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TIIK MKK: UMAIIA, Tl KSlA. .It IA
I OK SALE
llo'a nnd (oIiixfi.
M I seel la neon.
W AVVU ijtjT Farnam. O. 'US,
FOll ('( HAIRED.
112.502005 Paul R rms.. gas. writer paid.
115.002323 8. 1th 8 mm., toilet, kk.s. 1 1
in.!H im I'n'ino-T rm.. mon. ex. neat.
1306 8 th A vp., 8-r., modern, :i.
2'OS-lO N 13th, 10 r , mod., each 120.
1U X 21. 3-r.. 913.
W KMIN'AH SMITH i n.
Phone P. 1"64. 1120 Farnam St.
tore and Office.
Nice Cool Office
Near the Elevatov and Stain
Electric Light Free
The Bee Building
Superintendent's Office. Room 103.
WANTED Desk room. Address B 773.
FOR RENT Ground floor and basement
Masonic brick building, 30x80 . fpet,
Knwneer front, coiner lot, business auc
tion, count- seat. Inquire of .1. L. Grimm,
Office on 17th St;
ONLY VACANT ROOM
AVAILABLE ON THE
Trlrate Office Waiting Room
180 Sq. Ft. $18.50
The Bee Building
Office Room 103.
RE AX. ESTATE
CARU RANCH LANDS FUIt SALE
Live Oak" Colonic, none better. W. T.
Smith Co.. 913-14 City Nat. Ba. D. 218.,
NORTHWEST 4. Sec. 29, Twp. 12. Range
48, Cheyenne County, Colorado. Perfoct
title. Make your beet offer. R. M. Bet
tesworth, Cedar Rapids, la.
ItAVK YOU A FARM FOR SALE?
Write a (rood description of your land
and send It to the Sioux City. la.. Journal.
"Iowa's Moat Powerful Want Ad Me
dium." Twenty-five worda every Friday
evening, Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
for one month, giving sixteen ads on
twelve different days for 12; or 60 words,
4, or 76 words, 6.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper, 250,000 readers daily In four great
MINNESOTA farms; low price, easy
terms. Minnesota Land Co., P. O. 317,
240 ACKKd 46 miles from Minneapolis,
on mil from town: 160 acres under
cultivation; balance used for pasture;
can practically all be cultivated; heavy
soil; good et buildings, consisting of s
room bouse, large bam. granary, corn
cribs, windmills, etc.; ths land will pro
duce 09 bushels of corn per acre; tele
phone in house; country thickly settled:
complete aet of machinery : 27 head of
stock, consisting of 11 cows, balance 1
and years old; six good horses; 25 hogs:
chlokens; one-half of this year's crop and
everything on farm goes at 150 per acre;
half cash. Schwab Bros.. 1028 Plymouth
Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
BLACK alluvial, soil; corn, 90 bu. acre;
wheat. 40 bu. Alfalfa and hogs make
the . farmers rich.. : Notice the price, 125
per acre; 14 acre cash, balance twenty
years. Opportunities like this are rar.
Be Independent. Buy a firm now. G. P.
FOR SALE Choice farm bargains and
ranohes; also city property. Write me
your wants. J. C. Murphy, O'Neill. Neb.
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade
medium-priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
ALL sWITHIN ' one hour's automobile
ride of Omaha. BARGAINS. Let us
show you the goods; all sixes, all prices,
all terms. Belling farms is our specialty.
OR1N 8. MERRILL CO..
N. R. Cor. 23d and M. Sts.. South Omaha.
New York Farms
St bushels of wheat and 6 tons of
alfa per acre proclaims no longer the land
overlooked hut the land of great and
TURN ON THE LIGHT
AJfD BUY A
NEW YORK FARM RIGHT.
160-tvcre homestead, buildings worth 9
thousand. Price 96,000. 22-acre Syracuse
Trolley farm 12,700. 47-acr summer re
sort, new bungalow house, farm J.5flO.
7 -acre city view homestead no better
land on- earth. 100-aor registered hol
steln cow farm. $ano buys any of these.
Free showing. Railroad fare one way to
Et Munaon, 2426 8. Ballna Bt. Syracuse.
FOR 8ALE3 A No. 1 stock and corn farm
adjoining good town, southwest corner
Roberts county, 8 D., good school,
churches and market; 90 a. cultivation,
fine pasture and hay. Price 175 per acre,
half cash, balance terms. Address Y 628,
"FREE lumber with every sale land near
Spokane raising fruits, grain, vege
tables, stock. Free booklet. Consoli
dated Land Co., Elk. Wash."
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FARM LOANS, f, PE3R CENT.
TOLAND & TRt'M BULL. 449 Bee Bldg.
1109 TO 930,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg., 18th and Famam Bts.
CITY and farm loans, 6, 64. 6 per cent
J. H. Dumnnt A Co., 419 State Bank.
WANTED City loans and warranta W,
Farnam Smith & Co., 1220 Famam St
WANTED Good farm and city loans at
BETTERS TRUST CO., 1822 Farnam.
CITY property. large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas, 228 State Bank Bldg.
MONF.T on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City National Bank bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O-KKEFK REAL ESTATE- CO.,
1018 Omaha National. Phone Douglas 9715.
92.000 to loan on improved farm. Geo.
EX Relff A Co., 53 Brandels Bldg.
SEE us first for farm loans In eastern
Neh. ITnlted StaU-s Trust Co., Omaha.
Key CITY LOANS. C. a. Carlberg,
310-19 Brandels Theater Bldg.
WANTED city and farm loajis; lowest
rates. V. G. Temple ton. Cu3 bee. T. 2090.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
46 ACRES Grand county, Utah, li rig able
land as flrat paymt-nt on 9 or 4-roo'ii.
Phone Hartley (679. 1
TO CARE FOR YOL'H REAL ESTATE
SALES AND RENTAIJ, IOANS AND
INSURANCE. F- D. WEAD, 1H01 FAR
REAL EUATE INVESTMENTS
The largest addition ever platted here
will soon tte on sale. o
FOR SALE or runt, trackage buildlua,
11th and Seaard. 96xK8. Apply 1U
REAL ESTATR NORTH SIDE
IlEAl, ESTATF SOUTH SIDE
Field club district all modern, south
front lot. splendid location, on Maron
St., cloee to school ami osr line.
C. (I. CAULBEHd,
312 RrandPt Theater Bldg.
F1VK rooms modern except heat, 2415 S.
2oth Ave., 320 down: $2000. B. N. Rob
ertson, W O. W. Bldg. Phone P. 45
8-R. cottaee, 1715 Ontario, large lot, city
water, gas, shaded fruit trees. Inquire
3447 So. loth. After 6 p. tn. Sun. Red 691.".
FOR SALE by owner. 2 acres, 8-r. house,
chicken house, bam, all kind fruit. S. 3701.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
The largest addition ever platted here
will soon he on snip. o
FOR SALE Perfectly new 7-room house,
In cathedral district on West Farnam
car line. A beaufful homo vlth every
modern convenience. Must be sold. Bar
gain price "! easy term If taken soon.
FRANK BARRETT, Owner.
Phone Harney 510.
For Sale By Owner
New modern six-room house on 42d
St., near Farnam; oak floors and finish:
has fireplace, sleeping porch and built
in bookcases and cupboards. Must be
sold and will sacrifice. Call Douglas 2070
during business hours.
REAL ESTATE VACANT
LOT 40x130, well Improved walks; shade
trees.' etc. Frire, 9T00. Inquire 1306
Jaynes St.. N. Omaha. Wsb. 4574.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Lusa Soon on Sale
FOR SALE or trade. 10 loU all in fruit:
6-room modern bungalow, close to car
and school. Phone Benson 282 or 401.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
MA KB offer for 2 new B-r. mod. cottages;
best offer takes either. Douglas 3do7.
Lusa Soon on Sale
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals wOl be received at
Lincoln, Nebraoka, by the Board of Edu
cation, Nebraska State Normal Schools,
up until ten o'clock a. m., August 3, 1U,
for the erection of a brick and stone
auditorium for the State Normal School
at Kearney, Nebraska, In accordance
with plans end sped (icat Ion prepared
by J. H. Craddock, Architect Room 12,
Continental Building, Omaha, Nebraska.
The Board of Education, Nebraska
Stats Normal Schools, will also- receive
proposals for the heating, plumbing and
electrlo wiring for above building, ac
cording to plana and specifications pre
pared by the architect. 4P until the hour
and date above named.
All bids must be accompanied by a cer
tified check for five (ft) per cent of the
full amount of hid, made payable to G.
E. Hall, State Treasurer of Nebraska.
The Board reserves the right to accept
any or reject any or all btds.
Signed by the President and the Secre
tary of the Board of - Education, Ne
biaaka State Normal School. Jy-2idl2t
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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Active Demand for New Wheat Puts
Price Up One to Two and a
OLD WHEAT TEN CENTS HIGHER
OMAMA. July 2. 1915.
There was ah active demand for new
wl:ent today and the mat kpt sold 1c
to 2L,o higher, old wheat lenialued un
(hang.d, but sold about loc higher vcr
bushel than that of ihe new crop.
There wa a good supply of corn on tlie
floor and although there a a pretty
fair demand the market declined Vu V'.
Oats were A trifle weak and sold HV
lower. Receipt of this cereal were light
and there was only a fair demand
Kalna were reported In the Nebraska
wheat belt and It n ill probably cause
some delay In ha.illng tlie grain to the
Weather unfavorable for harvesting
ha been reported l the importing roiin .
trios and It Is thought that they will
have to look to Nortu America for their
' learanoes: Wheat and flour e-iui I to
iSJ.um hu. corn, 14S.010 bu., and oais,
I.lvervail rlo-ed with wheat Vrf'-d
hiaher and coin unchanged to 'id up.
Primary wheat receinta weiv l.7.0cn hu.
and nhlpmeota of 73,OiiO bu., agalnm r
ceipts of S,fi!7,nnn bu. and shipments of
1.7l2.rt!iO bu. Inst year.
Hrlmai'y coin reoelpta were B'W.'m bu.
and shipments of 4W,ouo hu., against re
ceipts or 73B,0i bu. and shipments of
(Mi bu. last year.
Primary oata receipts werj tl.0n0 bu.
and shipments of 575,(H bu. anatnt re
ceipts of tSo.oon bu., and shipmenta of
fiSl.om) bu last j-ear.
CAR 1rjL' RECEIPTS.
Wheat. Ctrn. Oats.
Chicago Mln 1 110
Omaha W &2 1
Kansa Cltv !! Ij
Those eales were reported tooay: Wheat
No. ! hard winter; 2 cars toldl, 81.
1 car mew), II. a): 1 car inewl, ft.IVS:
cars (new. ll.lKtj; cars (new!, II.1H. No.
J hard winter: t car (old. $1 3H; 1 car
(old). II. ii; 1 car (newl. It IT'; 2 cars
(newt. 11.17. No. 4 hard winter: I car
(old). 11. tt: 1 ear old. 11.23: 1 car (new).
11.14;. 1 car inewl. 11.11; 2 cara (new).
91 10. No. 4 Miring: 3-f. car (old). 11.90.
No. 3 durum: S-R car. 91,05, Sample: J-S
oar (smutty), II .or,. Rye No. J: 1 car. 96c.
Oats No. S white: 1, car, 4sttc. No. 4
white: 1 car, 48'c: :t cars 4c. Sample: 3
cars. 47c. Corn-No. 2 white: S 2-6 cars,
Wc No. 8 white: 1 car, 76lsc No. 2 yel
low: 8 oars. 7V": 2 cars, .liUje. No. 3
yellow: 3 cars, 7(',ijo. No. yellow: 1 ear,
TSWc. No. 2 mixed: 8-6 ear. 7o: 4 cars,
764e; J cars. 75Vc. No. 3 mixed. 6 cars.
7hHc No. 5 mixed: 1 car, 16c. .o. a
mixed: 3 cars, 7So. Sample: 1 car, 70c; 1
car. 8c: J ears (hot). 67c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. J tur
key, Il.2llft1.32: No. 3 turkey. I1.9MP1.81;
No. 2 hard, I1.175'130'; No. 3 hard
IUfiHi1 50: No. 4 hard. l1.09Hjrt.2o; No. 3
spring. 1.2S,fM.82: No. 2 durum. I1.0M91.O9:
No. 3 dunim, 11.041.05. Corn: No. 2
white, 7M4iJK9o; No. 3 white, 7r.'4Jj'7fiS!;
No. 4 white. 74W75c: No. 6 while, 7f4fr
75c; No. 9 white, 74fr74He; No. 2' yellow,
7(Afi"7e: No. 3 yellow. 76i'9,7fiHc; No. 4
vellow, 7M(fi)7c: No. 8 yelionvi 7M"5W:
No. 2 mixed, 75WS7fic; No. 3 ndxed, 76'ifi
75t4c; No. 4 mixed, 74 VriTSV.ic : No. 6
mixed. 74t4ff7fic: No. 6 mlXPd. 74'iir7ric;
sample mixed. 87ff70c. Oats: No. 2 white,
49i4r4Hc: standard, 4S4!)c; No. 3
white, 4Wu"4)"c; No. 4 white. 4K."u4S.
Barley: Malting, 7if?fifc; No. 1 feed,
64?nsc. Rye: No. 2. 9B$je; No. 3, 94a)C.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading; and Closing
Prices on Hoard of Tade.
CHICAGO July 26. Wheat prices
turned decldely weak today, owing to
big receipts here and because of tha sink
ing of the Leeln.ua w. Quotations closed
unsettled nt 2'j0 to 2V- net decline.
Other leading stanlesi. too, all showed
losses corn, 2Vic to 2io; oats, 44i'c to
2Vie, and provisions. 25c to 75c.
breaks in the value or wheat did not
begin until after the market had scored
a moderate advance, the result of rainy
weather, light world shipments and tlie
announcement that the Italian govern
ment had determined to buy large ouan
tltle of wheat abroad. It was expected
by inanv traders that the ralnv weather,
esieclally In Illinois, would make deliv
eries on July contracts more difficult.
A different prospect, however, suddenly
developed when estimates w'ere posted
Indicating that the day's arrivals of now
wheat would prove far more liberal than
had been looked for. The actual total
Inspected was 643 carloads, as agalnat
115 cars on Saturday.
News that the Leelnnaw had been tor
pedoed gave the wheat market fresli
Impetus down grade, but the effort did
not exceed the limits frequently reached
In consequence of Inclement weather and
crop developments. Nevertheless, no
Important rally ensued, despite word from
the seaboard that 600,000 bunhelB had been
disposed of there for export.
Declines In the corn market came about
chlofly through sympathy with wheat.
Country offerings, though, were fair and
eastern demand less active. ,
In the oats crowd tho call from shorts
was soon satisfied. Something of a col
lapse In prices then took place, owing to
the heaviness of other cereals.
Stop Iosh selling carried down pork to
the lowest level since 1903. Lard and
ribs were also under pressure, but not
to such a notable degree. The setbacks
wore ascribed largely to the weaknesses
of grain and hogs and to the sinking of
Closing price on options:
Low. i Closed Sat y.
1 JUkl 1 114 1 14',
1 Otil 1 04 1 0M.
78J ' 794 804
744i 744 764
6141 51Ttf 64
874 37S 394
13 35 It 35 14 10
13 60 18 524 14 25
7 80 7 96 8 10
7 96 I 7 96 8 224
9 50 9 80 90
J 60 I 9 60 9 834
July. 1 144 1 16J
Sept. 1 ( 1
July. 904 80Va
Sept. v 75Vt 7&St
July. M 55
Sept. SXW 8ti
Sept. 18 96 14 05
Oct.. 14 26 14 25
Sept. 8 00 8 024i
Oct.. 8 07t, 124i
Sept 8 80 Hi I
Oct.. 9 974 9 7241
Chicago Caan Prices Wheal: No. 2 red,
ll.iait'l.iO: No. I hard, new, ll.liVirl 1V
lOorn. No. 2 yellow, 794rttlc; others
nominal. Oats: No. 8 while, BWi7c;
standard. &34(.Sc. Rye: No. 2, 11.02. liar
ley. 7W&o. Heeds: Timothy. 4.60fa.oO;
clover. R5hic6.0n. Provisions: Pork,
113124: lard, I7.66fif.724; ribs, I90TX&9.60.
Bf'TTER Market lower; creamery
KOGS Market steady; receipts, 12 712
cases: at mark, cases Included, 14gn74;
ordinary firsts, 16'4igl4c; firsts, '174
POTATOES Market steady; receipts,
36 rare; barreled, ll.3fy'1.40.
POULTRY Alive, market hlghep,
WKW YORK GEBtKKAL MARKET
Idaolalloas of the Day oa Varloaa
NEW YORK, July . FLOlTRnteadv;
spring patents, 6.6ui(i'i.00: winter patents,
V6o("6.76; winter straights. 6.26'36.4o.
WHLAT Spot, weak; No. 2 red. new,
11.19, and No. t hard, new, 11.21, c. I. f.
New York; No. 1 northern, Duluth, new.
11.13. c. I. f. Buffalo. Futures, weak;
CORN Spot, easy; No. 2 yellow, 904c.
OATS Spot, steady; standard. 4VI4c;
No. 3 white, 64c; fancy clipped white,
747 6X0. .
HAY Firmer; prims. 11.40; No. 1, 11.36
if 1.374; No. 2, 11.3(1; No. 3, 11.26; shipping.
HOPS tjulet ; state, common to choice,
1914 crop, 6IV. Pacific coast, 1914 crop,
I2h1fic, I9'3 cron. Jsaile.
HIDES Steady Bogota, KfjSle; Cen
tral America. 28c.
LEATHER -Firm; hemlock firsts, 32c;
PROVISIONS Pork, unsettled; mess.
t18.00irTl8.50: family, IM.0OH22 M); short
clear, 19.0Oig2i.o0. Beef, steady; mess.
llAFIAVAY TIME CARI
WK8ITKH sTHuitSr TAT!OM n..
teeatk aad Webster.
ChleasjOi Paul, sflaaeaavslts a
IVIa fly Pawnor... k 4 14 aa k I a. pa
Sloul CUy Eipraao k 9 44 pm kll:Uaa
Btoux City Pajeaogar a I a sa
Kinaraoa Local k 4 IM) pa k 4 14 am
a dally, k dally si east litaaay.
1sX.;14 So; family. 19 5'. lard.
mvimK; nihldl- weal, .'.M'ri,tK Tallow,
idiill, cii), f. c: counli, 6'i'iH ;
l" ml. : . .
I HI'TI KU-Steadv; receipt, k.. lulis.
ci i'auu r . extras. 2'tnrJ7 c ; firsts, Ji"lVJ'
!ic: sci.iiid. I'Ar'ti.
I KOtiS IrreauiMr; receipt, l.PV cases;
fresli gatheicd, exliaa, 24ihs extra
firsts, J1Si.'2ic; first a, lVi-lc; seconds,
CIlKlK-Weak: receipts, l.Wa bxcs;
state, whole milk, fresh, flats and twins,
white snd colored. specials, mdl':".';
same, average lam v. KiliMc.
IHlfl.TltV Live prices not- settled.
Dressed, steady; western frosen roastmit
chickens. 1wc; fresh fowls, bed, Wtftt1
17c; turkeys. Iced, lfwiUV.
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA, July A-I'llA I HI K HAV
Cpland. choice, IS.f""" 14 (; No. 1, I11W
11 13. en; No. 2. in.ifii l.'.W. No. X. Is Wr
flO.00; midland, choice, ll:i.Vri'l3.Sn; No. 1,
liafconnm; No. 2, $ll)l)'(Jl2.i. No. 3.
IS WoUVfln; low land, choice, Ill.Ki l.'.K); No.
1. IHHu 11.00; No. 2, I7.0oji!.ii0: No.
9A 0iti .0o.
AlFAIKA Three cars on the market:
practically no demand. No. i t" vholce.
new. U .fttii 12.00; No. 2. l9.(4iU.0A: No. 3.
OMAHA UR-KRII. MIRKKT,
PVTTER No. 1. l ib. cartons, 2c; No.
2. 0 ll. tubs. 24c.
CM EE8K Imported Swiss. J.',e; Amer
ican ilsa. 2i;c; Mock Swiss. 22c: twins.
KV: daisies. I'!1'"; triplets. IR'c; Young-
America. IS'ie: blue label brick. 17c ; Mm-jju
burger. 3 lh 20c; New York white. 19c;
lniKrted French Rouupfort. 40c.
FISH Trout, lie; whlteflsh. 13c: hali
but. i:tc; channel catfish. V". herring, 7o;
codfish. I0il2c; mackarel, bc; salmon,
13 u He.
SWEET POTATOES Kanana. 12.75 bbl.
BEEF Cl'W- Ribs: No. 1, Hit; No. t,
18c; No. 8, 17'c. l.olns: No. 1. 2,e;
No. 2, IKSic; No. 3. 18Vc. Chucks: No. 1,
Htc; No. 2, lie; No. 3. 10c. Rounds:
No. 1. lMc; No. 2, ir,V: No. 3. 14c.
Plates: No. 1, tVc; No. 2, 8e; No. 3.
f ruit and vegetali. prtces furnished by
rjll'lnnkl Fnilt ComCS"V
FRCITS Oranges, tVlifornla Valenclas,
100s 12;s, 'a. S:4s. i:ns. I4.no per box;
California alenclas, !fos, 14.25 per box;
California Valencia, 17ta, 2"0s. 2Hls, 250a,
I4.i0 per Ikix. Iemun, extra fancy ( lol
den Bowl. :m0s, 9ii0s, fi ",0 per box;' extra
fancy Sunklst, 300s. SKOs, "oo per box; Ic
extra fancy Red Hall, B, 3os, IN) er It
box. Peaches. California Crawfords. 76ol('
per box; Elhertn. four basket cratea, niki l,
j'Pr crate: Ellierta, four basket crates. ,-
els. 11.26 per bii. ; Klbertas. 2,i-bushel lots.
1120 per hu.. Plums. Hurhanka jam ner
crate. Pears, California Rartletts, 12.25
per crate. Blackberries, 24 pr. cases
12.00 per crste. Bananaa, medium fruit
2.0i) to 12.2 per bunch; Jumbo fruit,
I hangulnola and Port Llmon, 4c per lb.
Cantaloupes, IVnlea, Ms, 12.25 ier crate;
Maopa Nevadas Standards, 13.00 per crate
V BOUT A HUl'JS Cabbage . homegrown
and southern, ltc per Hi ; hd. lettuce.
II. 0i per doa.; poppcia-, no. er basket;
If. lettuce. 20c dox.; tomatoes, 11.75 per
box; onions, Wssh., 2te per lb.; celery,
8ic per dot.; cucumbers, 11.76 per basket;
parsley, 95c per doa. ; wax and" green
beans, 60c per basket; green peas, R0o
per basket; new beets, carrots and tur
nips, 411c per uasKet; raniaues, 20c per
dox. New potatoea, VV per hu. Sweet
potatoes, 91.16 per hamper. Nuts, No. 1
walnuts, IHo per lb.; filberts, 16c per lb.:
Brazils, 12Hc per lb,; pecans. 12Vxc per
lb.; almonds, If"' per lb. Miscellaneous,
Crackerjack. 13.50 per case. Cornpops,
13.26 per case. Crackerjack, 11.75 er half
case. Cornpops, II. 96 per half case.
Peanuts. No. 1 raw, tic lb,; Jumho raw,
7a! Der lb.: No. 1 roasted. 8c per lb .:
Jumbo roasted. 9c per lb. Watermelons '
1'V P" !
N I i'S .o. 1 walnuts, ISc lb.; filberts.
15c lb.: Brazils. l?Vc lb.; pecans, 12V lb.;
almonds. Sue lb.
MISCELI.AN EOlTB Crackerjack, 13.50
case; M cuse, 11.76; cornpops, 19.26 case;
H case, 11.65. Peanuts: No. 1 raw, 6c lb.;
No. 1 roaeted, 8c lb.; Jumbo, raw, 80 lb.;
Jumbo, roasted, 10c lb.; salted, 11.26 can.
Honey, 14.90 case. Limes, 12.00 basket.
Watermelons, lHe. lb.
Kansas City (.rain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., July 26. WHEAT
No. 2 hard. Il.334rf.47: No. red. 11.20;
July. 11.20; Septemlier. l.O3ff'1.034; f1
CORN No. t mixed, 78V; No. I white,
78c; No. 2 yellow, 74c; No. 3. 7c:
July, 784c; September, 724c; December,
OATS No. 2 white, 61JTJMVso; No. t
BUTTElt-Cieamrry, 27c; firsts,
second?, 23c; packing, 18c.
EGGS First. 1'74e; seconds, 124c
POl LTRY Hens, 12c; roosters,
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits
NEW YORK, July tW. Evaporated
apples quiet and steady; fancy, 8V"jtl;
crolce, 8fa'84; prime, 74fiTV
DRIED FRIUTS. Prunes, firm; Cal
ifornia. 1V44(114; Oregon, 74,fil0.. .Apri
cots, quiet; choice, tly84; extra choloe,
84; fancy, fAjifjilOVi. Peaches, steady;
choice, 4ii5; extra choice, fvtrMi; fancy,
64fu'. Halslns, firm; loose muscatels,
(i'4f"74; choice to fancy seeded, 7MU';
seedless, 64Cf74; London layers, tl.SOfii
Minneapolis Itrain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 26. WHEAT
July, 11.464: September, 11.064; No. 2
hard, 11.60; No. 1 northern, tl.atrV.ffl.d.SV;
No. 2 northern, I1..V.45'1-164-
KLOl R Advam-cd; tancy patents,
17.25; first clears. 16.90; second clears, 11 ('.
RYE 95(91. 0(.
' CORN- No. 3 yell.iw. 77'-i7Rc.
OATS No. b white. tili4i5l'-.
FLA X l.ri (a 1.5S4.
Liverpool tiraln Market.
LIVERPOOL. July 26. WHEAT Spot
market, quiet: No. 2 Manitoba, lis 104d;
No. 8, lis 9d; No. 1 northern Duluth,
Us 64d; No. 2 hard winter, lis 64d.
.CORN Spot market quiet; American
mixed new, 8s 6d.
FIXJI'R Winter patents, 43.
HOPS In London (Pacific coast), H
St. I.oala Grain Market.
ST. 1iClS. July 'Hi. WH EAT No. 2
red, IllO'vfil.ll; No. 2 hard, 11.1801.19;
July, 11. lo1. : Septemtier, 1.04.
CORN No. 2, nominal; No. 2 white,
93483c; July, 804c; September. 734c
OATS-No. 2. new, 60c; No. S white, old,
NEW YORIv. July 26. -Tlie market for
coffee futures opened at a decline of 1
to 4 points under selling by trade Inter
ests prompted by large receipts from
Brazil and a decline of l-32d In Rio ex
change on Loudon? but rallied on sup
port by leading operators here. Subse
quently the market again eased off under
renewed selling n the circulation of July
notlrea. The riose was four to aevon
points net lower. Sales? 16,000 hag: July,
9: Sept., 678,- Dec... 692; April, 497.
Spot? quiet. Rio 7. 74; santoa No. I,
9. Coat and frelgnt offers were report
ed as unchanged frm those of Saturday.
Mllrels prkue were unchanged at Rio
and lis) reis lower at Santos.
NEW YORK. July .-XyTTO,N-pot.
quiet; middling uplands, 9.05c. Bales. 600
Cotton future opened steady; October.
9 10e; December. 8.4e; January, 48c:
March, 9.7Sc; May, 8.9tc.
Cotton futures closed very steady; Oc
tober. 9.06c; December, 9.82c; January,
9.41c: March, 9.66c:. May, 9.99c.
Cotton closed very steady at a net de
cline of only 10 to 13 points. '
LIVKRPOOU July 2.-CfrTTON Spot
market easier; good middling, S.45d;
middling. 5.16d; low middling. 4 5ttd.
Sales, 10,000 bales.
Oil and Hosiu.
MAVANNAH. Oa., July 'M. Tl'H PEN
TINE Firm, 8t4e; sales, 632 barrels; re
ceipts, 848 barrels; shipments, M barrels;
stocks, 26 2o barrels.
ROSIN Firm; sales. 1,720 barrels; re
ceipts, 1,110 barrels; shipments, 1.673 bsr
rel; stocks, 69,145 barrels. Quotations:
A and B. 12 86; C and D, IJOo; K. I't.iKKu
3 K: F. 13 108.16; O, tl. 124411. 15; 11 and I,
13 15; K, 13.60:. M, 14.201(4.25; N. 6O0: WG,
I6.00; WW, I6.116. '
NEW YORK. July 26 METAf-lea 1,
offered x5.fi0. Speller, not quoted. Cop
per, easy, electrolytic. 119 00. Iron,
steady: No. I northern, 1 1 4. 01 15 no- No. 2,
H4.2bi'f'U.7(; No. 1 southern. tl4.iV(f 14 SO;
No. 2, 913.7.'& I4.a. Tin. dull. 15. wijy 50.
A( London: Spot copper. 71, 16s, 6d;
electrolytic, S8, lis. Spot tin. tlM, 16s;
futures, (159. Antimony, 125. Iead,
(24. 10a. Spelter. fi. H's.
Rent rooms quick with a es Want Ad.
OMAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Large and Prices
Sharply Lower Sheep and
Lambs Quarter Lower.
H00S STEADY TO TEN LOWER
Sol TH OMAHA, July:.
Receipts were: :.lt1e. fee.
Estimate Monday .... 4.100 R.0
Sump dnv last awk.. &.10S 7.177
Same day 2 weeks ago 4.272 .'2
Same day 3 weeks ago 4. if 9.1,d
S.-imp day 4 weeks ago 3.779 9.t
Same day last year... 4i 4.275
K I I
10.9 f I
Ihe following tan.o miowt tn k' erage
price for hogs at the ro ih tmia:,!!t lle
stock market for the last f -w Jys, with
Date I 1915 19U 'V1.uu? "ill , 1 1910. ;19o0.
July 10: 4 a 47 x Till
7 241 :."!! I
T 10! t: 9 441
lJuly IT; I 4 fit 71
July U l 9 S'i ; 9 74
7 i 9 .131 7 fil
7 lrt 9 80 9 21! 7 97
I ?4: 3 291 7 Tii
7 IM N 9 Sf.l 7 "2
T 15, II 291 7 99
7 i;. 9 so; 1 7 74
7 171 b' 34, 9 SVil
Jtity 13. 1 atUI 9 95
Ju v H.l K tai 9 M 3 9x1
jniy is. 9f. i K M I
Jlilv 19. T 02 9 95 9 781
;"uly 17.) J 0M 9 7i'' 9 2
1"' V 1 ,s ,T s 91:
Juiv ii.i 7 on,' R rs:
7 20 9 16 9 31,1 7 79
JUIV SI or.n. :: a
I 7 29" Si S JS, 7 75 1
!Jnlv i'1.1 1; 9Tt 9 71! 9 v
I g 'JT! 9 Ml T 711
22. i 77',! 9 6 9 KS
iX :; H ;;, K kS
24.1 11 i 9 f." 9 r;i
7 IV I S3! 8 43; 7 59
7 241 18 38 . 7 li
7 28 (i XV ' 7 51
! 9 54! I 77 7 47 3 S S 281
I 9 K9' 7 671 9 4,'.' 8 27 7 til
The following tahie ai,,,ws tha receipts!
or came, nogs and sheep at ::ie ioutn
Omnha live stock 'narket for the year to
dale, as compared with lal year;
1915, 1914. Inc.
Cattle 9,-,.1,9f,3 4Sl,M'r l'.1.4
Hogs 1.797.!1( VM9.CH 2i7.K
Nheep 1,232.740 1.231.9A1 l.OtW
Rei-elpts and disposition or live stock
St the I'nlon Stock yards. South Omaha,
, .... mt-ui.T-iiMir nuurp enaing at u cioca
1. m yestenlNV:
Cattle. Hogs. Knee p. Il'r'a.
,C. M. SI. P.
N w east...
A N. V., west..
, SI. P., M. O..
, H. g , east ...
. H. y . west ..
It. I. .v P.. eaat.
!.'.' '.""'" ' ' ;
lc WfRgo l.t. Meat
, . , ,
j Total receipts ..17ii
Mirrls , Co
Swift a Co
Cudahy Parking Jo...
Armour Ai Co
Sch warts eV 0
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Pat-king Co...
Kelloirg Packing Co...
W. M. Vansant Co
Benton, VansHiit L,
K. H. Ivewls
i Huston A Co.
J. H. Root Co
J. H. Bulla
I. F. 11 usx
V . P. Kellogg
II. F. Hamilton
Mo. Kan. Calr Co..
1 AlTLEv-Hecclpts this morning
""'"f cur, oi ing smaller than a t
ago by l.ouo head and larger than a
ago by around 700 head. Other market
points were heavily loaded and early sd
Mce from eastern and southern points
were especially discouraging. As a result
local buyers started out with the evident
determination of taking off 10&.L5O, or
more, and their blda were even woree
than that. Sellers were very slow about
making the coticession demanded, so that
It was wall along toward midday before
enough cattle had changed hands to
really make a market.
In the end tho packers succeeded In
buying their cattle around 10g15c lower
and that would apply to practically
everything In the beef line. Stockers and
feedern were very slow and showed
about the same decline as killers.
(4'iotatlons on cattle: Good to choice
yearllnga, 19 .fKkMO.00; fair to food year
lings. 8.0fK.0o; good to choice heavy
beeves. I9.i6fuw.90; fair to good comfed
beeves, l9.5iKfiH.a6; common to fair corn
led beeves, 7,W"fi8.60; good to choice fed
heifer 7.0(9.7u: good to choice fed
cows, ttl.5iW.60; good to choloe grass helf-
rs, 6.6K'if7.26, good to choloe grans rows,
t6.0oti6.76; fair to good cows, 6.&Orij.0O;
common to fstr row t3504(i5.26; good to
choice feeders. I7.7srtt8.46: fair to good
feeders, S6.7btj1.50; .onirrum to fair stock
ers, t5.60tMi.60; stock . heifers, 15.756 75;
stock cows, o. 50414. IT ; stock Calves, 16.00
;f7..V); veal calves, 18 009.75; fat bulls,
stags, etc., I.50tjj7.60.
A. Pr. No.
4 ',1 14..
; it .
7 to II. .
I in 14..
4 HI 7 . .
4 li 1..
. . wi
COW 8 AND HEIFERS
411 4 it
4 25 1
4 W 1
I On I
.1417 1 If
STOCK EKH AND FEBD&'HS
IM 4 25 1 2 424 4 74
M0 IH 10 711 4 14
4 Ul I Ii u
lil 4 s, n.. 10k 1 40
740 4 44 to 1210 1 4a
HO 14 A moderate Monday run showed
up, about eighty-five cars, or 6.4UO head,
being reported In. This Is l.Tofl smaller
thun last week, but is 7o0 larger than
two weeks ago, and a gain of more than
1,000 over laet year.
Shipping hogs sold freely at above
steady prices this morning. Hangs of
shipper prices landod at W.MKjl.&O. the
latter price being thu day s top and as
high as anything has sold for several
days. Considering the else of rl supply
shipper purchases could tie onnsidured as
Packer trims oiienl put slow snd lower
prices were practically a certainty frjni
the outset. Sellers hung on for a whlls
In an effort lo bolster values up a little,
but when tha bulk of the offerings finally
started to move, It was at figures that
were all of 641 10o lowor, and sane sollors
thought fully a dims iff. Trade was very
dull throughout and the clone was. If
anything, a little easier, most of the lata
sales lookll g a flat dim lower. Trier
were still a few loads left in first hinds
at a late hour.
Most of tho packer hogs moved at 16.50
ictMiii, with a few of the mot desirable
bunches over this figure, an! a scattering
of packing sows down to 16.40. Shippers
were badly scattered, a bunch or two
selling as high ss 17.60, the day's top.
Prices paid for f it'll load a showed a spread
of 11.10 today, ranglnt from 15.40 to 17. 50.
. . 2W)
44 . .
SHEEP Hheep ana Ismb receipts wer
the lightest for a Monday since Juns 14,
only about sixteen loads, or 4.9UO head
showing up, as agalnat 16,0ul last week,
10H6 two weeks ago and 12 918 last year.
Receipts for the year to date are prac
tically what they wer for the sains
period of 1914, showing an Increase of only
a little over l.ouo head
At last week's close It wss sntlclpated
that unless supplies wer overly heavy
todsy prices would continue to show a
strong trend, and as only a very mod
erate run put in an appearance, lambs
were held at shnrply higher prices.
Peckers made a fight against isylng th
money saked, and It was late before
much wss done, but last week ons ll'tle
string reaching VI'. with another hunch
none too ri -suable from a packer's stand
point st IS
The ma 1 k f t close I erv alow and weak,
the atfenutl and nctl'llv of the early
nw'i'iiintr I elng pretty well wiped out to
wsrd the last
Ki'Mifscntat 1 e sales;
74 Iowa lain! 79 8
I4i Idaho feeder ewe t IW
M' Idaho ewes I.'s 09
i7 idsho ew. s 92
190 Idaho es 92 "0
t II It A t.O l.ltE STOCK Mlllh ET
4 sllle Kasy Unas W eak 9heei
CII1C.V041, July ;M.C.TTLlv-Receipts.
1."." head; market easv, native liccl
eal'le. a.2iVbUi.2."v western steers, SviMP
8 u; cows and heifers, l.2rKU9."; calves,
I7.(ff lo 2.V
MUCH- Receipt s, 4. (KM head; market
weak. 10c to IV under Saturday average;
bulk of sales, !, .Hn,ir7.i'.; light. 7.li7.7:,;
mlx1, flMiflTi; heavy, (i.:iuni'r.20; rough,
JK . !. .Mi; pigs. KTtu 1.75.
SHBiCP AMI LAM liH-Receipts, 1.',ii
head; market strong; sheep, i.s5H(t..N0',
Kauaaa 1 1 r Live gtook Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. July SH. Cattle,
Ilecelpta, ln.700: lower. Stmkers and
feeders, steady; prime fed steers, IS.flKSi'
0.00; dressed beef steers. 82Mi9'0; west
ern steers. 17 lOHiS 2T.; cows, 4.,sl7 .50;
heifers. ;.(IIM9.MI; smokers arid leeders.
vSotViiA.M; bulls, !6.6cb700; ral-ves, ItiOurr
Hi MIS. Receipts, Kd0: steady. Hulk,
IT.35iif7.S5: heav, 7.ixc7.3R; packers snd
"butchers, 7.2.Vu7.,V; light, I7..W7.HO; pigs,
.7,Vii 7 95.
BHKKI1,-Receipts, 2.0V: higher Iambe,
I7.niik.ai; yearilnKa, 6o47.; wetheis,
ii.0iV(i.7&; ewes, 5.50fl50.
along l Lire Stock Market.
SIOI X CITY, la., July art.-CATTLY:-Rei-elpts.
3,5iiO head: market, 1(til5o lower;
native aleera, t;.fi.5o: mwn and heifers.
t5.0nrfg.nt); canners, I4.tWrt.76; stockers
and feeders, 5. 251-7.99; cslves, ti.(i((iV.0o;
bulls, ntags, etc , tfva'iriT.oO
HklSKe dpls, 4.taa heaii.v market.
.incnitv lower: heavv. M.Toli'i.tf; mixed.
I.4or8.70; light, tii.rf4l.40: bulk of sales,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. UK1
St. I.onls Live Stork Market.
ST. L01HS, Mo.) Julv 99 Cattle. Re
ceipts. 7,2); lower. Nstlv beef steera
t7.5omin.16. Cows and heifer. M.ttff4 X0:
stockers and heifers, H.O!;i.25; southern
steers, 95.25m.'.1i; native calves, KOiW
HtKIS Rerelr-ls. S.200; higher. Piss
and lights, 7.3fb7.86; mixed and butchers,
7.aof7.9b; good heavy. I7.50tfl7.'i.
SHEEP. Receipt. 2.700; steady. No
Reoeipt. 6.800; steady. Bulk, t7.J6itfT.65;
ehavy, I7.00ti7.96. packers and butchers,
nr.ri4 a . ..t ad m
ai.MHii i.w, i'is, e. OHO I. OP.
Live Mloek in Sight. '
Receipts of live stork from the
principal western markets:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 4.100 5.400 4.. UK)
Chicago 15,000 4.4wi l(,,ft)0
Sioux City 3,5110 4 000 irl
St. Irfiuis ?.2ii0 6,200 2,700
Kansas City 10,700 5,8n0 1,000
' Tnlnls 40,500 34.400 24,100
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. July SK.-OATTLW-Re-
ceipts 2.900 head. Market lower: steers,
t7.00fi1(U); cows and heifers, I4.6O&9.50;
HOGS Receipts, 5,200 head. Market
steadv to a shade lower; top, 17 60; bulk
of sales. S7.2fiii1.46.'
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2.003
head. Market strong: lambs, 7.0uig.li0.
Mayor of Tokio
(Correspondence of the A ssoclated Press.)
TOKIO July 15,-CUln Okude, former
minister of education, has been elected
mayor of Toklo, to succeed Baron Baka
tanl, resigned. The new mayor, upon
being elected by the municipal assembly,
as Is customary In Toklo, promptly with
drew his affiliation with the Relyuksl or
Opposition party, of which he was a
prominent member,' with the professed
desire to conduct thi municipal adminis
tration on broad, nun-partlaati basis,
lie did not think that allegiance to a
political party would he helpful to that
Mr. Okuda began life as a newapaper
man and exemplifies the growing tend
ency among Japanese Journalists of find
ing their way to public life. He did his
first writing for the Japan Gazette, the
organ of the British community nt Yoko
hama, and he has had a long and honor
able career In the Dirt.
DOG SLEUTHS WORTH $1,000
Canine Detectives Make Ho Mis
takes and Pear Neither, Maa
Out In Montclalr, N. J.. Ixuis .1 Win
ter trains German shepherd dogs for ths
police. He imports tha animals from
Germany when they are puppies, and
carefully accustoms them to their work.
When h Is through with them he has
made a sleuth more unerring than Wier
loek Holmes or Dupln, and afraid of
neither men nor devil.
The scent of thee dogs la marvelous.
A bloodhound Is a clumsy amateur com
pared to them. Ths writer, wishing to
test on of D Winter's dogs, took a
handkerchief from his pocket, walked a
distance of about four blocks across the
fields, and hid tha handkerchief under a
tuft of grass, where It was absolutely
out of sight. Meanwhile, De Wnttsr held
one of the dogs, a uleek, black fellow,
Kens von Boron by name, behind a
hurdle where h could not ses what di
rection had been traversed. Then, at a
nod from De Winter th dog was off
Ilk a shot, followed ths trail to ths
handkerchief and brought It hack In less
than a minute.
But this was only a simpls test. Here
is one which really proves what these
dogs ran do.
A girl, wss murdered In Ridgewood, N.
J., about two years ago. fin had been
struck on the head with a piece of Iron
pipe and dragged aoross tha mad about
200 fart Into a wood. Bloodhounds war
put on tha track of ner assailants, but
without avail. Finally Do Winter vol
unteered to put one t his dogs, Herta
von Ehren grund, on the case Tha dog
was given the plec of pipe, to smell,
and Immediately took up ths trail. A
mil and a half away the pursuers cams
to a farmhouse. Tho farmer told them
there had been a stranger about thsre
a night or so before, but h could give
no dsrintee description of him.
From ths farmhouse the trail lea to a
building In the courss of construction.
Thers ths dog rushed to a pile of pipe,
and from on piece they found a length
had been cut. That was where ths
murderer had got his bludgeon. Again
the dog took up the trail, and finally
cam upon a deserted shark. Her he
led ths searchers upstair, wher they
found an old mattress with bloodstains
'upon it. Evidently they wer on tha
Ths dog again struck out across coun
try, and toward evening th party rams
i upon a group of men talking by th road
side. The dog suddenly leaped upon on
of them and pinned him to ths aarth.
This fellow was arrested, put In Jail,
and ultimately confessed that he and a
colored man had cownlttsd tha murder.
New York World.
Apartments, flats, houses snd cottages
ran he rented , quickly and cheaply by a
Bee "For Rent."
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Movements of Shares Are Unusually
Large on the Exchange.
SINKING SHIP CAUSES BREAK
NEW YORK. July 26.-Movements of
stocks were unusually large today snd
speculation, particularly In the war Issues,
found wide play. The tendency wss de
cidedly upward, hut news of the torpe
doing of the American steamer lelanaw
gave the market a bad turn In the middle
of the session. There were severe breaks
In a number of Instances and the whole
market sold off. but tlie persistency of
the buying movement was shown In the
prompt recovery whlrh was effected.
Total sales were 9-6,(in shares.
The sensitiveness of the market to In
fluences growing out of the International
political situation wss Indicated strtklimly
bv the quickness of the break following
receipt of the first news of the Leelanaw
In some instances prices broke a point
or more between sales. The low prices
lor Bethlehem Stevl was 15 points under
Its top figure for "lie day. The extreme
movements In "llaldwln lore,motlvr. Can.
Westlnghouse Electric. Heel Sugar, Amer
ican looomotlvp. General Electric, Cruci
ble Stopl American Coal Products and
AUIa-Chalmer tan from 4 to 9 points. As
details were received concerning the cir
cumstances attending thp sinking nf tlie
Lcolanaw. the market recovered from Its
alarm and buying was resumed with con
fluence, many shares rising above their
earlier high levels.
( n the conatt uctlvr side a number of
Influences were brought to bear. Receipt
of further large rnders helped the war
stocks. Reports of a propyosed new com
bination of steel companies stimulated
tln slocks of the corporations concerned.
There were signs of heaviness, however.
In some quarters. Coppers dragged on
unsatisfactory trade conditions and con
sumers were said to h holding off for
further price concessions. Railroad shares
continued their recent reactionary trend
with particular weakness In St. Paul,
I'nlon 1'arlftc and the eastern trunk Una
Several new high records were estab
lished, among them Bethlehem Steel, at
22?4; Bethlehem Steel 1 preferred. 139;
Baldwin Ixiconiotlve, 93'. and American
Can. 91S- Dn th curb Electric Boat
made an earlv rise of 98 point to a new
high mark at 490. It broke to 290 snd '
closed st 370.
Bonds were irregular. Total sales, par
Numhar of aslaa and lesltng quttlsnt en
storks wera a fellows;
Alaika (lold.. 1.4m 11H 81V4 7
Amairamatrfl t'nppar ,., Km wiH 7s ' 70 i
Amsrlraa Best Sugar. ... lS.fo & 4"i M
Amsrlian Can 104 M 41S
Amerloan 8. R 4.400 71 74 77
American 8. H., pfd 1094
American Sutar Kf..., M 14'4 147S 174
American Tl T.I ... w 12IH 1214 l14
Amsrlcan Tobacco 400 ltd J3 1W
Anaconda Mlnlni 4 UK) 014 m4 M
Atchison I.imi IM 111 inns
,Baltlmra 4 Ohio l.on 7S 74 7H
Brooklyn Rapid Transit. TOO RM at M
California l-atrelantn ... ?,nn ai 14
Oinalan Pacific I.mn IM14, Ullt
Cantral Lsatnsr I WW 4tH 41 414,,
iWml. Ohio Ml II " W t '
(lllcaar. Ot. Wnat 10
rhi , Mil. st. p.... i.ino 7i4 nit
4-hlcaat) s Northwaalarn. fen 121 121 1l
rhino cVippar l.A0 444 4414 4414
Coin. Fual 4 Iron II.M10 lt I114 US
Colorado Bouthsrn 144
Penvar a Rte Oronda 4
Denver R- O. pfl ' t
Mstlllara' gacurltlaa .... ll..s 2T' 94 M'4
grle 4. Jo 15S 24 24
(lanaral Rlectrlc U.KKI 17S 1 17K4
I treat Northarn pid M10 ll4 111 111
Ul. North, tlra rtft l.ouo (, 14 I44
lucnh.lm Kiploratlon. 404 414 Sf"H
lllnol Cantral Wl
Intarbnrouth Mat. pfd... .4000 71 II 714
Inspiration Cwpnar 244 2S
Kaniaa Cltr. doutliarn V
Lahtsh aVllay 1.400 IMS 124S 1V
loulavllla Nanhvlll 104
Msnlrnn Pairnlaiim 9,700 71 60S 71
Miami Copper WH
Ml., Kan. Taiaa 1.IW0 lit, 1
MlMonrl Pacific 4.100 24 I
National Biscuit 1'
National Iad "0 2X 41 42
Nsada Copper 7(8) 14 14 14
Now York (Sntrsl l.M 4 4'4 "
N. Y.. N. H It 9" 7'4 4
Norfolk Waatarn 9,a 1 , ot 1"
Northarn Pacific ..' i'M H-4S m4 mi
Pacific Mall . W '54 4
Pacific T.I. t- Tal
ISnnaylranl t,!m 104 114S 10S
Pullman Palara Car ...... I
Ray Vn. Coppar I.4H0 5t4 !'4 V24
Haadlns II.K") I4T 14S 14S
tl.puhllc Iron Steal. .. 20.400 S74 94
It,iclt I land Co 4
Rock Island Co., pfd , H
St. L.aS. f , 24 P'd i;. 4
Kouthsrn Tarino I.ino 44 8V J4
Hontliarn lUllway ., J.O 4 J4 1
T.nnaaaaa Ooppar 1.109 144 34
Taxa Company R2.
I nloS Pacific 18.1(19, 127 3244 14
fnltw Pacific pfd Son 1 . ;4 J"U
l nlta.1 Stataa Hteal 1.4.000 41 2S 444
1 nl.id 9it I. pfd. 4.JW 3 "IS 114 1I4S
t tah Conoar KV IxiS 4 44
Wabash, pfd .,
Wast liixhfliis Kkrlrlr
700 S 74
41.400 11I4 1014 1"4
Total tr tha day, 421,000 ahara.
Ncw York Money Market.
NEW YORK. July 26. MERCANTILE
PAPER 31 34 per cent.
oTLiiiiMii KXCHANGR wO-dav bills.
14.7150; demand, 14.7650; cables. 14.7710.
SILVER Bar, 4is.c; aie,xican aouars.
BONDS Government, sieaa) ,y raiiroaa,
'rMONEY Call, steady; high, I per cent;
low 14 Pr cent: ruling rat. 1 per
cent: last loan. 2 per cent: closing bid.
14. per i-ent; offered at S per cent. Tim
loans, firmer; " ly4, 24'2a per cent;
nlnetv days. 24Q13 per cent; sis months,
341(134 per cent.
. ,,..! n,mi.i cm mi bonds todav were :
V. g. rat. la, ri.... 974M-. K T. 1st 4s.. 7S
da coupon ' - fT-
f I k th 100'4N. Y. Own. dab. 4a. Wis
do coupon .n 100SN. Y. C 44 OPMI.int
U H, 4S. tag I N. f. Stat 4H....1044i
4o eonnos ""4N. Y. N. H. a H
Panama la, ceuwon..KS v. 4a ... .i ...... .10t4
Am smalttra 4a. .. .1044 North. Po. 4s S
A T T. ct. 4SS ,1"4 ta 114
Armour Co. 4S-. ' 2' ' V l1, 4" "
Atrhlaon nan. 4s. . . . soj Pao. T. aT. to.... JJ4
n.. nk,. Am Uk ymnl. con. 4Ua. ...10214
.. :., B...i,i. iu uuPsnna. nn. 4a HU
( has O. 44S. ... MSItaadlna n 4i ... 42
C g a Q- saw ' r. aa nsa
C 'm 8 P 44a.. 1'W So. Pac. ev. ! Pis
ft K I. P,. r. 4a. 41 So. Pac. rat. 4a.... U
Colo . a r. 4S-. "1(4"". nanway aw , rs
r A R O. r. 4a.. 44 Pnlon Pac. 4a 4J'
grla son. 4a sfnloo Pan. ct. 4a. MS
O.n. BlaHrlc la. . . .loa(4 V. H. Rubber 4a.. . Wis
nil. North. 1 44 t' " Wl I 1",
Ill On. rat. 4a.. MH Wabash lat 4a. ions
g'. C. B. ral. Da.. 4714 Waat. 1'nle 4Ss ... IIS
LAN. an. 4a.... 91 waat. glee. ct. ta..llS
London Stork Market.
LNDON. July 26. American sectirltlei
on the stock market were not affected
by the not to Germany, owing to tha
absence of speculation. United State
steel was fairly active, but ths other
shsres wer neglected. The closing was
SILVER. Bar. 2241 per ouncs.
MONEY 4ii44 per cnt.
DISCOUNT RATES Fhort bills. 64 per
cent; thre months, 643(14 per rent. (
OMAHA. July 26. Bank clearings for
Omaha today were 2,o8i.i4ti.ii. and for
tne corresponding day last yesr,. 12,511.-
NEW YORK, July 26. SUGAR Fu
tures were aoout I points lower during
th forenoon on renewal of liquidation.
Raw sugar, quiet; rut loaf, 7c: crushed.
6.90c; mould, A, 6.56c; cubes, .S5c- XXXX
powdered. 6.25c; powdered. J0c; tin
granulated, 6.10c:. diamond A, 6.10c; con-fH-tloneia'
A, 6c; No. 1, 6.95c
Dry Good Market.
NBW YORK. July lev DRY OOOl
Th cotton goods situation was unsettled
by the cotton shipments today, 'iouay.
goods wer In better demand. Raw silk
was firm. New lines of men's wear,
worsteds and woolsns were opened.
Oar of Ihe F.arnest Advisers.
"You ought to be sshamed to taks no
Interest In work," ald the woman with
the severe expression. "I want soma
Lady," rsplled PlodClug Psl. "I d,
taks an Interest in work. I'm on of da
(hampeen lcturrs on de economic con
dition an' de failure to bring 1 work
man an' de Job togat'ner."
"What good'll that do m'.'"
"lady, you Jes' wait an' listen to d
lecture I'm goln' to give your husband
lur nut ihoppin' dal wood." Washington
tits I .
T.roa. frank, timaly ceroment en Naw York
Stack Pt,'hant Invi stuiaut opportunluaa. la
THROUP LOT RFViKW. Pub;uhad hy John
Mulr a Co. Hand fur fra aaaiplt r pi 41
Broadway. Na Voik City.
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