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TUB BfcU: OMAHA. SAU'KUAY. Al'RIL 13. Wi'i.
The Dancing Master By JtUlY M. ll.. , , Itisekaib Ihini. eealrs firl, U tie. Ilia k rHr iwIh. tkr Uka kw la kail, ! Mk kalr Ika MMn4 k lava fca aaaat, w at Iraa-fc aa4 Ik un iMIm Ika atkar aaa w, 1 ha aaJ ta) Ika (at Mn ails kr b alaas, oka Iim, na mmw mm. le 4e ilawa, t ILahaia'a rrlelUee 4.11 M Usee luto 4a. laatkMI I a. a M (4 eea (bal aka M M I. eMail klaa sale, aka ra. la Ika n. kaa pm ,'Llitaa iraal kaa a akakkllf Ikal aka raae aa. fl anat k tears) kaa M ilea. a. kka Mareeera aa raaMlv Ikal leaaa kowaila, a assea laarkar. hk t laka akaria aj . kail I eeer. ajaallk shs. U s ms Ika kill. ll.atHS) kaa leach lik) araer. IhM. bark la ta la MaaalM Iwwa. ak. kaa faaall alaaa "k ral a4 aMarra aka a la Ua .III kla. MaJlaax aaaaalla lakaa Ika la k kat. r attaplars acaawakara air kk-k Jiahalh ataa-elr rraaala. M altar kaalk. aa m4 aatwa fraa. Ika glrl'e fcaase I... a. fiarfa k ems) erg re kaa la ralara la kar kaa la Iklkary "al aka rWaere. .ww uj on hitu ititf TOiir. eajllar4 frees Yss4s4e. Dli.aliUll moved Sldi? quickly o voil knocking into girl who had Jmrricdly turned a corner, and it was tta hmrlf. "kliabcth! Good heavens!" There u I note of unfriendliness In Netta Maeey's voice and Kliia. ItUi (elt a if someone had touched l.rr heart uli ungentle finger. She had heen so glad to see her. It hid seemed the next bet thing to meet iiiir Koy.ton, but the eager welcome died from Iter ryei at the heard that luitrifitiily note. "Well, I never expected to ec you lKiit," NelU Mid bluntly. "Why not? I wrote. I , begged on to route and ice me." Klizabrth spoke hreathlely. The rotor came and went nervously in her face. She rut out both bands nd impulsively rauglit Nctta's. ''Oh, l am so glad to see you," she said. Nelta said. 'Humph I" She looked lard at Klizabcth. "Come into this Icashop and talk that i, if you care about it." she added doubtfully. "Of course, 1 will." Elizabeth's spirits roc again. This was some one out of the past, a link with the greatest happiness she had ever I. noun. "So you wrote to me. did you?" Nelta asked, when they had ordered tea. "Well, I never got it, and that's fact. I've said lots of hard things' about you to Tat, hut he always Ir.ughed at me. I think he knew that they'd take you right away from lis." Her dark eyes searched Eliza beth's flushed face. "Well, they've made a difference in you already," she said. Klizabrth answered eagerly: "They haven't 1 I'm just the same In my heart, and I've longed to see jou. T wrote two days after I went to madame's a long letter, and told you all about everything. 1 wrote to Mr. Royston. too." "Did you? Well, we never had the letters. I dare say madame wouldn't let them be sent; she (locsn't think much of its, you know." There was a little silence. There Federal Control oi Kadio Needed L. Expert Declares Messages Are Clogging the Air. With the radio rage growing iii dis concerting speed through the coun try, technical experts in wireless te legraphy and telephony are one in an opinion that there should be some sort of regulation of radio science cither by the federal government or by a national association of wireless fans. Statistics show that there are more than 1,000,000 professional and ama teur radio .operators in the United States. With that number increasing rapidly as the rage is spreading, a noted expert in radio in New York city has this to say: "It is imperative that the federal government act with more expedition in the matter of air control for the dissemination, of information by ra dio than was the case for the map ping of the skies and regulations appertaining thereto for the use of aircraft. ' " "When the. loud speaking radio phone "was perfected, every amateur in the country wanted to listen in. Then came, the greed to send. Sta tions 'all over the land under no control were sending out stuff on the same wave length, and the. air was full of interesting signals that were caught by instruments every where, ' "So it stands to reason that absolute control of the air must be taken by the national authorities. Secretary Hoover of the Department of Com merce, ilnder which, division of the government the matter will find jur isdiction, recently told President Harditig of the growing menace , to the entire radio'science through the disorganization now existing." Listening in "Let music swell the breeze, " And, rlcig from all the trees." - Little' did the' author of these words suspect that some day this thought would '. be- carried out lit erally. Every night from the Omaha Grain Exchange sending station, Vic tor records are broadcasted through the air for hundreds of miles.- One record is played, for "tuning in" pur poses, the daily market report is giv en, and then more records are played for 15 minutes.,, . ;i . If, alter wiring- up a set, you hear nothing but a steady hum in the re ceivers, you may be very sure that there 3s aa open circuit somewhere. Trace! out the wiring carefully and some little fault will present itself. Remember that 75 ohm receivers, an nstvt in ordinary line teleohone work, are. entirely unsuited for radio .work. Of course, some will worK, out most of them will not Get a pair of 2,000 ohm receivers and be sure of results. i . . -.f . Xrw l'ork Produce. Xew Tork. April 14. Butter t-njettled: creamery, hlaher than extras. 38Vitj3Jc; creamery extras. 37 1,6 38c; firsts. 150 JT". Kggs Steady. Irregular. ....51. AY EM. it so much Elizabeth wanted to ask that the iiietioii permed to tumble over one another in hrr eagerness. "I your (out all r istst gain? Can you datire nowr" "1 bate to be rarelul, o( fount; but I ran do a little." "And you are both ttitl iu iLon dnr "It looks like it. uW.u't it?" "Yes. of rourte: how silly of me. But I thought you were going away. Oh, Netta, do llk! lo tell me every, thing that has happened." she brfke eut with rattionate cierrnrss. N'etta shrugged her shoulders. "Nothimr much lias happened, ex cept that I'at's beru having rotten time with hit wife. She came round to my place the night after you'd gone, and raied, Cain with me be cause I wouldn't give her your ad dre.s. Then I'at came in and caught her, and she turned on hint and said that yon were her friend, and that he owed the Introduction to her. and a lot of stuff like' that. She said she'd find vou if it took her a year, and be said if she interfered with you at all he'd break her neck. Well, not quite in thoe words, but that's what re meant She's been at him on and eff ever since, pe.tering for money, and threatening to. make' trouble for him with his people" "His people?" "Well the people be teaches, I mean. She could if she liked: she did once. Went to a show where he was and made a scene. She pretends to be jealous of evt ry one. vou know, but it's only a stunt. She was jealous bf me once!" Netta made a little grimace. , "And is is Mr. Royston all right?" Elizabeth asked. "Oh, yes. he's all right; he's a bit grumpy sometimes. Business isli't so good for one thing; it always slacks off when the weather gets warm, you know, and I don't think he's very well." "I'm sorry." - Netta smiled grimly. "Are you? He'd laugh if I told him you said that." "Laugh!"-The color rose in Eliza beth's face. "Umphl He's felt rather sore about you not writing, even though he pre tended all along he was sure you wouldn't. I know him." "But I did write. I did. indeed. Oh, you will tell him, won't you?" "Bless your heart, don't get so up set," Netta said calmly. "He's got over it long ago if ever there was anything to get over." Elizabeth clasped hrr hands in her lap to hide their trembling. G-t over it. had he. If ever there had been anything to get over. If only she could truthfully say the sagie. The sight of Netta had brought bak the old pain more bitterly than ever; life seemed an impossible tragedy if she could not see Roy ston again. (Contuiord In The Bee Monday.) QUESTIONS ANSWERED. Anyone desiring information about radio and its parts may tend their questions to the Radio Editor of The Bee. Want Ads for radio parts or vim will be run in a Radio Ex change column at the usual want ad rates. Government Radio Experts to Hold Conference Monday Washington. April 14. Legal and technical committees of the govern ment radio conference will meet Monday to frame their reports upon proposed wireless legislation. Secre tary Hoover announced. Preliminary reports have been completed by the committee and the work of drafting final recommendation-, will be be gun next week. ' Bradatrert's Trade Revlfw. Nw York. Aorll 14. Bradstreet'e to morrow will say: Tne general impuisa ih m mo .1 . i ,.. . ,nil rtfill trade nun ui imiTciiin.i.i . - and Industry generally are better despite1 ralna, bad country roada and strikes. The atttiauon is LeceMmnj however, that the characterisation or oral outlook. Aa to the weather condi tions. It mlKht be said that the rains In the west, while delaying crop work, nold- ng flown spring reiau i""n Iiooaina me vvuimj " lands, have compensated In a tendency to greatly Improve juiuro crup mm a.-., - -dltlons. The strike, however, especially . l . - .v. Ac.1 minora Invnlvinff the QUI U luc . ui ....... . -. - voluntary Idleness of 650,000 men. Is virtually a is, on inu,uj lust as truly as failure and fire losses ....... . - n ,A ai trari. H n fl 111- consiliuie a m?uvo w c. - . dustry at a time when nearly . all other prospects are pieasiue. Foreign Exchange. ww Tork. Anril 14. Foreign Exchange Steady. rabies. $4.41 H; 60-day1 bills on banks, M-M-France Demand, .0928 : bl""- Z'3- - Italy Demand, .0544; catles. .0544J4. Belgium Demand. ..0845V4; cables, Germany Demand. .0033; cables. .0034. . ..... ., .,,0s Holland uomana, ,011,4; vauics, . Norway-f-Demand, .1865. , - 1 Sweden-i-Demand. .2600. Denmark Demand, .2125. Switzerland Demand.. .1946. Spain Demand, .1663. "Greece Demand, .0460. Poland Demand, .0002'. . Csecho-Slovakia Demand. .0192. Argentine Demand. .3587. Brasll Demand, .1376. : Montreal Demand, .9iH. Road Conations (Furnished by the Omb Ch-) Lincoln Highway. East Road work, de tour Honey Creek, fine at Missouri Val ley, still a little muddy at Dennison i but passable. Boads a Cedar Rapids still In bad conditions. No attempt at travel Hiehwav. West Roads fair Valley to Fremont, best to detour. Schuy ler roads fair. Columbus roads rough, no report from Central City. Roads at Grand Island just fair. O. L. D. Highway Boads good to Lin coln and west. Highland Cutoff Roads rough . and muddr in stretches. S. T. A. Road Good, except for a few stretches. O Street Roads Fair. Cornhusker Highway Fair. Getfrge Washington Highway Roada good. This Is the preferable route now to Sioux City. - Black Hille Trail Fair to good to Isor- Omaha-Topeka Highway Roads good to state line. King of Trails, North Roads rough thrnuzR Iowa. King of Trails, South Boads pretty good near Plattsmouth, better south to atste line, tben rough. Custer Battlefield . Highway Roads rough through Iowa, passable now in South Dakota. Black Hills district still In pretty bad shape. River to River Road Road work tws miles east of Council Bluffs, detour just fair, good to Des Holnes, east of Des Moines roads muddy, Iowa City reports roads almost Impassable but Improving somewhat. White Pole Bnad Road work In progress 11 miles east of Council Bluffs extending to uaKiana. roaas rougn out no detour nece-sary. Esst of Des Moines rnsds muddy, southern roads out of Des Moines in fair shape. Market News of the Day Live Stock April M Rarelute weie t ill e Me ftrii.ui MMd IJ tl!- I3 olfui.l Tw4 ... Ml 4 "l lifn.ul .4nei.r.. I l! 4 iiifi.i.l iaur-io,,, t iw 11 I.J I. iim-is (.!., .. ..I J" i lis riva 4 iku k.4n 14 : day ! I'l l !) ie 4. J on 5 -III 4 S.l a.r 1 ! IM't . sine aajr ft ssm..:I 4.IJ 4 Csllie Heteipu, I. Ins hs4 Thate se a fr!' gx ati4 Vr Imt is ludsy end siusU stily ihst it. vn4 risrr4 is1iiy situHg 44 IH M'flis r- hishar l liieere b'auglil ! : h4 faniHt It , lh aaihing ..i lon t)rfm. khs eiark ss ataul l4v, sail aim Were s4 traders were un- I, ii. (.4. cir frirae sr-afnr kish s a k ago. ohila taarliin end hf ie are raiiuM ! bigtier e4 f er iiradr lu lr. , VJutilsiiom an ra'H'l tlaed 10 rhalee bevrs. II !; fir . guut -. II J7it rammua ta fair Uatea, l 4 Otee; good la rhake aarlnss, I7.e it; fair gat -srtins, IfoSwIH; ranwnun la fair srli"s. M aT U; gaw-l la rhalre hei'-re, llssfa; fair ta gao4 heifers, I.UVI.ee; rhoire Is prim rams, (s, go4 10 innli'S .,See fair In guvd ea tin I Is; aaminon la fair ruaa. 1 9 4 Is, g,H re rholre feeders. lis I II; lair la geo4 feeders. 14 4)7 Oej raminnn la fair feeders. Is te.e: goad la ih"lr siaehsre. 17 :itT.7; fair le gaed slackers, 4aI I: rommnn la fair imkera. It.lttjllo; trli heifers. III, tse; lo.'U rust, lls)t.Si stork ralvee. .'.eo0 7o; vrsl ralvea. I.ltf I I. 4,0. bulls, siaga. ele . IMlgl.tl. UKKr BTKKKH. 17 t ! -7 17I 14 1114 T S 11 1173 2 IU 7 - Is tr ii im t in : i ur hTKKHM AND HKIKKIIH. 7 5 7 66 I 76 S X9 T 6 I II I 64 04 71 I 60 l I"l T U 7 4 17 J S 1 74 7:1 rmvi 4......1U ( 71 4 1177 7 S I lie? 4 lit I 11 H I lll I 4 1 Iltt iiKirtns. :t ;i 14. . ll'LLR i iii a o i i: :i6 1'AI.VES. 4 II 3S ( :i 1 414 SOI T 0 t 4t) 7 7 61 4 4 117 I 99 lings Receipts, Jinn head. Trading wss slow to gel under way today, but Mas fairly .avtlte later at prli-ee ruling irady lo strong with sPOIs IrslOe higher. Mailt hogs sold mostly st llo.lOtf 10.15 lili a lap price ( I10.2n. Mlsed losds snd tutcher weights. .J5ff lu.10. and peeking grsdes $t.U0V 0.o, wllh extreme heavies. tl.vOCI.IO. Bulk of sale Wa IJ.I04J 10.15. IIQtie. No. Av. 44. .313 r... :;o 4..:o4 6..:i 46. .213 RH. I'r. No. Av. 11 S .T7..3I1 140 i 62. .315 ... 10 04 70 lo ii ::it Pit. Pr. S- 10 10 HO 10 10 io : SO 10 ii Sheep Receipts. 2,400 head. ' Offerings tndsy were about equally divided I be tween wooled and clip lambs, running mostly to strong weights with no handy weights Included. Wooled lambs sold from 1 1 4. !14) 14.71 with top price of I .. I lip lambs mostly from 112.40 12. so. lambs generally were weak to a shade lower, rlliesrlng ismbs sold at 114.00914. SO. No sheep were included In todsy's receipts. quotation on sheep; Fat lambs, good to choice, I14.S041S.OO; fat lambs, fair to good 14 :b 14.60; clipped lamba. $12.26 0 13.25; shearing Ismbs, 113.76014.10; feeder Ismbs, Ill.Oiifel J.7S; cull lambs, !l0.00ffl!.00; fst yearlings, light; 112.00 01110: fat yearlings, heavy, 19.60010.60; fat wethers, $.00 V 12.00; fat ewea. light, 19.60 Jj 10.00; fat ewea, heavy. 18.0001.60. 8HUARINU LAMBS. No.t Av, rr. No. Av. Pr. 171 natives 71 14.60 CLUTKI) LA.MB8. I9S feeders It 301 feeders SS 12.40 12.40 Chicago LI restock. Chicago. April 14. Cattle Receipts. 3.000 head; beef steers, uneven, mostly steady; good to cholct kinda steers, top, IH.85 on yearlings; bulk, I7.4O0I8.4O; she. stock, bulls and stockers, steady; veal calves, steady to strong, improved quality 'considered; bulk, to packers, S6.60igi7.60i few heavy kind, 87.76(8.00; shippers pay ing upward to 89.00 for a few selections; bulk. Blockers and feeders, 0.607.2S. Hogs Receipts, 18,000 head; opened atesdy to 10o Inwer on light and medium butchers; closed iro to 20o lower on heavy weight; shippers about 2.600; also holdover liberal; top. early, 110.60; bulk, 19 95'it'IO.SO: pigs. weak. Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,004 head; fat Ismbs, steady to 26c lower; fat sheep, 26c lower; bulk, wool lambs, 816.26; top shorn Ismbs, 813.60; bulk, 813.00013.26; few head wooled ewes. 89.60 down; choice 86-pound shorn ewea, 89.60; few head, 72 pound native spring lambs to -packers. 117.00. . St. Iiouie Livestock. Eaat St. Louis, April 14. Cattle Re celpts, 700 head; generally steady; barely enough cattle here to make a market; one load of steers brought 86.76; a few light heifers scored 87.80, while best veal era registered 87.60. Hogs Receipts, S.00O head; market 5c to 16c lower; top, 810 86: bulk 160 to 260. pound averages, 810.16010.30; pigs, dull snd lower: bulk 90 to 130-pound averages, 10. 001 10.00; packer sows mostly 88.75. Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 3,500; only about 200 on sale; remainder' billed through: few choico native spring Inmbs, 818.00; medium, native wool lambs, 114.00; choice light shorn ewes, 88.60; good wool ewes, 89.00. Sluox City Livestock. Sioux City, la., April 14. CatHe Re ceipts, 1,600 head; market Blow and weak; fed steers and yearlings, 87.008.26; warmed up steers and yearlings, 86.00 7.00: fat cows and heifers, 84.007.25; canners, 82.60(93.76; veals, 5.00lfl.OO; feeders, 86.0007.00; calves. 84.507.66; feeding cows and heifers,. 83.6006.76; stockers, $5.00167.25. Hogs Receipts, 4.000 head; market 10c t 15o lower: butchers, $9.86010.06; lights, $10.10, heavy mixed, $9.6009.76; heavy packers. $8.7609.00; native pigs, $10.26: stags, $6.7507.00; 'bulk of sales, $9,860 10.00. Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 500 head; market steady. X Knweas CUy Live Stock. Kansas City, April 14. Cattle Receipts, 550 head; market, hardly enough' of any kind to test demand :. light beef steers, $8.15; cows, 84.5006.50; common to .good vealers, 85.0007.60. , , Hogs Receipts, 2,500 head; market opened around 10c lower; closed 20025c lower; shippers not buying; early top, $10.25; late 180-pound hog7 $10.06; bulk of sales. $10.20; stock pigs active and steady; bulk desirable, $9.90010.25. Slreep Receipts, 600 head; market, kill ing classes slow, about steady; shorn lambs. $12.00: fat 80-pound lambs for shearing, $14.00. . St. Joseph Live Stock. St. Joseph, Jdo., April 14. Cattle Re ceipts. 60' head; market nominal: steers, $G.7608.25; cows and heifers, 84.6008.50; calves, 84.6007.00. Hngs Receipts. 2.500 head; market 10 20c lower; top, $10.26; bulk of sales, $9.80 10.16. . - Sheep Receipts, " 200 head; :' market weak; lambs, 814.60015.10; ewes. $9,000 1.50. - ! Boston Wool. Boston, April 14. The Commercial Bulletin tomorrow will publish wool prices as follows: Michigan and New Tork fleeces: De laine unwashed, 43044c; fine unwashed, 34036c; half-blood unwashed, 37038c; -blood unwashed, 36037c;' li -blood un wsshed. 36c Wisconsin, Missouri and average, New England: H -blood, 36037c; -blood, 35c; Wttood, 34c. Scoured basis: Texas fine 18 months, $1.06: fine 8 months, 90c. California northern. $1.05; middle coun ty, 95c; southern, 80c. Oregan eastern No. 1 staple, $1,060 1.10: fine and fine medium combing. $1.00; eastern clothing. She; valley No. 1, $9c. V Territory: Fine staple choice. $1.0$ 01.10; half-blood combing. 95e$1.00; S -blood combing, 75c; -olood combing, 62065c, Pulled Delaine. $1.05; A A, 5c; A eu pera. 89090c. Mohairs: Best combing, 3403ic; best carding, 23 026c. New York Drygoods. New Tork. April 14. Unfinished cot ton goods lines were steadier today with increased business. Tarns sold moderately at low prices.. Wood goods were steady, the best demand running to tweeds, fancy back overcoatings and specialties. Wor steds In dress goods and men's wear were quiet. Sllke in sport colors and weaves were active. Burlaps were ateady. Jiew Tork Pooltry. New Tork. April 14. Poultry Live and dressed, steady; prices unchanged. Kansas City Produce. Kansas City. April 14. Eggs, Butter and Poultry Unchanged. (hieaga Poultry. Chicago. April 14. Poultry Steady; fowls, 26C; roosters, 18a, Omaha Procfucc rural, h4 tr slat f Ksbrask. 4s. taridisHi f aft, uuuia, Setseit at snare it 4 iliSltellMl Live poult nr. Wholesale Wkaleaal ButiHf I'r. fcelltag I'r, ftreilria ,eeoltl ltol Pfin.s : : .: Mr I,,, HgUI ,71 ;l Is ,J4 .: ,I4V Hum, b-y .... I'U, k I I I Ireoe bugs $ W ill ilF .t .! ,r nni.Hatu PDLXTnT. Bruilert 65 . "pring ,,,,, . r ,,, .$7f ,81 Mane r , ) '"ke ,,,,,, ,2e Itke 11 v .9 lierae .. , . . . If ,141 .71 btag ii : KlitlM iele,! W ?i .! No. W ?34 ,74 No. I ..... .:! .33 I'ra.k II .: fcgga, pet ,. Sitr I II f) IlL'TTKR, rrssmery, prints. ,...(r.,.,. .110 ,48 t 'reamer), lull .,,,.. 3St ,81 I'ou.ilrv, pes ! .74 .7e .21 Country, vow... .Iltf .IS .24 Ht'TTKIlKaT. Histlnn price 0..... Ils tnvlisiiged. HAT. Prairie No. I upland 15 ll 0 No. I upland... .e... J.40fII.O No, i upland I7.v So No, I midland .............. .11 or 13.00 No, I midland I 60eri0. No. 1 niidlatid 1 No. I loalsial IO01O.4 No. I lowland T.4 8.0 AlfA'a choice Sl.eo:it No. 1 II OOtJ 21.00 Hiaiidsrd Il.fl7.0 No. S v U OOU14 00 Nu. 1 7... lti eoall oo (nt straw S.Oob I o Wheat straw 1.00 i 1.01 rill'ITS AND VEGETABLES. , Fruits Bsnanaa, per In.. Vtffc. Orangeai 81 and larger, M.6ott.t4; mim sin, lloevs so; use 884. 87. 001.00; else a:l. $7.000 7.71. lemons, per box. IS.6007.60. Oiapefrull, ptr crate, 14.260 I 6u. Apple: lellolous, (roordlng to sue and grade. 11.10 0 4.00; Home Beauties, according lo sise and grade, 13.8603.76; Black Twig, according to sis and grade, $.1.00; Winesap, $1.7604.00; Arkansas marks, according to sue and grade, 12. 5 04.00; Ben !avla, according la six and grade, $3.7604.00; Newton Pippins, sc olding to sue and grade, $3.6003.16. Strawberries, crates 24 pint boxes, per crate. $6.00. Figs: 24 pkgs. l-ox., $2.26; bulk, car lb 16llc. Vegetables Potatoes) N-traska Early onio ro. i, per est., si.ie; sunnesoia white stock No. 1, per cwt., $2.0002.26; Colorado and Idaho whites, per cwt., $3.00 02.26; Red River Oil Ins No. 1, ua cwt., $l.lO02.e6: Oregon Netted Cems No. 1. per cat., 13.60; Colorado Brown Beauties No. 1, per cwt., $'J.00tt:.:5. Sweet Pota toes, per bu.. 81.7602.60. Celery, per dot, 76ct 62.04. Lettuce: Head, per Crate, 84.00'l.26: leaf, per doz., 76010c, Onions: Bed, per lb., 10c; yellow, per Ih., 10c: Texas yellow, per crate, St.Oo; Australlsn brown, per lb., 12c. Onion Bets, per bu , 32.6003.00. Cauliflower, perorate, $3,260 3.50, Cucumber, hot house, per rlos.. 83.76 03.00. Carrots, per lb.. :tt04o. Tur nips, per lb.. 8030. Parsnips, per lb., 3 :l',,a. Beeta.. per lb., 3030, Cab bage, new Texas, per lb.. S'n04u. Toma toea: Per crate, $4.0004.60; per lub, $3.60. Young Southern Radishes, per doj.. 660 75c. Toung Southern Carrots, per dot., Oc0$t.OO. Toung Southern Beets, per doj., Oc0$I.OO. Toung Southern Onions, per doz., 75080c. Toung Southern Tur nips, per doz., $1.00.. Splnsch. per lb., lie Brussells ftprouts, per lb.. 25c Shsl lots, per doz,, 65076c Green Peppers, per lb.. 30036c Parsley, per doz. bunches, 45076c . Nuts Blsck Walnuts, per lb., Sc "Eng lish Walnuts, per lb., 3O035o. Brazil Nuts: Isrge washed, per lb., 16018c; me dium wsshrd, per lb., 14016c. Pecans, per lb., 22 0 30c. Almonds, sack lota, per lb., 28c Peanuts: Jumbo, raw, per lb., 8013c; Juinbo, roasted, per lb., 13016c; No. 1, raw, per lb., S09o; No. 1, roasted, per lb.. 12013c. Honey In combs, per esse, $5.0006.00. Wholesale prlcea of beet cms are es follows: No. 1 rlhs, 22c; No. 2 ribs, 21c; No. 3 ribs, 15c; No. 1 loins, 24c; No. 1 loins, 23c; No. 8 loins, 19c; No, 1 rounds, 16c; No. 2 rounds, 15c; No. S rounds, 13ic: No 1 chucks. 9',4o; No. 2 chucks, 9c; No. 3 chucks, 8c; No. 1 plates, Ic; No, 2 plates. 6c: No. 3 plates, 4c , HIDES AND WOOL. Beef hides: Green salted No. 1. per lb.. 6fi6c; green salted No. 2. per lb., 406e; green hides. No. 1, per lb., 304c; green hides. No. 2. per lb., 203c; green salted (old stock), per lb., 203c; green salted bull hides. No. .1. per lb., io; green salted bull hides, No. 2. per lb., 2c Horse hides: Large, each, $2.60; me dlura, each, $3.00; small, each, $1.60; pony and glues, each, 75c0l.OO. Sheep pelts: Green salted, aa to size and wool, each, 50075c; shearing, pelts, green salted, as to size and wool, each, 6010c. Wool: Choice, fine one-half blood, per lb., 20024c; medium and three-eighths blood, per lb., 18 021c: dow and one-fourth blood, per lb., 16011c; burry wool, per. lb., 8010c. Chicago Potatoes. Chicago,' April 14. Potatoes Steady on sacked round whites; wesk on Rurals; re ceipts 36 cara; total United States ship ments, 765 cars; Wisconsin sacked round whites, 81.6001.63 cwt.; Idaho sacked round whites, 81.6001.65 cwt.; Idaho sacked Rurals. 81.6001.70 cwt.; Florida No. 1, $7.0007.25 cwt.; No. 2, -$5,260 6.50 c)Kt. ' . . Chicago Produce, Chicago, April 14. Butter Higher; creamery extras, 37c; firsts, 33036; seconds, 31032c standards. 87c. Eggs Steady: receipts, 26,324 casesL firsts, 234033V4c; ordinary firsts, 22c: miscellaneous, ' 22ft23c; storage, packed extras, 26026tt"e; storage packed firsts, J6fcc ' New Tork Drygoods. New Tork. April 13. Scattered buying was reported today in print cloths and sheetings, with prices holding steady. Tarns were quiet. Raw silk advanced 10 to 26c a pound and trsding was more active. Burlaps were quiet. Minneapolis Flour. Minneapolis, Minn., April 14. Flour Market unchanged to lOo higher; family patents at $8.008.30. Bran $31.50022.00. ' Bar Silver. New Tork.. April 14. Foreign Bar Sil ver 65?c. i)frtasm UXCW w Matinee Daily 2:15 Every Night -8:15 "ROLFE'S REVUE" On "of the Biggest and Classiest in Vaudeville A Company of Genuine Artist Don" Alfonso Zelaya Jane Barber and Jerome Jackson JAMES C MORTON & CO. Howard's Spectacle! La Pilarica Trio LYRELL and MACY Topic of the Day Aesop's Fable Pathe Weekly Matinees, 15c to 50c; some 75c and $1 Sat. and Sun. Nights, 15c to $1.00; some $1.25 Sat, and Sun. Next Week FOUR MARX BROTHERS Last Times "Little Miss Smiles" Tomorrow "THEODORA" Been Every Place Not Yet, If yon have not dined at BEAUTIFUL HILLCREST Hake arrangement at once. ' Phone JAckson ?951. Sundays and Holidays, special Chicken Dinner at $1.25 a plate. " Alfred Jones. Omaha's best known ch?f and caterer, prop, and chef of Htilcrest and Hotel Castle Cafe and Cafeteria. MORRIS GEST rrodutat of "Mecr.." 'Arh4iU.,, Chu Chin ChoM m! American Pirrctor of tht Russian Cbuve Sourit at the 49tH Street Theater, .New York City. Says of "FOOLISH WIVES" i have teen all the freat photoplay, in the world frm Europe and from America but none ever nude uct a trememloui Impression on mo fur iti aplendid attention to deUif ita supreme artistry and ita wonderful stage settings aa this besutiful and romsntie story told strsliiet the pic turesquo background of modern Monte Carlo. Everyone w ho has ever seen Monte Carlo will be amazed at this msr velous reproduction which was made in America. I coil gratulate Carl Laemmle." Popular Prices 25c, SOc, 75c and $1 Special Min Du Pont in Person BRANDEIS THEATER We've Insured Against Rain ! We think so much of our Double Program that we took out a rain policy with Harry Koch Insurance Company for Easter Sunday. r '! ar t A. e. Nl IN s?frE Will Rogers IN 'OneGloriousDay' Positively one of the greatest comedy bills ever presented at the USE BEE WANT ADS - EMPRESS LAST TIMES TODAY STRATFORD COMEDY FOUB "Scheel Frellcs" DQUGAL BILLY it EDITH LEARY DEVEREAUX "Songs, Music Comedy Variety and Smiles" Novelty The terpsichqrean tots VaudaviUe at 1:40, 4, 6:30, 9:00 OPENS TODAY Cntinuou Saturday and Sunday Starting at 12 o'clock Vaudeville - - - Photoplays MAX WARDALL of Seattle, National Lecturer Theosophical Society, W1U Give Three Public Lecture in N Arthur Auditorium 210 SOUTH 18TH STREET Friday Evening, 8:15, April 14, "Wreitling With Fate" Saturday, 8:15 P. M., "High Percentage-Psychology" Sunday, 8:18 P. M, "Porsonal Ascendency and the SubcoMcious Mind" The Lecture Ar Free and the Public I Invited. -1 " LAST TIMES TODAY Rtith Stonehduse in person ' at 3:30, 7:30, 9:30 and Her Dixie Syncopators ' Kathryn MacDonald in the "Infidel" Empress Rustic Garden AD Drinks 10 v All TablfS Free ADMISSION Sat. and Sun. . . .40 Include Tax as. s i eaaal m Rain or Shine We Present Pa' Starts Tomorrow THEY BRING RESULTS LAST TIMES TODAY -3- Live Ghosts '"" Preterit STARTING TODAY CHARLES RAY- S . jat. iflrnstornier Round THREE The Leather Pushers LAST TIMES TODAY DORIS MAY and HARRY MYERS "Boy Crazy" You will enjoy eeia( this ripeiar, roarinf, racinz comedy of 12 o'clock doinf s in a 0 o'clock town. Picture at 12. 2:30, 5:00, 7:30, 9:45 V I , II I .HJ BEFORE THE CURTAIN rings up on the opening performance of Omaha's finest playhouse Saturday noon there is just a couple of things I want to say ahout TRUTH IN ADVERTISING. -I am not exaggerating when I say that the World is one of the most' complete and comfortable theaters in Ajnerica. It's a playhouse that Trill make you glad you're an Omahan. We hope that it will be the show placa of the middle west. To that end we shall try our best to make the attractions in keeping with the theater itself. f ' WE KNT6w YOU 'ARE INTER. ESTED about our opening vaudeville bill. iIany theaters have made the mistake of going the limit on their first show. They have gath ered stars from near and far with a view of scor ing a theatrical "knockout." What has been th result ? The succeeding bills have not lived up to the promises made by the inaugural program. - YOU'LL FIND IT DIFFERENT at the World. Our first bill is JUST GOOD ENTERTAINMENT. It will be a show that SAT ISFIES. It will NOT be as large, numerically, as that of the second, third or fourth weeks, BUT it will be a bill that is crammed with wholesome amusement. The bill is ideally balanced. There ' is a littie of EVERYTHING on the program and minus any of the so-called BIG NAMES the show should prove more than WORTH WHILE to '999 " out of every thousand. ' Add this satisfying vaudeville to our first run feature picture pro gram, properly presented with music upon the "World's Greatest Organ," organ solo numbers by Arthur P. Hays from the Tivoli, Chicago, and orchestral numbers under the capable direction of Ernest Nordin, plus tHe magnificent surround ings and comfortable opera chairs of the World, and we FEEL CERTAIN that the opening of the World Theater begins :a new era in the amuse-. merit history of Omaha. Let Us Handle Your Grain Shipments to the Omaha, Chicago, Milwaukee, Kan- sas City, Sioux City or any other markets. 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