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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1916)
Till: nilE: OMAHA, TITrUSDAY. .TAXUAUY 20, I91h
FOR RENT-BUSINESS PROPTY
YvILL remodel spac, , by so, for lodge
hull, 3.1 floor .f Orouns.. Block. 1l N.
16th Mr, to uit tenant. CONRAD
V' 'I'N'i. 322 H i nnd.js Th r a Doug. r.71.
F.MALL store room, vt i v desirable s rent,
'": 'ass st. ciivn.vn young.
3 22 R r a n dc t a Th c t er . DougUs 1571.
IfODKRN store nesr postofftra; low renu
O. P. btebblns. 1619 Chicago.
WANTED TO RENT
I nfnrnlshed lloaari anal Flnte.
V'lIV not rrnt that vacant property? Vc
have dozens i,f culls to your one. Tele
phone ua a listing NOW.
TlIoS. 1.. MG.YRKY. Keellne I'.Mg.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
WODKRN HOl'SK-7 rooms, basement",
closets, pantry and bathroom; half
serf set to fruit; liot nml mid Aater a, I
over thn house, phoi 1 o nrimm 620W.
All modern tn every detail, living
and dining rooms, nil oak finish,
with built-in bookcases; rn"""y.
with elaborate cupboards. Icebox
room, lull lin.M'ini til, with floor
drain; shades, electric fixtures and
screens all f tir niMu'd. This Is th5
last on' of seven houses that we
built at this location. This is a
real barga.ii nt $2.7.."; $.00 cash,
balap.ro tortus t suit. East fronl,
located at 80H North ZMli Ave., be
Uveen Hinney and Win Sts. One
block from tar line ami new
si hool. Let tisj show you this. For
appointment call Douglas 1153.
703 Omaha National Hank Building.
Evenings and Sunday, Webster 4f2o.
Rcol F.atate Loan a, .Hortmiiri.
W Eare ready t TiT times to
make loans oa first-class citj
property and eastern Nebraska
farms. Rates oa request
UNITED 8TATE3 TRUST CO
212 S. 17th St,
1 TO 6 (or 1nansontsteasc7ty
residences In amounts $2,000 up; Ug
fsrm loans ReasonablB com-nlsslona.
PKTKM TRUffTcalfiJKarnam St.
OMAHA nomas. East Nenraeka farms.
O'KKtKli REAL, EST ATK CO.,
Ifl'R llnnhi National. Phone Iiouglas $716.
llt'j 'TO flb.OUO mad. promptly. V. t.
tVead.VVesd Pldg., 1th Fwrnsm Pta.
"NK.V on hand for city and tarm loans.
H. W. Finder, City National Hank Bl.lg.
IITV property. Lars loans a specialty.
W'. 11. Thomas. 2.8 State Bnnk Bid.
CITY and tarra lonns, 6, 6, 6 per cent
J. H. Dumont AojHS State Bank.
tier CITY LOAN 8, C. Q. Carlberg. oi
-J1 Brandeia ThoaterJBldg.
Mu'MoNKtr HARRISON MORTON.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
MCW TURK UEKRAIi MARKET
stocks and Hnada.
8AM oh slock at a sacrifice of
per share; advertised price to
9 cents; Sn.ono shares,
J. C'o'ishlln. Ediierton, Kan.
Abitrsctl ot Title.
Choice Flats bring $4 monthly. -Will
more than carry tho property
at 6 per cent until 24th street dmitiles
In value. If lntoreated in something
choice, you should boo me quick.
C. (J. CARLBE11G,
'.2 Brandels Theater Bids.
BAliUAIN IN LOTS
Two nice lots, located In the north
part of city; newer, water, sidewalks in
md paid for; three bargains at $4'ii each.
Call Duugr. 49S and have us show them
:.10 Omnha Nat. Bank Bklg.
whun buylnn real estate nave us com
pile your abatra.t. Uuarantee Ahstia.t
Co . Rm. J. fatterson Blk. P. g'lT.
Iv V. if i rille guarantee and Abstract
VJ-Jil" Co.. a modern abstract office.
fl"5 S. 17th St. Tel. D. 6487.
RKEU ABSTRACT CO" oldest abstract
office In Nebraska. 206 Brandels Thea.
Cash Wheat is Strong; and Advances
from One to Two Cents
CORN RECEIPTS ARE LIGHT
f the Iay am
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Larg-e Run of Cattle and Market
Opens Up with Prices Just
OMAHA. January 19,
Cash wheat was stronu au'tn
mnn anvaneri rrom ic to So.
Todsv'a receipts ot wheat were
aon tne demand cu Quite active.
Corn receipts were nut verv heavy and
the demand for this cereal was not very
"ronK. the market remaining practically
Oat.i mid from unchanpred to 1e hlither.
The demand for oats was onlv mod
erate, but the rec eipts of this cereal were I $i!.5.i'2 on.
Mlseei la neons.
FARM LUANS-6 eastern Neb., or -vest-ern
Iowa. Toland & Trumbull, 4ii liea
FARM '0 RANCH LANDS
FlULRH won t lie; neither will I. aj
acres, l'lpostone Co., Minn., SJ7.&00;
S.'.ftOU rash, 115,000 nine years At 6 per
cent; balance to suit. M. . Baldwin,
IT IS warm in tho Or.arka. Farms all
sizes. Will crow anything. Write for
W. s. FRANK. 2"! Neville Block.
I HOD CHOICK farms for sale; 14S acres
Highly Improved; fcO acres of choice land
at $T5 per acre; to seltlo estate. Kd
Croft. Richards. Mo. o
IMPROVED upland farms, $10 acr; corn,
ulfalfa, hoKs. Stebbins. HilO ChicaKo. '
BUY A. HOME. DLIXT BENT.
A good 7-room house for only Jl.SOo,
renting all the timo at $16 it month.
We can tcll you this on a payment of
t20 cash. lalance $18 per month. Owner
mlKhi take a choap lot as first pay
ment. Paving and all other taxes paid.
PAYNK INVESTMENT COMPANY.
I'oug. 1.81. 6th Floor Omaha Nat. Uk. o
PUT $lu TO $16
per month ot your spare money In
MINNK L.USA lots. REAL. ESTATE
is the FOUNDATION of all wealth.
It can't get away from you, and If
you buy In a well located new addi
tion, you will not csly save but MAKE
CHAIIL.E8 W. WARTIN A CO..
LOT BARGAIN 3lBt and Oak. facing eaat
boulevard, BlxllS corner, for
me at once. Tcbbens, Om.
At OCEAN SPRINC.S. on the Missis
sippi OIII.K COAST, is the best In
vestment that you can make. I.ANI
boiiKht at a rlsht PRICK, Is safe anfl
sound; when it is an INCOME pro
ducing proposition, planted to pecan
trees, offered to you at a PRICE
LOWER than you can buy it for and
do the work yourself, and that can lie
bought for a SMALL AMOUNT of
money. You should Investigate.
A 10-ACRE orchard, planted and
fenced, can be bousrht for $.T00 DOWN,
balance $ao PER MONTH, without In
terest on deferred payments, and pay
you i per cent on your investment,
during payment period. ACT NOW,
tho vatue of your investment Increases
rapidly, the older the orchard, the
Kieater the Income. This small In
vestment will pay you 12,00) yearly
alter maturity. Liberal provision
made for SICKNESS. ACCIDENT,
loss of employment or DEATH. Write,
phone or call for particulars.
W. T. SMITH CO.,
r. 213. Citv Nat. RHnk Bldg.
The receipts of rve and barley were
unimportant, and these markets re
mained practically unchanged.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour
equal to l.lOfi.ooo bu.; corn, 1,000 hu.;
oat. i;.flnu bu.
Liverpool Close: Wneat, Ifrl'id higher;
corn. vl hlcher.
Primary wheat receipts were l.nL'I.fmn
bu. and shipments. 91R.ni) hu.. asalust
receipts of vso,o bu. and shipments of
Ml Ort bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were l.O02.(KV bu.
and shipments, F47 aoo hu., against re
ceipts of 2.:sonnn hu. and shipments of
l.iri.ftflO bu. last year.
Primary onts receipts were 7.onn bu.
Mid shipments. oon tui . acrnlnst re
ceipts of j.SMl.onn bu. and shipments of
!!:,000 bu. last year.
CAR LOT Vax-KIPTS.
NEW YORK, .tan. p -FI.OUR St rontt,
spring patents. MVp, vi, winter patems.
$iS2'-n-.s,: winter FtraiKhts. iti I...
V IIKAT Spot, raav; No. I durum,
tl 4.i'-, No. I northern, Dtiluih, $!.4va, and
No. 1 northern, Manitoba, It MS. f o. b.
New York. Futures were feverish; Ma,
CORN-Snol. steady; No. 2 yellow. 8T',c,
r. I. f. New York.
OATS-Sp.it, rlrm; No S white, Mi,;.v.
HAY Firm; No. 1. 11.224jt I..T.; No. J,
$l.l."; No. 3. H.OH.
HOI'S 8tcH.lv. stale, woninion to rhol, e
ISir. .rop, lSiJSc; 1!14 crop. 6Hc; Pacific 1 Threa dav a Ibis weew t:.
coast, VMS ciop. 11JI..V. 10,4 nop. etno.-. 's,mo dav la? week i " v
5?visN8-,k. firm. mess. W. K Hays J ws ago
r ... , . n ...... ( t fi-. s n , oanio riuvs asi
" i I I I II 1 , II HHP, I . I I
I RUN OF HOGS LARGE FOR DAY
OMAHA. .Irinuarv 19. Pl'V
Receipts were: CstHe. Hogs Sheep.
"'N.-lal Mondiv 8.4.4 1l.0:, UM".
Official TuesHav T r,:i " ... I l", W7
jKwlniate Wednesday.. "';. jn.Wu ."
to iroe-d. $ 0.tfei.
No. Av. Tr.
fi Montana ewes l'V. v.
77 Montana feeder lambs 1 7ft
vmt Mk.ntana Inmba 71 10 2S
2.W Colorado lambs
.44 fed lambs 1
4"l Colorado lamba " 1' '.'
iVS Mexican lamba M 10 K
r fed lamba 71 10 f.
1S.14 fed lamha 77 11
RICH alfalfa corn land. $-o acre, $4 cash,
balanca X) years. Buy home, be lnde
pendent. O. P. Stehliins, li'.IO Chicago.
t ilea go 4..
Kansas (i1v ?Vt
St. Louis ..' 7.'
These sales were reported todayt
Wheat No. 'i hard winter: 1 car,
1 car, $L1H. No. 3 hard winter: a
$1 IN; 2 cars. $1 17V. 4 cara, $1 17; 11
tt l,:i.i- & ........ ... .... t
j'.'v ; . n mm, ,1.1.1, ... .... p. y n i d.
$1.14- No. 4 hard winter: i car. $11..; 1
car. $1.14; 2 cars. $1.1.1; 6 cars, $1.12; 1
car. $I.11V. 8 cars. $1.11; 7 cars. $l.1: 1
ear, $1.00; 2 cars. $1 W; 3 cars, $1 08.
Sample: 1 car (heavv. $1.10; 2 cars, $1.04;
1 car (durum). $1 i2; 1 car, $1.01; 1 car,
!7,.c. No. 2 mixed: 1 car, $1.19. No. S
mixed: 1 car. JI.1'1'.. No. 4 mixed: 1 car,
$l.i:.: 1 enr, $1 10; I car. $1.02. No. 2 durum:
J oars, $1.17'. No. 3 durum: 1 car, $1.17;
1 car, $l.Hi. No. 2 mixed durum: 1 car,
$1.K; 1 car, $1.I7Si. No. 3 mixed durum: 1
car, JJ.PiH: t car. $1.16; 2 cars. $1.1d. Corn
No. 4 white: 2 cars, 67V4c; 4 cars, b?c;
car. 6tiW. No. fi white: 1 car, Hbc; 2 ears.
6.',nc. No. 6 white: 2 cars, 61'jc. No. 6
yellow: 1 car, H7c; 6 cars, '6C. No.
yellow: 1 ear, tUc; 1 car. 63V4c; 8 cars,
'.-''iiC No. .1 mixed: 2 cars. EOe; 1 car. Rso.
No. 4 mixed: 2 cars. 7c; 2 cars, i!6e; 2
cars. 06H..C; 1 car, K;Ve. No. ft m'xed: 1
car. 67c; 3 cars, BSUc: 8 cars. 60c; S cara,
'.4Vsc. No. 6 mixed: 1 car, ti-Vjc; 1 car t!c;
cars, til'c. Sample: 1 car (dry, toc.'.-c; i
car, 66c; 1 car, 60'c; 1 car, 5S.-; 1 car, hRc;
car. h.c: 1 car. wi-: 1 car, 4nc. nais io.
3 white: 2 cars, 4T'.c; i cars, 4.c; 1 car,
4i No. 4 white: 2 cars. 47c; 2 curs. 4'.'c.
Sample: car. 44c. Hurley No. .1: 1 car.
71c; No. 4: 1 car, 2. Rve No. 2: 1 car.
!.!'. .c. No. 3; 1 car. Ii'.c; 1 car. !i2'ic; 2 cara,
92.-. No. 4: 1 ear. '!-.: 1 car. !v.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard.
S1.lMrl.20:. No :t licrd tl.ll.lS: No. 4
hard. 11 07fr1 .IB: No. 2 serine. $1 .17?f 1 .21 1
No. 3 sprlnk,-. $1 . HT'1 .19; No. 2 durum. $117
No. 3 durum. II ir.fll .17: sample,
fcifi$1.10. Corn: No. 3 white. CSifrtiOo:
No. 4 while. .V,W7.-: No. r. white. 6..tie;
No. white, No. 3 yellow, 9Vi
fa70c: No. 4 yello.v. rtl' ..f(fii sc ; No. h yel
low. 6fif7c: No. 6 yellow. ti,'i(W;4c; No. 3
mixed, tiSVufifV; No. 4 mixed, t:n7c; No.
& mixed, i'.4(ii7o; No. 6 mixed. Olfiifil'io:
saninle mixed. 40TW51,c. Onts: No. 2
white, 4Vn4v4c; atanlard, 47rd4Sc: No. S
white, 4K.fi47Vtc; No. 4 white. 4ti47c. Bar
lev: Malting. ivi7!o: No. 1 feed, it7tl4c.
Rye: No. 2. 9?VfW'rC; No. S. 92'('f93c.
Chicago closing prices, furnished The
Ree hv Ixigan & Brvan. slock and grain
brokers. 315 South Sixteenth. Omaha:
"ACRE, good house, part modern, 28
fruit trees. Phone Colfax IQja.
Is-ACRE, improved; after 11 a.m. Col. 10o2
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
One 4-rrnim new brick house, strictly
mod., hot water I. eat, oak and birch fin
ish, nd ono fi-room modern cottage.
Both houses on one lot. South front,
paved street. One block from car. In
come, $ 4) per month. Owner leaving the
AMERICAN SnCURITT 0MPAVY.
JiaSouUi 17th at. Dong-. fc)U
(J 00D "LOCATION
FOU DOWNTOWN GARAGE
132x132 feet, nortlieast corner of 17th
and .lecknoii Sts.. close to retail busi
ness center. Price and terms on appli
cation. GEORGE & CO.,
I -hone i. 7f.. W2f "RjNat Rk. Rl dK.
FTn"H six-aparlmcnt terrace, better
renter than tho averagn apartment
house; big rooms, oak finish, strictly
modern ami up-to-date, bring In l-.MO
per year; ui-kerp very light. Price
:Z,utD. It is a BAUiJAlN; well located.
1. V. S110LES CO.,
S1T.-16 City Nat. Bk. Bids'. Poiiii. 49.
Near Clarksou llospital
ei y well built, pressed brick, two
apartment building'. Rented cheap at
IMo a year. Prlc.o $li,0"0, terms.
Glover & Spain.
919 20 City Nat. Doug. 39i",2.
FOR SALE Best large body of high
grade, meldum priced land In Nebraska;
very Utile money required. C. Bradley,
W'olbach. Neb o
SALE OR TRADE.
Irrigated truck farm. Rio Grande
Valley. Texas; 40 acres, all under cul
tivation. Good Improvements. 2R Otw
Nat'l. Rank Rldg. o
family. $1 8 "ti 1 8 .;. l.ar.1. easy; middle
west. $10 K'a 10 75.
LEATHER H'lrm; hemlock firsts. Z:.9
S4c; seconds. 3?trXV.
TALLOW rirtn; city, 8c; country, 7'i
V-; special, 9e
I1 "T"." I - I . , . i . 1 - ... ....
ri i I p.ii-rinn, receipts, mos; ; u...
WHJS-Irregular: receipts, ...9 rases;
fresh gathered extra fine. .liriMTo ; extra
firsts, S4'u;s..c; firsts, ;r;'.i;::i, , seconds, )
CIIEESIV-String: receipts, boxes:
state whole milk, flats, held specials, 18
il',c; average fanc, 17.-; current
make, specials, 17'i," l7c ; average run,
POULTRY Dressed. strong; fresh
killed western chickens. 17'(f c; fowls,
14tr?7e; turkeys, 2;,if27c; Alive, prices not
ear. . I.1...-1
The following VI atinua the receipts
of cattlv hoga and sheep at the Omaha
Live stock market for tne year to date
as compared with last year:
pus i?r. ti"
Cattle : 3:'7 K. f".''
Ha 2.T x. 1SI.7! :'.r'l-
U9 418 I "SUM 2 J
The following table shows the avevas
! prloea of hogs at the Omaha live stock
market for the last few days, with comparisons-
AHEARN IS KNOCKED
OUT IN THE FIRST
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Trading Marked by Advances and
Declines in Some of the
MEXICAN SHARES ATTACKED
Paul Man Puts End to Fight
After it Lasts One Minute
and a Half.
Kansas illy (.rain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 19. W HEAT No.
t hard. $l.17io1.2:; No 2 red, Jl 2In 1.36;
Msv, $1.2lVn 1.21V; July, $1.36a(l .2ATfc.
CORN No. 2 mixed. 7V; No. 2 white,
70c; No. 2 yellow, Tl'.iw.-; May, 747u
t,.c: July 7&e.
OATS No. 2 white. MWdc: No. 2 mixed,
4.-. 1 44c.
BUTTER Creamery, 31c; firsts,
seconds, 27c; packing, 19c.
E IS Firsts, 30c; seconds. 20c
POULTRV-IIens. 14c; turkeys,
Minneapolis Grala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. Jan. 19
WHEAT May. $1.20V'i l.2i'-; Julv, $1.27
41 IS; No. 1 hard, $1.3i.1: No. 1 northern,
$1.30v,(n'1.33; No. 2 northern, S1.26Mi I ).
CORN No. 3 yellow, 77fi'77V.
HATS-Nn. S white, 4'. 4'.iU.c.
FlAXSEED $2.34 Vo 2.3,V.
Omaha liny Market.
HAY Prairie, choice upland. $toorvfji
10 W It must he extra choice to bring
$10.50; No. 1. $9.00fd10.00; No. 2, $X 0O',rt 0.";
No. 3. $t.00f.00; choice midland. $!t.,'i0i.
10 00, must be extra choice to bring $1o.o0;
No 1, $8.G0fIf.V; No. 2. $7.00fi 8 M); No. 3,
$r. tvwffOO; eholce lowland, $:i.OO; No. 1,
$ft.ftu8.W; No. 2. $.00-riW.0O; No. 3, $4.00if
STRAW Choice wheat, $o.rAW.'i; cholie
oat or rye, $Va4i.ro.
ALFA I JTA 4'nolee Is Quotable at $12.00
ffii3.0O; No. 1. 11.W'i(12.00; No. 2, $0.oi)fill.00;
No. 3, $.0OS8.00.
Arttclel Oien. I High. I Low. Close ! Yes'y.
UPPER WISCONSIN Best dairy and
general crop state in the union; settlers
wanted; lands for sale at low prices on
easy terms. Ask for booklet 74 on Wis
consin Central Land Urant. Excellent
lands for stock raising. If interested la
fruit lands ask for booklet on apple or
chards. Address Land and Industrial
Dept., Boo Line Railway, Minneapolis,
M Iscel laneona.
HAVE YOU A FARM FOR BALE?
Write a good description of your land
sad send it to the Sioux city !a.) Jour
nal, "Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every Fri
day evening, Saturday morning and
every Saturday evening and Sunday for
one month, giving sixteen ads on twelve
different days fur $2; or eO words, $4, or
75 words, $s.
largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper; 200,000 readers daliy In four great
FARM LAND-FOR RENT
WANTED TO lll'Y.
Good house from owner for rash; give
particulars. Address E ni;. Bee.
' 41'ioD honie from owner, for cash; give
particulars. Address E 615, Bee.
FOR EXCHANGE 80 acres "in the besT
irrigated country; 7-room concrete
brick house, well finished; other build
ings good; $5 acres alfalfa; owner
wants well equipped garage in central
Neb. W. H. Smith, Wheat'a nd, Wyo.
An RO-arre and 2isi-arie tract in Cen
tral Florida for ko kI iimaiia properly.
CHARLES E. ll.LIAMM N.
Tel. Doutlas 2Pf7. l sxloii Bloc!..
MY FARM for tent from March 1, next,
14S acres, southwest corner Hardin town
ship. .1. H. F. Kruse, It. F. D. 2, Coun
cil Bluffs. Is
THE for rent advertisements appearing
in the For Rent column of The Bee
dally cannot be beat for variety that
will please and fill the needs of any
one desiring to rent. Phone Tyler 1000.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
ilXX) grain, luo lbs, 1.7i- Wagner. Ml N.lbJ
1 $2 1 SO 1 SOVt 1 Sltt
I 1 24 1 23ii' 1 23H 1 34V.
9'W-' 79 7V79WVT9V!r'
7'." mi I i-"i' ..'vyur! so
' r.:;s. r.2 ra 3U
I i"V 4!'. iiO' W.t,
.Ian. I 20 in at i t'ai " a
May 20 40 2.1 M M 15 20 22 20 42Vi
' "iiav it wt nio io mvi' 10 Wft 1107
' 11 Of, I 10 97 W11 10
July 11 22l 11 22 11 10 11 12 11 25
Jan. 10 SJ'i 10 82'-.. 10 Gi 10 KM 10 80
I Jan. 10 77 10 80 10 75 10 7"r 10 90
I I 10T7
! Mav H 23 H 2,Vy 1107 U 12 11 2S
I 11 27
July, 11 42' 11 42 H 2S Ml SO
New York Money Market
VrTW YORK, Jan. 19.-M ERCA NTII.K
PAPER 3W1 per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Sixty-day
hills, $1.71; demand. $4,76 3-16; cables,
S I LVER Bar, 60c; Mexican dollars.
BilNDfl Government, steady; railroad,
MONEY Time loans, firm; sixty days,
Vti'l per cent; ninety days and six
months. 2sifi3 per cent. Call money,
steady; high, S per cent; low, percent;
ruling rate, 2 per cent; last loans, 2 per
cent; closing bid, li per cent; offered at
2 per cent.
Closing quotations on bonds today were
. Mi,lli. r.. ey
. n N. T. del), ta
.101(4 N. Y. I 'It t 4U.
.101 N V. St.t 4U
.l.N. T.. N. H. a H.
tomNo. P.cinc 4s
1916. llHlo.1914 I191J 11912.11911.11919.
7 17 S
S74ISS8I7MISOOIT4J1S51 , hl
74 8 3
7 00 7 HI
90) 7 93i
3 SO. I 0
7 M 7 02
01 7 09,
S 13 7 11
6 03 7 81
14 i : 1 1
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I t 41
NEW YORK. Jan. 19 -Trading was
marked by advances and declines In soma
of the more familiar specialties, while
standard or seasoned stocks maintained
all of their recent heaviness. Affairs In
! Europe and Mexico fu nlshed the ag-
sreselve short Interest with freah ammu
! nltion. shares of some of the
operating in the southern republic being
again the object of severe attacks
Trading waa only moderate, except dur
ing the flrat and last hours, the Ions
I Iniervsl being punctuated hv frequent
I periods of extreme dullness. A large part
I of the buslnc. was again limited to spe
JAW,,',""" ,n 'hl"'h public Interest has
I arselv been l.rklni Kaw hi. I.
. I were made hv United States Industrial
HT. PAUL, Jan. 19,-Mlke Oibhona of I ,A.',;',hnli American Coal Products and
M. Paul knocked out Young Ahe.rn in , VT.
the first round of their scheduled ten-jTexaa rompanv was the strongest of the
round bout here tonight. i T" v"r.,,,i ."".'!" J " hu '"
...... . u . . back io 212 In the final hour on announce-
The fight had been In progress about a n,ent of a new stock Issue.
minute and a hslf when Gibbons worked; nttei Htatea Steel waa the center of
man over to the corner add with a r'" ": "' ' ' declining Io
t svi. Ita low rirlce of t he new v,n r mil
smashing right aw ing to the Jaw sent closing st 8, Bethlehem Steel gv'rated
RIGHT 6 WING TO THE
6 04 1
Recelpta and disposition of live stock
at the Union Rtock yards, Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at S p. m. yes
terday: RECEIPTS CARS.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
I nion Pacific ...
N. W east.
C. N. W., west.
C, St. P.. M. & O..
C., B. & IJ., eaat.
1) it- f
., r. vr , . nrni,,
C., R. I. P., east. 11
C.. R. 1. & P.. west.
Illinois Central .... 14
Chicago Gt. West.. 12
Total recelpta ..803
M 19 !.'
6 .. 1
Morris Co it'.t
Swift and Company 1.M8
fudahy Packing Co. . . .1,183
Armour Ac Co 1.3U4
J. W, Murphy
I .Inc.. In Packing Co.... 2
omaha Packing Co 7
iW. B. Vansaut Co 36
Hill oc ISon 217
F. B. Lew la 116
J. II. Root & CO 14"
J. H. Bull KM .
L. F. Husb , 3
F. G. Kellogg 6o
Wei thclincr .t Iegeu .. 69
II. F. Hamilton 7
Sullivan Bros -
Rothschild & Krebs.... IK
Mo. 6i Kan. Calf Co.. S3
Huff man 1
Banner Bros HW
John Harvey 2a
Dennis t l isncia IN
Jensen & Lungren .... H
V. P. rf. is
T. B. Is. rr(.
17. B. 4. res
Panatos Bs eonlMin
faaru 1 .1 ' . .1 LT M.IUII'l .d
same run aa yeBlei-aay. for ine
days this week receipts amount to 23,h
head, which is about the same aa ono
aid two weeks ago. but larger thau a
him to the floor for the count.
Ahrarn raised his head slightly st the
count of four, but his eyes closed amain,
and his head bumped the floor. Seconds
carried Mm to his corner, and tt was
three minutes before he regained con- ;
The thousands of fans howled and
scores rushed Into the ring and carried
Gibbons away on their shoulders.
Hare from Harry.
Just before the fight started, it was
announced from the, ring that a tele
gram had been received from Lea Percy
of Australia, challenging the winner of
tonight's contest for a battle "to decide
tho middleweight championship of the
Ahrarn weighed In at the ringside at
L4 and Gibbons tipped the scales at
Roth boys seemed a trifle nervous he
fore the bell, but both were confident.
Ahearn said he was In good condition,
and a moment before they clashed said,
"St. Paul loses Its favorite tonight."
They came together like a flash In
the center of the ring and exchanged
light taps to the fnee and body. Gib
bons sent a left Jab to Ahearn's ill,
but It apparently did not damage. They
cllnohed and both displayed speed at In
fighting. As they backed off somn stiff
straight arm Jabs were exchanged but
without telling effect. Both were fast
on their feet.
They Clinch Again.
In a whirlwind exchange of blows at
long range, Ahearn landed a left on
his opponents' Jaw and Gibbons' head
rocked slightly. They clinched again and
neither had an advantage in the break
away. Then Mike, stepping lively, rushed hla
opponent to the corner of the ring wflth
a volley of rather light blows. Ahearn
swung but missed. There waa another
quick exchange; then Gibbons sent the
slashing, right hand blow, which landed
squarely on the English lad's Jaw, and
he dropped to the floor like a log.
At tho count ot ten, Gibbon
to lift his fallen opponent's head
V.&43 I seconds relieved him of the task.
in sensational fashion, at one time show
ing a gain of 12. at 491. but closed at
4.,. a net gain of five points.
Mercantile Marines, which figured so
prominently in the trsdlng of the earlr
week, were duller and distinctly heavy,
the preferred declining 3 to 80. Various
w ar Issues denoted Ihnldatlon or enforced
felling, and rails were again subordi
nated to shares of leaser merit. New
York Central stood out among th rall
wava on Ita fractional advance to 111.
whlch w as forfeited later In common with
the entire list.
Total sales of stocks amounted to 80.000
Domestic news was of the same en
rouraglng character aa that of recent
weeks, with further price advancaa In
Jteel and Iron and additional large orders
for equipment. Producers of base metals
also announced an upward price rerlalon.
and copper metal remained at prevailing
Trsdlng In bonds was dull, with Irregu
lar changes. Total sales, par value, ag
caVl'lktd 'il,tc oofds wers unchanged on
Number of sales and leading quotations
on slocks were aa follows:
cmrAtiu h vim ani provisions
Fee I ores of the Tradlnar and 4 'loslaa;
Prices on Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO, Jan. 19 Huge sales that
appeared to be largely of a profit taking
character, had a weakening effect today
on tho wheat market here. Prices closed
heavy at l3l'c net decline, with May
Sl.-IO'i and July $1.23. Corn finished 'c
c to o down, oals off 't S.c and provi
sions showing a setback ol 1i',l12e to 32c.
Offerings of wheat assumed Immense
proportions after tho market at tne open
ing had touched
Am. Hmelti. us an is
A. T. T. n. l'..WtO I.
Armour do. w . Sl'.Pw T
AtrAlnnii rea. 4s..
111. Ohio 4. ...
.Vn. Parlfln 1st...
Chi-a. Mi 4M.
n. a o i. 4s. .
C. M A 8 P s 4's..inu
O n. I. T. r. 4i. 4
ft a. ret. 4H...
TV 4 ft. O. ref.
Frla rn 4a
Sn. Blerlrle M
rit. No. 1st 414.
III. fan. rf. 4 ...
K . f fto. ref. I'S.
S T r...
94-vPeiin. con. 4W...
HI1 do awn. 4Us...
soHltssdtna ren. 4s.
MWH.L a H. K. r.
tu8o P.p. nr. f,v .
do rrf. 4.
So Itallwsv f
KUtt'nlnn Paetfla 4a
u:n, do rv. 4
77 V. f. n,llhr s
. .104'4t' B. Steel f.s. . .
.. Wt'Wahesa 1st .". .
.. VlWest. t'nlnn 4V4.
.. d.'.VMt. V.lrc. i
N iinl. 4. M Amio rren. n
K.ST 1st 4...
. !' H
or ago by lO.OuO head.
Tno market opened about steady, there
" uuncil Uluffa.
Close to Council Itluffs
Will Take Home in
Omaha as Part Payment
Good r.-ronm hout-e. new, lurge chicken
bouse, good bam, hogliouse, 7 hi in in
ailulfa, b acres in fruit. consisiinK of
grapes, blackberries, i.ea.lies, apples,
crabs, aprii ois and plums, 5 a. ! a in
timber. A dandy home cheap. Owner
has engaged in other business reason
for selling. This in a good proposition
and owner will take 6 or 6-room liousa
in Omaha thut he can occupy as part
HASTINGS HEYDEN. 1614 Harney St.
1914 Ford touring, tc. condition..... $225
113 Mets roadster uo
1916 Monitor touring, brand new t,.'i
1!14 C-cy Under Siudcbaker touring...
1913 Ford coupe ,.i
114 Oakland touring, flue condition.. 42b
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE.
Douglas 3010. 22i Farnam.
REDUCE TIKE EXPENSE.
Duplex tirea are good for 2,0u( to 5.000
miles' service; cost $2 to Send us two
old discarded tires, or write and ask
DUPLEX TIRE COMPANY,
2".18 Farnam St. Omaha. Neb.
CLASSY' o-pass. auto, A-l condition; must
l.c sold; $4.'i; will demonstrate. VI.
ilK.'.. H. M. HeMiman, 4-'i Patrlck A ye.
AI'TOMOUILE & kili.lal Ins. nance-fire,
theft, liability, etc. ART THATCH Hit,
1217-18 CMy Nat D. XmL
l,ooo-LU. truck "$125 Nebraska Buick
Service Station. 1914 Farnam.
I 'hone Douglas 721.
AUTOMOBILE MUTUAi. INoUKANCM
CO.. Douglas Wtl.
new high price record
fur the V.ir crop. Despite several tran-
hlent rullles, the general tendency of the
market was decisively down grade
throughout the . session. Influenced by
reports that In addition to the burden
of the unusual volume of sa'cs to real ire
on holdings the bulls were handicapped
bv foreigners selling futures here and at
Winnipeg. Furl hei inoi e. it was denied
that tho Canadian government bad been
buyinL', Duluth reported increased roun
trv offers and there -were advlc, s that
as Kansas City. St. Iouis and (miaha ele
vators had little storage room yet un
filled, a hie shipping movement to Chi
cago was not unlikely.
Assert Ions that tho tightening of thn
blockade of neutral ports would comull-
leate tho difficulties of exporters did a
1 gn at deal to emphasize boar sentiment.
Cm was easy on account of the set
back in wheat. Besides enlarged receipts
nave an aovantage to tne i.eara ami mere
were prospects of Important sh pmenl
here from the west and southwest.
Oats relaxed with other cereals. The
market, however, was relatively film.
owiuir IO gossip inat export sales in ine
Inst thre nays amounted to more man
Packers sold provisions. i no uuioan-
ing weighted down the market, not
withstanding a material upturn in me
value of hot'S.
Chicago Cash Trices Wheat: No. 2 red,
$1.21.(1.32: No. 3 red. $1 .2M .29 ; No. 2
I.,.-. I nnmlnul' No : burd il .18'irl .2',
Corn' No. 2 yellow, nominal. No 4 yel- I" i' es
low. 7.",'.i74';e: No. 4 white. 73vif 74c
Oats: No. 3 while, WiuM'jc: standard.
ltys, nominal. Barley, ova
Timothy, Vi.'AJj".;..; clover.
Provisions: Pork, !x.7.d
$10 !2'.ilO ribs, $10 3,''k
NEW YORK. Jan. t9.F1rmer Rra
zlllan eahles were followed by an open
ing advance of ( tn 9 Points In the mar
ket for correo futures nere lonav. sun
active months sold 9 Io 10 points net
hlcher during the early trading with
May touching 7.14c and September 7.34c
on covering and trade buying. Realiz
ing checked the advance, however, while
there also appeared to he a little selling
by houses with European connections
under which part of the Improvement
was lost with May selling off to 7.11c
and September to 7.3. and with the
market closing st a net gain of 1 to
points. Sales. 20,7.V bags. January, .8Sc;
February. 6 93c; March. 70."'; April, 7.04c;
May, 7.9o; June. 7 13c; July. 7.1Hc; Au
C'lstl 7 2:1c; Sepferrrber. 7.2c; Octntier,
7r!2c; November. 7.3c; December, 7.41c.
Spot, quiet; Rio 7s. 7c; Santos No.
4s e; Kant os 4s wero reported to be
offered In the cost and freight at a.OOo
9 10c on English credit.
The official cables reported sdvsncea
or TMIOO rels In thn Braxlllan markets
and of 6-32.1 In the rale of RIo ex
change on iond'.u. RIo reported clear
ances of 2.0i bags for New York and
1.3U0 for New Orleans.
helnr llttlu change In rlther aireciion.
Buyers all seemed to want a few cuttle
and were out In fair season, but the
I trad" was not especially active.
I Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
' beevea, $8.2Js.75; fair to good beeves,
I $7 uotOJi.10; coiu'oo to fair beeves, $6.Ua
i 7.40; good to cl -I'.'O hulfers, $.2Cst.'.0u;
I good to choice cues, ffa.7o'd6.uu; fan
l io good, cows, $6.2b4ri.7'.; common
I to fair cows, $4.vXx&6.uo; good to cliotca
feeders, ii.ltoal.bu; fair to good feeders,
$.i.40vii6.M); common tu fair feeders.
6.4U; gaod to choice stoogcrs. bi.wiii.wi,
fair to good Btockars. $6.liJl .00; common
to lali- Blockers. l..rjiKUU2f.; slock heifers,
$u.7ui6.7&. Hock cows. $4.7t,y.28; stock
calves, W&OtOIK); veal calves. tJ.WW.eo,
bulls, slags, etc.. n. iwutkio.
Repruseiitatlve sales: -
Aoto Livery ami (ikragea.
industrial Garaga Co.. 20 t Harney Sts.
Aula He pair lug and Pe luting,
$7o6 reward for magneto we o. i trepa7r7
Colujeparea. iiaysaorierii w. lhth.
t IlKh. winter storano when earn are
painted and repaired. JohuBon-DanXorih
Omaha Radiator Hep
BARGAIN for cash; settling ui' niy es
tate: a spaa of 2.70.1 lbs.. 6-year-old
mules, a epan of $.100 lbs. 4-year-old
mules; also t.'Vi lhs. span cf Per. heron
i. naxres In foal by Pig Jumbo Jack. Call
at barn In rear of l?l K, 2Mb St.
lbirty-twn milk wagons for sele.
.lol.naon-Dariforth Co.. 16th snd
1 A Y- r Ml ton.
W aunt r. xOl N 1ft
WILL trade forty horsepower, 191", model
Spaiil.lin toui'iim car fnr hors.-s. tat
tle or fl,cp Addr.s u Bee.
'35 Far. D. auul
Aalo 'I liea .nil auppllra.
NEW YORK. Jan. 19 M ETA LP Issd,
qillel; offered. $-',.90; spelter not quoted
Copper, firm; electrolytic, $24 fcf.r24.7r,.
Iron, steady and unchanged Metal ex
change o notes tin. quiet. $41.00, bid.
At Irfindon: Spot ropiier. j;". ISa:
futures tali 7a fid; electrolytic, BU 115 lea
Sr,t tin. 176: futures. 1:17.', P'S. Anti
mony. :125. lad. 1t.s; si-lter. i.8.8.
NEW YORK. Jan. 19 Sl'OAR Ra w.
firm: centrifugal, 4 33y4.64c; molasses,
3.f.6'rt3.87c; refined, firm, 10 points higher;
tut loaf, 6.7.r.c; crushed, .6T.c; mould A,
6.30c; cubes. 6 ioc; XXXX powdered. 6c;
powdered, j.K'; fine granulated, u.8.',c;
diamond A, ft sT.o; cotifectloiiera- A, U.'im:;
No. 1. 6.60c; futures ofwned firm; at noon
were .''.rs points net higher.
Ns. A. Pr. Ns. At. Tt.
n $ a si t
U ,0 4 tt 4 liWl 7.
i. 10m b 14 Psii 1 oo
U huh J IS 11 11:i4 t IS
jj vim t ) Wis 7
Win 7 46 T Jt 1 m
-J Bit 7 to BJ 1142 1 at
4U 124 I M
STEERS AND HB1FERS.
I 174 1 Ml 6 4m 4 no
7 DM 1 00 14 UU 1 ti
l kU 7 40 11 W0 J W
COWS AND HEIFERS.
4 7oi i ii S M III
; 774 4 ( i 11., 4 II
t Ut 6 t, 14 3-
h.3 4 41 4 11 4
7 4 7 1 447 4
lav 1 U0 I HA I 4
4 140 I 00 4 8.14 4 14
U 410 4 70 1 441 4 W
12 t4 7 a 1 ioit at
STOCK ERM AND FEEDERS.
4 Ml I I tl' 4 40
Hill 4 .1 10 W l
41 71.4 4 i0 6 Sb 4 7i
311 Mil 4 80 At t M
t 41.0 7 00 42 Pl.t 7 it
II ; 7 40 4 ll4 7 so
llonae Still London.
LONDON, Jan. 19. The Times' report
that Colonel K. M. House. President Wil
son's personal representative, had gone
to the continent la erroneous. Colonel
House Is still In Iondon. conferring with
Ambassador Page and meeting prominent
officials. He will go to Paris within a
Two Rinks Unbeaten.
DULUTH. Minn.. Jan. 19 -The Rrewer
Whyte rink of Duluth and the tl. R.
Ree.lal quartet of Phillips, Wis., were the
only undefeated rinks at the close of the
second day's play of the annual North
western Curling association's bnnsplcl In
session here this week.
CHICAGO LIVE) STOCK MARKKT
Cattle Unsettled Hobs Weak -Bherp
CIllCAno. Jan. 19. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 18.OU0; market, unsettled; native
beef steers, $6.(sy(ifl.K.',; western steers,
$6.y,i.2S; cows and heifers, $3 fKo.40;
calves, $7.6041 10.76.
HOGS Receipts. 61,000 hesd; market,
wesk; hulk of aalea. $7.:Va7.nri; light.
$7 .07,ti7.fl0; mixed. $7.'vlr7.7o; heavy. $7.16
ih7.7n; rough, $7.1.Vfi7.30; pigs, $.V7IVr3!.90.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 18.000
head; market, strong; wethers, $7.40
8.01; ewes. K.lTSrn.U; lambs. fM.44fjri0.90.
Kanaaa City Live Stock Market,
KANSAS CITY", Mo., Jan. 19.-CAT-TLE-
Receipts. 8.000 head; market,
ateady; prime fed steera. $S.rVufl.26;
dressed beef steers, $6.75t.3r.; western
sleera. $.6a 60; stnrkera and feeders,
$600o.00; bulls, $o.fcVu4i.;A0; calves, $6.00
HflGR-Reeelpts. 14.000 head: market,
higher; bulk of alaes. $7.2Ta7.60; heavy,
$74XVtf7.M: packers and butchers, $7.30oi
7.48: light. 7.0r11r7.4O; pigs, $8.2fiHH.75.
KUBKP AND LAM BS Receipts, 8 H)
head; market, strong: lambs, $10.20
Alaska OeM ..
A meti. an Hmi Buaar. ...
Amertoaa IeenwHlva ....
Amertnan H. a 41
Am. . a ft rfd
Am. Hnaar Raflnlns
American Tsl. a Tl
Halllmora a Ohio
Brnn.lvn Itapld Tr.
California retmlaum ....
8 Antral Iathar
i hsspuk. a Ohio
4lro , w
t hlraan, M B . T
fhloasn a N. W
Chloatn. It. I. aV P. Uy..
fnlorado fisl ai Irea....
Denver It. Y pfd
In.lllloiV BarurttlM ....
tlrest Northsrn pfd
Ureal Nn. On etfs
luterhnrouah .'on. Cora..
Kanaaa City Houtharn....
Ixulavllla NaehTllla ..
Mleaoarl. K. a T. td....
New York Central
N. V.. N. H. II
Norfolk a Western
Parlfln Tel. A Tel
fullmaa Palara far
ttay Con. Copper
Jlep.ihlln Iron a Bleel...,
eituitehaser fempanr ...
Tsiaa tompany ,
1'nloo Pa.lflr pM
t'nlled ft ale. steal
t'. a. Btaei ptd
Wsstlnahniiaa mantrta ...
Wahaeh B pfd
Inter. Marina pfd.
Total aalea for tha riar. esm.ose aharas.
I - Va
$10 fWfr 18.50.
19 70; lard,
10 7 ".
BUTTER-Firm; creamery. 2.T(5:tOc.
EIHiS-Ixiwer; recelida. 9.112 cases;
firsts. :tfu.4c; ordinary firsts, 29ii 2c ;
at mark, casea included, 24'n30c.
POTATOES Lower; receipts. 27 cars,
Michigan, Wisconsin. Mlnnest.ta and fa
kota. :ff,J102; Minnesota Ohios. isfaWs-.
MOULTRY-iAUve, lower; fowls. Itic;
sprmga, lio; turkeys. 18c.
REBUILT, $2.uu IO $j.'aj.
DUO TiRh. CO.. Itul Chicago SL
N OTIC 13 TO CONTRACTOR.
Pealed bids will bo received In the of
fl. e of the Board of Commission. ira of
State Institutions until 1: A. M. Mon
day, January 31. 1914, for the furnishing
I .f all material, Hiippll. e, and labor. In
clu.lini; I.,., general contract, heating,
'and elect tie wlrlnir, for the proper con
Istruetlon of a aun-norch addition to the
Hospital for Insane, Lincoln, Nebraska,
according to plans and specifications
I pretarcU by Joseph W. Salmon, arclil-
UAhLL I 'PAVllloOM
liargalu in uaea niachlnes.
MOTOKCYCLca. All bids muat ba accompanied by a
nea. Victor H.. f . . , . . r . . .
-Tn. MototcyvJ. lUa," fit. l..wriZ 1 . if "mad- 'ZZ? I
1 Bnard if t'ommlsslonera of State Institutions.
! I'lan.4 and speciflcallons may he had
.'at the office of the Board of Commls
I toners e.f .Jtute Institutions at the Maie
I House, or at the office of the architect,
1 First Natloicd Bank building, Lincoln.
' The board yaervea the light to reject
snv 1 r nil bids.
Bo.fD OF COMMISSIONERH OF
: .-l ATI ' lN.-'TITI 'THNS.
By LE. MATTHEWS, Secretary.
Liic oln, N. hra: ka, January s, VU6
YOU CAN SELL THAT
if you let t'.s public know alout It
Write a full description of it. d..n I
leave out anything and run same "1
the Want Ad columns of THE BEE
f .r a few days. There Is in, heller
way of locating buyers Can ti .11!
vertiae. Phone Tyler 1 and pit
your ud In NOW.
NEW YORK. Jan 19. 'OTTOV -Spot,
quiet; middling uplands, 12 40c: sales, !,10
bales. Futures closed barely steady:
January. 12.1:-; March. 12 31; May, 12 6s.-;
July, 12.71c October, 12.7oc. The market
closed barely steady at a net decline of
14 to IS points fur the day.
London Block Market.
LONDON, Jan. 19 American securities
on the Stock market were dull, being
dealt in only occasionally at Irregular
SILVER-Bar. 26d per ounce.
MONEY 4Vi4 per cent.
DISCOUNT RATES-Short bills. ls,vj)
6 per cent; five months, 6'a per
HOGH Receipts of hogs were liberal
again today, estimates calling for 21
ears, or Ju.buO head. The official count
of yesterday's run was Indicated by
early arrivals. Tots) for the first halt
of thn week Is larger than for any simi
lar period in a long time, the three days'
receipts of 66.0(77 head being 10.600 larger
than a week ago, more than 6.OU0 heavier
than two weeks tin, and two and a
half times as laigo as for the same
davs last year.
Shippers, although going at things a
uititf, la.itloiiHlv Louaht oulta a few
hogs on early rounds at prices that ;
ini.t,.d arm, 11. 1 6c hluhur than vestettay.
I Th. y bought good hogs largely at $7.
I7.:i'i and paid as high as $.'....'.
I 'i i.e i,ii k..r market waa as on Tuead.y
very siow in gcuing sianeu, out .!,
waa a different undertone to the trade
this morning, and wbli every one leu t
yesterday iliat tne margei wouiu ie
uglier once il sialic. I today, sellers
were more Inclined Io pay more atten
tion to tho bear stories packers wero
t. I.onle Live Stock Market.
ST. 11U1S. Mo., Jan. 19 CATTLE
Receipts, 1,500 head; market, steady; ns
tiva beef steers. $7 ftomt) 60: yearling
steera and heifers. $8 IV'u4V36; cows, $A fsl
87 00; sto.kers and feeders, $ft.no-7.2r.;
southern steers, $6.2fV?ia.6n; cows snd heif
ers. 4 Otsxat.ht; native calves, $8 0j(r11 50.
HOi IS Receipts. 13,700 head; market,
higher; pigs and lights. $6.2fifr7.70; mixed
and butchers. $7.6i'ir7.7&; good heavy, $7.70
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpls. 1.100
head; market, steady; yearling wethers.
t iKfi0.26; lambs, $.0H4T 10.75; ewes, $.!6fj
Bt. I.onle drain Market.
8T. LOUIS. Mo., Jan. 19. Wl 1 EAT No.
2 red, $1324tl''6; No. 1 hard nominal;
Msv, $1.26; July. 11.20.
CORN No. 2. 76.': No. 2 while, 75c;
Mav. 77',c; July. 774e.
OATS No. 2 nominal; No. 3 white, 61.
Liverpool Grala Market.
LIVERPOOL Jen. 19. Wl TEA T Spot,
No. 1 Manitoba, 14s 4d: No. 2. 13a in.i;
No. 3. lus 7d; No. i hard winter, new.
CORN Spot American mixed, new, 10a
Dry lioodt Market.
KEW YORK. Jan. 19.-DRY OOODB
Cotton goods were firm today. tuple
ginghams advaaced to 7o a yard. Prl.es
nainud on fancy tlannetlea for fall were
lV.c a yard higher than a year ago.
Rank ( learlngs.
OMAHA. Jan. 19. Bank clearings for
On, alia today were JJ,-' 01 r,,r
lh" on spon.ling day last yeur, $2.9.2,-
Bloua lly live Btock Market.
elOint CITY, la., Jan. 19.-4-ATTLE-Recelpts,
S.rio head; market firm: native
ateers, $ VVh 10; butchers, t4.754ii.H;:
cows and heifers, $4 8.MU'I.86; sto kera and
feeders, $6 fl. 25; hulls, stags, etc., S'-O)
HOUR -Receipts, norm bead: market f.
One Fine "Mulligan"
Spoiled by Arrest
Every. pocket tn tha clothing. of Harry
Dunham, genus vag, waa discovered full
of something to rat. when ha was being
searched last night at headquarters. He
had been arrested tn tha grocery store
of H. Kavaa, Sixteenth and Cuming, by
officer N. Thomas, when tha grocer ac
cused him of the thfft or a pound of
Dunham's pockets contained crackers,
sausages, apples, pot sloes and onions.
On account of Dunham's arrest, a
"Jumble" of "birds" lost the makings ol
a fine "mulligan,"
A hill to esthllsh a system of federal
licensing and supervision of warehouse!
for stspls agricultural products waa fa
vorably reported to the house by the
committee on agriculture.
With only three faint "noes" the house
adopted a resolution revising the "calen
dar Wednesday rule" bo as to speed up
lis work. Hereafter debate on a bill con
sidered nn calendar Wednesday will ba
limited to two hours, and no committee
will be permitted to occupy more than
two Wednesdays with Its business.
A hundred thousand aouvenlr gold dol
lars, commemorating tho erection of th
$3u0,000 memorial building Boon to be ded
icated at Ntles. O., In honor of William
McKlnley would be coined under a bill
favorably reported by tha house commit,
tee nn coinage, weights and measures.
The McKlnley Birthplace Memorial asso
ciation la to le permitted to sell the
coins st a premium to help pay for con
struction and maintenance of tha build
rir... I x. baa. w SrT 'Ai.tl atai in ISH 17 I HTM' mm -
7 20; light; W 7WP7 0f bulk of sales.' $, out : SOUTH HIGH QUINTET
7 3... I Tnniuisrn it n r-i miir
SHEEP AND LA M B8 Receipts. 3.nro inUUIlUtUAl DLLLCVUC
slo. A Sk IT. No At
i4 114 ... $7 IS 74 18
,4 aa) 100 7 20 V2 212
e. 2 ... 7 24 ' 43 t4
VD 221 ... 1 2i 7 feat
11 lit ... 4
. . IT It
44 J 1
... 1 tu
bl 1EEP- Supplies of sheep and lambs
wire Loiiahleiauly more moderate today,
early estimates placing arrivals at forty
cais. or head. The week's total,
:;,4. head, is the largest ill Borne weeks,
being nearly 2,'W, heavier than last
week, a gain of l.OuO over two weeks
ao, and greater than for the same days
last year by 13.5. head.
Th.. lamb i.Tct opened out dull, and
packers followed up yesterdays decline
by making III at infers al llgurea tnat
were fiuiu a dlino to in extreme, cases
a quai ler .e..w yesterday 's average.
Noli. lug ul all was done during the
early pari of the forenoon, about thn
only sate of consequence made up to 10
10 o'clock being thai of four cars vj
g.aal fed western iambs mat looked
steady at $l'io).
The in ou ni. nt never livened up very
much, but a fair clearance was made be
fore midday at generally ateady prices.
Individual sales ahoweq much uneven
ness. prices being higher in some In
stances and weaker in others, with a
tendency towards a narrower spread.
Bulk i the good lamba sold at $10 1
1060. the latter price being top until the
close, when a load of real good fed
westerns brought 110 66.
Quotations on sheep and lamba: Lambs,
good to choice, 41U t.o'"66; lamba, fair to
fcond, $10 lO'u-lO 4.'.; lambs, clipped, $X.11i
9 I.'.; yearlings, good to choice light, $ 7&.J
.lii yearlings, fair to choice heavv, 17 6.)
i 60; wethers, fair to choice, $7 0itj16n;
cwcs,.good to choice, $6.6i 4Ji Si, ewes, fair
head; market steady; ewes. $6 f ;
lambs, $7.U"j'10 40.
Bt. Joarph Live Stock Market.
HT. JOSEPH, Jan. 19. C ATT LE Re
ceipts, 1.8X8); head; market steady; steera,
$7.ikvf9.60; cows and heifers, $4 00ttt.7S;
H Otis Receipts, 11.000 head: packers
alow top, $7.6.".; tulk of aalea, $7.25ai.4o.
MfEKP AND LA MRS Recelpta, 4.000
head; market steady; lambs. $10.0vrJ10.S6.
Live Block la Nlabt.
Receipts of live stock at the five
' Kansas City..
Cattle. Hnea. Bheep
.3840 116.200 41,000
Evaporated Applea aatt Dried Kralla
NFTW YORK, Jan 1 H' A PO RATED
APPLES Pull: fancy, VtjV'r.c: .-hot e, 7
t7V; prime, 6hc.
DRIED FRUITS Prunes, firm; Call
fornlas. 4'3'Uc; Oregons, 7trc. Apri
cots, firm: choice. 10c; extra choice,
lK!1lc; fancy. Jlc. Peachea. stead.;
choice, 5c; extra choice, 5c; fancy,
6c Raisins, quiet; loose muscatels, 7tj
!: choY e to fancy s.-ed. d 7aT, j
Beiievue college basket ball squad de
feated the South Sldo Illgti school team.
25 to 26, In a practice game on the Beiie
vue gymnasium floor last night. The
vis tors played a plucky game during the
entire evening, but superior team work
defeated them. At the opening of the
second half Coach Benjamin ran In hla
freshman team. They were more evenly
matched with the high school men. and
Graham, tha Packers' left forward, led
Ms team ahead by caging four field goals.
When tho varsity men . replaced the
freshmen tha game had cooled down so
that neither team mads much progress
before the end. Lineup:
L F Graharr.
c Nixon (cl
LIVERIOOL. Jan. 19. COTTON -Spot
steady; middling. ild: middling, .2i'
low middling, I.sed; salea, I, Ono bales.
But stltutlpns: Noyes for Klnnler. Mar
tin for F.rwln. Erwln for Maxwell Stew
art for Pleolte. Johns for Raoely Wilson
for Schainholts. Goals from field: Max
well (6), Picotte (ol. LYwin 2, Ra.-ely,
Johns, tloals from foul: Plcotte, Max
well, Johns. Nixon 4. Referee: Besia
niin. Timers: Wenke aad i'alloa. Scorer:
THK I'l.U I a IT KJCVIKW ertsta treary
aa.ua and timely opinion an la.aaliaaal en
port.inlllva tn New York Stork Kaanaaaa aa-r.triliea-
Pubitahed every Saiwdae1 Be Jo'.a
Mulr a fa., 41 BraaSvar. fcw Tart City.
II 00 a year. Head fur eeasl aolee.
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