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TT1K OMAHA SUNDAY BKB: JUNK 13, 1U5.
HF.t.P WAXTF.D MALK
t'nl, ttilf auirn aatl snllcltnrs.
t HEWTNiJ CITM-Sell In deat.-r.. clean,
profitable business built i.p quickly w,in.
eur novel pckati; popular tlnvors
Write today. Helmet Hum Co., drum- i
WANTF.D Salesman to rail on grocers,
general stores and confectioner in at-all
country towns; S."i per rent commission ;
I weekly drawing account, tvilt-sman-ltr,
to ftoulh Flmt PtBl. Louis, Mo. o
15 PF.R CENT average commissi. hT e
want clean men and will pay well for
them. Our plena get the orders. Heat
trade stimulators, also straight aale gnodn.
Aluminum, onamel. china, tin, cutlery,
glass, etc. Optn stock, etc. Commission
weekly, nertnai mh tn,. m. Ijois, mo. o 1
' 1 1 i
SALESMAN wanted, to place a limited i
amount of atock In a profitable cor-'
pnratlon; Rood dividend!) assured. A live'
proposition for live men. Hefe.ences
muat be furnished with first letter 1
V. O. Box la8, Colllnavllle. Okl. o.
V ANT ED Ex pertenoed specially sales- !
man for specialty lines; corami.tslons '
and drawing account or salary and ex- ,
pensea to the. right man; referencea re- )
mired. Address Hales Manager, Sol Oran-I
He Bldg . Ht. Louis. Mo. o I
II K I.I WAXTF.n MALK
II KM AVAXTFI
Aacala, alrki..en nntl Stollrltttre. 1 Mlwrllniipnaa.
SKLI. throe beautiful silk poplin summer OtlVEn.VMFNT positions: thousands of
tun and give tree net of six silver sou-I nipoinlments to be made; free booklet
"if state aenl sp ns or vet hollow toiling where thev are. what they pay.
huiullo knives or forks. Most wonderful ' w tth specimen examination questions.
i9 ever offered. Sella on tight. A Nat. Cor lnstltite, 4.M seventh St..
I nimbi,, bargain that sella in both men
;n. women, outfit on trial. Wilson Mfg.
i Co.. H-.w, Lancaster, tv
RKI'lt KNTATI V K w anted ; exclusive
territory; new Invention, guaranteed by
reputable coi pnratiou. saving 35 per cent
to KHxoline users ur money refunded.
Autoni'iliio, motor boM, stationary en
Klne own-Ts. buy at first offering, 'terri
tory going quickly. Oaa Saver Bales com
pany, itw I tread way. New York
AdKNTS wanted, either sex, make
quick money and become sales manager
for big substantial company; wonderful
new invention: cuts hUh cost of living;
lot) e.r cent profit: fast home seller. Culi
nary Ctl ltles Pent., lesk M-E, 111 Broad
way. New York
Washington 1. C
(AhI'p.NIKK and painter to finish new
it-room house, the iay for work to apply
on the down pavment In place of cash.
Then III fer month pays all. No extras.
Several bearing apple trees. Nice locality.
Atiiiress timana nee."
WE want a good agent to sell our new
National Agricultural series to schools;
exclusive territory; new subject: fine
seller. Modern School Supply Co., 837
South Market St., Chicago. III.
lit) A DAY, easy; selling Oaso-Tontc to
auto owners. 40 per cent more gasolino
mileage; carbon eliminated; other quick
selling features. Absolutely guaranteed.
Helaey mad ii. first day, easy. Bis;
money. Details free. White Mfg. Co.,
Jh?pt. 3S, Cincinnati, O
NEW household Invent! .m. Just ready. A
sale at every house. One dollar, perfect
shear and kitchen knife sharpener.
Needed In every home. Kvery day. Noth
ing else like it. luo per cent profit.
Orlnds perfect edge In to seconds. Works
like magic. Child oan use It. Women buy
on right. No talking. I4o0 a month. Ter
ritory now open. County free. Uuslnesa
supplies capital. Biggest opportunity ever
offered to ugents, general agents and
managers. Write today. Send poxtsl with
name and address for complete informa
tion. Qulckedge Sharpener Co., Dept. 633,
216 West Schiller St., Chicago, ill.
S1.000 PER MAN per county. Strange in
vention startles world; agents amazed.
Ten inexperienced men divide 40,fA. Kor
stad, a farmer, did S2.20U in 14 dnys.
Schleicher, a minister, S1S6 first 12 hours,
Sl.SuO cold cash made, paid, banked by
Stoneman In SO days. 115,000 to date. A
hot or cold running water bath equipment
for any home at only 16.50. Self-heating.
No plumbing or waterworks required. In
vestigate. Exclusive sale. Credit given.
Send no money. Write letter or postal
today. Allen Mfg. Co., 4164 Allen Rldg.,
Exceptional money making opportunity
for high clasa men to sell membership in
big national organization oi automobile
owners. Permanent positions. Liberal
commissions; a chance to make S3,0!) to
15,000 or more per year. Your sales efforts
Ixtoked by Suo.UOO advertising cam urn am
in leading magazines. Experience eel ling
automobiles and supplies or Insurance
and stocks and bonds valuable, but not
necessary. I'nllmited field. Every auto
mobile owner a live prospect. No compe
tition. State fully your experience and
qualification. Want hustlers, not "chair
warmers." Territory going fast. Write
at once for full detnlls. .1. L. V Room
700. 827 S. La Salle St.. Chicago. o
AGENTS wanted for article which no
auto owner can resist. Doe away wtlh
extra tire. The Rex Supply Company,
Abilene, Ken. o
AGENTS AND SOLICITORS WANTED
To canviias in the country among
farmers on a CASH SALARY BASIS, for
a standard article. No experience neces
sary, but to those who can produce busi
ness we can give steady and permanent
employment. Write todry. giving age
and any references you may wish, and
if any experience canvassing state na
ture of same. Don't write unless you.
mean business. Address Y 666, Bee.
SALESMEN The easy selling side line
la our 10c and 16o hosiery; sold direct
to retail dealers at low prices and all
freight paid. Goodono Hosiery Mills,
Kansas City, Mo. a-
OPPORTUNITY to enter busines for
right party having ability as salesman.
Building material business; investment
MOO -required, with satisfactory references.
Address S03 Bee Bldg.. On-oh. o
HUNDREDS make fifty dollars weekly
selling guaranteed underwear, hosiery,
shirts, etc., direct to homes. Why not you .'
Samples KRKB. Write Madlaon Mills.
bK8 Uroadway, New York City
CAPABLE salesman or sales manager by
manufacturing corporation; retail
knowledge desired; must prove sales abil
ity then organtxe salea force: worth from
$i00 to $f00 monthly to the right man. E.
Ingle. Dayton. Ohio.
SALESMEN WANTED Experience un
necessary; easy work, big pay; write
row for large list of openings offering
opportunities to earn from 1100 to 1000 a
niopth while you learn. Address nearest
office. Dept. 439 National Salesmen's
Training Association, Chicago, New York,
110 DAILY refiniahlng chandeliers, brans
beds, etc., by new method, producing
amazing results. No capital or experience
necessary. Write for information. Gun
metal Co.. Dept. tl, Decatur, 111
GROW rich In business of your own. Get
out of the wage earners class. Your co
operation with our factory starts you
l(k little capital during spare time in
your own home. We manufacture exelu
Bive articles. No canvassing. Experience
unnecessary. Write for booklot and
proposition. Address, pease Mfg. Co..
Dept. D. 39, 68 Broadway. Buffalo, N. Y.
GREATEST alunt ever aprung on the
American people. xou give tree goiu
monogram dinner set coupon with every
sale of "Lucky 'Leven" and our other
xensatlonal sotp and toilet combinations,
t-i to $10 dally ea&y. Crew managers
double that. Repeat orders galore.
World's largest factory backs you. Write
for appointment. E. M. Davis, Presi
dent, X Davis Bldg.. Chicago.
AGENT 8 Wanted 200 per cent profit.
article that sells to every household.
Oan be handled by mail. Write today.
Territories going fast. The Gordon
Walker Co., 51 Weutworth Ave., Chicago.
AGENTS wanted t sell a brand new one.
Selling season on. Every newspaper
and riagaxtne helps boost sales. If you
want to make money fast, write today.
C, E. EricUson Co., Pes Moines, la.
AGENTS Men and women. More sales
and blstrer profits. That's our plan.
Let me send you particulars. Henry N.
Schmltc, T)6 N. Hamilton Ave., Chicago,
BIG summer seller. Make 110 a day. Bltf
acaaon is on. Get busy. Sell Concen
trated Soft Drinka lust add water. De
licious summer drinks for the home, pic
nics, partlfs, fairs, ball games, etc.
Every popular drink small package
makes ) glasses less than 1 cent a glaaa.
Guaranteed under V. S Pure Food Laws.
Woods made $Ui first day. Uulnn took
lli orders two duy Other coining
money selling to soda fountains, soft
drink glands, etc. ZA other hot weather
sellers. Over V per tent proft;. Ter
ritory ttoing fast Complete outfit fur
nished sample case free. Juat a postal
today now. American Products Company,
fcl t Ft., Cincinnati, u.
AUENTS Men or women, make o to UP
a day selling "'Keep-Nu" line of polishes
and kleensers; evervooay ouys; a aaw
in every home: 100 per cent profit. Write
rinirir fnr exclusive territory. "Keep-Nu"
Co.. 2i5 Sheffield Ave., Dept. l&i. Chi
.MAGAZINE solicitor, crtw organisers,
ilve months' trial subscription Every
body's and other popular magaslnes for
ouc, rug commission, uiuhhuw
Only experienced magaxine men need
write. poatal Subscription Go , Mln
SALESMEN on corami&slon. f'ull and
and complete line of pencil for adver
tising and general office use. Nominal
deposit for samples. Advertising Pencil
Exchange, 41 Empire Bldg., Philadelphia.
AGENTS Oet newest, quickest sellers
direct from makers: full list free. Nat'l
Agents As n . VJ2 Michigan Ave.. Chicago
ARCTIC Uo Blanket; saves half the lee
bill; big aoller; sample 5c; profits 300
per cent; particulars free; Specialty Mfg.
Co.. 6 Iewl Block. Itrlt. Mien
INSURANCE agents. Installment col
lectors, tea and coffee men and parties
calling upon private famlllee everywhere!
can earn "O monthly; no selling; no col
lecting. Sterling Quality Ox, S4 Broad
way, N. Y.
SALESMEN wanted; laces, embroideries
. . . j . i. . . , ,.n.nil..Un
snmil- llirht; only men with trade now
traveling need apply. Mark & Co., 41
tsroanway, rew mr.
STOCK arilved. regular men call. Also
2 new ones, m Bee Bldg
r.ir Nelira'ka. Adrtresa K 47S,
TO J10 PROFIT dally selling our new
household article: 2.S premium with
each 11 91 sale makes quick profits. Mum
ford Larson. SOS Walker Bank Bldg.,
Salt Lake City. Utah.
"WANTED, AN OIL
to sell to the consumer In an eastern Ne
braska territory. Twenty-five per cent
commission paid. Goods sold on trial
and credit. Only experienced men neod
apply. Address. Y 571. Omaha Bee.
Light, water and Janitor service, free.
Inquire The Bee
Superintendent's Office, Room 101.
EXCELLK.NT proposition for two good
men In Nebraska. Call or write. Mutuant-nam.
Health and Accident AseoOlatloa
Kt -25 City Nat ! ank Bldg.
SALESMEN WANTRD To sell our up-to-dule
and extensive line; outfit free;
ensh weekly. Address Capital City Nurs-
u y company. taiem. ur.
SALESMEN For general mercantile
trade In Nebraska, to sell a new proposi
ti , . ... . r. . nw Attractive
OL liiriu. . . . ...... , ,
commission contract; weekly for ex
penses, ivnes r. jfxicr
Jewelers, 3:1-24 Carlln Bldg.. Cleveland. P.
CAT rCtUMN! U'hiilA time nr aid line
. iim. vnn tlA PnrkAt
1U HIIIIUllO IflllCl J J ' -
samples; prompt commission. State ter
ritory covered. Elwood Mfg. Co , Inc.,
- . . . . , .-.v. 1
ills micnigan Ave., .uwaaw.
FLOUR salesmen to sell sugars, canned
goods, etc., to oaaera in ismaii m
sld line. Omaha resident preferred. I.
Wall Commission Co., 3U River St., Chi
NEW automobile accessory, sells like
lightning, cxampie, wo snippea to
an agent in one city in tl days. Costa
m.hnluanla In miantlttna 11 k Befalls XA.SU
to tl. You want some of this, address
us at once. iooay mig. co., ittv n. oaran
St., St, Louis.
SALESMAN with ability and address to
Interest largest manufacturers. Staple
specialty, having unequalled, guaranteed
superiority. Exclusive permanency. Op
portunity unlimited. Mfrs., 10703 Quebec.
TWO high grade specialty salesmen
wanted quick; heav ly advertised line,
backed by strong selling proposition; A-l
men only; permanent position; no fakes.
Address Y 667, Bee
SALESMEN Make big commissions sell
ing our new advertising premium propo
sition to merchants. Sells everywhere.
Demand unlimited. Samples free. Uni
versal Mileage Co., 1U Van Buren St.,
Chl ago, 1 11 .
SALESMEN .Make biggest commissions
selling greatest premium advertising
system. Sella wherever there la a pic
ture theater. Outfit free. The "Moo
Vee" Company, 6U Transportation Bldg.,
Factory ona trades.
Drug store snaps; Joba Knelst, Bee Bldg.
CoKege. Tuition lb. on account of big
trade. Wages for and 10 cent work.
Electric massage taught Hydraulle
cnairs. catalog tree, o uougiaa
Positions Now Open,
tOK Farnam Bt.,
WE need men; had to tura down two
jobs per week lately. Get In. Learn
by our method. Get one of these Jobs.
Catalogue D. B. free. Nebraska Auto
mobile School, 1417 Dodge St
WANTED Men to learn the barber trade.
The world constantly needs more bar
bers. Our graduates earn good wage.
Pew weeks completes with us. Prepare
now for coming season's ruan. Write
Moler, 110 8. 14th SL. Omatia.
SHOEMAKER of good experience
wanted. Apply 611 N. 16th Bt, Omaha,
or Acme Shoe Shop. Grand Island. Neb.
WANTED Man cook for oafe.
Box 216 Walthlll. Neb.
BARBER COLLEGE "
Bpeclal summer rates. Catalogue
mailed free. 110 Bo. 14th St., Omaha,
WANTED At once, first claaa aign
painter. Write or phone Lincoln Sign
works. 1!M B. 11th St, Lincoln, Tel. B-2foO.
WANTED Good workmen on western
style stock saddles. Also must be able,
to do hand stamping. Address Benjamin
Young Co.. Milwaukee, Wla.
WANTKD Nan3a of man. II m
wishing government jobs. I6i month. Ne
pull necessary. Address T 460, Bee.
WANTED l.ftw men to eat ham and
teas. !Sc. Coffee John. 14th and Capitol.
WANTED Railway mall clerks, t l a
month; Omaha examinations coming;
samplu questions free. Write Immediately.
Pranklin Institute, Dept ica, E. Rochea
ter. N. Y.
W aNTED Nursery agents. Perinanent
position at good wagea. Now Is tlmo
to start. Klrst National Nurseries. Roth
eater. N. Y
WANTED Nursery atrenta. Special In
ducements Pay weekly. Pe rry Nur
series, Rot-heater. N. .
AGENTS make per cent profit Belling
"Novelty Sign Cards." Merchants buy
M to !' n sl.ht; M varieties; catalogue
free. Sullivan Co.. Uik Van Buren St..
AGENTS New game for cigar stores,
wuy seller; big repeater: rtlculars
free. United Sales Co., aou WsJnut Pi..
MONEY, to 30 per month; extra
money to employed persons without In
terfering with regular work; no selling;
no canvassing; no investment: people not
employed should not apply. Sherman Sup
ply Co.. Box 610. Detroit. Mich.
GOVERNMENT positions In postofflce,
railway mall and other branches are
good; prepare for "exams." under former
I' 8. civil service secretary -examiner;
booklet G-06 free. Write today. Patterson
Civil Service School, Rochester, N. T.
y.OMll.HKl'l. proposition offered. No
capital. Be Independent. Write loplee
Supply Co., Box IW-, Lincoln. Neb.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Brisk Demand Start Rally in Wheat
and Market Advancei Half
to Three Cents.
CORN STILL HOLDING ITS OWN
$v) MONTHLY and exienaea to travel.
distribute samples and take orders, or
appoint arente; permanent. Jap-American
ABIE-BODIKD MKN-tkwd eye sight
OMAHA. June 12. ISITv
A good demand caused a rally lit wheat
today and tne market aanced from Ho
to ic. Tnere was a liberal amount of
wheat sold, but most of it was of the
ham winter variety, there being very
llttie Turkey wheat on the tab.es
Corn continues In good demand and
there was a fair number of aalea reported
ut advanced prices. The market was
quoted unchanged to V higher.
Tne receipts of oats weie light and
there waa not much of a demand lor that
WANTED Man to reoreaent us In your
own territory; 1x5 per month traveling
expenses and commission; experience un
necessary Write quick. R. D. MarteL )
Indiana Ave.. Dept. 623. Chicago.
l. i'n.r.ene." $f.CC ' tata followed com and wheat in
li Puiln ,,nnc,,r- KHy. J" (the advi:nc and were quoted V.c higher.
TT: . . tl? Corn buiis be. love that within a few
OOVKRNMENT EXAMINATIONS wet ka the visible supply e vorn will be
Thorough Instruction, 6. Returned tr Cut down to below last year s, as farmers
not appointed. Particular free. Amerl-!re not wI'Iiik and the I'reak In pil.es
Service School, Washington.
WANTED P00 men to wear tallor-maCe
suits, H off. Friedman, VJ11 Douglas
MALE AND KRwll.K.
bL.rw.-Mr..N or . .. i...eumie
our proposlllrvn, introducing our "dally
expense record;" good snlary easily
earned. Write The Rusacll Co., Tebbetts,
WANTED Names of young men and
women desiring positions In Southern
California. Enclose postage. N. A.
Co., 7fl Grant Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal o
SITl ATIONs WANTKW
AMBITIOUS young man wants to go to
work; a good education; good at fig
urea, also good penman; experienced in
general office work. Telephone Doug.
!. Address. L, US, Bea
LADY want day work. Doug. r:a.
PCsHlTlON wanted by trustworthy and
energetic young man. Best referencea
funiisho-1 and not afraid to work. Phono
THE Servant Girl Problem Solved. The
Bee will run a Servant Girl Wanted Ad
FREE until you get the desired results.
This applies to residents of Omaha, South
Omaha and Council Blufls. Bring ad to
The Bee office or telephone Tyler WOO.
WANT Care of a feeble-minded patient.
Addresx, 1 W. Bee.
CHAUFFEUR wants position; 3
experience. Phone Weh. 8742.
WORK Wanted University man, a rank
failure as beggar; too cowardly to Bteai.
Anything at living wage, quick. Address,
C M. Bee.
SITUATION wanted by experienced col
ored girl; private family; referencea
furnished. Call Douglae HitS
YOL'NG man from High school wants
light steady work. Red frW
MAN and wife wants position on farm.
Have two boys, aged 10 and i. Refer
ences. Address G fio, Bee.
MIDDLE-AGED man wunts work around
the house In ex'hnnge for board and
room. Address. K f6i Bee.
COLORED lady desires steady position at
general housework. Phone Harney 531''.
GOOD, honest and reliable colored girl
wishes p sitlon, small family, as gen
eral house maid or cook; competent and
willing; good plain cook. Webster
POSITION on ranch by young man of
good hablta; employed at present, but
wish to return to ranch work. Address
Mlft B. 20th, Omaha.
POSITION by watchmaker in country
town, experienced, best references fur
nished. K. M. C.. COT. S. Wh. Omaha.
REFINED lady wants work of any kind.
Address Y-673. Bee.
BUSINESS men: Young lady, aged 21.
desires position: tapable bookkeeper,
etcnographci and office clerk; also some
selling ability: earned 8 promotions last
Job: good references; will consider any
thing above f. Answers confidential.
Address, K WW. care Bee.
RFliriNFin middle-aged lady deslits a
. position as housekeeper or care fcr In
valid, child a nurse or aged people s nome.
phone Web. 81.
CREDIT MANAGER, BALKS MANAGER
Presently employed, desires change to
more lucrative position. .Have Jobbers,
wholesale and retail experience; can
readily adapt myself to sales, credits,
collections and executive requirements of
any line and GET RESULTS THAT
COUNT; clear record of MAXIMUM
SALES with MINIMUM OF LOSSES.
Aadress M ffS. Bee.
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper, ten years"
experience; can give referencea. Web.
WANTED Traveler; age tl to fc); experi
ence unnecessary; salary, commission
t-nd expense allowance to right man. J.
E. McBrady. Chicago.
EXPERIENCED young man wanta
steady work in private family; house
honest, sober and willing to work. Ad-
aress A k, nee.
WANTED Work as laundress, can gtvo
nest of references, call web. Zl.
WANT to exchange for a suburban house
o' five rooms, with two or more lots,
close to cars, in Omaha, So. Omaha,
Benson, Co. Bluffs or Florence, for an
elderly lady coming to Omaha, her 160-a.
or Keya Paha county, Nebraska, land. In
has created an active demand from ahlp-
I'ers and exporters. Hears say that a few
days of warm bright weather will help
tlie crop and that there haa been suffi
Cleat ainea were: Wheat und flour
eiual to i6,O0O bushels; corn, 40,i0 bush
el. Liverpool: Spot wheat unchanged;
Primary wheat receipts were 415.000
bushels and shipments 7.HiO bushels,
against receipts of :'.7,00n bushels and
shipments of Sii.OOO bushels lat year.
Primary corn receipts were bMi.uo buah
ela and shipments 700.000 buaheis, against
receipts of 733,000 bushels and shipments
of 4!5.v0 bushels last year.
Tilmary oats receipts were 414,000 bush
els, and shipments 4W.10 bushels, against
receipts of ,000 bushels and shipments
of 6&.UO1) bushels last year.
PAYING clean business, well located,
fine chance for tailor, will awap for
anything can get 12,000 on. no business
hancea agents neeu answer. Aauresa o.
C . 10DO, Bee.
Tool, G KIN DER Heavy. aubatantlal
grinder, hand power, for nencn wora;
never used- has ball and socket joint.
permitting wheel being adjusted to any
position. win swap tor nnytning oi
value. Address S. C. 10W. Bee.
HAVE a good Concord top buggy In fin
shape to trade. What have you to ex
chsnge? Addreai. B. C. 10x!, Bee.
A Wi ADDING and listing machine In
good working order to exchange for a
light automohUo. Address S. C. io7. Bee.
P1ANO--A dandy Decker Bros, square
piano, fine for starting to learn. What
could you offer me for this. Make offer.
Address S. C. 1076, Bee.
HAVE nioM It-autiful White steamer car
In first-class shape except one broken
coil: cohi M ieplM.c coll U. What am I
offered the way car stand? Address
S. C. 109 Bee
ft Lo-ila 4
Wheat: These salea were reported to
day No. bard winter. 1 car. It 14 1
car. IL14S: 1 rar, S1.1.3H; 1 cr. SIKH;
1 bulkhead. Sl.ll't: No. J hard winter, 1
car tturke, Sl.lSH; No. t hard winter,
1 ear. 11.10: No. S spring, 1 car. M.0H. Ue:
No. t. 1 bulkhead, 1 t'TV,. Corn: No. t
white, i cars. TiV: No. U while. cars.
'c; No. 4 mhlte, 1 rar, RsV' No. t yel
low, 1 car. fc'V-; cars. iVHc; No. S yel
low, cats, .; 1 car, lev; No. yel
low, 1 car, tV; 1 rar, 6S'c: t car.
No. t mixeil, 1 car (near yellowv ate 5
cara, Sv'jc; No. 3 mixed. I car. V! II
cars, tvc; No. mixed, t cars. t'c; 1
car, c. tata: No. S white, S cars, 4lc;
No. 4 white, 1 car, 43Vc. Sample: 1 car,
Omaha Cach PrlTe-Wheat : No. 2 Tur
key, Il.l4il l5; No. 3 Turkey, Si 13i
I 14; No. 2 hard, ll.lUvd 1 I4V4 ; No. S hard,
II mil. 13 No. 4 hard, ll.ul t'; No. 3
spring, SlOTttl.i;; No i durum, Sl.l4iil.15;
No. .1 d'iriiin. 1 13 11.14. (Vrn; No. 2
white. -t70c: n". s white. ,v'K;
No. 4 while. fi!itsu.r; No. 6 white, 7VT
Wc: No. white, gTitwSlo; No. ! yellow.
Wtffi'; No vcllnw. Wii5!V: M"- 4
yellow. tWViHie; N i. f yellow, tWVt'Wc ;
No. t yellow, CTMiV,:-: No. 1 mixed. "Stf
WWc; No. S mixed. sny; No. 4 mixed,
TVu4C'. No. h mixed, iiliwc; No
mixed. 7?Kc. Oats: No. 2 white 4-Y
44c; standard 4444'i; No. 3 white. V
U-44C No. 4 white, 4.11t43V,c. Barley: Malt
ing, ff.ffi; No. 1 feed. toufiSc. Rye: No.
S, S1.07(ri.07Vi; No. S, H OC-uLW.
CHICAtlO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Tradlaar anil t loalag
Prlcea on Board of Trails,
CniCAOO. June 12-Fear of damage
from heavy ralna northwest had a good
deal to do today with an advance n the
value of wheat. The market closed
rtrtmg at e to l'ic above last night.
Coin gained Ic to lMNo, oats finished
unchanged to jc higher and provl. lons
dow n !'iWf to ITtic
For tho first time this season anxiety
sx to the spring crop tmcama tne leading
Influence affecting the wheat nisrket.
The fart waa generally npprcclati d that
the next few aeeka would lie a rrl.leal
time In the spring wheat belt anil that
excessive moisture formed an clment
of danger, especially aa a twelve hours'
downpour throughout Minnesota and the
Dakotas waa aald to have followed al
most dally ralna alnce the beginning of
My. There was also a renewal of mls
glvlnga lit regard to the effect of recent
frosts In the northwest. Most of the
rtiength from these sources showed itself
In the Inst hour of the session.
Quite a severe break In the wheat mar
ket preceded the final bulge. An upward
Uudency at the start was for ahlle
more than offset by news that harvest
had begun In Kansas with weather of an
unexpectedly favorable sort, which prom
IbmI to continue until arter Sunday at
least. Subsequently rumors of Kuiopean
buying of new crop winter grades helped
to bring about a rally.
Bulls controlled the corn market from
the outset. Adverse crop reports from
Iowa and Nebraska were emphasised by
similar advloee from other statea, notably
from Missouri. lemand from the sea
board grew much more liberal and coun
try offerings diminished. In oats the
feature waa selling pressure on the Sep
tember delivery. Several big commission
houses led the attack on that option.
1ower prices for hoga weakened pro
visions. On the decline packers car.e to
the support of lard and ribs, but acemed
to neglect pork.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts for the Week Six
Thousand Ahead of Same Week
RUN OF SHEEP IS VERY LIGHT
Offl.lal Monday ...
Official Tuesday ...
iMHi l.il Wednesday
Official Thursday .
JUNE 12, 1!1R.
t 'at tie. Hogs. Sheep.
.. 4.IWI 7.4' 2 301
... 4..-C4 10.I-1
... 4.iS 11.H23
... I.:'. 1I.0M
. . 754 I..0.U
... W S.'jm
4 J, 712
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Dealings More Impressive of Greater
STANDARDS ARE NEGLECTED
Six davt this week..17.'o
Same days last weck..l7.U
Same I weeka ago. .. .20.270
Same I weeks ago pi..:
Same 4 weeks aV . . .13.:."
fame dnys last year.. II. K8 42,:9S) 14.00 1 j
The following table shows the receipts ;
i'i came, nogs and sheep at the south
Omaha Ilve stork market fo- the year
to date, aa compared w.th tast yar:
IK14. m. inc. Deo.
Sf1"" 4.Ik3 J70.71 KN.o-.rt
M,, !.4., 1.1',147 M,lui
e"eep fiS.ji 1.01S,ro 7i.S73
The following table shows the avcrag
price for hogs at the .Sooth Omaha Ilve
stock market for the last lew days, wltn
Date lglj. 19I4.IISIH.. 1 1 lj.,19ll.llio
7 S8l T m
l t 7 Ml
f pi I 7SI 1 Jtf
t 7 6 7..I H4
7 Ml S a! 7 3 t 73 t (i
7 Wii 8 ID
8 041 1 lltl
V4, S 1
1 Jvj 7 M
7 41' 7 vol S r
I 41V 1 ? ( Wti 7 4T
7 a.u, 7 ; t;i
t Kill It lsi 7 34
7 Sal t Mi I 7 Ji
I k t i s u.
7 4J S Sal Jl T Si
7 441 t SJ 7
It K It xii 7 37
& ! ioi 7 40
b K ;u, 7 1
li "XH I 7 39
Artlrjel Oien. Hlgh trfiw. Close. lYea y.
EDlrtON phonograph and 33 records, fine
condition, cost new ShS. What have you
to trada for this? Address S. C. HK2. Bee.
PIANO -Fumed oak piayer piano, used
one year, coat Sio; fu rolls best music;
would trade this for automobile, or what
could you offer and oould use? Address
S. C. 1075, Bee.
iTNK Oregon land, clear, for 4-pasa.
auto.: demonstrate. 721 S. 21st, Co.
MOT' KCVCUE 1I6 model IS 11. P. twin
cylinder motorcycle In A No. 1 condi
tion, and haa leen run less than 500
miles. Will trado for Ford or light car.
Address S. C. 113, Bee
AUTO A first class four-passenger tour
!n, four-cylinder Ovorland auto, fully
equipped and In first clasa condition, for
contract or repair work on house. I re
quire the repairs on my house and will
sacrifice true value. None but responsi
ble person considered. S. ?, 110. Bee.
WHAT have you to swap for an artistic
parlor or mantel clock In personal
propertvT S. C. Ul. Doe.
AUTO TRUCK, in flrst-clsss condition,
for sale or trade. S. C. 10W. Bee.
BELGIAN HARK.' Three pairs, four
months of age. Will trade for chickens
or good yrlndatone. Address S. C. WH, Bee.
TRADE, good note, 1131, for diamonds
or motorcycle. Uuy W. Dodaon, Stella,
ROOM1NO house, 2223 Farnam St.. to
trade for an automobile. Drive up with
your ear and make a quirk deal.
PIANOS Swap for or on an auto or lot
or Iota: will pay difference: It yoj have
anything get In louc't "1th me, aa 1 have
other stuff to exchange: gi complete
description. Address 8. C. 1039, Bee
NEW MONARCH Typewriter, SloO ma
chine, trade for automobile, one with
delivery bodv preferred. Will pay differ
ence. 2202 Harney Ht. Phone Doug. 479.
WILL swap 1260 gilt edge security for
Ford car or roadater. S. C. S32, Bee.
WILL trade I. II. C. motor truck for
good motorcycle. I In good running
order. Call Olson, Benson Soa-J.e
FOR SALE Or will trade for goo-i car,
SO-foot s'eel hull motorhoat, 14 horse-
.. 5 h- k f.rmin ennntie. i.. h ! power engine; also su-ngni acetylene
atste. In middle Neb. see map. on a. in
corn last year: blk., deep, heavy soli.
Pit". S4.O00; a long time; SD0O mtg. She
wilt aasume. C. J. Canan, 610 McCaguo
ANOELUS PIANOLA with 7-reed organ
in It. also over loo records: will trade
for Vletrola. phono Harney S104. Io2o
B. ST.th Ave. o
Wanted tc Swan. W'hy not advertise
something that you ro longer have any
use for and get something you really
neear it costs you notning to join the
Swappers' Club, and you will find It iota
of fun swapping things. Write Room 104,
nee Hi'ig.. or pnone Tyier low.
AUTO Have a good Jitney auto for clear
lot, or what have you? Address, B. C
DENTAL work to exchange for paint
ing a 7 -room cottage. Address 8. C. lot.
I WANT automobile. What do you want
In exchange for It. Address, S C. IfJl.
AUTOMOBILES For other auioiuol.iW
bargains see the "Automobile'' classification.
WILL, trade good car, Velio, for clear
Omaha lot, good equity of not leas
than I'iuO, or what have you?
W. T. Smith Co.
City National Bank Bldg.
BEDS. ETC. Will trade for chlckeru.
two white Iron bec'a, one full Ue, one
thre-quarter. one cheap wicker baby
biggy, one baby iuinuer. one Dretiv
anora kitten. These goods are all In nice,
ciean condition, jtaares t. c. I'm, hpo.
FOR SALE Cheap, wnole or controlling
Interest in cld-eatabliehed manufactur
ing business; now runnli" and doing
good business; Includes patents and good
machinery; Invoices j,Xi; will trade. W.
M. Pierce, Superior, Neb.
DENTAL work to exchange for a karat
or karat diamond. Address S. C. lutt.
FOR TRADE i-cyllnder Ureal Western
motor and I'lisstie lor Arbor press or
other tools. Welch Bros. Oarage, Te
LAUNCH Have M-foot launch, cost IliO
new, will trade for second-hand auto.
Address H. C. K63. Beo
"INDIAN" motorcycle and new side-car;
late 1914 model, twin cylinder, two
spoed, complete electric equipment. IMS
Improved kick starter: new tires; all per
fect condition. Cost '!!). Want Ford or
light roadater: no other propositions con
sidered. Address) H. C. 1072. Bee.
AT once, men to qualify for motor-men
and conductors: Interurban roads In
i Nob.. 7ii to ll monthly; experience vn
I necessary, state age. details free. Writ.
rranacer Flvetric Railways Bureau. S44
Pynld-ate Trust. St. Louis. Mv
A BI JeBO DIED men. good eyesight, for
firemen, brahemen, Sl monthly. Ex
perience unnecessary. Railway. Address,
Y HC Bee. o
K DA K "Ani:o" foMliuf Dca-ket, aize
Sx44; double lens, automatic shutter;
rising, lowering and laterally shifting
front; like new; together with complete
outfit. Including new 15 developing tank,
punting name, tray, carrying case. etc.
Want visible typewriter in good condi
tion. Addrews . C. !'!.. Bee.
NO. E LARUE Preeto tank for flreleas
cooker, or what havo you. Addreaa 8.
C. 1100. Beo.
CiTlCK ENS Thirteen thoroughbred Buff
Orpington bens; on prUe cuckerell for
baby cab or cwlng tnachuia. Address
. C. lbs, bee.
lighting ay sum. C. Jones, Box 232, Lyons,
WANT a piano and oash for newspaper
and Job office; other bit. Address T
W ILL trade all or half Interest In w.l
established real estate busineaa In
Omaha for real eat ate or automobile. Ad-
drera P. C l'4. Bee.
PAINT 2-galIon barrel outside house
paint, best quality. Will exchange for
diamond, horse, row or chickens. Ad
ores B. C. 1111. Bee.
WATCH Will exchange Swiss watch
Inrty's alee; price. SM). What have you?
Address S. C. 1110, Bee.
PIANO High-grade piano. Will ex
change for lot or diamond, or auto.
Make offer. Address B. C. 1109, Bee
i- . !
1 00' 4
17 40 I 17 00
17 H0 I 17 40
10 S7Vi 10 27H
10 70 111 AO
0 47', I 9 12',
73 I t SO
10 27HI 1
10 60 I 10 , i
PAINTING Want to swap for painting
and papering. Address S. . 1104, Bee.
KODAK Cost 182, Bastman lens, f ne
condition, 4x8. for casings and Inner
tubes, S4Vix4, or other personal property
takes It. At a snap. 8. C. 1103, Bee.
SOME fine aoda water glasa-holdera and
S doson spoons, also Ice cream scoop.
Have quit drug busineaa. S. C. 1103, Bee.
CEMENT Want to swap for some 2j0
cement blocks or a cement machine, or
cement work. S. C. HOti, Bee.
TO CONTRACTORS Want to swap a
first-class, fully equipped car. In per
fect condition, for alterations and repairs
on building. Not an Ice wagon a car.
s. O. I l.i, Bee.
POIVORN A new, never used, artistic
aelf-vending sanitary popcorn machine;
the lateat out; a money maker; Inexpen
sive to operate. Cost at factory Sj0.
Bought for tho Cal. exposition, feil down
on concession. Require no attention.
Will swap for anything owner can use.
8. C. HOT. Bee.
PILES. FISTULA CURED.
Dr. E. R. Tarry cures piles, fistula and
other rectal diseases without surgical
operation. Cure guaranteed and no
money paid until cured. Write for book
or rectal diseases with testimonial. LH.
E. R. TARRY. 24 Bee Bldg.
RUPTURE cured In a few days without
p.ln Call or write Dr. Wray. SuS Bee
eutg . Omaha. Extabll.hed ttW4. o
daughter by simple
FITS I cured my
discovery; particulars free.
S36 Island Ave., Milwaukee, Wis.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Bids will 1 received until 4 o'clock p.
m Wednesday, June SO, 1H1&, at the office
of the underagned for the construction
of a brick horse barn according to plans
and specifications now on file at the of
fice of the superintendent of construction
University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Said
building to be erected on the 1'nlversity
Farm near Lincoln and to coat approxi
mately I3u,0ii. Bids must be sealed and
filalnly marked on the outalda "Bid for
loree barn." The right is reserved to re
lect any and ail bids. University of Ne
braska, j. . jjaies secretary, station A.
4'hlcago Cash Prices Wheat : No. I red,
nominal; No. J hard. S1.2KU'1.26V. Corn:
No. 3 yellow, 74Mj75c; otners nominal.
Outs: No. 8 white. 4M(4hV; stanciurd,
tN'inj-tSV'. Rye: Nominal. Barley: W-
tbv; Seeds: Timothy. ii.tiOetl.fiO; clover,
S3. 50$ 10. 86. Provlxlons: Pork, 110.76; lard,
S.o; rlhs, S.62M,it10irS.
BUTTER Weak; creamery, 23lf27o,
EGOS Receipts, 24.7i cases; un
changed. POTATOES Receipts, 20 cars old; 10
car new; market unchanged.
, PULLTRy-Alive. lower; fowls. He.
NEW YORK CJBNBtlAl. MARKET
4tatloBS of the Day Various
.VKTW YORK. June 1..-FTXVTR Dull.
WHEAT Spot, easy; No. 2 red. $tr
and No. hard, I1.83H c. I. f. New oYrk,
export billed; No. 1 northern, Duluth,
11.274. and No. 1 Manitoba, Sl.23. c. I. t.
Buffalo. Futures were ateady; July, 1 1. Id.
(XJ1UN Spot, steady; No. i yellow, Mc,
OATH Spot, steady; standard, MV4c: No.
S white, 54c; fancy clipped white, eOVi''
HOPS Quiet; state, common to choice
WI4, IttlflSc; PsjLlflc coast 1M4, 10ijl3c;
HIDES-Dull; Bogota, Sic; Central
LEATHER Steady; hemlock firsts, 32c;
PROVISlONS-Pork, steady; mess. 119 00
wipw; iHmny, sji.ikivt ai.ii; snort clear.
SIS Mf2l.M. Beef, quiet; muss, 1S.60M 00;
family, ll 6oi20.M. Darrl, easy; middle
TALLOW Quiet: city, STic; country,
WWUci special, Sc.
BUTTER Firm; receipts. STJ4 tubs.
EGOS Unsettled ; receipts, 12. 4M cases;
fresh gathered extras, t2uT2:me; extra
firsts. Slifiemc; aeconds. HWlHVic; firwts,
lp204c: nearby hennery, whites, fine to
fancy. 24H4i'c; nearby hennery, browns,
CHt.HSE Unsettled: receipts. 12.M0
boxes; state flats and twins, colored or
white specials, U'iSlbc; avetsge fancy,
POULTRY Alive weak: western chick
ens, broilers, 23S24; fowls, V,rpe; tur
keys, l4flSc Iressed, Irregular; western
frosen roasting chickens. 1htff22o: west -
trn broilers. 2212c- fresh fowls. Iced, 14
17c: turkeys. 1MJ17C,
Kaauias City Grata aad Provlaloas.
KASA8 CTTT, Mo.. June It. WHEAT
No. 2 hard. II 1201.1S: No. 2 red. II. io
Lll; July, f 1.024; September, fl.004; De
cern her, II OJ' yi oai.
CORN-No. 2 m'xed. TWTSHc; No. 2
white. 73c; No. S yellow, 73WQ74c; No. S,
Tic; July, 72Sc; September, 71(y71c;
OATS-No. t white, C'44T4o; No. 2
BUTTER Creamery, I7c; firsts, 3te;
srennds, 23c; pai king, Dc..
I'XKIS- Firsts, 10c; seconds. 12c.
POULTRY Hen lie; roosters 9c;
Mlnneapolla firala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, June 11 -WHEAT
July, I121S: September. $1 tVIH: No. 1
bard, SI SI1; No. 1 northern. ILiUS.l SOS;
No. S northern. ll.liS,''ol.2mi.
FUJI I R Unchanged.
CORN No. S yellow, 70U.i8r71e.
OATS No. S white, 41V841HC
BRAN 1-1 M.
I. Loala 4irala Market.
8T. LOUIS, Mo.. June IS WHEAT
No. red, S1 14; No. 2 hard, 11.17$ I.JO;
July. 1104; September. 11.03V
4JORN No. 2. 73c; No S wh'.te. UQ
76c; July. 74HfT74,a.o; September, 7rc
OATH No. i, nominal; No. 3 white,
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. Juno 12 WHEAT Spot,
wak; No. 1 northern Duluth, Ud; No. 1
hard winter, lU6d; No. 1 Manitoba- Ms
7d; No. S, lis 6d; No. S, Us sd.
CORN Spot, easy; American mixed,
t. Loala Lira Stuck Market.
CT. LOUI8. June 12. -TATTLE Re
relpts, M head: market steady; native
beef steers, S7.6f9 2fc; yearling steers and
heifers. IK.OO'Kg.SO. cows. I (y7 6o; st.u k
er and feeders. S6 0uti 26; soutliern steers.
15 1 .: tows and heifers, H.oji io
native calves. St) OixulO.Ou.
HOtjH Receipts. 4.uu head; market,
lower; pigs and lights, Sl Jki 7i; mixed
and butchers, S7.au7 75; good heavy. S460
SHEEP AND LA MBS-Receipts. sOO
head: market steady: clipped muttons,
til 1ft- ellnnerf itmljl t9 0iK,SIOlK- ailnu
( JJ 7 2.'V S CMi a M! 7 Si' 5
IUi-ei.is and dlspoMtlon of live stock at
the I nlon Mock )arda, South Omaha,
iNttU., tor tWaillv-fiiur liAlir .nitlna tl II
clock p in., yesterday:
RECEli'TS CA 11 LOADS.
M A Rt P
MitMourl Pacific. ...
I "nion Par I Ho
C. N. u . ..
C. N. W-. weat...
, St. P., M. O..
i B. it Q., east....
, H. i CJ.. weat..
It t s P
C., R. f. aV P.. west
Chicago Ut. West.,
Cuttle. Hogs. Sheep, li r a
NEW YORK, June 1. Dealing In
storks today would have been more 1m
presslvo had the .novement shown
greater breaillh Most of the atindard
thnrea Were neglected, activity and great
est advaticea aanltt converging about war
rpeclaltlea and other nocks more or leas
remotely within that apfcial class.
For Instance. federal mining ajd
smelting common and preferred, one of
the obscure Isrues In the Cluggnhelm
group, sored tempornry leana of twenty
and five p"nte, rosiie.-tlvely, partly at
a result of ti e higher I rlcea for refined
copper an'! lead, and American Srieltihi.
t tiKgen helm exploration amalgamated
copper and National bad rose one to
three and one-half point".
n the more direct ar Issues, Bethle
hem Steel preferred rose to the new
hlKh price, of Uuj, with smart advances
In the common stock. New York Alr
S'lake, tleneral Electrlo "nd half a scorn
of other Industrial and equipments shar
ing In the manufacture of munitions of
war. Motors were relatively inuctlve,
Seasoned railway shnrea, ncludlnr
Union Pacific. l.ehlKh Vallef New York
Central and Atchison, were up a point
and United Statea Steel also hel.J steady
mill the close, when pressure wiped
( ut much If not all their early advantage.
Reading was heavy throughout, but tho
first preferred atock named five points.
The final dealing were enlivened by
marked act'vity In American Cut and
Central Leather, whlcn rose frm two
to threo points, but the list aa a whole
became increasingly Irregular at th
close. Total sales amounted to 410,ry
in tnclr bearing upon Industrial condi
tions, a new hlah export quotntlons of
2tHj cents for copper of the best grade
.mil a local rise In lead to 7 cents, werw
the chief features of the session. More
gold waa received from Canada, making
the return flow of the metal from all
s since January 1, approximately
Actual bank loans expanded almost
llH.noo.OiO during the week with a cash
rain close to Si vx, oofl, reserves Increas
ing about SN.i0,0o
Bonds were steady to lay, total aale
par value amounting to Sl,3.H5.fsO. United
stales bonds were unchanged on catl Cur
ing the week.
Number i f sales and leading quotatlona
on stoc.ts were aa follows:
Total receipts.... t 136
Morris A. Cm
Swift & Co ! '..
uuahv Packing Co
Armour A Cn
cnwarta & Co
CATTLE Receipts for the second wcea
In May have been around 17.000 head, or
a few hundred short of the week pre
vious but nearly ,oo more ttien for the
coriespondlng week last year. The market
has been rather uneven, this being In a
iHigu measure due to the unevenni'sa in
the character of the offerings. Wnile qut.e
u few sli Icily choice long-ted beeves are
coming a good aliaie of the receipts con
slat of sliort-ted and grassy steers and
ail classes of buyers are discriminating
shartly against these, on the choice cat
tle the tiend of values has been higher
and they show all ot a luifflio advance
lor the week, prime oarlinga selling as
high as 18.16, and choice heavies around
fli.m). On the medium and grassy stuff
trend of values has been lower and they
are quoted fully lOtlUic lower than last
week and hard to aell at that. Indica
tions are that the spread In prlcea be
tween good rornfuds and common grasa
ers will Increase as the seaaon advances.
Quotatlona on rattle: Good to choice
yeailtnga, S8.01ra.16; good to choice corn
fed ewes, S3 .4041S.W); fair to good cornfed
beeves, S.2iifis.40: common to fair corn
fed beeves. f.2-ll.16: good to choice heif
ers, IMxKjii 7 'i; good to choice cows, SL60
d7.j; fair to good cows. K 60.60; com
mon to fair cows, MfXtlofrO; good to
choice, 7. 00411. 20; fair to good Blocker
and feeders. I700g','.60; common to fair
Blockers and feruers, S.uurt7.V0: stock
heifers, 0.0wtJ7.00; stock cows, IJ.7fi4j4i.7S;
stoek calves. W. 6038 SO; veal calves, SX.00
fc'lO.oO; fat bulla, stags, etc., I5.6wQ7.2u;
stock bulls, Sj.00tJ7.U.
HOOS Reiulpu were liberal for a Sat
urday, about 124 cars, or S,20 head being
reported In. Total (or the week Is 6ti,lat
head, being S.aoo head smaller than a
week ago, but 11.000 larger than for the
corresponding week last year. Bupplles
continue to show a substantial lncieae
over last year and receipts for the year
to date are more than 2ii3,O)0 head larger
than for the same period of IUI4.
Shippers took care ot some of the light
hogs early at prices that were a 0011 1 a
nickel lower. Later, however, after pack
ers had started talking so bearishly they
shut down. Bulk of their early purchases
was made at t7.40t(1.46, with a high as
i'.60, the day's top.
Parkers were slow In getting started,
end when they finally began making of
rera It was on a big dime lower basis.
Sellers were asking pretty close to steady
money, and aa neither buyers nor sellers
were willing to make any concessions,
nothing was done until a late hour.
It was after 11 o'clock before things
finally started to move, but In the end
packer cema very close to carrying
their point, and when the bulk of hogs
moved it waa at price that were all of
r10c. and most seller thought largely
lOo lower than yeaterday. Big string
sold at 17.20, with qutte a sprinkling
around II!". and weighty hogs on down
the line. Shipper moved largely at 17.40
and above, top reaching 17.60. and the
hulk of all the a'es was quoted at 17 20
..Si 110 7 41
No. At. H. fr. Ne.
so t77 rjrt 7 74. .,
MS IN 1 74 Kl I0 t 40
f,7 tO tO 1 71 1M ... 7 40
7S 1S4 H M 1X1 ... 7 44
m hi to t rn it mt m i
ii :to mo 7i ii 11 lu
St ! 1H till 71 1 ... 7 44
M ut 4U0 7 tf4
SHEEP Under the Influence of the
lightest run in several year, clipped
lambs have moved up steadily all week
and Frlduy rea hed the highest level ever
keen here, good handy weights selling aa
high 110.'. V which I a quarter higher
than the outsir.e quotation at last week a
close and 4'Je above the best price that
had ever been paid up until and Including
last Friday. For the week shorn lam'i
are easily a quititer higher, and although
a comparison of tops shows a 40o advance
It muat be remembered tnat as a genera!
thing the high priced lamb last week
were on the heavy ( rder weighing around
DO pounds, while the only stuff here the
last half of this week waa well flnlst.ed
and of very desirable weights, in view
of this mini salesmen are not quoting in
advance or more man xuc to at tne out
aide Jew. Spring lambs have not been in
large aupply, hut there has) been a very
limited demand for them, and at the best
they are hardly stendy. The tlrat of the
Idahoa came here this week, end set a
mark for the other to aluot at. reaching
Quotations on sheep and lambs: 1-e.mbs.
good to choice, 110.3:10 76. lambs, fair to
good, S60tt 10.86; lambs, spring. HuOo-tfi
1171: ewes, irooit to choice. V. 6nrt v
I ewes, fair to good, H.fu 60.
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady Hogs Weak sheep
OI LUC A OO. Juno U. CATTLE Re-
jreipts, SUV head; native beef sbuers, Sn.76
tftnii wvstaita Bract a, sa.svjs. u; uuwt auu
heifers, !3.(jS.fc6; calves, ;.6"UIJ 26.
HOUS Receipts, lu,UUU head, market
weak. 6c lower; bulk of sales, S7.4uj.7.0,
light. S7.S&27.76: mixed, fl .i,'tlfl .; heavy,
Vt9u67.76. rough. e.317.15; piga, on.oO
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts, t.000
head: market stendy; sheep. 6 (H'fjT.uO;
lain be, 7 7i10.af.; springs. SH.O04 I l.tiO.
Ikleago Live liwk Market.
CHICAUO, June 1!. CATTLE Re
ceipts, StU head. Market eu-edy. native
beef steei-s, i s&u..'t; western ateera.
cows and heifers, 3.tn.s4,
calv.a, 7 600 10 st.
HOUS ltecttlpta, 11.000 head. Market
6c under yesterday's average; bulk of
salea, I7.4ou7.-i0, light. 17 ani'i 76; mixed.
r7.2fat;T6; heavy. .6J7.66; rough, ti.Xj
7 W; plue. WOHt;7.5.
SIIEEP AND LAMBS Reoelpts. 6,uX)
head. Msrket steady; sheep. fc.0'S7.0u;
lambs. S7.7taoila.l6: auriraa. Uikaoiu u
Amalsnmate1 (Vniwr ....
Amerlran Peet Htsr....
Amertran n. A R
Amsrlraa 8 a H. ptd...
Am. ttutar Hsrtnlns
Amrlian Tel. a Tsl
AmaHran T'tlmeeo ......
Brooklyn PtpM Transit.,
rsltfrnls Frtfolsum ....
Ontrsl Iaai br
Chlraan, M at at. P....
rhleacn a N. W
( tilno Copitee
Ciilnrsilo Kuel A Iron...
Colorado a goutharn
Penrer a Kin Orand...,
Ienr H. O. pffl
IHallllrra' Harurlllaa ....
tlreat Nurthfrn rfd
(Ireat Nn. ore rtfa
IntarlKfrnuiih Met. sM...
Imemaiirmal Harvaatta- ..
Kanata Hit Snutharn...
Iularllle a NaahTllla.
Mtaamirt, K. T
Mlasnurl Pai-lfle ,
New Yerk 'antral
n. y.. n. H. a 11
Norfolk 4 Wttrn
Parlflo Mall ,.
Pacltlo Tel. A Tel
Pullman 1 'alar a rar.....
lls mi. (AHjiper
Itepubllr Ima Htael..
Kurk Itland Co
Kotk laland Co. pfd
hi. u h. r. 14 pfd..
I'nloe 1'a. ltlo ptd
t'nltad Hlates Rtsal
1'. a. Slal pfd
Wa.haah pfd ,
Waatlnshnuae Elaetrle .
Me WH 1M
Total sales for I ha day. 410.0X stursa.
riearlaar Ilooae Hawk Statenaeat.
NEW YORK. June 12. -The statement
of the actual condition of clearing house
banks and trust companies for the wtek
shows that they hold IIU6.1M.500 rserrvo
In excess of legal requlrrmenta. Thla 1.4
an increase of SH.KCT.TiO over last week.
The statement follows:
Actual Condition Amount. Increase.
Loans, etc S2,4tM,7ni, S15,F30,OiO
"Reserve, own vault 4TiO.WtS.000 8.2-4,0i
Federal bank 127.677.Oot S. S10.O4)
Other depositories.. Jl.PTS.fioO 2,aW.tX
Net demand deposits 2.3i,ftHri.Oti0 2V.M2.O0O
Net tlmo deposits.... 188.72VOOO 4.2W.I01
Circulation 7.aftS.ono 6.oiio
Excess reserve 105,166.600 S.SS,:'0
Of which I?A1,K84,000 la specie.
Aggregate reserve, StilOUS.OOO
nummary of state bank and trust com
Panles In Oreater New York not Included
in tne clearing rouse tan-mem
Loans, ete Sft75.ne,t06
I.egal tenders S 6WI.O00
Total deposits 712,138,'JOO
Banks' cash reserve
In vaults 11.626,900
Trust companies' cash
reserve In vault.... 47,614,400
$1,7! 1 Mo
Local Htoeks and Roads.'
Quotations rurstaliea' by Borna. nrlnkw aV Co .
44 Omaha National bank gulldlng:
Flocks- BI4. Atked.
flankara Mortsaas Ixtaa U 20
lieairica crsauiorr. Bid M r
errs at v o , pfd an 14 fit,
Kalimont t'raasiarr. 7 per oanlpfd..,. lot -'loas,
..iii Diiioiins. par rwn PIQ...... a.
Hupp Automatic Mall Etihausa...... ao
Mountain Hlatoa Tel lej
Omaha C B. gt. Hy. p(d -j
Omslis C". B It. B . pfd ti
I'slaia Mill, I par cant pM at
Rrunlna. Nab.. W'alar Was ma. 144.
llli.omliixlon. Nab.. Klac. (a. !t ... lot
I'udalir ptt'klns t-J. r.a. 1VJ4 po
J I. I'm Thralilna Marhln a. lilt V
CnlumlHla. Nep.. Eloc. it. 12( si
tliiraiio fly . sariaa A 127 a
Iowa lOac. ("a. tt. Mi aa
Kan. City.. Mo.. nVhnui Ills. 4(4,. 1M1 loo.aj uj u
Lincoln Tl. 4s. IMS
if... ui... p,D,( mm, laau....
Nonharaatsra Kla'. Ca. 4a. lvU ....
Omaha K. I.. P. (a. 1KI)
Omaha tttwer 4S4a, Itli
OniRiia A c. II. bt. Ky. 6a. !, ...
Kd Cloud, Nob. 4Ht, l2t
wirt a Co. 4a. 14
fealtls. Wt.h . Urlitsa 4a. 11)31
tnlraraltjr 1'Ut.. Nab , 4V,a. l17 .
Wk-talla I nlon Htock Yards aa. lilt
101 o lot m
Kanaaa City Lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY', June 13. C'ATTLK
Reoelpts. lit' head. Market steady; prima
fed steers, s'lS.06; dressed beef steers,
I7.6Ki 90; weatern ateers, S7.263(.5; stcx-k-ers
and feeders, $h'.4OiiS.40; bulls. S0 004P
7.00; calves. I4.6MJi10.0O.
HOU-Recelpts. 1.600 head. Market
slow: bulk of sales, I7.M7 76 heavy,
r SGif'7.7i'; packers and btitchera, f7 Uxji
7.76: llht. r "ti .W; pigs, H.vxoT W.
SHBKl' AND LAMBS-Recelpta. S.00i
head. Market steady; iambs. So0oll50
yearlings. S7.7Mfj.26; wether. So.604i4.76;
t. Joaepk Live Stoek Market.
ST. JOSBPH. June 1, CATTLE Re
HOOS Receipts, 1 600 head; market
lower: top, 17 66; bulk. S7te(a7.5B.
clllPll:i' UNO UMHH-Recelnta. Uu
head; market lower; lambs, 10 003ai. 7J.
litl heAft ttttdr tttera erft..a.Mt.
cows and heifers, 4.ZLJi'5.7j; ca vea. SLOurm
Taeaa. frank and timely cmaiaaU aa Kaw
York glo.k ktchitnsa aaourul.a lu ttta ODD
IT HsIVIBW. laauad eaaklr. 41 a jaar
and lo, saatple eueiaa al Brosdvar. Now
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