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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 4, 1913)
CITY l'llOl'tJIlTY Ifoil BALIS.
14,900-Full two-story and attic, with
living room, dining room, sun room and
Kitchen on first floor; four bed room
ana enclosed Bleeping porch on second
floor; oak floors throughout: well ar
ra.?5? ftna ,n excellent condition.
. $5,000-6018 Capitol Ave., very attractl va
J-rpom house, bungalow style, with largo
i ? room; flreplaco; beam celling; Oak
finish: tinted walla; handy to cor and
5,a-th and Davenport Sts., up-to-date
bungalow, with ona bed room on
first floor, with built-in disappearing
bed; s bed rooms on second floor; hot
water heat; oak finish And excellent ar
ra.l2$m1nti V but nicely finished.
$5,600-io04 Chicago St. 8 rooms, fully
modem, with 4 bed rooms and aleeplng
Porch second floon reception hall, living
room, dining room, kitchen and den first
floor; oak finish first floor; oak floora
throughout Must pell at once at this
$6,600-4813 Douglas St., nonresident
owner ha Jut Instructed, cutting prica
for this dandy home; 6 rooms, with large,
uYt15-roomi fireplace; hot water.
26.000-Stucco house, 5140 Burt St.;' ex
cellent 8-room, all modern home, with
Jiving roi.m arrangement! fireplace,
bookcases; narrow oak floor, with oak
finish; 4 nice bed rooms nnd large batlt
room nnd sleeping porch: hot water heat:
large attic nnd full basement: south
front lot 50x135, with excellent view: ce
ment driveway; $2,000 cash will handle Jt
Glover & Spain
819-20 City National Bank Bldg..
In west part of city; well built, 8-room
modern home; good furnace, gas and
eiec; tiled bath: small barn; fine shade
trees and shrubbery. This Is a bargain
dl Owner want) a cash offer. Bee
8304 Davenport St
Peters Trust Co,.
, 16M Farnam St, Doug. 891
(4,300 Worth $4,000. 8 rooms,, gas, sewer,
bath, electric light, full basement,
first class hot water heating plant,
largo lot, .65x167; east front lot,
plenty 61 shade, high and sightly
location. It can't be beat No. 2102
North 39th St. Will take lot In on
COTTAGE AND 8 BIO LOTS.
$2,000-5- nice, rooms, -having gas, water,
sewer and cistern. Electrla lights,
large barn and 3 big lots, 50x1(0
each. Might take a vacant lbt In
, trade, balance ton easy terms.
pAynb Investment company,
Doug. 1781. : Ware Block.
West Farnam Snap
Balance In monthly payments like rent
buys a swell 7-room, all modern homo
right In the heart ot the. West Farnam
district: corner lot paved streets, close
to car line nnd Columbian school: house
Is only 5 years old and looks like new;
It Is much better built than the average.
Price 83,860. Immedlato action necessary
to get this bargain.
The Byron Reed Co,
Tel. Douglas i97. . 212 S. 17th.
Bemis Park Home
2-st0ry square, fully modern. Paved
street! on Harney line. This will suit
your family. 4 rooms down, and 4 large,
airy, cool rooms and bath, above. $4,600;
$475 now, balance $ per month. Ready
to move In. Mlgh.t lease on long time.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nafl. Doug. 1715,
ivenings iu gar or u. om.
Fruit and Flowers
fONi Ruggles St. 6 dandy rooms, tfouth'
ftont. large lot 50x130. with 7 fine, large"
shade trees and 8-fine cherry arid plum
trees bearing fruit .right now;' nice lawn,
beautiful view, roso bushes; furnace, city
water and gas. House newly painted on
the outside, two coats, and ea6h.room
newly papered inside. Owner's, wife, la
bad health! must leave Omaha... This
little property M a "world beater.' and
you can buy It on, very easy terms; Go
out and look at It right away. Take the
Dodge or Ames avenue car. The uwner'
home all day July 4, and will be glad to
Show you through. Bargains like this
are mighty few.
Payne & Slater Co.,
618 Omaha" ttat BAMc Bldg.
HOUSE TO BE
6-room cottage,- all one floor; all mod
ern, Including furnace, at 2569, Harney, to
be moved oif the lot. Submit offers to
" ERNEST. SWEET.
1236 City National Bank Bids.
HOMES ON EASY
"We have new homes lfi good locations,
small first payment, balance . like rent
These homes aro built by day labor and
will suit the most exacting. Call Us up
and we will be glad to show you these
703 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Phones: Red 4721; Residence. Web. 483?.
JUST COMPLETED. KOUNTZB PLAOIS
6 large rooms and sleeping porch, tile
and enamel bath; oak finish, Full ce
mented basement. South front lot; 60x12s.
Street being paved. For price and term.
. RAEP BROS..
106 McCagUa Bldg. Doug. 16SS.
Dandy 7-room all modern house, with
large porch; lot 60x182; paved street; ex
cellent location; near boulevard and Chi
cago St Price $8,2S0; lots alone - sell
for 850 a front foot In this locality. ' We
want you to see this and make us an
810-12 Brandels Theater Bldg..
TO BUY, HELL. OR RENT, FIRST tiEK
JOHN M ROBBINB, 1802 FaRNAM ST.
Persistent Advertising Is the Jttoad to
PAUM Jt UAJlWII l.AMIM imtl SALU,
CALIFORNIA land excur. every Tues.
T mith on. lis r-ur Nat Rank.
320 ACRES for $.' to actus) settler
only. Must have your filing rights. Only
v 17 miles from main line Rock island. 13!
.nlt natt nt Danvtr. In rain ball wh.r.
Aiod eiops have been raised for $0 years.
Well nice level land, Han small sod home.
UallA Tracy, jumoau, nto.
ARE onntrl of a largo block of
.stone County, Montana farm land
prepared to oner same on o ose
tracts or uu to tu.vuu acre,
idence Invited. If Interested,
,bl.a ' V UUfLllHICIB Hilt Ug .v,TM .MC
iMlVmy-Vnahtr.Holton Co., 1302 Ply-
ygf. rvfig-. Minneapolis. Minn.
IA, Jit Wyoming.
PlTdtry, acc 1
took iivalrv aPWE BLUFFS, WYOMING,
xh Z if rTP pays-where 1.000 cars of
una wo "mppea out last season
Coo) reached tlverage the crop each year
,!,.,,'. unaer cultivation more
. ?ie land-where oats yield
w.Muvnv, -i per acre, wneat ju to -w
of Bulgarian pr&e land cultivates easily
Servians pftn.utinlf5"0 climate and ample
"V "? """"'"lose Who are here have
and seventeen off, refund your expenses
Uku today. ts are untrue. I own
Th newiinarvtfra , aoiL stored with the
ine newspapers h:nturies, which I offer
between the Bulgariias wr acre on terms
peen m rrogress at "1, '"
C. U Beatty. Pino
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Traders Are Induced to Buy
ing Side by Shipments.
CORN MARKET LOOMS UP STRONG
Offertqjra Aire Mht nhrt n Sharp Al
anoe tn Price of Yellow Cereal
la Paia by Pnrcbnsef rick
- ing Up OfferlnRs.
... . .u OMAHA, July i, 191J.
that prices are In a position for more or
less Inflation were pleased because of
received py one of the load
"; concerns in Chicago of the taking
:.Vu8,Ml fporn at the ssboatd for l.aw.OOj
bushe s of wheat. This piece t lrtfor
matlon caused many or thos who failed
ISi,!",?. Wheat earlier In the day to
n'.itl3t,!?r.u,0 the. buying side freely
?. i0..vil11 the market out of a hole. In
.changed frotn a Weak to
Z ir.nB position from dull to active,
iSSL. . was rather moderate
wome of those who are recognised on
tho bear side of wheat wired their rep
resentatlve at the seaboard, asking as
to big taking of vessel room there and
their answer was that a few of the more
daring speculators had taken on thU
veseeLroom In the hope that exporters
would Possibly need It In August Or
When the fact Is considered that there
were additional purchases ot 709.CO)
bushels of cash wheat from the country
by Chicago houses and that this wheat
Is to come forward as rapidly as it can
be threshed and loaded into thti cars
and that offerings' were urgent at the
close ot the day, overbalanced the vessel
room engaged .and Is ten to one more
bearish than the freight room charters
are bullish, when reviewed from an lm
Conditions and circumstances surround
ing tho wheat market at Chicago are
abnormal. Stocks at that point are down
to bedrock, but In view of the continued
large receipts at primary markets and
tho assurance that the new crop Is to
move freely aud early, the small sup
plies may be brushed asda as muoh
Cash wheat was unchanged to Uc
The com market was very strong yes
terday. Cables were higher ana this
Started the trade to buying. Offerings
were very light nnd a sharp advance was
easily scored. The cash article also main
tained a steady tone and offerings were
aulcklv nicked un. Weather conditions
continue Ideal, and, while there seems
to be a vory inonaiy toeung to corn,
ttaders believe that the advance yester
day was largely superficial and the sales
ot December corn on bulges will give re
munerative returns. Cash corn was Ho
to iio hlfther,
The oats market was strong yesterday.
as the offerings from the country are
very small, uasn oats were nonangea.
All sraln markets. Omaha Included, will
be closed Friday and Saturday, July 4
and 6, . .
Clearances; Wheat and tlour equal to
427,000 bushels, corn, S8.00Q bushels and
oata, 88,000 bushels.
Liverpool closed with wheat d
higher and corn d higher.
. Primary wheat receipts Were 672,000 bu.
and shipments of 811.000 bu.
Primary corn receipts were 877,000 bu.
and shipments Ot 434,000 bu.
Primary oats receipts were 669,000 bu.
and shipments of 634,000 bu.
A year ago today was a holiday.
Wheat. Corn, Oats,
Minneapolis .97 ,N
Duluth ;...,. ..114 ' ... i,..
Omaha 20 69 8
Kansas City 48 30 1
St Louis ., 83 26 .20
Winnipeg .810 .,,
The following cash sales were reported,
today; Wheat No. 2 hard winter! 1 car,
84Kc; 1 car. 8114c No. hard winter: 4
cars, Sic; ft cor. 83c. No. 4 hard winter:
1 car, 83 &c. No. 2 northern spring: 1 car,
85c. Corn No. 3 white: 6 .-cars. MVic. No.
4 whltoi- i car. 67?ic. No, 2 yel!6w: 4
cars, 68c. No. 8 yellow; 8. cars, 67Kc; 1
FARM A RANCH LANDS FOR SALS
SECOND BOTTOM FAEM
200, acxes second bottom land, fenced
'an& .cross-fenced; good, buildings, mostly
nuw; DO acres in crops, 70 acres tn pasture,
3S acres native grass meadow, 6 acres In
grove, garden and feed lot; rich black,
soil, no stone or gravel, only a tew acres
saf.dy, no overflow. All can be cultivated
If desired. Located 30 miles from Omaha.
m miles from railroad town. Prce, 810$
per acre; no trades.
J. H. DUMONT & SON,
Phone Doug. 690. 160S Farnam St, Omaha.
FARM TO RENT on a 4-year lease, U
acres; half farm land; halt alfalfa. Box
743. Genoa. Neb.
SCO ACRES at a bargain; 3120 per acre;
must sell to settle up estate; within two
miles of Archer, Merrick County. Ne
braska. An ideal stook, and grain farm;
fenced; black loam soli; running water;
eight room bouse; good barns and sheds:
100 acres used tor grain: 200 acres ussd
for .pasture; alfalfa, wild and tome hay.
An extra good grafted bearing orchard.
Address or see W. F. Ulrst Trustee, 1733
Blake Blv'd. Cedar Rapids. Iowa.
0 acres on Columbia Hvor. Wash.
Splendid improvements, complete equip
ment Finest bearing fruit, trees and
vineyard. Within ona mile of three
railroads; easy shipments to lour larg
titles. Suberb model modern fruit
farm; will, produce this fall M.00J boxes
firlse winning fruit Owntra have other
ncreaslng business lnlernu. Address,
8U Columbia building. Spokane, Wash'
REAIj estate loans.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha National. Douglas 2718.
LOANS On, farms and Improved city
rroDertv. E. S and 6 Dar cent: no nv.
31 H. Dumont & Co., 1603 Farnam St. '
WANTED City loans and warrants.
w. irarnam umitn oo.. jsaj Farnam st
8100 to tio.ooo made promptly. F D.
Wcad. Wead Bldg.. ltth and Farham.
0 810-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
, CITY loans wanted. Loans for build
ing purposes. i
W. H. T1IOMAS,
m State Bank Bldg.
MONEY on hand at lowest rates tor
leans on Nebraska farms and amah
city property in any amounts.
123 City National Rank Bide, .
MONEY to loan on Omaha homes, No
delay. J. H- Mlthen Co., Inc.. 911 City
Nattnnat Bank Rldr. Douglas lhs.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros.
HARRISON A MORTON. 916 Om. Nat
WANTED TO UY.
Dolgoff 2d-hand store pays highest prices
for furniture, clothes, shoes. Web. 1607.
BEST prices for furniture. Call D. 7801
I. Sail every Saturday to and from
NEW YORK LONDONDERRY
Ocean passage 7H days. Mtklern rates,
For book ot tours, rates, etc., apply to
Dep. Agts.. 34 W. Randolph St.. Chicago,
Ult, ANX hfUUAU AUC.NT, .
LIVE STOCK MARIQST OP VEST.
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Bave
rnents receive prompt and careful atten
Live Stook ComraliiloB Merchant.
BYERS BROS, & CO.. Strong', rellabls.
CLIFTOH Com. Co.. 223 Exchange Bldg.
MARTIN BROS & CO-, Exchange Bldg, j
car. SHa No. 4 yeltowi 1 car, S7c No. 3
mixed: 1 car. 67c: 1 car, BiMc No. i
mixed: t cars. 67Hc; 1 car, 57Uc No
gradei 1 car, D6c Oats No. 8 white: 3
cars, S9c: H car, 39oi No. , white, 2
cars, SSHc Rye No. 4i l car, 84c
4 Omaha Cash Prices Wheat; No. 2
hard, 4tt(StC; No. 8 hard. MQSlc; No.
3 sprlijg, MHyMci No. 4 spring, "iSlo;
No. 2 durum, SlMfiS3Ua; No. 3 durum,
MVMJSHic. Corn: No. i white. BHWHo:
No. 3 white, WVic: No. 4 white, 67(fS7Hci
No. t yellow. 68ci No. 3 yellow. WHBnKc;
No. 4 yellow, 6oVi87e; No. 3. 67Hti67Mc;
No. 8, 67ViC7Vio; No. 4, 80C6o: no
grade, W?35c. Oats: No. 2 white, 39;tf
40c; standard, 334c: No. 3 white, &H
Uo: No. 4 white. SSUnSSVc. UnlUv:
"Musoc; No. 1 teed. 42ftSc. Rye; No. 1
WflWrtC; P.O. 3. 64j6C.
CHICAGO ailAIN AND PROVISIONS
Featnree t the Trndlnsr and CloslosT
Prices on Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO, July 3. Persistent rumors
that a large amount of export business
had been done gave the bulls control
ot the wheat market today, but the gain
largely disappeared when diligent inquiry
failed to Show that the stories had much
basis In. fact Latest prices were rela
tively weak, but Ho to Ho over last night.
Corn finished Ho off to. Ho up, oata a,
shade lower to ViWVic advance and pro
visions varying from 10c decline to a
gain ot Uttc
Heavy selling on the advance In the
wheat pit shook the confidence ot buy
ers, especially during the last halt hour.
Only 110,000 bu. could be confirmed as
actually having been sold here for ex
port and there was decided scepticism
about alleged foreign buying In Kansas
and New York. It was also brought out
that the weather practically everywhere
northwest had been showery and cool
and that there was nq new distress In
sight for the crop.
Corn scored a fair advance, because ot
predictions - of a lighter movement from
the Interior and on account of chinch bug
damage in Kansas and Illinois. Fine
weather, though, and a disposition to
curtail risks aver the holidays acted
later as an offset. Oats followed the gen
eral course of other grain, but kept In
side narrow limits, with trade light.
Holders of provisions took advantage ot
higher hog prices and realised profits In
a 'vigorous manner. Eventually most ot
the active options were under last night's
Open, I Hlsh.l Low. I Cloie.i Tes'y
S9U3K0 DOVt S9X 90 89ft'
MHtfo CO 63 H WHGOVWiH
flit! iilji i
21 15 21 16 21 00 21 05 21 07H
21 00 I 21 03 I 20 8TV4I 20 W 21 00
11 CO 11 CO 11 4S 11 45 11 CO
11 79 11 70 11 CO 11 60-62 II 65
II 72-76 U 75 11 5 11 67H U 70
11 95 11 96 ll 85 1 It 90 11 90
11 97H 12 03 11 82H 11 83 11 95
III 80 11 80 11 70 U72H 11 7S
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red.
93?96ci No. 8 red. WSito-. No. 3 hard, 914
GhXci No. 3 hard, Wft9H4o: No. 1 north
ern, 93K&95c; No. 2 northern, J2Q94c; No.
3 northern. 90B92c; No. 2 spring, 92T93e;
No. 3 spring, 9092c; No. 4 spring, 8490c;
velvet chaff. 9094c; rudum, 90393c.
Corn: No. 2. 6ttO3i4c; No, 2 white, oi
No. 2 yellow, tima&ci No. 8, tlUGtttfci
No. 3 white, ViG3c; No. 8 yellow, 62U
62C No. 4, K)Vi61o: Nq, 4 white, 61U)
Cic; No. 4 yellow, 69461o. Oats: No. t
white. 43Hc: No. 8 white, 4lH42P! No.
4, 370: No. 4 white,,. 4141Uc; standard.
42;e4Sc. Rye: No- 2, MM2c. Barley:
6256lc. Timothys 8J.7W4.78. Clover:
Nominal- Pork: 822.00. Lardt 811.45
U.47V4. RlbS! 8U.62U912.23.
BUTTER Weak ; creameries. 23Ho to
' EGG8 Unchanged: receipts, 10,143 cases:
extras. 22or firsts, 17018o.
CHEESE Lower; daisies, , 1414o:
twins. 14lHo: young Americas. 14U
long horns, "UiJWie..
rOTAWo iugner, reuvv,
springs, 24c; turkeyi
lower; fowls. 15o;
Cora and Wheat Hearloa Bwtletln.
United States Department ot Agricul
ture, weather bureau, for Omaha, Neb.,
tor the twenty-tour hours ending at
a. m.. 75th meridian time, Thursday, July
OMAHA DISTRICT STATIONS.
Station. High. Low, fall. Sky.
Ashland, Neb.. 93 71 ,00 Clear
Auburn 96 C7 , .00 Clear
Brqken Bow... 93 66 .00 Clear
Columbus 93 65 .00 Clear
Culbertson 93 68 .00 Clear
Fatrbury 95 61 .00 clear
Fairmont ...... 93 68 .00 Clear
Grand Island,, ss 78 .00 Pt Cloudy
Hartlpgton .... 92 GO .00 Raining
Hastings 94 67 .00 Pt. Cloudy
Holdrege ...... 95 70 ,00 Pt Cloudy
Lincoln 96 73 .00 Clear
North Platte.. 94 70 .CO Clear
Oakdale W 73 .00 Clear
Omaha 94 71 .00 Clear
Tekamah 93 63 .00 Clear
Valentine .... 96 62 .60 Pt Cloudy
Alto, la.,....,. 88 64 .00 Pt CloUdy
Carroll ......... 89 67 .00 Clear
Clarinda 94 66 .00 C U4r
Sibley 86 61 .00 CloUdy
Sioux City.,.. 90 72 .00 Cloudy
Minimum temperature for tweve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
. . . No. of Temd Rain-
District Station. High. tow. fall.
Columbus ,. 18 88 64 .00
Louisville 23 90 70 .60
Indianapolis .... 14 92 70 .20
Chicago , 24 90 ' fli 00
Bt Louis :!l9 2 ;w
Dea Moines 22 90 68 ,00
Mtnneapoii 51 to it .jS
Kansas City 28 92 70 00
Omaha. 17 94 63 .M
The heat wave continues unbroken lii
the corn and wheat region. Showers
were general within te )st twenty"
fOUr hOUrS In thn Mlnn..nll. jV-.',.
Good rain pecurred in the Louisville dls
trlct ind appreciate rains occurred at
; j. "" . n ins umana and
Indianapolis dlatHots. A fall of L60
inches occurred at Bowling Green, Ky.
. n A- WELSH,
local Forecaster Weather Burea-
,55?.5tir 0l n1 Provisions,
MfPSSWc; Septemb.'r; SttiSSW DVcembelr:
QATB No. Z white. 41SI41Ue: No
mixed, 8940q) September, 42c; Decem
BUTTER-Creamery, 26o; firsts. 25c;
seconds. 24o; packing, 20H6. '
EGGS Firsts, 17c; seconds, 2c.
,0yEliX.rnfr1'. WWa; roosters,
lOei ducks, lie; broilers, 22c
Wheat, bu , . .43,000 li 000
Corn. bu. 80.000 43 000
Oats, bu 7,000 7 000
SI. Lonls General Market.
ST. LOUIS. July 8. WHEAT No.
red. 7U68io: No. 2 hard. Jtsu.iiu.
July, 7e; September, J7Tic.
nnRH-Kii 9 1U. tin nihil. M..
July.'eiHc-- SeptefAber. Hc.
OATS-No. f. 40c! No. X white.
July, 40c; Heptember, 4V,ic
POULTRY Firm; chickens, 12c;
springs. 23c; turkeys, 16o; ducks, Ho:
BllTTER-Dull; creamery, Mc.
EGGS Weak; 126c.
FLOUR Dull: red winter patents. 34.65
4.80; extra fancy and straight 83.700
.iv; nara miner H'm
BRAN Quiet: sacked, east truck. 92
MAX oteauy; wmomy, u4.wu11.uo.
Flour, bbls , 6,000 8.000
Wheat, bu i7,poo 83,000
Corn, bu , 8I.000 15.000
Oats, bu 81.000 11,000
Llrerpool Grain Market,
LIVERPOOL. July 8. WHEAT SdoL
ateadv: No. 1 Manitoba. 7s 9d: No. 2. 7s
Cd; No. 3, 7s 3Ud. Futures, firm; July, 7s
Sfta; uctooer. m a, uecemoer, is ifta.
CORN Spot, steady; American mixed,
new kiln dried. 6s 6Hd; American mixed,
old, 6s; American mixed, old. via Gal
veston. 8s Id. Futures, strong; July La
Plata, 4s 9d; September LaPlata, 4s lVd.
July 8. WHEAT
. 2 hard. 7tti?)tiUV.. ti a "AJs5ff.7
, 2 mi 84fl7vre7'V5 ."a",v.?5
OMAHA, FRIDAY, JULY
HEW YORK STOGK MARKET
Affairs at StandstillInterest In
the Balkan War.
TRADE ENTIRELY PERFUNCTORY
None of Prominent Speculative
Stocks Motpm Un or Uoivn bjj 8,o
Much na n Point United
States Bonds Decline. "
NEW YORK, July 8,-Atfalrs were at
a standstill today in the slock market.
The principal thrme was the outbreak
ot hostilities among the Balkan nations
and the consequent depression of Euro
pan changes. Ending ot the war be
tween Turkey nnd the Balkan allies and
the successful conclusion ot the midyear
settlements had given promise ot a grad
ual Improvement In the financial situa
tion. Fear was expressed today, how
ever, that the renewal ot war would
upset these calculations by prolonging
the period ot strain and delaying tho
return to the usual channels of Europe's
hoarded mlllons of gold.
The Immediate eitect on this market
was a small downward movement In
sympathy with the foreign exchanges.
London sold soma Southern Pacific nnd
Canadian Pacltlo and probably would
have unloaded stocks here on a larger
scale, but for the thinness of the mar
kct. Traders we"ro Inclined to follow the
course of tho foreign markets. At home
there were no developments on which
to base speculative movements and the
new crista In the Balkans was utilised
as a bear argument. Trading, however,
wes entirely perfunctory. The volume ot
business fell to tho lowest ot the year
and while the drift vaS downward, the
movement was so slight as to be almost
Imperceptible. None of the prominent
speculative stocks moved up or down
as much at a point. There was no out
side Interest and professional traders
were unwllltnf to mako extensive com
mitments on the ova of the holiday.
United flutes t per cent bonds de.
cllned again today, the bid price falling
H mqre to 99. No large transactions In
government bonds were reported, but
ft was evident that the refunding pro
visions ot the new ourrency bill, nad
caused some banks to readjust their
Bonus "were irregujar. Total sales, par
value. $1,11,000, .
United States bonds declined from H
to 1 point on call on tho week.
Number of sales and lending quotations
ot stocks today were' . ,,..
DUOS. XI1KO. WW. ."
AmrTm Airleulturst.. 190 47 47
American Beet Sugar.
Amulets Can , M
American Cn pli.....J 400
American C. & F .
American Cotton Oil 100
American ice Pecurlttei 900
lm.H,.n Tvamotlva . . loo
American 8. A H ,. J.W 6U4,
lenaalAStt El JaV T riM.. ...... ...
American Suitr Uatlnlng JM 10JW IMH 10tH
Amerlcen Tel. ft Tel 1?7H
American Tobacce ",too 211 . JH
Anaconda Mining Co,
M lIH tt
vx i.h m
100 T 17
109 lit lit
Atlactlo Coaet Line....
Dtlttmora & Ohio
Deimeoem . etrei . ..... ;
Sropklrn 7lrid Tranilt 10o 7U V& tl
Detblebem A etrei
tanaaian raciiiu ....... ,,w ij3.
Central Leather 'i)f
Cneaapeeke & Ohio.... 1,100 lK li Wi
cnicago great weiiern. i.tuj i iiv
Chi.. Mil. ft St. r...
too lot tt iq:h io
Chi. M W...
Colorado Fuel ft Iron
Delaware & Hudiom.
I0O lit IIS
104 INK 1H l
100 10 10 IK
Denver & nto Qrande., ....
n A. tl n ttM
w ... w. V ' u
Dlttlllen Seourttlts ..... 11 U
Brie M H 24 lK
Erie let pfd 700 teVa M
Kris 14 ptd... . HU
central Blectrlo .- vn mvi 1I7J4 117
umi iNonnern pia
Or eat Northers Or cttl
aw mvt lure I"
400 ill urn in
100 15 is 14H
Mo ttK etu
International Marine p!d
K. C. Southern
1,000 iiih H
Loulirllla ft K'aihTllla. ...
M. Bt. P. & 8. Ste. M. COO 1MU 1JJ
uiaaouri, k. a t......
Mltaourl Pacltle .......
n: nr ot u. a pra..
Ntw York Central,,.,,
N. T O. A W
Norfolk A yetrn ....
North American ......
Pacltlo Mall ,.,
ioo un nu
tOO MM 30 Vi
(00 111 111
100 UU 48ft
iOO itk tiv, tlH.
.... ..,. ..... it
1.000 ni ioth ioik
r.... ..... ml
Moot Ilia, Itm inn
loo 'ill ill mil
Pitta., C, U, ft Bt. U ..... ..... ..... to
riltaburjti Coal 1M UU ItH Ui
i'reaQ oieoi ur.n , ., 2
Pullman Palace car , niVt
Jttadlng .00 WL 1S7M HlS
4WPUUIIB i, m p.. ......
Illcpubllo I. ft 8, p(d..
Itock laland Co
Heck Uland Co. pfi..
St. U & S. r. 14 ptd.
Beaboard Air Una.....
Bbord Air tin pfd..
Rloai-Bhefneld 8, A I..
Southern pacltlo ;
Boulhcrn Itallwajr pld.,
too 'lIH UU
IM ItS S
rein a racido
Vnlon Pacific nfd.
. . . . ,. ....
Vnlted Slate. Site).... li.too MU tlU lju
ts2s B"1 " .ss J5J. m m
unura maiea icuntMP. mvi ai ,
tco li slu
(00 1 i
" ioo 'ti"
100 H(i (I
Wbeallng ft Ijike ErU
ToU lalea fpr the dr, JOO.tOO iharea.
Kerr Vojrlc Sinner Mnrket.
NEW TOttK, July 3. MONBY On call,
steady, 1U2 per Centi ruling rate, 2 per
Cent! Closing bid. 1U rr rnnl. nffV.Hr.V
J Per cent. Time loons, easier:, sixty days,
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPBR-Jt r,.r
cent r '
BTERuNO EXCHANOEJ Strong, with
actual business In bankers' bills at 14.8310
for sixty-day bills and at ll.KL.tnr a..
mand. Commercial bills, 14.82.
SILVER Bar, 68Wc; Mexican dollars
BONDB-aovemment, weak; railroad,
The. closing quotations on bonds were
V. fi. ret. ta res It Japan 4U IM
tti. IB coupon,... it -tt v. s. r. ta It
U. 8. 11 rg.. ... 101V4U I. deb. 4a (III!), tl
3i coupon ltlVtU ft K. un. it ts
U. 8. 4. reg HI M , IC ft T. lit 4e. MVi
do U. coupon. . . .Ill tide gen. to
Panama la, coupon 101 Mo. Pae, 4a tt
Al. Chal. 1st. ctti 4tVi d0' conr, ti...... to
lAm. Agrt. .... tntN. R, ot M. 4Ut. tTU
A. T. ft T. or. IS.. tlli'N V. C. g. IHi.. II
'Amer. Tobacco 111 tdo deb. im tt
Armour ft Co, 4V4S,.. ttN. T., W II. & II.
Atcblaon ten. Is.'.. MVi "cr. tUi 7tH
d or. la 1S0... M tur. ft V. lit c 4tt
do cr, ( tl d r 4. ....... .tenvi
A. C. U tit l..a tTNortbem Peelfle 4s S144
d. a o. ta nH do i, ei3
do IHi to Or. S, U rfdg, 4a. UU
Br. Tr. cr. 4 7 raf. cr. IKa (1111) itfi
C. of Ga. fi lot do con. 4e... tU
Central Leather tl. MVi needing gen. la.... tti
C ft O. 4Us HVt. U ft H. K. t.'lstt
do con. 4He .... "IH do gen. la It
a A. IVtl tl 8. I 8. W. eon. 4 ttVi
C. II. & Q. ). 4a.. HHS. A. U adj. till
do gen. it tit8o. I"clfl col. 4a UU
C M ft 8 P cr, 4HM01K do ar. la UK
C, B. I. A P. t. it ti d4 lit rr. li.... tVt
do rfg. 4 ttKBo. rtr. li loi C
O A 9 r ft 4Vii ll do gen. tm 71 3
Del. & Hud. cr. lilt Union Pacltlo 4i.... ItVi
D. ft R. O. r. ta. II do tr. la tOtL
Dlitlltera ts MVi do do lit A r. 4a.. tlti
Erie . 4a...,.,... ItVtU. 8. Rubber li.... 100H
fdo gen. 4e...... tt V- 8. 8t.fl 2d li.... MU
do cr. li nr. D,. tlHWab. 1st A e. 4i.. II
I. C lit ref. 4s... tt Wratarn Md, 4s..., Ti
Int..Met. IMS ..TtVtWeat. Elec. cr, ts tt
int. Mcr. M. 4Vi.. t Wll. Can. it U
London SlociU Market.
LONDON, Jluy 1 American securities
were quiet and featureless during the
early trading today, At noon the market
was dull with prices ranging from Vi
above to H below yesterday's New
Consols, inoner 'HHllIloola Central 1HS
do account 7! 11.11 t., K, ft T 11H
Aml- Coppr MVIN. V. Central 100
Atcblaon : tlVaPesnarlranla HVi
Canadian Patlflo.. tlUttscdlsc. II
Cblc.jo ft O. W ... " Boutttrn PaWfle. ... tt
St. Taul lOMIUulon Paclfle ift
Denrer ft nis O ... UViO. 8. St.el K
Erla 21 Wabath 2i
do lit pfd 40 Rand Mines lii
Orand Trunk 11 DeUaera tiu
SILVER Bar, 2li4 per ounce.
MONBT-za3 per cent,
lite rata ot discount in tho open market
for short bills Is 4U per cent; for three
months' bills, 4V4U4 6-18 per cent.
Jlnstnn Sllntnir Stocks.
BOSTON, July J.-Clotrig quotation
on mining stocks:
Allauei U Mohaek
Am. I. Opper ll4KVrada Con Uk
A. Z. 1a ft 8 lit. KtplnlOs Mint! .. Ml
Aril. Com HNorth Dntt 1H
D. ft C. C. ft. B. M. II North U' lVt
Cal. ft Aril HVWId Dominion; 4
Cel. ft Hacla 4t Oictola tl
Ornlcanlal It Qulncr M
Ctopper Itange .... IIHShinnon 7
Kiel .Butte U M... II Superior ., MVI
rranklln I Superior ft D, M.. t
Olroui Con lKTamerack tH
Oranbr Con U V. 8. 8. It. A M. SSU.
Qmne CSnatiea .... iV, do pfd 4tH
lilo lloi.lle (Cop.). It Utah, Cen
Kerr Lak iVtVtah Coppar im
I. ik Copper I Winona , IVt
Legale Corpir .... IVIWoiurln .......... 4IVI
Mllml Copprr II
WASIlINaTON, July 8.-The condition
of the United States treasury at the be
ginning of business today was! Free bal
ance In treasury and banks, tUS.m.lSS!
in, Philippine treasury and. unavailable,
l2tfiojflj net of general furfd, HO,l7.7Mi
receipts yesterday, a,K,4t9i pay war
rants drawn, tifsi.t-M. The deficit this
fiscal year .Is $3,6St,487. as against a defi
cit of tl5,92 last year Tho figures for
receipts, disbursements and deficit ex
clude Panama canal and publlo transact
Imports una nxporls.
NEW YORK, July 8 -Imports of mf
chandlse and dry goods nt tho port ot
New York tor the week ending June ZS,
were valued at 118.906,9(8,
Imports of- specie for the port ot New
York for tho week ending today wers
8194,934 silver, and I2S8.931 gold. . .
exports ot spocle from the port ot New
York for the Week ending today, were
?702,7$1 silver, and 8100 gold
London Wont Market.
LONDON, July 1 The offerings at the
wool auction sales today amounted to
II, 842 bales. Oood wools were active
nnd firm, but Interiors were Irregular.
A fine assortment of greasy merinos was
sold, principally tar the home trade, the
best grade sbrlngtng is 8VdtJls Wid.
African purchases were limited,
Omaha QtsnnttAii sJAnicnx. 1
BUTTER No. 1, Mb. carton, SSot No.
1, 60-lb. tubs. J7Hoi No. t Be
riBH-Whlte. frtsh, ldi trout, fresh,
l2o ; large crapples, fresh, lso: Spanish
mackarel,-- ltd; eel, 170 1 haddock, Uo
flounders. 12o; shad roe, per pair. 40oi
salmon, fresh. 18c; halibut, fresh, 9d
buffalo, 9e;, bullheads, lie channel cat
fish, 18o: plks, 14o: plokerel, lie. ,
CHBBSii Imported Swiss, 8Jo; Amtrl
can Swiss, tea: block Swiss, 21a; twins,
18a: daisies, llo; triplets, 18c: Young
Americas, ltc; blue label brlok, 17Ho; llm.
burger, i-lb., 21a: Mb., 22o; New York
, POULTRY-Brollers, J3Co perlb.j hens,
18 Vic! cocks, ISVioi ducks, Jff20ci geese,
13o; turkeys, 2025c! pigeons, Per dos.,
81.20; rosters, lie; ducks, full feathered,
10a: geese, full feathered, Uc; squabs, No.
l, i.M: No. , toe.
BIBES" OtTTHlllhii. Mn 1. 11U! Hn. .
aoilti no. a, tic,
84ol No. 2. 8c: No. 1 7V4c
The following fruit ana vegetable prion
are reported by the Qiunsky Fruit tym
pany: FRUITS Hood river strawberries, per
24quart case, $3.60; California red msp
berrles, per xl-quart case, (4.00: California
Logan berries, per 24njuart case, 10Q;
California blackberries, per 24-quart vase,
$3.00; apricots, per 4-baskst crates, $1.75:
plums, per 4-baskqt crate, $2.00; peaches,
per box. $LW to 41.78! California black
or red cherries, per box. $2.00; California
cantaloupes, pony Crates, $1.80; California:
standard, per crate; $.; home grown
cherries, per 24-quart cast, $2.00; 'home
grown gooseberries, per 24-quart case,
$2.23. Oranges, SUnulst Valohuias, 124, M
alses, por box, $4.00; 11$, 176, W0, 2U,
280 sites, per box. $4.60; fancy Valencia,
126, 2S sizes, per box, 16.00; . Valencia.
ISO sites, per box, $4.89: Valenolaa 174, let,
218, sizes, per box, $4.90. Apyis. extra
lancy Uaqo. circle .brand, per bbl., $6.M)
extra fancy AVIntsap, per bbl., K-t
Evaporated cranberries, carton contain
lng. 28 packages, por carton, I2.TV,
Lemons, extra, fancy BunkliL Wta and
8U0s, per box, $3.00: extra choice red ball,
800s and 560, Per box, $8,80. ,
VHaBTAULKb Large new (Pqlotaes.:
per bu., $1,09; 6-bag lots on more,; per
bu.. 90o: ru
trai, per ou., iarj; rear, river
earlv Ohio, tier
crystal wax onions, per crate, $LD9; Texas
Bermuda, per orate, ,11.00. Fancy Texas
tomatoes,, per i-oasaet crate, imw, e
crato lots, 98o,
Beet cuts Prices; No. 1 1bs, 17c; No.
ribs, ISHo; No. 8 Hbs, Uc. No. 1 loins,
UVio! No, 2 loins,, 17o ; No. 3 loins, lsuc.
No. 1 chucks, lie; Nq. chucks, lOuot
No. S chucks, lOttC. ' No. 1 rounds, nvle)
No. 2 rounds, llo; No. S rounds, Uftc,
No. 1 plates, so. No. 3 plates, 7Vioj No, J
"MISCELLANEOUS Red new poUtots,
per hamper, $2.U California Jumbo
celery, per dot,, 8&00; cider Slott's. per
ktc. Uto: cider Nehawka, per keg. $113;
asparagus, per dos., Cyo; rhubarb, per
dor,, sqo; onions, per dos., 20c; new boets,
carrots, turnips, per dos., Wo; parsley, per
dot., 4uoi radish, per dot., ioo; headlcttuoo,
per dos., $1.W; homgrowh Icat lettuce,
per dot., 40c; green peppers, per liask.t
toe; waxvor green beans, par. hamper,
$4.00; hot house cucumbem, per dot,, $ico
2.00: cauliflower, per crate. $3.80; Venetian
garlic, par lb.. l2tio: 5'oxas new whbag,
per lb., Sot eggplanV por dot., i.80f2.0
horseradish,, i dot J titles In oase, fr
case, $1,99: dromedar pi and dates, pkg.,
$3.00; anchor 'broad dates, pick., $t!
vtalnuts No. 1 .tt ahell, por Jb.. jkk
medium pecans, pjr lb., iiw; pcans
jumbo, per lb.. iSc; giant pecans. Louis),
ana paper shell, por lb., 210: filberts, tt
lb lie; Drake aimonds, per lb., 15a; paper
shell, 18c: Braxlls. per lb., 10c; large
wasbedV per lb., ltct .black walnuts, par
lb., 2Ho: raw No. 1 peanuts, per lh., CKq;
jumbo peanuts, ptr lb., 8c; roast peanuts,
per lb . SftOf shell barlt blokory nuts, por
lb 4a; large hickory nuts,, per :b.( c;
white rice popcorn, per )b oi .he:krs.
pr 100 pkg. ca, 13.80: checkers, Mr M
pkg. case, tl.7fi; Lr-slte Berry ootes, qts
per WOO. $2.78.
Cotton aiarket. ,
NCT YORK. July S.-COTTON-8DOt.
closed qulot; middling uplands, 18.88c; mid
dling Bull, SBie. uuibb. c u-
turea closed steady. Closing bids. July,
12. die: August. 12.06c: HoDtember. 11.6001
October. ll.40c; November, lL83c; Decem
ber, ii.zsa; January, 11.21a; f eoruary,
U.880; March, 11.48o; May, 11.45c,
Cotton closed steady at a net decline
of 9 to 1 points. , ,
ST, LOUIS. July i.-COTTON-Quleti
middling, 13 6-180; sales, none; receipts,'
1,192 bates; shipments, 1,118 bales; stocks,
2U.285 bales. . , .
kBW ORLEANS J uy 8.-COTTON-Spot.
quiet; unchanged; middling, JHo;
aalefc. 118 bales,
I.IVBRPOOL. Julv 8. COTTON Soot.
steady; good business donei middling,
7.32o; good middling, 8,?8o: middling, 0.74a;
low huddling. 6.68c: good ordinary, lOJc;
ordinary, djic; saies, iv,wu Dsuca.
NEW YORK, Jnly 3. METALS-Cop-
per. nominal; sianno.ro, spot ana juiy.
$18.87V4 bid: August and September, $ttt7H
KT7Vi electrolytic, tit.Ybwia.iv: lake,
ill MWlS.25i casting. 8U.Wai4.87U. Lon
don, closed quiet; spot, 83 8s 9d: futures,
c4 izs oa. J.in, weun; tpau iw.wsj,iv;
July, $W.2fV3'l0.55; August and September,
240.2540.60; London, closed quleti spot,
188; futures, 163 6s. Lead, quiet; is.30
f6.2S; London. X19 9s. Spelter, quleti $8.80,
tfUi.SS; London, 20 7s 6d. Antimony, nom
inal; Cookson'a, $8.6S&76. Iron, quiet ant)
unchanged; Cleveland warrants In Lon
don. 68s 9d,
ST. LOUIB. July 8. M ETA L8 Lead,
steady, $l.aMff4.t5; spelter, steady, $5.16
NEW YORK. July S.-COFFEE-yu-tures
opened steady at a decline f 9
to 10 points In response to disappoint
ing European cables, a, little foreign
selling and scattering liquidation. There
was no particularly active or aggressive
demand, but realizing by recent sellers
for over the holidays, and reports of a
steady cost and freight market proved
sufficient to cause moderate rallies, with
the close steady at a nt loss of 2 to 8
points, July, 9.Wo; September, O.llo;
October. 9.48c; December, 9.s2o; January,
9.C7c; March. 9.79c: May. .3c.
BPOT Bteady; Rto 7s, 9H01 Santos Is,
ll4o; mild, quiet; Cordova, l$fil8V4c,
Kvaporiiteil Apple nnd Dried Walls
NEW YORK, July 8. EVAPORATED
DRIED FRUITS Prunes, quiet l apri
cots, firm; peaches, steady; raisins,
, Loins, no, i, io; no. x,
i(o: no. s, ioo. Chucks, No. 1, UVio; no.
2. iloj No, 8. lOc. Rounds, No. 1. lie:
NO. 3. 14V40! No. r llo. Plutrfa. No. 1.
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET-
Cattle Eeoelpti Very Light end tho
Prices Show Uttlo Change. ,
riOQS ACTIVE AND TEN HIOHEH
No Freeh Receipts of Old Sheep nndj
Feellnsr Stendr I-nmh nun Lib
eral ainil Vnlaes Thlrtr to
SOUTH, OMAHA, July 3. 1911
Receipts wre cattle. 3loas. aheap.
Off clal Monday... tm .oo 7,687
orricial Tuesday 2,291 13,050
Official Wednesday... 2,108 14.417
Estimate Thursday 160 10,800
Four days this Week:, 8.933 43.908
Same .days Inst week.-USlfi 47,878
Baifie da' 3 wks. ato.,S10 SS.2C0
fcamo a ays 3 wks. ago.11.374 2.7
nmo days 4 wks, bo.1J,CC9 89,004
ame daj-s last year.. 7,i 40,818
The follOWlnar t.hl. atrnwa Ina recclntS
of cattle, hots and sheep at South Omaha
llvo ttoelc market for the yiar to da to
as compared with last year.
1913. 1911. Inc. nf.
Cattle 487.02.1 421,717 4.659
HoiT X,60J,$7 1.BM.112 .... 374,240
Sheep 939,744 90O.8JI 29,853
The following tabb snows the range 0
prices fpr hogs at South Omaha tor the!
ian isw nays., with riomparisonsi
8 14 9 34
141 9 111
f t'l S OT
Receipts and disposition ot live stook at
the Union Stock Yards, CQUth . Omaha.
Neb., for twenty-tour hours ending at I
C, M. & St. P.,.,
Union Paelflo. ......... ..
C. ft N, VS., east.,,. ...it.. 1 ..
,C. & N, W., west S
C., St. P.. M. AO , a
C., u. & q., east..
C, B. & Q., West........... 21
C, R, I. A P., east
Cj, R. I. & V.f. west. 1,
Chicago Great Western.,. ..
Total receipts. 1 22
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris & Co....... us i.cio
swift and Company..... 63 3,178
CUdahy Packing Co 138 3,483
Armour A.Co 113 3,484
Bchwart & Co., .87
J. W. Murphy , 629
S. O. P. Co...... 14 (
Hill & Son 3 ,
P, B. Lewis...,..,...,.... i .....
RoienstocK Bros.......t 68
Other buyers u
Totals Ml 10,387 3,148
CATTLE Tomorrow being a holtday,
fresh receipts of cattle were naturally
very small ta that It seemed more like
a Saturday than a Thursday. In fact,
the market had a decidedly holiday as
pect All told only eighteen care were
reported lh, the most of them being beet
steers. Tor the most part the offerings
ohanged hands In good season In the
morning at prices that were steady with
yesterday. This was truo of all kinds.
Among tha beat steers thcrs were cattle
good enough to bring $8.40, which was the
high Price Of Uis day, Fpr the week t U
sato to quote killing cattle, cows, and
heifers, as well as beet steers, l0lSo
lower than last week's close.
Quotations on cattle Good to choice
beef steers, $4. 088. 60; fair to Jeood beef
steers, $7.sU8.M; common to (air beef
steers. J7.2MP7.80: good to choice heifers.
$1,007.00: good to choice oows. $4.09P7.Ut
fair to good. rd $s.40l,()O: common. to
fair., grades, H7Mi.i ood, to ohoici.
stock?r .aad 7e4ers, .W.76j filr ,tV
BEEP , STEERS.
He. Ay. ft. No. At. Ft.
,, C0 T M 21 2111 t 10
u ..iui I tt 14 .mt 1 u
to.! ....iiti 7 tl t int 1 to
u iotl TOO to ...not 114
1. .......... Tit I 04
BTEERB AND HEirfiRS:, .
2 ......lilt T 11. ,4 717 8 60.
II , 171 ... 8,0
7 ,.. 110 4 11
2 ,.., .1M9 4
1 ...!.. Il 4 Tl
1 r?0 4 Tl
its 1 to
4 till 12
1,., ....... ,1000
7 II ,
..1170 7 88
1. .,...... IHO K)
1 IMA a M
7..'...i'...mt 1 ot . , I
1 llO Tt 1 Sit f
I,.,., 240 t M 1..., 140 t ta
HOOS-Another liberal run showed up
this morning, but as other points reported
light receipts and higher levels and the
local demand was broad, values continued
to move upward. This morning's advance
amounted to fully 10a, There was a broad
killing demand and while the shipping In
quiry was considerably lighter, trade was
active at the advance ana everything had
been sold at an early hour. Hulk ot the
sales were made at $$.6ttS,?e, with tha
lOng Strong at $8.70. A fair share of the
supply was made up pt good lights, hut
shippers did not want, anything bad
enough to pay a top, and the best price
reported was 88.78.
Fr6m a seller's standpoint the market
has been in very good condition all week.
Supplies have, as a rule, been heavy, but
the demand has shown a good deal of lm.
provement and prices havo ruled stronger
all the way through. Shipping orders fell
off some today, but this is to be expected
before a holiday and does not Indicate
any real weakness in the demand.
Receipts today included sbme 166 cars,
or 10,600 head, bringing the total for the
four days up to 43.903, This Is nearly 4,000
smaller than last week, but owing to the
fact that Thursday of the corresponding
week last year was a holiday, the supply
shows an. Increase of 3,600 head as com'
psred with a yoar ako.
Kb At. 8b. Pt.
No. At. Bh.
el. Ill to to
H til 10
II til to
.lit 110 I to
...111 no 1 tt
lid ' I TO
200 t 70
.107 SO I tt
.111 110 I tt
tl ll It
ti ltd 11 iu
10 ui to 1 M
II Ill ... tt
U.......U! to tat
II 171 to t II
11 til 100 I tt
II., ,..,,158 110 I 10
ltO 10 I TO
tot 120 1 TO
.171 ... 170
.tit 140 I TO
.lit 120 t TO
.at to 1 70
tt m ... mu
ti tit ... I I7U
41 tot to
tet tio sto
If 221 100
10 t 40
19 I TO
10 S TO
.,. I TO
... 8 Ta
40 I TO
IM I TO
... I TO
1T0 I TO
.141 ... t I7U
Ti...,. .tn to 1 nti
W 170 IM I tTH
M lit ... t I7U
tt. ...... lit
SI. M..'., 270
Tt tit 219
tO I 70
n. ...... ito rto s to
ti.. ...... in ... 176
U. ...... tot IM t 70
tl,.u...Ut 10 I TO
71..... ..Ill 240 170
..?.., .lit 140 i7
71 Ill IN ITS
4 lit 110 ITt
II.......JII ... 170
17 Ill 120 I TIM
11 110 10 I Tiu
Tt US 110 I TIM
Tl IU 10 I TJH
! 2S4 4 71H
n 110 ito 1 H
76,. .....lit no t 7IM
Tt! tli ... 71U
Tl ItT ... ITl3
tt Ill 10 I72U
77 110 ... I 7JU
It tM 200 ITIH
Tl til 10 I TIM
Tl tU ... tTIVi
72 UI 80 8 7l
ti ..tet tie ito
it tst ito 1 TO
71 lit 400 I TO
40 t4 ... ITO
11 247 tO t TO
Tl til 140 I TO
II 202 ... ITO
Tt HI 120- I TO
71 213 10 ITO
M ill M I -70
II 244 110 1 70
It til 130 I TO
7 Ui U I 7S
Tl Jll 209 8 70
good stockers ana feeaers. ,je.7Ji; com.
jriorr ,to fair stockers and feeaers, &0Mi
t.iih stock cows and belters, $4.606.7f 1
Veal calves. $7.0039.601 bulls, stags, etc..
10 8 76'
te. t 70
11..... ..til 4 l7r
11,1.. .11 44 ITT-
M.:,..177il Oil 7
... t 70
lit ... if -6
..Ml ... IT0
.lit ... 170
s .00 . 11. .
SHEEPEvldenllv the otfAbar ndii
wanted lambs, Taa they were out early
and bought everything In eight on a
basis. ot SMtioo higher than yesterday It
was practically a lamb market as noth
ing else of consequence Was offered. The
number of lambs -on sale amounted to
some thirteen, cars, or around 3,300 head,
being about twice as many as last Tues
day and twb weeks ngo, and they wsro
all from the' Idaho range, on the cor
responding day , year ago there were
no receipts, as that day was a holiday.
The bullish features In the trade were
the comnamtlvelv llchf.' i-nna a.
pointa this morning andnhe small votumo
pi uuaineas on pacaing account on tho
local maVket -yesterday. The thirteen,
loads ot Idaho lnmbs were of good qual
ity .and I sodradlly at $7.08, as against a
top of $7.8 for a little natter than a deck
of natlvo lambs on Wednesday.
Liberal receipts have distinguished this
week's trade thus far. belntt.estlmated at
almost 18,400 head. Durlng-.the. same days
last week, only some 7,000 hjfitd were
yarded and two weeks ag6 10,oo head
tMP tn upply, Prices itook a con
siderable drop on Monday Ahd' Tuesday,
btlt with the tittle improvement yester
day and the sharp advance today most
ot the loss has been recovered, the rot
eral market being only about 10l5o lower
than the close of last wk. It might be
added that a long- String ot Idaho lambs
welBhlng around 66 pounds changed hands
at $7.78 last Friday,
Quotations on sheep and lambs'. Lambs. .
good to choice, W.767.88l lambs, fair to' W
il to choice, W.76C7.63: lambs, fair to,, W
d. $8.2600.76;. lambs, feeders, $S.aMt.; i
rilngs. ranbj $5.000.oo; yeeMlngs. T
lers. $4.254J4.75( wethers, range, 4.W ,
4.78: wethers, feeders. 83.2MM.7B: ewaa. f
range, $4.0004.60; ewes,, feeders. $2.76J9.6v.
290 Idaho lambs ... 67
1,783 Idaho lambs 6J -
67 cull lambs 61
1,8 Idaho lambs G3
CO cull Iambs 60
ClIIOAaO LIVE STOCK MARKET
$7.v0t8,10: stockers and feeders, $$,S07;90r
oows and heifers, $3.7CJ8.a5i calvefTW?
. Hpas-Receipts, la.O0 headf active. So!
JiRhtr: bulk of stass, 8oav.oo;
I'fSWvLWulW"! heavy ,
JSjjSeaoo; rougli, $s.450i5t pigs; $7.0Qt
head; rtatrong: natWe, HVl
yestern, ?learITngt7 Js6M!
lambs, native. $0.007.75; -western, 8.Sei
Kntisaui City Llm Stock Msurlrat.'
KANSAS CITY, July 4 OATTIJB! Ite
fIPts. TOO headt steady;' prime tad cteers,
$S.25.te; dressed, beef steers, $7.36g,9S;
western steers, $3.6098.03; southern steers,
$5.6008.70; COws and heifer. 84,S&K8.0j
stookers, and teeders, 86.7li8.r; ulls,
$J.T6C7.o5: calves, $ioodo.8a.
, 1IOQB Receipts. 45.000 headf Btrong:
bulk of sales. IS.B7Whs.T5! KeAvv. iSSfle
18L70; paokorj and butchsrs, .C7M3i74;
" ilHffOT,Ve7ptWV.t?tady to
;i?Snt! P1"' frfft2Ml yearlings. $4.76
J&76; wothara, $i,af&.00; ewes. $14.86.
St. Lonla ttve Slock Market.
, gF-PM J!)- &-CATTLI3-Heeelpts, 10 11
ktOWTiiOj stockers. an? feeSars.'WaWlJIj
cows 'and helfjera. ST.064JS-8B: bulls, f.r)4i
iiuXiiiveo wwiw.w , souinern . steers,
85.2MK.75: cows and heifers, H 3644. S4. ,.
HOOS-Recelpts, 8,080 headp sohMrheh
09e.9; ; 'miked and
sjooa weayy, ss.wtii
SHEEP AND LAMDS Receipts,
neaa; steaay: muttons, 4.oo4.25i yej
; japins, $7.J4J7.60,
t, ith"LlTe Stock Msis'ket.
'ST. JOSEPir, Mo., July 1-OATTLS-
SBt.- m hRJl 3rlct steady: staters.
f7oe5.75: oows and heifers, H4f&40
Calves, $S.609.09. ' '
HOOS-Recelpts, 6,100 head; market.
steady and strong; top, $3.76; bulk ot
SHB13P AND LAMBS Receipts. 10.089
head; market, I0fl6o higher! lambs,
Sioux City Lire Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. law July 3. CATTL70
Receipts, 600 head; market, steady)
native steers, $7,608.iO; cows and heifers,
$3.75j.60 canners, $J.60ffla.26.
IIOas-RecelpU; 8.009 head; market lOo
higher) heavy, i.4M?.4; mUtear $?SVs
0.5; ilghtB, 38.6SqS.78, I-.?
New York General Jbtavrkat.
NEW VORK, July J.-aUQAKVRaw,
firm; oentritugat, S.iho; muscovado, S.iSo;
Tnomsies, a.(oo, rniineu, urm,
EOOS Irregular! receipts. 17,199 cases nufr
fresh Mtheted extras. 22C24o: extra firsts '
sosmHcl seconds, ieS4tfl7lio; western. gath
ared whites, 30360,'
DUTTER-Steady; receipts, 9,962 tUfagf
creamery extras. 2737Uor firsts,
seconds, aC22V4ol Imitation oreamery,
24q; factory, ourrent make, first. S60;.
seconds, SOVifilVio; packing stock. UloJ
CHEESE BteRdy; receipts, r.634 boxes?
state whole milk, fresh white and pale
colored specials, 1314o; state whol
milk, fresh undergradeev 134j14o; sklma.
POULTRY live, firm; Western chick,
ens, 2Cc; fowls, 16c: turkeys, lo; dressed,
steady; fresh killed western chickens,
2201. fowls, 16W?rHoi turkeys. 189Uo.
Minneapolis arala Sfarket.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 8.-WIXEAT-.
July, 90uo; September. 93Ko; December,
95ttd5Vlo. Cash. No. 1 hard, 94o: NO- 1
northern. 92fy83Vio; No. 2 northern, Hi
091Ho; No, 2 hard, Montana, HfWio;
No. 3, 8H7f?9i4c.
DRANr-Unchancoa. ... . .
CORN-No. i yellow, SH6S4ov
OAT8-N0. 8 white, 80tt$5c, r
RYE No. , C668o.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. July S. DRV OOOD0-
Sales of men's wear-, serges for .spring;
1914, delivery, are being made,. At prices
10 per cent Aft the prico of a. year ago.
The openings are not gerteraU Italian
raw silk has Jumped 25 cents per pound,
following reports of a shortage in the
now crop. Cotton goods were steady
for the day, with print cloth buying
Mlltrankee Oraln Market. .
MILWAUKEE, Wis,, July 5. WHEAT
No. 1 northern. B2Hw95cj 1N0. 3 north-'
ern, 93miVio; No. . 2 hard, &0&9!qi July,.
0Wo; September! 90Hc;.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 624c: No. 8
wh(te. 63Uo: July, 6114c; September, tCHo,
UA iH l7SO.
RYIS-No. 1. 61a .
Peoria Market. .
PEORIA. 111.. July 8.-COnN-rNa r
yellow. H4oi No. yelow, lo.
OATS No. 2 .white. 41S4cj standard, -42c;
'aJaMaaiaasaWaaaa.iaaMasUaM, f -,1
Suits Stowing Out
of the Dewey Hotel
:.Fire Are, StEyrtp'd
Suits by relatives of two men who were
killed In the Dewey hbtel'f!ro"ahH'i -third,
suit by Frank Murray, who-escaped, but
alleges that he sustained serious Injuries,)
have been brought against Jbhr -D.
Orelghton lit district "court. The total,
damages asked' are $73,030. Alleged, in
adequate fire escapes ate made' the
grpunds' of the 'suits. ' " '
The administrator of the estate bt Rery
free liitlc'kard'. SoujtvOahaTjrahd lp
spector. who died In the Defray 'tjickt.!.
flra February S8. and who ls,eaisrteit;lo
have left an aged mother without, mean
of support',' asks- $50,000' damages. .
Relatives ot- Charles Karnlne, - also
known as Gumming, a.re'lntt tor W,,
Murray demands $18,000 dKmagar, &I1m(
rartom IniurlSs. : . .
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