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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2.9, 1914.
city rnoi'KivrY for, sai.i:.
Must Sell This
Home on Pret
Right South of
1 have a beautiful six room houso
that can be bought on Easy Payments
and it taken right away will accept a
city lot In a good location aa part
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 2926,.
ANY WEEK DAY AND DOUGLAS
7048 EVENINGS BETWEEN C:30 P.
M. AND 7:30 P. M., AND ARRANGE
TO GO WITH ME TO SEE THE
Cheap Home in
4015 Hamilton St. 6 rooms and batli,
cement basement, gas, water, sewer, ee
niont walks and paving all In and paid
for. Great big lot. 60x174; fine lawn,
beautiful shade tre.es, lots of fruit ond
barn. A real sacrifice at 12,250 Reason
able payment down." Ground alone will
lie worth this price In a few years for
business purpose Don't fall lo see us
Payne & Slater Co.
4516 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bide Douglas 1016.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Foreigners Sell Their' Wheat Fu
tures to Surprise of Many.
YELLOW CEREAL UP AND DOWN
Corn Continues In nn Vnettleil Con.
Ittlon n ContlliMlcr Weather
Report from Vnrlnn
Pnrts Come In.
September, Tv,870V, Decern-
2 white. JTMiasSc, No. I
seconds. ISc: rwcklnrr. 134e.
HOGS Flrcts. 18c; seconds, 14c.
POl'liTHY Hens. 13Hc. broilers
Chicago tin ami provision.
Why Pay Rent?
Write, call, phono or send for our list of
easy payment houses. Priced from to
$1,200. Payments $100 cash and $10 per
month. Now Is the time to Ret away
from the rent habit. He sure to set a list.
Creigh, Sons & Co
Phone Douglas 200.
BOS Beo Bid.
Five rooms, strictly modern, oak finish
and oak floors throughout, built-in book
cases and buffet, large attio: all rooms
nicely decorated: screens, window shades,
located at 3177 Larimora Ave. Easy
Norris & Norris
400 Beo Bldg. Phone Douglas 4270.
OOOD SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE
Large grounds, covered with fruit and
vhade; houso Is fully modern, in nlco
order, nlco location, convenient to car,
will b sold at a bargain or would ex
change for' larger house In northern part
of Omaha; cash prlco Is $4,000.
W. H. GATES
Room 647 Omaha National Bank Bldg
, Phono Douglas 1201. '
TOR SALE by the owner, 6-room cottage.
140 No. 39th St., South Omaha.
7-ROOM houso, renu for $18.60, must be
sold at once: $300 will handle It. 11. 471k
OMAHA. .Inly IK. 1914.
With a war cloud hovering over
the old wurld and centering on the lino
between Servla and Austria. It was be
lieved before the opening here that til!"
buying of wheat by the Importing coun
tries would be on a large scale. The un
expected, however, generally happens In
speculation, and this was tho case yester
Cay, when foreigners not only sold the
wheat futures they owned at Chicago,
but they put out short lines In addition
This revcrsnl of conditions surprised the
bulls and bears alike, and It canned nn
advancing and actlvo market to be
changed to a weak and dull one It was
tlought before tho opening of the board
that there would be a runaway affair In
the wheat pit.
As an offset to the decline of 9 points In
British consols In two days was the In
crease In the visible supply of 6.47.O00
bushels and the heavier receipts at both
primary and northwestern markets The
cash takings here by exporters on the
declines were smaller at MO, 000 bushels.
Corn was unsettled because of the
changing conditions In many sections.
Tho weather In the southwest was hot
and dry. with a little scattored rain In
the Ohio valley In the last forty-eight
hours, as well as over most of tho south
ern half of the corn belt east of Kansas
on Sunday and Sunday night. There were
211 cars inspected at Chicago, compared
with seventy-three a year hco. The
visible supply decreased 873.000 bushrlti
and there was a further decrease in Chi
Oats were lower for .luly and Septem
ber, but unchanged for December. World's
shipments were small at 1,510.000 bushels.
Ch tales wero 340.000 bushels.
Provisions scored a sharp upturn early
on the possibilities of foreign countries
coming In for large lots of meats and
lard. Most of the advance early yesterday
was well held on the buvlng of several
thousand tierces of lard by loading
trnders, which absorbed tho floating sup
ply. The cash trade In meats was still
Wheat was Hfff'ie higher.
Corn was unchanged to 1c higher
uata wero unchanged to mc lower,
clearances were not reported.
Liverpool close: Wheat, St'cd higher;
Corn, Vsd lower.
Primary wheat receipts were 2.425.000 bu.
and shipments 2,650,000 hu., against re
celpts of 1.561,000 bu. and shipments of
I.iw.owj tiu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were 568.000 bu
and shipments 2S4.0O0 bu., against receipts
of 421.000 bu. and shipments of 270.W0 bu.
Primary oats receipts were 1.093.000 bu.
and shipments 6X3,000 bu., against receipts
or ra7,ooo bu. and shipments or 70'.oih du.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Kent ores of (he Trailing nnd Clostnct
Prices nn Rnnrtl of Trade
CHICAGO, July 2S -War excitement to
day resulted In wheat transactions far up
In tho millions and in a swift rii-e of
prices. Tho market closed feverish at the
topmost point leached, S'ie to S5c aboe
last night. Other net gains for the day
were. Corn. 14412V. oats. l'.itflSc and
provisions nenrrallv Mi27Uc.
to get u ciear tuea or me tiuierencci
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Killing Cattle Slow and Lower, with
BEST HOGS FIVE CENTS HIGHER
Iilhernl Receipts of Mhrrp, lint n
Light Run of l.nnitiK I'rlre
Without Important Chnnirr
and Trntle In Clow.
1365 5 36
Ittt 7 70
.loir. 5 40
.DUO 8 40
ttW 5 80
SOUTH OMAHA. July IS. 1911.
t-mt.e. ltogs. Sheep i
4 t 4.375 1J.MS
which the war news made In regard toi Two dav thi wew 7 mo
wheat, the fact need only be recalled I that ! ff.'f week ' 7i744
a change of more than Jo a bushel n Ham, j,.., 2 w.,(ti s lr;
iwemy-iour nours is ampie, aw a ruie. iu m.,,. ,iov s '! ami 1 l
cause a widespread flurry Today's sSn e d -J 4 w'kS' SSo 7 2SS
fluctuations of 2c In a couple of minutes HBmo days last veiJr. 6.M
A SNAP Must t sold at once. . Saven
room house, electrlo light, gas, city
water, toilet, 50-foot front, good harn.
.-J23 Burdctte. $1,000. Small payment down
and the rest like rant. Call Web. 1306.
BRAND now, all modern, oak finished
bungalow; flno location; easy terms, and
a bargain. Jeff W. Bedford & Son, Doug
FOR SALE White's cottage, furnished,
at Lake Manuwa; best location; con
structed so it is always cool. Inquln
evenings at cottage or of W. H. White.
Omaha Paint and Glass company.
A Chance to Build a
Several Nice Bargains.
GCT OUR PRICE LIST.
Fifty Lots i
with ewr. city water, sidewalk, streets
paved In front of part of tho lots, all
raid for. Price,
$450 to $1,400.
1 .. Reasonable Terms.
PHONE AT ONCE,
Salesman and automobile at your serv
ice If you can't go in the daytime we
will take you In the evening.
H. H. Harper,
lOlMt City National Bank Building.
MUST ba sold, 6-room, new, modern
residence In Morning Side addition,
cost $2,800 to build, must sell at a loss.
Phone D. 607.
ACREAGE POR SALE.
Five Acres 1 Block
from Car Line
This Is one of the bost propositions that
has been offered In Omaha for Borne time,
as it Is practically a country home with
all town advantages. Property is Im
proved with a 7-room, all modern homo,
large barn, poultry houses, etc. There Is
Hi acres In bcarlns grapes, lb acres In
pasture; balance in fruit and shrubbery
HoiU.ea ha5 'ty water, gas and electrlo
light, modern bathroom and furnaco
Only one block to car line, school house
and stores. High, sightly location and
would make a good proposition for sub
division. Ihls place has a great many
advantages that must be seen to be ap
preciated. Mako an appointment with our
salesmen to show you this property. No
George & Company
Tel D. 756. t02 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Acres Acres Acres
On the Bellevue and Fort Crook boule-
a4.anTiar 8 l0.ctet Country Club
Acres. This addition Is very choice, high
and sightly; scenery most charming; no
nicer suburban property than Country
'lub Acres. You can buy from ono acre
up and on easy terms.
O'Neil's R. E. & Ins. Agency,
1505 Farnam St. Tel. Tyler 102-4,
Kansas City 23-
St. Ixiuls 113
Thcso salcR were reported today:
Wheat: No. 2 hard winter, 1 car. 79&c:
2 cars. 79i.; 1 car, 784c; 7 cars, 78tyc; 2
cara, 7SUc: 6 cars, "So. No. 3 hard winter,
5 cars. 78Wc; 1 car, 7Sc; 1 car, 77V4o. No.
4 hard winter, 2 cars, 78c; 1 car. 77c; I
ear, 76c. Oats: No. 3 white, 4 cars, 34V4C.
No. 4 white, 1 car, 34Uc; 1 car, 34c; 1
car, 33?c; 3 cars, 33Vac, Corn: No. 1 whl'e.
3 cars. 75c: 1 car, 74V4c. No. 5 white, 1
car, IZMc. No. 1 yellow, 6 cars, 704o; No,
2 yellow, 2 care, 70Vic No. 3 yellow, 4
cars, 70c, No. 6 yellow, I car, 63V4e No
6 .yellow, 1 car, C9c. No. I mixed, 1 car
(near white), 72c; 1 car, 70c; 4 cars, 69H&
No. 2 mixed, 1 car (near white), 72a: X
car. 70Hc; ,3 cars, 65c. No. 3 mixed, 1 car
(near white), 72a: 1 car (near white), 71c.
No. 5 mixed, 2 cars, (Be. No. 6 mixed, 3
cars, 68c; I car, 67c. Sample mixed, 1
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard,
77HjiOUo: No. S hard, 77079He; No. 4
hard. 73H7So; No. 3 spring, 78073o; No,
3 spring, ii78o; No. 4 spring. 74076a; No.
2 durum, 76VMl77lsc; No, 3 durum, 15Si
76Hc. Corn: No. t white: 74',i74ic; No,
3 white. 74(374tto; No. -i white, 73?73!l;c:
No. 2 yellow. 70fi'70Uc; No. 3 yellow. (Sfli
i'70o; No. 4 yellow. (XKSOHe: No. 2 mixed,
CW70'e; No. 3 mixed. 6Ssift70c, No. 4
mixed, 6SfiSMc. Oats: No. 2 white. 34SS
3"c: standard, 34H4f344c; No. 3 whlto,
34',4f34i4c; No. 4 white, 33W-S34c. Barley:
Malting. 4652c: No. 1 feed, 40tf45c Rye:
No. 2, 614t52CNo. 3. 6161Wc.
Knnn City Grnln nnil Crii vUIoiin.
KANSAS CITT, July 28,-AVHEAT-No.
2 hard, S8i,V83,TV4e; No. 2 red, HOGfCc; Sep
tember, 86ic; December, 83'c.
COBN-No. 2 mixed, TSQWfc; No. 2
Wmrrmnttaim Blvm SatMaetltm
Has Inltalers lot N9 Gotttpstllirs.
&. Bifo, Speedy and Positive Cure for
Curb, BfUnt Iwessy, Cippil Esck,
Stiili Ttnieu, Foumiir, WiaA
tvSt, asS aU Umaos tnm Cpurin.
Uagbta aaj ethtr kooy twain.
Chun all Ua dlseust cr TsriilUt.
Tkraih, Xlphtheris. IUbioth all
Bpndsf ."BorslirtTlta' ftIi?"(ulit1V.
XTtrr.botUe of OtuttI .Bibum soH la
Wamntal la fflre U(tctloa. Vrlee tl.tO
rr battl. Bald br draesttu. or itnt tit i.
f-rtt, chnr paid, wlla mil dlnoUoM tor
U ute. lWBm& tor detnlfUf clrcului,
ttitlnusUU, sto. Aiimt
ThsLswrincs-Wllllams Co.,Clevolind, 0.
Qmfed Cfeir Stores
It MMlbU far Vn
Kl otion t w tsIm U tlO.eO RMkM
tlt tar tarce an sum laTMton
U sad boli this stock. It l tb
vtatest UMUtrlsl ISTMratat of (ha ttm.
vt hart rrlntrd so eilucitlt rariiir t
JONES & BAKER
Bak floor, 8 S. Ia Bsllo 8t., X Brood St.
Dirtei frie( tc4r U itv Trk s4 Bmm
became almost lommonplace after the
news flashed that hostilities had been
formally declared. Previous to that time
the market had shown a decided tendency
to sag and had not begun to display ex
traordinary strength until after It was
known the Oermany had refused to Join
Orcat Britain In an eleventh-hour nt
tempt at peace.
Hugo sales to realize profits on wheal
swept quotations backward as much as 3c
at one stage, but the fall In values quickly
proved not to bo of a lasting sort. Rumors
of Russian military movements on the
tiarman frontier carried prices again sud
denly upward, and tho maauest wnin oi
the dnv ensued when lust at tho close
there was word over the wires that Brit
ish battlo squadrons had received a com
mand to mobilize.
Possible, stoppago of all wheat exports
from Russia, tho principal competing
country at the present, formed one of the
ehlrf demon! of fear that drove the
trade wild. It was predicted also that
with Immense armies actively In tho field
the demand on tho Vnlted States for
breadstuffs now soon would swell to Im
mense proportions, as elsewhere through
out the world, the sources of supply have
been depleted and the crop outlook not up
Corn advanred with wheat, although In
.i Rnmnwhnt hnltlne wav. until Just be
fore, tho close. Reports of domestic crop
conditions were bullish, but nothing but
war adv cea appeared to rut niucn. It any,
figure. The oat market took the same
bullish course as other grain, notwith
standing that the movement of tho newly
harvested yield Is now rapidly on the In-
Provisions felt the effect of the war
only Indirectly through sympathy with
grain. leading holders took advantage
of every good opportunity to soil out at a
Quotations ranged as follows:
Artlclel Open. I Hlgh.l Dow- I Close.i Yes'y.
22 Ki 22 90 22 OS 22 95
20 70 I 20 92HI 20 62141 20 Kttl 20 66
10 02UI 10 30 I 10 0211 10 22V4 10 0214,
10 10 I I I 10 30 I 10 07H
Sept.! 11 95 I 12 07HI U 92l R 25 11 92H
UCt..l 11 4J 11 (Mtkl ii 1 11 "' ' "
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red.
85fi9l4c, No. 2 northern, D'cl.OO; No. 2
spring. 97ffl08c. Corn: No. 2 yellow, 74
75c; No. 3 yellow, 73H074KjC. Oata: No.
3 white, 34r3l4c; standard. 33lS87c.
Ryo:No. 2, KflGSc. Barley: 4!SB6c. Soodt:
Timothy. $4.605.t0; clover. $10.005713.00.
Pork: $22.90. lrd: $10.12. Ribs: $11.87
1-XlOS Steady, receipts, 11,579 cases; at
mark, cases inciuoen, uxni-c; oruinary
firsts. 17.jR18e: firsts. 18'4019c.
At mark, cases Included. llWMSSie; or
dinary firsts, nuwisc: rirsts. jsyswiac,
POTATOES Hteadv: receipts. IS cars;
Knnnnii. Mlisourl. Minnesota and Ohio.
4.W55c per bu.i home grown. P0c$1.00 per
bag; Virginia, hbls., $2.152.Jd.
PQUL.TRY Alive, springs, l18c.
Xcit York OenernI Market.
NEW TORK, July . -SUGAR - Raw,
steady: molasses, z.iic; ceniruugai. a.sbc.
Refined, ateady; cut loaf, 5.30o; crushed,
B.20c;, mould "A," 4.S5c; cubes. 4.65c;
XXXX powdered, 4.05c; powdered. 4.60c:
fine granulated. 4.40c: diamond "A,"
4.40c; confectioners' "A," 4.30c, No. 1,
BUTTER Steady ; receipts 6.000 tubs;
creamory uxtras, 2St29c: firsts, 2Tf27Hoi
seconds, 22iuuc; process, extras,
23lic; ladles, current make, firsts, 20H
2ic; seconds. packing siock, cur
rent make. No. 2, WSlOc.
CHEEHIJ-Steady; receipts. 1,700 boxes;
state, whole milk, fresh, white or colored,
specials, l4ffl&c: same, average fancy,
14'iipl4Wc; sklma. UWillHc
EOOS Firm; receipts, 10,700 cases; fresh
gathered, extras, 25t26c; oxtra firsts, 23!I
24c; firsts, i.'lft'22Hc: seconds, 18S20c: stato,
Pennsylvania and nearby hennery, whites.
2SB30c; same, gathered whites, JJGCTc;
same, nennry urowns, awe; same,
gathered browns and mixed colors, 20
POUDTRY Live, steady: western
Chickens, broilers, 20c; fowls, 16iiT17c;
turkeys. 15Ql5ltc. Dressed, firm; west
ern chickens, frnsen, 14awc; fowls, 12
Mlnnrnpolts Grain .Mnrket,
MINNEAPOLIS. July 28 WHEAT -July,
97tic; September. 93c; No. 1 hard,
i ixo. i norrnem, WKcnl.tH. ; tin,
2 northern. S7HcS$1.02H
FLOUR Tok a Jump of 10c a barrsl to.
day on tho news from Europe. Prices
were: rancy, ,?u; rirst clears. $3.76; sec
ond clears, $2.8o; shipments, 63.209 bbls.
... t.i.i, -MLfVw.
CORN No. 3 yellow. 70fi71'4c
OATS-No. 3 white, SiTOlic.
r ua.-i,iiy l w.
St. I.oula firnln Mnrkrl.
ST . IXJUIS. July 24.WHBAT-No. t
red. S4S7c: so. 3 red. MmVAc; No. 2
The following table shows tho receipts,
of cattle, hogs and slierp at the South
Omaha Pve stock market for tho year U
date as compared with last year.
1914. IR13. In". Dec
Cattle . 4S9.JSI 461,024 . 21.643
Hogs .. .. . 1,5X1,001 1.666.903 135.S99
Sheep ...1,249.672 1.O62.UO0 187.f2
The following tnlil ulinun the ranKO of
prices for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few 'ays wltn
Date. 1JI4. 1913.ifl2.UllH 11910. 1!WJ.19M.
J steers W 0 M : fleers. . S4 .'i CO
II cows Sff 6H0 M feeders t(B0 7 56
-ow s . . 971 6 U 2 steers
26 steers. ...1116 7 On It steers
Scows.. .11741 6 ) trows..
1 cow... . 840 i 4 1 bull...
1 calf. . ttO 9 0 1 bull..
T, C. Iecker- wyo.
14 feedets,.10 8 10 17 feeders. .Wit
1 feeder... 900 7 (W 3 feeders.. S.V.
7 CWS-hfs.lOM) 7 (X)
J. A Johnsoir--Wyomlng.
94 feeders ,10W 8 20 4 feeders. .UW
F. II. Vlrdln & fon-Vyo.
X f coders. KKJ 8 00
I UIOS Supplies were very moderate
again today, estimates railing for 113
cars, or 7.;W0 head. The two days' total
of II.STt head Is nearly 4.0M smaller than
uoui last weeK and a year ago.
With a light tun In slieht and stronger
advlcrn from other selling points shippers
and speculators and one or two of the
packers bought a number of the best
hogs on the early trade at prices that
were a nickel higher As the forenoon
advanced, however, it became apparent
that buyers did not want to pay these
prices for the commoner kinds, in fact,
one buyer was laying out almost entirely
hrad. market steady, native muttons,
$4xtNf. lambs. $7nsoo.
OMAHA (ilC.NKIHl. MAUKKT.
Rt'TTBR No. 1, 1-lb cartoons. 27c: No.
1. fti-lb tubs. 7c.
CHICESK Imported HwIm. 28c: Amer
ican Swiss, 24c; block Swiss, He; twins,
17c; daisies. 174e: triplets. 174e; Young
Americas. lc; blue label brick, 1714c llm
burger, 2-lb ISc; 1-Ib.. c; New Yolk
1'ISH-Whlte. ISc. trout, ISc: large crop
pies. 12c; Spanish mackerel, 16e; shad rr.
per pair. 60o; salmon, 16c; halibut, 11c;
buftalo, ic, rhannel catfish, lc; pike.
18c. pickerel, c.
POI'LTRY-Brollers, SOc: hens. 12c;
oorks. JV4c; ducks So; geese, 8c; turkeys.
16c. pigeons, per doxen. 90c; ducks, full
feathered, 8c. geese, full feathered, Sc;
squabs. No. 1. 11.80; No. t, 80c.
14 KEF CUTB-Rlhs, No. 1. 19e; No Z
174C, No. S, 15c. Imlns. No. 1. II He; No.
2. lSr; No. S. 16ttc Chucks. No. 1, 12Hc;
No. lie; No, S. 10c. Bounds, No 1.
1V . No. 2, Ulc: No. 3. lSUc. Plates.
Mi 1. S'lc; No. 2. Se; No. 3, 7c
The following fruit and vegetable prices
ami with tilings In this shape the first 5C...',l0,r' ' Olllnsky Krult com-
hlds nn Hi Ifss iTnslrnliln crmles wore nn
July 16.! 8 WHI 8 691 7 161 6 261 3f 7 821 i 31
July 16. 8 05 8 761 7 15 8 28) 7 SI 37
JUly i;.. 8 7!,t 8 821 T 16 30 7 74( 6 41
July IS. 8 "3 8 911 7 171 6 J4j S J5 16 40
7 201 6 SOI $ :
7 231 8'
July 10.1 I g 83
JUly 30. 8 (OH
Jlllv 21. 8 7I4 8 K
.Tnlv 9? I n crA' i
35 7 76
7 75 6 88
i 6 27 8 31 7 70 6 27
8 54i! 771 7 47 6 86 8 281
eVil S tSl 7 36) 0 33 8 U 7 59 6 31
62H 8 831 7 21 j 8 SS 7 67i 6 34
f.4H 8 77 7 3M 6 S3 7 571 6 31
54i 8 771 7 471 6 86 8 281 ! 6 24
July 26.' 8 IB 7 57 6 451 8 271 7 61
July 27.1 8 K t 7 061 6 55 8 811 7 4M 6 13
July 2S. j 8 6? 6 61 1 8 23l 7 376 07
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock yards In South Omaha
for twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. m.
Cattle. Hoeb. Sheen. H'r's.
i.., 41. At ftt i". . .
Missouri Pacific .. 2
Union Pacific 31
C. A N. V east .. 1
C. & N. V west .. 89
C, St. P., M. O. I
C, B. A Q., east .. 10
C, B. & Q... west .. 30
C. R. I. & P east 2
Illinois Central .... 2
Chicago Qt Wet .. 2
Total receipts. .144
DISPOSITION 1 IRA D.
Cattlo. Hogs. Sheep.
37 1 1
M 20 1
Morris & Co
Swift & Co
Bwlft & Co
Cudahy Packing Co .
Armour & Co
Schwartz & Co
CMncoln Packing Co.
S. O. Packing Co
Swift, K. ('
W. B. Vansant Co
Tlenton. Vansant & L
Hill & Son
F. B Lewie
J. B. Root & Co
J. H. Bulla 75
I F. Husb 38
Rosenstock Bros 145
McCrrary & Kellogg.. 171
Wrrthelmer & Degen.. I
H. I". Hamilton 121
Baker, Jones & Smith
D. & F
July, 9014c; September,
CORN-No. 2, 75c; No. I white. 78l4gOo:
July, 714c; September, 73110.
OATS-No. 2, 3fHfl36c, No. J whltf)i js
XOTrCE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that on Friday.
July 31st. A. D. 1914, at 1:30 p. m. on eaJd
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 other merchandise. This Is a
nlfe. clean stock, Invoicing nearly $12,.
ooo no. '
For further Information address the un
dersigned at Fairfax. S. I)
CHARLES A, DAVIS-,
Trustee of the Estate of Cutler Brothers,
The undersigned trustee In bankruptcy
of the estate of James D. Rose, bank
rupt, will, on the 24th day of July, at ths
hour of 11 o'clock a. m., soil to the high
est bidder for cash, tho 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
the said James D. Rote, In Long Pine,
Neb. Any Information as to stock or sale
can be had by writing Arthur Gaines,
trustee, caro of McGUton, Gaines & Smith,
1004 City National Bank Bid., Omaha.
Neb, The stock can be seen before date
of sale by culling on J S. Davidson of
Long Pine ARTHUR OAINE8,
Trustee In Bankruptcy of the Estate of
James D Rote. Julylj DIOt
Liverpool Craln Market.
LIVERPOOL, July IS.-WUIHAT-No. 1
Manitoba, 7s 7',id. No. 2, 7s (Jdi No. 3. 7s
Ed. October, 7s Od; December, 7s 3d.
CORN American mixed. 6s 14d; Sep
tember, 5e 7tyl.
FLOtR-Vlnter patents. 27s.
NEW YORK. July 2H.-COFFEE The
coffeo market pitched headlong today on
the announcement that war had been de
clared between Auetrla and Servla and
throughout tho session was active and
very foverlsh with a sensations! break,
closing 60 to 63 points net low.
The opening was 32 to 36 points lower
and prices decline steadily thereafter.
Salen, 133.000 bags. July. 7.31c; August,
7.31c; September, 7.4Gc: October, 7.5Ce;
November. 7.66c; December, 6.76o; January.
7.81c: March. 7.94c: Mav. 8.0ln- Jnn t suV
Spot, weak; Rio No. 7, 7Zo; Santoas No.
j Metal Muriel,
NEW YORK, July 2S.-MBTALS-Cop.
per, unsettled; spot and September, of
fered at $13.00; electrolytic. $13.00013.12;
lake, nominal: castings, $11.00. Tin, strongt
spot. $30.60tt3l.00. September. $30.5OS31.25,
Lead, quiet. $3.8213.92 Spelter, steady.
$5.ootf6 10. Antimony, dull: Cookson's,
$7W712. Iron, quiet, unchanged,
London prices: Copper, firm: spot, 58
6s; futures. 58 17a 6d. Tin, firm: spot.
127 futures. 138 15s. Lead, 18 Its Cd,
Spelter. 21 12s 6d. Iron, Cleveland war
Price of OH He.dnccU.
PITTSBURGH, July 2.-Another S
cents was clipped from the price of the
principal grades of crude oil at the open
ing of the market hero today, the new
prices being: Pennsylvania crude, $t.66
Mercer black and Newcastle, $1,22. Seven
cents came off Cabella, making Ita pries
$l,iS. while 2 cents wera dropped from
Somerset, to $1. Corning and Ragtand
Bvnpnrateal Apples and Pried fruits
NE WYORK. July 28.-RVAPORATBD
DRIED FRI'ITS-Prunes. firm. Aprl
cots and peaches, quiet. Balslns, dull
LIYI.IIPOOL. July 2.-COTTO.N-Spot,
Irregular good middling, 7.6ld: middling,
7 "t'l l jw middling, 6.6.jd sales. 6,0)0 bale
Totals 3,784 7,241 6,631
CATTLE Receipts of cattle were fair
this morning, 127 cars being counted In
the yards. This makes the total for the
two days this week 7,860. being slightly
larger than for the corresponding days
Issi week and decidedly larger than most
recent .weeks. As compared with a year
ago the receipts show an Increase of a
llttlo over 1.000 head for tho two days.
Early advices from other selling points
wero far from encouraging and buyers
started out with very bearish Ideas. The
result was a slow trade on beef steers
from start to finish. The best cattle,
perhaps, were not over 10c lower for the
two days, but the medium kinds of grass
cattle were 164Ji0c lower than last week s
Cowa and heifers were slow sellers, the
same as beef steers. Tho best grades
did not show so much change, but tho
medium kinds were fully 10c lower and
undesirable grades were not only lower,
but very much neglected.
As was tho case yesterday Blockers and
feeders were In good demand, and they
were the first cattle to .sell. The market
on stuff of that description was fully
steady and the trade active. Good range
feeders sold as high as $8.25, with sev
eral big strings at $8.1098.20.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beef steers. $9.25tT9.T6; fair to good beef
steers, $8.75(04.26; common to fair boet
steers, $7.75fp8.76; choice to fancy cornfed
heifers, W.OOflOOO; good to choice heifers,
t7.0O7.7t; good to choice cows, $6.50497.40:
fair to good grades. $S.6O?f6.S0: common to
fair ersLdes. $3.75ttv.50: good to choice
stockers and feeders, $7.76tj 36; fair to
good stockers ana feeoers, n.wTyi.ro;
common to fair stockers and feeders, $3.25
7.00: atock cows and heifers, $S.o:4f7.00;
stock calves, $7.0098.00; veal calves, $7.60(9
10 50; bulls, stags, etc. I5.26ff7.66.
Representative sales -
No. At. I'r. No. Ar I'r.
t U 6 11 30 1134 8 60
t iwe in si loot i r.
41 1111 I o y U0J S OS
n lMt i to n i:4 1 4s
Til 4 SI 11.
... Ml 4 00.
... IM 4 10
... ua no
... W 5 49
3 ..715 t CO
m s to
..tdt C 40 11
.. S ill 1
.. Til W 1
.. 135 C 36 I
.. Tift I 4 I
. .lot U t
..10i0 6 S 1
..cm in it
,,110 75 I
.. 1S3 7C t
..Ml 7 (0 3
110 7 Ml 3.
Ml I 50
1020 5 yi
llio s no
. ;j t ij
.10S3 T 20
. D0 7 11
.1275 7 Si
. m i
. J0 6 CO
. (10 I CO
CI7 6 C
.1311 5 7C
.110 7 00
. . 2M I 10
. 1W. 10 00
.. 225 10 00
111 10 VQ
STOCICERS AND FEEDERS.
1 110 5 10
,770 7 00
W7 7 CO
. 741 7 30
MJ i ti
. 110 1 40
151 7 hi
, l0 7 CO
MT 7 CO
140 i 75 2
t I7C I 10 IS .
4 TIC C 15 II..
1 734 IM 10 .
7C 1J .
I C30 I DO .,
4i i; to i..
41 734 I II 10..
WESTERNS N UB HA SKA .
1300 4 w 6 COWS 7tK 5 50
1 COW 720 5 00
i: COWS 778 6 20
4 heifers... 850 6 !(0
24 steers.. ..1238 7 80
2 feeders.. 1015 7 30
7 heifers... 770 5 60
26 feeders.. 70S 7 40
9 heifers.. .1177 7 30
13 steers.. ..1303 S .T,
63 feeders Km 8 10
18 COWS 1078 6 40
21 cows 800 6 20
3 COWS 895 6 20
t heifers... 840 6 SM
14 feeders. .1163 8 25
6 heifers... 1018 7 on
6 heifers.., 690 8 ft)
1 calf 200 10 00
23 steers, ...1195 7 10
13 steer. ...1196 7 25
6 steers.. ..1291 8 50
so feeders . 1099 s 10
6t heifers... 1063 7 20 24 heifers... 1C63 7 20
28 heifers .1063 7 20
John H. Dlxon-Neb.
2 heifers... 810 6 60 8 cows 1C00 5 40
4 COW,.. .. 876 6 00 19 COWS... . 96 6 45
18 heifers... 737 6 50
Sand Hills Land and Cattle Co. Neb.
40 feeders.. 1342 8 20 steers... .1207 7 50
J. P. Blbbltt - Bon-Neb.
7 feeders. .1167 7 65 8 steer.. .1201 7 26
18 steer,. ..1003 7 65
George Manning Neb.
22 cowa 1003 60
1. E. Hoffman-Neb.
$8 steers. ...1104 S 40
4J strs.,..10M 6 95 39 steer.... 1C64 6 J
60 teers,... 1027 !
99 steers.... 1058 6 90
26 steers.. 1016 6 90
better than steady, while In some In
stance, offers looked even lower than
sold at steady figures a good share of
yesteiday. Salesmen were In no hurry to
cut loose with the trade In this shape,
and while some of the common kinds were
the supply was still In first hands up to
a late hour In the forenoon. Trnde, which
had been very dull all forenoon, wns at
this time almost at a standstill
Values remained In about the samp
notches nil forenoon, and In the end the
most of tho hogs wcra cleaned up at llttlo
better than steady figures. In fact to
wards tho extremo closo the market
touched tho low spot of the day. Huch
offers as wero made wero weak with the
general market, and barely steady with
yesterday. There wero several loads un
sold at midday. Tho general trade Is
steady to 5c higher.
.No. Av. Hh. Tr. No
63 steers.,.. loss 6 W
46 steer... 1056 6 90
21 Hteere....l(24 90
1 heifer... 870 C 25
C feeders. 513 6 7
S feeders. 846 7 40
1 COW . . . 1060 5 60
3 steers. . 650 6 26
14 steers 932 7 30
1 cow. .
. 510 6
. 6'0 6 75
.970 6 60
.648 7 10
!M6 7 SO
600 6 30
si4 i:o c "
..III . I 45
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an i to
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. JK4 10 I Ml
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. .: . im
tit . in
.MS 40 I Pi
, . .1?7 I M
,m no ( cm
m w i mi,
... I t7ty
10 I C7t
It I 10
(9 I CO
..237 IM I GO
...,3IS 10 ICO
...231 120 CO
. . . .I'd 10 ft 0
....117 . . ft CO
. . . .214 10 I 10
. . .117 . . f
. . .330 1W I M
. .211 130 I CO
. .1)1 10 C CO
. . . .275 SO 8 CO
.. .211 40 I SO
. . . .211 CO I TO
....t 130 I CO
. . . .359 10 I CO
...K3 ... ft fA
....111 11) I CO
. ...213 CO I CO
. . JT 1C0 ft Ml
,...145 ... CO
. ..JCC . . I CO
..247 1) ft m
. . .373 ... I CO
.. .y.c I fS
337 I CO
At. Rh. IV.
IM iw ft HO
377 10 I CO
..217 30 I Co
. t 10 I CO
SIC 310 ft 0
..311 ft 0
...247 1P I CSl
2IC 14 I tU
.. 17C ft IH
311 Kt I ftv,
34.4 1(0 I III,
:c4 . c
. :n ico no
...III I u
.140 200 C CC
.. 2CI . IH
..343 130 ft CI
..;cs ... ft ci
..lit 10 ft Cn
...111 ... CCS
.. :tt ... cc
,,t!0 ... CIS
. .'.344 130 I Si
...2t . . C Si
..123 IM ft C5
. .Ill 120 I CC
...3(1 300 ft CC
.. 3 tOO ft 74
..253 CO I 17',
...231 40 II c;s
...seo .. ft TO
...311 . . 170
...K III 4 70
...310 310 ft 73V,
...117 ... I 75
,.20 ... ft 7C
,ri . . ft tc
..ICC 40 I 771i
0 I 10
... ft 10
. .tftj 10 I 10
.m . i m
in :m i io
MONF.Y-24 ptr cent. Short hills and
three months, 4V4 per cent.
STOCKS AM) nOMIS.
Ilc.TletT of Operations on fttock Ri
rlinnge llnrlnsr the Dnr.
NEW YORK, July" 3R.-Vurthcr un
settlement occuried In the stock market
today as a result of a feverish condition
abroad. London a range for Americans
was from t to almost 3 points under
yesterday's close. Declines here was
slightly less severe, Canadian? Smelting,
Republic Steel and American Can losing
from !'. to 24 points, while Erie, South
ern Railway. Southern Pacific. New
Haven, St. Paul, Ihlgh Valley, United
States Steel. Bethlehem Steel and Amal-
f minuted were off n point each. Trading
iad Utile of jester-day's activity, but
continuance of gold exports called re
newed attention to the foreign situation.
Number of sales and leading quotation
nn stocks were as follows:
Fftlo Hlth Lxiw. CT.
Amwlran nl Sur .
Ainrrlrtn S. ft.
Amrrlon S A R r'O
Atnr Huitir Tlftlnlns
Airmris T A T ...
mfrlrn Tolxirto .
VltriT;- Drnp Filr fnnrv ITIrn.
dora Valenclas, Ms, ll, IJCs, lM's, 17.
200s aud StVls. $3.75 per box. Red Hall
Valenclss. all sUes. J3f ner box IrfiuU
oils: Extra fancy Goldrn Bo-vl, 300s, 300?, n-n4 mining
ci.iM ner dox. rancv s ivet jort. ;ws. avi, a-, anon
$6.fO per box. Grapefruit: Extra fancy,
54r, $4.60 per box; extra far?7, 46s. $4.W
per box; exlra rancy. Ms. $3.50 per box:
liidlan River, C4s and COs, $5 00 per box.
Apples: Wnlsaps, $2.60 per ItoS; Duchess,
II.WOI.M per barrel.
CALIFORNIA FRUITS-Peaches: F.x
tra fancy Placer Co. TUbertas or Crnw
fonls. 850 per box; 60 box lots, MViC per
box; 100 box lots or more, We per box.
Pears California Mountain Bnrtlett, full
box. $2.25 per box, 10 box lots, $2.30 per
box. 25 bov lots or more, J3.lt r box.
Plums, Diamond, 81.60 per crate. Grant,
$1.60 per crate, Wlrksc:. $.5'- Ier crate;
K.crate lots. 10c less. 10-crnt lot. -X:
less. Apricots: Wenache, Washington.
Ilalllmorr Ohio .
UronUjn Kapld Tr. .
('II oinU l'etnrfim
I'timdUn I irllk . .
rh'prike A Ohio
I'hliiftii 41 W
(lilnso. M SI P..
Clilrnsn A N. W .
iiuno reprtr . .
iVlorsdo Ktwl Iren
ColnrsSo t. Inillirn
llemtr Itlo UranOr
Iinw . It 0. tM
Hl;lllrr' KpcuMMh .
nnrl KWUIr .. .
(IrMt .Vorlhero M
llrrnl Northern Orr rlt
to (k0 !
4 TOO 34
1.14 10SW IM
1.400 HIV, 11
!Ki0 St7 213
SHEEP Tllf rnrelnls wnro small rln
this morning, there being no more than
some 5,20 head reported In. against
11,098 head a week ago and 12,355 head
on the same day h year ago. For the
flrct day of the week thus far tho re
ceipts show a considerable falling off,
being 6,22 head shoit of the same days
last week and as many as 8,122 head short
of the corresponding days a year ago.
Few lambs of consequence were In
eluded In today's supply of killers, as
practically everything waa on tho mutton
order, mostly ewes and wethers, The
supply of aged sheep at the disposal of
buyers wns pretty much the same as to
slr.e as on the last few days, but the
quality of the offerings was not as good,
tho bulk of tho holdings not being even
ns good us vesteiday. On the whole tho
market was quiet, due largely to the
fact that nothing good In the. line of
killers was available, but In the end most
everything was cleaned up at a season
able hour at prices generally steady tn
strong. In some Instances sellem were
quoting value n shade higher consider
ing the quality of the offerings. As
nothing topny of any kind was on sale
no lofty prices were looked for, though
whnt ewes changed hands moved largely
at $3.Rfiflt4.S5, according to weight and
quality. A small bunch of fed yearlings
sold early at $6.25,
What trado took Place on feeding ac
count was In aged sheep mainly. Tho
sales Included homo feeding ewes at $3.30
and feeding yearling at W.'JCXiiSM. De
mand was very fair and prices firm.
Quotations on i.mge sheep and lambs:
Lambs, good to choice, $7.7u8.15; lambs,
fair to good, $7.263'7.75: lambs, feeders,
$6.60flfi.P0, yearlings, good to choice, $5.65
$6.60y6.fiJ, yearlings, good to choice, $5.63
O6.00) yearlings, fair to good, $5. lojjfi. 65;
yearlings, feeders, $5.0t96.&0; wethers,
good to choice, $5. 4006. W: wethers, fair
to good, $5,002(5.40; wethers, feeders, $4.0)
04.60; ewes, good to cbolce, $4.7595.00;
ewes, fair to good. $4 5054.75; ewes, feed
ers. $3.0W3 60,
134 Utah yearlings 79 5 60
231 Utah yearlings 78 5 50
246 Utah yearlings 78 6 60
233 Utah yearlings 79 6 50
100 Wyoming feeder ev es 89 8 76
243 Wyoming ewes 92 4 75
150 Wyoming ewes 92 Tf
209 Wyoming ewes 92 4 75
170 Wyoming ewes 92 4 76
127 no live Iambs 60 7 I
110 natlvo feeder lamb 41 R 30
97 cull ewes 100 3 10
65 Wyoming ewe 112 4 60
66 Wyoming lambs 62 7 60
19 culls 60 6 00
20 Wyoming wethers 98 5 26
1.(00 Oregon wethers 98 5 65
for shipment next Thursday, per crate. V,Vl'. n;.. i p
$150. 6-crato lots. $1.45; 10-crte lots. 11.60 SrlrtM-ipH
CA NT A LOUPES - Arlrons standards SlJVr'rr r
$.100 per cralc; Jumbos. $2.60 per crate;! ........, ii.rr,,.,r
Ponyjs, $2.60 prr crate. Knn I'lir t-uutlirn
vi;tiKTAiii.iit4-.-aimage. zuc pti in.,iMh vne
California onions, 4c per lv, pepper. 5iV,iuIiii Nlnlllr
per basket, fancy tomatoes, MV per orate, 'Mnlom ivtmlnim .
cucumbers, hothouse. 2 dor. brisket 75 er i MUmt yorP'r ... .
basket, now beets, carrots, turnips, a'c peri fj 'f0'1'1, ,,f;.T
dox.; celery. Mich.. 3Sc ier dos.; celery. ";"'" l'
Denver, Urge Jumbo, $100 per dor..; head $l2l l1.i
lettuce. 50c41.60 per dox.; leaf lettuce. 1 v.. .a. rm,r
40c per dot.; onions, home-grown. 15c portNr Yerl tnirl.
N. v . K. 14. n.. .
Ncrtolli K Wlfn.. ..
raritle T T
1'uUman Palace Oar ..,
liny Con tVpe" ..
Ittpubllc Iron SImI.
rtnfk Island le
KncV Inland Co. pti
pi. l a a. r. :d ptd .
;rn HI HIU 143
l.tO) INi, IW 1"',
; inn : :t tc
CO) M, 4CH 411,
COI HOI, 101V, w
4..V1 CI . C74 MS
t.0l II 17 lfi
i too ii im lot
3.400 34, 3Ui M
iceoii mi iti'i 1IU,
I.P9I ISM, 1311, 1.
I.1H0 C4J Cl'l lit.
dox , rad'.shes. 50c per dog.; garlic, Italian,
!iV per lb.: horseradishes. $1.50 per cairn;
hellel popcorn, 4c per lb.: nsparagus,
home-grown, market price about 30c prr
dos-; potatoes. now. JlCOflMO per
CAULIFLOWER - Homo-gorwn
WATKHMICI.ONS-IVic per lb
BANANAS I1.764iv4. 60 per bunch.
NUTS Halted peanuts, $1.50 per case;
No. 1 California walnuts, 18Vc per lb.:
oernns. 12Uc nor lb : filberts. 15c Per lb.-
almonds. SOc per lb.; popcorn. 4r per lb Tttr '
MIBCELlANEOU.S Sugar walnut ,4""T, ' T '
, n- i. . ,.. , - . . ,. ... '
iiHien, ai m irr iiiia, uuif", fi. i ttj
bnskct; crackerjack, $;l.50 per esse;
rheckers, $3.60 per case, crackerjack, pel'
half case, $1.75; checkers, per half case,
t oo US
1I.3J0 1WS 100 ll
?o in, li liv,
Sno 3J4 S3 31
. U.IO0 101V, 107H 1MW
400 IM 114U 1FCH
4.3K0 1li 1IU ItH
.t;I.CA0 litl, 1 511, 111
I, C00 2
300 ' J4,
Cattle N In it nnil Hlenil Hoars
Mlronsv to lllnher.
CHICAGO, July 28.-CATTLE-Reerlptsi.
2.50) head; market slow and steady;
bcevos. $7.r(V.00; steers, $6.4038.40; stock
ers and feeders, $5.50fiR.M); cows and heif
ers. $3.Mt9.20; calves, $7.60ttll.Z6.
irOGH-ltecelPts. 13, head; market
strong to 6c higher; bulk of sales. '.03
9.10; light. $8.709 'JO; mixed. $8.55fi9.6();
heavy. $8.40gt.10; rough. $.40gi.65; pigs,
HHEKP AND LAMBS Receipts, 15.000
neaa: maraet siow ana generally neauy;
sheep, $5.2036.85, yearlings, $5.60flG.;
Slnux ( It) l.lvr Stock Mnrkrt.
HIOUX CITY. July 28. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 800 liead. market steady; native
steers. fiMYuSM; cows and heifers, $8.00
4j8.O0; cows and heifers, $5.0OQ1.40;. can
ners, $3.&04i6.0; stockers and feeder's, $6.60
&7.40; calves, $5.W?(10-"E; bulls and stags,
HOGB-ltecelpts, 2,800 head; market
strong; heavy. $S.60&8.60; mixed, $8.42l4W
8.M; light. JS.402S.4:4; hulk of sales. JS.40,
silEEP AND LAMBS-Rccelpts, 1.600
head; market steady; fed muttons, $5.757
6.35; wetiiers, $5.26flC.C6; ewes, I4.50O6.00;
Kniisu City Live Mock Market.
KANSAS CITY; July 28.'ATTLE-Re.
iclpu, 11,000 head, market lower; prime
fed steers, $9.rJJ9.V6; dressed beef steers.
17.85ft9.35: western steers. $7.C0'!i9.60: alnek.
era nnil feeder. tH.'JMH 35: hulls tr, Sfitfi I
6.75: calves, $i.00fl 10.60
HOGH Receipts, 6,800 head: market
higher; bulk of sales. $8.76ttS.&0; heavy,
JH.teflfc.M; packers and butchers, $S.76jc
8.96; light, $8.70ijS.86; pigs. 8.r-ffS.7B.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpts. 3.200
head: market steady: lambs, $7.6Oftfi.G0;
yearlings, $3.756.40; wethers. $4.5095 76;
fll. Joirpli Live Mock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. July M. CATTLE- Re-
telpts. 1,300 head; market slow: steers,
$7.xn0.60; cows and heifers $4 C0f9.26.
calves. $6 0(10.00.
HOGS Receipts, ,300 head: market
i,ii,.. , i l- nt 2 r.vwu tn
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 600
heao; market steauy; iambs, ji.wnn.js.
St. I.oals Live Block Market.
ST. LOUIS, July 28. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 7,000 head; market steady, native
beef steers, $7.&Ofifl.S0. rows and heifers,
$5.0(!j9.; stockers and feeders, $6,uft7.60;
southern steers, $6,004(8.26: cows and helf
eis, $1.5010.60, native rnlves, $6.0010..
HOGS Receipts, 6,7(0 head, market
higher, Pigs and lights, 7.W(i0.M; mixed
and butchers, $8.90-)9.73 good heavy. $9,10
SHEEP AND I. MB Receipts J.bOO
Corn anil Whrnt rtruon Hntletln.
Corn and wheat region bulletin of Ihe
United States Department of Agriculture.
weather1 bureau, at Omaha, for the twenty-four
hours endtnc at I a. m.. 75th
meridian time, Tuesday. July 28, 1914:
OMAHA DISTRICT. I
High. Low. fall. Sky.
Ashland, Neh.,.10: 74 .01 Pt. cloudy
Auburn. Neb.. .101 71 .05 Pt. cloudy
B'ken Bow. Nh 93 65 00 Clear
Columbus, Neb. M W .01 Pt. cloudy
Culbertson, Nb.101 .CO Pt. cloudy
Falrbury. Neb..lu5 69 .13 Pt. cloudy
Fairmont. Neb. 102 66 I. Si Pt. cloudy
Or. Island, Nb.,100 70 16 Clear
H'tlngton, Nb,.l(C 70 .00 Clear
Hastings, Neb. .103 67 .90 Cloudy
Holdregc. Nwb.104 72 . 00 Cloudy
Lincoln. Neb... 09 73 .01 Clouoy
No. Platte, Nb PR 70 .00 Cloudy
Oakdale, Neb.. 90 65 .00 Clear
Omaha, Neb.... 97 75 .00 Cloudy '
Tekamah, Nob. 94 "70 .ml Clear
Valentine. Nb. 98 06 .00 Cleat
Alta, la 94 f .(O Clear
Carroll, la 98 r,s ,00 Clear
Clarlnda. la.. ..103 72 . 00 Cloudy
Sioux City, la.. S 72 .00 Clear
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
No. of -TemP.-- Rain-
District. Stations. High. Low. fall.
Columbus, O IS 91 64 .20
Louisville, Ky...I2 96 72 . 49
Indla'polls. Ind.. 13 96 68 .20
Chicago, 111 24 P0 6H .30
St. Iuls, Mo.... 32 100 74 .20
Des Moines. la.. 24 9S 70 .40
Minneapolis 62 94 64 1.00
Kan. City. Mo.. U IM 72 .20
Omaha, Neb 17 100 70 . 70
Summary of weather and crop 4'ondl
Hons in corn and wheat rrglon for week
ending July 27, 1014:
WASHINGTON. D. C July 28.
Threshing winter wheat, which con
tinued under favorable weather, condi
tions, Is now well under way In the cen
tral and northern districts, and plowing
for next year's crop has begun in the
western portion of the belt In the spring
wheat belt, tho hot dry weather. In North
Dakota, was somewhat unfavorable, with
considerable damage reported, and rain
Is needed In other state to the wetward.
Never damage by rust in western Minne
sota. The week was generally unfavor
able for corn east of the Mississippi river.
Drouth Is again severe In the Ohio vai
lev. with the crou cut short in large
areas. West of the Mississippi liver, corn
made excellent growth In the more north
ern states, where the moisture was gen
erally sufficient for present needs, but
drouth was severe, and much damage
was done In many section to the south
ward, especially In southeastern Missouri
and Oklahoma, where upland corn Is
largely a failure. Oat harvest and thresh
ing Is progressing In northern and middle
illatrtcts. There are complaints of poor
jleld In many localities. Fruit prospects
are generally gooo. in many touacco
growing sections tho crop Is at a stand
still from lack of moisture.
L. A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
Quotation") furnished by Burns, Brlnker
&. Co., 449 Omaha National Bank bulld-
Deere fc Co ptd
Fairmont Crmatrr fti. 7
Fairmont Creamery Oucr. C
Illinois Traction ptd
Omaha t " O. St. Hr ptd
omahs 6 r. ii. Hnndf
Omaha i:i U. tr row. ptd
Sloui Clly Stoik T'tt. pld
Union Htock Yda Omaha
Clty Nat'l III. Ci
Chi A Mil. A HI. P. 44ii. 2014....
Council lllulfa Uaa Cite. C 1131
Duodta I av. Warranta 7a
I)und fUallr ro. Ca, IMS
(Wine. Kb.. Water Ci, 1138
Hot flprlnfi ft. K , 4a, 1130
Kimai Mr. Mo., Tat llllla 7i. ..
Vorlhern Pacific. 4Ua. 3047
Omaha Kite. Li. V I'ov. it. UW.... II
Omaha (laa 5, 1117 M
fltr of Omaha la. lilt Mi
Omaha A C. II. Ft. Ilr. Ci. 1KI II
Puset Hnunil Tr. U. A Io'. Ca. 1111.100
Serlhnr. Nau . H. 1121 II
Halt 1-ake Hch 4i. 1130 It
Swift & Co CI. 1144 MCt
t' H Eraalllnii Kef ti 1111 .. .11
Wayne, Neb . Sen. Dll. Ca W
CI.0MI tVi M'i
. 11,100 ll'i 17
so am 3i
. 2.400 130 111
. 00, KV) 1141, 1IIU 11
COO ftOU 10 II
,VI.7) Cl CIH
. i.cre lone 1071,
. 0,."M C4I, c:
. Loot in
s.toi c;s u i
1.700 71', 71
Valon Parllli jitd. ...
Cnllel antra Steel..
f. t4. Rl pM
t lah Copper
W.lha'll pfd . ..
Weetem t'olon ...
Total aalti for the dar. 1. 013,100 ihataa.
,T York Money Mnrkrt,
NEW YORK, July 28,-MONEY-On call
firmer. 2,i3'2li per cent: ruling rate.
per cent, closing bid, 3'4fl2V4 per cent
Time loans .stronger: 00 days, 3U per
rent; 90 days, 3H1J3 per cent; six months,
4H Prr cent.
i'ltlM E MERCANTILE PAPER R per
rent Slerllng exchange, unsettled; 81
da)s. 84.FX: demantf. 11.91 VitJI.KH; com-
mrrrioi Dills. Jl.w.
SILVER Bar. K"c, Mexican dollars.
BONDS Government, weak: rsiiroad.
Finds Tango Queen
to Be Some Dancer
John Jirasck or Cedar Rsolds, la., waa
formerly the champion turner In the na
tional Tel Jed Sokol order. When ti
cornea In doing Intricate things calling
for extraordinary ability and endurance,
there Is only one man In the country
who can shade him, nnd that' the matt
who won the inset this year In Omaha.
But Mr. Jlrasek's athlt-tlc ability helped
him not a whit when the gymnsstlo
Madaniolselle Shakrmuppe, the. neweat of
Samson' tango queens, ted tho Bohemian
turners onto the floor at the Den last
Mr. Jirasck lust tried his dog-gon'riest
to get that feinalu to dance at least llki
they do In the uncensored movies, but
would you believe It, the nhameless hussy
wouldn't have It. She Just Insisted on
making Mr. JtraseU get up a sweat and
showing his red underwear, and an un
sympathetic audience composed of visiting
Sokols and several hundred members of
Rotary clubs nearby, only hooted their
appreciation of his plight.
The membership of Ak-Sar-Bon for thla
year, lo date, waa announced as 2,294,
against 2,263 at the end of last season.
Harry Weller, president of the local
Rotary' club, was chairman of the even
ing, and he called upon ban Baum, O. J.
Fee, Lincoln; Frank Rlha. Omahat
Honry G. Peterson. Bloomfleld, Neb,;
Ben Williams, De Moines; Melvln Clarke,
The Board of Governors held a meeting
last night at the Omaha club apd com
pleted the minor details for the fall
parades. The carnival grounds will be la
the same place this year as last, except
that the main entrance will be on 8lx
tlinnhu Hnr Mnrkrt.
OMAHA. July 23.-HAY Choice unlanrt
and midland, $11.60812.(0; No. 1. $iatW
II. 60: No. 2, $3.0OJrl0.00; No. 3. $l.(mO0.
Straw: Choice wheat, $5.60i6 00; choice
oat or rye, $8.00(86.60. Alfalfa: Choice,
$13 0014.00; No. 1. $12.0ft8'13 TO; No. 2. $11.00
PRAIRIE HAY' No. 1 to choice upland
III. 00ail..f0; No. 2 to choice upland. $9.00tfi
11 00: No. 3 to choice upland, $7.009.00;
No. 1 to choice midland, tlO.OO0U.4XI, No
2 to choice midland. $9.00610.00; No. 3 to
choice midland. $7.00719.00; No. 1 to eholce
Icwland, $9.(iOfrl0.O0; No. 2 to choice low
land. $8.00fl9.00; No. 3 to choice lowland,
STRAW-Cholcc wheat, $3.00; oat or rye.
ALFALFA -Choice. $13.00t 14.00; No. 1.
$I2.00SJI3.00: No. 2. $ll.(Xa'12.00.
London Stock Market.
LONDON. July 2S.-The market for
American securities opened uncertain
and declined In Continental and local
liquidation. Price Improved somewhat
but. later reacted. At noon the market
was weak and erratic with prices , to
3Vi below the New Yorlc closing of yester
day, CONSOLS For money, 71?,; for ac
SILVER Bar. uncertain, 217-16
Reach Agreement on
WASHINGTON, July 28. Complete,
agreements on the sundry civil and gen
eral deficiency appropriation bill were
reached today by the sonata ar.d houso
conferees. The Indian appropriation bill
Is tho only supply meadure !ett In con
ference. The sundry civil bill authorize tho
president to rearrango tae customs ecl
lection districts without indicating itielr
A provision In the general deficiency
bill authorizes the treasury to adjust
claim for $175,000 due heirs of confederate
officers In connection with prior service.
In the United States army. The heir oC
Robert E. Lee. Fltzhugh Lee, Stonewall
Jackson and other southern officer art
still among those who would benefit.
Hundreds of Sheep
Burn at Louisville
IJI ISVILLE. Ky . July 28. Fire which
broke out in the sheep pens of the Bourbon
stock yards here tonight caused damage
estimated at $00,000. Hundreds of sheep
were burned. About fifty Louisville &
Nashville railroad cars, some of which
were loaded with freight, were destroyed.
A car of oil on tho track near the yards
exploded, the burning liquid adding
greatly to the spread of the fire.
The flames extended from the sheep
pens to the sheds which sheltered several
thousand hogs. A number of cottage on
street bordering the stock yards alsj
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