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TH'E ' BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29,. 1912.
I GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Kuket Churned Up and
Down by Buyeri and Sellers.
CORN IS STIU HOUCTG STBONG
Lars ShlpplaB Sales at All Petals
Keep Cash Cera la Streak Feel,
tlaa U Beeerve Stark
Will Br ceded.
omaha. Mar a. mi
The hrat market la being churned up
and down by buyer and sellern on the
uncertainty of weather condition In
ewanaaa and Nebraska. Snort rua quickly
vm aoy signs of atrenKth and th market
break juat a quickly wnen long at
tempt tu take profit a. The action of the
inaraet deneoda entirely on earner con
unions wiucr have been favoring- the
tmying tide. fair weather la Mill hetng
lorecasteu over tn winter wneat aeti.
'I be corn market la atlll holding etrong
In spite ot trie heavy aelling on flattering
weather condition Large shipping aale
a an points keep eaah corn tn a atrong
pusitioti. there la no doubt but that ail
the reserve corn will be needed badly
betnre the 1x12 eroe baa been harvested.
vnealnrr continues fair and only ecat
teieu showers were reported over Kansas
and Nebraska. Wheat values were atroug
mi higher. Cash wheat waa c to fee
torn waa firmer today and values ad
vanced some on shorts covering. Receipts
air not Heavy enough to be burdensome,
cash coin sal unchanged to If lower.
Primary wheat receipts were ZK.)
bu. and shipments were 164,001 an,
lent year betn a Holiday.
rrimary corn receipts erere 343,400 bu.
and shipments were M.OUA' bu.; holiday
Clearance were lions bu. of corn, too
bu. of oats and wheal and Hour equal
to 44,3u bu.
Uverpool closed SOyld lower on wheat
and l',01nd lower on coin,
'the loikrwing cash sales were reported:
Wheat: No. 1 bard, t ears $1 us. No..
t hard. I car, lies. No. mixed. I car.
$1 .0 Cora: N 1 whit. 1 car, 7H.C No.
1 white. ears. Wee. No. 4 whits. I car.
Tie, No. I color, I car. 7tc No. 1 yellow.
J car, tie. No. yellow. II cars. HV;
cars. 74".c: I cars. lac. No. 4 vails". 1
cera. M'mc: I car. Tic:. 1 car, We; i car.
See. Na. i mixed. cars, 740. No.
mixed. 11 cars, 74e. No. mixed, I car,
7o; I ear. ile; I car. Tlfce; cars. 71c;
cars, ;oc; I cars, see; I (-era, fee am
card. 1 ear, 0c; 1 car. On: 1 ear, Mc.
ots; No. I white, I car, UVtc No.
waits, 1 car, Uc, 1 car. UVc
Omaha Caen re lees.
WHKAT No. I bard. C1 1; No. t
hard. IL?l.w); Na. 4 hard, II wl..
CORN-N. white, 7Vf;vv: No. 1
whits, 7o;V: No. white. Jttync; Na
I color. ;Vij:ic: No. t yellow, 7AiTsc;
Na. t yellow, 4r"4V: N. 4 yellow, 47it)
7J4e; No. t 7474tc; No. , 7tM74c;
No. 4 4ms 7lc; no trade. WtMtc
OATH-Ko. t white. USIJA-: standard,
!2Wwlc: No. I white, UWVBfttc; No. 4
BARLEY-Melting. Mct II; No. 1
feed, tie Tic: heavier than feed. 74Wc
RYENs. 2, teAJSte; No, , rffSSc
. Wheat Cora. Oats
Chicago 4 LB
Minneapolis .at ' '
Omaha .v. .
liulula U .
CHICAGO ORAM ASH FttOVIIIOSil
feateree af th Tradlag sal Claslaaj
Price aa Beard af Trada.
CHICAGO. May .-Increasing fear of
crop damage especially throughout the
western half of Kaaaas and Nebraska
mads the wheat market today develop a
,od deal of strength In the late trad
' ifter being weak aad lower ths first half
of ths session. There waa aa Irregular
finish varying from Use decline to lc ad
van. Corn at the does ranged from
IV off to S up: oata down to to He
and provisions dearer by a shade to MHc.
Might from the start bullish news cam
from Kansas and Nebraska. No change
occurred In th character of the dis
patches out of either state eicept that
the critical conditions received more and
mar empheals toward th end of the
day and wr reinforced by suggestions of
Injury, wider spread both to the north
aad south. Without rain la a fsw days,
experts agreed that the yield of western
Kansas and wasters Nebraska would
suffer kisses th eitent of which would
b measured In million of bushels, gari
sua mtrhief already from heaslan fly waa
reported by kanaaa City, hot wind In
Tesaa and Oklahoma wers said to be Im
pairing wheat not yet la th head and
on the other hand there were complaints
of eaoeeelve moisture In ths takotaa and
Most of the Influences that at limes
turned the wheal market to th bear side
cam from across th Atlantic. Large
world'a shipments and free offerings from
India and Argentina cut a figure in this
respect and so did the fact that ths de
crease In th world's available stock was
only about a tenth aa much as a year
ago. July fluctuated from ll.HVel ll,
with laat sales H M, a rlss of 4o net.
Liquidating salsa of a scattered sort
dispelling rumors of a squees caused a
break la the price of llay core. July
swung from TlSoieV. closing stsady
up at TV- Cash offerings aer larger.
Na I yellow, Troeove.
Soma of yesterday a largest buyers war
today selling out their holdings of oata
July ranged between KV and lie. with
the closing tte net lower at Wttrfenv.
Buying gave provisions a lift. The chief
gain waa ta pork and ribs, ItattUVkC.
Closing Brtcea of futures.
Article, Opea. Hlgb. Low. Clocajftat y.
Wheat I I I
May. 1 14 1 14)
Juiy.U lVi I li',1
Sen. i a',, i r
lHt 1 H
t a i at
4 41HI ets
Id IJV M I W 17W M rtel
1 13; 471 B. a w n
1 Hi ) ) ay f
FLdtH Firm; winter patents, U If
laV: wttner eualghta. KKmiw: spring
patenw. t).iS; spring atralghta, M
: bakers. Itlus.4l.
v.rrastiilng ly . Astral hta
i;vr.-No. & lie.
B Hl.tT-Kted ar mixing. MWc; fair
to choice malting. I1.I3DI.IS
SUM - Timothy, r r . clevar.
HRrjv 1,-lONS-Pork. mesa. HI iafll.e'i.
tard. la tierces. 1)4. el. Short ribs, sidea.
Total clearanre af wheat and flour
were equal to sk im bvrhela Primary re
ceipts were S4.4W buahela Btlmated re
ceipts for tomorrow: Wheat. 71 cars; com.
Si cars: oats Ml cars; hogs, a am bead.
WHEAT No. I red. I1UH4J1 U:
Na ! red. tl.ULU. Na. 2 hart.
Il.USwUrV No. I hard. n.llH
1.11; Na- I northern. SMsyiH: St
1 northern, D.M1 a. No. I northern. fi.u
1.17: No. i sprthg. Il.ui.11: No. I
eynng. il rfT. l. No. I spring. l ul U;
vciv.t enaff. Lr3l?Lli: Durum, ljijh
fRN-Nc, i itc: No. t white.
w-ic. Na. t yellow. ri ,(; Na. a, Tfre)
l.'ic; No. I white 79ic; No. I yellow.
t:mc; Na 4. nt4r;x-: No. 4 whit, id
:c: Na- 4 yellow. ;47SV.
JT8-Ne. I white. M,Uec; No. I
white. i4TViH: No. 4 wnlte. MfieHtc;
Rye, Na. I Mc Barley, 7rri B, gard.
tiiauthy, I7.kr4; clover, lit m.
t. l fKH icady; creameries. SidySsc
POi lVi RT-Alive, -arm; turkers. Ur:
KtjQS-Wsak: recetpta. r.M caeee; at
mark, raae inciuded. Ssi4ic; ardia
arr ffreis. 1V: ersta, He.
i."r!fctl-eea"l; -, ifuy,
- 1 .
twins, 16el4V: young America
lae; long boms. iiVrtlleVc.
POTATOES-Stro.-ig: receipts, old 3
cars, new ii cars; Wisconsin. tl.XMyl
Michigan and Minnesota. tl-3a4jl.l0; aew
potatoes, fists LSA
VEAL cHeauly. itlie
BW lOIK CttlllL MARKET
Ilaatatlaaa af the Day aa Yarleae
NBW YORK, May I7.-FIXUR-8teady;
spring patents. teiOtI.M; winter straights.
I.tbe)e.3e: winter patents. K etnvoltt. spring
clears. M.iM.; winter extras. No. 1.
I4.l4.9l; No. 1. M84.3: Kanaaa
straights. .loo.3. Buckwheat flour firm.
ivye tiour, easy; ralr to good, a.ovqe.iv,
choice to fancy, 15 1MM 44
CORNMEAI-i4teady: white and yellow,
I1.7MJ1 s; kiln dried,
BARLET Steady; malUng. 1 1441.3, c
I. f. Huffalo.
WHEAT-Spot market, firm; No. 1 red.
II. M4. c L f., domestic basis, to arrive;
eiport, ti tfii t a. b. afloat to arrive;
No. 1 northern duluth, II 2V f. o. b.,
afloat. Futures market: Crop news from
the southwest with higher outside mar
kets and a better cash demand war re
sponsible for an advance of egie in
wheat today, although the market finally
weakened on reporta nf rain In Omaha,
closing krV net higher. May closed,
linn: July. 11.14; September. I1.11H.
CORNr?pot market, ateady; export,
I4c f. o. e.. afloat. Futures market,
nominal. Receipts, l,GI bushels; ship
ments. Ml buahela.
HAT Quiet: prima, tl 40: No. I II. IS;
No. 1. II 4601.51: No. I. ll.Kei
HIDES Steady; Central America, Kc;
I.KATHER Firm; hemlock fir at s. io
Tlr; seronda, UQXc; thirds. 21$72c; re
ject a lie.
PROVI8ION-Pork. firm; mesa, I.j0
fr.n.lb: family, UO.Mazl 3; abort clears,
tSI.3S,6. Beef, steady; mess. Ill ml
IS SO: family. IU.0Oeis.Ird; beef hams. tW)
011 M. Cut meats, quiet: pickled belllea.
W to 14 pounds, !U.i:.l; pit k led hsms,
IIIbubU.M. IJird. firm; middle weal
prime, tld.iagl&lu: refined, easy; con
tinent, lll ; Houth America. I17 W; coin
pound, Wui 23.
TAJ.LOW steady; prime city, I'ec; spe
cial, IV: country. MtiV. .
POCLTRT IJve ateady; chickens,
broilers, X0Gc: western fowls, liBlic:
turkeys, 12c; dressed poultry strady;
chickens, broilers, mtfefe; western (uwis,
U)s4yl4hc; turkeys, 124J22C.
It. IVaala ties era I Market.
T. LOUIS, May .-WHBAT-Flrm.
track. No. I red, 1.1S4IJ0; No. I hard,
WCORN?-towsr; track. No. i, Ko; No. 1
OATS-Lowsr; track No. I, HHc; No. 1
Closing prices of futures:
WHfcAl-Higher: May, HUH; July,
tlOH; September. VO.
CORN-Hlgher; May, Kc; July. 7H,c,
OATs-Lowsr: May, MVc; July, Kc
FLOUR Dull; red winter patents, KX
04.71; extra fancy and atralgnt, tl.Iitja.);
bard winter clears, tt.7t4ei.la,
BRAN Weak: 1 .Ujrl.et.
HA V-Weak; timothy, ta.0Mi.; aral-
Ha maejiM al.
PROVIMIONS-Pork, uachanged; Job
bing, 114 M. Ird, unchanged; prim
team, ai swiew. ury sail meata. un
changed; boxed extra shorts. 110 40; clear
rina, lu; snort cieara, no. fa. tiaion,
unchaaged; boxed extra shorts. tll.Su;
clsar ribs, tll-60; short clears, 111. 71.
rVULTHi-sisaay chickens. i:c;
springs, iaXc; turkeys, 12c; ducks, lift
fee; geaas, sc.
BUTTkiR ouil; creamery, rTJc.
... Reoelnts. Rhinments.
Flour, bout , 7.0m turn
Wheat bu 4H.0W .w
Corn, Im ftoui
uatav hu..,i J Skdot
Kaaaas City Orala aad Preelaleas.
KANSAS CITT. May H. WHEAT-
Cash, steady; No. I hard. l.ll1.14; No.
I. 11.101,1.14; No. I red, ll.litfl.tl. No. t.
II. lJtjl It.
CORN Stsady: No. t mixed, Mr: No.
t, 7c, No. I white. Mo; No. I, lltrMHc.
OATS-Weak; No. I whits. sStjwin No.
I mixed, iluelc.
Closing prices of futures:
WHKAT-luly. n.OMpLOIUi: eeptsmbsr.
coKN-stay. 7s,o juiy. 7i7Hkc:'Seii
tember, 4SSr;; reoember, USo.
OATS July. Mite; Hept ember, 41VC41HC.
tlAy-WeaJt: choice timothy, M0
Uto: cholc prairie, M.eaH.
BCTTER-Creamery, Mc: firsts, He;
seconds, toe; packing slock, IMyimc.
fcOUS-Kxtrae, Mo; Ilrsts, 11c; seconds,
UK lie. . .
Wheat, bu...., , t2.ow Mono
Corn. bd. .a.o ' M.oou
Oall, ba t,0 1,0)0
Available Sappllea af Vrala.
NEW YORK. May a.-Sneclal cablea
and telegraph comraunlcallona received
by Bradaireet a snow I he followina
changes In avaltabl supplies compared
with tne previous accounts: wriest.
United Htatee, eaat of Rockies, decresaed
t.tsMJ bu.; United Stales, weal Rocklea,
decreased tol.lM ba. ; Canada decreased
aUum bu.; toisl I'nlted Sutes and Canada
decreased llfw.rta bu; afloat for and 'In
Surops Increased I.U0.MI bu.; tots) Amer
ican and Kuropean supplies decreased
47sM bu. Corn, Cnlted state and Canada,
asrreasea jss,ius au. tiats. united mate
and Canada, Increased Ul.Oug bu. Ths
leading decreases an J Increase reported
this week follow: Decree see Manitoba.
l.e. bu.; Louisville, nnorro bu.: Port
land, Ms.. m.0OS bu.: Dallas, U.OOt bu.
Increase Rochester, 7i,0M bu. .
4 Mlaaeaaella Crala MarVet.
MINNKAPOLI8, May IS WHEAT
May. II. UW. July, 1.13S91 US; Septem
ber. 1 4W,j . Cash; No. I hard.
tl.14: No. 1 northsrn tl.lMaael 1M4: No.
i northern, Il.l3ti91.im; No. I, U llUt
CORN No, J, yellow. 74SJ75C.. ,
OATS-Ne. a white, Gviisc.
RVK-No. t, Mc. ,
BRAN In Ml pound sacks, tahmmtu.
FLOl'R-Flrnt patenta. 6.ol.7t: serond
patents, ta.10ve.4S; first clears, 13.e094.le;
second clears, I2.lu04.lis.
I.lverveel Orala Market. .
LIVERPOOL. May .-WHIAT-DOt.
dull: No. I red western winter, laid: No.
I Manitoba, 7s lOSu. Futures weak; May,
1 ivi; Juiy, is ,a: uctober. 7s id-
t UKn spot Amsnoan mixed old. quiet.
la Uttd; American mixed, new kiln dried.
steady, sa lid. Futures, . weak; July.
is ld; September, la Id. ...
Mlleraakee Orala Market.
M1I.WAUKKB. May M.-'WHEAT-No.
I, northern. tllOOl.21: No. I. northern
tVIMr1.il: Ns. t. hsrd winter nl.lMrl.U:
July. n.llV,- September, II Hc.
CORN -No. I, yellow. 77S4S0e; Na. 1
white ssc; so. 1, nTc; July, 7ec;
BARLEY Malting. tl lOtjU.
PBOR1A. May Il-CORN-Market ta
Ic lower; No. t, ysilow, 7c; Ne. I yellow,
TSSffHc; No. t mixed, 74 Sc; sample, 443
OATS-Market. He lower; No. t while.
ky,b-o'c: standard. 36c: No. 1 white
MSc; No. 4 white, UH4yteC-
' STOCKS AMU BOHDS.. .
evlew at O aerations wa Btarh Ea
ekaaae Dartaaj the Day.
NEW YORK. May .-Midsummer dull
ness earn ever today'e stock market.
During the early sesstoa the volume of
business waa ef minor propoctkms and
utterly without meaning. With the ex
ception of Lehigh Valley aad Great
Northern preferred, ne atock of specu
laUv Importance varied aa much as a
point, and dealings In the specialties were
in keeping with the movement elsewhere.
Heading waa again under pressure. Bonds
A oae-poiat decline in InterneMnnni
Paper preferred waa the only notable
movement at the opening of th stock
aaarket. The movement etharwis waa Ir
regular. Moderate galas were recorded
by some of the more active tseuea. Includ
ing Steel. Reading. Union Pacific and
The Hill Issues, eepectalry Great North
em preferred, were fairly active and
strong hi the first hour, aa also were
Lehigh Valley. Harvester and- Rubber.
Texas company aad Amertcaa Tobacee
were heavy. Dealings were at a minimum
,wv marsei cioasa steady, staay of
Jhe ordinary active tradera tefl the flout
before the session ended jutd the final
dealings wer: even mom uninteresting
than Is usually the -ase on a dull dsy.
Number of sales and leadr.ig quotations
today were as follows:
Milt HUB. U. Clue
Ajselsaaa Ceseer ...
Awerttaa Arneeltaral. .
AnerKstt !att jjusar
Aa It-aa C. A F
lnk.1 cofoe Ofl
Amman H. 1- pts..
Amerlrae Ire eemritlei. .
AaMrtcaa lcanMtlve ...
ABMticaa S. A H. pM...
AwerlRaa 8 A R
Americas ate, I K4ra
AmenVaa Sugar BaClalag
Awarteaa T .led Tel....
ABMrican Teeacce pt4..
Aaerlcaa W ootea
Atlantic I'eest Uss ....
UeilisiefS A Okie
sh law ltit, leave
as US z
sis lotia mis lw
.... ' lw
7s lx lets 11
uroetira RasIS Traaslt. I.SH l Mlt rt
1.4W IMw Wt SUta
Central Leather ef4
Ceatrel ef New Junmf..
Caeeeeeaae a Okie
Cblcase A Allea
cat. Great West
CSL Unet West. enl..
Ckl. a N. W
CM., sill. A at. P
a. c c. st. L....
Cole. Fuel 4 Ires
Celeraee a geetsera..'..
Dal. Ha4aM tax. 4I,.
O AK. O
D. a O. M
Krle let I4
krle 14 I4
Uaeeral Klectrie ........
74S 1 131 US
Lite a,, lsH lrata
m im ait
1J 41 4114
Me .lull lull ui
M lllw in 111
ureal Merthere ef4..
i.jue jms um :
Ureal Nertbera Ore ctls.. ns w 41 41
llllaeti raetral i" , 11. i UH
wtenureaea -Met. l.H Ilw
lalerbunusli'Met. pN.... l.i
is 111 lis
laiemaileaal Manse ...
muraauona! Faaer SI . Ukj
laivraaiioai reaip........ ..... . ..... .....
loea Caatral , '
K- C. South, ra M 2114 US
K. c. Seetlwra pl4 It He
UeleSe Uea zea m lei
Lramllla a Kaakvlll.. We- lit
Ulaa. a at. Louta ,
. at. K A I. Sta. M
a) . K. A T
si., K. A T. pi
SH MS MS MS
IM HS Hi ml
, .) HS lie
He Ml a 1IS w
Sea us us us
N. Hr. et at. M P4...
Ntw Torn central
N O A W..
Norton A Wealem
North, Paclllo ,
rooer. a Uae
pitta., 0., It. L..
rem 1 Steal Csr . .....
Puiibms ralace Car...,
. im ins in ns
. 1.MS 1US 11S l"S
. I.HS IMS 114 I24S
.. ret u . ws . is
.. l.aa 11s 171 lllw
104 IKS ll "S
IM USS IMS MS
i u ns ns
.' m a) . MS
. .... "S
Railway Steel gsrln.
Mobubile steel pM....,
Hark UUnS 00
heek Ulio C. pM...
t. U A S. f. M pM.
It. L I. W
M. L I. W. pM
Iloaa-lhamell a I.
loetbera rarlhe .......
luelbere lullway pf4..
. M ns ms ins m
.1 1 71
404 ms ms ms
44 sis as s
m u 4is 4s
Ttass A Pec Ilia
tel., as, L.A W
Tot.. 14. 1 A W., aM.
lalea Pot 1 110
I aloe ISclfle PIS
I 01104 lutas Healty...
Delta lutes Ruber .
InlteS Stales Ileal,...
Hailed lutes Meal I4.
aeetora tlalea .........
'he,llaf A lake Ctls..
Uhlgh Valley ..,
Cbise Ceppor ..........
Kay reaoll4ete4 ......
Anvarioae Tabaaos .,..
koaboant Alt LIB.....
T.xe ms "s is
444 ms s n
t v v v
1,404 44 S 41 44
1I.J40 14 WS "
l,te US 41S sis
K us US US
IM US M
i see iti" iii's ms
4M ' S
US 14 US S
7ts ns ns . 144
, TO S 14 S
leabeanl Air Line atd
1,144 Uw H US
Total asles (or the 4a j, 141, MS skins.
Near Verk Money Market.
NEW YORK. May 71. MON ET On
call, stsady; 2Str2'e per cent; ruling rate.
IS Per cent; closing bid, Z per cent; of
fered at ill per cent. Tims loans, sasy;
sixty days, t ner cent; ninety days, ago1
per eent;"4lx months, IS44 per oent,
-PRIMS) MBHUANTIL1S PAPERrllf
per cent, . . -
STURLISO XXCHANOIS-steady, with
actual business In bankers' bills at M-MOO
(or sixty-day bills and at RUTH for de
mand. Commercial bills, M.sll.
dlLVER Mexican dollars, 4ac
BO NDH Government, steady! railroad,
Irregular. -i. - . . . ,
Closing quotatlooa on bonds today wers
D. S rel. SB, ig...lSISlBtar. M. IL 'St . MS
So eenpea lie 'Japes 4s US
V. A U teg....... .IKS ee Sa US
4a eeepee I41SK. C A 1st H.. II S
V. I. 4a. rag 114 U I. lab 4a (lull us
4a eenpea 1HU A N. as. .. fes
Allle-Ckal. lot Is... tissl . til s a . ns
Aa Aa le II1S see. 4Ss ....
A. T. A T. sr. 4S.1I4 Mo. Pnollw 4a.... Tl
Am. Ton. ta MSN. Y. con. sea. 1-41 tl
o u 1K1 Ma 00b ns
Armour a C. 4Sa. I1SN. H. St M 4SS 14
Auklsoa son.. 4a.... PI .. T. K. II. 4 II
ee etr. 4a W4S ov. M m
Me . U 141 N. w. 1st a 4s MS
A. C U 1st 41.. K aa or. 4a HI
I 0. 4s. WSNa. Psalm 4a 4
ee !, US ee Is US
ee A W. Iss.. II Or. I. L rtA U.. M
ar. Tr. sr. a.... MStan. ee. Iss tun nil
C. st o. U. IMS es ass. U lets
Use. Laathw ... U WSRaallai see. U... M
C. ef N. J. g le..lxSSt. L. A I P fg. 4a n
C 0. 4Ss 144S do ran U
So ref. U It. L I. W. a 4a.. It
C. A A. ISe II le let (old .... us
v. . a a u It. St.. Mseoabeanl A. L. ., MS
4e sea. 4a M So. rweUla eei. Illi
C M A I r t ISe MS. 4e er. 4a. US
C . k 1 a r. a. 4a 4K, ee lot rot 4a...... M
4 rfs u M ea. R. u in k
t ole Ia4. U S es sas. 4S Tl
Oala MM. 4S 'I I'etos PaallM 4s ....14114
C A I. r. A a IS, KS se ov. 4s ISIS
Dal. A N. ev. a.. US so lit A ref. 4a.. IT
D. A R a. 4a M 0. I. Rubber U ... IMS
so tel. U USD. A Heel M U....I41S
I. lull:. -a la ; vaer. is. Is.... Ms
grle sr. Ilea 4a.... k'SWabaah let ta H4S
ee see 4s :S ee ut A a. 4s.. us
So a. 4s per. A.. It west. M4. 4a . lee,
ee mr. ,1 ewast. M. ee. Is.. M
One Rioc. er. a..!SSle-Can. U Ms
111. .eCa. cv. U ... H Ho. Paattto or. la.. M
III pea. rr le,'... M fSsaaa M Ilia
1st Hat ISo .... MS
rewdttlea at Treasary.
WASH I NOTON, May -At the beam-
lung of business today th condition of
th Cnlted States treasury was: Work
ing balance In treasury offlcea. Bg.7tB.ri9r,.
banks and Philippine treasury. UL-
11.441. Total balance In general fund,
U3.4M.MS. Ordinary recelma veaterdav.
Pie tit. Ordinary dlsburatmenta awn.
Deficit to date this fiscal year. U OOAL
aa against a surplus of ROsVOM at thta
time test year.
time laat year. These figures exclude
Panama canal and public dept transac
tions. Sew Yark atlalaar ataeka. :
NEW TOBK. May TA-Closlne auota.
tleea ea raining stocks:
Alke 111't.lttla Chief 1
Con Tunnel steal.... a) Maltese .., a
e boaee tlOaterui .
ton. SI 4k aV Uophlr
tree stlnr lustaaetrl 4
LooItiiio One. atl.lMe Jsekst
l.eadea Stark Market.
IX)NDON. May -Amencen securities
opened quiet and about unchanged today,
leading waa light during the first hour
and prices moved Irregularly. At noon the
market waa quiet with valuea reusing
fro U above to below yaterday'a New
1 or a c toeing. .
weak Oea rtn an.
OMAHA. May M -Bank clearings for
today were tt.tTI.lM.4a.
NEW TORN, Mar St. -standard copper,
firm, spot IKiOalnJu: Mav. tlb4ii...
June. UI.3oiA.iO: July. tlAMWIn.G'w;
Auguet. Sie-3Lli.So: SeMember. lit
414.w:S- Indoa market, aeay; spot 71
U a d; futures, tli Urn Id. Custom bourn
returns show exports of IT. 97 Ions so far
this month, lake copper. Iln.;ji:;;
etectrolytle. tll.tasdrlt.7e: casting. .
CIAjR. Tin firm, spot l5; Mi..
aevauerei.a: June. eveejMr.z; July, ue.o,
4Ho.k: Auaaet. ttCSOli 41.01: Sentember.
fMeU 3e. Salea. tone of spot at 147;
ten tons spot at t47.es: five tons spot at
t47.7H: It tone epot at U7.M: five tone
spot at M7.i:s: 71 tons. July at iA j;
71 tons. .August at Ui.rs. London, market
teady; anot 714 pds; Puturee iXK. Lead
firm, M 17iM.l New Terk: and t4.Hnp-s.nl
bant c Louis, ttalea le.eet pounds spot
st 14 liondon It p h (d Spelter firm.
tti.prje7.ad. New York: and tw.uiw.eie
r-aat Kt. Loulj. sales 5n.9 pounds.
August. Ksst St. Louis delivery at. SS.eo,
eoc.tMi pounas. August at a.w. ijonuon
2a 17 a 4d. Iron, Cleveland warrants 1
a in London- Locally iron waa stead
No. I foundry northern. tl.5u.7j; N
. I1.21IS0: No. 1. southern and No.
1. southern soft. tli.sOfJ'lS.Te. Anumony,
quiet; Looksons. pej.
OMAHA tVEItllAL MARKET.
BTJTTEJl Na L 1-lh. cartons, tic; Ne.
I la -lb. tubs. Uc; Na z. c; packing.
CHEESB-Imnerted Swiss, tv- Amen
can Swiss, Mc: block Swiss, 34c; twins.
sue; dalalea, 10c; triplets, aer; young
Americas, j-t . oiue laoet ortck. ijc; um
berger. Mb. Sc: 1-lb. 33c
Pish (fresh fiosent Pickerel. Br- white
Uc; pike, Uc; trout, Uc; large crapptea,
LKlltc; Spanish mackerel, lie; eel. He;
haddocks, Uc; floundera, Uc; green cat-
lien, tec; roe snao, sue eacn; anad roe, per
pair. OS; salmon, Wc; halibut, aVic; yel-
uw iiercn. sc; ouiiaio, nc; bulineada lie
POL'LTRY Broilers, K OOtjO.O per do.;
springs, xejjbc; bona. USlec: cocka llo:
ducks. Wtjaic; geese. Uc; turkeys, mf&a;
pigeona, per doa.; tl.M. AUve: Hens. U
u-nyu, wo iwnioio, nc, OHI oucas, lull
icmtnerea, use; geeae, run leatbered, le.
turkeys. lLalic: Duleona. bar ani..
bcesera, per do., txao. sviuaus. No. L tLivi
No. 2. ouc.
Na 1 ribs. 30c? Na I rtbe. ia- vn ,
ritna. iwi no. 1 eaucas rkc Ha X ebia-ka
c; So. i chucks. Ic; No. 1 lot na. JlHc;
Na I loins. 17c; No. t loins, ltc; My, j
rounds, lSc; Na t rounds. Lie; Na I
rounds, use: No. 1 nlatea sc: Kn t
plates, Ttec; Na I plates, 7c.
ViXiEl ABLKs-tleeu, old crop, per rb
PaO. Cabbage. Wtsconsia, per lb., lie;
new California, per lb, 4c. Celery, Cal
ifornia Jumbo, per doa., 11.10; Florida, la
the rough, etvse doa., per case, ts.2. Cu
cumbers hot house, per box, 13 o gg
Plant, fancy Florida, per doa, H.M. Gar
lic, extra fancy, white, per , doa., lie.
Lettuce, extra fancy leaf, ner nn 4
oniona. California, white, boiling, per lb..
7c; Wisconsin, yellow Globe, per lb, le,
red Globe, per lb., ec; spaniel), per crate.
12. Ji. Parsley, fancy southern, per doa
vuuenee, ovwioc i-ersnips, taocy south
ern, per doa bunches, et7ac, rarsaipe.
per ID.. Potatoes, Minnesota Red
Kiver Early Ohio Used, per bu., 11 ie,
Minnesota nearly Hose aaed. par bu. tl.ts;
bllse Triumph seed, per btk, tl 40; Wla
co rutin whits sleek, per bu., li.o. Ruta
bagas. In sacks, per lb., lAc. Tomsluee.
Florida, per 4-bak., crate, ! 74; Cuban,
per f-bsk, carrier, (LMl Turnips, per lb,
" k klllTS, ETC.-Appleg; Extra fancy,
ben Davla par bbl.. Mi; Wlnesapa, par
bbl., ti: fancy Missouri Pippins, per boi.,
HS; Idaho Jonathan, extra fancy, per
box, tJ.40; Washington Spltaenberg, per
box. KM; Washington K. Beauty, per
box, t?.2s; Waahlngtoa sty man Wtneeape.
per box, 1360. Bananas: Fancy sslecL
per bunch, Utttyj.et); Jumbo, per hunch.
t2.7Mst.7l. Dates: Anchor brand, new.
91 1-lb., pkgs. in box. par box. li.,. Drom
edary brand, new, 1-lb. pkga In box,
per box. U. Klgs: California, per case
ef It No, U pkga.; Kc; per case of M Na
U pkgs., Hiv; per ease of M Na pkgs,,
12; bulk. In V end M-lb. bexss. per iu!
10c; new Turkish. 4-crown is tv-lb. boxes,
per lb., Uc; l-crown In el-lb. boxes, per
lb.. 10c: 4-crown la ID-lb. boxes, per lb.,
17a Grape fruit: Florida, X a lie. per
crate, 16, H Use, per crate. !o.6e; t44-s4
sixes, per crate, Ih.eO. Grapes: Malaga
In bbts., rfiM. Lemons: Limoneira
selected brand, extra fancy, tut-Jeti alses,
per box, M: Loma Limoneira, fancy, Ju
Ind alses, per box. MO-UI siass. Me
per box less: California lemona, eOO-Me
slaes, per box, 1404. SO. Orange: tl.
fornla Camellia brand, Navels, extia
fancy. K-Ut-liO-lTs-JlN-lll-nW slaes, per
box, las; extra choice, all 81 see, per buk.
13; Elephant brand, m-lM-174-tN-tM slaea.
per box. W.; 360-aa-tM slsss. per box,
-' st. Pineapples: 30-J4-24 sixes, per erate.
to. Strawberries: Louisiana, par case at
M pints. (1.10.
MISCELLANEOUS Almonds. tarra.
gone, per lb, Itttc; In sack Iota, lo leas.
Cocoanuu, per sack, MOu. Fllberta, per
lb., 14c; In sack lota. Is lees. Peanuts,
roasted, in sack lots, per lb., 7 he; roasted
less than sack lota, per lb., Ic; raw, per
lb., 4c. Pecans, I ergs, pay lb., 17c; la sack
lots. 10 less, wainuis, naw crop, im.
California, par lb., 7c; In sack lota Id
lesa Cider, new Nehawaka, per le gal.,
t bbl.. 13.01; per H-gsu., bbl., 16.60; New
York. Mott s, per lb-sel. H bbl.. 1350: per
10-gaL bbl., M-M. Honey, new, 24 f runes,
lift. Krout, per Is-gaL ksg, tt-TJ; per
J-S-eL keg, LB.
NEW YORK, May M.-COTTON-snot
closed oulst, 10 points h la her: nilddllne
upianas, itauo; miaanng suit. lec No
Cotton futures cloeed ateady. Closing
blda: May, II.O60; June, t0.nc; July, 11.04c:
August, ll.llr; September, 11 14o; Oc
tober, 11. He; November, II rc; December,
lL3tc; June-January, JJ. Mc; February,
lLUc; March, ll lsc.
Cef fee Market, 1
NEW YORK. May l.-COFTrn-R-ru.
turea closed firm at a net advance of
let It points. May. U.40c; June, il Uc;
July. 1144c: August. iu4c: seDtember.
U.44C: October, 1436c; November. 14.41c:
liecemher, 14 J7e; February, 1134c: March
and April. lt.Jc. spot corrss. quiet: Na
7 Rio, 10',f; No. 4 Rantoe. tc. Mild,
quiet; Cordova, 1401IHC.
Dry eaade Market, -
NEW YORK. Mav -DRY GOODs-
The Jobbing markets were mere active for
tne oay, retailers Buying,- more wash
goods, white gooda and domestics.
men's wear market sale are being made
of staple serges for spring, lilt. Tarns
rule steady, but quiet.
' tissr Market.
NEW TORK. May tt-SUOAR-Kaw,
firm: muscovado, at test, lite; centri
fugal. M test, IMc; molasses, M teat,
t-Stc; refined, steady.
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA. Msy tl. HAT Na 1. tll0
moo. No X 1)7.00911, 40: Na 1 mlndimg,
tll.0PM.l; No. L lowland, ll.0rll uu.
' ST. IX1'1S, . May a.-WOOU-Steady,
territory and western mediums, let) lie;
Una mediums, 1M17c; fine, Mtylbc.
Metal Market, "
ST. LOUIS. May X -METALS Lead.
Strong. RMrtHUV. Bpeiter: Strong, lb. 7
. Chlrage Live Sleek Market.
CHICAGO, May 28. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2.MI head: market, alow te eteevdv;
beeves, t4lqt.: Texaa steers. teVtetvahi;
wee tern steers. ttttJi7J0: stockers and
feeders. t4 4; cows and hallers. live
4500; calves, K XV44.7o.
HOGS-Receipt s. 14.009 head; market,
alow and generally steady: light, I
1M mixed. 7.1err.; heavy, n.tlerl.tc:
rough, r. lottf lt; pigs. HtoSe-t; bulk af
galea 17 4s7 H
SufcKP AND LAMBS-Receipt 14 4U9
head; market for good strong: ethers
weak: native, t3 756 36: western, MOvtf
140; yearUngs, li.JMJ7 SO: lambs, naUte.
K OOCrAOO; wastera, tiorl 10
Kanaaa city Live Stack Markret.
KANSAS OTTT. May 31. CATTLIO Re
eel pta. 1,001 head. Including 701 southorna;
market, steady; native steers. MB) .
southern stssrs, tt4ut.4l; southern cow a
and heifers,, 31t44.ja; native eews aad
helfere. tt.kqM.ll; stockers and feedere.
I4.7r71n; bulla, 14 TUrT 40: rsivea. f.vi
IA0: weetern steera, lo.i4T4.0S; western
HOGS Receipts. 13.001 head: market,
steady; bulk of sales. flli: heavy.
t7.wey7 4t: packers and eutciirr. 17 40tt
t.es: ngnts, fi xveji.w: pise. JtTo. .a.
ItHELP AND LAMbs Receipt 70M
head: market, steady; muttons, tasuu
4.00: lambs, tuonerl.io; range wethers and
yearlings, u sHiAsO: range ewes, aonit
i.2e; Texas (oata, t3.4Mtl.au.
SI. Laala Live Stock Market.
ST. LOCI8. May 2t- CATTLE- Re
ceipts, 8,000 head, including too Texans:
market steady: native beef tteere. a Bo
I.S; cows and heifera. t3.e0iyl.sl: stackers
and feedere, I3.7dei7.00; Texaa and Indian
ulcere, tft.3nei7.7e: cows and heifers. Xj
7.7I: ealvea In car load lota. I&eejr? Ja
rtvews rtecetpts, neaa: marmet.
steady: pigs and light, tV2ty7JI; mixed
and butchers, t7.4kfj7.7t; good heavy. t7.ei
SHEEP AND LAM W Receipts, M
head; market, Kejloc higher: estiva saut
tons. fe.a!S: lambs, oejel S.
Stock ta light.
Receipt of live stock at the five princi
pal western markets yesterday : - -
Cattle. Hnge. Sheen,
South Omaha X 7.S40 .:
St. Joaer-h !. 3.44
Kanaaa City e.m moos
St Louis 3.300 7.100 lest
Chicago 30.401 to IK 2MM
Totals B.MI It. 44.104
OMAHA LITE STOCK MARKET !
Csttle Are Genertlly Slow to Tea
HOGS FITE TO THS CERTS LOWHt
bee and Leash Iteeelpta Llaht,
with Pi leee Steady ta Itrwager
aad Trade Artlve All Said
SOUTH OMAHA. May ffi. Ull
Receipts were: Cat era nogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 3,714 a. 1 17 I
Estimate Tuesday .... 3.400 li,iot 2.ui
Two dais this week.. 7,U4 27.4H 10 M
Same days last week.. 7.S34 23.641 1.4
Same daya 2 weeks ago t.43 tO.JU 7,Mt
same days 4 weeks ago t,o7 31.761 11J4
same days last year.. 1,107 . HMOt I
The following table anows the receipts
ef cattle, hoga and eneep at nuuth Omaha
inr tne year to date, aa cemparea witn
last year: 111. U1L inc. Dec
Cattle T74.W1 ' 414. X4 4X401
HOU l.t2.7SJ LlLSZ7 4E.i; ...
Sheep 10a,04 46t ltl,a7 ...
The following table shows the range of
prices paio tor nogs at aoutn umana tor
tne last tew days, with comparisons:
Hit. IWlltMiaS.ilMt tllM.llluf.
T 4I4aJ s laijJtltiltlilMittl
T sj 1 141 1 t 1 in i Ui I a
T tPSi I Mi I t 24, I 111 I 1
1 4M,; I C I B 1 17 I 4 a
( VW s m I1 T I'J S 1 S S i
I 1 10! I 14i 7 141 4 141 I I n
Receipts and dlspcsttioQ of live stock
at the Union Stock Tarda. South Omaha.
Neb., for the twenty-four hours ending
at I o'clock:
Cattle. Hoars Sheep. H e's.
C. M. B. P. 11,.
Missouri Pacific 12 J -
Union Pacific 22 41 t J
C. A N. W. Kast.. 7 II
C. A. N. W., West., a 74 I
C. St- P. M. 4V O.... 28 II
C. I. I O... East.... IN....
C. B. Q Q . West ..41 Is .. 4
C.RU P.. East.. I
C. R. I. A. P.. West. I 1 ..
Illinois Central t M .. 1
C O. W... I II
Total receipts ...IM 271 10 1
Cattle. Hoga Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co 342 l.DOt 140
Swift 4V Co ta
Cudahy Packing Co.... 072
Armour a Co she
J. w. Murphy
Hill 4V Son
Huston at Co
J. B. Root Co
J. H. Bulla
L. F. Hues
Other i Buyers .......
Total I.K4 11.111 t3M
CATTLE There wss another liberal
run of cattle today, making the total tor
the two days this week 7.114 head. While
thl is a few hundred bead smaller than
for the same days last week. It la larger
than two weeks ago and larger than a
year ago ky 2,30 head. On account et
th liberal receipts and oesni loo encour
aging advices from the eaat, ths trade
as a whole waa vary alow and dull and
It waa well along toward midday before
enough cattle had changed hands to
really make a teat of th market.
Packets were very alow In getting
started and were In no hurry te fill their
orders for beef steers. Thus la spite Of
the fa that there were more toppy cat
tle oa sals than usual, th trad as a
whole was extremely dull and the mar
ket could hardly be quoted otherwise than
alow to 10c lower.
Cows and heifera of good quality com
manded about steady prices. One bunch
of very good dry lot cows sold aa high
as 17.71, being the top price for some little
time back. Common and medium grades
ot cows were a tow ta loo lower and bard
to move at that
Thar war very few stockers and feed
ra la th yards which waa fortunats
aa the demand -aa limited, weather con-
dltlona being such aa to discourage any
thing Ilka free buying oa th part of ths
country, m tendency ol tn market for
some aayi nas been stead y downward.
Stock heifers are sharply lower than they
were taat week.
Uuotauona oo rattle: flood to choice
- iImm 4 saiaM te- ewi anna w ,
steers, tcou&e ou; common te lair beer
sesers, M.wejr.ie; good lo choice heifera.
t4 7tj7.75; good tu choice cow. aV7b4M.ll:
fair te good cows, te.2b4fe.7i, common to
lair cows, u ouere a: good to choice stock
ers and feeder 11.7147.40; fair te good
stockers and feedere, 14 00c. 7a, common
to fair atocksrs and feeder U Ourie.40
stock cows and heifers. Ulnae. Ot; veal
calves, e40k4.60; bulla, (tags, etc., KM
BtM at Bavnev
ni 4 4
1444 t 44
1441 I M
1H4 4 4S
19M I M
1IM I 31
isn I u
1111 I 14
.......1W1 I 14
1144 I 4
Ml t II
im T B
1BU 1 44
1444 7 44
Mil I 44
,,...l!!4 I SI
, 111 t
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
, 444 i is ni tn
ns i ' u in t n
lis it st .. m la
, mi t a m th I M
714 T 41 ll 1MT I 41
...... 711 1 14
...... MS t M .... 1171 I 1
1114 44' M. ....1114 4 IS
..... pit I 44 4 U 4 M
..... H4 I 14 1 1414 I 44
..... m 4 is 4 list t aa
mi 4ts a im tn
lea I 44
en tn t m 4 n
M7 4 tl 4 M 11
Mt I 41 I IIS 4 M
Ill IS 1 Tat 144
Til I 11 U 144 1 M
114 4 44 I SH I
1S It 1 141S I is
,,..JSM 4 14 1 WS I 44
a is i. sm t si
14W 4 44 1 124 1 14
II I M 1 ISM t a)
I :.. MS 4T4 M 141 I 41 x
I.. ......... h4 4 14 4 m i is
I. MS I SI . I IS I S
1...... M 4 44 I. 114 I .
t 414 4 a 1 141 4 a
I mo I ta I..... U4 I a
I. II 7 et I IS II
I m is i us a
I Its t II - I 11 I S
t IM IS I Me I M
1 T I IS Ik
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
n u i m s a
I m lie
HOOS An unusually heavy run ef bog
placed buyers In control of the trade and
alt weights suffered very respectable de
cline The market opened at figures a
dime lower, but as soon a It became
apparent that packere' needs were liberal
prices allowed a tendency lo Improve.
Actual recovery did not amount te much,
however, and bulk of the crop had to
move at levels all ef ttkWe lower. Bearish
advicee from the east were at leant partly
responsible tor cheaper rest.
Receipts were estimated at very nearly
a 404 bead and offerings usually had
pretty decent quality and weight. The
demand, while broad, waa held la check
by euppiy'velumc efcvd movement from the
outset larked life. It required ail ef the
morning te snake a complete clearance,
shippers selecting a few loads here and
there, but taking only a anodes propor
tion of the receipts In the aggregate
Beat heavy hoga ea sale brought I! .42,
aa compared with yesterday's top af IMA
Bulk landed around C Kt a and baron
weights excuraed the lew esnread, selling
about Mr under good heaviea.
an. a re. ne , i a rv
u ta s ts
s sm a 1 a
a im a T a
s tti a ta
a at as t a
it as a ll
a Me sis
a ts s I a
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7t...i...IU ... t
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Know Omaha Better '
Uniaha's Public BuikliD(,s ami KIeeoioe) nary Institution.
Omaha'a public buildings and elee
mosynary Institutions represent gigantic
outlay In cash, yet they- furnish con
veniences and provide privileges lost
mean so much to any city aa a home
city. The greatest factor tn any city is
the opportunity provided for its citlsens
to enjoy .hose things that go to make
life worth while.
Aside from the educational facilities of
a dty. there ta no more Important factor
than that of its churches. That Omaha
ta a God respecting city la evidenced by
the number of churches that have been
built. In Omaha, there are ninety-nine
churches of all- creeds and denomlna-
tlona and of the 124.0K population, 40.911
Profeaa and practice some form of re
Ugien. Protestants of all denominations
predominate, there being 11.941. while the
number of ehurchea necesruary to aocom
modata them Is eighty-one. The Lath-
eran church has the greatest number of
profeaaora. there being i.k. They have
one leas church than the tlethnutet, who
have fourteen to house the XX follower
With fourteen churches, the Catholic
have W.0US communicants, while th
Hebrews, with four churches, claim 12,000
Church property In Omaha Is vslued at
e2.017.00O, as near as can be estimated.
Though the Episcopal churches number
but eight, their value is placed at II.Oou.OH
very nearly twice thai of any other de
nomination, save the Catholic wluwe
fourteen ehurchea are estimated to be
worth 1900.000. The Hebrew place a
valuation of 1100,000 on their church hold
ings. The number of churches, the mem- j
bershlp, as estimated, la glveu In the fol
".nomination. Memoers. unurcn. vsl.
It t 900.000
Congregational .... 1.2S4
Christian Science., S
.. 3. 3:1
Totals 40,941 C017.00O
Based on Omaha's population, the num
ber of Its cluxens who profess some form
of religion la one In three, an enviable
showing n comparison with other el Ilea.
In providing for her sick and for thone
of th community. It is that Omaha ex
eel Omaha ly. the beat hoepltaled city
in the west No elty approaches it In
this respect. Omaha ha ten modern and
perfectly appointed hospitals, located !n
various parts ot the city. These hospital!
have accommodations for 1.02 at on time
and laat year cared for ll.tlt Invalid
Th yearly expense to maintain these Is
1341.121, while the property value Is
U. 434,004. Omaha's hospitals are:
Pa- An'ual Prop.
No. tlents Ex- erty
Name. Bed 1911. pense. Value,
71 Mt ta t B
ui s I ,
.Ml ... 7 Si
IM ... 7 S
in ... t a
ii.....:oi ia i a
m at Mia
17 SM ... 1I7U,
M 1 S
41 tn MTU
a is i a
m a 1 a
M4 w is
u at ... i a
a 1 17
a Mi in in
ll ns in i
ta a i a
mi s i a
...HI MS 1 M
a T lit.
HS S I 17(,
. 711 ta 7 Ills
..! 7 S
..im t e
. ,M7 ta IS
..III II 14
ii ns sis
u im ia i a
47 IM M1
7i ua is t a
71 is Mia.
7i 4 ... i a
74 IM ... TM
7i tn ... t a
w iti ... ia
11 M4 ... IM
ii tn is i a
14 at a i nii
s ni ... tut,
71 Ill ... Itlth
a 7 a
a t ta
SHEEP-Aslds from a slight upward
tendency to Ismb price, general trade
In the sheep bam presented no features
that ware especial I y new er Interesting.
The market ruled fairly active and was
usually quoted steady to strong. Mod
ems suppllu. both here and elsewhere,
made aelling easy and the sesstoa was
short and satisfactory.
Offerings amounted to only sight mads,
mostly shorn lamb and quality en an
average was reasonably good. Best
shorn lambs on aale brought . with
less desirable grades bringing tt.2508.ls.
mere were no California BDrlneera
available, packers taking everything In
siam yesteroay before the market rloesd.
sneep sales were scarce owing to
meager offerings and trade In ewes and
wethers remained nominal. What few
sheep arrived sold in small bunches,
shorn ewes being quotable up to IS.7S. A
small, ragged supply of matured muttons
haa been a feature of marketing for
two er three months past and indicates
more then anything else, close and com
plete shipment from feed lot
There waa nothing doing In feeders for
the reason country demand haa practic
ally vanished. Packers bought th entire
supply yesterday, not even a single head
Beat sad d la
fifty rears. They are guaranteed
not to hurt s hone's back sod to
live th best of service.
AIFBFI) rORIVISH A fO.
(SiMeeowr. to Collin. Moi-riM, !
1310 Faraata StreeH thttaha, Krb.
Write for free caulogue. i
? ff?l . --iw. a a" :a!iw sess M 11
f 1 1 dfc' X' jTere Ve
S tl? X qwtaeie ssasetkees saellew leeor ssd abnrntr VLnTl VjnA
II rh, sad ... is . ge.ra.tee cJwSJLUwTleV f
IS MIX nwedicracl aerscees-the perity ef WegerValoSogrSall.
a 1 1 , gaarewteed by aa enderthe Pare Food Lew whileii, LZJL ll
2 I-raaleed b,r,t-e,t, veer. t WW
iiW RIEGER'S PURE OLD U
ll C0:0QRJUI WHISKEY J?
fTk'TK'iT ml I J?rv I " sa erderlor stleger-s I ur- ewl
ill I (liM IteaMgraBttest It for sevee. I VC PTCDay I
r I li3PJrn-J II seneetheesasadslltaeessea- I That fnrn.. I
I 'flrS'I eeeofaoaaeAey-ase I ln eUtpreSS- I
I J I enevtweed that It la the treat w Prteniwi See
Om. General.. Hs) 1.5W
it. Joseph ... 506 S.17
Methodist 10 S.f-4
Bethany ." 7W
Kceley Ins t... 30 775
Presbyterian... & 91-
Immanuel 45 171
Swedish Mls"n. 5 537
Wise Memori'l 72 l.W
Totals 1.03 11.918 ilw
Omaha has numerous charitable In
stitutions, which te the course of a year,
provide for nearly 40 000 unfortunates.
The Child's saving Institute standi out
,h. institution while the
! Creche and Old People's Home take care
of their quot These institutions have
homea of their own. Of those that do.
not. ti e Associated Charities Is the larg
est. It caring for 9,200 last year, aiding
them In times of want. The Child Savt
Ings Institute cared for 2 children last
year, the expense being tlS.000. Title or
ganisation owns property valued at I7S.006.
The Creche cared for 300, expending ei.Ste.
Its property is valued at 110,000. The Old
People's Home provided for twenty-five
at a cost of fl.000. Its property Is worth
tlt.000. The 8alvatlon Army Rescue -Home,
with a capacity of thirty, cared
for K. the expense being t6.00u . Tha
visiting Nurses' association spent $4,200
and the Associated Jewish Charities 17.000.
The Associated Charities expended tt.OttO.
ehile the City Mission apent 13.500. Its
property is valued at K0.080. The Union
Jospel Jllsslon extended aid to 27,740 per
jon The expenditures of thl organtxa
t'on are not avallst-le. The totals of these
Institutions are: Capacity, 3tS0; number
cared for last year, 27.7:4: annual en
pease. t&S.SOO, and property value, tl30,
000. The School for the Deal If located -in
Douglas county. Here 201 are In
structed, one-fourth the number being
rearisterrd from Douglas county.
Three organisations tn Omaha stand
out prominently In the educational cir
cles, they being the Toung Men's -Christian
association, the Toung Women'
Christian association and the public li
brary. The first located at Seventeenth and
Harney streets Is hoased In a commo
dious building, the property value being
1371,000. The organisation haa 2,100 mem
bers and Is operated under aa annual
expenditure of P15.000.
The Toung Woman's Christian associ
ation, located at Seventeenth and How
ard streets, hss 2,100 members, property
valued at I22S.0M, and ta maintained at a
coat of IM.OOO Annually.
The public library. Eighteenth and Har- -nry
street Is a model of Institutions of
It kind. The annual cost of maintaining
th Institution ta 131,000 while the build- ,
ing and property ta valued at 1300,000. The
library has 17.000 volume the circulation
amounting td 251,100. The number of card
holders Is lt,t00. aad the number ot pa
trons annually, 70,000. 7,M0 Is expended
yearly for new book
being purchased for feeding or thearing.
shorn sheep and lambs: Lamb good
to rholt't tB.2Mil.tiO: lambs, fair to good,
t7.75tti.2a; yrarllngn. 01(4.76; wethers,
tS TiUioO, ewes, to.ii86.7j.
No. Av. Pr.'
shorn lambs 71 IS
St Joseph Live Sleek Market.
St. JOSEPH Mo.. May 28 CATTI.K
Receipt. l.SW head; market steady:
steer t0.75tia.00: cows and heifer fi.Jt
44.ou: calve tt.tOot W.
HOGS-Recelpt 10 000 head: market
slow: top. t7 ei; bulk of sales. I7.334y7.ae.
BHCtP AND LAMBS Receipts. ts
head; market steady; lambs, t7.gvi7S.io.
Ky lo th Situation Bee Advortlllnf.
Example No. 48
Whsn w were selling Chicago,
Indianapolis A Louisville 1 Bond
due 1117, th price waa 10 and Inter
est They ar now quoted on ths
New York Stock Exchange at 12154,
aa advance sf Ht points.
Keaawhll ear sllaata have ism
solved a largo laoome, Willi psrfeet
We now offer, at a price te yislA
the First and Refunding Mort
gage Bonds of a railroad operating
In th name territory.
Circular With Map ea sVeqnest.
F. J. Lis man & Co.
Members ef Hew York aad Chicago
108 So. La SaJJe St,, Chicago '
hw YORK orro
ruil.AnKj.rur, u , n-n.., i
ww"nnn new i i rni I a
Coma, Hn nlowe.t'nl loea Banc kn.
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ella.a pels ss teas est eofneeae
sad laOaaaauiee srosiptir. Uaausa
sn sootlilna-esaaea s aterteala!
line ef tee klood tkraosk tsenatt.se
aluiae enure ia kelMlaa aew. ketltar
!?,V""1?"B4 "okl. Alex
Abl, ToMBsnon. lad, writes Hoe 14
1H4. -1 o aosst TOO resoMener bi teu
tin, two souls of yeer iassasill.ia
'eeesytoet. kr foot Is
Heals tats. Braises. Lnr.mc T'
ellanaiaiataoroliTerea. Snot 4 s rZ
I'l l, im r,.,io strsinMnoM
r.lOHEY to LOAN
I" lmP"T and rxnebes.
W haj good f,rm "rtgeg.
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