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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1916)
Jill. Irh: OMAHA, M.KvNlA , .IANTAUY 1J. liUH.
FIXE AI'AKTMKXT SITE
JUST AND .JACKSON
We wnt yon to see the northwest rrr
nrr of 3lst nnil Jackson. ISM feet,
nuth ami eat I rentage, fine neighbor
hood, walking 1 ftn m-f and has a splen
flM future. Wl'l mil tho whole piece or
will sell f0 ft. Would make a fine loca
tion for three r.too homes, Can uuote
on extremely low price on this piece.
l0 Omaha Nat. 1-nnk Hid. Pnug. M.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
LOT RAIIUAIN 31st nnd Oak. facing past
boulevaid. 81x115. corner for $."7:; see
me at once. Tebbens. 005 Om. Nat. Hk.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES
It room modern house In West Far
nam district near Turnpr park; encum
brance IJ.T.'iO; ci,ilty of ji.T'O for land
worth tho money, or vacant lots.
Might consider cottage.
01)VEK & SPAIN,
TVmg. !Vfi2. l!l-20 Pity National.
WANT a Rood farm in eastern Nebraska
or western Iowa of around -TiO acres, in
exchange for rush and one of the best
general farms and bearing orchards In
Florida. Hood soil, pure water, splendid
climate, churches, schools, many north
ern and western people. What have you
and what la It worth? Address Owiu'i;,
K 4m. Bee.
An Sn-acre and SOO-nrrs' tract In Central
Florida for good Omaha property.
CHARLUS K. WILLIAMi-O.Y,
f.07 Faxton llloi l(.
Tel. Douglas 2W.
FOR EXOHANUIC So-acres In the host
Irrigated country: 7-room concrete
brick house, well finished; other build
ings good: ." acres alfalfa: owner
wants well equipped garage In central
Neb. W. II. Smith. Wheatland. Wyo.
HAVE YOU A FARM FOR HALRT
Write a good description of your land
and aend It to the Plom city I'a 1 Jour,
nal, "lo Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every r"rl-
riay evening, Saturday morning and .
every Saturday evening- and Sunday for
one month, giving sixteen ads on twelve
different d:i for $2, or 60 words, 14, or
7S worda, $R.
largest circulation of anv Iowa news
raper; trfl.OOO readers dally in four great
Wheat Takes a Slump and Sells One
Cent Under the Price of
DEMAND FOR CORN IS GOOD
wctern chickens, 1i.i'J
turkeys. IM'iiV; nllve.
fancy. KV'HT'Ne: current
17 a 17l" ; average fancy,
firm: fresh killed
':i; fowls. I'.'u I7'se;
OMAII4 URM.HAL M 4.HKET
OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKET
v I Lh is the lushest ever pnld In .Ian i
i The top was sprung another nickel
mi li e ( lose, w hen a four car siring
made II" I;. Hull! aold uimaid from :. ,
... 1 t il on paper, at least, prices look as
tattle Steady tO Ten tentS Higher I much ;t ,,,, artel- higher In many eases.
I lie nolle! Was flfllfmiiv cnrcsrn inai
your name today: receive offers
land owners: auenta everywhere
United Realty Associates. Jollet,
HKBK rt'TS-Rlba: No 1, lRvc; No. t,
lve; No .1. 12tc. Ixiln. No. 1, 2ie:
No. i. tKc; No J. 14c. Chucks: No. 1,
IV; No. 2, S,c; N. 3. V". Round: No.
1. Wc: No. " U'o: Xo. s. 11V I'lates:
No. 1. Sc: No 3. Sic: No. S. 7c.
KRl'ITS Oranires: California PunkM
Navels. SOs. $?.2.' pr box. Callforn'a
Sun MM Navels, . HIOs, So p, ,ov :
pCailfornla Sunklst Navels, 11?s, $'.'.7S per
I box; California Siinkit Navels. lji,
t'i.Ho per box; California Sunlilst Navel
i.tcli is very i H-. isxs 3:'4s. :l i per box :
ivaveis. iii. :is. ;ps
HORSES AND VEHICLES
GOOH, steady horse, buty and harness
cheap. Apply F. Cole. Wo; No. Sitli Bt.
Thirty-two milk wagona
HitHSK and wagon for sale. Tyler HIS.
OMAHA. January 11. 1!1.
Wheat took a slump, selling 1c under
yesterdays prices. The sales of wheat
were vety Hu, but were bettor during
the latter part of the session.
Tho demand for corn was fairly good
and the corn sold unchanged to 1c higher.
receipts tola inn ninetv
, good for Tuesday. tvinaiM
Oats also sold at advanced prices, per box
I There were only a few cars reported in i :4 s, fi
and they sold unchanged to V higher.
Kye was a Vole hteher.
Hurley was unchanged.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour enal
to l.fcMvotio lui.: oats, 4s.Cin) tm.
Liverpool close: Wheat, unchanged,
I'rimarv wheat receipts wera l.l.d.raHi I large Jumbos. 9: tr:t.
hu. and shipments lW4,flrt bu., against re- motn Jumbos, Itt.ftMi.l
Sheep and Lambs Ten
HAV-47.GO ton. A. W. Wagner, !(ul N. 16.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
MXU grain. liK) lbs, agnor. SOI N.W.
WHKNKVKIt you are considering sell
ing or buying a used car and you want
full value for your money or you want
people w ho arc willing to pay for what
they are getting you will have no re
gret If you buy or advertise through
thu used car column of The Bee. Phoae
celpts of 2.(iiM bu. and shipments
II, bu. lust year.
Primary corn receipts were
and shlnments fi2! i) bu.. against re
celpts of 2.147,000 bu. and shipments of
WH.onn bu. last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1.04..t" bu.
and shipments imi.oOO bu., against re
ceipts of M:W0 iui. and shipments of
M3.0U0 bu. laRt year.
CAR LOT IlWRirTS.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
1 liM4 llupinoliile coupe, elec equip. $7,'i0
1 1.08 Monitor touring, brand new.... 675
1 1H14 6-cyKndpr tudebaker touring. 6.i0
1 If 1 1 Holller. 8-cyllnder touring alio
1 1!'14 Oakland touring 4 JO
1 Metz roniister lfo
Auto Clearing House. 2J0! Karnam. T. 3.110.
$150 cash, balance monthly Install
ments, buys a good 6-room all modern
home at I31! N. 591 h St.. liensnn.
H A. WOLF.
814 Ware Rlock. pouglas 80s.
H)ll KALE- My Hetroit Klectrlc, old
modei, but in excellent condition; prac
tically new batteries, price I'm). W. A.
Maurer. Council Rluffa.
Al'TOMOHILK general insurance; fire,
theft, liability, etc. ART TUATCHKR,
UT7-1S Cltv Nat Ioug. SS01.
1314 Farnam St.
AUTOMOB1LK MUTUAL. 1N8URANCB
CO.. Douglas 211.
lroperty, 4513 S. 23d. John
Heal Katate l.onos, Mort Rages.
6 TO 6 for loans on beat class city
residences In amounts S2.000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO.. 122 Farnam St.
LOANS' on city 'and farm "property. Fire,
tornado, burglary and automobile In
surance. W. O, -Templcton. 6u3 Bee
Bldg. T. 2020.
WE are ready at all times to
make loans on first-class city
property and eastern Nebraska
farms. Rates on request.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO..
212 S. 17th St.
OMAHA homes. East NeDraska farms,
O'KKBKK REAL ESTATE CO.,
1018 Omaha National. Phone Douglas 271
1100 TO $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Bldg.. 18th & Farnam Sts.
MONEY on hand for city and larm loans.
H. W. Binder, City National Hank Bldg.
Large loans a specialty.
. 2.S State Bank Bldii.
WANTED To buy 1914 or 1!15 Ford tour
ing car; body In good condition. Box
325, Kenevaw, Neb.
Auto 1,1 very and (ia rages.
Industrial Garage Co.. 20 A Harney Sts.
Anto Repairing; and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired, tiaysdorfer. 210 N. 18th.
I'lw.c winter storage when cars are
paintea ana repaired. Johnson-Danforth
JOE MURPHY Auto repairing at Middle
omie uarag. i'none Tyler 207.
Omaha Radiator Rep. Co. JVM Far. U. 20WI
Anto Tires and Hupplles.
REBUILT, $2.00 TO $5.00.
DUO TIRE CO.. Mil Chicago St.
BARGAINS in slightly uued and demon
strating tires. Zwiebel, 2518 Farnam.
's. II 7S
Inwn: tlolden Howl, ,tms.
i4 per box; Silver Cord TO per
box. (Irapefmit: 4rta. Ms. Wi per
ox: t'4s, SOs, $:t,75 per box; Clearwater, all
sixes, $4 2j per box. Orapes: Malagas,
7.."Kvt R -10 per bbl.. Hnnanas
sixe bunches, f l.fioti l.,.i bunch; tnedlutn
me, Jumbo, $-' iHt2 1" bunch: regular
sixes. Jumbos, -.;jv,,2.75. bunch: extra
Kansas city 13't
.St. Louis J
These sales were reported
Wheat: No. 3 hard winter, 1 car,
4.1 cars, 11.11; cars, SI lot; 7 CHrs
3 cars. $1. ; 2 cars, $1.0f. No.
winter, 4 cars. $1.07: 2 cars. $1 08;
of I berries. $11.60 bbl , $4 i box
j APPLES tRninal- Hume Meautiea, "Ks,
l.l87.0oi bu. j $1.75; extra fancy Jonathans, Washing
ton, r.'; mewton ciiiins, f'vo- Arkan
j sas Blacks, $2.75: Wagners. $: .; Iwlld
ous, $2 50; Oi lmes' (iolden. il iXI; pear
inalnea, $2.2f; Staymen Wlnesups, extra
fancy. Washington, $2 00; Spltieiiburga,
Washington, fancv, $2. fin.
HONEY Comb (24 sectlonsl, $1.75 case;
Airline, (2 dog. fl-ox tumblers, $180 case.
figs; New. twelve 1 o., ofo case.
Pates: Dromedary. (3rts, $2 85 case;
Bluffed, walnuts, $135 box; fard dates,
VECETABI.ES Onions- Red, 2'ic lb.;
yellow. 2ic lb.: Spanish. $175 crate-
I cucumbers, $2 00 dox. : rppers, 50c basket;
I cauliflower, $2.75 crate; brussel snronts.
. J c lb.: cabbage, lc lb ; new beets, . ar
I rots, turnips, Vo dox.; old beets, carrots,
HOGS TEN TO FIFTEEN CENTS UP
oMAIIA, January 11. 1!l.
Mecdpts wer; Cattle. I logs. Sheep,
official Mon lav II. av. 12.774 li.!"2
Estimate Tucs.lay 7.UHI 18 ( '.'
Two days' tmali K.HO', :774
Snnie das la.t week . . 17.0'.',
Name I weeks ago 1 1. (tlx l!.svH
Same 3 weeks nuo 10 s7'. X .V9
Same 4 weeks :ivu l:l,v: 21. tMt
f-iimo das last cat . . .14.02S 17,".-f
The follow, tig table shows the
V 1 1
of catde, hoits and sheen st the
Omaha Live Stock market toi the eitr
to date as compared with Inst year:
1!1. P1 .. Inc.
Cattle 4MM:t 21'.!'! 1. 74
"oks l:i.t4 S4!72 51,312
Sheep Si.l'tf S.!13.'
The following table shows tha averaga
prices of hogs at the Omaha live slock
market for the last lew days, with com
parisons: I a te. m " 'Wlt.llsTs , 1 IJ 1 2 . ' If L 1 1 :' 1 'i .'Paw
lec." 28,1 g ;t7Xi l 7" 14T 7 jTpi iwf 7"7 8 .W
pe. I.Vtl 7 0. 7 U 7 W s 31
lec .. ,HS'.., 7 ml 7 mi 7 on! b is. 7 r: U
ec. iLl j tj n.1 ; 14. 7 68 7 IB, I 7 71' 1 21
I ate. 1H1. il!H5. 1SM4 il!13 !l!i2. Il!11 . il'.UO.
7 10 08, I 8 24
7 W 6 W 7 ail
i 7 13, 6 8 tiJI 30
7 14 6 90 7 9" 3H
I, ii. 7 i 8 17
turnips, rutabagas, IV lb.; lettuce, head, 1 J"11-
HAKLE Y-UA V I OSON MOTORCYCLES
Bargain in used machines. Victor Rous,
"Tho Motorcycle Man." tw Leavenworth.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
W. H. Thomas
FARM and city loans at lowest rates. 1
TOLANU & TRUMBV LL, 148 Ueo r.ldg-o j
CITY and farm loatia, 5, CV, 6 per cent. !
J. H. Dumont & Co.. 416 state HanK.
CITY LOANS, C. G. Carlberg, 310
12 Brandeis Theater Bids.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
MY furni for rent from March 1, next;
148 acres; southwest coiner Hardin
township. J. H. F. Kruse. R. F. D. 2.
Council Bluffs. Ia.
purchaaed now, on our easy monthly
payment plan, without interest or taxea,
at Ocean Springa, Miss., will douhlb
in v:ilue while you are paying for it and
produce you u yearly income far greater
than you can obtain from the same
amount of money invested in anything
W. T. SMITH CO.,
M. 2S19. OtjcNat. Bank Bldg.
SO ACRES, two miles from Salem; 4
acres cleared; all fenced, woven Vire;
good five-room house, small barn;
automobile road, R. i D.. phone line;
'4 mi. school; well watered, plenty
fruit. The farm adjoining sold at $0
per acre. For quick sale will take
$30. Manv other bargains.
Our excursion 'leaves Omaha
Salem, Wednesday, Jan. 12, 6:15 p,
W. S. FRANK,
Neville Block, Omaha.
0 ACRES. I tent Co., Mo.; small imps.;
pakt in cultivation; $:!0 an acre. 201 Ne
ville Block. Omaha.
CunipllKi tud lurnUhcd b Krr Title Uuarsntn
aim ,utlr:i cuiuimii)'. eoutb Svnleouio
j WARRANTY DKELIS.
j Ethl G. St huouuver miiU bllmwnd to Harry
j I' luher. Iol ifb, UiocK i, urwoud 3 qqo
1 "" i,,i.i u. . iruHl v.o. to hrfl-
anl '1. luyuea, tgl il.' oiuck 40, Kuunue
''' j 200
August Wullf to KMlhlin Kuuell, lot w
r,tNiune I'srx sua
Ituuucu t. .leart n 1. lo Frank A.' Aim-
nulrt, lot , block 1, Urevoort nce
Diiiiuw lirally t o. to Jay A. Orllllii. lot
bloea lit, Dundee flee ,
Oeore W. Henry end wile to William k!
Alimony, n'4 ot lot 16. Spring Valley add..
W. M. tlHinuolt, executor, to g. T. Peui-
eon, lot 34, block , bntgj Place
Petri Langei, sr., and wile 10 Carl 2. Liri-
coin. lot , block 411, City
Henry Uuiry to lluu-lee Junje, lot 4 bloik
, fundfe Place
Liamy N. Vaii and tauaband to Edward Koch'
luia is and 19, block 2, Wle a Parmelee'e
F. J. MoHhane, )r., sheriff, to F. J
truvt.e lot 7, block K, Lrfwe'e add.
Hyman II. Miller to fella Miller, nU feet
of lot IS, block 13, E. V. Hmith a add
John M. flia lo Mary K. Itayner, iot 3,
Tony CoataJilo to Uulseppe Hlccerl, w4j
feot ot eK (cet of lot li and lot 14. block
t, ( arthae add
Mtfrgarel Hiiwon and liushand to Maud le
iiarly, lota 12? tu 131, IncluHlve Helisont
Rnuth tlmaha lnd (Jo. to Chrlntlna Thielke
lot 1, blin k :w. Soulh Omaha
V. It. Hulntioldt. executor, to lUchani
Ware Mall, Iota 10 and 11, block 14, Vt'eat
Knd ; lots 12, 13 and H block 6, Alamo
I'laia: lot 3, Convent riace; lot 1, block
l:. Prists i'lace, and H arrea 01 el4 acrea
uf nVi of n'j of ewl4 of aection 33-15-13... Sl.MM)
Herman IJ. Von Nllnon and tfe to Paniel
II. (iipe. lot 10. block 4. Khlnn'a add
J. W. rlen and wife to T. J. Zeman. lota i
and 4 block 1, nweeay'a add
lteeae ('. Ilanlns and wife to Km ma B.
1-ona-nei ker. lot 7. lock b. Maxwell's Sec
Jeeae H. Mutton and wife to Ida M. Kettell,
lot It, Kpworth ald
ldnuna tandstedt to Kmtlle M. Townaand,
w v, of lot . block I', lyowe'e add
QUIT CI.A1M IKK1H.
Anion f'apek (o Antonle Capek. of lot
In. bio. k . Potter V Cobb add
A. Melchrr et al. to George N. Hose ueli
of eecllon 22-16-12.
Frank A . Klllnlt et al. to Knima A. Elliott,
lota 46 and 47. block 3. Irene. Place
COLONIZATION TRACT lO.ouu acres.
Kansas wheat land, smooth, convenient
to two competitive railroads, towns,
achools. etc., exceptionally well located
hodv of choice, smooth, agricultural
land: nothing hotter on market today;
adjoining farms producing 20 to 35 htu.
wheat, 3j to rt) hu. corn, oats, harley;
want in direct touch with interested
people; big profit making middleman
harred. Address V l?'l. Hee.
1.0f; 1 car. $1.04V4; 7 cars. $1.04: 1 car.
$l.0:t. Sample. 1 car. 9c; t car. A0c. No.
3 mixed. H cars, $l.c. No. 4 mixed. 1 3-5
cars. $1.08. No. 2 durum, 2 cars, $1.12; 1
csr. $1.11. No. 3 durum. S cars. $1,111: 1
car, $1.10. No. $ mixed durum, 2 cars, $1.11;
1 car. $1.10. Barley: No. 4, 1 car, 62V
Rejected. 1-3 oar, BSc; 1 car. 57c. Oats:
No. 2 white, 1 car. 4.14c. Htandard. 1 car,
4,'tc. No. 3 white, 1 car. 42Sc; 2 cars. 42c.
No. 4 white, 11 cars, 41c; 2 cars, 41Hc;
3 cars. 41'c. Sample, 1 car, 4V; 1 2-3 cars,
39c. Corn: No. 3 white, 1 csr (new and
old. bsVjc: I car, Ktc; 1 car. H7c. No. 4
white, 2 cars. (WVic; 1 car, 66c; 7 cars.
(16'-io. No. 6 white, 1 car, 634c; 1 car, 6:ic;
6 cars, CHc. No. 6 white, 1 car, fiOWc. No.
8 yellow, 3 cars, 8c. No. 4 yellow, 1 car,
nWio; 1 car. 651,40; 3 cars. 600. No. 5 yel
low, 1 car. 64Hc; 1 car, 64c; 11 cars, 63'.
No. 6 yellow. 1 car, 61tjc; 6 cars. 61c. No.
8 mixed, 1 car, 67c. No. 4 mixed. 1 car,
66c; 6 cars, 66Vc; 2 cars, 86c. No. 6 mixed,
1 car, 6;t',c; 8 cars, 6.1c; 1 car, 62ic; 4
cars, 624c; 2-6 cars, 62c. No. 6 mixed, 2
cars, 61c; 1 car, 60ic; 7 cars. 604c: 1
car. (Vic. Sample. 2 3-6 cars, Mc: 1 car,
f7Wc; 1 car. 67c; 2 cars. 56c; 1 car. 55c;
3 cars. 54c; 1 car, 5.1c. Rye: -No. 2. 1 car,
914c No. 4, 1 car, 90c; 1 car, 89c. Sample,
1 car, 88c.
Omaha Cash Trices Wheat: No. 2
hard, $1 .Kdj 1.15: No. 3 hard, $1.frfi 1 .11;
No. 4 hard. $1.02'1.07: No. 2 spring. $l.i:Mf
115; No. 3 spring. $1. 11(&1. 13; No. 2 durum.
$1.11!i1.13: No. 3 durum. Il.10n1.ll; sam
ple, !HVo8c. Corn: No. 3 white, (iiiVT
ti7V,o: No. 4 while. 6.Va6Vc; No. 6 white,
621 63Hc; No. 6 white. 6941ef0lo ;. No. 3
yellow. 67Vo8c: No. 4 vellow, 64Vfli54c;
No. 5 yellow. 63i64e: No. 6 yellow, HOW
61Ve; No. 3 mixed. 66iyini7o; No. 4 mixed,
64Hf(i66c: No. 6 mixed. l(fc684c; No. 6
mixed. ri9i(&61c: sample mixed, 52tfi5So.
Oats: No. 2 white, 43i,rr43M.c: standard,
42Vi43c: No. 3 while, 411f42c; No. 4
white. 41Vo414c. Harlev: Mill ting. 6d
Sc; No. 1 feed. 5"a60c. Rye: No. 2, 90V4
StlVkc; NO. 3. KW90C.
Chicago closlnB" prices furnished The
Bee bv Logan & Bryan, stock and grain
brokers. 815 South Sixteenth. Omaha:
1 oda v :
81.10; 1 uo'., ; leiiuce crates, si. 41 crate;
4 hard J 'eriuce, iear. 40c doit.; celery. Jumho,
6 cars. aog.; celery, Michigan, Il'.'n Pox
parsley, 60c doi.
f'otatoes: Red River hlos
Whites. $1.00 bu. Sweetnotatoes; Kansas.
Art'cle Oren. Hlgh. l ow. I Close I Ves y
$.T2f.c4.M hhl ; Jerseys,
routnem, xi.oo hamper.
NLTV-Nn. t peanuts, raw.
No. 1 peanuts, roasted, 8c 11. ;
Jumbo, 84c lb.; peanuts, .Intnhn,
9Vc lh.; English walnuts, No. L
iiinerts. lnc 10.; pecans, li'to lh.
6V0 lh. ;
16'ho lh. :
Jumboes, 174c lb.; Brazils, 18o lb.; mixed
nuts, 15c lb.
I'OPOORN-No. 1. rice, 4o lb : 40c 1 lb.
packages, $2.50 case: Nehraska white
owing to quality. 2N'n34c Pi.
MISCTJLLANEOITS - Cornpops. korn
ettes. $3.25 esse: cornpops. kornettos, one-
half cases, $1,654 case; checkers, cracker
lack, chums, $3.50 case; checkers cracker
Jack, chums, one-half cases, $1.75 case;
failed peanuts. $1.25 can; horseradish,
n.ni case. Honey: com (24 sections).
$3.75 case; Airline, 24-t o. tumblers, $1.80
case. Figs: Dromedary dates, 3rt, K"c
case; new figs, 12-10 o.. 85c case; stuffed
dntes. walnuts. $1.35 box; fard dates.
Jan. l. 7 iui 7 (H
Jan. 1. 1 7 i:i 7 HI;
Jan. 3. r 7 80
Jan. 4..1 t 441 7 04 j
Jan. 5.1 6 4iiV 7 0JI 7 Ks
Jan. 6.1 I 6 741 8 381 7 021 S 001 T 431 t U
dtn. 8..1 64 I 6 74 S 3 7 oj 6 W) 7 4 I S .il
Jan. 7..( 6 7;;4; 7 (4)1 7 tl 7 111 I ' !li '
Jan. H..i 6 lh,'. t, :ii ; 11:1 7 14 6 19, I 8 4.1
I I j M S 06, 7 161 6 VS. 7 87i
Jan. 10. 6 tVi'.l , fi 06. 7 24 6 7 82 1 8 23
Jan. 11. 6 i,74 6 70 7 12 6 10', i .T.Jt lH
Receipts and disposition of liv'o stock
at the I'nion ttiock yaids, Oniana, lor
1 twenty-four houis ending at :i p. m. yrs-
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. 11 re
choice llMht Mexiisn Imniis would easily
Muttons showed fully as much upturn
as lamlx. yualllv whs on the whole
unite a hit bettor than estenlav's and
pa illy on this account trade looked a
ipiaiter higher In spots. Heat ewes here
reached $6611. while good yearlings weigh
ing heller than ! pounds made $t.2. and
1 holce vearllngs 01 desirable weights set
a new top of Is. 65. Everyone of the
tops raid tixlav Mahllthed a new record
lor the first month of the year.
1'rcder supplies fell off todav, nothing
much show inn up. Vesterd.iv demand for
feeding stock was brisk and depplte the
slump in killers, prices hold firm, fair
4.042 jl" good feeilltia ewes brlnclng heller than
a-.KI, While lunilis lor MlnsninK mn alien
ing reached $' A few light feeding
cHrlluas bronchi 7 40.
(juomtlons on sheep snd lambs: 1-amhs,
good to choice. $10 initio 15: lambs, fair
to goi.d, $9 T5'if lO.Oo; lambs, clipped, $8 I.vm
8 H,"i; earltngs good to choice light. $8.00
(18 iT.' vearllngs. fsir to choice heavy,
$7.4i8.flO; whet hers, fair to choice. $6 50
4iT.'-'5; ewes, good to choice, $6.2ofi6.6
ew es, fair to good. $.". 0iVff6.25.
Hepresentatlv es sales:
L"M fed lambs
Il fed bunt's
'.'so Montana feeder yearlings
580 Idaho lambs
570 Mexican lambs
121 fed lambs
4'C Mexican lambs
81 Idaho lamb"
592 Nebraska feeder lambs...
567 fed w os
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Liquidation of Speculative Special
tie Gather. Greater
DECLINE IN WAS SHARES
Clllt 4iO I.IW. KTOIR M 1RKUT
C M. A 81. 1' 8 10
Wabash 1 2
Missouri Bsclfic ... 8 5
1'nlon 1'nclfic .' 0 11 1
C. N. W., tMisl.... ;t ! 2
C. i N. V., west.. 46 '72 T 1
C., St. P., M. O.. 47 21 2
C , B. Q . east ... 8 4 1..
t'., n. .v y.. west.. ;t5 ni 12
C., R. I. V., eaat. 1. 6
C, R. I. IV, weal :i 1 3
Illinois Central 20 2
thU ago, IS. W 4 4
Total recilpts ..i83 242 40 2
Icelpta. R.0.M head; market weak; native
I beef steers. $6.4Ki' 65; western eleers.
$il 4iii8 .15; cows and heifers, $.1.2my8.4o;
I calves. $7.fiOi( n.t ,
I I lot 18-Receipts. K.W head: market
iL- hull, ,,f sales $iV6"l1 95; lights.
$6.4iKii6.8r; mixed. $'. :Vrt7 .; heavy. $6.h.v'(,r
6.7o; rough. $6iV,irt.70; nigs. $5.lsiii.fi0.
8IIEEP ANI I.AMItS-ltec.lpts 20.000
bead; market strong; wethers. $.0(V(i t.to,
ewes, $5.lVii7.0n: lambs. $s.iVu 10.,;..
May. II 25-4ti
Oats. I 1.
Pork. I I
Jan.. I 18 80 I
May. 19 40 J
Lard. I I
Jan.. I 10 30 I
10 75 I
21T1 264A 1 2IH
174ll 19',.BJl 1T4S
Kansas City t.rain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. ll.-WIIEAT-No.
1 hard, $1 .141il .18; No. 2 red, $1.204N.25;
May. $1.17H; July, ll.UVtrl.IIV
CORN No. 3 mixed, 70c; No. 2 white,
70c; No. 2 yellow, 704Hl71c; May, J4Vo;
OATti No. i white, 434fl44c; No. 2
Hl'TTKR CtMamerjr, SSc; firsts,
seconds, 29o; packers, 19e.
EliUrt Klrats, 27c; seconds, 20e.
I'On.TRY-lIens, 13c; turkeys,
Minneapolis UFraln Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Jn. 11. WHEAT
May. $1.244C(1.24; July, $1.83, Cash: No.
1 hard. $1.27'rd)1.28: No. 1 northern,
$1.24M 1.264: No. 2 northern, M.&MVri l.rT.
BRAN tU.WH I .50.
CORN-No. 3 ellow, 74''h'75c.
OATS-No. 3 white, 4.1fi44c.
Cattle. Hogs. 8heep.
18 80 I
18 90 '
78 ,( 4
18 75 '
I Omaha Hay Market.
I OMAIIA, Jan. 11 PRAIRIE HAY
; Choice upland, $10.00; No. 1. $9.0019.50;
j No. 2. $7.iVo.(K); No. 3, $5.00rr7.00; choice
midland. $9 5ti; No. 1, $-(.OOii'9.io; No. 2,
r $0.0irti8 ftc, No. 3, $4.(mi'6.ou; choice low
'land, $8.50; No. 1, $7.0iKirK.0O; No. 2. tb.&W
0"; No. 3, $l.004i6.00.
Miorrls Co 658 :,9I9
Swift and Company 1,151 3.567
Cinlahy Packing Co...l.."4l 3,161
Armour' A Co 1,21:1 4,'MJ
Schwartx a Co 377
J. W. Murphy 1,741
Lincoln Packing Co 31
South Omaha Pack Co. 5
V H. Vansant Co 125
Benton, Vansant & L.. 115
Hill & Son 91
V. R. Iewia 146
Huston Ar Son 4s
J. H. Root & Co 1 Iff
J. II. Mulla 9:1
Rosenstock Bros 127
ft. Kellogg U;
VYorthclmer A lcgcn.. 157 ...
II. E. Hamilton 55
Sullivan Bros 113
Mo. Kan. Calf Co.. 147
Meyers 13 2:1 ...
Baker, Jones & Smith 191
.Manner Bros 75
John Harvey 412
I Dennis At Francis 77 ... ...
Jensen & Lungrcn 9
Other buyers 1,048 ... 2,264
NEW YORK. Jan. 11. Liquidation of
speculative sm laities, which had lis In
ceptlon last week on publication of the
(inry statement, gathered greater head
way today, the movement receiving sub
stantial asslstsnce from a formidable
sln rt Interest Declines were most severe
In the xo-called war sto ks. losses of thro t
to seven points lelng sustained al th.'ir
extreme declines by Crucible
Pressed Steel Car. American Car,
win l.ncomotlve. Studebakcr and
other stocks of the same class
muter constant pressure. Im l idui '
1'nlted Ststes Steel and American Smelt
ing and the other coppers. Steel made .,
maximum decline of ', at 854, and Bet 1
lehein t-leel broke ten points lo 41 .
shares of no specific character, notniilx
those recently under pool manipulation,
were weak, (icnersl Motors led the au
tomobile division with a decline of 8 t 1
4,41. l-lnrly In the day variable ga ns wei,
recorded by American Can, olla and the
sugar Issues, the Istter responding to
rumors of Impending tsvorsl'le legislation
Ralls were backward, when not alto
gether heavy, Canadian Pacific anil Eric
being sublet to further foreign selling.
Offerings from abroad were not large
Lowest prices were recorded In the final
hour, some of the war group showing
little or no support even at concessions
total sales of stocks amounted to S45.U01
There were no surface developments to
account for tho liquidation other than the
belief that f !, n..l,. I 1..
11.-C.TTT.E-Ro- 'fanlrestlng an Increasing disinclination
... accept industrial securities In loans.
I Uh7ri.'1,.,'r '? An"-"'nch 6s at a
, 1 ,ld,,,,,t'"n 'mm recent high .pinta
il''"" featured the bond market, which
....,,.,..,,,., irrrauiar. 'lets sales
bonds, par value, were r..970.i").
mien etaiea coupon .Is dcllhed
cent on call.
nnml TL""1"" '" Quotation
on stocks today wero as follows;
Stales 11 1 aii. Lew
. . 83
. . s:l
. . 75
10 10 I
Weak hee I
Kansas I Hr Live 4oek Market.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 11 -CATTLE
Receipts pi.ooi head: market steady;
prime fed steers, $8 50frffl.OO; dressed beef
steers, $7.0i.25; western steers, $6,504"
8 2".: stocket s nnd feeders. $5.7Mt1.76;
bulls. $5.,"ti6.50: calves. $6.011 10.00.
1 1 Ot"!S Receipts, 20,014V bead; msrket
Mlier: bulk of sales. $6.6.Vn6.S5:, heavy.
i;7Mt'6 90: packers and butchers. ...4V-lfi
6.8c, liuhta, $6fOR!90: pigs. $.fvfifi..
SHEEP A NO LAMBS-Recelpts. 7.000
bead: market higher; lambs. $9.7SJ0.2j;
yearllnss. f7.7Mr9.0O; wethers, $6..i il i.Ja;
t. I.onla Live Stock Market.
ST. l.OI'IS, Jim. 11. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 4. 500 bead- market steady: native
beef steers. $7 60u9.fO: yesrllnn gteera and
heifers. $8.5v!iit 35: cows, $5 5OHr7.0O; stock
ets and feeders, $5.ofKii7 75: southern
steers $5.?fWfi8.50: cows snd heifers. $4 00
fiK 50: native calves, $6 Oixii 10.50.
tirWis ti.-celnts 15.000 head: market.
higher: pigs and lights. $6.0tVH4i 95 ; mixed
: . , . , . frun .. -A 1, ..
ann oiiTcners, n.iim. .
i 9 .4i7.e5.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Rocclpt 7.100
head: market higher; yearlings, $;.50ifc9.00;
lambs, $9.004i lff.rift: ewes. $6.0uii7.flO.
10 3241 10 2".
10 424H0 45-47
110 77-80' 10 85 B
. .7.828 16.790 10,861.
were very liberal
today, making the total for Hie two days
this week lK.yufj head, the. largest of any
recent week and 4.000 head larger than
for the corresponding two daya last year.
All kinds of killers, that Is, cows and
heifers as well as beef steers, were gen
STRAW None on the market; choice .rally a little stronger than' yesterday,
B Bid. A Asked.
CHICAGO ilt(l AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading and Closing
Prices on Hoard of Trade.
wheat Is quoted at Vi.OtxfrS.iiO; choice oats
or rye. ji.Ku).tit.
A LEA LEA Eighteen carg on the mar
ket, nothing choice; choice, $12.flofi 13ti0;
No. 1. $10.5tVrll.50; No. 2, $8.5njt I0.u0; No.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Emits
NEW YORK. Jan. 11. EVA PORATirn
j APPLES Dull and easy; fancy, 4'rt10c;
I choice, 7Vu8c; prime, 64ifo6Hc.
; HRIEl) ERUITS Prunes firm; Cali
fornia, 4ffilc; Oregons, 7v.i94o. Apri
cots, steady; choice, 74c; extra choice
luc; fancy, 12c. Peaches, easy; choice, f4
f54c; extra choice. 54c; fancy, KV40;
raisins, steady; loone muscatels, 7'4fi'74c;
'choice to fancy seeded, 74r'l,,c; seedless,
(CHICAGO. Jan. 11. Immense export
sales brought about a substantial ad
vance today In the price of wheat. Quo
tations closed strong, 14c to 14c higher. Hank C learings.
with Mav at $1,264 and July at tl.iws), f,t T. ni, i.
1.194. Other leading staples, too. all ' n' l1,'. J"; ,J tTw f .1 '
scored gains-corn, Mf-lc toc; oats, c ! ?,?'h ' .?Vht
to .c an.1 nrnvisions. 1 Urf to Anr. 1 .--. n. i.
Strength In wheat developed only after
the, market had undergone a setback at
the start. Rumors that foreigners were
selling appeared to bo responsible for the
temporary downturn, which was In the
face of decidedly bullish cable advices.
The European visible supply snowed a
pronounced falling otf, Argentine vessel I
rates had soared again, India was suffer- ,
iua from dry weather and It was said
Italy and Spain were arranging lor largo
prices here, however, nm not negiii to 1 many prominent bankers from director
uiw. - .1 until a 1 tr t- as as OA mari t r rr 1 n In 1 "
unusual activity on the nart of exDorters. ! trnm lHn national banks all
New Law Changes
Some Larger Banks
j NEW YORK. Jan. 11. Resignations of
prices ranging anywhere from steady lo
as much as 10c higher In some canes. It
was a good healthy market throughout.
Stockors and feeders owing to tho slrom
wt'io not so much sought after, but still
they were Just about steady with yester
day. Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, $M.00ipi.7G; fair to good beeves.
$7,264)8.00; common to fair beeves, $6.25iJ
7.25; good to choice heifers. $ti.25n7.(io;
food lo choice cows, $5.75(16.50; lair
o good, cows, $5.254tf.75; common
to fair cows, $4.00ifr6.OO; good to choice
feeders. $fi.8i7.t5; fair to good feeders,
$6.4(ifi6.S0; common to fair feeders, $5.50tfi
6.40; good to choice stockers. I7.0OW7.;
fair to good Blockers. $6.;i5o7.0i); common
(o 1 u.ir stockers $5.MVf(6X.. stock heifers,
$5.75f(6.75; stock cows, $4.756 25; stock
calves, $6.5tw7 60; veal reives, $7.004.frO;
bulls, slugs, etc.. $4.7iVut.26.
Joseph I.lve Stovk Market.
ST JOSEPH. Jan 11. CATTLR Re
ceipts. 1 500 head; market strong; steers.
$6 Mkii9.(: cows and heifers, 84.0ixW8.f4);
calves. $6.00(i0 25,
llofiH Receipts. 11.000 head: market
higher; top, $6.80, bulk of sales, $.Doi6.75.
SHEEP ANI LAMBS Receipts, 1,500
head; market strong; lambs, l9.WalO.00.
NEW YORK. Jan. 1 1 . COEEEE The
market for coffee futures was less, ac
tive today and prices showed a tendency
to react after the recent sharp advances.
The opening was ten to eleven points
lower, under realizing, and the active
months sold shout eleven to sixteen
points under last night's closing figures
during the afternoon, with July easing
off to 7.23c and December lo 7.45c. Ral
lies followed on scattered covering, or a
renewal of bull support, with the mar
ket closing at a net decline of four to
nine points. Sales. 40,noo bags; January,
fi.91c; Eehruary. .99c; March. 7.08c; April,
7.12c; Mav. 7.18c: June, 7.13c: July, 7.29c:,
August, 7.34c: September. 7.88c; October,
17.47c; November. 7.49c; December, 7.61c.
j Spot coffee, steady:, Rio, 7s, 84,r; Santos,
4s, 94C 1 out ann ireigni oners .rum
Braxll were delaved and no tresn quota
tions were available during the after
noon. Tho official cables reporting a
decline of 75 rels at Rio, with Santos
unchanged, and the rate of Rio exchange
on London l-32d higher.
YORK. Jan. 11 COTTON-Spot,
2.000-A. Holt county, near Atkinson,
fineat complied stock ranch in tho
state, including stock. Price light
2.680-A., Holt county, near Ewing,
excellent hard soil; fine ranch, well
improved, flowing well; good proposition.
Either of the above ranches will be
sold right for cash or will take, good
eastern Neb. farm as part payment.
1). V. SUOLKN CO.,
915-16 City Nat. Bk. Bldg., Doug. 49.
CHOICE FARM BAUOAINS.
foo-aer Block faun. $75 per
145-arre, Cedar county. $'05 per.
Sun-acre, b 'ttoni land farm, $50 per.
luo-acre. Burt county. m per.
C. b. KELYEA.
Omaha NaC Bank HJdg. Ornal'S.
19-AC RE" farm, 0 mtit-a south of Ureina,
So niilea aoiilhweat of Omaha, worth
$20.0. but I uin going lo sell it Janu
ary 12, the date of Ward Smith's farm
safe on the place. Arrange to meet ma
there. Ed B. Ijbhs. Tel. liar. 1.V92.
A OOoli lit t lo Ktock fsrm four miles
from Blair. Neb., all good bottom lund
will sacrifice l'.r cash. R. Martin.
Little Kalis. Minn.
The purchases for Europe were finally
announced as aggregating 1.600,000 bushels.
France was understood to be the leading
Encouragement for wheat bulla received
additional stimulus from indications that
railway congestion was being remedied to
Corn made a new high price record fr
the 1915 crop. The chief reasons were
reports that danger existed of serious
I crop damage In Argentina and that big
export transactions for March shipment
were under way at Philadelphia.
Oats reflected the strength of corn.
Buying for Europo continued, but the
amounts reported were not large.
Higher prices on hogs helped to lift
provisions. Il was naid there was a not
able transatlantic demand for lard.
Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red, $1.25J
1.26': No. 8 red. $l,2l(fi1.244: No. 2 bard.
Ktv- r-o .vriuvi , ! $l.2l'il 21", No. 3 hard. $1 I74j 1.2.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 11. James M. I , ,om . No , vfliow, nominal: No. 4 vrl
Hoppcr, the California novelist, who l : low. 71'yf721-; No. 4 white, 71Vrf724c.
now In Paris as a magazine correspond- nl": No. 3 white, 44Vo46c: standard
. , , , . . . , 1 4V'4ic. Rye: No. 2, !:. Barley: 64'(fi
cut, has been ordued lo reiort for duty Timothy; 37 V?78.no. Clover: lOOTKii
in the French army on the theory that rfrll.00. Pork: $11Ui'rMrt.90. Ijird: no.UI'-ft
he is a citizen of Franco, according to W U. . Bibs: $10.Ov 10.47.
. , , ,. . . BI TTER Easy; creamery, 23ri30'4jc.
Information received here. It became J ,.;(i,jS-Hlgher; receipts. 5,255 cases:
known today, In a cablegram to his firsts, '"Vo ."!' r ; ordinary firsts, 28c4i4c;
father-in-law, Joseph A. Innanl of this Included, 2Zi?c.
.. I.,, , 1.1 1..! POTA rOK- lower; receipts. 37 tars:
city, In which Hoper appeals for aid In Mic-liiKaa. Wisconsin. Minnesota and
proving his American citixenship. jliiikota. white, $l.o0rl.O8; Minnesota and
Hopper has been offiUally declared by 1 ''""'"- f!;1.0"' . l 0""1 , ,
1 , I'Ol LTIH Alive, lower; fowls, l.Vie;
the French war office, the cablegram 1 springs, 154c; turkeys, ISc.
Writer is Drafted
Into French Array
ays, to be a
Frenchman and liable
The cablegram asked
for j Mitt TURK I.KKHH, M 4.nK.l7T
SALE OR TRADE.
Irrigated truck faun. Rio C.rande
Valle. Texas; 40 acres, all under nil.
tivation. Hood Improvements. 228 City
Nsfl bank Bldg.
Wisconsin La ads.
L'PPER WISCONSIN Rest dairy and
, general crop state In the unirn. ,-e'tleis
wanted: lands for sale at low pttces on
easy terms. Ask for booklet R4 on Wis
consin Central Land tlrant. Excellent
lands for stork raising. If interested in
fruit lands aak for booklet on appie or
rhards. Address Land and Industrial
Dept., Soo Line Railway, Minneapolis.
a copy of Hopper's marriage certifi-atc.
Tbia cannot be produced, as all record
were destroyed in the San Francisco fire
of lis si, so Leonard rpent yesterday in
preparing affidavits and hunting up wit
nesses who might be able to give testi
mony that would convince tho Frencil
Hopper, who Is a graduate of the uni
versity of California, la the son of an
Englishman and French woman, who
were married In Paris. Hopper was born
In the French capital. He came to Cali
fornia with his mother after the death
of his father.
The novelist was married in Berkeley,
Cat. Ilia wife and their 5-year-old son,
James, are In Parts with lilin.
MASS MEETS OF WOMEN
TO PROTEST DEFENSE
WASHINGTON. Jan. 11. -A plan for
holding mass meetings of women all over
the country on Washington's birthday
to protest against "unnecessary war pre
parations by the 1'nlted States" was
launched here tonight at the closing ses
sion of the annual convention of tue
Woman's Peace party.
ttuolallona of tbe Day on Varloas
NEW YORK. Jan. 11 FLOl'M Firm;
spring patents, $ i.:f6 40.
II EAT Spot, firm: No. I imiiim.
$l.:i74; No. 1 northern, Duluth, $1,414;
No. 1 northern. Manitoba. $1 45, f. o. b ,
New York. Futures, firm; Mav, $l.34.
1 URN Spot, flim; No. 2 yellow, 87c,
OATH-Spot steady; No. 3 white, 50f,i5lc.
HAY-Steady No. I. $l.2inol.224 No. 2.
$1 074'al.l5; No. 3. 954497 4c; shipping, 85
HOPS Unlet : r.lale, common lo choice,
1915 trop. 16'i:c; 1914 crop, 54i9c: Pacific
coaHt. 19L5 crop, IISil.V; 1914 crop, 8fil0v.
HIDES Steady; Bogota. 3fti:ilc; Central
LKATH Ell-Firm; hemlock firsts. I3'o
34c; seconds. 32o33c.
PROV!SIONS--Pcrk. firm: mess, $19 254
19 75; family. 2I.OOa2.VOO. short elesr. $19 .50
4121.00. Beef, steady; mess, IHWa 17 On,
family. $18 00,1 18.50. Lard, firm; middle
TALIW Steady; city, 8c; country, 74
ftc; special, Mie.
BCTTER Steady: receipts, 18,236 tubs;
rresmery extras. S.7'.j34c, firsts, 2Sl32c;
Ei'KiS I'nsettled: receipts. 9.574 cases;
fresh gathered extra fine, 34u'iuc; extra
firsts, i-"iiS5c; firsts, SOllc; seconds, 284
C1IEFSK Ktealy; receipts, t.2ST boxes;
state whole milk flats, held specials, 174
over tha country are expocted In tha
annual bank elections todsy. The
changes will be .made to anticipate the
prohibition against Interlocking director,
ates contained In the Clayton law. Tha
law went Into effect October 13. 1914,
but, to allow the banks more time to
readjust tne personnel or tljelr manage
ment, two years were allowed for the
elimination of directors serving mora
than one bank. The effect of today's
elections Is expected to bo to r 11 miner? o
murh of the banking talent from the
boards of many large Institutions, Many
Wall street banks are understood to
have several representatives of other
Institutions on their directorates.
The Clayton act sperlfles that "no per
son shsll st the same time tie a director
of more than one bank organixed or op.
dating under the laws of the United
States, either of which has deposits,
capital, surplus and undivided profits ag
gregating more than $5,0OO,floO "
In many lasej the reillustmens mads
netersary will pot lake p'ace for some
n'H.ths, al'l-. .igh todays meetlis r.ro
the last rj t'sr stock! Iders" rsMinos
hei're the leqiliements, of the Clayton
law must be n i I.
Among the local national banks which
announced changes In directorates today
were the First National, Chase National,
Liberty National and the National Bank
Resignations from out-of-town batiks
were also announced by local bankers.
Frank A. Vanderllp, president of the Na
tional Clly Iwnk, resigned from the board
of the Rlggs National bank of Washing
ton, D. C, and other New York financiers
formerly active as directors of national
Institutions In Boston, Philadelphia, Pitts
burgh and Chicago, have taken similar
James J. Hill, retired from the directo
rate of the Chae National bank, bis son,
James N. Hill, succeeding him. Charles
M. Schwab and Daniel C. Jackllng of Ran
Francisco and Salt Ike were added to
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Kanaaa Cut Hnulharn. . . .
Mlanmirl, K. (4 T. pfd..,.
Navaila rVtppar ,
Nw York ('antral
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Wahaah B od
12.r.0c; sales. 2,HK
steady at a
oulet; middling upland
The cotton market closed
tiel decline of Wttl points.
Cotton futures opened steady;
ary, 1125c; March, 12.57c; May,
July. 12.91c: fictolier. 12.rco.
LlVERIOf)U Jan. 11. COTTON Ppot,
easier; good middling. ft.54d; middling.
K.21d; low middling, 7. Rid: sales, 10,000
At. I.onla riraln Markft.
f4T. TOITIS. Jan. 11.-WH HJAT-No. i
red and No. 2 hard, nominal; May, $1.22;
CORN-No. 2. T3c; No. 2 white, TlflTtHc;
May. 77'ac; Julv, 774iC.
OATS No. 2. IViH4c: No. ! white, 4,'jc.
I IOCS-Hog hupplles this morning were
rather disappointing, falling by sixty
mil or more lo come up tu expectations.
At that, though, receipts were iincnu,
somo 2:i4 cars, or I8.OU11 head, being r
porled in. This Is larger than a week
ago by .V"i. is 14.000 heavier than two
weeks ago, and a pain of l'LOO head over
the corn (..muling (lays last year.
Actual receipts al Chicago also fell
short of the cstlniale, and as early ad
vices from that point were of an encour
agalng iiHtuie, sellers priced their droves
at a flat dune advance right frouJMlie
tart, some even asking more than That.
Shipper started the ball rolling by tak
ing good hogs of butcher and heavy
weights at flat 1"C higher prices, paying
around a.C.VtW.Tn for the big end of their
droves, and as high as K' 75 on mora
than one occasion.
Packer trade got off t,, s slow start
again today. Killer buyers on first
rounds turned up their noses at hogs
offered on a 10c higher basis, hut little
by little raised their offers until a few
hogs final y began moving at fully 1"C
hlgtier prices. I hey tried to hold values
to this level, hut the heavy demand
from all quarters could have only one
effect, and the market continued to tin
prove as the morning advanced. The
lute trade was the best, manv of the
late sales being fully 15c higher than
Contrary to the general rule, there was
no not livable weakness on the close and
everything was cleaned up In good sea-
wi'i. Hulk of the sales landed at I"
6 75 the latter price being tho highest
New Nebraska Post masters.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 10 (Special Tele,
gram. Nebraska postmasters appointed:
Hlake, Oarfleld county, Mrs Rosle
Hart hel. vice Emma S. fmlth, resigned:
Tonwanda. Holt county, J hn H. Jonas,
vice Henry Hookstia, failed to qualify.
Brother of I. ale Pope Dead.
ROME. Jan. 10. Angelo 8arto, only
brother of the late Pope Plus X, is dead
at the age of 79 years. For years lie was
the posimasUT of the village of Urazle.
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40 4 10
Liverpool tiraln Market.
t nn-nnooi. T . 1 1 T.-TT ..' k nr' cnr.l
No. i Manitoba. 1.1s 4; No. 2, i:ta 3d; No!
S, 13s: No, 2 hard winter, new, 12 hVtd.
t OllN "'pot American mixeu, new, jus
International Marina fwt. 24.900
Total sales fnr tha day, 445,000 share.
NEW TORK. Jan. 11. METALS Iad,
$5 90. Spelter, not uuoted. Copper:
Steadv; electrolytic, $23.754r24.i3. Iron:
Steady and unchanged. Tin: Quiet at
At London Copper: Spot IM l.s; fu
tures, 4 15s; electrolytic, 114. Tin:
Spot, 17$ os; futures. 174 10s. Anti
mony, 125. Lead, .11. Spelter. 90.
NEW YORK. Jan. H.-SCQAR Rs w,
steady; centrifugal, 4. 1WJ4. 52c; molasses,
3.rien3.75c; rerined. easy, 20 points lower;
cut loaf. 6.85c; crushed, 6.55c: mould A,
6.20c; cubes, Cc; XXXX powdered, S.SOc;
powdered. 5.S5c.4 tine granulated, 5 7.':
diamond A, 5.V5c; confectioners' A. ft. 65c;
No. 1, 6.50c. Futures opened very quiet
today and at noon prices were a point or
two sbov last night's closing.
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK, Jan 11 MERCANTILE
AI'KH-IViii per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Sixty - day
bills. $4 7I4: demand. $4 7ti; cables $4 7i..
SILVER-liar, u(Hc; Mexican dollars.
hdnph tiovernmeni. easy; railroad.
TIME LOANS Firm: slxlv days. 2,v
2 per cent; ninety days. 2 per cent,
six months, 2Vn:i per cent.
( ALL MONEY-Steady; high. percent;
low, 14 per cent; ruling rate, 2 per cent:
last loan. Z per cent; closing bid, l per
cent; offered al 2 ler rent.
Closing quolatlnna on bonds today were
. l;M. K I T 1t a.. 77
. Mo. I'll-, ry. 6a 44
.1011 N. V C. orh. (ta.... 77
.101 M. Y. t'lty 4H IKV,
1(44 N. V. 4t au 4a....luv,
MR. WHEAT GROWER
(rr wtu vat tov to tn-raiTxaATa
', UmxttlUJ hr ffiucthmu. Stmt Sfraw,
iVa-5J.lrri Qmmlitim aat MHUmg tSra
'Halls all tha yar raund at from luhsir nukl
I man Mian Na. I Kiaarl la Taeaata an4 aUatti.
It milll (laOSas your ayaa te aaraonallr axaala
"Blnasttsm Wheat," and far your eaWTsnlsne
J will mall aoiall saoipl tor lbc: ar 10 lb. bT Par
eal Post far 41 00 I. A. XoOXB, The Bins.
Urn Whaavt Kan, Spaaoar, Waahlng-toa.
f. H. rt. a, r.
II. tt. a. ras
tt. 4a. re
fanama Sa nnupnn
Am. KmeltTra ia. .
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SHEEP Arrivals of sheep and lambs
were only alaiiit half as large as Mon
day's receipts and showed about the usual
Tuesday volume for this time of year,
rxttmutes called for thirty-nine cars, or
9.5Ki head, putting the total fnr the week
to date at 27.414 head, as sgslnst 27,tio2
last week, l).4nl two weeks ago, and
711 :"76 a year ago.
Tho lamb trade has fully recovered
from the effects of yesterday's heavy
run, and buyers were all anxious for to
day's more moderate supply. The msr
kel 0 !ned out on a l"n 15c higher basis,
and on occasions was thought to be even
more than that. Shippers paid as high
as $10.10 early In the day, and packers
lutef bought lambs at the same figure.
Loral Mocks aari Bonds.
Quotation furtilaliad by Puma. Hrinker a Co.,
44 (aiiaha Nalluuul Uiiik building Omaha. Nrtt:
Mora. llnl. AakaU.
Hankarc Mortfaa lxiao II lo
4ntlnrSal (iiu. a Klatrl pfd 70 'i-V
hreislaa ilnUI Co. a boon (Font).. iV KJS
Kalnuout Traniary Co. pld ia m
Tiri National hajik. Otnuiia XfiO 4e0
l.lnr"ln T a T nm 7 pr cent i tl
Mountain glalra T. 4 T 1"7', 1 ' I,
Nw Slats T. td 47', JV,
Nva-H-hnalder-Kowlar (fc wl y
Omaha A Oduik II Bl'lffa Ht. Hr p'd . 70 1:
oniana a ' Hlufla Hr. a Bnlla, pld (si k
farkard Mnor (ar la.. 1 r. pli..l"J lm
l'lra Mill u Pfd f. lull
Slum t'lir 4ito-4i Yda. t par rant pfd. 7(4j M
t'nlua HttH-k Yard slues 7 U1
IIT ot Omala ftrhoot 4V,a. 145 103 M
Chrnna "oiliitr. Nab.. 4a. 11 V,
poualaa hocunua u. a-". (Saiv Lavs) N
Absorhine, Jr., brings quick relief.
Keep It always at hand for instant use.
Athletes use Absorblne, Jr., for the mus
cle that has been strained, for the cut
or laceration that runs a chance of In
fection; for the abrasion that pains and
the limbs that are stiff and lame from
Walter Johnson, the famous pitcher
of the Washington Americans, says:
"Absorblne, Jr., Is a first-class liniment
and rub-down for tired muscles. I have
used it myself to advantage and can
heartily recommend it to ball players
Absorblne. Jr., la a concentrated anti
septlo liniment only a few drops re
quired at an application. It is safe and
pleasant to use leaves no greasy residue.
Sold by most druggists, $1.00 and $2.00 a
bottle or postpaid. Liberal trial bottle
for loo In stamps.
W. V. YOUNG. P. D. V.
104 Temple St. Springfield, Mass.
I.iuroln Traction ha. 184.
I.lacoln Tal. A Tal. . 1
Montraal T. a P. Co. Ha. 114
Matropotltan Ga (a 141
Omaha R. U 4V P. r. hm. 13J
oniaha c H m Hr IK
I'hcIII" US- E. 4a. lS4'i
poltawatlamts (a . la., na IMS
Hmlntn TvTwrltar Co. 4a. 14 . .
Hoeky Ml. Kul 4a. IMS. and bonu.
Had (loud. Nal... 4S. 1W
lu Il T Tl4hon a. 1924
Kl. KVanrla lvaa l)la.. Mo., 4a. 140.
W'k hlU I'nloa bio. k Tarda to. 1934 .
H rw ti
Thousands of Fine
at Half Price
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