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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRIL CD, 1911.
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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Prospects for Wheat Bearish from
Natural Conditions.
CASH CORN LIKELY TO TALL
lo Line Expected to Feel Presaare
f the lacreased Receipts
Trade for the Day la Gen
erally Doll.
OMAHA. April 28. 1911.
Rain a have been general covering moat
cl the winter wheat belt, seeding la pro
gressing rapidly in the northwest and la
pecled to be completed this week.
The forecast Is for further ralna covering
both winter and spring wheat sections.
Legitimate Influences aurroundiriK the
wheat market continue depressing to hold
ers, as the cash demand for wheat and
flour Is still Inactive and more wheat Is
being- bought to arrive than Is sold for
shipment.
The sentiment In changed in the corn
situation, holders of long: lines having been
good sellers and some reaction In values is
predicted. Cash corn, while steady and In
good demand, la likely to feel the pressure
of increases In receipts.
Trade In wheat was rather dun, but sup
Port waa of enough character to hold val
ues firm to a shade higher. Cash wheat
was unchanged.
Offerings of corn were light and the mar
ket held firm with wheat. The market
Is on a supply and demand basis and
changes are narrow.
Primary wheat receipts were 351.000 bush
els and shipments were 3:!3.0X bushels,
against receipts last year of 240.0ft) bush
els and shipments of 271.000 bushels.
Primary corn receipts were 441,00 bush
els and shipment were 723,000 bushels,
gainst receipts last vear of 209.000 bush
els and shipments of S:X,000 bushels.
Clearances were S9.0W bushels of corn,
none of oats and wheat and flour equal to
1,9.000 bishels
Liverpool cosed unchanged to d lower
on wheat and d to Vid lower on corn.
The following casn Bales weie reported.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 1 car, Mc; No. 3
hard. 1 car, aiVsc
CORN No. 2 white, 2 cars, 4Vtc; No. 3
white, 48c; No. 2 yellow, 1 car, 48140 : No. 2
mixed, 2 cars, 48c; No. 3 mixed, 8 cars.
48c; 8 cars, 47Ho; 1 car, 47Vi,c; No. 4 mixed.
1 car, 46c.
OATB No. I white, cars. 31c.
Omaha Caik Prlrea.
WHRAT No. 2 hard, 86V9ltt", No. I
hard, 86 ',Ktf0M,c : No. 4 hard, 80Si SCVc ; re
jected hard, 7tyfrfi2c; No. 3 aprtnK, KtWg9fc;
No. 4 spring, MKc; No. 2 durum, mWti
lie; No. I durum, H3Vjtf86c.
CORN No. 2 while. 47iVi!&4Mc: No. 8
white. 474''u4Sc; No 4 white, 4i!',Vii47c; No.
8 color, 47Vi(jj'48c; IVo. 2 yellow, 474tiftlMc;
No. 3 yellow, 47ii48c; No. 4 yellow, 4fii43
IFVc; No. 2, 47'Jr48c; No. 3, 4748c; No.
I, 454i47c; no grade, 441450.
OATB No. 2 white. 31&r31ttc: standard,
aOVVic; No. 3 white. 30.f(3lc: No. 4
white, 3030c; No. 3 yellow, Wa3We No.
I yellow, 3oU30ttc.
BARLEY No. 3, 885Wc; No. 4, 8096c;
No. 1 feed, TOg1!;; relected, 60iSSc.
RYB No. 2. 88ftf80c; No. 8, 875'8c.
Caurlot Receipts. v
Wheat.
Chicago 10
Minneapolis 132
Omaha '. 10
Uuluth 21
futures quiet; May, 8s Hd; July. 6s Hd;
Oct., tw ltd.
tOR.N-S)ot firm; Amen Ian mixed 01a m
Id; futures quiet; May, 4s 9d; July 4s SSfed.
SEW TURK (;K F.RAL MARKET
t.tjotatlona of the liar on Varlooa
Com mod It lea.
NEW YCltK. April 2S FIH'R Steady ;
spring patents, $4.7Va6.10; winter straights,
H4.3u'. spring clears, $3.tVM4.U; winter
txtras. No. 1, H 2Cii3.4n; winter extrasNo.
2. U'ffi-lo: Kansas straights. $4.Wift.25.
Uye flour, tlrm; fair to good, $4.45; choice
to fancy. f4 8i"u4
COKNM EAL Firm; fine white and yel
low. ll.l.Virl.at; coarse. $l.lif1.15; kiln dried,
12.2.-..
W H KAT Spot market firm; No. 2 red,
SJ'-iC, elevator, and l5'c, f. o. b. afloat;
No. 1 northern Dtlltttn, $1.0Vi, f. o. b.
afloat. Futures market was very steady
most of the rittv, with small offerings, due
t' fears of bullish developments in the
May position west and on the tlrmness In
the outside markets, but eased off a little
lnt, closing imcl tinged to 'nc net hlKher.
May closed at 94vc; July, 94V:; September,
COKN Spot market steady; export, new.
No. 2, MMiC, nominal, f. o. b. afloat. Fu
tures market was without transactions,
closing V4c net lower. May closed at 69Vc;
July, r.!'c.
OATS Spot market steady. Futures
market was without transactions, closing
nominal.
HA y Firm; prime. $1.30; No. t ' $126;
No. 2 $1 10W1.1R; No. 3, 9"cC7$100.
Hops Firm; state, common to choice.
19l. :.
LEATHER Steady; hemlock firsts, 26
&27c; socoiids, 21H4i23c; thirds. 19&20C; re
jects, 14ffl6c.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; mess. 118.00
518.j0; family. 318.50ft 20.00; thort clear,
$16.7iVu 18.00. Beef, steady; mess, $13.50114.00;
famllv. $15.00u 15.50; beef hams, $26. OOfe 28.00.
Cut meats, quiet; pickled Denies, iu 10 1
pounds, Ill.0tml2.fi0; pickled hams, $12.00.
.8'd, steady, middle west prime, zx.uvas.i);
refined, firm; continent. $s.?3: 8011th Amer-
ca, 3'J.7S; compound, $6 81 M.7.la.
6Ttc; country, 54rj1e,
BUTTER Easy; creamery specials, zzc;
xtraa. 22Ac: firsts. 21'a'u22c; seconds. 200;
creamery, held extras, WipWc ; firsts, 17c;
seconds, I7tjliHc: state dairy, nntsi. ziryc
2'-sc; rood to prime, 19u20Vsc; common to
fair, 16 18c.
CHEESE Irregular; late fall, gooa to
ririme colored. UPWftllUc: late fall, white.
lnsygilc; current make, large oest, tuirw
10-c; current make, common to ratr, waiiuc;
skims. 2d 10c.
EQ6B Steady; fresh gathered, se
lected extras, l'4c; same, first. 17a'18c;
same, second. 16c; storage packed, first.
18Vygl9c; state, Pennsylvania and nearby
nennery, wnue, ticaicj same, Kinereu,
white. 18iU'20c; western, gathered, wnite.
liVifl9c.
POULTRY Alive, easy; fowls, 13Wlo;
urkeys, 13c. Dressed, weak; western
fowls, 14(310c; western turkeys, 1518c.
Corn.
201
'is
Oats.
150
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Festeres of the Trad In a; and Closing
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. April 28. Bull leaders gave
an appearance of strength to the wheat
market today by timely purchasing when
there was a sign of the approach of weak
ness. Forecasts of ' a material decrease
In world shipments proved to be some
thing of a help against the bears. Closing
figures were at a net advance 01 c to
'r.c. Corn finished WaVtO up, oats the
tame as last night to a gain of kc and
hog products Irregular strung out over
range of 15c. divided just euually above
and below the level ot twenty-four
hours before.
Shorts In wheat acted with' much cau
tlon, covering quickly and causing a num
ber of sharp but not extended swells. At
the outset, the market received an upward
Impetus from the fact that Argentina ship
mens were about LOOO.OOO bushels less than
a year ago. On the whole the trade
seemed to have drifted Into a waiting posi
tion, fearing to-get away from conserve
tlve operations In the new crop months
until something more definite waa known
In regard to the climax ot the May deal
The tone at the olose waa steady, with
prices about the best of the day. July
varied from 87o to Ki!ifVo and in the
end waa 4wfi44a net hluher at 87'c.
In corn the advance waa largely due o
wet weather and to a prediction of more
moisture for tomorrow. July fluctuated be
tween 62'4o e-nd 62c, closing easy. (S'o
up, at alo. Cash grades were steady. ISO.
I yellow finished at WiKlo.
The oats trade was chiefly In the dlrec
tlon of changing from May to distant fu
turea. High and low levels for July were
81o and aiMio. with last sales at ilc,
net sain of Vc.
Provisions responded to free buying on
the part of packers and shorts. The day
left pork 60 to 63TVo higher, lard un-
' changed to 2H6o up and ribs 2a lm-
tirove.1 to Eii)7VkO decline.
Prices In Chicago furntaned by the Dp-
dike orain company. Telephone Douglas
S473, 70s Brandels building, umaua:
Artlctea.l Open. Hlga-I Low. J Close.) Tes'y
"Wheat I
May.. 89Wfl W WTi'sOHf. 9f4
July.. S7W874'T 87 86'uT
Kept.. fc)8ttv7 fctV4j86Hj t
M 2H 62 C24 51
July.. IX'H . b-
Sept.. UMk 63 bm 63W 63
Oats
May.. S1H& 31 81 JIVj 814
July..iiVnuH 81 ' 8'H 31 314
Sept.. W 81'; ilhi 1H 81,
Pork
May.. IS CO IB SO IS 60 IB 65 15 60
July.. 16 00 16 10 16 00 lo(6 14 8iV4
Lard
May.. I0S 8 7 3 02H 8 06 806
July.. SIB IK) 8 12Vi 8 20 113
Sept.. S 80 S 87V4 8 20 I
Ribs
May.. S IB 8 22 8 16 8 J24 8 17
July.. 8 10 8 17W S074 8 12V 8 12
Sept.. I02V4 8 10 8 00 S 06 2 U2V,
Cash quotations were as fullows:
FLOUR steady; winter patents, 83.80(9
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Largest Advance of Week Made Dur
ing Day's Trading.
DEMAND IS MUCH LESS ACTIVE
Seasoned Dividend Patina- Stocks Are
Chiefly In Demand. Sharp l
tarn Ocean In the Laat
Honr.
NEW YORK. April 28 Although trading
waa less active on the Btock exchange to
day than yesterday, the tone was tirmer
and the largest advances of prices of the
week were made.
The slowing down of business extended to
the bond department, but there was still
a good demand for first-class Issues. Sale
by the underwriters of 1(.ipo0,(w two-year
notes of the National Railways of Mexico
and $7.5iiO.OOO general mortgage bonds of
the Northwestern railway were announced,
nounced.
Seasoned dividend paying stocks were
chiefly In demand. 'The Inquiry for this
class of securities Increased as the day
progressed and In the last hour resulted
in a sharp upturn, which carried prices to
the high level of the week. Reading, Union
Pacific. Louisville & Nashville and tft. Paul
are rep'res ntatlve of the grade of railroad
stocks which advanced a point or more,
while among the Industrials similar ad
vances were scored by American Smelting,
Consolidated Gas, General Electric, Inter
national Harvester and United States
bteel. Canadian Pacific moved up three
points to 2134, the highes. figure at which
the stock ever sold.
Bank exchanges for the week make a
more satisfactory comparison than a week
ago. Total at all leading cities of the
country la still less than In the same period
of last vear, but the loss Is considerable
smaller than In the preceding week.
The amount of gold dispatched to Canada
this week was Increased today to 31,900,000
by a shipment of 3750.000.
Reading's March report, showing a net
Increase for all companies of 3150,OuO, repre
sented a satisfactory contrast with other
recent statements, and was a factor In
I strengthening the market. Great Western
ana ot. jouib ouuuieru wnu iryuucu not
increases.
Bonds were firm. Total sales, par value.
83.036,0110. United States bonds were un
changed on call
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows:
3fcla
actual business In bankers' bills at 34.84040
for sixty day bills and at 84 8H46 for demand.
1 tiiMMKRvTAL FILJ 84 83'4.
SlI-VKR Bar. rfcc; Mexican dollars. 4.c.
HON US Government, steady; railroad,
firm.
Closing quotations on bonds today ware
as follows:
II. s. t-f. ft ra I"1 Int- M. M. 4H
do coupon Ill Jipn 4 ft"1
O. . (a, r Join 'do 4W W
do coupon 101H K. C. Po. 1st .... 7S
U. a. 4a. r( U4 I S. deb. 4a 1K31...
da coupon IIS U A N. unl. 4s fi
Allla-CHal. lat U 74 M. K. A T. lat 4a. 7
Am. Af. (a 10t do M. 4ta S7
Am. T. A T. c. 4B..1WH Mo. Pacific 4a 7
Am. Tooacvo 4a MV N. K. K. of M. 4a 3
do (a 104-, N. T. a ( Sa 89H
Armour Co. US' 4o deb. 4a M'-i
Corn nnd Wheat Iteglou Bnlletln.
Record for the twenty-four houra ending
at 8 a. tn. Friday, April 28, 1911: , . .
OMAHA DISTRICT.
Temp. Raln
Rtatlnns. Max. Mln. fall
Ashland. Neb 6 64 .00
Auburn. Neb 69
Columbus, Neb... 70
ulbertson. Neb.. 7
Fairbury, Neb... 72
Fairmont. Neb... 70
Gr. Islund, Neb.. 74
Hartlngton, Neb. 75
Hastings, jyeb.... 73
HoldreKe, Neb... 74
No. Platte, Neb.
Oakdale, Neb
Omaha, Neb
Tekamah. Neb..,
Valentine. Neb.. 74
Alta, la. 70
Carroll, la
Clarlnda, la
Sibley, fa
Sioux City, la..
Minimum temperature
period ending at 8 a. m.
DISTRICT AVERAGES.
No. ot Temp.
District. Stations. Max. Mln.
72
. 74
9
71
67
66
74
70
47
60
40
46
49
48
46
44
46
46
44
64
63
60
52
61
48
60
62
.03
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.01
.00
.06
.00
.00
for
Sky.
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Pt. cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Pt. cloudy
Cloudy
', Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
twelve-hour
72
70
70
60
68
80
64
70
62
64
63
62
62
62
60
60
. 48
Rain'
fall.
.20
Columbus. 0 17
Louisville, Ky 20
Indianapolis, Ind.. 11
Chicago, III........ 25
St. Louis, Mo ZD
lies Moines, la..., 17
Minneapolis, Minn. 30
Kansas city, aio.. z.
Omaha, Neb 21
Moderate showers were general
the last twenty-four hours in all
the extreme western districts of the corn
nd wheat region, where only light ana
scattered showers occurred. A fall of 1.60
Inches occurred at Ironton. Mo. Tern
peraturea are moderate throughout the en
tire region. Ji. A. wauatx.
txicai iromcaater. w earner xtureau.
.80
.30
.30
.60
.20
. .00
.10
.00
within
except
84 30; straights, 33.60ti4.20; springs. ti.0CxuV;
bakers. SJ.00(u.40.
Rl li-No. i, 97o.
BARDEi Feed or mixing, 65jj86o; fair
to choice malting, 31-01.13.
SEhiI No. 1 southwestern, 32.46; No. I
northwestern, 82.60; timothy, 112.00. Clover,
816.00.
PROVISIONS-Mess pork, per bbl., 315.16H
j l.T&. luard, per luO lbs., 38.H&. Short ribs,
Idea loose. I7.!i ((.12; short clear sides
boxed, $8.2&&S.87S.
Total clearance of wheat and flour were
equal to 14K.00O bushels. Kx porta for the
week aa shown by Vradstreets, were equal
to 1.(86,000 bushels. Primary receipts were
361,000 bushels, compared with 840,000 bush
els the corresponding day a year ago.
Intimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
13 cars; corn, 827 cars; oats, 137 cars; hogs,
U.0C10 bead.
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. I red,
fiUiyiv?; 'u. red' 'W "; No. 2 hard.
0vniO2Hc; No. 8 hard, 870V4c; No. 1
northern spring, fl (Mujl.03; No. 3 northern
spring, 8oul.02; No. k spring, Wawto.
Corn: No. i cash. 63aM',c; No. 2 cavh. f'4
fchfVc: No. 3 white, 63a63Wc; No. 3 white,
&2Viiiitc: No. 3 yellow. 63Vi(&ftic; No. 3
yellow, 62VU63C Oats: No. i cash, iilijM
llo; No. 2 white, UaMe; No. 3 white,
2H0c; No. 4 white, 31iiS2c; standard.
82Wc.
WUTTKR Steady; creameries, 13ij20c;
dairies, Juki 18c.
IXKJS tteady; receipts. 25.234 cases: at
nark, cases included, lal4Vc; firsts, 16c;
prima firsts, 17a
C H E E 8 E Steady; daisies, 1212a;
twins, !2al3Wc: young Americas, lialio;
long horns, l2a12H5-
POTATOES Weak; choice to fancy, 599
(60; fair to good, 6uut2a.
POULTRY Firm; turkeys, H41Hc.
VBiAL -Steady; 60 to 60-lb. wts., ty"Hc;
60 to Olb. wis., MTTVxc; 86 to 1101b. wts..
Chicago Receipts Today: Wheat, 10 ears;
corn, Xol cars; oata. Ut cars. Estimated
tomorrow: Wheat Id cars; corn, S3 cars;
oat. 117 cars.
Mtaneaoolln train Market.
MINNKA-POiaU, April 88 WHEAT
May, 8"o; July, 80Se; September, uc;
cash, Ne. 1 hard, W"c; No. 1 northern.
ImiwV; No. 8 northern, f49r!fce; No. 8,
pii rn Flax cloeed at 81RH.
CORN No. 8 yellow, 49'r'fiOo.
OATS Nn. 8 white, JWiiauHc.
RTH-No. 1 4'on6c.
PRAN In 100-lb. sacks, 1 60T?.0.
n.OUR-F1rst pat-nta. 84 v4.; anond
vatenta M60o4 8 f rst l'rs, 831tj J.i6;
aoond clara, t2.Ba2 7.
Irf rnaal (,rta Vrki.
I.ntRPOJU April 38 WHEAT Spot
doJ, No. t red waatera winter ne stock;
8t. Levis General Market.
RT. LOUIS. ADrll 28. WHEAT Higher
May, 8888Hc; July, 4840; cash', firm;
track No. red, 91&91Hc; No. 2 hard, 89iiH9c.
CORN Higher; May, 614c; July, 614c;
cash, steady; track No. 2, 62!c; No.
white, 62l63Wc.
OATS Steady; May, 31V4c; July, 31V4c
cash, steady; track No. 2. 82Hc; No. !
white, 34c.
itYR ITnchanaed. 97o.
FLOUR Quiet; red winter patents. $4.20
?T4.70; extra fancy and straight, H.eutf 4.10;
hard winter clears. 2 6(fa'3. 16.
rERD Tlmo hv. 85.OaSa.60.
OY1RNMEAL .2.60.
BRAN Easy; sacked, east track,
L18.
HAY-Steady; timothy, 814.0OtP20.00; prai.
rle. S12 OOW16 00.
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged; Jobbing,
316 00. Lard, unchanged; prime steam, 37-75
41-7. 5. Dry salt meats, lower; boxed extra
shorts, 88.874; clear ribs. 38.374; short
clears, 38.624. Bacon, lower; boxed extra
shorts, 3874; clear ribs, 39.874; short
clears, 89.624- '
PUULi'iti Firm; chlokens, 124c
springs, 17c; turkeys, 1416c; ducks, 14c;
geese, 6c.
Hl'TTER Steady; creamery, 16r22o.
KGGS Firm. 1640.
Receipts. Shipments
Flour, bls. 4.900 8.400
Wheat, bu. SO.ono 84,000
Corn, bu , 81.000 62,000
Oats, bu. 80,000 81,000 j
Kanena City Grain nnd Provisions.
KANSAS CITT, Mo., April IS.- WHEAT
May, 88c; July, 82So, bid; September,
824c Cash unchanged; No. 3 hard, 86V9
94c; No. 8 hard, 82yU3c; No. I red, 89ii90c;
No. 8 red, 8.144) 58c.
CORN May, 4S(ff484e, bid; July,, 60
,V4c, sellers; September, 60c, bid. Cash,
steady to 4o lower; No. 2 mixed, 4484t4a;
No. s. 434ttc; no. 3 white, iswivwc; No.
8, 49o.
OATS steady; No. 8 white, 84635c ; No.
3 mixed, 824i 33c.
RTE No. 2. 85ig0.
HAT Steady; choice timothy, 814.60
15.00; choice prairie, 313 00gil2.50.
BUTTER Creamery. 21o; firsts, 18o; seo
onds, 16c; packing stock, I3o.
EGGS Extras, 174a; firsts, 15Ho.
Reoeipts. Shipments.
Wheat bu. ....-..-..... 2,0f 48,000
Corn, bu, 4J.0i 49.000
Oats, bu. 13,000 (.000
100
1.400
am
400
10, K)
1110
100
100
1,101)
100
100
100
800
too
.... 1.000
.... too
.... 1.400
.... 200
.... 400
.... 100
.... 800
.... 1.100
...I 11,300
100
Allla-lhalmera pfd ...
Amalrmmated fopper
American Agricultural
Amefioan Beet Sugar. .
American Can
American C. A F
American Cotton Oil
American H. A L. pfd
Am. Ice Securltlea..
American Llnaeed
American Locomotive
American 8. A R.
Am. 8. A R. pfd
Am. fltel Foundries.
Am. Sugar Refining
American T. A T
American Tobacco pfd
American Woolen
Anaoonda Mining Co
Atchlaon
Atchison pfd
Atlantlo Coast Line
Baltimore A Ohio
Bctblehein Steel
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Canadian Pacific ..
Central LMlher
Central Leather pfd
Central ot New Jersey...
Chesapeake & Ohio
Chicago A Alton
Chicago Q. W
c. a. w. pfd
Chicago A N. W
C, M. A St. P
a, a. a tsi 1....,
Colorado F. A I
Colorado A Southern....
Consolidated Oaa
Corn Products
Delaware A Hudson
Denver A R. O....
D. A R. O. pfd a.
Distillers' Securities ...
Erie
Brie lat pfd
Krte Id pfd
General EMectrlo
Great Northern pfd
Great Northern Ora ctf.
Illinois Central
Inter bo rough Met
Int. Met. pfd
International Harvester .
Int. Marina pfd......
International Paper
International Pump
Iowa Central
Kanaas City Southern...
K. C Bo. pfd
Laclede Gaa
Louisville A Nashville..
Minn. A St. Loula
M., Rt. P. A a 8. M...
M., K. A T
M., K. A T. pfd
Mlaaourl Paolflo
National Blacult
National bead
N. R. R. ot M. Id prd.
New Tork Central
N. 1., O. A W
Norfolk A Western
North American
Northern Paclft IW0
High. low. Close.
274 174 "
I
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42
(2
134
t(k N. T.. N. H. A
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...110 N. A W. 1st e. 4a.
... 14 no v. 4a
... No. Pacific 4a
... 2 do la
..It O. 8. U rrdg. 4s..
... 844 Penn. ct. tve laid.
...loh do con. aj
... WK. Reading gen. 4a....
1MV, St. L. A 8. r. f(.
100 7i do gen. a
Atchison gen.
do cv. 4a
do cv. be.....
At. C. U 1st 4a..
Ual. A Ohio 4a....
do
do 8. W. ivta
Brook. Tr. cv. 4a..
cn. pf Oa. t,a....
Cen. Leather 4a. ... .
C. ot N. t. g. to..
Chee. A Ohio 4Vts.
da ref. 6a
Chicago A A. Its... 00 lat gold
C B. A Q. J. 4a.... s. A. I 4a.
do grn. 4s T, 80. Pac. c.
C. M. A 8. P. a l4a U CO CT. 4a..
C. R. I. A P. a. 4s . 74T4 00 1st ref.
' St. L. B. W. e. 4a.
f. 4.
do rfg. 4a su 80. Railway ta. 107V,
Colo. Ind. to 7 do an. 4a 7
Com. Mid. 4a J "union Pacltto 4a loivi
c. A B. r. A a. 4Ws bnu do cv. 4a VH
B- uo m rvi.-... 0,1
M C. 8. Rubbis (a 10S
;S V. 8. Sleel d to....!06ti
tt Va -Car. chem. to... 1014
tSe abash lat 6a 10
;54 do 1st A ax. 4a.... "H
Ttv. Western Md. 4a 4
71 West. Rleo. cv. 6a... M
66i Wla. Central 4a M
r' Mo. Pao. cv. la. 3i
761a
H.
.IJJ'i
.
.101
.1004
. 71
.
. Ml
.10 J
... MS
4a 81V
7
14
74
7'
n
4
D. A H. ot. 4a..
D. A R. G. 4a..
do ref. 6a
Dlstlllere' 6s
Erie p. 1. 4a
do gen. 4a........
do ct. 4a. ear. A.
do sertea B
Gen. Blec. 6a..
III. Cen. lat ret. 4a
Int. Mat. 4a
Bid. Offered.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Bun Light and Pricei Steady
to Lower.
LOGS AROUND FIVE CENTS LOWER
Sheep nnd Lambs Show I.lttle or N
Chance la Flthrr Dlrecttoa,
W hile Receipts for the Day
Are I.laht.
OMAHA. April 28. 1!U.
Cattle. Hoss. Sheep.
SOUTH
Receipts were:
Official MomlHV 2.M 8 S-'3 .il
Official Tuesday b.W )6.7 10,44i
Official Wednesday 8.4H9 lt.14 5.74o
Off c al Thursoay 2.M1S 13.b.".7 ti.4
Estimate Fiiday l.Uotl U.otn 2.MJ
Five days this wk...H.CI5 KK3 38.040
Bame days last weeK...a).4 fi2,;'S4 81,
Same days 2 weeks bko 17.7MI 60m 2,741
Same days 3 we, -Kb mo 14 419 42.S84 29.111
Same days 4 weeks aeo.21.Wi 60 Si 7 32.4S9
Same days last year....l9,3u4 . 18.74J 26.6Z5
The following table st.uws the receipts
of cattle, hogs anil sheep at South Omaha
(or the year to date as compared with laat
year: 1911. 1910. Inc.
Cattle S41.2S9 329.snfi U M
Hoks N.M021 719,8:i 1S3.182
Bliet-p 64,i.l 493.1S2 91.0S9
' The following table shows the range of
prices on hogs at (South Omaha for the
last several days, with comparisons:
Dates. I 1911. 1910.19O9.l08.19O7.19O6.19(.
April 19.. I 5 V,' I K) 6 92 30i 441 6 17
REPORT OP THE CLEARING HOUSE
Trastsactleas of the Associated Uaaki
for the Week.
NEW YORK. April 28. Bradstreefs bank
clearings report for the week ending April
27 shows an aggregate of 2.730.&)o,000, as
agalnHt 2,7tl6.nMl.uuO last week and 12,939,
31S,Ou0 In the (torresepondlng week last year.
The following Is a list of the cuies:
CITIES.
Clearings j Inc. JDec.
fts A
664
42
10?
61
K0 J3V4
K'4
74
1041,
43
118
Iti
S
5Vt
S8
losvi
103
121
104
S-".
784
2301
27(4
7414
104 4
4S4
118
14SV4
7
88
1074
ins
122
104 ri
3
77'4
100
100
1.600 .
"760
100
1,100
. 100
400
100
1,404
200
'mm
1,100
600
100
600
1,100
1,000
" WO
100
400
100
""iiio
400
i.ioo
100
41
144
120
'io"
61
144
7
41
144
110
62
14
80
a
34
o
48
124
m4
137
1
62
11M4
"i
1
14
13
ioi
144
12
1,400 4
"ioo 'ii
too
100
1,700
10
40
ios
rs
8
14
1
J
164
12
0
117
18
H
118
"
19
14
U
ioi'
146
iis
u
'i
io
40
104
Pacific Mall
PennaylTanla '
people's Oas
P., C, C. A St. U
Plteburg Coal
Preaaed Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car
Railway Steel Spring
Reading
Republic Steal
Republic Steel pfd
Rocs Island Co
Rock Ialand Co. pfd
BU L. A 8. F. id pfd...
St. loula 8. W
St. Ia. 8. W. pfd .
Bloaa-Sheffleld 8. A I....
Southern Paolflo
Southern Rail war
So. Railwar pM
Tenneaaea Copper
Texas A Pacific
T., St. U A W
T.. St. 1 A W. pfd
Union Paclflo
Union PkcKIc pfd
United States Realty
United B tat as Kuboer....
United States Steel
V. 8. Steel pfd
Utah Copper
Va,-Carallna Chemical ..
Wabaah
Wabash pfd
Western Maryland
Weatlnghouae Eleotrls ...
Western Union
Wheeling A L B
Lehigh valler
WO
l.
too
400
113 122
14 84
124 124
M
20 M
88.200 163 161
Peoria Market.
PEORIA. April 28. CORN Iwer;No. I
white. 62i?c; No. I white, S2ffMo; No.
I yellow, 52o; No. t yellew, 6Jc; No. I miked,
62c; No. 4 mixed, EOtta; sample, SSi?47c.
OATS Easy; No. i white, 62c; lUnl
ard, 32c; No. 4 white. S2a
Mllwaakee Orals Market.
Ml L W A TJK E!H, April 28. WHEAT No. 1
northern. fl.02Vt(1.03; Ne. t northern,
tlOOHiiil.om; May, f4o; July, b7HuS7c.
OATS Standard, S3c.
HARLE y Malting. ll.OlgLlft.
Ualath Grala Market.
Dl'LUTH. April 28. WHEAT No. t
northern. SSJUc; No. 1 northern, tsTcnI-4c ;
May, 7So bid; July, 8Ho bid; September,
91V,0 bid.
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA. April l. HAT No. 1. tlSOf);
Mo. t rm; packlnc IU.00: alfalfa, tlBOO.
Straw: Wlieavt, t6.au; rye, td.&O; otU, 87.00.
Metal Market.
NEW TORK. April 28. METALS Stand
ard oopptr quiet; spot and April. $U.our
11. .w; iay. juue ana JUiy, ni fifriu (. Ijotl
don market firm: avot, 61 18a Sd: futures.
A 64 lis Sd. Arrivals reported at New York
today, 44) tons. Custom neuae returns show
exports ot 27.037 tons so far tui month.
Ike copper, lli.l&rjli. I7H; eretrofytla,
li.UiH612 2i; casting. 8U.87Vr12.00. Tlo,
steady; a pot and April, 84l.S6(M2.1&; May,
41.!.q42 26; June, l.SiS41 .80: July, 84L2S
C41 76. Bales were reported In IL UtoaU
market of five tone spot avt 8)42.00; five tons
(pot at MIOut fir tons May at 841.14, and
K tens June (port ot New Terk), at
I41.7.S. London market aXeady; a pet, 193 10s;
futures. 10 6a. Lead, dull; IA4sa4aaa, New
York, KibAs0, i:at SL I-ouis; lxndim.
13 17s d. Spelter, dull; 6 4ot.3e.46, New
York: 830se, East 6t. Louis; London.
24 la (d. Antimony, dull; Ceokson's, 8900
til.60. Iron. Cleveland warrants. 4e, 4H4
In London. locally iron was quiet; No. 1
foundry northern. No. 1 foundry southern
and No. 1 foundry southern soft. 81660)0
!; No. 1 foundry northern, 3162&u'l6.76
ST. IjOTIS. April 38. METALS Lead,
dull; Kt.W.4 10. Spelter, quiet, 8t-9UiaB-:yt
100
1700
t.ioo
700
100
100
too
400
SIM)
, 34,6110
100
! 't600
, 44. WK)
, 4,100
COO
. 8,700
.' 'i,'400
1110
. 1.100
U0
100
I, wo
83
!
114
24
3
II
2
18
47
17(
84
'40
15
120
44
00
34
61
6
74
4
171
68
18
Total aaiea tor the day. 387,800 aharea.
114
1
43
8
l
11
47
176
84
si
73
118
44
63
84
61
T
71
4
170
63
66
42
10
62
63
11
13
10
l
74
104
43
11
146
87
3
88
108
102
122
104
31
77
230
&
88
178
79
80
20
42
144
120
0
30
63
144
18
167
29
84
80
48
17
164
124
68
187
18
61
118
18
18
16
88
81
108
146
83
18
13
(7
48
133
61
84
104
41
10
71
123
14
124
106
83
10
31 I
119
31
153
81
83
28
68
88
80
66
49
114
16
63
84
36
18
47
174
84
71
40
74
120
44
00
14
86
60
73
1
171
New York
Chicago
.boston
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Kansas C,lty
Pittsburg
San Francisco ....
Baltimore ,
Cincinnati
Minneapolis ........
Cleveland
New Orleans
Detroit
OMAHA
Los Angeles
Louisville
Milwaukee
Seattle ,
St. Paul
Atlanta
Portland, Ore
Buffalo
Denver
Indianapolis
Providence ,
Richmond ,
Wauhlngton, D. C,
St. Joseph ,
Fort Worth ,
Memphis ,
Salt Lake City.....
Columbus
Albany .
Tacoma
Savannah
Spokane
Toledo ,
Hartford
Rochester
Des Moines
Nashville
Duluth
Wichita
Peoria
Norfolk
Oakland
Sioux City
New Haven
Orand Rapids ....
Scranton
Birmingham
Jacksonville, Fla,....
Oklahoma, City
Syracuse
Augusta, Oa
Worcester ...........
Evansvllle
Springfield, Mass....
Dayton
Portland, Me.
Wheeling
Little Rock
Charleston
Knoxville
Chattanooga
Lincoln
Davenport
Wilmington
Mobile
Wllkesbarre
Kalamazoo
Sacramento
Topeka
Cedar Rapids
Macon
FaH River
Youngstown
Ner.- Bedford
Springfield. IU
Fort Wayne
Canton
Sioux Falls
Akron
Helena
Columbia, 8. C
Lexington
Fargo
Erie ,
Rockford
Quincy
Bloomington ,
Chester, Pa
Springfield. O
South Bend
Lowell
Jackson, Miss.
Blnghainton
Decatur ,
Manfefleld
Fremont
Vlcksburg
Jacksonville, 111....
York, Pa.
Waterloo, la
Houston
Galveston
Londoa Market,
T-1KTION. Anrll 2R. American securities
were quiet ana steaay aunng me miij
trading today. Prices at noon ranged from
unchanged to c nigner man yeaieruay
New York closing.
London closing stock quotations:
Consols, money ...10 161 Lraurrtlle A Nash.. 141
do account 31 ato., Kaa. A Teaaa.. 33
Amal. Cooper 44 New Tork Central.. .106
Anaconda 7 Norfolk A Westers.. 10
Atehlaoa H o P' " J
do pfd l"f Oaiarla A W-Ui.. 41
Baltimore A Ohio.. .107 PeaaerlTajita 64
Canadian Paiiltlo ...135 Rand atlnea 7
Cneaapeake A Ohio. .61 Reading 78
CM. Great 'Western.. U Beotkern Railway .. n
rt.i Mil. St St. P.. 128 do Pfd 46
, laa noutnern raciiie ... ,iiia
, 80 Union Pacific 180
, 12 do pfd ....
. II V. 8. Steal...
, 48 de pfd ....
. 89 Wabaah
. 17 do pfd ...
.141
Quiet at 24
81.643.3O.0OO
a.2,t,i,mM.i
15i.U6i.uO0i
144.0o6,0U0
70, 394, 1 Mil
47,81U,0J0
63.561,000
l,lM,UtlU
32,24o,00t
24.644.0U0
1,9,0WM
19,i04,t)O)j
17,226,000
16,9H8,00i)
13.303, (K)
19,369,000i
13,238. 0ll0
12.4S4.Oi 43;
10,032,0)
9.244.000
8.423.0HW
,23o,000
9.439.0 K
8,130,OK)
7,107,0001
6,9B1,0II0
8,387,000
7.372.4S1
6,573,0OO
6,591, 0ik)
6.382,000
8,271,0,0
6. 198, 000 1
6,188,000
4.180.0(10
4.162,000
4,188,000
8.674,000
4.418.000
8t709.00O
s,ai, ouu
8.757,0001
2,800,O00
a.asj, uoo
2,613,000
8,014,000
2,988,000 1
" 2,314,OOOi
2,&9,0U0
2 439.000
8,067,000
8.643,000
2.661,000
...1,883.000
2,193.000
1,906,000
2.376,000
2,334,000
2.266,000
2,420,000
2,034,000
1,644,000
1,609,000
1.674,000
1.382,000
1,380,000
" 1,393, aw
1.400,000
1,089,000
1,277,000'
683.000
1,476.0001
1,832,000
1,512,000
- 2,3!M,000
915,000
962.00W
968.0001
967.0001
1,023,000
1,097,000
986,000
630.000
992,0ii'
783,00J
830,000
276,000
893,000'
886.000
726.0UO
664.0OM
638,000
666,001)1
627.000
6I1.00OI
839,0001
448,000)
400,000
397.000
2H6,0ll0
252,0001
227,000
948.000
1.392,000)
19,oOl,00O(
15,744,000
8.6
1.9
4.8,
11.61
19.1
7.6
11.8
5.7
1.2
16.8
7.2
8.7
19.8
17.7:
6.4
8.3
45.6
11.51
13.8
19.3
14.0
15.7,
10.0
'ii.'i
14.0
1.81
17.4
8.2
6.2
.0l
22.6
23.0
'"ia
87.1
12.7
2.6
2.7
'zi'.i
236.4,
8.8
19.3
12.8
4.21
48.2
17.8
20.1
26.3
6.1
86.6
15.0
28.3
18.3
13.51
12.0
5.7
3.5
7.4
6.8
12.1
"7!6
2o!7
8.5
"i.'i
3.1
6.7
11.8
.1
22.9
12.0
17.7
10.2
'H'.'i
12.6
16.3
1.6
17.7
"i6
20.4
"eii
20.5
4.5
4.0
8.1
18.1
9.0
10.3
4.4
April 20
April 21. .
April 22..
April 23..
April 24..
April 25..
April 26..
April 27..
April 28..
6 83 8 90 S 93 1
6 8h't 8 96 6 91
6 90 01 6 90
06 7 01
5 72 7 06
6 78 9 12)
5 83l 22 6 92
6 85 9 01 6 96
6 9 06 7 8
S 93 1 6 641 6 341 42 8 33
( 43 6 30
6 31
6 421
6 Sri: 8 35
6 811 8 881 8 34!
s an! a ai t mi 6 30
5 38 6 31 6 2 5 26
I 6 34i 6 2i 5 !3
5 2l 8 381 6 341 5 16
6 281 8 25 6 10
a
89
7S
88
14
24
11
12
81
44
61
47
It....,
86
64
4
43....,
70
71
43
43....
47....,
63
as
66....,
47. ...V
Zd:
63....
24
74....
64
70..,.
4....
4....
71
66....
60....
8....
69.
in
8.0
161
2.M
2t
34
84
2X1
I0
Ii
1(0
261
167
168
310
tt
?74
t2
I
276
367
. ,2!4
..267
. ,1?5
. It
..272
..lit
..241
..271
..270
..371
..812
..361
..248
..ri
..144
,.271
,.284
..274
..ISO
.2:46
..111
..21. J
..266
,..2.'8
..240
..278
.278
.246
.29
I 71
6 77
I 80
6 90
I 90
I 0
I )
t 80
I 80
I 80
8 90
I 90
6 90
I 90
I 80
I 90
I 90
I 80
I 80
I 90
I in
I 90
6 80
6 90
6 V
I 90
6 80
6 10
6 80
I 90
90
C 90
6 80
I 90
I 90
6 10
I 10
I 90
I 90
I 90
6 80
( 90
I 80
6 80
I 90
I 90
I 90
6 90
6 90
I 80
I 90
8
18
77
71
11
f
6
84
73
80
61
46
6.1
73
7
66
88
73
74
84
42
70
40
48
30
14
3
90
48
71
66
75
75
8
72
44
II
74
16
S8
81
68
64
49
i
46
78
78
41
..290
..J.'l
..20
. . '.0.1
..346
..244
..246
, .330
...1.M
..191
..H
.2)
..J:l9
..260
..2.iJ
..173
..tut
..2.12
.2114
,.l3
,.!3f.
..837
..240
..m6
..2?l
..21
..t
..2114
..lit
..216
...113
...231
..116
...208
...2?4
...221
...214
..2.18
,..2-'
...211
...227
...193
..306
...188
...194
...811
...19
...111
...too
...111
lit
I 91
9t
I se
6 96
6 66
96
I 96
I 96
6 98
I 9
6 U
6 96
I 86
I 96
I 96
I 96
87
8 97
I 91
1 97
6 97
I 97
I 90
6 90
I 90
I 90
6 90
6 90
8 80
6 90
I 90
6 80
6 M
6 90
6 90
6 90
t 90
I 90
6 90
6 90
6 92
I 96
I 96
I 96
6 96
I 96
6 96
6 86
4 86
Sunday.
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock yards. South Omaha, for
twenty-tour hours ending at 3 p. m. yes
terday: RECEIPTS.
Cattle. Hoks. SheeD. H'r's.
1;., M. tt hi. P
Wabash
Missouri Pacific ...
Union Pacific ..'
C. & N. W east...
C. He N. W west...
C, St. P., M. At O.,
C, B. A Q., east...
C. B. & W . west...
C R. I. & P.. eat..
C, R. I. & P., west.
Illinois Central
c, o. w
1
13
i
U
. 16
! 4
2
'i
1
Total recelptfTTr.
61
4
4
3
41 4
4
62
27 .. 1
2
2i e
6
1
5
8
187 i
Omaha Packing Co.
Swift & Company....
Cudahy Pocking Co..
Armour & Co
Schwarta-Bolen Co...
Murphy
Hill & ton
Lee Rothschild
DISPOSITION.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
101
846
198
415
6
24
1.772
2,006
2,640
5,017
262
1,064
1.063
1,021
701
Other buyers 141
Total 1.231 12,841 2.835
CATTLE Receipts of cattle were veiy
light, as usual, on a Friday, and tnere
were really not enough In sight to make
very much of a market. Still receipts were
large enough, considering the slue of the
demand. Today's run leaves the total for
the week to date at 14,600 head, being the
smallest since tiuee we ka aco and smaller
than a year ago by 4.000 head.
Packers seemed to have about as many
fat cattle as they needed and were not
very active buyers this morning. Still they
were willing to take on a few more caulj
if they could buy them well worth the
money, and while the trade was slow and
dull everything was disposed of In fair
season. Prices, however, ranged anywhere
from stead yto close to steady to as much
as 10a lower In some oases.
There were only a few cows and heifers
in sight, and what few there were sold at
about steady prices there being no quot
able change, as compared with yesterday
In either direction.
The stocker and feeders supply consisted
of a few odds and ends and the market on
that kind of cattle waa also without any
material change.
Quotations on cattle: &ood to choice beef
stuers, S5.70tcj6.O0; fair to good beef steers,
$5.60&5.70; common to fair beet steers, 85.00
6.50; good to choice cows and heifers, 84.75
2)6.60; fair to good cows amd heifers, 84.303!
4.76; common to fair cows and heifers, 83.00
iff 4. 30; good to choice stockers and feeders,
16.40(35.60; fair to good stockers and feeders,
85.26i55.40; common to fair stockers and
feeders, 34.25&5.25; stock heifers, 84 25.00;
veal calves, $4.0036.50; bulls, stags, etc.,
84.00(774.86. 1
Representative sales:
HKEf STEERS.
12.3
ib'.i
2.2
36.5
33.9
"k'.'z
12.2
16.6
2 1
1.3
6.2
29.4
Da Basra
UenTer A Rio Q..
do pfd
Erie
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
Grand Trunk
Illinois Central ..
SILVER Bar,
ounce.
MONEY 224 PT cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills la 2lt -16 Pr cent; for
three months' bills. 2 7-H2 8-l per cent.
87
74
121
17
87
11-18J per
Leeal Seearltles.
Quotations furnished by surna, Brinker
& Co., 44 isew uuitna , national uana
building:
Bid. Aakad.
Columbia Firs X
Colorado Telephone Co. f per cant 64
Chlcase Kallwai ta, 1917 80
Cits of Owana School 4 We, 1931 1U4
CHr of Omaha 4e 1811 106
4. ud.hr Paralrc Co. Is. 1834 89
Licu.ar 0. A B. 6a, 1946 19
(Ual at. Loula A Bub. la. 1931 84
Kalrmont Oeamery 1st g. I par eeai., t
Fainnoul Cmnajf pfd. f par cant..... 98
K. C af. A O. 4a. 1961 16
Kaaaaa Cttr R A I.. 6a. 18U 37
Ouiaha Walsr 6a. 141 83
Omaaa A C. 8 St. Hr- 6a, 1821 87
Couha A C. B. L 11 T. (,td. I a. a... 6
oaaaaa A C B. SL Kr , earn
Ouuna A C. U. Mr A a 18
Ooaaha Gal la. 1917- 67
Portland J A Ck ea. 1H .. 81
feafeard pfd. I per cut.......... 1VT
Trt-Ctir 8L A L. 113 87
United Itr. ti.. 8t. Loula 81
Swift A C. 6a. 1114 100
Isallle C lac trie 6a. IstS 80
66
M
104
16
l
v
180
lie
11
88
S9
'
82
17
al
68
88
lot
91
Not included In totals because containing
other items than clearings.
Boatoat Stocks aad Bonds.
BOSTON, April 28. Closing quotations on
stocks were as
Allouee
Amal. Copper ..
A. 2. L. A 8...,
Aiiaona Com. ...
Atlantic
B A C. C. A S.
Butts CoaUtloa .
Cal. A Alisons
Cat. A Heola
Centennial ,
Cupper Range CX C,
East Bulla C. Tat...
Pranklla
Gtroux Oon.
Oranbjr Con.
Green Oananaa
Iala Royala Copper
Kerr Lake
Lake Copper
La Ball Copper
atx-dtT. Bld.
follOWl
... II Miami Oopper ...
... Mohawk
14 NeTada Can.
... 14 Nlptaelag Mines
... I North Butte ....
M. 11 North Lake .....
... 17 Old Dominion ..
... e Oaoeola
...481 Parrott I. A O
.... 11 Qulncr
. 11 Bhannon ,
. 11 Superior
. 8upert A B.
1 11 Superior A 1".
. 81 1 Tamarack
. U. 8. &. R. A M.
. 18 do pfd
. 6 t'tak Oon.
. 10 Winona
. 4 WolTerlae
M.
C.
.. 11
.. 88
.. 18
.. 10
.. !
..
..
..101
.. 11
.. 49
.. 10
,.. 12
.. 4
.. 14
... 81
,.. 34
... 44
.. 14
.. 4
..107
No.
80...
8...
12...
11...
12...
11...
16...
21...
16...
8...
20
18
10
r
At. Pr.
666 6 20
854
837
866
12.14
.....1087
1341
1169
1218
1208
.120
80
1808
60
STEERS,
17 1020
1 1128
10 494
10
No.
41
17
14
7
4
17
18
14
18
41
4
I
11
t 26
I 86
t 40
6 46
6 60
I 66
6 66
6 66
I 66
6 66
I 66
6 80
6 40
H10IFERS AND COWS.
6 00 II 1038 6 60
6 26 -v 29 1066 66
... 840 i 7
At.
....1101
.... 847
....1SH7
....13:i7
....1046
....1364
....1261
....1291
,...1304
....1341
....1183
....1342
....1317
Pr.
I 80
I 80
I 40
I 40
I 86
I 70
t 70
I 70
I 70
6 76
6 76
I 80
I II
6 26 -v 29
t 26 11.....
6 40 i y
cows.
u
1
1
1
1
8
1
1
1
1
1
3
8
1
1
4.,
1.
6.
... 880
... 884
... 640
...1133
...1030
...1046
...1080
...1270
...1034
...1290
...1400
... 800
... 420
... 860
...1160
...1100
...1470
... 740
...1220
... 120
110
... 280
... 170
... 140
... 860
181
I 76
I 70
I 86
4 06
4 10
4 10
4 46
4 60
4 66
4 66
HEIFERS.
( 40 1
6 40 1
6 40 4......
i 60 I
BULLS,
I 80 1
4 00 1
4 10 3
4 40 1
4 66
CALVES.
1060
1011
876
12C0
1271
1216
1196
1206
.....ISil
, 60S
700
, 687
41
4 78
4 80
4 80
4 86
4 90 1
00
6 00
00
I 60
I 60
I 70
6HEii.f orily one or two branches of
the trade In the sheep barn this morning
were supplied with offerings, the total
receipts amounting to about a doren dou
bles. Very nearly half of this estimate
consisted of Mexican lambs still In the
fleece. Weighty western lambs, wooled
ewes and shorn yearlings and wethers made
up the balance of the run.
The market, as a whole, was a narrow
affair, of course, and remained In a quo-
tably steady condition. Mexican lambs
sold up as high as 85.90 and wooled ewes
of good quality moved at 84.00. Shorn
wethers and yearlings, bought on contract,
went to the scales at 83.80. Shorn lambs,
Hiring lambs and various kinds of mutton
ehtep were practically lacking.
On mom cloys this week the market has
been well filled with offerings, today's
estimate giving a total that Is larger than
last week s run and much larger than the
run this week last year. Lambs, usually
shorn, were the rule, but Mexicans are
still coming regular in bunches of 1,000 to
1,600 daily.
In point of prices the entire trade is un
evenly lower than a week airo. Best
lambs, wooled, are closing around 30c un
der last Friday's quotations, while shorn
lambs are little worse than 2ouuc lower.
Heavy grades, either wooled or shorn, are
hard to move at any prices Sheep show
declines of ir(Jf26c for the week, these re
ductions applying to good as well as com
mon kinds of stock.
Quotations. Wooled Lambs: Spring 85.00
(&9.00; Mexicans, $B.50if)6.9il; westerns, 8500
66 60. Sheep: YearllnKs, 84.25lB4.80; wethers,
14.004.50; ewes, 33.40(4.25.
Quotations. Shorn Lambs: Mexicans.
I4.6IKU4.80; westerns. 34..u4.70: heavy. 14.15
(S4.40. Sheep: Yearlings. 83.764-25; wethers,
J.50ri4.00; ewes, 83.10(tt3.70.
IV o. AV.
656 Mexican lambs, wooled r.3
84
232 western lambs
8 shorn lambs '.
19 Mexican ewes
232 Mexican ewes
6 Mexican ewes, culls
248 Mexican lambs
46 Mexican lambs
10 spring lambs
6 western ewes ,
25 shorn yearlings ....
198 shorn yearlings ....
641 shorn lambs
. 85
. S3
. 76 '
. 80
. 78
. 44
.128
. 95
.106
. 82
Pr.
6 90 -6
40
6 40
4 10
4 00
3 00
5 75
5 90
7 00
8 "5
3 00
3 80
4 76
CHICAGO LIVB STOCK MARKET
Demand for Cattle f4teady Hoars
Weak Sheep II lather.
CHICAGO. Aorll 28. CATTLE Receipts.
1,600 head;' market steady; beeves. 35.00r;
6.45; Texas steers. 84.606.50; western steers,
84.80ijj5.75; stockers and feeders, 84.OOiJf5.60;
cows and heifers, 82.4005.66; calves, 84.26QI
6.00.
HOOS Receipts, 20,000 head: market weak.
generally 60 lower: light. 85.90ffrti.25: heavy.
85.7fktjU.15: rough, $5.75rg6.90; good to choice
heavy, 35.90Ca.16; pigs, 5.856.30; bulk of
sales. t. 056116.30.
BHEKP AND LAMBS Receipts. 7.000
head; market 10c np; native, 83.004.6O;
western, 33.257f4.80: yearlings. 34.25ii6.15: na
tive lambs, 84.20Qfl.26; western, 84.T5ig6.30.
St. Loots Lire Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. April 28. CATTLE Receipts,
400 head; market steady; native shipping
and export steers, 35.7Vii6.25; dressed beet
and butcher steers. 35.406.O0; steers under
1,000 pounds. 86.O0ifi6.26', stockers and feed
ers, 83.00Ca5.20; cowl and heifers, 33.50(541.10:
canners. 83.003.25; bulls, 83.7W6.60; calves
35.00rgi6.60; Texas and Indian steers, 34.600
s.bo; cows and heifers, 83.60liti.oo.
HOOS Receipts, 9.100 head; market
steady; pigs and lights, 85.60VfJi3.30: packers.
8fi.vff6.10; butchers and best heavy, 16.10
9M1.2S.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 4 000
head; market, steady; native muttons, 83.76
crr4.2r: lambs, 35.75riti.00: culls and bucks,
33.00ca3.60; stockers, 82003.00.
I 00
6 09
6 00
6 16
6 60
6 60
6 60
...1840
.. .1600
...1370
...2040
186
170
, 164
407
, 186
, 160
I 88
4 71
4 71
4 80
( 16
I 76
I 00
00
I 16
I 16
Kansas Cltr Lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, April 28. CATTLH Re
ceipts, 400 iheaov no southerns; market
steady; dressed beef and export steers, 35.7!
((T6.10; fair to good, 85.001i6.70; western steers
84.50a6.90; stockers and feeders. 34.5o476.65;
southern steers. 84 2.vu6.75; southern cows,
83.0tVS4.75; native cows, SS.OOWfi.OO; native
heifers. $4.40(86.80; bulls, 34.00rirS.O0; calves,
84. (wrm. 25.
HOGS Receipts. 8,000 head: market 5o
lower; bulk of sales, 8C.OiXii6.12tt: heavy.
3.ouiwe.Ofi; packers and butchers, $C.O0(8.15
UgntR, 8.a5H.2).
MllSKl" AMD IAMH ltecelptS, 3,000
head; market, weak; lambs. 84.75'i6.75; year
lings, 34.Z5&O.00; wethers, 83.75.ti4.26; ewes,
83.4oSM.00; stockers and feeders, 82.7&5T3.30.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, April 28. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 600 head; market steady; steers.
35.2rifi5.85: cows and heifers, 83.26Q6.65;
calves. l4.OM7n6.tw.
HOGS Receipts. 4,500 head: market
steady to 5c lower; top, 36.20; bulk of sales,
85 9OWU0.
SHEEP1 AND LAMRS Receipts. 600
head; market steady; lambs, 85.506.80.
Ifew Yerk Cork Market.
The following quotations are furnished
bv Ixiean A Bryan, members New York
Stock exchange, 816 South Sixteenth street
Nesw York Money Market.
NEW YORK. April Jt.-MONayll Oa
call, steady, Bp 24 per oent; ruling rate,
t per cent; closing bid, 2 per cent; of
fered at 2S per cent
TIME LOANS Very dull and soft,: sixty
days, 7rfcCj per cent; ninety days, iJi
per rent; six months, 2h73 per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PA PElo-t"434
per rent.
oTLitLINQ EXCHANGE 6 t4Uly, with
Bay State Oaa..
Cactua
Chlno
Chief Cona
D .T a-Dal
Kir Ceuiral
Glroul
Greene C'a nanea
Inspiration
Leroee
Mewbouaa
12 Ohio Copper 1
14 Rawhide Coalition .. 4
13 Ray Central 1
IU Swift rag. 0 111
I Superior A Pitt burg 13
BTOCK E Its AND FEEDERS.
1 186 16 8 741 I 60
II 421 I 15
HOGS Market for hogs acted sluggish
today, this condition being due, perhaps
to a liberal fresh supply showing up in
the wake of heavy receipts on previous
days this week. About 186 cars were
yarded, but buyers assert that outlet
channels are becoming clogged and that
large runs cannot be handled as eefely as
recently. Prices settled to weaker levels,
bulk showing an average decline of about
a nickel.
Opening business claimed beat sales, var
ious loads of butcher and bacon weights
selling steady. Trade took on an easier
tone after the tirst round, nowever. and
gradually became worse until the close
Final prices averaged fxfrlOc lower than
yesterday's figures with demand almost
lifeless late in the session. About twenty-
five loads were still in first hands at 11
o'clock with moat of the regular buyers
under cover.
bhlpplng and speculative orders were
hard, to find so that clearance of about 95
per cent of supply was left to packers.
Long strings ranged from 35.75ju.s5. anil
heavies dropped to Jo., 6 and less. ' Best
baton animals on sale brought 86.95.
nickel less than yesterday's top.
Representative sales:
1 Tunopea Mining
.... 6 Trinity Cupper
... 6 United Cower
... 7 Bohemia
.44f Kerr Lake
... 41 '
6
4
1
t
4
New York Mlalna- Storks.
NEW YORK. April 28. Closing quotations
en mining stocks were:
Alice r
Com. Tunnel slock.. 16
ae bonda
Oon. fao. A Va..
Hera Silver ......
iron BIlTer ......
oLadvllle Con. ,
WUered.
. 16
.136
. U
.Id
. 1
I.lttl. Chief .
Meilcaa
Ontario
Ophlr
Standard
Yellow Jacket
..
..460
..liO
..170
..luO
.. 60
Bank CUtarinare,
O&eAlLA, April 2S Bank rrearlnga for
today were 38.atMt.7a3.31 and for the corre
sponding date last fear 8! .549,771 .tsi.
SauKsur Uavrket.
KW YCr.K, April 28. SUGAR Raw.
steady; muscovado, w Left, I.Cc; oerr-
trlfugal. 96 test, 8.92c; molaaaos sugar, hit
test, 8.17a. Refined, steady.
Wool
ST. LOWS. Mo., April 28 WOOL Cn
changed; territory and western mediums.
lLiui.c, fine mediums, 16c; fine, llsaUc.
Market.
Ne. At. 8h. Pr. No. At. BV Pr.
60 826 200 I 66 19 841 110 I 80
61 3:9 ... I 70 17 241 ... I 80
64 S"9 ... I 70 49 273 80 I 80
61 286 ... 6 70 62 171 ... I 60
44 122 80 6 70 66 270 140 i 80
43 2D4 90 I 70 42 274 60 6 80
64 331 ... 6 70 12 r.V. 160 6 80
64 3U4 80 6 70 69 246 80 C 80
61 lot 80 I 70 86 167 ... I 60
66 318 ... I 70 C4 t'0 80 I 80
63 323 40 I TO 66 8u0 190 I 60
80 V4 ... 6 TO 32 291 80 I 60
II Inl ... I 70 60 tut ... 6 SI
ai 316 ... 6 72 22 16 ... I 82
66 291 ... ill', 64 .2ii ... 6 12
2ii4 2 .1 120 I 76 86 2S0 80 I 821
66. ...... .3u8 ... 6 76 49 2t3 ... I 62
WS 2:2 40 6 76 44 22 ... 6 IW4,
12 341 ... I 76 24 i4 ... 42
; T, 40 6 76 It .'.4 160 I 62
41 137 ... 176 ii 21 60 I 82
C4 298 ... I 76 41 28 ... t 82
U. ....... M at) 6 71 3-.....2l4 . I 6
fO It! ... IT! 74 ...240 I 94
64.....3i4 ... lie 4l.....:t7 ... 6 as
66 il t 111 81 Jtl ... 6 66
It It l; 4 20 60 I 91
1 139 120 I 76 97 846 M I 61
as r.t to $ Tt ii....fa- ... f 88
44 1 -"I 6 7 6 83 241 80 I at
f ' 120 171 71... 840 40 I 86
4. .....281 II ITS Tl .k,J 1W1 I 66
- 2u ll I 16 70 138 S 18)
Oh 290 1J0 6 76 69 141 80 I 81
11 IT ... I TS 71 141 at I U
66 291 ... I 76 60 14T ... I 81
63 34'... 1 18 64 it 80 I 86
6 -.614 M 8 71 44 14 ... 8 1
Stock In Slttht
Receipts of live stock at the five princl
pal western markets yesterday
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
South Omaha 1.000 12,300 2.100
St. Joseph 500 4.500 600
Kansas City 400 8.000 8.000
Pt. Louis 400 9.100 1.400
Chicago 1500 20,000 7.000
Totals 8,800 63.900 14.000
Coffee Market.
NEW TORK. April J8.-COrFEE Fu
tures opened steady at an advance of 23
points on ouu support or me near posi
tions and scattered covering In the ab
sence of important offerings. Possibly yes
terday s late reports of reduced new crop
estimates inspired some of the demand, as
the advance here was rather better than
due on the early cables and prices Im
proved slightly during the day, at one time
showing a net advance of about 8810
points. In the late trading, however, there
was a renewal of local selling, apparently
for both accounts, and the late months
turned easier, with the market closing
firm on near and easy on distant posi
tions, net 10 points higher to 3 points
lower. Sales, 63.000 hags. April, May and
June, 10.67c: July, 103o; August. 10.30c;
September, 10.14c; October, 9.95c; November,
8.Sc; lecember, .77c; January, .79c; Feb
ruary, 9.80c; March, 9.81c. Havre closed
Wat higher. Hamburg was Wa'l prg.
higher, after opening unchanged. Rio, un
changed at 68775: Santos, unchanged; 4s,
6t40; 7s, 6(850. Receipts at the two Bra
xlllan ports, 8.000 bags, against ll.OuO bags
last year. Jundlahy receipts, 2,100 bags,
against 6,000 bags last year. New York
warehouse deliveries yesterday, 7.444 bags,
against 7,678 bags last year. Spot coffee,
quiet; Rio, No. 7, lltc: Santos, No. 4,
124c; wild, quiet; Cordova, 13i'al5o, nominal.
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Promise of Improvement a Soon a
Uncertainties Pass.
ABUNDANCE OF MONEY EXHIBITED
Interest in Iron and Steel Still
Craters l.aritrly on the Recent
Redaction In Price of
Ore.
NEW Y'ORK, April 28.-R. O. Pun A Co.'
Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow will
say:
While domestic trade moves sluggishly,
export trades continues to expand, and the
Increase In the amount of manufactured
hi tides sold abroad Is very gratifying.
Commercial activity abroad is most notice
able and is a promise of Improvement on
this side of the Atlantic as soon as present
unoonaintios, which serve to retard enter
prise, pass.
Another contrast Is to be seen in the es
sentially sound fundamental conditions,
such aa abundance of money and compara
tive barrenness of stocks on the shelves,
on the on hand, and the curtailment of
production, the Inactivity in distribution
nd the virtual stagnation in apscuiauou
on the other.
Interest in iron and steel centers largely
on the recent reduction In the price of ore.
The lowering of quotation 60 cents a ton
was not expected, but the cnange nae no
been followed by any larger Inquiry for
ig Iren ami bu;1ng is delayed, awaiting
further developments.
Cotton goods have not responded roucn
to the sharp advance In the staple, yet
the markets are generally steadier.
Exceptionally low prices on wool ana
yarn make for the possiiiiiity or. most;
tempting offers in prices and qualities
of woolens and worsteds for the new sev
son.
Conditions In footwear are improved ana
business shows a fair volume. Jobber still
display considerable conservatism, and
orders generally are confined to quanti
ties sufficient to meet current needs.
nRADSTIlElST'S REVIEW OF TR ADM
Pratnres of Week. Include Stlmalaw
tlost of Retail Trade.
NEW YORK, April 28. llratlstreeta to
morrow will say:
The feature of the week have been A
allirlit stimulation of retail trade by warm.
bright weather north, west ami east; good
proRress In the planting of and growth of
leading cereal crops, and satisfactory de
velopments as regarda the outlook for
leading fruit crops. The greater activity
in retail trade In turn Is reflected In a
little better business by Jobbers, but -on
the other hand, unseasonably wet ana
cool weather has checked farming opera
tions at tho south and also made for quiet
In trade. The net result, the country over,
has urobahlv been a total of trade little
different from that of the preceding week
and hank clearings are not materially
different from Hioho of last week. An
epitome of Iron and steel trade condi
tions can readily be made, i no cut or.
50 cents per ton In Ijike oro prices, which
waa announced lat r rlday, has not stimu
lated business and furnaces seem to Tae
pretty well supplied for current neexis,
pig Iron Ib very dull and production la
lieintr curtailed. In finished lines new
ijiiiBiness is light and mill outputs have de
creased. Heavy sales of copper are re
porting as having been made at reduced
prices.
The building trade is inactive anti ma
terial markets feel the effects. Paints are
dull. Turpentine is considerably off from
the top, the price being 78 cents against
the top price of 31.14, reached eariy in
April.
HuslneB failures in the united taxes
for the week ending April 27, were 840
against 233 last week, 218 In the like weeut
of 1910, 208 in l'.HM, 282 In 1908 and 168 In
1907.
Business failures in Canada for the week
number 28, which compare with 24 for
last week and 21 In the like week of 1910.
Wheat, including flour, exports from the
United States and Canada for the week
ending April 27, aggregate 1,686,606 bushels.
against l,7'9.b78 lat week ana g.uw.as
this week last year. For the forty-threa
weeks ending April 27, exports are 89,77,778
bushels against 122.231.440 in the corre
sponding period last year. Corn exports for
the week are T,UM bushels, against s.w.a
last week and &18.S14 In 1910. r'or the forty
three weeks endlnk Anrll 27. corn export
are 48,786,180 bushels against 26,293,143 taut
year.
OUIAHA WHOLESALE PRICKS,
BUTTER tTreamery, No. 1 delivered tt)
the retail trade In 1-lb. cartons, 23c; No.
2, in aO-lb. tubs, 21c; No. 2. in 1-lb. cartons.
In 00-1 b. tubs, 14Ql6c; market changes every
Tuesday.
tliEBSE-Twins, 14 Milt 16-:; young Ameri
cas, 174lSc; daisies. He; t.-lplets, 16c; Ura
berger, 18c; No. 1 brick 16c; Imported
Swiss, 32c; domestic Swiss, 22c; block Swiss,
19c.
POULTRY Dressed broiler, under I lbs..
16.00 per doz. ; hens, 16o; cocks, 12Vo; duck.
20c; geese, 15c; turkey, 26c; pigeon per
dos., 1.20; homer squabs, per do,, H w;
fancy squabs, per dos., 83.60; No. 1, per
(J ox., 83.00. Alive: Broilers, 350, lf4 to 14
lbs., and 1V to 2 lbs., 20c: smooth legs, 14o;
hens, 12c; stags, 10c; old roosters, so; old
ducks, full feulhered, 13Vc; geese, full
feathered, 6c; turkeys, 11c; guinea fowls.
20o each; pigeons, per dos., 90a; homer
per do., 8.4.00; squab. No. 1, per do.,
81.20; No. 2, per dux., o0c; capons, over i
lbs.. 14c; old turkeys '4.
FISH (all froen)-plca:erel. So; whit, 11c;
pike, 9c; trout, 11c; large crapples, 12i915o;
tipanlsh mackerel, 19c; eel, luc: haddock,
loo; flounders, 13c: green catfish, loo; roe
had, 31 each; shad roe, per pair, 66c; froaj
legs, per dos., 3oc; salmon, aOc; halibut, llu;
herring. 6VwC
BKlir' CUTS-Hlbe: No. 1, ISttc; No. a,
lc; No. 3, 11c. Loins: No. 1, Uhtc; No. f.
'la; No. 8, 12u. Chuck: No. L 7c; No. 3,
7V4c; No. 8, 7V- Round: No. 1, 94o; No. 8,
9tjc; No. 3, Dc. Plata: No. L b'io; No. a,
bVc: No. 8, 6c.
FRUITS, ETC Applt- : Kansas Pippin
and Jonathans, 44 tiers, per box, 82.60;
Kansas Uanos, per box. 32.50. Bananas:
Fancy select, per bunch, $2.2.ti2 60; Jumbos,
bunch, 3275(3.76. Uates. Anchor brand,
new, 30 1-lb. pkgs., in boxes, per box., 82.00;
bulk, In 70-lb. boxes, per lb., 6fto. Figs:
Turkish, 7-oiown, per lb., ICo; 6-crowa,
per lb., 14c; 4-crown, per lb., 13c Urape
Fruit: Florida, 64, 64, 80- sizes, per box,
84.60; 36, 46 sizes, per box, 34.00. lemons:
Llmoneira brand, extra tuiicy, 800, 360 aire,
per box, 84-75; fancy, auO, 360 aims, per box,
34.25 ; 240 size, &ou per box less. Oranges:
Camella Rto? ands navels, all sizes, per box,
1.1.26; fancy navels, 80, 96, 126 sizes, 82.86;
150 and smaller sizes, 84.00. Pineapples: 24.
30, 36 sizes, per crate, 84 75. Strawberri;
Louisiana., Per 24-plut case, $2.00.
Vegetables Heans: flirlng and wax. per
hamper. 33.5ofc4.60. Beets: per bu.. 75o.
Cab bate: New York, per lb., Zo, Car
rots: Per lb., zc. celery: California
Jumbo, per dozen bunches, VOu. Cucumbers!
Hothouse. I1 and 2 dozen in box. per doz..
12.00. Egg Plant: Fancy Florida, per doc,
82.00. Garlic: Extra fancy, white, per lb..
15c. Lettuce: -ixtra lancy leai, per doz..
46o. Onlona: Texas Bermudas, whllta, por
crate, 82.26; yellow, per crate, 12.00. Onion
Bet: wmie, per tu., xl iu., ii.io; yellow,
per bu.. 82 lb. $1.00; red, per bu., S3 lb.,
81.26. Parsley: Fancy southern, per doasrt
buuehes. tjot&tito. Parsnips. Per lb., 2o.
Potatoes: Early Ohio ned, sand toll, In
sacks, per bu., $1.10; genuine Red River
Early Ohio seed, per bu., $1.40; Iowa and
Wisconsin, white- stock, per bu., a6w90o:
Coloiado. per bu.. f ' Rutahaifaa: Per
lb., l'xO. Tomatoes; f lortila. per -basket
crate, fancy, 2.5o; chou. 8L76., Turnips:
Per bu.. 75C.
Miscellaneous Almonds: California soft
hell, per lb., 18c; In sack Ids. to luaa.
Brazil Nuta: Per lb., 13c; in sac lota, lo
less. Cocoanuta: Per sack, 15. Ou; per dA..
76c. Filberts: Per lb., 14c; In sack lots,
lo less. Hickory Nuts: Large, per lb.; to;
small, per lb., sc. Peanuts: Roasted, per
lb., $c; raw, per lb., 6 -.c. Pecans: Lavrans
per lb., 16c; in sack lots, lc lea. Walnut:
Black, per lb., 2--.c; California, per lb., lac;
In sack lot, lc less. Cider: New York,
Mou . per bbl., $.76. Honey; New, 24
MRS. JAMES KILLS HUSBAND
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, April 28. COTTON- Spot,
closed quiet. 10 points higher; middling
upiunm, u...lc. miauung truif, lo.ooc; sales,
10" littles.
8T. LOUia April 28. COTTON-TTn-chanxed;
mldJlinx, V,c sales, 1 balea;
recs-lptS, 1,113 Wee; shipments, 1,245 bales;
siooar, 10,11 paucai.
Kcw .York Cotton market aa furnished
hf Lotran a Bryan, members New Yerk
Cotton exchange, 315 South (sixteenth street
Month.
Open. High. Low. Close. Yes y
May ....
July ....
August .
Ootober
16 00
16 25
14 93
13 18
15 83
15 38
15 04
13 21
15 00
15 24
14 90
13 01
15 14
15 27
14 96
13 18
16 03
15 19
14 84
13 la
It. Leo la Woman Who Shot Mas
Twice In Head Sent to lloapltal
for Obaervatloa,
PT. LOUIS, Mo., AprU 28. Mr. Alma
Jamea waa arrested early today soon after
he asked the police to call at ber horn
nd aid her husband, Leo James, who, she
said waa dying. The police found that
James va dead with two bullet hole tn
bis head. A revolver with two empty
cartridges was found near the bed. Mr.
Jamea, later told the relative aha killed
her husband. She waa sent to the observa
tion ward of the city hospital a a prisoner.,
Jamea waa a stationary engineer.
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