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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MAY 26. 1914.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Longs in Wheat Will Have to Hustle
to Stampede Market.
CORN HINOmQ ON WEATHER
ItepoHs from Southern Hemisphere
TelllnK Abont Continued Rain
nnthrrlnir nnd Keeping
Stnrket TTncrrtnln.
OMAHA, May 28. 191.
The wnet talent la mainly short In
that market, hut It will take only a
few sharp twUta of the principal longs
to cause a general stampede of the pro
fessionals and to make them bid the
market higher. The situation surround
ing wheat at present Is mixed and It
will take continued good report In order
to prevent an advance In valuca. Rome
new territory was added to the "crop
damage section" And thes came from
Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, where the.
crops heretofore were paid to be In Ideal
promise.
These reports wero from somo of the
best millers of the stales mentioned and
they say there must bo a downpour of
rain to give the ground enough moisture,
as well as to dlslodgo tho Insects now
In the wheat On the other hand, the
advices from well known crop experts
In Oklahoma and Kansas told of the
conditions as excellent, save In scattered
parts of the latter state, whero there
have been additional losses by fly.
The larger men In the wheat trade have
secured the profits of late They are more
than likely to continue on the bull nllo
of wheat and this In the face of the fact
that the harvesting of that grain will
soon be under way In the south and
southwest Cash wheat Is soarca In the
winter wheat belt and the best Judges
of that grain advance the opinion that
It will sell higher.
Spring wheat has been seeded under
most favorable conditions and the pros,
perts are bright for the growing crop In
our northwest as well as In Canada. The
best Judges of market conditions are now
carrying a lino of long wheat, not only
at Chicago, but at .Minneapolis and Win
nipeg, In the belief that a change will
be seen In the spring wheat promise In
a short tiros.
Those In tho speculative wheat world
who take on a Una of that grain during
the growing season are generally the
winners. There have been exceptions to
this rule, however, and heavy losses have
been made In the Chicago market by
speculators who adhered to the hull side
of wheat In the expectation that crop
damage would help them out.
The corn market continued to hlngo
On the weather conditions in the south
ern hemisphere. There wero additional
rains there and conditions aro poor for
the shelling and movement of the large
quantity of corn held In that country.
A great deal of this grain Is said to be
In bad shape, and the importing coun
tries, Including the United States, are
refusing to take tho grain already pur
chased unless it Is "guaranteed."
Crop reports on oats were rather un
favorable and there was somo shorts
to cover on these advices, and there waa
some demand on Investment account
A larger run of hogs Is expected the
coming week and there was some selling
on this Information Baturday, when Urn
feeling was quite tamo. Cash wheat was
Ho lower. Cash corn-was Uc to 4c lowor.
Cash oaus were unchanged to Ho higher.
Clearances ot wheat and flour were
1, 47J.OOO bu., corn, 21,000 ml.; oats, 94,000 bu.
At Liverpool wheat was UW-Sid lower,
corn lHQIHd lower.
and shipments 296.000 bu., against receipts
and shipments S6.00 bu., against receipts
of 627,000 bu. and shipments ot 631,000 bu.
last year.
Primary corn receipts were 906,000 bu.
and shipments 615,000 bu., against re
ceipts ot 646,000 bu. and shipments of
205,000 bu. last cyar.
Primary oata receipts were 871,000 bu.
and shipment 549,000 bu., against re
ceipts of 938,000 bu. and shipments of 87,-
000 bu. last year.
CAR.LOT ItECBlPTS.
Wheat Corn. Oau.
Chicago 127 SI 153
Minneapolis ...... 22S ... ...
Duluth 51
Omaha 54 254 34
Kan. City 54 184 ' 16
8t. Louis 59 HI fcS
Today Is holiday in Winnipeg.
These sales were reported today: Wheat
-No. 2 hard winter, 3 cars, SSlic No. 8
hard winter, 1 car, SSWjo; 1 car, 87H: Vi
car, S7c No. 4 hard winter, 1? car, 6o.
Corn: No. 2 white, 6 cars, 70c. No. 3
white, 2 cars, 65io; 6 oars, Hic. No. 4
white, 1 car, GiKc; 1 oar, tisc; 1 car, 67 Wo;
1 car, 67a No. I yellow, 10 cars, C9c; 6
cars, OH4c; 9 cars, c No. 3 yellow, 6
cars, 694c; 13 cars. Cue. No. 4 yellow, 1
car, 68io; 2 cars, C8c. No. 3 mixed, 11
cars, 69c No. 3 mixed, 14 cars, 6SVio; 3
cars. 6$Hc. No. 4 mixed, 1 car, exc; 3 cars,
u?ho; 1 car, 66c, ityo; No. 3, I car, 6Kc.
Oau: No. 3 white, 1 car. 3S!io; 10 cars,
SSc. No. 4 white, 6 cars, 37 No grade, 3
cars, 7 He
Omaha Cash Frlcos Wheat: No. 2 hard,
fHc; No. 3 hard, WflSSMfc; No. 4 hard.
MtjSTc, No. 3 spring, SJUiJfKSc; No. 4
spring, 83H64e; No. 2 durum, tfiUWe;
Jo. 3 durum, 85086c. Com: No. 2 whlt.
CStKOc; No. 3 while, 69Vi0tOio; No. 4
wnue. wvitjwir ; j,o. yellow, 06iG9Vic;
No. 3 yellow, t8Hi360ic; No. 4 yellow,
No. 4 white, 37iit7ic. Barley: Malting,
waoic; mo. i ieea, 4iwc. live; No. 2,
ltSc; No. 3, 67H86SC
CHICAGO GRAIN AND I'UO VISIONS
CHICAGO, May 35. Period weather
conditions for ripening the wheat crop
which Is now near to harvest In Okla
homa and Kansas more than offset to
day unfavorable advices from other
states, especially In Missouri, Illinois and
Indiana. Strength was maintained only
In the May option, in which speculative
trading had come nearly to a standstill.
Most of tho transactions were in the new
crop deliveries. Prices opened He off to
So up and then suffered a material set
bask. Auspicious tidings In regard tu the oro-
gress ot the spring crop emphasized the
prevalent oearian reeling. There was an
unsettled close, MtHo lower to He. ad
vance, compared with Baturday nlglu't
Argentine advices that promised an en
largement at exports had weakening effect
on corn prices here. Demand waa of a
scattering character. Alter opening Vic
to He lower, the market showed but lit
tle nower to react
Demand from Industries brousht about
later a moderate rally. The close was
nervous, varying from He down to He
net advance.
Continued dry weather east of the Mis
siasippl made oats relatively firm. Weak
ness of other grain, however, prevented
the bulls from being aggressive.
Provisions declined with hogs. First
ales were 2H to lOo lower and there was
no sign or any important rally.
Chicago future prices:
Ajrtldel Open. I Hlgh. low. Close. 1 6at'y.
Wheatl
May.
July!
Com i
Maj-.j
July.
Oats 1
Msjr.1.
July-I
Pork i
July.! 20 00
Bepti
Lanl I
July.l 10 00
Beptt 10 15
Ribs I
Sept 11 32H
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat. No. 2 red.
Pitjvjc; no. s naro. wmwc; iso. z north
ern, 978Sc; No. 2 spring. 97C'JSc. Corn
No. t, 71He; No. J yellow. IlHc; No. I
yellow, 71871HC- OaU: No. 2 white. 4!U
C4IVC No. S white, 40i41;c; standard.
lt1iWvc. iye. tsa. t, ujc. itariey:. H
6tc Timothy; $3.7534.75. Clover: $10.a
15.00. Pork: $19.9i Lard: $9.83. Ribs: $10.$;
(&11.37H.
BITTER Higher; creameries. lfcB&Ae
EGGS Steady; receipts. 23.270 cases; at
mark, cases included, 16918c; ordinary
rnEFi8B-6tfjdy: daisies. 14.m.:r
twins, J3014c; American, 15QHWc: Ixinr
horns. 14j.r4c.
POTATOES Higher; receipts, 40 cars
Miehlcan and Wisconsin white. tdfUL-u
Michigan red, T075f, Louisiana new,
1 MJ.
POt. LTRY Alive, steady; foa'ls, 15c.
New York General Market.
NEW YORK. May 2& SUGAR Raw,
steady; moiaaeea, z.wc; centrtfugmJ. 3.29c
87 9$ 97H 97S 97H
S7HI S7H S6T4 S7U 8Hi
69H 70H 69H 70H 70
6T!i 6SH 67H 67Tm 6S
42U 41 4 41
8H 40 S9H! S9H 3Mi
20 17HI 20 00 30 10 20 10
19 85 I 19 77H 19 82H 19 90
1 9 87H 10 05
10 15 10 05 10 06 10 20
11 I II 4A 11 Art 1 nr
U-32HI 11 30 II 80 HUB
refined, Mead . ut loaf. 5fc. rush'd,
4tc. nmuld A'. 4.'r. unes. 4 36r .
XXXX powdered. 4.2c; powdered. 4.20c;
fine granulated, 4.10e: diamond "A". 4.10c;
confectioners' "A", i.Ks; No. 1, 3.90.
HirTTKIV-Creflmery extras, 2mtWr;
flrMs, 34646c; seconds, J243Hc; process
extras, ftHflSlr; labels, current make
firsts, lfrSmio.
t'lLBBHB-mate whole milk, fresh white
or colored specials. llHtftMic; average
fancy, 12413ltc; skims, lHHIOc.
KGClfT-Fresh gathered extras. SagaSHe;
storage packed firsts, 20Vi)lHc; extra
firsts, 20U71!ie: firsts. lOKOOTe.
POl'LTKV-Llve, firm; western fowls,
174c; turkeys, lMic; dressed, steady;
western chickens, frozen, lfcfraoc; fowls,
144319c ; turkeys, 2036c
OMAHA GnTVrltAl, BtATlKET.
BtJTTEn No. 1, 1-lb. cartons, 27c! No.
I, 60-1 b. tubs, 27c.
CHKEBB Imported Swiss, 2c: Ameri
can Swiss, 2c; block Swiss, 22c; twins,
IKo; daisies. 18 He; triplets, 18Hc: Young
Americas. 19c; blue label brick. 17!io; Urn
burger. 2-lb., 20c; New York white, 20c.
FISH White, c; trout 16c: large crap
pies, 13c; Spanish mackerel, 16c; shad roe.
per pair, 60c; salmon, 21c; halibut, 11c;
buffalo, 9Hc; channel catfish, 15c; pike,
13c; pickerel, 9c.
POUI.TKY-nrollers, 30c; hens, 13c;
cocks, 10c; ducks, 12c, geese, 10c; turkeys.
17c; pigeons, per dozen, 90c; ducks, full
feathered. 12c; geese, full feathered, 10c;
squabs. No. 1. Jl.W; No. 2. 50c.
BEKF CUTS-No. 1 ribs, 17c; No. 2,
17c, No. 3, 16a No, 1 loins, 19c; No, 2,
17e; No. 3, No. 1 chuckii, UlSc;
No. 2, He; No. 3, 10He. No. 1 rounds.
14,4r; No. 2, 13V; No. 3, lJVic. No. 1
pistes, 9o; No. 2, 8Hc; No. 3, 8c
fltt'lTB OranKers. F.xtra fancy Pun
klst naval. 2.M per box; 99s, 100s, $2.75
per box; 126s. t3.no per box; 99s, 100. 12.75
box, 176s, Zofls, 216s, 2Mb, tl.50 per box.
Med. sweet 176s, 250s, 2Ss, 324s, 13.23
per box. lemons: Extra fancy Golden
Bowl, .IDs, 3)0s, J.1.f per box; fancy Silver
Cord, .100a, 300s, 11.60 per box; extra fancy
Sunklst Trail, 300s, .Vfls. $5.00 per box.
Grape fruit. Extra fancy, 64s. 11.26 per
box: extra fancy, 46s, $4.00 per box; extra
fancy, 36m, 33.50 per box; Indian River,
64s, 80s. 35.00 per box. Apples: Bon
Davis, 12.00 per box; Ben Davis, $5.60 per
bbl. Cherries: California $2.25 Per box.
Pineapples. Cuban, 24 size. $100 per crate;
30 size, $3.00 per crate; 36 size. $3.00 per
crate; 42 size. $2.60 per crate: 4ft size, Z 35
per crate. Bananas. $1.75fjfl.50 per bunch.
VKOKTABLEK Home-grown spinach,
SSc per bu. Cabbage' New Texas, 2o Per
lb ; California, 2He per lb. Texas Yellow
Bermuda onions, $2.00 per crate, Crystal
Wax, $2.60 per crate. Peppers, 60c per
basket Fancy Florida tomatoes, $4.00 per
crate; cnoire, n.wi per eraie. L-ucumners,
hothouse, $1.00 per dozen. New beets, car
rots, turnips. Mo per dozen. Celery, $1.60
per dozen. Head lettuce, $1.60 per dozen;
eaf lettuce. 40c per dozen. Onions, home-
grown, i6o per dozen. Radishes, 15o per
dozen. Tarsley, 40c per dozen. Garlic,
Italian. 20c per lb. Horseradish. S1.S5 ner
case, Shell popcorn, 6a per lb. Cabbage
Plants, ibc per box. Tomato plants, 7ic
per box. Asparagus, home-grown, ner
dozen bunches, market price, New pota
toes, por namper; extra rancy Colo
rado and Wyoming, white stock, 90o per
bushel.
HONEY New Colorado. No. 1. 24 frame.
$3.00 per case.
NUTS Salted peanuts, $1.60 per case.
No. 1, California walnuts, ISVio per lb.
Pecans, 12Hc per lb. Filberts, 15o per
lb. Almonds, loo per lb. Brazils, l6o per
lb. Popcorn, 6c per lb.
MIBCBL.LANEOUS Sugar walnut
dates, $1.25 per box; limes, $1.75 per
basket; Crackerjack, $3.60 per case; Crack
erjack, $1.75 per half caso; checkers, $1.75
pet; halt case; Checkers, $3.50 per case.
Corn nnd Whent legion Bulletin.
Corn and WheAt reirinn hllllKlIn nf ha
United States Department of Agriculture.
Wfiather bureau, at Omaha, for the twen.
ty-four hours ending at t a, m., 75tn
mcnoian time, Monday. May 25:
OMAHA DISTRICT.
.rrTemp.
. Rain-
w. fall. Sky.
70 .00 Clear
67 .00 Clear
61 .00 Clear
61 .00 fear
M .00 clear
S .00 Clear
65 .00 Clear
63 ,00 Clear
60 .00 Clear
64 .00 Clear
67 .00 Clear
70 .00 Clear
64 . 00 Clear"
69 .00 Clear
64 .00 Clear
67 .00 Clear
69 .34 Clear
66 .oo Clear
60 .00 Clear
70 .00 Clear
70 .00 Clear
DIBUOni. IIICII. 1
Ashland. Neb.. R3
Auburn. Neb... fa
Broken Bow Nb $6
luoiumbus, Neb 89
Culbertson.N b. 93
jj-airbury, Neb. so
Fairmont. Neb. 88
G. Island. Neb. 89
Hartlngton, Nb 87
Hastings, Neb. fa
noiarego, Neb. fA
JJncoln 00
North Platto.. M
Oakdale, Neb.., 82
Omaha ., S9
Tekamah, Neb. 83
Valentine. Nb. M
Alta, la. 84
Carroll, la 85
uiannda, la.... 90
Sioux City. Ia. S3
Minimum tamneratum fnr twvivji.hnii
period ending at 8 a. m.
DISTRICT AVERAGES.
, . . , No. of Temp. Raln
DtstriCt Stat on. IIIcli. f.n
i-oiumuui, u ik
82 63 .00
90 62 .00
SS 64 .00
80 62 .40
00 64 .00
88 69 .80
80 6R .30
86 66 .10
88 63 .30
Louisville ivy... 22
Indlanpolls 13
Chicago 24
bt. LOUIS 18
Des Moines 21
Minneapolis .... 62
Kansas City 32
Omaha 17
Varm weather nrevniurf 1 1. .ni.n,.i
the corn and wheat rsirlon. Rnl
general In the Mlnnennnlla mi nil
districts and scattered showers occurred
!J,i.ul5i,iraa.nB' ut ones and Kansas
City dlstrlcU.
, L. A. WELSH.
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
Kansas City Groin nnd Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Mav X.-WIII31T-U.
hard- ?lfl2ci No. 3 red, tOSMo; Mayi
Ho; July, 81Hc.
wivn-no, 2 mixed, 7imiHc: No. 3. 71
72o; No. 3, 71fI2ci Na 3 White, 7676o;
18 JSM remsci J,ay 71Hci
mfxOc? WhUe' 40Wi8 8
BUTTEH Creamerv. flr.t.
seconds. ISc; packing, 15He. ' '
ia'uo-r irsis. ic; seconds, 15c.
POULTRY-llens.' lie; springs, 16c
Liverpool drain Market.
i.ivnnpnni. uMinir
steady; No. I Manitoba, 7 7d; No. 2. 7a
6Hd; No. 3. 7s 6d. Futures, easy; July.
7s 3Hd; October. 7s Id.
COIJN-Spot. quiet; American, mixed. 6s
7d La Plata futures, weak; July. 6s
FLOUR-Wnter patenU. 28s.
HOPS In London: Pacific coast, fttj
4 IIS.
St. I.ouU Cenernl Market,
ST. LOUIS. S:v 25.-.WHBATvi
red. 9MJ96Wc: N-. 2 hard. 94MTU. m...
94Wb; July. 840S4Hc "
CORN-No. 2. 7IUc; No. 2 white, 74
w; Moy. tihc; July, 69Hc.
OATS No. 2. 40140 Vto: No. 2 whit. Ji
41Hc
Mlnneapol a Grain Market,
MINNEAPOLIS. Mav K VIf IT n
May. 95ie; July. 9J'.io: No. 1 hard. 964
97c; No. I northern. 6iC05o.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
CHICAGO. Mav 24. OATTI.Bn.ii.
21.000 head. Market ateadv in
loweri beeves. $7.40fl9.30; steers, $710ffS.20
aiucnrra nnu lecaers, cat.M; cows and
heifers. $3.7508.7$; calves. $7.5010.50.
iiuviD rveceipis, ne.wJ neaa. Market
slow, 16o lower; bulk of sales, $$.2518.30;
light $8.168.S5; mixed. $3.10fl.S5i heavy.
$mJ8.33H; rough. $7.S5rj.00; pigs. $7.30ff
$.05.
SHEEP AND LAMBS n.r.lnt. ijim
hf. Market generally 10c lower; sheep.
H-JrtSS-S1 yfln"!- . SllOffTOO; lambs.
$6108 30; springs. $6.60g.40.
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA. Mav &-HAY-Ti,i.. m.i
upland. $l4.0nsfi4.6O; n0. 1, $lV00tl.m;
No. 2. $9.00913.00: No. 3. $7.00tJ9M. Clio ce
mldlsnd. $13.6ftl4.(W. No. 1 flJ.tMlSOO:
3'13.00: No. 3. $7.0039 00. Choice
i; uiJwawRt no. i. rooajoflo:
Choice wheat. U.&(VMno Aif.ir.
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. May 15,-COTTON-Fu.
tures closed ateadv: Mav iik... l.i
12-SSo; August. 12.72c; October. 12.67e; De
cember. 12.44c: Janiiarv n nv. c.
steady; mldllng, 14.10c; gulf, it36c; saUs.
Cotton Market. .
LIVERPOOL, May 24,-COTTON-,SdoL
steady; good middling. S.l8d; middling.
7.66d; low middling. 7.0fd. Bales? 8,0fio
Elsrla Batter Market.
ELGIN. Ill, May 25, -BUTTER S3ic.
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Cattle Open Steady to Dime Lower
Than Last Week.
HOGS FIFTEEN CENTS LOWER
Valnes Ilrenk tlecanse nf Bearish
News from Other Markets
Sheep nnd Luihi Ten to
Trrenty Cents Lower.
SOUTH OMAHA. May 25, 1914,
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.
Estimate Monday .... 3.700 6,800 4,600
Fame day last week . 2..MS 6.694 3,86$
Samo day 2 wks ago . 3.694 1.M 7,78t
Same day 3 wks ago . 3,304 6,762 6,436
Same day 4 wka ago.. 3,603 4.862 3.9U7
Same day last year... 2.972 6,03 8,$S0
The following table snows nr receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at tho South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date, as compared with Inst year:
1914. 1913. Inc. Deo.
Cattle 336,767 864.650 n.893
Hogs 1.09S.2S7 1,166,834 W.otf
Hheep 9W.S20 848,333 134,47
The following table shows the range ot
prices for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
romps ri sons:
Date.
I 1914. 1913. 11912.ll.1910, 1900. 190.
May 6..
S 31 U
8 211
8 141
8 10
8 20
8 24
8 14)
8 16
8 22
8 22
8 241
8 29
7 441
6 66 9 27 6 94
9 18 685
6 76 6 97
6 77 9 18
6 79 926 699
6 12 0Z 6 97
6 9i 9 23i 7 01
6 97 9 S0 7 04 1
9 39 7 08
6 96 I 7 Uj
6 96 9 80f (
6 89 9 36 7 061
6 U 9 441 7 Oil
May 7.
May 8.
8 36V
8 Z7U
7 49
7 59
May 9,,
8 28
7 69
May 10.
8 IS
7 66
May It
746
7 441
7 65
7 69
May 12.
May 13.
8 1?H
8 18
8 19
8 MX
8 29H
May 14.
May 15.
May i
May 17,
7 65
7 62
May is. I
May 19.1
May 20.
8 SOU
7 6:
II 6 Si
I 6 79
6 731
8 23Hl
8
9 S8 6 02 5 84
9 391 6 981 6 38
8 19
8 24
7 601
nay 2i.
May 22.
May 23.1
May 24.
May 25.
8 34
7 42
7 45
7 49
7 46
9 411
7 01
8 17V
8 29
8 30
5 64
7 00
8 16
6 69
6 62
9 43
0 39
8 39
8C0H)
7 491 6 701 9 19, 7 101 6 14
Sunday.
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at tha Union stock yards. South Omaha,'
for twenty-four hours ending at 3 o'clock
p. m., yesterday:
RECEIPTS CARS.
Cattle. Hogs, Sheep.
C M. & St. T 5 3
Wabaah 2 .. .. ..
Missouri Pacific... 3
'Union Pacific 61
C. & N. W east., 7
C. & N. W.. west. .38
C, St. P., &U . O.. 11
C, B. & Q., east., 3
C, B, & Q., west.. 3
C, R. I. A. P., east 4
Illinois Central .... 1
Chicago Gt. West 4
18
6
32
2
1
3
2
3
1
10
Total receipts... 166
95
21
DISPOSITION HEAD.
cattle. Hogs. Bheep.
Morris &. Co... , 60S
(livlfl i.
1,180
4
1,460
1,529
1,657
.499
1,186
1,336
1.189
Cudahy Packing Co.... 793
Armour & Co 695
J. W. Murphy
Morrell 10
Lincoln Pack Co 6
S. O. Pack. Co 6
Kay P. Co
481
W. B. Vnnsant Co
Benton, Vansant & L.
Hill A Ron
3
47
46
F. B. Lewis 90
J. B, Root & Co, 20
J. II. Bulla , 13
Roscnstock Bros 49
Worthelmer & Degen.. 110
it. v. Hamilton
Rothschild
Mo, & Kan. Calf Co...
Hlgglns
Huffman
Roth
Meyers
Baker, Jones & B
Tanner Bros.
Other buyers
8
79
15 10
13
7
7
33
196
165
34
TotaU 2,461 6,611! 4.221
CATTLE The week CDfiiis out with a
fairly liberal run, ana the general qual
ity of the offerings was hardly as good
as last week. Yearlings ot fair to me
dium quality predominated, and a good
share of tho heavier cattle were on tho
rough and unfinished order. On account
of the warm weather cattle were tak
ing on a heavy till and this lead dressed
beet raon to delay their purchases as long
as poiilble. First bids were anywhere
from steady to a dime lower than last
week, the decline being heaviest on the
plain and only partly fatted cattle, while
some ot the best yearlings went at figures
that compared very favorably with the
latter part of last week. It was a slug
gish trade, however, from start to fin
ish. Advices from eastern markets were
somewhat bearish In tone and It was lata
in tne lorenoon before anything like a
clearance was effected.
The market for cows and heifers pre
sented no new features. Demand from'
both packers and outside butchers was
very active for the very few desirable
cows that ware offered and prices com
pared very favorably with the latter port
of last week. There is some complaint
as to grassy stock, but demand from all
sources Is so Keen tnat up to date there
has been no discrimination. Veal calves
bulls, stags, etc.. found the usual vigor
ous demand and prices were firmly held
tor anyimng at an useiui.
The trade In stockers and feeders was
moderately active as far as It went and
prices fully steady for anything good
enough to attract competition. Light
weight and good quality steers and belt
ers sold readily at strong figures, but
the heavy and plain kinds were appar
ently not wanted Dy reouer buyers or
packers, and In some cases values looked
a little lower. Volume ot business In
this line was comparatively small.
Quotations on cattle: Good to prime
yearlings, $S.3u&9.00; good to choice beet
steers. $8.40428.86: fair to good beef iters.
$&00$.40; common to fair beef steers,
II.wbwju; gooa 10 cnoice corniea neir
ers, $7.60iQ.60: good to choice cornfed
cows. $6.k27.&0; fair to good grades, $4.00
E6.75; common to fair grades, $4.6036.00;
good to choice stockers and feeders, $7.75
418.10: fair to good stockers and feeders.
$7.40a?,75; common to fair stockers and
feeders, $7.00Jj'7.4Q; stock cows and heif
ers. $6.00i37.76; stock calves. $6.60(a.25; veal
calves. $S,0OfflLW. bulls, atags. etc.. $&76
uepreseniauve saies.
BEEF STEERS.
No.
At- rr.
..... W4 7 eo
lttM T 74
Ml 1
10SO I 00
UM I 00
414 t 04
..1U1 8 04
No.
I...
T...
17..,
17..,
1...
30..
11..
a..,
i..,
41...
11...
21..
tl...
H..
24..,
1..
...
Av. PT.
......UL1 8
1(80 I 40
Ml 8 44
7t I 44
1114 t 44
..1441 4t
IK I 41
1 I M
s...
4...
11...
11...
II...
20...
...
17...
Tan i m
1...
1 1
list t m
21...
SB...
..1136
I 20
I 20
t 2S
s u
I 26
23
8 24
I M
14
I 14
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., 1U1
1102
1111
.111
441
........ S60
12
49
un
1111
1311
718
........ M0
lie
I'd
I 14
I t
t M
I T
I
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17...
24...
II...
6...
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IS...
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.1211
BTEElltJ AND HEIFERS.
...WO 7 40 11 720 I 20
...til III l...v UM I 20
14..
11..
....
a?5 1 w It MH 8 3B
TSl
m
1 10
in I as
i ii
COWS.
ee 4 u
W0 4 80
1000 40
MO.IOI
204 00
1004 14
10(0 t
810 2
1070 K
1021 0
....11S 4TI
....itoo t n
....1C40 I tS
.... KO 7 00
....1207 7 10
....127 T 10
....1170 7 26
...1( 7 4
. .140 T U
...120 7 W
-...
HI
4 10
HEIFER&
4 Tl
2 00 SO
7 00 1
7S
, 214
W
...122 t Q
... 811 7 C
... 4(4 I 00
...101 t 10
... 470 I 10
...IMS T
...1240 4 Tl
...1970 T
...1X50 M
...14M t0
...MM TOO
...in t oo
...420 T 10
...MM Tta
...400 T
... 240 It (A
... 14S 1M
... 17 10 TJ
... lt 11 00
... 21 11 00
... in u oo
IM 11 M
M0 T 10
7
2
BULLS.
440 IM
1..
102O 10
I1U 10
1210 14
1214 2
110
IrM SO
1240 14
0 40
i..
i..
i..
i..
i..
i..
i..
t..
2..
1..
1 .
..
t .
..
1..
I..
., 1700 6 71
CALVES.
42
111 T 40
211 8 50
111 I M
20 20
20 IA
n
l.
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
, eo u 1(1 t 4i
TW t IS 44 TW TM
tl T It M4 T M
t T I IM T 4
14 . . . m T II $41 T P)
WESTERNS.
Idaho.
46 feeders 10M 7 40 steers.. 103S 7 00
8 bulls. .. 14S6 6 36 7 bulls . . .114 6
3$ steers.. ..1317 IK, 36 steers.. ..1310 7 68
36 steers.. .1190 7 60
Montana.
1 feeders . 994 7 90 26 stockers. 1141 7 90
HOGS A sharp break In the market at
other points ani line. .MmiJay rv,n at
lh local yardj enab'pl porkers to con
tinue to ioinJ pr 's till- morumg. Latiy
In the day shlp.iers and speoulstots
bought a few t t;n best hogs around
$106, their puronnses being all of 1015e
lower than SaturJay. Packers made their
first bids at figures that were lie lower
than the close of last week. Only a few
loads moved ai mis time however and
a little later offers dropped l?low 100,
or to a LV820C lower basis. Things drag
ged along with nothing mucn moving
until about 10 o'clock, when prices braced
up a little nnd regained their early level.
By this time sellers had como to the con
clusion that It was use'ixs to fight tho
decline any longer, and when the supply
finally began to movo It war at the fv
Jires offered early In the morning, fully
15c lower. As Is conno.i on cur-h a lear
wh trade movemont was dull throughout
.Th long end of 'h sales landed at
$?,00, although most if the shlpperV pu;
chases and a few loads sold to parKc-rs
reached $8.06, while a few featuring
loads sold under the $x.i) murk. A liberal
Monday supply showed u.i s,mfthlng
like nlnety-two cars, or .t.lrt h..-ad l.eln
received. This Is 600 larger thu.i a week
ago. and almost 1..T00 homier than llio
same day a year ago.
Representative Bales:
Ko.
...
tl ..
74. .
7 .
SO...
At. Hh. Pr
,.iw 1M 7M
. 114 119 7 as
.114 110 1 K
.110 ... 7 96
Hi H IIS
..111 N 1H
No.
70...
...
15..
on..
75...
70...
...
II...
71...
7...
41...
M...
eo...
70 .
74...
.
At. Sh. Pr.
2S1 io I 00
... loo
..2 130 100
. . 22 240 I 0)
...212 240 8 00
...244 ... im
...Kl ... IOo
...aw ko too
...212 ... loo
...211 200 8 00
...291 200 8 00
76...
71 334 130 7 97 U
71 1M 10 T ITS
1 ..2M ... 100
64 275 1M M
" 105 ) St 00
71.
... 140 no
...2f un loo
. ..UJ ... too
...SO SO 8 00
...211 ... II 00
...2SS 240 1 00
...us ro j on
...2 in a no
...17 ... 00
... 200 I 00
241 240 8 00
.J M 8 00
42...
44...
..
74...
SI...
.,.
J...
69...
t. .
..213
..Ml
40 8 00
40 8 00
SO 8 00
.. 8 00
10 I 00
.. 8,00
.. a oo
40 oo
40 8 00
..?J
79
77 t
M 2(7
77
47
11
71...
27.. ..
0 ....
M
71....
M
;
B4
xi
. .
71 . ..
J
M..
78
61
. ...
4
M
.ITS
.235
.ro io I oo
.2(4 ii) 1 m
119 200 8 00
224 80 8 00
2M 200 8 00
249 40 8 00
4 80 8 M
in 4o a oo
218 80 8 00
lit MO 8 00
M ... 8 03
274 ... 8 0S
271 140 8 W
201 M m
Ml ... 8 0S
4 271 300 I 00
M tX7 ... 100
Tl 2J 10 8 00
77 130 140 oo
44.
.241
.. 8 00
W I 00
n oi
7..
86. .
72..
W..
.2)
.212
2T7
.211
in oo
40 oo
no s oo
279 IM 8 00
" 9 ISO 8 00
4 208 110 8 00
2 7 ... 8 00
7? 1M ... 8 00
1 11 . . 8 00
1 12 110 8 00
44 21 .. m
.210
.143
.VA
.248
274
40 X OK
40 8 03
80 8 PS
.. 8 M
0 t 05
BHEEP-Conttnued unsatisfactory con
ditions In the east on the dicssed mutton
markets exerted a bearish Influence at
most Hye stock centers this morning,
and. notwithstanding another very mod
erate supply of killers here, trade waa
sluggish most of the forenoon with prices
on dipped ewes nnd clipped lambs show
125 adocln8 of anywhere from lOo to
20c. The receipts, most of which were
clipped lambs, amounted to no more than
abount 4,600 head, and aside from three
I :2UJC,U',, n? K00d t0DPy Offerings were
at the disposal of the packer buyers. The
f5f5clt.y L ch0'f grades also helped the
trade to drag along. It being well on to
ward noon before anything like a clear
ance was effectid.
Most of the uippid lambs sold at a
range of $7.6087.(6. There being a very
scant supply ,f ..i ei:ee here n(
many sales were rt.orted. Some clipped
ewes changed hands afoubt the middle
cf the forenoon at $4.75.
Chicago was reported nr. having a good
run for a Monday and prices showed a
decline amount. jk to KffiOo.
Quotations qn Bhoep and Lambs; shorn
stock: Lambs, good to cholco, $7.66116.10:
lambs, fair to good. $7.607.76; yearlings
good to choice, $6.9uig'7.15; yearlings, fair
to Rood. $6.6090; weUiers, good to
&$2SJF-W't' WetlerS, fair tgocd"
035.65; ewes, good to choice, $5.40
..75; ewes, fair to good, $5.Mi6.4o7
Repreaentatlve sales: "
312 shorn lambs
25 culls
163 shorn lambs
241 shorn lambs
250 shorn lambs
65
63
7 SO
6 13
S3
88
80
65
46
78
70
7 70
7 75
7 65
8 OO
8 09
126 shorn lambs
103 spring lambs
zji snorn lambs
237 shorn lambs
.... SS
.... 88
.... 65
.... 64
.... 65
.... 66
.... 64
....107
.... 88
.... 81
.... 70
.... 70
75
117 shorn lambs
293 Cal, spring lambs.....
2S0 Cal. spring lambs....
292 Cal. spring: lambs....
7 75
9 10
9 10
D 10
J i wai. spring lambs....
63 Cal. BDrine lambs
10
9 10
5 25
127 shorn ewes
163 shorn lambs
7 25
244 shorn lambs
120 shorn lambs
2S7 shorn lambs
7
7 36
7 45
Kansas City Lire fltock Market.
KAN OAS CITT. Mav K hattt n-
jieceipis. b.vuu nead. Market stenriv tn
strong: prime fed steers, $8.4036.90;
dressed beet steers. $7.6033.40: weatam
steers, $7.268.T0; southern steers, $6.60Q
8.28; cows. $4 507.60; heifers, $6.7509.00;
stockers and feeders, $6.6003.25; bulls, $6.00
7.00; calves. K60310.50.
HOGS-Receipts, 8.000 head. Market
lower; bulk of soles, $8.0GS.28r. heavy, $8.20
w.ni pacKers ana ouicners, IS.10fif8.26:
.(kllka, o.wuo.u; visa; I.OZlltJU.
SHEEP AND LAMBS .Receipts, 10.000
ncuu. wirAci Bie&a yio luc lower; imhi
$7.00(50.25; yearlings, J6.003.76; wethers.
.wvuv.uv, OVYCfl, t.04j u. ID.
St, Louis Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, May 25. CATTLK-Tte.
celpts. 4.300 head. Market steadv: nativ
beef steers. $7.60(39.10; cows and heifers.
niocKers ana leeaers, .oo.oo;
southern kteers, t5.7&JJS.40; cows and helf-
ra. 14 KO)?Ml.AR. n.Hv. p.Ivm til mfhiA
. . - w , ...... . w. . bw, ..v.VklV.
HOOS Receipts. 11,000 head. Market 6o
to 10c lower: pigs and lights. $7.00tft.4fl:
muca ana uuicnera, ju.; gooa neavy,
&.vnie.tv.
RI1VFIT ivn T.AMriK Tl...ln.. c
- . - ...... . .,Vvq,yM, V,UW
nrau. aiarxei lower; snearea muttons,
i.ip'Oo.cm, sneareu laniDS, (.WB.uu.
St. Joaeph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. May 25. CATTT.K n.
ceipts, l.wu neaa. Market slow; steers,
$7.6009.25; cows and heifers, $4.60fl,76;
calves, $a.0010,00.
HOOS Receipts, 4.M0 head. Market
IOOISq lower; top. $S.25; bulk of sales, $S.I0
3.20.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 3.500
ntau. AiarKai auu lamDS. i.min?.m
Traffic Bureau is
Saving Much Money
for Local Shippers
Freight bills are worth money, espe
cially It one can find an occasional error
In one's favor in them and succeed In
getting a rebate on the strength of the
mistake. The traffic bureau In the Com-
mer.ial club rooms has been handling
tho freights bills for many large shlpplft?
firms in the city and has succeeded In
saving them thoussnds of dollars by
keeping a careful check on tha bills anQ
collecting the occasional overcharges 'hstt
oocur. The Commercial Club Journal la
calling the attention of the big bustnesi
houses of Omsha to the fact that the
traffic bureau la doing this work, and
says: "Do not merely file away your
freight bills. Send them In to the tratflo
bureau to be checked. It will mean xn
appreciable saving In the end."
X-RAY PICTURES FEATURE
OF HEAVY DAMAGE SUIT
An X-ray exhibition is tha feature of a
trial in progress In Tudge Leslie's dis
trict court
Pitcures ot tha injuries ot John Kor
lnk, who Is truing Morris & Co. foi- IV)
000 damages alleged sustained in the
packing plant fire, are thrown n a
screen In a darkened court room fr the
benefit of the Jury
This is the second trial of tha case the
jury having disagreed in the first
Bank Clearings
Bank clearings in tha United States for
the week ending May 21, as reported to
Hradstreet's Journal, New York, aggre
gate $3.I13,663.0f)0, against $2.93,637.000 last
wee ana w.iwlu's.wu in this weeK lait
Vear. Canadian rlearlnra annl ItlU .
9JV.0C0. as against $1S0,96,000 last week and
$2nfi.293.000 In this week last year. Fol
lowing; are me returns tor tnis week, with
percentages of change from this week
last year:
J Clrartnn. Ine. Dee.
ll.IOM41.000 1.2 j
llI.7J4.OOi) 2.4 I
IM.UI.OW t
170.072.01) 15 4
71.110.000 II
44,4M.O0O 7.7
41.170.0CO .2
47.M9.000 ...... 1 4
I7,r2,0 4.7
a.241.000 1.1
24.2tt.0O0 5 I
11.744.000 1.21 .....
22.1M.090 4.0
14,710.000 1.0
17.4S2.OO0 4.4
lt.B21.00) 4.
11,2:4.000 2.4
14.9flS.OftO 24 4
12.40S.tOO 1
12,145.000 41 I
11.472.000 1.1
10,70.000 U.3
11.2O2.OO0 20.B
2.072,000 4.0
M5S.OO0 J.S
2.2.0O0 1.2
4.414.O00 2.7 i. ..
7.4M.OOO 2.1
7.27S.OO0 2.4 .. ..
M4J.000 2
7.481.000 72
6.211,000 1.6
B.2M.M0 1.1
4.711.000 4.4
6.141.000 6.5
4.O44.0O0 21.2
6.247.O00 1,4
I.OM.OOO 2
4.011,000 2.0
S.lSA.ono 2 1
2.4.M.O0O It
4,144,000 2.1
4,11.000 4.2
2.271,000 20.4 ... .
3.2SS.030 2.
3.S12 0001 . . 0
2,144.000) 2.2
2,840,000 1
l.OOO.OOOj
2,441.000 U.I
2.462.OO0 4.7
2,442.000 1T-.0I . .
2.744,000 20.21
2.411.000 21. 2l ..
2.SM.000 7.0
2.114.0O0 15.4
S.104.000.
2.12O.0OAI 20.0
2.444.0O0 2.6 . ..
2.129.000 4.1
2.111.000 1.7
2.3W.OO0I 21 71
11(4.000 12.41
2S1.000I 17. !
CITIES.
Nw York....
Chletco
rnnturirnia
boston
PI Lotilt ...
rittsburih ..
Ktnui otr .
4n KrsnclKo
Biitlmnra
Detroit
Clnclnnitl ...
HlnnMpolla
Cleln1 . .
Loa Angla
New OrTfani
OMAHA
Mtlwauke ..
AlluiU
LouliTllla ...
Frattl
Duftalo
rortltn4, Or.
St. Paul . ..
Dnr
In4UttMlls .
ProtldMice ..
Mtmphli ....
HUhmond ...
Fort Worth .
Bt. Jetton
WahlnitHi
D. O
NnhTlll
Albany
Columbuft .....
Salt Ldke City....
Baotinlh
Toledo'
Dm Molnm
Rofheiter
lUrtford
rtuluth
Spokane
Norfolk
Macon ....
Peorl
Oakland
Floox City
Jarkannrllla, Flo.
Blrm1n1um
Wlrhlta
Grand Rapids ....
Nfw Karen
P-vraeua
Rcranton
Rprlntfl'ld. Maaa.
Worrter
San DIo
Taeoma
I'haltanoota. ......
Dayton
IJttle- Tloek
wiiMllns
Lincoln
Fremont
btocks Ami noiras.
IteTlerr of Operations on Stock Ex
change Dnrlnpc the Day.
NEW YORK, May 2S.-Llttle change
from thn dullness and Irrecrularlty of last
week was shown by today's early stock
market. Initial changes were nominal.
tho only stock to vary more than a very
Bmau iracium ucuih .umiiiuiiciii uivm
which rose k. Unite States Steel and
Amalgamated were slightly lower and the
movement elsewhere waa witnout especial
feature. London's range of prices for
our securities wsa mostly lower and
general news from abroad pointed to a
continuance or recent restraining, conui
tlons. .
Tho market closed heavy today. The
brief period of activity and better prices
resulting from the supreme court de
cision soon gave way to a resumption of
the early idleness. For the most part
tha ntt changes were unimportant.
Number ot sales ana leading quotations
on stocks were as follows:
Salea. II 1th. Low. Clot.
Amalgamated Copper.,..
American Beet Surar ...
Amarloau Agricultural....
American CanNN
American Can ptd
American C & F
American Cotton Oil....
American lee gecurulee
American Llnaeed
American Locomotive ..
American S. a R
Amer. H. H. ptd....
American Sugar ltet....
Amer. Tel. & Tel
American Tobacco
Anaconda Mlnlns
Atchlaon
Atchlton ptd
Atlantic Const Una
Baltimore & Ohio
Bethlehem Ktfel
Brooklyn Rapid Tran...
Canadian Paclflo
Central Leather 1
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chlcaso Ot. Weal
Chi., Mil. A St. P
CM. A tt. Vi.....
Colo. Fuel t Iron
Consolidated Oaa
Corn Producta
Del. a Hudion .'
I), t K. O
Dlatlllerar Secutittea ..
Krle
Krie lit prd
Brie 3d pM
General electric
Great Northern prd
flreat Northern Ore ctfa.
Illlnola Central
InterborouKh.Met. ptd. .
Interborouch-Mct.
International Harr eater.
International Marine ptd
International Pump ....
Kanaas Cltr Southern..
Laclede Oaa
Lehtih VaJltr
Loularllte & Naahvllle..
M., St. P. a fl. 8t. M.
M.. K. & T
Mlaaourt Pacific
National lUecult .......
National Lead .........
N. Ttr. of M. 2d pM..
New Tortc Oenftral
N. Y . O. A W
Norfolk A Weet........
Norfolk & Western
North American
Northern Pacific
Pacific Mall
Teonaylanla
Peoplea Gna
Pitta.. C. C. & Bt. L...
Ptttabunth Coal
Preaaed 81 eel Car
Pullman Palaea Oat.....
Iteadlns
Republic I, 8
(Republic I. a 8, pfd....
Rock laland Co pfd.,..
Rock lektnd Co
. I A a. T. Sd pfd.
Sabeard Air Una
Beaboard Air Un pfd.,
Sloae-Shameld S. A I..
Southern Pacific ....
Southern Railway
Southern Railway pfd...
Tenneaeee Copper
Texea A Pacific
Union Pacific
I'nlon Pacltlo pfd
United Hlale Realty ..
United Statea Rubber. .
United Ptatea Si eel pfd.
Utah Copper
Va-C Ch. (. riiht)....
WaUah
Wabath Pfd ......
Western Maryland ......
Weetero Union
Weetlnshotwe Electric
Wheeling A Like Brie.
Chlno Coppr
R. CVmi. Ooncwr
2,200 11H 72H TSH
22
U
600 2ttt 2IH 2iV4
400 2IVi 21V
) 41 W tu4
1W
200 21Va 21Vi 31
sua low t 2V
DO (lit 64 64
100U
400 106U 1 106 Ij
400 121 1214. 121H
::vi
au
400 94 Mil
MU
122
2,300 m tlt 22
2.204 42 IH 4IV4
1,300 V2 2V
4.200 194H IMVi 1M1.
300 S4H 34H 3i,
1.400 41 42U 6 J "4
13
200 1004 lOOUj 100H
13H
27'i
200 1UU IM 1274.
1
200 141K 14141 140
11
14
1.000 SU 23
41K
2
200 142 142 141H
200 12411 124U 124H
600 32U lt 224
110
Vi
400 li 144 14Vi
lost..
700 141 44a Vt
, 4
2614
H
. 1,600 140 12H 1H
136
. ... 123
201 17 164 1H
4,200 HVt IIS 16.
130
45
1014
400 93i sm SS
26
S00 104H 104T4 104H
76H
400 UOH UOVi UOVt
23
700 11m mil nit;
200 111U 121 121
3i
20
4214
144 '4
10.400 146H 145H 164H
H
200 SIS 47ti 47
2O0 4S 4S K
200 2 2 2
6
600 204 1V 194
600 644. 424; HVi
21
eno 22 92H 1
1.200 22 141.
7V
200 21 S 244i 24S
lVi
4,600 141 117U 147
400 11H 2H UH
r 6h
25.700 2S 2S MH
00 110 110 10'
4.200 blV, HS 47H
200 V 2SS 2SS
H
24
400 so 1914 mt
1S
4,600 12U 7IS 7JS
3H
41S
700 SIS 114 US
Total tales for the day. 111.600 aharea.
Loral Securities.
Quotations furnished by Burns. Blinker
ds CO.. at? uxnana aiiuiiai x3o.ua, uuiiu
lng Omaha;
mo. Aiwa,
Crowell' Lumber Oa. lllh
Deere A Co. p
Fairmont Creamery pfd. I per ceat.. M" 100
Fairmont Creamery guar , I per cent.. SH 101
Omaha A C. B. ttr. & Bridie 06 u
Union Stock Tarda. Oman.. lira
Swift a Co.. I per "gris "1M ' 1"'
Columbua Neb.. Eltc. Lt. ' Sa. 1H4. .U M
Chleaso A N. W. 4t, 1MI 24 MH
Fall River Co.. 8. D.. Sa. 1M2 102 101 14
Un. Ky & Lt f. 1J2
Lea Anaelea Rr. ea. 1241 M 24
New Tork Bute iV,t 10IH 10
Omaha Elee. Ut. A 1'ower ta. leu.... 11 HH
Cltr of Omaha Sewer 4Ha. 1234 101 101a
Cltr of Omaha. 4Ua. 141 IMS 101
Omana a c . t. nr- ea, i-. i
Ptint Sound T . L. P. (a. 1212. loo 101
Rlvenlde Co.. Cat Sa. 1210 102H lot 22
Cirnnanln. Cel.. Via lf n ni
San Mi(o WaUr 2a. 1220 . .. 102T4 104 IS
Swift Co. oa, iw h
Sloui Cttr Pock Yarda Se. 1120 2m 22H
Flout City Telep. a. 124 1
Weet Tenn. Tree. Pr cent notea... im 92
Ex. DlT, w
Bank ClearingTs.
OMAHA. May 25.-Pank clearinga for
nmaha. todar were $2,660,827.37 and for the
corresponding day last year 23.03,033.22.
London fltoek Market.
LONDON, May 23. American icurttlea
were dull and featureless aunng ine nrai
hour today. At noon prices ranged from
Hd above to Hd below parity.
CONSOLS For money, 7H; account
74 s-is.
SILVTQR Bar. weak.
MONOT1 per cent; short bills.
Sale of Goodyear Raincoat Co. Stock
Continues. All Coats Marked at One-Half to
One-Fourth Usual Retail Selling Prices.
Don't Miss the
Furniture and
Rug Eargains
in Our May
Clearance.
White Chep Shapes
Nevr mid-srnnnipr blocks, fine ends quality;
your choice of the lot
PANAMAS -Made to sell
new styles
Tuesday's Linen Specials
Napkins, half dozen lots, pure flax, full size, values to ?5.00 dozen,
6 for S1.50
Guest Towels pure Irish Linen, hemstitched, with place for monogram,
39c values Tuesday, each 25
Table Padding, heavy and heat resisting, 54 Inches wide, our regular
30c quality, yard 20
Assorted lot Crochet Bed Spreads, values up to J2.75 each.. $1.98
Odd Lots and Broken Lines of
Women's Ready-to-Wcar Garments at
One-Half to One-Third Actual Worth
One Lot of Raincoats from the Good
yenr stock that sold at $3.C0; while
they Inst $1.00
All sizes for women or misses.
Nobby Tailored Suits Made to sell at
$15.00 nnd $18.00; new styles, most
desirable fabrics JS7.95
House Dresses I Japanese Kirao-
Percnles or ging
hams, pretty
styles, $1 .00 and
$1.25 values; on
sale at . . . .45c
Bungalow Aprons
75c values, cut
long and full,
best colors; on
sale at . . . .39c
nos
handsomely em
b r o i d e red ; on
sale Tuesday
at $ 1.&5
Spring C o ats
Nobby new
styles, $.10 val
ues, 100 to select
from, at $5.00
See the Beautiful New Summer
Greatest variety evor shown: at
S3.95 85.95 $7.50.810
Special Bargains In Our Popular
Domestic Room
Closing out lines of wash goods
at vry low prices.
36-inch Percales, the 12 c grade,
at 9d
25c Plain Crepes 152
25c Kiddy Cloth, so popular for
the kiddies, on sale at . . 15c
10c Plain Cambrics 5
25c Silk Striped Crepes .... 15c
25c Chiffon Voile 15c
15c Printed Creps IOC
25c Rice Cloth 15c
18c Zephyrs, 32-irich ... 12c
EXTRA SPECIATi
10c, yard wide Bleached Muslin,
at 5c
Simpson's 6c Prints . . ... . . . . 4c
59c Sheets, 81x90 37l4tJ
12 VtC Pillow Slips, 42x36 7?c
1 case of $1.50 Bed Spreads 88c
1 case of $2 Bed Spreads 81.19
1 caso of fine Printed Curtain
Scrim, 18c quality, on sale 102
1 case of Indigo Blue Apron
Checks, fast colors, 64c grade,
at : 39ic
1 case of 40-inch Lawns, 12 Vic
quality 5J
1 case of 22x46 Bath Towels, very
heavy and large, made to sell at
25c, on sale at 10c
Wash Goods Dept.
Specials
Just in, an entire line of new
novelties in summer wash fab
rics. Very low priced.
Dolly Varden Crepe, worth 50c,
at 38C
Woven Stripes 25c
Paris Foulards 25c
Crepe Voile 35)
36-lnch Reception Voiles 25
$1.00 Crope de Chine.. 85c
Batisto 12 Vic
Organdies 18t3
Flannelettes 15c
And thousands of other goods
too numerous to mention, but
priced equally low.
22 LBS. BEST GRANULATED SUGAR.
48-lb. Saok Best High Qrads (I fl C
Dlaunond K Plour Q I lUaJ
10 bars Beat 'Em All, Diamond C,
Lenox or Laundry Queen white laun
dry soap, for SSo
6 cans LuLu scouring soap. It beats
the Dutch Mo
6 cakes Seleno scouring soap....3So
10 lbs. best white or yellow corn meal
for ISO
G lbs, choice Japan rice .35o
4 lbs. fancy Japan rice, 10c quality.
for 25o
6 cans oil or mustard sardines, . . 3So
4 cans fancy sweet sugar corn.... 35c
3 cans Early June peas 35o
3 cans solid packed tomatoes 3So
32-ox Jar pure fruit preserve 35c
Tall can-i Alaska salmon lOo
16-oz can condensed milk 7Hc
E. C. Corn flakes, pkg. ,...6o
Grape Nuts, pkg lo
The Best domestic macaroni, vermi
celli or spaghetti, pkg 7Mo
The best hand picked navy beans, U.
for 80
Large bottle Worcester sauce, pure to
mato catsup 'or pickles, all kinds 840
Hankln Bros. Electric Spark soap,
notHlng like It for washing, 7 bars 35o
THS VSOBTABX.B MARKET rOH
THE FHOFLS.
Fresh spinach, peck Bo
it tbv uvns'Ci nmr it
PAYS
ini I in 8
3 15-153 per cent; three months. 2J per
cent
Metal Market.
NEW TORK. May SB. it BT A LS Lead,
quiet; SS.I&&3.96; London. 1S 10s. Spelter,
quiet; JS.C6fr6.15; Ixndon, 11 7s fid.
Copper, quiet; spot and July, 313.700
1UIH; electrolytic Slt-25; lake, nominal,
castings, fU-0031i.ll Tin. steady; spot.
Fireman's Un
iform Summer
Shhts at Man
ufacturer's Oo.st Prices.
98c
at $3.00; splendid
$1.98
$4 values,
Dresses
up from
812.50
For Your Drugs and
Toilet Goods
Try Hay den's First
It Pays. Note Special Prices for
Tuesday and All This Week.
lOo cake Palm Olive or Jap Rosa
Soaps, per bar.... 3o
Pear's Unscented Soap, per bar. ,7J4o
15c package of 20 Mule Team Borax.
for 4o
Pebecco Tooth Paste ....aSo
Lyons' or Kolonos Tooth Powder or
Paste ioo
A2urea Latreflo Face Powder. .. .660
15c bar White KoBe Glycerine Soap 9o
1 Plnaud's Genuine HtUr Tonic. 79o
50c I. a Blanche or Carmine Face
Powder 3Bo
25c Bath Sweet lOo
60o Stillman's Freckle Cream.... 35o
60c California Syrup of Fiffs...35o
05c Fletcher's Castorta ,.17o
60c Danderine or Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur 05o
25o Cutlcura or Woodbury's Soaps,
at 13Vio
50c size Bromo Seltzer -...350
25o size Sal Hepatlca 13Ho
100 Dr. Hlnklo's Cascara Tablets lOo
Two doz. 5-grain Asperin 10c
26c Peroxide. Sanltol or Pond's Ex
tract Face Creams...., lOo
Eight bars of Ivory Soap aso
26c Santa Flush ....14o
10c Shlnola Shoe Polish... - 3o
Three bars of Williams' Shaving
Soap Bo
60c quality Rubber Gloves. palr..l8o
14.00 Syringe and Bottle, guaranteed
for two years $1.39
Underwear Section
Domestic Room
Men's Summer Union Suits,
balbriggan and mesh, all sizes
69c values, at .... 49J
Ladles' Muslin Gowns, Combi
nation Suits and Skirts, 75c
values at 49c
Boys' Blouse Waists, K. & S.
Brand, fancy stripes, plain
white, light and dark blue,
chambray, with .starched collar
band, values to 75c, ut...iaUo
Ladles' and Misses' Gauze Union
Suits, laco trimmed, all sizes,
SSc values at..... 3So
Mr.'s Blue Chambray Work
Shirts, with collars, all sizes, 14
to 1?. Regular 50c values.. 3So
3 for $1.00
Ladles' and Misses' Gauze Vests,
l!Uc values at 7Uo
-J
.$1.00
2 bunches fresh asparagus 50
3 bunches' home-grown radishes. ,. .So
3 heads fresh leaf lettuce.. lOo
4 bunches fresh rhubarb so
6 bunches fresh onions 60
ttebh beets, carrots or turnips, per
bunch 4o
Fancy Illpe Tomatoes, lb 100
A310THEK CAS Or PINEAPPLES
W advlaa our customers to buy now.
Extra fancy, large size, each,,..i8o
Per dozen 81.70
Fancy medium large size. each.. 130
Per dozen 51.45
Jieaium size, eacn 100
i-er aozen
Choice medium size, each.
Per dozen
Small size, each
Per dozen
. -S1.10
...7Wo
. ...85o
- ..6VI0
... .700
HAYDEH'S rOK BTTTTEB AJTD
CHEESE,
A Saving of 35 to 50 Per Cent.
The best creamery .butter, carton or
bulk, per lb 330
Fancy Jo 1 country creamery butter,
lb ago
The best dairy table butter, lb..,. 330
Full cream Wisconsin or Young Amer
ica cheese, lb 300
Jenny Bms. famous brick cheese,
nothing finer or like It. lb loo
ssrsaal I 1 pfly$
3.U10S83.30; July. 333.333.40. Antimony,
dull; Cookson'B. t7.3atf7.3JVa. iron, steady!
No. 1 northern. lS.35Jie 75. No. 3 northi
ern. H5.6Jfil6.R0: No. 1 southern, 3R75
16 IS; No. i' southern. U.50fis.CA London
prices. Copper, steady; spot. 63 2s 6d
futures. 63 IRs. Tin. steady; spot. i
, CT tP"18' "y 25. MBTA LB Lead,
lower, 33.80; spelter, dull. H9ni86.0X
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