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IK: OMAHA, SATTOPAY, FEBRUARY 5, in hi.
FOR RENT-APTS AND FLATS
.MONTH FRKE RK.NT.
' ' COXMB-LN APARTMSNT.
i-roo i end bath apartments, brick,
mod. twit heat; beet neighborhood. $12 60
. and tit. Call tor appointment to eee
D. fX BTTCK, HI OMAHA NAT. TXi. $2.
FOR RENT-BUSINESS PROP'TY
l 4 tore.
vII4, remodel apace, WiGO, for Iodic
hall. M Door of Crounaa block 111 N.
lath St., to suit tenant. CONRAD
TOUNQ. 333 pranrlcn Tlim, imi.
&MAL1, store room, very desirable; rent
$; 1720 Cut St. CONRAD YOUNG.
frt Frandelg Theater. Po"Im 1"71.
FbOrtB ROOMS at lw-UU Farnera St.
Thou. F. Hall. 433 Ramge Bldg. D. 74.
FOR RKN'T Ground floor auditorium In
Omaha, central location, 4.360 square
feet, without posts: balcony, (eating
1.000; two large stores and lobby In
front; low rent on long term to experi
enced and responsible party making"
own improvement: suitable for autoa,
rink, movie or theater. N. P. Dodge &
Co.. So. Wlthnell Hide.. Omaha. Neb.
' MOVING AND STORAGE
qLOBE VAN & STORAGE
'Storea, move, packs, ships; S-horae
van and I men, II 26 per hour; storage.
U per month. Satisfaction guaranteed.
lougla 4383 an 4 Tyler &w.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and mot
mg. 211 N. 11th 8t. Phone
Douglas 184 or Harney 1337.
. Fireproof warehouse
Separate, locked rooms, for household
Kol and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO,
' .Phone Douglas 2S for complere list of
vacant housea and apartments; also for
storage, moving. Wth and Jackson j-ts.
ft Kxprcss Co. Moving,
. j. LirjEiXJ packing and storage.
HOT Farnam Bt. Douglas 6146.
MAGGARD Van & Storage Co'! Moving,
packing, storage and shipping. D. ltiie.
Ittlli ST., CORNER DEWEY
' Choice flats, bring $M monthly; will
more than carry the property at 6 per
cent until 24th tit. doubles In value. If
Interested in something choice you
i-hould see me quick.
C. 0. CAR LB ERG,
.' :' -312 Brando! a Theater Bldg .
PRAIRIE I'AHK-p caan and $
monthly will Imv 7-room. new 3 story,
oak finish first story, fine shad hedge
aim shrubbery; first class In every way.
H, J. ijoanneil, Doug, or Colfajt JfcU
CUMING, near St., 22 or 44. Must
In aol'i l- clrmo eat.nc. ui'lnimel, 613
froRTli lioiu lot. i5lii' and Snerwood
Ave., with old o-ioini brick collage, not
TlCN rooms, four apartments, cheap.
Phoi;e Colfax lu2 after 11 a. m.
Soalh. . . .
I -it;ht' rn.li in,' o-iarge room modern
home, on paod etreei, cement wfclks,
iHige barr., nut ehaue, ceiiient base
ment. Iiiunur). i.w. Hiclr.u lUhts. hot
water lieal. cistern. bulli umi sewer.
One block from street car and puullc
school. Worth 3,ii. Make ue an of
let. Fred Mower. "mr, 4'. b. ltn
J-roonl mouoiu hiieo on ri Ave., near
irtppltton ave.; iot- for qnly
" iNiake aoou voutuna and board-
' ii hous-e. - - -- '
' .Mjmaha Nat. MitiiKJli Jg.J
4lAiN.-u.u r Aiit MUftaui. I'wiilll, new.
slilrtiv nKocni honi-. comer lut. for
' i-'c. Terms If detlrel.
ft.HHKNH. Husha. .ssi. HHiik. loiia. I'l
J,o4 vi'iT.U buy. i-room inodorn house.
IBM South mn St. Kay lerina,'
J O UN V. RUHB 1 N S, 1 SUS 1-A H N AM ST.
il' L'OM.. P .! in. ""J Si"' Pi V
rouitt cottK'. I'oi, .-"outh tin".. i.';i f.
"1 t . So'ith Htir. '
UW.NEft MoVi.Sij 1' i AI.KUil.MA,
Very deairnh!o i ludorn house, with
hall, panor. living loom, duung room,
kitchen, 4 bedroom:-." bath arm sleeping
porch: furnace wiM oil lira tor; large
lot, ill' chtilce lo.--ntlon, with shade,
shrubs nnd fruit; Biitci paicu. 'jner
must aell st once.
, 1 J. H; lit MONT & CO.,
41-g Keeiine' bliig. VJl'gJ'1jJjg-
" A ilK.Nul".h bAKiJAiN.
. - No.' aw: oth Ave, Council Bluffs; i
' loo nig, niuile-n except heat, large barn,
paved at reel and on car line: 2,I0J.
N 111 sell for reasonable payment down,
balance like rent. Thus. D,' JuVrtSarry,
Keollne Bldg . JUd 4 44.
""COTTAUB AT AUCTION
All court house. February SI. See XV. II.
Rt'St'ELL. Ml Brande's Theater.
FtNB 30-acra piece, located west of Ben
ton; ' deep, black virgin aoil; no Im
provements except fencing; Ideal place
for market gardening. Pries, . $5,000;
11,000 cash, balance 11,000 per year. Thia
la worth the money.
D. V. SHOLK8 CO.,
15-16 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 49.
PL'T 10 to lli '
f month of your spare money In
tINNB LU8A loU. REAL ESTATE
U the FOUNDATION of all wealth,
it carl't get away from you, and If
you bur- in a well located new addi
tion you will not only save but MAKE
mon . . ..
. CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
OWN E RS. o
iWe have two lota on the north aide of
I. ncust atreet. west of ISth, each 10x124.
All Improvements in and paid (or. Price,
II. 1W each. Terms.
A. P. TI KET BON.
1507-S W. O. W. Bldg.
Phone Doug. Sf'l.
will bcild to order.
furnish plana free, furnish lot and help
finance. If you sro going to build, see
me or phone D. '."M.
GEO. E. LCNDBl'RG.
61i Paxton Bldg.
' What have you clear to exchange for
pies brick apartment houae, about two
eara old, consisting of 14 apartments?
Oak finish, tile entries and bath rooms;
smoke-consuming heating plant, laun
diiei and ateam driers . Rjilt by day
labor. Income f,4o tier year. Owner
would consider olaar farm land for his
equity. st k of general merchandise,
city property, either vacant or Improved.
Further Information furnished upon ap
plication. . SCOTT & HILL CO.,
Ground Floor. McCagus Bldg.
5oOD eighty acres of irrigatedland in
aoutheaMisrn Wyoming, to exchange for
t or 4-room modern residence In Omaha
or suburb of Omaha; land all fenced
and well located. Want place tor home
and will give fair deal.
. J 6. JACKSON.
M Bee Bldg. Omaha. Neb.
from one to three sections ch6ice land
eastern Colorado, cloar. for busiitesa
property la Omaha, and assume mort
gage or psy cash. Might lake a good
GEORGE G. WALLACE,
Keeiine bldg , Omaha. o
WANTED City residence property to
ekcliange for lend.
D. V. KHOI.KS '0..
M i-16 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 49.
R EAL ESTATE-EXCHANGE
oM AH A and Council ltUifTs"noua.s, toTai
$l2.irt, for land. Frontier county. J. A.
A H HOTT.s Patterson Itlock. Qniahs.
REAL. ETATF.. Fire ejidOeneral Insur-
nee. Art TNatoher. 1717-1 City M-
lion Krnik PMg. Ootiglas
TO E JtCH ANO E Clear lotf bhl. flour and
feed mill, eastern South Lakota. Bog
! Independence, la
A iA-A. farm rloae to Omaha for es
rhsnae. P. C07. Toland A Trumbull,
441 Bee Pldg.
FOR KXCIIANUH-U.v clear land for
Income, town or city. E. W. Runyon,
WANTED Light up-to-date car, for two
well located lots. Colfax 41.
FOR SALE BUSINESS PROP'TY
Leu for 8aU "
"SO Square Feet $30.00.
The Bee Building Co.
frit.flOO vVILfl buy l-atory brick blo-k on
16th St.. with ground IT! feet squsre.
J. B. Robinson. D. S097. 442 Bee.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
All modern. In Benson, at J319 N. 69th
St. Full lot. house about 5 year old.
Mortgage on It of 2.W.nn payable
Jo.i per month: make offer for equity.
You need not fear to make offer low
enough. The owner must sell and you
will net a snap.
H. A. WOLF. M 4 TV a re Wlk . Pong, ft.
II a a d ee.
5014 Burt St.
Six rooms, bath end sleeping porch;
brsnd new; very complete, including
decorating, window shades, et Heat
ing plant with a written guarantee;
large, very artistic flreplHce; exception
ally well planned with good-sized rooms.
Immediate possession. let us show you
this property; It will please you.
230 Omnha Nst'l Pk. Blr'g. Tel. Doug. 4!.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
t.arge lot on Cuming St., nesr Ford
Motor Co New site
F. V. WF.A D.JI 10B 1M h Pt , d Bid .
WANTED To buy on monthly payments,
smsll store room, with living rooms
above, in Central school district. Phone
HAVE buyer for rlose-ln residence, S to
10 rooms - What have you?
R H LANDERYOIT.
Tel. D. 56"i. , Nv I'.e Block.
Real Estota Loans, ftlortaaires.
WE are ready at' all time to
make loans on- first-class city
property and eastern Nebraska
farms. Rates on request..
UNITED STATES. TRUST CO.
- 212 SO. 17th St. v
j Jo lie for loans on Pest class ill v
leMdcnccs 1(1 niiv.unta J.ii0 up; bIh'u
lai-ni loans, Rennonable commissions.
I K I EH.s T R1ST X., 1822 Farna m St
OMAHA iioinea. tMl Neomsiia tarma
O KKEl'lv REAL ESTATE CO..
reil nn,a NHtlona1 Phone Onuelss STI
AIO.NE Y TO i.OAN, "for i years, on im
I't'u.t'u prolMMIies. '
8MOPK.N CO.. . Domr
(jAHVl N liRON !ta om A H A I
ii) '10 Hi'w. made promnlv. i. w 1
.id Jldgistn L.Jrni'Sls. '
.Xni.scV on hand for ity anrt ihi iii"o ns.
!. lJI -J1,1'! T.!li )L N atlonHl Bsnk Bldg.
CI 11 pro'ierty. lrge loanf a specially.
W. II. Tl"naa titate BankJtidg.
Cll X and larm loans A S'. ner cent
. -I. II. Humnnt A t'o is sta'e' l:ank.
(ij. t-'lTY'LoANST C. t'ircsrl'bergriliiv
v't 1? Brandels Theater Bldu'.
.ii'ir.i, nitKis r.v a.- a r t h.
' Omaha. Nat, Bh nk 'hI.Jk.
XVXNTKD to borrow trom private party,
$.1.i0 for one year at per cent; best
security. P 7H. care Bee.
Abstracts at TiU.
(J IT A KANTKE" . Ahstract to. The
XJ Ll hest sbs ract Is tne
rheorest. Room'7. Patter.inn HUlg. D.lBli
t?VT?I li'le iruaVsmtee - aiid Ahtr"Her
. ! -'ot a modern abstract office.
10 f. iiin mi. lei. i). mx.
REED ABSTRACT CO. oldest aUstract
office In Nebraska, '.isi Brandels Thea.
Stocks and Bona. r
HOME BLU.DEHd. Iuc, paying not
on each 11. IS inveatd now in Its J
GUARANTEED - PREFERRED
You share In the SURPLUS PROFITS
also, making a total earning of 11 per
cent to shareholders who invested 4
Ask for our No. B "NEW WAY"
booklet. It tells nil about it.
AMERICAN SECURITY CO.. Fla. Agta.
8. W. Cor. 17th and Douglas, Omaha.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
'NO MORE 8NO WTLAO R I P P K"AN D
RHEUMATISM FOR ME."
"No more snow, lagrippe and rheu
matism for me," is the way one of our
Florida customers writea. Inatead of
shoveling ooal into the stove or fur
nace and feed to the live stock, the
Florida farmer is planting and harveat
lng crops that will yield returns un
hoped for by the northern farmer.
The largest cattle and hog farm in
the Lnlted Htates hss Just been estab
lished In our vicinity, 26,ono acre Is
being fenced Into fields and pastures
with S2-lnch hog-tight a-1 re, and 6.O11O
aires will be put Into cultivation thia
year, l.ttO acres into Natal grass, the
grass that transformed Souih Africa
into the greatest cattle country in the
Our lands are equally adapted to
trucking, small farming, large farming
and slock raising.
Write st once for full particulars.
BENSON & CARM1CHAEL,
, 43 Paxton Block,
2 80-ACRE Farm for kentT-
Southern Minnesota, well mproved,
tiled, smooth: $3.iu per acre, or ahara
rent. Ben Cone. Wisdom. Minn
Minnesota La a as.
160-ACHB improved larm, 3u miles from
Minneapolis; 100 acres under cultivation
balance meadow and pasture; good soil:
10-room house, barn and all other build
ings that are needed; school house on
land; price, () per acre; one-half rash:
or will sell farm wltn full equipment of
horses, rattle, machinery, etc. Will
make very rvaaonsble price on personal
property. Immediate possession can b
t. 8,,n"m'b Mroa.. loj Plymouth
Building Minneapolis Minn.
Mlsaaarl La ads.
BETTER live on your own little farm in
Dent Co., Mo., than be a rentur. Call or
write for hooklet. W. 8. Frank, Nevflie
In a pecan orchard Is the best you can
make In dirt. Paya interest at once
and they tan bo bought on easy terms'
W. T. HMI'ill CO.
Douglas 2M. City National Bank Bldg
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
1KKICATED l.w ACRES.
Improved farm, near tlershey. on the
l iilon Faiifh-. K acres In alfalfa,
acrea In a heat, W acrea in corn, 14
acres in hsy meadow, U acres
in hog pasture, and ths balance
In pasture with running water, a-rooni
house new barn, granary, corn crib
and chicken house. Tatd-up water right.
Rented. Can be bought under $UM an
acre and la a bsriiain.
FAYNB INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Omaha Nat. Bank Bhlg , Omaha.
aril my well-Improved farm of
lo acrea at public auction Friday, Feb.
18. 1-and located s miles west of Hel
graile. Neb., In Nance county, southeast
quarter section 3, township IT, range .
Incumbrance. 3,nv, which can be as
sumed. Terms, 1 1,1! down on day of
piiichsse, balance to be paid March 1.
ltfio. Five tranwrtatlon and all ex
pauses to purchaser. Send sealed blts
to K. J. Hoy, Fullerton, Neb.. W. H.
ifti ACRES, best Cheyenne county wheat
land; worth of ImproTamenta; w
acres now in fall wheat, TO acrea ready
for aprlng plowing; U bushels per acre
IMS. Trice. K.tmu. 1,K cash, M.6"0
per pent, & years. Write Nugent de
Longpre , IKlge I'ole. Neb.
A14rTHK TIME YOU WANT
Owner of 140 ai res In Cedar county, 40
mliee from tlou City; will make veiy
liberal terms to first-class farmer who
can make a reasonsbla cash payment;
farm has about Ino acres in crop. Is well
improved and close to town. Files, 1100
sn acre. Whet's the use of renting?
FA YN K INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Omaha Nat I HanK Hide.. Omaha
IrtO ACRES, suitable for alfalfa, "grain.
j spuds or beets: hees psy $MI to ISO per
are. Other lend likt this held at
Am tiot a farmer. Prlre, f 4." ; trrma.
Box in. Cliimney Rock, Neb.
SPLENDID RANCH PROPERTY.
1.040 acres; northwest Neb.; 400 acrea
cutivated: ftl acres slfnlfa: fine Im
provements; bniKsin price. O. S. Relyea,
aiti Ramge Blilg.. Omaha. Neb.
120 ACRES, with K.ftib worth of Improve
ments. In Douglas county, 2i miles
from Omaha, at l-.r an acre. M 710. He
LP PER" "V J set i N S I . Best dairy an il
general crop state in the tin Ion; settlers
wanted: landa for sale at low prices on
easy terms. Ask for booklet 34 on Wis
consin Central Isnd Orsnt. Excellent
lands for slock raising. If Interested In
fruit lnnila nxk for booklet on apple
orchards. Address Land and Industrial
Dept., f'oo Line Railway, Minneapolis,
I FOR piAl.EVM acres, 4' milea from
Cheyenne, good well, good aoil, school
' on land: for prices and terms, writ
owner. T. B. Calll.ion, 400 E. IStli, Chey
! rnno. Wyo.e
HAVE YOi: A FARM FOR 8AI.K?
Write a good description of your land
and send it to the Sioux City tla.l Jour
nal, "Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-fle words every Fri
day evening. Saturday .morning and
every Saturday evening and Sunday for
one month, giving sixteen ads on twelve
different days for V; or .V) nordx, J4, or
76 words, $!.
largest circulation of any low a news
paper; ZoO.UUO renders dully In four great
Full any and all Kinds ol acreane located,
on or near car line, call C. R. Combs,
Mi UiHIideis Theater l'.UIg. I o;ir.
i .f RNLLANDrF0? BENT
;120-A.. liioa., Scu-a. Iowa latmiT; ail Im
proved. Write for particulars, Camp
I hell i Craig. .":!2 Keeiine Bldg.
AS I have ji;ai moveu rum the country,
wil sell well-matched team of chunky
I built horses, N and years old; almost
I new set of harness, 11 ii; also five other
j farm hojrses Bnlmniea. 2.V4 Pt. Mary s.
Ihirty-two milk wagons lor sale, cheap.
1 Johnson-Danfoitli Co., 13th and (,'lark.
' H A Y s.ti ton. A. vi . "gnerii(iFN.'"li7
i PQULIRY ANpjPEj STOCK
olRD DoO.H for sa.e; 3 hi okeii "dogs "rjlid
! -i young females. Must aell, koiii to
leave me si ale. Xi . J. Ubvcr, Iteo
neiu-hts, H. !.
NINETY pair of Homer piteous fr
tale, pi b e fdi. Ioni Anepach, c'udniiM,
I . J.i 1 1 llJi.iA8 1.0 .iii; .i .l.i,r,
-a ed nnd b:inded. Phone Benson "B4-XX-.
Axil grain. lOolha". $f.Ti XVaguer7stiN7ia
3 1!14 Ford touring cars
1 11113 Ford rondster.
1 114 Ford roadster.
1 1911 Hupp 20 roadster.
1 Chalmers M I'jadftcr.
1 lHU Maxwell. Li truck.
1 IHlb Maxwell.
C. XV. FRANCIS AUTO CO.
221tFnriiam. Douglss K3.
lTbi . Lo"."ifi tuiii'iNg, u-f.iiui'r'.'..'7..j"i
IVIO J'l.lllV V. ICUllIig
(lMl.i Huick rondstei'
4 lit 1 i Krit touring
5 1I4 Kurd touring
WIS Btiidetaker 6 touring
AutoClesrina House. i309 Farnani.
.... 4 0
1.000-L.B. truck i2S. Nebraska Buiu.
oervica station, ism f arnara
Phone Pouglaa 7TI.
Aata Clvery aaa Oaraaea.
Industrial GaiKKe .. 2.) TlarneyS'tsT
Ali ttnairtnai aa"q linimii.
Automobile painting 00110 by evptir iV u
years experience in Omaha; woig guar
anteed let class. Johnson-Danfprth Co.
DUPLEX Hies last longer, are Vlfunier
and more durai.le. .UxS1-, Wi, 7.14
Farnam S'.. Douglas 4i7.
lew aid iui .j;ii'..lg as can I reiiHir
'ol's renaiied Bavedorfer. 210 N. pub,
t ree winter sloi age wnen ciTrsare7iMiiil-'
ed end repaired, Johnwon Dsntoi Hi ( .
Oinana watiiator Kep. Co., .u0i Kir i7Tol
Aata Tliti nnd lviiilNl
A THREW or tour-line ad" In t'i Tr I
Sale. Miscellaneous column of tIi "is
BEE will sell your old furniture n5
household foods. n.',,ul anJ
ALTO T1RE9 HAIjr-pHICE"
Homer 11111, Wll Chicago St.
Bargain In used machines. Victor Roos
"The Motorcycle Man." 2703 Leavenworth'
NOTICE OF KTOCK HOLLjERS'
Notice Is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the HtockhnUera of the
SOUTH PLATTE LAND COMPANY will
be held at the offloa of said Company
Room 701 Flrat National Bank building
Lincoln. Nebraska, at 11 o'clock a. 111 u,'t
tha first day of March A. D., 191.
Lincoln. Nebrsska. February lot. 1914.
C H. MORRILL, President
W. W. TURNER. Becreury.
llll aad Haala.
SAVANNAH, Oa . Feb. 4 -TURPEN-TINE
Quiet at u&c: reeelpta, lul bbla.;
shipments. 1'4 bbls. ; stock. 12.413 bbls.
RO8IN 8tead ; ssles. .132 bbls., re
ceipts. 72 bbls.; shipments, 213 bbls.;
slock, :. 15 Llils. Quote: A. B. C. 1 1 and
E. Ii.2i6.2.'.:. F. and H. ti.Xf.; K. $X.S.Va
5 H": M. (i..in.a0; N, $. .i; XX O.
15 70; WW, (.'..W.
Evaporated Apples aad Dried I'rells
NEW YORK. Feb. 4. F. VAPOR A TED
APPLES Market nulet and easv. Fan v
S'iO to c; choice, 64c to ',',; ;nine.
DRIED Fruits Prunes, quiet; apri
cots, easy: choice, lO'n lo'c: evns choice,
10Si11e: fancy. riri:"e. Pegehes, quiet:
1 1 a sitis, easy.
NEW YORK. Feb. 4. COTTON fpot,
quiet; middling uplsnds )2'c, no sales.
'I lie colloli mai l'et closed steady. Hi a
net loss of six lu eleven points for the
du : .
, GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
I Receipt! Are HeTy, with Demand
Fair, and Cath Wheat Advances
CORN DROPS HALF TO A CENT
OMAHA. FXsbruary 4. 11.
The receipts In the local market were
very heavy today and there was a fslr
demand for everything on the list. Cash
wheat was strong and advanced a cent
The rash demand for wheat was much
better than for corn and oata and most
of the samples were quirgly sold on the
The demand for corn waa fair, hut
the market waa weak and ranged from
Oata were also bearish and ruled from
Rve and barley reeelpta were unimpor
tant and both of theae markets remained
Clearances were: Wheat and flour
equal to I,77.0ii0 bu.; corn, (,000 bu.; oata,
Liverpool closed with wheat 1WH1
higher and corn unchsnged to Sd lower.
Prlmsrv wheat receipts were 1.011.000
Yu. and shipments stvloo bu., against re
ceipts of 730.000 bu. and shipments of
awoiO bu. last year.
i nmary corn recatpta were t,imi nu,
and shipments 5K3.0HO bu.. against re
ceipts of l.ato.OPO bu. and shipments of
sn.nnn bu. last year.
Primary oata receipts war TlO.Ono bu.
and htnmenta XlWVlttlO bu.. assinst re
ceipts of TM.OOO bu. and shipments of
4l.ooo bu. last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago I 1 143
Omaha ! 114 21
Ksnsss city !....17 '
St. lotils B Ss f7
These sales were reported today:
Wheat No. I hard winter: 1 car, 11. X.
No. a hard winter; 1 car. gl.M; 1 cars.
(1.24; I car. $1.21x4: 1 car. $l.H; "X4 csrs.
11. n. 1 cars. $1 22H; K ears, HE; 1 cars,
li.il; S cars, 11. . No. 4 hard winter:
IS csrs. 11. IS, XS cars, $1.17; I cars. $1.1H;
3 cars. ll.lh; g cars. 11. 1A; H
ears. It. IS; 1 ear. (1.14; ears, $1.1.1;
Hsinpte hard winter: 1 car. $1.06; 1 car,
(l.irj; a ears. $1.00; 1 car, lc: 13 rare. K0c.
No. S durum: 1 car, $1.1. No, 1 mixed;
I car. 11. . No. 4 mixed: 1 car, (l.li;
1 car. 11.14X4: X car. 11.13; 1 car. 11.1H4j.
Ssmtile mixed durum: 1 car, $l.0R.
Itye-.To. 2: 2 cars. Mc.
Barley No. 4: 1 car p.
Corn No. I white: 1 ear, 70e. No. 4
white: 1 ear, Wc; 4 cars, Rc. No.
white: 1 car. lc. No. 4 yellow: 1 car,
'c: I car. fi!o. No. 5 yellow: I car.
iUc; 1 car, HHc. No. g vellow: 2 cars,
fi?c: 4 csrs, 2c: 1 car. 0c; I oar, We; t
cars, RXVc. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, c: 1
car, Wv. No. t mixed: cars, fi4c; 1
car, M'ic. No. mixed: 1 car, ?c; 2
cars, file; 1 rar. tmtc; 3 cars, line: 4 cars,
Hsmple. white: 1 csr. nfte. Bample,
yellow: 1 car. Wc: 1 car, otk-; tears. 54c; 1
car, ivlc; 1 csr, WV. Ssmple, mixed: 1 car,
Wc: 1 car, 6c: 4 cara, 67c: 2 cars, 66c; I
Outs-No. .1 white: 1 csr, 47'c: ( cars,
47c No. 4 white: 2 cars. 4fc. ftsmple:
1 ear. 4fc; 4 ears. -44c: 1 car, 4?c.
Omaha Cash Prices-Wheat: No. I herd.
$l.!"4al.i: No. 3 hard. $I.IWill.: No. 4
bartl. (I.ISHl.K; No. i spring. (1.241.!;
No. 1 spring. $!.mri.:t: No. J durum. $1 IS
ii.U. No. S durum. (i.Ufll.M: samnle, fn
i$l.0.. Corn: No. J white, W'VuVOc: No.
4 white, fiTXturaxvc; No. ." white, g.'i'd'iic;
Vo. white, 6'.Hffi1e: No 3 vellow. 7lt)7:V;
No. 4 yellow, ftofiTQ': No. fi vellow, sfr
iUe: No. yellow. 6.g'Je: No. 3 mixed.
ti"i("4c; No. 4 mixed, 6vtg'e; No. & mixed,
i"lfnl4c; No. 6 mixed. uStf2": samn'e 4ii
wue. ons: No. I white, 47i94'4e:
standard. 47HH-47Sc: No. ft white, 4.u4i'c;
No. 4 white. 4Tfr4 Bsrlev: Malting.
ffi72c: No. 1 feed. Citi'6tc. Rye: No. 1,
!!.: No. 3. .,rf.
Chicago closing prreea, furnished The
Beo by Ixigan tk Bryan, stock and train
nroners, is poiitn ihtn pt., timaha
Art del Gpen. Illrh l Low. I CloaeTTsTT
May.l 1 34T4W 1 3.1'i 1 34 1 S3
I 1 iUWl 1 36
Julyll ::r:i 2iia 1 24 1 25X 1 24i
J 2.-,4 1 26X
lay'7'fi7i! TX 7M7'fi4 7'V
JiilyJ7Vj''.l 79X1 7 73-VI 73
Cats. I I i I I
Msvl.-.lfroO'V 61', oO'ifj, 60VaT MVifi,
.luly47HI 47s 47H' 47X41 474
ork. I I
Mavl ?0 60 f 20 Kfi
.Inlvl :0 60 20 60
Lard. I I
Mayl 10 12'wf 10 221,
tfilO 20 I I
July! 10 fcVBI 10 37X4
I 10 37 'w I
Ribs. I I
10 J2Vij 10 17Xi
10 sw 10 S3
10 ?7X4l 11 02U
Mayl n re1.. 11 06
I I i11 OX
Julvl 11 IS I 11 17X41 11 12X41 11 IS
I 11 17m I ' I
Chicago t;ni AMD PROVISION
Featnres of 4he Tradlnc and ('loslngt
Prteea oa Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Feb. 4. Notwithstanding a
tempoiarv break which resulted from
word Hint Ocrmany would not admit any
lllegg'ity In the sinking of the l.usilania,
the wheat market today scored a aul
s nntisl sdvsnce. chiefly because of un
rxrrc'ediy higher cable quotations an I
owing to Increased apprehension of dim
ste to the domestic winter crop. Ptl'cs
closed steady at a net gain of 1 cent,
wltn May (1.34 and July $1.26,4. Other
leading stsples. too. all showed an up
turn corn to HtfXic; oats, ' to
and provisions, ( to 10 cents.
Chances of a severance of relations be
tween I he United Slates and Germany
were responsible for a transient decline
of IS cents a bushel In the value of
wheat. Previous gains, how-ever. were
not entirely wiped out, and within an
hour the market had rallied In a vigor
ous manner. . Advices telling of fslr e
port salra at the seaboard, tended to help
the bulla. The total of thia European
business waa estlma'ed at 750.000 bushels,
Including a considerable amount of flour
taken bv.the government of Holland.
Much stress was Isid on Liverpool ad
vices that .-supplies continued to be of In
sufficient volume to meat requirements.
Areaa of threatened danger to the do
mestic cron of winter wheal seemed to
have broadened todav to a notable ex
tent. The gone ssid to be perhaps Im
perilled by rnld weather snd insufficient
snow protection now appeara to Include a
large p"rl of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and
lorn snd oats were hulllshly affected
by the wheat strength. Car shortage re
ports were numerous, but cash handlers
generally look for larger receipts here.
Higher prices on hogs gave firmness to
provisions. One of the fea"re tH
market was the purchase of 100.000.OuO
tubs of May lard. The traiMaCtl.in was
said to be to. cover recent speculative
short sale. '
Chicago Cash Prlres Wheal : No. 2 red
nominal; No. 3 red, (1.3(fi 1.33- No '
hard nominal: No. 1 hard. (1.81. Corn:
No. 3 yellow. 7"c: No. 4 yellow. 74Xitr7oX4j.
f'.'lt,L No- 8 while. 4X4l4!i'e; atandard.
6?c. Rye: Nominal: No. 3 ti on Brlv:
7v&ie Heeds: Timothy, (o &d!.0O- plover,
(in.o4Tl3 so. provisions: Pork, nominal:
lard. $!.K7X; r'bs. (lii.2bifJ10.S7X4.
EOG Higher: receiota. 1 MIX cases
firsts, 29 Wc; ordinary firsts. 3s23X4e; at
mark, cases Included. 24tf29c
POTATOF8 Higher: recainta. 14 csrs;
Michigan Wlaeonsln, Mlnneaata and Da
kota white. oir7c; Minnesota and Da
kota Ohlns 3MfV.
POULTRY Alive, unsettled; fowls,
l'4c; springs, 17c.
Mlnaeanalls Oral a Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 4.-WHRAT-May,
$1 32; July, $1 tBVffl.JJAi. Caeh No. 1
hard. $1.; No 1 northern. (1.331 M; No.
3 northern, $1 294pl .31.
RYB-Mi ftfl (si
CORN-No. $ yellow T7flT3e.
, OAT8 No. I wnlfo. 4TX4Ji47c.
FLAX 8EED (2 aaJl.K
Kaaaaa City Oral a aad Prevlslaae.
KANSA8 CITY. Feb. (.-WHEAT-No.
f hard. (1.24131; No. 3 red. (l (Myl.aS.
May. $1 24. ml. 24Xi; July, lt.lti(fl.l.
CORN No. 1 mixed. 71c; No. 2 white,
731t73X4c: No. $ yellow, 71c; May. 74Xc;
July, 75. x,c.
OATS No. J whits. SUftOr; So. J
SI. I.eele Crala Market.
HT IIUIS. Feb. 4-WrlFAT-No 2
red. $1 W: No. 3 herd. (1. ''.,; .Xfiv, (1 3114
fil. 29',: July, (1.22S4J1.22X,.
CORN No. 1, '7iXc; No. 2 white, noml
nsl: May. Tic; July. 77Xttr77Sc.
OATI4 No. 2. V; No. 2 while, nominal.
OMAHA UYBJTOCK MARKET
Cattle Aetire Seller at Stronjer
Prioei Sheep Slow at Thun
HOGS ABOUT TEN CENTS HIGHER
OMAHA. February 4. 1M-
OaaIm.- . -i- 11a. fSbesO.
Offlclsl Monllii ! ITS W.W
Five day this week..17
same daya last weait.2eA'3
Same days 1 waa. ago St.7
Same day 3 wks. ago Ift.aM
8me daya 4 wks. ago.W.:
Bsme davs lut vr 11SM
ins following tshie snows tne wi
of eattla. hogs and aheep at tha Omha
Uva Stock market for tha year to date
aa compared with laat year: .
. 1n. 1i(, Inc.
Ha I3,gj4 1(,0I
' 47r..tXXl 21H.i:4 ). ..
Sheep 143.000 871.WG s,a,
Tha following table shows tne average
prices of hogs at the Omaha live stock
tnarket for tha last few day, with com
ilatoTI lion. ii4. !l13.
. iiiTl-.7.rT-: X I X 1 I
T H1! f T
Reeelpta and disposition f live stock
at the Union Stock yards for twenty
four hours ending at ('p m. yesterday)
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
C . Ml 81. P
O. ft N. XX eaat...
.. 1 1
..7 ; 17
C N. W.. west.
C St. P.. M. O 17
C, B. Q., east 4 6$
C. H. Q . west 14 n6 10
C.. II. I. p.. esst 2 II
!f . R. I. ft P . west 1
1 1 1 1 1 lMr .lllsa ..(( $ a
Chicago O. XV $
Total receipts l 19 41
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris ft Co 273 l.h?2 4i0
Swift and Company .... '2 8.6M 4HS
Cndshv Packing Co.... 271 S'7 2.340
Aimour ft Co 43 1.7H6, J,9;
Schwartg ft Co SV
J. XV. Murphy l.IW
Lincoln Packing Co. .. 10
XV. M. Vanaant Co 1
J. R. Root ft Co 17
J. H. Bulla I
F. O. Kellogg 14
XVerthelmer ft Iegen.. r.3 ... ...
Sullivan Bros 23 ... ...
Mo. ft Kan. Calf I'n . X
j Hlaslns 7
Huffman 10 ... ...
'John Harvey 24 .,, ...
I Kline 2
j Jensen Lungren .... 33
j Other buyers 14H ... 2.036
I Totala 1.74a 11,1241 (J?
I CATTLE There was a fair run of cat
tle for a Fl'ldsv. but the total for the
week, 23.217 hesd. Is the smallest of any
recent week, although over 11,000 head
larger than a ear ago.
There ass a good demand this morning
for all kinds of stock and the market
was sufficiently active to effect a reaeon
cbly early clearance, lleef ateera. cows
and heifers were strong as compered wllh
yesterdsy. or Jftc hlghee than a week ago.
Ktocsers and feeders are fully steady as
compared with yesterday and strong as
compared with a week ago.
Quotations on rattle: Oood to choice
beeves. $;.7r,fJt.;0; fair to good beeves,
!..26u7.7(; common to fair beeves, IS.26'9
7.2 j; good to choice heifers, di.2fati.7;
good to choirs eowa, $&0042.S0; fair to
good cowa, $.X.26'i 00; common to fair
rows. H.UVoS.Jo. good to choice feeders,
lii.8.'.ff7.i; fair to good feeders. $.40tfi.S0;
common to fair feeders, $j.&nti.40; good
to choice Blockers, $7,OOQ7.i; fair to good
atookrra. $6 ijJ.OO; common to fair slock-,
ers, $6.6CJ.$f; stock heifers, (i.7t.4.76
stork cows. (4.7t(ti.2&: stncg ralvaa, (ft.60
7.0; veal calves, $7.ta3.60; bulls, stajs,
!eic . 1111311. .-a.
I BEEF STEERS.
No. A. Tr. No. A. fr.
1 4 Q (IS I It 1 00
.10 1 1 It 10 t 10
t 1t t hU It Ml til
It IHM T 7 IT 1 1 W
1 aa 7 ti 1; uti t H
IB ?4 4 4 I W0 I It
H V, I M 1 oh i 4'i
I 1 IfO 6 fo I S tk
I !lu n in lf I Tt
I HAS I ST, T I.'jn I fr
11 list in it i?i iv
l loin I U 3 lwo t M
i 14U t M
1 tt 1 ts 4 n i t
I M IM 7 Isi t II
V t 10 f Iiw t no
1 1 ts 1 umi t ;
1 r.t 1 oo 1 no 1 u
t IS t II I ll I 10
1 u i o 1 i.wi 1 ;t.
I ists so 1 ttn t 10
1 imo s u
STOCKKRS AND FEEDERS.
4 KIT t 00 M 4l I TI
I tf.1 t M II 117 I to
T 474 T M tt 7 Of
3 M T
HOOK Receipts of hogs were the small
est since Monday, but at that were of
fair volume, some 197 cara, or 14.200 head,
putting In an appearance. 80 far thia
week auppllea have been hl.iM head, being
l.UM larger than laat week and 33.UUQ heav
ier than a year ago, but U.OOu smaller
than the banner run two weeks ago.
on early rounds tha market waa en
tirely a ahlppera' affair, heavy hogs, as
aell ss best lights, being bougnt at fig
ures that were largely a dime higher than
Packcra were a lltt'e Inclined to hang
back, apparently afraid of a runawsy
market, and trey put nut very few blda
before the middle of the forenoon. The
feeling, however, was strong, and first
bids, which were no more than 6c higher,
were promptly refused Once the packers
made a start It did not tske then long to
get down to business, und when the bulk
of the offerings began to move It wss at
I 1 Ices that were In most caaes a dime
higher than yesterday's average. Move
ment when once undo:- way became fairly
active, snd a pretty tit cent clearance of
the early arrivals waa effected by 10
o'clock, although there were still some
common llghta scattered around, while
one train waa still out.
Bulk of the ssles was made at $7. 6oi
7.79. and tope sold to ('.. all Quotations
being lOu higher than Thursday's. Today's
advance mre than r covered the decline
registered earlier In lbs week, and cur
rent valuea are atrnng to aa much aa 60
higher than last Haiurrtsy, or no more
than 6010c below Monday, which was ths
high point of the year to deta. In fact
today a top of $7.fi0 eouals the higheai
trie paid ao far this year.
Representative aalea: ,
No. At. gb. FY No Av Sk. r.
2 ltl ... Ill M 110 at 7 at
7t lit 130 T H 7 Ill ... 1 u
h aa ... is 11 in t 7
ti 11 Ft 7 u ti ta . . 7 u
M UM OO. TltXo 71 ttl ... f 00
M HI ... 1 SO 14 lit ... Tat
so tie ... 111 :t 1 ... t a
et r ... 1 70 it nt ... Tie
l AS ... 7 1X4 ! 1 ... f 7tu
(4 s4 ..17 41 MS ... f TI
M n to 1 to t mi ... 7 M
IT ... 7 IS si...
SHEEP-A big Friday
m ... 1 is
run was re
reived, arrivals amounting to about forty
eight cara. or 11.600 head, and all but
three loads, which were billed through,
were on sale. Total for the five days Is
47.1(4 head, being U.OuO head larger than
laat week, but l4 head smaller than
two weeks ago. and 13.6aA head short of
the corresponding days last yesr. Supply
for the year to date shows s falling off
of 33.M head aa compared with the aame
period of 116.
With llhsrsl receipts, following on tha
heela of yesterday's good run, and Chi
cago reporting a weaker trade. It looked
as though the stage was set for a prtoe
slump, and the early rounds were feat
ureless, packers playing a waiting game
In the face of such a discouraging out
look, however, sellers refused to sc.
cept anything short of steady prirea and.
while the forenoon wss well advsnoed
before anything waa done, flrat lamb
sales when finally made looked steady
or very nesrly so. Mexicans selling ss
hivh as I Ki. No, eslerday s top.
XVhile two packers were not doing s
thing early prices were pretty well gus-
:s a vi
i is r v.xi 1 r
m 7 it U mi j $
:3 laws S3
I 07 t $31 Ml . W
I 16 7 30 I Oil 7
3 17 7 42 7 40U
tained until practlnajly all the good
lainhg were cleaned up. Iesa desirable
kinds were, however, neglected by pack
ers, and while a few loada were picked
up hr outside buyers who wanted aome
tnlng for shearing and finishing, a num
ber of losds were still In first hands at
midday. Oood klnda sold steady to pos
sibly a little easier, bulk moving at (10.00
Ewes were In very fair supply as com
pared with recent days, but early sales
were steady with Thuradey, In new of
the slump In mutton prloea on yester
day'a fin'sh. current Prices look: 10V
to pcaslhlv a quarter below Wednesday.
It took a real good kind of ewea to bring
17 16 this morning and several bunches
of a fairly good sort landed at $7.inr7.1a.
A small assortment of feeding and
shearing lambs were . Included In the
day's supply. One bunch of 6-pounder
that were In pretty good flesh want at
110 30 snd others took fin la. In view of the
wav packers were laying down on tha
commoner grades It appeared as though
feeder buyera would get a chance at
several loads of unfinished stuff before
the day wss out, .... .
Quotations on sheep and lamba: Lambs,
good to choice. $lO.SntMO6; lamtvs. fair
to good, $103Mf10.l0: lamba. clipped, $T
ft 40; yearling, good to ehoioa light,
4ooeiii4n; yearlings, fair to eholee, heavy,
HfHVJJK.71; wethers, fslr to eholre, $7.onifJ
7 40; ewes, good to eholee, $7 .1047.36: ewea,
fair to good $a.3n4T7 .
No. Av. Pt.
623 fed lambs 73 10.7$
617 fed lamba 74 10 K6
149 fed lambs 76 10 70
lio fed ewes 110 T
W7 feeder lambs &$ $0
CHICAGO I.1VK STOCK MARKET.
Cattla Slow, Hogi gtraag. Sheep
CHICAGO. Feb. 4 CATTLTS Receipts,
10,000 head; market slow; native beet
ateera. $.40r SO; western steers, $g t
3 26; cowa snd heifers, $$.$0(7V36; calves,
HOG8 Receipts. 34,000 head: market
strong, 10c higher: bulk of sales. $7.76i7
7 : light, r.MXtfg.OO; mled. $7 0itT3.fl6;
heavy. (7.fl06, rough, (7.JO7.70. pigs.
SHEEP AND I.AMIBS Receipts. 11.000
head; market unsettled; wethers, $7.0na
3.15; ewes, $&.40tf7..X; lambs, $3.60)ul.2.
t. Laals Live Stack Market.
EAST ST. IM"TS. Feb. 4. CATTLB-
Recelpts, l.ion heed: market, higher: na
tive beef steers. (7 MVtf.60; yearling electa
and heifers. (A SOBH .ti; cow;a (6JWf7.0O;
etockers and feeders, (60rf7.3; Texas
and Indian steers, (V2.'j3.W; rows snd
heifers, 4.0ftrHi.60, native calves, W.otb
HOOS Receipts, 1.000 head: market,
hlsher; plga and Ughta, $.0njl.00; mixed
and butchers, (7.7iillO; good heavy,
SHEEP AND IJXMBfl-necelpta. 7M
head: market, atrong; yearling wethers,
M flMf5.fiO; lambs, $!.00T11.10; ewes, (B IS
Kaaaaa t Ity I.Ira Stoek Market.
K4.NSA8 CITY, Feb. 4 CATTLE-Receipts
eon head: market, stesdy: prims
fed steers. $K.3nifi1l.l6: dressed beef steers,
(7 OOTta.40: western steers, (a.SotrJg.lO; etock
ers and feeders, w 00417.86: bulls, (o.00($
ti.tn: ealvea, (AM"O10SO.
Hogs Receipts, S.4O0 hesd: maraet
higher; bulk of sales. $7 sjKirl.W: heavy.
$7.MHi7.K: packera and butchers $7.7H
7.!XX: light, $7.6oi7.30; pigs, $A.0iv,rf 00,
SHEEP AND LAM RH Receipts, $.600
head; msrket, atrong; closed weak; lamba,
llo.2MrlO.H5; vearllnas. (.7i3a.60; wethers,
$7..'3.26; ewes, $7.O0r7.7ri.
Sloas City Live Stark Market.
SIOUX CITY, Feb. 4. CATTLB Re
eelpta, l.Oon head: market stesdy. native
steers. $.267.6; butchers. V..flmH.10:.
eowa and heifers, $4.76ff.00: storkers and
feeders, $a.6MH.0O; bulla, ataga, atQ., $6.00
HOOSRecelpts, .11.000 head: market 6ff
10e higher: hesvy, r.m07.7; mixed, $7.60
r 7 an; llgrnt. $7.16r7.e0; bulk of sales, $7.16
HHBEP AND IAMnflRecelpts, 4W
head; market steady: lambs, $10.30.
St. Joseph l.tve Stack Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Feb. 4. CATTLK
Receipts. 600 head: market steady:
steers. $T.ftre!fe 26: cows and heifers, $4.2b!fj
$.76: ralves. 7,oftiftl0.00
H OOS Receipt a, 7 003 hesd: market
higher: top, $736; bulk. r.6W7.0.
RHEKP AND LAM Ret-Receipts. 3.000
head: market ateady; lambs, (IO.l64TtO.7i.
Stark la Sight.
Cattle, Hoes. Sheen.
Blong City ..
1.600 14.JI10 H.60O
14.700 69,800 . 33,300
.NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
j qaatatloas of- tha Day aa Varteas
NEXV YORK. Feb. 4-FIlTR-Wteady.
1 WHFAT Spot strong. No. 1 durum.
$1.47: No. 1 northern Duluth. $1.64; No. 1
northern Manitoba, ll.f1, f, o. b. New
York. Futures steady today. May $1.42,
CORN ppot steady; No. 2 yellow. 37x40
c. I f. New York.
OATS 8ot quiet.
HAY Unsettled, No. 1. $1 J:rt$l.f7: No.
2. II Infill. 2; No. 8, $1.0071.06; shipping
oats font, steady.
HOPS Steady; state, common to choice,
1916. luii27c; 1014. 6lic; Taciflo coast, 111$,
4;"?lne. 1M14 Aft 10c.
HIDES Stesdy j Bogota, ntjSIHr; Cen
trsl America, 31c.
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts, 33
34c- scnnds, JJIflSc.
PROVISIONS Pork ateady; meaa, $30.00
20M; family, $22.004924.00; abort cleer.
113.60,; 23.00. Beef, nulet; mess, $11609
17 00- famllv. 3l3.6fllilO0 '.jl'A. ateady:
j middle wet $1010 to $10.20.
iAi,ujn yuin; ciiy, vc; country,
(0MX4c: special. SX40.
BUTTER Firm: receipts. T,$41 tub;
creamery extraa, 811782X40; firsts, 173rH4c;
F-OOa Steady ; receipts. 1,003 cases;
fresh gathered extra fine' 33c; extra
firsts. $13324;; firsts. 4V630X4c; seconds,
niEKSB-Stesdy; receipts. JU boxes;
state whole milk, flats, held specials.
Utilise; state whole milk, aversge fancy,
lac: state whole milk, current mske spe
cials, 17c: current make specials, aver
sge run, 171H7HC
POULTRY Dressed firm; fresh killed
western rhlckens. l(Xtyff27c; fowls. 144$
liMc; turkeys, 23c; slive, firm; western
chickens, lc; fowla, 13c; turkeys, 10 20c.
NEW YORK. Feb. 4. The market for
coffee futures wss rather nervous snd un
settled today with prices showing a ten
dency to ease off tinder realising from
local and European sources. The opening
wss Irregular, rrst prirea being 4 points
higher on March while other montna
were unchanged to points lower. March
sold up to 7.68c. or f points net hlgh"r.
snd December rallied from T.SOe to 7.36c
during the early trading on covering and
trade buying. Yesterday's reports that
ocean freight rates had keen advanced
to $2 per bag lacked definite confirma
tion, however, and tha market eased off
to T.BOc for March In the latter trading
tinder renewed reallxlng of liquidation.
The close waa 1 to ( po'nta net tower.
Seles. 64.600 bass: February. 7.40c; March,
7 62c; April. 7.63c; May, 7 64c; June. 7&c;
Inly, 7.63c: August. 7 Ac; September,
T73c; October. 7.77r; November, 7.31c;
Bps.t coffee, ateady: Rio 7s. 8c: Santos
4s 8X4e. Very few cost and freight offers
were reported In the market and it Is
claimed that In some eases coffee Is now
being offered for shipment In sailing vea
aels Private eetlmatee point to a decrease
of about 40O1WO bags In the world's visi
ble supplv compared with a decrraae of
13000 fo' January laat year.
The official cables reported Sn sdvsncs
ef 60 re Is In the Rio market with San'no
unchanged snd Rio unchanged to (-32d
NEXV YORK. Feb. 4. METAL Tjead,
$A 10 bid. Sneller, nnt quoted. Copper,
electrolytic firm, with May quoted at
XI 60. and Juno. Jwty and August at $36.
Iron, steady and unchanged. Tin. firm;
spot. (41.60 bid.
At Txindon: Spot copper. 4TS3; futures,
aK 10s; electrolyte. -121. Spot tin. K0:
futures, 130 6a. Antimony, 116. Lead,
11. Spelter, $
Dry Goads Market.
NKW YORK. Feb. 4.-DRY GOODS
Fall cotton goods were aold today for
future delivery. Ysrns were firm, snd
wool markets were active. Ready-to-wear
lines si so were sellve.
NF.XV YORK. Feb. 4 -Sl'OA R-Raw.
steady: centrifugal. 4v0,2Hc: molasses.
4.Ma4.12c: refined firm. Sugar futures
were erv nulet today. At noon prices
had essed of a point or two.
NEW YORK mi MARKET
Lurfe Part of Roeent Rc0Yery Re
linquiihed When Danger of
Rapture Again Appeaxi.
HOLDING IS VTRY LARGE.
NBW YORK. Fsh. 4. A very consider
able part of the recent recoverr In prices
waa relinquished today, when reports
again Indicated danger of a rupture of
relatione between Washington and Ber
lin, caused extreme declines af two to
seven points In a wide variety of Is
sues. The speculative elements was dis
posed to draw unfavorable Inferences
from the situation and sold extensively.
To this wss added a substantial amount
of long stock, or closing out of bullish
cnmmltmenta. trading being tha largeat
of any day of the week, except Mon
day, when tha January decline culmi
nated. There were other bearish fan
tors. Including tha firm attitude of the
coal operators against the demands of
tha anthracite minora, and tba failure
of certain expected Industrial dividends
to Come to pass.
A few stocks, notably crucible steel
and distillers' securities stood out In
the day's operations. Rumors persisted
that crucible steel Is to be absorbed by
one of the largest and most successful
of tha atee producing companies and
ths confident buying or that stock added
tha lement of plausibility. At Its maxi
mum of MX4. Cruolhle showed sn over
night gain of (Xi- Distillers rise of IS,
to 60'4, most of which occurred In the
later dealings, waa associated with
rumors of s "melon'' in tha near future.
United States Steal was at al ittmee the
most active feature and tinder stead v
pressure, falling from Its maximum of
to MX and making no recovery.
I declines of 1 to 3X4 points were registered
by rails, while motors, oils, various muni
tions and copper were 3 to under yes
terday's close. Heaviness of mercantile
marine preferred gave rise to rumors of
a hitch In the plan of reorganisation.
Important shares made only nominal
rallies from lowest prices in the dug
final hour, the tnarket c losing with a
Total sales of stocks amowated to
A sharp rally In francs, and recurrent
weakness In llres were the coo treating
features of the exchange market, starling
Heavy trading In Anglo-French Is and
marlnea 4Xa at slight concessions, marked
the irregular to heavy tone at bonds.
Totals sales of bonds pax valua wore
United States bonds war naonasured an
Number of sales snd leading quotations
en stocks today ware:
, , aalea. Wis. Lev. aaas.
Alaska Oelg .............. 1. en nt itsl t!
AlUe-Chajawie gMs ts ti4 ' tt4
Ansrtnea Heat sTegar.... t.me S7 to st
Aswrlnaa rwa n II. inn t $
Aaterlesa Lseeaiethie ... 4,ea rrxi tMi ' Oft
aaMnias a. a a ....... sj.aw lnw ai4 asve
Am. H I K eM
Am. skigae IWlolsa.,
AaMrlesa Tel. Tel..
Amertrsa Tnbaooe ...
BeJowla Loeomnltw I .
.. a 1i44 B4 1H
.. SO 111 tut, 111
.. 1,000 UT Ufc 19H
.. ki'lss ir4 iai
.. t.tos let tots int4
juo4j l' o ll
I. KO t st M
Paithanre a nets
preotilvn Rapid Tr
IWIIfernla r mlouon ...
ttiHwo U. W
rhlcasn, M ft at. P....
-ilfo ft M. W
r-nl-age, St. I. ft p. n.
i hlno Conner
l.tm Mt( U14 ii
Lie r m m4
CVilomn s,.l 4 Irea.
Peaver A R. O.
4. ten 0114 oor, 414
PMIHero' amrttlaa ,.aTt.nrM (nt4
nrie , ,
rt.Kn t t7X4 7t
J.nw in 171 17014
Oet N there M tne lt
OreaA Nn. Or etfs (.100 4H'i
liisahlm Bxplorstln.. e nil
iiiineio cwairsi tm insso
Imorbm was Oe i. Corg.. Its It
laapiraiioo tpper ....
Ksnraa ttty Soulhers..
Iiularlll a Nuhvill.
Unless Prtn ilevm
Ml o,iri g. g T, Bra.
Nsiinnel BUrult ,,
N oda OMieer
Naw Vork nlrl
I. T.. K. H ft H ,
frnrOMk a Weaiera
Nerlh i Psollls
Paelfle Tl. ft Tl
Pull oa Palom Car..,.
Rav Cos. cer.
Repn hlln Tmo a ai.
X 41 hern Paetfl
atiefehaser m ipany .,
TnnsH e Cepf ir
ll.XM 4J10 44 H 44U.
Ma til liai no
l.sne 17 m ?
too 77X4 71X4 T1114
N est m ywo lent
I.SH n H M
CO t H
I.41W to4 t4 rtH4
4714 . tl
14110 1144. I121o JU1,
' 4M ill, i 1$V
07 U4 tA
400 1M Jot HU,
(.toe t t t',
3. MS 73 77 T4X.
V.IM 01 114.
. . , 0, mmt 14
... I.sm 3114
... 14.M0 1U
... 3.700 ST U.
... 4.100 Miie tm
... I.ooe Uii U1X4 1"X
t'nkm Psetrte pi....
rslteg Hi km Steel..,
t'. m. nteel ptt
...US. ant U 3H lH
... I.fno H4t4 lii4 1111,4
... I yi Tt4 Tt Ti
a ts at 11
... tl.am 47 a4 ofii
Mnetana ffwrnr lot Tt 74 14
4nerl Metnrs , oWtU.
Watiaeh n am t ins 114 1t ih
tnterastteeol Marino . gf.sno 1t4 74 7114
Total sal for tae Say. 34,SM shares.
New Tark Maker Market. -
NEW YORK. Feb. 4. MERCANTILE
fA rr.Kq'3 per cent.
FIX CH ANOB Slxtv-da v
demand, (4.76; cables.
S 1 L V K R Bar, S7c: Mexican dollars, 44e.
RON D8-43overnmtent, steady; railroad
M ON FIT Time loana steadv: SO and to
days, 3X4 par cent; sic months. $4l per
cent. Call money, steady: high, S per cant;
low. 1 per cent; ruling rate, 1 tar cent:
last loan, 1 ner cant; clotting; bid.
cent; orrerea at a par cent.
Closing Quotations on bonds todar were
V. f. raf. ts. rag.... SXiU N awl. 4s M
e toaaoa te M. K. 4 V. lat 4s.. fl4
IT. (V Is. roa 10IX4Ke. IHa sea. Ss...WM.
as osasoa let 14 Moot. Pt r ss...... 7
. g. 4s tea. ....... Its, r. 0. Aaa. ....11I'
e oeesoa llffH'K. T. City eX4s....leit
Am. Bmeii- Sj....,noN. Y.. W. M. A H.
A. T. T. a 4X4S..I0S or. So IU14
Anslo-Fnnnk I .... t4lMw Paetn 4a U
Ateglaoa s a. 4s.... t-(H do Is ST
Im4. Okie 4s INO . L. raf. 4s.... .
KMS4 H4MI r. t...Xr4. T. AT. I VV
rn. Pacin 1st a4kPaa sow. 4X4s lot
Chas. AY Ohle 0. 4X4 IT14 a saa. 4Xs-..-..loi4
C. a. a Q.J. ts.... Ml4Ree4laa sea. ts tl
c. t. s. r. e. i . lmi. a u a 1 r. r. a ssh
r. H L 4 F r. it a Bo Pa. v. (o let
0. a g. raf. 4X4.... UXi 4a rat. 4 "4
D. 1 R. 0. oe. to.. TIUSo. Rollaar (a lert,
3te sea. 4s Ttiig'olea fWeins 4s.... r
Gas. Haelrla U.....4)V da av. 4s 44
01. No. lt 414e V. S. Kobbar (O....I0IU.
III. Oa rf. to tt4V. a. te aa i4
lot. M. U. 4a ienstl Test. I'ole 4a-..
.. O. Bo. ret. Is.... N a West. KUa. v. to. .Ill
DTJW8 TRAD! RKYIEXV,
Vagaries af Ika Waatker Aval a
NBTvY YORK. Feb. (.-Don's review to
morrow will say:
Tagarieg of ths weather again rauaed
Irregularity in soma retail branches, and
especially In the east, but general dis
tribution continues In exceptionally heavy
volume. Extensive buying of ths staple
necessities fully sustains prices at a hlgn
position and disproportion between sup
ply and demand has a strengthening ef
fect on many commodities. Frequent evi
dences of depleted stocks are noted, and
though overtime Is in force In numerous
Instances, manufacturers experience dif
ficulty in meeting current requirement
with ths desired promptness. While ef
forts to restore mora normal tranaporta
Hon conditions are partially successful,
storms and floods have aggravated de
livery problems in some sections. Record
breaking railroad esrnlngs ttetlfy to ths
magnitude of domestic merchandise mo ya
menle several Important systems report
ing maximum revenue but during re
cent weeks ex porta have steadily dimin
ished, mainly because of tbs difficulties
In oversea shipping.
Available statistical records for Janu
ary make gratifying comparisons, mora
aeW enterprises being launched than for
a long time past Bank clearings regis
tered Important gel na and pig iron pro
duction was ths second largest on rec
ord, while tha umartcai Increase In fail
ures over the preceding luoota was the
emaiieei m several years.
Weekly bang clearings. $4,$13.4a0.tM.
Leadea teal Market.
LONDON. FV 4 AmerVan securities
on tha stock market were steady, despite
tha Amertcen-taerman situation, and sev.
srsl bonds changed hsnJs at unchanged
SfT.VFR-Far, 27 t-ld per ounce.
MONKY 44 44 par cent.
DD4COUNT RATKa Mhart bl'l and
three months, 4X4 per cent.
Advertisers snd cuaionvro profit by tha
'assai led Ad'1 habit.
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