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THE UEE: UMAJIA. 1TKSI.AY, JUM! I'l',
Board and II onmi,
8F!AI'Tin I, room, wl'h two enreptlon
'ly large riiiscti. In a Vrt Karnem
nn:ne; large purrh and yard, good board,
-yotinn nu n , i w-r. rr-rt l!rnv '.
If you do net see anything that suit
ou In the wiv of Furnished Room yol
an rail at Room 1i4. Hre Uidg., and m'
lor the ree Furnislicd Koom bureau
and wo will iladly refer you to a high
Haas rooming or boarding liouae In any
part of the city.
12 FA UN AM
Nice clean rnoni, rtiinp.
.ST Nicely furnished
room, east front. Douglas 7S74
tm at. MARY S AVE Nice, cool, mod
ern room: private family. Red 77,
ll.ASSV, MOlKHN. nml. Fl'RNISH f
ROOM IX FRIVATK. FAMILY; RfciA
HON ABtK MARNKV 4H1
PA R lA)H rooms, rcas 'ail Doug iit'.i.
LAROE, cool, elegantly furn. rooitu, 83
to Ift weak; real noma menla; large
lawn porch. 81 N. !Ld. P. 5TH.
'i.07 FARNAM liarnf." nloely furnished
fnmt room with eaet exposure. Modern
r nnvenlancea. For gentleman.
XU'EliY furnlahed modern room In prl
vate family Tall Harney 740
OXK lame front parlor and one smaller
room. & South fth St.
1, t, 3-r. suites, modern. 32. iO. l TIPS.
Cool rooma. tnod., reaa 30?" I'm. 'I. 175.
N. 17TII, 809 Cool housekeeping rooma.
K-ftOOM. completely furnlahed. strictly
mortem bungalow for rent. Web. 4o:.
KOR RENT-MODERN "-room house.
furnlahed, aultable for hospital, eanl
tarlum or nurses' home, on Farnam ur
line Houylas KTSA
J'TRNISHEO house, eeven room, until
Sept. 1; fine location. Address U
rinilahrl lrk-iliai Rooma.
S428 DODGE Modem light housekeeping;
j22 FARNAM Very nice housekeeping
rooms. Very reasonable.
AUKORNIA, K17, fur. hkpT., 11.75 up.
CASH, Wi Three beautifully furnished
roiima. uroiind floor, alnk, gas range.
'AIS, I70B Pool, modern rooma, 82.00.
J3LKT. llwht hnimekceplna ruoina,
all modem; rent very reasonable.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
DAVENPORT. 10-1S. aulte of rooms:
laundry privileges; large lawn. Bo. front.
MODERN houaekeeplng aiiartment, main
floor. 1812 Capitol Ave.
iJAVENPORT. 2018-Two or three nicely
furnlahed front houaekeeplng rooma,
FARNAM, 2tnt). rm. with alcove. H. 4211.
648 8. 26th Ave., 2 rooma for light houae
keeplng, $3.60 week.
. I afurnishrd llonarkeeplnc Roonaa.
Jl'A88, 2412 J unfurnished rooma on bath
room floor; reasonable. ouglaa 7320.
Hoaaeb ao Cottagrea.
f ROOMS; all modem; on car line. BemU
i Park. H 2048. .
'ALL modern 4-rooin bouso, on car line.
In Florence, large yard. Florence
800 Main St.
& 6-ROOM houa In Kountie Place for
120; all modern Call Tyler 2102.
'HKAUT1FUL 8-room house, 42 Lincoln
i Blvd. 27th and Cass), 8. Might rent
a. little cheaper to a good tenant. Owner
.vould rent a room If desired. Walter
Villa. 408 Bee Bldg.
;151 NORTH 8STH ST. New aeven-room
modern house, for rent or sale by owner.
' "Walnut 137.
South half of double brlek ,
house 7 rooma. 4 bedrooms,
all modern, at IfiU South 29th
St.. near Park school, on .
block east of H ana com park.
Tel. Harney 1.
,WKST FAR-NAM District; 7-room mod
ern house. 106 S. 86th St.
JTi N. 21TH AVE. bix-room, modern
house; newly papered; good location.
Shnn Eioualaa 488 for comDlete list Of
vacant houses and apartments; also for
storage, moving, 18th and Jachaun Bta.
4-ROOM houaa on 1 lota; garden growing;
1 block from car; good well; rent rea
onsbl. 18 H. IWth St. Harney 717S.
g-ROOM screened porch, 132.50: atrlrtly
modern, 1 blocks to car. located U323
j1.. U uu
t'0 Farnam, 8 rooma, moa., orlck, 860.
410 N. 22d, 10 rooms, mod., 2 baths, 145.
'.'18 N. lHth, 8 rooms, 826.
T564 St. Mary'a Ave.. 8 rooms. $30.
Ju27 Chicago, 8 rooms, mod., M.
RINGWALT. Rrandels Theater Bldr.
Too have a complete list of all houses,
apartments and flats that are for rent.
This list can be oen free of chaise at
Omaha van storage m..
BEK the Central Furmtura Store FRED
RENTAL LIST. .
l-ROOM, modern brick houae, 610 N. 20th
ot. i noinaa o. ncuvji "
t' al h Co., or ttlfphone Wel'Mer 1HIS.
Stnroa, moves, packs, ships; l-horee van
and J men. $1.26 per hr.; storage $8 per
mo. Batlefactlon guar. D. 4888 A Ty. 830.
ALL sixes. 3 per montn up. 607 Paiton.
FURNI8HED OR UNFURNISHED -r.
house, facing Hanscom park. H. 4!U8.
Gordon Van Co.
lit N. llth St
Tel. P. 894 or Web. 138t
1207 Farnam. f . Hit,
t . HPf 1 packing A storage.
Wheat Market Breaks Under Poor
Demand and Prices Unchanged
to a Cent Lower.
CORN RECEIPTS ARE HEAVY
OMAHA. June 81. mi.
n heat, com and oats were lower to
day, a poor demand sent wheat un
c banned to 1,. lower.
The com receipt to'st led wventy-eeven
ear and there waa a fair demand for all
the commercial grades. The white and
yellow corn aold at a fractional advance
over the mixed. The corn market was
ftlao quoted unchanged to lo lower.
There were only a few aalea of oats re
ported and these cars were sold at a de
cline of SliWc. The sales of rye were un
important, there being only three cars of
that cereal aold.
Sentiment la decidedly bearlah and every
one In the sieciilative world, who knows
the Ideaa or the bears when conditions
are bearish, feels that still iower prices
While it Is true that weather conditions
are not as good as they might be. still it
la thouaht that there will be plenty of
small grain to harvest as soon as the
Clearances were: Wheat and flour
enual to 7!.0it bushels: corn, 3&4.0UO bush
els: oats. ' KTJ.OOO bushels.
Liverpool close: Wheat, unchanged to
Id lower; corn, unchanged.
Primary wheat receipts weie 71.0n0
bushels "and shipments Jtl,J bushels,
against receipts of K8,fti0 bushel and
rhipments of l.STu.OOn hushela last year.
Primnrv corn receipts were 7!,(io bush
els and shipments l.Ott.OOn bushels,
against receipts of 10,0n hushela and
shipments of 411.000 huahcle last year.
Primary oats receipt were fcwa.OiO bush
els and shipments MJ.W bushels, atralnnt
receipts of K7l.nt bushels and shipments
of 814.000 bushels last year.
Chicago sfi 149 131
Omaha 23 V, SS
FREE lumber with enrery sale. Land near
ripokane raising rruit, grain, vwiiuiuib,
stock. Free booklet. Consolidated Land
I TT. 11. I. - nA . It' V.
FARM RAXCII LAMU FOR MAL.R
Live Oak Colonies, none better. W. T.
Fmlth Co., W8-14 CHr Nat. Bfc. T. tWa.
HAVE TOTJ A FARM FOR FAl.Et
Write a good description of your land
and send It to the SJoux City, la.. Journal,
"Iowa'a Most Powerful Want Ad Me
dium." Twenty-five words every Friday
evening. Saturday morning and Avary
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
for one month, giving sixteen a-l oa
twelv, different day for $2: or 69 words,
$4; or 75 words, $6.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper, Stt,0i readers dally In four arsat
SMALL MISSOURI FARM.
88 cash and $5 monthly, no interest or
taxna: hlahiv uroductlve land, close to
three big markets: write for photographs
and fun information. Monger, n. m, n.
Y. Life Bldg., Kansas City. Mo.
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade
medlum-prioed land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, WoJ
bacn. Neb. .
WYOMING homesteads', limited are of
excellent land: open to 820-acre filings.
Unsurpassed for grain, corn, potatoes,
vegetable, alfalfa; good water; free coal.
Stockman's paradise; game plentiful; sec
ond excursion June 24. See me at Pax ton
hotol Juno 19-20 only. C J. Duinbolton.
I HAVE some cash buyer for salable
terms and ranches: owners only write
C. C. Buckingham. Houston. Tex.
LIST real estate and rentals with DON
ELSON R. E. CO.. 301 On. Nat l Bank.
REAL ESTATE 1X)ANS
FARM LOANS. 6 PER CENT
TOLAND A TRUMBULL, 448 Bee Bldg.
$100 TO 810,000 mads promptly. P. L.
Wead. Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Eta
CITY and farm loan. 6, 6H. 6 per cent.
J. H. Dumont A Co., 418 Btat Wan.
WANTED Good farm and olty loan at
PETERS TRUST CO , 1623 Farnam.
WANTED City loans and warrant. W.
Farnam Smith A Co., 1320 Farnam St
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas, 228 State Bank Bldg
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder, City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O KEEFE REAL EST AT HI CO..
101F Omaha National. Phone Douglas 2711
8KB us first for farm loans In eastern
Neb. United States Trust Co.. Omaha.
CITY LOANS. C. Q. Ca.-iberg,
310-18 Brandls Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR TRADB-A relinquish
ment 8 miles from county seat. A bar
gain If taken at once. For particulars
write Box 114, Merna, Neb.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
ACRE tracts on or near oar, wltn new
bungalows; $1,500 to 84,000. Call for loca
tlcn and fre city map. .
PATTURoON, Patterson BU.
REAL E8TATL- SVBCRBAJf
ACREAGE OR T HADES, TEL. FLOR
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
A t v and rilo. ag
Maggard s s.
lng, packing, shipping.
1718 Webster Bt
IIoilSPS crtl8h Sons A Co., Bee Bldg.
A nice office m a good location,
make your business plans successful.
TILE BEE BUILDING
"THE FTJILDING THAT
18 ALWAYS NE!W"
turnlshe Just such eomlilnatioaja,
Office Room 103.
Large new steam-heated store room.
Xeavenworth Hi. Conrad Young. x
Brandela Theater. Douglas 1671.
DKSIKAB1J0 new store roon. and base
ment. M N. 16th Bt. Conrad Young,
3 Brandela Theater. fkiuglas 1571.
GOOD storeroom, 818 N. lth St. R. 4376.
Nice Cool Office
Near the Elevator and Stain
Electric Light Free
The Bee Building
Superintendent's Office. Room 103.
OA RAG H Close In. laru fireproof bulld
intf. suitable for a fimt-claas garsge;
reasonable rnt. Conrad Young, J"J2
Brandela Theater. Douglas 1571.
WANTED TO BUT
Yalo buys everything 3d hand. Tyler 1418.
elFFKICE furniture bought and sold, J.
C. Reed. lfl Farnam. Doug. 14
StUghUy uawl Ulg grade vtano. D. 801T.
NEAR 24T1I AND CUMING
8-room house, good lot, brick pavement,
all paid; house la In first-class condition,
rooms are large; price has been 84,UM, but
now reduced to 83,tXM; 00 cash, balance
iJU per month.
C. G. CARLBERG,
818 Brandels Theater Bldg.
Kanaaa C1v 71 4.1
St liiila . ! C' 11 I
Winnipeg 101 ... ... I
- i i I .'11
nv ,o. a nam, i car at si.i.; j cars
at 81:18, . car at 61. 1: No 4 hard winter.
I car at 1 US, ear at 81.11: No. 2 durum,
1 car at 81 U. Corn: No. white. 1 ear at
7VV. No. 3. 8 eara at 7Jc; No. 3 yellow. 6
cara at 7H-. lta ears at 71c; No. i yellow,
1 car at 71c. 4 cars at 7c, I car at 7'V;
No. 6 yellow. 1 car at 7n-c. 1 car at ,c;
Xo. yellow. 1 car at Tfc; No. I mixed.
1 car (near white) at Jovc, 2 ears at
7tc. 2 ears at Tf, No. .1 mixed, 1 car
inear white) at 7ie, 2 cara at 7"c, T
enra at Wc; No. 4 mixed, 1 car at
No. mixed. 1 ear at c. 1 ear nt Wc,
1 car at ec. 1 car at .c, aample, 1
car at Cc; . car at -57c. Oais: No. 8
white, 1 car at 444n, 2 S-J cars at 44V.
of a car at 44c; No. 4 white, 3 cars
at 44c. 1 car at e; aample, 6v car at
t r at 80c. Ry: No. 8. 1 oar at
1 : Prt car at 11.07; No. 8, 1 J-6 cars
Omaha Caah Prices Wheat: No ; tur
key, I.I7W1 IS: No. 8 turkey, 31 16Vfl 17.
No. 3 hard, $1 lr.Jil 17; No. 3 hard. H.13
I lfi: No. 4 hard, tl 0Mfl.l2V,; No. 3 aprlng,
fl. 1411. 18: No. 3 durum. 3I.111T1.1, No
3 durum. tt.10lttV1.il. Corn: No. 3 white.
72.2V: No. 3 white, 711i7Jo: No 4
white. 7Hi71V: No. 6 white, TtmoTIVic:
No. 6 white, 70,f71c: No. 3 yellow. 71
TlViC; No. 3 yellow. 7Wtr71c; No. 4 vel
low. (0ii70c; No. 8 yellow, TOti-TOH-; No.
k yellow. 4,i(T0Vc' No. 3 mixed. T04lv;
No. 8 mixed. eUSTne; No. 4 mixed. rae?
Wiic: No. 6 mixed. W"4?6Sc: No. 4 mixed,
"IWV, Data: No. 8 white, 4CMJoc;
standard, 4Ru4S'4c: No. 8 white, 44V(M4c;
J," whlto, 4344n. Barley: Mulling,
MtifV; No. 1 feed. lllr. Rye: No I
tl.0791.03; No. 8. tl.0S4J1.0T.
CHICAGO Git 4151 AI1 rROVieiO.
Fe tares f h Tradlaa; and Cloelaa
t'rlcea oa noewl of Trade.
CHU.UOO. June n. Wheat prices
broke to below 81 a huahel todav. tho
firat time for the 1W6 crop. ISIowneas of
export demand, together with a north
ward spread of the harvest, did a good
deal to force the decline Prloea cloand
steady at KHW under Saturday night's
level. Other leading staples, too,
showed losees corn lSP!tc to IVtSiVl
1I,,I0 n provisions UWtfbX.
Weakness In the wheat market begiui
under the Influence of more favorable
weather, and especially In Oklahoma and
Kansas. Then came word that cutting
was general In Important sections of Illi
nois, Missouri and Indiana, and that the
first car of new wheat this season had
arrived at 8t. Louis Besides threshing
returns from Oklahoma wera said to
show yields greater than had been ex
pected. At this Juncture, reselling by
foreigners appeared to deprive the bulla
of any hope which remained. Dnrlng the
rest of the day liquidation proved gen
eral and shorts vigorously pressed the
market atill further on the down grade.
Around 81 for Heptember. many reatlmt
orders to buy wheat wrv uncovered, but
the sentiment of the trade as a whole
was too bearish to permit a ready
Corn suffered in value owing to the
break In wheat and as a result of
weather that promised to favor the
bears. Argentine cargo continued to be
offered at New York Oats ranged
lowor with other cereal. The Beptem
ber options, the same as In wheat, went
to a new low level for the crop.
Selling by packers caused a sag in
provisions. The weakness of grain was
aid to have been the chief Incentive to
Closing price on options:
Article! Open. Hlgh. Iow. Close., I Bat y"
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
BARGAIN BY OWNER
A beautiful 8-room, strictly modern
home. In splendid condition; good loca
tlon; elegantly flnlahod inside; as good as
new; large lot; cistern. Price 33,700. Call
86U Wirt Phona Web. 2r after 8 a. m.
8400 cash (or acreage or vacant lot), bal.
iwih muuriii nuine, near
rchool, car. Miller park and Fort Omaha.
J ...... 1 W .1.1 1 " i . ' . .1 . I. . . . ...
eUBl'RBAN home. 7-room house, 4 lots.
with bearing fruit of all kinds, H block
from paved road, five blocks to car line.
This will be sold for right price and
cash. Call after p. IB , Walnut 1S73.
HEAL. ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
Here's a Fine Buy
!. buys six-room, story and a half
dwelling, strictly modern in every re-
pect: corner lot 40x100; paved street a;
nice shrubbery and trees; three nice bed
rooms and bath upstairs; nice llvlna
room, good sited dlninv room, brick man
tel; good cemented basement, with hot
air furnace; near two car lines. Bmall
payment down, balance like rent.
Scott & Hill Co.
July. 1 04V. 1 06V.
ept. 1 02V. 1 03
July. 74 74H
Sept. T8 74.
, July. 44'4 45V,
Sept. 34j SSeV
July. 1 flft 18 95 1
Sept. 17 42V 17 42V.I
July ft 32
Sept. 66 8 66
July 10 86
Sept. 10 85 10 7V
1 03 I 1 (CvJ 1 OKH
MVsl 1 04
T2 T8 76
7I'I T2V! 75
4:wJ 4ST' 4RS
1 I IS SO 16 Ml
17 25 1 17 86 i 17 '6
8 37H 8 37 J 4ifH
9 60 66 I 7:Vh
io x no a
io an io 66 !
Cash Prices Wheat: No. 8 red. tl 16
No. 2 hard. tl.204i&1.22. Corn: No. 8 yel
low, 74V'75V.: No. 4 yellow, 7344. Oats:
No. 3 white, 4T(HRVi: atandard, 4H8r,
Rye. nominal. Barley, fiWiTfc. Timothy
to.Oixg.OO. Clover, 88.n0fl-l3.60. Pork. tl.7J
Lard. 8.10. Rib. .ig:l0
BVTTER-Steady; creamery. Sartre,
BXJOS Hteady; receipts. 20.6H8 case- at
mark, casea Included, l41fl7o: ordinary
flrats. ltflV; 17ViU174c.
POTATOE-Higher; old receipt. 41
x ' " . tmr no I II. villus jpn
V; new receipt. 65 cars; Texas
inuini., sacKoa, 'urtc; Virginia Cob
I . ....... ,,iHiiCr, ia, is.
NEW YORK GEHGRAL MARKET
4otatlons of the Day Varioa
NEW YORK. June 2!.-FLOUlV-Kaslar;
spring patents, W.265i66B; winter patent
86.5G4i6.k0; winter stralghU, t6.40S5.0;
Kansas straights. 85.66 80.
nntAi-fpot weak; No. 2 red. 31.24V4:
Nl- hard. 3i.28Vi, c. 1. f.. New York, ex
Port, billed; No. 1 northern Duluth, $i.2:
No. 1 northern. Manitoba. tl.Zltt. o. i. f
uiralo. Futures, weak; July, Sl.OMi.
CORN Snot weak: No. i lellnw attz
promot shipment. '
. OATS Spot weak: standard, 64c: No. 3
white. MHc; fancy clipped white, 64Vffi6rtc.
llAY-ulet; No. 1. tl 20; No. 2. tl.tt;
No. 3. 31.06, shipping, KOiOic.
HOPS Quiet: state common to choice,
1914, lOrtplfc; Pacltio coast 1914. lOfflUo:
LEATHER Steady : hemlock flraf Kb.-
PROVISIONS-Pork, barely rteadv:
mess. 8U.00IS18 00: family, 821.004(123 00
short clears. tl.S0if21.60. Beef, steady'
mess. 8i8.00iilF.6O: rarnilv. 1 uv:.x, u
Lard, weak; middle west, 88 804i4).oo.
TALLOW Quiet; city, 6Sc; countri',
6(tt)Hc: special. tc. n
BuTTTER Raar; .-ectnta. 8.25S tuha-
creamery extras 18S score), 28c: cream
ery, higher scoring ZHio; firsts, 87
!7ic: seconds. 2t4QSM.
tuuB-nrmet; receipts. 14,174 rase;
fresh gathered extras. &Wt3'c: extra
firsts 21p.'mc; firsts. lftVtti-Hc; seconds,
lH18c; nearbv hennery whites, fine to
fancy. 2S&2c; nearby hennery browns,
CIIEKSK Firm: recelota. 11.407 boxaa:
state, whole milk, fresh flats and twins,
white and colored specials, 1416c;
American fancy. MVtjC.
POULTRY Alive, unsettled. Dressed
steady; western froten roasting chick
ens. liff2Zc; fresh fowls, iced. 140il64o;
fresh turkeys, iced, lti.c.
Kanaaa City Grata aad IroTialOB.
KANSAS CITY, June 21 WHEAT No.
8 hard. 81.17tr1.22; No. 2 red. 31 131.14;
July, Uf4ac; September, VStWhyc , Deoem-
CORN-No. 8 mixed. 73W73HC: No. 8
white. TJc: No. 2 yellow. 744W4VK-: No. 8.
7W3Ve: July. 70c; September, &
aWSc: uecemner. aio.
OATS No. 3 white. ; No. S mixed,
EI "ITER Creamery, 27c; flrats, 25e;
seconds. 2Sc; packing. 18c.
vnaiL-Firsts. 17c: seconds. 18"4e.
POl'LTRY Hen. 12c; roosters, 8c
M I art polla Grata Market.
MINN EAPOLIB, June 21 WHEAT
July. 81.164: September. Sl.oiJVlH.OOSa: No,
1 hard. 81. W; No. 1 northern, ll.tTHi
1.27V; No, 2 northern. 1.14H'al.M.
KIjOUR I'nchanged early.
(VlRS-No. 3 yellow. io4,fa'70i-.
OATX No. 3 white, 44Vi-4oc.
9 '7 Met atrue nldif
Bt'NOAIXyW, new, modern: south front1
I2.&00; 7th and Dorcas. Patleraon. D. CHT.
PILES. FISTULA CURED.
Dr. E. R. Tarry cures plies, fistula aad
ether rectal diseases without surgical
operation. Cur guaranteed aud no
money paid until cured. W tit foe book
ot recta; dlaeaaea with testimonials. LH,
K R. TAKRV. 240 Bee Bldg
RUPTURE curtid In a few day without
culn. Call or write Dr. Wray, 3m4 Be
Bldg., Omaha Eatabllshed Ubi,
Cattle Steady to Ten Cent Higher
Than Last Week Sheep Are
Aotire and Steady.
HOGS STRONG TO FIVE HIGHER
HOUTH OMAHA. June 31. 116.
Receipt a were: Cattle. Hogs Sheep.
Rettmate Monday 4.ii" 6 8.1'"''
Sam day last week.. 11.1 U 3.6'
Saw day 8 wk ago... 4.0Ui 7.4w
Sam day 3 wk ago... ;4rt ;i
Same day 4 wks ago... 6.0i .'47 t.'
Same day laat year.... l. 416 6.SSJ
The following table ahows the reclits
of rattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Dmaha live stock market for the yoar lo
date, a compared with last year:
1S16. 1014 lnc Dec.
Cattle 43.136 3S.l7 T S
Hogs 1.4.ri Ltf...tl6 210. j
frheep 064.S l.oJ4.NI 82,785
The following table show the average
price for hog at the South Omaha live
stock maiket for the last few days, with
Date, j 1H16. ll4.113.il13 ll'll. l10. 1M.
14 7 14
16 7 1V
li 7 UtN
17 7 2,H
1: 7 K2 i
1 7 40H'
7 87 8
7 87 8
8 03 8
ill 7 861
' 17 44,
4o( 7 1
S8I 7 38
4U 7 .
401 7 36,
43 7 40
801 7 l
Morris . Co tio3 1.04.1 l,02o
Swift Co 760 1,211 IWI
Cudahy Packing Co.... HJ7 1.1SH 2.213
Armour Co 610 1,6V. 2.812
Schwarts & Co ?w
J. W. Murphy 2.R2
8. O. Picking Co 1
Swift, from country ... 5M
F. S 78
YV. B. Vanaant Co 92.
Hill ac Son Hi
F. B. Lewi 1RH
J. H. Bulla
L. F. iluai 86
Itosenstock ftros 17
It. F. Manllton X
Sullivan Bros 46
Mo. Kan.-Cal. Co....
( hrlmio 22
Tanner lire 45
John Harvey li'2
Other buyer !! ... 14
Receipt and dtttpoaltlon of live stock at
the Union Stock yards, South Omaha.
Neb., for twenty-four hour ending at 3
o'clock p m., yesterday:
Cattla liana. Sheen li r a
C. M. St. V.... 13 3
Un.on Pacific i? 114 8
C. dt N V aaat.. 14 3 2
C. 4 N. W west.. 64 :N 1
C, St. P.. M. O. 21 ti
C, P.. Q east.. 1
C, H. Q.. west.. 14 II 1 1
c, R. l. r .. cast 3 s .. i
Illinois central.... : .. l
Chicago Ot. Weat. 10 2
to a more satisfactory level, and aeller
lok for present aliea to hold firm, un
leaa supplies become abnormally heav .
There awina lo I a aood demand foi
feeder lamla. but at present there la no
wav of supplying It and feeder buyers
are contenting themaelvea with Picking
up a few throwouta The beat of theae
are benight readily at t" 00, with lesa de- I
an able klnla inoMng on down the line.
There was a pretty decent sprinkling ff
cd ahee; in the offeringa and they
moved In pretty murh the aame nolrhea
aa at the close of last week Colorado fed
yearling lam ha brought f 36. a figure
which Is considered nlah enough to take
the best of the fed stuff Oood range
yearllnga moved around 37 .IS. with a few
as hlKh aa IT Ml. which was laat Friday a
top. A atrlng of feeder yearllnga went at
p.; 26 Kwea are In comparatively llsht aop
plr and are eelllng lai gelv at 84 Ml 00,
nltlioiiKh a few real good onea reached
t"i 26 todav Culls and foedcra are chang
ing hands at 14 00 aud under
Quotations on aheep and lamba: lmba.
go.d to choice, 87.76nr 36: lamba, fair to
go.Kl. l.'.a'vT.ii; lami'a. spring. btr. :,
vearllngs. fair to choir. 88 n.i0; ee.
gOid to choice. 84 7Mln.86. ewes, fair to
good. It Hil4.7.
No. Av. Pr.
4IH Idaho marling 84 7 to
10 Idaho yrarllnas 65 7
90 Idaho yearlings II J
W1 Idaho yearllna-a 83 6 26
ICO Idaho yeai-linge 7S 8 10
60 bliihrt feeder lamb R7 7 00
1447 Idaho spring lambs 08 I M
300 ewes 1W I 00
86 cull ewe 94 4 00
44 cull ewea 3 60
210 Idaho wethers 10S I 75
CHICAGO LIVM STOC K M AtlKKT
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERIOOL, Jun tl. -WHEAT Spot,
oulrt: No. 1 Manitoba, lis 6d: No. t, lis
Id; No. 8, Us; No. 1 northern Duluth, lis
Vl; No. 8 hard winter, 10s HWd
CORN Spot. o.ulet; American mixed,
FUUlt Winter potent. 44.
HOf'8-In London, Paxlflo coast, ft 10
NEW YORK. June 21 -MFTALff-Lead
offered at 86 75. ru. tier not I'toted. Cop-IH-r
dull; electrolytic. 2"W?m.5n. Iron
steady; No. 1 northern, t'.l SOayiS 00: No. t,
114 2Jil4 7f: No. 1 southern. 814.001.14.64;
No. 2. 313 76114 26. Tin firm; five-ton lot.
141 76, bid: taenty-flve-ton lot 111 W. bid.
At London1 Spot copper, til; futures,
CM d. electrolytic. 5 los. Snot tin.
I A 170 10a; futures, lf. Antimony, 12
ut. uaq, . -tv rm au, apeiver, z: iw ivs.
Total receipts.... 106
(sltla Flras lloaa stroai hee)
CHIOAtiO, Jun 21.-'ATTLK-Re-celpts.
14.00i hend; market firm: native
beef steers, W.RMrt.6fl: western steer. 17 00
4-8 26: cows and heifers. H SMjO OO. calves,
8i 6i!i .So.
ll)t Rei'elpts. 37.0J10 head: market
htrong; earlv decline reitnl"''d: bulk of
sHles rdr7 0: lla-M. 87 6o(d'7 90: mixed.
IT 40aT.; heavy, IT.hW.ao; rough, ti n
..HO; plus; tti.mvg-7.oo.
SHKlll' AND IA MRS Receipts, 10.000
head; market ateadv: altnrp. 15 tKnjIl.sO,
lambs, H.76'.iV.iri; aprlnga. 6 :wfi 8R.
"t. I.oula I. Ire atock Maraei.
ST. LOUM. Mo . June 21. CATTLK
Receipt, 4,V head; market strong to 10c
blither; native beef steers, I7.60fj9.3r,;
yearling ter and heirera. 8 fl"l ;
cxiwa, llOflT .60; Blockers and feeders,
tV0iIiS.26; Txaa and Indian steers, 16.25
418.66; cowa and heifers, tl.0nyt.60; native
lKnlH Rexehts. 9.100 heal: market
steady; pigs and lights, 3.M7-K. mixed
and butchers, 7.o37.90: intial heavy,
SHEKP AND I-AMHiS-RecTlpt. 1.900
head; market steady; dipped native unit
tons. f00ttjA.J6; clipped Iaml. t$.60tr.0l:.
spring lambs. $7.;"oti.7t.
Totals ... 8,861 7.R23 10,416
CATTLE Receipts showed a heavy
falling off this morning as compared
with a week ago, but still were move than
twic aa large a for the corresponding
day a year ago.
While the receipt constated largely of
beef steers, the average quality was not
so good aa on most day last week. Still
there were yearling In the yards good
enough to bring 89.16, with heavy beeves
up to 88.00. The feeling on the market
was atrong and desirable grade could,
be quoted a strong to 10a higher, with
other kinds at least steady.
tows and heifer war in very fair de
mand, with prices fully steady and pos
sibly strong on ome of the better grade.
Good feeder were in fair request and
fully steady. Trashy stuff was slow and
dull as was the caae all last week.
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
yearlings, t8.60IO. 16 ; good to choice corn
fed beeves. 88 4ii8.85; fair to good cornfud
beeves, 88.tOtf8.40; oommon to fair corn
fed beeves 87.2608.16; good to choice heif
ers, I7.00tg7.8t; good to choloe. cows, 84.64
tj.7 60; fair to good Cow 6. 6008.60; com.
men to fair cow, 14. 4oti;6. 60, good to
orolr stocker and feeder, 17. 60. 20;
fair to good stocker and feeder, 3i.004J
7.60: common to fair stocker and feeders,
14 OOGI.oO: stock heifers, 14.0147.00: stock
cows, 86.76ifj-6.75: stock calves, 84.6008.50;
veal calves, tH.OOrft 10.26: fat bulla, stags,
etc., 6.6&ti7. 26; stock bull. ..0iKtf7.O0.
No. At. Pr No. Av. IN.
M 74 T 14 1LM u
14 Sf- 1 U It 1161 I 0
16 7K1 00 21 ntt ( tb
io ,.. nil i w tt in i 7n
41 10n 1 is M 1 ITT i Tt
14 14M t M M 1T1 I an
41 1"7 40 M 1J7I t 0
ih 10.- tl 14 UI7 9 (Ml
84 14i? I 69
STcr.ttrt AND HEIFERS.
84 714 1 tn t& SM 7ft
14 'it 4 00 13 Uit Hit
41 M4 4 36 17 1 00
W IK IM 14 IN 111
8 N 18 3 104 4 34
8 lO0 4 76 1 ISO 4 44
I W4 6 74 14 1UT4 4 40
6 10 4 tit
1 70 6 (O m 18.
t 444 4 00 1 120 t 76
8 40 I 34 I.. U3Q 8 W
1 1110 I 44 1 1044 9 4fl
1 1100 4 44 1 tM) a tl
1104 I 84 1 14u 7 U
1 14440 44
T 91 7 04 1 114 8 14
4 , M II
STOCK EltS AND FIClDDKItS.
J..... 4TI u n HI tu
74 4 74 3 444 7 4
HOGS Receipts went mouerate. bain
mailer than for most recent Mondays.
In the neighborhood of 10i cars, or ti.nuo
head, showed up. which Is l.tuO smaller
than laat weak, but 2.0UV larger than lor
the am week of last year.
Oood light and mixed hogs, of which
there wm a better allowing than usual,
sold readily to shippers on the early
rounds at price that were strong and ln
most Instances a nickel higher. Bulk of
the shipping hoga sold at t7.4607.66. sev
eral loads reaching the latter pi lie,
which was the day's top and a nlcknl
above Saturday's best price.
Packer trade opened out atronger, and
the big bulk of the hogs moved in fairly
lively fashion at strong to 60 higher
prices. On th extreme close reports of
a dull finish In Chicago, weakened th
loo I trad, and a few cara that arrived
on a late train found the early advance
loat. This weakness made the laat rounds
draggy. but a fair clearance had been ef-
rectea rrore 111 :JU. Thar la atill a bear
ish feeling In heavy grad, and aom
old this morning aa low as 87.10. whil
a ooupl of load were fbroad to go at
Parkers' drove were bought largely at
a cost of 87.40, end the bulk of the packer
sales was quoted at 37 .ft7.46. There was
a good aurlnkling of shipper hog around
87.60, and aeveral loads reaohsd 17 65
which wa tha day' high figure, and
the best prlc that ha ben laid for
over two weeks.
lu T e. A. sH. rr.
U 4M ... t 10 t Ml M T 4
1 74 44 T 80 44 .119 "u
I 4 ... ft 77 ..tM ... tu2
1 1 7 8n 74 .T ... T t
1 44 T ll4 74 tJO 44 T 44
44 11 14 T 14 M in t f 4714
4 It ... T 4 40 l 40 J 40
I HXl 110 T7 74 40 1 III
44 th) U 8 87H 41 art ... in
47 tU ... in SI in at f u
13 141 844 t 40
SHEEP-Racelpta were th largest for
any day since Monday, April 18, om
thirty-four oars, or 8.600 head, balng atl
rnated. Aa will be seen, thl I aa many
as have been received during most whole
weeks during th last titunth. Today1
run Is more than twice a large aa laat
Monday, three time aa heavy a lao
weeks ao, and a gain of more than t,0u0
over the corresponding day laat yr.
In spit of tit fact that receipt were
the heaviest for some time, trade opened
out in good season, and It did not take
long to clear the bulk of the Iambs at
good steady prices. Big end of th spring
s' r moved around 89 60. th figure that
wa catching tha bulk of th (offering
at last wsek's clone. From the looks f
things packer now have prto down
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Wall Street ! Attention it Direrted
from Diplomatic Situation to
COAL DECISION HAS EFFECT
Kanaaa CUr Lira toelt Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Jun 21 CATTLK
Receipts, 3,0t0 head; market atrong:
prime fed atxera, 9.00iffO.W; dreaaed beef
steers, fs.CO.O0; western steer. I7.60O
6.S0; stocker and feeders. tti.8M18 40; bulk
of sales, ttl.OO! 7 ia; calves, 16 UUtj 10.00.
Htx.l ite.-e.lpt. l.'0 heal: market
higher: bulk of sales. I7.6ub7.8Ti: heavy.
I7.ii4;f7i6; packers and butcbera, ti.MtiJ1
7.70; light, I7.601j7.70; plga. 86iri7.60.
mi I ainu lAMISM-lte'-elpta. 3.000
head; market steady; lamba. !7 7fiVtV;
yearllnga, t7.0oiia.00; wethers, t5.26fl.2C;
Host City LIT ttoek Market.
SIOUX CITT. Ia.. Juna 31.-OATTLI3-Recelpls,
1,600 head; market steady to
10n higher; native steers. t7.6otfv.0fl;
butchers. 8R.tC4i4l.10, rows and hslfers.
t6.00fi7.26; cannera, I4.OO415.0O; Miockers and
feeder, t6.2TiV;.l6; calves, li.U)t10.86;
bulls, stags, etc., tD.3Ki7.26.
steady: heavy, it S64i'7.60; mixed, t7.80if8
7.86; light. I7.ivrr7.80.
. HIILfcl- AND LAMBS Receipts, 200
rt. Joseph LIt Stark Market.
ST. JOBKPH. Jun tl.-1ATTLI0 R-
ceipis, l.suu neaa; market hlghed; steer,
I7.604J9.2S; cows and heifer, t4.tO4T8.0O;
calves, 4 0iKfi60.
HOOfs-Rocelpta. 8.300 head; market.
steaay; top, 17. to; duik of sale. 37 till N
BHKEP AND LAMBS Rao.-lpts, 1.000
head; market steady; iambs, IK.oJ-9.5.
Mt Stoek la Bight.
Reoeipt and shipment of llv stock
at tha five principal western markets ysa-
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Kansas City IOOO 8,000 l.onn
fi. louls 4.2(10 1.1110 1.800
Chicago 16.000 37.0iiO 10,00)
8nuth Omaha 4. CD 1.800 g,M)
Hloux City 1,600 6,600 800
NKW YORK. June 21 Wall aireefs
attention was tetniorarlly diverted todav
from foreign affairs to the 1'nlted Ktates
suprem court, which held Its final open
session prior to the summer recess. That
tribunal handed down a numlwr of deci
sions of Interest to the financial and In
dUMtrlal communities, th moat Important
of which deaJt with the relations between
the LVIawnre. laikassnn At Western
railroad and Its subsidiaries, th coal
companies. This .-e'a'l osoli was oe.
clarel o bn in lo.ilon i,f the law and
Ha effect upon coal car Icis la lit t to t-a
Ignored, even though this was not di
rectly discernible In th market for sut h
War t..-hs again to"md large in the
day trndlna aith new hiuh reoorxl tor
Hethlehem Hteel at i8 and Raldwlil lo
comotlve at WV Other stocks of this
class alan made aut'stantlal unliis. while
a variety i.f less ni,m ti speculative
aprrlalltlcs roe 3 to 6 point
1'nltnd ,-tates S.t-l, afer a heavy t pen
Irig, soon advanced on buying which toin-
rlsed it. any largs in livij..al transac
tions. Us best prices wsa recorded In 'Is
'nal deat nga, tlin ireifsl list thn Ndng
I his he i 1, notations. Railway stocks uf
lie Invitu nient a roup showed no dcc-lb d
tendency tii tll the late buying movement
Comprehended Hearting. Vninn I'aclflo
and Bout hi-rn Pacific, all advances of a
Metal Isaoes recovered from their leth
argy of the previous week, American
".melting leadlnn with a gain of 3 points,
WtUi a few minor shares 3 to 5 point.
Retterment in the copper had Its basis
on renewed payments. Total sale of
storks amounted to 413.000 shares.
There were indications that the pro
posed French loan hy our bankers was
approaching the stage of completion, al
though exact detail, Including tha
amount to be taken and the maturity
of the accommodations, remained to be
determined American participation la
the new llrlllsh war loan on other than
a moderate scale was regarded. Improbable.
French and Italian exchange wore at
their weakest, demand franc belnir
quoted at f.47 and Ures at aV74j. Rates
on lmdon were on a parity with recent
rh bond market wa firm with an ad
vance if 4 points In mercantile marina
4'i Total sale, par value, aaareaated
L nltrd Ktates bonds were unohana-ed
Number of sale and leading Quotations
on stocks were aa follows:
stales. Hit tl. Lew. Cless
l.too t 1744 rrtt
law t4l T444 T44
ninety day. JHtKV per cent! trig months.
8 per cent.
CAIJ, WONTCT Weady; high. I per
cent: low. 1 per eent; ruling rate, t per
rent; laat loan, t per eent; cioaiag bid
1 per cent; offered at 1 per cent.
I.nadon Mtnrk Market.
LOT4PON. June 31 Rualness In Hie
Amerloan cciirttln section Is decreaalng.
owing lo the small amount of atock avail
aide outside of the high-priced shares.
The tone, however, wa firm with Cana
dian Pacific easier on dividend uncer
tainties. SILVER Rar. 23 6--16d per ounce.
WON K V I Mrl 4 per cent. Plarount
rate, ahort bills. 2 per eent; I months,
NF.W VORK. June 21 HI OAR-Raw,
Steady; centrifugal. 4.IWC: moleasoa, 4.Uc.
Refined, steady, cut loaf. 7c; crushed.
4 8.1c; mould A. 6c: cnbea. .; XX. X
poadered. Il"i; powdered. .0e; fli-
granulated, loc; diamond K, .10i-; con
fectioner' A, 4c; No. 1, 6.sfe. Future,
were steadisr early today; prlies at
noon were unchanged lo 3 points lilnhcr.
The raw sugar caah market dosed stcrd .
Pales of 17,000 bssa of Cuban cei trlfugal
were made at 4 K7o, and IS.Ono bags m
Porto Rico aold at 4.3c. A sale of I.'i.isii
tons of centrifugal was rcii.rted to
PYance at 8.11 l-l;c c. I. f. New York.
One thousand tona of refined was taken
by France lata Friday at 4.7KSOC.
NF.W TORK. June 21.-COFFKKThc
market for futurea opened at an advance
of 84ji points this tnornlna In resionee
in the steady showing or Rraall. but
business was mostly In the way of switch
ing from near to later dellverlea and snlv.
eiuent fluctiiatlnna were Irregnlar. with
the close 10 points higher to 1 point lower,
with the two near month relatively firm
Bale. 40.600 bags. June. 6.86c: July, S.HAr
August. .73c; September, 6.72c: October.
6.77c; Novemler, 8.77c; Pecemher, 6.77c.
January, 8.81c; February. 6.86c; March.
I.httc; April, 2o; Mav. 8.MC. Hpot. quiet.
R. No. 7. 7V; rntos No. 4. OSc It Is
reported In the eoet and freltfht market
that bantoa 4s have sold a low a 8.76c.
with other offer at 80e. Rio 7 were
quoted at 7.10c, Rio on lAndon was t-lM
higher. Mllrels prices, 78 rels higher at
Rio; unchanged at Santos.
Total1 28.700 64.400 32,400
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
P1TTTER No. 1. Hb cartons. Sic; No.
2. 60-lb. tuba, tc.
CHEESE Imported Swiss. 12c; Amer
ican Bwlsa, 2c: block (Swiss, 22a; twins;
10 Wo; daisies, ITHc; triplets. l7Wc; Young
America. 18o; blue label brick, 16S4c; 11m
burger. 2-lb., 20c; New York white, Ito;
Imported French Roquefort, 40c.
FitiH Trout, 14c; large crapples, 14c;
halibut, lie; channel catfish. 14c: herring.
7c: codfish, 14c; mackerel, l6n; salmon, 18o.
SWErrr POTATOKB Kansaa. t2.7 bbl.
Wholesale prices of beef , cuts effective
April H are a follow:
REEF CUTS-Ribs: No. 1. 184ie; No. t
lWc, No. t, 18ic. Ixilns: No. L 20440;
No. 1. 2"c; No. 1. 19440. Chucks: No. L
1114c: No. 3. ll4c; No. S. 11c. Rounds:
No. t 161o; No. I 16c; No. 3. 14c. Plates:
No. 1. c; No. t. 4c; No. t. c.
I"OlTLTRT Broiler, too; aprin; chick
ens. 15o; hens, 14c: cocks. 8yc: roosters,
Vc; statf. 84c; ducks, 16c; geeao, 10c:
turkeys, U4pl6c; pigeon, per do., 40c
ducks, full fetherod, 10c; geese, full
feathered. 8c; squab. No. 1, li.60. No. 3,
Fruit and vegetable price furnished by
ailllnskl Fruit company: .
FRUITS Oranges: California Valen.
rlas, loria, li, XA. 800a, 18.76 per bor;
liios and smaller, 14 per box. Lemons:
Kxtra fancy Oolden Bowl, 800 800. 6
per box; estra fancy Houthland Baautles,
800s. 3fios, l per box; fancy Silver Cord,
80, 3w, 84 60 per boa; fancV J us trite,
Ja, aaus, 14 60 per bos. Grapefruit: Cele
brated Chase brand 44a, 1460 per box;
64s, tr ier box. Pineapple: Extra fancy
Cuban, 24a, 80. V. 8310 per box: extra
fancy Floiidaa 24. 30. 86s. M per box.
leclduous fruits: Plums and apricots,
tl.64 per box; peacbea, tl 66 per bog.
lome-grown cherries: Twenty-four-
3 uurt cases, 82 per case. Rananaa: Me
lum alse, 12 to !2.6 per bunch; Jqmbo
fruit, Cliangulnola and Port Llmon, 4c
per lb. Cantaloupes: Pony 44-crate, tt
per crate; penv 64-rrate, 1260 per crate;
standard 46-crste, It-sO per crate. Logiin
berries: California. 12 60 par crat. Red
raspberries: Washington, 13 per crate.
VLC.KTABLi: Houthern oabbag. l'4o
per lb.; head lettuce, 1 per dos : leaf
lettuc. 40c per dosen; pepper. 60c pr
basket: tomato, II U per crate: onions,
crystal wax California. 1160 per crate;
Texas yellow, 11.25 per crate; rhubarb,
tu to 4c per lb . celery, 1.36 per doi. ;
wax and grjen bean, 11 basket; cucum
ber, tl per basket. Potatoes: Minne
sota white, 70c per bu. New potatoes.
."o per lb ; 8-bag lot or mora. 3c per lb.
NUTR No. 1 California walnuts. ISc lb.:
filberts. 16o per lb.; Hraxlls, 12Hc per
111.; pe'ana. U'Wo par lb.: sunr walnut
dates 11 6ti per box; almond, too per lb.
per case; caae, ii.is: cnecHers, sj.fiu per
caae, Vt caae, 11.76. Peanut. No. l raw,
4c per !b. ; roasted, Ic par lb. Jumbo,
roasted, 10c ler lb.; raw, 80 per lb. As
paraarus: Market price. Honey, 14.80
Wholesale prices rf beef outs: No. 1
r-.bs, 18c; No. 4 ribs, l"c; No. i ribs,
i8'ae: No. 1 loins. 24c; No. I loins, 2V,c;
No. 3 loins, 18V:; No. 1 chucks, Utc; No.
t oliucks, lmc; No. 8 chucks, lie: No. 1
round. 164c; No. t round. 16c: No. t round.
14o; No. I plates. lc; No. 3 plates,
8;c; No. S plate. 8c.
NEW YORK, June 31 COTTON Upot
quiet: middling uplanda. 160c. No sales
The cotton msrket closed baraly aieady
at net dacllne of 17 to 18 point.
Cotton future closed barely steady:
July, 834c; Octnler. 8.76e: I "eoeinbsr,
10nc; January. 10.07c; March, lo 21c.
C,.r.n fnllirMA r.i.A -t u I,. I..
8 44c; Octotwr, 8B7c; I'eceniber,' 10 Wc;
January, i i-; arc 11, 10 jr
LIVERPOOL, June tl. -COTTON- Spot
steady; good middling. 6.6ud; middling,
6 8d. low middling. 4.6.1d: sales, Ho)
Amalsamalsd Cepper .
Amsrlt-sa hss4 Clusar.
Amsrleaa . 4 R
Amsiiimn S. 4 R. pf4
Am. auasr Rsflnlns ..
Aissrl.-an Tsl. Tel..
Prnetlra Ral4 Traiistt..
(alirnrsla Pslmlsaai ....
. lis Ohio......
Chloaao O. W
Chlrssn, M. 4 rW P
rhlao N. W
(Vlors4n Kusl Iron...
Pnr 4 Hlo Ursnd....
rsner 4 K. 4. pM
MstllUrs" Merwlllse ....
Ot-sat Nrtrthsrn pf4
Oesat Northern 4Jra etfa.
Illinois ( 'antral
Intsraarnuih Mst. pf4....
Intsrnstlonal llsrrsstsr .,
Kansss City Huutlisni....
Missouri, K T
MlMurl Parlllo .
Mstlonsl Biscuit .
Nattnaal Us4 ..,
rtsvmila Oenr . ,
Naw Tort i.rrtral
M. T.. N. M H
Norfalk 4 Wsrtsrn
ratine Tsl. 4 Tsl
Pullman Palace Cu....
Star 'on. Copper
Ropublls Iran 4 ftusl..
Hook Island t o
ftoek Island . pM ..
m. L. A a. F. 14 pM
Bout hern Psririu
Tssnissn l topper
t'nlon Pacirio pM
I'nltsd Rtstss Utssl
II. 8. Btssl p!4
Wsstlnrihouss Rlsctrio ,
Total solas foe tha dor.
, 1.40 lis lata
1.700 1444 lots
1 M0 t4
.100 IMS US
Omaha Hay Mark!.
OMAHA, Jun VI PRAIRIB 71AT
fhnto upland. 318 0nsT13 60; No. 1, 813 WVfr
18.40; No. 1 SlOOnlOOO; No. 8, 4.0uflS.tW.
choice midland. 3l2.rijaVt; No, 1, 112 tvt
f 18.60: No. 8, 88.ll04riO.00; No. I, M.OOfl1
00; choice lowland, 110 00 10 60; No. I.
6'.6Vlf10.00; No. J. $7.()u.0U; No, 8, 8B.4fi
PTK.A W :nnlc wneT, s.irT(.w.
ALTALFA Very limited dmand for
onvthlng but No. t and cholc old. A
good No. 8, howwver, will sell well. Choice
old alfalfa, $14; No. 1. lU.OOtfU.UO: No. 2.
88.004ill.00. Lower grade not wanted.
Rraporaled Apple an Drieel ITrwlti
NFJW TORK, Jun 2L EVAFORATBD
APPLPTf Qulat; fancy. 44f4o; choto.
8tTKSc: prime, 7S87Vko.
1HIKI FKl'lTS ITunea, steady; Cal-
Ifornla. 10c; Oregon. 7N4i'lOo. Apricots.
quiet; choice, .?; extra chrdca, 8Vf;
fancy, 4410s.o. Peaches, dull; choko.
66Ho; extra ohotc. oAafiftS; fancy,
ai,o. I lata I na, steady; loose muscatela,
VTt7t4e: choloe to fancy seeded, 7aJ7e:
seedlesa, 6sr;Ho; ijnndon layer. l.ics
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. June Sl.-DRT QOOTr
Cotton good for fall were today ordered
In milt freely by Jobber. Many In
quiries war made by bag manufacturers
for I Osnahurgs and brown aheetlng.
French buyer were In tha market for
cotton war stapl droo goods. Cotton
r-arna wera steady. Baryaral wall known
Ine of cotton hosiery were cpened for
the spring. IMS. season.
Local gteeka and Ilnnda.
Qitniatloaa Inratshad br Bums, nrlsksr A Co.,
444 Omaha National bank building:
(Hocks Bid. Aaksd.
Bsnksra Morsaa Loan 11 M
a sol tics Croamsry, prd 44 W
ttssro Co. pfd 11 N
Pslrniont Osomory, T par oont p(4.. lolS 1""
Hsrsld Dutldlns. 4 psr east pfd S P
Loses Wllso Biscuit, oB 14 IV
MuunUIn SUlss Tsl lot I'l
Omsha A C. B. Ht. Ry.. ptd Tl
Omaha C, B. II r. A B . prd 44 47
Fstora Mill, 4 par cant pfd 44 44
Union Block Tarda stock 44 17
ferunlng. Nab., Watar Wks. ISa. 144 48 14n
t'uoshr Pasklns Co. Is. 1814 100 lt
Columbus. Nsb.. Diss. 4s. 1114 1 pi
Outhsnbur. Nsb. la, 1444 M MS
na Blsc. re. 4a. IfM II W
Kaa. cur. Mo.. School pis 4Ss. 1MI 104 81 1'il.U
Northwsotsra Else 4s, IIM 44 104
Omsha tj L A P. 4a. lltl 14 97U
Omaha Iswsr 4S. ! S 10V(
Omsha A O. B. At Hr. 4s. 1t4 44 MS
proTlnes ot A I borta Is. im 44 47
Hod Cloud. Nsb.. 4Ss. 1124 M 17
Swift A IS. 4s. 1444 MIX M
esottla Wash.. Bridas it. ion IN 60 lo4 K
I'Dlrorsllr Plaoa. Nsb.. 4Ss. 1117.... 4 Ms
Baak ( learlncs.
(IMAHA. Juna 21. Hank clearing for
Omaha today were 83.216,826.8t and for th
correspond liia oay last year iu.gH.rn.ZB.
New Vork Mossr Market.
NBW 70RK, Juna 21. MERCANTILE
PAPTR 8H4i'34 Pr cent.
UTEKLINQ KXtniANOE Blity - day
bill. 34 73; demand. 34 7C26; cable. 84 7U6.
HII.VKH liar. 4XC-, Mexican dollars. 38o.
HONUI4 Government, steady; railroad,
TIME LOANH - Bteady; sixty and
There's hla an oner mlllln tlonr In t
gmatl towns ami rursl tvimmitniii 1
Wallace A Wrnna, Bturglg, Ky say they
?tnared 14.088 In aernn months. Oulleoka!
TatuL) Produce Co. net tJUO a month. I
rvooinoit miiUBgCo., Mt. Clem-1
Ufa. M!ch.. cleared ga.Aut in I
tweir moo tha and the Burr I
Oak (Kan.) Mill A tleratorl
si nod in .i.h. nn. i.. I
1 X,V ulffi J . . ill as . l
8MM7lsailalnd KaRae rtaae Mill 1
th most wonderful lourmlllanr bolll. I
Plaoea paring bualne within arasoof I
ery aiublUpu red-blooded man who!
want to make money fast. 0paltlsl
181, 86 and fa) bids, of 0 neat roller patent I
i imraaay. write now rorotir rre nook, i
"Th8uryof a Wonderful Flour Mill .''i
pnnea, terms, plana, eta. It Will be a I
revelation to yoo.
AN0LO AHKRICAIt HILL CO.
fMQ riuni atreet
- & CO.
NEW YORK CHICAGO
ITw Tock tHoofe 4f
3Tw Tork Oetaa 34a
Oalaa 8loar41 - eg
838. Zrls Karoaaar' Baokaaa
mjuuMMi Olty Bear mt TiaAo
sf1"r-rJ'1'T Chasm of Onii ni
Ornate Oxata 3txokagw
711-15 Orandels Dldg.
W. C. PULLER, Mgr.
THB ODD IXIT R8!VlrCW. a
pspsr tolllns sboot opportunltls la Odd jim
ot Now Tork Miock Ihcbanfa ssourltlaa. 4LSS
a yosr. Ismod erarr Botunlar. sa4 tor
aample enplsa. 41 Broadway. Now Yarn City.
t. Ials (.rala Market.
HT. ILT1S. June 21 -WHKAT-No. J
red, 8116; No. t hard. II IStil.19; July,
Hoc. iSepteniber, XSe.
CORN No. t. 7Vd76i-; No. 2 white. "
7SVc; July. 74.-; Xeptemlier, T14,'u7lSc.
OATS No. J, 47V; No. 8 while, 4'V
CHILE COPPER COMPANY
Collateral Trust 7 Convertible Gold Bonds
Du May 1, 1923
'arilkl lata Call Capper C. ataek at 8)84 akara
Developed or reserve amount to 303,300,000 ton, aver
aging 3.23 copper, with atrong indication that large additional
tonnage will be developed.
The plant which ha juit started to operate will have, whan
running full, dally capacity of 10,000 ton of ore, with an annual
production of over 1 20,000,000 lb, of copper.
Company"! engineer estimate coat of production will not ex
ceed 6 cent per lb.
Tha enormous developed or body makes ths bonds,
in our opinion, absolutely i and their convertibility
into share at $25 add attractive possibilities of pric
Lttltt of Mr. Daniel Gvf'sn, Pruident tf At CM Cppr Comf).
in evnirehot wtk Ikt uU of Uu lalai f tkt cemsssy'i feast, with tfiter't
report, stay k kad on tpfhctlxon.
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