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llih lihhi: OMAHA, Fill DAY. .JUNK IS. 11)15.
FURNISHED house In Dundee for um
mer References. Wsl. 1578.
KfRMsHKM room. Wl Farnam dis
trict. 131 N. Slut Avi.
FIN a modem unfurnished room. first
floor, new hont, use of piano, 16. ii ar
LK.AVKN0nt, doutile room, mol
m, 1 SO; single housekeeping room, Etta.
iMOU modern, newly furnished
walking distance im E. 9Mh. .
URGE, cool, elegantly fum. rooin. 13
to 16 week; reel nome meals; large
lawn porch. Ml N. 33d. P. ITM.
!S07 FARNAM-UW, nicely furnished
front room with east exposure. Modern
ronvenlencee. For gentleman.
ONE large front parlor and one Bmejler
mom. Couth 30th SI
TWO parlora on ground floor, with
kitchenette; large porch, private en
trance: everything furnished. H S. 27th.
1. t -r. eultee, modern. 1160. D. 7102.
Mnl ST. MART'S AVE., strictly modern;
pleasant room; private lamuy. n-q cii.
FURNISHED rooms with
h. urht and water
lla-ht and water. Fumiahea
kitchen. Fernam Blvd. Harney 1399
FURNISHED parlor for gentlemen . ami
able for two. With or without board.
fH N. Hat ft. DouglaajTOT.
Cool rooms, mod . ress. 3rrai Cass. H. 7S.
DAVENPORT, 4713, front room, private
N. 17TH, 809 Cool housekeeping rooms.
NIC ELY funlshed modem room In pri
vate family. Cell Harney 7404.
701 kl 34TH 8T. Nice, cool, rooacrn. mr
nlshed rooms; reasonable. Tyler W.
809 BO. 1TH ST. Also
rooms, 121 Leavenworth,
Farrataaeal H"ii'l Rooms.
823 8. 10TH ST. Housekeeping and sleep
ing rooms; vary reasonable. D. 7 KM.
3428 DODGB5 Modern light housekeeping;
CX 88, 3412 Throe beautifully furnished
rooms, ground floor, sink, g-s and
CA6S, 1709 Pool, modern rooma. 13.00.
BURT. i-23 J likht housekeeping rooma,
all modern; rent very reasonable.
DAVENPORT. 2f10-l, suite of rooms;
laundry privilege; large lawn, go. front.
DAVENPORT, 2018-Two or three nicely
furnished front houaekecptng rooms.
B-nn nirvr tfeautlful furnished room.
suitable lor one or two young men; prl-
va hth end every modern convetlonce,
Apply between 6 and 7 p. m. Apt. 14,
Traverton Apia.. 24th St. and Landon
tB tor staked Housekeeping; Rooma
CAES. 14141 unfurnished rooms on bath
room floor; reasonable. nougia ijai.
Is em el Cottagea.
T-ROOM house. 1827 N. 18th. Web.
7 ROOMS: all modern; on car Una, Bern is
Park. H 2049.
ALL modern 4-room house, on car line,
In Florence, large yard. Florence 808.
900 Main 8t.
NE7W, modern, n-room bungalow, hard
wood finish, built-in bookcases. 2W7
Wirt Phone PougUs 6858 or Walnut 2CS4.
t S-room cottage; good else lot. 4913
N. 16th Ht.
SOOTT St H1I-L. CO.,
J6 S-ROOM house In Kountse Place for
130. Call Tyler 21 01.
1U4 N. 22D ST.. 4-r.. fiat, steel range, lias
stove, kitchen cabinet, water raia.
RASP BROS.. Douglas I'M.
W-EBT FARNAM. 7-R.. 145.
118 N. 88th St. near Dodge; very, choice.
handsome finished brick; sleeping porcn
and sun room.
Tyler 1534. State Bank Bldg.
t-ROOM house. 18; good shade, large
screened porch; modem. Will pay to
Investigate. 41 Davenport St.
For Rent -
South half of double brick
house 7 rooms, 4 bedrooms,
all modern, at 1511 South 29th
St. near Park school, one
block east of Hanscom park.
TaL Barney U0.
t pacific ST. 7-room. modern, I2.;
walking distance and close to Park
car; will put In first-class condition.
Tyler 1538. State Bank Bldg.
2808 DEWEY AVE., 8-room, mod., rent 5
M. U. LA.NlERYOU.
- Douglas 67Hj. 202 Neville Block.
8-ROOtM HOUSE, strictly modern, good
location. 1137 S. 2Kth St. Phone H. KV2.
$26.006 rooms, all modern. In fine loca
tion. Near car.
130.00 (-room house, finished in oak. Mod
ern except heat.
130 00 T-room all modern house. Fine loca
tion. AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANY,
17th and Douglas. Douglas 8013.
We have a complete list of all houses,
apartments and flat that are for rent.
Thl list can be aeen free of chaige at
Omaha Van Storage Co.. KW a 18th 8t
SEE the Central Furniture Stores. FREE
FIDELITY B&NvTici FREE
phone Douglas 28S for complete Hat of
vacant bouses and apartments; also for
storage, moving. 16th and Jscasun Sts.
ALL alsea, 13 per month up. 607 I'KXton.
Gordon Van Co. Sf:
V N. 11th St.
Tel. D. 894 or Web. UU
I. Keen Packing stoi
TV K Van and (Storage
Maggard s &&
Ing. packing, shipping.
1713 Webster Bt
Store, moves, pack, ships: t-horse van
and 1 men. 11.26 per hr.; storage 12 per
mo. Satisfaction guar. D. 43.11 i Ty. 2J0.
WEST FARNAM r)lstrlrt; 7-room mod
ern house. 108 8. S6lh Ht.
IIOUSCS rr'f,h SonB Co B14-uuu"-a
In all parte of the city.
teres evaa otltec.
A nice office ta a good location,
make your busine plans successful.
TIIE REE BUILDING
TIIE P.UILDINO THAT
13 ALWAYS NEW"
urnikbes lust such oomhlnatlona,
Office Room 103.
Nice Cool Office
Near the Elevator and Stairs
Electric Light Free
The Bee Building
Superintendent's Office. Room 105
GOOD storeroom, 818 N. lth et. R. 437t.
FOR RENT Oarage, elee. lights. waUr,
pavea aixeei. trasy cniranos. v. suu.
WANTED TO BUT
Yale buy everything Id hand. Tyler 141.
CFFl-'ICE furniture bought and solj. J.
- Peed. IJQT Karnsm. Doug 14
BllgbUy uaea utgh grade plan, D. 3S1I.
FARM Rt(ll ItMII FOR lLR.
live Oak Colonic. none better.
Pmlth Co. 913-14 City Net. Rs-
"here are llvlna rondltlona more
atreeaHe, ami whcie run you make a
mui-h money on a email farm a In Pal
teron Cotory. California. In the won
derful Pan Joaquin Valley
ion ran cvhenge a farm n .enrasas
or Iowa for this beauiiui little rancn.
There are Jt, acre, all In cultivation.
Boll the rlchost found anywhere, all at
level an a floor, and At for alfatfa.
fruit, or English walnuia. tmly SH mllea
from town. 8 acre adjoining rente for
$21 per acre csxih.
rAYBB IWKSTMKMT CUMI'AXI,
Ware Block, Omaha.
HAVE TOIT A FARM FOR SALET
Write a aood description of your land
and send It to the Rioux City, la.. Journal,
Iowa a Most Powerful want A.I Me
dium." Twenty-five words every Friday
evening, Saturday morning and very
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
for one month, giving sixteen a Is oa
twelva different days for 12; or SO words.
Largest circulation of any Iowa, news
paper, readers aauy in lour great
FOR short time only. 3 good larme,
within 30 miles of Omaha, In Iowa, IU
per acre; good terms.
711 State Bank RW.
SMALL MISSOURI FARM.
18 rash and to monthly, no Interest er
taxns: hlshlv Droductlve land, rloee la
three big markets; write for photographi
and full information. Munger, tt. hi, xm.
Y. Life Bldg., Kansas City. Mo.
Big Land Opening
On Tuesday, July 6, Only
At $9 Per Acre
Of Swigart'a new Dickson. Township
Tract In Manistee county, Michigan. We
throw In x.uoo additional acres In addi
tion to the original acres. Many
who could not leave work last month
wanted another chance and requested a
reopening. We will not reopen the sale
at the former price of 18 per acre. We
cannot now make the price leas than A
per acre, and this la a lower price than
these lands will ever asatn be offered
for. It is still only a traction of their
value and they will soon be several times
that price. No land for snle until ex
cursion arrives on ground. Not less than
40 nor more than 190 acres to one person.
:0 down and 17.60 monthly on each 40,
or annual payments. Five per cent off
for all cash. No land at thla price aft.ir
cheap rate excursion, which leaves Chi
cago Tuesday, July S. 11:30 a. m. Kntlre
expense from Chicago and return, includ
ing board, railroad fare, Pullman sleeper,
etc., about 15.fi0. Write Immediately for
niap-clrcular, giving all particulars. These
are choice farm lands adapted for gen
eral crops, stock, dairying, poultry,
truck, fruit; near towns, railroads, mar
kets; iilck transportation bv boat or
rail to Chicago. Grand RaDldi. Detroit
Opportunity of lifetime for wage earner.
farm renter or farm hand to get a farm
George W. Swigart
Flrpt Nat. Bk. Bid., Chtrfo. o
COTJNTRT HOME NEAR OMAHA,
tll.ono buy a highly Improved farm,
constating of about llbi acre located on
one of our boulevards out from the city,
only a 40-ralnute' ride. Good water sys
tem, small amount of fruit, some alfalfa,
tame hay; nice, large, beautiful shade
tree and all klnda of shrubbery and
bout 10 acres of natural timber, making
a beautiful park. This Is an Ideal propo
sition for handling thoroughbred stock of
any kind. Living spring In pasture.
' C. R. COMBS.
Ill Brandel Theater Bldg., Omaha. D im
IXIUGLAfl COUNTV STOCK FARM.
Finest of corn land, some timber pas
ture) geed 10-room house, barn 40x80, and
other good outbuildings. Located only I
mllea from Valley and Waterloo and
close to South Omaha stock market. Just
the place for a feeder.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Ware Block. Omaha.
BARG.VIN IN SMALL IRRIGATED
B0 acre of rich, level land, adjoining
good town on Union Pacific railroad.
Water rlaht moaA and Paid ud. 20 acre
alfalfa. 30 acres com. Will exchange for
good Income property. Price V per acre.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Ware Block, Omaha.
FINE IMPROVED SALINE COUNTY
ISO acres, only 5 miles from Friend, In
well settled, rich neighborhood. Best of
land, .1 forced; 7-room, 2-story, new
house: big bam, with alfalfa, chopper,
reed mill, elevator and gasoline engine.
water Piped to barn, cement milk house,
big silo nnd other outbuildings. A choice
term. Price tva per acre. Easy term.
PAINE 1NK8TMENT COMPANY,
Ware Block, Omaha.
LAND AT AUCTION
NEBRASKA REALTY AUCTION CO.,
WYOMING homesteads; limited area of
excellent land; open to sao-aore filing.
Unsurpassed for grain, corn, potatoes.
vegetable, alfalfa; good water; free coal.
Btockmsn a paradise; game plentiful: see
ond excursion June 24. Bee me at Paxton
hotel June i-zu only. C J. oumbolton.
nEATj ESTATE LOANS
TOLA NI ft TRUMBULL. 448 Bee Bids.
1100 TO 110,000 made promptly. r I).
weed. Weed Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Eta.
CITY and farm loans, t. 6H, per cent.
j. n. Liumom o., i state nan.
WANTED Good farm and city loan at
PETERS TRUST CO., 1823 Farnam.
WANTED City loan and warrants. W,
Farnam Bmlth ft Co.. 1320 Farnam Bt.
CITY property. Large loana a specialty.
v . ti i nomas, zvs mate ann Bldg
MONEY on hand for city and farm loana
H. W. Binder. City National Hank Bldg,
OMAHA homes. Eaat Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1018 Omaha National. Phons Dougiaa WIS.
BEE ua first for farm loana In eastern
Neb. United States Trust Co.. Omaha.
CITY LOANS. C. O. Ca.-iberg.
310-13 Brendela Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LIST real estate and rental with DON
ELSON R. E. CO.. 301 Om. Nafl Bank.
Apartment, flat, house and cottage!
ran be rented quickly and chsauly by a .
Bee "Eor Rent." j'
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
Get a New Home
Exchange your lot or cottage on new
two-story, strictly modern dwelling In the
Field club district, constating of six fine
rooms, and aleepmg porch. Downstair in
oak; oak floor upstairs. New and up-to-
date: built bv day labor: owner would
ell on reasonable terms or consider va
cant lot or unincumbered cottage.
Scott & Hill Co.
'7 .vl.-Cautie Hldg.
FOR EXCHANGE 9uO acres Iowa land,
all first class corn land; want hardware
and implements or general merchandise.
Vein Hick, Osceola, la.
REAL ESTATF .NORTH SIDE
HOC8E and lot. XliZ North 28th Avenue,
31,0ie, -'! cash, balance montnly pay
ments. Uood neighborhood. One block
trom rar. Frank Crawford, Tel. Doug
BARGAIN BY OWNER
A beautiful s-rooiu. trutly modern
home. In splendid condition, good loca
tion; elsgaotly finished inside; sa good as
new; large lot; cistern. Price 13.700. Call
tbl Wirt Phone Wet. TMe after 9 a- m.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
All Certa.li Go Down, with Wheat
Taking Biffeit Drop, Two to
Two and Half Ctnti.
ENGLAND IS SELLING ONCE MORE
OMAHA, June 17, IMP.
Ml cereals on the lint were lower today.
L.r"1 t,Kk blsgftt drol, elllna
corn receipt were fairly good, thlrty
aeven care being repotted in and. with a
poor demand, corn sold Stllc lower.
Oats sold 'fjc lower
AN hen the faot Is considered that F.ng
land was again a reseller of nw wlu-at.
It shows that supplies destined to the
l nited Kingdom trom India and other
exporting countries are quite llderol.
in addition to the Im rearod shipment
from India and those to he made, a re
port was current st the seaboard of the
thai-taring of freight room fo' iOOCW
huslieia of wheat to be shipped from
horthern Ruasla to Trance, presumsbly
Clearance of wheat and flour ware
equal to OT.OOt) bushels: com, 1M.O0O bush
els: oat. 706.000 bushela.
Llperpool spot market: Wheat to higher;
lo lower; corn unchanged.
Primary wheat receipts were 415.0O0
bushels and shipments jLW.OOO bushels,
against receipts of 2&V0O0 bushel and
shipment of itt.noo bushels lest year.
Primary corn receipts were 431.000 buh
,ela and htpmenta 4.0i bushels, sgalnst
receipts of fan.nno bushels and shipments
of 398.000 bushels last vear.
Primary oats receipts were 888.000 bush
fla and shipments 7M,000 bushels, against
receipts of o22,(i00 bushels and shliunrnts
of 4!0,IM0 bushels laet year.
Wheat, corn. uats.
Sales reported today: Wheat No. t
har.i winter: 1 car, 11.12; cars, 11.114.
No. I hard winter: 1 car. 11.104. Corn
No. 1 white: 1 car, 71Ho. No. 2 ellow:
5 cars, owc. No. 1 yellow: 1 car, '04c;
t cars. 70o. Ne. 5 yellow: I rar, Wuc
No. 2 mixed: 1 car. near white, 70c; I
car. Kc; 1 car. SS4c . No. 8 mixed: 1
car. near white, TO4c; 1 ear, WV; tars.
Sflo. No. mixed: 2 cars. 84. Sample:
2H ears, 7c; 1 car, fc. Oats No. 8 white:
S oars. 4430. No. 4 white: 3 cars, 44c.
Sample: 1 car. 43He: J cars, 43c; 4 car.
Omaha Cash Price Wheat : No
turkey, ll.MbfM.U; No. S turkey, l.ll4gi
112: No. i hard. Il.liai.ll: No . 8 hsrd.
tl.104rl.ll: No. 4 hard. 1.0rtil.09: No. 8
spring. l.0Djjl.in; No. 2 durum, lUOCdl
1.10; No. 8 durum, ll.OSWl.W. rn: No.
white. 7ie71Vkc: No. S white. TtrVfl'.lc
No. 4 white. 70704c: No. t white. 49V
?04o: No. white. 4?t70c: No. t yellow,
7fttffT0Uv Vn 1 vellnw. 7070ltc: No. 4
yellow, 4fr70r: No. & yellow, W"l1Tc:
No. yellow, a4c; No. 1 mixed, !4
ff'iMir; No. 8 mixed, uWKN-ie: No. 4 mixed,
W.Wf9c; No. 5 mixed. 6Sii.c; No. 4
mixed. WKB'WHc; earspie mixed. M'fl'i.c.
Oats: No. I white, 4M?-4o : standard,
lii&4oc: No. S white. 444m4c; N- 4
white. iSHo. Barley: Matting. Mji
6Sc; No. 1 feed, ClOac. Rye: No. :. $1 0)4
LOT; No. . tl.O&Sa.M.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PRnVlIOS
Features of the Trading- and Closing;
Prices on Board of Trade.
CfllCAGO. June 17. Kuinor of Impor
tant successes for the British and French
In their effort to reopen the Dardanelles
did a good deal today to mako wheat
average lower In price. The market
closed unsettled at ort to c ad
vance. Corn finished unchanged to o.
higher, oats Ho down to l-lo up and
provisions the same as last night to ISo
Lowest Prices of the ilay in the wheat
pit came Immediately after false resort
that the Dardanellea hail been forced. It
waa not until after tho close of the ses
sion that anr definite news csnte Indi
cating a genuine basis for claims of
headway being made In naval attack
on the Turk. Before that time atten
tion of trader had largely reverted to
the effecta of heavy rains throughout
the west and southwest- conditions which
t. the beginning of the session had
brought about a sharp bulge in Iht mar
ket. Foreign selling here and at the ea-
board made a decided Impcrsalon toward
weakening wheat prices throughout most
of the day, except at the start and the
finish, when the fears or harvest delays
seemed to he uppermost in affecting
quotations. Torrential rain were re
ported In parts or Kanaai, Oklahoma and
Nebraska. One place in the last named
state, tho town of Curtis, was (aid to
have been deluged with eleven Inches of
Persistent buying on the part or. the
REAL KSTATE NORTH SIDE
North Side Home
at Right Price
33.7S0 buys 1908 Corby St Thl I a
well constructed two-tory. 7-room,
modern square house, having hot water
heat. Newly painted and In good condi
tion. Located on south front lot, 60xl2u
ft. Convenient to churches, school and
car line. Thin price la 11,000 less than It
has cost the owner and 1 something
worthy of Investigation.
Immediate posseaalon. " Key Ml our
George & Company
Phone D. T54. ft! City National Bank Bids.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
Must Be Sold at
1130 S. JSth St Good old 7-room house,
modern except heat; choice east front
lot, 60x150. Street and s'ley paved and
all paid for. If lot waa vacant It would
sell for I1.7D0. House and lot ran now be
bought for K.'.ino: loo casta, balance
monthly or exchange considered. In
vestigate st once.
lot McCaxue Rids.
riione Douglas lft.1.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
Buy a Home
LET 80 PER CENT OF YOl'R RENT
BUY YOUR HOME. ,
See us for a conservative
plan to own a home.
T RAVER ErtOB.
7ui OMAHA NATIONAL BANK RLDO.
CH AS. E. WILLIAMSON CO., Paxton
Blk. Doug 2107
BARX1A1N 8-room residence with base
ment, lot 3b by 86 ft., rented, bringing
11 per cent. Price 2,Si). In choice part of
city. Address Y 574. Bee.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
We are offering one of the best located
lots In Dundee on Nicholas Ht.. between
60th and ''1st H. Hs a nice terrace, on
paved stieet, I'l a locality where many
new hones art being built. Will make
HABT1NOS & HEYPKX. 1814 Harney Bt.
RUPTURE cured in a few day without
pain. Call or write Dr. Wrav. (04 Be
Bldg.. Omaha Established VSV4.
PILES. FISTULA CURED.
Dr. K H. Tarry cures piles, fistula and
other rectal diseases without surgical
operation. Cur guaranteed aud no
money paid until cured. Write fo book
or. rectal diseases with testimonial. DK
E. R. TARRT. 240 Be tlldg
houses wltli fountry onne-t1ons more
than counter-balanced In the eort mar
ket the effect of the weaknesa of the
wheat. Optnion gained ground that a
verv late fall would b. if-eletl In ma
ture the crop where planting had been
Uats rallied with corn. There was much
complaint of enceeelve wrt weather end
cf rank growth.
Provisions ascended with htgs. but
afterwartl heajo.1 down grade. 1'neker
taking adv.ntse of the advane had
swung to the selling side.
Closing prices on optlonfj
Article Open I Hlsh I low. Coso. Yeay
1 0 I
17 07W1 18
17 60 17 til
9 1 t;i
10 3ft 1 10 80
0 i 1 10 rtIV 10 Hil,
Chicago Cash Prices-Wheat: No. 2 red.
II. im: No. S hsrd. J1.1al.lR'. Corn: No
2 ye llow. 7MiJr7iiV,o: others nominal Oats:
Nr. 2 white, 4HVo: standard. tr.MV.
Rye: No. . 3t.lVlil.lfi. Harlev. 7inTc.
Pied: Timothv. S.0iae.W: clover, fs.nnf
18.80. Provisions: Pork, l.7i; lsrd, ft.Si;
ribs, !.76.fl10 .
BUTTER Steady: creamery. :;rfni7r.
EGGS HlKher: receipts, l.2:ifc caees; at
mark, rases Included, ltVfiiTV-; ordinary
flmtg. ltV(t'lSc; firsts, I7ktll7c.
POTATOES Lower; old. receipt. 37
cars; Michigan and Wisconsin, white,
MHtftftc: new. receipts, 80 cars; Texas,
sacked, Triumph. 7600c; North Carolina
POULTRY Alive lower; foal. l!o;
MEW TURK liBXERlL MARKBT
Qaotatleas of the Day e Tarleaa
NEW YORK. June 17. KIjOUR Uarely
W If EAT Spot, easy; No. 2 red. II 24H.
and No. 2 hard. It.27. c. 1. f. New York,
export billed: No. 1 northern, Duluth,
II 241. and No. 1 northern, Manitoba,
1.:i4, c. I. f. Buffalo. Future were
weak: July, H.10V
CORN Hpot. firm; No. 2 yellow, 8Sc,
OATS Kpot, easy: stantiara. twe; ,o. a
alilte, 64Sc; fancy clipped white, K.Kjfft7o.
HAY utilet; No. 1. 11.20; No. 2, 31.15;
No. i, ll.i; shlppinti, 90w4i5c..
HOPS Unlet: state, common to choice,
1D14, UKfflk; Pacltlo coast Wit, WU'Uc;
HIDES-Dull: Bogota. Jlc: Central
LKATlt Elt 1-irm; hemlock lirsis, ;c;
seconds, 0 31c.
PROVISIONS Pork, es.sy; mess. ix.i
4) 19.00: family. l2l.004fC8.00; hort clears.
119 WmL'l.rti. Beef, easy; mess, $18.0"j
18..'i0: family. II? .Rfif20.s0. Lard, suady;
middle west, UV.li i
TALLOW Quiet; city. Va asked;
country, e'j'y1-: special, 6V.
nuni.it Mteaay; receipts, u.wj iuds;
creamery, extras (93 score), zs'iwvsc;
creamery, (lilglier scoring), 2(ti JBV,o;
firsts. 374)'J78c; seconds, I&iyfM'jc.
eous- steady; receipts. 18.288 rases:
fresh gathered, extras. 22'y.Uc; extra
rtrsts, 2uH(l'2lc: firsts, IHf20c; seconds,
17if(fl8Hc; nearby hennery, whites, fine
to tancy, :ifac; nearby hennery, brownB,
CHEESE Steadier: receipts. 8.43
boxes; state, whole milk, fresh, twine and
flats, specials, 14igl4Hc; same, averaga
POULTRY Alive Irregtilar; western
chickens, broilers, 25c; fowls. ISc; tur
keys ltillo. Dressed quiet, western fowls
roasting chickens, is(fz:c;
Iced, 14pl7c; fresh turkeys.
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
BUTTER No. I 1-Ib. carton, sic; No.
t, 4v-lb. tuba ISo.
CHEESE -Imported Ewl, 82c; Amer.
lean Swiss. Sec; block Swiss, 33c; twins,
loVtc; oalsles, mc; triplet, 17Vc; Young
America, 18c; blue label bnrk. 14Vo; II ia
burgar. Mb, e; New York while, 18c;
imported French Koquefort, 40o.
FISH-Trout 14c; large crap pie, He:
halibut, l&c; channel catfish, lie; herring,
7c: cod firth, 14c: mackerel, 14c; ealmoa Ua.
SWEET POTATOES Kanaas, $3 76 bbl
Wholeaale prices of beef cute effective
April 36 are aa follow:
BEEF CUTS Ribs: No. 1, 18,c; No. 2.
18c: No. 8. 18V44 Loins: No. 1, KHc;
No. 2, Wc; No. I. Wc. Chucks; No. 1,
UVjc; No. 2, ll'ic; No. 3, 11a Rounds:
No. 1, 15i4c: No. t. 16c. No. a. HVe.
Plates: No 1, 9V; No. 3, ic; No. 3. He.
POULTRY Brunei-, 90c; anting chick
ana, 18c, hens. 14c; cooks, 8'c; rooatera
IVto; stag, 8Hc; duck. Uc; gee, 10a t
turkey. IStflfic; pigeons, per doa. 60c;
ducks, full feathered, 10c; Keeev full
feathered, to; squab. No. L I.M; No. 1,
Fruit and vegetable price furnished by
Oliltnskl Fruit company:
KRl IT Oranges: California Valer,
(laa. 100. 126. 324a, 3.Vs, 3.1.&U per box;
California Valencies. 150s. 388s, Inclusive,
13.75 ner box. Lemona Kxtra fancy uoi
den Bowl, JOOs, 880. 15.00 per box; fancy
Silver Cords, , 8W0, 14.80 per box;
fancy Justrltc. Pm 3oOs. 14.60 per box.
Grapefruit: Celebrated Chase brand, 8tis,
14.00 per box; celebrated Chase brand, 4ts,
14. 50 Der box. Plneapplee: Extra fancy
Cuban. ?4s, 80s, 3As. tl.'M pe- box; eitia
fancv Klorldas. 24s. M. 3ns. 13.75 per box
Bananas: Medium else 1300 to 12.23 per
punch; Jumbo fruit, cnanguinala and
Port Limon, 4c per lb. Strawberries:
Extra fancy Missouri quarts. 37..00 per
case. Deciduous fruits: Peaohea, plum
nd apricots, l-.OO per box; cherries, Cali
fornia, II 7S per box: rhorrls-', home-
Rrown. 13.25 per case. Cantaloupes: Pony,
I to crate. 14 00 per crate; 46 to crate,
15.00 per crate. Logan berries: California.
13.10 per crate. Red raspberries: Cali
fornia, I4.M per crate.
VEGETABLE California new rib
bage, 88 to 100-1 b. crates. 3c per lb: south
ern cabbage, 154-lb. gross crate, JV per
lb. Head lettuce, 11.00 per dos. ; leaf let
tuce, 40c. per dm. Peppers, frOa per basket.
Tomatoes, 11. per crate. Onion: Cry
stal wsx, California, 11.50 per crate; yel
low Texa. 11.25 per crala. Rhubarb, 3(1
4 per lb. Celery, 11.16 per do. Wax and
green beans, $1.(0 per bosket. Potatoea:
Minnesota white, 70c per bu. ; new, Texa
Triumphs, 100-lb. sack. I'xO per lb.
NUTS Cocoanuta, 13.00 por bag. No. 1
canrornla walnuts. I He per In. Rrasils,
12V4C per lb. Filbert, 18c per lb. Pecana
12Vsc per lb. Almonds, Wc. per lb. Burar
wuinui aaies. fi ou per dux. peanuts: No.
1, raw, 00 per in.; ao. j, roasted, sc per
m.i juin'Mj, raw, so per id ; Jumbo,
roasted. 10c per lb.
W1SJCELLANEOU8 Phelled DOixorn 4e
per h. Cracker jack. 33. j0 per case, $l.7i
per ' case. Limes, 81. 7o per basl.et.
Checker, 13.60 per case.
Kansas tlty Oral a and Provlaloas.
KAN8A8 CITY. June 17. WHEAT No
2 hard. 1.14i1.30: No. 3 red, 31.1orn 11;
July, Mo; Heptemher, (sjic: December W
CORN No. 2 mixed, 73ic; No. 2 white'
74'.t475e: No. 2 yellow, 73ac; No. 3, 74c:
July. 73Hc; Beptember, 7272V; Decem-
OATH-No. 2 white, 46c; No.
41 M 43c.
seconds. IV; packing, 1HW-
EOHH Firsts 17c; eeconds, i:ilc.
POULTRY Hen, 12c; roosters,
Mlaaeapolls Orala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. June 17 WHEAT -Julv.
II.ISU; Hcptember. 1108; No. 1 hard
II. 2i: No. I northern. ILKiVl SW; No
2 rorthern. 1.16'&1 ,3f.
FIXU IV Unchanged.
KYE- 41 181.13.
C(cHN-'No. i yellow, 7:(;ic.
OATS No. 8vhlle, 4.?46c.
. I. nets ;ra1n Market.
aT. LOi;W. Mo.. June 17. WHEAT
No. 2 red. 11.13; No. 3 hard, nominal;
July, 4c; September, Hfr'ifrniSc
ORN No. 3. 7Sm-: No. 3 white, T5'tl7c
July. 75V: 8eptember. 74Vc
OATH No. 3. 4iVic; No. 3 while, 49c.
NEW YORK. June 17. COTTON-pot,
quiet; middling uplands, 9.60o; no sales
Cotton future opened ateady. Julv,
9.&4c; Ortotier, 9(i3c; December. lU0c:
January. 10.26c; Marcft. 10 r0c.
The cotton market closed steady at 3
to 4 points net decline.
Cotton futures closed steady: July 9. .Vie;
Octol)r. 9tc; fiecember, 10. ISc, January,
10 Sr : Msn h, 10 48c.
I.I VEhPOOL, June 17. COTTON
Parely st-sdy; gorid middling. ITud. mid
dling. &.3nd; low middling. 4 90d; sale.
OMAHA LIE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Liberal and Prices
Steady cn About All Grades
Lmb i Quarter Lower.
HOGS FULLY TEN CENTS HIGHER
SOUTH OMAHA. June 17. 1l-
Cattle. Hoga Sbeep.
Official Monday ...
Official Tuesday ...
Four day thl week. .17.R18
"ame dav Inst week .18.N8
Bame day t wks agn.ia.7NI)
Same days I wks act .l.:oi
Some days 4 wks ngo.l.l7
Same day last year. .11.388
The following talle show h receipt
of cattle, hog and sheep at the Pouth
Omaha live stork market fo the year
to data, aa compared with last yr:
1818. 1814 1tvv Pec.
Cattle 478. M 8nitt 1.Mt
Hogs l.s;i.finc l.'.l-at 2W.
heep fc'jpt 1.028. 38 70,4-'4
The following table enow the verage
price for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
I 8 (W 7 22
i 741 83, 1 11
Jli 7 14
34 7 14
t 01 7 M
ll 1 M
31 T 88
ati 7 IT
I t 7 o
821 7 87
I 71 I !
I ml 7 m
Oil I JO
0& S 40 7 18
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock yards. South Omaha.
Neb., for twenty-four hour ending at I
o'clock p. m yesterday:
RECEIPTS CARLOADS. .
Cattle Hogs Wieep H'rs's.
C M. ft ft. P 3
Missouri Paclflo .. 4
Union Paclflo S
4 41 T.0IT
C ft N. W east... I
C. N. W., west.. 44
C St. P., M. ft O.. 33
C., H. ft Q., east... 3
CI., B. ft Q.. west... 14
C. R. I. ex P.. east. 4
Illinois Central .... 1
Chi. Great Western 1
Total receipt. ...14 133
Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
Morri 4V Co Sel hf4 W3
Swift A Co 888 1.1W
Ciulahy ranking Co.... 818 1.M l.tni
Armour c Oo 919 3.801 1.74
Sell wart 1 A Oo 24r.
J. W. Murpliy
Lincoln Packing Co.... 18
Ho. Omaha Packing Co. I
Kan. - Packing Co IMi
W. B. Vansant Co 2J
Krey Packing Co . Ivl
Henton. Vansant 4 L.. 2V
F. H. Lewla 24
J. H. Root ft Co 2 ....
J. H. Bulla 18
Roentock Bio 28 ' ....
iH. F. Hamilton 8
Mo. Kan. Calf Co... K
J luff man 3
Roth H .... ....
Me vera . IS
John Harvey 81 ,
lcnnl Franci t
Other buyer 14 .... 48
Total 3,183 9.908 1,470
CATTLE There waa a very fair run of
rattle for a Thuraday, which brings the
total for the four days thl week up to
17,318 head. Thl I th largest run for
sny similar period ainoe three weeke ago.
and larger than tor the am time last
year ty almost l.ouo head.
tteer steer were In very fair demand
thl morning, but th market wa some-
wbat uneven. Prices ranged anywhere
from a little lower on sum of the less
desirable kinds to a Tittle stronger on
the better grades. This mean that th
general market waa about steady on an
average. While there were no cattle here
a good as the top yesterday there were
ome good enough to bring 98.00, both
heavies and lights.
t ow and heifer were In lisrht uni,tv
and good demand, so that practically
everything of that description sold In
Blockers and feeders showed tllite nv no
change, belrg generally ateady with yrs-
For the week dea:rable kind of beef
teors, good fat cow and heifer and
good feeder are fully steady with last
week' cloae, the decline on Monday hav
ing been recovered. Medium to common
beeves are still a little lower than last
week, while grass cow and common
ugnt irt-k cattle nave been easing off.
. Quotation on cattle: Hood to choice
yearlings, IN 80(1)9.10: good to choice eom
fed beeves, 88 4047 86; fair to good eornfnd
h,-va tfi Ontfi .A- nnMMMH . - I
-. . - bviiuiitiii i,j sir corn
fed beeves , l7.2SfIR.lS; good to choice heif
ers, 7.00tfrT.8.',; good to choice cows, 98. M
417 50; fair to good cow I6.60.M; com
men to fair cows, S4.OMft.iO; good to
vruice siocsers ana reeaei-s, 47 .mnM.m;
rsir to good stocker and feeders. 17.00(9
i.im, cuininun 10 rair stocgers and feeders.
.007.U0: stock heifer. 8.00&T.OO: stock
cows, l5.75fjS.75; stock calves, ta.lO&S.M;
..., . uuBiii.it; rat nun, stags
etc., 16.50(1 7. 25; slock bull. Io.00tr7.00
11M 7 M
., T M
. 1-4 T l
, i.O 8 10
. M III
.Mil I 40
. T44 1 :
. 770 7 te
. m 1 no
.44 I 14
.714 I 14
...ITTI I 4l
...1041 I 7n
...1114 3 71
,. UW I w
... le 9 04
.... 741 I 40
.... 7M I 40
....an 1 io
.... in a it
. ... 711 I 71,
.... H4 Ou
... lilt 411
...lOH) 4 IS
....1M0 7 an
....Kill 7 m
.... iu ; i
. ... IB 7 !l
.... I0 7 71
. ... 10 M
. It 10 )
. 7T0 4 76 7 .
. Ml th
.1J 4 ID I ...
. I IH I... .
.1004 4 41 I
.UK 4 M
. 44 4 34 I ....
ItW I IS . .
.111 I M 1
.)7o 1 m j
:i 7 00
. 1'w 9 00 I
. Ml 1,0 I
1 21 7 an
liOtJS-Krr-elpt. wliile the heaviest of
any day this week, were on tlie tnodarau
oruer. estimate calling for 184 cars, or
9,01 head. Total for the four dav
amount to 88.731 head, being over 7,Vs
d llo!t f t week nnd a falling off
of 8.0U0 head a competed alth. Die rorie
spondirig days of last veer.
Shipping demund. whic h shnaed consid
eiable Irniu ovemcnt vesterdav. kkb in
.even better shape I Lie morning snd ship
Ifieia Ivouaht nearly everything they could
ixissiiiiy uso ai rial iw t.igner prloes. They
wje in the market from the start to the
finish and thlr purchaeoa Included a
good many weighty butcher aa well as
lights. Hulk of the shipper sales was
insde at a spread of 17. JefSfi 7.40, the latter
figure being t'ie dav'a top.
Packeis wero slow in getting started
and their early offers were no more than
steady. The haavv shipping purchases of
Weduesday had left one buyer short, how.
ever, and as the outsider were going In
great Ule again today It waa up to
tlm packers to ret in. Uy the time pack
ing hog began to move prices were ttyWe
up si.d moat of the sals were made on
a fully 10c higher basis. After so many
weeks of dull closes today'a active finish
furnished a sharp contrast, the market
closing In lively fashion at prices that
were punted aa much a lOcJlic above
in the whole, the general trade waa
fully a dime hitrrter. Hulk moved largely
at 220.127.116.11 aith a good sprinkling of
shippers ss high sa 17.4c. Extreme heavle
are. of course, niovina down as low ss
17 On. out the Improvement in the shipping
demand has helped out the tied In
weighty hutche s that carry any quality,
... 7 r.
. 7 1
140 7 l.l
lib 7 15
W 7 14
... 7 171,
II . .
. s. pr.
. . X 140 7 l:i,
...14 Itl 1 k
.144 44 T tt
. ... 7
.. is Itl T Kl
...IM ... 7 lo
M rtt .. T
M m st 7 3
M 1.4 Jl
KHKEP Receipt mere the laret for
nv day sines one month sso. hen re
ceipts lopped xoaay run or twcniy-iwo
cars, or about 8,y' head, by Just one load.
Total for the week to date of 14.4.4 head.
is the largest since the first week of
May, being nearly three time as large
as last wrrk, twice as heavy s two
weeks ago and H'"1 head more than were
received during the same pet tod last
w Itn the largest run lor a montn nere
and buyers still In a bearish mood. It
was not surprising that they sliould ask
another ?Jc concession todsy. Things were
1st" In starting and abnit the only sale
made betore 11 o'clock wsa t tie t of a deck
of native spring lambs at l" MV A hs
been the esse of late, buyers did not
change theli earlv views, end when the
bulk of the spring lambs finally moved.
It was en a ausrler lower basis. Het.
ianw lain Its soli at HVSi In feet, that
figure caught the hulk of the nfferlnas.
Nothing much In the shnr'i clsse
Aged sheep are beginning to share tha
break In lambs and the best range year
lings here today were bought at 17 21!.
There Is hardlv enough coming In this
line to reallv make a bssl for quotation.
Fwea are easing off teadtly, although
the break has not been pearly so sharp
on the lamhs. nd today tha hest
( id at I.", JK with range stock at
IS10 Most sellers think that today's top
of tstl Is about hlsh enough lo bnv any
thing except, poaslhly, bunch of strictly
ch"c handrwelghta. and If so. price re
easily T8c under las week' close.
Quotation on sheep and lambs: Imhs.
good to choice. I7.7MJ8 ; lambs, f: Ir to
good, I7.004j7.78: lambs, spring. 8.fOJf
a;): swee. aood to rhoi.-e,
ewes, fair to good, l4.onJH.7i.
4; spring lsmbs
Ilk clipped lambs
18 cull ewes
8s pattv ewes
188 spring lamb
35 spring lamb
CII1C4.GO LIYfC ITOCK MARKET
lloa dtreag "keep
CHICAOO. June 17.-CATT1.IC R
celnta, 3.000 hand, market strong: r.etlve
beef steers, A8CJ.i; western teerM. 17.00
j.3fi; etocker and neiter. mw..
calves, l7.3VdlO.28. M ,
HOGS- Receipts. 18.000 head; market
strong, tfflOc. higher: bulk, IT 3vrr7 ao.
Ill ht. IT.4nfiT.7R: mixed. r.liVfT.70: heavy,
K.fMh7.; rough. Kvir7 08; pi. W-flnmi .
bHEKP AND lAMrW-Reoelpts. 8.000
head: market weak; cheep. fr.GtMie.40:
lamb. I4.TMI.: spring. 4.'C.7S
I i i mi-
gleax i:lty Mwa Steele Market.
BIOUX CITY, I , June 17. CATTIJC
Rtcalpt, 1.100 head; market ateady to )Oc
higher: native steers, 7.2fiT 00: butchers,
6 0iMi8 00; bulls, stags, etc., tMftfM.Tf..
HOG8 Receipts, l.iiOO hesd; market MP
10c. higher; heavy, 7.IOiif7.4i; mlxe1, 7.Ui
7.20; light. 7.064r7 U; bulk of sale, 17.10
7 80. . . .
SHEEP AND WMlw- neceipt. w
. Joaeph Lire Stack Market.
FT. JOSEPH. June 17. CATTLE Re
ceipt. 1.000 head; market strong; steers,
17 MVrl .; cows and heifer. M.iiOtJV.OO:
HOU8 Receipt, aissj hfl: n.araei
hlrher; top, 17.80; bulk of al, 17.809
SHEEP AND I.AMH8 Receipt (W
head: market lorr UsikL 88.0047. SO.
NEW YORK. June IT COFFEE The
market for coffee future ooened un
changed to 4 point higher aa a result of
firmness la Rio exchange and a little
European buying, together with looal cov
ering, notably In July by trade Interests
who were heiieved to be covering rainer
than to deliver coffee against whioh they
had aold earner. The close was t to m
oolnts net higher. Hale were 3,nwi bags.
J-ne. 1.98c: July. T97o; August, .98c; Hep-
timber. 4.9o: October. 4.84c: November,
4.57o; December, 4.98c; January. T.Olo; Feb
ruary, 7.04c; March, t.otc; Apni, v. tic;
Mav. T.I 60. Coot, firm: Rio No. T. VV.
Hantos No. 4. 9Sc Cost and freight offer
were comparetlvely acarr-a, who nunto
frade unchanged ana Klo it quotra st
IS. Rio exchene on London waa l-33d
higher. Mllrel prtcee were 76 ret lower
at Rio iid uncnangad at nanto.
NEW YORK, June IT.MBTTALd Cop
per, ateady; electrolytic. x30.874320.ou.
MeUl exchange quote Un quiet at 141.00
bid. Iron, ateady and unchanged. At
l,ondon spot copper quoted at 4i8J 6c:
future. J" 6; electrol)tlc, 9K Hpot
tin, 168; ruture, 146 lis. Antimony,
Dry Oesvae Market.
NEW YORK. June 17. DRY OOODfl-
Cotton goods were quiet today. Yarns
re dull. Men wear from atock was
sold more freely. Raw silk was easier.
Jobber reported a moderate fllllng-ln
bualnea from th retail trade.
NEW YORK. June 17. 8UOA R-R w.
teady; centrifugal. 4.89c; molasses. 4.13c;
refined ateady. Future were fairly ateady
early today. At noon price were 1 point
higher to z point tower.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Krai I
NEW YORK, Jun 17. EVAPORATED
DRIED FRUITS Prune, steady; sp
rlcot and peaches, ateady; raisins, quiet.
Big Crowd Attends
Pop-Pop Races and
Goes Home Pleased
Fully S.lflO peraon saw the motorcycle
races at the Ptadlum Speedway in Eaat
Omaha laat night and It wa the moat
enthusiastic gathering of the year. A
result of the enthusiasm and applause
the doughty little rider displayed the
very best that wa In them and although
one or two of th machine 1 were not
popping Just right, some mighty faat
time wa clipped off and all of the race
were exciting and Interesting from start
Larry Fleck stein made a gallant effort
to break his record of thirty-five and one-
fifth sscond. but he fell hort a fifth
of a Mcond. However, the crowd waa
not disappointed, aa Trry circled th
aaucer at over 100 miles an hour and
everybody s greed that waa fast enough.
Fleck also carried off first honor In
two of the race. Al Ward registered for
top money In two eventa and Dutch
Myer and Joe McNeil huatled home
with the bacon on one occasion each
McNeil ii th victor in the free-for-
ali after a desperate race, which urn
full of spurts, with Marty Graves.
The pop-pop races will again be held
at the speedway Saturday evening,
Sunday afternoon and Sunday evening.
Results last night were as follows.
Rnre No 1, Four Mlle-AI Ward, first:
Per- liruggeman and Dutch Myer tied
tor second. Time, I M J.
Race No. 3. Two Mlles-lny Fleck
ensteln. first; J. A. McNeil, second;
Msrty Crave, third Time: 1 :4 :1
Rare No. 3, Five Miles. Al Ward, first;
Dutch Myer, second; Dave Klnnlo, third.
Time. 3 X
Race No. 4 Three M ilea I-arvy Fleck
enatetn. firit: Martv Oravea. aecond; J.
A. McNeil, third Time, l:ii:l.
Race No. 3w blx Miles Dutch Myers,
first; Al Ward, second: Dave Ktnnle,
third. Time. 4 21:00.
Race No. I, Seven lllls-J. 4. McNeil,
first; Marty Craves, second; Roy Shaw,
AMATEURS MAKE HIGH
RECORD IN IOWA SHOOT
MAHON CITY, la., June" 17. (Special
Telegram.) Pome great shooting wa
done here today at th Iowa state tour
nament, the amateurs making higher
core than tho professional Thl is
the record out of a possible 150:
Amateurv-Willlam Ridley. Whatcheer,
1411: Charlea Hummel!. LoJ'orte. 117: W.
8 Hmn, Jewell. 14n; R. W. Johnsoa.
Prlnivhar. 148: Albert Maytag. Vinton
14i. J, R. Jahn. Davenport. 14(; W. P.
Tulen, Kort lodge, 144, Al Ycaros, Esgl
I J rove 14S.
rrofcsionala F"red Gilbert, bpint Lake,
147: .1. V.'. Hnrrc. I-nuislana, ilo . Iti:
(Jeniae Maxaell. Ilaatings, 144; Herman
Hershey. Mlnr.ra polls. 144: V. K. East
roan, indianer-olie, Ward Button,
NEW YORK JJOCK MARKET
Dealingi Suggest a State of Sni
pended Animation Output
PUBUC INTEREST IS ABSENT
NFJW YORK. .Hine 17. Dealings in
locks today suggested a state of sus
pended animation, the total output fall
ing far below the average of the early
daya of the month. This condition wav
be ascribed largely to the sbsenc of
fiuhllo Interest together with the Increaji
ng disinclination of professional trader
to renew operations on a large scale
pending the settlement or at least a mors
definite outcome of the International
Shares of recognized or Intrinsic value
were tinder pressure at Intermittent
periods while mieclaltle whose chief
claim to public ttentlon Ilea In their
participation In war contiact made fur
ther gains. Even In these Issues, how
ecr. the movement was not altogether
In the one direction. Bethlehem Steel
common and preferred receding materially
likewise Westlnrhouse and a few Other
of tlie same group.
Coppers and metals were mlldlv re
actionary probably as the result of the
sevei-e decline in copper metal abroad
and Intimations of a shading of reoent
high prices In the local market. Federal
mining, one of the recent sensational
features of the metal dlvlnlon by reason
of It meteoric rise. Buffered another
l.reuk of 9 points, making a total of -.'
point since Monday,
United States Steel waa In ateady de
mand, the rommon and preferred gaining
m point each. In the final dealing all
leading stocks yielded a point Or more,
the market closing with a heavy tone.
Passing of tho Chesapeake ft Ohln
dividend helped to weaken the list,
although the action of the director was
all but a foregone conclusion.
Total sales of slocks amounted to 337 .000
Although French nd Italian exchanges
continued to move further In favor of
ilils countrv the foreign exchange market
a a whole wa not an element of Iro
nnriimn In the dav'a develoDment. French:
check made the new record of 6.464 ntt
lire on Genoa were quoted at 8t.
which inoana that It take almost glK
tires (nominal value of 19 cent eoh) to)
buy an American dollar
Rends were steady, total seiee, pgr
value being I1.OMI.000 ....
United states coupon a aeciinen per
cent on call. .
Number of sales and leaning quotations
on slocks were as follows:
galas. Htrn. ixiw. caoe.
iissls riniil Vine
AmslasmsteA Coppsr .... 14. O T
Amsrlran Bset uae I.Ti si
Amerlren Can 13 so 4t
Amsrlrsn a V R ll si
Amsrlran a R. Ktit .. 1074
Am. Huser Rsrinln 4 lis
Amsrlran Tel. a Tsl S.tKW 1244
Pslllmor a Ohio
UrttoRlyn Raol4 Transit..
we. 10114 jaih lark,
',m 11 Tt 7
am it auk
11 Is 14V.
California P-tmtsara ....
1.700 1M li.1V MW
rhlraan. st. tt. P....
Cnlnrso Fsef a) 1rn....
Coli4o A seutheni
txnrer a Ills Orsn
Penrer R. O. pt4
IHstllltrs cSruies ....
Orrst Northsm nnt
ttrsst No. Or slit
Inierboeaiifh Met. pfd...
Intsrnstlnnsl Hsn-eslr ..
Ksnsts Cltv southern
Misswrt. K. T
New York iVntral
N T.. N. H A II
Norfolk a Wesisrs
Nor! horn Pacific
Pi.lflc Tsl. Tsl
Pullaiaa raise Car
Kapubllo Iron a 8tesl...
3. 7I 744 74
41' V 344 31
m IIS 1114 II
lino a, M si
I. no us 14 iS
l.onn ws S
100 44 1 44 l
300 107 104S D4S
I.4O0 147 IMS ''i
I.Ktt 14 H4V 1441s
1.000 SOS 8 80
'HI M. S IS
; livj 7S 87 S
Don 1414 18 II
1.1110 MS US '
7.100 US 128
ll.ino 14 M te
8no !" lies
i.kpo s ms 7S
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37.MW Ml( ;S
tlork Island Co
Owl Island v. pM
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t'nion llcirio efd
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V. R. Stosl pM
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Total salsa lor in any.
ew Yerk Moaey Market.
NEW YORK. June IT. MERCANTILE
PAPF.R-3Hf34 per cent.
STERLINO KACHANtiK wvasy Bill,
14.74; demand. 14.710; cable. 84.7710.
nll.Vr.tv nar. '.c; nnivsn auuara,
BONDS Government, neavy; ratiroaa,
MONEY Tim loans, eauiy; ow nar-, si
per cent; 90 days. 3VrtTJ per cent; iix
month. I Pr cent. Can money, ateaay;
high. 3 per cent; low. i- par em. ruime
rate. 1 per cent; laat loan. 3 per jent
closing bid. I per cent; offered at 1 per
cent. , . .
Closing pnoes on uonqs.
. rmf Is. rsg. T Mo. Ps. ev.
7 N. Y. C. g. 814s...
r. a is. r
..lo4 N. Y. City 4H 1'H
..loosN'. Y. atei m....lc
..in N. T.. N. H. a H.
V. 4s. rsg
Pasans Is. MsM..isntm rauins s
Am. BmlUrs s...108S as 3s 4
A. T. a T. rv. ss"-Iwa -
Armour A Cb. 4S. 81 PsHfln T. T. .. T
llrhliM -n. 4S.. MS Pen. COB. 4a
I. a oaie ss 44s ro-
rhoa Utile 4S a-'S nsawllna sea. 4a.... MS
C. a Q . 4 HS . I- a 8 F. r. 4a 4
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gn e. ts lot no mi.
cl. a a. cf. 4S .. ne e"
n. t. is..
4T -no. nsuwsy ss....
W Inlon Pvlflo 4s.... S4
lots 'do ct. 4s sss.
41 8. Rubber s...tois
i; V. H. Slsol 8S 103S
POS'Wahaab Ut loos
I ewsat. fnloo 4Ss., IW
7 Wssl. Else. cr. is. .104
Krl a"". 4s
Osn. Msrtrto ss....
lt. No. 1st 4'is...
111. Csn rf. 4S.,
K. C. 8o. rsf. 8s.,
U N. unl. 4S...
M. K. A T. 1st 4s.,
tosdsa Btexsk Market.
IISDOS. June 17. In the American
section of the stock market fair activity
developed In United taiea meet, union
Prclflc nd Amalgamated Copper, but
olber ahare wer neglected. The do
wa steady. I
SILVER Bar. 23l-14d per ounce. '
MONEY IVif'lH rr cent.
DISCOUNT RATES Short bill, a pef
cert; three months' bills, Vk per cent.
OMAHA. June 17. Bank clearing foe
Omaha today were P, J04.fco9.08 and for th
rortesponding day last year z.eo3,in.lft.
Ma lor Goneral Ooethals, governor of
th Panama canal aone, will be retired
from the army, upon hi own applica
tion, some time this fall. Under an act
of coigress, General Ooethals Is eligible
for retirement st his pleasue.
First estimates of returns from the
personal and corporation income tax;
have r4n revised upward by Treasury
department offu ials, who now anticipate
mo-e than .x2,C.ft) during the pieienl
calendar year from this source.
Thl year' ugar beet crop in tti
United State promise to be a large one.
Tie Department of Agriculture !n Its
ft reek-1, baaed on June 1 condition fig
urea, place the yield at 4.30O.UO0 ton.
timing an average abandonment of 10
pet cent In acreage.
Culls from the Wire.
Lassen eak erupted for the one hun
dred and first time, belching from its
main crater a pillar of amoke reported to
reach a mite skyward.
The International Child Welfare lagme
announced at New York ths formation
of a committee on the care of children
01 me warring countries upon the cessa
tion of hostilities aurosd.
Amirici. Tilepbom & Tttegrip. Co.
A dividend of Two Dolku per share
will be paid on Thursday, July li, lli,
to stockholders of record at the close
of bualnes on Wednesday June i',
G. D. Mll.NE. Treasurer.