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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. 1 APRIL 3," 1915.
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FOR RENT
Mawawe aad lattagrea.
U nft-lfcM N. lth nc, -r., mod. ex. heat.
I.a.aiv-Jf.71 Fpaldlng, T-r., mod. ex. heat.
1 00 tl Pratt fct., b rms.. all modern.
r7.i( ,$ Bhermaa Ava., rms., all mud.
80 .on-6312 Florence Blvd., S-r all mod.
We have large list of other desirable
bouses.
PAINE INVESTMENT COM PA NT,
Douglas 1781. Ware Block.
WKST CAUNAU DISTRICT.
A desirable 7-room modem
houne la good repair, VW per
month.
Can Douglas 800.
86. NEAR FARNAM.
t-r., eaiit front, only $7R.
O'KEEFR REAL ESTATE CO.,
J016 Omtht Nat. i Don. 271$.
HOCSE8 FOR RENT.
$af.0n--r. bungalow, 3321 N. 14th Ave.,
modern.
tU.006-r., 3614 N. tilth St., mod. ex. heat,
iu.oo -r.. 410 8. $7th Ave.
8IS.0O 6-r.. 412 S. 27th Ave.
$40.00 7-r., 13 N. 36th St., mortem, hat
water neat.
$2i.00-6-r.. mil Half-Case St. modern.
APARTMENTS AND FLATS.
$S5.00--r.. 530 Park Ave., modem.
$40.00 7-r., 709 B. 16th Bt., modern, team
heat
$40.00 8-r.. 28 Farnam Bt., modem flat
H6.00-6-r., 19 8. 14th Jst , modern, steam
heat.
$47.60 t-r., 618 8. 19th St., modern, stoam
neat.
GEO ROE) ft COMPANY,
Phone D 756. K2 CUy Nat. Bank Bid.
HOUSES FOR RKNT.
Seven rootna. sleeping poroh and sun
room, new and desirable, exceptionally
fine view, quiet neighborhood, $60 or too,
with garage.
Seven rooms and hall, strictly modern,
hardwood finish In first story, three bed
rooms upstairs, one bedroom or den and
bath on first floor, 8.T0. This house fronts
on a paved street and boulevard. 24
blocks from csr line.
J. H. DUMONT fc CO..
418 State Bank. Douglas 600.
xm Mason St., t-r., all modern, $40.
u:a Franklin Bt.. 12-r.. all modern. 136.
Jits Half-Caas 8t., all mod., 6-r.. $23.
2 Chicago Rt, 6-r.. mod. ex. heat, $22.
2fv4 Emmet St., 7-r., mod. ex. heat, $18.
1H07 Lothrop St, 8-r., all modem, $18.
NX Paclfio St.. 6-r.. mod. r. heat. $16.
1012 Pacific St.. 6-r., mod. ex. heat. $15.
81S 8. Kth t.. I-r., part modern, $3. ,
BIRKETT & COMPANY.
422 Bee Bldg. Doug. 633.
112 PARK AVE., 7-room mniin n brick.
RKMIS PA RK-S 4 Hawthorne. rms
strictly modi-m. lot and location most
desirable, good value at $o. tor $4u.
Webster 371W, or Douglas 3017.
B EVEN-ROOM modern house. 106 888 Bt
skis CALDWHLL- Walking distance.
rooms, modern except heat, first-class
condition, rent reasonable, web. 172.
-room rood, house. 2612 Chicago. U. 8146.
2302 GRACE 4 -pleasant rooms, ground
floor. $14 month. Tel. Web. 6734.
Jp TT J Bxp. on., moving.
I , t PPfl packing 4k storage.
Ne XVVkV-VA Farnam. D. 114.
( ROOV8, ;67 Jones St. $30. Never been
occupleo. bleeping porch; oak rinisn;
modern throughout Apply 305 B. 17th St
Phone Douglas E4-C
' KKAL ESTATE.
rARM A RAM II LAMDS FOR ALB
Ce,rs)ae
TO SETTLERS ONLY-82B seres) foe fat
men corn, airaita ni waeat lann; a
nd. J. A. Tiecy Fort Morgan. Colo.
Nartk Dnkota.
BUY NORTH DAKOTA farm, $S per
acre cash, balance crop payment plan.
Have fine wheat, corn and alfalfa farms
for $36 to $:& per acre. For further infor
mation see T. Sullivan. 315 Brands!
Theater. Omaha, Neb,
Farm and Haaek Laaes.
CNIMPROVED 4 and 11-acre tracts.
JOHN N. FKENZEH DOUGLAS 664.
WANTED TO BUY
Yale buys everything li h and. Tyler 141$.
OFf'iCK furniture bought and sole
C Reed, 13U1 Farnam. Itoug. II.
WeJ rU'V M-henm cioine. ii S. Mia.
Sligntiy used btgh-griiae piano. U $017,
GOLDliN oak typewriter desk. IX Km.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$lu0 TO $W,0uu made promptly. F. D.
Wesd, Wead Bid., lsth and Farnam 8t
REAL r ST ATI WEST SIDE
Fine Lot
Near Creightori
College
N. E. corner iSth Ave. snrt Webster,
40x1(4 feet; room for two houses, paving
on both streets in and paid for. 1ot is
fenced with an Iron fen'-e n! Is un
doubtedly me of the best vacant lots
In that district. Price. $1.W. ami on
very easy terms, or owner will take a
little less for all cash. o out tnd look
K over and make us a proposition, as the
owner Is very anxious to dispose of It,
and will do business it your proposition
is at all fair.
Payne & Slater Co.
l Omaha Nat Bank Bldg
Indoor Sports
Osyytf; IIwmIJmaI Hove
By Tad
CITY and farm loans, t, 6, per cant
J. H. l'umnnt A Co.. 414 Slate iiank.
WANTKI-City loans. Peters Trust Co.
WANTtU-City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith e Co., 1320 Farttam Pt
MO.NEV on hand for city and tarm loans.
H. W. Binder, City National Hank BlUg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. V. Wead,
Wead HUlg., isth and Farnam Sta
G AliVIN LiROy l"ans. 6u0 and up.
UAikiil AJI.Vt0 omaha Nat. Bank.
fa Eli us first for farm loans In
Neb. United states Trust Co.,
eastern
Omaha,
6
CITY LOANS. C. U. Carlberg,
au-Si2 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
OMAHA homes. Kast Nebraska farms.
O'KEICFK REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Oraaha National. Phsna DoJglas 2714.
REAL. EST ATE WANTED
WANTED Trsct of cheap land, weet of
Kerney end south ot Broken Bow-Al-llance-Crawford
line. From $.000 arres
up Give description, price, terms, nearest
town, distance from railroad. Lock box
4iw. Omaha
Large Corner
West Farnam
At the northeast oornsr of 3Sth and
Burt Sts., we have for sale a beautiful
comer lot with magnificent shade trees,
beautlfuf lawn and driveway already In.
It has 100 feet frontage en th St. and
113H feet frontage on Burt St. Both
streets are paved and the paving Is all
paid. It is the finest and cheapest big
corner In the West Farnam dlstrU-t. One
block from the car line, close to the new
Cathedral and the Sacred Heart convent,
one block from Bemls Park. The sur
roundings are Ideal. Owner has left city
and tha property must be sold. You will
miss something If you don't pick this up,
Charles W. Martin & Co.,
Tyler 17. 741 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
3 COTTAGES-$200 NOW,
REST MONTHLY, .
LIKE RENT
CLIFTON HILI-Throe rooms, 6ft ft.
lot, near five-minute car line. Only $7n0.
3STH AND Git ANT Near Blvd., nearly
new. 4 nomi, 1.2.
BAST WAI-K Near tth and Cuming
St a.. C rooms, water, gas. three small
lota; paved; $1,SG0.
O'Keele Real Estate Co.
101$ Omaha National. Phone Douglas IT15.
A DESCRIPTION
of that borne you have to offer mentioned
to a number of our most desirable clients
is likely to mean a good sale for you. No
obligation.
SAUNDERS COMPANY, s
1213-16 W. O. W. Bldg. Douglas S622.
PEAL
ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
XXOUbCS creigh Sons &
the
Co..
city.
Bee Bids.
N. 2fTH ST., $20. Tel. Harney 24tO.
I-RM. mod. house, Florence. Florence 242.
tores aad Offices.
FOR RENT.
DOWNTOWN SHOP AND DWELLING.
Four rooms above, large shop below,
suitable for carpenter, plumber or storage
of automobiles; $J0 per month.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
416-1$ Stat Hank Bldg. Phone Doug. C90.
1814 CUMIftG ST., medium size store
'room, with basement. Will give a three
year lease. Call Douglas 2Q.
222 N. 1UTH ST., a fair-sized storeroom
and basement for grocery, bakery or
cloali and suit store. Can be leased for a
term of years. Call Douglas SOS.
A Good Trade
$5,500 equity In first class new Invest
ment property. Two apartments, rent
$100 per month, to exchange for desirable
vacant ground. Price, $12,000. -location
very desirable.
Glover & Spain
919-20 City National. Phone Douglas 393.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
i REAL ESTATE
rARM t BAMCH LAMPS f OH 1A LB
California.
Dream
of 40 auies,. .,.'. uiHt.'r -cultivation. with
" 1 lowers in i.lo.m; avres in peaches, 4
'. acrea In grate; nne vegetable garden;
splendid old oaks; with house, bara and
all neoessary outbultotngs; located In one
of Caiitornla's beauty spots. Our Live
Oak coioniec have nut oiuy this one, but
utuers for you to look at; also Just the
land ready for the plow, so that you can
erect your own style of buildings. Prices
lower than you think, and terms to suit
you. lot us tell you about out land and
its advantages of location. Irrigation ey
ttm and nearness to Bacraniento City,
the beautiful capital ot the state. Write
-today for literature.
W. T. Smith Co.
, City National t-.iiM i;jilnng.
2, 3, 4 and 5
Acre Tracts j
In Richland Acres
If you want soma of lha best level and
gently rolling rich land, close to a paved
road, and a sjood location, you should hot
overlook acres In this new addition. It
is all in alfalfa and original prairie, only
! a short distance from Benson and ad-
Joining Keystone Park on the northwest.
Home pieces have running water. An
elegant place for an Investment or a fu
ture home. This tract ts only blocks
from tha JITNEY LINE. These acres
will be sold on our usual easy terms.
Prices, fcftn to $4o9 per acre. , .
Hastings & Heyden
" 1614 HARNEY ST.'
CaaaAa.
STOP! LOOK! RKADI
Now is the time to come to Canada an(f
ouy a goou larm. The aarest Investment
on sarin Is earth itself. I have some ot
the cnoleet wneat and flax land In West
era Canada that will laake you money.
Close to town, consolidated school and
church. eo me for cheap Investments,
beventeen years' expei-tence In Western
Canada lands. P, U. Uovair, D'Arcy,
Husk., Canaaa-
REAL ESTATE DOWNTOWN
Douglas St. Bargain
we are offering one of the best invest
ment income properties on Douglas 8t.
that ran be had In downtown real estate.
Nonresident owner says sell. For quick
action wiu make prion and terms right
Buildmg all, modern: in fine order.
W. T. Smith Co.
City National Bank Bldg.
Misaoaxt.
KIGULpT land saie vt ins year now on.
100 forty-acre (arms nnu tacn. vioud land,
Vell settled locality. Cloaa to railroad.
$12 per acie la hair actual value, Uraat
ist bargaius in Cvoutii iiiasourl at sensa.
tional prices. Write today for fres Uim
atuis. D. Alerriam, lulls .bentoii.
Kamws aty. Kansas.
LEAVING CITY THUS UOUTK.
You can buy this new up-to-date home
at a big sacrifice, and it will surely please
you. ' Titers are 7 nice rooms ana a sleep
ing porch llniahed in the highest grade
of oak, the very best of plumbing, extra
toilet in basement A $300 cement garage
for 2 oars, with driveway; street newly
naved and all paid. Surroundings and lo
cation unexcellud. The house is on tivana
street and $4,900 will buy It; $1.0u0 cash,
balance In monthly payments.
PAYNE IN VhitJTMEKiT CUMMNl,
Douglas 178L W are Block
r . - . u . ' . .
Mlsusaautsv.
KAROAIN 240-acre farm 20 miles from
Minneapolis; 140 acres vder cultivation,
4u acj es good rouadow, c- acres tlmbcroU
lastura; can practu.aily ait be ouluvaud;
vuou corn laud; larm is lenced; 10-rooni
iiouso, barn, gianaiy, much be sued, wln4
uuli, etc.s U Iea4 guud uuia ouws. 4 good
nurses, harneaaea, wagoiu, complete set
ut mactiloery, uugs, cuicaens and every
tniug oa tun 'tarm goes at 4 per aors;
1a,lM caan, taiuuce caa aland tot- it years
at per oeui. benwab rtios., Uut iiy
. iiiouth Ulog . Mlnovapoiis. Jaiun.
liAVU lit acres of Minnesota, land, will
' Uaae tor tty property; win accept Vlu
troia ilrst payment Aadiess U Ztii,
uoe.
Mostsaa.
li ENTERS, iiOAIJUk:k.a;ERS Your op
portualty. eu.ww uvtvs Irrlsated vtbul
and auaite laua utw aelUautcut at Vaiiar,
Wunt til.uO to tM per acru; fuua yuanr
time. For particulars, write Vailer Farm
bales Co.. ui 10u2 Valler. Hunt.
joo acres under plow, 0 alfalfa, sO na
tive meadow, . WO pasture, 10 in garden.
yards, etc, ' all fenced with four wires
and posts one rod apart; best of CORN
AND ALFALFA LAND; Ureeley county:
no sand; only t and 1 miles of towns on
two railroads; good small house, stables,
sheds, granary, corn cribs., etc; cneap.
or.iy .u an acre; hall cash, balance ta
ult.
I. CONNPTR.
CONNER INVESTMENT COMPANY,
A tJNAP
on 116 acres of good farm land, Itt miles
irem Blair, Neb. For further particulars
write H. Martin, uwnsr. LIUio Fails,
ma
id lace I !.
LAND YOU SALE
.0 farina In Nebraska, from $0 acrea to
aw acres each. luO ranches In Nebraska,
lansuig from $00 acres U 4.O0U acres. Nc
brassa lands are ail well lai proved and
run from lis t4 'UP per acre.
Over lif.OuO acrea of unimproved land In
Nebraska. Kansas, Colorado Wyoming,
etc . from $J to Ho per acre.
Also Unproved farms In Iowa. South
Dakota. AUiiaesota. North Dakota, Mis
souri and Montana. I have farms la
nearly every state in tha union. We
give good terms on all Improved farms
and on all raw land one-ttiatA ouwo ajtd
one-ttnU) annual payments.
Wo have a great many farms to trade
for tncwnio property la all large towns. A
great many income properties to trade
for Improved land.
Evry perscoi wno wants to sell or
traVi land or Income property should
lit with us as we have the buyers and
sellers. Our catatonia will be ready
about April iu nt rree on application
W. M. NASH.
KAL EaTATE. 03 BEJ3 BLDG.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
Harney St. Special
At tftth and HarneV we have one S-room
modern house. In irood shspe; always
rented, and we can sell for $4,500. Paving
all paid for. Convenient terms can be ar
ranged.
Payne & Slater Co.
1 Omaha Nat.'Bank.
WEST FARNAM home. T rooms, recep.
tten hall, bath, grate, large attie; a bar
gain. See owner. 121 S. Mth 8L H. 4123.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Dundee Residence
Owner Leaving City
Practically new 7-room. strictly modern
house. Large living room, with brick
fireplace and built In bookcases. Well
lighted, attrafttve dining room, conven
ient pantry and kitchen. Oak finish
first floor, three good slsed bedrooms
and enclosed sleeping porch second floor:
tiled bath room; extra lavatory In one of
the bedrooms. Oak floors throughout.
Stalrwav to floored attlo. Full cemented
basement. One block from car. line, near
km pit. investigate at once. on Cali
fornia , Bt. . . ,
George & Company
Phone D. Tf., ' tCH City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
! V'l I DoaTT CIVS- I BjLft TVAJK m4T- awuiC AA.P T-I MAA- r -
MaCTW OMCLE TTU- .- "SSC- ? 'W-
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Very Light and
:. Priceg Steady to Strong Fat
Lambi Are Higher.
HOGS SHADE TO FIVE CENTS UP
awsSfVsasaesssB
B01.TII OMAHA. April 2, 1915.
RecrlDts wers:
Ofriclal Monday ....
Official Tuesday
Official Wednesday.
Official Thursday .
Estimate Friday ...
Cattle. Hogs. Shep.
.. 5 948 l.M lit
.. .10 K.M1 $,r4
.. 4,8". 12,S4;l 10,tW
.. 2.81S 14.272
.. WO $.100 $.310
W.348 4P,-'.9
fJ. l KM
72.008
,rtS7 2.M7
R9.0!7 55.69
Plvg days this week.. 20, 4"
Name days last week. .IS. 270
Hams days 2 wks. sgo.2ft.974
Same days a wks. ago.23,S
Name days 4 wks. ago.17.774
Same days last year.. .11.92
Tha following table snows me receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at tha South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
data as compared with last year:
. . WIS. 1914, In.
ttUa ..Jfii.WT 220P12 M.2J6
Hogs-...,.... i.....&19,W7 lW),2Kft 162,(2
Sheep. , 7,27T 71.o0 t.727
Tha follewlnsr tal1a umwi tha average
prico fer hoga at tha South Omaha live
stock market tor tha last faw days, with
comparisons:
iTii
Dundee Lots
$1,000- Each
$100 cash and $10 per month buys a few
choice north and south front lots, 601
ft. each, an paved streets,'. wHh city
water, sewer,' etc., in street, with I per
cent discount for all cash. These lota
lay 'high and sightly and are protected
by a reasonable building restriction. Bee
us before they are all sold. w -
George & Company
Vl City NaL Eank Bid. Phone D. TM.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
COMTORT.
PLEASANTNESS.
$3,600.
Hot water heated, excellent 6-r. home.
SAUNDERS COMPANY.
121.V16 W. O. W. Bldg. Douglas 3621
Nat'l Realty Co.
Bella and trades R. E. 21$ Be Bldg. t. MOO.
ABSTRACT OP TITLE
T7" Tltle Guarantee and Abstract
lPTT Co-i modern attract office,
A aoK So. 17th fit. Phone D. 647.
Jefsen & Morrell,,
H-t State
Bk. Bldg. n. 2292.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract
office In Nebraska. 20K Rrandelg Thea.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
UOUShiFOKSALE ,
SOUTH
$7,000 , ,
One block from liauscom Park, west
Side.
One of the finest 10-room houses la
Omaha. The owner la a contractor.
House built for own use. Has moved to
Chicago- This Is the most substantial,
best built, best finished, best located and
beat looking house for this money In
Omaha. Let us show It to you.
$15,000
This Is a high class house, overlook
ing Hansoom park and a beautiful
view across to Iowa. It would take too
much space to describe the house, as
everything is the very finest, hand-
decorated piano polished woodwork, etc
e would r ier to show this house, as
greut MANY PBOPLH are ouly lookers
and are NOT lXTEREHTED. To any per
son interested, call up, and we win have
n auto t tnoir Ooor when ready.
W. M. NAtSII & CO.,
02 Bee Bldg Real Estate, Rental.
Office rhone Red 236; Sunday
Jturcicy lll.
Field Club Home
Remarkable
Bargain, $6,000
Best location in this choice district
Beautiful east front lot (4x124. This Is a
practically uaw t-room house, all modern,
oak flnlMh; positively cannot be dupli
cated fur anywhere near the price. A
straight loan of $3,!00 at iwr rent now
on property. Splendid opportunity either
or home or investment, investigate. .
Armstrong-Walsh Co.
Investora with mono; rea4 the Ileal
Estate ' ada la Tha Be. Advertise your
property for a quick
RAILWAY TTMJC CARD
Pate. I l16.fl14.mi jlBI2,llll.ll.W.
Mar. 1.
Mar. It.
Mar. 20.
Mar, 21.
Mar. 22.
Mar. 22.
Mar. IK.
Mar. 2&.
Mar. K.
Mar. 27
Mar. 28.1
aiar. zs.
Mar. in.
Mar. 31.
April 1.
Apr id 2.
163 I 46 $74 6e 62 10 64 $ 60
4 $ 6t I 70 65 10 1 t 44
$ 6 $ 6S $ 69 $ 6 $4$
$64 $78 7 10 4i, 10 63
I 8 I $1 7 Of. 46 10 49 t 64
l5 ST i is 6 45 10 61 $ 64
60 $ U ( 90 41 10 S3 61
44V. 1(4 l7 T0I $ 36 10 66 iM
t 474 I 46 I 84 7 1 10 63 i T
62-i. ass ag6iT37 BS "
t 41 1 I 4 7 a $ 4210 701
Ig6S I 601 7 gBilu u
60-H I 42 7 71 241 M I M
68 I SC I 71 $9.10 67 $ $5
SO'.! 1 1 K 1 n $7 10 ) ITS
I 8 fh 8 20 8 68 7 li
$
1
8 70 7 S3
Sunday,
' Recstpts and disposition of tlva stock
at the Union Stock Yards, South Omaha,
for the twenty-four hours ending at 3
o'clock yesterday:
RECEIPTS CARLOADS.
Cattle. Hogs. Bheep. H r a.
C , M. ft Bt. P 1
Wabash l
Union Pacific . 20
C. A N. W east...l 1
C. 4s N. W., west... 7 42 .. 1
C. ft. P.. U. U.. .. ..
C, B. Ac east... 2 7
C. B. 4b Q., wost... 1 . 25 4 1
C, R. I. P.. east. .. 6 I
C. R. I. & P.. west. .. $
Illinois Central 1 6
Chicago O. VV 4
Total receipts ... 24 128 13' 4
DISPOSITION HEA-D. ' J
Cattle Hoga Sheep.
oornfed beeves, 26.5WT.10; good to choice
htlfers. l6.STifl7.00; gwod to choice eowa,
lo.764rH.60: fair to sood cows. 14.002 6.7ft.
common to fslr cows, $3.788.09; good to
choice stock ors and feeders. $7.i-Q1 00:
fair to good stockers and feeders. $.76M
7.20; common to fair stocksrs and feed
ers. $0.7(14.76: stock heifers, $5.7.'x8 60;
stock cows. Io.004iS.is: stock calves. $.M
7.60; veal calves, $7.0Otf.76; bulla, itags,
to., 4.'Rtt.W.
tSlEhir BTKKRB.
Ks. Av. rr. Ne. A. tV.
621 CO u '.....lias 7 16
Ul Ik M 1141 1 M
n U M...., M IK
4 I M HO Il T M
1 71 .. li T M
II ' 7 SO ' 14 Ml 7 4
it win 7 to ta...... not 1m
BlfcrtHfl ANu HB1FK..-.
10 t. 4 71 It -.Wit T ft
14 V.O i U I HI tk
not $) ,
COWS. N
4 t7$ 4 10 . II tM I 4s
4 ft 4 Tt t Kc I M
I IS tit . I line
U 1J l I..., 1W$ 4H
HEIPKliS.
U 1M0 t 4 4.... m 1M
4 '. 10 11 717 1 s
.,....? lie l IM Ml
$M I to t M III
t in l. .......... iii
XM 7 M , 1 $11 I 11
6Tbcvk.K) AND rEEDKRS.
I Ill I W . 1171 t 41
4 Dor 7 SO . 11 7(i f 4
I 5M 7 I U IN lM
2 114T I SS
HOOS There was a moderate Von in
sight this morning, about 127 cars, or
8,700 head, showing up. Total for the
five days ts 66,34$ head, being 1.00ft short
of last week, but a gain of 22. KM head
over tha corresponding week of last year.
Reports from other markets' indicated
a slightly better feeling In priors, and
the local market onened with ehlnnera
buying freely at prices that were fully a
nickel higher. The demand waa some
what broader today, in that good butoher
weight stuff found more favor with the
outsida buyers, and some comparatively
weighty hosa reached too flaures. On
these grades prlnea looked as much a 64
10c up, while the lighter weights that
shippers have been taking all week were
a flat nickel better. Bulk of the ship
pers1 purchases was made at $.eRt.70,
with quite a sprinkling as high aa $..
Packers' early bids were not much bet
ter than steady with Thursday's average,
and lit spite of all sellers could do tboy
finally put tin the big end of their droves
at figures that were no mora thaa a shade
nigner. una packer laid out, and this
made trade slow all through. Toward the
close prices eased off a little and late
rounds were very dull, last sales being a
pincn lower man tno early market.
The general trade was anywhere from
a shade to to higher. Moat of tna killing
hogs sold at $6.04.62, and tha bulk ot
all the sales was made at $e.M4.70. The
week s trade Is a bis: dim hluher an all
graaea.
AND LAMBS Receipts, 209
HBEP
head.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady ta s(reBsr Hogs
Firm Sheer) gteagy.
CHICAGO. April I.-OATTLE Receipts.
700 head; market steady to strong; native
steers. S6.W4ja.76; western, $6,6mi7.40; rows
and heifers. $.T004p;.76; calves. iS.OWVOO.
HOOS Receipts, 13,000 head; market
firm, 6n higher; bulk of sales, f&MniC.M;
light, $6T(M!.K; mixed, $A.tu4.9l; heavy,
$6.6Xi0.v2VI; rough, $H.60Vfl0 ; pig. $6.60
tlll.
SHE HP AND tA MRS Receipts, 8,00ft
head; market steady to strong; sheep,
$7.2.'4J8.40; lambs. $7.7T10.16.
t. Joseph Llw Itaek Market.
ST.1 JOSEPH, April $. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 204 head; market steady; steers,
17.01 S. 2..; cows and heifers, tS.TVQti.S.);
calves, $.6ntf.7tl.
HOteM Receipts, 4.800 head; market
higher: top. M.N0; bulk of galea. $8.7oi4.7.V
811 EE I' AND LAMB.1 Receipts $,0J0
head; market steady; lambs, W.MffO.W.
Live stock $ Slarht.
Receipts of live stork at tha five prin
cipal western markets yesterday were as
follows:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
Sioux City I. $no
Chicago TOO ,0n0 S.0X1
Kansas tty n 4,wio
St. Louis 400 8.000
South Omaha tbO 8.7WO
2,noo
2,2110
1.2ft)
Total receipts 2.86 40,700 1$,600
DCJI'S
MBTIBW
or
TRADES
War
Tyler Y.A.
tiateBnk Bldg.
NEAR WINDSOR SCHOOL.
Just finished, 6 rooms and bath, living
room, duilng room. ltn and k lichen oo
first floor, oak finish, full basement, flue
corner lot, suxli. street paved, close to
school and west side Hmswa park car
line. Will make terms or take vacant lot
as first payment.
RASP BROS., '
10$ UcCague Bldg.
Douglas lVt
NEAR VINTON CAR BARN, ti,ii6.
Can sell this strictly modem a-room
house on very easy terma. A fine place.
for roomers, aa triers are live bedrooma
and only H blcK'k from Mouth Omah
PAYNE INVESTMENT
DoukIus 171. Ware
i Omsha car. I Wabasl
OM PM Oauan-8.
Ware Block, aiail ea4
UNION ITATION Ttsth aad HtHi
Otlcaao at Tlorthweatersy ,
I MOUTH.
. Dseait. Arrive.
Twls City luiw T aai all w m
Dakota Paaaaaawr bt a
glou Oil Leal.n 4iS sat s l!i si
Minus pans Kisna la a aU:M aa
Tela Clir Lisiua a I ut pa a 7 i aa
AST.
tMavsr CpmIsI , a 7: aa
Carrall Laval a 741 aa I In
Hawaare Eioraaa a 7 ant all ts aa
Cbieass Leoai .............. .aU M ra a 141 m
Cairoll Local at Msa aW: aa
Cktcaso MuU a I 00 pa m'ntmm
las Francises Ltmlt4 all U aa ail is -
Ovarlasl lAmtUt . I HI STiMaa
OrafoB-Wadilnstos I4alta4..a U sin alOili aa
U Asgaiae LI alias 4la elite) aa
wgkff,
CbaJrsa Looal .....a liM) aa .....,.,,s
Laneola-Dallaa 4l:M aa s I'll ft
L4naola-Lris Pise ....a I 14 sa ai0:ia In
Kaatlnss-H us arise ........... ,b I I sa S I 10 aa
DmIwuo4-Ho Iprlass s I M sa U Mia
aapar-Lanlar a 1:41 sa all 04 aa
Aibtoa-oaaaais a 4 st aa b i s a
t kleavara, Milvraakeo at. Pasl.
Paeltta lAalte. 4 J:M ,a slim aa
caioaae asaaial ...alASta a 1.14 u
Chlcase LarB4 sastal....a t ie aa alius aa
CallloraM stall -a I M sa a I b aa
ataxilla laaat A tm Sa ell ZZ
Cktcac Urcat vVeetejra
Twls City Ltaltag 4 I N s a II,
Tela Ctir a...... ll Uta a I W aa
Caicaaa Basnaa a sa a I n la
Mlsaoarl rsaiit
K. C. U Kreai....a I
K. C- l- L Basraas.
a. C I V Paal ,
Cklcaao, lAooki lataa at fstelf 1
BAJIT. '
Reckr Uouataia LtaitaS... li aa
ehicafO Local Paaaaaar.....Bi.u aa
Caicaea tar Kivcaaa l.af aa
Cklsaea Niskt aJUiraa a 4.W sav
Daa Mulaaa looal iu"H l 4 1, m
CAIaee-attraiaa Luatipa. . .a l as sal
Cl.-Nsb. Linltaa le Lauwla-a I 4k aa
l.earaaa A CaUlwala a l.M tm
Okiaaoaa Tasaa kias.,4 S pm
tUH.a stauiiala I ,linliae....ila aw
llalea tNaoltf . v
Otarlaal Uattes a IS sa
CeiUuraa aaU alSsai
Oa4taa aaifas .......m..... m. ......
AvUaLa aascaae
Ua AsaaMs LtmUai 41144 aa
.4aroi bl'i" ......4 l a m
OUwtM alal 4U4.S aa
aa yrasnaoa (iaasl 44 al aa
yacttka Uaiwe ai4 41 sa
(JI4WMU UbU4.JU(.
Siwta Ma fa s a, aa e 4:4a aa
Waal laaaa Ual 4 I S sa eaV4aa
saraarskaig Lsaal eU-4l a fe.a
HUaels Ceatrsv
Ckieaaa WaUal S I H aa
Aj,.caa ao 4 l a aa a 14 ,Z
l ula gisraas s 1 11 pa
a i.ac aa
Morris 4V Co......
Swift Ml Co
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour A Co
bchwarts 4V Co..
J. W Murphy
Ho. Omaha Packing Co.
Benton, Vansant at L...
Huston tt Co ,
J. B. Root A Co
Werthelmer 4V Degen....
Sullivan Bros
Christie
Hurt man
Longman 4k Bro
(Meyers
iKreba
Other buyers
Totals 7
64
1.2W
l,8lo
1,074
1,4x7
3,4J
680
1.0S4
711
til
7 aa
'"iH K Al sisa
sa a i.m m
silatsa
kia U pa
a 4 4 pa
a
uiiiu
a i .M aa
14? pa
a 4 SO aa
all . aa
au.n aa
a I 41 pa
IU II aa
5 !
a i t w
a l ex pa
alsvpa
a t.s aa
s74i"aa
as a pa
a I 41 aa
72 7W
774$' f.408 1.717
CATTLE Receipts were vary small.
only 26 carloads being reported In. Hdll
the total for the week foots up 20. 4ml
head, being about 8,f00 head larger than
for the same period a year ago.
Tha few beef steers In sight changed
hands very readily at good strong prls
as compared with yesterday. The market
is bw fully steady on handy light
beeves aa compared with a week ago,
but prices are still 0W6c lower on big
heavy cattle than they were at last
week's dose.
Cows and heifers were strong this morn
ing and good heifers and cows on the
heifer order are I04)16c higher than a
week ago. Other grades are no better
than Steady.
There were no stockers snd feeders In
sight, but what few tsere were com
manded firm micea. The market on the
better grades is around Io4il5o liighor
thun last week
Quotations on cattle: Good to .holes
cornfed beeves. I7.4o-u7.75: fair to good
corn ted beeves, $7.10V7.40; common to fair
RAILWAY T1MK CARD
BURLINGTON TATIONlath aa
klasoa.
arlinartoa
Av. Bk. TT.
..ill 40 I ftti
,.4 I 47
,.244 1M $74
7
..204
...iv
...187 .
...114
1st
71
I TH
I 7,
I Tl
4 71
Av. h. Pr. KJo.
M III
441 I p 1..
..tM H 4 I7H . T..
..1M4 2l I IS 77.,..
. .a.i u in ii..,.
..ZA 4V I S 14.,..
..Ill 241 III), to....
..2al ... IN
FIOS.
12 M ... 8 at I....
8HEEP A drop In tha recelnta waa on
of tha distinguishing features, the run
consisting of only 1.200 head, which was
about a third of the supply a week ago
and a half of two weeks ago and a year
ago. Lambs constituted practically the
ei.tlre receipts. The falling off this
morning makea this week the lightest
since February.
It was a run-a way-market, as tha
packers and shippers were strong com
petitors for the meager supply for a Fri
day and paid prices generally lOl&o
higher, and, la spots. a up. 81s or
seven ears of lambs, consisting of fed
westerns, Colorado and Meott's Bluff of
ferings made a fresh top for the season,
the price being $10.10, the record since
112. The heavy lambs moved largely
ut r3.50V9.75. according to quality. While
the buyers all wsnted lambs In a bad
way, there was still a preference for the
light and handy-weights. The shipping
demand waa a llttus . broader. A com
plete clearance took place by 10 o'clock.
The light run ut down the supply for
the week to very moderate Doruortlons.
as the receipts to date foot up only 41.4'$
need, against ki.xm last weea and oo.&a
a year ago. Lambs closed 2642&OC higher
than last weeks bad close, and aged
sheen Ib&Pl&c better. Local Quotations
continue on a par with Chicago in spite
or the tact that on some dsys this week
the local receipts exceeded those at that
point.-
Quotations' on sheep and lambs:
Tmh. light. $9.784110.20; lambs, heaw,
8.nOf.7S; lambs. shearing; $8.TVie).;
Mexicans, $1 tO-STS; lambs, fad westerns,
$ls.ib6: lambs, shearing. $t l"Vsu;
yearlings. Ilgbt, $ hvod.f: yearlings,
heavy, kS.60S8.7C; wethers, good la chnioe,
S7.sTi8.10: wethers, fair to eond. 8Muv7 Mi
ewes, good to choice, Afritf owes, fail
t- good. Tl.3irt.HD
Daaajt-
eU.Ui aa
a 111 pa
ArHrs.
au si aa
asm
neeaar Llaltal
.Tl.l. Tit callCorala.
Bwunl Bapraas a 4 U pa ligla
Kabrassa l-auu .a$ a. a III sa
Black Kina T 7 ,1 ""Is
Uacals sUII S 1 11 pa aU:il pa
t.arthwea .raas ai 14 aa H Hla
N.wa.aa. tsv " aa a I 14 pa
Uaaaia IxmsI a I II pa 14a aa
gckaria-uiiaaMi m m pa aw.a aa
i Ul iibhi - a a.aa aa
Ba4aa-I'laiiaalk ....... .all M pu, l t pa
TT aiMclaJ ... S 7.04 aa
aiar-" .......w rtm m I M
paat giyiess 4I N pit a I s aa
CM Mexlrsn lambs.,
410 Colorado lambs
78 culls
278 Mexican lambs ,
296 Mexican lambs ,
216 Mexican lain be
?I7 fed lambs
267 fed lambs
, TT
61
64
61
, $1
78
80
84
18
10 08
8 64
10 00
10 0
l0t
$ 80
6$
Olcaax
Ck.iaao
Craaiaa
kll.Ov m
aa liiacla... 'i'U"" aii'sil
a at. aph -a I 16 aa al osM
tt u Jaaapb aU.ss pa a M aa
Kaasas fltr Live Stark MarltaH
KANSAS CITY. April t-CATTLE IU
eelpts, luo head; market steady; prima
fed steers, $x.00vt.b0; dressed beef steers,
$7.0H3 oo, wesUrn steers. pi.7t,4y7K; stock
ers and feeders. $4av7.; bulls, $60u4J
IM! calves, $.00fr10.60.
HOOU Receipts, l.ifOO head; market
higher; pigs and lights, $S,7VtfT.30; rnixd
and butchers. good heavy, $7 06
8HEEP AND I -A MBS-Receipts, $.200
had; market strong: native muttons,
M 'ovri.Ov, launbs, 1A 7fyft lii 10; yearliugi,
$7.WK0; sheared. JCt-i.f.
Oasaaatte Caias Slowly, bat
Ordere Caaflaaa.
NEW TORK. April f.-rl. O. thin 4fc
Cx'g Review of Trade tomorrow will say:
Domestic trade gains slowlv. hot war
orders and good exports continue vary
heavy and In all branches of business.
Tha big advance In cotton la a great re
lief to the denreanlon In the south, while
la the weat high prices for farm products
make for continued activity and In spite
of low temperature In the winter wheat
section crop prospects are regarded as
favorable.
A notahle expansion of -slock exchansw
activity In a speculative expression both
of the Improving business conditions and
of the increasing hopes of peace. The
action In removing all restriction upon
stock trading nieana a complete return
to normal market conditions.
Rank clearings, commercial failures and
other statistics of business, however, atill
reveal tha wide extent and effect of the
depression that was produced by tha war.
out it is significant that these induoea or
trade activity are growing better month
by month. It la noteworthy that Ameri
can bankers ar arranging large credits
for European buyer of American eora
modltles. Hettlement of the wage scale with sheet
and In plate workers,! permitting inde
pendent plants to resume, was -the most
noteworthy development of the weea in
Iron and steel.
Considerable activity has prevailed In
the retail dry goods trade and reports
from western states Indicate a steady
movement with a better staple mer
chandise. Wholesalers are displaying
mora Interest In the foot wear market
and an increased volume of business sola
Is expected,
Bank clokrlngs forHhs week wre $,
$40,7V2.W1, a decrease of 18 4 per cent as
compared with the same week last year.
Commercial failures for tha week num
ber 472 against tt for the rorresoo ruling
week last rear. Pallures In Canada num
ber 47 compared with 48 for the corre
sponding week a year ago. For 4he first
quarter nf this vear. business failures, In
ths I'nlted States were 7.218,
Cor sal Wheat Kesjlaa altetln.
United Sttata Department of Agriculture,
weather bureau, corn and wheat region
bulletin for Omaha, Nebraska, for the
twenty-four hours ending at I a. nv, 76th
meridian time, Friday. April 2, 1HK:
OMAHA DI8TRIHT.
Temp.- Hain-
atatlons. High. Low. fall.
Ashland, Neb... 44 ZB
17
fine stem. $14.0O4TU.0O; No. J, $lS.awpl4.v
No. 1. $12.013.00; No. 8. $ll.0i 12.00.
STRAW Choi' wheat, .00(n.e0; cholca
oat or rye. $7.0Mf7.88.
OMAHA QENCRAk MARKET, '
BUTTER No. 1, Mb. cartons, 88c; No.
t, 60-lb tubs. 26a
CHKLvSlOlmiKiHed Bwlss, S4a; Ameri
can Bwlss, See; block tiwtaa, iCc; twins.
ltlSkc; daisies, 1V; triplets. KWci Young
Americas. lbVsC: blue label briuk, 17c; 11m
burger, 2-lb.. 20c; l-io., 80o: New York
white, IShj; imported JvVencn Roquefort,
4oc. ... .
KI8H Trout. 18c; large crappics, 16c;
ballbuC lac; channel catfish, 14c.
SWliiET POTATOEti Kansaa. $2.7f bbl.
BiCI0l, CUT.1 Ribs: No, i. lc; No. i,
1-sc: No. 1. H4e. Lofns: No. I. Hc;
No. 1. 14e; No. 8, Uv Chucks: No. c;
No. 2, 8c; No. 3. IKc Rounds: No. 1,
12c; No, L U4o; No. S, 10io, I'lateg: No.
1, K: No. I 7V,c: No. 8, c.
POULTRT Broilers, 20e; spring chick
ens, 16c; liens, 14c: cocks, 8o; roosters,
KVtc; stags. 8'ic; ducks. lo; geese. 10c;
turkeys, l.tijloc; pigeons, per dos.. -;
ducks, full feathered, 10c; geese, full
feaUiarad, So; aquaba. No. 1. iNo. i,
60o.
Market quotations furnished by Olllnakl
Fruit romsny.
FUUITbV-Oranges; Extra fancy Alpha
betical, all glses, $2 76 box; extra fancy
ftunkist, ail stsrs, $3.60 box; extra fanry
Pad Ball, all eisea, $2.26 box. Lemons':
Fancy bunklst, 8ujs, BMa, 84.vW4.60 box;
choice Red Ball, $3.50 box. Grapefruit:
86a, $2.60 box; 'S, $2.2& box; E4s, 82.60 box;
4a and 80s, $2.76 box. Apples: Extra fanoy
W. W. Pearmatnea, $1.60 box; extra fancy
Washington hpltsenburgs, $1.60 box; ex
tra fanry Black Ben Davis, $1.36 box;
extra farcy Black Twigs, -$l.86wl.s0 box;
extra fancy Utah Oanus, $1J6 box; fam-v
Rome Beauties, $1.60 box; fancy Rome
Beauties, ( box lots, $1.40 box; Bhielrt
Brand Wine Baps, $4 Wu 28 barrel. Ba
nanas! Par bunch,; $2.00it 2.26; per pound,
4c
VEGETABLES Cauliflower: Per crate, .
$1.60. Cabbage: New Tork Danish, 2c
pound. Celery: Jumbo, 80c doxen. lettuce:
Head, $1.I0 doxen; leaf, 4o doxen. Oniona:
Yellow, Ic pound: red, Ze pound; white. ,
2H,o pound. Artichokes: $1.60 doxen, Kn
dives: Sbo pound. Br usee I Rprouta: . 2oo
pound, cappers: sua Dasxoi. romatnea:
$4.6O(u6.0O crate, Oarlic: 2io pound. Rad
ishes: 60ojtloxon. Turnips: toe doxen. Iptn
soh: too dosen. Parsley: 60o down. Beans:
$4.60 hamper. Union netsi Y.illow and
red, 11.60 bushel; white. $1.76 bushel.
white, 81.78 bushel, m raw berries: arte
quart. Potatoes: Colorado Rural, 76a
bushel; Ited Kiver Ohios. sua bushel; Min
nesota vv nitea, d.hi ousnei, oweet 4-014-toes:
Peed stock Dels ware, AprU 6 -to 10,
iXy bushel. M u si 1 rooms: 60c -pound;
Cocoanuta: $3.60 sack; 60c doxea. Cran
berrtea: late Howes. $7.00 barrel; Lata
Howes. $2.60 box.
MIBCIOLLANalOirH-Clder: New York.
$3.60 keg. Nuts: No. 1 California wal
nuts, I60 ' pound; black walnuta, -24
pound; filberts, 16c pound: pecans, 12'o
uound; Braslla. 12',c pound; almonds, 2oc
.00
.00
.00
40
4.1'
40
, $7
20
tt
20
21
22
M
17
17
84
14
24
88
l
28
86
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.60
.00
.00
.00
for
Bky.
Clear ,
Clear
Clear
Clear
Pt. cloudy
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
foggy
Clear
Clear
Cloudy
Clear
Clear
twelve-hour
Rainfall.
a l a a-
a. C. Dpeaiai a I S pa
iau Us a
K, C.
V KBITCH STREET STATIUW -Klf.
loeatk aad WekaUv. j
Cbleas. aa"W V laaeaaallg A j
tssjart. Arrtae.
Twin c Paaassar k I a sa k 4 a p
all ri2Z"":'i:Z -, HOOa-Recalpts, $.808 head: market
gsvaraaa Lseai kl vspa a 1 11 aa isleady; heavy, $6.86; wised, $4 3Vi,4.a!,;
aasiir. sails sat sua. jliglit, $6.0uv l4: bulka of sales, $.uay.a
Sloaa City Live Stock Market.
8IOUX CITT, la.. April $ CATTLK
1 ... - atfl I.- A n,.,i. .l.. I. .V
'higher; butchers. $6.6to.j0; western
steers, KOodT lO; cows and heifers, $4
Auburn, Neb..., 44
Broken Bow. ... 41
Columbus, Neb. 48
Culbertson. Nb. ..
Fairbury, Neb.. 4
Fairmont. Neb. 41
Or. Island. Nb.. 40
H'Ungton Neb. 40
Haatlnga, Neb.
Holdrcge, Neb
Lincoln. Neb..
No. Platte....
Oakdale. Nab..
Omaha. Nab.... 42
Tekamah, Neb. 60
Valentine, Nb. 88
Alta, la. 42
Carroll. la 41
Clartnoa. la.... 48
Blbiey, la 4-
bloux City. I-. U
Iewest temperature
period ending at 6 a. ni.
DIHTRICT AVE RAO E8.
No. Of ' -Temp.
District. Stations. High. Low
Columbus, 0 18
Louisville, Ky... n
Indla'poits, 1ml.. 18
Cliirago, 111 84
Bt Louts.- Mo.... 88
Des Moines. la. 24
Minneapolis $1
Kan. City, Via. 84
Omaha, Neb..... 17
Temperatures below, frecxing were gen
eral throughout tha corn and wheat belt
this morning. No appreciable preclplta
tloa occurred during the last twenty-four
hours. L. A. WELSH,
LtMial Forecasts r. Weather Bureau.
Oamaha Hay Market.
OMAHA, March 29.-PHAIRIE HAT
Choice upland, $1160; No. I upland. $1150;
No. 2 upland, llO.Joll.sO; No. $ upland,
$1 OOClO.OO; 'holes midland. $12.60; No. 1
midland, $12.60: No. 2 midland, $lO.0Off
1100; No. 8, $00a 10.00: choice lowland.
$10.60; No. t lowland. $10 00; No. 8 low
lend. $6O-.00, No. $ lowland, $4.6otf
$ 60. ,
ALFALTA-Chek-e pear green, leafy.
Flga: Fifty 4-ei., $2 00 box. Dates:
Ss 26 .no
48 26 .00
42 2a .00
44 30 00
42 tt .00
42 28 .00
42 32 .00
46 .") .0)
42 ' ' 23 " .00
naiinii.
Sugar walnut, $1.43 box: Hallowe'en, fn
pound. Popcorn: Ehellefl, 40 . pound.
Limes: 81.lv oaaaet. cracKenacK: . t sse,
$.1 60; half case, II 75. Checkers: Case,
$2.60; half case. $1.75. Pranuts: Raw, 7e
pound; rsw, sack lots. Jumbo, So pound;
roasted, 844 pound; salted. $1.64) can.- .
Dry Oaoda Market. '
NEW YORK, April 1 DRY QOOrji
Wool today was offered at lower prlosa
for clothing and dreas goods purposes.
Certain gradee of carpet wools were
scarce. Cotton goods wore firm. 'Tama
were steady. Ready-to-wear goods were
In active demand for Immediate delivery
to tha ivtail trade. i
Ksska Has Flail.
Tna showing of John MoOaadlesa at
tha Terrlpins' Fsyetteville training camp,
has convinced Manager Knabe that he
need not worry about a substitute gar
dener for the Baltimore Fads.
Bank Clearings. ...
OMAHA, April 1 Bank clearinrs for
Omaha today wera $.1,48,137.09, and fsr
the corresponding day last year $2,816,-
WAR OFFICE REPORTS .;. '
. Gsnsss.
BERLIN, April 1 Vla London-The
war office made the following; annoanoe
ment today:
"Western theater of tha war: -
"Between the Meuse and tha Mosells
heavy artillery fighting has tken place.
Infantry fighting near and In the forest
of Leprctre continued the whole night.
West of tha forest of Lepretre, French
infantry broke down tinder our fire, lit
our counter attacks we Inflicted a heavy
loss upon the enemy and drove htm back
Into his old position. The French are
now in po session of only two black
houses In tha forest near our most ad
vanced positions.
"In ths eastern theater of the war th
situation in unchanged."
Knack,
PARIS (Via London). ' April I The
French war office this afternoon gave
out a report on the progress of tha fight
ing which reads as follows:
"There is today nothing of Importance
to add to the communication glvea out
by this office last night."
"sjouth of Peronne, near Donipierre. eve
destroyed several more German trenches
with mines.
"In the attack yesterday on the avia
tion camp at Handeyaome Ftench ' and
Belgian aviators dropped . about thirty
bombs."
Axerlcaa Telephone Melagraph Cj.
A dividend of Two Dollars par share
will be paid on Thursday, April 11.
1116, to stockholders of record at tbi
cloaa of business on Wodnesdsy, March
21. Ills. O. D. MLLMS Treasurer.
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