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THE BEE: OMAITA, TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 191.1.
11 I'EIISONAIj Miss Fisher, mas., bath, elec. treat. D.M3 Tlllv SALVATION AIIMY unllrlt. mill. off clothing; In fact, any thing you do not need. We collect, repair and sell at 131 N. 11th St., for cost of collection, to the worthy poor. Phone Douglas 4126 and wagon win can. MASSAflli Swedish movement. 41S KmoOUli Uee U1(1 Douglas G72. 63-DAY BT.OOD REMEDY. . Dcxtcn pharmacy, 12th and Dodge. MANICURING; face. scalD and ma notlc treatment. Miss Debar. 201 S. lflth. MASSAQE MKS. IllTTENHOUSB, 808 uoston store. Eve. and Sun. appoint s. YOUNQ women coming to Omaha as strangers aro Invited to visit the Young Women's Christian association building at nth and St. Marys Avt here they will bo directed to suitable boarding Places or omerwi&o assisiea. uook lor our travelers' aid. at the Union station, MAGNETIC teWEh MASSAGE, salt glow. Mmo. Allen of umcago. ivj s. nth tit. Douglas 7665. INVALIDS NEED PENSIONS. P?l subscriptions tn thn I.. It. Jnnrntl J1.60; S. K. Post, 1.60. and Country Gen tleman. 11.60. will earn 13.000 for thn In. vallda" Ponslon Ass'n, which will Insure myself and fifteen other, sufferers $10 a inomn eacn. Must have 194 In Anrll. Your rennwol worth 60 cents. DON'T WITHOLD IT. i-nono Douglas 7163. Omaha Neb. GOItDON. THE MAGAZINE MAN. Massage. Mrs. Steele. 1807 Farnam, 3d fl. RKAli KSTATE LOANS. $100 to 10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam. WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co. LOANS on farms and improved city property, 6, 6V4 and 6 per cent; no delay. J. II. Dumont & Co., 1601 Farnam St WANTED City loans and warrautx W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1120 Farnam St GABVJN BROS Loana 'M ftnd up u'tuv' ,xluo,Omahn Nat Bank. MONEY To loan on business or resi dence properties, 11,000 to 1600,000. W. H. THOMAS. 223 State Bank Bldg. OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms. O'KEEFE HEAL ESTATE CO. 1016 Omaha National. Douglas 1715. HARRISON & MORTON. 918 Om. Nat LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros Ron CITY LOANS, Bemls-Carlberg Co., u 110-312 Brandels Theater Bldg. MONEY on hand at lowest rates, for loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha city property In any amounts. H. W. BINDER, 823 City Nat. Bank Bldg. WANTED TO BUT. Dolgoff 2d hand store pays highest prices tor rurnlture. clothes, shoes, web. 1607, WOULD like to buy a five or six-room house to bo moved on a lot One In the neighborhood of 24th and Clark preferred, Telephono Red 4301. BEST prlceB for furniture. Call D. 7S02. WANTED Will pay cash for 1912 Ford, fully equipped, 5-passcnger car; no other. Telephone W 78. D. S005. Quick buyers of furniture. WANTED TO RENT WANTED Furnished house or aliart ment during May. June and July: refer ences exchanged. Address N 240, Omaha Bee. WE HAVE TENANTS. Want good houses or fiats. Sco us today. Reg. commission. D. R. BUCK & SON, 012 Omaha Nafl Bank. D. 5226. REAIj estate wanted WE have a buyer for your house call Osborne Realty Co. Phone. Douglas 1474. sale on exchange: it. k. Improved Farm Half section and SO acres; south central Nebraska-; fair Improvements.. Price 11G.0W. -Want to trade this for town prop erty. No agents. Address me to Post-office-Box No. 633. Omaha, Neb. CYCLONES CAN WRECK CITY PROPERTY, but they can't wreck land. We have land for city property. PALMER LAND CO., W. O. W. Bldg.. Omaha. HAVE good farms to exchange for resi dence and Income property, owners see ub. J. A. Olson, 601 City National Bank Bldg., Omaha. TRADE If you can't sell. W. S. Frank, 1025 City Nat. Bank. REAL ESTATE ABSTRACTS OK TITLE. REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of fice in Nebraska, 206 Brandnls Theater. CITY PROPERTY KOU SALE, $500 cash, balance monthly. 1551 Mere dith avenue, corner; both street paved and parked; 3 bedroms and buth; first story finished in Flemish oak. Prairlo Tarn Co.. Wtf waro mocK, Douglas 3S. flUnlPW itnrnnp lrt In H , , . . . streets paved und paid for; must ue told at onoo; $1,000 takes lt.106 McCaguo Bldg Douglas 1653. b' N. U, Corner ISth Ave. and Marcy. Modern two-story and 'attic. Fine large lawn. For price and terms phone Har ney 5440. ON EASY TERMS Homes Will take your vacant lot as frst payment, or will build for yoJ. PAYNE &, SLATER CO.. 616 Oma. Nat TORNADO INSURANCE. Call Tyler 1024-O,NeH's. 1503 Farnam Street. BUY FROM OWNER 1S1I Evans St., VA block from car 3 rooms downetalre and fireplace; 4 bed rooms upstairs; sun room and bath; beam ceilings; fc-foot brick basement Lot 50x125 front and back yard; all sod; large garage. Now occupied by owner. Newly completed, built for homo, I'oi further information call at 1814 Evans. TO BUY, BELL OR RENT, FIRST SEE JOHN W. ROBBIN3. 1802 FARNAM ST. Build Your New Home Alitor Plans and Specifications specially prepared after your own ideas by EXPERT ARCHITECTS to suit your requirements in arrangement and cost SPECIAL PRICE JtO.OO for complete plans and specifications. Quick Servlco and Satisfaction Guaranteed. THE H. H. NIEMANN CO., Muskogee. Okl. OWNER offers 6-room, strictly mod ern cottage, Bemls park district; paved street; south front, near school and car; M0UO; part cash, balance time. Address 1310 I, St.. Lincoln. tl,100 CASH. 5-room cottago and lot Particulars, Owner, 1790 46th Ave.. San Francisco. Cal. ALMOST NEW Six-room modern home containing re ception hall, parlor, dining room, kitchen on first floor, finished In oak; three bed rooms, bath and sleeping porch on sec ond floor; maple floors; large lot, paved street; two blocks to car and close to school. See the prlec, 3,650; only $200 lash, balance easy, A genuine bargain. BEMIS OARLBERG CO. 310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg. REAL ESTATE FARM RAMII LIMIK l.'OIt SALK, Arkansas. FARM FOR SALE 160 acres of second Red River bottom land; 60 acres cleared and balance In Umber; price 12.50 per acre. For further Information, write Southern. Realty & Trust Co., Ashdown, Ark. California. CALIFORNIA land excursions 1st and rd Tues. W. T. Smith Co. 815 City Nat Bk. FOR SALE on easy terms attractive orchard and farm near Red Bluff, hurra mento alley E, B. Woolf, Rector Bldg, 'hkago, III, GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET September Wheat Given Big Spread in Ohicago and Minneapolis. WEATHER HELPS CORN OUTLOOK FTornblc Conditions OTerhdoTT Possible Chnnce of Lute Plnnt I"R find Risks thrtt Go Aloair vrltli It. . . , OMAHA. April 11. 1913. A biff 'nraiY It, I2.hl.mh.p wVlnf I being placed between- the Chicago aiid Minneapolis markets. This fact came to "gm prominently Raturdnv. when there were heavy sales of that option In the unicago pit, while there were eqUBiiy heavy purchases In the large northwest ern markets. It has been usual for many years. In. me event of ravorable crop prospects in the southwest, for September wheat to rocelve considerable attention from the bears In the northwest In the way of putting out short lines. Thero Is a vast airference at the present In the May and September options at Minneapolis. Some conservative men In the trade vlow thn spread ' aB risky, to say the least, and advance the opinion that those who have put out short lines of that month In Chi cago are likely to suffer In the way of losses, as any further advance tn the price at Minneapolis will cause great un easiness and some coverinc of shorts at Chicago. ,48lA ilio present weak condition or wnsai may possibly bo followed by a sensa tional change of some kind or another, which could be brought about by crop losses In Kansas or any of the other big wheat states. This is not expecieo. oy the trade at large, and especially by the holders of options and cash wheat in tho Chicago market At this season of the year the south west generally Is to be seen oik the bull side of wheat at Chicago, but the larger speculators at this point arc now astride the speculative fence and are taking lit tle or no Interest In the wheat situation, with tho possible exception of looking on and watching for an opening on which to make purchases. It has been tho custom for several weeks for the wheat speculators, not only at Chicago, but in other markets of the world to keep a close watch on the price changes at Liverpool. Everyone knows that tn order to hold the Liverpool market up around a cer tain level It Is only necessary to use a little money and muscle, and the opin ion has gained ground In Chicago that Liverpool Is anything but legitimately strong. Cash wheat was Ho lower. Wanner and clearer weather la prom ised by tho weather authorities and this favorably will help the corn situation from the standpoint of bears, while It will Bend tho farmers Into the fields, where they will seed their corn; It will also permit some marketing of both corn and oats at times. Cash corn was Vi-Hc lower. There Is a lack of cash business In oats, aB the Argentina surplus Is pressing for sale and tho government report on the live stock situation Is viewed by the average speculator as a help to tho bulls In oats. Cash oatB were Ulc lower. Clearances: Wheat and flour, 440,000 bu.; corn, 18,000 bu.: oats, none. Uverpool close: Wheat, unchanged to d lower; corn. d higher to 4i lower. Primary wheat receipts woro 640,000 bu. and shipments 432,000 bu., against receipts of 384,000 bu. and shipments of 315,000 bu. laRt year. Primary corn receipts were 429,000 bu. and shipments were 495,000 bu., against receipts of 497.000 bu. and shipments fOt 443,000 bu. last year. Primary oats receipts were 645,000 bu. and shipments wero 496,000 bu., against receipts of 610,000 bu. and shipments of 643,000 bu. last year. Tho following cash sales wwe reported today: WHEAT No. 2 hard winter, 2 cars, Ho; 4 cars, 84Hc No. 4 hard winter, 1 car, 81V4o. No grade hard winter, 1 car, 78c. No. 4 spring; 1 car, 81c; 2 cars, EOtto. No. 3 durum, 1 car, 85Hc OATS No. 3 white, 2 cars. 32Hc. No. 4 white, 1 car, 32Kc; 2 cars, 32a No grade, 1 car, 32Vic. CORN No. 3 white, 2 cars. 530; 3 cars, 63c. No. 4 white, 1 car, 62c. No. 2 REAL ESTATE FARM &. RANCH LANDS FOR SALE. Idaho. COME to Boise: no tornadoes nor elec trical storms. Bountiful harvests. Ad' dress Box 29. R. No. 3. Boise, Idaho. THE BEAUTIFUL BOISE VALLEY has never had a cyclone In Its history. Come to Idaho, where you can now do well In a new, growing, enterprising coun try, und where there are no tornadoes or crop failures. Send caid for handsome booklet and particulars regarding me country. We also Bell good business propositions In southern Idaho. Refer to First National and Boise City National banks, Boise. UivUUUlS K. ATYVATiSK, Meridian, Idaho. J. E, SCHOOLER'S AGENCY. Boise, Idaho. Kansas. $ GET A HOME In tho Pecos Valley. where there aro no cyclones, floods or blizzards. Address Countryman Land and Immigration Co., Plillllpsburg, Kan. Montana. SIXTY THOUSAND acres Carey land open to entry at Valler. Mont.: fifteen I annual payments; section famous for i grain, grasses, vegetables, well adapted aiversuiea larming. J. or particulars write Valier Farm Bales Co., Box 2. Valisr, Mont. ' Nebraska. FOR SALE 15-acre farm adjoining Cushlng, Nob.; good Improvements; 7 room house, 3 chicken houses, barn, good well; small fruit bearing. Address A. A. Kimball, Cushlng, Neb. FREE 640-acre homestead, For com plete map of land opened to entry Oct 1. 1913, send J2 to A. J. Van Antwerp, County Surveyor. Broken Bow. Neb. Voath Dakota. FOR SALE A very well Improved farm of 320 acres located within 25 miles of the state fair city, Huron, Beadle county, S. D., at $30 per acre. Will also sell fifty head of live stock, hogs und poultry. The best bargain In South Da kota. Address M. M. Winter. Gary. Ind. Texas, FOR SALE. St. Joseph's Island, New Bockport, Tex., 32,000 acres at distress prices, a great bargain, no trading. W. H. GRAHAM, Solo Agent. Cuero, Tex. Washington. THE WALLA WALLA VALLEY. Washington, presents at the present time a 'most attractive field for the Investor and homeseeker. This section has never experienced a cyclone, hurricane, tornado or flood. A diversified district, where the small tract farmer does equally as well us the large grain grower. Write today for freo Illustrated literature de scribing fruit growing, gardening, dairy ing and hog raising. The Commercial Club, Walla Walla, Wash. LIVE STOCK MARKET OK WEST Ship live stock to South Omaha. Savs mileage and shrinkage. Your consign ments receive prompt and careful atten tion. Live Stock Commission Merchants. BYERS BROS. & Co. Strong, reliable. CLIFTON Com. Co.. 222 Exchange Bldg. MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. PROPOSALS FOR CLOTHING. OFFICE Depot Quartermaster, St Louis, Mo..' April 12, 1913. Sealed Proposals will be received here until 12 o'clock noon. May 1J, 1913, for furnishing and delivering at either Boston, New York, Philadelphia. Chicago or St. Louis depot of the Quarter master Corps, the following articles of clothing: Rubber Boots; Cords, hat and breast; Drawers; Gauntlets; Gloves; Laces, shoe and leggln; Icilns; Over shoes; Shoes, gymnasium; Stockings; Suspenders; Sweaters; Undershirts. In formation furnished upon application. D. S. Stanley Lieutenant Colonel Quarter master Corps. AJ4-l5-ts.i7mo.io yellow, 1 car, MViC. 14 tar. 52e. No. 3 yellow, 3 cars, Mc, 2 cars, MWc No. 3 mixcu, s oars, 5Sc. No. 4 mixed, 1 car. HVio. 1 car, MHc Omaha Cash Prices. WHEAT No. J hard, 84$S4He; No. 3 nam, kxumc; io. 4 nara, sowmc; rso. a spring, KktfMc: No. 4 spring, SxVeSoUc: No. 2 durum, S6S6Ho; No. 3 durum, !S6Hc. CORN No. 2 white. 5iic; No. 1 white, UHS4c; No. 4 white. 61VtfC3c: No. I yellow. 62(63Vic; No. 3 yellow. MV3o; No. 4 yellow, 51c; No. 2. Mo; No. 3, 52WIitj2c; No. 4. 14M4c. OATS-No. 2 white, 3033 Vic; standard, 2:ififl3c: No. 3 white. S2ic; No. 4 white, BARLEY Malting, 54tfC2c; No. 1 feed, 4145c. RYE-No. 2, 66i)C6Vio; No. 3, B5VMT66C Cnrlot Receipts. . Wheat.Corn.Oats. Chicago 24 67 147 Minneapolis 33S Duluth 17 u mall ft I, 45 16 30 ivansas city w m 28 St. Louis 45 70 2G Winnipeg 443 CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Fen turfs of the Trad In and Closing Prices nn Board of Trade, CHICAGO, April 14. Tho weather map broko the wheat market today c to H ?c. Corn declined Ho to c. oats had a net loss of He and provisions had a set back of 54J7Hc to 22Hc. Splendid weather for seeding was re ported from all quarters of the spring wheat country. From tho winter belt there was a repetition of tho glowing re ports as to crop conditions. The depres sion In prices which followed was helped along by statistics showing an increaso year, in the visible supply, and by advices "im iiirro wns a inning on in export de mand. The range of tho market was nar row. Coverlnir by shorts brought fair rally about midday, but It was brief. s Primary receipts of wheat wero 646.000 bushels, against SS4.000 last year. Sea board Pjnriltl, rtt n'l. nn ftm,- equalled 440,000 bushels. tuning Dy commission houses put corn down. Offerings were said to bo mod- .ml. tnw I,, . . t .. in July and September options. Tho good Yveather was also nn Influence against values. Oats weakened with othor grains, being also affected by the fine Yveather at rrescnt and predicted. goou demand for lard and scattered buying for thn short account caused early ....... .,, ... laiutin, "nilllK uy (JUUnCiB caused a considerable dip In values iwinim mo close. Closing options at Chicago Artlclol Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Sat'y! Wlie.it I I I May. OOeoi July. S9H4i Sent RSTiiMt 90T4S91I 91 iNSVil lH SMil SSH W,s !63HGVi uorn. Mat' fo-.ll5.lj. r. J,uly'.5GHiB'Vil 54H 6BH 66 B7V5C'ai5 iiH 67Vie,i UIVIB. I July. 34ViH July. felvItH Sent.) rucnU 3414 34 H 34 V. 34U Sl(i 33Ti 19 75 ' S4S, 34H 3IH 19 7H 20 12H 19 90 34K 34 M i-orK. I Mav. 19 97H 20 lfcft 20 02H 10 72H July. Sept 20 17M; 20 20 19 96 19 DO 19 70 19 'J-M TO S7H 20 90 19 72H Lard. May. July. 8c pt 10 97HI 11 00 10 Si 10 S7Hj 10 95 iu vnm 10 K54r 11 00 11 00 10 S7H 10 S7H lOOfi 10 P6 10 97H 11 00 U 05 1" 90 Ribs. May. July. Sept. U 3S 11 15 ii mi 11 20(3 11 ii 11 37H 11 !2td 11 30 11 15 11 17H 11 OOff 11 02H- ,7 't'nT- 11 05 10 83 10 97H 11 w I 1 02H 10 SS 10 9C T? Vn ' Mo 9 Ctn Tlnl.... irjni. Timothy, I2.7lkU3.60; clover, J15.OOigCl.00. Pork. Il!).7n. tar A tin miz 1IK. .tnnirf. 31. DO 1I71'4I BlITTER-Steady; creameries, 276340. ........ j , . v . v. ... . i, , vftoufl, a; mark, cases Included, lTUSWSc; ordinary ts 17M17Hc: firsts, 17(ff'18c. POTATOES Unchanged; receipts, 78 cars;...Mlchlan' 46i47c; Minnesota, 4SJT 47c; Wisconsin. 4048c. POULTRY Easier; dressed turkeys, nominal: llvn rhtrlrAnn 1711- llun ann. 17Hc "w ' Omaha Hay Market. 1 to choice upland, I1O.5OQ41.00; No. 2, choioo midland 110 rrVfMft fJV Nn " it rY 10.00; No. 3, J6.OO08.CO; No. 1 to choice lowland, J9.00igil0.00; No. 2, J7.0O9.OO; No. 3, J5.0O7.O0. Straw: Choice ryo or oats, cuttings, pea green, J12'.003'12.60; No. 1 to 11. BO: No. 2 nnv onftlnp- is nrvinn fwi. Mn. 3, $6.00(ff8.00. ' ' Liverpool Rraln Market. LIVERPOOL. Anril 14. WHRATSnnf steady; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s lOd; No. 3 Manitoba, 7s 8d; No. 3 Manitoba, 7a EHd. Futures easy; May, 7s 6d; July. 7s .Vid: October, 7s 3d. CORN Spot steady; American mixed. new, 4s HUd; kiln-dried, 5s 2d; American mixed, old, 6s; via Galveston, Es SV4d. Futures, steady: Mai'. American mixed. 5s Id; July I .a Plata, 5s ITid. i'-l.uuii Yvinier patents, Kts 60. HOPS In London, Pacific const. 4 10s i 10s. Kansnn City (Irnln anil Provisions. ICANSAS CITY. April 14. WHEAT Cash: No. 2 hard, SG&S9c; No. 3, 85(S7ci No. 2 red. J1.011.0G; No. 2, 91cS?J1.03. . CORN-No. 3. Cli54V4o: No. 2 white. tEHc.; No. 3, B3c. tJATS No. :i while, imuasic: No. 2 mixed. 34?ifiS5c. ItYK S7HC HAY-Cholco timothy, J12.7513.0O. Closing prices: WHEAT May. Slftc: July. R3Hc. CORN May, 63Hc July, 54Jc. OATS May, 34c; July. SIHfiSlJ.c. BUTTER-Creamcry. 32c: firsts. SOc: second, 20c; packing, 23Hc. EGGS Firsts. 18c; seconds, 13c. POULTRY Hens, HHc; roosters. 10c; ducks 15c. Receipts. Shipments. Wheat, bu 60.000 66,000 Corn, bu 61,000 4,000 Oats, bu 23.000 14,000 St. Louis General Market. ST. LOUIS. April 14. WHEAT, Cash No. 2, J1.0731.0S; No. 2 hard, 9191Hc CORN No. 2, SOHtjCOc; No. 2 Yvhlte. 60H ac2c. v OATS-No. 2. 35o ; No. 2 white, SSVic. RYE Unchanged, 60c. POITLTUY Market steady; chickens, 19c; springs, 18c; turkeys, 20c; ducks, 16c; geese, 9c. BUTTER Market firm; creamery. 30 (834c. EGGS-Lowor, 16',ic. Closing prices were as follows: WHEAT May, DOJiejOOHc; July, 87W.C, CORN-May, 55H,BWic; July, 65Hc OATS May, 33ic; July, 32Vtc, - - - Minneapolis Grain Market. MINNEAPOLIS, April 14. WHEAT May, July. $Sc; September, 88H SSc. Cash, No. I hard, 87c; No. 1 northern, 86H87ftc; No. 2 northern, 84jf S5HcH No, 2 hard Montana, 87 Vic; No. 3 wheat, S1H&83C. CORN No. 3 yellow, 62H8S3HC OATB No. 3 white, 31H31V4c. RYE No. 2, 66S8Hc HRAN-J15.0O16.00. FLOUR First atents. J4.20S4.E5; sec ond patents, J4.OS04.4O; first clears, J3.0O3 3.30; second clears, J2.60&C.70. FLAX-J1.26. BARLEY 41Q67C. Cotton Market. NEW YORK. April 14.-COTTON-8pot closed quiet: middling uplands, 12.40c; middling gulf, 12.6Gc; sales, 200 bales. Closed steady nt a net loss of 18 points on April and of lto 6 points on other months. LIVERPOOL, April 14.-COTTON-Spot, quiet; middling fair. 7.43d; good middling, 7.09d; middling, 6.87d; low middling, 8.71d; good ordinary. 6.37d; ordinary, 6.03: sales, 6,000 bales. NEW ORLEANS. April 14.-COTTON Quiet; l-16c oft; middling, 12 7-16& Sales, 113 bales. ST. LOUia April It COTTON-Steady; middling. 12Hc; no sales; receipts, 348 bales; shipments, S53 bales; stock, Zl.iiH bales, St. Joseph Live Ntock Jllnrket. 8T. JOSEPH, April 1 4. CATTLE Re ceipts. 2.600 head; market steady; steers. J7.2&4U8.85; rows and heifers, J4.i54j6.25; calves. J5.50C9.00. HOGS Receipts. 1.600 head, market steady; top, JO 20: bulk. J9.O0S9.1u, SHEEP AND LAMBS- Receipts. 8,000 head; market slow, lambs, J7 609.00. OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET Beef Steers Around Ten Lower Cows and Feeders Steady. HOGS STEADY TO TEN OFF Sheen Very Ilnll and Ten to Flf. teen Cents Ltiurr Lniulm Are SIoyt and a Little Easier Than Last Week. SOUTH OMAHA, April 14, 1913. Receipts Yvere; aCttlo. Hogs. Sheep. Kstlniato Monday .... 4,700 6.000 15,000 came uay last weok... 4,719 Same day 2 w'ks. ago. 3.262 Same day 3 wesks ago. 4,0f3 Same day 4 weeks ago, 1,883 Same Any last year... 6903 4,316 7.3SI 4,707 2.S43 16,71 13,008 9,221 8,064 I.SS3 6,973 The following tnbln shows thn mei'ltitH of cattle, hogs and sheop at South Om.iha for the year to date, compared with list Veiir. 1913. 113. Inc. Hco. Cattlo 26J.907 278,513 14,600 Hogs S56.659 1,088.012 Jil,453 Kheep 656,185 050,304 6,881 The following table shows the rango of prices for hogs at South Omaha for tho last feYv days Yvlth comparisons: Dato, 1913. 11912.11911. 11910.11909. 1190S (1I07. April April April April April April April April April April April April April April 8 84H 7 7S 7 7, 7 79 5 37110 601 6 751 6 701 6 4S 6 45 6 47 6 4.t 6 41 6 46 6 36 6 32 6 39 6 45 S3 10 61 6 2S 6 20110 601 6 76; 6 79 8 76 1 6 67 8 76 7 CI 6 14 S 7SH 7 66 6 2310 60 6 7 m 8 79V4 8 85 8 84i 8 81Vi 8 91 I 7 65 7 61 7 61 7 65 7 48 6 Zl 10 S3 6 88 5 70 6 IS 10 15 6 90 6 90 6 82 5 74 5 74 6 68 6 12! 10 16 10 16 6 93 6 96 E tH 6 S3 10 03 5 7 R5 6 851 9 79 79 1 6 I 7 65 651 C 921 law) 9 69! 011 5 64 6 15 S S3?! 9 651 6 90 5 &5 Sunday. Receipts and disposition or live stock at the Union Stock yards. South Omaha, Neb., for twenty-four hours ending at o'clo'ck yesterday: RECEIPTS CARS. Cattle. Hogs. Sheop. H'r . C, M. & St. P. R. 3 I Mo. Puulflc Ry 1 Union Pacific Ry... 51 16 24 4 C. & N.-W-, east.. 5 2 4 C. &. N.-W.. west.. 55 29 6 9 C, St. P.. M. & O.. 26 7 C, B. & Q east.... 3 C U. & Q., west.... 42 17 26 3 C, R- 1. & P.. east: 14 1 2 1 C, R. 1 A P.. west 4 6 Illinois Central 5 1 .. C. G. W. lty 4 I Total receipts 212 76 62 23 DISPOSITION HEAD. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Morris &. Co 62 biW Swift & Co 912 1,307 2.6i7 2,729 1,7X1 Cudaliy Packing Co.. ..1,000 Armour & Co 835 1,199 l.OSl Schwartz & Co 7J0 J. W. Murphy 1,092 Morrell 12 S. O. Pucklng Co 16 Lincoln Pucklng So.... 46 Cudaliy. from S. City 420 W. B. Vansant Co 118 ..... Benton, Vansant & L, , 1M Hill & Son 1& F. B. Lewis 147 Huston & Co n... 76 J. B. Root & Co.. S J. 11. Bulla 44 MoCreary & Kollogg... 45 Werthulmcr & Degon..l33 Sullivan Bros. 29 Rothschild & Krcbs.... 29 Mo. &. Kan. Calf Co... 20 Cllne & ChrisUo 97 Other buyers 400 1.310 Totals. . . 0212 9,61 CATTLE Cattle receipts wero qulto Uheral thlB morning, 191 cars being ro ported In, making about the same run as Monday of last weok, but slightly smaller than a yoar ago. The market on beef Btccrs yy-bs very slow and raggy from start to finish. In the first place advices from Chicago in dicated a break at that point of about 10S15c, which naturally mado buyers anxious at this point to take off tully aB much. In the second place this Yvas the first really Yvarm day of spring und tho cattle put on a much better fill ud a general thing than thoy have been doing of late. As a result buyers started out bidding 1626o lower than last week. Bellers were unwilling to take off, but In the end wero forced to make conccs lnnn thn hntir nf thn cuttle selling right around 10c lower than last week's close, Cows and heifers wero in moderate aup ply and the demand was good, with tho result that cattlo of that description gen erally commanded prices llttlo or no dlf tetent than last week, the market as a general thing being quoted steady. Thero was a very liberal sprinkling of stockers and feeders, but the domand, as usual at tho beginning of tho week, was fully steady and In some cases prccB wero Btronger as compared with lost week's close, .. . . . Quotations on came uoou io beef steers. J8.2038.75; fair to good beef ovmi !vi- rnmmon to fair beet steew. J7.4W.90; good to choice heifers. S7 26Q.20; good to choice cows, IWVSfl.W, fair to good grades, J5.85S6.60; common to fair grades, J1.00Q6.85; good to choice stockfr. and feeders. J7.6O08.23 M to good stockers and feeders. 80.75(37.-0, common to fair "tockers and feeders J6 254i6.75: stock coyvs nnd heifers, J6.00W 700; veal calves, J7.004l1t.60; bull.,. Btugs, etc.. J6.0OtP7.25. . HOGS-A fair sited un snowed up to day, about eighty-eight cars of 6,000 head being awarded. This Is about 1.700 head larcer than a week ago, but almost 1,000 smaller than tho same day last year. Shippers and speculators started out this morning and picked up several loodB of good light and butcher weight stuff at prices that were Just about thu same as those paid Saturday. Packers, how ever, were very indifferent from tho out set and for quite a while refused tp even make offers on any kind of stuff and finally when they did start bidding tho figures they proposed were 6810o lower than at tho close of last week. As sales men had gone to the yards with the Idea that Y'alues ought at leaU to ba steady this proposed decline brought up a storm of protest, Buyers, however, showed no inclination to raise their early figures and as sellers refused to cash their hold ings on this basis the market came to a standstill as soon as speculators and shippers had filled their orders. While the outside buyers remained In the yards all morning they were very light buyers after the first rounds and 11 o'clock found about two-thirds of tho offerings still In first hands. A little later salesmen began to rea lize that packers wero not very anxious to buy boga and that If the BUpply whs to bo sold It would bo at tho buyers' figures, so that when thn bulk of the hogs began to move it was at a 6l0u decline. Tho movement Yvas slow all the way through, and at mid-day thero were still several loads of heavy and mixed hogs unsold. The majority of the early sales was made at W.W(j.9.00 with a top of J9.06, while the bulk of the packers' purchases landed at a spread of J8.sya8.90. Tho fact that thero wero more heavy and mixed loads on sale today than there wero Sat urday cheapens the average a little, so tnat on tne wnoio me average is jusi about a nickel below the close of last week. The bulk of all the sales could be quoted at JS.85ij8.SG, with the long strings at J8.85 and J8.90. SHEEP The week opened out with tlia market liberally supplied and uulto nat urally the packers tried to place some check on the rising tendency (if prices. Trade was slow from the outset, with buyors bidding- 10Q 16o lower on lambs and Sf5c lower on aged sheep. The aelllng side of the trade was not In sym pathy with any decline, consequently held out for better treatment. Some llttlo time elapsed before any business of consequence was transacted, and Yvhat sheep ajid lambs changed hands then were on a busts steady to easier on lambs and 1016c lower on aged sheep. Slowness featured tho general trade all the morning, and a complete clearance was not effected until a later hour than usual. During the first hours of the forenoon some Mexican lambs were good enough to bring J6.60. Fed western lambs sold up to J8.C5, being practically steady with the close of last week. Th lamb re ceipts Included a fairly large sprinkling of shorn offerings, among which were some 84-pound clipped lambs that wont to the packers at J7.78. Three cars ot clipped yearlings changed hands at $7. and a bunch of clipped yearling ewes brought J4.90. Very feYv wooled ewes or wethers were picked up during the open ing rounds, ond among what were sold then was a sale of fed western ewes nt J8.90, as compared with a top of J7 at the end of last week. Borne 61 cars, or 15,000 head. ronstltutM today's receipt, as against 16,791 head a YY-ee kago, 13,00$ tYvo Yvreks ago and 4.883 year ago Quality ot the offerings compared Yer favorably Yvlth that on most days last Yuek. Quotations on sheep nd lambs: Good to good western lamb. Jt.lMJSM; feeder to good Mexican lamb". J8.5o.fl5: good to choice Yvestern lambs, JS.(IS.05; fair to good Yvestern lambs. J.lMf8.S5; feeder lambs, J7.7MI8..1&; yearlings, light. J7.7W 8.00; yearlings, hciv. i;.flo7.75: weth ers, good to choice. J7.004J7.90; wethers, fair to good. !6.75f7 00: nwns. cnod to choice, Jfi.dMJKi.PO: eYves, f.ilr to good. J6.40 wv.nvi, vuiis nno uuckn. o.HKu'l..jy. ninc.uso uvii sTticic maiikkt Karl)- Advance In Horn J,ot- t'attle Steady Pliccp LoiVcr. CHICAGO. , April 14. -CATTLE Re ceipts. 29.0W head; market steady to 10 16o lower, beeY-es, J73f4it 10; Texas steers, JS.SOP7.P0, western, J7.00KS.15; stockers and frr-ders, J6.Uf)8.S; cows and helfors, JJ.90 68.35, calves, J8.7C4jl.00. HOGS-Receipts. 37.000 head; market lose early 6o mlvnn; hulk of sates. JS.15 j0.30; light J9.0&CO.33; mixed. 18.954)9.35; henY-v. tS.TBfifl.M: rnile-h. 14 SftfM m- nlrr j7.00flP.2r. SHEEP AND IAM US-Receipts. 20,000 head: market steady to 15o lower; natlY'e, t:.?frfV?4l: vvjatrr, tri T.W? JA- em lambs, J7.OAfl9.3k Knnnnn City Live Stock Market, KANSAS CITY. April 14.-CATTLE- nccdiHs. j,u neao; market steady, dressed beef and export steers, JS.fikflS.75: full- In itnArt t-7 rA?t ... 1 .. . ' Ji-JftflS-RO. stockera and feeders, J.75ff S.M; soitthorn steers, J7OW.00; snutlurn cows, J4.40fi.10; native cows and nelfers, J4.25fiS.O0: hull, tznvnrsi- ni,.n- lai-.k.-r 9.W. HOGS Receipts, 9.(O0 head; market steady to 5c higher; bulk, J8.90fl9.15; lianin 4C In'.A Art . -L, - - s -1 . IXX09.X: llsht, J8.951fy.23H; pigs, J7.754f SI1EBP AND LAMBS Receipts, 14,000 head; market steady ;lnmt)., weak; Colo- niutt lamni,, i.(nKxi0.n,ii yeivruiiKS, fi.wa 7.60; Yvethrrs, J5.DOiS7.23: oyvcs, J.V0O7.6O. NKW YORK CJKMCUAI, MARKET Qnolatlnns of the nay nn Varlnna Commodities. NEW YORK. April 14.-FLOUR-Mor-kct steady, moderate trade; spring pat ents. Jl. 40.60; YVlnter straights, J4.40g 4.60; Yvlntcr patents. JI.701jC.10 spring clears, J4.0On4.20; extra No. 1 winter. J3.80 tMFUO; extni No. 2 winter, J3.70i3.80; Knnsa( straights, 14.000-1.20. Rye flour, intuitu t quiet; fair to good, J3.60tr3.80; cholca to fancy, J3.86f2f3.!6. COItNMEAl-Mnrket quiet; fine whlta nnd yellow, Jl.;Kiii,35; coarso, J.lStg'l.SO; kiln dried. J1.O0147. RYE Market steady; No. 2 western, 67c, o. I. f.. Buffalo. BARLEY Market ulct: malting, 6k30c, c. I. f., Buffalo, opening navigation; feeding, 64 Vic. o. I, f.. Now York. WHEAT SjMit market steady; No. 2 red, J1.12V4. elevator and J1.14. f. o. b afloat, nominal; No. 1 northern Duluth. J1.02U, f. o. b., nbloat. Futures geunrolly Yveuk and lower on the fine weather and crop nrosiM'ClH through tho west: May. 9SVc; July, 97c; September, fftWc Bonded Yvnrat; aiay and July, jl.oo'i. HOPS Market quiet; state common to choice, 1912, 16ll'23c; 1911, 9jjM4o; Pacific coust. 1912. lOyiOu; 1911, 11016c. HIDES Market steady; Bogota, 2S4QI 29Hc; Centrnl America, 280. PETROLEUM Market steady; rcflnod, New York, bbls., JS.&0; bulk, 8.80; cases, J10.80. CORN Spot market firm; export, 62c, nominal, f. o. b., afloat. OATS Spot markot easy; standard white. 40ViC; No. 3. 39e39Ho; No, 4, 38 3SHo; natural YY-hlte, 3S40V4c; white clip ped, 3Sdi'41c. HAY Market firm; No. 2. 90895c; No. 3, 76 85c LEATHER Market firm; Hemlock firsts, 2Sifl29c; seconds, 27ffCSc. PROVISIONS-Pork. market steady; mess. J21.76-Tr22.50; family. J23.6026.00; short clear. J21.00(fC2.60. Beef, firm; mess, J19.00fl'20.00; family, J23.001f24.00. Cut moats, steady; pickled hams, J15.0015.26: plokled lelllcs, 10 tn 14 pounds, J14.0OS15.25. Lard, easy; middle west JU.06W1.16; refined, Hteady; continent JU.SO; South America. J12.35; compound. J8.aW8.37H. Tallow, flrmi city, 0Vc; country, 5fltHc; special, 7 3-160, Cotton seed oil, steady; prime summer yelloYV, spot, J6.85fl.98; May, J6.89; July, J6.90; September. J7.01. BUTTER Firm; rccelptB, 654 tubs; crt-amory, extras. SSVio; firsts, 34Vfrn35c; process oxtras, 29V4l3014c; firsts, 28if29c; Imitation creamery firsts, 28i29c; factory current make, firsts, 25VV&26c; packing stock, current mnko No. 2, 24c; No. 3, 20 yao. CHEESE Irregular; receipts, 694 boxes: stato wholo milk, colored special, 17fl17Uo; stato Yvholo milk. Yvhlto spoclals, W,i 16c; sklmB. 11C13C. 1SUUU- YVOaK; rCCCIIUS, i,m vnaon; frosh gathered extras, 21c; fresh gathered Htnraira mcked firsts. l9Ktf20l4a: l'annsyl- Y-anla and nearby hennery whites, good to large sue, now laid. zwa--c, western gathered whites, 2021o. POULTRY wressna, stcaay; iresn killed western fowls, 16MrlSMio; frozen turkeys, 15QC5C. Sioux City Live Stock Market. RlOtrX CITY. Anril 14. CATTLE Re- col ntH. 2.000 head: market steady: natlvo Hirers, J7.50fi8.35; cows and heifers, J5.754JI 8.00; canners. J3.2T4I6.00; stockers and feeders, J7.00r7,H31 calves, J'i.iMttV.w; ouiib, J6.WH,26. . r: HOUo Ueceipis, iwi ncnu; marnni., ou hli?hir. lieuvv. 88.86(38.90: mixed. J8.85 8.9G: light, J8.8O39.00; pigs, J7.2&&7.75; bulk, SHEEP AMU llMUD-IM)tcluul, head; market, steady; wethers, J5.7i.50; ewes, J5.00a.25; lambs, J7.6OQS.60. Loudon Stock Market. LONDON, April 14, American securities day. A fair amount of buying orders .. , .1,, tlttt flcut ltrillr u rifl lrlnnn IllilJtlUI r U'.l.lllk Ml" .. ... . continued to advance under tho lead of Canadian l'aeuic. ai noon vwuon in from '. 10 J7i nisner iiib.ii ranuiuoj a Noyv York closing. London closing biock quotations; Conoli. money . .. 1IULoulIM Nh, 11 do rcount 't Mo Ktn, Ti I7H Aml. Copinr M14Nw York I'entril 104V4 Xtchlion tOSHKorfolk Wntern.lMH ...... P. nhlft 1A nntmrtn Jtt Vmtmm Silt llBllimurv ot . - . . . ... CamilUn Psclllii JHHl'nnirlTil UU CTieMPf Ohio. 70ill4ln . I! Cht. Ort Wruterii IS gouthrn Itr .. !7H Chi. Mil. A BY. I'.IHW Southern Ptcltle 101 Eri. H'iU B. BtMl ui do lit pti 41 Wibiih 4 Orind Trunk MttDa rs X1U Illinois rntnl ..lXJVilUnd Mln ... .... 7 BlLVKll liar, quiei hv l-ol I'er ounce. MONEY-J3Vi Per cent. v.n.n.iiMm iArr,lj(2 HVirtrt tillta per cent; three months' bills, 4 per cent. .11 fill juaruri. NEW YORK. April 14 METALB-Cop- .:. .1 n,l liilv lIKOil 4115.50: electrolytic. J15.62'A; lake, J15.75; castings, J15.37V4. Tin: Strong; spot, J49.90 Tioo.30; Apni, i.ivgi.ii ru.our 261 J line, MJ-wlCWiW. ixum . nimuj in Ml bill. Boolter: Quiet at J5.70il5.KG. Antimony: Nominal; Cookson's, J9.00. Iron: Barely steady; No. 1 northern, J17-75 018.X; No. 2 northern, J17.25&17.75; No. 1 southern, Jl7.7&tfl8.25, No. 1 southern, soft. J17.7&S 18.25. ' ST. IX3UI8. April 14. METALS Ie ad: Firm at J4.22&. Spelter: Weak at J5.62VMi e. .0171. fit. I,o ul Live Stock Market. HT I.OUIS. Anrll 1 4. CATTLB Re- celpts, 2,400 head; nuirket stealy to lOo lower; choice to fine steers, 38.SO39.00; good to choice steers, $7.88.i0; stockers and feeders, t6.26fl9.00: coyvs and heifers. IG.60c88.76; bulls, li!CJff7.K); calves, i6.m 10,01); southern utoers, $C.2oS W; cows unl heifers. Il.OOcJJf.OO. HOOrVTYec1!'18' '7tl0 head; market steady, HOc to 10c lower, pigs und light. J7.OftgO.40; mixed and butchers, I9.3OQ9.40; good heavy. $9.00fl9.30. KHBBP AND LA M HS Receipts, 2.600 head; market 10n to 35c lower: muttons, i3.0On7,60; yearlings, J7O08.76; lambs. i7.ooao.oo. Mllttnnkee drain Mnrket. MI LWA UK K B. Anrll 14.-WHBAT-No. 1 northern, SJfiMc; No. 2 northern, Vd &0V4c; No. t hard winter. OlfttCa; Muy, i84c: July. &8H0. CORN No. 3 yellow. MVifj65o. No. 3 white, MC7c; No. 3, Etc; May, M4o; July, BSVtc OATH-C. RYB-4H0. llAULKY-oKWRo. Dry tioods .llarkrl. NEW YORK. April 14.-DRY OOODB- The cotton go,ods market ruled fairly steady. In men's wear lines trades is quiet Yarns are unchanged. Raw silk has been morractlvo. Key to the Situation Ree Advertising, si NEW YORK STOCK MARKET Offerings Taken at Concessions, Preventing Bad Break. PETROLEUM ESPECIALLY WEAK Monti Market Is Heavy, OtTlnir to Readjustment Canard hy the Many Recent Xrrr ' Issues, ,.n.. -OUK' A,,r" " -The dcmiml for ii Rr,a.t ,nt'Rh to absorb offer- tJtii; oncoasloii and prevent a sub ?vn. rrnk '." ll,.B ""r"Ot. tt there ia. WwmIvo buying nnd tindlng mm, ii vvhe. tho market opened at n ,'"IK having been delayed two hours on account of tho fuuurai of a'nrt iJii.,,r.f!",.,'r.lc'' "banges wero small and Irregular. A heavy tone developed In ;V?.?!.,y tractlons desptto tentative Ji'oS lt.ia KrnJu?lly "liadeil off as the na) advanced. Pressure was effective SJ.T.?.k0 P'!10' B" of whlc' were forvt-d r.2S.n-BiPSln: ?r. moro; nluI R few f the r-.which recently have it-Tll w'k Thfl m,lk of the standard stocks, hoYvever, Yvero not greatly .if- lowcs. n ",,8lRlncll n'y fractional Tho petroleum stocks Yvere ecpeclally weak, lallfornlo, roinnion nnd preferred, and Mexican falling 2 points or mora to now low figures. Rumely also toiich"d a new low price, dropping a point to 31. niscr mlnatlons by banks against cer tain Industrial stocks us collateral was said to bo partly responsible for weak nm? .thls Hiarter of tho list. The cables reported that European mar knts were more cheerful and Americans advanced In London before tho opvnlng here, but little business was don.i hero for foreign account, perhnps on account of tho lateness of tho opening. Thero was more buying of Canadian Pacific for (innnany, YYhlch made It strong in con trast Yvlth the general Hat. Tho bond market Yvas heavy with fur ther selling of the old established iwmcs, owing to the readjustment mado teccs yary by tho Issuance of now Issues ut high 1?1SP.J& rf.,!a Totnl Bnlt'' Pr vill'p. J1.3SO.000. Panama 8s, coupon, advanced 14 on call. Number of sales nnd loading quotations on stocks were as follows: Hlh. Ixtw. Cloic. AnulninitM Coppfr .... ,M0 II T, 7j Atrrlcn Atrlculturil (3 Amtrlflin Urt Sucw ioo 14 SHi 13 American Cin 1,(K) SVi H Ui Amfrlrin t"u rM too tT P M'l Amtrlran P K . ( ' Amerlcin Cotton Oil JOO (7H 47 17 u Am. BocurlUen M0 :S ttti An.rtrn IJnMfd s, loi, Amrlcn Ixicomotlrn ... tM l7Vi 17 34 Atnrln S. A R 100 71V IlU 71 Am. R. A It ptd JOO 104H 10ti 10414 Am. Huitr Itednlnf Amtrlcui T. A T ..... 1S1H Annrlctn Totucco 40) JSJS !N Hi Aniconda Mlnln Co 000 tt isvfc 2SV4 Alcliltan 700 101 i 103H 101 Atchlton vti I00H Alltntlo On it I.ln Ill Ilaltlmore A. (Milo 900 i MV4 tJH PtthUhtm !! SiH llrooklyn lUpId Tr 1,00 li tl t0i Ctnadlui l'leKlo 1,100 Jllli lllli :1H lntril Wlher 400 UVi U S6V4 Cheuprak & Ohio (.100 48 . U tt; rhtMro O YV II Chlonro. M. IH. I 4M 1I0U lOOTk 1MU Chlcito A M. W 100 111 U 111 roiondo f. a i iro 31 si ti ConiotliUUd Ou 100 111 UIH lllli Corn Product! to) ll'i Wi 10i Daliwir A lludron 100 1UTU. 1MVI IH IVntor Itln Unnda.... 100 HH lHi 11 Danrtr & It a. r(d ltV4 Dlitiltrri' ScurltU SOD H'i 1 11 8,100 10S , nil (; RtU liit ptd 100 47 4t 41 Krle M ptd 100 3H 3IH 3V4 atnertl Bltwtrlo 140H (IrMt KYrttirrn pfd m 1WU 117V 11714 Ornt Northern Or elfn. 700 JlVt UMi Illinois Central 111H Intfrborouih Met 100 17V4 17W 17 Inter. Met. ptd 1,000 UH ( t74i Intrrnttlonil Ilirrnter 104U InlT-Mrln ptd , 1H Intemttlontl IHpir ti Inttrnitlontl rump 100 US 11H 10 Kiiiui City Buuth.rn.... 100 ISVl 13 U Wl tMCleda Ou 100, Lthtih Villiy ,I00 Ito 1(H.4 159V4 IulaTlIU A NtihTlll.. (00 11IY4 11314 113 M., 8t. P. A B. Bto. M 134 MUtmirl, K. & T 100 ll4 M 1 Mliwurl ruino too 3SY4 31 37Y4 Nlitlonil BIMilt H Ntlohl L 100 M 0 4U N It. H. of M. 14 Pfd.. 700 26Y4 15 I4't Now Tork Ontrtl tSOO 10 Y4 103Y4 101 S N. Y.. O, A YV, 1VI Korfolk A H'tiltni 300 104H 1M14 1MH Mirth Amririn 73 Northern racMe 300 lltU 11(14 1"U racttlo Mall H r.nmlfanla 14.100 116 11IU 114U ropla 0 i H P.. C., C. & St. L 100 Ht4 !4 MH lltUbursh Coal S'.i PrnMl BYeal Car IMIlman I'alaco Car 100 UO'4 1MU, ISO IlHdlns .00 1S ! 144T4 napuWId I. A 8 100 K4 HS M lltpublli I, A 8. pfd 100 I5H 4 H14 IlncK iiiana uo ia, .. .t i nock Iiland Co. pfd 00 I8U 17H Xl RL U A 8. V. 3d Ptd... 100 31 it SS etiboint Air Lino It K.ahoard A. I-. pfd 41W SloM-Bhetflald H. A I Routmrn pacirio " im i"i ioi Boulharn ttallwar 300 My; MS t Kn. TUIlwar Pfd 100 7U 7Hi 7 Tnuliiw Olppar 100 33 It 3t Taiea A racltlf H Union nclflo 11.100 1I4H 1M4 HUH trnlon IHflflo pfd 100 tl It I4H United BUtta TUaltr UnlUd Btataa Ilubbor.... 400 44 tV4 II United Btttai BtMl 1. 000 1314 UK l!U ir. fl. BtMt pfd 10614 Utah Cnppor 1,C00 I4U (4 131, Va -Carolina. Chemical 3IU Wihaih 3H Pasteurine The Cleansing. Healing, Refreshing Antiseptic To roach for tho bottle of PASTEURINE really gets to bo a habit, bo often do you aotually need it every day regularly and in emergency. PASTEURINE is so usoful, holpful and pleasing that the wholo family iiKe 10 use 11 ana come to depend on it. Most Used Because Most Useful Ab a mouth wash, throat wash, and nasal doucho PASTEURINE is tho delight of the daily toilet. Cleanses and cools mouth and throat. Clears tho hoad, purifies tho breath and per fectly preserves tho teeth. As healing antiseptic PASTEURINE is the very best application for Boro throat, hoarse ness, cuts, wounds, skin aflectionB, etc. Allays inflammation. Prevents and destroys germ infection. PASTEURINE helps Nature heal. It protects. lOc, 25c, $1.00. At Drug Stores. If your druggist does not have Pasteurino send us lOo for large trial bottle and literature. Jno. T. MiUiken & Co., St Louis, U.S.A. YY'ahaah ptd a YY'Miem Mirvlind soo 41U 41'4 41 YYontrm tnltm It YVMtlnihouw Hlrctrle . ) I4i 14 Whellnt A L K Total sain for the da. lM.tOO ihirei. Vetr York finite)- Alnrkct. NEW YORK. April 14.-MONEY-On call steady, W3W ier cent ruling rate, JUo; closing bid. 3; offered nt 3M. TIME IyOANH-Steady; sixty and ninety fttcudy. 3t33V4 lor crnt; ruling rate, 3ViC PRIME MERCANTILE PAPHR-4HMH per cent. STEULINO EXCHANGE-Steady, Yvlth actual business In bankers' bills at 14. 81 for sixty-day bills and at U.M60 for de mand; commercial bills, $4.S2;. 8lLVER-13ar. W0i Mexican dollars, 4Sc. IIONDS-Oovemmcnt, firm: railroad, heavy. Closing quotations on bonds today wor n follows: I). 8 ret Ja, re. 10014 K. C. fSo. nt. la. , tt4 do coupon IOOiIj. 8.' deb. 4a, 1131 tOYi V 8. J. m. . 103iL. A N. unl. 4a. MH do coupon . .. I01WM. k. A T..lt 4a, MH V. 8. 4, re i ... ,U34 "do g-m. 44a... , II do coupon lUHMo, Pacltlo 4a. H I'anima 3s coupon. .1014, do eonv. fa .... UH A.-C. lt ( ct(a.... S4H P. It ol M 4H U Amor. Ait H .... 77,V Y. a t. IHi.-.. 1314 A. T. A T cv 4t. 108 do deb. 4a 13 Am. Tobacco I?. . . 1 X. Y: N". II, A It. Armour A Co. (Ha Mtt t. Hit ., .... . M14 'Atchlaon sen. 4 t'iN A YV. lit e la. 4 do cr 4a, 1M0 ... 101 do v. 4a 10144 do cr. la lOlHNo. Faclflo 4s. ... 314 A. C L. lit ta .... U "do ti tlY4 Pal A Ohio 4.. J4HO. 8. t rfd. la.,,. MH do 3Ha tOHTeim. ct. 3Ha ltll,. 13H llmok. Tr. c. 4a... toy. do con. 4a 100 Cin. of Oa. la . 10SH tleadlns jn, 4a. tt Can Iniatber la. .. MU S U A 8. F If. 4i 74V tiea. A Ohio 4(a. . I7i do tan. ta.. .. 7i do eont. 4Ha.. .. t9Uat l. ?. YV. c. 4i. 71 Chtfiio A A. 3Hi.. M 8. A. la. idj. tl. ..73 0. II. A Q. J. is.. . WH8o, Pc. col. 4i. to do sen. H do cr. it It C M A 8 P ot 44a 102, do lit ref. 4a. . tOH C R I A 1. c 4a. MH'So. lUllwiy 61... .104H do rfn. 4a IIS, do en. i 7i 0. A 8. r A 4Hi. tlJ Union racttlo 41.... M 1) A H cr. a. . M do r. 4s MU I). A R 11. ret. la . to do lit A ret. 4i. . ItVi nUUUera' ta ta V. 8. HUbber la....t03H Urla p. I. 4a II v. S Bteel Sd la. ..10OS Mo nn. 4a 7J Va-.Car. Chem. (a,, tti, do c. 4i, ier. II. 71 Wabaah lat A ax, 4a It "til. Crn. let r. 4l. OIH Western Md. 4 II Inter. Mat 4H 71 S Went. Elee. T. It. MYi Inter. M. M, 4H... 41 Win. Central 4a, ... to Japan IHi IIU Illd. "Offered. Lnenl Securities. Quolillona furnlahed by Duma. Drinitr & Co., lit Omaha National bank building: Bid. Aiked. Armour A Co, 44a, ltll M tOH lieatrloe Croaraery Co. pfd 13 IS Cltr T. A 8. 1). 7 p. e. ptd. Omahl 100 Ollcajcn Rr. lat ta, 1517 tt S(j Council niuffa O. A K. la. 1931 tt M Douilaa Cti., Neb.. 4Ha, 1111 101K 10114 Ilea Molnea Co., la., Pralnaia It,.,. IA4 100 Deere A Co. 7 per cent pfd ,,, I7H tilt Fairmont Creamery pfd ttH . Palrmont Creamer f. I par cant.... MH 100H llonaton. Tel., 4. U13 101 101. Kanaaa Cltr, Mn., 7 per cent tax bill! UH 100 King Countr. YY'aah., la. 1131 101 . 103.71 ci Anitlea Itr. fa. 100 M I Montreal Tram war (a. ltlt H It Mountain Blttn T, A T 101 1M MlllaM, Neb., la, Water. Hit tt 100 Omaha. H. U A P. la, IMS to 13 Oinilia (laa la, ltll 100 1014 Cltr ot Omaha 44a, 1133 100?; 101VI Omahl A C. 11, Bt. Itr. la. ltll IS Omaha A C II. St. Ilr. Ptd 33H M Omaha A C. P. nr. A P. pM UH tti Omahl A C. 11. BY. nr. com II It Union Btrwk Yirda aloc.k Omahl t t U. 8. Nat. Pink stock, Omaha ttl MT4 Updike Oraln Ca Vom , 105 Sioux City Block Yirda ptd 17 II Cltr of South Omaha IUe, 1133-11.... 1044 1M4 Bait Lake School a, 1110 t(i MH noatoit Mtnlnjr Stock. ROaTON, April 14.-Closing quotatJons on mining stocks were na follows: Allouai MHMohiwk , 13 Ami!. Copper 7IHNeradl Con 174 A. Z. U. A 8 tl Nlplaalna; Mlnei , , i Arlioni Com SUKorth nulla ,. 10 II. A C r. A H. M. Mirth Uk 14 Cal. A Arltnni...... IIHOld Domlnlcm ...... 4IH Cil. A llocli 40 Oiceols tl Centannlil HHQiftacr 1 " C?opper Hani C. C- 43 Shannon It lUrt nutta C M... It Bupirlor UK franklin ., IKPniperlor A B. M... 14 Olroux Can 31 3-IITamariek S14 Oranbr Con IIHU. 8. 8. R. A it.,. II Oreene Cananea 744 do pfd 4IH Uli Hoyale Copper.. 3C4Utah Con t Kerr I.aVo tUUtab Copper Ca...,. II Ike Copper H4Wlnona 114 Im salle Copper 4KWolterlsa 114 Miami Copper 33 Trensnry Stntement. WABH1NOTON. April . The condition of tho United .States treasury at begin ning of business today was: Working balance. I7S.I42.393: In banks and Philip pine treasury. 142,754,342: total of general fund, $147,607,107, Receipts Saturday, U610.659; disbursements, 14,075,300. The surplus this fiscal year Is 113.314.023. as against a dorlclt of SIt.61R.0R last year. Thn figures for receipts, disbursements, surplus and deficit exclude Panama canal and public) debt transactions. NeYT York Milling: DtocU. NEW YORK. April H.-Closlng quota- iionrr on mining iiokk wero: Com. Tunnel atock.. I Mexican ... Tl ...300 .,. 3d ... K ...10O do bonda II Ontirlo Con. Cal. A Va It Ophlr Iron Sllrer 113 Bmill Hrrpei Iidrllla Con I Standard .. Uttln Chief ........ S Tallow Jacket 30 Offered. Turpentine nnd Rosin Market. SAVANNAH, April 14. TURPENTINE .tm. nrntan u 1 m.m 1 K-tz t,,ia . 1,111, UllU.H . " HUH.) IDIIIIIS, 814 bbls.; shipments, 231 bbls.; Blocks, 10, 1 lb DDIS, T-VUtXT V In.t C.I.. n n . .. 1 l.OfiS bbls.: shipments. 597 bbls.: stocks. Sl.fiOO bbls. Quote: A, B, JS.10B6.20: C D, 17.60. Always there and always pP5" nearest in the Family Toilet and Medicine Chest Should he I is' 1 !liigj