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THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY. JTTXE 5, 191L
WHF.KL Invalid chair; must b In good
condition. Call Tbone rouglaa Z&
WANTED TO Bt'Y Stork sha. dry
goods, rlolhlair for spot cash. Address IV,
V. Johnson, 4l 3d St., Peoria. III.
FURNISHED cottage at Lake OkoboJI
for season, thane Webster 1128.
WANTFTT From 11 to 15-room modern
house In good condition; close In; rent rea
sonable; address A 61 S, Flee.
FIRST claxs practical nurse can be en
Caged at once. Loug. TfcW.
YOCSO mart wants position book
keeper or sali-sman; can give good ref
erences. fi-Ml, Hee.
Any , by experienced woman. 6617 North
24th, or phone Web. Wti.
EXrF.niEXCKD draughtsman and let
terer or general office or factory wcrh
where steadiness end loyalty to ernployrs
win be appreciated. Permanent place
rather tlmn fancy ualary desired. Kindly
appoint Interview. Address 2707 Dodge St.,
Cny, or 'hone II. Dfisrt.
POHITION9 wanted by two young men.
machinist by trade, willing to accept any
proposition; no objections to going out of
town. Address N 612, Bee.
MAN and wife na ook and houaeman;
good referenoa. H 67ti, Bee.
WANTED Employment by day or week:
good houae cleaner; general house and
yard man; long experience; axe 3M (white).
Tel. H. sTOg. Ad. 1206 Douglas. P. U Gay.
EXPERIENCED housekeeper d wires
position; competent to take full charge of
houae and aervanta. Tel. Douglas 3112.
IaADY wants work for Paturdaya. Call
CHAUFFEUR at liberty; one that can
start her when aha refuaea. Call E. Jack
son, Ind. B-27B3.
200 South ZOtty. ;' wanted, position as furni
ture salesman or other work; can furnieh
beat of references. H. E, Lewis.
FAMILY washing, $1.26 per week.
HANDT MAN wants day work. Henrv
Walworth, 722 N. lth St. Douglas 4308.
' TEL. TTLER IMS. Ask for Payne. First
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Grand Island Local. ...a 816 am
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Carroll Local a 7:00 am
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Cllcano Local all OS pm
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Twin City Kxpress a 7:80 am
Chicago Express t oo am
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The Mountaineer a 8:01 am a 0:40 am
Local pass, to Lincoln. a 8:4tj am
Colo.-Cal. Expreaa a 1:15 pm
Okl. A Tax. Expreaa. ..a 6:00 pm
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K. C. St. L. Ex a 8 20 am
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Chicago Special a 7:16 am
Denver Special all. 36 pnt
Clucaso express a 4 oj ulu
Chicago Paat Express.. a 6:30 pm
Iowa Local a 8 If. am
Creston (la.) Local b 3 30 pm
tit. Louis Express a 4. jo mu
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14. CliKlButl. Jn. 17. Pry. Uocoln. Jun. 31
Will Oil ml rirmaulh mn4 lTirtBurt
, HevoaS lo Onlj.
Will sail at Bouiutne.
150 Will Kaadolph .. CtUragg. tii
The Sunday Bee
Is anxiously s waited by
those who ar specially
Interested b lands, the
sort that buj and sell
nt) encoursse others to
uiiniii nnu i iivuuuu uinitnui
Bulls Enthusiastic Over Heuian Fly
HIGHER VALUES IN CORN, TOO
Whole Bltaatloa I. Covered hr '
Same Ipflnenees Coontry Deal
ers Are Making (iener
OMAHA. June 3. 1311.
Bullish enthusiasm ruled the wheat mar
ket from the start and reports of damrtgea
from hot, dry weather In the southwest
and damaaea bv Hessian flv In the dlstrlcta
east of the Mississippi river carried the
market higher today. The advance for the
week has been Meady and pronounced.
The same sentiment that has been ad
vancing wheat during the week has pre
dominated In the corn market and given
higher values. The selling by the country
dealers has been very liberal as the ad
vance and cash prlcea are.
The bull market In wheat was of the
genuine character today, early sellera on
yesterday's bulce were forced to cover,
closing the market on the high points of
the clay. Cash wheat was ic hlghr.
Corn was active with wheat and with any
contlntinncR of the drv, hot weather prices
are bound to advance. Cash corn was c
Primary wheat receipts were 243.0(10 bu.
and shipments were fi2K 000 bu.. against re
ceipts last year of 283,000 bu. and ahlpments
ol ats.mv) bu.
Pilip.-irv i-orn recelnta were SM.ono bu. and
ahlpments were fi?.ono bu., agalnat receipts
aft year ol 5W.0OO bu. and shipments oi
Clearances were, 177.000 bu. of corn. l.OnO
bu. of oate and wheat and flour equal to
ISA no bu.
Liverpool woa closed owing to the coro
The following cash sales were reported:
WHEAT No S huril- 2 cars kHVic. No. 2
hard: 1 car, 87c. No. 4 hard: 1 car. 864c.
No. 2 mixed: 1 car. 8SVic. No. 3 mixed: 1
CORN No. 2 white: 4 care: 61c. No. 8
white: 2 cars, file: 3 cars, 50c. No. 2 yel
low. 6 cars. &A.e: Xn X vollnw. fi care. SOVic:
No. 4 yellow. 1 car. 4.c: No. 2 mixed. 4
cars, 60c; No. 3 mixed, 3 cars, 60V: 5 cars,
S"c; No. 4 mixed, 1 car, 4M4C; 2 cars. 49MiC
no graoe. 1 car, 4sc; 1 car. 4:y: I car. 44c.
OATS Standard, 1 car. 34VlC; No. 3 white,
3 cars. 34-jo; No. 4 nh'.te, 3 cars, 34c; No.
ycnow, z cars, 33c; no grade, 2 cars, 33C
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. fWddc: No. 3 ha-rd.
S7VoSVc; No. 4 hard, K6ftfi7c; rejected
hard. 74Vfi2c; No. 3 spring. MMi&c; No. 4
spring. STiiWc: No. 2 durum. 84W&S61Ae: No.
3 durum, X3i,iiiS4'4c.
CORN No. 2 white, ROVffSlc; No. 3 white,
I'af'lc; No. 4 white. ,V4(50Ho; No. 8 color,
jOV.aWV; No. 2 yellow, 5jWa No. 3
yellow, 505noic; No. 2. WXijfiO4C; No. 3.
tiWMKc; No. 4 corn. 49i&43Vc: no grade.
OATS No. 2. 34ia:i6c: atandard. 34V412
14c; No. 3 white. K4ViS34,4c: No. 4 white.
3JHig34c;, No. 3 yellow, 34(S4c; No. 4 yel
HAULKY NO. 3. 82?fSfic: No. 4. 74S4C: NO
1 feed. 67(fi84c; repected. 54fl69c.
RYE No. 2. 87(&SSc; No. 3. $figic
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 24 442 227
imniia 27 i( 10
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading; and Closing
Prices on Board of Trade.'
CHICAGO, June 8. With scorching heat
n Knnsaa and Nebraska and with heatk,in
ly damage spreading through Indiana, ail
cereals today scored a sharp advance In
irlce. Wheat led the way and ilnlM'tl
strong to lVa'HiC higher than last n 0-.
I -a test trading left corn Tac to lWlUc '. 1.
oeta dearer by Ta'S'le and provisions un
hanged or costing the consumer 2',vi'dc
more than before.
In contrast with previous days, the
atrengthenlng and expansion of the what
market was nearly uniform Instead of
being confined to a single option. An
other noticeable feature was the fact that
he damage reports from both Indiana and
he west were accompanied by orders to
purchase ' wheat. Foreigners also were
active buyers In Chicago. A good deal
of the time the market was entirely bare
of offerings and there was a constant
bidding up of quotations. Cash wheat rose
with the futures, the big owners going
sharfHy after the carlot arrivals and pay
ing stirt rates ror the privilege. For July
me top ana Dot torn ngures 01 the day
were 34c and 91 He. with last aales 93 So.
a net gain of la.
Llghlneae of country sales had consider
able to do with the advance In corn. July
ranged from MVgMc to &4c and closed
tirm anu vtfic up at 6440. Cash grades
were In fair demand. No. 2 yellow fln-
ahed at 6u'au64c.
Complaints were numerous that oats had
been heading short In many parts of ths
leading states. Decreased acreage cut a,
figure. July fluctuated between 3iiAfi;u7
and 374c closing Tslc net higher at 37c
atraignt, almost the record price thus far
Jnrlng the crop year.
The provision market could not wholly
eacape the bullish spirit of the neighbor
ing pits, fork was cnaiked up a nickel
higher at the end of the day and there
were leaser gains put to the credit nf lrrt
Prices In Chicago furnished bv the ITn-
dlke Grain company, Telephone Douglas
2473, 708 Brandels Building, Omaha: -
Articles. I Open. I High. I Low. Close. Tes y.
i tec. . . '61'-3V
14 72H 14 o
8 07 J 8 06
Cash quotatlona were as follows:
FLOCK Steady; winter patents. 33 Son
4..V0; straights, $3.7034.26; spring straights,
RYE No. 2, 92c.
MAKLKY Feed or mixing, 0ig70cj fair to
holce malting, 76-tTfcAc.
SEED Timothy. $13.00; clover, $15.75.
PROVISIONS Mess Pork, per bbl.. 814. 87U
ftUi.OO. Lard, per 100 lbs., 38.02V short ribs,
siues, loose, ai.mtiws.uu; snort clear aides,
Total clearances of wheat and flour ware
equal to 189.U0U bushels. Primary receipts
wire 343.uo puaneis, compared with 283,000
bushels the correnpondlng day a year ago.
Estimated receipts fur tomorrow: Wheat.
tl cara; corn, 410 cars; oats. 220 cars; hogs,
42. Out head.
chlcsKo Cash Prices-Wheat: No. I red.
96c; No. 3 red. 9t(s4o; No. 2 hard, 96c;
No. 2 hard. 94u944C; No. 1 northern spring
31 ("a 1 .; Nn. 2 northern spring, 9boc
H ill; No. 8 spring, J3ii7c Corn: No. 2
cash. 54Vj64V; No. 3 cash, Mtfa64c; No
2 white. 64-'a4i5e: No 3 white, 644n4c;
No. 2 yellow. 6ott5&c; No. 3 yellow, Mc.
Oats: No. 2 caah, 3nc; No. 3 white. 3;'c
38c; No. 3 white, 30V37c; No. 4 white, 36
ti-3'4-; standard. 37.37ViC
BUTTER Weak; creameries, 17S21c; dai
hK5S Weak; receipts, 14.464 caes; at
mark, cases Included. 11(h11Sc; firsts, l$c;
prime firsts, 14c.
CHEESE Steady; daisies, HVfllc;
twins, KV(illc; young Americas, lluu;
long horns. llvsfHSc.
POTATOES Steady: choice to fancy,
new. II KVril.20; old. 381T40C.
mULTHY Steady; turkeya. live, 12c;
fowls, live. 12vc; springs, dressed. 22Zi26o.
VEAI Steady ; 60 to SO lbs.. 7V7Vic; to
ai ins., vuw, $ to 110 lbs., wiuc.
Receipts Today Wheat. 24 cars; corn, 442
011. oata, ZZ7 cara B-sUmated tomorrow
Wheat, 22 cars; corn, 410 cars; oats, 220
Bt. I.eala weaeral Market.
8T. LOUIS, June 2 WHEAT Higher,
track No. 3 red, 9valc; No. 2 hard. 910
97V: July, 8Mc; September, 88VitHie.
()RN Higher; track No. 2. 6464c; No.
2 white. btWti:nc: July. 64Vac: Sentember. 36c.
OATS Higher; track No. 2, ; No. t
white, 38Vc; July, 3oS6Vo; September,
RYE Unchanged. 85c.
FlAJL'R Steady; red winter patents. $4 20
tit.iu; extra fancy and straight, S3.WS4.11;
nsro winter rieara 32 sutfl.lo.
SEED Tlmothv, $6.OUt(a60.
CORN ME A 1 $4.60.
BRAN Weak; market easy; track. 8105
HAY-Market ateady; timothy. $l.0O&
Zi W: prairie. $120O(jl5 00.
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged; tobbing
$1" i' Lard, unchanged; prime at earn $7 70
U 5". Dry salt meats, unchanged, boxed
KH 37 jav
S'iVi 37H 36
37H SSVk 31A
I 14 66 14 6)
I 14 20 14 15
I 8 07m 8 OS
$15 I 8 16 I 8 15
7 30 I 7 90 7 83
J82 7M I 780
i " "
aeon, unchanged; boxe.l
j extra ahorta. I!t l2sj; clear ribs. ! 12; short
POri.TRY Pteadv: chickens. lirt.c;
.""i:4-; tin keys. UfjUUc; ducka,
c, geese, 5c.
Dl'TTER Steady; creamery, Mc.
EJOS I nchanged, l.rK-.
. . .pm O110
NKW lOIIK fiKNKRAL MARKKT
of the Day on
NF7W TORK. June S.-FLOCR-Qulet .
spring patents. 84.di'fifi.15; winter straights.
8'llV4.00; wletcr patents. I4 10j4.50; spring
cieara, 33.7Wu4.lu; winter extras. No. 1. 83.i
4i3 60; winter extras. No. 2, 33 lo 3.25; Kan
a etralKhis, 34 114 30. Rye flour, steady;
fair to good. 34 6'(i 16; choice to fancy,
CORNMKAL Firm; fine white and yel
low, 31.lwUl.20, coarse, Il lCKyLlo; kiln dried.
W HEAT ftpot market firm; No. 2 red.
9S'c, nominal. In elevator, and 99'e. nomi
nal, f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 northern Iu
luth. ll.OS'i. f. o. b., afloat. Futures mar
ket was quiet but firm, with small offer
ings, due to the bullish operations In July
In the west and fears of crop damage,
closing Stt-1c net higher; July closed at
98 3-K.c; September, 9Hc.
CORN Spot market firm; export new
No. 2. Hlc, nominal, f. o. b., afloat. Fu
tures market was without transactions,
closing Vc. lower to lc higher; July closed
st B24c; September, 14c; December, 2o.
OATS Spot market strong; standard
white, 43c; No. 2. 44c; No. 2, 43c; No. 4,
42'tc- Futures market was without trans
actions, closing nominal.
HAY Kasler; prime,, $l.40r1 4; No. 1,
tl 40; No. 2. 31.2Mrl.30; No. 3, 21 0v(! 1 05.
HIDES Quiet; Central American, lN'pl
20c; Bogota, ZHii&SZVJ.
LEATHER Steady; hemlock firsts, 23'4j
27c; seconds, 22flnaio.
PROVISIONS-Pork, steady; meaa. $17 75
(& 18.00; family, 318.0"ff;19.5fi; short clears.
llD.75iiil7.0O. Beef, steady; mess, 312.WV3!
12.60; family, $13.0013.60; beef hsms, $25 00
iii27.60. Cut meats, steadv; pickled Bellies,
10 to 14 lbs.. $10.00(i ! 13.00; pickled hama,
$12 5013.00. Ird, firm: middle west prime,
S154(.25; refined, quiet; continent, $ ;
South American, $9.70; compound, $7.37i
TALIjOW Quiet; prime city, hhds., 61e;
Bl'TTER I'neettled; creamery, specials,
22!?r23c; creamery, extras, 21V22c; state
dairy, finest, 22c.
CHEESE Firm; unchanged; exports for
the week, 2,400 boxes.
EGOS Demoralized; fresh gathered,
extra firsts, lfiigl7c; fresh gathered, firsts,
H'tt&lDc; state, Pennsylvania and nearby
gathered, white, lSgiZOc.
POULTRY Alive, firm; spring chickens,
30(;32c; fowls, WSVte; turkeys, 14c.
Dressed, quiet; western broilers, 180f.28c;
western fowls, 13il4c; western turkeys,
Corn and Wheat Region Bnlletln.
Record for the twenty-four hours ending
at 8 a. m. Saturday, June 8, 1911:
Statlons Max. Mln. fall.
Ashland, Neb 98 S
Auburn, Neb 100 87
Columbus. Neb... 9S S4
Falrburv, Neb. ..100 64
Fairmont. Neb... 99 62
Gr. Island, Neb.. .. 65
Hartlngton, Neb. 91 84
Hastlnga, Neb.... 99 63
Holdrege, Neb... 98 6.1
Lincoln. Neb 100 67
No. Platte. Neb. 90 00
Oakdale. Neb 92 60
Omaha, Neb 98 73
Tekamah, Neb.. .100 68
Valentine. Neb.. 92 64
Sioux City. la... 94 72
Alta, la 90 66
Carroll. Ia 94 66
Clarlnda, Ia 98 67
Sibley. Ia 87 64
period ending at 8 a, m.
No. of Temp.
District. Stations. Max. Mln.
Columbus. 0 17
Louisville. Ky 20
Indianapolis, Ind.. 11
Chicago, III 25
St. Louis. Mo 25
Des Moines, Ia.... 21
Minneapolis, Minn. 80
Kansaa City, Mo.. 24
Omaha. Neb 18
84 62 .30
88 60 .00
80 60 .30
76 60 . 60
90 6H .00
M 64 .60
78 68 .60
9rt 70 . .60
34 66 ' .10
Unseasonably high temperatures pre
vailed during the last twenty-four hours
In Nebraska and Kansas, and very warm
weather was general throughout the south
ern portion of the corn and wheat region.
Temperatures were moderate In the north
ern portion. Good rains were quite gen
eral in the upper Mississippi valley and
lake region, and lighter and widely scat
tered showers occurred In other portions.
One Inch or over of rain occurred at the
following stations: Minot. N. D 1; St.
Paul, Minn.. 150; Campbell, Minn., 1.10;
Cedar Rapids. Ia., 1; Galva. III.. 1?0: Mil
waukee. Wis., 1.10. L. A. WELSiH.
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., June 3. WHEAT
One cent higher; No. 2 hard, 88Htl6c; No.
3. 8iVe3c; No. 2 red, 8ti&S9c; No. 3, 87fllyc;
July, h6c, bid.
CORN Market hiZfibe higher; No. 2
mixed. &3Vg&4c; No. 3 mixed, 5264c;
No. 2 white, 54',ic; No. 1 white, bZc; Sep
OATS Unchanged to W higher; No. 2
white, 36i36Vic; No. 2 mixed, 33Vij344c.
BUTTER Creamery. 22c; firsts, 19c; sec
onds, 17c; packing stock, 15c.
EGGS Extras, 16VC; firsts, uvc; seconds.
HAT Strong to 3126 higher; cnoice
timothy, 317 .oosa 18.00; choice prairie, $is.2u8
Corn, bu. ..
Oats, bu. .
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. June 3 WHEAT July,
96VS96T4c; September, 934fi 9!sc : Decem
ber. 9Sc. Cash, No. 1 hard, $1.0f4: No. 1
northern, 98cfc1.00H; No. 2 noithern, to
68c; No. 3 wheat, 931iS9tic.
SEED Flax. $2.26.
CORN No. 8 yellow. 51'Vi'?5:c.
OATS No. 3 white, SV&ffiSiC
RYE No. 2. 90c.
HR A N 120.&0M 21.00.
FLOUR Second patenta, 84 .6034 90; first
cleara, 83.203.50; second clears, $2 2032.85.
PEORIA, June 8. CORN Higher; No. 2
yellow, fZc; No. 1 yeuow, wuc; no.
nilxed. 63Hc; No. 4 mixed. DltC; sample, Hc.
itiTS-Hliihtr: No. 2 white. 3UVC: stan
dard, S6Vc; No. 3 white. 36!c; No. 4 white,
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. June $. WHEAT No. 1
northern. II 01 41. IK: imo. I normern. vnew
tl 00- July. 93Mic; September, 9410.
. . . . . a . 'VT
DA T Ptanaaru, t4'm.
BARLEY Malting. 7&u'90c.
nnlath Grain Market.
tvttt.TTTH. June t WHEAT No. 1
northern. 99o; No. 2 northern. 86Va7Hc;
July, 99Hr bid; September, 84ic.
NEW YORK. June 3. COTTON Spot
closed quiet; middling uplands, 15.30c;
middling gulf, ihusc. raies. none.
gX. LOC1B. June a. ivjci jiaraei
unchanged: middling. 16c; aales. none;
receipts. 6M bales; shipments, stat bales;
stock, 11.086 bales.
New York cotton msrxet. aa furnished
by Ign Bryan, membere of New York
Cotton exchange. 815 South Sixteenth street:
Month Open. High. Low. Close
julv 15 70 15 74 16 68 16 73
lugUBt -..16 15 16 25 16 14 15 21
September W " 1 CT 13 74
October 13 24 13 37 IS 21 13 i
December 13 13 13 30 13 13 13 19
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA. June 8. HAT No. I $11.00; No.
2 $10 00: packing. $7 00; alfalfa. $13 00. Straw:
Wheat, 85 50; rye, $6.60; oats. $7.00.
NEW YORK, June $. COFFEE Futures
closed steady, net unchanged to 6 points
higher. 8ales. 11.250 bacs June. 1070c;
Julv 10 76c; Auguat. W 70c; September,
10 6c; October. 10 43c: November. 10 41c:
rxx-ember, January. February, March, April
and Mav. 10.39c. Bpot coffee, quiet; No. 7
Klo 12 6-lfio; No. 4 cantos, 13o. Mild, quiet;
t. Jewsk Live Stock Market.
PT. JOSEPH, June $. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 100 head: market steady: ateera. 86 25
4jlfv rows and heifers. 83.265.26; calves.
HOGA Receipt S.0CO head; market
rtv: too. 352V4: bulk of aales. $6 fort 5 W.
8HEKP AM' uimbo-neoeipis.
head; market ateady; lambs. $t 8tf7.00
lAMiTTi imr tiwnriv innirT
. u ill H fl H 1,1 r, .1 I 111 i IV i;iHRIril
Beef Steers Higher, Cows Lower for
HOGS OPEN STEADI.CL0SE HIGHER
Fat Sheep Fifteen to Tvrenly-Flve
Lower for Week and Shorn
La an ha Qaarter to Thirty
Fire Cents Lower.
SOUTH OMAHA, June 8. 1!11.
'Clrt r -r'
CHrtie.. llocs Bhep
....2.S30 6.481 4.121
... 2.777 14.126 t.i?4
... 4.3R8 11,82 3.321
... 4 018 14.144 l.Mi
... i.."2 ii -r
Official Monday ....
Off-rial Ti;-dav ....
r.stinmte Saturday .
Six days this week.
Same days last week.
Same dava 2 week as-o . 50 478
Same dava 3 weeks ago..ls.7:'2
Same dsys 4 wpeks ago..l7.2T0
Same days Inst year 13.H72
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, aa compared with
last year: 1S11. 1910. Inc.
aitio 4;tl.231 41.1,. li...:9
Hoga l,1f,1.422 92.94T. 22i.47
Sheep 705,829 616.719 90.101
The following table rr.ows the average
prices on lio at South Omaha for the
last several days, with comparisons:
Dates. I 1P11 .!910. (1909. 11908. il9O7.19O.l05.
May 26... I 6 701 9 19 7 lOf 5 141 8 991 321 6 H
Mar 26..! 6 83 1 8 14 7 14 & 16i I 271 6 :9
May 27... I 6 84 3 27 1 7 14 1 6 201 6 901 6 17
May 28... I I 8 39! 7 021 S 28 6 921 24
May 28.. .1 6 8!V 7 021 5 27 i 5 94 6 291 8 12
May 30... I $ 82V 3 Ml I 6 251 6 Oil 391 5 17
May SI...) 6 741 8 331 7 111 6 08 32 5 11
June 1...I 6 7('s 9 311 7 14' 1 36 6 101 (1 20 5 (W
June 2... 6 7T4, 9 16 7 W 6 291 I 6 21 0 16
June 3... I 6 77" 3 09 7 26 6 23 6 05 6 13
Receipts and disposition 01 live stocg at
the Union Stock Yards. South Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. m. yes
terday: RECEIPTS CARS.
C. M. A St. P.
C. A N. W., east
C. & N. W.. west
C, St. P., M. & O
C, B. Q , east 1
C, B. A. Q., west
C, R. I. & p., east
C , R. I. & P., west
Chicago Great Western
Total receipts 1
Omaha Packing Co
Swift & Co
Cudahy i'acking Co...
Armour A Co
Total ' 6,325
CATTLE There were no cattle of any
consequence on nale thla morning, the mar
ket, as usual on a Saturday, being practi
cally bare of supplies although a tew
scattering cars were reported In. Receipts
for the week have been very moderate,
showing a large falling off as compared
with recent weeks.
Under the Influence of a very fair local
demand and greatly decreased receipts
the market on beef steers this week has
had a gradual upwurd movement. Prices
have really not been quoted any hltiliei
but still they have been creeping up slowly
and at the close ot the wtek are aiuuiu
loc higher than last week.
While the best dry lot heifers and llgh,
cows have held up very well the general
run of cow stuff, especially anything snow
ing grass or anything on the canner ordei
has had a downward movement and prlcei.
at the close of the week are Hxj20c lower.
Veal calves have been In very good de
mand and at the same time very light sup
ply this week, with the result that prices
have rapidly advanced, the best grades
selling as high as 8S.50.
Bulls and stag have been very fair sell
era all the week at fully steady prices.
Feeders have been In very light supply
this week, but .there have been a good
many stockers on the common order re
ceived during tha- last few days. At the
same time country demand has not been
overly urgent and with a surplus of cattle
at the close of the week prices yesterday,
which had been steady all the week, broke
as much as 26c. This means that the week
is closing fully 26c lower than last week
on that kind of cattle.
Quotations on Cattle: Good to choice
beef steers, $6.80ih.10; fair to good beet
steers, $5.6O1i5.80; common to fair beef
steers, $6.00j-i 60; good to choice heifers,
$n.0ft(Zi,,5.60: good to choice cows, $4.6ivji.ri.00;
fair to good cows and heifers, $4.16'u46o;
common to fair cows and heifers, $2.50j4 lr. ;
good to choice stockers and feeders, $.Vn0
5.70; fair to good Blockers and feeders.
$ft.0flH6.60; common to fair Mockers and
feeders, $4.00(3 5 00; stock helfere. $4.2x56 2:.,
veal calvea, $A.Oiij8.60; bulla, stags, etc.,
HOGS Demand for hogs had both vol
ume and tone, producing a trade that was
steady early and strong to 6c higher late.
About 102 cars were yarded In all and
regular buyera purchased freely through
out the aegalon. Clearance of bulk was
made before 10 o'clock and all weights
showed good action.
Orders from shipping and speculative
quarters called for about one-eighth of the
supply, but there was no appreciable pref
erence for any particular class of stock.
Spreads held at nnrrow margins and qual
ity was a primary factor In determining
Lard grades sold around $5. 755.75 and
desirable butchers moved at or near $580.
Light mixed offerings and choice bacon
animals brought as much as $5.96, a top
that Is 5c above yesterday's high price.
Despite the fact that receipts this week
have been liberal, the demand has been
broad and prices have held up very credit
ably. The bulk as well as the top today
shows a nickel decline from prlcea a week
Sh. Pr. No. At. 8h. Pt.
140 I 46 (I IIS 40 I SO
S40 6 10 10 227 (0 6 10
J W 4 TO il U0 1H0 a SO
... lit 217 2"0 i 80
140 ( '0 U 4I 300 4 80
140 ( 70 II 141 40 I a
80 6 70 76 ... 80
240 6 70 M 154 ... I 80
120 ( 70 U 117 ... 6 80
... (TO 41 161 120 6 80
46 I 70 48 147 ... I 80
... I TO T4 240 SO I 80
... I 70 44 144 ... t 80
... I TO 71 241 40 I 80
80 I 7214 Tl 24T ... I .)
80 I 71 87 B ... i 80
140 i T8 67 244 200 I 80
111 I 75 M 233 ... t 80
80 I 78 Tl 214 120 4 84
... I 74 41 241 ... 8 0
... I TS 7 224 ... 6 M
... I 78 44 206 10 I HI
ISO I 71 71 844 80 6 80
An attractive office,
in the heart of the
has a few vacant offices that are
are kept thoroughly clean, and are Inviting rooms during the hot sum
mer months. New elevators that will give this building excellent ser
vice arc being Installed. Janitor
Here is a list
fcOOK 416 Having a south and west exposure, protected from west by the
City Hall, ard most alwaya a cool breeze from the aouth. Thin apace
Is l$4x2W and Is well lighted, with very reasonable rent, per mo. fia.00
2800M S4S On the sixth floor next to the southeaat corner, where the after
noon snn will not roast during hot weather. There Is a vault ahout 4
fMi smi&ra In this room which
valuables. The room Is 8-8x18-6,
ttOOaf 394V Northwest oorr.er room, and the only large single room vat-ant
In the bulldl.ig. There is a total of 30 square feet of space and has a
lare flrnnroif vault- Thla could be arranged to make two private of
fices and a reception room, and
it nrniisTiB xxr xuam stacs
on hastt aioa or Baixoxva.
The New elevators are being installed.
The Bee Building Company
Bee Business Office. 17th and Farnam Sts.
40 I 78
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at I 80
... I 8.1
. . I 80
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120 I 82
80 I 82
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SHEEP There was nothing doing In
either the sheep or lamb markets today, as
every branch of the trade was barren. The
M-ale of values remained nominal.
.Supplies during the week give a total
that Is relatively light, only l.".,00n head
allowing up In all, Nearly half of tills
run consisted of wooled Mexican lambs, a
class of stuck that Is seldom available at
market so late In the season. Shorn west
ern lambs were In very fair supply on
most days, but matured sheep, euch as
eves, wethers, etc., have been scarce at
The main trade. Involving wooled Mex
Icana only, opened steady, became a quar
ter cheaper at mid-week and regained the
loss on a two-car offering yesterday. Toppy
Mexican lamba In fleece are now selling
around $7.50, quotably steady with a week
During the major portion of the week
short rune had no appreciable Influence
upon demand. Shorn lamba had to be
placed on a more attractive basla and prea
ent prices are about 36c lower than those
of a week auo. Slumpy conditions at larger
trading points in the enst have had a
considerable influence upon the local sit
uation and are lnif,uly credited with bear
ish trend of values in the face of light
Volume of business In old sheep was
hardly large enough to afford anything
like a good reflection of the market. Re
cent sales average up weak to some lower
and present quotations Indicate a net de
cline of about a quarter.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Spring
Inmhs, good to choice. tii7.Va7.75; spring
lambs, fair to good. $5.6tr(i75; Mexican
lambs, $7.1ffi7.50; shorn lambs, good to
choice, $6.10"(i 8.4(1, shorn lambs, fair to good,
$5.5O'(i10; feeding lamba. shorn, 13 50 p 4 6 J;
yearlings, shorn, $4 75'&5.3fi; wethers, shorn,
$4.4'Vfi5.00; ewes, good to choice, shorn, $4.25
(04.60, ewes, fair to good, shorn, $3.65(34.25.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Demand for Cattle and Sheep Steady
CHICAGO, June 3. CATTLE Receipts
estimated at 200 head; market steady;
beeves, $6.1fvii.40; Texas steers. $4.60gC.50;
western steers, $4.754i6.50; stockers and
feeders, $3.8ji5.S5; rows and hclfera, $2.46'ul
6.80; calves, $5.25(7.76.
HOGS Receipts estimated At 9.000 head;
market slow; light, $5.754pS.12: mixed, $5.70
4iti.06; heavy, $5.5036.00; rough, $6.sS.7K;
good to choice heavy, $5.7fy).ti0; pigs, $6.55
ti6.0H; bulk of sales, $5 WXa.ii0.
SHEEP AND LAMBS RecelptB esti
mated at 6,000 head; murket Pteady; native,
$3.(iofc4.45; western. $3.0ufi4.5O; yearlings,
84. 25(u5. 15; lamba, native, $4.25iju.90; western.
Kansas City Lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. June 3. -CATTLE Re
ceipts 200 head; no southerns; market
steady; native ateers, $6.254141.35; southern
steers, $4.1Cfl5.50; southern cows and heif
ers, $J.0(-a4.50; native cows and heifers, $3.00
'diiOi; stockers and feeders, $4.2.Vh6.5o; bulls,
$3.85(6.00; calves. $5.0uJi7.6O; western steers,
.-5.0OH6 10; western cows, $3.(XV(i4.75.
HOGS Receipts 2.000 head; market
ateady; bulk of aalea, $5.8(ii6.90; heavy. $5.50
'a 5.85; packers and butchers, $5,8546.90;
SHEEP AND LA M BS Recelpta none;
market ateady; muttons, $3.50g6.95; lamba,
$5.5O4j7.00; fed wethers and yearlings, $3.76
5.25; fed western ewes, $3.5ta3.85.
St. Loots Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, June 3. CATTLE Receipts
100 head; no Texana; market steady; na
tive beef steers. 5.50'(i4i.26; cows and heif
ers, $3.50&.15; ntockers and feeders, $3.00
5.26; Texas and Indian ateers. $4.26fa6.00;
cows and heifers. $3.6o4i6.00; calves In car
load lots. $5.0wS,7.60.
HOGS Receipts 4,600 head; market
steady; pigs and lights, $5.9u--(i5.u6; packers,
$5.4066.00; butchers and best heavy, $6.9u3
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 1,500
head; market steady; native muttons, $3.76
G4.26; lamba, 35.50427.90.
Stock In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the five princi
pal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep,
South Omaha 70 6.600 ....
St. Joseph 100 2.0
Kansas City 200 2.(1
St. Louis 100 4.5
Chicago 200 9.0
Totals 670 24,100
The Key to the Situation Bee Want Ada.
We wmnt rprntatlv to htuidla
for us In this territory the Mle ot an
unprecedented 1 j attract We ft ret mort
(se 4 bond oo New York property.
We do not want a man eerklng a
em la 17, but a man who la able aod
rwady to sell hirh grade erurUIrs ajid
to build vp for oiroaelt and ue a profit
With euch a man we am orecared to
make liberal arranirmenu. The bond we
have referred to above will yield to the
Investor 6 87, and Is aeoured by land
oosttni over 3.0i0,000, and on which
over t4.5OO.K0 has been spent la Im
provements In the last three and a half
We are dealers In Standard Railroad
Bond, and are In a position to bur tnd
roll eecurltlee traded In, In New York,
Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Our list of Investment offering em
bracee thoee suitable for the require
ment! of every claae of Investor.
WOODBURY & CO.
42-44 Pine St New York
cool and well ventilated,
city, is a business i.aset.
as choice as any In the city. They (
attention, light and water are the best.
of a few choice
are now vacant:
affords storsce SDaca for atatlonery or
and renta for, per month SIS. OO
rents at the small sum of. per mo. $40.00
sbi tss siOAiona nut rxoom
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will make au excellent possession. It is a real joy-maker. It is fully
equipped and is just like accompanying illustration. The famous
Apperson warranty goes with this car. The prize may be Inspected
at the Apperson Sales Rooms. 1102 Farnam St.
Not everybody can play a plane
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es-note Kimball player-piano, worth
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Thirty-Five Cash Prizes
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This prize Is a beautiful lot In
A. V. Tukey & Sons Her addition,
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eight, on Thirty-third street, and Is
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