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THh BbKr OAfAMA, TlhDA,, J INK !), VJU.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
July Wheat is Considered in Strong:
CORN LOOMS UP IN STRENGTH
Yellnw Cerral Ham Oootl Hold on Ihr
Market Inilrprndrnt of Other
Ornlnn r.Tfn In Vncr nt (he
OMAHA. Jun K 19H.
The wheat markets of the world are In !
an abnormal posit.on. brought abiit byiiC"'
the excellent demand for the old cropi box. Apples. lien Davis, it .76 box.
ana the reeling on the buying side thai
the new crop Is unllkey to mote lu points
of distribution as cilv j has been gen
erally reckoned. The surplus n-heAt In
the eouthwtit has been pretty eil clenred i
up ana ittcnuit or th.s the new wnc.ni
will go into the hands of millers
July wheat is In ulronr Dii.vtlon. It
Is laigely short In this niarnct as the oni
bear crowd haa put out heavy commit
ments In the belief that they woul i b
a,be to deliver, or that the price of that
month would sell oK and give them n
Chance to coter at handsome profits.
Cash .wheat strength hns been a disap
pointment to more than one of the snort
sellers and the likelihood Is that thor
who remain out until the month of July
rolls afound will experience some tiouble
In retting under cover.
Corn has shown Independent strength
of late and this In the face of heavy
selling. 'the casn cjeniana lor corn
while moderate, Is at times searching be
cause of the fart that the receipts are
light- It wa bettered a few days Ago
that, conditions surrounding tha Argen
tine corn situation would no longer provo
a price maker in the markets of the
world, but the weather there la again
unfavorable, and the shipments will fall
off and Importing countries ma ossl
b)y come to this country for supplies.
Oats are likely to follow tne price;
changes in corn. Crop reports are some
what better. The cash trade has been
fall and atocks In all positions continue
to. Tall oft.
Thre are some men In the provision
trade who look upon the situation as .hav
ing veered around Into a more healthy
channel, One of these Is W. I.. Oregnon,
the prevision specialist, who follows he
ctuihi traa aa well aa the, hog market
with, clots attention. .He says that the
Itre hps market had quite an upturn, hut
there. Is still a disposition on the part of
packers to buy them at a lower level on
ahs signs of increased receipts.
Cash wheat was unchanged,
Ch corn was UOo higher.
Cash- oata were He higher.
Tha following cash sales were reported!
Wheat: No. J hard winter, 1 cat, W4c; 1
ear. SSe: K car, 87 He. No. 4 hard winter.
1 ar.,87J4c,; 1 car. 86Hc. No. 3 spring, 1
car-, KHc No. mixed, 1 car, S7r, Oats:
Standard, l car, V4c. No. 3 white, 11
ear; SHc; 1 car, c No. 4 white, csrs,
38c; '8 'ears, 3&c No grade, 1 car, 3SHc.
COrn; No. 2 white. 10 cars, 71 Ho; 2 cars,
71ie; No. 3 white, 4 cars, flic; 1 cars, Wic;
.ckr, TBHc No. 4 whit". cars, TOKc: 1
car, 70c. No. 2 yellow, 10 cars, 70o; 2i
ear, eMic No. 3 yellow, 5 cars, f4c;
cars, fflUc.'No. 4 yellow ,3 cars, fSHc No.
3 mixed, 3 cars. C9Hc; 13 cars, 9c. No.
t mixed, 15 cars, (9c No. 4 mixed, 1 car,
, ttUCr 1 car, CSo. No grade, 1 car (outs
V mixed), CSHc; 1 cars (hot), 62c.
Clearances of wheat and flour were
85S,000 bu.; corn. 1.000 bu.; oats, 21,000 bu.
At 'Liverpool wheat closed unchanged to
id lower, corn. H44d higher.
Primary wheat receipts were 657,000 bu,
and shipments l.tw.000 bu., against re
ceipta of LOS3.000 bu. and shipments of
47000 bu. last year.
Prlmarj' cori receipts were 1.600,000 bu.
anfl shipments C92.O0O bu., against receipts
of 1,'WW.OCO bu. and shipments of 618,00 bu.
Prima rj- oats receipts, were 913,000 bu.
and khlpftienta 922.000 W, against' re
ceipts of 1,400,000 t)U. and shipments of
7JJ.000 bu.' last .year. v
-Wheat, Corn. Oata,
Chicago , 43
Duluth it..,.,., ,44
Kansas City 2
Hf "LoMlS .' , 32
Wlqnlpcl '. 231
Whte. T1S71HC! No. 3 whltp, 70!71c; No,
4 white, tUytf?0Hc;' No. 2 yellow, H8
70c;:b. 3 yellow. !X8JHc; No, 4 yellow,
AHtSc; No. 2, 63fl6JHe: No. 3, &Si6Sc;
No. 4, 761Hc; No .grade,. 62g8e. uals:
No. 2 white. &tit0c; standard, SSVitliio;
o, 3 white, sSj33Uc;-No. 4 -white, SStttt
3' Bariey: ifaltlng.MjieOcj No, 1 feed,
4i6$c, Ryst .No. 2, 4HtfWc. N6. 3, is
dii)&AGO Gn.IN ANI PnOVIBIONS
lattire of the Trading? nnd Cloalsss
Trice on Board of Trnde.
CHICAGO, June 8. -Wheat eased off to
day, Influenced by private estimates of
what the government crop report this
afternoon would . show estimates that
turned but to "be 'aubiltantlally correct.
Tn'.tloW was barely steady nt the stme
aiSturdav riltht to UffUb down.
i All' tho ieiUIng staples showed a net
ain corn ',wic to4nc. oats ,;i"c tu
ttO..'aAd DroVlslons 7Uc to 5Sc.
.Buslaess In wheat tvas active early, but
at iwiiiic uruer near mi ciose. int
PTojjiect of record-breaking han-est
yl14s . to be. . officially indicated from
WaahlBfrton .put the bears at the outset
lfa, fJhUn mood, and resulted In a de
c4ear bfiik- m prices.
"slr, buying on the decline in wheat
ajisedra rally which, however, was not
fully1 maintained. Export business and
a vylelbls. supply decrease had consider
able1 to do with' encouraging what re
newal 'of good will there "was for the bull
,Con dlscHayed robust strength, In fact
e greatest vigor so far - this season,
nirehaaliMC was. based on the fact that
domeatie, rural pffrrlnga were dwindling
MnA that rainy weather was araln threat.
ehjag' both .the quantity and .quality of
shipments from Argentina. Dgouth In a,
wcbelt extending fromwsobtheru Ohio
to E5aBlm Kansas acted also, against the
bears, ' Illinois And Missouri crop damaga
reporta tended to lift oats. Thevbearlsh
figures from Washington regarding oata
ame'too late to affect the market.
Provisions rose with corn. Weakness. in
xn-.pr,ice or nogs was virtually lennrrd.
Article Open. Hlgh.l low. I Cloie.t bat'y'
Omnh Cash Prices-Wheat: No, 2 hard,
STgtlfMie:. No. Shard. MHSc; No, 4
Hvd, ,aS7Mc; No. 3 spring, fSiMjMrto;
No. .4 spring, WHCitc; No. 2 durum, S8tlf
71S ' 70V
6S , 67S
t40i ' 40
21 00 20 4
'20 17 0J
July.J....vi h 6JHJ 20 6i.
seotrr..:..;. rao V so ont'
10 17H 10 10
1 Ho ,38 i W SS '
10 1J i 10.0714
4ju to za
11,3$ I UM i II S2H
,11 40 I H 40
n 4n,' u no
&1l1S'L,h Wcfs-Wheet; No. 2-rcd.
9fi4l65Hc; No. 2 hard. 9jH895; No. 2 north-etn,-
9768f: No. 1 spring. lf9Sc Xirn:
No. 2. 73ft. iHc; No. 2 yeilow. I$HtJT3c.
No. 3 yellow, .TiJsHe Oata. No. 3
white. 4ieVWc; standard. 4md4!c. Rye;
No, i taSMc. Barltyr M8Te Hees;
mmothy $linfi4.14; qlover. $l0.0OJT.2Ti.
C5vliJ?nliJ?9!k' iUlrd. IO.(91o 07a.
BUTTERSleaJy ; creamsr o. 308Hc.
BOQS ldrt receipts. 18,331 csim: at
mark, cases .Included, lt)iiUc: ordinary
firsts 17U4JU1: firsts. UUWSHc
CHEBSE-Sleady. daisies l44ef4Hc;
twlis, 18fil4oi ,inerlcat. ltS15'.ic; long
horns, WdiiUf. -JLVRSP?6--!1
relpt. SI tars
Jd, (095C; wlilte. Wide; Loultlana ond
Texas, new. $U2r31.85
POULTRY-,ll. higher; .fowls. Ik.
MAjlA t3Etlk. -MAitkltT.
BITTTCR-No. i. J-R. ckitona. rjc; No.
L 19-lb: tuba, 27c,
CHEE5E-Imported SwJsa. c; Atntrl
jw awfts. lie: Mock Sw. 22c; twin.
Je; daisies. l!c; tripleU. - llJ". Young
hll Jfcl .l Vori wn:t,'29c
Tftri-Whlte We; trout, tic: la ji'crap.
m.l$ej KpaAlsh ,niackral, IsV; (had roe
f" . r.1,6. salmon, ilc. hl.t.pt, Uc;
Wa4oT9vCi. channel cattish. pkV,
Jc: lcker fa.
'WRi-Brollers, Xcv hens, lloj
esssfsv. Ittci ducks, to: sreeaa. sc. turkeva
; Jim UP, JrC dpiea. 26c, ducks, full
feathered, tc; geese, full feathered, te,
squabs, No. 1, $1.60; No. 2, tOO
BERF CfTS-Rlbs. No. 1. 17 V . No. J,
Kc, No. t, We. Loins. No. I, 190, No. J,
174c. No. J, Chucks, No. J, llHc;
No. 2, lie, No. S, 104 c. Hounds, No. 1.
Hc; No. -'. 13Hc; No. 3, ll'.ic. Plates.
No. 1. 9c No. :, Hp; No. I, Tie.
The following fruit and vegetable prices
are quoiwi by the Olllniky Fruit company:
PliOllS-Crangos: Extra fancy Hun
klit navels. Kt, M.80 box; Vt, 100s, 2.73
box. ltts, Ms, M.00 box. I', Wfc 216.1
SSOs, .IX box, medium, sweet. ITSs. 280s.
2KSs. ZUi. J3 00 box; extra fancy Cllendora,
Valcnrlsf, !s, Ills, 12Gs. 1S0, 17s, 200s,.
II6s. 2J0s, 12.7ft box. lemons: Extra fancy'
.Golden Bowl ion. Vfia, 17.00 box; fancy
Silver Cord, 300s, SbOs, KM box; extra
rancy Kunklit Trail. 300s. s, 15.76 box.
Grope fruit: Extra fancy, Ms, H.60 box;
?tr ",5 ? '":
VEGETABLES Home grown spinach.
24c per bit.: cabbage, new, Texas, 2e lb.;
cabbage, California, 24e lb.: Texas yellow
Bermuda onions. 12.28 crate: crystal wax.
":rra.le: PPPri. c basket; fancy
"ii. crmr, cn lu'"j
toes, HM crate; ciicumbers, hot house, 60c
l xi.co dos. ; new beets, carrots, turnip,
Wc dor.: oelcry, II. M doi. ; head lettuce,
60c to JI M dox.; leaf lettuce, 40c dox. ;
onions, homo grots n, loc doi. ; radishes,
13c dor.; parsley, &0c doz. ; garlic Italian,
20r Ib.i horse radish. II. SS case: shell pop
corn, K lb.; cabbage plants, 76c box; to
mato plants, 76c box; asparagus, home
crown, per dor., market price about 30c
dor.: hw potatoes. 2Hc lb.; extra fancy
Colorado and Wyoming white stock, 11.15
HONKY New, Colorado. No, 1, 24-frame.
IS.60 crate: California, pony. 14.60 crnte.
CALIFORNIA FntJITS Cherr es. 12.00
box: apricots, $200 crate; plums, $1 crate:
peaches, 13.00 box; red and black cherries,
CAUL n)WKIl- Bra arown. $1.00
PINKAPPl.nB Cubnn. 24s. 30s. X: 42s.
4Ss sizes, $2.60 crate: Florida. $3.25 crate.
NI.TH Salted neanutR. 11.60 rase: No. 1
California walnuts, IftH? lb.; pecans, 12Vic
in.: niDerts, ise in,; aimonas, zoc Hi. ; pop
corn, 6c lb.
JMISUKLIANr.OUH fiurr walnut
dates. $1.26 box; limes. $1.75 basket; crack
erjack, $3.00 case; checUtrs. $3.(0 ease:
crackerjack, half case, $1.73; checkers, half
SP.W YOTtK nKEllAL. MAItKBT
nnntntlnnM f tli Day on Vnrloas
NEW YOltK. June S.-FLOUB-Oulet:
spring patents, $4.G0QI.M; winter straights,
H.2J4.35; winter patents, sl.4(t(4.TO; spring
clears, 14.(004.13; extra No. 1 winter. $3.6u
(jS.M; extra No. 2 winter, $3.40Ir3.63.
wheat-npot market, eaay; no. 2
hard winter. $1.03 W. c. 1. f.. New Yoik:
new No. 2 red. 94Vc, c. I, f., July ship.
ment; No. 1 northern. Duluth. $1.01U: No.
1 northern Manitoba, Jl.OiU. f, o. b afloat;
Jiny, ra i.jk; oepicmoeri 4yc; uecemDer,
COrtN-fipot market, weak; No.' 2 yel
low. MHc. o. I. I.
uath t5pot market, quiet; standurd
White. GH4i47c: No. 3. tlttMV.: fnnrv.
clipped, white. 47Mf49Hc.
iiut-o Mteaay; state, common to choice,
1913. 34if40c: 1912. 16ffMc: 1'aclfle raat.
1913, UifcXc; 191$, 16017c.
HIDE8-Hteody; BogoU, 2930c; Central
WOOIy-Stcady; domestic fleece. X
HAY-quiet, kprlme, $.10; No. 1. $1,121,;
No, 2. $1.06. No. 3. 95cffll.OO: shlonlnir.
L, t5 ATI I K 1 1 Fl rm : hemlock firsts. Xk-.
IrtOVI8ION8-Pork. market, steady:
mess, $22.2MK2.T5: family, $24.0OSTi6.00; short
clear, $19.60821.60, Beef, quiet; mess,
$I7.0018.80; family, $19.00fl20.00. Cut meat,
quiet; pickled bellies, 10 to It lbs., llVlUtv
14.23; pickled hams, $14.00, Lard, quiet;
middle west. JI0.0M10.15: refined, barely
steady, continent, $10.65; South American,
$11.00: compound, dull; JS.25Jf8.60.
ui'TTKH-creamery extras, leviwaio:
firsts. 25X260: seconds. 23I24Ho: process
extras, 2H72IHc; ladles, current make.
MI SIS, I9U19H0,
CHEEHK-Htate whole milk, fresh sna-
calls, UffloHc, average fancy, Uc,
l'juus r resn gatnereu extras, zxunc;
extra firsts, 21H)j22Hc; firsts, 20t)21c.
POUIjTHY Dressed steady: western
chlrkrns, froren, HHQ20c, fowls, 13$?19c;
Corn and Whent Rrglon Hnlletln.
Corn and wheat Tealon bulletin of the
United States Department of Agriculture,
wtather- bureau, at Omaha, for the twenty-four
hours ending at 3 a. m.. 76th
meridian time, Monday, June S:
- Temn. Italn-
Stations. 1 1 la Ik Low. fall.
AShiand. Neb., 73
Auburn. Neb... HO 74
D'ken How, Nb 90 TO
Columbus. Neb. 17 6S
Culbsrtson. Nb. 93 m
Kalrbury. Neb,. 8 71
Fairmont, Neb, 87 K9
d Island, Nb. 66 72
Hartlngt'n, Nb 86 71
Hastings, Neb.. 85 60
Jioiarege, ,eD. pi 7z
Lincoln. Neb... 86 74
No. Plaits, Nb K8 .ft)
Oakdule, Neb.. W 70
Omaha. Neb..., S6 74
Tekamah, Neb. 87 , 70
Valentin. Nb, 78, 6S
Atta. la. $1 70
Carroll, la 86 72
Clartnda. la 91 71
Sioux City. la. 86 72
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
No. of Temp. Bain
District Stations. High. Low.' fall.
Columbus, 0 18
92 70 .20
94 70 .44
92 . 70 ,00
90 '70 .00
94 70 .00
90 . 72 .00
SO 00 ,70
SS 70 .80
uouisvuiev Jty... zc
Indla'nolls. Ind.. IX
HU Louis. Mo.... 13
Pes Moines. la.. 24
Minneapolis .... m
Omaha, Neb..... 17
Light showers orcurred In the extreme
eastern portion of the corn apd wheat
region ana heavy rains in Minnesota ana
South 'Dakota. Falls of one Inch or more
occurred at 'the following stations: In
Minnesota Alexandria, 1.10, In South Da-kota-Mtlbank,
110; Huron, ).: Mitchell,
1.60. L. A. WELSH.
Local forecaster, weather uureau.
Km Cltx fJraln nnjt Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. June 8. WHEAT-No.
2 hard. 91fl3c; No. 8. 894392c; No. 2 red,
9$V4fi94c; No. 3, 9J9Sc; July, SOc;. Btp-
tember. wc. ,
CORK-Ko. 2 mixed. 77612140: No.. 3. 7l
71HC.: Np. 3 white, T3H074q; Nq. 3. 734R
7o: JUiy, 7lTc; eepiemoer, w?4C.
.OAT8l-No. 2 white. 41Ht?lc;
UUTTKR-Creamery, JSc. firsts, 21c;
seconds, lc; packing, UC
KGV3Sr-,KJrat. Uc; seconds, 15c. '
POL'LTRY Hens. Kite: broilers. 27
- LlTerpool Grain -Market.
LIVERPOOL, June fc-WIIEAT-Spot.
steady; To. i .Manitoba. 7tnl; No. .2,
7s d; July, rid; October, 7s lHd; D.
cember. ts iTa. ,
Mlhnrnnolla Grnln 'Market. -
MINNEAPOLIS. June . 8.-.WHEAT-1
July. 91'o; ,eptemDer. 8Jc. Cash. No. 1
nara, ac; ro. i nortnern, rsiiWiTic; no,
2 northern. 90iC92c.
NEW YORK. JUns 8.' ETA LS Lead.
dull. ?J.Wfl3.M; ' London. fl9 5s. Spelter,
qylet. lJ.0i4je.lL; London. (21 7s 6d. Cop
per. dull: spot and August, S13.40til3.ltt,
eiectrfliytiiv iu.oint.; iaae, nominal
tk tii'u w wa-t-vM iaaU iivillllio,!
istlng. $14.t0014.I2U. Tin, firm; spot. $3).
31.10: Aucust. m7(V3Jl.ai Antimony.
dull; Cookson's, $7.2S4f7.3TH. Iron, quiet.
No. 1 northern. $1S.C01S.60:.No. 2 114.7ift
15.3S; No. 1 aoMtherl. $I4.7SQ1&.25, No. 2.
$lf.5Jfi 15.00. ' ir
Indon prices: Copner. steady; spot. fl
lus; ruiurcs, toj .s i. iin. quiets spot,
112S; Jgly. fill. Iron: Cleveland warrants,
BT. LOl'IS. June 8. METALS Lead;
quiet, but steady, S3.S2H. Speller, weak.
t.. . ,
Copper Block, Increase.
NEW YORK. June 8. -The report of the
Copper Producers' association for May
shows an Increase In stocks, on hand of
14.0CS.640 pounds compared with the pre
London Stock Market.
LONDON, Juno S. American securities
were quiet a,nd If regular during" the early
trading today. At noon price ranged
from above to below parity.
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Best Grades of Cattle Steady and
Others Slow to Lower.
H00S FULLY TEN CENTS LOWER
Very Frrr Fat Sheep or Lambs Com
Ins: Forward Demand Hood
nnd Prlcea fJenerally T"n
BOUTH OMAHA, J-ine 9, 1914.
Estimate Monday ..
Cattta. nogs. Sheep.
Same day last week,.,. 2,002
Same I weeks ago.i..,, 4.0T7
Same 3 weeks ago 2.51S
fame 4 weeks ago. . .. 2,694
Same day last year...., 2.78
The following table shows the. receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date, aa compared with last year:
191C 1911 Inc. Due
Cattle 381.M2 30,602 1S,0
Hogs ........ 1,197,9S 1.293,276 93.2S8
Phccp . .. 1.000.S46 M3.S05 134,211 ......
The following table shows the range of
prices for hog at the fiouth Omahs live
stock market for the- last few days, with
HSU. I 1914. I1JIJ. I1j.i!911 ili.19.UW.
8 17H K 29
7 431 3 64
7 4S 5 69!
7 46 E 621
7 i 6 70
9 43 '
9 39 6 97
9 ll 7 10
9 14, 7 II
9 Zi 7 M
U 39, 7 02
7 37 S
9 38 1
9 33 7 11
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the union Htock Yards, South Omaha,
Neb., for twenty-four hours ending at
3 o'clock p. m., June 8, 1914.
C, M. tc Bt P 2
Missouri Pacific 5
Union Pacific 6
C. & N. W., east 3
C. & N. W.. west. ...34
C St. P., M. & 0..14
(.'., 11. k Q., east.... 8
C U. & g west,,.. 11
C, H. I. A: P., east.. 4
C. It. I. A P., west. 1
Illinois Central 4
C. O. V 3
DISPOSITION HEA D.
morris s to,
Swift & Co. ...V... ......
Cudahy Pocking Co.,,.
Armour &. Co.,.,
Lincoln Packing Co
Kay Packing Co
Hill k Son
V. O. Ixwls
J. I). Root & Co
J. II. nulla
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co,...
D. & F....7.
Totals .....2,210 6.536 2,318
'CATTLE The cattle run was small
again this ntornlng, only ninety-four .cars
being reported In, which whs only a
trifle l&rger than last week, nut not us
large aa a year ago. , .
There was a good ' buying demand tor
good to choice yearling beeves, nnd
cattle of that description brought steady
td oholce prices. Aa hight as $9.00 was
paid tor the best hre. Heavy and medium
cattle wero slow to possibly loc lower 'n
some cues. '
There' wets only a few "cows 'and helf
rs here and good dry lot kinds .com
mended firm prices. On the other hand
tho market was weaker on stock show
ing grass, and prices on cattle of mat
Description may be expected to work
downward .aa usual at. tills season.
There were not enougn siocners or reea-
ers in sight to cut mucn figure in tne
tfade, but the feeling 'was About steady.
Quotations on Cattle Uood 16 prima
yearlings, 4S.WO6.0O; good to choice beef
stcsrs. !t; fair to good beef steers,
IX.01W&.W; common to fair best steer.
V7,ra.vu; gooa 10 cnoica oornieo neuers.
7.o.w. good to choloa coritfed cows,
$7.0W7.75; fair , to good gradis, $6.00
7,00; common 16 fair grades, $3.7bi36.vv:
gooa to cnoicu atocKBrs . ana letnier.
7.7itiOo: fair to good stock rs and feed
ers. 37.IOS7.76: common to fair stockera
and feeders, IY.00$?.4Q; stock Cows and
heifers, js.oum.io; stocK calves, a.txakai
veal caivss, u,wsu,w; duus, atugs. etc..
No. Av. Ur, .Ns. - - .
1J... M 7 SO 40,
1 1)14 -1 kit
.lMr; I) If
iw: i n, ,
.IW7 I M
, V(H I 40
.lit! I 40
, 841 I 40
9041 I 40
ii ;...iwi in.
21. 10t 7 IS
II,,. IN 7M'
11 101! 7r
II .1101 7 to
1 1M7 1 04
l.i lira s n
80 1160 10
111! . I II
112M I U
ISM' I 41
11,,'. , ,,1111 io
1 ...Tit I 10
40 U4t 10
11. lttl .1 11
11 1011 I II
li lit! I U
1146 I M
lilt I 50
..,.1110 I It
.... Ill 1 10
,...U10 I ts
....mo i u
941 I 10
...... ...1U7 I (8,
1) ......ItM. 17
It.,...,...,. T7 I M
M ..9 00
aiKP4ria jxitLi jixir
KM Tl II. ......... .10M 111
..... ill. 7,M . Ui IS
771 , 1 10 11 11 1,40
..... Ill I 10 M tU I 4t
Ill 4 00
.11(0 1 31'
. Ill' I to
. HO 3 T
.1110' I 71
1013 I II
i.:..., low i'io
1 1240 0
1... 1170 M
1 110 t M
1.., WO 71
II., 87 171
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8TOCKKRS AND FEEDERS-
up this morning, about nlriety-fl'e cats,
tr f;00 head, -being reported- In. This Is
2.200 larger than last aeek, and 3.400
iHibn iii.ii if , n i,. aiw
hsaVler than the correipondini; Monday
iui jrkr. ,
With other markets reported Very bear
ish, and a- goqd sISed supply In' sight,' the
local tr,ade opened du)l. aqd everything
pointed to a sharp break h values. Dur
ing the early rounds shippers' and specu
latdrs bought a very few loads that tcere
5010a lower, but their purchases were
very limited. Packers did not start out
until about 9.30, and when they began
bidding tlrts (figures offered looked about
a dime lower than Saturday's average,.
Sellers were asking IS.00, and waiting tor
values to strengthen up a little before
tbey cut loose; but offers- remained In
the same notches for quite a while, and
finally. Instead of bracing up they eased
off a little more, this time .dropping to a
The market dragged along with noth
ing much selling, until well along to
wards 11 o'clock, when by tacking a
shade hre and there on to olds, packers
manured to clean up practically every
thing at fully 10c lower prices, Aftar a
trading, basis waa reached. It did not take
long to clean up tha ru.$)fb, and avery
fair olMrantf waa msida .by 11 o'clock.
Tha bulkr-of tha offerings stored at
(7 92H.9S Karly In the day shippers paid
as high as iM,, the top for the day
4t Bh. 'rr
40 7 IW.
... 7 K
321 1 7 M
110 7 M
. 7 I2H
.. 7 JH
10 7 MU
M." 71 W1M
40 7 M
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(3 2 130
.US 130 IK
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77 314 1 7
70 U1 ISO IN
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10 7 96
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SHEEP Hardly enough sheep or lambs
arrived to maki a market, but the few
here sold largely a dime higher. No more
than some 2.100 head were reported In.
compared with 2,744 last Monday, 3.R53
two weeks ago and 3,805 a year ago. Other
markets were fairly well supplied,, but In
most cases prices at those points were re
ported early as steady to a ahade off
Current prices give the trade a top-heavv
appearance, and the majority of the trad
ers are of the opinion that future condi
tions will hinge on supply figures. The
recent advances are attributed to the
short supplies and not to any Important
rise in values on the eastern dressed mut
ton markets, and this Is generally the
case at this time of the year between
seasons, Today'a supply being small and
the inquiry good, sellers were not long In
disposing of their offerings, thus effect
ing another early clearance nnd leaving
the trade In a good, healthy condition.
A new top on clipped lambs for the
season was recorded by the sale of 450
head, averaging 75 pounds, which went
to ine pacxera ax ss.tu. nuiit or toaay s
business In clipped lambs took place
Some fat ewes were picked up readily
at $5.75. The highest point reached by
ewes last week waa $5.00. Aside from the
one transaction of clipped ewes little of
anything else was done In the aged sheep
Quotations on Sheep and Lambs Bhorn
stock: Lambs, good to choice, $J.6OJf8.70;
lambs, fair to good, $3.C0$rS.EO; yearlings,
good to choice. $4.90S7.16; yearlings, fair
to good, W.!O36.a0; wethers, good to choice.
S5.taO6.90: wethers, fair to good, $S.40ft
S06; ewes, good to choice, $5.6036.85; ewes,
fair to good. $5.2&g5,60.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MAHKET
Hon nrcrlpta Fnlry llr.avr and the
CHICAGO, June 8. CATTLTS-Racelpts,
19,000 head: market, steady to 10c lower;
beeves. $7.20&9.25; steers, $6.EO8.10:
Blockers and feeders, $S.SSCiS.25: cows and
heifers, $3.708.70r calves, $7.X810.aV.
Iioas-Recelpts, 48,000 head; market,
active, 10c lower; bulk of sales, $8.10S.20;
light. $7.95.22K; mixed. $7.95(36.25: heavy,
$7.7t.: rough, $7.75417.90; pigs, $7.107.80.
8 KEEP AND LAMHS-Recelpts, 16,000
head; market, steady to 10c higher; sheep,
$5.66tf.4Q; yearlings, $fi.S5gi7.60; lambs,
$&.C0&6.85; springs, $7.6099.85.
Kansas City Lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. June 8. CATTLE
Receipts, 7,000 head; market, steady;
prime ltd steer. $S.60ftO.0O; dressed beef
steers, $7.4006,45; western steers, $5,600
8.75' southern steers, $O.S&S.10; cows, $4X0
heifers, $6.76478.75: stockera and
feeders, t6.201J8.p6; -bulla, $S.507.25; calves,
HOGS-neeelDts. $7,900: bulk. $7.9338.15:
heavy, $S.10afl.l7H: packers and butchers.
W.17V4; HKht, $7,90B.12H: pigs, $7.60
atictn-n . wn r.nma Ti,..ini. in crm
head: market, steady: lambs, IT.tWo.W;
yearlings, $S.007.00; wethers, $5.25(6.00;
ewes; $4.60n&.I5; stockera and feeders,
&t. Loots Lire Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. June 8. CATTLE
Receipts, 4,000 head; market, steady; beef
Steers, $7.6039.00; cows and heifers. $4.25
00.00; stocKers and feeders. 5n.0Ofi8.0O;
southern steers, $5.75n6.i5; cows and helf
tr, $40S4.7J5; native calves, t6.00a0.CO.
HOGS Receipts, 8,700 headr pigs' and
lights, $.60S.25; mixed and' butchers, $8.10
08.30: good heaT. JS.208.25,
8HH)EP AND LA MBS Receipts, 12,400
head; market, steady;, sheared muttons,
II.TWJG.00; sheared lambs, $7.00S8.CO.
Hioni; Cltr Ll Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, June 8. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,600 head! market 10c lower: nar
tlve 'steers. $7.804W.60: hutchera. $5.8541
7.T5; cows and heifers, $5.C047.40; canners.
n.uucaa.by; stocKers ana reeaers, (,iy
7,40: calves, $7.25i0.50; bulls, stags., 'etc.,
IIPQS Receipts, 5,600 head; market, 50
fOd lower; heavy. $7,92H07.95; . mixed, $7.90
C7.92tf ; light. $7.857.90: bulk, $7,87V.92SJ.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 000
head, no quotations.
5t Joseph Lire Stock aiarket
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. June S. CATTLE
Receipts, 1.000 head; market steady:
steers. -,$7,509.25: cows and heifers, $4.60
8.75.' calves. $5.00a0.25.
HOGS RecelptJ. 4,000. hea,d; market 10c
lon top, '$S.-20r bulk of sales, $7.958.10.
SHEEP. AND .LAMBS Recetota. 1.200
I head ;,rnaTk(,sl6w; largbs;' $7,609.26,
Lire Stock In Stent.
Receipts pf live stock at the five prin
cipal western markets:
Cattle Hogs. SheD.
South- Omaha 2,000 4,400 3,760
entcago ,, 19.000
Kansaa City,. 7,000
St. Louis ..i 4,900
Sioux city : two
. Totals -. 34.400 73,600 4L4GO
.N.BW .y6rK. June 8.-COTfTON-Fu-tures
closed steady ; July. 13.220 ; August,
13.13c;. October, 1174o; JJecembsr, li76c;
January, 12.62c; March, 12.67c. Spot mar
ket, quiet; middling, 13.65o; gulf, 13.900.
Sales, 700 bales,'
LIVERPOOL, June X.-OOTTON Spot,
ateady; good middling, S.35d: middling,
7,73d,; .low, middling, 7.25d. Sales, 4,000
bales. - . ,
. Qmafaa llay Market.
'PRAIRIE HAY Choice upland. $14,000
$15.00; No. 1. $1$.00S14.00; No. 2. 39.000000;
INo. 3. $3.67.00.
"STRAW-Cholce wheat. $5.503 . 00.
Midland-No. 1. $120-13.60: No. i. tadM
13.00; No. 3. $6.00(57.00: No. 1 to choice
lowiana. xi.wmco; no. 2, 37.ooisa.00.
ALFALFA Choice, $1S.OOfJ14.0o; No. 2.
$9.oofii.oo; No; s. $5.oasoo.
NEW YORK, juno 8. COFFKB After
opening at a decline of five to eight
folnta, coffee sold off another point or
wo;durlng early, trading under scattered
realising and" moderate offerings, encour
aged by lower European cables." Cost and
freight offers from 'Brazil were, steady
and the market steodled on covering or
renewed bull support- The dose, waa one
to, five points net lower. Sales. 34.000
bags. June. -9.03c; July, 9.10c: September,
.30e; October, 9.40c; Deoemher, 9.67c; Jan
uary, 9.59c; March. 9.S2c; May, 9.64c. Spot
market, steady;' Rio '7s. &Hc: Santos 4s.
12Hc. M(ld, quiet; -Cordova, ISH'fflSc.
ttraportitert Anytrn ann Dried Pnlta
' NEW YORK. June S.-EVA.PORATED
ARPLES Steady, fancy. . lieiic. choice.
lffflioc; rmnie, 9tH4c.
" DRIED FRlUTS-PTUnes, steady; Call
loweA .fornla. 3THllVic: Orexons. 1CS12C. Anrl.
c?t.. qWlti chplce. I6HWV0; extra
stead); chojee. 6U$64ic; extra choice, 6
3?Hc; fancy. 7CSc. Raisins, quiet; loose
muscatels, 6k5'tc; choice to fancy
seeded, TAiflS'ic; seedless, 6)4070) London
layers, tl.T&Ql RX
Omaha Hogc Market.
. PRAIRIE HAY-Cho(c upland, $14.00.ff
14.S0: No. J. $13.O014.O0; No. 2. $9.00911.00;
No. 3, Si.00Q6.00. Choice midland. $13.00
13.&9; No. 1. $12.004J'13.00; No. 2, $9.O0Htll.W;
No. 3, l4.COfi.Q0. No. 1 lowland. IO.OOiJj)
lano No. 2. $6.0fi1rS:00; No. 3. $4.0OS6.00.
STRAWr-Cholce wheat, $550416.00.
A LFA IiF At-No. 1 to choice. $1100014.00,
No." 2, $9.00411.00; No. 3, ' $S,MK37.00
tlrr Goods Market.
NEN' YORK. June 8. DRY GOODS
Cotton goods were firm today;' yarns.
quUt. Jobbers are buying- more wash
goods arid white goods for,quck sale.
K4LQIN, 111., June 8. BUTTER Firm.
Omaha, real estate la the best Investment
you. could make. Read The Bee's real
Twenty-seven years in Omaha, which, thanks to confidence of the buying public of
Omaha and vicinity, expressed in most liberal patronage, have been very prosperous
years. We thank you and assure you that your confidence is our most valued asset, for
it's this very confidence that has placed us in a position to command of the world's mar
kets such rare values as we are offering in this great annual sale. Watch our window
displays and daily papers for,great bargains.
Pattern Table Cloths, pure linen,
assorted designs and sizes, $5
values, sale price, ea., S2.80
Bath Towels oxtra large size,
twisted thread; regular 39c
values, each 255
Round scalloped Table Cloths,
pure linen, assorted patterns;
regular $2.75 values, sale
price, each 81.98
Bedspreads, white and colored,
fringed or hemmed, full size;
values to $3.00, sale price,
Toweling, pure flax, glass or
Burnsley, values to 15c, at, per
Anniversary Sale of Laces
Laces of All Descriptions on Sale at Half and
Les Than Half Retail Worth.
Vol. Laces Worth 5c a yard; on sale at, per
Val. Laces Worth 10c a yard; on sale at, per
Val Laces Worth 15c a yard; on sale, at, per
yard " 5
Cluny Laces Worth 6c a yard; on sale, at. per,
yard 2 to 4
Cluny Laces Worth 15c a yard; on sale at, per
Nottingham and Point de Paris Laces 20c val
ues, yard 5c
Shadow Flounctngs Made to sell at 25c up to
$2,25 a yard; on sale at, a yd., 15ti up to 985
Allover Laces Made to sell at 50o to $2t25 a
yard; on sale at prices. from 29 to 98
BosnUfnl New Vsnlee Jiacss 20c to $3.00 a yard val
ues 9o to 91.48
Vsnloo Allover Worth from $1.50 to $6.00 a yard.
on sale Tuesday at, yard ...88o to $3.98
Chiffons and .Nets at great underprlelngs this week.
In Our Popular
10c Fine Printed Lawns,
12c Fine Printed Lawns,
15o Fine Printed Lawns,
25c Mercerized Poplins,
18c Mercerized Poplins,
Silk and Cotton Fancy
. . 7 &
High Grade Wash
Prices lower every day until all
$1.00 Fancies 74o
$1.60 Ratines 76a
8 Be Fancies 68a
76o Fancies ....09a
65c Fancies and plain.
59c Fancies and Plains,
WfclU (Joods Voiles. Crepes. Reseda Cloth. Ratines
and everything In white soods, new, at per yard,
...... laUo, loc, 180, 25c, 35c, 60a. and up to 81.50
Several thousand yards of fine wash goods In fine
wash good department, in good long remnants and
wU close out at exactly half the regular price.
wnthinr Mnar mads for Bread. Pisa
Ofckss. This flour Is made from the
finest selected wheat, nothing finer
grown, and a saving to yourself of 60c
per sack. Tuesdny. per 48-lb. sack. 91.05
82 lbs. Bsst Granulated Sugar for.. 81.00
lobars Beat-'Em-AU, Diamond C, Lenox
or Laundry Queen White Laundry
Soap for 35a
10-lba. best White or Yellow Cornmeal
cans Oil or Mustard Sardines 85o
Tall cans Alaska Salmon 100
Imported Smoked or plain Sardines In
J2-oi Jars Pure Fruit Preserves. . .35o
16-oz. cans Condensed Milk 7Uo
The best Domestic Macaroni, VerrmV
' cellt or Spaghetti, pkg. 7Uo
Grape-Nuts, pkg. 1?
The best hand picked Navy Beans, lb. So
4 cans fancy Sweet Sugar Corn S5o
3 cans Karly June Peas. 35o
Advo Jell for dntnty dessert, pkg...7H
Don't .fall to see the demonstration of
Advo Jll and Delft Peanut OH for sal
ads. Large bottles Worcester Sauce. Pure
Tomato Catsup. Pickles (assorted
kinds) or prepared mustard, bot, a Vic
Golden. Santos Coffee, the talk ot Oma
ha, per lb. vi,v ao
For ice tea. ti-y the Diamond Blend, per
lb. , ..... 850
Try HAYDEN'S First
Over 5,000 Belutiful Summer
Dresses, Makers' Samples
Stocks secured by our buyer, who has just re
turned from New York, at a big reduction priced
for our Anniversary sale at from
TO 13 RETAIL PRICE.
The most attractive showing of Women's,
Misses' and Children's Summer Dresses shown
in Omaha in years.
1,000 Beautiful Summer Dresses, in 40 different
styles, beautiful new designs, made to sell up
to $15.00; remarkable bargains at from $1.95,
$2.95, 5.00, $7.50 and rT.$8.95
4,000 Children's Summer Dresses, in 50 different
styles, almost unlimited variety of fabrics and
colorings, sizes 1 to 14 years, values up to $5.00
in 5 big lots at 19c, 39c, 69c, 95c and $1.95
Such Summer Dress Bargains were seldom if
ever before shown in Omaha
Pour Interesting Anniversary Extra Specials
Long Imported Crepe Ki
monos; mado to sell at $4,
Long Silk Kimonos; made
to sell at 15.00, all colors,
Four Rousing Silk
In Our Daylight Silk Dopartmant
Yard Wide Silk Poplins and Ratines, $1.00 and p
$1.25 yard values, good line of colors; at, yard. . . UOU
85c Shower Proof Foulards, $1.25 Black Messaline 88c
Anniversary Price .48c 36 aiso yard
75 pieceB of all silk Fou- . , , . , , .
lards, including -Cheney's black Peau de
famous shower proof the Cfon Taffetas and Satin'
season's best patterns and Duchess, all rich, lustrous
colorings. weaves and all now goods.
75c and $1.00 Imported French Cotton Crepe3, in every
wanted new coloring; anniversary price, 48c and 68c
eries priced at
Be and 10c Embroideries 3c Edges, Bands,
.InsertingB, BoadlngB, on Swiss and cambric, most
attractive bargains; at, yard 3J
10c and 15c Embroideries at 5c Edges, Galloons,
Insortlngs, Beadings or Swiss Nainsook and Cam
bric, anniversary sale price 5J
20c Embroideries at 7c Edges, Demi Flounclngs
and Wide Bands, made to sell at 20c yard, anni
versary Bale price 7&i
85c Embroideries nt 12c 18-lnch Flounclngs,
Corset Covers and Allover Embroideries, regular
values to 3 5c a yard; sale price, per yard 12i
50c Embroideries at 10c A big assortment of 18
Inch flounclngs, 22-lnch Swiss flounclngs and 18
Inch Allovers, anniversary sale price, yard.!9
Several Lots of High Grade Novelty Embroideries;
made to sell at 60c up to $2.25 a yard, at, yard
Domestic Room Fine Wash Goods Less Than Cost
White Goods, at, per yard
5d, 7V4c, io. 12 ti, 15.
Bath-towels, 6c values 3 W J
Bath towels, 8c values K
Bath towels, 10c values. . . .GVi
Bath towels, 12 values. .7V6
Bath towels, 16c values. . . .lOd
uatn towels, 18c values. .12
Bedspreads Best values made for
the price, 59i, 751. 85 S 81.
Ilnfiavufivift' QtfutfiAn Domestic Room
are closed out.
Men'a Blue Chambray Work Shirts, with collars; sizes
14 to 17. Regular 60c values, at 35c; 3 for $1.00
Ladles' Muslin Gowns. Skirts and Combination Suits,
embroidery and lace trimmed; 75c values at,..,.,. 490
Ladles and Misses' Gauze Union Suits, low neck and
knee length; 35c values at ,350
Men's. Ladles' and Children's Hose, all sizes: 12Uc
values, at.-. ...8JS0
Ladles' MuBlIn Corset Covers and Drawers, lace and
embroidery trimmed; S60 values, at, aso
Men's Summer Union Suits, baibriggan and mesh" -U
sites; 69o values at " A'i
Knit Underwalsts for boys or girls, all sizes, 2" to 13
years, 16c values, at .......So
50c Fancies and Plains,
40c Fancies' and Plains,
35c Fancies and Plains,
26c Fancies and Plains,
Sale for Tuesday
E. C. Corn Flakes, pkg. 60
The Talk of Omaha XXayden'a Quality
Butter, Cheese and Srgs.
The best Creamery Butter, carton or
bulk, lb 39o
The best Country Creamery Butter, 38o
The best Country Dairy Butter, lb., 84o
The best strictly No. 1 Fresh Eggs, per
dozen '. 83a
Full Cream Young America, Wisconsin
Cream or New York White Cheese. 30a
Imported Swiss or Roquefort Cheese,
per lb ,...35a
Keufchatel Cheese, each 3o
The Talk of Omaha- Kayden'a Mam
taoth Vegetable and fruit aiarket
New Potatoes, per peck, 15 lbs 40o
Old Potatoes, per- peek. 16 lbs. 30o
Fresh Spinach, per peck.. .....Co
3 bunches of home grown Turnips or
Beets for ; &o
3 bunches home grown Carrots so
8 bunches home grown Radishes. .. .80
6 .bunches home grown Lettuce. 5o
3 large Head Lettuce , .loo
3 Kohl Rabbi 6c
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, lb. loo
4 bunches fresh Rhubarb 60
3 bunches -fresh Asparagus ......... .Be
3 large Cucumbers 10a
Fresh Cabbage, per lb.
Large Juicy Lemons, dozen. 35o and
A run line or fresh California Fruits.
Buy Pineapples now
Women's Bungalow Aprons
Good quality materials;
76c vals., at, choice. 35
Wash Dress Skirts, all sizes,
made to sell at $2.00, sale
Sale of Embroideries
of beautiful now Embrold
half for Anniversary Sale
39S 49S 98b.
Why buy sheetings when you cai buy
the same material made up for less
money 38o. 3So, 38c, soo, 75c, 8S0
Pillow Slips, at
.... TKo, 80. 10c, lattc. 15c. 18o
$1.00 Snow White Damask Tabl
$1.B0 Snow White Damjsit Table
of Star Cut and
Eegular selling prices
up to $2.50, sale price
Vinegar Cruets, up to
25o values; on sale ai,
Odd Water Glasses,
Wine and Whiskey
Glasses, to 10c eacli
value; on sale, -while
they last, at, each lc