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OLTKltED FOR KENT
GOOD barn, room for 8 or 10 horses.
U17 Webster St. Call Douelaa 41
Store nnil Office..
Vacant August 1st
Fine cool room, with
vault, electric light
and wntor free.
14V, ft. by 27 ft., par
titioned for two pri
vate rooms and recep
tion room. Opens di
rect on beautiful court
The Bee Building Co
Ask the Superintendent, Boom
XO.'J, to show you now.
FOR RENT New store building, elotrlo
lighted, 22x40. Finest location In city
for pool hall and barber shop. No com
petition. Address M 314.
Fine cool room with vault, else, light
nd water free; 14Hx27 ft. partitioned
for 2 private rooms and roccptlon room.
Opens directly on beautiful court, 3d
FARM A IIA.NCU LANDS FOR SALK
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Scramble is Made by Wheat Shorts
to Even Up Positions.
BAD REPORTS FROM CANADA
Crop News from Bilrrmr. North U
In Kffect thnt "Weather Una
tleen Asjnlnat Mntnr
OMAHA, July .
There was a scramble of shorts In
wheat to oven up their position yesterday,
and In addition to this buying there were
many orders filled on Investment account.
Gains for the day were 'ifimc. Mack
rust und blight from recent high tem
peratures In the spring wheat country
wcro tho leading Influences. Advices from
many sections of the northwest told of
the appearance of tho pest In ono form
or another, and tho best crop experts
traveling claim that all former estimates
on the spring wheat crop will havo to bo
reduced In order to come anywhere near
the total yield, and that the crop on the
whole will be a normal one, providing
the weather from this time forward Is
cool and favorable for tho maturing of
the plant. Crop experts are centered In
that section where black rust has devel
oped In Its worst form and where It Is
claimed It Is likely to spread.
In addition to the unfavorable crop
prospects In our own northwest there
were many bad reports from Canada. It
Is well known there havo been a goodly
number of frosts predicted In wostcrn
Canada so far this summer and that tho
wheat plant has been weakened thereby.
Thcro have been scattered showers and
SIOVE to Baldwin county. Alabama,
whero you can graze stock all the year.
Have l,7w) acres good for orangos pecans
or stock. Twenty dollars an aero with
termsL M. S. Richard. 4U4 Grand Blvd.
1IOMESEEKERS' excursion; German
American colony; Grant and Jefferson
counties, Arkansas. Uphoff, 40) Times
Bldg.. St. Louis. Mo.
HEAIj ESTATE LOANS
CITY PIIOPHU'VY FOll SAliB.
FARMS for sale $3 down. $3 monthly
buys 40 acres, good timber land, near
town. Texas county. Mo.; price $200; per
fect title. J. B. Jarrell. Mt. Vernon. 111.
FOUND 320-acre nomeatead In settled
neighborhood; fine farm land; not sand
hills; cost you $200 filing fees and all. J.
A. Tracey. Kimball. Neb.
OFT thoy go to buy our North Pakota
farms on your terms, 10 to 20 years' time
If you want it. SIS to $30 an acre. Seo
the owners, William II. Brown Co., 6 N.
LaSalle St., Chicago, or Mott, North
Pakota. Agents wanted.
FOR SALE Cheap, by owner direct, t.Wi
acres, or less, fine land In rain belt,
gulf coast of Texas; splendid for stock,
agriculture, winter homes, or gumo
preserve; excellent boating,' fishing and
hunting. H. It. Boiling, 1832 Calumet
Want a Home Bargain T
Here's a good ono at sacrifice price:
9-r. modern house, choice corner lot;
both streets paved; finest location, near
Lowe Ave. and Izard. Lot large enough
for another house. Must bo sold at once,
and tho reduced price. t3.SU). will sell It.
Make us an offer on your own terms.
Might take small amount or lot In part
4-r. cottage, built 3 years; full lot: near
37th and Ohio; $1,160; $60 cash. S12.60 per
month. Have several cottage homes on
McKitrick Real Estate Co.
315 Ramgo Bldg. D. 11S2. 15th and liar.
a few rains, but there are i laims ot dry
weather in nearly every section. It Is
said tho wheat plant ts going backward,
and this was the cause of the smaller re
ceipts at Winnipeg yesterday, the total
being only ninety car, but tho run of
receipts was also light a year ago at
Those on tho selling side ot wheat yes
terday believe that after an advance of
6c the upturn must be checked by natural
conditions. The movement of winter
wheat Is enormous, the spring wheat ts
coming out more treoly. and In caso of
better conditions In tho spring wheat
country thero will bo seen a. most com
plete reversal of conditions surrounding
the wheat markets. The bears havo re
fused to stand for any amount of punish
ment, and this alone accounts for the
rallies to bo seen from day to day.
Thero was an Irregular anil unscttIM
market In corn. Scattered showers were
reported In Nebraska. Iowa and Illinois,
with prospects of lower temperature. Ar
gentine weather was fine and the market
thero ensy. Arrivals of corn from tho
Interior wcro still of poor quality and
light shipments from thero aro expected
until tho middle of next month. Cash
transactions were moderate at 100,000
The oats market was a narrow affair.
The weuther Is fine, not only for finish
ing tho crop not yet harvested, but also
excellent for threshing and movement of
oats. lrlces wcro L.flT'40 lower for cash.
From the action of the provision mar
ket. It wilt take a gfeat deal of maneuver
ing by the holders of cash products, ns
well as tho longs In futures, to prevent
sharp price losses. Thoro was consider
able buying by shorts, especially of pork,
In order to securo profits. Foreigners
were sellers of October and January lard.
AVheat was unchanged to lc higher.
Corn was c to lo higher.
Oats wero 4c higher.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour,
equal to 413.000 bu ; corn, 39,000 bu. ; oats,
Uverpool close: Wheat HJQlHd higher;
corn. n4n?t.d higher. w.,.
Primary wheat receipts were 2,600.000 bu.
and shipments 1,363,000 bu.. against re
ceipts of 1.S7V.O0O bu. and shipments of
(W..000 bu. last year. . ,
Primary corn receipts were S50.U0O bu.
and shipments 361,00) bu., against receipts
of 357,000 bu. ana snipmcnis oi .wwv uu.
last year. ,
Primary oats receipts wore r.Tl.OOO bu.
and shipments 606,000 bu., against receipts
of 600,000 bu. and shipments of 526,000 bu.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
September, tiSc. lecember, "SStfTS'ic.
CORN--No. 3 mixed, 75c. No. 2 white.
Sv . September, WiRflBite ; December,
OATS-No. 3 white, S74e; No, t mixed.
BCTTIJR-Croamery, Jfc; firsts, ile;
seconds, ISo; packing stock. 17c.
KOOS Firsts, 13c; seconds, 14c.
POULTRY Hons, ISo; broilers. 17c
OMAHA 4) EN Kit A 1, MAIIKKT.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$100 to $10,000 mado promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wcftd B'dg.. 18th and Farnam.
C1TV and farm loans. 6, 64, G per cent
J.H.Dumont & Co., 1603 Farnam, Omaha.
HARRISON & MORTON. 910 Om. Nat.
WANTED City loans Peters Trust Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam,
CI RVTM TVROS Loans, 1500 and up.
U-A-Dj - Xi.VWO. 0mana Natj Hanic.
SEE us first if you want a farm loan.
United States Trust Co., Omaha, Neb.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat. DouglaB 271S.
CTTV TIAK'R Hm(a.Ciu-ltiirB: Cn..
0 310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg,
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas, 22S State Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E.
A FEW BARGAINS
4-room cottago. So. Boulevard Ave.,
near 15th St.; block from car line, $300.
9-room house, near 40th artd Saratoga,
8-room modern. 23d and Vinton, 32,950.
"-room modern, well built by owner
for home; will take suitable lot or
smaller house In trade, $4,200.
4 acres, Benson, 8-room house, ? blocks
from car line; seo us for particulars;
fine property; will sell for 35,200.
AUGUSTAN A COLONIZATION ASSN..
304 McCague Bldg. Tel. Doug. 24S3.
6 ROOMS, NEW
Contains living room, dining room with
window seat, finished In oak. kitchen,
refrigerator room, pantry, bedroom and
closet on first floor; two very large bed
rooms and nice bathroom on second floor;
house entirely modern, cement basement,
screens throughout; corner lot. paved
street: located 2630 Blondo St. Terras If
C. G. CARLBERG,
310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
706 Park Ave.
A substantial 7-room, all modern house
In good condition, with ground suitable
for an apartment site, facing on two
streets. First time offered for sain and
will make tho prlco and terms right.
Glover & Spain
919-20 City National.
Pianos for other musical lnstrifts. D. 2017.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. 305 So. 17th
St. Phone Douglas 54S7.
REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater.
ACREAGE FOR SALIC.
Five Acres 1 Block
from Car Line
This is ono of the bcBt propositions that
has been offered in Omaha for some time,
as it la practically a country home with
all town advantages. Property Is Im
proved with a 7-room, all modern home,
large barn, poultry houses, etc. There Is
1H acres in bearing grapes, 1, acres In
pasture, balence In fruit and shrubbery.
Houso has city water, gas and electric
light, modern bathroom and furnace.
Only ono block to car line, school house
and stores. High, sightly location, and
would make a good proposition for a sub
division. This place has a great many
advantages that must bo Been to be ap
preciated. Make an appointment with our
salesmen to snow you tins property, no
George & Company
Phono D. 756. 902 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Acres Acres Acres
On tho Bcllovue & Fort Crook Boule
vard and car line Is located Country
Club Acres. This addition is very choice
high und sightly; scenery most charm
.ng; no nicer subruban property than
Country Club Acres. You can buy from
one aero up and on easy terms.
O'Neil's 11. E. & Ins. Agency,
15ft- Farnam St. Tel. Tyltr 1024.
CITY' PROPERTY FOIl HALE.
Best Bargain in
3K57 Jones St. (Just west of CSth
Ave., on Jones St.), 6 rooms, com
pleted this week. First floor fin
ished in oak. Second floor hard
pine, white enamel bath room.
Sleeping porch 8x10 feet. Full brick
cellar, cemented floor, sloped to
drain. Improved ventilating sys
tem through garret makes coal
bed room In the afternoon and
Ono-half block to school, 1 block
to Leavenworth car, 4 block to
Inquire at 305 So. 17th St.. or
phone Doug. 6487 or Harney 6903.
for a good C-room, all modern cottage,
with the furniture; paving all paid; full
lot; good neighborhood. Must be sold.
P. J. Tebbens Co.
760 Omaha Nat. Bank. Phone D. 21S2.
BARGAIN Splendid West Farnam house.
owner leaving city. jatest designs In
construction. Corner lot. G. P. Stebblns.
East front lot. Oak finished house. 1014
N. 40fh. A nnn.IT run lunnirv
Worth 35,000 easily. J1.150 cash and bal
ance 4 years at C per cent. Speak quick;
Tyler 153C. 20S-10-12-14 State Bk. Bldg.
Located at 2561 Hartman Ave. (formerly
Wobster Ave.) 3 blocks north of Fort St.
Near 24th St. car line; has 7 large rooms,
city water, bath and gas; monthly pay
ments, about tho game, as rent.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
For a Good
Think of It
1150 cash and 315 a month buys it. With
350 spent in repairs it will be worth 31,000.
2210 N. 27th St You can't afford to con
tlnue paying rent when you can buy a
snap like this.
Tyler 1636. 20S-10-13-14 Stato Bank Bldg.
WEST END BARGAINS
Six-room modern house; reception hall,
parlor, dining room, kitchen, hardwood
finish, hardwood floors up and down
stairs, three bedrooms, stairway to attlo;
house in nice order; lot 47x111, at 3513 Dav
enport; house vacant, Key first door east
Nonresident owner has reduced his price
from $4,600 to 33,760.
Modern seven-room house in Benson,
with ground 100x127, most all covered with
fruit, on one of the best residence streets
near car, for sale at a very low figure,
or would exchange for ten-room house In
northern part of city.
W. H. GATES,
Room 647 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 1294.
IF you wlih farm lands at the right
price, write to Mr. John Melzner. 109 Sd
Ave. Northeast, Mandan, N P. Thlrtv
years' experience at farming and stock
raising. He ha for sale small and large
farms or ranches. Small payment down,
balance terms to suit purchaser 6 per
South Side Snap
And $IS per month will buy you a good
vunuoi' cam IUI f$o 4UI, WJLVf, Oil
51 at anil tit nf Pnutollar T),,A 1 m
The Byron Reed Co
Tli ran sal en were reported today: Wheat
Nd. 2 hard winter: 6 cars. 76c; 9 cars,
:rv Nn 3 hnnl winter: 1 car. 74V4c; 3 cors.
75c; 1 enr, 73Hc. No. 3 mixed: 1 car, 77c.
Corn No. l white: l car. iovc. io.
white: 1 car. 76c; car. 74Hc; 1 car. 75c.
No. 6 white: 1 car. 744c No. fi white: 2
cars. 74c. No. 1 yellow: 1 car. 70c; 3 cars,
69ic: 6 cars, CUHc. No. 2 yellow: 1 car.
69c; No. 3 yellow: 1 car. C9Hc; 1 car.
69c. No. 6 yellow: l car, w. ii.
69c: No. 2 mixed: 1 car.
C9Uc: 3 cars, C9c. No. 3 mixed: H car (near
whitf-v 74Uc No. 6 mixed: 1 car. 68V4C. No.
fi mixed: 1 car, G814C. sample mixed: 1 eur.
67c; 3 cars. (Be; l car, s:o. uaie o. a
white: 7 cars, 33c; car, 341-ic; No. 4
white: 4 cars. 34&c; 1 car, 34Uc.
Omaha Cash Prices w neat- no. - nara.
74(S'77c; No. 3 hard, 73ViU76c; No. 4
hard, 71074V4O; No. 2 spring. TVMi'6Mc;
No. 3 spring, 74Hft75fcc; No. 4 spring, 71V4
073Mc; No. 2 durum. 73&'i4c; No. 3 durum,
72S73c. Corn: Np. 2 white. 75Q75Vic; No.
3 white, 74H3T5e; No. 4 white, 74fl74ic;
No. 2 yellow, 69V4M4c; No. 3 yellow.
69WtWM4c; No. 4 yollow, 6SV48fic; No. 2
mixed, 694f69Uc: No. 3 mixed, 6Si(S69c;
35Hf?35Hc: No. 3 white, WitSKc; No. i
white, 34Ti(335c; rejected. 3tiiW.Httc uar
ley: Malting, 47C3c; No. 1 feed. 40Sv-o.
Rye: No. 2, 57W)6Sc; No. 3, G767V4c
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Fenlnren of the Trnrilnsr nnil ClontnK
Price on llounl of Trade,
CHICAGO, July 23. Severe damHge by
black rust and by heat In tho Dakotas
and Minnesota brought about ft fresh ad
vance today In the wheat market here.
Unfavorable crop advices from Russia
and Argentina counted also against the
bears. In addition, country acceptance
on overnight bids from Chicago wore re
ported) an only fair. The opening, which
was '.ic to lc higher, was followed by
supplementary gains, but with nelllnj
considerably, enlarged oit the bulge.
A decided dip ensued, but strength
again doveloped, especially In July. Black
rust was reported to have spread to
Manitoba. Tho close was nervous, io
to Uftc net higher.
Corn prices ran up quickly on account
of continued hot. dry weather. The bulls
wero further encouraged by Argentine
dispatcher telling of difficulty getting
ccrn of sufficiently good grade to fill
contracts. After opening the name as
list night to lc and Hie up. the mar
ket hardened a little more and then un
derwent a moderate reaction.
Subsequently prices swung higher than
before, December In particular advancing
because of stop-loss orders to buy. The
close was unsettled, l62Vic above last
Oats sympathized with corn. Liberal
offerings became tho rule, however, on
Lack of demand weakened) provisions.
A setback In the hog market seemed to
make buyers hold off
Futures ranged ns follows:
Bt'TTER No. I, Mb. cartoons. 27c; No.
1. UMb. tubs. 27c.
CHKHHKImported Swiss. JSc; Amer
ican Swiss. 24c; btock Swiss. 3c; twins,
17c, daisies, liWc; triplets, 17Hc; Young
Americas, lPc; blue label brick. 17He; llm
burgcr, 3-lb . 18c; Mb., 20c; Now Tork
FISH-Whlto, 16o; trout, Mo: large crop
pies. 12c; Spanish mackerel, 16c; shad roe.
Per pair, 60c; salmon, 16c, halibut, lies
buffalo, !Vc, channel catfish, 10c. plko.
13c, pickerel, 9c.
POULTRY Broilers, 20c: hens. 13c;
cocks, SHc: ducks. 8c: geese, Sc; turkey.
16c. pigeons, per down. We; ducks, full
feathered, hey geese, full feathered, 8c;
squabs. No. 1, 31.60; No. 2, DOc.
BEEF CFTS-lUbs. No. 1. 1SV; No. 2.
174o; No. 3, loc. Iolns, No. 1, 21c; No.
2. IStyc; No. 3. 16c. Chucks, No 1. 12e;
No. S, 11c; No. 3, 10Wc Bounds, No. 1,
lS-c; No. 2, 15c; No 3. 14t4c Plates. No.
1. 8c; No. 2. 8c; No. 3, 7c.
Tho following fruit and vegetable prices
aro quoted by the Glllnsky Fruit com
pany: FUUITR-Orances: Extra fancy Glen.
dora Valencia. 96s, 112s, 134s, 160s, 176s,
200s and 3s. 33.75 per box; Bed Ball
Vulcnclas. all sizes. 33.60 nor box. Lrm'.t
ons: Extra fancy Oolden Bowl, 300s, 3'XN,
$7.00 per box; fancy Silver Cord, 300s. 300s,
16.60 per box. Grapefruit: Ktra fancy,
64s, J4.60 per box; extra fancy, 4G, 14.00
per box; extra fancy. 36s. $3.50 per box;
Indian Hiver, 64s and MM, (&.00 per box.
Apples: Wlnosaps. 33.60 per box.
CALIFORNIA Fltl'ITSPeache s. Ex
tra fnncy Placer Co. Elbertas or Craw
fords, SSc per box; 60 box lots, 82Ho per
box; 100 box rots or more, HV' tsr box.
Pears. California Mountain Bartlett, full
box, 13.25 per box; 10 box lots, 32.20 per
box: 25 box lots or more, J2.1& per box.
Plums, Diamond, $1.60 per crate. Grant,
$1.60 per crate; WIckBCS. 3i w per crate;
6-crate lots. 10c less; 10-crate lot, -So
less. Apricots. Wcnachco. Washington,
for shipment next Thursday. Ier crate,
$1.60; 5-crato lots, $1.45; 10-cratc lots, $1.60.
CANTAIXWPES Arirono. standards
$3.25 per crate; Jumbos, $3.00 per crate;
Ponys, $3.76 per crato.
VEGETABLES Cabbage. 2o per lb.;
California onions, 4c per lb.; peppers, 60c
por basket; fancy tomatoes, 75c per crate;
6-crate lots, 65o per crate; cucumbers,
hothouse, 2 ilois. basket, 75c per bosket;
new beets, carrots, turnips, 26c per doz. ;
celery. Michigan, 26c per dos. , celery,
Denver, large Jumbo, $1.00 per dox. ; head
lettuce, 60C4M1.60 per dox.; leaf lettuce,
40c por do.; onions, home-grown. 15o per
doz.; radishes, 60c )xr doz.; garlic, Italian,
20c per lb.; horseradishes, $1.60 per case;
shelled popcorn. 6c per lb.; Asparagus,
homo-grown, market prlco about 30c per
doz.; potatoes, new, J1.0W1 10 per
WATEBMELONS-lHc per lb
CAULIFLOWER - Home-gorwn. $1.00
BANANAS 31.7fW.60 per bunch.
Nl'TS Salted peanuts, $1.60 por case;
No. 1 California walnuts, ISHc per lb.;
pecans, 12Hc per lb.; filberts, 16c per lb.;
almonds, 20o por lb,; popcorn, 5c per lb.
MISCELI.ANKOUS - Sugar walnut
dates. $1.25 per box; limes, $1.75 per
basket; craekerjack, $2.60 per cobo,
checkers, $3.60 per caso; craekerjack. per
half case. $1.76; checkers, per half case,
Corn nml "XV lira Rmion Bulletin.
Corn und wheat region bulletin of tho
United States Department of Agriculture,
weather bureau, at Omaha, for tho twenty-four
hours ending at S a. m.. T6th
meridian time, Thursday, July 23, 1914:
High. Low. fall.
Ashland, Neb... 98 69 .00
Auburn, Neb.. .101 69 .00
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Very Light and
Prices Fully Steady.
ANOTHER DULL HOG TRADE
Sheep nnil l.amlia of All Kinds In
flood Demnnil unit Active Sell
era nt Prices Slendy
SOUTH OMAHA. JU-y 33. 1914.
Official Monday ...
orriclal Tuesday ...
futile. Hoes. Bheen
... 4,50. .3 13.MS
. . . 3.XV. 9.JJI 11 S
... 1.SCS 7,308 11.933
... 900 10.000 8.600
Bulk of the sales Innded at $S.50fr.6S.
with a scattering all the way up to $3.90,
Four days this week.. 10,600 3J.7M 45.075
Same days last week.. 6,838 32,761 30.0S1
Same days 2 weeks ago 6.170 35.699 29.747
Same days S weeks ago 11.3(1 -WO 31.613
Same days 4 weeks ago 10.934 Zi.KA 20.423
Same days last year. . . . 9.5.M $1,737 S5.63S
Tho following table stiows the rcoipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep nt the South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
dato as compared with last year:
1914. 1913. Inc. t'eo
Cattle 4S0.639 455,843 H.7;
Hogs 1.503.702 1.6S7.03S 133,336
Sheep L220.294 1.04t,S64 178,930
The following table shows the range ot
prices for hogs at the South Omaha I y
stock market for tho last fow days with
Date. 1914. 1913.11912.imi.1910.19OP.l3
July 18. S73
J uiy w. I
91 7 171 6 34
88 7 20f 6 35
87 i 6 27
8 881' 7 XI C S5
8 83 7 34
C 321 8 89
6 261 8 96
6 3l 8 78
6 3S 8 6
7 7N 6 1$
8 SCI 7 761
8 181 7 75
8 311 7 TO
8 43 7 69
8 3 7 67
40 I 10
IK) 8 48
to I 10
... i to
110 I M
... I M
1M I III
110 8 W
100 I M
10 0 Ml
10 I to
M I M
II 120 B Ml
.tto o i tm
171 1M I Ki
900 10 I M
1M 110 0 M
Artlclel Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.l Yes'y.
71 I 73H 71 72 71
OS'kl 70 cm 69H csv;
37UI 37?i 37 37H 37
33 36UI 35HI 36 33U
20 75 ! 20 87'4! 20 65 20 S3 I 20 774
H'ken Bow. Nb 75 K .02
Columbus, Nob. 90 63 .00
Culbertson. Nb. 79 o .05
Falrbury, Nob.. 99 67 .00
Fairmont, Neb. 91 63 .00
Or. Island, Nb.. 91 CO .00
Hartlngfn, Nb 75 60 .00
Hastings, Neb.. 8S (il .0)
Holdrege, Neb. 84 02 .00
Lincoln, Neb... 96 fix .04
No. Platte, Nb 78 60 .01
Oakdale, Neb. . 76 m .00
Omaha, Neb.... 94 '. .00
Tckamah, Nob. 94 67 .CO
Valentine, Nb. 82 56 .00
Alta, la 90 06 .00
Carroll. Ia 91 70 .00
Clarlnda, la.. ..101 76 .00
Sibley, la 77 69 .11
Sioux City. Ia.. 82 64 .00
10 10 10 15 10 10
10 15 10 20 ! 10 15
11 87V4 12 00 I U 9214
11 45 11 60 1 11 47V.
. :o ......
. 9441 U
Phone Douglas 287.
212 8. 17th.
Six rooms and bath, oak finished, hot
water heat, strictly modern throughout;
built by owner for home, now left city;
full 2-story, oil finish, large corner lot, on
paved street, one block to car and school.
Trm. For appointment call
Osborne Realty Co.,
701-2 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. ' Doug. 1474.
New and modern 5-room bungalow, lat
est style In every -way. good location, 22d
and Ames. Webster 4228.
MUST be sold, tf-room, new, mo lorn
residence In Morning Side addltlos;
cost $2,800 to build, mint tell at a luai.
Phone D 3007.
7-ROOM house, rents for $18.10, must be
sold at once. $jK) will handle it 11. 471 L
$7,100 FOR Ql K'ic'cash sale, income prop.
crty, $13 per cent. Call owner .vning.
BUTTER Higher; creameries, 21i27Vic.
EGGS Steady; receipts 7,6X1 cases: at
mark, cases Included, litflS-lic; ordinary
firsts. 17Vi018c; firsts, mw19c.
POTATOES Lower; receipts 90 cars;
Illinois, Kansas and Missouri early Ohlos,
6&gc per bushel; home-grown, $1.00U1.16
per bag; Virginia, barrels. $2.40112.60.
POULTRY Alive, lower; springs, 18J?
21c: fowls, 14V4C.
Chicago cash prices: Wheat No. 2 red,
S2V44t83',ic; No. 2 hard, 82Vjft83Vc; No. 2
northern, 93H094Vic; No. 2 spring, 92V4W
93Vc. Corn: No. 2 yellow, 73V44l74c, No. 8
yellow, 7373Vio; OatH: No. 3 white, 36(jf
K8c; standard. 3Si&9c. Rye: No. 2. er.
IBarley: iVSCOc. Timothy: HOOfiG.50.
Clover: $W.0O&U3.O0. Pork: $22.75; Lard:
$10.02V4. RHi: $11.7o12.25.
.S ii (far Market.
NEW YORK, July 23,-SUOAR-Raw,
steady; molasMcs, 2.61c; centrifugal, 3.2Cc.
Refined, steady; cut loaf, 5.20c; crushed,
6.20c: mould, "A," 4.85c; cube. 4 66c;
XXXX powdered, 4 63c; powdered, 4.Wc
fine granulutcd, 4 40c; diamond "A."
4.40c; confectioners' "A." 4 30c; No. 1, 4.t0e.
BUTTER Steady; receipts, 7,400 tubs:
creamery, extras, 27V4SS4c;. firsts, 2lVAt
27c; secondB, 22ij4c; proceis, extras, 22Vzv
CHEESE Easy; state, vrhole milk,
colored, specials 14160, white, 14il5c;
white or colored, average, fancy 14'iif
14Hc; skims, 44fllVc.
EOGS Steady; fresh gathered, extras.
2126c; extra firsts, 22Wff23V4c; firsts. 2HS
Kc; nearby hennery, white, 24ir29c;
gathered, whites, ZlQVlc; browns 241r2Sc.
POULTRY Alive, weak, western
chickens, broiler, 22c; fowls, 17ci turkeys,
1516V4c; dressed, steady; western chick
ens, frozen. 14j20c; fowls 12&194c; tur
' St. I sou la drain Market.
ST. IiOl'IS, July 23.-WHEAT No. 2
red, 81Vc: No. 2 hard, 81GS4c; July.
81V4o: September. 81V4tflHe.
CORN-No. 2. 7474V4c; No. 2 whlU, 82c;
July, 73V&0; September, 71o,
OATS-Standard, 37VSCic; No. 3 white,
Mlunenpolls Oram Market,
MINNEAPOLIS. July WHEAT
July, S8Vc; September, MVic; No. 1 hard.
90c; No. 1 northern, 91ViSnic; No. 2
I.lverponl lirnln .Market.
LIVERPOOL. July 23. WHEAT No.
1 Manitoba. 7s uUd: No. 2. 7h SUd: Op.
1 tober. 6s llVd; Decemhor, 7s Tid.
CORN American mixed. 6s 7Hd'; Sep
tember, 6s 5!d.
Knnmis 4'lty irnln nml I'rorUloua,
KANSAS CITV. July 21 -Wheat No.
2 hard, 7We. No 2 red, 7I4c July, 76c;
90 H 100
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
No. of Temp. Raln-
Dlstrict. Stations. High. Low. fall.
Columbus, 0 18 96 68 .00
Louisville, Ky... 22 !W M W
Xndla'polls, Ind.. 13 9S 70 .00
Chicago. Ill 24 9 74 .10
St. Ixiuis, Mo.... 18 9S 72 .00
Des Moines, Ia.. 24 94 72 .10
Minneapolis 62 80 52 .CO
Kan. City. Mo.. 32 96 . 0 a)
Omaha, Neb 17 88 64 .00
Tho weather Is somewhat cooler In Ne
braska and north up the valleys. Tem
peratures contlnuo high in other portions
of the corn and wheat region. No precipi
tation worthy of note occurred except In
Minnesota, whero showers were quite
general. A fa.ll of 1.32 Inches occurred at
New Ulm. L.A.WELSH,
Local Forecaster. Weather Bureau.
Quotations furnished by Burns. Brlnker
& Co.. 449 Omaha National Bank build
CrflKhton Rel Elt Co
Tw r Jt. Pa. ofd
I Plrmont IXimrr fli. 71
1'Uirmoni ureBniij- -
Illinois Tnotton Via..
Omha t C. P. Bt. !-. P"---"
Omahii A C. 11. Hy Mrl4..
Omabi Klc. Lt I. Tow.', pld....
BrIK & Co..
fnlon Slock Ydi.. Onithi
litncruft, Nb . t. 3J
Clly Nif! Hank -llld.
Mil A Kl P. Ui. BM
V" r. ' t . . -. . in.. a.
Lxuncu mum , ." -j
I)i r.dee l'v Wrrnl " M
Dundeu nlt)r Co 19.; ....
Orrlng, Neb.. Water 6i. IMS 101
Kn. Cltr.. Mo.. Tax DI1U 7i l
Northern railflo 4Hi. 2017 H
Omaha Cleo. U. A l'ow. Si, 1M1.... 1
Omaha Oaa 6i, 1117
rli nm.h. IUi. 1-J41 . 101U
Cltr of Omaha 4i. 111! M 9.W
Omaha C. U. Ht. Itj. Bi, 1111.... KM 87
PuBet Bound Tr. IA. A Pow. U. 1IH.100 101
gcrlbner. Neb., Bi. 129 - 9 100
Halt Uke City Hch. it. 1M 95 JH
SwKt A Co. Bi. 14 t tl
V. S. Kmtltlnt A Iter. Bi, ltll M
Wayne Neb.. Sch. Dli. Be it 100
NEW YORK. July 23. METALS Iead,
iiulet, $3.8Mf3.M; lndon. 19. Spelter,
steady, J4.9."Ul5.05; lndon, 21 12s Cd.
l.'oppor, easier; spot and September, $13.10
j13.fi0: electrolytic, $13.50; lako. nomlniil;
casting, $13.23. Tin. quiet, spot, $31.55
31.75: September, $31.65631.85. Antimony,
dull: CookBOn's, $7.12iTI.25. Iron, iUlet,
Iondon prices: Copper, quiet: spot, 60;
futures, 00 10s. Tin, ulet; HPot. 113
2s; 6d; futures, 144 10s. Iron: Cleveland
warrants, 61s 4Hd.
ST. LOUIS. July 23.-I!ad, quiet, $175;
spelter, quiet. $4.fcVS4.90.
NEW YORK. July 23.-COFFEE The
market was a little steadier today, with
trade of moderate volume, Including a
fair demand from shorts based on better
foreign markets In the face ot continued
large Brazilian receipts. After opening
practically unchanged tho market slowly
gained strength and closed unchanged to
1 point net higher Sales, 18,000 bags;
July, 8.40c; August. 8.40c; September, 8.60c;
October, 8.60c; December, 8.79c; January,
8.84c; March, 8.94c; May, 9c; June, 8.SS0.
Spot, quiet; Rio No. 7. 8To; Santos No.
Omaha Hay Market,
OMAHA, Julv 23. HAY Choice upland
and midland, $lt6O312.00; No. 1. $l0.60i
11.60; No. 2, $9.00810.00; No. 3. $4 00rS.00.
Straw; Choice wheat, $5.60tJ6 00; choice
oat or rye, $6.O0iS5.6O. Alfalfa: Choice,
$13.OO14.00; No. 1, $12.(flQ13.0O; No. 2. $11.00
NEW YORK. July 23 -COTTON-Fu-tures
closed steady: July. 12.47c; August,
12.36c: October. 12.40c; Ieeember. 12.57;
January, 12.51c; March, 12.66c; May. 12,78c.
Spot, quiet, mlddjlng. 13.2T.c- mil. iflc;
sales, GTiO bar
n..lni. ami ,ilanosltlnn of live stock at
tho Union Stock yards In South Omaha
for twenty-four Hours cnuing ai j i.
C, M. & St. P
C. & N. W.. cast
C. & N. W., west
C. St. P. M. & O
C , B. & Q.. eit
C, B. Q.. west
C, R, I. & P.. east....
C, R. I. & P.. west...
Chicago Gt. Western.
Morris & Co
Swift & Co 22
cnulahy Packing Co 31n
Armour & Co X1
Schwartz & Co
.1. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co 27
B O. Packing Co 6
Excel Serum Co
Com. State Serum Co
Grain Belt Serum Co
Cudahy, K. C 106
Hill & Son 1
F. B. Lewis 1
.1. B. Root & Co
McCreary & Kellogg.... 27
H. F. Hamilton 7
Baker. Jones & 8mlth.. 36
John IIar-oy H
Other buyers 90
110 1 70
10 I 70
10 t 70
0 I 70
. . 70
10 I 10
I 71 S
111 M I 71H
.111 1W 7
.ju no 1 1
Totals 1,'JM 10.R34 10.300
CATTLE Receipts were very light this
morning, thcro being only 37 cars re
ported. Tho total for four days foots
up 11,509 head, being larger than any
week Blnco threo weeks ago and larger
than a year ago by about 1,000 head.
llnvnra ir.r. nil nil! in the VUrfltl CftrlV
and it was verj' evident that they wonted
tho cattle. THO rosuu was inai lFrenjr
much everything In sight had changed
hands at an early hour, although trado
whs not what might be called exactlly ac
tive. The best beef steers sold up to $9.75.
lfnr ilin week irood cornfed Cuttle and
Igood grassers aro steady, while the me
dium to common ana nan iui. kuius i
both cornfeds and grnsscra are luvuu
Cows and heifers sold In about the same
notches as yesterday. For tho week tho
best kinds are steady, whllo tho medium
kinds of grassers aro 2&vj'40c lower than
Thero wero only a few roeaers nere
this morning, but there was one load of
westerns good enough to bring $8.33. For
th wenk the market on tho best grades
ot feeders Is a little stronger, with other
quotations on cam-: uooa 10 cnoice
beef steers, $9,257(9.76: fair to good beef
steers, $8.7600.25; common to fair beef
steors, $7.75il'8.75; choice to fancy cornfed
heifers. JX.0OU9.00; (rood to choice heifers,
$7.00(57.75; good to choice rows, $5.60177.40;
fair to good grades, $5.6076.50; common to
fair grades. $3 7Mf5.60; good to choice
stockers and feeders, $7.7M8.35; fair to
good stockers and feeders, 57.00fl7.50;
common to fair stockers and feeders, $6.25
tfr7.00; stock cows nnd heifers, $5.0O4r7.00;
stock calves, $7.00ftS.OO; vcul calves, $7.50(3
10 60; hulls, stags, etc.. $5.2507.63.
Av. l'r. No. At. I'r.
1117 8 IS 4 87 9 n
im i ion 9 io
.Hi 8 (0
. 901 0
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
.io 9 :s
1HS S 60
7,O0 HH tK
1.100 1144 HH
CTieMMak A Ohio. .. 3.000
I Tiki to O. W 00
(Thlraio, M Ht. r .. 1.J00
nirato m w
I'hlas Osrr M0 40
(Vjlorado ruel A lmn.... .... . ....
'olorado A miithern
PenTer A lllo Orande
InTer A II. n. nfd
(Irea Northern pfd 700
Ureal Northern Ore elfa. 700
Muuenhelm Riploratlon ...
nterhnrotith Mel rfd
Intplrallon Cbper .
Kna city Boulbern.
ouiatllle k Naaht e..
Metlran Petrolenm . .
Miami Corper no
MlMourt. K T oo
Mlnraurl I'arltls Hon
Netada ropper v)
Netr Vnfk t'enlral I,7ifl
N V . N". II. A II l.VK)
Northern Pacific ....
rerlfle T. A T
fiillman Palace Cr .
luy rim. (prr 1,000
llepubltr Iron A Steel... io
HOfli laland Co . ... Rno
lloek lalan.l Co pfd.. . too
St L H. P Sd nfd . .
Southern pacific t.OiV)
Southern Itallnar J.lft)
leies i nmpany
I'nlon I'nclfle .. ..
Vnlon Pacific pfd
Vnlted Mlafea Hlm
V. F. Steel nfd
Weatern Tnlon BOO
nraiiosnoiia Kiectrle .. Too
1.100 1I0S 109H
13,1(0 HIS IKS
W.400 61 S
11 1101 CO
4 1161 70
1 917 7S
7 1104 0
. . . 770
Ml t B0 IS 110
7B1 S BO 41 UI
ISO 9 CO
I 00 I
Ui 6 B0
010 B 00 4
1110 6 B0 1. ...
IB40 B SO 1
1460 B OS 1
MO B 76 1 ....
370 I 00 1 210 10 00
. . 110 10 00 1 110 10 It
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
I IK I B0
HOGS A liberal supply showed up this
morning, bdoui idi cars, or jv.uiu neau.
being received. The total for the four
days ts 32,790 head, just about the same
as for last week, but 2.000 smaller than
fur the same days a year aRo.
With all other markets reporting slight
slumps tho local trade opened out dull
and lower. Shippers bought their kind
nt prices tnat were generally quoted as
6.U10C lower, tops dropping to 38.90. pack
ers started out bidding SQlOo lower, and
while most sellers held on for better
prices a few of them were not willing to
take a chancu again today, and they cut
loose at these curly bids, that Is, 6f!10u
lower man yemirunirs wiener marsri
After a rather dull session during the
earlier rounds values began to show a
tendency to strengthen and tho next sales
did not look over a mcsei lower liven
at this level the trade was very dull, and
as packers wero taking, moro Interest in
the trade today prices continued to firm
up until a good many of the latir sales
lookeiil ru lv steany wun yesieruays Ken
eral killer market As prices Improved
trade became more active and a fair
clearance had been made by a reasonable
Taking the packer market all the way
through values can bo quoted at steady
to 5o lower, although some of the early
sates are, as was stated, &!0c lower.
Tho average, however, shows more than
the general decline. This Is due largely
to the fact that the best nogs, which have
been selling to shippers at good, strong
prices, show the biggest decllno today.
SHEEP SIksxu nml lambs were active
sellers this mornlmr and pretty much
everything had changed hands by 9
o clock In the morning or soon alter.
From a seller's standpoint It was a very
satisfactory market all the way round.
.anil's wero In stood demand and solil
fieely nt Prices that were fully steady
with vesteiday. The best killers sold up
10 ivw. there be Inn sixteen cars, or
about half of the receipts good enough
to brlmc that nrlce. According to the
early reports from Chicago their best
western nmbs were nlan sel Inir nt IViO.
tho two markets belna; practically on a
par The medium kinds of lambs did ,iot
sell fin'to so freely, but still they changed
i.itnus in good senson. what few feeders
mcro were also sold In about the same
notches as veaterilav. PW tlm wlc
lambs aro around ?04Oc lower than lust
week's close, the best lambs having lold
vn v rmny or isst week at 18.40.
Thero were not rnniirh r.1,1 iii.n
here to really test cut tho market. Theio
were, however, a row yearlings good
enough to bring, $5.65, and a few ewes at
$4.i5. which was fully steady with yester
day. For tho week old wethers and ewes
are around lMiZSo lower. uhii v..un.
which were excessively high last week as
lu.i.i.urr-; wun omer Kinas of sheep and
uiiiun, nru sruunu wirj lowest'. Feeders
have been In good demand and steady all
Quotations, on range sheep and
Lambs, good to choice. $7.750. 00;
fair to irood. !7.2.vni7.?3! i.mi,.
$.506.tO; yearlings, good to choice, $3.65
G6.00; yearlings, fair to good. $5.40175.65;
yearlings, feeders. $5.00(iT.4O; wethers,
good to choice, $S.40;.fiO; wethers, fair
10 goou, ia.uu4fO.40: wethers, feeders. $1.00
iii.ffj, cwcj, koou io clioire, $4.ti04M.7S;
.ij4.tw, ewes, reed
o- Av. Pr.
179 Oregon Iambs ti !
235 Oregon lambs f.1 7 65
280 Oregon Iambs 62 7 66
243 Oregon lambs 61 7 65
66 Idaho Iambs 69 8 00
182 Idaho lambs 8 00
173 Idaho lambs 76 8 00
ICG Idaho lambs 7 S 00
173 Idaho lambs 77 8 00
145 Idaho yearlings 87 f, 75
170 Idaho yearlings im 8 75
111 Idaho ewes and wethers.... 113 4 R5
249 Wyoming feeder ewes Ri 3 66
240 Wyoming feeder ewes M 3 65
181 Wyoming feeder ewes W .1 65
63 Wyoming feeder ewes 69 3 65
125 Wyoming feeder ewes 89 3 66
73 Wyoming feeder ewes 89 3 65
155 Wyoming feeder ewes....... in) s 65
172 Wyoming feeder ewes S 3 65
Jan yoming reeuer ewes S9 3 65
120 Wyoming lambs 62 7 25
SOS Wyoming lambs 62 7 25
206 Wyoming lambs 19 g 00
152 Wyoming lambs 72 S 00
149 Wyoming lambs 67 800
189 Wyoming lambs 68 8 00
125 Wyoming Inmbs 70 K 00
156 Wyoming lambs n 8 00
214 Wyoming Inmbs 68 8 00
324 Wyoming feeder lambs.... 61 6 75
290 Wyoming feeder lambs.. .81 6 76
70 Wyoming feeder Jambs.... 6t 6 75
311 Wyoming feeder lambs.... 51 6 75
213 Oregon feeder lambs 64 6 70
29 Oregon feeder lambs 64 1! 70
73 Oregon feeder lambs 66 6 70
23 Wyoming ewes 98 4 40
79 Wyoming ewes 98 4 40
Ht. Louis Llvr stock Market.
ST LOUIS. July 23,-CATTLB-necelpts,
4,100 head; market steady to lOo lower;
nntlvn bepf steers, $7.0iari0.00; cows and
holfers, $5.00W.&0; stockers nnd feeders,
$6.0037.50; southern steers, $7.75ff8.2.; cows
und heifers, $4.60tffl.50; native calves,
lions Receipts, 6.90O head; market
lower; pigs and lights, $8.2&U9.00; mlxod
und butchers, $8.KW.20; good heavy, $9.10
SHEEP AND LAMBfl-Recelpts, 3,600
bend; market steady; nntlvo muttons,
$4 OOfl'4.50; lambs, $7.0ig7.75.
ICnnsn I'lly Lire Stock .Market.
KANSAS CITY. July 23, CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2.600 head; market weak; prime
fed steers, $9.Jofi0.M; dressed beef steers,
$7.909.25; western steers, $7.Wjr9.Wj
stockers and feeders, $6.00f79.60; bulls, $5.25
tffl.76; calves, $8.Mg'10.26.
HOas-Recelptn, 2,900 head; market
lower; bulk of sales, $8.75Qe.96; heavy.
$8.9039.00. packers and butchers. $8.S0-(t
9.02; light. $S.fi5ff8.RO; Pigs, $8.60U.75.
HI IKE!' AND LAMBS Receipts, 10,000
head; market steady; lambs, I7.3.i7.90;
yearlings, $6.00j0.76; wethers, $4.7535.75;
ewes, $4 004.6O.
Clilrnun 1,1 ve Ntnok Market.
CHICAGO. July 23.-CATTLK-Receipts
3,500 head; market, dull; beeves, $7. 70
10.00; steers, $4.4006.35; stockers and
feeders, $5 65Q8.05; cows nnd heifers, $3.83
W9.25; calves. $7.7511.25.
HOCIS-Receipts 18,000 head; market,
lower: bulk of sules. $8,8020.05. light.
$8.659.15: mixed, J8.608fl.15; heavy, $8.60
9.15; rough, $8.6008.65; pigs, $7.75t9.05.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 10,000
head; market, slow; sheen, $5.1605.60;
yearlings. $5.60476.00; lambs, $6.0033.06.
St. Joseph 1.1 ve Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, July 23. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1.100 head. Market slow: steers,
l.tti1i.rJ); cows and heifers, $4.0039.00;
HOGS Receipts. 6,000 head. Market
lower; hulk of sales, $8.808.90.
SHEEP AND LAMIIS-Recelpts. 500
head. Market steady; Iambs, $7.0(V87.2C.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Total Mica tor the day, m.00 aharea.
Vmt York Money Market.
NEW YORK. -Tut.. -
call, steadv. 24"U rJ.' . iiYL 1 rtY"
...... ntc-auy sixty nays, 2 per
4e?i.:rnrUn P 'ify"- 3 .If C"nl! mnth"!
cenT m'rcantllo paper. 4't per
STERLING EXCHANGE Strong; sixty
buis": tVwS!' dcmnni1, WC0: com"
SILVER Bar. Rilif M.,l.
BONDS Government, stronir: rallmarf
Closing quotations on bonds today werej
SJfc'L S . la. 1111. M
7 IJctt A M. 8a... 1(1
101 IrllUrd (a . ... 101S
101 L. A N. unl. 4a..,.. MU
MUM. K. A T. l.t 4, M
lllViMo. Pacific er. Ii.vt
W.N V. C. g. 3141.... II
iwi'4 "Mo deb. 4s. , .. Mii
U R. ret. la. rea
do coupon . ...
V S. la, rei. . ..
V a li, res
Panama, la counon.
Amer. Ar. Ba . ...
Am. CWton Oil Bt.. ISN. T. a ula, ltii lo?2
li T. ?.: 4K.I7SN-. Y. StVtV .110
Am. Tobacco 6a... m N. Y., N. II, A H.
Armour A Co. 414a . 1114 cv (a a.t
Atchlioa sen. 4a.... ISSN. A TV. ct. 4U.,101W
do ct. la. 190 .... ait!Kn n..i.i. n "
A C L clt. 4s II do la ' a,
IMI Ohio . ...! o S. U rer. 4a !0
do ct. IUi nun, t m. ....
r.r,h lS'1 r " HI,'nn. ct. SU. IMS.
Urook Tr cr t ... . '".::..
Cen. of Oa. s. i(J .ni, V, '.
On tather Ba . IIUReadln "1'.
Chea. A Ohio 4l4i... SI np. Bteei rt. ino. nu
uo ct. ia 77 8. L. 8. v. ,. 4m
II. A q. j. I, .. 7 Ht. U S. W. e. la. Illi
114. A. L. adj. Ba... 71
71HSO. Pell Tel. Ba, 1714
c. a. w.
V 8 P.," 4He..10U4So. Pae. ct. 4a.
d"" 414. . .uiv do ref. 4......
CR. I. Il r. c la. J041HO. lUllwar
lo ref. li
f. A N. W 514a .
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do sen. !
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Ill On ref im
tnte. Met IUt .
K C. SO ref. 6a
4a. I04iHo. lUllwar 8.;..
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. ttUTeiaa Co. ct. e,.,
. IIH'Teiaa A r. lat.!
. B7 Third At, adl. (a.
Sl'4L'nlon Pacltlo II.
. M do ct. 4a, ..... ,
70H'U. A. rubber la. ,
.I05HU. . Steel 5.
.inoH'V.-C. n,em. Ba.
. II "Wabaah ltt Ba. ...
. lOU'Wett. Union 4Ha.
. IJHWeat. Kl0. cr. It
OMAHA, July 33. Bank clearings for
Omaha today wore $3, 566,743,17 and for
the corresponding day last year $J,7SI,-
LIVERPOOL. July 2J. COTTON
Epot. easier; good middling, 7.25d: mid-
'JliU5'-.7,?B,I: low mUdllng. .85d; sales,
Charge on Man Who
Another charge of forgery resulted last
night against John Landers, principal In
tho five-hour stand against the police nt
Ml North Forty-eighth street, when W.
B. Taylor, who conducts a lunch counter
In the saloon of Peter Oravert, Identified
Landers as the man who on Tuesday
afternoon secured $5 from him on a $11
Taylor says that Landers entered tha
r.alooii at 2814 Cuming .street and said ha
was a detective looking for a sewing
machine swindle, and displayed a gun
lo add strength to his statement. Tha
gun was the same one with which Lander
terrorized the women and men with sev
eral hours later.
' When Landers was rMdy to leave h
said he was In need of some ready cash,
nnd producing a check for $16 asked Tay
lor If he couldn't glvo him $5 on tho
check and bring the remainder of It till
to the police station on the next day.
This Taylor did, and was surprised when
ho called at the station today to fine)
that his man was not tn the employ otf
tho city, but was behind the bars.
The Bee's Want columns take no vacm
ttoiis tney are always "on the Job," reads',
to serve you promptly and at minimum
The undorslgned trustee tn bankruptcy
of the estate of James D. Rose, bank
rupt, will, on the 3th day of July, at tha
hour of 11 o'clock a, m., sell to tha high-
est bidder for cash, tho stock of good
and fixtures of said James D, Rose, con
sisting of hardware, furniture, undertak
ing goods and harness. Said sale wilt ba
held In the store formerly occupied by
the said James D. Rose, In Lous Pine
Neb. Any Information as to stock or salej
can bo had by writing Arthur Gaines,
trustee, care of McGilton, Gaines & Smith
1004 City National Bank Bldg., Omaha!
Neb. The stock can bo seen before data
of sale by calling on J. 8. Davidson of
Long Pine. ARTHUR GAINES,
Trustee In Bankruptcy of the Estate of
James D. Rose. Julyl9D10t
Review of Operations on Ntock Ki-i-banur
Durlnit- tin Bay.
NEW YORK. July IS. Again taking Its
cue from Iondon. where Americans were
substantially lower, today's stock mar
ket manifested a heavier tendency In the
early dealings. Virtually all Issues were
lower, but only Canadian Pacific and
Jchlgh Valley were especially heavy,
deriinlnr a point. Baltimore and Ohio
e.ii m Its recent low price and Chesa
peake & Ohio and Reading appeared
in he under pressure. Missouri Pacific
convertibles went lower than yesterday,
and a slight recovery In Rock Island
.i.it.irr were soon effaced. Standard
Htncks were littles changed. Among
rw.rinitlea Sears Roebuck rose three
Prluinber of sales and loading quotations
nn stocks wero a ioiiowb:
NOTICE OK TRUSTEE'S MALE '
Notice Is hereby given that on Friday.
July 31st. A. D. 1914. at 1:30 p. m. on said
day at Gregory. South Dakota T win -
fer for sale In bulk at public vendue to
111c msiieBi ujuurr ior casn in hand tho
entire stock of general merchandise, com
posed of dry goods, clothing, hats and
caps, boots and shoes, groceries, queens
ware and other merchandise. This is a
nlce clean stock, invoicing nearly $18,-
I'or further Information address tha un
dersigned at Fairfax, S. D.
CHARLES A. DAVIS.
Trustee of the Estate of Butler Brothers.
Amsliamaled Copper ,.
American fleet Sugar...
American 8. ...
American 8. A It. pfd-
Amer. Sugar uattnioi .
American T. A T
Anaconda, Mining . . ..
Daltlmoro A Ohio . .
Urookira Rapid Tr.. ..
California Petroleum ..
Central reeiner .
Bslea. Utah. Low. Clow.
100 77 11
1,100 &" 13
100 INS IM
The town of Galva, Iowa, will receive
sealed bids for Improvements to the elec
tric light end water w.orks plants, aa
follows. Bids for on addition to build
ing 60 II-P. Internal combustion engine,
generator and motor-driven duplex pump.
For plans and specifications write E. L.
Snyder, care Electric Engineering CoT?
Sioux City, Iowa.
Council reserves right to reject any and
Bids to be opened Aug, 6th, 1911. Ad
dress bids to I. E. Baumgardner, Clerk.
Galva, Iowa. J. II. yl3NTS. Mayor.
I. E. BAUMGARDNER, Clerk. JyKdJS
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catalog' (rea, showing' plctorea el barraatar. A4raa
barreater eats and Urowaln
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