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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, JULY 27, 1914.
OKFKltKD V01X RENT
Hoard hiiU Iloonia.
REEDHURST Try our meas
ROOM with board for two gentlemen.
near Crelghton college and street car.
Thono Tyler 1207 686 Lincoln Blvd.
E-ROOM furnished house from July IS
to September 1. It. 5870.
Pnn1 ,ttrK room on Farnam car lino for
a men or man ana wife. Tel. II. 259
IN Dundee, beautiful room, sleeping porch
pijie, in new nome. with small family;
reasonable price. 4S07 Farnam. Tel. II. 4910.
TWO rooms, private family. Har. 2047.
TWO nice, airy rooms, newly furnished,
in tinvaie iamny. Z12H Uouglns. lied 303S,
Room In private family. 1 or 2 gentlemen,
or man anil wife: board If desired. D. 8071.
TWO nicely furnished rooms In nrivnto
famllv. Excellent neighborhood. Hoard
ii uesireti. lmr, 12W
FRONT parlor on first floor, single room
on second floor, both suitable for 2 gen
tlemen; modern, Cool; board. Web. 8070.
A SUITE of rooms, strictly mod: refer-
1024 SO. 10TH ST.-2 large, cool rooms,
furnished for housekeeping; modern,
near uepot; rent reaeonaoie.
723 S. 16T1I St. -Housekeeping and sleon
lng rooms; mod, house. I'hone T, 1021-W,
4 ROOMS and bath for light housekeep
lng, very cool; modern except heat.
0b .no. zun St. i'hone Webster 66S7.
3121H CALIFORNIA 3 rooms, furnished,
modern; nice yard; Hist floor. Har. 4001.
FRONT parlor on first floor, single room
on neounu, ooin suuaoie lor z gentle
men, mod., cool; board If desired AV. 807a
319 SO. 26TH-Nlce cool housekeeping
mums, rem. very reasonanie. lei. noug
674 S. 28T1I STTwo excellently fur.
nlshed rooms with largo alcove: best
equipped for light housekeeping In the
city. Harney isso. .
Motrin anil Annrtntenta.
CALIFORNIA Hotel, 16th and California.
weekly rntee H and up. Douglas TUSi
DO DOB HOTEL Modern. Reasonable.
OODBN HOTEL, rooms
$2 per week.
. Unfurnished Itoomi.
THREE excellent, strictly modern rooms
2818 Poppleton Ave.
Iloimra anil OottflBOH.
DANDY 8-r. brick; like now; $12; gas.
sink, toilet; water paid. Phono Red 4903.
NONE to compare, 7-room house;, also 4
room flat. 220 N. 23d.
FREE RENTAL LIST.
Complete "for rent" list of houses,
apartments and flats on file at our office;
no charge whatever. Union Outfitting
lo mm ana jacKson aim.
WAGON umbrellas. Wagner. S01 N. 16th.
6-HOOM house, electric light, gas and
water. i:. ski juanuerson t.
MODERN house. 1515 N. 40th Web. 1615.
6-ROOM cottage, modern except heat.
Corner 22d nnd Ohio Sts. W. 3232.
7-ROOM, strictly modern, sleeping porch;
near Lothrop school. Price. $30. W. 6405.
MOpERN 6, 6 and 7-ro.om cottages. Apply
at aiZ4 Miami oi.
7-ROOM house, all modern, 2232 Meredith
Ave., $25. Phone W. 3335.
ALL MODERN 5-room cottage, 2405 Em
ni!( St. Tel. Webster 1069.
We' have a complete list of all houses.
apartmontB nnd flats that are for rent
Tuts Hat c;in be seen free ot charge at
Omaha Van & Storage Co., 8M & 16th St
7-ROOM hmise. facing Hanscom Park,
modern. $37.50. Phono Harney 1565.
TTnnnna ttl1 parts of the city.
XIUUSLU crelgh Sons & Co.. Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT All mudern -room bouse,
2617 No. 20tll St Tel. Web. E97G.
Fidelity Storage Co.
Storage, movlngr packing and shipping.
16. & Jackson Sts. Phone. Douk. Ulfl.
Vnn nnrt Mt rt r
age Co. Reduced
vat am 4-.. Hf J..,.
T-nrcrn vnn. 2 mn- SI .95 riAr Hra w 5
tl was- V.. 111 AfV, T- f!n
FOR RENT Large 7-room house, strictly
modern, 1 block from car. Vacant
August 1st. Located Z7W Meredith Ave.
uan Florence sei.
T n T?TrP''nExD. Co.. Piano & fuml
." ' w' ""lure moving D. 6144. W. 2748
6-ROOM, completely furnished house. 1801
Blnney. W. 394.
GOOD barn, room for 8 or 1 horse.
1917 Webster St. Call Douelas 48.
Store mill Officio.
FOR RENT New more building, olotrlo
lighted, 22x40. Finest location In city
for pool hall and barber shop. No com
petition. Address M 314.
Fine cool room with vault, oleo. light
and water free; 14Hx27 ft partitioned
for 2 private rooms and reception room.
Opens directly on beautiful court- 3d
DESK space on ground floor of Ceo Bldg.
to real estate and insurance man. In
quire 218 So. 17th St
FAIIM & RANCH LANDS FOR SALTS
YOUNG Hollander wishes to buy good
farm or land. Y 122. Bee.
BIO FARM LIST FREE
With photos. Farms In many states,
stock and tools included. Farmers' bar
gains. Buy direct from owners; their
address free. National Farm Exchange,
320-ACRE farm for sale. Close to good
town; Good improvements. Bargain.
Get full particulars. Wm. Brozowsky,
PATIM A RANCH LANDS VOIt SALE
HOMESEEKERS' excursion; German
American colony; Grant and Jefferson
counties, Arkansas. Uphoff. 403 Times
Bldg.. St Louis. Mo.
COLORADO Improved farm: 80 acres;
close to railroad town; well Irrigated;
fine climate and soli; ideal for hogs and
general farming; bargain; terms to suit.
Address L. D. Hobson. Boston Bldg.,
6 miles of Council Bluffs. H mile ot rail
road station; all tillable; 3 acres alfalfa,
8 acres timothy and clover, 8 acres bear
ing orchard, grapes and small fruit for
homo use; no buildings. Owned by heirs
who want to sell. It is worth J.5,000. Let
us show you. If you don't think it worth
the price we will submit a reasonable of
fer. M'GEE REAL ESTATE CO.,
106 Pearl St.. Council Bluffs.
FARMS for sale. 85 down. $5 monthly,
buys 40 acres good timber land, near
town, Texas county, Mo,: price 2CO; per
fect title. J. B. Jarrell, Mt. Vernon, 11L
farm a ranch lands for sale
COO HEAD OF WHITE FACED CATTLE
and well Improved ranch, consisting of
1,400 acres deeded land. 3. COO acres leased
for the amount of taxes and upkeep of
fences; 3 flowing wells; 00 tons hay; best
ranch buildings; will lease 150 head range
brood marefl. For full particulars write
GRANT & FUQUA. Ekalaka. Mont.
FOUND 310-acre Homestead In settled
neighborhood; fine farm land; not sand
hills; cost you two filing fees and alL J.
A. Tracey. Kimball. Neb!
FOR SALE Cheap, by owner direct, 2,500
acres, or less, fine land In rain belt,
gulf coast ot Texas; oplendld for stork,
agriculture, winter homes, or game
r reserve, excellent boating, fishing and
hunting H. It Boiling, IM2 Calumet
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONEY to loan on farms or city prop
erty anywhere In the U. S., at only 5
per cent simple Interest; buy, build or
ray off mortgages; long time easy pay
ments. Empire Realty & Mortgage Co.,
I1S-19 Gas & Electric llldr , Denver. o
J100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg., lsth and Farnam.
CITY and farm loans, 5.6H. per cent
J.H.Dutnont ft Co . 1003 Farnam. Omaha
HARRISON & MOHTON. 816 Om NaL
WANTED City loans Peters Trust Co"
WANTED City loans and warrant.
"W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1S20 Farnam
n A D1TTT TT?ra Loans. 500 and Up,
SEE us first If you want a farm loan.
United States Trust Co.. Omaha. Neb.
MONEY oh hand for city and farm oanT
H. W. Binder. City Nat. Uk. Bldr.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
101R Omaha Nat. Douglas 2715
0 110-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
CITY' property. Larpe loans a specialty.
W H. Thomas. 22S State Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE OR EX CHAN OF R. E.
FOR SALE at a bargain, our home at 654
N. 27th St.; 8 rooms, east front 2 blocks
west of Crelghton university, 15 minutes
walk of P. O., between Harnoy nnd Cum-
Ings St car lines; 7 mln. on car to 16th
and Harney; 15 mln. to Union station.
Terms to suit purchaser! must be sold at
once. x. it, Lackey.
FOR EXCHANGE Several good Missouri
farms for Nebraska farms. Write what
you have. Guy R, Stanton, Lebanon, Mo.
Pianos for other musical Instru'ts. D 2017
NATIONAL automobile, first class con
dition. Sell or trade. Big bargain. W. 405.
AnSTHACTS OV TITLE.
ICERR Title Guaranteu 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.
CITY l'ROPKRTY KOIl 8ALK.
MUST be sold, 8-room, new, molern
residence In Morning Bide addition;
cost 12,800 to build, mint sell at & loss.
Phone D. 3G07.
MUST SELL at sacrifice, nearly new. 6
rooms, walking distance. Everything
right. Easy terms. Must nave money.
Address H 321. Bee.
Equity ot S1.400 In a 83,000 home for 81,20
cash. 1 1 a 7 rooms and bath, modern
except heat, full cement basement, ce
ment walks, on paved strcat and car Una,
8609 N. 30th St.
7-ROOM house, rents for S1S.60, must be
sold at once: S300 will handle It II. 471L
A SNAP Must bo sold at once. Seven
room house, electric light, gas, city
water, toilet, 60-foot front good barn.
S!23 Burdette, 81,000. Small payment down
and the rest like rent Call Web. 130&
17,100 FOR QUICK cash sale, Income prop.
erty; 813 per cent. Call owner, evenings,
Now and modern 6-room bungalow, lat
est style in every way, good location, 22d
and Ames. Webster 4228.
The undersigned tniBtco In bankruptcy
of the estate of James D. Rose, bank'
rupt, will, on the 29th day of July, at tha
hour of 11 o'clock a. m., Bell to the high
est bidder for cash, the stock ot goods
and fixtures ot Bald James D. Rose, con
sisting ot hardware, furniture, undertak
ing goods and harness. Said sale will be
held In the store formerly ocoupted by
the said James D. Rose, In Long Pine,
Neb. Any information as to stock or sale
can Je had by writing Arthur Gaines,
trustee, caro of McGllton, Gaines & Smith.
1004 City National Bank Bldg., Omaha
Neb. The stock can be seen before date
of sale by calling on J. S. Davidson ot
Long Pino. ARTHUR GAINES,
Trustee In Bankruptcy of the Estate of
James D. Rose. Julyl9 DlOt
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S BALE,
Notice is hereby given that on Friday.
July 31st. 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 oash in hand the
entire stock ot general merchandise, com
posed ot dry goods, clothing, hats and
caps, boots and shoes, groceries, queens
ware and other merchandise. This is a
nice, clean stock. Invoicing nearly 312..
For further Information address the un
dersigned at Fairfax, S. D.
CHARLES A. DAVIS,
Trustee of the Estate of Butler Brothers.
OMAHA TO BE GIVEN
WESTERN GOLF IN 1915
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., July 25.
(Special Telegram.) Omaha Is to be
awarded the 1915 Western Amateur Golf
association tourney, officers of the asso
ciation admitted here today. St. Loulo
will be the only contender for this great
event, but Omaha having never had
the honor of entertaining the western,
golfors the Nebraska metropolis will be
selected when the annual meeting Is held
in Chicago next winter.
Omaha will have the largest representa
tion ot any city on the city Monday when
the elimination round opens and the tour
ney begins. The Omaha entrants for the
championship are: A. Klngsley, Ralph
Peters, F. R. Hamilton, F. G. Wearne,
Ray Low, J, B, Fradenburg, J. B. Rohm,
S. W. Reynolds, J. W. Hughes, Frank
W. Halo. A. V. Klngsley. C. W. Calkins.
Carl Bock, W. J. Foye, Al Cohn, sr., and
In the Olymplo cup play today pre
liminary to the western tourney four
Omahans, Low, Hughes, Hale and Cahn,
composed the Nebraska team, which fin
ished seventh, Chicago winning the tro
phy. W. J. Foye of Omaha also partlci-
pated in the event, playing on the trans
continental team, which ended eighth.
Among the experts gathered here,
Omaha Is expected to take one of the
officers' cups. Chick Evans and Edward
Seckel of Chicago are favorites for the
NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE
IS PUBLISHED IN OMAHA
"The Omaha and Interurban Magazine"
Is the title of a new monthly magazine
puoiisncd in this city by 1L L. Compton.
Neville hotel block. Its intended field
as outlined In a statement In Its first
Issue la "the expression of the advan
tages of the great Missouri valley and
its central cities." Its articles are to be
St. liuulf Om'n Market.
ST. LOUIS, July 25. WHEAT No. 2
red, 8&84c; No. 2 hard. 85S8cj July,
824c: September, 83?;3T4a
CORN-No. 3 74c; No. 2 white, 78c;
JUiy, T1, uepieiiiuer, tvyv-i,
OATS No. 2, 36Vc; No. 2 w
July, S64c; September, 84a
No. , t
34 fed lambs
41 ted lambs
NEW YORK, July 25. COTTON-Fu-tures
closed steady; July, 12.25c; August,
12.10c; October, 12.11c; December, 12.31c;
January, 12.19e; March, 12.25c; May, 12.4Sc.
Spot quieti middling. 13.25c; gulf, 13.50c.
LIVERPOOL. July 25.-XJTTON-Spot.
easier; good middling, 7.76d: middling,
7.25d; low middling, &79d. Sales, 3,o5)
Omaha May Market.
OMAHA, July 23.-HAY Choice upland
and midland, tll.5012.00; No. 1. tl0.(Ot
11.50; No. 2, t9.CO3M.00; No. 3. tl.ra34.QQ,
Straw: Choice wheat, t5.G0ft00; choice
oat or rye,
P.ujrj.&u Airairn choice.
$13.00914.00; No. 1. $12.0031300; No. 2. $11.00
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Foreigners Continue to Take Wheat
in Liberal Fashion.
GULF TRADERS ARE BIG BUYERS
Cnsta llnndlrrx of Grain Report hnt
Much Grain Is GolnR Sonth,
While Ilnslnrsn U Blorr
In Other Qnnrters.
. OMAHA. July 25. 1914.
Korelgners wero agntn buyers of wheat
in a liberal way n Chicago and pur
chases at other markets woro also lib
eral. This demand caused the July and
September to advance In price and while
the highest levels wero not held, the
gains were HtTUc for July and September
r?iU!.-i1.ycl'- deferred months were
otf .SGBic and the weakness for this was
on lets rust talk and the fact that these
reports aro becoming stale.
t ash handlers have reported bis pur
chases at the gulf, but elsewhere the cash
trade was small. Kansas City grain men
claim that the acceptance on business
sent out of there Thursday night wero
largest on the crop. The heavy sales for
export mado earlier In the season wero
refloctcd by the Increased export clear
ances this week. It Is snld by cash han
dlers that the clearances will exceed 10,
000,000 bushels weekly before long.
The wheat futures showing tho most
strength yesterday doubtlens carried the
largest open Interest and shorts fearing
that conditions may change, for tho worse
led In tho buying. There were reitera
tions from the northwest of the wheat
Plant being too far advanced for any
reat amount of damage to result from
lack rust or any other causo. An bnlnlon
of this kind came not only from B. W.
Snow, but also from Harvoy Williams
and one or two other crop exports who
are now In tho spring wheat belt. The
losses In tho northwest from blight nnd
black rust havo. It Is believed, been
pretty well discounted nnd with heavy
offerings from the southwest conditions
are likely to show at least a partial
The deferred futures In corn were Q1o
lower yesterday, while the near advanced
nc. itains inrougnout the belt and in
creased offerings from longs wore the
helps to bears. In nddltlon to the rains
temperatures wero lower, and thore are
many reports that the corn has deteri
orated rapidly of late. A resale of Ar
gentina corn nt New York was made at
71c yesterday for July shipment. Cash
sales here were small at 120,000 bu.
Oats wero M0"54o lower on the Increased
movement at western markets.
Stop-loss selling In tho provision mar
ket was not only the feature, but the
factor of the day. These products came
out through the scattered longs and there
y,as also considerable pressure from both
large and small packers. The deollne of
10a in the price, of hogs was a draw
back, and the recent hot spell caused a
letup In the demand for cash meats.
Wheat was lc higher.
Corn was ViGNc higher.
Oats were unchanged to Uo higher.
rlAnm.,.aa ......... . l,...t .1
H t 1 U tl uuui aim ilUUI,
equal to 473,000 bushels: corn, 1,000 bush
els; oats, none.
Liverpool close: Wheat, Tid higher;
ccrn, Vld higher.
Primary wheat receipts wero 2,69,000 bu.
and shipments 1,435,000 bu., against re
ceipts ot 1,664,000 bu. and shipments ot
703,000 bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were 497,000 bu.
and shipments 3SO.00O bu against receipts
of 633,0) bu. and shipments of 365,000 bu.
Primary oats receipts were 810,000 bu.
and shipments' 590,000 bu against receipts
ot 636.0UO bu, and shipments of 658,000 bu.
WhML Pnrn. OAta. Tlv.
Kansas City 393
St Louis 354
'7 'so 'i
lillllC 161 ... ,,
These cash sales were reported today:
Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 1 car, 77Ho:
1 car. 77Uo; 10 cars. 77o; 2 cars. 76o: 3
cars, 76V4c No. 3 hard winter: 1 car, 1o;
6 cars, 78c; 1 car, 76o; 6 cars, 76V4c. Corn
No. 1 white: 4 cars, 764c. No. 2 white:
1 car, "5V4c. No. 3 white: 3 cars. 75a. No.
6 white: l car, 7lo. No. 1 yellow: 8 cars,
70a. No. 2 yellow: 3 cars, 70c; 1 car, C9c.
No. 4 yellow: 1 car, 69c. No. 5 yellow: 1
car, baic; cur, uc. no, 6 yellow; l oar,
68c. No. 1 mixed; 2 cars (near white).
72a; 5 cars, fUc; 2 cars, G9c. No. 2
mixed: l car (near white), 7S4a; 1 car,
69Uo, 4 cars, 69c. No. 3 mixed: 1 car. G9Uc.
No. 3 flint: 1 car (sweet), 64a No. 5
mixed: i car, 6sc; no. 6 mixed; 1 car, 7fto.
samnlo mixed: 1 car. 68c: 1 car. 67c: 1 car.
too; i car, mo. itye xmo. a: i car, twc.
oats No. 3 white: 16 cars, 34 Vic; 8 cars,
34Uo: No. 4 white: 1 car. 34Vfcc: 7 care.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard.
7&tf78ttc; No. 3 hard, 'iWI&g; No. 4 hard.
(sidc; wo. spring, Tftusc; no. spring,
wane; no. 4 Bpring, 7J07ic; No. 3 durum
75S76c;No. 3 durum. 74ift76c. Corn: No. i
X-n A nihil. riL f?-? IL n . vn 1 ..u . mi' r,
wc; no. a youow KwiJw)io; No. 4 yellow,
wiwgwc: iso. z mixed, Kxavjyic; No. !
mixed, G8Ki88Kc; Np. 4 mixed, 67',4t8i4c.
rnu. Wn 9 .,VtlfA T I X' r.i ir.r. . . ,
34V434c; No. 8 white, 34Vi34V4c; No. 4
wnue, 34ioottc. uaney; Malting, 47S63C;
no. i reea, wu-n,c. uyo: no. z, cOBOOVic;
No. 3, 69400c.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feature of (he Trading: and Closing
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, July 23. Frantlo buying of
wheat today resulted from the war scare.
The excitement, however, was chiefly
confined to a few minutes at the start
when reports that Servla would yield had
not sufficient time to take effect After
an advance that on some sales almost
toucned 3c a bushel, the market closed
unsettled at a rise of HiGlUc to lUfiUUo
net. Corn finished Hlc above last night
ana oats on to i-jtc up. iTovisions,
as a rule, scored a gain that varied from
6o to 17Hc
It seemed as If every wheat trader In
the wheat pit had orders to buy at the
first tap of the bell. The possibility of
the United States being yet called on to
supply breadstuffs to Europe on a scale
never before equalled kept most of the at
tention oi me pit oven alter me news
rame that the worst of tho crisis between
Servla and Austria appeared to be at an
Flattening out of export demand for
wheat did much to cool oft enthusiasts
who could see only one side to the mar
ket In the final dealings, especially,
some heed was given to assertion that the
American spring crop was maturing aliead
of the black rust and that the harvest In
North Dakota would be ten days earlier
man in tne year wnen me piaguo causea
Corn climbed with wheat and also re
sponded to continued need of general
rains. Trading at no time, however,
showed anything like the volume or ex
citement that was witnessed In the wheat
crowd. Hedging sales against the new
crop made oats relatively weak through
out the session.
Not much influence of the war talk was
shown by provisions. The main element
ot strength seemed to be the outlook for
a diminished supply of cattle at the prin
cipal centers next week.
Article Open. I High. Low. Close. Yes'y.
July. 83 84K 83 84 824
Bept 824 83H 8214 S2Ti 814
July. 72H 73 724 73 72
Sept 69 69H 68 69V4 6&
July. 36 37W S6 36 37
Bept 354 864 354 35 &H
Pork 1 1
July. 22 70 a 85
Sopt. 20 10 20 35 2010 SO 30 20 124
Sept 983 990 9 82 887 9 824
Oct. 9 90 9 96 9 90 995 960
Sept. U 72 11 83 11 72 U 77 1170
Oct U 35 U 3S U 30 1180 U 224
Firmness prevailed during the rest of
the day, with the close 4Slc net higher.
Hedging against pressure from the new
crop made oats relatively weak and price
changes were unimportant
Provisions remained quiet despite the
war talk, but the market showed some
firmness with corn and hogs.
EGGS-Steady; receipt. 10.317 cases: at
mark, cases inciuueu, iuaioc; ordinary
firsts. 174Q'18c; firsts, 18419c.
BUTTER Higher; creameries, a
POULTRY Alive, lower; springs, l&a
21o; fowls, 134o.
POTATOES Higher; receipts 12 cars;
Arkansas, Kanxes and Oklahoma, 55Q0c;
hrtmi,.vrntt,n. 90n6lil.Go nr imnW '
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No: f
red, S4rwc: no. 2 nara, B4j8&tc; No.
2 northern, 9JB944c. No. 2 spring, SiffJ
934c Corn No. 2 yellow, 74if744c, No'
'1 vellow. 73Wtc Oats. No. 3 white,
Mttfittc; standard. 374c, Rye: No. J,
KTSfffiic. Barley 496Sc Timothy: I4.00JJ1
5.50. Clover: JlVOO0t3 00. Pork. JJ3.70
Lard: 89.X Ribs: JlLCOUltOb.
SEW YORK (IKNRIlAli MARKKT
Qtiolndoni of the I)r on Vnrlonn
NEW YORK, July JR.-VLOUR-Strady;
spring patents. SI 40W 4.60; winter straights,
Mvtr4.; winter patents, 4.tN 5"! spring
clears, MPOJ4.16; extra No. 1 winter,
W.eOiW.S5, extra No. 2 winter, 8S.408 .55.
WHEAT- Now No. 2, 93c. and now No.
2 red, 9IV4C July shipment c I. f.. New
York; No. 1 northern Duluth. 81 (ti, and
No. 1 northern Manitoba, 8I.04 f. o. K,
afloat. Futures, July 9iVic; Septem
HOPS Oulet;Ptnle. common to choice.
1913 crop. 30O0Sc; 1913 crop. 134Tt5c; Taclflc
coaM. 1913 CI op. lfltflSC; 1912 crop, 1347 15o.
CORN Spat, firm; No. 2 yellow, 79c,
c I. f. to arrive
OATS Spot, ensy; standard white, 41H
-TT'c; No. 3. 4lfill4c; fancy clipped
HAY Firm: shipping. 80c: No. 1, $1.15;
No. 3, SI.ffiQl.10; No. 3, SOcfiWC.
PROVISIONS Pork, unsettled; mess,
J24 OOW24.50; fall. J24.O04I35.O0; short clear.
J20 50fl23.W. Beef, quiet; mess, H7.CO
rl7.W: family. is.l5?f 19.00. Lard, tin-
' settled; mlfidiewt, ii'.wifin.oo; rerined.
I easy; continent. 11055; South American,
li.vo; compound, irnreiy eioany; js.37Vi
BUTTER Steady; receipts, 7,400 tubs:
creamery, extras. 274(TIISV4o; firsts, 2UMJ1
27c; seconds, 22?f:4c; process, extras, 22ViO
CHEESE Easy; state, rrholo milk,
colored, specials 14$ri5c; white, HXUIl&o;
white or colored, average, fancy llii
14S40 ; skims. 4fllHc.
EGGS Steady, fresh fathered, extras,
21tT2c; extra firsts, t2W3tZSia firsts, 2h
52c; nearby hennery, white, 24ff29c;
gathered, whites. 224T27c; browns 24CJ2SC,
POULTRY Live, easy; western chick
ens, brollors, 22fl23c; fowls, 164fl7c; tur
keys, 15c; dressed, quiet: western chick
ens, troien, 14Jf0c; fowls, lSJjWio; tur
OMAHA (JI3M:HI, MARKKT.
BUTTER No. 1, 1-lb. cartoons, 27o: No.
1, 00-Ib. tubs, 27c.
CHEESE Imported Swiss, 2Sc; Amer
ican Swiss, 24c; block Swiss, 22c; twins,
17c; daisies, 174c; triplets, 174c; Young
Americas. 19c; bluo label brick, 174c; Mm
burger, 2-lb., 18c; 1-lb., 20a; New York
FISH White, 16c; trout, 15c; large crop
pies, 12c; Spanish mackerel, 16c; shad roe,
per pair, Wo; Balmon, 16c; halibut llo;
buffalo, BVic; channel cattish, loo; pike,
13c; pickerel, 9c.
POULTRY-Drollers. 20o; hens. Uc;
cocks, 84c; ducks, 8c; geese, 8c; turkeys.
15c; pigeons, per dozen, 90c; ducks, full
feathered. Set geese, full feathered, Sc;
squabs. No. 1. 81.50; No. 2, 60a.
BEEF CUTS-Ribs, No. 1, 19Hc; No. 2,
179ici No. 8. 15o. Loins, No. 1, 214o; No.
2, 184o; No. 8, I6U0. Chucks, No. 1, 124a;
No. 2, 12c; No. 3, 10io. Rounds, No. 1,
Kttc; No. 2, 15o; No. 3, 134c. Plates,
No. 1, 8tfe; No. 2, 80: No. 3, 7c.
Tho following fruit and vegetable prices
are quoted by the GUInsky Fruit com
pany: FRUITS Oranges: Extra fancy Glen
dora Valencia, 96s, lls, 126s, 150s, 176s,
200s and 250s, 13.75 nor box; Red Ball
Valenclas, all sixes, tlfa per box. Lem4
011a: Extra fancy Golden Bowl, 300a, SfiOu.
17.00 per box; fancy Silver Cord, 300, 360s,
KM per box. Grapefruit: Extra fancy.
54s, f 4.50 per box; extra f"CJ'. 46a, 14.00
per box: extra fancy, 36s, t3.60 per box;
Indian River, 04s and Ms, $5.00 per box.
Apples: Wnlsaps, 82.50 per box; Duchess,
14.00(34.50 per barrel,
CALIFORNIA FRUITS Peaches : Ex
tra fancy Placer Co. Elbertas or Craw
fords, 85c per box; 50 box lots, 824a per
bgx; 100 box lots or more, 80a per box.
Pears; California Mountain Bartlett, full
box, $2,25 per pox; ,10' box lots, $2.20 per
box; 25 box lota or more, $2.1f pr box.
Plums, Diamond, $1.50 per crate. Grant,
$1.60 per crate; Wlcksos, 51 5j per crate;
5-crate lots, 10a less; 10-crate lots, !5o
less. Apricots: Wenachee, Washington,
for shipment next Thursday, pur crate,
$1.50; 6-crate lots, $1.45; 10-crate lots, $1.50.
CANTALOUPES Arizona, standards
$3.00 per crate; Jumbos, $2.50 per crate;
PonysL $2.60 per crate.
VEGETABLES Cabbage, 24o per lb.;
California onions, 4o per b.: peppers, 6O0
per basket; fancy tomatoes, 50a per crate;
cucumbers, hothouse, 2 doz. basket. 75 per
basket; new beets, carrots, turnips, 25c per
aoz.; celery, juicn., xa ier nor,; coiery,
Denver, 'largo Jumbo, $1.00 per doc; head
lettuce, 50c41.60 per doz.; loaf lettuce
40c per doz.; onions, home-grown, 15a per
doz.; radishes, 60o per doz.; garlic, Italian,
20c per lb.; horseradishes, $1,50 per case;
shelled popcorn, 4c per lb.: asparagus,
home-grown, market price about 80a per
doz.1, potatoes, new, Jl.OOla.10 por
CAULIFLOWER - Home-gorwn. $1.00
BANANAS $1.7530.60 per bunch.
NUTS Salted peanuts, $1.60 per case;
No. 1 California walnuts, 184o per lb.;
pecans, 124o per lb.; filberts, 15a per lb.;
almonds, 0o per lb.; popcorn, 4a per lb,
MISCELLANEOUS Sugar walnut
dates, $1.25 per box; limes, $1,75 per
basket; crackerjack, $3.60 por case;
checkers, $3.50 per case; crackorjack, per
half caso, $1.75; checkers, per half case,
Corn and Wheat Kenton 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.. 76th
meridian time, Saturday, July 25, 1914:
Hlgh. Low. tall. Sky.
Ashland. Neb... 16 72 .00 Clear
Auburn. Neb... 90 CD .00 Pt. cloudy
Hrken Bow, Nb 91 68 .00 Clear
Columbus, Neb. 91 68 .00 Clear
Culbertson. Nb. 89 60 .00 Clear
Falrbury, Neb.. 97 68 . 37 Clear
Fairmont Neb. 91 69 .00 Clear
Or. Island. Nb.. 95 67 .00 Clear
Hartlngt'n, Nb. 97 66 .00 Clear
Hastings, Neb.. 93 67 .00 Pt. cloudy
Holdrego, Neb. 94 66 .00 Clear
Lincoln, Neb... 92 70 .00 Clear
No. Platte. Nb 92 60 .04 Clear
Oakdale. Neb.. 93 CC .04 Clear
Omaha, Neb.... 90 73 . 00 Clear
Tekainah, Neb. 93 'J .w t;iear
Valentine, Nb. 94 60 .02 Clear
Alta, la- 87 68 ,00 Clear
Carroll, Ia.,... 80 67 .00 Clear
Clarlnda. la.... 04 69 .00 Clear
Sibley, la 92 66v .00 Clear
Sioux City, la.. 60 72 .00 Clear
Minimum temperature for twelv-hour
period enaing at a a. m.
Not of -Temp. Rain-
High. Low. fall.
92 68 . 30
98 70 .00
93 72 .30
90 68 .40
98 72 .00
90 68 .30
84 CO .20
04 08 .40
92 CO .40
Columbus, 0 18
Louisville, Ky... 23
lndla'polls, Ind 13
Chicago, 111 24
St. Louis, Mo.... is
Des Moines, la.. 24
Kan. City. Mo.. S3
Omaha, Neb 17
Warm weather continues In tho corn
and wheat region. Good rains wero quite
general In the Chicago nnd Columbus
districts, and lighter and scattered show
ers occurred In other districts, A fall of
1.30 Inches occurred at Dixon. 111.
l. a. wiaiaii,
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
Minneapolis Oratn MarUot.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 25. WHEAT
July, 0o; spot. KHcj No. 1 hard, 98o; No.
1 northern, 93397c; No. 2 northern, 91
FLOUR Fancy patents. $4 60: first
clears, $3.65.; second clears, $2.70; ship
ments. 67.200 barrels.
COJIN No. 3 yellow. C9470c.
OAT8-N0. 3 white, 8445T35C.
Kansas Cltr Grain and Pruvlslons,
K-ANSAS CITY. July 25. WHEAT Vn.
2 hard, 78082c; No. 2 red. 7&Hf'794c;
July, 774o; September, 764fl76T4c; Decem
nortN No. 2 mixed. 72c: No. 2 white.
780794c; September, 68CMTo; Decem
OAT-No. 2 white, 384c; No. 2 mixed,
BUTTER Creamery, 23c; firsts, 21c;
seconds, 18c; packing stock, 17c.
KnnR Firsts. 19c: seconds. 14c.
POULTRY Hens, 13o; broilers, We.
Llrrrpool Gralm Market,
LIVERPOOL, July 25.-WHEAT-No. 1
Manitoba. 7s 6d; No. 2. 7s 44d; October,
7s id; December, 7s 34d.
CORN American, September, 6a 74d.
Dry Gontls Market.
NEW YORK, July 25 Cotton goods,
quiet. Burlaps active with linens steady.
YarnB. dull Men wear is not being
bought as well as usual at this time o.'
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Rest Kinds of Cattle Steady, Others
Lower for Week.
HOGS TWENTY OFF FOR WEEK
Lambs Thirty LnTrer for the Week
nnd Uwri Fifteen to a Quarter
Loitpx Yearling Fnlly
Fifty Cents Lower.
SOUTH OMAHAJuly , 1914.
t-ntt'io. Hogs. Sheep
.. 4.503 ,264 18.M1
.. 3,2 9,l 11 K
.. 1,865 7,303 11.805
.. 1.83J .(W 9.430
.. 301 7,617 10.302
100 8.500 77
Official -Tuesday ....
Official Friday ......
Estimate Saturday ..
Six days this week .11.84 8.64 M.4S4
Same day Inst week.. 7.313 4S.433 42.521
Siime days 2 wks, ago. 6,565 35,845
Samo days 3 wks. ago.ll,4S4 45,030 36,221
Same days 4 wk. cn ll isg 55.669 2.690
Same days Inst year .,10,035 49,733 8S.471
ino rouowing table, snpws the ewip
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for tho year to
ante as compared with last year:
isii iin inc. lec
Cattle 431.476 457,355
Hogs 1,619.458 1.665.878 1S6.416
Sheep 1.231.653 1.046.460 185.193
The following tabU shows the range of
tirlOK fur hncra at tti ftAllth Omntlt HVtl
stock market for the last few days with
Dale. I 1914. 1913.I1912.11 1910.19O9.1908
6 321 8 891 7 71
R 78 7 69
8 56'. 7 56(
8 431 7 691
8 S8I 7 67
the Union Block yards In South Omaha
for twenty-four hours ending ai i.
u w wi tTS r a ns.
C , M. & St. P
Missouri Pacific ...
C. &. N. W., east....
C. A N. W., west....
C. St. P.. M. A O..
C, B. & Q... east....
C, B. & Q... west ..
C, R. 1. & P.. east..
Chicago Gt. West..
Caltio. hobs, n nei.
Morris & Co
Swift & Co ...
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour & Co
Schwartz & Co
J. W Murphy
Swift. Fort Worth.
CATTLE Receipts ot cattle Were so
light this morning as to ne oi no v-un-sequence
whatever. For the week the
receipt havo been quite libera 1, amount
ing to 11,345 head, which Is the largest
since three weeks ago. and larger than a
year ago by about 1,800 head,
ri. mm it nhnlPA rnrnfed beeves nnd
the best grassers remained about steady
all Uie week, but the medium kinds had a
lower tendency notn cornious aim
r .lnir VMiLa lower for the week.
vfv fur pnrnN-ii cows and heifers are
arriving on tho market, but what few
there aro have been steady all the week,
(in tha nther hnnd the fair to medium
kinds of .cowb and heifers are 25040c
lower than the. high time lasi ween.
The best heavy western feeders have
toon strong every day and aro possibly
a little higher, with other kinds generally
steady. . ,
Quotations on cattlo: Good to cholco
beef steers, $9.2Sfp9.75; fair to good beot
steers, $8.7601). 5; common to fair beef
steers, J7.7BfJi8.7C ; choice to fanoy cornfed
heifers, JK.O0ftO.00; good to choice holfers,
$7.0007.16; good to cholco cows, $6.60C7.IO;
. . . .1 -n .1 .. K fJftH TJl. irmmrn In
fair cr&des. t3.754l6.60: Rood to choice
stockors and feeders, $7.76l.85; fair to
good Blockers and feeders, n.oofjf.w;
common to fair Blockers and feeders, $9.25
7.00; stock cows and heifers, $5,0OtP7.0O;
Mock calves, $7.0008.00; veal calves, S7.5O0
10.60; bulls, stags, etc., $5.2507,65.
HOGS There was a liberal Saturday
run In sight this morning, about 133 cars,
or 8,600 head being received. The total for
the weok Is 48.640 head, about 100 larger
than a week ago, but over 1,000 smaller
man for mo same week last year, -lin
celpts for the year to date show a de
crease of a little over 136.40) head as
compared with the corresponding period
of last year.
Considering the fact that recelnts wero
so large, and nfter yesterday's mean
closo trade opened out In very fair shape
today, and when all buyers started bid
ding prices that wero just about steady
with yesterday's average It did tint tnV
salesmen long to decide to cash their
holdings at steudy to in some oases
siigntiy stronger figures. Owing to the
bullishness of some sellers the movement
was a little dull In sihUb, but as a general
iiung traao was rainy lively, and prac
tically everything was sold in good sea
son. Bulk of the Bales was made at $3,600
8.55, with a sprinkling as high as $8.60.
those figures being about the eame as on
Friday. Tops reached $8.70, a nickel be
low yesterday's .qxtremo high prlco. The
market has been' in moro or less satis-
mctory snape an week, from ,the sellers'
standpoint, the general trend of values
being downward, and today's prices are
Just about 20o lower than at the close
of last weok. Tons are nnlv n Hlm
but this is due to tho fact that shipping
luigs remalnod firm during the enrly part
of tho week when killers were dropplnir
every duy. This has meant a widening
of the rango from a 20c spread on last
uaiuiuuy iu ft uuiurenco or 40a between
.id uiui uuuuni prices on lrrldav.
No. At. Bh. Ir.
14 171 ... I 40
SI Ill 80 I 44
M IIS ... I ii
61 K0 200 I 45
U 271 40 I 10
M ttl M I 50
14 171 120 I U
55 ...it 40 ttvi
M4 1M I llX
Ml ... 8,2
7J in 8 52S
5J 170 40 Ui
- U9 8 65
" MT ... its
H 4 1M Its
" 0 ICS
;j io ik
tl 3in rc
M Ill 10 I 60
71 140.110 ISO
71 IM100 I CO
es 2i 40 a so
73 KS 120 I CO
7 140 SO 8 SO
U S5T 200 S SO
SI I4 19) I M
. -M4 ieo i ss
. m to i ss
.221 SO I M
..261 ... 8 S3
..170 110 ICS
..Ml SO I SS
41 IS2 ... I CO
S7 100 110 I IA
to MS 110 I SO
70 141 120 SO
61 IIS 110 I SO
S7 in ieo i so
! Ill ... I CO
7 X7 ISO I SO
ei 2ii ... i so
si 101 so I co
1 U7 dO I to
U I4 40 I SO
M M 140 I SO
M 177 ... 8 CO
CO 2CI ... I SO
II 141 ... I CO
l I7 ... ISO
l 141 120 I SO
17 ISS 120 I SO
II 160 40 I IO
40 I SS
.. I SS
40 I SS
.. I in
mi 200 i es
III 40 8 CS
US ... lu
Ml 110 8 SS
. ..2C9 lift x.tt
?! i ... inS
u in ... s7r
72 142 80 I EtU
2SI 120 3 SO
" 104 ieo i u
260 80 I SO tl.
71 231 10 I CIH 61.
-.211 SO 8 60
21 . . 8 SO
74 '.ttl 40 I liv 41.
. ,uo w a uu
ZI'J ... 8 M
24 . . 8 SO
241 SO 8 60
2 120 8 eo
364 ... 8 CO
2X II IU
Ml 200 I ctvt tl
. . . .A9S SU ,iL W. . . .
....104 ... I stij 64....
... 137 120 12 U CO....
....Ill 10 I II U M til
40 8 M
... I M
40 8 U
40 8 K
80 8 SS
... 8 tS
....111 40 IUU ti 240
....IM 120 I KU
..8M 40 ItlU
I 62 U
....211 80 l TA
... 211 ISO IUU
....170 ... g SIVi
....221 SO 8 To
....211 .,. I TO
208 40 8 7S
214 ... I 73
111 10 I 71
tl ISO ... 1114 71..
11 213 ... I 124 43 .
S4 M3 80 1 624
M Ml IS24
..M4 ... I7S
SHEEP There were no sheep worth
mentioning reported In the yards this
morning, but for the week the receipts
have been the largest since March, a
total ot 50,431 head being reported in, as
6.. 8 71 7 23 6 321
.. 8 28H 7.25 6 26
7. 8 2'i 8 81 31
8.. 8 31H 8 82 7 23 6 35
9.. 8 SWI 8 751 7 191
10. 8 47S 8 70 7 211 B 33
11. 8 51 8 71 7 20 6 27
18. 8 74 7 20 6 82
IS. 8 62i 7 16 6 30
14 . 8.66 8 65 6 64
15. 8 J44 8 9 7 15 6 26
16. 8 05 8 76 7 16
17. 8 764 8 82 7 16 t 30
18. 8 73 8 91 7 17 8 34
19. 8 88 7 201 6 35
20. 8 6D 7 23 S3
21. 8 1W 8 S7 6 27
22.1 8 67 8 m 7 25 6 35
23. 8 62H 8 S3 7 21 j
24. 8 64U 8 77 7 SS 8 33
25. 8 77 7 47 6 36
282 40 I S2V4
271 ... Itlvi
t ... iiia
against 88,471 for the corresponding week
of last year.
At the same time that receipts have
been very large tho demand on tho part
of packers also has been very good, so
that the market has remained In a
healthy condition throughout. It was Im
possible, however, to maintain steady
prices regardless of how good a demand
there .might be. as other mnrltrt tinlnt
noro breaking badly and they carried the
iunrKot at tins point uown witn them.
Thus lambs during tho first half of th
week sold off about 30 cents as compared
with the close of the nrevlous week nr.
lng tho latter part of tho Weok prices
iciiuiiiuMi siaunnnry, aim tne marKct be
came quite active under free buying on
the part of tho Packers. Ewes n1n ult.
et.ed, becoming l.VfJ26c lower, bo that It
took pretty good westerns to bring $1,76
4 55. No aged wethers. of, consequence
wero received, but yearllnks sold fully
4-u iwni'r un i-tiiiinrc(i wiui uiwt weeK.
Feeders were In irood demand Ihrntiirh.
out tho week, hut fnckers bought tin the
arrivals so cloiely Hint It did not leAve
very much fot the feeder buyers. Tho
eeiing on mat class of sturrwas steady
thioughout the week, and everything In
the way of deslrablo feeders met with
very rcany sale.
Quotations on. range sheep and lambs:
I.nmbt. anm In ehnlrn 177M?in' lnmho.
J a I r to good. $7.25JT7 75: Iambs, feeders.
tC 50H8 50; yearlings, good to choice. $5.65
yrArUtiKfl. frndprn. tS.OOrfrfi.lOi Wfthem.
"ivivi, w. ir y UiUUi 1 V 1 1 1 V I O 4111
to foqd, $5.0006.40: wethers, feeders. $4.00
iii.jv, tnci, goou to cnoice, i wrjw.ia;
All... . .a I A. .W. . ... , .1
I iw tjuuii. fi.MKiit.tiu; oncai ucu-
CHICAOO LIVE STOCIC MARKET
Cattle Sternly IIokh Phoilei lllnlter
CHICAOO, July a.-CATTLK-Rccelpts.
200 head; market steady; beoves. tT.tXHr
10 00', stceM. $.40(tf8.35; stockers and feed
ers, $3.0OJ18.0O; cows nnd heifers. $3.5ti
P.25 calves, J7.76Cri0.25.
HOOS Recelptu. 8,000 head; market
shado higher; , bulk of sales, $S.66tf9.00;
light $.Wfr'.l.05! mixed, $8.65fl0 00; heavy,
$8.35th.00 rough, $S.3MfJ8.65. pigs. $7 7608.90.
8HEF.P AND LAMUSL Rocelpts, 200;
mnrket steady, shoep. f6.15Q6.80; yearlings,
$5.50n.ri0; lambs, I6.0ftjf8.0u.
Kansas City Lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Julv 26. CATTLE Re-
calpts. 400 head; prime fed steers, $9.36fit
.w; arcsseu oeoi steers, K.wjv.io: west
ern steers, $7,60310.60; stockers and feed
ers. $8.(0.W: calves, $6.0i)n0.2S.
HOOS Receipts, 400 head; market,
lower; btilk of sales, tS.flOKO.iO, heavy,
IS TOffiS.SO; packers and butchers. $S.05If
8.80; llghl,-.$s.60.if.l.C0; pigs, $8.60418.60.
hoad; lambs. $7,4Mi7.90, yearlings. Ifl.OOa
o.iu; wetners, $i.ituti.tiu; ewes, i.wdp.u.
t. I.nttls Live Block Market.
ST. LOUIS. Julv 25. CATTLE Re
celpts, 350 head; native beet steers, $7.60)71
iu.iiu; cows nnd neirers, .vuuiitv.du; siock
ers nnfl fenders. 15.CKVn7.riO: southern
steers, $.7lHtS.SS; cows and heifers, $4,500
o.ou; nnuvo unives, ss.umn'iu.w.
HOOS lloreltits. 1.600 head: iiIrs and
tights, $$.0099.10; mixed and butchers, $8.76
ftV.1l: good heavy, $3.0011 0J0.
8H15EP AND LAMBS" Receipts, 400
hond; market MeadV-j native muttons, $1,00
IPi.w; litmus, ji.wrgi.w.
HI. Joseph Live Slock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. July 25. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 100 head. Market steady; steers,
$7.60iiO.M; cows and heifers, $4.00tfiO.25;
HOOS 'Receipts, 1,600 head. Market
steady; hulk of sales, $8. 56418. SO.
SHEEP AND LAMBS None on sale.
MarKct steady; lambs, $7.264,0.00.
Sioux City Live Stock, Market.
BIOUX CITY, la., July 23,-OATTLE
RecelptB, 300 head; no market.
HOOS Receipts. 3.000 head: markot
steady; heavy, $8.42HttSSS; mixed, JS.IO
8.42H: ugnt, i8.4o; nuiK ot saies, ss.nfs..
SHEEP AND LAMBS Nono.
Lire Stock in Slttlit.
Receipts ot live stock at the flvo prin
cipal western matkots:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
St. Louts 350 1,600 400
Kansas City 400 400 200
flouth Omaha 100 8.600 77
Sioux City 300 3,ono
Chicago 200 8,000 2,000
.. 1,850 21,600 2,677
Clearing House Rank Statement,
NEW YORK. July 5.-The statoment
of the actual condition of clearing house
banks and trust companies for the weok
shows that they hold $20,173,750 reserve in
excess of legal requirements. This Is an
Increase of $4,052,000 from last week.
Tho statement follows:
Loans $2,574,753,000 $3,260,000
Hpecle 385,954,000 5,879,000
I.0Kal tender 81.925.000 2.1(1.000
Net deposits 1,958,316,000 14.084.000
Circulation 41.734.000 153.000
Excess lawrul reserve 20,173,750 4,002,000
Banks' cash reserve in vaults... .393,610,000
Trust companies' cash reserve In
Aggregate cash reserve $447,879,000
Trust companies' reserve with clearing
house members carrying 25 per cent cash
summary ot state uanks and trust com
panies In Greater New York, not Included
In clearing hcuse statement:
Loans and Investments. I573.0G1. KX $5.fi4.000
Gold 42.737,100 524,000
Currency and bank notes 9,808,700 109,500
Total deposits. ... $52,335,900 4,993,600
(T Local Sreorltles.
Quotations furnished by Burns, Brlnker
Kl Co., 449 Omaha National Bank building,-
BTOCKfl m. Arts.
Crlhlon Ileal Kitlta Oo 10
DMru & Co. ptd 4K
rdrmont Crttmerr vji. 7 Hit
Flrmonl Crtiraitr outr. II
IlllnoU Tnotlon Pf0 14
Omiha a C. II. Bt. nr. p!0 714
Oniilit u if. nr. unac u
Otnih EUe. Lt. IV Paw,. pl., 71
B-rlft A Co 1, 10SW.
Union mock rat., Oman
Bancroft, Nb., Sa, 1131 ,1,,
Cltr Kal'i Dank Illdl. la.
Ctilcaio. MM. ts St. P. 4Vii, 2011..
bavtM Dlulfa Oal" ICIec, Sj, 1IU.
Dir.de Par, Warranti 7a
niifiOan Rultr Co. CS 1121,
Outer. Nib., Wstar (a. ...... ...101
Kan. Cltr, MO., Tax Ullla II
northern rulllo 44i. 207 ItVi
Omaha Eleo. U. A l'ow, Si, ill!.... t
Omaha On Ca, 1111 ,' is
Cltr ot Omaha 4H. 1V4I.,., 1014
City of Omaha 4a, 1911 11
Oiuha a C. 11. BU nr. ti. 1121.... ISU
l'uftt Bounil Tr. Lt. A l'ow. Ca. 1111.100
flcrltincr. Nab.. Si. 1139...
Salt Laka City Rch. 4s, 1930...
IfKltt it Co. Sa. 1144
U. a. HmcUlng a nef, Sa, 1111.
warns, hod., sen. dii, 61...
OMAHA. July 25. Bank rlearlnp.
Omaha today wero $2,090,083.94 and for
tho corresponding day last year $2,486
816.10. The summary of the clearings for
me wm unu 1110 corresponding week
last year Is as follows:
Last Year. This Year.
.$ 3,095,677.97 $ 2.942,037.84
. 2,929,298.00 2.444,M9.O0
. 2.664.689.40 2.S8.620.12
. 2.721,715.18 2.608,743.37
. 2,721,677.93 2,397,775.40
NEW YORK. July 2S.COFFrcraAn
easier tone appeared In the coffee mar-
xet tooay bb a result or tne unsettled po
litical conditions abroad, easier cost and
freight offers and moderate selling by
trade Interests, The onenlnir was rivn m
six points lower, and final prices showed
seven to eight points net decline. Sales,
22,750 bags, about halt switches. July.
8.19c: August, 8.19c; September, 8.29c; Oc
tober, 8.39c,;, November, S.49cj December,
8.69c; January. 8.64c: March. 8.73c: Mnv
8.81c. Spot coffee dull, Rio No. 7, 8c
Santos No. 4, 11-40.
Oils and Ilosln.
NRW YORK. July 25. TURPBNTINK
SAVANNAH. Ga.. July 25. TtlRPRV.
TINI5 Firm. I5;c; sales, 677 barrels; re
ceipts, 1,224 barrels, shipments, 31 barrels;
stocks. 29,493 barrels.
ROSIN-Flrin; sales. 2.243 barrels.; re
ceipts, 2,719 barrels; shipments, 692 bar
rels; stocks, 10,444 barrels. Quotations:
A, B, C. D. B, $3.70; F. $3.87Ha.70j O.
t tt II an A T tl 7Vff 7(E . T ti IV 4T
fn.iV) a cim TOilvtfUiiu. IVi fl.iW, kj .
$4,75; N, $5.50; WO, $5.90; WW, $6.10.
ETapomtfd Apples and Dried Frwlts
NBV YORK. July 25. KVAPO RATED
DRIED FIU'ITS Prunes, steady. Anrt-
cots und peaches, quiet. Raisins, dull.
JIMS LET MM ATTEND
Douglas Delegation to Columbus
Contain Men of Both Factions,
INSTRUCT FOR W H. THOMPSON
Lack of "polls of Office Are Deft-Inning;
to Create Great Yearnings
anil Tanner Voices (hat ilun
Kry Frellnir In Talk.
The belligerent war talk promulgated
by the fawning Jacksonlant had Its ef
fect when tho democratic county conven
tion was held Saturday at .the pahlman
Democracy club headquarters 1 at Fif
teenth and Farnam streets. The Jacks
demanded recognition at the state con
vention In Columbus, but the Jims were
reluctant to strain the quality )f mercy
to (hat degree. Learning this the Jacks
delivered an ultimatum to the effect that
they would round up a few delegates of
their own. Tho result was that the Jims
bark-watered a bit and selected; twenty
two Jackaonlans as delegates frojm Doug
las county. I
But It was not without trepidation that
tho Jacksonlans sat In on the convention
last night. Tom O'Connor road tho
names of tho selected delegates and when
doing so dropped one ot the sheets on
which tho nnmea wero Vrltteh. Whether
Tom dropped the sheet Inadvertently or
not Is not known, but anyhow that sheet
contained the names ot the twenty-two
Jacks, Tho score on more ot Jacks 1n
the room were nstourided when p'Connor
concluded his reading without the meat
tlon of a single Jack. No storm broke,
but d,lro muttering ot double-cross and'
revenge could be distinctly heard. At-'1
tentlon- was called to the other shee.i
and the Jacks were appeased whjj.
O'Connor resumed his reading.
Lohrolc on 1'rr Wool.
The convention was ealed to order by1'
Lee Bridges halt an hour behind schecU
ule. Despite the fact that he had pre
viously declared that no speechmaklnj;
would be tolerated several speeches wefn,
delivered. Congressman Ixibeck gave tho
demos a little Inside talk oh the demo-'1
cratto administration. Mr. Lobeck In
formed the convention that tho admin
istration was a success. Mr. Lobeck told,
the convention that this country now en
Joyed free wool, He alto told the con
vention that this country was enjoylnc
bountiful crops drsplto the fact that Jv
has been said bountiful crops are an Im-,
possibility' 'under a 'democratic adminis
tration. 'Mr. Lobeck also said Wilson watf
the greatest president In 100 years, since
Abraham Lincoln, who waa president
fifty years ago.
Following Mr. Lobeck was Mr. Anthony
Monahan, opposing candidate to Lobeck
for congress. Mr. Monahan's speech was
fiery nnd full of nim and vigor. lie
spoke of Rome, Oreece and other ancient
countries with equal familiarity, whtla
the Jims and Jacks traversed from a
state b'f bewilderment to a state narrowly
npproacHlhg conia In tholr attempts tt
cipher why Mr, Monafun should spcalji
of ouch prehistoric things. . !"
Tanner IVnntl Spoils. '
Following Mr. Monahan was "Dqcff
Tanner, "boo" howled for co-operation
nnd harmony. Ho waa In favor of oust
lng a few republicans now holding frtj.
flees which tho "Doc" opined should ;b
hold by honest and conscientious demDaj.
"Wo should be drawing those big, fat,
Juicy salaries and not these republicans,'
enthused the South Omaha representative
"We want to quit making a fuss oyr
these honorary jobs and get nfter these
which mean something. To tha victor
belong tho spoils; me for the spoils,"
This logic met with the earnest and,
heartfelt approval of all demos out
While the committee on delegates was
making Its selections, Arthur Mullen
gave his party .members a little advice
The advice was something about laws
and the Judiciary body and the return oi.
the committee wAs greeted with che?rs,
John 1,1. Bennett was elected chairman"
of the county committee and B. J. Mc-
Ardle was elected secretary and John
11. Kinian was elected treasurer.
Tho delegates were Instructed to yotii
for W. II. Thompson of Grand Island for
chairman ot the state committee.
James C, Dahlman was elected chair
man of the Douglas county delegates, and
he was empowered to fill oil vacancies
A resolutions committee, consisting
U J. T-Iottl;, L. J. To Ppel. R. A. Snyder
Morris Yost and Ed BurBbh was elecfefl
and a resolution was drafted: The rcsoliir
lion was a furnished eulogy of President
Wilson, W. J. Bryan, Senator Hitchcock
and Congressman Lobeck. The demos Ac
cepted the resolution and were convlntyft
mat me aioresaia gentlemen were great
The committee elected to select the del
egates consisted of Lte Bridges, Tun
Flynn, George Rogers. B. J. McArdlo and
List of Deleaj-ates. r
Tho following delegates were selected:
James C.Dahlman John J. Shaw
P. J. Doran
U. C. Foley X
H. M. Barlow C
Thomas Flynn ,
L. J. Plattl
JOhn E. Regan
L. J. TePoel
C E. Fanning
Hinry Pollack 1
Dennis Lynch - ,
N(ck Dargacowskt ,
C. c. Hall
J. R. Austin
Henry C. Richmond
P. O. H. Boland
C. W. McCuna
J. F. Morlarty
C. E. Corey . (
Ed J. Water.
C. B. Liver -Michael
R. W. Whlted '
W. T. Canada
Frank L. Weaver
W. C. Bullard
II. S. Daniels
J. W. Woodrough
Arthur C. Wakeley
J. A. C. Kennedy
E. E. Howell
AV, C. Lambert
Frank Hlbbard 7
John A. Rlne .,
R. II. Holmes
It. H, Schneider
Robert wo fo
J. S. Belford
James P. Brtnnan
T. J. O'Connor
John II. Bennett
F. A. Sedlacek
John II. Kllllan
Joseph L, Padrnos
13, L. nuntley
B. J. McArdle
James F. Connelly
it. J. Madder
Artur F. Mullen
Val J. Peters
H. E. Newbrancn
T J. Nolan
John C. Drexol
Dr. Lee Van Camp
L. I. Abbott
Jeff W. Bedford
John J. Mahoney
J. W Metcalfe
I. J, Dunn
Otto J. Hflitmnn
J. M. Tanner
J. C. Walker
E. D. O'Sulllvan
John M. Devlne
E. D. Shannahan
John S. Walters
John J. Jackman
E. J. McArdle
Dr. James Agee
Dr. W. H. Reed
J. M. Gilchrist
a. it. v-ampoeil
W a Wright
A. E. Agee
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