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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1916)
THE HKK: OMAHA, KIM PAY, JAM' A NY 14. l:Ki
4.W N. THIRTY -EIGHTH AVENUE "
Close to school and cathedral; best
Part of Omaha, 4 ruomi down. 3 up.
Will finish .lil floor, build sleeping
porch or kr rage.
OKEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
11 Omaha Nnt.'l. ' Doug. 2715.
gvenlngs Walnut 3rA or Colfax 15fi1.
" Sort h .
FRAIRJe' PARK 2M Ames Ave. Slreet
paved and parked. 7 rooms and hath;
beautiful shade; wide lot and street.
$W rash. $:t rnonth.lv. 6 per rent Inter
est. Will he sold for 3X) less than actual
value to right nsrty. R J. Srsniu-il,
rhona Dong. SW nr Colfax 8.M1.
NEAR HAXSCOM PAKTv""
Tivlturroom across front of house; cloak
ftoiiel wnh mirror door; dliiiiiK room
with Dutch windows, kitchen; onk fin
ish; two bedrooms, battirnom and nun
room on M floor; entirolv modern; Just
completed; full basement ; corner lot
facing east and south; located near
H-nsoorn 'ri"htons first.
nflO cash will handle this.
C. (J. CAN LB ERG,
. $12 Rrandela Theater Pldg
CAN UK HOUOIIT RIOHT.
Beautiful 7-room cottage; strictly mod
Urn; nlc larica lot; three chicken houses;
rood Karate; fine shade in front and
back vard; fine nelnhbornood. 5817
Routh rid St. Phone South ISIS.
f rX-ROOM. modern bunaalow finished In
oak, beam celling", built-in bookcase?,
plata rail, heautlf ullv papered. Inrirc ce
ment basement, large fruit cellar nnd
ooal bin. Rogers' furnace, east front
lot. 40x127; 1516 S. g.th St.. phone D "('.
70n CAPH. J0 PER MONTH.
A aplendldly built 6-rooni house, all
modern except furnace; paving all paid;
hnuM is rented at $16 per month and
rent will take care of payments until
PAYNE INVESTMENT m,
I. 1781. 6th Floor Omaha N'afl Hank.
100 FEET :T24TiI STREET
Will sell or g;vc long time lenso on
favorable terms. Located right for a
sure advance in value.
GLOVER & SPAIN
W9- City National. roue..W2.
RtAL ESTATE IN VE8TM ENT.S ARB
Tou cannot always bank on storks
and bonds, hut real estata. If boiiRht
right, will not only be absolutely ante,
hut will advance in value. Omaha la
arrowing tremendously and will continue
to grow. Come in and sea shout a
home or an Investment In real rstutc.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
t. 1781. ftth Floor Omaha Nat'l Bank.
LOT BA RdAlN Slst and Oak, facing eaat
boulevard, lxllf, corner for 'ti:; see
me at once. Tcbbcns, 606 Om. Nat. Bk.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES
2.00O ACRE RANCH.
This fine ranch located near Atkinson;
i of the land tillable: vjo A. In cul
tivation. fiO A. in alfalfa; excellent im
provements. Including- SO white-faced
cows, 40 thoroughbred sows, automo
h 1 2 norst-s mo 11 winter iced. Prl-e
$35 per acre. Ita a bargain. Will take
Mun; no(l clesr moixTiy in ix huniic
for part payments.
IJ V. "Ill)' "M PANT.
1.16 City Nat Pk. Bldge. Done 4!V
WANT a good farm In oRHtern Nebraska
or western Iowa of around ilW) acres, tn
exchange for cash and one of the beat !
general tarina ana Hearing orchards tn
Floda. tood soil, pure water, splendid
climate, churches, hools. many north
ern and western people. What have, you
and what is it worth? Address Ownift,
K 493, Ree.
FOR EXCHANGE So acres In the best
Irrigated country: 7-room eoncrotu
brick house, well finished; other build
ings good: 6. acres alfalfa: owner
wants well equipped garape in central
Neh. W. II. Smith. Wheatland, Wyo.
' FOR E.NCH A N'T; e.
An VI aero and 2"-acre tract In cen
tral Florida for good Omaha property.
CHARLES 15. WILLI ASISUN.
f07 Taxton Hlock.
Tel. Douglas -W-
0. OMAHA property, 4613 S. 23d. John
Real Kalatt Loaaa, Mortaage.
8 TO 6 for loans on bent Uaaa city
residences In amounts $2,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1622 Farnam Si.
WE are ready at all tiroes to
make loans on first-class city j
property and eastern Nebraska I
farms. Rates on request.
UNITED 8TATES TRUST CO..
212 8. 17ta St.
OMAHA homes. East Nenraska farm.
O KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
101 Omaha National, rhone Douglas $71 3.
$1'4) TO $10,tt5 made promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Bidg.. ISth & Faraam Bta,
MONEY on hand for city and tarm loan.
H. W. Binder, City National Bank Bhlg.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. 11. Thomas. 228 Statu Bunk B!d.
FARM and city loans at lowest rates.
TOLAND A TRUMBULL. 44S Bee I Udg-o
CITY and "farm aoana, 6. 5'j, 6 per cent
J. H. Pumont ft Co.. 416 Slate Bank.
rtTV l.niN'l - II farlberff. S1U.
O 11 RrtnilAii Theater RWltf.
Sto-ks aad Bonds.
FOR SALE Am) sharea of slock. Rank
er Realty Investment Co., at $1.15 per
share. Address B. Bee.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
HKRfHEY li6 ACRES.
Platte Valley alfalfa furtn, JS miles
from North Platte, bi acres now lit
alfalfa: ) acres in crop: I'. acres In
hog pasture and 15 acres in meadow ;
good 5-room house, new barn, granary,
corn crib and chicken house; runnlni;
water and paid-up wiiter right. Thla
farm is a bargain at $luo an acre. It
will make money for you.
PAYNU INVESTMENT CO..
P. 178L 8th Floor Omaha Nat l Bank.
a GOOD little stock farm four miles
from Blair, Neh., all good bottom land
will sacrifice for casn. K. Martin.
Little Falls. Minn.
4TOR BALE Best large body of high
grade, meidum priced land in Nebraska;
very little money required. C. Bradley,
ASK THE MAN
who owna one. what a 10-acre pecan
orchard at Occ-an .--prings ray him.
Easy monthly payments, without Inter
eat, buys one. Prices low Freo sam
plea. W. T Smith Co., D. 2al. City
Nat. Bank Bids.
IT TH in the Ojnrks Farms all
aiaee. WU1 grow anything. Writ for
W. 8 FRANK. 2"1 Neville Block.
Trias I. a nds.
SALE OR TRADE.
Irrigated truck farm. Rio Orande
Valley. Texas; 40 acre, all under cul
tivation. Good improvements. 2-8 City
fat I baa Bidg.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
I'PPFll WISCONPIN-Hest dairy and
general crop state in the unl.n; eettlera
wanted; land! for ala at low priors on
aey term. Ask for booklet S4 on wn.
Cousin Central Land Grant. Excellent '
lands for stock raising. If Interested In !
frill lanrta o V e. t....i,t.., -
cbards. Address Land and Industrial !
pept.. Soo Line Hallway. Minneapolis,
M lapel la oenaa.
HAVE TOU A FARM FOR BALE?
Write a good description of your land'
and send It to tha Bloux City Ca.l Jour
nal, "lowaa Most Powerful Want d I
Medium." Twenty-five words every Frl- 1
day evening. Saturday morning and
every Saturday evening and Sunday fori
one month, Hiving sixteen ad on twelve
different days for 12, or to words. $1, or
J.i words. . I
Largest circulation of any towa news
paper; i'0,000 readers dally In four great.1
QOOfi, steady horse, Iiuckv and liurness
cheap. Apply Cole, 54116 No. 3..th Ht.
Thirty-two milk wagons tor sale, chcau.
Johnson-l'anforth Co., istn and Clark.
HoKSK and wagonfor saieTyl.r 111.1.
1IAV-OW tun. A. W. Waaner. d N.I.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
MXI grain., luo lbs. Sl.Ij. Wagnor. 0i N.lb.
WHENEVEIl you are considering sell
ing or buying a used car and you want
full valuv for your money or you want
people who are willing to my for what
the are getting you will have no ra
liret if you buy or advertise througn
the used car column of The bat. Phuus
1 1H14 Hupmoblle coupe, elec. equip. J7W
11.U6 Monitor touring, brand new 7a
111114 ti-cyhndor Mudebaker touring. n0
1 llollier. (-cylinder touring tmO
1 1H14 Oakland touring 4JJ
1 Met, ro.idsler u0
Auto CU-aHng House, :;op Fnrnam. ir 3310.
A L'TOMO BILE and Ventral Ininmnm
I fire. thett, llnhlllty. etc ART
I TH ATCH Ell, 1217-1S City Nat.IMoL
1 5-PASSENOER automobile, in good"
1 condition; very cheap. Call I). HK.
I AUTOMOBILE M UTUA L, "iNSUKANCB
CO.. Douglas 2X19.
! WANTED To buy 1914 or 1916 Ford tour
! Iim car body. In good condition. Box
325, Keno-'aw. Neb.
Aato LlTery and liaroaea.
lustrial Parage Co.. iO Harney BU.
Anto Repairing and Palntlngi.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Coils repaired. Raysdorfer, 210 N. ISth.
FREE winter storage when cars are
painted and repaired. Johnson-Uanfortb
Omaha Radiator Rep. Co. 2(Ji Far. U. 1
Aato Tires and ttnpplles.
REBUILT. $2.00 TO $6.00.
DUO TIRE CO.. 111 Chicago St,
HA RLEY-D A VIPSON MOTORCYCLES.
bargain In used machines. Victor Roos,
"The Motorcycle Man." 7703 Leavenworth.
60 to Bombay, India,
to Replace Jesuits
Interned by British
Rev. Father Fsriell. . J., and Father
Rarrett, K. J. were recent visitors at
Crelghton college. They were enroute
for Hombay, India, to replace (iermau
Jesuits who had been Interned by the
HrltlHh government. M. Xavlcr's colloge
where they expect to tttc up their dutio.i,
had been under . manaKement of Jesuits
from tho Oerman mission. With the re
moval of the Herman fathers, it became
necessary to if lace them with men
acceptable to the government. Theno
of course would have to cmnti from neu
tral . countries. llenc from the United
States. Fathers Farrell and Barrett of 1
New York were commissioned to gu
there. Although traveling with as grc.it
dispatch as possible, they do not rxpoct
to hiiIvo at Hoinhay before March V
Stockmen Look for
No Loss of Stock i
Live stock agents of the railroads ope
rating lines into tho rango country to tho
weal and northwest are beginning to re
ceive numerous telegrams from men with
whom they have been doing business for
yenra. These telegram Indicate that tho
cold spell will not result In any serious
loss to the cattle and sheep misers.
Cattle and aheep are in prime condi
tion, assert the rnllroud live stock men
and aro able to withstand the cold. There
was not enough snow to cover the range
to any great de; til and generally w hitt
there waa blew away.
LATE VICTOR CALDWELL
HONORED BY ASSOCIATES
The stockholders a nd directors of the j
United States Notional bank adopted al
Ilie nnn'J-.l meclc ',' 1 1 n
ting the desth of VI- tor R. Ca'dwell, who I
died December 26. The stockholders and
directors resolved that In the death of
Mr. Caldwell the bank suffered an li re-
parable loss, and that In recognition of i
his services a bronr-e tablet with an an-
propriate Inscrlotlon to his inemnrv be
Tlared permanently In the lobby of the !
new banking house.
PETERSON PRESIDENT OF
President, N. J. Peterson; vice president,
Charles I'eterson: secretary, !'. M. Cur
son; treasurer, A. V. Johnsn 1.
YOUNG CHAP STRUCK BY
TRAIN STILL UNKNOWN
The body of the young fellow, about. 22
years of age, who was struck near Avery
on Saturday night by a train. Is still at
the Brailey ft Dorrance undertaking
establishment, unidentified. The cloth
ing worn by the man is of good mitjertal
and bears the mark of a Sioux City sh .p.
SON IS MADE GUARDIAN
OF HIS MOTHER BY JUDGE
Bernard 3. Iaxrkin. South Side, ha been
appointed guarlian of his mother, Mrs.
Elisabeth II. Larkin. She has just re
ceived $15,000 life Insurance money from
the estate of her late husband, Bernard
J. Lerkln, sr., and waa adjudged by Pro
bate Judge Rryre Crawford to be Incom
petent to handle the money.
innual meeting of the Ideal Coin, nt , ,". I"!l""''n . ., . . !:. ,:,, m To vearlinn. tH.2V.rS 26; wethera. 1 P111 " ot r,3 higher money for most of
company was held January 12. at : Vl YuU-V- V': 1 si'-.vS'-'i v- -. i $ 7f.,7.7i; ewes. f, Mi'7M; Blocker, aud I elr hoga and gave a loc advance on a
' .. . . ' 1 ' ynn t. -No 1. 1 S't 1 .'."; No. -. I f,.e.i,.r ii uo.i "j few occasions. Hulk 0 sales wua nwule
the following officers were elected- ! $1 OTkfil.l .. No. :i, rkc; shipping. ;a "-v '- ; at a spread of M.tw to t7.i. with tons at
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET i ?
Receipt of All Grain Are Forty
Four Can, the Lightest in
WHEAT IS UNCHARGED
OMAHA. January 13, 1916.
V)n account of the severe snow storm
and cold weather the local wire houses
had trouble In getting the option market
Tha receipts of all cereals totalled only
forty-four cars, tha lightest It has been
Tha IraHhiir was also liuht with onlV
a few cars to sell there was vet y little
bti)'lh and selling. -
I na rasn Wheat was quoieo uncnanaea
The corn sold lSc higher to ic lower.
the poor grades of corn selling ai mr box. Ornpefnilt : !, 4la. M. IM per
lower prices. ihox; fls, w. W.7S per box; CWnvater. all
Hats wera liffl'.c higher. .sies, 14;;. per box. trapcs: Malaxaa,
There was no rye or parley rcponeu
t,'learancea were: Wheat and flour equal
,to 9K.( bu.; corn, JMQ hu.. oats, TTMi't
hi higher, corn, 2d higher.
Primary wheut receipts were jrs.tvw bd.
and shipments 7.ntm bu.. against receipts
of l,l.fluo bu. and shipments of 'i4l.) hu.
last year. . .
lrimarv corn receipts wsra Tb One, hu.
and shipments 4.V.000 bu.. aalnt re
ceipts of l.M.yiXW bu. and shipment of
1,ll.fl"n bu. last year.
Primary oata receipts war 2i. bu.
and shipments 5S7.xi on., afcalnst re
celpta of Msi.Oio bu. last year.
CAR LOT RWEIPTS.
Wheat. C n
Omaha 16 27
These sales ware reported today:
V'O. ! hard winter: 1 car,
$l.l"Vt; 1 car. $1.17. No. S hard winter:
I car. li lt;
! cars. $1.1
.MS. $ cats. $114;
J cars. II.IJ.
No. 4 hard winter: 1 car,
II 11: l hi,
$1.10; 6 cars, $l.0H; 2 cars,
$l.c; 1 4- cars. $1.07; 1 car,
ll.tm; l-s car.
$14. Sample: 1 car. $1
ft!; 4 cars, $1.02.
No. 4 mixed: 1 car. $1.11: 2 cars. $t 10; 1
Car. $l.0S. Rye-No. 2: 1 car. Mc. Corn
No. 4 white: I car. V:; 1 car. K,e, 4
ear, c. o. 5 wnite: 1 car. wt,c
ears, "ic; 2 cars, c.
No. 6 white: 1 car.
6.1c. No. 4 vcllow: 1 car,
ic. .No. 0
yellow: 1 car. M"4C; I car, flSWc. No. (
yellow: 1 car, rtc No. S mixed: 1 car, ,
ff'c. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, 68c; 1 car.
Wjc: $ cars, (Sao; 3 cars, 67c. No. n ,
mixed: 1 car. t.c: 2 care, 6..V': 1 car,
5i'4C. No. 6 mixed: I cars, 62'c. 2 cars, j
f2o. Sample: 1 oar. Wo; 1 car. 6.1c; 1
car, file; 2 care. 'ic. Oats No. 3 while:
i cars. 44c. No 4 white: 1 car. 44c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat : No. 2 hnrd,
fl.lSMI.IKi: No. 8 hard. $1.121 US: No. I
4 hard. $1.0,11.11: No. 2 spring, $1 .IVa 1 .17 .
No. 3 spring. $1.13S 1.1.1; No. S durum. $1.14
fi'l.W; No. 3 durum, $l.1Sfl'l.14; samnle, S c
fj$l.3. Corn: No. 3 white. 6s'7'.itWiV; No. :
4 white. a7HI!l'V: No. 6 white. KTJhf'iic;
No. white, 621Tiic; No. 3 yellow, CMfTOSc:
No. 4 yellow, 07i9c; No. 6 yellow. S',lf
7c; No. ( yellow, 64ti6.'.c; No. 3 mixed. '
HW: No. 4 mixed. (K,4l4c; No. S
mixed. 64fl;Aie; No. 6 mixed. l"4)c:
sample, fc&ii3a Oats: No. 2 white, 4f''ti
4.r.'.e; sUndard, 44fNoc; No. 3 white. 4414
fi-44So; No. 4 white, 4.1VaH4". Barley:
Malting. Vrf70c: No. 1 feed, 67M?c. Rye:
No. 2. 92(01130 ; No. 3, 91ft12c.
Chloago closing prices, furnished The
Bee by Logan Bryan, stock and grain
brokera. 815 South Sixteenth. Omaha:
Article Open. Hlgh.l Low, I Close i Ves y.
V heal I
1 28 V
1 2R1, 1 '.SA
i as! i 2u'A
IS 16 IS 00
19 62HI 19 lA
10 2H 10 70
10 V2'-I 11 00
10 S2"4! 11 00
10 en I 10 so
10 82l 10 SO
I 10 52',!
10 SO I 10 SO I
10 47'i I
H Bid. A Asked. I
CHICAGO CHAIN AND PROVISIONS
I ratnres of the Tradlaa; and losing i
Prices on Board of Trade. j
CHICAOO, Jan. 13-IIIghest pricea yel '
on the lVl'i crop were 'scored In the
wheat market today chiefly because of I
the cold wave. A reaction followed, i
however, inn the close wa unsettled j
at ' ffi-S.c to "iWiiC net advance, with i
May at $I.2V'S. and July. $I.2IS'T
it. tuner leaning staples too, an aiiowou
trains. Corns, "a'u-'c to Vtft-He; oat, -'i to
T' . and provlelona 2'nc to 15c.
Top prices of the day n wheat came
shortly after the opening. The severely
cold weather lias brought about ac
tive buying, which waa increased by prin
iuctiona that the Arctic temporaturv
would continue for several days, and
would increase the likelihood of cxten- dot line of s to 10 points, with May selling
lve damnge to the winter cron. Resides, at 7 07c and July at 7.i6e, or shout 2". to
advices were at hand that British Im- ) 27 points under the high level of last. Uon
port roqiiiruments promised to he larg- j day. There was further scattering;
-i- than expected. There were also hull- Ihiuldiitlon on this decline, but offerings
Ish estimates current as to the amount I were pretty well taken, with the price, of
of domestic farm reserves. However, a I May recnxerlng to 7 14c. while July sold
pause waa very noticeable in export d" I up to 7.""n- In the late trading. The close
inn nd. and It waa suhl that Enzlisi , aas steauy. I to 2 points net lower, rinlea
buyers were refusing outright to follow i wore I4.250 bagi. January, tWc; Febrti-
the advance. Uberal selling by Innu-x
ensued, and at times the market ap
peared to be leaning to the bear aide.
Just before the close, good support
ing orders for wheat were encountered,
and In the final dealings a lively rally
was taking plaoe. Increasing cold and
renewed fear, of damage to the winter
crope seemed to form the dominating
Influence, notwithstanding that it would
perhaps be aeveral months before ac
tual damage could be confirmed.
Corn like wheat touched a new high
prion level for the JS15 crop. Reports
were received that drought had injured
the Argontlna crop 25 per cent. Cold
weather nutting down domestic receipts)
tended further to lift the market.
OATS Trade broadened considerably.
Buyers seemed disposed aa much as pos
sible to give preference to oats instead
Provisions responded to a spectacular
edvunoe in the hog market. Sneelaliata
denh-d reports that cash provisions sales
-ir ii ir isrgrxi on recora.
Caul. -t-m . .''- ift 1 r
viiwT a , , . ' Re-elpts, 3.0X) head: market strong; n,
WIIEAT No. 2 red. nnm nil C -i . . . . . ' . -A. .
,.., . x- . . . -
reo:. 11.27; No 2 hard. $1. 2111;.: N'n
.. nam, i.44'9l.Z2Vt.
CORN No. 2 yellow, nominal: No I
yellow. 73Ht75c: No. 4 white. 7;iSit741o.
. 1 .- i-Hu. o wane, .)',,, '11 11 '
RYI-3-.Vo. I. 9c.
HA It LEY 5i.7fle
Tl MOTH Y-$6.iiiS IX)
'Li )Vi:R-tl0 ojK,y i9 (,
4KW KIRK t.KNK.RAI, SIARKRT
j ((aotalloaa of the Pay oa Various
NEW YORIw Jar 13 FLOlMt .,
Id lUU,w Jar" "- tOLH-I Irmly
! WHEAT Spot, unsettled: No. 1 durum
'tlAll. t I, Vrtrb- V'A 1 .1
j Oiiliiih, $1.43, and No. 1 northern. Maul
Hul S-S'eady; state, common to chile.,
1910 trop. I.i2i-c; 1S14 crop, 6ii!)c; Pacific
coast. 1915 ciop. lHil.Sc; 1j4 crop, Mill),
ill I iKS yuiet; Bogota. SC'aJlc; Central i
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts
2.4c; seconds. 3?'a37to.
PROVISION! Pork, firm; mesi. $14 hfn
7J; family. $sl.tJ4J-2S.(; short clear. $ l 0
'ri'.M.utl. r.t-. f , steady; mess. tln.Wf.i 17 (;
family. $H.i.i 1.".0. Lard, firmer, middle
west. $10 rV.i lO.'TO.
TALLo v r" 1 in ; city, country, 7'j
PCTTElt Si.-adv; receipts. CT. tul.s;
creamery extr is, M score, x:-; i reatnery.
higher ncorlng, '.ic; firs . 2V(j i:e.
EtKJS Steady; receipts, 10 72H csaea;
fieah gathered extra fine, r..u37c; extra
firsts. 34o'(o ; lufli, 3."-i03'jc; seconds,
I'll EES E Strong- receipts. V7 boxes;
state whole milk, held specials, IS. ; av
erage fancy, 17Hu7Sc; current make spo
cimIs. Viiiiliir; avt-rave run. I1,'! lkA,c.
PtjL'LTHY Alive, firm; western rtilck
ena, lc; fowls, PVl lurkes, .0-; dresre),
steady; fresh killed western chickens, 14
43 Sue; fowls. 14i 18Sc; turkeys. 24a2&c.
4maka Hay Market.
OMAHA, Jan. 18.-PRAIKIE HAY
Cboice ut'land. tlOOu; No. 1, laro9.S0;
No. 2. $7.ft)n'i0; No. 8. $AOin7 00. Clioic
midland, $K No. L kai.ni; No. i.
$7....i' land. $ 71, No. 1. 7 . On; No. J
; No. :t. $4 until")
STHAW None on the market Choice
wheat ta quotable at t00 to H choice 1
oat nr rve at t' X) to t! I
ALFALFA Eighteen ear on the mar-'
Vet. Choice, f 1 i 1.1 No. t. f 1 1 f..-v
11. SO; No. 1, J.KH1i).ii; No. J. 5.ctii.
OMAHA (IKtnAl. MtRKRT
P. EBP" CiTS-Riba: No I. Ih'pc: No. J.
lK'te; No J, i:v. tolns; No. 1, 20V;
No. J. ISo; No. .1, 14.-. Chucks: No. 1.
?c; No 2. Sc; No. $, S'-vC. Hound: No.
1. l.Vc; No. 1. 12e; No. $. 11r Plates;
.NO. I, Je; Ml. I. XVtc,; r.o 3. 7C
I- RI ITS Orange
orn I. lH,.n5 St '"VavJl."
ornla Piinkist rav eis.
Navel. sOs. $2.4
Sunklat Navel. PSa. lOOs. I." VI i.r
'California Sunklst Navels, 11.'.. $2.75 per
1. i a., .!!. v..,l. iNta
' i w' per box : California ftu'nklst Sfavela!
'''" IMs. r-'4s, 50 i-r box. California
i.s. ws. a. ni per pox. canromia
Sunkl.t Navela, 17H,. ns. 21. tv. H 75
P-r box lemons: flolden Howl. J.KV..
s, t..fO per box; Silver Cord. MM per
, 17 f, op rr ttananae: Medium
Site bunches. $!.6ff1 Ih bunch; medium
sle, Jumho. $?'iT?o bunch: regular
sites. Jumbos, IIKoflJTR. bunch: extra
large Jumbos. $..KVt 1?6' hunch; Mam
moth Jumbos, $.1.6o!1 71. bunch. Cran
berries, $11. 60 bhl., $4' box.
Af'l'LEM (Boxes) Home Beauties, ta,
$1.7B; extra fancy Jonathans, Washing
ton. $200, Newton Pippins, $2.00; Arkan
sas Blacks. $27i: Wsgners. 'J.2S; IVIIcl
ous. S2$o. Oiimes' Uoldcn. $2 00; I-esr-malnes,
13.26. Staymen Wlnesapa, extra
fancy. Washington, $2.00, gpttsenburgs,
Washington, fancy, $2.60,
HON BY Comb (24 sections!. $;'.7S cane;
Airline, (2 dns. 6-os. tumblers!. $1 SO rasa.
Figs: New, twelve 10 o.. fV case.
Pates: Dromedarv. (SAsl. $2 SS case:
tuf'd. walnuts, $1.83 box; fard dates.
VEGETABLES Onions- Red. Me lb ;
!j-ellow, litr lb.; Spanish. $1 7S crate
I cucumbers. 12 00 dox 1 ennera SOe basket:
! cauliflower. $2.76 crate: brussel sprouts.
f"e lb ; cabbage. 1uj lb : new beets, car
rots, turnips. iVV) dos.; old beets, carrots,
turnlpa. rutabagas. IV- lb.; lettuce, head,
$100 dor..; lettuce crates, $4.0) crate;
lettuce. Isnf. 400 dot.: celery. Jumbo,
tc doi.; oelerjr. Michigan, 82.00 box;
farsley, ,W dos.; radishes, Soc dor.,
'otatocs: Red River Ohlos $1 "0 hu.;
White SlnA K11 awAAfru.tittnAA- t.' n
. $:;. tviH to hbl ; 'jerseva, $1.74 hamper;
Southern, $1 (K) hamper.
N L TS No. 1 peanuts, raw, Mic Ih.;
No. 1 peanuts, roasted, So Ih.; peanuts.
Jumho, Se h. ; peanuts, Jumbo, roasted,
''f Ih.; English walnuts, No. 1, 16' lh ;
fillierts. lio Ih.; pei-Mns. 12V lb.; peacans,
Jtimboes, I7'4jC lb.; Brazils. ISo lb ; mixed
nut. !& Ih.
POPCOHN-No. 1. rice, 40 lb ; 40o 1 lb.
packages, $2.TiO case: Nebraska whttv
owing to quality, 0Hti3ttc lh.
uw i-;M,ANr;i)US ornpops. Korn-
eites. $1.2" case: cornnons. kornettea. one
half cases, $1.66 case; checkera. crarker
'ack, 1 hums, a.l.:0 rase: checkers cracker
Jiick, chums, one-half cases, $1 7S case:
raited peanuts, $1.2$ can; horseradish.
$1 7." esse. Honey: Com 124 sections),
83.75 case; Airline. 24-a o. tumblers. $l.
case. Flg: Dromedary dates, 3tt, N.c
case; new f.gs, 12-10 us., S6c cae; stuffed
date. waWiula. il.ib box; fard dates.
Kansas City raln and Provlilooi.
KANSAS CITY, Jsn. 13.-WHEAT-No.
2 hard. $1.15tfl.i; No. $ red, $1.20-a1.2..
CORN No. 2 mixed. 71-tf7l'c; No. 3.
'7fr70e; Xo. ! white, TlirnV: No. 3, 6.H,
70c; No. 2 yellow, 7m?t,2c; No. 8. 70'to.
OATS No. 2 while. 46tl4uV; No. 2
Ht'TTEIt Creamery, 33c; firsts, 31c;
seconds, 20c: iackers', 1c.
EtPtS Firsts, 27c; seconds, 20c.
1VHLTKY Hons 13c; turkeys. 17c;
I.oele erala Market.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 13. WHEAT No. 2
red. $l..Wn1 33: No. 2 hard, nominal: Mav.
I fi.2411 i.24V J'y- h.i"h.
CORN No. Z, 74'in5c; NO. 1 white, 74V,
l75c; May. 7SVc; July, 7S'4o,
OATS-Ko. 2, 4."rttiH5Vic; No. 2 white, 4Sc;
May. 4S'c; July, nominal.
Liverpool (irala Market.
IVERPOOL. Jan. 13. WHEAT Snot.
No. 1 Manitoba Ma 6d; No. 2. 13s 4'1;
No. 3. lis 2d; No. i hard winter, new. 12a
American mixed, now.
CORN-No. 8 yellow. 7BVjc.
OATH-No. 3 white. tiViW-c.
NEW YORK, Jan. 13. COFFEE The
niiirket for coffee futures was more or
less unsettled by conflicting rumors with
rofrroiii-p. to the lost and freight sit uai Ion
tml.'o. An nHntiig decline wss mostly
I recovered, however, snd reports that
i ... , , i i f rnl ' Vi m t r. . vi - In hail arivincpH
again yestcrdsv wrro taken as a further
Indication of the Increasing scarcity ot
, ocean tonnage. The market opened at
arv, SS7c: March, 7t; April, 7.09c; May.
7.14 : June, 7.20c; July. 7.25c; August, 7.8e;
September. 7 .Cc; October 7.4( ; Novem
ber, 7.4re; December, 7.50r. Spot, quiet;
Rio 7s, Sc; Ssnt is 4s, 9c. Sales were re
ported of Santos 4s In the coat and 'rlht
market at y.i.Oc, F.nklisli credits. Rumors
of lower offers were Indefinite. The offl
cfal csbles reported no chiinge In Bra
Lilian mllrela prices. Rio exchange on
London waa l-16d lower.
NEW YORK. Jan. 13 - COTTON The
ei.Hoii market was o't'et today, with
prices sagging iff to 11.47c for March,
under scattering linuldatlon, and with the
close barely steady at a net loss of from
2 to 10 points.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 13 COTTON-Kpot.
steady: good middling. S.Ud: middling.
.20d; new middling. 7 80d. Sales, 12.000
Louis Live Slock Market
c iri-iu - i n o a t-to o.
I tle oeei mrrrj.. I . nirr,-..,, 7-ra.rnnK sixers
u-.. trjiut. ...... huvm.
and heifers. H.Si'U 35: cows. $5.50rfT7.n
Miockers and feeders, $5 0nr7. 36; southern
steers. $5.2.V(S.W; cows and heifers, $4.U(ji
6.50; native calves, $6Jr 10.50.
HOi IS Receipts, I0.MW head; market
higher: pigs and light. $6.60:97.40; mixed
and butchers, $7.2.'7.55; good heavy. $7.40
i SHKEP AND UMBS- Recelpta. 1 600
j bead: market strong: yearling wethers.
law 11 .:;; lumns, VJ whiha'i ; ewes, $6.2f(f
Kansas City Live Ntork Market.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. I.l-CATTLPJ-Re-ceipts.
2,500 head; market steady to ion
higher: prime fed steers, $8.e't8.26;
rirvseed tw-ef steers. $7.iiiS 40; western
steers, $1", :Xn6 5"; southern steers, $6 Oovfl
i 7 o0; coas, $4 ti7.i); heifers. $6 flOrfl'j 00 ;
! ,,,0(.kerl tml ,rit.r, $6.aa '; bulla. $5.50
u6.a: calves. Shuutiilu t.
I IKKIS-Hecelpts, 5,7iiO head: msrket lf-
' to 9io higher: bulk of sales. 86.tsil7 .US:
! heavy. $7.ori7.20; packers and hutcbera.
PI. Jueepb Lite Hlork Market.
ST. JOKKPH. Jan. 11-47ATTLB H
celpts, I.UiO head; market steady to strong;
steers, t;.aufyM): cows and heifers. $4 .myq.
8.75 calves. $t.r(i9.2R.
I Ufa JS Iteceipla. 8,000 head; market 16c.
tn ha- hluh.r- t..r, 17 Kl- KnlW uli
SHEEP AND IAMR8 Receipts. 1.000
head; market steady to strong, lambs,
Mum I lit- Live Plock Market.
SIOIX CITY. Jan. 13. CATTLK Re
ceipts, 200 head; market steady ; native
steeie. ta.iXnt7.7j; Blockers and feeders.
tft't7; bulls, staks. etc., $o0u.26
IKxiS IU elpts. UK) head; market
Steady ; hulk nt sales, $6 K'i7.00.
SHEEP ANU 1-AMBtJ Not quoted.
NEW YORK. Jan. 13 METALS Cop
per, firm: electrolytic, $24 flu. Iron ateady,
unchaiiKed. Tin. quirt. $41.00 bid. At Un
don: Spot copper, 4.87; futures. ;U 16a;
electrolytir, 114 Spot tin, 174; futures,
176 as. Antimony. 125.
Dry t.oada Market.
NEW YORK. Jan ll-DRT OOODH
Cotton goods were firm today and cotton
yarns were active Men's wear was
active. Raw silk In china grades was
higher; Japaneae grades, quiet.
W nutiR on No .1. Itiir.iii0 Choi'
OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKET
Receipts Light Because of the
Seterity of the Storm in Last
SHEEP PRICES MOVE UP FAST
OMAHA. January 13. IMS.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
'"'r days this week . 34
5WB rt" week.. 17.
same, dava 1 w..ek. 1
1 nMm hv . 1 . , -.i
"ma dllm 4 ZZtl "5" JS v
1 n J h" ""0
The following )! 1 he recelnts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the Omaha
Uve Stock market for the year to date
as compared with last esr:
iw ivis Inc. Pec.
fattla M.il 4i,i.W 14.4.V
? 1M.22I 1"7.2) 4S.001 x-Uu
heep U2.26 n.04
The following table shows the average
pricea of hogs at the omaha live stock
market for the last few days, with com
ISIS. i1l4.IIS1.1.il?'1. 'lt1t. 'I10.'1W-
jafTarv 7 u 17 07I 5 ? 7 701 i
so. iV, 7 04! 7 Ml 7 06 6 s 7 e: 8 8S
Dx-. 81. 4W 7 14; 7 Mi 7 0,
,, I 7 711 1 .1
Date. iniTil)5. 1 1D14 .', 1V13 1913.1 lSli.l10.
l. 17 l 7 i 7 10 08,
I I $4
7 171 7 Sl 7 0!i 6 0il 7 811
I 7 HOt 7 1.1. ft S C2' I :
7 W 7 M $ 7 H 8 M
7 0?t 7 sl o O' 7 76 $ 17
$ 74l 8 881 7 U $ 001 7 42 8 U
64 I 6 741 8 ,1s 7 U 6 UOI 7 4 ' 8 1
TiW: 7 W 7 Ml 7 111 I 7 1 8
oi-, !)i 7 V3, 7 14 6 19 I 13
1 3 yi (Hi 7 i6 $ 7 $7i
! 8 OS 7 24' 6 OSi 7 S2, 8 2.1
H7', 6 701 7 12 6 101 7 i.il S IS
K2'i 6 70 S iM, t Ui 7 7k 8 i1)
8 D'.'S! 6 rt!) 7 W. 7 02 H 7 7Si S In
Receipts and disposition of live slock
at the Union Biock yards. Omaha, for
twenty-four houis endmn at 3 p. m yce
Catl l. HoBs Sliecp.
C, M. Si. P
Union Pacific 16
V. c N. W., east 3
C. N. W., wettt 4
C, U. A. g . east 2
C, B. c W . west 12
C, H I. ft P., east I
C, K. 1. P., west 1
Illinois (Vnlral 2
Chicago Unat Western 2
Total r.eelpi 45
I 'list- .'.-51 i m. -n I-
8 her i.
Morris Co .
Mwifl & romiKHi,
Cudnhy Packing Co
Armour & Co
8ch warts A Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing. Co
K &. B
W. R. Vansant Co
Ronton. Vansant ft L..
Hill & Son
I-'. H. Lewis
Huston A Co
J. H. Root i Co
Wcrthelmer & Legen...
II. F. Hamilton
Baker, Jonea aV. tnJlh...
I I vt
CATTLE Receipts were comparatlvelv
light, about l.otu head. Wednesday's
storm having shut off suupllrs front the
northwest to a considerable extent. Trade ;
was a little slow tn starting on account
of the uncertainty of the aire of the re
ceipts, but once undor way prices were
generally somewhat stronger than yes
terday and best active at tho advance.
Thla waa true as to both beef steers and
cow stuff, the general market averaging
right around 2z higher lliati last week
In stnekers and feedera business was
comparatively quit, although quiln a few
cattle changed hands and at prices that
looked somewhat stronger than last
Quotations on cattle: liood to choice
beeves, $6.un3fc.78: fair to good beeves,
$7.25(1(8.00; common to fair Ueevea, 86. 15 it
7.85; good to choice heifers. $6.2hf7.;
good to choice cows, $!i.7i4cft.50; talr
to good, cows. $u254io.75, common
to fair cows, $4 OIVJiC 00, uod to choice
I6.s(''u7 )': lair to good feeders.
r 4U416.KO, common to fair feeders. $7...'.o-f
40; good to choice Blockers, $7 tHKii 7. 60;
fair to good Blockers. S6.35tg7.Oi; common
to lair Blockers tS.rrtfr.rte; stork hellers,
$5 7rVii6.75, stock oows, $4.75.i.26; stock
calves, f).tis)'J to; veal calves, r,.(mw.tui
bulla, stags, etc.. $4.7536.25.
No. A. f No. A Tr 1
1 71 01) I i'U t 1
741 17 :o " j
t net T is 1 'i 1 y 1
17 K) 1 Mi 1W 1
ft 7 HI 14 1.-U 7 '.0
tt H"6 7 U ItM 4 in
KTEK.Hel AND HElPcKo.
II tin 74 2J 7 a
14 14 7 10 7 7 75
I 704 4 Ml 4 tx" DO)
II r: it. I 4 4 4(1
t t 4 )l)
te 11- in 'it tr.
t si t 1 aw ' "
I 17 t h
STOCK Elf. AND FEEDERS.
I yv. tA mi ( ?
4 Ttl 4 2S II Jj 4
t! 14 4 W '
I II 741 S1" 17 -l l
1 a law) 4 a. 11 $ t '
3 s; l 4 1
IIO 18 Yesterday's storm and the se-
vere cold following It rnsulled In a light
run of hogs todnv Only some seventy
three cars, or 5,40)1 head, were reported
In. and of thea tw-tnly loads were con
signed direct to a packer from another
market. Total for the week to date la
40.KH head, being 21,i0 smaller than Isst
week and sllghtlv smaller than two necks
ago, but larger than ror tne tame aas a
year ago by nearly lo.noo head
There really were not enough hogs on
sale to make a market, and packers were
naturally none too anxious to pay higher
rirlces for the few here. Shippers started
n good season, buying nearly everything
they could use on a Its: higher basis. They
made most of their purchases at H-tOw
Hellers tried hard to get the packers to
fall in line wlili the shli per trade, but
were only partly successful. Starting in
with ateady bids killer buyers gradually
raised offers to a nickel higher basis.
Here most of them stuck, and while an
occasional ssle locked 10i higher, big end
of tho packer purchases were no more
then a nickel m. One train that waa a
little late getting In found things slow,
and while shippers picked out a load or
two and paid 10c higher prices for them,
anything left f r packers would not bring
more than a nickel advance, and a few
sellers thought their last aales to packets
little better man steady
17.0.7. Oenerl trs le waa the highest since
the early days of November, i-a!ea reach
ing t7 0o for the first time In over two
Na. A. Sh. Pr Ms. Aa V Pr.
11 4U 4 71 Ill ... ID
M IU ... Ill M 177 ... 4 IS
(7 26 ... 4 t; k! 114 ... 4 40
11 IM . . 4 W It I4 ... I W.
I IS! 11) 4 71 AS I H la)
tS.i JM ) 1 Si 71 310 ... 7 (s
It 104 ... 4 SB
SHEEP Receipts of sheep and lambs
today were of very small proportions,
only about thirty cars, or S.OOu head put
ting In an aparance. The four days'
supply of S7.7M head la nearly 6.000 amulh-r
than last week and K0) lighter than for
tha aante days last year, but shows a gain
of more than f.t'io head over two weeks
Packers tried to hold pi Ices down to
Wednesday's levels, but had little success,
early sales of both ewes and lambs being
all of li"- to. In most caws. 2&c higher.
Top lambs reached $10.7:7, a new January
high mark, and even ewes sold aa higli
as 87. 16. also setting a new record for Hi
fiat month of the year. Other la ml. a aold
from $iu. 7u downward, and a pretty good
kind of ewea reached 87.00.
Several loads of lambs arrived late and
r ackers repeoted their early performaiAp
rving first to buy them at stea.lv M h cm.
I but In the end palng Ii.c higher prices
for them Lale sales Includvl Mexicans
hi $iu.;s. and good fed westerns at $10.
I'rli'-s on all kluda of fat sheep and
IhhiIi are fullv higher than at the
close of last week.
No feeders of consenuenea were offeree),
allhoiiah there Is still quite a bit of re
quest for them.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
good to rholee. $10 aiwi 70 75; lambs lair to
good, $10 .Kft-rtlD.iii; lambs, clipped. 89.'Kii
9 r; yearling, good to choice light. $x.75
ire jf, vearllngs, fair to choice heavv.
rorsn. wethers, fair to choice. $70
7 7J: ewes good to choice, B VHi 7. 15 ;
ewea. fair to good. $ nojf.!n.
No. A v.
fed lamha Hs
SIS fed Inmhs
1v fed Inmhs 1
2t8 fed Inmha
....SO 18 7S
ciiir.tno live miiiK
CT17PAOO. ,1sn 18. -CATTLE Receipts
000 head; market strong; native beef
steers. $6 fifi.7:; western steers, t.&
$90; rows and heifers, 83.SJ09S.M; calves,
V 'B10 7.
HOOS-Recelpla, 3.-.0ix head: market
weak; bulk. $7 ir.atJ7.5a; light, t7.0AO7.Mt.
mixed, tr.rtid.iV".; heaw. $7.007.65; rough,
$7 (OIC7.I.S; pig. $r..S.-ff7 on
BHEEP AND I A M Hi Receipts, 10,(A1
head, market strong; wethers, $7. 307. So;
ewes, $n.25tr7.50; lambs, $S.40riO.M.
Stock In Slant.
Receipts of ltve stock at the five prin
cipal western markets:
Cattle. Hogs Kheep
Omaha l.0 6) 3.iv)
Sioux City 200 .")
Kanaua Clly 0
Chicago t.iWli) IRrtifl
8t. Louis SOU 10...00
.11 700 a.lCO 17.8)0
All Nations in the
Opera Cast, but Still
There is Harmony
"The coming grand opera event at
Auditorium will be unique In several
respects," said Mr. Charles R. Baker,
advance manager of the Pan Cam Orand
Opera company, who Is In the city per
fecting, with the Arab Patrol. Tangier
j , Tempe (Rhiiners), the details of the en
( j gagement.
" "Our organisation, owing to the com
plications of the war gone, la unusually
cosmopolitan this season, all the war
ring countries being represented. For
Instance, the cast for our openlnf pro
duction. 'Alda," will embrace Mme
Mary Kaeslner. the Oerman prima donna.
In the title role; Mme. Carolina Jlawner,
lUisslan meno; genor Manuel BaJasar,
the new Spanish tenor, and fltgnor Ale
sandro Modestl. Italian baritone. The
great European conflict sent many dla
tltwulshed foreign singers sklmmerlnf to
American shores this year famoug ar
tists whose contracts abroad ware e-aa-cellcd
throughout the warring countries,
snd who sought engagements In thla
country. A number nv these will be
heard In Omaha with our company, which
I is now one of but three organiaaUott of
I similar character doing; business. After
the close of the Chicago company nt
! week there will be but two the Matro
l . vrk end tha en an-
nounced to appear here."
Frank Gotch Signs
Up with a Circus
BIOL'X CITY. Ia Jan. l$.-Slou City
friends of Frank Ootch have received
word from him that he will return to
the mat. Rut whether hd will meet
Joe Stecher. the Nebraska champion. In
a match is still a.queetlon. The an
nouncment received from Ootch by hi
Sioux City friends is that he has signed
a contract with a circus for next sum
nier, His contract call for an exhibi
tion grappling match thrice dally at a
salary of $1,200 a week.
Friends here declare, as (lotch la not
In need of money, his agreement with
the circus is evidence thst he means to
take on the big grapplers if he finds
he can return to his old-time form and
a match with Stecher for tho world
championship la predicted within a year.
Will Soon Be Busy
Ixsal Ice men are In high glee over
the cold weather, they anticipating that
with II continuance for a few day they
will he able to harvest an abundant crop.
Tho packing companies all have large
forces of men at work on the fields and
they are putting up Ico that has a thick
nesa of eight to ten Inches. Cudahy Is
cutting on Ueytnuur park lske, Armour
at Memphis snd Swift at Carter lske.
With the continuance of cold weather the
Omaha ! " '"' storage company
will commence cutting on the reservoirs
as early as next Monday morning
Prior to the coming of the present cold
spell the Ice on the reservoirs wa bout
six Inches In thickness.
Prisoner Tries to
Take Life in Cell
Bert Van Houston of Sidney. la., who
Is being held oy the local police for Ne
braska CRY authorities on a bad check
charge, attempted to end his own life, ac
cording to the rnllce. by slashing hi
...... -,iti. a nenknlfe. H wa given
medical attention by police surgeons and
wll. recover. A note In which he bad. 10a
wife good-bye discovered in m. t...
BOOST FOR PHILLIPPI
IN MO. PAC. SERVICE
Friends of J. n. PhllliPPi are pleased
with the announcement contained In the
orders for the new yesr. appointing him
commercial freight agent for the Mis
souri Pacific, with headquarters here.
Mr. Phtlllppl started with the rompany
twenty-two years ago and haa creditably
filled various responsible positions in its
servlre, for which the new appointment
Is a recognition. He also was for a term
a member of the Omaha school board.
ARE NOW REGULAR COPS
' Having satisfactorily served sis month
on probation, the following policemen
were confirmed by the city council, upon
recommendation of Chief Dunn: George
Qoss. Alex McCleneghan. Francla M.
rial ton. Andrew Malolepeay. Oeorge II.
Thomae. Nels J. Hetland. Oluf V. The
strup, John W. Rhean, James Aston,
Arthur English and Edward 8. Goralskl.
NEGRO HOLDUPS GET GOOD
SUM FROM CARL DONAHUE
Carl Donahue, 111 South Eighteenth
atreet, waa held up and robbed by two
negroes at Tw-'nty-f Ifth and Burdette
streets Wednesday night. The thieves se
Read The Ree Want Ads It pays!
NEW YORK $ST0GK MARKET
Effort to Lift it Out of Depression
by DriTe Prorei Abortive.
NEW YORK. Jan. lll-Kfforts to lifi
the market out of Its present slough of
depression by a concerted drive against
the Increasing support Interest lit speelsl
stocks, proved abortive In today s dull
and professional market. A few of the
war order shares made aham recoveries
from the low pricea of ..-.eterday, partic
ularly crucioie tteel. wnicii wa helped
by the company's favorahle statement
of earnings for December. Another en
couraging development in that quarter
was the report that the administration
at Washington had registered Its oppo
sition to any legislation aimed at an
embargo at exports of monitions.
There were numerous eif)lsntll palix
in high priced specialties, coppers for a
time displaying a better tone on uncon
firmed rumors of export orders at the
new high price of J4e.
During the mid-session the rise gath
ered further Impetua fre.u a demand for
high class rails, including some of the
Gains were largely. If not wholly, w iped
out In the final hour when heavy selling
of Mexican leauee was resumed. Mexican
Petroleum made an extreme decline of
points to 1104, .n-1 American Smeltlne
dropped i to iW. The weakness of
these eherea wss accompanied by nmnv
disquieting reports dealing with condi
tions In the southern republic
United Htates Bteel tell away with
other leaders toward the close, Its final
I i notation of "' representing a net loss
of V Total sharea Of xtocua amoumen
to M5.oon shares.
Number of sale and leading quotations
cn stocks today were as follows:
Alaska OeM 2".H
AII)- helmrs I. os "S
Anwrlru at Slaaar 7'
Ariaa a U.lno Vk
Amcrlnan toronuxlva .... I) H
Amsrlran t H $." W
Am. 4 IS. M
An. isar Ratinlnt '"V
An.rlrn Tl. Tel to" l7"4
Amerlran Thaece ..
Mn . .T.
Prenltlvn T4al6 Tr..
cnsin Psrlfle 4m t7
cW-l TMlher t MW fS
rwMiMu otiu raw s
0lr CI. W
I'Mtm, M ft St. P S.4IW 101 S
ruteaan N. W ...
ru.F, t. 1.1 r p.. $.) p
Cnlnnulfl r.t ft tree.... "4
H.BW R. d. sM K ?S
Ptwiiisni' Keenrttlss 1 sen H4'4
Vt IMS 41 '
rtaanl Woetrtc 1.0 17t
Omt Mariners vM 4an 144H
Oml Ne. On. etfs I.m 4S
Ounrsekstm Bisleratlsa . f ll'i
Interhormigk Con. CWnj) .
Kansas rltr neatkarn...
TmIstIIIs ft Nask1lle..
StMlcaa Paimknim .....
Xftnmrt. K. ft T. I'M..
Ke Twk ffrl
V. Y.. N. M. a tt ,
t()ns 4 7'4
IT.n BID ItO".
I.tss m 7'
n 14 14
Si us IDS
M.SnS 1114 10S
l.tna 7S IDS
Norfolk ft Wsetera
Peelfte Tel. ft Tel
Psnnarlvanla 8.46 41 ll't
Pullmaa Palaee ar
Star t'-M. Oeper I K '. 244,
Ttsaillns v 84sA lis, l
ItsevMta less ft StM..,. use tl U,
Kiulhm PaeKIs lev) Kirs let
Smithsra Ttellway t.SM tn M
me4naker namaaar . ... 14, 4nrt ih ir-.'
Taaia Onseor I. Ian p4 :,
Tnaa rrnnraiar l.KVl DS H
raise Paoirta 4.SM IH14 1174,
Vnirm Paelfln pnl VI S3 It
felted Plates steal . S W,
V. P saeai nl sa iitt, uts
1'lsk CVvfipar l ifts 7s 7i
Wsrtern t sine Tee M14, M 4
WaetlsirneaBs Rlertrts ,.. t.snn M14 aj
Mnatana Power tea 7n 7 .it
rtonorsl Meters Vw) 4T Its
Wahast S nt 4.4ns IS '. -4
Intmnatlnnal Marina pM U.tnl) 79)4 7T,
Tntel sales for the dev. 411. ess atiarea. '
Lax-al Stoeks aad Roads.
Quotation fwa-Uha r Puma, Brlna-r ft ( a .
444 Oeiahs Natlanal sank tmlldlns Omaha. V.t
Mtoek. Hl4. Alkad.
Baukara Mnrtgais Iaa 14 1
continental Oaa ft Hlortrla eM 74
Doiislaa llotai Co. aonua (Ksnt.).. n.'1,
Falrmnnt croaatary t'e. p(4 1D1 .
Plrat National keek, Omaha no 4m
IJaeala T. ft T. earn 1 par cant 11
Mauaula PUtaa T. ft T .to7'4 .
Nw stata T. pfit 47' l',
Nxo eVhnalrtar KnwIar C , , , Ml 0
Omaha ft CbiisfII Rlotfa at. Rr. (4 7S ti
Omaha 'e. Uluffa Hf. a Prills Ptd 44 m
Parkard Motor Or re.. T . t. pt4..ot I'M
rotar Mill t. pt 4 K
Sloui t'ur Hierk Toi. oar eant M. (7S 41
tnlnn Htnck Yr6a Stoeli t it
ril ( ran aha Mascots IWa. 14( lie. 24 IK
Cheransa Count r Na , 4. 1WI ' tei'S
pnmlaa fWorliUa Co. fi, (Salt Lka) 44 HI
Untol Traction I. IH4 S a
l.lacoln Tel. ft Tl. 4. tW
Montreal T P. C. 4a. 1414.. 44 M
Metropolitan Gaa 4a, 1441 t US B
Omaha P.. L ft P. C. (a 11l 44 47
Omaha f. Pt. Rt. 6a. 1J S 7
rarltln t.ae E. 4. 1441 41
roltaajsttamla In. la.. Da. 14t 1"T 74 lit 74
Hamlnslnn Tvpetrrlter Co. . 1414 ... 100
llorkr Mi. Kurl 4. 144. as beaut..
Tle.l Cloul. Nah . 4S. 143 44 4.
Htout Cllv Talophona 4. 1474 414
Kl KranH taa Ms., sin.. 4. 1. .14 4 lo 44
tVklilt I nloa Stork Yards 44 l'OI... S 111
' Seer lark Bond Market. 4
Continental ralles were mostly high)
In the Ister dealings. Franca, dnjnd.
5WS4; cables, lw3: marks, demand. 7):
cables, 7S: guilders demand. 44; cables,
4..; Ilres. demand. v.8; cables, fW.
Closing quotations on bond today were
f. rat. la. ras.
t' P. Sa. ras
IT a 4a roa
. 44)4, Ms. Par. r. v
. t N. Y. C. 4h Ha... '17W
1S1I1N. Y. fllv 4W te'i
.11 N. T. Piala 4a. 11?',
.10414 N. Y . N. H. '1.
.11') nv. aa tin
.101)4 No. Pacific 4a rt',
.1!4 tn I 4-.i
I 4o rati eon
Paaama a eotipoa
Am. Hmeltara a.
A. T. ft T. a. 44a.lT O. S. L na. 4a
Armour ft (V 4.. 4s rn. T. ft T. I
Atchison sen. 4a .. 44SPan. one. 4Sa
Hal. ft Ohio 4a
st 4a ran. 4a
MSPaa-llDS son. 4i
4isa. 1. ft a p.
On. Paririe 1st..
caa. a Ohio 4Sa.
r. n. a tj 1.
O M ft H P s 4a..V'l 4a raf. 4
o. R. I. a P. r. .a. i Ho Rallwar aa ...
ac. a . ret. 4Wa ... m4l'loo rseltte 4s..
n. ft R. 0. rat. .. V4)j 4r cr 4
Krta ean. 4s 7fp. B, PUiebav- 4.
Oaa. Blantrle 4a... .lUtr. P. Slaal 4a
(It. No. 1st 4Sa too Wabash 1st. is
K; c. ai. '4 waat
U a . unr... 44...-
ill ran ear. aa.... ap-kWaat. inlaw )..
Fraark ae .... Wa
Loaaea Btoek Market.
SILVER Bar I7d per ounce.
MONEY 4 s, 'if -4 per cent. Discount
rates, abort bllla. 6)4 Pr cent; three
month, t'i per cenL
OMAHA. Jsn. 13 Rank clearings for
Omaha today were $3 632.102 24. a d for lh
corresponding nay last year $3 42-.J.7.S.'.
till and ftoala.
SAVANNAH, Oa.. Jan. 13.-TI RPEN
T1NE Firm at MVtc bid and refused: re
ceipts, 42 bhla ; sale,, none; shipment.
&,. bbls.; stocks, 14, MS bbls.
ROSIN Steady; receipts. I.'S bhl.: ailf
41$ bbls ; shipments. 8,551 bbls ; s:o. k.
5,S4 bhla. quotation: A, H. C. I. K
and F, ti 20; O. H and I, t5 30; K. f.0 ; M.
$D 60; U. $7 26; WO. t7.40; WW, t7.50.
NEW YORK. Jan. 13-SI'GA R-R 1 w.
steady: centrtf ueal, 4.3.Wi4 .V2c; molasses.
S.fiW3.76c; refined, attaiy. Futu es opene.l,
firmer on buying by trade Interests. At
noon prices showed gains of 4'as pol its.
i'i'i--x j'N'i' i
rjT. A Our nrst strtasa
VT?T 1 p r e 4 ruti. nk
goable. Ptttaee yoere" eapa-i-JT
f " artthawi 41 4 la, tn
f f aal la aaatiu ot as.
I I Amerleaa Smrl4y Ce
I 1 an a tt at. usaa. Ne-
Americii Tilephti 4 Ttitfripli C
A dlvidsnd of Two Dollars per share
will be paid on Saturday. January la,
1918, to atockholders of record at the
close of business on Friday, Decem'oet
31. It 1 5.
3. D. MILNE, Trees Jrer.
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