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THK BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. APRIL 20, 1916.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARET
Receipts of All Cereali Are Heavy
and With Good Demand All
Markets Are Steady.
WHEAT SELLS CEUT H70WT.il
OMAHA. April . WK
Receipt of 1 grain were much heav-
. ,oaJf there food demand
for everything on the llet.
The wheat market ranged generally
built of the wheat receipt were of th
-. a and 4 hard winter variety and
not,of these sample went at a X-cent
Corn wa steady, lthntigh a few sale
were made at a i-cent decline. The cash
demand for com wa quite active and
the bulk of the ample were sold at
practically unchanged price.
The nHt receipt wore Micht and thetr
wa not a vary (food demand for thl
'rcal. the market being quoted un
rhnnisMd to wnt lower.
live and barley were reported unchan
learance of wheat and flour were
'"" to (78,000 bu.; corn. 58,ono; bu.; oau,
434, iiijO bu,
, At Uverpool wheat r.loed unchanged
to Id lower; com, unchanged to Hd lower.
1'rlrtmry wheat receipt were 7a,0n0 bu.
Mind ahlpment W),00U Ml., agalnat re
ceipt of M7,0frt bu. nd hlpmeiit of
hnu.ooo hu. laat year.
I Primary corn receipt were 814.0O0 bu.
mid shipment IWI.OOO bu against re
'''Pt of 766,000 bu, and hlpment of
hiT.CHO hu. lust year.
Primary oat reeelm were 798.000 bo.
nun nil mmn nra ii kii eaieii rm
Ipt of 417.000 bu. aad shipments of
;n.W) laat vMr.
Wheat Corn. Oat
I 'tiled 0
Ht. Irfiul ...
Corn-No. t white: 8 car, 70n; 1 far,
i0'4O. No, a white: 14 car, 70o. No. 8
white: I oar, 70c: 1 car (miiatyl, Wc: 1
car (poor), 6Sc. No. 2 yellow: tit car,
.te. No. 3 yellow: 4 car. 71Vjifl; 1 car,
Wr. No. 4 yellow: 1 ear. 70c. No. t
yellow: 1 buck head, c. No, 8 yellow;
S tars, ftS'Ac; Mi car, We; jm car, tWVfce,
.No. 2 mixed; t car. 70:. No. 1 mlaed:
I car, 70'Ac; t car. Win 1 oara. 70c: S
oars, .,c; 1 cr, V, No, 4 mixed: 1
'ar, i'.c. No. ft mixed, 1 car, 60Vo. No.
mixed: 1 car, tc; 1 ear, J car,
Wtc: 2 car, h4e: 1 car 'poor), 94c. Sam
ple mixed: t-i car (mahogany), Mc.
These nle were reported today:
Wheat No, 2 hard winter. 1 oar, $1.00;
No. $ hard winter, 1 car, $1.07H; 8 car.
107; 1 car, IUxi'4; 2 car, $1.0H; 4 car,
HM; I cut, l.0f.'4; 4 car, 11.06: I car,
1.04U; 1 car, 11.04. No. 4 hard winter. 1
tir, It; t car, l 04; 2 car, 11.08; 1 car,
11.02'i; 7 car, 11.02; 7 oar, 11.01; 1 car,
$1.00: 2 car, tOc; 1 car, ma. fWtmple hard
winter, 1 car, 82c. No, 3 durum, 1 car,
$1.04. No. 3 mixed durum, 1 car, $1.08. No.
4 mixed, 1 car, $1.01,
01, No. I white, 1 car. tVio; 2 car,
41c. No. 4 white, l oar, ttfya; t car, 40Vie.
hainple while, 2 car, 40c; J car, a(iu; Vt
'imelia Caah PrlceNo. 2 hard, $!.!'
109; No, 3 hard, l.08v4tt.O7Vi: No. 4 1iaro
Mc4tl.0S; No. 2 aprlng, $I.'4'81 12; No. 3
xprlng, $1.0I.I.M); No. i durum, $1.04d.O5;
No. i durum, II.03W1O4. Corn; No. t
white, 7.7iV: No. 3 white, W41OTQr; No.
4 white, (lVo-7'ic; No. ft white, mtiHmt No.
2 yellow. 7lliff72c; No. $ yellow, 7IVi'7)V:
No. 4 yellow, fVB7nc; No, ft yellow, 68W
rqWe; No, 8 yellow, Sfl'yijswtio: No. I
mlxeil, 7fr70V; No, 3 mixed, !SS4ytt70Hc;
No 4 mixed, MHWfrf. No. 6 nixed, faffl
WV; No. e mixed, f(c. Oal: No. I
white, 42'5'42'if!; (tandard. 41VMt4l44a; No.
,1 while, 4l'm; No. 4 white, 4OVfc4054
herley; Melting. UWW7c: No. 1 feed, 67
. Hve: No. 2. 9KMc; No. 8, OOWJfl.
Clilcago cloajng prlcai, fumlhl The
Bee by Mgan Dryan. tock and fraln
broker, 816 Houtn Mlxteentn Bireei
A r ti ci ealTl pen.-! 1 1 t(h . 1 Tw.
May. I 1 mi'l 1 14 I
t 14!l 14)V!4
July.'l MSI41 IftH'i1
ffept.'l i;tl 1 16
My.l7'S,',f TIVTSKfl-ftf 7MifrW
July. ;-(!" 7i5 WWW. W
Ma'y.44fl'il 44'! "Hi 44;iM.''
.t1v.!4!7llui 4 422'42-43 49
Her,t.!3!.Vi'! 39 I 39'l rl 3iH
12 47-W112 B7-8m
17 T7U n o 12
12 m r 12 60 f 1;
12WA 12 72WII2
2 &2U! 12 00 f 12 W
! -?, 12 70 13 7
12 I 12
12 77-Wi! 12 S21! J2 S31
I IIICAf.O CRAIM AMD PROVISIOK
r ratare of the Tradlo and Clo.log
Price on Hoard of Trad.
CHICAGO April IS. Aertlon that
green bug damage bad become general
throughout Oklahoma and that Injury
from linaalan fly waa developing rapidly
in Mleeourl. rallied the wheat market
today after an early dif'llne. Neverthe
leee. price clocnd weak, at $1.13 for
May and $1.14 for July, with the mar
ket b a whole "o off to o up com
pared with yeterday' finish. The out
come In corn wa '40 to V1! down;
oats were unchanged to a vuade lower,
and nrovlalon varying from unchanged
figure to a rlee of 26o.
I'roflt taking by epeeulator who had
purchased freely during too upturn ap
ieare.l to account for the weaknea In
wheat at the cloee. Ijecllnea at the tart,
however, for the moat part were clearly
the reault of favorable weather north
wet, where recently eedlng ha been
delayed and ai rane diminished aa a con
eiiucnrc. Liquidating Dale to wind up
1omIm In the May option tended also to
have a temporarily derelng effeot.
.-hern upturn, though were wltneed
Ha eoun aa dlepalche bcn to arrive
lelllng of lnec.t ravage In the vouth-Mi-',
Hull leader took the noaltlon that with
the Herman erleli preiumahlv out of the
vav and with the poor condition of the
winter crop attracilng Increaaed atten
tion a dwlded advance waa due. on the
other hand, rpreentatlve bear were
(ll"'iiic.1 to emphaelxe the readme
with nhhh ale broadened out In any
upturn, and were b no mean ready to
concede that the difficulty with Oer
mfinv could yet he wholly Ignored a an
Influence, on 'he market.
In th corn trade th chief fetur
n veiling hv bonne with country con
11... il'.ne Thl eHling apparently r
Hcctrd the prevalent favoral'le rondlHoti
for ploalim and planting. 't Ilka com
I,.., I an eay l"ne a a rnult of ausplo
urn weather. Ml of lh butnee con
nlie. In month end exchange of lh
Mnv and Jiily dellverlea
"ruielon howed a devilded iipwanl
MMaiu'y derived to ome extent fmnt
hi. her price rt ho Trader who had
r eiulw nvereiiid In h r".r narh( wer
nl.te-tei to .llo'llilli cf a iie.
1 In, ,! h l"rHr-v heat No I H.
tl !''i 1 '"I II l'fM,: Vv
!,... i Hyil IS1. No bd, II I
t 1 ivm Nil 1 ilw. '.': 'e
, 1 ic:v N.. 4 white, iiriv.
.. 1 eht MflM- aiiitaid
i,c U. icm.li.. lUrley ij
, . tito -hi- II V, '-..f.
t , . l;-.KtA, I'-' M'"tia!l,
I, i M lli-Mrt lwef. mry,
' l" l . M V. l f . ' oiH.
,.... In.'. H"'' '".'
I , , , .,, .a. tnc:i.v, IMr--S.-
(if VI -k . Mlkl l l, rei'i
r. li, -11411 v i-"iit Mitm..a
,t. .i,..i '-l'. i. Vl.no.fc.i
, it tuV X ' ' ''
, ,,: j, .j.i-i', $ r 4Mt
W.e.at I In . rwthlwi,
MSM4iin ,t IIT s
.... I I It I It.
I . t J ' I A
, i, -J . n. I N . I "
t: S ) " ;,'"!"
. t ft I wt-.lta, V-il'a , I
1 I 1 . ! tVoan.aM V .!, $'.
" i" . e
' t it M ii .'
Meiel I iila 4ilel
I j i 1 i I 1 -' 1 . tl '
. , I V ! ..! N J !. .S
t t-ill.i. i ' It 'i I Hi
. 4 1 i 14
1 ( IS- i- I t H-i !.
! , I
Mit..ll i.ial Matbel,
ulvvi nil, h .it . ul'f
Ma. T " ' I , I - I. '
Vrt 1 nMitrn It
CORN No. 3 yellow, TU'vlTTHc.
OATS No. 3 while. 42".iflH210.
OMAHA GBXRTflAL M1RKET,
Wholeaale Price for Produce
( barged by Omaha Dealer.
BUTT ICR No. 1 creamery, In carton
or tub, 8fto: No. X 32c
POILTHV-Broller. alive, under two
lb., 2fk(i40c; hen, ltVo'lSc, apeclal rooster
and atag, 11c; iprlng. 20c; geeee, 10c;
duck, lAc; turkey. Ao; old torn. 20c:
cnMn, 2V:; guineas, 2; squab, $LA
u per oov: pigeons, two per aoa.
CHKEBB Imported 8wl, 42;; domes
tlo, toe; block, 30c; twins, lUc; daisies,
IKc; triplet, 19c; young America, 31c;
blue label brick, 1&c: llmburger, 2;
Imported French Rotiuefort. 660.
FISH Freeh, per lb.; Catfish. 17o; carp.
3c; trout, 13c; roe had, lax-' halibut, lfco;
salmon, 20c; black baa, lnuiio; flounder.
10c. Froien, Per lb.: Halibut, 170; herring,
6W0; white, ktflRc; pickerel, c; pike, Mi
11a. Smoked white, lb. 1o. Kippered, per
lb., Ik!; almon, 17c: Finnan haddle, Uc
Frog. Jumbo, per do., $2.&0; large grass,
She. Hhrtmp: Peeled, per gal, Uw; head
lens, l,2i. Crab meat, $3w per gal.; sou
scallops, $3 if per gal..
HFUSF CUT Wholesale price: Rib. No.
1, 20'c: No. 3, 19o; No. 3, 17c. Ixiln.
No. 1, 24c; No. , 2.V; No. 3, int. Chucks,
No. 1, 12c; No. 2 12c! No. 3. llWo. Round,
No. 1,1ft1''; No. 2. lf.c: No. 3, I60.
OYSTfc-K C'heaspeake, per gal.: Htatid
grd. $1"; (elects, II SO, count. 1.8.
CELERV Mammoth, BOu per dog;
medium, per dox.; small, 40c; Florida,
per crate. $2.40.
Fruit and vegetable price furnished by
Olllnokv Fruit company:
KIUTTS-Orangsa, box: Navel. Valen
cia, ft MM. $2.60, 12. $3.2T; 170, 2H, 324,
$4 isj; 8H. ium, $2.76; IfiM, $3.f0; 200, 211.
2iV, I4.2J. Medllerraneau Hweet. IfoUi,
3.11O; IWis, $3 2ft; I7tn, $3.W; 2Wa. 2ltls, turn,
Hit; 2M. 324. $00, $.176. Lemons, boi:
HoMen Rowl, $1.00: silver t!ord. $4.60.
Ornprfrult. bog: 36. $3.00; (4s, $3 M); 4U,
: Ms, $4.00 : 70s, ttOs, Urn, $4,00. Htraw
berrle: Rblpment. Monday. Tueday ard
W'ednesiJsy, $2.75 r, Hnnanas, bunch:
Medium slse. $1 BOMn.TB: medium ats
Jumhoe. 12 (Mlfl.Vt: reirular site Jumhoea,
fcMWj7ft: extra large Jumbre H.IMjt.Tt;
VKOETAULKJ-t)nton: crystal waa,
$2.25 crate: Rermuda, $1.7? crate; onion
et, red, 11.00 bu.: onion sets, yellow,
$2 60 bu. Carrot, beets, turnip, perliv,
rndlrhea, shallots, ftO doe. Cabbage: New.
lo lb.; old, 3! ih. Rhubarb, I1.7S box.
Tomatoes, $3.60 crate. Lettuce, $1.00 box.
Celery: Four do., $1.00 rrate: doz., $2 7$
crate; $ do., $2.10 crate. Pepper, 6O0
hkt. Potato: Red River Ohio. $1.10
bu,; white stork, $1.10l,3l) bu. Sweet
potatoes: JJmper, $1.16; hamper, seed
gweet, $260 bbl.
HONK Y Comb, $3.7$ cue; Airline, $l.)
NUT-Peanut: No. 1 rsw, mo lb
No. I roatd, b"0 lb.; Jumbo raw, ('
lb.; Jumbo roatd, 'o lb.. Filbert, ISc
lb.; pecan, l:Mo lb.; pecan Jumbo, 17Vto
lb.; mixed nut, 1ft: lb.
APPLIW-Hen Davis, $3 25 bbl,: Sen
Pavl Idaho, I H box! Rome Reautr, $1.60
C(1.7R box; Colorado W. W. Pearmalnei,
SEW YORK OKM KB A I, MARKRT
Qaotatlon of the I)r 01 Varloa
NKW YORK, April 2K.-1T1T7R Partly
lower; spring patent, $ft.Wy.20; winter
patents, $I..UKii0.70; winter straight, $6.46
WHFiAT fipot. steady; No, 1 durum.
$1.2k; No. I bard. $t.2W; No. 1 northern,
anilulh, $1.33. grid No. 1 northern, Mani
toba, $1.30, t. a. b. New Vork. Future
were le.ady: May, I1.211.
CORN-Kpt. easy; No. 2 yellow,
c. I. f. New Tork.
OATrt-Hpot market quiet; standard,
HAV Firm; No, X, $1.40; No. $, $1.30
1.26; No. $. $1.0f,l.JO. ,
HOPSvteady; tat common to choice,
1916, lWOxr. 1014, tafic; Padflo coaat. 116,
12$fl6c; 1014, $10c.
Jill 1KB-Firm; BogaU, 831J34c; Central
LKATIikr Firm; hemlock flrt, 38c;
second, !)34f'34c. .
PHOVIHION-Pork, firm; ms, $36.ftoW
21100; family, $27.00flr2 00; ahort clers,
$22.00001.00. Reef, firm; mess, l.Wt
IK.flO; family, $l,0iyaa)00. Ird, iteady;
middle west. $l2.7ftl2.tt.
TALIOW steady; city, 10c; country,
js'.iwtouc: special, 10Jc. ,
HUTTERnrm; recelBt; .t tub:
creamery extras, nvVaMte; firsts, 32
3.Te; seconds, 3l"4c.
KCKlf4 Firm: receipts, 18,131 cge mar
ket unchanged. '
CHKBHB Irregular: receipt, J,S7l
boxes: market unchanged.
POULTRY Live, steady; broilers. 37fll
C8r; fowl, Wc: turkey,, 20c Dressed,
firm and unchanged.
at. Loots Oral a Marlret.
g. Trt'IB. April 2$. W H K AT No. 3
rea, 11.0pw1.ui mo. neii
ti A. r.itw ti 1111
red, 11zou1.il : no. z nam, nominal; way.
CORN-No. 3, lc; No. 1 white, T$c; May,
OATS No, 3, nominal; No. 1 whit nom
inal. Coffee Market.
NEW TORK, April 28-Th market for
coffee future waa not particularly active
today, but showed continued firmness
with prior making new high record for
th season. The opening wa unchanged
to 2 point higher, and there did not seem
to be much buying power In evidence at
the start, but offennga were light end
demand Improved prices) worked higher
with part of it coming from people with
Wall treot connections. A more favor
able view of International politic may
have accounted for some of the buy
ing, which we promoted by reports of
continued flrmnee In Brazil and clalma
that the market here waa below parity.
July contract aold up to 8.600 and De
cember to S.Sc. The close wa within a
point or two of the best ami toudy at
a net advance of 8 to 8 pntntM. Helen,
32.2W hags. April, 8.40o; May, 8 gin; June,
8. 40; July, 8.4c; August, H.b&; September,
3. Me; October, 8.80c; November, 8.04c;
December, &(: January, 8.73c; Febru
ary, 8.'Ko; March, SUV.
Hpot coffee ateady; Rio 7. 9n; Santos
4, 100, Very few fresh offer were re
ported In the cost and freight market,
but It waa said that a local Importer
had sold a lot of about 20,dJ0 bag of
Manto coffreia to a Jobber on Iho bails
of lo'.tn for Hantos 4a.
The official cablea reported an advance
of HO rela In Hanto and 76 rel In Hlo.
tlraslllan exchange was 1-82 higher.
Oil aad liMlai.
SAVANNAH. Oa , April J8 -TrRPnX.
TINB-Flrni. i67W; aale. 1,1. lla;
rei'elpls, 2N7 bbls; shipment, 7 bbUi ,
tnek, 11 6'VI bhl.
ll(illX-imn! salea 1.H4 'W j re.
ets, 748 bhla; shipments, 1.4:0 bbla ;
in. k, f M bhla ijiioiaWoiis' A, B, $.
)(:; C, I, $1 f(i4 m, K, $t .;fi4 ir.; K,
liy-ni lo; 41, It, M IMUXI: I, $4 ! K, $4)
m Hi, M. $4 '. N, H i W'l, $b 10; M W,
NKW TORK, April -MierMl.
r1 Ml.li lpllr. dull; t, Fwst m
uls deilvsry, JTSii asked. .pper,
ftrm, electrolvtlfl, ', ii'vfn'nxl,
gnat and later $J h'Ult m tmn. firm
and ,n.'hanrd Tin, flnw, spot i t
.i I at Union Mpot eofwr, HS, fa
urea, 1J. le,trll". la l Hiil
tin g f''l ir.t. 4 ! I1 8 14 i'
V.,V I11I1K AiMl J -cufTi'H "rut
tesljr; Bild Mug t. i,l fl " 11.
,.n,,n fMl.r- i . ( ' ! Vl,
II Mc. Jul llt"e 11 1 il', illte, f
. ec 1 r II'. Jk tart. M -
the et tiii Rtakl i e.lr (. t
point .'. lit t ili .it
i.ivk.'''-ii in 1 i'rpiv
fun. . .! tiitviM l)tl, mi ti n,,
f tt Fiw ml 1 bin, T t , t tt-
4 tlok MeettSI.
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Vf-4 H'Kit an11 8 ,-'iH i-4
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tn,tn4 t iii i',c H,. 411 :
t .1,114 f.4 , 4t 4 fM 4 I
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OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Light and Trade is
Slow at Weak Prices Sheep
HOGS BIG FIVE CENTS HIGHER
OMAHA. April 28. 1I.
Receipt were: Cattle. Hog. Sheep
Official Monday 6.017 .;i0 t.iM
Official Tuesday 4.5W 10,361 8.Mi
Official Wedneadsy..., ,Ml bKi 8.371
ofllciel Thursday 4,881 18.k3 4 :ihj
Kstlmale Friday 'M t.sv
Five day thl week. 5.!4t 34.IVU
Same duy last wek..2l,il b2.m 4J.2:n
Hama day 3 wk. ago..3a.3::9 47.118 48.8W
fame day $ wka. ago.. .iV.3 37l ,
Hume days 4 wk. ao..2t,( Wt.7S 43.606
Banie day last, year..27.ltl Jo.fcC 31.243
Th following table show the receipt
of cattle, hog and sheep at the Houth
Omaha live stock market for th year
to date a compared with last year.
Ml llf. Inc. Pec.
i.ittle 431.047 Xrr.Cttfi 84.0Z! .......
''"8 1.84U.30I 1,113.714 r.4l
obeep 7l.h;t4 8o3,kJl 13.31
The following table how th average
price of hugs at th Omaha lJve Hlock
market for the last few day, with com
parison: T'afvTwi"- iriiT."
$ til $ 811 7 Hi 6 IN
I .7 8. 1 4 I Mt
i 37; &
7 U, t Vil
I $ 80
7 04! 8 7
HM 1 ml
2 "I H
7 M $ .
7 t;v! $ kai
8 IK. J4
vw a -,'ti
A pi. il
1 Ml 8 kii
3 74 $ 88
8 Ml 7 48' H
8 it,, g 4! 7 42
8 WA 7 8.1 8 4.11 8
W 7 4
8 C'l e s at s bi 7 l:
8 Wk 7 34 e . boi 7 01
U T3 8 37 7vV(
7 2l 8 2 3 81
I 6 81
Rocnlpts and disposition of live stork
at the Union Mock yards. Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at 3 o't lock p.
ill., April 38:
'alt I. llogs.nlieep.il r s.
C, M. V t. P.
C. & N. W., east..
C. ac N. W., west,.
C'.. Ht. P., M. A O.,
C., H. sV U., east...
.., B. tc Q , west..
C, II. I, P.. west,
Chligo H. West..
Total receipts... II 118 14 1
I S POH1TION.-H BA D.
Caltle. llogs. Bheep.
Mortis & Co 1.U m Hits
iiwlft and Company J44 1,772 1,4
Codahy Packing Co 2 1,8'. 1 Yll
Armour & Co 4K 1.81 l.WXI
J. W. Murphy 1,616
Bo. Onuiha Pocking Co.. 4
Ilenton, Van feant i L. .. IK
J. 11. Ilulla 3
Wertheimer A lumen.... 8 .....
11. F, Hamilton 13
Hulllvan liros , 8
M. 4k K, Calf Co 8
John Harvey 8
Joneen A Lungi-en 18 .....
4'udahy, from country H8
Other buyers 78
Total .'...ME Tm 3,874
CATI'LK-KecelpU were light a usual
on a Friday, only twenty-one car being
reported. The total for the week falls a
little short of last week and the week be
fore, but I only 8,000 head smaller than
a year ago, lluyers did not appear very
hungry for cat lie this moinlng. most of
them apparently having secured early In
the week all that they desired, In con
sequence, the market was very slow and
weak, all life and snap being alieenl.
This would apply practically to all kinds.
quotation on rattle: (lood to choice
yearling. $.oru.80; good to choloe
beeves, $8.Waf3(i; fair to good beeves,
$8.60a'8.80; common to fair beve. $7.768
8.fi0; good to choice heifer. $7.Co4PU0;
good to choice cow, $7.U'a8.00; fair to
good cow. UdO&l.Uii common to fair
cow, U.'ixAot.tf); good to choice feeder,
rl.OObe fo: fair to good feeder. $7 (A3)
On; common to ffr feeders. $6.Wa7.&0;
ood t choice stookers, $7.$a'8.40: stock
elfer. $7.364tl .28; elock cows, 6 Dafl.78:
tock oalve, $1.7i3.7B; veal calve, jK-tWrf
11.(0- bulls. US, ttr W.OOWS.OO.
At rr. Mo. At. Pr.
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1 441 I 00
HOOB After having been comparatively
alack for two days ilia shlmdng demand
widened out this morning. Hhlpper buy
ers started early buying hogs at a full
nickel advance, and before they filled
their orilir had paid as much as M10o
higher, musrlally for the lighter kind
When packer buyers first went Into the
yards It was with the avowed Intention
of buying hogs at steady figures, and
their first offers wer made that way.
As was the cues curlier In the week,
brisk shipping demand put the market
pretiv much In sellers' hands, and before
Killers were able, to put up their drove
they had to raise their offers, finally
making most of their purchases st a full
nickel advance. 80 strong was competi
tion that packers also puld as much as
lOo higher In quite a few Instances. Move
ment waa active and everything cleared
While some sales were without a doubt
Mt'lOn higher, calling the avernKe market
a big 8i bllier covered It. Hulk of all
th hogs sold at $.Unr.ta. with a sprink
ling aiound $:' W. a ood showing as hlih
a $'..70. and a top of $1" 7k, the lalter prlre
being paid for two or three load of
prime heavies Oirrent prices are Just a
shade bel.iw the hlh time Tuesday, ami
are at least to In spots ice above
last weeks rlne. Today's t"P of P TS In
as high aa antliln has sold elnce H110.
114 8 t
4" - .
44 I 41
Ml 4 II )
X4 lan r,,
4 l 74)
ftnKI, nep'"'t fwn rnnwt ether mar.
ket indicate.! well eustalna.1 nrice all
aruond Ih wreMlt and lo-l "!.' look
hold of Ihn tnedfrai stipi i ei i clit
iig up the I'ttls ( 1"4 lml iiffriri
(.,- t'l fl...- st nfrllv 4te4.lT figii'4.
Nvtm'.ed laov't tffrrln wi meat I y
.C4 of "l ! t 1 f 'il delf4lile
aitt a ltd 4 th it" iei,l
t,..ilT ,t.f ythtc f-.ll at HI. tit X, i
Istlsr -rt tlns I .e hilie4t 1 a .1 U iH
f. n . . t (-.4 4.HI-4 ' t.'fft.l Their
ta s'.l ('" 'Me and who
I ,)4r4 t'" hi'll tf 1 Uf I'l4ltt St
144 lv f!H' bi.ii Ii4 re sill
ii, '4i t 4c 1 4 a !' h"tir. as was
.i s I, 4 it t.f 1,44- y wm-.'-l 4"t .a
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t, , t, . t (4 w4tnt ' 1 at 84 M
ti.t t' 4 f44. e..l t'l. iH Me
l t,t.k4 a M.'k4l
4, ,,,.,,tl e,(H ik .!.. r lit
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3iit clipped lamba S3 8
I.W fed Inmb S3 U 30
TtS fed lamb $4 11
HORSES-The horse upply was more
moderate this week, and a quality con
tinued good and demand wa broad, the
auction waa very brisk, bulk of the offe--Ings
being cleatied up the first day at
good firm f Ik urea The outlet for mules
I still broad, trade the last two weeks
being the best In a year, and aa many
order are going unfilled, outlet bide fair
to continue broad. Unmerchantable gra t-rt
of either horse or piule have, as In t ho
fxtst, no place In the maritet, demand be
ng entirely for hone of war ciaea. or
t lflt AGO I.IVK (TOt'K M ARKKT
Caltle SIott Hobs fttrong ahrrp
. N atrting.
CHICAOO. April 34.-CATTLK Re
ceipt, 1,000 head; market, slow; native
ftteef ttteers, $7.i'.4.aS; western sneers,
li'.iUiii fit,, st.K kcrs and feeders, $,MtUti 6t):
rows and heifers, $4 omtilt an; calvea, $! "
MOOS Receipt a, 18,00 head; market,
strong, 6o to 10c hlxlier: bulk of snles.
t8.80r.8(t; lights, $ ti'irlO.OO; mixed, $.
dill-; besvy, $v 4fc(u,l'.; rough, 'J,4i.i.
pigs, $7 kj.I5.
KHEKP AND IAMll-recelpts, 8,000
head; market, atrnng; wethers, ii.6.Vliu 10;
ewe, eu.ttroe.ia); lamb, $7.3.II.i
Kansas City 1.1 Dtuelt. .Market.
KANSAS CIT1T, Mo., April M.-OATTLTO
Receltit. 4t) head; market, stoady;
prime fed steer, $n.'g0.tl6; dressed btvf
steers, $8.0uitl.26; wrsleni steers, I ""it
88 OUOJO.Mi; stookers and feeders. $7.0kiji
8.76; bulls, $:..7tKa7.tV); calves, $.6W0.oiX
HO(kH Ksuelpt. t,0i head; markot,
steady; bulk of sales. $iiru; hsvy,
$SUIll8 8T: packer and butchers, $lttKtJi
4H Vi; Blockers and leedern, $7 0lku.7B;
bulla, $R.7H7.); calves. $t;.6tKHl0M.
rlHEM'31' AND UMHH- lUtcelpt. 4.000
head; market, eteady; lamb, $10 701138;
yearling, $!i.,vnHO.60; wether, $8.'u60;
' at. ltols Me MocU slarkel.
ST. I-OC1S. Mo., April 38.-4 ATTLK
Recnlpts, im head; market eay; nsllve
beef toer, fi.mt 10.00; yearling teer
end heifers, $8 MHi'10.00; cows, ffi.BOinX.Su;
lockers and feeders, 3S.Vt-u8.60; Texa
and Oklahoma steer. $6.7fj. &; cows stul
heifer. $4.(u4ii0; nsllve calves, $8,004;
W 00. 4.
HiXiS-Recelpts, ,MtO head; market
higher; pigs and lights, 7.hki4l.8r; mixed
and butchers, (iW It; good heavy, $9.80
HH1CF.P AND LA MRU-Receipt ID
head; market nominal; yearling wethers,
$'.i.oiwi10.ll. Ismbs, $to.4io!ir,i.b0; ewes, $7.60
Sloes City Live flock Market.
HinVX CITY, la., April 3S.-CATTLF-Receljtta,
400 hed; market, steady, VW&
lower; native ateer. $7.61 i; cow and
helferi, lil.ll'uT.liO, bulls, stags, etc., $6.7i
IHHIB-Hecelpts, 8,000 hesd; msrket,
teady to 8o higher; heavy. $3.WMr,70;
mixed, $a8iVfJ80; light, $3.4fl.60, bulk of
sales, r'.mt 66.
rlllkKP AND EAMriB Not quoted.
81. Joseph I, Ire t-k Market.
HT. Ji'KM'll. April M.-tUrrLK-Re-retpts,
30(1 head; market steady: steers,
n.tumH.HK cows and heifers, P,0oiJ.X,
HO'IR Receipt. 8,800 head: market
atrong. top. $8.80; bulk of aale. $.$
HlfEF.P AND LAMB Receipt. V
head; market steady; lamb, $l0.7My11.3A.
gtock In algal.
Receipt of live stock at th flv pnn
clpsl wetern market:
Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.
Omaha 8,Mrt 8,iC)
ffdeago " J.laa 19,000 ,,()
K ansae City & t.m
Ht. Ixiul W 8.80O 18
Bloux City 4W .0"
TotaJ 3.8M) 7.40 U4
nvs' bkvikw or tbadw
Best Prerloa Record Are MeevJIly
NFAV YORK, April 38,-Dim'g Review
tomorrow will say;
The best previous record of production
and distribution of earnings and wage
are gteadlly surpjted. Kven aftr great
expansion legltlumta enterprise (hows
'oittlmied augurnentstlnn, (hough var
ious Influence combine to hinder 11
growth, lonaumptlve requirement, how
ever, are utlned In unprecedented
volume, and Industrial sustained In un
precedented volume and Industrial facili
ties, .while constantly Improved and In
creased, are Inadequate to handle all the
work there 1 to be done. A widening
discrepancy between the contract of
fered and those actually cloeed I noted
In about vry ldlng fine, many manu
foeturer. either through Inability or dis
inclination to further extend commit
ments, hating turned considerable busi
ness sway. That euolt foots appear In
spite of the pronounced rise In prloe. Is
one of the most remarkable feature of
the time. Only In relatively few In
stances hare the extremely high coat
restricted new demands, and report of
premium for prompt ahlpment are by
no mean uncommon.
Weekly bank clearing 'wer, $3,031 ,2U8,738.
New York Money Market.
NKW TORK, Anrll W.-PRIMK MER
OANTILB PAPF,R-8fi4 per cent.
bill, $4-73': demnd, $4.7H; chle. $4.77.
BlLVER Rar, 71V; Mexican dollar,
BONDS Orvernment, ateady; railroad,
TIME 7IANS-Easler; alxtv day. t9
8 per cent; ninety daya, ttfb per cent;
Ix month 8',4 per cent.
CALL MONK V steady; highest, 3H per
cent; lowest. 3V per cent; ruling rate, 84
per cent; laat loan, VA per cent; closing
bid, 8 per cent; offered at Vk per cent.
OMAHA. April 38.-Hank clearing for
Omaha today wer $4,A810.4, and for
the corresponding day last year 13,11,
818.30. Kugcl Learns How
to Pilot Machine
City Cnmmlsatnnar Kugel 1 learning
to be a chauffeur. He say ha knows
when to move the accelerator and when
"Th chief reneem while driving an
automobile seem to be to know just
what the other fellow will do. That Is
the experience I hate had," dated the
Mr. Kugel wants to learn the In and
out of traffic from prtTlil emierlenoe,
Meslde. bs say It Is convenient to know
how to operate an automobile.
"t roar own an automobile some ef
these daya, sores of the day." he
MRS. AHLQUIST PROVIDES
FUNERAL FOR MRS. K0C0N
Mr 41. W Ahl't'dst, Independent rhar
11 y wtttkrr. i. ! d In t.4trn.g nil the
.Ills wish if Mr lint hinii', trt
hr !-l sbnthl r I t it.o in a m-tl
al Insti'ul ni f .f dt..- lioiv The f .a-r ti
a I'l l thl gf antnoei fti.it 1 llsafey A
Heafsr rhapet t " l mtil It 4 titil
Ml AM'ii.tst tai4tl l'. nt 44441 y
fcr Ik koial
Mta 8-. was .' y' ef aw tM-l
l.Bl tl,t4 4H , tU', Sttl l
4t I t a k ..'w l"'r Iv-t- - e wh 14
I In 1 e.t II. ! ..I S.'i t l
4i?4.4 Ph 1' I til .'! f ! te at a.
t-raa't b I'.'.. What Vln M 1.4 I.I,
trd (t lii.ll r. 4 ,11 I ths Is4 4l
if hf I t 44
PEORIA MAN PINCHED FOR
JEERING AT OMAHA COPPER
I Kit I CHlillJ t .ft . . E'fjL.tt.
. . H m a
4j f r i . ' ' ' It- 4' h 4 I 4kt -
-- I ft t" 4ft) e, 4J It A' I l.!
(, r t 1'. K H 484 44
1- - I-1 !; ' V V-
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Bail and Other Investment Shares
Add Variably to Their
READING IS AGAIN DOMINANT
NKW YORK, April The ame forces
that contributed so appreciably to yea
tordity s etrong and active market were
agiiln In evidence ttvlay, albeit In more
tiioiltTHte iiifHtoiie. Htulrond share and
other Investment stocks edited variably
to their lialiiH, the rise being stimulated
by further rrmurkable statement of
Thai portion of the trading element
which baeea Its operations primarily on
the foreign outlook Inclined to Increitsed
hopefulness, most advices, apart from
the Irish revolt, making for (.renter en
couiKment. The elrenKth of .MeilcHiia
also bespoke more confidence In that
o,ii art ar.
Heading was again the dominant Issue
among the rails, adding 3 points to Its
substantial advance of the preceding ses
sion, while t'nlon 1'aclflc, Atchison, Kt.
l'sul. New York t'enlral and some of th
bituminous shares rose a point or more.
In well-informed quarter It waa believed
that a satlsfsctory adjustment of the
anthracite controversy would soon be
(lain In th war group sliowe.l th
Irregular ranae of I to 4 point, with In1
for Bethlehem Hleel. Copper, oils
motors, sugars snd fertlllxers Improved
1 to 8 points, while a half score of mis
cellaneous stocks. Including American
Tobacco and American Coal products,
were lifted S to t point.
Tutted ftale Hteel w ss almost the
only linortstit stock to hsng back, scor
ing only a slight gain at the outset and
manifesting restraint thereafter, 1'or
want of s better explanation, Wall street
seemed disposed to accept the theory
that Hleel relative sluggishness resulted
frmil foreign liquidation.
The last three hours' trailing was en
livened by an urgent demand for Mer
cantile Marine, the preferred rising 8St
to 88, duplicating M record price of Ih
early year. Th onmmon rose to
within a fraction of It record, recently
made. There wua po new to account
for the tiprush In then stocks, which
whs scored at the expense of most other
leading Issue, ome of which yielded the
grester part of their gain of th fore
noon. Toisl sales of stock mounted to
).'or March, Norfolk and Western re-
forted g net gain of $41.18.000; Northern
sclflc, 818.0.11; Ijickawanna, $7M,iO.
and Chesapeake Ohio, iUiOomt.
Honda were firm, but without especial
feature. Total lalee, par value, $2.t,A0,nm.
t'nlted Htale bond wer unchanged on
Crosby and Hart
Lose Apparel to
'Twe a had night for Coloner 'Willi
O. Croby, Byron Haft and a number of
other prominent cltlxent living on th
But the Omahan In question didn't
know It had been a bad night for them
until they wer notified of th fact this
Thieve during th night broke Into the
Carey Cleaning company, 1401-8 North
Twenty-fourth street, and loaded up with
enough sartorial attire to have kept the
late Beau Brummel In good humor all
Coroner Crosby and Mr. If art ware two
ef th heaviest loier. , The coroner I
mlnn two suit and a couple of pair
ef trousers, while Mr. Hart will have to
replenish hi wardrobe with thre suits,
a pair of trousers and a fancy vest.
Several other well known men lost two
and three suits each.
Among th valuable stolen from the
establishment were several certified
Entrance to the cleaning company's
plant wag gained by prying off the lock
on a rear door.
Railroads Tell How
They Make a Rate
Home week ago, when the Omaha-Chicago
railroad Increased their passenger
rates between the two terminal, making
the minimum $13.06 on a one-way ticket,
on the baala of $.4 cent per mil, a new
survey of the elx line was necessary
In order to reach a conclusion a to what
sum ahould be charged patron.
The aurvey ha determined that while
there Is considerable difference In the
distance, the rate charged I the
ame. The Northwestern ha the short
line by one-tenth of a mile. The dis
tance over eech of the six line Is:
tMorthwestern. 487.8; Milwaukee, 4SS;
Burlington. 4W5; nock Island, 803.4; Chi
cago Great Western. 6fl; Illinois Central,
The layman doe not understand how
the 12.$ aa th fare between Omaha and
Chicago was arrived at. Had th basis
for making the new rate been figured on
short Una mileage, the far would have
been $11 Tt, and If on long Una mileage,
Il2.;ii. To reach what representative of
all the road considered fslr and equita
ble, the total distance of each of the six
roads waa added and then the sum di
vided by six. the number of roads Inter
ested, ft Is asserted that thl brought
about $1308, the preaent rat charged by
each road, plus ffl rents, tu bridge toll.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF
BANKING HAS ELECTION
Menihera of the Omaha chapter, Ameri
can Institute ef lisnklng. held their Inet
meeting of Ih season Thursday evetilnii
at the V tiling Men a Christian assoclat on.
Ths work of the last yar wa reviewed
and a vote of thanks wea unanimously
accorded the retiring president, Mr, Wll-
llam. for bis servv a Th ehaptsr has
been conducting a etas In enmntsrrtal
law during ths Isst seastm Ulster thin
si being . toted forward lit for nut
year huweter, snd lb toitthr hfpe to
ttisk 14 I'm. lis I I n ll 11I10 ,,f I
troiigeat n tlte tu'd t's We4t.
I'i4 f iliowln (iiiiii lrr4 wars
elected l seivs f .f tt riniilrtg sa44i.it
ri..,i,t, W jt rifirr, HI. nl Yi't
Vftlt'ttisl tntltlt, vh e . rant, lent, I II
1 'bangs! rout, ntttab N4ll.i1! tn8, s-.
taisry, vV I'hillli-, 4'..rn li.h.e
tlel tan; 4f4ur4i, S l n'n n..
I ni4l eti S41l.11.4l Mnh
Mf. V4 Ull.ni, in tlt!t, p.aaltai t
a el4. I. as 4I4I4 Ii i r.n.. ,i
- . i.taull .r. atlil.lt 4aat al i'lni"i.i,t
II II 4 f l
AT BUSINESS OONE HERE
la..t( ta T'irwsf t f HiHn I ..!,
I t.t,tt -" t s h iI smI IU.i I A
I.. 1,4.. tii .$ I Ih h.I4 f-i (t a
t't.i I'nit, e 4 I fatu'a i ! ii t
ai' i I K . tt ,
t . . ta a a uttat at I 81 a ft a. I
i , t .4 t a a 4 , - t.t. 4 ,l,
1 4 . I i i t a4 !...,' Ii . i-. at.
e - at , vt 4 ta .4 I'. tul t ft. a .
k In Hi" --$. 1 - l It t,f l
l,t K . It ti . t. a t ' nw t -t 4 t,i, , s 4
a ,s.,-it fcirtf I'i t at vf In ttlrt,
a t ;tt I a 4. a Ih1 tt tKK at-., J, at -I-
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GERMAN GUNS ARE
Infantry Attack Expected to Follow
Heavy Bombardment of
FIGHTING ON BWTISH FRONT
LONDON, April 28. The geetou
(if Avoeourt, Kitneg and Ciinileres,
northwest of Verdun, are attll under
tht game heavy bombardment that
has bo?n In progres for several days.
No Infantry attacks by the Germans
have born attempted here, according
to the Pari official communication,
but an attempt at an advance prob
ably Is Imminent, as these artillery
preparations usually precede, an at
tack. Tli Germans to the northeast of
Verdun to the front of llaudremout
and the Thlaumont farm and between
Doiianniont and Vau essayed at
tacks following violent bombard
ments, but tho French curtain of flia
held thtm to their trenches.
Artillery enxagemetit hav featured th
fighting on the other part of the linn In
France end llelglutii, although the French
alrcruft have carried out bombing opera
tions gslnat numerous Oerman positions.
At Frelnghlm the Hermans entered
Ilrttlsh trenches, but ware driven out,
The Oerman gun ere keeping up their
heavy Ixunbardment of the Ituaslan posi
tion at th Ikskull bridgehead. Farther
south th Teuton launched an Infantry
attack near Haranovlchl, but were re
pulsed, Htlll further south the Ttusslan
hav captured the village of Chromla
koua, along the Ilovno-Kovel railway,
In Asia Minor to the oulh of Tilt lis th
rtusslana have dislodged the Turk from
all their position In the mountain.
Butler Would Take
a Look at Bill Uro's
Could you go to New Pork and re
turn on an expense of $218. That Is
wht Treasurer t 'r want th city to
pay for hi recent trip when he deliv
ered $i.7e.(XJO city bond to No. 14 Wall
Iiefore approving the voucher Cltv
Commissioner Ilutler would have the
treasurer explain how he spent th
money, It I evident from a notation
on th bill rendered Ih city that ths
treasurer charged at the rate of $37, M,
the expres company rte on bonds, Mr,
Ilutler figure the following a rea
sonable xH.ne account: Hallway furn,
$114.88; Pullman. $1$; meat on train, $10;
hotel, $16; taxi, $'; cigars, $0 cents; pic
ture show, 40 cents; total, $110.
Mother is Awarded
Custody of Child
Mr. Frank Btanlay, aofll Corby tret,
wa awarded custody of her own child
by Judge Hryce Crawford after ih had
satisfied him she was able and willing
to car for It,
Mr. J. l. Klnsell, th grandmother,
ought to be mad the guardian. Hha
told the court If she wa given the child
she would abandon all of the clubs to
which h belonged In order to devote
herself to the infant's up-brlnglng.
All Over the West
flprlng-llke weather has again swept
over western Nebraska and Wyoming, ac
cording to tho morning report to the
railroad. Out through Nebraska, from
the central portion west, temperatures
this morning started In at 40 to de
gree above sero, with five to ten degree
warmer in Wyoming.
The railroad report clear weather from
the mountain east, with generally brisk
wind from the south.
The Best of Vaudeville
IsHtt Two Tiniest of Vleku Sumtt
and Current Hill.
MATINEE TODAY, 2:15
cu"tlTn TONIGHT 8:05
Tho Sir-cliil hilnllitr IVatnrea
"The River of Souls"
Geo. Damerel & Co.
BA V 11 LAST TIMS TONUS
U I V Lsal Mel. TODAY 1.J8
Mtioported by Till war I.TSrh.
MAIL ORDERS NOW For May 4 56
right S8e . Mat. 8Ael SO
titet t ttnm a;8 "ath 1 f hlefe.
OMIIA TV CTSaV
tOjni tri'flk ""x . svi-h
CZ4jVx44Jsf S)sa'i, t-4S.a.fe
iiit tiim. Mn. Ttii rr.:::;:'.'
As4 fsattaalaf 1. 8tt . SfaV,
Mirry Hi.tifl.'i Eit Show Sri.rU.
.s Jla tlttt Manas Week !i.
N,V.,H ' Quincy Adimi h)v
vr i au
I HIM I K H Ml
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HI H H - MllMA HM
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THE BRITISH LINE
Long- English Communication Indi
cate! Great Teuton Offeniire
in Flandtrs. ,
TELLS OF IRISH BRAVERY
IXKfDON. ApriJ 28. Tu British
communication Issued last night i
the lonRr-st ever sent out from Brit
ish headquarters. To the extent of
nearly 60o words, It describes tb
great Increase of activity on thf.
British front, where many observers
have been predicting that the Qei
mans were about to launch an attack
as determined as that against Ver
dun. The new German activity has
shown Itself at more than a score of
points, with the principal flghtlnp
apparently around Hulluch and Loos.
The Irlh regiments get special mention
for bravery In a counter attack whloh
drove the Hermans out of a eeotlon of
trenche where they had gained a foot
ing with the help of ga and n rtlllry
curtain of fire.
The communication close with an ac
count of the aeroplsne activity, includ
ing a description of a fight between a
Oermsn "two-seater" and a Urltleh "one-
sealer," resulting In th death of both
Herman aviator ami th destruction of
the machine, which fill from a height
of 14,0(i0 feet.
A Last Desperate
Effort, Matin Says
rAFllfl, Thursday, April 17, DIt4.)
That tha Oerman military and naval
staff are preparing a great offntt,
both against the combined Anglo-French
army on th continent and tha flst on
the coast of Great Britain In a laat das
psrat bid for victory, Is th. conclusion
arrived at by Major T. Clviieus, th
military rrtln of th. Mstln, after a close
study of the military factors of th. sit
Th. simultaneous occurrence, h. add,
of th Zeppelin raids, the risky North
Br naval expedition and the unexpected
ouibresk In Dublin ar not mar. coinci
dences. At th. fame tlm. h point out,
th. Bwlss frontier ha been closed for
three weeks, while on the French front
In Ixirraln. and In th Voag, th. Osr
man ar. renewing demonstrations In the
hope of dividing the attention of th
There I one prlnrlpl that th Oerman
staff will never abandon. Major Uvrleux
concludes, unles under absolute neces
sity, and that I th retention of Ih
slrateglq Initiative. It I awar. of th
allies' common designs and Is nsrtlng
all Its anergic ' forestall them.
SHOW ENORMOUS EARNINGS
NEW TORK. April . - Transconti
nental railroad continued to (how
enormous tonus movement with re
sultant gain in earnings. Union Ps
clflc'S statement for March, issued to
day, reports a gross Increase of $3,4Vi7,0ro
over the corresponding month of last
year and a net Increaa of $l,$U,OD0.
ASKS TURKEY IF ELKUS
WILL BE ACCEPTABLE
W A PI UNCI TON, April 28. The But
department today Inquired of Ih Turklah
government whether Abram I. Klku of
New York would be acceptable a am
bnssadnr to succeed Henry Morgenthau,
whose resignation ha been accepted by
Preldent Wilson. No difficulty over the
appointment I expected. '
Preparatlnna are being made for an ap
propriate obaervano next Jun of the
centennial anniversary of the birth of
John O. ftaxe, the celebrated poet and
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