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CITY PROPERTY Pott SAM3.
CITY Pnoi'GATY FOB, SALE.
These Two Homes
to Be Sold at Once on
a Small Payment Down
wlthiwfllk'w HinLboflt.l,omc,,0,n p?ve2 8lrect' clos 10 8tr?et cr "ne 1
oDDortunltv tn h, v S iC whIcse houses, you should not overlook this
JrH.; I uy one. ?' lnese house s, located at 615-617 Poppleton AVe. Thv
furnaw heatOn.0 "aVe eIfl:Lc llght' as' 'ir.t-clws Numbing and
50 will h2v hhv"VrooT nnd the oth" Mx roomB- A Pyment down of
G17 rind ih v. UnNV. S1.6Snd ft 'aymen' down of $300 will buy house No.
by ad livS i .."te1."1,6 ?am.8 Is., rent Do not let this opportunity go
coAtlnuo to rnv .nVV a0"81 '"V6"? ?' "vlng In someone else's old one, afid
continue to pay rent See us about these at once. The prices are right.
Hastings & Heyden
1611 Harney Stroet.
THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 17. 1014.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
CHAIN ANH DPftnnf!P M ADVPT .Wn rrotlU. from trades tmU.not so
viuniu nni i UVUUULI ilimilUJli
Farmers Are Selling the Surplus
HARVEST IS STARTED IN SOUTH
Henry Movement lleanlts in Prices
of Winter Wheat WrnkrnlnR n
Ilnlf Cent on Cnsh SInrkc-.t
Corn I I.cMTcr.
OFFERED FOB KENT.
House nnd Collagen.
J C. REED ep- Coi p'ano & turni-
BROOMS, all modern, nearly new. cheap
. to desirable tenant. Harney 6917.
Four bedrooms, batn and linen closet
on second flour.
Mn&b?1' re?.p,ion ha"- ,lvnS room.
rUnm00,4 . ki che". , P-.ntry and ice
rom. Jlnt floor. Fv.ll cement base
ment with toilet, furnace heat, gas nnd
electric lights; nearly new and first class
In every way, at 1511 3. 29th St., one block
from Hanscom Park, near Park school,
one block from car line. Tel. Harney 1600.
or rent newly finished, 8-roorn house,
new, oak floors and woodwork, new fur
nace, gas, electricity, porcelain bath. 1
, block from 46th and Cuming car line,
near new cathedral. Inquire 3866 Ham!!
ton or Tel. Harney S630.
FREE RENTAL LIST.
Complete "for rent" list of houses,
apartments and flats on file at our office:
no charge whatever. Union Outfitting
Co.. 16th and Jackson St.
FARM A IIANCII I.A.Ml? Poll SAI.B
FOR SALE In the garden spot of Al
berta, 640 acres Improved farm: modern
buildings, two miles from railroad, for
price of raw land; easy terms. Address
owner, wm. story, 1Z5 East 34th tit., N,
FOR SALE Very choice ICO-acre farm In
high stato of cultivation. Well im
proved. Finest location on main traveled
road. An Ideal homo. Price 9200 per acre.
Bluffs. Address, P. O. Box 577, Qlcn
Owner will take as part payment good
modorn residence In Omaha or Council
TODD County or creameries, com and
clover. For Information write Van Dyko
& Van Dyke. Long Prulrle. Minn.
WE rent your houses free of cnarge.
NO COMMiaSlON REALTY CO.,
316-130 Paxton Bldg.,
STOCK form, square section, Kanabeo
county, hardwood Umber land, nothing
better for the money, at $14 per acre;
terms. Frank Shlmerda, 409 Palace Bldg.,
SS84 BINNEY, 6-r., all mod.. $25; or for
sale on easy terms. BENNER, D. 7406 o
modern, $37. W.
facing Hanscom park.
Phone Harney 1565.
NEW 6-room brick flat, modern, 3319
.Sherman Ac: rent $350. Call W. 2174.
FIVE nice rooms with part basement,
1901 So. 13th. Tyler 2086.
If you contempleta buying land In Min
nesota, write us for list of dependable
firms. State what county you are in
MINNESOTA FARM LANDS' ASSOCI
717 Palace Building. Minneapolis, Minn.
THE OFFICIAL LAND MEN'S ORGANI
ZATION OF MINNESOTA.
TWO improved farms In Red River val
ley, Marshall county, Mipnosota, 200
acres In each farm. A comfortable set
of buildings on each farm. Located In
midst of well settled and well farmed
neighborhood. Two miles from good
town on main line of railroad. Price,
$27.60. Small cash payment. Easy terms
on balance. Address. Empire FarmB Co.,
Thief River Falls, Minn.
FOR RENT 7-room house, all modern, I
, 3320 Hamilton. Phono Harney 0229.
12-ROOM modern house with barn; hut
water heat 2618 Harney St. Inquire T.
J. O'Brien. H. 1094. D. 1216.
TTT"T7T TTVSrstoiage and Van
V IDkLI 1 I Co- Goods stored.
gripped. 16th and Jackpon Sts. Doug. 1516.
$5 DOWN, $5 monthly, buys 40 acreB,
grain, fruit, .poultry land: near town,
couthern Missouri. Price, $225. Special
bargain. Box 425. Carthage, Mo.
WE rent your houses frco of charge.
NO COMMISSION REALTY CO..
31B-330 Buxton Bldg,
TV T A fr TiT Vanand Htor-
IVlrlVJVJjMlVJL' aB Co" Pack'.
& ships household goods & pianos.. D. 1490.
HnnQPR ln a" Parts of the city.
ITlOUblc, crelgh .Sons & Co.. Bee Bids
STRICTLY modern 7-room house ln Dun
dee, near car line. Inquire 4S1S Dodge.
SIXjROOM modern house for private
family; In best condition. 2619 Jones.
H7 N. 18TH ST. 0 rooms Harney G0C4.
8-ROOM mod. house. 22bTN. 18th D.6052.
2922 Dupont. 6-room. nnrt modem. ..112. 50
22X1 S. 6th St, 5-room, city water.... 12.00
1412 Westerfleld, 4-room, city water.. 7.50
3S10 s. 16th St., 4-room, cistern 8.00
3033 8. 16th St., 5-room. city water... 8.00
CREIGH. SONS & COMPANY.
Douglas 200. BOS Bee Bldg.
FINE NEW BRICK.
Northwest corner 35th nnd Dodge; very
high class; hard wood finish; 8 rooms,
sleeping porch, tiled bath, maid's room
on third floor: references; $05.
Tyler 1536. tOS-10-12-14 State Bk. Bldg,
HANSCOM Park district, 7-room, all'
modern house near car line, schools, $50;
Garage In rear. 16. Har. 4.2).
in the Field club district: ln excellent
condition: pretty yard; sleeping porch;
completely modern; $50. S30S Poppleton
PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
1622 Fnrnam St. Douglas 833.
Mtnrra Hint Office.
1607 DAVENPORT (UxS. Harney 50J4.
The Bee Building
are Acknowledged to be the
of any In the city.
A Few Available Now:
Cth. floor, $I7.C0 and $2S.00.
Sth floor, $18.00 and $10.00.
4th floor. $23.00, $30.00 and $50.00,
3d floor, $40.00 and $50.00.
2d floor, $16.00, $30.00 and $40.00.
Only n Few Now.
Apply to Superintendent,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam.
WANTED City loana and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam,
fit, CITY LOANS, Bemls-Carlbcrg Co..
u310-112 Brandels Theater Bigg.
BEE us first If you want a
United States Trust Co,.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City Nat. Uk Bldg.
CITY property. Large loans a speclalty
W. II. Thomas. 228 State Hank Bldg.
CITY and farm loans. 5, 6ii, C per cent
J. IL Dumont & Co., 1C0) Farnam. Omaha.
HARRISON & MORTON. 916 Om. Nat
WANTED City loans. Peter Trust Co.
GABVIN BROS in. a"d up
v l." x-itv-'' Omaha Nat Bank.
&7 farm loans. Optional payments & an
nual lnt Wm. McCormlclt. 1201 Karna.n.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1014 Omaha Nat Douglas 2715.
Omaha real estate Is the best investment
you could make. Read The Bv"a real
JFARMS for sale; $5 down, $5 monthly,
buys 40 acres good timber land near
town. Texas county. Mo., price $200; per
fect title. J. R. Jarrell. Mt Vernon. 111.
FOUND 320-acre homestead In settled
neighborhood; fine farm land; not sund
hills; cost you $200, filing fee; and alL J.
A. Tracy, Kimball. Neb.
city rmn'iciiTY iron sale.
$6,500 for a strictly modern, 7-room
house, near Happy Hollow, l block from
car line, with enclosed sleeping porch,
having very attractive living room with
beamed celling; built-in book cases ana
fireplace; dining room with beamed cell
ing; sun porch with south and east ex
posure; oak finish.
Throe well arranged bedrooms, bath
room and sleeping porch second floor.
Stairway to floored attic.
Full cemented basement; furnaco heat.
If you are looking for a substantial, up-to-date
houso at a low price and on easy
terms, sec this at once.
George & Company
Phone D. 756, 902 City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
OMAHA. Neb.. June 16,
In order to hold the price of wheat iid
around the present level a bull leader
wun money and backbone must come to
the front and give that grain the nedod
support on the weak spoui. Lower Prices
are slated for wheat because of the fact
that the now crop Is being harvested In
many rectlons of tho southwest to
gether with the fncl that farmer, gen
erally speaking, arc anxious to get rid
of a prrt of tholr surplus becnuse of the
Knowieugo mat nn early and heavy move
ment Is assured, If tho weather con
Urines favorable. Tho market at Chi
cago. as well as In other sections. Ii
oversold. Not onlv have hedclns: lalea
of largo size bcon put out In tht mar
ket, but tho average speculators, with
the Idea that prices aro to sell lower,
have given the market a good deal of
bear attention, and their sales have
amounted to many millions of bushels.
inn spring wiient outlook is as good
as was ever known, but the crop has
only started to account for Itself. There
has been plenty of moisture In that sec
tion of the country, and there are some
parts of the threo spring whoat states
where it is said there Is enough moisture
to carry the crop for neerul weeks,
while In other parts it is said that rain
will soon be noelcd. There Is one stat
istician In the Chicago market who re
lieves that the combined spring nnd win
ter wheat crops will exceed OOO.OOO.OW
bushels, while there are others who are
willing to wngcr that tho OOO.OOO.COO-bushol
level will never be reached.
There was quite a controversy yester
day over the condition of a cargo or two
of Argentine corn that was received ut
Uolveston. A New York house wired Its
western correspondent that tho corn was
out of condition. On this there was Home
buying in the Chicago pit, but the report
v as later denied, and those who bought
corn threw it overboard at losses. The
Kansas corn plant Is said to be ln excel
lent condition, with somo of It waist high.
Oats were firm all day, particularly so
when tho weakness ln the other grain
Is considered. There was heavy buying
by local shorts and tho selling was scat
tered. Ribs were the leader In the provision
market and the demand was general.
The market made fair gains and closed
firm. The small offerings were a feature.
A largo western packer sold on the hard
spots. The cash trade was reported as
some better, and the hog market was
without much change. Increases were
shown ln tho Chicago provision stocks.
Cash wheat wus He lower.
Cash corn was unchanged to ',ic lower
Cash oats were HflfVic lower.
Clearances: Whcnt and flour. 453,000
bu.: corn, 5,000 bu.; oats, 31,000 bu.
Liverpool close: Wheat, unchanged to
Md lower; corn, d higher to Md lower.
Primary wheat receipts were 318,000 bu.
and shipments 279,000 bu., against receipts
of 4S9.O0O bu. and shipments of 902,000 bu.
Primary corn receipts were 687,000 bu.
and shipments 988,000 bu., against receipts
of 1,137,000 bu. and shipments of 900,000
bu. last year.
Primary oats receipts were 690,0. bu.
and shipments 704,000 bu., against receipts
of 1,181,000 bu. and shipments of 573,000
bu. last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
St. Louis ....
long ago had been looked upon quite gMi
orally as rather darln? ventur. Kx.
port bids today as n rule were out of line,
although somo Kuropean business un
doubtedly was done and Franco In par
ticular was said to need generous im
ports. Corn weakenod with wheat as result
of better weather for shippers ln Argen
tina nnd for growth In the United States.
The decline was checked ln a measure by
predictions that domestic receipts for
scmo time would be meager. Oats ruled
steadier than corn as experts were of
tho opinion that the- recent Missouri
Illinois drouth had inflicted much lr
RurdcnHome offerli gs chiefly from
packers caused a break In the value of
provisions. The chief Incentive for fell
ing was tho semi-monthly wnrohoiiM
statement showing Increased stocks on
Futures closed as follows:
Artlclel Open. Hlgh.l Low.
Julr. 84 84 K!4
Sept. KM Sl 814
July. 70H WH TOif.
Sept. 674 67 67U
July. 39 S9T4 KVi
Sept. S7Ji SS 37
July. 20 874 20 87H 62Vi
Font. 20 224 20 224 19 924
July 10 124 10 024
July. 11 474 11 474 11 374
Sept. 11 M4 11 524 11 424
20 624 (O
19 95 30 25
10 05 10 15
11 374 11 50
11 424 U 624
Very Little if Any Change Takes
Place in Cattle.
HOGS STEADY TO SHADE LOWER
Verr Moderate ttnn of All Kinds of
Sheep and I.ambn rrlce Are
Steady o n Shnde Higher
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. X red.
914c; No. i hard, Sie&Jc; No. 2 northern.
smiWic; no. 2 spring, SHfrwc Corn! No.
2, 71Sj72Uc; No. 2 yellow. 71V(f72tic; No,
yellow, 7m72c. Oats: No. 3 white, 40
wc; standard, 40M4io. ltye No, 2,
nominal; Ko. 3, 67c, Barley. Mjsjwc. Tlmo'
thy. $4.251f5.50. Clover. $10.00fflS.OO. Pork.
$20.K. Lard. $9,374- Ribs. $11.004111.50.
CHEESE Steady; daisies. 14UOH4o:
twins, lwrnc; Americas, 153154c; long
POTATOES Higher: receipts. 48 cars:
om. mwuc; new, fi.w7r1.2u.
uuttbr Higher: creameries. 20fr27e.
EGGS Higher: receipts. 18.299 cases: at
marK, cases inciuaca, lamsc; ordinary
firsts, 17G17Hc; firsts. 18flSUc
NKW YOKK tJKNrCIlAI, MAIIKKT
These Bales 'were reported: Wheat No.
2 hard winter: 1 car, 864e. No. 3 hard win
ter: 1 car. S6c. Oats Standard: 2 cars,
3SMc. No. 3 white: 7 cars, 3Sc; 8 cars,
37ic. No. 4 whlto: 4 cars, 37c. Re
jected: 1 car, 36c. No grade: 1 car, 37c;
2 cars. 3fl4c. Corn No. 3 white: 5 cars.
6954c. No. 2 yellow! IS cars, 67ic No. 3
yellow: 8 cars. 7Wc. No. 2 mixed: 1 car.
66c; 6 cars, 064c No. 4 mixed: 3 cars,
wo; z cars, 64c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: Nn. 2
hard, 86rS8c; No. 3 hard. 8647c; No. 4
nam. sii&854c; No. 2 spring, 864874c;
No. 3 spring. S544t87c: No. 4 SDrlnir. 82W!fi
S5e; No. 2 durum. 80864e; No. 3 durum,
R54j854c Corn: No. 2 white, 604S94c;
No, 3 white. 63!M9Mc: No. 4 white. RHUH
6S4c; No. 2 yellow, 67467?;c; No. 3 yel
low, o(wmoc; io. 4 yellow. mwuvtWc;
No. 2, 66if?67c- No. 3, 664SWc; No. 4.
64W66c; no grade. 00iT57c. Ontn: TCn
white, 3Sf?3S4e; atandard, SSffMUc: No.
3 white, 37iW38c; No. 4 white, 374037c.
Marlov: Mnltlnir. BOfTKkv K'n 1 f,rt Am,
wv. iijc. io. i, UIKJOIWiC; rxo. 3, 664ifs7c.
CHICAfJO GRAIN ANDrnoVISIONS
Quotations of tli Dnr on Various
NEW YflTllf .Tm 1 W J"T7TM,il!.
ket quiet; spring patents, $4.60rtj6.60; win
ter straights, $4.20.35; winter patonts,
$4,404.70; spring clears, $400(84.18; extra,
io. winier. u. Mr.iK nvir, 'n 2 winter.
$140lf3.65; rye flour, quiet, fair to good,
3.853.60: choleo to fancy, $S.653.75.
WHEAT Spot market Irregular; No. 2
hard wlntor, 9Sc c, I. f., New York; No.
2 red. now, M4o c. 1. f., July shipment;
No. 1 northorn Duluth. $1,014 and No. 1
northern Manltnhn. 11 mu t. n. h .
July, 934o; September. W 7-16o; Deoem-
CORN Snot mnrk.t t.r1v Kn 1 vt.
low, 81Vic c. 1. f., prompt.
OATS Spot market, easy: standard
white, 46Jj464c; No. 3. 454046c; fancy
clipped white, 474S4c.
"Ai-isiarket quiet; prime, $1.15; No
1. $1.101.124; No. 2, $1.06; No. 3, S6ct$1.00;
LEATHER Market firm; hemlock
firsts, 30c; second. 2Sfr29c.
PROVISIONS Pnrlf xtcnrlv m tM
622.76: family. 121.fW2i linrt rl.nr.
$19.60021.00. Beef, quiet; mess, $17.00
is.; family. $19.00f20.00. Cut meats,
steady: pickled ham. I14 0fKf.14.fiO: nlrUll
bellies, $13.26(JM4.25. Lord, eajy; middle
west, $10.01)010.15. Lard, steady; conti
nent, $10.75; South America, $11.15; com
TALLOW-Mnrket. nulet: cltr. 6c:
country, 6f6cj special, 64c
HOPS Market qulot; atato common to
Choice. 1913. 323Sc; 1912. 130il6c; Paclflo
coast. 1913, 17020c; 1912. 303c.
HIDES Market nlpnrtv rlmrnln MUfll
294c; Central America, 284c
uuxTtiK-wtamcry oxtroa, 27025c;
firsts. 254027c: seconds. MfrSSc: nraiiMi
cxtraB, 21022c; ladles, current make,
CIIEESE-State. whole milk, fresh
white or colored specials, 15V40)164c; avor
age fancy, 15c.
EGGS Fresh gathered extras, 23021c;
extra flrstH, 220224c; firsts, 200414c; sec
POULTRY Dressed. firm; western
chickens, frozen. 144020c; fowls, 134ft
19c; turkeys, 23326c. Llvo, steady; west
ern chickens, broilers, 300.33c; fowls. 15945
16c. turkeys, 130H4c.
Owing to absence of owner from the
city, will make u very low price on the
house at 1907 Emmet. Seven good rooms,
finished In oak, fine lawn and hedge. A
dandy nice home for some one.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO-
Phone Douglas 1781. Ware Block.
NEW HOUSE, $1,G00
Brand new, living room, kitchen, two
bedrooms, pantry on first floor, stairway
to large floored attic suitable for two
rooms, cement basement city water, elec
tric lights, cement walks; $100 cash, bal
ance monthly. Adjoining lot may bo had
for $250 additional. Fine location, high
C. G. OARLBERG,
310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
Feature of the Trndlnfr nnd Closing
I'rlcn nn llonrd of Trnde.
CHICAGO. June 16. IneronMrt h.df.lnn
sales of wheat and the fact that tho first
car to reach hero loaded from tho now
crop had arrived earlier in the season
uiuii cvit ueiorn mnnn inn mar r.tt n th
heavily down grade. The close was weak,
Wc to KGlKc under lnor nlchf r-n.r.
finished at 4c to V.c net ilncllnn nn f un
changed to 4o oft and provisions with a
loss of lOo to 374c
About the only active demand for
hi ico 1 aj jrom snort sutlers who wers
PUOPISKTY VOII SALI3
FIVE ROOM HOUSE
WITH BATH AND OAS
On Burdette street. Just west of Sher
man avenue, far nnlv tl vji hHn
116. Old house and south front lot f&yifin
at 3414 Cass, price reduced to $750.
W. H. GATES,
Room 617 Omaha National Bank Bldg..
. Phone Douglas 1294.
A Cash Bargain
$97.00 cash buys an Omaha lot. I have
been told to get tho caah. Call at once.
H. H. HARPER,
1013-14 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Two Fine Homes
Field Club District
Don't fall tn nitk tn hn ihnvn t V, .
choice two-story dwelling now nearlng
completion at 35th Ave. and Pacific St
Mrwlom In avorv rainsfit httllf U . Am.
labor, attractively designed and arranged.
vn uc uuugiii on reasonable terms.
Scott & Hill Co.
Douglas 1(W9. S06-7-8 McCague Uldg.
A South Side 6-Roora Home
2443 South 16th St. $350 Cash
Balance about tho same as rent.
Here Is your chance to buy a well built
homo of 6 rooms, three on each floor,
with little money. Han bath, gas, elec
tric lights and furnace: on Daved street
and car line. Owner will make a very
low price on this house If sold before
HASTINGS & HEYDEN. 1614 Harney St.
Balance $30 a month, will buy an entirely
new 6-room house, modern In every par
ticular; large lot, cement sidewalk, elec
tric light; house located 4451 Evans St
Price only $2,400.
C. G. CARLBERG,
310-112 Brandets Theater Bldg.
LOT, 28th and Fort Sts.; $300, $20 down,
$20 per month, no Interest 2715 Fort St.
TO BUY. HELL OK RENT. FIRST SEE
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1S02 FARNAM ST.
FOR SALE 7-room and bath. Oak
finish. Combination fixtures. Full ce
ment basement All strictly modern.
Beautiful lot. 2573 Evans street near
iiuunizo parK. lu anu seo it A bargain.
IF YOU want to uuj. sell or exchange
your property or business, go wheie
that kind of business la done. Everybody
ELKB goes to the NO COMMISSION
REALTY COMPANY. BECAUSE no.
body pays a commission.
NO COMMISSION REALTY COMPANY.
J1C-J30 Paxton Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Phone D. '.310.
6-room house, modern except
corner lot; streets paved; terms.
ABSTRACTS OK TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. 305 So. 17th
St Phone Douglas 5487.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
flee ln Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater.
FOR SALE Oil EXCHANGE
If you want to buy, sell, or exchange
property of any kind, let us know what
you want We may have tho property
registered with us that you want to buy,
or we may have the name and address
of a party that wants to buy the property
that you want to sell. If we old you In
buying, selling or exehunglng property,
YOU DO NOT HAVE ANY COMMIS
SION TO PAY. If you register n
property with us for sale or exchange,
you pay us one dollar per month and we
place the description or )our property on
our bulletins and put you In communi
cation with anyone who has notified us
that he desires to purchase a property
such as you have described yours to be.
We charge tho buyer nothing for this
service. He buys the property of the
owner and there Is no commission to pre
vent the making of a bargain.
If you want to buy. sell, or exchange
property of any kind anywhere, make
your wants known to the NO COMMIS
SION REALTY COMPANY of 316-330
Paxton Block, Omaha Neb., and secure
their service. Wanted In each county
seat, a local agent to represent the No
Commission Realty Company.
Pianos for other musical iastru'te. D, 2817.
Minneapolis Grain MnrUet.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., June
WHEAT-July. 8S4c; September,
No. hard, 934c; No. northern,
924c; No. 2 northern, 87H0W4C
CORN No. 3 yellow. 66i0674c
OATS No. 3 whlto, 3740ic.
Kniisns City Grain anil Provisions,
KANSAS CITY, Mo Juno 10.-WHEAT
No. 2 hard, 90093c; No. 2 rod, 914002;
July. 7So; September 764c
CORN-No. 2 mixed. 70Vio; No 3 G944P
tsy.c; No. 2 white, 734c; No. 3, 7240724c;
July C94c; Soptember, 674074c.
OATS-No. 2 white, 404c; No. ! mixed,
SOUTH OMAHA, Juno 1. 1911.
Receipts were! Cntil. llnrs. Sheen.
Official Monday 2,722 6,iJ8 1,616
Estimate Tuosday 1,850 14.400 3,750
Two dars this wenlc.. A.&72 20.633
Same days last week.. 6,207 12,610 6,825
Same 2 weeks ago 6.635 1$,MS 5.WS
Pamo 3 weeks sen 8.&V, 17.036 8.797
Soma 4 weeks ago fslt 17,712 13.374
Same days last year... 7,145 18,547 6,324
The following lnhm nnwn tha recctDtn
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for tho year to
date, as compared with last year:
1914. 1911 Inc. Dee '
Cattle 377.583 395,629 18,048
Hogs 1,261,414 1,112,899 88. 445
Sheep 1.035.461 902.829 112,612
Th fnlloxtlnr tM ihniri the ranae of
prices for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
all of a nickel lower. In view of the
fact that other points reported steady
to strong markets sellers priced their
offerings at fully steady figures, and In
tho end buyers were forced to raise their
offers, so that when the supply started
to move values did not look to be over a
shade lower, nnd tn mnnv rases weru
very nearly stondy with yesterday's aver
age market. Packers wore still trying to
weaken values all they could, nnd ns a
reault the movement was rather slow.
Tho trade moved along on about tho
the same basis until poslbly two-thlrjs
of tho hogs had been sold, when bids
eased off again, After ihls movement
brcamo very slow, nnd sellers nut up a
hard fight for a return to tho early
inure, nui in mo enu mo naiance or tne
supply moved nt prices that wero a shade
lower than tho early market and nearly
a nickel below yciterday. Taking tho
market atl tho way through, prices nro
niecuiy. m a row cases a nickel lowor, nnd
tho avcrago Is less than 24c below yes
terday. Movement was not nctlvo nt any
time, hut the liberal supply was cleaned
up beToro noon.
Bulk of the hogs sold at $7.974S.C6 and
tops reached $S.0iV. Tho most popular
wn ...., nun up unui tne close
little sold under this figure.
Date. I 1914. 11913.11(12 I1S11 '10.W9.'1"
7 974 8 45 5 83 9 14 7 14
8 01 H 8 42 7 39 6 81 9 17 Til
804 8377S2 939703
7 954S417M68D 702
7 H J 8 61 7 IS 6 82 9 3S
8 591 7 121 5 74 9 331 7 11
7 80 1 7 17 6 76 9 11 7 14
7 86 8 46 6 76 9 11 7 14
7 944 82373S& 78 9007
7 964 8 19 7 S6 9 W 7 34
8 044 8 19 7 18 R S3 7 36
8 04 H8S175S68)t901
8 27 7 43 6 85 9 16 7 32
7 934 7 44 683929788
7W4 827 6S99S2737
7 874 8 SS 7 45 6 99 9 35 7 40
7 964 8 47 7 43 9 36 7 35
803 862736690 739
8 004 8 69 7 31 6 79 9 23
8 56 7 35 5 79 9 27 7 62
8 02 7 25 6 78 9 40 7 57
8 014 8 60 6 85 9 S8 7 66
Receipts and disposition of llvo stock
at the Union Stock yards. South Omaha,
Neb., for twonty-four hours ending at
3 o'clock yesterday:
' Cattlo. Hogs. Sheep.
C., M. & St P. Ry 5 9
Wabash By 6 2
Missouri Pnclflo Ry 12 9
Union Paclflo Ry 16 3"
C & N.-W.. east 3 tt
C. & N.-W.. west 31 51 6
C. Bt P.. M. O. Ry 9 8 1
C. B. Q.. cast 10 6 2
C. H. A Q.. west 66 30 3
C, It. 1. & P., cut 10 12
C. It 1. & P.. west 2 1
Illinois Central Ry 1 5
Chicago Groat Western.. 3 3
Morris & Co 716
Swift & Co
Cudahy Packing Co....
Armour & Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co....
So. O. Packing Co
St Clair Packing Co...
W. B. Vonsant Co
F. B. Lewis
J. B. Root
Werthelmer & Degen..
Mo. & Kan.-Cal. Co....
St. Louis (irne.ral Mnrket.
ST. LOUIS, Juno 16. WIIEAT-No. 2
red. 8O0914'i No. 2 hard, 920OTo; July.
79H0W4c; September, 79c.
CORN No. 2, 72073c; No. 2 white. 764
7Cc; July. 71ic; September, 6840684c.
OATS No. 2, 40c; No. 2 white, 414
Liverpool Grain Mnrket.
LIVERPOOL, June 16. WHEAT No,
Aianuoua. is ta; jno. z, 78 44d! Jul
-Via; uciooer, ts iifta; uecemDer,
CORN-Amerlcan mixed, 6a 74d
NEW YORK. Juno 16.-COFFEIO-EaBlor
European cables were followed by nn
opening decline of 3 to 6 points In the
couee marxet tnia morning, and tho
more active months sold about 8 to 12
points net lower during the early trad
ing. Offerings wore a little more actlvo
than yesterday, but tapered off at the
decline and the market steadied In sym
pathy with the continued steadiness of
Brazil, or on scattered covering. The
cIoec was at a net decine of 4 to 7 points.
Salefl, 20,000 bags; June, 8.S0c; July, 8.85c;
September, 9.03c; October, 9.16c; December,
9.31c; January. 9.33c; March, 9.38c: May,
9.41c. Spot market quiet; Rio No. 7, 94c;
Santos No 4, 124012SC. Mild, quiet, Cor
dova, 124010c. nominal.
NEW YORK, June 16. M ETA LS
lyoad. quiet. $3.8503.95. Snelter. dull, at
$5.0005.15. London, 21 7s Cd. Copper,
quiet: spot and August, $13.25013.75;
electrolytic, $13.874014.00; lake nominal;
f. w ...Ul J'f. 4 111, DICAU)1!
spot $30.00030.25; August offered at $30.25
Antimony, ciuil: ConKson s, $7.2507.334.
Iron quiet, unchanged.
London Prices: Conner nulet: snot ffll
10s; futures. K2 2s 6d. Tin. oulet: soot.
135 5s; futures (138. Iron, Cleveland
warrants, Els 14d.
ST. IiOUIS. June 16.-METALS -Laad.
weak, at $3.80. Spelter, firmer, at $1.95.
Omnhu liny Market,
HAY Prairie, choice upland, none here.
would bring $14.60; No. 1, none here, would
bring $13.60fc 14.00; No. 2, $8.00010.00; No. 3,
ll.oaa6.QQ: choico midland, none hnr.
would bring $11.00; No. 1, none here, would
bring $13.0Wi 13.50: No. 2, $8.CO310.00; No. 3,
$1.0006.00, No. 1 to choice lowland, none
here. $9.00010.00; No. 2, $6.0008.00; No. 3.
fit Joseph Live Stock Market
BT. JOSEPH. June 16. CATTLE Re-i
celnts. 900 head; market, steady: steers. 1
J7.Ou09.OO; cows and heifers, $4.0008.75;
HOGB-Recclpts, 10.600 head: market
steady; top. $8.30; bulk, $3.0Mn.
SHEEP AND LASIBS-Recelpts. 2,000
head- market steady to strong; lambs,
NEW YORK. June 16.-SUGAR-Raw,
steady; molHsses, 2.80c; centrifugal, 3.45o.
Refined, steady, cut loaf. 6.25c: crushed.
6.15c; mould A, 4.04c; cubes, 4.66c; pow-
aereo, .vk; line grunuiatea, .j)c; dia
mond A, 4.30c; confectioners' A, 4.20c; No.
Dry Goods .Market.
NEW YORK. June 16.-DRY GOOD8
J,onsdalo bleached muslins were advanced
Vic a yard during the day. Cotton goods
were eteody. Yarns wero quiet Ribbons
Totals 3,231 UMa. 0,766
CATTLE Receipts were very liberal
this morning, being larger than on most
recent days, but not qulto up to the
record of a year ago. Included In today's
recclnta were a number or cans coneignea
direct to packers and speculators, so that
l lie actual numDer oi came on saio was
not overly large.
Packers started out Diaaing prices tuai
wero ln many casea a lltle lower than
yeuterday, which made the early market
rather slow, ln the end. however, thoy
Picked up such cattle as found special
favor ln their eyes ut prices that Were
about steady with yesterday. At tno
same time there were other cattlo that
no one seomed especially anxious lor
that had to sell nt prices that were possi
bly a little towor. tokcii as a wnoie.
tho trade was In very fair condition and
reasonably satisfactory to selling Inter-
Cows and heifers wero In light supply
the same as thoy have been thn last
week or so. Grosser continue weak, the
tendency on that class of stock being
downward, while strictly dry-lot butcher
stock is sought after at good, firm prices.
There wero very few stockers and feed
ers In first hands, but speculators re
ceived quite a large consignment from
southern markets, so there wero a great
plonty on sale to satisfy tho demand. The
market on Unit class of cattle as n whole
did not show uny material change.
quotations on cattlo: Good to prime
yearlings, $8.2509.00; good to choico beef
steers, $8.2O08.7&; fair to good beet steers,
tS.0O4S.2O; common to fair beet steers,
$7.1008.00; good to choico cornted heifers,
J7.234iS.0Q; good to choico corntud cows,
$0.7507.60; fair to good grades, $6.0006.70;
common to fair grades, $16006.00; good to
choice stockers and feeders, $7.7608.00;
fair to good stockers and feeders, $7,009
7.75; common to fair stockers and (coders,
$6.6007.00; stock cows and heifers, $4.00tf
6.60; stock calves, $9.0008.00; veal calves,
lH.OO0dl.OO; bulls, stags, etc., $5.7507.76.
Ko. At. Pr.
IS Ill 1 40
4 HO 7 id
1 670 T CO
1 102 7 71
12 1047 I M
u nil I o
II 1040 I OS
nn i it
1M1 t IS
17 1071 II
II KM I 10
m mi 1 20
30 ltU I U
U 1000 I it
1 740 I U
I 711 I SO
li mi 1 13
1 ...1M0 I 40
1 1071 I 40
II 1030 t 40
No. At. Pr.
II 1I5J I 40
II 12( 45
21 Ill I IS
M im s to
3 1111 I 10
II IMS I 10
$ IM I SO
STEERS AND HEIFERS,
Ml 7 tO
, Ml 7 75
, 7(2 7 7t
79 S 11
1411 I It
...1776 I U
...1IU I U
...1041 t 10
...1361 I M
...1415 I 70
...14M I 70
94 1117 8 TO
II 1011 I K
H ItU I M
?.... U70 IM
7M g $5
7tt I 4a
Ml I tii
771 I 10
111 I so
711 I Q
141 I 71
3i i n
. 1070 0
..iuo e to
..1011 7 10
..119) 7 15
. .110 7 II
..1170 7 M
Mt 6 15
1 1170 6 44
1 U0 t 7t
1 110 6 75
1 tltO t o
1 1070 I 23
1104 t 21
1 1215 I 40
i 101 t M 1 021 7 to
4 467 t M 11 74 7 IS
1 141 t VI 1 4,5 , 25
1 f-0 t it 4 107 1 50
2 ;h 111
i iiw t to i nn 7 to
1 120 I 15 1 1410 7 10
J A.1420 t 40 1 t0 7 It
1 1710 t n 1 4,.,. (10 7 4
1 1M0 1 11J0 7
1 20 7 CO
2 M0 7 M 4 t 1 00
1 400 8 On 1 140 II (A
i m i io no u oo
7 t5 M 1 150 11 Co
I ISO 10 It 1U u 00
i 17 io 7S i ieo u co
e m n w
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
1 410 36 I 741 7 M
I 4 t 35 1 176 7 S3
7 110 7 H 1061 I 00
HOGS A very liberal run of hnci
showed up this morning, about 212 cars,
or 14.400 head, being received. This li the
heaviest of any day since Thursday in
the last week of March, when over 18.000
were received, 'ino total ror tne two
days Is 20,3S. being 8,000 larger than last
week, and a gain of more than 2,010 head
over the corresponding days last year
With so large a sunnlv on hand, tie
market opened out weak this morning,
and packers started out trying to buy
hogs ut prices that were In most casos
50. . . .
120 t U94
SHEEP Snmn S.7B1 hnml rf
1 - ... ... . ll A .... t. ...... 11,1. M..HH.
.....A, ,iiv,u ui ktiu lull linn iiiui Hum,
which wna a normal supply contrasted
with a week ago. two weeks ago and a
j eur ago. Othor markets were lightly sup
plied. There were few shorn lambs In the run,
but tvyo loads wero good' enough to bring
$8.73. as compared with $8.65 toward tho
close of last weok. Tho bulk of tho lambs
moved around $8.00tT5.W, there being as a
matter of fact not enough of this kind
or stock to test values thoroughly, though
what sold wero quotably strong to a
uhade higher. It Is tho season of the
year when estimates on the supplies are
more gocssca, ns dry-fed stuff Is vir
tually all ln,
Packer buyers wero not disposed to
pay any more than yestorday for what
fow native spring lambs put In an ap
pearance this morning, consequently tho
fow Here were Included within n. range of
lO.OOfly.&O. but the demand seemed to bo
greater on that basle. Aged shcop formod
about the samo proportion of tho rocolpts
as on Monday nnd there wero some Oro
gon yearlings, wethora nnd owes on sale
ngaln today, being a cut of the Oregon
offerings on tho market tho day before.
Tho wethers nnd ewes brought $6.00 and
$3.00. being Identically tho same ns yes
terday's prices, but If anything the sort
was a trlflo heavier. Prices were quotably
about steady Somo few small bunches
of dry-fed ewes sold nt $5.00fitj.2!.
Quotations on sheep and lambs, shorn
i.tock: Lambs, good tn choico, $.1.5038.75;
InmbB, fair to good, $8.0ft88.60: yearlings,
good to choice, $1.90B7.K; yearlings, fair
to good. 8.6Off6.90; wethers, good to
choico. Jfi.00ir6.25: wethers, fair to good,
$5.7606.00; owes, good to choice, $G.765.90;
iwra. fair to ffood. J5.50iKi.7a.
661 shorn lambs
611 Oregon wethers
703 Oregon ewes ,
284 Oregon yenrllngs ,
II spring lambs ,
260 Wyoming shorn Iambs
1ST. Wyoming lambs
60 Wyoming Iambi
10 nutlvo spring lnmhs...
18 natlvo spring lambs...
22 natlvo spring lambs.,..
30 shorn ewes
17R Wyoming ewes
143 native spring lambs...
29 native spring Iambs...
27 native spring lambn....
69 shorn ewes
D 2 .-.
CHICAGO LIVI3 STOCK JIAIIKUT
Demand for Cattle Steady Hogs
nnd Sheep Htrongr,
CHICAGO. June 10. CATTLE Receipts.
3,600 head; market steady; beaves, $7.35
9.30; steors, $0.903j8.l&; stockers ana feed
ers, J6.lWifi.10: cows and heifers, $3.00(38.70;
HOGB Receipts, 17,600 head; market
strong to 6c higher! bulk of sains, $8.20
8.30; light. $S.0r8.30; mixed. $S.0Gm35;
heavy, $7.90oJ8.324; rough, $7.9008.06; pigs,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Rocolpts, 7.000
head; market strong; sheep, $5.6OH6.60;
yenrllngs, 6.40if(7.63j lambs, $i).76fr8.05;
spring lambs, $7.&0Q9.85.
I " .....
TCaimnM t;ity Live ntocK jtiarKr-i.
KANSAS CITY. Juno 16.-CATTLE-Ro-
eclpts, 4,800 head; market steady; prlmo
fed steers, S8.CO&0.OO; dressed beef steers,
$7. 65ft 8.60;, western steors, $6.80iS8.7&: south
ern steers, JC.0CKS8.25; cows, $4.2Wt7.75; holf
ers, $fl.&0tfao0; stockrra nnd fenders, $0.25
7.75; bulls, $5.8607.00; calves, $6.009.50.
HOas Receipts, 17,000 head: mnrket
higher; bulk of Bales, $S.0GQ$.224: heavy,
JR.20iifl.274; packers and butchers. tS.Vit
8.26; light. $8.00(38.20: pigs. $7.6087.78.
SHEEP AND liAMllS- KCCCIPtS, 7,KW
head; market strong; lambs, JS.0OJio.2j;
1 It . i l , I j -, rwwtfi-wi nvv.iv.a,
ewes, $1.605.36; stockers and feeders, $2.60
St. Louis Lire Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. June 16. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 3,400 head; market, higher; beef
steers, $7.630.00; cows and heifers, $4.76
0.00; stockers and feeders, $5.0u8.00;
southern steers, $7.60378.30; cows nnd heif
ers, $4.COfM.6t; native cnlves, W.0OG 10.60.
HOGS Rocolpts, 7,300 head; markot,
higher; pigs and lights. $6.6038.30; mixed
and butchors, $8.1&HS.S74; Rood heavy,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 6.S0O
head; market, 10 15c higher; sheared
muttons, $4.76425.00; sheared lambs, $7.00
iiIS.00; spring lambs, $9.0030.65.
Sioux City Lire Stock Market.
BIOUX CITY, la.. Juno 10. CATTLE
Receipts, 1,000 head; market weak; native
steers, $7.95(8.75; butchers, W.J5Q8.25- cows
and heifers, $6.0036. 26; canners, $4.00(36.25;
calves, $8.0011.00; bulls, stags, etc., $5.75
HOaS Receipts, 8,000 head; market 6c
higher; heavy. $7.97458.06; mixed, $7.95
7.974: light, $7.03; bulk of sales, $7.95(&.0U.
SHEEP AND LAMBS No receipts.
Live Stock In Sight. '
Rocelpts -f live stock at the flvo prin
cipal western markets:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 3,860 14.000 3.750
Hloux City l.oou
Kansas City 4,800
St. Louis 3.400
Totals 15,550 60,600 23,650
NEW YORK JTOGK MARKET
Monotony ol Recent Days Broken
by Definite Downward Trend.
NEWS DEVELOPMENTS DISLIKED
Humor from Washington Snja
Freight Unto Case Decision Next
Mouth Will lie nisnnpolntlnir
tn tlir Itnllronds.
NI3W YORK, June 16.-Tho monotony
of recent dayn on tho stock exchanga
was broken today by a definite down
ward movement Professional traders
took n decided position on tho short side
It was soon evident that tho list was
more susceptible to pressure and netting
increased. Whllo tho day's business w.'s
not Inrgo. stocks were put out steadily
enough to forco a progressive decline,
amounting to a point or moro ln a lng
list of ntocks.
So far aa doflnlto developments went
there waa nothing of sufficient Import
ance to account for tho decline. A ru
mor from Washington to tho effect that
tho freight rnto case would not bo de
elded until next month nnd that whet
tho ruling wns made it would bo dlsap.
pointing to tho railroads was successful!
used for soiling tho market. Another re
port In tho samo class was that the
Mexican mediators wero In such dlffl
cutties that negotiations probably would
bo broken off speedily.
Today's engagement of gold for Europ
amounted to $5,600,000, bringing up the
week's totnl thus far to more than $10,
000,000. and tho amount Involved In the
present movement to nearly $00,000,000.
Hlnce January 1, $65,000,000 of gold hat
been taken for Europe.
London aold Blocks here, but Its oper
ations wero not on a largo scale. About
3.000 shares wero disposed of, principally
tho coppcni nnd Herrlman.
Bonds wero Irregular. Total sales par
value. $1,359,000. United States bonds
wero unchanged on call.
New York Money Mnrkrt.
NEW YORK. Juno 16,-MONEY-Call.
firm at lfU2 per cent; ruling rate, 2 per
cent; closing nt 1H2 per cent Time
loann, strongor; sixty days, 24fi24 per
cent; ninety days, iWS2 per cent, six
months, 34 per cent,
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 34CI
STERLING EXCHANGE Steady; sixty
dnys, $4.8000; demand, $4.89; commercial
blllfl, $4.86 .
SILVER Bar, 664c; Mexican dollars,
linNHS nnvrrKiAn) .lo... ..Il. J
- ...... .... , .... ... . j , . I.,,. U11U,
NKW von t.- Tn- ic r-n ,i
the clOBlng prices on stockB on Wull
Quotations furnished by Burns, Brlnker
& Co.. 449 Omaha. National Bank building:
STOCKS Did. Alkeil.
Fairmont Owmerjr pfd. 7C1 t 100
Fairmont Crmrr mr. t tstt lOltf,
International Kdu. rub. Co. pfd 30 13
Omh A a n. Bt. nr. rfd .... 714 114
uiiiaim ji. jij, t uriage pia..,.. t&
Omslu Kleo. LL A Powr pfd 71
Union Btock Yard. Omaha S4
owni tt iv. r. ex.aiT 103
Chleat-o, 111., 4i tti
Dunooe, bis. it, ins , 91 114
Fall Hirer Co.. U. V.. U, 1MJ 103 103 7$
Iowa llr. A l.t. Ss, 1133 II s
Los Angrlra llr, ta. 1911 tl 03
Norfolk, NK, 6k. ItSI 104V4 105U
Omaha Rleo. LL A Power tl, 1133 II 54
Omaha Uia U. 1117 ISU tm
Cltr ot Omaha 4U. 1911 lOlU 101
Cltr of Omaha 4a, 1933 14 (5
nmana ft u. n. hi. nr. ta. 1921 n
t'tun nouna, jr, la. a iow, oi, ivit.iuq
Vaclflfl Oa A Eire. 5 note, 1915 to
Rcrlbner. Neb.. 6. 1111 ft
Rwltt ft Co. B. F. lit t. ltll U
mil imtm Bcnixn ip, ludu, .,,.. va van
Han I)lfO. Wattr ta. 1110 10JH 103.83
Bloua CHr Stock Tarda 6. 1930 914 924
Kanit Cltr Mo., tax bill. 1 tt 100
London Stock Mnrket.
LONDON, June 16. American securities
were qulot during the forenoon today, but
tho tono was good and prices advanced
from A to S over pnrity.
MONEY Consols, 73Hc; for account,
73 11 -16c.
SILVER Bar, steady, 25 15-l6d.
MONEY lUSfli per cent: discount
rates, short bills, 2ni 11-10 per cent;
thrco month, 29-1602H per cent
OMAHA, Juno 16. Bank clenrings for
Omaha today wero $2,602,913.04 nnd for thu
corresponding day last year, $2,237,8.85.31.
LIVERPOOL, June 18,-COTTON-Spot
easier; good middling, 8,27d; middling,
7.73d; low middling, 7.25d. Sales, 10.003
COLLEGE CREWS INVITED
TO COMPETE IN REGATTA
POUGKHKEEPBIE, N. Y.. June 16,-An
Invitation to several ot the crews to row
next ycnr'8 rcgattu at tho Pnni ma-Fadflo
exposition at San Francisco and the rav
ing of two men from drowning by Coach
"Jim" Rice of tho Columbia squad, were
developments today In' the college rowing
colony along tho Hudson rlVor".
Tho Invitation to row next year's races
In California was announced by Graduato
Munnger A. Ralph llorr of tho Washing
ton crow, and was extended to the Cornell.
Columbia and Pennsylvania squad.
Wmrrjtmlaiit 0ra gmflarmtfm
His Imltalors Bat Ho Conpilitirs.
Safe, Speedy And Fosltlre Cure for
Cart, BpUnt Bwaeny, OapMd Hook,
a train td Ttadasa, rcmadar, Wlni
foffii, and all Uncacu from eparla,
Klss&oa and sthir tony tamort.
Cui ail akin dUeasts er ruaalu.
Tsruh, Diphtheria. lUmtTti aU
."f?. ' Cauitle.Balaam aold la
tTarrantaa 10 bits aaUiiMtion. Prle ai.an
. . -. ww.v vr aval u x.
praaa, dumi paid, wlii roll dlrsctloa tor
Ita uit. lo-fiand (or daacrlntlT cimiin.
EaiUmonlaU. ale. Addraoa
I' rht Lswrenee-WIIIUmt Co., Clertlint, 0.
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