl 644; N". 3 durum. ll.49Htri.60: No 8 durum. 31 4V9 1 4. Corn: No. 1 while. 7JiCJ7lHc; No. 2 white. TfttTJHr; No. 2 white, 71VftT71c; No. 4 white. 70tf71V,c: No. 6 white. 7', ff70e; No white, 7nirr?OHo: No. 1 ye low, 71H'!ITlc; No. 3 yellow. 71Hfl71Hc: No. 3 yellow. 7it71c: No. 4 yellow. 70tf 70Hc; No 6 yellow. ti70V: No yel low, eH7V; No. 1 mixed. IIHITMV: No. 1 mixed, 71V,fT71Hc; No. 3 mixed. .OtfVMe; No. 4 mixed. sKHftTOH": No. 6 mined, TOHc; No. mixed. M07Oc Oats: No. 2 white, 64VfVc; standard, MHtiv"4Se; No, i white. 6Hfr4Hc; No. 4 white, UVMc. Barley: Malting. rr74e: No. 1 feed, do etc. Rye; No. 2. 31.07HC1 08; No. 8, 31 WH VI 'VI. OMAHA LITCSTOCK MARKET Beef Steen Slow to Lower and Other Steady -Cows and Feed era Actire and 8teady. CHICAGO ;Rll AND PROVIMO Peat ares of the Trading aad loalna Prlrea on Board of Trade. CHICAGO, April II. Acute scarcity of wneat reserves predicted for the near fu ture had a bul Ish effect today on the wheat market here, but rural holdings were aald to he selling a lltle more freelv, and some of the gain In price disappeared. There waa an unsettled close at HflHc above last night. Corn finished a snads to Ho higher, cats off tiHc to He up and provision down 6tf10c, Buying of wheet stnrteil with a rush. Influenced to some extent bv cable ad vices, especially word that estlmatea of the exportable surplus of India had been reduced to Td.0in.u00 bushels, as against prevloua estimates of 13O.O0O.O0ft bushels kater..the bull side was favored by notice that export clearances from the United. States for the last twenty-four hours totaled 1,100,00) bushels and that Euro pean had purchased at the seaboard to day SfO.OOO bushels additional. Moreover, aeserttona were current that fully 8,000.X) bushela of spring wheat had been sold, to leave Duluth as soon a possible after the opening of th Great Lakes naviga tion season, beginning at midnight to night. On the other hand, caution began to manifest Itself among the bulla todav after announcements were msde that ealea of wheat to go to store here had taken place to the amount of 150,0)0 bush els. Com waa helced upward by wheat strength and by continued report of crop damaae In Argentina. Country offerings though, as was the rase with wneat to creased somewhat on the advance. Two steamers were announced to leave Chi cago tonight with 7oo.tm0 bushels of corn for Buffalo, the first vessels of the sea son. In the oat trade, free buying of July and selling of May by houses that Senerally act for the seaboard caused a eclded narrowing of th spresd between the two deliveries. There waa also a good deal of speculative buying of July. 1 Packers' selling more than wiped out an advance In provisions due to grain strength and higher prices for hogs. There seemed to be no urgent demand and espe cially a to lard. Range of prices on futures: Article! Open. High. I Low, Close. Yea'y HOGS FIVE TO TEN CENTS UP SOl'TH OMAHA, April 15, 1816. Receipts were: Cattle.. Mogs. Sheep. Official Monday .74 7.1"; VJM Offllcal Tuesday 4 p 10,7 11.878 official Wedneadav ... 4.80 AM .2i7 Ketlmet Thursday .... 8.2f3 8.718 8.013 Tour daya' totals 18.107 .0J 7.41 5ame days last week..l6.fM. 42.178 80.028 Some 3 weeks ago I.7e4 47. Mil 4i.4V Same 8 weeks ago 17,47.1 4D.613 4.8J fsme 4 weeks ago 2e,r4 84.324 62.V) Skme days last year... IX, W U.W 45,849 The following table show the axerage of cattle, hogs and atieep at the tiouth Omaha live stock tiarket for the year to date, aa compared with last year: im 4ii. Inc. Cattle 2P2.D4 2M.!; 3.f5l logs 1,01.617 MH,5 l).1l 1 nneep Ml, M0 78X.763 18.7W The fololwlng table shows the average price for hogs at the anuth Omaha livo stock market for th last few days, with comparisons: Dafe. 116. l14. 11P18. IU12. jWl. iliUO. 9U Mar. Mar. X. Mar. 81. April 1. Aprld 3 April April April April April April April April 11 April II April 13 April 14 April 16 3. 4. 8. I. 7. a ioi 63',t I S I 66 . I W 6Vl 70T, iMt en A6H t$ 1 0H I MV 7 07HI 8 42 86 3 88; 8 30 I 66 I 63 8 43 IfTl I 6: 167 I 3 8 6I 8 6k 8 Ml T 61 M0 711 It 8 78 8 86 I 58 8 81 77 74 8 T I R6 8 81 8 71 8 84j 7 Til N 10 68 . I a is in kt 7 TJj I 87110 0 7 if " TO T Tsl Ml 7 811 8OI10 Ml T 8 3 23 10 43 I m 78! I T 7 7 66 7 U 7 66 7 7 s 21 10 81 8 81 U 10 15 12119 181 I 86 M 3 t T f 15 I 81 I 87 66 M 68 I 85 8 78 lit 7 a 71 I 80 8 80 M 8 7 01 I X) 8 88 Wheatl Mai July Corn May.) July. Oats May. July. Pork May. July Lard May July. Ribs I . Ma.y.1 July.! 1 61 H I 2H 74 7H! I 5T4l &4 1 3'4 1 S3Hi I 74M 77S, M ) M 17 40 I 17 42HI 17 MHI 17 96 10 1THI 17 17H V) 46 I 10 41 10 15 10 45 1H.15 10 46 1 81 . 1 81H 1 KH, 1 2VH 1 8 1 29H 7 74 74 7tHI 7 I I MM v 6 67H 64r 65 64 I 17 27HI IT 2TU 17 36 17 771 17 T7H 17 8T 10 13HI 1 12'4 10 IT 10 871 10 37 10 43 II) 05 I 10 Of 10 12V4 10 87HI 10 37H 10 iVj Sunday. Receipts and disposition of live stock t the Union stock yard a Routh Omaha, for twenty-four houra ending at I o'clock p. m. yesterdsv: REC EU FT.-C K LOA Del. Cattle. Hoga Bheep. H'r" r.. M. fit. P I 3 Wabash 1 1 Missouri Psclflo .... 7 8 Vnlon Tarlflc 3 37 31 C. N. W east... IX 10 1 C. N. W.. west... 24 . 38 I . St. P., M. O.. 11 8 C. B. Q , east... 10 3 1 C, R. A U , west... 80 4 1 C, R. I. P., east. 4 8 C, R. I. P.. weat. ..1 1 Illinois Central 8 4 Chicago G. W 8 1 .. .. Total recelpta ...188 158 84 DISPOfllTION-HKAO. Cattle. Hog. Sheer 7 to We have' several different plans, whereby you can get from t to 10 per cent on your money and be absolutely safe In your lnvestmenL' Aa everyone know, real estate la one of th beat and safest Investment on earth. We can arrange it so you can invest In Individual properties or take an interest with other. W have one plan whereby you can Invest In amount aa small a It will pay you to see or wrlta ua about It. Hastings & Heyden 114 HARNEY ST. Special Bargain -100x140 feet, east front,, delightful location: iXH IS. Md St.. with large. well-built, 10-room house; hot water heat; oak floor upatalra and down; splendid condition; new plumbing. Price $7,000, with all the ground, or fn.COO with house and one lot. A BIG SNAP. s Dundee Special 37,000 One of the best built and most at tractive well arranged houses In Dundee district, for th price; choice location. House has hbt water heat, beautifully arranged, and built by the owner for a home. Hperial reasons for selling. Ask to see It. D. V. Sholes Co. 915-16 City Nat. Bank B.dg. Ooug. 48. HOME BARGAINS. 3200 cash, 7-room houss and H acre all in fruit, 12.260. - 326u cash, 8-room modern house near 2fth and Meredith Ave.. 83.360. 830) cash, 6-room cottage, 38th, near Franklin at.. 12,360. 8600 cash, 7-r.. on Park Ave., 34,100.- j) cash, 6-r . 26th, near Blondo, 13.360. 7-room modern house, 8. 86th Ave., nesr Poppleton Ave., 86.760. 6-r. modern house, a. 26th Ave,, near near Woo I worth Ave., 33.3W); only 30.u0 cash. Inquire 418 Karbach Blk. Doug. 8007. STRICTLY MODERN WELL BUILT HOMES IN BENSON Come out any time this evening after G 80 or phone for auto. Take Benson car, get off at 61st St.; come soutn block, to Z8U6. Phone Benson 122. ?1 JLJ RULUNQER. o CAN YOU BKAT IT FOR SI,:i0U? A brand new J-room cottage, having water in kitchen, electric lights, oak floora large east front lot. 68x120, high ai.d alghlly location, only block from the street car and 3 blocks from stores SJKt school. PAYNK INVIiSTMENT COMPANY, Douglas 1781. Ware Block. Rent room quiok with a Bee Want Ad. Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. t red, 81.81H: No. 3 hard, S1.61tVI.82. Corn: No. 2 yellow, nominal; No. 4 yellow. 78jy73Ho; No. 4 white, 7374o. Oats: No. 8 white. 6M4ig7ic: standard, 67!j58'io. Rye, nom inal. Barley, 784J83e. Seeds: Timothy, 34.6008.86; clover, H.wmia.w. provisions: Pork. tlT.17; lard. 3 .84; ribs, 80.12H ??: BIJTTBK Ijower. creamerT. ivic. KdOB-Hlrher: receipt. 37.266 cases: at mark, cases Included, ltl9Hc; ordinary t rsts. lSWis'Ac: rirsts. iwuv. POTATOES Higher; receipt. 45 car; Michigan and Wisconsin, red, 40U43c; Michigan and Wisconsin, white, c. POULTRY Alive, steady; fowl. 16Hc; springs, 17o. New York General JHarket. ' NEW TORK, April IB. flUGA R-Raw, firm; centrifugal, 4.70c; molasses, 8.9se: refined, steady. Sugar futures opened firmer on a renewed demand from trade Interests and at midday war 89 point net higher. i. BUTTER Easy; receipts, 4.A2S tub; creamery extra, 93 (core, 38a: creamery, higher scoring. 32$XSa; firsts, JftrjSlo; seconds, SftiffWVic. RGOH nteady; recelpta. 24.834 rases; fresh gathered extraa, 38o; storage paokad, extra firsts, 23Q'23o: firsts 31H22o reg ular packed, extra firsts, 32c; firsts, t0 ibtlHe; nearby hennery whites, fine to fancy, 33c; nearby hennery brown. 33 C2.V. CIU3EHFJ urm; receipts, en boxes; state whole milk, fresh special. U 1544c; state whole milk, average fancy, 18 Snbc. POULTRY Live, firm: western broil ers. 46p48c: fowls, l1Mc; turkeys. 14fJ 16c: dressed, eaay; western frosen roast ing chickens, 17ft 21c: fresh fowls. Iced, 14 ei6c; frosen turkeys, 1641 c. . Kanaaa f'ltr ral and Prevlaloaa. KANSAS CITY, April I6.-WHEAT-N0. I hard. 31 5361 64; No. 3 red. 31.5249 1 63; May, tl.6He1.61T; July, S1.23T; Sep tember, tl.09NSl.O9i. CORN No. 3 mixed. 74e; No. 2 white, 7THc; No. 3 yellow, 754976c; No. S, 74o; May. 7873c; July, 76c; September, 78lc. OATS No. t white. MitJ67c; No. 3 mixed. 64fl6o. BUTTER Creamery, 2tc; firsts, 27c; seconds, 25c; packers, 18o. ROOH-Flrsta, lo; seconds, iTe. POULTRY Hen. 14c; rooster, 10c: turkeys, 15c. Mlaaeapoll ttrata Market. MINNEAPOIJ8. April 16-WHEAT-May, 81.68!; July, 11.49; No. 1 hard. 31.68; No. 1 northern, tl.66wl.8: No. 8 northern, 31. 601.6614. FLOUR Advanced; fancy patents, W .80; first clears. 84.40; second clears. 84.90. BARLEY WirTSc. RYE-31.OSTM.09. BRAN-822 60. CORN-No. 8, !)5fr. OAT8-N0, 3 white, 64g4c. r-UAX-tl.92l. I.lverpeol Oraln Market. LIVERPOOL. April 15.-WHKAT-8pot, No. 3-Manitoba. 13 td; No. 3. 13s 6d No. 1 hard winter, 18 4Hd; No. 3 red' weatern winter, lis td. . corn Spot, American, mixed, new 7s UHd; American, mixed, old, 8s d.' I t. Loats Oral Market. ST. LOUI8. Aprtl 15,-WHEAT-No 3 red 81 l&liA M- Nn 9 ti n. an. .... tt.64: JuTy. 81.257 CORN-No 3. 76c; No. 3 whit. 78c; May. OATS No. 2. 670670 ; No 2 whit, 6e. ' Coffee Market. NEW YORK. April 18. COFFEE; After opening 1 point higher to 1 point lower, the market for coffee future became teadler today on scattered covering by near-month aborts In (hs absence of Cromot sellers en4 rlnJ L . . -- - - - - - - " ni uncnangea to 7 points higher. Kales were only iZM Tr;r 1 : !" ; jun., e we; July 7.1. c: August. 7.24c; Keptember. T.31o October 7 87n- krAMk.. - . , . ,? f:li?i.,J"n2arY' 7 60c: ''briiary. 7 6c quiet; Itlo No. 7 70 Hanto. No. 4, Coit and kijht rDort4ti tfi b nttm4nm lis,.!. here for th tlrn being. Rio exchange on w.. tsu luwer, wun milrela prtcsa unchanged at Santo and 75 rels higher at itlo. Morris Co 4wift Co Cudahy. Packing Co Armour Co Hchwarts C J W. Murphy Morrell Lincoln Packing Co Cudahy, Kansas City... Cudahy, from country.. Fenton, Vansant A L... Hill Bon F. B. Iwla .1. B. Root AV Co J. H. Rulla L. F. Husa Rosenstork Bros IWerthelnier ft. Degen... H. F. Hamilton Rulllvan Bros Rothschild A Krehs Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.... Hlggln v.. Huffman Roth Meyer Baker. Jone A Smith.. Tenner Bros John Harvey Klin Dennis A Francis....... Other buyer 6a ltt) 6VS 2 10 178 "to 24 90 14 1 13 4ft 21 82 31 4ft 77 17 80 38 1 4 46 ; 16 236 1.29 l.2 1,923 1.76 683 1,8X8 116 618 t.4W 1.914 l.86 week and smaller than year ago by Over I.Oirf) heed. The market opened out very slow, the Same ss It hss every dsy this week, tor the reasons tinted before in these rnlumns, namely the feeling among hovers that Prices ate too high and that they ought to he able to force the market down, while sellers are equally determined tf maintain prices or carry them to a still hlaher point. Most of the receipt ves. terdav did not sell until after midday, when Colorado Mexican lambs brought laraely 810 16(10.26. with a top at 810 30. This nvrnlng buyers started out practln log th same tactic, that Is. holding heck and bidding lower prlcea or not hlddlrg at all. so that the dsr was again well advanced before enough business was tmnarted to make a market. fHlll It was very evident this morning that the packers really wanted the stuff, and they finally cleaned up- the most de slrsble of the offering at prices that were steady to strong as compare 1 with yerlerday. !mh sold largely In about the same notches aa yesterday, but with the top 5c higher, that Is, tiO.83, which wss paid for a very PhrHoe bunch of Ne braska fed Mexican. Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs Light. )lo.tf ).!: lambs, heavv. 7fA lO vO: vearllmis, light. 8 W418.25: yearling, heavv. 8h.60rul 90: welh.nt. mnnA in .i. 8 'Hi.6; wethers, felr to good, 37 76 8 00: ewe, good to choice, 7.7Mj.26; awes, fair to good. 87.On4T7.75. No. 501 fed lambs , to fed ewes M fed ewea 18ft fed we 263 Colorado lamb , ft cull lambs 611 Colorado lambs 31 Mexican lambs 66 Colorado lamb , 44.1 fed ewe 348 fed lambs Av. . so . ft . 93 . 75 . 77 . 70 . 78 . 74 . 70 , m . 71 Pr 6 t 8 ftn 6 00 8 00 1ft I. 0) 10 35 10 80 10 34 7 75 86 NEW YORK STOCK MARKET Surpasses All Record for Consid erable Over Year in Strength and Scope of Rise. BETHLEHEM STEEL IS QUIET CHICAGO LIVR STOCK MARKET 1.177 REAL ESTATE WANTED I WANT to buy a atrlctly modern houM in Han acorn park district. Will pay 300 cab and flS or ISO per month. Address B tOl. Bee. WANTED TO BUY-House of fiv or ix rooms: two lots or more. No objection to suburbs If on or near car line. Lowest cash price. Address K 804. Bee. WANTKI) To buy a 8-room modern new house In desirable location. Call D. 8477. I J ST your properly with H. H. Lander you. 202 Neville Blk. D. 3400. ItEAIi ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE CANADIAN (arm for sale or trade for city property. For particulars, address W. K. White. X:l S. ith St , Omaha. Cotton Market. ----- - ' ' 1 1 r.-, ru(jr qulot; middling uplanda. 10 16c; no salea Tbe cotton market closed strong at ' a net gain of from 11 to 16 point -iion ruiures cinaea strong: Msv 8 9fir- JulV. l.24c: Tlrlnher lfl. 10 84V; J.nu.nr. 10 Mc. ' LlviEKt-tjou April l.'..-COTTON-8pot eaaler, good middling, totd; middling' 6.7d: low middltng, i.32d. Sales, 13.000 bales. Metal Market. NEW YORK. April 16 -MUTALA-Lead easy, at 84 1634.39, London, a: 20 16. Spel ter, nominal, Ixjndon, 48. Tin. ncminal; five-ton lots offered st fW.uo. Copier firm; electrolytic, 814 7.i 14.87: rasttng, 814 36. Iron quiet and un changed. At Indon: Kput ropner. A73 te futuies. 7. !H.t tin K7 10 futures L it. Antiiuuny, itWaXl. , -Total 8,608 3.619 7,984 CATTLE RecelDta war fair fas a Thursday and for th four day this week th run total 18,107 head, being ever 4,0(M head larger than a year ago. Handy lightweight beef ateers war sought after and aold at prices that were steady with yesterday. There were quit a number of heavy cattle in the yard and they wsr a little alow at price that were weak to possibly a much a 10c lower In some spots. Cow and heifer were In mods rat sup ply and aa the demand waa good, most everything along that line changed hand at an early hour. Th market was fully steady with yesterday, th bst fed cows selling up to 17.10. There were only a few etocksrs and feeder In sight, but th market on that class of stock waa firm, th same as It has been every day tht week. Quotations on cattle; Good to ehols beeves, 7.7ft78.80; fair to good corn fed beeves. 37.6iXiu7.86; common to fair corn fed beeves, 86.8047.60; good to choice heifers. S4.604V7.36; good to choice cows, 6486'f630; fair to good cows, St.76ir4.86; common to fair cows, t&76tM.7S; good to choice stocker and feeder. I7.26tr7.86i filr to a-ood stockers and feeders. 87.0011 t 26: common to fair atooker and feeders. tn.owT,oo; siock nailers, es.soqiii.At; stock cows, 86.604f4.60: stock calve. ' 84.bi8.16 veal calvea, 17 00510.00. Representative sales: Ms. Av. Pr. N. A. Pr. t mis 1. sat T 4 in4 7 ID 4 sot T TO S MO 7 81 11 loll T 4 174 7 M I 1 114 T M 14 1M TM It 1 1 8 04 Ml T 44 It IMS 3 18 II... 1004 T 40 l-Tr -H-4 AN" HEIFEB". I TM T 80 It 116 7 84 rT 841 7 44 COW a. 3 s4 IK 14 ISM M 3 M IN 1 1(M4 4 4 1 I 18 Kl IN I fro 1 le s his i 4 3 l!0 I 41 14 MM1 4 1 8 Ki I 14 It IMS t n 1 IMS I M 1 170 1 4A 1 111 4 13 1144 7 II II 1011 4 10 cirn.. s 7i4 1 it 1 in t m 4 ri IH II 174 T 14 1 444 4 44 HUf.lJJ. 1 lose I 14 1 441 6 S 1 ISM I It 1 M IS i M M I pine 4 1 loan ft SS J 416 7 04 1 KllO 19 1 40 Ti ALVKS. T 40 7 4 Ill I to 1 KO 1 V 4 101 I 00 1 171 I M BTOC.K4.n AND FBEOnr.iJ. I 640 I 00 11 Ml t 8 IH 14 413 T II MS 4 74 J 1 M 1 0 T 4 I ltd III 9 741 1 18 14 1Xlt 1 44 HOOS Receipt were moderate, being estimated at 14 cars, or W.la head. Tn week upply foots up a,0H2 head, a short age of 4.0X1 head aa compared with last week, but more (ban 6,uu0 head larger than a year ego. Advice from other point were more t.r let encouraging thle morning and uulte a number of itoaa sold on shlptlng account at prices that were Just about 0c higher. Packsra tried to hold things slow, and their early offers were no better than strong to a nickel higher. Nothing sold until they had raised prices to a full nickel higher basis, and even then only a few hoga moved, so that th big bulk of the packer hoga were finally cashed at prices that were fully if0Oe higher. Trade waa more or less dreggy throughout, as sellers started out asking luc higher figures and were alow to take off anything. It wa well along toward noon bat or any aort of a clearance waa effected. Bulk of all the aalea waa made at 37.06 fi7.U Shlptlng kinds sold Isrgely at 17.10 with a sprinkling tinder this figure, and a few loada as high aa 37 1. the day a top. Most of the packers sold at 37 059 707. with the longest string st th latter fries. Current valuea are 30'26c higher han th close of Isst week ainl today s average waa the highest sine January 3, although top enlv reached 87 16 as aalnat laat Tuesday's high flgur of 17.17. llepresemeiiv saiew Cattle atronsT Hos resettled Flran. CHICAOO. AftcU 16. CATTLE Re ceipts, S.00 head; market strong; native beef steeis. 88. lofj.65; western steers. 5.6i .n0; cows and heifers. 82 0U 10; calves. 16 ,5f 8 26. HOU8-Recelpts, 17.000 head; market un settled: advance of 64vlftc partly lost; hulk. tT7.t0: llaht 1? 1M?7 n n,l,.A $7.1017; heavy, 34.8WB'7.4n; rough, 1801 7 00; pigs. W O.fl7.00. rmfeKP AND LAMBA-Recetpts. 9.000 head, market firm; heep, 17.603860; lombs, 8ft.S6trl0.65, Kaaea -r t,lVe Hack Market. KANSAS CITY. April 18.-CATTLK-Recelpts, 1,800 head; market strong; prime fed steers, 8ft.0uyw.50; dressed beef steers, S7.KJ.W; western steers, .T6fi) 00; stock era and feeders. 8a JMW.W; bulls, So.on 4.00; t-alvea, SwOOfJO.OO. HOas-Recelpts, 6,jno head: market higher; bulk of aalea, 37.12ni 30; heavv, 87.KW.82; packers and butcher, 37.10i 7.33; light. tTT.lOfJT .36; rtga. 37.a7.1, HHEEP AND LAMBS Reoeipta, 8.700 head; market higher; lamba, 8K.7yiT10.ftft; yearilnga, Sx.6043460; wethers, I7.7MJ.); ewes, 87.60438.60. ftt. t.oala Live Sto-ek Market. ST. LOT.I8. April 16 CATTLE Re celpta 1,101 head; market strong; native beef steers, I7.0urtjft.76. cow and hrttera, 35 60tt.' stocker and feedera 84.7Mr 7.26; southern steer. 86.2647T.T6; cows and heifers. 34.0iU'A.00; liatlve calvea tO.Oufj.OO. HOGi4 Receipts, ft.OiO head; market hmlgher; pigs snd lights, 84.KvHT.66; mixed and butchers, 7.8&fj.66; good heavy, 17. Ti 4i.60. HHKEP AND IAMBP-tUceiPta 20u head; market strong: ewes, 3R6"fi8.25; lambs, 9.Uh10.66; yearlings, S4.6tu9.6i'; sheared yearilnga, $7.fttV.7li. Ion City t.lv Stock Market. RIOtTX CITY. Ia.. April 1&.-CATTL- Recelpta, 800 hesd; market lOo higher: na tive steers. K66.10; butcher, io.8t.4r7 06; cows and heifers, 84.60V4.T5; canners, 38.60 0460; stockers and feeder. 84kOtA7.26; calve, fn.764i7.2t; bulla, stags, etc.. 34.60U 4.60. HOOf4 Recelnta. two head: market loo hlsher: heavv. 87.fJ6407.16: mixed. I7.C0B 7.06; light, tt.864T7.O0; bulk of sales. $6-92 A700. i iHEEP AND IAMB8 Receipts. 1.S00 head; market steady; lamba, I4.0U34 00. St. Jeaeph Lira Itoek Market, t ST. JOBKPH. April It. CATTLB Re ceipts, LOOO head; market strong; ateera t7.00t)ti.E9; row and heifer, t4.0OS8.00; calves, tf OOOTM. HOOS Receipt, 6,800 . head; market higher; top, t7.V); bulk of sale, t7.10tf7.ln. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt, 3.000 head; market strong-; lambs, 8.7ia 10.26. OMAHA OBUKftAL, MARK8DT. BUTTER No. 1. 1-lb. cartons, tie; No. t. 0-lb. tuba. 28c. CHEESE imported Swiss, 32c; Ameri can Swiss, 24c; block Swlssv 33o; twin, lc dalai, 170 : triplet. 17 c; Young Amerlaa, lac; bin label brick, lVi Ilm burger, 3-lb., 30oi 1-lb.. 30c; New York whit. I; imported irrenoh Roquefort, 40c. FIBH Trout. 14c; large crapples, 15c; halibut, tic; channel catfish. 16c. herring. He; codfish, lie; mackerel, 16c; salmon. So. IWKKT POTATOSoV-kanass, 13.75 bbl. BEEF CUTrV-No. 1 rlba, 18c; No. 3, 14c; NO. I, 12c. No. 1 loins. 19c: No. I. 17c; io. 3, lc. No. l enucks. tc; io. I, 84c; No. 3, tc. No. I rounds. 12o; No. I. 12c; N. t. Ho. No. 1 plate, tc; No. 3, 7c: No. 3, To. POULTRY Broiler, S0e; spring chiek. ns, 16c; bene, 4ci oocka, 8c roosters, tc; stag. 8c; ducks, 15c; geeee, lOo; turkeys, 13 16c; pigeons, per dos.. 80e ducks, full feathered, 10i: aoeas, full feathsred, tc; squab. No. L l) No. 3, 60c FRUITS Orange: California navels, all sixes. 82.75 per box, five-box lots or mora, 3- 66 rr box; fancy Hunklst, 800, 840s, S4.00ir4 60 par box; choir Bed Bail, 33.60 per box. Grapefruit, 4Xs, 32 50 per box; 64s, 117 per box; 44s, 32.75 per box; No, 88.00 per bos. Apple, extra fancy W. W. Pearmalne. t'.to per box; extra Fancy Spltsanburga, 1160 per box; extra fancy black twlga, 1160 per box; extra iancy Black Ben Davis, 1160 per box; extra fancy Utah Ganos. II. W per box: Wlnesaps, 1175 par box.' Bananas, 32.00 173.36 per bunch, 4c per lb. Vegetablea. New York Danlah cabbage, t'ie per lb.; California new cabbala. 86 to 100-lb. cratra, ie per lb; celery. Jumbo, 9c rier dox. ; peppers, Mc per basket; head ettuce, 31.00 per dos.; leaf lettuce, 4Uo per dox. ; fancy tomatoes, J4.50 per crate: choice tomatoes. 84 00 per erate; red onion. 2c per lb.: radishes. Mc per do.; artichokes, 1160 per doa. ; turnips, 60c per dos.; endive, 26c per lb ; spinach. 60c per do ; hrussel sprouts, SOe per lb.; para Iry, 60c per dos. Union sets, yellow and red. 61.60 per bu. ; whit, 11.76 per bu. Straw beirlea, Louisiana, pint, ts.26 per rase. Potatoes. Colorado Rural, 76c per bu.; Red River Ohioe. 11 00 per bu.; Min nesota Whites, tba per bu. Hweet pota toes, seed to'k, delivered April t to 10, 12 Ou per barrel. Mushrooms, 60c per lb. Cocoanuts. 33.10 per sack. 4V)c per dos. Cider, 14 60 per keg. Nut. No. 1 Cali fornia walnuts. 18o per lb.; blsck wal- NEW YORK, April 15 Although the volume of business wa slightly under' that nf last rFlday. today's siock msrket surpassed all records for considerable over n year in the strength and ecope of It upward sweep Over 200 separsA and distinct Issues were traded In. Among were a number of stocks whose Ion period of Inactivity hsd all but caused ' them to h forgottre. One of the reassuring feature of fn session waa the comparative quiescence of Bethlehem Steel, which remained tn re- ' tlremcnt after Its early advance and. closed with one point loss. The entire list with a few unimportant exception, was under the Irresistible Influence cf sn avalanche of new huvlng orders. From time to time this was partly neutralised by a renewal of selling for profits on an enormous scale In the final hour, reces sions of a lolnt or two resulted, but net gain of 4T6 point were recorded In vari ous stocks, while among inconspicuous sreclaltlea even greater advancea were n.ade. Union Taclflo. United State Pteel and other speculative favorites repeated their hlah prices of a day or two ago and many ether stocks of high and low degree rose to levela unequal In several year. Al-' most the onlv stocks to reflect backward ness were those comprising th motor group but even their losses were nom inal In comparison with their gain of ' the last few weeks. EngMgeinent or 87.000,000 gold from Can ada and Inttmationa of additional Imports from the orient were among the more In teresting developments bearing upon' the general financial situation. Kxchang on (tarmany was a trifl firmer and remit tances to Ixmdon showed no material Irbanae in that Quarter. Americana were Irregular In London. Canadian Issues being lower with a better demand for transcontinental . The Bank of l-Jngland remorted a de rided gain In Ita gold holdlnga.. the first In seversl weeks. Together with a slight strengthening of Its remrve liabilities. Totsl sale of stock amounted to 1.360,0(4) share. ... following some earty irreruiamy. jne bond market turned strong. Total sales, par value, aggregated tt.WVOOft United Statea coupon 3a declined Pr dumber of sales and leading quotation on stocks wer a follows: . ffnle. rtixn. irw. v Alaaka OeM "J "4 Aalsat4 C-er .... I4 4i 1 7Vt 74 Aa-V-.a Heat oar.... t2"0 44 4 44, A...rl-. ca 31. A.lea- . R ll.K 7I 71 W . Amarlcas g. H. pfd .. .- - JJS Am Ihisar Reflnlns I.Ww J" 1"? Axerlr.n T.I. T.l 13 K WH lw ill Amerlran Totwrce 841 !' 8 , AiMeomla Mining I4.M0 AtrhlnB Li lf llaltlmora OHIO M"0 7"k 74 7 nmeklrs Bpl1 Transit. .KV ia lO.ans l VW T.o l.('K) l.l"A i.mo ss.sai 47 4 lit 44 84 J 141 l ift) ltfl'4 i. mo v Culllonil, pirilaum Cana1ln Parino Central Last her fheaaixaka Ohla . Ctllcas" Orest Waatara. (-lr. It. "t. P.... Chicago W fhlna Clipper t'olnraao Kual A Iran... Colorado Southern ... Penrer 4 Itlo Oranita... rmMr t. Q. !!.... Piilllr" Hacurlllea ... IfrU tteasral glaelrlo Iliat Northern pM tlrt Ne. Ora ett nuraenti'im Fiploratlon. Dllauls Central Interhomash Met. pM.. Inaslratloa Copper International Harvester . Ktnul City SJnutkeni... Lohish Valloy loulaTllle A Nailtvllls. Mnlean Petrnleua .... Miami Ooppar MlMourl, K. T Mlwntirl rarifle National niarult National ImI Na1a ( opper Ntw York central N. T. N. H. 4 H Norfolk WMtera Northern Parlfia Paelfle Mall Paxltlo Tal. A Tel Ponnnrlvnnla pallman Palae Oar iRa (wa. Cannar ttaatllna Il.tno 1J Rapublle Iras Steel... 1,10 2 Rack lalanl Oa. . IT.ock Ialai.4 Co. pM 1.000 ' 1 pt. u 4 r. r. m pra. Ksuthera Psoitis .authors Railway ..... Tenaisaaa Cnpear Temaa Compaajr . I'nloa Paelflo t'aion Paolfie pM t nle4 Siatas Hwel.... V. I. Steal pf4 t'lah Copper Wabash pf4 .. Wfeiera Vnlon Waailnshonaa Rlsetrttt atostaaa Power ll.non :no . K.104 '"toe , 4.104 ! Irlio , 9.404 , 11,000 ' ii.'ino , 1.11 444 , I.Ouu It) . i.m . 1.404 s 1 7f ai 'ii MH 14'4 47 14 IK, 14 lot 14 w nj 110 I. loo ti i is 4 I l 44 8lw 414k 141 114 M 4.1 v 24 14 Him "tit" MH 144 US 'ii'i t4 17 SI 14 111 14 " 104 . 'si 114 94 M )', w SO 1F M.100 JM M.ioo a no 8. DM) I IM 1204 rie".'.I It .18l, Jftl . Il.Toi) am loo 400 91 ! IMS , 4 11 3 , 1W 44 m , Vv . lt w 4 1M f lo 44 . MS ! , 10) . 1 11 r ' 14 t 1 1H . r 4 U i ' 47 ' at IM tH II O . l' 144 i il . IM , 84 4i ' 41 n ) M 1 mi o 4. M in 104 lo i9as SO 44 S4 s s 4IO 07 SI II It 5 47S 61 nuts. 12c per lb.; Braille. lto ner lb.; 60 6-oi. rigs, u.vo per dos; nauowi aatea, 8c per lb.: filberts. 15c per lb : pecan, ugar raw, A Bk. Pr. ..44 ... ItS . .401 144 .4 10 . M4 ... t on II IM ... T 4 ... T ... T 44 Nik vs. Pr. fSJ to t 4 ,.1M . 4 . 9t4 . t4 ' .8k II HI HI t 2i tni II .. 40 .. II... 11... 41... ot sheeu this nio-nlng. thirty-four car belna- re potted in. 1 his brings th total for th four days up to 37.44 head, which Is larger Iliac last week, bul with that sxoepiion th smallest of any recent HHKKf Receipts 1 T si 40 7 07 40 T 1ST .. 7 1 .. T I .. 4 14 .. T U wei fair 12o per lb.; almonds, 20c per lb.: i walnut Ataa 81 40 nar box: neanute. 7c per lb. : roasted. Wc per ib.; rsw, lull IMS, JtirrDO, ac per tu. , emuru, oi.au per can. MIUCKLUtNtSOI'lt fhelled pop corn, 4c per lb ; crekerjack, 11.60 per case, case, 1.T6; checkers. S.6u per ease, H raee. 1.7. Hftr York Money" Market. NEW YORK. April It. MERCANTILE PAPF.R-iT5S Pr nt. BTLRLING EXCHANOK Steady ; sixty dsy bills. 6176M); for cablea. 34.7V. 3; fur Uemand. 34.714V). HI L V ER Bar. too; Mexl'-an dollars. 88c. BOND! Government heavy; railroad "mSnTC Y Time loana firm: 60 days, 2Q 8 per cent; ninety daya. 8413 per cent; six montba. SV par cent. Call money firm; high. 2 per cent; low, 3 per cent; ruling rate, 2 per rent; laat loan. 2 jier cent: closing bid. 2 per cent; offered at ZVs per cent. Closing quotations on bond today wer ss follow: V. I. rot. 2. rag.... Mo Pae. t. la 47 So coupon sN. Y. e g. It ... TI1 V g. Is. rag 14li K. V. Oi 4Sio....H. da opusob H'lVi'N. T Stats 4Wa... 1 V. S. 4a. rog iwiK. Y.. N. H. H. o caupaa li ov. 4o loa Panama eewooa, . 101 , No. Paclfla 4a 4244 am. Hmakara a....l04 o la 4'4 ! A. T A T. ov. IHa.lOlO. g. U rot 4a ' Armour A Co. 4a.. II Pae. T. A T. la.... 94 ' Atrnlaua goa. 4a.... 944PoBa. coa. 4a 47 Mai. A Ohio 4a .... sus Do con. 4a 104 , rhoa A Oht 4m.. 4a Roalinc son. 4s. .. 4 r. B A i I. 4a .. 44B. L. A g. T. r. 4a 71 ! I r 4)a Itt'wMo. Par. e. 4a II im rv. as 1' 4a rof. 4a H I r I 4 rat. 4a ... M So c U aus , D a K. O. rol Is. 41 so. fUHvar le In ' F.rl gen. 4a lalnlsa Paoifl 4a ... ' aoe,. Kla.trle ao....1as4 4o e 4o l ex. No. lot 4 ... Mv v. a. Xubaor 4a. .. .IH4 III. On, rol 4a .... S4i I' I. Hieel 4a 11 K C. . rof. Da... 4'UW.h.ah M 4 in' U K uol. 4a .. IIHWaat. rate 4 Ho... an K. A T. 1st 4. 11 Weat. Bloc . ea.. 94-14. ToUl aalaa tor tha day, iln4,044 ah area. Lsstsa luck Market. LONDON,-April 18,-Tha chlf activity. ' In th American section of the atock market today waa In United Ptate Steel, and th low priced shares. Th market closed steady. . SILVER Bar, 22 9-ld per ounce. 4Wl VI' A J W ITf aV 4 4.-III - DISCOUNT nATEB-Short bills, I 16-14 per cent; three months, t 1-14 per cent.. OMAHA. Aprtl 16 Bnsk clearing for Omaha today wer t8.236.742.43 and for the corresponding day last year, 82. 44,791. 84. Era para teal Apple sal Dried Frattg ' NEW TORK. April 16. -KTVAPO RATED ' APPLES-Oull and nominal. ' DRIED FRUITS Prun. Inactive.: Apricot and peaches, dull. Ra Loins, (jural. MoVannla Witness , . At Railroad Hearing CHICAGO. 'April It.-Dlscrtmlnatltm In . . th proposed Increase In freight rates on ' coal, ona nf the oommtttee In wrhieK rnrtv- one western railroad systems are seeking' sented today by objector to tha Increase. Among witnesses called war B. J. Mc Vann of Omaha, who presented a oora-. Dilation of rates on various commodities to th Missouri river In comparison with 1 tna propoaea increase in coat rave. tp - expert of tha Iowa 8tata Railroad eom-miaslon. Convicts Work on Mound Builder Job MOUNDSVILLB. W. Va.. Aprtt .-A fore of convicts from tha atat pamttsa tlary her, today began th task of ro stortng th historic mound, ona of th largest worka of th mound builders In th Ohio valley. Th mound has been taken over by the state and will ba) con verted toto a park. A movement is on foot to erect on tha summit a monu ment to tha memory of Captain Foreman, who with twenty-five other wa raxsaa- cred by Indian In 17V7, a short distanca away. WILHELMINA OWNERS TO BEAR ALL DELAY COST WASHINGTON. April li. -Apparently th only loser by th prolonged deten tion of th American food ship Wilhalm Ina with It cargo at Falmouth, England, will be th owner of the ship, and tha loa will be th amount of th demurrage rharg ts. I Th Britten government ha taken the ' ground that the WUhalmlna waa free to all at any moment after It had arrived at Falmouth, February 9, If It cared to discharge ita cargo of foodatuff. which , th captain declined to do. Th British j government's action in th case ts dis closed in a communication to th Amer ican embassy In London by Brr Edward -Gray, tha British foreign mlrUater.