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TOE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1013,
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET!
Continued Dry Weather Will Booit
Price of Yellow Cereal.
OUTCOME LARGELY SPECULATIVE
Cry 'or llnln U Heard from Kverr
hoeaV.tr AVhr drain U liaised
and Unless It Come llr-
Test Will ne Short.
LpcarKorscaster Weather Bureau.
omajia, Auk. 4. im.
Under present weatner cgrtsrtlons there
U only one, course left for corn and that
course la to a still higher ranee. As long
M the corn belt remain "dry" in the
weather reports, iust that, long will the
bull bo seen In power. .Under conditions
and clrournstances which now surround
tho corn market there is no telling as to
tho real outcome or the crop. as well as
the highest prloe at whlah corn Is to sell.
From tho best corn experts on the road,
as well as private advices from scattered
sections throughout the oountry where
corn is raised In lage and small quan
titles, there la but one ory and that cry Is
Never in the history of the Board of
Trade have conditions In the corn belt
been as unfavorable as at the moment,
mill there are sections of the country
where It Is claimed that a normal ariiount
of the. grain will bo raised. The north
western pr spring wheat states, Minne
sota and the two Dakotas will, it U said,
nave the largest crop of corn ever raised
by them, and It Is expected that this fact
w'" w moderate degree help to bal
ance the losses in other sections like
Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma and other
!!!:.. i whroJh1 '0Ma ar reported as
ensat onal. Cash corn was ig2c higher,
in iJ "'Jyrol'le wheat will be. fed to stock.
In localities where corn la not to be had.
favorln 15 "tUat,0n hft bea n
deml'n H.hf. ""Provemejot in the cash
hm XSi.VP rr!e ord movement
oom- .f,d A leas-t P-rtlal change to
hm0iJ5y,p, market, and the change
trA.bVn 0.1 the. b?tter- The YolVme of
small Ln. TL1"1 W 6een' comparatively
been FAlt T o"vty in corn has
cbhan.1oRtghC.rn WhWt '
thT,hnat!lln.,,w.turn" no co,fng in front
vanrii' oountr. together with the ad.
rinAV lK. cor,n martt- have been the prln,
hlghe? P aU- Caal1 oaU wefe H1
.PIm.ary whea' receipts were J.61B.0OO bu.
2? s&rS'EJ." ''S00 .u- WH receipts,
or 2.COOO0O bu. and shipments of l,278,r
bu. last year.
Prl,""y corn receipts were 699,000 bu
!?dhrlRTnU "J. bu" nTinat receipt
of 061,000 bu, and shipments of 209,000 bit
last year. -
Primary oata receipts were' 1,165,090 bu.
andJShi8ment" G000 bu-t against receipts
of 908.009 bu. and shipments of 209,000 bu.
, . Wheat, Corn. Oata.
Chicago 49i ioa m
.Minneapolis ... J:
ol. ijouib sua
Winnings ...... ins
The following, cash -Bales were reported:
WHEAT: No. 2 hard. J cara at S3V4ci i
cars at 83c; 5 cars at MWc; 6 cars at 82c;
No. 3 hard, X car at 82Ko: 3 oars at S3o.
cars at 8216c; S cara at 82o; 1 car at
80Uo; 1 car at SOc.
CORN-No. 2 whtle, 4 cara at 70 ;No.
II Hit.lt. n .. . l.. w a ... 1. 1. i
W mtt.c, tt .aia lib ICV lh 1 YVIllbV,
car at 71c; No. 2 yellow, 7 cars at 72o;
3 cars at 71c; No. 3 yellow, 4 cars as
7lHc; 3 cars at 71c; No, 4 yellow, 1 car
itw- t i. VT at . I . 1 .
St 71c: 1 car at 71Uc; 2 car a 7to; No.
mlxd, 2 cars at 71Hc; I can at 71c; 2
cars ai tVTtC ; .u. nuxeu, x car u tunui
OATS Standard, a cars at tyo: ,No. $
white, 6 cars at 4ic; 10 cars at i0c: No.
4 White. 1 car at tfttci car At.0Wo.i
rejected, 1 enr at SSo.
RYB-One cai- at Ma
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat:, No. : hard,
rri ii . . n t . art n . . V. j v.
' 8OSj0V.c. Corni No. 2 white. 7Vc No. 3
yhlte, 71c: No. t white, 71c: .No. yel-
TO471V.c; No. '4, 70o Oats: standard, 410
viw rnopwii'vv Kn have.
We Can Get You
On Your Money
'in. amounts 8500 to 81,000: six months to
flvo, years' time. Over (100,000 back of the
HASTINGS & HKYDEtf,
1614 Harnoy St.
FOR SALE Well Improved 6-aore tract,
.cast front. Keystone park. Ben. E83-W.
JUST completed, (.room, all modern
DungMow, siu urowne sc. i'nce .,uu.
(Phone owner. Web. 7493.
FRUIT, gardens and chlckenti. One
mile from Hanscom Park car. Nearly one
acre IDS on Vinton, 189 on 4th! 7-room
noueei rood stable: mortgage ll.zou.
Will trade for Rlear vacant ground.
Present owner took the place at 85,600,
t you to oner lor enuiiyr
you to offer for equity?
O'KEEFB 1U3AL ESTATE CO.,
101 Omaha National. Phono Douglas 2715.
TO BUY, SELL OU RENT. FIltBT BEM
IF PRICE WERE RIOIIT
would you buy a nice house7 Then It
will pay you to see us. We have an ex
ceptionally nica modern, nine-room nouse,
well located and In. first class condition
ttiai owner is extremely anxious to soil.
We would like to show It to you. McQee
Real Estate Co., 105 Pearl St., Council
BALANCE LIKE RENT.
New, modern 4-room house; 2 additional
can be finished at small expense on .sec
ond floor; full lot; In nice neighborhood.
Price only 82,000. Chance to get a nice
utile no me. iaii owner, tinrney u.
14,300, less commission; new. full 2-atory
house, well built, modern, close in: nice
inm alar. fin. fn. ..n.h.i.i Innt It rwia
At uM R. K7h Bt.
.PAIIBI A nA.NCJl LA.NUV I' Oil SALU
A SMALL FARM NEAR CO. .BLUFFS
We-are closing out on our small farms
both north and south of town on easy
payments at the price of 160 to. 8123 per
acre. Bargains In Improved or unim
proved tracts of t to 80 acres. .Anything
you wisn cneap. imy Sc. iiess, 123 Pear)
m., uouncu uiuiis, la.
FOR SALE One of the best alfalfa
farms in Buffalo county. Neb., two miles
from Shelton; good buildings, fenced and
cross fenced;' rural delivery and tele
phone; sultablo for hog ranch or gen
eral farming. Snap. For particulars- ad
dress A. D. UlcKinson, gnelton. Neb.
FOUND 320-acie Homestead in settled
neighborhood. Fine farm land, no said
mils. uot you 8176, ruing lees and aiL
J. a. Tracy. KimDau, Neb.
1C0-ACRE. lmDrovef. uiun county, aim
riflce. Owner is r'up against It" and will
sell under the hammer price. This land
lx priced at 82S per acre and carries an
Incumbrance of 11,700. .it produces good
crops regularly. Located near the county
seat. We have been authorized to otter
it at ?i& iter acre. Make us your offer,
aitui-KN & co omana. Neb.
LAUGH stock range, good for summer
and winter; for full Darticulars address
owner, ii. a. Ieacn. AVelli. Nevada.
WANTED TO BUY.
-Dolgoff Sd-hand store pays highest prices
WILL buy slightly used Ford If off trod
at bargain. Btate condition, price. D. aw.
lightly used high grade piano. W. - U
LIVE STOCK MAltlvlrf OF WEST,
dblu live stock to tiouih Omaha. av
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
uitriiu receive prompt and careful atua
Lle Stock Coiuuilulon Merchauts.
MARTIN BROS, h CO.. Exchange Bldg.
No. 3 white, tirtifitlc. No. 4 while.
0Hc. rejected, sic. Harley. Malting, M
Jeie; No. 1 feed, 941c. 11) e; No. 8, He.
ClUC.tfiO Gil A IN AU IMIOVISIO.VS
Prntnrca of th TrndlnR nl Closlnu
Prices on Ilonral of Trnur.
CHICAGO. Auir. 4. Corn buying took
such gigantic proportions today that the
market became daugfrou for holders,
Merely the mention of a sprinkle of rain
in lowa Drougni on a selling siampeae
that rattled down prices J cents a bushel,
more than wiping out all the gain lire-
lousiy maoe uuring me uny. inc cioe
was nervous at the same as Saturday
night to H cent up. Latest trading left
wheat at a net decline of -ftc to VMjHci
oats off UtPHa to He, and provisions
showing a break of 7 Vic to 6iV4o.
Accompanied by the moat excited trans
actions uf tho year corn Qllmbad early
as high as 71Vj cents, although last week
70 cents waa regarded by many as a
nearly luippaslble goal. The government
forecast of at least seven days more
dry weather was responsible (or the con-
linuea uavance mis morning,
. Leaders who have watched pit opera
tions declared tonltfht that a number of
tho largest holders had sold out on tu
day's bulge. The fact that no htt wave
s In sight led some of tbe mora conserv
ative owners to believe that the buying
and advance had been too feverish and
neavy prom taxing was unaer way wnen
news of the Iowa ahowera tujned a de
ollno Into a smash, Only the Knowledge
that two-thirds of the oorn Holds of the
United States were reported as showing
Irreparable damagea or as being over the
danger Uno saved, the market I rain, a, net
loss for the day.
In whert as in earn, there was a col
lapse of prices after midday. The break
In corn, had much to do with causing
general selling of wheat on the reaction,
but depression also cams from a huse
increase In the visible supply total. 4.MW.-
000 bushels being added as against 787.00Q
ousneis a year ago.
Oats awaved with other grain. Tho
lower finish was. attributed In part to the
tact mat eastern Buyers or casn oats ap
peared to have withdrawn from the
Unexpectedly heavy receipts of hogs
here and elsewhere knooked the bottom
out of the provision trade. Stop ' loss
orders were executed In Plenty.
Article! Open. I Hlghil LOW. Cloee.l fiat'y.
87H 87H 89H
9Uf H W 6SViH
6SV4 6SH 6SBH
44K 41H8M 44
47V4 47H 47H
20 23 20 37W 20 90
18 91H 18 97H 19 07V&
11 2oH 11 32-35 11 GO
11 85 U 40 11 CO
10 60 10 65" 10 72H
11 1Q 11 17H 11 C0
11 05 11 15 11 40 ,
10 03 10 05-07 10 17'
WHEAT No. 2 red. new. S7fc!i3Ha:
No. 3 red, new, 87R89o: No. 2 hard,, new,
S791c; No. 3 hard, 87SI00c; No, 1 northi
ern, iBftvici no. northern, siiaszoi
No. 3 northern. 8991o; No. 2 spring, 91
9JC! No. 3 spring. 89f41o: No. 4 spring,
S2fl8$o; Velvet chaff. 7Q91o; durum, 8
CORN No. 2. 70iCTlUc: No. 2 whltP. 7IU
mta: No. I yellow, 70imc: No. 3. C9
erio; No. 3 white, nlc; no.' s -veilowj
70871HPJ No. 4, OTOo: No. J white. C9V4
IlHio: ino. 4 yeuow, kwihc.
OAT8 No.2, new, 41?4c; No. 3 white.
old. .HCPKo; no 4 old, 83Hc; No. 4
white, new. 41i48Hc; No. 4 white, old,
standard, old. 43UN3Vc.
ltxia no. z now, waste.
BOT-TBR Firm; .creamery, 2326c
POTATOES Higher at COflBSo: receipts.
Etlus Unchancod: at mark, cases in-
dueled, 1517oj ordinary firsts, l5Vi?T1tt40l
firsts. 17Vt18o! receipts. 12,1)07 oases.
POULTRY Alive, loweri iens. Hoi
springs,' -no; turKeys, iOi -
NEtV YORK GENKKAL MAltKET
Qnutntinns of tho tiny on Varlonn
NEW YORK. Aug. 4.-FLOUR-8teadyi
spring patents, I.COS4.80: winter straights, '
t.iswt.su; new winter patents, M-wai-'";
spring clears. 84,O0(4.2Oi extra No. 1 win
ter, &sj.7a: extra no. i winter. aswip
3.D0; Kano straights, S4.15igN.25. '
red. 95of No. 1 northern Duluth. 99o;
futures closed Vio not higher to He lower;
aeptemucr, aa 7-ibq; tieccmoer. usc,
HOPS State, common to choice, 1913,
Isasoc; 1811., Wl5o; Paclfio. cpast. WU. 19
Slei 1911, 1618c.
HIDES llogota. central
Lun-opot marxet,, sieauyj export,
oath spot maruet. auiet; standard
white. 47045c; No. 2, 48Ho: No. 3. M
47Hc; No. 4, 46Wc: ordinary clipped
Wh to. 46Jii4o: fancy clipped wh te. 48
IIAY-Standard. HOirXc: No. 1. 31.02Hii
No. 2, S5S90c; No. 3, 63CT6c.
LEATHER Hemlock firsts. 2930qi
PROVISIONB-Mess norlf. 823.504124.00:
famllv. 224.50dT2tl.50: short clears. JM.7rrfi
22.50. Mess beef. 81S.OO2il9.0u: family. 320.00
22.00. Cut meats, pickled bellies, Id to 14
ids., n.:ooi7.w: picuied hams, 816.75. Lard,
mioaiewest, n.K3ru.iiO rettnea, easy;
continent. 312.10; South America, 318.85!
tallow city. ei4o; country, skstbhc:
BUTTER Steady : recelots. 7.I9A inh.-
creamery extras, JQHtj27oi proceis extras.
24St(Hc; imitation creamery, nrsts, 24a;
factory, Juno make, firsts, 23V4q; factory,
current make, firsts, 23c; packing stock,
No. 1, 2lUc.
CHEEoK Btcauy; receipts, 1.033 boxes;
ftate whole milk fresh, colored sneolals.
I41il4ic: skims, Suc. '
KOQS Steady: rece nts. 11.225 emit
fresh (fathered extras. 244iC7o: rofriirnr.
ator special marks, oharses paid, Sivto:
ncaroy nennery, wnites, ztroto; gatnered
whites. 21!i32c: western Gathered whites.
POULTRY-Uressod irrecular: fresh
Kineu western cnicKons. imtezic: iaw i.
HMWHo; turkeys, lseiflc.
St. Louis (ienernl MnrUrt.
ST. LOUIS. Auc. 4. WHEAT No. 2
red, S6V408S)lp: No. 2 hard, 8Utl92lic; Hep
CORN No. 2. 73fi73V5e: No. 2 white. 74M
ih., .-teuiemoer. uc: .nay, lam,
OATS-No. 2, 41H94Bio; No. 2 wh te,
42H430; September, 42c; May. 48c
FLOUR Strong: red winter natents.
34.2504.75; extha fancy and straight. 83.50
O 4.26; hard winter clears, J3.10Ga.65.
lilUK-tiacKea oast traon, iWju3c.
HAY Timothy, unchanged,
LARD Prime steam. 8iaS010.W.
IJRY HALT MEATS Mux extra shorts.
r 1 An T. 1 Vl M 1 T i. . uHnvl i.l.a.a 11 ! ' n
BAwn-uoxea- extra snorts, hcj clear
nos, 11c snori clears. hvc.
Flour bbl...i 14.0j0 12 000
Wheat bu 370,000 103,030
worn du la.uxi le.ux)
Oats bu 141,000 39,000
Sllunrapolls Urn III Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. .Aug. 4. WHEAT
no. l nara. hoc; no. l northern. S8fi89Vso;
no, a nortnern. SKittc: No. 2 hard.
Montana, 85Mc; No, 3, Sl'WJe; Septem
ber, e"7fto; Pecember, Wftc; May, 95
CORN-No. 3 yellow, 67070c.
OATS No. 3 white, 4O40V4c.
RVK No. 2. S&mWAc.
Kansas City Ornln nnd Provinlons
KANSAS CITT, Aug. 4.-WHEAT-No
2 hard. 8987c; No. t red, S4H985V4Q.
CORN No. 2 white. 78: No. 3. 7e77c.
OATS-No. 2 white, 44c; No. 2 mixed,
HAY-Cholce timothy. JH.eoaiC.00.
BUTTER-Creamery, He; firsts, S4V:;
seconds, 24c; packing. SOftC,
EGOS-Kirsts. iVriQltc: seconds, 12e
POULTRY Hens, 12o; roosters, Vc;
ducks, 10c, springs, HHc.
Key to tba Situation-Bee Advertising.
NEW YORK ST0GK MARKET
Course During Day Governed Largely
by Orop Conditions.
ADVANCES FOR CORN OPTIONS
Initial Trading In stocks Agnln
Lnoka t-'oreln Indaeno by Hm
son of London's Protracted
NHW.VOUK, Aug. 4.-Tho course of
today's listless stock market was gov
erned, to an unusual degree, by crop
conditions. Authoritative advlc.es re
ceived over Sunday pointed to little re
lief from the prolrar.ted drouth In the
west and southwost and found Immediate
reflection In smart advances for corn
More' thorough analysis- of the corn de
terioration, however, shows that It Is
greatest In states that hava large sup
piles of the cereal left over from last
In Its bearing upon tha general crop
situation It is interesting to notq ini
the movement or grain, from farms a,nd
interior points last week was on a veri
liberal scale, shipments comparing favor
ably with last year, Western trajflo as
a whole Js fairly oven, and "
that section are losa pessimistic, Mopuy
U IH active demand and merchanU are
borrowing heavily. , , i
Initial trading tn stocks hwa M
iniin.nn. hv reason of
Sn'iw 'n?trac id holiday. . Trading
issues showed a deollnlng tendency, ill
it,, final knur th market mado fdll r-
covery and In many Instances rose
point or more. Kxoept ons w'ero found
in the .MPre.. q?mp''V
lower on re-i" nm"" ....i ii
InterstaU Contmerce commission, and U
Mexican NatloAal railway soond pre
'iiWdi weakened on suspension Cf
dividends for tie first Prwrred.
fl Local money ' conditions:, were , sllghUy
Vfc7reS &' 4 Quotation.
..if,to Uit h
Im.rkin Deet 8uir.
AlUMlWUl OlB ....i.i.n
Amerlea Can p'Ol
Antlon O. U
Anterlcta Cotton Oil..-.
Am, Ice 8urUle
Aratflein UmptlY ...
Arawlon H. H...
Am. U. R. PW..,,
Am. Suttr ltitmtss
Ainerlcm T. A T
AmrlB T?.00- ,V!"
AiuconiU Mining Co,,--
AtUnllO Coast Lis
lultlmoro 4 Ohio
nroaklru Rpld Tr....w
Ounlr&l Utrtlw j
aaepelie & Ohio......
Ohltnio O, W,.
Chlcico, H. Bt. P....
CWWtO 4 N. Vv
ttlwuo Kul Iron...
IHmiir & Klo (lrnd,,--
Denrer & 11. a. pM
"ioo u 44
,jo autt :u
Krtt 1st Ptd
Brl 8J i....i...
Qrett NtittUorn pfa......
artst Northern Ore ctts.
Illinois Osntral ,, ,.
Inter. Mel. pI4
International Iimp .....
Kansan City flohers...
Ijacledo a .............
LouIstIIU ft NashTtn..
AI., 8t. f. & B. Ble. M.
Missouri, X. ft T
N. R. It. of M. M ptd..
New York Central........
N. V., O. & W. i..
Norfolk ft Western
raclflo .Mall ...-.,,,...'.
P., C. C. & St. U......
I'resscd Hteel Car
. coo is&tt
100 39 K
80S 17H HH
tOO 1MV4' 1WU, 150
400 14V 1 U4H
Pullman raises Car
jivpvpne o, i, ,..,,,
HeDublle I. & 8. Dfd....
Hock Island Co
Iloclt Island Co. pfd....
at. Id. & e. F. 2d pfd...
Seaboard Air Line
seaboard A. L. pfd..,.,.
Blosaneffleld S. ft I...
So. Railway pfd,
Teia A raclflo
Union Paclflo 11,100 1U
Union Pacific pfd 200 4
united states Kealtr
United States llubber. .. 800 eo lt
United States Steel Jl.tno CO CIU
U. H. Steel pfd 1,100 107H 107
Utah Copper S.400 4IH 48U
Wabash pfd , S00 IH 71:
Western Maryland 400 40H $9H
Westlnehouse Electrle ,, 400
nurniniis k ix Kris
Tolnl Ml for the day, iU,t00MhVrV,''
New Yorlc Money Market.
NEW YORK. Aur. 4 MfiNrrfTVnn
can, sicauy, mm Per cent; ruling rato,
2Vi per cent; closing bid, 2Vi per cent;
ULiereu nt iv tier rem.
TIME LOANS Firm. GO dava aU(ff,4 nrr
UTi'UV I'CI LEI1U
JRIME MERCANTILE PAPER OfitiU
anntr.TT TXTn, v." ".it vt. t. r i .. .. . . . . nm .
ior w-oay nine; jt.eoui xor aemand. Com
merclal blllsi 34.83. ' v
SILVER Bar, 8Kc Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, steady; railroad
Closing quotations on hands today were
V. S. ref. 2s,
7 K. C. bu, ref. Js., KU
97 L .B. rth. im nit antl
V. B. 9s, ret
191K U & N. unt. 4 I2U
trill' skf t m m a . , .7
If. B. 4s. reg
101 M. K. ft T. 1st 4s. ml
f..,,llO do fta. 4 , lOVl
1W Mo. 'pselflo 4l... . 88
coupon.. 9Vi do conr, (a o
Panama 3a coupon.. 99 VI do conr. 5a
A.C 1st It ctfa,,.., 80 K. r.r. of M. 4vie(8
Amer. An 8s it N. Y. C. V sit.!!! no
A, T. ft T, c. II,, M0 du deb. 4s...,,,..,. I tt
Am. Tobacoo s....im4e Y K1 It A II.
Armour & to, ins. w ey. Hs ,,, 70
Atchison gen. 4s.... M jr, t y jit c. 4i. )
do ct. l0u. . V.H do ct. 4s 104
do cr, it wi No, I'aclflc 4s 4K
A. C, L 1st 4s... liU io 3a 5
IUI. Ohio 4 90HO. g, U rfds. 4s. . 11
do ivis ........ i. oh peon. cr.'iHs 1U,. w4
Inroolc. Tr. cv. 4i... 11H do cos. JV. ..... r3
t(t-n. of Ga. ti..,.101'lteai!lni nn. 4s.. . t5U
Can, Leather 8s. .,. l t. L ft S. P, Is 4s toC
Ches. ft phloMHs. 88 Jo sin. 8a... . . . . " 81
do eonr. 4HS. 7? t, U 8. w, o. 4s, t7t4
r.it.a.rx B. . 111. 11 a i . . i . 1 1179
WU.bBBW " , . . - I. M. IUI, US,...
q. D, ft Q. J. 4 ?. .Pc. cel. 4s,., 0
do gen. is y do tr, 4 U
O M & 8 1 o 4Ha..l02K do lit ref. 4.,
g. it. i. c v. c. ii n na. luilwsr is,,
da rfg, 4s 1l!i do ten, 4s... .
C. & B. r & e 4Hs. JlSUnlen IVIfle s,
1). ft It. ct. 4i.'.. MU do er. 4s. .....
D, ft R. a. ref. 5s. 10i do 1st ft ref. I
Distillers' ts i , eo U, S, llubber SI..100V
! 1 .. , J. KAK . a tr. . . .
ctiv y, I. ...r. ... h vj. p. oisvi la S.. US1
uo gen. is uv.-i.-, tmem. ts. ... n
do cr. 4s. ser. n . 71U Wab. 1st ft ei, 4a. . t:
III. Can. 1st r. 4s. 11 'Western Md. 4s,. , 7714
Inter. Met. 4H,,. 7V4Ve. Blac cr, C,,2
Inter. M. M. 4Hs.. Mtjwii. Central . ttH
Huston Mlnlnu ntucU
BOSTON, Aug. 4.-ClosIn quotations
on iiosiun aiocrtr nnu upnos!
Allouei M14 Nerada Con. . .
Amal. Copper 71 Mplialog Mines
A. Z L. ft 8, 80U North liulls
Ail ton Com IHKbrth Lake
Cal. & Arlsona IIUOI4 Powlnlon .,
Cal. ft llecla.....40p Oscaola Ut
lnieDDiai ii'4iwui0C7 67
Copper Itanga C. C. 3tVi8hsnnoq ,,,,,,,,,, 7
rjaai uuiie y. m..-. ih ouprior
Hranklln 4 W, Superior ft D. M. .
aranby Con to Tamarack
Oreene Cananea, tliU. 8, H, II, t M
Isle Ilorale Copper. 19 do pfd
Kerr Lake miJtah Con
lAkt Copper 61'tah Copper Co...
I j Salle Copper 8H Winona
Miami Copper ... 11 Wolverine
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4.-The condition
oi iiib i niieu ntates treasury at the bd
ginning of business today was: Net bal
ance In general lund. 8132,831,341. Total
receipts uaiuraay, total nay
ments Saturday, 1,9.W. The deficit
this fiscal year Is J8.C50,237, against u
deficit of 2,421,1S last year, exclusive of
rinr nlnetv-day maturities siiiioiuuni
Pan an vi canal and public debt trantac
r York MlntPir atocWst
xt T . i f . vmnr i f'l m It, ff niintii
tlons on New York mining stttoks:
com. Tunnti neei PiJUte va ,,;
do hondi 1i)Mitta 1
Coo. Cl. A. V tlOntlrto J
Iron Sllrr Hwoptilr
iMdv in (i oyiiw jtcMt
OSIAIIA OKNl?RAL MAUKKT
BUTTER No. 1. 1-ib. cartons, S8o; Na
1, OO-lb. tubs. 27U01 No. 2. 25c.
FI8H White, fresh. ISoj trout, frtfh.
Sc; large crapptes, fresh, ISo; SMnlfh
mackerel, 15c; shrul roe. per pair, 40oi
salmon, trcsh, "Wl wuimn, trein, jtoi
buffalo, 9o; bullheads, 19c channel oat
fish, 13c, nlke. 15c; pickerel, Jlo.
miEESE Imported Bvls, 3a; Amer
ican Swiss, iXci block Swiss. Hoi twins,
Amerioas, lio: hlue label brick, lie: llm
borger, J-1U., SMj New orK .wiiita, s
l'OULTRy-Urollors. 2MWJQ P" ip.j
1. tl., 1. . I t ! n ,U
iiciiv, iwtt wuvr, a7XY,
lersit. 18l turkevs. anfftlc:
do., ni roosiers, Wi.qucKs, tuii leuin
ered, lXMc; geese, full fealhered, JSoS
amiabs, No. 1. 81.M) No. 8, EOo.
HBEK Cl!T8-Rlhs, No. 1, 17Hot No. 1
l5Uc; No. 3, 14c; loins. No. 1, lio; No.
t l$ic: No. 3, 16o; chucks, No. 1, lle;
No, 2, HVlc; No. 3, 10ic; rounds, No. 1,
14c; Na 2. HVio; No. 3, 18'io; plates,
No. 1, 74c; No. 2, 7Uc; No. 3. bN,e,
Tho following prices tire furnished by
ttw Ollllnsky lrult company!
KRUITS-Callfornla Bcurrc Hnrdy or
ItlmBett ltiirtlrtl Dears. Dor box. 3125; 25-
bpx lots, 82.16! Wlckson largo groen plums,
ier crute, piums, per dux, ei.iu.
rnnL tiiutns. ncr crate, n.w. iurno uiud
lums, per crate, 8100. Bartlett pears per
:iox. 32.76: 6-box lota. Jib I'-ioeria.
nina. thir hunhnl. onlne to auitllty. 75ctf
lAnntina. ii. in. uucnefta or ' ransiiarenv hl-
i.0a Cantatounes, Arlsona standnrd, per
crate, 83.60; Artrona pony, per crnte, 83.00;
Arlsona Jumbo, per crato, 83.00. Red rasp
berries, nor 24-t!nt case. 32.CO Oranges!
Extra flno Valenclas, 126, 2SS slses. per
box, 86.00; Bunklst Valenclas, ico, .tu;
176, 200, 216, 2S0 sixes, per box, 87,W, Pota
toes, litrgo Cobbler, per bu POp. QnU'e
fruit, Klorldo, Indian river, 46, fc4, 04
lies, 810.00. Onions, California large yel
low, ix. r Hi. 3c. j.2vnnorated cranberries.
pr 36-pkg carton, 32.70. Grapes, California,
ner crnte. liuu. iemons. extra inncy aun-
lilst. 300u and 300s, per box. 310,0Q extra,
choice Red Ball, 300s nnd 300s,- per box,
8D.00. Tomatoes, homo grown, por market
unmet crute oc; t-craie lots, wc.
VEGETABLES Potatoes, largo Cob
liter, per bushel. 00c Onions, California,
larirn vellnw. tier txiUlld. 2MiC. Tomatoes.
initnokrrown. nor market basket. 6oci 6-
crate lots, 60o. Watermelons, Alabama
swoet, per pound, lJ4o; 5-rato lots, per
MIrSCELLANEONS Roasllng ears, per
rtox.. 15o; Michigan celery, per do., 85oi
Mott's older, per keg, 83.60; Nehawga
cider, per keg, 33.25; asparagus, pr dos
fpOo; rhubarb, per dos., 20o; onions, per
dor., 20c; new beets, carrots, turnips, per
rtox., 30c; parsley, per dos., 40c; radishes,
per dox., 20c; head lettuce, per do. 1.00
liomegrown leaf lettuce, per dox., 20c
green peppers, per basket, 60c; wax or
green beans, per baBket, 31.00; hothouse
oucumbers, tier dox., 40o to ftfc: caullr
flower, per lb WV4o; Venetian garlic.
ner in.. izc: now caDuagc, per io.,
eggplant, tier dox., 31.60; horseradish
dos bottles In case, per case, 31.00;
Dromedary brand dates, pkg 83.O0I
Anchor brand dates, pkg., 82.25; walnuts,
JSo. I soft shell, por lb.. 20c; medium
pecans, par id., mw, jumoo ixjcuns, per
!b 15c; giant pecans, Louisiana, paper
shell, per lb 26o; filberts, por lb., 15c;
Drake almonds, per lb. 10c: paper sholl,
18c; BroxllB, per lb., 10c; large washed,
ir lh.. 12c; black walnuts. icr lb.. 2V40I
raw No. 1 peanuts, per lb., 7c; Jumbo pea
nuts, per lb., Sc; roust peanuts, per lb
RHe; ahellbaik hlckorynuts, per lb., 4c;
Willie nco popcorn, per in., w, cnevrivrs,
ior loo-paciiago cone, a.uy; cjircufre, per
Cnke. case. 31.76: Islla berry poxes,
quarts, per 1.000. 32.7S.
Corn and Wheat nasflun flnlletla.
United States Department ot Agriculture,
leather bureau, for Omaha, for tnt
iwentv.four hours enainc at 8 a. m,. 75th
morldlan time, Monday, August 4, 1913:
OMAHA DlSTRIOa STATIONS.
Station. High. Low. tnll. 6k y.
Ashland, Neb..lor 60 .00 Clear
Auburn 101 62 .00 Clear
Broken B0W....100 t3 ,tw uiear
Columbus 9 63 .00 PUcloudy
Jalrbury ....iaoo wi ,w uicar
Palrmont 10J 62 .00 Cloar
Qrand Island. .105 65 .00 Pt. cloudy
Hartlngton ,... ,00 Cloudy
Hasting). iM,101 IS .00 C ear
Ho drego .101 68 .00 Clear -
Lincoln SS Qiw,iy
North Platte.. 08 63 .00 Clear
Oakdale 103 63 .00 Cloudy
Omaha 101 io .w uiouoy
Teknmtth 101 C2 .00 Cloudy
Valontlne ..... 93 66 ,00 Cloudy
Alta, la S w .w uiouay
Carroll 97 61 .00 Cloudy
Clarlnda 102 61 .00 C ear
Sibley m w .w h!ou?
Sioux City W 66 .00 Cloudy
.Minimum temperature sor iweiv nour
period ending at 8 a. tn.
High. Low. fall.
Kansas uuy io
iiicrh temnaraturea Prevailed through
put the corn and wheat region during the
last twenty-four hours, but temperatures
a somewhat lower In the northern por
tion of the region this morning. No pre
cipitation occurred except a ngni snower
in tne uoiumuus uminci.
If A- WBLflH.
Local Forecaattr, Weather Bureau.
NEW YORK. Aug. 4-X)B,It,i3B Weak-
nesi In Brazil and Tower prlcoa In Rurope
rrsuited in a anarp decline in tne local
market, intensified bv local liquidation.
The Opening was barely steady, lJfl'JO
points lower, ioiiowbo vy luniivr acm,
which earned tho market to a loss of 35
1839 pplnts. IittT thero waa a partial
recovery, closing steady at 60034 points
lower; August. J.40c; September, 8.62c;
Ootober, S.mo November, l.ctc; Decem
ber, 8.73c; January, 8.78c; February, n.iCo;
March, 8.92c April, 8.W0; May, 9.03c; June,
a,04o; JUiy, p.osc
Spot market easier:
Rio, pjo. 7, rtc;
o 7. svic: nantos, no. 4, uw.
Mild dull; pordova, U&lfio.
NEW YORK, AUK. 4,-COPPEU-Ffrm;
standard spot to October, 814.37,
bid: electrolytic, 815,215.27; jaVe, 15.37i
la.wi: pasting, lin.l-.
TIN Dull; spot, ItO.KWWS: August,
!WPb,r' Si 0c'
ANTJMONV Nominal; Cookson's. 88.40
IRON Steady; No. J northern, 81C,;5
18,00; No. 1 northern, l6.t&018.60; Ho, 1
southern. $1S.261S.U; No. 1 southern soft,
NENV YORK, Aug. 4. METALS Lead,
quiet; $4.35, bid. SptlUr, tdy, K.liQ
(.63. Holiday In London.
NEW YORK Aug. 4.COTTON-Fu-tures
opened steady; August, 11.49c; Hep
umber, ll.Cc; October, R.Mc; December,
ll.tiSo: January, 10.98a; February, lO.duc;
March, 11. SOc; May, U.12c.
NBW YORK, Aug. 4.-COTTON lu
tures closed steady. Closing bide:
August, J1.IS9P1 September, lj.20c; October,
ll.liio s November, 11.03c; December, ll.toc;
January, 10.97c; February. 10, Wc; March,
11.04c ; May. lL07c.
The market closed 4ll points lower,
except August, 8 points higher,
Omaha Hay Slnrket,
OMAHA, Aug, 4. Prairie hay, new: No.
I to choice upland, 3l0.Ell.O0; No. 2. 80. W
Q10M; no. i. 18.Ua.W; Ho. 1 to choice
midland, I10.0ftai0.80; No, 2, 89.00ai0.00; No.
3, l7.0ClJV.0Vj No. I to choice lowland, (9.00
eiO-OOj No. 2, $7.lSfl9.64; No. 3, 86.0O88.00.
Straw; None on the marHet. Choice oat
or rye, 86.00&6.&0;. choice wheat, 5.00Q6:&0.
NEW YORK, Aug, 4. BUOAIt-Raw.
firm; Muscovado, 83.14b3.17: centrifugal,
83.64(a67; moluses, 2.89i,2.92; refined,
firm: cut loaf, 83.40; crushed, 85.30; mould
A.. 34.96; cubes. f4S5; XXXX powdered,
3i.7B. powdered, $1.70; flno gianulated,
31.60; diamond, $4.60; confectioners, A.,
$4.43; No. 1, $1.40
(III mill ltoalii,
NEW YORK. Aug, 4.-COTTON SEED
OIL Prime summer yellow, 39.3StfO.6S;
September, 9.35; October, $8.15; December,
$6. 1 4.
ROSIN Strained common to rood. 34.00
64.23; turpentine machine barrels, 38c,
! OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Very Slow and Sharply Lower
on All Kinds.
HQQS FIVE TO TEN CENTS OFF
Receipts t Sheet,! Largest of Venr
to llnte Tmile Slon- on I'rM-
tlcolly All Kinds and I'rlcpei
Are Onnrtrr Lnvrer.
HOUTH OMAHA, Aug. 4, 1811
Receipts were. Cattle. Hoars. Sheep,
Kstlmate Monday , t.soo 4,300 24.000
aamti day last week... 3,6V)
Bftnio day 2 wkB ago... 3.fia
Samo day 3 wks ago.., 3,fll9
Buniti day 4 wks imu... 1.630
Samo day last year ... 4.VM
lie following table shows tha receipts
of cattle, hogs niul shesp at the Houth
Omaha llvo slock market for tho year to
data as compared wlUi lat year:
1813. 1912. Inc. Deo.
Cattle 478.301 473,730 ,,., 429
Hogs U18.2J3 S.OAS.WO 874,183
Sheep l.lSl.Wl l,0f.4SC 60,456
Tho following tablo shows tho rango of
Prices for hogs at South Omaha for the
last few days, with comparisons;
Unto. 1913 11912. 1911.1!)10. 1900. 190S.tlW7.
8 77 1 7 381
8 77H 7 47
8 OVt 7 87
6 31 j
7 65J 8 86j
July 2. S S7Vi 7 061
JUiy JM 8 M.S. 7 07
July 31.1 S 66'i 7 73
Aug. 1,1 8 7 76
Aug. 2. 8 43 I 7 85
U 691 7 601 7 49
Aug. 3.. I 7 W,
Aug. 4, S 43,
b 761 7 751
6 92) 7 701
Receipts and illpostlon of live stooH
at the Union stock yards, South Omaha,
for tho twenty-four hours ending at 3
Cattle. JIobs. hecp. H'r's
C, M. & Bt, V 9 3 8
MIsHourl Pacific... 3
Union Paalfla (. 41
C. A N. W east.. 1
C. & N. W.i west.. 73
C St. P.i M. A O.. 84
C., B. & Q east... ,,
C., B. Q., West.,, T7
0., U. 1. i P. east 8
C, R. I. tc P., west 4
Illinois Central 7
C. Q. W.,.,., $
Total receipts. ..289
DISPOSITION II ISA D.
act tic, Hogs, pnoop.
Morris & Co .325
Hwift A Co... 739
Oudahy 1'uoklng Co,. ..1,160
Armour & Co (18
J. W. Murptxy..
Lincoln Pack Co 83
8. O. Pock. Co 14
Benton, Vonssnt A. L. 174
111)1 & rJon 20S
F. B. Lewis 63
J. B. Root ec Co 249
J. II. llulla
L. F, Huss
McCrcary & Kellogg..
Verthtflmer & Degen..
II. F Hamilton
Mo, St JCjmi. Palf Co..
Other buyers 94
Totals 6,775 4,376 18,261
CATTLE Conditions In the cattle
Vbrds tills morning could hardly hava.
uweu numu iiutji nicy vvro ior mo nttu
Ing Interests. Light receipts at this
Point last week hold the market upso
tl ut at the close of last week tho market
on cattlo of all kinds having any quality
wLatever was at least steady. On the
other hand. Chicago broke Mi-iOc on beet
slters, whllo cow stuff was domorallzod,
being 60(Q)76c lower for tho week, or $1
li wur tnan two weeks ago, and feeders
wore Quoted around ZWimie lower. Such
a large break as that at Clilca.30 lait
veek and prices hero Bteady made buyerj
Very anxious to force tho market down
at thla point so that. It would be on a
lftvnl with fthnr mnrlfala n'ttA inrpn rn.
eclpts this morning gave the buyers the
opportunity that they luivo wanted, and
11 c- irocteuea to luuicti tiie mDl 01 it.
They started nut blddlnir nrlces that wore
full 26c lower on the general run of beef
stoerB and u good deal worse than that
on bHc))r stock and feeders, Aa n mat
ter 01 course, tne traue under sucn cir
cumstances was vory slow, ni sellers
fought hard to get uvcry penny out ot
their holdings possible. Ab a result It
wits well along toward midday before
very many, rattle had changed hands.
n tho 'end the receipts were pretty well
cland up In spite of the fact that the
lecolpts were the largest of any day
since March. The best yearlings sold as
high as any time this year, that Is, up
to $9.00. The general run of right good
beef steers sold 1016o lower and the
less desirable kinds 160C5c lower than
last week's close.
uowa and neiicrs, anu, in ract, DUtcn
rrs' stock of all kinds, void WfXto lower
than last week.
Stockera und foodera vrera 2WJ40c lower
as a general thing as compared with
last Thursday and Friday.
Quotations on cattle; (Jood to choice
beef rJtcue. W.lOJ0,00; fair to good beef
ntecrx, j7.7ii4s.io; common to fair beef
KLCI70, ef.w'UI.I, HUUW LW WJIVIVI. 11:1VIB,
80.r0((B.Oo; good to choice cows, ISjCJW
7 00; fair to good grades, $5.uotA).00; com-
11, on to iair gruaes. j.uwi;).w; goou to
choice stackers and feeders, $7.00fl7.60;
fair to good rtoclters und feedern, JO.CKKtf
Iw', common to lair Blockers and ted
rrs, $Ti,76f(t00; stock cows and heifers,
UWdiM; Yt' calves, tf.ooyiu.m; bulls,
lags, etc.. 84.7.W.
No. A. Pr. Na At. Pr.
,, 121 6 10
,, ft&O 6 00
..1MZ I 70
.. T7 7 88
..1011 3 00
..10M I K
..1110 f to
...1111 I 21
,,..1111 I M
...1U0 I 31
....USt I 48
1IU I 41
3 1110 I 41
D ,HK I (0
80 lioi 1,0
10 1161 65
1070 I 20
STEERS AND HEIFERS,
7o 7 te
Ill I 00
.... 120 8 00
,..,1080 8 OS
HI i T6
Ml t 10
...10W I to
...1110 8 10
... Ill I 10
1. .,1240 I 28
...IMO 7 00
M t 10
.... m 4 ts
.... 190 4 U
100 c 10
.... m ut
....tin t &o
HI 8 00
1U0 7 JO
COWB AND HEinntii.
M I 40 16
4S1 3 78
.. 411 I 14'
.. 811 e 10 1
,.10t0 I 00 2
.. HO 8 00 1
..1180 t 00 1
..MOO i 10 1.,
.. X9 1 18 2
..1160 8 II
.. aoo 6 so 1
.. aoo 6 71 1
...111 8 00
...IUI 7 80
... 825 I 20
. . . ISO I jB
. .. 410 00
...UI0 8 U
, 420 I 00
200 3 (0
110 10 00
. iio 10 00
1 110 80 IS
1 210 I CO
1 IM IM 1.
1 240 8 00 1.
UO 10 00
STOCKER8 AND FEEDERS,
... . 710 8 71 8 1041 I U
... Ill I 06 21 701 0 48
. ... tOt t 10 IS 110 M
. ..074 26 ti ,. Ill I 63
4M tS II , JIl M
. ... iu ia
46 feeders.. 1066 7 26 16 feeders. .1118 7 30
13 feeders.. 1160 7 30 0 feeders.. 1118 7 30
4$ feeders. .111 6 86 10 heifer.., 817 (60
30 heifers... 936 6 SO 7 heifers... Vtt m0
'Olielrers... 6.6 ( 16 18 heifers.., 801 6 U)
10 steers.... 668 6 60 19 feeders.. 84) 6 70
9 cows 10 6 60 3 cowa,,,,,Wu6 6 to
21 feeders.. 884 6 66
HOQ8 Moderate mipplles at this point
failed to cluck the downward rush ot
nrlcea, and as n general thing the market
can be quoted &110a lower than Hatur
day'e average, Shipping hogs received
the largest decline, being all of 10ft 1 So
lower than tho prlceu paid for the sume
grades ot stuff Saturday. Packers opened
out a big nickel lower on the decent kinds
of mixed and butcher stuff, nnd tho long
end of the (tilling droves was put up at
this decline. Rough heavies, however,
did not faro bo well, and the decline nn
this sort of hogs amounted to all of 10c.
Summing up the general trade, values
aro 69100 lower Movement was very
slow, but owing to the light receipta a
fair clearance had been made oy 10
o'clock While the sales are pretty well
scattered out over the 60 cents range, the
bulk ran be quoted at $8.3638.45. Several
loads landed at the top, 33.70.
Reeelpts were rather light for a Molt-
aay. as only about sixiy-tnreo rnrs, or
4.3iXi hei.it worn rennrtoit In. Thin Is a
gain of nearly 800 head as eompared with
last week and Is over 009 head larger
than on tho samo day last year.
... I 80
3 8 10
4a 8 10
IN I HH
... I 411,
K I 411s
40 I 41
01 til ... 8 41
ii Iio aon t i
74 iU l I 48
II 40 I II
10 I SB
10 I H
.til 10 I 41
. ...nn iw a is
....in m 3 it
...,841 40 8 II
....IK . . S 4
....871 40 8 41
....117 100 I 41
....IM ... I 48
.. .ill 44 8 80
tit no i
41. . ..
M. . .
no ... hi
::8! ,N til
..III ... 8 18
10 I 40
. ill too I 10
til N lit
tit ia t 4a
..tit HI 8 40
111 ... 140
..III SO I 10
..te ... 8 45
.140 ,.. 8 40
. .113 46 I 40
..id :oo 1 1
..tu . I 10
.Ml ft) U
,S ... MO
.III ... I lo
136 . , . I 10
110 IM I 10
... I 8
io a ii
io I io
... I 00
... 8 70
(T ttt 10 I 40
at ..til 140 I 40
m ... iio
71 167 ... 140
IS ... 7 00
HHKRP Tho largest receipts for a Moi
day alncc tho second week in November,
of last year, were on sale t.iU morning.
In all some 20,000 luad wom Accounted
for, being almost twlco as many as
Monday of last week and moro than
twlco as luany as on the corrospomlmg
day one year ago. A half doitu cars it
wethers were shipped direct to ono of
the packers, feeding sherp nnd lumbs
formtd it mtKer perctn tgj of ths supply
than ot ..it und thero wore moro feeders
of all klndei offered than on nny previous
day of tho season. Chicago, also, had
a very heavy run nnd other Missouri
river nuirktts were normally supplied.
Under such conditions nnd with the
trade closing In bad shapo last week nnit
all other points reporting a lower trend
to values nirnln this morning, tho buy.
illK Interests wero tn control ot tho situa
tion rielit from thn otMinlnff. their first
lild bolng SOihlOo lower on over thing
una in oanca even moro man tnr.i. n'.i
salesmen Knew tnoy wouia lia e to r.c-
ny buyers, consequently not tnucn ifH.-
Ing of Imnortancn took nlnco until a Lite
hour. When a break was finally madi
the bulk of the offerings began to movo
at prices showing a uuartor reduction
alln.loig the line.
rne nrst transactions inciunnu two
cars of range lambs at $6.85, which was
top for tho day. A range of fO.OSQti.tO
took In moot of the killing lambs. Sum
fat ws sold at $1.15.
ins (oeuer traao was a trine siow in
getting under way as the receipts were
so large considerable time was necessary
for sorting. Prlcos In general on both
sheeu and lambs suffered about the same
decline as the fat eituff.
Quotations on Sheep and Lambs iJimrja,
good to choice, $6.76(fi7.00; lambs, fair to
Hood. 86.Ofl6.7S: lambs, culls. 35.HXlr6.00t
lambs,, feoders. $tl.0MU6.G5; yearlings, good
tp choice, ib.2si4ro.bO; yciunngs, inir to
good, $8.00tf6.2&; yearlings, feetlers, $1.75
(16.35; wethers, good to choice, $4.60tM7&;
wetheis, fair to good; $4.2riH4.50
wethers, feeders. aKK74.25: ewes, aood to
Choice, tj.16tI4.35; ewes, fair to good, tXiiif
4.10: ewos, leeuvra, eo.wuu.co; cuus, sueep,
20 Wyoming owes 07
78 Wyoming owes ..
205 Wyoming ewes ..
im Wyoming ewes ..
213 Wyoming ewes .,
100 Wyoming Iambs
221 Wyoming lambs
3S3 Wyoming lambs
1G5 Wyoming lambs
186 Wyoming lambs
281 Idaho lamus .....
4e6 Oregon ewes
10 cult owes
'CHICAGO LIVE H.TOCIC MARKET
Cattle, Meat Beeves, Htronn Hogta
CHICAGO, Aug. 4.-CATTLE Receipts,
17,600 head; best beoves strong; others,
Bteady to shado lower; calves, 2oo lower;
beoves, $0.8&S9.10; Texas steers, $8.7itf
7.76; western steers, $li3S.U; calves,
ilOOS RooeipbJ. 48,000 head; closed
weak and 15lMQo lower; bulk. $8.30(3.80
llgllt, 5.TO4I. mixeu, o.iyuu.u, iikhji
37.9o2iS.90: rough. $7.90(U h.10: pigs, 36.6W
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 360000
head; mostly lOOt&o lower: native. 83.t
western, Jl.wuiu; vmniBi f.vv
6.E5 Tamba uavUve. $3.Kfi.flO; wMtcrn,
Kansas City Ltvo Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Aug. 4.-OATTLT5-R-
southern steers, 8t.76G0.75: cows, 38.TCjP
n mi KifAr i4.7Mlfl.75: ntockorH and feed
ers, $4.6087.10; bulls, $4.60ffO.W; calves. $5.00
?.0fc ..... e
IIOUH Receipts, ll.lMl netuij uminm, ii
lOo lower: bulk. 88.658.90t heavy, $R.4p
S.72: packers und butchers, $S.GSS190;
light, 8S.65J8.w; pigs, ii.wwi.iiu.
HirtiriJ and I.AM11B Receipts. 6.600
head: market 10926a loweri lambs, $5.5
ktO; ycartlnfls, 4.ii6T6.60: wethers, U.Wlt
t.ia; ewes, e.wrum.w.
St. LonU Live Stock Market.
BT. LOUIB, Aug. 4. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 6,600 head; good to choice stcern,
$7.2pa,8.00: stockcrs and feedors, $5.2JC7.60;
cows and heifers, $t.76S.40; bulls, Hmt
7.00; calves, $6.00(810.00; southern steers,
$C.26S'7.75; cows and heifers, $4.26C.60.
HOOS Receipts, 13,000 head; market 10c
lower; pigs and light, $7.0039.26; mixed
and butchers, $9.00(30.25; good heavy, $&9S
HHEEP AND LAMB8Itecolpts, 4.000
head: market steady; lambs, IKIHc
lower; muttons. 33.S5iir4.a6: yearlings, $5.00
6.09; lambs, fc.60t,-6.76.
Slonx City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, la., Aug. 4. CATTLE
Receipts, 2,200 head; market Bteady to J0c
lower; nntivo steers, $7,9iS'8.K; cows and
heifers, 35.30343.OS; canners, $3.604.60;
bulls, stags, etc., li.0orifl.26.
HOOS-lUeelpts, 2,600 hood; market
steady; heavy, 37.90Q.2&; mixed, $8.'J&y8.60;
light. $8.60i6.7S: bulk of sales, tS.WiiUM.
(SHEEP AND LAMBS HecolptB, 1.200
head; market steady: fed muttons, 86.00$
6.66: wethers, 3t.76u6.00; ewes, J3.7WJ4.W;
t, Josi'uk Lire Stock Ssarket,
BT. JOSEPH, Aug. 4. CATTLE Rp-
cjlpts, 4,KW head, market slow: steers.
$$.604J8.K; cows and heifers, $1.008,71;
culvos. U 6004.60.
HOOS Receipts. 6,100 head: market
now; top, num. w.uw.so.
EEP AND LAMDS-Recelpts, 4.000
; market lower; lambs, $0.tyfl.75.
Live stock In SlKiit.
Chicago . 1,760
Evaporated Applrej and Dried Fruits.
NEW YORK. Aug. 4, EVAPORATED
Afrwai-nrmer! rrtney, 8Vieio; choice,
fV74t:. mjiiin, DWU L'.
I.ntff4i T . . . . I
wjwr-u riiuiin i-ruttss, turn; wait
fornla, 340il2Vic; Orogons, DWCiric. Apri
cots, rinn; cnoice, iv(ruw, extra choice,
ll13Sic: fancy, 14UM6c. Peaches, firm:
choice, 64fiHo; extra choice. MiOTc:
fancy, 7m74o. Raisins, steady; looso
muscatels. AyAIWac: choice to fancv
seeded, 6fltMc; seedless, 4K&)io; London
layers, $1.203 L40.
Dry floods Market,
NEW YORK, Aug. 4.-DRY OOODB
Cotton goods markets were baroly steady
today, the demand being for goods for
prompt and nearby deliveries. Raw silk
MODERN W00PMEN OF
AMERICA TO PICNIC AT BLAIR
After a period of five years" dormancy
the logrolling association of the Modern
Woodmen of America ot the Second con
gressional district haa been revived nnd
new llfo Instilled Into It by the election
of officers to look after Its Immediate and
Arrangemtmta are being completed for
holding the picnic this year at Builr,
August 21, O program of sports Is being
completed and a special train will con
vey Omaha visitors to the celebration.
96 4 15
96 4 15
96 4 15
96 4 15
70 6 75
69 6 75
69 0 76
09 0 76
69 6 76
6 ) 6 06
93 4 10
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BIG CONVENTIONS BLOCKED
Auditorium Company RefuscB to
Sign Contraots for Future.
CAN SEEK ONLY SMALL AFFAIRS
(Jlllnn Suya lie llnis Recti Ordered
Not it, ainkc; Farther Arrunne
ntcntn Until the Srntter
Whether or not nny morej largo conven
tions onti bo brought to Omaha, espe
cially those conventions which have ex
hibitions In conjunction, Is now a serious
question confronting Manager Parrlsh
of tho bureau of publicity. After secur
ing last your tho annual meetings of the
Midwest Implement Dealers' association
and tho MldW.ost Cement Dealers' asso
ciation for 1?14, tho UUreau has discovered
that no contracts dan bo signed with tho
Auditorium company for1 use of tho build
ing na n mootfinj placq or exhibit hall.
The bureau w'aa turnqd down by Man
ager alllan, who gavo 'tho Information
thn,t tho oxccutlvo oommtttco of tho
Auditorium company hnd notified him not
to sign any contracts for conventions
ittll It learns whether or not th city
Is going to buy tlio- big- building. Olllan
says that If tho city-does not,buy the
building it will bo sold to ft concern
Whch will use It for commercial purposes.
Ho is "not at liberty" now to toll what
company Is contemplating molting the
purchase' or for what purposea the build
ing will bo put should thla concern buy
It. All he can Rlvo out. ha buys. Is that
he haa ben Instructed to postpone all
contracting until It la learned what tho
otty ts going to do.
"It leaves us In a bad predicament. "
says Manager Parrlsh. TVo hnvo twp
big conventions, tho mrlpm,ont' dealers
tomprlsing about I.WUelpgate.d th.
icmnt ueaierq puinuering mure unn
which oonnot Plan for their moeting M-
oauso no contraots can bo mado for Ooot
spaoo at tn Auilltoriuni. Tho lmpment
nvn nY a oonventlon scheduiod rpr
January nnd the cement dealers wero tP
.pomo 111 lfoortiary, uoit conventions
)o,vo big exhibits In conjunction. Thorp
Is no other building'. n Omohr that will
houao these exhibits, with thp exception
of the Ak-Sor-Ben Collsqum. TJijs build
ing, say Managor Parrjah, Is too far out
ot tho way and nclthor tho lmpl.ejne,nt
dealers or tho cement men will put their
exhibits out thero.
M, L. Qoosman, secretary' of tho M(d
WeBt Implpment Dealers nsspclatlon.
says ho will wait a short time to scj
what can bo douo about "hodslng the con
vention, and if tho Auditorium' company
still rcfusen to rent thorn ' tho building
tho convention wlil be called off. "Wo
will hnva to out out the exhibition, at
loast," he said.
"Tho Auditorium company put tho prop
osttlon up to tho city commission two
weeks ago," said uillan, "and we ore
now waiting1 to seo what thoy Intend to
do. If they call an election thoy will
have to call It pretty soon, aa tho con
cern with which wo havo been negotiat
ing will want tq know ttt least before) tho
end of tho year. If thtf city doosirtot want
tne uuuoing wo win turn it over iu una
company as soon' a tho city- makes
known Us stand. Wo offorod thd bulld
Ing to tho city for $2CO,0OO.,. Tho council
Is now lotting tho mitttor stand. We will
havo to know pretty oooij wjiat they 'n
tend to do so wo can got the )iuld,ng off
In ,th meantime, tho publjtlty bureau
Is holding off socurlng qonvcnll'onB, which
have expositions and trying only for thorn
which have. memberships small enough to
houso In an ordinary hnIL .
Shoe Company to
With IL F. Bponcer Of. .Now York, an
official of the United States Rubber .com
pany of Boston In Omaha on business
with regard to the financial, difficulties
of tho American Hand-Sowod Sho .com
pany, tho report 1 current that tho
shoo company will soon ho reorganized,
backed by tho United States Rubber com
pany as tho largest crodltor ot the shoo
It has boon officially given out that
without a doubt tho shoe company will
bo continued hero under direction of a
No statement of conditions could bo
obtained at the office of the- shoo com
pany. It was said by officials that noth
ing would bo given out for a few' days
until tho (situation was cleared up and
until tho definite plana for tho future
were worked out. It is understood,- how
ever, by thOBo on tho Inside that A
whereby the other claims are to be scaled
creditors' agreement lias been reached
and settled on a fairly satisfactory basis.
Noted French Divijie
to Be. Here Today
Charles Merle de Aubigno 6t Paris Is
to arrlvo In Omaha at SflOi this
morning for a short stay before going
on to Lincoln, where he la scheduled to
apeak at the Epworth assembly, tho biff
Chautauqua of Lincoln. The Frenchman
la a clergyman of more than ordinary
prominence In his country, and hla
family iiavo for years been lntlrnately
connected with French and- Swiss Wa
tt ry. He was a delegate to the' World'a
Conference ot Christian pltlfcenshlp held
on tho Pacific coast-during tho latter
days of June and the first days ot July
In Omaha ho will visit with Qeorce
Weldenfeld, Alex C. Weidehfeld ana
CONTRACT IS LET F0RTHE
NEW KENNEDY BUILDING
John L. Kennedy and C. L. Saundera
have let the contract for' tho construction
of the ICcnnedy-Saundchi building at
Kluhteenth and Douglas streets to tho
Seldon-Brcck Construction company, who
hulls the Woodman of tho World build
ing. Tho Kennedy-Saundera building will
bo built on the - site just west ot the
Brondels theater building. and will be tho
same height, with the floors on the name
level ns the theater building.
The contract is or $200,poa mid the
stipulations demand that tljo building bo
completed by April 1. Work on the new
building will be started lrnmedtateiy. Tho
new building will bo built along the de
signs of the theater building and will
havo floor connections with every floor.
"Sot aa Expert Blent."
h. POEHLER co.
"Band for Sally Market. Xetter."