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REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
ltaaeea aad lottaaes.
CHEAPEST rent In Omihn: room and
.-ruth: Just newlv remodeled; rent re
duced from 126 to 114 and $18; tntSVi-MUi
. 2bth. Tel Red 3V7.
l-KdOM house. atrt tly all modern, t2i.
j33ii 8. tftth St.
2M N. 2JT1I. $27.50' rouma and hall, all
inocern: one Noon north 2tn line.
O'KKKKF REAL ESTATE CO.
NEW 9-room house, all modern, hot
water heat, near cara Dundee. Phone
iu'iUKRN l'i-ronm brick house, 21 Cept
tol Are. Phone Harney sii.
Globe Van& Storage
Store, moves, parks, ship; $-horse van
and 1 men, $1.26 per hr. ; storage $2 per
mo. Satisfaction guar. P. 4.139 & Ty. 230,
WEST FARNAM district, f-room modern
house convenient to two car line, fine
location; possession May 1. Apply 140 N.
42d St. Tel. Walnut 3171.
We have a complete llet of all houses,
partments and flata that arc for rent.
Tli la lift can be aeen frea of char at
Omaha Van ft Storage Co., 8n 8. lAth St
EIGHT roomi, modern house, ahade,
barn. 2218 Binnry. Webster 931.
ALL sixes. $3 per montb up. 807 Fax too.
BFE the Central Furniture Btorea. FREE
2923 Pnclflc St.. 7-roonv all modern
2017 Grace St.. 5-room, partly modern
Iiz2 Bo. S2d St., t-room. all modern
Ma Howard St.. 5-room, partly modern
houne, $1 i.oi.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY.
m First Nat. Bank Bid. Don. 72$.
B N. Uth Bt Tel. D. $94 or Web. 18K8.
Gordon Van Co
Jf T xp. moving.
I . KPPfl Packing 4k storage.
V iVVV.U 1207 Karnain. D. i .
Van and Storage
, Co. Call ns tor s
Umatea for mov
ing, pav.iug, shipping. I7l Wabater St.
1 Trill Ron Crelgh Bona ac Co.. lie Bldi.
Btorea u4 Offices.
1,000 square feet, with full baaement Ex
ceilent West Farnam location.
1215-16 W. O. W. Bldg. Phone Douglaa 3622.
NEW modern store, best location; In
North Omaha. 2414 Amea Ave., Webster
lias or wen. 3149.
WANTED TO RENT
SWAPS! SWAPS' SWAI'8!
1 acrea black land, nine mllea from
good town, level. $4,000, for Omaha prop
sn acres. Boyd Co.. Nr.. wjw, mm
II,, for house or light auto.
Btilck 4-h. P.. worth us, lor live equuy
In Omaha house or good lot.
1 acres, Merrick Co., Neb . $t9,2nO, rntg.
t0.4flo; 110 acre In crop, balance hay and
pasture: 4-r. house, want muse, aioc.
S acres. Hall Co.. aood land, halt hay.
$l.20n, equity I2,, for mdse.
PICK. KINO CO., 9H t'm. rwat i nan a .
FOR EXCHANGE Missouri land, 1M
acre hlichly improved dairy farm ad
Joining good town; 3 acre one-half mile,
good town; HI acrea timber land; 90 acres
farm and orchard. Will exchange one or
all for merchandise. A. L. Veaeman, Saf-
WHAT have you to exchange for Dakota
or Montana land? - Wisconsin Salea
A gency, Caswell Bldg., Milwaukee.
WILL exchange equity In an 6-room
house In South umana ior a rora irum
or runabout. M 533. Pee.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
VKfU HOINE IS GOOD
and desirable for somebody to secure for
m Knmn nr en investment. We can see
the advantages In the property you nave
for sale and can supply the man who
wints C.e advantages. Let us sen mat
good home of yours.
1215-18 W. O. W. Bldg. Phone Dougla 9C2;
REAIj ESTATE NORTH RIDE
A Small Farm
a City Lot
A S-rnom all modern cottage In very
fine neighborhood. lot 6-1. with
grapes, strawberries, young fruit, etc., on
It. rrlce 12. son on easy ternis. A. i:.
Mason. 4020 Hurt St.
REAL E8TATF WKST SIDE
LIST your property with K. H. Lander-
you. fnz Neville mik. i.
LIST real estate and rentala with DON-
ELSON R. E. CL., 911 vjm. nni ruin.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE
"T Title Guarantee and Abstract
K ATTCo., a modern abstract office,
sns Bo. 17th St. Phone D. MS7.
Must Be Sold
.W5 California Bt., "Cathedral District."
This la an exceptionally well constructed
new house, never occupied, having large
living room across entire front with brick
fireplace; attractive dining room with
bullt-ln buffet, larse pantry, convenient
kitchen, frot.t and rear vestibule. On
first floor, all finished In oak except
kitchen. Four good else corner bedrooms.
Including enclosed sleeping porch, with
heat and light, all finished in birch on
second tloor. Seven-eight hs-lnch oak
flooring In every room In the house. Full
cemented basement, with laundry con
nections, first-class furnace, etc. Large
lot. MS IK ft., on paved street only half
block from s-ime of Omaha's finest
home. Lot lies high and sightly, afford
ing fine view for this location. Price
only $,5o0, which la no more than some
lot alone are held at one block west of
this property. Easy terms. Be sure and
ioox mis up.
George & Company
Phone D. F;A r City Nati Rank Rldg.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Takft a Slight Drop, While
Cora Move$ Up Juit ai
OATS FOLLOW CORN UPWARD
do Parsley: ."0e dos. Onion sets:
Yellow and red, $1 V per bu ; ahlte.
$1 T. per hu. Potatoes: Bed IUer
Ohlos. $1 per hu.; Colorado Hurals, 7oc
per hu.: Minnesota whites. c per hu.
Mushrooms: TV per box.
MISCELLANEOUS Shelled popcorn 4c
Ih Crackerlack. t-l W case; H case. $I.7R.
I.lmr: II 73 basket Checkers: $.150 tier
esse; S rase, $1.7.. Peanuts; Itsw. !c lb.;
isw, sack lots Jumbo, gc lb.; roasted, 'te
IK; suited. $1 .VI csn. Cocoanuts. $3 M
per sack; IV per dos. Cider: $.,") per
keg. Nuts: No. 1 California walnuts.
IV Ih. : black walnuts. 12frc lh.; Bratlls,
K'Sc Ih.: to os figs. $2 box. Sugar wal
nut dates, $1.4i) box; hallos. I dates, c lb.
Fllherts, l.V Ih. Icrns: 12Vc lb. Al
monds, 20c Ih.
OMAIIA April 21, 11.V
Wheat was lower, mllltig H cent under
yesterdav'a prices The n msnd ss poor
and there was only a few tars reported
retM.nht,shir'"rh1f- '"l'."1. M0rf,' Vi! tieaeral Market,
rente nigher. while oats sold from to .,,,,,. . ,. , v. .
W cent higher. ' MCW AOUK. April 21.- 81 OA R Noml-
It Is the hlUf , r.r .h. i.r..l insi; rrn t rit UR a I. mc; molasses, s.isic
wneat traders that the market will
do much until the .May deliveries are
made. Should the cash wheal he taken
by exporters snd moved out, th trade
In general will have a basis to nrk on.
Country sales of corn and oats were
very light and of wheat practically
nothing. Sales of 10rt,rt bushels of oats
were reported this morning at the
These cash sales were renorted
Whe.it No. 2 hard winter: I car. $l.kY
Refined, quiet. Futures opened quiet
today and at noon were 1 to 1 points
RUTTHK-lrrrRUlar:. receipt. 4
tubs; creamery, extras, W2 score. VU
c: creamery, (higher seorlngi. 29'trtl 30c ;
flrsls, 2X2Vtr; scolds. K44itf7c,
KOUS- Steady; receipts. ;i.ij rases;
e sea-i'esh gathered extras, 2'W,-ir; storage
parked extra firsts, i2,r: firsts.
tiw'nv: -I'i22lc: regular packed extra fl
OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKET
Cattle All the Way from Steady to
Ten CenU Lower Sheep and
HOGS ARE SLOW TO SOME LOWER
SOUTH OMAHA. April a, 1T1 4.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Hheep
turtrist Monday .ix
Off trial Tuesday $.0411
Estimate Wednesday.. .
i2i22,o: firsts, 2lfi2
24c; nearby hen-
RKED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract
offloa in Nebraska, to Brandela Thea.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
Owner writes ua to sell this cho'ce t
acro piece, which lies high and sightly,
close to nice homes In Keystone Park ad
dition. Onlv a few blocks from paved
road and Jitney auto line. Price for quick
HASTINGS ft HETDKN, 114 Harney Bt.
HAVE tenanta for 5. 6. 7 and &-room
houses in Dundee, West Farnam and
Field club districts. We are anxious to
get a complete list.
W. L. Selby & Sons,
State Bank Bldg. Phone Doug. 1510.
North of Country Club
If you want to own S acres that lays
high and sightly, practically all level,
only a few blocka from paved road, you
should he sure to have us show you this
piece. Owner has made the price iignt
for quick sale.
HASTINGS & HETDE.N, 1BI4 Harney St.
No. $ hard winter: 1 car. IVMk; 1 car, wliltc. fine to fancy
$1.M; 1 car eed mtxedt $1 T.2W No. 4 hard n ''H ,V , . . .
.I.,,.- ? ...... Iiu ni 1 T.r,.m- 1 CIIKFXK Hrm: receipt. $.779 boxes
t ear. II ili. Corn-No. 2 white: 1 car. slat w hole milk fresh specials, 1&M$
25th and Harney
On the north side of Harney St., be
tween i"th and 2hth, we have nxi:t2 feet
of ground. This property la located In a
district where values are Increasing
rapidly. As a site for family hotel or
apartment house, there la nothing so
good being offered at the price.
There Is now an 11-room house on
Less than a block from property that
Is worth $700 a front foot.
Our prices for the 0 feet, 10,000.
A. P. Tukey & Son
231 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone P. VH.
.WANTED Room and board in pnvate.
family by young couple with 4-year-old
child; north aide preferred. Address U
137, care Bee.
WANTED TO BUT
Itale buys everything id hand. Tyler 141$.
OK'JCi lurnlture bougnt and sold. i.
C Reed, I All Farnam. Doug. C14.
ELECTRIC fan, alternating current,
diess A 33$. Bee.
WK pay Chicago prices for aluminum
scrap castings. Paxton-Mltchcll CV o
. REAL ESTATE
FARM A ItANCH LANDg. FOR BALM
FARMS AT BARGAIN.
A few" well-Improved farina la tha well
known Grand Prairie belt, eastern Arkan
eas. Rice cultivation a great success;
pays large profits to farmer and Investor.
Also general farming, dairy and stock
raising.' My farms are equipped with
complete watering plant for irrigating
riot,; plenty ralnialt to. mature other
cicps; la) per cent northern tarmers live
and tnrive on- the Grand Pralrieai schools,
churches, good railroads and market- fa
cilities; healthful climate; my tarms for
sale cheap to aetua estate. .1 can. use
$2i,000 stock of general merchandise; will
trade. Deal direct with me. For further
Information and pamphlets, address '
GEO. KOCH, OWNEK, '
Blair Neb., or Hotel Castle, Omah
lv Oak Colonies; none better. W. T.
bmith Co., kl-14 City Nat. Bk. D. 2tl.
FOR BALE Farms, 160 and $0 acres, la
Pasts. Colo,. Write UsUUer. I3M Ogdea
Ave, Chicago, 111.
FOR BALE At Steamboat Springs, Colo.,
10-acra strawberry tract and 6 acres in
fuil bearing this year; continuous water
right, fenced, fully Improved and new
house. Address Box 336, Seward, Neb.
ARE TOU GOING TO BUT LANDT
If so you should first get a copy of
the Farm and Real Estate Journal. It
has lands advertised In It from nearly
very slate, so that you can find Just
wuat you are looking lor In its columns.
Jt Keeps you Informed on land oppor
tunities In all parts of the country, gives
you personal help In finding land. Sena
c today for a year's subscription, or luo
for tnree months trial. It will be atopped
at the end of the time ordered. Farm and
Real Estate Jourinal. Xratr. Iowa.
HAVE YOU A FARM KUH HA I. It?
Write a good description of your land
w eiia i iu me oiaux vuy, la., journal,
"lOWA'l Alost Pomerf HI Wmnt A A
atedium." Twenty-five words every Friday
evening, featurday - morning and every
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
uuo niuuiii, giving aixteen aaa on
twelve different days tor Ui or SO words.
M; or 76 words. 86.
. Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper, tf),0iM readers daily (n four great
BARGAIN 240-A. farm M in. from Min
neapolis; l A. under cult.; 4U A. good
meadow ; bo A. timbered pasture; can
practically all be cultivates; good corn
land; farm is fenced; liMroom house, barn,
granary, machine shed, windmill, etc.; 1$
liead good milk cows, 4 good horses, har
neaaes. wagons, complete svt.of machin
ery, hogs, chickens and everything on the
farm goes at $ per acre; eS,uuu cash,
balance can stand for i years at per
cent. Schwab Bros., l.ui Plymouth Blag.,
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
paved street, splendid location, juBt one
block north of Field club, nn 2Rth Ave.;
good neighborhood. Quick sale, $I,?00.
0. O. CARLBERG,
312 Rrandels Theater BldgJ
ITiOO CASH, $; PER MONTH.
Five-mom bungalow, living and dining
room finished In oak. fine electric light
fixtures, good furnace, basement all ce
mented. This bungalow Is modern In
every detail. Large lot, three blocks
rrom west sine car. Maae an appoint
ment to see this at once.
THE VOGEL REALTY AOKNUY.
1016-16 W. O. W. Bldg. Douglaa $691.
Going to well my all modern home of
7 rooms at 417$ CHICAGO ST.. to some
one this week. I consider It if II HAP at
$3,200, but I want YOU to look It over
and MAKE me an OFFER. THREE!
BIXK'KS FROM FARNAM CAR IJNE
and ONE BIX'K FROM SAUNDKR'S
SCHOOL. I have every MODERN con
venience In thin house, a nice SOUTH
FRONT lot. with LAWN. SHADE and
FRUIT TREES and permanent walk.
Here Is a chance to get a COZY PLEAS
ANT HOMB In a good residence section
at your price. I will MAKE TERMS. I
will be home all day. o
4r. No. 2 yellow: 1 ear. 74c. No. S
vellow: 1 car tcholoel. 74-c; 6 cars, 74c.
No. 4 vellow: 1 car, 73c; 1 car. 7:r.
No. $ mixed: S ears. 7S4c. No. 4 mixed: 1
car, 72c; 1 car iwctt. 70c. No. -mixed.
1 car. 71c. Oat a No. $ white: 1 car
(choice). Mc; car, RiV. No. 4 white:
! cars, M'c: 1 car. 64c. Sample: 2 ears,
Oeeranre were: Wheat snd flour equal
to l,04,non bushels; corn, 2.oW) bushels;
oat. MS. mo bushels.
Liverpool close: heat and corn not
Primary wheat receipts were 42.0nfl
bushels and shipments 2..W.OJ10 bushels,
against receipts of 2jflii0 bushels and
thlpmaenta of 4.00n bushels last year.
Primary corn receipt a were 473.000 hush
ere and shipments 12.(i0n bushels, against
rsK-elnts of W.000 bushels and shipment
of TW.flOt burhcls last year.
Primary oats receipts were Ml .000 bush
els and shipments 1.722.000 bushels, against
receipts ef rw.' huahela and shipments
of 74!,000 bushels Inst venr.
AVheat. Corn. tats
I-:, state, whole milk, nvrrage funcy,
I'OULTRY-I.lve. weak; western cht k
ens. broilers, 4i'(VV. western foals, Wfl
ltic: turkeys. IJWI.Ic. Dressed, Slcndv;
western froten roasting chickens, lti
HWc; fresh fowls. Iced, 14i17c; turkeys,
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
A beautifully finished and decorated
home. Oak floors on both first and sec
ond floors. This home has a reception
hall, living room, dining room, kitchen,
pantry and rear entry on first floor, with
two large bedrooms and bath on second
floor. Large closets; furnace guaranteed
to heat; screens. Including screens for
front porch; 00-foot lot by 130 feet deep;
paved street; only one-half block from
school. Price, $1,960. Very easy terms.
Located 8331 Ames Ave.
Norris 8c Norris
400 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 4270.
Bemis Park Home
at Low Price
$4,973 buys 1320 N. 36th Bt. This Is a
well constructed, 7-room, 1-story modern
house, having hot water heat, oak finish
first floor, with extra large dining room,
located on east front lot. S blocks from
car line. Owner transferred from city
only reason for selling. This Is a re
duced price for quick sale. Do not fall to
look this up. ,
George & Company
Phone P. 75i.
90$ City Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
IMPROVED farms for $10 and upward.
borne can be bought for about value
improvements; upland, rich soli; splendid
climate. Buy now, while bargains can
be had. All farm lands Increasing In
value. O. P. Ktebblna.
GOOD South Missouri land on railroad.
In well settled locality, $1$ per acre.
Small or Urge farms on easy terms.
Literature tree. D. Merrtam, Ellis. Ben
ton. Kansaa City, Kansas.
FOR BALE 'Quarter section land Holt
county. Neb ; a bargain at $15 per acre;
write rie for legai numbers and In
vestigate. Owner, C. B. Brldwell. Em
Clairmont is one of the most desirable
restricted residence districts. This house,
on a high and sightly lot, facing east on
the boulevard, is one of tha most attrac
tive in the district. Six rooms and bath,
oak floors throughout, oak finish down
stairs, bedrooms finished in mahogany
and white enamel, equipped with every
modern convenience. Don t fall to see
this place. You will like it and the price
4921 ChicagoThis very attractive heme.
located between the car lines, la one of
the best values In Dundee. On tha first
floor there Is a large living room wltn
fireplace and bookcases built In, a nice
den with French doors, a large dining
room with FYench doors to porch, com
plete kitchen with bullt-ln cabinets and a
room off of the kitchen which can be
used for breakfast room or girl's room.
On the second floor are four nloo bed
rooms. Including enclosed sleeping pore,
and comDlete bath. Oak floors through
out and nicely decorated throughout.
$1,000 cash win handle.
Glover & Spain
919-20 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. S
At the southwest corner of 48th and
Farnam Bta. we have the beat bargain in
Dundee, a 7-room, brand new, all modern
house, has living room, dining room, den
and kitchen on first floor; 3 very fine
bedrooms and bathroom on second floor;
one of the bedrooms is 1 2x23 feet.
All of the bedrooms are rinlshea wltn
beautiful oak floors and oak doors snd
Ivory finish on the woodwork. The living
rooms are finished in beautiful oak with
beamed ceilings, built-in buffet In the
dining room, bullt-ln bookcase and writ
ing desk; bullt-ln Powell cabinet In
kitchen. A good automatic heater in the
basement. There Is absolutely nothing
lacking in mis house, it nas sc-oens,
shades and decorations. The street Is
raved on both sides and It Is a beaJtlful
corner lot. SBxlM ft. On top of the hill, a
high and sightly location, au blocka west
of the Omaha city Hall. The pr'ce is
$.1,600, and reasonable terms can be made
to good party.
See It today.
Charles W. Martin & Co.,
Tyler 187. 742 Omaha National Bank Bldg,
Dundee Lot $535
$235 rash will do. balance $15 monthly.
Must go this week. On Burt, east slopji,
O'Kcefe Iteal Estate Co.,
1016 Omaha National. Douglas 2716.
Three rtavs this wk..1.741 2S.1M
Same day last aeek lt s4 ..1M .44
Same dav 2 wka. ago 12.K74 S2.', 2.'$
Same days $ wks. ago.K9:; 3-1. 7 .f7S
Same davs 4 wks. ago.13.tw 3!.M $1.90
same days last year. .M.R33 2.,J
The following table show the average
ef cattle, hoae and sTieep at the South
Omaha live atock -narket for the year
to.date, aa compared; with last tear:
ISIS. 1914. Inc.
Cattle $H.,18 .!;.$ M.$
Hogs I.W.7.4CS X77.710 $T.B
Sheep RjA.4;2 .1S 1
The following table shows the eeree
price tor hogs at the south Omaha live
stock market for the last few day, with
Date. ! 191V II4. 1813. 11912. 1911. 19I0.109.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 1 tur
key. tl.rwHirfl.W: No. 3 turkey. $1.6Mr
1 t4: No. 2 hard. $1. MCI -55: No. $ hard.
n.5G1.M; No. 3 aprlng. $1. 441. $2; No. 2
durum, tl.664rl.u8; No. $ durum, tl.Wf
LIST. Com: No. 2 white. 74'4t14c: No.
3 white. 7474'4c; No. 4 white. 73Vi74e:
No. 8 white. 7.V473-e; No. white, 7.W
73,c; No. 3 yellow. 74'0';4V; No. 3 yel
low, 74fT44r; No. 4 yellow. 72mir73,e: No.
6 yellow, 72473c; No. yellow. 71Vu72c:
No. $ mixed, 73iW74e; No. 3 mixed, 73W
7.T4o: No. 4 mixed, 71W72tc; No. 5 mixed,
704i7mc; No. mixed. SHr71c. Oats: No.
2 white, bftiWoT.Vrc; standard, MVn:c: No.
1 white, &4jMVc; No. 4 white, uffi'.M'ic,
Parley: Malting, iir.6e; rwo. 1 teen, i
T70r. Rye: No. 2, $l.v$401.O9; No. 3.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Prlres an Board of Trade.
CITTCAIIO A or 1 1 ! Rullis' A fnctM rf
foreigners buying 01 tlons n unusual
extent on the delivery of ...icat here In
September were sharply offset today by
news that land attack was being di
rected agulnst the Turks west of the
Dardanelles and that Italy had begun
withholding steamships for use In trans
porting troops, The merket closed un
settled at He to IV net advance. Corn
nnisned with 'e to He gain, oats He off
to 1-1 6c. un. and nrovlndons varvina from
7fc decline to a rise of a shade.
Changes In the price of wheat had. as
whole, a sec-saw character from start
to finish, but with Msy contracts rela
tively most depresed and September de
veloping comparative strength. Rains
over a portion of the winter crop belt fa
vored the bear at the outset and, so, alsJ.
did word of a land movement agalnit
Constantinople, but the fact soon became
apparent that Europeans were absorbing
wnoiesaie ne otters tit tn September
option, which has been at a wide dis
count under Julv and at an extraordinary
difference below May. Tha all-around
bulge that ensued In values asve wav in
turn to a setback due largely to the latest
worn rb news on tne part or Italy.
In the end the wheat market was aeraln
on the iipirrade. Shorts were covering
freely. ' disturbed, pernaps. by the export
clearances of more than l.OOO.llOO bushels
in wneat and riour for the day and by a
out of l,Mn,iO bushels In Minneapolis and
I'muin siocns since naiurday, with bad
weather reports coming from North Da
Corn awaved with wheat. Arsantln
crop damage report and active cash de
mand nere from the east gave the mar
ket some Independent strength. Rainy
weather made oats easy. Besides, no
exuort sales were noted.
Provisions sagged on account of lower
prices for hog. On the break, however,
offerings passed Into strong hands.
Kenan City Onus aad prevtstoa.
KA NBAS CITY. April 21. WHEAT
No. 2 hard. l,V4il.M; No. 2 red. tl.M'-.tJ
165: Mav. $l.62'g;. July, $1.27H; September.
CORN No. 2 mixed, 77c: No. t whit.
TSc; No. 2 yellow. 77 "c; No. $, 77c; May,
T6c: July. 7c; September. 77d1fT!ie..
OATS No I white. MiffttU-: No. 2
HUTT'ii; Creamery, 29c; flrat. 27e;
seconds, 2fc: racking, 17'c.
EGGS Firsts, 174c; seconds. 17c.
roULTHY liens. 14-; rooster,
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA. April 19.-PHAIRIE
Choice upland. $13i911.li0,
be extra choice In light
to bring $13 M), No. 1. $12 Mil 13.00; No. 2.
tl0.60tfll.6fl; No. $, t00t'10.0u; choice mid
land, $12.60013.00, must be choice and light
bales to bring $13 00; No. 1, 13 0CK.rU V;
No. 2. tlO.KHfll 60: No. t, $80fl10.00; choice
lowland, $10.04ilOM; No. 1. t.1 10.00;
No. 2. f00aw; No. , $.00fl00.
STRAW Choice wheat straw Is quota
ble at $.004j 60.
ALFALFA Choice pea green, fine stem,
leafv, $14.00: No. 1, ti$.00tfll.t0; No. 2,
$10.00(iri2.t; No. 3, $7.00ig'10.0u.
1.1 Te pool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. April 21 WHEAT Spot.
No. 2 Manitoba. 13s lOd; No. 1, lXs 7d;
No. 2 hsnl winter, 13s 6d; No, 2 red west
ern, 13 4V1.
OORN-Spot Ainerlcsn mixed, new, ft
3d; American mixed, oid, 8s Vtd; La Plata,
mixed. a Id.
- Bt. I.oa I Grain Market.
HT. LOUIS. April 21. WHBAT-Nn. 2
red. 1.63Tl.es: No. 2 hard. ll.MHtfl.W;
Msy. tl.K4: July. $1 . Is'vtf 1 . 29.
( ORN-No $, 77Wc; No. 2 white, T9i90e;
May. 77V; July, 79e.
OATS No. 2. 6tHyfic; No. t white, 6iViO.
April 1.1 ,
April t. $ IS t 47
Aliiil 7.1 9 -'
April $. & I t 47
April 10 4 Hi 8 $;
April 11 I 1 67
April Hi w
April 111 7 0-tl I U
April II HS I
74i 7 (Ml $210 411 7$
j 7 S4 $ an UI l
8 79 1 1 U 10 IS) $90
t fa! T W UI10 16 J
1 id t w It mi $ n
8 911 7 i $ 86,10 n
$ 94j T 661 t Tl J
$ fcl t Ml f 6 I 01
n' 1 1 sot $ tl 4 90
April 18 T OTHl 8 Ml I 7H T Ml t $7 f8
April l: T 19il 8 481 8 T ' M fj
April IT 7 4T 111 W", ...
April 18 It ou, 8 79) J 7"1 6 , f 14
April 1H T 3S' It 7t T 691 6 98 1 t 89 J M
Inrll an 1 111. B Ml 7 til 8 113 8 901 t 91
April 21 ..... . IM 7 641 6 631 t 90, f
April tli T yt! 6 46 I T 641 6 881 8 9"!
Bundav ..... u
Receipts snd disposition or live siols
t the Uplon Blotk Yerda. South Omaha,
for tha twentv-four hours sndlng at
RLl tlris-t A ni.v.' 1 r.
Cattle. Hog. Sheep. Hll.
M. & St. P
Wabash 7 t
Mlasouii Pacific ... t 1
Union Pacific a.
C. N. W.. eat ... 14 7
C. N. W.. wet... M
C. St. P.. M. A O..S7 10
C, H. V Q.. eat.. 7 J
C., It. U.. '. " e.
c. R. I. P.. eat.. 10 I
II I. weai. j
llllnola Central ... 9 $
Chicago Ot. West. 6 7
Totals 340 162 I
Cattle. Hog. Sheep
Morris A Co J '
Pwlft St l '
Cud.hy Parking Co....L4!. l.xa
Armour - Co i.i"
Schwarts Co .if?
J W. Murohv -'
Lincoln Packing CO.
Bouth Omaha Pkg. Co
aether, fair to good. f7.7M)..00; ew,
good to choice. $.0i.oO; ewes, fair to
141 fed lambs If 38
21 fed ewes H 7 7n
tl feeder ltnbs !.. 61 8 7A
93 shorn buck 147 6 0"
97 rull bucks ! 134 4 On
S3 fed ewes 94
16 culls ! 92
18 fed lambs 71
HORSES Llbersl receipts, with
nfferlnss alwiWinf better OUSlitV.
some of the feature or tne nore mrei
thin week. Good elsse of hore weigh
ing from !,$ pound and up, were tn
good retiuest and i ri-e howed an ad
vance of $.".. and $10.00 a head, as com
i.ared mlth Is week trade. The under-
lone In thla branch of the market wa
strong and a very satisfactory clesrlng
w made, tne enter outlet oeing 10 war
horse buyers snd to the commercial
trade In the eastern state. There wa
no place for the th'n and outelaed
horso. a such kinds were slow ale,
with price barelv tedy. The clear
ance on that kind a a anything hut
tlfctorv. like it has been most of the
eann thu far. The home buslne In
farm horses Is tne worsi in yesr mnn
ha shown little Improvement a the sea
son advanc. There la still little Inquiry
from the southern buyers, though busi
ng In that nuartsr 1" expected to pick
up again In the near future.
LIGHT SENTENCES FOR THREE
Judjr. Robert E. Lewit Sends to
Jail Three Who Changt Their
Pleat to Guilty.
HOWELL URGES CLEMENCY
Ariiolel Open. Hlgh, low. Close.) Yca'y
1 67 1 1H 1 $7 i
1 $4'. 1 36V, 1 I4i!
TT 7SS 77W
7!W M'al 7M
. 6KT, 670 MTi
bSW 66T 66Tk
18 00 IS 10 17
18 46 18 Vt It 40
10 J7H 10 42H 10 36
10 o 10 66
10 46 10 62H 10 46
10 72V, 10 Ki 10 72V,
18 0?1 18 or.
18 47Vk 18 60
State Bank Bldg.
In a t-room bungalow, haa oak finish
In three rooms, one a sun room; beam
ceilings, bookcases, window seat, fine
large kitchen, with convenient pantry and
Icebox room- furnace heat; cemented
baaement; fine lot; paved street; close
to car; located near 19th and Laird St.
Easy terms, or lot taken as first payment-
lOtf Mci.'ague Bldg.
FOR SALE Best larre body hlgb-grad
medium-priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
BBAJj ESTATE LOANS
FARMERS, do you need money? We ne
gotiate for farm loans, t or 10 years, at
per cent, dealing direct with bor
rower. 2V per cent straight commission;
correspondence solicited. Address Dept.
V. Security Farm Loan Ass'n, 30 N. Dear
born St.. Chicago, III.
$10 TO llC.Oui made promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Bid., Uth and Farnam Bta
CITY and farm loans, 6, 6V. 6 par cenL
J. H. Pumont A Co.. 41$ State Bank.
WANTED City loans and warraui. W.
Farnam Smith at Co.. 10 Faruam St
ilONEY on hand for city and farm loaoa
H. W. Binder. City National bank Bldg.
WANTED City luaua potere Trust Co.
fEE ua first for farm lua ia eastern
Neb. United States Trust Co.. Omaha.
CITY LOANS. C O. Carlbarg.
210-811 Brandela Theater Bldg.
OUAH A homes. East Nebrsska lariul
O'KEKKK REAL FJSTATE CO..
I0it Omaha National, f-none Douglas ITU.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE, MODERN.
Hot water heat, full cemented cellar,
full attic, good porch for Ice box, beautl-
iui view, gfiod nelgnoorhood. all . own
their own homes; close to schools and
churches. to0 will give you possession.
balunce like rent. 4617 N. 39th St. Key
next door north.
C. M. EATON.
1108 W. O. W. Bldg. D. 1981.
30T1I AND FORT
Six rooms, oak finish, full basement.
all modern, south front lot, paved street.
gooa location, ngnt on car line; price,
$3,100; cash payment down, balance terms.
C. IK CARLBERG,
$12 Brandela Theater Bldg.
i-ROOM, modern house, H block to car.
)tvl sirvei, si.sw. nil. svo.
at Public Auctloa a beautiful residence
lot at auction. Lot No. L block No. a.
In First Druid Hill addition, Omaha, to
be sold at public auction Tnursdsy. April
22. at 2:8 p. m., to IA" highest bidder
for easn. 1 ot eiear. tine guaranteed.
TAKE AMEH AVE. CAR. get off at eth
and walk one block south to Boyd. For
other Information and auction safes dates
call Red 7.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS.
Homes For Sale
1102 S. 32d St. 8-room all modern houae.
on comer of 32d and Pacific Sta. Fine
tree, large yard, 60x171, room In rear for
St. Loul flat.
$127 Mason St., S-room all modern houae.
In god repair. Lot 40x120. Neighborhood
2426 Spencer St., 6-room all modern
house, one-half block from car line, two
blocks from school. Ixt 40x127.
630 N. 41st St., -room all modern house,
one block from car line, two blocks from
public school. Lot 60x110.
A. C. Kennedy,
30 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Douglas 722.
High and Sightly
Brand new home on a beautiful south
front rorner lot, almost walking distance,
finished with finest kind of stucco. In
terior finished in oak. with large firs
place, beams, window sest and tiled bath.
Three fine bedroom upstairs, with attic
above. All rooms very large and lots of
windows. Price $1,760, and term csn be
JEFF W. BEDFORD SON,
309 State Bank Bldg. Doujglas 8320.
Chicago Cash Prices Whest: No 1 red'
tl.eoai.60V,; No. 2 hard, tl.fOV,. Com: No.
2 yellow, 79c; No. 4 yellow, 77V4'Sf77Vic.
Oate: No. $ white. 67V(j'.''8c: standard.
68GSRHe. Rye: No. 2, 81.17. Barley. M
82c. Seeds: Timothy, $4.60ft.; clover,
18 vai2.76. Provlalons: Pork, $17.45; lard.
$ 97V4; ribs. t9.!7V10.00.
BUTTEK-Steady; receipts, 8.18K tubs,
creamery extras. 2Hc; extra firsts. 27Vjc;
firsts. avJKVy:; seconds, 224jC4c; packing
EGGS Unchanged: receipts. 80.834 cases;
at mark, cases Included. ISfjIHVso; ordi
nary firsts. 18'aHH8'ic; firsts, 19V4i 19Vtc.
POTATOES-Hteady: recefrts, 23 cars;
Michigan and Wisconsin red, 2fM0c.
POULTRY-Hlgher; fowls. 16c; springs,
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 21-WHEAT -J8av.
$1.6t,V: July. tl.&Hs bid; No. 1 hard,
$1.1: No. 1 northern. $1.67V4ei tlV4; No.
2 northern. tt.62V1.684.
t:OHN-No. I yellow. 7SVif978tc.
OATS No. 1 white. 644ir)V4c.
SEEDS Flax, tl W'dl-WV
F. vapors ted Apples aad Dried Pralts
NEW YORK. April 21. EVAPORATEX
DRIED FRUITS Prune dull and easy.
Apr loots d peaches neglected. Raisins
CHICAGO LIVF. STOCK MARKET
Cattle tnsettled Hogs W'ra to
CHICAGO. April 21. CATTLE Re-
celDts. Itl.ono head; market unsettled; n
live hef steirs. $.l.Vb6.70: western steers,
$.".65r7.50: row and heifer. ta.0UUS.3J;
calve. 80.20476 75.
HOGS Receipt. 2.,ono nean; market
weak; 64H0r lower: bulk of sales, t7.4e.4f
7.65: light, $7.4vtt7.90; mixed, $7.8Mi7.7i);
heavy. $6.9G4T7.t0; rough, $6.95417.16; pigs.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 17.000
head: market easy, sheep, $7.60(8 8.66;
St. LoaU Live BtaeU Market.
ST. LOUIS, April 21. C A TTLE Re
ceipts. 2,300 head; marke'. higher; native
beef steers. t7.ft"4lH.60: yearlings and heir
ers, $n.00tl.00; cows, i.WW, $6; atockers
and feeders, $(i.0O4)'7.76; southern steers,
$5.2r4i7.;&; cows snd hrltcrs, 4.uu(o.to; na
live calve. 3.0(Vfi9.50.
HOGS Receipts, 7,200 head; market
lower? nlsa and llchts. M.004i7.80: mixed
snd butchers. $7.!5a7.lW: good heavy, $7.60
A, 7 7ft
HHKTCI' AND LAMBS Receipts. 900
hesrf: market strong: ewes. $6.604r4.
lambs, $9.HC.10.76; sheared lambs, $x.7."4
910; yearlings. $8.6(i4J9.60; sheared year
lings, $7,008 7. 76
Kansas City Live Seek Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo April S1.-CATTLK
Receipts, 6,000 head; market higher;
prime fed steers, $X.IOfl.76; dressed heef
steers. $7.35.O0; western steers, tT.OOjJ
8 (H). stocker and feeders. $6 6006.60; bulls,
i, V 0 ; cslves, $.0IWi,2i.
HfH 18 Receipts. 6,600 hssd: msrket
steadv : bulk of ealea, I7.404C7.66: heavv.
$7.40417.60; packer and butchers $7.4041
7.65; llsht. t7.4tHff7.ro; Pigs. 8.n4l7.3h. .
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. .0
head: market lower; lambs, $7Mli1fli;
yearllnaa. $7.6O4.60; wether, $7.00H$76;
Blaaa City Live Stack Marke.
BIOUX CITY, la.. April 21.-CATTLrC-Recelpts.
1,00) head; market 10c lower:
native steers. tJ.OOrrta.OO: butchers. $5 268
7.30; cows and heifers. IS.OOwl.lt; canners.
t3.6044.75; Blockers and feeders. $a.7.Viy
7.40: calve, t6.00tif.00; bulls, slags, etc.,
H(K1S Receipt. 4,000 head: market lAc
1 ..... tn WU-OM Aft mll.fl ST
7 824; light. $7.26jf7.80; bulk of sale. $7.27',
Oidahv from K.
w. B. vanant 10......
Benton, Vanaant L..
F. B. Lewis
J. B. Root Co.i
J. H Bulla
1.. F. HUBS
MoCreary Kellogg ..
H. F. Hamilton
Rothschild A Krena ...
Mo. Kan. Calf Co....
Bsker, Jones Smith.
Dennis ft Frsnois
Judge Robert B. Iwls In federal court
Wednesday Imposed light sentences on
three men Indicted by the grand iury
who had previously pleaded not guilty,
but had changed their pleas to guilty.
In ths rase ot Ralph Martin, colored.
Inulcted for having morphine In his pos
srtslon. United State Attorney Howell
declared that he did not feel Inclined now
tt ask penitentiary sentences for men ar
rtsted under the new 'dope" laws, with
hahlta binding them ahlch could not be
thrown off at once. He said he would
k harder sentence after the Isw ha
operated longer. The law provides a
maximum fine nf tJ.O and imprisonment
up to five years. Msrtln w.is given thirty
dsys In jail.
Alfred Rlchardeon colored. Was sen
tenced to a year and a day In the Leav
enworth prison for stealing a pine table
frcm an open bog car In ths Burlington
Frank Puerto, a young Italian who hat
been In thla country only two years,
pleaded guilty of writing a threatening;
letter to Alphlo Garrotto, a grocer, de
manding 1200 and threatening to kill Gar
rotte's little daughter if the mones was
Garrotto was In court and said Pucrlo
wss "good boy." P'Jcclo has been In Jail
five month and the court sentenced hint
to sixty days In Jail upon Mr. Howell's
atstement that ths government Intends
to deport him ss an undeslrabls rtrlsen.
-i 1 ri 1 t.-s u ..Ini m war
tltl morning, 246 cars being Ji""'"
recelpta for the three daya this
amounts to M.741 head, being the
since three weeks "" i'r,TL.i ii.lA?
year ago by about a.OOO head. Good ''
cattle were In active demand at steady
NEW YORK. April 21.-X)FFEE-The
market for futures waa more active to
day after opening unchanged to 3 points
lower, prices rallied with the close
steady at a net advance of 1 to 6 point.
The opening decline reflected some scat
tering Msy liquidation and local trad
selling of near muoths, but houses with
European connections were buyer and
there appeared to be rather a better osr
ni lesion house demand. Salea for tha day
were M.U bags; Airtl. lie; May, .Uc;
Juna, t uc: July, 7 Jo; August. 7.37c;
September, 1 ; O-tober, T lt-, November.
V ;; Daosmber, i.twtc, January, 7.bkc;
f"ebruary, TT': Man li, 7.80c. Spot steady;
Rio No. T. TV: Santo No. 4. loc. Very
ft-w offers were reported In the roet and
iielgiit market, owing to the holiday In
Itraxil. No change waa reported In either
of tho Brazilian markets or In the rate
of lilo exchange on London.
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
. BUTTER No. 1, l-lu. cartons. 31e; No.
1. 80-lh. tubs. 29c.
CHEESE Imported Swiss. J2e; Ameri
can Swiss, Wc: block Swiss; lie; twins.
lVc; daisies. 17Vc; triplets. I'Hc; Young
Ainerisa, lc; blue label brick, lsVic; Hin
burger, 2-lb., 20c; 1-lb,, 20c: New York
white, Uc; imported French Roquefort,
FISH Trout, 14c; lsrre crapples. )6c;
halibut, Uc; channel catfish. 15c. herring,
8c; codfish. 13c- mackerel, 16c; salmon, sc.
SWEET POTATOES-Kansaa $2.76 bbl.
BEEF CUTS-Rlbs: No. 1, IGVic; No.
2, 16c; No 8, 14c. Loins: No. 1, lite;
No. 2, 18c; No. $, lc. Chucks: No. 1.
9V,c; No. 2. kc; No. 3. 8'e. Rounds:
No. 1. 12V,c; No. 2. l!c: No. 3, HSc.
Pistes: No. 1, 8c; No. 2. 74c; No. 3. 7o.
POULTRY Broilers, 20c; spring chick
ens, Uc; hens. 14c: cocks. 8Vc; roosters,
tVr1-. stags. c; ducks. 16c; geese, log;
turkeys, 134716c; pigeons, per doa. (Oc;
duck, full feathered, lis'; geese, full
feathered, 8c; squabs. No. L tl.tu; No.
Fruit snd vegetable prices furnished by
Gllllnslil Fruit company:
FRUITS-Orsnges: E'xtra fancy Cali
fornia navela, all sixes, $3 per box; extra
fancy California navels, all sixes, S box
lots or more, $2.9u per box; fancy Call
fornla navels, all sixes, $2.75 per box;
fancy California navels, all alxra. i box
luts or more, $2.ti6 per box. Lemons:
Fancy Sunklst. 300s, 3tius, $4 60 per box;
choice Red Ball. $3.60 per box. Grape
fruit: Ms. $2; . tilt; 64a. $1.60; 4a.
12 75 per box. Apples: Extra fancy
White Winter Pearmalnes. $1 60 Der box;
extra fancy Genoa, $1.50 per box.
Bananas: 13 to $2 26 per bunch, 4c lb.
Strawberries: Ixiulslsna pints, $3.25 case.
VEG ETA H LF-S California new cab
bage, 5 to 100 lb. crates, $Vc per lb. Cel
ery: tl, nos. Head lettuce: 31 dos. I-eaf
Icttuoa. 40c dos. unions: Yellow, 2c lb.;
Texas Bermudas, white. $2.26 par crate;
Texas Bermudas, yellow. $2 per crate.
Artichokes, li.fai dos. Endive. 36c dos.
Brussel sprouts: 'Mr lb. Pepers: 60c
per basket. Tomatoea: Fancy, 34 60 per
crate; choice. 34 per crate. Radlahea: buo
per dos. Turnips: 60c do. Spinach: tOc
ices, while heavy cattle M mrMm
lightweight wers slow to 1t',?wir
The msrket ss a whole might be de
scribed as stedy to possibly as much a
Ion lower In spota . . .
Good helfors and cows on the nelr
order were free sellers st stesdy prl.-c.
Hough snd heavy cows wera slow and a
much as lOo lower In some esse.
Blockers and feeders were free sellers at
good, firm prices. .
Quotations on cattle: Good to ehde
eornfed beeves. t7h0; fair to good
cornfed beevea, t7 Mrnt.M; common to fair
eornfed beeves, l7.tWi1.60; good to choice
heifers. $.75t(8.0o; good to 'hole cows,
$(. 500.10; fair Id goodcpw, $5.68.Wi,
common to fair cows $176tf.60 ; good to
nholoa stockers and feeders. t7.a.Oi'!
fair to good atockers and feeders fl.Wv
7.40- common to fair atockera and feeder.
$ii0o7.10; stock heifers. tfi.6MI6.86: sto'k
cows, tV504rii.60; stork calves. $.$;
veal calves, $7 OO41 10.00; fst nulls, stags,
Ste.,$4.7?i6.2f; stock bulls, $6.$S1.M.
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Clark Denies that
He Has Ever Kissed
. Mrs, Edith Hicks
Under oath this afternoon, on tha wit
ness stand. A. A. Clark denied that ha
ever kissed Mrs. Edith Hicks, or ever
proposed kissing her. However, ha testi
fied that she was on his sleeping porch
at his hems and there and then asked
htm for (TE. which he refused to give to
Buy Big Horses Here
for Use in Pittsburgh
Hugh McAfee, offlclel of ths Pitts
burgh Plat Glass company, hla brother.
Jsmes McAfee, president of the Con
solidated lea company of Pittsburgh, and
F. W. GUI, s leading coal man ef tha
smoky city, called at tha office ef As
sistant Postmaater Woodard Wednesday
under escort ef E. H. Ollmors, m personal
Mr. Gilmore exhibited a letter written
by Mr. Hugh McAfee from ths Fontanel!
hotel when he wasn't certain of getting
to meet Mr. OUmore. In ths letter ha
"Omaha Is without any doubt tha finest
Inland oily I have aver seen."
"The longer we stay here the better we
like It." said James McAfee. . .
"Did you come clean from Pittsburgh?"
ssked someone, trying te pull the eld
"Well, we washed up a bit In Chicago, '
ssll Mr. Gill.
The party Is enroute te Crforai and
Mr. McAfee of the Consolidated Ic
company bought a carload ef horses here
whlcn will be shipped to Pltuburgh to
pull ths Ice wagons of that city this
AND LA MBB Receipts, 300
St. Joseek Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. April 21 CATTLE Ra
relots. 1.300 liesd: market strong: steers.
t7.OTKfjS.50: cows and heifers, t4.0nQ4.36;
calves. 86 000 7 60.
HOGS Receipts. 8100 hesd: market
lower; top, $7.52i: bulk. $7.4iW7.60.
SHEEf AM la,ivirir neieims.
head; market dull; lumbs. lo.ouwi.
NEW YORK. April 21 M ETAI J-Isd.
easy at M.i.mn.ai; lora. uv u i.
liHer, strong St $1I.7W W.tt; ionaon. m.
Tin. unsettled: spot. $40.00fl0.00. Cooper.
firm; electrolytic. $17. u; casting, fl7.3o.
Iron, quiet and unchanged.
At liondon: !'ot copper, an i:i m; fu
tures. 78 7s d. Spot tin. I'M ss; fu
tures. 14 lf.a. Antimony, 87).
NBW YORK. April 21.-COTTON-Spot.
quiet; middling uplands. 10.40c; sales. 1WI
Tne market cuiseti ai a nei aecune or
from 12 to 16 points.
LIVERPOOL, Anrn zi. - nun-rpor,
essier; ood middling, .12c: middling,
5id; low middling, 6.3d. Sales, lu.OoO
PIONEERS TO CELEBRATE
HERE ON ARBOR DAY
The Douglas County Pioneers' associa
tion has arranged special exercises for
Arbor day, which will be held at Masonlo
temple, beginning at noon Thursday.
Msyor Dahlman Is to deliver the address.
Rev. Charles E. Cohhey will deliver the
Invocation. Musical numbers ars to be
rendered by Miss Gracs Pool, Mrs. J. E.
Daly, Mrs. Charles Thlem, William
1 tethering ton, Edward Clark and John
McCreary. John G. Kuhn will be among
the speakers. Ths program will follow a
dinner to be served at noon.
hi H I M M
l4 t CW 1 MS $ I
III t II 1 ) I 11
mi T at 1 10 in
M 7 M 3 le
HTix ivl . . AN r ..
14 7 7 to II T1 T M
41 74 1 M II Il 7 H
17 Ill 7 14 ft U I M
14 Ml 1M
HOGS Kuppiii' amounted to about 144
car, or .u head, bringing the total for
the three day up to 2M44 head. This Is
lightly smaller than for last Week, but
l.ooi) larger than last year.
ShliiDlna orders ware not ao large H on
previous days of the week, and ths Ihlp
Mrs' early Durchases. which were made
at mostly 6c lower prices, accounted for
only a small share of the moderate run.
nig end of me snipping saies mini on
the earlv rounds landed at 17.40, with a
few hunches as high as $7.46.
The light liipier buying gave peckers
a pretty fair showing to pick rrom and
they mad their early offers at flgurea
that were a flat dime lower than yester
Seller were asking stesay price snd
naturally put up a fight against such a
large concession as packers demanded.
This made trad absolutely deed until
nearly midday, but In the end buyers fer
ried their point, and when the big end
of the packing hoga sold it was at prices
wist aere anoui a aune lower.
The big end of the killing grades moved
st f.30. with quite a sprinkling up lo ti.40,
and a few loada as high aa $7.46. Today's
decline leaves prices on killers lower than
they were Monday, while shippers are
fully steadv with the week's ooenlng.
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57..A.. S04 12 T I T in 1 7 17
4 rrt to IN It M IN
U 7G ... 7 H 244 ... T 40
II 144 ... 1 It 44 114 ... T 41
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SHEEP The trad In aheep and lamb
was pretty much a repetition ot what It
ha been for aome time. The receipt
were t.7u0 head, as against $.217 a week
ago and 6.221 en the corresponding day
a year ago. The general market waa
low and dull most of the forenoon, witu
the packers trying lo fill orders on a
lower bast ana the sellers ssking higher
price. Toward tha noon hour a trading
basis wa arrived at and It wn not long
before ths big bulk of the lambs found
an outlet on packing account at prices
anywhere from steady to a dim fewer.
As of lata, the few old aheep available
eonslsted mostly of ewes, among which
were some that sold to arrive at $8.50,
steady with yesterday.
The week's receipt to date foot up
28.144 head, a compared with 29.44 for
the aam day last week, 23,616 two week
ago and 26.412 a yesr ago. Aged sheep
have lieen scarce,
uuotatlona on sheep and lambs: Umbi,
light. $lfl.6oral0 76: lamb, heavy. $10.10(1
10 t0, lambs, shorn. K2&88 7I, yearlings,
light, $ 6UA.; yearlings, heavy, t f M
too, wether, good to choice, $s.00m.50;
August Titlen Dies
from Shot in Thigh
August Tttlen of Ogden, Utah, who wss
shot tn tha left hip Mondsy night while
sitting on a railroad track at Fifth and
Webster streets, died at Bt. Joseph's hos
pital where he had been tsksn by police
surgeons. Titlen had heard a noise In
tho brush behind him and he called
Whet's olng on there?" His answer
was tho shot which proved fatal. James
O'Hesrn. who was with Titlen at the
time, was held until Tuesdsy by tha
police, but hss ben released.
M'ARDLE SUES TO COLLECT
PAY FOR SWIMMING POOL
Philip McArdle la plaintiff In stilt In
diitdlct court brought agalnat the Metro
politan Conservatory of Arts, Nathaniel
E. Read, Abe Flnkrnateln, James B. Cot
vln, Wlllard & Chsmbers and Ore P.
Cf smbers on a note for $450, alleged due
The court Is Informed In the petlttoa
tl.at the note Is one of several totaling
tr.000 given at the time ef the purchaae
by the defendants of the swimming- pool
snd fixtures In ths Metropolitan club
ho us, 2301 Harney.
ADMIRAL SCHLEY'S AUNT
KILLED BY AUTOMOBILE
ATLANT. Ga. April tl.-Mrs. Vir
ginia Bchley, 75 years old. an aunt ef the
late Rear Admiral Wlnfleld Scott Bchley.
was struck and killed by an automobile
In front of her home hers lats last night
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