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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1917)
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Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
C.G MONEY UAKHIMON VuRTOlt
t" lis umiu Nat'l Bank Bids
MONET to lota oo Improved farms end
rancaes. we also buy good farm mort
gages, iv 10 kb idv Co., Umiw.
.REAL ESTATE LOAN8 WANTED.
THOS L. UoGARRY,
KEKLINB BLDQ. TKL, RED 4944
RELIABLE Insurance. See O'Neil Real
i-.st.ate and insurance Agency, 632-6 Bran
deli Theater, Tel. Tyler 1024.
MONET on hand tor city and
farm loan. H. W. Binder. City
National Bank Bldg.
ARAL ESTATE loan, 4 per cent.
D. E. BUCK & CO. 18 Omaha Nat Bank.
CITY and farm loans, lowest rates.
B. H. LOUQEE, Inc.. 538 Keellne Bid.
CITT and farm loans. 6, 6 and per cent
a- uumom uo.. eia neeune Biag.
SlOO to 110.000 mad promptly. F D. Weed,
weaa mag., utn and Farnam Bts.
Stocks and Bonds.
F"OR SALE Ten shares City National bank
stock. I. Smith. Cast l Hotel.
WANTED To borrow ;.,000 by March
from private party. Will pay 6 pet and
give nrst mortgage on well-improved east
orn Nebraska farm. Box 9981, Bee.
WANTED High -class truck agency
finance and sell automobile trucks. Beck
Auto Truck Works, Cedar Rapids. Ia.
Abstracts of Title.
Vaiw Title, Ouarantm and A os tract Co.
X.CII so& & 17th St, ground floor.
Bonaea oy Mass. Bonding and Ins, Co
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of.
Bee in Nebraska, 108 Brandela Theatei
GALLACHER & N-LSON,
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
panies. 644 Brandela lldg.. Omaha. Nek
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
CALIFORNIA farms near Sacramento, for
sale. Easy payments, write for list &
K. Walte, Shawnee. Okl.
FOR SALE 160 a. farm. Irrigated
under best ditch in county. Abundance
of water. Address owner. Box 7L &. 1
Colorado Farm and Cattle Ranch.
Eleven hundred acres, nrst class soil.
Irrigation water from private ditch which
runs the year round, two sets improve'
menta, 76 miles northeast of Denver on
main line of U. P. to Omaha. Will trade
for cleat Income property.
R. A. Hoffman. Greeley, Cole.
PALM BEACH COUNTY We have the
record crop truck, garden and citrus fruit
land in the United States. Buy land on
easy terms rrom a. raraotis A son, 151
Brandeis Bldg. Phone Douglas 7846.
Note A personally oonducted excursion
to the Sunny South lea. Omaha Janu
ary 1; already soma of Omaha's leading
Business men nave joinea us. Make your
RAISE ALFALFA IN FLORIDA (Natal
Bay) this winter. First cutting, to days:
960 to 18 annually on $60 land, izt
Fax ton BUl. vralnut 387 (evenings).
SMALL MISSOURI FARM S10 cash and It
monthly; no Interest or taxes; highly pro
ductive land; close to S big markets.
Write for photographs and full informs
tlon. Munger. A-llt. N. T. Life Bldg.
Kansas City, Mo.
GREAT BARGAINS Sfi down. $fi monthly,
buys 40 acres ood fruit and poultry
land, near town, southern Missouri. Price
only $200. Address Box 80S. Excelsior
Sp rings. Mo.
BARGAIN 4 20 -acre stuck farm. 46 miles
from Minneapolis; about 120 seres under
cultivation, balance meadow and pasture
It" ,, will cut several hundred tons good
quality hay; fair oat buildings; good soil;
an excellent farm for stock; $t per acre;
i one-half cash Schwab Bros. 101$ Ply.
mouth Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
NEAR SOUTH OMAHA.
$40 acres: Best crop-growing land in
the state. Corn making 76 bushels to
aero; x&9 tons alfalfa raised on place
this year. This Is all valley land, all level
and tillable except a few acres around
buildings and feed lots. Modern house,
good barn, large sheep barn, corncrlb. bog
houses and all necessary buildings for
cattle, hog and sheep' feeding. Water
piped to all buildings and feed lots. Flue
blue grass pasture. All heavy black loam
ooiL Located near grade and high schools
and' only one-half mile from lnterurban
ear line. For price and ttrms Inquire of
C. R. Combs, 80 Brandeis Theater BidgH
Omaha. Neb I'hone Doug HI 4.
$46 acres choice wheat land, in fine lo
cation; good 6-room house, barn 32x46,
good water supply; 820 acres plowed, 200
acres fall wheat, which goes with place;
20 acres alfalfa, fe. ued hog-tight; land
well fenced and cross-fenced; near school.
Price, $$fi per acre, cash, balance at
J. H. CAMPBELL A SON,
CAN Nil or exchange any land you bave ta
oger. C J. Canan. MaCacue Bldg.
J.0O0-A, FARM for aala or trade. D.
A. W. Toland ft Co.. 44S Baa Bldt.
FARM LAND WANTED
RANCHES and Farm Lands bought, sold
and exchanged. 8. 8. and R. E. Mont
gomery. FARM LANDS FOR RENT
S60-ACRE Improved farm In central 1
braska, 110 acres In cultivation, balance
meadow and pastu re. Box 9730, Bee.
DON'T JUNK YOUR OLD TIRES.
By our new proceiia we vulcanize tbem
together, making two wornout tires lulo
one of the famous
TWO IN ONE
DOUBLE TREAD TIRES.
THBT ARE EXTRA OOOD IN COLD
WE HAVE KNOWN THEM TO GO
OUR GUARANTEE, 3,000 MILES.
PRICES WHEN YOU FURNISH TWO
1013 '. .$6.00) 33x4. I 9.2S 35x4 Uj . .110.75
0x3tt" 6.60' 34x4.. .60 35x4',.. 11.15
:x3Vl.. 35x4.. .60 36x11... 11.50
J4X3H.. .20 3424.. 10.05 37x5 .. 14.30
WORK IS DONE BY EXPERIENCED
TIRE REPAIR MEN.
If you have ouly one tire we can furnish
the other at a reasonable price. If you
have no tires look at above list.
Mall dere filled. Tires will be sent
C. O. D.. with privileges of exmination.
Specify the style of your rim, clincher or
straight side wanted.
WE DO A-l TIRE REPAIRING.
' THE J-IN-1 VULCANIZING CO.,
Phone Douglas 2914. 1613 Davenport St.
Opeo Day and Night.
N. B. If you are hustler, write us
about our agency proposition.
We Buy Old Cars. Auto Parts for Sale.
Cash rebate on your auto insurance pot
Icy If your car Is equipped With
Phone Douglas 8217. 804 Brandeis Bldg.
STO.SrMOTOR CO. 3
2400 Leavenworth and
Fireproof storage, I- per month. Day and
night service. Phone Tyler 717.
1 7-pas t cyl. Franklin $250.00
1 $ cyl. Franklin, speedster $60.00
1 single cyi. motorcycle 26.00
TELL 4 BINKLET,
2818 Harney St Dougl 14 0
MviLL U rny 1816 model Ford cheap.
Douglas 2420. Ask for BUlle. Call morn
THE GREATEST OAIN 68.728
In paid want-ads ever made by any
Omaha paper. Is the record of THE
OMAHA BfclE for 1110.
BEST. RESULTS LOWEST RATE
REBUILT high and lovtTenslon magoetoea.
magneto parts and magneto repairs. Mat
tox. 1426 South 16th. Tyier 11U-J.
"CROSSTOWN GARAGE, $16 S. 24tb St
Uougias 4442. Parts for Hup 20, Apper
on, Oldsmobile, 1. H. C truck, eto. Used
USED CARS 'At REAL PRICES
C W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
Asaglas 6i. -210-1$ Famam St
BALL and) roller pourings all make, of car.,
good ai (new at half the price. Mattox,
III! South ltta, Tyler 1U3-J.
Wi will f.rade yam a oew Ford" torrw
Id OB. 1
INDUSTRIAL OARAOK CO..
1Mb and . Harn.y Douglas till
n.r ;th a
Kan-PtX'It." boutheaat oor.
nd Harney Sta Dauslaa Till.
FOR '8ALE-I-SEVF.RAL ELECTRIC CARS.
LIGHT DELIVERY TYPE, BODIES IN
FAIR CONDITION, MOTORS AND BAT
TKK1E3 IN GOOD SHAPE. WILL SELL
AT ANV REASONABLE FIQURE. AD-
UKKSS. ITHH r LKISH MANN COMPANY,
4!7 PLUM STREET, CINCINNATI. OHIO.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
$10$ Faraam 6u Douglas $310.
191$ Chevtolet , $360
1016 Metst $6$
101S Cadillac "$."
ONE 1917 nw Ford touring car and also
one 1913 qadiliau Eight. Ueorge Hons,
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT .-uto repairing, 'service car al
ways ready." Omaha Oarag. 2010 Mar
ney St. Tyler 666.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magntro we can't renalr?
Coils repaired. Bayadorfer. 110 J 8th.
NEB. Auto Radiator RepwJr Service, and
prices right 318 S l.th St. D. 7300.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
HARLEY - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES.
Bargains in used machines Victor Roc.
"Th Motorcycle Man." 370.1 Leavenworth.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
FOR SALE Good work horse, $10.
FOR SALE Young tem, set of harness.
cheap lr taken soon. Doug. 3138.
FOR SALE or will trade for Fond car, two
colts, two and throe years old. Phone
Dr. B. R. Tarry cures plies, fsrtola and
Uier rectal diseases without surgical
operation. Cure guaranteed and no money
paid until cured. Writ for book on rec
tal diseases with testimonials. OR. H. R.
TARRY, $4$ Bee Bids., Omaha, Nek
Policy holders of fraternal
or assessment orders whose
rates are being increased will
find It to their advantage to
communicate with Box 9731,
Bee. State date of birth.
FITS I cured my daughter by simple dis
covery ; paritcu lars tree. . Lepso, 896
Island 'Ave., Milwaukee, Wis.
Um.-urma and inaas UkU Ksritam Km la.
THE Salvation Army Industrial home so
licits your oia cunning, furniture, maga
zines. We collect. We distribute. Phone
Doug. 4126 and our wagon will calL Call
and Inspect our new home. U1Q111I-1114
THE GREATEST GAIN 68,73$
Omaha paper, la the record of THB
OMAHA BEB for 1116.
BEST RESULTSLOWEST KATE
MISS LARSON Baths, massage and mani
curing, bcalp and racial massage. Staats
Institute, 160$ Harney St. D. 7097. Open
evenings and Sundays.
Sulphur, steam and eucaiyyptus baths for
enronio diseases; extra attendant for ladles
and gentlemen. 402-$ Rose Bldg. Ty. 236$.
MISS NASH, BRUGMAN, scientific masseuse
and hatha. 203 Karbach Blk. Red 2727.
RUPTURE tiuccesafully treated without a
surgical operation. Call or writ Dr.
Frank H. vVTay. 806 Boo Bldg.
OMAHA'S MEN'S SPECIALIST.
11$ CROUNSB BLK. OPPOSITE P. O. oast
MISSES LILLY AND GOULD Bath, mas-
sage 1322 Faraam St. Phone Doug. $410
LUELLA WEBSTER, massage and mani
curing. 618 Fax ton Blk. Red 2400.
SCIENTIFIC massage, 620 Bee Bldg. Phone
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
FOR SALE English bloodhound pupa, 8
weeks old, male and (female, right. W.
L. Barr, Conway, Iowa.
t AM Art ED screenings. $1.60 a aundred. A.
W Wagner. $01 N 10 th.
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, pianos, jd. notes as security.
$40 f-mo. H. H. gds., total cost. $$.$t;
$40 M Indorsed notes, tout cost, $$.00.
Smaller, larger am'ts., proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
Organized by Omaha Business Men.
482 Rose Bldg.. l$tb and Farneni. Ty. fl$.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
The Bee Building Company will be held at
the office of that company at Omaha st 4
o'clock P. M. on Tuesday, January 16, ltl7,
(or the purpose of electing directors for the
ensuing year and the transaction of such
other business as may properly coma before
By order of the president,
N. P. FEIL, Secretary.
In Postal Rates on
Washington, Jan. 14. Postofficc de
partment recommendations for a zone
system increasing postal rates on
newspapers and magazines for nennv
postage on local deliveries and for cur
tailment ot the pneumatic tube mail
service in cities were stricken out of
the annual postofl.ee bill today by the
house, sitting as a committee of the
N. M. Bassett Transferred
To Los Angeles by Cudahy
N. M. Bassett, who has been in the
employ of the Cudahy Packing com
pany for the last twenty-one ears,
leaves today with his wife and daugh
ter for Los Angeles, where tjfey will
make their future home. Mr. Bassett
is to take up the duties of credit man
ager for the Cudahy company in that
city. He has been crr'dit manager
for the Cudahy company in Omaha.
The associates and friends of Mr.
Bassett on the South Side presented
him with a beautiful watch A. T.
Sidwell made the presentation speech.
J. G. Whitesids, who for three
years has been Mir. Bassett' s assistant
here, is to succeed him as credit man
ager for the plant in Omaha.
Chamberlain's' Tablets are intended
especially for stomach troubles, bili
ousness and constipation, and have
met with mucht success in the treat
ment of those trvseases. People who
have suffered for If ears with stomach
troubles and have .been unable to ob
tain any permanent relief, have been
completely cured by use of these
tablets. Chamberlain's Tablets are
also of great yaltf e for biliousness.
Chronic constipaf.ion may be perma
nently cured by taking Chamberlain's
Tablets and observing the plain print
ed directions with each bottle
GRAIN AND PRODDCE
Market Prices Drop a Little
Receipts Are Heavy and
Demand is Fair.
WHEAT OFF THREE CENTS
Omaha. January 13, 1917.
The receipts of all grains were conld
erably heavier today, and while the de
mand for the different cereals was active,
lh market generally was Inclined a little
lower, wneat was quoted from unrhanK
to lie lower, with a few of the better war
Plea of hard winter selling at $1.$1. while
the No. S hard ranged from tl.S$9l-8t.
with the bulk going at $1.85 and the No.
i nara brought from 21.8101.87U.
The corn market generally was quoted
from steady to He lower and while th
bulk of todays offerings sold around the
average price of yesterday, only a few mm
(u wnne corn sold up to yesterday b mien
prire. Yellow and white corn of the com
merctal grades sold at practicall" the same
price, the No. 2 grade or these vHrtntten
selling at $lvtl4ic, while the bulk of the
mixea corn so d at ilUc.
The oats market was comparatively quiet
at unchanged to tto lower, the No. 3 whit
(telling around 58Hc and the No. 2 white a
The rye market was very weak and
prices ruled from 26 3c lower, the No.
selling at $1.42.
Barley wao firm and the trade In thin
cereal was fairly active, the No. 4 being
quoted at $1.08 S 1.1 1
Clearances were; Wheat and flour equa
to 649.000 bushels: corn. 139,000 bushel
oats, 70.000 bunhels.
Primary wheat recelnts were Sfii-'Ofto
bushels and shipment 872.000 tiustuMa.
agatn.it recelnta of $77,000 bustiela and
shipments ot 651.000 bushels last year.
I'rtmary corn receipts were 1.127, ono
bushels and shipments 632.000 buKhclv,
against receipts of HO0.000 bujiheln and
shipments of 430.000 bushels last year.
Primary oats recrints were (H7.0O0
bushels, against receipts of 779.000 buf"h.l
and shipments of 781.000 buMtaia last year.
What. Corn. Onts,
Chicago 4X 214 17:
Omaha 68 130 21
Kansas City 123 28 I
St. Louts 99 63 3!
These sales were reporter! today:
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: 1 car. $1.91.
No. 3 hard winter: 7 cars, $1.91: 1-3 car,
$1.90; 1 car, $1.90; 1 car, $1.88. No. S
hard winter: 1 car (dark), $1.90; 1 car,
$1.89; 2 cars, $1.88; 1 car, $1.87; $ cars,
$1.8$. No. 4 hard winter: $ cars. $1.87 U;
1 car, $1.87; 2 cars. $1.81. Sample hard
winter: 1 car, $1.78: 2-$ car, $1.74. No. 2
mixed: 1 car, $1.91. No. S mixed: 1 car,
1187 H; H car, H $$. No. 4 mixed; 1
oar, $1.77; 1 car, $1.7$.
Rye No. S: car, $1.42; $-6 car, $1.42.
No. $: 1 car, $1.43tt.
Barley No. 4: 1 car, $1.11; 1 car, $1.08
Corn No. 2 white: 1 car, 92c. No. I
whits: 2 cars. 9144c: 2 cars, 114c No. A
white: 1 car, 91 Kc; 2 cars, 91c. No. 2
yellow: 3 car, 91 Sic. No. $ yellow: 1
car, 92c; 7 cars, 91c; 10 cars, 91c. No.
2 mixed: 3 cars. 91c; 3 c.rs. llHc No.
3 mixed: 7 cars, 91c; 1$ cars, 91 He. No.
4 mixed: 1 car, 91 Mc; 1 car, 91c.
Oats No. 2 white; 1 car, Mfcc; I car,
54c. No. 3 white: 1 car. 63c; 6 cars.
63 4 o. No. 4 white: 1 car, 63 c. Sample
white; 2 cars, 53c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard.
$1.8H6)1.91; No. 3 hard, $1.8401.89; No.
4 hard, fl.S091.STH : No. 2 spring. $1,860
1.93; No. 3 spring, $1.83421.90. Corn: No.
2 white, 9l92c: No. 2 white, 91H091c;
No. 4 white, 91 091 He; No. $ white, 91 0
9tHc; No. $ white, 90091c; No. 2 yellow,
91H91c; No. 3 yellow, 91H91c; No.
4 yellow, 91091c; No. S yellow. 90991c:
No. yellow, 904091c; No. 2 mixed, 91 H O
91ic; No. 3 mixed, 91Wf?91c; No. 4
mixed, 91091Ho; No. 6 mixed, 90H91c;
No. 6 mixed, 9O09Oc. Oats: No. 2 white,
54t4Hc; standard, 63H&4c; No. 3 white,
63Hf3Hc; No. 4 white, 63Q&3HC. Bar
ley: Malting, $1.1001.20; No. I feed, 97c0
$1.10. Rye: No. 2, $1.4201.43; No. 3, $1.41H
Omaha Futures Market.
The trade In the local pit was very light
today and about the only business was In
May wheat, which closed He higher. The
opening prices on both wheat and corn were
a trifle lower and while there was aome ex
port business reported, there was not enough
to have an appreciable effect on the wheat
Corn ooened lower, but followed the ad
vance In wheat and just before the close the
May article Jumped to 94o and closed on
The quotations on oats were nominal, as
there were no trades made In this market,
the May closing ut $4o and the July at
Isocal range of options:
Art 1 Open. High. ) Low. Close. Tes,
1 $30 H
181H 1 82 H 182H
144 1 46H 146H
130 1 30 131
94 94H 94H
$3 92 92 H
64 54 M
SO 50 60
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan & Bryan, stock and grain brok
ers, 315 South Sixteenth street, Omaha:
Art. I Open. High. Low. Close. Yea.
wht. ( r "
May 1 84H 1 $5H 1M 1 84 1S5
July 160 1 61H M9H 1 4H 150H
Sept 1 36H 1 $GH 134H 1 35 136H
May 98 98 97 98 97
July 96 97 96 97 94
May 67 67"4 66 66 56
July 64 64 64 64 64
Jan. 29 15 29 20 29 15 29 20 28 90
May 28 75 28 76 28 67 28 67 28 Z
Jan. 15 72 1$ 76 IS 67 15 67 15 67
Jan. 14 75 14 75 15 72 14 72 14 $7
May 15 20 16 20 15 15 16 15 If. 10
CHICAGO URAJN AND PROVISIONS.
Wheat Market Opens Nervoos and Decline
and Advances Alternately.
Chicago, Jan. 13. expectation of a good
sized decrease In the United States visible
supply tended to uphold the wheat market
today. The close although unsettled, was
the same as yesterday's finish to c off,
with May at $1.84 to $1.84 and July at
$1.49 to $1.50. Corn gained c to c,
oat were unchanged to (h)c down and
provisions varied from 2c decline to a rise
Nervousness over an evident paune in ex
port demand formed tho chlf nffttct to the
proHpttcl that the vislblo supply total on
Monday would show a material Mhrlnkage tn
tho available domestic stock of wheat. Be
tween these two oppoelng Influences, the
market fluctuated with unusual frequency,
hut was confined to narrower limits than
has been the rule of late. For the most
part speculators maintained a waiting atti
tude, 'and in doing so appeared to be on the
alert chiefly for some radical new develop
ment regarding the peace outlook. Mean
while the volume of trade was light and
the market easily affected by transient pit
forecasts of enlarged world shinments of
wheat were counterbalanced by complaints
from the west and southwest that crop
damage might result from prevailing cold
weather and the lack of snow covering. Re
ports of the virtual closing down of ono of
the largest milling concerns in Minneapolis
also attracted a good deal of notice. The
reason given for the stoppage was a lack of
Corn had a firm tone throughout nearly
the entire day. Fresh reports of drouth
damage In Argentina gave strength to the
market, and so aluo did the cold wave. Be
sides rural offerings were light except In
the Houthwest. Oats followed corn. Trade
Provisions averaged higher, owing to an
advance in th" hug market to the topmost
li:vel ever attained In Juanary. A big drop
in hog receipts next woek Is looked for.
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. "i rtd,
$1.94 : No. 3 red, nominal : No. 3 hard,
$1.94: No. 3 hard, nominal. Corn: No, 2 yel
low. 98c; No. 4 yellow. 96(96ttc; No. 4
white. 96096c. Oats: No 3 white. 66066c;
standard. 56 057c. Rye: No. 2, $1.47. Bar
ley: $1.0001.31. Heeds: Timothy. $3.6005.60;
clover, $12.00 017.00. Provisions: Pork,
$29.60; lard. $16.67 0 16.62 H ; ribs. $14.25
For the most part speculators remained
in a waiting attitude throughout the ses
sion. The close was unsettled at the lame
as yesterday's finish to c tower, with May
at $1.84 to $1.84H and July at $1.49
Butter Lower; creamery, 32038c.
j5ffKB Higher; receipts, 2,071 cases; firsts,
46&48c; ordinary Arsis. 38042c; at mark,
cast's included, 39W47C.
Potatoes Receipts, 1$ cars; market un
changed. Poultry Alive, higher; fowls, l$He;
njj.-tngs, 1 Rc.
Kvsporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
New York. Jan. 13 Evaporated Apples
Qutct ; fancy, 9 9 c ; c holce, 8 0 8 c ;
Urled Fruits Prunes, dull but firm; Call
fornlas, 801Oc; Oregons, $08c. Ap
ricots, quiet; choice, 17c; extra choice.
17 c; fancy, 18c. Peaches, quiet but
steady; chntm. 84c; extra rhflir-o 1o fani
Needed, S Uc; needles. 10 41 1 1 c ; lrfn
don layers, ll,0,
NEW YORK (iKNKHAL MARKKT
Quotations of the Day on Various Leading
New York, Jan. 13. Flour Quiet.
Wheat Spot easy; No. S hard, $5,09
o. 1 northern. Duluih. $2.19; N
northern. Manitoba, $2.33. f. o. b. New
Corn tipot steady; No. 3 yellow. $1.09,
c. 1. f. Now York.
Oats Spot steady; standard. $406r,
Hay Firm; No. I, $1.10; No. 2, $1,000
1.0S; .No. 3, 95097?; shipping. 85090a.
rtops Meaay; tale, common to choice.
i9it, 4t05flc; 1916, 8014c; Pacific roast,
lll, 11014c; 1915, 8011c.
Hides Easy; Bogota, 41 0 43c; Central
Leather Firm; hemlock first, 6"; see
Provisions Pork, firm; mess, $32,000
J-'. 6(; family, $31.60033.60; short clear,
131.00033.00. Reef, llrni; mess. $23,000
ti.av; ramiiy. $25.60037.00. Lard, firm
middle west, $16.70016,80.
Tallow gulet; city. 10c; country. 110
1 1 o; special, 11 e.
Lard Firm: middle west. I16.80A16.90
Butter I'naettled; receipts, 6.863 tubs
creamery, 4O04Oc; firsts, 36038 c; sec
onus, J4 5T3d4".
f.ggs unset t ed: recelnta. 3.284 case
fresh gathered, exlra nrsla. 54c; firsts. r8tfP
hac; refrigerator, seconds to firntH, 37(i3Bc.
i.neeae Firmer; receipts, t,5"8 boxen
state, neiri. apodal, 34034c; same,
average fancy, 23 4 024c.
rouitryi,lve. steady : chickens. 2flalc
fowls, 1 6 4 0 IB p: turkeys. 20c. 1 tressed,
linn ; c nicKens. 2d ZTc ; row Is. 1 6 0 2 3 c
KM 411 i.fcNBKAI w ARRET.
Poultry Dressed: T-jrkeys. dry picked,
if over live. No. 1; ducks and geoeo. scalded
ia over live, No. 1 ; hens and springs.
-teaided. lc over live. No. 1. Live. Broilers,
i2v, hens, 16e; springs, l?c: stags. 14o: old
roosters, lie; geese. I4e; ducks. 14c: tur
keys, any stse over 10 lbs., 22o; turkeys.
1 10 iu 10s.. tsc; capons, v ids,, and over.
22c; guineas each 26c; guineas, young,
each, under 1 lbs.. 40c: ugbs. Homers.
ff.iro per aos
Butter 2 8 4 c.
Kgga Fresh, No. i, case, $11.00; No. $,
ase. 17 so: oral, case. $7.60.
Cheese quotations by Urlau A Co.:
Cheese Extra fancy domestic Swiss. 42c
domestic Swiss. 36c; block Swiss, 82c; twin
cneese, iftc: triplets, Zbvtc: daisies. Z6Ue
young America, 27 He; blue label brick. 2 be
nmburger. use; new Torn waits 2su: Ro
Beef Cuts (Wholesale Prices ) Ribs: No.
l4c; ino. 8. 174c; no. s, I 3c. Loins
0. 1, 23c: No. 2. 19c; No. 3. 16c.
Ul.ucits : no. 1, iso; No. 1, 11 c: No. $,
104c Rounds: No. 1. lHc: No. S. 16c:
No. 3, 13 4a. Plates: No, 1, lle; No.
I, 10c; NO. 3, 14C
uvsttirs "Kiug uuie" northern, gallons:
Standards, $1.80; selects, $2.00; counts, $2.26.
Flan rrosen special: wnlttns. aklnnad.
t2c lb.; whiting, round. So lb.
Halibut, coast froxen, 16c lb.; salmon, falls
rrosen, 13 40 in. ; salmon, silver, frozen,
15c lb.; wht tens h. medium. 13o lb.: white-
llsh, large, 160 lb.; whlteush, jumbo. 18c lb.:
catfish, large, 16a lb.; catfish, small, 16o
lb.; black cod. lwo lb.; pike, yellow, round.
tie id piae, yenow, areasea, ic lb. .nick-
erel, round, 80 lb.; tllehsh, for steaks, 11
herring, round, 7c per lb.: herring, nan
rrosen, sc 10.; sunoso. vc 10.; cropplea.
b ; trout 15o ib.
Fresh Fish Catfish, large or small, 18c
b ; halibut, steamer, 19o lb., salmon, 16c
n: trout, market- sea trout. '&c lb.:: Roan'
tab mackerel, large and medium, 16o lb.;
bluensn, medium, lbc in.; black baas, large,
30c lb.; black baas, order size, 24c lb.; black
bass, small, w b. ; red snapper, 16o lb,
flounders, 12c lb.: codfish, eastern. 14o Ib
BinoKea run wnue on una. bay tub. 10-lb.
nameis, izc ID. ; Kippered salmon, 10-lb.
baskets, 18c lb.; flnan ! addles. 16 and 30-lb.
boxes, 14o Ib ; kippered cod. l"-lb. boxes.
Fruit and vegetable quotations furnished
by uiunsKy Fruit to.:
Fruits Oranges. 224a box. 8x.?t ; f ts
BBBS. . uu a otner sixes, xa.ib. nnn.
irun, 0ca, o.ju. id, idi, ts.sv; sis, SIS, US,
90.10 Lmonn. lancy, awjs, JtovB, so.uu; Ch
800s, 360s, $4.60. Grapes Emperors, kec.
14.00 . Malagas. 87.00 a 10.00. Bananas, mt
vegeia Dies rota toes, 11.19 bu. Sweet-
poutoes; Kansas, bbls.. $4.2$ bbL. hamo
era, $. . hamp. Celery, $1.00 doa. Turnips,
carrots, parnlps, bagoes, 2e lb. Lettuoe,
bead, $3.20 crate; bead, doa.. $1.00; leaf,
40o dog. Cauliflower, $$.26 crate; small
crates, 11. 76. cucumbers. 82.26 doa.
Tomatoes, six baskets, $$.60 crate; baskets.
i.it oasxet. unions, rea, do i" yellow,
4 H lb.; Spanish, $2.0$ crate.
Apples York Imperials. $6.00 bbL: York
imperials, 0-001. tots, ddi.; onm
Oolden, large, $2.00 box; Grimes Golden.
small. $1.76 box; Rome Beauty. Wash., $2.00
box, Rome Beauty n. R., $1.75 box; Slay
men Wine Saps. $2.00 box; Wash. Oaoos.
C ran berries, bbls., $10.90 bbL; boxra, $$.26
Cider Motts, $4.36 keg; Motto, bbls.. $7.86
oleomargarine -Natural oolor, nor lb. :
Premium, $4' Challenge, S$c; Kerser.
IO40. Uly. 194c; Lincoln. 17a Whits,
oer lb.. Snownsko, tla
iM,nw 1 iini No 1 row. b
.-otst. lb., 80; Jumbo, raw, lb., $0; Jum
roasted, ib.. 10c. DronL dates, case
13.76; tigs, case, $1 u No l Bngllsb wal
its lb lRc
Minneapolis Grain Market.
Minneapolis, Minn,, Jan. 13. Flour Un
Wheat May. $1.88 0 1.88 : July.
$1.80; No. 1 hard, $1.96)4 01-98; No. 1
northern. $1.8901.92; No. 2 northern.
Corn No. Z yenow, fs?4c.
Oats No. 8 white. 63053c.
Flaxseed $2.86 0 2.90 H
84. Louis Grain Market.
St. Louie. Jan. 1 3. Wheat No. 2 red.
1.9202.00; No. 2 hard, $1.9401.94; May,
1.84; July. $1.47.
Corn No. a. rtc; no. i wnite, fs099c;
May, 99c; July, 97 c.
Oats no. a, dc; no. z wnne, nominal;
May. 66c; July, nominal.
Htatement of Clearing nonse Banks.
New York, Jan. 13. The lUtement of the
actual condition of clearing house banks
nd trust companleB for tho week shows
that they bold $181,438,620 reserve In ex-
cesa of the legal requirements. This Is an
ncrcase of $40,997,180 over last week. The
Actual condition. increase.
Loans, dlscou'ts. etc.$3,386,I27, 000 $41,349,000
Reserve In own
vault ( B) 539.992,000 47,338,000
Reserve In federsl
reserve bank 195,155,000 14,308.000
Reserve in other de-
depositories 4,61 0.000 !. 000
Net demand deposits 3,477.626,000 105,898,000
Net time deposits. . idjuk.oov 89,000
Circulation 28,721.000 149,000
loess reserve ii,43H.kzq 40,997,180
Aggregate reserve, $782,647,000.
(B) Of which $468,872,000 Is specie. De
Summary of state banks and trust com
panies In Greater New York not Included
In clearing house statement:
Loans, discounts, etc. $765,269,300 $ 208.400
Specie I2.620.200 472.600
Legal tenders 10,414,500 les.OOO
Total deposits 956,060,300 1.111,100
Banks' cash reserve In vaults, $14,461,400.
Trust companies' cash reserve In vaults,
Cof fee Market. -
New York, Jan. 13. The market for cof
fee futures opened barely steady at a de
cline of 2 points, following scattered trade
selling and liquidation by recent buyers,
owing to disappointment over foreign politi
cal development. The sinking of a vessel
en route to Santoi was partially offset by
the increased tonnage available in the cof
fee trade and the market closed 1 to 4
points lower. Salon 32,500 hags; January,
8.54c: February. 8.69c; March, 8.65c; April,
8.88r; May. 8.70c; June, 8.74c; July, 8.79c;
August, 8.84c; September, 8.81c; October,
8.94c; November, 9.00c; December, 9.06c
Spot, quiet ; Rio 7s, 10c: Santos 4s, 11c
Cost and freight offers were delayed. Rio
exchange was unchanged and there was a
decline of 75 rels at Santos.
Oil and Rosin.
Savannah. Oa., Jan. 18. Turpentine
Firm; 62i&3c; sales, 286 bbls.; recolpts,
120 bbla.: shipments, 118 bbls,; stock, 22,431
Rosin Firm: sales, 446 bbls.; receipts, $40
bbls.; shipments. 118 hbls.; stock, 89,980
bbls.; quote: A, B, C, D. B, F, G, $6.27;
H, I. $6.32: K, $6.60; M, $8.76; N, $0.95;
WG, $7.00; WW, $7.26.
New York. Jan. 13, Metals The copper
market during the last week was unsettled,
although at the close a firmer tone devel
oped and prices recovered some of their
early losa; etectrolytlo quoted at $27,00 0
32.50. Iron, firm t-nd unchanged.
Klgln Butter Market,
Elgin. Jan. 1$. Butter Thirty-five tubs
al U8 4:.
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Not Enough Cattle In to Make
a Saturday Market Hog
Receipts Break Record.
HOG PRICES MOVE UP, TOO
Omaha, January i;t.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs
nrricial Monday ...
Official Tuesday ..
Official Thursday .
Official Friday . . .
Six days Ihls week. .34.379 112.766 77.687
Same dayn last week. 28,739 67. 391 63,138
Sams days 3 wka. ago. 16, 136 51.170 46.39J
Same days 3 wks. ago.31,930 9U.990 44,42
Same days 4 wks. ago.36.30'j 2 . 6 r. 3 fin, 467
Same daya last year. .28,854 79.061 4. 163
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Talon Stork Yards, Omaha, for twenty
four hours ending at 3 o'clock p. m. yes
terday: RKCKTPTS CARS.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheeplfr'a
. 5,845 26,609
. 4.718 34.31
. 3.Sti7 15.109
C. M. 4s 81. P 5
Missouri Pacific 3 ,. -
I Union Pacific t'i
C. A N. W.. east.. .. I 1
C. A N. W., west .. 37
l. St P., M. A O. 8 4 1
C. B. A Q., east.. .. 1
0 R. A Q.. west.. 1 16
('.. R. 1. P , east 2 15 1
C. R, 1. A P., west . . 2
Total receipts ... 6 105 1 2
DISPORPTION H BAD.
. . 369
Morris A Co
Swift A Co ,
Cudahy Packing Co...
Armour A Co
Schwarts A Co
J. W. Murphy
Cattle As usual on Saturday, there was
nothing of any consequence in beef on the
market and prices were nominally un
changed. Receipts for the six days have
been about 34,000 head, which la an un
usually large midwinter run and fully 6,000
heavier than for the week previous, or the
second week In January s year ago. Prices
have been aomwhat uneven, but in the
main there was a well sustained dnmand
for desirable killers and, barring the unsat-
laractory stock and refrigerator oar situa
tion, the market would be In very good
The bad car situation also Influenced the
tocker and feeder market adversely, and
while trade was active and stronger the
early part of the wevk, the market was
slow and lower toward the close, and Indi
cations are that quite a good many cattle
would have to be carried over until next
week In yard traders' hands.
Uuotatlons un ,-altltj Uuud In cholc
yearling beeves, $10.26011.60: good t
choice weighty cornffd beeves, S1O.OO0U.O8:
tair to good corn fed beeves, 89.6O0io.oo
common to fair corn fed beeves. $7. 7609.60
god to choice grass beeves. $8.0009,26; fair
to good graas beeves, $7.6008.00; common
to fair grass beeves. $6. 6007.60; good
choice heifers. $7.0008.60. good to choice
cows, $7.0008.00; fair to good cows. $4,000
ii.w; com -non to fair cows, $4.5006.00;
prime feeding steers. $8.6409.26: good to
ublce feeders. $$.0008.60; fair to good feed
87.50 0 8.00: common to lair feeders.
40.3607.00; fair to choice stock era, 87.760
b io; stock nelfers, $6.3608 26- stock cows,
$5.6007.60; clock calves, $7.0009.00; veal
calves, $7.60010.00; beef bulls, stage, etc.
16.0007.78; bologna bulla $5.6004.00.
Hogs Hog recelnta of 104 cars, or 7.700
head, were hy far the smallest of the
week, but they brought the total for tho
week up to 112,766 head, which Is more
than 4,000 larger than any previous weok's
receipts in tne nmtory or the yards. This
week's supply Is 46,000 larger than a week
ago, more than twice aa heavy as two weeks
ago and greater than for the correspond
ing ween last year oy 83,000 nead.
Tne market showed another sharp ad'
vance today, though packers paid higher
prices grudgingly. If anvthlns. the oercent
age of good to choice butcher weight and
heavy hogs were larger than yesterday and
snippers who had broad orders bought
very isir share of the offerings. They paid
prices that ranged from a dime to 20c
higher, and were generally 16o above y ester
Packer! were slow about getting In. and
tried all through the morning to get hogs
steady, but in the end bulk of the killer
Logs sold a dime higher. Close was alow.
and. If anything, easier, some mixed hogs
not showing quite as much advance as was
paid early, while rather than carry thera
until Monday sellers took steady orlcea for
a tew Duncnes or ngnt stun.
The general market was a big 10c higher
tnan yesterday ana snowed even more ad.
vance than that on paper, on account of the
No. Av. Hh. Pr. No, A v.
... 10 06
... 10 16
40 10 26
80 10 $0
80 10 40
120 10 60
... 10 60
... 10 70
.. 10 10
. . 10 $0
... 10 26
... 10 $6
.. 10 45
.. 10 66
.. 10 40
40 10 76
11. .10$ ... $ $0
Sheep On one of the largest runs ever
received In January, lambs this woek scored
an upturn of about 36 cents. Slow markets
were the rule, as runs were large In both
cattle and hogs as well as sheep, and many
trains were taie in getting in. while the
chulos were generally congested. Monday's
market was slow, but generally steady,
while Tuesday's trade, while dreggy, showed
lUOMc a a vance, weanesday, on another
big run, prices ruled steady. Thursday's
market was mainly 10c higher, and yester
day, while other points reported steady to
lower, a 10016c advance wss scored here,
the bulk of good offerings selling at $13.40
013.60, with Nome fr stuff downward from
$13.36, and one car of choice fed westerns
at a new record of $13.75. Clipped lambs are
nominally a quarter higher than a week
ago. Almost none wero here during the
week, but a good kind of fresh clipped stuff
would bring around $11.50011.60, while
fall dipt am quotable up to $11.76.
If anything, muttons aold easier Monday.
hut no quotable declines were registered
during the week, and there were a couple of
upturns, closing quotations being around
higher than a week ago. Most of the
good ewes here during the week moved at
$9.3509.60, and on the close some reached
ID. 66, while tho right nort should bring $9.76.
Yearlings reached a new high mark of
$12.00, and, while there were no toppy weth-
ra here, they are nominally quoted as high
Feudors advanced steadily all week and
clotted mainly 35 0 40c higher than a week
ago. Anything at all desirable In the lamb
line Is selling upward from $12.60 and a real
good kind Is topping at $13.00. iJeoent to
good feeding ewes are moving largely at
$7.0008.00. A string of Utah feeding year
lings brought $9.66 Wednesday. They , are
the first that have been offon 1 In over a
tatlons on sheep and lambs: Lambs.
good to choice, $13.40013.75; lambs, fair
to good, $13,00013.40; lambs, clipped, $10.76
(till.7i; lambs, feeders, $12.00013.00; year-
nas. good to choice. I11.OO01Z.OO: year-
11 n tea, fair to choice, $10.00011.00; wethers,
fair to choice, $9.60010.60; ewes, good to
choice, $9.4009.46; ewes, fair to good, $8.00
09.40; ewes, plain to cull, $4.0007.76;
ewes, feeding. 46.ou0S.oo.
Ht. Lout Uve Htonk Market,
St. Louis, Jan. 13. Cattle Receipts. 1,,
head ; market steady ; native beef steers,
$7.600 11.50 ; yearling ateers and heifers,
$8.507' 11.50 ; cows, $6.6008.60; a lock era and
feeders. $5.a0 08.60; prime southern beef
teers. $. 0009. 00; beef cows and heifers.
$4.3607.60; prime yearling steers and
heifers, $7.6009.00; native calves, $6,000
Hots iteoeipts, e.oou neaq; market
higher; tights, $10.45010.75; pigs, $8,260
10.00; mixed and bu tc hers, $10.60010.90;
good heavy, $10.86010.96; bulk of sales,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 250 bead ;
market steady; lambs, 12.76013.76; ewes,
$6.5009.76; yearlings, $11.00 012.26.
St. Joseph Uve block Market.
St. Joseph, Jan. 18. Cattle Receipts, 100
head: market steady; ateers, $7.00011.50;
cows and heifers, $5.00010.00; calves, $$.60
Hoffa Receipts, 6,000 head; market $01Oc
higher; top, $10.75; hulk of sales. $10. $60
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head;
lambs, $18.00012.66; ewes. $9 0009.76.
New York, Jan. l$.-otton Futures
opened ateady ; January. 1 8. 10c ; March.
18.36c; May, 18.48c; July, 18.49c; October,
The cotton market today closed with May
down to $17.90, or a net break of 63 points.
Cotton Futures cloned unsettled; Janu
ary. 17.75c; March, 17.77c; May. 17.96c;
July, 17.94c: October, 16 17c.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Sales Barely 200,000 Shares,
Smallest Turnover in
TRADING IS PR0FESSI0NAI
New York. Jan. 13. The moul Interesting
event of the day In th financial district,
publication of the weekly bunk wtntomrnt.
showing an actual ranh gain by local banks
or more (han 160,000.000, did not develop
until after the close of an exceedingly dull and
meaningless ieantnti of iho stock market.
Hales barely approximate! 200,000 shares,
the smallest turnover In many months, even
for a week end.
The cah gain disclosed by the bank state
ment was partly offset by a loan expansloo
of more than $41,001,00(1, due. In all proba
blllty. to some important financing. This
was fully neutralised, however, by an In
crease of virtually $41,000,000, or a total of
about $96,000,000 In the last three weeks,
bringing total actual excess reserve up to
ihe formidable figure of $141,438,630, which
slightly exceeds any woekly showing of the
Of thb market Itself it heed only he said
that trading was confined to a relatively
small fraction ef the professional element.
Kffortu to depress rrieea during the ftrat
hour were a Mala ted by the heaviness of a
few specialities, notsbly Bethlehem Steel
and United Stales Rubber, at declines of 16
and 16H points, respectively.
Weakness of rubber was attributed to the
new financing; announced yesterday, which
Imposes aom restraints on the company's
future dividend policy. Olher Industrials,
as well as specialties of varied descriptions
were 1 to S polcln lowor, and United States
Steel also yielded a full polnl, but short cov
ering caused general, and In some rates,
material recoveries at the close
Ralls lapsed Into their recent obscurity,
leaillng members of thai group being only
occasionally quoted, with moderate recea
slona in Canadian Pacific. Southern Rail
way preferred, and some of Ihe minor or
Week end news of a general character
exerted little or no Influence in any quarter
of the slock llsL The mercantile agencies
noted a degree of caution and higher prices
for crude and refined oils were reported.
Bonds were firm on small deliveries. Total
sales, par value. $3,436,000. United States
bonds were unchaogod on call during the
Number of sales and quotations on lead
ing stocks were:
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Am Beet Sugar... 300 43 91 91 4
American Can LS00 46 44 44
Am Car A Foundry 6
Am Locomotive. .
700 04 70 i9
Am SmelL St Kef..
1,700 106 105U
200 110 110M
200 123 123M
400 3 85
$.900 $3 82M
800 104 104M
$.200 66 64
200 81 83
Am Sugar Ref....
Am. Tel. Tel....
Am. 7. L. A S ...
Held, ljocomotivs. .
Baltimore A Onto.
Brook. Rapid Tran.
B. ft S. Copper....
Central leather. . .
Chesapeake ft Ohio
C, M. ft SL P
C. R. I. A P Ry..
Colo. Fuel ft Iron. .
Corn Products Ref.
(leneral Klectrte. . ..
Great No. pfd
Great No. Ore ctfs.
Inter. Con, Corp...
Int M. M. pfd. ctfs.
K. C. Southern ....
Kennecett Copper. .
Louisville A Nash..
M,, K. ft T. pfd....
New York Central..
N T., N. H. H..
Norfolk ft Western.
Ray Con. Copper.,.
Rep. Iron ft Steel. .
Shattuck Arlx. Cop.
Southern Railway. .
Union Pacific pfd..
U. H. Ind Alcohol..
IT. A Steel
400 3$ $6
1,700 104 103
800 66 6H $8
1,800 26 $6 8R
$,400 99 98 99
3,Hifl 78 77 77
300 25 86 26
300 97 96 96
4,000 30 30 30
400 104 104 104
$,300 $31 228 130
600 143 142 14JJJ
"? 606 119 ill" 119
49,600 111 110 111
U. 8. Steel pfd.
Utah Copper. .
Wabash pfd. "!
. $.800 104 103 104
600 28 31 18
Westlnghouse Blec. 400 63 tt 62
Total sales for the-day, $00,009 snares.
CHICAGO LITE STOCK MARKKT.
Cattle Steady Hogs Active and IHgher
Chlcsgo. Jan. IS. Cattle Receipts, 600
head; market, steady; native beef cattle,
$7. 75011.80: western steers, $7.60010.00;
atockera and feeders, $6.6008.50; cows and
heifers, $4.40010.00; calves, $9.76014.85.
lloas Kecelpts. ib.vuv neaa market, ac
tive, 10016c above yesterday's average; bulk
of sales, $10.40010.80; light, $10.10010.70;
mixed, 10.40010.$$; heavy, $10.46010.40,
rough, $10.46010.60; pigs, $7.8609.76.
Sheen and Lambs Receipts, 8,000 head:
market, strong; wethers, $9.60010.$$; ewes,
$7.26010.26; lambs, $11.40014.1$.
Kansas City Un Stock Market.
Kansas City, Jan. 13. Cattle Receipts,
200 head: market steady; prime fed iteeni,
$10.75011.60; dressed beef steers, $8,500
$10.60; western steers, $7.60011.60; cows,
$6.25 09.00; heifers, $$.$0011.00; stackers
and feeders, $6.2609.00; bulls, $6.000800;
Hogs Receipts, $00 head; market higher;
bulk of aalea, $10.40 0 1 0.76; heavy, $10,700
10.80; packers and butchers. $10.60010.76;
light, $10.10010.60; pigs. $0.26010.00.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, none; mar
ket steady; lamhs, $13.00013,76; yearlings,
$11.5O0U'.36; wothers, $9.50010.25; ewes,
Hloux City Uve Stock Market.
Sioux City, Jan. 13. Cattle Receipts, 300
head; market steady; beef ateers, $9,600
11.00; butchers, $7.OO08.!6; fat cows and
heifers, $0.0009.00; canners. S4.3606.6u;
atockera and feeders, $6.6008.60; calves,
$6.0008.60; bulls, stags, etc., $6.5007.60;
feeding cows and heifers, $6.0007.60.
Hogn Kcceipts, n.buu neao; market 100
1f.c higher; light, $9.70010.10; mixed.
$10.16010.60: huavy, $10.66010.70; pigs.
$8.00$8.60; bulk of sales, $10.00010.60.
Sheen and iamns rteceipta. 100 head:
market steady; d muttons, $8.00011.60;
wethers, $9.00010.00 ewos, $8.2609.26;
New York Money Market,
New York, Jan. IS. Mercantile Paper-
3HU3 Pr cent.
Sterling Kxcnange oixiy-aay Dili.
$4.72; commercial sixty-day bills on banks,
14.73: commercial sixty-day bills. S4.72:
demand, $4.76; cables, S4.76H-
Sllver Bar, 74c; Mexican dollars, 67c
Bonds Government, steady; railroad.
U. 8. r 2s. reg. 99 M. K. ft T. 1st 4a 77
do coupon ... thmo. r con.
IT. S. 3s. res... .101 Mont Power
do coudoh ...101 N. Y. C. dob.
U. S. 4s. reg. ...110 N. Y. City 4s..110
'da co u Don ...liv1 x..n.H.u.c.M.liiB
A T. ft T. cv.4s 104 No. Pacific 4s... 96
Anglo-French 6s. 92 do 2a 68
Atch. gen. 4a.... 9S40rc S. U ref. 4a. 94
B ft O. 4a 81Pac T. ft T. 6s.. 101
Beth. SL ref 6s. 101 Pnnn. eon. 4s..l07
Central Pac. 1st. 93 do gen. 4s...l03
& O. cv. s. j rteaaing gen s. UttVi
r n A O. it. 4s ttSo. Pac. cv. 5s. ..104
C. M.ASt P.CV.5S 106 do ref. 4s 94
C. R. I. fit r. r. is 1 1 nanway aa. .ma
C. ft S. ref. 4H- 86Unlon Pacific 4a. 100
D. ft R. O C. 4s. 86 do cv. 4a 94
Erie gen. 4s 73AU. tt. KubDer 6a. .104
Gen. Eke. 6s. . .106M
8. 8te.M 6s. . .106
Ot. No. 1st 4 lis. 101 West Union 4i
I. C ref. 4 niiuuin. ot i.,
K. C. So ref. Ss 90 Bid.
LAN. an. 4s... 97
London (Hecks and Roods.
London, Jan. 13. American securities
hardened, but the dealing! were narrow od
thti Stock exchange here today.
fillvr Kar, 3fcd par ounce.
Money 3 per cent.
DUcount Hates Short and three months'
bllla, 6 pur cent;.
Dry Goads Market
Nw York. Jan. 13. Cotton goods were
today In fair dnmand for current ehipment.
Yarns were barely steady on low numbers.
Knit goouii were firm and noniery activo.
Lin '-nil w-rfl firm. Jobbt-ra reported an In-
cralng houao tradn,
Many People Don't Know
A aluRgiah liver causes an awful amount of
misery o keep it active use Dr. King's
New Life Pills. Only tie All druggists.
Dogs That Eat Too
Much Good Steak
(rorrpapoiid.nr. tf Tho Aa.niatmf l'r. mi. )
London, Dec. 22. Thousands (
dogs arc helping to keep up the Inch
cost of eating in this country hy Tikii
ratively snatching from the mouths of
humans pound steaks, mutton chops
nud other expensive things. This was
brought out in i'artiament the other
day when it became known that steps
were heing taken to "reduce" the
2.000,000 dogs that inhabit the British
Isles. The result was 4 protest from
alarmed dog lovers and a chorus of
approval by dog haters. Newspapers
have been flooded with letters from
The suggestion of the government
to raise the dog tax from $1.50 to $5
is one of the proposed steps to "re
duce the dogs. But it is pointed out
that the breeder and well-to-do owner
will not be deterred by an increased
tax. In favor of the dogs, it is de
clared that dogs were never more use
ful than today. The head of a Lon
don dog home says he gets more re
quests tor dogs than in peace time
so many women are nervous now that
their husbands are in the army and
they buy dogs to guard their homes.
He says that to forbid doEkeeoins as
a form of wasteful extravagance would
cost more m human happiness than
it would save in human blood.
What really makes patriotic people
boil with rage is to see fashionably
dressed women with anywhere from
two to a half a dozen pampered pets..
These are the dogs accused of eating
the pound steaks.
"The really best dogs, like 'all the
best people," says the Daily Mail, "eat.
simple food. A good house dog in a
well-ordered household may be kept in
perfect health at an infinitesimal cost.
It is the utterly useless dog with no
merit but pedigree and no part in life
but to be pampered that develops fas
tidious and extravagant tastes and be
comes a nuisance at home and in the
street, in the hotels and in railway
But it appears certain that whatever
other breeds may be affected by the
threatened reduction ot licenses the
British bulldog's place is secure. In
defense of the bulldog it is stated that
he is not an expensive luxury, that he
will eat almost anything and ouly re
quires one meal a day. ,
BawMl Pajamas for Kins.
Wltlla Kast Bay aac1.tr slrl wre busily
r-nsaiKMl In sewlnv shirts and knlttlna sonka
tor solfllsrs, ls-year-otd May 8utclltra, Bar
k.tay Hlah school slrl. oooupl.4 h.r spare
inom.nU, In maklns a pair of pink pajamas ,
tor Klna Oaorir. of Hnrland.
The garments, trimmed In royal purple,
were sent to the monarch as a Ohrlatmas
prnaent by the Berkeley maid. Mara than
twelve yards of tatting, the work of sIIhk
Hutcllffe, adorns the pajamaa. The young
seamstress la the daughter of George 8ut
tcltffe, Berkeley newspaper man, and the
family Is of Kngllsh descant, San Pran-
Omaha Hay Market. '
Prairie May Choice upland, tIS.SO; Not
1. 111. 00O19.00: No. I. 10.00U.00; No. 1.
1, 001)11,10.00. Choice midland, 111. 0; No, I,
110.6011.00; No, I, It.00atl0.00; No. , 11.00
6,.oo. Choice lowland, ,.bO0lo.oo: no. l.
la.OOOI .0; No. :, li.00trt.00; No. I, is.ooe
Straw Cboleo wheat la quotable at 11.000
0.60; choice oat or rye, $0.6007.00.
Alfalfa Choice. 117.6O011.OO: No. 1,
K.00017.00; standard, 116.00011.00; No. I,
I13.O0U14.00; No. , S10.00Oll.00.
New Tork. Jan.- II. Sugai- The future
market was easier under selling by commis
sion houses and trade Interests on the Idea
that offerings from Cuba will soon Increase;
closing prices were I to 11 points lower;
January, 4.11c; March, .01o; May, 4.03c;
July, 4.00c. Raw steady; molasses, 4.61c;
centrifugal, B.80o, BeOned ateadyi floe
Barb Minister Here..
Washington, Jan. 14. Arrangements wero
made today for I.joubomlr MlchaUovttch,
the first Serbian minister ever axeedlted to
the United States, to present bis credentials
to Secretary Lansing Monday.
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