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MOVING ND STORAGE
""GLOBE VAX & SfORAQlT
' - bdips. i-nom
ysn and I men. 11, Jo per hour; storage,
li per month. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Poiiyles .t and Tyler 14.
GORDON VAN CO.
racking, storage and mo.
Inc. 218 N. lltb Bt, Tel.
Douglas 3W or Harney 1937.
Separate, locked room, for house
bold wood and plaaoa; looting, peeking
OMAHA VAN ARU BIVRAWH CU,
tr S lth St
FIDELITY .YrVTc Mih-J
Fkon Douglas tS (or complete list of
vacant houses aad apartment; also for
storage, moving. 1th and Jack ion Bts.
JP TiFF.il Kxr- Co- moving
. IU-LiL packing; and storage.
IW ramam Bt Douglas tin
MAGOARD Van A Storage Co.: Moving
paoktns. storage anil 'hipping. D. 14
FOR RENT-BUSINESS PROFTY
Lease for Bale
280 8quar Feet $30.00.
The Bee Building Co.
WILL, remodel apace. 80 by 60. for lodge
hell, 8d floor of Crounae Block, lis N.
lKh Bt.. to suit tenant CONRAD
TOCNO. S23 Brandcl The. Doug. 1571
SMALL atore room; very desirable; rent.
130; 1520 Cas Bt. CONRAD TOUNO.
S?J Brandcl Theater. Dougin lf71.
TWO wholesale building, one with
trackage. F. D.
WE AO. 310 S. 18th St..
fTOREROOMS at lW-lltlt Farnam ft.
Thou. F. Hall, 433 Ramge Bldg. D. 740.
SQDKRN store near postof flee; low rank
O. P. Stebblns. 110 Chicago.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfnrniabrd Hoases ana Flats.
HURRY up! Cal! Red 4J44; ws can rent
that vacant properly.
THOa L. M'UAHRY. Keeline Bldg.
WK HAVE many call for houses to
rent. List yours with u.
F. D. WEAD. 310 8. 18th St.. Wead Bldg.
All modern. In Benson, at 2319 N. 69th
St. Full lot, house about 5 yearn old.
Mortgage on it of I2.0fi0.00. payable
2o.00 per mouth: make offer for equity.
You need not fear to make offer low
enough. The owner must sell and you
will get a nar.
H. A. WOLF. C14 Were BIk. Doug. M6S.
8-RM. COTTAGE BARGAIN
West Farnam district: all modern. In
fine condition; east front lot on paved
street; close to Leavenworth street car;
'i block to school and adjacent to valua
ble property: lot 4ixl&0. If you want a
big bargain Tel H. 1S8?. o
Two pood, well built, well arranged
-room house, strictly modern and tip-to-date,
located on corner S&th.Ave. and
Jones St. Pavlnn all paid. Price ti,500.
Rental S7S0. Alwavs rented.
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
91B-1B City Nat'l Bank Pldg. Pons;. 49.
KJW. bungalow, 6 rooms, all modern,
osk ftnlHh, overlooking Happy Hollow,
Fairacres and Elmwood Park, one
block to car for IJ.SOO. S00 cash,, bal
ance 25 monthly.
TKBHKX3. iio Omsha Nat. Bank.
24TII ST., CORNER DEWEY
Choice flats, bring t4 monthly; will
more than carry the property at per
cent until 24th St. doubles In value. If
Interested In something ' choice you
should see me quick.
C O. CARLBERG,
812 Brandel Theater Bldg.
Brand new, 7-room, strictly modern
stucco house, with sleeping porch; Just
completed; near Field club. Be sure and
see this house before you buy and we
will save you money, write N. J. Kko
man tt 80ns, building contractor, 8U N.
iftth St., or phone Harney 7519 any time.
RORTli front lot. 16th and Sherwood
Ave., wlih old ft-room brick cottage, not
modern; only I1.2SO. Tel. Ioug. 2947.
FKN rooms, four apartments, cheap.
Phone Colfax ItiM after 11 a. m.
Six rooms, bath and sleeping porch.
Very artistic fireplace.
Heating plsnt guaranteed.
Material and workmanship guaranteed.
Possession at once.
230 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Tel. D. 49S.
FOR SALE A BARGAIN .
This 7-room modern house, hot water
heat, located 3340 8. 19th tt., one-half
block from Boulevard.
THE BYRON REED CO.,
212 8. 17th
FOR SALE Strictly modern ' 7-room
house, nearly new; Field club district;
faces east on the boulevard. Will sell
cheap if taken at once. Buy direct from
owner. Phone Harney 7oiH,
ONLY 10l CAtiH 116 MONTHLY.
This small payment will put you in
possession of a nice 4-rooin house, well
located, with large lot, 00x125, all in
bearing fruit. There Is a good chicken
house, an sO-barrel cistern and the
house Is equipped with screens and
storm windows. Be ambitious to own a
PATNK INVESTMENT CO..
M7 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. I). 1711 o
Practically new five-room cottage,
modern except t eat, located in a new
addition and surrounded by new houses.
in west part ot city, blocks to car
line; must sell at once on account of
wife's hesitn; price, only iJ.ifcO. Call
Webster vM r una ay and evenings, or
Douglaa 3)1 during week days.
t choice east front lots, each Cxl27 ft.,
on corner, H bio. W to car line. Just the
place to build t small bungalows for
ssle. Nonresident owner anxious to
GEORGE & CO.,
Phone P. 74 903 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
THE! most remarkable development ever
seen in Omsha Is MINNS LUSA addi
tion. Over SuO lots have been sold In
tbati addition In seven months.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO..
Thirty-two milk wagons for a la. cheap.
Johnon-ranforth Co pith, and Clar k.
fiA Y 17 bO ton. A' W. W si.er. Irnj N'TltT
UulUJt; aud was on for ale. T.leFTui
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
l-room modern houm and full lot,
H block from car line. Price., $i,.
Owner will take i or 4 vacant lota
within H mile of SKth and Hamilton
Ms. as part payment and carry bal
ance on the property.
J. H. lH'MOST CO.,
41M8. Keeline Pldg. Tel. D. 890.
TOl' CAN SELL THAT
If you let tha public know about It.
Writ a full description of It. don t
leave nut anything and run earn In
the Want-Ad column of THE PRE
for a few dny. There la no better
war of locating buyers than to ad
vertise. Thone Tyler MM) and put
vour ad In NOW.
$25.niKV Manufacturing buaineaa, Omaha.
Staple article, clear; for A-l land. J.
A.. Abbott. Room 4. Patterson Block.
P.KAL E4STATK, Fire and lieneral insur
ance. Art Thatcher. 1217-11 City Na
t ion Pa n k Bid rlm gl s 3"1.
300 ACHES. Montgomery county, Iowa.
tt deal for Omaha Income. CAMPBELL
& CRAIG. Keeline Pldg.
INTELLIGENT snd perlntenl advertis
ing will "sell" any salable real estate,'
snd the largest number of prospective
buyer can be reached through the
Real Estate and W ant-Ad Guide to all
of Greater Omaha THE BFK.
WAITED To buy on monthly payments,
small store room, with living rooms
above. In Central school district. Phone
A Rl'SY, busy door bell snd a steady
stream of replte-after your '.iEU
Wwnt-Ad baa told It atory.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
For Down Town Garage
irSxIH feet, porthwest corner of 17th
and Jackson streets. Close to retail
business center. Price and terms on ap
plication. George & Company,
Phone O. 7n4. 2 Cltv Nat. Bank Bldg.
NEAR 20TH AND HARNEY
With Improvements, rented at $1,081
per year. Remember, ti'i la close-in
property, and the rent carries the In
vestment. GLOVER & SPAIN,
Long, gwi 91- City Nat'l.
WHAT he had to sell: An automobile,
a motorcycle, a summer cottage, a
Morris chair. And he sold -.hem
through TUB BEE Want Ad columns.
Heal ICatate Liwai, SlortgasTea.
WE are ready at all timet to
make loan' on tint-clan city
property and eastern Nebraska
farm. Ratea on request.
UNITED STAT S TRUST CO
SIX 8. 17Ut St
t Tu lor loans on best class
residences in amounts tZ.OuO uo:
larm luans. Keasouable immlaalona.
PETEHa TRUtll' CO.. 162a Farnam Ut.
OMAHA homes, tuast Neoraaaa farms,
O KEKFE REAL. ESTATE CO,
1018 Omaha National. Phone Douglas I7U
1M TO HO.uuv made proinpily. F. U.
V.'ead, Wead Blug.. 18th & Farnam Bts.
iiONEV on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder, City National Bank Bldg.
CITY properly. ire loans a specialty.
w. ri. Thomas. a.'M state Bank Hldg.
CITY and I.irm loans, 6. i. per cenb
. n. numom ft t;o,. ig state ttana.
CITY 1XJAN8. c. Q. Carlberg.
LI Brsndeis Theater Bldg.
t MONET. HARRISON A MORTON.
Blocks and 1 Uoads.
7fc Home Builders Pays 7
Plus builders' profits making over 10
per cent in 191 to our investors.
You can invest 11.18 and up to run
as long as you wish and convert Into
cash on snort notice.
Ask for our "New Way"' booklet.
1W1 Authorized Capital slOv.ou.
1914 AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. IJUO.OOO.
191e AUTHORIZED CAP1TAU Vju0.o00.U0.
AMERICAN SECURITY CO.
Fiscal A gents. Omaha
UNCLE BAM oi. stock at a sacrifice of
1 cent per a.iare; advertised prloa to
non-stockholders, cents; Vi.000 shares,
o0. T. J. Coughlln. Edgerton, Kan.
kstravts ot Title.
WHEN buying 'real estate have us cora-
pue your abstrac uuaraniee Aoairaci
Co., Km. 7. Patterson Blk. D. 29t7.
K ri" rf R f 'tie guarantee and Abstract
i I mx co.. a modern abstract office.
80S S. 17th St. Tel. D. Ml,
RKED ABSTRACT CO , oldest abstract
office In Nebraska. Hrandels Thea.
FARM loans, 6, eastern Neb., or west
ern la. Toland & Trumbull, 44 Hee Hdr.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Leslie Land Co., Leslie, Ark.
MAKING MONEY WHILE YOU WAIT.
There will be planted in our section
In Florida this month 10,000 to 16.000
acres of Irish potatoes. These potatoes
will go to market about the time the
northern farmer is planting snd bring
prices unhoped for by him. The pota
toes will be followed by a crop of corn
or other field crops. ,
Our lands aia equally adapted to
trucking, small or large farming and
stock raising. The largest cattle and
ht.g funn in the United Htstes is being
developed In our locality. No one crop
country can begin to compare with It.
A place to live as well as to make
money. The superb all year round cli
mate should add years to your life.
BENSON 4V CAKMICHAEU
642 Paxton Block. Omaha, NcB.
FREE TKIP.TO V'EKO, FLO HI OA,
Tuesday, February L to see the famous
Indian Klver farms, whets the luscious
orange and grape fruit are produced In
abundance; where general and Intensive
farming is an-inteii in; where the possi
bilities in cattle, hogs, poultry raising
sn6 calrying sre almost unlimited; lii
g-owlng day in the year; outdoor life,
boating, baililns, fishing and hunting;
good roads, schools and churches. We
want you to see this country, where op
portunity awaits you; where you can
secure that farm and home on easy
payments, which may mean your very
Call or write for free booklet and
complete plans for thia free trip.
HEOD1NO & HEDD1NO.
H5Braadela Theater Bldg., Omaha, Web.
BPLE"NDID eastern lo w a 80- re dairy
farm, lJa per acre. C. S. HELYEA.
t:3 Capitol Ave..
Minnesota- La ads.
TTSFXCre FARM fOiTrENTT"
Southern Minnesota, well Improved.
tiled, smooth; i.su per acre, or share
rent. Ken cone, Wludom, Minn.
AN OCEAN SPRING;
Pecan orchard, will provide you with
a winter home mid sunshine and flow
are. and pay you an Income besides,
costs you nothing to Investigate.
W. T. bMITH CO.,
P. 3818. City National Bank Bldg.
fi7l ACRES improved, ' miles of talein.
Mo ; 14V acres fenced. 8u acres culti
vated: lays fine; good soil; price 140
w. jLJ'JtNKNevillerilk.. Omaha.
RICH com land. 9 Obu. acre.. ?5 acre"'
only 4 ir ctnt cash, htuiua s, years'
U. P. Stebbin. 1'jiO Chicago. Q
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
W l aaa faoda.
UrPKR WiscfiNglN-Beet dairy and
general crop state In the union; aettlers
wanted; lands for sale at low prices oa
easy terms. Ask for booklet 84 oa Wis.
Sonaln Central Land Uratit. Excellent
lands for stoek raising. If interested la
fruit lands ek for booklet on apple or
chards. Address Land and luduatrtal
Iept., Boo Line Railway. atiuneapolA
" Teaaa 8. a is.
WHEN you buy a farm, get It where It
has a future. If you buy high-priced
land you are Just trading dollars, so to
speak. Ws have a land proposition that
ought to Interest every farmer seeking
to better Ms condition. Our landa eeli
at $30 to $-"0 per acre, on easy terms.
The soil is rich aad fertile, the climate
fine, the water supply pure and plenti
ful' the rainfall has always been ample
to Insure crops. lintll a lew years ago
there ws no railroad through this sec
tion of ths country, but with the ad
vent ot a main-line railroad It la now
raoldlv coming to tha front, towns are
springing up, snd in a few years these
lands will double and treble in value.
We have peraonally Investigated this
land, bought some of It ourselves, and
have the agency for a limited supply.
These landa are locsted In western
Texas, below the Panhandle. Circular
giving detailed Information furnished
SCOTT & HILL COMPANY
MeCague Building. Omaha.
HAVE TOU A FARM FOH BALBT
Write a good description ot your land
aad send It to the Sioux City (la.) Jour,
nal, "Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every Fri
day evening, Saturday morning and
every Saturday evening and Sunday tor
one month, giving alxteen ads on twelve
different days for 2; or W words, H o
75 words, tt.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper; EA0U0 reaCers dally In four great
I 1914 Ford touring cars.
1 1!13 Ford roadster.
1 1914 Ford roadster.
1 lll Hupp 20 roadster.
1 1912 Chalmers 80 roadster.
1 1911 Maxwell K truck.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO,
3024 Fam am St. Hongls XM.
11915 Bulik C-25; touring, excellent
2 1914 Hulck roadster, good shspe,
S 1914 Studebaker six touting.......
4-1914 King roadster
6 11114 Ford louring
t 191 S Ford truck
Auto Clearing House. 2J09 Farnam. D.T3UK
l,iw-I,H. tnicK i. nnuriiKs uuioa
tkTvlie Station. 1914 Farnam.
Phone Douglas 721.
AUTOMOBILE MUTUAL. INBURANCB
CO., oougiaa ia.
Aato t-lverr aad Caraarea.
Industrial Oarage Co.. 20 A Harney Sta.
Automobile painting done by experts; 20
years experience in wmana; wura guar-.
anteea iwt. ciaas. rfoiioson-taniortn Co.
;00 reward for magneto we can't repair.
CoUs ijapaired. Baysdorfer, 110 N. 18th.
Free winter storage when cars are paint
ed and repaireq. jonnson-uanrorth Oo.
6maha HaJiator Rep. Co Far. U. l
! Tires aad Kappltea.
UUPLEX tires last longer, are stronger
and more durable. Sox3V, t.60. 18 Far
nam Bt. L'ougms n
REBUILT. 12.00 TO tS.00.
DUO TIRE CO.. 1611 Lhioaao St
Bargain In used machines, Victor Koos,
"Ths Motorcycle Man." 2703 Leaveowortu.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
MXU gram, loo lbs, 81.75. Wggner. 881 N.lt
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Uowplled asd funlh4 br Kerr Tltla Uiwrautas
and A b tract sompaay, S Soulk UeTtotasaik
Moni C. lhtn. tnut, to Oil Olun.
H of sactloa 23-l-t 1
84 om C Llehtsn, trust, te Noli Lusa-
rn. of M14 ot Meiloa 83-1S- I
Moni C. Llehtn, IruilM. to Detty Par
on. wV o ot Mctioa 88-14-
Barker 5o. to Beary K. f rlos. Kit II, loi.
Vusl lnTlmDt Co. te entries D. BtrkMt,
s44 ft ot M I t or lot 4. block ill. citr
Oeors A. HoKlsiul soil wit to Lovett
Woodman, t4 of lot t, block I, Improve
tnnt A)clatlon'B add
W. A. Lockwood and wit to th B. g. Hsd
Ick Co., luU 4 and 8, Km eat Bwett's UK-
Roy N. Towl and wit to Osorc W. Cos
dnn, lot 13 to IT nd M. U. block 8; lot
8 to 7, IncluKlv, block 8. Maxwall A Tree
Mary A. WtBfnntr "d kiubssd to lUiei
M. Punbnr. lot 4, bliK-k . Hinvon I'lao
F. J. MrShant, Jr., anvrlff, to Omaha I,oaa
and Uuildlni sMooisUoa. lot A. Woek 1,
Heed fourth aad ,
Executed in Mexico
For Stealing a Pig
DOUGLAS, Aril., Jan. H.-Alberto Gar
cia, an Independent bandit leader, who,
with 200 followers, lias been operating In
the Bahuarlpa district of Bonora, Mexico,
surrendered to Carranxa authorities.
Carrania officials have adopted store
measures to end bandit operations In tha
southern part of the Monteiuma district.
Death has been made the penalty for
theft, according to arrivals from that sec
tion today. Eight men. it was said, had
been executed within the last two weeks.
ono for stealing a pig.
EL PASO, Tex.. Jan. 27. General E.
Maycott. commanding a part of tha Car
ranxa army of Generat Jacinto Trevino,
routed the Zapata leader. Benjamin Ar-
gumedo. In a battle at Maxas, Coahulla,
according to a telegram received tonight
at Juarex. Maycott had 1,000 men. Argu
medo Is said to have been in personal
command of the defeated forces.
Big Hog Exhibit to
Be Shown in Omaha
CHICAGO, Jan. 27. Representatives of
the National Bwlne Growers' association
and affiliated bodies met here today and
decided to hold hereafter a national ex
hlblt of record swine eacu year. It was
decided tha first exhibition should be
held In Omaha next October.
PRIVATE CARS APPEAR
TO TRAVEL THE FASTER
CHICAGO, Jsn. 27. Ac the inquiry of
tha Interstate Commerce commission here
today Into the operation of private car
lines an attempt was made to learn why
private Una cars were moved faster and
at a greater mileage than cars of the
railroad companies. It was said that cars
of tha private lines were moved at an
average of eighty miles dally while the
railroad companies' cars moved only
twenty-five untie dally.
THIS MAN CAN'T EVEN
UNDERSTAND ANY SIGNS
NEW YORK. Jan. I7.-A daaf aad
dumb man who could neither road nor
apparently understand sign language waa
arraigned in court here today charged
with carrying a concealed weapon. The
case was postponed until some method
la,, found by which the court csi coin
injmicatc wlih til ni ss required by law.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Takes $v Sharp Drop, with
Prices Falling One to Two
COO PRICES ARE UNCHANGED
OMAHA. January 7T. 11
The cash wheat market, which haa
been very strong for the last few div.
took a sharp drop today, selling lii.'u
under yesterday's prices.
The demand for corn waa only fair,
the recetpta totaled eighty-eight rata.
and corn sold unchanged to lu h Ik her,
with moat of their sales at unchanged
Oat were lower, declining 4fic.
Clearances were: Wheat snd flour,
equal to l,l72.0i0 bu.: corn, lX.OOO bu.;
oat a. .w.tmo bu.
Liverpool close: Wheat. Id up to Hd
lower; corn, 'd higher.
W heat. Corn. Oat
St. Ixilll ...
i nese sale were reported today:
Wheal: No. 8 hsrd winter, 1 car, 1129.
No. 3 hsrd winter 1 raiv tl w f, I'.o
cars, tl.ai; cars, l , 3 cars, 1.24; J
cars. 1 car. Il.ta. No. 4 hard winter,
1 car, II. ill.; k esrs, ?t.'!l; 7 esrs, A.'M:
8 cars, ll.lt; S esrs, II 18 ; 1 car. II 17; 1
car. 11.16. Sample. 1 cars, tl.lt. No. 2
spring, 1-3 car, 11 28; No. I spring, 1 car,
11.24. No. 4 spring, 1 car (oat mixed),
II. IN; 1 car (light). I1.12W. No. 2 durum.
1 car, 1.2. No. 8 durum, I car. 11.21.
Corn No. 4 white: care, 7c. No. 8
white: 8-8 car, 6tc; 1 car. 63c; 1 car, .V
No. 4 yellow: 4 cars. xc. No. 8 yellow:
1 car. toe; 6 car. V : 1 car, A4c. No.
yellow: 1 car, KISc; 4 3-4 ears, tic; 8 cars,
Oe. No. 8 mixed: 1 car. c. No. 4
mixed: 8 cars, 7c; 8 cars. OSWoi 2 ears.
c. No. 6 mixed: 1 car (near yellow),
4c; 4 cars. kl'c: 6 2-6 cars. Sc: 6 cars.
fiJc. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, tUc; 1 car.
lc; I cars, 6'c; cars. Wo. Sample:
1 car, Wc; 1 car, fiftc; 1 car, 50c; 6 cars,
- 1 . . .n- I
. . ui , , m a, v n i . .v..
Oata No. 8 white: 1 car, 49c; 1 car,
4Vc No. 4 white: 4 cars, 4Uc. Sample:
3 car. 47c.
Omaha twah Price Wheat : No. 2 hard,
t1.27frl.'; No. 3 hard. ll.2Corl.2rt; No. 4
herd. n.irnl.:iH; No. 3 spring, II :! ;
No. I spring, I1.20W1 ; No. 1 durum, 1 21
fl.23: No. 8 durum, tl.20ifl.3l; sample, Wc.
ffill.il Corn: No. white. 88lific: No.
4 white, MiVW7e; No 8 white. ?Hier4c;
No. white. 674fV; No. .1 yellow. tm
anw a. a ..n.. r-t i a. -a . V. K .1ln
Vc; No. 6 yellow, 8nfuo; No. S .1
mixed. tyi9c: No. 4 mixed, 66HW7c;
No. 8 mixed. 2jt4c; No. 6 mixed, HOrrtrtlc;
ssmple. 1 40itMc. Ost' No. I white, MMf
K0c; sUndard, ftO60Vic: No 8 white, AVV,
tMNe; No. 4 white. 4Swtc. Barley:
Malting. 7(ff75c: No. 1 feed, 60!(W7c. Rye:
No. 2. 4ti9Sc: No. 3. 9i)3c.
Chi earn elostiia- nrlces. furnished The
Bee by l,ogan . r-ryan. stoca una grain
brokers. Sl noutn nixteentn st'eei
Artlclel Opcn.'pilrlTT Tw.
MsyJl 8MM5 1
July.ll 2-5 1 27
May. TRMM. "S,
May. 5SiiT H . 61
July. 49VIVi 491
Jan.. 20 25 SO 40
May. 20 60 20 70
Jan.. 10 2t 10 J2
May. 10 67 10 86
Msy. 11 OR 11 17-30
Jsn.. 10 7tVTC 10 MV
' 791111 1
40 20 20
I 10 7A
CHICAGO GRAIlf AND PROVISION,
Feat ares of the Trading; n Cloalaa;
Prices on Board af Trade,
CHICAGO. Jan. 27. Serlnu danger of
extensive winter killing lifted the wheat
market today In the face of reports that
foreigners were reselling. The outcome
was a ateady close, V'iic to ln net
higher, with May at tl.36Vil.S7 and July
at 11.27. Corn gained provisions, at a
finished unchanged and provisions at a
rise of 8c to 27 Wc. Violent changes In
price accompanied, by an Immense trade
kept the wheat pit lively throughout the
Fear as to tha effect a cold wave would
have on winter wheat was heightened by
dispatches from the northwest, saying
that blliaard conditions in soma places
were the worst In years.
Unsettled weather and tha removal of
an embargo against shipments to Balti
more put firmness Into corn, The market
, 'was noticeably unaffected by temporary
' hr.L. In Ih. nrlr , wHeat
Oats closed on a rally, but strength
was impaired by reports that Argentine
oats at Liverpool were belnpr sold cheaper
man cargoes rrora in united mates.
Provisions kept pace with hogs open
ing lower, but advancing later.
Chicago Cash Prices wheat: No. 3 red.
11.37V No. 2 hard. 11.83. Corn: No. 3
yellow, nominal, data; standard, KSVhO.
BUTTER lxiwer; creamery, 23T30c.
KOOS Firmer; recelpta 9,137 caea;
firsts. ZlWic: ordinary flrntn, 20ii27c;
at mark, cnees Included, , !Vu Tio.
POTATOES Lower; receipts 27 cars;
Michigan. Wlncontln. Mlnnenola and Da
kota whites, 9?ciFr1I.O0; Minnesota and Da
kota Ohlos, tbtpuc.
POULTRY Alive, higher: fowls. i6o:
HEW TORK GENERAL MARKET
itnotatiaaa of the Day oa Varloas
NEW TORK. Jan. 37. FLOUR n rmlw
WHEAT Spot, strong; No. 1 durum,
11.604: No. i northern, Duluth, ft. MM,
and No. 1 northern. Manitoba. I1.6KV f
o. b. New York. Futures were atesdv:
CORN-pot, steady; No. 2 yellow, HVic,
c. 1. f. New York.
OATB tfpot. steady: No. 1 whits. r.7
HAY-Steady; No. I. I1.22U1 2R- No. 1.
$1.15: No. S. $100; ahlpping, aiijiOOc.
hups htcady ; state, common to choice,
1M&, IF! 27c; 1HI4, h'uvc; Paclilo coast, 1116.
Uai6c: 1K4. 8410c.
HIDES steady: Bogota. flfiUc: Cen
tral America, 3ic.
LEATHER Mi i: Hemlock flraii. SAa
34c; secondn. 32Ji.13c.
PROVISIONS Pork, firm; mass. $200n9
2050; family, $'J2.0fii4.f; short clear
$19.6o9l23.0U. Beef, firm; mess, 818.604JI17 00:
family. $18 M5 18.00. lrd. . firm; middle
TALLOW Firm; city. 8!4c; country, 7
tjsc; special, 8c.
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET
BEEF CUTS No. 1 ribs, 19c: No. 2
Wc; No. I. ISc; No. 1 lolnts. 22c; No. 2
20c; No. I. lac: No. 1 chuck. le: No 2
c: No. S.'bHc; No. 1 rounds, VMc; No.
: ntCi So-1 plat" No-
FRUIT Oranges: Sunklst, 64s, $2 36
per box; 80s. $3 bi); Ms snd 10ii, fiM: UZh
$11.00; 1Mb. $3.25; lfiOs. 2)s snd UM:
178s. 40U; 8UUS and 31m. $4.38. I-emons:
Golden Howl, 300s snd 80s. $6 00 per box'
Red Ball, $4.60. Grapefruit: 3ba, and
64s, $3.71 per bog; 64o and tOa. 14.00; extra
fancy, all aisea, 4.2Ti. Orapea: Mslugas,
l7 oCaT3.no per keg. Hannss: Medium, II bo
q."i per bunch: medium Jumbos, $2 00
412.50; regular jumbo, 2.5oft2.76; large
Jumbos, U.tgJ.ii, luamniolh Jumbos,
lii.6ojl8.75. Cranberries, l.uujll.og v,at
bsrrel, 1400 per box.
POPCORN-No. 1 rice, 4c per lb.; 40
1-1 b. psrksges, 12.60 per case; Nebraska
white 2"j'3Vo per lb.
VEOETAULF:." Potatoes: Whit atock.
11.26 per bu.; Nebraska atock, 11. In per
bu.; Red River Ohioa, 11.40 per bu. Sweet
potatoes, 14.60 pur barrel; Delaware, 11.76
per hamper; southern, $1.60 per hamper.
Onlona: Red. 3c per lb. Yellow, to per lb.
lettuce: Head, l per dos; leaf, 4oc per
dos. Cucumbers, 82 per dos. Parsley 80c
per dos. Cauliflower. 63 per crate. Celery,
too per dox. Cabbage, lWc per lb. Urua
sel sprouts, 30u per lb. Rhubarb, 12 per
box. Peppers, 60c per basket, shallot,
beets, carrots, turnips, 60 per dos. Old
beets, rsrrot. turnips, parsnips, IVto per
tb. Rutsbagos, Vnfi psr lb.
NUT Walnuts. I'.o per lb.; No. 1
Uc per lb.; black. 4c per lb. Pecans,
12Vc per lb. Almonds: Drake, l&o per lb.:
soft shelled, lso per lb. Rrasils. lao per
lb. Killwrts. 10c per lb. l'ecaui. Large.
i:'-ic per lb. Islxod, 16c per lb. Peanuts:
No. 1 rossted, fen per lb: raw, so per lb;
Jumbo rsw, c per lo.; roasted, iuc
DATE, FIOS Dromedary datss. Ms.
I2.D6 per esse; rsro. io per ID.; stuffed
11.86 per box. rigs: isew, twelve
f tm-r box.
Nehaaka, $3.2S1o( lja"i tonight.
per keg. Honey: Comba, 14 aectlona,
per case; Airline. 14 -os. tumhlera, 1 M
per case. Cornpopa, Kornctte. 3 li per
case; per W case, l.; Checkers, Cracker
lack, Chuma, f frO per case; per H case.
Jl. 76. Kalted poanuts, tl.liS per ran.
Horseradish, 117 per case.
Kaneaia City Grain aad Prwvtetema.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. J7.-WHF.AT-NO.
S hard. It &v,it.ai; No. 1 red, ll.iW.il.J4.
CORN-No. i mixed, "o'r7!c; No. !
tATS-No. 1 white. .Vf.Vic; No. ! mixed,
N'K v vnnkv Ji r rnrricR-tt.
pints that another vccl had been add1
to thoxe now loaillng coffee lit Hraail.
inKiimnce rates sml stesdy Urasiilan
cahlea. sermrd to creatn rreh buvlng
l ower In the market lor coffee futures at
the opening. K.rat prlcea were un hnne I
to 1 point higher and active months sold
t I Inl points net higher during thti
tarly trading with July touching 7 (c and
lc-rmtcr, i.mc. There was a gocl cleat
of realising at this level, however, par
tlcularly from Wall atreel soues and
2igithe market later eased off to 7.3&0 for
t : jniy ann j.c iorm im . i ne cmee
"Iwbk 4 to 7 points net lower. Sales, SI.VH)
iiags; January. 7.0c: February, 7.l"c;
5 1 Murch, i.-.lc; April, 1.:'c; May. .2c: June,
I. S3:': .luiy. i Ai'gnst. (.; iopiem-
ber. 7.4c; Octolier, 7.ti2c; November, 7.ic;
Slt coffee, steady; Rio TfWSc; Santo
4a, sVc. It wa reported that Knnto 4
were offered In the cost and freight mar
ket for prompt shipment at 8.4.'e, with
quotations ranging from that level down
to about 9.05c for later or Indefinite shli
nient. The offlclsl rabies reported on un
changed market at Santo with an ad
vance of 78 ret at Itlo and of 1-1 M In the
rate of London exchange.
Ot anil Raala.
PAVANNAH. Oa.. Jan. r.-TURPF.N-TINK
No sales; last sale January 81 at
KMirftc; receipts, I1H bbls.; stocks, 12,1
ROSIN Firm: ssles, 8H8 hbls.; receipts.
1,8m bbls.; stock, tvi.P'i hbl. quotations:
A. I). C. D. K. V. IT.S0; (I, H. i.: I,
IW.); K. IC.90; M, !.; N. IS. 75; WO,
; I7.J0; WW. 7,M.
Kvaitorated Apple Dried Frails
NF.Wl YORK, Jsn. I7.-KV A POIt ATKO
APPLK8 Hull; fsncy. S'VUWsc; choice.
7,i'7Sc; prime, t,4ie.
llRIF.P FRUTTS Prune, firm; CsM
fornia. 41lll4c; Oregon. 74r!c. Apri
cot, ateady; choice, 10lc; extra choice,
llWIlc: fancy, I2t?l3l4c. IVache. atendv;
choice, 8Vc; extra choli-e. Mc; fancy, l4n
Kaislna. firm; loose muscatel, 7lafI4c;
choice to fancy seeded, 74ti 7c ; seedless.
lry tloods Market.
NEW TORK. Jsn. 17. DRY OOODeV
Cotton goods were flnn today at ad
vents. Dress goods were active and
knit goods strong. Leading lines of cot
ton blankets were sold up and with-
nrawn from sale for fall.
t HICAGO LIVE) STOCK MARKF.T
faille Dall Hears Stroatt -kheep
CHICAGO. Jan. 27.-CATTIJ5-Recelpt.
6,0i head; market slow; native beef
I steers, 18. 301 (9.75: western steers, S.SOfl
79SI TVS'S.lft: rows and heifers, 3.1o(r.20; calves,
: ii.toi io. fio.
Hot-Receipts, fAOOO head; market
strong: bulk or salea, 7. a(.76: light.
17. low 7.78: mixed. 87.atKFr7.HO: lieavr. 87.SVft
7.W.; rough, I7.VkS-1.60; pigs. t6.liou.7C.
KHE1F.P AND LAMBS Receipts, 8 .Ono
neao; marKet weak; wether, 7.(8.ou;
ewes, tj.lUb7.66; lambs. I8.aui 10.78.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mr. Jsn. I7.-CATTT,R
Receipts, 1,600 head; market steady:
prime fed steers, 88.eiMrg.7b; dressed beef
steers, 84.70418. 28; southern steers, 840u
7.(0; cow. 14 iv?nt.76; heifers, ,0lxj.M;
HOGS Receipts, 1500 head; market
strong to higher; bulk, $7.8hl7.70; heavy,
$7.0'(i7."8; packers and butchers, $7.4ti'ai
7.70; light, $7.2fr7.a0; pigs, $.2,Vtj.7ft.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4.O00
head; market stesdy to higher; lamha,
tioOdffflo.RO; yearling, ts.J5t9.2ft; wether.
I7.li.4ia.00; ewes, f.7o4j7.BO; Blockers, ti.OOvtf
84. Louis Live Stock Market.
ST. LOTHS Mo., Jsn. 27. CATTLE Re.
relnts. 2.MX) hesd: market ala.Ho- ..n,.,
beef steers. 87.uuru.60: vaarllnar aleera inj
hfeiT orS?.' 5S''60!,OOW,,,'?II"JU1 ault b" ll-tater than a week ago
hlfers, H00ib.bO; native calves, . I6.W
HOQH Receipts, 31,000 head: market
steady; pig and light, 88.007.70; mixed
and butchers, $7.4607.78; good heavy, 37.70
BHBEP AND LA M B 8 Receipts, 10
heed; market ateady: yearling wether.
tK.nuti8.au: lambs. 89 OOrfliKI If,: lil
7.60. ' -' "
along City Llvo Stoek Market.
SIOUX CITY. la. Jan. 17. CATTLF3
Receipts, l.txW head; market ateady; na
tive steers. S.4X,rJ-ir,: rows and heifers,
$T..Orvfjj.36; canners, l-1.5ofi4.60; ralvea, It 80
tl !'.(!; bulla, stags, etc., 6.00.0O.
HOQS Rccelpis. 10.000 head; market
jlsdy; hnavy. I8.f4vti1.40; mixed,
7.40; light. 7.1i7.26; bulk of sales, $7.Ki
8HBEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 600
Stoek In llskl.
Receipts of live stock at tha flva prln-
.rat araioni maraets;
Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
.... 17 00 17,0io
.... 1.600 8.600 4.0U0
.... 3.900 tl.O) 0
1.000 sO.ftlO I.OHO
1.800 10.000 600
Total receipts 17.800 108.0)0 22,660
Hold Two Postal
Officials for Theft
CHICAOO. Jsn. V. John T. Lynch, as
sistant superintendent of malls at Chi
cago, was arrested today on a charge of
stealing money from the malls.
For several months money haa disap
peared from letters In transit, according
to General James K. Stuart, chief of post
office Inspectors. Finally a trap was laid
which resulted In the detection of Lynch.
Ho wss dne of the most trusted of tha
department's employes, according to Gen
eral Stuart, and had been tn the service
for fifteen years.
SALT LAKE CITY. Utah. Jan. 27.
E. Prltchard, ssaistant postmaster and
f uperlntendrnt of the financial division of
the Bait Lake City poatofflce. waa ar
rested today charged with the embesxle
intnt of $3,066 April 27. W14.
Are Freed on Bail
CHICAGO, Jan. 24. Irving and Herbert
Updike, recently Indicted for ronsplrscy
to murder their father, mother and sis
ter, were released In bonds of $:c,noo each
today. Furmsn D. Updike, the father,
was surety on the bonds. He hss asked
that the Indictments be quashed, as he
does not rare to prosecute his sons.
Parson's Pay SI, 200
NEW YORK, Jan. 27.-The average pay
of clergymen of the Protestant Episcopal
church in tha United States Is $1,200 a
ysar. according to Bishop William Law
rence of Massachusetts, who announced
tonight at tha annual dinner of tha
Church club hare tha result of a census
of aalajieo paid ministers of his denomi
nation ha this so ua try.
DRAFT BILL PASSES ITS
THIRD READING IN LORDS
LONDON. Jan. 27. Ths military asrvtca
J Kill naaaed It third rearilnar tha Mnn.a
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipt Large and Pricet
Steady Sheep Slow and Lambe
Ten to Fifteen Up.
HOGS ARE FIVE CENTS HIGHER
OMAHA, January C. 114
Relpu were: Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.
. r-"'mats Thursdsy
i.' ",,r ""rs int weeK. T7.oit
J:,rM J1) last week . .!
S'" 5"v ! go 4.M
2"v ! o 1-
,r""',1"T4 week o m.Ml
The fnllnwln i.ku ih. eeeiDts
of cattle, hog and sheep at the Omaha
ilve stock market for the year to date
as compared with lt year:
... Il. liS tne. Dec.
tle U.t 7.fv2 41.114
;7.V1 ri!.V4 H7.0SS
"beep lM..tL0 i MM 21144
1 he following table show the average
Prices of hogs st the Omaha live stock
market for the last tew day, with com
parison: I te.
1!'IS. 'I!l4.l1:ill. H913 .ilJIUiMO.
rk I 1 w I ft 1 VSl
7 TM 8 18
I W I ll
81'1 711 I 04 e it
r) t tl T tM ad
7 8 1 I
8t7 3 14 till tl5
8 07 T 1 I t I t
t 7a 8 18
It' I W
-V m All f
7 8i Wi 7 8
I vl X
I 17 7 8
7 !! 67
7 HI I 891
7 2.(1 8 kli 1
8 Hi I U I"
Mrt 7 hi 8 0
I Mil 7 4A 7 9i
I id 7 WJIW
8 m 7 I
CATTLE Recelpta were large for a
Thursday, 258 cars being rrportud In. This
brings the totsl for in lour dsys this
e up to ,u;4 hesd, only a little over
1.0 hesd smaller than last week s heavy
run ana aimoat ,ouo head larger than lor
tho ame iwriod a year ago.
Die marKet on killeia of all kind
showed very Utile chsuse as compared
with yesterday, being
'." ".V."'1 ,'M"
quoted stesdy. As compared wltn a ws.ik
ago ins market la around l.ifj isc lower.
Htockers snd feeders also sold In about
ths same mitche a vtrdv and lor
that matter about tho asms ss a week
ago there having been little change in
either direction on cattle of that de
scription. Uuotatlona on oatttet Good to choice
beeves. 8s.(.i3.fiO: fair to good beeves,
$7.&tKaa.I0; common to fair beeves. Ih.foj
40; good to choice halfera, .A4iI.0j
good to choice cows, 86.7M.k0; fair
to good, cows, ta.X4ii.il; common
ta Sale .aa li Mvaa 1.1, , .knln.
feeders, .8h4V7.s. fair to good feeders,
M.404.; common to fair feeders, H so
4.40; good te choice stocser. $7.00u7.8i;
fair to good gtocker. t.a6U7.iiO; common
to istr atoekere 16 stock belters,
8.7i1l.7. stock ix-w ti.lmtii.Jk: stock
ealves, tn Botj'l 60; vest .slves. I7.0utj l0;
euiia, stags, etc.. i..iu(i.j
At. rr. et.
471 4 so I ..
TH 4 M 11...
M M 41...
1"" at jl,,,
IM T 88 II...
11J T 11...
. ? 3 18
. I Ml
. TM Ml
. 7 1 l
.t t IS
.UM f U
HTEKRS AND H BITERS.
it A 1U8
Mi I II
I St, i ..
8 M 8..
4 M I..
8 7 I..
4 00 ..
1M7 I tl
UM r, is
imi 3 e
, III 4 at
, IMI I III
4 18 841..
40 8 3,.
318 4 M 1..
471 1 I..
IM 8 a 1..
i lis T a!
, ! I M
Stock EKrt AND FEELERS.
84 8 1
VI l m i pi 8 re
821 3 M 14 1M 41
IT I St 3 410 I 7
47 I 71 I Ml I H)
TM f II II n ID
I ilnn'i a i-..
M IH 84 Ull 7 34
foil off quits a bit
today. Estimates called for 237 oars, or
17.000 head, making tha week'a auoPlv
73.607 bead. This Is 7.600 smaller than
last week, but Is 14,000 larger than two
weeks ago and more than 17,000 heavier
than last year.
As usual, tho market opened out a lit
tle dull, and early rounds were very
quiet Chicago reported a liberal run
with prices showing a weaker tendency,
and as many trains were lata at this
point buyers all took their time getting
started. Shipper buyers finally started
the ball rolling by going after their kind
at steady to strong and In some casa
to highar prices, and as packers really
wanted the hogs trade was soon moving
along with a fair degree of activity at
prices fliat were mostly 6o higher than
Toward the close trsde weakened and
late sales were no better than yesterday s
averago, If as good. There were a good
many lioga still unsold at the time ot
cloalng this report. Hulk landed at $7. at
7.60, with tops at $7-66, tha highest price
paid since laat October.
. 7 i
... t 87
SHEEP Total reoelnta of ahean and
lambs were by far the largest of ths
week, some forty-seven cars, or 10.OU0
need, snowing ud. Thirty cars or awes
wsre, however, going direct to a nearby
irea lot. ana actual oltennas were mod
erate. Supplies for the week to dste foot
tip 27.ZZ1 head, as against 44.214 laat week.
18.407 two weeks ago and 44.101 laat year.
Conditions In the eastern mutton trade
are evidently improving under tha Influ
once or cold weather, for there was I
much firmer undertone to tha lamb trade
this morning. Market opened out a little
slow, but waa stronx from ths outset mid
when offerings finally started to move It
was at prices that were strong to ltxalSc,
and In spots a quarter higher than yes
terday. In other word. Veaterday's
slump waa fully regained. Real good
Mexican brought $10.6, the day's top.
and both Mexicans snd fed westerns of
a good sort reaclisd $1080.
In ths aged sheep divialon supplies
were moderate, and trading alow. , but
that was no indication of wsakness. for
when offerings finally moved, prices
showed fully ss mucn gain ss the lamha,
that Is anyway I0.rl.V Wyoming fed
ewes of a f.tirly good fort that were
pretty empty hroKuiit $7 end one load
of fed westerns sold St $7 15. Today's up
turn laavea Viluo mi all grades fully
stesdy with Tuesdu"
Nothing In the feeder line was offered
Testerdsy seve.-al loid-4 of half fat lambs
were taken o-it for ihtar'ng ami finish
ing at IIO.omMO.il.
Quotations on sheep snd Ifm1: Lambs,
good to choice, lirtIO.M: lambs, fair to
good. ll0.16-tM0.4O; html dipped, 8.7&9
8 40' yearling, good to rhoc. light. I9.O0
ti'. 40; yearling, fair to choice, heavy,
V 0013 76; wether, fair to choice. I7.0ni(r
7 76; ewes, aood to ennice, si.zuej i.eo; ewes,
fslr to choice, tii.lW.2V
No. A. Pr.
127 fed lambs 84 10 26
161 fed ewes 114 7 10
110 fed awes 113 7 10
14 nstlve lambs ....87 10 00
174 Mexican lambs n 78 10 68
2I1 fed lambs t 10 60
K1 fed lambs 73 10 60
210 fed lamha 1 72 10 60
144 fed lambs 71 10 W
NBW YORK. Jan. 17.-METAL8-T.eed.
$6.04. Spelter, not quoted. Copper: Firm;
electrolytic. $,U6 for second qusrtsr de
livery. Iron, steady and unchanged.
Tin: Quiet; apot. $41.76.
At LondonCopper: Spot. 80 16a; fu
tures, N 7s 84; electrolytic, 113. Tin:
Spot, A 177 10 ; futures, lCt Is. Anti
mony. 1 Lead, 33 Is. Spelter. 11.
OMAHA, Jan. 37 Rank clearings for
Omaha today we $4t4.800.Bt. snd for
ths corresponding aay laat ysar, $2,682,
It takes but minute of time to aave
dollars when you read Tha Be Want-Ad
NEW YORK ST0GK MARKET
Continued Heavy Liquidation and
Short Selling Further Im
RAIL SHARES THE HEAVIEST
..NE.w.TORKt Jn- 7 -4'ontlnued hesvv
llouldatlnn snd short selling, the latter
frohahly predominating, added to the
urther Impairment of values todsy.
Wednesdays selling movement wa re
sumed at the nutaet and save for desiil
toty rallies w maintained almost to the
end. He vine was again moat pro
nounced in the railway division, although
numerou other stock of varied descrip
tion suffered In some Instances to a
greater extent. Coppers and Some of the
war group were among the few excep
tion. Decllnea were effected on compar
atively small offering.
The only Important event bearing upon
prices the St. iall dividend which was
Increased from 2 to 2H per cent s'ml-an-nually,
did not materlnllse until the final
hour, when prices hsrdened all around.
Oil snd the motor constituted ele
ment of weaknes. United State Steel
wa heavy moat of the time, but recov
ered later. Total galea of stocks amounted
to 745.OH0 shares.
The only lmportnt railway return for
December waa that of the Southern rail
way, ahowlng a net gain of tvvi.ono.
Bond mnn'feted a vleldlng tendency,
with cnnniderable activity In Anglo
French & at a suhstsntlnl decline from
j their recent msxlmum
Total sales of
bonds. nr value, were 84.OjO.onO.
1'nited States bonds wsrs unchanged on
Number of ale nd lesdlng quotations
on stocks today were as follows:
miea. mm. urm, v.ioa
Am.rl(n beet Sugar.
A marina a tncfNunt lv ,
Amarban S. a It
Am. S. S R. pt1
Am. 8iar Hallnln...
Amarttsa Tal. a Tal..
Amarte Tolreo ...
Balitarln lramiitlv .
lull i mora a Ohio
D irn KaaH Tr....
Calltornta rairtilaui .
II, SOI pw
- I. KM
, l.d l"H
, IM 1
, l.Tim wva
, IS MS
, J.oi tvna
I fill". t w
4 Mrasn, II. Ht.
Chlraan A N. W ...
rhirato. n. i. a r.
riiln Toe par
Colorado Fuel iros....
Panvar A Tt . O. 94
IMatlllara' Herurltla ....
tlraat Nnrthar pM
Oeaat Nit (Ira etra
Inlarbnrmtfk .Va. 0r .,
Kanaaa I'ltr nXisthers....
.Miaaeurl, K. T. M....
bavada appar ...,
Nw York 4rntral
N. V.. N. H. a 11
Nariulk A Waaura
farldo Tal. Tal
Pullman -alo Car
Kar ca. Cusimt.,
Haaahllo lena A gVaal...,
RttMlahak Cwnpsay ....
T C par
Ta tHimpaay ,
t'Rlna PIM ,
plus r-aoltw pf4
4 BH4 tuata suwl
1 . S. Wtaat snl ,
Waatlnghouaa Rlentrl .
4,7o iiav Hl't l.l
T 40 tSi
I me M4 n h,
l.imt ia uu UM
I.XU 14a M n'a
1.w T 7
8e it m
ils !" i
Wahuk B ptd.
Intarutl! Marin (4. tl e 114a
Total aalaa lor is sar. 14. auara.
New York Money Market.
NBW TORK, Jan. 27.-rRIMTS MER
CANTILM PAPEIt-i8Va per cent
BTL'UI IVIl L'VI 'IJ A Kfll LP Ml.
EXCHANU E Blxty-dsy
demand, HKS. cables.
t6ic;a Mexican dollars,
HONDB uovemmenl. steady;, rauroaa.
TIME LOANS Easy; sixty and ninety
days, Vui'4 per cent; six months, 2t
I per cent.
MONEY-Steady; highest. I per
cent; lowest, 14 per cent; ruling rate,
144 per cent; last loan, I per cent; cloning
Ibid. li per cent) offered at 3 per cent.
Closing quotations on bonds today war
g. raf. at, leg..
.. numo. re. .
... K. T. O. dab. ,... Jl iU.
...1IH. T. CHy 4a 107
...11 M. T. gtals W....1UI
...1-OtIM. T.. W. H. A H.
.,.11 (nr. 4 - llau.
a emttoa .,
tj. . 4a. na.
rsia 4a tioa..lilHNo. raelfla 4......, .!'
I Am. soMlter a .,.111' t t a '
A. T. T. a. 4Wa..HlaO. g. U raf. 4 Sis
Armoor A C. It.. 44Paa. T. A T. ions
Atohlans ma. 4.... II Pan. aa. 4tta pat
Hal. A Oh l 4a. IIS 4a m 4taa lulk
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111 with the Munlps'
IaONDON. Jan. I7.-A Reuter dispatch
from Th Hague says Queen Wllhelmlna
haa been compelled to Interrupt her trip
to the flooded region owing to an at
tack of tha mumps.
Loot Off Oresjoa Coast.
SOI'TH FEND Wh. Jsn. 37. The
chooner Repeat, bound from Honolulu to
Port Oamble. was lost off the Oregon
rosst, fifty miles south of the Columbia
river. The steamer Avalon arrived here
tonight bringing Captain McKenxle, mas
tor of the lost vessel, and his crew.
Culled from the Wire.
Counsel for the Rer. Newell Dwlght
Hlllls. pastor of Plymouth church, Brook
lyn, made public an agreement signed by
Dr. Hlllis and lis nspbsw. Percy n. HUH,
in which th latter withdrew the libel
suit against his vncls.
Ths first step In the progresa of the
national prohibition movement In this
rongreaa waa taken when the aenats
judiciary subcommittee decided to recom
mend to the full committee benator b hep
pa rd a federal constitutional amendment.
Mre. Rebecca Pullman. 60 years' old,
said to be the wife of a Chicago buaineaa
man, and her daughter, lira. Gertrude
Resell, 26 years old. were found dead In
a furnished room In New York. Their
skulls had been fractured. A blood-atalned
axe waa found beneath the bed.
Van Lee Hood of San Ptego, Cal., and
his wife, who eloped last week with Ray
mond Dobbs. negro, left Salt Lake City
for San Diego apparently reconcile 1.
Hood said: "So far, in the proving of euch
facts as I am abls to obtain, niy wife la
the victim of a conspiracy to ruin her
life and character."
Plans for the military training eampa at
Plattsburg, N. Y.. and Fort Ogelthorpe.
Oa., next summer wero announoed at
New York by the Department of the East.
According to those in charge arrange
ments already have been made to accom
modate a minimum attendance of 10,000.
Major Oeneral Leonard Wood. It waa
said, tonfldently expects tha number will
bo twice that-
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