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19 3 I r 1 i FOTl RKN1 flenses and Clli(H I t"N FURNISH BP mod. cor house. In de sirable part of city, ground floor, con- slsta of parlor, music room, kitchen anil I dining room, with I bedrooms and bath ' on 2d floor, garage attached; owner, fan-. ily of 8, to retain I bedroom with ouUide stairway, separate from remainder of house: reasonable to good party; refer ence required A Riven. Adrtres K 1T7, Hep j 8 ROOMS, all modern, den and 1 bedroom on third floor; a grsge and hot water heat; tile bath room. Call at ISM Spencer St. rail Webster 139S. 6-ROOM cottage, modern except heat. 1908 S. 4fh. 317. Red 64W. Water paid; va- cated ArrU 1st. ; , TEN-ROOM modern flat. 181.4 0. Mil St. Rent 3.TS per mont,h. Dougla 4677. '"120 SOUTH IMh, a-r., 13 5 Web, fe!71 Maggard's Mr hr., dray, t man. tl.ii per br. 1711 Webster. Dour 14V. J. C. IvGCd " iw'lnW atoraae! FOR RENT Wo hava complete llat of all house, apartments and flats that are for rent Thl Uat can be e tree of charge at Omaha Van ft Storage Co.. 808 So. :4th Bt -room mod, house. 2jll Chicago. D. 8146. FTnnsna ln Part a of the city. VACANT HOUSES. ' I can rant them for you.' W. R. HOM AN, 310 BROWN BLK. 7-ROOM. all modern. Parker Ht. FOR RENT 6-room cottage furnished, all modern; price reaaonable to right party: young or middle aged couple desired. 3934 N. th. $ ROOY8. U7 Jones Ht., $30. Never been occupied. Sleeping porch; ouk finish: modern throughout. Apply .105 S.- 17th St. Phone touglaw 64S7. COTTAOR, l.iOH Rurt St. Harney MMi. 8EVEN ROOMS. Reml park, modern, clone to car. $,'. Walnut :2S9. Btorra and tff:ee. 8TORF3ROOM 114 Cuming Bt., a desirable etnrraoom, with basement, for bakery, grocery, res taurant or other purpose. $J ler month. CR.BIOH. SONS & COMPANY. Phone Douglas 20. 608 Bee Bldg. TO liET Storeroom for furniture and undertaking In Nebraska county seat town; one other furniture business now. E. H. Newhouse. Red Cloud. Neb. WANTED TO REXT WE have clients who" want to rent houses In all parts of the city. Others will buy en small cas'i payments, balance monthly. THE VOGEL. REALTY AOEN'CY 101H6 W'. O. V. Ring. Douglas 3K91 WANTED TO BtTI Yala buys everything 2d hand. Tyler 141. OFF1CJC furniture bought and sold. J. C. Reed, 1207 Farnam. Doug. 6148. W& W)Y ii)-lian.1 ciotnee. 141 N. 44th, Slightly uned high-grade piano. D. 2ul7. KEAL ESTATE. FARM A H U L.IMIS f OR f ALB California, Then Dream of fresh fruit, vegetables, flowers all tha year around. No- mow or cold. No coal bills. Then quit dreaming, realize that you can muke that dream come true. W'rito uv for particulars of our rich colony land near Sacramento City. Think over wild rviul carefully our literature, then go on one of our excursions and In vestigate fur yourself. Price low. Terms cany.. Hound trip fare, fuO.OO, re turned to purchaarra. ,licuilon March 22. Wrile today. W? 1. Smith Co. A ij.iiil imnk ttliig. l,UUU-Acre Kanch liiniLiy' .lib v. u.: ..oii.i.n.i Co.. i.ali- , forimi. rUht .,(. tou.i u,im rMllroad; closo t ) ban -J'1't.ii iBc.i. iuniln- stream tnroun pru, city, water i ierf to all uuildlnfrs; new uunttalon, W-r., i batha, lorcmnn'a house, lu-r. ami bath; laborer's hout. 5-1. and uathi modern hoisj oarn, cow bari., a. liy W cows; granary, loul fched. machinery shed, with steel boiler: creamery nouse and separator, alio, 'M tons capacity; calf and nog j,ns, 12o hau jtrsey, 1.. neaa hore. La head Berkshire hogs, buggies, wagons and Im plements. x.Thl ranch has Its own Irrigation sys tem, dam and reservoir. The property is in first class condition and la for sale as a wnole to settle an estate. Viico has been made low to ef fect a quick saie 14 per acre, including stock and Implements. Terms can be made. , - If you want ah Ideal California ranch this is an opportunity than la seldom of fered. This ranch would not be on the market were the owner alive. There la big money In this tor some one. , Art dress tor patricumrs. W. T. Smith Co., Exclusive Agents. IX 8819. Cty National Bank Bldg. FRUIT. TRUCK AND POULTRY. No. A 6-ecre tract, r-utteraon, titanls Is u county, California, lor a house and lot in Omaha. Let us help you turn your house into something tnat will make you a good living. Tins b acres is all in alfaita and ready to support a big :lork of poultry and to put part Into fruit, English walnuts and truck. It is near Patterson, one of the finest little cltits l Cailtornla. and coe to the iig coast cities. Ino climate and a delight ful place to live. PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY, Ware Block, Omaha. M iaarMU. BARGAIN 240-ecre farm si miles from Minneapolis; 140 acrea t Jder cultivation, 40 ares good meadow, fcv acres timbered pasture; can practically all be cultivated; good corn land; farm is fenced; 10-room hoi.ee, barn, granary, mach no ahed, wind mill, etc.; 12 head .good tuiik cows, 4 gjod horses', harnesses, wagons, coinplaiu sut of machinery, hogs, chickens and every thing on the farm goes at (45 per acre; 16. (Ml cash, balance can atand for 10 years at per cent, eichwab Bros., I02i Piy mouth Hldg.. Minneapolis. Minn. Why Fay Rent? , ' This Is lust the place you have been looking for; lt acres located in the fuovous Red Klver valley, i'olkr courtly, Minn, 6 miles from town. Rich, black li.in. clay subsoil: 100 acres broke. Sec ond crop on the land now. We will erect set of buildings to suit buyer on a cash payntcnt of IjwO. balance II per acre each yettr. We will furnish you with all tne cows and hogs you can handle. Yot nay for them out of " the cream cheeks and 'i the increase. This extraordinary oiler expires iarch 27, ll$. Tit IS VOUEL REALTY AGENCY, 1U15-16 W. o. W, Hldg., Omaha. Neb. MINNESOTA WHEAT FARMS. PO acrea in Wilkin county, near Camp-,-ell. We can get you a good exchange ileal on this for ritv rrsiuence or small Nebraska farm. Half tr.ls farm la in cui .lvktlon, balance bay agid pasture, but ve. y acre tillable. Leve, as a (lour, well drained, no stones, soil black deep and rich, proaucea big cropa of wheat, corn alfalfa, clover and potatoes. No im provement, but surrounded by splendidly imp.oved farm. PA YN E INVESTMENT COMPANY. I ware Block. Omaha 1 fcKl.Ll.N'l averal high class stock farm direct from owner. Farm near cities. prices right. 3in up. Bprlng work starts around April 10. water, Minn. M. rj. Carlson, Clear- Kaaiaa, IMPROVED EASTERN KANSAS FARM Do you want to exchange a good house and lot in Omaha or Lincoln for thl line farm? We tan offer you a good leal. Here la a nice lis-ecre farm, only l1 miles from Columbus. Cherokes county, K annua. Rich, black loam soil, nearly all In cultivation. Nice -ruom house, barn 24x36; fine shade tree around t!e house. A dandy place and a bargain. PAYNK INVErTMUNT COMPANY, "are ni'jra, umana BARGAIN 3 4S-acre dairy larm. uaar fcav lina, Kan. 1 write for lull dcacrlpUon and flat at Us! Kama farm for sale Li central Kansas. V. k Nluuetu. aallua, Kaav RlvAL ESTATE FARM Jt rtl.MII 1,A.DI FOR S4.LK Calaraaov TO SETTLERS ONLY-330 acre for $m Klcb corn, alfalfa and wheat land; no aand. J. a. Tiacy. Fort Morgn. Colo. Idaho. " !0 ACRES Irrigated land, Payette, Idaho, to trade or sell; price ery low. C L. Kelly. Owner. Address K KA Pee. Montana. YOU DON'T NKKD TO BU AN EXPERIENCED FARMER to farm one of our farms In the great Judith b.isln, Montana. We ran show you how to farm for profit and pleasure. HargHln now f.,r the NKW SOIL, or Si'O acrea nearly all seeded to winter wheat that Bromines 50 bushels per acre. Clin you pay $4,500 down and within 8 months and pay balance in 7 yearly payments? price $45 to $70 an acre. Free mapa and facts for the asking. WM. II. BROWN CO., B N. LaPalle St.. Chicago, III. Mlseoarl. - BIGGEST land sale of the year now on. ! 100 forty-acre farms U each. Oood land. Well settled locality. Close to railroad. I is per acre is half actual value, ureat est bargains in South Missouri at sen mo tional prices. Write today for free liter attire. D. Mcrrlam, Ellis A Benton, Kansas City. Kansas. Neferask. BEST FARM BARGAIN IN NE BRASKA. ACRES AT PRICE. OF "0 A. In sight of city of 6.0H0. Where corn and alfalfa never fall. Goodtiouse, other buildings fair; 60 acrea alfalfa, fenced hog tight. There la 2U0 acres of this nlace that is the finest of Platte valley land, which, with the Improvcmenta. Is easily worth the price asked for the whole place, to-wlt, S24.UOO; the remaining 7n acres ts finest of graslng with some farm land on It, and easily worth 110 per aero. Buyer gets- TtW acres free. Reasonable terms. We have a large list of farm and ranch bargains on easy payment terms. Write us your wishes. i TWO FINE CENTRA I, NEBRASKA ' SECTIONS. Two-thirds Is level, will make fine corn and alfalfa land. Every acre is good black soil. About 12 miles of railroad towns; similar land In same locality Tie.d at and worth 112.60 to IIS per acre. Owner s a nonresident and being compelled to raise some money, offers one or both at fS an acre; to an acre cash, balance to stilt buyer. CIX)SE TO OMAHA. 170 ACRES. Good, fair improvements, no waste. 160 acres In cultivation, balance in pasture, yards and. fruit; nothing better anywhere; nearly level, nut not creek bottom. Trice, only S22.KO.; $5,000 cash, balance to suit at 5V4 per cent. I CONNER, BrandeU Theater, Omaha. HAVE buyer for 40-a. rami near town, E. Neb.; also want listing of quarter sec tions aud oiglities. Carlson A Wallin, W1 McCague Bldg. CATTLE RAISING EASY WORK, BIO PROFITS. n't can help you exchange your Iowa or eastern Nebraska farm for the host cattle ranch In ' the state. It contains 4.000 acre; H00 acres is used to raise roughness and balance is finest kind of hay and pasture. There Is a creek and timber In pasture. Every rod Is rich, hard land and alfalfa is doing fine In this neighborhood. New -rooin house, barn 84x64. grana ries, hog house, corrals, 6 well and windmills. Two other seta of Improve ments. 14 ' miles from Gordon, Sheridan county, by good section line roads; no gates. PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY, W'are Block, Omaha. 80 acres, irrigated laud, all under cultivation. In Deuel county, Ne braska, within 1 M mllea of Jules burg. This, is a smooth piece of ex tra fine land and will be sold cheap. Will make terms. W. lYSmith Co., City National Bank Bldg. o New York. Kew Tor Farms For Sale. The land of opportunity. I'KiO buys 24-acre farm; buildings worth Sl.m Oood land. 11,200 buys 65-acro larm, S miles from village of I railroads; L00O apple trees. 12,200 dollar buys 102 acre farm in village; good land, fair buildings. JIOoO buy a 160-acne farm; build ings worth tA.OuO; good land. Write for photos. Cows with farms If desired; easy terms, ft, K. far paid oi,o way to purchaser. E. MUNSON, i4M B. Salina St, Syracuse, N. Y Orearom. WANTED FARMERSLand In a mild, pleasant climate at true value. No ex tremes of heat or cold. I have for sale farms, stock ranches, business opportu nities. "The best land In Oregon." 1U0 acres, price M.liiw. one-halt cash, balance terms. ll acres level valley land, 60 acres cultivated, more can be, 3b acres timber brush pasture, balance onen uas. ture; rich black soli, good house, barn ana out-ouiiaings; family orchard; rencea, cross-ieuceu; schooinouse on I n rl trrmn roiul pesm route telenhnnn KC. H. Burkholder, Lebanon. Ore. Utah. Stock and Grain Ranch Juab countv. Utah. 3 RM ! all fenced; E0O acres now In wheat. 250 acres In rye, both up and doing well. Tti aver age yield of wheat per acre on this place la . bushels. Fine Improvements, worth 17,500; 21 Percheron horses. In cluding one stallion worth 2,0u0; tools and machinery on place worth W.uOO; gooo wen ana pump rurnish all .water needed on ranch; only i miles from sta tion. Frtce, including all stock, imple ments, etc.. only till uer acre: will mk terms. This la something that ts seldom offered at such a low price. It is (rood in every way. raruruiari. W. T. SM1TII CO., City National Bank Building, Omaha. Neb. wlacoails, Upper Wisconsin Best ua.iy and general crop state la ths union: aeiliers wanted. Lands for sal at low prices on aasy term. Ask for book let No. 34 on Wisconsin Ctt.trai Land Grant. Excellent landa for slock raising. If Interested la fruit lands ask for book let on Apple Orchards. Addteaa Land an4 industrial Depaitwent. tioi Liu Kail?, IdiriMapolta. All no. M isoellaaeoas. LxVNDOWNEHS Tha farm movement has begun. If you have aome farm laud that you desire to exchange for income property or a busi ness, list same with me and tell ine what yuu want. After that its up to me. I am here for business. HANSEN, 36 Brandeta , Theater. D. 2597. ABSTRACTS OV TITLES REF.D Abstract. Co., oldest abstract of flee In Nebraska, nsl braudels Theater. KERR Title Guarantee ana Abstraot Co., a modern abstract of Hew. 3IKi b. 17lh SU I'bon Iwuglaa 64M. REAL ESTATE LOANS CITY and f aim lomia 5 6V1. 9 per conk 1. H. Duinont ft Co . 411 BtaU Bank. ANTKU-Jiity loauia peters Iryal Co.' W ANT Li C.ty loans and warrauts W. rarnaiu enmn e o.. rtjt ramain. MOM Y on hand for city and farm loans. Hi W. Binder. City Nat Bank Bldg. $iuu to $itf.uM luad pioiopll. U. Weed, wai mug., mil an.i amain . sits. UABV1N liUOS h'it". fcKH u first or farm loans In aaaUrn Nek. United BU lea Trust Co.. Omaha. tit, CITY LOANS. C C-.JbeTiT u 310-312 Hrat.dels TheaUr B dg. CITY prtxtrty. Lame loana a specialty. W. 11 Tnomaa. 4 Mat Bank bidg. KKAL KsTATF LOANS O VIA HA homer. Kat Nebrni.ka farm O'KEFEK REAL, F.sTATK CO.. Ml Omaha Natl lVui ril $100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. W Weed llidg.. 1MH and rnam Sis. ewd. REAL KSTATR W 1NTED We are unable to supply the demand for 5 , and 6-room houses in the llanseom or Bemis Park districts. The Vovel Realty. Ajreney, 1015-Ki W. 0. Y. Bldg. HAVE rails for vacant ' lots and cot tages. Carlson Wallin, H McCngue Rldg., Douglas 34S3. evening. H. ?XI. REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHAXliK Exchange Income property in Omaha, value 0W, for Inside acres. I"ta or more valuable acresge closer In. p Will exchange all or any part. I WALNUT S0.T7. REAL ESTATE ACREAGE ACREAGE. We have a number of clients who want to exchange small tracts of, land, both Improved and unimproved, for city prop erty THE VOGEL REALTY AGENCY, 101J-16 W. O. W. Bldg -0 REAli ESTATE NORTH SIDE REAVTIFIT, HOME WITH ACRE OF GROUND. This home Is located close to the Flor ence car line and not far from the Miller Park entrance, on high ground over looking Miller Park. . The ground are all improved and planted to fruits. The house line f rooms and is sub stantially built and In first claas condi tion. This place Is for sale at a greatly re duced price. For further deit-iton see Mrs. Ida King, the owner, at &V7 Redlok Ave., or phone Webster 3877. or if more conveni ent call at the office of BAN K KH8 REALTY INVESTMENT COMPANY, Ground Floor, Bee Uldg. Phone D. 7!.6. o 9-ROOM modern house, 7W N. 30th ttt., HO. Phone Red 4!Xjk. 1677 EVAN a r. mod nome. oak flniau throughout; easy terms. Web. 391a. REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE $500 OABH, RALANCE MONTHLY'. A dandy little home, all modern, only Vt block from Hanscom Pork and car line, riouth front lot fine shade and only H&00. PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY. Doug. 17S1. Ware Hlook. LEAVING CITY. Nice home, Hanscom park district; a real bargain; sacrifice for quick sale. Wright & Lasbury. Douglas 1:2 REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE 20 Minutes' Walk To P, O.; 2 blocks to Farnam line; only 3575; 110 cash, tl per week. O'Keel'o Real Estate Co. 101 Omaha National. ' Douglas 2716. REAL ESTATE DUNDEE. Dundee Home $4,300.00. This ia new 5-rooru bungalow having living room with brick fireplace and din ing room with beamed ceilings, finished In oaa, two bedrooms, complete bathroom with shower and convenient kitchen, all on first floor. Stairway to second story with umple space for two or threo more rooms. Full cemented basement, furnace best Located on north front lot 60x160 feel, only two blocks from car line. Terms about StrA cash, balance at the rate cf $42 per month, which would Include In terest. This is something good and de sirable for a small family and must be seen to be appreciated. George & Company Tct 1). 758. 903 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Dundee Bungalow $3,250 Buys nearly new 6-room bungalow, all on one floor, oak woodwork throughout, full attic and basement, east front, 2 blocks from car line. Can make vary easy terms. We want you to see this. Glover & Spain 919-20 City National. Thona Douglas jB62. $1,000 Dundee Lots Do you realize that It Is almost Im possible to buy any lots In Dundee as low as $1,000? We have two high, sightly lots on paved street, Nicholas street, be tween 60th and 61st, we are offering tor $1,000 each on terms. Don't delay. HASTINGS ft HEYDEN, P'14 Harney t-'tr'et. DlJWDrJrJ HOUSE, $5,000 Fireplace, buffet, tiled floor in bath room, oak finish first floor, olrch second fluor, outh front lot close to car. W. 11. TllUMAS & UN, 223 rtate Bank Bldg. Douglas 1848. RTAL KSTATT SOUTH OMAHA. SOUTH OMAHA, 6 rooms, Washington Mt.. $Wi0. lt0 down, balance monthly. W. L. riELBlf ft HONB. Slate Bank Bldg. . Douglaa 1010. REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS Trackage 66x132 Located near Fourteenth and Leavenworth. About four blocks to Farnam. Price way low. On best track In Omaha. Paved street. Corner lot. American Security Co. Phone Douglas 6"13 or Walnut 30S7, or Harney 2645. Gallagher & Nelson Real Estate and Insurance 644 Urandeis j31dc:. D. 3382-o . $j0 CASH. Oood five-room, hot water heated, homa Full cemented basemen and large attic. Half block from car line. NAUNDERS CO., ULV14 W. O. W. Hldg. Doug. 3822. REAL ESTATE WANTED WK NKK.l) LI8TINUS. Wc must be picpared for the spring rush for homes that will come to pur of I tees. . SAUNpEHS CO., ij-18 W. O W. lildtf. Douglas J-XS. rniTM urn titiatmiitj iiitit"ti UK A n An J rTAU iULn ITlAnNril Seaboard Exporters Predict that Top IVice for Old Wheat Crop is Yet to Come. " ATT nPATWC lir trv TfmV AlAi liltAXNS Ailt, Ul" IVVAl i . OMAHA, Mevh. If. lKl". "Exporters at the seaboard are In pos seanltut of more Information as to the amount f wheat aold to go abr'ja.: and still to go forward than those In tin- "'est. and they are very generally nt the opinion that have not vet seen as high prices as we will ee for old crop wheat." said Charles H. llerce, president of the Hnrtlett-Frashr company. "To one who niny not be so well informed, It must N evident that, considering the ex tremely light offerings of wheat, not withstanding the good premiums bid for Mil VKrlitliit, n. . n , . w-, ... ... " hlcae-n. thrt situation as regards O.l- on may wheat la about as follows: Trude In it Is lisrht. because few care to commence buying at the present level and there is as much wheat already sold tor shipment, with May wheat bought as a hedge asulnst such snles. ns it has been mfe to ,,.11, B, ,nr,hHse of Mar wheat l not the bet Insurance against a sale for March or April shipment, or even early May shipment." Cash wheat will develop strength week to week, and thirty davs from now the price will feel the Influence of the cash """'"n much morn than at present. Tha principal cause of tha strength In w-heat yesterday was the reported sales of larco quantities of flour to the notch government as well as to France and Ureses. Cssh sales here were ama.ll. The sealKiard reported M0, aw bushels as taken for export, and Minneapolis 100.0a) bush els to go to the east. Sesboara market reported Prance and Italv as big buyers of wheat the last few days. ... rn.fold V"''0 higher and oats were UP IfllUc ..(t...... ...... tlnued demsnd for the ensh article. Corn still remains under tha Influence of oats and wheat. ?5" v "l'01'' trade ,n oats was reported at ?.ki( 1,1, .1.1. . . , .....1. . oup bushels of rye were sold. Offerings of May oats were small, hecauae man unve Deen taken orr the last few days. Jih Provision market was Inclined to ronotr the changes in grain and the list oloaed higher. Packer, sold July dellver lee and shorts were tho principal buyers, lard qulf,t ,n both-n" Omaha apot market: heat was lii!o higher. , torn was 1G1V higher. ' pats were smc higher. learances wen.: u . nrt flour 66,000 fQ"nl to I.236.0IIO bushels: corn. uur-neiB, oats. JtJ.aaj bushe s. Liverpol close: Wheat nnt niir.1. corn, c higher. I'rlmary wheat receipts were 637.000 bushels and ahipments 676,000 bushels, against receipt, of iwrnn kihi. . .. shipments of 234.000 bushels lust year. Primary corn receipts were 421), 000 bush els and shipments 4,000 bushels, against VrVTv i ,nu"bols and shipments Of MM.0O0 bushels last year. Primary oats receipts were 7oS.0i) bush els and shipments 645.000 bushels, agalnsl T',.It.L.0 ,iM,fl10 hushels and shipments Of 77,O00 bushels last year. CARLOT RECE1PTH. Wheat. Corn. Oats. Chlcao ... 66 71 3O0 Minneapolis Duluth Omaha .... Bt. Louis . .lilt . 90 . 12 . 4 31 W Innlpeg .2 alea reported liutiv were' vii.tVn 2 hard winter: 3 cars, $l.tiV: 1 car. 31 oo'i! No. 3 hard winter- 1 r.r it r.& m. 1 hard winter: 1 car. $1 54. No. 2 mixed: Car. Xl.fioVk. Rve No. 3: rrl nf r.r $114; No. 4: 1 car. $1.14. Corn-No. i yei ow; 3 cara, 70,0; $ cars, 70o. No. 4 yellow: i cars, 9c; 1 car, 8r No. 6 yellow: 1 car. fV; 1 car. s4c. No. 3 mixed: 1 car, near white, 6'c; 3 cara, wVc. No. 4 mixed: 1 car. nr whit. Wc; t cars. 6M4c. No. 6 mixed: 1 car. ate. Oats Standard: 1 tar, Mc. No. 3 white: ssrars, 7Vtc. No. 4 white: tear, 67c Sample: 1 car, We; 1 car, 6614e cars. 66e. Omaha rash Price Wheat:No. 2 hard. $l.&Mj l.W'; No. 3 hard. $1.64ffi 1.66U; No. 4 hard, $l.4NiI.M: No. 3 eprlng. $1.61) 1.86; No. i durum. $l.4H4fl.60; No. 3 durum $1.48ff1.4!. Corn: No. 1 white, 71T 71'c; No. 3 white, 704'tfTle: No. .1 white, 7r70yo;'No. 4 while, 6K4?04,c; No. 6 white, xift4o: No. i white, iti3io1c ; Tin. yellow, TO-VO"? It-r No. 1 yellow, 70" 7lv4o; No. 3 yellow, 70rfj YOo: No. 4 yellow, vel OW.. OAlilfrflStr : Vv 8 yellow, HfifKHV.; No. 1 mixed. !Wfr70c: No. i mixed. 8fKui9Vic: No. 3 mixed. fx.m 80ic; No. 4 mixed, WfMWc; No. r mixed 8Mttc: No. 8 mixed. 7UiS,4c O.t.. kin 2 white. 68Cu58'4Jc; standard. 67166X0; No' 3 white, 67t4'o674c: No. 4 while, 64lf7e. Barley: Maltlnsr. 7M17Sr- N 1 rH av Kc. Rye: No. , $1.14j:l.li(4j; No. 3? $1.14 gi.i, CHICAGO CHAIN AMD PROVISIONS Featnrea of the Traalasx aad loslagr Prices nn Hoard of Trade. ' CHK"A()0 Maveh H-ISm .1 I-.. decided strength the greater part of the tlniM today wheat underwent a sharp et- " Jsi Deiore tne Close. The sudden break wss acrnimntnlnl K. i...-t..M bearish rumors about a crisis ssM have been reached In the Miiinm r Austria With Italv. Prtoes etna.rf ,.. jr'.1''.0 tQ "c under last night. Corn finished a sixteenth to ,c down, oats lWi off to a shade advance, and provision at a loss of 6c to 204I23V4C. i teavy selling to realise profits for holders had left tha whi.nl to a bearish attack la(e in the session, a large part of the offering having passed Into weaker hands. Stop loan orders were quickly reached about a half ..,ur wio mo unai neu, much nervous ness bring shown over Ilia rl,u k., . split would ensue between Austria and jermany. Assertions that recent export ""","'" iioor nan oeen a great ueal nvereatlmatcd counted also in rhanglng sentiment abruptly against the hull. Higher nrlces at l.lvni k. sl.lershle to do with lifting the wheat 'met T.:iure me late reaction. Thre were alo report of unlooked-for Turkish successes in the Dardinella .nri .. Black 8ea and of huge Import reuuire ments of wheat for Italy 1M,5(X0i0 bushels. Large export clearance, a num ber of crop complaint, and a big cut In Mlnneapolla stock rave further tempor ary help to tha bulls. Corn was strong eigrly with ' othei grain, but sagged quickly when they turned-weak. The bulk of tra were between nit speculators. Lightness of offerings tightened the oats market until tho bear flurry In all staples took place near the end of the day. Shipping rates were small. Packers and others selling overturned an advance In provisions. The embargo on trade with Oemiany was said to be at least somewhat the reason. Futures were quoted a lollowc ArtlcU-l ();en Hlgh. Low. Cloae.l Ve y. V. heat May 1 67H 1 24V 74H,' J 6Hf 1 26 1 6M4f 1 74if 1 68 1 :3, 74' 1 6fiH 1 23 T4'4 uw IT TO 10 6 10 3Vi 10 12V, July. ': T6, Trsl 61 ay. I July, i Ohih May. July. p.,.-.. t'l I 7 1 0S ( HOW May.l 17 TO I 17 80 July.l U 20 18 3i L. .. , i 17 50 I 17 CO 17 tfi 18 4 May. 10 441 10 6 10 40 I 10 4?t July. 10 90 I io 10 eiw, io 70 Rlua. I Uua. I I May.l 10 12U July. I 10 15 I 10 ir. 10 60 p 0241 10 1 10 36 I 10 87HI W tl, Chicago Cah Prices Wheat: No. 3 red, tl-oetrl.ttH.; No. 2 hard. L6'V&1.6Jy Corn: No. 2 yellow, 7ta7hc ; No. 4 yel low. 71Vu72Mic: No. 2 white. 7:W4T72V'. 0,a; No. 3 white, 41ilHc:. standard. 41 H tiitM. Rye, nimilnaX, UaiUy, lbuic. liUTTKIlHteady; creamery. JuOt'. POTATOKHr-Lower; recelpta. 21 care; Michigan and Wlsoonsln red, aVuuc; Michigan and Wisconsin white, ac, LOUS Higher; re elpU, 9,tr23 "cases; at mark, ' included, l.dlic; ordinary firsts. P-W17c; first. 17a,'lc. PtJULTHY Alive, lower; spring, lHic; fowl. UcV. New York General Market. NKW YORK. Mrch 19.-KUOAR-R w, teady; centrlfug. 1. 4 7.'c; molasses, 4c; refined, ateady. Kuturea were steadier curlier today on covering and scattered Airerlcan Telephone & Telegraph Co. A dlvldsnd of Two Dollar per share will be paid on Thursday, April 1 IS 15. to stockholders of record at tho close of business on Wednesday. March 31. llili. II. D. MILNK. Treasurer. trade huytng Influenced by the tinfavor- able weather advl.-e. from Cuba. Trices I at midday were i'i4 points nut blither I ru'TTKR steady : rcelptn. MWi tubs; creamery extras (3 score. 5Sc; creamery , (hi. her scoring! 2"o'.'c: 1 reajnery, ' firsts. J1S2vc: seconds'. a-mfrOMtc. CHEhK Steady: state. whole milk, held special. ltiVl'V: average fancy, K.'."t,c. I KUO8 Irreenlar; receipt. l'..9fS cases; tresli gathered extras. l'jUi.'Jc: fresh lrBlhered. storage packed, firsts to extra I firsts, JCy-Ilc: resular packed extra firsts, JV: firsts. l!'41i?v; ftesh gsthercu se onds vvil!c: nearhv hrnnry whites, fine to fanrv, 2SfU6.-; nearby hennrv browns. Lr-'x POP I .TRV Alive weak: western fowls. 174 iSc; turkevs. l.lsilmi, dressed, very C let: wet. rn fror.en roasting chickens. 170c: fresh fowls. H'lii.-; turgeys, usyj'c. OMAHA (IC.1KR.tli XtRWfJT. Pl'TTER-No 1, J. lh. tubs. Mc. 1-lb. cartons. 2Sc; No CHK FSK Imported Cwlsai S4c: Amer. Iran Mwtsa, Mc; blo-k Uwt.s. iic; fwins, Itic: daisies. 17c; triplets, ISc; Young Americas. IsVjc; blue label brick. 17c; llin buriier, l-lb., !0ci 1-lb. c; New York white, Mc; liniwrted French Roquefort 10c FISH Trout large crapplea. 16c; halibut, 14c; channel eatdsh, 14c. SWEET POIATi )ES Iviuwa, H.ii bbL REtF CUTS Rib. No. 1, te; No. 1, ISV: No. a, ll'c lolna. No. 1,'KHc; No. t, lie; No. H. 12'c Chucks, No. 1. 8c; No. i. SWc; No. i. sc. I'lates, No. 1. c; No. t, 7V4c; No. 3, o. Rounds. No. 1, 11V; No. 2. 11c; No. 3, 10't'. POULTRY Hpollers. 144i; spring chick en, 11c; hens, rtjuc; corks, sc. ducks. UK-; geese, e, sc; turkeys, lSi-; pigeons, per dot., We: ducks, fu'l feathered, Kc; geese. full feathered. 8c; squabs. No. 1, 11.50. No. t, 60i. Market quotation furnished by Olllnskl Fruit company. FIU'ITS Oranges: Per box, extra fancy Alphabetical, all ajies, $3.76: extra fancy !ui.kt-. ail slses, $-61, Red Hall, all sixes, $-.25. lemons: Per box. fancy Pnn klst, 3 Os. S'Os. 4 u4.60; choice Red Hall, $:i 6. Orapofruit: 1'er box, 3d, , $3.t); 4a and 30a, $2 50: 64s. $al& Apples: Per box, extra lancy; Waslunx t.Jti White Winter pearmaines, $1.7u; H, lUmburgs, 31. Ml; Hoovers, $1 S5; Plack Hen I avis. $1.36, Ulack Twlga $i.6o; lancy Ulack Twig, $l.a; extra fancy I'tnh Onnoa, H.2i; fane, Homo Lesutiea. $1.50; 6-bog lots, !.; Pen Davis, highly colored, per bhl., $3.26: Hen Davis, commercial pack, 1 er bbl.. $4.u0; Hhleld Wlnesiips. ler lib!., $4 00 l'esrs: Per box. Anjous, Bheblon. Jers'av, Wosco, Easter. $2.3... Wananas per buncli. $3.(aa'3.26; per lb., 4c. Strawberries: FVi lt iOc VsuUETAULES Cgullflower. whole crate. $ii6 per crate. Cabbage: New v.k ti.niali 1r ib.: isi'onsiu. Holland I seed, IWc lb.; California, new. 2'c lb. Col- ery junioo, uua., unuu louuvv, dol.; ileaf lettnee, 40!i do. Onions: Red. 2o lb.l yellow, 2o lb.; white, 3Hc lb; Span ish, $1.73 cralo. Artlchokea. $1.60 dos.; endive 36c lb.; Rrussels sprouts, 10c lb.; peppers. 600 basket: tomatoes. $0 crate; garlic, Italian. 35c lb.: radlahea, 60o doa; turnips, 60c do.; spinach. 60c dos; I arsley. 60c dns; beans, $4 60 hamper. Onion seta, yellow and red, $1.60 bu.; white, $1.75 bu. Potatoes: Colorado Rurals, 76o bu ; Red River Ohio. 85c bu.: Minne sota whites, 00c bu. Bwoet potatoes, $i76 per bu. NUT No.( 1 Calif jrala walnuts. Ic per lb.: black walnuts, 3Vc per .h.; fll berta, 16c per lb.; wcana. 12c per Ib.j Brajtila 12'ic per lb.; almonds. 20c per lb.; 60 -os. figs. $2 per box; sugar. wal nut dales. $1.40 per bo; Hallow! date, c per lb. MIHCELLANEOt'8 Hhelled popcorn, 4o per lb.; limes, $1.7 per box; oraclterjack. $:l 60 per case; crackerjark, one-half case, $1.76; checkers, $3 50 per caae; checkers, one-half case. $1.76. Honey, $4.00 case. Cider. New York. $l$0 keg. Cocoanuts. $3 60 sack; 7r dos. Cranberries: Iito Howes, $7.00 per bbl.: $160 per bo. Pea nuts: Raw, 7n lb.; sack lot (Jumbo). 3c ' lb.; roasted, BVtc; sal tea, si.ew can. siuso- rooms, wc 10. Kansas City flrala rrstiaissa. KANSAS CITY. March 19. WHEAT No. 3 harl, $1.6Mfl 67; No. 2 red. 31.S4; May. $1.4fi': July, tl.W.Wi.tf; Beptem ber, $1.06VfB'10f.S. rORN-No. 3 i.ilxed. 73c: No. 8 white. 73lic-: No. 3 yellow. 78V. No. 3. 72V,i&;3c; May, 1W10; auiy, I0VIU"C, rrrwne ber. T4Sc. . . .. . OA To No. I white. wvc ro. x mixed. C5ih4Vie. BUTTER tTreamery, 27c; firsts, 2Bo; seconds, 3.V; packing, lie. Et 141ft Firsts, lsc: aeconn. nr. POl'LTRY Hens. l4Vtp; roosters. KVfcc; turkeys, 16c. Minneapolis Grata Market MINNKAPOLIS March W.-WHKAT- Msy, $l.48Vf1.48U; July. $l.42'4 asked: No. hsrd. 1.M; NO. i nonnem. n.oivii' 1.64V: No. $ northern. $l.4i.Kl.i'lV FLOUR encnangea. J4ARLKy71t79c. RYIO-81.17. BRA N $2.00. CORN No. 3 yellow. 9t4i,io. OATH No. 3 white, 6MJ68V.C. FLAX-jl.Klfcftl. gt. I.ooU Grain Market. ST. lyOI'I", March 19. WH KAT No. 1 red. $1.6t'tlt.67; No. i hard, nominal; May, $1.52V; July,. $1.19. CORN No. x, ioc; ivo. i wniie. nomi- "oATR-No. 3, eOc: No. 3 white. 81V; Mar. 74lkii14c: July. 7V4c. r: . . i Liverpool Grain Marker. TIVFRPOOU March 19. WHEAT Spot. No. 1 Manitoba, 13a 6Vxd; No. i hard winter. IS 41. CORN "pot, American mixed, new. 7 Mid: American mixed, old, 8s id; March, 7a 6d. Local Stoeka anil Roncla. QiraUIIss rarnlalMd br Bursa. Brisker ft Oo. . 444 Oroaka NatloDal bank balldlni: Stocks RI4. Askad. poard of TraAs pfd 1W Hankers Mortsa. Loan, Omaha 1TH t'nntln.ntal O. K i. com 14 80 Ctty National Bask, Omh 4 ft .r A Co. 4 14 M Kalrmant OMnio- T . pit lnovi 14114 Onal West.ra guear pfd 11 ul4 Ut. Black Nat., Houib Omaha 174 . tttraha C. h St. Hr. pM 14 TT OsMh ft C. B. m. Hr. turn .47 Hooky Mt. Fual pfd. com. bonus.... M M Slal. Bank of Omaha 114 lit tiwlti A Oo 107 pm, Khertdsn Cos) eom , 18 lip loo Hlook Tarda, Omah 11 Bosde CoettsMital 0 . U. lttl (Nfk) u l.v.l.sd. O.. 4lt. 1M4 IS9. 11 41 hmai City. Mo., Mrhonl 4a. 111.... S7 M MlchHaa Hr. 4. 11 M n IwiU O. B. H4. Fir. K 138 k IM'fc Ooasb Wat.r 4Wa. 141 101 io On aK. MK 4. 1M1 7 t7Vt Ho.'k Moueuln ru.1 6a 1,5 so Hwltt t'O. U, 44 f,S, SMitlt tlntan i. !"1 S.rlbn.r. N.b. Water as, 14 ( t Dl. flare, Nab . 4'ti, ! n Wtrblta t'nlsn stock Tarda ts. 1M4 . 9 Wat.r L. H V. Hot Hprluga, B. D 10214 10 wit ll II Onaaba Hay Market. OMAHA. March 19. PRAIRIE' 11 AY Choice upland, $13.60; No. 1, $1,100; No. 2, $ll.iHj;'12.; No. 3. $V OMtfnl.uO; choice mld lund, $13.00; No. 1, 412.60; No. i. $ll.ii 12.00; No. $, $80ikt(U00; choice low la ml, $11.60; No. 1, Hi.tti; No. 2. $.iyt10.00; No. 3, r.Hr.flO. STRAW No straw on Hie market; needed badly; choice wheat. $ii.6i 7.00; choice oat or rye, $7.0fi7.60. ALPAIJ'A 4'hol'e pea green, leafy, fine atein $14.0uti lii.rtj; It lakes extra choice to bring $16.00; No. 1, U VHTJH.uO; No. t HI.OiOU.i; No. 8. $11 IIOWU.W. Metal Market. NKW YORK, March 19, M ET A LH Lead: Hteaily at $4 Oft 4 16 ; London. 122 L'a 6d. Upelter: Nominal: London, a 44 f.s. Tin. firm: ftvs-ton lots, $.,3.0066 .00 Copper, firm; electrolytic, $l6.0y 16.2'.; casting, $14 6011 76. Iron, steady and un changed. At lnlon: Fpot copper, 67: futures, a 87 10. r!Kt tin, 4:176; future. 17. An timony. A77'u79. T. iyllH. March 19 MET A LA Lead, trong. at $4.10fH.l-S- Spelter, firm, al $y.5vaio.xi. l.oado:, itoi'k Market. LONDON'. March 19. American secur I tie on tho atuck market toi av were nade more active. Krle and Canadian Pacific were frequently marked aud L tilled Htate rltsel eiianged hand at a reaction over the new minimum. 1'he closing waa steady. IflLVER Hr, .1 I3-I0d per ounce. MONEY l'ffl'a per cent. DISCOCNT RATriS-Hhort bill. Hi per cunt; I month. 2' per cent. Col tea Market. NEW YORK. March 18.-OOTTON- fcpol, quiet; middling upland. 8.05c. No tale. Cotton future closed steady; March $.$lc, May, 3 s7c; July, 8.16c; October, . loc; J- enilr. 9.64c. The cotton market closed ateady, net Unchanged to t point lower. MVBRPOOU Msrch 18. (yTTv)N Ppot, trasler; good tnlddllng, G.Cld; mid dling. 4.tr.d; sales. lO.Ouo bales. trad ! OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKET j nr.1. 4. T I v.iuc J Centt Lower Fat iAmbi Are Active Seller- HOGS AROUND FIVE CENTS UP SOI TII OMAHA. March 1. 11R stile. Hogs. Bheep. t'ffli'inl Mondnv .... Olfhl.il Tuesday ... r'!. In 1 "i-dnesdar txflcisl Thursday.'.. Kstmlte Friday 10 4' 1W 1" 7 4 ts lg'l3 4 P' "l3 7'i1 6.PJ1 2 70 KViVI $.244 700 a.iOO ; FInc duj thl week...!4 Ksnie day last week.. 23.323 same dtiys 2 weeks ago 17.774 Same day 3 week ago lH.fW5 Same day I week ago H.:i7 -ame ilsys last year.. 14.397 7J.224 R,'7 7.7I40 .4W 1. !! 2.6R7 (n.6i HO 646 49 6K.S04 1'he following tabB snows the receipts of cattle, hogs und sheep a: the Kouth Omaha live stock market for the year to !m as compared with last year: 191.V 1')14. Inc l"atlle 213,5.17 301.870 l."- Hogs 7nn.tv'.4 H3.432 beep R!S,1.W 812.645 16.694 The following table shews in nverage price for hogs at the South Omaha live stork market for the last few gava, with comparisons: Date. I 19liTM14.il!18 l'12. 11 l.ll10. 1 wiT Mur. Msr. 3.1 4iL, Mi 3 JO I 7K I 6O1 2 .1 41W S 29 3 241 321 6 82 9 661 3 29 8 80 3S 6W 13 Mnr f .! s Vt'di ( pv Mar. 4.1 Mar. t. 67,1 I 3 3 37) 371 I M 30 Mar. 7.. I I R I 471 311 Mar. x.1 m I I 621 34 Mar. ..! r JR. 1 M Ml 76 TH TS 48 8 US1 68 61 ar. 10. 1 fvil, I :z 3 8 76 10 32 63 8 341 8 40i 8 8OU0 27 1 $ 40 Mar. IL'.l 6 Mar. 13 73 Msr. 14.' Mar. 15.1 ( e; 8 40, 8 45' 0 40' 110 37' 8 44 8 601 8 6l $ $411 $ 3l I 47 8 651 f.7! II 4 ,1 s r.-l'O S4) I 8 6-71 8 631 8 80 10 43 4D Mar. Iii.i tit s. 1 X 44 Mar 17.1 4 fWi 3 TO1 I 87110 36 $ 66 ( 60 8 44 Mar. 18.1 ti fi.1U I R 451 3 74l $ 6T.1 0 63' 10 64 Mnr. 19.1 H4 8 5tii 8 701 8 o 110 m Sunday. Rwclpt and disposition of lira stock at the I nlon Stock Yards. South Omaha, for the twenty-four hour ending at 3 o'clock yesterilsv; RlX'El PTR-CA RLO A DR Cattle. Hogs. Nheep. HTI, C, M. 8t. P... abash ttsourl Pariflo Inlon Pacific C. : N. W est.. I.'. N. V., west.. C. St. P., M. it O.. C, H. ft y., east... C., R. A g., west... ('.. R. 1. & P., east Illinois Central 2 4 41 6 is 1 12 Chi. Oreat West. V Total receipt. 114 ar, DiaiDSlTION-HEAP Cattle, Hog. Hneep. Morri A Co ... 147 M 818 flwlft Co Cudahy Packing Co.... Armour A Co Hi-hwnrts Co 245 111 Si 871 1,316 1.749 ,f- 3.606 2.1H8 663 1,8.16 ::J J. v. Murphy Hinetnlr Packing Co.. 30 F. H. Ijewl.... I." Huston A Co 7 J. H. Root ft Co M J. II. tlulla 1 Kelloug I Milllvan Prog 10 Rothschild ft Krebs.,.. 13 Mo. ft Kan I'alf Co.... 18 Christie Huffmiin Tsnner Tiro W John Harvey 21 Other buyer 713 Totals 1A!Wl " CAT 1L Receipts of cattla this morn ing numbered 700 head, making a unai ror the nvo' oay urn " -';"'- ;" lerrest foe anv similar period alnoe tha third week in Coloher of last year. With o few cattla in stgni mis mom... there was really nothing to excite Inter est In buyers or create any entnuaiasm. in consequence in iraue was -dull as It Is very apt to be on a Friday In addition to being weak to 10o lower than yesterdny. The market Is now lfxj 3fc lowcr than last week's close. Cow und heifer were also dull and weak and they are In most rases o hiwer than a week AJtO. . There were not enough gtorkers or feeders In sight to lk about. The feel ing, however, was fully steady with yes terday snd it Is safe to say thut tho mar ket on praclltally all kind of stockera and feeder I about the same lt.wa on KYIflay of lat week. Quotation on cattle: tsood to rholra corn fed beeves 37 t1i.$0: fair to good oornfed beeves, $7.1lj7.f; common to fair cornfed beeve $.60iii7.10; good to holce Imlfers, $.2.Viy7.00, good to rhoioe cow, $B.7Vu.; fair to good cowa $5.0Uif 6.76; eommnn to fair oows, $40045.00; gofxl . L .. 1 . ' ,V-. 7 ill fair t good stockers and feeder. 8A.$Ht7 7.i; common t rair atouker and reedera, t.76rr4.fx: stock heifers. Yy.MlABi; stock oows, t4.7frniO'; slock calvea, $8.00.60; veal calves, $7 00ti.50; bulls, stags, etc., $4.75f.il0 RopTcsenUtlve sales: limCF UTEBRS, at. Tr. .. H sfl ., W 114 .. 176 7 (W ,.11M T 1 ..1IMI T If. , .mo 71 1 No. .... 1.... 1.... 37.... 9.... IT... v. ... ll4 4... 8... 3... 19... I... li... 10... 11... T ....lOlt 7 4 ....1174 7 t .. u:l T W ....isu i m . . . .114 18 I. at T 7 fcVlr.r.iKh AND HKIKliK.', 740 4 4 8 44 T s 819 3 18 14 at IN COWH. . t IN 1 loan 4 n 1 101 4 M I una 4 14 11 UMt I 00 1 una 1 it 1 i.-vi 1 20 It 11 XI I 34 1 11M 8 40 ..10A8 6 63 .. M 6 TO ..1M0 8 74 .. Ml la) ..Hie I 0 ..1230 40 ..1114 3 M ,.ll7 3 34 ,.14M'8 3 it 1 11 0 I U liEIPKRf I ..; M $ T4 4.... 9 1" 40 I.... II loos 4 ir ..., Hl'LLi. t : 1 14 1.,.. , 1 1410 I . ... J 14114 4 4o I ... 1 IIJ I 60 3.... ) 1 A!.V .!. 9 9H 7 4 6..,. W I 40 BM I 80 414 3 74 irafi 8 m 17M 4 41 io,, 1 n 1474 1 at 148 IH 114 4 ti 100 9 fcl r'hlr-De 404 TO 1040 T 60 liM 7 14 1 .174 T 76 II. 1 IN IN I. HTOl ftk.is AN.i 8 40 I 4 10 11 1t 4 14 V, I 1114 4 m, 1 8 M4 3 40 II ni.Aa .-.uiiiv(i.,nj: .... 811 T 3f. .OO I'.eud. coiiuiriscd tnu day's r telpli This bring the total for the week to dale up to "S.&l head, being almost 4.000 bend larger than last week, and more than SO.iial head heavier thn a year ago. Hupplies wern very moderate, and even with 'the ten car held over from ye terday. there wa only a rather limited assortment to pick Imm. Oood shipping hogs were not so plentiful a on prevlou day of tho week, but the shipping de mand wa large, und outaldu buyer started right In taking inch hog a they coull use t figure that were around 60 higher. Pucker, on the other band, tarted lit Just they did yesterday morning, making their offers on a steady basis. Nothing moved, however, until well along In the forenoon, when packers be gan talslng their early offer aioaly, and when the irt pack lug hog finally tuned to go calewur. It was at figure that were just a nickel above yesterday's k'Hec trudo. This strength, which only came In Hjts, wa short lived and before much of anything had a .chance to sell offers were back nn a stesdy basis. This made dosing rounds very dull, but In the end piacticully everything was sold. As a general thing the market waa steady to a nickel higher, and averaged a good strong shade hlaher. Kalut.ers' purchaser were around 6c higher straight through, Willie packers' drove were steady to a shade higher, and as niucii as a nic kel up in spots. Shipping h(s old largely at a range of $ 65'!.fl.75. the iHtter figure ixjlng the dav s ton. tn-t or tn killer moved at 94.4uas.70. Kor - H the week to date value how a net de. cllne of a big bo, while today ton la 7Wc lower thxn the high figure at the close of lust week. Representative rales: No. At. h. Pr. No. AT. gh. Pt .mt to i 111 ... 8 47- .2i 80 To 1 ... 4 7 l ... 3 Ti, JW ... 4 tji, 171 ... 4 74 W ... H 88 74., L1. 70.. a ..ino ..W . u ..tn .MO . ail ..tn ..a ..itn 40 8 15 13 40 so 4 ao 4 41S ... Uli ... 4 44 ... 4 4 40 4 U 41. .. 47... 41 ... 4... 24... o .. 'i... 74... Tl Tl., 44. IJU 3 4b PIG8. .! 3 14 hllEKP A lifcht run of sheen and lauiba was again the order of t h day. th re ceipt amounting to only louo hsad . compared with 11.823 a week ago. The receipt for the five daya of the week tl u far fall a little under lat week, but ar about tha sam as a year ago. Lla the last few day of lat the proportion rf sgAI sheep waa very meager, consist ing only of two or three cars or ewes. With light receipts here, as well as at rill other market points, and bullish ad' vices from the east, sellers started out lnsKing niguer prices The advance was fought by the packer buyers making ar other slow deal during a good part of the forenoon, but finally the buyers were forced to come across with more money. The lamb sold fully lWiJOc higher and aged sheep steady to strong. A new high Price for lambs for the year to Cat was hit this morning, there being two cars of Mexicans fed in Nebraska good enough to reach $.P0. the' record since ' "yj 1 ,op ""ring xnai year was $10 46. The bulk of today's lamb gold jaround $ fiMr9.S6. The range on ewe wss $7.7."D7.0. ne ,op on lamos a wees ago was sw n sgainsi a lop iooay or aw.w. 1 ne duix or the lambs at the close of last week sold In practically the same notches as this morning. Notwithstanding a good run this week price ro generally regarded as strong compared with last week's close, or lo-ii jic higher on Ismbs compared with Monday's opening. Agd sheep have fluc tuated little during the week, and the si pply of them has been very mesger. Quotations on sheep and lambs: 1 Arabs, Mexicans, $9.6itt.l); lambs, fed westerns. P.i 0m?.70; lamhs, shearing. M.$V8.O0; Mexl.-ans, f&40f.7o; lambs, fed westerns, $H90ahft. Inmha, shearing, $3.1013 4; vrarllnga. light. $3 754rt.iW: veartins-s. heavy, $S.60i3176: wethers, gool to choice. $" .. "iiS.011: wether, fair ti Jod. $7.60iS7.7; ewes, good to choice, $7,600.80; ewea, fair to good. $7 2f-fl1 60. Rcprvtientatlve sales: UNO. AV. IT. 5"7 Mexican lamh 71 21? Colorado ewe W 1 30 It'SA 1 tMnraiiu lamoa 74 p 4X Colorado Inmb 71 9 4S1 Colorado ewes $7 7 go 141 shrn Ismbs 71 . 8 fje aO fed lamb TI ' I TS 5 fed Inmbs 83 TO 4S6 Mexican Lambs - 76 IN rillCAfiO I.I VK' STOCK MARKET Cattle Are Weak aa ' . akees) RtransT. OIICA(l, March 14 CATTLFJ Rik celpMs. 3.0S): market weak; native gtsera. $ri.srwys.e6.. western, $K.3b4rT.40: oewa and heifers, $3.26u?7.7t; celreg. $7.0fkff1iX6a. HOH8-aiecelts. 18.000 head: market, early advance lost: hulk of sales. gft.TfS 8 60; light. $41 A0M41K6: nwxed.' 98WY8a heavy. 8d.SMM.86: rourh. . s8.46dM.80: nts-a. $6.6ti4j8.TO. .i 8IIEKP AND LAMTUt-Recelnt M8 head: market strong; sheen, frwcrftlfc; yearling. $7.86a.16; lambs, $7.4WgrifAtal. Kanaaa City Live gtaek Market.'; Receipt. 300 head: market ateady; prima fed steer. $S.lMi 60: dressed beef steer. $7.00411.10: western steer. SgaiemtK. stockcrs and feeder. $4.00437.80; bulls, $&.! Wti; caives, H.otx)j:o.oo. . ittnto Kflcetpts, t.600 bead: mar lest strong; bulk of sale. $8.6n.7K: rioaw. 96 8641 (!. 7I : Decker and butcher, as.884 7 60: light, M.avn.go: pig. 8R.nojjw.60. 8HEEP A Nit LAMRft Rec.lr.ts 8rM head: market higher; lamb, 8Soo.ff9.90; yearling-, WflOftg.80; wethers.. 7.S5iat,00; ewes, I7.00ff7.76. Bt. Lnal Lira Btork Market. KT. LOma. March 14 C ATTI,R Tt- celpta, l.VO head: market lower; native heef cterr. 37.OtMfg.76: rows anA heifers $i.6U8.26; aonthern stsers. $8.iA4i7.T6; cows) ann hellers. 84.ooti.oo: native calves. 300 if 10.00. H004 Receipt. 700 head: marVet higher: pig and lights, $5.60qjT.30; mixed and butchers, $ft.8SJ'7.2v; good heavy, $490 fr7.06. i sHEEP A Nil LAMP.B Recelpta 1.900 head; market higher; native mutton, 94 76 4r800: lambs. $8 OOfiO.W.; yearling, fl.WQf $.90; (beared yearlings, $.6t&7.0. long City Live Black Market. SIOUX CITY. Ia.. March l.-CATTIJe- Recelpts. 809 head: market ateadvi na tive stews, $ (H(r7.5R: butcher. 38 h 860; cannrra, $3.2fifjH.7r; bulls, stags, ate, $4 60416.36. HOOn RerelnU. 8.30ft head: market steady: heavy. 88.Wj41eni mixed. !.: fight, 6.tVu.$7is; bulk of sales, $.87yti 6.624. KIUCEP AND LAMBf4 Recelnt. . 300 head. Bt. Joseph Lira Btnrk Market. HT. JOBKPH. March 19. CATTLE Re ceipt, 100 head. Market ateady: ateer. $700118.60; cow and , heifer, $4.164J.3S; calve, 7.(i1t.2y HOOP Receipt. 8.O1IO head. Market higher: ton. ag.TSi bulk of sales. H.i7j. $.7$. rlHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 500 head. Market steady; lambs. $9.0o$t.fl6. 1 1 I ( nffee Market. NF)W YORK, March 19. COrPKE Coffee future opened at an dvnce of 1 to 4 point In repone to the continued strength or tfroall cable, but there seemed to he very few buying order around tha ring and price eased off un der realising, aeatterlng May liquidation In anticipation of large dellveriea, and some local sellng for a reaction. Tha cloae wa net unchanged to point lower. Hale. 38,600 hag. March. 8.0hc; April, 8.08c: May. 8.12a; June, .17o: July. 7.24c; August. 7.31c; Heptember, T.38e; Or toher. T43e; November. T.48o: Deoamber, 7.63c; January, 7.67c; February. 7.81. Fpout. ateady; Rio No. T, 80:. Hanto No. 4. losiioc. . Rla exchange was 11-1M higher, while thsr wag a further advance of 76 rel In tha Rla market and of 100 rel gt Banto. Dry Goad ' Market. ' NKW YORK. March 19.-DRT JOD Cotton rood were steady today and lightly firmer in primary marfcata Tama war quiet. Wools wore firm and Jiigh as a rule. Bilk were quiet. Evaporated Apples kad Drl4 Ifralt NEW YORK. March l.-EVAPOrR-ATED APPLEH Dull. DRIED riiLITB Prunes, quiet and easy. ApriroU. barely steady. Paaobes, steady. Ralalna, slow. Conviction of Diggs And Caminetti is Affirmed by Court "AN FRAN'CTHCt. Wareh lfc-Tha ean vlctlon of E. Drew Caminetti. son at Anthony Caminetti. United Btatei com mlsHtoiur general of immigration, and Maury I. Dlggs. former gtata architect, under the Mann white slave act, were af firmed today by the I'nited Plate cir cuit court of appeal. The opinion was delivered by Prealdsng' Judge (lllbert and was concurred In by Judge Wolverton. Judg Erakin M. Ross dlnsented." . Dlgg and Caminetti were tried and 1 convicted before i nlted ritate Dlatrtet j Judge W41Ilam C. Van Fleet In 1911 for the transportation of Lola NorrU and Marsha Warrington from Sacramento, Cat., to Reno, Nev., for Immoral pur pose. SHOOTS AT DESERTER IN DOWNTOWN STREETS Miff YORK, March 19-8ergeant Henry Wetltlng of the Mxty-slxth com pany roast artillery. I". M. A , fired four bullets from an automatic pistol gt a de- scrter w horn h was pursuing at Thirty 1 eighth street and Broadway ,r,h. ... bullet glanced from th sl today. Tha sidewalk, una - struck and dangerously w ounded a blind peddler, another Inflicted a slight wound Ir. th neck of the deserter, " Joseph Flelschman, while th third grased tha theek of Dr. Charles Hunt of Washing ton, D. C- The fourth bullet whlssed over a crowd of pedestrians. CARNOY COMBAT PROVES COSTLY TO THE GERMANS PARIS. March Id. Th combat at Car noy, which bjian the evening of March 14, by tha explosion cf a heavily tmarged mine In en of the French advanced tranclies. wa vain and eostly for tha Oermans. accoiding to an official not 1. sued by tha war office today. wa