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THE P.ER: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1914.
CITY ritOPHHTY Pit It SU.E.
6 HOOMS, NEW
Just completed; living toom. dining
room finished In oak: kitchen. lefrig
erator room, pnntry and bedroom down
stairs; two largo bedrooms and bath tip
Malts: house entirely modern; cement
basement; complete with soieens: vornor
lot; paved itrcct; where can you beat it.'
Price 2.S00. Easy terms.
C. G. CAKLBEKG,
110-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
1H ACRES In Tlorenre. nlong the paved
road: 180 down. 115 a month: high,
tightly ground, good location; fine view.
HASTINGS & 1I1SYDF.N, 161 Harney St.
KINK modern residence for salo or trod
In live town ot Scott's Bluffs. Neb. Art
dress. B. McDorman. Scott's Bluffs, Neb.
Equity ot 1.4fl0 In a 13.000 home tor $1,100
cash. Ha 7 rooms and bath, modern
except heat, full cement basement, ce
me nt walks, on paved street and car lino.
20 N. 30th St.
Florence Uenl EMnt tor Sale.
C L. Ncthaway. suburban prop. Flor. Jf.
No. 2775. " ' "
REPORT OF TUB CONDITION OF
The Merchant Nntlnnnl Dank,
at Omaha, In the State of Nobraska, at
the close ot business June SO, 1914:
Loan and discounts J4.623.136.03
Overdrafts, secured and unse
U. 8. bonds to secure circula
TJ. 8. bonds to secure U. B. de
Other bonds to secure postal
Bonds, securities, etr. D9.000.09
Banking house 150,000.00
Due from nation '
banks (not reset ,
Due from state tt.u .
private banks and
bankers, trust com
panies and savings
Duo from approved
reserve agents.... 789,450.78
Checks and. other
cash Items 10,10.44
Exchanges for clear
tng house 131.103.79
Notes of other na
tlonal banks 78,000.00
and cents 6k.S
lawful Money Re- x
serve In Bank, vis:
Legal tender notes.. 110,760.00 2.330.6.90
Redemption fund with U. S.
treasurer (5 per cent of clrcu
Capital stock paid In f$!Sm
Surplus fund 600.000.00
Undivided profits, less expenses
and Uxea paid 250,3-16
National bank notea outstand-
Duo "to other na-
tlonal banks - 808.420.34
Due to stato and
private banks and
Dividends unpaid ... 7.734.0O
subject to check.... 3,307,763.48
of deposit 75-00
Time certificates of
Certified checks .... 147,478.84
V. B. deposits 90,189.63
Reserved for taxes frK)0.64
State of Nebraska, County ot Douglas as:
I. Fred P. Hamilton, cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly w?ar
that the above statement Is true to the
beat of my knowledge and belief.
KRJ6D -P- HAMILTON, Cashier.
Betbacribod and sworn to .before me this
"SS)" JU'yL0UI8 WBYMULLER.
trai,j Notary Public
O. SAM ROGERS,
FRANK T. HAMILTON,
OMAHA QBNGRAt wAUKKT,
BUTTER No. 1, l-in. cartons, Z7c; No.
1, CHEE&mPorted Swiss. 8c: Amerl
cn dwlss !4o; block Swiss. 22o: twins.
H daisies. 17V4o; triplet. lJHc; Young
Americas 19cj flue label brick, HHo Urn
burger, Mb., 18c; 1-lb., o; New or
WFIshhlte, 16c: trout. Uo: ten"; crap
pies, 12c; Spanish mackerel. ltol Bhad roo.
per pair, Wc; salmon. 16p: halibut, no.
buffalo" 9Ma; channel cattish. 15c; pike,
cocks, 8tt duoks. 8c; geese, 8c J W"0.
pigeons, per doxen, 90c: ducks, full
feathered, Wl geese, full feathered. 8o
squabs. No. 1 iLM; No. 2. M5-Nn
BEEF CUTS-Rlbs. No. 1. lStfe; No.
2. aTVko: No. S, liXc. Loins, No. 1,
So; No. 2. lStfo! No. S, 16c. ChUckrf.
No, 1 lie; flo. 2. lOHo; No 3, 10c Rounds,
No. L 15Wo; No. 2, 14o; No. 3. 14c.
Plates. No. 1. 8V4c: No. 2. 8c; No. 3. mo.
The following fruit and vegetable prions
are nuoted by the Olllnsky .Fruit company:
FRUITS Oranges: Extra fancy ulen
ro Volj.nrlM Hfia. 112a. 126s. 150s. 176s,
SOOs, 216a, 250s. $3.75 per box; Red Ball
Valenclaa, all slses, 13.60 per box. Lemons:
Extra fancy Golden Bowl 300s, 360s, 87.00
per box; fancy Silver Cord, SOOs, 360s, 86.60
per box. Grapefruit: Extra fancy Ms,
84.60 per box; extra fancy, 46s, 84.000 per
box; extra rangy, ous, w.ou pr uu, In
dian River 4s and 80s, 85.00 per box.
Apples: Ben Davis, 81.75 per box; Wine
anna 12.M ner box. California Fruits:
Burbank plums, 81.25 per box; Cllmas
plums, $1.50 per box! Tragedy plums, tt.75
per box: California peaches, $1.1031.25 per
box; blackraspberrles, per 24-plnt case,
$2.25 per case; red raspberries, per 24-plne
case, e.W Per case; gooieiwrncj, ter
pine case, $2.50 per .case; cherries, per 24
plne case, $2 00 per case.
VEOETABLE B Cauliflower, home
trnwn, XL00 Mr basket: California onions.
6o per lb.; peppers, 60c per basket; fancy
tomatoes, $1.00 per crate; 6 orate lots, 90o
per crate; cucumbers, hothouse, 60aS41.00
per dox.; new beets, carrots, turnips, 2So
per dox,; celery, $1.00 per dot.: head let
tuce, 60c11.60 per dox.; leaf lettuce, 40c
per dot.; pnlons, home-grown, 15c per
dox.; radishes, 15o per dor.; parsley, 60o
per dox.; garlic, Italian, 20o per lb.; horse
radish, $1.65 per case; shelled popcorn, 5c
per lb; asparagus, home-grown, per doxen
maricer. price aoout soc per aox.; potatoes,
California new potatoes, 2a per lb.;
watermelons, lKc per lb.; cantaloupes,
uamornla atandards, fi.ao per crate: Cali
fornia ponyv, $2.00 per crate; cauliflower, I
home-grown, $1.00 per basket; bananas,
$1.76&L60 per bunch.
NUTS Salted peanuts, $1.50 per case;
No. 1 California walnuts, lSV4o per lb.;
pecan. liVf per lb.; filberts, 16o per lb.;
almonds. 20c ter lb.: popcorn, 6o per lb.
CALIFORNIA FRUITS-Cherrfes. $2.00
box: apricots, $1.75 crate; plums, $1.75
crate; peaches, 81.10 to $1.25 box; black
raspberries, 24-plnt case. $X2S case; red
raspberries, 24-plnt cue, 83.50 case; goose
berries, 24-plnt case, 32.60 cose; cherries,
24-plnt case, $100 ceae.
POTATOES California, new, 2o lb.
WATERMELONS Ic lb.
$2.50 crate: California, pony, $2.00 crate.
CAULIFLOWER Home grown. $1.00
PINEAPPLES Florida: 4Sa, $2.75 crate:
12s. $3.00 crate; 36s, $3.25 crate; 80s and
Us. $3.50 crate.
BANANAS-$1.75 to $160 bunch.
MISCF.LLANEOUS-8ugar walnut dates,
1123 per box; llms, $1.75 per basket;
crnckorjack, $3.60 per case; checkers. $3.60
per case; crackerjack, per halt case, $1.75;
checkers, per half case, $1.75!.
. NEW YORK. July 6.-COTTON-FU-Hires
closed steady; July. 12.54c; Atigust.
12.19c: October. 12.30c; December. 12.41c
January. 12.J2c: March. 1137c; May, 12.57c.
bpot quiet; middling. U25c: gulf. 18.50e,
ales, 1.200 bales. Closed from 0 to lb
points net higher,
LIVERPOOL. July e.-COTTON-Spot.
easier; good middling. 7.93d; middling. 1 41
low middling. 8.80d. sales. 4.000 bales.
Be Wont Ada Produca ResulU.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Many Deliveries of Wheat Expected
Latter Part of Month. !
FEIIEUDS OF CORN ARE FEWER
Ytllorr Cerrul ts Not Unite St At
tractive lu Spfcttlntura Ilecnnso
u( llin Ilenvy Halna In
OMAHA, July C. 19K.
H Is expected by tliono who are best
poitcu on tho movement of wheat that
there will bo deliveries on contracta tne
Inst halt of July of possibly IO.IOJ.0.0 bush
els. These deliveries will be made up al
most wholly of No. 2 red winter, as tho
hard hIicju has sold to go out and It
will not bo available for the use of ship
Ftrs In tho way of evening up. It Is said
that receipts of wheat at Chicago will
break all records as enormous quantities
have been purchased to come there. It
will take good weather, however, to In
sure a big movement, as this grain has
yet to bo threshed and moved from tho
lainn. It In atlmatpd that at least
6O,Ouu,O00 bushels have been Bold to gol
Hliioacl. Sales to foreigners continue onH
a liberal scale. . .
It la now only fc tew days before tho
July government report will make iw
apreaarneo and there are many
who believe that the situation In tho
northwest will not bo as bearish as were
tho indications a short time ago.
Conservative houses In that neck of the
woods declare that there has not been
any black rust found, but that condj.
tlons are favorable for this dread dlseaso
to develop. It Is said that foreign de
mand for wheat will conUnue on a largo
scale for somo timo to come, importing
countries want the wheat raised. In the
United Btates-not only because of Its
quality, but because ot the price now
b Cornwall 'fewer friends than for some
time poM. because of the crop reports
from the west a the result ot rains
throughout that section.. There ln
damage to speak of for the cash article
at Chicago and this has something to do
with tho lowering of prices. ..,.,!
Oats orop is more promising and this
with the weakness in corn Is helping to
sond values lower, Bulls in oats are
slow to accumulate a line as they now
feel that both corn and oats must sell
lower. . .
The situation In hog products is In the
balance. Cash trade u aomowhat better
and the trade In lard Is also better. It Is
generally believed that thero must bo a
change In the situation surrounding the
provision market to attract the attention
Caah wheat was Mo lower.
Cah corn was unchanged to H4o lower.
Cash oats were HCic lower.
Clearances: Wheat and flour, 543,000 bu.;
corn, 6,000 bu; oats, 4,000 bu.
Liverpool close: Wheat, Hd lower to
Ud higher; corn, W higher.
Primary wheat receipts were 1,187,000 bu.
and shipments 386,000 bu., against receipts
ot 1,706,000 bu. and shipments of 475,000 bu.
Primary corn receipts were 759,000 bu.
and shipments 650,000 bu., against receipts
of 1,385,000 bu. and shipments ot 969,000 bu.
Primary oats receipts were 1,113.000 bu.
and shipments 1,145,000 bu., against re
ceipts of 1.719,000 bu. and shipments of
676,000 bu. last year,
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 152 222 2$)
Minneapolis 200 ... ...
Omaha 4 47 26
Kansas City 199 60 5
St. Louis 270 66 67
Winnipeg 143 ... i..
These sales were reported today: Wheat
No. I hard winter: 1 cor, 74a; 2 cars,
(new), 73c. No. 3 hard winter: 1 car,
73V4c. Rye No. 3: 2-6 car, 60o. Oats
Standard: 2 cars, 33a. No. 3 white: 12
cars, 32ytc. No. 4 white: 4 cars. Sic No
grade: l car. Sic, Corn No. I white: 3
cars, 67c No. 3 white: 1 car, 6714c No.
6 white: 1 car, 65c. No. 2 yellow: 6 cars,
62Ho; 6 cars, 62ytc No. $ yellow: 4 cars,
62Hc. No. 1 mixed: 1 car, 62Un 2 cars,
61c No. 2 mixed: 2 cars, ezHa; 1 car,
62c; 3 cars, 61 He. No. -3 mixed: 1 car,
614o; 3-5 car, eio. No. 4 mixed: l car,
60c. No. 6 mixed: 2 cars, 6SKo; l car,
67c Sample: 1 car, 66oi 1 car (hot), 54c
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No, 2 hard,
72B77o: No. 3 hard, 71376e; No. 4 hard.
G9n4Hci No. 2 spring. 7V4OS0V4c; No. 8
spring, 7SV479V4a: No. 4 spring, 75V44JTft4c;
No. 2 durum, 70371a; No. 3 durum, 6970o.
Corn: No. 2 while, 67C7o: No. 3
white, 07M67c; No. 4 white, 66H6V4c;
No. 2 yellow, 62HMc: No. 3 yellow. 62S?
C2isc; No. 4 yellow. C061o; No. 2. 61V4
62&o; No. S. eiQfllttc; No. 4. 69H0WKC
Oats: No. 2 white. SSWQBSHo; standard,
S2K33c; No. 3 white, 32UT32V4o; No 4
white, Barley; Maltlnpr. 60065c;
fetd4&S60e. Bye: No. 2, 60H(S6Ic; No,
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feature of the Trading nnd Closing
-i Prlrea on Hoard of Trade,
CHICAGO. July 6. Unquestionable
discovery of black rust In South Da
kota and reports of tho presence of the
plague In North Dakota and Minnesota
turned tho wheat market today over to
the bulls. There was a firm close at
MUVi.0 net advance. Corn suffered a net
loss of to Wc, oata finished H off
to a sixteenth up and provisions rang
ing from 2Hflo down to a raise of 7M
Huge receipts of new winter wheut
hero caused prices to sag heavily In the
early part of the session, especially for
the July option. Actual offerings on tho
sample tables represented more than 600
car loads. Dispatches saying that lar
gest yield ever known In Nebraska was
now assured had a further bearih effect.
Damage reports from Russia, however,
and a big export demand based on the
black rust news made the subsequent up
ward sweep of the market Irresistible.
Corn was under pressure from liquid
ating sales by holders. Crop reports
were generally favorable, and the cash
demand poor, notably so In the south
west, where abundance of rain was fall
ing. A liberal decrease In the visible sup
ply total, though, led to a reaction after
December prices had touched a new low
level for the season. Hedging sales of
oats were offset by black rust reports
from Iowa and South Dakota.
Buying of ribs amounted to much more
than the usual aggregate, and formed a
i toadying lnfluenco on provisions. The
buying of ribs appeared to be for pack
ers who had disposed of cash produce.
Futures ranged as follows:
Close. I Hlgh.j Low. Clone.1 Fri.
m ?' d 3t 3g
8u 2g 8. Wt
84 35 U Sfivj i$
I 21 65 21 70 21 65 21 70 21 65
2025 2030 20 17H 20 25 2025
10 20 10 12ft
10 30 10 SO 10 22ft 10 22Vi 10 27V4
j 11 87M H 90 11 874 U 87ty 11 SO
I 11 80 11 85 11 77V4 11 82H ll 76
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 3
red. 8OH081c: No. 2 hard, S0i461Uc: No.
2 northern, S8ifr90e: No. 2 spring, $7esSc
Corn: No. 2 yellow, 6T3Uc; No. 3
yellow. 67U08c Oats: No. 3 white, 36
S7c; standard. S7CS7c Rye: No. 2, 69o.
Barley: 4Sy58c Timothy: $4.26fl6.50.
Clover: tSlO-OOSnOO. Pork: $21.75. Lard:
$10.10. Ribs: $lL62tt012.12tt.
BUTTER Steady; creamery. 20tt26Mc.
EGGS Steady; receipts, 17,657 cases; at
mark, cases Included, 1618o: ordinary
firsts, 17M17ci firsts, 18Ul8Kc
CHEESE Steady; daisies, 14Vt14Hc;
twins, 14S14Jc; Americans, 16S06Wc; long
POTATOES Higher: receipts. 165 cars:
Arkansas ajid Oklahoma Triumph, ll.Wtf
1.65; Virginia, bbls., $1.604.75; old, $1.25
POULTRY Alive, lower; fowls, 15ci
Nevr York General Sfarket.
NEW YORK. July 6.-8UOAR-Raw.
steady; molasses sugar, 167o; centrifugal,
3.32a. Refined, steady; cut loaf, 6.25c;
crushed, 1. 16c; mould A, 4.80cj cubes, 4 65c;
XXXX powdered. 4.49c; powdered. 4.40c;
fine granulated, 4.30c; diamond A, 4.80c;
confectioners' A. 4.20a: No. 1. 4.10c.
BUTTER Creamery, extras, 27J727Hc;
firsts. 24tt2GUc; seconds, 22024o; process,
extras, 2222Hc; ladles, current make,
firsts, 2082lHc; seoonds. lHc: packing
stocKs, current maxe, o. z, uhc
v.. , . , . i j .a.t, nuuio iiiiiiki 1 1 CB II ,
whites; specials. 14Hc; same, colored, 144
&14Hc, same, colored, average fancy. He;
same, white, 14314Uc; skims. 61 He.
EGGS Fresh gathered, axtrs, 23325c;
extra first. ;iu.'lv. f.rsta.. !0S8nHc,i
neond. 1Hi$0c, Pennsylvania and I
heat-by hennerivs, whites. Mc; same,
fathered, whites, tttitfe. same, luMitury.
browns, stfeiefe. mmo. aathered, browns
and mixed lolora, SOtrlSc.
l"OlM.TKY-nr.sMr Western rhlekens,
frtuten. lUttiaoc; fowls. llHUUSHc ;tut
Lho. steady; western thickens, broilers.
5c; fowl, Hit!; turkeys, l&o. j
Corn mill When! r.rHlnu llntlrtln.
Corn and wheat region bulletin of the
United States Department ot Agriculture,
weather bureau, ut Omaha, for the twenty-four
hours ending at 8 a. m., 75th
meridian time, Monday, July C, 1914:
. -Temp." Rain-
Stations. Midi. Low. tall. Sky.
Ashland, Neb.. SO 74 .00' rt. cloudy
Auburn, Neb... 89 72 .02 Pt. cloudy
B ken liow; Nb 83 63 .15 Clear
Columbus, Neb, & 65 .00 Cloudy
Culbortson. Nb. 97 63 1.32 Pt. cloudy
Fnlrbury, Neb.. 90 72 .W Pt. cloudy
Fulrmont, Neb. 89 68 .03 Pt. cloudy
Gr. Island. Nb.. SS 63 .20 Pt. cloudy
Hartlngt'n. Nb 89 60 .CO Clear
Hastings, Neb., 88 65 .18 Cloudy
Holdrcge, Neb. 91 1 1.56 Cloudy
Llncotn, Neb... 90 71 .00 Cloudy
No. Platte, Nb 88 64 .02 Pt. cloudy
lUakdale, Neb. 88 72 .00 It. cloudy
Omaha. Neb.... 89 74 .00 Cloudy
Tt-kumah, Neb. 92 70 .05 Raining
Valentine, Nb. $ 64 .08 Clear
Altn, la 90 70 . 45 Raining
Carroll, la 90 70 .00 Pt. cloudy
Clarlnda. Ia.... 93 71 .60 Cloudy
Sibley, la 89 67 .16 Cloudy
Sioux City, la,. SS "0 .00 Cloudy
Not Included In averages. 'Minimum
temperature for twelve-hour period end
ing at S a. m.
No. ot Temp. Raln
Dtstrict. Stations. High. Low. fall.
Columbus, 0 18 86 55 .00
Louisville, Ky... 22 H 62 .00
Indla'polls, Ind.. IS 93 C2 .00
Chicago, 111 24 S8 62 .00
St Louis, Mo.... 18 94 6S .TO
Des Moines. Ia.. 24 92 68 .40
Minneapolis .... 62 S3 64 a .60
Kan. City, Ma. S3 88 70 .70
Omaha. Neb 17 90 68 .70
Warm weather prevalltd throught the
corn and wheat region during bunday.
Showers occurred In the western districts,
and were heavy at points In Minnesota,
the Dakotaa, Nebraska, Kansas and Mis
souri. U A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
Kansas City Grain nnd ProTislnna,
KANSAS CITY. July . WHEAT No.
2 hard, old, S9a; new, 763820 : No. 2 red,
new, 73tti&74c; July, 7SVio; September, T2ft
S13c: December, 7676c
. CORN-No. 2 mixed, 64V4c; No. 2 white,
71Hc; September, 61Hc; December, Sic
OATS No. 2 white, 35c; No. 2 mixed,
BUTTER Creamery, 23c; firsts, 21o;
seconds, 18c; packing, 170.,
EGGS Firsts. 18V4c: seconds, 14c.
prHTT.TIlVHpnii. 14n; hrnllrm. 24c.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL, June 6. WHEAT No. 2
Manitoba, 7s 3Vid; July, 6a llTtd; October,
6s 9Vld; December. 6a lOd.
CORN American mixed, 6s 7d; July,
FLOUR Winter patents. 27s 3d.
HOPS In London (Pacific coast), 3108
St. Lonla General Mnrket.
ST. LOUIS, July 6. WHEAT No. 2
red, 7778ttc; No. 2 hard. ?S5r.c; Juiy,
76Hc; September, 77UOT?4o.
CORN-No. 2, 67c; No. 2 white, 7478o;
July, 66c: September, 64HS4Hc
OATS No. 2, 37c; Not 2 white, 8SU6c.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 6. WHEAT
July, 87o; September, uiho; wo. l nara,
92Hc; No. 1 northern, SSHci No. 2 north
Flour prices about same na Friday.
CORN-No. 8 yellow, 63Vifl4c.
OATS-No. 3 Whtte, 34HQC5C
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Stronir Hor Strong Sheevp
CHICAGO. July 6,-CATTLE-Recelpts.
11.500 head; market strong: beeves, $7.25
9.65; stoors, $6.608.26; stockers and feod
em, $5.76Btf.95: cows and heifers, $3.70
$.85; calves. $6.76S9.75.
HOGS Receipts, 19.000 head: market,
strong; bulk of Bales, $8.30Q.65; light $8.20
8.fi0; mixed, M.1SM2H: heavy. $8.00
S.62V4L rough, $8V0OS78.15; pigs. $7.4O8.30.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 10,000
head: market strong,; sheep. $B.3or6.10;
yearlings. $6.357.60; lambs. $6.359.25.
St. I.oula Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., July 6,-CATTLE-Recelpts
4.500; market, steady to
25o higher; native beef steer. $7.W
9.30i cows and heifers, $5.0039.0 stock
ers and feeders, $5.0ftR7.50; southern steers,
$5.75fi.40; cows and helVrs. $4.6090.65;
native calves, $6.0099.60.
HOGS Receipts, 4.200; market lOfflSo
higher; pigs and lights, $7.00(08.05; mixed
and butchcrB, $S.4508.65--, good heavy, $8.60
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 4.000;
market 3tcady to higher; sheared mut
tons, $4.76i31G.0O; spring lambs, $8.0030.25.
Knnana City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, July 6. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 600 head; market strong to 15c
higher; prime fed steers, W.00S9.50;
dressed beef steers, $7.604iS.90: western
steers. $6.6039.25; bulls, $5.25.75; calves,
HOGS Receipts, 2,200 head; market, 6
10c higher; bulk of sales, $8.30fl8.60; heavy.
ii.iwtb.W); pocaers ana ouicnern,, o.hboi
8.50:-light. $8.208.25; nigs $8.00Q.23.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recerpts. 3.S00
head; market strong to 10c higher; lambs,
$3.25ff9.00: yearlings, $6.097.00; wethers,
$4.75.00; ewes, $4.00g6.CO.
Qlnnx City Live Stock Mnrket.
filOITX CITY. la.. July 6. CATTLE Re-
int 1.600: market. lOo higher: native
steers, il.wav.w; cows nnu iicuitb, ..uv
Jie.00: cows' nna neners, so.imh w; can
ners, $3.6034.00; calves, $6.26(36.60; bulls,
stags, etc., $5.007.76. .... .
OGS Recei"!". z,sw; marKet ic lower;
heavy, $8.17n(r8.30; mixed. $8.158.17VS;
light, vs.ia; duik, w.mij.ii).
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 600:
markt. 10a hlirher: fed muttons. $8.60ifZ
7.Z5; wetners. Ki.flo-io; ewes, s.wub.w;
i t. - : . .
St. Joseph 1,1 ve siook Biaruet,
ST. JOSEPH, July 6. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 100 head; market strong: steers,
$7.6030.00; cows and heifers, $4,007(8.50;
HOGS Receipts, 1.600 head: market
higher: top, $8.60; buljc. M.30Q8.42H.
iso sneep on euir.
aulet. at $3.85fl3.05. Spelter, steady, at
$4.9&8C.05. Copper, steady; spot and Sep
tember, tii.4&GH.8&: electrolytic, Wl.TVti
13.87H; lake, nominal; casting, $13.60P
1$.62H. Tin. firm; spot, $32.2OS'22.80; Sep.
tember. $32.10(7762.60. Antimony, dull; Cook
son's, $7.12Wi7 25. Iron, quiet; No. 1 north,
em. $14.7515.26; No. 2 northern. $14,500
15.00; No. 1 southern, $H.75&15,2S; No. 3
London prices: Copper, firm: spot 62
10s; futures. (62 17s 6d. Lead, (19 5s. Spel
ler, til lus. iin. iirm; spoi, imo; iuiurcn,
147 10s. Iron, Cleveland warrants, 61s 3d.
ST. LOUIS. July 6. METALS Lead.
firmer, at $3.77403.80. Spelter, lower, at
NEW YORK. July 6. COFFEE The
market was quiet but generally steady to
day on scattered covering or a little trade
buying In the absence of selling pres
sure. Steady European and Brazilian
cables probably accounted for the open
Inir advance of 1 to 7 Dolnta anil whlln
some months rased oft slightly, under
realizing, the close was at a net gain of
from 1 to 5 points for the day. Sales, 13.500
Dales; juiy, s.too; nepiemDer, s.iio; uc
tober, 8.76o; December, 8.95c; January,
8.07o; March. 9.01c; May, 9.06c. Spot quiet;
Illo. No. 7. 8T4C! Santos, No. 4. 12Hc Mild,
uuu; uoraovo, unw'Vt nominal.
Kvnnnrnteil Applra nnd Dried Frail
NEW YORK. July 6 EVAPORATED
APPLES Quiet: fancy. Ugi2c; choice,
lOJtlOVlc; prime. 6Seoc.
DRIED FRUITS Prunes, steady; Call-
Torniao. ovvvnytu, ureguna, ivuiic. Jipn
coU, quiet: choice. 16Htfl6o; extra choice
l7017Mc; fancy, 18HC Peaches, dull
fornlas, STiClUio; Oregons, lygi2o. Apri-
choice, 6UMe; extra choice. 6Q7Wo;
fnrv. VAiifc. Raisins, aulet and mntAv!
loose muscatels, 6UG7Hc; choice, to fancy
seeded, 7V06VO- seedless, 6U&7o; London
Be Want Ads Prodaoe Reaults.
OMAHA L1YEJT0CK MARKET
Primo Hoavy Beeves Stronger nnd
Others Slow, but Steady.
HOGS STRONGER. VERY BLOW
Sheep nnd Lamha In Active Demand
anil Ten to Fifteen Cents Itlicher
Than at Close oC Last
SOUTH OMAHA, July , 19H.
Kstlmate Monday 2.100 2.700 7,700
oomo aay last week,,., s.uttl
Samo 2 ecka ago 1,53
Same 3 weeks ago 2,723
onmo wcokb ago.,..,. !,JW
Same day last year,... 1,630
The fnllowlnar tnhln hn, thA rooeltlts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
dato as compared with last year:
z.... mL 1911 in0 E-.
CatUo 40H.SS3 427.20C 18.S33
nogs 1,3$S,2U l,WkS,Wl
Sheop 1,101.499 W0.716 163,781
The followlnir tuhlo ahnwa rr range ot
prices for hogs at tho South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
I 1914. 1913.U13,ll911.'1910.1909.il9C3.
9 401 7 671 6 M
3S 7 68j 5 54
5 03 I I 7 XI
S OlUl S 501 I
18 05H1 8 401 7 161
8 lsWl 8 3$ 7 23
S tOVil S 41 T 25
8 21!7 8 40 7 85
8 43 7 40
9 Jll 7 6S 6 53
9 30 7 611 5 37
763 7 4
I 9 43 6 60
9 40j 7 63
9 15 7 45J G S
I 9 15 7 40 6 84
9 24 7 40 5 91
9 26 7 48 5 87
7 68 5 83
13 5 54
9 00 7 64
8 99 7 62 5 99
9 63 7 66 6 03
10 l 6 73 R 70
8 79 7 63 5 97
7 67 608
889 Til ""
8 90 7 76 18
Junn ! '
7 46 6 14
7 30 16 12
7 301 8 14
7 34 6 OS
7 341 6 18
Receltlta htiA rflatwialttnn a,
the Union atnk vn r1 n in Emit v. o ... . v. .
for twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. in.
. M. A fft P R ,
Missouri Paplfln . i
lUnlon Pad no 12 IS 31
C, & N. W east... 14..
. v., west., 26 io
C. SL P.. m. n 1 1
ft, B. & Q., cost 2
v., n. y., west 9 8.,
ft, R. I. & P., east 13 1 .,
Illinois ContraT 13..
Chicago O. W 5 2 .,
Total receipts 89 33 31
Cattle. Hno RhMti
Morris & Co 357 521 6S8
DWlIt & CO 601 639 2.753
Cudahy Packing Co 462 639 2,978
Armour A Co 320 623 2,613
j. w. Murphy 2SS
aiorrell , 37
Lincoln Pocking Co.;.,.' 83 .....
South Omaha P. Co.... ' 2
Kay Packing Co,..,.,. 204
Swift. Fort Worth. . 68
W. li. Vansant, Co 37
Hill & Son a
.1. II. Bulla... W ...
McCreary & KellOK-B- 14
Werthelmer & Degen... 31
Sullivan Bros 4
Mo. & Kansas Calf Co.. 9
Baker. Jones & Smith.. 41
John Harvey ,, ,. 23 .....
Other buyers 103
Totals 3,000 2,777 3,933
CATTLE Receipts were very light this
morning, only 87 cars belnir rnnnrtnd In
and the average quality of the receipts
was poor, mat is, ouuiae ot a rew prime
beeves the arrivals conalstnit lare'elv nf
half-fat and unfinished stock. While re
ceipts as noted wore very light as com-
area wun a weoK ago iney were reauy
arser than a year ago by a few hun
Ruyers seemed to want a few choice
hoavy cattle and the few cars answering
tliat description sold at stronger prices. A
bunch of 1,456-pound beeves sold at $9.20,
the hlghcBt price paid for heavy cattle
thus far this year. Cattle that were com
mon or half fat and In fact all grades
less than good to choice were very slow
and dull at no better than steady prices.
Tho packers are getting plenty ot cheap
southern gross cattle, which gives them
a plentiful supply of cheap beet, and they
are In consequence discriminating against
tho less desirable Kinas oi corniens. mius
Is nothing unusual, as the name condi
tion exists practically everywhere at this
season, and Is not limited to, this market
but exists at all selling polnta as well,
Thero la not time of the year whon un
finUVioA nnttta kpII tn noorer ndvantaxe
than at this season and It would bo well
for shippers to bear this fact In mind. It
WOUla also DO won lor mem w it nciiiuci
that tho top prices paid nt all points are
paid for cattle that are a prime as it
Is possible to mako them.
Thoie are very few cows or heifers In
sight and prices showed llttlo change.
Tho same was true ot stockers and feed-
"Quotations on cattle: Good to choice beef
steers. $8.&0ff9.0: fair to good, beef steers.
$8.10I8.35: common to fair beer steers. i.v
518.10; good to choice cornfed heifers. $7.25
St 25; good to choice cornfed cows. $6.75
7.60: fair to good grade . $5.7506.75; com
mon to lair uraaea, o ' "i". ,v;
nA fanners. 17.Em8.00:
fair to good stockers and feeders. $6.75
7.D0: common to fair etockors and feed ern.
I1.26SJ0.YD SIOCK OOWB nun UHitm r.w,
7.25: stock calves. $6.5007.75: veal calves.
$7.6O3ia00;' bulls, stags, etc.. $5.2j7.co.
, Ay. Pr. NO. at. rr.
ll 141 7 60
10... uo 7 "
, Kl 100
15... 10W t 09
U ,.. 717 I 00
H 1002 I 00
(1 10SO 8 00
. lUt 8 09
II Kl 111
18 1044 I It
44 1111 9
It 10S1 I to
20 10M SO
40 W III
? . !"
tl 1025 8 N
11 1220 I 10
rr iim s is
t ItU I M
ti 1136 t W
rr un w
)t , 1411 U
l 1JSI S 71
10 1M I 7S
11 1111 I M
II 1M1 1 10
tl., 10t I to
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
a. tea 7 ao u
6 600 I 00 17
It SOT I 11 59
II 1017 I 28 41
14 m i o .
791 I TS
Kl I IS
1 TM I 78
1 120 4 On
4 1015 4 74
1 1040 t M
1, IOuO t SO
l., too t so
t ltM ( eo
1 tS S TS
1 1CW I Os
lo 1111 t
t -UM t IS
, IM tt
,179 t 40
....1141 t 41
.... ell t so
.... Ml I SO
..,,1195 6 0
....ion a tl
..,.1027 7 04
....1171 T 4
... Ill III
U -. tot t U 1
2. 675 7 00 1.....
1 1040 I ZS 2.-...
1 920 S S3 1
........ H, I Ml
7W 7 49
1JW) t to
1100 7 M
2 UtO S SO 1..
1 1210 6 60 1..
1 179 SO 1
1...... WW I TS t....
I..... 1219 7 tt I..-.
1. 110 T TS 1.....
110 I so
319 t SO
120 It 00
IM 10 00
1, 120 00 1 1M It 00
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
t no iu i nt t to
t ISO I 75 tt 7S9 7 00
1 feeder... 650 6 60 7 cows 902 6 60
20 COWS...N1030 6 40 90 cows 42 7 00
5 steers.... 996 7 60 49 steers.. ..1166 7 90
1 heifer.... 860 5 60 20 feeder!.. 693 7 75
17 feeders.. 872 7 60
21 stcers..H77 8 65
HOQS Receipts were tne smallest for a
Monday since the second week In Decem
ber, something Ilka forty-one cars, or
3.700 head, showed up, being over 4,000
snort ot last Monday, and nearly 4,000
smaller tnan tne corresponding day last
The supply was really too small for a
good market, ana the trade was ex
tremely dull from the very start. Shin
pers hod orders for a few loads, arid what
they bought looked to be about a dime
higher, but their purchases wero very
umiiea. a iwo-iota ouncn oi zoncy uerK
shires sold to a ahlpoer aarbr at S8.42V4.
top for the day, wad ttio highest jrioo
8 OOTil 8 441
8 OQli) S 51
8 8 53
S 17U 8 52
15H I 46
I 8 69
that has been paid since April. As was
Intimated, the packers did not seem to
care very muoh whether they bought
anything. All other markets reported ad
vances of closo to a dime, and with local
supplies so light sellers thougnt mat
Values outrht to be At lenat that good
hero, but the packers' first bids In no
caao were better than a nickel higher,
and In some Instances did not look to be
morw than steady. With things In this
shapo trade remained practically lifeless
throughout the greater part ot tho fore
noon. In KPlto of all the efforts on the part ot
sellers to bolster tho market up, prices
remained practically unchanged, and in
the end the bulk ot tho desirable offer
ings sold at figures that were clone to n,
nickel up. ItoiiRh packing sows were
very hard to move, even at steady fig
ures, and the discrimination against the
commoner grades was the only feature
ot tho day's, trade. Movement was very
draggy and at noon there w-ere several
loads ot rather common hogs still unsold.
On the whole values wilt average lesa
than a nickel higher. The big end ot
the sales looks closo to a nickel up, with
tho lees desirable stuff, especially hogs
showing graas moving around steady
prices. The long string sold at $3.25. with
quite, a sprinkling down to $5.20, and some
even below that figure. The top reached
3S.42M, being raid by a shipper early in
Represent atlvo sales:
Ko. At. Sh. lr. No. At. Kb. Pr,
m tu io i its 4 m o i a
M IN M S 1(1 JO M IB
W IN I N M US 10 I to
m tti to i :o m ni ix i u
70...... .1)1 ! tfc, Tl K0 W I JJ
N.,,,. ...lit ... M TO M 100 H4
K0 160 I 1114 7 SK 49 I 0
T HI 1M I tH ) T ... 30
70 Ill 49 I MH 71 Ill ... I i
M) lot ID lit 71 9 19 t ll'i
ii S4 son its ii ...mi too turn
6S....UI 1M M Ul 1 I lt
M JJt WtH M ,.: Ml m
SHEEP A light run of some 7,700 head
and light receipts at most other outsldo
points, led the sellers to ask higher prices
this morning. Ruyers wero a little slow
starting out, but as the morning; advanced
It developed that they wanted some good
killing sheep and lambs, and In conse
quence paid what sellers asked, the gen
eral run ot sales belne 10315c hither
than tha close ot last week. Aa tho de
mand seemed very good, trade was active
once tho offerings began to move scale-
ward, and aa a result the clearance was
The bulk of the range lambs was from
Idaho nnd sold chiefly at $3.85, tho gen
eral qunllly being as good as toward tha
close ot last week.
A very fair supply of aged sheep was
at the disposal of buyers, and most ot
the ewes and wethera wero nicked un be
fore the lambs, there being four cars of
wctnera good enough to bring $6.50 and
some ewes $4.75.
As most of tho receipts today were on
the fat order, there was little doing In
tho fcoder line, though several feeder
Duyra neia quite a tew orders tor feedern
Quotations on range sheep and lambs!
Lambs, good to choice, $8.85fl0.10: lambs,
fair to good, t&60Q.85: lambs, feeders.
li.7M56.50j yearlings, good to choice, U.S5
tf6.6t); yearlings, fair to good, Jd.0oif6.3ii
wethers, good to choice, 5.4MJ6.70; weth
erK, fair to good, $5.35Q'5.4S; owes, good
to choice, $4. 6034. SO; ewes, fair to good,
No. At. Pr.
163 Idaho ewes , 118 4 75
304 Idnho lambs ,, 75 8 85
255 Idaho lambs 71 8 85
12 Idaho lambs , 70 8 F5
45 culls , 67 6 50
192 Idaho lambs..,...,,, 83 8 85
1.250 Idaho lambs 62 8 90
200 Idaho lambs 52 6 65
700 Idaho lambs 67 8 80
200 culls 55 6 60
230 Idaho wethers..,. 02 S 60
246 Idaho wethers 91 5 50
252 Idaho wethers 91 A 50
160 culls ., 90 4 00
99 Idaho wethers 00 5 60
1.576 Idaho lambs 72 8 95
124 culls 6 70
548 Idaho lambs 74 9 00
STOCKS AND nONDS.
rtovlevvr ot Opernttona on S tools Ex.
clmiiKe Durlnw the Day.
NEW YORK. JlllV tl-Ttl mnr hnr.fnl
feeling manifested liv th
ment during tho latter part of last'Week
was again In evldonoe at tho outset of
iKv;! . Vfu,1".S" J". ,no "iock market.
Without the aid of London, where Amor
lean stocks were mnatlv Idwaf. ariv
ni Ices hero were, generally above last
Friday's close, UnTott Pacific was the
icaiure. soon Knininr a noini. with fnir
advances In Southern Pactflo and Amal.
gamantcd. Other active Issues were only
allvhtlv hllrhnr. ItnrW lalnn4 f.nmm.H
moved contrary to the gonernl ltat with
n now low record, and Snara-Roebuok
lost a small part of Its reccm! speculative
Numoei. ot sales and leading quotations
on stock wero as follows: .
BaUa. ltltb. Low. CloV.
American nt Buiar,
American 8. & II
American S. A It pf4....
Amer- Sugar neflnlni...
American T A T
American Tobacco .......
AnaconOa Mlnlnt: ,
Daltlmora A Ohio.
IlrooVIrn J Lipid Tt
California Petroleum ....
ChenaDeaka & Ohio ,,
Chicago O. W
(Tiicaro, M. & nt. r
Chlcaao A N. W
Colorado Fuel iron,,..
Colorado & Southern
Penvar A Rio Orandt.,,,
Dlatltlers Becurltlea ....
Or eat Northern pfd......
Oreat Northern Ore ctfa.
InUrborouih Mat pfd....
Kanaaa City Southern.,,
ImlaTllla t NaahTllle...
Mlaaourl. K. tk T
New Tork copper
N. Y.. N. It. A U
Norfolk A Weatarn.......
NortlMra Pactflo ........
Paclflo T. & T
ralhnaa Talaoa car..,,,,
TUr Con. Coppar,,,..,..,
llpuhllo Iron A meal....
Itock taland Co
nook leiand uo. pro
Ht. U A B. F. Id pfd....
Southarn TUIlwar .,
Union PeHlo Pio.
United Btatea (Keel.......
U. 8. Bteel pfd
Wabaah rd , -
W'ertem Union ,,
Weatlnthcnna ITIectrlo ..
New Yorlr Sloney Mnrket.
rrrr.v TORK. July 6, MONBT Call,
firm; !W per cnt: ruling rate, I per cent;
closing. 2V42H per rent. Time loans
stronger: Wxty days. 24 per cent; ninety
days. per cent; six months,
MERCANTIIE PAPER-)i4V4 per
"btbRMNO EXCniANaEFlrm; sixty
days, t4.8,Ji aemana, i.onv. uihuw
BILVeK Bar, 6v4cj Mexican dollars,
1JOND3 Oovernment. heavy; railroad,
lTBTUlr. . , ,
Closing Quotations on bonds today wero
U. B. ret. U. ref... M'Ulfatt A M. t.....101
do coupon "uoruiara ce joz
U. 8. la ref "1 U A N, unl, to KV
do coupon 191 M. K. & T. let . tT'
U. S. 4a. ret ,,.109Mo. rao, r. la (7V
ioeoupon ,.119 N. Y. C. . a.... in
r.r..m. l. eaur,on..lom do deb. 4a... IH
Amer. As. U 100N. Y, C. 4e. 1M3. .107
Am. Cotton Oil Sa.- N. Y, Btexe 4a.... .110
Am. Bmeltlni a. .101 N. Y. Rr. adj. la... Sl
AmTToUcoo U 121'N. Y. N. H. A .
Armour A Co. 4a.. OT. la 10S
Atchlaon gen. 4a. . 6N. A W. er. 4a....06
do er. 4a. lt0., No. raelflo It,.,,... tl
A. C 1 elt. to..., 11 do la t7
Bal. A Ohio 4l. 'S"0. B. U ret. 4a... tl
do ct. 4a. , tlSI-ae. TAT. ia M
Beth. Steal rtf, 5a., Ilenn. er. !t, ISIS.
Brook. Tr e. 4a, tl do eon. 4a 191
Can, of Oa, Sa,. ..lOlUnar Con, a ut
Cen, Leather Sa,.,.. I9lleadln( sen. to M
Ok. A Ohio 4a... W Silt, p. Reel U, 1140.. 14
do ct 4Vie II 8. I A 8. V. r. 4a. TO
a D. A Q. J. 4a.... rJH'SL U B. W. e, 4a. tS
do ten, 4a.. MV18. A. U, adj. Sa.... 7
Cbleaaa O. W. to.. 7tB-. Dell Tel. Sa... M
.O It A B P 4.,101fia. Pae. or. 4a VJU
"ieo 'HU ti"
1,100 H 14
'"ioo "tl'i 'ti!i'
too WS CSH
too tit, 11
" ioo iiiU isi"
1,000 ivt Id
l.too u ll
'"too ioo" ioo"
'"ioo 'itii 'it"
""wo '"' 'mh
709 IIIU, HI
KOO 12IK UU
900 n Jin
i,y ui u
'"too "vti 'iiii
'"ioo 'U "ti"
4. too w,l msi
"ilioo 'n" 'ti'
ona tm 17H
l.SOO 17 17
'"jro "tii 'mU
400 6SH 6S
too WSti 10SH
tOO 112 111
I '"ioo iii" iii
"t'.ioo 'iivi 'iivi
4,700 114 1C4
" "loo "ivi "iii
' 'moo 'iivi siU
KO t4 14
700 n tt
, "t'ooo isiii Vd'i
ii'.w iivi i
400 10t 199V1
1,M0 Sl SIVi
i!soo 'iivi it
1 000 74 75
, U.tOO aharea.
H, da sen. 4a.........
77Teia Co, tr. tt...
it Teiaa A p. let....
lfThlrd Ate. adj. Sa.
WHVnlea raetn la....
71 do ct. a
TIU. a Rubber te...,
IOtU. B. (tteel Sa
1("0V..C. Chera. Sa.,..
, M Wabaeh lat Sa...,,
77WeM. Union a...
tSVWeat Eleo. CT. St.
C. It, I. A P. e. 4a.
da ref. 4a
C. A N W. !..,
C A S. ref 4V4-
n. A n. a. ret. it,
Brte cr. 4a, eer. D.
do ten. to .....
Oen. Rleetrla la,....
Ot. No. let 4 HI..,
111. Central ref. 4.,
Inter. M. 4e...,.,
K C. Po, ret. ta...
U 8. dK 4a, 1.,
noslon Sloolc Mitrket,
ROSTON. July Closing quotations on
storkc today were as follows.
Allouei HN'e'le (ion 11
Amal. Copper Tl Nlplaalni Mlnaa ....
A. X. U A 8 It North tlulta
Art, ona Com. 4N'orth Ivike I
Cat. A Artiona...... t4Old Dominion 41
Cat. ll,cla. ...... .Ill Oaceola 7t
Centennial ltHQutner S7
copper ltanae O, C, tl Hhana, t
Kaat nutla C, M. .. tHupriar 274
Franklin , 4Supertor A II. M..,. 1
llmnbr Con. llTamarck 96
Greene Canine .... !U. 8. S. ft. A M... S3
l,le Home Copper, n do pfd ,..,.,,,,. 41
Kerr Lake 8 Utah Cbn 11
take Copper t Utah Copper Co.... tt
I Salle Copper lWlnona S
Miami Copper tlHWolTerlne 40
Mohawk IIViDutta & Superior.... 27
Bank clearings in tha United States for
tho week ending July I, a,a reported to
ltradstreet s Jaurnal, Now York, aggre
gate nT24,I41.0M, against S!.S73.&21,00u last
week ami J,6t'a,74S,Vi In tills week last
car. canaaian clearings aggregate
and HM.tvl.Oon in this week last year, fol
lowing aio tho returns for thta week ami
lost, with percentages ot change, from
una weea laai jmr;
Inc. I Deo.
Kanaaa Cltr ...
Mlnneapol la ...
ln Ancelea ..
New Orlonna .
II, 434. WW
1. MI. quo
4, W0. 000
St. Joseph ,,.
Washington, D. C.
Malt Iika Cltr
Maoon ,,,, ,
Sloui Cltr ,
JackeonTllle, Fla .
Orand Raplda ,
a, in, wo
OMAHA. July 8. Bank clearings for
Omaha today were 13,45,808.78 and for
tho corresponding day last year 12,811,-
Ten Are Killed by-
Fireworks in Nation
CHICAQO, July 6. Ravlted figures an
nounced tonight by tho Sane Fourth com.
mtttee, a Chicago organisation, show a
total of ten deaths caused by fireworks
throughout the nation In this year's two-
day celebration of Independence day. This
list doubtless will bo Increased by deaths
of Injured, of whom 87 were reported.
In tho 1913 celebration twenty-five deaths
were reported and 1.0U3 Injured.
SAGAMORE HILL GATE
BARRED FIRST IN YEARS
OYSTElt BAY, N. V., July 6.-The gate
loading to Sagamore Hill was barred to
day for the first time In years and Colo,
net Roosovelt was lnacceaslblo from the
The colonel, tt was learned tonight, still
cherishes the hope of smashing "the solid
south." Although ho has given up his
trip to the Paclflo coast on account of
his health, he agreed to go to New Or
leans next month to make a speech. He
probably will make a few other speechea
In the south during tho trip.
WITH H00SIER FEDERALS
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., July . Pltchor
R. J. McConnaughey, a right-hander,
drafted by tho Chicago Americans two
years ago and sent to the Bt. Joseph club
of tho Western league, signed today with
tho Indianapolis Federal league club.
McConnaughey refused to report to tha
St. Joseph team this spring.
Ullbnr Takes two front Crete.
WILBER, Neb., July 6.-(8pocial.)-Wllber
defeated Creto on its homo
grounds in two Fourth of July games be.
fore good.sUed crowds. This gives Wllber
three out of four gomes In tne seven
series gomes that are to be played and
Wlllbor won Its three games on the
Crete grounds. For the second game tha
ground were a little slippery after a
shower, but at no time was Crete even
within looking distance of victory. In the
afternoon game not till the seventh In
ning did any of the Cretes reach second
base. Bcoro, first game:
Wllber 9 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-1012 5
Crete 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 1 0- 26$
Batteries: Wllber, Shlmerda and Pru
cha; Crete, Zelenka, Blllhorn and Bron
fiooro, afternoon game: U.H.E.
Wllber 0 2 1 4 j 0 0 0 0-8 14 1
Crete 0 0000000 1-1 6 4
Batteries: Wllber. Streator and Pruchaj
Crete. Klrkland and Blllhorn. Branson.
I'mlrtf I)o Defeat Litchfield.
LITCHFIELD, Neb.. July (WSpeclal.)
Litchfield lost to the Prairie Dog team
V. . - Ka I1, r I. 0 t 1 ITh. ...l.l.k
I'GIQ vw, v - Bil,cr ,VI1IUI
was one ot the best ever played here.wat
fast throughout and was witnessed by
one of the largest crowds that ever saw
a ball game here. Estabrooks allowed but
two hits and struck out twelve, while
Hager for the locals allowed three hits
and struck out fourteen, striking out
every man on uio visiung leom once,
I'ralrle Dogs 00001001 02 3
Litchfield 0 0000001 0-1 It
Batteries: Prairie Dogs. Estabrooks and
KttabrooKs; i.itcniieiu, nager ana uowin,
Rim Creek Defeats IUverdiilr
ELM CREEK. Neb., July . BpeclaJ
Telegram.) Elm Creek added another vic
tory to Its credit Sunday on the local
diamond by defeating Riverdale by a
score of IS to 2. Roberts, pitching for Elm
Creek, held the visitors to two hits and
struck out nineteen men. Batteries: Elm,
ltcck, uouerui unit inuiniounr xnvoruaie,
Fredericks, Marlatt and Marlatt, Umpire;
Onrrol Urn it 11 Released.
PHILADELPHIA. July . Carroll
Brown, who has been a member ot the
Athletics' pitching staff for three years,
was released today to the New York
Americans. Connie Mack announced to
night tha tBrown would Join tho New
York club tomorrow.
do ten. 4Vie
SENATORS DEFEAT RED SOS
MoBride's Steal Home in Fourtti,r
Gives Washington Victory. Ti
FINAL SCORE IS ONE TO NOTHING
Plnyer Stnrla for Homo from Thlrit
AVhlle A. Johnson la WlndlnR
Up nnd Slides Under
Thnnina. , fS
WASH1NOTON, July a 'McBrlde.V1
steal ot homo In the fourth Inning todaj
gavo Washington the winning run
against Boston, rtchrlde doubled, tooaK
thlnl after Speaker caught Alnsmlth'j,
fly to deep center and, starting for horn
while A. Johnson was winding up, slid,
under Thomas on a very closo decision-!.
0.A a AH, II. O A B.
Hooper, tf... 4 0
I 0 OXIoeller. rf.. 1 0 1 0 1
Fiotl, as..,., I
Hpcaker, cf.. 4
Jantrln. lb,. I
I lFoeter, lb... I 1 1 10
0 OMllan, cf..., 1 3 0 0 0
0 OOendll, lb,., t 0 12 0 0
0 OShanka. It.... 10 10 0
1 OMorgan, Jb.. 1 0 0 1 0
1 OMcDrlde, aa. 1 1 1 1 1
I OAlnsmlth. c. I 17 0 0
I OW.Johnaon, p 2 0 0 8 9
0 0 To tile 21 5 17 It 1
Oardner, tb,. 4
Yerkea, Ih. ,. 2
Thomaa. 0... 1
A. Johnson, p 1
Cooper, p.... 0
TotaU II I 14 11 1
.IVn.vn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base hits! McBrtde, Alnsmlth.
Three-bass hit. Gardner. Tllta: Off A.
Johnson, four In 7 tunings; off Cooper.
one in 1 inning, sncririco hit: Mcuriae.
Stolen bases: Milan (!). Foster Mo-.
Bride. Doublo play! w. Johnson to
Foster to Qandll. Left on bases- Bos
ton , Washington . Flint base on
balls: Off A. Johnson 4 off W. John
son I. First base on errors: Boston J,
Washington 1. Hit by pitched ball: By w
Johnson (Janvrln). Struck out: By A.
unnneon 1, ny w. joitnson a rime: l.VI.
Umpires: Chill and Sheridan.
Maoka Trim Yanks.
PHILADELPHIA .Tulv fi Haw Vnrlr
failed -to take advantage of Bendor'a
wlldness this afternoon and Philadelphia,
by bunohliig hits In the second Imilnc
won from New York, 6 to 0. Score;
Trueadale, Ibl 1 I I OMurphr, rf.. 4 0 10 0
llartiell. It.. 4 1 i 0 OOldrtnc, It... S041O
j-rcKinr , aiaie uv.xiuma. in... 1 1 a a e
Daler. cf.... 4 0 0 0 Onakcr. lb.... 1 1 1 t 0
Mullen, lb,., t 0 10 0 OMcInnls, lb. 1 1 0
Cook, rf 4 110 tstrunk, et... 1110 0
5-ener. e., S & 4 ODarry, sa.,.. link
oone. lb.... 4 oil ORebane. a I 1 1 1 r.
Caldwell, p. I 0 0 0 ODender. p.... 1 t 1 1 0
'Mattel .....0 soot '
. : Tuu n t u 0
Totals..... M 4 14 11 0 .
Ran for Sweeney In ninth.
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4T
PhlladelDhta. 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Two-base hit: Strunk. Sacrifice hltji
Bendor. Double plays 1 Tmesdalo to
Pecklnpaugh to Mullen. Hweoney to
Truesdale. Oldrlng to Baker. Left ona
bases: New York 8, Philadelphia 2. First!
base on balls: Off Bender A. Struck out!-.
By Caldwell 4, hy Bonder 2. Time: lltX
Umpires: Hlldebrand and O'Loughltn.
WATER POLO WINNERS
ARE BECOMING CHESTa
The Water Ilata water poto team, whtoh
won tho phamplonshtp ot tht Carter Iakja ?
club Saturday . afternoon from tho BealjM
Is out with a challonge to all comers-H
Ollroy Wendell, swImmlnB Instructor
tha club and coach of the polo teame, wltt.
challenge tha Con noil Blutta Rowing; aa
soclatlon Immediately and then ho will .
Istuo a sweeping challenge to any team ,
In this part ot tho country. Wendell Is
anxious to test hln ladi with soma crac&
teams from somo of the neighboring cities, f
such as Lincoln, Des Moines, Sioux Clty;.I
St, Joseph and Kansas City, J?
OMAHA BOY WINS ATHLETIC
HONORS ATMEDICINE HATj
BTalleck Rouse, son of Rev. Frederlclc
Rouse, pastor of the First Congregational
church In Omaha, lowered two Alberta
records In the annual A. A. V. athlotio
meet at Modlclno Hat, according to ad.
vices from Canada, where Rouse Is prov
ing up on a homestead. Rouse broke tho
high Jump record with a leap of five feeti
six Inches and lowered the high hurdlo
record. Last year Rous and Hart Jenks,"
another Omaha boy, both won honors In
the meet at Modlclno Hat.
CONNIE MACK WANTS TO '
BRING HIS BALL TEAM HERE
F. C. Bancroft at the Cincinnati Na-i
tlonal base ball team writes tho Union I
Pacific passenger department that ho ana1
Connie Mack are working up a western
tour for a National-American sarics of
games, and that with their aggregation
they will be here early In October. Ho
wants to know what chance them wilt b
for games In Omaha, Kansas City and
Casa Connty Iiensme Reanlta,
AVOCA, Neb., July 8. (BpeclaU-rAvoca,
and Manley played the tint of, the second
series yesterday. Tho game was a, hotly
contested one, Avoca losing on errors."
Tho Nehawka-Eaglo game resulted In ay.
soore of 9 to S In favor of. Nehawka.
The Loulsvlllo-Cedar Creek game was
postponed. Bcoro ot tho Aroca-Monley
Avoca 0 1100 0O1O-S8 8
Manley 0 2101000 46J
Batteries : a ruber and Mead! Millet;
Standing of the teams:
Manley 11 9
Avoca 11 7
Eagle 9 4
Nehawka 9 S
Loulsvllls 9 S
Cedar Creek , 9 S
llnnper Forfeit to Arllnsrton.
ARLINGTON, Nob., July (Speclal.)
Hooper base ball team played the toam 4
here yesterday, and after three Arling
ton players had been badly spiked by the
Hooper players, the game was declared
forfeited to Arlington. The score wasi
6 to 2 In Hooper's favor In the fifth Inn
ing, but umpire Welch declared the game
In Arlington's favor owing to unfair play., t
lng of the visitors.
Da-rid City Detents Ulysses.
DAVID CITY, Nob.. July . (Bpclsl.VS
David City won from Ulyssea on tho1
Fourth, by a score of 14 to 8. Hard hit.
ting by David City featured. Score;
David City..O 0 It 2 0 0 0 1 14 12 K
Ulysses 002010000 3 4 8.
Batteries David City. Peschek and TaN
bot; Ulysses, Bishop and PlcUerlruT.
of Omaha aiiViciiity
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