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TUK I.KK: OMAHA. MOXDAY, JUNE 14. l'Jlo.
Apart meate ml Flat a.
KIVE-ROOM apartment, The Msson. 1st
and Mason. Conrad Young. .HI Bran
dels Theater. Iougli.s 1571
TW(l K1VE-KOOM r L.AT8, FACT NO
HTCM1S PARK. CALL. WALNUT 2MH.
m1 : piano.
FOR RKNT 6-room
furnished. June 2H to Sept. 1. Tat. L'oug.
7S97 or rail Hrlrn Apartment Office.
THRfcE-ROOM furnished apartment,
pleasantly situated for summer; porch,
ha dr. lawn. Web. W21.
Board aiil lloom.
FVmlshed Rooma that offer every mod
ern convenience, and comfort In private
families .r boarding hruara of the high
est class wll beat be found In the Fur
nlKhed Hoomn column of The lire. Phone
A I-ARGK southeast room, aultable for
two; table unexcelled ; beautiful lawn.
114 go. 84th St.
WEBSTER. iU13 Walking distance; 15
iXinOE, ?M1 Table boardera. Harnoy
Mortem, suitable for couple. Web.
ELMWOOD PARK auburban home block
to car. cool rooma, excellent board;
trees, lawn, borne privilege; reasonable.
BEAUTIFUL room, with two exception
ally large oloaeU. in a Weet Farnam
home: large porch and yard; good board,
young men preferred. Harney 4H1.
H-ROOM, completely furnished, strictly
modern bungalow for rent Web. AM.
4-ROOM cottage furnished. 911 S. 4tth
Ave. Call Harney
I'OR RENT-Niceiy furnished house, for
ummer month, large porch and lawn.
Address L, tm. Fee.
If you do not sec anything that suit"
you fn the wav of Furnished Rooma you i
Con nail .. . Xl ... 1.U 1 1 rr Tit.lv D n J u.k !
for the Flee Furnished Room bureau
and wo will gladly refer you to a high
class rooming or boarding houso In any
part of the city.
COOL,, mortem, newly furnished rooma,
walking distance. 101 P. 27 th.
iftfl feT. MARY'9 AVK.. strictly modern;
pleasant room; private family. Rod ?!77.
FURNISHED rooms with both, closet,
heat. light and water. Furnished
kitchen. Farnam Blvd. Harney l:w.
FURNISH KD parlor for gentlemen .ault
able for two. With or without board.
5W N. 21st At. Pouglne f.707.
DA V KM OUT,
471,1, front room, private
.NICELY funished modern room in pri
vate family. Call, Harney 74.
Stli N. auth; prlvHte lainiiy; reasnnable.
JtOOM In modern cottage, for lnriy; sult
nble for companion; walking distance;
private home; W per month. H. 40M.
I ' ASS. 1 7 UK-Mud. , eloc. 1 t;close in; u p.
CAHS BT., aoao Nicely furnished, in mc-1-
rn private home; reasonable. 11 2."75.
701 ii. MTU ST. Nice, cool, modern, fur
ntehed rooms; reasonnble. Tyler lfiSX
i:TH ST. Also
rooms, nicely fur-
FARNAM Extra nice, large, cool, front,
modern; walkliiK distance; meala If de
sired. Call mornlirgs or evenings. H. 6tin9.
Karnimeii itark. nlaiw Rooms.
LajIXiE. 2:i'l Nicely furnished house-keepiii.-j
rooms, $3.'.0 per week. H. B02X.
TWO housekeeping rooms,
211 N. 21.
16 per month.
2.t S. 3MTH ST. Housekeeping and sleep
lnr rooms; very reasonable. Li. 7S!U.
llil DOIMJE Modern light housekeeping;
I nfurnlshed llouai'krr plngr Rooi
tt SO. 27TH ST. 2 or 3 for i'.ousekeep-
everything furnlHhed; summer
lJAVKNI'OHT. 2510-16. suite of rooms;
laundry privileges; -large lawn, So. front.
'J416 CASS, three-room suite, nicely furn
ished sn.l decora ;ed, rent reKsonable.
floor: best location
room, hath room
Mca.xonuhiu to light parties,
220 N. kd.
l ed !;;&
Kou HrJNT--Bcautiful furnished room,
Miitnlile for one or two young men; pri
vate l.ath and every modern oonve lience.
At ply between 6 and 7 p, ni. Apt. 14,
'i'ravertou' Apis , 24th St. 4Uid Landon
UAVKM'ORT. 2018. TWO OR THREB
FRONT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
TWO, modern; will furnish. Doug.
Ltsrb Hoosetreplaa Hooms.
B24 SO. 20TH BT. Ught housekeeping.
P. 215 '
FIVE rooms, modern, adults, 18;
location. Webster 60?4.
-ROOM house. 1K27 N. ISth. Web. 1078.
1414 N. lid St. 5-r. cottage, modern ex
cept heat; newly decorated; one block
from Harm y car.
ALL modern 6-room house, on car line.
In Florence, large yard. Florence 808.
M Main St.
HF.ArTIFCL SIX-ROOM HOT'HE, 428
LINCOLN BOUIJOVARD I27TH AND
CASS). OWNER WILL RENT A ROOM
IF DESIRED. A SNAP TO THE RltiHT
PARTIES. WALTER WILLS, 403 BEU
HLIX1., DOUGLAS 7641.
NEW five-room atucci cottage, large
bath room, modern; 1 block from street
car, and paved streets. Call Web. 3I".
' 1445 BO. 16TH ST.
New, strictly modern, t-room; book
cases, oak finish; full bujsement; lot s"x
140; paved street. Will give terms.
HERKA & MUSIL.
:if.3 lies Bldg. UollKlas KK7.
South half of double brick
house 7 rooms, 4 bedrooms,
all modern, at i:il 8ouih 2Htri
St., near Park school, one
block east of Hanscom parK.
TeL Harney VmO.
2STH AND LKAVBN WORTH.
Jl-r., extra modern, Ibo.
O'KEEFE HEAL KSTATK CO.,
1014 Omaha National. Uoug
1'our clean, pleasant rooms.
t-HOOM house, Ut; good shade, large
screened pori'h: modern. Will pay to
investigate. 4; Pavenpoi t Bt.
We have a complete list of all louses,
apartments and flats that are for rent
This list can be seen free of chaiffo at
Omaha Van eV Storage Co.. SO 8. lrtb bt
s-4 00 141J N. 40th Kt., 6 rooms.
tM.OO J41 N. l.sth ht., 8 rooms.
til On 3M& Chsiles St., t rooms.
f:r(.0o 217 Park Ave., 8 rooms.
lil.io 3 Jones St., t rooms.
16.00 3?'-'7 Cuming St. 6 rooms.
..0i fJ0 Myrtle Ave., rooms
!2.60 te4 S. Vitli St., rooms.
t,lo.(A I4o4 Hawthorne Ave., 8 rooma.
li, (W ltB Io1uh St., 8 rooms.
im i N. S4ih St . 7 rooms.
1-5 ort SIU Park Ave., II rooms with heat
GLOVUK at SPAIN,
Doug. 272. 13 City National.
1741 i!TTH ST., neat 5-rouin cottagu,
mouern except beat. Iouglas rlii.
r the Central Furniture Hiorea.
1! F.NTA L LIST.
III .'T lfV
I H'lUJi 4- gKKVIC
Phone Douglss '-" for complete
vai a lit
tiouaes and aiurtmcnts. a;o lor
noting, loth anil Ju. i.a-u Sia
Hoaara and 4 nttsjaree.
TTnncnu frelgh Sons Co, Pee
FdUll-RUOM cotts.se for rent,
4lt Ht. Ihone Walnut 1W7.
Al U sixes, M per mnnln up. W7 PeJtton.
174S S. SMh St.. neat 6-room cottage, mod
ern except beat. l'ouglas 91S.
Gordon Van Co.
I1 N. 11th St
SM or Web Hit
J. C. Reed fvs
rnam. fi. M4.
1713 Webster St,
GlobeVan & Storage
Stores, moves, packs, ships: S-horee van
and 1 men. 1125 per hr.; storage tl per
mo Satisfaction guar. D. 43S8 ft T 2,10.
Stores na ttlc.
Nice Cool Office
Near the Elevator and Stairs
Electric Light Free
The Bee Building
Superintendent's Office. Room 103.
A nice office in a good location,
make your business plans successful.
THE BEE BUILDING
"THE PlTIIJUNd THAT
' IS ALWAYS NEW"
furnishes just such combinations.
Office Room 103.
NFW fireproof building, suitable for gar
age, laundry, bakery, etc, leslrable lo
cation. Conrad Young. !C3 Brandcls The
ater Hlds. Douglas 1571.
STOHKUUtiM, new and modern, steam
heated. 2;13 Leavenworth. f'onrad
Young. H22 Hrandeis Theater. roug. 1671.
2T19 N. 24th, isxsn. mod. ex. furn., I22.FO.
2f21 N. 24th, 24xnn, nlod. ex. furnace, .
being 24tb and Lnke, good trnnsfor point
and two car lines. Key 2617 N. 24th.
. Tl. 4Wt
HAPF.MF.NT, partly modern, 3. R. 4SS2.
FOR RENT Garage, elec. lights,
paved street, easy entrance. P.
WANTED TO BUT
VSEI corn popping outfit.
Address 8. C.
Tale buys everything 2d hand. Tyler 1418.
OFFKICK furniture bought and sold. J.
C. Reed, 1207 Fnrnam. Doug. 6146
Slightly used high grade piano. D. 2017.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED To rent six-room apartment.
Must i.avo two bedrooms: somewhere
between 'tf'th and 401h St.. Ieavenworth
and Dodge; tnruo grown people in family.
Acmress, j ow, rare or jiee.
PARII A HtM II l.M4 FOR SAI.K.
Live OaX Colonies, none better. W. T.
Fmlth Co.. S1S-H City Nat Rk. T. Zgla
HAVE TOU A FARM FOR SALE?
Write a good description of your land
and send It to the Stoux City, la.. Journal,
"lowa'a Most Powerful Want Ad Me
dium." Twenty-five words every Friday
rveaing, Saturday morning ana very
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
for one month, giving sixteen a Is on
twelv dltierent days for J; or 60 words,
14; or 75 words, fg.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper, readers dally In four sreat
FOR short time only, 3 good farms,
althin 30 miles of Omaha, in Iowa, 1126
per acre; good terms.
Tit gtate Bank Bldf. Doug, lui.l
I RED RIVER VALLEY bargalns-3M
acres and 360 acres adjoining on the
banks ef the Red liver, with natural
timber surrounding buildings; best of
soil. Roth improved and under cultiva
tion. I'rlre, 140 per acre. For terms and
particulars, write inland Land Company,
Ke rg us Falls, Minn.
40. M OR 160 ACRES, good heavy soil. In
well-settled part of Todd county, Minn.;
good roads, schools and churches: price,
IIj to 320 per acre; terms, II per acre
rash, balance II per acre a year until
lend la paid for; 6 per cent Interest.
1028 Plymouth Rldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
SMALL MISSOURI FARM.
15 cash and IS monthly, no interest or
taxes; highly productive land, close to
three big markets; write for piiotographs
and full Information. Munger. K, 171, N
Y. Life Rldg.. Kansas City. Mo.
COCNTRT HOME NEAR OMAHA.
111,00 buys a highly Improved farm,
consisting of about 61)4 acres located on
one of our boulevards out from the city,
only a 40- minutes' ride. Good water sys
tem, small amount of fruit, some alfalfa,
tame hay; nice, large, beautiful shade
trues and all kinds of shrubbery and
about 10 acres of natural timber, making
a beautiful park. This la an Ideal propo
sition for hsndllng thorougnbred stock ot
any kind. Living spring in pasture.
C. R, COMBS.
CIS Brandels Theater Bldg . Omaha. D. mi.
LAND AT AUCTION
NEBRASKA REAITY AUCTION CO.,
CENTRAL CITY. NEBRASKA
REAL ESTATE LOAN9
FARM IAANS. R PER CENT
TOLA N U & TRUMBULL. 44S Bee llldg.
1100 TO tlO.OOU made promptly. r U.
VVead. Vead Bldg , 18th and Farnam Bts.
CITY and farm loans, 5, ti. t per cent
J. H. Dumout & Co.. 414 fctate Ban.
WANTEJ CiooU farm and city loans at
PETERS TRUST CO . 1S22 Farnam.
WANTED CM y loana and warran'a. W.
Farnam Smith & Co.. l.20 Farnam Bt
f property. Large loans a sperisity.
It Thomas. 228 Htale Bank Bldg
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder, City National Bank Bldg.
UMaHA homes. Eaat Nebraska farina
O'KEEFK REAL rioTATE CO.,
lfllf Omaha National. Phone Douglas Z71&
8i:E us first
farm loans la eastern
States Trust Co.. Omaha.
CITY LOA Nil. C. (1. Ca.-iberg.
JW-12 Brandels Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTAXtO WANTED
LIST real estate and rentals with DON
ELtlON K. K. CO.. Jul Dm. Nat I Bank.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
HAVE lot In
good location to trade
Phone South 1646.
REAL ESTATE XORTH 8IPE
lURQAllTli Y 0 Y NER
A beautiful 8-room, strictly modern
home, in splendid condition; good loca
tion; elegantly fin shed Inside; as good as
new; large lot ; cistern. I'ri a.7i. Call
2iU Wilt Phone WeL. 2b after ) a. m.
RE A iT" K ST A T E Ht) I ' T II H I IE
Ffilt SALE or rent
C"V t'Tlll.'. U' S
;. Wsliuit T.
RKUi KSTAT Ki M I St'KLLA N VT'VH
WILLIAMSON CO, paxtiii
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Brisk Demand SUrU Rally in Wheat
and Market Advance Half
to Three Cents.
CORN STILL HOLDING ITS OWN
OMAHA. June 12. IK
A good demand caused a railv In wheat
t day and the market advanced from Sc
to io, Tnere was a liberal amount of
wheat sold, but moat of It waa of the
hard winter variety, there being very
lltt.e Turkey wheat on the tnb.ee
Corn continues In good demand and
was a fair number of salrs reported
l auvanced prices. The marKet was
quoted unchanged to higher.
The receipts of oats eie light snd
there was not much of a demand for that
cereal. Oata followed corn and wheat In
the advance and were quoted 4o higher.
Corn bulls bejieve that within a few
weeks the visllup supplv t onrn will be
cut down to below last yar"s, as fanners
are not tei'ng and the break In pi lies
has created an active demnnd from ship
pers and exporters. Hears say that a few
daya of warm bright weather will help
the crop and that tfcero has been auffl
(.'icaiances were: Wheat nnd flour
equul to &,0W bushels; coin. 0,0i bush
els. Uvervool Prat wheat unohangod;
I'rlmary wheat receipts were 415.0TO
bushels and shipments 67.0r btishels,
against recelpis of 2r.7,ftm bushels and
shlpmenta of t7,00i bushels lat year.
I'rlmary om ra-elpt" were b.W bush
els and shipments ".(i00 bualtoln. against
receipts of 783,000 bushels anI shlpmenta
of 415.ftK bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 4H.000 wish
els, and shipments 4S3. bushels, against
receipts of CTB.OOu bushels and shipments
of 6W6.00O bushels last year.
W hoat.t- orn.uavs.
Pt. Loula ..
Wheat: These sales were reported to
day No. 3 hard winter, 1 car. 11.14: i
ir, I1.14S; 1 car, i. 13V; l cir, n-un.
1 hulkhead tl.MU: No. 3 hard winter, 1
car tlurkey), ll.WH: ro. 4 nam wmwr,
I car. 11.10; No. 3 spring. 1 tar. II.OS. Rye:
No. 2. 1 bulkhead. l.u7V. Corn: iso. t,
white. 2 cars. 7c; No. I whft". 5 cars,
6SV-; No. 4 white, 1 ca". Vic No. 2 yel-
low, 1 car, 69c; 5 cars, WW ,o. yei-
low. S cars, fttiic: 1 car. 69c: No. yei -
low, 1 car, 9V4c; 1 ear, ffi'o; 1 oar. 68c;
No. 2 mixed, 1 car rnear yeiiowi, iw; o
cars, tivc; No. 3 mixed. I car, '; i
cars, hSVjo; No. R mixed, 2 cars, wc; i
car, 68c. Oats: No. 3 white, 3 cars, 44c;
No. 4 white. 1 ear. 43Vlc. Samplo: 1 ear.
Omaha Cwch Prices Wheat: No. Tur
key. tl.HHWl.15: No. I Turkey, tl.l3t7
1.14; No. S bard, ll.UVsrrfl.141.: No. 2 hard.
ll.llfil.11: No. 4 hard. II tMrl.l"; .No. a
spring, $1 0W1.12; No 1 durum. 1.14vjl.l5;
rso. -i durum, fl.in'rjl.14. norn: '.
white. (ft57oe: No. I white. WViiSfe;
No. 4 white. SaWSo: No. 6 white, r,K"t
68i4e: No. white, 674668o; No. 2 yellow,
69Vnc; No. 3 jcllujv, XJiVic; No. 4
yellow, riwc: INI. 0 yeuow. tnnwi-.
No. 6 yellow, 7VW61c; No. 2 mixed, tMiVtf
(W'v: No. 3 mixed. SdWiitc; No. 4 mixed.
RAILWAY T1MK CARD
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REAL ESTATE WEST BIDE
7-rooin, two-story modern hoaise. Hot
water heat, bath, full cemented base
ment with laundry. Lot iOxUM, south
front, on grade; fenced, fine ahade and
fruit trees, lawn and shrubbery. Good
neighborhood, near school and Farnam
ear line. Will make very emy terms,
phone O. 8448.
PILES FISTULA CURED.
Dr. K it. Turrv cures piles, fistula and
other rectal diseases ulthout S-irvl.al
upuration Cure guuranleel aud no;
ri to I icy
L,Ml1 l.liltl ' ,ll'e.t A rllA f,,.' ttfuik I
t. tint. ml
. i:i: .
.IV; standard 44..M4V; No. 3 white. ?
rc; No. 4 while .I4i4iv.r. Psrlev: Malt
lug, flf.tic: Nr. feed. rjUZ Kye: No.
i, 1 OTgri.OTH ; No. S, 11 ; j f. (Hi V
tlltCAtiO I.Rtn AM -MOVIt
real area of Ike Trwtltnar and i Inalasr
Prices HiMird of Trade.
CHICAOO. June U Fear of damage
'rom heavy rains northwest had good
deal to do today with an advance hi the
value of wheat. The tnntkrt cosed
rtrong at c to !' aiove last night.
"on gained lc to Hffivc. oals finished
unchanged to He higher and provl. ions
down 2MK.C to 27V'.
I-or the first time thlj season nxlty ;
ni to the spring crop lecame Ine lesdlng
Influence affecting the wheat no-rket.
The fact waa generally appreciate! that
int. next rew weeks would he
a i rlvlcal
time In the spring wheat belt and thst
excessive moisture formed an el-'ment
of danger, esgieclally as a twelve hours'
downpour throughout Minnesota and the i
Dakotaa was said to have followed al- '
most dslly rains since the beginning of
My. There wss also a renewal of mis
givings In regard to the effect of recent ,
frosts In the northwest. Most of the
strength from these sources showed itself'
In the last hour of the session. ,
yulte a severe break In the wheat mnr-1
set preceded the flnal'bulge. An upward I
Undency at the start was for ahlle
morn than offset by news that harvest
had begun In Kansas with weather of an
unexpectedly favorable sort, which prom-1
Ised to continue until after Mumlny at
least. .Subsequently rumors of FAiiopean i
buying of new crop winter grades helped
to bring about a rally.
Bulls controlled the corn mnrket from'
the outset. Adverse rron reports from
Iowa and Nebraska wem rmphsstxed by
similar advices from oilier states, notably
from Missouri. I'emsml from the sea
board grew much more liberal and coun
try offerings diminished In oats the
feature wss selllna pressure on the Sep
tember delivery. Severn! big commission
Louses led the stta.-k on thst option.
Lower prices for hogs weakened pro
visions, (in the decline packers car .a to
the support of lard and ribs, but seeme.1
to neglect pork.
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17 77 's
10 67 ',a
i rwi i.
7V1 10 27H
l 10 60
Chicago Cash Prices When! : No.
nominal: No. 2 hard. Ji.u'l.a;'.
I No. 2 yellow. 74:i4(7ic ; others nominal.
Oats: No. 3 white, 4K'(4Me; slHiiuurd,
4S'jr)48c. Rye: Nominal. Rarlcy: 6S'u
7f: Seeds: Timothy. I'vinvjuiMl; clover.
IS.oOtUiO.3o. Provisions: 1'oik. I10.7&; laid.
I. 30: rlhs. l!.62V10Ti.
H UTTER Weak; creamery. 2&27c.
EtKiH ltuoelpts, 24,73s cases; un
changed. POTATOES Receipts. 20 cars old; 10
cars new; market unchanged.
POULTRY Alive, lower; fowls, 3Jc.
KKW T UHH URKEBAIi NtRKET
Qsolstloaa of the Day oa Varlaas
NliJW YORK, June 12 .-FlXlU'It Dull.
WHEAT Spot, easy; No. t red. tl.7.4
and No. 2 hara, 81. c. I. f. New York,
exKrt billed; No. 1 northern.. Imluth,
1.2'., and No. 1 Manitoba. l.2:)4, c. 1. f.
Buffalo. Futures were steady; July, II.Ki.
COitN Spot, steady; No. 2 yellow, 84V.
OATS Spot, steady: standard. MW: No.
3 white. 54V: funcv cliimed white. Lt,Wi
HOPS Unlet: state, common to r-holce.
19M, Wi'llic; Pacific coaat 1K14, lOttrllc;
111 J, Vo'lOc.
HIDES-DulI; Bogota. 31c; Central
LEATHEIt t'teady: homlm k firsts, 32c;
seiolids. Mi. 31c. ,
PROVISIONS-Pork, steady; mess. I1H.O0
(fflSnii; family, I2l.unr.i 23.(4); short clear.
SIB6D4Y21.WI. Beef quiet; mess, llK.5oj1l.;
family, 119 SDi jl).oO. . Lard, easier; mlddlo
IAUiOW-Quiet; city, S7,c; country,
64(c; special. 6'e.
BUTTER Firm: receipts. 8,724 tubs.
KdUH Unsettled; receipts, 12,4Xi rases;
fresh gsthered extras, SiUfi-M'e; extra
firsts, 21fiei'v; seconds, S'ilHt,c; firsts,
Itgraotye; nearby hennery, whites, fine to
fancy, iVbliCbc; nearby hennery, browns,
CHEESE Unsettled; receipts. 12.910
boxes; statu flats and twins,, colored or
white specials, 16Vk4f l&Ac ; average fancy,
POULTRY Alive weak: western chick
ens, broilers, 2V('24c; fowls, lfVfrflOc; tur
keys, 12fil3a. Dressed, Irregular; western
frozen roasting chickens. lM)22c; west
rn broilers, 22?2Sc; fresh fowls. Iced, 14
17c; turkeys, lo4jl7c.
OMAHA UKXEHtli MARKET.
BTTTTF R No. 1. 1-lp. cartons. Jle; No
I gtulb. tubs. I3c.
CHEESE -Imported Swiss, 82e: Amer
ican Swiss, 25c: block Swiss, 22c; twin,
16Hc; daisies. 17Mic; triplets. 17 Wo: Young
America. 18c; blue 'abel b-irk, HiHc; llm
burger. 2-lb. 20c; New York white. 18c;
imported French Koduefort. 40o.
FISH Trout. 14o; large era t' plea, 14c
halibut. 13c; channel eatflsh, lie, herring,
7c; codfish, 14c: mackerel, l&c; salmon lc.
FWFET POTATOES Kanssa. It 78 bbl..
Wholesale prices of beef cuts effective
April 28 are ss follows:
BEEF CUTS Ribs: No. 1. 18V. No. 2.
lMc; No. 8, 18Vc. Loins: No. 1, 20V;
No. 2, 2oc; No. S. 18-1c. Chucks: No. 1,
llViC; No. 2, ll4c; No. 8, lie. Rounds:
No. I, 164c: No. 2, lie: No. 2, 14 V.
Plates: No 1, V; No. 2, 8V; No. 3, lie,
POULTRY Brohwa, !0c; spring chick,
ens, 16c, hens. 14c; cocks, b'tf; roostera
IHc; stags h'ac; ducks, 15c; geese. Hs;
turkeys, lSyirc; pigeons, per dog., 00c:
ducks, full feathered, 10c; ceese. full
feathered, 8c; squabs. No. 1, II. M; No. 3,
Fruit and vegetable prices furnished by
GUllnskl Fruit company:
FRUITS Oranges, fancy California
Velenclas, 9is, 1'0s, 12'is, 321s and 360s,
13. 2 per box; 22Ks, 13.60 per box; fancy
Csllfornla Navals, 80s. !His, 100s and l'-'s.
82.76 per box. lemons, extra fancy
(iolden Bowl, 300s and s. I". 00 per box;
fancy Silver Cord, sous and 3"s. 14. U
, 4.00 per
box: fancy Justnte. ts and 3's
tog. Orapefrult, celebrated Chase brand.
ttg, 14.00 per box; 4ds. 14.60 per box; 64s,
500 per box; 64s. 15 00 per box. Pineap
ples, extra fancy Cuban, 24s, 'Mm and
12.50 per box; extra fancy Florida, 24s,
S'm and !. 12.75 per box. Bananas, me
dium sice, IJ.Otrn:2.2S pur bunch; Jumbo
fruit. Changuinola and Port Llmon. 4o
per lb. Strawberries, (xtra fancy Mis
souri quarts, 15.25 per case; extra fsncy
Tacomas, 12.60 per case. Deciduous fruit.
peaches, plums and apricots, , 12.W per
box: cherries. t1.7ae2 00 per box.
VEOETABI.ES cabbage, new Callfor.
nla so to 100-lb. crates, c per lb.; south
ern 14r,-lb. crate, 2S- per lb. Head let
tuce, lid) per dog.; leaf, 4)c per dog. Pep
Irs, 60o per basket. Tornatoea, fancy,
12 V) per crate; choice, 12 00 per crate.
Artichokes. 11.36 per dot. Endive, 16c per
lb. Onions, Texas white, 11.86 per crate;
Texas Sllverskln, II. Ml per crale; yellow,
11 26 per crate. Potatoes. Minnesota
white, 75c per bu.; new. Texas Triumphs,
PjOIIj. sacks. 2V per lb.. Asparagua,
home-groMii. Mi-11). bunchna. market
price. Cocoanuts, 13.00 lr sack; ttoc i-r
dog Nuts No. 1 California walnuts. 18c
per lb ; filberts, ISo per lb : Brsslls, 12'c
per Tb.; pecans, l.'W- per lb. : sugar wal
nut dates. 11.60 per boa; almonds, 20c
MISCELIANEOUK-Shelled uopcorn. 4c
per U) : crackerja'-k. 3 .fg per case; half
case. 11.76: limes. 1176 per l.auk. t. check
ers. 13.60 per case; half aa. 11.75: pea
nuts, raw. 7c ier lb.; aaik lots. Jumbo,
8c per lb.; roasted, Hc per lb. salted.
11.60 per can.
Kaaaaa 4'lly GraSe aad
KASAtt C1TT, Mo.. June
No. I hard. II. mil. IK; No.
12. V HEAT
t red, II. low
Ml; July, 1102: September,
tember. II OUVii I P-.
CORN No. i m'xnd, TW21c; No. 3
white, 73e; No. t yellow, 73V'4c; No. 8,
73c; July, 72Sc; September, 1,U''. lc :
OATS-No. 2 whit, 4J,'Ji,4Cc; No. 2
mixed. 40 C'.
Bl'TTEH 4,'reamery, :7c; firsts, IVi;
aeionda. 2-U ; packing, ii'ti.
H)1S Hi l aia. t ; seconds. 12c.
poUl.TR V Hens, lit; roosters. Se
I.laiu Hollar Market.
in.c.lX. III.. June '.' -ISCTTEl: 27c.
1 fW'i 1 4iJ
1 06' 1 06V, I
4a 4.V ,
17 IT. 17 40 'I
17 67l4 17 I
9 5.1 '
io 37' J io rvJ
If fi'ii! 10 70 I
OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKET
v"""r u,,u u,vvn ihiims
Cattle Receipt for the Week Six
Thouiand Ahead of Same Week
RUN OF SIIEEP IS VERY LIGHT
.11' NK 12. W
'attle. Hogs Hheep
lOifielHl Mom. lay ...
i t'tilelrtl Wednesday
j Otflrl il Thur.Mlay .
Nix dtivs tl.l. mi. i-.jiji
um. , ...
Um ; !
...... weess airo . sn?;o
-;me 3 aeeka ago 19.IS9
Kame 4 weeks ago....lfcV)
tame days last year.. H.IA
The following tahle shows the receipts
01 rattle, hogs and sheep at the South
vuiana live stock m.tli.l fn- -.ha vear
as compsred with -.ast year:
1SI.V 1U. ir-. LHh-.
I.M.ifl ,t70.!i79 .(
1.4W..S1 1,J2T..147 i.,lf7
Mll.Mt I.VII.DTO 7."'.l7fi
following tablo shows the average
price r..r hogs at tho South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
JPjt I imfi. iisuTilsTil iiuT isii.iiitio.iui.jr
71 J 4I oit k 41; 7 IU a Ml s I 14
46 a h
9 Is. J M
7 4s 78 411
J Mi I M I 7 08
7 M, g aal 7 1. a ail
47V I N, u; t Jl M 7 11
7 M ai 7 40 I 7 ti I 711 I J1I 7 M
7 i 7 a;
6 -,! 9 4 7 14
I JSi 9 'Hi 7 3
9 06, 7 34
I 83 I 7 4
5 SK, I W.
Kv 9 lil 7 3:
f ai 4 H 7 84
7 m B 23. 7 l
7 '.; 8 1 7 3i,
8 041 I is 7 281
3 41 -.1
IH 8 Al, T Jo
7 4S; 4 27i 7 4,:
7 4-" 7 !M, I 7 441
June ! 7 4! 7 MM 8 37 ,
G Ml 9 si 7 H7
Jiino io; 7 411 T ; 8 88 7 4,V 6 W, 9 to 7 4.'
Juno 11 , &4a, 7 H7 8 J, i o k' 7 !
June lai 7 y.lr' 8 H3: W 52 , 7 35; & I 7 39
lUceu is and disposition of Uv stock at
the Lnlon Mlock yards, South Omaha,
Nb.. for tweniy-four houig ending at 3
o clock p m., yesterday:
RECEIPTS 4. A KLOADH.
Cuttle. Hogs. Sheep H rs.
C. M. dt tit. 1
C. ei. N. V.. east...
C. a; N. W.. West...
C. tit, l, M. O..
C. H. A g , east.,..
C, H. i W., west..
C, It. I. Ar V., east
C. It. 1. A P.. west
Chicago Ut. West..
V. to .. "i
1 V .. I
.. - a.
2 12b 1 "i
Morris Ai Co
fcwtft V Co
2, 4. 3
Cuuahv Packing Co.
Armour A Co
fcnwurti oi Co
CATTLE Receipt for the second wees
In May liuvo boon around I7.IM) head, or
a fw hunJrod short of the week pre
vious bui nearly H.voo more than for the
corteaponding week lust year. Tlie market
In, a been rather uneven, this tming in a
iMigc measure duo to tho uuevenness in
the character of the offoilngs. Wnile qulie
lew st.lctly choice lung-led beeves are
coming a good snare or the receipts con
sist ol short-led and grassy steers and
classes of buyers ara discriminating
snan.ly against these, tin the choice rat
tle tn- liend of values naa been hlgncr
and they snow nil ot a I04i16c advance
lor the week, prime yearlings soiling aa
high as !i. 15, and choice ties vies around
)... un tlix medium and grassy siuif
trend of values hss been lower and they
are quoted fuhy lOOjbic lower than last
week ami hard to sell at that. Indica
tions ai that the spread in prices oe
twten good corufeds and common greas
ers whl Increaso as the season advances.
(jtiotutions on cattle: Oood to cuolcv
yearlings, W.fiO'oO.lR; good to choice corn
fed ewes. M.I0ij8.W; f'r to good cornfed
beeves, I.:"!! v4; common to fair corn
fed beeves, I7.2j.as.15; good to choice heif
ers, li.tUtf 7.; good t choice tows, I'.W
iil7.."i0; fair to good Cows, lofAini.nO; com
mon to I sir cows, 84 .(aMi&bO: good to
choice, 7.t)wio.2o; fair to good stockers
and feeders, I7.0uj i.50; common to fair
al.i.'kurs and leeucrs. ln.wlui i.w); stock
hcllirs. to.OnOj'7.00; stock rjowg, 5.7y076;
stock calves. n.6ti8 50; veal calves, IK.0)
'II lb. in; fat bulls, stags, lc, o.6t47.26;
stock bulls, .. 17. 00.
JiuOS-Re clpls were liberal for a Sat
urday, about 124 ears, or 8,200 head being
reported in. Total, for the week la 6d,ls6
heud, being D.. head smaller than a
week ago. but 14.0u0 larger than for the
corresponding week last year. Supplies
continue to show a substantial Increase
over last year and receipts for the year
to date are more than 2o3,OJO head larger
than for the same period of 1D14.
Shlpiiera took care of some of the light
hogs early at prices that were about a
nickel lower. Later, however, aiter pack
ers had started talking so boarishly they
shut down. Bulk of their early purchases
was made at l7.4oji7.46, with aa high us
17.50. the day's top. ...
Packers were slow In getting started,
snd when they finally began making of
fers It was on a big dime lower basis.
Sellers were asking pretty close to steady
money, and aa neither tfuyers 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
packers came very close to earning
their point, and when the bulk of hogs
moved It was at prices that were all of
f.ulOc and most sellers thought largely
10,; lower than yesterday. Big string
sold at 17.. with qutto a sprinkling
around 17.30, and weighty hogs oh down
the line. Shippers moved largely at 17.40
and above, tops reaching 17.60, and the
bulk of all the saes waa quoted at 17 21.1
No. Ar. Ph. Pt.
74 Ill 1o 7 40
74 141 800 1 40
71 1 ... 7 40
I 1(1 ... T 41
7ft I"l M 7 41
as 141 10 7 40
74 IM ... 7 44)
' SI. .
1 74. .
, al. .
the Influence of the
lightest run in
several years, clipped
I lumba have moved up stesdlly all week
and Frid iy reai tied the hlgheHt level ever
seen licre kowi uanuy acis" eouma e-
high ss 8IO.'.6. which is a quarter ingnei
than the outside quotation at last week s
close and ie above the liesl price that
had ever been paid up until and including
last Friday. For the. week shorn lambs
are easily a quarter higher, ai.d although
a comparison of tops shows a 40c advance
It must be remembeied tnat a a general
thing the high priced lambs Is at week
aere on the heavy order weighing around
jo pounds, while the only stuff here, the
last half of this week waa well finished
and of very liesliablo weights. In view
of this must se.lesmen are not quoting an
advance of more than 26c, to at the out
sldo 3oo. Spring lsmhs have not been in
laige supply, hut there has been a very
limited demand for them, and at the ln-at
thev are hardly steady. The first of the
ldahos rame I ere this week, and set a
mark for the others to shoot at, reaching
Quotations on sneep ana lambs: Ismba,
good to choice, lo.:t,fi 10.75 . lambs, fair to
good, tfia 10.36, Is m lis. prlng, llo.UK
11.75. ewes, good to choice, $.".(aii.3n;
ewes, fair to good, 4.nutifi.6o.
Kanaava 4 tly Live Miook Markel.
KANSAS CITY, June U.-CATTLK
Kr.ltita. ! heed. Market steady; prime
fed steers, 8.wiv.0b; areta.a tieer steers,
7.(rti IS), western steers. I7.264jk.60; stock
era and feed.-is, o.4tH.4ii; bulls, '..'Jit
7.(Ki; calves. 14 6o10 .
HOOS- Receipts. 1.60O head. Market
slow: bulk of sales. 7.66ii7.76:. heavy,
r. fAtt.V; pa. kera and butchers, 7.0
7 7ii- light, 17 . .'.60; pigs, 14 6(f.7.60.
SIIEEP AND LA MHS-Receipts, S.ui)
htad. Market steady; lamlw. x t-i11
yearlings, :.76(t. Jo. wethers, t..6t)'iii.76;
Ml. J oar pa Live Bliaek Markel.
ST. JOSEPH. June 11 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1U) head, steadv: steers, 7.6o(u1uo;
cows and heifers. I4.K4I 76; calves, 4.Uaoi
HOflS Receipts, I.SO0 head: market
lower, top, 17 86; bulk. 17417 66,
SIIEEP LAND IaAUHS Receipts. l
head; market lower; Umba, 110 OOTJ1 U.TS.
Ht. Loels Live Sluck Market,
CT. IjOUIS. June 12 CATTI J-: R.
ceipts. " head: market steads ; native
lacf steern, 17 laii,.2.'i: yearling steers and
hellers. .! 8" cows. Is.tssiiT.ju: stock.
ars and lce.leis 8-i (asuH.it; southern steers.
i'.feX.Se: coa s snd heifers. It nrv.ja. vi;
xl-IUciits. t.din ftu, markel.
lower: pigs and lights, rt.a--(t'r.7r; mixed
snd butchers, IT.Oiri.iK; good heavy, l W
MIKF.P AND LAMftH-IteeelpU,
head, market stei.lv; clipped muttons,
It rmi .in: clipped Ismhs. It tt, "prlng
t llK itiO LIVB STOC K M 4 HK FIT
Steady t-llna a
I'HK'ACHl, June 22.-CATTI.Fi- Mnrket
steady: receipts. Ji bend, ustive Iwef
steers, UtiMisil': western steers, h.lW'il
4 If. ; cows and heifers. U.Ji.iS ..". calves,
r K"ti iiv a..
lliM'.S-Itcelpts. Iii.mii head, mnrket
.. I . C. I ...... , ... I I, u I .. - A4V..f '' .
1 light." 17.; vj7.7r. mixed. 7.;-.v1i'7 hesvv,
n AxiiT.Tfi; rough, .'7.1f.; pigs. Iio0
HIIF.F.P AND I.AM US -Maielpts. ' .fin
head; market steatlv: sheep, p: iir-,i7 do.
lainlw. I," 7iu !.; springs, IS.ift 11 wt.
Slonx f'liy I. We
HIOCX CITY, June
12. CATTI.R Re.
celpts. l'l head
1 H )!- Ilerelpts. 4 M t.eA.I ; market to
loaer; heavv. :.2eri".gl' mined 72i'72S;
light. I7MI7 20: bulk of sales, 7.2vii7.'i.
SH tUl' ASH I.AMH8- None.
erv York Mney Mnrket.
NFW YORK, June IS -MKUCANT1LK
PAPKR 3'4U tc,
STKHLINU FXCH AKaB-Mv bills.
f 7S2.; demand. l 7C!i; rnlbes. 14 7S76.
RILVF.R-Har, 4!V Mexican dollars.
HONlis Government, steady; rallroada
Cl.lng prices on bonds
f ! ref. fa.
N V I an aa JU l
do cnuprtn ......
V. R. re,
I . !4 4". reg
ransn.a Ma. ennpan.
. T N Y i ' 4ia. IH1 im
1"'N V. Slate 1
liHlN T , N. II. II.
ten rr sa .. lilt.
lion Nonnarn raciiio
1'" on S
Am hmehsrn aa . .
l"a O S. I
.. . S
a. t a t.
4'a.irii I'ao. T. a T. 4a,
4a a.' -Pern. con. 4a .
a. ... 3V, tieadlna sen 4s
'H I, a ! r. r.
Aoh1an sen. I
ll.il Uiln 4-
i Tie., t Ohio 4i '. Konihem Ta. . r. . aia.
C II J I. 4a. as (, aa VS
C M 54 I' a 4't ld"S Southern Kallsay in "'
c. a. ref (y r.1,1 mm. I'snfto 4a...a
IV R. 0. raf. la do cv. 4a H
'! sen 4a il'. H Ruhhar a...1(.Jt,
IJeneral r.lerlrla r. iiv.x r. p Hfe aa 1SJ
Ureal No lai !M Waraiah 1t (a. .101
lliinnia in. rof. 4 7 Weaiam I'nlon 4v,a n
rv i '. !.. rer. w at Flc r
I. A N. un 4a ... . .l Ht. P. cr Is
M , K. AT IM 4 ,6'il- M l P. ev
M" rac. cv. ."4 ... J rasas ces. Ua
NEW TORK. June ll.-COFFFE-Thn
market for eoffee futures was higher to
day on so Altered covering and a little
local bull support which api-eared to lw
Inspired by the further advance of Rio
exchange In lamdon and reiHirta that
comparatively firm offers were reaching
here from Hi axil. Klrnine in the stock
market appasrs to have created rather
a more optimistic a-lew of general trade
conditions which may also have helped
the advance. The market oiwned un
changed to T points higher ami rloaed at
a not advance of 1 to 6 points. H'tles.
8,260 bnats; June. 6.Sf,c; July, i't.!ic; Au-
Just, 8 86c; September, S.rc: October,
K7c; November, .IU4c; December, bk-;
January. 8.93c; February. n7c; March,
7.02c; April, 7.0,c; May. 717e
SHit, quiet; Klo ,s, 7c; Samoa No
V- Mllrels prl.-e were unchanged. Rio
exchange on London 6-32d higher.
NEW YORK. June 12. COTTON
Spot, quiet; middling uplands, 9.d0c. Bales,
Futures opened steady; July, 8 6 . ( Mo.
ber, 9.90c; Doeember, 102 January,
10.29c: Msrch. lO.rcc.
Cotton futures closed steady; July, I.6.V;
October, 9.90c; Iecember, 10.17c; January,
10 22c; March, 10 4ftc
The cotton market closed steady at a
net decline of one to three points.
LIVERPOOL. June 12. Ci iTTON Sl ot,
quiet: prices bleary; good middling, 5.73d;
middling, 7.41I ; low middling, 4.9Hd. Sales,
Minneapolis fJratn Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. June 12. WHEAT
July, I1.2IS; September. II 0ft',; No. I
hard. 11.8m.: No. 1 northern. ll.r24J1.30S;
No. i northern, U.ln,til.2KV.
CORN No. 3 vellow. 70Ui'71e.
OATS-No. 3 white. 41UH41'c. '
ItYE-ll 121; 1. IS.
OI and Rosin.
SAVANNAH. Oa., June 13. TURPKN
TINE Firm at 8i.Vi3se; aalea, 636 bhls.:
receipts. (173 bnls ; shipments, 7V bbls. ;
stock' M.fc2 bbls.
ROSIN Firm: sales, 71 bbls.; receipts,
I.RnS bbls.; shipments. 35 bbls.; stock,
of.24io bbls. Quote: A and R, U.70; C and
D, 121; E. 13.00; F. 3 413.10 (. 3.1
3 15: H, 13.16: 1, 13.20: K, 70;, M. 14.05;
N, 15.10; VU, 16.70; WW, 8...X6.
Ht. I.oala f.rala Market.
BT. LOU1B, Mo., June li-WHEAT-No.
i red, 1114; No. 1 hard, II 174J1.20;
July, liomi; September, fl.rMS-
CORN No. 2, 7So; No 2 white, 74',(fi)
75c; July, 74tf74V: Heptomher, rjTc.
OATH No. 2, nominal; No. S whltev
131 43 rie.
I.lvertMtol tiraln Market.
LIVERPOOL. June 18. WHEAT-Spot,
weak; No. 1 northern Dultith, llHd; No. 1
hard winter, llaAd; No. 1 Manitoba, "Is
7d; No. 2. lis 6d; No. 1 11 3d.
CORN Spot, easy; American mlxrfd,
new, k. r
Dry laoods Market.
NEW YORK, June 12. DRY OOODS
Cotton goods market were steady and
quiet today. Yarns were dull. Fine
fancy cottons were in good demand.
Burlaps sold steadily at high prices. Un
cus were firm. ICnit goods were tw
Bank f learlugs.
OMAHA. June 12. Hank clearings for
Omaha today were U,;,,418.1H, and Tor
the corresponding day last year. 12.473..
212.93. The clearings for the weeg were
l!,5flO,124.72. and for the corresponding
week a year ago, 115.814. S3.
NEW YORK. June 12 HUOA H-ltaw,
firm; centrlfiiKal, 14aVc; molasses, 4.12c.
Refined, steady. Futures closed steady
and unchanged to 3 points higher, due to
a little trade buvlng.
ICaaporatrd Apples and Dried fruits
NEW yORK. June 12. EV A PoRATED
APPLE Steady: prune, firm.
DRIED FRU IT -Apricots and peaches,
dull. Raisins, qulel. but steady.
Price of Lead Advanced.
NEW yOllK. June 11 Announcement
aaa made today that American Smelling
and Relinlng company has advsuced the
rice of lend from to 7 cents.
At Summer School
The University of Omaha summer;
school, which will begin Juno t ami con-I
tlnue until August 13. will have three
separate departments, accoruing io .ns
Selma Andersen, who has lsn mad,"
conductor for the session. The three
branches will take In academic, pedagogi
cal gud collegu subjects.
Because the Omaha High school Is not
to have a summer school this season, tlu
university hss taken steos to enlarge Its
academic: department. Several new Jti-
strut tors have lieeu added so that a
larger ringe of subjects ign be taught.
The acudemlc work Is to be identical
with that i.fleied at the Omaha High
school In order that -pupils attending the
summer school may rtcelve their high
si hool c redits without taking a special
examination save that given at the close
of the work at the University of Omaha
The regular teachlug faculty of the col
lege lias been retained and it I J expected
that this department will have the larg
est enrollment of students. Unre than
fifty applicants have already signified
that they intend to make up work.
The summer school will continue for a
peilod of eight weeks of six daya each,
aa id. Saturday holiday will be allowed.
All the clsaea. if olble. will tie held
in thr lurenoon
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Dealings More Impressive if Greater
STANDARDS ARE NEGLECTED
NEW YORK. June 12 Dealing In
stocks tvlay would have been mora Itn
preaslve had the movement shown
greater bresilth. Most of the etandard
hares were neglected, activity and great
est advances again converging about war
apeclaltles snd other stocks more or less
remotely within thst spclal class.
For Instance. federal mining and
'inciting common and preferred, one of
the obscure Isauea in the Ouggnnhelm
group, scored temporary leads uf twenty
end five pomts. respectively, partly as
a result of the hlirher trices for refined
copper and lead, and American Smelting,
tluggenhelm Exploration, Amalgamated
copper and National lead rose one to
three and one-half points.
In the more direct far Issues. Bethle
hem Steel preferred rose to the nea
high price of linv with smart advances
In the common stock. New York Air
brake. ( loners I Electric and half a score
of other Indiistrlnl and equipments shsr
Ing In the manufacture of munitions of
in sr. Motors were relatively Inactive,
Sesaoned railwav chines. including
1 nlon Pnclfl,-, l-higli Vallef, New York
Central and Atchison, were up a point
and l ulled States Steel also held steady
i ntll the r loee. a nen pressure wiped
i ut much If not all their esrly advantage.
Reading ass heavy throughout, but the
first preferred stock gained five p.ilnta.
The flnsl dealings 'vere enlivened by
marked activity in American C-m and
Central leather, ahlcri rose from two
In three points, but th list aa a whole
became Increasingly Irregular at the
close. T-tl sales .lmoonted to 410,non
In their bearing upon Industrial enndl
tlons, a new high export quotation of
2"; cents for ropper of the best grade
ami a local rise In lesd to 7 ent, wwr
the chief features of the session. More
gold wsa received from Canada, making
the return flow of th metal from all
sources alnce January 1, 4proxiraatH
Actus! hnk loans expanded almost
R.0i,flm duting the week with a eaali
gain close to IH."-,nfw, reserve Increas
ing about .no.oiift
Bonds nere steady torlsy. total sale
rnr value amounting to !1.an,iaK Cnlted
Slates bonds were unchanged on call dur
ing the week.
Number of sales and leading; quotations
on stocks were aa follows:
galas. Hl. ljm. rgoaa
A1i.lt Oela ,
Amalgamated taper ....
Amerl'-an Heet 8ussr....
Amertran R. A U
Amarlran 8. II I4...
Am Hugar tleflnlns
American Tel. Tal
Amerloan Tohscro ......
Haltlmore A Ohio
Ilrooklrn Itapld Trsnalt.,
cnllfernla I'alrolauni ....
I'hlrasn. M. at St. P...,
I'hlcas.i N. W
(Colorado Vuel Iron..,
Denvar A Klo (irsnde...,
Iienver a It. O. aid
blatlllara' Rerarltlaa ...
Ureal N'ortharn pfd
(ireat No ora eifa
Illlnol i antral
Itilerhornnah Mel. pfd.,
Internatlnnal llaivaeler .
Kanaaa citr Mouthern...
ly.ulavllla a Ksahvllls.
Mlaaourl. K. T
New York Central
N. Y . N. H. 4) H
Parlflr Tal. ft Tel
Pullman IV. la. a Car
Hit Con. tapper....'...
Itaptthllo Iron tk Steal..
Ib.rk Ulsnd f o
a.am w r,
1 ot 77 7as 14'
ISA 4H 4 4lt
aa.jnn 4 44 4a,
It. too m UH M'a
SM lflSVk 104 IN
ii. am rrv- 47 it
l.no ,inHi 141 H 10114
cH) 74H T4ia :s
mm in, ni u
1.IMI Hs HtH Ut
11.104 41S ll !
a stti ei,
t.SWI 47 H 47U 4T
l,4o sea i H'a
J.70S t?4l 4 IH,
.i rv, rt
l.S) 17, TH, 17JS
(on 1ia Ii1 JiS
4oO 171, I 7
M.lou 47V4 Mis S
too 7t 7 7
5.w f.' M
4rtl 14', 04 lltt
too ra, :S4 jav,
son 144 144, 14k
1.7IM 741k 71 74'j
40 rv, r 17
mo u ii us
1.H0 HVi us us
1.7O0 til, 7 7li
r ii u ,im,
41 lfKSk 10IV, 103
loss loav, ion, 107S
1.0.10 t M
l.non 107V4 ft ).s
, '.4O0 IS 1F.IX 1?
i 4.40S I5S ZDS, I'.",
, 4.S.10 W 14Sl
l.sos in, sas
m H - , .
S S .4,
i.ioo s asii ' Ma,'
404 14T, lg4 1S
2 i I i
KM lia Ilk 17H
I.ioo il vj l-jnv,
ton ft s m
44.10)1 sis o S SOS
txi os io loas
linn SOS MS 4.14a
Tta S S ',
M0 7 (TV, 7S
I.4O0 sis rrs sis
440 11V4 11 i
Hoik Inland Co. pfd
hi. i a h. r u p
tlnutharn Paelfle ,
gouiharn itallwar ...
Taiaa Con pen?
t ni.is Ptt ifla
t'nlnn I'aririo pfd
Hulled Hlalea Sieal...
V. g. Hla.1 pfd
t'tali CH.ppar ,
Montana fowar ,
Total sslas for the dar,
4I8,4of aba res.
ClearlnaT Hoauae Bank gtatraueat.
NEW YORK. June 13. The statement
of the actual condition of clearing house
banks and trust companies for the week
shon s that they hold HWi.154,600 reservo
In excess ot legal requirements. This '.4
n Increase of la.ssT.lbv over last week.
The statement follows:
Actual Condition Amount.
Loans, eto 2.4H0,7V).i)00
Reserve, own vaults 4M),MI,000
Federal bank 127,677.000
Other depositories.. 31,(78.000
Net demand deposits l.fWt.SOo.OOO
Net time deposits.... 18)1,728,000
Excess reserve 196,1W,600
Of which lan.mt.OOO la specie.
Aggregate reserve. leiO.lH.OOV
Summary of state bankg and trust com-
rianles In Orealer New York not Included
n the clearing house statement:
Loana. etc i7o.,2n9 SLJR'l.'.si
lgal tenders .6W,(W0
Total deposits 712, LSI, WW
Ranks' cash reserve
In vaults . 11,034, 800
Trust companies' cash
reserve In vaults.... 47,114,100
Local Mocks and Bonds.
Quota! loos furntahsd br Burna. Brtnser aV Co.,
444 omatia National bank building:
Hankara Morfawse Ian
Ileatrtca 4'reamary. pfel .,,
Ieere A Co., pfd
Fairmont Creamery 7 par rant pfd..
Herald Hull, Una 4 per cent pfd
Hupp AutomatU: Mall Cachausa. ,,.,
Mi.uiilaln Mtalaa Tel
llmaha 4 '. II Si. Rr. pfd...
Omaha O. U. It. B . pfd
Pelera Mill, 4 per rant pfd
hrunlns Nab . Water WkS 4Sa. 1834.
Pl.Himlmttoa. Nab., Elec. ka. 1144 ...
I'udaby 1'arklns Co. -4a. 124. ..
J I. I'aae Threahlug Marblna Ha. 1414
lei loi s
im. tl lol. r
11 to 104 ; t
cnliimtMja, ruaa. r:iec. ea. 1934
I hi, ago Rr . aerlas A 1927
loan Kle.:. CV. a. IVS4
Kan. City. Mo . SYhn.il PI.. 4Sa. 1M1
l.lmi.ln Tal Sa. VK
M.l'ook. Nab. 4a, IKS)
Nortlisaalarn Elec i o. aa. 14
omaha K I.. 4 P. ir. lft.ll
Omaha Sawer 4W. 114
Omaha a '. H. St. Ht bm. lki
Hed lluud. Nb. 4',,. UM...
Salft Co. (.a. 14I
Keattla. waah.. Bridaa (a. it
1 illierallr I'la.. Nab., a. 1S17...
Wliblla I'nlon flock Tarda a. ls.1l..
- Ol CO. -NEW
Mew Terk Btoek Bxohange
Jlsw Tork Cottoa xca.aag-e
Chicago atoaxa ol Ta4
. Iralg Mereaaata' Bxoaaage
Kaaaaa City Boar at? Trad
Klaasapolls Okaaaba el Oosa ssese
Oasni rala wxshaaga
711-15 Drandels Olds.
W. G. FUtLgR, Mgr,