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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APKll, 10. WW.
15 HKAL ESTATK CITY PnOt'ISHTY VOtl SALK. Here's a Chance I to got n house or lot cheap and on easy payments. Wo have in Clnirniout two five-room and one seven-room house, now, mid ten fine vacant lots, which wo will offer for sale on easy terms. i Salesman will bo on ground to show same from two o'clock until dark, Saturday afternoon, April 19th. Take Benson car and got off at 47th and Military Avenue. Benson & Carmichael Tel. Doug. 1722. 9-Room Home In Kountze Place It you want a well arranged, well built house that has large rooma, high ceilings and Is located on south front BO-ft. lot In a nice neighborhood, you should look a houso 1920 Spencer Ft. Has large ves tlbulo entrance with tile floor, largo re ceptlon room with window seat, good sized parlor with fireplace, large dining room with built-in china cabinet, well arranged kitchen and pantries. The downstairs Is nil finished In oak, except ing kitchen, which Is finished In birch. On second floor there are four large well arranged sleeping rooms with high ceil ings, large bathroom with tile floor. Balance of second story has oak floors and birch finish. In the attic there are two rooms finished. The house is deco. rated throughout. Was built for a home about five years ago. Has hot water heating plant and first-class plumbing throughout. Hastings & Heyden lb. tlarney 8U TO BUT, SELL. OR KENT, FIBST BED JOHN W. ROHB1NB. 1WK t'AKNAM Sr. Build Your New Homo After PlanB and Specifications specially prepared after your own Ideas by KXPEHT ARCHITECTS to suit your requirements In arrangement and cost SPECIAL, PRICE 110.00 for complete plans and specifications. Quick Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed. THE H. H. NIEMANN CO., Muskogee. Okl. Your Own Terms Elegant six-room bungalow, Just com. pleted; no reasonable offer refused; will take auto truck, lot or sell right. Web. 4193. 2S66 Blnney. Owner. Slides' Special Bargain 1104 Bo. SSth Ave., a beautiful, new, little E-room bungalow; downstairs living room arrangement finished in oak, with very fine lighting fixtures; two rooms and fine bath on second floor, together with small sewing room. This room could bo used for a bedroom In nn emergency. The wner has given us a week to sell this place at 14.000. WHY DON'T YOU BUY IT? D. V. SHOLES CO. 913 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. Doug. 4 11,900 for a 5-room cottage, about B years old. Modern except heat, large lot, close to car and school. Small cash payment or vacant lot will do. W. S. FRANK, 102S City National Bank Bldg. NEW Dundee house 4821 Webster; all modern; six rooms and large sleeping porch; elegant oak finish; grate; attic and full basement; easy terms. Tel. Leav- ltt. Harney zafio.' (llTOHl T.vlAVINrs PITY. Strictly modern 6-room home, corner lot, two blocks from car line and Hani com Park. 2333 South 31st St. Tel. H. 1913. VMMI'IIOVED. A GOOD building lot; 60 ft. frontage; near car line; close In; $1 down and 60c per week. Why pay rent. j. Shuler, 1014 City National Bank Bldg. ACRGACK VOn SALK. 10 Acres , Improved Adjoining Benson Only a short distance from Benson car line and paved street. Mostly east slope, fine sightly ground, Just east of Key stone Park; has about 150 full bearing cherry, plum and apple trees, mostly cherry, all In first-class condition; three long rows of red raspberries, two long1 rows of grapes, two long rows of black berries, about half acre In asparagus. nmA .hiiharn cvrn rnnn nr nurrnnia and gooseberries, about 6 acres of al falfa, balance rich garden land; has 5 room house, large barn, buggy shed, chicken houses and other outbuildings; Bteel windmill, electric light In house and barn. A place that you can move right on to and begin to get returns this spring. Price. 17.500. Hastings & Heyden 1H Harney St. REAL ESTATE ABSTRACTS UK TITLE. REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of fice tn Nebraska, 106 Brandds Theater. HEAL estate FARU ,t HANl.il LMl.i Poll SALE. Arkauu. 130 acres good level land, no rocks; 65 acres In cultivation; 6 miles from county Beat; price. 112.60 per acre. Southern Realty & Trust Co., Ashdown, Uttle River county, Arkansas. Cullrurnlu, CALIFORNIA land excursions 1st and U Tues. W. T. Smith Co. SU City Nat. Bk. Idabo. FOR 8ALK-540-acre stock, hay and grain ranch; good outside range; 100 head stock cattle; unincumbered. For price and terms addrtss owner, I, C. Weant. Crawford. Idaho. The Persistent and Judloluus Use of Newspaper Advertising is the Road to Business Success. HEAL ESTATE CITY I'tlOIMCIlTY FOB BALK. G42 Paxtou Block. REAL ESTATE FARM fc RANCH LANDS FOR SALE 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, and where there are no tornadoes or crop failures. Send curd for handsome booklet and particulars regarding the country. We also sell good business propositions In southern Idaho. Refer to First National and Boise City National banks. Boise. GEORGE E. ATWATER, Meridian, Idaho. J. E. SCHOOLER'S AGENCY, Boise, Idaho. Minnesota. FOR SALE 320 acres, 45 miles from Minneapolis, 1H miles from town; 220 acres under cultivation, balance pasture, good soli and good set buildings; 15 cows, five horses, complete set machinery, corn, oats, hogs, chlckuns and everything goes at 130 an acre; $6,000 cash, balance can Btand five or ten years, 6 per cent In terest. SCHWAB BROS.. 1028 Plmouth Bldg.. Minneapolis, Minn. SEND for free list of Minnesota farms, p) to $76 per aero. Minnesota Land Agency. Court Wk., st. Paul, Minn. Montana. SIXTY THOUtlAND ncres Carey land open to entry at Valler, Mont.; fifteen annual payments; section famous lot grain, grasses, vogetables, well adapted diversified farming. For particulars wrlto Valler Farm Skies Co., Box 2. Valiw. Mont. FOR SALE 160-acre ranch near Red Lodge, Carbon county. Montana; good buildings, best of black soli; nearly all under cultivation and Irrigated; plenty of water; fine creek with trout In across the place. Price $55 per acre; terms. Ad dress 3018, 47th Ave., S. W Seattle. Wash. New York. TO SETTLE MILLIONAIRE'S ESTATE. 160-acre farm, buildings worth $9,000. Price, $,000. $1,000 cash down, balance 6 per cent. Write for photo. Railroad fore to purchaser. E. MUNSON, 2(26 S. Ballna St., Syracuse. N. Y. Nebraska. WESTERN NEBRASKA RANCH. To exchange for hotel, In western Iown or eastern Nebraska, preferred; excellent opportunity for party whd wants farm and ranch. F. J. Schnorr, 618 Broadway, Council Bluffs, la. Texas. FOR SALE. St. Joseph's Island, New Rockport,, Tex. 32,000 acres at dlstrens prices, a great bargain, no trading. W. IL GRAHAM. Sole Agent. Cuero, Tor. tViiihlnwlou, 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 docs equally as well as the large grain grower. Write today for free Illustrated literature de scribing fruit growing, gardening, dairy ing and hog raising. The Commercial Club, Walla Walla, Wash. LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save mileage and shrinkage. Your consign ments receive prompt and careful atten tion. STEAMSHIPS. ANCHOR LINE STEAMSHIPS Sail every Saturday to and from NEW YORK LONDONDERRY GLASGOW Ocean passage "Vi days. Moderate rates. For book of tours, rates, etc., apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, Gen't Agts.. 138 N. La Salle St., Chicago, OR ANY LOCAL AGENT. LIVE STOCK MAUKKT OK WEST Live Block Coiumlsaluu Merchants. BYERS BROS. & Strong, reliable. CLIFTON Com. Co.. 222 Exchange Bldg. MARTIN BROS. & CO., Exchange Bldg. Cotton Market. NEW YORK, April 18.-COTTON-Spot closed quiet; middling uplands, 12.25c ; middling gulf, 12.60c; gales, 2,000 bales. Futures closed barely steady: April, 11.75c; May. 11.74c; June, 11.75c; July, 11.74c; August, 11.59c; September, 11.38c; October. 11.32c; December. 11.36c; Janu ary. 11.30c; March, 11.34c. Market closed barely steady and from 11 to 20 points nei lower. LIVERPOOL. Anrll 18.-COTTON-Snot moderate business done! prices steady; middling, fair, 7.45d; good middling, 7 lid. middling, 6.91d; low middling, 6.76d; good ordinary, 6.41d; ordinary, 6.07d. Sales, 9.000 bales. Coffee Market. NEW YORK. April 18. COFFEE Fu tures market opened steady at an ad vance of I to J points, rather disappoint lng European cables being offset by the firmer tone of the Brazilian markets. Trading was not active, but there seemed very little coffee for sale and prices w ui Am mallei uuimg wit) uuy on cover ing of shorts and a little trade buying. The close was steady. Sales were 43,260 bags. April, 10.72c; May, 10.77c; June. 10.88c; July, 11.01c; AUKut, 11.12c; Hep. tember. October and November, 11.24c, December, 11.25c; January and February, 11.20c; March, 11,27c. Spot coffee steady; Rio 7s, HVic; Santos 4s. 13c; mild, dull; Cordova, 14V46'17Hc, nominal. Imports of Dry Goods. NEW YORK, April 18. Imports of mer. chandlse and dry goods at New York for the week ending April 12 were 116.019.. 848. Imports of specie for the week end ing today were 1117,146 silver and 1316,905 gold; exports were 11,279,393 sliver and 125,100 gold. Bank Clearings. OMAHA, April IS, Bank celarlngs for today are 13,033,616.666 and 12,891.757 11 for the corresponding day last year. GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Big Shipments j)l Wheat to Be Moved from Upper Lake Region. CASH CORN IN BETTER DEMAND HI Silica Are Recorded nt ChlenKU anil OiitKiiltiir Onrnocs Total In NelRhlmrhooii of Three Million Ilnshels. OMAHA, April 1$. 1913. Millions of bushels of cash wheat are to leave the upper lakes for the lowei lakes as rapidly as they can bo loaded Into vessels. One house alono now has 500.W0 bushels at Duluth loaded to como to Chi cago, and most of this grain will be there Monday or Tuesday next. Several ves sels left that port yesterday bound either for Chicago or Buffalo, and It was also reported a cargo of flaxseed was shipped from Duluth yesterday. Chicago houses now own 3.600,1100 bushels of wheat ut Duluth. but this will bo shipped out of that market to points where the price Is most attractive. There are still enormous stocks of wheat at Duluth. and u great deal of It Is unsold, with owners offering It on a basis of about V over tho Chicago Ma) ?Ptlo4l, Larger stocks of this groin in the Chicago market will mean a depress Ing factor, as anyone who needs cash wheat Is generally slow to tako hold "'hen heavy stocks are In evidence. There was an absence of reports on a big export trade In wheat yesterday be cause of the manner In which a Balti more firm was served by the Board of Trade officials Wednesday when thoy manufactured Items to suit Ion In wheat which were without foundation. The cash sales at Chicago yesterday were small at 75,000 bushels and this as wholly on milling account. There were mutterlugs of unfavorable crop conditions from Kansas yesterday. The message reported dry spots In western and southern Kansas as well as In the northwest, and as both sections are producers of tho wheat surplus of the United Stated any deterioration will cause a stampede of shorts and It will also develop an Investment demand. Cash wheat was i8o higher. Cash corn was In better demand yester day, with sales In Chicago of a5.000 bush els. The corn fleet Is clearing from Chicago with twelvo boats. There arc two more to clear and a few yet to bo loaded. The total corn to go out will not exceed 3,000,00) misheln. It was reported yesterday that additional vcHsel room will bo chartered to take out largo quan tities of corn now held In Chicago. Cash corn was liJMio higher. Oats followed corn yesterday and tho trade was narrow. Tho cash article was higher. Cash oats were Mo higher. Clearances; Wheat and flour equal to 360.000 bushelB; corn, 3S6.000 bushels; oats, 8,000 bushels. Liverpool close: Wheat, Md to d higher; corn, unchanged to & higher. Primary wheat receipts wero 334,000 bushels and shipments 460,000 bushelB, against receipts of 367,000 bushels and shipments of 341,000 bushels Inst year. Primary corn receipts were 32i.00O bush els and shipments 1,479,000 bushels, against receipts of 309,000 bushels and shipments of 716,000 bushels last year. Primary oats receipts were 495.000 bush els and shipments 671,000 bushels, against receipts of 339,000 bushels nnd shipments of 623,000 bushels last year. Carlot lleveliitn. Whettt.Corn.Oats. Chicago 44 43 1 27 Minneapolis U9 Duluth 21 Omab. 23 39 20 Kansas City 31 29 5 St. Louts 82 64 40 Winnipeg 229 Omaha Cash Prices. WHEAT No. 2 hard, 85H8io No. 3 hard, 84?&86$;c No. 4 hard, 81S4c; No. 3 spring, 8585Vc; No. 4 spring, 83Hf(4Hc; No. 2 durum, Mii87c; No. 3 durum, 65V4 f86c. CORN No. 2 white, 64OC5o; No. S white, 6SH64Hc; No. 4 white. 6214iS14c; No. 2 yellow. o46414c; No. 3 yellow, 52-)i 063V4c; No. 2. 6214&6114c; No. 3, 6353?4c; No. 4. 62V4(S63c OATS-No. 2 white, 1403414c: standard, 331443314c; No. 4 white, 33432ic BARLEY Malting. W3G2ic; No. 1 feed, 41(f45Hc. RYE No. 2, 6&W&7c; No. 3, MHiTOSc. The following cash sales were reported today: WHEAT No. 2 hard winter: 5 cars, 85ic. No. 3 hard winter: 1 car, Stftat); 4 cars, So4c. No. 4 hard winter: 1 car 84c. No. 2 northern spring: 1 car, 861c. OATS No. 3 white: 1 car, 3314c; 6 cars, 3314c. No. 4 white: 3 cars, 32c; 2 cars, 32 lie. CORN No. 2 white: 1 car, 65c; 1 car, 64c. No. 3 white: 1 car, 5414c; 1 car, 641ic; 1 car, 61c; 1 car, 6Mic; 14 car, 6314c. No. 3 yellow: 1 car, 54c; 1 car, 63)ic; 8 cars, 6314c. No. 4 yelluw: 1 car, Mlic. No. 3 mixed: 2 cars, Wlic; 2 cars, 6314c , 8 cars, 63c. No. 4 mixed: 1 oar, 63c. RYE No. 2: 1 cor, 67c. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Features of tho Tradlnir null Cloolne Prices on Hoard of Trade. CHICAGO, April 18. Bearish domestic conditions In wheat Wero offHet today by a bulliBh foreign situation, tho result bo-Inn- n net unturn of 'Ac to $4c. Corn fin ished HKc to c higher, oats had a not . gain of 14c to HSic ana provisions a nei advance of 10c to 2Sc. Strength was shown by wheat from tho start on the higher cables and the re newed talk of prospective exports It be ing believed that European needs will soon bo great. Rains In France and unfavor able crop news from parts of Russia gave strength to the foreign situation. Tho only variation In the vIowb of tho situa tion In this country came in the form of reports of Hessian fly, cinch bugs and dry' weather In parts of Kansas, but the effect on tho market seemed to be small, the disturbances being confined to a nar row area. So completely did bull Bentlment' domi nate the market that no depressing ef fect was apparent from reports that south of the Ohio river and In Oklahoma and Texas wheat Is already bo well along that i Is jointed. Neither did the fact that grain shipments are now on through the Great Lakes check the bullish tend ency of the market. Primary' receipts of wheat were 334,000 bushels against 357, 000 bushels a year ago. Seaboard clear ances of wheat and flour equalled 300,000 bushels. Corn displayed considerable strength on buying of Importance. There was a fair eastern demand for cash corn. The chief offerings came from longs on realizing sales, but these, were scattered and many sellers later rebought on dips. Oats showed strength In sympathy with the other grains. Shorts were In the market for ribs and lard and this burdened prices. Many of those covering today were representa tives of foreign houses. There was also a fair Investment demand. Futures closed as follows: ArUclel Open.l High. I Low. Close. I Ytsy Wheat I I May. 91UttH 91 91U 90',4 to 91?i 90S 89H 91 S9H July. Sept. Corn. Mnv. July. Sept. Oats. 900 ',J I 90V4 89a9H' I 65ir.' v- ' wnwttfXft'scflMv, 66W ,V,W,V4ffUI65iffl'!i 67K60KQ56TiS67 65i l55Ti16til 66HI I 1 May. 35 35.134TQi6l XW)3KW. July. 34H Sept. 34H Pork. Mar. 19 75 Mi 34Kl24HasT3lli'8, 34Vl Sl'ii3W3(Vi 34H 19 KW 19 75 1 19 85 19 0 20 05 ! 19 SZ'A 20 00 I 19 75 19 85 I 19 70 19 80 , 19 62V4 It 20 11 071 11 17hIi0 97-11 11 12V4I 11 00 I 11 1214! 10 95 July .119 82-85' tfept I 19 10 1 Lard. I I May. Ill 07-10 July. 11 00-02 Sept. 11 V& Ribs. 11 1214 11 00 11 riw 10 -jiyi May.l 11 37K! July. 11 12V4 11 45 11 37U.I 11 45 11 30 11 06 10 90 11 2214! 11 12V4I 11 20 Sept.' l & 11 0.1 ' 10 95 I 11 00 Chicago Cash Prices Wheat. No. 2 red, ll.(C1.09; No. 3 red. &8c$ll-02: No 2 hard, 92H9Mc; No. 3 hard. 90flO3c; No. 1 northern, 92V4934c; No. 2 northern. 910 93Hc; No. a nortnern, wvtwic; no. i spring. 90j91'.4c; No. 3 spring. 88j90c; No. 4 spring. 8MS7c; velvet chuff, 88e2V4c; durum, 8&S!Hc Corn No. 2, 6614067c; No, 2 white, 6714068c; No. 2 yellow, 57 57Hc; No, 3, 651405C14C; No. 3 white, 67 6714c; No. 3 yellow, 66tf6!4c; No. 4, 64V4W 6514c; No. 4 white, 65140CCc; No. 4 yellow, 64H0C6!ic Oats: No. 2, 33Hc No. 2 white. 35!v03?y4c; No. 3. 33c. No. 3 white, Sl',if3G!.c, No. 4 white, 3&tt3414c; stan dard, 35H0C!4c. Rye' No, 2. 64c Barley. t70c. Timothy 12.7503.60. Clover: 115.OO0fil.OO. Pork 119.85. Lard 111.2214. Ribs 11 12Hc EGOS Steady; receipts, 36.U6 cases, at mark cases included, KfHSe, ordinary !&r:,0MAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET xirsts, I6WIW4C POTATOES - cars; -Michigan. 3cVg4Jc; Minnesota. tr-KV. Wisconsin. SSfl43c. lWLTRY-Kosler; live chickens. 16c. live springs, 15a BUTTUR-Steady; creameries. !7JJ4e. I OMAHA IJK.NKIIAI. MAHIC12T. BUTTER No. 1. Mb. carton. S3:; No 1. 60-lb. tubs. 3314c; No. 2, 30c. CHEKSE Imported Swiss, 32c: Ameri can Swiss, 2c. block Swiss. ?4e: twins, 17c, daisies, 1714c; triplets. 174c: loung Americas, 19c; blue label brick ISc, ilm burger, 2-lb.. 21c; Mb., 22c; New York white. 20c BEEF CUTB-Rlbs. No. 1. 30c; No. 2. 17o; No. 3, 16V.C Loins, No. 1, 22c; No. 2, ISHc; No. 3, 16c. Chuck. No. 1. He; No. 2. 104c; No. 3. 101c, Rounds, No. I, 1314c; No. 2, 13c; No. 3, 124c. Plates, No. 1, 9e; No. 2. 8Hc; No. 3, Slic. POULTRY-Brollers. Lib. to lV-lb , Jic; 14-lb. to 2-lb 26c; hens. :o; cocks, 11c; ducks, 20c, geese, I80, turkeys, c; pig' eons per doi., 11.20; rooau-e. Sc; aucka full feathered, ISc; gee, rull feathered, ISc; squabs, No. 1, 11. 50; No. 2, fiOc. FlSH-'Whlte. froien, ISc f-cat. froicn, 14a; large crapplcs, frozen, lbc; Spanish mackerel, 11c; eel, 15c; haddoCK, lie; flounders, He; shad roe, pee ja.r S salmon Sc; halibut, 13c; buffalo, iic. bu'i heads, 13c, oysters, bay standards, , northern. (1 55, selects, U.'.O; counts, Ji.l'J FRUITS Apples, extra faiiuy large Rome Beauties, per box, 11.7b, extra fancy large Yellow Newton Pippins per box, II. 60; extra fancy Washington whlto win ter Pcarmalns, per box, 11. 80; extra fancy Washington Wlnesaps, per box, 1MK); Utah Wlnesaps, per box. Jl.fio; .xira fancy Ganos, per box, JI.20; extra fancy Ben Davis, per box, J1.16, extra fancy Gano, per bbl., t3.U); extra fancy Bun Davis, per bbl., 12.75; extra fancy Wine sap, per bbl., $3.60; extra fancy Missouri Pippins, per bbl., 3.25. Oranges. Florida, extra fancy, St. Mike's. 80, 90. 112, 120, l, 170, 200. 218, per box, 11.00; extra fancy Valencia. SO. 90. 112. 120. 110, 170. 200. 218, per box, 14.60. Lemon, extra fancy Southland Beauties, SOOs and 3C0a, por box, 1S.00; extra choice, Justrltr, per box, J7.60. Grapefruit, Florida, Indlun River, C4 and 80 sizes, 23.75; 64, 12.60 ; 45. 0.25; 34, 13.00. Louisiana strawberries, per ensu, 12.50. Cranburrlos, fancy, per bbl., 17.00; Jumbo, per box, 12.50. VEGETABLES - Potatoes. Colorado Rural, per bu., 60c; Red River Early Ohio, per bu., GOo. Onions, largo red Globe onions, per sack, fl.OU; largu white Indiana, per lb., 2c; large Spanish, per crate, 11.50. Sweet potatoes, Kansas, table stock, per bbl.. )2.&0; Kansas scuu, per bbl. (duo April 1 to 10). 12.00. To matocc, fancy Florida, per ti-basket crate, 13.00; choice, 6-basKot crate. 12.60. Celery, Florida, per crate, 3, 4, 0, 8-dor., 13.00; Florida, medium, per dox., 60c; Cal ifornia Jumbo, per doz, 85c. Shallots, per doz., 60c. New boots, carrots, turnips, per doz., 60a Parsley, per doz.. 60c Radishes, per doz., 60c. Head lottuce, per doz., 11.00; homegrown leaf, per doz., 4oc. Green pep pers, per basket, 60c. Wax or greon beans, per box 15.00. Hothouse cucum bers, pur doz., Il.00ff2.00. Cauliflower, per crute, 13.60. Venetian garlic, per lb., l2VnC. New York cabbage, per lb., ltfc. Egg plant, per doz., 12.00. Rutabagas, per lb., IVic; beets, turnips and currots, por bbl., 12.00. MISCELLANEOUS Onion sets, yellow, per bu., 23 lbs., 11.75; red, per bu., 11.7J; white, per bu., 12.00. Evaporated cran berries, carton containing 38 pkgs., per carton, 12.70. Figs, new California. 60-J olzo, 11.85; Imported, 7-crown, per lb.. 17c. Dates, Halowtl, per lb., JVic; Dromedary brand, package, 13.00; Anchor brund, Package, 12.225; ausar walnut dates, per box, 11.35. Walnuts, No 1 soft shell, per lb., 18c. Pecans, medium, per lb., lSVic; Jumbo, per lb. 16c; Giant Louisiana , paper shell, per lb., 25c. Fllbcrta, per lb., 15c. Almonds. Drako, per lb., 15o; paper shell, ISc. Brazils, per lb., 10c; large washed, per lb., 12c. Black walnuts, per lb., 2Hc Peanuts, raw, No. 1, per lb., GVtc; Jumbo, per lb, 8c; roasted, per lb., 8V4c Hlckorynuts, shellbark, per lb.. 4c; large, per lb., 3c. Whlto rice popcorn, per lb., (Sc. Horseradish. 2 doz. bottles In case, per case. 11.90. Cocoanuts, per sack, 15.00; per dozen Mott's cider, per keg., 13.60; Nehawka, per keg 13.25. Corn nnd Wheat Iteftion Bulletin. United States Department of Agricul ture's weather bureau report for Omaha. Neb., for the twenty-four hours ending at 8 a. m., 75th meridian tlmo, Friday, April 18, 1913. OMAHA DISTRICT STATIONS. Temp. Rain High. Low. fall. Sky. Clear Clear Clear Clear Pt. cloudy Pt. cloudy Clear Pt. cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Cloudy Raining Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Pt. cloudy Clear Clear Cloudy Cloudy Ashland, Nob.. 79 48 .00 Auburn. Neb... 82 4S .00 B'ken Bow, Nb 78 48 .00 ColumbUB, Nob. 77 48 .00 Culbertson, Nb. 80 67 .00 Falrbury, Neb.. 85 47 . 00 Fairmont. Neb. "78 40 .00 Or. Island, Nb 77 61 .00 Hartington, Nb 75 46 .00 Hastings, Neb. 78 60 .00 Holdrege, Nob. 80 62 .00 Uncoln, Nob... 80 63 .00 No. Platte, Nb 81 62 .00 Oakdale, Neb.. 78 61 .00 Omaha, Neb.... 78 56 .00 Tekamah, Neb. 76 60 .00 Valentino, Nb. 70 48 .00 Alto, la. 73 45 .00 Carroll. Ia 74 48 .00 Clarlnda, la.... 83 47 .00 filbley, la. 73 39 .00 Sioux City, la. 72 48 .00 Minimum temperature for twelve-hour period ending nt 8 a. nt. CENTRAL STATIONS. No. of Temp.-- Rain- District. Stations. High. Low. fall. Columbus, 0 18 70 48 .00 Louisville, Ky... 22 76 48 .00 Indla'pollB, Ind.. 14 7fi 60 .00 Chicago, III 24 7(1 48 .00 St. Louis, Mo... 19 82 64 .00 Des Moines, la. 22 78 60 .00 Minneapolis 61 70 Z. .00 Kan. City, Mo.. 20 88 f,4 ,00 Omaha, Neb 17 78 60 .00 Cooler weather prevails this morning In Wlsconaln, Minnesota and the Duko tns. It Is slightly warmer In tho eastern districts of the corn and wheat region. No appreciable precipitation occurred In any portion of tho region within the last twenty-four hours. L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau. ivunsaJi unun nnu t'roviaion. KANSAS CITY, April 18. WHEAT cash: No. z red, K6V4wc; No 3, 8514TP col-. MA i ni v o uiAV-f rvj CORN No. 2 mixed, 57Ho; No. 3, 66H0 lijc; wo. l! wime, djsc; wo. 3, &7IIWC. OATS No. 2 white, 3C0364c; No. 2 mixed, S4o. RYE Unchanged. Closing prices of futures: WHEAT May. S8H0; July. 84140. CORN May, 66&065T4a; July, 65140ttlHc. OATS May, XHc; July, 34Hc. HAY Unchanged. BUTTER Creamery. 84c; flrstij, 3132c; seconds, 290'3Oc; packing, 24 0. EGOS Firsts, 16008c; seconds. 13a. POULTRY Hons, 16n; roosters, 10c; ducks, 16c. St. I.oula General Market. ST. LOUIS, April 18,WHEAT-Cnsh: No. 2 red. 1LO701.O9; No. 1 hard, 9hfi92c. CORN-No. 2, 6914c ; No. 2 white. 000 61c. OATS No. 2, S5c; No. 2 white, 38c. RYE C2c. Closing prices: WHEAT May, 91Sc; July, 8814c. CORN May. 65Uc; July. 8614c. OATS May, 3314c; July, 34c. POULTRY-Weak; chickens. 14c; springs. 18c; turkeys, 18c; ducks, 1314c; geese, 9c. BUTTER Firm; creamery, 30034c. KGGS-Hlgher at 16Uc. Minneapolis Grain Market. MINNEAPOLIS, April IX. WHEAT May, 87H087Jio; July. 8914c ; September. DOHc Cash: No. 1 hard, cs No. 1 northern, 8S$40t&ij; No. 2 northern, 86ftH7o; No. 2 hard, Montana, 88T4c; No. 3, 830Ga CORN No. 3 yellow. 6414o. OATS-No, 3 white. 32c. RYB-No. 2. 6606714c. BRAN-116.000 17.00. FOUR First patents. 14.3004.63: second patents, 14.166'4.60; first clears, 13.1003.40; second clears. 12.00tr2.80. FLAX-11.3OVi01.3Oi. BAR LB Y 4 1 SitJc. Liverpool Gram Market. LIVERPOOL April 18.-WHKAT-Spot, firm; No. 2 Manitoba, 7s 9d; No. 3 Mani toba, 7s 714d; futures, firm; May, 7s 6id: July. 7b 4Wd: October. 7h 3Hd. CORN-Spot, firm American mixed, new. 5s: new kiln dried. 5s 2Sil: old. Km- old, via Galveston. 6s Slid. Futures steady; May American mixed, 6a ,&; July La Plata, 6a IHd. I I'eorln Market. PEORIA, April 18,-CORN-No. 3 white 66c, No. 2, 654c, No. 3 yellow, 6314c, sam ple, 60c OATS No. 2 white, 36c; standard, 5314c. Receipts of Cattle Are Small and Values Are Lower. H0QS DIME TO FIFTEEN UP Receipts Are I.IkM ntul Trnile Opens Kitrly Sheep anil Lamb Are Actlie anil Ten to Fif teen Cent lUfilicr. SOUTH OMAHA. April 18. 1913. Receipts were. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Official Monday 4,897 5,tW 13,657 Official Tuesday 6,2tM 17.127 o.KM Offlclul Wednesday.... 3.7SO 10.456 8.888 Official Thursday 2.W3 6,957 13.349 Katlmato Friday 353 3,700 2,316 Five days this week . 16,327 Same days last week.. 15.279 Same days 2 wks ago .11.979 Same days 3 wks ago. 15.204 Same days 4 wks ago .15.284 Same days last year... 19.093 43,849 34,426 62.93$ 61.618 42.244 43,703 39.785 38,441 31.09.S 24,620 37.14S 69.759 Thu following table ktiowk the recellHS of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha ior 1110 year 10 uatc. comparea wun mi year. 1913. 1912 Inc. Dec Cuttle 275,634 297.010 21.477 Hogs 894,408 1.144.604 J&O.ftHl Sheep 684,888 679.0X6 6,862 Tho following tablo snows the range of prlooa for hogs at South Omaha for the last fewdayB with comparisons: Dato. I 1913. 1 1912. 1 1911 . 11910. 190. 119081907. April 8. S S3 J 7 Cl 6 1210 16 6 V0 6 74! 6 tt 6 32 6 3'J 6 46 pru ti. a 6i'4 t mi - tin ij t 91 s 11 April 10 8 81141 7 64 5 941 ' I t 90 6 68 April Hi 8 91 7 4Si 6 85,10 03 5 76 April 121 8 94141 7 65i 0 8o 9 m 6 791 1 42 April 13 I 7 l 0 Vi !i Wl 1 vi mi w April 11 8 I I) W 9 M tt W 0 00 - April lf. i 76', 7 l6 f 97l 9 6b 6 88 6 4) 6 39 April 16 8 651i 7 ) I 9 66 6 8S 5 37 6 43 April 171 8 6t14 7 711 6 OSi I 6 9U 6 4.1) 6 39 April 18 7 70 6 06 9 14 " 5 62 6 23 Sunday. CATTLE There were not enough rattlo of uny kind In tho yards this morning to really make a market, the total receipts being only soventeen curs. Such cattle n there were, wnlle not very many, still commanded prices about steady with yes terday. This means that beef steers are urnnml 25o lower than the closo of lust week. The best heifers are around 15o lower and killing cows 26c lower. Bulls and stags nro also quotubly 26c lower than last week's close, but veul calves have been fully stoutly all week. Stock cattlu and feedurs havo shown Uttlo or no change, although possibly heavy feeders are a little easier than lust week. Quotations on Cattle Good to choice beef steers, 18.2O04i.65; fair to good beef Bteors, 17.9O0S.2o; common to fair beef steers, 17.40tr7.PO; good to choice heifers, 17.2508.00; good to choice cows, 16.7607,50; fair to good grades, 15.8506.60; common to fair grades, 14 0Oui.85; ood to choice. Blockers and feeders. tl.UYiiR 2R: fnir tn Kood Blockers and feeders, 16.7507.60; common to fair Mockers and feedeis, 16.2506.75; stock cows nnd heifers, 16.000 7.00; veul calves, J7.OO0O.6O; bulls, stuns. WU'., o.uua'.3. HOGS The market opened In good shapo thlB morning nnd tho sales were made at figures that wero 10c and In oran cases 10015c higher. Trade was active from tho outset, and on tho re ceipts wore so smull everything wns sold be foil) 9:30. Light hogs, which mudo up the turgor portion of the supply, were u big dimn higher, whlto tho prices paid for heavy and mixed hogs looked to be 10015c above yesterday's average. There wero no rough heavies here, and there won Uttlo If anything sold under 18.70, which price was puld for several loads of good heavies. Bulk of tho offerings moved nt 18. 7008. 85, the latter price being the highust puld. Thu quality was very good, but thero was nothing luncy ubout any of the offerings uud consequently no toppy lights. Tho supply this morning amounted to about 52 cars, or 3,700 head, making the woek'B total 43,783. This Is over 9,0iW heavier than tlia sumo days lust week, but bi 26,000 smuller thuu for the sumo period a year ago. SHEEP Today's markot on both sheep and lambs con be beat described 03 100 l&c higher, with practically all tho offer ing's being active sellers ut the advance. Tho upturn In prices was duo to u light run uud to tho fact that tho packers wanted a few klllera to finish out thu week. Tho total receipts amounted to no more than ten carw, or somu 2,313 head, eight cars belrur lambs and tho remaining two being owes. A double deok of Mexican lambs fed In Nebraska and weighing1 sevonty-nlno pounds went 10 inn pucKora ut wiuivi wus top for tho day, as compared wlti? 18.45, the highest point reached during tho early trada yesterday. Borne, 81-pound Mexican lambs from tho Scott's Bluff country", tho samo as thoso at 1H.30 on Thursday, sold up to 18.45 this morning. Among till) -fed westerns was a bunch iLViimelnir 78 pounds at 18.40. As a mutter of fact, thero were not onough aged sheop here to test values, though it wus thought If more were on Bale they would experience fully a much advance us In tho case of lambs. The two loads of ewes offered wore good sellers and brought 15.90. Tho main feuturo of the tnulo during the week has been 11 big drop In prices from lost week's high level. Owing to liberal runs prices havo hud a sagging tendency on most days, and after con sidering today's udvance lambs still show a big decline, tho prlco reduction amounting to X04Oa Moro owes, weth ers nnd yearlings showed up during the current week than for several weeks past, and oh prices wero nlreudy on a very high level at tho beginning of the week packers saw a splendid opportunity for a downward revision of values. Aged sheep nnd vearllngs are now selling at least anywliom from 60c to 76c lower than tho rlose of last week giintntlons on sheep nnd iHmbs' Good to choice Mexlcnu lambs, 18.3508.00; fair to good Mexican lambs, 18.1608.35; good to choice western lambs, 18.OO0H 25. fair to good western lambs, 17.8508.00; feeder lambs, 17.4607.75: yearlings. Ilicht, 17 350 7.60; yearlings, heavy, 17.1507.35, weth ers, good to choice. M.7607.00; wethers, fair to good, 10.6006.75, ewes, good to cholco, 16. 2505.60; ewes, fair to good, 8.0g 06.26; culls and bucks. 13.000-1 .W. Kansas rity Lire Stock Market, KANSAS CITY, April 1 8. CATTLE Receipts, 200 hend. Market steady.;, na tlve steers, 17.2500 00; southern steers, 16.250O.6O; southern cows and heifers, 18.30 08.45, native cows nnd heifers, 14.2508.60; Blockers and feeders, 10.2608.60; bulls, 15.7607.60: calves, M.OOfiO.75; Western steers, 17.000 8.40; western cows, 11.6007.25. HOGS Receipts, 3.600 head. Market 10c to 15c higher; bulk of sales, 18.7500.00; heavy, 13.7008.85; pnokers and butchers, 1S.760S.OO: light, 18.85JfO.05; pigs, 17.7608.00. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 2,000 head. Market steady, muttons, 15.0087.26; Colorado Iambs, 17.250R.5O; range wethers and yearlings, 15.60Q7.75; range ewes, 15.00 06.50. ChleiiKo Live Htonk Market. CHICAGO, April 18. -CATTLE Re ceipts. 1,000 head. Markot stmuly; boeves, xi.zfrtiu.; Texas steers, JH.7M7.W; west ern. 17.0008.10; stackers and feeders, 10.10 00.20; cows and helferu. 13.0008.40: calves. 16.600 8.60. HOGS - Receipts, 10.000 head. Market 10c to 15o higher, bulk of sales, 19.1000.20; light. 1? 9009.25; mixed. 18.8509.25; heavy. 18 0600.20: rough, !8.6508.6O; pigs, !6.Wa 9.10. SHEEP AND LAMUS-Rocelpts. 6,000 head. Market strong to u shade up; na tive. tc.00fi7.20.. western, 16.0007.25; year lings. 16.6007 90. Lmnbs: Native, 16.600 8.73; western. O.760.76. Nt ST. celpts. , I.oula Live Htoek Market. LOCIS, April 1 8. CATTLE ne 800 head. Market steady; native teers, I5.76fr9.00; cows and heifers, beef s 14.60ft Pontile Tn steers. 16.26ft8.50; cows and hfclf- crs, 14 whi.w; raives, io.wt).w. S-Receliits, 4.600 head. Market 10c HOG to 16c mixed IIIKNI'i . I'. KB Ullll 1IHOIS, il.WQV.Ui: and butchers, 19.O0ij0.2O; good 'i or.irg r. heavy. SHE EP AND LAMBS Receipts, 300 fflTkftl mtntv rifitlVa mtttinna head '.26, lambs. 17.00ff8.70. St. Joseph Live Stock Market. ST. JOSEPH. April 18. CATTLE Re ceipts. 200 head; market steady; steers. 17.264jfi.80; cows and, heifers, 14.COS9.00 calves. 16.26Q8.26. HOGS-Recolpts, 1.600 head; Market 10a higher; top. 19.00: bulk. 18.7638.86. SHEEP AND LAM US Receipts, 1,200 head, market steady; lambs, 17.603fi.t0. Moux City Live Mock Market. KlOl'X CITY, April 18. CATTLE Re celpts, 400 head Mnrl.rt steady native steers. 17 50ft S 00 cows and helfera. 15.609 7.7 j, canners, 13.75iC.2o, stockers and feedeis, tTlXVti7.C5. calves, 16.767 60; bulls, 15. SOW? 60. HOGS Receipts. 3.000 head. Market 16o higher; heavy, 11.7008.80; mixed, tS.TW "i.26: light, ISMVffS.nq; pigs. 17 3607.W; bulk of wiles, IS 750S.S5. 8UEKP AND LAM US No receipts. RKI'OHT OF CMIARING ltOUSK Transactions of Associated Hanks for the Week. NEW YORK, April 18. Hrudstreot'rt bnnk clearings report for tho week end ing April 17 shows an aggregate of J3.I0S. 020.000 us iiKiillist 13,072.Ml,OH0 Inst wek ai.d W. 67 1.6.1S offl in tho corresponding wcik Inst year, list of cJUcm. CITIES. Amount. I Inc. Dec. New York Chicago Ronton Philadelphia St IOIH Pittsburgh Kansas City San FrniK'l.ico Uultlmore Cincinnati Minneapolis t.tm Angeles Cleveland , Detroit iNew Orleans OMAHA Louisville Mllwuukeo ScattW Portland, Oro St. Paul Denver Indianapolis Lincoln Sioux City Suit Iiko City Volunibus Toledo Duluth Des Moines Rpnknno Tucomu Oakland 1'eorla , San Diego Dayton Sacramento ........ Cedar Rapids Waterloo Springfield. Ill Qulncy. Ill Btnomlngtnn. HI... Ogdcn, Utah Decntur, III Jacksonville, HI... Washington St. Joseph Wlohlta Topeka 11,922.454.0m 13.5 319,679.XX) .3 I7S.4iV.OfO 10.2 lfl6,9.V,0(X) 3 1 83.623.000 l.S 07,527,OiX 15.9 64.06VKX) 4.9 62.B91.tW0 .9 39.1.14.000 4.2 27.W)7.C1il 4.3 32.323.0lXV 10.3 25.835.0001 25. 8 I 2S,2AS.X; 31 5 27,'.M8.0ii IS. 8 lS,m,0Hi 2.3 I 17.713.(X 13.6 1.1.008,0110 21.9 16,169, Oil) 6 7 14,797.tX 13.1 1S.H3.0W 2S.0' 8.922.WX) 14.2 I 10.473.rtX) 27.6 9.012.000 6.4 I 1.792.000 4.7 2,956,000! 7.5 5,731.000 23.5 7,901.000 18 1 G,322.1X) 38.0 .1,O73,0iX) 10 8 6,203.000 4.0 I 4.072,000! 15.2 3,0S3,0rt; 42.0 4.0:.9.000 8.8 I 8.528.000! 12.8 3,0i!0.OiX 8 I 1,661,000 26.0 1,761,000 6.2 1.712.000 5.2 1.0S9.000' 21.5 1.183.ft K.8 8OS.000 29.0 I 660,0001 1.4 6I2.0OO 6.4 I 542.O0O 11.1 M.OOO 21.1 8.024,000 2.9 I 8.151,000 .3 3.4S3.O0O 6.6 1,834,000 7.9 Nr tv York Money Mnrknt. NEW YORK, April 18,-MONEY-On rati, steady at 21402H per cent; ruling rato, 2K per cent; closing bid, 2 per cent; offered at. 2i per cont. Tlmo loans, ensy,; sixty nnd ninety dnys, 414 per cent; six months, 4'4ff4i por cent. PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-61406 per cent. STERLING EXCHANGE Weak, with actual business In bankers' bills at 14.8310 for sixty-day bills and nt 14.8640 for de mand; commercial bills, 14.82V4H14. SILVER-Bar, 69o; Mexican dollars. 4So. BONDS Government, steady; railroad, heavy. Closing quotations on bonds today were as follows: U. 8. rrt. U. rf . . .10011 Jpn 41ia llu do coupon iwiH-K. u. Ba. rof. B.. Mil 1034L H. db. Ii 1131.. 00 10S14L. A N". unl. 4i IU HJVill. K. & T. Ut U. W USSi "do tan. 4Ws-.... t U. 8. Ja, re.... do coupon . . . . U. 8. 4a, re( uo coupon ranama la coupon. .101l4Mo, l'acltln u A -(. lat In rtfa.... El W do oodt. 6 IS Amr At. to nn"lt H II of M 4H. A. T. A T. cv. 4a.. MN. V. ft f. K "Am. Tobacco in.. 111H do deb. 4i 17V Armour A Co. 4Ui.. 1114 If. Y. N. II. A IL Atclilaun (an. Ii. ... 3S4 cr. 114a 78 4o or. 4a 1M0 1MU N. &. W. lit e. 4a. II do cv. &a 101 do cr. 4a. lOiM A. 0. L lat 4a m,Kcv racldo 4a. 1414 Dal. A. Ohio 4a... . IJi Mo U do iH" ima a. K rttr. ii...tiiit Pnwk. Tr. cv. la. . . 19 I'tnn. cv. H" HIS. PS Cen. ot Oa. 5....lMti &o con. 4a ,,,, ttu Crn. ioathfr la Hli8. L. & 8. h tt 4s 74 ChtR. A Ohio 4H.. til! do ta. ia ,, 71V do conv. 4Ha St. L. S. w. c 4,,. 7ih Chlrco A A. 114a.. M A. L aJJ, la... 7Itt C. II. A Q. J. 4a.... WUSc ao col. 4s IC do xn, it 11 do cv. 41 lit a M A 8 P ov 414a..l01T4 lat rtf. 4i u. iu 1. ai 1 . c ia. auu-so. junwav ca ot do til. 4a., 8JH do sn. 4a. 7(14 C. AS. r A e 414a IVi Union I'aclflo 4a..... tSH 11. tv 11. ct. 11. oo cv. fi. ......... nv D. A It. a. ret. ta. 7814 'do lit ref. in 1 Dlitlllcni' la CS V. H. Uubbvr ta.... 10214 Kris p. 1. 4 1214 U. 8. Bterl td ta... 10111 do gen. la 7J14 Va.-C. Cham. la.. MH do cv. 4a,. sr. I) . 71 0u. lat A ai. 4a. 1711 111. On. lat r it It Wratern Md. 4a 10 5 Inter. Mat. 41te TlVWeet. Klec. ov. la., tlu Wla. Central 4a.... IV4 later. M. M. IHa.. UV4 London fltnek Market. LONDON. April 18,-Closlng prices nt stocks were: Coneola, monaj.. 74 ll-tl IauIbvIIIo A N HT14 . n .104 .K14 do account 'I;41I., K- A T Amal. Copper TtltM Y. Central.. Atchlaon 1051a Norfolk A W.. Ilaltlmora A Onlo. ..1029. Ontario A W... iranaaian l'acinc ..zdi rennarlvanla tin CheaapMlia A 0.. 114Iladln( lHaflouthern llr 17 llli Southern Pacltlo. . . .IMu 1214 Union Pacific 1I7H II V. 8. Steer. US 47HWalaah m 2114 De Peer 11U 124 Hand Mlna T ChlcMO O. W .. 8t. Paul Denver A ltlo O Erie do lat pfd tlrand Trunk Illinois Central Hii.vi'iii liar, nrm at Z7 9-iad per ox. MONBY-2j4'2 por cent. The rate of discount In the onen mnrknt for short bills Is S144fOS per cent; for three months' bills, 2ib pur cent. WKW YoniC nRMSRAI, MAniCKT Quotations of the Bay on Various Commodities. NEW YORK. April l-FLOUR-Wmier: spring patents, 14.46iiI4.66; winter stralghtH. 14.CxU4.66; winter patents, 14.7Oit0.10; spring clears, t4.OOiM.20; extra No. 1 win ter, 13.8Off4.10; extra No. 2 wlntnr. 13.70M ,3.80; Kansas straights, 11.1034.20. Ryn flour, firm; fair to good, 13.6O&3.80; choice to fancy, 13.86ff3.96. CORNMEAI-Steady; flno white and yellow, ll.30ftl.36; coarse, tl.l.JO; kiln dried. 13.30. RYI3-Steady; No, 2 western, 8149o, c I. f. Buffalo. BARLEY Firm., malting, 69S68c. c. i. f Buffalo, opening nuvlKiitloti: feeding. &5o c. 1. f. New York. WHEAT-Spot. firm: No. 2 red. 11.1414 elevator and 11.16 f. o. b. afloat, opening navigation. Futures wore fairly uotlvo and stronger on higher cables nnd re newed bullish advices from Kansas. May, 9814a; July 9714c; September, 90Hc Bonded wnoat: Aluy nnn juiy, J1.U1V4- CORN-Spot. firm; export, 62-Hc. f. o. b. afloat. OATS-Spot, steady; standard white, 40c; OATS Spot, firm; Btandard white, 40c; No. 3, SrSlHWOe; No. 4. 3714038c; natural white, 37 r40c ; white clipped, 38QH014C. HOPS Quiet: stute. common to choice. 1912 crop, 16W2lc; 1911 crop. Iridic; Iliclllc coast, 1912 crop. 101 20c; 1911 crop, Uftl5c. HIDES-Steady. Bogota, MlifcWlic; Central America, 28Hc. PETROLEl'M -Steady; refined. New York, bbls., 18.60; bulk, 18.80; cases, HO.tO. HAY-Kltm, No. 2, M&Xc; No. 3, 75 85c. LEATHER Klrni; hemlock firsts, 284j 2io; seoonds, 27Q28C. PROVISIONS Pork, firm; mess, 121.76 tf22.60; family. 123.50W2D.O0; short clears, 121.001(22.50. Beef, firm, mess, 19.0o4f 20.C0; family, 123.00tt24.00. Cut meats, firm; pickled hams, 10 to 14 uoundH, 114.60 tl6.60; pickled bellies. I6.17ffl5.60. Jjxta. firm: middle weBt. 111.3011.40; refined, steady; continent. 111.93; South America, 112.60; cuinpound, 18.2&&8.60. TALLOW-Steudy; city, 6iC,; county, 6TtI6,o; special, 7 3-16c. Bl'TTElC Firmer; receipts, 6.C43 tubs; creumery, extras. 3614c; firsts, 36!4S36c; process extras, 31VVil22c; firsts, Z&SOc, imitation creamery firsts, 2si29o; fac tory, current make, firsts, 26QC7c; pack ing stock, current make, No. 2, 24c; No. 3, 2023c. CHEESE Steudy; receipts, 1,941 boxes) stute whole milk, colored special, 17fl171ic: state whole milk, white spe cials. IGliflWic; skims, UQlSc. EGGS Unsettled; receipts, 24,937 cases, fresh gathered extras, 21c; fresh gathered storage packed firsts. 19W320!4c; Penn sylvania and niWby hennery whites, good to large size, now laid. 22&Cic, western gathered whites, 20fl2114o. POULTRY Dressed, quiet,; western killed fowls, 1614T19c: frorefl turkeys, 150S6C Alive, steady; western fowls, 18c; chickens. 18c; turkeys, 15c. Wool Market. ST. LOUIS April 1S.-WOOL-Stoady; medium grades, combing and clothing, 23!4ft36c; light fine, l9fClc; heavy fine, WlSe; tub washed, 27fr36c Tho Perslatent and Judicious Use of Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to Business Success. NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET ' General Drift of Prices is Slightly Downward, NO SERIOUS LOSSES REPORTER ' Week's Cnrrrnpy Movement 1InN fitrenndieiied Ranks New St. i Pnul llfferlnu; Helpa the Ilenrn. NEW YORK, April 18,-The drift of prices wa downward on the stock ex chiingo tixlay. nlthnugh the pressure of selling wns not severe and few Impor tant stocks lost more than a point Trad lng wns of the same listless character as on recent days. There was a con- -tinned absence of outside speculative In- torest and offerings of stocks were prln c pully in tho nature of professional - short selling. . Bear traders felt that their position wus reinforced by tho result of the offer- log of tho now St. Paul 4Vi bonds. Tho fact that oven tho comparatively high rato of return wns not sufficiently at tractive to capital to rail forth Btibscrlp- , tlons for tho entire Issuo was regarded as significant of conditions to confront other applli-nnts for capital. Sale of more than !-).000.000 of these bonds, however, showed t that capital Is available, provided bor rowers adapt themselves to present con' dltlons. Tho new St. Paul bonds again sold on the stock exchange nt U under s tho subscription price. A Thero was further pressuro on some stocks which have been nffect.-d bv new financing. Bultlmoro & Ohio dropped to " 9SVt, tho lowest since 1911. Southern Pacific waB sold heavily at times. Its weakness being attributed to tho belief ,' that Union Pacific's holdings ot that i slock might bo placed on the open mars j kot, should tho latest dissolution plan bo approved by tho courts. The copper hurt also worn heavy and among the j nprclaltles thero wero a number of sniirp i declines. Mexican Introleuin rose over 6 points, Its strength being explained by the Increase In dividend rato from 4 to 6 per cent. a Tho result of the week's currency 5 movements apparently has been lo 1 strengthen tho position of the banks, forecasts baed bh known movements pointing to a cash gain of 16,000,000 or J 17,000,000. Money ratea were Inclined to be easier. Foreign exchange weaktntd f under the Influence of lower discounts 'T In London. L Bonda turned downward again, nock Island collateral 4s lost 114. Total sales, par valuo, 12,486,000. United States bonds unchanged on call. ? Number of dales and leading quotations on stocks wero as follows: Bales, lllih. tow. Clou. Amalgamated Copper .... 1M00 T1V4 7414 7H I American Agricultural , 12 American Pert Buiar.... two 12V 1214 ilH 1 American Can 1,001 2414 Slh Sl! "J Ameiinut Can pfd 600 toy; im II American O. A K t,0 - American Cotton Oil..... 100 41 41 44 Am. I cm Securities too It tt ttK American L4rue) ....... too 10 10 IS American Looomotlvn ... 1,000 tt St 3514 . v American B. A It 2,200 II (H14 tl Am. S, A It, Pfd 100 10314 10J14 10314 Am, nutar nertnlnr 100 11314 11314 1131 American T. A T 2,100 130 12114 130 ' 1 American Tobacco 200 225 23IT4 234 ' AnaomuU Mlnlnc Co 500 3S14 33 3I4 t Atohlaon 1,400 1011 101 301 Atchlaon pfd 100V4 Atlantto Coaat Une.' 400 12114 12114 1211, llattlmorn A Ohio 4,100 H14 1l; , llethlehem Htecl 300 3414 34 51 Ti , nrooklrn TUpM Tr 1.D00 M14 HV Mi Canadian I'aclflo 4,000 244K 14314 244H " Central leather 200 in 23 UK Cheeapaak A Olilo ,l)00 74 (414 4 Chlcam O. W , ... , ill 4 Chlcaoo, M. A Bt. r.... 2,100 100 14 103 14 1031 Chlcaio A N. W 100 12214 1111 133V4 Colorado F. A I M0 34 33 32 " Conaolldatad (la 132 Corn Product! 100 1014 1014 1H Delaware A Hudson 119 Denver A IUo llrande to Denver A It. O. pfd !61i tf Dtttlllera' Becurltlea 1(14 Krla 2,100 30 2i4 UK Rrle lat ptit 4114 lOrla 2.1 pfd 304 21 It SS4 aenrral Eletlrlo 400 1ST4 1S 13l4 Oreat Northern pfd 200 JI7i 127H 12714 Orrat rtliern Ora ctfa. 200 35 34K 3444 Illinois Central 400 120 lttS 11314 Interboroudi Met 700 1114 l(ai 1414 1 Inter. Met. pfd 400 SS14 tH 74 International llarveater 105 Inter-Marina pfd 100 1714 1114 l?i n International I'aper too 114 14 314 , International l'ump ..... 100 10 10 10 Kansaa CItr Southern.... 100 tTK UK 74 '4 Laclede Qas 3H4 . Uehlfti Valler 300 140 1IIV4 15914 Loulavllle A Naahvlllo... 204 12314 133 133 M.j 81. P. A B. Bta. M.. 300 13414 131 133 Mlaaourl, K. A T 100 2 it UK Ulaaourl I'aclflo (00 3714 3714 National niMUlt 200 11114 1141 114 i National I-d 4314 N. It. It of M. 24 pfd 3614 New York Central 2,300 10314 101 102V. ' N. Y.. O. A W 200 31H 31 31 i Norfolk A Weatern 900 104S 10414 lOdli Nbrth American 7 ' Northern l'acino l.o 1H US 1 lHclflo Mall 2t4 . I'ennarlvanla J.400 114V4 11414 1144 ' reopla'B Oa 11 j ' P.. C, C. A St, L 100 94 l 94 1'lttaburfh foal tOO 20 20 li l'rneaed Steel Car 100 2314 2414 2 Pullman Palacn Car... U914 neadlns i... 47,700 16814 1I4'4 1H .Itepuhllo I. A 8 200 2SH 2S it I Hcpubllc I. A 8. pfd 3414 Rock laland Co 3,700 2114 21H 2114 ' 1 Itotk laland Co. ptd 1,200 3714 3H "Vi St. L A 8. V. 2d pfd.... 100 2414 1414 241 Seaboard Air Line 100 131 1314 1U i Seaboard A. L. pfd . Sloaa-Shettleld S. A I ; .... 34 V Houthern I'aclflo S.300 100T4 9914 100i 71 Boutliern llallwar W0 3414 1414 3114 So. Hallway ptd 300. 7tH 7114 7114, Tenneaeeo Copper ) 354 35H M1 . Tejaa A Pacific 1 Union laclflo 11,00 1534 1H44 , Union I'aclflo ptd 200 tt 84S UU j United BUtea Itealtr .. 100 7Vt 4414 United Btatea Rubber. .. 100 4 4 3t4 United Btatea Bteel.. . . 38.100 2H J1J4 V 3. Bteel pfd 100 103"4 103S4 la , Utah Copper 200 1114 UK M Va -Carolina Chemical . 4 Wabalh 1M la 114 Wabaih pM " t Weatern Maryland Weatern Union 100 414 J414 Wentlnghouee Klectrlo ... WJ 64' 44 441, r Wheellns & L 11 , ? Ei-dlvldend. t , Total aalea for the day, 232.900 aharea. Boston Mlnlnir Stock. BOSTON, April 18.-Closlng quotations on mining stocks were us, follows: Allouet K Mohawk H' Araal. Copper 7414 Nevada Cos. . . 17V4 A. Z. L- A S 21 Mplaalns Mlnea 9 T Arizona Com 214 North Putte 14 , I). A C (' 8. M. North Lake . 1H . Cal A Arliuni. ... M Old Poralnloa ... 4914 . Cal A Ilecla 475 Oaoeola 8 Centennial 141Qulnoy M Copper Itanra C. (J 44H Shannon 11 Kaal tlutta a M.... 19 truperlor 311 FranVlln 7 Superior A II. M.. 31 Olroui On 3 1-H Tamarack 2914 1 Clranby Con 4314 U. 8. 8. K. A M. .. 40'4 1 llreent Cananea . . 714 do Pfd 49'4 I.le Iloyale Copper. iUtah Con 9 Kerr Lake 314 Utah Copper Co..... 3314 Lake Copper 141 Winona 214 I Sella Copper .. 414 Wolverine W Miami Copper 2414 - Aaked. Nerr York Mlnlnir Stock. it NKW YORK, April 18. Closing quota " tlons on mining stocks wore: Com. Tunnel atock . 3 Melcan 70 do bonda 12 Ontario 200 Con. Cal. A Va 3 Ophlr to v Iron Silver 1M Small Hopes i Iadvllle Con. ... 4 Standard loo Little Chief 1 Yellow Jacket ... 25 Offered. SuRsr Market - NKW YORK. April la, SUGAR Raw, firm; Muscuvado, 2.o0c; centrifugal, 3.c; , molnsxcH sugar. 2.6lo; refined, steady. A