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TIIB BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MAKCIt 9, l!Ufi.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Heiry Receipts and Light Demand
Sead Wheat Prices Down One
to Three Cents.
CORN DROrS ONE TO TWO CENTS
: OMAHA. March . Wt.
' The wheat market waa very weak to
tfiy, declining from 14ic under yester
1y' prices. The receipt a were fairly
heavy, but the demand waa llHht.
Com waa a Ian lower, the better gradea
palling about lc lower, while the off
grade old 2c lower.
Only a few carl of oat a were of'ered
for aa)e today and they old lc tinder
Kye was lc lower. Barley waa un
changed. Clearance of wheat and flour were
ehiinl to MS.00O bu.: corn, none; oats,
At Liverpool wheat cloeed li?2c lower;
ctrn. lj'."r lower.
'Prlmarv wheat receipt were 1.2IS,on
mi. and ahlpmenta sKS.ooii bu.. against re
t'lpts of SJO.mn bu. and ahlpmenta of 7'.
o bu. last vear.
frlmary corn recelpta were l.nM.ftlft bu.
and eh'pmente "J,' bu. against recelpta
at 4e-.w bu. and ahlpmenta of 6.fiu bu.
J'rlmarv est recelpta were "SIM! bu.
and shipment 77S.OW bu. apatnat recelpta
of .'. a bu. and shipments of l,3i.0i bu.
, CABLOT RECEIPTS.
Whet. corn, vat
St. Ijotila ...
Theae aalea were reported today:
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: 2 rare, 11.06V
No. 1 hard winter: Z eara. SLOTH: 1 ear.
tl.irt- M rare. SLOSH. No. 4 hard winter:
1 car. Il.ni'4,; j cara, 11.01, 1 car. I.H;
4 'car. flAl; S cara. (etc; 1 car. V.c. Mani
ple hard winter: 2 cara. Mc. No. I durum:
1 car. 11.0". No. S durum: 2 cara. Oho. No. 4
rtprum: 1 car. ." . No. 4 mixed: 1 car.
II .00. Oata-No. 3 white; 1 car. 41c. Rye
No. S: 1 car, Kfi No. : 1 car, Me. No. 4:
Tear. 8Vc. font No. 4 white: 1 car.
KJc. No. white: I car, ."i5c. No. 3 yel
low: 1 car. GHc. No. 4 yellow: 1 car, .
No. S yellow: i cars. 2c: I cara, slHc No-
yellow: J cara tc; 3 car. ': 1 car.
r.Sc. Sample yellow: 1 car, 5Hc: 1 car.
,.; 1 car. !; 1 car. Me; 1 car. 60c; 1
car, 4c; 1 car, 40c. No. S mixed: 1 car,
RV. No. 4 mixed: J cara. 64c; I cara,
Vc; 1 car. ',; 8 cara. 6c. No.
mixed: i cara. hoc; 1 car. No. mixed:
1 car tdlit dry. 61c. Bample mixed: 1
ear, Sic: I car, S; 1 cara, t.'c; 2 can,
'omaha Cafh Trlcea-Wheat : No. 2 hard.
SIOT.ilO.H: No. S hard. Sl.tC't I No.
4 hard. 97cJ1LlH: No. 2 durum. :-titl.;
No. S durum, KTfiMc; raffle, KWXc. Corn.
No. S white. ?i.S'c; No. 4 wtilte. !
re: No. white. Wi:tc: No. white.
Moii: No. 3 vellow. .iV ; No. 4 yel
low. 4M)wW: No. fi yellow. 8IMrt'i2'
yellow. rMSe;' No. 3 mixed. JV.-;
No. 4 mixed. 6Wi4c; No. 6 mixed. fcMUKe;
No S mtxod, i-;v,ii61c: anmple, 4ft .W-jC.
lata: No. 2 while. 42&3'tc: atandard,
41V)4:c: No. 3 white, 4hr4lr; No. 4
hlte. 404i-4Hc- Harley: Malting, 7ii0p;
No. 1 feed. WMc. Rye: No. 2, alVMltfic;
Kn. S. MVi&4o.
Chicago closing price, furnished Th
Tee by Logan Kryan. "lock and gram
brokers. 815 South Sixteenth fit., Omaha
t II1C AOO GRAIW AND FROVISION
Feat area kf the Traill-; aaa CUslac
Prleea Bar4 f Trade.
" CIII(?AOO, Kiarch 8. -Wheat Buffered a
niitlcilal aetback In value today, chiefly
Hi account of a general selling ruah that
anticipated the government report thia
itvriioon, showing tinmen doinrstlo
holding still In reserve on farms. Tha
marKet, although unsettled al the cIom,
-waa it- to "c net lower, with May at
, l.l'i''l.ll. and July at SLOtt'tUlO. Corn
flnUhed Sii down, oat off iflSc and
pro Islona varying from UVtc dvclina to
a rlae of 7So.
; Hreaka which began In -the price of
wheat aa rnon aa th market opened,
wire at no time during the session over
cum to more than a moderate extent.
It waa generally conceded that the of
tidal total on farm reaervea would be
well above u.ouo.ouo bushels, . and - there
wa little If any aurpiiae In th actual
figure announced after th market had
Closed 211, 717, oou bushels. Hpeclal aig
ritlcanc waa attached to the estimate,
as predictions were current that Increased
littmnts were now looked for dally
iron) Artientlna and Australia.
1 According to a view prevalent among
t ears, the virtual halt In foreign buying
ef wheat In the I'nlled dtatea ' waa
"largely the result of hope on the part
if tho Anglo-French allies that aucceas
4u pounding of Turkey would result In
that country being forced to make peace,
forn ranged downward In sympathy
sUh wheat, and because of favorable
weather for the movement of the domes
tic crop. Furthermore, traders discounted
Jl bearish crop report from Washington,
and responded a little to a decline at
c I'rovlxlons averaged lower under the in-
Yluence of the downturn In the value of
"eereala. Higher pricea on hog acted
-nlv aa an offwt In part.
Chicago Cash rlcoa Wheat: No. 2 red,
SLUHl.m; No. 8 red. SLOUCH 1.11; No.
A herd, nominal; No. liar I. Il.i7 W LV'',,.
ifforn: No. S yellow, 4V,4j;6w('; No. 4 vcf
loif, aT'!--: No. 4 white. nrWo. Oats:
No. S wnite. 40VJllc: standard. 4.1',.
lle: NoitiIiihI. l:.irley: Sir,74e. Heed: Tlui
Jihy, S4.riti7.li: clover, 310 nrlS.io. I'rovl
eluns: I'ork, :l.(i.i-'.0n, lard, (lU.bTVa; rlbi,
IllTATOKK-llluber: receipts, 2i caraj
Michigan. Wisconsin Minnesota and l)a
kota. white, Km'4iILI'2; Minneaxita and Da
.kola. Chios. WmV'.
KM1S Higher; recelpta. 15.82S rasea;
Tiraia. l!V,tilHv: ordinary firsts. liloSc;
at mark cases Included, layqlls'.
Ptifl-TKV Alive, higher; fowla. ITHc;
Mlaneoooll Cral Market.
" MINNEAPOLIS. March H.-WHKAT--
iy. Lii,ni ii'-: July. 41. v. fash: No.
t hard, l.li,; No 1 northern. Ij.UV.i
115',: No. 3 northern, SlWbLli'..
. PARI KV-ftiHii'Ac.
yt RYf syti9c.
Hi: AN fl8.0O4jlS.SP.
. f OK N No. 3 yelow 7lV.i7i'e.
..r OATS No. i wulle. Svmi4uc.
! feKELe-l'lK. S-'31tiZ.34.
Kansas t'lty 4ii
. ' KANSAS f ITT
Ib and Provlalona.
March 8. WHK AT
No. 2 hard. II W-.il 10
No. 2 red. 81.0v
f 11: Vay. l.tc",iLU8:
4'OllN No. 3 mixed
vc; ro. 1
'Viiite K'c: No. 3 vellow. UUoX: Mav.
' lK4i'p: Julv. 7iSc.
OAT No. J white. 444j44e; No. I
KCiGR First. 18'ic.
St. Iala Urala Market.
: ?T. 1.0118. Mo.. March 8-WHrlAT-
; No, 2 red nominal: No. 2 hard nominal.
.Mav. S1.0L-; July. 81M1..
4-ORN No. 8. 7J'47V, No. I white.
'J?'-: May. 74'c: July, 74c.
I. OATS-NO. 2, 3M3)k:; No. t white noml-
I.lTeraol Oral a Market.
alXJL'8 Winter pater.t. 4is.
Article! Open. I HIkM Ix'W. floae I Yea y
Mav! 1 U'j 1 1? 1 lxil "HS
Mulv. 1 tl 110 1 WW lOKVlWiU
iPTay. 70 74 73 74H W
"July. 7i I 7tHj 74H 74a! 7H
PMa'v. 4?0 1h' 4?h' 43 1 43H
'July. IIH 41H ' 41'x 41HI 41H
fork. I I
' ,Mav. 22 34 22 KH WH 32 17HI 22 SO
' July. 22 15 22 3d U 00 23 07 H 22 00
May. I0W HK iO 7 10 2ty 10 SO
July. 1100 110JH 10 S7H 11 02HJ U 02H
. May. 11 STVal 11 M'J H 77HI H S7H1
; July.l 11 9m Hl U SO U ?hI
' LIVERPOOL March S.-WHEAT-Kpot
,.-.. A.anltolMt. 14 td; No. i ha id winter
iiulf. lis M: No. S red western winter, lis
i'OKM 43 pot Ameilcaa miaed, new, U
' r4a Market.
" NITW TORK. March SL-COTTON-pt
,q,itt, auxldliug bplaad, ll.iic; gale. uO
t mum cked tevdy; May, 11 14c; July,
'TIM; (At'.lyr, I2.ie; Dtcembcr. ItltK.-;
' imr-x.tl rf. 12 Jkc.
-4 rrtust f-ituie opened steedv; May,
114V: Ju'v. 11 Mc; October. 11. lux. W-
rr,i r.'ile; January, li.oc.
1.1 VKT HOOL. March .-4'OTTON-
t-f. tmrr, aood middl ng, 7 !d; mid-
. f. ' :J, luw fuuia.iug, 7.4id. Salea,
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Dakota Homesteaders Bay Feeders
at Tards as a Profitable
HIGHWAYMAN FINDS VICTIM
tnk(ita homeateadera a re clay by flay
at or In- tip with lanr number of feeder
rattke. according to local atockmen. The
laat two yeara haa brought about the
realltation that the bualneaa of Mixing
cattle or atock of any kind 1 profit
able raie and many of the ranch ownera
are Inking advantage of the opportunl
Ray Sheehan, president of the State
bank al Jordan, H. I)., accompanied by a
friend and client, Mr. Hamea. paid the
local market a vlalt yeeterday on a trip
to buy feeder atock. He Bald: "Our pen
pie are reallilng more and more that
they muat have live atock In order to
make farming aa profitable aa It should
be In the Roaehud country. Tripp county
waa always a great atork-prodiirlng rotin -
try and, while the cattlemen have dlaap
peared before the Invasion of the home
ateader. It ia atlll an Ideal country and
will furnish the Omaha market with In
rreaalng auppllea of cattle and lions
Illlkwaraiaa Hoba Bad Aaaaalla.
To be knocked dow i and relieved of
II.SO and of an overcoat while walking
along a dark etreet waa the experience
of 3cm ftokal of t.a finite, Monday even
ing. Rokal waa walking along Twenty
seventh atreet near the J street Interaec-
tlori right In the heart of the foreign
district, when he 1 act on from be-
hind and knocked to 1 '.ie grouml by a tall I
man. lle was tinnbln to obtain an ac.
curate description of his assailant, but
soon aflk-rwanla overtook Officer J'otach,
to whom he reported n,c robbery and a-
thicken Thieves Again,
Ten dollar reward" awaits aome
copper, dh k or private cltlcen who haa
enough sbnithaome n,i.alltlea about hia
makeup to trace, cause the
conviction of certain unidentified person
who broke open the chicken coop of lr.
Fulster at Nineteenth and Jackson streets
Monday night. The doctor report four
teen of hia favorite (hlckena gone and Is
willing to pay out caa.i to apprehend the
The police have an Idea that the thief
la tho asme who pulled off aev?ral of the
chicken nobberlea of tvtcka past.
Mr. (m Mr. Kleraaaj Kntertalned.
Friend and neighbor of Mr. and Mr.
A. Klernan, 4118 South Twentieth street,
urprlsed the couple Monday evening by
giving a party at their home. An enjoy
able evening wa passed In card and
dancing. TSiose preaent were: Messrs
and Mesdanir W. Taylor. W. Horn, J. J.
Hreen. Noar, (leorge Beadle, P. M. Camp-
bell, William Hall. O. Roger, J. Roger,
M. Hlgglna. H. J. Teck. fbarlea Cafe A.
Klernan, Mr. J. M. Ward and John
Heal In Month Omaha.
Carl Beal. former famous athlete of
South High achool and sensational guard
who won recognition from all aide In the
big state baaket hall tournament Just a
year ago, I In the city again after a
lengthy stay In New York City, wher lie
studied to be a linotype machine opera
tor. Tho young man wa sent there after
being confined several month in a Lin
coln sanitarium following Injurlea sus
tained In tho famous South lllgh-Ontral
High basket ball game at the state tour
ney last year.
Beal Is in perfect condition. The young
thlet I planning to take a night law
Waarea Incrraae Today.
Th all-round wage Increase at all of
tha local packing planto will go Into ef
fect today, this being pay day at three of
tho big plant. Workmen's salaries will
b increased In some cases, by several
dollars, according to tho number of hours
per week they work.
Late word from local superintendents
and officials brings the promise that this
increase in salary will not be lowered.
Tor several months, even before tho
Sioux City strike, the raise wa planned,
and ha at laat been put into effect.
Wo Believe. Do Yot
Open tonight until f make use of the
opportunity and ee what wa hav been
doing for you hero at Flynn'a. Wa be
lieve that there U no other house that
work a hard in your Interest a
Flynn'a does. Wo try to have th best
rtlcle first, and then we try to have the
lowest price on that best article Spend
little time here and look us over. If w
csn save you a few dimes or a few dol
lar It' good money honestly made.
JOHNT PL.TNN & CO.
Single women and married women came
forward at tho Rrunawlck alley yester
day afternoon. The rank of the feminine
bowler hav been dwindling of late and
In iplte of tha large delegation of tho
mal contingent alway present, but three
women manned each team.
A usual Mia Houseman bowled high
total, (hooting a aerie of MS, VQ and 145.
Thia I good bowling among the girl.
eiNOLK WOll KS,
In a three-game special match th
Farmer' Exchange club wa beaten by
Murphy Colt last evening at the local
llrunswick alley. A twenty-flve-polnt
handicap allowed th Colt served to
bring them victory in two of the three
fiame. Art Pedrson and Kd Raker, a
couple of local champ bowler, upheld
honor a 1th the foil 4. Score:
t lay bourne ,
Total Kxo SVI
it. t. Za.
I leiiiitaoil .
K4 W4 Ml : ,1S
For Pent -room modern house
Sauth 3d. 1 hon houlh SU-t
Office apace for rent In Bee office, iit
V street. Terms leaai naulu. Well known
lot alum Tel. couth .
A inlet to antic proved a popular pro
gram at th big Kani enlertainmont st
th local bull at Twent v-thtrd and N
bllnd-toldfd. atased a Uxln match.
. .. , " .
i ne r.auie ciuo rocma at l we,y.lmra
and N siitwts will bt
for nteiiiliera of tne HiMisier club alio
will 'e a card party Thutda evening
OMAHA LIYESTOCK MARKET
Big Demand for Cattle on Heavy
Ran and Price Moves to Ten
SHEEP PRICES ARE FIFTEEN UP
OMAHA. March . 1
Receipts were: Catre. Hheen.
Official Monday O.ir, S.M2 S472
Official Tuesdny .irf, 1l.fXi 7.W
Kstltnate Wednesday.. 7.. li.iVli .")
Three daya thla wk.24.R-W .TK.017 V..V
Paine daya last week.i.TifS 41.014
fmn daya 2 wka. ago.21,?2x 4. 2"..1W
Same daya 3 wka. aco .In 247 4.4a Sl.el
Same daya 4 wka. ago.Zi.lU M.141 S..r,4)
Ha me daya laat year. .14.1si 24.410 21
The following taie ahowt the receipt
of cat'le. hoaa and sheen at the Omnlm
Live Stock market for tiie year to date
aa compared with laat year:
ld'H. lir. inc. ier.
(atfle V&.mi 171.fl M.T.tl
Hoga DTP, 44 k:!.!"! 240,449
h.-ep 44S.074 H3.1!l ....... KIM'i
The following tame anowa Oi average
pricea of lioga at the Omaha live atoc
market for the !aat few daya. with com
pi rlm.ps- '
i-'ate. I imift, 'aM.ll9l1.''!'12.tl1 IjJUli.
L)- 1 .1 7 Hi I ' t T a O.'l 7 Oil J M
reb. 22.n St4 I S I2 031 7 M! S 0:
.(.I a .! i .V. S 'ib i s .! '
24 I a 0S' a m g n 1 1t S Wi S rn) 2 J
i i hi . toi s : a 20 w
I t ' .. 4Ti n M 1?; 02
S SOI S 421 8 08 6 OR
S 84! 8 181 11
t I fW
x f." I N 'Jul l.ii -i " i
?. s s.-.i,,i 4S s an is tfl l ? ?
S. j; S ?4l 8 S0 l7
4.i It ,',. t It a i 3J!
"i I 8 W-H 671 8 !' 8 371 6 37 SS
7. X K 'H' 4 i 31i H Ri 9 7?
8.1 8 KHI S Wl 18 SJ! Ml 71' 9 71
Receipts and dlannsltlnn .if live Stirck
t the 1'nlon atock iarda for twnnty-four
houra ending nt 3 o'clock yesterday:
R Kf El lTJ CA RIOT8.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H"T'.
C. M. Ht. P 6
Missouri Pacific 1
1'nlon Pacific S't
f. N. W. etist.. ni
f . N. W west.... M
C, Ht. P., M. 4V ().. :,
('., H. A VI . east.... 14
('., It. & (J , west.. 3
i" .. R. I. ft P.. eaat. Vi
42 6 1
218 3 4
C. R. 1. P.. went. I
' Illinois Central Li
Chicago ll. West.. 4
Total recelpta 27.7
.Morris 4V . Co 818 l.sSl
Swift & fo I.h4 34rt
fudahv aiklng Co.... H47 2.1U7
Armour fo I.mli 2.M3
J. W. Murphy 3,62
Morrell i 14
Lincoln Packing Co.... 2S
S01 th Omaha Pack. Co. 13
Ray State 37
S. A H 4
W. H. Vans nt Co M
Hentdii, ansa nt A 1.. W
Hill A Son 43
F. 11. Irwl Wl
Huston Co 47
J. II. Root & Co........ VM
J. II. Bulla 7"
1.. F. Huss 64
Kosenstock Bros Ui
F. O. Kellogg l il
Wertheimer Urgen.. 75
II F. Hamilton :I7
Sullivan Hroa 8 '
Rnthachlld c Krebs '-'
Mo. aV Kan. Calf Co... 14
Huffman '. 11
Baker. Jonea A lmlth 322
Banner Bros 32
John Harvey 4:t
I lentils & Francia no
Jensen luugren 3 .....
Other Buyer 4M 303
Total 7,000 13,866 S.22J
CATTLsKReeolpt were fairly liberal
again today, about 7,600 head making an
Increaae so far thia) week of about, 4.000
head over the flrat half of laat. t
In BDlte of thla Increase, however, th
demand from both local dressed beef men
and shipping buyers continues very Keen
and trade was aotlv right from the start
at prices strong to 10c higher than yes
terday. Quality waa very fair aa a rule
and all decent offering found a free
outlet at th stronger figure. Bulk of
the fair to good l.ooo to l,4C-ound beeve
told around S'.aOfrt.OO and something
prim would undoubtedly bring around
fe.2b. ' - - -
Cowe and heifer were In moderte sup
ply and active demand and oia at me
Jitgheat pricea of the aeaaon. Veal calve
were steady ano mills, stags, eio.,
In stockers and feeders business was
rather quiet. Prevailing high prices hav
In a ineaaura checked the demand from
the country, and although there seems
to be plenty of confidence In the future
of the fat cattle market the disposition
on the part of 'the country 1 to go low
on account of the high price of corti and
the general uncertainty surrounding tha
Quotation on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, 18.76410.; fair to good beevea,
h.3ui.70; common to fair beevea, 87.2
8.2j; good to choice helger. 87.00aj4.86;
good to choice cow, Su.764f7.60; fair to
good cow, rt.00-fl7o; common to fair
cows, 34.604i.'id; good to choice feeders,
7.7iyi8.io; tair to good feeder, $7.8&
i.70; common to fair feedera, St.607.;
good to choice stockers, $7.764j.26; stock
helrera. 86.2ogi7.6o; stock cows. 8a.7Mii.7r;
slock calve, S.o00; veal calve. 87.264j
10. H), bull, stags, etc., S6.26tj8.75.
BKelr' o 1EER8.
No. Ar. Pr. No. At. Pr.
1 1M t M II 1041 4
at 101) t 00 41 DM ( it
It. 104 1 II 13 MM 8 40
U 44,' 1 46 14 rn I W
4 711 I M II 1020 I 75
It I HO t It 4 l&tt I U
! 41 Ill I 0
I M4 ti 14 1UI l'
t 1144 W 11 Io04 8 it
1 I0W kl
11M M I
ket i 00 t
11M 1 10 4
uw it .
l I II
kit 1 om
; HI I 4
V t W t
it; t IS t
lit t be 1
.. .1IU 7 to
...SD t li
...IlOi 1 40
...11U0 1 40
...lit T 10
. . . TIS IS
...un 1 40
1 ... 1
47 7 U
. HI 7 ii
1W 10 IM
HTtX'KKrl4 ANli KKKUhnib
I H4 t) 7 M 7 10
I -. t 1 M ' ' I T M
1 tit T at Hi) t M
M lit 1 t
1UX13 The hog market today wa one
nf tk. m I ML a ml I.Lun It 1 1 , , 1 1
one of the hardest to describe, seen lu r ,
In many a day. KiteouraKlu" advloe from
otlier points Influenced aliifin-ra to pay I
price tnat were a run lie Dinner ami hi
many carea tvulOc htnlier than yesterday 1
Their ordera were brcd. and called for
a bttf peri-ruta of light and light butch
er weight ho. All told they bought In
the neighborhood of a th.rd of the re
oelpta, bulk of their purchases being
made at UHotjKOO. with several load a
htich aa $ 10.
leapite t lie brisk start ahlpper icave
tiie marKet paekera were very bearish.
MT, I They made few bids during the early part
lot the forenoon, but the first often tlu-y
' ' put out were aa much aa loc lower In a
To'- ' good many Instances, Seller were i.n
41 able to any reason for this, and eo..
4 tmued asking strong to hlaher prices.
"fcHwttta the result that th market remained
It a standstill until well alonir In the
A good share of the light hoc that
carried a desirable finish aold lo shippers
early 4,1 an advance of at least 6c, to In
a wood many raw 10c. Anythtim on th
j light order which was overlooked by ahlp
I i ers hau a harder time, however, and
while trie pig end or the ottering had
moved by noon, gup a few loada were
still unsold at that lime. Including some
i'ch imckers liad n.vcr even hid on.
Ho. A. Sa tv. . A. M. Tt
CI Ml ... 176 Ktt ... I
t ltt 411 t M ..,.. IS
T IN . Ill 4 I i
Tt 1 I r TT "t4 1 IS
tt . . i . :i ; ... ii
'j BHKEH-Th ' auppllea of i.eep
! and lamb n mihal amalier than
, oi (h) wo dB of
1 j looked vei y mixlcraie for a Veduea-I
i av. some t tt cut v-nlne eats, or ..141 lie:i1
t.e n iriortcd lu. Kur the tlist half of
the week the total la only 2S.1"! head, be
ing more thnn n.0 smiiller than a week I
tn 8 .0f llahter than two weeks airo and
4.i short of the corresixinding daya of
fontlnued moderate auppllea and en-,
eonraglng advices from other markets
forced an upturn In Ir.mb values today.
The market nened out In good sea n !
at a full dime advance, and by thn lime
the bulk of the offerings started to move'
prices paid looked a flut I'm- above ea-.
tei-dny. Kverythlng In the lamb line was
cleaned up In good season st the ad-'
vance. A new season's top of 111.25 wa.
set on both westerns snd Mexb-nna, while,
the bulk of the desirable offerings sold
upwards from til l.
As compnred with the sixe of totiil re
ceipts the supply of ewes was fairly lnrg.
but the outlet continued broad, and most
of the offerings sold ry the middle of the'
forenoon at about IV hlaher prb-es.
fhnlce fed western ewes, mutes of those
aiiat sold at 1 ye.xtcrday, pet a new,
high mark for the season of 3v2ii. and
the bulk of the decent to good ewes Is
i vln-j it t 00 nnd letter. !
There have lieen very f w times In th'
yards' history when pricea were bett t '
ttan those lielng paid at present. li ,
May Inst year tops reached !lr). will .
the following month aa hlsh as til 75 wni I
paid, but with these exceptions, current
values are the highest on rccorl. Kwes '
are also the highest tiey (a e been, wit i
ll.e exception of April and M-iy, 1!'5. nivl
March jHH). No wether or yearling)
worthy of mention have been here this '.
week, hut the season's top of V.Ki on tin
latter Is a record for the yards.
Feeding stock ivn.i ngnln cinsplcno.is
by Its absence. i
Quotation on sheep and Inm's- Unmhi.
good to choice, 8 1. onfall Inmhs. fr I
to good. SI' 7.Vu 1 1 Ci l imbs, fall cpp.,i
".i.V'i 10.01; 'amlis. fr.sh I'ppe 1. $-.7 W
!.?S; ycarlinus. folr to plioic., Ilvht,
ill""; yearlings. lair to choice, iicnvv i
..''a'..w, weir if, iir in in
k-, 17. :.
S."4: ewes, ood t- choh:
, $S hniiS.'.fi; ewes. I
lair to good. S7.25it.iO.
V." I fed lambs
;.'. fed lambs
14 fed lumhs
:'2 fed lainhs
CIIICAf;o 1.1 K .TO K M ARKF.T j
OTIICAOO, March V CATTISH Re
ceipt. J 4. Out heiul; market firm: native
heef steers. Sr.riOcik.ryt: western steers. 17.27
Sitt.45; stockers ond feedera. 8 sTitii iiO
town and lieifers, 8;..VHil00; calves, 3V5 f
HODS Recolnts. 3;.iwo head: market
strong; 1I'4j2c hl;rher; bulk of sales. 1
tis.ni); light, tn.l.'HJO.a); mixed. 8!'. l.'iti 6 ;
havy, lM.',(ji.wi; roiiKh, l:t.tMi'l.20; plan.
SIIKI7P AND LAMBS Kccelnts. 1S.U01
head; market strong; wether. SsStiH.S",; i
ewea, KO'tit.W); lambs. S!i.5li ll.5.
Kanaaa lllr Live Mloek Market. '!
fANRAR f ITT. Mnrch S.-f ATTI.K
R!Celpta, 7,400 head,' market higher: ,
atorkers nnd feeders weak: prime fed
Heera, 19.0ijro; dr'saci beef steers. Js.On
4JH90; western teem. W.itraV.Vo; Mockers
and feeders, 8'i.754ifl.SO; bulla, S3.6o4i'7.27j; i
calves, SiinOftlLO). 1
Hi K!8 Hei'elpt, 8.700 had; market f
higher; bulk of aalea. 8n.lOii.3ft: iienvv. 1
$!.15iiH.r; imckera and butchers. 19. LVfj'
.!: nurht, v.-mi:i.vn nigs, 7..vms.e6. 1
S1IKKP AND I.AM HS Receipts. -..:)! ;
nenc: market hinh.'r; IhioIih. Tli.7tilL2i;
yeuiiltiKH, 8rt.4Wii').00; wether. $7.7.VfS.;0;
' St. I.oola I.lve Stork Market.
ST. IiOf IS, Maech 8 TATTL,K-Re-
Celpta, S.ivm liead: narket higher, natl.-c :
beef ateers. S7.50fi9.80: yearling stecra and !
t..iraH . 'j 1 q 1 - t ' 1. . . 1 .n. 1, 1
era and fedcrs, STi. "idj 7.75 ; Texaa and In
dian ateers. S"i.2uti8.0o; cows and heifer,
84 OmfiH.uO; native calves. SH.OOifi u.00.
HOtlS Receipts, 12.200 he;id: market ;
higher; pig and Pght.s. l'X'Ait.r5; mixed
and butchers. S.304i9.ti0; good heavy, J9.0
WIKKP IJNU I.AM 14(4 IteceiptS. !!.!
bead: marKet alendv: vearllng wethers.
SK.tnnU 10.00; lambs, ta.OKfill.a; ewea, $t;.50
loax City l.lve fttoek Market.
SlOt'X CITY, la., March 8. CATTLK
Recelpta. 1.500 head; market lOfiluc higher:
native ateera. 87.5Wafl.ft1: butcher, SS.uOia)
8.00; cow and helfera, S5.o0'u7.23; atockera
and feedera, S7.004t7.7O: calvea, So.BO.OO;
bulla, atags, etc., S5.riOQ7.00.
HOOK Receipts, 9.000 head; market 15T
Iftc higher; heavy. SS.OSS.lj; mixed. SH.00
Hifl.flf.; light, S8.HOig9.00; bulk of sales, S.t6
KHEEP AND T.AM RS Receipts, COO
head; market stnhdy: lamba, Js.OO'q 10.85.
(4t. Josepk I.lve Stork Market.
BT. JOSEPH. March 8. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 1.200 head: market higher: steers.
t7.2Mr9.fio: cow and helfera, 84.608.75;
colvea. i.ta 10.6.
HOi RcccliHa. 4.000 head; market
higher: packers alow; top, 89.25; bulk of
alee. $S aVyd.LV
811c. E.P ANJJ UAM iteceipts. l.tjinj
head; market higher; lamba. S10.5v311.06.
t.lre Stock In Sight.
. Receipt of live atock at the five prin
cipal western markets:
uati'e. xiogs. oneeo.
Kloug City ....
Kanaaa City ..
1.300 16,600 7.0HO
, l.folO fiiX)
7,4 8.7HO S
.......14.CW0 S8.WIO Jb.OOO
, 3.600 12,000 2,100
800 82,200 30,100
Bvapraed Af1e naid Dried Fralla
NHW TORK. March 8. KVAPORATCI)
API'LISS Dull; fancy, SwVuic; choice,
Wio; prime. R!4(&oe. Prunea. firm;
Callfomla. 4ti11tc; Oregon, T4ie1c.
I1RIUU FKi;iT8 Apricota. dull; choice,
Hj'.ilOe; extra choice, :o'rti'0.tc; fancy,
HVulic. Pe&chea, dull; cnolce. 64c; ex
tra choice, 6Vke; fanev, eVte. Kaialna, firm;
looe muscatel. 7 (btVc; choice to fancy
eeded. fWI'ic; London layers, B'i'&loVic.
NBW TOHK. March 8.-MKTAT.S
Iiod. I.T5. 4"opper steady; electrolytic,
nearby, f'Jt.4kirSi.M; June and later, 1.7.25
tfSJ.fti. Iron firm and unchanged. Tin
Blrong; atot. fB.tti hid. At Lonaon: Spot
copper. i9i IS; futui-e. X,'X: electrolytic,
1M. Spot tin, fIST; future. U8 :5s. Leai.
NEW YORK, March SL'OAR Raw.
firm: centrifugal, 6.3ix; molasses. 4.50c;
refined, firm. Sugar futuera were firm In
sympathy with the strength of the apol
market and at noon pricea were 2 to 5
point net higher on covering and re
newed demand from commission house
and trade interest.
f allaaaa Ulan Ip.
Pt Callahan, the Northwestern league
pitcher, who waa bought by the Oakland
club of the Pacific coast league, ha sent
in his contract.
Pirate Max Srkaeht. 1
The lttaburgh club has signed Pitcher i
Al rk-hacht, who played laat aeaaon with
the Jersey City club nf the International
a aa m a
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The Home of
Li LA6 If DODGE DOUGLAS
Delightful New Styles in Women's Apparel
llrjiroductiona of mul adaptations from tlio most charming and newest creations in Coats,
Suits, Dresses, Waists, Skirts. Kvery late development of fashion finds this store ready
with its most pleasing examples. There's a splendidly huge range, of styles and prices
and at each price you'll find superior quality and style individuality plainly evident.
; 1 Krf-'Kim
Many nobby Spring Styles In all
Greatly underpriced Thursday, we Include In. this
showing a very choice and widely varied assortment
of designs In fine Taffeta and Novelty Silks,
Georgettes. Crepes, etc.; values we are confident yon
will not find equalled in any other Omaha store.. .
$15 and $25
Hay den Famous for Silks
In our dayllRht Silk Section you will find tho silks that are In tlemanil for spring wear. The styles,
qualities and low prices will prove to you that we are headquarters for silks. Splendid north daylight
to inane yuur srircuunt.
20 Pieces 36-ln. All Silk Faille Francatse, In a good
line of street shades and black; a special value,
Yard-wide striped Chiffon Taffeta Silks, in a
wide variety of new styles and colors, J 1.2 5 value,
100 Pieces of New Tub Silks, satin stripes,, in two
and 3 -color combinations, that are beauties, very
suitable for ladies' blouses and men's shirts
at .78. 08t and $1.38
This is a special opportunity to
buy your Spring Ribbons at a big
No. 80, Taffeta Ribbons, per f
yard '. ; . ...... . . ."llC
Extra wide Moire and Fancy Rib
bons, worth up to 50c, at, nq
per yard 0
The finest Satin Taffeta Ribbon, x
tra wide for hat trimmings,
A special line of $1.50 Rib- nn
bons, at, per. yard.... HOC
Velvet Ribbons, at, per yard r
5c, 7c, 10c, ind 15c
A big Job of No. 5 Ribbons, at,
per yard . wC
7c -Lacea, -Per-Yard, Sic
Fine Vals and Torchon Laces, tor
underwear and children's dresses,
.edges and insertions, Ol -
at, per yard O 2 C
10c I .aces, at .V.
This is a great line of Vals. Torchons,
Venice, Shadow, Cluny and No'.tinz
ham Wash Laces; only, f"
at yard 3C
-' !i.V I.acett, at 15c.
A big line of Point de Paris and
Oriental 1-accs, worth up . 1 r
to 35c; only, at. yard IOC
Special counters of- Fine Lacec,
Thurs-o no. ci a
day at..7l VJ ft A
Best Strictly Fresh No
4S-lh. kacka beHt IllRh I i rail 4 Dlamon l
It Hour, limit. from the best se
lected No. 1 whtat. r.o.hlng finer
tor bread, plea or cake, sack, 91.40
10 bat real-'Kin-All. Ina non;! ' i r
' l.aumiry uueeii, i lie uauiniry
4 ini-Knitrj Ii.mik-mic Mu' uroin . . . e
cam till tarlnea Ic
Tall can Alunka :i luon 100
liupui iea bui ainri In olive oil. can 10c
1-lu. can Aaaoited Houpa. . . . ' . .'jO
No. 1 tana iSnlilen t'uiupkin. 11. mil. .y
til Sauer kraut T0
No. S cana I'ork and llean B'o
K. O. i'lini Flakes. ku 8o
W. l. '. or Kiinnl'le pkg Bo
b I'us. I', uili c Jiiiuii Klce t.a
ltrge bott'e Worcester Hauce, Pure
Tcmato I'ataup, Hicklea, aaaorted
kinilM. Horseradish or l're,ar..l
Muataid, lottle S'aO
Si os. Jar Pure Fruit Precervea, 80
28. ox. I'are Biraiued Honey tie
Yeast Kimra. pka 30
Mm l.areii'a 1't'fc.nut Hotter, lb., lte
l.'.ishey'a Hreakfast Cocoa, lb.. SOo
The beat Tea tiiftin;, lb lfle
l'ancy UoMen antoa Coffee, lb., too
ekixd Tnvrru fob toui ud
Diaa. pixs. liucii
l-siuv cleaned Currant, lb 1
im cv California 'ooklm H. ib 10a
Hart, Schaffncr &
Classy New Silk Suits
$29. 75, $35, $45 up to $85
$25, $35, $45 up
As a Thursday Special we are
offering nearly 1200 beautiful
Sample Tailored Suits in the
season's most approved tie
signs, colors and fabrics; in
belted, pleated or flare model
coats, also box and semi-tail
ored effects; every one a bar
Charming Ideas in
favored fashion and fabric in the season's most
le colors, an immense stork for selection; exeep
alues at every rieet ranging from $25.00,
5, ?35.00 up to $59.00
Coat Special at $10.00
frizes and colors, plain, plaids, checks,
Advanced Styles in
A charming assortment of designs for any and all
occasions, with satisfjing quality an assured fact
whatever the purse.' See. the many new styles at-"-
$2.95, $3.95, $4.95,
$6.95 to $15.00 '
Wool Di-eas Ciontls Selection.
50 kinds of All-Wool French Eplngles, In every new
street color and black, the proper spring weight.
All-Wool French Velours, in the nobby new blocks,
that are very popular, also plain colors, $1,98
Our new styles for made-to-order Skirts are now
ready, made by expert tailors and perfectly fitted.
Your choice of any material In our stock, for the
"v av sv - - wi aV k -nwr r
On display for your approval tomorrow. Over
2C0 unusually smart new . hats at this price.
Showing copies and adaptations of all the latT
est Paris patterns. Clever original creations by
this country's leading designers. Every new
Paris idea. Every new color combination. In
fact, more style and charm are combined in
these hats than has ever been known in trim
med millinery, at T $ 10.00
. I Eggs, First Quality,
Best Granulated Sugar,
t am y
. . .iavo
"California Mulr reaehea.
California Muaiatel Ilaislna.
Fancy l alitornia Mlver I'mnca. :b. 153
rancy i4.iiiur nia Jiuir ran rtt.i..j".
Fancy Seeded Itaiaina. pkar. 8lo-iali
('ndenaed Mince Meat. pkK o
Tiie best Lemon, Oraiiae or Ctiion
Heel. IU. , . .Oo
Imported .Fard ,late. lb. ...... ... .l&o
Any of the above in 10-lh. lot, lc
per pound off.
IIT1A BPXCIaZ. EldKLiVD MA.
TCL OKA STOPS AMD rLOalOA
OtATB TMVJT BAI.S TKUKS
DAT. 12. and . 150 aixe. Fancy lliRhland
Navels, Th ins-lay. dozen 85o
The fineat of quality fancy 64 Bis s
Florida Grape fruit, each 60
THS TZSITAIU MaMII Or
okaka fob tii rsorxs,
Street from tit fTOwer to th cob.
nan. Aa wa adeertt, o w 11.
li lb. twt Uliio Potatoes 3lo
Fresh Spinach, per peck tJO
laiire bum ho fresh Radishes. Tur
nips. Carrota or ciliaJlota .100
California Cauliflower, per lh...T
TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST-
Marx Clothes g
etc. Don't fail to see these bargains.
Thursday, dozen, 20c
3 large Soup Bunches jO
rancy Cucumber, each "loo
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, lb iilUe
Fancy Head Lettuce, per hd. So, TO
3 Hithuuse Leaf Iettuce lja
Wisconsin Cabbage, per lb...."' 10
'u "ri"i rrui5, lurnips or Par-
Fancy Fare Plant, each
Horacra.liali Hoot, per lb....
Freah Parsley, 1 bunches
fancy Ripe Strawberries','
Fancy Muslirootrs. box -
. . .as
. . .60o
1.0CO Boxaa lane rtnMil . w
Twig; Apple, to b sold Tkorsday.
The Klack Twig 'a one of the flneat
eating and cooking applea grown,
firm, sweet and Juicy. Thl car was
hipped fur us to sell for the
grower, r.t Baahtl Box 91.89
Special Meat Sale Thursday
No. 1 Fresh Pork Chor. lb.... 15V,
No. 1 hteer Pot Hoast. Ib 19 U
No. 1 t.-cr Rib Boil. Ib 8HC
No. 1 uteer Round Kteak. lb.. 1T-i
11. s. Hest laf Lard i....tf.
No. 1 Hack Bacon, lb lsUo
No. 1 Ihu tiai-on, lb 18Ve
We have m- r.ill I in. nt I.V.. K .,,.1
Salt Hill every day during Lent.
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