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TUK PEE: OMAHA, lUfOW, MAY 14. 10.:.
Hnurl and alU(ra.
JVR RENT-1 rooms. 3-stnry. Ml S. 23 t
St.; steam heated, meiifrn, walking
distance; can not more than rent from
For Rent 10 rooms. 2-story. 819 R. 5fth
St.: Mim hfit, modern. waJklng dis
tance; can get mors than rent from M
Inquire James NeYllle. Iinfl Neville Blk.
Phong Douglas 247-4,
SKT:. L'A'jDWFJ,lf- (rood room on on
floor, modern except heat. rs.W-lwo de
sirable tenant. Webster
NEW, etrtoUy modern 7-room house.
1416 8. 10th. Phone D. 470 for par
ticular. FOR RENT-$65.00
Dwelling, 414 So. 38th St. ; tiled
vestibule, reception hall, front
and back parlors, dining room
and kitchen, 5 bed rooms, 2
bath rooms, hot water heat,
garage. All in first class con
dition. Location A-l. Benj.
6. Baker. Phones D482, II317,
112.00 ISM No. lth 6t., 3-r. and bath.
115.00 SIM So. 21d St.. 6-r. and bath.
J22.60 2672 Spalding St., 6-r. and bath.
27.bO 2712 Sherman Ave.. 6-r.. all mod.
V have a large list of good houses.
PAYNB INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Douglas 1751. Ware Block.
8619 CAI.JJWKLL Walking distance;
rooms, modem except heat; first-class
condition; rent reasonable. Web. 872.-
209 CALDWELL J?lx rooms, partly mod
ern, 216; adults only; walking distance.
BEMI3 PAHIC 34'4 Hawthorne, rooms.
strictly modern; lot end location most
desirable ; good value at For $45.
Wobstor 372. or TViicIbs 3017.
2 S. IsT I HI. 3-ronin house, modern,
213 50. Webster '-"72
6IX-KOOM, modern house, located at
2710 Decatur St.; will be vacant May 1;
$271 per month. Phone H 64.12,
Stores moves, packs, ships; 8-horse van
and 2 men, tl.; er hr.; storage 12 per
mo. Satisfaction gunr. P. 4.' At Ty. 230.
T-KOOM modem, osk finish, 601-606 Park
Ave. $10 and 242. If. 1C10.
Wa have a complete list of all houses,
apartments and Hats that are for rent
This list can be seen free of char?e at
Omaha Van Storage Co.. 806 S. 16th St.
J. C. Reed
Bxp. no., moving,
packing A storage.
12u7 Farnam. D. 6144.
Gordon Van Co. S;
tit N. 11th St. Tel. D. 3!4 or Web. lfcl
Van and Storage
..'o. Call us tor es
timates for mov
ing, pai-niug, shipping. 1:1a Webster St.
SEE the Central Furniture Stores. FREK
FOR RENT 7-room house, all nodern.
?4.tf Parker St.
TTnuena Creigh Sons & Co.. Dee .Bldg.
AXUUBIB , oll pal.ls of tn clty.
Stores ana Offices.
NEW modern storeroom, 603 North 16th
street; low rent. Conrad Young, 223
Brandels Theater. Long. 1571.
MODERN store near corner Sixteenth
and Chicago; low rent. U. P. Stebbins.
WANTED TO BUY
Tale buy everything i& hand. Tyler 141.
OKifiCa. lurnllure bought and sold. J.
C ttaad. law Farnam, Doug. 614. ..
WASTED TO RENT
ROOM in private family In exchange for
piano lessons. Address A 427, Bee.
, REAL ESTATE
FARM A RANCH LANDS FOB SALE
Live Oak Colonies, none better. W. T.
Smith Co., 913-14 City Nat. Bk.D.2kJJ.
All counties; catalogue tree. Write C.
M. Woosier Co., Phelan Bid-., San Fraiie
Cisco. Established 30 years.
BUT CANADA LANDS.
The opportunity at present to obtain
acm bargains are given by a lumber
company operating 4 local yards.
They have been compelled to take over
several farms, eacn peing nan sections
and all improved and uow under cultl
vaiion. Crop prosrtjets now excellent.
purciiasum having opportunity to buy
these farms for the amount of the claim
of the lumber company. Anyone inter
ested, write the head office or the Lurn
ber Manufacturers Yards, Ltd., Reg In,
COLUMBUS. KANSAS. FARM.
136 acres, I'm miles from a good town of
4.300 ueopie. liuua set or cunnings.
acres in wheat, ' acres In oats. Hi acres
In corn. 10 acres In kafir corn and 30
acres In pasture, Plaeo la gently roll'
ing and in high state of cultivation.
price tU.OU). bJasy terms.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY
Omaha, )&ih and Farnam.
0. SO OR !60 ACRES, good heavy soil. In
weil settled part ol loud county. Muni.
goad roiuis, schools ana churches; piles
U to 2-0 per acre; terms, tl per act
tauh, balance i per acre a year uniu
lauu is puiu lui, t per cent interest.
Write a und uesci iptici. of your land
SHU Build 1L ku liic 0iuu , n-t juvi un
"Iowa's Most Powerful Want A
Medium." Twenty-live worjsevciy Frlda
evenitig, Sbtuiday nioiiunt; and ever
Suturaay evoning and Sundby morniii
(or odd month, giving fcixueti ads o
twelve dileient days tur U. or 50 wordi
... nl ... b.
91. ur iu ww.uw.
Largest tiixuiaiion of any Iowa news
paper, 44,uuu loaders daily in four gieal
GOOD Sotb Missouri laud on railroad,
In wed settled locally, ilj per aero.
Email or large farms on u ttiins.
Literature free. D. Merrtain, Ellis, Ben
ton. Kansas City, K arias.
COUNTRY HOME NEAR OMAHA.
$11,000 buys a highly improved .'arm,
consisting of about 61 acres located on
one of our boulevards out from the city,
only a 40-ninute's ride. Good water sys
tem, small amount of fruit, some alfalfa,
tame hay. nice large beautiful shads
trees and all kinds of hrubberv and
about 10 acres ot natural timber, rnaklm;
beautiful park. This la an Ideal propo
sition for handling thoroughbred stock of
any kind. Living spring in pasture.
C. It. COMBS,
Hi Brandela Theater Hldg. Omaha. D 391.
TO SELL LAND
quickly and profitably, you must reach
tiiuse who are at the present time uicst
interested! in farm lands.
Tbe Iowa farmer is today the best farm
laud prospr.Lt In the United States. The
Des Muinea Capital with 24u.uki dslly
readers can put your proposition squarely
befuro a iarger number of thesu 1Kb
prespects than any other Iowa news
paper. Out circulation U guaranteed tbe
largest in Iowa. We w ill lutcrl a M w otd
ad 1" days for only 22. oo (add 6c for each
additional word). Our regular prhe ia lo
per word pier day. You aie 50c on th:s
offer. To sell your land tomorrow, send
your ad loday to
THE PES MOINES ' A PITA L.
TO WALNUT ST. DES MOINES. IA.
ABSTRACT Of TITLE
Title Guarantee and Abstract
Co., a modern abstract office,
iS So. 17th St. Phone D. 44X7.
REED Ali.-TRACT Co.. ot-lesl abstract
" offloe In Nebrassa. 2u hrsndels Thea.
Pk. Bldg. U. 2232.
HEAL KRTATE NORTH SIDE
You Can Well Afford
to Wait for
Big Lot Sale Saturday
Watch papers for complete, announcement
Friday evening and Saturday morning.
IT. M. CHRISTIE, Mgr. Real Estate Dept.
13-JO Farnam Street. Douglas KHU.
Open for Sale
LOTS $505 TO $1,800
A FEW SLIGHTLY HIGHER
FOK INFORMATION CALL
H. H. HARPER
1013-14 CITY NATIONAL BANK BLDG., MAIN OFFICE,
OFFICE ON THE GROUND, WALNUT 2812.
RKAIi ESTATE LOANS
WE ARK always in funds to make good
farnt and ritv loans.
PETERS TRUST CO.,
1G22 Farnam St.
FARM LOANS. 5 PER CENT.
TO LAND & TRUMBULL, 448 Bee Bldg.
TO 210,000 made promptly. F.
lKth and Farnam Bte.
CITY and farm loans, 6, 6V. t per cent.
J. H. Dumont A Co.. 416 State Bank.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co.. 1220 Farnam Bt
BEB ua first for farm loans in eastern
Neb. United States Trust Co.. Oniiiha.
CITY LOANS. C. O. Carlberg,
210-212 Brandels Tneater Bldg.
OMAHA homes. F.ast Nebraska farms.
O'KKKl- E REAL ESTATE CO..
Ml 2 Omaha National. Phone Iwiuulas 2711
MONEY on hand for city and farm loana
H. W. Binder, City National Bank Bldg.
. If You
Want to Sell
Farm at the
FI ND A BUYER.
More than 21'0,0u0 of farm Kales were
made through our office within the last
week. We have a number of buyers for
PAYNE IN VESTMENT CO.,
15th and Farnam, Omaha.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
Balance $15 Per
Nearly new 4-room cottase. on car line,
northwest part of city. 11,7'Hj, full lot.
R. H. Landeryou
202 Neville Blk. Douglas 67tf
r lorence ojo.
TWO FINE LOTS
on gouthwest corner of 27th and Burt
Sts , Omaha. Will sell onu or both n
easy terms Corner lot. tl.luu, next lot
to corner, ll.'M'. Tl.eae lot lay nice and
ar In walking distance. A big b.trtiu. a
Room I, First Nat l Hank l-.ldg.. Council
Bluffs, la. Ph. ne .1 i
"1 ROOMS, all modern, in the north part
of the c'1, 2i Tenon: tl' la-di and
12.'. monthlj. Walnut UJ.)
HEAL ESTATE XORTfl SiDB
Smith & Co.
REAL ESTATE DUNDEE.
REAL ESTATE: NORTH SIDE
large floored a'tito, with ample space for
two inure rooms ana nam; city water,
electric lights, full cement basement.
veuirni whiks; price, si.sjv; siw casn.
balance $20 g montn. Located 4416
Spauldlng St., Just south of the park.
Keys at 3724 North 44th Ave. Stop pay
ing rent and become a home owner.
C. G. CARLBERG
312 Brandela Theater Bldg.
FOR SALE 7-room house, all modern,
except heat. large lot and shade
treee. $2,700. At 2723 Meredith Ave.
For terms see H. H. Mocller. 1824 8th
Ave.. Council Bluffs, la.
6 LOTS WITHIN 4 BLOCKS
OF 40TH AND GRAND AVE.
Four blocks to car, six blocks to Grand
Ae. school. l-av hleh and slshtlv.
Have city water. Will sell on terms of
aown, . per week. These lota are
local en in AK-!ar-Ben Hill Addition.
HASTINGS & H EYDEN. 1414 Harney St
A beautifully finished and decorated
home; oak floors on both first and second
floors. This home has 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
neat, screens, including screens for front
porch; 60-foot lot by 130 feet deep; paved
street; only one-hair block from school.
Price. $2.9fA Very easy terms. Located
iSil Ames Ave.
Norris & Norris
400 Bee Bldg. Phone Doug. 4270.
One half block from 24th St. car, In
fine residence dletrlct. Frame and white
stucco. This Is one of the most complete
and handsomely finished houses In the
north part of town. Fine buffet and
other bullt-ln effects. Hanuome fire
place. Splendid sun room. Oak flnlah
snd floors throughout. Dandy lot with
fine big slinde tree Good garatte. Ps-
tug paid in full This house would be
in ry encap ai ,".
Phone Tyler 1Mb. State Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE gnd occupied by owner,
B-room, modern bungalow; half
block to gtreet car; fine neighbor
hood; easy termg. Phone Web. 1534.
NEW KOUNTZB PLACE HUM K
Would you buy a good new modern
up-to-date home if you could save a
thousand dollars on the purchase price?
There are 4 rooms nnd sleeping porch
garage and lot bl'xl'A.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Douglas 1761. Ware Block.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH BJDK
HOME AND INVESTMENT.
A fine big 11-room bouse In lb boat
of condition, l"t STxlf; also a new 7-naom
hoi.ae with sleeping porch, near 80fh and
Mason. The owner will icake a low price
on these two properties in order to dls
pi e of them l fnre leaving for hlcago
PAYNE IN Vi-ST.ME.NT COMPANY.
Jutughis 17M Warn Block.
Apartmenis. flats, houses and cottdges
an b renti d'iuli kly and ciitaply by a
Cee "For Kunt"
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Market Weaken at Opening,
but Rallies and Wheat Selli at
but One Cent Lower.
BEAR RUMORS HOLD THE FLOOR
OMAHA. Msy It. Iftliv
Ths wheat msrket npn wrskei on
lower cables snd the selling hv the local
crowd, hut rallied later on the report of
the sinking of fie British hattle'tup
Goliath In the Pardnnellps
Cash wheat sold ltilc lower and rorn
unchanged to lc lower, w i-tle oats were
The best authorities throughout the
Southwest, as we'd ss those at Chicago,
ssv that unless there are heavy rains In
the hug sttlcken terrltorv of the south
west, crop losses ate sltmst certain to
Not onlv are rhlnchhtigs said to be '
damaging wheat In msnv states, hut lies
slsn lly wss also reported as damaging '
the voting plant. '
These reports come from Missouri mid 1
REAL ESTATK SOI TH SIDE
We want an offer for 224 P. Wh Ft.,
firing eat st rorner of Marry St. This
is a S-room. 2-story modern house, newly
rrlnted. In good condition throughout.
Asking 24.000, but we wsnt an offer.
Raay terms ran be srrsnged, hut rash Is
sn nhteet. Key at our office Act nuh S I
I? you want a bargain.
Glover & Spain
19 Clly National Doug. 892.
REAL "ESTATE SUBURBAN
WEST COUNCIL BLUFFS
Six-room house, modern except heat, on
Broadway near .Vth St. New. in first.
cluss condition. Psvlng and specigl taxes
paid. Within walking instance of 1 It M
nd I'ougias. ! tne lot. cash, balaure
IJ) per month. A bargain at $2,t.
W Al.LAt E HK. IJA.M IN.
Room 1, First Nali Hank Hldg., Cotmcll
BlutTs, la. rnone V3
5006 Burt St.
This Ideal bungalow offered for sale at
cut price and make terms very attract
ive in order to move quickly. Living
room, dining room, kitchen. 2 bedrooms
snd bath room on first floor; large
floored attic, with space for two or three
additional rooms; full cemented bsse
ment. Bullt-ln bookcases and brick fire
place, oak finish. Built for a home and
Arrange with us to see the house, if
Glover & Spain
91&-S0 Cltv National.
This Is a well constructed house lo
cate on high sightly south front
lot, 6-xlHo foot, at 6014 17.ARD ST.. havina
an exoeptlonally large living room with
beamed celling, hrlck fireplace, finished
In quarter-sawed oak; attractive dining
room, convenient kitchen and center hall
entrance on first floor. One very large
bedroom with two clothes .cloaets, also
smaller bedroom with up-to-ilate bsth
room on second floor. Full cement base
ment. Furnace heat. Small building ItV
rear which could be converted Into a
garage. The Interior of this place must
be aeen to he appreciated. Must he sold
at once. Owner on premises will he glad
to show. I. not fall to Investigate this
place If you want a convenient home for
a small family.
George & Company
Phone T. 75. 002 City National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS,
Your Money Should
7 to 10
We have several different plana where
by you can get from 7 per cent to 10 per
cont on your money and be absolutely
safe In your Investment. As everyone
knows real estate la one of the best and
safest Investments on earth. We can ar
range It so you can Invest In Individual
properties or take an Interest with. others.
It will pay you to see or write ua about It.
Hastings & Heyden
114 HARNEY STREET.
Do You Want This?
IT IS A BIG BARGAIN.
Large seven-room modem house on
fine 60-fl. lot. All It needs is paint and
paper. Price only 12.600. There la ll.mo
against It. Will accept 8600 cash, bal
ance easy terms.
H. C. Freeman
21f So. 17th St., under Omaha Nat. Bank.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LIST your property with K. 11. Lander
you, 202 Neville Blk. D. 2600
LIST real estste snd rentals with DON
ELSON R. B. CO.. 201 Om. Nati Bank.
REAL ESTATE EOR EXCHANGE
CtOOli lovelirh wheat land In Weld
county. Colorado, close To the Nebraska
state line. In tracts of IM or 820 acres, to
exchange for Omaha property. This land
Is close to town and railroad. Price 1:0
an acre. Part of It Is under plr.w.
HASTINGS HEYDEN. 1614 TTarney St.
THE OMAHA BEE,
Enclosed find $
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One Insertion, in Daily or Sunday, 2 Cents a Word. Three Insertions, V3 Cents a Word.
Seven Insertions, 1 Cent a Word
CASH OR STAMPS MUST ACCOMPANY ALL ORDERS
KshSKs. hut the territory affected In the
southwest was scattered.
Clearance were- heat and flour o,il
to H'l bushels; rorn, I ., bushels,
oats 1 o0 bushels
Liverpool snot: Wheat, Vtfl'id lowrr;
coin. Vdld lower.
Primary w heat receirls were M4 0i0
oushels against receipts of STn.ivn bushels
and shittnents of 71.nrt bushels last year
l'rltiiniv rorn rceltts weie 41oO bush
els and llpnlent 4M ii bushels, against
re,ii-ts of ?.i.i'i bushels and shipments
of Ik 'am husho! last esi-
Primai v iu.li ie. rlpts were tm mi bush
els snd shipments VI r0 bushels, asainst
receipts of Hi'1 bushels and shipments
of !; fi bushels lsst year
' F.I.OT He r.l 11 !
M i nneap-dls
!t l.ouis . . .
Sales reported aer Wheat - No 2
hard winter: I i ar. 1 hZ No hard
w inter 1 car. II .WS No 4 hard winter-
1 ear. 21 4!i No 4 spring J cars,
21 41 No 2 mixed: I car. 21 '. Com:
No .". whits 2 cars. 7Uc No. 2 yellow:
.X cars. 72V. No. 2 yellow: 1 rsr. 7?.
No. b yellow: I rsr. 72c. , car. ;i-e
No I mixed 1 car. near white, ,:r. No
2 mixed. 2 cars. 71Sc. No 2 mixed:
rim 71c No. 4 mixed 1 car. 7V. No
mixed: 1 car. in,c No. mixed: 1 car.
V. Sample: 1 car, damaged, SJc; 1 rsr.
rot. S2r Ogle-Standard. 1 car. HV.
1 car. MV,e. No. 2 white: , cars, Mr.
Sample: 2 car. 4!V; 1 car. 4ic. Rye -No.
4: 1 bulkhead. 1 .,". Barley; No. 4:
I sr. c; s inr. o.
Omaha Cash Price - Whest : No 2 tur
key. 21 52 d 1. 5:1. nominal; No 2 turkey.
No 2 white. 7H4,174c. nominal: No
white. 71fi714jc; No. 4 white. 70VP'lc.
nominal; No. 6 white, 7OHiff70Vc, nominal ;
No. 6 while. 70t(7OHc, nominal No. 2 yel
low, 72Vi72c; No. 2 yellow, 71r73c;
No. 4 vellow. 7Ufl72o, nominal; No. 6
vellow. Tl'frtJr; No. i yellow, 71tr7iv,c
nominal: No. 3 mixed, 7Hr714o; No 8
mixed. 7i,ff71c; No. 4 mixed. !'Tr70,o;
No 6 mixed. S, tf7nc ; No. 6 mixed,
tl70c; sample mixed. K&tte. Oats: No.
2 white. Mtif'2c, nominal: standard. 61'
cMVc; No. 2 white, 6045lc; No. 4 white,
W.Jn."Vic. nominal. Barlsy: Malting.
Mil 70c, nominal; No. 1 feed. .v(Tec. nom
inal. Rye: No !. tl.0P31.10, nominal; No.
;., tl OK1 1.00. nominal
CIIICAt.U t.UAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feat ares of the Trartlasj deslegr
rrlces nit Board f Trass.
CH1CAOO. May 13 Uncertainties re
garding the diplomatic outlook and as
to the latest war development had a de
iresiing effect today In the wheat mar
ket here. Tha close was heavy at 2o to
2c under lsst night. Corn declined c
to IVu'IUo net and oats So to Sc. In
provisions the final results varied from
a drop of 10c to loo advance.
Sharpest setbacks for wheat came Just
before the end of the session, when the
news was out that a British submarine
bad forced the Dardanelles and had sunk
Turkish war craft In the Sea of Mar
mora. Ths exploit waa looked on as in-
(iicatlng rapid progress In the direction
of opening a way for shipping of wheat
Temporary blocking of export business
formed a source of disquiet that previ
ous to the Dardanelles news had greatly
et.larged selling pressure today on avheat.
Possibilities growing out of the American
note to Germany were said to be hinder
ing foeelan transactions for th tltiia Iim-
Ina-. and there were also renorts that
from other causes ocean freight rates
were advancing In a manner that made
contracts for new crop shipments has-
ardous. Efforts to cancel such mill. acts
reived a good deal of attention. lies -
slsn fly crop damage advices, renewed by
the nurehase orders Influenced thereby.
seemed to have notably diminished in
Corn declined with wheat and aa a re
sult of besrlsh Argentine reports and of
ravoraoia domestic planting conditions.
Oats showed relative strength, compared
with other cereals. Rumors of export
business in oaU, however, were not con
firmed. Provisions were unsettled and lrregular
throughout the session. Higher prices
for hogs tended to have a strengthening
effect, hut were more or less offset by
the weakness of grain.
futures ranged as follows
Artlc Open. Hlgh. Low.
tl r. imm in vn i hard si .1 TOi.:-
1.62: No S hard. $1 ..-Offl 60W: No. 4 hard. I
t.4Mil.4; No. 3 epring. 21 491tl 62. nom !
Ilnal. No. 2 durum. 21 4fM M. nominal ; mv S
ill. UMHIII1, ,J.T-l(. 1.1 .. , - ...
1 677 I 87 1 66 1 65 1 67
1 2H7 1 21 12' 1 2S 1 81
741 74s "74 74 7614
i7a 77 76, 74 77Vi
V.K 63S WH 62 53
bZ 63 6Z. 62H 62'
18 16 18 15 II 03H II 08 18 10
IS Ml 18 52H 18 42i, ig tt W
9 77V, I 77H I 70 76 7S
10 00 10 02Vs 2', (7H 87ii
10 65 10 fit, 10 62ti 10 (6 10 62H
10 6 10 221 10 82" 10 IW
Clil'-ago c0nh IJrlres Wheat: No. 2
red, tl.Mfj-1.67; No. 2 hardi21.MH'3 1.67Vj.
Corn: No. 2 vellow, 7'.'7r77,c; No. 4
yellow. 7'lc. Oats: No. 3 white, 53Vfifilc;
standard, ot'.'iMc. Rye: No. !. 11.18.
Bailey: 'hl''- Tlinothy: ITi.00itfiJ.50.
Clover: JK.tiMi 12.60. Pork: I17.T0. Ird:
tP.67'p9W. Ribs: t.76n "10.2ft.
BUTTUII Lower; creamery, 20!fl.
KGOS Receipts, 20,641 cases; market
POTATOES Receipts, 21 oars; market
POULTRY Alive, higher; fowls, 16c.
Mew York General Market,
NEW YORK. May IS. SUGAR Raw,
firm; centrifugal, 49e; molasses, 4.12c.
Sugar future were firmer Influenced by
the continued demand lor both raw and
refined sugars from Europe. Prices at
midday were unchanged to six points
H UTTER Barely steady; receipts 4.911
tubs; creamery extras, Vt score, 27Vo;
creamery, higher scoring, TSMX'B&fai; firsts,
26!Vfi27c; seconds, 264J26C.
F.GUS Steady; receipts, 31,63 rases;
fresh gathered extras. 22H023C; storage
packed, extra firsts, 2l'ya22c; firsts, 'i
0t21Sc; regular parked, extra firsts, 't
lllic; firsts. lVrf20cS nearby hennery,
whites, fine to fancy, iiyLVic; nearby
hennery whites, 22tt23c.
CHEBSK Firm; receipts. 2,743 boxes,
while milk, 16c; same, average fancy,
I'OULTRY-Llve, firm; western chick
ens, broilers, 24f.34c; frwls. 17V;c; tur
keys, U'lbie; dressed, steady; western
froxen roasting chickens, 1721'4c; fowls,
H'vqi2c; turkeys, lizzie.
AD ORDER BLANK
in payment for publishing the following
days in THE OMAHA DEE as per rate
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Valuei en Cattle Remain Steady
with Wednesday Sheep Ten to
Fifteen Centi Higher.
HOGS 0FEN HIGHER, CLOSE WEAK
SOI TH OMAHA
May 12. 1215.
f ft. ial Monday
Official Tuesday .
Csttle. Hog PheT.
.. l T M h. 2U
... 2.772 2,22a 2,4:
. .. J..22 .14t 1.f I
,. 2.000 .sr l.ifio
...v..w :e.;27 ii, m
..ai.ini i.2a7 it..h
t ss 2 l.ai7
...W7W 27. M 2IV107
. . .12. OH 222 20,41
i sttnws ths receipts
sneep at the Mctrt
Four days' totals .
Same days last week
Same 2 weeks sgo
Ssma 2 weeks sgo
Same 4 weeks sgo. .
Ssme days last year.
The following table
or isltie. hogs snd
Omsha live stork market for the year
to date as compared with last rear:
n t 1 he
following table shows the everage
price for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
Date lfl llia tlU.liHI 110 tffa.
April . 7 29 I 2 29, I 211 i 2 1 Ml
Arm i 7 36'i 2 17: 2 1i 7 8 74 13
April i r tiV
iLiw i i y .k?
111 I Si I fOi l i
i7i s .-ii 7 pi. i;
8 19 2 XXI 1 61 I 74; t 01 -
I 8 201 7 41 6 631 2 Mi T W
7 i4t 2 241
I I Ml I ell "1 I l4
. u a I , I m 1 n ru.
7 26, 2 27 8
il p ni f is I w
7 ll 2 21 2 21
1 it s ebi rn s
7 Ml, ft s 8 14
Receipts and disposition of live took
at the Union Stock Tarda, South Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at 8 p. rr.
c . M St. P
Missouri Parlfio ... 2
Union Pacific t
C. N. W east... 6
C. N. W.. west... 44
C. St. P., M. O.. 4
C. H. Q., east... 1
C. B. g . west... 4
C. R. I. P.. east. 8
C . R. 1. P. west. 1
Illinois Central .... t
Chicago a. V
Total receipts.. ..146
Cattle. H-gs. Sheep.
Salfl A Co
t'udahy Packing Co
Armour at Co
Schwirts A Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co
So. Omaha Packing Co.
Swift. Fort Worth
Benton, Vansant A L. .
Hill A Son
F. B. 1ewls
J. B. Root CO
J. H. Bulla
L. F. Hubs....
! Sullivan Broa
I Mo. Kan. Calf Co.
Totals 2,211 8.700 2,762
CATTLE Receipts were fair for a
Thursday, lki cars beina reDorted In.
For the week receipts amount to 17,000
head, being the heaviest of any recent
week, but 6.000 bead larger than a year
aao this time.
'The market on beef steers opened alow
and dull, but when the trade waa onoe
under way It was fairly active on the
good rattia and tbe offerings were soon
cleaned up. The medium and commonlslt
grades, while slow, eventually changed
hands at steady prices. The best year.
lings sold up to t.k, the highest price
pai. i tiilsi year.
Cows and helfera showed little or no
change, It being a good, steady market
from start to finish. As a rule, every
thing changed hands In good season.
Stockers and feeders were In moderate
supply and It did not take buyers very
long to clean up the supply. The general
market la at. adv.
Quotations un rattle: Good to choice
cnrnf.d beeves, t 16t?8 40: fair to good
cornfed beeves, I7.86jf.l6; common to
fair cornfed beeves, 3'.2o7.86; good to
choice hellers, I7.0u4f6.00; good to choice
rows. 16 8tHU7.40; fair to good cows, 5.7M
8 80; common to fair rows. I3.7rrfi.76: good
to choice stockers and feeders, 87.6VnHin;
fair to good stockers and feeders. 17.000
7.60; rornmon to fslr stockers and food
era, tK37.00; stfM'k heifers, $htbitp.:
stork cows, I6.Kkj,76; stock calves, I860
(iN.on; veal calves. IS.OD'.f 10.25; rat bulls,
stags etc., 66.0O4W.76; stock bulls, to. 00
Ne. At. Pt Ho. . Pr.
I Ml 7 40 II 10 T M
II 741 TM II ......1II4S 8 0S
11 lflll 7 46 1 101 I 14
17 10? T 70 U uta I II
II 1071 7 71 4 111! 8 80
14 1121 T SO II IM 8 II
II llll T 87 14U I
14 1MI 7 0 17 Uli 8 14
BTEEHS AND HEIFERS.
I 411 7 8 Ttl 6 04
II T7 7 0 18 44 I II
i 7 4 11 47 I 44
10 717 T 71 I 4 44
II Ui IN 14 721 I 60
It 701 T M 10 HI I 44
23 1J 00 IS 1041 8 78
10 1014 I II 6 1114 I
I I0M 4 00 I IIU 7 44
lib 4 U 1 1011 1 Ot
4 1071 4 e II 1112 7 14
I I1M I 0 4 1171 7 II
1071 4 40 II 10 7 X4
II M IS . 4. 1U4 7 14
1 1MI 4 71 I I0b4 7 44
14 137 7 40 14 717 7 48
1 1IM 7 it
I llll 4 71 1 1171 I II
1 4M 7 44 1 100 II 18
I IM I (VI IM II M
1 471 I 14 1 114 I M
7 fo4 I AA 2 ,. 140 10 10
1 144 14 00 '
FTWKKR AND F ETEDITrtS.
7M 7 I ' T
IS . M 7 ts ill tw
II 7M 1 It Ill I 7
ii ;i 7
Hi 1S Rucelpts continued moderate,
about 121 cars, or .f head helng re
ported In. The total for four day Is
rj.TST head, being about 7.500 short of lost
week, but 2.0iO lareer than a year ago.
Trade opened out strong again thl
morning, nnd shipper sales looked any
way strong to a nickel higher. Their
fHin haaes ranged from 27 DO to 27.40, tbe
sttsr figure bring the dsy'a top,
Psrkers' early purchases were msde
on about the same basis as those of tha
shippers, that Is, strong to to higher
hen yesterdsr's aerane For that mat
ter the big end of their droves wag put
tip at these prices, and at the best time
slues were pretty close to He up. To
wsrd the last end, however, things died
down a little, and the Isle trade wna
ituoted as slow, at little better tkan yes
terday price, the big end of the early
advance being lost.
A a general thing values were steailv
to a nickel higher, and averaged a shade
better. The big string sn.d at t: W, with
good showing, at 27 :ri7 2f. and a few
of the Ister ssles below 17.. Several
loads sold as high as I H, the top for tne
la . and the highest figure paid for
over a week.
Ns. . V sis. . g. rv
In in ... in ;t iaj ii till
I t SMI . . 1 I. H iS.1 S ? IJVs
14 1S l 7 X 71 Hi 110 lil
IJ 271 SO J M t 14 ... 1 f
.... JS J(l 1 an 7 " ... 7 4fl
11 Jt M t in 1 ... 7 40
SH EEP Another moderate
In today, some eight rsrs. or
putting in an appearance. The total for
the week to date is Jl.xW hesd, as against
1'i.nsa head a week ago. and m.4M bead
for the corresponding days lsst year.
Under the influence of light receipt!
and a good buying demand prices con
tinued to soar today, and hulk of tha of
ferings rhsnged hands at figures that
were aayway 10916r higher. In most
esses ssles were made In good season
and the trade waa a pleasing contrast to
some of lsst week's dull affairs. Two
more loads of the Belmont A Co. lambs
shows up this morning and set a new
record price for this point, selling at
tH. 20. This I a dime higher than yester
day and tne. above anything up to this
time Some rather llsht clipped ktrnbe
touched 28.40, the high point for the sea
son. About the only stuff In the aged sheep
line In the offerings was a ear of Bel
mont Cos. ewes which sold at 88.00,
beating the beet previous ftsnrre by t&e.
There have been no good ewee hare of
lste, In fact only a few of any sort
havina shown up. and there Is now war
of saying how much advanoe thea show.
Quotstlnna on sneep ana tamos: ijemn.
light, tl0.76iffll.20; lamb, heavy, tMJtVfr
0.76; lames, enorn. a. nn.w; ywarnngs.
Ight. P00iff26; yearlings, heavr. t7
; welhera, fair to good. 88.2600,76;
ewes, good to choice, $2.0041900; ewee,
fair to good, r. 607700.
eyeeea e PI
23 spring lambs
a e4e PT
Jtd clipped lambe
1 fed lambs ...
44 shorn lambs .
CHICAGO LIV20 STOCK MAftlCKT
Cattle Weak Hoars tteoasj. Sa,e
CHICAGO. May 13 CATTLT1 Tteoetnts,
4.000 head: market weak; natlr beef
steers. 8.0i4i : western ateere. M.109
7 66; cows and heifers, tS.SOJJtJ.T, calves,
HOG41-Reetnte. 16.000 head: market
strong, 6o to 10c higher; bulk of sale,
7.64y.T; light, 27.4(tf7.80; mixed, 27i?
7.76; heavy. t7.103T.70; rough, H.10J.S6
Pigs. 86 60(17.26.
SHEEP AND LA MBS Receipts, 10.000
head; market strong; sheep, t7.7STjw.80;
lambs (ahorn). 28. Ml 10.00.
t. I.ola LIT gMik Market.
ST. LOUIS. May 18. ?ATTLE Re
ceipts, 200 head: market steady; native
beef steers, 17 boiV0n; yearling steers and
heifers. tS.OsUe .80; row. l4.aHf7.60; etock
ers and feeders, 8h 008.I6; southern
steers, 6.V4f.20: nows and heifers, l4.0U(i
t&OO; native calves, t4.00.U.
HOGS Receipts, e-,400 head; market
higher; pigs and lights, 24.267.26; mixei
and butchers, t7 86477.76; good heavy, fi.6M
SHEEP AND TJkMBA Receipts. 8.401
heed; market higher; clipped mutton,
tH6Ogf7.60; dipped lambs, t.60.i0; clipped
yearlings, 16.6049.86; spring lambs, tio.00
Kssisi City Mr gtoek Market.
Kansas citt. Ho, May 12,-oattlk
Receipts, 1,700; market strong; prime fed
steers, M.4ftiV.2t, dressed beef steers, T-78
C3.26; western steers, t7.6oa.60; stockers
and feeders. 84 600.s0; bulls, lfi.40317.OO;
HOGS Heuelpts. 8,600 head; market
higher; bulk of sales, 17.4037.47; heavy.
27.4oU7.60; packers and butohers. 7.404f
7.62U; ligrht, 17.8607.60; pigs, 24 77477.40.
SHEEP AND IM MBS Receipts. 1.600
head: market higher; lambe, tBO"11.20;
yearlings. 88.00(9.76; wether. 17.00413.7s:
gloaa City Lly Stock Market.
IOUX CITT, May 18 C ATT Lfll Re
ceipts, 1.800 head; market steady; natlvw
steers, W.2KW 40: cows and heifers. 84.100
t.6t; oanners. KOOiflgOO; stockers and feel
ers. I6.50ig7.4vj bull, stags, ate, 6.s0i
llOGS-RecslpU, 2 TOO bed; market
steady; heavy. P.S0y7.28: mixed. 7.25
7 20; light, r om.ta; bulk of sales, 17.25
SHEEP AND LAMBS ReceTpta, ICQ
I. Joseph Lire taek ICrtr4.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., May ll-CiATTLBV-.
Rclpt. 1.100 head; market St. ad r 7
W3 ; rows and heifer. 84.603
8.60; calves, f6.00i4M.
HpGa-Rcelp4s. 4.I00 head; market
higher; top, 17.47V,; bulk of , 37.4i
SHEEP AND T .AMES Receipts. 2 000
head: market higher; lambs, tlO.3MmO.20.
Kaaeas City Grata
KANSAS CITY, May
............ . i , jnjr u.nruual-
No. I hard. II MJC1.6SH; No. I red, tliBffl
164: Msy. n.KrV4: July. I1.au.. hJZ.
(K)RN No. I mlxsd. 7o4y76Ho; Wo. I
white. 7Hc: No. 3 yellow, 7Uo; No, a
7c; May. 7r4'.T3e; July. TWrlHc; Sep
OA 11-No. 2 mixed, BOJjeio.
BUTTJ7R Creamery. 27c; firsts, So;
Secondi. 2J.; packing, It-
ROOH- Fl:t. 17c; seconds. le.
POULTRY Hens. 14c; roostere, 10c;
NEW YORK, May 12.-MET.rLS-10g-rhange
quotes lead quiet at Hl74.ttt;
nelter not quoted
At London; Lead. f 12 16s A 30 7s d;
Spelter, itl 10.
Copper, firm; electrolytic, tl9 0O; cast
ing. tl8.60Sl8.76. Tin. dull; five-ton lots
offered at 84.60. Iron, quiet ard un-
At Ixndon Copper, spot. 78 17s d;
futures. 7 17 4d Tin. spot, f 163. futures.
! 1H. Antimony. 87S100.
I Minneapolis Urala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. May 12.-WHBAT-
May, 11 6SH; July, tl 474,: No. 1 hard.
II.,: No. 1 northern. 1.6,31.ii); N0
2 northern, tl. 6101.67.
FIX) UR Unchanged.
R YE tl IWJ'1.14.
CORN No. I yellow, 70Vfi7nie,
OATS-No 2 white, 6Hva.")le.
, FLAX-tl 8662-00.
I Ml. Lewis Grata Market.
ST. IUIS, May 13 WHEAT-Vo I
j red. tl 62: No. 2 hard, tl 67; May, 21 60S.
. Julv. 1 2S
CORN No. 2. 7'4: No 2 white, 77c;
1 May, 74'c; July. 7it,c.
i OATS No. 2. 63'c; No. 2 white. 26c
Liverpool Grata Market.
I LIVFttPOoU May 13 WHEafi' Spat,
. uiri in w -' to jeu , nv- iitiia v m
OORV fi)Ot Anr1cn n-.txed, new
Ud I. a Plata mixed. &
TH K. 1H1 UrT RKVIBW vrlttw UlilW
for ihm mll tDvstor, Ulii how yoQ aay tn-
4Mt l Smm Yorfc mock lltkDM SsMuntlM
man tolttal dvMWtk 4a4 sue
tttnteilf m 1mu4 eyvejrf avturdjk. d
rf 94 - taaiea iaiw. M hvmm4wjt
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