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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1915)
Gordon Van Co. ?S55:
m vi ..... . . . Mor.
pi I M, U. 194 or Web. Usl,
uiuvt, packs, snips; storage 11
eatlafactlon guar, D. 4&?8 nd Tyler 130.
'Nii' ,-.r,K,n house, all modem, hot
w'.fnut tt ne"r t"-Dndee. Phone
WEST FARM A M DISTRICT
n. modern house, 108 p. jr.th pt.
ROOMS, modern, nearly new. rheau
rent. 1207 No. Hth Ave Web. 4fW.
Van and Slonui
vo. (. all ua tor es
timator fA .nw.
hipping-. 171 J Webster SL
ing, packing, shipping-.
IiOUSCS Frelh Bona AY Co.. Ilee. Bldg.
In all parte of the city.
Stores and Office. "
SVLnXrrn ",OPe- location; In
iItn?I"h.,W2414 Ames Av Webster
21 -v or eb. 814.
CEMENT garage, ST., Walnut 2171.
WANTED TO BUT
Ta"ie buys everything 2d hand. Tyler 141.
OFFICE! furniture bought and sold. J.
iMi rarnam, Doug, fit.
WANTED TO REXT
WANTED For the iptnon, a nicely fur
nished cottage In Carter lake grounds.
Win furnish good references. Address
B K, Bee.
.11 A UA!S II LANDS FOR B ALIO
. .( information about cheap lands In
southwest Arkansas, write W. Lu Per
kins, Ashdown, Ark.
Cal I form la.
Live Oak Colonies; none better. W. T
Smith Co., 913-14 City Nat. Ilk. D. 281.
FOR BALE Farms. 160 and SO acres. In
PeeU, Colo. Write Delstler. S364 Ogden
Are. Chicago, 111.
FOR 8 ALE At Steamboat Springs, Colo..
10-acre strawberry tract and acres in
full bearing this year; continuous water
right, fenced, fully Improved and new
house. Address Box 836, Seward, Neb.
HAVB YOU A FARM FOR 8 ALE?
Write a good description of your land
and send It to the Sioux City, la.. Journal.
' Iowaa Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every Friday
evening, Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
for one month, giving- sixteen ada on
twelve different daya lor $2; or SO words.
Mi or 76 words. $6.
Lre5-t !rculatlon f any Iowa news,
states readers dally in four great
RENTERS, HOMESICEKERS Tour op
portunity. 60,000 acres irrigated wheat
and alfalfa laad for settlement at Valler,
Mont 41.60 to 650 per acre; fifteen years
time. For Particulars, writs Valler Farm
tales Co.. Ilox loot. Valler. Mont.
BARGAIN 240-A. farm 20 m. from Min
neapolis; 140 A. under cult.; 40 A. good
meadow: 60 A. timbered pasture; can
practically all be cultivated; Rood corn
land; farm is fenced ; 10-room house, barn,
granary, machine shed, windmill, eta; 12
head good milk cows, 4 good horses, har
nesses, wagons, complete set of machin
ery, hogs, chickens and everything on the
farm goes at 146 per acre; 65,000 cash,
balance' can stand for 10 years at per
cent. Schwab Bros.. Htts Plymouth Bldg.,
FOR SALSJ-320, price 136. 480 adjoining,
mile from Newport, Newport county.
Nebraska, dandy hay ranch, price both
$., terms. Jim Wray. Stoux City.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat, Corn and Oats All Show De
cided Adrancei in Price on
TOO DRY IN CENTRAL STATES
OMAHA. April 19, 1915.
,,.'heat. corn and oats are all higher.
heat advanced rStfi cents and corn Ml
JH while oats sold Ho higher. The
large decrease In the visible supply and
the large clearances, combined with the
complaints from Illinois. Indiana and the
Oskotas of the dry weather and the poor
crop conditions, was a strong factor In
,n.up,urn of he market.
The strength In corn In the face of the
arge supplies held Is surprising to many
i he trade. There has been some en
port business In corn, but Ihle has not
been as large as expected.
in oats the situation is hardly as strong
s it was ten days ago, aa the export
paying power has shown wonderful
letup and the offerings hv the c.nntrv
Ilbral aa they were a month ago.
, . . TTL er: v. heat and flour
!?. al ? H' 000 bushels; corn, 62.000 bush
sis; oats. 846.000 bushels.
Liverpool Close: Whont ni4 mn
Irlrnary wheat receipts were 667.000
bushels and shipments 2,124,000 busheli.
against receipts of 642.000 bushels and
shipments of 283,000 bushels last year.
1 rlmary corn receipts were 294.000
bushels and shipments 2.746.000 bushels,
against recelnts nf i7it h.nh.i.
Vi.1 or ,!W-0Uo bushels last year.
. vats receipts were t.ii.ww
bushels and shipments 15,000 bushels,
against receipts of sonnm kuik.u an A
shipments of W9.000 bushels last year.
i nicago 44
Omaha " si
Kansas City M
St Louis &j
The following sales were reported
Wheat: No. 2 hard winter. 4-6 car 11.57;
No. 3 hard winter, 1 car (turkey) 1.57-i,
l-6 cars 61.67; No. mixed, 1 car 11.64.
Rye: No. I 1-6 car ll.Utt. Barley: Sam
ple, 2-6 car 67o. Corn: No. 1 white, 1 car
74c; No. 1 white. S cars 744c, S cars 74c:
No. 4 white, 1 oars 78c; No. 6 white, 1
car 734e; No. t yellow, cars 74c: No. 1
yellow. 1 car 74c, 1 car 730. 8 cars 73Vc;
No. 4 yellow, 4 cars 73c, cars 72c, 1
car 72c: No. 6 yellow. 1 car 72Ur- Kn. a
mixed, cars (near white! 7V'. cars
78c. 1 car 72c; No. 4 mixed. 1 car (nesr
white) 72io. 1 car Tif,r. 1 car (oats
mixed) 71c; No. 6 mixed. 1 cars 72Hc,
1 car 73c. Oats: No. 3 white, 2 cars 664c,
2 1-6 cars 66c: No 4 white. 1 r r Mw
sample, 2 cars, 63Hc; 1 oar. 62c,
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 tur
key, H.68611. 59; No. turkey, 1.67ffl.67H;
No. 2 hard. ll.fiU'rlS7"A- Nn 1 hr4 tl fJI
(ffl.67; No. S spring, $1,644(1.67; No. 2 du-
ruin, i.nzn'i.ft; isio. 3 durum, 11.611.62;
No. 2 White. 74U674-Vc: Nn whit 71f.ll
Z!f4e:No. 4 white, 73(37SWc; No. 5 white,
7287310: No. 6 white, 72Vig34c; No. i
yellow, 73W4'4c; No. $ yellow. 7SVtffl74c;
jrniuw, iwijc; ino. b yellow, iiW
oii... yeuow, mq-izc; 1x0. z mixed.
2Hff73k: No. 1 mixed. 7tr7SeT Nn A
mixed. 7172Hc; No. 6 mixed, 71faT2'4c; No.
mixed, 70H(S72o. Oats: No. t white,
55Htooo-c: standard, 66iWic; No $
khjoihc; ISO. t white, 64W34Hc.
Barley: Malting. 70fS7c: Nn 1 t.A aim
2fvRye: No- W Wl WVs; No. S,'$1.07
tie and sheep had msde ortt and bacon
reisiivriv cnester than beef.
Futures ranged as follows:
Article! Open. High I linw jnse.i Sat y
Wheati I I I
Msy.l ll 1 MSI 1 ?!
July.) 1 17 I 1 XSi 1 3. I
May.l TTSi 7V TTHi
July. 1 SO I 81 I TXSii
Ual( 1 1 1
May.) MS1 WHl 6TSl
July. 1 tlt a I 67i
Fork I I I I
1 ! 1 I
1 a; , 1 ;
July.) 1 10
Sel.t.l 1 65
Lard 1 I
Julr.l 10 cm 10 U
July.) 10 60
dept. I 10 so
18 S?4, 18 10 JUS I 18 On
18 76 1 18 St f 18 to I 18 1
10 42S! 10 16 1 10 7H
I 11 ViW to t&!s
10 AO I 10 M I 10 67w 10 46
10 M I 10 80 l0 8?- 10 7J4
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade
medium-priced land In Nebraska: very
little money required. C. Bradley. Wot
bseh, Neb. - '
NEW TORK FARMS FOR SALE.
Price Gratifies and Location Satisfies,
So forty thousand each week look for
my rare bargains that they can depend on.
140-acre farm with 26 cows, team, farm
machinery, hens and seed grain. Price
14' t per acre.
zs-acre farm with five cows and hens.
100-acre farm with 10 cows, team, hens
and farm machinery. Price $3(1 per acre.
06-acre, farm buildings worth $4,000;
good land. Price $3,6. $500 cash, $100
yearly buys any of these farms. R. R,
fare paid one way to purchaser.
Write for photos.
242$ 8. Salina St., Syracuse. N. T.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$100 TO 110,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead, We ad Bid.. 18th and Farnam Bta
CITY and farm loans. 6, 6. per cent.
J. H. Uumont & Co.. 416 State Bank.
WANTED-City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith Co.. 1820 Farnam St
MONEY on hand for city and farm loan
H. W. wnoer. i.uy nauuwu rmn pims.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
SEE us first for farm loans In eastern
Neb. united mates xrusi lo.. uraun.
ft Of, CITY LOANS. C. Q. Carlberg.
O7P 21U-11 Brandels Theater Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O-KEKFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
101$ Omaha National. Phone Douglas 2715.
REAL ESTATE WANTEU
IjaT your property with R. H. Lander
ytlu. 202 NevllTo Blk. D. 8600.
ABSTRACT OP TITLE
i 1 LIU - .. ..
Co., a modern abstract office,
306 80. 17th St. Phone D. 6487.
Jeesen & Morrell, Bk.Bid'g8. V
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract
offlos In Nebraska. 20 Brandels Thea.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
FOR SALE By owner, $ acres, house,
barn, chicken house, fruit trees, grapes,
berries. Walnut 204T
BUY FROM OWNER
For Sale or Rent 2H acres. 6-room
house, well, chicken house, barn, all
kinds of fruit; electric lights; on Calhoun
road. 8 blocks from Florence car. Call
REAL) ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
I OWN so acres fine irrigated land,
fenced and half broke, all level, fine
soil, about 4 miles northeast of Fort
Moigan. Colo. Pries $6.0u0. Incumbered
about $1,200 and due. Will take cheap
western land, clear, for equity, or gro
cery, good moving picture show or a
good hotel In Omaha. 2408 Burt St.,
FOR EXCHANGE Missouri land. 164
acres highly Improved dairy farm ad
joining good town; 61 acres one-half mile,
good town; M acres timber laud; 80 acres
farm and orchard. Will exchange one or
all for merchandise. A. L. Vuwinn, Saf
SEVERAL good Nebraska ranches to
ex'-oange for Iowa and eastern Ne
braska farms. What have you to offer?
John A. Olson. Bee Bldg . Omaha.
WHAT have you to exchange for Dakota
or Montana land? Wisconsin bales
Age ncy. Caswell Bid g. . Mliwaukee.
WILL exchange equity in an 6-room
house in South Omaha for a Ford truck
or runabout. M 233. Bee.
REAL ESTATE NORTH HIDB
BARGAIN IX BUNGAI)W
6-room modern, new bungalow, part oak
finisn, fine location, near Lothrnp school.
rrH' leriUB. fMBlBI r'm
f-ROOM. modern house. H block to car,
paved street Wal. 4&
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVIIlOMs
Feat a res nf the Tradlac and Closing:
Prices on Board of Trad.
CHICAUO. Anrll 10 rv..rU - .
back caused by reports that negotiations
between Italy and Aimm. i..
broken off, the wheat market today fin
ished lc above Saturday night Fulfill
ment of predictions of a big falling off In
the domestic visible supply had much to
do with the strong upward movement of
prices, the greater part of the session.
Corn closed HtM4c to He net higher, oats
""ci,ans'ed to Vic down and prov'Mons up
7H'S10o to 26c.
Great buying force showed Itself In
wheat the Instant that trading began.
Kngllsh quotations were higher and
Fiance and Italy were said to Be sharply
bidding for cargoes at Liverpool, while on
inia s:a or tne Atlantic foreign demand
for cash wheat at the seaboard was re
ported to have expanded to a notable de
gree. These facta added materially to
bullish sentiment based on advices that
confirmed with increasing accuracy the
forecasts of a large reduction In stocks
on hand In the United States. Dry
weather complaints, especially from Ohio
and North Dakota, counted also against
the bears, and so. too. did word from
Kansas City, telling of flour demand
being the best for weeks.
It was not until the beginning of the
last fifteen minutes of the day that hold
ers manifested any signal lack of confi
dence Then, however, something In the
nature of a selling stampede took place,
one prominent house alone throwing over
board 600.000 bushels. The unverified
rumors current of an Austro-Itallan rup
ture left the market heavy at the close,
which in the case of July delivery was
nearly 2c down from the top level of the
Corn like wheat sagged after an early
bulge. In corn, the bearish reaction ap
peared t.- be chiefly due to heavy profit
taking. There was a great cut of almost
4,600,000 bushels In Chicago stocks. Argen
tine crop news also tended to lift the
market at first. Persistent selling pres
sure finally told against oats. The visible
supply statement as to oats was disap
pointing for bulla.
High prices on hogs did much to give
provisions an upward swing. It was said
also that an advance In quotations of cat-
OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKET!
some choice Mex'inn lamhs hers gwd
Heary Cattle Lower, Other Xindi
Steady to Strong Lambs High
est on Record.
HOGS ARE FULLY FIVE CENTS UP
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No S red,
$l.2ll 63Si No. 1 hard, $1 MGl .4WV
Corn: No. 1 yellow, TVSytf.lc: No. 4 yel
low, T6W77V-- No. 4 white. 77c. Oats:
No. i white, 6,HVr; standard. W'iiv'
Rye: No 1117. Barley: 77.4W1C reeds:
Timothy.' $4.&0N.tA; clover; I8.4tttytt.40.
Provisions: Pork, IW.SO; lard, $l.124j; ribs.
HPTTER Lower: creamery. CtfWSHc.
KOOd Lower; receipts, JS171 cases; at
mark, rases included. lN?l!c: ordinary
firsts, 1nHj184,c; firsts, lnVu'lc
POTATOES Steady; receipts, 60 cars;
Michigan and Wisconsin red, 44tM3c;
POULTRY A llvs, steady; fowls, 14Hc;
HEW YORK ORNKRAL M4RKRT
stations of the Day on Varloas
NEW TORK. April W.-FLOt'R-Flrmer;
spring patents, $7.60tj7.0; winter
patents, $7.2Oi7.50; winter straights. $7.0)
T i if ktrmlirhra 87 SThft 7 bO.
W E A T Spot, Irregular: No. S red.
S1.46; No. 1 hard. $1.71. all rail, c. I. I.
track, export; No. 1 northern. Duluth,
$1.06; No. 1 northern, Manitoba. $1.V4).
c. I. f. Buffalo. Futures, strong; MaJ.
CORN Spot, steady; No. 1 yellow, s.c,
prompt shipment. .
OATS Spot, steady; standard. S3Wc;
No. S white, "Be; fancy clipped white, Mc.
HAY Firm; No. 1. $1.10; No. 2, $1.07H;
No. 3, STvail Oo; shipping. tiftfrtOo.
IPOPS Easv: state, common. 1H14, I1fl
15c; Pacific coast. 1914, 11 14; 1913. Mfllc.
HIDES yulet; Bogota. 31c; Central
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts. 32c;
PROVISIONS Pork, steady: mess, $19.00
?rl.M); family, $21.0(KfiCS.00; short clears,
tlv.oorrfao.ou. Roef, quiet; mass, H8.Mtfrltt.to;
family, I'JO.ooaai.OO. Lard, firm; mlddlo
wert. $1iXtj 10.00.
BUTTER Unsettled: receipts. 6.6U
tuhs; creamery extras (S score), 30c;
creamery (higher scoring), itj31c; firsts,
4(,c: seconds, 271rto.
EGGS-Firm; receipts, 29,831; fresh
gathered extras. 2gnVkc; storage packed
extra firsts. 22144i'22c; firsts, 21V(rTOc;
regular packed extra firsts. 22jj ZSc ;
firsts. nttc; nearby hennery whites,
fine to fancy, 24c; nearby hennery browns,
CHEESE Firm; receipts, boxes;
state whole milk fresh specials, 164gj
16V; state whole milk average fancy,
POULTRY Alive, firm: western chick
ens, broilers, 46048c; western fowls, 1641?
17c; turkeys. 14c. Dressed, quiet; western
roasting chickens. froien, lflflllHc;
fowls, 14ftl7ttc: turkeys, fro ten, lMt21c.
SOUTH OMAHA. April 1, 1915.
Same day lat week.
Same day t wks ago.
Same day S wks ago
Same day 4 wks ago.
Same dsv Inst year..
The following table shows the average
of cattle, hogs and sweep at the South
Omaha live stock -narket for the year
to date, as compared with last year:
, . 191J. m Inc. Dec.
i attle) ?WM 208,fv .00
Hcgs 1,07,21.4 Mtt.tfl 17H.77t
Sheep 82O.0K3 612.313 8,770
The following table i-hows the average
price for hogs at the south Omaha live
stock market for the last few das. with
1916. l14. ilHIl. 11911 19ll . 11910. 1W.
April 18 7 1S
April 17! 7 ,
TII K '
April 191 TW,
8 681 8 78
8 481 8
47 $ m
1 all 4 lolo 40
T 3 6 12! 10 42'
7 6M 4 Zl 'O Si
I 4 U 10 JiJ
T U 4 12110 16
J hb $ 64
111 4 84
T Mi $ 8S
$ 901 661
8 (Xli 8 7VI 7 70, (kn t U
( $ 781 7 89! 6 981 8 891 4 02
enough to bring 110 so, equal to the high
est price ever paid In the history of the
market. This pries wss paid only once
before unci that ss In March, 1910. Ybe
bulk of the lambs this morning moved
around $l0 4Oral0W. Three cars of shorn
lamb sold at $ 76.
Aa usual of Into the aged sheep supply
was very meager and consisted for the
most part of ewes Two cars of the Bel
mont ewes brought 1VS.V ss high as any
ewes have sold here this seanon, pries
being steady to strong.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: I-ambs,
light. fli4flosn; lamhs, heavy, $10.00
10.36; Inmbs, shorn. $y2Mt41 76: vearllngs,
light, $8 9ii9.26; yearlings, heavy. $ 6ft
8.H0; wethers, good to choice, $8.fl08il.6O;
wethers, fair to good. 17.7f8.00; ewes,
good to choice, $7.905840; ewes, fair to
1 fed lambs
M fed shorn lambs
10 cull shorn lambs
l.K Wyoming shorn bucks
24 cull bucks
2 fed bucks
24 cull lambs
24n fe,1 lamba
29 cull lambs
271 fed lambs
1C4 fed lambs
36 eml lamba
f' fed Inmbs
205 fe 1 ewes
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Inrestment Shares Rise Three to
Fire Points in Early Fart
tllICA(H LIVK 8TIKK MARKET
Cattle firm lings Weak keep
CHICAGO. Anrll 1 9. -CATTLE -Re
ceipts, lk.omi head; market firm; native
4 96 ,lH-ef steers, $H.2M8.86; western steers, $u.70
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
tt.e I'nlon Stock yards, South Omsha, for
t venty-tour hours ending at $ o'clock p.
REOSIPTS-CA RI iOA DS.
Cattle. Hogs, t-heep. H'r's.
P.. M. St. P 8 4
Missouri Pacific 1
i'nlon Pacific 27
C. & N. W east.... 32
C. & N. W., weit... 43
C. St. P. M. O.. 27
C, B. ft g east.... 6
C, H. at Q.. west.... 42
C, R. 1. & P.. est... 4
l. R 1 V., west. 3
Illinois Central 34
Chicago Ut. West.. 12
Total receipts . .229
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
Open for Inspection
161$ N. 18 TH ST.
East front on Boulevard. No special
taxes, beautiful shade trees. cement
Six rooms on one floor; modem except
furnace; oak floors; beautifully decorated,
combination lighting fixtures. Price
l:475, a small payment down, balance
same as rent. w. 11. A damson. Owner.
2614 N. 19th St
Call Doug. 2 any day next week.
BUTTER No. 1. 1-lb. cartons. Sic: No.
2. 80-lh. tubs. 2c
CHEESE imported Swiss, Be; Ameri
can Swiss, 26c; block Swiss, 22c; twins.
ItHftc; daisies, 17Vc; triplets, ITHc; Young
Amertsa, 18c; blue label brick, lHc; llm
burger, l ib., SOo; 1-lb., SOo; New York
white, 19c; Imported French Roquefort.
FISH Trout. 14c: large crannies. 16c:
, 1 halibut, 11c; channel catfish, 16c. herring.
c; roniwn, i.w; murnfirei, ioc; saimon.se.
SWEET POTATOES Kansas. $2.76 bbl.
BEEF CUTS-Rlbs: No. 1, 16Vc; No.
2. 15c; No S, 14c. Loins: No. 1. lc;
No. 2. 18c; No. 1, 16c. Chucks: No. 1,
9Wc; No. t. 8c; No. S. 8Hc Rounds:
No. 1, 12Hc; No. 2. 12c; No. $, 110.
Plates: No. I, 8c; No. 2, 7Hc: No. , 7e.
POULTRY Broilers, 20c; spring chick
ens, 16c; hens, 14c: cocks, IWc; roosters,
8c, stags, SVic; ducks. 16c; geese. 10c;
turkeys, 1316c; pigeons, per dos., 00c J
duoks, full feathered, iOc; geese, full
feathered, Sc; squabs. No. L tuo-. No. 2,
Fruit and vegetable prices furnished by
OiUtnskl Fruit company:
FRUITS Oranges: Extra fancy Cali
fornia navels, all sixes, $3 per box; extra
fancy California navels, all slses, 6 box
lots or more, $2.90 per box; fancy Cali
fornia navela, all slses, $2.76 per box;
fancy California navels, all sites. 6 box
lots or more, $2.65 per box. Lemons:
Fancy Sunkist, 800s, 360s, $4.60 per box;
choice Red Ball. $3.60 per box. Grape
fruit: 36s. $2; 46s. $2.26; 64s. $2.60; 64s.
12.76 per box. Apples: Extra fancy
White Winter Pearmaines, $1.60 per box;
extra fancy Ganos, $1.60 per bos.
Bananas: $2 to $2.26 per bunch, 4c lb.
Strawberries: Louisiana pints, $3.25 case.
VEGETABLES California new cab
bage, 86 to 100 lb. crates, 3"c per lb. Cel
ery: 11. dox. Head lettuce: 11 dox. Leaf
lettuce, 40c dos. Onions: Yellow, 2o lb.;
Texas Bermudas, white, $2.26 per crate:
Texas Bermudas, yellow, $1 per urate.
Artichokes, xi.oo an. Knaive, sbc dot.
Brussel sprouts: 20c lb. Peppers: 60c
per basket. Tomatoes: Fancy, $4.60 per
crate: choice, $4 per crate. Radishes: 600
per dos. Turnips: 60c dos. Spinach: 60c
dox. Parsley: SOo dos. Onion sets:
Yellow and red. $1.60 per bu.; white.
$1.75 per bu. Potatoes: Red River
Ohlos. $1 per bu.; Colorado Rurals, 76c
per bu.; Minnesota whites, 65c per bu.
Mushrooms: 60c per box.
MISCELLANEOUS Bhelled popcorn, 4c
lb Crackerjack, $3.60 case; H case, $1.76.
I.lmos: $1.75 basket. Checkers: $3.60 Der
rase; tt case, $1.75. Peanuts; Raw, 7c lb.;
raw, sack lots Jumbo, 8c lb.; roasted, 8Vc
lb.; salted. $1.60 can. Cocoanuts. $3.60
per ssck; oc per dos. Cider: $3.60 per
nr, nuit, i-u. a iviuurnia wainuis,
18c lb.; black walnuts, 12Wc lb.; Braslls.
12Hc lb.; 60 6 os. figs. $2 box. Sugar wal
nut dates, $1.40 box; hallow! dates, He lb.
f ilberts. 16c lb. Pecans: 12c lb. Al
monds, 20c lb.
19 34 4
3ti 1 10
3 12 1
127 47 1
Ittle. Hogs. Sheep.
, M8 H67 l.2o7
, 874 1,1(14 3,9
, 847 1.2M 8.397
, 763 1,664 2,688
, ... 403
. ... 142
Swift a Co
Cudshy Packing Co.
Armour A Co
Schwarts A Co
J. W. Murphv
Lincoln Packing Co.
Armour. toux City.
Kellogg Pack. Co....
W. B. Vanaant Co..
Benton, Vansant L.. 23!
nut a son
K. B. Lewis
Huston A Co
J. B. Root . Co
J. H. Bulla
L K. Huss
Wertnelmor A Degen...
H. F. Hamilton
Mo. Kan. Calf Co...
Baker, Jones A Smith.
CI! no ,
CATTLE Receipts were
morning, being smaller than usual fur a
Hanoy light beef steers were In good
demand and sold quite freely at ateady
prices. Good yearlings brought $8.30.
Htavy beeves, even those that were of
good quality, were sellers at prices around
iuc lower in most oases.
Cows and hellers were In good demand
at fully, steady . prices. . Buyers In some
cases were claiming tnat their purchases
were nigner man last week.
Mockers and feeders were In good de
mand and free sellers at strong prices.
A bunch of right good feeders sold up
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
cornfed beeves, 17.8f-ia4.S6; fair to good
ocrnfed beeves, $7,0Oif.N6; common to fair
cornfed beeves, 8.M)hj7.60; good to choice
heifers, $.6o&.V0; good to choice cows,
Iti.afv'ui.lO; fair to good cows, $6.60ra4.36;
common iq lair cows, J. Jtxao.bu; good to
choice stockers and feeders, $7.40u8 00;
tall- to good stackers and feedera. 8; .hum
7.40; common to fair stockers and feeders.
$8.4uj?.h; stock heifers, S6.86ty4.s6; stock
cows, o.oot,ix; stock calves. $tJ.26.2o;
veal calves. 87 OOfti in ! .,ui. .....
etc., $4.7S4u.26; stock bulls, $6.$i.b0.
Southeast corner 40th and Sprague, 40g
124. city water, $100.
South front lot on Parker "St., 60-foot
frontage, just east of Military Ave., a
beautiful location, with all Improvements
In street, very easy terms. ll.Ooo.
C. G. CARLBERG, "
312 Brandels Theater Bldg
fc'EVEN-ROOM house, modern, built by
ine owner, ibis j. sntn hi. wat. ttn.
Occupied and For
Sale by Owner
Modern, south front bungalow, sur
rounded by nice homes; large living room;
oak finish In hall, living and dining
room; two paneled doors and windows and
bath; storm doors and windows and
screens throughout. Everything in fine
shspe. Terms to suit.
2434 Camden Ave.
6-room cottage, located qn Seward St.,
Just north of Bemls park, oak finish,
paved street. $3,000.
C. G. CARLBERG,
111 Brandels Theater Bldg.
REAL E8TATF MISCELLANEOUS.
A Flat Bargain
Three 7-rooru flats, built last year and
are up to dale in every particular. An
nual rents, $1 o0. Good neighborhood,
Three 9-room Tata. Henscom park dis
trict. Close to two car lines. Annual
rent, $1,300. Price $10,000.
Cora aad Wheat Hegloa Balletia.
Central No. of Temp.-
72 48 .. .00
60 4i .. .00
78 48 .. .00
78 62 .. .1)0
80 64 .. .00
82 52 .. .00
78 46 .. .00
74 60 6 .30
76 46 .. .00
St. Louis ....23
Ies Moines.. 24
Kan. City ...34
The weather Is slightly cooler In the
western, and slightly warmer In the
eastern portions of the corn and wheat
region. Frosts occurred at two atatlons
In the Columbus district. Rains occurred
In southern Kansas. Oklahoma and
Texas. The weather was clesr all over
the states of Iowa and Nebraska.
L. A. WBIJH,
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
Mlaaeapolla Urala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 19 WHEAT
May, $1.63H; July, 11.S6, No. 1 bard. $1.64;
No. 1 northern, $1.6lit 1.634: No. S north
FIXJUR Advanced; fancy patents, $7.90;
first clears. In fi; second clesrn, $499.
CORN No. 1 yellow, 724r73ic
OATS No. S whit. 64V4(c.
SEED Flax, $1.94431.94.
Liverpool brala Market.
LIVERPOOL. April 1.-WHEAT-Spot,
No. t Manitoba. 13s Sd; No. I. 13s 7Vid;
No. S hard winter. 13s 5d; No. 2 red west
ern winter. Us 4Vd.
CORN Spot, American, mixed, new, Ss
$d; American, mixed, old. ks Vyd; La
Plata, mixed. Is Id.
FLO( R W inter patents, 48s lid.
HOPS In London: Pacific coast, 1 10s
NEW YORK, April 19 Sl'GA R Rs w,
easy; centrifugal 4.81M:: molasses, 4 12c.
Refined, steady: cut loaf. 6.MK-; crushed,
470c: mould A. 4.35e; cubes, t.IEc; XXXX
powdered. 4r.r; powdered. 6.00c; fine
granulated, diamond A. i.Mc; con
fectioners' A, 48ue: No. I. 5.66: Sugsr
futures coined easier lodsy under trade
soiling and commission house liquidation.
Prices at noon were 4 points net lower-
St. I.oela t.rala Market.
ST. IriS. April 19-WHKAT-No. 1,
1 i . -o. nn 1, ffi.vdi oi; May,
" v 11 6S.: July. 11 .32.
Apartments, flats, mouses anu coilagus CORN No. 2, 7 : No. 2 white, Sftfjrlc;
ran b. rented quickly ana -.ne.p.y ty M 1 V-J jUSlS:,: v.. . ......
Bee -For Rent" ad.
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i 118 7 W 4 W 8 II
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m-jt .i . AND FEEDER..
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417.80; cows and heifers, $3 1') 30; calves.
HOGS Receipts, 22,000 head; market,
weak at hW16o advance; bulk, r.6007.86;
light. $7.40ti7.80; mixed. S7.36flr7.76; heavv.
S7.itkttT.en; rough, $7.007. pigs. to.60
SHEEP AND LAMBS-ltecelpts. U.OOO
head, market strong; sheep, $7.08.70;
lambs, $14Htl 10.66.
t. I.owla Live Rtnrk Market.
ST. LOITIS, April 19. CATTLE Re
ceipts, l,8fci head; market stesdy; native
beef steers, $7.or.fj9.76: cows and heifers.
$r.60.fl8.2.; stockers and feeders, S5.7.V(r7.S6;
southern steers, $6.2fi,7.75: cows and heif
ers, $4 0Ofi4OO; native cslves, $8009!0.
HOGS Receipts, 9.000 head; market
higher; nigs and lights, S8.0nr7.N4: mixed,
anil butchers, $7 .6017.80; good heavy, $7.46
SHEEP AND LA M BS Receipt 8, 3.910
read; market strong: ewes, $.MV(78.2n;
lamhs, $8.6it7l0.tW; yearlings, $8.50)9.60;
sheared yearlings, fi.W!-l.
NEW TORK. April 19 -Investment
stocks rose 3 to 6 points In the first four
hours of today's record-breaking session,
but lost a considerable part of their gains
In the final hour, when t'nlted Slates
Steol fell back 4 points on an admonitory
trade statement Issued by Its chlei ex
ecutive. Steel had led the earlw advance not so
imucn in actual gain aa In Its activity,
and Its leadership was accepted aa fur
jther proof of the Inherent strength of
ine epecinanve situation, on Its decline
In the late trading It carried other sea
soned shares down 1 to 4 points, obliter
ating some gains entirely and reducing
others to nominal proportions. Steel
ciosed at 678,, a maximum decline of 4
points and a net loss of 1. The general
list made some recovery from the low
levels touched In Ike final hours, but the
market's tone at the end was Irregular
Erstwhile war specialties, with a few
exceptions, were relegsted to positions of
secondary Importance throughout ths ses
sion. New York Airbrake and several
other equipment issues yielding much of
last week's gain. Not all the specialties
aeis sent to the resr. however, as was
seen In the further phenomenal rise In
Mexican Petroleum, with a sympathetic
advance In Texas company. American
'Woolen also gained S points on rumors
of additional war orders.
Among the better known shares the
coipers held rsther more consistently
than any others, their strength being ac
companied by another rise In the refined
melal. Rock Island was almost the only
railway stock to hold bsck throughout,
losing 14 points.
All general news of ths day, which In
cluded railway advices from the west,
pointing to a moderate reduction of the
tonnage movement, and some firmness In
exchange on Germany, was Ignored In the
day'a feverish marks! movements. Total
salea of stocks amounted to almost 1.6on.-
iM shares, exceeding all records since 1911.
Trading in bonds exceeded all recent
days, with an upward trend- Inquiry for
the New York Central debenture 6s on
steady advances wss the noteworthy fea
ture. Total sales of bonds, par value,
aggregated $6,634.(00. t'nlted States bonds
were unchsnged on call.
Number of sales and leading quoNUont
on stocks were as follows:
ail. Htth. Lev. cms.
Kaaaas City Lire stark Market.
KANSAS CITT, April 19.-CATTLE-Re-celpts.
10.000 head; market higher: native
prime fed steers. $8 00tt 60; dressed beef
sterrs, $7.2.'8.0O; western Steers, lS.Hf.tr
8 00; stockers and feeders. $4.60478.(0; bull,
$'..2iiR; calves. $fc.004i. 60.
11 OtlS Receipts, 11. mm head: market
higher; bulk, $7.40777.60; heavy, $7.40tf7.60;
packers and butchers, $7.S,VfT7.60; light,
$7.4017.66; pigs, $4. 7087.40.
SHEEP AND IAMH8-Recelpts, 7.0W
head; market higher; lambs, $8 10th 10.00;
yearlings, $8,004(11.60; wethers, $7.2ii4j.?6;
"long City Live Stock Market.
SIOCX CITY. Is.. April 19 CATTLE
Receipts, 4,000 head; market steady to 10c
higher; native steers. I7.2tai8.16: butchers.
lfi.3Mi7.2T; cows and heifers, $4.76ifj7.05;
ct, nners, $3.5Otj5.00; stockers and feeders,
$AS0ti8.10; calves. $6.0OS.2i; bulls, staga.
etc., $S OuftH.Ou.
HOGS-ltecelpts. 2.700 head: market Mi
10c higher; heavy, $7.SOH7.!i.; mixed, $7.2f.!)
7.30; light, $7.20577.25; bulk of sales, $7.2.4
SHEEP AND LAMBS Recnlnts 600
DE REUTER JULLS HIMSELF
Mansg-ing- Director of Big- European
News Gathering; Ag-ency Com
mits Suicide by Shooting- '
GRIEVES OVER DEATH OF WIFE
LONDON. April 19.-P.aron Herbert Ds
Reuter. managing director of Reuters
Telegram company, was found dend yes
terday at Ms home near Relgate Surrey.
A discharged revolver wss found nesr
his body and the authorities declare there
Is little doubt but that he committed
suicide. Baron De Reuler wss pros
trated by the death of his wife last
Thursday. Her body Is still In the home
awaiting Interment. Tiittr only son Ii In
Baron Augustus Julius Clement Her
bert De Reuter was born March 10, 1862.
He wss educated at Harrow, Oxford and
Paris. His wife, whom he married In
1874, was a daughter nf ths lata Robert
Campbell of Buscot Park. Berkshire. B
sldeo the son snd heir, who Is In ths
British army, they are survived by a
daughter, who Is ths wife of J. W. E. 3.
Baron De Reuter succeeded to ths title
on the death in 1899 of his father., who
was created a baron of the Duchy of
Ssxs Coburg Got ha In 1S71. Royal license,
for permission to use ths title In England
was granted In 1851 by Queen Victoria.
Ths first baron was the founder ef
Router's Telegram company, now one of1
ths leading news gathering organisation
I of the world. In 1861, when the cable was
laid between England and Francs, ths
headquarters of the company was trans-,
ferred to London.
Aleak OsM I I
Amalfamates Opaer . ... 44 4") 7)
Anerlras Heat Sugar... . 4.tn 44$
Am.rloss Caa 4,"4 I
Amarlrss A R ll. 74
Amsrlca g. aV R. M.... n4 K4
Am. gsr fUtlnlni I to 11S4
smertran Tel. a Tel....
Hall Uxor A Ohio I, in
llmntlra 4tapl4 Tran.lt.. 7,700
IIIUlN-A fltl..v ilhAral U..nH-u .
showed up today, about 124 cars, or 8,0ool
head, being reported. This Is about the
same as for last Monday and 2.0UO heavier
man a year ago.
Shippers bought some hogs esrly that
Were fully a dime his her. but no. .
duced their bids, and lue big end of their
purchases was made at figures that wer
nc more than a nickel higher. They took
a fair soar) of ths supply at prices that
were generally a big nickel above the
close of last week.
Packers started out talklna verv hearts 1
and when they flnallv made ihtr ri..i
offers they were no better than steady
with Saturday. Sellers were asking a big
r'lme advance, and although killers raised
meir nenas a nine nothing was sold until
a iai. puur.
It as after 11 o'clock before packers
finally rams acrosa. but In the aiui h.
salesmen carried their point and when
me puis o in Killing hogs finally sold
they were largsly a dims higher than
The average market was fully 6l0c
better than Saturday. The big end of
the shipping grades sold at $7.36, with a
few as high as 17 48 and a top of $7 46
Most of the packers sold st $7.&K(i7.:d
with ths long string st the lalter fluuro
snd the bulk of all the sales ws quoted
at $7.x7 . Today's prices set a new
high marg ror tne jresr.
Na. Af. h. r. Ke.
Av. 88. Pr.
.tJ ... 7 86
xu m i
10 T l.-v,
111 . . 7 87
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M ... 7 4
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44 m It 7 82
41 Z7 ... 7 12
71 MM IV f m
hrtr..'- ..oiwiinhtsnding a good run
of some ll.ixi head of sheep and lambs, a
snappy iraae was one or the piincial
features of the msrket. for the peckers
ware out early and were strong compe
titors for sli offerings. Once a movement
scaleward had commenced It was not
long before everything la sight was sold.
Prices on lambs were fully loyLtc higher
Ht. Joseph Live Stark Market.
ST. JOSEPH, April 1S.-CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1.2U) head. Market strong; steers,
$7.O0j8.6O; cows and heifers, $4.00a4.00;,
HOGS Receipts, S.900 head. Market
higher; top. $7.60; bulk of sales, $7.15
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. T.0O0
head. Market higher; iambs. $10.0041 10.66.
NEW YORK. April 19,-The market for
coffee futures opened unchanged to $
points higher and sold sbout 2ft4 points
above last night's closing figures during
the morning on scattered cnv-erins
trade buying promoted by continued heavy
iviniiiiTi irom nrnsu 10 r.urone and
large New York warehouse deliveries.
Thers wea no sggreaslve demand how
ever, snd the market later eased under
realising ana a renewal or May liquida
tion, which was accompanied by a report
that Braxll was offering coffee here more
freely. The close whs one point lower
to 2 points higher. Sales, 41.600 hags. In
cluding twitches of about i0oj baga;
April, 6.97c; May, 5.97c; June, 4.06c; July,
7.16o; August, 7.34c; September, 7.12c; Oc
tober, 7.37c; November, 7.43c; December,
7 49o; January, 7.64c; February, 7. Sim;
March, 7.86c. Spot coffee, ateady; Rio No.
7. 714c; Santos No. 4. 10Ve. Coast and
freight offers ranged from about 10.25c to
!0.6o for Santos 4s and 7.30H7.75 for Rio
7s. Rio exchange was l-82d higher. Millies
prices were unchanged at Santos.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits
NEW YORK, April 19. EVA PORATED
APPLES Dull and nomlnsl: fsney. i'AO
9c; choice, 7Vb7c; prime, 7'4TJ7V
DRIED FRUITS Prunes, autet and
easy; California, 4Hfjl0Vtc; Oregona, 8V
lOVic Apricots, dull and steady; choice,
!Hgitic; extra choice, 10fl10V4o; fancy, li
(hl2c. Peaches, easy; choice. 4!ic; extra
noice. ivintrfcr: rancy. siniV6c. itala Ins.
'1 11 let; loose muscatels, 6V44r7'4Ci choice to
rancy seeded, IHiWc; seedless, 6HtjVtc;
London layers, $1.4691.64.
Kansas City Urala aad Provisions.
KANSAS CTTY. April 19. WHEAT
No. 2 hard, $1.5A(j1.67; No. 1 red .$1.662
1.66Vi; May, $1.66Vi; July, $1.31; September,
CORN-NO. I mixed. 77c; No. 1 whits,
78c: No. 2 yellow. 77HJ77HC; No. 3, T7c;
Msy, 7;Aic; July. 77c; September. 7T4c
OA TV No. 2 white. 67j67Vc; No. 2
BUTTER Creamery. 29c; firsts, 27c;
seconds. 26c; packing, 18c.
KGOH-Flrats. 17Vic; seconds. 17c.
poT'LTRY Hens, 14c; roosters, 10c;
NEW YORK. April 19. METALS
Lead: Easy, $41044.Al; Iindon, 10 9d.
Spelter. Nominal; London, 46 10a.
Tin: Nominal; five-ton lots, $.4 00 bid.
Copper: Firm; electrolytic, $17.60; cast
ing. 117.0017 2.".. Iron: Steady; No. 1
northern. $l4.60trtt.0o-. No. S. $14 26a14 76:
No. I southern, $14.0014.60; No. 2, $1$76
At London Copper: Spot, 74 ISs 6d;
futures. 77 7sd. Tin: Spot. 107 10s; fu
tures, 17. Antimony, 83487.
London Btoek Market.
I.ONDON, April !. The stock market
opened active and cheerful today. Amer
ican securities were the features. A very
large amount of bualness was done In
L'n.led States Steel, with Canadian Pa
cific and Union Pacific good seconds.
Judging by the marking, Americans
hsvs taken another large amount of
stock off the market. The closing tone
SILVER Bar. 2Sd: per ounce.
MONEY It W1V4; per rent. Discount
rates, short bills. 2V2 per cent; three
months, 2&3 per cent
Loral Storks and Bonds.
Quotation! rsrslaaei kr Pure. Brtnbar A Os ,
441 Omaha National Bank UulKlng. Oraak:
rn KH Hl. Aaka4.
CUt Trust pM 10
rtaara A Co Sf4 .. MI4
ralmonl Oaaswir 7a fd n 10 ,
rslrnoat iVaaswrr la. cesimos
Heral Bill. PM ' I
Lincoln Tel. A Tal. to to
Uv Stok Ni Bank, Ho. Omaha.... 115
Mollo Plow p4 '
Mt. Hlafa Tal. S Tal 10:
un.al.s ' Blulta St. Hi pld ;i
On.alis A f'o. Blulta K A 7T-"r nt 44
Hlnrk Yarn. M' n . ea. umiu
I pdik llraln p(4
I rdlka (irslo t
tnlan Sto. k Varda. Omaha
Colunir.ua, Nab. glee. la. 124
Cos SI Nk I ...
gl Paao ' Tal '. H. la. I64..
Lincoln Trs. U. 1SI
UnfOln. Nak. rot W. 11
f.maha How 4H. ISI ;
City of Omaha Imp. 41., Ill
r,n.al,& Watar 4fe. IS..
(l.uaha A ' o Blull. St. Hr. a. Itl hi,
Yf uai or r-1' - m in i aa
Hla'o i.l Idaho 'a....
!!-. A Co ua. IH4
I al Plr . Nab. 4Va. 1117
Wlrklta tsloa SU. Ya. la. IM4
, W M0
.. 4. M0 M,
.. Il.tOO tlU
., 4.IOA li
.. I.tno HWI4
.. 14.70 iu letl linst
Ckasisssss 4t Okie
I llirago llreat Wostern.
ttilrssn. M. a St. P
t'hli-a(o A N. W
Colorado Fual a Iron...,
IVIorado a gnulhern....
pjoaver A Rio Orsnde....
Dootar A H. U. ptd.....
IMatUlera' Herurlliea ....
lrat Northarn pfd
Oroal No. Or nra ,
Interbnmugh Mot. pfd....
Kanaaa Clir Southarn....
M.iloan Polrolaura Il.oi
Miami Conner T.WO
MlMourt. K. T 8.TO0
Mlaanurl PsrKlo It, W0
National Blarsn n
Now York Oantral...
N. T.. N. H. a H...
Norfolk a Waators..
Nonsoni Paolfla ...
Pullmas palsrs Car.
Hay con, topsor....
O'.epubllo Iron A Stool..
Hoik Uland Co
Rock lalana Co. M
St. L, A S- F. 94 pfd
Br.sihora I'arlflo 88,00
Soot ham ftallwar .
t'nlos Paollla pfd...
Vnltod Stato Steal IB, mo
I'. M. Pleal pld 8.60)
t'tah Copper SI.I0
wabaan pld ..,
Waslern I nlon
wootinsnwuao bimoiiio ...
Montana Poaror I.IAd 41 601
toisi saioa tor ins mmys i, 000,094 snars.
Blew York Money Market.
NBW TORK. April 19.-PtUMB MER
CANTILE PAPER-0H848H per cent.
STERLINO EXCHANGE Steady;
sixty-day bills. $47416; for cables. $47906;
for demand. H7W15.
8ILVEK Bar, 60Hc; Mexican dollars,
UONDS Oovsrnmsnt, stsady; railroad,
TIME LOAN"-Sixty days, S per cent;
ninety daya, StQO'i per cent; ala months,
SVh Pr cent.
CALL MONRY-Steady; highest. SH per
cent,; lowest. 1 per rent: ruling rate. 1
per rent: last loan, SV6 per rent; closing
bid. S per cent; offered st 2A per cer
V. . rof. St, rag.... 91 Mo. Pac, ev. Ss 4T
da aupoa 91 N. Y. c. I. IVta.... to
U. As, rag 1011 N. Y. Citr 44a w
4 sovpee 10I1N. Y. atat 4H....10I
C. V 4a. rag 101N. Y., N. H. A H.
do coupon 111 av. la ll
Panama ta sunoa..tMSiMe. Psotfle 4S 811
Asl. Smltm St. ...lot do 8a '
A. T. T. rv. dls.loiiri. g. I. rof. 4
Araaaup A Co. 41.. 911Paa. T. A T. 4.... 91
Akduaae ss. 4s.... tl Pons. roa. 4s ri
Bal. A Ohm 4 tnuj do eoa. 41s 141
Cha. A Otil, 41.. goading aan. 4s Ml
n. m V j. as.... oota-s. i. m a. r. t. 4a M
C M a M P s 4Vk..10l1Be. pu. nv.
do v. 8 101 do rof. 4s
T. A g. rof. 41.. 14 do ct. la.
TV A . 0 rof. to.. 411 So. Hallwar 8..
Brio fan 4s TO I'nlon Parirt 4s
)s. Kloctrlc 4....loJ do ct. 4a
Ot. No. lot 41s MITT. g. Bobber 4a
ill. ism. rat. s ... sir. e steal to...
K. C. Ho. rof. 4..
1,. a N. tint. 4...
M. K. A T. 1st 4.
l W.hult 1st Is
Ml Waal, t'nlos 41a.
IllWaat. Elw. . t
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ii ii ;
The Bos Want Ads Are Best Business
Dry Hoods Market.
NEW YORK. April 19.-DRY GOODS
Two auctions of domestic csrpets and
rugs, sggregatlng In value $6,000,000, were
successfully begun today and will con
tinue throughout the week. One hundred
and thirty-five thousand bales are cata
logued. Cotton goods and cotton yarn
markets were firm and more active.
Prints and ginghams were active. Haw
silk was easier. Men's wear and dress
goods markets showed a better tone.
NEW YORK, April 19 COTTON-Spot,
steady; middling uplands, 10.46c: no sales.
Cotton futures closed steady; May,
10 22c: July. 10.46c; October, l$2c; De
cember. He: January, 11.00c.
I f irvRtWil. .n.il is cr.TwiMa-..
tteady; good middling, 4.10d; middling!
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Case of Smallpox
on Japanese Liner
SAN FRA NCI SOO, Cal., April 1S.-A
est of smallpox aboard Toyo Klaen
Kasha steamer, CTilyo Maru, which ar
rived today from Chinese and Japanese
ports, reused the vaccination of $36 pas
sengers during the trip. Releass of ths
vessel from tuarantlne was delayed pend
ing the examination ef the passengers.
A 10-year-old girl, taken aboard at
Shanghai, is ths smallpox pattsat. She
became III ten days ago, and upon the
diagnosis of her disease as smallpox the
ship's surgeon began the vaccination of
Among those aboard is Rev. Dr. James
W, Bashford, resident bishop In China
of the Methodist Episcopal church, who
Is on an unannounced mission reported to
relate to the conditlona incident to the
Japanese demanda upon China.
Dr. Bashford stated recently that the
demands If they srr as the newspaper
have reported I hem threaten grave consequences.
Develops Big Crop
of Office Seekers
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la.. Ajnll 19-(8peoial.)
Cms chief result of ths work af ths
legislative session just closed Is tnat It
has made post I Me development of a
number of csndldaolea for high offlos,'
j among them tha following:
W. L. Harding. Sioux City, leutenant
governor, for republican nomination for
governor. It now looks certain he win
have a strong lead for tha nomination. ,
Leslie K. Francis, Spirit Lake, senator,
possible candidate for governor, with a
strong following because of his leader
ship of ths fight of ths temperance peo
ple, Joseph H. Allen, Pocahontas, senator,
candidate (or governor, supported by tha
farmers and stook raisers and by those
who are ardently for woman suffrage,
W. L Atkinson, Clarksvlll. speaksr of
ths house, candidate for lieutenant gov
X E. Crist, Osceola, senator, candidate
for lieutenant governor and especially
supported by tha drys.
W. H. Aroey. MarthaJltewn. senator,
possible candidate for llsutsnant gover
nor. John T. Clarkson. Albla. senator, demo
crat, possible candidal s for tha deme
oratle nomination ef governor.
D. C. Chase. Webster City, senator,
possible candidate for governor.
Oeorg Cossnn, Audubon, attorney gen
eral, and eerteln candidate for governor.
Chark" H. Thomas. Kent, senator, can-
dldats for the republican nomination for
These are tha only ones so far at gen
erally known who hsvs been declared
eligible for ths poeltkms suggested. Some
of them will not be considered long. Oth
ers are certain to be in ths race.
WAR OFFICE REPORTS ' :
BERLIN. April IS. (By Wireless to Say-'
villa. N. Y.V-German headquarters this
afternoon gavs out a report on tha pro
gress of hostilities as follows:
"To ths south of Ypees, tha British
were yesterday ejected from ths minor
Oerman positions still occupied by them
In this locality. British, attacks along
ths railroad between Yprtg and Ctmlnes
broke down with very heavy losses t
"Near Oeimunster, Lieutenant Oat-rot,
a French aviator, has been mads pris
oner. "Between tha Msuse and tha Moselle
there have been artillery duals.
"French a tucks against our position at
Combres and tn tha Vosges resulted In
"On ths eastern front ths situation re
"French and British reports concern
ing victories on ths western front are'
all Inventions as la sufficiently proved
by ths regular reports from Oerman head
PARU, April 19.-(Via London.) Ths
French war office this afternoon gsvs
out a report on ths progress af bo till ties
"BrlUsH troops yettetday captured n
Belgium, near Zwartalsn, 200 yards of
German trenches. These they have re
tained. In spit) of several counter at
tacks. "Ws have been successful on both
banks of ths River Fecht, in Alsace, aad
eur advance la being pressed forward on
tba north bank. Ws have gained posses
sion of the Summit of Burgkorpfeld, to
the southwest of Bchllleckerwassen, which
directly commands tha vallsy. On tha
south bank. In ths region of Brbnesfan
rleth, we hsvs made notable progress,
our troops marching from tha south to
north In ths direction of tha Fecht aad
MeUerol, which la southwest of Colmar.
In this district ws mads an important
gala with the occupation of a series of
elevations, ths northernmost height of
which commands tba courss of the Fecht,
In front of Burghorpfeld.
'In the courss or this action ws csp-
tured a division of mountain artillery,
two cannon of 74 millimetres caliber
and two machine guns.
"The Oerman aeroplanes which flew
over Belfort recently dropped four
bomba. Thess did soma damage ta two
hangars and set firs to four chest ef
powder. No casualties resulted nor was
any serious damage dons."
Lid Lifter Pleoat tiallly.
FREMONT. Neb.. April . (Special.)
Herman Thelsen of rCowell, arrested on
tha complaint af Ben Janesovsky, was
fined SU and costs In district court Sat
urday on a charge of selling liquor with
out a license. Thelsen pleaded guilty. .
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