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TIIE BEE: OMAHA TTTUTvSDAT, JUNE 15, 1911.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
' heat Market it Reacting: from the
Recent bnaxp lecune.
SPEISG SIIUAllON IS BEAEISH
Cora Flrsn l wKk'WkMl mm Bar-
la Started ear the Farther Dry
Weather Coilatata Caah
C'ara la Lcwrr.
OMAHA. Jud 14, 1911.
ilia wheat market aa rticiinn troru the
lacaur eharp aecllue, tba traua behaving
trial ma niura lavorauia .enur euuut
iiona Hav been amply tuatcouuted.
tba apiuig wmai niiutwin rnuun bear
ish, but any uneii In ma present outlook
would naturally lower buyers, wane winter
y. neat harvest retuma n.ay alao become a
bull feature,, aa aura disappointment In
reld are eKpeoted.
Wbeat startea turn and beld steady and
then advanced quickly toward tba eloee on
abort covering on unfavorable roporta
irom South Dakota. cah wlieat un
uhauasd. Corn firmed up with wheat and buying
started on the lurther dry weather com
pialnta. Caah corn waa aott. o lower.
Primary wheat receipt were 38 000 bu.
and shipment were ... WO bu., against re-o-ipta
laat year of 139,000 bu. and shipment
i f lal.U? bu. . .
Primary corn receipts were 9.14.000 bu. and
shipments were 4M6.D00 bu , against receipts
last yt-aj ot ji,o00 bu. and ahlpmente of
' A.' 'I tA Wi
Clearanoe were M,000 bu. of corn, none of
oata and wheat and flour equal to ULe.OOJ
Liverpool closed Vd lower on wheat and
d lower on corn.
The following caah aalea were reported:
WHEATNO. I hard, I care. 84c; No. 4
hart, 1 ear, 75c; rejected, 1 car, 7lc; no
grade, 1 car, 76o.
CORN No. 3 white, I cara, 53c; No. I
white, I cara, 68c; No. I yellow, t cara, 62c;
No. t yellow, 1 car. 52c; No. 1 mixed, I care,
5jo; No. I mixed. 4 cara. 61lc; No. I
mixed, 1 car. tlVc; No. 4 mixed, I cara,
"oATS-No. t whit. 1 car, 17He stan
dard. 1 car, ttttc.' No. I white, cars. $Ti4c;
No. t white. 1 car, S7C, No. 4 white, 1 car,
W40; no grade, t car, Ke.
Omaha Cavah Frlceev-
WHKAT No. I hard, SoViSSTc; No. I
l ard, IBH1f6Ho; No. 4 hard, 74(Va4c; re
jected hard, 70w78o; No. I spring. M'o8rCJ
No. 4 spring, VVi$$eo; No. 8 ourum, 80Vs
IGSto; No. 8 durum, 7V:8iHo.
CORN No. I white, UW,ic; No. I white,
MXtSo; No. 4 whit. 62yii-4c; No. 8 color,
WliiiJo; No. I yellow, 61Vo2c;
.allow, tlHMo; No. 4 yellow, ol4flic; No.
I, 6l1iao; No. 8, 61144510; No. 4, 619
MV; no grade. 4Su.61a
OATS No. I white, OTfciiOTHc: iandord,
rjiKVkc; No. whit. 3t4437Wo; AO. 4
white, 8SH&38ao; No. t yellow, MVaSliO;
No. 4 yellow. 3&trMc.
BARLKY No. 3, aariKSc: No. 4, 7438c;
No. 1 feed, 8'38Tc; rejected, o40Bc
RYK-NO. 1, 8V&S&C. No. 8, erMjMC
. Carlot Itaeelpie.
Wheat. Corn. Oata.
Chicago 31 264 801
Minneapolis ......, 197
Omaha 12 71 17
Jjuluth 46 ..
CHICAGO 43 ft AIM AKD PROVISION!
Featwrea of the Trwdlaa; aad Cloalasj
Prlee oa Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, June 14. A dry weather scare
In South Dakota gave a lift today to the
wheat market here. In consequence, final
trading showed a net gain, of Mie to c.
The outcome In corn waa a shade to "40
decline, oata closing the same aa last night
to WfiVjo up and provisions unchanged to
Drouth damage reported from four or
flva oountie In central Bouth Dakota not
only drove short sellers of wheat to cover,
but stimulated muoh other buying aa well.
Pont hern Minnesota was alao aaid to be
alfected by lack ofNstibsoll moisture. Dts
iretohea from sixty points in Bouth Dakora,
both east and weat of the Jim liver, were
Interpreted a meaning a wheat condition
of not more than 75 per cent. Moreover,
prediction were current that to save the
remainder of the crop there, rain must
corns soon. In Brown county the probable
average yield was estimated aa low aa
even bushels an acre. The resulting upturn
In the market rmre came sharply In con
trast with earlier weakness, due largely
to the general -favorable outlook' In the
spring wheat' 'belt aa a whole. Profitl
taking mad the close eaav. During the
session July ranged from 86"c to 88 Sc.
with the last aalea e up at WctfSStte.
Prospect of rain in the leading corn
state led to heavy sellinir. Htrength of
other grain though helped bring about
aom recovery. July fluctuated between
t4Hio and 64ff."4',c. closing eaay and a
shade off at 64fU64,c. Caen grades were
weak; No. 2 yellow finished at 6grio,
Excited buying of oata was causM
through bad crop reports. Outside limits
reached by the July option were 87HW
e and 38o, with last sales rtio up
In view of the fact that packers were
buying hog, on a liberal scale, provisions
took an upward Blunt. The gain In no
case, however, exceeded a dime.
Prices In Chicago, turmshed by. the Up
dike Grain company, telephone Dou-laa
8471, Tut Brandela building. Omaha:
ArUola. Open. Ulgh.l Low. ao. lea y.
July... 7 V4B
Corn- I I
! 4H;54(ai UK
4vl. taW 40:
'ork- j j ' '
juiy..,f ia run UuJh
fcapt..! 14 WMl 14 10 I 14 M Is
In u 1 H 41 1 m. as. , . .
J,,l. I .TlI1 ... .'
Rib-- I 1 - ,
July... I17HI 116 I ttf
Sept... 12nl 6 1.1 lu' Iu7.
a 41 i
. WUK Weak: winter patrnta, t3.K)0
tsusrv af S
HAKLKY-rrvd or miking, ao76o: (air to
ahulue malt liia, a?k,
ftCDa-! No. 1 outhwe,rn,
r,j ' vr.."T ' Bhort rib
nort clear Mda
" B V. w
Iwtal ejearanc of wheat and flour Ware
jqual tv actK. bu. Priinaryioe Ipw JI
JUVou) bu. compared with 3a..oX bV th!
crrMpiiMllng lav a year aao.
Eatiwated recelpw for tomorrow: Wheat.
M'41' " "
Chlcaco Caah Prioea Wheat: No. a rA
No. I hard. Suik.; Wo. 1 nortbVrn
spring, ataioi No, uortharn aprtnV STi
tlSao: No. I aprlng. "crnnNoM!
cash! Vn,tf64',a; No. I a,h, 6iiUi4o- J
I white. 44,ft4 v.; No. ,,; uiX; Nt
i-jk T1 J"; no. iVtut.
Syao; N. white, t7Vu;wv,o; No. i
white. ;tiiic; standard. isAVo.
bUTTtilt Steady; oreamVrlea
dalrlea, W4io. ' "21c;
KUvi-btMiy receipta ca,
DiaiB, oa.a Included. IXm; ftratV .
pom ftrata. l4o. ' I,n,l- "c;
CHEhb-'irin; dalalra. imllic- ttn,
&trw$2? Amertc"- W
POULTRV-Uva. aidy; turk.y. i-.
fowls. 13o: apnnas. 2j6o luraaya. i.c,
VklALStaady; ev to do lb wt aui
ChU)o lUcelpta-Today: Wbeat a cars
com. 6o cara; oata. ul oara. EHtfffJ
ahort vlear. t.76 Hacon.- unphannd;
boxed flirt hirt, t 27H; clear ilb, t 27 k,
short clrara, ;k
Flour, bhls jmo ion
Wheat, bu. . limn
t orn. bu. M oiK) 82.n0 i
oata. du .- 2.10OO W.""0
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Curai and Wheat Rrilos BaUella.
Record for the twenty-four hour ending
at I a. m Tuesday, June 13. 1D11:
Ashland, Neb.... K7
Auburn, Neb 81
Broken Bow, Nb. 87
Columbus, Neb., 87
Falrbury, Neb... 1
Fairmont, Neb... 89
Or. Island. Neb.. 2
Hartlngto , Neb. M
HastinKS, eb... ft
Holdrege. Neb... "3
Lincoln, Neb 85
No. Platte, Neb. 2
Oakdale, Neb.... 7
Omaha, Neb 82
Tekamah. Neb... M
Valentine. Neb.. 80
Sioux City, la... 82
Alt. la i. 83
Carroll, la 78
( larinrla, la 80
Blbley, la 7
Minimum tempt raturs for twelve-haur
period ending at I a. nv ,
No. of Temp Rain-
Plstiict. mat too. Max. Mln. fall.
Mln. fall. 8k
65 .00 Pt. cloudy
M .00 Clear
65 .21 Clear
W .00 Clear
4 .on pt. cloui
1 .00 Pt. cloudy
(W .00 Pt. cloudy
M .00 Pt. cloudy
0 .i Pt. cloudy
65 .00 Pt. cloudy
84 .01 Cloudy
80 .01 pt. cloudy
69 .16 Clear
2 .30 Cloudy
67 .00 Pt. cloudy
6 .00 Clear
68 .00 Cloudy
57 .00 Clear
68 . Clear
0 . .42 Raining -
63 .00 Clear
Columbus, 0 17 72 . 62 .00
Louisville. Ky 20 82 IA .00
InriianapoH. Ind.. 11 78 62 .09
Chicago, 111 26 74 6- .00
Bt. Louis. Mo 25 8 68 .10
te Moines, la.... 21 82 6 .40
Minneapolis, Mln.. 30 78 62 .20
Kansas City. Mo.. 24 90 64 .00
Omaha. Neb 18 88 68
Warmer weather prevailed In Nebraska
and Kansas during Tuesday. Temperatures
continued moderate In other portion of the
corn and wheat region. A few light and
scattered showers occurred in th western
portion. L A. WELSH.
Local Forecaster Weather Bureau.
NEW YORK GRKGRAk MARKET
Qaotatloaa of th Day a Vartoa
NEW YORK. June 14. FLOUR Quiet;
xpi inx Datenis. t4.irn&.1ii: winter straiichia.
$3.90184.00; winter patents. $4.10fl4.50; aprlng
crenrs, S!i.s.rfn4.Ul: winter extras No 1. I3.;!6
fc3 50; winter extra No. t, $3.15(33.26; Kan
saa stralKhts. $4.1iJ4.26; receipij, 20.607
bbls.; shipments." 11,64 bhls. Rye ' flour,
quiet; fair to good, $4.8&5.16; choice to
fancy. $2 2Scq6.60.
CQRNMEAL Steady; fine whit and yel
low. $1.16igl.20; coarse, ll.ltxai.15; kiln dried,
WHEAT Spot market firm; No. 1 red,
95c, elevator, and 6c, f. o. b., afloat; fu
tures market early waa Irregular, but made
a strong afternoon advance on active cov
erin .gdue to unfavorable crop newa from
South Dakota, closing H3Tic net higher:
July closed at 84 15-16C.
CORN Spot market easy; export, new
No. 2, 604c, nominal, f. o. b., afloat; fu
tures market waa without transactlona;
July closed at 2o.
OATS Spot steady; future market waa
without transactions, closing unchanged;
July closed at 43o.
HAY steauy; prime, tl.40; No. 1. $1.26.
HOPS 8teady; state, common to choice,
1910. WTOc; 1909. 2022c; Pacific coast. 1910.
22ff2c; 1909. fglo.
HIDES Dull: Central America. UUA
LEATHER Steady; hemlock first. 23Hfly
27c; seconds. 22230: thirds. 19.320c: re
jects. 14f! 16c.
PKOViSiONS Pork, steady; meaa. $17.75
(518 00; family. $lg.0G3l.6O; hort clears.
$!5.75ftfl7.00. Beef firm; mess. $11.76'12.00;
family. JlJ.6tXtfl3.00: beef hams. 127.60,22SM
Cut meats, firm; pickled bellies. 10 to 14
pound. juppl3c; pickled ham. 134c.
Lard, firm; middle west prime, 18.2Mf8.iS;
refined quiet: continent. $8.70. South Amer
ica, $fl.5; compound, $7-607.75.
lALUlfl Dull: prima, cltv hhd.. 6ic:
BUTTER Steady; creamery apeclale. 24c-
CHEESE Unchanged; new aklms, 6i8e.
EOQS Steady; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby henery whites, 2225c; gathered
POULTRY All v. steady; western spring
chickens. 30c; fowl, lS.it 16 He; turkey. 16c:
Dreased. Irregular; western broiler. 1822c;
fowls. ll'Ho; turkey, 13ltc
Large Number of Stocki Move Up
ward Briskly During- Day.
BEARS POSITION M0EE DOUBTFUL
lelty-dar Mils, and at $4 r-fi 8K95 fir de-
... ..,.,. viriuiitririini pine.
fll.VF.H-Mar, fc'c: Mexican dollor. 4Sc.
HOND4 Government, ateady; railroad,
Meat lnrtl Market laflaeaee I
' Mad hy Cetaplete Re
' pert f Caaatry' rrtari .
Trad far Mar.
NEW TORK. June 14. A large number
of seml-actlv railroad and Industrial stocks
moved upward briskly today, but the
standard medium of speculation, except
I'nlted States Steel, showed little change.
Perhaps the subject of liveliest Interest
was the present strength of the bear party
nd th sue of it rommltmenta. This
faction has been generally credited with
great activity recently, and with aucccas
so indifferent aa to give rise to the belief
that ita position la becoming lea secure.
'ihe generally firm undertone of th mar
ket today. In spite of Its Irregularity, bore
out the theory that Ita technical position
had been strengthened.
Probably th moat Important market In
fluence waa the ahowlng made by th
complete report of th country' foreign
trade for May. A gain of nearly fao.QO.wuO
in the valu of export over the highest
amount on record for any previous May
more than offset an Increase of $Ll,OOu,000
in imports, aitnoug.i th value of goods
brought Into the country also exceeded
that of any preceding May. Inclusion of
May figure bring up the balance of trad
in favor of the country tor eleven month
of th fiscal year to mors than 600,0u0.00u.
Western Union, which had been active
recently on the atrength of the report
of Its largely Increased buelnee. receded
a point on publication of It report showing
a decrease of $365,000 In net profit during
th laat three months. Th southern road
were conspicuously strong.
Denver at Rip Grand aufferad a further
lose on account of th passing of the divi
dend, and the copp,,. share, after leading
the market for two days, failed to de
velop strength to continue th movement.
Bond were firm. Total sale, par value,
$3,198,000. United State bond were un
changed on call.
Number of aales and leading quotation
on atock wer as follows:
tlalas. High. Lew. CIxm.
OMAHA. June 14 Bank clearings for to
day wer $2 672 l't8 41. and for the corre
sponding date laat year, $2,661,060.20.
! " ioo
. 4.400 ltl
' " wio
, 1.000 11614
too m ioe
1.100 112U lan 41
. I0.8O0 1011
. 1.200 St
. 4.000 m
, 1.300 MO
, 1,000 SI
10,000 SS 's
Kansas City Grata and Prorulosi.
flTV k A TTTTJ V A a- L.
Imll, HB.H ' TV. n 0 V. a Clonal. VT ana
O " , ..., 1.B1U, PTHV, . . vj. a, t'P
89c; No. t red, 84raS6c; No. t. 60ft 86c; fu
ture. July. 83463c. aellera; September,
CORN H-iTo lower; No. t mixed, $414o;
$, 65(5;65V!: future, July, 64Vo bid; Bep-
OATS No 2 white UYauVJ-. XT .1,.
K Y E 80 90C. , "
HAT RtMflV! fhn1ft HmAtKv t1T MV3)1 AA.
; ------- v. aw. sx .wuv.wrg
choice prairie, $14.26igil5.00.
BUTTER Creamery, 2Jc; first. ISo; sec
K003-Extra. lc; f!rU. 12V4c; second.
..,L . Rec1pt8. Shlpmenttv
WhAflt. DU Ifi iWa OO AtA
Com. hu tA fiiVi m'ttA
a sea a r l",PW
Oata, bu j.OOO 15.000
MINNEAPOLIS. June U-WHEAT-July.
93Vic; September, 2V4o; December 2Hi2tH,c;
i , iu. x n.ru. ii-c; ro. i nortnern, 9x
ftNo- northern. Klitfc; No. 3.
CORN-No. S yellow. 61e.
tA-r ino. i wnit. vt'3c.
RYE No. 2, 87o.
1TTJkl7n 1. .... rm t u.. U Ui U,
-. . ...... ,..7i,. o, r. ivifi.w, Racunq
rpatents. $4.604i4.7o: first clear. $3.2&&.3&;
Philadelphia Praise Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Jun 14. PUTTBIR .
Firm; extra wentern creamery, 25c; extra
nearby print, 26c.
EX3G8 Firm; Pennsylvania and other
nearby first, free caaea, $5.25 per' caaa;
current receipt, fre case, $4 80 per caae;
western firsts, free cases. 15.26 uer caaa:
current receipts, fre cases, $4.80 per caaa.
yjttnjH.tj rirm; mew York full creams,
fancy, new. UHtt'llVe: fair to good. 10U9
llic; old, a to quality, ll12o.
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL Jun 14. WHEAT Boot.
easy; No. 1 Manitoba. 7s 4Hd; No. 1 Mani
toba. 7s 2Hd; No. 1 Manitoba. 7 d; fu
tures, eaay; July, 6 td; October, 6a 7ttd.
CORN fcpot, American miked. . new.
ateady; 5a 4d; new American, kiln dried,
steady; 4 lOd; future, weak; July, 4 ld;
September, 4a lrL
PEORIA. Jun 14. CORN-Qulet; No. I
white. 534c; No. 4 whit. 60c; No. 1 yel
low. 63'40; No. 1 yellow, 6Jc; No. 4 yellow,
60c; No. 1 mixed, 53c; No. 4 mixed, 60o;
no grade. 4&t4!ic.
OATS Eaav: N't. 1 white. X3U.X- UniliM
Oasaha Prodaee Market.
BUTTER Creamery. XlUo: nicklnr .ik
EOOR-Eresh, No. t 12Mr3; fraah. No. t, to.
POULTRV-Broilera. 2oc: hena. Ic: rooat-
ers. 4c; duck, loc; geeae, ic; turkey, 15
t. LoaU Uaa.ral Market.
ST. LOUIS, Jun K-WHlAT-r.-L
firm) traok. No. 1 rd lcwl"5T, k n
vicl f'.turai: hljuar; Jw ' uuj. h1fr"1-temtM-r,
DL'ta. ' 70' b"-
CoitN-Lower, track, No. t, 54ff64.B.
J-hlt. 4vwio; future lowari July xlit w
RTB Looar; too. .
ilfV7-LoWri red ier patents ti to
hRAM-Duiii aaA.aj.d. t track. Mc
llVTwEi ,lmoth. WOOfMlW; pralrl.
VTtra aatl si'Tj- V"''"-! loJ
aaorLa, ii.i,m; o!r nrja. (tils,;
Mllwaakeo Grata Market.
UIT.Wit;VVH It TK71, II-AT- V- a
northern H . i . ' i nn,K . ... . A .
July, tUvufjiiVsu ; 6ptember, 67Vtto74sO.
vao oianaara, aMutoe.
Dalath Grata Market.
DULUTH. Jun 14. WHEAT No. J
northern. me; No. t northern. lVtjc;
July, mc; September, Mti iHli,c.
NEW TORK. June 14 -COTTON-Market
opened ateady at an advance of 1ft points;
future opened steady; July, 15 72c; August,
15 12c; September, 13 S9c; October, IS 72c;
November, 13 70c; December. IJ 71e; Janu
ary Ufec; March. l$.73o: May. 13 78o bid.
NEV YORK. June 14 -OTTONB,Kt.
closed quiet; middling uplands. $15.W; mid
dling gulf. !id; sles. none.
r mures closed barely steady; Jun. 1518c;
July 15 bic; August. 15.05c; heptember. 13 Mc;
October. U.53c; November. 136ic; I'ecember,
1154c; Jrjiuary, iJ.Mc; March, USOc; May.
?Ii,,LOUIS- Jun UOTTON-Steedy;
middling. 15Sc No sales; receipt. 1 frl
ba ea. uhlpment, 1 at bale; atoik, .A
New York cotton market, aa fumiahed by
Lgao A Uryaif. membera New Tim k Cot
ton exchnKe. 11$ South Sixteenth etreet:
Month. Open. High. Low. Close. ay.
Juy 11 70 . 16 71 16 4S if. hi li as
"uai ,.1b 11
?eit lis 11 W
October .llor a 7
December 11 17 u 71
, T OUI. Mo.. Jun 14.-WOOL-45te.4y;
territory and weatem mediuma. 17aleWc:
Ho tnediuma. ll,Vo; floa. lvjUVro.
400 140 140
1.K0 10 1M
100 00 so
400 16 M
. "i!oo iir jir"
1,000 k is
"00 17J 17S
11.9O0 it 2S
a, 700 n
. 0,100 S7
, $.000 47
. too OS
400 141 141
1100 10 . IS
.. 1,600 41
" to . rf
... ' T.SO0 104
.v 40 1M
10 110 11 isf
7.400 SS 17 ITU
American Beet Sugar
American C. A F. .......
Am. UMton Oil....
Amorioaa H. a. T. fi
Am. lea Securities
American I,oeomotlve ....
American 8. ft R.
Am. g. R. dm
Am. Steel FtoundHea
Am. 8 mar Radnlag
American Tohacee pfd...J
Anaconda Mining Ca
Atlantla Coaat Una.
Baltimore ft Ohla
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Ontral Leather pM
Central of Maw Jerwy....
Cheeapaak ft Ohio
ChlcaeA a. iMM
Chicago O. W. new
C. o. W. pm
Chicago ft N. W
c, m. ft gt. r
C. f r a. a, r.
Colorado r. i. ...!!!!!!!
Delaware ft Mudao
Donver ft Rio Oraa4o....
D. ft R. n ml
met mora" SactiriUea
Brio Jt pM
.JCrl 14 pfd
Great Northern pfd
Groat Northers Or a otfa....
Illinois Central ,
I Int. Met. ptd
International Harvester ...
mi. jaenae pro
International Pomp ,
Iowa Central .
Xanana r.llv anulkm
K. C. So. lid
Loulrrllla ft Nashville..
Minn, at St. L
M.. St. P. ft S. S. It...
M.. K. ft T
M., K. ft T. pfa
Mlaeourl Ptojrir! .
N. fi. H' at M. M pfd.
New York Ontral
N. T., o. ft W
Norfolk ft Wastara
P.. C, C. ft St. U
riaaond Stael Oar
Pullman PiIim t-
Rallwar Steal Spring.'.'.'.'
Heading T... ......
Republic Steal pfd
Rock lalaad On
Rock laland Ob. ptd
St. L. ft S. P. id pfd...
St. Louis S. W
St. L. a w mm
loas-8hefneld 8. "i.'.'
So. Rallwar pfd
1U5 ft Pacific
T., St. L. ft W
T., Bt. L. ft W. pfd
MVJnlon Pacific Pfd'!!!!!'.!
United Btatea Realty
United tares Rubber...
United Wales Steal
V. S. Suel era
v a. -Carolina Chemical .
esttnfnonss Elactiie ..
wnTmVftT V.:::r::::: 1014 i
Lehigh VallSf I too ISO ITS ITpal
Total aalaa for the day, M,SO0 abaraa.
QuoUtlons furnlhed by Burn. Brlnker
bkuiid?v 4 N,w 0romn K
building i p.. Aiti
Beatrice Creamery pfd oo 01
Cora Ilcbange Bank stock si aa
Couasli Bluffs. Is., 4. Ill 101 lot IS
Clf of Omaha school s. 1U 104 104
Cuds; Packing Oa. la. 114 s2
Deere ft C. T p. a pfd io 104 2
Patraioat Creamery 1st g. I p. s. a 10a
K.lrmi C-asmsry ptd T p. T. ... . Z
Kaassa O. ft B. T p. a. pfd w Z
Kanaaa City 4a. ISM ios t 104 01
Marioa Co.. Iowa. Sua. lit unit ,1. TI
" . v.TOirw ana, isia.. ......... 100
Omaha Water Is, 104I as
Omaha ft C. B. si Rjr. la, 1PM so
Omaha ft C. B. Bt. Ry. as. 1014 101
Omaha ft C. B W Ky. ptd, I p. a.... U
Omaha ft C. B. St. Rr.. oaa as
Omaha Oaa as. ltlt 07
Omaha B. U P. la, 111 4
Packard Motor t p. a 147
Peters Mill p. a. pfd so
Union Stock Yards stock .
Unlea Stock Yards la. Ull a
Wlaa aWmerlal Usapltal aa, la 101
a.M 10 17
4.10 1M ISA SK
1.100 17 to 17
S.IWW J 124
000 ioo ioe
.. 17,400 II
.. 1.000 !
100 74 TT
.. lios txi soil
So a, 1 am ill
AmsX COp ...
B.I. ft Ohio
Chea. ft Okie
Chloaa A. W....,
c. m. , p!.
Ieaar ft H. a...
aa 1st pfd.......
as M ptd.
Or. "4 fn.nh
Loaders Stack Market.
' LONDON, Jun 14. London closing stock
Oeoaels. asoaey T ixrulerllls ft w is
w-11 m... a., at T...
... IS N. Y. Cer.tr. I.
... I Norfolk ft W.
...114 do pfd
...10 Ontario ft W..
,...147 Hand Mines ..
.... ta Heading
... 14 So. Railway ..
...lit da ptd
... in So. Paclfta ...
... 1 llaloa Paclfie
.... 01 4. M
.... 17 V. S. Stael
.... t do pfd ..
... 44 Wahaea ...
... de pt ..
mt-r. at UA per unc.
" v.. a j u j mt cent.
The rate of discount In th open market
for short bill la lt-14 per cent; for thre
month' bilia, 1 6-lay.i- par cent.
Kew Yerk Carh Market.
Th following ejuotatlon are furnished
by Logan ft lirvan, sarnibar New York
Stock exchange. Ill South Hiateeoih street-
mrmy MM vw.., . W Wepinai , ..
Batta CoallMoa a Lamas
clilna -14 Serraa Oea.
Chief Oa 1 1-11 Neohoaaa ,
Krv rMt,l lu at . ,T ?
........ -. ..vwu.uw irmoa a
kly CeaseUaaUd .... 40 gay Ontral ..T.!!
w r.ii.ii. a -a ewirv rag. t
Olroea T fcaara-Jtaocac Co,
belraoot 0 Superior ft r
lelOfield Ploroaca .. 1 Nortk 1..
arrooaa leasee ..... 1
few Yerk Hsaty Market.
NEW TOR FT. Jan J4.-MONET-On call
steady t Wr1 per cent: ruling rare til
per cent; clo.lng bid. 1 per cent; offered
at IS per cent Time loan, eaaler' alxty
daya. 1W par cent; ninety dava. 2 par ent
ail months, lt!" .r cnt. 1
PRIM IS MEUCANTiLE fAPKR-l to 44
per cent. m
BTB.HIJNO IXCHANOr-Btaadr with
actual bualnea In banker bills at Hid iW
OMAUA O TURPI 4b MARKET.
BUTTER Creamery, rto, a delivered ta
the retail trade in l ib. cartona. Oc; fro.
t. In 30-lh. tuba, 11c; No. 1, in 1-lb. carton,
lie; pacKing stock, aolid pack, Ue: .dairy,
in dO-lb. tuba. 14lc; market chai,ge e-ery
CHKESE-Twtn. 14V.4115c: young Amerl-t-sa,
Ibcj daisies, loc; trlpleu. lie; lltnberger,
lac; No. 1 brick, loc; imported bwiaa. m;
domestlo Swiaa, Uo; block tiwisa, lo-
POULTRY Dressed broilers, under t ;ba
per ox.; hena 14c;c-ock. 10c; ducka.
Ike; geese, lie; turke. 14o; pigeon, par
doaen, 11. JO; bomer aquab. per doa. 14. ia.;
fancy sgtiaba. per doa.. 11.60, No. L, per
do., WOO. Alive: broiler. atc; IV to IS
iba.. and IS to t lbs.. Sue; smooth legs, llo;
bens, 10c; old rooatera, c; !4 ducka, full
feathered, lie; geeae, full feathered,
turaeya. Uhrc; -guinea fowls. Due jacb; pig,,
eooa, per doa, ie; bomera, per doa.. llu;
riuaba. No. 1. per do., gLav; No. 3. per oa
evc; eld tut key a, jo.
H&H (all froxen Pickerel, loo; white.
Ific; pike. 14c; trout, ale; large crappiaa.
etaiiuc; bpanlah nrackerel. lc; eel. lac; pad.
dock, 13c; tiounaer. lie; green cAlfisa. lj;
ro shad. KOc. each; shad roe, per pair.
40c; frog leg, per dox., 5c(jM.uO, aalmoo,
luc; balibut. c; allow perco, c. buffalo,
kc: bullhead. 14c.
Beef Cui-Rlbs: No. 1, lic; No. t, HUc;
No. I, lue. Loins: No. 1, 14c; No. 1
HWc; No. a. IW Chuck. Nn. 1 tn: N n
.,?i,Now,' hound: No. i wvfcc; No.
t 10c; Wo. 1. 10c Plate: No. L frc; No. S.
4Hc; No. 1, 4ic .".
FRUIT- banana: Fancy select, per
bunch, t2.tMtl.bv; Jumbo, per bunch. $1,764
l.i6. Cherries: Ho.ne grown, per 24-qu
ess. 12.00. Dateo Ancleor brana, new, 3w
1-lb. pkgs.. In box, per pox. 12.00. Oooae
berrim: Horn grown, per 24-q.u ae, U ott,
Lemons: Llmonelra brand, extra fancy,
100 slae, per box, 1.60; m slae, per box,
18.00; Loma Llmonalra. fancy, M size, per
box, 17.X; 0 siae, per box, tf.&O; 2o aad
42 sizes. 60o per box lees; Cymbal brand,
WO-SoO nlsea, per box. 1.7687.0U. Orange:
Caniella Redlands Valencia, all sixen, per
box, 14 00; fancy Valencia, 80-S-Ub-160 and
mailer sixes, $1,76; California 'Mafia
oranges, 161) and smaller sixes, per box,
$3.76. Pineapples: Florida, 24-30-16-42-41
sises, per orate, $3 0o. Strawberries: Home
grown, per z-qt.' case, 3 uo.
VEGETABLES Beans: Btrlng and wax,
per hamper, $2 60; per mkt. bsk., 0c$l oft.
Cabbage: Southern, new, per lb., 4o. Cu
cumber: Hot house, 1 and 1 dos. In box,
per box, $1.10; Texas, per bu. hamper, $1.7o.
Egg Plant: Fancy Florida, per dos., $1.5(1
(&2.00. Uarlle: Extra fane, white, per lb.
12c Lettuce: Extra fancy leaf, per dox.,
40o Radishes: Per dos., 20c. Onions:
Texas Bermuda, white, per crate, 12 2o;
yellow, per crate, $2 00. Parsley: Fancy
home grown, 'per dos. bunches, 45c Potatoes-
Iowa and Wisconsin, white stock,
per bu $1.00; new etock, in sacks, per bu.,
$1 66. Tomatoes: Texas, per 4-bsk. crate,
MI SCELLAN'HOUS Almond. California
oft shell, per lb., Ific; in sack lot, le Kes.
Braxll Nuta: rr lb., 13c; in sack lot, lo
less Filbert: Per lb.; 14c; in sack lot,
lo less. Peanuts: -Rosutted, per lb., o;
raw, per Ib..Vfcc Pecans: Large, per lb.,
lfto; In sack lots, le less. Walnuts: Cali
fornia, per lb., l?c; In sack lots, lo leas.
Honey: New. U frame. 12.76.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cornfed Cattle Continue Coming; In
BIO KTOS OF HOGS EVERYWHERE
rteeelpt mt Sheep aad l.aanb Largest
f the Maath, wltk Oa Kmeep
tloa tiood Hisr OraM
SOUTH OMAHA. Jun 14, Bill.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Otflfiai Monday l,u 4.476 1.H62
Ofririal 'lueaday S.0.O1 to.H l.lr
rtimat Wednesday .. S.4K0 14.WJ0 6.V00
Three days this week.. 11. 715 40.r 11.826
Parn days last week . . .U.ervJ 13,14a lj.lul
Ham day I week ago.. 1.4S6 li.432 1L877
fame day 1 week sgo..U.M7 M,12 14.6SO
Kam day 4 week ago..l4.3 29.4L2 14.126
Same days last yrar.... 10.816 22.8-14 13,448
Th following table show th receipt of
rattle, hog and sheep at Bouth Omaha
for th year to data aa compared wkb laat
yr- 1BU. 1910. Inc.
rtu 4W.291 434,7t7 36.624
""' 1.2fl0,6'J4 84.6fi 76.ehl
BhMP 733.265 17, Ml IK. 404
Th following (able show th avrag
price on hog at Bouth Omaha for th
lat several days, with comparisons:
Data. mi. 1910. 10. 11908. 1907. 190. 106,
S EHi I 7 St
6 4- I lnl 7 Ml - I 021
K t 29 7 n I 27 OBl
w t R 7 I7 I 17
I III C Ml f $41 I 21
WI 8 g sni s n
I 92 V. I $ 35
$79 I t 2Si
6 79,1 t 27;
6 27 ! 05
I 37 ( 03
4 l 6 1
6 621 ( 79
.044 W IN
... I TO
.S 00 To
"I 1M TO
. tl SO I TO
S?t SO S TO
.11 ... 1 70
.se ... t T
.74 1X0 I TO
.ri ... i to
.S"0 ... I TO
.171 ISO 1 TO
1 ... 170
.SIS 10 I TO
.3H ... t n
Ml IN I Tl4j
ITS ... I 711,
147 ... ITS
. g i n
ts ... in
ll ... I 71
o ... 5 Ti
.11 ... ITS
.71 SO I Tl
.TM ... I TO
SM 11 TS
JM ... TS
3M ... I 7
.IM ... Tl
.101 ... t 71
.141 ... Tl
tr. 10 I Tl
.ISO ... ITS
.170 4 t Tl
.W ... I 71
- i7s ... in
104 SOS S 71
tt ... 171
OS M 111
m ia i T7
11 10 I v
141 SO I T1U
. .Ml 100 I TTU
Receipt and disposition of llv atock at
tn i nlon stock yards for th twenty-four
biiuiiib ai a p. m, yesterday:
NEW TORK. June 14. COFFEE Fu
ture opened steady at a decline of two to
four points In response to lower European
cable and sold off slightly during the day
w.aurnns iiquiuauon or local Dear
pressure In the absence of prompt buyers.
The close waa steady at a net decline of
five to nine points. Bales. 28,760 ban.
June. M.76c; July, 10.84c; Auguat, 10.76c;
September, 10.6j October, 10.46o; Novem
ber, 10.42c; December, 10.39c; January, Feb
ruary and Marchv 10.40c; April, 10.41c; May,
10.43c. Havre wit l frano lower. Ham
burg tw pfg. lower. Rio 60 rela higher
at 71325. Banto unchanged ; 4. OtSOO; 7s,
1300. Receipts at th two Brazilian porta,
16,000 bags, agalnat 12.000 bag laat year.
Jundlahy receipts, 6,600 bags, against 11,600
bags last year. New Tork warehouse de
liveries yesterday, 7,149 bars; against 13,080
bag laat year. Spot coffee, steady; Hio
No. 7, 12tyc; Santo No.r 4, 13c Mild,
quiet; Cordova, Jfl'l&c
NEW YORK.Jun 14. METALS Stand
ard copper, flrjo;. spot and future, 112.10
DIU2.S0. Londme Jmarket dull; a pot, 66 8
9d;- future, .'.'W, -Lake copper, locally,
casting, $12.20-31 i&K Tin, weak; spot and
future. $40 60r347.&0. London market dull;
epot, 22ft; future. lS6-6s. Lead, firm;
$4.45314.60, New york;. $4.264.S7H. East St.
Louis. London market Quoted at 13 6.
Spelter, firm; $6.4b35.65. New York; to-32H
0.0U, jjgi t. Louis. inaon market quoted
at 24 12s td. Antimony, dull; Cooksun'a,
19.00. lorn, Cleveland warraanta. 46 8d In
London. Locally Iron was quiet; No, 1
and No. 1 foundry, southern, soft, $16.00
lo.w; AOb x laundry, northern, li4.7ua la. 20.
C. M. A. St. P.
C. at N. w., east...
C. N. W., west..
N. f. M. & O...
C. B. 4fc Q.. eaat
C. H. at W., west...
C R. I. & P., east..
C. R. I. A p., weet
C. O. W
8 . 1 . ..
O 17 1
4 .. ..
- .. 1
Ml 87 14
Cat tie. Hogs. Sheep,
Dry Ooda Market.
NEW TORK, June 14. Spring fabrics for
1912 are beginning to be opened on men's
wear lines, some few cotton worsteds being
ready and priced approximately on a
baal of a year ago. Cotton goods ar
steady, but in light demand. Lnderwear
and hosiery line for spring are being
opened. Jobbers report trad as quiet.
' Sasrar , Market.
NEW YORK. June 14.-SUOAR Raw,
firm; muscovado, 89 tout, 3.36c; centrifugal,
9 test, l-Hoc; molasaes sugar, 89 test, 8.II0;
refined steady. . -v.
t-C CO 440 66
Swift and Company...... (121 8.2M
Cudahy Pkg. Co 1,037 6.6x1
Armour de Co n 070
Be h warts-Bolen Co ..... 8tt
armour irom K. C
Cudahy from K. C
Benton Vansant 4 Lush
Hill aV Son
F. B. Lewis
J. H. Bulla
Other buyers tn 103
Totals 4.010 10,388 4,828
CATTLE Receipt of cattle were nnlv
moderate here, although some points wer
largely aupplied. Taking th three daya
this week the total here shows a falling off
vi arwrri r,iw neaa, as compared with th
same days last week, but is laraer than
tor the corresponding period a year ego
by about the same number.
Buyer started out this morning bidding
lower on beef steers; In fact, in many
cases, first bids wer all of too lower than
yesterday's general market. Seller war
backward about making concession and
th trade aa a result started out slow and
very dull. Gradually buyers raised their
bids and In the end th bulk of th dealra
bi cattle sold at prices not very muoh
different from yesterday; that Is, buyers
wouia pay aoout ateady prices for such
cattle as happened to pleas them. On th
other hand, anything that waa on the
common orger waa yery slow and possibly
a little lower.1 - - ,
Th desirable kind of cow and heifers
sold about steady with yesterday, but in
ferior graa kind ware alow and rk
th same as thev have beam tnr aAma tlm
back. While good but' ar selling up as
high aa $5.00 th common to medium kind
: I of bull ar way lower and axtremalv alow
There were only a few scattered loads of
stock cattle and feeders In the yards, but
the trade on that kind of cattle has been
very limited, only a few loads going out
Into th country yesterday. A a result
th tendency ot the market is downward.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice beef
ateera, 40.0txjjo.iu; ralr to good beef steers.
lb buao.85; common to fair beef steers, $6.00ijf
iinru iu cnorce neners, 40. oub.ou; good
to choice cows, 14.60rjj-5.00; fair to good oows
and helfera, I4.00r84.60; common to fair
cows and heifers, 2.6O4.0O; good to choice
stockers and feedera, $4.905.20; fair to good
etockers and feedera, $4-4O4.0; common to
fair stockers and feeders, $3.604.40; stock
heifers, $3.604.26; veal calve. $4.007.76;
bulla, stag, etc, $4.0Oo.OO.
BEEF STEERS. 1
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA, June 14. HAY No. 1. $11.00; No.
t, $lo.00; packing. $7.00; alfalfa, $13.00. Straw;
Wbeat. 66o; rye, 86.60; oata, $7.00.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Denial for Cattle Steady Hear aad
CHICAGO. June 14. CATTLE Receipts,
18,000 head; market ateady to strong;
beevea, $6.16$.l0; Texaa Steer. $4.606.76;
western steers. 14.76u5.70: stockers and
feeders, $3.8066.66; cow and heifers, $2.40tf
b.bo; caives, oo.uurgs.ou.
HOGS Receipts, 36.000 head; market slow
and weak to a shad lower; light, $6.9y0
6.26; mixed 16.90rjjo.25; heavy, $6.S0fe.2&;
rough, $6.6w.0O; good to choice heavy,
$o.0t"(to.26; pigs, $6bO(oo.l6; bulk of sales,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 20,000
bead; market weak; native, l'.'.6fv0'4. 16;
western, 12.64i4.U; yearling, $4 OOtjH.. .80;
lamta, $4.00i.li0; western, K2&3 00; spring
Kanaaa City i-lv Steek Market.
KANSAS CITY. Jun 14.-?ATTLE Re
ceipts. 9.600 head, including 2.600 southerns;
best strong, others weak; bulls 26o lower;
dresaed beef and export steers, $5.80rix63&;
fair to good, $5.0v6.75; western steers. $4.90
ti4',-; stockers and feeders, $3.7t6.2&;
sou, hern steers. $3.8&6.60; southern cows.
iz.i0a4.10; nailve cows, ti&ir'na.OU; native
neirers, 14.2ot41.u0; bulls, $3.2x.66; calve.
HOGS Receipt, 21,000 head; market
Steady to 6c lower; bulk of aalea. 16.9641
4.(6; heavy, 16.9o4i6.00; packer and butcher
$5.5i4iKH; light. $6.96:s6 07!4.
bHe.i,P AND LAMiid-ltecelpta. 4.000
neaa; marxet ateady; lambs, So.OOW.UO;
yearling, $4CO34.i)0; wethers. $3.75o4.00;
ewe. 4.254.60. stockers and feeders, $2.7$
t. Leal Llv tk Market.
. ST. LOUIS. June it. CATTLE Receipts,
S.200 head, hiciudlng 700 Texan; market
steady; native ahlpping and Alport ateera,
I6.7tva 40; dreaaed beef and butcher ateera,
d SskjoOO; ateer under l.OuO pounds. $6.0ur
4-26; siocker and feeder. $3.00ao.26; cows
and helfera. $J.6rjrg.ab; . tanner. 100ft5.10;
calvea, 13.6o.l6; Texa and Indian steers.
$4.IKra00; cows and helfera. $3.6ojf6.00.
HtXiS Receipt, 15,ouO head; market
steady; pigs and lights. $6.0n-.sO; packers.
Wao-.SO; butchers and beat heavy, $6.16
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipta, 4.900
head; market steady; native muttons. $2.76
t3.'6; lamba. 15.07 26: cull and buck.
$2.0ue2.76; stockers, $1.2b8.00.
tt. Jataeph Mt Stack Market.
ST JOSEPH. Mo.. June 14.-CATTLE
Receipt, i.000 head; market aloa ; -kteer
$.6C.16: cow and helfera. $l$0ia.0:
.J?G8Kec'pt"- ' 000 "sd: market 6
4J400 UP" '; buUl f '
M1EEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 108
heamarket ateady to 10c higher; lambs.
BUeeJc la Uhl.
Receipts of llv atock st th fiv nrlnoloal
waatsru markets yesterday;
catti. Hog. Sheep.
.... 1 4-4 14OI0 8.JO0
.... 2,0ii0 001 1 000
.... & 21,ul 4.i)
.... 6 1 16 OiO tfraj
....li.WJ 16. aO Xl.urjrj
Kanaaa City ...
. STJ e 41 J IS..
.1074 t 40 IS..
.1070 0 0
.107 t 00 .
.1117 t 04
1010 I 70
....1127 I TO
....iroi I 75
....1141 t 71
....UTS I 71 '
....1110 1 n,
....127 I 71
.1141 I 71
11S1 I 00
.1117 I SO
1171 t SO
.....1311 I 10
1111 1 84
iita s at
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
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1171 I If
1441 I 1
JSU 1 00
US4 4 SO
144 I N
1141 I SO
1164 4 St
113 I 4
1400 I 00
1140 t S4
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1411 $ 00
1460 0 90
so ...uo 00
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10 14)1 00
11 IsOt ( 04
746 I 10
701 I 4
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KELLOGG BEFORE COHffllTEE
Hai No Apolojie to Offer for Rep
entinf Steel SabtidiexieB.
ROOSEVELT MAT BE EUIDIONED
Trevlea t 1KBT There 'Wis
I Mlfertn Price fer Steel Rail (
91101, ear l'adrtaalap wltk
.114 4 74
.list 4 to
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. 11 t 10
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STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
no t so to tn 4 n
741 4 44 IT 440 4 SO
T14 4 M I TsO 4 I
HI 4 44 to 040 8 II
TU 4 M It Ill III
Si 4 40 '
HOGS The official recount of hoe vaa.
terday ahowed the run to hav been not
only the largest for the year to data, but
th largest for several year back. A total
of 801 car arrived, making 80.204 head. Th
receipt todayy though not nearly so heavy
as yesterday, wer very liberal, 818 cars
being reported in. This brings the total
for the first half of the week up to OO.auO
head, a gain of over 7. BOO head, aa coin
pared with th large receipt of last
week, and 17,000 head ana over larger than
a year ago.
In spite of the larg receipts at this point
and at all othi niarketa a well, it was
very vidnt this morning that packer
wanted the hog and th market opened
fully ateady. A a matr of fact th first
fifty or sixty loads -of hogs really aold at
steady to a little stronger flgurea. As th
more urgent order war til lea, tn trad
slowed up, becoming inly steady. On this
basis about three-querfar of th Bog
changad handa. Then packer apparently
earn to th conclusion that thy had been
paying mora money than waa necessary
and dropped their bids down to as much as
lOo lower in many caaea. As a matter of
course salesman were unwilling to mak
th concession and th trad continued
low and dull from that time en.
Still th hog kept aelllns and hi tka
end about everything was cleaned np, but
th laat sals war la many ceaes a much
aa lOo lower.
K Aa. aa. rr. Me. Ae gk. Ft.
4 4 01 tot ... as
8HEEF Receipts of sheep this morning
while not so larg a at flrt estimated
were very liberal, something like twenty
five csrs being In sight early In th morn
ing. Of this number eight cars were Or
on yearling and sis cars were California
lambs. Thus half of th receipts con
sisted of western grsss atock. Included In
the receipts were several cars of clipped
lambs and a sprinkling of fed ewes,
wethers, etc. The quality of th fed Mock
a a rule was not vry good. In addition
to th fresh receipts there wer several
car carried over from yesterday Including
thre car of Oregon yearlings.
Th market a a whole was very unsatis
factory from a seller's standpoint, but not
mors so than usual at beginning of tb
grass season. It always happens that toe
first appearance of grass sheep and lamba
in any considerable numbers Is a signal
for a break In the market on the medium
and common kinds of fed stuff. Th In
evitable result is a slow, dull and weak
market with th tendency lower. That
waa th case in th sheep barn this morning
nd Is prticticalty the case every year at
the beginning of the grass sesaon. Buyers
seemed to be In a waiting mood apparently
uncertain whether to buy or not, and If
they did buy, they wanted to be absolutely
ur that they secured the stuff cheap
enough. The big run of Art ion a and Texas
sheep at southern markets Is also having a
weakening effect on th half fat and
raeoium amas or Tea sneep and lambs.
A bunch of Oregon yearlings sold yester
day at $4 88. Thl morning a car of Cali
fornia spring Ismbs brought $6.70. th sams
price paid for them yea terday, nnd a car
of native aprlng lamb sold up to 16.75.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: 8prlng
lambs, good to choice, 15.60.37. 00; spring
lambs, fair to good, $6.253.60; shorn lamba,
good to choice. I6.OO1JJ 4.40; shorn lambs, fair
to good, $6.6OiS.0O; feeding lambs, shorn,
$1.60&4.2S; yearlings, shorn, 14.60u6.00;
wethers, shorn. 13. 90-4. IS: ewes, rood tn
choice, shorn. IS.764.00; awes, fair to good,
No. At. Prloa.
72 spring Jambs t 84 8 76
41 western shorn ewes..,. lis 8 75
73 western ahorn awe, culls 88 1 10
230 western shorn ewes log $ 86
spring lambs 82 4 25
M spring lambs 67 17$
120 western shorn wethers M 4 0)
701 western shorn yearling 84 4 68
41 western shorn ewes 88 $ 66
67 western shorn ewes 104 8 76
47 western shorn ewes 123 8 69
414 western shorn ' yearlings 84 4 66
Meeting in York
TORK. Neb., June li (Special.) Nearly
all of the officers of th Nebraska Post
masters' association arrived yesterday and
with assistance of local committees, every
arrangement has been made for tHe recep
tion and entertainment of the visiting
postmasters. Today's Incoming trains
brought In postmaeters from all over the
stat and the attendance promises to be
larger than any previous convention.
Urea teat Interest Is being taken la this
meeting; because of the fact that on the
program will be Instructive talks and ex
periences of postmasters who have been
operating postal savings banks. .Now that
the government is appointing so many offi
ces in the postal savings bank, cvsry post
master is most anxious to get ait the in
formation and Instruction he can to assist
him In the conduct of his office when h
is appointed. The meeting ar held In the
Tork opera houss. Headquarters are In
the corner room-of the Le Grande hotel,
where the local reception commute and
officers greet the postmasters, and accom
modations are found for all visitors.
Th opening secalon was called- to order
at I o'clock; p. m. Th Men's Glee olub
of Tork and Ml Martha Dayton, Tork's
popular violinist, furnished music. Th
opening prayer waa offered by Rav.-R, J.
Lindsay. Mayor Vaa Wlckl. In on of
the shortest and unique addresses, bid the
Nssbys of Nebraska welcome to Tork, as
suring them a hearty welcome to one- of
the beat, the prettiest, modern up-to-date.
progressive, live cities In Nebraska. Th
convention proceeded to organise and to
night the cltisens of Tork tendered the
postmasters a reception at th Elk a' club
house, where everything waa don to
show th visitor th true Tork spirit of
iht and It may not. n ,
le president of th
rpont Morgan or any '
the purview of the
WASHINGTON. June 14. Frank 11. Kel-
logg, special counsel for the Department
of Justice In the prosect'Mnn of th Stand
ard Oil company and known as th "trust
buster," told the Stanley steel Investigating
committee today that for years h bar!
been special counsel of subsidiary com-, .
panles of th Vnlted State Sleet corpo-
ration In . Minnesota and that h had bo
apologies to make for M.
Chairman Stanley declared that th pom- -inlttee
would summon any one be he
president of th Vnlted States of J.
rierpont Morgan In order to ascer
tain how certain railroads owned by th
steel trust were able to declare enormous
dividends on . small capitalisation, tt Is
probable former President Roosevelt and
Mr. Morgan will ba asked to appear' be
fore the committee whon It holds sessions
In New Tork.
"The chairman and this committee," said
Mr. Stanley, "want to know how and Why
certain railroads are able 1.0 declare 100
or l.V) per cent dividend and put $4,000,000
or $5,000,000 Into their surplus when their
capitalization Is only $4.001.00i) or !5.COO,0r4X
That may b all right and It may not -1
Wa will , . 1.1 . - , 4W-
win puiiiiiiuii ma
United States, J. Pierpont
other person within
power of th committee to get the whole
truth snd nothing but the truth.
"I think we ought to summon both of
those persons," said Representative Toung
of Michigan, a member of the committee.
"Tou mean th e: president of th
United States, don't you?" asked Chairman
"Tes, of course." Mr. Toung replied.
Kxptaln Steel Coaaectloas.
Mr. Kellogg referred to a letter he had . .
sent to the committee, . in which h ex
plained he and his firm, Dsvis. Kellogg
& Severance, had for years represented
the Duluth A Iron Range railroad ' and .
the Duluth, Meeaba 4 Northern railroad.
subsidiary companies sines J901 of the )
United States Steel corporation. Denying
that while acting Ss special counsel for I
the government he had performed any serv-
Ices for the steel corporation, NMr. Kellogg
frankly said that a fee of $16,000 for serv
Ices previously ' performed had been ap- -proved
by officials of the United Steel
corporation and paid to him in October, -1907,
after he had undertaken trust prose
cution for the government
'"There has been a good deal said," Mr.
Kellogg told th committee, "about my
connections with th government and witlt- ;
th steel concern. To' begin with, I have
no apologies to make. ' I hav explained to
this committee my services with these sub
sidiary companies of th teel company.
They were purely local They did not oa-Ajf
cent the steel corporation as an organlsa-
nun. jumi prior 10 iwi 1 arguaa some
mineral rights cases In Minnesota and pre
aentad a bill for $16,000. This, I belUvs was
approved by the ateet corporation In 1801
Mr. KIlogg testified that ther was noth
ing concerning his relations with the Steel
trust railroad companies id Minnesota that
he would not disclose to th committee.
UTOTirE TO CONTRACTORS.
Plans and specifications will be prepared
and on file In the office of the secretary
of state and commissioner of publlo lands
and buildings for the state buildlns-a k.
constructed as provided by appropriations
natua uy tn am session ot tfas Nebrask
t But.dlngs for Hospital tor Insans.
Lincoln 8100 008
1 Hospital building for 8. S. horn.
Grand laland U.006
1 Laundry building at Hospital for
Insane, Hastings y oor)
1 School of Agriculture, Curtis 7olouO
1 Dining room addition at 8. at S.
horns, Mllford 1,808
1 Dining room addition at Feeble '
Minded Institute, Beatrice , 4 008
Plana for the buildings at Grand Island
are now- ready for Inspection.
. ADDISON WAIT, Secretary,
Board of Publlo Lands and Buildings.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
DENVER, Colorado, June 10. 1811
Sealed proposals will ba reoiu.H .
office of The Field, Fellows 4V HlnderUder
Engineering Company, Denver, Colorado
until 2X p. m., June 2ti, 181 j. for the excavaJ 1
tlon of canals and the construction of head-
works, wood stave pipe, flumes, pumping?
machinery. 'etc., for the Grand Valley Ir
rigation District, at Grand Val)y. Colo
This work Involves th axoendltura r
more than $160,000.
r'lans, specification and other particulars
may be obtained at th office of The Field.
Fellows aV HlnderUder Enarlneeriner nn.
pany, 436 Century Bldg., Denver, Colorado.
A deposit of $6.00 will be required for each
set of plans and specifications taken from
TUB WILCOX CANAL COMPANT
Junel3d7t By J. A. Smith, Secretary
PICKPOCKET? WORK AT BLAIR
Merer Tkaa Three Heaalre Dwllars
Takes frosa Vlaitere t Deal ah
BLAIR, Neb., June 14. Special.) The
crowds of visitors in attendance on .the
Danish Luthersn conference In this city
that are Reaving on each train yesterday
and ' today furnished good picking for a
half doten . pickpocket yesterday after
noon. The depot and platform waa crowded
to a Jam as ths eastbound Black Hills
passenger pulled in at i o'clock. The pick
pockets watched ths passengers as they
purchased tickets and estimated their caah
and where they put their purses. Between
i3D6 and $400 was reported lost, one man
losing $100. Agent Heltman observed on
man's pocket being robbed and pointed
out the thlof, but a rush was mads for
th train and h was lost in th crowd.
Mr. Heltman sold tickets to Sioux City to
four men who came In from Omaha oa th
afternoon train. Mr. Holtman gave a de
scription of th men to Sioux City authori
ties and four of the men were arrested in
that city last night
NOTICE TO CONTRACT-rinsi P1
Plans and specifications for a hospital at
ouiuivia arru nauura liome. urand laland.
are now on file at the office of Secretary
of State and Land Commissioner. Sealed
bids will be received for the construction
of same until noon, June 16, Mil. A DDI
SON WAIT, Secretary Board of Publlo
Lands and Buildings. J&diot
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