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( GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Millions of Bushels of Corn Liqui dated as Losses- BUYERS NAME THE PRICES lloldem of YelloTT Cereal Are Per fectly AVIllIna- -to Let Other Nmr Amount and FtKare of Dllvr4Cf. OMAHA. April II. 1914. Millions and millions of. bushels of lone corn were liquidated at severe losses to the bull holders and from the action of the market at the close last night there were still several Rood sited lines to bo taken Caro of. When the fact la eon. L'ljf sldered that the Drlce losses vesterdAV were anywhere from c to 2c, the total losses to the sellers of this grain were enormous. The average reader may possibly recall the sharp decline In this grain during tho last fortnight and It will be natural for him to ask as to the exact cause of the break. The answer may be put In two words "Argentine corn.,r That grain was sold down to 614a late yesterday In "Sew York for May, June and July ship ment. The sellers Were willing to allow the buyers to name the delivery and the i. mount of purchase and as It was buyers wero also able to name the price for this grain, so urgent was the selling price. One New York broken was offered any part of 3.00O.CO0 bu. or Argentine corn alter the close last night and any posi tion between New Orleans and Maine for any delivery ho wanted. This shows that . IDIbCU 111 4.IIIB UVUI1IIJI U . TV...WI .ral. r . . i. . ,i v. . . ii will receive but little attention from the buyers unless the price Is lower materially. lAlMi More or less stubbornness was displayed by the wheat market, and while the May was a shade lower the more deferred months were fractionally higher. While the situation In wheat may not be called bullish the matter of sentiment has changed somewhat. In referring to the seeding of wheat In jB western Canada, a- well known Authority ifMj says advices from there show that con ' eiderable progress Tiaa been made In seed- '' lng In Sasketchwan khd Alberta, that Oi the prospect appears favorable for an In ' crease of 5 per cent or mbre- In the fiasketwachan acreage, with fldrrie Jn , Krease in the area seeded to wheat la he other provinces. The provision list was lower. 'Tliere Bvas considerable liquidation "By longs nd the support that was muo'lv needed . .railed to put In Its appearance. The advance of Sc In this price of hogs- at' the yards had little effect on values. In the Pit. " . Cash wheat was. .unchanged to 4c higher. . . Cash corn was WTlc higher. Cash oats were H0!ic higher. - Clearances: Wheat and flour, 308.00J bushels: corn, 7,000 bushels; oats, 32,000 bushels. Liverpool close: Wheat, unchanged to "d higher; corn, Jd hlt'her. - Primary wheat receipts were 333,000 bushels and shipments 309,000 bushels, against receipts of 471,000 bushels and shipments of 2,422,000 bushels last year. rrimary corn receipts wora.. 1X3,000 bush els and shipments 0SO.DO0 bushels, against receipts of 346,000 bushels and shipments of 1,183,000 bushels last year. Primary oatB 'receipts were 490,000 bush els and shipments. 6S7.000 bushels,-against recelriu of 698.0CO bushels and shipments of SHo.OOO bushels last year. .fARLOT RECEIPTS. , -Wheat. Corn Oats. Minneapolis -,li9 ., v, ljujuth '.' 19 Omaha .v. A 16 4 8 Kwnsas- City V.t.". '20 25 11 SU-Louis...- . .-..v.47 1Q 22 U.lnnipeg 827 .. . Omalja . . Cash. . Prlees-r-Wheat-No. S haru winter: l car. SoVtc Oats Stand ard: 1 car, if7c. No. 2 white: 1 car; ;c; cars. 364c No. 4 white: 1 ear. 36,4c. Corn No. .-3 white: 3 cars, Uci 3 cars. Uvuc. No. 2 yellow: 8 cars, 65c, No. 3 yollov ,2 vn, c; 3 cars, 4Hc; 4 cars( U:; 3 cars, 64e. No. 4 yellow,'. 1 Car, bit. 'o. 2 mixed: 2 cars, ,64c Kb. 3 mixed: 3 earn, 63Hc; 12 cars, 6JV4c. No. 4 mixed: 2 car, tiJc; 3 cars, 62lict 1. car, uMo. . cars. 61c. .. v Omtihft Cash Prions WheAt: Mir-? liar A. S4HwV4c; No. 3 hard, My4iwo: o. 4. tHt!4V4c. No. 3 white. 6364c; No. 4 wnltc. 62ttB$c:'by yellow. 64e3Sc; . u. 3 yellow. C4t)6oc; No. 4 yellow, bSM Ulo, No. ?, '63?iWc; Ko, 3, 634G63ic No. , G2OW0, rto grade, 603c. Uats: No. 2 white, , 37V437vc; standard, 37cf No. 3 h.i, 36W036HCV No. 4 white, Stiyic- Uar ley: Malting, 5&359c; No. 1 feed. 45fif62c. ,,: .o. 2, 67H4MC; No, 3, 67Q67HC " 1 ' ' CHICAGO tiUAI.V AND PROVISIONS I'en,lure.s..jf tUe Trading nnd Clpalnjr Prlcen on Ubard -t. Trade. .ClllCAGb, April Jl.-Rapldly decreas ing 'world reserves had a good deal to do tDilay with--Inspiring mow - -friendliness for the buying side of wheat. Accord ingly the market c!6sed firm at H8V4 o ndt" advance. ' Corn wound up iiirji ttlf above Sast night. Oats with a gain of SMMe and provisions Irregular, vary-, lng. lrom 60 off to a rise of 25c. falling' 6f f In the total of the' world's available- stock waa given decided at tention, on, account .of being largely In Europe or atloat from there. Besides tho extent of 'the 'dwindling, about 15, tU)D0 bu. as .compared with a-year ago, made the,, bulls alert, for chances .of a renewal of exports from the United Stare.,.- the more so :as a cargo of 150.00m bu of hard winter wheat was today loaded out of elevators and put under ordt'rs for shipment east. Export blcs were' but- little, outsldo tf Working limits ot. new crgp .wheat. Complaints of dry weather along the western edge of the winter crop belt tended furtner to keep the wheat from any. Important setback.. Several counties in "Nebraska reported notable losses In acreage owing to lack of moisture. There was -word too, from Missouri that Hessian fly iamage waa no longer a theory, but Id I'ettls county at least was a demon strated fact. It lookeu as If liquidating sales of corn had- for the time being reached an end. The west and southwest mnortert IriiPt-oVed demand from feeding section,. unu duiiic vi me mrgcr snuris nere evinced considerable eagerness to cover on all weak spots Jn the market. Cush dealers In Chicago said they were re ceiving, good, orders or Immediate loaa tng to-fill in gaps east before the bulk of tho Argentine new crop would arrive. Nevertheless the May delivery here de cisively lost Its, premium over deferred deliveries. In the oats crowd'eash houses were conspicuous buyers, presumably re moving .hedges on spot oats sold over night. $0 0 east. Provisions broke sharply as a result of i-iMiipiieu unloading on me part of dls courugfd lonss who had to contend with a decline In the price of hogs. Packers, however, finally came to the support or the market and caused a rally, especially In porK. f dotat'ons closed as follows: Artli'letOpen. Hlgh.l Low. Close. I Y e a y, Wheal May, July. Corn .May. July: Oil j f May.I am 63 62; 39H Pork A May.1.19 July.! 19 40 60 lard.' MavJlOOO July.I 10 mi Ulbs . r MaM 10 75 JulyiKlOSO 10 73 10 93 Chicago Cash Prices-Wheat: No. 1 red, WUOlHc; No. 3 red, 924QJ4c; No. I hard, Jfi9i'4c: no. nam iri)ii .10. 2 northern. 9'fio-, No. 3 northern. 924? sir: Nn 2 anrine. 93Ufl944c: No. 3 spring. 9J45.0S4T. Corn: No. 3, C34lS66'.4c; No. 3 white tc; No. 3 yellow, (Ub(c. uais: No. white,' 37Mfi38Uc; standard, W4Q. Rye: Nominal. Barley 48Slc. Tltpothy: U0064.23, Clover- $8.(0312.00. Pork! $19.t5. Lard: $9.93. Ribs: J10.J7Hffl0.S7H. BUTTER-Steady creameries, lfra24e. CHEESE - Steady, daisies. 17C174c; twin. .UttftUHc; Americas, 164CWc; lonrhorns. .'4l4c. POTATOES Steady, receipts, 47 cars; Wisconsin red, ttc; Wisconsin white, 6&7te EOGS-Hs;beri' receipts, I. cases; at lift 51 8I H .6JJ 62H 2H 62H 37 364 36 3J!4 V .iSto 37 . S6H 19 65 19 40 19 65 19 40 19 SO 19 55 19 SO 19 65 10 H 9 10 00 10 Oi 10 30 10 124 10 20 10 25 i 10 674 10 "3 I 10 SO I 10 8741 10 95 I 10 98 mark, cases Included, KgUHc; ordinary firsts. 173'l7c: firsts. lSaiSVte. POUlrnY-Allve. higher, springs. 18c; fowls, 17c. OMAHA OEXE1UI, MAIIKKT. BlITTEIl No. 1, l lb. cartons. 26e; No. 1. 60-lb. tubs. 26c CHEESE Imported Swiss. SOe; Ameri can Swiss. Sic; block Swiss, 22c; twins, 21c; daisies, 21c; triplets, 21c; Young Americas. 32c; blue label brick, 19a; Urn burger, 1-lb., 20c; New York white, Jlc. FISH White, 11c; trout, 22c; large orap ples. Mo to If. Spanish mackerel, 16c; shad roe, per pair, 60c; salmon, 16c hali but, 12c; buffalo. 9c, channel catfish, 14c, pike, 12c; pickerel. 9c, BEEP CITT8-NO. 1 ribs, 17KcS No. 2. UVjCi No. 3, l&UC No. 1 loins, 19c: No. 2, 17c; No. 3, 16Hc. No. 1 chucks, 11c; No. 2, lo"4c; No, S, lfc. No. 1 rounds. 13Hc: No. 2, lSHa; No. 3, HHc No. 1 plates. 9c; No. 2, SHc; No. 3, Sc I'OuLTHY lirollets, Tk.-; hens. Ue: cocks, 9c; ducks, 14c; geese. 19c. turkeys. 20c: pigeons, per dozen. U.20; ducks, full feathered, 14c; geese, full feathered, 10a; squabs, No. 1, H.&X&2.00; No. 2, SOc. FltUlTS Oranges: Navel. 64. per box. $2.15; SO. per box, 2S; 96. 100. US. ISO, 300, 216. ,2nO and 2SS, per box, 1200. Lemons: Bunklat, 300 and 360. per box, 15.00: Red Ball, 200 and 340. per box, $4.60. Grape fruit: 36. M; 46, (4.00; 54. )4.60 ; 64 and SO, $5.00. Apples; Extra fancy Colorado, Bn Davis, per box, $12S; Missouri pippin, per box, $2.25. PI nappies: 24, 30, 36, S4.00. Straw berries: $2.50 per crate, VEGETABLES Cabbage: New, 2Hc per lb., old, 2Hc per lb.; red globe onions, per lb., 4c; Imported onions, per crate, $2.00; peppers, per basket, COc: fancy Florida tpmatoes, per crate, $4.00; choice, toma toes, per Crate. $3.60; cucumbers, per dot.; $1.00 to $1.60; fresh beets, carrots, turnips, radishes, parsely, per doz. SOc; hudlet tuce. per dox., $1.60; old beets, carrots, turnips and parsnips, per lb.; 2t: honey, per case. $3.00: elder, per keg, $3.00; rloe popcorn, per lb., 3c; shelled popcorn, per lb., 4c; crackerjack, per cbjm. $3.60; half ??!? ,l,78; n,w Potatoes, per hamper. $3.00; sweet potatoes per hamper. $2.00; banas, per bunch, $1.60 to $3.60. Corn and Wheat IVenton llnlletln. Corn and wheat region bulletin of the United States Department of Agriculture, weather bureau, at Omaha, for the twen-ty-four hours ending at 8 a. m., 7Mh meridian time, Tuesday, April 21: OMAHA DISTRICT. Temn. Rain. Stations. HlBli. Low. fall. Sky. Clear Clear a ear Pt. cloudy Pt.' cloudy Clear Clear Clear Pt. cloudy Clear Clear clear Pt. cloudy Pt. cloudy Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Ashland, Neb,. 76 53 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 ,00 .00 .00 .00 .Ofr .00 .00 .00 .00 , .00 .00' AUDurn, Net... 76 33 B'ken Bow. Nb SS 4S Colunibus, Neb. 81 M Culbertson. Nb. 91 3il Fairbury. Neb.. 77 6$ Fairmont, Neb. SI 3S Od. Island, Nb. S4 4$ Haj-Ungfn, Nb 84 55 Hastings, Neb.. f5 43 Holdrege, Neb. 83 40 Lincoln, Neb,.. 77 64 No. Platte. Nb 4 4K Onkdale, Neb.. 85 43 umana, Meo.... tl m Tokamah, Neb, 73 44 Valentine, Nb. 74 60 Alte, la,.,.,.,,. 62 80 Carroll, la . 63 32 Clarlnda, la.... 67 30 Sibley, la, 67 33 Bloux City, la. 70 4S .00 clear Minimum temperature for twelve.hour period ending at S a. m. DIRTItlCT AVERAGES. No. of Temp.- Raln Dlstrlct. stations. Hltrh. Low. fall. coiumous, o 18 Louisville. Ky... 22 Indla'polts, Ind.. 13 Chicago, 111 24 St,. Louis, Mo.... 13 Dcs Moines, la., 24 Minneapolis .... 2 Kan. City. Mo.. 32 Omaha, Neb 17 40 34 .00 44 32 .00 40 30 .00 44 32 .0) 60 M .00 '60 3il .00 64 34 .10 74 44 .00 SO 44 .00 Freezing temperatures, with frosts, were general 'in the lake region and south over Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky within tho last twenty-four hours. The weather Is warmer throughout the entire region this morning. L. A. WELSH, Local forecaster. Weather Bureau. Nctv York GenernI Market. NEW YORK, April n.-SUQAR-Raw. steady; molasses. 2.33c: centrlfuiral. s.DKo. Refined, steady; Cut loaf, 5.06c: .crushed, 4.6S: mold A. CIV! rtnhAa I IRc. V"VW powdered. 4.06c; powdered, 4c; fine fsranu inien. a aw; diamond a, , isac; conrco- i"-"-1"' yeariings, u.s)Hi,i.ou wetners, tlbners' A, 3.60c; No. 1, 3.6Je. 'So.75te7.00; ewes, $4.7o&25. BUTTER Steady: "receipts, 7,700 tubs;! ' creamery extras,- 252SHc; firsts, 23H I Sioux Cltr Lire Stock .ttnrket. 24Hc; belli extras. 23c; process extras, 2w 304c. UHEESE-Steady; receipts, 2,300 boxes; state, held, whole milk, fresh specials, lSttJflic J KUGS Steady; receipts, 36,000 cases; fresh gathered extra, 21422c; storage packed, firsts. tOYJfiici nearby hennery whites, 222Sc; gathered whites, 22c. POULTRY'-Qulct; western chickens, frozen, l5J20c; fowls, 14lic; turkeys, 12S-16C. Knnsaa CltV Grain anry Provlslnna, KANSAS CITY, April 2L WHEAT No. 2 hard, E5iJJ89o; No, 2 red, fc&hfflc; May, 84c; July, SHifl81c. CORN-No. 2 mixed, 67c; No. 3. 65c; No. 3 white, 6869e! No. 3, 67c; May, HWc uais- wo. z wuite, HHaoSc; No. s mixed, 364337c. BUTTER Creamery, 21c; firsts, 23c; seconds, 22c; packing stock, 15c. EGOS-Flrsts. 174c; second, 15c, POULTRY Huns, 134c; springs. 15c. Mlnneaiioli Grain Market. MINNEAPOLIS, April 21. WHEAT No. 1 hard, 93c; No. 1 northern. 91 9234c: No. 2 northern. 8300 Uc: No. a. Kt;,ii 8Sc: May, S9c; July, 904c riAJUti uncnanged. BARLEY 4347c. RYJStt554557c BRAN Unchanged. CORN No. 3 yellow. 61g14c OATS-No. 3 white. 35'4iaf33ic. FLAX$1.541.56. Liverpool Grain Market. LIVERPOOL, April 21. WHEAT Spot, quiet; No. 2 red western winter. 7s 3d; No. 1 Manitoba.. 7s 34d; No. 2, 7s 24d; No. 3, 7s I4d; futures, firm; May, 7s l,d; July, 7s 2td: October, 7s Id. CORN Spot, quiet; American mixed, 6a 7d; La Plata futures, frm; July, 4s 64d; September, 4s 64d. St. Louts GenernI Market. ST. LOUIS. April 21. WHEAT No. 2 red, 93,i204Hc: No. 2 hard, SS&'JSc; May, WSc; July. 834c CORN No. 2, 60c; No. 2 white, 70 704c: May, 64c: July, 65Hc. OATS-No. 2, S84c; No. 2 white, 40c; May, 37c: July, 36ii837c. RYE 614c- New York Money Market. NEW YORK. April 21.-MONEY-Call. steady, at m2 per cent; ruling rate, l4 per cent; closing bid, l$i2 per cent. TIME LOANS Easier; 60 days, 24-W3 per cent; 60 days, 3 per cent; six months, 3ti34 per ent. MERCANTILE PAPER-34S4 Pr cent. STERLING EXC HA NOD Firm; J days, $4.8533; demand. $4.t7C6. COMMERCIAL BILLS-$4.85H. SILVER Bar, t$4c; Mexican dollars. 454c. HONDS Government, steady, railroad, easy. Metal .Market. NEW YORK. April 21. METALS Lead, quiet, $3.7503.85; London, 13 2s 6d, Spelter, quiet, 45.1066.20; London, 21 15s. Ctprer, nominal; spot and June. Ill.fxa dull. C'ockson's. $7.25. Iron, quiet, Un- rnunvem London prices: copper, firm; spot, 61 6s 3c)j tutures. 61 tj so. Tin. firm; spot, 161 lis; futures, 153 15s. Iron Cleve land warrants, 60s 74d. ST. LOUIS, April 21. METALS Lead, dull, $3.70, Spelter, dull. $50586.074. Cotton Market, NLW YORK", April 21.-XTTON- Fut ures closed steady; May, 12.25c; July. 12,43c; August, 12.13c; October, 11.62c; De cember, 11.68c; January. 11.52c. Spot, quiet; middling, UlOc; gulf, "13.35c; no sales. Dry Goods Market, NEW YORK, April 21.-DRY GOODS Cotton goods and cotton yarn markets were quiet today. Bilks for late fall de livery wens being ordered carefully, Du plicating on fall men's wear was not so active. r:vr pornlf , Aiipira mil Urled l'ratf .XE.wOHK AP" Jl EVAPORATED APPLES Firm. DRIED KRIMTS-Prunes, firm. Aprl cots, quiet Peaches, steady. Raisins, dull. IIIUj bbfc: NEW YORK STOCK MARKET Advances Despite Depressing Influ ence of Mexican Crisis. CROP CONDITIONS ARE BETTER Advance In Western Hall Slinres Ascribed In Pnrt This Rally In Oil Shnrea Strengthen ing Influence. NEW YORK, April 21.-Notwitohstand-lng the depressing Influence of the Mex tcancrlsls, the stock market advanced to day. Technical conditions proved to have a stronger Influence than the Mexican tiews. ft was apparent that the steady selling on the decline of the last week had brought about an oversold condition. It was aeserted by some brokers that In proportion to the amount of business there was now outstanding a larger short Interest than at any other time recently. Whether or not such an unusual condi tion exists, otferinxs were sufficiently scarce to Impel short covering on a ris ing scale jf prices. uniy once snortiy alter tne opening rise wtis the upward movement halted. Prices were forced back to yesterday's close, but the demand expanded on tho recession, and the market quickly bought a nigner level, unce again tne Dears at tempted a raid and succeeded In forcing Lehigh Valley to 13SU. but the weakness of this stock hod no Influence else where. The advance was most senoral In the railroad list. In which there were neari ya score or gains of 1 to 2 points, but some of the Industrials, Including Steel and Amalgamated, rose strongly. The street was hs greatly absorbed In news as It Was yesterday and speculators were on edge all day awalntlng some de velopments of sufficient Importance to exert a decided Influence on the market. Up to the time of the closing, however, no such news had been received, and although Washington advices gave the situation a still graver aspect, compara tively little Influence waa exerted by this factor. Bullish traders pointed to the rise of today a proof of their prophecy that the market would advance In case of hostilities. They held that decisive ac tion In Mexico would put ultimately more favorable conditions for corporations with Interests In the southern republic. Tho government's .weekly weather re port showed that conditions luui been favorable for corn and wheat, to which waa attributed In part the advance of the wee tern railroad shares. Aonther strengthening Influence was the rally In nil share. Those, dealt In 6n the curb made- up most of yesterday's extended slump. Bonds did not share In tho rise In stocks. Municipal Issues In particular were, heavy. Total sales, par value, $2,S30,Wa United States bonds were un changed on call. CHICAGO LIVK STOCK .MARKET Cattle SJoTf nnd Steady lings Wcnk nnd Lower, CHICAGO. April 1. CATTLE Re ceipts, 3.600 head; market slow and steady; calves, lower; beeves, $7.05fi9.40: Toxas steers, $7.16ff3.20; western steers, t7.00fi8.10:- stackers and feerleri. MROflmK- cows .and heifers, $3.tt5n6.i50; calves, $6M Iio'as-Recelpts. 11.000 head; market veak and 1016o lower: bulk of sales. $S6oa;8.C0; light, $8.35-88.60; mixed. $8.3Jtf m neavy, w.iwtffl.w rotlgll, Pigs. J7.KKh8.30. SHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts, 19.000 neaa; marKet cteaay to wc lower; native, $3.3S(Srfl.5: .western. $.V45fi6.90; yearlings, minor, native, ;s.zyut.-3; west em, $6.3038.G0. Knnsnn City Live Stnnk Market. KANSAS CITY. April 21. C A TT LE Receipts. 8,000 head; market steady; prime fed steora. $K.M(B9.2i; dressed beet steers, $7.S0ys.GO; western steers, $7.15JJ8.65; south ern steers. $6.60S.25; cows, $4.60S7.7S; heifers. $6.259.00; stockers and feeders, $C.25$.20; bulls, 3.;6.J7.; calves, $8.C0 HOOS-Recelpts, 13,000 head; market 10c iu iao tower; duik or sales, $8.2&ff.s.60; ilea..,a40?f8-;0i Packers and butchers. $8.30ftK.SS; light. $8.2068.50: nirs. S7.60fl.15. BMEJE1' AND LAMBS Receipts, 16.000 JV?SlJj r"nrlet "tcady to 10c lower; Inmbs, SIOUX CITY, April 21. CATTLE Re- celpts, 1,600 head: market weak; native steers, I,t5QS.30: buteheM. l6.OCtalS.00; western Bteers, $3,754(5.50; cows and heif ers. $5,706.60; canners. $3.75.&0; stockers and feeders, $6.9C7.26: calves, $7.50 10.00; bulls, stags, etc., $3.i&S7.00. HOOS-Recelpts. 7.500 head:, market 16c to 20c lower; heavy. $8.358.40; mixed, $8.S0(8.85; light, $S.2BaS.30; bulk of sales, $8.t5K8.374. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.500 head; market I0o lower; fed muttons. $8.60 S7.10; wethers, $6.00Q.60; ewes, $4.60iffiS.50; lambs, $0.25(88.10 St. Loniai Lire Stock Market. ST. LOUIS, April 21, CATTLE Re ceipts, 3.500 head; market steady; beef steera. $7.603a.2d; cows and heifers. $4.25 S.75; stockers and feeders, $5.t0ff8.00; southern steers, $5.7506.10; cows and heif ers, $4.609&RJ; calves, $6.00610.00. HOGS Receipts, 10,500 head; market 10c to 15o lower; pigs and lights. $7.0OS.77V5; mixed and butchers, $S.JS.824; good heavy, $8.7038.75. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2.000 head; market steady; muttons, $5.76tJ.75; lambs, $7.0OS.45, St. Joseph Live Stock Market. ST. JOSEPH, Mo., April Il.-CATTLE-St'C1 ll6fl0 nea'J: market slow; steers. ttn, hc,fcr"' iKiISZ.Rfce,pi!,.6'5!? head! market 1(VJP c 16wer; top, $8.60; bulk of sales, $S.3&B SHEEP AND IASinS Receipts, 4.00) head; market alow; lambs, 37.258 8,15. Live Stock In Stunt. Receipts of live stock at the five prin cipal western markets yesterday: ft. Lou.. ,&8hr& 1.600 South Omaha .... St. Joseph t:hlcago 7.500 1.500 . 4.900 . 1.600 .11.000 13.000 ll.OM 19.100 Totals 30,500 61,500 4S.6X Ull and noaln. Jj,EW. TORK. April 21.-COTTONSEFn ROSIN-Qulet. TURPENTINE Steady. Treasury Statement. of hi9 r'ntSra.OT 2,The "ndltlon of the United Mates treasury at the be- Binning of business today was as follows, Net balance in general fund, $W,313,658; total receipts yesterday. $994,902; total payments yesterday, $1,710,940. The deficit this fiscal year is $31,529,841. against a surplus of $8,341,565 last year, exclusive of the Panama canal and public debt transactions. .ucnl Securities. Quotitiom furnlha ty Dunn Drlnkir A Oo ll Omaht Nitloml UnV bulMlngi BMtrle Orimrr pfd Bt'i' A,11', Council Dluftt. Is., a, Ic K. Ii sj ! Deer 4. Co. I., e. notet. 1U t Wi Dr To. pfd j? rilrciODt Crtmry pfd , ft ,M rtirmont Crmrr com.... jjj i UumMon. !., (Hi. lit 0 10T vrrm- "v. '-.j?--- 'i nidi v.u. ivoi is, jyjf Ko. Cltr Tnnlol Rf. it. IMS M Kn. Cltr. C C. ftt. J. i. mi .. Lincoln. N.. Trtetlaa Ii j Llseola Co., Kch,, Drtdn li. 1121... 1U 104. tl U M H torn 10 mm N. W SUI Port. Ctnwnt nti 7 n. tn Omilt E. I. A. P. It. IIM ".. Cltr t Oniha Bwir 4HI, 1IJ 101 l IIT 01 omtna tut. 1111 mill in. Omh A O B, Hi. Itr. J, 2t M ifli omtbt. il r n si. nr. pfj n 12 Ontka A C. B. R. k D u rortlwd. Or. L. k P. Ii, lilt ... M ciu Slit ot ColKoratt im T 17 III glutton. 8. D.. I, lilt VI 100 sm r i. mi ttn ns Swift Co T pr ent . jmu lOju tlou tllr Bto.k Yard H. lll. . I1U ttv. Eitl School . Uti l&j jot t'oloa Stock Yird. Oauhi i t t-n wf?-Klr.m: a,ei- 708 bb'-: receipts. bKbJ,',! s'"Pmet. bbls.; stock" 95,889 bbls. Quotations: A and B, $3.75 c and d, nh: e. .sofi3.85r f. Um: g $3.95; H. $4.10; I. $4.15:R. $4.30S4;K); M $4.60; N, $5.40; WO and Ww! $575. ' UMAliA, WJbiUMLJSUAV, APKHj L"J, 1JU4. Kugel Issues Rules to New Polioemeii Instructions that they should never en ter a saloon except In the tine of duty, and that persona friendship of a wrong doer for any official should never pre vent an arrest, were given by Police Commissioner Kugel to fourteen recruits who appeared In the office of Chief Dunn for directions as to how to begin their careers as policemen. Commissioner Kugel's nntl-booie In structions, which were taken as an an nouncement of a new policy, were given In addition to the usual words of advice from himself and Chief Dunn. VOLUNTEER BILL IS PASSED Measure Taking Militia Regiments Into Regular Army Adopted. WILL REVISE EXISTING LAW Ita Author Assert Knrce Conlil Re Ilnlsed JIore Qnlckly Thnu L'ndcr the Present Statute. WASHINGTON, April tl.-Tha senate pasted the volunteer army bill taking into tho regular servlco mllltla regiments In time of war. The bill has alrtady passed the house. The bill would revise the law under which a volunteer force was organised for the Spanish-American war In 1S9S. Its authors claim that a volunteer force could be raised more quickly than under the existing law; that it would prevont the payment of bounties, would do away with a short term of enlistment by mak ing the tho term of the volunteora the tame as those In the regular army; would procure tho necessary number of men at the beginning of the war for a long pe riod, thus making drafting unnecessary and would decrease the pension list after the war. Unlike tho present law. the bill would provide for tho recruiting of all organ isations of lund forces. This would In clude training sorvlce, to which duty partially disabled officers would be" as signed when superseded by able-bodied men at the front. President to Appoint. Another change In the txlatlng law would give the president Instead of tho governors of the states the authority to appoint all officers for the volunteer forces, requiring him to give preference In their selection to those who have had military training and instruction In tho regular army, National Guard and vol unteer forces of military schools. Instead of the volunteer forces waiting to be called Into service Until all the or ganized mllltla of all arms has been called, It would permit tho organization of volunteers of a particular nrm as soon as the mllltla of that particular arm had been put Into service. Another pro vision Is that the number and grade of officers should be the same In the volun teer forces as in the regular army The present strength of the ( organized mllltla, including officers ana men, is, anbroxlmatelv. 120.000. according to the ment. How They Are Divided. These civilian soldiers are divided as follows: Alabama .... Arizona Arkansas .. California .. Colorado .... Connecticut 2.5491 Montana ., 610 Nebraska 1.17: 1.SS9 3.613 1.446 2,641 N. Hampshire..., 1,258 Nevada New Jersey 4.SS2 New Mexico.... 648 Delaware 482 New York 15,957, D. of Columbia 1,646 Florida I.t20 Georgia 2.59S Hawaii 465 Idaho 840 North Carolina. 2.668 North Dakota.. 629 Ohio 6.H0 Oklahoma 952 Oregon 1,467 Illinois 6.914 Punnsyivania...iu.bH Indiana ,.... 3,47V Rhode Island,.. 1,353 South Curollna. 1,900 Iowa 3,981 Kansas 1,824 South Dakota.. 679 Kentucky 2,013 Louisiana 1,142 Maine 1,448 Maryland 1.972 Tennessee 1.834 Texaa Utah Vermont Virginia Washington ... West Virginia. Wisconsin Wyoming ..... 2.561 351 S45 2,699 1.23S 1,383 2.991 683 Massachusetts. 3,793 Michigan 2.750 Minnesota 2,911 Mississippi 1.443! Missouri 3.576 Mustered out 1906, Takes Exception to Comparison of Chinese With Irish "That fellow Is talking through his wind shield," said an Omaha man, point lng to an article In the Sunday Bee In which E. G. Bcnnet, motor car salesman, referred to the similarity of the Chinese and the Irish as "nonpurchasers of .cars." "I do not know what tho Chinese do about motor cars, nor do I care, he con tinued, "but the assertion that the Irish at home are not buyers and Users of cars Is exploded gas. Perhaps the Irish are not buying Mr. Rennet's type of car and the aloofness is biting him. Omaha vis itors to Ireland an late as last year state that motor care are plentiful, both In public and private use, and are steadily crowding out horse vehicles. One Omaha man, who visited Ireland two years ago lamented the general use of motor cars In and around -Dublin and the consequent disappearance of the Irish Jaunting car. Another Omaha man, contemplating a visit to Ireland next summer, received assurances from Irish railroad officials that motor cars were plentiful and could be hired at all ponnts where stopovers were allowed on tourist tickets. If Mr. Bennet cart see only such cars as carry his label his enthusiasm may be commended from a salesman's point of view, but that Is no excuse for straining his wind shield with Imaginary guff," CHILD LABOR COMMITTEE MEETS MONDAY EVENING Members of the Nebraska cliilrl labor committee will meet In connection with the Conference of Charities and Correc tions, noxt Monday e.venlnt7 at dinner nt the Younc Women's Christian association. The committee Includes Judge How ard Kennedy, iJncoln Frost, Amy V. fitevens, I.uclle Eaves, all of Lincoln; Mrs. H. U. Keefe, Walthlll; Bishop Btecher, Kearney; Mrs. Harriet C, King, Benson; Miss Anna Kramph. North riatte, and Mrs. F. If. Cola and Dr. D. B. Jenkins of Omaha. BRIDEGROOM DID NOT WANT TO FORGET KEG, A memorandum evidently prepared to remind him of various things to bu done on his wedding dayt was left by a brldet groom on the dark of "Cupid" Hteuben dorf, who lraued the marriage license. On one side were the names of his wife's ancestors to be given "v-upld," while on the other were the following words. License, 12; keg, 12; suit, II; union suit, tl.Go; bow tit, 60 cents. Call up taxi. Pictures. OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET Trade in Cattle is Slow and Early Prices Are Lower- THIRTEEN THOUSAND H0C1S IN sheep nnd Lnmh Are Fnlrly Active and Aliont Steady nt Mnndny'n Prices Receipt Bleen Thnnunil Ilend. SOUTH OMAHA, April 21. 1914. Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Official Monday 4.970 &.W9 10,240 Kstimiuo xuosday t.WJ is,w i.iw Two clays this week. li.KO 21.240 Same days last week.. S.;M HJ7K 1S.2W amo days 2 vk. ago. 6.1 l.,93 17,111 fame days .1 wke. ago. V.2U H.l.tt bame days 4 wks. ago. 7.616 1..9U 26,l4 same days last year.. ,9S U,tti The following table shows the receipts of rattle, hogs and sheep at the Bouth Omaha live stock market for the your to date as compared with lust year; 1914. ma. inc, vcr.. Cattle t6ti,405 279,174 M.W0 Hogs 879.460 m,M '-6.641 bheep f!U,oo.) Utv,ilU llfts7$3 llecelnts and dliDosltlnn nt llva stork at the Union Stock Yards, South Omaha, for twenty-tour hums enuini: at a ouiock Yesterday; RECEH'ra-CARS. Cattle. Hogs.8heep. U., M. A St, P. Ry o U abash Ky 3 C 4 3 31 U 52 13 4 34 4 "s 1 IU Missouri Pacific Ry 21 Union Pacific Hy 31 C. & N.-V cast 9 C. t N.-W., went 55 C. St. P.. M. it O. Ry.... 17 C, B. fc U., east 11 u h. & y., west 21 V., R. 1. ot P., CHSt 12 C. R. 1. AS P., west 15 19 Illinois ventral ity 7 CIiIcuko OK'Ht Western.. 7 Total receipts 226 47 DISJPOSITION-HKAD. Cattle. Hogs. Sheen Morris .V Co 442 1,790 iltO tiwlft A Co 1.133 2.06S 1341 Cudahy Packing Co.... k;S 3.1U3 2,115 Aromour A Co .VJ S,txu 3,111 Schwartz 353 Morrell 69 Lincoln Packing Co.... 6 ... ... 8. Omaha Packltyj Co.. IS Kay Packing Co 232 ' ... v. II. VanBant Co 38 Benton. V. 8. & Lush.. 53 Hill & Son 23 K. B. Luwls..., 7j liutton & Co.. 16 J. B. Hoot & Co 37 J. II. Bulla 49 Kosenstock Bros. 99 ... ... Mc Creary A Kellogg,." 35 ; ucrthclmer A Uceen.. 113 Sullivan Bros 2 Kothach d M Mo. A Kan.-Cal. Co.... 84 ... . ... Hlgglns 15 Hutrman 3 Koth .... 49 Meyers .' 4 .,. ... Qlassberg 1 uaKor. Jones A Smith.. 14 Tunner Bros 61 John Harvey 95 Other buyers.... 236 ... 3,394 ?!5., m 11,W (!A TTf.P nr.Alni lit.... I ii this morning, 196 cars being reported in. iiiio niBHca mo ioibi ior ine two days this week 9,870 head, a gain ot about 1,600 as compatcd with the same daya last week nml tit nlitM.I vitrei .. pared with tho corresponding period a aT UfiUl fne extreme close on the beef cattlo nmrkrt vttfrrin if u-n .in... t . than tho yearly market; In fact, trad -" in vtry unsansiaciory condition. J.'i'.u "lornl'iK, with liberal receipts and With HdVlCi.fl frnm Ath.c nAln. ...... encouraging, the trade was again very Z. .', . " " ..f.n. ranging anywhere from f'e,at,y to a little lower. If compared ?Jl' th. "tfemo low point yesterday, the decline would be verv small. COWS ftnrl llAlfAra w... I . ..... . .1 ., "Bht receipt, the supply consisting largely r " " " euuw io marxet jon good heifers and lightweight cows was active and prices on such were fully steady. Heavy and undesirable kinds wero slow ''fed", owing to a very light supply of uiwc ui una ueicnpuon, tnis week com mnn.d f n.i... ..... The market closed In bad shape on beef steeis, prices being tn most cases lOo lower. This moans that the market Is t.nu-.w. luwir man josi veeK s close, quotations on Cattle: Good to prime HV?Si 't i" Bood beet steers, "wuo.iv, common to rair Deer steers. 17.10 OS.lo; good to choice cornfed holfers, !-2?i?(A'.; .oou t0 choice cornfed cows. 18.W3i..5; fair to good grades, jo.00ati.7j; common to fair grades, l4.a5W6.0O; good to cnolce atocKers and teeuers, i,i56.w; talr to good stockers and feeders, j.tttfl 1.16; common to fair stockers and feeders, 6,5u'i.a; stock cows and hollers, th.vOu 7.60; stock calves, to.60tB.25; veal calves, K.7ol0.25; bulls, stags, etc., f6.Z54Ji.60. Kipreaentatlve sales: No. II.... I, .. 20.... .... 17.... I.... 24..,. n.... it.... Av. nr. .... 921 7 16 ....1031 7 71 ..,.1(10 7 7i .,..101 7 7i ....1011 7 M .... )IS 119 ....1117 7 II ....lilt 7 U ....loo; 7 io ho. At. Pr. 27 im I 10 17 177S I U to. llll 11 U ..,.1M I It II ...llll I U il... .1211 J10 10.. 1041 I 14 ii 1112 I M 1., I.. ..ltlO I IS 21. ,.1011 THO 111 I 16 1 1142 7 0 10 ' (41 I tl ii... una a on h in: 1 :i is to 21 I II 11..... 7 10 I .. Ill I 00 ..1011 I 00 Zl 1541 I 10 27 III! I II 27 14SI I IS 4 ltd I 41 ..1211 100. ..1210 100 ..1042 I 01 ..10IO I lo ..1081 I 10 21 II J I 10 20 1417 I fa 14 , llll III 17 UTI I 7i C lattji a 411 1117 I lb 1271 I 10 STJSEIia AJfU HKIKiilta. t til 7 10 121 7 tl II T 7 24 7 107 7 74 10 lOiO 7 -25 4 too I 00 7 7 24 H let I 2J COWa. 1 1000 1 11 2 1110 1(4 1 170 i 24 1 101 Tl 1 4 U llll I 71 1 7K I 74 4. mo I 11 2 r.i M It..., ma a, I IM t 14 22 SI 111 1 1000 24 7 UI0 7 0) 2 171 I Si 1 1440 7 tO 2 10U I ti 4 1217 7 10 I...... tiM s ii io nn i -s " ",.,.. M0 7 40 . ejeesw Vm . i,. i, .11)1 2 MO I 74 I M j 2 740 40 I m 7 II 1 luro t vu 4 100 7 IO 4 1015 7 40 I7 7 40 15.... . 044 7 00 1U 7 10 US 7 10 J 470 24 BULLS 2... titt I so 1 .IN lit .....1270 I N t.... 1220 I 7i IIH I II 1 1enn ti 1240 M t MO 7 00 710 7 00 1 7 00 J 10M 7 00 .1200 4.1 ,.1710 10 .1170 I 40 IMA a S.I UALVKS 2 fY) 7 M 1 2(0 I 00 14 Mi 10 1 240 00 t 200 10 i m o tji 1 . . ?M a t a 1 MO 71 1 100 71 t t0 10 00 1 '10 0 24 "STOCKHRS ANO KEEDKHS. l 7 oo ii IM Tit Ml 7 40 10 Ml T 0 17 0 7 40 in r 74 il 7 to to 711 7 to Jl 742 7 fit ' " WESTERNS SOUTH DAKOTA8, IS ylg !0 7 41) 10 cows 310 6 3 et feeders.. 107 7 65 he shippers and tney made their first bids nt figures that were right around 20c lower. Salesmen wer innkimr tnr . SHEEP-At t'o a opening or tito market una morning ouyer anu fellers wore a little slow 'n getting together, but It was r.nt irino- hfnrA trsrf. nmMAa . , .vniiiicdvcu, anu the movement scaleward was fairly actlvo at prices that would average about sieaa.- wun yesterciay s general market on both sheep and lambs. The total re ceipts were fairly large for Tuesday, as they amounted to some forty-seven cars, or 11.000 head, compared with to.ooo a week ago and 8,172 a year ago. The fact mat apout mteen cars wera readers from Wyoming and Idaho seomed to atlmufate trade, and while prices wera practically in the same notches as yeateraay th better feeling waa due to the small per centage of fat sheep and lambs. Chicago had a good run today and ad vices from there and other points wete more bearish than otherwise Packers were even mere bearish than sharp break, and whllo a good many sell" ers started out asking steady prices, most of them wero willing to concede a de cline ot at least (10c. and alter the first rounds the majority of the hogs were otf.red at figures that were n fiat ultno lower. The decline proponed by the pack ers was considered tntlrely toa large, however, and as buyers returned to better their offers the market was Ht a stand still ftom the very outset, Mhlpping hogs being practically the only one sold until lato In tho forenoon, Salesmen held out nearly all forenoon In nn effort to strengthen the trade up, but buyers flatly refused to Impiovc their early bids; In fact, in a number of cnes offers were lowered Inutead of being raised, and when tho genorous supply finally started to move Klowly the llgures paid wero largely 20o lower. No. Av. Hn. Pr. A. 8ti. Pt. 7... . Jl Nn S ... . M . I to 74 HI 110 l II m .. I M ... M II 117 150 10 M ... tTUj JS 11) ... I JO M U ... 14 II l W I 10 M t... . W 19 MH M Jf.1 ... I 10 1$ HI ... I MM s hi 1.0 i m u in ! o i m !....::.n ii i J . JM ... 8)0 It irt ... WH it . ..tot 4(1 i h ;''.!. mi ii im X JW $1 Ill 10 t K H tu io i m e us ... im M M I M II MO 10 M II M ... JO II Ill U I U . JW ... I JO 11 334 H IK i wi io t M : iii to i Jl ... 30 II m ... I M II Sti ... ISO t m .- itu 'J S J JO M . .. 9 10 I 40 Ii W4 . . I JO 41 IIS ... 40' 62 IT! IJO I JO 7K... 140 M I 40 I X ISO I 30 M MS I 10 :r . ...mi io sso tu iro 4.i 40 JU ... IM CO VM lit U Ml . I 30 HOGS Demoralized conditions In the provision market during the last few days have put the hog trade In bad shape and anuni urena was reported front all points tooay. The local mnrket was no exception to the coneral rule: In fAit. the liberal run gave hujers an excellent opportunity to pound prices. Shippers were the first buyers to do anything and they bought a number of loads during mu nisi rownus m prices mat were no A Real Investment Opportunity This Company Will Become, in Power of Financial Strength, but Will Always be Kept on an honest Basis Stock Has Great , jjj . Futur.0 Panics Oanbt Injure Oil. )F.nr " K- tiundrta in a faw ' lhAutinit n1Uri In-I tfittd In an rttabllttitl and urowlm, ptoduc Ins. mnufct(irln and inirkftlns ell ronipany ran raally row Inln n6rmou talu. (iniy cuuiptiuar otih)f ih nam of tn ton- vlcteJ and daiolatd oil monnbAlv Ni lnrriiri tl. cpl(al lAck and hit itirttd a rompatrn to ralta (t,Ooa.oAO) la million dollars ot mw ispltal to rttand at one Ita hutlnfta nrer tin Ulis. Thta Indtprndrnt rompanr tat tocn built up in in ! ot oin John nrown, rouaiu Ior and pnlactfd by Itftckholdm and Itadert Ihlt havt lh spirit ot fraedom brd In thrm. Tho fompanr now- hna arcumulatd mihituitltl mi ot th rratanabla valua ot nr (11,000,0001 threa million dollan. Including 37,000 acroa rf ltac ind Unct that can easily dmlop Into a ssln of 0 to M Umci. Oil Is a lucMaUr. It sslla for caih. Itlrh conspirators la (rib bin bustntM, mar brlns on a frts trad panlo and ssnsrally dsprtt and dfttror thouiands ot small Industrial concern" but Oil Is a llf nrtss ty panics and bull- nrts drprtsslon rsnnot mstsrltlly clisck It. Furtnermor. mi company his us irao bum uu and Ii rsaehlnx out for mor commtrc In th rt asrlcultural district of Ksnsss. Mis souri, Iowa, Minnesota, North and Houlh Da Vols, Wisconsin. Illinois, Arkansas, Olllhnms, Nbrks, Northern Tiaa and Eajtsrn Polo rsdn no roatlsr how much othsr srsst Inrtus trial ronctrns are Injured by ruinous and vicious atal and national legislation still th manufactured products of oil will he In d- mana in ma arest weaitn proauotns statert rasklnK such an Investment safe and proliuble to th esoluslon ot all others. Kansaa-Okla-homa Oil pjould now brlns rrom tl.U to 11,40 Pr barrel, tctordlsg to sraylty grade, and lb price Is certain tn be secured aa the monopoly rtrlp Is broken In the Wsta It will I- broken by th successful antl-trutt flshfer from th free soil of Kansas. We already hay Ileflnery No, 1 t Chtm val. Kansa. near th hsart of th Ksnsaa Oil fields. Rennsrt1 No. t at Wst Tuta. Ok' Ishoma, In the hsart of th Oklahoma OJl fields. Rsflnsry No, a, with a flfteen-acra mad ufacturlnx alte, In th bis trad renter o( Kansas city, Ksr.aas. A paraffins plant owaed by the company will b combined with th Kansaa City Refinery In th near future aa oultk new capital will permit. Company ha SSO miles of pip line. 44 distributing; Matfons, It tank rara and many dtitrlbutlnc station sites and much necesoary equipment ana property nacumrr tn conduct a stow I a Oil business. On lis 2T.000 acrea of oil propertlra It now has 107 produclns oil wlla. These well should orodue for twenty years. We are continually drilling more. Thai 77.. Homa Mahar HW'T tvaatA vrmi4" t Imia Ita -Ir1 VIVffl'i'-grri' - i D Is high-priced alrapjy becauso It was once worth Its I preseut price! The richest virgin poll is .w. altlng (or you, la Manitobaana tne Aitx-rta-Ksascatcnewan aistrict. You can buy it (or practically tho same price per acre that tho mere mannrlmr per acre o( soil in many parts of the U. 8. coital Fertfls Canadian Welt offers you not oolr s6ll c( wondrous productivity, but It also otters you a splendid climate, churches ol all creeds, splendid pttblla schools, oicsptlooally good msrluts. fine hotals and tranarortatlon facilities that arenriexcencd. RoW3rf Wolnvoalruiy aplonam proposition to mono to atjr earnest larrmerorto rota who wlaU lo farm and who ara slncara In their dealt to nllU In this coyntry. Wo actually at In a position to enable you to ore-it 10 acres for every acra that you cow own or farm and yery acra lure will produce double what a worn-out acre produces aarwnsre. On top ot that, we give you Vo-irsi tn Pitt fnte Ir Vou psln the land for from Jll to p0 per acre). In IV iearS IO ray lOr It irtmoa districts th price la irom-BJto Hi. You pay merely ona twentieth down. Th balance is split up Into 19 soual par tuenta. The farm w.lt mors than meat the Daymenta andvour tamllv'a Wlav ex- ponies. Canadian facino farm a pay for tnemieives over.ana over again oetora the time the last payment (alls due, Wa can refer you to suoro ol farmers who paid (or their farms with th proceed ot juat one ctopl You Are Loaned $2000.00 to Pay (or Farm Improvements! Hera Is land adapted to grain growing, to poultry ralatnz. delryto'r, tutied (arrnlp and to cattla. hog and iherp ralslor. You decide tor yoarsnll tv Bat kind ot fsrrolne you wlali to (ollow. The Canamnn Poclfli helps you select Iho Und ttat adapted to your purposes. And then. It yon so doiirs It, we arrsnjro to bar Your Farm Made Keady by Experts an expert on the case and select farm that will ncutly suit you-Wat- nna that you can farm tomoit advantaro tfoututll Let ui tell vou about th 4X1.000,000 buihM "'-u In Causda this ytarl Writs for Ilondioaiely Iliuitrated Uooki. Add Canadian Pacific Railway, Land Branch. 205 Vootllncll of the World Uldg., Omaha, Neb. Wet Goods for Dry People H t A tjlH MAS I Sol, 4.yar-old, 100 p,r oent Straight Whiskey, (express prepaid) 11 more than 54j 10c ItAver, the most of these mil pnii'o iriiifsinn iiu.a ,.v. ...r loan sold to a spe ui.itor" jearly brought 4W. k, mc top ior inn ua . A ......I . t? Qftdfftt It tn..iiiAiA V. n V illi of th Mexican lambs, and the fed west- 7.. A two-ear shipment ef Idaho lambs eoiu on sneanng ano leeuing n.ccouni r?.W and other feeder grades brought . Some feeders sold below 37, but ,the bulk 7.50. Shorn lambs wero not In aa good a supply ns yesterday and cnanseu nn.n largely at Ifl.lOfte.W. Key to tho Sltuatlon-Bce Adtettlsing. You Save All If fed right first throo weeks with Baby Chick FoQtl lie, SOa and $1.00 thtro Ii little chsncaef fUldlie. It cuts down loMes and glvti yoti strong tbrlvlnc. tetter ehlekt, No other pre paration takii Its plat. 0rilitS While Dlarrhtn Rtmtdv iSe and SOe. poltlyely controli Uils eontlj' and com mondlMue. Prertnts Infection. Ilefuia lubitltuUt; Inilaton Pratta. SstUf action Guaranteed or Monr Back 3 Ctt yatu 1C0 paet Paultru Book 3733 Sold by first class dtalsra every whera. a Fow Years, a Gre.at National 27,000 ncrea are situated In between .some ot the ure-alrst oil poo)l erer .developed In the West. Coming towsrd a part of our big leasee tn on hit Oklahoma (3 II courtly are deep Walls that are produclns ae-hlgh- aa from 2.5M to t.ooo Urrela. dally on the slstt. no undoubtedly have many acrea that con tain rich oil mole, worth millions.. It Is to drill these Important test wills and enters th buslnela that nsw- capital, la being raised. We, also have an Ossge leata ot (jo.soo aorwlhe richest Tlum. m the olt world that the Oil Truat Influence baa so. fsr rheated us eilt ot the vslhtaUnn Of this lean In Washlmton. A hill Is pending In con nrm to validate this grest leeae and a tight Is being made for It In Kansas that will tore a divorce ot official from convicted mo nopoly end eventually protect this great lease, whjeh. when developed, at this company can develop It, will add one hundred million tn value to the company and absolutely perpetual It In the oil world for a hundred yearev The lis-ht this mmninr has mala from fcrulil persecution asaliut criminal money to atartllmt proapertty la runy eaptainen in our m large par Pyospectul, Thll Irospectue contains truthful reports of crimes of the oil trust In collusion with Hele and federal. ..grafting offlt clala that will make you want to shoulder 'ta sun and' help shoot thta blacM slsv power ot th oil truet out of the government. It coh tains so many stsrtMng truths that no news paper dare publlrh it. Every loyal patriotic cltlsen ahould; Join In the mighty contest to force luslloe to both Producer' end Cansmusr ami make your patriotism profitable and also aid th right. We are continually pushing ahead our drills. .Horn big oil well may fore a great srtvance i thl. etoek any week. WHITE TODAY" TOIt THIS niO UOOKI&T ON UL-tella you, alt about It. You should have It In 'the ahop and on th farms and In th library. Wa went . copy of this Prospectus to . go . Into , mltlloj American homes. It ynu ar in' a position U ' Invest from JSJ.tfl to H.o'W.OOtO ald worthf causa and lselp tf.tr 11.69 stockholders proteo. their righteous profits rrom the rlrh looters oi. th Oil Trust then wrtt today for, full InteM matlon and. thla nlcaly .nrlnted I'roapectua ot M large page will at once be sent fret' to you. Write at one'e and secure Your stock before a bis advance that mult soon occur. ftlspectfully stibmltted, TUB -UNCI.E . KAM OIL, COMPANY. Hy II II. TtlCKETt. Jit., rreefdeof ADtTRBHS AIJ COMMUNIOATJONS TO. THE UNCUS PAM OIL. CO., DFtPT. A, KAJWAH OTY, KANSAS, ' iOetYourT. Canadian Home from the, tho taKf Va Ml (ir. jaiiijrglniiiy" Canadian Pacific end mnflw nn tarnm.nnf lanr Ihiif'. ORDER TOUE Z.IQTJOB HT MAIXi. W ship liquors direct to consumer. Writs to ns1 for compute price list. AU Whiskies and Wln from 93.QO gale gon, avxpross paid. Ooldstrom'o Bella CO on P. flic K 7. Wiiiskay, 4 full qt WastU, 0 IJISi 3.0 whtotlrT fufi'qts $3.75, B QtSi $6.75 Ooldstrom'a Straight 4-ycar-old loo par Sifton0"' 53.2J, 'I Dal. S6.UU Ooldstrom's Bsleot 100 ptr osnt proof Old rey; 7WtM . ,Mu, a (us. 5B.oa Ooldstrom's Banana and e CO Prsnslrl Apricot Cordial. 4 fnU qt. J.3U nepalU Ooldstrom'a Hunting ) en a rallona, tc AA Club, par gallon ..3U, pripaja. . J3B Beer, 6 dox. large bottles. 010.00 a barrel less. W.oo; a doa. lanra or a dox. small. 83.80, less 91.33; rebate for bottles and oases JetteC OolA Top or Fabst. Beer not prepaid. We pay freight on empties returned. AH goods shipped prompt and guaranteed under the Pure Fqod and Drug Act Money refunded if not satisfied. Largest nail order house In tho wost. fifteen year In tho business. S. Goldsfrom Distributing Go, PQ Of OuitU Box 06; Couth Omasa, Opp. Union Stook Yds.