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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1916)
THE BKE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1916.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Pprlnj Wtft Sell Three Cents
Higher, but Old Wheat is a
Half Cent Lower.
BARLEY AND RYE ARE HIGHER
OMAHA, Msrch 10. H1.
Th wheat market m rather weak to
day, moot of the sale being made at a
H capl lower. Hprlnn wheat was In de
nnt and No, 1 spring wheat sold 3c
Cora waa steady, selling at unch
Pi-Ice, while a lew sslct wer ma
" 11 . t
:.T"" W T . ..- t
wiui mM cr m iea maae. ai j"v,-
y s price. Wi.v.
nrrnVc:Vh?-h. "ind floor eqti.1 to
1 mi Mi .... ii m hmhr r oats.
ffl ft K.ia.ha.1-,
ra .in. -v, . imM higher I
and mm imrhnncr.d to d lower.
Primary wheat recelpta were 1.0C8.0OO
bu. and shipment of 9f7,000 bu.. attainst
receipts of i4.O0O bu. and ahlpmenia of
fiso or-9 bu. lsst year.
Primary corn receipt were 4i,ono bu.
and hlpmens of 671,000 bu.. sgslnst re
celpta of 8M.OO0 bu. and shipment of
40.0rt bu. laat year. e
rrlmary oata recelpta were 42.000 bu.
and ahlpmenta of M, bu., aaalnat re
celpta of M,onft bu. and ahlpmenia of
1,121.000 bu. laat year.
CARUOT IIIX'KIITS. .
Wheat, lorn. ui
TkutaA aa1a Wtrl PeOOrted tOdaV!
Wheat-No. J hard winter: 1 car, II
No. I hard winter: 1 car. choice, ll.04;
S car. $1.03; 1 cars, $1.0. No. 4 hard win
ter: car. $1.01; 1 car. $1.00; 6 car,
ti m- ik r..r Mc. X'n. 1 antini: 1 car,
$1.16. No. 2 durum: I car, l.ui'. ro.
i durum: I car, $1 O0',4. .No. t durum,
1 car, $1.00; 1 car. Wo. 1
Kye No. 8: J-5 cr, 83c. Bampie: -,
Warley Hejected: t i car. r0c.
Corn No. 4 white: 1 car. tUVc; m cnra,
3'-; 1 car. 2'c. No. 6 white: 8 car. olK
3 cara. Mr. No. white: 1 Mo; 1 car,
c, 1 car. Mc; 1 car. fi.1c. Hample white:
1 ca.r, KUxc. No. 4 yellow: 1 car. twe; 'j.'ri
v- c nilnw. 1 vl cnra tUC. IN O
yellow: 3 rat. f.nc; 1 car, wc. cmmi".
low; I car. fc: 1 car, Mc; 3-5 car. Mc. 1
car. 62c: 1 car-. 61c; I car. 60c; 1 car 4Hc,
3 cara. 47c. No. 3 mixed; 2 car. fc-.Uc. I
car, Mc. No. 4 mixed: 1 car. 44Mc: 8 cars,
4c; cars. 34c; 9 cara. 63o; 6 cara, Si-,
1 car. &!.; 1 car, 61c No 6 mljj 1 cr.
3Hc; 1 car, 3c; 2 cara. C9Vc; 6 car. uc.
1 car. MHvNo. 6 mixed: 1 car. U: l
car (r-rv), c; 1 car -dry). 3'ic; 1 ca-, Mc.
J car. f.7c; 1 car. 65c; 1 car. !m- cars,
f4-. Sample mixed: 2 cars. 61c, 1 car.
6ic; 1 car, 4:c; I 3-5 car. 4c; car 3lc.
Oata-Htandard: 1 car. 4SHc Ng. S
i.i... ... M.iil1e for aced). 4;c; n-D
if. ',4c; 1
car. Humplfl wniie;
car. JAc: 2-5 car. .vie.
car. jkM: a-o car. .v . , .
r.ifiitfi.osH: No. l;rd i.oi04H: No. 4
Mrd. Wcil1.01'.: No 2 Mring. ,;L,Jn
No. S spring. $1.04fll.1I; No. 2 dimim. $1.00
No 4 durum. 9c4i$l.it. Corn: No
3 white. t4rt5c: No-
No. $ white. 67.'.!c:No ,,lV';11RoJ0M)f
No. $ yellow, WVtOTc: No. J, J"0;.."4,:
OV; No. 6 yellow. llc; No. yellow.
Chicaao closing prices, furnished The
i,hlbKKoJ.n . nrn.'giocl and grln
rnkera. South Sixteenth Bt
Article! Open. 1 High. I Iw
Close. I Yes y
1 12S 1 1HH
1 1111 HVA
1 io 1 1 r'-i
1 10W '4 1
l low l osl.
CHICAGO GRA1 AND PROVIION
Fratarra of the Trdl"g CloU
rrlcea on Boird of Trooo
CHICAOO, March 10. Hcantlnesa of
shipment to Kurope. from the Bouthetn
hetiuH.hcte tended today to strengthen
Khi.unl ealna corn, '0'lc. oats,
to e and provlxtons Hkm'.TVw.
Higher nuotatlona from Liverpool gax
tho flrt upward Impetus to the price of
wheat In Chicago, 'the chief reason as
e.irned for the .British vnc "
the forwari ling of supplies from Argen
i na had proved di.appotntlngly i;uiil.
It was explained that tho movement from
Argentina bad been hampered JV
run n?i,r 7 .hiwul
f.and in country mills and 'valor,
lit rallies which took place lit the
AHil nmrart were r.,?alia'nd oil
i.i,i:,h advicea from Auatralla ana 011
woit fr.m the Atlantic seaboard that
rUrt buying had been """Z'Ltl wln
Hullleh crop report. L V evoUini
1er state counted also wrd cok (
C 7X1 par'TiVlVd I the action of corn. East
ern demand was fair.
i 11.50. Pork: jzi wyiJ..
"."' l?6;!-celots. 16.949 case.:
uruiiim f ,,.,. -
xii..ner.a and oaaova. uiiwa.
r-OCLKAUvt-higher; fowl.. 1740;
spring. 15c. ' (
lanetoHs Grala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. March 10-WHEAT-MVvi
i.iaT .u; J'y. , Il lg'i-H.
cah: No. 1 hsrd. $11M: No. 1 n"',"";
1 1341.1: N northern. $1.W
r LOCK i nrnn.
' HYK S7'-iC.
CUHN-No. 8 yellow. 74S7o-ic.
. (UTS-Vo. 8 white. 40ii-ivA4C.
. i'L.XBEl-:I-$2 le2-84Vl.
liaosti City Grala aa ProvUloa.
KANSAS CITY. March 10.-WHRAT-N
bard. $!.06il .11; No red, JI.OMif
1.12: May, $1.03: July. $1.0BH.
CORN No. 2 mixed. Wc; No. 2 white,
r.v.iiic; No. 2 yeilow. &!:; May,
OATS No. 2 whit. 4HVi4uxc; - No. I
Liverpool Grata Market.
IJVKRPOOL March 10. WH EAT
Spot. No- 1 Manitoba, 14 8d; No. 2 hard
winter, gulf, lit Wd; No. 2 red weetern
V inter. Va. ,
' rt N i-pft American mixed, new, 11
FIXC It Winter palenU, 47.
. -."11 t H .
No. 3 white. 4.ii40Vto; No white. Wrt-
No. 2.' 84V.irsVc; no. a,
the wheat maraei. 11;.
uuence values closed frlm at to W
net Advance, with May $l.ll, and July
tl.io.. Other leading staplea, tou, all
. .n.,i.it acarcuy OI veaaei". ' " "
expire", here and at Duluth
o be rcaelllnc becauae of Inability to
obtain railroaS cara. Another clement
which Influenced a temporary reaction
."' j...k was a.auuuie-
Co it received go'" support owing in
the ua'n siantlonal aAvancts in the
! ,.r.i l.r boV Resides, rece pis were light.
Ln. oHbw5 u wore for a continued tt-
it f aiuht on ac.
.-0un? It ti e oxhauSlng
the availab" domestic supply of Iok.
put pavilion, on the lump. l
" .r r-Jih Prices Wheat: No. 1
, din-ago Caitn ""T ' , . . j...
k?? fhTia- So S white, 41V414,e: atan
. 4V i-a fliL. ltvf So. 2. Mc. Barley:
lKlaalll lh'UC :
lKc 'at mark case Included. WBWVfcc.
4lOTTOF.S Higher; recelpta. i cara,
Mconsln. MSnnesota 'f;ko,"'.sw1,,:
Jc4i$1....; Michigan., white,
fct Lnoala Gmxla Market
tT lM'IS. Mo., March 10.-WHEAT
No 2 red. 91.1wtl.l9; No. 2 hsrd nominal;
Mnv. $l.w'; July. $l.7'i&l.t't.'
i'wP.v-No. J. T'iSc; No. 2 .bite, T2'4c:
ly. 75't: July. 750.
iiATS-No. t nominal; No. S white,
OMUI4 RRir.H4l. MUKET.
Price for Prod a r
by Omaha f)ealer.
BCTTFR-N'o. 1 cresniery. In rartons,
83c; No. 2. 90c; In tuba, Ut.
POULTRY -lien. 14c; roosters. 8'V:
youn roosters, UtrHc: ducks, Vic;
geei IIc; tuikevs. 17tlc per pound.
4TH FK.Sc. Imported Swiss. 44c; ilom'i
tic. M' ; fclorl:. r; twin. I'V; daisies, 20:-;
tilplel, 2iir; yning America, 22c: blue
lahel brick. 2r; lltnhurger, ;2c; Imported
French llni.iefnrt, 88
OYSTKKH C..ew , per k1.: Stand
ards, ( I 2f ; select. II GO; amall standards.
Ji 1 .-sonnet n. per Kai.: manrmnls. II. 4.V
aelect. $1.); counta, $1.95; i:lue Point.
'" ll- .
! iMi-rrcan. per to.: t'htrin, 17c; iial-
"ul. aalmon, 17 Vic; red snapper, 14o;
l.ln. lc liflMO lli'rtt.l.- r .uTitA. 1 1 ...
black tuiaa. l'ioA.c: cr.mMe. ii'VMHi
flolIn(0ra. 12c. Frown, lb: Halibut
'lie; herring. r.Vii'; trout. 19c: wi.lte.Hf
I10 '! M'mon, Xfllc: pickerel. 7tfic; pike,
r" lb Whi-. Mr Kip-
T,C"' -iiiiun, in, r uiiiau una
, lea Vti'
i C'KLKKY-Per do , mammotli, !Vc
. ( wKl-l'rr w, mimniotii, W; ma
jdlim. floe; amall. 4.ic.
riKKF CUTS No. 1 rlba. lHe; No. J
rlba, c; No. I riba, 14c; No. 1 loin..
22V; No. 2 lolna, 21c; No. 3 lolna, Idc;
No. 1 chiicka, loc; No. 2 chucka, lOVfcc;
No, X chucka, lo'c; No. l round 14'c;
No. 2 rounta. 14c; No. t roumla, 14c;
No. 1 platea, V(rc; No. I platea, Vo; No.
' Fruit and exetabla prlcea furnlahv) by
Olllnaky fc Co.:
FKl ITS Oranirea: Sunklat, 4a, ,
2.2Ti box; Hunklat, 12a, 13 (Vi hoi; ITi.a,
1 e, 324, $1.64) t ox; Ufa, .0 8, HJS box; l.'Oa.
13 28 box: :ia, 2IRa, Zm, U ,S I ox. Umiini:
'Jolden Howl, , 3rn, f,.iv box: H Iver
f ord. 14 60 box. (Jrapefruit: J'a. 2.7S box;
la, 1126 box; HOa, $.176 box; 4 a, i. box;
Ha, $1,141 box; 9a, 12fl, f.1.00 box. Grape,
.Wkti.1 kea. ftananaa: Midliim alxn
bunrhea, .Wa.ii hunch; medium alze
Jumlto, 2.(i2 25 bunch; regular alxe
Juml-o, IJ.ritiJi2.7ri bunch; extra lnrite
Jumboa, tr3.2S bunch; Mammoth
Jimhna, n.xjfJ 7o burn h.
VlOKTA BL.K.H Onlona: Red yellow, .V
lb.; Hpaninh. I2.r crate. Rhubarb. t'O)
box. t aullf lower, $1.00 crate. I.ett'ice, $.mi
ioxcn. Briiancl aprouta. 2'C lb. Cabhaaa
j,, j0 J'eppera. Son baeket. Old bci.lH,
carrot, turnip. parnlpa, rutahrna,
jc b. ; new le,-i, carro a, turnips, pardny,
160c doxen. Celery; California. nOc doxen;
Florida, and 6 doxen crate, $J.7;
I Florida, lx doxen crate. $2 f0 crate.
'tnlon els: Yellow, $:i.."i0 bunliel; red
f3.( huliel; white, 18.60 bushel. Potatoes:
Montana, $1.10 bushel; Colorado White,
$I.10 bualiel: Med Hlver Ohio. $1.40 buihel.
iBncetpntatoe: Mclnware, $1.75 hnmper;
valirornla, $I.iA nate,
M ISCHI.IN ROUS Honey: Comb, $1.7
crate. Alilne, 24-6 ox, $I.S caac. Pate,
figs: Drum date, $2 76 box; fard datea,
I2r lb.; rtuffed datea, $1.76 box: new fig',
H-10 elxe, box. popcorn: No. 1. rli ,
4V.o lb.; -tO-l lb., packKKt a, $.'0 case. Pea
nut, nut: I'eanuis, No. I, raw, ti'to lb.;
roaet, o lb.: Jumbo, raw, 8V4o lb.; Jiimlwi,
roaatcd. imc. Filbert, l.'ic lb.; pecan.
U'ic lb ; pecan, Jumbo, 17V.c lb.; mixed
nut. 16c lb. cranberrle. $12.0) bbl. Cidor.
APPI.CP Hen Iavl. nociiters In bar
iel 1.i 0 bbl.; Hen Iiavla, other vsrlntiei.
tn barrel. $160 hbl.; Hlnck Hen Davis,
$1.80 box: r.on Davln, Mm ho, box;
Home Ilea uty, 9'a and larger, $1.75 box;
Home Lenuiy. 126a and amaller, $1.60 box;
V. XV. Pearma:n, Colorado, $1.74 box;
extra fancy Wine Maps, $-.& box: lows.
State Urccnlhgs, $1.0 box;
Biack, $2.u0 box.
SKW YORK (iKMEIIA I
Qaotatlona of 4h Day on Various
NRW YORK, March 10.-KIiOfR-
f Irm : No. t
fl.r; No. 2 hard. $l.iM4: No. 1 northern,
I'ulu.h. l 85 "orthrn.
-Mnnltoba, $l.4it4, f. o. b New
Future, steady; May, $l.li!)i.
CORN HMit, firm; No. 2 yellow, Mff 1
Mac, c. I. f., New York. I
OATH Hpot, firm: standard, EOe. j
HOPH Quiet; state, common to choice, :
mi6, l'il!-); iu, oyc; Pacific coaat, W1B,
12i !!; 1914, (UrilOc.
H1DKS Firm; Bogota, S3(fWlc; Centrat
L.ISATHF.R Firm; hemlock first. 3.18
34c: seconds, 82itt3c.
PROVIHIONS Pork, strong; me,
23.6t)cM.OO; family, $22.6u4t4.6; short
clenra, $2l.6rQ24.0O. Beef, firm; meai, )i7.01
fU.i.O; fumlly, $1S..'4V'1 .50. Lrd, firm;
middle wet, 8)1 1 .OCj 11.15.
TALLOW-Firm: city. SV4c: country.
I 1'UlTi.K-r.asier, receipt, 6,471 tubs;
i: I r"l 1 1 1 r I J I'aun-, U'U 1 t . .. a. tr' k, ' - 1
CHIiKHK Firm; receipts, l,wJ bozea;
stste. whole milk, flata. held, colored.
specials, lsc; same, white, 17c; same, col-
ured, average rancy, j i i . c ; same,
white, 174ic; flats, current make, special,
17'ic: nie, average run, 17c.
Kaas Cnaettled; receipts. 18. KW case I
freeh gathcrml, extras, 24Vi?i-uc; extra
firsts, 21c; first, 22'kU-MHc; seconds, HI 14
POUITRY Dressed, steady; unchanged
live poultry firm; chicken, ltl'17c;
broiler, ;'u.'2c; fowl, ltc; turkey, 2u
of fee Market.
NRW TORK. March lO.-COFFKIJ-The
market for coffee future opened at an
advance nf 1 point to a decline of $ point.
There seemed to be quite an active 0e
niand from domestic trade interest a
well as considerable covering at ti e start,
but buyers were supplied by scattered
selling which tame partly from Kuropoan
sourcea ami the- volume of business soon
tapered off. Price showed eompnatlvely
Utile change until well along in the after
noon wlien offerings seemed to Innreago
Slid the market eased off to 8.0'c for Mny
and 8.140 for September. Mexican affnl-a
were not much dloued around the rtn t
gs a-market factor, and the late selling
waa most generally attributed to realis
ing. The eloa was 8 to 7 point net
lower. Hales. 3I.M bag; March, it.tto;
April, 8.00c; May. 8.06c; June, .o.ic; July,
.0Hc; Auguat, 8.10c; September. 8.13 ;
Oi-tober, 9.1io; November, k.pjc; Iiecem
ber, a2;io: January, 8.27c; February, 8 Kl'.
Hpot coffee, steady; lllo 7a, 9u-c; Santo
4. loic. Coat and freight offer wera
The official rabies showed an advance
of 1-lHd In Bio exchange on I-ondon. with
the Rio market 76 ret higher and Santo
Kvo,raed Apple sad IJrle Pralt
NFTW YORK. Mauh 10. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market, dull and nominal:
fancy, StMftic; choice, fClc: prime. rV4tn
tc. Prunea. firm; California, 4fliy4c;
DRIED FRCITS Apricot, steady;
choice, KirTl0c; extra choice, lOVOV;
fancy, 1lV,tlJc. loaches, steady; choice.
f.ic; extra choice. MiC; fancy. e.
Raisins, firm; loose muscatel, 7jTc;
choice to fitney, seeded, 7IU'7So; Ixindort
luerH, h'Mil lO'.c.
Oil and Koala.
SAVANNAH. Oa March 10. TCR
PENTINE Market firm. 4!H'494c; aalea,
211 bbl.; receipt. 27 bbl.; shtpnwuta.
373 bbl.; stock. 9,729 bbls.
ROSIN Market firm; sle.
receipts, J bbls.; shipment,
stock, 84.619 bbl. Quotation:
D. . 85,10: E. F. O. 11. 1. $5.20
M. $6 40: N. ti.4iJ.iS.60: WO,
A. B, C.
; K, $8.$o;
Dry l.ood Market.
NEW YORK. March 10.-DRY GOODS
'otton Koods were firm today. Leading
lines of blue ahlrtlng have been with
drawn from sale. Kid finished cambric
kave been priced on a basis of 7o a
varJ without regard to coata of gray
cloth, but aublect principally to the cost
of colors, requited. Wool markets were
quiet, but steady, at top values.
NEW YORK. March W.-SCQAR-Ra w,
firm; centrifugal. 6.39ct molasses, 4 die
Refined, firm. Sugar futurea were firm
and quite active on buying for outaida
account and continued support from trad
Imereata. At noon prices were 8 to 4
YEARS AND WANT DIVORCE
Even thirty-eight year of wedded bllsa
failed to cement the live of Matt I aad
Solomon Snider, who are prlnclpala in a
divorce action filed Friday afternoon tn
Mra. Snider seeks th separation. She
recites in her petition that they were
married in Kearney, Neb., in lt.7j, and that
In inn he deserted her and lias not since
contributed to her support or In any way
undertaken hi duties aa a husband.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Light and Trade ii
Slow at Steady Pricei Lambs
Slow and Lower.
HOGS TWENTY TO QUARTER UP
OMAHA, March 10. 191.
Receipts ware: CsttK Hog. Sheep.
Official Mnndav 9 l.'i 8 9.472
(Mflrlal Wednesday .. S.991
Official Thuradav . 5.6..1 n.:"7 U.C!
'Ktlmate Friday l.:)0o 10,i
Five dnva llila week. 31 112
tin, .in j
Pame day laat week..2".,M5
Same day ) w'ka ano. 27.07.1
fame dya S w'ka aco.21.MA
Hm da 4 w ka ai0..74i
Name daya laat year. . .2341-3
Th. ll I .-1.1- w ..-
n, ,.1.1 . . V'" V."h
of cattle, hogs, and aheep at the .Omaha .
Live Hoick market for the year to date
as compared with laat veax:
101. 1S15. Inc. Dec.
Cattle 2T6.SM 11,1S2 K,Tt
Moma 1.8H2 70.: 2Jl,04i
Sheep 47,m 6.0,li W.l
The following table ahowa the average 1
prices or nogs at the Omaha l.ive hiock
market for the laat few Uys, with com
pnrlaona: t Lj.!"1- JJW6.jWI4.llaU.ll912J1911.lUIO.
Feb. 26.1 (llitlio) ( i iJ0T 982
Feb. 26 8 Mi I 4fi ii, t 02. M
Feo. m. IH liilMtM - '
Feb. . 8 tl 8 M $ ia 8 ll a '
Jr'eo. W. 9 1 fe 1
Men. t. l. M i -ju, l. vii 47
Moh. 2. $ 6:.W 4 8 ZRi S 6 3 9 M
Mch. t. 8 42 8 M 30 9 78 W
Mch. 4 I ivc,, 4 4, 1 M g 3Ji a y ?6
Alcii. r J s i7 8 Jbl ifi t) i M
An h. 1.' 9 1 II 2 9 4n ii M 9 79
Mch. 8.1 8 PK' .I 6 64 9 52 6 M 9 7l 9 7S
Mch. 9. 1 9 13X $ 7 8 8o t W 9 86
el. n ' a a 8i 1 0 ioW -i
Itecelpta and diaposltlon of live stock
at the I nlon atoca yards. Omaha, for
twenty-four hours unulng at 3 o'clock p.
n u .
U' 1 .1.
Cattle. Hog. Hheep. Il'r s.
.vnKmiurl I'nriric! ...
C. 4k N. W., east..
O. a N. W., west..
C, HI. &l. A O..
C, H. Ac Q weal..
C, it. 1. At P., cast
C. R. I. & P., went
Chicago til. west..
Total receipts 4 im
JVIHt.UoITIO.N II fc.Au.
Cattle, lloga. Hbeep.
Morris & Co
wirt Co 1
Cudahy Packing Co...
Armour & Oo
Hchwarti ft Co ,
J. W. Murhy
K. II. Iewla
Huston A C ,
J. JI. Root Co
F. O. Kellogg ,
Werthelmcr at Drgen,
Hoth' hlld Krebs..,
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co..
linker, Jones A, fl....
Jenn A l.ungren ....
CA'i Tl.ft Receipts were moderate,
forty-six- cara being reported In.
leaves the total for the week at 81.112
head, which Is the largest of any recent
week and larger than a year ago by al
most 9,000 head.
The trade, aa I apt to be the case on
Friday, waa a little slow, but with re
ceipts so light pretty much everything
wa cleaned up In good season. Prices
pa d were generally Heady with yester
day, the week' advance of liiifJoo on
killer being maintained.
Feeders were alao ateady with yester
day, aa well a with a week ago. The
beat heavy beeves here today were good
enough to bring $9.16, with yearling steer
a no. neirera ai f.w.
Quotation on cattle: flood to choice
beeves. $8.764.9.28: fair tn aood heevea.
r. 806$. 70; common to fair beeves, $7.2."H
26; good to choice heifers, $7.00U7.k5;
good to choice rows, $6.76017.60; fair to
good ows, $.0CK(i8.7S: common to fair
cows, $4.60'ff6.76; good to choice feeders,
J7.7F4.8.20: fair to good feeders, $7. 36
7.70; common to fair feeder. $.5O4f7.30;
good to rholcg Mockers, $7.78.26; stock
heifer. $i.3&ft-7.60: stock cow, S5.75.7o:
stock calve. X.oOifa.oO: veal ealve. $7.26
10.00; bulls, stag, etc, $j.25(U.75.
A. ft, N. At. Pt.
l7t I 00 Ml 9 40
val 9 I
H I !tt
1120 8 ri
..ixie i 96
..U' 8 M
..1441 9 00
Ui I It
HTKKrtS AN1 HEIFERS.
M T (0 T 16 I 44
1 V 10.1 9 U
9M $ h an
I. ........... M 4 7 t.
I... IAS 6 I 4.
..114 4 M
..1111) 4 Ti
..)! 1 M
..10M T 10
..lis T M
..1244 T M
I ...11.90 I uO 4
1 M 111 I
4 lino t 00
9 M 4 34 I
t ION t 4il
I Itt IIS I
'.. 441 10 44
i Ml T Ml 3
3 lilt. 1 It
1 7M I 74 I
I .111 K 1
1 I J,", 1
1 US t M t
I IlkM t 15
1 54 T M 1
1 414 7 ill 1
4UI 1 15 1
14 411 I 0l 1
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t 7 i m i.....
4. ,. mi iw t
9 ,416 1 4t
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.404 3 29
.114 t K
.! 1 M
.1410 1 1J
. tit T 74
, 1S9 9
, 9T.9 114
tit It ot
Tl 7 i
HOGS Receipts were smaller than on
raoei recent fTiuays, the dav a supplies
being eatimated at 1H7 car, or lO.vOO head.
The total for the weok to date I (.4rt4
head, aa agalnat 63,3:12 a week ago, 78,Ss)
mo wreas ago ana M.t-si a year ago.
Today a hun market nmved la he fh
climax of the week' advance, when price
ipoh, an upturn or ruuy iuiasbo. Shippers
led off buying hog an about a SOc
ntsher baal and be fore the close bad
paid a flat quarter higher for a good
many hogs. Their purchases amounted
to more than hair the recelpta, and in
cluded good heavies as liUli as $9.65. a
flat 25a hlxher than yesterday's top, and
the blithest price paid since WiO.
The packer market waa In many way
a repetition of Thursday . Buyers were a
little Inclined to hang back on earlv
rounds, hut got Into action lu good sea
son, paying nice mat were at least
wa higher, and looked a auarter hlxher
in many cases. They bought all grade
readily with tne exception or some or the
und-irwelght and rommoreat mixed ho
and a fair ort or clearance had been
made long before 10 o'clock.
Tba atmeral market waa active at an
advance of ,2"V-c. Bulk cf all the sale
was made at 2619.50. although tn
were a good many load or underweight
scattered on down to $9.uo. As noted auov
the top reached $9.65.
Current values are eudjiioe nigner tnan
the close of last week, i nd g5c above
March l. while they are i.o niKtier tnan
at any time ainre the spring and slimmer
of 1910. when price were the hlgiient in
the history or ine yams, jmosi or mis
advance was cored on record breaking
supplies, although receipts nave Deen
generally moderate since n mat oi una
At. . IT.
... 4 40
It t U
... t 44
99 t 41
... 9 4
... 9 M
... 9 to
... 9 44
M ! 8u I ' -
Ii m . . tw I'
ll ! 99 9 1 9.,
W. IM It I It 44.,
71 il 14 t 19 W
Tt SO 44 9 95 41..
14 14 ... IW M.
U . 99 9 Ift .
II tut ... 4 M ' ST.,
79 9t 9 4 97..
149 ... 9 19 .
SH EEPAdded ' te th
supply wer bout eight load held from
Thursday, which meant that more than
forty-fiv cara wer on al all told.
Packer with uch a liberal supply at
their disposal were very alow about tart
ing out. and finally tgan by talking
ike, lower. Ufcht or moderate run at mai
other polnle and fairly encouraging ad
vliie from outside markets Influenced
sellers to k fully steady prices, and the
retull was that practically nothing
ai ne u.it.. rn-. -
wtien movement finallv stTt-d It waa
I extremely diaggy.at price that were
anything from ateady to 10c or poa.
alhiy a little more lower. Home of the
bet handywelaht lamba moved In Thurs
day' notche. but In a treat many caaeb
deillnca of from a nickel to a much
a 1.V were noted. Aa hlxh aa $11 lj was
p:ld for aeveral hunchea of the beat Mex.
lean, while bulk of the decent to good
oiterlna moved around $10 .Va10 . A
hlfrh aa $10.7a wa paid (or a dealrable kind
of hiMtinx lamb.
The aupply of ewe waa comparatively
Inrger than on nioat day of the week,
and the market wa a little late In atait
lia Once the lamb atarted to Bell, how
ever, trade In aged eto' k tuok on a fair
dearce of aclivily, and a good une of
the dealrable ewe bad old In reasonable
aeaaoii at about ateady price. Hulk of
the aocd to choice ewr continued to ell
at $f). QQtiH. 26, the latter price being paid
. . r- ln.ut . uln t ... I 0 H' I L i I nlnlti t r Hu.
I cent 1'i'd are o iotnble at 37.2.Va3.0O.
Quotation on ahecp and lamba: Inib.
aonii to choice, im.n'111,1 b; lamb fair
"-".d $10 10 S.".: lamb, fall clipped.
$! TOT 10.00: lamba, frr ah clipped. $".7fi9
! ?R' vearllnir. fHlr tn choice, llcht. 11. ',
ajl'.no; yearling, fair to choice, heavv.
r-'ru-.m, u .T., "ir l" ni" w, i . . ,
irO; ewes, nood to choice, fS.i&8.2C; ewes
, . , n,,.
. . 70
I!2 Mexican lamb
I Mexican lamb
214 fed lamba
JS0 fed ewe
6i i fed feeder lamba
CHICAGO I.IVK STOCK
Cattle Steady Hog:
CHICAOO. March 10.-CATTL.E-Re-
cetpts, I.OilO head: market ateady; native
beef steers. rT.&Oii'O.SO; western steer. J7.il!
ft 9.46; Blockers and fceiers, $S.8Mi80":
cows and heifer. $3.50gi.4O; calves, MM'ti
1 1 1 W 1 M neetni 1 7 fKV heart- mnrket
wesk at 26o advance; hulk of sales, $.gn
10.00: liaht. $! JKttlO.OO
; mixed, I9.-j1! Pl.Oo;
heavy. $9. ",;a 10.10: rough. .$l.60'oO.7U; pigs
SHEKP A NO LiAMHS Iteceipts. i.'"J
head; market firm; wether. M.2i90;
ewes, $H.0.yuS60: lambs, $9.60'b 11.50.
St. I.ools I.le Stock Market.
ST. TjOUIS. Mo.. March 10. CATTLE
Receipts. 1,000 head; market ateady;
native beef steers, $7.SOi.60; yearling
steers snd heifers, $S.wr(i!.50; cow. $r.W
.OO; atocker and feeder, $66a'7,;
Texas and Indian steers, tl.25Si4l.00; cowh
and helfera, $4.000.00; native calves, $ti.00
H'MlS Receipt, 7,400 head; mnrket
higher: pigs and llghla, $700410.00; mixed
and butchers, $9.7Oti70.O.'.; good heavy,
HUBKH AND LAMBS Recelpta, 1,000
head: market higher; yearling wether,
$K.OO(8'.0.00; lambs, $3.00'&il.60; ewes, $(i.50
' Kansas City Lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo, March 10 CAT
TLli P.ecelpts, 400 head; market higher;
prime fed steers, $9.2iVf9.60; dressed beef
steers. $7.75t9.16; western steers, $7.5(0.26;
Mockers . and feeders, iHJfVud.ftO; bulls,
$6.75417-26: calves, $6.5Orail.0O.
11 ( )G3 Receipt. 4.800 head: market
higher; bulk of galea. $0.5tr7t.76; heavy,
$w.ta.7r; packers and butcher. $9.ti04j
9.70; light. $f.60-a9.B6: pig. $7.6ty(r9.00.
SHEKP ANI LAMHS Receipts, 400
head; market ateady; lamba. $10.orc11.2.":
yearlings, $9.2.Vq lO.UO; wether, $7.75'i!j'S.50;
' Slonz City LI to Stock Market.
SIOTTX CITY. Ta.. March 10. CATTLK
Receipts, 800 head; market steady: na
tive steers. $7. 25(805: butchers, $j.T5'b.2;
bulls, stag, etc., $fi.O0frrl.00.
HOflS Receipts. 7.00O head; market 10
(526c higher; heavv. $9.50i!r9.6r; mixed, $9.35
9.60: light. $9.2&i9.35; bulk of sales. $9.35
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 600
head; market steady; lamba, $9.00(10.85.
St. Joseph Lire Stock Market
ST. JOSEPH, March 10. CATTLE
Receipts, 600 head: market steady: steers,
J7.MKg9.60; cows and heifers, $4.&0&S.50;
HOGS Recelpta, 2,500 head: market
higher; top, $9.70; bulk of sales, $9.30
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 10.000
head; market steady; lambs, $10.5011.00.
1 Stock la "Igrkt.
Tfcecelpts of live stock at the flvo prin
cipal western markets yesterday: -
cattle, nog. Bneep.
4,500 46,200 17,800
War Time Bakers
To Be Honored with
(Correspondent' of the Associated Press !
LONDON. Feb. 29. The new town hall
of Allenstetn In East Prussia i to be
sculptured with memorials of th rla't
of the Russian during the early stage i
of the war. The invading force entered
tho town on August 27, 1914, and retired
on the following day.
Early on the morning of the 27th the
Russian general requisitioned 120 tons cf
bread from the Inhabitant to be delivered
Immediately. Alt the '. bakeries In thj
town were set to work, and worked day
and night. A the baker had fled th
baking had to be done by member nf
other tradea. and . bv tba woman. Tn all I
the houaea, . a well, bread wa . being
baked all day.
Scene from thl episode are to orna
ment tho new hall and to remind the clti
ien ot their danger and of th heroic
way In which they met It. In the center
of the hall there la to be erected a
colossal figure of Field Marshall von
Hindenburg In granite, clad . in armour
and holding a double-handed gilt qword.
Rejected for Army,
Now Hero of Hour
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
PARIS. Feb. 29.-The hero of the hour
in Franc is George Guynemer, a young
airman, who has just brought down hi
sixth enemy machine and who wear the
Military Cross, War Crosa and th Le
gion of Honor In token of hi bravery.
It ta stated that Guynemer was four
times refused for tba army on medical
grounds. On hla fifth attempt h
aqueexed through the regulation and
wa accepted for th air corps. He
quickly showed much aptitude and
within a few weeka had become so Pro
ficient that he wa placed In charge of
a single-seated monoplon fitted with a
machine gun. I
Th nwDDera describe Guynemer ai i
"a quiet, modeat, pleasant-faced boy of 1
20, who sees in these aeilal combats only
a aerie of ordinary- episode." In an in- !
tervlew he told a French Journalist: "My j
work I very amusing. It is Just
potting rabbits you fire, ' Bunny 1
he drop. It I really quite easy."
BUT FIVE NEW CASES OF
SCARLET FEVER REPORTED
Oliver Markln, it year of age. resid
ing at 2570 Leavenworth street, died
Thursday evening of tcaiiet faver - at
City Emergency hospital.
Th following flv new case hav
been reported to the health offic:
Alice Ayers. 1409 North Eighteenth.
Beverly Maddox. 923 South Twenty
fourth. Torn Culleii, 8027 Emmet.
Harris Case. '17 1-Yanklln.
Marsh, 4301 Redman avonu.
Ho Need Wot
viiOPNIX. AH.. March 10. After de
riding there wa a possibility that Walter
Kermeen' was insane, the slate Board of
Pardons and Parole commuted hi acn-
I tence late today to life Imprisonment.
Kermeen w as a. ntenced to be hanseii ta-
morrow at Horenc penitential)
From Our -Near Neighbors
Kprlagf leld. . ,
"ortre fJpeedle or Nelct(rli i vtittn?
here with hi father and mother.
Mr. YlfaJt waa called to Omaha Monday
by the aerloua lllnea of hi molh'r
When he arrived hla mother wa dead.
Jame rt Nicholson I very 111 xnd Utile
hope of hla recovery t enteitalnei.
Paul Krambeck of Fairfax, . R. D.r la
here on a vllt.
Mr a. IM Hyer 'of T.yon. is visiting
Mr. and Mr. J. B. Nlcholeon.
Mr. and Mr. Sheldon Hubbard have
been vipltlng friends In Norfolk.
Ml Clnra Mlnturn spent Sunday with
The blah school debating- team will de-
.bate with Schuyler next Thuraday cven-
Carl Swanson of Wauaa vialtnl th
family of his brother. Frit, the fore part
of the week. '
Carl Frank of Mldvale was here Tues
day calling on his friends.
The school board elected the following
rcw teachera for the coming year:
i M!e Alilne Smith cf Bellevu? and
Ruth Peter of Omaha, aitants to tho
superintendent, and Mis Katherlne ilde
for the Intermediate department, and
:Mis June Powers for the kindergarten.
Mr. and Mr. John McHrid re back
from two month' visit to the Pacific
Haxclctt Nicholson of Seneca and S.
P. Nicholson of Mason. Neb., ate herv
at the bedside of their father, who la
l ne A voc minstrels gve ineir enter-
l ""'ii'i bi istrriiii lurniiy cvciiiiia.
Mls.e Irene and Ruth Jones of Wecp-
I Ins Water vere visiting relatives here
Nels Sogard end family were here from
Weeping Water Sunday.
The Peru Glee club will give an enter
tainment here next Monday night.
John Ii. Busch and family will leave
this week for Wichita, Kan., where they
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruhge of Nelson
were visiting relative here thla week.
Mrs. James Btisklrk and children sre
here from Rogers for a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Belts.
Mrs. W. A. Hollenberger visited at Ber
Mrs. James McFarland of Sumner la
spending the week with relative and
Miss Katie Schomaker of Nehawka is
visiting her Bister,' Mrs. William Wulf.
Mrrdames A. E. Baahford and E. " C.
Nutsman were, Weeping Water visitor,
Mr. E. O. Spencer and son were here
this week from Talmago for a visit with
relatives. . -
Mr. Charles Woodson and ton of Coun
cil Bluffs were over Sunday visitors here.
Mrs. F, W. Ruhge and Mrs. William
Morley spent Wednesday at Omaha.
Mrs. J. II. Schmidt and daughter, Lena,
are here from Yutan.
Born to Mr. and Mr. L. J. Lane,
March 1, a daughter."
C. E. Butler and family,., moved here
from Elm wood. Tuesday.
C. B. Andrua, malll carrier on- Route 1,
w a taken suddenly with an attack of
appendlcltua, Sunday and waa taken to
Lincoln Monday for an operation.
MIbsps Oereke and Butler entertained
the Phllathea clasa of the Congregational
Sunday school, Monday evening.'
Bert McNamee haa been-called to Falls
City to take the foremanshlp of a bridge
gang, in the employ of tho Missouri Paci
fic. The T. H. Hobbs fsmlly moved Wed
nesday from near Berlin, to the Arthur
Wiles farm west of town.
Mr. John W. Carter vlstited her mother.
Mrs. Otte, at Wabash, Thursday.
Miss Stella Wledeburg "viBitea at Wy
oming, Neb., Sunday with her sister,
Mr. E. J. Moser and son of Fall City
visited over Sunday at the home of her
mother, Mr. Emma Barry.
Mr. O. T. Leyda of DuBol. Neb., vis
ited thl week at the home of her
parent. Mr. and Mr. T. L. Wiles.
Mr. nd Mr. John McKay have gone
to Lander. Wyo.. for a week' vllt with
their ion Charles.
Th election of teacher for the next
year haa been partially completed by
I HI MJW WWJ
B ,1 i Hill r- - i.reywn I M l 11 v in I I it
Bright, Hew, Snappy Styles
Ladies, tince the new Novelty Co. is now prepared
to show you one of the best selected stocks of "Ready-to-Wear,
High Art Tailored Garments" with the full
assurance that they excel anything ever sold or
handled by the old firm in the past, we will feature
thee high grade suits, formerly sold from $25.00 and
$37.50. The selection is great. Come, see. They're now
on sale at- ,
$2.5.00 and $27.50
Coats in the new chic Jaunty Models in all the
latest colors and designs and are worth $12.50 and
$20.00, go on sale now
$7.95 and $9.95
cc:,:e Asa see csa beautiful hilhsert display
Under New Management.
BERNSTEIN 4 KRASNE, Successors. 214-216 N. 16th St.
fgmmmmmmmmKmmMmmmKmmmmmtiK .ijimlm a iiuuiiiujiii nm null
I f us r -sub,,-
f t 9 1 1 . ..
ihe lucai hool board. Those namod are
T. V. Truman, superintendent ; Pearl
Hummel, .Mabel Murtcy, Joephlne Hitch
man, Klnora Oordon, Vera Baldwin, Hen
rietta Butler. Mildred Hart and Mrs.
Anilrcw Olsen. hss bought the Frank
Day "eighty" Just north of town.
Born to Mr. and Mr. Otlo Lau March
I, a daughter.
Mr. (Marence Lau of Sutherland, Neb.,
la viHitlng at the home of Mr. and Mr.
Fred Lau. - ,
Glen Condron came home ill laet week.
Miss Mildred Turk of Omaha spent the
week-end with Margnrt Holdswnrth.
Mrs. Davis of Fremont spent Thursday
with her su.'er. Air:. Warner.
Mr. nnd Mr. Sims of Fremont were
In Viillcv Saturday.
John Monahon went to Kimball, Neb.;
the iirsi oi the week.
H. M. I'uffer of Indianapolis. Minn.,
I-ent Saturdsv and Sunday with Mr.
and Mir. Frank Whltmore and Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Hubbard.
The regular monthly meeting of the
t-ndles' Aid society wa held Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. Roy Egbert:
Mrs. Jansen and Mrs. Klrkpatrlck asT
sisted Mrs. Egbert !n serving lunch.
The funeral of Mr. Tom Orr. who
died Tuesday -ftcrnoni. wp held from
the home. Rev. Juliu Schwartx of
Omaha' conducted tho services and Inter
ment was made In Prospect Hill ecme
terv. Mrs. Orr came from Virginia at
the' time of her marriage. She I survived
by a hiBband and two children.
The regular meeting of the "Busy
Bees" wa held at the home of Ml .
Kopp Wednesdsv afternoon. Thl wa
the annual meeting and the following
were elected officer: Mrs. A. J. Mc
Donald. preKidcnt; Mrs. I. Preshn, vice
president; Mrs. A. L. Zwiebel, secretary,
and Mrs. H. P. Ferric treasurer.
Dr. Hlckey and family of Bennington
visited Wednesday at tho C. W1tte home.
Mrs. Beulah Roach nnd baby visited
with Mr. and Mr. Langler. Wednesday.
Mrs- Earl Cockerel cf Omaha visited,
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Aye,
fl Hilda Mevcr and Henry Oottok
of Springfield were married Wednesday"
at the home or the mule parents,
and Mrs. Henry Meyer.
Mrs. P. C. Hofeldt entertained
Ladles' kenalngton Wednesday.
Mrs. Ed Sack Is imnroving slowly.
' Mrs. Amy Calvert 1 sepndln
week with her daughter In Omaha.
Roy Edward visited at Grand Island
several day this week.
Mr. Ella Hansen was an Omaha visitor
A. J. Deerson moved his family to the
Frank Deerson farm Friday. .
A charlvsrl party surprised Mr.
Mr. John Meeve at their homo Friday
' Charles Gran returned Saturday even
ing from a trip to North Bend.
' The annual ' meeting of tho. Woodmen
Hall association was held Monday. C. W.
Olandt wu elected a director.
' Mr. and Mrs. William Kempke, formerly
of Elk City are now living tn the house
purchased from August Wltte.'
The sale of the 160-acre farm to Albert
Prochnow from Warren Blackwell was
recorded this week. Consideration $20,000.
Mis Pearl Sumner spent the week-end
near Waterloo with her parents, wrio will
move to Kimball county March 15.
Mrs. Iehman, wife of the manager of
the local Waterloo Creamery plant, died
after a long illness. The funeral took
place Friday from her late home.
Fred and George Ohrt and Mr. and Mrs.
I. J. Dealer were at Blair Wednesday to
attend the funeral of their uncle, Christo
Mrs. Erlrtshinger of Osmond, 'Neb.,
visited at the home of her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Nels Raamussen. last week.
Mrs. Scanlon and daughter, Nellie, were
Omaha visitor Wednesday.
Walter Madsin of Klmballton, la.,
visited at the Deln homo Wednesday.
Mr. and Mr. Carl Hibbard and son,
Vernon, of South Omaha visited at th S.
R. Brewster home Sui.my.
Mr. Powell visited In Council Bluff.
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. C. O. Brewter end family nf Ben
son visited at the S. It. Brewster home
About twenty-five young peopl sur
prised Chester Hendrlckson. Saturday
The Pleasure club will give a St. Pat
rick day dance March 17 at the Modern
C. F. Seefua haa been appointed ae
or for thl precinct and ha already
started on the work.
Miss Helen Archibald returned last
week from Lns Angeles. Cal., and Is
making a short visit with her mother,
Mrs. George Johnson, and Mr. Johnson.
Miss Archibald leaves Sunday for Detroit.
Mich., where she will Uke a post-graduate
course as nurse.
Owing to a breakdown laf week nf
one of their engines the Robinson Seed
CO!JPanv has been forced to run night
- -" .r miH weea.
'Anthony Lurti and family, who for-
lT"r.iv 'I'"1 on one of tn RP frms
north of town, hss rented a farm near
M?;,"hanf ttt? hla 'tock nd m"
New Escalator is
to Start Today
The new escalator in th Brandeia
stores will be operated for the first time
thi morning at. 8:30 o'clock i-vi.
escalator, known more generally a a
moving stairway, is the only one west
of Chicago. The Brandeia stores expect
large crowds to ride on the escalator
when It 1 operated for tho first tlmt.
Pleads Guilty and
Sentenced in Minute
Cole Young-man, Sixteenth and fXpltol
avenue, announced his guilt as he wan
brought before Judge Foster asserting
that he had been drinking, begging and
refused to pay for a meal. Ho was en
tenced to thirty days, the entire trans
action consuming just one mlnut.
HAVE COLOR IH YOUR CHEEKS
r.t? Better IxJokinjE Taki
If your skin is yellow complexion pal
lidtongue coated appetite poor you
have a bad taste In your moutha, lasy,
no-good feeling you should take Olive
Tablet. . . .
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets a substi
tute for calomel were prepared by Dr.
Edwards after 17 years of study with
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets a pure
ly vegetable compound mixed with olive
oil. You will know them by their olive
If you want a clear, pink skin, bright
eyes, no pimples, a tfeeling of buoyancy
like childhood days, you must get at the
cause." t .
Dr. Edwards' Ollva Tablets act on the
liver and bowels like calomel yt hav
no dangerous after effect.
They start the bile and overcome con
stipation. That's why million of boxes
are sold annually at 10c and & par box.
Take one or two nightly and not th
pleasing results. - - ..
Th live Tablet Company, Columbus,
You do not want a slow treatment
t. hen hair la falling and.tha dandruff
germ Is killing th hair; roots." Delay
means no hglr.
' Get. at any drug store; a bottle of gemo
for 25o or $1.00 for extra -large ' slso.
Dm as directed, for It docs tho work
quickly. It kills the dandruff gerra, nour
ishes the hair roots and Immediately stops
Itching scalp. It Is sure and safe. Is not
creasy. 1 easy to us and will not stain.
Soap and ahampooa are harmful, at
they contain alkali. The ' best thins; t
use Is gemo, for It ts pure and also Inex
pensive. . .
Zemo, Cleveland. .
That's what V
you get when .
you put a
get the results,
with the bill.
You get the
Cash Rate, too.
Why Neglect Your Eyes?
Whea In many cases reglect produces
styes; thick, red
watery eyes; Itch
ing, burning, and
a lack of applica
tion in your work.
The above symp
toms a r evi
dence of eye
train. Imiu i delay. Com to m. I will
examine and correct your defect wlili
the proper glasses. My price r th
lowest In th city for lifgh-cla service
I guarantee satisfaction In every oaa.
If you hav not th roaiy money, pay a
Dr. 9. V. MoCABTXT, Unit 1111 W. O.
W. Bid. I-koa . 418S,
To Avoid Dandruff ',
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