Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 22, 1916, Page 14, Image 14

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    Tllhi litjtj'. UALAI1A, WfiUAf-VIAl, -MAIO11 ZS, ill It).
With Continued Light Beceipti nd
Tair Demand, Wheat Sella Un
changed to Half Higher.
OMAHA. Msrch H. JMA.
Th whet market wss very tly to
rtav Th receipt continued light "'
with only it fair demand, wheat sold un
chansed to He higher.
Corn waa very steady, selling un
changed to IP lower. Th receipt of corn
totaled nriy-four car and ther wa a
poor dfmnnd. ,
Oata were also lower, declining UtrW
lower. .
Rye mnd barley wfM quoted unchanged.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour,
eqtisl to WT.OOv bu.; Corn. K,000 bu.; oat.
f.000 bu. , .
Liverpool clone: Wheat, unchanged;
corn. Hi2d higher. ....
Primary wheat receipt wr 1.1V7.O00 bu.
and shipments 1.179.V) bu.. against re
ceipts of 7l.ono bu. and shipment of 4Z1,
WJH bu. last year. .
Primary com recelpte wr 72.000 bu.
and shipments M,WO bu.. against receipts
of TV,,("0 bu. and shipments of efis.ow bu.
last year. . .
Primary oata rerelpti wera WJ.rm bu.
and shipments Mfi.Ortrt l.u.. against receipt
of Ki.oan bu. and shipments of HM.OOJ bu.
lint year.
Wheal I'orn. Oat
Chicago ......
Minneapolla .
Kansas City
Pt Louis ....
t MnnH4 today:
Wheat No J hard winter: 1 car, H;
1 ear, 11 OS. No. hard winter: 1 car,
ll.CB: cara, 3L01W; car, II .01. No.
hard winter: 1 oar, 11.00; 1 car Ho:
cara. We; v car, Mo. Kampl hard winter.
1 car (rotten), No. I d'urHm:.1
7c. No. mixed: 1 car, 1102; 4 cara.
l 01. No. 4 mixed: cara, &&c.
Hve No. I: I cara. 8Sc
Hurley No. : 100 sac a a. .
Com No. I white: 1 cara. c; cara,
atc. No. 4 whlta: t eara. Sic; cara.
Sv. No. ft white: 1 car, Mr; 1 car. Mo.
v. a kiie 1 &e. Hamola white:
1 car. 47c. No. t yellow: 1 car, ac. No. 4
vellow: 1 car, V: 3 cars, c; 1 car,
taio; 1 cara, Wo. No. & il ow: J cara,
Mi-. 1 cara, lc. No. ellow. I cara,
LV; I car, aoc. Sample vellow: 1 car,
Kp: 1 car tc: 3- car. b"A No. 1 mUed:
cara. Wtc; I car. W4o; earn. Mc. No.
4 lulled: I cara, fftc; I cara. Mie; 1 8-
cara. 64c; 'i car, Klo. No. ft mix I: 1 rai,
Mc; 1 car. 3c; 1 car, ej'fce; cara. tsu.
No. ttilaed: 2 cara (dry and ali-!i'.y
wheat mined). 3c; 1 car, DOp; - aia,
6c. Sample mixed: 1 car, He; i car. IJc:
1 car, 81o.
Oata Hundard: t -ara. 41p. No. S
white: I car, 4.Vr; S cara, 42'p. No. 4
white: 1 car, 4Hp. hample white: car,
41c: 1 car. S8c: 1 car, "i4c
Omaha I aah PrUa Wheat : No. 2 hard.
Il.ft4ffll.n: No. t hard. l.fil.: No. 4
hard, 6cj1.00: No. I aprln. ll.Of-u'l
No. I aprlnr. $1 ltf 1 No. 1 durum. tw(
7c: No. I durum, WbVjc. I'orn; No. I
whlta. Wjc: No. 4 whlta, Wtte; No. I
white. CI'VV-; No. whlta. bvS'c; No. 1
vellow. 7Vrfc: No. 4 yellow, MWtuJfip;
No. yellow, 24jtUc; No. t yallow, iirf
KV: No. I mled, fcHMStP; No. 4 mlteil,
No. mixed, l',i&i4o; No.
mixed, 57SV: aample mixed, '(! o.
Oata: No. t whlta. 444j-6-; atandard,
flMW; No. t white. Vnc: N". 4 white,
4UM14r Farley; Maltln. r.SfraAp; No. 1
feed. &.35c. Ky: No. 2, rupilV; No. 2,
f'hlPago cloclna; prlcaa, furnlahed The
Pea by IjOgen A Bryan. Block and (rain
broaera, SIR South P'xteerilh. Omaha:
jrticfel OperTT lllgh.
May. 1 1 W4
July. 107i 1 il,
Kept. 10 1 07 S
May. 7Mfr 76
July. 7V4 ' 77
Bept 76 Ktt?i
May. 44SfHi 46
July. ZtOS 4.1S
May. 12 90 21 TV
July. 21 tt 22 K
May. 11 66-47 11 0
July. U n -7I 11 fci
May. 12 07-T 12 124,
July. 12 r-25 13 K
lxw. I t'loae. Tea'y.
l ok 1 ovi 1 m
l n 11 ins' 1 !"
I06i 1 OSS
74l TT.1,1
IS SO I 22 5
22 7 22 0
22 K
23 :
II 40
11 i
12 00
13 22 H
11 47HI1 60-62)
11 73l 11 73
12 02i It 10
13 -"V It
Prices Hoard of Trade.
rHICAOO March 21. Wheat prices
showed weakness today, owing largHv lo
a decided Increase of the Kuropean visible
supply and to reports of less unfavorable
conditions for the domestic crop In the
southwest. The market closed heavy. 'n
to Who net lower, with May at ll.OX'Vif
ir and July at II.07Vi('1.u7'. 'orn fin
ished o to yiiso up, oata unchanged to
'- and provisions with salna of i'K3 to
17 'c.
Notice of tha enlargement of Kuropean
stn ks of wheat wss accompanied by pr
ln tlona that arilvuls would continue lib
eral. The barieli effect which became
a.'lMircil hei-e right at the outset was
einphaaUed by aimounoenicnt ef declines
In freitiht rates on the ocean, cepnclally
from Argentina. At the aiune time re
lorts from MUsouri tola of flnlds green
ing up that were heretolore altoguther ui-
piomUliiH. llealdrs, the offlital forecsat
r-olnivd lo rains In Texas and Oklahoma,
where there have been serious complaints
f drouth, fter, however, signs of ac
tivity 011 the part of exporters helped to
bring abaut a transient reaction.
11 attempts by some of the bulls to
realixe on holdings of wheat were fol
lowed by disclosure of the fact that the
market lacked any agaresslve support.
Jkxport aales of cash whest la all posi
tions amounted to l.MO,i0 bushels, In
(hn'ilng fciu.UjO bushels lo the government
of Holland.
Gossip that the Dutch government was
bidiling for corn as wsll aa wheat at the
1 nltrd States seaboard tended to harden
the com market. Karller In tha sesslun
the bears had for a time made effective
use of the circumstance that the stock of
corn In Chicago amounted to moro than
10.).UU0 bushels.
Oats were governed chiefly by the ac
tion or wheat. There were predictions
that tha acreage of oata thla season would
be Isrgely lmmased bv plantings where
wheal had been ahandonod
Active foreign demand for lard gave
sirrnglh to pork and ribs, which were
also aided by high prices on hosrs and
cottonseed oil. The market, however,
failed to hold the extreme advance.
The doee waa unaettled at .ti'iOSc
net advance
oats gave way like other cereala. There
were predlctlona that the acreage of
oata this season would be largely In
creased. Higher prices on hogs tended lift
r revisions. The market appeared further
0 be responsive to the record breaking;
advance In the value of cotton seed' oil.
HI' TTEIC Higher: creamery. Sltic;
V.OCJS Higher; receipts. J4,li cases;
flrsla. 14c; ordinary firsts. laVc; at
mark, caaes tiicludrd. IKifllrc,
I'oTATOh'.H lxiwer: recciils, 96 cara:
WI"onaln and Michigan, Minnesota and
tvekota while KvoWk:; Minnesota and l'a
aota Ohlost SCC'V.
40tI,Tny-Allve unchanred; fowls.
17c; srrliigs. 17Sc
Wholesale Prices for Prod eee
I kan4 fcr Omaha Dealers,
BL'TTKH No. t creamery. In cartons,
er tuba. Mc; No. 2. JJc.
POILTHV Hens. 16c; roostsrs, 9c;
oang roosters, lliiic: ducks. 12 S.
geae. 14.-; turkeys, 1- per pound.
CH iC Lb K Imported f) las. 44c; domes
tic. tc: block, ; tains, )Sc: daisies,
IS'v:: triplets. 1IV. young America, ric;
blua label brick, l-ttc; limburger, Z-'; tin
ported French Rogueforl. isc.
OYoTKHB OheaaiutkT.a. per gal.: Stand
ards, ft rs; selects. 11.6". Northern, iwr
sat.. pianuirni,, aieeis,;
(ooiTls. tl ',; lilue Pulnu. l J per 100.
H.-'l( rresh, per lb.: Catf .h, 17c: hal
but. 14c; salmon. 17'c; rod snapper. Ho;
cist l'iu. iv.riic, ii.ippl's, Utilkv.
flounders, lie, r iku. inr lb.- Halibut.
11c; berriug, V:; trout, lie; white,
l"c. aalmun, ll.c; pick-rel, 7uc; pike,
vice. Cnxk ed, jer lb.: tt'Ur, lc. Kip-i-rd.
J-r Il. . 8a I moil. He, Finnan had
oirs. 12c; rue shad, la each; shad rue,
sue per plr.
BD.K-Xo. 1 Hhs. SoSc; No. I rlba.
1c; So. 2 ribs. 17"io. No. 1 chucks. 11 V:
No. 2 chucks. lllc, No. 1 chili k a, 11c. No.
1 loins. 2U-; No. I loins. 32c: No. I Iotas.
)vi. No. 1 rounds, li'': No. 2 rounds,
ii.' ; No 1 rounds, lc. No. 1 plates, lin;;
No. I plates, le,e; No. 1 llatea.
F"rut snd vegetsbie pilves furnished by
CiilnU it, Co.;
Frvt ITti Oisnges: Hunklst. 4a. 11.60
box: Ki. i, box; Me. 6i b. Lsua.
lv.; I Vla, ItM tox ; 17Ha. ?vxa, t:tm. H 75
I'ox; a. Hn. t"". 14 1k. lmnn: (lol
rien Ho I, K to hoi: Hllver Cord.
MM) hot. Oiapefrtilt; Xa. 12. 7S box; Wt.
11 box; Ma, U.M) ln; C4a, w. t box. Ha
tianaa: Medium alae, W,f.'h bunch;
medium alaea Jumboa. tsotvia bunch;
reaular alae Jumboa, l2fHi."S bunch; ex
tra lare lunrboa. Hrjl2o bunch; mam
moth Jumboa, U hfti 76 bunch, t'ranher
rlea. 12 barrel, l'atea: 1'romedary, I2.7S
crate; atuffed, II 7S 1mx; Fard, lac lb. Flaa;
New, Kc box. Apptea: Pen Iala Be h
tela. In barrela M barrel; lien Iavla,
other VBrletlea In barrela, tXM barrel;
Phleld llrand Wine Bapa. 4.M barrel;
Idaho Hen Davta. In boxea, II M box;
Hm Heauty, H.7S box; W. W. Tear
malnea, II.7& box; extra fancy Wine Bapa,
12 box: Iowa Htate Oreenlnfa, II 40 box;
Arkanaaa PlacVa, 2 M boa. btrawberrtea;
34-plnt raaea, 1175 CJtae.
VKI1BTAUIJ-Onlona: Red. yellow. Ho
pound; Hpanleh, 12 2ft crate; white, 12 10
crate. lettuce: II doxen. Hruaael aprouta,
2"o pound. PabbaKH. IV pound; new, lo
bound. Rhubarb: $2 60 box. Cauliflower,
li crate. Peppers, 6oc baaket. New beet a,
carrots, turnips, parsley, 60c doaen. Old
beeta, carrota. turnips, parsnips, 'baftea,
to pound. Potatoea: Minnesota whlta, II. Is
bushel, Colorado white II 20 bushel; Min
nesota Had Rlrer Ohlos. 11.40 bushel.
Bweet Potatoes: Ielawares. 11.76 hamper;
California. 11.76 hamper. Celery: 4-doaen
cratea, 13 26 crate; 4-doxen crates, 1176
crate; -doxen crate, 12.60 crate. Onion
Bets: Yellow, 12 60 bushel; red. H crate.
NCTft Peanuta: No. 1 raw. Ve pound;
No. 1 roasted. So pound; Jumbo raw, lo
pound; Jumbo, roaated, Vjj pound. Pe
cana: 13Vc pound; Jumbo, lTVir pound.
Fllberta: 15o pound. Mixed nuta: ISO
MIRCEI.TNEOC8-Honey: Comb, $3.m
crate; Airline, 1 60 caae. Popcorn: No. 1
rice, 4c pound; 40 1-pound packages. 12. &0
Liverpool Oral Market.
1 Manitoba. Us )). No. 1 stock; No. I,
13a 4d; No. 2 hard winter, aulf. 11a 10.1.
No. 2 hard winter, choire 11a d; No. I
red western. Winter. 12a; No. 1 durum, 13a
3d; No. 1 northern, Chlcajro, 1.1s d.
CORN Spot American mixed, new, 10a i
FIXJl'R Winter patents, 4ia.
MlaaeapolU Kraln Market.
May. II. HH; July 1l.l..ft1. II. fash: No
1 hsrd. I.I6T: No. I northern. ll.llHTt't; No. I northern. II .OTTttfl .W.
! lll( A.( I.IVK "TOt K M tllKKT
Cattle steady Hogs Weak
riUCAOO. March 21.-CATTf-.K-Re-celpls.
I.OHO head; market steady; native
beef ateera, ?.60ii W; weatern alcers, 97.40
tituiO; Blockers and feeders, H.OirSji26;
cows and heifers, IA"c.7; calves. ts.VO
111" 60,
HOU8 Recelnls, 16.0H0 head; market
weak; esrly s civs nee of 6c lost: bulk of
sale., Iti.GiKjtv fio; li.: h t .10iU.5; mixed,
f 2t!9.6: heavy, i:t.2(Kj40.70; rough, 1.1.20
4j V.: Pigs. 17.6uijU.ei.
HEKI AND I, A M RS Receipts. 12.0"0
hesd; market stnng: wethers. I fj.ii;
ewes, 90.2i"'Ul.75; lambs, S.7iVll.70.
at. I.natls I.lve Htork Market.
ST. IvOI'lB. March li.-t'ATTUK-Re-celpls,
I.) hesd, market steady natlvs
beef steers, I'.VuO ; yearling steers
and heifers, M.fu.5o; cows, fc 6oya.ui;
Blockers and feeders. tf Wii u0; Texas and
Indian steers, lii.TMitl.dO: cows snd heif
ers. IMViMMiu; native calves. 6.0Uftfil0.7fi.
HO(iaKe elpta. 9 400 head; market,
steady; pigs and lights 7.1K().0; mixed
and butchers, M.4t4i.70, good heavy, lifi
HIIKKP AND IAM RS Receipts, 1.600
head: market, 10c higher; vearllngs wet h
era. .im 10.U); lambs. tMu M.A; ewes,
Kaaas t'ltr 1.1 ve atock Market.
Recelpta 9 6O0 head; weak; prime fed
steers, l4.lf.4iH. 60; dressed heef steers,
tr9.vO: western steers, l7.7b4iD.10: Blockers
and feeders fi 6oW.60, bull, 9t.ouUa.iA;
cslvea. IH.ftirll.oo.
110(13 Receipts, 16.000 hesd: market,
steady- bulk of sales, I.!.); heavy.
In ROftH B0; packers and bttchers, 9.aht(t.4T.,
light. Ill l(4i 41; pigs, la (KKiMt.76.
BHEKP AND bAMHH-Receipts. 7.0f)
hesd; market higher; lambs. 110 vvflril.46;
wethers, s.U0ifi.u6; ewes, t7.5i)i4..
along City Lire Block Market.
ceipts, t.MJo hesd; market steady to 10c
blKher; native steers. t7.tU9.10; cows and
heirers. 9B.OmWr.00; Blockers and feeders,
I7.&4HOO: calves, I7.0tu.16; bulla, gtaga,
Minim Ret-elpta, 9.000 head; market
ateadv; heavv I9.2uitr.lt6; mixed, tH.hVtt
20. light, 0.0inj.16; bulk of sales, fcl.tu
1;H SO.
RMKKP AND I.AMBS-Recelpls. 10
t.'3uaeph I.lve Btock Market,
HT. JOPRPM. March 21 "ATTLJC-R-celpta,
2.MU0 head; market lowir; ateera,
97fx(i9.60; cows and helfera, It.VlUKW;
calves, fenivtittfto.
I KM IS Receipts, 7.600 head; top, t9.Ul
bulk of soles. Ba.aru s.
WHlfiHl' AND UM M Receipts, t.000
hesd; msrket strong; lambs, f 10.6uitTll.40,
Btck la Blgrat.
Receipts of live stock at tha five prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs Bheep.
Kanass City .
.St. I .on la
Hloux ( My ...
Chicago ...N,.
Omaha ,
Totals ....
1.21 10
I, Mm,
16.01 0
23,400 4S.SU0 17.400
Metal Market.,
Iad. 17.76 bid. Spelter, not auoted. Con.
per, steady; electrolytic, nearby, !!.. n
z go; June ana later, xsrf voqii w. iron,
firm and unchanged. Tin, quiet; spot,
4!t VCKili.l .00.
At London: Fpot copper, 111 6a: fu
tures. 1 10s; electrolytic. A7IM. rtpot
tin, n, futures, 191. . Dead, 34. ftpel
ter, LVi.
t'attea Market.
Biiot unchanged
Iot unchanged; good middling. g.Owd;
ilddllng. 7.k2d; low middling, 7.W.1; sales.
t.taio bales
Cotton futures opened firm; Msy, 12.Mc;
July. ll.24o; Octolier, 12.toc; December,
126oc; January. 12.67c.
The cotton market closed steady at a,
net decline of three to seventeen points.
Dry tioods Market.
NKW YORK. March 21 -DRY noonH
lYInt clotha Were today flim at loo
prices. Varna were steady to firm. Men's
wesr was In steady demand for spring
snd fall. Labor troubles In silk nleca
manufacturing centers threaten to dis
organize that Industry.
Baby Has Narrow
Escape from Fire
Donald Walker. 7-month-oM son of P.
A. Walker, I'M Park avenue, had a nar
row escape from Injury and possibly
death when the Walker h.-ie raught on
fire. Draperlea In the house caught fir
from a gag stove while the baby was
lying In his crib In an upstairs bedroom
Mr. Walker discovered tha blase barely
In time to rescue the child. The house
was damaged to the extent of IjOO be
fore tha fir department extinguished
the blaxe.
A spark from the chimney started a
blaxe on the roof of the home of J. T.
Ulalr, 1DI Douglas street, and damage
to the extent of I'o0 had been don be
fore the fire was put out.
The people lu the neighborhood of Flor
ence boulevard went In a body to the
home of W. I. Kleratead. Twentieth and
F'ewler, and appointed him a a committee
of one to Interview Commissioner Hum
mel regarding- the construction of a play
ground for the children of the neighbor
hood of the park, which la now being
laid out along- the Prettiest Mils.
The brother of K. 3. Van Houten, who
died In tbls city a few day ago. arrived
lu the city yesterday and started for Chi
cago last evening with th body. The fu
neral will be neld at t'ie bom of Will-
ism Van Houten. Chicago.
Killing Cattle Steady to Ten Higher
Feederi Are Finn Sheep and
Lajnbi Fnllj Steady.
OMA.IIA, March tl, 11.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hoes. Bheen.
Offlrlal Monday B.W7 1Z
Kiilmata Tuesday t.0
Two days this week 11.27
Fame days last week. 17.4MS
Barne days t wks. axo 17.r
dame daya I wka. ago 13.KN0
Kama daya 4 wka. asjo 14m
Ha mo days last year.. 9.270
2.1. V6
12 975
24. IV
The following table shows the receipt
of cattle. hos and aheep at the Omaha
live stock market for the year to data
as compared with iaat year:
lata. ff!. Tn Dee.
Cattla 117. y ,7W)
Hojs 1,017.64. 7V7.4"! 220.i6
Sheep A1S..0G4 (K.3e4 ,1I0.2
The following table shows the average
prb'es of hogs at the Omaha I.lve Btock
market for the last ?cw days, with com
parisons: Inie 181 4 . 1 1 91 ft . , v 4 . HM .1 . ' I 1 11 ijj'.
Mch. $ Mit 671 i iril I7 W
"'n. t.i a .i i i
2S1 9 47' 3ii M' 9 ;
'h. I.J !WI 4 s p
;h. j i ii.,f 67. i r.i 1
h. 10 J f i:iSl t 631 I 3-1! I
HI 641 7i n
I 8 141 w : 1
82 I 4 7.'.10 21 i
Mch. 11. 4im Kl I 34 g . 4' 80 I" n
Mch. 12
' I I fil I 401 II 461 ( 4al
110 37
War. 1.
Mar. 14.
Mar. IV
Mar. 1.
Mar. 17.
Mar. in.
i r,
I 7JI 6
bil r:'l
9 ?6
t 27
9 2
I 66
I 6
4 .1 l 6t 10 St
6 10 12
6SI 73' 10 X'
1 I I 44
I 67,
9 2.S
a K7l it
9 20
I 631 I V
X 741 m 62,10 64 I
a Ml I Mi 701 a r,i ;to 1
S RfLI X Ml I K0' I W t t
Mar. P0.
Mar. 2t 9 21
II 641 I 7 7 101 460 I
Humf n v
Kecelpta and disposition of live stock
at the Cnlon Plock Yards, Omaha, for
twenty-four lioura ending at i o'clock
Cattle. Hoga. Sheep, n r a.
'.. M. A Ht. r...
V abash
Missouri Pacific
I'nlon Pacific
C. A N. W., east ...
f. A N. W west...
'., Ht. P., M. A O..
C. H. A Q., east....
t B. A west...
C, R. I. A P., east..
V., R. 1. A P., weal.
Illinola Central
OiIcrko Ht. West..
Total receipts. . .2;it
Cattle. Hogs. Wieep.
Morris A Co
Swift A Company....
Cutlahy Packing Co.
Armour A Co
Hchwarta A Co
.. K1
. . i7
J. W. Murphy
Buulh Omaha Pack. Co.
W. H. Vansant Oo
Renton, Vanssnt A I...
Hill A Son
K. R. liowla
Huston A Co
J. H. Root A Co
J. II. ltulla
I K. Hubs
Rosenstock Rros
K. U. Kellogg
Werthclmer t Degen...
H V. Hamilton
Hulllvan Hros
Rothschild A Krebs....
Mo. A aKn. Calf Co....
Roth ,.
Ranner Rros
John Harvey
Dennis A Francis
Jensen A L'jngren
Other buyers
l.tSU !
Totals 4.89.1
CATTISH Receipts were very moderate
again today, making the total for the
two daya 11.287 head, over 6.0"0 smaller
thsn for the same .period last week, and
the smallest of any week for a long time
back. At the Rime time receipts are
larger than a year ago by 2,000 head.
The demand was very good and buyera
were all out In the yards at an early
hour, ao that everything was cleaned up
In good aeason.
The prices paid on killing cattle ranged
all th way from steady to 10c higher,
which means that the market Is right
back to the high point of the year, last
week'e decline having been recovered.
Th quality of th cattle today was not
so good a yesterday and th best her
wr only good tnoiigh to bring IAs.
Blocker and feeder catU wort firm.
Quotations on cetlls: Cloud to cholc
beevea, 8.(i0i&9.60; fair to good bevea.
M 6o)4).oo: common to rair oeevra, n.wn
l.6V; good to CllOir nliers.l.o-o..i,
gOOd to CllOir hiret. XT.
good lo choice cow. I4.K.B1.T6; fair to
sood oowa. Hi.2u4jri.76: common to fair
cowr, 4 Ul!a.K: good to choice feeders,
S7.96tft.10; fair to good focders, 7.30y7 .65;
common to fair feeders, sa.ixasf.iw; goou
,.w.i,.a a.u L .rm 17 Itnl 'jf- alfek helf-
erg. K7.14J7.75; stock cows. 00tf7.J6;
atock calves. r.OOjU W; veal calvej. J. OvJ
10 00; bulla, stags, etc.. 16 luti.ik.
Representative aales:
A. Pr Na. A. rr.
th , w ;t m a
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HOGS A very fair Tuesday supply put
In an appearance, estimates calling for
cara, or 14.JO0 head. Total for the two
days Is 26.462 hesd, a gain or more than
2.0U0 over last week, 6.0uu larger than two
ago. and 4w heavier than for the
corresponding daya of last year.
For the first time this year shippers
were not doing a thing on first rounds.
Huycr looked around a little and put
out a few sharply lower bids, but no
sotual trading was done. Packers were
almost aa bad, for despite the fart that
most other markets reported stronger
prices early, packers had lower orders,
and claiming the local trade to have been
out of line yesterday, mad a few early
of fere a dime loner.
It waa well along In the forenoon be
fore much of any Improvement was
noted, but In the end buyers slowly raised
their bids until, when first aales were
made. It was at prices that were steady or
very close to It. line a trading baala
was established, movement livened up snd
it did not take long to clean up the bulk
of the aupply at steady flgurea.
Representative sales:
No At. Bh. Pt. Na. At. Mb. Pr
r !! ... t m tt ir ... t t
41 Ill ... M 7 in ... I 2U
T XM ... tljv, u 1.1 M D
44 1.14 . . IK 41 CI 140 I 36
17 Ml ... 114
PHKKP Arrivals of sheep and lambs
wer just fslr today, amounting to thirty
six cara. or about l.iuo head. Tao days'
receipts total 14.1-4 head, being more than
I.Uwl heavier than laal week, but 2.0iO
abort of two weeka aao and only a little
more than half aa large as a year aao.
Yesterday's trices were almost on a par
wiin i nn eso values, ana buyera an
nounced their Intentions of trimming al-
uea a Utile totiay. (tellers wanted at least
ateady prices, anklng more money in some
Instances, slid aa ouvers rerusvd to rslse
their hands during the early part of th
forenoon nut a great deal of buainess was
ltv I o clock Bonis of ths decent to
good lambs were moving at about ateady
price, ana a nine later on movement be
came general at yesterday's figures. A
spresd of ll.2&tfll jo raught moat of the
good to choice orreriiiga, while a good
snare or ine oacani io gooi oirertngs, as
we 1 ss th best extremely heavy lambs
sold upwsrd from 111 . Several sales of
lambs weighing from so to So pounds at
Iod or near .ton prtcea 'durina tha last
two days show that peckers are- taking
more kindly to the nign-aressjng stuff
of these weights, although they still pro
test against weight.
Another smsll supply of ewes was on
hand, and the market opened out In fair
aeason al pit. ea that were at least ateadv
and lu most Inatsnces stronger. One real
swwl voa reaflhed 64. 40. which mice
was nominally quoted as top yesterday.
Two loads that eold at ft. 00 were mates
of yesterday's 17 oa, and again carried
oulte a bit of mud. Current ewe prices
are the highest of the year to dste. Uond
112-pound yearlings and wethers brought
Quotations on aheep and lambs: T.ambs,
good to rholce. Ill II .frt; lamba, fair to
good, 110 '1ill.fl: lam'js. fall clipped, iron
i 7R: lamla. fresh clipped. P 6ncfr.ft;
yearllnra. fair to choire light. I Vr, . Ov
yearllnga, fair to choice heavy, . ( ;
wethera, fair to choice. IX.OOia.te; ewea,
good to choice. IS.OO'a ,.; ewes, fair to
good, 7.O(Vt).00.
No. Av. rr.
IIS fe4 wethers snd yesrllngs... Hi D01
73 fed wethers and yearlings... 1 10 00
John Murphy Diet of Artery Wound
Received in Myiterioui
John Murphy. 19-year-old Bon of Mra.
Murphy. E220 8outh Thlrty-aocond street,
died yesterday afternoon at 4:.K o'clock
at the Booth Rids hospital following r-
Beated hemorrhages of th main artery
" . " . . . . .
" " ... -
cutting scraps early Sunday morning,
March 12, at Thirty-third and Q Btreeia
The young man had been removed to his
home Sunday afternoon, but becoming
worse Monday morning, waa returned to
the hospital, where he died a few houra
Hoy Makea ftcalcmeat.
The boy
was In a state of perfect
consciousness at all times and before
death waa able to make a statement It
regard to th exact cause of the fight
which started the cutting and explained
who was responsible for th affair. Thla
will be made public at the' coroner's In
quest to be held at the I -ark In chapel
Friday morning; at 9 o'clock. Frank
Miller, released under IVYiO bond Monday
morning after the fight, was rearrested
Isst evening by Detectives Fleming and
Fiulllvan and will be held until after the
coroner's Jury returns a yerdlot.
Murphy la survived by his mother, on
brother, Jamea, and two. slaters, Agnes
and Mary. He waa not married and la well
known among youth of the west side.
The funeral will be, held Wednesday
morning at 9 o'clock at Pt. Mary'a church.
Interment being made In Kt. Mary'a
This morning three more arrests we e
made In th case, Charles Dracorkl, Thirty-fourth
and J streets, Joe Pleotskln
and Anton Akromls. proprietor of the
pool hall before which the fight occured,
being the one brought to the station.
Captain Vanou had all three men on th
carpet for a period of severs! hours this
morning. Detectives allien and Allen and
Chauffeur Panbaum, among the arrest
ing officers, were with the captalrl and
made a thorough Investigation. Such evi
dence aa has been procured will be made
known" at the coroner's Inquest Friday
Hlh Price) for lAsaba.
ExwpUonally fat Iambs brought to
the local yards yesterday from Oreeley,
Colo., aold at the highest price ever paid
for that kind of stock on th' local mar-
ket by the packers. The consignments
averaged eighty-four pounds per had,
both shipments bringing a high price of
111.60 per hundred pounds.
J. 40L Collins and Mr. Armitage, both
of H'aton, Colo., had two loads each of
fat lamba on the market, averaging
seventy-eight pounds, which also brought
the top price of tit 00 per hundred weight
Not only have the lamb prices con up
to th top notches, but the same appliea
to the cattla market. H. W. Pltaer of
Plalnview. Neb., had thirty-five head of
heavy 1-year-old Hereford ateera on th
market, which he has had on feed for
lh,e last five months, tha steer weigh
ing l.ftX) pounds when they were put In
the feed-lot and averaging 1,360 pound
when sold on th market yeaterday, at
.n. I.l.h nrira of ISt M nee bnnrlrad weight
" ' " " '
Masked Holders list Cash
Two men, their faces covered with
handkerchief . and on brandishing a
i nick I plated revolver, held up and robbed
jj jjun
,, , , ,
11 in at .
unn and W. R. Dunn, brothers.
North Platte, of an aggregat
sum of 114 on th South Center street
road, at 9 o'clock 'last evening. In th
darkness neither of th victim had an
opportunity of getting th barest kind of
a description of their assailants
The robbery occured at th Twenty-
ninth street crossing and was reported
j In person by th two men to the local
tatlon last evening at a late hour.
Polio Jottlacs.
P. C. Chaves. Mexican, workman at
the Armour plant, was sentenced to
thirty days In the county jail thla mora
Ins In police court after he had been
convicted of stealing a gold watch from
a fellow workman, Dan Field. In a locket
room at th plant yesterday afternoon.
John ijiwler was .given a suspended
sentence of thirty daya in th county
Jail for firing firearm within th city
limns, umce epear made the arrest.
Former Resldeat Die.
Th new of th death of J. H. Shugart,
well known former resident and pioneer
of Bouth Omaha, waa a shock to many of
th older men of the city who used to
know him. Mr. Shugart was the father
of J. L. Shugart. prominent local stock
man. He died at a lends I. Cel., follow
ing an Illness of several weeks. He was
7 year of age and went to California
three yeara ago for his health.
For thirteen year Hhugart waa watch
man at the local poatofflce. He resided
in Dundee at that time.
Maarta City Lngir,
Nsme. Jet. 2d.
ooley lug
Raker . i.l7
Kinneman 140 111
Pederaen 174 173
Hull lit 144
Jd. Tot.
143 4'
14.1 (H
1) 4M
Totals gut 77J 84S tr14
Friiecher .
Chedd ....
1st. 2d. Jd. Tot.
1 17 172
1M U 214
K4 11 211
1M 1S 177
211 3o4 is:
61 J
917 to 4
'tl 1822
1st. 2d 3d. Tot
Tanner ....
81 raw
Hancock .
J m Ine .....
(irlbble ...
Ixoney ...
lfler ....
ll 10 IM 676
143 vn 13,
171 lss
1 Ml 17
214 It 1M
905 ttt at; jyrr
1st. !d. Id Tot.
17 m lsl . 4j
' 164 154 444
176 ItIO 4H7
1M l.J 1 614
143 17 ltt 4:
Ml 70 640 itxt
t tiaae tuy i,taai.
Office space for rent In Bee offtoe, mi
N street. Terms reasonable. Well known
location. Tel. South 27.
Th South High All-SUr I asket
team will meet Bellevue colleg In a
BiHM-lally arranged game thla evening on
the local gymnasium floor at Twenty
fan rib. and J streets.
Mrs. E. Smith. Kill South Twenty
fourth street. lll entertain tha women
of Ihe Chrtatlan church Wednesday
afternoon at J o'clock. alls Cora
Utinbry a 111 speak.
Kreislcr's Art Eludes Definition of
Those Who Are Thereby Enthralled
Fritg Krelsler, violinist, who will close
the charity concert course In his recital
at the Auditorium Tuesday evening.
March 2S, seems to be the only artist of
our time concerning whom connoisseurs,
professional and lay, are unanimous. Th
public flock to his concert aa they have
never flocked to those of any violinist,
and it seems as If they cannot get
enough of his playing. The critics seem
unable to find words to express their
admiration for the perfection of his art.
Many things have been written, but per
haps, nothing quite hit the nail on the
head aa a paragraph In the review of a
concert he gave In New York, written
by William J. Henderson, for the New
York Bun. Mr. Henderson said, among
other things: '
'But Mr. Krrlsler's technical skill.
which disclose Itself so spontaneously,
apparently so unpremeditated, and which
never obtrudes Itself as an end. la by
no mean the greatest Item of his unsur
passable art. Thoughtful people In the
course of year weary of tempestuous,
temperamental players, who seem to
lack all mental balance and who have
no conception of the trua meaning of
th word "art." To such people nothing
Is more satisfying, more restful, more
Joy-glvlng than Mr. Krelsler's almost Im
peccable taete. He has plenty of tem
perament, but It Is mastered by judg
ment. He Is a truly emotional player,
but his fastidious appreciation prevents
him from disturbing the artistic struc
ture and character of a composition."
Commoner Asserts He Made Possi
ble the Election of Presi
dent Wilson.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, March 20. (Special
Telegram.) Speaking last upon a
long program of addresses In the
city ' auditorium here on the occa
aion of his fifty-sixth anniversary,
W. J. Bryan tonight departed for a
considerable period from the prohi
bition question and discussed na
tional topics and his relations with
President Wilson, who.4e renomlna-
tlon he declared he favored. There
would be, he said, no other candi
date at the St. Louis convention.
"I am a candidate for delegate-at-large
to that convention," said
Mr. Bryan, "but if any of my friends
who have suddenly become friends
of Woodrow Wilson can serve him
better than myself let them send
some one else to the convention.
Saved Democratic Party.
"If Woodrow Wilson owes ine anything
he has more than paid It back by giving
himself to the nation as president Instead
of Roosevelt. Friends of Champ Clark
found that I could be counted againat
him. My purpose In Baltimore waa that
I would not do anything that would make
me a party to turn the democratic party
over to Wall street. I believe that by re
pudiating Wall street we saved the dem
ocratic party, and -mad possible a vic
tory in 1912.
"Where would we be today with a man
tike Roosevelt T He Wanted to go to war
with Mexico three year ago, and would
be at war with Europe today.
"I have been abundantly rewarded In
supporting Wilson. I have differed with
him' on two points, that we could have
set a better example to Europe by refus
ing to send them the materials of war
far, and that we could have don more
toward securing peace.
Opposes Heavy Oatlay.
"W hav an army board that wants
1300,000,001) for the army. The army and
navy board together want SSOO.OOO.OOO, four
time th present expenditure. They ask
that w spend more than twice th net
Income from all our crops each year.
And then you complain because I want
to protect th farmers against these pro
fessional soldier and military Interests.
It la th philosophy of fore brought fare
to fac with tpe philosophy of love. They
want ua to make preparedness our na
tional faith."
To Clean V th Party.
"But 1 have another subject." said he.
"It's prohibition, and I'm lu it. I did not
want the prohibition question brought up
this year, not a a national question with
th democratic party as It Is now consti
tuted. I did not think this the time for
a atate campaign, but I did not have my
"The democratic state committee ha
not been a democratic committee In the
past years. It has been a brewery com
mittee and, therefore, I lost Interest In
th democratic party, but now we are
going to make a fight to wrest the party
from the dominating influence of the
liquor Interests.
"The saloons of the country are the
lawbreakers of the country and they
want the democrat of thla state to be
their Nebraska representatives. Are you
going to do It?"
Mr. Bryan was very emphatic in his
declaration and demonstrated that a a
temperance orator he was In a class with
John B. Gough and other of former na
tional reputation.
In closing he saJd the democratic party
would have to meet th issue and h
would spend the next month In cleaning
up the party ard democratic candidates
for state and legislative offices to secure
his support must pledge themselves to
th prohibition amendment.
Mayor Dahlman of Omaha was not pres
ent. t row 4 Net Lars at Start.
The program wss late In stsrtlns and
the auditorium was not filled at the be
ginning. No bunquet preceded the
speeches as has been the custom lercto
fort. C. M. Skllea of David City spok of the
danger In th democratic party and that
W. J. Bryan U the beat friend President
Wilson hss.
J. B. MeCarty. candidate for conares
in the First district, declared Mr. Bryan
had always been right and Is right to
day, an Instrument In tha hands of God
which gave the country to Woodrow
Edgar Howard made on of hi char
acteristic humorous speeches, ending with
a pathette Story showing why ha was for
Uaaa Iseska Right Oat.
I. J. Dunn of Omaha, candidal for th
United Statea senste. proposed to -slt a
spa a apad. He said that as soon a
;i " ";
the campaign started the word had gone
out from a certain source that the wet
and dry matter should not be made an
Issue. He chareed that the liquor In
tercuts hnd dominated every lcglslaturj
for the Inst twenty years and the bill fir
a constitutional convention was killed In
the senate at the last session by demo
cratic votes backed by the liquor Inter
ests. He scored bitterly the brand of
democrats who wore against the presi
dent In 1912, but ate now for Wilson Just
betaupe Mr. Rryan Is agninst him on cer
tain things. In this campalKn, he said,
"we" are going to show who were the
real friends of President Wilson.
Governor Morehead confined his re
marks to a welcome to two of the speak
ers from other states and took occasion
te boost Nebraska for the benefit of the
visitors. He gave credit for passing tho
anti-pass nd Australian ballot laws to
W. J. Bryan.
Dr. Martin Hardin of Chlcsgo, talking
upon "Preparedness," showed the cost
of war if the I'nlted States should he
brought into it. He ridiculed the pre
paredness Idea and said it. was not nccea
sary as the belligerent countries of
Europe wou'd not dare take on the United
Word from Alabama.
Judge 8. D. Weakley, chief Justice of
the Alabama supreme court, talked of
prohibition. He said he made enough In
his law business to live on and he fought
the liquor business as a - pastime. Ht
advocated putting none but prohibition
ists In office as the only way to make
prohibition a success. The wet man who
did not drink, he said, - was th worst
kind of a man to elect. The legislature,
must be a prohibition legislature or the
carrying of the amendment would amount
to little. -
The Judge exhibited copies of national
weekly papers showing blank pages wher
the publishers had expunged liquor ad
vertising on the editions going into Ala
bama and other dry states, having laws
prohibiting papers carrying liquor adver
tislnsr entering those states. Judge
Weakley said that Alabama always will
Klva Its electoral vote to the-democratic
party as It had three times to Nebraska's
distinguished citizen.
11 1116 DODGED
11 i a
Special Grocery, Canned Goods, Dried Fruits,
Butter, Crackers, Cheese, Vegetable and .
Fresh Fruit Sale Wednesday
Bar for Oaah and May 60 m
Coat of UylBgr
14 lbs. Meat l'ur Can Granulated
Kusar for $1.00
48 lb., sack Best High Grade Diamond
H Flour, made from the best se
lected No. 1 wheat, nothing finer for
bread, pies or cake, sack 91.35
10 bars Heat-', or Diamond
"C" soap for
8 IbB. Best White or Yellow Corn-
nieal for IT
3 Pkas. Skinner's Macaroni, Vermi
celli or Spaghetti 81
7 lbs. Pure New York Buckwheut
Flour for 85o
Tall cans Alaska Salmon BlsO
3 large cana Condensed Milk tl
( small cans Condensed Milk ....81
Gallon cana Oolilrn Table tfyrup ..3Rq
Gallon iinn Golden Pumpkin ....too
Gallon cans Yellow rree Peachea,
Grapeo, Peas, or Plums, for pies
and dessert, Rpecial, can 33VjO
3 cans fancy Wax, String or Ureen
Beans for 81
3 cana fancy Sweet Sugar Corn, 810
3 cans Golden Pumpkin, Hominy or
Saner Kraut 810
1 lh. pkg. Condensed Mince Meat, So
K C. Corn Flakes, pkfr 6o
V. O. C. or Krumbles. pkg to
Iioosa-Wlles Tamou Cookie, Caks
and Cracker. All regular 10c sellers,
'elneaiay, lb 8l,0
All regular 12 He sellers. Wed., per
lb . 100
All regular, lac sellers. Wed., per
lb 1810
Xrtd Fruit for rnddlaga, n and
l Cak
3 Crown Muscatel iialHlns, lb. 8H0
Choice Calf. Mulr Pea'hea, lb. .-TVi
Fancy Calf. Cooking Hgs. lb loo
Cleaned Currant a, lb lfio
The Beat l.-mon. Grange or Citron
Peel, lb 80o
Pale, Sallow Cheeks
show that tha blood is impoverished and that the stomach is not prop
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President Ernit and Member Cowell
Pledge Residents of Thii
President Ernst and Robert Cow
ell of the board of education lart
evening assured a delegation of cit
izens that Train district will have a
new school building and that th
buildings and grounds committee is
working hard on a difficult prob
lem of selecting a site for the nexr
"You are going to get a school.
The question of a site Is hard to
settle, but we are working on this
and hope to reach a solution soon,"
stated Chairman Cowell of the
buildings and grounds committee to
the Train district delegation.
Pay Day Advanced.
The board fixed the next payday for
teachers on March M, instead of April
1, on account of the schools closing on
the former date for the spring vacation.
Approval was given to the recommen
dation cf holding a Joint commencement
of the graduating classes of the thre
high schools in June.
The following were placed on the ss
cigned list for the next, regular school
year: Nellie Malone, Ada Brown. Chloe
Compton. Orace Harmon, Dorothy Hill,
F.sther lArson, Kathleen Morgan. Olive
Pasco. Hed,-le Frovasnlk and Mildred
A warlike note was sounded when the
board authorized borrowing from the na
tional government 200 carbine for the.
use of Central High school cadets of the
eleventh and twelfth grades, these In
struments to be used in target practice.
"Preparedness" was heard from one of.
the seats when the matter was brought
Four Middies Fired
for Getting "Soused"
WASHINGTON. March 20.-Four mid
shipmen were ordered dismissed from tha
Annapolis academy today for intoxica
tion and misconduct In shielding intoxi
cated fellow students from detection, feo-'
retary Daniels declined to divulge tha
It taken but a minute of tivie to sav-o '
dollars when you read The Be Want Ad
columns. .
Randall Sherman, a negro, hanging
forth at 1014 South Kleventh street, was
captured last night by Police Officer,
Harry Buford after a chase. Sherman
wa arrested for hitting the proprietor of
a lower Dodge street restaurant with a
sugar bowl and hurling a brick through
th window of th beanery, following a
filR.Wl.EAT C.R0WE1
J lacxctuW fr Pnimtiotman, Stmt Strmm,
NM-5ssrteriaf Qaaitis mmi Afu7iaf fkrsW
(Balk) all th year mil at from I t I ear bushel
mora tha a Ks. 1 Expert Is Taoema ana Baattl,
fit will (laodsa rear era te varsoasJIy exarala
rBlctra WhMt," aa tar year cosraalaaas
1 will nail small sample tor lie: or la I ha. br Par
at Psst far ILI T. A. MT.OQU, Th Bin,
taaa VImi ICa&t lpaor, WasUnrtoa.
California Seedless Raisins, lb. 18H
California Prunes, lb 10
Th Best atrlctiy Trh Country JBgf
par dossa 80
pill Cream Young America Cheese,
New York White, Wisconsin Cream
or Brick Cheese, lb i So
Neufchatel Cheeae, each 8
Imported Roquefort Cheese, lb. 60o
Imported Oorgonsola Cheese, lb. SOo
Imported Swiss Cheese, lb 4o
The Best Table Buttetine. equal to
Creamery lb 83
Large pkga. all kinds Flower and
Vegetable Seeds, .1 pkgs., for.... 10
Blue Grass Keed, per lb 80o
Blue Grass and Clover Seed, lb. ..8o
Red. Yellow or Whlta Onion Sets.
quart for 8'io
roa wEoatiDiT
12. slae, that sold at 40c, our
price .-. . 850
ISO sir.e. that sold at 35c, our
price 82HO
174 size, that aold for 30c. our
price 80
s roa 86o 8Ei.i.EBi oua raicK
Fresh Hpinach, per peck 80
3 largn bunchea frean Shalots. Rad
ishes, Carrots or Turnips 10o
Fresh Cabbage, lb lVo
Fancy Cauliflower, lh TV
Fancy Rod Onlona, lb 8Va
T"ncy Ripe Tomatoes, lb 10
Large Cucumbers, each 18
1 Large 8oup Bunches lOo
Fancy Cranberries, quart lOo
Anything you want In fresh yege
tablea or fruit, w have It at a sav
ing of iO per cent to 100 per cent.
th warU. la Uin, 10c.. tSb
t Waaa.a xa Liar Baa.
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