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AMtlnriti aad Flat.
I-TOOM heated apartment. The Chula
Vista, f-nth and Voppleton Ave. Vacant
June 1. Conrad Touog. Sil Brandels tba
t.r Oougla 1671.
and iip; modern iir(mrnU, near
ixtoffi. . O. P. Stebblns.
Cheer 2-room apartment, dandy
oreenad porch; oak finish; large rooms;
nicely decorated; everything tirat rleas,
la nearly new apartment house building.
Also four-room apartment, same building.
Vary reasonable l0t call office for ap
pointment. 8COTT AND HILL CO..
FOR RENT Five-room apartment in the
Woodland. OH Harney 4141.
CENTRA! No equal a price or quality;
f-rooa houee; 4-room flat. S N. 24d.
THREK rooms and batb and toilet; close
to car line, lixeo. i
T. buLUVAK. IIS Brandels Theater.
T-ROOM flat, strictly modern, 1123 Cass!
FOR RENT 4-room apartment, rlcely
furnlahnd; coolest in the city; bit lawn
and tennis court; close to business cen
ter; possession at once if desired. Phone
COOt. ROOM?. 2 week. Ogdrn Hotel.
b-ROOM heated apartment. The Mason,
list and Mason Sta. Reduced rent. Con
rad Young, SU Rrandels Theater. D. 167L
VKRI choice. 4 or 4-room steam heated
apartments on West Farnam 6t.
JOHN W. ROB BINS, MU FARNAM ST.
4 ROOMS, new Flo-Les, 20th and Cap
itol Ave. Light and cool, 136.
PETERS TRUST CO. t. Kg. O
for rent In the
MIHAND LAN DON COURT.
Catering to reople of refined tastes.
Apartment completely equipped for
housekeeping, up-to-date and comfort
able. TRAVER PROS..
Phone Doiiglaa 11&3. 706 Omaha Nat. Rank.
Board and Room.
ST. MARY'S, 240S-THF. HKLLMAN-S
nice single rooms; lots of light and
fresh air; home cooking; gentleman pre
ferred. Douglas 6S0.
LARGE rooms; single or en suite; Hans
com Park district. Private bath; good
board. Harney "QnQ loft 8. st.
IjAROE front room and hoard for two
gentlemen; walking distance; private
family. 2424 Jones. Douglas 81E.
Deairahle rms. with board. 618 8. lth l-t
rami. beg Meeaa
FOR RENT Three large front rooms;
electric light; all modern; privilege of
house and piano; private home; rata rea-
FURNISHED room in private family; on
car line. 2407 Wirt 8t
Nicely fur, front room. 1418 N. 84th Bt.
TWO exceptionally nice large rooms In
private family for gentlemen who can
furnish references. Every modern con
venience. 2b04 Bt. Mary's Ave. Tel. Red
1209 DOUGLAS ; $160 up; also house
REFINED young man keeping beauti
fully furnished, high class bachelor
quarters within walking distance of busi
ness district, would like to hear from one
or two young men desiring to ahare same.
Room 104. Bee Bldg.
2604 ST. MARY'S AVE. Pleasant room;
prlvste family. Red U0.
STRICTLY modern furnished room on
Prettiest Mile. Florence Blvd.; private
family; no other roomera; 2 blocks from
Miller Park. References required. Ad
dress Box 601, care Bee.
MODERN ROOM Gentleman, private
family, breakfast If desired. Wast Far
nam. Walnut 2209.
LARGE front room and alcove; newly
furnished; Ideal place for 2 gentlemen;
fine residence district; walking distance;
also large, cheerful south room; reason
able. Harney 6W5. 621 Park Ave.
1914 Dodge; large, cool rooms; beauti
ful lawn, board if desired. Home cooking.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished rooms, steam
heat; large front rooms, single or en
suite; excellent horn cooking If desired;
refined private home; IS per week. W.
43)1. 2117 Sherman Ave.
A' NICE, clean, atl modern south room In
private family; suitable for 2 young men;
111 a month; breakfast If desired. 2U4
' FaratafceaV Hakwla- SAewasa.
NICELY Fur. Ifskp. Rms. aad sleeping
Rms. Phone service, nice lawn ana
hade. Web. 6186.
ROOMS for housekeeping; strictly mod
ern; for adults only. Tel. W abater 1664.
DAVENPORT 3616; two s-room apart
ments furnished complete with gaa and
FARNAM, 232 Neat, desirable house
Light Haaaekeepiaa? Sta a a s.
COOL rooms, with alcove, kitchenette
furnished. Ogden Hotel Co.. Council
212 N. fTTH AVE., 4 rooms part modern,
110 per month. " Phone Harney 2158.
I 8. 17TH Two rooms for light house
keeping, modern, newly papered.
ileuses aae vatiaeren.
Kt3AR KOUNTZK PLACE.
Six rooms and hall, east front, full two
story; one block to car; only fax.
O'KBKKK REAL KbTATHCO.,
Ml Omaha National. Phone Douglas ?715.
COTTAGE 1&Q4 burt St.. Harney Mug.
ROOM, new, all modern, on paved
street; free care of lawn, 4CT.6O. Harney
432. 4 Cass St.
ta.! S. imi- r. all mod house, 240.
RASP BROS., DOUG. 1653.
WEST FARNAM. 7-R., 145.
118 N. 88th St.. near Dodge; very choice,
handsomely finished brick; sleeping porch
and suit room.
Tyler IMS. State Bank Bldg.
W EST FARNAM District. 7-rootn rood
em house, kl S. 8tth St
11017 Grace St., f-r. part mod. cottage, 11.'.
11U 8. rad .. ?-r. all mod. house. 140.
6)2 N ".'th, St.. 6-r. part inoj. flat, t.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY COMPANY,
Phone Doug. T22. 202 Ftrt Nat. Bank Bldg.
210.00 7-room modern liouav. Finished In
oak. Nice neighborhood. Near car.
. AM&fUCAN SECURITY CO..
EB the Central Furniture b Cures. FRilH
We have a complete tut of all nooses,
apartmeata and flats that are for rent
This list oan be seen free of charga at
Omaha Tan a Storage Co.. 4 a. lath 2)L
T I J moving.
j. . ieeu fL -r:
aLT si sc, (S per month up. fc7 Pax ton
Il0UHffl Creigh Bona Co.. liM Bldg.
PARK AVa K-Cheerfur. eight-room
residence; clean, newly decorated;
beautiful lawn. IWMJgla 8X9.
Gordon Van C.S
m n uth et
Tel D. 2M or Web. laO.
Van and Utoraa
Co, Call us for
tea for aaov
2 Waaate b
lag. pacautg, shlppias. 2i8
Stores, aaova. paeka, ships; 2-horse vaa
and I men. 11.26 per hr.; atoraa 22 per
ano. Satisfaction guar. D 4lB i Ty. bs.
Phone reuglaa 288 for complete list of
vacant houses and apartments; also for
storsge. moving. 16th and Jackson Sts.
tewee eaa emtew.
tii 8. 12TH--r. all modern house. 240.
RA6P BROS.. IOUULAS 13.
aterea aa4 4ffie.
NKW modern afore room. MS North IMS
treet; low rent. Conrad Young, 121
Frandels Theater. Doug. 16T1.
Nice Cool Office
Near the Elevator and Stairs
Electric Light Free
The Bee Building
Superintendent' Office. Room 103.
A nice office In a good location,
make your business plans successful.
THE. BEE BUILDING
"THE BUILDING THAT
IS ALWAYS NHTV"
furnishes Just such combinations.
Office Room 103.
WANTED TO BUT
Tale buys everything i hand. Tyler I41A
OFFICii furniture bought and sold. J.
C Reed. lan Farnam Doug 614A
WASTED- To buy an invalid- chair.
Charles Schwenck, R. No. 8, So. Omaha.
Slightly used high grade piano. D. WIT.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WE ARE always In funds to make good
farm and cltv loans.
PETERS TRUST CO..
1622 Farnam St
F. M. PENNEY. M0 City Nat 1. Bk. Jldg.
F. M. PENNEY, ?0 City Nstl. Bk BldgT
Farm loans bought and sold
FARM LOANS, 6 PER CENT.
TOLAND A TRUMBULL, 448 Bee Bldg.
pee TO 810,000 made promptly. P. IX
Waad, Weed Bid., INth and Farnam Sta
CITY and farm loana. 6. 1V. 6 per cent
J. H. Dumont A Co.. 416 State Bank.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co.. 1120 Farnam St
CITY proierty. Large loana a specialty.
W. It. Thomas, 20i Hta to Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE? FA RM AND CITY
711 STATE BANK BLDG.
TEL. DOUG. 1012. OMAHA, NEB.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loana
H. W. Binder. City National Bana Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraaka farnuv
0KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO..
Nil Omaha National. Phone Douglas 2711
SEE us first for farm loans In eastern
Neb. United States Trust Co., Omaha.
CITY LOANS. C. G. Csrlberg,
210-212 Brandels Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LIST real estate and rentals with DON.
ELSON R. E. CO.. 1 On. Nat l Bank.
REAL ESTATE '
FARM RANCH I.AUS FOR SALE.
Live Oak Colonies, none better. W. T.
Smith Co.. W2-14 City Nat Bk. T. BUS.
HAVB YOTT A FARM ran SALS?
Write a good description of your land
and send It to the Sioux City, la.. Journal.
"Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every Friday
evening, Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
for one month, giving sixteen ads on
twelve different days tor 22; or 60 words,
rtj or 76 words, 26.
Largest circulation of say Iowa news
paper, 26O,0St readers daily In four great
40. 20 OR 160 ACRES, good heavy soil. In
well settled part of Todd county, Minn.;
rood roads, schools and churches; price
16 to 222 per acre; terms, 11 per acre
cash, balance 21 per acre a year until
land la paid for, 6 per oent Interest
1022 Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
$8 PER ACRE
June Uth ONLY. Great opening of
Swigart's Dickson Township 'Xract of
8,00j acres in Manistee county Mich. No
land reserved or for sale until excursion
arrives on ground. No less than 40 nor
over ldO acres to one person, because of
colonising; 260 down and 21 monthly on
each forty or annual payments. No land
at thia opening price after cheap rate
excursion, which leaves Chicago Tuesdsy,
June la. 11:30 a. ni. Round trip, Chlcago
Wellaton. 26.80, rebated on purchase. En
tire expense from Chicago, Including
board, about 212. Write immediately for
map-circular giving all particulars. These
are choice farm lands, adapted for gen
eral crops, stock, dairying, poultry,
truck, fruit: near towns, railroads, mar
kets and adjoining good farms; quick
transportation by boat or trail to Chi
cago, Grand Rapids. Detroit. Oppor
tuntty of lifetime- for wage earner, farm
renter or farm hand to get a farm home,
GEORGE W. SWIG ART, Owner.
G-UoO First Nat Bank Bldg., Chicago. III.
COUNTRY HOME NEAR OMAHA.
211.000 buys a highly Improved farm.
Consisting of about 614 acres located on
ne of our boulevards out from the city,
only a 40-miuute's ride. Good water sys
tem, small amount of fruit, some alfalfa,
tame hay, nice large beautiful shade
trees ana all kinds of shrubbery and
about 10 acres of natural timber, making
a beautiful park. This ! an Ideal propo
sition for handling thoroughbred stock of
any kind. Living spring In pasture.
e ea enantSf
116 Brandels Theater Kid. Omaha, D. 8H6.
MUST BE SOLD.
272 aeres. miles from Petersburg, Nab.,
and 1H miles from Kaevllle. Neb.; 2-room
house, all modem throughout, with elec
tric light; barn, 22x46. with shed. 16x100;
2 good hog houses; all floored and di
vided Into pens; double crib, 10x4S. with
driveway, 16x48; granary. 20x22; machine
shed, 16x100; some g-ood fruit trees;, a)
acres wild pasture; 70 acres alfalfa; 20
acres timothy and clover; land lies
slightly rolling, but not rough; good crops
and good soil. Price. 240.0UO.
711 State Bank Bldg., Omaha. Nab.
FINE HALF SKCTIOiN
Near Petersburg, worth 2100 per acre.
will sell for 286. Let us shov
Let us show this
711 State Bank.
I have a few snap quarters ef choice
deeded land where equRlis can be bourht
from lluC to IfriO cash. Full Information
on request. Address, John McPherson,
Fort Pierre. S. D.
AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET A FIR8T
CLA88 SOUTH DAKOTA FARM
A aectlon or less of land 3 miles from
Seneca, Faulk county. South Dskots, for
sale, will take part in trade Will sell
only one or two quarters if no more de
sired. Good level land. Mack loam .oil,
no aand. Buildings eost M.Ouu. Corn,
wheat and alfalfa country. 6u0 acres cul
tivated. Rented for this vear. Price IK
Per acre. Terms: 13.000 rash, Is.ouO
mortgage at 6 due1 in 1M6, balance of
H0.4U0 taken In trade or second mort
gags at 6 for 10 years. The quality of
this land and the price asked are guar
anteed to be right W'rite or call on
Arthur J. Eaton, Faulkton, Bouth
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
A very desirable T-room house and
large lot. on raved street, In good
nsighborhood. Price? 26.000. Will ex.
thnnge tor vscant land in Nebraska
with good soil or for a smaller house
J. H. Dumont & Co.
416-12 State Rank Bid.
IHKU, ESTATE KOU EXCTIANOKl
Mill trade mv Omaha flat! renla for
11X160 per month. Permanently rented.
i rice uo.wn. Mortgage ,'. .ir.is.nt
loan, due In 6 veers. 2iiltv WnOO: prefer
cheap western land Want quick deal, as
am leaving; city. Prefer dealing with own
er. J. A riynn, 111& W. t. W. Kldg.,
Omaha. Tel. Red 26.
VOU SALE Oil TliADE
1 acred, Tripp county, South Dakota,
miles from Dnllns. "0 acres under plow.
Will consider good drug stock. Williams
Drug 'V, WaKonda. S. P.
FORTY-ACRE apple orchard. Fine Im
provements. Near rood town In south
eastern Nebraska. Have other business
to look after and will sell or trade for
eighty-acre farm In aoutheastern Ne
braska or refMenre near state unlver.lt v".
Address J. 1642 Poplar St.. Lincoln. Neb
REAL ESTATE NORTHWEST
25o0 Bl'T$ a good three-room house;
electrlo Itrht Call after 6.30 p. m., or
Sunday. 3P15 Hurdette.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
For Sale or Rent
New H-room house, finely decorated,
near Fontenello Park and boulevard; will
sell cheap on easy terms or rent low to a
W. T. Smith Co.
p. 2X12. City National Bank Bldg.
IS moms, dining porch, back plastered,
1-room, dining porch, full basement, 1826
Sahler, oak and white enamel finish, oak
flooring throughout. If you want class,
style and No. 1 construction and Indi
viduality see these; nothing like it in the
cltv Webster 41M.
Just west of 24th, on one of the most
pleasant residence streets in north part
of town. This Is an exceedingly well
planned and good looking frame and whit
stucco house, rnunhea tnrougnout witn
first quality materials and fixtures and
put together by skilled workmen. Has
fireplace, sunroom, tiled bsth and all the
desirable bullt-ln features. Hsrdwood
finish and floors. Good lot with fin
shado trees. Garage. Owner Is builder and
skilled mechanic and Is living In the
house, which has Just been completed, but
finds he must give It up. He asks no
profit on either house or lot and In addi
tion Is giving away 2800 worth of his own
Tyler 16.16. State Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE A fine 8-r. house, beautifully
' located In high-class residential aectlon.
Has every modern improvement has Just
been renovated throughout and Is as good
as new. Block and half from 24th St. car.
Price 23,700 If taken at once. Further par
ticulars, phone owner after a. m. W.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
Must Be Sold
1 8. 1TTH ST.-Thi la a 2-story. 1
room, modern house, built by former
owner for his home, having large recep
tion hall, living room with fireplace, at
tractive dining room, all finished tn quar
ter sawed oak; also convenient kitchen,
front and rear vestibules on first floor.
Four . large attractive corner bedrooms
with connecting doors, outside sleeping
porch and two complete bath rooms on
second floor, one finished In tile. Third
floor ha maid's room and storage room.
Cemented basement, furnace heat, laun
dry connections, etc. Lot 60x126 feet
asphalt paved street, alley In rear, shade
trees and shrubbery. Only one-half block
from Farnam car Una and near soma of
Omaha's bent residences. PRICE 28,000;
terms easy. Key at our office. Immedi
ate nosmneion. -
George & Company
Phone D. "Mi. 90B City Nat. Rk. Bldg.
See Us for
S6TH AND DAVENPORT 8T8,. 60xl2T,
36TH AND DAVENPORT STS., 40I3M,
8 ROOMS, VERY MODERN. NEARX.T
NEW, hot water heat, corner, 8&.W0.
1 block Cathedral, 8 rooms and hall,
east front, paving paid, 24.600.
AND some cheap lots In easy walking
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.
1016 Omsha Nat. Dou glas 8716.
Owner leaving city, offers to sacrifice
on Improved property, clone ln east of
IHth St; consisting of frame store build
ing, with some fixtures; (-room cottage
and a barn, with full south front lot on
paved street. This property Is In first
class condition, urently painted and It
Is rented cheap at 213 per month. Owner
wants 22.80, but will consider offer for
quick sale. This Is one of the heat small
Investments we hve offered for sow
Glover & Spain
oia-10 City National.
Must Be Sold
Owner wanta offer on well built new T
room, a-eoory modern house, with full
basement and attlo; finished In oak and
birch throughout. Located near 2tt and
California Sts. Large lot 61Vxl28 feet
paved street, very easy terms. Do not
fail to see us about this fin new horns,
lojb California St.
George & Company
Tel. T. 7M.
02 City Nat. Bank Rids
Will buy a modern T-room dwelling near
Farnam car line Balance 2,600, same as
W.T. Smith' Co.,
P. Mil City NUon.U Bnk Bid.
REAL ESTATE TOUTR SIDE
6-R. HOUSE, just finished. Mouern, oak.
finish. Big native erode trea On
boulevard. 2tiO0 cash, b Is nee like rent
Call O. A. Ecklee or J. Paul Eckl.e.
In West Haasoora Park, bungalow, I
rooms and enclosed sleeping porch,
nearly finished, oak finish first floor,
pine and blroh finish second floor and
fireplao. uouoa all complete with atonn
windows and screens aad lighting fig.
tures. for 21 tOO,
Mske an appointment with owner ana
builder to see It. Harney Tilt.
i j .'-I 'i xr-. ,ii f. as
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
IL1M. paving aU paid, iota and Ca
Itoi Ave.; cheapest In all Dundee.
11.176, list and Cuming, high aad
sightly; chssDast lot In this district
(1,800, 64IUM, overlooking Haiw Hal.
low ; paving for street aad aiiey paid
22.0W). 106x126. south front, corner lot.
handy to car line and the cheapest
available corner In Dundee, consider
Glover & Spain
UMAliA, MUUA1. JUfc
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
No Wheat Sold and Price it Nom
inally Thro Cents Lower, with
CORN AND OATS ARE LOWER
OMAHA. June i. IMS.
No wh.at was sold on the Incaal et
chsnse today. The wheat market was
quoted nominally Jo lower and the hold
ers of tins cereal refused to let go at
Corn receipts continue light and with
only a fair demand the corn dropped fnn
'tc to lyc and oats low.ir
The wheat market is in an oversold con
dition Had not an army of shoits with prof
its put in an appearance and absorbed
at least a part of the offering, pressing
for sale, the declines would have been
sen.atlonsl. . ,
W heat is being harvested and threshed
as well as loaded into cars for shipment
out of Trxss and southern Oklahoma, hut
as viewed from an Impartial standpoint,
the declines have been too pronounced,
as well aa too sudden.
CU -nances aeie- Wheat and flour
equal to HS.ono bushels: corn, ll.OJn bush
els; oats, 1S6.000 burhels
Uverool close: Wheat and corn not
Primary wheat receipt, were 672,0(
bushel, and shipments JWS.uiO bushels,
airainst receipts of (rto.00i bu.hels and
shipments of W7.00i bu.hels ls.t yesr.
Primary pom receipts were 4"S,00n bush
els and shipments 4X3. 000 bushels, against
receipts of 1.14V0r bushel, and ship
ments of 6t.0nn biiKhcl. la.t year.
Primary rati receipts were i'1000 bush
els and shipments IW.0il0 bu.hels. alaln.t
receipt, of tM.OOO bu.hels and shipments
Of (76,000 bushels last year.
CARI OT RIXEIPT".
These sales were reported todsy: Corn
No. S white: 7 cars, 7Uc. No. 6 white:
1 car, 70c. No. 6 white: H car, 70c.
No. t yellow: 1 oars. 71c. No. 2 yellow. 4
cars, 7trc. No. 6 yellow: 1 car. W'c; 1
car, 69o. No. 2 mixed: 2 cans. iOc: 1 csr,
Slec. No. 2 mixed: t car, 684c. Wheats
No. 2 aprlng: ear, 21.16. Oats No. 2
white: 2 cars. 4He. No. 4 white: 1 car,
46'. Sample. ' 1 oar,
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
Turkey. U.27MJ1 : No. 2 Turkey, ll.sm.k
01.27; No. 8 hard, ll Wfll 27; No. 3 har.
ll.2Mll.au; No. 4 haVd, 11.iU1; No. 1
spring, 2l.16fi1.26; No. 5 durum, ll.2nwl.27;
No. 2 durum. t.tp..2:. Corn: No. 2
white, TH4r7H4o; No. 2 white. Thq'IlV.c;
No. 4 white, 70Vff71c: No. 6 white, 't,t
"Oltc: No. 6 white. 70d7"704c: No. 2 yellow,
7071o; No. 2 yellow. 70',itrl7tc ; No. 4
yellow, 69yTOUc; No. 6 yellow, WW
65Vc: No. 6 yellow, 69tD,.v; No. 2 mixed.
Vtr70c; No. 3 mixed, 6f4tiPUc; No. 4
mixed, 684VS9e; No. 6 mixed, 68lktP.
Oats: No. 3 white, 4e',tr!Hc; No. 4 white,
4ft34f.1c. Rarley: Malting. ttac; No.
l feea, 4Wo. Rye: No. 2, ll.Otxari.OKV,;
No, 1, tv7H1.0:
CHICAGO GRAIW AND PROVISIONS
Features ( the Trading and Cleelag
Prloee Board at Trade.
CHICAGO. Juno a Too much rain
southwest and a gradual Improvement
in oash demand both here and at the
seaboard ton Jed today to lift the price
or wheat. Arter a good deal of waver
ing, the market cloaed strong at lo to
l!o net advance. Corn finished Ho off to
to up, oats at Ho decline to a rise or
Kc, and provisions with sains of Va to
Reports from Oklahoma that sn inch
of rain had fallen In th? last
twenty-four hours, and that un
less there waa a letup the har
vest prospect would be Impaired did
more than anything else to give the
wheat market genuine back bona Pre
viously, signs of a better cell from mil
lers and exporters had led to rallies
which showed quotations were not alto
gether under bearish control. The domi
nant influence, though, waa the fact that
additional storms were threatening
Oklahoma, where already much of the
growing crop was said to have become
badly tangled and lodged.
Hedging salsa and the absence early
of any good sited export or domestic
cash transactions put wheat bulls at a
disadvantage a largo part of the time
until the last half hour of the session.
Lower Liverpool cables, too, had a 'fe-
ftresslng affect but all such factors were
ost sight of later In a seemingly com
plete rout of the bears.
Uneasiness In regard to Argentina of
fers at the seaboard was largely respon
sible for a break In the corn market
The late strength of wheat with some
export buying here formed only an off
set in part. Big sales at the seaboard
strengthened the July delivery of oats.
September, however, eased off on ac
count of crop advices of a decidedly bear
Buying credited to packer carried pro
visions sharply higher. The order to
purchase came with something of a
whirl during the late bulge In wheat
Futures ranged aa followsi
Low. Clo.e. lYes'y.
I " 47v1
TJHI 20 I
10 10 I 10 MV4
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
CHA8. B. W1LUAMHON CO., Paxton
g31S. UUUg, JJWf.
FOR aVAUi lirlck building, new, mod
ern; offioo rooms below, living room
above; rants for 646 per month. Inveet
T8Bt "111 net better tnan Interest
CARTKR LAkK CLUB cottage and iuT
- ' ".-. wwv VWt 1Mb iOO,
Money to Loan
Have beautiful building lot which I will
furnish the money and build a modern
house to suit. Small first payment; bal-
K. P. WRIGHT.
Telephone: LVtuglaa UM. Walnut 6W.-0.
PILE 8. FISTULA CORBD:
Dr. B. R. Tarry cuias pllea. fistula and
other rectal diseases without surgical
operation. Cure guaranteed and no
money paid until cured. Writ for book
n rectal diseases with testtiuoniala LIL
K. it. TARRY. 248 Bee Bldg VtU
RUPTURB cured In a few d.y without
-P.'11- Jp11 or wrl,s Dr- Wrsv. M V
Bldg., Omaha. Etbllh.d 104.
- j j. : 1
IntsTEEB HALr-Thon... F. HouFkT
Bankrupt, by Order of the United
States District tlourt for Nebraska, Un
join Division. W. T. kiouders. Trustee tn
Bankruptcy for Thomas K. rlourke. will
on June 9, UOfi. at beward. Nebraska, at
14 o'clock g, m.. receive sealed bid for
all tauglhle aaoala of the bankrupt estate.
The property tn be sold consists of
tock and fixtures of one racket store
located n lots nine and twelve, block
seven, fiewgrd, Nebraska. Inventory,
All Dlds to be accompanied fey a certi
fied check for 2.40.00. Balance payable
upon transfer of title. The light to reject
gny aad all bid la reserved.
ror further Information call upon or
write W. T, Houders. Reward, Nebraaka,
Trustee for Bankrupt. J4-tat
NOTICE TO CONfRACTORS.
Bids will be received for the ereotlon
f at. Patrick church, Imogen, la., ac
cording to Plans snd Daulucallo(i pre
pared by Harry Lawrle. aroiilect 617
Paxton block, on or b.fcr II o'clock noon
June 11. lt. Bts to be addressed, to
Rev, E. Hayss, Imogens. I., and plan
esa b. een at architect' office, or at
the office of E. A Wick ham A Co., 18
hVott tit . Council Bluff., Is . and at the
residence of Rev. iOdmond Hayeav
Imogen., la. The right la reserved to
i jet l any and all bids. JldSt.
Srpt ' 10 t'n; I o ; to R.'V is 10 KJ'i
Cn-h l-tlree-Whoat: N. S red. H .' i
No. 2 hard, tlfi t.i. f.irn: N. '. ;.. t
white. 4Mif.e: sian.i.ni. ;.ijgihc. !
??!"" Hr',.'V'5'' ; T,m:,.'hV.' !
66 Ml 60. Clover. tv.'n' H " Pork, lk.
IJinl. 76. Kihs, r TV;4j 10 J, i.
KXI'JiS Lower; receipts, cases, st
m.rk, ens Im-lu.l.xl le'tttiac; ordinary
firsts. IMU'i;r-. flr.t.. KirWlle
1'ttTATl K Lower; receipts. 3! car.;
Michigan and Wisconsin, red. S4140C;
Ml.'hiu.n and Wisconsin, while. 4itf Sc.
MflTKH Stesdv . creamery, .ie;'iC
POl LTUV-Allve, higher, fowls, loc.
e York lieneral Market.
NKW YORK. June S.-PI OAR RsW,
steady: rentrlfugnl, 4.14.-; molasses, 4 1V.
Reflncl, .tendy. Futures si1van'e1 ! to
8 points early toilay on commission houee
Hl'TTKR Sieadv ; rx-lpls. l.f! tub.,
creamery, extra., iKi .cori, V;
creamery, higher worlna. SMt'.-;
firsts :1Mi2"f. second., 80 27r.
b ITT Kit firm: receipt.. 23.84 tuns:
rreamery entras. 91 iwore. Wo: crea -iery,
higher scoring fcvVU-; firsts. 17(di7'c,
sreond., I5t4( .'.
KiStlS-Kssler; re-cipt.. 15.JM iH.ee.
fre.h gathered extras. fl'J4c; extra
flr.t.. SlStii'': first. JOIMtc; second..
isttlic; nearby hennery, whites, fine to
f.ncv, 2tifi;'oc; nearby hennery, browns,
I'HEK.SK-Stesdv: rei-elpt.. S'litt hp.e.:
.late, whole milk, fre.h .iecll.. i6Sff i
17c: whole milk, average fancy, lil',c
lull ! .tV I ... b - I. ..I .,n .. i. I L .
rvi. ii ii-ui.i .". , " . i . it i ..I. -ens,
broilers. a.V-. fowls. 1' asked,
turkeys. 12c: dre..ed. quiet: western
frosen rosstlng chickens. ltiv:ic; fresh
fowls, Iced. 14'u'lV'; fresh turkeys. Iced.
wtnneasioiia traia nirini .
MINNKAPOLM. June l.-WHKAT-
July, ll.87'; Meptemher, 1.14; No. 1
bard. I.4M: No- I northern, 11W.fr
144k: No. 2 northern, i.M-ltiq.4i.
It 1 Cj .1 I ill 1. u.
CORN No. 8 yellow, tt77jo.
OATS-No. 1 white, 48V0vo.
rLA.V-4U.li I. 82
St. I.eala Urain Maraei.
T. TOPIS, June 2. WHKAT-No. I
hard. 21.81; No. 2 .ed. ll.Jfo'l.; July.
61.I24.; September, 110S; Pecember,
(XRN-No. 1 mixed, 72i,r; ino. I wntte,
74l4)c; No. 2 yellow. 72yrj74c; -No. 2, 71Vw
7.V; July, 7Z1.C; septemoer, nw, i-e-
OATO-No. 2 white, esc; no. mixea.
NEW YORK, June 2. M KTAL4-Lead,
firm at 4 4?.06; spelter not quoted.
Copper: Firm; electrolytic 118.00. The
New TVirk Mxtal ex canoe a notes tin
quiet; .pot. 237.6OrjM.0O. Iron: Steady snd
At lndon: Fpot copper 40 lte Ad; fu
ture., HI126d. Spot tin, 169 I0e; futures,
1169. Antimony, fU0Wl6. Lead. 122 8 2d.
Kpoller, 96. '
Liverpool Orala Market.
l.IVBRPOOU Jon 2.-WimATSpot,
No. 2 Manitoba, 1 6d; No. 2, lis M; No.
1 northern Ouluth, 12a 4d; No. I hard
CORN Hpot, American mixed, new, 8
lHd: I Plata mixed. 2s IVtd.
FLOUR 'Winter patents, 48 6d.
New 1 erk Money Market.
NEW YORK. June 2.-MEJRCANTILB
PAPKR IvytM per rent.
BT1CRLING KXCHANGK 60-day hills.
24.7M0; denuind, 24.7636; cables, 24.7M6.
mLVLH-riiar. 4ao; mexiran aoiiara,
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
TIUK LOANS Easy ; 60 days. v, per
rent; 80 days, 2W per cent; six months,
I per cent.
CALL MONKI weak; nig n, I4t per
rent; low, 1 per oent; rul'ng. l per cent;
last loan, IK percent; closing bid, 1 per
cent: offered at 14 per cent.
Cloning quotations on bonds todsy were
M. g. nt as, reg.... 87 21. r.o. ev. 6a 4
to aoupon 1 N. T. C. I .
V. s. . ns 10014 y r. -4tr ivii...imH
do oeuBoa l00aN. Y. 8UU. 4t...UI6
D. a. i, rc 10 N. T , N. M. a H.
4o mueoa n rr. 4 11
Psnsm. ., esupos..iWNo. pacitle 4. "
Am. Hmaltue do 8.
A. T. A T. rt. 4"4. 10441 0. g. U rf. U (s
Armour Co. 4v,a,. m,pc. T A T. Is... M
AiohlMB . 4..... tisirena eM. 4. tli
S.I. Ohio 4. j 4. no.. 41. 101 S
i,he. A Ohio 4V4S tt Resdins sen. 4a.... V
r. B. a Q 1. 4..... MHH. L a 44. F. r. 4 SI
O kt 1 P g 4H 44ga. Pea. .v. a Stti
4. o. t Mitt, ee rf. 4.
r. a s. rt. S4 a. .v. i.
D. a R. O. r(. I.. 41 go. a.ilwar 4 914
Hrl. g- 61 U.les forms 4a., , Kl
On. tilM'trl. 6.. ...104 "do ev. 4a t
HH. No. I.t 4W ... V. 8. RuhlMr I,.. .108
III. On. ref. 4. IT V. g. tHeel M 101 U
K. C. Ho. rf. U.... UtiWabMh IM M loovi
Ix a N. .l. 4...., 9li4WMI. I'.loa 4t4.... 91U
M. K. 4k T. 1st 4s, 74 W.l. Kleo. oi. 6s. .18
NOW YORK, Juna 2 COFFIM-Tha
market for coffee futures was higher to
day on covering by both near and late
month shorts and a moderate demand
from wool or foreign trade source which
appeared to be Inspired by more bullish
estimates of the world's risible supply
statement, and talk of a steadier cost
snd freight situation. The msrket opened
firm at an advanee of 4 to polnta and
dosed at a not gain of from 12 to 18
Joints. Sale, 80,20 bag; Jun. .6Tc:
uly, 6.66c: August 8.67c; September, 6.c;
October, 168c; November, l.tttic; Decem
ber, 6.40; January, l.7ic; February. 4.75c;
March. 8.78c; April, 6.13c; May, 6 Mc.
Boot, qtijet: Rio No. 7. 7c; Hanto No.
4, 944c, Coat and freight offer from
Hi ill were re porta about 6 to 10 polnte
higher. European estimate indicate a
decrease of about 736,000 bag In th
world visible supply for the month of
May, compared with a decrease of 632,747
or thesame month last year,
Rio 76 re Is lower. Santo unchanged.
Rio exchange on London l-82d higher.
Kansas City Live Stack Market.
KANSAS CITT, Mo., June 1-CATTL.H
Receipts, 1.600) hean: steady; prima fed
steers, 28.76iU9.00; dressed beef steers,
16 004)8.70; western steers. I7.6utta.90;
lockers and feeders, lii.aVS6.26; bulls,
6.imii7 2A; calves. 26.ji1u.U0.
llOUtt-Ilecelpts, 8.0U) head; lower; bulk,
17.4617.66; heavy, 274607.62; packers and
butchers. 17 6.66, light, 17.S04T7.il1.;
pigs. t A&lM.
KHKiOl'-Rsrelpt, 4,200 head; higher;
lamb.. 2S.6WH1.I0: yearling. 170-ttta5;
wethers, 6.7M(r.00i ewes. 86 604 14
NEW YORK, June 3. OOTTON-44pot,
quiet: middling uplands, 89.76; no sales.
Cotton futures opened steady; July,
4o ; October, 9.76o; December, 10 02c;
January. 10.06c: March. 10 20c,
Cotton futur closed ftnn; July, 9.57c;
October, 9.92c; December, 10.18c; Janu
ary, 10. tic; March, U).4kc.
The cotton market closed firm at a
net Kaln of from 16 to 26 points.
IJVKIU'DUI,, June 8. l.UITON-Hpot,
fle.dy; pood mldilllnr. 6.66d; middling,
6.22a; low middling, 0 wa; sales, i.ouu bales.
Omaka Hay Market.
OMAHA, June 8-PRAIRIK IIAY
Chntc upland, I8 60I4(i0: No. I. IKI'KXd'
116"; No. 2. Ill.OMmi.OO; No. 2, 1 0610 00,
Choice midland. 113 80: No. 1, lil ted 13 00;
No. 2. 810.Su(11.60: No 8. 3.fln7MO 00;
Choice lowland, 811 00; No. 1. Ill OOiull.60;
No. 3. llOOirtlin.tiO; r.o. x, g7.lim.uo.
STRAW Nona on the market. Cholc
wheat is quotable at 2"i.10t ft).
ALFALFA Practically no demand for
alfalfa unless it Is No. 1 choice.
No. 1 and choice, lll.OOfl 14.00; No. 2,
l.oadoa A lock Market.
LONDON, Jun I American seen titles
responded ta the batter sentiment In Nw
York, but . trading was quiet. Am. Is
mated Copper and United State fusel
were the firmest share on th list The
olo.lng wss firm.
gll.VEK-Bsr 13 6-14J per ounc.
M0NBYII4 414 per cent.
PISCOt.'NT RATKH ahort hills, 2
24 per tent; thro meath. ! U-i4J', per
St. Joseph Lie Stock Market.
ST. JOflBI'H, Juna 2. -CATTLE-Receipt.
l.kO head; market luwer; steer,
87.OuC9.00: cow and h.lf.rs, 14.6XT 71;
HOGS Receipts, 9.000 lieod; market
lower; tap, 17 MVt; bulk of sal, 17 409
fcHKKP ANO LAMBS Receipts 1,009
h4; mark. I slow; lamb. ilO.ObxTU.IO.
'1 1 ' ,
rtrr Oeea. Market.
NEW TORK, June l.-DRT GOODS
Cotton sood. ninrlei were oulrt 1 J.v.
Yarn were dull. Men' wear aergee for
tiring season were offered at very slight
aavance or at nut pn a witnoul luruial
opening. Raw silk, values were easy.
'1H..I6 i i- -XII- LB
'""'.Mmi 1IVP CTflPY MARKET
Vliinwn LI I U U I Wit UinilltUl
Good, Strong' Trade in Cattl--Lm02
Rail T- W4 fW. K-
ANOTHER SLOW DAY IN HOGS
Nirtll OMAHA, -una A. 1816.
Official Tuesday . .
Cattle TTeae. Sheep.
.. 24.6 .. :1
Pour d.vs hls week.16,74
ei.u. . I - . m I - -. u i. in
' U... .1... A V , I .
Same ri.s 3 wks. ao.l7,1.
fntre days 4 k. ago.11. 7)
.'Mine days last year. .11.675
The rollowtng t.ble .hows 4t, receipts
ef rattle, hog. and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for the year
to date, as compared with ls.t year:
Vi. 1914 Ino. Dec.
t'.ttle 440 3M.a X4,ti72
Hogs I.4IK.4ii.I l,la,S 247,,
J'heep Sj. KJ l.tMI.686 6.l1-7
The following table .hows t'e average
price for hoss at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few a.ys, witn
rte I lll. rll4. lll.'19U. lail.ilSlO 1
. ' J '
May It I 7 at I 8 HI I I ff! I M I M
M.v 10.1 7 81 6 I 6 Mi 7 6M 4 711 9 2l 6 M
May 111 T leVI 8 14 1 8 24, 7 4i 1 9 41 7 01
M.v j 7 2t , 8 li, 2 ' 7 a. 6 641 I
ml i i 7 4Si 6 M 9 41
May 24. 7 XIV
I 8 8i 7 44 t( , 97
IIW (7 4.. :: 9 I'.'i I I"
Ma... Ik 7 1m'
jiny j jimu.
May 2, 7 41 J
U.y W 1 7 4C
May V9. 1 7 4ti
7 r7i 40 S
6 Oil 8 Ui T H 141
6 W 6 ;7 7 M
8 r 1 14
9 3, 7
I l 2 41! 7 26! 6 8B I 7 02
V im at a it id A Hi ft 111
i 9 $i 7 121 & 74l 9 M 7 11
7 90! I 1 17! 7M i i 7 14
7 Ml 7 7 6 71 f 34 t 14
7 84,l ? Ml I 221 7 161 I Til t (' 7
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the I'nlon Stock Yards. South Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at 2 p. m.
tl K-K1 PT8Ti RS.
Cattle. Hog Bheep H'r's.
C. M. A St P 1 2
Missouri Pacific ..1 1
Union Pacific 17 41 2
N. W.. eaat.. 9 I
C. N. W.. went.. 26 80
C, Ht. P., M. A O. 7 1
d.. B. U.. eaat.... t
C. B. A Q , west... 21 21 I
C It 1. V.. esst. 1
C., It I. P.. went 1
Illinois Central II..
Chi Oreat Western 1 , 1
Total receipts.... im 118 I
Morrle A Co 17 l.Mf. ll
wtft A Co 6M 1AH
Cudahv Packing Co.... AI 1,411 6W
Armour A Co 660 4,!
Schwarta A Co 131
J. W. Murphy 1.04
So. Omaha Pack. Co... 11
Kenton, Vanaant A L. . 9 .... ....
F. B. Iewts 64
J. H. Root A Co 1
S. H. llulla 77
U F. Hnss 68
H F. Hamilton 19
"ulttvan Hros 21
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.. 1
Christie 8 ....
John Harvey 3
Other buyr 11 .... 167
Totels TlM 9.961 LBJ0
r4TTi.Bilnlv a mod. rats run of cat
tle showed up today, about 8.900 head, or
less than half aa many a were here last
Thursday. Tha quality, howaver, tj
very fair and on account of th limited
offering It looked a tr tne aemana we
rather better than on Wednesday. Price
muvmI friwn te4v IA a UlOi BtrOUBOI.
v,.,. ...iH.rimi tlia .c that the cattle
did not take on a very good fill on account
of th weather, tha bulk of tha sale 1 will
ehow up very nil oeiter tnan 7
Prim yearling are tl1l quoted up
around lli.Oi). while tha best of the heavy
cattle are bringing around M .76. For
choice beeve this Is about 10c lowr than
a week ago, while the general run of
medium and heavy ratlin haw declines
raining from 10o to w. .
ft,- .nri.A nn w ana heifer QIO
not show th sam ctlvltr tht fhar
cteriaed th trad yterdjr and axoept
on choloe heifer look valu wra a
hade lower. Local price for ha took
have been high a compared J'
point for oma tlm and all s'asaas of
buyer howd a disposition to chaPJ
tip If poslbI ody. A compared with
a wk ago value ino
Chang. Veal calve, bull. tags, to;.
were In uual good requeat and quota bly
rjir.. "...a., V.i.in.H In atocker and
feeder wa vry laie. dh ' ."."-"T
llghtwlght stuff found a good out at
. . . m. t,., -.n ih seneral run of
stock cattle 'snd feeding steers th 1 trad
compared with a work ago I hers ha
been no particular enang, . .
ouoiation on eettla: 4ood to eholos
variinss. u.4n 00: good to chatoa aom
fed beevea. 18 261 71; fair to good oorn
:a is.lfhn 9: common ta
cornfed nev, i.iru..vv.
good ta ehotoe
t7.OOti6.00; good to enoice cows,
: fair ta good eowe, 6. 7454 60;
14 6W7 60
common to fair cow, I2.764J0.T9; grOd to
rhotc stlck.r and fa;r.
flr to good torkr aad feedera, 17 00j
1.60, common to fair steckam and feed
er. 4,00(n.00; slock htfr. wwoo;
tock cow. 6.Tf.04: stook aalva. M6
C4 60; v.al cZlree. IIOO191S.: fat bulla
stags, etc.. W.bftr7.26; stock bulla .0O
A. Pr. Na , Pr.
.... n 7 21 t i 18
.... i 4 4 II 114 6 4
....1011 I M 14 1411 9 46
....1174 4 91 (4 i I 4
.. .ItW M 8 144 I M
HYLIC RH AND II KI ultn.
414 7 4 II Til 8
.... M IN 1 444 6 It
.... 7 It 6 1 11 14 I 44
....1044 6 II II 714 I 14
.... 744 I M
.... M 10. I
.... M It) 1 7 M
.... iu 1 at 4 sta 7
4 efociofiHs' AND FEEDERS
7 Tl 7 II ...144 J 4
4 474 7 t Ill 7 T4
. , i., t u IS art T M
HOGS Fresh receipt wer on tho mod
erate order, amounting lo aomethlnf like
VU car, or 8.i0 head, but with a thirty-Ihree-rer
holdover th total assorlmsnt
.s fairly liberal. Total run for the
four days Is 49,6.'4 head, being 11,000 heav
ier than last week, 19.000 larger then a
ear ago and the heaviest for any simi
lar period sines March.
All told buyer hd a prtly flr how
Inil lo pick frem. nd Willi eller were
asking stronger money, all buyers were
bearish. Shippers wanted hogs at leas
money, and salesman war playing for
a steady market the purchases of out
siders were not very heavy. Hucu hogs
they succeeded In buying were week
ti a nickel lower, most of them Belling
at 17.8.-W7.I7V, with a fw a high a
Packer wer slow tn starting out.
Yesterday' trad wound up in vry un
asttsfaotory shspe with Armour A Co.
taking a bearish stand and buyer did
not seem to know exactly where to begin
this morning. Wh.l early hid were made
ranged largely around 17. 30, that Is, a
nickel lower than ytrday's avarag, or
steady with th extreme close, and at
that one or two buyers were not making
any offers at all. Sellers wer asking
tsady to strong prlrea. and up to a late
hour th trade was gt complete stand
still. In th end buyers were forced to com
croas, and whan they finally started lo
make thslr purchases, value war al
most steady with yesterday. One a trad
ing baala was atbilhed. It did not take
long to clean up most of the offerings.
On the extreme clone prtoe waknd a
llitl .but there wern't many hegs I. ft
at this tims.
Htg string of th sales was made at
27 86, with a few of Ihe pecker on either
Id, and lop reached 17.40. Owing to th
fact that th few hog that aold on th
low close yesterday wore not weighed
up In time to be quoted, today' trade
how up weaker than it really wa, and
gt th outside, prices innot be quoted
any wor than steady to a shade
lower, while the moot of the sales looked
nearly toady with yesterdsy s average.
Ht. A . Pr Ha SO. Pr
T m T IM ,. is
i4 14 ... T kfe
1 4. ...... 1 T
rr lit im 1 nt
t an ... 117.
10 IM ... 1 Lt
I so w ... 1 at
BHELP 4Supplie eontlnusd very raod-
state, and fre.h receipt, were e.MmahM
st only five csr. or l,y ked. Total re
ceipt for tho week to d.te Is 7.040 head,
ss sln.t 13..94 hed last week, 4,07 head
two week ago and ll.sx: heed last year.
The run remains the smallest of tho
year, and, In fact, the llahteet stneo tho
la.t week of June, two years ago.
There wss omr limited assortment
here todsv. and the trade rn lambs opened
out with Ihe feeling stronger. The first
sale m.de wss that or two iosds nt good
weighty cMppers, st 110.V, the same aa
ve.tenUv's best fig ire. which was the
highest ever paid here. Halanoa of th.
supply as. of a lc desirable sort ano
tn. cr. took more tlnie to make their
selections, hut In the end all the fre.h
stuff wa. rlr.ned up at price that were
generally quoted a Hrl'c higher, th
later sale being made largely around
110.16. A w noted, today' top w
no better -than W edn.slHy s. but taking
weights Into consideration, showed s.
nurh advance a the other grate., and
a prohahl that imrthlng choice on
he light order would have reached 110.60
'urrent nrti-e on the bcttr sort of
imlia show an advance of around HMftiOc
over the close of l.t week. There were
no springer, here today.
There were no irel sneep or any sort
here today, hut yeetenlay's prices were
firm and some trsdets thought them
.trongcr. Comparatively speaking, ewe.
have been elllng way cut of line with
amh., and local sh?pn:en are Inclined
o believe thst If lamhs hold their pres
ent tipwsrd course, sny good ewes thst
.hop up will share in tne advance. On
the basis of the ssle. made yesterdsy,
best ewes r.n he quoted as high aa 26.75,
lth the common grades low as 14.lv
and culls on down.
uuolstlons on sheep ana lambs: Light
shorn lambs, UO.OctT lO.foi; heavy, shorn
smb.. It &o 10 Sf' nn I smb., lin.Oli
1.' 26; shorn ewes. t4.K"t&."o.
4V clipped 'nihs
M shorn lambs
123 feeiters lamb
101 shorn lamb
rillCA4. I.IVB STOCK MARKET
faille riraa lloa Stead yw-lkeen
CHICAGO. Juna &-CATTTJC RaoalntsL
S.OOO head: market firm; natlvo beef
teers, 84.90i&a.8O; western steer, 2K.ft0i9
8 10: cc-s nl heifers, 63.20trS.76; calves.
Ht4 Racelpts. lUOOO head: market
steady to 6c lower; bulk of sale 87.409
71; light 27.2Mi76; mixed, 7tf76;
heavy, W9Cti7.oo. rough, H-7.16. pigs,
SHUlhU' AND LAMBS Receipt. t.Affl
head; market wak ahaetx 24.40i51.2o;
St. Lleo Stook Markwt-
PI. iaj 1) 1 , nv.. un VAllwne"
Raoelpt. 1.700 head: higher, natlva baef
steer, 17.tM(.!tt; yearling, st.ors and
heifers, l0UK j JO; oowo. 6 (r7.); stock-
ers and feeder. 8n.0uttrl.86: southern
ateer. 9MMI6; 004 and heifer. 84.40a1
660; native oalvea, 8AO(W.2fj.
HOGS Receipt, 6.UUS head: lower: (rigs
and lights, 14.M4f7.20; mixed and batch
ers. 7.ntr7.SO; good heavy, 7.66fl?.en.
r 1 1 .Hi'., . . w, iw , 1 1 .vivuii
clipped native rmittons, 86.00t6 00; clipped
lamb, I 00040.26; aprlng lam no, flD.WO
Slaws Clr IAva Staolc Market.
810UX CITT. la.. June I.-CATTLF.-
ReielDts. 000 head: market steady:
native steer. 17.1ktfa.8S: butcher. 16.7MD
cow and heifer. tx.OOfjfl. 10; oannera.
83.7W7 86: bull. ataa, etc. 86-60O7.26.
HOGS Receipt e, ,0i0 head; market 60
lower; heavy, 17 KPVn-7.46; mixed. I7.20K9
fflU. 1 1 V. tT.ILf.f7m. hllf m mm
BiiKKP iieoetpts, euv neaa; marvet
firm; ewes, 15.60.
Er.por.te4 Apples aad Dried Pewits
KFW YORK. Juna I KVAPORATED
APPLKR lull and nominal.
DR1KD FRUITS Prune, firm Anrl
eots and peaches neglected. Raisins,
quiet but steady.
Tells Woman's Club
North Side Needs No
- High School of Owe
Dr. B. Holortclilner. member, of th
Board ef Education, addressed) tha Omaha
Federation of Mothers' Cluba at tha
Young Man' Christian association. Tha
speaker xprwsed himself strongly In
favor of a new commercial high actiool
and 'opposed to tha establishment of
a hlrh school In the north Part of tha
city, which matter la being pushed by
northslder. Dr. Holovtohlnar maintained
that tha Central High school la still the
beat location for a school of tls kind.
Tha bane fits of all vocational schools
wer advocated by th apeaksr.
Every Omaha mother will attend a plo
nle this summer, if plana of tha mother'
club carr. A serlea ef pionloc are bahig
arranged to which svry mother will ba
Tha mothers will 1 aspect the Alamlte
dairy Juna 17, - under tha supervialoo of
Afrs. Harriet MacMurphy, tha saw
ho teas at tha dairy.
Smelter Watchman ,
Shot by Men Trying
to Steal Bullion
At an early bear yesterday ana mt
two thlavae shot Joseph Sherlock, night
watchman at the plant of the American
Smelting and Refining company. In the
leg. However, Sherlock saved tha bul
lion that tha men were trying; to stent.
A csr of bullion arrived during: tke
night and was witched to tha matter
yard. Between midnight and daylight
Sherlock noted two men near tha ear.
He approached where they whore they
were standing and ordered tAam away.
They went, but before doing: so, one of
them fired a revolver, tha bullet paaatnc
tn rough the flashy part ef Bharlook's
leg, between the thigh and tha knee.
They then escaped. Sherlock was taken
to tho Clarkaon hospital. While some
what painful, his wound Is not considered
Auto Hits Boy and
Speeds on Its Way
A wsll dred young man driving a
racing automobile did not stop or even
low down whan hi auto ran Into Oliver
Holmes, 14, and knocked the lad from
hi bicycle, according to a polloe report
The boy, who Uvea at 1(29 North korty
lghth atreet, received bruise en his
right arm. hip and knee, but was able to
Neither the driver ef the oar nor hi
auto number wa ascertained. H was
accompanied by a young woman. The
cedent happened In Hanseom park oa
Commissioner Jardine of the publio Im
provement department ha Introduced or
dlnanc.es for repaying of the following
streets: Twenty-fourth, Cuming t Pat
rick avenue; Twentieth, Pierce to Lin
coln avenue; Tenth, Mason to Will lam.
Insofar ss may be possible the praaant
surface will be rtlald. This work Will be
within the operation of tha new paving
law which empower th council to order
repaving withia a mile aad a ha1 of tha