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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1914)
I60-ACRI3 farm for salo at n, bargain.
Seven mile from town. Land lie near
level: good house: barn 40x51! ft.: nearly
hew; 118 acres In corn and grain; 30 acres'
. . . . V , . . ..l J
flSSlure, LIU1UI1UO UIU4I1UL. KlUtu mill iruil
rees. W per acre. Address Box 211, Al
OMAHA GRAIN AND PRODUCE
OUT THEY GO
TO Bt'Y 80. 100 OH 320 ACRES
f our now, rich pralrlo soli. One or
iwo gooa crops win pay ior me lanu, uui
I toil so desire. Wo are selling our land
it from 118 to $30 an acre. Ask for fncts
and maps, and bop m. it. Brown Co..
Molt, Hettinger county. North Dakota, or
I X. La Salle St., Chicago, ill. Agents
Foreigners Are Big Buyers of Cash
Wheat at Chicago.
PRICES MAY RETAIN LEVEL
roil SALE Cheap, by owner direct, 2,560
acres, or leas, fine land in rain ocu.
gulf coast of Texas; nplendld for stock,
agriculture, winter homes, or game
preserve; excellent boating, fishing and
htintlnc. 11. It Rolling. 1832 Calumet
' FOH SALB-12 acrea, one of the finest
Improved and best quality larms in
1 northwestern Wisconsin. Finely located
Jand a real bargain. Fifty miles from
;t. Paul. $13,600. Half down, balnnce to
suit purchaser. Also 156 acres Improved
. at $2,500. Write for full description. T.
W. Underwood, Conturla. Wis.
REAJj ESTATE LOANS
$10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead B'dg.. 18th and Farnam.
3ITY and farm loans, 6, 64. 6 per cent.
i J.H.Dumom : uo tww t arnam, umana
Grmt Many Wlm 1ITP Bffn Look.
Iiir for Lower () notation Are
Beginning: to Relieve Trend
U Other Wny.
Hons the black rust Is not likely to dis
play further development
There Is r.o getting around tho fact
that the wheat crop of the southwest
shown much larger yields than genernJiv
looked for by even the most artiest bents
An authority at Kansas City places the
Kansas crop at 174.0n0,(. bushels as the
resuu ot returns rrom li counties, n
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET it
Not Enough Cattle on Sale to Make "
XI 14 I M
. .til I) Ml
. HI III I M
IW K 2 114
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M IM t lit
224 IK IU
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40 I M
44 I U
. I 74
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OMAHA KUMlllUi MARKICT.
the i itn being large
iav uusueia. I
While the corn market was Irregular
ana unsettled, the old July closed with
a loss of Sc. while the other months
showed gains of lHtflHo and December
was the strongest
The outsider 'ollowed shorts closely In
buying and at no time during tho day was
the corn on sale equal to the demand.
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OMAHA, July i4. 1914. I .'laJIv M, of dm rlvr an well its 111
Not only were foreigners big buyers of the fur southwest, and buying orders
cash wheat here yesterday, but they also were greatly In evidence. Cash sales here
took hold of futuics In a big manner, andi were e-mail 195,000 bushels
It waa said that tliey were not particu-. me upturn in corn was a ucip mjuuik.
lar as to tho price. They bought 2,w.ouo
wll be remembered that the government tnqniT.n n-n n nnnm itnn mmnr .again today.
July report placed tho crop at 151.000.- miuinxiiv .viuv.uui.ixu auu iftaiiu i prllla).. All told 4 cars or about lOouo
neatl wciv relMirtetl in. vat tne rive
Very l.lliernl Receipts of l.nmhs,
but Small linn of Sheep "d
Knri llest I.nmlm lllttber,
HARRISON & MORTON, 316 Om Nat.
WANTED City loana Peters Trust Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 U'arnam.
lln A TJT7TVT TTnC! Loans. $500 and UP,
Vluv:i rimnhn NaL Hank.
tlmin ua first If vou want a farm loan.
t United States Trust Co., Omaha, Neb.
IhlONEY on hand for city and farm loana.
II. w. Binder, city Nat. uk. mag.
'OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAIj ESTATE CO.,
3016 Omaha Nat. Douglas 2715.
ntTV T1ANS Tl.ml-f!H.rlhre Co..
( J10-312 Brandols Theator Bldg.
tlTY property. Iargc toans a specialty.
W. II. Thomas. 22S State Bank Bldg.
IFOR SALE OR EXCHANGE It. E.
tFOR EXCHANGE -Several good Missouri
farms for Nebraska farms. Write what
Vou have. Quylt. Stanton. Lebanon. Mo.
pianos for other musical Instructs. D. 2017.
316-330 Paxton Block
If you want to buy, nell or exchango
tyour property or business, go where that
kind of business Is done. Everybody goes
to tho No Commission Realty Co., BE
CAUSE nobody paya a commission.
bu. cosh, and It would be a hard matter
to say ax to how much futures they
Black rust reports were sent abroad
from both the northwest and Chicago,
and this, with the strength shown In this
murkot, caused great uneasiness at Liver
pool as well as on the continent, which
resulted In heavy purchases referred to.
Condition In the spring wheat country
aro best told bv a epoclal message re
ceived from C. E Lewis & Co. of Mln
eapolls after the close. It said In part
"Further damace reDorts were present
factors In wheat. The reports wo can
obtain Indicate a shortage In a consld
crablo portion of our own crops, as well
at those of Eiopo, coupled with
a poor start of the wheat crop In Argen
tina, where there Is a reduction In acre
age. A great many peoplo who have been
positive American wheat prices may bo
much lower are beginning to think that
the foreign situation Is strong enough
tn iuatlfv American tirlces remaining at
this level. Practically the only country
with surplus wheat to sell Is the Fnlted
States, and it is a Question whether It Is
necessary to press It for sale with for
eigners such eager buyers."
Export business Is given as several
million bushels a day. This In itaelf
makes a healthy Position, which is em
phasized by continued damage reports
from tho northwest
In addition to the big cash sales of
wheat for export as reported above, ves
hb! room whr chartered for MM.000 bushels
to go to Buffalo at Tic. The buying of
wheat yesterday waa noticeably strong,
whlln tho mlllnc was lnrirelv professional.
Had not longs with profits sold wheat
freely the upturn nt Chicago would have
been quite shurp. The weather in the
spring wheat country' was reported as
more favorablo and under these condl-
REAL ESTATE LOANS
CITY 1'IlOrUHY FOH SALIC.
a.i thev showed considerable strength and
this, too, on unfavorable crop conditions.
There are many who believe oats likely
to advance still further In cose corn holds
up around the pro'ont prlco level.
Wheat was Wlc higher
Corn was unchanged to o lower.
Oats were UJi'Hc lower.
Clearances wore. Wheat and flour,
equal to 6M.0W bushels; corn. 1.000 bush
els; ots, 13,000 bushels.
Liverpool cloee: Wheat, unchanged to
VI higher; corn. lHtrlHd higher
Primary wheat receipts were Mn.CfO
bushels and shipments 1,270.000 bushels,
against receipts of 2.214,000 bushels and
tiinmnntn of i rrjVono bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were w. tsneep
bushels and shipments b.u,,,c'j I The following table shows the range of
against receipts of 435.0.) "nJ I Prices f6r hogs at the South Omaha live-
shipments of W.OOO bushels last year. ttock market for tho last few Joys with
Primary oats recepis were ivm,iw ouku- i comparisons:
-.. J - V. I . . - r. ! Wl Ktiftt.nla ncrultitat I
.V." ;", V":. ".n., .idnmen s Date. I 1P14. 19U IM1M1B1I I1M0.IIM
of 0)1.000 bushels last year. July t .l
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
KEKJt Tltlo Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. 305 So. 17th
St Phone Douglas 5487.
HEED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
flce in Nebraska, 206 Brandels TheaAer.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
$1.600 Double corner, 100x126. Will make
$l,K0-0xl35 ft, south frontage on Cali
fornia St., near 62d, overlooking Happy
Hollow and Happy Hollow club grounds,
one block from the car line. Ono of tho
cheapest lots In this block.
, $l,M0-xl35 ft, fronting north on Cali
fornia St., near 61st: first-class neighbor
hood. All sneclals nold. Sluhtly location.
$1,00060x135 ft, fronting south on Cum
ing St. between 60th and 61st Sts. Cheap
est lot In tho block. Convenient to the
$1,000 For a selection of five lots, 60x135
ft. each, fronting north on Nicholas 8t.,
close to the new boulevard and affording
an extenslvo view or tno country to uio
nArth WMt nnrl XAUth.
$000 Single corner, 60xlfc3. Terms if nec
essary. Reasonable terms can be arranged on
the above lots, eren at these very low
George & Company
Phone. P. 7G6. 902 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
One or Two Lots
as Part Payment
on a Real Home
located at 1520 8. 25th Ave, Large living
room, dining room and kitchen on first
floor; three exceptionally well ventilated
and good sized bedrooms, bath and sleep
ing porch on second floor.
Living room and dining room finished
In the best of oak. having beam ceiling,
built-in bookcases. Upstairs woodwork Is
white enamel, with two-panel birch
mahogany doors, heavy oak floors
throughout; beautiful oaken stairway.
Excellent basement arranged for laun
dry. Tho very best of plumbing and
heating. Full set of screens and storm
windows, press brick foundation; situated
on the east front lot on paved street: fif
teen minutes' walking distance to retail
Can arrange terms on the balance of
purchase price. Call us up and we will
be glad to show you this property, or
you may go direct to look It over.
Douglas 49$. 230 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
With paving and walks paid for: high
ground, closo to best additions In Omaha.
Have four lota loft at $35 to $45 per ft.
To sell these
WILL. FURNISH MONEY TO
on first lot sold. $500 cash, balance
O'Keefo Real Estate Co.
1016 Omaha Nafl. Phono Doug. 2715.
Evenings: H. 838 or H. 6134.
Why Pay Rent?
Write, call, phono or send for our list
of easy payment houses. Priced from
$800 to $1,200. Payments $100 cash and $10
per month. Now Is tho time to get away
from the rent habit. Bo sure to get a
Creigh, Sons & Co.
608 Bee Bldg.
Living room with flrcplaco and beam
celling: beautiful dining room; oak finish
and oak floors throughout: 4 bedrooms.
finished In white enamel: all rooms nicely
deoorated; complete In every detail, even
to toilet in basement and ciotnes cnute.
Lot 67x132. Price $5,250.
Nor ris & Norris
400 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 4270.
3555 California St. Living room, sun
room, dining room, kitchen first floor;
lour bed rooms una Dam second iioor
full basement and attic, floored all over
first floor In oak, second floor birch and
maple. Large lot. Must be seen to be
GALLAGHEB & NELSON,
044 Brandels Bldg. Phone Douglas 3382.
WEST END BARGAINS
Slx-room modern house: reception hall
parlor, dining room, kitchen, hardwood
ilnlzn, narawooa noors up ana uuwn
stairs, three bedrooms, stairway to attic
house in nice order; lot 47x111. at 3513 Dav
ennort: house vacant. Key first door east
Nonresident owner has reduced his price
from $4,500 to $3,750.
tnr1m evenroom house In Benson
with ground 100x127, most all covered with
fruit, on ono of the best residence streets
near car, ror saie ai a very usure,
or would exchange for ten-room house In
northern part or city.
W. H. GATES.
Room 647 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 1294.
MUST GO NOW.
Eight-room modern house close to FUld
club; want smaller cottage. Ono 6-room
and 7-room. new Harney and 24th. Will
take cheaper residence.
1 20-acre farm near Alkln, Minn. Wont
160 acrea Dawson county, Nebraska.
Want city property.
WESTERN REAL ESTATE CO.
413 Karbach Blk. D. 3C07
Best Bargain in
1S57 Jones St. (Ju.tt west of SSth
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 cool
bed rooms in the afternoon and
One-half block to school, 1 block
to Leavenworth car, 4 blocks to
Inquire at 305 So. 17.th Ft. or
phone Doug. 64S7 or Harney 5303.
6-room house, east front, lot
50x135 ft. No agent's commis
sion to pay.
CLYDE W. DREW CO.
926 City Natl. Bank Bldg.
SOUTH OMAHA. July 21. IK14
Receipts were: Cat. to. Hogs. Sheep
Offlelal Monday I.60J S.W1 l.Mt
Official Tuesday S. H.fll 1U'
Official Wednesday.... 1.W5 7.J03 H.MS
OMldal Thursday. ... I.ST .
Estimate Friday W .40 UVO)
l-lve davs thla neek 11.011 40.41K frUAn
i Raine days last wt-ek.. 7.157 a.62 4i,5Sl
i Same days 2 wks ago. . tl.Mti 91, 4 3fi.$3l
Same days 3 wks ago. ll.SM 3S.1W ai.sir
Same days 4 Wks ngo. ll.SW 46.4SI M.W
Same days last year.. .10,016 4i.Mil 3i.SStj
Tho following table Miows tho ccipts
of Cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha Pvo stock market for tho year to
date as compared with last years
1914. 1918. Inc. l'ec.
Cattle 431.171 450.SM .72S
Hogs 1.511,331 l,04S,.Vfi . . .. 137,054
1,231.274 1.045,202 1M.072
Wheat. Corn. Oats. Barley.
. . .167
These sales wore leported today
Wheat: No. 2 hard winter. 1 cor, 774c:
S cars, Tic; 1 car, mw, z cars, 100; i
car, 76Hc No. 3 hard winter. 2 cars, 77o:
2 cars, 76ttc; 1 car. 7&1c. No. A hard
winter, 2 cars, 7SV4c. Rejected. 1 car, 70io.
Corn: No. 1 white. 3 cars, 75c. No. 2 wtnto.
1 car, 71c no. s wnue, l car. ie,tc; i
car, 74c. Sample white, 1 car. 72Hf. No.
1 yellow, 4 cars, fiHc. No. 2 yellow, 1
car, 6W4c; 4 cars, 9Vic. No. 3 yellow, .
cars. 69V4C. No. 5 yellow. 2 cars. Me, No,
A vM.ntv 1 nar tiTSJc: 2 cars. 67U0. No, 1
mixed, S cars, wc, l car, we-ji:. ru.
mixed, 1 car. 68ic. No. 3 mixed, 1 car
(near white) 71c; 1 car, 6SHc; 1 car. CSHc;
car, 68c. oats: ino. s wnue, o cum,
34Hc; 1 car (newi. Sic. No. 4 white, 1
car, HKoi I car, 33c. No Erode, i car,
31UC. .Rye: No. 2, 1 car. 0Oc.
umana uusn rrices neai; i
75r77Hc: No. 8 hard, 74Wn76c; No, 4
hard, 7HyJ6c: No. 2 spring. T5C; No. 3
spring, 76Q76c; No. 4 spring, .2374c; No.
2 durum. 7175c; No. 8 durum, .3Sr74l.
Corn. No. 2 white, 74V4(&74Hc; J
white. 745li4Vic: ISO. wnue, idiuuc, .u.
2 yellow, 69HV; No. 3 yellow. OSCOc:
No. 4 yollow. 6MTi8Sic; No. 2 mixed. CSW
QW; No. 3 mixed, G80SHc; No. I
,,lv..,l nSKOTc. Oats- No. 2 white. 3ii5f
35c'; atandard. 34VM344c; No. 3 white, 34
34Hc; Mo 4 wmte, ajjiuh--. niuwjt.
Malting, 7ft63c; No. I feed, 40QilCc. Rye:
No. 2. 63WC0c; No. 3, SWOVic.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trndlner nud Clostnit
Prices on Board of Trade.
pirTPAtlfi .Tulv 54. Ctinnces of war in
Europe tended to sustain something of
an advance in nearby deliveries of wheat
today but failed to offset heaviness, which
affected the more deferred options. The
market closed unsettled W otr to w up,
compared with last night. Corn aufforcd
a net decline of c to lSidJlWc, and oats
off to W4e. In provisions the out
come was a setback of 22W72Wo, except
for July pork which tightened up 15c
Strained relations Between Austria, ami
Son-la threatening to Involve other Eu
ronoan nowers anneared to have an Im-
norfant Influence on eXDort buying of
wheat hero. The total direct sales In
charge for ocean shipment amounted to
possibly as much as 2,000,000 bushels,
largely to go to Germany.
Im'menso offerings from first hundn In
the southwest counteracted In a notice
able manner the bullish results which
might otherwise have been expected from
the magnitude of foreign demand for
wheat. Purchases to arrlvo at Kansas
City were nald to be the heaviest so far
this season and wore responsible for a
check to bulls who at one time rushed
prices upward on account of expert opin
ions that the black rust waa as virulent
as In 1904 and differed only In the spring
crop being a week ahead of normal.
Corn prices weakened owing to rains
over Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and por
tions of Illinois. The majority of pit
traders were caught on the wrong side of
tre market and could not escape sacrifice
sales. Oats gavo way with corn, and as
a result of increased pressure from hedg
ing. Provisions underwent the severest break
In weeks. Lower quotations for hogs
seemed to discourage miscellaneous hold
ers, but there waa no support from the
Futures ranged as follows:
..( 8 SiVi
r 10. i S 47,
, 11. t CI
S 25 S
July 13. S Gift
July 14. 8 6ti
July 15. 8 54H
JUiy 10. 1 s Uj
8 711 7 23! 6 321 8 K9I
7 25 G 20
8 81 6 81
8 K2 7 23 C S51
8 751 7 ll
8 701 7 241 6 33
8 71 7 20 6 27!
8 74 7 30 6 32
7 16 B SO
8 051 6 64
8 091 7 15 6 261
8 76! 7 16
July 17. S 7614 8 821 7 15 6 50
juiy 19 K
July 20. 8 flbH
Jiny 2i k ,c
July 22. 8C7?4
July 23.1 8 62HI
JUly 24. ...
8 Ml 7 17 6 34
8 R8( 7 201 6 35
I 7 23 6 33
8 S7' - 271
fortMier, Nflk. S, 1
HU lk t'Kv Pih. 4"
goirt tc Cn. it, 1M4
V 8. Hnrltlni Hat. K ltll.
Wiyne. Neb., 8th. Dli, tt...
7 75 6 1
7 59! 6 26
8 5Cil 7 551 15
8 561 7 651 C IS
7 (ill S l
7 67 6 49
7 76 6 43
7 12 6 31
7 S3' 6 37
7 741 6 41
8 .V. 7 76(
8 2 7 76 0 33
8 31 7 701 6 2;
8 SSf 7 25 6 35 S 43 7 6 3J
8 53 7 24 1 8 381 7 571 34
8 77 7 3S 33 I 7 67 6 31
days this neck receipts amount to 56.055
head, being the largest of any similar
IHllod since the latter pan of .MHrvh.
In spite of the large receipts tho
market was In very satisfactory condi
tion, lluyetw were out In good doyn
In the inornlnR ami the trading began
about as soon h the rerelpts were readv
to be shown. The Wst lambs sold nt
prices that nnre strong tg IMc higher than
yesterday, the top being $s 10 foi tin
same kind that brought tl J'uterday
On the other hand the market on the
general run of stuff was no more thuii
Httaib. In some cases, though, the sort
was not iiulte o heavy, which Indicated
that there was u firm undertone While
tho trade was at no, time especial y at -tho,
the offerings kept moving, and the
big bulk of the receipts hail chnnged
hands hy 11 o'clock In the morning
As was the esse yesterday, there wero
only a few small lots of ewes anil year
ling on sittu and lhe sold at fully
As hns been the ense pretty regularly
this week the close of the market was
the low tlmo of the day. Toward the last
end bids slipped off rapidly until some
of the lust sales looked to be IMjtOr lower
than Thursday's average, or a flat dime
lower than tho early trade. Some pretty
decent loads sold around tS.HW.43, with
rougher grades nt $8.26.
The market for the week Is now around
30c lower on lambs than at the close of
Inst week, while ewes are In tho neigh
borhood of 1MJW lower, and yearlings
fully 50o lower.
QuuUUloiiH on raugo sheen and lambs:
Iwiiubs, good to choice, $7 754iK10, lambs,
fair to good, $7 2MP7.76; lambs, feeders,
50i(f6 80: yearlings, good to choice. $5.65
(IG CO, yearlings, fair to good, $5.404.65.
yearlings, feeders, J5.00il5.40. wethers,
good to choice, $5 4P$ffi.G0. wethers, fair
to good, $5 0046.40: wethers, feeders, $I.WI
fl4.50, ewes, good to choice. $4.fM4t4.7S,
ewes, fair to good, H.I.VfM.M. ewes, fveil-
ttnaitnn Stoek Mi.rLtet.
BOSTON. July 24 Closing quotations
on stocks were ns follows:
. M4iN'tTiU tn 13S
. MHHIplMlRK MlDft ... IV
HHNorlh llutt 24
. ISNorlh lli 14
ti Old DomlDlon 4)
t Onreolk 74
. W fjulfwy MH
'. X Hbuinon tt
aHurrlor A I). M... It
J"tl' S. K. B ft M. . . 1
l do jiM ti
iVt'Uh Con 1S'
41'iaIi rnpper On . . M
4.1 Hull t Superior ..
cl A Arltont
i s I HraU
ilRnUl ... .
tppr lUnte r f
Kail llvitlf I' M
Ule Hovale t'eDDer
lke iAper .
I ji Hnlle Cotrer
lIl'TTHn-No. 1, 1-lb. cartoons,
1. 8i-lb tubs. 2r
ClIKKsU ImiKirteil Swiss, SSe: Ainer
Kiln Swiss. 24c. block Swiss, tic, twlno,
17 . daisies, 17't'. triilels, 17Hc. Young
Americas. 19c; blue tslel brick, li'c. Min
im rm-r. in , nv. I'lo. rev l orK Alleutr
Wh'te, 19o. I 'Amal t'nmi'
KIHU-W'hlte. lc: trout. I .e. Isrue erou- I A t I. M
pln. lac; Spunlsh niHckerel, 10c, shad roe.
per pair. 5oc, salmon. Ilk-, nallimt, uc;
I'nffalo, 9Sc channel ratusu. lv. piKe,
) . pickerel. 9i
POPLTRY HmlloM. 2V: hens. l"c;
cot ka, She, ducks, Sc. geese, 8u, turkeys.
15v. pigeons, per iloieii, 'Mc; diukr, lull
feathered. Si't geese, full feathereil. St ;
SQUshs. No. 1 $1.50: No. 2. 5v.
HBKF CI'TS -Ribs. No. I. lbV: No. 2.
174c, No. S, I5c. Uilns, No. I, 21c. No.
2. l.Mic. No 3. 19V. Chucks. No. I. lie;
No 2, lie. No X 10V Hounds, No. t.
lMr. No. 2, 15c. No 3, 144.0. I'lates, No.
1. . No. 2, Sc; No. 3. 7c,
Tho following fruit utnl esetable prices
are quoted by the (llllnsky Fruit com
pany. Fltt lTS-oranges: Extra fancy Glen
dora Yaleliflas. 9:. U."s. Iis. 15"s. 176s.
Ms and 250s. $.176 lcr box. Red Ball
Valenrlas. all sties. $3.50 per box. IetnU
one: Kxtra fancy Goltleu Howl. 1100s. 3i4ia,
$7.00 per box, fancy SIHer v.oril. 300e, iWOs,
$6 50 per bo. Grapefruit Extra fancy,
64s, $4 60 per box; extrs fs-; 45s. $4.W
per box, extra tnia-y, fc's. $3.50 per box;
Indian River. 64s and M)s. $5(J per box.
Apples. Wlnesaps, $2.50 per box.
CALIFORNIA FHI ITS-Peaohos: Ex
tra fancy Placer Co. Elbertas or Craw
fords, 85o per box; 10 box lots, hSVio rcr
box. 100 box lots or more. MV lwr box.
l..,,ru fnllfnmla Mnlirilaln ltsrtlett. full
box, $2.26 per box, 10 box lots $$.) por WV-, July, 74c; September, 70c.
box. 35 box lots or more. $2.15 per box. i OATS-No. 2. 3Hi37V4c; No.
too it on Slui'li MnrUrt.
l)NtXN, July W. American securities
oiwietl dull but later tleollnnd In resid
ing At noon the tone wum quiet with
prices unchanged to S under the New
York close of yesterday. Canadian
Pacific wns weak and sold 24 lower on
Consols for money. "4 15-16 per cent .
Mccount, 75 per cent; bar. silver, easy.
24d. tunnel, pur cent; short bills,
2 per tent, three months bills, 2iti2 11-16
SI. :.ui firu'n Market.
ST l-Ol'IS. July 24,-WHBAT-No. 2
red. SlSffSSlWc. No. 2 hard, 81986c; July.
81c; September, SlHdrSPic.
CORN No. 3, 7440: No. 2 wlilte, 79U
Receipts and dlsiosltlon of live stock at
tho Union Stock yards in South Omaha
for twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. in.
R EC EI I'TS CA I US.
C, M. & St. P
Missouri Pacific ....
C. & N. W., east ...
C. & N. W.. west ...
C, St. P., M. & O. .
C, B. & Q., eust
C, B. tii Q., west ...
C, It 1. Sc I .. cast .
C. R. I. & P., west
Chicago Gt. West ...
212 Idaho lambs
1K0 Idaho lambs
86 Idaho lambs
189 Idaho lambs
145 Idaho lambs
207 Idaho lambs
176 Idaho lambs ,
191 Iduho lambs
Ik) Idaho lnntbs
191 Idaho lambs
1,113 Idaho lambs
123 Idaho owes
124 Idaho feedpr lambs
Ramus City Live Stock MnrUrt.
KANSAS CITY, Mo,, July 24. CATTLE
Recellrts, 2,000 head; market steady;
prime fed steers, $9.3f4f0.90; dressed beef
steers, $7.90416.25; western steers. II.Wtf
8.95; stockers and feeders. $6.00(1(1.50; bulls,
$5.254K.75. calves, $6.0O3J10.25.
1 10(18 Receipts, 2.500 head; market
lower: bulk, $8.6508.76; heavy. $8.75'a.S5;
packers and butchers. $8.70W8.5, light.
$8.WS.70, pigs, $S 2M8.76.
S1IEEP AND LA M BS Receipts, 1.900
head; market steady, lambs, 7.W!i.H0;
yearlings, $6.00(80 76; wethers, $4.75nfi.50;
PluuiH. Diamond. $1 50 per crate. Grant
$1 50 rcr crate, Wlckso", U t lr "rate;
5- crate Iota. 10c leas, 10-crate Mr. -jo
less. Apricots: Wenacliee, Washington,
lor shlpmunt next iliurrduy, per ciatc,
$1 50; 6-crate lots, $1.45, 10-rrato lots. $1.M.
CANTALOl'PKS - Artcnnn. standartla
$3.25 per crate; Jumbtw. $3.tO per crate;
Ponys, $176 tier crate.
IXlETAnf.PiS-CabbuRe, 2c per lb.;
California onions. 4c per lb.: peppers, 60c
per basket; fancy tomatoes, "frr per crate:
6- crate lots, 05c per crato; cucuinberi,
hothouse, 2 do, bablict, 75c per basket;
new beets, carrots, turnips. 25c per doc.;
celery, Michigan, c per dox.: celery.
Denver, large Jumbo. $1.00 per dox. , head
lettuce, M0(&1.&0 per dot.; leaf lettuce,
40c ier dm.; onions, homo-grown. 15o per
dox. . radishes. 6V per dox. ; garlic. Italian,
2V per lb ; horseruillshes, $1.60 per easo;
shelled popcorn. 60 per iu. , iarugun,
NEW YORK. July 24.-COTTON Fu
tures closed barely steady. July, 12.38c.
August, 12.27c; October. 12.27c; December.
12.46c; January. 13.86c; March, 1142c; May,
12 64c. Spot, quiet; middling, 13.25c; gulf
ia.50c; fairs 10 bales.
LIVERPOOL, July 24.-COTTON Spot,
steady: good middling. T.SSd; middling,
7.8hd; low middling, .8Sd. Rales 6,
Oniahs liny MnrUrt.
OMAHA, July 23. HAY Choice upland
and midland. $ll.6OTf'12.0o: No 1. $10.5of
11.60: No. 2, $9.00iT10.00; No. $. $4.mrj.00.
Straw Choice wheat. $5.&Ot7.0O; choice
oat or rye, j(i.ouat w. Airairn-
Morris & Co. ...
Swift & Co 17
Cudnhy Packing Co. ... 32
Armour & Co 45
Hwlft K. C 02
F. D. Lewis 2
Huston & Co 6
J. B. Root A Co 2
McCreary & Kellogg .... 6
Sullivan Bros S
Tanner Bros 2
John Harvey 7
Other Buyers 27
Artlcloj Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close.l Tes-y.
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, largo corner lot. on
paved street, one block to car and school.
Terms, l-or appointment can
Osborne Realty Co.,
701-2 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1174.
82U 82 82 8241 8JH
Mtf 824 81H fllfcl $U4
72 72H 71J4 72 72
69H 6H ess 6SI4
S7',4 37H 37 37 37i
35i 34 354 35Sl 36
22 85 ' 22 85 I
20 7241 20 75 20 05 20 124 20 55
10 074 10 10 S2 824 10 15
10 15 10 15 9 90 DM 10 20
11 9241 11 95 11 70 11 70 12 00
I 11 4741 H 474 11 20 11 224 It 60
FOR QUICK. bALE,
2116 CASS ST.
Eleven-room, strictly modern house;
well-arranged rooms; six rooms on flrat
floor, leading up to five large uedrooms
and bath; near car; close In. Terms to
suit. A reasonable offer not refused. o
New and modern 6-room bunealow. lat
est style In every way, good location, 22d
and Ames. Webster 4228.
7-ROOM house, rents for $18.(0, must be
sold at once; $3X will handle It 11 4711.
$7,100 FOR QUICK cash sale, income prop
erty: $13 per cent. Call owner, evenings,
The underslgnod trustee in bankruptcy
of the estate of James D, Rose, bank
rupt, will, on the 2th day of July, at the
hour of 11 o'clock a. m., sell to the high
est bidder for cash, the stock of goods
and fixtures of said James D. Rose, con
sisting of hardware, furniture, undertak
ing goods and harness. Said sale will be
held In the store formerly occupied by
thfl said James D. Roso, In Long Fine.
Neb. Any Information as to stock or sale
can be had ny wnung Annur utunes,
trustee, care of McGllton, Gaines & Smith,
loot City National Bank Bldg.. Omaha.
Neb. The stock can be seen before date
of sale by calling on J. a. uavidson of
Lomr Pine. ARTHUR OAINES.
trustee ii. M..wjr wi tuv dilate oi
Jamea D. Rose. JulylJ DIOt
Nt. I.ooU I.lvt- Stook Market.
ST. LOUIS, July 24.-CATTLK-ReelptB,
1,000 head; market steady: native beef
steers, $7,60110.00. rows and helfurs, $5.0iiiiJ
9.60; stockers and feeders, $5.00fl7.50;
southern steers. tS.7fwsffi.2S; cows nnd heif
ers, $4.5OSli.ri0. native calves. HiWH w.w.
lions Ret-fliits. 4.200 head, market
lowor, pigs and llghtB, $8.00ft.10. mixed
and butchors. $S.75yt.15; good heavy, $9.00
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts, 750
head; market steady; native muttons,
$l.O04N 6O: lambs, $7.omr7.60.
CIiIchko l.tvt- .ttock Jtlarket.
$l3.00trl4.W; No. 1. $12-00fH3.00. No. 2. $11.00
lliirti '' 'i-ui ' . w " t . - . ..... j
home-Brown, market prlco alout 30c pep i tTi w.
iiox.. potuiooa, iir , i tv lw
WAT KB MELONS 1 4c per lb
CAULIFLOWER - llome-rorwn, $1.01
BANANAS-4l.754rM50 per bunch.
NUTS- Salted peanuts, $1,50 per rase,
No. 1 Callfoniln walnuts, 184c per lb.;
pecans. 124c per lb.; filberts. 15o per 11.;
almonds, 20o per lb.; popcorn, 6c per lb.
MIBCHLIaANISOU - Sugar walnut
dates, $1.25 per box; limes. $1.75 tier
basket: crackcrjaok, $2.60 per case;
checkeir, $3.60 per case; crackerjack. wr
half case. $1.75; checkers, per half cuee,
NEW YORK STOCK.! AND HONRS
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stucka wero as follows:
paiaa. 11111. i" t-i""-
EAROAIN Splendid West Farnam house.
Owner leaving city. Latent designs In
construction. Corner lot. G. P. Stebblns,
MUST be sold, 6-room, new, modern
residence in Morning Side addition;
cost $2,800 to build, mint sell at a. loss.
Phone D. 3607.
BARGAIN West Farnam dl7trlct. 10
room house, modern, will make price
ana terms rigbt to quick buyer,
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S HALE,
Notice Is hereby given that on Friday,
July Mat, A. D. 1914, at 1:30 p. m. on said
day at Gregory, South Dakota, I will of
fer for sale in bulk at public vendue to
the highest bidder for cash In hand the
entire stock of general merchandise, com.
posed of dry goods, clothing, hats and
caps, boots and shoes, groceries, queens
ware and othsr merchandise. This Is a
nice, clean stock, Invoicing nearly $12,
For further Information address the un.
derslgned at Fairfax. H. D.
CHARLES A. DAVIS,
Trustee of the Estate of Butler Brothers.
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
red, 83408340 ; No. 2 hard. 83V4844c;
No. 2 northern, 93694c; No, 2 spring,
92093c. Corn: No. 2 yellow, 740744c
Oats: No. 3 white, ZOWaSTVtc; standard,
3SQ884C. Rye; No. 2, Sc. Barley: 48
f7c Timothy; 4.ttg6.60. Clover: $10.00jji
13.00. Pork: $22.86. Lard: $9.72. Ribs:
EGGS Steady: receipts. 12.210 cases: at
mark, cases Included. WtlBHc, ordinary
rirsis. nwu'iao; nrsis, ifra'iyc.
BUTTER Higher; creameries, 21
i'OTATOMK lwer; receipts. 30 cars:
Kansas and Missouri Ohlos. 60365c: Kan
sas and Missouri cobblers, 6006o; Cal
ifornia, 86Q90C, home-grown, OOoStLOO per
bag; Virginia, barrels, $2.252.S0.
POULTRY-Allve, lower; springs, 18
21c; fowls, 134c-
OMAHA, July 24. Bank clearings for
Omah today were $2,37,775.40, and for the
corresponding day laat year $2,721,577.93.
Nrir York Oenerml MarUet,
NEW YORK. July 24,-SUaAR-Raw.
steady: molasnes, 2.61c; centrifugal, 3.20c.
Refined, steady; cut loaf, 6.30o; crushed,
6.20c; mould. "A," 4.85c; cubes, 4 65c,
XXXX powdered, 4.6Jo; powdered, 4.50c:
fine granulated. 4.40o: diamond "A."
4.40c. confectioners' "A. 4.30c; No. 1, 4.20c
BUTTER Steady: rocslpu, 7,400 tuba;
creamery, extras. 27434ci firsts, UW(
27c; seconds, 22fif24c, process, extras, 22t
CHEESE Easy; state, whole milk,
colored, specials 14413160, white, 14416c;
white or colored, average, fancy 1440
144c skims, 49H4c
EGOS Steady; fresh gathered, extras,
2U(26c, extra firsts, 224$23Uc; firsts, 214
22c; nearby hennery, white, 2429c;
gathered, whites, 22327c: browns 24C26c.
POULTRY Alive, Irregular, western
chicken, broilers, 22c; fowls, 16H017o;
turkeys, 15c. Dressed, quiet; western
chickens, frozen, 143220c; fowls, 12&194o;
Kansas City Grain nnd Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. July 24. WH EAT No.
2 hard. 764&0o: No. 2 rd, 774W8c; Bep
tembflr. 7540754c; December, XliWc
CORN No. 2 mixed, 724c; No. 2 while,
794c; September, 6Sc; December G4c.
OAT3 No. 2 white, S8c; No. S mixed,
BUTTER Creamery. 23c; firsts, 21c;
seconds, 18c; packing stock. 17c.
KOGS Firsts. 19o; seconds, 14c.
POULTRY Hens, 13c; broilers, 17c. (
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. July 24. WI I EAT No, 1
Manitoba, 7s (4d; No. 2, 7s 4d, October,
ts H4d. December, 7s !d.
CORN American, mixed, Cs Ed, Septem
b:r, in 6l
c io4 i es
3 72 J I 11
2 1140 I 10
1 sio 00
2 1105 I U
1 100 7 21
. Tvpl.Tf. T-hnra n.r M cattle of any
consequenco In tho yards thla morning,
only threo or four cars being reported,
which was not enough to mako a market.
For the week receipts havo been qulto
liberal for this season of tho year, and
larger than either last week or week bo
fore, j , ,
Tho best corn fed steers and also good
gross beeves have remained fully steady
all tho week. On the other hand the
medium grades aro uround 15815o lower
than thn hlirh tlmu laat week.
Good corn fed cows and heifers havo
ahown little or no change, and the best
grass cows have held up very well, but
the medium grades aro l&IMOc low'cr than
last week. Bulls havo suffered about
the some decllno as cows, while veal
calves aro as much aa 6O0 lower.
Good feeders have Been Birong an too
week, aa high as $s.B5 ucing pbiq 101
choice range feeders. Tho medium to
common kinds havo been slow and no
better than steady.
Quotations on came: uoou 10 tuun-o
.luim i SMia 76: fair to COOtl bof
steers, $8.7rW 25; common to fair beef
.. n -r. u -r. hniM tn fnnov r.ornfotl
heifers, $&00ti00; gootl to choice heifers,
$7.0037.15; good to choice cows, $6.60f)7.40;
fair to good grades, $5.600.60; common to
fnix rrailltl. 1.1.7Ml6.CiO: gOOll tO CholCU
stockerB and feeders, $7.768.35; fair to
good itockera ana teeacrs, (i.wti.w,
common to fair stockers and feeders, $6.25
Qrt.00; stock cows and helfom,. $5.00ii'J.00;
stock calves, $7.008.00; veal calves, $7.60Q
10 50; bulls, stags, etc.. I3.26jf7.t5.
No AT. IT. No. At. IT.
1 110 Hi 11 70
. . 900 4 35
... ((0 4 U
... 110 4 40
... 110 4 0
... 760 4 7 5
... Ill I 10
COWS AND HEIFERS.
t ttt M 1 HO
.... IK IH 1 U70 I 78
. 10S0 I 50 1 lttO t 0
1030 6 71 1 740 6 tt
S0 4 00 1 IM OU
MT 6 E I 140 10 00
.. 422 6 00 1 IM 10 00
".. ... no 7 no 1 no 10 u
lii 7 7S 1 10 10 (4
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
2 7 T 00
HOGS-Suppllcs were only fair for a
Friday, something like 122 cars, or 8.C0O
head, being reported in. Tho receipts for
the week to date foot up 40,419, being al
most 1,000 larger than last week, but
close to 2,000 short of the same days last
All other markets reported eharp de
clines this morning, and tho locul trudo
was no exception to the general rule,
opening very slow and shuruly ower.
Shippers and speculators bought slowly,
but they stayed In the murket all morn
ing and their total pui chases were rather
sizable, being made at prices that wero
fully u dime lower
Packers started bidding figures that
wero ofclOc lower than yesterday's avor
ago market, or a dlmo lower than the
best time, first offers being made on a
basU of $S.WIjj.65 for pretty ueceni nogs
would strengthen up later in the day and
most of them held out for close to steady
prices, but after the beat part of the
forenoon had passd with llttlo noticeable
change being made In offers, the big end
of the offerings started to move slowly
at prices that were very little better than
tho opening offers. At the best the move
ment won very slow, and It was late be
fore any sort of a clearance waa made.
Bulk of the offerings sold at $S.464jd.60,
with a sprinkling of 4"hlmliur hogs up
to $8.6&6,70 and a top of $8.75. Today's
prices show a decline of about JOc us
compared with the close of last week and
are a quarter lower than tho high time
a week ago today.
AT. SB. IT. "
11T 40 t 45 II
71 . ...
u . ...
4 . ...
H ... .
ntnninn ti VI rATTI.Tnllni.,ll'hlcain, M. t HI. P. .
V I . . . t J . ,..J .a. w. ........ ... . VT IV
1 tjv 1 1. .nMi.Av ..n.... 1,...,,.. timi' niiau n. i-i. 1,
i,vw iirnu, iiiiu kvv, r idmj , ,vu v, ,i.iv
ffrlO.OO; steers, $6.40126.35; stockers and
Alaaka OoUl WJ
Amalsainatrtl tjopper ... 21,400
Antlcan Iltt Supar ... 710
Anerlcan M It 1.2"0
American . It. PM
Amrr. Sutsr ItHlnloi.
Amtrlcan T. ft T
Ilrouklm tUpId Tr
California ITIrolaura .,
t'hfiapraka ft Ohio.. ..
feeder $5.80ti8.00; cows and heifer 1, $3.85
(&0.25; calvea. $.75fH1.2.-..
HOGS Recelptn 17,000 head; market,
weak; bulk of soles, $8.65i?8.05, light,
$8.5oa9.0G; mixed, $S.404W.OG; heavy. $8.3541
9.024; rough. $S.S51R.W. pigs. $7 753'J.OO.
SHEEP AND lAMBB Receipts 5,000
head; market, strong, sheep, $5.1S$f6,80;
yearlings, $5.60jC.5O; lambs, $.00Ii8.rf..
Sioux City Live .Stock MnrUrt.
SIOUX CITY, la., July 24 -CATTL1!-Recelpts,
600 heod; market, no lono, na
tive steers, $8.85; butchers, $fl.76?7.X. cows
and heifers, $5.266.25.
HOGS Receipts, 4,rT0 head: market, 10c
lower; heavy. $8.40fi.fiG; mixed. $8.15f6.40;
light. $8.S24;S.35; bulk of sales, $8.55
SHEEP AND LAMBS None.
colomao riei at iron.,.
I'nlorado ft Houtbarn
Prnvtr uio uranaa. ..
I)rncr ft U. 0. pM
Dlitllltra' Becurltlra ....
Dirat Northern p(9... ..
tlra,t Nnrthern Ora ctta,
(luifenhalm Kaplorallon .
lntrrborouth Met. pf1.. .
International Ilartnlrr .
Kanaaa (,'lty Houlhrra...
lx)ulrlll ft NsihTllla..
Mlaaourl, K. ft T
Narad Ceppar ...
200 111 1U1
200 220(4 l
1.200 104 204
Move to Have High
Court Say if White
Slave Act Hits Women
basU of $S.50U. for pretty uereni uus
with quite a Bprinkllng of bids urour
$8.45, for the commoner grades The gei
erul opinion of sellers was that valui
St, Joseph I,lv Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. July 24. CATTLE
Receipts 100 head, market steady; steers,
$7.60ft4).60; cows and helfora, J4.0Oft'9.(j0;
HOGS Receipts 2.600 head, market
lower; bulk, $8.65(350.
SHEEP AND TAMBS Receipts 700
head, market steady; lambs, $7,254)7.90.
Corn nnd When Memo 11 Bulletin.
Corn and wheat region bulletin of the
United States Department of Agriculture,
weather bureau, at Omaha, for the twenty-four
hours ending at 8 a. m.. 75th
meridian time, Friday, July 24, 1914:
High. Low. fall. Sky.
Ashland. Neb... 97 '72 .00 Cloudy
Auburn. Neb... 98 8 .95 Cloudy
B'ken Bow, Nb 87 59 00 Clear
Columbus, Neb. 94 66 88 Clear
Culbertson, Nb. 87 60 1.62 Clear
Falrbury, Neb..l03 71) .27 Cloudy
Fairmont. Neb. 93 68 .02 Clear
Or. Island. Nb.. 96 67 .17 Pt. cloudy
Hartlngfn. Nb 93 62 .00 Cloudy
Hastings, Neb.. 94 K ,12 Pt. cloudy
Holdrecc. Neb. 95 fit .20 Pt. cloudy
(Lincoln. Neb... 94 70 .18 Cloudy
No. Platte, Nb M 62 .01 Clear
Oukdale, Neb . 92 fi7 .33 Cloudy
Omaha. Neb ...91 69 .30 Cloudy
Tekamah. Neb. 9:t 68 .08 Pt. cloudy
Valentine, Nb. M 6S .04 Clear
Alta. la 91 68 . 30 Cloudy
Carroll, la 92 M .20 Cloudy
Clarlnda, la.... 101 72 . 00 Cloudy
Sibley. la 68 63 .02 cloudy
Sioux City. la.. 90 70 .12 Cloudy
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
No. of Temp. Rain-
District. Stations. High. Low. fall
N Y. N. H. A H
Norfolk ft Western
Pacific T. ft T
Pullman Palace Cor....
iltar Con. Ctpr
Hvpublla Iron ft trtrrl.
Ilork Iilund Co
Hoik rtfTTi'd Co. ufd,..
St L ft H. r. Id pld.j .
Taiaa Comfianr 23
Union Puerile 20,100 12
b'nlon l'aclflc pfd 200 12
llnttfd Plalea jitaal 42,200 60S
t) 8. Htaal pld 4M 110
t'lah Copnr J.OOO C
WaUah pfd 200 24
1. eoo 224 2V4
200 M4 22
100 224 22tf
200 I t
ii'.ioo '214 21H
00 14'4 tit
2. WO 121 li
"700 iiii it'
200 124 1IH
200 ICt 106
I, JO) 224 4
4,200 1224 122
200 12-1 122
1.100 C7 II
100 22 22
700 114 II
2,200 ! 24
200 122 122
""200 "iiii '124
14,200 244 124
S.C00 121; 114
400 1044 1034
4,404 101 104.
300 20 20
4s6it 1(194 i"
'iiioo '204' 204
. 40,000 1214 1)04
603 204 20
foo 1 4
1,200 14 14
io.ioo iis 'bis
. 2,204 204 204
CHICAGO, July 24. Tho first step
towards a ruling by the United States
supreme court to determine whether
women, proved to bo co-consplrators with
men l(j the violation of tho Mann White
slnvn act, can bo punished under the
act, was taken in Milwaukee today, ac
cording to an announcement here by
officials of the Department of Justice.
'Federal Judge Gelgcr sustained the de
murrer to thu Indictment against Mrs.
Clara Holtc. aged 41 years, charging con
spiracy to violate tho Mann act
She was Indicted with Cheater C.
I.ouilenschlnger, aged 21 yean, who Is now
serving n Jail term.
An apcal to the supremo court waa
taken at onco. If thu decision is re
versed It was said tho Department or
.tllatleA tilnna In m i wnman. whn httv
! appeared aa witnesses in trials of men,
MS, I vho havo been convicted of violation of
the law during tho last threo years.
'U MRS. V. E. BENDER, FORMER
BLUFFS WOMAN, IS DEAD
SPRINGFIELD, 111.. July 24.-(Speclal.)
Telegram.) Mrs. Victor 13. Render, wlfo
of the publisher .of tho Springfield News,
died hero tonight, following an opera
tion. Mr. Render, formerly was pub
lisher of the Nonpareil at Council Bluffs,
la. At the time of her death Mrs. Ben
der was regent of tho Springfield chapter,
Daughters of the American Revolution,
Hisiund was a member of the commission
recently appointed uy uovernor ttawara
V. Dunne to erect u tablet here to tho
memory of the soldiers of the War of
HI!. She was widely known in Iowa
social circles. Burial will be In Galesburg,
111., her native city.
Total aalea for tho day, 200,400 aharta.
St. Louts, Mo....
Dca Moines, la..
Kan. City, Mo..
2(2 4) I 41
. 21 1(0 42
227 200 44
. . .221 210 I 45
..272 ... W
. . .211 140 2 60
...2(2 40 S 10
...247 120 t (0
...215 ... IM
...lt 240 I M
...272 ... 0
...Ml ... IM
...272 ... I 50
...2a ... im
..211 M tO
...tn 120 w
...204 ... IU)
. .'JOl ... I 50
.241 . 2 M
7 10 I M
:t m ih
24 4 200 I 60
, .201 ... I M
r. tin I'r.
..273 ... lit
..222 120 2 (4
.242 10 I U
.124 .. K
. H 14 I M
. 221 120 I M
. .37 40 I M
.210 40 8 K
.242 ... k IS
..2(0 20 2 11
..242 110 114
212 ... Ill
.334 II S SI
..212 244 2 IS
..270 110 I 14
..2(4 124 2 II
..m ... 100
..271 M I 40
..SI 304 I 14
..124 . . 44
.224 10 I (4
215 164 I Co
211 14 I 64
32 I 44
throughout the corn and wheat region.
Modernto shower occurred within the
last twenty-four hours In all except the
St. Louis and Louisville districts, and
were most grnerul in the Omaha, Des
Moines and Columbus districts.
L A. WELSH.
I.ocal Forecaster. Weather Bureau.
NEW YORK, July 24. METALS-Lead.
quiet at $3.8S&! 95; London, IK YUM.
Spelter, quiet ot $5.WHlG.lO; 1onilon,
t21126ti. Copper, quiet; spot and Sep
tomber, $13.00313.60; electrolytic, $13.60;
lake, nominal; coatings, $13.25. Tin, easy;
spot, f3i.4K31.E6; September, $31.15:tl.60.
Antimony, dull; Cookson's, $7.l2V41i7.35.
Iron, quiet, unchanged.
London prices: Copper, steady; spot,
T,9 15o; futures, 606s Tin, weak; apot,
140 15s; futures, 142 6s. Iron, Cleveland
warrants, 51s 2d.
ST. 13UIS, July 24.-METALS I.ead.
firm at W.W&STl'i; spelter, firm at $4.85
Coffer Market. '
NEW YORK, July 24. COFFEE Con
tinued big Brazilian receipts exerted a de
pressing effect on tho coffee market to
day. It had a very dull opening, with
prices 1 to 2 points lower, but became
more active as the day udvanced, with
considerable pressure from bear interests,
In linn with lower cables and cheaper cost
and freight offers, closing easy at 12 to
14 K)lntM net decline. Sales were 63,600
bags. Closing bids: juiy ana August,
8.2c: September, 8.36c; October. 8.46c; De
cember, 8.66c: January. 8.71c; March. 8.81a;
May, 8.88c. Spot, easier; Rio No. 7, BHo;
Suntos No. 4, 114c,
Minneapolis Oratn Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 24. WHEAT
July, 884c; September, S3Hcr No. 1 hard,
M4c, No. 1 northern, 914I4c: No i
New York Monry Market.
NEW YORK. July 24,-MONBY-On
call, steady, l per cont; ruling rate,
2 per cent; closing, 1402 per cent Tlmo
loans, stronger; 60 duys, 25t pur cent; 90
days, 8tf'14 per cent; six months, 444
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPKR 4W06
per cent. Sterling exchange, steady;
(Jxty day bills, $4.8576; demand, $4.8810;
commercial bills, $4.Sl-);.
SILVER Bar, 634c; Mexican dollars.
BONDS Government, heavy; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today were
rcc... t4L S. d. 4a, 1221.... 2214
. .. . 7 I.liult A it. la.... 1024
101 Idrlllartl t. 102
101 1- ft N. unl. 4a. ... W
10I4M. K. A T. lat 4a.. 22
110 Mo. l'ac. or. (a .. . 41H
V 8 raf. 2a.
U. 8. la, res
do coupon .
p. a. 4a. r
ilo t oupon
Panama 2a coupon.. 104 N. Y. C i. 34 .. l'i
Amir, As. U 1004 do dab. 4a 274
Am. Cotton Oil 4a..444N Y. C. 44. l2. 1014
A. T ft T ct. 44a. 14N. Y. Plata 44a... I0!4
Am ttnultlng a.. I014N. Y. Ity. adj. la.. H'l
Am. Tobacco 6a ..111 N. Y.N. II & II.
Armour ft Co. 441. 224 " fa .. . . . S4
Atchlatm (an. ta 2i4'N. ft W er 44a. 1024
do ct. 4a. 1K0 HKNo. Pacific la St'i
A. C. I clt 4... 04 do la 174
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l4Pac. T. ft T. Ga I4H
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H do con. 4a 1044
104 IUy Con. (a UJ
2l!4lteadlns gen 4a .... 244
92 U'P. Kteal la. 11(0.. 91
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97 gt. U 8 W c. 4.
DEMS NOT ANXIOUS FOR
T. R. REMARKS ON TREATY
WASHINGTON, July 24-Coionel Roose
velt's request that ho be heard by the
senato commltteo on foreign relations, In
opposition to the Colombian treaty, under
tho terms of which the United States
would pay $26,000,000 for the Panama canal
strip and express regret that anything
should have occurred to "mar the
friendly relations between the two
countries," remains unanswered by the
committee, and no decision will bo
reached for another week,
Administration leaders generally are
said to be opposed to holding hearings
with relation to the treaty, and particu
larly to thn appearance of Colonel Roosevelt
CANAL OPEN AUGUST
FIFTEEN TO COMMERCE
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do CT. 44
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tn. Leather la..
Chai. ft Ohio 44a
do ct 4H .. .
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do sen. 4m... .
C. 0 W. 4a
WASHINGTON, July 14. Opening of
tho Panama canal to the world's com
merce un August 15, next, was announced
tonight by Secretary Garrison. Probably
the first vessel to pass through the CTeat
(waterway will bo the Cristobal, a War
department steamer now at Colon.
There will be no formalities In the epoch
marking event, ull ceremonies being left
for tho official opening, when the Inter
national fleet passes through ths canal
In March, 1915.
MRS. PANKHURST WRITES
LETTER TO KING GEORGE
MUR. A. I,, adl. I
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tli. No lat 44a .
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K '. Ho ref. la
LONDON, July 24.-Mrs. Kmmellne
Pankhurst has written a letter to the
king reiterating her demand for a per-
1044, j sonal Interview and claiming that since
I'H 1 the king, ot nm own initiative, invited
certain militant men. namely Carson,
Craig, Dillon and Redmond, to Bucking
ham palace, the suffragettes should be
given an interview.
Quotations furnished by Burns, Drinker
&. Co., 443 Omaha National Bank build
Crelghton Real Katata Co
Detre ft Co. pfd. .
KaJrniont Creamery pfd. la. . ...
Fairmont Cn-amerr Ouar. t
Illinois Traction pfd
Omaha ft C. U. 81. Ry. pfd....
Omaha ft C. B. Ilr. tlrldra.
Omaha Kloc. U. ft Tow., pfd...
Union Block yda., Omaha
Bancroft. Nab., la. 1122..
rilir ttal'l Duk Hide, la
Ctloaao. Ull. ft m. r 44. 2014.... I
Rounoll Bluffs Ola ft tUae. i. Ills.. 21
Dicdm par. Warranla 7a,, 21
Dundee JUaJtr Co. Is. 1112
oerlng, Nab., Wfctar fa. 1122 102
Kan, Cllr-. Mo., Tax Bllla 7 12
Northern Pacino 44a. 2447. , ., 114
Omaha Eire. 1J ft Pow, la, 1121..., II
Omaba 0a la, 1117.. VI
tntr f Omaha 4 Vie, 1141. ,.. . 114
Pllr ot Oauha 4a. 1112 9144
nmihi ft C. 11. BL III. la. lr1. NU
lDiet Bound Tr, Lt. ft Pow. 5a. 1111,104
DUNDEE BANK APPLICATION
(From a Staff Correspondent)
WASHINGTON. July 24.-(8peclat Tela
gram ) The comptroller of the currenoy
has approved tho application to organize
the First National bank of Dundee, Neb.,
capltul $25,000. O. Liggett. N. P. Dodge.
Jr., L. Spencer and F. W. Clarke are the
MORE DANGEROUS TYPE
OF PLAGUE APPEARS
NEW ORLEANS, July 54-What federal
betalth authorities declared to be the
septicemic type of bubonic plague ap
peared today and claimed as a victim
Mrs. Reglna Schmttt, aged 73 years. This
type is considered more dangerous than
1111 City Nat 1 Bank
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