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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1913.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Visible Supply of Wheat in Excess of Year Ago. NU ilEMAND FOR CASH CORN While Yellow Cerent Goes Bes;- Klnsf In the Hunt for Actual Buyers. j ; OMAIIA. March SI. WIS. V further decrease In the visible sup Ply of. wheat will be shown by the of ficial reports which will be posted today 4n cJa .the wire service la In condition to handle the reports from the varlolua points making up the figures. The sup ply of wheat In the visible Is largely In excess of a yearugo. and the falling off in the report will rail to act as a bullish holp because of the liberal receipts at primary markets, which will show the bis Increase the coming; week with adequate (Willroad facilities for handling the Brain destined to the larger markets. Nearly nvery condition and clrcuatanctr .surround, lng the wheat situation at the present favors the bears. -These factors are ot tho telling kind on prices, as they In clude the almost perfect crop promise jthroughbut the winter .wheat belt and the lack of on active trade In cash wheat, of wjhieh tho country now holds large stocks. There is doubtless mow rash grain being; sold by Chicago people than Is known to the world, as the liberal amount or hard wheat IK thS "southwest 1s being rapidly reduced, and this reduction Is the consequence ot liberal takings by Chi cago exporters for shipments abroad. The business on milling account, however, has been reduced to a minimum, and. the fact that It has been Impossible to move wheat io interior points owing to tne many vashouts on the railroads,. andv business has fallen Mown remarkably. One of the leading train men of the Canadian west, and who was In Omaha Saturday, talked rather bullish on the situation In that country. He made the claim that the stocks of wheat In the Hands of farmers, as well as In eleva tors ot western Canada, are small, and that the carry-over Into another crop Vlll be the lightest In the history of that country. Cash wheat was lc to lHo higher. .Btronc Interests arn generally credited wjth being committed to tlra long side of corn, ana as beansn operations nave been unsuccessful the last two months .the bears are unwilling to take any great uinuuui ox pumsnmeni. mere is nu ut mand for cash corn In the east and stocks are piling up in the west. Heavy shipments will be made Into Chicago with the opening, ot navigation. Cash corn was V4c higher. -The export situation In oats Is at an end and Argentina is underselling the unitea states, ana tne uusiness in me cast has been completely . tied up by washouts. Cash oats were Vic nignor, ' t OMAHA STOCKS. Wheat, bu 7.00 Com, bu i,sao,ow ,Oats, bu r 1,480,000 uye, bu...,., 4... 76,000 Barley, bu ... 36,000 . wneat aecreasea n.wu ou.; corn de creased 96.000 bu.: oats Increased 61.000 bu There will be no session of the Chicago or Omaha markets April 1, election day IP Chicago. ; tTh following -cash. salcs"- were reported loaay: .WHEAT No. 2 hard winter. 12 cars. SVic. No. 3 hard winter, 1 car, 84c; 2 cars. Sic. no. 4 hard winter, l car, mo. Rejected hard winter, V4 car, 79c; No. 2 northern, 1 car, 84V4c No. 3 mixed, 1 car, 63Vtc. No. 4 mixed, 1 car, SOc. CORN No. 2 white, 1 car. 49c; 2 cars, ibo; No. 3, white, 10 cars, 49c; No. 4 1 car, (lUr No. 2 vellow. 1 car. 4914c: 4 cars, ;49c;-no. 3 yellow, 2 cars. 49c; U.cars, 48Hc; 2 cars, 4854c No. 4 yellow. 2 cars, 48c No. 8' mixed, 1 car, 48Uc; 5 cars, 48c; 14 cars, 7U.,v Nn. 4 mixed. 2 cars. 4,.4C! 1 car. 47C. OATS No. 2 white. 1 oar, .33c. Stand ard, 1 car (choice). 32c; 1 car. 32V4c. No. 3 White., 1 car, 324c; 6 cars, 32c. Nq. 4 white, d cars, Sot 3 cars, 31c. No grade, l car, aottc. iiimi.-H(in renort for today WHEAT No. 2 hard, 15 cars In, 21 cars . Mnv .i a ram in. No. 4. 2 cars In. No'vj .Wring, t ear In. No. 3 mixed. 2 cars in. o -uurum, vt .... . rVmisr No. 2 yellow. 8 cars out. No, s v.iinw. is ram In. 5 cars out, No. Mellow,, 0 cars. Jn. No 2 white, 6 cars In. ..NO. a wniie, o two m, " No. '4 white, l car in. no. No. 3, 7 cars in, o cars oui. a-u. i, w...J In 1 cflr nut. r a Ttt-Mn a whltf. 1 cars out. Stand ard. 2 cars out. No. 3 white, 11 cars inj 34 cars out. No. white, 3 cars in. RXK-No. 2, 1 car In. vyeeK x our Commodity, Wiieat Corn -..,.: .v. Oats j, Today. Ago. Ago .......37 36 .-61 . 31 . 1 75 SO SHIPMENTS Whiat . com ... 17 44 25 107 33 40 T.ivrwiM closed with wheat QH1 higher and corn unchanged. Primary wheat Tecelpts were 939.000 busneis anu sniBweitu.t" ," against receipts of 795,000 bushels and shipments of 293.000 bushels ast year. n.tm0ru mm rrerlots were 48S.0UO bush l?r .hlnlmpnlK of 394.000 bushels, against receipts of 619,00 bushels and shipments 01 uo,wv ouincm ''"" D.lm.n not rrctlnts were 649.000 bush m and nhlomenU of 619,000 bushels, afafaat receipts of 787:000 bushels and siupmcnt ot ai,wi uuBfi i j. Oiunlia Cnsh Prices. WHEAT-No. 2 hard.1 84ff4Sio: Wo. lmrrt. 83WJ84c: No. 4 hard. 80382c; No 3 spring, 81H(g82ci, No. 4 spring, , 80V4 HORN No. 2 white, 49c; No. 3 white. 48fiai9c; No. -4 white, 4848Hc: No. 2 yel i& ido- No. S vellow. 48W49c: No. yrilow, 47H48c; No. 2. 48HHc; No. 3, No. 4. 474M7V4cj OATS No. 2 white, 33c; standard, 32W 32o No. 3 white, 3l8324c; No. 4 white, 31HQ31c BAnLtEY Malting. 6360c: No. 1 'eed "SyJs-No. 2. C5V4c; No. 3, 54tf65c. V i I . Cnrlot Receipts. Wheat. Corn. Oats Chicago - i Minneapolis 642 D.uluth t Omaha p. Kansas City (i8 StfT Louis 62 61 60 64 Winnipeg .723 CHICAGO CHAIN AND PHOVISIONS la'l Ure of the Tradlnir and Clod tiff 1 Prlcefi on Hoard ot Trade. tSVlICAQO, March 31. A Squeeio of March wheat shorts In Liverpool! caused a Slurry today which sent the price up there to about an equal of UHc and was reflected jiere In a market which made a net gain of He to c Com closednet '.iftHc to 4PHo higher, oats HSVia to Mrrij,e up and provisions 2Hc lower to 10c 'fter strength given the wheat market bl the situation In Ltverpool was added to! "by the rush of shorts to buy, thure being a Hoard of Trade holiday tomur raw Aiecause of the election. Trading was largely ot a local character and price tlpctuatlons were narrow, There wan some discussion of reports that this gov .rhmnt mieht soon reduce the duty on wileat from 25o to 74giOc ad valorem, 'Wltn Hour to oe aammeu tree, ina tef, Old not seem to make a deep Impres- ilQniand It had no effect on the market. There was no Improvement in demand fob icash wheat, total sales reported belnyr but 10,000 bushels. Primary receipts were 939,09 bushels, against 795.090 bushels :ear ago. Seaboard clearances of wheat and flour equalled 772.000 bushels. Offerings of corn from the country vre light today, good -weather keeping the -farmers busy at home and tnterfer--with the marketing. The east was notf a buyer today, but some firmness was given, the market on local trading. Trade In oats was slow,' but because 'of 'Jghtness of orterings prices neta Bieaqy. Provisions showed some firmness, Al though the hog receipts at the yards were much larger than had been ex pected. Good buying of )ard helped Urejijtthen the whole list. Xrtlclel Open.1 High t Low Close.! Safy wWat " , May.90U,Vtj July IsWfHl 90H!90ViSI tS 99 I VilW-aTs695ti&7 rr uoin: i Moj.Kliltrft 3?4 m 64H July Mi Septto uats: May. I 34Hj 33U S3H S4J4 S3H ;3mii juiy. Sent. 83H 33H 14 23?tS84 3Ji Pork: May. so 4ru 20 60 20 40 20 06 20 40 20 6b 20 60 20 30 19 92 11 OTH 10 92V4 10 92H 11 10 90 10 72V4 July. 20 2530 20 22V, 20 374 Bent. 20 00 19 K 11 (e 10 02HI Lard: May. 11 05 II IS 11 15 July. Sent. 10 87-901 10 97H 10 87H' 10 H 10 96-91 10 82-851 10 92W 10 90 nibs May. It 20 11 87W 10 95-971 11 20 10 86 11 S7V4 10 85 10 77H July. 10 87 10 70-72 sept. 10 to 10 70-72! Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: Cash. No. red, SI.01G1.OT: No. 5 red, 95Q98C: No. hard. KXff93e:.No. S hard. 899lc: No. 1 Sorthern, WMMOA40: No. 2 northern, 88H Hc; No. 3 northern. 8687Ho; No. J spring, SS39c; No. t spring. SSQ7c: No. 4 spring. velvet cnair, bsqwc; durum, 87693c Corn. No. S yellow, Me; No. 3, 616Jc; No. 3 white, Hftttltc; No. 3 yellow. Mt364c! No. I. 49fl0ttc; No. 4 white. MOtavtc: No. 4 yellow. W3MC Data. M 9 nt.lt. ''JU. Nn 1 HUlt' v.. a. ' ....... vvwsv. ..v. I No. 3 white. S2ue33Hc: No. 4 white, Slfl tc: standard, Musraiuc. urn: .no. z. 60H61c Barleyt 4668c. Timothy; 2.M 3.W. Clover: SlJ.axei8.00. Pork; S30.65. lard: S11.15. Ribs: $11.00911.62. iiuTTisit creameries, j&gavHfi. EaOS Firmer: recelnts. 14.1S6 cases: at mark, cases Included, i&HnS4C, ordinary nrsts, i6H9i6c: nrsts, i7vnc POTATOES Easier: recelnts. 102 cars: Michigan. 45(g47c: Minnesota, 4347c; Wis consin, 403P4SC. PQULTItY Steady; dressed turkeys, 18o; live chickens. 18c; live springs, lTHa NEW YORK GENBIlAIi MARKET flnotatlons of the Day on Various Commodities. NEW YORK. March 2L FLOUR-Mar ket dull: spring patents. H.VXQW, win ter Htrnlehta. li.45oM.ES: winter patents. M.706.10; spring clears. $4.1534.30; winter extras, no. l, 3.swi.jo; winter extras. No. 2, $3.7063.80; Kansas straights, $4.10 4.25. Buckwheat flour, dull, Rye flour, quiet; fair to good, S3.6093.SO; choice. $3.8534.00. CORNMEAL Market steady; fine white and yellow. $1.3091.35; coarse, $1.2CQ1.30; kiln dried. 13.15. WHEAT spot firm: .no. 2 rea. Ji.ivv4 elevator, and $1.12, f. o. b., fuioat, No. 1 northern Duluth, $1.00, f. o. b., ar.oct. Futures were firmer on covering prompted by the firmness abroad and In the outside markets, closing ho nei hlcher. May, 9?V5TOR4c. closed at 93o. July closed at 96Tio; September closed at &CVc. Bonded weat. May and July closed at 97?ic CORN -spot maruet steady: export, dmc, f. o. b., afloat. OATS Soot marKet steady: export. 374 038c: standard white. 3SVic: No. 3. 37U 38c: No. 4. S7a: natural white, 3738o; No. 2 nominal; white clipped, 3740Hc, all on tracK. BUCKWHEAT DUll. BARLEY Market steady: feeding. 64Hc. v. I. f.. New York; malting, 56C0c, c. 1. f Buffalo. RYE Market steady; No. 2 western, 60c asked, c. I. f.. Buffalo, and feeding. 54ic, c. I. f.. New York, opening navigation. bran Market auu: western sprinn bran, $22.00; standard middling, 100-pountl sacKs, z.bu; cuy, (jaw. HAY Market steady: No, 1, J1.0O31.05; No. 2. 8590c; No. 3, 76ig80c." HOPS Market easy; state common to choice, 1912 crop. 1926o; 1911 prop, 9lio; Pacific coast, 1912 crop, 1621c; 1911 crop, U16c LEATHKit MarKet iirm; hemlock firsts. t&aiSai seconds, 27028c: thirds. 24 25c; rejects, 1920c. HluhJb marKci sieauy; central Amer ica. SOio; Bogota, 29-430?ic TALLOW Market steady: prime sum mer tallow, spot. $63&33.42; May, $6.40; July. .: September, is.48; prime,. city. 6!4c; country, 64ig6o; special, 7c- PROVISIONH fork, market firm: mess, J22.2o 22.50; family. $23.0025.00; Blinrl rlpRrn. f21.00ia22 M. Roof I ! mess, $19.00320.00; family, $23.00325.00; beei nams, -ui meais, steady; pickled bellies, 10 to 14 lbs., $14.5014.75; pickled hams, S14.7S15.03. Lard, quiet; middle west prime. J11.4&I1.65J refined. sieaay; comment, su.vu; soutn America, 12.40: compound, steady at 7.7Efff8.00. BUTTER Market firm. 1 CHEESE Market Irregular. EQQS Market firmer. POULTRY Dressed, market firm) fresh killed western chickens. 16c: fowl ikv. I 1 St, I.onls General Market. ST. LOUIS, March 31. WHEAT Cash No. 2 red, S1.06S1.06: No. 2 hard. 90K9lo. CORN No. 2. 64SJ64Uc: No. 2 whits: 8U OATS NO. 2, N- z white, 3540. RYE 60c. Closing prices of futures: WHEAT May, 90Hc; July, 8S88ttc. CORN May, 63c; July, 64o. OATS May, 33Uc: July 33V10. FLOUR Slow trade: red winter Datenta. $4.060.05; extra fancy and straight. $4.00 uf.w, nara winter clears, w.l6Qa40. heku Timothy, sio.oo. CORNMEAL 32.90. BRAN Bull; 86Jf90c. HAY-Tmothyf nrm;. $i2;60uoo. , B AO Gr I NG 10c. , TWINE Hemn. 8C. 1 :PnnVTFITnNHT.rl; 1 -f. T A steam, ihj.wb'u.w. ury salt meats, higher; short clears, 12c. Bacon, higher; snort clears, isc. POULTRY Steady. chickens. lio: springs, 164c; turkeys, 20c; ducks, 16c; geese, in:. BUTTER Firm: creamery, 2835ttc. , Eaas-Firm, 16c Receipts. Shipments. Flour, bbls , ,. 12.000 6,000 Wheat; .bu 62,000 63,000 Corn, bu 64,0(0 14,000 Oats, bu 94,000 31,000 Kansas City Grain and Provisions, KANSAS CITY, Maroh 31. WHEAT Cash: No. 1, S5H89c; No. 3, S&37c; No, 2 red. $1.01&1.06: No. 3. 91cfi 11.03. CORN No. 2 mixed. 62o; No. 3, 60o; NO. 3 White. 6: NO. 3, 60WS51C. OATS-No, 2 white, 3&S36c; No. 2 mixed, 34C. ,' RYE-$76SSa HAY Choice timothy. $1.6013.0D; closing prices or futures: Kansas City closing prices: WHEAT May, 8&S5Vic; July, S7HC CORN May, 52Vic; July, 83H837ic OATS May. 34Vic BUTTER-Creamery, 34c; firsts, J2c; seconas, uuc; pacKing, zc. KGGS Firsts. 16V4c: seconds. i!313o. POULTRY Hens, 15V4c; roosters. c: ducks, nc. Iteceipts. Bhipments, Wheat, bus ...76,000 40.000 Corn, bu 60.000 14,000 OatS, bu 13,000 12,000 Mlnnentiolls Grain' Market. MINNEAPOLIS. March SL WHEAT May, 65ci July, '88c; September, &SH 88c. Cash: No. 1 hard, 87c: No. 1 northern, 85i$SSTc: No. 2 northern, 83H B4Tfec; Nov 4 .nara, pioniana, omc; jno. 9, 81S2C. CORN No. 3 yellOW, 45W5. OATS No. 3 white. 30B31c. RYE-63065HC. BRAN-$16.00,17.00. FLOUR First patents, $4.2&4.6Sr sec ond patents, $4.0094.40; first clears, $3,003 3.30; second clears, $2.6032,70. FLAX-11.23. BARLEY 40gt6c. Evaporated Apples aad Dried Fruits NEW YORK. March 31. EVAPORATED APPLES Quiet t fancy, 7W6Ul choice, 66Hc; prime. &8SHc DRIED FRUIT Prunes, quiet." "but firm; Callfornlaa up to 3O-40s, SVVSHc; Oregons, 6HSHc. Apricots, quiet and firm; choice, 19V610Uc; extra choice. llOllttc: fancy, U4Q13Ua Peaches, quiet and firm; choice, eWtJCVc extra choice, 6t47c; fancy,-. 7HQ8C Raisins, steady; loose muscatels, 34466140; cholct to fancy, seeded, &36c; seedless, 6Sc, London layers. $1.4QL45. Liverpool Grain Market. LIVERPOOL. March 31. WHEAT -Spot, steady; No, 2 Manitoba. 7s 6Hd; No. 3 Manitoba,, 7s. 64: futures strong; May. 7s 4ttd; July, 7s 3Ud; October, 7s 3d. CORN Spot, steady: American mixed, new, 4s 10'd; American mixed, old. 6s; American mixed, old, via Oalveaton, 6s 8Hd; futures, steady; May, American mixed, 6s f., July. La Plata, 6s 4d. FLOUR Winter Datents. 29s. . HOPS in London, Pad no coast, 141 10s 43 U lUfl. UlRln tlntfer Market. ELGIN. March 3L -BUTTER Firm, JSC, NEW YORK STOCK MARKET Causes Little Disturbance. EFFECT WAS SENTIMENTAL Decline of n Point Was General nt Openlnsr, bnt After Fifteen Mlnntes Deesae Nor msl, NEW YORK, Maroh M. The stock market was llttio disturbed by the death ot J. P. Morgan. The news from Rome was the overwhelming feature ot the day In the financial district, but Its effect was largely sentimental. Reports during the last few weeks had oreDnred the street for the news -which came today and as It was received one hour before the opening of the market there was ample time for protective measures. It was assumed from the outset that the market would be kept welt In hand, but the degree ot resistance shown was sur prising to traders. The moderate decline of Americans In London before the opening here gave a lairiy accurate estimate or tne eueci on securities of Mr. Morcan'n death. De clines of a point or less were general, but nerore trading had been under way m teen minutes the list rallied strongly. Steel, the chief Moraran stock. Was fairly active, but If decline was confined to a point. By the end of the first hour louses were virtually maae up. The highest level was not maintained, however, the list going to the low point before noon. Tightening of call money to the highest rate of the year was a depressing mtiuence. uovernor Buizera approval of the "full crew" bill, which Is expected to increase expenses ot rail roads In this state considerably, was an other factor. Prices rose again in the afternoon, but trading became dull. Call money touched 7 per cent It was retmrted that Berlin was renewine It bids In this market for money, offering 8H and $ per cent for thirty-day runds. The bond marKet was irregular. Number ot sales and leading iJotatloiis on stocks today were as follows: Bait t. win. ww. imwm. Amalsunttl Coppr . AmtrlciD Asrlcultnrsl .., Antrlctn Dt suttr.. American Ciin American Cux tti Amtrlctn C. A K.... American Cotton Oil..,.. Am. Ic 8urltlM. ...... . American LlnM4 ....... Amarican Lecooiotlrt ... American 8. 'A R. Am. 8. A It. ptd. Am. Buser lUtlnlns Amtrlcn T. A T.. .... American Tobacco Anaconta Mlnlnc Oo.... Alohlaon Alchtaon pM ..... Atlantic Coot Une Daltlmore A Oblo. DthUhm 8tMl Brooxlrn Rapid Tr...,.., Canadian radtlo , Central leather Cbeaapcake A Ohio...... Chicago O. -W CMcaco, U. A St. r Chicago A N. W Colorado F A I..... Coniolldated Oa Corn Prodscta 7MN 1IH Tltt 7)U . it l.tM UK I1U I1U ,(M I1H H il U1K 111 1HU MS 41 K 1K "MS 104 41 47 It 7K 10J im lit ill lit 1,400 liiH isiu U1V4 J49 1.7(9 ItH ttTi 1H J. 100 10iH HI HIS 10(1 ItfOH 100 loo 100 1UH IH lit 1.100 IllU IHtl 101 1.500 IT , lH H 1,100 lilt. aiH 4.400 M1M UIU ISIU H 4.100 1K 70 71M 100 15 IS 1IV4 a.eeo nni neu in 400 lit K 115U O0 !V4 14 UK uo in in; nti too u io uvt Delaware A Hudaon...., Denrtr A Itlo Orande... Dmtir A R. 0. pfd.... Dlatlllera Securities .., Erie Erie lat pfd Erie id pid Oeneral Electric areet Northern pfd Great Northern Or ctfa. in to "J 400 17 17 II 1(00 IS HK tl 300 41 4S 4S 4.109 111 lit in 100 Ii H u 1M ana nu it IT Illinois Central Interborotjgh Met. Inter. Met, pfd International Haneeter . Inter-Marine pfd ....... International Paper International Pump .... Kanaaa Cttr Southern... 1.000 It IT (7i 100 10 lOt 104 It 10 10 W.l lot too 10 10 Lacled aaa Lahlah Valler 100 li.goo iu ill iH tOO 117 1UH 111 100 1SS 115 114 WO It It Loulaelll A Nsahetll.. M., Bt. r. a a. s. u.. Mlaaourt, K. A T.. Mlaaourl Pacific ........ 2.100 11M II sa National Blacult National Lead N. It. IU of M. td pfd. New Torlc Central N. V., O. A W Norfolk A Weatern North American 400 Utli lit 111 47 MH tOO 1MU 106 lOt 300 10 10 too 101 IM '101 17 Northern l-aeine 1'aelflo -Mall PennarlYanla, .......... People's Ou (.109 HI 111 117H H , 1.200 111 1UH 111 , ...... .,. it p., c; c. a at. l...... Plttabursh Coal Preaaed Steel Car rullman Palac Car Tleadlns tOO H M t( It too rr ir zi 100 140 ltd lit , Is, ooo ltl no ll tOO 14 It It S0O MM H M too 11 11 11 Itepubllo I. A 8 urpuDiic i. a o. piu... Rock laland Co Hock laland uo. pro..., tt. L. A S. F. M Pfd., ffeaboard Air Une Seaboard A. L. pfd.... Sloea-Bhetllfld S. A I.. Southern Paclfle ...... t 1,000 17 II tOO It It 400 10 20 , 100 4t 4414 17 It It 44 It 4.100 101 100 100 Southern Railway i.too :t st it ev. n. !, ti tOO to 71 10 Tenneaaea Copper . aw 4 s too II II llu Texaa A Pacific....... Union Paclflo Itnlnn Peeltto nfd.... , It.tOO HI ltl 191 , ..... H United Statea Itealtr.... 100 It II tl United Stale Rubber... United Statea Btoel U. 8. Steel pfd Utah Copper Va. -Carolina Chemical . Wabaah . MOO t4 tl UK . 77,100 II M tl . TOO 101 107 101 , 1.700 tl tt tl 14 I 11 40 tVabaah pfd 100 II '"tio "ii i.too tl it it tt weitem Marjiano Weatern Union Weatlnrhouae Kleetrie. .0 tl Wheellnt; A tne Is-dUldend. Total sale tor the day, IIUOO ebaree s New York Money Market, nmw fonx. March 31. MONET Di call, strong. 6Vt7 per cent; ruling rate. 6 per cent; closing bid, 64 per. cent: of fered at 7 per cent. Time loans: Steady; sixty days, 664 Per cent; ninety days, 6 per cent; six months, 6 per cent. PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 6 per cent. Bterllng exchange, easier with ac tual business In bankers' bills at $4.8326 tor sixty day bills and at $1.8720 for de mand. Commercial bills, $t824. SILVER Bar, 67Hc; Mexican dollars, 47Hc. BONDS Government, steady; railroad. Irregular. -1 - Closing quotations on bonds today were as follows: tj. B. ref. 2a. M-'WHrt a M o coupon ;ryt ". t. mi... 11 v U. I. ta, re( 101 U A N. unl. 4 M io coupon ;??S,Ji- T' 1M 1). S. 4a. rex ..HIS do 4a 14 4a COUHO 'ii?'10- Pxl'lo 4a.,..., tt Panama Ja coupon.. ao coot, aa , u A.-C. let t cite... " N K K et M. 4a. II Arner. Jag. ts.i IN. T. s.... 15 A. T. & T. ct. ia..JJ to deb. 4a ., tITi OAm, Tobaoeo H....in'n r. n. ji, a H, Armour 'A CO. ta.. JO ev la M Atcblaoa eo. Ja HN. W. jrt c 4a.. 4 a, ct. 4a 1W JJ -, 4a. lot o T.' $... lSSK2- IP4'"' i- M A ft L. 1st 4t tl .do ta it a. nhi. aa Ma B. L. Ar i. do lHiv. -!SiTr,.1,n- T- Hs lilt. Mf Ilrook. Tr- ct. 4.- IT do con. 4a ioo 7 Sen, ol Oa. V 1"BIVa,I1.n. M n. leather U..... JIHS. U A . F. f,. 471 Cttee. A Ohio 41. ( , la 71 do cost. 41... .. fOHgt. It, t. W. e 4... 7 Chlcaso A A. la.. JJJjfi A dJ; C. D. Q. i- Pa, col. 4a.... U C R. 1. 4k P. t. 4a. tlHtto. JUIIwar t 104 a mSm iti. ... . 9 aa mmn. 4a. v a tv s' r a 4s. MJ4Vni rtn 4i:.:: tt a A H. ct. 4e.... J r. 4a. Ii D. A R. o. n. o" i re i. u,. n rHatlllara' tt .0477. 8. Robber t....10S Brla p. I. 4a 14 la... 100 to sn. aa. ! v-nem. H.. 14 do ct. 4a, aer. B. J1,.S,,, A - III. Cen. ll ret. 4a. nWesUrn U4. 4a t Inter. M- 4,Ua Utf Sf B,.- Inter-Uarlne 4a WIa. Central 4a to japan 4a . Did, Offered. Boaten Mining1 Stock. BOSTON, March It Clotlnr quotaUons on mining stocks were: Allouea PMohak nHHiniTt er 71 KTada Con tl.Slarfar Mlre n lNerth Butt 51 17 t 1 It tl at It II A Stt ti Amai. upper A. z. u. B, A C. C, A f. M. tNrtli Lake ..... Ll. St AnaonA wi, uirainioa, ..... Cai. A Hel , 4 Oeeeola Centenslal 14Qtncr Cbpper Itanrt C. C. 44 Shannon Eaat DutU C. M II Superior Franklin ' fujrlor A B M Olrwia Oon. lTmeratk OranW Con Ji U. H. R R. A M. Oreen Cananea .. 7 ed, pH I ale RoTele Copper. $iSCtah Con Kerr Lake' .!iLta Copper O..... Lake Copper 1 Wlaona be Sail Copper .... IHWolrerlne Miami Ccppr II Hi -)t Tidied. London Stock Market. LONDON, March 31. American tcurl tles were unsettled during the early trad ing owing to J Plerpont Morgan s con dition and the continental political sit uation. Prices opened a fraction lower and moved Irregularly until noon, when the pranged from unchanged to H - j Contoli. tnoatr 'IHLoolrtllU A Nuh.1)) m irmnt. MT.. 7IHM.. Ku. A TuiL IIV Aintl cortxr ' Ysrli ttrl..lujiv Atchlion 10 Norfolk A WtrttmlMV Baltimore u..iumiiiii nmcrn. ii Cn4lui rolll ..XCHl'niiiJlTUoU to eapeal . Orel . tl . t .101 .lit . t Ptr Chi reat Western. It Southern Itr ml.. Mil. at r.iu soutntm raeme THATtr 4k nio 0 .. t Hi Union rclfl . Krt V. 8. Steel do in pia " w iwt.n , , Oro Trunk Ut Tir IIIIboU Ctntrtl ..m Kind Mlatt .... BiLvi.it uar, wchk at lo'.w ounoe. MONEY 4H Pr cent. TJISCOUNT RATES Short bills. 4i Per cent; three months' bills, 4 7-160 1H per cent. , OMAIIA GUNUHAl, MARKET nilTTEn No. L I-lb. carton. SCc; No. I 80-lb. tubs. SSHo; No. J. ISC CHEESE Import en bwiss. kc; Amen can Hwlas. 2ci block Hwlss. Itcl twins. i;V4e; daisies, 17Hc; triplets, 17Uc; young Americas. lc; blue label brick. 19c; llm- bercer, l-lo., uoi i-m., szc; new xorK white, SOo. POU1.TKT- uroiiers, per aos.; hena. 18a: cocks. 11c; ducks. SOc: ceese. 18c; turkeys, Kci plseons, per dot, $i.0; broilers, auve aouwei nrm. iirnfiK, oia roosters, So', ducks' full feathered, lto; Kese. full feathered, 13c) turkeys. li16c; pigeons, per doc, 17.00; homers, fi.M; rionnniwi , uuw iua.i, Afar 20.1 ICS' 14c: large crapples. frosen, 10a: BparUshLMar! il. It TS mackerel. 140: eei. ioo, naaaooK. uo; flounders, Uoi shad roe. Per pair, JOn; I salmon, 8c; halibut, ISo; buffalo tc; bull- heads, Uo; oysters, bay standards, SLS0: northern, si.w; selects, i.7bi oounu, i.so. Ullicr l uio-niun, kta, l, v, no, 1 UHa; No. S. HHo. Iolns; No. 1. ! Nn. 1 ltc: No. S. lfWc. Chucks! No. 1. lie; ftio, nu. o, rTac nuuiiua. v. i 1. 13Wo; No. 2, lac; No. . izc. Flates: No. l. 8c; no. z. bc; no. J, 80. imTIITS ADDles. extra fancy larva Rome Deautles, per box, $1.71; extra fancy large Yellow Nbwton. Pippins per box. II. W; extra fancy wastunrton white win ter Pearmalns, per box, 11.83; extra fancy Washington Wtnesaps, per box, S1.00; Utah Wlnesaps, per box, $1.60; xtra fancy Qanos, per box, $1.26; extra fancy lien Davis, per vox, ai.io; exira tancy anno, per bbl., $3.00; extra, fancy Hon Davis per bbl.. $2.76; extra fancy Wine aap, per bbl., $3.60; extra fancy Missouri Pippins, per bbl., I3.SS. OranKes, Florida, extra fancy, St Mike's, 80. . lit. 126. 160, 17. 200, a. per box, $4.00; extra fancy Valencia, 80, 96. HI. 126. 160, ITS. SOO. ai. per box, $4. GO. Lemona, extra fancy BOUtniana ueauues, vwa ana aowa, per box, $8.00; extra choice. Justrlte, per box, $7.60. Qrapefrutt, Florida. Indian nivr. M and SO sixes. S3.7&: 64. $3.60: 46. $3.25; SS, $300. Louisiana strawberries. Pr case, U.7I. uranoernes, lancjr, tni bbl.. $7.00; Jumbo, per box, $z,80. VEX3BTABt.ES Potatoes, Colorado Rural, per bu., 60o: Red River Early Ohio, per bu., 60c Onions, large red Globe onions, per sack. $1.00; larne white Indiana, per lb., 2c; large Spanish, per crate, $1.60. Bweei poiaiow, ivamaa, table stock, per bbl., $2.60; Kansas seed, per bbl. (due April 1 to 10). $1.00. To matoes, fancy Florida, per S-basket crate, $3.00; choice. 6-basket crate $2.60. Celery. Florida, per crate, S, 4, 6, 8-dpz., $3.00; Florida, medium, iter dor.. 60o; Cal ifornia Jumbo, per dox. 85o. Shallots, per dos.. 60c New beets, carrots, turnips, per dox.. 60c Parsley, per dos., 60e. Radishes, per dox.. 60c Head lettuce, per dos.. $1.00; homegrown leaf, per dox., 40c. Oreen pep pers, per basket. 60c Wntx or green beuna, per mw, ...w. ...,.n" .w-,-bers, per do.. $1.00tT2.09. Cauliflower, per crate, $2.00. Venetian garlic, per lb.. 12Wc New York cabbage, per lb., lUc Etra plant, per dox., $2.00. Rutabagas, per lb.. l4o; beets, turnips and carrots, per bbl., 1.00e iftHATTC TlMlfitt VAlltttkr cer bu., S3 ids., " -! white ter bu 22.00. Evaporated cran berries.'larton containing $6 pkgs.. per carton, $2.70. Figs, new California, 80- size U RS;' imported. 7-crown. per lb., 17c. DatVs HalowlU per lb.. 6tfo: Dromedary br'aV": Package. $2.00; Anchor brand lb lie. Pecans, medium, per lb.. 131,4c: Tnmbo. per lb.. 16c: aiant TOoulslana . t,i.ti ner lb.. JSC uiioerm, per iu STAlmSnds! Drake, per lb.. 16c; Paper o,.n 18c Rraxils. per lb., 10c; large Ah fner lb.. 12c. Black walnuts, per 7b Mavtl ' pSauS, raw. No. 1. per lb., ewe; frmbo per lb, 8c; roasted, per lb., . 8lc. wieitorynuts, sbeiiDBrK, per io.. , mnjo, Hickorynm . rico popcorn, per lb.. P wArttirkdlsh. 2 dox. bottles In case. SSV ?oi? $1.90- Cocoanuts. per sack. J6.C0; III d" n Mott's cldsr. per keg.. 3.60j Nenawaa, yc. ' ' nion Market. . tr si rnTTON Quiet; middUMr i4o : no sales: receipts. un Iaes; a1llpmis. 2.235 bM"! " bvpw TORK. March 31. COTTON The 7,000 bales. . itmv Market. tidit-rtr HAY No. 1 upland, $9.rAll tSK?" ftiandr.rWv SJLiHS: 10, land $6.0O7.0g; No. I nQian". rtZX. SwU&tXO! No. 3 lowland. $5.W flarr-hlce rve and oat, $&S8.W choice wheat. $5.00.W. . lanv cutting. 29.00JJ11.W; w"-1 :r..rL ..kum u 3, any cumin, t. r.nitda Market. NEW TORK. March SL-he primary Steady. Bru" from f.'T. i ...oil .ini In the flood sons expected to resume business In a; week or and" good. r-orfer-ea" by Dayton Row silk was quiet on account of the strike. wiiiianlree Grain Market. Mrt.WATJKEE. March 31,-WHEAT- No. 1 northern. SMTOOc; No. Snorthern, fWssHo! No. 2 hard winter, SO&Olcj May, eel... Ti.1v tUtAr. CORN-No. 3 yellow, 6263Hc! No. 3 wrtlte. WWW. '" July. 640. OATS 33381c nvti-tlo. BARLEY 62fl68c. Wool Market. an t rvm S. Mnrch II. WOOL Steady medium grades combing and clothing, 23H26o; light fine. Il21e; heavy fjne, lSgioo; lUD wasneo, diduc. ' renrtn Market. PEORIA, March 31. CORN No. white. 6U4c; No. 3 yellow, 61V4o: No. VJtllAW. KOUc. OATS No. 2 whit. 34c; standard, 3SHc; No. 3 white, 2383314. More Autos Are Still Needed for Belief The citlsens relief committee is calling for more automobiles. Relief stations asked for cars and could not be provided because many cttlune had failed to, fur nlsh the cars the committee has been using, believing they were no longer needed. Relief stations will need cars all week. HELD ONTO BOOK WHICH HAD TO BE RETURNED When the tornado struck the Carr real dence, S09 Burt street. Walker Carr, aged 8f, was reading a book In the sitting room. After the excitement was over an older member of the family questioned the boy about what he held on to during the storm, for he camo out without a soratch. 'Why, to this book," ha repled, "I knew It had to be returned to the library " Key to the 81tutIon-Bte Advertising, QM AHA LIE STOCK MARKET Run of Cattle Small, with Trade Slow to Lower. H0QS ARE FIVE TO TEN LOWER Sheep nnrt Lamha In Very Mhernl Supply, rrlth Dcmanil finite nrlsk anil Irlco ateartr on All Kinds. SOUTH OMAHA, March 31, 1913, Recelnts. w.w rm. Iloca. BheeP Katlmate Monday .... 3.211 7.277 12.W8 same day last week.. 4,052 Same day 2 weeks a bo. 1..I5 4.707 2,343 9.211 3,061 21,084 10.423 1,003 Same days 3 weeks ago 6.663 4,919 4.176 1,876 came aay 4 weeks ago 4.081 Same day last year., 1.741 The following table shows the receipts of cattle, hogs and sheep at Bouth Omaha for the year to date, as compared wiw last years 1811 1911. lnc Dec Cattle 234.SZ3 254,601 Hogs 71.227 S74.9SO 2U.T6S Sheep 8T4.WJ 668,167 6,650 The following table shows the range ot prices for hogs at Bouth Omaha for the last few days, with comparltons; Date. 1913. 112.11911.1910.)109.11.07. 6 661 110 611 6 44 4 631 6 4$ 44 IS I 851 S 31 lb 411 4 66 7 101 6 4S10 6SI 4 7M Mlr, tl jjj., jt Mar. 24 8 60 7 ! 6 47)10 491 6?) 16 6 98 6 451 10 61 6 66 4 79 4 80 4 89 616 6 41 10 631 10 65 6 61 Mar, SS. IS 87U 7 01 6 35 6 681 6 0S Mar. ?.l 8 83 Tl, 10 63 6 67 Ul b t-3 Jklftr. J7. IS K6 ar. a. 8 84 7 27 7 48 6 371 6 42 e 6 72 e 6 68 6 681 6 65 7 ti 6 to! 6 11 10 70 6 23 Mnr I UU 7 66 6 82 7 71 14 10 71 5 67 6 7S 6 31 mar JW.I - 10 M 39 Mar. 31.1 8 7S 6 29 10 67 Sunday. Receipts and disposition of live stock at the union Stock yards, Bouth umana. Neb., for twenty-tour hours ending at 3 o'clock yesterday; JIECEI pts r a rt fL Cattle.Hogs.Sh'p.Hr's, C. M. &. Bt. I' 4 Wabash 1 Union Pacific 22 C. ft N. W., east.... 18 C, Rt. P., M. ft O.. S C, B. A Q., east C, B. A Q., west.... 45 C. R. I. A P., west, .. Illinois Central....'.. Chicago Ot West.. 3 21 31 7 39 28 17 11 Total receipts... 107 101, 65 14 DISPOSITION HEAD. Cattie.liotf.Mheep. Morris & Co 292 Mt6 i.itD Swift and Company.... 419 1,421 1,457 1.7V9, (65 "isi 2,(64 2,406 2,232 ,... Cudahy Packing Co. 671 443 Armour & uo..,. uc it warts, a uo. Morreii RutledEe Benton, Van Sant ft 1. Hill ft Bon F. B. Jewls Huston ft Co...,....' 61 190 139 4 61 12 61 G3 318 61 17 116 61 393 B. Root ft Co F. Husx.. Rosenstock Bros McCreary ft Kellogg.... Werthetmer ft Degen... H. F. Hamilton Rothschild A Krebs.... ..... ..... Mo. A Kan. Calf Co G DC A ChrlStI Other buyers ..... 1,140 Totals .....3,297 6,460 10,&il CATTLE Cattle receipts were light at this point for a Monday and practically at all other markets. At the same time tho demand appeared to be more or less limited, so that there were everywhere Plenty ot came 10 suppiy me icmui.o mcnts of buyers. More than that the de mand was so lacking In urgency that prices everywhere showed more or less weakness. This market presented no ex ception to the general rule. Tiaat aiMura worn alow ana auu. wnu prices anywhere from weak to 10c lower and In some cases more than that. Cows and heifers do not snow so mucn nhiinra un hf liners, there being a ten dency on the part of buyers to take the cheaper cattle. ninrVura nmt fateriers were In moderate demand and rather slow sellers at last week's decline. . . . . . . Quotations on Cattle Good to choice r nt..r. ts VHSKM: fair to KOOd beef steers, $7.roys.w; .common u iir rt lamn o rood .to choice heifers. $7.a6es.l5; good to choice cows, S.764ji7.M. fair to good grades, a.eowv.Bui vuiuuwu . fair grades. $4.90 0.86? .good to. choice BtOCKers ana leeuera, .i,.."., good stdekers and, feeders. M.nt&lM: common to fair stocliers. and feeders, im 7K. iimtii cowi and heifers, $6.0O2I 700; veal calves, 7.0O8D.7B; bulls, stags. etc., so-wotzo. Itepresentative saiea. , BEEF STEERS. Ne. At. Tt. Ne. At. rr. ,. ttt 7 10 14.,.., Hit I 00 1... $4... 1037 7 M a... e wy 1... 1100 7 to ,1010 7 70 ... IM 7 70 1011 7 "I 1110 7 II 1141 7 0 114 7 to 1107 7 It , uu tea 1 1110 100 11... 7, Hit 100 I til I 10 17 lltO I It 1 lilt I It 10 ,.,,1111 I tt II 1141 t 10 11... iui a 40 1...........1I10 1 it I... tl... 11... il... 11... 10..., It... 1... "' STEERS AND HEIFERS. 441 7 10 11 Nl . .... 117 7 10 II IUI I M CovsnAND HEIFERS. Ill W 4 .t.... 110 t K COWS. It... II... II... 1006 S'tO . -17... 1077 I Jrt r,ioto 1 M ' ........ tt t tt,: ...'f,f,.tw-tnt a., iwt. w l..t,v......U 176 l..l.i,V(.!010 l.lt l...........li t . s,.;,s,vio I?" Vl-l 1X0.4 X. . It... tM. 7 W .;..,'. .11x1 i;..t.x.,.ll!4 tit,' l.lM. lt 1 tit' t W ..l,,.r -H" ' ' 10 ... IM. 7 10 I .whiHH- 7 11 U..,,...!llU TM IV HI w ,.a.W..:..li Wmir&&. 1 U.tllt.ttt , 144 M. I .1T.-717 lit Ill 1 tt 1 '107 I'M' tl.l... . 711 7 It' , lOt 7 It .711 7 40 .tit 7 40 . lto 7 10 ,1060 7 70 10 tM) 4 tl 11 II, t II . tl .... 141 tit, 11 Ill IU 1 1010 7 no 1 1... ut in BULLS. , tto tto 1.... .1111 lit 1,,.. ..1U0 4 II J.11SJ TOO .1400 T-10 ""llano t 71 1'..'. 1)0 IM- STB IS 113 AND oTAUH. 1071 7 40 HALVES. 30.... 1 140 I 10 1. .......... UO 7 tt 4,. ,'... 441 7 10 1 .!..".... 117 7 C4 t Ill I 71' 4 ; ut 1 711 4 no 00; 1 nt t tt. 1...,., uo t u 1 ,.. us t 1 110 t to i ,,. no 1 to 1 uo t to . 4 IM t KM SI 417 7 70 40 1,..,.,.....00 too lJJ....... lit 100 l',..i!,.,170 111 140 I tO 1 ltl t 71' A.... 4 130 t 10 1 1 I It ""stSckers and feeders. 1 It t , 11 11........ 17. ...... 111 7 00 II.. Ill 7 10 HO ' 7 11 700 7 11 in in ,171 T U , 771 7 40 It... t... II... 17,.. 17... ... Ill 7 M ... Ill T 40 ... 711 7 tt .,,1104 T 10 ... 711 7 U u ttt 7 to II... .......UOI. 7 M wrxiR Aa comoared with the last few weeks receipts this morning were rather liberal, about 101 cars or 7,277 head being reported in. This Is 2.600 more than last Monday, 6,000 heavier than two weeks Ago and 6,000 larger than the same day last year. ' As was the cise three weeks ago, buy ers used the heavy receipts In Chicago aa a means ot lowering prices at this point. Shippers and speculators picked up a few loads of good light and butcher weights early at tlgures that lookrd to be a big five and In some cases aa much as 6010a lower than Saturday. Packers were; even more bearish, and their early bids wen) largely ten cenis lower. n,r, nvreji to cashing their hold lngs ot this decline, but buyers refused to do any better, and while the market waa vsry slow and draggy. In the end practically everything was sold at a Itiim decline, neavies wr i vi u.u,wiu again today and consequently me tu.4 h. run tnrr.A of the cut in values, -.... 1 . v. .t ..... n hjt trndM It was nearly mid-day before anything like a clearance was maae. nnlk nt aalns landed at 18.768.80 and some real good lights brought aa high as $8.90 just a nlCKel ueiow oaiuruay s toy, Tnwanti the close values became tt any thing weaker than during the earlier hours and buyers yvere not making mucn of an effort to pick up what hogs were still in first hands. Generally speaking It was a siowj suckv mr an mo wax through, with good lights the only graded that seemed to be In much demand. No, At. Sh. lr. No. A. 8h. Pr. It . . II 10 I M 71 30 ... 8 ft It .. .10 ... I 70 71 ttt ... I 77 M .. til . . I Tl Tt Ml 10 77 U Tt 134 10 l It 110 ... ITT 71 m ... I 141 ... I 71 71 til 40 171 t Ml M ITT tt nt UO I Tl Tt Ill ... UiU M 10 ... t Tl Tt 114 ... t TT M it to t Tt M NT ... 84 10 ill 10 lit U 101 ... tM Tl Ml . . t Tt tl Ill . . ft Tl MT ...! il 110 ... I 4 tt Mi ... I Tt Tt HO ... t $) tt ill . . I Tl M 248 It a M II i0 40 I Tt tt ill W M 10 3(0 40 I Tt It J0 ... S to Tt MS 1M art 11. ......MT ... ttt tt, ITt 10 IT! Tl . .... 40 It Tl .?! ... t T$ 71 271 N IM 41 .let . . t 76 fO lit 1W !. te ll it 10 I 76 .t IU 10 I M it j: ... tn Tt ... tto it nt ... tit .ait 4o tto m nt ... 7 41. nt U JIW 41 IT4 ... I Tl tl u21t,-120 13a 20 lit ... ITt Tl...vi5lf ' ' t.. .. nr ... i ts ii ,.:o9. ... i b 77 114 150 a IS tt tl 4 . I St II SoT 10 Tl tt lit .. . IT tl HI 10 171 71 191 IW 71 Ill 10 I 7t SHBKP-A fairly lively trade with Driers fullv aieadv with the olose Of last week featured the market one both.--fnt lambs and matured muttons tins morn ing. Business was regarded by sellers as very satisfactory In view of the lib eral receipts at this point and the .very fair runs showing up at other live stock centers. The local supply nmounted to kAmit nrtv.fivn Mm. r li.Dnl head, being around 3,473 head more than a week ago On the same day one year ngo only -l.uw head were yarded. The buyers were out In good season and apparently, had.. very good orders to fill, nnd (inconsequence tho bulk ot the offering was disposed tt at n a anna ltl a hntlP 8ome Mexican Iambs fed In JJcbraskn. and weighing around eighty pounds chanced hands fairly early at IV. 4ft, top lor tho day. A large share of the Inmb offerings consisted of fed westerns, qulto a lew ot wnicn sold at ts.o, xnis pneo being the highest for such classes. Snoru lambs wore of very fair volume In con trast with what has been coming ot late, u ml some on that order sold up to $7.23, Feeder buyers were on the market and found some suitable stock available, moat of which came In from points in Wyo ming and Montana. Trnde In feeders and shearers was rather slow, with & very weak undertone', very few It any offer ings being disposed of before 11 o clock. There was the usual small percentage nt hmI nhceu and and Yearlings In sight. and, us noted above, thoy told on a steady basis. Hulk ot the ewra went at a ramie ot $&.9O4J6.00, wltn some Mexican yearlings bringing $7.25. There worn practically no wetners offered. quotations on oneep ana uamoa-uooa to choice Mexican lambs. $S.a8.60; fall to good Mexican lambs, $S.00tl.Z&; good to choice western lambs, tS.0O36.J6; fall to good western lambs, $7.85tt.O0; reedet lambs. $7.G53.20! yearlings, light. $7,260 7.6; yearlings, heavy, $6.767.60; wethers. fair to gooa, &.uoau.i&; ewes, gooa io choice, $4.0006.26; ewet, fair to good, $3.76 6,oo: cuim ana ducks, tiiDwt.w. NO. AV. 135 Idaho fefder lambs G6 Pr. 7 70 7 70 6 26 8 45 7 75 6 60 6 90 ,800 ' 7 00 8 10 8 10 8 25 8 20 8 20 6 SS 84 Idaho feeaor laiiios... n 34 Idaho ewes . 83 . 80 . 62 . 89 749 Mexican lambs 146 fed lambs KJ fed wethers 18 fed ewes ...... 105 107 96 87 88 , 86 90 , 80 211 ted ewes 12 fed yearlings . 176 fed lambs ..... 76 fed lambs .... 262 ted lambs .... 420 fed lambs ...... 670 fed lambs 93 fed ewes 116 CHICAGO I.IVB STOCIC MAIIKKT Cattle Steady Hons llltihc Bhet-p and Lambs Lower. CHICAGO. March 31. CATTLE Re ceipts, 20,000 head: market genera ly steady: beeves. $7.0009.10: Texas steers, 13.00S7.7C; western steers, $6.858.10; stock- ers and leeuers, tu.vwus.uj; cows ana ncu rs. ta.G0O8.00: calves. 16.00110.00. HOOR Receipts, 66,000 huad; market light, closod. 104J15 cents higher, othere steady at Saturday's overage; bulk of sales, $8.3609.40; light, $9.2&30.62H: mixed, $9.00iSfl.45; heavy, $3.76410.33; rough, $8.76 Makes You Good Feeling PASTEURINE (ANTISEPTIC LIQUID) Most Used Because Most Useful First thing in the morning put a tea spoonful of PASTEURINE in half a glass 01 water. Snult some through your nose, gargle some and even swallow a little for the good 01 your stomach and the way down. Use the rest to cleanse your mouth. Then breathe deep into your lungs some cool morning air and that invigorating aroma of PASTEURiNE. Presto! Your head and throat feel as' "clear as a quill." There is a pleasing coolness and an appetizing taste in your mouth. You tingle all over with good feeling. 1 Oc, 35c, $ 1 .OO at Drug Stores If your druggist does not have Pasteurine send us lOo Jor large trial bottle and literature. Jno.T. Milliken &, Co., St. Louis, U.S.A. S.W; pigs. $T.109.36.. fUIBHP AND I.AMBS-liejelpts, Zlt.WW head; market steady to 10 tents lower, native. $S.90J.75; western, $.00lH75.' Year ling, - $6.867.86: lambs, native, S.Wa Kaiian City Live Stock Market. KANRA8 CITY. March 31. CATTLK- Recelpts. S.000 hrnd. Including 800 south' erns; market steady to 10 cents lowef, dressed beef and export steers, $S.16 9.76; fair to good, $7..10; western steers, $7.3Mf8.40: stockers and feeders. $fl.50t?8.16; southern steers. $6,6038.66; southern cows, Il fiOB8.oo; native cows ana hotrers. $4.5088.26; bulls, $5.857.25; calves, $7.00810.00. , HOQS Receipts. 7,000 htad. market steady; bulk of sales. $8.S0t7O00; heavj $8.S042$.90; packers and butchers, $3. go 9.00; lights, $.1.Kp9., pigs, $7-7&&B-25. SHEEP ANU LAMMS Receipts. 8.TO0 head; market steady to 10 cents hlghrr. Colorado lambs, $8.26?8.C0; yearlings. W.7S 07.73; wethers, $6.3tJ7.00; ewes, $5.76&a.76, St. LonU Live- Stock MorUet. ST. IX)UIS, March 31. CATTLE Re celptn 3.100 head. Including 2,600 Texans, market steady; choice to fine steers, $8.60 CO.00; good, to choice steers, $7.F0J8.&0, Mockers nnd feedofs, $5.2&88.00; cows and heifers. $5.60CJQQ; 'bulls, $5.037.60; calves, W.00JM1.C0; Texas Rnd Oklahoma steers, $6.i5?i8.60f coS and heifers, $4.2&3.60, HQOS Jlecclpts. 7700 head: market 5o higher!: Plft and lights. $700335; mtxd and butchers, $.20ta9.85; good heavy. $920 Bo.no. SHErtP'AND' AMBS-Shcep and mut .tqrts, ' J6.301J7.00; yearlings $6.0038.00. lambsr$7.H8.so. Hlrtiir City Live .Stock Market. SIOUX.' CITY. sMarch 31. CATTLE Itecclpts, 2,600 head. Market steady; na llvQ steers, $7,C0i)8.75; cows and heifers, $5.6007.76; canners, $3.766,00; Blockers and feeders, $7.0(ff8.w; caives, vi.ivtii.w, nuns, $3.607.2S. HOQSRecelpta, 2,800 head. Market sliado 'lower: heavy, $S.15tJS.S0; mrxed, $S.80S8.fO; light, $S.85QS.0O; bulk of tales, $S.76JS.R5. SHEEP AND LAMBS No receipts. Hi. Joseph 1.1 vr Stock Market. ST. JOSEPH, March 31. CATTLB Re belpts, l.SiX) hend; market. steady i steers, $7.2648.&5; caws and heifers, $4.2S$P 3.60; calves. $5.00fr8.280. HOas Receipts, 7,000 head; market .Weak; lower; top, $8.95; bulk, $R.809.0. BHEEP AND LAMBS Uecelpts, 4,000 head; market strong; lambs, $7.0038.60. Stiiok In SIkI" Receipts ofilVo slock st .,. six prin cipal western markets yesterday: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. South Omaha 3.221 7.227 12.W8 St. JOSCPn 1.MV , Rt. TUiS 3,100 7,7W - Kansas City.,;..... 8,000. 7,ooo 3,ooq Chicago 30,000 65,000 10,090 Totals..?...., .45,621 3,927 11,668 Turpentine nnil Rnetn. SAVANNAH. Oa.. March 31. TURPE N c TINE nrm: 42e; sales. 140 bbls.; receipt 94 bbls.; shipments, 144 bbls.; stocks) 14.9CO bbls. j ROSIN Firm; sales, 63 bbls;., receipts; 663 bbls.; shipments, 12,616 bbls.; stocks 91,200 bbls. Quote! A, B, $5.10r6.2O: C. IX $5.16i&0.20: E, $5.aO5.23Vi; F. $5.256.27Hf O. $5.30(r?6.S7H; H, $5.40; I. $5.60iS6.65: K$. Vi.zrl M, O.W.; w, it.su; w, i.w; yv wj, ?.wr. Metal Market. NEW TORK. Maroh 31. METALS4- Ixindon copper quiet; spot, 67 10s; Ii tures, Ki7 7S 6U. onaon un, atruiiK, spot. 219; futures, 214 16s. London load. 116 7a 6d. London spelter, 23. Iron, Clever land warrants, 60s 9d in London. 1 ST. LOUIS'. March 31. METALS Lead, firm: $4.22HtT4.25. Spelter, unsettled; $3.60 5.80. f. i Coffee Market. i NEW TORK, March 31 . COFFEE FuV tures closed steady; net unchanged tp 4 points lower. Sales, . 53,269 bags; ApriL ll.C0o; May, H.80c: July, 12c; September:. October and November. 12.20c. Spot codes', steady; Rio 7s, 12c: Santos 4s, lSTic; mllj, Cordova, 15flTc, nominal. ,( Tingle With Every Morning Clears the stuffed-up head and full throdjfe Cleanses and cools the mouth. 'Purifies the breath. Stimulates every bit of good health ' m your Starts you off with that royal good feeling that is power for the day.