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TIIFi BKK: OMAHA, SATUKDAY, JUNE 12, 1915.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKETlGRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Ran of Cattle it Light, but the De
mud on Part of the Fackeri
BHTEP COimiTUIS TO BE FIRM
SOUTH OMAHA. June 11. 191s
Cuttle. Ho. Sheep.
Official Monday 4 C " ''
Official Tueday 4.t.-t 10..KI
f fb-tnl Wednesday ... 4 11.01
Official Thureday $,7 U.i
Kstlmate Friday ."
Demand for Cash Wheat i$ Light
and Market Set Back Another
CORN MARKET FAIRLY ACTIVE
Five daye lotala 1.M
fUme ds laat week..l7.W 67,625
Sum t weeks mo 20.121
Heme i wki mo W.2W W-;i
fi.ma 4 wki aco 17.17 .'
fme daira laat ear...ll.HT .
Th following table shows tha recelpta
of cattle, hose and sheep at tha South
Omaha llv stock market for tha year
tu date, as compared with laat year-
isli. 1914. 1n. Ic
Cattle 4.'A.X $70.M W.4
Hoga 1.40.771 1.11M) JO.W6
JShep HZ.U l.M.J 7I MK
The following tale ahowi the average
rk-e for hum at the roi'th Omaha, live
:ork market for the laat few daye, with
Date. HH4.iH.iiia.lia.nM i
ly I7. 1
I Oil 4S
S Ut 17!
7 Ml 4l
f m e
1 JO) Ij i4 T7 7 14
7 Ml i 7 n
7 Ml I It I I
I ul I l; t in ( kit 18
I tt 7 36 k 1b W 7 M
1li 7 SS i (3
M Al 1 7 & Mil
77i 7 4-ii k&l Ul 7 U
7 7 44. i W t Si J w
T S7I I SHI 7 45 Wl 36 7 4.)
7 H I 47 7 43 Ml 1
OMAHA. June II. 115-
The demand for raah wheat waa -rerdlngly
light today, and the market
received another aetback of 4 cent. The
wheat receipt were very light and there
waa only a few cara aold.
The rorn market was ralrly artlve and
there waa a pretty good demand for all
Hill ytnow corn aoia an uvinw ac
lo m centa above the mlied. The mar-
ira vain 1 ui wi hkih, inc. n w
ln very little demand for that cereal.
i ne oat market declined c.
The price of wheat la not low, and.
with th new crop at hand aod with
huvere raiitlnua. the bull aide will con
tinue unpopular for aome time. Th-re
will be a fair-ailed movement of new
wheat In the near future, and the ques
tion now la whether or not the buying
power will be equal to the movement of
Clearancee were: Wheat and flour equal
to 6;4,f) biithel; corn. K6.00O buahela;
oata. 74. VIO l.uehels.
Mverpool Knot wheat. 7o to So lower.
Corn, Hd higher to Hd lower.
Primary wheat recclpta were M8.000
huahel and ahtpmenta M4,lX buaheui.
agalnat receipt a of ' 477.01) tmahela and
ahtpmenta of (80,000 buahela laat year.
lrlmary corn rex-el ft were MO.OOQ buah
ela and ahlpmenta M6,nnD buahela, M"lnt
recelma of A,0no buahela and ahtpmenta
of KMI.ono buahela laat year.
Primary oata recelpta were 424.000 buah
ela and ahlpmenta 427,000 buahela, againat
recrilpia of a,ono buahela and ahlpmenta
of mT7,0D0 buithel laat year.
CATTLE Recelpta, M uauai on Friday,
wera comparatively, una 11. in fact, thara
waa hardly enougn of a aupply on aale
to afford a eat1eiertory line on the con
dition of the market. Demand from p'-"
era waa apparently ery urgent and there
waa little or no lnqlry for ehtpptng ao
ecnt, ao that although there were com
paratively few cattle here, they moved
very elowlv and at pricee not materially
different from yeaterday. For the week
tiie trade ha been la very aetUfoctory
nape aa far a the good to choice fln
Inhed beevea are concerned. Theae enow
ail average advance at liajrlic. On the
other band, the medium ami common
lallv anWhlna ahowlng graaa.
hea been hard to MI at unevenly lower
future. In a word all claaaea or buyer
ure paying mora attention to quality
than recentlv, and while the well fatted
and flnlehed are aelltng to better "Jvan-ta-e
than a week ago, the half fat and
graaay klnda are unevenly lower and
Eard to move. . .
In cowa and helferg the market naal
been pretty much the aame aa In beef
teera. Oood to choice dry-lot atock he
found a ready aaW right along at atea.ly
tigurea. whlie the graaay Bluff '"mlng
In competition with aouthern cattle ha
been running toward a lower bala and
how all of a lOfflta decline for the
week. Veal calvea are cloalng nout 2"0
ktgher, with beat vealera up to 11060, but
bulla, ataaa. etc., are hardly aelllng
aell aa a week ago. .
Volume of bualnea In itoek cattle and
Ceding ateera liaa been comparatively
low all week, with no material change
b price. Httlotly good to choice radea
St all weight have boen ex-arce and
ftuotably atrong while the medln m and
?ommon klnda have been In Indlf ferent
reoueat and have aoM unevenly througn-
Uuotatlona on cattle: Oood to cholea
yearllnga, &.lf 15: good to choice corn
Jed beevea. $ " to good corn
ied bvea. S.1j; common to fair
cornfed beevea, $7.(000; good to choice
heifera, $7.0tvf7.76; good to choice cow.
MWKQ7.M; fair to good cowa );
common to fair cowl. 4 00.7a : good I lo
choice etockere and feedera, I7.e.10:
fair to good atockera and feedera, S7.0V4J
?.; common to fair atockera and fead
ra. le.OWi.oO; atock heifera. W.0n4S7.;
lock cowa, I6.754J6.tr: atook calvea, t.Xit
; veal calvea. fg.00jri0.2e; fat bulla,
vtaga, etcH Si.KW.SC; stock bulla. SiOOtf
HOOS-Thera waa a fair Friday run on
and, aome 120 cara. or ,7 head enow-
jng up. wiin ioe rxvrpuon vi wuhumi
hTa la the llhteat run of the week.
Tntal for the five dura la 4S.6f.l head, be
ing l.ouo amaller than a week ago, but
p.0 larger than or the same week
I'h. aurr.lv rrji largely to heavy butch-
r end heavloe tnla luorulrig, and ship
ping hok'i on the light mixed order waa
acarce. wnai waa uori iuuwu wmrij m
nearly steady price, but shippers com
ulaliied that Quality waa not nearly so
ood aa on other days of tha week. Moat
t the ahipplng aalea were made around
;.4ii7. v.ith a few aa big a m wi.v,
auuaitng yeelentay's top.
owing to t'ie increaaml percentage of
tieavy hoga the avenue auowed a full
fcoiOj utcitne. Bulk vt tha killer sale
was mail around 17. HflM. with a good
showing of heavies aa low aa 17.20, and
aome big rou(.h paokera down to tl.UU.
The bulk of ail the aalea waa quoted ait
7.VU7J. and ihere was a sprinkling on
Ithir aide of theae figuree, tops reaching
'i Ut. This moiniiig aread of fi.Mu;
7. bo waa tne wiueai tor a lung time.
blittP-iteoeipla Ihla illuming totaled
four cars, or about l.om head, and, aa
one of theae was consigned direu. tha
day's offMrluga conMatvd of only three)
tars. Total for tha week Ja . head,
being over l.Ouu abort of laat week, ana
7w smaller than both laat week and a
year aao. Thla week's run Is smaller
than fur any similar period sine Christ
maa week, lAt7, when only 6.20 head
Wer received during the fliat five day.
twee, wliU'b, have been strengthening
tip all week, continued firm today, and
aome good US-pound range stock landed
aa high as ta.00. For the week prices are
easily to a quarter higher, and, aa It waa
dmimn! rated yeateriltty that choice
atorJi would reach S4.?6, tope are too
better than laat week'a closing quota
ttona Tula week'a strength In ewea has
borne out the prediction made laat week
by aome of the local sheepmen that If
laniba continued to hold eironger owe
would ahar In the gtneral uplift, laat
week'a close waa the row point for the
year In the aged sheep trade.
' Ciuotatlona on sheep nnd Inmbe: Iambi
gwd to hoh-e, SlO.arTno 75:. lambs, fair to
good, S6uulO.S5: lamb, aprlng. $10 0m
J 1Tb; ewea, good to choice, t6.bmt)CX
ewes, lair to guoa, M.wmit.oo.
Kaneea City Ill
Ht. lioula SO
rales reported todsy:
Wh eat-No. t
hard winter: 1 car. SI .11. No. t hard
wlt.ter: I car. 11. lot. Hve No. S: 1 car.
11.074. Torn-No. 1 white: 1 car. 70c.
No. t white: 1 car, to. No. S white:
4 cara, Wc. No. 1 yellow: 11 cara, ftfei.
No. S yellow: cara, 0c. No. t mixed:
1 car. Wc; I cara, Wt'o. No. I mtsed:
5 cars, c; S car, 7c. No. I mixed:
1 car. 7W. No. mixed: 1 car. CiHo;
I car. (T7c. Pample: 1 car, 4c: car, 30.
ats Standard: 1 car, 44ic. No. S white,
cara, 4Jo. Tno. 4 white: S cars. 43e.
Sample: 1 car, 41Vo.
Omaha Caah' Prices Wheat: No. S
turkey, O llMll.U; No. S turker, Sl.ll
114; Tlo. I hard. I L10Sviri.il: No. a hard.
ll.on'AWl.lu'; No. hard. $1 OOftl.W; No.
spring. Sl.004,1.10: No.. S durum. SL1SOI
rs; No. durum. Sl.llvl.li. Corn. No.
white, apvufrtpkc; No. 3 white. SviirwHc;
M.. A v 1 . 1 1 CMU.HIU. N1a a wl. II- MUA
W4c; No. 4 'white, SSV4c; No. I. yellow,
fUf&c; No. S yellow. b'Wr; No. i
yellow, t74t'irH4c; No. S yellow, 7mto:
No. yellow, 7144'74e: No. t mixed.
M'.itWKNc; No, S mixed, 7fio.; No. 4
mixed. 67VMJT744C: No. S mixed, tiftiirc:
No. mixed, 67tN7Vr: sample, mixed, 6Xd
: Oata: No. S white, 44Htf44c; stand
ard. 44tt44'c; No. I white, 44-.')c; No.
white. 4a.4.1'c. Parlev. Malting. Kt
Mr: No. 1 feed, 2IV. flya; No. 2, I.W
J1.07Vki No. 8, Sl.06tiT1.0ftH.
CHICAQO GRAIN AND PROTllIOt
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK MARKKT
Cattle Vaeettled lloaa
PH1CAOO. June 12 fATTUi-Recelpta
l.l'O head: market unsettled; native lx-
sers. t-7r'(J'.&0; weetern atefta, 14
Sib; Kuwe and lielfera, Ui&'u&.tt, calves.
II I ."5.
M Mi Receipts, l,aJ head; market
weak Pf lower; bulk or aaJea, 17 7
litn, iTKitii.ia: mum, Wltsalm: heavy.
TfOi-al.fc; rough, S7.Ouv7.lS; piga, Sc..t
HIIKKP W I-AUBB Receipts, (.ino
hrNil niarket steady; ahe p, Iuing7.i0;
lambs, 7 Ting 10.56; springs. Ivuwull.w.
krts were firm. Ready to wear lines for
fall will be ready July IS.
ftRvV TURK UE.IERili MARKET
Qaotatleas af the Pay VaHeas
NTCW YORK. June ll.-FXOUR Barely
VIIKAT-Spot, firm; No. 2 red, t1.2v.
ani No 4 hard. tl.SMV c. I f.. New Vork,
export billed; No. 1 northern, Duluth,
ll.AV and No. 1 northern. Manitoba,
c I. f., Uuffalo. Futures unsettled;
July, II .is.
i:im.-urot firm: No. 1 yellow, mc,
uatk-tl nrm: atannard. t4"4c; ro.
I white. Mc: fancy clipped white. UVk'f
HOPR Qulot; slste. .common to cfioice
1M, Itui3c; Palfle coast 1914, l'JtalJc;
HIDKA-Dull: Bogota. Sic: Central
l-FATHKR rirrn: hemlock firsts. 32c:
PROVISIONS Pork, ateady; meas. S100
fjl (: family, S'.'l.oufriM.m; short clear.
Sl Wtt.M. Ffeef, quiet; meaa, tli.Vm ;
family SIS W-30.60. Lard, easy; middle
weM, f ae.Sri.
TATtxiw-ulet: city, 6e; country,
c; apecial, Vc
BUTTER Firm; receipts, 11.601; 4o to
EOOS I'nsettled: recelpta, 1S.7M cases;
fresh gathered extras, S2'''liS,c: extra
firsts. IUfl4c; aeeonla, iftuflSo; flrata,
lS42oVtcj nearby hennery, whites, fine to
fancy, NHir'i&c; nearby hennery, browns,
ClliuEflTa fnettled; receipts, 1.S01
boxes; state flate and twins, colored or
white specials, l&H&lMaC; average fancy,
POl L.TRT-Alive. firm: western chick
ens, broilers, fowls, 16V4jiltio; tur
keys. li-tflKc lreaed. Irregular; western
roasting chickens, fresh, 2uiKi-; broilers,
2c; fowls, 14H3lte; turkeys, iy17c.
Mlnaea polls Grata) Market.
MINNEAPOUft, June 11.' W11RAT
July, 1 IKS: Beptember. S1.0KV; No. 1
hard. 11.24; No. 1 northern. 1.2oa,itH.nT;
No. S northern, Sl.lltiTl S.
FIjOI'R Declined: fancy natents. SAftO:
first cleara, picn; aecond clear $4.20.
n A nut: TVKK.
RTE ll.Uw'l 12.
COBN-No. S yellow, aai-fno.
OATH No. S white. 4fr346c
NEW TORTC. June ll.-K-OTTON-ffpoL
quiet; middling uplands, t.The: sales. 371
Th cotton market closed firm at a net
advance of t to 9 point
Futurea closed firm; July, 1.64c; Octo
ber. S2c: December, 10.19c; January,
10 2ftc; March. 10.4c
Futurea opened steady; July, t.4&o: Oc
tober, Sft4c; Iecember, 10.11c; January,
WlfW; March. ia40c.
I.IVERPOOU June H.-XyTTON Spot,
?ulet; price steady. Oood middling,
9M; middling. t.S7d; low middling. 4.SM.
Sales C,000 Piles.
Oaaaba Hay Market.
OMAHA. June 10. HAT-Cholr tin-
land. 118 orvfrll so; No. 1. lit Sfflt.00; No.
1 H0 8iailM; No. S. S7.00AJS00: eholce
midland, Sll60nS.O0; No. 1, SlSMVsaiM;
No. S, SlO.Ouflll.'); No. a r7.0Q(t00; rholoe
lowland. sn.oini.B0; No 1. SinsOLOO;
No. S. S ftomO.OO; No. S, MOOg.OO.
STRAW None on tha market: choice)
wheat la quotable at S4.0OH6.60.
ALFALFA None on the market: tin
demand to speak of exoentlng for choice
and No. 1 old; No. 1 and. choice alfalfa
Ik quotable at S11004P14.00: No. x. tsomfs
Feat area of tha Tr-edlagr aad CI
Prieet Hoard of Trade
CHICAOO. June 11. Notwtthatahulng
that wheat at one time broke today to a
new low price for the IBIS crop, the mar
ket taken as a whole had a decided tip
stand. Influenced by opinions that sooner
or later export demand would coma with
rush. Closing quotations were atrong
at lo to 4o above last night. Corn
gained lfnio to lSffflVo net and oata
To to lflU'ieo. In provisions tha outcome
sried from So to 47Vo decline.
Desertions In the hear aide of tha wheat
market ahowrd a notable Increase, with
aome commission houses raising tha cry
that an approach to dollir wheat In war
time had gone altogether too far. Re
gardless of a fresh decline at Liverpool,
ne maraei nera was given a swift ad-
anco almost as soon as tradlnc be ran
Wet weather In the aouthweat. where the
harvest 1 at hand, had a dullish effect,
especially as reports from Kansas said
close examination of tha crop seemed to
Indicate that filling had made no head
way, -men came a quick sag In value,
accompanied by assertions that export
ers were persistently holding off.
mier developments that soma Euro
pean business had been done In Chicago
helped materially to put tha wheat mar
ket again on tha upgrade. It waa defi
nitely announced that ISO.OOO buahela of
in rno. i red winter had been sold here
for export. The moat actlva buvera or
July on the final advance were concerns
largely Identified with the transatlantic
Complaints that owing to wet wsathar
corn la getting a late atart in many of
the chief producing atatea tended to make
that cereal relatively firmer than wheat.
Kesiaaa, seaDoara demand for caah corn
was again In evidence. Oata traders gave
most of their attention to tha course of
a leading speculator who covered short
sales to the extent of 2,000.000 liushels.
"" iw waa tea ravoraoia man. has
recently been tha case.
"top loss selling carried provisions
sharply lower. Weakness In the hog
market, together with a fail
caah demand, appeared to be mainly re
sponsible for the break.
Futures ranged as follows:
Artlclel Open. I High
Keaeaa City 11" Stark Market.
KANSAS CITY, June II CATTt,H
Recelpta, x head; market ateady; prima
fed steers. Sft 044.0: dreaeed beof atoan.
7 M)8.0O; western steers, S7.268A.&0; gtock
ers and feeders, 16 40tt40; bulls, S4.009
.; caivij, .ai?iriu.uo,
HOOS-Receipt. S,W; market higher:
bulk of sales, tl.VWI.tV; heavy, t7.AJkfrT.7ft;
packers and butcher. S7.aB,go; light.
I7.1MJ7M; pigs. S.ft0".W. "'
SHEEP AND IAM-Ba-Recelpts,
head; market steady; Inmbe, Sjl. Outfit ftrt;
yearling. S7.76U26; wethers, S0.C0iB4S.76;
St. Joseph Lira Stark Market.
HT. JOSEPH. June 11. CATTLJO Ra
le " xead. Market steady; steer,
S7.0OBS.26; oows and heifers, ti.6OM.00;
HOOS-Reoelpts, 4.000 head. Market
on lights steady, henries lower, too.
17 76; bulk of aalea. S7 (KvtR.TB.
SHEEP AND I-AMB-Reents. STO
head. Market steady; lambe, .60lL0ft
1 0ft 1 0RU
1 0SH 1 0614
fcwpt.1 10 76
Us. Close. ITes y.
1 OS I
IT Sft I IT MS
I 10 34l 10 74l 10 774
Chicago Caah Prlcea Wh . ki-
$l.lV No. I hard. Sl.2144il.sS. Corn: No.
2 yellow, 7J4t(74c; others nominal Oata:
No. S white. 4otH8Wc; atandard. 4S4jj4c.
nuiiuiHii; no. a. si. is. tiarley:
i-i75c. Seed: Timothy, S.WiM.w: clover,
s.i uljiiu. I'rovlalona: Pork, fcUftfllOli.
Ht'TTtR Weak; rreainary, S.27c.
nuur-nrniu, JU.MJO cases; un-
IWATOKH-Receipts, IS cars old: 23
cara new; marast uncnanged
I"Ofl.TRV Alive;' lower; fowls. Mc.
Kaaaaa City Grata aat Pravtsiaaa.
KANHAS CITT. June 11. WHEAT No.
2 hard. SI lStyl IS; No 2 red. Si t,; July,
h. a 1 - u 1 - " " -
CORN No. S mixed. 71 ATI "Ac: No. I
PT. M)L'1S. Juna 11 -CATTLE Re- I white. 72c; No. 1 yellow. .i'u.Jc; july.
cflpla, u had: market ateady; native 1 71 Vu71 V. Ivcmbr, 80S''rvV.
l-ef ateera, ;.fcxi'i.;i; )tarltngs, ateera 1 OATt No. S white, 4CiSti4c; Ne. 2
nnd lielfera. .'..; cowa. i.0uai7u0: mixed. 4li4Z,-:c.
rtoikera and f'rders. S4 j.iihern I Hl'TTtH 4,'reamery, !7c; first. lie.
The Drexel Kid
8ayi: "I never
knew a kid to
get licked for
Sboda. It can't
. For wear, for style,
for general satisfac
tion we know of no
boy's shoes that will
cxcell our famous
We have seen them
outwear two pairs of or
dlnary. Boys' shoee time
and . time again. They
come In Button and
Blucher. Boys', 1 to 6 Vs.
ViJH); Little Gents', to
Parcel Pott Paid
SALE OF LADIES' SUITS
This is an absolute clear
ance of all our ladies' suits
and wo have priced every
garment so that by Saturday
night every one vill have
found a happy wearer.
The prices we are quoting
are by far less than offered
by other stores for the same
quality of merchandise.
Come here Saturday and
share in this festival of ex
All our Ladies' Spring Suits and
Costs, at one-half pric and less
All our Ladies' Spring Silk and
Wool Dresses st one-halt price.
Indies' Genuine Palm Beach
Suits, with label, at .-911.50
Ladies' Summer Wash Dresses,
at 81.50, S2.50. JK.1.75
Handsome white wash Skirts,
Fancy well made House Dresses,
White Silk WaiBts, at . 81.00
Choice of any Ladles' Hat In the
house, values to $10, at 82.75
Big sample line of Men's Spring
8uits at June reduction prices.
89.50. 812.50 nd 810.50.
Come in and see them.
PAYS THE BILL
AT THE UNION
Don't Buy Stale Coffee
We tiare just Installed one of the finest coffee and pesunat rnetster
In the city and we will roaat fresh coffee and peannta -erriry .day and
yon will be able to get fresh hot coffee and peanut every day and save
front Bo to 10c per pound on every pound of coffeo you use. Her
Is our prices on coffee and not to be changed:,
20a Pantos, lb....... .lfto i SBo Mexican and Borata, lb. SOo
to Oolden Santos, lb. SOo I 40c kind Bosato and Java. lb....SM
20o fancy Pantos and Borate, lb. SOo I 4Bc kind Fancy Java, lb 40e
4S-1K saok Hoar 4SttBklsS. Slokla or Xlko Saturday fl.SS
IS lha. Ware Oaae Oraanlated aturar for 91.00
1 So cans Tall Pink Salmon for...lOe
Zarao cans Peaohea for 100
10o cans Blackberries So
ltd cans Sweet Potatoes TVs
Fresh Peanut Butter, lb 10a
lOo pk. Com Flakes So
10c cans Peas '. So
10 bars D. C Beat-'Em-AU or Latin
dry Queen for SSo
peolal Sals oaiTollaS Soap Genuine ionrtorted Caatlle and Olive Oil Soap
will be placed oa sale Saturday only; rerular 10c bars for So
AH Domestlo Oastlla or Tar Soaps; regular. 5o bars for So
Home Made Sausasre
Pltr Pork Loin Roast l9Ha
Pork Shoulder Roast t'io
Pork Chops and Pork Pteak ... 1410
PorUrhouss and Sirloin Steak.. 1TH0
llme Made Hamberaer lOo
Comoound Lard, per lb. lOo
Mail ordars chipped at above prices.
Xall Orders Shipped at Above aMoa. We Pallver Tree alverywljere, riorsBea,
Seauraa and Souta Omaaa. . Telephone DeaaTlaa 130.
Advance BlearanGe Sale
Being overstocked with spring and summer merchan
dise, we decided to take our medicine right now, and
therefore we cut the prices to cost.
26c Men's and Young
25c Men's' Suspenders,
16c Men 'a Garters,
$1.00 Men's Khaki
60c Fast Color Work
60c Dress Shirts, .
16c Arrow Collars,
16c Hose, all colors,
60c Dress Caps,
(2.00 Sample Hats for
$1.00 Straw Hats,
76c Silk Auto Hats,
$12.60 snd $10.00 Men's All-
$1.26 Men's and Young JC
Men's Pants I OC
$2 Men's Dress gl OC
Psnts D1 4a
Men's 2-plece Under- 1 rt J
wear . A C
Men's Union Suits, 35 C
$1.00 Boys' Sample
$2.60 Men's Dress
Boys' Tennis Slippers,
S. E. Cor.
- in i in i i n i
3. E. Cor.
12 th and
i HE REAL liEALTIl
TREAT FOR THE
KIDDIES IS A
DISH OF PURE,
Delicious & IVholetoQe
It Is absolutely narmless and contains nothing but the purest
of nutritious Ingredients.
DeUria Ice (Yearn Is made In the most sanitary ice cream
plant In the city and by skilled Ice cream makers who hare per
fected the art of making It.
In short it Is the real hot weather food and-th food you
and all the family should eat, enjoy and thrive on.
Order a Quart from Your
Druggist or Confectioner
It Is Soli at All Leading Fountains
Twelfth and Jones Streets
PIO PORK LOINS; fresh, not frozen.
FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS . . . .
Steer Pot Roast . .
Pi Pork Roast . . .
, PI a Pork Butts
Young Vaal Roast .
Yoana 'Veal Chops .
Porterhouse Steak .
Mutton Roast . . . . .
Swift's Premium and Diamond C
Skinned Hams . -. .lSH
Small Hams 104a
Kxtra Ian Breakfast Baoon. . 1SS
Busar Cured Bacon .1SH
t-lb. Pall Purs L-urA, rerular price
76c, special SOo
From I to S P. M lamb Chops Be
From I lo 19 P. 11 Pork Chdps 10o
Olini tf riADrfETT iei0 Harney Ot
I WMhalW lllfnilhai S Phoaa Dastlaa 17M
Hitri. t-'. ivu'H.Si; rows and heifera. H O
tuit'i; native islvts. i oinO.to.
lliMJt Keceipts. . head; market
htKKer; (! and lluhls. Jt.ay7.lii, nilrrd
i,d tfutclierf. S;.Stsc;.fc; pood hea.v, II. it
MiKKP AND LAM US Recelpta S.U0 1
I i-il; niarktt steady; rllpptrd muttons,
. ..uu. lilppeil lanili. tf.iioy lu.Sa;
KliiiiiS Umba, liUAO-o-U W.
Us fltr Live Stark Market.
tilOt.X t'lTY la., June 11 CATTLE
I.ncniin, htad; uiarktt steady; i.atlve
irrs. S it; butchers, S.'nti t; can
mit HA-uv'J. ohIvs, tS.WylJ.jy; bulla,
Mam. etc.. fS.7bua.7t.
uGlS Hooipta. h.'iQ heal; market
lldjr; hravy, 17 iU .14; lulled, S7.S9
p ,.. HhL IT.RmjI.Su. bulk ot as.Ua, S7.2S
CHFEP AND UAMBS rUoelpta. M
Ure Stark ta Slsat.
riwvlpi of live auxk at the five prln
tlll western markets:
Cattle. Hurt. 8hrep.
'!!' eo l. It ft .(
M.,ui It y (..but) 60
Ki.s city .... -ft !.) Si.)
M luls U 7 .)
fcoulli , Omaha 4kM .,' l.tMl
seconds, vac: twikliksT. 1W".
K.i JUS rlrsts 16c; se-ouds. 12c.
I'Ol'I.TRV Hens. 11c; roosters,
broiler. IMj Wo.
l. l-oala Urwla Market. '
PT. Il'ti, June U.-WMKAT-No. ll
red ' II 1"; No. t hard, nominal: July, i
II ti.t': rVptember. $1.14.
t 'ORN-No. I. 7Sc; No. t white. T4c; July. '
TSSc; 8ptiuler. 7:c. ... '
OATS rIO. s wmie, "li uiy. ixc;
llvrMl Grata Market.
IJVKH IfKlL.. June 1L WH EAT-lpot, '
weak- No. t northern iKiluth, ll7V1;'
No. S hard winter. llsSd: No. 1 Manitoba, !
11 7d . No. . 11 No. S. II Sd. j
ITJHN Spct, dull; . American mixeo. j
new, s Id.
NEW TORK. June 11 WTO A H-H w.
firm; eentrltusal, ltc; inolaava. 4.12c.
Refined, ateady. Futurea sdvsnced Ifll
IHilnts early today In suipaih with the
fit in spot market.
llrr ti.Mtaa Market.
NKW YORK. June It DRY tVIDDtt
It aa announf el today that pi Ure are
to be adanced on dumratlc fu by Inl
I j i ST nianufKctiirrra on Jny 1 Cotto.i
fc.ioila aud srns were Qulcl Woo) lour-
Will appreciate the many
tasty dishes that can b
prepared from i
Evary packace cootaina a aunt
bar ot recipe of nutritious aael
that avarvona wtll
an)oy. At all tha
m mmtr aa
FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS 10
PIQ PORK LOINS; fresh, not frozen .
Young Veal Roast 11 H
Young Veal Chops 14 He
Steer Pot Roast 10 Ho
Pig Pork Roast B9e
Tig Pork Butts ll4e
Spare Ribs 84e
Bait Pork Hc
Porterhouse Steak 17 He
Swift's Premium and Diamond C
6klnned Hams ISic
Sugar Cured Ham.'. 10 Uc
Extra Lean Breakfast Bacon 18 He
Sugar Cured Bacon ...... 124 c
3-lb. Pall Pure Lard, . regular
price i fie, special 83c
THE EMPRESS MARKET
Opp. Wool worth fie and 10c Store. 1X3 South 16th St. Tel. D. 2807.
loo hou am uojrm
SIX MOTORCYCLE RACES
. AT STaDXtTaf STB1BWAT
natuxday STSSniro ..
Jbsvt aTaaai AAy
nuns ' Tedar aa fraai
1 -, ft Pn.it 3
Matlaaea, 10e BrvealBr, loo aad SOo
CkUdrea TaSet IS "Tears Hot Adaxltt4
4 Tinea Daily 4 .
SiOO, SiSO. T. 8:S0 . am. A lt A0
Tk rhoto-Ur aeneaUoa.
THE KOSSE CF CCHDACE
ASapted from . SseeriaalS W. KaaXaaaa's
ZsaOy Kaunaes. AOai vra lea-SOa.
A deal Cosh Discount on Your Groceries
Compare ottr every daj piicea with others and ae tt yourself on
hundreds of Items at
THE BASKET STORES
. Your co-operation helps us bur carloads and make prices like these:
Haiti!' jajss), jrxo.
Mason. SSs LMen Dints Sura Real. BOa
Maaon, SSo Doaan quarts . 8ur Seal, S7a
Maaon, 67o Dosen half aallons Sura Seal, 87e
Maaon Caps, doaen ISa. Rubbers our Tip brand.
Kxtra heavy lOo srade, dosen Sol S dosen ISo
Now is the time to buy fruit iara; your grocer makea more If you
delay. Wholesale prion Is up $1.00 per gross; therefore, we are foroed
to limit amounts to each cuetomer.
nror asrrsi x.wixra ruiot-
Jumbo. SOS slse, dosen lao. Larae, SSO sis, dosen. .lee
Any slse. per bos SHsa
$00 else, etc., means the number of lemona In a box; the boxen
all being; the aame also.
El k horn
10c can . ... To doa. SSo
to can So doa 30
By tha case Tl small cans fl.ST
Larire slse, 4S cans S3. 13
lOo cans.... Tot Bo cans.. ..So
Carnation or Pet:
10c -cans. . . .Set 6e eana....4o
Klkhorn la a good buy.
. maa Table BAM-
.S-lb. So sac So
S-lb. 10c saok So
14-lb. too sack '. .ISo
-Bnlic KlaTk Or ad a
280-lb. Ilbl S1.4V
100-lb. sack ..Aao
1 1 Ibw.' for . lOo
$t 00 slas SSo
What la left on' hand roe at the following prloea:
Nebraska $1.66 48-lb. sack Gold Dust 81. BO
Nebraska 78 14-lb. sack Gold Dust 78
These are not our regular brands: all stores may not have a big supply
10-lb. sack Sl.SOl 11-lbs SBo. We have been out' of this, but
the ear Is on track and we have been promised a delivery to each
store FYkWv afternoon or early Saturday morning.
Beet- - -
-rara oar avajrriATED stroAJS-
100 Pound Sack
SIOO...... . ......
$1.00 Amounts Limited.
Kach of tha above Items and several others we buy In carloads. Tha
more you nelp us our in carioans. tne natter we can seep prices low.
vua aaavax i
specially selected to please careful buyers. It la well fed, tsn-
julcy and full flavored. Tt helps the family enjoy the meal.
Every quotation spells an every day price saving for you at
THE BASKET STORES
No. at, 810 North 10th St.
No. S2, 1406-J North 24 th St.
No. 24, 1807 Vlntoa Street.
No. S4, 204S1 Farnam Street,
No. S, SSI 8 North 24th fct.
No. 20. 4108 North 24th St.
Omaha. Lincoln, Havelock.
19 Pounds fcr $1.00
Best Oranulated Sugar. Buy now
before the advance.
. S pounds apecial coffea 81.00
Single pound as
Kanoy blend coffee. IW Iba tl-OO
The beet fie coffee la tha cltv
4 pounds for 81-00
Teaa. any kind, per lb. Oa SO
Sugar aold with II. OS other goods
raeaa Boa?. Swta. OS St, lata M.
j "a '
1 1 1
i aei-iJ ...
27, 839 South 18th St
28, 21 Military Avonae.
20, 1702 South 10th St.
80, 2700 CMminf Street..
81, 2001 North 80th St.
82, 8740 Main St., llrruion.
11 ace and tJoUege View.
ju..gjfMii,iJ'.iMiiil mm m . ....
Fourth of July Special
a qt- Aies Whiskey . . . . ...... $LOO
9 qL Port Wtne 1-60
1 qt. Blackberry Cordial .TO
1 qt- Apricot Cordial ....... .75
1 qt. Koch and Rye Cordial.,., 1.00
1 qt. Banana .Cordial 1.00
Regular price Is ...88.00
Front bow until July 4, prepaid, $4.50
rmoM yvstsi loth rnrpi
WMa aa OrAar af BS-OS au Over of Wkiakey, Wlasa aa
a bottxb or wrtra; w i s at oxass, oovnnrA.
rioai ios rtcBT, cokucaiw ato csvoWbt otkaaai
XU-EIS' SOSSSt OS OAiTX.KALAJrB MAT.
JAKE KLEIII-FAMILY LIQUOR DEALER
1314 DOUGLAS ST., OMAHA, NED.
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